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VICTORIA, BRITISH COIA MBIA, SI NDAY, SKnKVlBER II, 19.v.> 


NO. 230 — MNKTY-SKVKNTH YEAR 


Explosions Rock False Creek 


Master Producer Does It Again 


Thousands Jam Brid 
To Witness Snectaeh 


Boxla World Series 
Here Tomorrow 


World M*ries «»f la4-n>sse starts in \'i<‘loria l<>- 
niorrow when the Sharnrmks, fresh (non their Mjwrt 
sielorv n\er Nanaimo, take on defending rhampion 
IVIertHtrough Trailermen for the thini straight >ear. 

Trailermen will to* seeking their fifth C4tn.se«Mi- 
ti\e title when the l>est-of se\en series l»egins v»llh 
the fac'e-off in Memorial Arena at X.Htt p.m. 

See stor> on a^Hirks pages. 


Metals Explode 


MeUmg magiiesjum and Hliim the iv n!-. C.imhie siieet hrnlt:*- 
mom C8Min«s ias.de the ‘'">H-nlled hv 

^ , , and <ivil ilefeiK-e vnlijiiteers 

transfer waiehous.^ blasled o,.vvard ^n.nv Ti.ins 

with the foree of an .n.ea.l..o-> c-oil,-„„ctl ... a h.n;e 

t.n*men * ln.ses mushro«iniinii nthiimi nf smoke aiKl 

Sf.meof the 10.000 [N'tson'^ en.ssd n;,,,,,. ,.^.l^^d aMn d 

ing the area wattered at the hU.-t m,. s;n,| ai»i|t Ml [mmsoik 

One fireman was taken to hns v^ete empln\eit in the buildinc 
pital after being hit l>y a live w.ir ll*'al wa.s so intensi-, witnewes 
Inten.se heat of the bla/e eaii'>ed roijhl sn 
hoses lo smOlder finemi; firemen gnmnd Iinin the bmliiinn 
to damp down their equipment W hile flames enveloped the large the premiei 
freqmmily building Jim Hny.s, a liieman, ndini: 

Some fin-nien wi re sutlering rushed inln Ihi* inferno t<» res< ue 
from painful water blisters an iniured pigtsm 


BV KA^ B.VINKS 
Colonist Staff KejK.rter 

St^l .\MISll I’roniKT W A. (’ Ik'imflt was shouN'd 
down bl on ph'rtion nuM'ting stwi-nti times last night as 
ho doforhUHl his govornmonfs ns-nnl and atlcmptiHl to 
win the '^avor of Lillooi'l oloctors for S<M-ial (’rodit candi- 
dato Donald Flohinson (Soo 
molleii metal dn|.|img to oarlior story on I’ago 1 I ) T*"* premier ...llel ilo> “a 

It was the tngg.'-i nus-urtg nf <tHnal h\ele. tmri ' and added. 

tui.t nf LiIIm.hO ’.III of Canaria is wat.hing It" 
jMsiple attended ' VS e nochi have a verdi. t her* 
and prnb.it*!> the l.ottest loo whl- h will eelrn and reecho 

The hall was soliillv par ked ihroughnul this land." he «ald. 
i.mehow wilh small loggers and ntemifera He called on supporters of 
*of oppoMlion paitie .1 making oth‘-r parties who were '■willing 
g(H)d u»«’ of their last otifn.rtun- •*> ern.ss the floor as I did — that 

1 it\ to snipe at the S(M red.s before la challenge too” 
the by election Monda>. 

During the qiiesUnn period W ■ 

Premier Bennett kn-ited horn* M l4il|-i 

wllh G. R. Ornt former prr.l_ IVlUS, 

dent of the l.illooet *in 1*1 

< redit rnoAtltoeney .^sw4 l*- * w r . 

tii*n n n w ■iipportlng I.Uiernl m ||«r V /kilt g*# 

randitUte (livrdon (Ubs«in. \^ll\ J. l/lllll 

During a healed exihange the ^ 

premier .'ailed Mr f>eii» ^ 

traitor 10 the .'sochI Credo n.n'e I _ i ltlt»lt*l/V 

mem 111 1 /III /If III 


over 


Adenaiiet% Reds 
Meet Head-On 


!?urToundf*d by some of his prize exhibits which won 
him the cup again at the fair yesterday. (See result.s 
on Page 


A four-time winner of The Daily Colonist Challenge 
('up award<*d at the annual Sooke Fall Fair for the 
greatest numl)or of points in the produc'e sf'ction is 
ma.ster gardener Thomas W'eeks of Sooke. He Ls 


AC I>«>nahi .•Sutherland IB- 

t 

\eat ot<l si.n of .Mrs D<»iiaJd 
• nherl.ind il/»i Bonair died 
•■Ufldenh \»‘'lrrda> at Cook*- 
ifiwn, Unt when ilie motorcy. le 
he was ruling was strut k by 


Young City Hit-and-Run Victim 
Found Lying Injured by Brother 

Miss Colorado 
Fairest of All 


Karly this morning the boy 
wa.s In satisfactory contliUon In 
.■st Jiiseph's IIoKpilal whh a 
broken leg and rut.s and brui.ses 
Ills father, .\nrnt.in R'lwe, 
RK 1. William Head, w.is px 
hihiting nine springer sp.inie!s 
Sahirday feet 6 inches tali and weighs 116 In la.st night's dog show at the 
poumis. ('urtlng rink on Quadra 

luiy w-iih The new tillehi)fder was picked He wa.s inside :h‘» building 
America after the field had been narrowed] wlien the accident happened. 

was 


Hospital Workers 
Seek Royal Probe 


IXiNDON triH f*re 
Poli.'jh anti-rommunist g<ivc 
has roltirTUHl tc Poland, 
yesterday. 

The rommunisl broadcast heard 
b»'re quoted Hanke as saving he 
was influerKed in his action by ih- 
repaination ramp«iign initialed a 
few weeks ago hy the authonltes 
in Poland 

Ranke was qu«tted as appealing 
lo all other emigre Poles lo rrliiio 
to their homeland 

A srsfkesman for the e^ilr gov- 
ernmerl in l/>mlon wlK*n told *f 
the Warsaw report said ' W> dut 
no* kw»w *vlierr tan premier was 
The spokeanvan said that In hla 
kiHmindge Hanke was Iasi seen 
at a Rome airport laal Mimdar 
evraiinc when he waa auppoaed 
la take ■ plaae to Paris. 

"We have rvrt beard anything 
from him since.' he adfled. 

The spokeanuin said the exile 
gwemrtw'nl enuld give txi espiaii-i 


lo live. Amortg the five (inaJistsj 
wn» Mim Oregon, Dorothy Mae ; 
Johnwm of Portland. 

Aside frrwn the new Miss Ameri j 
ra, Mu« Oregon wa.s the top mon-i 
ey winner. She will take home a 
S.l.nno arholarship 
Mist Ritchie, who measures !IV 
21-35. says she is interested in a 
was career in dramatics 
of She inhenis the Miss America 
for+ crown from I.ee Ann Meiiwriher 


returning to 
the rink after playing m the 
nearby park. 


Earth Tremor 
Felt Here 


injuries 

Serious 


A ( I.lon« gave iin- 
hralen r^tmonton F.akimn* 
khptr worst arsre this a^a* 
son then UmI IA-1# before a 
record crowd of 2# AOS Va* 
roiiver football fan*. 

t htcago stayed In th« 
American l>ea*i»e race by 
edging New York whlla 
t levelar»d gained by beat- 
ing Boston. 

In tennis Tony Trabert 
trimmed l.ew Hoad to meet 
Ken R»*aew'ell for the I'.M. 
national singles' rmwn tn- 
day 

For full detail* *ee *pr>rta 
page*. 


■ W I I Appoinimeni of siii h a commit 

skin was asked be<aiise of the ^ 
AwVelwlMvE Ly grave misunderstanrlings' he 

1. tween the department of health 
and welfare and hospital boards .. 
fvolrano. first warning of ih- over the aubjeri of budgets the 
new organisation wa.s made when Hospital Employees Ke<leral Union 
it distnbul«‘d leaflet* m Nicosia. ^ <TlX'l said lo«l*y. 
the capital. j The union i» also battling the 

The squabble over the fate of gwenunent's wage free/e orrier. on a 
Cypni* has soured relations almost claiming it will result in employees |„ <;<,rd<in (l.bsnn 
lo the breaking point between hoapilal service. Lilkwn 

Greece and Turkev The Greeka' HEKU demand for a myal com- Dispatches fn>m 
demand immediate aeU-determma- 1 mission will go to th.s month's mintstcr had suffe 
tioo for the island. Ttirkey wanlr meeting of the Trade fnion Con in a fall frrim a 
It To remain under Bntiah control, greaa here tn.pavlosk 


talent, " she said as the annotinre- 
ment of her victory was made. 


Inside Today 


Page 

Animttl Qne«tkMi Box 1 

(’«r CamMir — 92 

Do It Tonnietf 1& 

Rnlertnlnment Panda 7 
Pnotllctila ol Broadway. • 
Harry Ymiitg'a Column 1 1 
King Plaherman ('ante*! 92 

Padre In Print t 

Knolia Pair Raaulla 9 

TV Presdew • 

View Boya^ Pair Reaulta « 
Vote* of fine It 


He Couldn't Get Th 


Comir* ... 
( 'rcMaword 


f'nntrart Bridge 


Pdltortala 4 

f-lnanrlal New* II 

G. R. Mortlmnre'a Column 2 

fiarden Note# — * 

Island Neda SI 

Pattern* - 2t, tl 

Radio Prognm* . 22 

Social IS. IS. M. 21 

Sport 9 . S. IS. It 

Televlaton 24 

Thaatrea S. 7 


A«tro(ng> 

(iBMirtfd 



2 Dnili; (Colaniat Vi«iorU. B.c , Son., s«pf. ii, 195S 


^ For Benefit of Pliolograpl 


I B(. Registralion 
]\ ill Exceed 6,000 


Kesistraiion of an e^linuti'il tlon biuldmc and a hom« man* 

B.L'Mt v»u.l*-ni'. witl beam to- nmi for praciieal wmiK 

, . Ht 'to' I'l'fni' Henait- 

iii"iM»vv and .iirh'in** un’i! • , . . i , 

no‘n« ai*‘ Uji.il rhaii^eji 

unlay at ito- limii--.' of \km* d«*i‘arim«*ni’« ha\r U*m^ 1 
Hnti»h i'olumoiA, \'anrouvfT. ui <.ri up thn fusi inedunai and 
rtJf i*nr..lm»MU i-ompan '• wiUi n-n.tjwintr studirv 
.% fijfure t.f .^dl-l stiulmt'* la-'t 

>ear. but i;» below the lariro ^lu ' I 

dent tutaTs of the yi-ara follow .aP\ V 


Moriimoro 


4 4 dumnlat (t. lu MorUuturii la on holiday a. DurUtK 
iil<« absent'e, riie Daily Colonist ulll |MiblUli some of Ihe 
ouistandinK "All AlHMirds" from iiresloun yeara. 

;ASMIONABLK districts do not live forever. They 
grow, bl'jssom and Kradiinlly wlliier away. In 


I Not n fi'w i)eotile wen* astonished h\ the re<en' 
{ it»velatirm riatU* hv the world's scientists that there coult 
I lx* no inonoiKilistic scerwy 
about the alumic proces.ses. But «h«i iiw world climate 

lh«* srlnitisls of the 


For lime I 


that was once inhabited by those who called them* 
selves the elite. 

A f.'ishionalilc riistricl may sprout from the decay 
of an e'^rlier and Rn*alcr splendor, as \chen the heirs 
t>f a ?arge eslate. pres.sed by taxes and dwindling 
income, carve up their birthright and sell it in piec(*s 
to those who have ihe money. The sum each new 
owner f»a>‘s for a slice of lanti may lx* more than the 
original owner paid for the whole pile. The original 
owner was probably a likeable old niffian who stole 
the land in the first place. 

Shrewd lend companies may attach conditions 
to the sale of handsome Indlding site.s. The terms of 
sale make the buyer erect a house of certain value. 
Then fastidious people may build their mansions 
with the ceiinin knowledge that their neighbors will 
i)c from the lop drawer nnancinlly, and thciWore. 
socially. All parties to the* deal are made happy by 
this arrangement. Householders have neighlK>rs to 
whom thc‘y can talk. The land iximpany has a 
pocketiul of money. So a fashionable district Is bom. 

A prince of local society may create a fashion- 
able dlslri<’t without moaning fjQL*do V). He rhoo.ses 
a nlace because it commands a view of the sea. 
Others choo';e a place nettrby because it commamN 
a view of him. 


aHher In (rlcnilly and upen 
iniD^rrMUnn, llM>y found tliat 
If they had any tkeerrU, they 
fthared (hem, althourb Ihry 
had been arrl«^ at by Imlr- 
{>endrnt mrans of reNearch. 


only ■ few. major rhaiu’e.s. 

The bus ^top catcieru ha.s 
vanishrsl <4n4| & now buildinf* 
Indudlng bus tcivunal. t.'offi'e 
shiip. hook store arul post office 
t.<* bemg <'f«nj'irui.ird 

, A nei* wtni: »*n ilie a»lmmj-vira 

This phenomenon of .simiiltatv ^ 

eou> ill..icovTry Is onr of the 
mcf^l sigmficani and iniriKuinR 
laciors which mark.*! the pro 
grr^a of mankind. 

It Is. of course, too larife a 
.subject to deal with in one short 
paragraph or two. 

But. by way of introducUon. 
let me take the names of two 
scientific Investtparors' Alfred 
Ruwl WalhK-e and Charles 
Darwin. 


lly in “know how.” but thl.s does 
not remain a iwrmanenl accom- 
plishment. 

What upsets the apple-cart? 
Flsplonage'’ Well, it might, but 
the truih of Ihe maiier is that 
di-icoverabie scientifi. khowJ- 
eijge plays no favorites 

tWven a lertaln IcsrI of 
w-lentific Iraliiiiig and skill, 
and It l>ecomes only a mailer 
of lime befurr t'luilk Kber 
talclu's up with Harwell and 
Mnacow with Maahlngton. 

Our neighbors In the Dniled 
State.s. for example, thought 
that they could keep their 
atomic lore to them.seUes and 
thus preserse a sujterionly In 
di.sctjvery. 


i 4 V 

Registering di.sdnin — or something — at the 
phniogrjtphcr. .loan Riley sulmuts to her anti-polio 
vaccinatkn at the U.S. army station In Bad Kix'iu- 
nach. (k*rman\ Results of tlie mass Salk innocula* 
tions have proved the vaccine to \ie as effective as 
expected, according to mt*dical authorities. — tCcntral 
FTcss Canadian.) 


> up ta itWie »ui 

.. ■ Ikitl 

/vniib at IlM 00 «t 
In inr • ilfman 
aongt aur aaiy tuna 


St U(l 7 dUft«uMn( bJamuhat. ■ 
t'aaMa lUblaf Stair Skla. PaariaMa, 
Acaa AUktata a root. Biarkhaada ar Had 
BtoUhaa aabaxraai pwt. U* KIXOOCHM 
laaifbl Wmi« abiia you tWp I Curka 
ttehiof buraiaf anaruti( la 7 Mlauiaa 
S KUU naap icrMa. aiua iba laaJ ta\.n 
ot »kla dtaorOm 1 Haipa haal Uta atla, 
•ntiar. aMaoibar, Uxtkiar Aak jpauf druf- 
gui tor HI X ODEUM t4Mar taUatacUum at 
■ Miar hart M cUaa rour akia anil- 
aapUaailr <iaa NIXUOBHM MadHalad neap. 


la nvv wn>VT bsck 

«.t tHSMKX 

EMES ELECTRIC 

1122 RUnshBrd 2-0421 


1/r. Justice Com 
To Be Sicorn In 


Survival of Fittest 


Special Attraction 
Today 2.30 P.M. 

Victoria 

Symphony 

Orchestra 


[ Membership of Ihe B.C. Court Mr. Justice Co.idy graduated 
lof Ap{M>al will bo incrca.v?d to from St. Kiancis Xavier l?ni- 
j.seven for the first lime when vr-.--;ty in Anflgonlsh^ NS, in 
Mr Ju«'tue J. M I'.iady of the 1910 . and moved tu B.C wneri* 
.Supieme Court takes the oathjhe wu* prlm-tpal of the Vernon 
{of office in a brief ceremony At Puhlir school from 1911 to 1913 
the Victoria CourthouM* toinur tie was cnllcd tu the uar in 
Irow morning A'anrouver. in 191 G, later ci ier- 

I Cewmony will lake place m partnership with J H 

|the judge's chambers Bt ll .30 

am. and Chief Justice Gordon He was nppomleri Kmg'v 
iSloan will (jffiriaie. Other i«i- O'uo'.el in 1940 and was nnnveJ 
lices of ibr^appe.il court will hi- '■> *nc bench .Ian fj 1 ‘MJ. 

present, excepting Mr. Jusii'"** 

it. I. Bird, who is in Eiasteiu ..... ^ 

iCanada 

I Increase in appeal court mem 
beT^hip from five lo seven w- 
Mre« w-a.s arinouni'ed recently 
1 --. enable the court lo ait In ivv 
;divjNion>. at Victoria .vnd V-»n- 
.touver. simuHaneuusly .Mr. 

'jufclice I! W. Davey lo«)k over 
jihe other new posilion a tona 

{time ago. wa.siv 


W'alUtcf. an entnmologial h;id nin. tbea 4 » vrmrs eld. had hre* 
been mirigued by ibc development devrieping the ammr throry (or 
of new organic species, hut he was over at yrart. kpeptoK his find 
ba(ne<t u to bow such chantr^ Ings almoMt rnlirety to bimsril 
might enmr about until hr was ready to publish tl 

In EVbruary. 11138 . whilst lying in under the title “The Origla of 
bed with a fever on an island in (be Spreirs." 

M.itay archipelago he remembered hlmtwlf wrote to Sir 

Milthus K^y on Populatloo' Charles Lyell the British geologic 
and the thesis that war. diseokr ^ Linnean Societv 

and famine act as positive checks WTvrd.s have com. 

on the Ke 4 .melr»cal increase of , vengeance, that 

human populations forestalled . . I nevei 

This t h • • X h ( then flashed coincidence 

through Ms mind • If any spe- ,, ^vallare had mv manusrpe 
.lea abnuld produro a varlrlT ykHch wntteo out in IM? he coiib 
ha>lng Olghtty tacremaed powers „^^e a belter abort aS 

of preaenlng etlsteace. that va b.a t-rm. .i-,« 


No m.nttor how a fashionaMo district Is made — 
by amdent or design, or a romhinntlnn of the two 
-it^ development has a «^nowT>an quality One rich 
house attracts mother. Tiie rumulative process goes 
on until the district gathers a golden aura and the 
mention of its name confers prestige. 

Such a dl<trlrt may nourish for years or for 
generations iteforc change begins to mb the gold 
plate thin Power pa.s.ses Into new hands, the fortunes 
of some families dwindle, the city prr.sses closer with 
Its hot. smoky hrr-alh. Sivne of the big houses show- 
signs of fatigue If is whisr»ered that old Mrs. Zircon- 
Tourmaline ha.s begun to accept paying guests. 

At first the proud people refuse to look at the 
creeping fungu.s. They pretend It does not exist. 
Then they take fright. Like that old prince in Edgar 
Allan Por-‘s tale who .slammed his castle gait's against 
the Red Death. Ihe merchant princes shelter behind 
zoning lavvs which they hastily weld Into place. 


nion 


li.\NS (iKI HKK rondurtiOK 


'Flrcloqs 

HARKNETT 
FUEL LTD. 


At tlif. iamemn >lcnHirlal Band Shell 


BEACON HILL PARK 


TTus ronrrrt Is being sfX)n%nrcil hv Ihe Vic- 
toria Musicians' I'nion through the Music 
Performers' Trust Fund. 


Meanwhile the infection ha.s stolen inside v^hile 
they are at work. The symptom* of the disease begin 
to appear with lerriiile rapidity: long lines of \va.shlng 
in the yard ne.vt door, numbers of smudg.v-faced 
children at play, shrill, cheerful talk of hou.«cwives. 
men coming and going with lunch pails. 

Tlip fashionable disirict falls ill, blighted and 
stnirk dowTi by that di.sea.se called the Common 
People. 

Miiaslons become i>oardlng houses. Rooms that 
once smelled of lilac, cigars and furniture polish are 
now filled with odors of gas and cabbage. In the 
corridors whore servants carried trays of wine 
glasses, people In dressing gowns shuffle along to see 
If the bathroom is occupied. 

And the arlstornits of wealth are faced with 
two choices. Father they stay and lose ca.ste. or 
they move to «•< newly fa.shionahle di-strict, resolving 
to guard the gat**® more carefully In future. 


757 PANDORA AVKNl’E 


ininml (Jiicstion Jiox 


Moke Mine Music 


Firttloqs 


BY R. KOBKKT >IA(»<;S 
I nciTnlly advice was pub- 
llshorl on hanrtilng unfriendly 
[dng.A. a mnsiant hazard to 
pcoi'lc who make houj-e lo 
ihou.«r calls. I 

! Dogs fi*ar and h.-vtc 11 

land It is imporianl to mm the 
dog's h<xsUhiy with confMlencv. 

Kffp your hc.id. do nut run, 
Atand facing ihr dug with hands 
on chest and feet together; 
speak calmly and quietly. As 
the dog quietens, as tt will, ex 
' tend the palm of your hand up: 

I if he growls, keep still and 
I wlthdr.iw the hand, stepping 
I backw-ards slowly, stopping 


lure and I ver>’ seldom jiet 
someone ebie's dug becau.ie a 
dog who is friendly with an> 
one and ever>-nne Is no good jls 
a watchdog. 

J I hiipe you did not leave r.vts 
or kittens at your summer 
camp. You'd be aurpi iseil ai 
the number of heartless p.-op;o 
wM' di'l so. 


NEW CLASSES FORMINt 
SERT. 11 • IS • 21 




Des/gner/ for 

You to Enjoy Because — 


BY M. V, f Ifr.SNVT. FRIfS All c.ines which have borne fnui • 

arc nit nghf dmvn to soil level. THE ADMCE 

>M*lerta pruning tM.uA. |^j, „ f>orx* wjfwi after In »11 my years of handling 
Oak Hay. I The correct pruning fi-ml been gathered animals I have only been bitten 

for a wisierta Is to cut back white you re at it u is a good idrn om'e. and that was. of all 
all the tong, straggling shoots mnes into c«n- things, a chluahua, who nipped 

In August, all exc-ept those re- \rnienl Irngihs for burning, or my thumb, thinking it w-as his 
quin-d for extending toe height j.fjy ihrn, of thorns next meaL I gues.s. 

or length of the vdne. Ttvese |,p({ them as slakes elsewhere It Is true that an animal, es- 
htragglers are cut back halfway ju garden. peclAlly a dng, can sens* fear In 

to their point of origin. This June. aMul six Iwhrs should a p<*rs^m and If you turn and 
Indvice.s the prorltictlon of a rul off the ti|i of rv<ry caor run- you've had It! 
number of short spurs on which to inclucc early branching I can't Imagine myself st.vnd- 

next ye.vr's flower tlusters will prvatag Peach Tree — tM J M . ing with my hands on my rhrst 
be borne. lY’icturiiv If your peach Ls n I.-vn while some of the dogs I have 

During the vkdntrr the exten- shaped. waU-hiuned specimen, the met m.vie up their minds 
aiiin sbonia which were left un- prxining is a hit too mviilvrd to '*x- whether they liked rm* or net, 
touched In August are also cut pUim in a short porngraph. and 1 Any perum who attempts 
hack, leaving only about halt of Kuggest that you get a b«>k from to pick up a strange dog vvlih- 
Ihe current aoason’s growth. Ux- library with sketches showing out re^ftoctlng the itng's ahll 
In order to gel a profusion of how the operation (s performed to Ity t«i decide w'lwther he 
bloom, the area over the roots provide replacement bninrbes The wishes to go with you. Is a 


If vhi think if dull . - V'-u Ulll » thrilling 
surprise: .">.mphon> mu.vic app<'*l» to AIX' 

A< .-ompltshed musinans working together for vears. 
have pertert understanding with their direi-tor 


8 Pairs of 
Concerts 


Fine guest artists aitd vaiiriv' and additional 
enjoyment. 


1st Fair— Oet. 2 sad 3 

MOZAl-T . 8 Hn 


Fdiicational an opj-ortunilv for the f.vmilv i<. tienr 
(he works <if great masters pr<-scnted hv live talent 


To mo.st people the purchase of a diamond ring !• a 
lifetime event. Yoti both will reap m.sny vears of pnde 
and salisfartton from Uie selection of a FINK Ql’AI-irY 
DIAMOND from Little * T.vylor, 


rulUvates ,in .spprei*iatinn for tjje finer things 


3ad Fair— Oct. 23 and 24 

'• *' Ft,*pn. rkaxiut 

< oBAi.l-t T ^^i-aia O 

r-ajsT .nnacrauco vy Ur Maaa 


THF SYMPHONY PRFSFNTATTONS OFFTR 7*01 ^ 
MORF FOR YOHR MONFTY THAN ANY (tTHFR 
TYPK OF FNTFRTAINMFNT OF Tt'tDAY' 


( ONVENIKNT 
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Weather Forecast 


September 11, ldA5 
Cloudy with sunny periods In 
the afternoon. Little change in 
temperature. Winds light, ooca 
stonally southwest 15. Sunshine — S7 

yesterday, nil. Pre<ipltatlon. nil. — 6H 

Monday outlook, cloudy. Winnipeg . .34 

RK. ORI.Icn TF«rE8.ATt KF.S^|;;;j^„ ‘ “ 

High . 61 Low 51 Prince Albert .13 

FORE4 A.ST TEMPEBATl KfcS North Uatlleford 39 
High 63 Low 52 MMlcine Hat — 19 

Sunrise .. 6,43 Sunact 7 37 JfJhbiidge S 

Calgary 10 

7 Vancouver Edmonton ! 26 

Uland — Mostly cloudy, Uttia Kimberley .14 

Creacent VallevT ^6 
light. High at Nanaimo. 68 ' 47 

Momlay outlook, cloudy. Kamloopa . - 59 

West Coast of Vanchuver Penticton 54 

Island —Cloudy with occasional Vancouver ..._ 56 


TK.MPKRATI RES 

Min Max Pre 
t -- -- 44 65 


BOX OFFICE OPENS 
MONDAY, SEPT. 12th 

EATON'S Ml'SIf ( ENTRE 


If a.«i. Ia 6 pjn. fatly. Med. 10 a m. in I p.m. 

Remember, yxiur Season Ticket assures you of 
your chosen seat at ever>* performance -either 
Sunday afternoon or Monday evening. 


The distlneitve beauty of tur- 
roundings, the quiet atmo- 
sphere thst makes for dsUght- 
ful dining, are now available 
for business men and those 
who appreciate good food at 
moderate poa( 


Itb Pair— Fab. 21 aaf IT 

O >aa( AMlat J«M Kalfht. p4a»Srt 
WD/.AAT Oc-atMu HafturM 
RACHUAHtHnee-variAUMa a 
tham* St e*aa«anl f«r staa* ua 

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arm arat- armptMoy Ha •. 

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Btwyqueh and 
jiperrai eltih 
airefmgA caleted to. 


8EAAON “nCKET PRICES: 

910.S0 - 916.20 • 912-80 - 9» 00 

Httideirt IVketa Half Prtoe Ofi Bimdav* Only 


Itb falr^Marah 29 aad 21 

MAvrre* 

eMKIAXA viu>a 
‘P'SHAJi— CArMna Iw Orriwa4r« 
aiwaXY HrMARore-Caprk-ia 
lU(>a«nala 


Strathcona Restaurant 


rUn Now fo Attend Ihe 19.Y.5-.V1 Series h> the 

Victoria Symphony Orchestra 

HANS GBCBCB, MnnlnU II»(rect4V 


The filoct !• meet and enter tom )iour fnend\ 

DOUGLAS AT BROUGHTON 




^^VolXxAohA/ 


■14 


Vandals of Strathcona ' 
-Author Repeats Stand 


Balln Coloniat bc. w. Vpt. ii. is 

Sfnuifion ^l^recarious^ 


on Vanwuver 


said he m not oppo.M*d to He derUred the pr<»uitcml not oppo. 


Power Commiaaion declared people of British Columbia. ^ 

yenterday m a detailed explana- Th^ itAtrmeni cuminue<l I 

nr.n of its pro|w.^l to dam Up- cnmmissinn plan* to utiliw 

per Campbell lake, make one ^ pow/r needs 

vast power re^rvoir Campbell R.ver aystem The ,here 

Campbell and Buitle lakes. ^j| ^ ihrooRh shares of 

To meet the lasl-gmwinfi de- |(,r^ IP'nerattng plant* as d Dows park 
mand for pqwer on the Island tjjg 5^4 - 

th» rnmmlMion Mid 1> pl»nn«l ^ ^ I --=^ 

h"?! .SlraihcM p-rk has S^-d 
in I!« 'hd '‘'rther d^op- J 

nirnl of hr po»r. ro*iurc« of ^ 

Campb<-ll river. neeUred The Si™th.-onn 

"Since J951 extensive delays p^rk Act of 19U wa* amemled bv 
have iiccurred over which the i,.gisinmre In 1927 to permit 
commission hail no control, the storage of wnter In Die park tin ' 

statement explained. Buttle lakel for hydro-electric pur* ' 

"The commission has spent poses 
ihU ye.ir close to S2S0.Q00 for Charman of Victoria, who is < 

auxiliary sources of power 90 ^ mjunclion to halt th- A 

the Island to avert a brown- Hamming, said that Sam Weston. \ . 

former commission chairman, fore- ^ 
■‘More than 75.000 t'lectrlcal lyif.ii-P ]i l(.|>is]ative ctHnmlM'x* ^ 
cuslomeni on the Hland. repr*v ^^.lrrh 19i1 that there would be J 

sentlng at least 200.000 pfwjple. a br«*wn-nut on Vancouver Island by’ 
have every right to hold the Manh. 19fu. ^ 

B C. Power Ctimmission respon* - i, appear " said Mr ^ 

sihle fnr ensuring their power Charman. "thaf In' ^»e of being Z ^ 

will be provided." pn>w’xsed of this knowledge and A 


"Oarldge" 

A heavily-textured Slub Weave . . 
beautiful draping, yet firm and 
hard-weaiine for slip covers. See 
it now in 1-1 gorgeous colors . , . 
all 50 inches wide, SPECIAL. 


requirement 

"The expansion of Industry knowing ai Ihe same tune thal 
rau.sing the hi 
mands means 


k of the de* lake development could tv't 

more employ- produce power al the very earliest 
ment. fuller ullUzation of our b,dore late m 1957, the power com* 
fore.sl resources, greater popu* fplsslon has dehhemlely led the 
lalinn. more commercial aervi- tsi^pd into a shortage of electric 
ces and homes ... In short, an power" 
expanding economy which tl»e 
commission believes to be 

frfvnred hv the majority. ' the Delegates to the two-day fall 
statement declared. , »< <he North Pacific 

The statement said the com-* -S<>^lety of Internal Medicine 
mission f«»ls strongly that It I wound up their parley yester* 
haa an obligation to carry out| d*y with technical session* at 
Its assigned tapk of improving’ the Empress Hotel. 


Ilappv and exiited Sfuest of honor at 
a \M'l(‘om<'-hom« party at li.'HS Shake- 
speare yesterday was '‘SkipTwr.'* who 
almost dirti la.sl wt'ek at the hand.s of 
a doj? jioisoner. Owner Keith KoImtI- 


son. 11. j.-? equally glad his pal is home 
from hospital. Search for the poisoner 
.stepped up yesterday with the death 
of another dog in the Royal JubiU*e 
hospital district. 


"Sorento" 

A beautiful Antique Satin of 
heavy 'quality, for soft falling 
draperies of exquisite charm 
See it in all the wonderful 
color* ... 12 to choo!*e from. 
50 inches wide. 


"Mosaic" 

A clever all-over small Tile Ef- 
fect in three very smart color 
rombinatlon.<*. with gold over* 
lay. Ideal for dra^ierlex or for 
slip eovera, all 4H las. wide. 


Full Results of Annual Sooke Fair 


1 Ur» Pkim". Mttini* 1 Mr*. X M Allan Smi’h •httt #«■» I Sarbara 

Hnopar 2 Ur* Wailarpa I Ur> 2 Mra Allan amiih. bra*a »tl* 

'>A*»rtnt hoiiaa planl. I Mia O Cuok. . 1 Mra Oliia Wadam* J Mr. Allan 

2 Mr*. RM*h. 2 t) Marlin Alriean Bmch t Barbara Clnva* bnnav I M 
tiMau I Mt> John Marlin. * M T aullunn 2 Mra Allan Sriiui nuti#r i 
nnidt* m*a«a I Oli>a H Pnrrrat Mr* Allan emllb 2 Mra. Olltp Wadan<a 
2 Mabal O Cook baat naranniala , 2 Aliari S«iU) rrt««aa wttaaa I Mra 
Jaan RnbtxHi. fDiniatura aardan. Mri Allan Smith <-hraaa t A Ollnlt. 
riovar. miiM fardan llonar* t Maria IIANDK XAITA AV(i HoaatPb 

B*ul>. 2 Mr* OI>*a Wadaaia. J A. Oitou Xnmad ••aaU'. Hri Wadacn*. haa«r 
air< iir*< rnaaT aaaaiar I Mia Smith ] bTra OUna'.aad 

nil! iir:* I nar T Iooibm aaraaiar. I Mr. Strui.t. 2 Mr* cm 

arraa. vhiia I Mr* Jama* law 3 I Mri Hobart' aDiid'a awaatar. 1 Mr* 
Ml* r Jrk*iii<aii I Ml* H l> Kirhard- Wadam*. 2 Hr* 1 Palar*eo. 2 H 
wm kraad brbwn 1 Mr* U U Huh- Mirhaum. man * «Ack« I Mra Wadama 
Bi(1*wi> 2 Mia n ParaaUn 2 Hartvn j Mr* Mr>-haii • Mr* Allan amuh. 

KMran* d.itnrr s::.- I Sor.ka Ha>0«<4t chiln a imM. I Mr* Widam*. 2 Mr* 

Hwu.a 2 Mr* P J**alBian 2 Mr* C t amlth 3 Nti a Banner batir aet I 

Wra*rr laa biacull' I Xinai J Uunai- Mr, f Mii-tiail 2 Mr* WaUam*. 1 

r”*' Mr* Bmiih kni'<aO ilata*. 1 Mr* Wad 

li*’*' 1. J am . 3 Mr* M MunaUaa. 2 Mi< BanUh- 

^ ginv'tea d Ua hi ‘a*" rrorha'ad brucla | Mi> Uraicnle. 2 

Audftv WUmq, rh»r«U(9 rt^t. i Mri « Avt»n* Um fWMefKMak 

n« Duatnn rhirton rata I Mra "‘.t, S'/; j ^Vf, * b.V ? 

Mrriia auituan J Kthel J MlrheUen. A**- J 

aportaa raba I Mrs. OUnalead. aplta rak* n^n^fr woven aaarf i CkHiw Amita! 
I Helen MuheUon. >>«««««; ‘ 2*D.^^n ’l^TrenaV 

J 5!' iV'llii S' rjJa i^/a *«*»»>. 3 Mr* A n Warren 3 

'^l»*aaiM*.i^* Po*u Poreeater embrolderM uarloUt. I 
iMr* Waaan** 3 Mra Banoar. 2 Mr* A. 
H.1en**Muh?l^ Bb**rle* l '""*'*’- ease* fancr. I Mra. 

Otbldnla. J Mr. Wadama 2 Mr* & 


COOKING 

C.ke 1 Wtndv GiXaon 2 Ted Ban- 
ner J Judy Grfildie rnohtc* I Judy 
•>n>i1ie 3 Darla Hanner. 1 fU>*«i»n 
Hnward, rolled rootie* 1 Roaalyn 

Ifnaard. 3 Wrndy Otbaon 
POLLTKY AVn LItlaiiHK 

Barred piynouUt Ro«k. 1 R Nlion. 1 
H J Wadama Kew Hampthire. I Jean 
Dunloo. 1 J. Arreman. H*w Hamnahira 
pulleu I J A' reman 3 Jeanic Ounlon. 
2 H J Wadam* eorkerel J M Niaon, 
i B NUon. bad pen t J Acreman. 3 
a Niaon. beat pair, banlaoit J Acre- 
man * 

BABBITS 

New Zealand, do* I R Wadam* 3 B 
N>* 2 Barbara Cook* h*« T.raland, 

burl I H. Wradama. 2 Barbara Cooka. 
any other doe I 1. Slewart 3 Kiotao 
Nikon, any other, buck. L Bieerari 


Oimplcip reKulid of Stroke 
Kail Fait, held ycaierddy after- 
ntxin. are a< follow; 

rNCIT 

• ii***n*iein apple* 1 B J Pitt* 3 
A tan Smith. 1 U Wadam* apple*. Ora*, 
rr = • 1 . 'rd ! '• -' I'* •lUlt'-* I 

Ml* A A Warren apple*. I B J. Pitre, 
1 Raibara Cloae*. 2 B*ntt Kendi** 
apple* I B 2 pure > H Wadama J 
Alan AmiU) peai*. I Allan Smith. 2 R 
J pure plum* I B J Pure 3 Alan 

Bntth plum* '0> 1 H J P'lre 2 P 

1 U'Uoainr peaihe' I Mr* Weaver, 

2 r 1. Mrlteain# I h‘he| J Mlrhei«e.i. 

>■ I «afirrt ie> I Mr* A A Warren. 

bl*<bbern*', Barbara Clave* 2 M Px'h- 
e> I « J Ii A PiMo'i be*! plat* •! 

y>ull I Mm a M«r*iland 3 Mi* T 
Perri.p 2 T Week* 

V » (>»taB( rn 

Heel*. I Mr* J*»e« Welker 3 J Pere- 
eiam 3 T Weehe, Bean* 'iteen 
) Alan RmiUi 3 R A Pi(aoti. 2 A 

iiliBta, bean* tyeUawi. I LsaUe BUwart. ' 

3 Mra P Ooldle 1 Mra Jam** Walker., 
bean* (ararlrit I If A Pl.toii 3 Boaa-l 
Ivn Howard, J Mrs Jams* Walker bean* 

• iM«iei I J A Btnnk* 3 Altan Smitti; 
pea* I Margaret Taylor. 3 T Week* J 
K Wadant* Bmaael, aprowti I Allan 


SlanJarJ 12 frrif I 
file liitgril 
W' fl/i Lowttt Pneet 


VKTOHU/^ 


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1st 111 VIctorlB 

TRR NRW MbCXMl 

BERNINA RECORD 

SrWIMO MACJItNI 
Opnb bRB— ftiQT niitomnUa So an 
o*WT7tbUas wltbovi dMe. 


Announcing! 


tid POST Phene 4-SO 

arsT A dcwTNO macrins 
BV THI »1:BR UB MUhTR' 


the Famous 


BC fnrenis rpmainpd tinder 
dry yoviprday and indiraiions 
are that general rains will be 
needed beftire fhe general clon- 
tire. lmp«.>»eil last Munday. will 
he lifted. 

Foresiry officials reported 
late IdAt night that while the 
conditions of the timbfrlands 
had Improved slightly, the for- 
est (ire harsnl cominues to ex- 
l.st. 

I The mcleornloglcal sUtlon at 
Gon/ale.s point said no relief 
can be expecied in the immedi- 
ate future. I>ry' weather Is due 
I to continue for the next few 
days- 


ARE NOW AVAILABLE AT KING'S 


Open Daily 9 a.m. fo 
11 pm. AcAtourant 
openj 11 a.m. to 5 
p m. every day except 
Monday. Llphted 
daily from dusk. 


.See the English Rose, Japanese. 
Italian and (ahuloui* sunken 
CUfdens— 25 acres of loveliness by 
day, even more exciting under (he 
magic of night lighting! 


We are pleased to announce that we have 

added the famom line of Gold Cross Shoes 
to our ever-increasing stock of finest quality 

footwear. Desifjned to combine carefree 
comfort with the most appealing lines in 

footwear, your Gold Cross Shoes are 
offered In a wide variety of dressy and 
casual styles at King's. 


Broad street merrhanl W. A. 
.‘5coti will axk city rmmcil and 
city polii'p tommixsion next 
wi'ek why mrter patrolmen give 
parking ticket* to local drivers 
but let off vlxltlng tnotorlsts. 

Mr. .‘%cott «ald he ha.s exam- 
ined VirtoriR’s Rtrppts and 
traffic hy-law and can see no 
exceptions to penalty for over- 
parking. 


Despite logging lay-offs, the 
figure nf unemployed in V’tr- 
l<»ria remains the lowe«i on 
ie*iird for this lime of year 
sipi'e 1917. 

Vat'am'tes for men in *kll|ed 
and un«kil 1 ed trades continue to 
inrrea«e 


Black Suede 
Blue Suede 


FABULOUS 
FASHIONS for 
after FIVE 


Black Calf 
Brown Calf 
Blue Calf 


Whatever fhe occasion . , . cocktails, 
dinner or dance, we have Ihe dress for 
you. The seawin for Invitations is com- 
ing. Be ready with the charming style 
that flatters and dclight.s. Trim tailored 
beauty, smart sophistication, frills and 
furbelows, you'll find them all here In 
the wortderful .selection that holds Ihe 
dress to do things for you. 


IS THERE A CURE 
FOR DIABETES? 


Tharp Is no cure for dialipips. Evpr «ipc# It wa* first 
dt*c*ivprpd in* 1552 B.C. charlatana have ciaimPd they 
liad a "rurp " Bewara of vjeh rlaima. In 1921. bow- 
pvpr a dependable treatment, although not a cure/ was 
develope*!. This preparation is Insulin. 


Black Suede 
Blue Calf 
High and Mid Heel 

4 


Your physician 1* thoroughly familiar with this product 
ami how it la employed. If he finds Insulin rkccevaary 
in your caae we can supply it in exactly the fight 
strength. 


Phone 2 1623 


1212 Douglas 


PREAWmGN CHEAM/T/ 

4-1196 4-2f22 


Budget Terms at No Extra Cost 


7 H YATK 8 
NKXT TO 
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|$5S Silt iJaiia Colonisi i«5 

AN IiA)EI*BNDKNT NEMSI’APBH. THE OBGAN OF NO CIJQL'B OE PAKTT 
PubliAhad ftl ZttSl l>ouf lju 8lre«t, >'lrtorlA. B.G> 

SETII IlALTON. PublUlier SANDHAM GRAVES, Editor ln-Chl#f 

OQMmpttan Hmu« 0«rfi»t ««u**r7 la «uv lOrMMt vmart*> II M. «4rmr 4«l*«n’ i* eaustrr l>4l M*il ium* C»a»44. 

OrMi Bni4ln Msd pt Vtikoa Tarrttery wit atwiUi ILIi. ih>M woiitnt II M tit wMiUtt 17 M r*ti HIM UnluB 

•ut«t i:si ftr wMta tUMf MMiritt UM o*T Mntb taik'oifM tt twrad clttt mtU ottic* DtptrUBt»4 Otu«^ 

HIM)AV, SFPTKMBKR 11. I9IW 


Mr. Gibson Called the Party 


p KGARDI.KSS of who wins In the* Lil- 
looot by-elcetion lomorrow. it Ls Mr. 
Gordon Glhson’s parly. Th? circum- 
stanres nndi*r which hi* put him.s«*lf out 
of the U*cislature to make a f)t*rsonal issue 
of his rHsaen‘**monl with governmental 
policy are no doubt rememtK*red in the 
ndinR he had so briefly repn*sonted. If 
he win.s in the by-election he will lx* hack 
ir a .seat he did not need to leave; if he 
loses, he will hn\e taken the Lilieral I’arty 
to a still more atientuated follnwing in 
the present as.scmhly. In neither event 
ran the administration gain or Insi* much, 
if anything, from a lest under thes** cir- 
riim.stances in the middle of its new term 
or office. The surpri.ses of the campaign 
have l>een Us downright virulence and 
the r^'sort to personalities on the one hand, 
and the full-dress response the administra- 
tion h.ts been indiu’ed to make on the 
other Normally a by-election at mid- 
term remains a constituency affair. 

In the actual polling there will lx* a 
change of circumstance since the gerx*ral 
election in 195.T The alternative ballot 


Modernizing 


ha.s been laid aside, and a straight yes or 
no answer should result from the single 
cross to l>e marked on each l>alloi paper. 
All four parties in British Columbia have 
fiddl'd candidates, a fact which may split 
the vote materially in a constituency with 
fi..'W() registereil voters, Lillooot for years 
was a Progressive Con<ervalive riding 
hrgely through the influence of the late 
Ml- Kme.st C Carson, an outstanding 
figure in provincial affairs until the end 
of the Coalition regime As Liberal stan- 
dard lx*arer. Mr. Gibson won the seat at 
the last general eliH'lion, and held it until 
he to.s-sed hj.s resignation Into the arena. 

TTie result In Lilh>oet will lx* out of the 
hands of all parties and in the custody 
of the eloetors tomorrow. What they may 
dp about that remains to lx* seen. On a 
.split ticket with four • andidates contesting 
a single seat, however, an administration 
in power often ha.s the edge. The single- 
cross ballot should mean a swift deter- 
mination of the issue in any event, with- 
out the three week’s lag it has taken to 
gel a result from the alternative ballot 
sy.stem. 


the E 6? N 


t;SQI’IMALT & Nanaimo Railway's new 
^ paf»st‘ngcr jx*rvice Ix'tween \'ictoria 
and Courtenay will begin .scheduled opera- 
tion tomorrow after .safi.sfaetory lest iun.s. 
.and the interest w'hich has lx*en .shown 
in the diesel ear supplying the service 
offers hopi* of adequate palronagi*. Pas- 
.senger sendee on the E A: N line has lx*en 
poor for many years, and if may lake 
.some time to win hack public support for 
rail travel The new expire, ss. however, 
offers advantages in both time and com- 
fort which -shoiil^ appeal to an increas- 
Inglv large section of the travelling public 
as it becomes firmly established. 

Aging equipment and .slow service dis- 
couraged patronage of the F * N to the 
point where it became uneconomical to 


ofx»rate mixed trains on the route from 
Victoria to Nanaimo and Courtenay. Tlie 
txjmiwny was under a public obligation to 
maintain rail connections, however, and 
the diesel car for pas.sengers appears to 
be the lx*st solution to its problems. Single 
cars of this type hav'e been operated suc- 
cessfully for many years In other coun- 
tries where traffic condifion.s are .similar 
to those of Vancouver Island. 

Even in tlws age of road travel there 
aie-many peof)|p w ho prefer to go by train 
if ,ser\’ice is fast and comfortable. It ia 
to the Island’s advantage to have as many 
altemalive routes as poRuble. and it is 
to be hoped that patronage of the E A N 
’’Dayliner ” will’lx* sufficient not only to 
maintain the initial schedule but also to 
em*ourage future expansion. 


A Successful Venture 


/^NE of the most pleasing event.s of ’he 
summer season now closing has b«‘en 
Ihf encouraging progress madi* in teaching 
young people how to swim. Tlie Colonist 
rla.s.si»s rearhi*d a fx*ak of attendance in 
thi.s. their third .season; while elsewhere 
through the schools. YMCA. and district 
and playground a.s.soi'latioas some notable 
work also was done. Ail of which i.s 
aecompllshment with benefits which will 
extend to the future. A sincere word of 
thanks is due to the instructors, lifeguards 
and playgrmtnd personnel who helped to 
make this possible, and to the parents of 
h"rid»xHls of Greater Victoria and Gulf 
T-^tands youngsters who entered into the 
c;r..rjt of the adventure with enlhusia.sm. 
Tt Is one form of activity of which no sea- 
side community can ever h.ave enough. 

What we should like to see now Is a 
straight-line progression from the excel- 
lent community start that ha.s been made. 


Youngsters with their first certificates 
have a goal to shoot at. Those who have 
teamed should practice to become strong 
swimmers; with attention to the bivad- 
stroke (good in any weather or water) 
and the backstroke (of ii.se in rescue 
operations). The advnni'cd sw'immcrA, 
wlx're they have not already done so, 
should Join life-saving cla.s.ses; such as 
those offered by St. John Ambulance and 
other recognized first-aid organlzation.s. 
The anomalous thing about most seaports 
Is that' far too few' of their ritizeas are at 
home in the water. The cure for that i.s 
encouragement, and this i.s a readv way 
into it. 

Victoria ha.s long been known for its 
athletes, and many a swimmer of cham- 
pionship weight has had hi.s. or her. train- 
ing here. Not I he least of the encouraging 
results of this summer's work Is the 
impetus which Inevitably wdll go to aquatic 
sport in the whole area. 



. = |>|l'.<Mnt fO 4fu*p O'. J ■ mil h 

I '• -hnul«l ht* ju<( t maffer of finjr i. 
fii«trici ti v.,' • rtlp^’.-vpi fa« f 


Impressive Figures 

Kp'tn Ap.'il IH. whf-n .'UIp oi v>.i».hini:t ;;i 
ferrirs ••artwl lo o{>er«ip m Sidney, until the 
rfKTnf August, 313 voyage* here were made, 
The ihip* carried 9.856 returning Canadiana 
and 29119 realdenia of other countrle*. prin- 
cipally rlthena of the United State*, It is a 
fjife pre.sumptlrm that approximately the same 
number dejiarted from here, maiunu a grand 
total of around 80.000. 

Yacht traffic haa never be**n heavier throuch 
the port of Sidney than thlB acasnn when new 
records have been aet A total «>f iv; \c-~r than 
3!08.5 yachts had arrived from the t.’nlirxl .iiatr* 
by the end of Aujtu.si. These yachts, every one 
inbound from different Ameruan porta. came<l 
6IH returning Canadian* and .1910 ciii/ena fvf 
other countries .Majority of the latter vlatied 
here again on their way smilhbound Yaih».* 
ore atiil arriving at an Impressive rale every 
flay and we can only guess at what the year * 
total wUl be 

With figure* like this a.iually recorded, 
who ran que*M«n the contewlion nf Sidney resl- 
drnti that the custom* house here should be 
up graded without delay 

— 4 inw«t BlVIfW 

"On Prtratic!*’ 

An opportunity fot youth.- of the diiirirt i* 
presented with the ie«umptu.n of par.idos next 
MondN)’ by the unit of the Re*er\c Army 

More than before, it i< the mind a* well at 
the body which receivct the atienllon of those 
entru.*fed with training our youth In the mili- 
tary an Paradea today are not all "Mpiare- 
haahing ' and arms drill, though neglect of 
these exercise* in the InaiUlIng of ■ tense of 
dlBCipllne mutt never become fad. 

-cowK'nsN (Ssoia 

Rrneficlal ('hangf 
It lx Btlli too early to assess the effort* of 
the rerouting of the Traps «''anada highway 
on business In l-adywnlth because altemalive 
route through the city ha* been cloaed sin<-e 
the new route wa* opened There are Indlca 
ttona, however, that the change will he bene- 
ficial. Since the through traffic haa been routed 
Off lha mam aireet. It hu been much eajfter 


One mailer which should have the Imme- 
olate attention of the Chamber of Commensr 
when it resumes IIb regular meeting* next 
Monday la the erection nf signs at the north 
and south entrances to the city and possihly 
additional sign* on the Kaplanade pointing lo 
the city centre The wording of these signs and 
their location will be Important to retail busi- 
nesses in this city so It should be given careful 
thought. 

— tJkorsMiTH CHSoxiri a 

SoiiH<*lf*ss Demonsirations 

Demonsfralirms staged In Montreal. Lond-m. 
Onl . and Wlnnip.-^ against the Russian farm 
<k-lrgatlon nnw visiting Canada indicate that 
Intoleranm still rears Its ugly head oornsion- 
ally in a country which prirle- itself «.n its 
freedom*. 

It la only fair to remember, however, that 
llie demonstration* appear to have been In- 
spired by rertain Ckratntan groups which are 
apparently tome .secure revenge against 
the Russian government for real »r fancied 
grievances The vast majoni> of t'anatiiana 
are rightfully appalled by the w r; dem- 
onstrations. which Included ruiwmg. pamphlel- 
thiuwing and other objertlonahle -.induct 

-eaaasmjj! Qi xurt u raoc.atss 

Should C»<*t ToKf*thf*r 

If anything will rum this <h.siri' : s chances 
of gfttlng an ice centre It is the Monster Clubs 
recent announcefnent to build an arena within 
ths city, despite the fact that the fair hoard 
haa completed plans for an Ire centre on the 
military site at 5Undwlck and ia almost at the 
stage where a fund raising campaign could be 
started. 

It's a pity that the two groups can't get 
lAgether. As It is, there la a good chance that 
>)te people who want an arena which would 
permit hockey will have nothing to do with a 
curling and skating rink and that roiild easily 
ruin the fair boariTa chances of getting the 
centre as planned. 

ce w oi rasa rasas 



"Brins; lx)llobrigkia with youT 

(The .National Coal Board has been lm{>ortlng miners from Italy to relieve a current labor shortage i 

— Lanatn CHlir CitrtM 


On the Record 

By OOBOTIIY TIIOM1 *nON 

I 

O N August 31 a unit of Israel* 
army struck an Egyptian mtll- 
lary camp in the Gara stiip which, 
according lo the 
Israel foreign of- 
fice. had served J* 
a base of opera- 
lion* for Egyptian 
lerrurlst squad* 
that have killed 
Israeli tn.side Israel. 

The attack fol- 
lowed I.^-rael's re- 
jection of a Uniie<l 
Nation* request for 
a l ea.se fire until or 
unless Egypt aciepls "full respun- 
sihillly” lor recent violence in the 
Ga/a area. 

Tlie inrldent followed clo.sely upon 
the heels of .<>ecreury of Stale 
Dulles’ expressed apprehension that 
Egypt and other Arab states might 
be preparing lo deal for armaments 
with the .Soviets. 

That armed band* from the Gaza 
Strip have repeateilly penetrated Into 
Israel and shot Israeli filler* ha.*, 
been impartially established. That 
these bands are “Egyptian " has not 
been. The Gaza area is not formally 
Egyptian but a truce zone eatab- 
IiKhcd by the armistice, and guarded 
by units of the Egyptian army, which 
was there when the ho*tllltles of the 
Arablarael war were abandoned 
Without concluding peace. 

T'ne arP8> population is Pale-tlnian 
Arab, the majority Arab refugee.s 
dt'.placed from home* In what is 
now Israel 

That the bands raiding into Israel 
are Egyptian soldiers (the only 
Egyptians thcret and under the d;?.- 
cipline of Cairo Is most unlikely. 
Tliey arc PaJestmlans and relugeev 
How can F.gypt tor the whole United 
Nallon.si control them or effectively 
s'-vume full responsibility for their 
action*? 

a ♦ * 

Eight years ago 100 000 British 
soldiere policing the then British ter- 
ritory of Palestine could not suppress 
Jewish terrorUl bands, who raided 
arsenals, mined roads, blew up 
bridges, and shot from ambush, to 
considerable International anU-Brltlsh 
applause fur so much “derrlng do.'* 
fire^nUed armies are controlled by 
their governments who must assume 
fill) rf-‘-pnnslhlllly for their acK Ter- 
roiisi hands cvpiTate on their own, 
n»ils|.lr .-»ny law ex{;~.; lh»*v ran he 
a|ip!ehende<l and irie<1 .*> ihdivid-i.t: 
The fltlaik b> the Isiael aimy -»n 
an Egyptian militarv posi. »« s le- 
prlsal for arts committed by unknow n 
persons, was an act of war. and 
obviously without fear of the normal 
ron»ef|uenret namely, that the 
Egyptian army would fight hack- 
Why Is there no fear of such ron- 
sequenres"* 

I submit that is IS bocause Israel 
knows that the Egyptian army and 
ihe irmie^ of the entire Aisb world 
are not in a military position to take 
on the si,ite ol Israel Or. conversely, 
that Israel Is In a better posiiton lo 
wage war on her neighbors than they 
to w3ge war on her .She Is leading 
I'-om sbaolute superiority of armerl 
strength. 

* « * 

Israel is a nation in arms. Although 
her population number* only l.TOO.ntiO 
to Egypt's 20.000.noo. and a mm- 
hined Arab population dortbie that 
rurrounding her on all sides their 
total e<le<-ri\e milltnry strength is 
less by - ^me 5 n.oon than Israel s 
trainiHi 2'voixio fighiem. even were 
Ihe AralA mille«| add under a -nm 
mon c«»mmand. wh".*h Ihev are nni 
Israel Is .equipped ‘largely fr<an the 
United Statesi with the most modern 
weapons. Including jet aircraft. She 
has ofienly promi.sed to force the 
Gulf nf Aquaba against Egyptian 
shore batterie*. and baa rerenlly pur- 
chased two destroyers from Rriialn. 

Dipiomatiratly Israel and her Inter 
national supporters firmly Intend to 
keep for her this aui'crlor military 
poaltlon. and to close ail channels 
through which the Arab atates might 
get srma lo redress their prraeni Im- 
halarvce of power If they esnnot get 
them elsewhere they will certainly 
turn to the Soviet Unkm. 



Loiter from London 

A Cruel Stunt Backfires 

By UK HARD THO.MA.H, Dally Cokmist Correapondent 


I T I.S surprising how temperaments 
differ. A BrlU.sh radio manufac- 
turer decided to try an American 
'turn on a commercial radio sunon 
in Europe widely listened to In the 
i;ni*ed Kingdom. We are told that it 
go4>4 down well on Ihe other side of 
the AMantir In this ca-e the woman 
J9ye.=:t olii Mr^ Hegariy - found 
H al her prefahru at«l liou.se had been 
remo^ed buddy in her absence. From 
clues tn the program she la supposed 
To discover where It has been re- 
erecteil 

When .she find.* It again she will 
not live In It -it belon;:= to the 
Baltersea Borough Council— but *he 
wiU be provUlcd with a rented house 
by the radio manufacturers, who wiU 
reward her with six monUts" rent, a 
television set and 
numerous house- 
hold gadgets. The 
whole stunt was ar- 
ranged with the 
woman's husband 
and the Battersea 
Council. The e s- 
aen.se of the "joke’* 
was that the wo- 
man knew nothing 
about It. 

Her Immerllafe 
reward is that she and her husband 
and family will be entertained in a 
hotel by the radio people 

It is suppo.-ed to he enormously 
funny to ItsieniTs llum.sn nature 
being what It J*. it i.s. m all prob- 
ahtllly. The point is, of course, that 
when we see a cop slip on a banana 
^km in a film we laugh our head* 
off. Please don’t ask me why, but 
other people’s discomfort ha* been 
sound comic entertainment for cen- 
turies- p -=tbly hecau-se we know, 
nr at least assume, that no ont is 
really hurt On the other hand we 
would tie most unlikely lo laugh If 
we iw a .. -il «Mp «!Jp on a real 
banana skin ?-!-st of u* would go 
to help him up and hope that he 
wa.s not seriously hurt. 

* « * 

It ia perhaps a contrasting study in 
fundamental humanity. It may he 
that Amerii jn audicnres regard ihl* 
sort of thing a* -'f us regard a 
film entertainment. No doubt the 
advertwers hoped that it would be so 
re:^.iidei| rni<-ri: -*‘*ly nr t>erh«ps 

loi lunaieiv many Kriion*. U'l not 
rpdi'i that In ■•fio pauieij.- ill 

moment the arUertiHuig 
department of a va»i -vneern de 
alroyed a real woman's real world. 
It tried to destroy a basic faith that 
things are worth more than Ihe In- 


deflnible something which turns a 
house into a home 

For years Mrs. Kegarty had 
given loving cars and dcvonon to 
licr humble home. In une minute ol 
radio enterUlnmenl ail that love and 
care was shattered- more than that, 
t.if wife's self re.v|X>cl wa.s shatinied. 
U was an affront to human dignity. 
.She wa.* not con.sulled had 'hp been 
there would have been no Joke She 
was humiliated In herself. II to no 
one else. She was made to feri In- 
('•nvequenllal. 

A hurt was Inflicted which no 
amount of money, gifts or ballyhoo 
could heal. An Inconsiderate and 
unthinking husband was (lersuaded 
to shatter his wife's confidence for 
the sake of a television set and some 
gadgets and destroy their children's 
home He shares the shame but he is 
not the victim. The destruction of 
a cherished dream and loving labor 
is surely worth more in the modern 
world than a compere's cheerful quip 
when she burst into tear* and a.sked 
"Where’s my house?" — "It may have 
gone to a house party.” 

* * ♦ 

Thtt Is only hart of (he story. How 
many thousands of women did it 
humiliate? How many thousands of 
women felt in that moment that all 
their devoted rare could be disposed 
of behind their backa by an unthirik- 
ing husband** It was an attack on 
the dignity of the human spirit and 
even prison warders are taught that 
the lowest criminals have a ssrred 
pervonaUty which must be respected. 

The outcry which has followed the 
stunt has rrflectei! hardly on the 
firm which sponsored It. It may have 
sold some television seis-tnit tt has 
had ortins cancelled loo. One dealer 
>)es<rlbed it to me as "a real bark- 
hander” There are some people who 
re-enl these thing* and it may he 
that the firm ronrerned haa lost a 
great deal more than It has grimed 

Amongst the things which Ihe 
average Briton still holds sacred Is 
human per.snnality and the idea that 
an “Englishman's home la his castle.” 
We fought two wars on this Issue. 
We were supported by our friends all 
over the world, >-iomehow we all 
thought those two fundamental* w-ere 
worth dying for and living for, We 
ji-s! rannoi siom.vrh It when tho>e 
»flea* ar» guyed. We *till have *ul- 
firieni di''nlty tn proteni even ihfiugh 
the victim is humble It may be 

^nttment. it may be .venilmeniaiity. 
hut somehow the average Briton atiil 
thing! that a wife, a mother and a 
home are Ihbig* to value They are 



Time Captu le • • . 

Grunts in 

P RIME .Minister R. B. Bennett 
asked Psrltament for $24,000,000 
In relieve iineinploynienl In t'sarsdae 
W years ago last week. 

lie -aid it would he spent on public 
work^ 

C. K Davie, memlier of the B.C. 
ifgi.vlature for < r.wirhan-Newrastie, 
Htupi>ed t t*pe that offlctally opened 
the tiew I'fjwirhan Youbou road. 

Jimmy M« l^arnin. sensational Van- 
couver welterweight, Knorked out 
lightweight champion Al Singer be- 
fore 25 ton fans jn New York 
* « * 

F 'lfT\ years ago there wsa miirh 
head shaking and elleklng of 
lofigues sitoiit the rmte reeeptkm 
Toronto gave a Royal Navy detach- 
nvent (hat vtslled the Urwn for the 
exhthliion. 

The orwd je*red al ihenri as they 
performed preelsion drill, and railed 
them. ''Jackies’’ ’a rusme which in 
England U applied to monkeys.” the 
Colonist eomplained. 

They were guests nf the rity. hut 
through some mixup a hotel seised 
the»r baggage fi>r hoard and lodgin’^ 

fu. ! 

A gr»''ip of private nii/.--- paid 
the hill* hut Ihe ill feeling remained 
'The new hotel at Uowirhan wharf 
has been opened for the reception of 
guest* Among the first to patronize 
It were a party of spor;tsmrn coo- 


Ry G, K. Mortimore 

tiojitown 

sifting of Major Bland. RE.: Capt. 
Bushe. RA , UapI Langley, Fifth 
Regiment, and Mr. Hall. James 
Ixiand. who arrived by steamer and 
enjoyed a feu days' hunting and 
fishing tn the vlrinil) ' 

* « * 

C ontracts to supply the R/iyai 

Navy’s Ksqiilmail station with 
fond were rk h pliims. In eolonlal 
days. Ninety-five years ago. Admiral 
Ba>r>ea. commander • In chief, was 
nnder fire for Ihe way he awarded 
Ihe i ontraeta for beef and general 
suppttea. 

“For Some rea«on. both the eon- 
(rtriar* . have been alluwer] to 
renew their i*ontrtct* for another 
year No notice was given to the 
public of Ihe intention of the admiral 
to renew them ..." 

Imprisonment for debt should be 
abntiahed. the Colonist felt Instead, 
debtors could he confined to the 
limits of the town 

"It is often the rase that a resident 
hrrome* innanrlallyi embarrassed 
His 'redilors become urgent. Pay the 
money or go fp tail I* their ulimaium 
What It the result . * The debtor 
rather than submit lo imprisonment 
leaves for American territory Thu* 
the tTediior fail* to get hts %ioney 
and the colony loses one of its 
population.” 

- raow POsotHisT ma* 


things of the spirK. valued abova 
gaogeta and stunts and iPievision seta. 

a « a 

Because Ihe traiumi.ssion is from * 
the continent the postmaster general 
tia* no control over xuch a progioan. 
but it has been suggested that the 
landline faciliues lietween the Londun 
studio and the <iMiUnen(al iransmiiter 

and Ihe ex|H>ri of recordings offer 
an avenue of governmental Interven- 
tion which may have to he used if 
these things get out of eontrni Com- 
menial lelcMsnm. whu-h starts in 
this counlr>- on September 22 I*, of 
course, under the direct control nf 
the postmaster general, who has 
power to deal with offensive 
programs. 

The Immediate outcome of (be 
stunt Will be a row on the Battersea 
Borough CourjclL The chairman of 
the housing committee ha.s been in 
dieted for exceeding hi* authority In 
granting permisalon for the pre fab- 
ricated house lo be removed. Theie 
W’lli be an all-out debate Meanwhile 
Mr* Hegarty Is stilt luTerlng from 
shock. 

It seems likely thsi the sponsors, 
Ihe radio station and the program 
divlsers have had a »hock too- that 
there are thing* whieh the average 
Briton *1111 regards more valuable 
than money even In this mateilalisilc 

sge 

II i* a heainnei shock than the 
cruel blow In/llried on .Mrs Hegarty. 

It may even make America think. 


The Packsack 

Of GREGORY C1,ARK 

TITH summer now ended and 
mo*( of the resort* empty. I 
have only this lo say at the re.*ult of 
Ihe past season'! 
perfoimanca The 
pockets of sport 
shirts are far too 
skimpy. 

It, is my suspir 
lon that women 
have taken over the 
design of men's 
sp«>rt shirts. This 
was. in a way. ' 
he I'xpecred As 
s'win as men =-Jf»p- 
led those gaudy. 
blA-iire i-olor « heme* for male 
sport shirts, no doubt the men in 
the shirt factories, who formerly 
looked after their own sex’s depart- 
ment. went over and discussed mat- 
ters with the women's section. Mayi>e 
they just rroeeed the factory floor 
lo have a look at materials, and see 
If there waan’t eomeihing ansz/y 
they could commandeer for the boys. 

But then the general manager, 
sensing the trend, simply . promoted 
some woman (o be forelady of the 
men's sport shirt department snd, 
apart from employing matenals that 
formerly were the private domain of 
women, they began tricking in here 
•nd there little alterations in the 
design of the male *pr»rt shirt. 

It Mas all right* to develop that 
twt>way sport collar, which ynu 
cuuld button up or leave ags^ie It 
vvs* okay to tntroduie the no-lu<k in 
type of shirt, and even the short 
sleeves But when it came to pocket*, 
the Women fureUdies lost complete 
touch with their prwJuct. I am willing 
to bet more cigarette lighter*, packets 
of iigareMes, pi(ie«. c-ompas.se*. Hoy 
Scout match boxes, cottage keys, 
shopping list*, petty (ash. wrenches 
for looking at outbttard motor spark 
plugs, sunglasses, bottles of fly dope, 
letters to post snd bottle opensr* 
have been lost overboard from male 
vp(tri «hirt pocket! thl* past sea.son 
than in ail the summer* ps«t 

The women designers of men's 
fhirta have sknply adopted the silly 
little tab pockets that adorn women « 
short*, which have no function hut 
to hold • hankie With the trend to- 
wards short! for men wuh (he r^m- 
*»*quent re«lurtW>n in the number and 
tire of pant* pockets, a man has to 
have proper pockets in his sport 
shirt. 






AlrlMirne Painlor 


( .tnirtroiwi I^aradv 


WiM'k fpsMionai mrn ami for all »h«* Fimiiiriai Support 
_ , * , Bruish m»*fi ami womon »ho ^ 

Th- Ilv,.,.., >.r.-k 1. nu* »n ThI* wnifr is happv ko on 

|.,uhll»tw.| ll Ik klnKily rn,-.,rd In pmlnM akkins, 11 , n 

IrokkUlM hi ihn n,«n> iknrknij pr.,p..«M me ond cl.mmink 

nho h»ii. »..„ ,1 kllnr » lone ,„„|^..tbulllnl.ki-,indvilllpmiw„h 


Th»* f|vi*inj vkr**k i«- now an 

fiUbliKhnl f4<-< It IK 
trrenurrn hv thr nuny \Korkeit 


fpsHionai mrn, ami for all the 
British m»*ti and womon »ho 
cam^ nut and toilni and >uf 


siruKKlr Imlnat and pi*i . ' _ . 

Nint'ial Kovernrm*nin hove ack ' 

m.wledKed ll av.vpted |.ra< 

11 . e AlftioM dll dvil vT%-ni. rondlilonK uru 
jn hoih bianrhcs ol jjoveinmen! f-ot*hlr> 

now ptt « M. * 1 ^ do honk clerk". Kven loday 


home, and rhurrhcK .^d 

hMiuehl up Ihklr twhille, under »"> "■“■■rd mun .c ,un o h.l, 
.7, . * . ...» Kuch acil.in oven at thi.K late 

coitdilionK undreamt of In the . 

Old founirj *’ 

,. , . ,, ,, Tw<N*<l"mulr park. Iielore the 


. . . ....... . was w-t 1 % T n o Ck «n« 

r.rrv and postal woiKith and in- them the money and other marw-UouK i i 

duMnal workers Renerally. as-^rts they had brouRh!. and America and lurmsl.e.1 a 

Vet «»ne gieat section of oui iheir grand national chara.-ier- ^,],j sanriuarv. Ow 

lab»»r for»-e i.s exclinted retail iMIea. ihi* should be a aorry ,,jjj imshamUing this s lost 
store clerks and personnel Re land Indeeil' forever as a playground lor ou' 

lailing Ik not an easy joli. there Thp present day ert/e (nr dH people 

is no MUinj! dr.wn on that job rarding all things %n«Ii.sh In witcimit a doubt ..ur beauty 
for JKMIK aie Ubir JaianfhnK ^1 haat_p is rohhinj; qnd miiure masterpu*te:. 

day long is a great "ii.iin on iFe (*.,n«dian youth of t.Hiay ami the ,|e^,nned forever unle» 

ror.siliuhon, awkward jurure. manv of whom are the puhlu opinion can m* aiouse.j in 

znerrhandisP has ..Men t.. he descendants of the ah..ve men- 

.airiM up iM.rn airless dusty pioneers, of their right- ,, , , ' , ,,,i,,e 

hrtsement.s. unpackml ami at herlliee ^ ^ "l.iruM (uiiud an ai tl. It 

Itariiveiy displayed J^ales Maff ' ^ * ImI?? Fl^i't Y\- r I'nriJh-.s-ln 

muM always wear .1 emile no ‘ PUkrniFAN 


hasement.s. unpackml ami at pri.-eless her 

liariiveiy displayed >alcs M.iff iMr« . pv 

muM always wear .1 emile no ‘ PHkrnf 

manor how they feel nr how y,.^ Daud idreef 

living the .-usiomer may lie Victoria RC 

.Now retail -sales .staffd work _ 

a lull fivrsday week ar..| ..n 

Uednesdny ihoy are alloweii to t>f*iOngS tO 
po home at one o'clock Hy the The nr.»si)eci of vv 


The (.’.'l.iiHSi caiiied an aril. If 
hy (Jerald VVaiing pnrjjh.'.syin 
ihe rafinctlon of me I’anhoi 
in ('anadn befoie s.» very long 
anti tn Ihe la.st i.ssue .>f Oryx. 
.1' mpan of the Zreilopiciil ■so- 
ciety rtf Lon.hm, is an e\l« nsive 
write up hy Or I.illio ■>( !)un' 
flee on Mm* economic skiuphie 
and waste m the s^-a'ing in 


Wednesday ihey are allowed to IVIonRS to Them wrlle up hy Dr I.illie >t Dun 
po home at one o'clock Hy ihe The pr.»s|)eci of wanmn dam '•■’^dghb' 

lime Ihey have a me.il 'which ape that might he done to waste in the “»g ttv 

they hrtdly need, and chnnge s’lrath.ona park b\ Ihe pro- dually «»f .\ew fourutl.nul ami 
Iffim business rloihcs 11 is two pf>se.l dammfnp of Buttle lake i- La*br.idnr 
ofl.»ck ..r daiei. sti thus' hours lo he i?rs.ail> deplored. fb' Lillie offers ‘-.r-?: 

or less is their a. »uai leisure Pmercs-s .mdlnduslrv lb n.ir save .he . from 

time fin their ko called halfday! ppovln. e with its Inevitable m ibnMienrd extinction eir. 

This Is Hfd pofKl ent.uph , re.ise m iM>iitil.iiion emnhaxiyes In ilie me.'ifiliinc ole.-Lsc . ‘-.jn 



Persislenl Yoiilh Arrested, 
Fineti lor Obslruelinc; Police 

It <t>sl II city yOHlh SJ3 or 10 days In jhU yc.'stercjay dr ivmp without insurants* .<»n 
lo find out Iho hard way Ihal rily polirt* arc u.*<ually only bis licence restriction 

too glad lo obligo. ^ 

Douglas Cameron plead e.l .lHam Osier at ('olw,>o.l court 


Valid fKoluntPt. Victoria. • C 5 

Ss«4»». S.I.. U, T95S 

I raicic.s" drising charge and 
was lemanded to Sept. 17 (i.r 
trial. 

A Juvenile was plartM on a 
‘.ears pr.'.bailon f.ir theft oi a 
bicy rie 

Lights May 
Aid Tral'lic 

A pUn of traffic liphts that may 


C. lialt trr obatiucting Const charges of . ireJcs- driving and 
Hollle M. Arthur. I'aMnp no driver s licence 


“ iw a . ine .i tei ^ ic i.tm Circle f.-i ilu' next 20 yc.us 
plea<led pmll> to a rureloiia »*. I>einq prx'pored hy the city pol.ee 


noiiip M. Annul. 1 month charne She was mvol- commission 

Thu Mild hk «»> kun. ju lud ,n ... idun, »l Ih.. m,ri>^. rommiksiunur. »ud Pnlu-r Chu t 

"M ! . m iTsler --'r "m nT„u.,u ■'"‘■'I "'<• ‘-‘-nil j„hn mr, Kriduv hii, 

day alter a bi«n had b.*en ar ^ 

reste.l for tnmxuatlon in a Passing on a s,,|id line .ost |i n expended lo he a momh 


reKte.l for Iniiixuatlon in a 
Yales street ( ale. 

Cameron wm'^ told he ....ddii i 
sm* Ihe m.u) m the w.-ig.m atid 


‘assing on a s.»lid line .ost 


K'tnald I-:inf.<.. D.tviea. l-StiSooke befur* 


p»»mmiasion 


lojid- a $l.’» fine 

sm* Ihe m.u) m the wag.in atul P->'ed o<i the Island highwa> WjUjani M. .M .Mnihiesun, iitr cif 
loid to CO Hwa>. ‘■aid the offusT. ■<* mUi's an lumi. Raxmond r v,}H.-t<wf. pleaded n..r gulMv to miller 
^ Pi-ank ('iced, i Ws <heli>..nme 

He Ignored warnings ami te- 

lurned iwice and th’mandeU to 

..... O frienit * llcuty W Hl'am HcM. Laup g 

Ste n... niioo. ... ford, paid a $J> fine f.»r >j»eed W 

Cnnsi McAMhiir said he ti ^ _ 

nailv I'xld Cameron that if he 

!! ! ■, ,. ...la ...in A SL’ . penalty wa.s imposed on Im Im 

didn r CO away he w.mld join , ii , t ■ \M 

his friend. when he a.lnillied driving with- ••• " * o 

“I wo.il.M'ke 10 do lhal the ^ 

accu-kCsl said Vancouver motorcyclisl, B STKKl-:i OPTOWETF 

However. Camernn wax alone Atu„ «... ■ 




known Us def'iMon nnd M’nds It ‘o 
.Mnihiesun, iitr city eouikul i*ubhc woika cm* 


f.irri, paid a.$J"> (me f'»r "{»eed 

irtg 


IT i» wi«K to rxaa rv«» o r Tor:» erra 

G. H. E. GREEN 


K.otome hniisjng ra*i.« 


accu-kCsi vain Vancouver motorcyclist, 

However. Camerrm wax alone j., Rowland Alhn. wa." 
In the prisoner * b..x vr^iertlav. admilied 

Mt- fnrnd was hailed om ear- 


7M FORT 
STKKFl 


OPTOMETRIST 


PHONE 

S-7612 


r.<AF base on cinlh lu‘t 


s their a.fuai leisure propres-s .i„d Indusiry in n.ir profH'saN t., save .hesoai. from pp..;s„,o,| ,M,„„nc pro. 

heir Kocalled halfday, proyin. ^ ita Inevitable in ibnMienr«l exlintiuin eir. -,r-ivi’ ■ (few so)ve«| n h\ 

»t gofKl enough - reave in |M»pulriiion empha.xi/es In the me.intimc pie.-Lxe i ‘-on ,,-on: a heii.ojiicr an>l nei. 


1 have long mairiiaimnl ’hat o's true the need for growing me as amongst ihe oiics wi lio.; pu:»rer Fhwd Tale. Jr. 
All stores, huge .»nd small, jwtwer AT ifie same time siu-n in rli.nute sf.meihing i-»x' ard 

xhfiuld rloj.e ftfi Mi»n»t.iv .1 pisir an Increase puts particular em s.-»Mng (tut'lc lake a |uiK — 

business day anyhow ami put phasls the need (or mote |<,j- ,iuj |>eople l> *■* I I' I 


,..^ slew solvT'l i* h\ Tb'»m fs --.imj'soi' and .Iimmv 
heiiiojiicr an>l t»ei. Rl.ick were euo lined 52'' nr 
»yd Tale. Jr. bemg ."y. il.ivs .n tiiv ci>uri w-hen they 
admitled ie»«se' sti.rf of liquor 
~ t.mirarv to ihe Indian A- ' 


their staff f'fpialily with recreational facilities, Surely Ji»H 

their fellow Workers other meana ran be fnuml for 

I don't see why the fjve day '“Pplying increased p.iwer w ith- 
week Workers shoulit nhieci lo but devaxling -Siralhcona park 
their fellnw workers gei»ing a exceplmnal beauty and JULli'“ -'i 
break. In these .lay of relrig plax ground chAracienxic ' 
era’orx f<...d ...n l»o preset veil Our founding, fathers !S0 year- 
Wi.»-s " husbands, and <>t *«*• realueq ;mpr,r--. 

sons Hivl daughters enjox the Nitathcnna fwrk xiai square 
Inexiimahle boon of a week emi “f na'ural British Colum- 

hliniild he prepared lo make ihe ^d** grandeiir in the lentre of 


Ji»H\ A HKADLI.V. 


Ilearsl ()uils 
As Puhlislier 

NKW YtlP.K -Al't - Wilhxm 


|{rilisli Kmliassx 
Damaiied lix l ire 

i • 

l.I.SWiN' >Af*' — Kux* ricslTTivi’d 
the lop (l.xir and r.*of of Uw- Hi’tti'h 
■ i; here J.ite K- Tw'i 

If.xer rifvtrx w«Ti* ilan'-'^'d by 
water Tile flic js iM-heved l«i have 
s.f.nrted m a . himncy aln-r oflicrrs 


sHenfice inxolved to en Vancouver Nhuid bv laying U lUmkilnh Hcarxt 


>'nd.«v .an h.ni burned old document" 


Waller Hardlne Riniise, 
llMtN Naden, was fined a toytl 
n( by Justice oI Hu* Peace 

Representative Wanted 

to »»:; D«‘ Pi*ln» A»nio* to 


Xitiei'e t o. v«- co- 
ni » fi * Ri • - ' t ' * ■ 

M.-T» !»h R‘ 8’ BU!!’e‘* M#DCo^4 



IT’S WILSON’S FOR 


CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE 


CADILLAC 



Rure that s;ile.s si.-,ffs enjoy the “-''d** con.servalioij, i>miwcri lu" ..s.gjMiKm t'ub- , 

K.ime henrfii Women greatly heme if RC'v IdOut of the N.>w Yoi-k .hmnud 1 

predominate as .xales 'clerks In Prog'*’*-- conUmics, and there AmrrH-.ui to .icvoic all his time | 

our xiores We owe it lo them «*v'Ty indication that ii will, his [-xsi as rdii.'f m-chief .<1 All 

to see lhal their posHton ia im- -■''ifl«h«ona park will be Infin- lleniTi n.'Wspa|M'is . . , , 

proved. di’H' more valuable lor ret rea- Me ix being su. ceerlixi h.v | 

JOHN KK.NNV Ittona! purpo'U'x than It is even Seymour Rerd(*on. genci.xl mait-t | 
PO Box hsrj tf”'''' ger of Jnirniitlwmal News Service 

Vicluiia. HC ’The w.iier line t.f Buttle lake 

; should not he raised above M.u j’J. (’amwI.llJjT 
SaVP fhP l*Trk water mark .auslii,- \ .ll> x .UIIolttlMl. | 

sfKiilage of the jiark. arul * av | 

Honrav foi Mr. Ch-irm.tn' At rUUens are siningly urged m , 

I,.-t some..ne .s grung to do rally to ihe defeme <.f ih- ■ »»iiva 1 sr. i | 

►.•meining cvmcreie about this beauiv.sp.rt prnbablv one of th** Const. Lome .'xhandley of I 


proved. 

PO Box htfJ 
Viciuiia, HC 




7*H >ales Street 


Save the Park 


Fitx (!onslal)!c 
(»cl.s Folice I’osI 


•Shandlev 


Welcome, Pethard & Dawson Ltd. 

Triixel .Xgenta 

TO TIIK 7(MI K1.0( k. ^ ATF> 

--Mng Them Kxery Success for the KuUire 


LEASE CARS 


Enjoy Economical, efficient 

NEW-CAR MOTORING 



thi 


1 arefa»-e .1 ihefi ..f ihe assets of world's (inesi. before it Is i.i.» Vici.iiia city poluv i|ep.,rimeni 
Mraihci.na Park lore, ft bidong.s to ihem and was eu-i tixl vl.-e iirexideni (or 

Now' please print his rfddicss their progeny and m indeed. Kmi^h C.tlumbi.i at the anntml 
R't fhar we who have pisi com worthy of their best effuria to- metuing l-'iid.ix of the \\'cst 
plaineif up lo now ran . hack wards conservation. -ein r 'anatllan Policemen's As 


him uih bv lontributlng ‘finan- HARKY I>l’KF!R. so«-iot)on 

nally lo hia effortv to xave our Ibtn Serreiarv. Fred Doughertv. \ 

p.irk from nonaiion BC Wlirternevs Park* was reelected presidr 

t 'ome on all you campers AxxoriAtlnn. meeting m Kdmontor 

hikers. fishermen. phoiog- Vancouver. B.C. 

raphers and naiiire Inveis, giu 'ITiInlodiri \\\r 

behind this puh|i.- spirited citi-, Othof SoUTCf'S ■ II l/U 

7.-n »n.l hrln pr..v..„, f,,,. 

thrr .M^mpl, „n our ,.ubl,o ..ro/ ,n.| cn. 111 Air f .rasll 


ein r'anadlan Policemen's As 
so«-iot)on 

Fred Doughertv. Vancouver ' 
was reelected president «t the ,i 
meeting in Kdmonton. I 


Othor Sources 


riiirlcni Dio 





' , ,, . ftf the Butilp lake projeci it 

lUnp yn„r MI.A » lino unil lei „„'U,ary tor 

him know ....w you (eel. i»m>. . , , ; . 


WILLIAM A JA.MF.^ 
RR 1 , l..ingfor<l Staiion. H C. 

I Mr Fric ('b.ir'T.an's mldrexa 
1 ‘ Ctesci'ni Ro.id. Vn-furia 
HC 1 


TOKYO «AP*— The Uniied States 

.. . , ajr force today x-iid ihcrr were 

the government or s«»meone In .. 

..... ApparenI y n»> survivors among n 

authoMty to show raij^se why j,,,, 

thU IS so neeessary at this „me. Thm"-lay night An un- 

when the production of power ^ ^ parachute hamd SO miles 

fr.im atomic .souro's is cumiiig 

close missing Amen.-sn i*l.inc Cn- 

P will nevei N- jH.xx.b»» lo n,mI oxxgen Uadcs 

rrsi.ur Ihe (.ike »o iU pri-s.-n t--,,*,. m ihc s.mic 




GONE UP 
IN SMOKE 


If could happen In you . . . 
a single act of ran'IesKness. 
nil accident nr faulty flue 
and vou could lov xnur 
home f*heck your inHiir- 
am p now. Be sure you are 
prrdei Jed with ample cover 
age. 


IS easy way. 


/ NO CAPITAL OUTLAY AT ANY TIME! 

y.io release fio/en .'apiial f.xr usr m vour buxioe*s. and the return on It goe* 
to liirihor reduce ihe «' 0 M of operating your cars. No worries about buying 
new car* or selling old ones. 

/ ONE TOTAL MONTHLY PAYMENT! 

Ynur monthly billing i* a dirert expense item Vnur nffh-p tn free nf cost ac* 
counting, bookkeeping, eic. , Wllaon’a maintain all ne'-es.sary reeorda. 

/ NEW “CURRENT MODEL” CARS! 

Kvery model and rolnr In the car of your choice, maintained exer-new by 
Conaiant replacement' 


THK KK.HT PKOTKfTION .AT TIIK KIf.llT KArKS 


the missing Amen.-sn i*l.inc Fn- 

«.» ' r— .... lo „pon«xt rafts arxl <»x>«en laailcs 

lu l l 10 l(ritain ,rsi...r Ihr (.«I»P »o Us pn-s.-n f-r,,!,.,, ,n il.o s.mic 

It would t)»« as well, juxi now .'.mdiiion if it |s loggiuf off and 

in lemmd ymit lea.hM*- j>f some dnnirned; on the niher hand 

|'.iri of Hie greai debt ihal this there aie other source* of \y.\V YORK .AP--lJnxcr An 

country owex in ijieat Britain jK.wer whirh would not entail ,hoi» Ki.mgMme had jusi p». krd 
and her i>*‘n|)lr .To mention destruriion nf a na'innal park up ^ j.imn paymil (or a whole- 
rmly a few things ('anad.i IXelay of .< year or two. in ^ile meat hrm Kritlay wiien « gun 
c'Miid iM'xcr haxe bn-ome whni face tif ihe rising oppoftdion to man hopiied Htaiaid hix truck ami 
ahe la today had M noi 1s*en for this project, would ap(>ear to vued ihe first box lhal came to 


NKW YORK .A!* --lJnxcr An 


Secvuig I lifer io for fl4 V’emv 


RITHET 

CONSOLIDATED 


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Phone 
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Hrillsli money )M)Uteii mio the tie a good policy at present 
e..unlry in the earlv d.ivs, f..r K W AHKAILVM. 

Rniinh enterprise. f,.r Hiii'«h lli'i K.althful aHeet, 
engineers and oiher pi" Victnim, BC 


h-iod The Iwmdii niil—n«>l with Ihe 
IM.xmll t>ut with W ix'nts w,>rth of 
hrruklasi mil* Fr-xiiKiimc hari in 
his inick- 


Free! DEMONSTRATION MEETING 



GAIN CONFIDENCE 

^ COMQUfff HM 
DfVfLOP llADiltSmP 
SPiAK tPfecriViLY 


DALE CARNEGIE COURSE 


VOl .\KK INVITKI) 

To .\Uen<! n Free Demonstration Meeting 
of ^he D\LK ( AKNF.tMF ('OI RSK at 

Tfr'iT>nrrTi»g*rr»»r?rTiT»ti tct ourr u r tttti - " 

McEWEN’S 

( ORNFR IMU r.I.A"? AND FORT 

Tuesday, September 20, 1955 

a.M r.M. SHARP 

Tuition Inidiiilrn cost of alf meals for entire course. 



pvi r CAKsir.ix 

Aatbar •! Has I« Win 

• n* e* 4 #lt 

You wiM see a i-lass 
fn action and learn what 
the Itate ( amegte training 
ean do for you. 

ClaHHPH also starting; 
in Duncan, Nanaimo 
and Ijtkc ('oMichan 

rs«a* •ril* •» rail •< amr* (»r 

tSlMlK«U«lt IS* r««r,* 


Pethard & Dawson Ltd. 

-TRAVEL AGENTS- 


announce 

KKMOV.AL TO .\ L.AlUiKK AND 
MOKK rONVP^MKNT L(K ATIOV 

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12fh 

734 YATES STREET -(Ne*r to Scurrahs) 
SAME TELEPHONE NUMBER — 2-2822 


.AIR — R.\II STEA.MSHIP — lU S 

AND HOTEL Rp:SEm'.\TIONS 


Votes at Quadra 

VICTORIA'S PIONEER 
AUTOMOBILE LEASE FIRM 


Congratulations to 

PETHARD & DAWSON LTD. 

On Ihe Opening of Their New Office 
at 73t Yatea Street 

HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE 

"It'* Cnod In be on a Well Run .Ship" 


"Proven and Dependable" 

IS NO MKKK Sl^iAN 
FOR PKTHARP I: DAWSON LTD. 

\S> Are Prrmd of Our 
Victoria Repreaerxiaiivea 

GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY 


.'ijiwawfiH arra a ■e aM^. , 



We S-perlall/e tn All F.Xpense Tom* 
to All Part* .if the \^■or^d 


4 O TMn|« 111 * r>sl* I •rnf|«r 
III l»«r« W'H HM, k.« lt« 

a S|)eak F.ffi'cHxely 

• Conquer Fear 

• tnrfea*e Ynur Inrome 

• Develop Self Confidenr^e 

• ’ <ell” Youraclf and Your 
Ideas 

• Improve Your Memory 

• Increase Your Ability to 
Handle People 

• VVln More Friend* 

• Improve Your Peraonallty 

• Prepare for Leadership 


A Oen»i»’ ro.irv* i» Sf* twin, : all 

Mo'uri ••■•rlvt) •• Oa# «urn t-rn.«hAu< t”# 

t’hl'Mi ai«if* «nd C4naa« stii •••ni :ali? k» 'n* . .T'"'V«.n>(v le 

lAie tow CDUCM Wht aw I toUA* i»»nrt«l tnH fr* 

par* tMurielt an* t«,ir *«ni».i^»aa Ifli •fTern-* »*#a*riMn 'Xrmfn in* 
ttsi* Cwu'**' 


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‘SrnmaiKtn •ksui tha Osh 


To scctire pood, choice accom- 
nKxfalions for the comme 
season, early reservations are 
stigKesled. Off-seavm rates 
available October, November 
and December. 


ci«* ......... „ . . ei.A«» ... 

eiaaaa r*a*r*a aUran, Irs* Maaun, T»**aa?. 

K*p( M B( «M an 

n>a*fe Sara > i H«« nan* rr*as«'«> ' . • 


& D Ltd. 



Proven and Dependable 


Congratulations to 

PETHARD & DAWSON LTD. 

ORIENT LINE 

CUNARD STEAM SHIP COMPANY 

"Getting There 1* Half the Fun" 


From the Palms to ftie Pines 
"ALOHA" to 

PETHARD & DAWSON LTD. 

THEO H. DAVIES CO: LTD. 

Honolulu, T.H. 







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Britain'* »UMt IJKht < ar. 
IhH 

STANDARD 

MAYFLOWER 

IB NOW AVAllABLB #Tt*JM Kt'-KK 

» fattmcvr «• 'o w MP" 
f>*I\l rr TODAY AT 

BRITISH AUTO 
CENTRE 

n**4*airt»t« >•' 

W(l. . >k»i*«r« • Tri«mM> 

971 Yatf^ IMump 2Mltt 


kimai*— 1 Mr* Bu.lPR i Mr r«n>b*r 
dahlia* ptfmpi'in I Mr* Hlni(>>ori J Mr* 
Rarkfr 9 Mr* fra'or dahlia* miri'a- 
t ir* I Mr* Mf= ivpar 9 Mr* 
iladlelua rina >a>* im*p *p>kr« ia;x* 

1 aad i Ur* Arr<oi 


Mr An<lar««n pratha*- I M 
t irrat*. BaMIrtt -I Mr Dxio 
*ffY aM)*r »*rlr'j I Mr rhar**' 
• I Mr fX/i«f 9 Mr BraUni 

hlarkbrrf »• 1 H AHiim 


REG. WOOD 


kirtoBiA arAiirMT op hi bk' 
IIT'i I'arnaraal At Phaa. A<!3IS 
Itaart T*lilai»~-Pr.« TAal I **••»• 
lailraatMilt A*allabW far Trial PUa 


S peci al Set InslalliMl Two-Hour Show Slated 

Color TV Comes to City Todays 


6 fiailq CCoIoulat ^ *' ■* ® ' Sai v,.-. ii, i 9 S 5 


Tliousamls FA|)(“( t(‘(l Today 


R) KO> I'AICKiaT 

Hundreds u/ Viifi*rta viewers 
will catch their firsl «llin[i*e of 
color lelevlaiciii when NBt'TV pre- 
sents a two-hour '■‘.pectacular” on 
channel i this Jiftemoon. A local 
television Urm will have a color set 

for the even . 

fh.n Ilfwa of rnnathin Wesilnc- 
house Supply (’omp.inv, «.n Yates 
street, said yesterday that a I'l inch 
color set will lie Ir; operation for 
NBC TV's CSOfiOn <*omedy. *it 

Our Teeth.** stirrlnp ' Mary Martin, 
He4en Ha>e« and (ieorrre 
bej{innin£ at I..TO thi.s afternoon 

Color lelevi'inn set.s. whtcii < an 
pick up either hlark and white prr 
srarrit or cnlr.r telecaTl* will ai*o 
tie on rtUplay In stiowro'-ni- »»r 
several loeji) Alrm-S f»-M we*-k at 
limea to he annoiin(*e<l later 
* • * 

The movie Industry follow* Walt 


. jNsitey's lead In presenting Hsq new 
drsmaiic programa on leleviaion 
beginning tins week, “Warner 
llro(tM*rH Pr»*s<‘ntB,'’ Tuesday night, 
and I'arad**,” Wednes*lay. 

“King'* KoW Is the first of 
Warner Brothers’ hour long film 
(hamif-. prtKluced especially for tele. 

on KINtMA'. It will alternate with 
two Ollier Warner headliners, “t *Aa- 
hlaiicM," a my.vtcry and advemure 
MTiea. and **Cheyenae.” which will 
hiing Lilea of the old West to Tues* 
day evening viewers. 

(ftHtrge Murfihy will be host for 
the ".MUM Farmclr,** u, be seen Wed- 
nesday at 10 . al.so on channel Ife 
will let viewer* in on preview <*it'iie<< 
of forthcNmt'mg MtJM piciutcs, *'>.1 
t.-:.. tliem on a loiir of the I'uKer 
I'ltv MiiUiiiA nil this week s *liovv. 

« * * 

Biggest TV news for tlie children 
’ll** starling of Walt Disney v. new 
•’Disneyland ’ Uli ntograms Wedne>- 


iJay night on KI.NG-TV*. •TKiimIi*i.‘* 
the elefihant whuae aalMlke eais 
were the object of derlsom until 
they enableil him to become the 
world'^ only (lying elephanl. is the 
star of this week's show to Im* seen 
at H 10 pm The new senes will 
also t«* aired on t’Bl’T Saturday 


*Jhe ('aiuulian football classic 
the lirey Cup final, will be televlse<l 
"live' on CBUT. Vancouver. Satur- 
day, Nov :^6. Arrangements have 
now b<*ed made with game offtclala 
for on the spot coverage of tl»e 
game. The tlrey Cup fixture will 
also he seen in li^stern Canada, via 
a relay network of I'nilerl Slalea ’A' 
Ktatinr,- 

KuMO-TV launches Its bigs*"^t 
fiioib'ill .seaMin to daii' next SatUi 
day with llte Miami Oorgla Tech 
game to l>e can led in full color 
’1 he channel 4 station will cairj* ii.e 
lop NCAA grill fixtures each Satur- 


d»y. ac'veral t'vergrven Conference 
garnea and two Seattle high achool 
games as well. 

Many of the forthcoming games 
wilt be televiaed In color. Including 
the sptN.'iacular Kose Bowl game, on 
New Year’s Day. KOMOTV will 
nrjt carr>' the Grey Cup final as 

Ifti Army-Navy battle instead 

* * * 

hauiion d« >aiera, head of Ktanna 
Kail, the party In oppo.nitiun to the 
government of the Irtah Republic, 
will be tills week’s guest on CBlfTs 
“Profile, *• ’riiuraday night at 10 30, 
on channel 2. 

Peler Scott, son of Capt. K<*tier4 
l-'ah'on Scott, the famous explorer. 
Is huHi un "lAMik at Rrltain,’* ttie 
regular Krid.-iy night feature on 
CDL'T Tilts week s program wdl 
de.i! with Antarctic wild life and the 
tivUie* of men who s|M*nil long 
winters in polar regiona to collect 
srleniiflc Infonnatlon. • 


BOVCK (iAIUlKS 

A T f M . a M«* M S 

PIANO 

Theorv. hnrmnov, hlstorv, 
efr rrb.*ate and rlass — . 
I17A Kosl>n Rd 2-nM 


.lapan .loins (»A fl' 
\s T)th MciiiImt I 

■n»KYtt ‘AP* -lapan loflay be* 

( itu ;ii)i full member of the « 
Gt-nrral Agre*'tncnl un Tanifs and 
trade 'ill days ader a f.iMirobte 
iMiiiiiint.s majority vole of other 
members. ’n»e feat chmax«Hl three ^ 
\ears of effort. Japan applie<l in 
July. 19TC.' and haa Iwen ,i non- 
voting member stnee 

; October, HIM. ^ 

' FOR 43 TEARS— VICTORIA'S { I 
LEADINO BUSINESS SCHOOL I 


^ mill" \ irtiioM) 

r 


Composers 
In Season 


Featured 

Programs 


'I'lie only tmpurtant names Ini compllshed.' the ^30^>car old. ^ 

the 1955 D6 program of the Vic | conductor .aald. 

tons SyTTiphony UrchesUa arC| "Thin year, we are eoncen | Predlrtin^ thnt .several thoasand por- p<'i 

"" , .«jns «ill wat.-h the free eoncert by an 

hv Han. -ruh^r t 'al ra'"' '“T'”* ""I 'he Victoria Symphony Orehestra at si, 

by Hans Gruber Ir. diacu.ssing i come to hear the music , . .i r, tt:ii ^ -i. *u:- i 

the eight pairs of conccrU jt u not the name of the artist i J','* m *? 

aiheiluled between Oct. 2 and that counts, the only impririabi | * *nce Butler, left, MU5loiaas Imon sci 

Mftrc'h itf. hii 6**vcnth And nftTn6 of th^ coni loinl WHrt'tnrv, who or^nnlztxi Iht* mm 

orchestral 15th consecutive poM*r." event Under .«.{jonsorship of the miisur in 

aca.wns. i sea-'on marks the 00th ,, . . " ~ 

Last year. \se departed ftom I Sibeltus and f* /a^lf /l « r /i f v gkf iifikdtgl ii'it 

that Idea tn show Ahat the _ oqqqj ar.nlvera*ry of f- * OOllliflll.S iPf lAMlflMMllV 

people m Ihe orchestra i-ad ac , b.nh'nf Mo^Vl. A Mo^afl com - 


pt'i formant e (rust fund. Program was 
arranged by rondurlor Hans (Iru(»er. 
st.inding, and the .">S rnu.'^icians will 
include Stan anti ('orol Mci'artney, 
seated, who reUirntvl to Victoria 
MH'ently following .summor-Ionft sliidies 
in the ea«;lern I'nilcd St.ile«. 


WYNNE SHAW DANCE STUDIO 

KKOPEMNti MONDAV. SF.I*T 12 

ru*M« l.r ImI •iBa.al* *.m« »■ l.«l itr** 

1312 «M).’ RKOI (.IITON KT. 


WARD’S 


KKNNKTH JOMN.^N 

V’ersaiile. l-Tyearnld l-;mnein 
Johns^ai ««f l>ei*p c’ove -ured 
.highest marks In IK’. f«*i 
graile five pmno exammatinns 
,of Toronto t’on.servatory. He 
will rei-Pive silver mmUl and 
j<2'» *cholar.shtp. An accom 
I phshed organist and clarinet' 


Singprs 
Aspire 
To Fame 


(KMiiUon will be heard on each 
uf four concerts, while four 
works of bibelius are listed 
for two concerts and the pin 
gram U not oampleie yet. 

"Kserything will be played 
for the first time here «xcc|>tl 
for otMt or iwii Hems. ’ Mr I 
Gruber said “By and large. ^ 
we do not ref>eat mu-slc from 
senson to season" 


‘Cakh a Star’ Only Fair 


B\ .lOHN .Met l.Al.S .Hl>i!ity to imliitte clown miro -iet-mg them more hgpplly situ* 

NKW YORK iNA.NA’ -The * numb**r, and ucca-'ionally alud sanin. 

' ' . report to s<nnelhlng approach — • 

'w seos.oi got off U-. an early studious acting. 


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Our Ktrliishe 12-Wee>k Trial Offer Inriiiiles 
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7Vk IfV* I >ube*«.d “By aTd- l.rg; .ng s^udtous .c,mg.“ 

/ O tame \ we do no. ref^af m^.c from , tb,H*ght she was a. her 

* senson to season" ihis week with a socalled In calliHl “Room 

*rhn>e .4 . ^“ftK‘ngi The VClmemlKT orche.xtra will “male review called “fatch a for Kent, " a quite effc-rUve 

ope u s o u oiia ivac ^ play Ihe fourth largest season Star!" This will not be the l)rst, *aiiire on the deep mujIIi a* In- 

he cl't^h toward fh^ "‘^mginS'®' orchesfia in Ganaoa - i or. ceri.!lnl>, Ihe worst ef tort of h’n'relefl by Tennevwe Wil- 
lie Climb low.trti ine • '"K'ng Toronto, Montreal ind,,i,« u., . ban**, and “Arty." another 

,--<ar. I T, morrow j.ckpoi. .v.nrourrr allhoush vo-tom!"^ " ' ^ " .l,nrllo appar.-miy ha-o-d on 

The three II started were the 13lh Canadian ctfy In sprlphilly new |he movie ’ Marty.’* 

asked to make recordings which ■ 5i/<* laleni. an agreeable »f not dis 

Will h.. . ..ivsideied b> a board of .,-rh- ^,ha.r t, o--. * J Ungutshed score, a few hUarlous Among the other young men 

judges . .Skeiche.v and dance numbers, h^rs of the ca.t there at 

' nntihnc* *n natritnaM in niial.ta,". .a,.......! a J 


nla\er. Ken is .savine rolom&i .. .. ‘ a . u . The VdmemlKT orche.s 

rou... rnrniny., h„y „r„,.„ .un^ 

Film |.--<*r. ,,l T,imorrow jackpot, .v.ncou.nr allhoush ' 
n*llL^II I lllll The three II started were u ih#* i.3ih r-inMnian 


I thought she wax at her 
Ih**| In a «ketch calliHl “Knoni 


The cotirM you choose 
. , , And PAY AS 
• VOi: EARwN 


Spxott-i 


IV ! Will h.. ...ivsideied b> a board of . rh- ^th-r t, on*, h--. * J tingutshed score, a few hUarlous Among the other young mem- 

I riZP-ninfUM’ --^ketchev and dance numbers her* of the ca.t there ate 

. , ' They arc bacHonc Robert A1 ■ and a i-cncral a.n,n-,ph-rc ot -v 

\K.\I( K (I P. ^ A Dani.h Ian llu-it>an(l, 31!I8 Local; me/ ‘ ’ , cnlhusia.m. '' 


ACCORDION 

GUITAR 

VIOLIN 


film won first prize at the 16lh ^o-soprano Angela Clarke, 621 
liiternaiional Film KeMiv.il (-*nipson. anti contralto Merna /’I *1 Ol • 

bcr, .satnetay n,.i„ and an were Vint,’''"’*^ 

American film. The B.g Ktufe," nianne Hlfford, -<;hlrley \ifr‘lfpc tn Rsv/lc 

plS'-ed third behind a Hu<Man .Mam. Kitty L>lxon. Marlene lU IlillN 


On the IcKs hap(i> aide of 
Ihe t«*dgrr It imivl be mked 
that there are prutraclMt un- 


several good dancers, most of 
whom also sing; there are .ilno 
some singers who can dance: a 
Ino of <ap,ible comics who do * 
litlie of evcr>'thing: and ’liitcle 
Adam'i. who oniy slng<. hot 


PLl S 


A FREE TALENT LESSON 


Also expert Instruction on 

• PIANO • TRl MPET • TItOMBOSK 

• ( 1,\RINKT • SA.XOPHO.NK • OKI MS 

«m our Rental Purchase IMaii* 


rnrxic. Vaiue. Arlene 

The Danish film. "Older Ba.hinl Sardar. 

(The Worili won the covehnl 
Winged Golden Lion of SI (’j... \ I J^l 

Mark. Second prl/e went to a ^ ▼ HU I MM 

R'-xian color film. “The t’l L:t*il U * I ik 
' caU ■’ fn>m a short stury by H I MIC llpCII 
Anton i’hekov, dire. ted by S Only 32 woiiU 
Samsonov. Ipfr the»r nam* 


funny lapM**. blackout* that *h*s xo with style. She ».* en 
fail to black, a great deal of iru-sted with the show’.* I>esr 
specialized Jokes, and Ihe ten niimlM>r -r.. cu ,.r N.o r„ ru. in 


.. . . 1 speciaiizeu jokes. ana me len numlier 'Tu FU* ur Nnl Tii Rn In 

• aiue. Arlene Pettigrew and SANTIAGO. Chile (API — ITie, drn«y to resort l« iinnec****- Love" 

Ba.hinl Sardar. Ghilcan government decided Fndayj aary vulgarity In the plmh. , Kegrettably I don t believe 

David Boras, the one veteran « Siaf" will remain 
* s . . handles his Intro-' long In Ihe firmament, hut it 

doL In hnTl^uhXst7mli«iS! ‘^'‘''htn.s .tnd sketch duiiea us some bright 

to w.iUld KhipmLs of Mrategicl**:: an new people and the promise of 


School of Modern Buaine.** 

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caU” fn»m a xhort sk.ry bv MHI H MIC ■ matenala lo Communi.sl -"^nlrM-, ' 

-I. .1. 1 * • k * iThe Outran government gave no eire«iixe. 

Ant n « nek'jv, directed by s Only 32 woiiUMie X'olers have reason for lifting the ban. i Par ('arroll. the other fra 

Samsonov. loft thetr names at i.'iiy llalli Uured player. !•* making her Niw 

■77u* Big Knife ’ was dirr-i trd ,sjn»e the voters' list ojK*ne<l ...v, ,v.-^ *i *.• # i * » ' Broadway, and regardless of 

by Robert Aldrich and stars S**ph 1 uui.ijr.-x /\iih i m b ' the fate "Si.ir*" It 'cems safe 

J.uk P.ilanie and kla Lupino The list stays open until Oct.; Kxquinialt Gulden Age Club to predict shell bei-ome one. 

It IS based on a piny by L'hfforrl 31. All new hou.seholders and holds Us first meeting of the She has a pen and expre.ssivr 
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Kdwaril Gee. secretary of the i Mr* a***an. i Mr* j Brrd*n *ord*r 1 

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★ SZIGETI — ONE OK THE HALF-DOZEN ACKNOWLEDGED GREAT 
LIVING VIOLINISTS' 

★ THE SANTA GECILiA CHOIR — DIRECT FROM ROME! 

Tltis world-famoiw rhoir romo?; to North America next for the first 

lime' This i* ihe distinguished chorus of the Academy of Saint Cecilia in 
Rome, and is considered to rank a.s the world's finest.’ 

★ JAN PEEROE — AMERICA'S KORKMOST TENOR: 

★ ANNA RUSSELL -INTERNATIONAL CONCERT COMEDIENNE! 

After MIk.s Riis-sell’s first appearance In Victoria, we have had hiindrofts of 
requests to present her again. We are, therefore, very happy that a date 
has been arranged for our 19f)i-56 senes. 

^ LEONARD PENNARIO the ttrh.liant yokng pianist: 

Five nations on two continents write of his greatness: KNGL.TND — ’’Nobody 
plays the piano ladter! ’ PARIS — ’ A phenomenon of the piano"' AMSTKR- 
DAM'-"A great pianist!" GEINOA — ”We became acquainti'd with a great 
plani.st!" NEW YORK — "Not many pianists can play with the superb, tran.s- 
cendental virtuosity which he revealed:*' 

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to the general public. One of ttie*e “extra" event* alread.v hooked i«: 

THE BALLET RUSSE DE MONTE CARLO 

Thi.s exdLinAf company of 100. with Symphony Orchestra. Will apitear for 
tw'o performances only next January, Single .Icket sale will open to the gen- 
eral public around the end of November, but s«»rieg subscribers can place 
their orders any time before then, and the tickets will be held for you . . , 
Ticket prices for the Ballet will be as follows; 

MATINKF/— «S4». $?W. $?.1i. $1.75. $1 IS. In<hiding Ux. 
rVITMNG— M.M. $4W. $5.45. 12.9#. $ 2 J*. $ 175 . including tax. 

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Baili; (Colmtial Vietom. B C.. Sub.. Sept. 11. 195S 7 


Sheilah Graham 


Stars Down to Earth 


lo return to e<'hoo| in Suiizorland. Bui the 
laifntM rhermer steyinK riKhl here m 
Hnlhwood She'JI Rtiend the CBS whorl, uk* 
ing drama, dancinu and sinfiing leRs^-?*= and 
appeitr on Boh’i TV j»hnn oiuy* a »t*rk 

hirU wr'.ti' from Franre that his 

uifr .tone, la thr moni frusiraled woman tn 
Pari* “lihe <an t huy -tnx new j;own^ here 
h(N-auae she* pregnant That’s the way rU 


HOLLYWOOD iNANA* 1 was told that 
<‘lalre Trrvor refused Spenrer Tra«'>'« pic* 
lure. ’The Mountain.'’ because of billing ! 
don’t believe it To Cltlre. the part ha.* sIw.ins 
been more impoitani than the size of her 
name on the nedUs . . . And whoevei .« 
advising Lloria itrahame about her picluie 
roles i.sn’l doing right t»> hei In my opinion, 
she was hadly ml»icast in her la^t three 


vice kite could offer tn y<King 
glrU starling out for a ca- 
reer In movie*.. Mere It Iv 
*'lt la not enough hi )ii<*i work 
and Hliidy and have talent. If 
you don't pul It to work every 
djiv." 

After A \rnr of lhi« strerni- 
n\,^ ■.ludN', ^hlrlev went to New 


BY •nHUI AH LHAMAM T wav two years otd I 

HOlXYWOOn t NANA > hIw.»> ^niSing. I would 
'•p.eM-M! don’t pinch me or UlX 'he -oal miners in 

loud to me I still think this " VlvanU and sing In ther 
all a dtesni. and H i* - h a \yo\ Rr W T\ (OMK.sr 
pietiy dream ih 1 d«.r, * ^ -it .j 

t.. wike up” I'jcMv S^Mlcv . „,»o| plav:. «nd got the le; 
J..no 5 voungest and ncNWHl • »r , „i«nninP in i 


I . «•: i>,.i a ioKe. I eo-.i-: i^jnre U'U'ing Manhalian. Shir- 

a beauty rrmioxt for Miss Pill*. 

went to vee 

burgh, preliminary to the Mi-'J *;hinncr. I was 

Amen. i r-mie.r Ry luck. I audition to ainr for 

w..n" Then Shirley won a Modcers and Hammei^rem. f 
■:iio!arshlp to the Pitt.shurgh number* and the di 

rioyhOU«.e. plus voice |es->ns -Will vou wait a min- 

for one yeai Mr Rndcers 

’n.,- w.i good training bui iv across the street rehe^rvinc 

II w;; v'l fun It wa*. all hard an or<hestra and I’ll get turn to 
‘^.itk •tnd nuiiij a day I fetT V.-^e over to hear vou' When 
tiKo quiinug atul seitling flown i^e fellow went out ihe floor, 
I.. s a ^ = ;.ewife. a»*d f ui- mv knees rattled togethci I 
' m\ s|..gi.,;,- lo Ihe b.ithiuh vvav ;aie<l 

Ue ulied all d.tv atid we \|{|- 1 > Tn HK ATM” 

wo.Ked all night putting on same two ^ongs 

I*'"'' f.,r Mr Rf'di-er* and told him 

*seeMiK hf*w whlplev has ^ rhUn 1 have ans pi .»fess.|onal 
II made, I asked her what ail ,.xnon»*n* e. Me said very pohre 


I had lusi « Mfiie 'W. lri>m 
stfing ’’Oklahoma” ti>e great 
R-rdge: - and H.immrrHici'i 
musleal as .* m"^ie at Metto 
P's gorpe«nis A't.l In the tejd 
U Ml«a Jo:.. I ..1 

h'Uied HmI Fl*.:.*:;- ■ !• — 
v« hn pl-ived l,iorie lo u- t-fur 
log "OKIabf.mH' ' ‘ •• i.l 1*1 d 

li.e pail If. itip But 1 

Jiisi don I *•»••• Ii • ‘ '' I 

i'.t'o ijc'leind --.i.iilcv per 
lot inant 

\f»t coMifUt With grabbing 
the t aurle ptom. shIrley now 
haa the MpiaMv fahoituiH |»art 
of liille Is *■( aroiivel.” 

StUlng 10 he. iHf .Ilf • 
fom Shiiley told me •'i-sei 


liana Winter on the set of 'A'lew From 
Pivmi»ey’» Hr.id” -i keep telling \ou Ihat 
>lar|on Brando and 1 have been sprnnir TtniT* 
aied and that’> win I'm going 10 Mexico, lo 
buy *otne painti.'iCf. to fix up our house ' A 
gal can dre.»m, can’t *he'* 

And whatever hapf»eued to .lf»sanna 
AlarianI, aurf will Marlon ever return tn the 
fi*hiTig village in I’lttue where they an* 
rii'i.»'.-ed their rnga-cTiem' 

•tune Haver visiied ,-i t alma tnatei^ J‘’"h 
Ceot,.r\ Fox .lod watihed husband Fred 
>Iac>Iurray >l«i a di uiiK -••ene -*?omc idiot 
asked. d"iH. he ever do that at home’ .tiii e 
replied .Not Fred He ’ 13 * the moat won* 
derful disposition from the lune he gets up 
tn the morning until he g<^* t'' hed at night ” 
liannv Kave will do 'The Red Nuholi 
Stf’i'v ’ and Danny is looking lor an Fugli.-h 
Bi tress to ..-.star with him. Jleaai’'n' Damn's 
picturea are even bigger hits in England th.in 
here 


“Oklahtima”’ Otherwise, iht- Iasi ptciure is 
terrific, ttordim Ma« r»e must keep hi* hair 
curly for every future role Suit* him im- 
mpiisel). And how he smga those woniierful 

iOflg''' 

Shirley *Ioni*s looks like a 1 hf*rolale-ho\ 
dieam. . Hod Steiger as Itidd is sure of an 
Oscar mmilnation. And 'like T«*dd\ huge 
screen Iv the best of ihem all Paramount 
Is rooking a foUow up lor (ieftrge Onhel and 
.Milrl l•a> nor after •The Ruds and the Bee* '' 

The -lackle < ottpers will he mom and pop 
In Fehiuarv. . . . t»lona \anilerblli can'1 wait 
for Frank sinatra lo reiui n l'> New Y'nrk . . 
Krrol Flynn is getting hia yarhl ship shape lo 
go hunting for sunken tieasure . . . tirmce 
Kfslly's ex beau. Oleg f assint. figured in a 
fighi tn Rio de Janeiro, . . . Marilyn 'lnnr<w* 
gold her convemhle ynd is now selling *be 
rest of her odds and ends m Hollywood She 
will commute for “Bus Stop 

Bub < rnsby would prefer daughter Calhv 


LlltiP S ijEOUp 

Award Winner 


SHIRLPT^' JONKS 


Mixed Has Due 


MOV1KW n ANNFP 
Marine molmn pictures will 
highlight the fir»t fall meeting 
of the Thermopylae Flub a* S 
pm \S'edne*day In the former 
Dally Colonist building. d 33 
View. 


7 /u> Entertainnwnt l*arnfli 


rv>i-*a«ter Plnycv- Ciioup w* 
turmed under the presid.^fi. 
•'f tj I D ?milh and ihe dirr. 
tot’ .up *'f Mt - Klofu N 

wiicco.k attended the efforts 
of the group from Ihe verv 
iM-ctiinlne. finaitcially 

and arllstlcallv . Their ‘’The 
)la|ipv .Imirnev” won the 
'’oiiilhc’m \ancfuiver island 
lirama iesilval m l!H7 and 
Mf-'i (n«\*>ianie Vyrighl. later 
«tf Ihe >ork I’lavcrs. carried 
off thr I>**h| aclre**. award. 

In Jbib »”*' Donr-asier Plav 
rt'. le-.iiKe =he I.'ik:' Ptav 
i‘i wi*ii :i'e • .irif Ica'lei-f'd’ 
Ti-.*l vraf. --f Lukf . W*::; I u 

he ; liitu ind bC'.i on.-.t.* 
pl.iv BV- .vid*-. - well .t U 

bor;ii!.suIi> inr- 

wliL’iit w.i. Ml ,\i. iiC.l.‘nn. Ih( 
a< Wii' l.c'-iie Allan. 

KrNi At lt>K UIH 

At iiie (e*':'-*l fwi> \r.;r 
la'er. t’spi, f F fiih**nn v 
best actor wi#i 'tI>iiic<,Minade 
ft.,.; -. 11.1 iii.-ie were 1*> J'. -m 

t ; > meotiuns The m*vi -.!*=■•.» 

Mis ‘.n h'»l • ■ ftie 7 ; . ’ w : 
liu» l>e.<i Ml- ....♦! filav, Mai I-/.;. 
M.trlln ” lie r«e-i a>l»e- 


The* a •MBtKrr >n • mt 

• r'lrln Dm Vi l«'i« ••'ll «'<S 

lk*«00«l ir«it|it •lir**'"'* t* ts« 
n*iir I aWmio f«fk «H«*i*- 

By H B HIVN\ 

Formed .. -re a ?= c i*;- • 
an end **’c Lu .c s = »-■ 

h.v* |>r*iC-rr <cei| - l .. 

e'otved inin f r id the ■■ •• 

SI|. ceSN. 1 , 1 ! ‘r*."'!! I' d "I ■ i'i‘ 


Recruinr^ of women in’o »h6 
pe.iceitme Rt'AF began in July, 
ir>l 


Hfirko were *enl lo the gal- ScMier" \Vedne*eiav and Gary 
lery on p«*fmanent inarv. Covtver s "Tbe Cowboy and the 

Fi'ial eniertainmeni hig'iiight Fndav 

- the Walt D: .ey feature * * *• 

Ladv and the Tramp" it the \rrthwesi-Mftrr>pfditan opera ^u- 
i'apilol Theaiie with the Disney dmnns will he held here Srpt I'l 
travelogue ■■Switzerland. nnd applicant* should trleph*..- 

• * • Mr* T H Johns a< 7 . 

The Ari Gallery will re.«ume 1 omedian Kenneth 'b^re has won 
waek'.v noon-hour mncerls of the ro|e of lrgir»s an hero Doucla 
le. nrded music at 12. ”10 next Bader in the .1 Arthur Rank film. 
Frtdav. Slgn-up lists for ihe -'Reach for tbe 55ky” . . Pavirl O 

ri-isidicn’* fall pam*ing -eason Seizmek will woiii f.., RKD - ocw 
will he po.-ted at the gallery' owners . .^ind trsf k rxcerpis 
W ednesday, wuij rlaxse*. op«*n from .Sir Ijuirence Oh*. ;? ■ ’« ''Ham 
to children from age-* I to lA- let' will be lirard on CBl’ at 1 Vi 


Svmphony Orrhes'ra, in Cam- 
r .-r. Memorial pav:i >n ,n 
Beacon Hill park ai J 10 this 
afir moon. 

( ondurlor liana Gruber 
plans a prvpular pmgram, 

dedicated («> the late 'lev. 
Beatrix < ameron, who do- 
naletl the pavllbm to Ihe « lly 
htit never saw Ihe ttrthesirs 
play there. Aid. '1. H. 
'IfMtney will make (he dedica- 
tion. 

i- .ani.'er v-sx Vince But'«T 
••■riiuary ol Li. al J»T ihe 
-Musinans' I'nion. *vMd sp.'o.s'T 
. ‘.ie music performaniP Irusi 
fund, formed by me I' .S gnv- 
eciial ernmem to ene eviia work to 
ky in muxiclans Box offux* for the 
winic* symphony .-'’;i.von opens 
icerts -onormw 

V Ol • Music to meet aH t,i* e* j* 
ball- aUo the program of i':e R('AF 
Hotel, hand * from Edmonton, tn v 
ii-lude public concert in Memorial 
Cham Arena at fl p m iod,iy Solarium 
'Junior la»ague will t.ijf'f a -.liver 
*rnl|pct|nn. 

I The barvl is to play at Vri- 
lOrans' Hospital at 2 pm. tomor- 
row and the Solarium Tuead.iy. 


At ( I. AIMED FRO'I f OA‘*T 
TO (OAST . - -A TRl I.Y 

GKFAT 'lOTION Pit TI RE 
YOt '1.1. t IIFKIWH 
FOREA ER • 

th» <.!»•* IU,i-«»ll*r 


new I'oncr*-;-- ^ 

IJio I*quipmeiil o t>c 


n to plav 
T knew 
•usy. 


. me to i ~ 

..■•iin." o— the *• 1 -■ 

kiTPen tC'-' W f 

lU I I o I At RIF " 

•■ I htee Wi*«*k“ vvi-n 
iff --'a;:e one rvi.v-' 


rUnut l{('dtal 
Onvns Season 


Bene Davis’ screen comebark, 
vs ElUabefh I tn ’’The Virgin 
Queen." reaches Vuiona Fri- 
da-. It’s at the Royal, following 
’L.ve Is a Many Splendored 
Thing • 

The Odeon bring* back "Wu- 
ihenng Heights' Tuesdav. and 
pre*'ei:i.- ''Frantis in the Navy' 
Friday. The Fox returns "Love 
.Mr or Leave Me” Thuf-day. 
following "King Richard and 
the CTu'.ader'^ ’ 

A! the Atla.s. "The rTodigal ” 
c-vme.s back with Affairs ol 
Dnble Gillls” tomorrow, and 
•The Racers ’ returns with ’Ten 
'ne***oe Champ" Thursrtav. 

Returners at the Plaza Tuesday 
are '•Genevieve’* and ■'Ooctor In 
the Hoti*e, " with Frankie l.aine s 
‘ BnnB Your Smile Along” arheo- 
uled Thursday The Oak Bav » pro- 
gram •' ’’The Stars Are SmBing' 
tomorrow, and ‘ Clf*uded Yellow 
Tliursriv. 

The lYiminion shows "Jump into 
Hell" and Along Ihe Great Divide 
Tuesdav. wilb "The Night Ho|U 
Terroi ' Kciday. .'v»me of the Tilll- 
rum Outdoor featurrs are "Ciiy Be- 
neath the : " tomonow. “Pony 


Ihe \oice on tbe f 
rod -! lb.* of rr.y manriL;* r He 
-_iid •H-1-' Ijiune’ I *lid to 
me floor knowing th.vt 1 had 
landed it**’ role in f'e movie 


PETERS 


"The rase of the rnixhed 
rciiintas” was a isa.-l hntMtr 
prrtorinance and last vear. Mrs. 
Don* Menard in "l*ossrssM>n " 
was best aiipimrllna actress. 
Apart from presentation nf well- 
attended major pmdwtions 
every year. si. t^ike' s has also 
been must atllve and auc«-ess. 
(ill In supiMirl Ilf Ihe drama 
frsliv als. 

IS Ihis a i-i'iop'H-ie • «i -I'- 
nf Ihe an. .-rsv ac!-.;.--. ; d t'rv ihi 
which tins rumf-cted u 


MARGARET MARTIN 


OAER M.tWO PAID Ol T TO DATE 

.ON THE SCREEN ... 2 TOP HITS! 


HOLLYWOOD (I I')— -Arlor I»»hn Derek aakj 
Saturday he ami his wife. have aeparatwi 

heraiise Ihev "have nothlfiR in common. ’ 

The acior said he had inquired of hia lawyer 
ahtml separate mainlimanrc. 

"Basically, my wife and I have nothInK in 

common.” Derek saiil. ... , . * 

Mrs. Derek disacreed. She saitl she w*»tild not 
j»el a ilKorce and expressed ho|»r for a reconciliation. 
The couple haa two children. 


«od 

COLOR 


THE PRODIGAL 


UNA TURNER EDMUND PUROOM* touts CMNitu 


t almospti 


itr sr xrturH *4 \wxkh 
In tt-.:-ir [x.mtnion nr*»m-< 
vsl ptecriiiAlinn of Hiilh 

(,■ Misv Mntiin 

•udged best 
('sio| M.vcf 
;ind n«* Ivy 


• TS# .<**»»• sf p»M» Oilin'* 
p.shi. tftsaW. ashhjr V.ul 


THE ART GftLLERY OF 
GREATER VICTORIA 

1010 Mosi SL Phone 4-3133 


SI SpFNSr AND 
E\< ITEMENT! 

At I *4. AST. i.1*. T II. 


HELD OVER 

CARY 


supporting 


Shirley leniple 
On let Homebody 


alfpeo miTCmcOCkS 


THIS WKER AT THE 
(..ALLKKY 


IIFAA Y TAII-S 

rni-tailed :vheep are rai'ed 
film 'br-u:i:;f=;jr the Near t^*!. htit 
not only for wool, milk and 
but be. - ;»e their tail*, 
which weigh up* to pounds, 
part ‘n making 

Mrs pas'ry- 


SI'N'DAY ■Jt'*''' Year* of 
Chinese Painting and Per- 
maoent Colleciion 


TECHNICOLOR 


MONDAY AT R30 PM 


k Anne ^ ^nd the *.■( was 
i,i| by Alec ||u>ihiuv. 

HI. leXc* initiated a t'hll 

drrn's Ihcalre In (•reater \ W-- 
Imla In ISM. pta%ln* '•l.lltle 
Ki-.l Klding H'hkT’ heinre smne 
TIMM w hiiol <hlldrrn and 
psticnis si Mir Htdarhim. t'lsv 

(or >A sf-asnn has nol yet 

lM-»-n s« |e, (rd 

Ml • • *h s*l»o luti-f f.-;;..*tc«l 
1,.-= Aiv*.. Plnyi'fs w ■» A 

- ; ol lb»* St 

.like group bv r-.r-iain C F 

i.liijiu who pfc»icled f'"’ five ^.„^|itrie il 
He w.-.i followed Ihi* ycsr 
TV Rnwiker. "t 


Preview of "Alaska Native 
Arts’ and *Tbe F M.iud 
Brown Loan ('ollerHon 
f*-ir Member* of t'Jallery 
and n<' Indivh Aria and 
Welfare SfHietv 'to be 
opened bv the Honnoiahie 
\V N ci;an». Minister of 
PuhUr Work* . .■=:pecial 
apeaker. Mr V R Farrell 
of Se.itfle' 


piT V. Toung niaiK 
thr littlr loTMi on ihe 


( anadtan National 
Exhibtlion Opens 


OUR NEXT ATTRACTION! 


STARTS MONDAY 

“THE STARS 
ARE SINGING 


Brlllsb **lars of 
‘Marita, "* "IKrcfor al 
Hca ” Make PersoiiaJ 
A|M»earancea 


i| she hoTke her no m 
It }r, 1 •'S a p‘» ‘ • *‘"f 
1 ;,. nn:'---- '- wleoi I 


WATCH FOR OPENING DATE! 
INTRODUCING THE SCREEN’S 
MOST DELIGHTFUL NEW 
PERSONALITIES IN A 
DOG'S AGE! ! 

..loed#d with 


Mstl'Sl Csmta. Is Cslsr 
.r.iB'ln. 

an*> vivav r 1 novi v 
( VI aiT/ vtiij Hiiia 
vsxv wvaiv viaia«*H(TTi 

■ iBflB*. nSBMBt Bb 4 S LSSII) t* 
ViBft ( 

a.ittua oksM SUB.*'!, 
(•maltl* ers.r.m V 4* .44 

r^.iBi* si.ti* : ! ■ • 


fi Ks, 'nmol 'c.H SAT — 
•iUme exItlbiHonc ax above 
FRIDAY Recorded Concerl 
12 Gallery Tour 2 lA. 

^lldren’s Painting CTaaxex 
.signup list, will be poated 
at Gallerv 9.10 am. Wed. 


President 
Elsenhower Utea 
Over I S. l-lotMi Area 


VTILjItJI bidnet 

MONPAV AT ?.*' PM. 

“THE LOVE LOTTERY 


“Xllss (7rea( Britain 
of in.AA'' Selecti*d at 
. 'Inrecamtie 


The nr«- tune ch !d r:: “ ic st.». 
v.,\r, thr tncr. of golden • 1 " 

a 1.1,, nf U i ! ’ ii::-’ 

•p-- ..Id be ■ -Ai^h.-lcrliil l<»* 

bui;,.:-*, po-- ■ '■ 

it her own :hildren aren I loo 

g4.«;’.. imp*essefl vw 

- fpr of them re^ rnUy 
"Irl'r liked Them bu’ dn I think 
I v.iiig verv well. ' aaxl her motn- 
er 

In Stmley* lame dies 

hn.d .She xtill gets about LVI Ian 
IrMei. a wpi’k. rp'-sily Imm .S»'iith 
Arre«M'a nnd mmr parts of K'l- 
n.pr wliere fhe little girl piciurrs 
still vrr h. »ng *h**wTi .She doesn't 
t!\ lu i-r them 

fi;, T-U Wiis a*-*'.*“*ticd 


ond Hoppirt«»f 
tv«r altPrf 


“NOT AS A 
STRANGER" 


«iT AUTINt. 'lONIlAY 

»MifB Sir W»iii*» Sf«ii» » Ss»*l 
IHI IVII-M 4 X 

“King Richard and 
tho Crutadert" 


NOW SHOWING 


A Bost-Scllcr and one of the 
finest stories to reach the screen 
in recent years — 
A Guaranteed 
Attraction! 


Olivia He Havilland 
Robert MItchum 


oiiwttJaKAVlUWyV ^ 
•oarr MITCHUM •* 

rw« SINATRA XjJ. 
ttomiGRAHAliK V 

laoocro CRAWrORO- cawts BCAFORO 

Prlrs* IMi 

vni(.i* t I. :•»*■, *o*T 1 S4f 
f Mil oai N a#*aisr e*t*«* 
lOliVV St I U I > 4 . 


Frank Sinatra 


Gloria Grahame 


• «4 ‘•l»r*sa»'BBO SbbbB 

«» 1 1 ( Tft> «Moai «• aif( ra 
a**> ntitff s « 

I amrlst* rrsirst* 


hIoi « li.?".*c In In'p.- Iiille fls.i 
n',' ‘.h4- hM‘ir,: r.-^iH TYie lash- 

■' Inm wi«v h -' -ii ciU an- 
rKMincid rii r :..mrcti'Oi with ii w i* 
immrdi.itrly xw.smped wtih <alh 
for her — rvvie* 

fYiildirn *lreHmi*d m bo|nng lor 
a glimi— e nf .^iirlr Most ol 


AIIDMTK SHOW TONKHIT 


rriNiU)]|>w 


COOPER nra— 
LANCASTER 


(ha RttST <ert«on (aotuf* in 


CITY BENEATH THE SEA 


TsrXBlfster 


3 nd HIT* 
niKK BOt.ARDE 

•*THi SLCCRIMI TiaiR 

VtaXIS aXITN 


L.YST TIMK8 MONDAY 


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8 IDuilii (Eolouint Vuiofia. bc . $uo. Stpi ii. 1955 


Confident Shamrocks Await Opening of Mann Cup Final 



r*} .3 


ink 



V'irloria Shamrock cfMich H<vi McMiilnn 4 right) and 
Derry Davies ol Nanaimo 1’imtK*rm4‘n. h leplar**- 
mcnt for the Injured Tom Drure. are prnt>at>ly 
envisioning a Mann Cup victory for iIn> Hoek^ as 
they gaze across the Memorial Arena floor last night 
Just after the Irish went through their final tune-up 
In preparation for Monday’s opening game against 
Peterborough. 


Confident they ran avi*ngo two previous 
rup defeats at the hand.v of the power- 
ful Peterborough squad, the Rooks will 
count heavily on these five plajvrs to 
stop the heavy artillery of the high- 
st jjring IVailermen forwards. From 
left to right are ly’w Landess. Bill 
Biimford. goalie (ioordie Johnston, Nip 


O Hearn and veteran Arnie Fergu.son. 
Bamford, O’Mearn and l^ndess are 
three of the five Shamro<’k defence- 
nten. while Ferguson, who has alter- 
nated this season between a forwanl 
and defence position, will !«* up front 
for the opener. 


Tliese are the players who ai'e e.\j)ecle<l 
to do most of the damage on attack in 
the Shamrock’s bid for their fir.st 
Canadian lacrosse championship. Fixim 
left to right ai'e IVe Wee Brad.shaw. 
Lany Booth. Whitey Severson. Alan 
nil). Harry Irwin. Boh I>obbie. rookie 


A1 Davies and Jackie Noiihup. Archie 
Browning didn’t work out with the 
UoT’ks last night hul will la* on a line 
with Severson and I^>olh on Monday. 
Defencemen Arnie Dug/m and IViry 
Davies, lioth of Nanaimo, will In* with 
the K(M-ks as leplatements. 


Indians IJeal Bosox: Boosl Lead 
As Yanks Lose on Lrror in lOlli 


( amu k (ioarli 


L af It 
M\rx 


1*;. 



tioH im > «r «s» 

AM»ai( AS l» A«>l » 

I ; .»|.J m'. 

nt* Yurk M 

lif- _ n 

Kt!: - ‘ . »i 

w«<nin«'a» «■ 

B4j',cr.i<‘» ii 

SATIOSAI U A«.| r 


Kr« kr>rk 
Phiis;2ripi>. 

Cinrin’.i'i 
OhK - -- 

eiUMuran 


Uw-ii Amrri( ;in U-j»rur tu I'j .’i»tn ;,rHj 

oa gamei o\«r New Y*>rk Saturdsv '*tappcU I.M'trukt. [►J. 
ts l*> ;.:!::.inR I** beat ihr Boalon R«l . ' 

\ AMCRIIAS IJ A«.ir B II t 

t Sox 10 7 uii Uir Yfttili riropi>rt| a • SJS f?? 3 * J 

»•, pri‘9Min f.aclcrd loih inninR Ihnll- •?. *»oi 


LDDIK ROBINSCJN 
. . . co*lly mult 


The .%A<MK'bili'd I’ri’AA 
I'hf' (Irvriami Induas klrrUhrd 


■ box . . IMMti.-r. aio JS 4 t u 2 

oa at at morrirnlA ac j r-- SkriPiRi *7' vt.it*) 'i> 

,, Icrmitvil both game and ”7*' . H«fa ? 

20't turn out tu bc the vital fartor in Kitu** ‘ ‘ aai' • • 

|h. lumd pc„,«n, n,,v A hltlo ol 

3' the h«at was taken off Mu* Imli.mv ■Joro'iQ '» *nd AtuH'h c««rkr ai.>bt>. 

jr. "nrt piJcn on the Yanks l.ir Sun- .'-V'., * ‘"i, i , „ , 

dav .. vital OrvcUuMl N*'w York f*'* von itbi i lo j 

douUch.-vdrr at Yankee Stadium m*.*''*' 

...» . BA’t'r C.clIrniAn. SurdhAiit ) 



Resled Rocks Open Third Rid 
f or Canadian Crown \londav 


Il\ l\N UI.KNPA^ picked up c*f»mbini*«l total of . . . )i, i. 

S oiona Slianmx'K'. well Ji!6 p-.-in?^ in fini^tilng one two scoi in^* loi.iu i-,.*.-! n.,,| 
ifsled and anxiou* to settle a in the Ontario l..a«ru'«e L*‘ajju<' ;-!r.?r i- «i..| Jeir;y 

*cor«» with Peterborough Trail storing race .jr? Si;..o the -r..; n-:.il, 


a' j 


ail.'.veo. winning un n •J-oui or- Rwv’ioi* • .. f'AT E«.AN' j,,,. Ruet'e<alve the tone replaermeni 

ror by fimt baM-man KeWie Kobm- •«« au»... i. \ Heran deNmceman of 14 sea m the scramble tor the The Trmlermen M-ekinc their 

..n, kept in the running only t'; aAyosAi ifAi.ir son.s with NHllonal and Ame«>- p^i^ed M^nn C’up. the Sham , fifth siralitht ihamtmm^hin 

games brhu^ the flying l»vtiau.s. , rock* Mart the, r quest for their , vAmp, 1^1 an 

’ ,>‘‘ar*>ld Pat Kgan ha* been f,n,t Canadian championship > ,n Ontario leaeue and idavoff 
•me drfral jua. about ruined ..r’lVrcr. ;»lftned a, coach tor Vancouver confident that they can ' Uon 

Bostons chaneex. dropping the «»* Yof* m oee ojs a » J ‘ H..fkev i .? 

llr.1 Sox 6 oil u.r p.,,,. Thr '.V, Toli; ruRBoA K^xn. who.p.ng," „ K.ndx o( Ihr Po?i? f„g” °I 'L' lo"pn"m^''‘„wr 

lY.inks hot! a 4-gamr winning r..*.-- rfomAo i tnd Bur- has played with New York, , i. t- n \ point* over 

^iHMk snapped ,.u,d e.d of s Rangers. Boston Hruln* and De-' I9 .k 1 the Tra lermen wrap. i Ihliile* and then won eight 

TraiJing 74 goinR mio the sev-'!:!''**.-''""** '£.rV’ , ,rolr Red Wings In the MIL '‘’PP‘'‘R 

onlh .r.nli baurfe^ tl^x »nrt p,., tnrmr,l l.„ vu-on with “1 ''T'!’ V 'S ' o'" 

defeases for five runs to Win the Providence Reds, will ^ toria. and the Rw’ks lost out Rut the Peies have lost | 

m-rv-e - tingling. ^ . ^iw .-ontrsl «i' iii S?J ,S i Art Chapman, who will M key player, from l.at 


Foiirlli-quartcr Major 
Gives Eskimo Cliih 
Trium|)h ()\ er Lions 


score with Peterborough Trail storing rare .jr; 

erine.1 went through a xilfC Peinboroiigh def.-r.eeme . n «he IVif-. 
iwohour woi^out last nigh’ iri he Harry Whipper I.tmi \i- ' !e : ■ 

their Jlnal tune-up before • '•f* Hrioux .-vnd Be\ 

taking the flwr against ihe'"’^*'^ G'^^'-uds are 

. * ■ .. .... K<M-ks lMUi<1e>. ,1 rceiii.ii n • I 

powe.ful Eastern Canada la H..hbv I > f ■ 

cro.KM-thamplnn.s in the npenln.g Thor|>e Curly Mja„m Jm, Hef- i , |Lc 

game Mf the Mann Cup final* at f^rnan, Atex Ar,h,hnld and > I Mr 

Memorial arena Monday nighi o^ani Rurir. Ivfen. eman Tm.v 
Matched against the Trailer- HAmh-o of Fergus Thistles U 
men fnr the thinl *uc<'e<*lve the tone replacement 


live mJ»-- h.-Al R: 


•'miili ofnl Ihiiii.h Vilftielii 


-'“I Arne..-, c„o he sham fiMK 

r.id. can Hockey League team*. 3'. ToX^tar. the.r * ralght i hampmnsh.p^ 

0*2 lan- i 1 1 ..pAroirf p»i K.tan >ia« th< If quest for their ,vAtnt, lied an impiesslve recirrd 

*20 *1* 2 2 » > ar a r ai f^-kan tu* bet n fi^^f Canadian championship ,n Oniarlo leaeue and olavnff 
•u^r j*ifco*i hiiim»u signed as coach tor Vancmiver ... .. .. .V _ ’ I xnu.irio league anil piayon 


M. ■ 1 1 ^ 11 TV! nerve - imgling, saw I'onievI 

I Raljdi Kiner'.s two-run humrr off S7.r*lrd *‘nT/ 

MOW 7»uT sTAMO ^ ^ ^ ling Bs tf the Crey Cup was at •eJn-fer KIhr. Kinder, hui second tn ' 

*dinortf.rf I a »2 2« jt slake, was out.sfanding for tld- days made it 7-6 

sTc * ^ ' * j *ii Id* I thonltin. When KirBler walkc«| Hroe Wi«id- ^ 

waViw* ■ « * «« ‘?i ; Rt N ling and Dale Milrhell. he was re- 

HU touchdown came on a pic- Pinch hitter 

VANCOeVER • CP i Ed ture ixin bj yards over right l-'rnon ainglrd to right field 
inonton Eskimos rammed the guard. Ihniugh the entire Uon *”** '*'b*-n the hall got past Jackie A 

line and i)iowi*d fla.shcs of team and ended with a goal- rolled ui and (% 

aertsl strength here Saturday wartl galhip with the BC. play- reached third 7 mi 

night as they edge<l Rrtllhh era on his heels. A1 Smith, who smashed five am- 

Columbia Lions 18-1.3 bc-foie a Lion.s an.swered with four ***"* IJ’mon home with the ■ T • 


VICTORIA COUGARS 

• 

SEASON TICKETS 
NOW ON SALE 

AT THK 

TICKET Bl KKAI^ 


“*«i ii* 5?? I? lArl Chapman, wlin will *rav 
»..«««, -7. Aod w„h the c.,n..rk« ouidnor box hi last year's **mud 


In five games at Pelerbornugh’s several key fdayer* from last 


817 Fort St. 


2-2822 


C.inuck.s a.s asslsiant . , , , , . . 

..r„« .1. .«a cf.o- K*'"*’’' 

^ weje washed out by rain and 

' the .Shamrock'S Ihrealened lo 

def.mlt the series. 

’ L ’ Stiamrmks will have iwo re 

L_ pUi*emcn,s Arnie Dugan and 

^ ^ V * , Derry Davie<. in thetr lineup 

k L X I ■•'vi game of ihr 

V I fill I ill I Will bestuf^even serie*. providing 

^ 1 -^ ^ lililOill Ihe C'anadlan l^aiTO'se As*o<-ja 

* ® lion Aanrtlons the use of Ihe 

’ Ala I I pinvefN ai a s|tcHial meeiin»: 

0 Alter Odds 

. ' Ihr blaik-halied Davies, a 

opilrnl.sttc the $TiO(X*i Cival<ade uf ihiif lower of stu*ngih on iiie .\a 


wiu.r c uon.s an.swered wiih four «.mu irw 

record Western Interpnivlnclal t-on-seeuRve first down* one of '"'uramv run on a saiTifice fly 


• 4 .< n un JOQ all yarO.^ t iABt 10 W 1 1 H «n •*"'''*•*'* ***** *'** til Uif I - ; 

Canadian football attendance, Psklmn tackier bane, ne nH **‘ 8 ^*^ *"*'“ "^* *^ reli.-f Ar.-h.- M.-./.n.'. , ....... . blark-halied Davies, a 

topping the 28,013 set here la.st his neck. ^ Indians Ik>n M«»ssi n„,K,.i.,, ff^rr, » i. i* 5 ^''L<X*> ( ival. ade i.f ih.if lower of vin'njfih on iiw .\a 

month when Llon« met Calgary "I*" nuilerl down the viriory in the «_ h-A.m Touiiuunent with s.-ore>« of J 09 naimo drfeme this season, is a 

Siampeders. Edmonton put t-;> ( = eighth an <1 ninth, mai^ino ih« « u si*n*h ..f Vancouver la>l mmuie replacement for Tom 

gethrr threw convened touch |> * • Heveland = imfmrl.ml win w.ns i.nrde ^But thev'^are not*’'hlvin^ Impte-siw 1,827 Drure. who came down wilh 

downs and Uons picked up two 1 1 )) I II Il'PQ of' 'he stadium M-orebn. 7 rd ',ni noticeable^ efferi nn o f ^ ^ ‘‘‘ hei k on Friday. Dugan 

converted lourhrtowns and a ■ till II IX I O the Y'.inks and White . 8 nx tns.srd neiiino r..M. t . .. hi. t.;-cir...i.^ < hampioashlps hard playing Nanaimo toarh. Is 

single V... away game winning rhanre; Then heavvweicht .'hamoion r.m-Icv 1 ' . •‘<Jturd.iy , . replaiemeni for the second 


Foofball I'nlon crowd of them coming as Bartosh ramb- 

The figure was a record ft»r led 24 yard.s. the last 10 wiih an 
Canadian football attendance, Rskimn tackier hanging around 
topping the 28,013 set here la.st his neck. 

month when Llon« met t'algary 

Siampeders. Edmonton pul t-;> ^ 

gethrr three convened touch I ^ * * 

downs and Lions picked up two 1 1 )) I II 

converted touchdowns and a ■tCIilllXIO 
single 

Rambling quarterback Jackie / 

P.irker generalled the (;,ey Cup 1,11 lli || 

champions the entire di.*!anc.- 
and Arnie Calllfa .servetJ full 

time for Lions a* bolh team* »* »■» I 

played It tight all the way. J t iniillll 

MON.S LEAD* 

H C. led 76 at Ihe md of the 

flr>t. hut Edmonton came back t< '.i Ct 

to make it 12-7 at ihe liaU w m JJi J 

Lions look a *Ilm 1.312 lead hv f-** »n « 

the end of the third quarter, hut ,e«n V?s: t* ” {«» {« 

Edmonton's f o u r t h - Quarter 2 ?*.'*“'’ . '* •* '• 


Urbrfer Ray Narleski singled in 
aiHidM r run f<*r (.Irvcland tn the 


Speaking llrieily 

Archie’s 0| 
Fails To Ail 


Optimism 
Aiter Oikis 


MOTORCYCLE RACING 

WED., SEPT. 14, 7.30 P.M. 

Zo KIDFK.S — 20-I.AI* .3I.AIN . FVK.NT 
flaming hoardwall cra».b, side ear*, ladder rllmh. 
Travel oul new ImIbikJ Highway lo MllUtream Koad. 


away game winning rhanre- Then .r \an«ouver ■•<jlunJay , . repla.emeni for the second 

Ml Ihe 10 th, the 3 *anks were for««‘d srarrlan ' ^ ^ -R'lin F. 1 ullin*. 69 , former ma- 'Iraight vea, and lakes over 

|m vise oulfietdrr Hank Bauer hr- ‘ _ **' ''*f lf*ague ba'.rhall player and 'be injureit Hob Mon 

1....^ ii-_ t- ^ . . ■ Thp mi^ri \lhn m.\k^ lh#« aoKan 


Im vise oulfietdrr Hank Bauer hr ‘ lf*ague ba>.rhall player and 

hind the pjnie brsMu.v rHichrr m.vke ,he odd-^ om-iime manager of Boston ^8ban 

Yogi Ikrra, nuifielder-cafciier Kl- have the undrfealed. 31 Red .•'<*x died 'Saturday . I'.iv 

•o.ti Howard, and Churl, e .Silvers .'f*sf‘Jd Mairiano a J63 favor ^ « hih | 

wen* out of Ihe game. *'** brat off the challenge of • I I recovr 

,he ISvearold light heaw 


.SiKrra went out for ruvh h.lirr ngnr neavv 

Robinson m the nmih atwi Rotim- "'''-7 ‘hampion in Ihelr 
OBI, son lt« 3 k over firs, m Dm* UUh. 3 ar,kr^ .Siaihum 

, Iterra wa., lon'cd out by nn upvt •'"'* 1 *’ 

« siMm.Yi'h. It ' 6 to-l that Mwue dor-<n't 

I* .\limnr Minoao who Iva.l dropped *'"*^ *< Marciano and even 
{J Baur r t liru-r ,n Die nuith wiih two ^”bey lhat Rocky makes an 
II n.jl tn permit Mm key Mattllr to Aichie hi* 4 . 3 rrt kayo vie 


ed >ox died ‘Saturday . Ibivies worked out with the 

« liih l.7«i nighi While Dugan !- 

I >* I I recovering Irom an alia, k of 

iHirpIllW' I |SW#sc but is an almost rei.atn 

s, alter Mondev 

1 /1 I J* |v« I I'oa-li Red McMillan la-! 
n I will I Im n *) I nigbi named five Uefrniemen 

I I 111(11 ,nd ouie forward* for ihe open 

Dr i.enr.*e Bigelow nut B‘ll i^mford Lew 

hi- hid for ih.. r.«i. N'P Olieam. Dug.n 


DOMINION CHAMPIONSHIP 

MANN CUP FINALS 

LACROSSE 

MEMORIAL ARENA 

MONDAY-8.30 P.M. 


Erlmonton's f o u r t h - Quarter «>•»’*“« It •« A»7 I Haurr * iirur ,n Die ninth Wiih two »va«w» in«isr> an . w,. . . . ” Nip OHeam. Dug«n 

.ourMown «„k ,hr«,xr";' ’* - '« ; f»''” »"> >- '■> 

In (he find, aeemd «nd Rainiers cliruhed tlie Alberta ve.sierday a= be was (Jeonlie John 

fourth quarters. Balmonlon - ruasi Ua.M*hall league *75 -ff Johnny Ku^k«. Di'spite the odds, the Uns a* defeated by Tom Hoak of Min 

rambled tn touchdown* before Pennant liuvt night by trimming ''Gh A anke.- pUi her well as the experts tunsider ex- neapolis. iwo up in the . 36 hule ^ f* ^ 

the .session vv«h four minutes D- Angeles, 3 1 . at .'Seattle Tom Morgan ntdausl Kucks al I'pcirnml, lalenled Moure as final round over Ihe .laxprr ^f**dshaw. Bob Dobhie and 
old. It took (hem until nearly fl^i'nirn. hold a three game lead **"* ’****^’'' l-'b Nu'man N.eTdurd fG-vky : toughest opp»jnent xim e Park golf course Arnie Fet gu'von on the .Nu. 1 

Ihe 10 -mlnute mark of the over .'^n Diego with each dub lu sei-oml an<l Minnie t.-ckai*'' captured ihe title •-^pi 2 . 1 . Ho.ik w.vs one up after the »t'«iking line, Archie Brown 

fourth to score the touchdown •‘"''ihg two game* rem.nning. ’*’''’** " h-’' Gall Morgan he captured the UHe ,<sepi. 2 . 3 . first 18 holes and won the first ing. Larry Booth and Whitey 

that won the g.vme ■ n a ,r i 'brew nut Bob Kennedy who had I 9 .i 2 . from Jersey Joe VVivlrutl two holes of the second round Severson on the sesond unit, 

i-.. • t* • i»rr.-i on hjv-.- five limes iinri drove Iti one of the mo.sl ihrilline Hipelnw lied the matrh .• •».. .r.a rx-w.Ui- «i 


PETERBOROUGH 

TRAILERMEN 

(Eaitsra CliaaiFiaM) 


VICTORIA 

SHAMROCKS 

[Wultri ChaMFiaai) 


ADVA.NCF, SAI.K NOW Ol’FN 

Ticket* M«y B«' rnrrliaseti for l•■|r•t four <t*mes 


fourth to score the touchdown •‘"''iBR two game* rem.nning. " P-’' Gall Morgan he captured the UHe .Sept. 2 . 3 . firvl 18 holes and won the first ing. Larry Booth and Whitey 

that won the g.vme a ,t i threw out Bob Kennedy who had lO.iJ. from Jersey Joe VVivlrutl two holes of the second rtnind Severson on the sesond unit 

Fullback F 9 irle LIndlev cchn SS 2 i ^ ? ‘t • Gm. on h/.*.- f,ve Hmes and drove !»• •'ne of the mo.si ihrilling Bigelow tied the match at the and rookie Al Davie*. Jackie 

played a (wo-wav ball P.m* w.V"l heavyweight fight* of all lime. 14 lh green but lost the m-. Northup and Al (Jill on a third 

icorrd Wrrnntnn^- LZh' ’ ‘ ' xl-x.runtx.mrr kllt TU.W, .ilvsBKR.i Kt.l.ll: BisHo-- conllnund It, h,vr I, nr 

down at 3 40 of h,. J, ‘ J 5 IJ 1 Then Game the vital •'break *’ ha"***- niy AUilcflc* have pur- trouble with his dDves. .sending prrvs iirur toiiav 
quarter, fioh TV.vn innverteil o^b«uB'ti' jr,,.., , 1 . jurriti .rj Millard *Dixicl Howell grounded to pitctier Krrilow and hi* IRth tee shot Into the trees, ' _ ' . ,,, 

Ron Cllnk.s<-ale went for Ur c ^i^^snV'i shortstop Phil RutuIo whose throw cat.T. r Joe Lmsberg from Sraltlr and taking two to get out to Jhe Trallermen. who will ar 

tnuclidown at 7 T 7 mnA ai n 1 A"*''** «oo *u« i t I lo first got away from Robinarin G*r a "conwilerable amount of love the match by iww holes. *'i'^ Gere tmlay, will be 14 

Urd converted ' ' *'SVc*« rh«r.h*‘*.T!tr. ^ ! »"*» streaked home w.ih cash ' and three players to be ^ • »-'r‘'ng and led- by the great 

The sinale whi t ♦ ''*'**• rmnni-if t7* k>R<>:n« > the winning run named at the end of the Coa*t Raac 34 F.STM RRAfTlt K TODAV goalie Moon WooKon. and for- 

.prllrd thr margin „t . In Ihr nlhrr Amriirnn fc«>l l/;»Fiin «-»*in B™l M,™,., V.rl^n Wr.l oMhr Vlrlnrl. — nj. Ikr lllldrtr.nd .nd 

came at 1 . 3 -V When PnilerH h?I ^ x.-a * , 2 g;,n,r Kansas City brai Washing- HoUywoml. the roast league * »nd District Foothall A*sn» i«. *p< edy Bobby Allan. Hllde- 

on a p.valvL'flM .u* ton HA on Dus Zrmial s r»ih and I'^nding pitcher. Will be *old to «'‘'n will hold a workout at S J. brand and Allan will he two 


$«as»n Ticktt Htidtrs 
At Artat Bti Offiet 
MaaJay - 10 a.ai. ta I p.ai. 


I NOTE — TIfkrIa for Mon 
day's game not picked up 
I by I p.m. .Monday will be 
I sold. 


Qontral Sait 

At Artaa 8 ai Offiet 


MaaOty — 

II a.Bi. fa laait tiait 


• «4«ft *#w« lomi tino nrsA. lift.; tft . - _ 

on 8 jsoalwArri plunge near Ihc t<»n R 4 o on Gu^ Zrmu 

line, lost control of the ball, 
which aquIrtH Into the end I) Aaa I 1^*1 

zone. Ray Willsev pounced on / » I I mi *1 I I L' 

It and wa* rouged I cl^^ / i I I tli K I U IIS 

Rollie M*!i . sixired Ihe only 

touchdown In Ihe second ^^-3 111 ■ ai 

iri-;r.,Tr;r,s 1^ Ha l Koushru ers 

answered for Uon* and again ^ ■ 1 . A / 11 w 1 1 1 I XI V | O 

ToDard kicked Ihe point. Parker. ^ 

Dean converting. sewed up the iCP, Calgary halfback l^rry Isbell and ore 

game at 3:23 of the final Slampeder* put an exciting fnd .Stan WllUama 


UI iitiiiywmi. inr riMSi league* ‘'iiti riiDiitaii ahstm la 

ton AA on Dus Zrmiars r>th and pdeher. will be aold to "‘'n will hold a workout at J. brand and Allan will he two 

** Piilslmrgh and report to the Ihr.nte 'Villi* Junior High school at 10 plavrrs the Khamrock* will 

_ 'tVBlntnM - .... tl'l m/imin0 tr. 


' training camp nest season 
Pn. will meet In a crucial sc*. , 1 
al Scnlllr M-inday at wluch ihr 
osSland Oak* are espes-ted lo an- 
I nmirve they are nvn ing their frnn 
cbwe to Vani'ouvcr . Joe I out* 
wati'befi Rocky MarrUao work sit 


morning 


have to watch closely a* they 


UlTOKIA FISH AND fJAMF A 8 H(K lATIO.V 

GENERAL MEETING 

Tl K-sDAT . SFPTF.MRKR 1.3 — R Of P M 
ciBMt ffCAkar. no«( aoantsoa 


Admlsalon (All Healt Keoerved): fl.OO, 11.75 arwf $UM 
Fas Inclirded >io TeleplHtne Orders, ITcase 


HORSE RACING 


c.>..«a_.. 4 J . 1 - I ■ f^ikar. DO«* Eoansos 

J? I predict^ the )«..-uy ■ .*« 

weight rhpmpion would stop Archie fBsaBaHaaaBas«aaa«a 
Mm»r« within 10 round* . Harold , 


quarter. finish to a thrilling WeMrrn Aguirre WIKt: scoring ‘n an extra hntle 

I.lndley, plunflnn .nd t«,K in,., pmvincl.l Fnolb.ll I'ninn ‘'•’•"'P'"" '-'''b. r.d-ndc„ £"" 0 ^'''^? 

out* the Rider point* with two chAmpumship at 

same here Saturday night when converts and a "**■ l#«iard of Van 

KloMerman passed for two *ingle tsaiver was third 

_ fourth-quarter touchdown* and HDl MtKcnna. Ka/ Nagel and 

came wUhm one point of up- Ma^eile counted the Stam - J!****'l*’' ^ 
settme Saskatchewan Roueh P**^r touchdown*, with Miner ’ 
rcaiuw*' >»oling convert* for all three «•** f>r the lead at 

«"me the end of the third round of 

.! 4 i 1 b 4 l„r,.bnutU 0 n 0 J.n.. KlWnr,.n . 1 *. 


JiK* Aguirre WIKt: scoring 

champion la*t season, r«jundc‘' 
out* the Rider point* with two 


yjilMVIg of Winnipeg defeated .\l 
fUldtoig of Toronto In an extra hntle 
playoff Saturday to «ui (he Mani 
tfJva Open golf rhAmpvwiKhip at 




I |nn.i q.«r‘i„. 

^ \ •4lo*"™»n. recrullfd by Cl- klck«l • aiLyard (Ifid to .1 Mri, 

MUaUMT^fat tfeu 8*ry ffom Tofonto Argonaut*. In the game. 

::r. m*" V^u ??!?"'''*?' Slampeder* made two umuir. 

kM »• f.iii»«t •*•«■ «r« ly■^‘ta a* nt» Club picked up only 'cessful sorties deep Intn Rklr- 

e-ifk, D.,ii,*.^Tu*R. 61 ygrAx on the ground. Throw territory in the U*t LS minute* 

AM py ing .36 pa.saes, he completed ail before they counted ilieir two 

“I'T “T 'I made three of them mafor*. Then they attempted to 

TOMotaow tood for touchdowns, the gel close enough for a find 

*“ •• *'» *» ^‘^1 from 11 yard.* out. goat, but Klo*termana two 

IM ««* ’**""*^ 1 nearly matched In the paA.<u*« from (he Rl.ler 40 were 

M«)Mr kniuDw B>rw 4 a uiMa« 'w u Safkatchewan’a Frank ruled incomplate and Miner’s 

•ir .-. Ii rT* '"’j; -«n.pi»i«i n ot miM down nmk i„,o ih- n„d 

uahi ifp*^ 1 ^* foT28Ji and also passed sone wai conceded by safety 

- for three touchdownt two tojman Ron Adam. 


.Sportn Fixfiirr^ 

Today, Tomorrow 

note 

II *■ ~«UH nt n «- t < Valt <Mf 
r*«k I kanukl voMtm • hanairap 
WMruairal. Oar** V*>* OMF ••nir** 

rairarr 

JM pm athilHtiAFk fV** 

C« *b 4 U<iim m* • m.ia* 

U«mi a«««Mr nu> p»Tk 

MOSOAV 

I ACaORflt 

IM k* First tsiM at ItM- 'll 
•rsMi M*tin Cm rttampMaihlp 
FaUrbarmstB Trsll*raM« ti yietoria 

Btamrarkt MsyrMj ar««« 


CAPITAL CITY BOWLADROME 

»Bfi VATI->* ST. PHONF: 4 9WSI 

Mil Slevenanit, Manager 

73ve Capital City Men - Commercial FJvepin League will 
start bowling on TTiursrtay night. Sept. 1.3, at 9 o’clock. 

Any la*t year or new bowler* wishing in enter a team or 
bowl In the league, please contact Bill Stevenson st the 
Capital City Bowladrome, phone 4 99131. 

There Is al«o room for a ten-team league at 9 o'clock on 
Friday nights. 

The Capital City Bowladrome I* now under the manage 
ment of Bill Stevea*on who brings you years of expeiienre 
In howling alley o(>eratlon and is well qualified to give you 
the very besl in high scoring, clean bowling conditions Bill 
and hi^ wdfe Beth will he only too pleased to meet any of 
(he VirWvria howler* any lime they feel tike dropping 
amund lo the alleys 

Victoria's Friendly Bowling Alleys" 


KNS To^KTORI.A at 

SANDOWN PARK, SIDNEY 

Cnmmenring Heptember 24 — Conhniiea to 
October 10 

14 DAYS— RUNNING RACES 

Rsia or HMne 
PiMt T)n»e: Z.eO P.!M. 

Special Sale of Heanoo TIcketa^Numher Strictly 
IJmited—Tax lDrl(Mled_Tuo Heanon Tickel*— 
Sold In Pain ttnly — L*dy and Ornllemaa — 
$ 10.00 

A^l>— l^arry tlagner'* NewMland. I.HTt Omiglae Rl„ 
\lctorla. or In ( «dwnod Park A*WMUIk»n iJmIted 
tat^AW Heat (.eorrte Ml,, Vancouver, B.( 






INSIST on this 


SOCK COMFORT 
for your feet 


Daily Colonial ViciorU. b.c.. Sm.. Sepi. u. isss 9 


tWiL E V0U9 CANAWs's Ol/TSTANPiNG WOHAW ATHLErt 

5KMIN6 lNiTf?UCT£iSS- 


helms Aussie Aee; 
11 IVIaslers Seixas 


in I rinimiii^ /\rg;os; 
Ti-Cals Down Hiders 


NY. IK>.«d liitlowii aller Uh- Unxi* Qip Th»- w.»ni* di' 

in C\»ui1 kiU«T. niiiU’h* - jiKirtucf lh»- hlirnni 

'u[* n'Pirt «iUi Trubi'ri wii.s .1 buu sau of el- frum tin* meii i ri 
.1 vuiory m*rr . .... ..... 

luod Saiuniny m lexclluig hr f*ei«).n- I>om Hart, defei 

fmaU ol ihc wrir* with the blond haired Au.^ from Coral GnMe* 

Championships sn« at three maU'he* eai'h Hoiul "’nrd a <>!<i 


^ at h<3 > timr Muwexer, the Ti 
j: « eaim* Jo iile-lti llie last 

^ minuie.s and Hucky M< Klroy 
•I j SM'nt oxer Ii<r txsu l<>ui’h<l<iwns 
ti< f!ivr Hamilton Us second 


T®rut It 


nnirnl with dint>. (.mo-sideil tn* 

umptu. 

Miss Mart crushiHl Mrs IVirolhy 
Mi-ad Kivsie Imin Kon*sl Mills in 
29 mimiies, 6-1, 6-1 Miw \Num| 
ehniinnled 17-year-old Barbara 
Bren of Hollswood. Cold , 6-1. 6-2. 


ItoseHail. the uUii-r hall o( Aus- 
tralia ‘s irmmphum L>BVlk Cup duo. 
held his my*itle spell oxer Vh* Scix- 
AS aiKl cut down the defendinij 
rhiimpH>n xxiih nfie like marks 
mansJdp. 6-1, fi-l 7-5. 

.So the bullsliouldrred ('inrinn.ati 
Mthleliv a hArflHTvini; net sttaek- 
er •-xli'* •dn‘.»d> h'<M> Ih. Krrnrh 
and Winitdednn liih.-., will slKiot 
for his third nationnl crown of the 
ear onst Um* .•u->eai-old Aus- 
-tt.impion. i.itrd Ihf 5hari»r«t 
backi-ouj-l smi"T in amateur ti n- 


vm . ;• 

Ulittt HsAiiilon »t H< 


cent tiavis L\ip challeitge round. 

It was the 11th time m !:'■ meet- 
inga that the stocky five-lml. nine- 
inch Rosewoll had beaten Seixos. 
Altitouuh the dclendmtt champion 
played xx-rll. Kosewall u.is simply 
ton Rood (or Srixrts 5b«turday anil 
si’on'd iHi vme bnllianl place- 
ments. 

R':-.;-«.i|l si-iiriil A siiirIc break- 
through agiimst Srixas srrxiee ui 
each of the first txx<i rts and 
mad.' It hold up (or Die VH'tniy. 
In *Dw third set .Seixas broke 
thmuRh UI the sixth Ramr arid 
^Tmrd 


Tnrnnto s ntistly ArRoiiiMitx 
xx'ho wen! out 'ui a ■sin^nding 
,.piee before the x»,irt «<f the 
•-ea-^on for high piiri-ol i.ilenl- 
Dropped their .serond straight 

I.;p«lUed di'ii'-lrifi III t!:r Big 

I'mir football rmori ^..ituid.iy 
Ulii-n .Mniitjeal Aloiiettc^ mDi**f 
III a stunning nil iriumplt 
PJaxing Itcloie a M' :r.' 
iTiiwd of J2.TJ7 -p«*« ia!«:: the 

powerful (ipfiMidiiiR ..I., I, 
'Mired as the) ple.i*cil a.'iUist 
the hlghl) -touted Algo ^qiiad 
and ran up an iSo lead in tli«- 
lust quarter It u!l b; ••- er 
ai halftime xxuh .Montreal l«'ad 


ni.\V TRAHKHT 


.issUK'tl of the set but 
UoM-wall pulled up his game ami 
sxvepi for straight Ranies to closi 
out the match. 


a .mO count 


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I xxr;; ‘lave emergerl wiih a 


.»-» he xxon „ , 

. In the Monl----“ Bn-lgmon 

-me" Pa Drysdale 

, ' wound .ip xxith li.: ol B |H)SJiDile 

1 

'W*' u. k . tkktyoid mounds Sgl. K 
Jam!' m. VaiitHXUvor. and Val- 
■ la -Slf!-;-.'! posted 14'. bul xxere 

placed second and third, lesp.-^ 

‘ lively, a- '-ording to tlie group- 
mg of their .shots. 

til ffjmpidltiMhv ofien only to 
naval per'*onnel, 1*0 R A Siu»re 
won the LHMe and Taylor Match 
while AR t; t' Andrr - took 
flrvt place jn the Lieutenant- 
Gox'ernor's Match, 

n the v:hore prjsted 1.17x150 to best 
Andrews hy five points m shoot 
I ing for the Little and Taylor 
fr^phy while Andrew.x finished 
^ * up with 139x1.50 In the Ueuten 
anl-Governor’s match. AB H. E 

m Wei;^ also had 1.19 but lost out 
to Andrews' belter grouping. 
Other results: 

.^.1 Greenshoi matrh--l. CPO G 
II U A. Kilgore. 44x50: Cadet I. 
Faulks. 43x50. 

1 xxill Gnjenshol aggregate -1. CPO 
G. A Kilgore. 286x300 ; 2. AB D 
•ekiy prof^sional Cutforth. 259x300. 

under way jy^o aggreg.^fe 1 Cf*0 C 
Arena Thursday j ,>|*rk i'Ux.kiM 2 AB J. .Snm 
mervDIe 171x.T00 


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Firing m the uf>en 
Hon. jKisled p. rfei't 

M!jres at the Jtui atul 

yard rang"- to fir-:'!*, with a 
po -ihle 1.50 two In front 

:»f S.-I «.r\d place A 
Ribnut. Lieut. Frank Sullivan of 
Vancouver, the prnxtnrial cham- 
pion and a memlier of next 
year’s t’.uiadian Bt'ley team, 
vx'ound up in chlrti (i 


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Oak Bay captured the Vic- o 
Iona and District Cricket Asso- ", 
(lallnn league championship 
and the Coloni.xt Cup at Wiml- k 
Mir park yesterday with an 18- 
run victory over last-place AI- * 
hionx in the final league match 
of the season. 

Victory for the Bn>^. gives q 
them a Ofie point edge over jj 
Hccond place Cowichan in final o 
standings Alcos finished in 
third plat'e, two points behind t 
the leaders while Incogs were ^ 
fourth, three points off the 
p«< *• 

Meanxvhile at Beacon Hill 
park. Incogs downed Alcoa by 
three wickets In the first game 
Of the annual Rnm-kout cum- 
peiiiion. 

H. Dutton wj» top bainman 
fur the nrv. Ieni2ue champions. 


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mam event 1^ Allen and H liieenwood of 

Karl «>>Killeri Davis meet.s the Virinri.i Ijiwn Bowling 
New Zealand's Ken Kenneth In Club dAfrafed Sam Barr and 
a best^f three f.ill semi - mam Siex’n C-iIe of the ('anadisn 
event, while Gordie (iordinnko Pnrifir greens last wee>v m xxin 
of Victoria tangles with Herman the Yarrow Cup. emblematic of 
Kail In a nnef.tll spertal exent. ;wn bowling d■luhle^ -suprem- 
acy m Viri'it iu 

Mrs H G Mr..;,-.- won the jn the semi flMsls. Aden ard 
silver division of a monthly rireenw-frod ellmlnaie'i defend- 
medal mmpett'lon at Die V:.- mg champions lUmlllon and 
lorta Golf (*luh last week by Bull of the Beacon Htll green*, 
firing an 83 5 78 Bronite dix|- whiie Harr and Co> defeated 
sInn honors wont to Mrf V'’ >and* and Byreham ol ihe V.« 
Leach with a lD2 2'v totia club, 


Victoria driver* all hut 
horned up the cinders in last 
night's stock car meet ai We.«- 
(em Speedway. 

The traik time trial sfieed 
re.-ord that has held up for a 
ye.ir and a half w«.* brokert not 
just once, but three times he 
f'.re the trials were completed. 
Ibik Willoughby, winner of the 
trophy dash, xvas the first to 
crack the old 23 60 mark, roar- 
ing around Ihe track to .*ei a 
prxv record of 23 55 seconds. 

Pave Cooper erjualled Wll- 
louRhby s effort when hU turn 
came and Dick Varley fopj>ed 
tiiem ad with a slwling 21.15 
Ihne knocking M5 of a second 
lt"m the old mark 


three la[>s holding off Wll 
loiighby towvin by a length 

Al ly^wls rode home to first a grosn 
place In the sfreclal motorevde Vale ijr 
rare. Fans will he lreaie<l to a 1-’u^ ' 
full night of cycle raring WmI smrr n 
nesday. with time trials atari t’ornf 
mg at 7.30 , j*'* *■' 

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Provincial game hhdogist 
r><>n Robinson will speak on 
195.5 game conditions on Van 
couver Island daring a general 
meeting of Ihe Vli’lorla Fish 
and Game Protective Axsocla- 
tlon St the a<suclalion'.s Gold 
stream clu*bhnuse next Tue*: 
day. 

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may do so at the meeting, 
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< om|ilrlf|v r1rsiKii«*<1 li> K<»l> 
l)ri*<kHl>*r Brut hiiiM tiv hU K*>n«l 

Borioiiil liiiilin In llalv 

III*- ftiH i)Kh>s|,KK M.M 

IKONK K thr flrsl •nd mily 
truly KU‘«lri<- ■<'rorrll<m In th»‘ witrUI IfHlav 
AtMofiK IhinKo U ha« a lunr and vol 

iim»i rfintrnl «wi Ihr kHII Hhlrh fnahl«**i Ihr 
p*Tf<*rtiMT to Jiidcr* mnlrnl hi* playlnK 
Hhllr hn i« arhiaJIv |>rrformlnc- 
Wtih ihl* lii'vtnimrni thr> art'firdloniat ran 
play In a IhouHand pMipk a% ra»llv a« hr 
ran In a ••mall cmup nf frlrndn in Ihr pri* 
«a<‘v of hl« own 11% Inc rmmt. 

Thr^ ln%lrumrtit« arr niHinm hiilli «<i Ihih 
ran nnl% prnml«>r drihrrv 9 months from 
Ihr dair nf ordrr. Hnwr%rr. Ihr Armrdlnn 

< nllrer at WU Vnrl Slrrrl kn \ Irlnrla 
u«iiallv haa nnr on hand for Ihoar niahinc 
In Irv It. 

Tlir «m*kI in llirar Inalrumrnt* haa hrrn 
Bffrd for A yrar* and la ilaiiallv lakrn in 
llalv from Ihr rfiunlrv In whirh Ihr ai'rnr- 
dinn will r\mtiiallv hr t'nnalcnrd Thr 
aluminum Hard In thr manufartiirr nf 
thrar inatnimrnt* ron»ra from < anada and 
thr alrrl iiard In Ihr rrrd mBniifarturr 
mmr« from S»rr<Jm. 

Thr tnalrumrnl itarlf aricha 23 pound* and 
ha* a Irrhir krvhnard «pr1ne rr«l«tanrr nf 
thrrr and a half miner* Thrrr arr 4 aria 
hf IrrhIr and 9 haaa rmj* Hllh II Irrhir 
and .9 ha»* awitrhra 

Thr Inatrumrnl pirturrd ahovr *rlU fur 
Sl.inn. hut nihrr omdrU arr a%allahlr ranr 
Inc from and up 

In Ihr manufarturr nf Ihr*^ ai-rordinna, 
qimillv ha* hr*-n thr only rnn*»drratlnn. 

LA IM ATANESI 

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4aa I hat Ihr •■h••rr•t HMlra«>ra< aa tiM mathti 
hat ih* hr«t taa raa allar4 AMat al ?aa 'aa ( 
4a a aarhwaalihr |ah M taar •*aia«>*i>f U lafrOat 
hwaaf Ihr lltlaat a r"*aa thaaM haaa ahra 
a>-"ratlat '• Hat It tiaaila'4 t<pa ha»t atrrhaaUai* 
Hat II tlaaAarA tta* a»t»* |« |i aMrh»4 la AMT* 

B* 'tralal aliaia •** 4l*rat« ihrt allh far II la 
ta4 hat irat maat ta rallaJ a'a'a^altaab 4a a*( 
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OriflnBl rompoaitlons Brr wrltUn by Rol 
Orraalrr in ordrr to ovrrmtnr rrrlBin oh 
iBrlm Bhlrh mrur prrIndIraJly duiint i 
raiunw of iTMona. Thr loflc hrrr U to ovrf 
romr Ibrar nhatBrlr* In Ihr moat pBlnIrai 
mBnnrr pnaalhlr. Aomr of thrar rnmpoal 
linn* Bra In fBrt b nondrrful mrlodimii 
wty In K^ttlnr Bmnnd IrdImia rxrrHan 
RBrh rompoattlnn Kbb b BpariHr rrMon fm 
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Itftrn in SBhkBlt'liru an of Irlahitrrman parenlaKr. Roh 
|)rr*vlrr wa* a firal Mnrid hbt orphan. Hr isn-u up 
and UB* rdurnird in Wlnfiiiwg. \Mirn hr finihhrd 
M'himl hr *i>rnl B frw >rar« rfiaiiiinK arniind l anada 
and Ihr I’nllrd Slair*. II ua* at Mil* linfr Ihal hr 
hrard Ihr flr*l piano ariairdlirn plavrd prnprrlv. from 
that day on hi* life ha* hrrn nnihinc hut aci'ordion. 

In I9‘i9 thrrr wrrr po**lhly a half dorm aefordlon 
Iraehrr* In thr whnlr nf f anada an |r**on* %%rrr out of 
Ihr (|ur*tlnn. Thr only uay IrfI wa* Ihr hard wav and 
Rfih l«Hik It. Two wrrk* front thr linir hr fot hi* flr*l 
ari'ordlon hr wa* playlnc al- wrddinc* and *«M-laJ 
ItaihrrInxH. 


Snmr llnw w a* h|wnl in dilvin^ Into ihr rla«.<.n * luil hr 
fnmid hr HB* XfiinK to ha%r Irouhir Krlllng Ihr piihlir 
In arrrpt thr arrordhin. Ir| alonr rla**nal niii*l«' «n 
Ihr Brnirdinn. Anvhnr lakinr up thr arrnrdlnn al that 
llmr wa* Ihnufhl In havr riM k* In hk hrad. Anvwav. 
making a llring ha* alwa>* plavrd a inaior pari In 
Rfih’a llfr an hr turned In fomnvrrrial mii*ir and In 
1hl« field ha* brm f]ullr *urrr«*fiil. 


Roh la rvirrrnlly rnKairrd In mmplrtinc hi* Ulr«| 
rompovillon whirh hr rail* >I.AK( H ( ANADIANA. 
ThI* mmpo*lt|rtn la not, a* thr tlllr Indiratra, 
alfirtij a marrh. It ha* thrrr mnvrmrnla and 
drpirta fanada'a marrh of prorrrMu 


On hi* varlou* prraonal apiirarani r* hr wa* offrrrd 
a* nmrh a* $10 Jii*l to *how a frw nf hi* trirk* and 
rlvr pfilntrr* In playing. ( nn*rriurnlly. uhrn hr kwl 
thr ii*r of Ihr imddir finfrr on hk rl|U>( hand whilr 
Hrrvinc In Ihr army diirlni; thr arriind world vvar. 
hr turned to trarhinK. Hr drridrd al thr oul*rt lhal 
hr v*a« K'dnK to hr thr hr*t Irarhrr In Ihr hu*lnr«*. 
Roh Hill not admit that hr U tx>nm>rrrlal, nnr Hill 
hr admit that hr I* lonir hair. Hr *av» he k middle 
of Ihr n»ad. A* hr pul* it, **| know I ran dn a 
Irrmrndou* IrarhinK J«d> and *1111 hr nvodrralrly 
*Mrrr***fiil.'’ A* proof hr offer* thr fart that moat 
*urrr**f«il ahidin ottrralnr* on Ihr wrat rna*t havr 
hrrn rllher laii|hl or Influrnrrd hv him. Hr la quite 
pn'pared to furnkh name* and addrr**ra. 


.A* a pinntu'r in Ihr arriirdlfm field Roh ha* many 
flr«l* to hk rrrdlL A* a mrnilter of Ihr KOI NO 
ri' It.AX'KK.s hr look part In tttakint the firat 
VIrlor Rliir Rlrd rreord* in (anada (19'iXI. l.atrr 
a* a member nf ihr KAOlO R.AHt Al> hr phmrrrpd 
thr firat Vlnylltr tinhrraiiaWr rreord*. (IJndrn 
Krrordinca.) Hr al«o Hrotr thr firat aurrraafnl 
armrdton mrlhod on Ihr H-r«t faMst iRmpirr .MtMde 
INihlkhfra). Amonc hla other flraU hb« Ihr Intro 
diirlinn lo Ihr nrat ma*t nf thr modem (ypr Ruro 
pran ha** flncrrlnc. 


It la hr|n( Hriltrn Hilh full ha** rhord nolalion and 
there Hill he no ainipllfird vrralon*. A prr«nn Hill 
nerd al |ea*i Kradr 7 quahfii allon* to play It. tt la 
Ihr pnllry of Rnh Orraalrr'^ .Arrordlon ( nllegr to 
trarh .^.A.A. ha** nolalion up lo rradr 7. and from 
then (Ml full ha** rhord nolalion la laiuihl. Another 
feature nf Ihr ai'cnrdinn rolirffr k the prarliral u*r 
of Ihr sHlIrhe* on Ihr arcorriinn. All r«tm|K>*illona 
and armnermmi* now »hoH aHilrh marklnca. 


In ordrr In aaaiirr Ihr br*| in ln*lnimrnt* for hla 
Atmlrnta Roh ha* Invraird rapllal In Mahan fartnrira, 
and hk prinripal amhliion now k In pla4r a ntrdtum 
prlrrd Inatrument on Ihr market that ha* both a 
lone rhainhrr and a mule lhal funrUon* pmprriv. 
If every Ihlnr kck>* arrordiiiK l<> athrdule hi* dream 
•hould brronve a rralllv before Ihr end of Ihr vrar. 
M«ny ftropir havr po**lhlv done more In a apr/l- 
a)iV''d line In the a^rordinn field hill It k doubtful If 
any one ha* done more for thr aiivirdlon a* a whole. 
Rob I* a very »ood rra*4>n why Ihr arrordlon haa 
moved from I2lh plarr In popularity In 3rd place In 
the lani few yrara. 


Boh mimhrr* among hk ck>*r friend* «urh people 
a* IMrk f>|r*prrkrr, who wa* hlg mii*lr director on 
many ccuul to^ia*l radio ahowa. and RHI Rar. who 
H8A largely re*pon*ihle for aelllng Rob* talenU to 
pnwpeclivc *pnn*nr* In the old dava. Boh *av*. “Me 
all arrived in \anmuver within a couple of mrmih* 
of each other and all had (rouble getting Ihrer 
aqiiarr meaJa a dey." 


TK» 4« « naoioa OUllr.t hi* r*ar«r« >htfH 

• r« anil i* «ta4'nO Th*t 

■ r« wtlM** t** 4r«l|n*4 •* •*r»« • V«r> 

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V(»fi* •r **• •••»•*• «hT Iram Bok 

pf*«.l«r % *rrar4l«* i ar» *• ««'r»«*r«l «r« 

rantaiarl t* <»• **■•* *1 t*«*a HMibaA* 

Tka *<<nanloa (Oini.t ha* kraa<*»« *JI 
•tar armafe 4>l*mkia •• l*at paraani ll*t*| I* 
V Irtnria aa*a)i*a (••r|a*a> kanUar* *'i'tk 

Vanmatar ar Ua'M>* '■V* attantaia at tko 

• an4rrr«l «r«la*i ef taarhini 

Ia a44ll|aa la (ha rratlaatlr alaia* k4ta** 
lata* Tka *'rar4ia» I allafa altar* lira ka*4 
«ratalA| Tk« nlra laiOaa IkkI ika alMaal 
■ akialfii tkraark iMa >*a4>aBi la •an* a*aal 
4l|M a laAalh AH tkta a*4 Mara la atlara* 
(a lalaiMi ka4 aaiaaMcr Ika •l*4t*l 

Ika rraararltaa tlBka*! kaa Ika rkaira af 
a (ia*4 maal' |raa*4t«t a braik •• raara# 
ar a r««>«r <• raralar maalf 


II akaal4 ka aiaia* krra. Ikit aar rraaUMt 
aa*Aal ar Ira'kri aiN fai an a iraity fraOtal 
tka rrataa far Iku It *atu akrtaaa A (••# 
laarka, la aaalAat la tkaa akat ha ka« a'raai. 
ali«ka4 4arla| Ika raaraa at Ika laar la want 

arkaalB II la Ika raalaia la ka*4 ika tiakakl a 

fiara af araair aa'k ••ab ailk aa Ikaafkl la 

rra4t*« a. a4<anr*.| im alaarai Caaaa*aakl|| 
Ika ala4a*t rU«a aa kaOar aliat l«a yaara (kaa 
ka 4aaa aflar aii maalka Tka arraa4iaa raa laaO 
ka Iaar*a4 b'aearlr kt rritaia ta4iti4aal laataaa 
la alkar aaaia rlata laiiiaa raaM ka a aaoa af 

raaaar *• aa<aktt«Ka4 arkaal b*ra a haalaaaa 
llaaaaa aa4 k*i • raraiaUaa la aiaialaia la «k« 
4tairOl ta a44Mtaa ta tkia aa atiabitaka* arkaal 
W a 4aliktia aatai la • raMinaaM' 

laiaaliiaia kata, a '•« aArall Uaka tart ta« ara 
4aalik| a>lk a kramta* a«iaki>rka4 arkaal la ikia 
• It laa raa ka ai«ara4 af raral\tA| Ika Oaaat falllaa 
■ a4 la* alaiaat rataa far ^aar aiaaat 


Hr ha* plavrd on *lmosl all radio klalion* 
In we«lrrn (anada as a kotoM and ha* 
also been a mr*mlier of *iirh famou* 
radio grou|»* as Ihe KOI \H I I* H.9M*- 
MRS. THK VAi.AROMW. and Uler on 
Ihr west coast THK It UUO IFASI M..S 
iRrd, Al and Robl. The lalirr group wa* 
possibly the most fahiitoii* radio group 
ever lo hit Ihr air wave*. Hvr program* 
a dav with Ihi* group wa* not unii*iial 
and anvone hnowing Ihr preparation It 
lake* to prepare a radio program will 
appreciate Ihr work Involved. 


Our Special Methods of Teaching 


10 Dathi CnlnntRl Victoru. b.c.. Soa.. Stpt. ii. 19S5 F\RE 

VilialsIiaii.lVIaiiitNole 
To l{aci' al Samlown .T) 


h"i •rf’ li ’ii«MS4>' h\ lannt; nlln mI* 

Bill be *hl- lo wAiib some of th is Mic *■■■«•■ winner of fhc .S W 
|Mp Ihoroughhied* m Bnliklt t'ohify R'UI'IaU Plnlr al VniKouvcr InsI 
hi* 'lining the It il4\ mrcnn.’ M-mdav Tr*incrl In Inmniy Kcnbrn 
*-'hcd'j|r«l *f ^ ^ - Sotal-'WII hIkI oanctl hv Ihr PH Ranctic* of 

jMik fiom .'I ^^-1 irt nuil.wkik M.»ch* Sole ha* t*c<*n 

llrMilifiR thr Jisl of a. 11 known -'oe m( *»ir immaI . .ihM«lftil winner* 

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As Blackpool Held lo 1-1 Dr aw 


l,<i\|iON lAP' WoUrrhHPvp 
Inn \S*rx 1 rrri'* I'unhiiucd thrir l>ot( 
■"»nng i'««T in Kngiish lynguc 
Ktisi Oivuwm kotTi-r S.vupIav 
M' ormg ftHir coaU *nd pijAiimi: 
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lOg Ihr sandown ttu'cting 
V\n*<simi> V li li*r in the ifS’cnt 
A>< '‘t Ikwhv Mild th'- ktiait runni. q 
m.iH* U*4i<'rn n-aid w'l) fpcM 
kivid Ihi- i.ifm»-i*. fiom the |»nvc 
1“ ::pi'nd si'iliir l>Pw> frnrn th.s 
-t iblr I, lime iiMi ruiiin are |.o' l 

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_ n. n 1ur*» Mumi l>ri*Tnk*.** A- ; m InKi* it T3 U'**l. Fcmwonfl Iv -. i"ai: 

■ ' ‘ ' ‘ itmi - hrtiii.im tlivi-*it>n Ih 1 4vl h.iiilcd h*i k e*fnc':-. in Up* Imdl 

-I p dn* ■■ iimg M\cr t a' ..(■mi linnl plAvxft .U .i jtip-'II and ihmtvcd in vviUiui a 

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f .M * 1*1 ^ V II**'*'” * KcrmvrH.fl ST in a hard- Urm* ion nut. Kcrnw'Hwl had pic fnrn.'‘rt w 

ovci, * f..iu;hi rnnU’*.t al .Stcven-.in vmusy up -it the pnuTrtul 

\ H 'lUlU y OH M- 1» paik. K.sqpim.ilf team, by t:ic --'.rue v 

lliimhnc ihc Vh ionn ownr l K«qiilinBll J^luii nut the l<»scrs s« ni-p, m Up* i>i«*ninj{ game of ' 

mill'- *nd Mvhr^tinvnu aif ihc Ml in Ihe ttvjrd ijuaricr tn hrrak the rcmi finals. O" •M.vnx.MUi 

b»’rtii|ifM‘i s of liir N la*avrr hint'g ]ii |h<'vvoc div>p>n play ves Aim 

while Ua C.mild will bhip Ihc four ( liib \\ liiv *crd.iv ;^Har.uu nger* iroun.*c1 p 

I* I former* who lia>r given him 11 ' (.Mill Hill Kernw nod. K'. t. in Ihc (ir*i K-imc n.».. 

vii p.rir* Ihi* summer The four an- A Rnyfll CoIvvfH.d <;.,|f and of n tw-si-of iiircc hnal -ci.r, 

•?fM>cdv GaI In-.h MdUc. Znrkn- Country <*luh *quad won ihc Hill .MunjfK*. league *>-nnng * ■■'I’-’i 

wl^k.^^u ,(jui Harv.sicr. Dowell Tmphv h> downing an ■ -'ampirin. pnicd the wintPTs w,’*.*r.!-'' 

rHtvrnmocrsnf handicapmlihrc I'plaipls Coif Club tram al fp vvUh -i.\ while Brian 

which Will hr arriving for Ihe me/f| )*nd* Friday 'd-aven fiietl m three gOcil' lor * ' . _ 

at Sandovvn me Pi-nnraclr Ren- The Cnlwofid plavcrs. vv ho F ci luvofid. mm « 

mrih Simnnwnrth and .Sad Henrv had gamed a lead at ihei- home .<-orer* and this week - fl^in 
T'^ppPr,* Ihc lhrrr-ycar.nld group, ooisr m the npeninc half n( foii.-.w : -Tlnlll 

•4-1! or \Vhai«hvn (ullnwcd h\ Heel- IP#, womrr-,' team rratch 
'<«• (!' Baker. Our Rulch and Mtxv won \e'--lrr<iav'.4 comi>eittion 


KsfpiiinaltCInhKvens 
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at t.BT t sios 

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W»'Mo«i«p- 1* Mainipp 11 
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The \><)lve* ship oul llHdde*^ 
'field 4 0 and movi'd to within two 
porUr.. n( first pUi (• BJfP'fc|a»n| lyip 
■' H’ue l«-aders drew with AsPm 


Two f*.-ials in 4 .ii'h hftlf wi-ni in 
lh> tja-isl\, *7\iit1 pavsjng Wiiivi-iv. 
wnn .in- playing 25 pi-i iinl brller 
snc.«-r Mwin they were duniiK a 
two-game If; -'ig lour of Russia in 
AugU‘<l Many *hoik ii/tmiwly 
mi*.scfl fill Ihr Hiilve* 

In Ihc vcr iifvd hnlf ihr W-.!-. cs 
»|N'iird eOongiv aivl then nl..v,d 
lludtl' i'»fh'ld (»it on pii lull 

ip'.ar Ihf end WnUnhnmplon rnnic 
h I' k »imm.-lv - two R'sUa 

III the Iasi lw<i numiif- 
ta ...:ur rh.vnir..nn Ovil • i lost 
jpwl *f> piH Arsrnal nr-' 
ChaiT'nn. mnktrig ihe day a glonmv 
one f.ii ihiYS* Li.ndon rluh* D»c 
IHliiw Londoiic- Imm Toilenh-*" 
Hr.tsf.ui- whipiMsl Arsenal '.-I while 
(**•'.: l'»in W(ik losing lo FvrPon 2-fl 
ivnd OirUfH w:i howing to Sun 
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Hii.vPil R.ner* wph h II win 
ovi NoHingham F-'i. 'l look over 
.--!ri ."nd r>!-. : ion Ir.vii-i .hip Lio- 
' olli will* It w.is ahead on goal av 
Cl o;e '’M.pjM .! In .<-cond place a- 
It ! lo l.iv.-rpool 2 I 
Till re w.i^ nil ih.snge in Ihe 
.r.'icin ft h'. N'orth-ampPu! 

h< pt its unhii-m'shed m-yrti of 

Will - =t!l in d^lr 

If, ihf Sihin.'rn Dufj-mn Ria.i 
fold ?•' :l a t lear lead wiih a 
J1 vh't'.rv -'-'I-- ricfPv County. 

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dred gxdrr^ '-t scheduled In *tmi |y wns the e*«n .l uuliJ -v~‘Hirr B'HAT , ’ 

p! . M'infl. 4 .. in the loumamenl Walker Cupper Bru» r ('udd •,.:h i 

Wiihnnt a favoMie the ,i.iih L' S drew anri ilp-n wai rr Hilmiiled lr* '■ . 

Amaleiir Champioflahip Ihr lournamenl rvnnnvT vv 

rhriv -me ni Ir.v.l a lioien m Ihr Cudd. a PnrtUnd Fnivrrsiiv siu ' - 40 .. h r.n.a”'^* ' k. 

field Wlpllled down m Ihe sr 4 -lion- deni vi.drhrd Imm hr (nnilh , . . \ 

al qualifvtng rounds from an ong qumici *poi iwrause Cf'ilece auih* -ipppi m e»a imau*"(\ rrm*-. ' * 

mill rniry of 1 who arr capable nniirs ih'.ugbi hiv aiudies w«*re *«■.,. • - 'r.^p p»rk * 

of winning the lillr more impoPani He' alrearlv b.*tl 

Ttiefr ISO I a single siandnul been replaced by a kubsuiutr ^ \l * 

among ihem-noi even a defend- when he Inurnl a w*v lo make liu- Noceer ileetiiii: „ 

ing champion lo enjoy ihe favorile * inp P 

rnir since l‘»*>4 winner Arnold Palm- .So when National Juniftr cham An important meeting cf the' 
ei luroed pm pion Billv John Dunn withdrew, Vuiona Junior and Juvenile Ri 

1 And by an odd twi*l the plav- FSl»A nfficiaU decided to let Bcuce Foothall A^siK’iaimn wijl be 

ei who .sci-nied lo have the iie*i h.ivr hi* placr in ihr ihird qihuier. held Tuesrlaj night at 8 p m. ai »» 

break in the draw for pairing* n>»* An a rrsuH Cudd a *emi final., i YAie.- Simef 
i-v in a spot where he could c.isily m the 19ri3 Amalciir. and ( iiiiiod All ilub* are a-ked to have 

i»e kn'a'ked oul in hi* *et-nnfl moti'h who never ha* won a mulch in ^ repre.-rniaiive in aliendaiue 

J'H* Conrad, the lililr ie<l head-'lhi* championship, liV'-jy vvill lol- a* vffiJi-Hfin form* ami player 

|ed Texan who won Ihe Rniish Am- lidr in ihe ihird round \\edn«- registration foims will he is 

aieur Idle l.v*i spring, wa* nne nlirtny The one who wins liiai khouid *uef|. and plans for opening 
I live Walker Oip plavf-rv "diatnbut- slarvi a g.iod chaive «l going at dsiea ;n,rj rlatr* n( n-gi*tratinn 

,rd ' in Ihr oihcrwise blind draw, leasl lo ihe semi-ftt*-;!- will he announced. 


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Pi[)eline Survey Near Ended 


PnltT ALBEFINI ppportH sprsikinR at the first it^ombly 
about more !!<>m<'uork < "t <1:-. th^ u>rm. indicat«hl that iN« 
'vplinc for H f' pup; -a ‘f pn-h- .irp.trtnuyu .if Mucailon poUry 
i'lly not •IffHTt life .It i» lltrli* .liffpirrii from ihut fol* 

Albcml n«Mrirt IH;:h ; ’I. ::.Aod '-it Ihr :.!;ool for Uve past 
Prmripal WiUiam K -.rvrral yrarv 


b«' iTowiitH] with menhanlmra 
wUaliT* and tntdrrs of ail aorta, 
ihr olhor day I rountrd onr fiah 
nrtter; a pUr-dnvm iidlri: two 
l»an:es iic*d up at Vanci>uv*r 
Baryf wharf: a fItbr’nM v<*»iel 
and a scow off Kvanx ('olrman 
and Juhruon 

On«* of t»r«( HBirrfninI 


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Cana.ltaii Hn'htcl. Ihr «<nititir4>r 
Ing company n’siwasiUle for tlw 
Ti-vis .Mmmiaiii oil piprlmr i\'- 
|w>rts thal >1 hai> almobl laimpU-ted 
ji.s lurvTy of thr route fur the 
tutunil ans line whx'h is lu Im> 


VUKOM 


BV FR.\VK S. MOKI.KV 

Thousands of descendants of the Acadiaas from the 
etl States, as well as great numbt‘rs of visitors from 
>ec, joined with Freneh-s{H»akirig Maritimers thi-; 


K. Aiim'n & <'o 

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HlUIUNC 94.000.000 AO>t^ 


stjmmer to celebrate their inheritance In that lovelv land 


liiiiU thorp from the Pen«-e Hn i^r 


lurniHl over to those Acadian descendants to U'come a 
magnificent shrine. 

The relebratiiin was filled 
with gaiety and aurely e\ery 
Canadian of Hrltl.xh descent 
wants the d.iya of the Kxpul* 
xlon forgotten In a na!lon.il 
unity that nvermnies our 
r.i^'ial and religious differen- 


^aroioNB^ 

vj j.900.000 Acats, 

JOhna 


Ro»«l Triui Huiltlinc: nl- V»-w X<*t4ioB, H.C 

Irtryhone: 3-llTl 


happier relations between 
Krrnch and English. Ttoeu- 
inentecl!'' Mr. Clarke quotes 
from Article XIV of Ihe 
Treaty of I'trerhl: ’The said 
subjects of the King «of 
Frani'Oi living on th»* Penln- 
;ula." I I'ennut find the 
phrase living on the Peimi 
.Mila ", in the Aril, le 

He states that after Uc" 
treaty "what is now known e» 
the Proviiue of New Brun- 
twu'k " remained a possession 
of Framtv iiy no iirctrh of 
the imagination can the treaty 
refer to the Province uf New 
Brunswtrk. Me refers to the 
Abbe le l.ouire as '« .self- 
constituted agent of the 
Freni'h.” ^p^ Volume J tUtOc* 
of the At' hives of Canad.i 
contaias .ep..n. frnm ie l.<"i- 
Ire to Ills obMOiM employers. 

In oi'*- letter, for instance, 
le l^utre rejoli es that he L'' 
aurceedlnr in his mission of 
raising the Indiansdn dread- 
ful rebel!: 1 , 


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17.900.000 ACRtSi 


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MONEY TO LOAN 


In thi> I mnection we «-iin 
nil rejoice m tlu- leadiTship 
of that wise and able states- 
m.in, Archbishop Roy. Uis 
notile spirit surely appeared 
In Ihe gravious, eloquent ad- 
dress sent from the tremen- 
dous gathering to the Queen. 

'>uch a generaua. spirit Is 
sorely nes'ded. For example. I 
picker] up a book for ."ale at 
t\.ingellne'a Park eniitlerl. 
“K.spulslon of the A< Hth«n'^," 
b'. <»eorge Kn^h-i .. - t 'c, ke 
1 Brun-w Ick Press. Fre<Ieric- 
l*rn 1 Ab"vp the title ai*- liie 
words, repeaiivl an<l under- 
lined on Ihe inside page. 'The 
True .Story Kl'icumented'.'* 
The book wUl nor make fnr 


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lenth to Suit 


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SAVONA 


VANCOUVfCl 


HUNTINGDON 


Cnimdinn Gov(‘riiiuciU, Municipal 
and C'orpurutioti Si'i-uritic's 


Fifrure Exaniierated 


The route of the Wesicoast Tniasmivsion ri.itiiml gas 
pipeline L« shown on this new map prepared l>y 
f'anadian Bochlel, the mmfKiny which will tx* 
n*sponsihlc for the ■.oivsi ruction, It also shows the 
\rtsl aren- -much of it unekplorod from which the 
pipeline will draw it : natural gas. iSee 

further .story' in Harry Young's column.! 


. ' i.irke th«* ' 

KT -'f A' Bdians .leported 
liru-en thoujind. which 
’■y exaggerate!. He 
Acad!.xa< went to l.,oui-v. 


VVii.u we lack must i< 
<ei •.d.ii .‘dij'try ‘ w; 
uni'mploynicnt i-Aperl.* 
.Meanwi..:> the ■.*. 
there if we .>ii find any 


wr- forever keep «l.-. e an- icnl 
ant.'igonikm.s ' I ni>er tr.wel 
a. ' ; Duwda wiib»ut marvel- 

ling at Its infinite vancty and 
limitless pefentioJ. It si'ems to 


Mood, Gundy Company 

l.iiiiitrd 


di- -» who went there w.tc 
nr- who - ••- returned ?•» 
I’.xris and were di-Mli."fu*d 
there 

Aren't lliere a number uf mLs- 
|:.ki that damage uur ■.-■•nfi- 
deiK'e in the book.' When w.is 
l'--:.'-im'.dlw made "l.*)nl Torn- 
wall is ur when w.iS there .-.ueh 
a person as "the Ri*ihnp .<f 
Tinada?" U u a pity that this 
bonk IS iM-ing - Id at Kvangel- 
me - park, n fart wlurh will 
gi>>- It semi-official en<lorsemt-ni . 

Robert RumiUy'- FVxik, ' His- 
t -ire <P‘ • .Atadienv- " will rn-ntc 
i. '>ii)itv by ils tremendous anii- 
English l>-: Rumdly calls 

ujsm Ciruidi.xns of French de- 
s< ent to resist all things English 
— Knidish trhoo}. Fjjglish r>«*ws. 
pnfier, English ememn, English 
radio, tod even the English 
raiec'hksm. teaching, and confes- 
tnmalf 

Rumdly appears io rejoice m 
the incredible lact Uial out of 
1117.631 FrcrK-h In New Bruns- 
wick v.ho are W per cent of ihe 
pMiail.ition. ino.OOO s|>eak only 
French! 

Such a .spirit is p,irlirulwly 
jetd wltcn Oinaili.ms of English 
descent are making a delermine*! 
effort to draw m<ire rlusely to 
the FrcTich. to learn their lan- 
guage ajMl BppriH-iale their cul- 
ture. We mu.st forgive ami 
lorget murh on both soli's if w-e 
an' ever to create one nation. 

Ortaioly Archbishop Ipiy Is 
one of the finest leaders of 
F rench CaruuLi in iLs history anti 
will prove a mayor influemr in 
determining Uw course of Can- 
adnn national life in the years 
ahead. We must all pray that 
hiv meliomling spirit prevails. 

w> ran only build a naiion on 
uivlerstanding and r»«>dwill Is 
fOiaU 


In do a new ihinu in Canada .■> 
that wi- 'in denuinslrate ii> all 
the world liow different rm c 
may keep their culture, laii- 
guage, ami I.xilh in the i»erlccl 
unity of our unniue stem of 
respomiible g<jvcniracni. yet be 
joined in on* nation. 


M.x>i»e m our 
munlly we should *■ 
on A litt!e glamtir for 
dent harbor 1 -e Fi 


for cars In C.insda In recent full particulars - i enrollment 
sc-ara has !»*en ihe shift of nruiy be obtainr-il fr.*m the regt- 
p<Mple into a range of Income slr«>r. Vtc(nii.i ('u)lege. 
wUere car-buying Iwcomes « * * 

feasible, it adds. MINK ■•KOI Mn I p 

t'anndiari Exidoratlon, a vub- 
.siiiiary fif Plaier Di'Vi*l<>pment 
l.t(5 h • .1 :/ ■ .n. if SEI-**!, 


2 Young Men. at'e 1922 wi»h ‘Irr !c IJ .sliji -ivin. l 
lesk In old est.ihllshed m.iiiuf.i- "u mg firm. Mi 
interest m .selling, as nghi jki .in I'vcntuallv 
p.sri of - ‘■••s fon-e Apply in wtding i'.- Box lOIA. 
Press, sialing Tge and previou.x exiN*rlence. if any 


A H4KW>R 

No city in Cnnmla has a skater 
stability Ihan Victoria, ileetnr 
ftnnible, secretary nf the Victoria 
Chamber of Commerce, is my au- 
thority for this statement 

It Is a rtty of more Ihan T.50t 
eMI servants, federal, provlorlal 
and munk-tpal: uf S.MW navymen: 
1,000 soWiers: a fair eonlln*ent 
of RCAK; 7.j0n In larger iadiis- 
Iry and srrvle# m-eupatHMA: S.iWS 
In wbnleaale and retail merrhan 
dHlag: I.TnO in lurhherlng. anil 
I IMA In food proressinc. 

\*ld to this the lari-e number -of 
f^i rwis living upon fixiM incnm- c 
and you have m Victoria a city 
I.kely Ilf be less wnmed by upi- 
Biid-dows Ihan the majority. 

Vet despHe thH favorable stale 
of ariain. Vwioria has a harbor 
that is rapkih' aninx hito deeay. 
Waterfront property in Ihe inneri 
li.obor, once a tressurr*! po-sevi 
son. IS now an unwanted liobihiv 
Along that siii-:. barkiru; on 
to Wharf street, wh.ch used to 


CAR roi'l l..\TION (.ROMS 
fanadl.in per capita Income-* 
tiKlay art* Just .about on the same 

level as .those rearhe*! in ihe A course m business manage- 

l.'niled .Niates In 1939. a« cording menl is offered this winter by QOO In ihcjiine months emJing 
Io Ihe Bank of Nova .Ncoita. on Victoria i'nilcge Evening Divi- May 
.1 review of Canada’:- auiomoblle sion 

fn.irket. Under the ijin'ciion of .id- 

It points out that this w nunivtrative and profewional 
ilo.xely related to the present auiH.iritie.x the coutsc will be ->f lead 
I *ana«Usn car population and the 16 lectures, and a lertlficate mg i 
r rar population in 1939. will i>e issued to all who suc- 
In other words, as income In- cessfully lomplctc the course 
rreaaos the number of cars to Among the lecturers are tl TEH 
the pojiulatJon move.s up in line A. Johnslon ‘liCE' ru-x»rdln- Te 
At the end of 1911 there were ator of the course; .V. O. Pa- ,v*rc-,i 
177 cars !o every l.tXK) people quetle « Stevenson and Kel- Coni 
in (‘anada. whereas In Ihe loggi. Frof. J. A Crumb beon 
I’niteiJ Stale* there are 296. H'BC. economics'; Prof. A W two 
"ir there Is any aspetl of R. Tarnilher* <UBC. law; T. to r 


Gladwell Man 


This comparenl with 
$7rAnfjo in the r«irres|H.niling 
peii':'l of pi'll 

in Exploration ha«- 
and a tungsten min- 
near .'kilmo, B.C. 


FOUR SUITES — OAK BAY! 


iiiali Bpartmerit building premium i I-arge lot. ideal 
for future expansion t>d hut water heating plus four 
sep.ii.iM- dc>mf -'1. w,i»i‘r heii.Ms ensure .i low overhead 
netting over 10 ; O.ik flooi- and boxl of fridges and 
ra;-g. - rnvncr having other inici. ’ will give dUcuunl 
fur c.'sh or very ea»\ tern-, to a resjit-.nsihli* purchoxT. 


No Agent* 


MONEY TO LOAN 


W* h«v* tiM ■•Uas'lM xtiMaala tmr 1*1 Mart(>f*« 

$1CK)0 — flBOO 91BOO - $2500 ~ 50000 
• 5500 — flOOO — *5000 — $10,000 
fTt'UU'MT EAT** up P>T»BIST — NO till. VT 
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BROWN BROS. AGENGES UMITED 


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OF CANADA AND AMAJUCA 

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smvnNO tncTOiUA-a bivjnbs* and pBonsajONAL ucn 
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BOB Bmx flTT 
The 61,000 Dnllar Question 1* 
Who's tJolng to lUwBllf 
B<ib urge* you to hurry in and 
rtii..i«e your new cor from any 
one of Ih- * f.imous names 
Mei>-<>r. Mercury. Lincoln. 
Zephyr. Consul, Anglia or 
Hrr f*^t. 

Only a few entiles left. Come 
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JOHN HART. President 


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INSLUANCE • REAL E.STATE • BONDS AND STOCKS 
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LECTURE 2ND CORRESPONDENCE 
COURSES 


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Will Commenre Ortnber S 

Acroun'iM? 1; RuBH-f-x A-“- “-urting 2 

'Thejie cnurxex »re Ihe first’ three iciciing to »he U I A. 
degree The fonowine .four e»n be taken hv corn* 
Bpondenre through the fs^iltiicx <*f the I’nlvcr'lly of 
Rrituh '.'olumhla. 

Fundamental* of I'oxt Aerounilng' Advanced Co«l 
Accounting. Industrial and Buslneti* TygisUtlon: In- 

dustrial cS'ganixation and Managament. 

Tbe.xe eouraes are de«igned for the training of the 
imbllious Buslnexx Exenjlive hv a National Organl- 
ration tmrorporaled in every province m Canada. 

KEEP ^’P WITH THE INT>f«TUIAL EXPANSION 
OK HfllTlSH COLOMBIA by h*Tomlng a aperiallat In 
I'.rxt and Industrial Arroun*tr-.s Affiliate with an 
organiration which ha National course* National 
examln;it.;.,i«. National rertlfiratr.'. and National reo.g 
nltlon, INm'STRIAL AND f=*ST ACCOUNTING 
keeps you abrea.xt of Induttrial r'lvMopmenU 


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Qj* II ii'.Da 141 
Ki-i-r n*A'i I4« 
e-3 !!*m«rk. Ill 
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‘7 sincerely believe that 

Admiral TV for 1956 is the 


biggest step FORWARD since TV began” 

VINCENT BARRECA, President of Canadian Admiral 


“For the first time in TV history you are guaranteed 
dazzling performance, whatever you may pay for your set. 


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'yx rz, AT ADMIRAL, have for some years 
VV made and sold more television sets 
than any other name in the industry. 
That kind of leadership carries with it 
great responsibilities. The product we 
make must not only be better ... it has to 
get better all the time. It must give you, 
the buyer, more and more for your dollar 
, . . more quality, more performance, more 
trouble-free service. I’m proud to think 
that Admiral leadership has come about 
through proof pf quality where it counts 
, , , in your home. 

A “AVup Deal'' for TV buyers 

t-*That*s why I’m now especially pleased to 
announce that,’ after three years of inten- 
sive research, planning and occasional 
setbacks, Admiral is the first to bring 
about a basic and important change in TV. 

-As you well know, the moat important 
single thing about any TV set is the picture 
you get. How good the picture is depends 
on the power of the chassis and the quality 
of the picture tube itself. But, until now, 
it has been an unavoidable fact in the 
industry that, as price came down, many 
components, absolutely essential to top 
picture-performance, often came out. Low- 
priced sets just didn’t have the power to 
pull in a really good picture everywhere or 
the refinements to beam the best picture 
into your living room. 

*' What we set out to do was to eliminate 
this difference in essential TV quality. We 
wanted to bring about a “new deal” for 
TV buyers. I can now tell you that we 
alone, and first in TV, have succeeded. 
Admiral TV now offers you something no 
other make can. It’s something you should 
consider very carefully when you’re buy- 
ing television. 


Television's Best Picture in Every model 

**Eivry 1956 Admiral TV set in 21', 24' and 
27' sizes now gives you the same three 
basic quality features without which it is 
simply impossible to get perfect picture 
performance. Regardless of the price you 
wish to pay you get: 

1. Our new Super Cascode Chassis. We 
have tested this remarkable chassis 
under the worst reception conditions 
... in aircraft, in mountain ranges, 
over tremendous distances and in every 
climatic extreme. We are now certairt 
that it is far and away the world’s 
most powerful. 

2. Our “Magic Mirror” Aluminized 
Picture Tube which produces a truly 
brilliant picture with a high fidelity 
range of tones from black to white 
, . . and 

3. Our“Optir Filter” screen which com- 
pletely eliminates all glare. The Optic 
Filter works like a photographic filter 
to create absolute crispness and clarity. 

“ It’s not hard to see what this means to 
you as a TV buyer. You can now choose 
any Admiral model in any price range . . . 
and you can be absolutely sure that not 
one element has been sacrificed which con- 
tributes to chassis quality and peak picture 
performance. In other words, even our 
lowest priced table model will now give 
you a superb picture on local and distant 
stations. 

“I sincerely believe that this Admiral 
achievement in uniform picture quality 
. . . regardless of price ... is the biggest 
step forward ever made by any TV 
manufacturer. 


TOP-FRONT Tuning in every model 

“There are two other points about 1956 
Admiral TV which I’d like to mention 
briefly. The controls on all our sets are in 
the same place. In every model we’ve 
placed the controls where they belong . . . 
up top, out front. You have only to tune 
a set once from a comfortable, upright 
standing position to know what a differ- 
ence TOP. FRONT Tuning makes to the 
enjoyment of using your set. 

“Top Front Tuning also contributes to 
the design of our new cabinets. These were 
created by a group of eminent furniture 
styHsts who, to my mind, have achieved 
a slender, timeless beauty which I know 
will please you and be a genuine contribu- 
tion to the beauty of your home. 

A H-ord about Automation 

“Naturally, to do what we have done for 
TV this year, a way had to be found by 
which sets could be built more efficiently 
and economically. That way was through 
the proper use of the Automatic Assembly 
techniques which Admiral has pioneered. 
Automation is simply the true efficiency 
of mass production brought to TV manu- 
facture. It has made it possible for us to 
make more TV sets, increasingly better 
sets, at lower prices to you. It has made 
possible the uniformly great performance 
of every Admiral TV set in 1956. 

**/ hope you will make a point of seeing 
and trying Admiral before long. There is 
no doubt in my mind that our 19S6 models 
are the greatest TV sets ever to bear the 
name of Admiral." 

Yours Sincerely 





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HEARING-AID 
OF THE WEEK 


14 Bail^ (Colonlat v^tiorj*. BC. Sm. s«pt. n, Altochs Ijihcruls 


Shock Tactics 
Woo Lillooet 
v4s Battle Ends 


Bennett and Bonner 
Charged with Btot 


Socreil Forest Policy 
Upheld by Finlavson 


Sgi AMlSH BC K’Pi — 

Arthur iJunR wild Knd*y 
mtlil PrrmiiT Benrwil and All- 
nrm*y r,pner.il BonmT M<»rr plann- 
ing lo iTpInce ihc 16 wiiinR m^m- 
aitarhi'd himself lo the Sot'ial Ih'vh of th^ Kuvemmrnl in thnr 
CVmIii. rulmtt* in the n«‘>;l provincial 

“Mr. Bemiett's claims of debt elei-iwn 
mlurlion in BC are not lu im- The Liberal leiuler lold a by- 


elcctuin IS called," Mr. Ijiiiik said. 

Newsprint is made from 
about H5‘r Rrmind wood and 


SQUAMISH. B r. fCP) — Di-ane 


Fmlayson, provincial ProRressiy e- 
(’onservalive leader. »aid Friday 


BV KAV BAINKS 
Colonist Kcportrr 


np vosterday in a flurry of name-callinc and low blows 
\shii-h madp some nn-erit British Columbia by-^le<‘tions 
seem like loastma.slers’ 
didiatcs. * 

Tlie ouicome is anylmdy's * 

(fuess. I'rraucr VS' A. l' Ben ^ 

/leM has iM-rn pullins in bic ^ 
crowds al his meetinj;a ihrouRh ^ 
mil the riding on behalf of ^ 

Social 1‘redU cjndidale IHinaUl 
Rohinwin * 

Bill so has Ifordon itibson. 

Ihe oiits{Miken former l.il»eral '■ 

.Ml. A who bns chareed (he ^ 
premier wtih. amoiig other ' 

Ihiiigs, ai-cepllng brihi's for ^ 
the iMtuance forest manage J 
men! Ilcenees. The premier 
has ralieil the charges •smear ‘ 

Iju-lirs arising out of des|N>fa- 
llon.'* « 

Miind.is the hriiwling landi- ^ 
d.ile will lie h.iuled inio the 
roiiri of public Opinion where j 
l.illiMiers IVOIIO voters will p4«s , 
judgment on them and the 
truth of Iheir charges 
MtMMFItS KMM.AINS 

I.jinda and Koresis Minister 
n>»bi‘ri Sommeis Knd.iN tol<l a * 
meeting of |>eople ai Hii 
t.mnirt Beat h that Ihe foiesi ' 
managoment licence system ^ 
put an etui to “sjiecuUiMon m ^ 
forest lands" Me s«uJ s<»me ^ 
jMsijile IviNe made millions ol , 
dollars thi.s way. l*his was a 
veiled reference to Mr. (iihsoti. 
who sold nut h;* Timber in- 
terests on Vancouver Island 
Mr. tillisiin’s latest attack 
also came Friday al a meci- 
Ing nf iAO p«M>|>le In S<|iiam- 
Ish. He said Ihe recent ad- 
Joiimnienl of the Sloan com 
mission forest iiuiuiry was 
arranged hy the governmeni 
Ko Ihr IJIIooel voters would 
not hear the iniih alMiut for- 
est management licences. 

Me said "Ihe big boys,” and he 
named II R MacMillan, were 
*‘aftaid" to te.sllfv TxMnie the 
rommlsslrin. 

BK.VNKTT ATT.Af KFn 
Robert Strachan. CC'K mem- 
ber for (.'owichan-NewrasMe. 
also rut loose against Premier 
B»‘nneif hy charging him with 
“deliheralely misleading 1 h e 
people and felling falsetioods." 

He called the premier "a 
phoney t onservaiive talking 
through hV< hiihhle gum" and 
referred to the government a« 

"one nf Ihe slickest hiini'h nf 
eonfldenee men that ever 
dealt from Ihe bottom of the 

Mr .Strachan was .speaking on 
behalf of Ihe C*t‘K candidate 
Jack Tlioma.s. 

Premier Bennett's strategy 
during Ihe campaign has been 
to avoid the fore.«l management 
lli'enre controversy and stump 
for the^gnyemnienl’a re^vird of 
road building, debt reduction. 
eo«‘l«l aervli-es. etc. 

Mr Shimmers |us lieen carry- 
ing the ball on Ihe forest man- 
agement ilcen«e quesiltm, , 
mainly w-Ph a technical explan- 
ation of how the ayatem works. 

I'RFMIKR llht KLFH 
The premier ran into aome 
organized Liberal heckling at 
t'linton during the week when 
a number of queationers went 
after him chiefly on the ques- 
tion of forest management lli'en 
ces and SvM ial (‘reilil monetary 
theone.s 

When a man charged Ihe 
premier was giving unfair 
answepi, the premier worked 
an old dodge <n his advantage. 

He askevi all those In the hall 
(there were some IRAl who 
believed he had been (air to 
aland. All but alvoul all 
people r«M*e |o Iheir feel. 

The premier has also t»ren 
biiitenng up the women of the 
ronsiituenry dining hia tour. Ih* 


fai'i.s alKHit foiest niauagemeni 
licences. 

.Speaking here m suprairt of B«*n 
Clierry. (kinwrvalive candidate m 
the l.illooel by-eleclion .Monday 
Mr. Fmlayaon said: 

"The altemalivc lo Ihe licem-en 
i.s government manAgernent. or a 
cumbinalion of both. I'he claims 
Ih.Hl the government is giving 
away Ihe forests ta rvorwense 'Hie 
piescnl system .puts re.sjxMisibility 
lo repnaluce forests on Ihe o[a*r- 
alors. The Liberals lasiituled Ihe 
system, ami now they .moan aboui 
it, because they seek to replai-e 
the ('(T as the antagonist of 
busirg>K.s " 

"Bennett is a political freak, lie 
is neilher honest nor dishonest lie 
is twisted, or badly bent — bent 
on becoming prime -nlni.sier. 

"Twice rejected by the Conser 
vaiivps for leadership, and m>t 
wanted by the Liberals, he has 


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21 DE LUXE 
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VOI K ( HOK'K 
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NEW CLASSES FORMING 
SEPT. U . If - 2S 


Here i.s an uniisual photo of th«* jet gyrodynp e.xperi* 
mental helicopler on view at the big aviation show 
staged by the .Society of British aircraft ron.structors 
at Karnliorough. f^ngland. It has a short wing- 
spread and two forward-push propeIlei*s. — (Central 
Press Canadian,) 


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Inflntum Pn>h 1 rm 


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True-Mix Concrete 


Versatile Fastener Useful 


a quartprinrh boU. use r 
ihiriy *even sixtyfourths drtli 
and make the hole a half Inch 
di*«»p. 

Ihciuro X show«t the (a.sten- 
er. U. In (lie hole. A keyway is 
- lown at a ■ and the rubber 
sleeve at “b " For ea.sy vtsuali* 
/anon. s|jait*s •e' are' shown 


cannot be used on glass plas- 
tics, marble or <eramics A 
\erNatile new fa.-ttener h.».< 
b<‘en developed to aitarh 
IhlngH to these surlacey. and 
U available at haidwan* 

»pire«i 

iMcture !' show.^ one uew of 
the new fd«^iener. A*> indiiated 


shelf and T ihows a towel 
raeR. Screw'-s end nall.s can be 
us<*d on wo<kI surfare.v but are 
not .snil-Hfactory In plaster. 
plasitThoar'd nr fibrous ma- 
'i’li.iis. and screws and nalU 


nv J RAI l‘H DAiaKl.L 
A < oinmon job In any home 
Is frt-'teninf! '•»iel\*« towel 
racks and other obje-t' j*er 
manenlly to walls and other 
Hurfa<*es. Picture S ehow.s a 


The right mix in the right quan 
tii> . . . delivered to the Job. 


water. There are loo few doc 
tors. 

education Is xtlll insutficJent 
nilierncy ts silil atuunil 40 |ier 
t'ent despite the government's 


MtJClCO CITY fAP’ After 
more than a century of almoat 
constant Internal dlsturlmnces 
which slowed her development. 
Mexico ui growing up an«l life 


Two 

\\ arrhous«>s 
AOti Wharf M. 
3191 INiuglas 




an ex|>endable rubl»er sleeve, f In picture Yt W furnlshe<l 
which ia lightened In the hole Kath fasli*ner has two key 


Mexico, settled by Kuro[)ea[ts 
almost a hundred years before | 
the rest of North America, hasj 
always been overshadowed nyi 
her blHR'T richer neighbor Her| 
industry and traiie are mo'lelled| 
on the I'nlted State* alth'UDThI 
her banks and older retail' 
Nt.irc*- follow French customs 

f)e#ipiie lernfu: cuUural pre»- 
--.fe from the north. Mexico 
has remained a Ijiiin. Roman 
' ^ulvdic rountrs. l..rngihy and 
late lunch hours are still the 
■ ti.strri- Mexico has It.s own 
movie Industry and Us be.<t 
film.s are good. Politics are 
noisy, not notoriously hone«tt. 
Newspapers .still publish (Kietry. 

Bur new mads and airlines 
have reduced the hlH* W.iier 
running off them has l»een 
turned Itilo electric power. New 
crops hn\e made the valleys 
more produclive. 

In l^ years Mexico has In 
creased her population by 
per auii But her national in- 
nime, the tuial value of all 
farm and factory goods, hi': 
doubled m that lime That 
means that 4<> per cent mor® 
pimple are getting lOo j*er com 
, more goois And that means 
that everylxMly la eating more. 

I dressing better and spending a 
little more on luxuries. 

•Baslc.illy. the reason for all 
this Improvement 1? political. 
'Mexico IS efUoying longest 


'Hiere's another dark rUnid 
on the Mexican horizon— infla- 
tion. The value of the |ieso has 
dropped from 22 ceni.s in 19.19 
to eight ('ents now Kvery lin»e 
the trade balance g<^ against 
the country, the govcn.ment 
has drop|>ed the value of the 

p»*.Ho again. 


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»loi« an indicated at ‘a." 
pfiic- "h" of the key are m- 
’'••rte<i in the slid' As the 
kcj. ia turned the rubber 
*-I»*evp expands ax ahown at 
• f ■' and holits t^e fastener 
se. iirely without tearing or 
>haiiering the materiala. 

Pufurr X xhow.-v how the 
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Fvc iHjlt.H having slotted heads 
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may be taken dou« during 
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QI KSTIONS AM) A.NSUFUS 

Q — Uhat mortar alimild I 
US4* for roocrete bliK-ks? 

A One part I*cjr!land ce* 
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one fourth the quantity of Ihe 
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IJ — IuaI grade of redwiMHl 
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i!«e a )obbefs dnil The trilled 
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For an eighth-inch bolt f.as- 
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virne M/e. For a Ihrecsix- 
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drill and make the hole aeven- 
MxK'enths deep. For quarter- 
Inih b<ilts u.-^e a nin4‘-vix- 
leenthx drill anil make the 
hole seven-Mxteenths <leep. 
For a quarter-inch bolt, use a 
brittle materials use n Iwi-nty- 
five sixty-fourths drill and 
make the hole thnH*-«tghtht 
ileep. For a lhree-.«>ixlcenlh:» 
boll, u*e a sevenli“en thir1y 
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Kif-rdir U <-.< .-. --jOIod boa 

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ba irn** ’ ;:t! - m £ , 

( (lamiNATlos LU( h tor bi* . 

>'•. 'i 

T»SSK BAIIA . . Va ;« A 

pa. vik' i 4 

THtHPIuNkMip nvBia . . »,iti Oa<.. -.an.r 


r«»TTON HtiBK MHIRTa . . . Neat eallar t porkri 
• >av*« In grrv. tiro«o or btua, tuua ii‘( to K, o 
Aaaoriro eharlu. Bo<t> I 


imxtrrn ri riavw In Mill 
ani'i-coiout »i*id a JA 


MPS nXTIBP . . . Whlia rritini band OI •> 
:i|ih cirar ta<a for oiaatnium Hint. 0 a 


a«tiT aillBM . . ruiarlv vriran wton alOi Mft fW.r 
ln»tdr Huunil iirrfc !nn| alerver Wlina hiiia 4 >1 Q 
anit irav. arxail qu41un *J>a Wiia Each 


hitr appi-iv :i x.-i •. 

ItKirtBV PBIM« 

**a . . Lra' ■ . r! 

Ai . - : • 41 a;-.;r V j 

MIHRIlr I I RTIINt 


w for I 
diral.ia hark fl'ifii and 
nraii'.- a 


I— Walloao*'. Irvanl Plaar, 
Hbum farataiitaii BbIUIdi 


HHITf a ’ <-«'a : 

roi-no no «i,i,a rittit.t prrr >it arm 
v*! >* Binatl n.rhtuin and iargr 


rutiatna of tfottro mat 
'< IrlUa Biraa o am 


PAINTS 

AND PICTURES 


Him m r «i it . 

•ft. 040 « • ' • . I.a* na. 

maUium ana laiia 


MIN'a BRK'M 
^ al>rii|i>. iraihfr root 
ana aitipca 


of a'rona rlaaii^ art! 

Flam •••*• :» tm 


Ml TiUii MHITI PAl>T ■ t quart an and 

larRcaUna, ‘ '«'!!• B*.;:. I'.r 

• HltriB . ouiuda paint. 1 Quart, and 

lorprntia*. ; “• "•* Boil, lot 
riI>T BSi uH al T . i*a nruabM orii i*i'' •>>>• 
r Furr bmtira tat in rtitmar h»i 

BEI «H * aifla Fnt attar aa*a 

p, -.i, r-.i'ttwr barn painta or Hal oil painu Bach 
Tl KF»MI>» . . . U 1 ima. 


Ma. r tti Cnaia'.d 
TRtll t INU 

V.i 5 and Ti 

a: .m No a 

aai MOW »Mi« 

*• . Hit. ■ ,.i 


lmi>or*ad c»a 


anr 


ora Fach 


I III1N a— loartiaa Hala PUx' 

H*a«a raralthinii Raildtna 


FITns A—.lifa'i Furaltblhf «. Mala Staar 


I ITUS a— Mraprrlra Arraad Flaar, 


MtOS n- t.atNpa Vaia Ftaar. Haarr fartiUliinta tlahillt.f 


rir Fit I I RM atirac'iva isouBtala acarra 

n\rta.rt ravrril franiaa 4 4Q 

0- Ear-. 

V ITOK m.PaiDta and Firiarra. an-and Plaar. 

Haaat Farnlaliinit Baildinf 


KITCHENWARE 


VI Ml* bodv 'nminrd ... 
on duui P»L.i -luai •apa< iii 


Special Economy Day Clothing Values 

CHILDREN’S SHOES BOYS’ WEAR CHILDREN’S WEAR 


WOOLS AND 
FANCY GOODS 


•ii'TiirH naaBi r . . matia of ailirdo a. 
mrhtwilna J* Irotn hauoia lu handla. Bacii 
t 1 I M BMTTI.y. . . I <|ua>t < apacltv. 

it.in»« t;ii . 1 ' .....1 Orrrn. rrd m( blii# far. 
M4I All HIRAIB of tlaaa bn* 

.. hi..- piaciii talt'l tori ano artnoti 

POI H ri T |I.«; PMAitilR . . all ai.imii 
*i‘h four ramovabla *•§ r«ji* and hnidrt ( 
ivat I Aim T» APOI ... A • .»p aua nltb p. 
aiumtnum inaolatM lotrr ro<h 

apOStiB MOP . . 1-in-l apenir vtofM . . 

bro.ti tfiurrtrt and apenir Each 
AA4ari 4 AbR FAN . IJ" In rtiamnrr t* 
rrni(.«aolr al >mtrium rrntr* ioch 


IPtr BLENliin TAR.N in bhlir aav. ta'oL (iirqw 
rardinol. otoan tft», trarda. maroan. «>*- *#ol « 

ravt'B. l#% o>lt»o Approa l-o* y 1 A 


4'Ah| a(. AHtHA Cantaa otlortlr and a'rap ahora 

• <(h t.-.'-i. taObrr aolrt and <uUUi>nad Inaoiaa . 

ha«a arm auppotta Blxra 10 to J eoilecU*at> ^ ^0 

f.ATON'B~ f amtlv Aba* I'aaire. H*raad Fluar 


• «ih alaaMC naUL o 4 BA 

doviolc real ^ | ,49 

PCMO PAJAAtAQ , . , of iti'nl.H* wjlh 

• JOB* ilrrvr* Or?, ni ir ai>d >aUo*. 4 BA 

An til. medium and lan* Fair 1 .49 

10N«..ALttVt AHIRTB . nf • 8 ar.forlr«t ‘ ect:: : 

dti*“‘“ Uma alra»»» uuiton fi.mt Ch*ra 4 BA 
> 4 -'rrrv> Bixra 4 to U t*ari Pair l•^tl 

Tfl AHtRTA ahnrt vlrrv** Of infton |r'r~* 

ftfliind nrct. ■ii*« amaSl. oirtltum A 4 B A 

amt lartr d. f..* 1.49 

flora- ANO TOI TflN' OWIM TRt NKA. r.- inn la»;- -- 
ir> ainr r>i '-iiia Aitb «lm* tide tinitra Hurt 4 ba 

•» 1* Fair - 1.49 

f ATON'A— Bay*' »*ar. Third floor 


4-PIY CATOSA HoMfAFrN ’rrat*d lo ha •hrina-rrauiant 
Whiu. aav. Ii«tit o>i« inrdhiin pink, ilfhi auiriia ‘-'d 
ro*r broon, rardinal niarnar. tunaiar. A 1 

^a^v. blai k Apprvt. l-ot baila D for I .Hw 

tmi m.r. rnitTIno for nravirr iwraiart ond aot-ka Whit* 
yaOi'o. bra«rt. M«rla(. 9 1 

Approk > or holla O for I •‘tw 

I-Pl.T NYlSlN lb ohitr. pink ai» trranlum. tllv#r trrv 
boil* miK. vrlioo poppvrmini bioba. black B 1^0 
Bkipprr Approt I oa. balla *♦ for 

roAM RtBBfB CNiPA (or llliins leyt. makini ruahtona 
and manr othrr uar* A 1 /IQ 

Approa lO-M. ptckaari . V p«f» ••‘♦J 

BTANPCIi Pillow rAAfB^nf (irmlv voroB •htu -tun 
Ftniahrd with htmalllrhod hrtn* Bavrrot 4 BA 

pa'tama to chooao from Fair I •*♦5 

BART wool, (n thadra ol blur pink. yrllo». an la and 
*hit* Botanr bne) nvlon rolnfaictd* A 140 

BhrlnkprMl. l-nh l-o« bailt *♦ bolia I .Aj 

kATON'B— Wool aad Fanaf Oaoda. Third Floor 


MIRi.A' BII||.|A ... of narrtM.* a'.d 'aton arrtat* 
With .-:.:;a> nyino lara trim, puff tloavu. but ra 

front Fink. Mur ma.rn and ahnr 4 BA 

Sum I to Ok PbcIi 

■Ihitari! a ira.io name for lia Pnhr>i«r llhra 


m TIiOOR Mori AhlSA In bimr rrram or pal# 
Jrathrr aith cuahum loaoir* nraoairmu around 4 b A 
iha lopa Biua 4 to 9 rollorilvtlf. Pair I *09 

TfRRV CLOTH BlirFfRA . oanhabia latrr rlnih 
muira «llh alaaiie almi nark, thick foam riibbrr »■'. 
Rod, rmal or pair hlua BiMa amall, mtdium 4 BA 
and lartr. Pair 1*49 

f ATON'S— Family tlioa Cralro. Arrond Floor 


FOPOVIR aitlRTN in 

»at*i iippoi iionl oprnmi 
8Ur« S t4 at 


CANVAS GYM BOOTS 


noVH' n ASA . . . B 0 kr> •'ll* la. Itunl 
pcK.f.a clpiirr cloolni Bitri S Ui a Fai: 


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Vartuua piaMa. fitiea 1 la Ax. 


CHINA 


flhuri airrt 


Tf» AtllRTH . tor bnta 
rrrw nrr. Aaaaiird a>rtl>ra 
%(rci 2, 4 and 9 


BSMUUH IMtNB CHINA Tf.ACI FS ANI> 

• AllfRN Mm 

BARTHINWARB TrAK FA ANO 4 

BAI (HRA lof o«arvda» ua* < 

FIMHtR •PRAII . . . BiKilali bona mint. 
Mch 

rOLOlRKO RIRU DIAIMN OLAtAfB . . . 
Brl of r||M 

COIOlRIli ULAAB BOWLS . . . 

Brt af taut 

BOI NO WIHIOKN TRAYS . . . ll'a diamai 

hann patnird Earh 

WiVOIMN AAlJAU BOWLS ... ‘ 

Indirldual atr* t 

INAI I ATM) Tl APOTS . . A r ip »• 

pniithrd aluminum inaulaifd ' 0 «or Each 
4.1 AAA TV ACTS ... art Of S. 


EATON S' 


HOSIERY 


HARDWARE 


riBIAim SOCKK . . . rtiimntipuod ' Ripnr- • fnr 

• nmtn and chlWron A.l-«rr>4 MCka aiin tra'-rrea 
anlok, apnnea lubbar Inaotra Nat), sroon. rrd. 4 BA 

• int Suaa 4 to 12. Fair 1.49 

NTIONH r.mini ahorr*. is-donirr dark art’-* 

narrov pane) hroU Pail cdloura, aura A 1 >1 Q 

I Id Ji la mraabtad lonaiha b pa - Ii49 

CATON^^— floatrry. Mala floor 


rt RA . . In eaav rn<ti>n I’rr-* 
(Hfik or blur Sura i lo « Fa>> 


4>IRia‘ JfAN'A . Rua.r at^la al’h two front 
pocarta, Sara 2 u ia Pa>- 


r.mi.A' TfANA 

Itnnt pa.-.*ta 
Pair 


. . ha*rr «l 
furry 1 to l2 


BLfEkMIA* ni 
a'00|«d nr. - ! — 
tai< and oi -'r 

Stir. i« tn I 

NVION f.tOlfa 


■•r.>tii>laiH aitb 
a pink. Oiua irrrn tonirt nr 


LINGERIE 


Air t>F Air.lR RITA an of 4 a aor b|<a 4 BA 

In' hon>r ur aotkah-:- 8*> 1.49 

WATIRINI. 4 ANA ".a, I* •! ■ dippod cal.anifrri 

a’rri «*l|on canaiiis ai>'. trn.ii- aoia 4 ba 

iiciiitiM head ft' 'I 1.49 

HAHMIR . . poHal'ril • rrl (irod i.ai.l»oo4 4 M fX 

liandir farh 1.49 

AHaltIkH iti N TER AAAI tor hnn.y or ramp Bo relit h 

r.i-Mii* ritfr and l'. Ih i.ra l l4iiilh II’ 4 BA 

► • • 1.49 

rtiAiniNAIMIN NUt ARI Biili lavrl aad acribbrr Maa 

i> -M.iir aitii fr mod rdga* blara rnamrl 4 BA 

ftamr Baih 1.49 

TIN HNIPA 10" drop forgod a’rri tinnrr'r aitipa, 4 BA 

fini.iiM oiih blur onamai painiod bandit. Bam I .49 

(■ARHEN RAREt ... 4 BA 

karit 1.49 

I ATOM A— Hardoaro, laotr Mata ftoor 


fllRItl ROY aNAPCRAILS in l.an. 
Bprcit>a. >n l«a« rlaaiK at oa>»r 
Cvluiira trd. blot and yrlioo. Pair 


RAYON CRIFL AI.IPA In bif t'lil aUa..:- . t at 
N)lon lara and anibrotdarv irimmini Wblia 4 ba 

iinlv m aura U la 4S Lacb I .49 

RAYON KNIT FA.NTIIil in DMat tailortd or fane, at<ir> 
Nvloa nrt and rmbroiStry tiimmiiig Fini. biur 
• htta. Small, enodium B 4 B A 

and largr 4 pair 1.49 

OI TbI/C FANTIEA In nrai llclibg U>l <r«d ttvl* Kn ' 
trom ra>0D yarna m paacri A 4 B A 

ahadra ^ 1.49 

I.OTHIC lilRDLf s In puU-an atyla Madr irom 
gtroieb alaatu:. WhUr oolf >n avaraga lenfib. 4 A t\ 
Brnall. medium and large Each I .49 

NYLON TAfPT r A rCTTU'OAT. ttrrad tor full. 4 BA 
ntM While amaU. uadiam ur large fa. b 1*49 

CUDBl I R APRON . . printed or plain A 4 ba 

rntlon with pot kala and tie till « • b fnr 1.49 
RATON KNIT ilOWNS blfh nylon rmbrutdrrf liitniiiint 
8**rrat atvlr* m marv# t>!u* p,ok. rello* a ba 
S mall, medium, largr Earn | ,49 

lATON A — IJmrrla. Arrand floor 


Plain 


a»*r Cc' briar gir-. nljy g/»-« 4 BA 

purj ir roar matte and bhite Pair 1.49 

All H aiilARIA i ri.ilfon Iirrh A 1 >1 A 

•■I'.arra Pnp'ilar fla./rrii a»rau>r b fnt 1.49 

I'lRt*' IMflRtll.AA a-~lttbad -umhirlae, Mgrriii- 

, .iiyru '-ii ii;.-. :ay ■_ avert m piain .-.ii.-.ii,* a a A 
ar nUiily Earh 1*49 

woMEN-a IMRRMI.AA . II rihbad umbrella* *uh 
raMVR o. r'aty covar* tn plain ruUuira or 4 BA 

plain* lum 1.49 

lATO.VN — Arcraaariao. Mala floar 


< l)KIMROV 0)1 RAM A 
Culitur* rrd. g.i"-.. iil.ie 
Surt j lo s Par 


<AKE FIATfS »llb handira. A 

Croon Lhital b fo 

Riiwt. ANI* RLRVfR lor fruK or aaiada 
8rl 

fNC.Iiaii BitNE CHINA TEACt PS ANU A 

SACCKRA b fa 

EATON'S— Thlaa. Mala Floor. Hoot* Faralahlna> 


OIRI A' JEANA . . Bfirr 
potkru Blto« • M It Pair 


bo*or baial. front porkrt. *a 


MILLINERY 


oi'h oyjtin irl’” Coloura pi< 

5 Tr‘ 1.4 


RECORDS 


RE< URO AIRIMn . . aunxlaird lean.rr A 4 ba 

111 :» inch tu» -llnirta IS rcknrdi b for 1.49 

I oNfi FI AV RM ORMa ■ ia.MC* apd popular m>iaii hr 

«f . tnnan oirnraira* aad ariiatt In 12-lncb 4 BA 

o't E*>h 1.49 

iHll.liRfNS Rrcitniia mada of •■obrrakabio «inv'i>r 

A •i--np>rir’ gro'ip ol aiddiaa ia*<Jun'r* P 1 >1 Q 

:• RPU farh 9 far 1.49 

«OI ARf l>4N(R EM (IRtlS . . . Tl RFM. Complr'e ap-h 
'•■•II. P'.}ip.;ar A 1 BA 

iavo .M>r. b for I .49 

• A Ton A Ma.ir rratrr. Mala ftfvar 
flao** faraiiMaA Bolldlag 


NOTIONS 


TOYS AND WHEEL-GOODS 


FOODATERIA 


/.AKMI.NT BAT. d'.raifir nia. .* ha.dp up 

r.r :-i Hae ja-inch —,.^r -i-*..!* 

Cotourrd ptaatlc faih 

IRONtNCi BOARD PAM AN|) CnVfR afT 
rollon rotor wllh ayauta for laui lanr.g reratp 
Tufirt pad Bci 

PIII.OW COVERS of plaaiic DraKi.rd to pri 

ptiMk and protMia irliet for aUrrgt aultrrrr' 
• ■' ftilda la.ieitrr B 

opcpiint 4 

<MAIR PAMS , heavy pla**:* pad *nh •- 
aoii .i;ipbg (apea <u tio ig thaira a 

■BoM buai fall fltlling b 

hATUN'h-NoUuaa. X 


IRASRnW tll'dieta) bith ruhbor 'ire and hannia 
Witroi aboui »' in dlairr»*r a’ r#an''inrd ten 
|h n’micg «hito nelAl handle* 4 BA 

' Inng faih 1.49 

sfT :...Ut lA" domp «ai>»i ii. ta.i'* •: - 

Kai.d pail a.- -'el •**«# and aano ^ 43 

I. TRI4KA Hea.iiv- .....i..' >■ -eif flunpp 


Chnir* Cut 


FLOOR COVERINGS 


I )KP iJght trull 

A:.. « I'la Ea. h 

rilKK AND Rl ANA Ba 


SILVERWARE, CLOCKS 


CHINA TABIF liOMTERS . . Rene China. IlgMrra pft 
linral drtigny autotnailc gilt head nratiy 4 BA 

hoard Each 1*49 

KITriUN RNIfT SETA T-pirra arU af atainiraa a->' 

InrIudA p*ring knife, erapriruii kntlr vArtabie kni>. 
Chet knife buVeivar knife. lUring kaUr and meal 4 BA 

rlraroY Bel I .49 

C'HII MREN'B PLATES . . a* aoml-porcalaU. 4 BA 

«lih plated fork and apcMen Sr( I .49 

SHYER rt.ATffl> fMsHEA in bm bon. rollth 4 BA 

brvd buitor alia Daitiiy rtraign farh I .49 

TARIE RNIVBA wlOt whtia bandlaa. A 1 BO 
atainlAM alee) t>)a<Taa O for 1.49 

•ALT AND FEPffR SNAKfRS . . af rrvt'al 1/10 
Biaaa. «llh aterilng atlver >npa Rrvaral ylyloa Fair I *49 
EATON'S— Sllvrroara aad Clorka. Mala Floor 


M frr >>oa* aaanelrS 4 BO 

la b I .49 

aimiig. yobbor aoyy-allp. ^ 43 
auiarmr obloor oomblnaiiona. Fnc>t»*l 


FITM n/M.A llfrilk* •■rr haired lerrirry 4 BO 

tmali hlat - .-i Api'm^ it bikh Ea< i. 1.49 

I'S llfilr boy dolta 12" long Head and boy; .f 

• ••Kanie vinyl liroaaad in linen plaiyuite 1 B O 
attoui coidura Fa<-h I *49 

CATON'S— Taye aad Hbr*l|oody Third floor 


TOILETRIES, SUNDRIES 


n AR* 

Ik-oi in 
APRICDf A 

ih-uc tin. 


Ayfmar fancy ban.rH 


riilt.l T TIhkI E . . 4 

aiiaarbrm gualiu. I 

HAIR 4 LiFFLRb . . . rbroRtlua'plaied 
madf Id England. Rar.b 

FIARN SOAP ... e 

madr m Lntlanrl A 

SHAXNO RRIAHES, aatutal brUDa 
Earn 

FI ASH Rl LRS . . . Optina No I 
photo fiaan buiba. 

4 Nl X" thepoaabla dtapora 

Br* n( it Bn* 

■ ATtiN-S fNsrCT BOMB ... to till 

Rinlli*. anit. ri< 

Nrt oeighi lO M 
EATON'S SRIN RAL.M . . . 
u ae boiUo 

HOIAIIIDID GLOVES . . . Hied. 

*.,<•11.1. gfl-i 

lATON-S SHAVIN4. CRFA.M hr ,<i.ie,< 

h' >a'*rrr it nr Jar 
1 1 NL H KIT onrkman I a>'lo 

«Uh taruum bOllM Eatb 
BVTN AALTS Pina, isyender nr r-t** 

eceni g ib nat 

F AT4)N ■ — FoOrarloa aad Saadeirt. Maia floor 


Dow Ktat rhnica 


FAT 4 )N'S— flaoy rovrrloga, Mafo floor, 
Moaao faraalabiagt BalMiag 


STATIONERY and BOOKS 


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HOUSEHOLD LINENS 
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DRESS GOODS 


SPORTSWEAR 


BATON AND WOOL TARTAN V4 inihea « Ida 4 BQ 
CMonaa tram U papular clan lartan* yard I .49 

tV' WHITF ftjINNCIBTTf ... IS >arla maktt 12 maprra, 

B'urdtiv oaten A 1 B O 

aafily happen 9 rartle 1.49 

» WHIAFilklNr, TAffiTA . rrup critneae ra* 
latfeia in land calour aymrtfflent. O 1 B O 

hand wuhablr 
Ml" COTTON FRINTg 
aprona. bauaadiarari. 


H AKAAAO ' PH I.OW rAAFK af aiiand biaa'ryad 4 BA 

r«<ran Hrm»'i<- »cr<< and ratio •'•iiprd Fair 1.49 

iNKllAiHMi aHPFTINf. In a g»hd yiroeig quality g| 
■ r ir*y aid* •ut'ame lai •h**i4 or 4 1 4 BA 

h'a-.. Ii'.lnek | } ,»,aa 1.49 

PRINTFD TARIIN4. Strang rafon M' •ts* Vo-.r 

'■’I'r ol floral ar fr>,i: noaitne an ah ■* •aiiabia 4 ba 

rhf lahU !.-•** '• — ''a|..i Yard 1.49 

PHinWTiNfNO r> -ng btearhad A 4 ba 

raid mabe* a pilln* - aae b rOrda 1.49 

MNIN TIA Ti/WSLA ai.il* •lib auHj-*l rlpat Mar.ity 

laop mr rnrntr ^ 6 ^ A 

Q I ^49 

srsfPfD KATFI mwtis . Caiibae etrlpa l••a4• of 

r:ra»-. ..na:;-, y^r Chaaaa bl»* yelMb raw 

•r ,rrm 1 lltcb M'lpra »n bhtie A 4 BA 

S r* /* .♦" C inr 1.49 

lARtff RATff fowFiA ar *'riyr>i fattqti t«rr* riath 

A*a->riad mulM-tir-pr. Die* H tSO 4 oa 

1.49 

RATH MATS and ba>h mgi a«t. Chokra af rottaa lasa 
•aiii ma-.a aia. }« «M ar ruiloa - ;t p|la aata, ma| and 
•*•' onYer Pgii.i and dark ahadoa a 4 a 

Rach. or arl 1 49 

tATOM S MauaahMd IA-m. Tbtrd'fhwa 


ysrdi 1 .49 

Notrlly bad (laral print* fnr 


The EATON Guarantee: 

*'Goods Satisfactory or 
Money Refunded" 


t yam* I 
Sanrarned 


ST' StfDR-PINlAN dHIRTINO . . 
raldurfaai ... in plaid* 
and rh*rk« 

SI" rOMNAt'LiHT SATFN . . . rkh 
hiairou* iciiura 

BTRIFED DFNIM M Ibrha* •Ida, 

ColourfaaL and aathahie 
RBTOM SirnNL.b . . Minch CalafiM .h»r..,r,i 
• ultmg Plain ahad* g . 

Wathabla Yard 1 ,49 

f ATON't— DrMB OwBa. Third fUw 


CANDY 


yatda 


CHtyCOI ATM III* • and dark cliot"li‘ra 
• llh *011 and hard trnirr* T ib hnt B<>k 
ML-INTOKH Torni impnrWd from B 
Riigiand Indiriduahv •rapped 4 

JMIJEB in attracii't a 

ahapa. Q 

AHARFS CHOCOLATE MINTS . . made B 
la Ragland 4 

CATON’S—Caadlw. 


pa p«f 


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with NO DOWN PAYMENT 


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f»*it »in' V >!‘M M . -.1 ji-i- '• ;.jH (>-.»• • •1 


h.i'.i' (• 'lo M/mi'tliirit: .ihi<ir MijL turTu*d u> 

Hi- •jrmT «l »jhi* f"*n V ll‘-‘kV .)f flow<Kl 

fi-im f>.rfv*t of :U"i mouM. ,»ml ‘Vf-r nu chlru 
"Y'lU tfoit.i i*i >i»fn' 'hui4 .ir*iuf 'hs* irft, 
whlvporr*! /iTr% • law .»o U- riblwitiH" 

•fir fonAad iinnkA at tl»<* wil for 

nmiKl 'WO Ml* h«? Ihji ii) 4 t tnar* 

«ni< !*'ft krpi n*j«h»n*j lov |.i<f Snm«*ihmtt worm 
-:ii .iiri*'l flown hi'‘ » h»*i'k Jnif rn»ii/<-<! tO'. ryf 
V !- lit M«‘ ii’i-.hf*'! ih«= .'\i- wiiti hi-- il,iUt ilov** 

.i\i' ' 4 r>>itnil •-.^^wlv iiawu.' y.ifvi'V '"Wfird 
lur. Ifir'i ri;ni if’t'* p*"iti.in st his 

• t hr* fi*inii-'i li‘f’ - it Ihi'ti* the 

‘Iw .vii,MiT Ilf ihw *(ImI .h-- r h*i ilriv* 

'!• It : ft ti-. =;*i| -i .l at iifui'.d Jt'ff 
ffh .1 '• »n •■hi* i.ji nri:i '•> the 

• !-Vr For I li - ti*-f -1 .t • •'■•I (••.« 'h//y 

■ i -I '* .1 I.JO-, - • • i liin; hit • 1 -- ! '.h- •>! hw 

; Hi-» »•-.*» ■ »ti-.| • - 1 iii :w .itui*y 

:■ ttin:: - ff 'I - II ri: ■ -f havi* 

I :• jft '*! • • * If Ml< -I’ > • ••{« 1 'V. w .*5 

j ojii.k Intt !i.i Ml* *:-M::-l Iiiw.if/i .rniifintj 

jfi -II* ni.’’''. fur jm ••|‘i i>inr. 


> Irff- Vmi 

1' t«* >how om»* 


W »»*vrr 
Inti't '•-1 .-Mwii* ••o' 
I , Nfl ohl l ilH-' 
W •( I ■•1) nr*! 

ti lov ~ ATi 

(|i .4 ^,.•l| fliitiHrii. 

Ini! • ■ :!!• K 

hfon l'ip<*fl»»*» 
h I'i II 'l*M f !■ 

~ • lull j , . -f ' 

Vf I , * • • f»*r? ^ 

VitlM" '(•••i* In- 
/••Hi f If till" II- ' 

|ii> I' moil •>! i* •- • 

I III •»••• i| I- • ■ 5 

• Ml III.- Iilltl- -I. 

Ill- - - I loti >1 ••“ 

|l « I* |•■•l••\ 


hr Ji*ff Al ■ I. 

•'JiC 1 h«* i-rit'.*.* 

p - * ' “V’- '• 

< d ritsi -•'•til. t 
•'Ill i; »•! 

r w|i'. il . 


« - il-i , I M. f*»i • t: . • 

t !i ! iiom !)-• !• -m jml 

V -'..i !i i.*M »K*f- Ti* *1** -1 

I! • '• ! l ■ .-r II w . 

•! w ot i '-It . 


UR 4 M KIIAVKX 


^ Joff’s oyos found Hel<*nc’s ami to him 

tho world uas >oiing and waim a^am 


>. iw It snil pilin' t^-*l Ht* Hi-* la. 1 t fhanr* 

■ -i.‘ ■rt-.i* tK*n ' Mf .ink ht*av;ly >111 *hn ifonl, 

■‘M 'J >-••» hn>^ ii ■ Ji jiy w hi>>tit‘i«'>i 
“J Hunt ki!-»w ' J.-pi -Miwrietp. ‘'lint .lon't 

loll- : .1. ..Tf . - r’l..,: ' 

'•Yt'.i hill ;.iu - an't 411 .*M w.!h .i )>uslmi 
ri'tni iii-ui-tl -Joei ^ 

. •••|i , t ' ..ii.i i.-.f ,11 . 1 u ifii* Jn-U i.mc 

iiit ■•iiinl iliir.- i>* t'“v mi-nt Y.iirno. 


Ml* I* iiitu i'!- o ■ itf- Wi'i# fiiiifU-** . 111(1 
(iii-ii Ml**. ! ••r*Miu' n«* 4>.iit> ftliii iti. -iiat w -. 
.1 > **r -» .. Mo t» -.It ’d . jli«-«. 

o\.i|hi»i.iu* . I.- u.t.K- \ 

Ji'lo-I I|» »H'I .li-ff I I I I.ist -I 'l t-fi a m.t 1 » •• 

fill II .. . ll.«mfll>ln*^lt• ” - lii'o iii- 

• uti* nii.i th»* if|f|.c r.it«r>l .m •■•itn* 

h.«ti 1 

.\o I lM*n till* S(im .^liiaiii’f hail * hiiit 

• ml 'tm i"i»l .1 \i.; -4 itiipi iipi aii>l ■oinini.’. 

(Mil Ti(*«il**-I M will (ot*r .1 ri.irnt" In* 

iSniM fxr ttu* liilo “Thmi' ij ' »• n'j>r.o 

i»*n •! r.d :o It l.ir -..11 --.afti : .nt *«k 1 Am!, 

mii v* ‘ .-<jiiTi *i,u; .1 ni**:iiii . * 1 % ‘mo.r* if 

w>* 1»1 I'l h|l*in»*-**. Y' .( iV tiM‘.oi;ii. Jeff >i»U 
kn>iA A li.is iiAon Jt*lf -till w*o,,p.-i*t» \% hy ho 
h-t in I ■-li.«'**tt .'sam '.N'*' bvisii.r** ..t il -oi-l. 

.\ii » .*i«»rr lir wa* I'liipi: m .1 nnp: ■ ;..*r .1* tw* 

h>i<l *t» ff •I'Hf'i r'ti4 i'iir: t*i- a hun<ir>*«] or nion- 
. . .1 h.i* lM*(*n . 41 twnnlN fiijhi' 

. . .in. I i-i ch;- (•iiiii-i. I!.- fiiitnri rmililli* 
wt*«4;i» offanipi.in *if thf wimUI Jrff :*'---|iUi'!' ' 

Joif .1. . 1 * 0(1 'licini* tiMl(-«l he |iiM- 4 T.il 

ItoA'-l .tf*ii\ nut'et*-*! .il>**iil him Tt-ry w.ilKnl 
to llnj .•nil*. Inr Ml J(*ff .i/c-i up ill* 

ti|ipsui,-Mi A iikriv liHitctn/ .MiHi:- 1 « ( hil*K> .itxl 
iUi^IouhIv w pim rniiHHi He -mukiK hnivLs .iiul 
imitt*>l iM.k to hm own lorm-i' Thr* InMI. Jolt 
■iltil iM'i.Mi*l\ to .ixit (Viiirv Y.. • «\ tanic* l-'r 
wir.| ' fTiooi him. ••ft Ivinil ex'rn.intl *!iv’hf!> 

• -♦iiii '• iM.it tiofuihl .1 h..:,. .4 *htiuli!rr Joff mod 

.1 1 *n-, !f.T And U'liloil li^hlly Tlu-y -amo lo- 
»;cili.-i .in, I .Inif frit -t j.ir on hi» t hir. iinoihri and 
)ot snMitui.' h|.*w-- they wore d> 'iM-mtl 

wif; ijirtAd .mil with dci-opii.in. Ttie 0«*\ 

(i.id ■«»m-i}.i„,( I'hoi o\. :,-i:.j>.(d blow* a;.d Ai’ain 
Ui.it Ml.. It. jMlii.i ; loft found Jf'ff a f.uo Ho J 


t!.ir*i»*r ih^il i-vmi.- ; ii iho F.ir*i U10 lionv*, 
Mi-h-i.i f.i.rd hor fifli.-r : |.i*.‘i tin* .liiM»or tjbk». 

Mid. *:io lid, ■ i.iM r.io to iho .\joni lumifht, 
pdi .1*0 Joff U . 

S.ill in hivi* With ’*141 tmy'*’ 

"I M' Movrr *t*ipp(V| l•Jvm** hint I'l-l. But . . “ 
.Noiv. I *:.... t rhstaiii** u »tn im4>.i.!o ihoy -wit. 
The 4lll Uhlt« l;i eil, ton>o. .4* :.(• WJt'llOcl iho 

*!->i k (It im.i EintfddM.: in (hit hiiilMiuly white 
*'l" iro .1*1. id 

Il oini*i! iiours III Iho ^irl loiiijiMiis hniira — 
i! it »ho> h.id 'n-on *iii»t4 iho!.-, w'u»n h<*r falln^r 
Ir.M.oil* t-.w.iitl **or 

'I'm ---M. llolonh." tio -*iid -e* ;• ’ And T 

ltio!i_'il that tv.> Ui kod --i! t^o. 1 -•fj ^.1 out,’* 


I*ii«-» in Iho •!!:-. i«>->m. .t.-ff xat huriihed 
fin ihp niiihin*’ lulif Jorrx -viriMni; mi;*hiily to 
.i.»id I) - k Iho '.•‘.ir-*. w.i* i*t-nily r*-m'»Mii(; ihi* iai>« 
.ini| hand.iico* fi..m Jotl . awo|I«*ii lifihi hand. The 
II . m w.i* **mpi>. »Hii ’tii.Mi.4h thf* v.all* • .ime ihe 

I'lmblo of NOMi-* 4n.l l.tuifhioi "N.ftwKly has 
tim” for j ihxufifii .loff 

Mr F'*fs>iho w iikofl ini» iho ruiitn 
■■H»-ll*i Joif ■ he - 'ul Ho i.iid hi> han<l on 
Jeffs *h.<ii,.ior “Th.ii wa* a mj^nifioont siand 
you mido out flieio Mi^hiy fow mon havo iha! 
i' '■i.i,'*’ and. m-no import.ini. H--loiio sjy* you're 
the only m.i-i f.ir !ior snd who am 1 lo . . 

Jofi yi.iri.fsl pa*t Mr Ft>r*viho and bi*» eyes 
fo'ind lloloru*'* .She nofi<loil and *niiIod ind u> 
him ihe w«»rtd u.n ynun^ and wjfin a^.iin. 


12 lUidii (Catonist Vkt*»u, b.c, $nm<Uf. ^t ii. ms 




COLONIST MAGAZINE 


\ l< T()i:i\, !t.( .SI . SKrTKMItl^C II. 19.V) 


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ON THE 
INSIDE: 


Pacific 

This Week's 


Kil*<».Pir[ 

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Whalin9 

■ Profile 

^ V- 

'Beach i 

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— Poge 3 

- Poge. 9 

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— Page 1 # 

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CamporotAels * 1.0 people know the Queen ChorloHe Islondf. ly.ng north ond west of Voncouver Islond off British i olumbio s 
n*inhern c-'O-t ficugh woter separates the group frijm the Moiniond, ond principal means of tronsportotroo is by fu Chief 
industfios ond <:--’pot'ons ore f'shmg ond l-**gg'ng — -but the h.nt r»t o brooder future for the islonds is contoirsed • [| orticle 
on Po 9 ei 6 ond 7 _f this iSsue of The Islonder. The c'»mote is n.^i oH cloud, wind ond ram, nor is the region oil roc ||ond trees. 
Look 'fisidc I' Pages 6 ond 7) for p»ort of the stjr»- ond the rest wilt come *n a loier issue. Pictured obove is I fisheries 
potro! crufSC' ^ which potrols ot! Ihe woters JdjQConi to the Queen Chorlottes Kitimot's crew knows these wit# , .jt leost 
as welt as c. , .1 ! 


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RING LARDNER'S CLASSIC HUMOR 


Recipes With Kicks 


klN<i I.AKDNKK 
III.* KdiUft: 

I di«'l knoM huw II l« 
Hhfrf ><rti ar** at. btll Mhfr** 
M** MV at nuMi of Ihr ii>nt(*r 
aattMn ant^l th«* Ixmv 
tSx>v ika>« «wap|iin( rt*t-lp^ 
for tlilMct liiul >ov> don't rat 
and Inm miKh kk'k Ihrrr K 
la Hil« one «»r that oar aiMl 
ho%% Mjf a of alcohol and 
fH4-. 

‘ that u«c Im refu<^ a 
giapc johv high ball b«iauM> 
II had ihr Monl high hall in it 
arr wondering uhar can 

lhc> pill in Krap«* jutrr to gi\c 
it a v^aDop and moni itf them 
lia« f]ul» I'airylng poH«k*r pufta 
aroiirHl %fci»h »hem v» a.< !<» make 
|oon> in their nag for a taae ol 
yeaar 

Hefore ftelgian begun the laai 
war with kXtrope the <iermaa« 
was auppoaed to be the gre«le«l 
f tiemiista in the world but if 
hard «lud> and pepttslenia grt<( 
l^tpte any plare. why pretty 
i*ear every .New fCnglamler of 
the uppi>«inc «ex will «oon he 
wearing a great big regLatered 
Ikharmiat badge on their aprnn 

14>T O* lUVAIAVA 

I ran remember back in the 
r4d mlonial daya when women 
ilnne their own oaiklng, why 


‘he> UM? t-- tie d lot of rivdir" 
around the dilf»'retit r 
iiondK ahio' wJiether . 

Adami- hake . .-r n:e.. i 

Mian Am> .md «•' 

And lh».» ifi/no a 'm:. • 

.if j r* wji.M; «he women . ■•‘■If • 
fill mo*-- •i-..lerv».ind i • K t«»^L 
Mion time table, md wl:-- 

thrir huf«hjri«l> Wti*- :.uO);t> - ‘:s 
they 4ta\ed down town and cat 
Bui now the prohibition wa\ 
has bnoighten hark all il.-' M 
rivalry* and )ealoii^\ - ..nl> d. w 
the .trgumeni In nlil Ni-w 
Idnd w will h j* the be*t br»*\ter 
Samh Stein '-r Herky le'Ulbcrc'’ 

Well frief.d< since the <ali 

becf.me ’he r»rh man'*, c'uh 1 
been Apenilmc mu'.* of m> 
nlnga around in differer>i 
pe*.p!e’< houses bemuse 
don’t seem t.i be o.ib«aly 


Irii . part 

Ihr ..... 

, ^ n*d .11 'i o i - 

K\l>; \UI|sKI-\ 


‘•f ‘lie 
-I rTr> 


Put a pt ..f ' :*A 

r hhl Ad»l Mil* W ' 

.1. • r egg- - 

■f J -.'heil brown p..t r .. 

t< R\e flea I h and fiuk up a few 
hea< h nut* Tip the t>bl on it« 
I'le and ml) hack ai.H 
like v.iii wa-* drowi.in.i 
*r-!k ■>! .in live of .p a •■■•i-a -.f 


yeast .;fd fiir ratlin 

a -!..w oscfi 

>( «>T( II U HI'sKt'A 


>n 


f, •• 
oi:c 


J-lf 


A'l.t the JUlfc * * 
lbs I.. itie y*.|k -'I 
the\ •thd pool into a pUiiil h....: <t,ind 
rtftrii the li.ig f.ii sevcial >f I-* 


o*vn home that ha< got the ^vtng H»‘citch motr Oiop 
brewing insiiru't Weil I have * raisin and a cake of >easi m 

tried everything that wa* set m Do the highland flmg and 
in front of me and mi»*i of it blow into the hag with a pair 
l.s what you might mil neither of bagpipes Put a Hariv I^u 
here nor there hut once In a record on the phorv.graph 



and '•Pi It near the hag Chat.gi 
needles and replace all divots 
SOI BBOV WHISKei 

of veasf to 


tieard thoroughly Put s.-mtp 
shavsng cream on the btush 
aiMi Work up a good lather 
Pour It Into the above Th* 


while w»u run arro#»t a roncoc 
tion that brings hark the old 
haunting memory* and every 
time f get a ta*te at one nf these 
why I kind of rail the ho«teH« 
to me side and get her (dear* 
and ropy them down and the 
re*iiJt U that I have got a hold 

of a few recipe* that’* Irled and Add a cake of >ea*( to some 

tnie and I am going to puhllsh junior hop* Dtp the brush In brand of rheimg gum and nu* 
Ihera for the benefit of my hoi watei and momten the It with 


Add a cake .. 

ruder of tsirr on the cob ami l^h'l^ '^*ft>es from the guys th-i’ 
munch thiiroughiy 


drtnk t» 

rsRHE nr mf.nthk 

Take the juice *»f 
shewing 

a rake of yea«t [./voK 


a cer'a.n 


for »he -fM'ar 

Th«»o‘ IS Ma- or»r.«. fi.i'iid* 

* 1 '. t pickevi up witih t ran 
4 uarani«*e ami >cu ia*i try 
hem or mo witch i* neutral 
'•» me a* far as 1 am isooef oed. 
Out fhev have all t<eeii tried 
*iere jn the Yeaviem patt of 
'be grand oM I’SA arul •■very 
me .,f them »* a kmak-'U’ 

OoinvutMl k« Tka mi. ««iaw«>r tM I. 



'SUPERFICIAU JOURNEY— WITH ADVANTAGES 

British Writer Finds Unity, Diversity 


in Canada 


Mr I knaa. aei^r l^dWafial 
wrMer al IBe Lowdoa Ihally 
Telegraph and formerly Ha 
war eacTsapoadeat wHh the 
KVo« I aaadlaa army, rerewity 
n wdr a ttmr W < aaa^ far hi* 


Prom time m time I find my 
self humming to the tune of 
”Sen<lmental Journey ' the 
word* "auperflrtal Journey " 

.'^kipping and s k t m m i^rfg 
acroM the third largest country 
in the world In a sene* of giant time evenly divided between the about 
leapa propelled by a beneficent provim'e 
TMC, battening on the hospital l-- ,i. w 
Ify of relative* and oW fnends * "P 

rarely pausing for more thao a even 

night or two under the same *bat { havi 
roof, what can t po*.*ibly have t'anada t 
learned about Canada in the Cnifed .•<ia 


hap* f have an mtvanUge rare »‘'u*d not be proper fi>r a *hn: 

»nou,h .mon, c.n.di.n.. hnrn L"'" 

4 ^ i u ^ M-nder spot of Canadian da. 

and bred In having had my pohtie*. the revived coniroversv tn,,-, 

— — -I conacrtption But t»*c they 

Quebec and ihe argument which I iml 

king province* ft recently seen addiicfsi to pr-u. 

. tbe *uh|e«-f i* that of a naive *i.^ , 

’HP my apprai*^! «,.uujhe le*<W of opinion in «•* , 

•pe*il more day* in Toronto who offered conss’rip fr ?n 
n hours in the h<>n a* a remedv for some sup -p. 
‘ posed lark td national co*iscI:js's , ^ . 

anv pe<iple in Ku rwv* in Canada It is true r- .i 
hard i«» dtsiinguisfi oatHmal *ervice m two wif- 
rum their neigh bas hevr, « mayir influence In ’ * 
'taie-K Kven more promoting Canadian nations' 
am t«»ld. tend or ron»cM*uene*« hut (hat wa> 
e«l In regard Cana result not It.* purp«K*e 
denutena of some Crmscnpimn is a* I -es- ^ 
burb whicii the being advocated on the qu.i» ..^, 1 * 
lalily of the I 'niied different ground that Canadun V 
s.-«iner or later ah natinnaf consciouaneM 5 «*efr- to ,y,, 
some people to demand a larger ,i;,u 
I d«) not find It entire; ^ Canadian conlnbutam In m.tn 
strange that young Canadian.* P"Wfr t..ward« joint I* S <>. .» 
who sav frankiv that they un liefem-e 

der*iaml ar>d like young Amcr W'halever decision he t«iu*«i 
leans far better than thrv do nainmal service Cansd' t- - 
young people from the Old ^r*»m differeoi provint^s to n..i 
Counirv should reari with con need u> gn ihniugh a common ' ' 

• iderable irritation t<» anv pre miUiary training simply in s«* 
sumption that all North Amer dmr** ■ common seniimen* 

Iran* are bound to toalesce whk'b ihev already p*»*<*ex'. 

If I im not l•^tlr^‘lv mi-wf.ikr* There 1* of cnur*e. a *triking 
In rtiy iniptev.sir.ns of otii\i>isa ’*•'«•«'•**■ •'* I*’ seena< nr»e ;..■.* 

*i.»ns I have had wirh • .i- Canada a divc-^i**. 

•bans . 1 * rs.mparod w:*h mv nn» ».rl> ->f iandsenpe and ■*( »• ^ '''' 
recolhs'iton* of .imiLir ...-.vor ofjbs -- an<l sptss . -• 

during Wt i.-i .-ti f iraffl.* 

vst-.-. iiii:- in a «'-■ -‘..M T’l. »Mi»l<s.k and of tem.v 

-'mp thr ...iienf of Cs:--' -- uni;.-»rlMng un:’. . ' 

nan. rhangrri .Jiro,- 'tnkit.g 1 know ‘ 


Non-Melting Igloo 


to me •'■.ifi.a.lij.. 

<ert With — . V 
•■^Ull diffc- - . 
lodi-fiend-'- . fr 
i'i*l l*iUii!iv I 
pear t.s t.sko ih 
granf*sl --,i sho. 


I :V-.- •''♦'fti F'len. *pi*:iking t 
> .ip I’'y'gll** •‘J‘e..k.iig Hr:’.. .1 

f,,. Oilttmhta 

Viptv \ INIBI.E TROTK'JT 
: 1 * Ti Quebec Cii\ a* *.• m.a- . v; • 
their iffs Imvc obsecvtsl Iws numci 
ish.sl .'U* t'ha(a<-lrtlstl4 nut nf Ki .<• . . 


2 (Colnntat i.c. 


Old Homes and Fomil ies 

Early-Day Victoria Dreaded Smallpox 

PlagueThreatened City ‘ '*1 mu.,..,,,,, „ h,. t,. v. 

When Ships Arrived \ 

Flying the Yellow Flag ^ ^ H 

- .K*JB H*- l«•oes lei.As 


B> K, NKSHITT 

J.N the IHXIK nml fHK Wtoria lived in mnstanf 
ilrenil of a sniall|Miv r|iMlcmii . This |»Uic#-. fieing a 
was more e\|M>se(J than interior s|Hite; slii|H, ar- 
rivetl here every vw^k or m» loa letl with |Ui.ssi*nut-rs 
fn*ni the tremiiiK cities of the Orient. 

It was dining ibai jmthkI the 

Jifw quiiiaiitine -!-i!ion was ''•*>» <*peiied in Ixh;v ntui he 
4-jsiwd al VVillumHcatl vvroie m j,n ..ff..;.,; ,.».p.,,r lu 

A 'hip flying the yrlUm flag ^^taw.i ■"ITie new buildings .ii 
was a common enough siglil, ^'*lh«m Head wen* ct.mpteitai 
oHeii hundred.* of p.isi<engi*rs *h<.ut three wee.i.-- ig,. ii.. 
were ileiamed fur as lung a> however m*|uiic fum*-. 

Ihrei. W'«*eKs Often lliere wcie when l/u* fuimiuie js ,n 

the ouarannne sipiioo ■ vVil 



DR MACNArOHTON’ .lONKS 
. . .i- iiead of thi •{iiMi .iiitinc 

station 


deaths at the rjuaraniinc sta tmaraniinc siaiion ■ VVil 
tlon. an«i ••n *r\**rul ra'ciisn.ns Iwm llt-bfi will i>r vi*i\ tumpleM 
Victoria was swefu b\ «mA)lfa>k perfiH'l. 

How ch*agf«i Is it all OV KK 

bMlay. noMtern medicine has '’Ttie kev* of mv dwriui! ■ 
prMcUvwll) entirely outlawed were handed t*. me hv Mr 
smallpox. (iumhie i hief engineer >d lamls 


• * *|| l^nnx 

On** •<( the eai.y dav super- wiiik' ihe ihtee *uspe>t 


Intendenis ai ihe quaianiinc »re capable to mmain 

>-raiion here firkt at Albert nearly 1.000 per.ple and the 
Mead aiHl then at William Hem) about Hi* This c«»n 


■ «iiNi torn ai vs uiiam neM4l ' • me r»»n 

was Dr WiliUm Maciiaughli.ri pfi' ate wards 

I^.rwt. Ar, II. "*¥*>•_ .- rt . 


•lones an I r i « h m a n He 
battled smalip«tx more timn 
once amt while he lost ••ases 
his reiiiid sevms i.* have been 
remarkably giaal for. bv ke-en 


■•The water supfdy U ahun 
dant and very perfeet. The 
disinfecting rhanilter h. very 
good. 

"I Would stionglv rei'ommend 


• - • '.....(KIT i»i 4 .rTuoeno 

watchfulness at tin* quaiantlnr Miat a telcphon* be put lnt<. the 
station he kept much disease *»aiu»n from t.iwn. and the toad 
out <.f Virt.ifM eontinued. from the mam Mwd 

TM’U Al. I BM Al Tltys ' ‘Horia »n the hospital 

Tv pica, of the pr.s aula.n* “ 

taken bv the iha l.u w;i* this * , «he rilv b> 

ntde m the Culoms. m April .1 "^1)1.?“',"^ '”r * 

"A Chine*< ntv at Alben ! ^ r 
Head Al Albert Head yesier "" 

dav a liMIe mv of tents sprung 

up in an hour, not peopleil June* bv that time was 

however by t»ki,i'i.,ma b*...m upon a* a pioneer re*i 

er*. but by 'aai ri.u.ese who . ’ ‘ RfiM*': • • himbia Hi- 
were Dlaceri th.*ic ..n ..triat.. /sr 't. New U'e*lniinsiei 


were placed Ih.-ie ..n orders of ' 

Dr Ma.naunl.ion lour-- he.vlth N'anaimo an.l was 

offi,*er. one of ij.cir numm- P»'P»'Ur - !->> 

Iiaving toH*n f-.ui.fl to h** suffer *sf>r<,in' 

Ing from sjnaHp*\ I*idecd *ti».ii’ w.; a pei ii*.l 

'The new .m > |s fn.ni t)ir when Nat-.dimii l’- New West 
Celr-Sti.vl l*Yrii>iie wh.*'r irans min«ter wnr figi.ii;.^* f,.| his 


portatioi. from tti<- y^npress ».f servne* He i,jf| in*,- hMng m 
Japan affordeil m. shgin amuse New Westminster an.l fi..m 
meiil l«. Ihe onlo..ke«s are n*. O’crr wi.i io Ni?; imo 
floulit nndiT the tmpnnvsjf.r. the pc of .New Wesimin 
that th«-v hiivc I'ome inf., the *ter wer-r asgme h.„, i,. jmu.i-, 
arms of the m.«*t hosptiablr M»* wa* flatter.s: Ujp offer 

nanor’ tf'.-’V ever hear. I of but bui de<-lde.| np..n ..ii^-utTv* ii 


rm >l<-.ihf iN'f.tii* their enfoufsl was ;-|..s,-.r 
mnfinemeitt i* over m,c\ will he like.1 t-- 
w’earv of :v.mp life anil *lch Thct. w ■ 


for Ihr hearth*- ar.d homes of ^ 
Cormoianf Street with monoi , 
onoii* ft is|ucri('V " 


as which 

‘ llke.1 t--* I.f ..:i 

Thc|. VV-; thi- the r,.i.,n 
April ..f 1V7I ’The p.s.,.1. 


of New Wf-stn':”: 
reive*! a rrpiv fr 


have re 
Dr M.O 



rKri«;’‘’"r 4 '' "* nauchtor. .t . smiiog that hK 

(he new st„t.o,- William Head 

.*s V4*rit .'m-r-praiMs- then- kind 

"'td fl.iMrui'p inv-i-o.-’! T’ . 
K >**' csiilt ha irtio.sl very get-.r • , 

^ 5 ■=52 t irgief »s I*. .1.,.. .. 

df • T'd-ir ihf-rc j - •■ 

(r w-re most .• s o, ' = ' : rr 


There vv*-re a iimmiIwt of 
cwrly dwv notes |n the (isfvers 
alwHil l>r -fones. ariemg Mitnii 
tliese: ‘'<s«'prcmlier IH. ItUil — 
Hr William o-naiiehton 
-fortes luis tw*en apfNMnted <-or 
Oder for the district of New 

W ♦“stnilnster " 

'st.-n, Ih ]Kia. ApjvM- ' 

mcMs Th,. ^,4 ,,f 

Mu Hntish O iun.hi.i g.-v.-;, 
inti, h.o made the <; 

^■••rl1mert pi;.* • ^ 

H.aighl.," I-- Im- a u . I. e r f * ■ . 
I* ... • fir M.=- • .lughton .t. i.es 


j t.. 1.0 .-..r..her foi Ihe ii.lt.nv ol 
Ktoish Columbia f..r one veai. 

R Ibimer lo ta- High 

--=h<*uff f.if ihf. ,,f But,.,, 

Columtna during plehsurc " 

: NAMKIt TO C*Ol Sill. 

.. N..v.*mher 12, "Dr Mac 

t iwughlon June*, has been ele. letl 
In represent t)w town and rii* 

> ttici of l.jlitHhel in the la*gisLi 
Mve t'oiinnt '■ 

November K, 1HT4 •pf Ma. 

njiighion .tunc* uit- of Na 

naimo h.is «priled permanenilv 
in th.s I'iu Residence and 
offh'e on Pandora norilteast 
I ryinei ..( Quadia ’• 

.'^•‘plember tn IXTT "l.unatii 
I asylum W Macrmughinn 
I June*. N|I>. has been appoioled 
medl.-al superinleiHleni of the 
In.saiie asv turn " 

When W’Uham Head was dulv 
esiahhsi,*ai Dr .M,.mi/amberi. 
the head «.f the I’ai.adian quar 
anrine siatMm servuv <ame 
from Dtiawa to liMik It over The 
Ci.l..ni*f rep».rlei} ’The William 
Head qu.vrantine slaiion venter 
dav MisUrionlv 

ar, r stw^-iion hv I>r Monii/am 
b«T» the chief quaraniinr 
dfuH*r for Ihe Homininn who 
■-iti- . he le(i Q(i.>ta*c t,;*s ai 
tended the meetings ,,f the 
N'aMotial lleallh Coogi«»s<. al 
Denvei a»..l J...- viv|ie<l the San 
K ;tt. .|u*ianllne h. rts.ai 
i.iin • •A afla:. are mn(i..g*a| 
theic 

< HOI.PHA THKKAT 

Ii, '(»*!(. i! interest in I' 

Pacific <'.4*<l sfiit;. . -• bei-nuse 
id the ia. I that the .uubtc.iks t.| 
choleta III th< Oneot atirl al 

H' •. remlcr it mote n«*ces 

s. I V I'lat. ever to liave ihi r|uai 
• t'»i*.e .ifi.Tngemenrs on ltiis 
side .IS effi-.iive .ts jM.svihje 

"Dt M*<iiii/.anir>i*n <-ame from 
<no Piaf.. is,n i.ia f*upei .*M,und 
and t'iti'uiue«l his iruiuiiiet- 
ihett- being arcomfair.K'd j.ver 
from p..M T.w;m-i.,| hv Di 


HI MM< s 1.1 ( K 

rill- \ga Khan Is , redited 
with lelimg the fod.ming 
story 

Vm old tol(Mte) reitirned 
frooi liulia He relate<| m his 
wife Hie siorv t.f the new 
>M*driMaii rug he hrouchl her 
a iM-aiitifiil fk-ngal tiger 
skm. 

see this trophy: | 

firtal at the Inst moiitenl. I 
half no h.-sti(alion. it was Hm 
tiger or fie*.** 

And fVie loving wife re|died- 
*’flow lurkv It wai. the 
flg*T. OHierwis#* we wniildii'l 
have Hus lw-autifiil rut”' 


t ojqi . ..* I , «i u a 1 a I, I , , 

■ ” p; . 

. n...n.ti.g in, v»si 
lot' wej.- fot -1 hv ]|| A!... 

■ ir... D I, H 

Dun. .in iiM- qu.ii.h.i.i.c oHn.-i 
ai this |k 1 1 ^,,.1 i..i.en bv 1? 
....rr. i n | |tv,. 

NfHjio.i U u,. , 

,dess|.. and J • ,„r MP- 

'-•mg «;»• ti c p.uu 

tvorvi‘ung al m,- siaiinn 

w.»s an M n,.ghf ti ta* m 

ci'jdii.c Mu* disiidis loig apiwi.i 
Ills. 4.f X. h j, pt... tl*s! 

Wa> i»i,...e • 

'SIIOVV' I’RtM.KKSS 

■' ' ■ ..If.-* H:=- Dl 

M-.idi/amiH it Wrts iu«k Wild. 

we lead of his citms m arvi that 
of D». .lone* Jt.r the puMi. 
he.dih of Ihe citi/ens w« r*-alire 
what ticrm>n<)mis stride* for 
w.ird fnialiclnc ha« nuiiie 

How Impieodhle it S 4 i«inds 
todav. and yet th<*se were Hie 
■ imdlthms In tla mM fUK 

'**P^*l‘l*g of the qn«rant)ne 
siaiioB al William Head. I»r 
MiNiHzanihert — rentarked— 
that while the stalhm was 
siifficietiHy eqiii|>ped to give 
|»erfre| safeguards t| was not 
wha* rouM he desr-rlhed ae a 
perfect Ktatioo. for Improve 
inents c«Hild he made Uval 
won Id |•e^mft «f iKe dlslnfec 
tkm of passengers and hag 
gage iwing i-arried out more 
q«h kiv. 


'*^.1 '•**' Were husv Vears 
•»* V\ I ||,.»d, aod Hr. 
looes |gi.w verv liroUil of 
Hie s ti Ml and the flm work 
It did 

-( -v*. he ftusl ,.s 

' III : i’T.ioolSl Aflcr 

-hri**ss, Ih w ,ii itj 

*" ’’’'M s,.,^,,,,. 

•'"l' ;h '»sh I •i !;:- •: ..f 

•|'.arantHM' s,i% 

»■ * 'f* ti r !v O'* s^ 


-if -i m.-rrhage ■ 

* 1 11 , • 

Asis one . 1 

' Mie 

-■ ’{cssional r. 

« r. in 

Wl -r- he first .. 

I.Otsl 

( ’’Us 4gr> V csi. 

. .. , V . 

-n I'ork !■» 

.'•si. 

•t'l.-Mlg III q,,.- 

•T.,-. 

•i’ t I'niumbi. 

f.n«i. 

‘1 t .sing here 

S« I'll" 

•'•pointed phi* 

ici..n 

mine* 


icg to V'liiotia |.« 

*.,n. 

h e c .« m e rt 

,.-n 

ukd quaico 

i.-.r 

h'l 'he ptovinis' 

..oil 


Tlie smaMp».x In Ja|*an and 
•he biihontc plague in India 
made ii necessary to be partuu 
lArly careful in dealing with 
HcssHs from the Oiieni and for 
(h*i rwasun the steerage passen 
K*‘r* coming from any infected 
P*'rt will have to go through a 
fhomugh di*infe<'iion w-tlh their 
b^b'iiglngs, as liad those who 
came tin the last Mnpress 

"rher-e was nor the *ame 
<1«nger from the cabin 
passengers for thev did not 
mix With the sleciage pa*sen 
ger* and were no! subjer-t to the 
same conditions ,.f inristKin l*e 
foic th*'v si^^ried ..n their vov 
ape nic pii-«t iliffuiihv |s I,, 

• aifv «iiii the regulationi* sr. «. 
not It. inierfcri- loo mmh with 
•'••mnieir i- ** 


-.imc I •.{, 1 t'oiumbi. f.n. 1 . 

Ml.-. ‘I I. ting here », j..,. 

' •'*»o|hte*t phi*ici..n 

It tiw' .^i«n mine* 

Rei. I t,v V’liloiia l.« 

'‘en.i.'niii hec.rme rt ,,.n 

he,H‘: 4 Hc... uuf qua, 

In-.I 1 C*|.: : ,nc pti, Virus' ...,d 

' »r the qua'.iM 

*'vfi<.n 14 V>-' ijuim Heart wi.»n 

It w IS - , ,;.;..*ari resutirr M.i i»* 
er s. 11,1 H,. 

'::e .1 -urvivefl bv a , 

■••f s.in r Leslie Jones -.■•w 

a» V"vtt|i loti iwv. lUo-i'l.w-' <, 
ei-e m V • >., Mr. flev t't 

N o *im 'he other t»-s ,i,ng 

WiM, -t,.w.yt motiier 

MNr.Kjt. Hri.it 


Il w IS - , ,;,;..*art resutirr M.i i»* 
er s. 11,1 H,. 

'::e .1 -urvivefl bv a , 

s.in r Leslie Jones -.■•w 

a» V"vtt|i loti iwv. lUo-i'l.w-' <, 
ere m v • Mr. flev t't 

N o *irr 'he other t»-s ,i,ng 

WiM, -t,.w.yl motiier 

MNr.Kjt. Hri.it 

M. r:i*o<i.. amiaig wi..iin 

were th I 'o.mibers of ti.< 

S. • 0 of which 

hit IM* .4 Tvemher ►>'» ...♦-.l 

the lort a* a in.tih ..f 

respect nomtM ‘1 of vess»-j. 

the h-tr .- 'la.l Iheir H.-i* at 

half m.v-- 

' Du* L Tvtce* at r hr IS I 
t'horch I’h.stral wen is.n- 
■lucie .1 i, Rev Caiuu 

Uh'ts * ). 'j Kitvearers w.-., vig 
H":.i* • • S4*naior W t. 


M . 


, '(.in r 

y Pi 

H u V . 

Dr H > 

• ' M intiingti.i- 

H. *1. 

( 

•I- . 

' k •« I'epl 

I..CU 0 

Mr. 

ITu.m »' 

>th. Mp 

arid 

Mr, 


Jns,«nh f 


Highway Anciepts 



Oor i.| I I .iv.ilrtnU of I.lrl m' 

vr.uth- . .. this j*ar, 

ehug .. ...Ig HiC highw.iv (. 

ali.'ic i.thi-r mi’*!*-. 


to IfV' filiH'sl w.. 


Hw IShf. [N- 
4 !»•: .i/r 


• -d th.it 1 . 

‘ :r...|vil«- Il . , . 

, 1.. V. ..... - 

t .1,'C fn-»l 1 V* - 
. 'tll. . 


fiailii (Colmiifll ' ii. \9ss 



I 


"Kil-a-Pie" Tag 
Given to Beach 
By Mischance 

B> N. P. IHK <iAN 

L VIMt a litik «MMith of Point, n<uKhl> half 

ftmirhan Ka> amt Mill P»a>, ami 
markpit Ihi* map an Imltaii K*^**r\afHin No. 1‘!. 
lir^ a rkar «»hinely minimi, kmm liH-ali> a» Kii-a-pip 


French Locomotlve^ Sets Speed Record 


W'O'I 

in.- .. 

Imi k ' 
t*» ■ •••>1 
< .» ■< 
rr.-. 
i'll V'Xi 

t« . i. , 

lo r I. • 

1 lv»»s, 

oMIr 
III.* l‘.i 




, ■ ,fiv«*n 

r ; Of %•»' ; 

• •• :* 

n«*l in In 
jiru'wn 
all Ihp 
•t hy 

— . ■,< 

•• (if or 


Thp quo^tion 


T».r . . , . K , . V..I. 

, ... ,, . i-vi-iti^l rri\ I or 

unknown, t. : Mr ,f. . ^ , 

p.mn.c - ‘’. 1 “ • t.-rir-l thP '••-> of 

4. **h* _ *K ” Hp^rh. irrM mr hr omp who ha I 

'7^;:" hp..n U.m anil \nr<i the Rn‘4U.r 

.... , I hy ^ 

Ml.- •' — . •,<♦•» l-onn* . . w 

, . . - . . HO of IMP o<*a»-n. 

(Ml k •• (it or _ , . . . *». t_ 

' This plair* h^'l hpen Ihp Im 

memortal ;.i’nip <*( an fn<lMn 

< !•.•.. oil p,j of Knel--- ,«.gnipni of im- C«w irhan ' Bay 

rr. . •. ino IrM.ati wonli. »hp , auhrhipf of th.- 

w. =:. V. .1.1 by iho parly Mpip ihpy 'k*p|i m 

(r > ; I ..;umb»i Rivpf mpir rrd.ir pl.ioK houso nni -. 

Ill li. o irarip »*Mh ihp na bij» onp an.l rpsilr rurtp cuHiva 
Mv.-h I ..: ,l..P lo Its apopral <,f tl.p o.-mh; planlinj IhP 

oMIr : ■rt.»p«d throughout p,„^ ,bp luiela^p 

Ih.-fii:' So^-hwps^. with thP ,,, rpvprpfj F^'hor Ror; 

■ ripault. A ru-h f lam h.*il flour 

lOM. u.O Mm ' iHhPil. anil hprr r‘*p ipfltaoH worr 



(•••■■oiIpiJ of Kmtl*'-- 
inM lo'l.ati worrla. »(ip 
Ai =:. V. .«-.l by iho oarly 
• ij I ..;umb»i Rivpf 

trarlp Hith ih'p na 


lhi~ Ihp Frpnoh liK*onu>(ivp CC7107 uihu h .viaiueil ^n all timn re<^rd »|)»hh 1 of lSt> mtlps 
HI M'lur T'p tX*71h7 haulpil •hri*** rTi.uhi . p-o h -Mng Tt tons on thp run maMp on a 
...•i.!i ,,f Iro-k •'■ SouihV\i'»t Fr.infv Tbp » ...n-'Hvi* wn- fir^t ir»troduo»‘ij m li^(9 *n*1 
M,«. ih -;hpjl for hauling pxpf»’'*a 'Cpniral Pn-^H Canadlat. 

Resemblance to Movie Star 
No Longer Fatal to Career 

8v^H^K01J> IIKI i- l-VtN \.S pronioti>;R pU>ci'- whom ihp P.ii .lOiouni lot cart) th« simk 

1 j ?*i I, j, y \V 1 ) t> D 'NANA' fati-H michi find a liMli* ititiuMli laniy touch, too M.u Ja KnRlKh, 
* I-i- k aiikp^ npvpf madp dtsimj{ui>h from aonir of a goiipou.H brun**Mp tioni .'*»an 
inwhitiR rp«pmbliiirf a dotii in »«np p^fahlKhM a t a r h Du'go. hilled for ^ute >»ardom 

MiP nolKwfMxl aiMinir markpl. Among ihrm arp 21 year old In lOri."! can t PHC.-(pp compariHon 


.'f a <H.n|iiry Pr-*'P»’'‘ou* m their life md appear today ihai •'^hlrley Mi« l,..me s. : „• : -a1 wmm laizabeih Taylor. 


d b\ Kr-nkhn .-.ipM ' km -•rH ^ rp<u-rr.n.anre to J<Mn ^'^van Both am apta-arinf min a.M any place 


. ! >kl.|'hni; 

buk ■ • In, I 

I'.M :iOl find 
whii h wore 
hut imall. 
iUdn't w.ini 


»«a>m MwiHl ro-iminc thr 


r.osr. IK 


(• . .. . '.’fa <H.n|.iry Pr-'P'rou 

I.- ■ . K" n pie Heai-h >>«PP>- A n, ip or more fr-.m 

lM..MtiN •-», :h ofhei- I y'* 

hn.i »*i^ ,, --- ‘111 b\ Krunkhn ‘ 

r . ! >kM.hnc ' 

|.„.> f.i M.i- • buk • .In, I 

d.'.iiiiiv , ( iM.Id :i.»i find *- 

■ MOV. . • - • • whi. h wore 

aim f, . - hut *.mall 

* 0 "l t»... , iUdn't w.int ^*^**'^ 

thi'.n III* *fT tn^m *i»wi**l r'.-iminc * 

to V.i ’ I. w-iij. hp OMdi* I t-f'NG 111 

•••••I II".:' • - ' ■ ihp ■.mitll F-.IInwir 

I •*K;h l *= fh> ut Amill man iriop 

w'-. -M-i.v l» e w».re In ‘w» ItHputp nf 

C.'i. nrT*i_ .- with ('..lilev ship, (wiv 
Htrinii;; ir. M.| |.r. .-rtst* Tl»e p..._,.-i,;,.i. 

M|»-h*o .f f* ■ *•-• *-i:n w 1-^ »h-it • rnoipti'r 

a imnibp. ir w.irkmen j-.t df..::« ihn 
aii-i«'lv 'I'o . ill '«f *he Aih I fion The 

T'li* o: rn ..f lay -iio.^tv (*» the cm 
In »H.’ w.sM: w5>'0 on <n idl, parfmp.M 
afieini.iH) I • ' .wed l slis'p Pnvy (’i'H 

wo-lii.^ i.ifl it«ii In .thp bf*Ai*h etvf. 

It. -re v»:j“ a 'u: ■• •'■able plci'i'p' *hid »'f I 


'tie p«Mern ' hanglnR Hi'iadway actinc incinc dl«- Fnnce» I-ansinp and Jenn 

Si.mp 21' years ha< k If m Sf ^very. and 22year..ld Manna Peters might pe' aw.iy with a 


lepnsll Ikjl. OPT) i.iKlden, evt 


< ".»uri»-iie Collwrf. * "irft'dy with Burt ljinc.iH»er |f vvas onlv a f«-w xeara ago 


lent Htill. -.e.!' w'luh i« a fine IlHrlow Mne West Janet Ahm* M,*"'- o-i in H;»l Wnl tlmt anv larupiiip lonkalike 

•pring. »!»■■ u i pi.-ice .-imp .. (;atb.> it wan *'•’'** ' being d.--.med to oblivion Bui 

rbe fniti.ios t . A deout. when rnu. :• like iI'p ki". --f d»'a»h tilme.l ,v Par ‘ h... uni they pnta.led into town never- 

the fierce !|.i . •• 
iheir grril wai 


pl.-tre i -ime 
!f*out. when 

■ IIhi.IusI in 


li.ivn-.t •; iiretd (;atbr> it wan “The ft.»'P Tit":* 
vers mu. like tl'p ki— --f d»'a»h tilme.1 ,v P;ir‘n-.«.unt 


r-.^i»cpv of getting anv These two >..imc w..-.en do ^he^ 


ramped nut on 


tiling ll••t■e Ihnn hit.; in the f ir b<.t iesem(*Je >:;e ar: 


\U>-» 'tinii.i doorsteps yS'ien Mau- 


he OM le I l Ul'' 

• he .«m4!l F.illnwin,- 
h> ut Amill man ifiop ' 
were til ‘w* itHputp rtf', 
wlih ('..nlpv ship, bi iw 
■•PtslH TV , 

-itn w I- »h.it . rHeuitefo 


. .r after the le i. -.rrhlisi i -.itk 
. i.-%*.r\.»ipin. I Fl\i»n Fii'-tfii ^ 
recifit'ig fiwner ner R-iMn he 


■ with < .itilev ship. b«-iw- M M ,• fndiana tn 
r, '-ptsiH TV p..._-..-i,;,.i. .|- • a - lanu-h pr.iup 
-j:n w I- »h.it . rneiptefo ;.ii v\: ; h the fn 
Workmen p-.t df..::« ihn"<lieied 'be resiTs i 
iit Ilf the Aih I rion The di^pu'r wh- rpf.Tnvi 
c. lav ^iiii.iiy III the ciuf - ' t'»r {i.di.in ti* 


J, lay -iiiietv (o the c-iur*. 
o on <n i.M, parfment 
■ wed 1 slis‘p Pnvy 


diHiato ba' ki’i-oiiid Nla.'ljiiiie t*. a sh.ii»elv pisie reen lUIrtra w.»s muler .'»n- 

I.ikeu,-.' if a ' ounp fellow like b|..nde w»r:;i' Mi--' Povan t..s« l in Uki? - -Te |f> v«'.*rs 

the le i.-.rrhlisl i -.itk ti.iOle Kn.d i- a nnulfttl tngr'.iH »ti rini.HK* ag.< a gill f: .m Piilnth. Minn,, 
iipin. I Fl\t»n Fii'-tf.i M/if.'. or Wir liruneiie Mi-s M.uljiinr in di 'pfiefl in at (he .-•■•siing nffire 
fiwncr ner R-iMn he u'd e\p»*e* l•■•ked uj".n .ii.'Uiirt (he lot a-. .md v*> ama/'.l I'sefuMvea 
ana tn . • bet»r-f rhin r.ili.fr ad -» '-'‘-rf »»f . h implon i-.mjv -.iie there (liaf they -d her mtire 

croup r--' '•! perhaps a RiC'.lo as-ign w ir|> iipt st| ..nc;"-' reseml>!an;-e f.r « c tg -r; in f.if an> l.ingible 
he fn ' fill" ,1 n- h m.ivietown forehead mi.l eyes in t’ol «.i;, purpose She hung 

esiTs I widow bell. The\ .aU=^ ihit.k ^.ne has .irouiid month* pl.iyirg‘pxii«.> 

pf.-iT.vl M'dhw.wsi g4';.l luihMisly at H.'pbuni ^ Duna l.vnn-- in.1 ctinfu>inc the real O'Hara, 

i.in to the !.;t.K t-lke pn<re*-;'m hut n.ise aod Di' *rteh'- ftc.jre. mm-h lo the delight of the play- 

III t)>c defl:.;;. w;iMii.it no purl of whieh .i<ltN 'ip to nothing h.id fill hig .brass. 


Hhifl 

aro*i> 


f'f the 


ntjrmg tb»* 


Il.-»e w:j“ a 'u: •'■able plct'oe- *hid »'f the 

(be n»e?!:'w Wj;rm Septendw-r groip in |i 
d*v the br^H.. • «t{Uness over N<i '12 
l.iOil H'r.l »hp Hiiftlv |dan DtJfiMg (be 

gi.f»< Mile K»'*e 1 MU iHHiM -ta*. 1 '’•♦nsll uel [,.■ 
an. I HIS- t-*f .-nl r 'o (he cn’f ^tilerw were 
p4.l M' s..io‘i* :. end of -J.iir 'fti't fh>e 
Spiinp i.-i \ righi N ifih t-"haiter*i.ii h 
p.-oip-r .1 M »be h,a/v bine land wiMiir a 
itiHiAnie \>>it «H-uld make out s.s»n foun't a 
(In- |mi i. »n»-s t.f Mavne |a therefo and f. 

«Md beym'd 'tie laxati«»n J^e 

h.»ttron -• w . i Mount R,>k.*r ’hen* when m 
A t die end of 'his t' 

at tsH, ihe hilN fill 


det-i-.cm tt-.f-m m fm lutes Tl.e fiMS* of al all 
•• t'rmmii owner- % «iir it seeniin^'ls had be<-n ffx;|( | ikfnf-sS 
owi- h.in I Rn ' deinonsiratefl al the bi.\ office ... . 

- RP-servatiMn w... .. vhtual tr,.dem.irk and ^ l^eically 

vsh.i idoh/iHl those •-‘••■'I- ‘be 

' ‘tow. eg railroad U.-e, -...mid n.d ..Vt ue m her fam-tua 

m..n> new filngemenr T"*” P‘^i- Angcll. who 

.. m:ng to iVe d- Todax the pattern seems io V 'be 

f t'-ese William .lufmc A pa.tial bie.ik.t.iwn ^'^”7 sweep^uke- But if 
i.M hd.l letlltsl iiM Mf the -.lai sy-iem in fav.«r of n/'*" I ' ' i'**^ * 


right N inh fhatfer*i- 


Perry ^-heehan a lovely 
blonde u-rretarx' from Optroit, 


♦bp h.a/v blue land wiiiiir a miie of (he bp.ich, ouist«i..iing talent 


make out s.s»n found at, 


rail lo.idtng 


A * SI. n t— 1 - 11 . pr'.ved Such a rubber stamp of 

K B-"V .ha. ri-n lUi.y 

enough she -t.i.-ids out ax the , « ^ i. j 

,p...pn nf h,T > ■; «’■’ 

iwlr. - Plor Anjpll. who "'’t' "','7 *' 

ha, . hP.;.| ,.a,. in Ihp 'h- Br..»h P.Th, ,t |p„t f„.m 

„arn Bn. ,p V ' V" k 

M.l 7-' h"’’'"'- "'hPrwl.p 

VX.-.III. n.. . ...I ■ h.irtceii her appeftr.mce ami 

VValV ar^d P.xr.xmnur. ac xi*k 

7! m th^ lush h-.m duv, bes 


X t.i he (h.inging the ol.'i '^7.; 


t.f Mavne I* therefo and dun g lime.H of re rule »t thiimbs d.aso acam.sf ''' puhih xp mllllona 

llt.^ I^VAtli»n l\gi M kL’i^nr laa < 9m* ihAtri If a n\»\ «.x a. .. 1,1 


-» beyoMit f\r h:.^. lo fh^tn If a gUl « Mfrun|j Holly 

i Mount R,ik.»r ’hen* when r»e ii were stmnv w •m 1 twtwHrt.iy-- h.is ability and TTie Mix 
••' end '.f this **tn» t' t..xk In (he sun i* mixiakrri In a crowd fc*r Au 'm thy* 


ci.uld he spaipii .losiime vome 
The Mixxes M,ul.-::?:e and Stiidtos adopted the cmftv sy-*. 
»x in thy up wiiJi a iwtxv of hiring look alikes to 


the hilN fill Fopo the l.-xely prospect: drcx Hepburn or Marilxn M..n ‘"”8 ‘d**' "f ||..llx xx«k.,i (terx-m • 


aie..|»tx arv.i leave at their bine ib»t b^ «■'*< ' 

an .wiaIs ..t ri r. hU.'k muck 'bore me ,Iax when an otd In -rr 
H.. 1 I n..rn>i,. «. A.M ..f 'lian anil hi- K!- hman arrived S 


an ■•asl* ..t h >, hU.'k muck 
Hull pt*rha|v ar asre or nnire 
tn -Htenl i ... --rtisl at this time 
with wll.l _ hartth.-v'k arvt 
b.-«e Old (t.ete «n alder 'On 
V summet t.r»v a few voart 
sm. e I vt-o.s* tt (* place ag.ain 
to tlnd h* - s.t i.i^h aiders vn*l 
• luxh gr.-w:'- skunk cahhag-* 


to tlnd h* - s.t 
• luxh gr.-w:'- : 
p-esseso-d tt-e 
f.»l !hc; •' 

l(V t. tM'xl • -W 
«|l( • g».x- 

ah «lli>w w ' 
♦he . . 

1*1 I M TKK.rw 

WIOM, |l. 
nusu,. th- 

e,.-l t., Ir- . . 

nf i''(t - 

a . 'ch puf.-!- ; 
hv w ei f • ’ ^ X, 
able . t-m-, • - e 
Iws'o a tlwe’-.fi 

fn»m w* ' M 
ktiil had a 


- * • and M 'he ' 

. ,AX.# III. Moo ■•'"''■Oi 

a ut 

f. ith to flow a ' 

.. .k to tnsmf b-fr^"" 


in a can's* - * 

wlol,« \f tht ■ 
T>ie liuliAtr- 
hej.or.1 »ie r» 
(jn-'-S'de.t i« r 
keix 7“d '• 

pUcR h. -t 

.‘iirio.is i'» 
■flC,.Sir,g II 

Rngiixr Ml' 

“•! ^-1 div 


— . g <i..m -anme 
ai'* Ixl'inilH 
.|»ew their can.e* 
• ’lr<-H fl«ie an<] 


drcx Hopburn or Marilxn M..n "'"b une ..i w.-.,i perx-m o*pp.M ‘ on their tempera- 

1 *e It . n..i Ike's iti hamper ^bttes w V in resent veAi-- hsvp n,en*.il aiars Once when AU.’e 

- rr -a In thr sHghtext managi-.t ic hre.iH M*e d jinx ttien rhe top star, ket>t 

Sevi-ml new t(.i)]sw.wsl ’-.ve bv .soAring t.. f imewifli -.tlu-ra' i|,, ,..Aiening to w.ilK out «in 2t'»h- 
..•X : ,ve be*-n given crrslit for “'’'I ficui.-; p,,^ ^ utartlin^ image 

hw.xKihe the hrtir:.-; There - M imte \'an P-Ten f.T -.f herself on the stage She 

instance wh-. n-seroMf-x M mlx n wa* M.arx' Befh Hughes, who 
c -.no..k utge.. pretty well M.'Oroe She was • gne-l hv was kepraround in small rolea 


t'.-»ir> their blar* *‘00 .«f i‘'c '.'cc.turx ' 


(’niver -.d Iritev''af<<in| .-xlmoal for manv months luat sn Visa 


icfAs ‘ t.i the B. 1 - k tiome (*l:at ts'rson eniei on the eve of Mar;:. ^ ; cr.x-th Fave might have a few qualma 

T-'tetext.st ;in-t ••»-o-'d his fAmil'-; with an AC ihroiigh to f.u».-- Nor manv ili--uf mrning down pr'iffered 

'- 0.-4 Hp*.l«r sd • (h,. r.-Mitn ..f the In .gave Mamie ihe -.:’h*ex| rlnn.-e '■-'rspts. la she s,. nften did 

!• (tin In the 'h-c Kll .« pie <ix he Miimglil f<>f xu^''*- - ft'-:* > --.ti.i he-ivy Rut a new il.iy may he a- 

|he 'iaoic W..X ii. Ilie led' in pijhllidx arr.'.iii:”’ mi| 4 few .l.xwniriR ResemblAOce tn a 

U this xoui ,tt..n It iH Ki‘ .1 pie .. xeav tc’ - xhe ij,»x m.« le her f im'iu--; star no longer seems 4 


Rut a 
•1.XW niriR 


new il.iy may he a- 
Resemblaf'ci* fn a 


tioii-e lu- »o;<j ih. 


• *r. shell heAch 


"Kl.iii.eA 1 
ity I iik.a V 

kil.iji;.:- .» 

; I ••••.( \ ex 


.t m<«A| xn.o'b have it'' 1 ! 
wax 4 i,*tMU{>^ Th« •! XI. 
"• w III fruit: .me prwxxl,,fi . 
; vn*l n**ir 'h. t- 

X. indy r«»ss.ijiiir . 

r>* what bad once nMiirr?*.! 

-:f «mie <..rt 'To . n 
. lira red Home- >ne Isu.a. It w 


’• •• ime V *w 
' I • :.l sr Siki 

' 1 * le ■ ' 1 :.ks<| d.ix 
- K my home, I 

’ c mx sii f -.1 p> 
Me w':i*e m.iirs 
>*• iisinio 

' 'W e * -ive 

se with (he fn 


xelf All iTr;> rf «M rr, 


A|*|ie!!.ii:t -I x<-,'me.t i|(pro ure pin’'.;..'' 

•»' -I ■ fcl..>:^.i Milo ( • I lo pick 

1 oxA.;c an. I is .lo-d to xio l■eAslve lir— 
hi -. ..x.. f. ,v who re «i|f M,r ■ 

•f !?-i he u h Onlv IW.» rpi'Mt’ k-ok till 


m .4 le her fim'*U'-; star no longer seems 4 
'•..iijis' fig r--ad hi 'k i.'. fame s-i run fop 
• wi> f.ir M At mirmr right luiw. Wliotn 
ct -n three In xou Ic.-iR like’ 


for a m.l 


" 1 -mia-r i?., Vuh Only iw.. rp.-el k».«k Hike males h-u...? 

m-M' •- • C their ' *-:d:v Tike 

; . »> f.rni .:c. ixtume.| Rory t'-ilhoun and P.He R.'bert 

.-•-.ihtMvl to » 1,* l-idlan'x :.->n and wli:yi feminine fun 
' u .m i- .| h»x I-. 5 niAnr.er w uuMn'l ‘Piei Kuh came di 

■ t ufe r;".--.x fhi- to he eiTone r»vt(y off I'te Tx rone p.wer, 
■>UH hut they rtfi othcf mol'i. IV;in Msrtin {.ficn h.ix 


ilio /1 here t-»ng h.tve aer* e ^ \x Uvlge n( the 


esMTil.il I.! iff*. lx w.-re in .-m:.. . - - .x j 'H-i-n llkeniM t*. (’.ifv Cr.ifil ao.l 

All l('eir ' :e s<-At-,Me.J an, I . ‘irreron Mit.hell and Ji.-k 
t.'ne the nid In.ti.an and hix W.-hb aren t fir apatl fn looks 
• ‘•••' in irt.in leh Kil pie and actiuns 

' •' d n-oie exer tctutn.-.i \ ...yple more gills nn fh.- 


M Bailn Colonwi * s«a^T. Se»t. n. i9ss 


ANAGRAM 

ANSWERS 

Hete are the answers t.i ana- 

gr.ims r»fi p,x.^e 8 

!«' 

'4ivi\'4(i ty» 
i I.l-IIKS (K> 
'dllWHM <?) 
r-IHOt.lKI I|) 

r»’»s 4 a 4 a* nit a- ST«a» t>r iata. 



On. e attain Paeffic waters nff 

BriM»h 


iimhia are ei-tuung to 
the hl.txt uf harp>H<n‘ wNrheads 
and the lieMr.w of "Tliere she 
nlow-"’ \\cii,»rmn. rMi.lera '»! 
OartadA’a whah'iti fits-t ,ar»' 

cruIxiMi. 'he «>ff waters of 

Vamcou\«-i Ixi.ind wnil Hi*i*a»e 
'•x'l.Mfx. in xe.'in h of herd- of 
-;-erm. R**Mlen.»se and Hump 
l«ck Wll.d: . 


Tn file tup piHuic a >wirl of 
-riioKe Imidx the hAijxton gun 
niOtinied 00 h..w of ‘killer'* 
iH'ii' -i-ivlilig c jiloxiv e |w«iii<4*d 
uxip.u»n wiiiL’i'. low . 11 ^ the Vi 
Ion 1 l.ini|'i» • k .iff Hi-' p.»ri hjiw. 
■f'tie • ii.iri'e is limed In es|<l.Nie 
three x«*. MM.ls .fief impJli-U’ 


At upper rr ivne of the b«>ais 
of lije W"*xt • wnaung fleet 
put-, -.cii litMo 'leMeij Hf'AF 
iia.xe 41 I'.iii ilurthd m WuaNino 
--..ii...i Tiux ix the only whal- 
ing x^itioM >>n Ni*rih Anieiiea'A 
wpx| .Ht.i.t riir fan.-tdian whal 

ing fleet i m .tn Annual 

Jveirtge of tA«) Wiiaiex 


Left .s-nire ttm gmmet ^tdiida 
leady f.»r wi.oiher .x),.it Slmrp 
flukes of tiNipooii. tje,l t>M< K liy 
xir«»ng iwioe fly hpen when 
weaiM'n Uuiiex iixel^ in whale 
k's-ping M»c iiArp>.«>n from t»*itii! 


I.A)wer iett one h.iur and 
three nAr|Mu:t;- afiei s'ai-t 01 
hAtlle .4) Ion J l.uiiplMi K |a 
hmughl l»» 'klUei ' (.--n* x sMe 

Tall fluU- ■ off car 

• axit IS i',flnie<l and left Witii J 
htioy marker fi.r tal'-r pKk up. 
while tloAl pMI -lies rest nf Met'l 


l.Atvr on ai upper rigid, the 

hui'e wtiale lie.x OH foltlHf •••'« 

pl.ioe ramp 4( < ->mI llMrhur 

reH-iy f.»r skinning by *iew 
a n t-Hf*u • sh.ilp flenni' 


looser ".^Mi the h|uM»er le 
hopt**sl .f.Ui hur.ks itxidy f »f 
rerluctiMn i-i uiL \S hale rr.eHi u« 

1 .'V, s'.'l 1*1 «*ime pxleni Ia-. 

frueea "w'-.ile Hte.ikx'* aie •■' i 
bi Vantnuxer shopn. 


NATIONAI. KIT M B4»%Kn 
n> I IIKIS l.l Ml 


DalllJ Coinnifit ViOena. 1C.. .Seaday 




Publisher Bennett Cerf 
Enjoys What's My Line' 


YORK -It would 
M/e to assume that on 
many a Sunday night during 
the past five years Mrs. 
Average Viewer has leaned 
iorward In her easy chair to 
remark to Mr Average 
Viewer. “But how does a book 
publisher get Into television? 
And why’" 

Bennett Cerf, the affable 
president of Random House, 
publlahers of the Modem Li- 
brary, among other things, 
and a regular member of the 
panel of CBRTV".<i 'W'hat's 
My IJne’" is precisely the 
man to answer both questions. 

The tali, energetic Mr Cerf 
aaki he made his radio debut 
during the Second World War 
when he did a program for 
the OWI. interviewing au* 
thors of books on subjecta 
related to the war 

“There must he a fair share 
of ham in me," he Mid. "be- 
cause I discovered that t 
loved If. 1 began to get In- 
eltaUons to lecture and act as 
master of ceremonies at din- 
ners and I couldn't say no. 

I became the Oorfe Jessel of 
the puhilahlng busIneM." 

WTT. RACOVnCl-B 

What wtth his reputation 
aa a wit and raconteur gain- 
ing momentum. It was a 
natural progression that he 
should he invited to sit in as 
a guest panelist on a new 
television show called ''What's 
My Llne’“ on the air at that 
time a mere six months 
Shortly after his 'guest ap- 
pearance, a permanent va- 
cancy came about on the 
panel and there Bennett Cerf 


“but I was getting edg^- to 
do something elfe .so 1 said, 
'lets publish a few other 
boolts a year We'll Just pick 
a few at random.' 

"That's how we got our 
name and how we gr»t to be 
the sixth largest publishing 
firm In the country “ 

Bennett Cerf is reported to 
he a man of great go«>d luik 
and he himself attributes 
much of his enormou.s success 
to the favors of fortune. 

Pleasant, courteous, he has 
the powerful asset of friend- 
llhess, which does him great 
good, both on and off the tele- 
vision screen. He appears to 
be ver>- much a family man. 
giving much of his time and 
thought to his wife and their 
two sons. Christopher, 13, and 
John, 9. 


Nfrs Cerf. who i- a first 
cousin and a close friend of 
the actress, tijnger Rogers, 
and who resembles her in ap- 
pearance >s herself a bur- 
geoning television per'M>naIlty, 

wini: ov T\ 

Now a member of the panel 
show "Down You li*.’ ^he 
ha.s discovered. a« om her 
husbanil. that she loves betnig 
on television. 

*T enjoy it." she said "It'a 
great fun to sit there and play 
the game ’’ 

It could well be that m the 
month.s to come. Mn- Aver- 
age Viewer wili lean forward 
In her easy chair rf. remark 
to Mr Average Viewer "but 
how does a publisher '- wife 
get Into felevi.sioti? Ami 
why?'* 


Parasitic Jaesers Aerial Gymnasts 


By C J. Gt'IGItBT 
Jaegers are streamlined birds 
Mperflctetly rearmbllng hawks 
J** Pahaviour and appearance, 
but with guli-Uke plumage and 


i shallow depression on the 
ground The young hoirh out 
and grow very quickK migrat- 
ing .southward with their 
parent.s in the fall 

From it.s feeding behavior the 
parasitic Jaeger rec»-ived its 
name This bird «*metimea 
forages for it.self taking prey, 
such a.» sandpipers, phalarc.pea 
and small mammals On the 
nesting grounds It eau the eggs 
»nd young of other birds nest- 
Ing In the area, and for these 
activities It may be tla^.sed as 
a true predator 

ROB GI'LLS, TWN.S 

If U better known, however, 
for its hehavtous In fiam«iti]dng 
gulls and tenw, rubbing them, 
through aerial pursuit, of the 
fish they have taken When 
Arctic and the feetllng Jaegar w*e« a tern 
bi.th hcml- or gull .swallow a herring It 
infers south frf.m lakes cha-ie. singling out thi* 

. Florida an, I victim and pursuinc it relent- 


a^ distinctive barred appearance 
Very often the central feathers 
do not extend heyorwi the distal 
margin of the tall in these 
young birds At close range 


bird showing these features and 
seen badgering the gulls along 

t^ In the autumn can Uriiy In colour pattern to llghi 

Identtfied safet> as a jaeger. phase indlvidua*-. hut at a dis 

Two colour phrases occur In I*nce they rwmble »he Juven 
adult birds, one light, one itark plumage doptrfe*! here 
In the above illustration 


a VrsTS ON' TI NOR-AH 

The parnsitu ic,; 
the tundra In the 
subArt'tic region.s o| 
spheres and wi— — 

the Gulf of Flo 

southern California along both l^y 
coa.stIlnes of South America In gorge, 
the spring it moves northward and d 
to the nesting grounds but is fish fi 
seldom seen rlo«e to the Briti.sh seek t 
Columbia coast on this mlgra aerul 


tion. The few reronki we have 
were taken In May. In fall 
migration. hnw«\-er. parasitics 
move down the coast and are 
seen In numbers at various 
points from late August through 
to November, with late .‘>piem 


Illustrated by F. U Beebe. 


BbUh iiolimtBt vwtwia, Lc, s^y, s«pL 11 , ms 


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This Week's Profile C £ VU 


QN the rural Keating Cros.sroad there stands 
a large building supply house and hard- 
ware store, wuh men and machines buMline 
about. * 

To the stranger, this big place all by ||. 
sell among the slrawberr>' and Ir.gan fields 
ia like a so.U fountain in the desert. 

It l» Butler Brothers' .store and head- 
quarters for operation* which Include l.-gglng. 
bulldoring, hauling, fuel, gravel and building 
aupplies. 

All this had its .sian in 1927 when Claude 
Ormond Butler and his brother I^wrenre 
built a little drag saw and went around cut- 
ting wood. In order to keep eating while the 
B C. Cement plant »a* shut down. Claude 
Butler wnrked there off and nn for 10 >ears. 

And in 1933 they bought a hatiereti <*hev 
truck for $T»t . how n and S-'» a anonth •. and 
's began a hat. ling businevv. (o keep ..ff r.-lief. 
Today ihe> own 11 as.sorted \'eidcles, in- 
cluding .six cuvrete mixer trucks worth S2 ji- 

000 aplei'e The firm empUrvs lOU men and 
women, inclu.lirg «hM>p who work at the 
company '»■ .store m f"wn and logging 

1 inn - itr Sooke 

It has been .i f.imily bus”-’-;:; nil the way 
through, with ai: *t'e hrolhci-- playing a part, 
but C'lauile Biiiiei 44. a short mild man with 
a limp. ha=. b*s-n the le.uling figure in the 
auri-ess sler>- 

He and hi.s twin brother 1,-iwTcnce 
(‘■Wally"i, wh: iv not an Identical twin and 
b«.k.< somewh.ii .iifferent fmm Claude, arc 
the eldest. Then ihere are Erie and Tom and 
a sister. Doi..ihy iMrs. Cecil Day. married 
to a flight serg.-ant of the RCAF at Comox. 

Thrir pjoneer gramiparenu. (.'apt. and 
Mpf. George .Stephen Butler, once owned all 
the land from West Saanich Road to Central 
5?aanich Road, about 160 acre.s but the family 
• holdings melted away In poor e. onomic cir- 
cumstances. and the young Butlers had to 
make (heir <»wn fonune, 

Clau»le was always a great one for build- 
ing things. He made sleighs to hold six nr 
seven kids and he made bows and arrows fnr 
the neighbi.irhood. 

One day when he was making a bow. Ms 
api>ke.ha\e slipped and gashetl the tendons 
of his knie. The injury left him lame for 
life. It was prol»ably ihts haiiduap that made 
him work so hard and shrewdly to be a sue i 
cess. I 

Hi.s grandparents p.gnded the first srhool 
In Saanich. HU grandmother w.is also the 
first music teacher there. Ills father Claude 
Ilemy Butler, taiighl school in .*ieveral places 
before he got weary of the proie-siott. quit, 
and went hauling gravel on a small scale. 

Claude was born in a house on Ke.iting 
Crossroad. He and the other young Butlers 
got most of their early education In the two- 
ro^imed Keating School, under Mrs Reg Par- 
berry-, that stem and able teacher who as- 
signeil each pupli a rt>w of vegetables to 
plant and /r.aiatam. 

Aeoordlng to the health of the veget.ibles. 
and alan the cleanliness of face, earn and 
teeth the pupils receive#! merit marks on a 
ebarf. There were small pD/es such a.s a 
tube of toothpaste Pupils who got three de- 
merits In a row were sent home for parental 
attention. 

From among the pupils of that school, 
taught by -Mrs. Parbeny and by Mi-s Mildred 
McKenzie came a number of aucci-ssful men. 

Aske*l If he has any explanation for the 
gooit recoj-d of Keating School graduates. 
Claude Butler “ays: "Everybody around here 
was raised to work “ 

Claude helped his brothers deliv-er papers 
—it was a kind of family route. He wotke<l 
summers on Lr.me Thomp-sona and BatiV 
hay balers .si.metimes 16 hours a day. One 
rif h|s C: -workers was UapUste Paul-' i'hirf 
Thunderbird. the wre'tler. 

Then Claude went un tn V'icfiTrla High 
School and .Sprou-.^aw bu'-iness schf-r>l for 
shorthand, typing and a general l»u».ir>e 5 s 

COUPav 

He and his brothers got the saw and the 
truck, and worked hard cutting wiXKi, haul 
Jng freight, selling lumber and cement. They 
squeezed through the depres.sion without 
having to accept government aid. and gradu- 
ally prospered. 

They picked up an old set of drum.s, built 
a donkey engine and entered the logging 


busInpM In addition to their other enter- 
pnaes 

All of them workeil hard wtth their 
mu.oy-, Br„,h,r Erir, tor in.Man.-f um.,| 
hand load and haul as many as four lc.«.|« of 
Cravel a «Ja> b> himself. Claude worked vari- 
ously as a mechanic "caC and b-g truck 
driver and donkey engineer. 

Nowar!a>s I^awrence l.s (n charge of lay. 
Ing our the logging *>i»eraiions «he is the 
fomit engineer of the famllv-; Etic K m 
charge of the booming grounds and T-.m 
oper.itee a power shovel at the gravel pit 

The store began as a warehou.se next do«>r 
to the Butler home. Being near the gravel 

[! oJ* ^ location. The erummous 

building boom in Saanich brought gmwth 
and ^osperliy to the firm which wa.s estab- 
Jished right on the home grounds. EmpU.vees 
of Butler Brothers are nearly all local people. 

Even in his pastimes, ilaude Butler shows 
his mechanical fl.nr. Jle flies a plane all over 
«.t. on company business, and iaruls on 
p'»iket sixod fudds with e.ise. 

Anywhere a grasshopper can lake i-ff 
Chiude ran land." said a friend. He i« one 
of the most Skilled pilots In Victoria. 

When business headaches bet^>me too 
pie^;:;ng he takes refuge in the air fhr< r.ff 
to Prnti.tun. b-r example, buys a ca.se of 
po«‘hes and comes back refreshed. 

He rode motorcycles f,>r 10 vears plac- 
ng third m the hlllcllmh Earlier, he and 
broiiier '•Wally ' built a hydn-plane and raced 
it at C ordova B,iy and in American meci.s. 

He played piano and accordion in a local 
orc-heatra for s„me years. He is u.e former 
piwident of Victoria Hying aub and of the 
old .Naanirh Board of Tr.ade. 

Claude Butler is the target of certain g.V)d. 
nalufVfl kidding about hiv bachelor state 
The match making effort* of certain friends 
have not so far brought any results. 

He has climhe<l up to prosperity without 
stepping on anyoftc’s face and It U coni 
nvjnly said that he hasn't an enemy in the 
world. Frum his quiet slow uik and m.Hlesi 


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CLAIDE ORMOND Bl’ M ER 

manner, one might take him for an amiabie |i w prevsurc country 
.vioreki'cper. in.ste»d of the vigorous and M rrsighied lui&uieM 
man he is. 

He keeps a cool head, and never won «w 

“You can t think when you're worrying 'iaurt»- Kuiler says. 


The Stamp Packet 


By 

R. M. ANGUS 


five years guided 
roikefs Inste.id of air- 
plane.* will carry .»/ the 

world's air mail. This is the 
eMimale of American D»sial of- 
ficials, wiio already are experi- 
menting wflh proje.'hles which 
wdll carry malts over long dis- 
tances at sui>er»...f]lc speerls. 
Former assistant U..<. po.<ima.s- 
fer general. John Redding, told 
a recent conference *f the Na- 
tional Parcel Post Assiiciation 
in t.yiicago of expeiimenis now 
being made with rocket mails. 
He said current exjierlments 
were being hosed on the as- 
sumption that guide*! iwhet.s 
!t%rrying main could be use*l 
between Great Britain and the 
I’nlfeil .Slates and Kureje. 

A rocket dl.spatched from New 
T<irk, he •.ud. w«»uld be guided 
half w'.-iy across the Atlsnii. by 
HN. authorlfie-5, whereuiH,<n con- 
trol would be picked up by the 
Fi.atipean controlling «i.it|on 
which Would guide tlie ro<ket 
safely Into the receivmp -.laiion. 
Total lime for the journey 
would he fn*m three in four 

f'ostaJ authorliie-; antinpate 
h ivmg a iran.t Allan*!' rc.Ket 
mail service openiling by Ifkih. 
or within five years at ttie out- 
side. From tlwn on it will be 
but a short step t.. circlmg the 
entire globe with ro« kei mail 
service. .Set;m.s to us that in the 
latter contingency the air will 
bt so full of controlle*! mivj-iles 
carying mali. that the ri.vk of 
frequent collision wUi be great 
and that, until proven safe, the 


public will he chary of trusting 
urgent mesvapes to rocket mail. 

* « -a 

The world of fashion 1* being 
Inv.okNt hv pMlalely Last voar 
sh#»es decorated with stamps 
were displayed at the .Shtie and 
H'Xlher F.ilr in Lond#»n. Eng- 
land Reporis fnan New York 
Indicate that the fashion has 
now cf.ne to the head of de- 
signers as st.smps are now be- 
ing used to adorn the hats op 
-Milady's head' The hats .irr he- 
ing made frt»m a new French 
fabric which Inctirporate* m 
color the tleslgns of postage 
Stamps ami canceRatlnns In 
some cftsf**; the actual stam(w 
are sewn onto the material. The 
new hats were laJhched on the 
American mark»*t In speriacu- 
lar style by or»e of America'* 
most e.x. luMve .store* *v»ks of 
I’tfih Avenue >n New Y'»rk. 

•Saks j)riAidevI a sixs-ial win- 
dow display f«ir the new hai-. 
I'liike*! up liy H misc«*ti;tny nf 
pluJuteh. obi»*its 
boms. !w»*#zers. and stamp* dis- 
playing lieadgour from maii.v:. 

» ou.';: s i:--., 'fill' hatj-. ar<' red 
i.y any mean.s. the pri»es 
large Iii-m $10 to $65 earti 
It 1 * nl.., aiin>>um-ed that the 
makers i*f •'Arrow” shirt* will 
•wsin bring out a iint of youlit'* 
shin.^ with pliiUielic mntifft la 
lull <x»lor It's only a matiei of 
time before sunv' enterprising 
n»anufa' Inter pr<siuccs ;t line 
of wumaii - friKk* with stamp 
• a*sign.s. and we believe wc read 
fcomewhere that men* ties are 


i-cady In vogu wnd have b«*n 
i-'T some lime. In s»»nve cas^^ 
*»lne the expen ive painted by. 
hand type Wb.l' a seemingly 
fWilng notion, (l . annoi but 
have a «'enatn *tji dus towaida 
awakening the it neral public 
to an IntervsT ini. Iiilaiely 


I. A Wolf, a Mguiar column- 
ist for **Jslamps debunk* the 
fixed Idea that |i Fiji Island* 
nre still as pri h Ive as many 
of u* think. ly state* ih.it 
w hile the .stnm j| may depui 
native hut*, cost t, . and wild 
and wwdy head* f hair, tvever- 
theie*.s there a ■ no less than 
.'ome 60 odd cred I unions oper- 
ating In the Islank w'hich have 
a gross popula h n of ab^nit 
-lOfirwi persons. i peri'bcs the 
that one rr? >| get nieonut*, 
cf'pra. and palm I for a f»*w 
Iwad* and innketf, iImi a oheap 
mirror fnr the l.t * -s 


Fommunisr riii 
a p ats* ovi riure 1 
of slamp'^ romm 
%th annlver*-(ary 
Si.viei Treaty 
AHnnce Mutual A 
j*'"'. imJucimg 
Five Year 
riven^rj of bl 
people'-. Liberal) 
2tiih anniveVsarv 
movement to 
laliorers. farmers 
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t ONI>^N iL*P» Painck An 
^ derson. Urttish puet, pro- 
fpfisor And iiepkpr after rt*aJity. 
lived and taught in Monirpat In 
the He became a Cana- 

dian citizen, but hia Imprerv^ions 
of hiH adopted couiitrv apticar 
unfavorable 

In “Snake Wine ' {iublLshed 
here (ChaMo and Windus) he 
makes these pasiunR ohserva 
tlnn.s 

‘ Canada . . . the whole 1000 
miles of If. all railways and 
eei^SiAphical Innellnes.s and a 
sort of half represser! heroism 
with the clotted self enns«-ious 
cities full of nationalistic ml 
ture and the very deft, rather 
conservative, accumulation of 
money, and underneath an au- 
tomatic well fed ifuvx'ence. like 
the bloom on skin, aggression 
Is a virtue there every young 
man la dynamic, every girl 
' Vila) 

B . . . I-tATt RB** 
j ' Violence l.s . . . a feature of 
Canadian life . but in Cana 
dians themselves the theme of 
, VM)l 0 Mr*e is usuallv repressis! In 
, favor of a queer unrtecideri or 
ilinarip’ess and ugliness 
, Kveryone seems to he hiding 
their time holding themselves 
in concenirating on not being 
?•' II g I I » h not being Amer 
lean , “ 

■nils held hack violence An 
Jerson adils. expresses itself 


"at its fre»‘Bi in tie hor key. at 
lUr Ugliest in the tialhnlogically 
bleak tniei >-^r of a .Montreal 
tavern, at na>iiest m juven- 
ile crime, ai us most bewildered 
in politic- If Us mo-i national- 

i.slir or pi us In literature or 

art '• 

CKITICS I'KKt’V'-VKn 

Anderson 4*» is a ' 'Mve of 
Surrey Kngland In s inada he 
first taught 'hi:ol and then be* 
• ime an assistant piofe-sor at 
Mrcuil university Hi went to 
Singapf.ire in 1950. si,ivi*d Ift 
months and now t**’*- lies at 
l>uilley. near Birmingham The 
book i.s largely ci>n»-**rr,iv! with 
his experiences as l«». imer on 
Kngliph poetry at the I'nlver- 
sity of Malaya 

Anderson'* h*>ok somewhat 
perplexes British They 

find it uneven, wiih some un- 
expected fault*-, but full of 
promise The Sunday Times, 
caihr.g hU set pioi'e on Canada 
"brilliant.'' *>ay-> the book re- 
flects the “ploluresque disUlu- 
smn of a gifte*! writer." 

Hi* has liJil three volume , of 
vers«* published, hut this i.s his 
first ho«ik He siiidied af Wor- 
cester (’fdlege. (>xford. where* 
felt-'W undergraduates Included 
C’hristopher M ,x v h e w and 
Wooilniw W\'"»** Bnti>h politic- 
ians n»»w, and Philip Toynbee, 
writer 3iid son of histonan Ar- 
nold Toynbee 


SOLITIO.N NEXT SIXDAY 


Lost Sunday's Solution 

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THIS WEEK'S ANAGRAMS 

RCIfS— How U yw«r roeabolAry? Ther* la mo better oe moro raarlnaUng way to Improve 
It IhM by aotviag CIwm aucr«im each iimmdm y. AM tbc letter In the Tret column. aubCract 
Che letter In Uto a ecood eolamn. and rrwmuire the tetten to aa to form a new word. 
R.K.AMriJC: rUNTSB p<«a P mtnua N equate ?f? Anawar: T&IPPBR. Cwo you aolva 
the roUowlng auagranw? 


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Books for Young People 

UNII THK <X>.VnTP.I-I.\ spraying from an airplane to 
TIUNX. bylf A Rev: ll'iughton kill wt.cHi.tviring inM*ct« soil 
Mifflin Drawing on the ma cons»'rvation li- ikoiit towerx 
letul and lerhnlqgea used in and fr- •- :..:ing eqiiipnwm are 
his adult book, "^e Stars. A among their co ojieiative ven* 
N«-v 4 Way to S**e Them" H A iun*s This Is a dher title in 
Ke-- well known 'artist-author, the growing set;.-- of elemen- 
n«*w .Hiempf-- to aimplily the lary nature xnd simple science 
v.i*it arxl bewildering muopy of h.-.k- that Mr Ulough and Mis< 
'he hraven.s s«> that chiMren Brn<ii.k have priKluieil Tl'e 
..i:. hecome familiar with the rs->ti>read l-“ogu ige an'l 
;jitii-.acie* of it*- pattern bright desctipti-..-- pictures 

First cluster-: of 4iars are make «n atiraetive -- well a.s 
given a= they apjw-.ir in the sK> inforni.»iiv«* lT.--k 

»mparii«M bv the same gioup, * * * 

lined In to show the figuir.s THK < AJTAIN •> SKt BFT. 
sUggevtiHl by the name of the by Harriet Weo.1 Hiihbell. illiis- 
,-H-;;ation A minimum of fraied by Kilwiitil .t Smith. 
..;:.ple text gives basic informa- WeAtmlrvater Press The lime 
tioii .-ihmit each ronsiellation la the . .'oe Cape Cod. 

The material centres anntnd and the chief ehaiaete, Con* 
four sea<4<»nal sky views which tent I*routy and Joshua Prouty 
pii.t the ptr-itton of the I’onstel- DuBoj . couvi"- The origin of 
‘•f - throughout the year the st»Try- g»ies ha v i^ revulu- 
IT..- i< an ex'.'ellent b»x»k which ilr*-!j.=-> diyv to an ai\f*»*-,ior of 
shoul'l supplv many fa.«- mating the v.mng people whuae name 
hours for the embryonic as- h=> been long urvier a cloud of 
tronomer if he i< sufficietifTN- '.''puion. to a treasure he had 
hlesvd with that quality with buried, to an unsi.ive .1 murier. 
w>!-ih Mr Re> ha«5 imbue.1 hi and to a blighted rumanee The 
popular hero '‘Cunour* fairly rr»mplex pkii growing out 
» ie-rce '■ of these earlier everds ix 

* * * handlfsl with claiit*. and »me 

I.OOKOl T I- O K THE The resyli if a m\sfery 

l-OKK>T. n> 1 . .- 'I Bhnigh: “Iventure storv laid m a jwst 
; ' tut»’“- by Jeanne Botuiick; ‘‘entury rather than a story of 
\Shrfiesey In semi narrative h'si.«ri-"T| significance Ttie bo.>k 
'e the vjlue :>f our forests, "'li have many uod in* 

u -'ir care and prnteotion ore 'crests fnr the older bo\s and 
' 'd for younger chtldren Prl- seeking ex. uenient. su<- 

'• «'e f *reet farmers and g.ivern pense and roman.e hit lts. 

; foresters o.>i k together to fr.ink appeal of itiese in* 
reset •»>. |ti' Ai.d Mii. feresla doex n»u precludg n’xux- 
•i-.-i Ihe trees ind w dd life of ‘'V 
.1 l.i:.d \t. ‘-r?-. w.iv of 


Autumn Days 
Spread Color 
Across Land 

> By IIKNKIKTTA K. Bl TIJ-:k 

JT waa James Whitk'ombe Kilry who wrote: 

**Oh. it sets m> heart b clk'kin* like the Urkio' of » 

<-lo4'k. 

Hlien the frost is uo the punktii', and the fodder's ia 
the tUioek." 

Summer la over, but rtlll ■ ~ 

there an be no m..i. l.ghifuJ ihe cionberry with reddening 
a dPivo than .me .«ut to the hetries trailing among the flag ^ 
cuuniry to xee the n.ag*,»flcent t.»nt Labra-Jor tea and »wamp| 
pl*nuf.‘ than autumn paint laurel Thes«* iluee are ever 
log Ttue, ihcdavs .ire snorter green an.1 shine out among 
and the sun* heal «tinuni«hlng bn..wn detwvmg lugs, pine* and 
while mis:- rise up fn-m the hemlixlu, *- •■•ng ar the ground 
1-iwl.ind.s and fiehK. but Ihe bare of sn-.w 
dn>am> Indian summer is near A tiny jew.-l »f the lowlands 
at hati'l ®hd a lover oi autumn's keener! 

It . .*n be almost uotK-hevably gentwn. 

hot n..w liter a . ....i night and 'Thou blossom bright with I 
to •.-•own It all, conw t!u> fla.xh- morning dew. 

fng t-i.t vivid hues .^ud tints of And oiverefj with the heaven'*] 
auiuma In uur lemperate zone own blue" 














nothing ■ an quite i,-<jmparc with 


M'e In Ihe land between the^ 


the he.x.iiy of plant, siirub and ^ ^ ... werii utr 

, t. I 1 .1 t norih and south are particularly 

lre»* ere they shed »heir leaves , , . ^tumnniy 

’ fortunate m our glonous au 

It ha-* often been .saiu that tumn iinU. In the far north 
the lejvex change ttieir color Ihe evergreens rvinain almost 
aft'-i I much of fnmt but tlie .S4ime color from season to 
really ;e,ives ihai ate suddenly season, and in the land »outh 
mptMsi by Jack Ffi.si merely of u* on the Pacific Coast the 
Wdthei dry up aixl fall to the evergreen oaks and palms hold 
ground ' tJicir leaver all winter. Of the 

NATl KE ON r.I Altn species arc found In 

C.nnad.i, nnd hut one in BC 
On le.iduou* Iiecs v.hen the AH Canadian oaks are deridu 
work -d ix^vpiration. ah.soiptton ous. 
and ir.ifi.spiraiion over Na 
lure takes care of i; \hange '^^t*^** 

abniii H*’jvy snow- and win- Canada b«w»st-, nine members 
ter s'<>im> might injure the tree *'* niapie fiimily and all are 
and bi;tfi.*hes, mi coi k layers are *‘‘.ted f«>r iheir ht'autiful t»>lor 
formisl 4i the twVM* n[ eai-h leaf, k»g in ilie fall nf the yc-ai 
after flit* food sub*!... e has ^ amed fur hues an* th« 

been witiidrawn n» the tu'e «>r d.«gw»ioil. the wiUI tall grt-^* mg 
ah roll The richlv inlorwl '■ackheny and the xumac with 
loaves mil I.) the gi..und and 'i' cvcepiionallv fu-ry colored 
make 1 ■ .irjiet to pi..t»*4't snval' hdi.ige ‘ The Virginia cie*‘jM’r. 
plants. Ijier lurnmg into mold *"*' ® vine .if ilti/’/iinC beauty 

• rvd huiiiUH It lkis lime of the year. 

T)i‘* tiuns|iii>ii riili-nng whi«h rould rave .-in and on 

we s***. 'i"*w l.s )usi ifie t’-.futal r«t“'Ul Ihe changing colors of 
pr. .f .lecay The |cave<' '"‘r Canadian fall Skies -rc 

busii..--,, iS nvei the **.-.h anti in juiumr and nwike 

fruM have been fe«l amt now * "’'f* ■ -inopy for fields of gol 
thev I x‘fiilly --lurn-n'ler lift- * "* ' ‘^’t'.iw -.f-i-ks anti ' n 

after w.>rk well done Thev t|r. veso ,.f potatoes or root ct •iw. 
not .li’fMrt from us di-*n.,rtr:y Wiiile s.-.m** -;i n-. »re feasimg 
but an tved In Joyous . .-s|or«. t«ui e\t*s and filling •lur •■•>}!' 
As w.‘ linger by tue i.ksdsude *k«' lx-'n»ties ;-»iure offers 


Designer Steps Out on Hk Own 
With "Peor" Shape Silhouette 


emtil.t/iKit-tf wiMi flame timed 
maples wi<! dogw nods w ‘['~ 


tl whil.- Ih"- farmer fake - 
winter' sajpply of ginin. 


the :; -ldenrr>.| ami w i.- a*te*-« v egei.ihlt*s aitd fruit wild ■.<e» 
leaiui ,• .ver swelling s-.-amit make preparaioms 

blen-tiug iheii cnl.»rs wilh - ■ slu.rt l.*'.- .*l>ead. 
hmw fling bracken in ojit- au «.|)i jh fjoi M» BIKIW 
tumn.xl -dory , 


tumn.xl 'rliiry 

I.OWI.Wn JEWT.I 


You miv take a u.ilk 
Ihe m.irshex and \.»u 



r 


think 1 m cr;', ir.g 
,1.. .1 ‘ 

-•u lid ii on: :.f die 


fliH'ks si jx fht ;. pav'f«l by 
on their way north a fevs 
moi.tbi back St>me linger with 
n- awlule. like ihe rheeky blue 
whose -jiexmy bunih nf 
Ir.iihers darlA p>tst you c-itry- 
!: : -its as U-f ss he tan all 

di:- the while iM.ling to his 

fellows in Hie rapiure <.f his 
firiil 

If ••--•.I f'irtufia*e vou may 
h.-tr Ihe "hotik • of the 

w 1 d geesu* AS Hiey p,-. - over 
h):Hk fie"iii.si Uie sky In 
V f ''rmation 

F--» m»ut* V iii.'tv Ir: th-' • ••!->r 

* !-:!-■ Ihe gt..ej-d t>ii»**':sh 

-.juiriel .i/id ih* iiny 

• wi*h Ills hi*, k and 
wf .o* sinpcd ba« k 'all tu^ery 

.’•'e fel!'5'.*.M vurry about Ihe 
w -..is I ■’-ching aw XV nutv f 
• >.!< and gmin from the 

T ■ te S-, a liarm-rtiv 
In autunm in.f a lufttre In 
If • 


a dt*signer known for 
hi' imaginaiinn and In 
lluernc ••n American fdvhion. 
Chaiies Jamev gties into Itusi- 
nexs for lum-adf tlu.s year. A 
fall and winter ■'•>lle< 'eei spear- 
heads this attemp' by Mr. 
James, who has worked for 
many houses in the i«asi and 
who m>w for the flist lime ae 
<*epts the rersptin.sibildv uf ship 
ping h(s »>wn rppn-.JurUi*n.s to 
the public 

A small hut ttrlglnal coller tion 
Includes rout*, suii.s sheath 
dre*-'- - -~d s*>me i»f the most 
beautiful ball seen any 

wiuTf any rime Mr James 
ciifihnues his lhe*»ry That if the 
gai-ment fii* lhiT>ugh the aim- 
h.-i.- Av-r-r, li will fit the re.si ,»f 
tlic ls..<ly. On the sublnt of 
fit Mr James explains, "it u ihe 
air brtwe«*n the b-*-!;- an*) Hie 
garment which make* the ;-Jl- 
houetie** and hl.-^ ‘'-i ulplurod” 
-:d'es are <i«»signeil to give the 
wearer almosi certainly a befier 
shape 

MO-iT sT XKTI.INC, 

M-’s= - of the new ere 

"i-.-.r.s' . ‘he • . .!• 'IS-, i" '-r --!im 
sheath dir-s- with a “pear" sil 
Th.- >. fitiivl ihinugh 
a sni 11 nbcage ire- There i* 
no waistline -ind veamir-.g . virves 
In roundivt iine* to •-•“.i-;are the 
b<*lv but lighHv • -'• -r.ug. It 
is d.»ne in a reil broadi kith for 
di':rer ind ;.* black faille i*t 
. w k - ;'tn 

• A at the frf»nt f*»r '.ale day. 

~i • 

S' rt-* fiave a "rtthln'' or bird 

] . -ss.. : d l.f.e wo . .. 


fitting through the shoulders 
and the hne ut the coat curving 
bark and away (corn the body 
high ftver Ihe Ix'-.im Skirls 
are slim and rut so that they 
riiivc higii under the ii^.st and 
sHghHy .,.-Aer inw .ick. Mill re 
maining well abr>ve the normal 
wal.st .*slee\r> have a forward 
line ^ They are ,ilone In .soft, 
thin Wool. 1 ,- <tf the broadckitli 
and flannel varuly Black 
hroadcl<»ih o trimmed with a 
satin fnmt or with a mink 
shawl rnilar. A grape-colored 
vicuna suit lx elegance lndee<! 

‘■■oai* •■•i.iinuc rj,' small, 
mold**#! shoulder with 

small armho!— th..' i- ivpically 
Jami*< Tfic.v ..le m white 
Iwt^ed. pink w.fi.l boige cash 
m''M' a I lici'kcd Iweed for 
travel, ni....-!.- w.eji with ijcaver 
Collar at'*5 i-'eck <'af.hrftere Coat 
Hilhourt*.'* have fiilliies- posed 
to ihf- iMik. po. kefs are Impor 
lant wf.i . u-M .l and Hi.* j.rofde 
■ ••liar is s'hown in a few- mo*lels 

TUOlOIORsi 

Full dix'ssi-s h.Tve a xnugiy 
draper! onthehtKjy ke.k with 
beautiful undei skirts breaking 
lh»- siliMiuei ic . I..W ab--'jt knee 
level. * Miter- -ivr a butlerfly 
with bcnutifi;' shaped and 
Jiafxd oNcrskiit treatments to 
the sill?... fj n*ai Th<*ve plaee 
Chlffo: o-.er laff'Ua in Iwru 

hf:.wn over mauve, or 
veMow r>ver ar orange hue 

Iie-.ig:,er James makes newx 
in -,1a atid winter '-■dlei-ii.in. 

• -ui ar top, with the new ' fur- 


reau" or || heath ailhnuelte that 
fits the I p uf the biHly with 
small hut then foilows 

In curviig lines that never 
quite tcU ch the body An 
cxtimple if ihi.s line h ..(>en at 
left In - Ijjlack wool wilh satin 
lop and w »w. Centre shows a 
reii wijuj cut in aniovattypa 
siUuiueii j| and wrapped about 
Hie flgujt It ha.s dolman 
sleevex II ghf it the "rohln" 
ur bird *i uueiie xp typical of 
the ncw| James suits. The 
Jacket ci es away from (he 
figure fim the high button 
closing |j .e slim underskirt 
ha* a hl.i rise line in front no 
that a tiRuse will not xhow — 
' Reiea.*u».ij by Fashion Ijcaguei. 




"I')-.'- ':| urgcl iii.t' b»i .ibuut 
‘All ihy k ■■•Idly g»**>is 


fatly (Colnuist Victoru, bc., Saodi^ Sept. II. 19SS 5 


tl » 



LITTLE-KNOWN HOME OF H AIDAS 


R\ <in>K4tr NK llOl.SON 


T7\(KI‘T for thr honu» of the linida Induing 

mid whrr^ thi» jail** tot4*m« ronir from, littir K 
hrani of (h«> (^ur'rn Charlotte l'»land'>. thr Mi-ond 
large*it group off thr RrilNh (oliimhia I'o&wt. T!ii« 

U partl> hfi'aiisr thry arr *>f\ fMjpulat*‘<i and 

partly iHN-aiMrt*. ouing to th»»ir Iwing fn*m 

tht* niaioUnd hy appro\imatrl> Td milo^ of rough 
wafrr. few pooplr thrni. 

Tli«*v AlirHdv ^oafribuie 

1.. tl,. ^.anwv ol 'I. - 

M lumN-r and fl ' 

anr^, hut >t mi*i^ a»i>*^^idla t'am**d 

c.uKl .,»■ .rf B.-. Anthony 

yn»ato%t pla\ieri'UntJ atony anti Ttaltv lanlly, Irt»- 

. mn«.. for'lnutl.|. 

rvnny a midshipnoin <»n fIMS 
Th^ north-<^*irrn prirtlon «» «•.«„„,. . i w . ^ 

\ tragn. whu'h v»sii*n1 ihi'*i-r 
n fn<«W*>arr rhmHi«* wuh ^ , .. 

^ prfr>< in iH-xl. li« Indian nama 

an ri»i>pi»«man\ li»v» rainfall _ c ,i u i. 

>« ?»»rnngwal. Ahich nu'ana 
and In addition h- ibi manv ^ ... . .. 

Red C od Niand and the pcnnoe 
othar .ttra.y|..n. h». ^-veral ,, 

ptmtlnlnny n.n»n ho.rh.^, and ,,,, „, 

h.tndrnda td an.o. of wnd 

tn tt„. ■■ 

In tnn ...nth ,t m,,o ru«nd vMAI.I.fOX 

ind on a tln% ivund off Ihe , 

_ - ’ . . l-IHe the inhabitants ft manv 

sa^t coaat w a hot «pnng. ^ 

... ... a .... other Indian \iliHce« at that 
The> mi-hl aleo he dearrihed 

... . time the (.ijnghlts weie nearly 

%*■ a veritable hunters paradl*^. ^ 

Slk r-«m the hilU and. as there ^mall|>..x about 

ire no cougars nr Hojves de»-r *tid the pKire «uh«e- 

lave h«Home so plentiful that qiienMv abandoned. .Several 
he reMdents are peimitted to r.^,ema. the remains of a meet- 
■hofd them ail the >ear round . ^ . 

.ee*e and dmk are there b> ■ 

he th-iUNand* and the «oldr.m ce and popul-ni-s viUape m.vy 
ished livers and «fr*'ams pro- *^tll be >.*en here But the 
Ide the finest -ondhead and i« *ejd..rri visited bv am. me 
rout _ 

The „•! ...t. was bv Cap- 

■HO MUN 1M..MW 

n"rthwV7f tl-W'-n Ch.riolte the small- 

•iand b'l* i~i f.*i.»ei ablv futther ‘tups whi.-Ji sailci 

ut m the Pai'.fi. It U iTi fr-'m Fr glard under . barter of 
VI. e« long. ab«iiit fiiS miles wide the Kir.g lieojjje .•Mf.jfid C«*m- 

1 the n..nj em p..rn.m and p,ov to trade » ,ih the In.hana 

vpenng d»wr. to Cape ?t ^ 

ames .i, nhernmoM tip 

In the map i» ! “-k< like a small ^meri-. an.l China. The other 
iiiion tif .<'mTo America vessel was the King <:»sirge. 

Its tv»'- pr.h.ipal islands are e»*mmaf.de.| b> Capt.nn N^^iurtn 
raham and M..re-hv but there ia) p..ii.K-k KV. wr... vv.i- m 
re smaller ones «.n both ■'.*a-ts ^ 

ch.irge of the eat»ediuon. Tliev 
One Tshh an Interesting hack _ « , . . 

r.,dM K AnU...nl I.land Oh "" ’ "» ly In 

sea otter, seal and other valu- 

_ ahle fms and then c.»ni»«d lea 

- ^ /lorn China on their retmn to 
England, 

■ I>Uon .ilso name.1 several 

other points and I>i\i.n >!>!• 
tiarii-e which li«*s between the 
W'.ee.i Ch.irlotl.-n. and Piin.e ..f 
Halos Nland in .”5outhern Ai.is- 
ka w .H n.imed After him. 

He w,*-. alre.tdv familiat wiih 
ih»-H4* w,,!.., • ivutg tus-n a ’ 

siiipmnie of Capuin C=--k on 
his .,«>i vo\4|>.. w.-» miir- 

■1-ie.l in the Haw.);;,.. NlaiMs 
a few rii..iitt,.. n« .king his 


riiar)olt(.s Is the no.-' |s,,,rt»p 
atea t.n the BC r.-.,' ^^^r s| 

months of the j.^ar. .‘vcept f.. 
tNe lighthouse st.iff at I^ngai 
aii.j the hgl.tki'ojM.i qrid ra.i.i 
operntors at C«pe S* .I.ino-s, u 
gethor v»nh iJmir fan..;,.- n«i 
a tM.ul lives tnvw;..i»- m he 
Tw.-*.|i and rhe-xe two |»o|i)t: 
aie IT!i niiit>s afui't 

A fh-er of s.ilmof| troileis 
sonwimios a* m.)n> ns 'JrtO 
makes its headquatiets at lain 
Rai a dtinng il-.e uiimner an<l 
fhere is t-eiue fKiiing In a..m« 
of fho ml. •< In the fall. Hut 
w fu*n th»*si- - .■■'•laflo*:- ea*e thr 
fish huv-me ...mps -iw eii)H>r 
hauhvl out nr t. wed ow.i> and 
the fishermen all return i.. rhelr 
homtMi rm jhe e«sf .----i or lu 
Pi moo Rupert where the ma 
J.irifv erne from. 

NO SHIPS 

No ships visit the *.-4\ cf.ast 
The only ones to it 

are Amencari vr-. . lak.rig the 
rtiorter route to Western Alaska 
nnd they pass a ennsidet.ibie 
instance out For Ihia reasorj 
It has seen few shipwie.'ks. hut 
one dl.l fM-( ur on N’r.venibor 21 
1^7 when the moODton fnitod 
.•^tstea Army Transp.n-| Park- 
dale N'l.ii.rv ran agt :;:rid on 
Hippa Island 

All hATids were kist except 
niie man who was found by 
s»ime Indians sevejal dav% later. 
Kortunaieiv ihoie w.to no' 
Hoops atwiid Of the liisH ,,f life 
wowlfl have Ih*om isiji.*;.*5.-rah1> 
gie.iter 

hut the west posspsstJi 

s.-\er.t| g...rtl haibor* and when 
itie logging ofief jto.w .= :,n the 

*‘.isl |.f Mfii-esps Islittid ex- 

fon.I t.ver the mouniiiio ratigr*s 
some of thetio will tindruitueilly 
he di'VoIopfHi S..me of the log- 
ging toad s\ Stems reft.>- almost 
.oTtiv.! the island now 

M. anwhdo excep’ f •* fisher- 
men In the summer, all thote i* 
to be -s<-eti fh.'io now .vre a few- 
old -hacks at the h.-ad or the 
inlets which rhe IndMj.s from 
Ihe east .oasl .xcriipy while olv 
trflning their winter Kiinpl) of 
smoked salmon, ,in .sfaslofMl 
ttkf>por or prt.spe. t..r anti once 
in a while H survey p;tiiy. 

VF\KK At,AI\ 

In IH-I7 a phi*riomei).d tun id 
tuna o.-. uired in tin* area. 
Thev «eie l.u tied by t'.,pi.tin 
I. Sht'iquiril of the flsheiu-s |ia- 
tro) criii>er I.aufinr. All fisher- 


i CR/)h/)M 


fi.Hking K.«t« 


men within radio lei^ph.Mie Jia 
lance wtse immediately noMfie.1 
and within «K hours |?i0 hoata 
were t.n the ai'ete Tfie run 
only la-tisl three w-eeks but In 
that tiir.i* evt-iy bfuir made a 
killing The s.tme patrol fr.»m 
the vV.lumbia River to Ijingara. 
»i niu.le D'gulurly evers year 


^^VMOR£S0r 


iMH never tH-fore nr sin.v have H 
the tuna been fo.md thla far th 
nrutli. Tliey are seldom caught d» 
north of Cape Fl.vtery th 

When whnlt^ were mt.re plen- is 
tiiul Ir, the North F*acific iherr 
weie two wh-xting sfaiionji here, 
at Rose Marb-<r near Cape .st 
James in the a..vith and at Na.len 


die N’MU) . ■ .( isk 

long 4irv*e b*-en a<«»- 
now die only «K)e fm 
Anien.-ai* i-ontinamt 
5-!fio .'xrHiiid on V.m- 
nd. -k-e Pag. 3» 
d aftir-le. .m the ea«t 

Queen Chailuttea. 




ewtst of 
Will foil. 


Kunghlt •.>! Cungfiit ■ Island is 
at the si.iifh end of Mve group 
and Cftfie St .farrn-s was named 
by Dixi.n tu*cau«e he rounded 
that point on St James Pay. 
July 

.< k 1 d e g a f e Channel which 
separates iiraham and Moresby 
Niantis and cut*^ the gt.-iip in 
two *s a v.-i\ . 1 ' Water- 
way ani. !-«i|v those with local 
knowh-vig.. ..yei atT.-mpt to pass 

(hrt.tigh iT 

Between ileep water on either 
side It is appn.x.matelv eight 
rmles long and «o nairow that 
Ihe oveih.ingmg trees on either 
«ld.*s -,:mosi i.oun Navigable 
to n*‘t|.ii,j. laigi-r than a seine 
boat ti !» almt>si drv at rero 
Hde .:::.| at Hie Sknlegale Inlet 
etui It wimU thiough muti flaia 


In a senes of li t. ky haii|ilrt 

le*nds 

Another p*-cuJi«iii> of rhi.x 
channel th that owing i.j rhe 
tides <in Ihe east ix.a»i Iw-ing 
consinerably higher than those 
on the wesr r.-.si the water 
always flows fiom .‘a«f to 
wesi. and rushes through 
the gorge Ilk.- a millrace ton 
•wife for any b.-.ii r<. even at 
tempt to negotiate it either waj, 
ex.epi at high water. 

This one wav flow i% unusual 
for at most other p-.inis along 
Ihe coa*tf where the .sea flows 
thi.>ugh nartnw p<is.^ges hke 
this It flr.ws both wavs with the 


Langara IsUml lighthouse farthest west light on the BC. 

cnaat. 


I-.-K'Vin on Anthor.v Island. 

siMilemeniX. 


" — -sMf.M.u-.r VI. .OS SWIM ’ 'Vs ar.:. d fhe - -fl.ein tip 

• The Queen I '''m ’ I. .' *es gmup 

All phot..* (S'lirti-sv N A 

§ Batlg (Tolonisl Vktaria. B C., Soaiav, SepL 11. 19SS Ku|wiL M..p 


Lighthouse teMer woHtbr-at mak.> • letsorng «„r»r. deriirk at C-.f.. ■M. James light station. 


Oailn (TolontBt Victoria, B.C, Sooday. 




V 



DAn.Y COLONIST. VrCTORFA. B.C.. SlTsDAY. SEPTEMBER 11. 1955 


COMK sicnoN 


COMtC SICTION 


DAn.Y COLONT 5 rr. nCTORTA, RC. 


ST^-DAY. SEPTE^^BER 11. 1955 


MUTT and JEFF rhey Get That Sinking Feeling Trying to Put Away a Fish! 


VOO’RE NOT SUPPOSED TO 
LIFT A FISH tNTV: ThE BOAT 
WITH A POLE! USE VOURnET^ 


WHAT ARE - I M PUTTING 
VOUDOjNG? IT BACK AND 
— doing IT 

\ V over; 


you boob; he coolov/e he didn't* 
gotten awav on you ^ ^ 

BV DOING -C-Zif ^ 

. that/ / 


1 CAN'T understand 
rt' rumbles! ...whod 
steal F»DV\ me ^ 

IN ONE y 

- — . PAyp ^ 


MuTT THE Fish 


KONK HIM ONE ON ' 
IS CASPitJG AND The head * DON'T 
Floppin around* him suffer; 


what'll. ‘ ^ANyTHlNG / the 

I KONK ', humane THING TO 

HIM WlTH^ DO IS TAP Mf^ON 

the HEAD/ (1 V> 


HW/SSS//r^ WHY NOT 
QUESTION SAMSON. • 
LASS? he may know 
something; 

^ I'LL ASK 


SOME MONEY'S MISSING, 
SAMSONl.^.PlO >OU SEE 
ANYONE AROUND THE v 
CASH REGISTER? r-^ 


\ NOBODY HERE BUT 
J US F^TTy‘...ANO 
/ DIDN'T TAKE IT* 
...MUST SE LOST..OR 
MAYBE SOMEAVAV^ 
GRABBED IT‘ > 


WHAT HE SAtO 

A&ourr PiXtes 

MAkTES ME 
BLOOD BO^L 
...FOR 4 . 

CENTURIES r 
THE WEE \ 
PEOPLE I 
HAVE BEEN > 
BLAMED Jm 
for Uv 
thefts! WB 


WHATCHA 
I DOIN' ? / 


WHEN A PIKIE'S HURT” ^ 
from TREATMENT UNFAIR... 
WITH A SPARK and A SPuRT...* 

o/ssoLves /A/ro aara 


wait; 

RUMBLES 


COME BACK!...rLL 
BE LOST WITHOUT 

M you; ^ 


AiAeG hOf^thO 


eSSYAH^ 

Ai^yO/ r CAN'T 

stand the 5k>-'' 

OF A WOMAN 
WEEPING! OPEN 

^ YOUR eves; 


txfT9 “tough’* Ootorgootl ANY 
cloth«-ANY wat«-ANY lime 
*you just can’t get clothw cleaner 
than you do with BONUS' Want to 
get fiime out of the sturdiest, dirti- 
«•! I'lolhea? Buy Bonus’ \Sant to 
make sure your shirts and sheeu are 
•nowy. Wa*ing white? Buy Bonus! 


txtro “feoder" fooch.. You’ll 
blw Bonus for the beautiful way it 
takas care of your really dainty 
clothes! Your pastels . . . bnght col- 
ours . . . your nicest nylon or rayon 
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lOCAL NEWS 


2;i(t — mm*i^-si;\i;mh vf.ak 



(KSTABI.ISIIKI) IKM) 


M( rom\. mmisn coii mkia. sim»aa, sumkmhkk ii, i‘r>.i 


CLASSIFIED 

Tflephooe S>4111 

SECOND NEWS SECTION 


l.ots of Scrumptious Pie 



Mass Polio Vaccination Program 

Planned lor 150.000 ILL. Children 


Double 

for 

Nothing 

Ttup\«*«; made a rtoiihle haul 
Frulay wh<*n »h<*y “tolc* a i«r 
lr<»m outsidp the home oC M J. 
Ilii.hcox, -T' Kne. but didn't 
Know about it. 

A StOfi outboard enttne wa« 
In »lie trunk. 

{'.ir and niitb<iard were r^cov 
oifd m Oak Bay yesterday. 

I Coming 
Events 

MONDAY. SKr»T. 12 
Nmm— Vieinria <>yru ( tub. 
Kmpres«< Hotel. S|w«ker. Dr. 
<<urduii .>1. >hnim. I B< phy-l- 
elsl. 

Nix»n— Tourlsl Trade <<roiip. 
\U-loria i'haiiiiMT of t um- 
nierr«*, Pwlflr < tub. 

H.OO — Orance I.ikIkp Pre- 
nuer 1.01. 1610. OraiiEe Halt. 


Between 1.50.(K»0 and 1B5.000 British Columbia ehth 
dren will receive the Salk polio vaccine in ihe next max> 
vaccination early next year, officials of the provincial | 
health department said yes- — 


' nt»mif*Hure of Ihe < anwliBn 
. .. ^unnl% which !■> |)r«M’« s-'wl. 
Nearly 4000U Grade 1 child ,e ,rslcd 

ren «n.r b.C. y.c-.n.Uun , 

10 week jierUKt this yeai pr..j:ram thi- year whs «n<'ui 

The new proKrmt will j7.'j.ooo f<»r vaeeme niune Poc ’ 

tempt to treat e^ery yotiiiK- lor Amyiu *atd puMir n’-pTNO 
sler who entered ttr»de I this ihe program whs the r: 

inonih and wh«> has not si n • o u r » ■ t n tr ‘'ta» ior.” and 
res<l.v been gl'cn the Stlk praised local health und.i I" 
ASfclne. larrvinK ou' the proi;j to 

Th. rt..,>.rlm<.nl .U., pl.,n. rontmulw all ri.„M.Ui 

vaoilnations of children ayed serMce'^ 

from two years to G-ade ? .:’,d Only difficuhv enmunteted 

ifollowrjmi that. »« many school wa«. in iransportinp persons to 

lohTldren over *ix wiO re.- vc ivolated atens to carry out the 
their •■shots'* as there is vaccine \acclnanon» I 

'■‘r\hnn<i ‘ SOME IfINTVI.lOX 

"ENOt t.H'* Ca<.cs of polio in the province 

I Dr G F Amyol.. d«*puty ,hi& year have been "sporadic, 

I health minister, said yesieru.iy Doctor Amyol said, but the con- 
he expected there would, be isgtnn factor has n iere»l the 
cnouRh vaccine for "some- pi<Mure m such 

where Nuween l!i 0 . 00 n and naimo. Only about a do/< ■ d 


163.000 younRslcrs" 


the more than 1 "i ca-es has- 


rrnductbK, of Ihe S.lk been of n.e bulbar ty,ie 
va« clne is brloE held up by a * Some children v ho r 


•'Some children v ho nvelvcd 
he vaccine hav- shtovn s>mp 


re|M>rted short supply »>f rhe 'he vaccine hav- shtovn 
«u« monkeys In India, wh04,e toms of po.-o'* he said ‘Hut 


kidneys are used In Ihe Aa<- 
fine, and by the meticulous 


there has no' hoi-n a prtcv 
. a*e uf polio in the croup : 


Snrnn pumpkin. IK-montb-old Lynne 
Murdoch snid when she tried to lift 
the top prize entry in its clakx at the 
View Royal Garden Club’s fall show' 
yesterday, Lynne, whose parent.s Jive 


at ?>'20 Vincent, vvelchs J.*! iiotinds. The 
pumpkin, owned b.v A. J. Thompson, 
ni Holmcken. is two pounds heavier. 
(See results on Pape 6.) 


( imilar Homes Needed Next 

Victoria Men i 
Cinemascope 1 


Devise Own 
Home Movies 


Pat Russell May 
Try Swim Today 

a a 

Stronp winds fttncelled an attempl front Metoria 
yr.strrilat , hut IH-year-old l‘at Kusscll, a I Ilf c<hhI 
fn»in Vancouver, is scheduled (o lea\e Tort .\npeles 
thi-s niorninp Ltr her thin! tr> to swim Juan de 
Fiiea strait. 

In her prextous hills the powerful xoiiiip swimmer 
has completed alumt lialf of the ehill> IM-inile haul 
liefore tn'inp stop(M‘d h\ thles. 

She pliinnisl to start her attempt ladwren .1 and 
5.S0 this mominp. Her naxigators. tiordon LKMer 
and II. R. Robinson! will plot the course from the 
Island Tup and Rarpe Com{tanx\ Riirranl ('hief. 

Around Toini 

! Dog Poison Fiend 
I Claims New Vicliin; 

; Dog Dies in Agony j 

A dog-f)Oi.soner xxbo is prowlinp !ht* Royal Jiiblli'e 
hospital district i.< beliexeii r> .^(>oMsible for the death 
yesterday of the txxo-year-old (s-i of Mrs K. A Kimt, 
1725 Merrill. 


Otiicr Roews [ iidcridrd 

Esquimall Reeve, Couneillors 
May Klin for Fleet ion Again 


\i'\c It IS home movies in Cniemascopp 
The Widescreen pictures were demon 
straied to friends by R<»y Parreil. Colcmist 
teletision columniftt, at hif home last week 
The Cinemascope pictures, probably the 
first to be ^een in Canada outside of repular 
ihealre.s were projected in color from 
standard 16 mm. movie equipment, adapted 
foi the new procesR by A. D. Taylor 3114 
Mars *=lrret. 


Lenses used to create the wide-angle 
pifiures were reworked from eonventlonal 
ones by Norman Oldfield. IIW Reynolds 
road, to produce a IS foot wide picture. 

While Ihe effect was .startling, the 
CmemH-“'.ope pictures are md likely to find 
W itie UM' in home.s. observers said after the 

showing ^ 

■The home of the future would have to 
t-» circular In order to accomrnodate Cinema- 
scope screeps." one guest pointed out. 


Five dogs and a mimlrcr of 
cals have been pois'»ne<l In 
the nrea wiihm the last eignt 
weeks. 

.Mrs Kerr found her cross- 
bred dog in a til in the gar- 
den of her home about 1pm. 
She phoned .‘sPCA liisp, Ed- 
ward Hayward who had the 
animal taken to Oak Bay Pet 
Clinic whetp il died within 
half an hour 


■ '.•'d *lieir ant.naP. had 

en’orr sifyi.-.>ninr 

Mi- K.'ti' jito *s the only 
d'*v killtvi sin. e ihe «>uihreHk 
began 

In-p haywHi'd ,sa>s the Uw 
legaiils piufconlng as a.M'tljius 
oiiotKe and that ihe crime 
caiTieH a ma.ximum penally 
of 1 -ix moniij jjii term an<l 
a S»"tJ fme. 


Amnia 1 AwanI 

Lon King . 

Named 

Jayeee oj 

^ Year 


Clix btisinos man l-en King Junior chamber pre.-ident 
was ‘named “Jayee of iheStlckney Harris piesonted 
year" at the annual president's Mayor Claude Harrison with a 
hnnquei and dame »»f the Vic ritl/’enship award from Ihe na 
toria Junior Chamber of Com iional Junic’r chaml»er ^ 


The reeve and three coun- I 
rlllors of KM|uimall. whose j 
terms of office expire thU ' 
year, have indicated they ' 
XX ill sei'k re-elertion in 
December, and e\()e<!atinns 
aiv Iwo de(eati*fl candidates 
in last Februarx's hy-elec- 
lion will nin apaln 

K«'eve r XXiirlele and 
i-mmnllors Walter Holder and 
(•eorxe Argylr will all he 
runoirrg for lh*‘lr third eon- 
aer-ull>« lernis. 

Coun. Artiiiir Fir-ids. who.se 
term of Mflice siari'*d last Fehr 


Chairman Kings Swiss 'Bell 
To Open Annual Sooke Fair 


Clinic whPiP it died wlihm a I'-year-oId l>i>y will appe.ir 
half an hour in juvenile muii Wednesday to 

A poRi-moriem indicaled ‘‘Ufht charges of twssing 

that a stoma, h irritant was worthier*- rheipiev at small gro- 
respon.s|ble (or death. Inap. eery stores 
Hayward is applying to police Hr was arrested Friday by 


Bv FKKD MtRO 
r.tl.tnlsl ('orrespfHlrtrnt 

Annual S»>ke Fall l';in at 
C'*mnuinilv Hall yr«ierda\. wv- 
hailed by an rnthiisjasir rn.wd as 
the best yet 

The grnend opinion was voi. -.1 
by T R F.dwards, manager of il*r 
Colw-fsvl branch of the Rank of 
{‘ommerre. as he oflirially opened 
the lUviw. 


mene In the Crystal < Janie, i vire-president Vi<- Fugel gave nary when he «u.-ci»edeil G R I 

la^i nichi- Ihe oratorical trophy to Al Wil Guilcmsud who mov«d mil of 

Alf Hca-lip immediate pa'*, son, who won it for the '•e..md the area, -iid ih.ii while no 

pn-ident ol the |unlor « ham- 'itm-e. uf Ive >ear. and a gift was |,«d not given the niaiter much 
her m.i.le a preseniatiori I.. Mi ptes<*nied to Mr and Mrs, Ilea thought, he piotwhlj would con 
King for ex.elleni allroiuvl slip who are moving to Van- to**! the eleiiinn. i 

acMvlty- rouver. kk (,m) 

Mr King is a dlrer lor of traf-: Some 130 Jax.-e<-s and cuesi.s ^ Benl.unln 

fm ..:c\ for me present >r.*i al tended Z Calev who opposed Mr Fi= --. 

and in past >eais, has been a BC. . ni ‘n the by elnVmn. »aid at that 

member of all Jaj.ee commit Uoverda e and BC. dire, tor GH .and, dates 

Thom of Dun, an . ^ I>eemiH-r s ...mpaipn 

I Saaniih and f>ak Riy 

£ ^ \\ IVi lL .^1 I' reeves .loneph < asr> ami 

\ \nriiiin ^(iiool 

i llFI illClI c JV IIYeXfl ,|,.,lde whether they 

^ will run again for orfh-e 

IadcfI \\k Eiirolmenl 

I ^ ril, Ihe eic*eln»n IS »-si*ei’.-l lo 

he sfpinglv (onle'iied Hi. ar 

M..st of an estimaieil lolal Normal .*Mhool nj-raies «ep- conncill.irs lH«s|ie (‘.i-- • ,..re 
enmlmeni of id simlcnK for atale fmm Victoria i ttllcge ^ Umiaid .ii.ird 


Seen in 


•'This year'* showing is wiHhWl 
doubt. Ihe besi ever." he declared 
The tiC* romt>etiti\e classes were 
keenly rnnle.sTed with - p e c i h 1 
rivalry in the kilrhenrraft seriion 
In the htisemenl ol ibe rommu'i- 
iiv hall w.Ts a dis|.lay of phoVs 
illustrating interesting anerd.Me^ol 
pioneer d.ivs in the communiiy. 
One picture involved the tale of a 
-Miup of Indkins who w.ir -.b 


Passing 


I Saaniih and Dak niy 

£ ^ \\ IVi lL .^1 I' reeves .loseph < asr> ami 

\ \nriiiin ^(iiool 

i llrl illClI k JV IIAZXri ,|,.,lde whether they 

^ will run again for orfiee 

IadcfI \\k Eiirolmenl 

I ^ ril, the eic’elinn is »-vi*ei’.-l lo 

he stpinglv (onlesied Hi. ar 

M..st of an estimaiPl loial Normal .*Mhool nj-raies «ep- conncilUirs lH«s|ie |‘.r-- • ,..re 
eori.lmeni of *0 simlcnK (or atate fmm Vicioria i olIcBe ^ Umiaid ‘ii.inl 

liie 19V»3fi srhnni vear will ar Olllcial* at Vlcloria College ex;>erted lo seek re-ele<l»on 
. ... , s_ exiK'i I s total enrolment of f,,r two xe;ir term-, an.l Fred 

rive at the liovimul pat students. The figure DHvi*ion. VIH RolUton crescenl. 

Schrnvl aoil Vtrioria I ollegr lo- ^ "cnnstderahle intTea.He" i iurf traffic supervi».«r 'nr me 

morrow hul studies come later. fr„m the total of .1.13 aluilenl.a F)e. irir i iv has annoumml 
The Normal Si-lionl expcK'ts last year but t» still below the )j,.s candtdaiure 
ail. ymmg mm and women reroids set ir. the Immedhite . _ — . 

from all pans of HC to go post war years. Malahat reserve navv 

liuough "orpani/atlMn dn\" at Registration of college siu- dlxc-oo; will revume training 
the school lomortow. Classes rtenix close* I'lmorrow and re on M"m,i.«v »t x p - t; the 
begin Tuesdav morning opens Thun-dav, First Je. iut e» new Malahai headquarters at 

This year will he ihe lAi ihe will be held Sept 19 inj^Whaif -.ttee. 

11 (trld-Tni vcllin u (,uardsrnan 


Xtar> lH*e f.ervln, -t profr-sional 
,,h-=toj.*!.ipher f<»r Jb years hav- 
ing ihe tables turned on her by 
ati. liber professional phoiogra 
pher 'She and hustwind (feorge 
nm Mary Lee Snack Shop and 
Gulf Island* Photo Studioa at 
FuUord Harbor on .Sail Spring 
Island. Tlie iAiuple haven't any 
.hlldten but ihe\ have iwo 
patrol-, to keep them i-tr.npanv. 
i.iie !*i years nhl Ihe other 10, 
well a Redllngion lerrier. 
riieir i.'Abhies .ire Crirdemng 
,iml raising’ leiiui'' . . I’hil 
Harter wondeting If friend 

< mirt Tower had -Hrtveil in 
invMi \ei from Ottawa 

< ouM Keith llollelt Hog t' 

w.Hier f'lr Ihe .elU (J»“Orge 

.IwcoiHrfin w.mdeiing where the 
Min has gone , l.orne Thomp- 
son of the Bn-nlwr.od water 
board worrying in rase chair- 
fltan Vie Dawson's published 
\ . are regarded as ihose ol 
the re<i of Ihe hoard A- 

Sooke oldtimer. admiring 
' bis handsome Swiss cowbell 
hiick" Gilea iH.ndehnc over 
Ihe . lacked rihs of a new Chris 
Crsfl - 'trs. ^.lnar Ctunder- 
son .and Xfrs. Waldo sikllUngw 






MARY LEF GKRVIN 


wai.hing a fall fashion pieview 
xirs. 4. < . Thnw tolling 
lin'es on the latest slyles 


served -i. they unl'wded many 
round obteels on thi* l»each. die 
ohtrrts resemhlmg lunups 
The Udi. - .)f Ih.' party were cur 
iou» -Ibev wanted simie An Indian 
came over and H<wiated Iwn of Its 
ol»|crls, especially for the ladies 
Tl»ey were Ibe head* nf enemies 
killed in a recent em-ounter 
A GlmD. chairman of die fair 
rommilter-, rang an «jmate and 
large Swiss cowh«*U used In open 
die fair for many years It w.is 
given to Mr Glini/ as a wedding 
pp-sent 

Other officials Imludwl C J 
Hunter treasurer J K Marlin, 
sn-reiary. P W Taylor And P V 
Wilfonl- program and puhticity, t 
Wifks fruits and v.getablr Mcv, 

H XVadams, flowers' Mrs G H 
Kendtrw handicraft* M;-.' J 
Smith, junior sei'tion. W A John- 
son. p»Hj1iry and rabliil*. G R 
Kendrew hall and enhihil*. Mrt J 
Forest klichervTifi Dr Oralton 
Robeps assisted at the door 
The fMilv Colonist rballenge 
Cup, aw irded for the grea1e«1 mini 
hrr d points m dw= prndiire secllcn 
went to Tluanns Weeks 

The T K.it.m Cup for largest 
aggregalr -- .trr in the flower sec 
lion wis t*-»tn b> Mr- O XX adamv 
' Thi- HC F.le.lrii- Rose Bowl, for 
the highest p'.mU in kiirhrmiafl 
w.ss won by Mrs A .Xmilh 
j R IJ Gibson Trofihy. for hnn.b- 
I craft and hobbies went to Mr* D- 
l XVadam* M'ss Uendy Gibson was 
I winner of Ihe .Silver Tray, donated 
f by Ibe Canadian Bank of Com- 
I merer. Colwnnd branch Other spc'*- 
* lal award winners were posilirv, 
John Arreman rabbits. L. .Stew- 
at1 fPU'l B J Petne vegetables. 
V T Week* 

g Complete resiill.- .appear otvpage 
1 


Hayward I* applying lo poitce 
for a cHemical analysts. 

Last nlghi he appealed lo 
all pet oxs-nera to keep Ihelr 
animals near home until ihe 
poisoner Is caught. 

The society and munlci(uil 
police forces are w-oiking on 
the c;ist* 


I>e|e«-tlvea Kay Maitland aiul 
Dli-k Berry after Investigation 
of a nombor of nffencea dur- 
In Ihe last two months. 

The boy is alleged lo have 
retetied a lolal of 61.A0JX0 in 
I ash and grorcrles. 

Grn.er . have c-*mptained of 


Two weeKoUl poi-oniius -oppl.xinE grrertlev nnd Ihe 
weie reprTted xesierdav bv b,ilance nf, forgerl cheques tn 


Mr.s B. Bradbury. -Ill" Sey- c.i*h m a vtiuih Some nf the 
moiir and Mrs J. Anihtohu*. Bro.et*es were later found 
J!4l"*» .sejmour. Tests ditched near the stores 


.Sexen Flee Blaze 


Firt* truckle rareni to an npnrtmonl ))lo< k blaze at 
:^-t4n Whittier early ycKterriay after a duty fireman at 
Saanich No. 1 hall saw namt»s leapinc into Ihe .sky in 
the distance. * . _ ^ ^ 


Ijin'ltopj .lohn fTevinn with 
hi5 wife an«l iw/i children and 
William Pe«-k with his wife 
and five-monlh old bahv weie 
fleeing Ihe building when the 
trucks arrived 
Prompt action prevented 
the fire from spreading from 
Hie roof An upsiairs apart- 
ment suffered water damage 
The firemen responded to 
an earlier hlaze at the home 
of H N. WhlHmore llMRey 
nobU. and qutcklv esiin- 
gul*hed a «mall hasemeni fire 
* « 

The Surplus I-imkI Stall will 
he n|ten again Saturday. 

‘The pe<iple of l.realer Me- 
Inria have been \rry generous 
in their donallons.** said 


»*rdlnalor Mrs. F!. f. Harper 
last nighf. 

"This Is Ihe harve*»t ikea- 
• M>n." *he i-onllniied. "l-el us 
i-oiiihine lo bring Hits happiest 
nf seasons lo as many as poa 
ftihle." 

Donations may be left at 
MrMorran' i Pavilion. ( iwdma 
Bay. tiraham's gnM*ery near 
Flk lake, or .Mc Nutt's grocery 
on XMlkinson. Donors In 
Greater Xlitorla should jihone 
Mrs. Har[»er al SWI7I. 

« * * 

Vc»eran • i ititwige tdav er T'*nx 
Arm'*irong Jltiiftl HurdU’k. has 
rPAii/ed a lifelong ambition 
He scored -X perfect ;fnp»ilnt 
hand rc*en1lv while playing 
with his brother. 


Scciii" the ^ or 1(1 


\ isitiiiii Relatirvs Herr 


The lion, .lohn Presses On Renealh ihe Starry Sky 


By I AN MACIMINAI.D 

Capt the Hon John Roper Cur/on. late 
of Hie Coldstream GuanIs *eems to have a 
kna«’k for getting Involved with hurrtca.ies 
In a fashion slightly different from other 
victims of the big blasts 

The first of the wUd women he encmin 
tered was Huriicane Alice a gusty U*ly 
who led a fast hul short life over the AMan- 
ttc last Deeemher, 

Capi Roper Ciinon and three com- 
panions were bounced around In lw*r em 
htare for three and a half days iu a 'JS fo*>t 
aeilhoat about miles southeast of the 
Bahamas 

Tlie J6 year old Guardsman passe- olf 
the experienre with the sweeping Xindrr- 
statemeni "Il we* rathej uncomfottable 
The trip fr-'m KnglarvI look 6.1 days 
1>at mooih he ran Into Alices sister 
F-rlna. while she wa* ataging a Niagara 


Fall* art over a slightly snggj Onla 
country -*ide 

The captain came harrellmg into Tor--;.'-; 
op h!« moton jrle and managed to du. k 
mrod of the tain 

But geared to the rjuard.*' iradiHon* of 
fear not. pres' on regardlr x and all that 
sort ol thing, ihe lmt>erturHahle laptam 
arnved m Victoria for a visit a few dn\s 
ago with not one hair windswept out of 
place 

Soft of Cap! the Lord Tevnham. DSC. 
RN 'Ret), of Hampshire F.ngland. the 
Ktoneilucaied soldier has been travrlimg 
the world of recent years 

He served wHh the Coldstre.ims in Pal 
rstioe S'ld North Africa 

In 1*133 he became aide de, amp li, 'he 
c;.ivetn»»r ol lleimuda at the tw-a'iiiftil ci;\ 
of Hamilton 

The capuin arrived at New Yotk Iiom 


Bermuda Aug 3 for the start of a Canadian 
and I’mted Slates motorcycle trip 

•Ternhiy hot there HW. so I otilv stayed 
one day." fxatd Roper-Cur/nn 

Between then and his arrival here he 
covered N«k) miles on hi* powerful. British- 
made bike 

The trip took him it* Montreal. Ottawa 
Toronto. HMnilton. Chicago (which he 
didn't particularly care fori, the Bad Latvia 
of Dakota Yellowstone National park. Banff 
and Lake Louise 

In Victoria he la visHing Ms gteal-aunt 
and uncle. Ihe Hon Richard -S Dundat. 7H6 
Island road 

Apart from a desire t,. see Van*-'**>ver 
Island, the laptain'* future plana are indefi 
pile although he dr«*« not iMnk he will live 
in r-,«r)ada 

He 15 rather prmid *’f Ai:r; m*’'!--i 

cycle, ■guaranteed to do at least 115 mues 


an hour although I've never tried it al that 
speed " 

The soldier said he talked m'dorcycles 
V iih enthusiasts all over 'his country and 
ihi rs. ranglnp fi«‘m traffic cops n. leather- 
jacketed teenaget* 

He got '*1 mile-, to Ihe g*' ' and suf 

fererl no mechanical firiuh'e or puncture* 
aking the way. 

The captain ramped out dur.r.g the trip, 
carrying his equipment on Hie hai k of the 

bike 

he forsook 'he wide and starry skv 
while travelling through hear .Munfry and 
aiavpd In ijbms 

•'XA ouldn't want an' b*--* s ,... k.ng about.'* 
he sa* 

Although It went slighHv against ih* 
and polish Guards' v t- ->f thing* t'c 
f .i r.'f'jUy nt»'«.nie*t his tra' stained m"U •» 
f..i s >r«lr -Iio hu» he wedd ha.* 

preferred to have •‘-■-inert it up firaL 



HAbit dies hard, and posing almost al attention on 
the motorcycle on xxhich he travelled S.HfiO mile* to 
xiait relatives in Victoria is Capt the Hon. John 
Roitcr-Curzon, late of tha Coldatream Guards. 


t 



18 Sally CEdiatilst victoru. b.c., s«.. s«T»t. u, i9ss 

October Weddins; Foretold 



Admiral Pullen - Walter Thomson 

To Give Prizes Hetui'n Ironi lianll Honeymoon rr 


F<'M»'winK a hnnpvmonn trip 

1 ^SOCI\I> AND PKKSONAD^ -o Mantf. Mr. amt Mr^ Walter 

•n« .-.dlic Comm.nrt R.«r AssomUon will bo ho.., 
late afternoon reception at iteol a RanKC, Sundaj. prior to pu« Immer Mi« M-iy 

fivlng cererooniea following ei'niplellon of their seventh i ,\nne Hall, Uauchler of Mr. and 

I rifle competition. Official host will he Lieut. Georpe t.rlvel. RCN, I'erry Barr Hall. 340 flo.st 
Ipresiflem of the Vancouver I.sland Rifle As«>clfftion and of c^ri^^hrooke road. North Van- 
the PCRA. 1 „ 1 . ,, J^*'*'*'*'- ''hile the pr<K)m l.s Die 


iuf t icoiivrr, Wfluc uir Kr'"*ni »nv 

! Honored gueata will be Rear-Admiral H F. Pullen, who will uf Mr . and Mr^. vValter 

prewml the trophies. Also mvtted arc Commodore Patrick Bade*’, xhumbon. 1310 RiihanUou 
. . M , ^ all HMC shl: In hnrbor; Brig. John S. Adam. Col. Victoria 


(if Comox. Iifinofl gladiolus deioratc<l Christ 

Others who will attend are Major and Mr.s. A M. T. SpiUal. (’hurcU CalhedraJ. Vancouver 
.Major A, E. Evans. U.-Cmdr. and Mrs. E. S. Cassela. Ueut. and for the camlliMU ceremony per 
Mrs. R. Freeman. Ueut. and Mrs. R. E. Learoyrt. Mr. and Mrs. 1 formed by Very' lu*v. Norlhcoie 
Dave Mecredy. Mr. Ron Mecredv. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burch. ' Burke while the guciC pews 
1 Constable R. Walker. RCMP. and Mn. Walker, and Ueut. and were marked with heather tied 
Mrs. Frank SullBan of New Westminster. jwuh Campbidl tartan ribbon. 

a a * l -O T IX)VK” 

irrifo \l nln4>%fhiv 1 A- the wedding party reached 

.Irrilf HtdmSfKiy ihe altar Miss Tiiesa OSuUivan 

Dr. and Mrs. W E. Baker wUl arrive Wednesday from their ‘*0 Perfect Love* and a.s 



Princess Aiesannra t.i-dge, 
o. IS Daughter* of Kiiglatid. 
will moot on \N tHlnesdav. Sept. 
14 In the OranRi* hall. A so* 
lal win follow the metdlnc. 


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The cneapoment is annountvd of Jean Elizabeth, 
onl.v daiiRhler nf Mr. and Mrs. R. G. McKee. 104G 
Sutlej street, to Mr. William Fletcher U*isliman, 
.son of Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Irishman. Toronto, Ont. 
The wedding will take place in Metropolitan United 
Church on Saturday. Oct. 8. at 3 p.m. with Rey\ F. 
K. H. James officiating. Miss McKee has cho.sen 
her coti.sin. Miss Barbara Flaten, and MLss Jean 
Baldwin. Vancouver, as bridesmaids, Mr. J. A. Boyd 
of Toronto will be best man while Mr. McGregor 
Lei.shman* brother of the groom-elect, and Mr. Robert 
McKee will r :t as ushers. — (Ballard and Jarrett 
I'hoto.) 


\J 4‘,lni'%fliiv 1 A- the wedding party rcflched 

.Irrilf Hffimsfifiy ihe altar Miss Tiiesa OSuUwsn 

Dr. and Mrs. W E. Baker will arrive Wednesday from their i^^^g ‘*0 Perfect Love* and a.s 
home In Calgary to spend a two-week holiday here. While tn nrwUwpjl.s slgnetl the rcgis- 
Vlclorla they will l«c guests of Col. and Mrs, B. Russell Ker, if.^r -The Lord s Prayer * was 
1470 Rockland avenue. i he.ird. 

^ 4 * i Given in marriage by her 

j / I # lr.tther, the bride ch*'^e a floor- 

F.nfianprnrnt of Intrrcnt ,,, r„.,, ^hite bro- 

Of wide inlarest is the announcement made this weekend t.uled ^alin with wide .-n.illoped 
by Mr. and Mra. John Stanley Gill. 81J-1 E-squimalt road, of the ne. hllne and full-lengjh sic* ves 
engagement of their daughter. Evelyn Mary, to Mr. Anthony |tiheathe<l from elhow in wrist 
WUUam Byrne of Monlre.iI and Dublin. Ireland. The wedding ami iinwhed In scallop*. An 
will lake place on Sept 24 at 10 30 am. in Our Lady of Eli/ahethan Myle cap ed;:ed 
Lourdes church with Rev. Father .McNamara oXflcldUng. with pearli hrM her flngeitip 

« * * \plJ of nylon net and i«> c<im- _ . _ ^ 

, . ‘ , idem her em^mble she w-.. a MR. AND MR.S. WALTER CAMPBEIX THOMSON 

.frrirf’S iixlliy neckla-’ and earnngs U'hoto by Kem of Arlona) 

Mr. Allan C. Parnea arrives by air Sunday to take up his which had l)cen given to her by o .* v. t- *.* \ir 

new position on the suff of Die Bank of Montreal's Oak Bay the groom on her 2\>x birthday by the attendant.=^ Mrs. Hod Mr Eric *tid Mr. 

branch. His wife, the former Maureen UtUe. RN. will join him|CanipbeU tarian rihlam brought Liltley. matron of honor *or her .. .. ; 

.honly .. Aon., Mi,. Ar.hu, U.Uc, N.U ..r«. 

„ .... bi.uQuci Of White c.irnations maid, was in gold. Their Juheitewa* decorated with b:-*keii. of 

Toronfo Visitor and mauve heather surround- caps were of the name material gladiolus and laU lighted taper* 

Miss Jean Crosse has arrived from Toranto to spend two mg a mauve orcnid an<« for luck and they carried ^uquits wetlding table was de><»- 

weeks with Mrs R Kctterer. 2185 Cubbon drive. Mrs. Keltcrer .i uny piece of white heather autumn-toned gladiolus a n d ,ated in nautlcw f^hlon 

;wm enterUin at tea today for the visitor. . Ncni by the groomN grandfather white heather t^ with Camp- 1 .hifi mnk 

I a a a in dland wa« Inrluded. bell tartan ribbon. IThom-von vhoM» a sh«l pink 

..... ■ Ballerina-length gownn of Mr. Alexander iSandy) F- suit nf lightweight worsle.t 

H tnntppfl 9 ISltors .nmhlc uc.ive p.ina-i./e with Th.-ms«n w,^s best man for his ulose fitting hat of black velv.i. 

Mr. hd M; - W. A. Slmc- MV::;: r;tt>n «■- :rnf Wmnl:;--r w;Jc . • ?” -i-.- : -^khne* -i-.d brother, while U'her* were Mr.jblack a.-ressones and a whit* 

arrived Jn Viclona on Tuesday an<t arc guc-.'- of Mr. and petal eft,=. i r.ee-.r-. .%.cn‘ worn .’'ffer ThofuMn, Mi .T'«hn Hr«l). larna Dnn rr»r -..ge ^ 


will entertain at tea today for the visitor. 

« a a 


Sheila Murchie 
Weds B. E. Reid 


To Reside in Prince George ^ 
After Honeymoon in Europe 

Ont of ihe loveliest wedding** on her velveteen Juliette cap wa>a model blue grey suit w’ith 
lot the early fall took place in from which miMe.1 her lace all mund ploaf^ skirt, wliile, 
iKir'il I'niled rhurrh when Joan 1 bordered fingertip veil, and *he leather hat and while and black 


ni lornnio wui la* um** -a , . Baiierina-icngiM gownn «n -n«- . . • • ; r.1. . , . 

Lri.shmnn* brother of the KTOom-pl<H-t. anil Mr. Robert If innipe*^ I isitors i„.hMc wc.ive p.inag' i/.e with Th--ms«n w,*;* i,est man for his dose fiiung hat of black veK« .. 

McKee will r:t as ushers. — (Ballard and Jarrett M; . a. Slmr- Mc";: ;lt>n Winnl^-rT -.r kjne- -i-.d f-roiher. while u»her* were Mr. .black ncressories and a whit* 

Photo.) arrtvedJn Viclona on Tuesday and arc guc-.'- of Mr. and petal cfl,=. i :.cc-.r% .s-cie worn .’'ftcr TMfUMn, Mi .T-‘hn Hr«l). lama nnn rrrr -..ge _ 

— ~ “ David Coqjier. "Glencralg.'* Ferndale road. .Mr. and Mrs. Slme ---- - _ - - - 

> M *■ f • motored the Canadian route, visiting friend* »f Banff. Lake i ^ 

Sheila Murchie Keside in i rinee ueorge ^ 

Weds B, E. Reid Honeymoon in Euro|)C 

Autumns golden chryaanthe-r Mr. Stuart E, Reid. Ihe Yacht Oub on Wednesday when the new 1956 Lincoln model ■ 

mums and white ^ display. ^ * ! Oiw of ihe loveliest wedding** on her velveteen Juliette cap w a. a model blue grey suit with 

/..rmed the attractive fKn-al «1' ‘t.rKenne^^ o II " I'T ?” M ^ 

imo ihU aftern.jon for the wed- ' vL *nrf ” Arthur Rptuni Home Kirsl I'niled rhurrh when Joan ] borrterwl fingertip veil, and she leather hat while and ula^*v 

ding of Shelia Mlirrhle. ImiIIc" ’ Mr,. Gordon Brown and two wms. Gcry and Lam', haw Manr-ret I^ndsc Haughte^ of carried a bouquet of deep -*1 Her ,or*agc. was of 

riLughter of Dr and Mr* W. K. At a recepUon In Olrte Eng- returned to their home. 3160 KIngsJey. after spending the past Mr. and Mrs. K J. tapUn^l^iS roses and stephanotii. g 

Murchie and Bry'an Embree 'land Inn. muUxers of the yimng, two months with Mrs. Brown's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.'Beach drive, t^s united in | Turquol.se blue velveteen ^ 

Reid son of Mrs J E Reid, and 'couple assisted the newlyweds SemochkI In Angusvllle. Manitoba. Mr. Brown met his family marrUge with Dr Johannes J- fashioned the bridal attendant* V ^ 

the *laie Mr Roiti 630 Gorge in receiving guests. Mrs.* in Vancouver and they motored to Portland. Oregon, for a week*, Krayenhoff van dc Leur son p^wns w*»rn by Mrs. Hugh C 9.4g99 FIR 1 

Road Wejit. ’ I Murchie wore an attractive' visit before returning to Victoria. i <4 .Mr. and Mr* <V J. Krayw- icrant. RN. Vancouver, matron |l ■ 

Rev. Roy Melville, assisted by I ensemble of Dior blue crepe. I * * a 'hoH van *lo U'ur, Utrecht, j ^f honor; Mrs. ETed Robert.s. f Immedlal 

Rev. Canon E'. Pike. p«»rfonned i black accessories and a corsage Troiisspan Tpil I Netherlands Po'^f'fl^na. ( alifornla. and I _ , 

iiii* n,r»>mnnv in St Luke 8 ' of uink rosebud*. I roil. Si an lit I Rev. Dougla.* Carr performed Mr«. ivrek Hyde Lay. RN. , n 2'* KIG 9QOO 6 BIG 

Ancllrnn church Mn Reid chose a brown and Early autumn Howen were lovely In the reception rooms ceremony tn a setting of .Shawnigan Lake, brldesma-i ^ CORDS ® CORDS 

Escorted to the altar by her cold irUles«.-enl *ilk aliemoon ywlerday when Miss Dorothy McNiven was honored at a truu*- ^^hite gladiohus and white tmns. styled with b.illcrins- I iwiif*n.* »• s- 

father the t*eute bride was, dre.ss with maU’hlng ac**surl«s seau tea held at her home on Falkland road, with Mrs Bymn I <,ocks w,*h while candles on length skirt* ihe bodices had I 2-4622 

dainty In a white whisper taf- and lawny gold corsage. Johnson acting as hostess In the absence of the bridc-elcci *. ,hc alur. Mr. .NUlcolm H.imil ,<k*ep Vnecklir*^ bock and ^ rx a w 

leia gown, accented with bodice 1 The toast was proposed by C mother. Mrs. E. L McNIven. The wedding gift* wore on display in ion played Handel's Water Suite front. They earned sprays of I IWU-I/AT 

of Alencon lace,, deep scooped I W. Dawson. White Rock. 1 the den. Receiving about GO guests with Mis, McN^ven and Mrs. | and the 23rd P.*»alm on t h e' yellow ramatlons and had the 1 CEl 

neckline and Illy P'^lbl sleeves. ' Learing on a honeymoon trip Johnson was Mrs. John Long, mother of the groorn elect. Acting [ organ and Miss Marguerite same flowers a.s hraddmiiet. 

Her fully fashioned .*klrt ex- to Oregon. Mrs. Reid donned a as u-shers were Mrs. H. G. Grieve and Mr*. Eba Mayhew ; Dloyd, RN. ■umg “The I.,ord*st The bride's niece. MIm Mara-j? ^ -Yf _ -l _ . 'll*- ~ i 

tended en train. A chapel veil 'brown wool suit and accessories assisting In serving were MlsMs Ruth Miller, Anne Hertford, prayer" and "i'll Walk Beside i«» Capllng of Piilsrille, Wis I u -> • ' 

enhancing her fair hair waa'entone. Anne Mayhew and Peggy McNlven. The lace-covered table at Yi-m «onsm. was flower girl andi iii| 

r.iught to a tiny cres*'ent crown. | Mr. and Mr*. Reid will make which Mrs. R. W Mayhew and Mrs, B. Latham jKiured, followed as Hie bride walked up the wore a yellow nylon tulle frork |||| 


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TWO-DAY SPECIAL- 
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F.n Koutp to Knfiland 


r.iught to a tiny cre«<'ent crown. | Mr. and Mr*. Reid will make which Mrs. R. W Mayhew and Mrs, B. Latham jKiured, followed nie bride walked up the wore a yellow nylon tulle froi k 

She « arrlefl a cascade crescent their home In Seattle, where the by Mrs. J. M Miller of V.incouver, aunt of the bride to-be. and atsie with her father she was a over taffria with matching 

of white chrysanthemvim*. groom will continue his studies Mrs. C. Cook, had an artistic arrangement of. pink roses and^m^luf^ we*lrtlng gown, headdre*-. and carried a basket i ^ 

Bridal aiiendant* Ml** Trudy at University nf Waxhlngton. blue cornflowers In bra.*s stands lighted by pink candles in mo bodice siyled of EYenrh lace of sweetheart ro.*cH and white; 

ram. Duncan. BC.: Misa Pall Guest.* at the werJdlng Incltid- matching bra.ss holders as Its centrepiece. Lvor gleaming while *aim and daisle*. 

Dawson. VS'hIte Rock. B C . and ed Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dawson. A coffee party for Miss Dorothy McNlven was given by Mrs ' me skirl of nylon marqulseitei Mr. W A. Krayenhoff van de 
Ml*" Shirley Nutter wore peri- ^ While Rock; Mr. and Mrs. M. H. H, G. Grieve at her home. 3295 Upfier terrace. There were 3’l,„v«>r deep lace points and satin. ' I^'ur. Vancouver, was best man 
winkle blue antique taffeta, .Curry. Seattle; Mrs. A. C. Tibcrl. gugats. i.Moiher of p*'arl sequins were fr>r hi- brother, and Dr. R. S 

cocktail length, with bouffant Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. ReglnaW « ★ * - - , r.ipimg. Pilisville, WliKxmaln 

skirts and matching Jackets I Abbott. Wlnnlj^g; Mr.WUJlam Fn HoutP to Ktlfllond VIrc V1*k4*l*'*irl<itiA Ur. E Hayne. Cloverdale. 

with portrait collars and Illy .Montgomery, Cultus Lake; Miss . wuw 4 i» mnni 4 ,a* tIi^( I (iri<)f1C bi’ showe*l the guests to the 

point Thrtr rm.cnntlM>rBUorlt«K«-nn. MI,«Gmtch- Edith Comber. whn hM boon rtpomllnB thron month. . . m.rkU ».fh vvhlte rib- 

hooqucl. wrm formed ot on .Sk.lt»rk. Ml* J.net Roblm holld.y .dnltlng rel.tive. In C.n.rtn 1. n.;w on her way ^ck to \ I) J , , 

yoldrn .hry^nlhemum,.. . I«.n. all o( Seattle , her home at Chester le^Slreet. Durham, England. Ml* Comlk-r Annett proposed 

i 7''? Ter. M VrnM^^ A MarFarlane >va,' the ,o.„ a, Ihe re«pliL‘1ield 

mis Ganges Chapter HH 

■ w aOlfl*.* meeting in the Bay street , ,ke made by Mrs. Capllng 

k^f*tl0l(Xt*Sillf} KitvItPll ShotCPr Armr*ry. Other member.* of j which was decorated with dua 

J. t K, f 9 9-t M \ k kitchen shower for Miss Susie Lunt, who U to be married ‘he new executive include Mrs! lers of white roses and silver 

HANGFS -The HMS Ganges ! farewell, aa shs was leaving for this month, was given by Mrs. C. Harris, 262G Rose street. A Mayhew and Mr* J. Fawcett ^ ]ra\e*. l-ipped with pink rose 

r-h.niar nt ihfl lODE resumcd ' * ‘*^P ■hf"*d. ' corsage of roses and carnations was presented to the bride-to-be. I h®*]orary president*; Mi«. H. huda 

Chapter of the lODE iwmea serv-icM st whils her mother. Mrs. M. Lunt. received a pink camailon Haby and Mrs t osialn nr*rpr and Mr« Krayenhoff van 

Jt.s regular meeting* on Uj^me and Abroad wa* given corsage. Gifts filled an umbrella dectimted In pink and green. ' ''ire prf ;dfr;i. Mr*-. K < hal are flying to Holland 

In the ho.xrd room of the Mahon nurrha.'f woof The refreshment table wa* centred with a potlery bowl of jr.vcci mer* ..nd vice pre-ideni ; ; to \i ■ Ihe former.' parent* 

. ... . I. _ I' . .. . I, ..I.,,.. I I... tm r^mm T'V.*, \4r.r C t ( Pj-! I '.- r <i. . \ri i i n fk «i «• ^..,1 Ik, ill t«i An Ml* ( 'Anlin*nr 


•Moiher of pt'arl sequins were for hi- bP)lher. and Dr. R. S 

, r.ipling. Pillsvillc, Wisconsin 

Ylrw \l'4f‘E*irl‘lllP i®"*’ Uayne. Cloverdale. 

Tlilll (II !b.i*. sh')we*l the guests to the 

% 1 ^ • I I pew* marked with white rib- 

:>CH I residenl , 

I Mr. I < . Annett proposed i 
Mr*. A MarFarlane vvns the toa*t at the reception held! 


^ ^ 

Presents Scholarship 


in uir UII.IIU luwMt ..... ipcrml 5 *K»n to purchase wool i ne reirrsomcm muiir n>nu a a... 

hall. r..nngea, with the regent. knitting and malrrlal for peas In pastel pink Hnls. llglUcd by si* Ufier*. The gae.*t< :»l*o Mr- C H rcll;v, rcc*i 
Mr- V r B**st Inthechiiir. imr**ery bag.«. f*.r w*hlch a included Mrs L. Leask. Mrs. James .'itrong. Mr*. H. Whitehe.id, leiary M; I. .foJ.. 
mrin trMxiiri*r\ reuori showed 1-'' l»eing made. Mrs. E'rank Brown. Mr*. J. Larson, Mr*. l». .Simp.son, Mrs II i. sc.-reuiv 

The treasurer s reiwrt *no ^ stated that the Ganges ' Wood. Mrs. A. Davidson. Mra. Alan McLeod. Mrs. George Robert' lu*ddingt>.n. n. .. .urcr 

a balant'e of S120.64. ' ..«oAf.r.h Wnienn. Mrs. J. Oulfisev. Mrs. D. Richards. Mrs. A. Conway, Mr* Thr rafflinc of a t 


**'-i'nd vice [ire'Mleni ; ; to m* Ihe frirmer.' parent* 
r H Pcll;v, r(-c*>r*ling **c and will n'otor on the I'oniment 
> M; I. .fitj... -n I t tv’fore returning aiviut flie mid | 
Mv'.i.-*..: sc.-refaiv M? - f. *llr of October to Prime George. | 
ingi-ro. In.. -.urcr IK' where they will reside 

r raffling of a turk* v for -yip br»i<- travelling costume' 


Announcement 

Hugh O’Neill 

Formerly of O^Neill & Hunter 

Rx Opticians 

WINNIPEG. MANITOBA 

Now Operatinf( 

Oin iCAL DISPENSING 


a balan*'® of S12n.G4. I'enotaph had beenison. Mrs. J. Qulssey. Mrs. D. Richards. Mrs. A. Conway, Mr* The raffling of a turk. v for br„i*- 

The educational secreiary re- renovated. E’lnaJ arrangemenU ' M- Work. Mrs. G. Gor*e. Mrs. H. Simpson, Mrs. W. Hinchcliffe Th.ink.sglvlng, pl-iu:. for a rum 
ported that ah# and Uie regent mads for Ihs stall on the Mrs. B. Braldwood. Mrs. N. Bamborough, Mrs. G. Draldwood mage sale In November and a J|r. Jw 
hod presented tha chapter's following day. |and Mlsse, Marilyn Curl. Donna Corse, Joan Bamborough. |Tupper ware party were dls W 

scholarship of $.35 to fltaln Tbs paper read by Mrs,; Joanns Work and Jackie Walker. cussed. 

Acheson. who 1* going to taks *phomas Mouat entitled "No One “ " W 

a course of pharmacy at UBC. pold the Poles.’' gave a The meeting of Sir Matthew p^—— — ^ 

A inter was read from MLsa thrilling account of Ihe adven Balllle BegMe Chapter lODE I ^ ~ _ . . . tI R 

Helen Ryder. iea*her of the ,j,d final escape of a nun will be held at headquarter* oil A I 1.^ 

adopted •* from bshlnd the Iron Curtain. Friday. Sep t, Ifi a t 2.15 pm | f C“ £^Ut I ■ R 


1115 IloucUa (Opperrile Pjaton'a) 


Tel. 2 5715 


pressing her thank* to the chap | 
ter for all the help it had given ; 
to the school and also bidding 

Membership Tea 
Plans Arranged , 

St. Joseph's Hospital women* . I 
auxiliary will hold It* an’tusli 
membership lea and bndge In 1 
the nurse, home on Sept. 2S 

Arrangements for the affair j 
were made at a meeting of the . 
auxiliary on Friday. i 

Mrs. P. SalUway. president.! 
will receive the guests. Mrs. A. 
Johnsen will set as general 
convener with Mrs. J. McLeUan 
as convener of the tea. Mn. M. 
Butler will he In charge of the 
home cooking stall. 


THE CAROL 
KINDERGARTEN 

Cot. Porbes and Bay 
(1551 Bay) 

Fiilljr Qualified Teacher With 
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Courae ' 1955) 

Open Now for RorlalrmUon* 
( ommeoring lA. 19M 


NOTICE 


ROSE’S 


As only a limited number of appointments will he avail- 
able during November and December for CHILD POR- 
TRAITS In lime for ChrlRlmaS gift*. HOUSFZ 5mT»IOS 
are accepting appointments NOW during September and 
October for preChrtotmas delivery. 

If you dealta to hsva your child photographed during the 
balancs of 1955 wa urge you to make the ayiolntment 
promptly. Houses Studios accept only a limited number 
of Child Portrait alltlngs each week so that the very 
finest result from psnional care and attention Is reflected 
In every Individual picture. 

Call, see our window dlspUy.% compare the quality. 

For an appointment telephone 4 2512 


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^ • S|»ecial savings in every department of the store! ri 

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Mr. and Mrs. t. L»nvin Mnillict, who wore marriod 
rorrruly in First rniu»d Church. The bride, a former 
"Misj; Vicloiin” Is Kloanor Gene, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. A. C. Anderson, 2500 Blackwood street, while 
her groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Mollliet, 
30tV4 Admirals road. — (Photo l>y Jus-Rite.) 


heaving Oak Bay rnilcd church following their re<vnt 
wedding are Mi’, and Mrs. Philip Joseph Maiiin. She 
Is the former .Miss Arlene Patricia Si'oular. daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. John Scoular. 1721 Uilie street, while 
the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Martin, 
2721 Tudnr road.— (Photo by Paul Jonens.) 


Culling their wedding cake at the reception held in 
the Flamingo iykthi of the Co<tal Gardens following 
Ihcir late August wedding In Centennial Unitefl 
church, are Mr and Mis. George F'rnest Wilson. The 
bride IS the former Miss Adrienne Dawson, daughter 
of .Mr. and Mi's. J. R. Daw.son, Parkview drive, while 
the groom is the .son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Wilsmi. Delta 
stm't.— iPhoto by Paul Joncas.) 


Mr and Mi-s. Douglas Peart were married in a quiet 
ceremony at St. Barnabas' church last month. The 
bride Is the former Miss June Day. daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. O. E. Day. Richmond avenue, while the 
groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Peart, \ ictoria 
avenue. 


Mrs. RoVaMl McFarlane Is pictured nit- 
her wedding cak«» at the riHvption heUl 
in Club Tango following the ceremony in 
Si, Pniil’s .Naval and Garn«f»n church. 
She Is the former Mis.s Nora Jean Young, 
daughter of Mrs W. A. Sinclair. Trail, 
and the late Mr. Rnt)erl C. Young, while 
her groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 
(Jeorge McKarlnnc. Carman, Man. — 
(Photo by Paul Joncas.) 


Mrs, r r. Fortier is pictur(*d following 
her wedding which l'K)k place earlier in 
the summer in the chaf*el at IlMCS 
Naden. She is the former Mis.s Shirley 
Lyons, daiighler of Mr. and Mrs. John 
Lyons. Kingston, Ont . while her hu'iband, 
SulvLI. Fortier. RCN. is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. W. A. Fortier of Toronto. — 
(Photo by Robert Fort.) 


Mrs. Peter James Mili'hell. the former 
Mis< Barbara Joan Kensington, daughter 
of Lieut. tS) and Mrs. Tnwor Kensing- 
ton, w.is married recently at an afternoon 
cen’inony in SI. John’s church. Tlie 
groom IS the .son of the late Mf. and Mrs. 
P, W Mitchell and grandson of Mr. and 
Mrs. T. Vickers. Lincoln road. The young 
couple are now residing in Vancouver. — 
t Photo hv Paul Joncas.) 


Mr'i n«itMM l Charles Vaughan was wed in 
Knimanuel Baptist church at the end of 
August. i.s the former Mis.s Joyce 

0||\e Main. RN. daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. 
T. Rtiss Main, .'too'! Foul Bay road, while 
her gri>f>m Is the son of Mr. and Mrs R. 
Cecil Vaughan, 3017 Larkdowne road. 
The newl.N'weds are to n'side in Chicago. 
— (Photo by Paul Joncas.) 


M'S Fred Fedun, the former Miss 
Margaiel I'lori.s Sandwilh. daughter of 
Mr and Mrs. Thomas Sand with, 
PmsfUTt Ijike. pf»ses for a wedding 
ixirtrait following her marriage earlier 
in the summer at Church of Our 
l/)id. Mr. Fodun. a native of White 
Sand. Sask.. and his bnde are now 
residing on (^ladra street. — (Photo- by 
Chevrons.) 


By Porelhy Wroinowikl 
SneuI Erttinr 


Meals on Continent 


earn 


of epiUnfi wiih th«* fork In the 
loft hand and Ihp knife in ih^ 
rtghi- which I found nccc«- 
•«ry hrca^i'c my Atncfican 
wav of changing my fork 
from hand to hand waa too 
*low and mad** mcala loo 
lonK 

1 can now manage solid 
lt«*ma like meat and j>otaliM**i 
fairly «*om|»pt<MitK . -iithimch 
ihmB< like ^hrcd'leil lci»u**e 
and pc.i* siill lenil to drlhhle 
off my fork and rwiuire a 
good dealknf concentrailon. 

ronsidenng their Interest 
in fodd. Euinpeans are nir- 
pnalngly unorKflnal about 
hrrakfaal It ronalsis Inevlh 
ahh of crusty rnM« with htd- 
ter and jam. and coffee, tea 
nr chwolate After a month 
of ihla 1 am ihnrotighly hored 
and will wdrome some fruit 
and toast and egg and bacon 
In England 


acrrmnied for the waiting 
And there was never ans rush 
between courses either. 

We managed beaullfunv 
with German mettus. of 
roupie. a« Nfartha speaks 
German and got ihrouBh the 
|w«» Inch long names easily, 
hut we hit a few tmpa«ses 
on the French ones 

The onlf thing »o do we 
fniind, was luai to take a 
chance on Items we didn't 
know some of them, such a« 
"lomaies au» cre\ettcs " turn 
ed out to he ver\- eo«w1^ This 
was tomatoes sttiffed with 
unv shrimp" hy the waf 
(.■dtooslng the poiTe*'t wine* 
didn't worry us ai all we 
disgusted the wallers hy re 
fusing wihe completely and 
drinking minetal water 
I base almost mastered one 
new art on the trip anywav 
Thai Is the European way 


Our liip involveil sticking 
to a close hfidget, an lunch 
usiially ron.st«ted of fresh 
fruit, andedmner was our one 
meal of the day 

K\en al that, we avoided 
the expensive ptai'es and 
carefully c\:miinetl ihe menu 
stnek on the door to see 
where we could get Ihe mo"i 
In eat fni Uie least money, 
Hut we found the (nod al 
mti<i without rxception. dc 
hcious 

Mv moijth still waters at 
Utp Ihnufihi of a w'onderful 
veal escalop in Venice, seined 
with fresh sliced tomatoes 
And chunks of watermelon 
wPh sliced ham In Rome, and 
roast chicken wi»h a*par«eu« 
in Knnsianr, Ewltrerland, and 
wienerschmirel, staling with 
butter. In Cologne 

In most places our meat 
was rooked to order, which 


BRf‘^SF.I.J5 Having dinner 
on Ihe t'nntlrw'nt Isn't Just a 
f>iAtier of gelling fed It's 
the evenings enn-itainrnenl, 
Of eniirse you m a ^ go 
v»fMcwhcre .sfierwards nr per 
haps for a promenatic hut II 
Isn’t reallv necessarv 
K\en after spending some 
lime In txindon M.irtha and 
1 slitl have the t'anadlan Idea 
ihat food ordered In a res 
taurani should spt>ear almost 
instantly, he ennsumed qiitck- 
ly. and the whole business 
gotten over with. 

But on the Gontinenf, we 
teamed to spiiic hack In our 
chairs and WAIT patiently 
or Impatiently depending 
upon when we’d last eaten. 


ROME 'NANAI — Ameri- 
cans here ^ho wish "to do aa 
Ihe Romans do" dine at Ihe 
American bar near Eaedra 
fountain instead of wearing 
hllstem on their heels look- 
ing for restauranta with Ital 
lan "color ’’ 

Lined up waiting for tables 
al the bar each evening ate 
crowds of Roman papas 
mamas and ktds afl eager 
In wade Into hamburgers, 
waffles and chnmiate rake nf 
apple pie ■ la mode. When 


Mr. and Mr*. Sttno Toth oit Ihrir wMdinR cake at 
the rpn-ption hold in thp Prinre** Charlotte room of 
the Emprrvit hotel followinK their recent weddine In 
Si Andrew's rathedml. The bride ia the former Mi.« 
Maureen Smith, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Sidney N. 
Smith, while the groom it the son of Mr. and Mn. J. 
Toth, Middle Lake, Saak. — (Photo by Chevrona.) 


Forest Grove. Ore., is the new home of Mr. and Mrs 
Robert John Gnindii^on who vyere married in August 
at Oak Bav Cnlted rhtirch. The bride i.s the former 
MIsa ^elyne Murray Usher, daughter of Dr. and Mr* 
Charlea I'aher. 2.5% Cavendish avenue, while the 
groom it the aon of Mr. and Mrs. J Gnindison, 337 
Sylvia street.— (Photo by Robert Fort) 










20 fiailif (UnlnniBt 


Wedding Bells To Riii 


eanii 


Mr». UHtKlIi’ June* '' ' Iv 
orrti ai a numtwr oJ pir nupHal 
jMiriies prior lo her marnaRe 
on Sept. 3. Her mother. Mr? 
Frank S Appleton eniertalnrtl 
al a prenuptial tea for her 
daughter rec»*nily when the 
trousseau and we<{d»iR gifts 


p:' •• «. o\rr» u rrr ai.l inr 

ten 

Following the rehearsal Mr, 
and Mr<> ftasid H W Angus 
entertained the tmdal parts at 
their llipon road home. 


By MARION MATTHEWS 


Promoting your suntan so that too. Even when days get coni the 
It will last for several weeks sun can bum with a painful in- 
through Uie fall aeason means you teasity. Omlinae to wear a hai 
must take advantage of e\-ery to keep sun from drying out your 
week and you can. Sunning at hair. also. 


Dr O, M Jone« t'hapter, 
)DK. will meet In the cluh 


days of September can be very y<jy|. j^jt a.s you did after 
pleasant and a gc.t^l uivestment. outdoors early in the »eHSon. 
In health for the coming rntmlhs. u nniltcr of fact a good pro- 

Cel as much outdoor activity os lunged session of oiling «nd 

you can now that summer is on lubrirating the mmplexiun and 
the wane. When you are •xit throat might tie helpful lor a week 
Uiesr days, continue to protect or 10 day* running • !K complexion 

that IS ^ginning to show signs u( 
lines will iMmefil from such treat- 
ment, for the creaming and oiimg 
leiwens the seventy of wrinkles 
Continue lo swim as lung as the 
weather permits Play ouldiyir 
tennis nr liadminton until you 
can't fimi a patiner to join you 
and. of course, get in as much 
golf as poxsiblr. Kt'cpmg your 
health up . to par with healthful 
competitive sports is a sure way 
to look well ami feel younger 
Don't lose all the benefits of a 
good summer vacation by growing 
soft immediately afterward! 
aM*k*f<] bY Tb* ani arnsirau inci 


. .. p m lor tiieir legular hu'-mess 

gue«ls were welcomed by Mr* 

Appleton and Mr*. David H, W 

AngiLs, mother of the groom. 

The tea tahie >et with a 
Madeira and Cluny lace cloth 
was cenfereti with a large cry 
stal and silver liowl of pale 
pink asters flanked by tall pink 
and white (a|»crs In crystal htdd- 
crs. Those jKYuring w-en* Mrs. 

H K. I’crry Mrs, P A Forster, 

Mr.v. B- A. .Smith, Mrs O L 
Whitby and Mrs James Dick 
fon all of Victoria: Mrs tl H 
Anderson of Vancouver. Mr.v, 
f. M. Mct’uirheon, Waughogsl 
Wash , and Mns G D. McCutch- 
con of PorlUnd, Ore, aunts of 
the hnde 

Mrs Ron Loudon. Miss Ann 
.'^inrr and Ml.s.s Joan C'apling 
08.sl5led In .serving while Miss 
llilarle Cook and Miss Ann 
Maclean shrtwed the beautiful 
wedding gifts to the guests. 

Prior io the wedding re^ 
liearsal at First Fniled church 
Mr. M. .McCutchoon and Mr. 

<1. D, Mct’ufcheon erucriaineii 
.It a family dinner at ihe Km 
ptess hotel lo honor their niece, 
the former .Miss Frances Ap- 


IN AN 

EMERGENCY 


When one h.v.s 
(orgotien a 
hli'ihdav or 
anniveisarv ju.vl 
phone 3*»-lL’i 
and the store 
win loc»k afler 
your order 


The enfijappment Is announced of Margaret Lillian, 
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith. 1534 
Edgcwaie road, lo Mr. Barry Allen Rae, only son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rae. i^23 Murray drive. 
The wedding will take place in St. Alban’s church 
on Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. with Rev. W. E. Groenhalgh 
officiating. MLs.s Shirley Smith will be maid of honor 
for lier sister: Muss. Eleanor Coward, bridesmaid; 
Mi.s.s Judy Howard, junior bridesmaid, and Victoria 
Howard, flower girl, liest man will be Mr. George 
Blair of Calgary, and u.shers. Mr. Harry Hansen and 
Mr. Robert Smith. Jr., brother of the bride-elect. — 
(Photo by Jus-Rite.) 


Mr. and Mrs. Gi'orge R. Hearn, Uk>l McRae avenue, 
annount'e Ihe engagement of their .second daughter, 
Verna VVinnifr<*d. to Mr. Donald Gould Giles, youngest 
son of Mr. anti Mrs. Sydney R. Gilt's. IHbti Ruby rtiad. 
Rev. Canon K. Pike will officiate at the wedding, 
which will lakn pluce In St. Luke's church on Satur- 
day. Ck’t. 1. at K.30 pm. Mrs. Beverley Harkncll 
will be matron of honor for her si.stcr. while anolJicr 
sister of Ihe bride-lo-i>e. Mi.ss, Roberta Hearn, will lie 
bridesmaid. Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper will be hridcs- 
matron, and Ihf groom-elect’s niece. ML‘is Dorothy 
Jane Lavoie, will lie junior attendant The groom- 
elect will have Mr. Rollo Prince as best man, and his 
brother. Mr. Bruce Giles, and Mr. Jack Turner a.s 
ushers.— (Photo hv Jus-Ftite ) 


VENETIAN 

BLIND 

LAUNDRY 


A box of fluKrt- 
Ifltrv IS n finr 
gift at anylimr 


FREE PICKUP 
AND DELIVERY 


UJiikhA 


St. John's Afternoon Branch 
i*f the WA will resume meeting* 
on Tue‘*ftay, Sept 1.3. at 2-3L' 
p m in Ihe parish hall. 


Inriude* Taking Down 
and Rrhanging 


CANDY SHOP 


745 Fort Street 


St. David'* Women's Guild 
will meet Tvirsday, Sept. 13 at 
2.30 p m. at the home of Mr*. S. 
.M. Hobbs, Walerha »treet. 


Pick up on Tuesday 
Deliver on Thursday 


SI. Mark's WA will hold Ihetr 
first meeting of Ihe fall In Die 
parish hall. Bolesklne road, on 
Tuesday, .Sept. 13 ai 2pm 


From other part* of Vancou- I ^ m m m. ^ m .a. i 

,er Lsland are Misse* Frants* ' 

rrucll and Susan Ondzlk. Lady .Searching for a new skirt for school c«r tasi«al wear” There's 
imlih; Mls.sea Ro.<,e Valll. Nela a marvrluu.s selection now in lashumable fabrics and colors f<ir 
>arse. There*? Niven, and fall. Take a irip to any sportswear department and >nu'H >-er 
^arkoreen Danes. Nanaimo; pjajns jn gay or subdued woollens and fells, 

diss Patricia MacCulre, Dun Most intriguing to me ore ihe reversihit* tarians and plaids 
•an; .Mrs Betty MeQuInn. Co- practical pleated skirl.*, so amarl with sweaters blouses 

nox; Miss Marlene E^bes, blazers, are woven so that Ihej pink equally atlrnrlivr'when 
^fliielet; .Mis* Donna Good. jn.side out. And thanks to a double headed zipper the opn 

1 i”’ j . ... version can he completed in a jlHy 

Mainland sludeni.s enorUed Many of the authentic tartan* are represented Including such 
ire Mls.ses I va Bernav . r- dres.*.- Blark Wairh, Buchanan. McIUle^. Mrl^iu hlin 

; Li 7 »nd RCAF. These are priced at 525. But for $1195 and $1695 
du^io ^anffVitma^^Zllll Trail* many nevv reversible plaid* In soft shades of bruwn 
dl*.s Patricia Balattl Vancou- 

er; Ml** Mary Barbulack. ' SicirUnfi ('.ircte Skirtx 

>cean *^**^*^*|j Swirling circle skirt* In hrUiiant shade* of fell are latest 

^nnetl. Nelsor^ .Us* arrival* in separate* for evening wear Those at $995 come in 

^ plain shade* of peacock, ovacado. si-arlet anti powder blue a* 

. a ne Mann. e owna, . black and fe«iiure a detachable half ltelt with white felh 

Vour\mitenlLnr^lrd In Ihe "PP"”" 'Y','”''”''"' ' T,'"*'?,' 

neillnnl technology course. They dower., .ppllqued on Ihe 

m.*.m Td. Vrl^ren and "*'**'‘ contra.sllng shfules and are priced at $H.95. 


irr¥estment Co. Ltd 

— • 5 71'tM 


('nntplete Repair Service 


All Saints' WA .View R-ynl 
will meet at the home of Mr* 
W. Duval. 'JTS Island highway 
Tueswlay, Sept. 13 at 2 30 j>m 


LEARN ABOIT 


NEW 

CLASS 
SEPT. 19 


— mill-ki n M(M>D — 

2 4’OKDS S«-00 

la SUt« Laa.ISi aad i<n|lfe* 

HAKKNETT FI EL LTD. 


The M<Klern Shorthand 


1>OI I.I.AS at RKOn.KTON 


EATON'S 


PIphm' R<‘i;ister 

mStwBcS 

• TAP • BALLET • ( II AKAC TEK 

• ACROBATIC • MODERN MCSICAL 


REMOVE HAIR 
PERMANENTLY 

In hands of competent tech 
nlclans hundrods of extrac 
tlon.* can be made in one 
treatment from 

• FACE 

• CHEST 

• ARMS 

• LEGS 

A*k for free bYmklet 

VICTORIA ELECTROLYSIS 
CENTRE 

401 ( ampl>«lt RIdg. S-0614 


Beauty Salon 


BRENDA MYREN 
SCHOOL OF DANCING 


By ( AKOL ( I KTIS 

C’olorful a* it 1* crotheied cf 
wool yarn* In three blendt'il 
shade* .'•o that a hand.*nme mu- 
ture effect 1* achieved. Navy 
with two other *hade* of bluv . 
three re<ts; three brown*; bla'*k 
white and grey are stunning! 

Si-ml 3Ti ••ent* In coin mo 
atamfv.. p|(M*e» for Pattern N.>. 
129. jour name, addrens. pattern 
number lo Carol Curti*. The 
Dally Colonist Pattern Dept., 
PO. B/>x 70. Place d Arme*. 
Montreal 1, Quebec. 

The Needlework GuUle. 36 
p;ice>. 150 design* for knitting, 
crochet, embroidery, hairpin 
l.nr, do^en* of heauilful color 
iran.'fer*-. Or^ler a*‘ vou do 
nee^llrwiirk paitern* Only 


RiKiin 6, 749 Broughton St. 
Studio .3-5569 


tUilllam* Building) 

Ke*idence 2 'i.V39 


The Wa to the Family and 
ChUdren's Service will meet on 
Sept. 14 at .Spencerhouse al 
8 pm. New members welcome. 


ir* so lmp<»rtant lo your wardrobe 
. . doublv an In Ihe new season* 
ahead. At. Wilson'* you'll chooac 
irom warm Tweed* m full stylcv 
or Klim line.*, other* in 
doeskin*, flannels and cashmere Take 
your pick of chari'oal brown, 
tartan green and many other Fall 
shades that rapture your 
natural beauty- 


island Temple No 8, Pythian 
Sister* will rcMimr meeling* at 
the Knights of Pythias Hall on 
Tuesday. .Sept. 13. al 8 pm 
Member* are a.\ked lo bring re 
freshment* for a ‘Pot Luck' 
‘•upfier. 


BERNARD RAIN 

MOI.IN AM) nANO 

sTi mo 


Kurmfr Cup; at DvroOiY et*n<-U. 
ViMwf.i tpd 


tilt Seittk. Tarant* CanMnalorr 

220 Fast >laddm'k .Avenue 
Phone 2 96A4 


The Welcome room, G2T> 
Coulenay street, will reopen 
for the winter »eaj»on Tlturs 
day, Sept. 15 at 11am 


Kenneth F. MacLaren FOR BETTER HEARING 


RCGrt-AR 

examination 

OF THE EYES 


53 Year* Service to Ihe Hard Of Hearing 
Stvta Wsrll-Fs««at Aeastlieia TrasiUtar Ma 4 sl* 

iMWlkliii a««»r far Ikr Nrartai * 1 * I arra— *a U(hl aa* •*§*. 

tH eaaarlal’ - Saa <bt Uadrl Ati* 

]. MaAal All*— Sat Ladiaa Mar t» •‘'m to in* hair *r a* a krnara 
Fa* Iha mva. a* a 1 a;Hl vIC *f O* 

a H* 4 al *n *— 4 TaAWk|*Toa rnr IM OMttl dimrull t»*m» OpatAtaa 
tor I.Mf n««ra IrM at»a am»U Mt<a-« 

a MaAal ASM— AiA^ri aro«a tirAai'in rowaa MAsrra la <ha 

traatatl hraOnR arhiavrmrat *,ar marl* alth th* maanaOe m«*r»- 
piwtna hr ArmuUmn ■pa*lat.r daiitrart la til Uia a»«-l AlfOruU 
raa** 

i. Alto— I TWASStirrua <i*a> onif nr>a Unr aa'iarr Tnial 'a«t rnt 
thirty a-hcar dar# aailr ]*a a rnnnih t 4 (t:'ri «• iM tma.ii* af 
ln*i'uin* 0 L 'laa U uMrr »nr •rlltan Ift-Aa* «*n«T-b*aa lua-antra 
CM as. II* *««a aa* Cta • manUi. 

a MaAai lift* lULC'LltKI. OMiaftO* •« a * er-.'-ll# •• r rt*a'n«* 

• 1 th lt>« aoprapftaia A(Au*t|r«r), thia '*rr'«ar ■*'• *• - '*a' •'(* 
fwthtof IH rear aar 

a A- 0 *_ a niABtSi, AJDA IM I n«r** ir.« n****i •'...■*) I.*ar|r| 

*ut* for m«e wid •*«>*n An Art-;:-*--- H*anna am - u-t •'•aia*l 

irantUtor iriacniManl Amuiuroe >wt A>ai ariu«:|y ma-*# p«rt 

•I Ta«» nwm *)• gluart Can gU- ha anm aa a haa'lfearr) hrarlht 

iM r«MW-*aind vrMrr raot ha.r A* a tKar'i'ui ila riaa* laptl ar 

dr*aa nmABiant 


that sweater 


is your most important 
acre*»nry. And here, at 
Wilson's ymril see exactly 
w-hal you hsve In mind, in 
style, shade and quality . . . 
Including pullover*, 
cardigans and fancies, loo 


ti Important 

to Your PhyskwJ WelJ-h#4ng 


• PRF.SrRimON SERVICE 

• RR0KE:N I.ENSF5 REPI*ACED 

-• OPTICAL REPAIRS 


Your hair . , tenderly roltiured by ex|*en*’ .Suddenly, 
you're young again’ Never befnre was rhur hair bahled 
like this* Here la the new wrmder msde-toorder 

colour that completely reeondiiion* your hair' When 
nothing |e»* than colour perfenlork will do, naturafly we 
use Mis* riairol* A treasure of twelve glorious shade* 
from which to choose, or your own madetoorder blend'. 


Short .Sleeve 
Lamb* Wool 
fmm 


ClaAsic 
Cardigans 
from only 


:Ua Caat 


lO Diir MOfUY BACK aVARASTtg ON ALL mODKLR 

■rAB UAnio A.sn Ttunsins arrtra wtth ArorsTirou 

Ta«r h*r* al vorrlM ir* vvar CauM !».••<•# t*«* foa 

*•• ahRF** har* af bmrtoi r*a *• i**r •••rtl •I*** 

Prlceti Range from 94 ) 9 . ftO lo $ 249.50 

Caay Budget Term* t^erous Trade In Allowance 


AppoiBUncoU— 9.00 • 5.S0 


And Dainty Cashmeres 
from 19.50 


Remember: You May t'se 
Your 4 hfrge Acemint 


9 r laijcoa 

DISrEN*SI> 

PHONE 4.7651 


£/sr thf H'liion Budget Plert. Ion 


AtOlHTirON OF VHTOHIA 
745 Yatea RL. VIrtorU. R.C. 


IHsriiunt 
On All 
MgyfBir 
PemtaiMmtx 
DuHok Remainder 
nf September 


iij&j ujiLSon 


BATON'S— Mavf air Beauty 
Kakin. F'lfth Fl<mr 
Phone *7|4t 


Open All Day 5Uirurdjiy 
GROnvp F1.00R— BBOAD AT JOKNSON WT. 
—ONE rmpOBE— TO 8KR4I VOL W'BLly- 


1221 Ceeernmenf 5f. Oppeulc Pott Offi 


'T. ^AJON C 




Blender Helps Soup Making 


Daily (Colonist Vitiom. B.C., s«.. s.pi. n. ms 2 I 


ttomiin who can't make 
*oiip ahouMn’l h<» al)<iv>i>4 in 
m«rr>. ' aaid BnlUt • Savarin, 
Thi« la a dia»U»' m^Uintt nt In- 
aiiime good voupa on Ih# na- 
linna' «ahlf»<«^hul Ih^ra'a a jfprm 
of In th^ remark Noth- 

lr>{; i« «ri '•limuiattrit' to the flag- 
ping appetite afier a tiring da\. 
ot BO tiappv a pn'Iiirie to a nat 
Nf'ing meal an a steaming b<»wl 
of smip, '' 

S<iii >4 . u«{f o' cotirve. he 


ronmimme in atari off a 
for, OB meal, a heavier fhi* ker 
hrrw In begin a Uinrh or ailp 
per If n ahniif the thiik rich 
fining *nitp< I‘m going m talk 
ffvtav In almost nn other rate 
porv of food is to be found such 
<]<•'<< ions variety 

Thick aotips. whether vege- 
table or meat based require 
poreeing, whir’h l« troublesome 
ilow-ever with so manv rook* 
fhese dav« equipped with eler- 



Time To Make Grape Jam T” ,,, 

K.. ...... pr.n<u, .„. Lannin2: ionialoes 

the lime fn put grape C* 

Hot Pack or Cold 


CMC.r 


If you likn Fronch onion soup, Iry this VHriation of 
it jMtuwvMi onions aro punvH to make it a thick, 
hearty hrew. Hpit it's Rarnished with crisp crou- 
tons. — (Photograph couHcsy of Waring Pr^uct.s.) 

Thi.s flunimg in each bowl. 

IhriH* 


trir hlenders ihe task is ronsid 

erahly simplified In ’he follow- Hooting on ear h portion. 

Ing recipes where blending is will serxe four, 
railed for vmi mav aKo mb In- Thick hla< k l>e«n soup, with }'inally. the nt hevt cream fn.m heat, skim off foam with a 

haid cooked egg lound'^ and *iMip ..f them all (ish bisque. meUl spoon. Pour quickly into 11 


jams and jelhea for the winter 
ahead Here'i a tnn you'U want to 
make The firal two — jelly and 
grape buiier— arc made from the 
same batch of grapet. The third l» 
a apicy grape jam. 

Surf not with 6 pounds of full/ 
rifie Conctjrd grajics Stem, wash 
ami crush tbnmughly. Place in a 
saucepan with 2 cups of water, 

ered. for 5 minutes Place m a 
Urge sirs'f lined with a Hfiuhie 
thickness of cheemy-loih Dram and 
measure 5 cups of jutce into a verv 
.large saucepan 'The juice Is the 
base for your .jelly; reserve pulp 
for grape butter. 
fiKAI'F; JKI.I.V 

To 5 cups grape juice in sauee- 
pan. add 1 i 2 ’i ouncesi box of 
powdered fruit pectin, and mix 
well Place over high heal and six 
until mixture comes to a hard boil. 
Stir m ti's cur>s sugar Bring to a 
.Serxes full nilhng boil and boil hard 1 
minute, aiming consianlly, Remm-e 



The season for rij»e lomaioes ing top on, then turning It ha* k 
Is At hand aud It s sheer waste- a fraciion PrcK'ess tomatoe.s m 
fulness not to put some up To. a boiling water, hath. X* minuici 
ddV A rcii.tei 4-k- for pint tars. -fS for quarts. .’>>dl 

■‘What i‘ Ihe diflere,.n* t»e comiUeiely, I'ool and store 
tween hot park and cold pack? |>|.| |>||., 


And which methoij is prei -labk 


Here's 


a good re«l 


Ha\« 


iiigethef 


cup 


In lOt |Mi iHomiig, Hie ruit 
or vegeuble If he.iied first in 
juice, water or ‘■x nip. then „ , 

pl..d in j.rv. In roM p.. k, Ihf 


•Shell t'ream 
of huner anil 


•> cup of brow n 


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fruit or vegeiahle ls pU.’e.l Add a cup of corn 

le tar. then covered with - ‘^sfioona of vanilla. 

a pinch of salt and a cup of 
fMTan halves Stir and pour in*n 
she). Rake Ini 374. oven for 
‘a hour. 


Put up Concorfi grapos now — cinnamon, cinser and 
all-spice added to grapo pulp make a dolicimis spiced 
jam. Madp with bolt led fruit poet in. it requires 
only a f'^w’ minutes' cookinR. — (Photograph courtosy 
of Certo.) 


raw 
in the 

hot liquid. In gcnetal. foods that 
profit hy some »xiok ing are bel- 
ter hot packed, delicate fruU" 
anil vegetables do better in 
cold p.irk. The cold pack method ' To fr) swi'et potatoes >mi 
alsti jiermiis you to arrange the have to hnii them first. Boil 
f.kKi in the jiir In an ai’ractivc whole uina*elef1 sweei potaioe.s 
pattern. ^ minutes or »o, or nil 

For tomatoes, cold pack Is ihcv re soft hut not mush). 
RlmpliT and gives you firmer Dram, con) and-pc4*l them. Cut 
re.'^ultH. Scald tomatoes. |mv 1 them Iti quarter in« h allcea and 


once with '• inch hot paraffin 


with a 

rredleiiis tbinueh a sieve haidcookeo egg lounos ana ‘icip .u mem an lu^ri .... . ..u. . 

If vnii like French onion soup vellow lemon jieel floating on ria<e ’2'a cu|k milk. 1 table- medium glasses and rover at once ^|;, 4 »d glasses can be filled Cover at sugar and nux well 
. and who doe-in'i trv a varla lop is as sinking to look at as sp«Mm flour. '2 tablespoons hut- with '» inch hoi paraffin, 
lion of the same tempting it is good l*i eal. Make i* wiih ter. a icaspomt of -ialt and a <iKAPK Bl TTI-.B 
flavor in a thlc-k puree Tn a cooked or canned kidncv beans rUsh of peppei In lop of blem Put fruit pulp through a sieve and 
akiltet. saute T < ups thinly sliced this way .'saute '« cup dned i|er along with *» cup cooked measure 5S nips into a verly large 

onions in 1 3 cup of hotter, onion '• cup deed i-elery and haddock nr lod. coarsely diced „ucepan Add 1 box i2‘-» ouncesi about 3‘i piunds fuliv pquid fruit pedm Skim off foam 

ai^«ng with ‘i Clip celeiv le.ives tup diced green peiqier in Add '? oMsponn of ruriy pow- |Kiwdered fruit pectin and mix well 
and 2 sprigs of jiarslev until fat until onions are golden der and a da.sh of paprika Run over heat and stir until mix- 

nnmns are soft and goiden hi qw n fMace sauteed vegeiahle.s, blender until conientH aie rure comes >o a hard boil At once, 
should take about 23 min- a cup of i-ooked kidney beans smooth fiom 1 to 3 minute^ -j ,3 poundsi sugar 

Now place in top of hlen- and a cup of kidnev bean liquor Pour into a sau-epan and bring pring to a full rolling boil har.l h minutes Then sieve to remove i recipe fills abtaji \2 medium gtass- 

2 cups of beef m container of blender. Blend to a hoi! ovet low heat, stirring for 1 minute siirnng- ronstanilv. seeds Chop or grind skins and add esi and cover at once with '» tn*'h 


metal spoon and ladle Measure 3 cu|.s of fruit into a Uietn and arrange them in tars, cook In hot i;W F. deep tat 

11 medium- very large saurcp.in Add 7) s cups fues-sing them down >in ihat till golden browoi Drain on 

Place m. r piice flows out and around absorbent |»aper. sail and eerve. 

hi^ heat hung to a full rollii g them. It geneially isn't neies You «an also wule your boiled 

boil and hnil hard for 1 minute, .sary -to add more liquid; if It sweet potatoes quickly In ml 
SFICKI) <iR\PK. J.A-'I stirnng consianil.v Remove from is. a little hot tomato tim-e or in a pan over high heal hul 

First prepare your fruit, .*Jlip the bottle water may he adderl. Arid .salt the deep fat method is prefer* 

teaspoonful per quart. Stir able. 

Then stir and with knife blade to tetnove air 


this 
utes. 
der along wUb 


ripe Concord grapes Add ‘1 cup wun a metal spoon 

water to pulp and bring to a boil.“*Jvini h> turns for 3 minutes to cool bubbles P.ariially seal bv^sen^w 
Add a teaspoon each cinnamon, all- slightly and to prevent floalirg 
spice and gmger Simmer covered, fruit J^dle quickly inio glas-- 


f f 


or chicken hroih. ’1 teaspoon f-ir 2h seronds. nr until contents mnstanity. If no blender la Remove from heat, skim off foam lo pulp, 
salt and '• teaspoon fre«hly- are thnrnughl.v blended Heal a available, combine melted hut- 
ground pepper Blend until cup of tomato juice adding 2 ter and flour, add milk a 
amonih. abmji 30 s<nf>nds Re- teasponnx of tall. Add blended bring to boiling point, 
heat and lierve wlih rroutnna. mixiuie. lyux thoroughly and fish to a paste with a 
or round* of French bread heat through. Serve with slice* add along with other 
topped with Parmesan rheese of hard»*ooked egg and lemon enis. This renpe serve.* four. 


hot paraffin 


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Do not allow colored drcsse.s 
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The freezing I* sure to fade 
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a « 


I 

Mash 

fork. 

mgn*<ii- 


Cook Fish Whole for Change 


remove to 


a warm 


Tomaloeti Good Serred 
In Varielv of Uc/vs 

m. V W 


A festive approach fo a meal lemon quarters. Salmon v)hi*h ilnih and 
ia a fish cooked whole. H<rw plentiful now I* a good choice platuu 

lone sim^ vou've inert one- for ihi* treatment. \V-h youi 1^-. fi.b g-^l w.uh 

® , 1 , cleaned fi.sh thoroughly, drain. |u«t a .sprinkling of fwirsley and 

You can bake It If you like. ^j,d stuff with an heroed pou! lemon juice, a cream *auce 

with a delirious stuffing, or try stuffing <add a little giaieu vvtih cafiers addnl is als) a 

poach it in a flavored stock lemon rind' or with slu ed toms grmd choice Salmon tak*»s e-- 

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One point of controversy con- homemakers by saying the ate really good served fried some, with head left 
cerning tomatoes i* the que«- »'>maio may he used a* a fruit with bacon seasoned wuh salt garnished with parsley 
* » «r a vegetable and served in and pepper and .some like m . . 

lion ... •■ 1 * the tomato fruit nr every course of break- sprinkle a liiile brown sugar 

a vegetable Reports have it fjinnei and supper. over them Green tomatoes 

that about forty years ago the when buying tomatoes ^P’ 

argument got *0 involved the choose well-formed ones which P'f'l'Bng kettle than ed 

ra«*e wa>. taken 'o court 1 *he are firm, plump smooth and "P**' could be better 

lawyers ruled that the tomato free from blemishes 'They Id tempt wituer appeines than 
Mas a vegpiahle hut scientists should have a good red color, ^ tomato relish or chow 

'still claim II as a fruit Nutrl- and be just ripe rallier than 
tinnl.sis and home e«onomi*t* under nr overripe, 

h.vp «..,M ,h» .r,umfm lo, „ hy .h.n..o . low tom.- ho Mkcn’ n(( Thom ,( H'" -a<-h »"l proM-nloo p„,y, „y.„ ns„ 

toes which are a Imle irrek.ular tomatoes ate dipped In «« children of veterans fo^r t^u 

flavored broth, 

■ " H * - • „ 

decided 


A baked whole fish 


is han<l 
on ami 
and 


toe* and onions, and chop|ie I perially 
parsley loil the cavity irst sauce, 
here I. Close cavity^with skew 
ers nr toothpicks. 

Pre-heat oven to Ihh F 


well to nolFindaiw 


To firel nr not to peel toma- 
toes IS often the ((uesiion. I'he 


lODK Chapter 
To I’rcsenl 
Two Bursaries 

Two bursaries amounting to 


Plain cold prwiched fi«h lake* 
lo a sprinkling of lemon and 
mavounaise perhaps with 

Place fish. Oiled nr doited vMli rtramed capers mi.ved !.n. 


AsiPK TOPPING 
Or. you ran make 
topping 


for H. In 


an aspic 

be re.sllv 


butler. In a shallow greased 
baking dish. Bake 'i.sh f-vr 12- 
1.1 minutes a pound, nr in«eri 
meat thermometer in flesq he 
hind gill*. Fish is done when fancy For this strain out 1 
It reaches 140 degree*. Other cups of stock .Soften 2 enve, 
wu*e, test with a toothpick npe* nf gelatin m .\ little mid 

flesh should be flaky and wafer, combine with hot .simk 
opaque arwi 3 tablespoons of sherry 

('hill till half jelled 


Place f»*h 



a basket use 


,n *h..pe turn up in . ^ ^ 

them for stevvtng or in casserole ^ 
dishes or if iheie are any who h 
a.e a litiie on the green side 

ru«.n them at room '^niper^ ^ recently 

lute, lire refngeraior is the 
best place for storing rljie toma 


a Iracimn of ' «'tonal purpose* by the Rotren like wilh hardx^Kfked egg slfce* 

.Mc.Micktng chapter * * ’ and iflmienin or nerhao* hll* 

bouillon. To make Ihe broth. 


ffimienio. or perhaps 

two 


c. it was decided at ...- . 

,h, m.,nlhly m«-rmR oMh.-^rh.plm rupT whi'." Chill .ml 


pour atramed broth over and 
simmer gently for fi to 10 min- 
uies a pound. When fish is 
done, lift gently out with cheese 


chopped carrot*, a 

1 . r 11 Mr. I A ('horch qia’ Transit vvme an herb faggoi to 2 quarts 

snack or as pari of a workday Mnr J A hhur h. 019 

. . u k. 1 ^ lunih than a ripe red tomato road. These will be given , Plazv 

ror, «ml 'K'> „mch I, .0 h.ndl-. In ihClhf bnr».r>- >«■" "> hf h.ld : "X m . k- ?l2 

m. ihornuuhly w.shrd «nd dned (l.h In chwwlnth In . k-itln. 

bntnn. p,m,nc Ihmn .n i« , Th. rh.pter h., under. 

\ine-ripened tomatoes tasie Whi»n adding tomato pieces to to care for blind children 

their very beH when eaten a* *^iads the Consumer Section institute for Ihe blind 

soon afier picking as pisslhle. them juxi while their mother* attend 

For this leas'in the home econo- minuie bwaus.: they meetings there and to provide 

mists ofthe Consumer .'^ciinn. dressing. The booklets for them. A 

Canada TVpartmem nf Agricul ^nme economists aNo •■uggest .^nort was given on the pro 
ture sugesi not lo buy too many py„|ng tomatoes leng’hwiie ‘ , blind pattern re 

tomatoes at one time but to buy from the stem end down, ra'her J,„peraling from an operation 
them often. ,h«n crosswise for saiads and ^vered bv the chapter. 

KFI> (*R GKKFN sandwirhes because must less 

,h*"num,:';"n, “lirh ' hT.l.d , >.nd ^ ’ THK . ASARV 

miver* and the number or neii - 

nous food mmhinai.ons that H Hie ranarj refuse* to i.sf 

can he made with them is almost hi* bird hath, try sprinkling a 

unlimited Served hot. they ''•'h , “eK*. cheese or vege- „„,p in the bottom of the 

esn be broiled. fne«t. b^k.-d. f*H‘ngs. added to ie'lied before filling with water 

stewed nr cooked in a casserole. quanered and bird's refusal Is often due 

few wajs ot '^“'*** to a shpperv hottom, 

greens They ate ginvl too. 

,-ind lighity mixed witti salad 


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The new Fall Winter Fashtn.' 
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to mention Just 
milking them. 

Broiled ripe lomauws are ^ 
popui.r *>ih m,ny t.m.im. 7 , 
Wv .r, ,k.|iclou» »h,.n ,u, in '^V P"P“l='»y 

h.lt. .pnnktnd «rnfrnu.ly »Uh ..nn.ln ,rh« I 

Ln «nd Ihnn bm.lnd Ano.hnr ^nnklmp . mUn Mnn y r^p. 
rhw.n nnd Inmnlo comhm.tlnn """> ovnr rhn Inmnln nllrn. 

. prlllnd ch«.«. .nd ,nm«ln SI'o, ,7 ondwichn. qudn .n 
«„dvvlrh, 

Baked stuffed tomaloe* make 
very good eating too. Tempting 
fillings can be made with 
creamed meat*, imullry or vege 
lahles. A mixture nf rnnv 

knrnrl., rhnppnd «r«.n pnp|^ „phnl,.nrnd m.kr , ..llp-nm-nr 
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baron is another (a*ly filling „ verv ni* e appearance. 

A topping of huiiered bread ^ ^ 

rrumh* with a little gia'ed 
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Green t**mat**es do not get as 
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I <j Hnmr(oaiiri> 

] np W.viiaoMh II. ..ir 
3 14 W'Mi.Bouh Mumo 

3 M WuuiKuilb Hour 
I (S Wnulaurth Hm' 

4 00 O'lr Mix Br'i..k«~~ 
< IS i.»urM. ISi'>..(( 

4 1'> llxiidfet II .;,v ay ' 
4 IS llnliday lliiiiaar 


Warld Malta 
pMluai 

Critically Bpaaklna 
Crt'.icclly Bufakinp 

Canadian Bceao 
Canadian scaaa 
B'lr'inicr Wrriuhop 
Humiaar \b. ra*hop 

Hae* Waa'ito' 

UP oil ihr Haentd 
Winaipal Bunday 
CoatafO 

Wutaipaf O'jnda^^ 

Crnr.tft 

Tha Bra>on Why 
Tlia Raaian W>,y 

Bunaay Chorala 
B ii.da# rh.irala 

Phrat ta Make Mut 
rnraa to Male Mua 


Ba«a Lombardi 
fJuy LoahardAf 
Ubarac* 
Ubaraea 


Church at the Atr 
PPuraouara Ooipm 
^areh et iba Air 
'Thufftb At Iha Air 


Naaa HUUO* 
Rour at Uuita 
Hour A< M<-(la 

P*.i P'K.'ball 

Pm Fi. • II. 
Pra Paa- .aii 
P- 1 ^I'.ltail 
P;0 throltall 

P’-r F'rui .al> 


MAniiar 

Moniiar 

MnnllAf 

Mnniinr 

Moniiar 

Moaiiur 

U.Kiiior 

Munitor 


MultXlMBUO UOMUUEXIAL 
Woru Ud 413 David Btraat Bai 
1477 WoniBnaou markrr* rarp. 
j)(A ProBia pl4d«a«. marbla vraa* 
Ho aad itona tor r raplarrt huud. 
lOf crwatruilioa, ale J-M31 


OILBKBT BROVt’N 
sir. ' a. Coot « i ul 
Bprciaiuiai ID 
MA80NHV COHWniUCTlOB 
Ph^na Ulrica <-«177 Huma T-M3J 


nOHF\-BAn tn Vlrtc.r a -o" lUpt 

• 1071 Ayna* MrLrai. Rc.iaitar 
al jJAt Wi.alo* Btrcai aido* 
.if Iha !a'» H'l-’iin P..»nar Ra'*. 
year hhy < lurtiyad at nna 
tliucMr' \t--~ Vlclir BjI.o* 

• faan. >if Vl'l-ifU 'i>ia irand- 
aon aiea tau m. ao and a 
n-FthT^’ tn ontarni Thr ;»'a 
M(. ft. ^>**1 Bu> » in»n4i.cf ot 
Uain.i>'> Itan f’l.ilad 4‘huioh 

P r.a»a) •Turn 

B'oa Pintal P*uta*ai Ctianal on 
Monna 1 Ill fr, it ! JO pm 
Ray Dr P P M l*tn*« nlt'cia'inf 
Iniermmi In Rntai t>a« Burial 
Pa>< 

vienaa .‘<e R«»t papcii plrai* 
ropy . 


All claim* of trror tn eualioaUM 
4h*.l b« mad* •II&ib 13 Itaura 
IhaxafUi and it aoi *o madrTnali 
aei b* cnAaidarad Na claim wUJ ba 
at'Aead far mtr* mas ofla iD'-irract 
lajartura aoi far arfpr* ppi attaet' 


I ail jf China 

R4ma.w •■rfppa 
Bill Ortham 
Bu: Oraham 

W>KW«orib Hour 


W.AAlvnrtb Hour 
W>ml*orib Hour 
Wmilaorih Hour 
Wv.ilaorth Hour 


3 )> lLAUM VkliHK. POl/NOAriOhB, 
Sts flnar*. t.aaaa.4* «U Bert ’ lanka. 
... i-'r draibk tr*«ia lOaliatarlioB 
J 4 (uarabteeA U O I'Ddfnreed. 


BTBWAKI UOrrUURHTAl WORKB 
Ltd . 140J May IRraab 4-3431 

Cufhtata and .narkera a tp*ctaHr 

hidhi phunc* t-tltl • 2-1100 


Hen* Nonnan PMni> 
Mniman Prln»te Bniitr 
horirtn P'lnt.a Ai.on 
Narman Prittdlr Bh ly 

H»*» Norman Prin<ii> 
Nurman Piiud't tH>v« 
Kiddle Kauara 
Ktddia Ranor* 


Muniter 


Bui»dBy Bcianada 


lay Iha *a-j* of (ha adyeiOaemant 


Waoinurih Ho-it 
W.i.iiwuiiti Muur 

nur MI4I Br.Mki 
Our Ml— H">OAt 
Vj' '..ry Haim < i.nn 
Vijcaitrtua Nan* 

Old PaaMoead 
Ravt**! IPiur 
Old Pa*)uonad 
Ra«i*ai )0our 

Wall! Pritital 

W» * IT .1 : l«icaj 

IL'ir. Uonr.byai 
Hntal Of-nnbfat 


3.1 ... 

1(3 inx lludBB MOVIKB. JACKIHO, 
aeitLiHic rcpai ib( «f 4f( lei aad 
’ ^ I 'ttiHai on* • MIL 

4 .0 1*'.'!>MAHB~ R'lTO RlXnrR~ IttlC 

4 (J tie* i'ufyed »anrr» and drkla pipao 
*00 •■■•rlilfal.y l-diO) 


reprraavutiya* 
'4f0 Canadiaa 


VICTORIA MUMUMIfKT LtUnU) 
Urmarial* o> DutinctUn ' 
laOl OOUOLAA tn 1-30JI 


B'lndav Hercnad* 
Bundat Htranadt 
Kund** fleraniua 
Burnlay Ber*n«4e 

Jut* Bet Jury 
Jut* H>.a Jury 
J'lk* Bo* Jury 
Jui* Bot Jury 

Our Mil* ntanli* 
Our MU' Brueikt 
Nmirnam 
HmuTooni 


Monitor 
U '1 lor 
M ni'ar 
Maor.ne 

Mnnitpr 

UuBiinr 

Mmltnr 

Munttor 

Uaniinr 

Uonunr 

Mnminr 

Uooiior 


taitarn Caaada trpfvtaauuy*. 
W ii Au*iia IT C* II Toraai* 
■ I'rri. Toroata OnL 


3 00 D>J for a Oaf 
3 13 ' D-J for a pay 
3 30 OuariatTik.a 
3 43 Nan* Sparl 


Nv*» nil Parade 
WeatarD Ni'. Pa-ad* 
Waataro Hit Parade 
Weitarn Hit Parade 

H»»* Praacrlpltaii 
for P!eatun 
PreieriBiiaa fa* 

Piaatur* 


N'n* Bkli'oom 
s'i* n. ' >« dk 
Pf ily TTirk'f* 
Fam;i; Theat'* 


Ol/B TU TKK RSnRKMPNT OP 
mcinprr* intoucn ma- i*(r tner* 
• It bf tetrrii »«tatine« in ibe 
tictnria Uirli Drill Corp' hr- 
(•yen now *■ d ib* tnd ol ihe year 
Appilrant* for theta varat riF* nna 
rr.utt be bein*eti iii* ayr m( if 
t-id sn t-wj 3 2 (u 3 A in hp.chl 
of *1 y..ani chararlar C*> alien 
or Rri'ikb tiOjaci* «iil >• .nier- 
»ie»ed at *he Bay a-»eet Arw"u-.f» 
nri Thurtd* Beni 13 #l 7 pm 


hormei Coobtruction 

depsU Dept < v3ll Prompt herrita 


npphps 10 privalB box 
numbrni may onJy be 
obiRlned from the rt*»wn- 
lown office of Victoria 
PrP5A Ltd. at 121S Broad 
Street. 


BtlAHBY In Vicin’t* *' th* 
'.'e'erant Hntp ,al no K-iq*t 
ften’emner • ’ 1033 '.4'nan 

Bj'iav in hi« idh year btinyyd 
h'ltband nf M*'|*ie* B'lttey. 
•T2 Annedrap Ateo.ie bM.. in 
Ys'k«n>re Unit'd ani a raii> 
d#r> <*f V|<’«il» rnre !in Be 
line* t*.|i vlfa he l« igrylva' by 
a 'en I'litr’e* ' Bu**e'' of V*e. 

Be and three frinn- 
« •' .Te The U’e Mt It.n'ej 

• I re'eian of <h# rii*i Wor.d 

* •{ 

P- " • f.n*i»; «eryl. et • '! S» 

rt in he Thismwin Ptinr al 
H Oi» .;i M'»lirt*r neN'eTine* If 
'• "«ert •». c'eina'i'in Rc» K ) 


OM Pamnua Voice* 

0 U r fameui Vn ee* 

4 Jn Bouquet of Uc.Ady 


Capitol Bepon 
Capiiat Heoort 
Birtpg AlBBf 
Slrlnc Alnitf 


N4*k Bam Roaa 

Tap ioi tH) I'ntn 
Britiah Mura Rail 
Bmith Md»w Rail 


imAPLS. DlliQiAMAKINii L.AIUU* 
• '.I denti' aiirt*UL>n« S-;UT 


I Dirk Batar N*oa 


Famau* VeirM 
Pameui VairM 
Ch lei ChurtA 
Chrlai Church 


Nee* Ra«i*« 
R*«i*o Apeakar 

Llli.e Bympbnnr 
OrcheiT * 

B'lmmar m ■■* 
Bummer ftaa* 
Ward In Your Kar 
Word in Tour far 

Ae»»i »ri Li»e'y 
it«e>i and Litaly 

yeiprt Hoiu 

Vyaoer Nmii 


Uuilr Hall 
Mutie Mall 
Mukir Hail 
Mu.li Hall 


Planer MrOra 
Oreil O'.ldcri'eyfa 
Amerean Pneutn 
Amtiran Poium 


J II Xainh Rkkhia? 

7 Jn Peo|Ve Are Puna* 
7<S Pe.iDla^.y r..,,ny 

I®* *<*•# w**'h*< 

1 13 Sn'erpilka tn Ac nn 
1 10 Album ot Pa«oti>aa 
0 «3 Atbuyp at Parotilaa 


Preddy Wortm 
Laorat •* wolka 
La«'*cir Weika 


HODAB WiniNO HANOn CON. 
aicted Caiimaie* (>'.-hraua i-lML 


INK JAMBB BAT PRK-4rHOi>L 
Crt-aoeraote t>i*y ii'ijo otinur- 
■ •r'rni m.irmne i.attet are mm- 
nleirlt filiro If laei* are annai i 
ln'ere«'rd tieorla «ri afeenu'B . • 

«II| be orca.utcd Dari.-.larlv fnr 
ehildren Jn» >»ai» o •! For t .rther 
lofnrniaiion .hone M'« Fnii s* 
Wehttei Quallli*.! eipe... 

efl'Cil (UperiiM r 


Cbrui ChurcA 
Cbrut Cburah 
CBruicbureh 
ChrUt Church CatiL 


Oen» Aiftr* 
Oea* Autry 
fht Whitiia* 
rh* Whiftier 


BIRTHS 


FOR HALF BIBCH FtOORlNO. 

4.. . .. --I ,i. ■ I .r. 

•r I" •.»;% «'4SO 

no !*t|..e«i uvtatd Fere**, 


BP^tir.innN m, \n« 

Mfx ifo D Prnueb •n 

RR I Maaaohiiia *i tnr linytl 
J'lV «f M< .ptiai rfl Frtday Aep« 
.ei.nar HI. lOIS * bar 


Nei* Mut>4 
MemoT.e* m Muita 
Memnrie* |n Mu*<e 
M»m-Tir» in Muiie 

N*«» Hn.ta Party* 
nouae Party 
Hogta Pony 


Burnmer in 8> Lnu't 
Summer a SI Lnui* 
Oary Ctoabr 
nary Cieab* 


Due F*aiMe 
RpOM* Baal 

Traakuri of P’**( 
Tre». j’w oI B’air 

Cnnc*’; Tim* 
Conrait 71m* 
Cucum rjEr* 
Concert lima 


New* 

M»“'nr»ni 
Uk ’.n Bouady a 
Hkn.1 


Brottuav Cop 
Brat ‘ k*y Cop 
Treaaury A|«nk 
TTra'i;* A*ent 

h( e> 

M 44ic Orram* 
C-vM of Day 
inatc. ' nimtp 


■SI A W eLuOR CO LTD 
'•■leii kanoini. Iinikhii>( 
• iiir.tr* Phan* 4-«<aL 


Pa-a T r Nfi'n 
F*. e 'i.e Sotien 
Orrne.i-a 
Oirti'ylta 


N*e* 

l.'Onuiouta ef Hop* 
L.fb' uUk* uf Hepa 
tntarl jd* 


wAffH y-.H urTAiu^ <iF irr 

Hkrnanaa’ A. P'.e A, , 

afta-n.'an be. l 17. n Ke* li'«.'; 
naraee Pan..-., *j>4 Bel»->n. 

Furp.'ate •.Tiiirre*. -h'ho. ai.* 
liq.jek D..! H !'r.*n U»el eloth- 
IMF *»*ll. e". 3lk<nard9 A--'.*'n- 
eeri 


cnc Neut 
Hailenu'p A Warid 
4e Nirvanreay 
Q'.ariat 


oni'KRLSNn 
on iili»' 
I|s3 no'iid 
>r* )• . ' 

V.-t-’ie He 


IR 01 CUR CO. J-l 
I'ompiei* tieor aarylca 


Hoiia* Parly Bparta 


Kintey Jr 


1 1 Da N*«t. Apnrta 
>> 1' ' JAxroty ipto Ma.ody 
II I - I Journey Info Me ndy 
It 4S iQ.irne* trtn Melml* 


)>(**. Houk* Party 
■ouao Party 
Kn ,** Ptri* 


R HO,AOJ.*Y 


Obilaclot'i item* 
OoHeeUr'a Uam* 
Coiiaciar'* Itema 


WorM Fioai 
LaadiDt Qtiaalti'a 
leantnc tyuniiep 
F .-aard Mate# 


• e 1 4ei.eMer 

L«t I 0« t« T*ea 
Itnpnt narderai 


FLOOR SASfltNd 
and (.attune Uutian.aad lati> 

VI HARDWOOD PLOo'r CoT 315B 
Imui.a* free aitimaUa 4-TH4. 

pt Ahsiru 


N'at B^rl* 

M ’ .a Whtefn 
J '■( .tallied If'.jr 
t 1/ htmad Muur 


Copfaft Hali 


O-aot While W •* 


MISR MARd 'VriCKMAV WlimT.I 
Ui annaitr.ie i>>e re-openinp cl her' 
nf'i. r at Honni 410 fP-Akrl tl'iK 
■ f ihe treaimeni of *•! 'rre- 


H) ANNOt'NCT-MENTS 


JfyTRFT T# Mr and M • Hov 

. ' ' Klf-ei 41 B' .’if, •*)■ 

H'lap k, V* . <iei n C oc 

tmi> 4 l*S> • m<- 


HKI.P W’ANTEI>— 
.MALE or FEMAI.K 


WANTED 
M.ALK HELP 


W A.NTKH— 
FEMALE HELP 


Sin .^TIONS 
W ANTED— .MALE 


*ar.|* n.'.'. • * ! be an- 
tr. Vanruurai pap'r* 


THE NUTSHELL 


INITA! LA HOMS AMD RXPAIM Al 
; tn.** A Bda* 3-3311 areomOA 


M»-. fl'iiFSTlT HFFTirD TTl 
meal dr-nond. af Clrrlr-iui. T'-‘ 

1 i: nartiil 0|>e>ai|liu Ni 't 

pmriu* aeiMtarv to ittr inn.i- r 
appiiiKd ri-v4.e kttadr plan 

11.4 . >• i.rtk i.f " .1 I « • 

ni«ht rla'*e» tiatiina 
man |ti 1400 3300 pl.-> mnntlnt. 

Ii* riS iin ctperlenre ani »ert. » 
A'( nnu ■ Ben ' l"r Ji" «0' *e 
booklet. No uniicBtloa. aio'e ertif 
rtilnn Radio Cnllete ot Caned* 
«« ba'h. pi rn.OP'n f-..' 37 

rea-t ti>rc.*Iillni in Riec'rnpi'* 

YOHSO PIASIKT TO tXCHANOr 
thnrt e'enifti hour* f*r r-'.'m 
and mat.' m tmtO holt! Boa i0«7 
Virinri* Pre»a 


847 3t» nirs CtRFTVnrB AVAILABIf 

• hif! A mK .. e»p'ficf.. r; rem«i 


I’OCiyO 


UaITHBWS Bom (« Ur to# U<4 

4. * ’ I. • . ... 

Vi tnria BC. on Sepi ' US’. 

“ I .n ’ < 4 d«i>ch'er 

7 :■}• . II cut Tlianka •• Dr 


WIUIAMA <»n Afpl 0 iO.Vt kt in* 
• ! isn H. .«!- (' .(d 

R il t Ma'*e>i. e Wtl .*rti« •aed 
• i Airvyart her hu'htnd 
W' ;|i*m A 'Yltllamr -ne mhi. 
Chetier L Wi::iam< nt Vlrmria 
ene arandtiri ind one tit'er 
Mr< Helen wnilr.y nf Lonoyiev. 
W*(h 

R'lneral nris*'* rrem.'in'i 'Nn 

(Inoeri h. reO'ieti ' lla.ukidi 
tn eh*r|f 


LADira -DONT THROW AWAY 
a ptli nf •t'vkmkt l-e.ku^ •■( a 
rsiB' Ther ran na n.etided fn> a 
fra: Mon of me cna; nt a :iev 
pail Vet tartlet Prim <netn to 
Ihe Beeiii.e aiJ F'Mt Bl 

I WISH TO ANNOCNCK TO ALL 
pai'en* af Virinria Vc'erap* hieht 
Pair'll that t Fred Whi'e h*'* 
••.ereif all canr.arMnft* ••m in* 
• une ptunl at of AeDtember 1 
P33 


► - ■ 1 • .1 <'’.•9 

PAtSlIMl INTXnioli-IXl BRIOR 
Ut(ei,: . i.ec.rd and »*ek 

end- t.7 . family me" is* r*'*t 
7 '■*! anetiftie 

WANTIfD WOMAN OR OIBL FOR WANTTO PART TIMF JOB FOR 
nur'* aid ilii'.y at Doc'nr Pran'.« ri<irm*l vhnni tiudan' fnnn* 
I'Mia'e tl'..pi al Dance* la F ot 4k44 tw>uee>. 3 * 

Boa 30 

COMPCTRNT ACi.'OUNTA.M HF. 

COOK llOOftVKffpTR TWO El.n. nui-e. p*-i ..me hnu> 

•fM pe'ipla A eep In ope •hn 1 an day nr mnnih *.lloj *«e* 
o:i»» r»« I'referan.* Bna 74* tu- 

7KUA tOPPBl) yFU.'U PRl'Nfr 
rh*ln>au N ' inL 1 n .man Lau 
Pife L K.yet l-k(»3 J-U-st 


YOL'No 


ALL lyPLB or FLOUKA iXpuif^ 
ly claaned otxrd ind omjthrd by 
marriine* Hemet uur *|keciaiiy 
Oreu * eitablunro <313 4 3( 33 


HM Aimr«'-y.A» 

DOMJNfOK HAIKtiftOASINtTsALOH 
tmmininn Hnai Pnoe* 4 *114 


' TCLKVIAtOK 
l*>»i*inn t» bit inonev W* •ill 
tram you •bile ?n.i earn ("ue 
men nnly Apply Irer^e't Furacute 
are-k* irnm ih* ’Bit on Dnuclat. 
4 JA la i I p ni. nnly. 


I ENGAGE.MENTR 


AL1 NOW FOR OIIR 
permaam'i Neo R*r 

huopp* AJ)’a Pom 1-J4«t 


WORT’IBh 41 Ihe r*»td»»r# 1(10 
S' Parrirk ntreei on Aeriem- 
nee 0 lOtA lean Ka'.'iedT 
Wnr'hen « rt.'rtenr here *l"r* 
<a<4 *n4 fnrmerH of Zealanrti* 
St«k Uldn* nf Ihe Ible Arthur 
S'earn* W'nr'hen »nd 'later nf 
n»r*».e*h and fmily Kerned* nf 
Vir. -I* and P H Kennedy of 
S.-lainnn S*>k 

Funeral .erMrei fmm Sl'Can 
Brn ' Funeral rbapal an Moriday. 
Aeji'e'’'ber 17 *' 1 pm R»\ Dr 
W W M'Flier'nn nffirla'ln* 
Ini'frr.enl in nural Oak Burial 
P.rk 'Bk.kai'in and Ot(a«a 
pai'ar. pie* e riijiy . 'F>wee« 
f •■ef-.illv lie. inert . 


Bt^M KTMmv Mr and Mr* 13 
Id' Bl- Ilfa -eym'.if 

A.e -aie meafir* .ti anpiun- 

f r. ne '-i* *re'«»ii* of 'heir 
tn-jife' daufh'er fTiane ta 
'• r MeTirrrti -.m n( M' 
an.f A|r* Vf He-penn of VirinrI* 

r. - -*-• *' Cei*. 

tenniai Ifntert Church on IV» 4. 
14 t at 1 a m 


COACH UNKS MYbTTRY TRIP 
See differer' bea.iii- e»'h 

Aunlk' fltop |>'i >•* ,« * fun' 

leave lerm.nai I pm, •Kirn » I" 
Artul'4 It '0 rhi Iren 7A i-tl'7 


AH llTTlhO 


rXPIRIFXrKD nJRNfTURR MAN 
• »niert, talarv pt-ia '•.min.--.nn Ap- 
pi4 oin.it JO am on* Nu i’b.'n* 
'* • pletae lren» * F'lmi'ure 
i'l '»» flora ihf Ba* nn Dn-it'*a 


YOUNii MAN REOL'IRER WORK 
'nr ib-ee •ee(* 'ommea.-.ric Aep'. 
13 wu; d" a i.ng Prefer 
• learti Ph'.r.e 4-1110 


KETa ctrr ux'Ka t. 

art aciktnrt thari>entd 

Shop 1(2 t cjj, 


TWO CTRMASTKIIS ( 
Aro.il matter urten'iu 
pnnne J-ltt« 


^jolor Beoutv Solon 

(Opaiaira Ai>o«a K;eMf«i 1-0433 


HAREM BNTN 


AND ODD JOIW 
an* po a* iptia.iad 

4-44U 


VICTOR W CRANK 
WCeli iloik ieue.* . re|.4trt 

3'.*;*. . eel Pr-’mp' »ef»i-e ramp- 
hell iiuildinc Su"'- R (0J« 

DmivU* Sirer' 1-0130 

A BOOX-LOVKRB DOWNFALL IS 

, . ... .ni •• *1.- 

THR HAt'NTKD BOOKSHOP 
I4\ Furl l»lrerl J-H37 

PVR CQATB CrMUOMFri f‘f> 
repaired by e*r>erta Virtarta Fura 
Ud *31 Fan -■>! Phone 1 IIJi 


I awhn A>u LAKIIhha 


11 C O.MEVG EVENTS 


UNDEn-URAiniAVI lift J'BACTl 
' al n-ira*. hnu-i 7 am tin 6< 
Mary t I'liorr liiand Hllh**' , 
Ltna:..rd 

Wanted immf.diatki.y ix- 

K natued •eltre'k. .lay «:>ik 

*lie'ii0on4 nil I'yrmanent 
• 'irk Apply S S Rreeaa f'-J 

I'HOCOIATK UlPPEIi WA.S’lt.U 
pari-time Siaie rii.erieii'1- and 
tin.,'1 •*(r Boa 714 V.Murta 

Pre»a 

KIND Wt/MAN TO I.OOK AFftR 
iwn rhiiii'en MoUie' *'<*k.r<r 
t (- in ihre'-roofii rule 3-043* 

HUHHF-RfCFPTIONlKT FOR onC- 
lor • nffl.e A'*ie urevimi* eauari- 
•net and .atai* reouiirn On* jnja 
Virtoria Freiik 

WOMAN FOR OKTfKTIAL KOOA*- 

• o’* Li't m •’,< ntteci. 

8 rtney P^.-re Ji: X 

.A-.IED yXPCUJENtTf) FOUN- 
lain I rl Apply in pejxdi It'.ifdtT 
Dbir.a B'li’d.ni cateierli 

KXPtRIENCTD PASTRY AND 


ORtVKR FOR MILK TRUCK POR 
«frk-rnd and boUdav reiiei Rnuie 
tiara in (Tnhnle llill are* earn 
miir.ing ftnuhet there ea n e.e- 
ninv A'.i»l* Bny 77* V.rtoria Pi' i 


WANTED— 
FKM.ALE HELP 


LOKO PJirARLlBHbU UHL 
tf«n taiyiie .andtraping r« 
mtmieiian • l.**o •pri.tiL 

ptiiiriced pirp. |i:»r*( priiei 
nf irmutry Barter j-il,; 
3. 3-0J3J 

scirNiinc PHUNiNii” a 

. »f I .ue I.gi- i-rr* 

■ ••Ud. Chain lau chamuai 
ini aruci f.Axtn oreoa 
J 107a • '.-,*1 .1', \ (jj,, , 


VirrORLA BURNS CLUB 


Operunc merliiic ol Ihc Vii'ur * 
Burn* Club •ill ba held on Tur*- 
iitv avrnint ir> ihe Oran*. lU). 
73* Cojrtnry at 0 p m for 
I.ir 1 *j 3-34 tea. .:: ....e l -penar. 

I *PI C R Wi,-..ii i;i:.| «>'/.4l« 

• ill render •iiilaue i.'tmbera Me- 
fr'.iin-rn'- •i|.pe .erned at ih* 
.... e of th* mer.ing 

COACH MHS8 MVSTBUY TRIPS 
f'r dlffrrrnt becj-y tpiUt ea. a 
HuhiJa> Slop fnr ua li • FUN' 
Lcavr terminal 3pm reiurn 3M 
Adu.U 3130 (hlirtn 73c 3-1177 

BQUAHEA N KOUNOB F<'R DANC 
IPf (eel. Setua and Bell** com- 
raenclnt Wednesday. September 14. 

• pm Caupl** nalromed YWCA. 
3-11*4 


h KEE-l.FlXMMAN The enjtre 


CARPtMTIH NOW AVAlLABi B 
fd' 0.11] l >b. S 01(9 

OARBAOB RIMOr&U REA.nOH* 
able Fnitn* day or ni'h*. 1 ejtj 


t iraneih di .rb’e* .'f 'fr anil 
Mr. r n M'Kee UHO Bullef 
S' ti Air W-,.;p.ln Plr'r.ier 
Lri'hma.i rl M' »i.l Mr. 

C. f le.ahmt’ Tornni.i Oiu 
*tre vfirtinK *i I ’•'* pla>e in 

th# Mrlropn'itar. tlml'-l I'Sgrrh 
S*’-i>d*. <1. t *<:i *1 I a m 


xxrrniENCcn srsHooRAFintR 
fur rea.-e.iaf* 'iffi.e Onrwl knn* • 
e.iee ef tire inturanr* and uatK 
kuu*>edEe -.f bsokterpint »'k*iii‘*I 

C.mgeinal •ntkin* r«nd.iia4i* and 


PVLL-nMB WAfTtR WANTBO 

i'l ■ • •ned .... r .1 r » . . nan 

prrleired Ap;l.ean(< ihrtuiif el«e 
dei»il» of pa»l eiperienc*. marital 
•t->i.n Appii Boa 1*9 VU-nna 


OLD COUNTRY PAINTER FOR ALL 

»uur paiiii 4 -IIJ 

CAHPESTr.ll WANI-, WORK 
(re.ue (ifi.ii, pia.r i ». I-Sj-is 

not PF PAINIIVO RTUAHJ?. 
I'll u.ir* is- dally tale. 3-331*4 

WANTED - PART-TUfy WORK IN 
ku'ratctuinc Pm-ne 3-*dt3 

FOR OAHUKNINU CALL 3 |7Jt 


n'NKHAl.S 


ii'tien It xiiiabie *pptr la M* 
>rr Cl We«<*iB Hume*. Ltd, Oil 
kiei Sirret 


NOW YOU CAN orr bkautiful 
earlier rablnex at FWny'i A'lt'que 
R*n>'r Shna Oik Carmurini Air*«t 

WANTEO FOUR-PtFCK ORCHPN- 
u* fnr Nrv Year 1 Kv* dance Boi 
in vici-...ia Fratt 


I ,n'-. ear.l.ei (n' >he !#'* 
S*m.iel W“MlI*aer of 94* Celir 
Mm Hr! U'fe he'1 frim ai-mt 
M'.'i.iar. Chine: nf ('li'mM, 

on Tueirttv Sept 0 I**'.*- 1'ey 

Ctno" Jull efftriaird Th* '-.lo 
n-Hl Be With Vau Till W* Mrei 
Aaaln a~rt <h* hymn Whtt a 
Ffertl We have In Je*ut ae-e 
rendered Tlie f'llla^’ieg tenil*- 
-e I ac ert •« pai'Aft-er. Me.*'* 
Olinert Rraan Rn. Irvoe. nnirti* 
«r Ci'iird r.enrge 

kleMnr'an and Oan't* Rutaai' 


YOUNO MA.N FOR WHOLEAMJf 
• 4'ri '.I.- 4) .'Our *e*4 h.a e 

at* ki>4 cipat.enc*. if aa| Roa 70*. 
V . . i4 Pre*c 

WANTED SRLIABIJ? SXRVJCI 
ttaenp ailenifani. rapable nf *11 
- of *urK But lOJT Ti'tiiri* 
Prr.« 


K'-n Vantierr'ide, J-7a7l 


ta.-eme. • 0* ^rl- »;,ie* da 
r'"em*r» May I-. Mr Ra" «n 
F7»in ley nf Vaii.nu**' *nn af 
Jfr and Mr< O Stfyen* *1 

s»i'i:» 


YOUNO WOMAN FOR U3NKRAL 
hau.eaark *n>i thlid «art i’> ."m- 
pleieir mndrrn name in Partland 
Or* Room and Oath, ivo •**•* 
paid »a aiiar. day and half • 

• erk *f; 373 per mmih (tanmi 

• «|r, Irantp'irlalipn •'! be tr. 
ranted PItar* btiir Rot Ml Vi' 
inria Prew 


BtLKX FEPIACBUKHTB 
Raoair* 

corrtB SHOP off hbc 

FUR RKPAlR 8KR vicK~ RnioCM 
etina and repair* Call and deiiear 
^iil 3*S Baach ^*_* 3*3130 

WHAT IS YOTTR FORTUNII 
Fnd aul rmm Madam Aitro. 
Ca'ra Ceffe* Snap eponaiia HBC 


YOUNO MAN FOR WHOLtSAI.I 
• arrh-yj*' land oppor-uniir Apply 
A.idr. • Sbeiri Lir! 

Pl.N simRS FOR BOWTINO 
allevt Apply Sectalar. Mantfer. 
N*»al Vei'rani- joy Briad Street 

BOY OUT OP SCHOOL OR YOUNO 
man In mndern fond ynarkr' Fhon* 


Vhiirk. Clean, leliablo Plr**.eieka 
nurimantnip Thirty year*' aapa- 
ffrm e It pa iired. 

MAY I SB OF B3.RVICB TO roo? 
... r*»»npaij;# rtiiabia 

l-dTII 

and patnief 


18 SITr.ATIONS 
W.A.VrE;>— FI.M.AI.E 


Wn.BY-KMKflY M' »nd Mrr 
Kerf* A WTih, lJ7t Wa r .• «• 
ann'iunee th* en|*3rnirnl of 

• hei' rttuyiiter D"teen J«*n 1* 
Rihard Marlin Bmer. airte.t 
k'n 'll F-iier- M Bfper.. C"!- 

• "d Tlie •edrtini «iil i«v* 

pa’* (V* 7 l*‘y •• ^ -.'•'.e* 

a- i.ie Seim-'n* At'-’.* I'.-tel 
Tn iTh Ret T I. W 1-an ♦ »y 


ANNUAL MFElBUtSHIP TEA OF 
taka HU] CWL nn Wadne^rtai 

# ■ If 14 » I d >1 i«mr 

af Mt* A J Oilbtri. 11)1 Bteniir.- 

• 1-1 rtnad 


:i*an iMt rasw-.r.abi* 

rOkiMV KAIIKSB 
Pa^rb^imo •Ae'iaiiii 

HOOP ROOMS FAFERirr PAtNT> 
Inc, nruah nr ■pit?. *(urco •aier» 
Pranfed Fraa **um«wt t-3kjl. 
D Smyth* 

C t LONOUAN nicORATO^ 
painimi. iprayi» nape'bantmd. 
Fie# aatimataa iSjnna 1-3IH 

KXfrSfEXUtO PAISTIR W'ANIR 
;'b» f'haliea mi..1erel» »a 
' nn ftiara ,tred D': r’ 3 M< • 

33 ROOM UP PAPFHMANOINr), 
ptmt.ni ft SBti.Iei >ii.., luaran* 
lead 3 4743. Krai I9»L 

OHSOilB FAINT WA.SIRNO DIfer 
K.irhao* oathroonti *|c 31 yrara* 
eiparlenc* Pbaoa 4-403I Enimaiea 

J-T:.‘0-FALNriNU OLCOHAriMA 
naparhangi- ■ pia«ier patrhini 


• WMt’HPoAlUJ 


OPERA I OR 

re * . I ' tn ■ mb irar- e 
’ n. ♦ ft r.,en' •f»tiue»t 
Vii'loii* Pr#»« 

ALL rYFFB OP ftOORT YXI 
•y -r-ned aaiert pn.i po.'tati 
m*r*iin* Hanift auy *p* 

Oregk I aaiaii.itoao .im < 

Rkf l.VkCi UlDliI E Ai.Dl 


ft CARDS OF THANKS 


APFLlCATIi'hS W ILL BE CONSID- 
er*d fo; poai’irtp vKh Red ( i’*' 
Horn* Emertenrv Seivre n*i.'. 
• 9t4 N-HitehAld *ki.'« and etiirn- 
.- ’r * *h rhUdien e.*er’ * A|* 

p'rfrraolv nnt nver •• a,.,-..: In4« 

ror A*, u-.nda se..< il le'veeyi 
>1 a rt. and 11 nnnn rr 1 i l and 
3 10 1 m 


VI DOO FAhClCR-N CHAMPION- 
this Bhob*. Cuttipi Rink &cpi 
-1 "> ,.1'O'rifmn M • F Wefib 
Pr.’m* *-3STl Admii'ion Vk 

ST JOHN'S LAHIES OUltO WIU. 

•et .1 ir '. -1 T jCii- ii# 
Mnnday aliern ina al 3 14 p m 

PARADE OP BANIiS-CRYlfTAL 

..a-.f'i 4 llal 


We with to ettend mir heatlfe.L 
ar..! ippreriaiinn frr ' '••• 
•r’« nf kit<rtne(« rn'reacer nf 
- rrj-h-. aei Mrn.i n' 

fe’ IH' 'e.-enert trnm r.ur 'n»-'» 
•-le-n. I I nur .*1 h«fe»*emen* In 
•lie 1 >» n' nur helnyert hU'hf-1 
f*ih»r *".| iraiwife.’ier fame' 
” nne ppe. al lb*nli« 'a Satnlrb 
* ..J detjer'feef;' fir 

P : 'la.' iii«r«e. and »t#ff uf 'hd 
Ra'tt J.imlea Un p’t. end B«v 
f'li.r-n Jult Mr« In Plnrte and 
famiir 


BF'.lUNrRR PNROfJ, NOW FrtR 

A'-.i'-a Di”'- *n *I r'-i*nrt Ok' ' -'C 


Bn* mil Vl'lnri* Pre-« 

RAllYSnrFR (mm 4 *ni 9 f'nm 
M'-nray to Pridai even ; ••#!(• 
In Vi' Wevt difrkl J OUl 

wont) MRS PEIKnAON WHO 
railed 3-B047 ..n Frida> plea*' > 1 

aae n 

HOI PKKKP.PEK FOR Rl DEIIt.V 
lady mu'i loe 11. 'smr r .1 .i-.« 
rare Bo« 1034 Vlr’-.r,* Pre.« 


MAN WITH WlAT-CCTTINn fX- 
perirn.r (or laeket plant «ork 
Apply B Wil.nn Co S10 Herald S' 

PIN-SETTERS CALL 'IFFU'E CLERK POR LAV’S- 

' ir o#ri tme Oi'. -n* Bania* d’» an-l di » -• .'aomt ;>lapl A;.- 
•’"me 914 Ya'ei nl''»n«« ?-T’!trlnj era,. .) 

* Mr tee Nr* Me'nnd t.a'iodrie* 

PERSONAL Valet to sicmi-ik- i •: o*! pa>t s- 

eie’fiint' ' Phnn* 7.JSOO *"*' EXI-EKIKi-’CCO rTTNiJORAPHTR 

Inr perma >eni paniiao •lU. I -el 
I’- I (L' llNT .’APNBI" MNN prnre*tiM>«i lirra Bnie il trce el 

f’>* leifila dv* hu.ita aoik 4-D.OI uC. ' U.» i p* 9.,«d Dplt' and 

I.. ’• » A<NiaD .'J.. I'V ■ *'•'* •U.eneii* |n bnukkeepin^ 

I',. -. »*ui ‘ "• Ot'®'*"’ lA'P Salary 

III a'- •'--■ar-. •i*h etporler.e a d 
RKTlRFO fAlIPFSTT" 'DR t OR '''V •mpiuira be'ief.t* Telyph'iof 
' J >• * Id ’he «}9r>* 3 Jill * *714 


J COOFKR SUITB 11 033 FORT 
St Tallarinc. aKaraUnn* repa'rt 
ladiat' tant*' tarmani* 3-40B3 


MAimfAGES 


KSOOR-HAMMORO Th* marriaie 


OFFN KVININOS PFKFECT Ftn- 
manan’a (ik I'arUru'ar oenpla 
Hilda Reauty Bhnp 1-4713 


HuMkSTY.ADKRS O L O • T I M B 
danra Saturday Virlarla Ballroom 


nf <h» iB'e Mr i'm| Mri Jnnn 
H.- 1 • 1 .1 4' ■ I4 e' • in 

nf Mr* Reiiha C Bn.nr and Ih* 
D M MR Bn..-- Th* .-ere. 


SFNI.iu MHIH SCHOOL <rn»r>rNT 
• liftrl Bjra •e-i-and: ek..eii*,. 


TYRBBLLR BEAITTV SALON 
Odf f'n'irtoay Street Fhane 3-0011 

Tilt BOi*K ExFhaNOK 
OU’wfra at Fa'.'iuta *r <1 111 Cook Rt 

fJI I.UXE BEAUTY SAI.ON. 
Marlon Krrwii J-I.Krt i.fn Dn"* .. 


BINGO -8PM 

Fvery nlyhl, alia ohUL ■ p m 
tnra Wbl't and Srid** l*’7 
• •iimrtii St ' *'J1 


l.lflllT HOUSEWORK O TO | < >R 
prrlrra!..r 10 i>< 3 I'lnrh pib'ld«>l 
Ff> nna 111 V.‘ I" I* 

rXFFlIILSi FO CL»AMN«l WOM- 
*M (nnd U'lner tai.e •f (,« Ki:« 
flearte Tenaer Pi.nn* 

WANTKD RnUSIX IIOU'^FKEFP- 
er 1 1.' eu >. 1 le m Call 


12 LOST AND FOFNU 


<»<X»D CARE, BY J>AY Foil 
a hurt It. m> h-r re Ml T'.lm e 
*re< 7lfr{ 

CM'Alll.r LAOV ’.MLL lAKE FUU 
■ nar*' »r Ir.rti' 4 n* a re- inlni;: ■ 

e-ek n..« V.fi.iria I’lri* 

RkMX*,. A.SD KEUARLC 1AI» 


DEATHS 


mOMEBl CAAli I'RlfF' PAID 
far ennd jae.1 rl.iimnq j-uaii 


W(rU1 l> PARTY WHO POUND 

S’, i : in .*:,:* -'i.»i. a 1 

». ’• uh I'*' II*’ llic'.'s I •' 


B'"'i.KfH *■ f--.'efi'e, l.-iO 

p-r'qie'.l H- «.l in Sepieniee- A 

|*v •rrir,.',*' Henrr Rroeker, 

* "1 Ft lear. f,.rmetlT '(*4 
t »ri# u-rre' k t'.trner re'lrlen* 
nf wmsipee Man He l» •ur- 

• ue.t ny i>!. ».'» AH'e luh* 
nn» .na Sidney llanry Sronier 
ati-i * •tin<‘d*U9li'*r W’<4 May 
HfM-ker bo'll nt Vl'lnn* The 
!*'* Mr Rruyker •>> * member 
nf M»r>*l»Mon l.n'f** Nn 0< 
A P A A M 

r^'Beril mrv' ». 'rnm 'f-l'.ll 
Urn* Pioral FVniral Chanel* on 
T* deni 14 a' I 14 n m 


CLARK * PACnaON 

p"tlr.e«« 3 1413 « Ret 


> *( I I'haplin'* I 
W H.-lr.-»n 
A X R.rier, Sr 


no AND OP-ROOMB PAINdll 
aad Mpartd Qu.cl **'*ioa I-J77L 


l.irtl RY FAIRFIELD FIHI A 
. ■ p yh.ip ia*l da'ii'dai nihlier 
• •rh red r-*hi-. aitrt t—l 
in".ie-l ja.kei. (b|id i MrtMa* toy 
> ««*e 

LTRIT HOLD BRACKLTT SET 
■».' i pearu Frirt#- i- r’-- • -e-- 

'ti«t abava Blaritharq Phr/i* 


SPECIAL 

ANNOUNCEMENT 


PUUTf) ENOBAVlhO 


YOONO WOMAN r'U.V EXPEPl- 
anreq in ■todariaa f-.r -PdeorndriU 
I-Kvi "••*•’ rtei'f.i'irni H iulMd 
Bot 1011. Vulor a Prea* 


Th* (amilr nf itie ,*»* S'Altel 
Whii'aker take th.4 upporf'inity 
tn thank their many fntnda *''d 
te'.eilve. fot lhair k:ii'I e*pre»- 
• inn* of aYmnalh* and finrai 'eK' 
n.->*« M*-t ib*T k« In Rey Camn 
Jull the okll'yearer* Be*"' a M«f- 
''lare dn..n*a and nuroea 


PHACnCAI. NURSE FOH NIOIfT f*'-f*.e H,t 1010 Vlr'n*!* Fr. . 

iee;i;'’ tiuY »»» hay PDR CHUO 

• eeki* • itai , Eaviimail 

rEPrnfKNCFD STKHnoriAPHER bf'b B''« 771, V.-tom pi»t 
Good •oikie>< «iniU(i«n* fiy*-4ay' 

• eek Phone 3-0111 | 

OLD ('OUPl.E NKrn RBLIAnLB 
aldatly lady iifhi du'ie* deep m 
•-i04t 


PHirro c.NOfuviNo 
SAif-Tab* L'ha and CuN* Bi.trMino 
Cotnmrrlal Art 

URANO bnoravcra 

*40 Pambr'ike jun b*|o* Doutiaa 
Phan* J-AUi 


BUS DRIVERS 


"I ertiplaymanl oitb fuar 
• alar, lend •nrkint ton 
etteiikive vaifara pUe 
petUiHd. e'r 1 


SmT 12 MRS PP A SEW RFP- 
ra*aniaii(* aamad 111 in le«* fhan 
■9 .11.- '( ».ir> Ane ».*’ to-i 

live ym. may Oo *4 veil p.%: 'r 

l - ’ -.1 |.. 1; M.iirs A 

COSMETH^ CO 171 S' t.'*-’-- 
<■ - ' a. D< r- a M'.n' e •' 


SEE THE 

1956 WESTiNGHOUSc 


UldT. FRIDAY EVCMNO SMALL 
• I. . bn* . <nt4lii.n« Korea aar 

•r. ,».v »-ei Fir'lef 

p‘i.. ' • *4(4 nr . 44"l 


IN MFMORIAM 


Ouolificotions 


UIDDLS AOEI) 1 AOY ORaiRrS ' STUCCO PLABTERINU ANfl 
hr '.wkeeplni, airteri- fe’,-|<mait CU'ea pklni'i.t J llammnn 3-213*. 


t'lK.FNT' HABY dlTTEVt HOUSF 
Inr arirk-ns fr,..’Fer Fd" 
'i: ;r» 4 I7i4 a.’ie- ' p — 

W. \'AN t... I'kVIf*'. .inU.K m 


CtXJPER’E THAfTOR SBPVtr E— 
FUitq'aHra ato»ii| 'll*,,..* .eyel. 
iii< b* kfiliipq mi.«ii.B • 2 113 

S.IKM . IHA-*(\)K "FP’ lt l h.i. 


TV COLOR 
SHOWING 


ON MtnUOAN »T 


WAmYO FXPF*MFhrFD MAlll 
•ti#«»et Flm. . 7JI V*t»' 

FUR DHERS SHOP EXPEHIEHCEI) 
lady lor aiieralioa* 3-0473 


» XPERIENr-fD, 


fBD V.tiMFN «iP OOOD AP 
iiire and ea'i'e’liitl in q.iel-fy 
' cin ' • » oi.rv II 'I'e 
'he *h.'.«e q>ia .Ifi'aUnni need 

P>" appoi'iirntn*. pliant 


V*-'*t.|,ANK rRACTf/K 3?* 

Pinoini •a.kmimg. poil ooiaa 

RffTf/TILLfh.. WOO. ENTER NAf 

fiiv t*<* 4 ;)0' 


I I ■ 111. I."> n? dnm'rr-I... I 

R I* in.'e p i» *'..1 Amy 

Tienhr sf Aar.* U.mirt I'al 
*".| M*. Ht’lie Wa'.<in <if Re- 
*"•■ Sa»« The a e M' 11* I. - 
dktiMiiii ;r< Wineiipef Man, a< ■! 
i,.(T>e ... V''i.,Tii M ie«r» *4". 
fn.indino 'h* Vi''''tl* bf# :'h Of 
t)e-iby Bi'.y A Cu Me • .« * 

member "f ;be Ki"r lliiam 
I'hite AP k AM Hetlna 

F i"e'*l •f-ii.«»n.e - • il be iij. 

n inred Itif At Tie TTi'-m">n 

II '■ ral Hume Nn ’.avert h* rr- 

i*.i iWinnitwa Re«.n* and Vaa- 


JURY Ir. . nf R. ', 

J*‘i* ).|" vhn pa '.d **«. 

SeB’err.i.er II U'! 
t>.uiid and k.ii I >11 a., he’ •*>- 
Up l:’i' ai'd J»" '•> 'he end 

he' day* 

Bill' ere aii-i It re la her he**' 

• I’d oiinrl. 

De>. <fui niemnriet tiie 1'ft be- 
hind 

■ Fyei rememhered bv her i*ylO| 
(luiband John eii.l ftmii' 

WISHART - Who p*Med *VBT Sept 
10 1041 

rinn* • the f*'ew«:.:ied''>netr. 


LOST- PAIR UP Ijt-ASSPB Bt 

t'val* dtik rim« •lih t'hf 

Beiteen S’fBihrn"* and Empeat. 
h ue'y Re«ard 0 I04V 

li)«T -- OOLP BRACELET SET 

• ith pearly Fodar on Fort s> 
lull abpy* Blanabard Phan* 1-440A 

1 OST rtost I AHD1C1AN, VUTN- 
■ T Mnnletey Ctf* and uiller nna 

• 100 


SUNDAY 

SEPT 11 


tkfry nSSIRPS »• ASMIN'I DIAR. 
a* *e iropmi ] t*4« 

llOUSEdi.'MK WAhriD ONP DAY 
• •ekiy fiini a r.*nin|y 7-1340 

8EW1NU AND ALTFRAiruNS 
im Burden Mr* M Ophvim 

ixi'kl'lr'-cyii sonKKrvPBR. 
(ypint raonirv* pti«:tion 3'*4*4 


RELIABLE CHUi) CARS MT 
horn* Apply 414 Dal’.m 


I3.\ SALESMEN snd 
AGENTS WANTED 

FIIKE MACIC MONKT MARINO 


BHINOI y A TPAf.-rOR 

plvrvir.g, uartrtr vprk 


SEri<rTASV RFMU1RED POR 
larye I'val oftue naa' *er<ir*ia 
• hurthand arid typing letal eapy 
r ene* preferred •’vul •orkllta run- 
.t.tione fi*e-d*y •*ek, pep«i,.n tU 
Uii-i'-e J 4”7 toe appoinone..* 


i.Allf.r.NR ROTUl ILl-EU, A HAH' 


Morninqs. ^12 55 to 1 55 
Atternoon. 4 30 to 6 30 


CREDIT 


^Ft.LI0BfNO aim HBATINU 

FAUt IN a pli/Aino * rbatinS 
Repair*. rampdvLtika 1231 Owavoe 
meni ny 4.1443 

EMPIHB'flUMBXNo' (I REATlNd 

CumracK r-Piia .PO KMiai Ka*4. 


(uur BUDniR iXMtT saanu'm 

An were to name of rummy a 1040 
ikil Diamond 

I' -I niHtr M'Jntm - ulo 

P>':r' PUB female near Kudaun * 
f 1 Co 4 }f4i anyroe 

LOOT cmLDS BURBYR OOl.l 
h*'.«efn fairtield Rd *n1 BIk la** 
3-709 

t.D*T SMAM BLAUN OOO PART 
ranker iptnial 'o Ovrie dl« r’-" 
Po- '.* 1- 1 132 Reaar-1 

IjDBT on nONZALSB BUS WAI • 
let. •Ith lateh k*r a>id •mal. .j.!’ 
If mnney 4-3J47 


19 BL'StNRSH sr.RVlCRS 


> .(AIIIFR r.jR lAKf.E TlXiIf M*H- 
E Ff iFi? 14'. -.1 440 

«.-> t ilr.,e>..'iM ■ eo ** .et'er-e 

a' ■ at. : A'nyfe <r •elf-tupput I • 

• < f •» . 4..D • »i "> Sni 


Lorqt notional retail 
oroonizotion in Nonomno 
requires person tully 
evrwr.cnced m cptlection. 
inte'vicwinq ond allied 
work tor cred't 
dooorfment 

FuM cmalovee benetir*. 

Solory commensufote i 
with experience ' 


and (hop •.Ino'al a rent nf ro*t 
P ill If .oar* ti- 11- . 

making plan mate* 11 ta-- -t ya n 

1 4|j -r tit W . U't-i 

1*1. Douglat Taiionni PO fL’i 
)7. Mnn - eai q le 

RIO CASH COMM1BRIONB AND 
free luili arv rmir* far **ilmg 

■ 11 •o«t) tailorad-lo-meaiart rtathe* 
fnr tnanufariuflnc roncHia* *i(h 
• •il-kn'»«o reoutatloii for very 
gnnd yaluet Pull ar r»ati-iima Ei - 
t>erlenre nM s*r**k*r- Writ* im- 
mertiatalr tar lar«e frav money 
Riakint aamn'e nvlfi' Oreal aopnr- 
1‘iPMe Pvnvyri Tailnflnt C« . 
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FIIFEN'B RCHOOI. OP nAdCINry, 
ballet, lap Mion Ratry *!*•* Ra • 
room 141 Briiuintnn fte* I ajil 

At'AnmV RALLROOM DATtriNO 
*Pri*a*a leaanni daily Claiata 
3-1343 lOlt t 1 «i*i*»*i* 

n tvf.L 

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“'rone dry wood BPElTAtn 

1 lena-|i*ded bnnr-dr* redai ■•rrk« 
and ilao* ll inch aaralleni ! r 

3 indlint 

I evr«l - •• 

3 card* no OB 

All* bane-dry Hr blork* and * 1 * 0 . 
aax.lutaty ataan 

1 aard . <3 bt 

1 ford* 41 * rt 

I IkkI CAPITAL rUfL CO 3 -lk»l 


"FeAL bone dry FIR’ 

2 cords $15 00 ' 

IMMFDIAT? DPt.lVFpy 

COLWOOD FUEL 

Da* 1 «»iJ Niahl 4 -Wll 

SOOKE FIR WOOD 

Dry and Rart 8 la’>* and Rl’ieti 
3 * * <-■•*•11 ... . 1 1 1 bO 

1 tofdt tiJOd 

IM*. Dnr FIR Miiunroon 
l cord .. .. .. M 41 b *M. 
Fir Ra* ■ '* b* Bi-'*er ane 
R'.'k 

EMPIRE FUEL LIMITED 

113 Panddra Aie I-IO* ar BJiote 

34 r 

BONE DRY FIR' 

m* AMI* MANiii.y yorn 

WINTBRB WOOD IWC uN TMKr* 

I ILklkb 

1 «m annd 'i*> been p.,»i it. nur 
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dry 

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t . 1 * 44 in 3 • ,|> • I S M 

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D». t MU i-’>ll, 

FREE DRY CEDAR 
. WOOD 

CARTAfTO CHAROW ONLY 
In.iile bl'.ii- -nli-d •■'h «Uih* 
in 11 ' lena'h* Handpiried id 
eilmlna'e a.' •a*d>l«' and r'lhbl.n 
Fnr IB me.iia'e dei'tan phan* 
tMPHFM FVri 3 1311 
Nnta Thi* offer i**t tnr 3 dayt 
nni* 

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Run* tiei 13 ' All F.r 


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11 *. 4 1 <*li Ni*h* 

100% Fir Sawdust 


A touqh wcarina lou'd 
fin-sh for wood and con* 
ciete floors Docs not 
fcauire washinq 

Gallons $6 25 

Quorts $ I 96 

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Supplies ot 

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LIMITED 
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2 9181 

SIDNEY 

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SPECIALS 

ll* A r DMe-l Pire 

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Blien.p* 13 ' l'*i H 

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LUMBER CO LTD. 

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NOW 

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Common Noils 

AU .ire. A nev ebipment n| |»np<il*i 
I'Aaiuh nail- .»rnna i*'i*» 4 h*nk« 
diamond head •tH n*i<* Ainra 
niiia per ke* im* 

AT WHOt».RAl.P PRtCSB . 

Gvproc Loth 

N'»v aratlahle lar alt *nur need* 
F*.' rtelixerr nr pr-impi kianina *t , 
n'lr plan' Relall (irle* enli p';,. 
tOOd feel Ik] 00 

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Niand^fil ore eheel* 71 ' < ^ 

R|a. k annea'ed fnr neither prn<a>-; 
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lnsulote*No>y | 

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brand* - 

Fnnniilr Inntertll prr (>*i It Ad 

Ov’irnr Ihlr* vnnl Tr ad (I 

rar'nn 3 < 33 ' 

|einrp-la*« mil blankeia 
13 *«i (i 3 » 3 > 

Fa«< *ame day delivery 

R«V»r roATlSGR 
W FATHFRUTTUr 
CAULKtNO COMPOl'ND 

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Itetaann pa'iern •auara . 31 •• 

hiuare but'*. viuar* 33 03 

Did You Know 


Phnn* t*i: 3 l 
111 OOROt RD 


IJ lie gerai* comp.aia lUikO 

I Soonich Lumber Yards 

I OFUi ALL DAT BAlGKDAt 
I “Ffam rtMutar Id You' 

1341 Doua.aa Bt 3-3033 aval A- 3 M 3 

INTERLOCKING METAL 
WEATHER STRIPS 

FOR ALL rVPEB t)F 
WI.SDOWB A.NU CIGORB 

B T. LEIGH 

YtnatlAii Bltfldo 

>13 Nav:-nri 3 - 9 <a 3 

Maim Weamarairianlna 

B < I.OTHIM'a, l-TU^ 
siioKs. 

COATR RUITB DhF.'.lim MATR 
ahnr* nlhet nddmriv- ■' jiB* , 
ri.iHiin* hue t.‘ •« 14 Very 

leaMinable 07 Cnnk B< 


4143 kO RpLlAPi r TV UADlO nFPAiRR 

^ H h KITTIIINU iP K llADm' 


V lev Rural 


28K Bl( Vri.KS anil 
iH^i, .SIOTORIVCLKS 

tIkO — — 

iter TO ib'HOClL ON timk 
W' rh * oflhular BAA Ramam. 
itsirr Hrre « in* aiaiMiai |,m*(Uled aav 
■ iiMlui tB an ihetr Th* Ramam la t*(r, 
imrni* ernnnn>ti‘*l ea>r In bandla. A«k 
abrui i...r *M* pay piao era* 
in.triarli'Jni 

l.^r imOOKl.ANDB fcOOTOBTYCIB 

AALWt AND BRRVICK UMITEft. 
l••nIl• Kij port Biraei Vieiani 1 -ktM. 

I 343 AAA OOLDBN ~nAAH. 
i! . ’*■''’ ‘‘*’*3 hp paied 

aiirr- inaa* un hard rtain*. no anideci*., 
-ujii hmarn halm Imki >ik* 
ION 1 IM (tii'iV nna nan#., Mu *4 

i Vie -ren la bf apprerialrd I>> 1 * 
.... * 1 *. -«Mi* Buy. likb ijj* Quadra, 

i-.'ia*. 

’'modilian ^ RFrONDmONFD lll- 
■ *• le* i*r«r an. a i« rlcoo** from - 
le'in* arraiifen 

RIX nOBINBONS 

) Vie* 1 * 0 . Rrnad S' 3 l.'ll 

Hlt-YlTk* niKKB APIFDB taf kR 
PAIRK ItreA 31 33 - niv 'unt* tbc. 

UK)' B'ke* ail tiiaa Rapatrtna vhna 
3 I 0 T 3 rau van Aarontao a 333 Jobn*na. 


c\AKl»**T BfUROY 


l>aft' and rai- > - 
rauie A.'i <-*330 


lopa tar p*i>*r 


HOOD SOHDiRlMMi PIANn AND THKEF -hPCF.D RAt.XtGH .CAP- 
i--'t. li.f • • « 3 .i 0 . (a>ie. 310 rtei nra Uiat. trnerainr 310 . 


nALDWLN UPKtOIlT AND URAND 

p.a-'iH Haidam oraaii- Aavni. 

oe.rr. 1 * W.Ui' 30 # Cdiirinre 3 * 41 t'J j 

GOOD IMA.V't FOR RKVT, IT PER I 
mn. ;. pufch*.* liter U daaiiad. I 
»e i apt' ie i-nji* 


rtia NONrON, t 00 .ee KXCKL- 
■am rpiidiiinn. new lire*, fjin er‘ 
tiearrti n(frt 3-1341 

RHiriau BirriLK bpctiaujitb 
RAUCS - 0 IAVICX - RCNTAU 3 
Orel tea* Cvrlai. 834 Pltiard 3-0319 


NOtlDKKIMFn MOOFflN RPlNn lirvTB RlCVCl.r AR New 
I'l' <#,» 3 -B< 4 A epard ftann brake* d.*aa-hut 

-I • tl A /*■. wvAU- Phopa 5-3144 


BUILDERS SASH & DOOR 

to 10 vaata. 


' S' Inn 

31 aiiti 


MAHOGANY DOORS 

lad 4 ia«li M~.* - 14 


,u , l-<a4 4 ia«li ...... 

m t.iO(3-S — 

14 3-«*«-3 

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|3 M 1 3 - 3««*0 — 

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1 3 -t**a-Sii‘« 

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14 Bl 

3 * vk 

— 34 3 k 
37 Ik 


WKSTCHN ClikTMINtt 
Tallarinf an premiv* fyi.m rnny 
d«n food. 1003 Oeuala* Biraei 
Bhnnv 4-1311 

Tl'XmO noORI » RBEAATm 


.13 tlA!«A HOllNFR Ml OK NEAK- 
e<l 'iller Phi'iia 4 - 1 I 44 

WU.UF PlASiJ liiR RALE lllk 
Term* 31 B per i '0343 

t'PIlK.Hr'ltBAKD "piano" IN 
am*(l cmdiiloi, ottie tn 3 -b>M 

nnuKi.AY APAnrurNT AiZB ri' 

ai>o. banrh. mabciaatiy 137 k 3 - 4111 . 

h KLAl THUMPET AND CASr EX* 
leilpnt tonaiUon. tkO Plionr 3 -k 43 k 

IOVElY Tuns SuRDKtlUER 
p.aiia and banrh IJ 3 k 3 * 401 ) 


PGR RALF -BAA 3 M O C RTAR 
Tvin Vary rood coadiiiaa. 3)23 
3*1317 

42 41 HARIEY THFAP^TRANB- 
pnriaiioa Phnna 4 -Btll 

FOR BALK LADY 8 Cc"m' Bl- 
rvrle 4 tk l-t 7|1 

MAS A THRSE-BPEED CC M 371 
Phuna 3 -l 44 a 

AtJ 4 n(rr KRW. GtRLB l*aPtEO 
Ralflth hUirl* 3 - 48.54 


CLARINYT 
band 1-4101 


SCHOOL HARtKY-DAVIOBON 

3 -l 83 k 


CONDtnON 


— Ti'xmo nnoRi » RBEAATm 

*aia* ‘J*" “ *® .*'*#" KEWCOMBl PIANO, 133 # GOOD 

I 13 1 k “ire* draea ahifla fopdiilon 4 - 447 B 


GIRI. 4 I CCM Id' BfCYCLK. NEW 
cvndiUan? 1*0104 


..... 33 7 k s.a«M 

314 M '* a aaaa 

,.._. 3 II 3 # WANTYD OROnmY - BLUR I'A- 
. — - 31130 If'.. Hiahland paMern. elta }3 40 
4 1441 


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4 2334 


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HR 1 NTZMAN PIANO. OOOO CON* 
ditian. 3)#3 4-3371 


.. ^ MAHOGANY PLYWOOD 
SPECIAL 

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Kn 3 Grade .. .. 144 * 

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BUILDERS SASH & DOOR 

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m TO 13 - - - - - 

3 19 10 7 V 10 MN 8 141 AND 355 1-9041 


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•tra 10 Ru* • ib«i aita 3 1 3 I 4 A 

MOUTOS 1 X 1 NG FUR rOAT 14 

•nod ranrtitinn rravonahle 3-4314 

MAN A RtUT RIFE 40 17 kO 3-4741 

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• a' ''t'l'n* arid apiina 


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AND JOIN IKK 

SCHOOL 

BAND 


A 1 res’al paid mar ne app..ed an 
.-I'-fta-e haian aeaay term* Radi 
'I'P lor Aa h>v at tl par oiMth. 


flam r'jbbe* -»o a - ud 
'lr'«' *»a"iar «inp 
Ip-enn. lhte*hi>ld 

ISAItLATIOS 

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•d (I at 7 'III. a 
ir>n>i p-i'i'in* 40 u| it 
al 3 "1 '* 


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33 30 •*< 


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baa 11 10 


We ha.e m*' uninided and'her Ju*( •rrived id ad<l mn>* ** >a and r .naham rha.Ierfield \A/ADP\'C XAItCI/^ 

ar#e *b>pmen< at rn*ii*h *411 * 1 *»* rimvanianre tn your name iha e*»t ” "J ■"* " ’ ' WAKLe J AAlJjICe 

" 1 ' 4 •ft" * 'd in*t*ii. baautilui »ni«e enemeied ..... **-nii«i, ■ -^e«* 

ami all tha fimnt* Vmi vlll Ilka lerexed ahaa rark* ehrnme ea- ' ' * ri*m« eei/ee' I I IJ 

• he e*if* alar.d f.m*h on Ol-n*- p,„d*bi* Hnaai rod* *dj..*'abi* K ' 


MktAL FAAR 

We ba<e rampteia -me nf Rei-Dippad 
• >ii i-n .-.**h ' .nu.ati aco a 
an id iurtound 

>P >'8 a 'h evrt- n»d»' f"r a mm 
i '» e p me fi 4 »»d * 1*11 Rd'o-npr*- 
i-eii M*'ai Ra«h t re»n> inf npen- 
'•it* 3 «] and 3 tl *'i. ft* tuppi.ed 

ai'hdiit rr.al 

While Iher laet I 

Pt YWryOD llandt-Rl.e 
I **iai', *a,ii|eu eteh 43 v* 

.■e-iil.', 4»>'rte< r«rn »! 'i 

I'le* Aaxded ett,. *i ai 

laneda ,' Aan-led ^ earh >• '•I 

e'ia= ', Sanded eai n il 14 

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}t\ a* . p V 

Ma»'tSnttd earh I 43 

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aata ptpaa (.■•i* fnr eierniiy. 

Look Lumber Borqoios 

tN H »0 FOOT I OTA 

1(4 uiilHv ''mfue and geanva. 

Per M. Mil* 13*03 

3 « .»d !■ ' 1 '* V per M 

only tfOM 

1 * * 1 # pneeti Cedar elding. Sn ' 

trade per M 47 * be 

9 ai Drea«pd eedar per M IJO fN 

Man* Other Ilirtalnl 
Cnme and Are 


ahell -uppox* mill ahute* hiiilt-in 
ptrke*e lereivert and ■•'her in- 
UPj 'ereaitt i *e. raaorie* lof th* Hama 

Builder 

Re« ua fetr a r,>mplele lUi* Of 

Bitt.dinf Bupplie* 

13 * dg 

i3.« ISLAND BUILDING 
SUPPLY COMPANY 

IJO M ' 111 G'i'*e Hnad Fa*' rh«>pe 3 -klTI 
; 'OopiMi e R C. Elerii.e Rwa l>fpoi< 


per M 1)1 00 


The Moore- 
Whittington 
Lumber Co. - 
Ltd 


Ook Floofinq ' 

T»» *e ha*e Wen hi|*i ine'her* 
ear'n*- d| *hi» famad Arkapaa- "*k * 
hnorint 

A.i fare all end ma'rhed ai 

S O y M A trederf 
Nn 3 trade ahr"« per IM (■ 470 40 

Nd I ara-lr lant' per '#4 f * 7 * 1 # 

Nn I ifide ihnn* per 1*4 I- 114 M 

Budqet Terms 

Tn Rnme Ovnei* Ve« id'i lan 
add a rnam ln«iila'e Pami he 
mi'del Fiiil*h at'lr ar baaemen* 
Fneia*e Pnrrh Make aiira rnnm 
' RmM a tarai* In*'*" ne* turn*'e 
e'e-Tfirii Ptumblni *pd an* vo*« 

I rnnneried vi'h 'our hn>*e Do ibe 
vik e 9 -ir«p|f nr deal vi'n *nnr 
nan rnn>rai"ir Ymi de. 'de 'hr 
amn-m' n( •'tor rnn'rar' W* ad- 
. >anr« pavmen'* (or aei'H'i e‘> 
and »n'i na* nplk nne rontenient 
mAn'hii rep*' men* 


□OMAN'S 

BETTER BUYS 
IN BETTER l^UMBER 

JUST RECEIVED 

A LAROF AMtPMENT OP 1 HO" 
rOtIMT CEDAR RIDING 
Rm'wiih far* random :enttha. 
Ideat ouuid* fmi*h Onli 

$45 P»T 54 

Tvur Ba'iitariino li Our Jab 

DOMAN'S LUMBER 
102 Esquimolt Rood 

AT POINT El.t.lCE HNIDUE 

Your Lumber Numbers 
5-2409 or 5-2400 


3 tl"!!* *>» b'oarr . l' 4 i *4 

- t* 'll . S' >.>n*»r . I •• n4 

3 - rill* h*iil 113 Cb 

DHILLON' FUEL 

J-J 4 II 3 "413 

WOOD 

Dr*ian 4 D**',i at Ftr Wnod Ybirk 
hark ill** mtaed vlib inaiOe OlO' ki 
No r-ib*tiab 3 ‘y aorcU tor 113 
Raob'* bf oed’tlara 

Isinnd Fuel SuddIv Co 

l-lal 4 1-1079 


IklO A r Dr.rd I* "• 

A..< •i'*l 

tai e r e»y Yeii«'* 

Ca'iay 

3 ll . • 1 *PU 

Mahdianr 


STEWART 4 HUDSON 

Tti-n Writ at tha Roindinn'it I ▼PS 

T*n R'nra. 04*4 HHDlfle Lr 

7414 ARH 10 F STREET 3*1100 IM 04 rra Rd 1-3111 3-3113 3 3013 


Eveiythinq to Build 
Anvlhinq 


SIDNEY 

LUMBER 

Limited 


LUMBER 

BUILQERS' SUPPLIES 

Randy Bii* 'Tata Rnen*' Fanal 

i a oinaiad PImmc Tania and 
Oounlar To#*— Raarft to *■•• 

‘Do It touraair Aid* and Flan* 
M»iai Trim -Tania Iota 
bander and Pa’iahar Rental* 


Ooen All Da* Aat'tr.iay 
Ldta at F'e* Partiet 

Ai «4 at D"nr*n L*d«*ml'h, 
Nanaima and Fort Albeml 


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BARRETT SHINGLES 


I WalH'i* variiiy 


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Ilk Fut A'reel 


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riindrinm *’7 5 # 

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rirh* Diere otlnil dine'** • '* 
le n*« 111 *'" 

Wiih',' . "fner ri'-tn*i iiinn 

tia n*'*** a'.'--*,'-"' 1**10 

H'll I AHtt RROR A ro 
*71 Fer- A' rer- 1 "an 

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Ce"'*'l"*' I"" a Ihr*' 

of d'aaef. vi-h tnirrnr w* 
dr^r 4 »*sa 

rnn*er*A« Iret- 41744 •- 4 K' 4*1 
r I' - fer-* 'It bed* *"*1 "ir'e 
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vi'i ran tava no 'he ra*t af t nrv 
I rheaiertleH b* 'rt'int 4 'ir etpe*** 
re-'iohft'alei and m'Me**'l*a *n'*r 
1 oreaeni **ne Haae' • rdiraierDtld 
I Rn.i>* All Ibhnaan 4 - 1 A 41 

YOHR MATTHBIR RERITII.T I.tKl 
new at a oeniilne *i*'nt Oohdlatera 
repair* Rqat rn*hlOP* <* order 
Alta* Matira** Rkno till 0 "adra 
at tllHai’lf 4*4331 

rot IKMrD'MAIlilOANT a FOrTKR 
,liM riwd al'h hee«t*' 4 a'd a'.'t 
♦««> Mnt drrt*ey *'' id valuU' *t 
• !•• 4 - 0 "*’*' bed vun '•.* head- 
I ni<'d a»d oiii'aopi* O'* 1 :1»3 

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thre«-*»**<t J*»I 33 

FOR BALE"'lld*CC"BaA", KX- 
relltnl roAdtiiBD 4-7031 

ROY M RtrrCLK 3 t 3 213 BT. 

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LES BLOW'S 
MOTORCYCLE SALES 

lambraiia BcMiarA RSA 
Triumph lama*. AJ 8 Maichlaat. 

Vmrent tdatorcytlei 
Trad* yaur btka Inr a rar or yeur 
tar far a bike 
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!»L RTOVKS «nd 
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• a'* and oil oniu Ibal (aiinoA 
amsfce Giy** roo o itfataM a 
• 011 ‘faetinn 

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WORKS LTD 


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Wa b«iy and #e|i Kvervib'ni 
lak lb Retat-iB l#g ai ft _ *7 •# Jnhnann »i>'.n* 4 - 

3 Ig ;*• Rd’**'* r^,OTmNO F»’RR RTT 1 


I 'teal (oraacat and *a 
1 N N IQ Mu* 8 tumar* and i 

pan*. Coeiiow on 

OF HIT RECORDS! V'”^r-x,o. o«r 

t 1 /% a'aUeit by evnay** ii 

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10 F»)RT 3 - 401 # 

— AtRinN 13 wool 

2 KI- TKI>.VIs|ON and furna/e mmpiaie a 

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SAI,F.H ami HKRVIC^E furkaccr intyai. 

— — bairnd Rhav Bhei 

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niK Rwrr for your ty an |g-)Nrif FAcinr 

IKRIRT ON AND OKT f'lrnara raaino ill 

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FHFt'klFlKR ANAIYRIR FOR Ui? i^ 2 J! 

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t*in (ar ynu aiiethe' a (rv ine 4 - rtidT>e 3-1774 
pel aita ad|it*imenia vlll vaMiy |m- 

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3 -lklI mavini to arartmr 

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•teal toraacaa and aavdutt bornaro. 
MiiVA tumar* and aavduat bornar 
partA. Caeiioa* mad* to ardar. 
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THovi<inn is playing a big iwiit in Ihf' develop- 
ment of ('anada. Before long the Dominion vvlll 
t>e linkfii from • oasl lo mast with the most impor- 
tant iiond sin«-e the building of the ('anariun 


i« r n»*w TAo »• 

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now twine h«iilt \spst 
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it will AlirtNl |4*l«*\isillM 
|iirt4irru from Halifa\ 

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T> IxMikup, Fknn xsIiIIf 
pn»Kram<4 arp Ih-Imi; 
f'arrliol. 

And It Is thp Arlvrni of '*1 just rorrlvnl a lhoui;ht 
lolFvldi'in IhAl h.4s mi<|n wavi* . . . Diinninerr'N on!" 

UiF nrw c»*mmuniCAilon.k niruit civinomicBlly po'.siuln, 

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TKI/.K BOVhlt I’ir«»s RBi'tila m.iKn imAiakf'*. hut onR 
*now unninployrdi will fM*\rr h\n lliis on** down, Mr 
toUi Rhrind,4 Klnming ih.ii h^r iraI ThrUltan namf* dldn'l 
fn hot it w is loo quirt for movjod And T\'. Mo had 
to pul hor i»vor as a *iOxy l>i)R. and Iho namR just dldn I 
hrlonc 

So ho rhanRod hi*r luimod to Rhon*ld Kloming. Hftor 
..An Knclish novel ho iiad load And Rhnnila she us to'lay, 
And her real nAmo' Manijn. no lo^s! 

* * * ' 

TFVNIS .MNTfllKw '11)0 tiaiionai sinalFs tennis 
mifehos will t*o M»on fi"m Kmio«i Mills. .Now Yoik, on 
i^aonel -t -- 11 'i—' nv>*‘— ;.«*• 

I r\N\ni4N KOOTBAI.I. I«4-t S.iluiday ) gamo lx* 

' |wo*T. Uip Lions .'•nrl ilio Bniwho;-. will bo pioNonird, bj' 
tlol *yo*l iol*’4';*vi. on ('BL’T al p m. 

(OI.OR s|*mT\<I I.AK .^ry Mditin. Mo|op MaNR* 
and (tool CO Ahtmit si.tr In Ihrlwohoitr romody foatuio 
"Thr Skin of Our Tooth. ’’ a W:*nono livo prosonlAlion 
nn KOMoTV Ai 4 10 loday. 

TO.\ST Oh’ THE TOWN Kd Slltlivan has kuo<Is Phil 
.Si|vf*r« J.ino Kuvsoll nnd .lodono ("tain on hia channol 
U vanoiy show at K tonight K.irlh.i Kilt. Iho .MArlnors 
and Jay Lawronco appo.tr on Kd'.a ('Bl'T pingiAm also 
at ^ 

•.MIXED R\(RS Diik Pnwoll fall* In lovp with a 
bo.iuiiful Eurasian girl at a iimo whon foolinga .iro 
running high in ’'Tho Rotiirning." Iho Four Star Play 
house dianiA on CBIT* ai 9 
i IRd’H STORV Honry Fonda Siara In "Tho Clown." 
a Iruoltfo dibm.T on K’I*NT-TV at 9. 

POl.H K.M.YN’S 1‘ROBI.EM Edmund O Brim plays 
Iho part of a doloctivi* who h.is lo hunt down Iho man 
w;io savotl his ddiighior’a Ilfo on "nohi nf Honor." ihe 
SlAgo Sov**n prosont.it|on on channol II at H.'W) 

lt\E STORV Loslio HowAid. David Mvon and mon 
of tho Royal Air Enno aio stuyi In Iho moving •Irarna, 
•■Spltflro." nn KVO,ST\' at l'»rV) tonight, and at .1 pm. 
Monilay 

MOMETI'IE 'Capuln of K^ponlck" is Iho foaiuro 
nn CBl'T at I'kin. Thoios.t WTigln'ls .soon in "Tho 
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THREE H R I O H T 
Orntind U •*’! I 3 A t 
aa’rr inriudrd }-*!•• 


ROOMS 
til and 


• : . urn ..fnall Wt> It r 4 S. 

rr $1945 

ruMorni ooutb waa 

Sir $995 

SA'^tl apn a laod t.ran, 

.rr»ir*m-ue rar C 

«*• Dal Nan PBir 

HtU.MVS MINX. Nr* rl.'rd 


COMlY>«TABl-E RrV)M wrTH ALl 
hpmr arl'.Hai* SjH nit!nr«« *ir. 

1 li :3 

noon HOME OPPERED TO 
voraiiic mn>h*r aim child B'-a 
I »14 Virtor 4 Praaa 


Rrfrrrnrr* 


TWO ROOM RUITE OAR RANOP 
lint and lOld « 4 '.r* UII* 0 -MalK 
h«a’ Mulai aduto 343 ) R<X* Bar 
A-anu* Api'.i Dl )Ull'!dr 

TWO OR THRPP noOfcf RUlTt. 
(antral, cardan adullt t- 3 dl 7 


VI t»nO FANripn* CHAMPION- 
ahip anrt Ohrrtir- r* Trim 8 h'.*» 
C^ir’lnt R‘M Rap'rniliar •-!• frn'n 
la am - in pm Admia*i«fl. a- 7 ’ii'( 

M' 'hl'rtrrn II' 


LARni RrjOAi r't/ 9 nB IN RUIT 
• rioir mri; nr anrai ( oirn Rra- 
fc-rani* 4 

RlNOtJC USHOB ROOM pACiNn 
a-'nto A.l Ii>gnd On* 124 i** 

111 1)4 mUaUla a»d Tgtorr 


NOVEMRER 1 POR TWO ADULTB 
So ihildr"! rtir net ir*i than tit 
month' *load rrfrrrn'r' Bm 7 W 
Virtoria ^*rr^» 


1444 AU 51 TN .NOMEleirr OREY- 
blup iiiilitrlairtx lira 'pnpi'ion 
On* ovnr- 3 - 2 « 7 l Bril oU«r 


“rrr: 77 

Dtin't worry about not hBiInq a tlato Innifht, Taffy 
. , , I alua>« fppi H'n IhPHc hlx IhtnqN lhal go to 
dPApIop onp'R rharacUr!’’ 


NOTHINII DOWN- in MONTHLY 
M Chartoirt |T4* Ai' * « ar Sale 
Humiidr atid tliir:rt 3-DPl 


TK* OREATTB VICTTMAlA DOO 
ntiartirnrr T»aii.ina fiuh • fait 
riaiiat riar' i»n Ttirirtai Rrp' 34 
T» rnroH anrt fir fuMhrr uai(l«>- 
lara ('Snna arirriarr 7 - 7 M 1 

rOTKER SPANtn BPAYXU Pf 
ftli'r rhatp tn C-'art hima Oi»"d 
ai'T 'tiiid'an t>i oart ham-* 
» 3 W 7 


PAlRPTELO-tlOOD HOM* OOOI» 
t-md *arm and Srlchi tii i t nr 
ffonbia 1-2111 


43 A IIOL’SKS WANTED TO 
RENT. UNI-TJKNISHED 


41 FI.ATH AND 
APARTMENTS WANTED, 
IT'KNISRED 


KITCHEN IIS. ALL 
BuainrMman Can'.ra! 


ROOM, 
loan I 
7 IDA 


NonilNi) DOWN m MoNDILY 
47 PulJ. 1411 Ai' • I'lir ‘lia» 
Rurmidr and tlarrir. • 


VACANCY NICE LARGE ROOM 
lor t«o rirtrrir ladiM or '*') n>*n 
in u «n 714 Diarnvrty 4 1114 


WANTED -I OR i ROOM HOOBB 
nr <iuip>« :n Etd-imaU pnnnr 
4 -tOin bri.'ia d pm Mr' Wabb, 
nr 4 mil a!:*r d and ar«k-mrt 


a„-h,..ad - 

Ai'ATiN 

DEVON — ^jy-j 

$1195 

iK;LMI-H MAY- mzAC 
- noR 

DEVON $695 

VANOl’ARO eZTT 

NliiAS . . 2 > 0 / / 

A'rBTIN . 40 X 1111 - f I toe 
BBT REDAN . J I t y J 
AlWTiN ixrA- C 1077 
IlliN WAUON jIVJrO 

MERCURY •. TON & a A C. 

ncKUP $ 44 j 

PON 11 AC pA-mrisnER 

HfllXN Vary 


HOIJBEKrrj’tNO ROOM CLEAN 
br>|n'. ->rar JubH** 1131 Ri'D- 
mui-d '->11 

fljrAs” REMl-fUnN 18 HEn~ 8 UtT- 
ablr I ■: a >rtini prrtor. kH>'hrn- 
,\ r ‘.ir O) Miacara S> 

lUJt'.AEKP.EPIM) ROOM UP- 
.•tl‘ Ml. lUM-dt Ai--.-a l:> 

] 74«4 


40 A ELArSAND 

ArAKT.MKNTS TO 
RENT, I NFIRMSIIED 


FI-^TS AND 
APARTMENTS TO 
KENT. I rKMSHED 


WANTED OCT 1 intRNTBMrn 
hraiart !i»*rr »•!! tsnramrrt t.Ki’ 
'an b-imna-t ladlra. rrnt bpI orrr 
l<ui 3 -nai 


N'nHINO DOWN 14 ' MC'NTMl.Y 
'll Ch»»r ilrt mi Afl • far Ra.rV 
H. ..... . • ,rt Minlrl J-k.K>i 


HRIOIIT OROOND-nxXIR ROOM, 
enarrt, lagndr* larr lor alrtrtiy 
l 4 d>r> l*t> R'tt huena )-T 42 i 


LNPURKIBHEI) TWO BEDROOM 

nn-..- '■r 1 -- »-» . 11 ‘r dili-.l * 

JoM.aa arra 3 adi''> Pitnnt 


non OBEDIENCE THAI NINO 
r * art Mnprtiv B'Pi “* 

» iail Mr* . tfa.inrr-**; t 

Tfalridk «fpa.>l 


ROOM AND BOARD RlNllIJS OR 
<ia ixla pair'irf'l rtit’r ma. 

3 -mi 

LARor HOUliriCEEPINn ROOM 
irniinn ti -.'’ 1 ‘r.m <ra- anal > >' 

datirad 4 Mil 

4 UNUIX ROOM ASD BOARD OR 
3 an 4 ri->< lifM hu‘i«*k*api <4 tpom 
qiiiai titraeVir* 3-3324 

HOARD AND ROOM |AA PER 

fuo-'-. n*»r J I'-'i'a H-'.p 'al 

1 -AA 7 I 

Ar 1 i.MMODATinB POR ArTIVE 
ainrr,y para-n *>'h rldfrlf muplr 
OH halt 1-1721 ' 

WANTED TWO MEN ROARDPRR 
»ith ••af' lurnlturr Phnnr 

1-1714 al'ar » 33 pm 

B'Hm AND BOARD POH TW'O 
TOunt mm in 'narr In Pf-*a*» 
In -TV «'« I ‘ 

HOARD Aim ROC'W 174 PRj^vnTm 
Itiirna iii'kia »f da<.Mr I- 94 T 2 

CRAIOMYLE '337 CRAIOOAR- 
rocli Hot ar»d eold sataf 4-0021 

WARM ROOM IN PHIVATE ROME 
Rpiin>u aifl *f Modrnl ) '147 

BOOM AND BOARD POH OEN- 
llaman n»* hnma r'mi»» #1141 

BRIOHr ROOM MEAIA OPTION- 
al Jamri Bar 4 - 37 M 


1443 PlVMilUTH nVE-PAtHF' 


4 IA FI.AIN AM» 
Al’ART.MENTS WANTED, 

i;nh:rnlsiiei) 


«32 HEAD KBQUIMALT UlWEH 
J it'i -.1 • a.'ii >i>ii pornh, 
hra'rd G irnty aaa laiia* t. .:.>rr 
.■ • !j I'iii' ia iifia* nvinih 

C'-m fXfti rmbrr II M-'D:'.a;.; 
O. iia fit I-. 1 ) ) ii> l■'<l. iiitrr- 

: ; . 1 . (j.'.M Nr* ituiiiaa fax 

ra'.jr tln-O-Ma'. nra' »" l HW 
|.V m-.- •: P n BIMjAN At 

BOV* ITU 1112 Broad B r'»; 
Ph'“^a 4 7i:i. 

DC LUXB BUin aVAILAHLC 
Bi;>tmbar 11 — Drvriy Uita t-.-irni’. 
(an badr-mma. pnvai* Iraiu a'.d 
bxi'C rr,‘rai‘-'ra. Oak R«r Airnur. 
!-ra r.t.': . rantr and i-D.f»'a.'..r 
ca-'k* ana launder la . •'■■rx. nn 
.1 i.tla Oiilr laa ,iar m<iDrn NnitB- 
«ri'ri-i Br i;.i:rt lid 4 iA.« 


WlvrbTt BAIVA .-MART AAPT 
ritiliri 111 a' 'laautll'il <'ll*a AP"'- 
man'a Oak Ha» Cn-- m r*arh 
1 * 1 / .T-Mr -lioppini fiP-rr lotCv 
t-a« ir..mpic» Wrra'i »r 

Adjl-t r2'i7 


tri 'irVES RiTOM HOl'HT 
*.1; rio.drrn Raaii'naKlr 


AirroMomL 3 n pinancco 

La* -aWt. loni Urma 
MD'ai A Co ibUd Oovrrcmant 0 t 

I 3 A 3 MPTEOH CUBTOMIINP- 
$n'ti' A"i"'pa'.iit uan.ro'; :‘-i' In* 
miirair 11 i.Vl 4 - 13 >) • In ! '^ 


THREE-RCXJM AflTE OHOUSD 
t,ig<r r a«-i anil brt(M CToaa I*, 
-ir vngid xMara hill 'kpar.iri «.in 
rlflaMf a*ri' rn-T IT lady l»r r-.ji- 


PAmriEin-NK E room, kit- n o 

rhrnrt" » •>i‘ax» prtaon 3 - 913 A 
and 4 3301 

II . 4 ptmr iwix noiixi rutte 
* al( ni Ill'’»"r». '•<•» "tiD 1)1 
4 :A 47 

0 RIOHT ;-BOnM aUlTE UP- 
.•an. rvai'nli-a (..pp-tart 213 
Maiiri '4 4)1 2 - 37 ' I 

PAIIIPiPID BLNNV FRONT RiXrM 
i;r III- a h >mr Rr"u»'»’''' Bail 
•i.*l »rtr prrfr-rart ’ '..l |4 

MKOE HOU«rKfPPINr, ROOM 
iiounrt Tr- * .'aa'i n»a' *><iara .1 
<*^4 1 • 4 n 

? 7 n »MT ROOM WITH Rf fCHE^ 


BlArlt CYRKER PUPS I WTERB 
IIS S-rrana Bnart Pr;'«p*«-‘. Laid- | 
ft Bhaptirrrt. Ba-utdav-Bunda. 

TYXO MAI.E DOBERMAN PIJPB 
ai.-*ara 121 R>a 1311 Vi-fta 


PURMRtfPO HUITE TO RENT POR 
aiK'ut I ur -"oni’ l In Baaih Dti»a 
apart ti«nl blo« i ai.ir.oiaW mrrt- 
arn all r->n«rt irnra* c a ariV-iom 
A-'iund 412A t>*r ii.nntn Biaaatt 
flat* A Cn a MIT 4 1011 


5 OR 3 R'X'M* TW I'l-BlEE BED- 
t«jnm» r r. ' • k'trhan Artui'.k 
Bok 731 . V..,.riia Prr*' 


• KEEP THE POWER O PAID 4 " 
r«a Bharpr* Molroii rrdgcrk vrar 

• aa coniunapUori tn a miaiaiom 

174 # 1 HPYBirR iTpASBENOEK 

.. 4 P» |R 2 > thklia 3 H Innk 

l.-.rrt Bl ^ 

*.rt MonniB MINOB TWO-DOOR 

• ' 111 A 1 '-.nd. irn I 4 TS Krxt'.M 
i'l H 

l>i- MERrupY coNviiuini r 
»'.»;s m-ra I 'tk? 1 J 47 P.ma l 
tv -..al 


WANrEO TO RENT BY MIDDLE' 
af'd [* 0 i dmal. apar*m*ni Oak 
Ha.' ->r v-riiii". Maximum rtf'i 
IM 3 131 ? 

WANTPD J BpOROOM APAK! 
maul, rml f-<" un.jar l?l. iroafti 
U~"r ptrirrrro 4 - 2 *ai 

WANTED rWli-HSDROuM UN 
Uirnithad apaemrut i>u i-a o.-- 
- I'ma r'.iM aga J? ; 2'24 


pont-nv* 

I'ui'lat. am d >111 
rtaia 


THE OREATEB VlCTl 
n*>a»napra TrainUM CJ 
1 -T 93 I 

PUBr.B«Pn BNr.t.IAII 
pvp' axmirni human 

Crrp-rfi' 


r.'RNIAHlD ON UNPURN 18 IIEP 
I-r.v>m • ••'» hft’ aai^r a-"l lifiit 
aupti'ia.' IIS pa* rtirn'n flundara 
or a!-rt k 1 ' m 3 -SSiS IBl On- 
!ar.n B' 

WHE.N tHANOUlO TOUR AO- 
drrxa oa aui* lo arranca tur *nin- 
larru.-'iad rtr’irarf ot jiflUr Daily 
CnJr.Pi't B» tr’tnhsnirt 3-4111 Cir- 


$1645 

SAH ?? sTEHMAN 

$2095 

AtmoB SEDAN T--P ahapa. 

$2145 

$2110 

. $845 
$695 
$1050 
.$795 


It IIAI.I.S, SrOUluS end 
01 FICF-S TO KKNT 


POINTER 
1311 Jnan 


ONE DOCBIB AND PiNn- t <■! 
!:•» ftaim I'in and jan t t *'0 
• la ato-iba Mr lairi 
:v hr'-sMia 2 -‘AA* 


LEAN. NEWLY-DEC 
nm aji'r firrpla ' 


RPofBTyRED DACMAHOND PUP- 
41 DnOaan Road 


. A Marnt'i 
iirar Phmir 337 R 


FI KNLSUFD 


BiCH* U MEEX-H. 
EnillaA cham.i.iin 


VfiiV tua P-.iMflAf t’A 


.NicEiY ri'RNTSirm lirrooM 
44 . • aod pri»*-a '.#'*• Clai 
Pi u.(*a •• • -ad : *r l»;r*. 

ni'inrta I ovPla ar hualnr>a al:l| 
lo •hara rai.-'a. Oaiair i l'.4l 


mnn cu.TroM 
DE I.U 2 TE — 
rORD 
irnoR 
in 05 M‘ 
nrOAN 
PLV MOUTH 
1 TABS COLTI 


tl-O 


DE LLXB SI'in AVAILABLE 
CTt 13 Apir-mrm. 1373 run Bi. 
l*» naflrooTia aiacirir ran|r la 
I ,aat 4 - tv' "• la.ru. I. ca 
aca joo lid H A II imurr 
1 I 12 . i P:Sad fl'trat .'-ilAl 

CiOHoC P'-AD THREE Rf n -MR 
«a.f-, unla.'xJ • 'Ad failjr Ml) i-r' 
.ov'fnh Iha B '■ land Ar li-vru- 
nuni Ak'S-' L'd 322 iJovtrnmani 
f. 4 - 4 U 2 __ 

TIIHEt ROOM ” BUITl WITH 
*«e.- .. wall • irpa* Nrac Rrai'in 
K-U rati and availabn nn* nr 
41 . “>br( I Kant IIS par mo'in 
Hu-T M :'»a.n* Lim-iaJ, 4 ii'.jl 


PCRNIAHED ROrtM 1731 OAK 
Ray A>ar.-i 4 3 - 134 I 

NINOIB RED rWO-ROOU SUITE 
i<i> ihUdrrn 3 - 3 M 3 

iJlRilE 3 -ROnM EUITt BEnDIKn, 
■ ax carair B'l-inrti rujpia a 174 ! 

TWO BOr-MB ELDERLY COUPLE 
Palrtiain ditirin l-A; 4 i 


OAK BAY AVENI'E Mndrrn f.r 
'.t«had a- r ri Ara.-abia nn* r 'I 


BOAROINO RENNELR 3704 
Phuna 


nut AxtE Mtd m-t'DVnAKEH 
I'liairMii-i- What nllan* 311 f ,-nt. 
-• Phont 3 - 14 <l 7 


TWO BTYinUB AND OTPICEN 7 *OH 
irt,( fl« 9 -fl (4 Diaen«ary Blrrtt 
Apply Mndrl Shart Mr'.ai 

l.AHCJE MAU AND SMAU CLUB- 

rn- -r- 1 ’iiBrnadii Pn •- 4-:441 


M •■rr*m R-iad 

3 '<a U't E 7 


l-WO ROUMED AUm HOT AND 
• nd *k'r' i*a* fai lanpa in fond 

•rm;‘[Vli€ di»''' ' I'M K-!.|i R'-aJ 


VOLRSSS AOfN r U *7 n M 
: 13 - T-' .'r^ n 4 V ‘ 

423 Brr'l.tD I 


PPPPIPB ONE 

3 - 3 X 47 


PETTTR 
(«n famalra 


rUUl.Y • PURNIBHED BELF-CON. 
lainrd I'lPa Thrra ri»om« and ba'h 
h*A* likh' ’-add. HI 'irlirVd. raat 
JuMlar Anu •• 4-3414 

llBOUND nOOR 3 -ROoM BUtTK 
'nn lif.»h' M'liord huamaM or ra- 
t'-ad ai'i''* 1 A 3 ronpth 13 A 1 Am- 

pnmn Di 3 I 4 

UPPFR POUR-ROOM RUITE RELP- 
rnoiamad ap ‘jiilH'r* I'lnp 'ad 
Hmail rhiid lUniidaird 5 - 17 J? t»r 

BM'HELOR SUITE PRIVATE 

balTr.nm frlraarai-n tank*"* 

>U‘.i mnda'a'a rmi Krlarar,- a« «(- 
ri.ai'kad 9-4301 

n KNI 5 MID BEn^TTTlNO RtKVM 
• i«h ba'h SrsaiB’a niiranra Nun 
b-l->iia'« P'.l'i r'‘ 4 ’‘H P-TT' I'Ju-i-r 
rv'-ini' 1 - 74 M 

TWO • ROOM BELT - CONTAlME'J 
a.i»rimrnW nrrplarr Idlly aut- 
ffuiiabla uor ur l*g Pat.i.* • 
p.u>- ' 2 4 A 3 S 


M"l!T BELL LEAVINrt TOWN 

tl 4 » Xtf-»nr mol .r-riu--.-.- 1 

9 (r 4 I'adBf Hill mad 

1347 rHPVn-TLlT TWO - 7 V>OR 
raSin and '-ra-ai airrllant mrn-- 


MODERN OmCPB FOR RENT, 
h'oba.* B'i::s ";k -lx Yai** Birm. 
a)»ainr aid 'aoll'C ariiirr 4 -X> 4 ^ 

45 MIS< F.LIANKOLS 
TO RBNT 


f-.r . iX ir.'- .!h> |!21 pai 

MtM.NT nOUOl-AN (,Tiani..n.r 

ihry* -ha. 4 tr..nm f'jrr-ih»-l ii'.ma ,„ 
kf'IU'ird :r.' 41 in-. I,*f<a iar---'. 
* 1 ' .1 'ax Irn-i' ‘ I ■ ■ 

lrr:r.r-;;a’a pn»aa»«..»o. IMS V't 
ninn'h 

BAASUTt ''p-a ■|.rrr '-ri- 

r ■:.iu buna 111 * ba* I' !-i - l•■> 

alinn au'i 
la'i I A..' 
:ri Ta-..- 
.nran liv 


rAlTN TERRIER PUPPIB* ME- 
lita KtnntU 4091 Raymond 3 - 93 M 

R 30 ISTER 5 D rOCKRR PUPPIER 

lis am 1-2341 

COTRER PUPPIES rURKBRKP - 

B 4 X«k _ 


Ronxi and board for YnUNO 


BINlttX UOUBEKEEPING ROOM 
on ■! ‘i ;"7 floor .rriiial 7-1731 

riEAN HOUSBKPrnNO ROOM 
i;« CnuflflM Nl 4 -Aa 3 A 

ACCrtVMOOATTON iriR BTU- 
dan’- '(U'’a >.rar r.iiiatr 4 T'XOd 


vorkint man 9-7413 


PLIMLEY'S 

SINCE 

1893 

THE NAME 
IS YOUR 

GUARANTEE 


niRL NORMAL BTltDENT. PAIR- 
llrld 9-3331 * 

CENTRAL GOOD HOME COOKED 
fond Binil* ar doublr l-lflll 

OnOD BOARD AND ROOM POR 
vorkinc man 1-3303 

M ROOM AND BOARD 
WANTFJ) 


)B»i PRPPprr LOW MREAnr 
*ai| tai/l till 1313 Pinaanod 

1 - 9:21 _ 

13.1 PRErE<T IN VERY IHXXD 
Biu»' b* I'.M Rra***n 
a'i a Pboi a Mnndai 4 1447 


RPhTALB AT THE YORKSHIBK 

I ilROUND rt.OOR ni:. a ai-a<a 
nn Pntt S' I ’• utU'ri in «na i.r 
» >n na -p'-i 'U".> la" aapara>a 

nf'.iaa nl -D tan and i9> 

liirra t-- r, ■ 1da*l l*r ••-Xf-'f uf 
iiam..' «'• a*j*r !-■- ran-'-- mud- 
rru L 'll ■>■ A'ailabia f> I 1 
3 I’PPER AUmt In .Ijpira laa 
lirdrMim: !>n« ruum aaif-rmi- 

i, - a.i lU • • . Bra. -in IP'. Par* 
|I) li»ai and l.-'i •a>»r 

unlatnoh - 1 aarrpl lor aemao 


THREE nooMB rOMPORTABLE 
Lrii.4 toam *i'»i fira^ilara. lar®' 
la.lrrvm. . "HB balhfiwim I.’ 
ri-n».'r *r.| -lul’ia. r'nxrf In ll-a 

pnju lltanOV'** A.iat’.na0U. 
|XA par mon'h !l 7 J fait-**..d 


I»lrf)MB rVERYTHlNO AtJPPl.irD 
Clflka in 3-3119 ll 3 l_Pandrra 

ROOM POP HEt 3 T nrSINBAA 
pra|ai(r<l 1124 Pnri 

I 2 U POHT MAIN TLOOK 
haa'ad 121 4 -I 7 M 

mONT KUOM MODP.RNI.Y PUIt- 
nulia.l alarlfii klUMap 2 1E2X 

HOOM POK MAN QUirr HOME 
417 Vanrpwvrr Mi 4 4414 

IT PAN WAI'.M ilAB APPLY 4)5 
Van-' 'Uvar Rliaal 

NICE ROOM EVCRYTHINO HUP- 
pltPd Bu. al door 4 -U 33 

TWO ruRNuaiim rooms hfd- 

ynnm iltini ronen AddUa 3-3373 


liial'ad 


RpxUTTm. BLACK PTOBIAN KIT 


n.allC nil '• ' 'X' 
rar ■•'•f^a Na 
par inoMh 
OON/.AI.I.‘ HILL 


METEOR R.ANm WA' 

:• run IK lui, ran 'a 

II 3M 7-tt3A 


NEW fiRiiV'ND’l LOOM flUITX J 
r.M.tna 219 U*u»iaa Si. | 7 <l - ara 

k-l 3 lt. Rlihardvdl M 
01 3 ''iai’ ra. 171 II#"- 

I'Mi <n A. A -> 41 Ai 

WHUi CHANOlNO TOUR AD- 
drrti »« auia to airanta lot onin- 
Urruplrd d«ti*ary at fbor Dally 
Color lil by taiapbOBtai 3 - 4 IIL CU- 
rolailon l>rpt. 


BROTHER AND BIBIEH PENSION 
rr< tr'ifa and In k»nd haa<i|i rr- 

kuita > i>mf»>tabla ai rummAila lU’n 
tii piitaia h«m»a gi.iund Li“*i h'* 
lairrrt Wrtia ala ’i'l fuH» arrnin- 
M”da'i*n aialliOla ai.l "imt 
3)1 Oni*a R**ad R>a‘ 2 » 3 k 

Kl.DKRLV OENTl.PMAN W'AN'W 
tunm and Irimrd. i)*»»a in Bu» i.l 
Victoria Praia 

ROOM 


WHM nrrrHB’ LOW UlIJiAiir 
a t' <■! aM rui.oar rarMi»iliiu*n* .i 

A ' ’111 aadaii 1-1331 


A»ai.-i *‘4 

!»; till par BuTith 
OAK BAY Lar<a *a'i tu'.. -I 
f*jr-iafdro«.m li iw» Aiai •n.a 
Ori..->ar l«’ l-t •..'•• 

lai-tr iaD.*ai#'->' •’’) 
Band a iiuiMaad Oi' •-i-Ma’.' 
b*i aairi hral 1330 par manlh 

ron'a-l RanUl Dan’ 

KRR M BTKniENBOH. LIMITED 
4 4131 

uROUND n.boR IN pxcKUjnrr 

turtiiahad bama- 3 brdroaoa. imni 
room dinmt rn«m. tun morr 
t ’.fan all modrrn raaamani and 
caraar Pwr 3 miP'lxa frnm Or' 

I nr 11 n*m Its P»laranraa 
Phnna I-4J71 


liaal 


1020 Yates St 
Phone 2-9121 


l.'-| l-rilMAPLANE. IHJOD HUB 
ha- Idrai lur h»r''nc It” 1142 
pi .iiti H< tUdnay Phen* > 37 Y 

l*la NASH 411 ) 01 ) I’ONDinoN 
M-ixi f-a Mild by Riirxlay 4 - 7313 , 

axai.lnfi 

1341 PLYMOUTH SEDAN GOOD 
(•mdltion 1 ) 1)3 1341 Pxrd army I- 

Inn pickup 1333 1-1737 

■ 441 b 

7347 CHEVROLET RADIO HEAT- 
a- na* mn’*r 3 xxn nr ivap .->1 

*hai h«va vsu 3 1134 


LOVELY KITTEN* AND SPAYED 
ra' araiiabl# 1 " I'’*d hnmy« 

r P L 4 -* 4 #» nr 7 - 7 ?l' 

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. r--iiird !■ m% pat ><]i;a a-intiuah 
rona'r'ir'inn u rtai O'li'a rumpit'ad 
UTllJTY OUT-’ Tliia--i» a t-rr a -rn i n -rwp -ot tup 
abrui A I'l'n- rhoi-a^c ipraliimii nagr iha art^t'na 


S2992 


nnv -TRAii *R IB ihir-M u;ii*ri « i*’’!.'’''' . * iaa<"«a iup«i.flr rnn*ir union i» abviout tp 

» ‘"'“a, « iha.a || <nd 

’■•''T' OUTBOARU C-RUIRFR Ji • ''' '!*,» »'f‘lani ravaiiua awinrad 

4 » OMC 'j-TON. STEEL < AS- f,p jphB.oi. M>nrafl hrrlh 11 , «® *''• th»» pmpar.a 


NEW — NEW 

I' !'■ 1 .'^ '--flf' ('•' i[ 'If » 

■' I In aimn aa< h unit na* im 
U'lif lohm d'nir.g araa -ani 


ai'ft <na atrailani ravaiiua awinrad r..droJ.m* Pamnmka ha h -«k 
!L'*‘ *«*'_'*, floor, full t,<**mania and ml ba.i 


a«.aliani_»htpa »l#b .3411 Van I»la Matina Opan to Olfari i ' 1 » Vara Imianj u-iina ,nd a'lr.civa 


TTWO-WHKEL TRAILER .-FLY 
' •!■** gig Viawltald Knad 

4 QC 7 MONARCH Badan Only HOUSE TRAH-ER IN VERY OOOD 
1700 drnan l« non mila* Manv mndiimn ^Phona S-.ISI 
ffra* <nrl')ding aoinmanr tm-ad ,«u. u<wr»M.Dr. ’otr-irV* 


cJIli h“'o. Nav atsiO., nr*KarS $18 000 

14 CLINKER OUTBOARD CON- Arrh'ltald J- 001 . DAYS 3 -II 14 J. ' -f'U-V-'VU 

v» nil.' . '.*«• I.,'. »-h .. Jnhr- VICTORIA REALTY LTD I -tl i_i r i_ r* 

arm Both m good condliitm Meort Ot the Lity 

Raaaonania S . 4.7 FOUR -RUTTB APARTMENT l_, _ . . « 

HMART-NEw The Best Cosh Offer Buvs 

ONE 1.44 EVINHUDE OUTBOARD Earh *u-la aqulBpad *-ih fridga ' . ^ 

J h p PI'i* nna *-ii rimkar ■ and alartria ranga H/aiing la Oil- * miart modarn taf# (nr aa a ha- 

bulll boat Raal bargain 1.2 O Matir hm aaiar Au'oma'.r aauaa Iha npaiaii'ig «*na-« ••• 

B'iukg Rd *»»nar n alui prnvillad Ail toomt Rnainax ran ha iniTaaia.i 

> -r-.t. . -f—n m a . I •" ®' ••harmia alia and iha 'r>ra- »3 ?no ia»B PlU taka >ac at Ptii 

BCkj »■ I • ATW A^R BALBB - 8 ERV- I {lor, aarallani Th«*a In'arailad Pa-rmant 

^ Cl.^ba U 34 Oak m ahmr* rrvanua |iroi>any would ba 
Mat a . 3431 _ ( *Kf in mva*iigiia , ViCtOriQ Is Growing 

CURYBI ER MARINE DEALXRB .V'** .'/''S' . ai .l _i ^ 

Marrura Outboarda Mr McDonald Eva* 3-1443 NorthworHA 

ORR MARINE IHBTRIHUTOBB ' Bt'OHMAN IHVOSTMENTCO LTD , 

110 Kingalon BIraat 3 -Sail Via* piraat 3-1124 *•’ Rotal Oak araa an a mnat 


V» I llj.r . r.K- I,,.. J.h .. Jnhi. 
arm Born in good Tondliloa 
Raaaonabla )'. 4 I 7 


FOUR-BUTTE APARTMENT 
KMART -^NBW 


• • -nriiaina ■uioRiu'ir i,n'*n lai^ VANDtlARn l.-TO'U PlflttTP ' ( 1 MART«-NEW 

glaa. FlBi 4 had in biua »ltn ivory handy aahirla 3 - 754 . EVINHUDE OUTBOARD E«rh *u-la aqulBpad *-ih fridga 

( _ ' . J h p PI'I* nna *-ii rimkar ■ and alartria ranga H/aiing i* Oil- 


$1999 


953 


CHEVROI PT Cna'h I-nw *'*? 


raga rat ut immaruia’.* 


Dougtaa 0 *ad oarta for eara and 
S-M 41 


NO DOWN PAYMENT 110 MONTH- built bnai Raal bargain 1.3 O Matir 

If l*)d Chavrolat 113 * )- 3 isi Biukr Rd , **>nar 

<* I* pa|a 7 *u Tfgya'W _ „ < BCOTT-ATWATER BALEB-BERV- I |i<>n i* 

4 iH TAKTS, TIRKn and tra Wood* 4 , aarka U 34 OU ,n ahmr. 

A< riSSORIF-S _ I »Kg in 


CURYBI ER MARINE DEALXRB 
Marcury Outboarda 
ORR MARINB DIBTRIHIPTORB 
110 Kingaion SU.at 3 -Sm 


Victorio Is Growing 
* Northwords 


$1555 

NO TAXIS 
NO LEASE OR 
U-DRIVES AT 
GLADWELL'S 


PARTS FOR YOUR CAR - TRY CLFARIHO-OOT BAI.F OF T'a TO »«"' MONTH' 

Da»;d Biraat Auin Wrerkara, 63 . 24 -h p nuiboard motor* Coma and Pfiv*’* *ui-a Full* 

David Birvai 3 -. 97 I Amaringly m* priraa Virinria iurni*t»ad lavanua piopar'v ir|a»i 

arrw i r>« M»rina Work* 3007 Oovarnmani B( - *"!♦' (» pr>»Hi*a|. imnliiulaia 


MEW LOW Fmce - goodyeah 


In ur>*lliva|> 


— fi,a buitdin* aimania for rnnvar- 

Tl ' ing In a iriplat <i' fnr npnra'ing 

ul'a Full* >ni,r n*n buttnavi <• pravani 

T'V ir|a»i Ihpra gia two *a*\ nii't »uit#» 

mnttrula'a Oanar *|U a«>hanga lor imum 


rmdi'inn . m* daroraimg irr rapain aqiii'* agraamam for aalr nr 


X MOTOR wn^ naraxari inatda h»:r-mila rufta n,«-, 4 ,a* fharn.aa 


*?^'Alr AAID* $950 

T"ur n-atartl rar *TI t* 'r*n*!Uar*') 
fnr a An*n numam Batanra nn 
fa>v R'.idgat plan. (Lit pavmant to 
Octabar. I 


nr-RFFIKED ISa FFR GALLON' 
and rhaaptr m bulk. Bandy a Auto. 
103 S V:e« J- 743 I 

GOOD USED PARTa~FOB~l .37 
Rmrk radin haa'ar air 4 -t 04 T 

«IA»i» rtm lira and innar tuba 

3 -a 4 M 

Vtc WENT WRECKER 314 DON- 
da* I-U 33 : nlkhta. 4-4371 

WRKKLNO ii MOOEL A 4 -l 7 a« 


DON'T PUT OFF 'TIL 
TOMORROW WHAT 


n*ii wwnar m lai; inu airapiinnaiiv Evai Mr Randall 3 - 544 T, 


Chart Yntir Cnuraa WHb 
MARINE CMARTB PROM 


grxid b'ikin>*> B«*> taima lo ra- 
•fV'ii*ibIa n-jr.ha'rr Pul) pilra 


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rrui'ut. aa-h p Cnry»lar marina - s. — 

mrinr a-M 03 ... * BARGAIN 


GEORGE RANDALL 
LIMITED 


mrinr a-M 03 ' A DUPLEX BARGAIN L I M I I I 

. “In Iha Hmtlnnd Di‘'r.*r** 

3 .' CABIN CRUI 8 KR. ONAN It- A Intalv »aiiing »U mom* and IHM Dout'at Btraal 
bp t*a-(Ttir.i 1 ar iir-rnnlad an- ba'li'nom lo atih *uiia Oil-O-Maiir 
g na .300 or naaraal qffar 3 -C 7 g 2 hni-aa'ar baaiing a»»iam» wt'ad ~— 

— tnr a rf*irlr ranga numaro,]* *pa<.<J 

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pl<ia«uih 3 . Hilimao an.ifia khgrr, unii* l ini.j 

..r'.rllai .ITS Ml Ciovai'iaia , c. giNoon GENUINE 

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, Hl»Langl.* 8 i.aai Phuiia a .041 I RAY 

nr* <,,«„*„»«! STREET OPPOBH^ OAT 

?a?|n.d“t;^y, 1 ,?,^f, , f %r,m 7 nr;^^'‘‘::.r“a^* SUPERIOR LOCATION 
tgma. and rara ^ -r*ma and I'.dlng platform Ad‘ M -SUITE APARTMENT 

BOAT WITH 7 ‘, dmonal *para H da»,rad .I 7 » 7.71 

1.4 I moji'h A,*« imall alma *i'h anod NEW AND SPECIAL 

_ ba*amani and furnara at 1407 Binia 

/OOJ Biraat tM mnnib P R BROWS H IGH STEADY RETURNS 

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aiHnnn i.viTi AoiTiniatii* ara Viatorla a ba*t in- 


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a.. ' I.,. , Cl, (IN i) 0 n 
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I M ROarVi-AR * Uti LTD 


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$1666 


BUYS 


HIllJUAN eooc 

laia'a Wngnn 2 lo 70 

MORRIS d- / < C 

Badan 5040 


-MOKRIP Oxford. eiCCn 
1 000 mila* J I OOU 


MOTORS 

DFPFNDaRI r 

oopor • DE BO TO DFAtER 
103 .- 10 . 1 ->lini Ya'-aa 
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orrN EVBNiNoa till . o rtoci 


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' far-nrv xpnrovad ilGODYRAH TIRE plaa*ura baai What offar 
,«»- - FORO V.r.ntx r-,..-. . RF 7 RF.ADrNO PLANT «hrrr lai- 

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*^hMe*alU “‘■“"'‘''E *»d A GOODYEAR RimiFan "nRE BOW IB THE TIME TO 


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war. p.'.p, 

^Vu 7 mnn:*^.":;:r ai** 

a a ra? * 1,1 V ** Wha' a mora PLYWOOD BOAT WITH 3 ', dl!lMial *para 11 da*.rad .I 7 » 

* “ hp mmor t-SI.. i inm<'h A.*u *matl alma «t'h annd 


I ZEPtn'R Brdan. On# ovnar 

'c-;mi.n« $1595 

VANGUARD Btation Wagon 

'r.a**”“ . $1595 

AUSTIN badan. & ^nc 
Datk gravn JOVO 

, HItt.MAN Brdan. • #cnc 

nraao 5 o 90 

kUffTlai 9 *<lk 0 . if 

BNfK 

Sn"*:* $150 

MOBRl, 

$250 


$2292 


AUSTIN Marhanir'a 
BprrIaJ 


A Good Deal 
and 0 Good 
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BUICK "Roadmarigr " l 4 *-l«o 
Dmaf-na on*ar »tran>tg, 
f'i.;i-«'av pn*ai »aai pn*ar 
ail dn*< br«ka*. rir A'- ran- 
d-'i'-nar radin A aavtn. at 

.. $3895 

PONTIAC - Lt'iran'ian ’ A'li-*- 
maU'- tran»miaxion pnaar 
tlaar.ng atr- e 7 Z,QC 

condlimnar. tic dZ 070 

.. $2595 

FLYMOUTH 'Bairadar* 
Badan Radio and « i OQC 

ha<iar 5 I WO 

PONTIAC '•La irati .lan" 
Badan llaf.ar. air j qc 
rPnrtt'inaiar -BZ I 70 

FORD Tudar » I C 7 C 

Badan .. I 9 I 0 / O 

Bi'U'K B p a « 1 a Badan 

J;:';’, $i65o 

DOD<ta Rdval Vb Badan 
A.ilama'ir RadlP nta'ar, 
rmlv .nna mil»‘ Cn*l '»ar 
1*000 Ou' ihia iCOQTC 
bat'kiy t'lday tpZO/O 

OIRYSLin Marrttnp Caupa 
4 *m«' r '*<110 lar'at 

pnwar glaarlng 


j WHO IS FOOLING 

who;' 

Manv r'irrai ' tummnbUa adrrrliaa- 
mri>>* rnn’tin gimmi'ka (if taii-| 
MK Ktra* Kniiia 'rum uvai-a'-iu*- ' 
arva* lo iripa abrnad and lhf»u all 
Mund mq«i aiiiatiiva and iri »oma 
'asa, almn-i ,rrr*i'iibla Bui la iha 
I'lrlnmar nr gt 04 par!i», i*i*lnmai 
laatlv ga'tmg a baraain* In mn*> 
ra*r* na air' A' ihu lima «( «a«r 
prira* hrtj'i >b tall bv iha natural 
l «»4 af tupply and damand L*m 
rar« a-g amd In ina fall and vtniar 
iHao in apnng and tummrr an«- 
•av Again rar* ara ntdnr na** 
Mnna mnra milavatid th.darka ha*a 
In ba rlrarad for nrt' vrar a nr* 
Rindala D«n 1 ba fnolad b« cram 
Ing'jr (antavtu nffart Ramamhar > 
Iha rti*<nmar aivavi pat* in in# j 
a^d an Aral *nara ymt ga' ra<i ' 
*■!•'• (nr vfMir dPiiar 1 '. all iim>a. 
right bar* at Br:il>b A'Ua C*nl>* 

HERE IS AN EXAMPLE 

1 QCD AUBTIN BOMERBET BE ' 
I 70 «A DAN On* n«nar ipai;:.** 

rmiditinn tra* and bl>i* * qc 
F ully gii*tan<aad -p I I 70 


1 0^9 VMOUTH Badan A opt- 
' aOZ ownar da luxr modal. 


$1291 


t QCO CONSUL Brd.n A raal buy 
* 70 Z in VKiprik t meat popmar 
Ebflun car 


$799 


I will, BAVF TOO AT lE.ANT HALF 
I THE COST OF A NEW TIRB 

nr.li' Da:*t -rmna in Tnda> Wa 
! WiU B* ria*,»ri In A'I*u* Ybu and 
8 a*a Y«u M«nat • 

VICTORIA 

tire LIMITED 

Oovarnmam at Raraid 3 -.I .4 | 

ENGLISH WHITWORTH 
WRENCH SETS 

BOX -OPEN -END and BGUKrT 

$6 95 ♦ $10 95 - $1995 


NOW IB THE TIME TO BF-TAB mvaatmam epiioriuniiy 
THAT ROOF - BTOPB LEAKS | aulla anaiimmi * T*o 
aai:«» >*n 70 r arpar*<a heating H 

Alan Ptifh any nuantiiy. If" ‘«*"on III liaaiih 

' 0 «®d larm* .Ttilabla 

SHIP CHANDI.RRB (^'va*', 3-0374 or :- 737 . 

_ Chutfrv Hi>ma* Lid 

uSi?EO-Ml.l 


^ "a*,m 7 m If ,ha» ha” 

FOR IMMEDIATE BALE ~ GOOD t‘',•BllAn aamnd. valu* ronairucii'in. 


Wa hava aaiiatt a long tim* lo oft»r 


KB I aulia anaiimmi * T*o d'v*n, ona f“'*‘ ganutna valua ”lurn* and 
70- 1 up- laparaia heating High Lamp- L“*“tl .HI * 1 ? * ****• tented 

I *nn loreiion III haaiih forte* *ala '® • •'Natinn «( 

OPPd larm* ttailabla APiil* H 

Porta*', 3-0374 or :- 737 . Tn*n fb *iy_*P I'* 


a-uai* or ••raio tn*n w 1 .,.. .... * i, — 

ti-t largr. oak flnmid taiiafull* d.i •- 

tl ma* uia evrn to relor barn noiami 

ICENNEO PREMIBEB ' IB 'Bo Oathrooma, arirt a*, 

nd bear paiinr on mam f'' • '*«'»*nirB. a-iia* oarn lliouglii of 


i.iMiiKU-i- 114 ] 1 H„|,| ,pn paiinr on mam • '*«'»*nirB. a-iia* oarn lliouglii of 

BnilniB of Ya'»a. Bat*aaa T«U bnd ' ihorwithfara ruit at io»n About ”* ‘ariam ihera ora nii >uiiea 
me We'ar , half r*»h nr will axrlianga fnr Oraaiar VirlorU araa that 

— ■" homa nr anall apartmeru Full p«**ihlt rempart for irarinua 


...... — n» aiBaii i*H«r%fnrni run 

•lork Ctaarim* on all 1 »M prira I 7 PIM). 3 -IHI Dougiaa WU- 

lee-iNce i roners . Canada trust ro 

10 ®b DISCOUNT RESTAURANT CrNTRALLY 

No* In Etfart at _ LOCATED 

n*nar retiring from Du*lna«t. tea- 

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& Morme Supplies Ltd JSt;, 

.21 FORT STREET 3 - 1 . 3 I Pra*e 

BOA r LUMPER- YllXOW CEDAR I DIBTRIBUTOR'B WAREHOUSE n» 
- MAHOGANY WEIWOOD A>t-UB bV 40 ' Olfire cftOlar >0 *iy 14 T*o 


li*ln*. rnmfnri *ivla and locailrn 
THIS BUILDING MUST BE BEEN 
TO RE APPRECIATED Pull pnra 
415 000 *hlih U dalinHaly Inw 
Down pavmam |S 7 oon TTii* bund- 
ink alll -ho* EXCFLLFNT RE- 


n*nar retiring from Du*lna«t. tea- TURNS aftar all ro*u tru-ludmc 
•nnabia larm* tnr quiik *aia mnrtgaga payment* Everything ba* 
rmers <0 bariar Ha** irad* Bnnk* bran IhmigM of in plea** DO NOT 
Open for in*peri 1 nn to bona -fide MIBB THIS SPECIAL 


biivrr Reply. Box . 4 . Victoria 
3 - 1*31 Pra*t 


,p„««ur DICKINSON 8 . DUNN 

• rOZ lux* *n>]ipmpm. including R*'k of Tha B»y an Arrna w«» 
radtn 1 • 


$1292 


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PUNDW ON hTnU and IMMEM- 
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l-arge and email amousu. tow m- 


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klirhan food prr>rr**|ng atr Full 
pnra * 17*0 L ColiU. 4 -RI 34 a«a* 
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lOdI fVivernmani Biaeai 


Kin' • -all D n M- Adam*. 
Name Phone 3 -.M 3 . 

BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LTD 

113 . RLANSHARO BTREET 

Fhnna .-I].] . 4 


FOR BENT OB LEASE BY OWNER | . 

fully e<juiDpad *er»t«a •lailnn and 

larn* on na* hilhwti ThI* la ATTRACTIVE PRHPIT^ 

a gnnd piopnatiiim im imin. man 1 r\rv^ I I V c rfVUri I G 

• I'h marhaniral aiparienca Bnx FOR 

1.13 Vtriaria Fra** ^ _ 

BESr” lOCATlD COPTEE^SHOP THE OUTDOOR MAN 

• n a thneing rommuniis, tail Frnli'a darlvarl from raoial and 


$2195 


$2795 


OLSON'S 

DRIVE-IN 

SUPER 

MARKET 

BRAND NEW 

'55 PLYMOUTH 
SAVOY 
SEDANS 

$2496 

SAVE $301 
ONLY $2195 

DURING OUR 
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BUT ACT TODAY ! 


OLSON'S 

DRIVE-IN 

SUPER 

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OFTM roX • M P M 


BUK'K H.«l*(* rnipe Dina- 
BtdtO baa'.' allila I 

$3095 

"'•"•K Btia'ial Ba'l.. 

"'T $2295 

">i* iftrH *,.inmt',' Arlan 
Bppilr** rnnrii- CO IOC 

■■■•' 4 iisi> lunar 4 )Z I 7 j 

bviPD Sedan Coa'mn m-wla' 

$1695 

PGRTIAC coupe 

bU’i'K Super r ,*iva»i ’''' 
Radio 1 -* ^ 


$1795 


f'l'iu *a •ode- 
pa*-ar iwo.rnne 
dainl 


Cnm* It and tee It rigM B«*T 
and nf rnniia *« have man* 
mnra tir*r-'-la*i u«*d rare In »to t 
■ I prIra* from at ln« a* 43*3 


BRITISH 

AUTO CENTRE 

hcadqdarterb pgr 
M r>RR|B UU VANGUARD 
TRIUMPH 

971 Yates 2-8141 

LOWCOST MOTORING 


Lauis Nelson 

''TUOR YANaUARO DEALER 
SINCE IMF- 

. 1 . Jonnaop Ai I t’ 'J ajT PtBder* I 

Cc BPOBTl BOAOBTFR, Ihoj 
JJ pappy 1 1(3 raiUMPH. exrtu ' 
live dr.van ' 

equipped _ 9 Z 07 J 

5 1 kA.MiLARO Ona eapar. I 
I LP.a.y F 7 nc' 

rnndi' ,in 1 / 7 D i 

M VA.NODARO SEDAN ts gpoo 
•’ll -ra o nai r ^ CQC 
dured (or guieg lai* ioYO 

SHOWROOM 

CONDITION! 

eg FORD FGKOOR SKDAM air 
JO mndiilnnar •nil***.; lira* 


|»UI S’.iir lan. unilr <•’ lirnirAD'V^p.r-,.i i»r« 1 ,„„, wnu l>c„ »-.• ,n« u„u I., 

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1111 Broad Bireet 


“Servina Vieuina (or o**r M year*" Otnraria*.r«ifa' iionarv a'l- Mnnin- 
u* — .. . „V — 'r-T-,. ■■ ...I . I* lurpnyar (« $AA Lo* rant Lie- 


1 KKKVICR I 1!*-! m# duanar. mrlurtad Pfra, I 4 .i» 

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‘‘j;Ta'r' i "EBTAURANT FIRST. 

'•'** Abpiiratlpo# will recolv* rt*.* equipment gnnd ouima**. neat 


lOCA T’-R^HYR Badan Rign-per- Mm Complau mUuiob rapaira i »q,i:V«„ it 
1 954 tmmanre ai.-ryluider V.r I 

Redurad prlr* RADIATOR 8 KRV 1 CR AND R«- ' f^*"*®.* *". 11110*1 Hauiermas * 

,M r/M a*'**— ExpfG. economIrbJ faai Ba* B'*“»barA \ 

$1591 l«i!.^" motors Y.ta. a. WE , HAVE MONEY^VmLXble 


1 O Cnup* B't paa 

* 'Jw langar mndai Earallani 


$2095 


TRUCKS 


54 $450 

-1-53 ^VaT: $950 

In'erpannnal 'i-TnB 

4 z PI k'lp . 5 ' 3 jU 

5 1 $1095 

48".-”ra .. $795' 

47 5i^' $795. 
54 :!rr7.r $7495 

30-DAY EXCHANGE 
GUARANTEES 
YOUR 

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All Tine Povments 
No Payments Till Lofe ' 
October 

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SPECIALS 

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MOTORS 

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Thru to View 

Phone 2-7121 

Open Till 9 D n\ 


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et* *iib a nim ^ < 7 nc 
rar guataniee , J I / 7 j 
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$1595 


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Tata* ai Muadra 01 l‘B«ft* i-l$ 4 l 

mi Al TO H>AN« I.N(i 
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Mih b.^r* or rummai'ial piap laROCERT rONFECTIOHEnV 


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rriH RAl.E HEBTAPRAHT FIBBT. Nhara faurn |i la .t (ler der for 
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halanra 7 M 4 la a gnod buy Ro* ligh' air la par Wa a ■* pruud 


In *ffaf a marina bu*ine«a whuh 
rani# baal* mnnrag* aella 'it'tinf 


ar.,. prompt *,,*„ T j'o'n.arrw ' “i L,' ". 7 , “^nn.; 

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am*!, mortgage* appractaied »• ' MY CLIENT HAB ALL CASH FOR .'»aW» mrraa.aii The pnr« in- 


lb retyiancmg. al»* pur- ; an apartmant bliart Muat ba 


rlugaa land biiildmc* ba't* 


rhaein^g marigaga. and afteemania ! gnnd rondlimn and ehnwing a *«*rt rir tmra wiih ainrk in f*ri 
'I?. *L HnrUr- I ravanu# Rny Gill nf Pmanual #aO C/\r\ 


Monmif m.'aiment plan tman'ing ' Y.g * sireal 4 -. 0 M 

aPPll- MOHTirAllt' LOANN~ 


r.? I*** I Bureav LM 4 -*I *4 rat 4 mb 




ravanu* nny lyiii «r Pinanuai --'•'T'lung daO CArt 

Bureav Lid 4-*I*4 ra* 4 mb ‘'»l» «4o> JUU 

CAFE AND rOFFFE SHOP IN PX- •_T*7T.’. ,*"7 ** *'*•** 

relienl lorailnn for **la hv nwnar 'V" da'aiia and amminimang 

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n*naf la rallrlng Rn* 10»1 V4c- ^ _ ^''"lan 4 bl34 ava* J t|i) 

tana P'a** ’* Llaa 4 1134 avea 3-Addl 


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OF A BUIUlmo LOAN ® DRYGOODB LADIES AND CMIL- v PW of 

j dren a •**' Oietae* a tpavlalla CrjVB 


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LIMITED I TO 

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MANTKD « W A.NTIX ro BOKKUW |V/ 

1 . TO 47 GEVERAJ. motor# OR ‘"VtST IN THERE WWL-” L'Y 
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BUY rBOCKB CARS FOB lAAH m.* '*“* •>"""* 

Van 1 * 1 * .41 Vat*« Btreel l-Mlb ^ 13 ^r*^, a^ 

FAWn. TBUCK 1 * OR S.-ION . '•"uaa FropeMy vtijg. 14 Mb^ lari 
arnord btW rath Phnnt 4 .d '.»5 41 »WI 7 '. re. 

AAA AA.AA^* - pai*"'* *i« jvar monin Freperly 

U* BOATS and MAKINC 

poR >Ai-K and S!;;/. 7 /’'*^;,;^:’ 

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DBjr^.BAffaifrr BRFriAie t Aaruri".* Ltd ‘ 

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(jnrMl dia’'lr* ApVIr lb 8 <rx Ibb 4 . MOONTAINB Urg* 

Vi. ..'la F"*», *'*“■ anm-laliamg in 

aleea and nreiar* ei, T'ar-rnund 
trad* Feur *,ra» land ranm lor 

GUESTHOUSE I aeuipifiant end liiiuree ThU U • 

real mnnavniekar and ,at||y band- 
Her* l« tn eiralleni apponuni'T >ad Br'ek* npon for tnapM-tinn la 
ItT 'ba wife 10 earn a nice mnrma bona fid* bur.r B 4 C ^C/% 
Ifom your r*n home TUI* bualnaav Frira llDt/jU 


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he* bean tn «#e'*'l*n In VIrlao* oR OWNn Win nenw i . 
Itt veer* and enjoyi ih* reium *f 
iue.i. rear efer year Enure pr*n. 

any i< in ..*» ate* randitiMi intid* ^ tl/!?™!?.'' 

,ou. rerei'ildn haU *reb*#v m A . J vd™ 

larie ‘Itint rm»m *1111 firap.ara S*'* 

t>iil-*l»e banaliad dining rnnm *»n 

layaly b'ilii-ia •<’lld oak buffai -a*. •* >••»<». 

mai Biniry and brig) I kitthan ' * *-»«» 


a 'f la.ia ijaann 


FAWn. TBUCK 1 , OR S.-ION 
arnard bVW rath Phnnt 4 .d '.»5 

U* BOATs'and MARIN e ' 
POR mAI.K and 

W AN'TKD 


'* -ta • »r 7 bra.pl'., beihr''nm 

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_ 1 r.ie J.H 3 « roam d aw »r •edr'wifn rtw eed eu ir- 

** BAMkU • UdB t B W 1 T U LAndl •' rlfa'* ini a'.nraga Mtame'it ll YoUrS foF $ 38,000 

iT -- i 6 -suite apartment 

R'*'r Norbwaitam B,”**. bfapnai'ioB f«, an ama- _ »-.rA a. 

•UN lIL'yi',:’.". bf vk'ori* Lid « 3 i vaiaa p""’‘» rNwhia inguira anmM 'i>>v Revenue $750 Ptf Month 

vtin *na ■***,, urn redarad (ret* -f,,ai t-wit* an- i ■ * —n \i gut handiei a ill 

l-.Hi I'f.'a 411 4 M Faaorrd * 1 '* Ineiroatlan* (r»m 'wt 


SERVICE 2-2111 4-7911 


riMm* piw* vlutwar *tih tepareta 
lo'lai and •**n baiin Abundan't 
a* rifa'r am a'.nraga ■vgaaieia'it 


CDBNBB admiral* AND 
FBOrtMAfT ROAD 


Id", or ynor praaent rar dn«n 
Ha-, i» 'h* beat in ,*•* *1 tn* 
'A*at( nriret 

b 4 niilmaa aatat* •**•* 4 i 4 *)i 

.1 Chat Badan 4 lbM 

41 Mala*** Tudor _ 1114 . 

31 Rukk DynaflriB ll>.l 

M Monarrh 8 a>i*n ... 4 lbi 

4 * Pookiac Redan _ glvl 

If you want tranaBbriaiinn in a 
fwid sre-war rar mu ran n**e 
'n* nf Iha** for 13 b bd month 
HI down (NviPtni 

I* Chav glM 

3 b Au'tia i’( 

, 41 fa, I radin haa'ar .... 4 JUi 
43 DM* .. ... 4 ttl 


OPEN EVENINGS 


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OEEP Al.RlfANrr BRFriAie 
"DTrc BoriOM FBlCbh 
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14 U J'lbmon l-b p IDv 


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liu * M**’:*'' • ^ »®*'Dvl tMd mon'Mf pav-wefi e «•* dnma.iir nnt •■-., 

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Cmvaniani Term* Ar»li*bl* 

ANOUB MABINF BALES AND 
PEBA'ICI 

3 IN OougiBa Hi 47 * 


IF YOU ARE rwyNBIDERtNG DB 


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I WWrv jruv«i/-kUJ KI HLB rOMFOUNUB 

WE CARHY A FULL LINE OF ** RHY AND ESU, HRET MORT 

5 1 FORD THAMM STATION WATlRFN/.iorMMr MArpHIAlS ■•(.* and agreemani* |*v iai. If 
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and Ul ler-mi- TAR CREikBOTB AN[ 


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Foi* of * ni(iriaa«e ai agraamani ***’ Weaiern Home* nowia a«)ovmg mi. nf 'he mo*i 

7 *“7“*'* Fromet Tatav 84 . ,*i»4ir iwraimwe The aulUa arb 

4IWI iiMaar!/.^. jJ,"^**** *-TD TTia 'Mr 4a,e<B'im |a bn ost- 

Iboi uovarnmeni 84 «.giy4 .lending 'aaiura There era J7-n 


miari H Li«*d| 


• ondrrlnl „ $595 J^CH 

,Q FOBD CDBTTDM BfDAN Blir* * 

47 nir* cairdiHOfk, «lt|i radio A 


COAL TAR CREiRlOTB AND •' Llovd * Rea, Eftaie *,vg |n*ur- 
F'TCH ana* Agenrv bib Cm/rinee Wraet 


COAAMERCIAL 
PROPERTY 
CORNER SITES 


Mta-be«r<twm a>d'ao eevan barhblarg 
end twa two Wdr«wm euiM* ail 

*«lf-"Wv'e >ned !■ I* hni ee-ar 
baa'ed «lih auiMiBilr Ml Thd 
C'wund* aia lart* end aurer'iva. 
•I'ui'ed Wiibin a mile and a hail 


FOBD CDBTTDM BBDAN Blir* 
nir* cairdlHOfk, «lt|i radin A 

^ . . $395 


JAI.AND MARINS BIIFPLIBBB LTD FfMm* 4 Mil cv J-lUg ours jiitj eUu*'*# W.ibin a mua and a hail 

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gareg* Mn* Fgiaa « I OivUU 'duf inidlMe* are ine| 4*4 Cbnlart 
■ M' f V Beowderi l-Wlf Btghi* 


3-5651 


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family $695 a'Idreii * * *' ^ aNrve 


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llbMRONUB f^r I'gBi i»dU 4 'tt < I 0 DDA 

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maining tateni rnrnrr ariBeriiet 
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Building 

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Faaiag Beater Lake Ftrk 


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■laAiaia *iari I'ullr tar' 

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far arrataal »'#/»•'• * a'» a«r 
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Is addiiiM (a. tuiairnan nttad'a 
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Msman' al Po<' 


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H'l r>ri>i"(ui |iui<a ouiicaia* ta': 


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"In a Aii'Riiow Sungain* ' 
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ran'if til raadit UlA.Mia. 
•raR-P Da>l firapla<p. aired <nr 
c.r r e ’an|» gat. coal or a^tidi 
aairtDPO'. furr.a>a ga.’aie laa 
.ak(« idimpdiaia piM»'Mi>ia 
ONLY tAAM rtKiIrt 
pvg dnan M.an" isna'ftir 
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tirrpiaip Dining r»sm wliti tir«- 
gUir Kiuhan T«o Mdrouma And 
ti4;hr»"Bi htat gardan «Uh UtHa 
i?pp« Urifp by and )I i'i'.atp*'.<4 
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latt'M liking taan llklR vao 
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al a Ulatfmc Mt’OT RR-L I O 
Painah «-MM ar 1-M41. NsrUi' 
vai'ara •aciutflM Lui 

UP AND tMtTn OUPIM POUU 
liar area near aaa aua. i'.a.'pa 
T^rra idsmi arid bath up d*t»n 
four lokrli arga rssm* t-d harn 
Ow«(i aatiMi'. 13 OM tia.1 nri't 
«II:M MrCandiPaa Paallr I-llll 
<-all Jar Lmdal «-*R» 

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flaocliar I raamt I badroona. 
rutrou* riwira and 3 fc aaab iMm 
and alio*'* Landa'aprd gardan 
Pfna mtSd. Call Pagahaaa 

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Land A' Invakiinani Agcflcr Lid 

r.lJlSPORU bLBDIVMJON 
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bpdrauni hMia 6u*0*UaUr haai 
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toil Blaasbatd al Pen a-Dll 


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S ) 650 Down 

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niia.T liBithpd kiucco btiigala* 
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■'ktaok rupbaarda marai tIr.K, 
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!ili a p 4C« * U) i«a badroomt "r 
1 U vau ukt tna Urgp brlghl 
lut rian aa c-i-sbir.rd liTisg roorn 
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Ui a"0 a nign r*i)tog lacatinti 
Triik (*a-bPdruo(n Itoma *a« baa <• 
lllullf built by ataatar ctaliratan 
|gr a «arr nsrlictlac a*nar All 
roMipt aia larja aith tnaar aiira>* 
Utt lia'urtt %:id Oii-O-Mai ' air* 
csndiiionad tiaai Thaia i> 't-acra 


■ FERNWOOD ROAD 
' SUOODOWN 

llptiYidid tarn ;] bam* *i n * l•rd- 
'■’f'mt aotl'a baua# naa t d*> •*- 
aiad ard is iaktly •undiilftn Pul: 

I batamani with Itma.a Itati '.aiaa 
j rarnar lat *iUi met laan a:.d 
' iiat> Tarmi at to* at Ml p'* 
■Main Uu'Ct pecupsn'k tan bt 

r, — p j^goo 

M ntae*.. 1-4113 nr a 
I Mr Brerl. 3-1II3 * 

SOOKE 

4. ROOM BUNGALOW 

Na» Pdar-aidi; a i-baurndw buret* 
io« Latte double '.O', iipai^ati't* 
I fr.,ni Ctri-jua r.i raoi' «ai:*i>- 
I pt.j iiktng r<^m rarpat and a I 
aibrr floor rnrarmat tuciuoad n 
I ... - .m« . « ' . • II 


If* m.» at told Tbapp ari‘ I 'tia Orpunda very *nl «aB» ' 

.art* t.»df«a«« lar«r btina r«m« «**• «*r* *“d ify “»'» rantiriKuna— _ 


INVESTMENTS 
CITY PROPERTY 


a. Ill |.i(p:ai', a lull dining rrmn. 
.aitr aL ii* ailciian «'llt dining 
aira .A mA.ri ftbur 'I'lilfi « •ril 
t fay tarfn. ran. a and hai •a r- 
A lutl h'fP baapnirni «iili a bao- 
« dfltp'in tarpep Alt- 


ing rnnni r'ainaata.a pttca at II 40S *llb BAY U>tAl P«dli BmHBD 

lit dining lartn. *uu l.ivina rwnn *'ib fireplaia. 

ri , ,►« CtU C r Birairr 4 1134. {iT,' i.nt.v.mt larga «iuh*0, h.H* 

lai *g’».- art*. 3-1434 ri'Piiaa Lo* tat'* ■“* 

IB a has- PLMBrHTOS MOLMtC» l.TO , ** *\ p„.p*„aalr pikad al M •« 
laa Alt- !0d3 riuttniiRtQl Btraat i z‘ i tiaai 


^'IT . .vnVt'r.'T? •T>.l‘?iTp‘-?fn’Va"'' * fUNCH-TYPB BUNOA* 

On* .‘f ipr beti r» ... »*• m r mnHiA,- mroiiaBti i 1 ir *• *•**•* ' Ik'sg 

V. 'or.a buudiPi .. J"‘_* »i, '*^,.^11 dom'I * liadraaqi* eabln*l •' ■ 

*• * b.and b» ma.Ur »ii'haa Pawbrota naih, u-.liiy 

Rivrnai 6v». IIP o'* p«‘ Ti.i tiom' being tgrri- room daubla garag* aita lamapl 


OAK BAY miAi R«TW«n CITY * 

<uui>'r l.irina romn *'ib firaplaia. | , ^ , 

xm; I'tit.v.mt B?» CottoQe for o Couple 

dUM’ ^PaaMnaalr iTiltad al M M® ' *b«ti**Aly naan aigem bunaa.o* 
Phwa cM*i, 3 pMi LI • u?!!. ““tu 


of par*l%* lA»d» baauillully lAbd* | •••! ,V,‘fa * 

ata^d *l-h raclMif fotk I rorartna. mn.ioad^ n 


p.a<ad Cor'lba !b» » 1 O 700 **". * “ * ' * 55300 

pnra atkao of jIZ./UU oal> kctm.- 


Mr Oiulal M Mr Cll'Ct Ur Ni.itnU S-llil I*** I-4U4 

t*ai t )*ei I 

PAAi. DAv cm ITU OAKCREST DRIVE 

OAK dAY bUU I H B'fikin* f al ract *a ipraa-b'dinom 

Ronch Tvp« Bungalow : L;".t^r»r':n "nUVn^v”** mI”. 

Mrt ih-tuglv noi. iikin« t.Mm .•.■i.r.i 

iNO JiCL» rabinrl «il'lt*d. P*mhroka 

TBit 3 .-t*ar-a'd buBgaio* *at'gain and utility renm immrdiat* 


rnana canti, 3 wasi 

Ja'mCM bay BPOTLEBS MOMf 
r'.i laomt and talfircsin ullliu 
riMffl antrauca Ball lUtl'laea Uun. 


ntw Bnma* TbiOiigB Ball Plan. 
hardtoMf ri4«rt iBraugnaui. cssper 


>'i laoma and taifircsin uiiliiy piplny fjllv tn*ui«iad rvin-ti*# 

roQffl antrauca Bali llrai'laea taun* ^adroom tilad flaor in bginroom. 
dr» turn aitia Plucnbltig U 1M aiira.tiva dtalng-roooi brigni 


B'rikin* f ai ract ra ipraa-b'dinom ' 31' bAi,«> pi 3-1. It or i-30d 

b.«ia:.j« otil» l*b ya>r» old m N M A DudIpx 

!«**!« rosdi' ua mrsuinnilV Ha* IN n rv U/UpiCK 

ih-tuglv noi. iikin« t.Mm .•.•i.ri 1 QOO Fcct Eoch Side 

room rabtnrl •il'Btd. P*mhroka , r--... 


r:;-.-!... or... S80.00E 

A *0 a 1 1. ‘ t' .;.'Mng lanipii*- doari ‘o a '»kpaniibla iiu>ar To 

Ina I •*> •sAtai *«4 li«» »l‘i •* ►*•*• "i** Y' K Waahina’un 4 114# 

.. . .1 - m ^ 'far* 4 Ilia att*. Inland ]mr»l- 

s 50^000 n,..,. m lm 

-K. a..iirt>Mat are a; PAIfiriKlIb HCVBNUB 


5ftO 000 ^trr If** it a» rap.. 

... .90V.VW p^^,, miBfi let 


■ar’n* l»3A ditan 


.aiamrat m*' floor Thara la a .main amotint of jioiavrir Cu UI3 Lanplay 4 add m iipBoKta rad nr.aklaal nook 


ta 1M aii>tn..MA*n h.i.ni » .-»*at-a» sunaaiov paih and UlUlty fc"!!* iiniaruia** 

^algtira laenO'v a:aeiria labtnet kitcnra with bull fj'* 1 *” .XL -!L\* 


y.B' P. a ur-rv'www 

TBa aui'idaif* arr • : 

!•»: » f'niad 'a l.r«i--'.a»a 
l»i»f I • > "n iKia 

Par ■!•'* I* apv ■ '<> 

Jn 

pn Tia t ■> < *3 at'l 'I "II 

A BERNARD & CO LTD 

t:» PORT frtiiKvr 


VALUABLE CITY 
COMMERCIAL 
PROPERTY 

2616-2616'. 2 Douqlos St. 
$11,550 FULL PRICE 

T*irifie vpl*.* in an aai'ilabl rbm* 
marrial Itva-ian BUiated #rfo*» 


4 190 >mn» .i| 1 3 000 IlnifBlna la ba dona a guM b .i 
tkpaniibla iiuyar To for a hand* man Oi>an lu tain 
Waahina’un 4 1l4t aUar Pr."d *i kibOO oa 'arm* 
att*. I.land lairki- Cun'-act Hatty Cati:> Jdhntiun • 
i 3J43 or 3-3141 


UASBOOWSB filfOI’X 


TIMKIN OIL-O-NATtr ME.AT 
full baarmani aura r u>tBad r wim 


tuBiraiiai* and t* italith'lull* on)* a) lag itovB aru lai pai KMiiO- 

aitua’ad on larp* landHopad <ni Hun? far IBI* nnr 


Thrra aaJfocim* a*tai.»ri‘ r.,inP-l* gariga Nt« durntd rnnf 

• uoin aim fircu ata < •'i»fr>K.aa n»trjan Iaad»'gpad Immad.ala nv*- 
b. vriu'-a* ..ui'iAndng '-alfr^i- 


|!C«34 gin-*! 'ertr.A 


A fit.* noma gi.d mrama Cldta i.fBoni itur'a Put galoa on I t 

H'a 'll Hi); Par* and tea Hi>'» Bi-r** VL A approval] ■*.# >te« 


. H'a 'll Hi); Para and tea Hi>'» •i-r** 

M'-e I'., p Vrr» auod itif.:i Migh b« 
I -n Oi' n \laili haai lauara'a nf-o b 
/a •]' Ha»r- i» lilt oi'.’in 'l•‘• ||3QO0 

(or Pill prtra II >30 i,n . . i 

Tanni I) SOD dtian Riai cpil map c 
3.3M1 or l-Mih .Mr Lugavfl 

JAMM BAV Oral 

Rrra I'nt 3 badr.inin lioma nood g .lu-a.' 
ra'daii romf^'air frarad rlina 


PUR KAIK BY OWNKN CUUNTRY I-*:!! 

IrBoai liut'O Put galoa on It . p.uitv IIOMK 

arr.. VLA Bpprovad -A.**!.* /O® '*^*^. * 

II..*. . .ith .Me. tw.rf.Mtn of Urr. u< - ItaatBOini. "•’*'* 


“••• arr*. VLA Bppro.aq *.»* iv.w 

High bg.am#* I nilb .aUa t..drnnm “i inrr. . 
ra'a (.(f-OMa'.r naa* CarP'ic'. Pri.a d'c *raifd 
113 000 la.a cummiaAimi Ba.imu ba>'« «•» 
>30 i,n . al Ul Naa'alt Cm**' O-an P** 

coil mad pt Nay HKfia.y Kainnt I* a4'&<* 

iMli Of till t.rl.ai.aa for no»i>» , 

m Oraa'.f Vulsrla prafarabl? Ca- 


VrlT SIO 

r.ta.a r*. 31 ■ Prail 

4 >3ia J-1333 


j.r «a»»d inlr'isr Naar arhaol* 
ba..« *ii.ra- IT *a f*400 PUB lu« 
d-an paymani Cal! ownar 3*1110 


$1000 DOWN 
3 Bedrooms 

A f'na f'ran lamd* h>>tri» ai'n an 


n.khad r w.m 'V* ‘® Mr Brunaf 3 11*1 

rfn.M.rf tnn' ra'Tad coiipla rlo*. to bu* »i»ra* 

rin C?;a ' Tnd°'*.:n'm:ny t OAK BAY 

510,500 II- 4 BEDROOMS - i 

Pra.in.. , y,rn,, „ ,ba t»ra|..nl r*m:lj Bnma «si>- 

”* , vary Up pnta af -J> I i/UW ,oi auh f#i» mam 

, Mr Oa ift* ar Mr Cltrka laraa , »lOi room tooA d. 

WN C«a< ••Itft? ritaotBia laife dimng tot 


OAK BAY 

4 BEDROOMS — DEN 

taral.eni ram:lj Bnma «iii.a'ad aa 
iiira .Bi auB rat* mainiaoanir 
iarga room gouA dm u.-b 

fitantaia laice dimng toaua and 
na*B loom rit ma i, (‘oor 0|*an 


97 nOl*SFwS FOB SALE I ««i|| Oldlaiilat VkM 27 

Swndav. Sept II, 1755 

NEWSTEAD'S , * 

57 IIOI SLS IX)R SA1J6 
OAK BAY SOUTH 

A ii->ma • in a .‘iria-ao.a . n a gu'fi |-, /*>. /->. . a i / a* 

li ar itr. wfcoad b> a .barmirg K( If ^ A |M ' V 

gififn -h:* him# ha» a»ary m»-k V.w/V..w/J \l V iPbl N 

a: nyla ItT-ii;- and Jinub .1. iu»* 

>n ..an (faiurr and va** d ffr'ani . 

;7a7J:Vng^:n:"V:Tr:c.‘^”^^ ' GONZALES 

$15,750 1807 CHANDLER ST. 

I'um. W H^M.Ma,.m a 3*IU1 pJVf ROOMS 

Modern Duplex ' easiuy-kept garden 

Y:tnin l'« Bi.la* of aii« rani:# »n | LOW TAXES 

f. 4b U'*a TI.I* »» *-.«.*• ni’‘f P‘»(m da a3 dti'Uib ' a «.•<«• 
-rtpri », 1.. »..a • .na p, , CiCAA 

'lindinm. .arga liiing r*-«p a •• * gun •f;m» 5O0UU 

t.ra dinmg rontp atr* .rnl . .. , .... 

b'.3*a"3U tak.r*p..(t h*ib * 'a 
r . .'rad tutura* a»i| moir.' tn.-drro 

( > 


.:.g a* rp i;..,.' «nd 0 .n;a *»i REVENU' 

i'.t am*" M «4 • •“'* ' •> powibi ' .aa Pu'l 

♦r».B.rr>. *4 W4 *01 •f.ran* ard ht«l tir tur***c# 

ii*..' lu.ipriia 9I/-.JUU «,..«•• .or* ■ ’ i -f li* ng ro..rn. 

1 B.i 3 I< Bai.i* ai 3/*'‘" mmn| fonm kf l.ao U'H'ik bad* 

N H A Duplex * :*r‘'arkrrfpm7n-‘’‘i.”‘’: 

1000 Fcct Eoch Side ira*i • rwucafl prica CTAOO 

Nnw i.rujct c v C -.r.-if* Tull Pf ra 'arm*' ® / UUW 

n' larrr iv.ng maia i*-.. r.rdtr-:'- fta* 4-fl414 

miia*L- *'..l i.Ll.f 3i'«'i'f. Pr-'- 

2nrc^!::UuC‘’'';;oo^^^ another best buym 
h.v fua i-..*a 51V. V5U brand NEW 

•r •, II A ‘'im* 

P.'ta ra.' H,»'i Pa-.,, . :l,n $1900 DOWN 

LOVElV LuVuRIOUS. balance $70 MONTH 
lasting gorge district 

7 R-X*mS, 4 Bedrooms a Ut fur your mouff m tM* rum* 


MIM '^'*“Jn'*»i2^V^*,,mi2ani a'lrgt ' *o aoY *pacio.i» laic.g’mom 
liTing room . All f*?"r» and duiina ronm ,araa klt-han. 


a.ih oak and u> i badro-im* Oil 
I'fkf *i'd fiatlrir «io*a Dfi»*-ln 
ga'aga rail f-lUl 

11 IM tXIWN VOUH BtUROOliU 


-n ..ban' *iaraa IB-mm %a.k to OAK RAY It 100 DOWN *-t;kf *t'd ^‘r.r *.om u.i*'**. 

inor- »: 600 cMPn *33 a m.-nlB n' 'lapa an tiirtrll»a lpn-yra*-j, d lA'aga f ai. a-JU* 

A'»;r.g IB 304 *'» rv>" hungalap nf ilucfo Il.ll .j, jxiWN VOUH BtOROOJdJ 

WATTHPROirr on iBt inroogh-ha l nian pllh largo .in*, m hu* achooli, 

trrto*i*lf'.a|arf *ia» of 'ha *a« *. liking irMm rak floor* and tnarrn- fgn h HmitA a»a« . 

f«i'.w -t.pdarn tiungaie* full baaa- i"g (,*ati!tpa. tpo baiHnnm*, «ani- . .ly.^a. t-llU. Hoiark 'Rear.? 

mart •alar Baal *aparaia aar nai iiirhan olitj »nack oar »iuin» .iiga.i«dta 

a(v Artk.inl a »aai» oM Rrdgifd and faur-oia.# ba(r.rat*fn Btpart’.a — — - 

It* tidbM fnr auifk tala Imma- a* Pri * 

d'a'a po4«afT6n Rntind luaann miinUi.y U 

DfCKlK * CD HCALTY R'il'y 1*311) 

• U Pnrt B’ 1-43I3 a>a* 3-3HB* „- 


t4 Pn '4 at *a IV) - rt ao.ocxa mMEN CHAitaiNO TOUR AJ> 
mnnui.y Mri Nurntdga. Rl'k* gm**. bt «'>ra lo arranga far ua- 
Realty t*3in4 Boytimt murrubtal dallyary at |<wtr Dally 


RBOOCBU irm quick balx 


NEAR JT7B1LCB 

Pngr-rnnm aftollr** hunialoP Pllb 


frnm*\ict..ria''l*ra*» f «d*Thara I* H-a • ra*f yal .a TBraa-kaar aid nUa *maU gardan A full ia»*nV cOLWikOO POUR-ROOM XTOCCO 
a Ban.t p’.iB tu I ba» *'ur,o t -.mi.f *a» iBrnuab hall ba<ainani and hol-alr furna-a hung«l<ip oak floor* ihrougbou-. 

tan- 3 0 Pith : *5' * • Kli-ban and *-p't b.ihroom I m„rt„p tahinat kiwhan lour.p.e.t 


bairaflient ilf*** la bu* achooli, ' 're»' f'r OWNER lA BArniPfC 
.hooping Call H Km.m e*f . D-’O THIR AS HE MUST MOVE TO 

4 1111 nifica. 3-13U. Hoil.rk ’Really VANCOUVER tQ7tV7 

I'd nik O'ladta _ Pun pcra 50/UU 

when" CHANOINO TOUR AXb 

dra**. ea «*jfa lo arranga lor ua- * >•* p* 

lolarruptal dallyary at year Dg'ly # t -tcA Pk/\v*ik.i 

C^leni.t by lalapbooing f-4lii Cir- $1750 DO^A^N 

' il.'ion Otbi t . j a* 

ioCw.« 5 -'o 5 i^- 5 -eto-cco Hamg ond Revenue 

buna.i'ip oak floor* ihrougbom Tbtfa room* and b.ih on ground 
_nrf.r« eshinat k.iehan loar-D-eia Uoot and 1-rooPi aulia a >4 Min 


A .n. f.; n '!m . hTm" -I'n an I ^IGH GORGE AREA ‘7.’B'Vr,.'B“ ^J.-'orurir^d" (1^ 
;;:"od-'.:aii.,':r.:),ir«*tS $ 1 400 Handies 2rpT«r'ra:..nV'^>it'?;:'.^n*>’‘i 

inmiV hliV’ru^? 0*:ithi. I rnopi *Pi*'.- Ut'k Ciraa it •cbool* Bhoptilng 

r ough B*. p.ih |6»m did rondii.oo tntouthout Vary.nka a> d iranipariation tf 1 X, ArkTl 


bath PUih badri'om un tr.ird floor 


ut'k Ciraa it *Cboal» Bhopsitng n»'* 1, Cf. 'ei b.'.-r.r-i > b ‘ ' eammi va.emrni »iu» >• 

a'd Iranipariation tf I X. AfVl •' t* p'-ma.r.. O' -C. M*"« aar*** au'O ri. haaitng a.afrig 

Vary good I alut at i I OrUUU *,'a i»»iy fen. td !‘-i:- *i d.'t.f'l' Doi %*'#» In • 

EtclJkSTt *g»rri4 -* e' .gardan vary ae . a- •> •'.1 •)»:• '*1 arag and coonartad »• 

Mr PaiuTn* ]”gt‘ evr. k-lll3 and ■ t..na... - • , mubMPki far $8900 

li"ob#.'h 13 000 tfl7Q7C P'*'* — -JiOTV/V 

WHITE COLONIAL .. rolij .y *"* 

4 BEDROOMS czDKi\Znnn‘^cni,D ' SAANICH 

OIL HOT-WATER ^ BEDROOMS 

HEATING $1200 Down IV3 YEARS OLD 

Tbt* in rna tvpa of Bnma ohi.-n roryp;*-' . -e.ie, n'«,e • Tn • fam.lt AIITORAATIC HEATING 

.iffai- tha mo*i <«i gr.fioit .'king h'to# rnn «.n« naamra i.fta 'tvn.i nu » i-UYirk i iw iiur-\' i 
and B** lUa makimun* in uw! "J d:n.n« • rn k ■ hen 'n ' .p», « * a ■ < v p.tnead *'« *i" t hi g*- 
»narr N.'p larapuon hall oilh u'*-i oadrnnm. -- rfe<, u I" ...« t.aridk 't* "ari'petr'a’ "ft *r.d 

• iBiraa* 'o four bedroom* ai'd fi*ur>b Baae«t»m ana ran rrrr a* l?3 • -.il •. d *••»** taMng a' a 'a'y 

MUi Main tloof ha, :3*H lik.t.g tn .r''';, »a bt*«me-,i ly.- r» . ts .'nab a rr rr u*.ni rrtoin l**i4 


Why 

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ANOTHER BEST BUY! ! 
BRAND NEW 
$1900 DOWN 
BALANCE $70 MONTH 
GORGE DISTRICT 

A hi fur your moiiff lb thu rnm* 
r* ' tiw.i'k ■bd -imtig bangai'-p. 
Tnru h*.. |i.aa apania* <d 'iOglVi 
it*.ng iponi ai'ii loman Ui* lira* 


furnac* kaoafa * garagt and nn **nn»*B.wTi .r««n 
a Bic*lyland*rap*« loi pith (rmi 


pining room bdamumi i.r‘ng t«rm and dan An p*nibc<}Kr balB Targ* attaahad ga 


naarnoni i.t'ng iu<.aj anu u'u rambc<}Cr oain lari* 

a* •:.anl pfaea far a mupla Plih raa« am} b-aeifwa* |3 3M t**h «r f*’ an *>**» Jubilaa Hmp^i Ea 


tart IIMI* aipenra tor naaiing 
Noma rttnta It *>3 Mr l •'n* 
aye* 3 -ngi Bayn* * Tadar Agm- 
tla* 3-1131. 


t.eara't offal Pull yrica k* ktt 
Phunt l llM 


•r ntghi Hair; Rnfar Ltd 

GROCERY BUSINESS 
SHAWNIGAN LAKE 

An ft *i.an' and ■iir'ving *-«*'< 
bi .re** *P-1 Ye" I’naat IraUI.- 

lira n Pori Hmfraa Idaai (am.ly 
np"*>d «t«fe Bindarn hatgia*. 
a.nrt r.araT. •• • a IS cn» Vary 
tf 1»in h‘.i.' i.» Bkatar* fear 
at.'** • el.* Pi a-kftr *■•* a'A-1- 

ii* rti .’.ir* and i-rnrim b inga uP 
nr.eb. Ta’«i rani tmly ti33 par 
n. n 1 Aee 'ni* iiaJa* IjI, pi"** 
f-.^.mm'da-. J995Q 

..•"ng P>a»a ail tn* 
V W n Cinar.'n 8C Land ani 
in«ai'oiaB’ Agao'i Ln >33 Oov* 
arnmati' B*r»y 4-41H 


atr-rnndi'.rctd ><il Baal Many g| { 
e.'ra leac.r** You can . d'lnir'ata 
rnif houkt (ar tUi* pnia Mu>I ba 
«oM «nd . an h* had at a i*a Inn [^, 

r r rp at no ISO 8a* U and you It . f,, 
4T II Ca’I nnp Hufti Ka*<*rn at 


raawi. ’,V, j.| • BRtvrWOOD BAY NH E \-MOOS* 

rrmn rauag# eln** «d pglaf nUB »* v/iAXADIA VA/CCT r*.u#iTieni nutiuma, » 

Many tiKHirviWN arTRACTIVB TWO- aaliaM tia* W#lt-i»-n*i: a*rpa- VIL.IUKIA Wtoi ••ucfc« huBBalon nn h»*anifn 

• b..n*^p ^ ,„ g ro..*i. and fP6 iH-dfonm* , _ l«*>b PHh^ Mrapltre 

nil- i.yna fonm *iiB PiraoUra *'>b *U» fd *unt6nm LOW UOwn KOVment |„ ipiyndid mndU.nn iBfdMgnn.il 

arga din.ng <oam. kitrh'n u.rad »' ‘-»i'i el*h. »‘'r'4»4' Kpoil'ta t'.i-rn.ai huma on high 8aoar*'» g*'**' and pnoW 

far aUriTM rang* V»neii»n blind* I’l- -i ' Kaaimg t 4 ^ *«r .|iind Ineanoft rla»» -n alt ton- t«r Pricart fight 5A750 

rgll B.in b»*tmfiH hat-air fuma-r miNWOOD - KllXAUlB AREA Thi* bat-.iy latiuia* *1- »nh aoma 'erm* at wwr -ev 


rrkiant «*lua for amy is ibo 
Plea*a '*!! B E Pornlt, 
a-iiii i-mi 


It Ih* lap P'lc* af .jrOJLr 
Mr 0*‘tn( dt twr Clatka 
r.k** I'Mgi 

FOUL BAY— GONZALES 
Brand New Bunqolow ' 

An • •( Itkf-rnncn *rurc« bunga op 
Pith full ba**man' 4Mk* in garag* 
oil nr pdod and coal turnaea a 
df«.rad Ready f»r oerupanrv t” 

•pMr.»v‘.ii $10,600 

Mr Hill 3-ni3 Ekf. 3.13M 


CicU*)Ti agtm* 

Mr R'aiunn ]**l4t e*r« 


WHITE COLONIAL 
4 BEDROOMS 
OIL HOT-WATER 
HEATING 


$13 975 


IPd hadrfum* (diir.pTata »i*i»l. 
Pi . rem<ni Voamahi P.ib dr.kf In 
tar**' au'd r|. haaltna a’.er'rig 
d.'T.f':' Ddi %*'** fa a ra*«im* 
a).:* '*! area and coanarlad lb 

J-rr.’. - $8900 

ALao M'lUb *»a» 1-1133 


SAANICH 
3 BEDROOMS 
IV3 YEARS OLD 


JAMES BAY 


rnnm p.ih ptt.'v bar n.pdo* din- d.rad far qu.:» >a a la BOSS* r.i; 
IP* ;nam i3»tf ipn-j-ia.* aarfi- J Mjrr*' J I' I , r f\r- 3-1413 


Toucan. d'ln.i'Bta batlroMn *;«■ r* b.iiuatop ibtaa- It. iki- g ro*'*i' 'T?n»<>nm 

Ui< Bn. a VN»t by ),tih nua fiying tonm *iiB Tu,*«*>»'-a _ “''b •!**'* 


Bitbtiad i>a Quauee Rirefi nf*' 
Pa.hanianr Rulldlni' a'j-r-wtir 
•'uchfl hungal',* no hakamrn* 
livrna fonm 14»>4 Pllh Mrapltre 
In apirndid fnndti.'>n iBrougnniii 


Kifefi nft' room large < irhen Piih n.'dk Tt> *| 
fj-'-wim ho. le .a higtily ra. ''irmanaad *' 

, ir si 1,300 

iBfdugnmil B,,-,r.in, 3 4111 P»»» 3-11I3 


NEWSTEAD 
REALTY LTD 

:«4 PORT NT 


A . <V p.IBBad a'e'i’. 1- hj'gl- 
..•« tiandk 'ti ''iri'peir'a' "ft •'.A 
■ ■.<) B' d •'•ra* laMng a' a 'a'r 
f frtOiR Jt»li 

v;’h nomab 'la (.•epfare 1 ..'C 
•r.nn’'a ama* »;• W"* 
* VB p'. high uayiigbf ba**- 
m'B' nr.ka-in garara Lnl lOklNi 
ileiAa mnr-.cBCa a>all*fala tf QQCA 
Ttrri<« fr. * aai.y jVTJU 
R H* r « . I'JIM 


3-tll? nr • li*4 K»p»ttaa fltally ,a.jndfy lu'.» UK i* Maf4i Aakm* ■»,in-fdoift (awiIt boma Pull 

iro IM Par- Btraai __ _ 14 ,X bai.n,# a* **"i. 3« m-'h^b #4 T*»a* "* 

im DfJWN Wa. ana Blrfai Ra aptPO j^g dood PUH n*.r« PTIbb 

F.y# 'aom Mu.. ' bungalrfP *r I 6P1 »*•»»' _ M-Tandi-' Ra.*' l-••.lt Cai 

aq II Oil-O M#Uc Bot aif haai -ait.a ip pau can iJnal r -. * >•*.» _ 

bt '*" b*-B *.i m»ial P.fiO-,P .a.i Hign P#<«P«Od Nf . .y d». ortlfd I pre r?* /•.,*' 

• . . Ai-nm- a III to-.m. Oood family boma VUU »i 1 aa Ban .'mail Birc.t r ,a a 

fr. »•» f....k m'» B'ed Camant *!•»•- haMti\en' Pri a |‘I39 d* iiaar effar vii' > i-ltl0 Tayloi- 

«aj« arid (triT'pav if a full b'.gB Dori t dalay an Uii* ona Call t«ma- caii a* n ^ 

;.,'#nien' • '■'> 'a.iitdry lu'** .ad «!*•«• -Ban' M. Ar.id* a fill *hi * L 

a,f trif Boi a«ie Till* hr"n* 1* (ve* 

loiafully da'..*#tfd BrBmli «na ALPI 
blnek Pu.l Bl.ea 114 144 P'f *P- 

• o.i men' ,1.. »>a a Ed f.*ia a' _ 

r 41" .Sf«*'.aad Raaliy Ltd. id 

Ptfl B‘ y»f!a 


ffa* a-gg«l| 

ALFRED liWIfHAl.U CO LTD 
fail Braad Euffi 


BECLUBtnf* NEAR HEA 
Naip •* «a.-|tj*‘nn and a«i»ndaiT in ■ 
fina ti«f-;onin l'yf-»a#r iNnaai-rp 
Ta*a* dfiif yav Hf*i.» f«r »»* ihan 


tl 3«» OOVkN 

Early Bo*4*k*ldn on thi* dandy faur- 
r»im aldar-UM ouniainu •itua’ail 
m Vlrlnnt Wail. •»af» aniy *>» 
B.p IdundiUO'r BfP rnnf naw 
• trtnr lotmae.'aia inrnggh'u 
aangra'e gaiaga pr.. * « -n tan la’d 


rOOK-HlUXlPE ARKA RBVEN 
l•.n•n tg’ull; boma AH 
feor UH kOi'bd II :0" i*"*4 

Pull p:l - l»PV* MfC.nll^a*. 

Km"' Mill Call Jn* L'n4*1 
4*111 


I'lr'ita Hvirg moBi ipo full* | 
'.red bari'iinoi* arga oa.l laid •' >' 
Yf etrpf. and fimaoeiainf* iyf*«'.t-| 
■j.i lardan I'-tr* nnlv i43 11 "al' 

• ■tm* ayailaeia tfiDA/N 

P,.i; Bfi a 5O0UU 

Plaaet gg.l K MarNamarn. 4-fill 
3-3603 

HICKS 

REALTY LIMITED I 

HI4 DOUCLAB BT 3-3IM 

OPrOSITI HOOEON B BAt STORE 


Hill 3-lt*J P'e* 3-13M 


HEISTERMAN & CO. SEE 3827 CAREY ROAD! 

U3l Blan.hafd B';**! "JUL >»* FOR INSVEcniON i 

-- -- - - WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 14 


OAK BAY NORTH 
SECLUSION 
TREED AREA 


R SONS LTD 


di'a Kf aypo'-'Unani Thi* i> tr»iy 
a da .uaa fgnri.rr rwa.iiUul * aa 
Bmi* ad *billu.'k datianad aoil aa 
par f riiM.if.ieitd by a rfu'itanir 


, ur Id .BP TV' 


SPECIAL . . WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 14 TREED AHfeA 

QUADRA AREA , p RDHWM ^ 

Very Attractive Buy ■ H. K. DKUWN | *’V^'';i''"y/V^ 

Ha, a i» Mf 6f IB# moa' a ''- ■a ^ RONS LTD 1ST llbO , par y <n...;f.,ei*d by a rto-iianir , pratM«lon*ny-nBl*n»d 

f.i I'.fnam •I'll.'' rungalnak I h»\a .... •nr-.n ar pROirx 4*7111 I ajidf !m t.,. '•n > ..ma Ha* RCMfl'R » ♦’' fj-'.i.a 

«aan l«r «-irt»a '.ma Ali fnnrM at* rodin* 3 hadrpxiin*. ui.iii* ’Hi and f.rt? #fr taU* fn’il. *uK- 

V#*r good gar. tan and furr.aca re>nm paroua' naa ' •*' ' '®' ba'ira'im nr bobhy c". rn. 


'bi tv-rn 30kl> Beparau dining 
• -rm M'daffk MtrB'fx '•ir*# Had- 
rrooi* Po -• Bl'h*r.i»tti ri*i- 
n >r-l ullK prara(«ti>nally-flBI>nad 


CITY GROCERY I i",a/r‘i, Vb.* , ;;'’rV4V‘W;/RVr‘’%-i:^ 

I A I JWW rAKI paa \ CalA M API KttRAtR PfI 

Short Hours ,.y,ng roam rf.nmg room. Birdyoon ViaVoriA 

Rar. a A ba-'#i b-iAina*. (v a In* bH'h*"- fbur-piart 8#tut.i.'* oi vifioria Ltd 

B. o»nar laimni P»:ai Pal-ar bdlhrnom. inr, bodroom* througfi koYAL OAK ONLY 1 MILSI 
ln#n IIBfl par day Vnmwnani .n* hg.’I. fall BtgB batamrnl and fu»* from town Madam 4 rnom bun 


pontk.ROOM nVROALnw. U'Rl a-rtors/NA. l_lCAr^ a-CAA 

lea dirri'* PttH daaamr.'i dt.'a-it] ^ GORDON HEAD GEM 

garagi Oil-O-Maiu n.i haai ng TUPiOR ^TVl F 

liNbO 13*44 ArtaB naianr# 313 I ULAJfk OI f UC 

mna'hlv Ph.wa 3-im Baianlay 


' K.a>a.NaMi thi- homa i- anik |4 
I '**'* oM and la immaculafa .ap- 
I rf.M-B iiirnuih.’u* Hurry (nr »h:» 
66' A'klBl pnea. •fib tf ZQCA 
aa" lar- 'arm* JIOPJV 

T'ace a-k (nr Mr 
p.a* ].*21* Day* 3 KM 


E50UIMALT 
MODERN D£ LUXE 


f'V' - m.ni ■•lUfV'VAU Air-rondi* 

• ’h •F»*t In I Oik Vy*)T\\ 

« iHr*tfff$ in*v U -yt •ftrt iftrjHUrvf 

• 1$ f'|53 m*^r■^r |E»*i ni 5lu*ri Hftfl br.>k 


• a.y Mur. i bunaain* .* r*m '*4 ’h* fm-i nf iBa h..u*a do 


*>a able a- a .na pdvmtni dnun 


».pg and «ar4« of rupbotrd* and .*r,a-:anai 
fnrm.ta-rova'a.i en iniar* rti'-O- R#du. '4 pr; • 


pm "f ILinddy 


a ud#* »*ik-m taolar meal f'loi’P'*. LOiaian on '#rg# pi^ 

ah»»,a-" •rirt.ng n-«inin». •>"» pf‘*«iy ruli p'**'* »* > 
a>- Hmiri 134 10 134 »lr..ad Bun- tanr.* Ptjoiia J R tu# < 
dav* and Wt.lBa».l*y ■ftyrn'im* bat* » 13il fvaa and Bundar 
Pric# U I* 4*4 p!u« »luik bl ibkni-* »♦«».» tuya*imanr Ca Ltd 

<abnui 31 4M. Thi* 1* • ganuiit# oak rav iiRuaNDN RLUPB 
oniurtuniiy and a ning eoii'am MY llPLANOli BLOPB 

Ir.;p.l|ga'* ini* r.na Prfa* I* D* ^ , 


BatutKi** of VifloriA Ud HfW nVE-R^V >*aU8E , 

nnUAI OAK tkNLV y'uiLKR Ov*n for nn an ' *•"« »«"« N’*b piflur# •'.B- 

gan« i«d b#droom*. four-pifc* runoingBam Road, off pariiana. 
balhruom Daraaa «iih iBra» arm E’gii.ma.' 

Hara one 'aulfl m#»a • liatflc I'fi . , e-Asta ***!> til MONTHLY 

vr.r.;-;*“;..Vy’i.r r..;r;r ir p^-ir^p-r 3 T«-w rb.Ba 


'3ia-H. A itaUgntlul a»<an-mn(P 
Bnu<« aiih *aflti>iDn and Kaauittui 
vie* '( Mdunt Dakar Juit on* tfkr 

O'. * (iiifia rr.n'Kia oi a eharm 


SUM f.'inc rnam fiiaplar. «M''B '"7; 

A*. AA- A ..MA . «A * A^M lKm.4.eA.aMaA ' M»1'F fAFFM 

l«"*r'd*!:. i'''*tl.V6"T^-B ‘:LyV.^? 


and *ai.-‘d-#*,l latpaiHig Mintxi 
(ti-f ng klU'Xy »Bd Pr.- k 

p aa‘*r ai>aaiaB( garag# pi'l* 

;:.Vu,r;r;. $15,950 

J B Ra'rman a*.a- 3-Vi.-# 


SPITTAL 


3310 BRnao 


B*.a LoiBiad on 'arga pmparty ga.fi* ,«a b#bronm*. four-pl#<# , CunoingBam Road, nrr 
• lib privaiy Pull prle# ft.kbi an Mihrmkm flaraa* iiilb iBra» arra* E’gu.m#.' 

teiiT,* Pttoiia J R Ia# 4-114* Hara ana 'vulA m**a • liatflc I'f' /-abi# a* 4D tkl MONTHLY 

day, a 13il ava» and Bjodar- fa- thy actaata Taxa* only 4’4 Bafiall *3 i^ad-b^room ran .Or 
un.» tuya«imanr Co Ltd dran naymaoi *'H Bandi# and / ■ .. f M.,nih« 


(I'apla'f and ahlnlng oak 


Ir. na* (ubdlkKiob Baa 'Bvi aaik- 

St 2,600 

Hr Ma'PB'lana « 1111 Ra* 4-kll4 

ESOUIMALT 
$6900 — 56900 


and fompact alarttfc kiunan FAIRFIELD NEAR PARK, $6900 56900 

si 500 - down . sisoo'c^.a *,-,**« hn ..m. 

Up • grarjdiu tUirNay i« a co.y 8rt.*«nm#d bung*:.* t r.*.|rv'ra ' "’f" * *1' ^ 

pkn#li#d d#n and ooa mot* b#drocm ihrougb hall full hacammt hoi iV 




tan wtah foi Ilactrlc «ncB#a. dm- tai.in aiib fii.Plaea ‘'-b »V*“ « l.itriTwrk i-3143 Vu- 

Aifaciiya ip.mmacH ll.gn nil r.y- ii,g m.U'i. ••» a-cw •.a«r«.in. "V “r?‘ k.TI!L»**L“iLoii.V Lr-a na*l«’ #•#* l-Jibl ■** »*>’♦♦ 

..MAMM tfue f oor*. tBroudli hall, (all b**amp.kl. nlc# kiicban •guippad biib #ano »"r « 


Ou pfrtmatar heat and 4rty#>1n atr furnat* Baa' near C.'ink thup- 
garaga A Iarga gaidea In laaii* ping a#olr# Onad CQXOD 

and natural atata .pit hmiu JOtV/V 


Mmiurai Plata J17^90Q houM 
U(« Durotdga. 3-3104 anium* 


Ur Taylor. 4-3KI. a*** 4-H03 


Pambtokp o*fhr'>ofn In lary good 
loga’.ioti Atk kboul UM do«n pay* 
mant 

Ur Mai Parian# 4 111J Ra* 4-4314 


A|»1 » inrrefi pnr.a'r 'ea.ing ann . . Np'tmao P-. a • l-'U'-# 

man* fa*»-ta* Ihaf fiava JO ba leat' '' ■ "'-'fman a*.* a .* 

in Ba f.illv ai.pra^.'iarf 1* 304 1 

hand.a* a' Itl *36 ai-h «a-y a.i.ra . OAK BAY 

PwaMinn I 

SEE 360 LAMPSON ST I pjjLL BASEMENT 

Oanar m'>'int I’p-lkland and mu*i _ ... ....... 

*# : 'hi* djiJiiy lk.'ma Piv. IP*. Dn * gu ai *iraa* inuih nf iha 
ei'.., rrwi.r' *nrf I'kfo.iin hail a pven.ia > i.g*"* •>.B *i» 

3-pief# aaiBrirn and a i-oia** *> '" .J’*'' ■•l'«'r«*a 

bAtlUfmiB "n II-* m#fl finor PNl. , > " ‘ Ti*a4l> 'afail in 

huh ae'l.ng baaen.aal Oil-O-Mar e ‘ haat i j!’'':* h... md '.hnnl A 

hni aaiar Ba*ung A ha*.>u(ul tar - Rf'l P3M1LV HCMR anrlti your 
dan »n a Balf-Ofr# aetUoa Taroi* 1 ••-•P'' ' ' Yn *laa plaa«* fall 

a!,". 5U.950 <10,950 


All>acii«a Ip«m’m*nt H.gn ntl ra*- 


llig i«u*l> 'an guCM ..aarmunp no* 

*n.'i#'''Md muiimiim uokpap Pna fioof*. tbrougb haJI. foil b**amp.kl. nlc# iueban •guipbao aim #aoo mta — - .. j I U/ 1- O I - J 1 1-/ 1. 

i.'l-ennYaifiad "mna rtro- 14 1» pU-O-MaUf^aaimg. Bandit aafh- TtfREE - BBOROOM STUCCO BUN- HIIPI FV 

»i» annum Parmangni lanaMi »ng machma dri*a-ia garag# Pina Bpaeitily pnea^ #i II W #•*« «« eld. tapafaia aar* UVJrLCA 

Ideal f!a*#-.o Inra-tao fk>nm*d da- gardan Ii •III b# a pira'ura to ah'*. “b J" aga -^jr' -401-11. E*ah attlui of 3'» raem* l» 

I*.'. Bi ihu aflica tf-TT enn >“« ‘hi* allrtruy# prcpartr Rfaa** Phooa . 2310 _ „ T»f»* a-nMdarad Phona „mpi#ifly *«:t.owitalnfd and ##p- 

A*k.ng 5Z/OUU S°2i,V'’ WATIRPRONTAOE. TWO ACRIM. O-lblb araia. ba*ln« tb«lr *>an tMl-aairr 

_ „ , „ Haa*if*d R«*liy Lid too -,,,,..,,.,.^10 *iu'ra liualalad. on main FI-OOR haatino uiuu. m«lar» aad garaga* 

^*'oTeIr"!?“V*an.V»’*T-OM“a ® »• hard«4 fN»f». »t*a rnnm. P'*»» fJa* mUM Oak Danri and lirap’.aea m IB* !l»- 

OTnr. ,1 n fit I AKK HIU. ON A QUrPT RTRtrr ihraa-piara baiB and g7l*a.fn g*'*g» full b»#*n>#ni r«:- *“• I®.. dlnaM# 

'TAvi/sii api-rrat ITTI 4 1100 D* >u»^ nualUy, ona. oanar bom*, oataca Naar atora* »rnool and oartiru.ar* at HM P»<»1 -*1'.'^* 


$14,950 

OAK BAY— 57950 ! 

2 LOTS, WINDSOR PARK 


24 400 CU FT 
ON A SUNNY SLOPE 


SIDE-BY-SIDE ! HIGH QUADRA SPECIAL QAK BAY J?iU*Vnr^:^aib,rr^; cU! 

rM irn CV ! tiahi-j#ar-oia arhu* *.ding 3 a- | ,Jol>*2m* «Mt“tuiiaLa^'(or^a I t#wi"f*ry Homa Magacm* ** aii 


i Thu Mlim tf OT enrt >“« Prcpartf Rfa#.. Phooo 1 2320 

•ithualf. . 527,500 «r 2-0111 # waTIRPROT 


Poe IpolflHbant .0 .1.. ^r.lJ J D pnrl «l enL«2 r*VE 


TtffiEE - BBOIIOOM BTUCCo BL-*- p.i ini CV I Hohi -iBBr-old •hiu *.oio( 

gplo« ilB yaar* aid. caparata aar- IwfVJrLu^ i-j«« kungaiaa CO autvmai 

age rlo*# lo pcftoal and bu* >d0t-H> Kaah ittlia of 3*» raem* 1* •*»•» Baa'lng Niaa loan an 

1*130 T»t»* aanildarad rtkona „mpi#ialy atlf-owitalnad and a#p- d#n Clear tf » I 

■ -30IO araia. baying tbalr «*n tMl-aairr, tttia ... .p 1 > , 


0T6f.;a lyan.ng* J-OJ40 ar ^ HILL o.NVQUfrr'imierr 

'TAvi/sii api-rrat lldi 4 lioi D* ‘u** oualUy. ona-oanat bom*. 
TAYLOR BPfTTAL LTU 4 IIOB maunt#in. U»- 

- .;,g *.>'.m nil firaplar* and *i>acio 

aipdow thbint room i» Otil uyig 

WAN FED AT ONCE !;■„!;» “Br.: 

C"mm#ffiai and Ba*iB»'a pr«p#r*y '* 1- «.*.»"«' a ■ n i#.. •• 

In* a rilani lr«m #u'- #f *«»« ‘la'I badroom*. latt* r.,'*ei* fit’ 
Apifimaai buHd.ng daan m«i' t'*da nat flo-iti tUrnugbr'.i' P-i 


ouB City *a'-#r light Tat** 


.;,# *.»'.m Ba* firaplar* and i|>acioj< Raduead pr'ea from iliwa m 48 ago 
aipdow thbint room i» Otil oyigni ph.in# Bnnk* t-u Uunat Ba 


thar oarttru. 

Road 


ki'-pap i> a «Anian * dream, 'a* 
rr-'Pd Irldga ifirouih h*» 

' ■ ■ >ire|.ni*.rn«enin -•.ita'ii- 
• i*'1 badroom*, late* rl.'pei* fire'- 


Laatii'C prnt fl'* 


■ V OWKEfi— OAK BAY RTUCCD airKtih and «l.l apara'* una*«l4i'd 
oungaloa thraa *aar* old Ihf#* or ocrurv an* and li*a rani lad 


naaUTig uniu, matar* aaa garaga* > w. Tatlor a-aioo Kvaa 4-too2 
Oak Danra and tiraplaao in in* Ti*- 

T.V!!:; Eu'.";..*’?:',!' lansdowne slope 

bfnia baih and ima gnod-iiaad bad- A'leniina ranrad r-uBl** a"d 
roam Eaab luila rant* ai $04 i»ar |,,.dg Ri.-a rlaan ah.W •tuc- . * 
mikltih and «t.l npara't una*«i4i'd , bungalna nil furnk<e Mp' 


I 00 autamailc hat- tf 1 c rtCrt I* *ba vary raaana- | ^ ' ,g,„„ . ,-Mnad madam dream 

Niea loan and gar- * * nbla pric# lor lovaly Tika only raamn fay 

tf I 1 QAn ••»-r«nm bungalo* on auBfir S?,?., ILVirfTet.in'^.fr int ir nlL? ' aallmg I* lhat iba amnaa muat ma 
5 I I ,OUU I tanidoau Slppa. ihra* yagr. p|/. a*.t On iho main Hoof, lama 

4-g]«g Bva* 4-0303 ;RHA cpBMrdcilim. enmprtaing **'’' ^ 1 living anam at'h or.iouo tiraplao*. 


hmtraoma. 


RV OWNER NEW Atl -Kl.Bt-'TRIC paapinanL f'lmP'ua r«F»m 


• ' nat Haora Puf high tipanit-frat 


amaU homa No baaaihain ana 
atap Lklni ;nom hall >iak lionra 


b-ii.na** nuildint or a"«d a-ii" nvi a'a.l B*»*tT'*ni )■ aait pionna.l lan b*dr« -mi nalhri-nm aitehan 
•A, if* Of ha-al aaraaiabl* Pi***a lau-’tfr* Mature laan* and dming i*aaic la ,'idrv mom 'ar- 

..II >• A„eei g*fdan* For an npt-ninimant -■> port *"arhad Qaie' 1 rauan nn 

..... .. kira pi*a.a rail Ed Claik •' 2-01II, iBta.-mi'- or-l# 1*340 TBim# 


fa'! L W R •« * »6M ra. . 3-0121 K-a^iV.d B»a. 
Hnr.h.a.iam B.-*,.l.l Wd. 031 

^ " io..*.|ui. ua* I 

r-n-ki M>* Lli 

RESORT FOR SALE ; 

Indt' •n-l •nil* fu.i* (iian.»Ua-l | nlViTp , 

Cl •a'#ri»-"'.«*», .mrr.o,'#' -># ia*pi..o • 

atiof'i'ina’aik m tia*r . a i'* ■■* 

Und tl-fi I fb-.'Af M..a' ,,, ,|i 

1034 Meleur •'.* ."n •igv>n l i'-* , _ 

to ifinr'gag* Wriia V*«ufua |jai>e Fr .m aaiier* 


N-»»ir*d Reaii’ l^_ *4 r,,.i »' 1-ii11 •»•* 

HPMI-ni'NllAluW. SZCEU.ENT ' ~ CLUBE IN MODERN 
iOk*.|ui. ua* ba* m»uU) Hail hli-cfc A Raai naiikin 

r-n-ki M>* Likiiig room arid den Biurrn lita-MOtn bungalOa apprptS 
'.*«* b>),* liiaoiKev Pull dlfl-na mai*>y 10 v*ar« aid Full ba»*m«-t' 
fai.'H, >a>g* kl'r|**i> airad k.in- drlve-in garag* nalklng -l'"anc* U 

puf. B. (Br** b*d'Oo-ni "aa iPin- tavn Uigrnl ill* raduirao Akklm 


FAiRriPU) uiBTRiirr. * roomr 
and l•.•'hM^om *mil*¥ mai" . h?^ 
aa'*' n'*i (.i*pl*ry Onlv 13 vwi 
larma ha.f taah IlAaa**ar Ca 
1113 tangiai 4-404' 

POUR-ROOM RTrero bunua 
|nw, full ha«*me*l a"yhad l*r- 


Pfi'* only ) I ZfOVA. 

Ur Bvaaick 3-8144 tnylinia 

OAK BAY 
REVENUE 

Trn -i’-n *iur o. op-and 
dti*r> d'lpl** Pfi lokaly airrM llni 


le* f*«i, inn ggrat* ma i**a* ■ 

.*].?.i6p0 r..™ 36500 

4 anyiima Tailor. *-#H»0 B'** « m3 


1 uif'.ugB -all Iarga living rtuim 
PI />,nc dtetap room ihraa badroom* aim'.- 
l^Nb aLUrt I Jar. a.aairic kitcBrn. toui-piaea 
d rwunlM #i.d •'••broom The ba»am*..' na* 

an ah.ta »tuc- » 4 • - I ‘•rf* panalad rumpu* rvom aiifi 
nil rurna<e ‘#0- I lir^b-ara iftraf.p.aaa bdihrnnm 
Ua lataa Bt* al dark r«em and »<-'i*ia OU-O- 
tfzer\A^ M*'ic pa>kag* ud" nraiiug 

50^UU *'-a*B*r*'ri»pad and iniulaiad A. I 
•Ml ‘b eAndlM-kn If iBiereHad m 

-aiBO B'*» a #•** a aa jjg» -loma ai'h *a»v latm* 
. pi*aaa ra'i Mi Hnlm* 4-1111 

< BAY a^-r- 4 I'VI 


OAK BAY 

52500 • DOWN - 52500 


722 DAFFODIL 


• B'er "1^ baa' Ravanu* 1140 par ituero bwnga.™* anuUi M'.jdad awtnt •ihar n**» hn'ita* 

mnnih Only 11340 tf I -D CAA nl ih# a*mua Thru Ban bUB ; §•-•* tiva ••^l■•e6 burtaaiA* of (iva 
d»ntt Pufitni* .JittwIV/V lltina r-.^m and aaporai* r-.-m* ba**mani and garaga Caah 


A nea. naiaaiu - .. via -w- • — i.arg* IltlOa f'-Am ana r-.-mi Ba,-r 

Biurrn li*a-r-»o*i» buugalOn approtS- at* PtVra 17 id# APOiy A,*i Kratint 3-MO* ev*t 2-0410 a,f,ina f>nm aabinai aiirhen aid, m m-irLtaga 


Ctai-g*> R C 


lit*’ f.-UI'P"* Hlnl balBi't-'tt, 

l«wpl--a ' *4 ptfhropm fu.i 
l.a-'H*,.' mi nut a.r 

i.ei i|r,,( ,it aaiaia largr >- 

, . cl-'*# ll•’"P>•l a I . > 

Fr -« Qpiier* u^a ••lari IlitfOO 


dnv»-in garag* nalklDi -l"'anc* in ......jif* uiVELV' mrHROUNO 

gs»ws.» fe5S-«-S%23 

.IlfRT t.ITTEn - A REAL COM- 


SO MUCH 
FOR SO LITTLE 


t*n vparioua badmom. Ai!i ba*n- 
man’, oiin **‘11 tintahed m-'m and 
ipn-piaa* piambina Hat a.r tur- ' 


■ a 000 la'h 3-24I1 


.IlfRT t.lYTEn - A REAL COM- f, “'oiL f, Jl* 

tur-ab * 1 badroom iturr.r rfUBtaiaw 1 *\* OM Ta'm* Iv.*'? 

PI'B run bamman-. anJ drik*-:- 'L’!' 

...M. aa.« Hel'. r. Ml, a- .00 a»a-llbl* Pl>"n* >-»■>• p.a * 


.5**-H. Haail m for tha iUfpr|,a of *«' ■>■•*## $104 R'dacaJ Inr 

i o.ir ni<ui*-Bui-"ng Hte Imagina a quick **la til 000 

ran-l na* 'afl-t-adrnom home ad'fk' In -tf I I •V''''"' 


$11,000 


m m-m.aga %S700\ $2000 DOWN ' 

3097 HARRIET ROAD ' 'Xr-Sa-^^T-LV i 

C n*. m cmige n„.d aun a ' 

be.itaom* an 01.6 flonr alag Uring * * 1 V. i I 

r..,m dining torn *".t.m . .1 5R0S0 

ha.em"- M'" a-f »«» T-l'# >07JUI 

rata and aeparaio garag* Ta.m* Of trad* far COUR 7 TNAY COUOS ' 


a lull ba'*ni*ni fnr aa mo* ailCgil Mr Kill*. 4 >140 Ekr* 3-1*04 r -’m dining ram ki'.nm 


8% NET^FREE RENT Mua-- 

o -V • -'Ll. ,AI.,T- 1 J tiiii r,v-m 

pA --.n.iTntd «uli» Inr .••n*' u*' ■ ' , ' , .... 

mT;.•V'.l1^..r^,^e.;’^n;‘. w, 
TTm e V'"' • >•••' bumara-r apa, -.1 

hVaa naf $18,500 


vi'h full bamman-. and drik*-:i> a*ai 
ga'M' Abd ll'f prl'a '• iml, 3' idO ■** 
A nrWYD UlfV riu* h-m-a f* in ih* •nr an.ntig all 

Narili Qua.i'B U.e.'if' t-iud hnifi*' T.» M-* ,>!*•'* ram 

» • ».f>rmuh * J kciii fiv-m Mr* J#hn«' .n 4 tflVl irr 2-303- n,,, 

■ >■ ei'ia a*' ■•uiii Puiifam* 1 North«"'*rn Kecuri'ie* Ltd Oil |.g| 

Pi*-a aiih ba**-#-*'". turna,' g" Yatev Hi 

V:n.J'“'l‘.'al1 *'Bim*V«!,r‘'U.‘'ll »«VEN‘« 


Wall t.ara It la and «iib a 
':,ing foam *1111 m-r fir«- 
a *u»ei .'I, e.aciri* kiuhan a 


and flaw of OUmpica— (we oanar* 
r-revA/ADT /•“! ADI/* ou*-*i*a badronma four- piaca hub. 

b I tWAK I V.LAKK. a'-'Bfili* awfrlr eahlnat bi*'H*R 

M CO kTid i*.»ni!rv-ut»lltT rnom adl-Ui^iBt. 

nn* aaiy wf|* flBiahad agim bailw 
r-'am ard air •aandl'lnnmf all fur* 

4-101 I — 4-0317 "a,# ‘n fqU eamrbk haiamaql. 

_ ■ _ , , naraga I* aMorhad i* garlllnr 

Pve* M' ^-•'anra 3 1014 »a*t!y.k»pr gardab nf 

Ere* Mr f->rd S-136g le«na thru*'* tmn tr*aa abc 

fl'.«**a aurrauBd Ihia daiightfai 

— — $14,700 

DAL BY & CO. ' ' ' 

i)a VIEW rr 3 -t 3 *i Boormon Investment 

I Co. Ltd 


4)a VIEW BT 


110 Yirw HT 


p.'l.Ti-m ha*e»r>' 


, o,« ufinuia fnur.piaaa Mth. and glaamllka Ilk T D, 

[•Tit *Vl,n^^.ar finnr. IhmuthO'.l *3, 064 -F art at, d 

oui-aa *'• • "’"•'lb inrlugng i.a*a an.t A li 
iinra *44 0*r m«niB U* • vaiue-plu* hnme la Baan-eh ir OP I 


AIM i'aa* * -*634 vr -i-ink 
RarlBwaa'arrk B«rur1li** 111 V*'*< 

M KXt II.VMvf-: IlKAI. 
KNITATK 

VANCOUVER PXl'ilANOE 
gi -oM >„ lit 644 pir*' . a<* hum* 
IP r,m»ia lifif M..‘ir> a,ii a,»a f" 
ft ">-** inr mn'l*'-' «B**» 

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M - T . g^ ' a . «'n m ani 

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• «-ri e* Ml > ” Mr 


M l.|sTIN(i‘*< \M i;U ».l> 

o:i HfMROIDT RT flOt.l) HY ' 
Mi.fdi''- i n! Wt'larn l|,,m*‘ • ‘rf 
t> t 'lu a-e ir. • huirr f» » ‘I an ' 
• a-' r»a ('I'.m, la’I ' 1||rfd)ain.i 
W*>'*rn ir -me* 1 M 2 2147 

iikf FCMIlR-iRB RUUt HV NljR- 
tran TTiornKpr ard Kuk 8«UB af 
Wetlarn tlMfu** Lid I-3U1 It 
y,<u r» aalliiig p aaaa ri*a i' a rai' 


n.<ma 

OSI.V If >44 TERM.4 

I*"' v*'’*‘L'La5aaV'TVo •’ltu »’"*•' Arnuhad 

1. M ROREVEAR R CO LTU diatrirt Undwapad 

ink U-'f.Bk *it*ii Fhpn# *-ad*i I j-k'll 

HliSWOOU IIAULTAIN OLDER- TYRE HOME f* OOOD 


tbi* vaiue-plut ham* la SaaD-eli ir OP UIHTlNrrfVE DEBICIN FHn- 
yuuri n*m»mbar tf->rke'> VlDINn THE KFCLUBIOf* OP AN 

it* nnl* S/VbJl OU) WOHLO NATURAL OARDlh 

“r,: £iv?N?r*£SSM^^iViN'if'‘h<!o^ 


ROCKLAND AREA 

Bedroomi, 2 Bothrooms »' • $7500 

■ inACIOUA >ECf.UnKI> IfiME Pl'«»* *1* * *■’*”'* 


ar NANAIMO p»eperly 

4. SUIT': APARTMENT 


VICTORIA 

Realty Ltd. 

51500 DOWN 51500 


Yatev Hi r,.uriJ'lEli TMREE-BEU- U * nnl* J/V3JI OU) WOHLO NATURAL r>ARn^ 

MEVENtDl riM A MOHTM OWN m».f*M buBaa^i « Pull A**'- R P 'Pat- Moor# 

,r*...* romprlaina ipp livi, a- „,etti CIp'# ip wnpal and bu* nAlLAS WATERFRONT moDFRHCABIN^ E^^ 

.7r « V.£.‘-HV^Rie npCiJSy^r^^^^^ TH^r 

t>a»n 6«* mrga ronm _pl. 1 laut ofiOD POUR-ROOM EUMOAU^ priwrla in ‘h** vilandi^ inaaiion. AND DOtmW 


JOHNSTON'S 


A inpd lava.-.mapt (ar >86iw dmaa » » Jww t/v/y»*'v • ./v/m 

in b'gb -n'*'-'* a>iinma''r nil E: 'itt*d nn Baa-ihv fHgH Q'-adra, 


A. Buai **e*r. t* 


(atf.'.iBgr.dlrf 6uiiga,n» I 144 *1, 


tkTANUBMRD IM) 
1341 Hraad 3'3341 


$] lid agr,#li.ap* 34)) R'f 12 1«1 ft f, -tr tdtga idem* Pu l b4*a- 
i'a-i. Branding arr rm* A. -* •lib m*nr 4ne«-!P ga-ag* * baa I'lful 


In H.dpry, naar but. awma *U W and a barrain ai M »sn a*ldrm WATER O**- 

»*•*' ta 3*» e**fi Apply Ba* 133. lainad far iwiaa Ih* ortra Magnlfi- OARAOE A DELIOMTFIH. VfEW 
p,.in*y lie , f*Pi aandiamir aaa *!•» Balid PROPERTY )**_ 


.. uu,li haota I 2nd aq M b-il- 


OLOER-TVPE HOME IN OOOD iaaNICH 
aundk'iiri nn ill art** P)** riewi orh.. .i* -tor* 


tap-*i'*ray hjildmg that anuM I* TRACTIVE AirRROUKDINt^ 
CLOEE IN NEAR readily cofly#t(*<l in a dopl** «> b NOTHINO hrTTER IN Tins IX 

, Ci'y PPOT toorf,- p'g -*v*ni* la«e«Uiaia mi* ai- rU.'BIYE HrmDENTlAL ARIA 


DRIVE BUYS 


kij, I iKi "'b* (ranr.ga R«ira idi* f«» buiid- - <,fpe 
1-1241. 12241 <11 »i a A *:»%* pdM'bimy l*r-i* 

, ,vc $15,000 

UY5 ! Ur K*mp )-3M3 r>*r.,ni* 


I ..fpe r '**a lo »>*rytblaa Pa«y 

r’L.^eon', $8950 

Pl*a*a p'lnaa Mare Pr*'**arrb bl 
3-414$ a*»> 3 3114 


Onr-P* '* 44A1 TVBd*" a*# Oordmi 
Head Pin* • eared **a| l-i’ aim'*- 


. HUH, m-wr' , ^ .. • rgndk'i -o 60 a«i»» n»* rop-n* ^y,.. .,t .tar**, ci'y rmur -.-g -even i* ia«e«li|al* mi* ai- rural v* naa»u»»r- » ini» r- - 

aat" n»al**l t.ii.Dg |j >ni. -lining ihr**-pi*" tain an m* flonr b#inr.«i »i 33 bib ane-ibird rb*n t-ae-iv* pidpdUMdft ^ y r^r- f\ V.*a k* app"in'- tf 1 Q CAD half arr* # « 

la- t*'** fw^dfonm*. baeraienl *hvl hrt-aif f ifnara 'fb Jo Cu 111' langla* 4-*64l p-,e#d •' $6950 m*'- ' •I' $IO-DUU Pr..e J I ^0\J 

,„.,* large yit-hau you :• . j p.*,, r, ; „ • n^. _ ^ ... ... m-.ntvi .Ne*'mi Whu* S-kiA* anv-.m* r *. j D OTiiP J-A'iO »•'' y-*a*>. A.* F.n.f 

V . )U.i J'. ' itbou jiwc !>'»'*«„*•" '' ‘ ^ ,.g .-7 334 •inni 13 :m 

• i' fu' I • 6-' a iivt INp.r-fPCim ouni* - • «"B g*,#ir ^ ...aa 

\* elicit* ^ J4j. lm*7ir«*7** ptfr*»4«i7io it ilO 900 

t*.|' ■>'. g* *m q-'*' i.rtgVTWOOD PI'OPfWTIM Jli c-l '.ae Ak* -e- o y- a. ’ * -PIU.7W 

, ‘ .)i. |»ui .a.fi haiaui* *•.') per rm.n'h _ s^mvia *».• TnWn A C-OLinttV Tl,r*a H*d|o«. <•- 


- ll.L HEALTH FORCES 

THE ROYAL TRUST CO SAIE— 5U00 DOWN 


OAK BAY 


fV’gb'r-t: lie* r >1'. bungaMa td 
i"d i.al #hr-<.>r'-a*d 66» • ' k 


put ,'wt, ri. lak'v tH if ivn 

II 448 duao. •*-«'t<a t4.l t-rr mnn:n 
s y»n»r, $-2112 

IMMLUIATB Fi'MRER.'MO.N 
Hit-H nm Hungalu* 

Vli'tiin aalki'g ditianra of ea'.ira 
nf el'y >'*ar •rnaol* aim** hui 
A • all bum bungaiu* In apptl*a* 
"iiiditipn, r'lmpri.fiig i>t ipumi 


tu'ir •D'.i’ ' haiiiropfi' !■• taf* 
«r * ur* 

iMt.} r»«h ’4'*l> half ♦'!# ■ rw 

1 1' rialan-* ••■v Hat.*'! C C'- - 

Kra-l'i* 44 T Wa*l •atikiah Koa I 
Hr*pt * »od Bay 

” EBMinUALT 

Nf« fubdl«t*'an 3S-rap« ha>i** 
uak fiPdt*. mrougb hall *l! h»ai 
lnnilat*d High haaemant *im 


MiniPh WiUN R'iOMH BA-' 
•n*ut «*r*fa APO* nai»*f. 3114 
Cp"« Jfi ij'iad’* »I40J 
uana' 4-3IT3 

ATTRACTIVi SMAfl. flOME Wim 
baiema-'i |i-Pldieirkl Hmall d„»n 
paamani and any maqlhly nat- 
ment* 3-1143 


Town & Country ..'r"-.-’ 

, , I . J family 'H 

Homes Ltd. . fv\ 


.«• »*»*n -rn-i'-i p- 


1313 QUADRA 


PHONE 3-131# 


■ HN .i,m h««.n*n' Ml h*ai *U<' 
a,#' famllk 'if •'! dUpf** 12 '6$ 

VoZ $8950 

Mr Bm.Dh. 1 1242. E'et 3-t)*l 


>• j,ig*iM« ;>n* h: -I a trnr eie- 3 2131 

n-a-r, gnd i l»ia 'n pa-k larg* * 

\.'\:r:,o^l,r.WT hT:** a stone's throw 

in*i»i* rtf mr,'ugB »>«il l<yiag renw TUC CCA 


r.u- p«#r -i.'i t '•'*» 

T vtINP 'ni* i.INLINf hllY 
•• I* W6P-1* " Ml Ch iMan gk 


t\f 3 2131 


58950 ran.ial* nf thmuiB i-gil Vyiag 
■*• ” rnecn *Hh npan (Ireptgre -fining 

4 3-4*»3 r-w-m kiu.ben !*• badronm* 

ihrae pier* Pa-nhrpka bgih an 


from the sea 


bedroom* Ai'.'actlk# hcir-gahw aiilerr-all' Cll 
bgih *n hral Invaiy gmriaa. tloga in •*•??. 


s::?rr: ^i*ru*;‘ra rrr 

*” '^;^VET■^gT^ISlV‘■‘"'’ m^AMut 13 404 0)1. bandi. Phpa* 


UUNT IlFT I. IN TWO 1YFEK8' 5 
baaamaBi aatf* l«, ggraf* 
naar bu*. at* aUi Ttrmi Ba* 
•133 Vietorla Pr*** ' 

~ BAAKtCR 

Oi.DER-TTPE HOME I ROOMS, 
ihft* )#)• 4*41 Orana* Rd P1iat*a 

• in: 


Oflat* III*. '.ad 

L M ROfitVEAR A CO LTD 


LQVEI.V BBA VIEW 


dl RAN yUHE HOLD RT HARntXJ I |,;y L«ng)rr IHraaf P1i.>na 4-404), g • r t. aia-kaar 


W«r* T.'b-' rblaun'r' Homa* 1.14 
l"■,^«a 1-T3T0 •• *# f»**d jnjp ii»» 
l-'f 

TO Alt nSAl, fRTATT AOENTh. 
0:t Pa<rf)ald Rn>rl )< -ul-l 

3*»< INC7 imiYE IS DPP THE 
m»rk'* 

3J34 qi ADRA 40LU 


4 OH I BEUnooMA rumpu* r*,-m qilh tifapinra. *k*r* 3Ai a man'-h buy* a ihraa-bad»4*m 

J-.»t I bt'Hk frem iwsfh iB)4MdM- laraga 1*040 Oll-O Matie NHA Mat* on lOur 

UP# family hum* )» "»*f ‘i' ?*'h ro* Pull pri.* 110 IW) toi' Phun* afiat 1 p m 1-VMO 

arua r.e family l.ivmt roon.. ulB.ng » v.<a ... 

lai»* kitcnan and mala fimir Ff' -•* j Jn.a _ moll BIX-RODM 

i.'im* C'>«'*aalnd *iait« lO («# NEW N If A h a:* II TOO d-kvf Pat P* * 

Up*ia<r* Beaiad ft'um* Puli ba**- gy, «,ll you • p«« i*»n "f |« >04 MfCkndl**a Ra*'" 1 «'ii 

mani h,.' air *a«d»*t h*ai O-od u,r»».k,*«ln*am Bnma o, a bub cyu |,>« i.ind*! * 03T3 


NEAR VIC moll 
Ir me II TOO dn»r- 


BIX -ROOM 
Fat. p- a 
lit l-6'll 


Olympic Homes 

2144 Oaugiaa ft VKlorik. B C. 

NO DOWN PAYMENT 
NO. down payment 
BRAND NEW 
DE LUXE HOMES 

W* ha»e iirtaa Tiomaa pa« at tha 


HIGH QUADRA 
EIGHT years OLD 
THREE BEDROOMS 


Pta room b'.ogalo* 411 in *p'«flM» ' fV\Onth 

co^ltiaa Oak llpor* in livlnf 

rop» and flrre ae* eablnat bitebaa i^yg Hill d.itrlrt Rira r«6f plan 


NEW 

3 Bedrooms 

$55 Per Month 


nkain 1irt«r« la-i badprynm* ui» ">,. g r'lt i># had for II 040 46*1 

PU'l baaamaai «iib vorkmon Ea*v mofilbiy eaymant #70X0 

drif* • in garag* hat • ait aogi F,|g priaa . FvU 

• inkae h»k<lr.g C1«*f I6 rraBi- uripi.* M»f Paeuatreg al 

Km'" $12,600 

Mr Cma* klC\A/ 


■••V mofilbiy paymanl tf70Xn 
p-ig pfia# . 

PiaiM y)i6t'» M*r Preuvaret al 
3 •)*$ *«*< . t-m* 


NEW— 58250 


I grid dmaMa tbrat bad'u'JOi*. fill M 
\a**m*t)i Bicaik iaa^apad A*- marii 

kir,'-'-' . $8750 r', . $11,300 

raiiUci Rarold War# f»ai 3-1*01 «r Irfiaa.*.**, 3 3143. t*a* • Till 

FAIRFIELD — REVENUE I r r ljcatM 

1133 tity* n«n*r« *u"' f'lll ha** * t C L- r \ I n 

I m»n'. 066d i*rm» tf 1 * <v\A #•' '•'*• R'*"’ 

artanaad Prl'» i I I -UVU 


M H > Pi'*Blaca and mvalv ba*#- 
mtfii Oil'O Ma'ie heat 3) >40 

t\u\r.. . $11,300 


T-i ir r, /»Lky A I T*n 1 icT f**w bungataw In it-a oHt an 

THE ROYAL TRU51 1 ir-* '■•** "'ar •eh-»nU ir<3 aiVf*. 

I T>,<* <* m* be*i Buy yau can tin# >• 


WANTED ' 

A* at paa,,a|a 1 -r • ll«’" ’! 

belrwim h'-m> H*i*'><ai>i pretr* 

»•<! |e ••lirfie,,' rr,» Ba *,e- w 

r*il L*ti t-aO-ki* * a-''* •'! )-t0vJ > ,, 
fCDRTMWRHTYRN »Pr i f-tTIER OF , ,u 
VlrTi'RlA ITD 


let f'U'l Ire** Kxrhan rang* in- 
fiuir,l heed* a IH'I* paimini in- 
*1.1* A haitaiit lor *om*pna *1 Min 
dnar liO i-er mar-lh and the Brf'l** 
.* »*t«>r« • 'il pr>'*l1MlO T6 view 
W r WaaBingiac i-iua day* 
* 1*34 *«** I*l4nd lnk**l«er,l C6 


Near UNtvDismr ^cTux>L 
VIA l.lsTINtiS H.ANTI*.!# nha i oruRoouH 

, , M">*- •iirgrlive flnba piBI' I" • 

MffTlMn lAAjrrEl) rm e a »«urrn buiH*lna JuM 

A« *ur -a e« m retCnu* pr,tp#riy \ - *ar* nld frfitaly l#ff* l-y-nt 
Bat haan ke>y gt*a< «h"e a,i rantti ami d-nlrrt rnora 1 

fi,en-hi Mjr h*ii)kt are geit'tk* hatBrirnm and a real dr* 

va*v rfapla erf ih*r*f<,>» •* ara in I'taBm air-d fat ranta 
need rff -irpf*** t "vniTf Ba ■•#• mall a-' neai nHa r 

*•' P1*«*e rar fa' k (lro*« patahl* •*' per irn -"- 

»>»« *-*J-e »'*-i Fef'.fi Holme* iiart P' !; P»i" l* $04 

1 ,1 4 3134 too; O0»#r.i6>aBi J l*e*'*a»i 1 ini* H ind 

K’-mt e«ei-<ng< * 7|ta da** 1* 


V, u urfuiaii. .6' V • W'lni ar f'-mpiauni 

M^lant Lad • e It. e- OUiER TAPE t-ROOM noUM To., i,,ge Ordn-aoi 

rtr. r.u ?#* AUari .»*. «-V$li n** b'.v aril •.h-'nl- nealv riM-- tlvfl gi.e.r-m. d 

1442 O'-t^nkment H* OPI.ANDH 31*0 MYRON ETREET. SVJ, oi%T$J.iL 1 

«»vi Y tvana ulira-madern ihr** badfoam baa- j-, ,,, 

Hare Un.uVrbIlv.4mbu. .grw-d .••• #»•«• de..i,. 

r-4,- loom buBiahva •’!« full b#»* TMREE RftnRryOM P'lH pr re 

nk*t>i and (umBfa Saparaia 04" ^.*01# lmm*d aia pa-*a»-»iai< l»u*a Mr 

m‘; *Tha'cify J??k6T.Ve'*tol^ "• 


W'lof 6f f'-mpiaunn aunet.Urg af . ,, , .ULK. 

fa-, large brdrc-aoi* liyii.g i-.aM ai'kdgad Pri'* •*» • - -wv/v. 

11*14 fiie»*.«ig* din.ng ranm a Mr Cbr.*ian*an 3-1)14 at 3-4IH 


COMPANY 


1363 06«ai6iriant 4b 

t*et)fr)44 3-4133 


lev OH O-MaUa hral Ooad .p- 
aa'iSB Re «-rr* 16 «ae ihli befara 
3 1134 *-*« ba* < a.i R O Ray at 3-0134' 

**•• 4-U04 


E E HEATH 


arv Ya'«* Rw* 


McCANDLESS REALTY 

EU Pom hi F- t* 3-OUI 


11*14 fiie»*.«ig* din.ng ranm a Mi Cbr.*ian»an 3-1)14 at 3-4IH 
m-'ilem titehan and a (6ui oteae 

ua<Braam TTiere 1* a fun b*»am*i>' | AKK^CDRn 

• ith OH-0-MHI' naar Dam rf. l_tfirNOr\»rr\Lr 

'<■ Ca^. ngM aaar (nr imR-elikte aere appr'kiimyi'ti plu* fnur- 

ile't'l* tf I n ODA ronm •el'.buH' buniBWa a*'**' 

F'lll rr re tf I \J,r J\f ■■rdeti. aa-kitkop aifl t.411 't**« 

r'‘’'*-i Mr Raindee* hr $6500 


$10,900 


Raindee* 
4334 Btghi* 


^’'^^i'*n"rf*'^"l'J#7,“"i•^g7 l-JIlTi Rian.lrgid Rt PhoBf 4 3«3-1-a71« TEAR OI f> 4 • - RDCIM WTUCro 

( '. llifl laAt^lT I ^ m mM tkmtfApR BdiiBiAn #4l» 

r-mtt. an<i d.nina *"«.» Pemhraka DREAM OF A DREAM ' lArgf-iarf I-I31# 

h#itiri*nm and a real rfream nf • hnip** Nn» 11 t ik<)*»ihie in n«a H 

k'trheiv •ir-d tat f«nta Auta yhi, *. |ir'i# *» y* 040 dn*n Ph«-t»* FIVE-ROOM BTUCCO fTOOO DlB- 

maii 6-' hegi NHA mnng*«' nj* ti ha* ayerv'h'na Near trial. ll.-OO Tarm* ffom nanat 


k'trheiv •ir-d tat r«nta Aula •nn a* III')# a* f* 040 dn«r> Pn<-t>* 
mail 6-' hegi NHA mnng*«' d ha* ayetv'B na Near 

patahl* •*$ per irn"- iBHu.f** .idAWBe Plan K-mrr*df T-tllT 


WialiAVr A I Abul NUMRKR DP 
buver* f'Vi hn.iie* t , «nd 

p'lrir* mnif eg.*) -m>e,i lar -v* If 
yi*u al*l« w *ei: )*■ u* bat# ta n 


:*»f* P' !- Pfi" i*M»4 Phan# 4 ggai 

J t*e*Mab 1 161* H inrU** and niarv.hard 

e«ei--ng* * 7|«g da?* Itlarid fr- 
*«»r>enT r 6 L'rt HAANfCll RI 


avetii'il* * 4H4 teach A Ry-ar**. 


ml Ratf'^ur 


FAmriri n DUPttf* 
la** Walking Uiaiaa • 

Th* " a *•'• •••n»e*i»B» all-oa- 


r i*u al*l« w *ei: Ml u* ba*a tan Th-* >' a **r* •-anveBient an-mi- iig...i di,r«uat hi 
.,t,g I M Hr ■***> A ta IH' ant-fiMt d'-.,i*a Each tide raniiivf ,,,,, na*efaar Ca 


HAANfCll HUNOALOW PUIfR 
'iw»m* baIhr'Him aparia** i»i,e 
fiTiien t'V*^ l.v-'*t,ar, netf •'hivpl* 
(lure* i»i* *1 V30 Dbe 'nird <a*B 
liberal di*r«uat half • avh ar a,i 


’ ■ ITOnO DOWN 

Tltrar-badre u>, merfran hitnaalva ( 
EOlfR tu!l Sa*erfie-'t Ovner 2 014$ | 


«', ROOM RUNOAtX>W IN PAIR- 
llaM ga'aye la P**aiben' at -46 ar 

Ttl'e- 1.44J1 


La-gie* *'00«l 

Wl NAVE nOTKRB FOR OAK 


•i I'll par a-enth tniar'ar af rarh ^ 
gui'* la atie'leni anodUiaa- Biafa* 
ineludad Pall bAvetnanl aiib era- -3n-l' 


3n-H) RRtCID FOR IMUBOIArT 


MI3 LAngley, FfgurrnTY AND HOfSK FOR 
**.e '*i,tial loeaMoo Ca’B 0»«*r 
fuwaniAi-Y lOH Rd<a ar>d Aka Sb agent* 


Ra* )ama* Bay and Bnanxb no-O-Matir h*>« ••*•( *• • 'hu fout-fnam a gfH-yegr-B.d o$'MiiX)WT* RRARO R¥W 1-BEJ> 

boma* Tmt diMno au m iiean mrg anir tlkoen Phona bantalp* an 1'« arra* |o»l aui f'>* room rinaher cadbera Bay 


ARTHUR E HAYNES | 
LTD 

Quif' bleb Imalipn ■■ iha Uarifoid 
autrirt Pour-'miinad ruaUc typ# 


^»lr* tfU,/VW 

M- Chfl»i»n«»a 3-1314 1-4IM ’B *greund lUwr 

piarrerf a-xa I 

$1000 - DOWN - $1000 

Big r«Ntm- l iking ronm ni'R •‘I'' latg* ki'" er> a, 
ritr.a (am>.y «iaa 4ialng ranru P'#'# *>atbr«M'n 
'hraiigh Bali kil'Ben 'I'cT.y '6 *m* ».aieB«efl r.ea 
dmaa iht»e badenam* an) ba’-naoen •epgra’e garage 
'UP Ta»»t 333 PUll. PRICE b*«i*e ted'e-l at 
bala-ra a* tfX.7AD 

«gn.. SO-JUU •»■"» 

Ken B‘-u'gae>B 3'1314 ar 1-1304 r'»gi i.i,a 


TO CLOSE AN ESTATE 

IMMEDIATE a-BcdrSm Bun,olo« 

POSSESSION 53500 - $3500 • $3500 
EXCLUSIVE LISTING down I*r»e liymi r*6*m aim (»*# 

« .. . pl*f*. fiO dinbia rrmm larie «m*r1 

Re ei'je Ratrp ,e n'**[iJf t«ah#b Oak llwtfa tbaoughm-f 

Mar* I* T»ut fhanee 'a ie< m an , Fgi) gigb h**emr-.r tub* EMW 
'B ’areund luwr Tm* i»ry wel' \ • r, r. ■< mati- lif a:in(* 


DOWN (aroe liying r*6*m aiih (be 
niaee fuU dlCVNia rnam Igrt* «fb«rl 
P tllahfb Oak IlMAfa maoughm-f 


im t)nuiU« m 
Oi poai'a Eai'ia • 


BUILD N.H.A. 

Attractive Buildmq Lots 
Availoble 


HIGH QUADRA 
$2500 DOWN 
FUU PRICE $10,600 


piarrerf t-xa imir-f-imM bun- 
I Aftft #«'„• '•«« . vi'g •' *1* *-m open 

I UMM grg'» ' •• nrf# »ued bad'-mm* 

n l-ae ia*ge ki'" er> a>lh pgniry aff >- 
raaira p'eee hgtbrrM'n full •aaema' ( ' 

r/HH* r'-netiiea r.ea b«* •'# fuma e 

-^••oen *epgr«’e garage I'l-ra,-^ 

PRICP b««i*e ted'e-l #1 33d -W par mW'h 

iJUU yil,. frail I'e** $5325 

-1300 r'*gi 1.1,# -aar arm* 

pv. Mr t E Ream 3-310). far 
appAin-nvent I" * *a 


nA*6 ta aenpaii aao na* Haanirb 

r*Vi'£Y*Tr.« $11,000 

FAIRFIELD REVENUE 
$65 Plus Owner's Suite 

D" >b’e II -imhmg M*a*6en' l-«*- 
nt'« gat*cf tn ei- ai-a-v' ena-d,' ut<v 
■ Oei.e* a. II 'rad# 'af *ma.i*r hAme 
.0 I *66 <(f Fr, • tt 3-iH «h*i 


$484 DOWN 

;a.";:;i;Vh* on your own lot 

$ 1 « *6 »•#■ of a»paft 'rgflamaa. 

I I aitip Puur taama aAd B^rte'ke Oike 


$10,750 


11 -Ft Hiah Bojement 


bromi-l aUanU,a 
OBOROR RAROALL UMITCO 
1340 DnugUa BlrM4 4-1190 

REQtMRE 4-S-ROOM ~BAHPMirNT 
hui'aalga nradnd al Onea IM’lxd* 
Rh'lWnrri*. le I yaar* P'aa'e 
•all B HouaUt, *-00»* ra« 4-7W7 
Rmhaaitam »tumiaa Ud 


) R Ia« 4-1140 4*f* 0 1)31 Bub- 
d*>4 aid •*•• lUanit In*a«tiiiani 
rn Ltd 


plla* en pir* quiti atraei Ba;,ataia (>«r.*r A-1044 far panvaulara 
laragt and aafkihap Only H 3B0 _ 


Bay eairata *iUi glana firaptara la Bparkilag •*• •par-ma* U'-ran g«**a-roegMd oMar i,6me n*» 
booMy ll*ing rpom T na*e-pka<a M6-bedf6*im bangai-m aim fun (uinaca Waftiag d-a- 

I baibraom (arnaaa and baaameat naaeman- OH -O-MATIC far aad (g,.,g Trad# tar tfOATC 


hui'talga nradnd *l enea III' •ida ' YainFlRt O rCkllPAITr OUIER- , OAK BAT— MODKRR ATTRAmYl • *' _ - 

RhrSeaf..a. •• le I yaarv Paa-. ° h.ma a.m lae art* badrmkm. MT TOt M#» P! 

•all B HeuaUt, *-00»* r*« *-7$4 t TtPE FIVE-ROOM HVNCiAirfjyy d dining roa-ai Uak e.eir l«ua let I 

Rmheaitarn »tumiaa Ud P1»1X BAREMENT OIL HIAT1RO f)Mrt ihreaghr jf >.i neat FOR SAttf 3'# « 

WANTEt* TO BUY HIX OR DRfVl-lM (lARAOE VERT imAU.' Id 6(1*** 1-4433 

pe*ef,-r6f<ai bame nerm 4) .adta OARDTR MURT BE W7LO PVIU. Th»mp*6n Phnna tenet 3-7113 

ilCL-T. price ins* robert MrrcHELL tinnn 


a.,.. a,v caah te any mania** tfxpAA ' a-...--. 

FOR SAttf 3'# OREO AVE OPEN abtaunb * Pull griea tfOOW . _ 

T>a^„aN^Koam. « * -J- LEACH & SPARKS 


teaaa 46 6M gnH lO PfW Roavteat 
C6. HIS lanil*) 4 ai-41 


WITH 

RITHET 


rtitua line •••pan, CUTE--.NO "TEPR 

r n MARHT PnBTER LTD l-3t0l ,,1* nne-.'a'f t'l'-m *t >- ' kon 

DR 1-447) gai-va me* raryter Imatlnit Am* <• 

, *T*r*ming ml* f'** **• * 6,4 

- - — - - P'i'» '«■ la 4* $6* Rr,* oi|| 6' 

REACR nRIVB BBAtrPT - lli OM ftng ig| Bur*A Ud 4-0103 t*» 
Hi* it* i-iia m edtra roM 


$1000 DOWN 


t1ir*a ft^|!*( 6«t Tltre* b*4re«>-ii> A*' r-vama and 

fun ha-emani fault iraa* 11044 aa*am*m 


$8500 

$9200 


fna '•! Bur*A Ud 
4-HI* 


SL„ SOoOO Pa-'fteid Rood tea aid** l*p* kteeme-t •irn dr t* ••. ••'•*** 

f’ * •~ B6u*a* barn and amail *;•## bu.MI- P*-aag»-l mt h»i- Mdva « ‘-day 


half ea-,n*ni*<| piped aaadur 

— _ . . furuaea Lnta •( i'draga Oa**t* 

T* ■’V* I) ISO iTue- tf aOCA 

LEACH & SPARKS 

' Foiplicld — 4 Bedrooms 
BRAND NEW DUPLEX •'.'.'."'"Sr-n 

Ply# kparieu* '•am* aaen r i* PaU (au* gi*'* Miaraem *>p«4 Iw 


Ca.I Ur* M'Candle-i Da»* 1-0111 

— $7 

$1900 DOWN I V 
MT rOLMIE 

Rep a‘’ra<liye|y built bnma pbleb o-UaiM 
uciudai liyiag ynnan ••m hr'i,<a>a la*uia «4 
3 hegrnami Pambr-iaa vathraem 
baaemtn* and drl«a-in at'aa* 

Tale* IM Ci'.r* lot tialMhIe foi 

pvu. PRirm .. $8250 jevft., V 


e.r.:;; -Ul.y .64 

$600 DOWN 

ON YOUR OWN LOT 

I FI4 *4 ft RAS'ber fully tnauiaW 

s;i-o‘«.vr*"v $10,250 

$775 DOWN 

ON YOUR OWN LOT 

Tit-** b*tfraeM (bU baaemeni oiL 

S'.^)V!:4 $10,250 


BRAND NEW DUPLEX 


PRirm $8250 

SNAP 

$2500 DOWN 


$845 DOWN 

ON YOUR OWN LOT 

a R •! ft full baiamen' mar* 

$9900 


'*i*'iiioi. iKina room Oil baai --- - - 

oa* finpy* Baaypiog ivaet Yeu ra BIX ROOMB iTAtnWAT TO PR- • 
•>t6t if *6u **« I* Baa IP# nn* finianad a4'la I* 'eaea aig. tuf 
B*aa Ea'V6*dk 3-4H1 avaning* baaamani apparvalfbataly nna pert 


4-4404 Laaih * Bpark*. Hit RI 44 

l-USI ah*r«. 


I* IM Od<kd ■•riba Oppar. 3313. 
C4i«M4$. I-OML 


H W MILLER & CO 

140* Orfvarnipa*' B' 

«-Rin Ei*l 1-4 


ng Hraclt an a ea a) artd laiina ra'*i,aat ta*tnua 


ng Hraclt an a ea M 
Hai'yaaeui Park T« also 


OI A>W- Hai'yaaeul Pin T« alnO tfX7AA 
, B' ap 16 aaia't pii'* tfOOvw 

ti*t 3-0430 P’e*** I4k >6* W <an*rf 3 IMS 
* yap'll I* 

m WORT tr. i-)i3) 


$18 500 


Opfa tf I O -^ 

Ca .1 •’#» K*"»*d* 3 - 4 H 1 . 

P>aa a aooa 

lit# BLARBRARO 


:;::.g*^*’' $ 11,500 

ESOUIMALT — $7500 

til-"*' d.o f#ur-rua» tiut<« y''**' 

•unaa.na •••■•^#'1' ‘ama-e | j.. 

Aiet Pai* 4-4434 ff J-7It) 

Rg''b*att*tn Bacuif.:**. 4)1 Taiaa 3. MU 


I a R •! ft full baiamen' mar* 

$9900 

Pm DBA* iBtarukAtian and aP' 
ROUItaWfil raU HR trorrbxtI. 
3 - 1 E 14 *g 1 -»ni 


Tb'* naa •''rgaii**); buiR bom* Rgusmani aaU HR TRORRBXTB. 
^*g '*6 perfrnaaa il*ih# •'**(» 3-1E14 at 1-JT!| 

nmbroba ba hrupm tuO bamcHaai 
dMte.in eargga «nd oak flmra Mt 

f^rwtnt $9700 TOWN & COUNTRY 


NORTHWEST HOMES 

Hll #11 DopgiU 


HOMES LTD. 

kill OVADIU BT. 


I 






57 HOl'SES Ft)B SAIX 


Hor'ins FOB <Aur s7 hoi sk^ fob sale , 57 iiorsF.s f'OR sale 


28 Cdtfinlft. v>rt« 

S«a4«y. S«»t. 11, 195S 


By FmJ Neher 


Pemberton, Holmes 
ltd wi itii 
imn oovrrtHMrMT rr « •>: 


WHITTOME'S 


OLYMPIC HOMES 

1144 nouoLAi rr 

PKOMC 1-1317 


-•7 ROUHK8 FOB SALE 


HARRY 
FOSTER LTD 


RITHET 


SI 500 DOWN 
SEVEN YEARS OLD 

4 ' 4 «Mm »gngtl«% rnoipri'kAf 

• ‘rtcUt* llxitf tnem vith H»«i 
itieor r)r»pU<r (atiinrt kitchra 
■fi<S n»»i B«<itnaai« *n* i»io 

-IM Pvmi>rnk« Mihr>Mlti 

1»nifO Ut # /nrsA 
.« «tr»i PRICE 9 OOUU 

- - - »**». 3-I3U 


OPEN MON. 6-7.30 
581 Whiteside 

Off Tilltcum 
At Corey Rood 

New 3 Bedrooms 
Full BosemerU 
Auto Oil Heat 


OAK BAY 
SEA FRONTAGE 
3 Btfdroomv 


TEST YOUR TASTE 


BARGAIN BASEMENT 
PRICES AT S720 
7 Loi» Letr. All 60 Feet 


iTJs 001)01 /ui RpRirr 

'*n>g ■•p' 


t •.* ih* or • t'-"* 

PANCY PkA 
<C8 In (tir •'«•> Biifn (ii*' ' 
H»»n i»n 

inr •>' Pi«« 

'* i*rg» T PAE'K 

■D Oil ti'« 'r>t unit R'»r. 

■ ntfig.iM. |pn<*a ••’art 

I ’ff (>• 

Call Mr* A'fiatilfr. S WH4. 


OWNER 
TRANSFERRED 
ASKING PRICE 
$14,900 

-TRY YOUR OFFER 


OAK BAY 

DE LUXE RANCHER 
MOO Sq. Ft— Oil Heat 
Excellent Terms 
1 1 “7 7nn 

4»iO>/Uv ii»« nimi 


HJTH 


Ib '»* fhi'irr tramni.t*. trr* IB 
HlgX t^aXlB •giiouBBPri b> lUBd 

li 111 .* ■ ,1; . 1 . • 

Mrlu>ivrl« ilir»f «*At ■iir*< 

■ It* >Mia Ml<h ihr fiung p^irt nl 
ikBd gforratir tools tb>» k «n 
■BIHirtuniit SB but I* ■ figurv 
niuih iMiil* rtiMiiii mitifi piirft 
liT * irr sgiiibtr t>n Saiintia. 
IlgjMtu tiid •* his* osrr it piiB* 
iiui'm Irnra |4 b«B i« tiaoiM ihit 


fit. Mr CIbtkr 

THE BAD 

AND 

THE BEAUTIFUL 


H*. -»m: ‘'I i I r 

> V KANi C AH>*\ K 
*. *• . pr«H |1.' » IK*- 


CRAIGFLOWER 


nee 


salt v*rs III* lifini rlXMll 
itc duitng im>m, ribinn ki'rh*B 
• iin dining fo»if-|iir*» bl'M- 

r-— lb ■•a tB.B>b*d mm bPdriHMS* 
Put, i*nrni li**BS*m »i»n Ib« 
fsira . iv-toK »*Biri-r (irii* 
rosiiit H« th* Mil Tilui m M*a 
lur rail 

PiiBi* iiiniBC Rian HlBda. 

. 3-3ICI «n)>im* 


ONLY $10,500 


nanre h#« iI'It i|Ug and '■til 
c«rrg h» ualant* nft s'rs mwm- 
ani* pism*n’' IftHl anoji Ms*n 
s*ar> luiuriosii llitng rixiin it- 
t/»iin» iif»t<la»* in-iinr diidrg 
losalf BijBfirrrd aak llanii 
«uarto‘M rabin*' kii*h*B utiiiiT 
rn..m alt Ta« iBin-M** MdraBmt 
wiin bii a*lk in c1b**ci Smirt 
p*rnbruk* M'hfbnra Pw'i l>a*fm*l»4 
M* liiir ruBipgi n*a'n dal gnt- 
' i!l» IlBl'""* bhd haa'rd Ott-O- 
JsUtir halt Ai'irhart gafita 
■ ismt lha' Inok l •! lopaararur 
rtirirn ttaaii ;tBB il>rgb» r'r 
and a»» ls mamtatisad Van gntsrt 
rr'inaniial ura 


Con-ar' Mr I V A*»riO«ri 
at g-k?t* -iis< nr niih'i -i' 


pliimbtng isrisiii *ntian>ar 
pg» ranm with M»*oia'* i 
flnAd-'iy k<ng *i<inui pi’r 
irrB, Ufg* I'^nda'k laar*' 

-dan 

•4>4ttt Mr* Larandar 


$2000 Down. 

Mr. Thomos, 4-4127 
Eves. 9-4113 


CEDAR HILL ! 
CROSSROAD 
Close to Athlone Heights 
S900 to SI 000 Up 

On « iiBsrd •' 1**1 ailhin I'r b!-v(s 
bl thr*a arhoM* la a high laxattnn 
■fl a piaparty studdrd wuh oak 
i-a*< and lir <!**• Wiib analian' 

• tra *Bd •arlukiBB Thu 1* tn* 
b«M x'.ar «* has* <a*n fci maaih* 
Kaih his t* (rnm •• i**i up and 
N HA hrvi-a* ran aa built lar a* 
low a* l\0d dwan ailh *But lo’ 

K H A Stan* and Olfinpic Hoir** 
rnnirar'art ara asailabtf Rampc* 
hbisa* IIS siafc ran*iruftlun shntiiT 
fnr full (sartirular* coniari 
Mr I. V Bamdars I-I3I7 nighlf 
01 Bunius • ' I • 


54200 - YES — S4200 

handymans SPECIAL 
JUBILEE AREA 


OAKLANDS 


ESQUIMALT 


fljiss'an'ial li«»--pnni»-i 

f iin* •;*•.! a* • ' • 

% n| ifu.fn tirani* * ■■ 
b- »' ■' *i'>-nan wim '•:» 
baA'v-*i» rl*iir *•'*' 
l*i»n' 'na' and anoa 
gt* Trim* 


$6500 

INCOME 

YEARLY! 


A :i"ia baaj's fisa 
A )ul.' air*n m''a m .'•** «i 
a ' ' h ti>a »ink ttiroigis :t*ii 
tinnri Psiii rafnrnt baarmri" 

iac*a iB'aga awningi **n« 
I:*** «'• mnrtaa** oi 


$ 1 O Onn ri*-*;,*®! hiiBia 

I 4' JvU iB a rhaira Ima'ion 
NI’*It landtraprd ba'k ind Irani 
siuK'B aitaiior n>inugh'hall |*1*» 
with (’md*ii* 1 ring roam nag 
lir’*’i ana {ii*pla<r citai'-ilia dm- 
ink rtiiim -abioai kut han ih>a*- 
plara ha'nrnniti tan badraom* Pull 
rrmrnt B***rern> with nrw Oil*0* 
M*tr naannt unn dri<r*-ifl gar- 
■ I* A'lin* i*rm» ran aaailv aa ar> 
tani*d 

Plaair fomari Bi*n Hindr, 
3-11*1 ansKin* 


$4200 


$9750 


MK MCHOLS 4-4»T, EVU 7-JII4 


RENT BEATERS 

‘ HI QUADRA 


REVENUE 
CLOSE IN 


SEA VIEW 


int *aiai KOL'H I.AHOE 
4 Ill* n*n*f ai'n 
• - . f *r; n»i *ii. Aril 1n- 
— tr*- ■ 

r V mas l.arr 

■**'4>ls *>s : 4 -ling 
Mis Aiiiarsd*! 1-Ui4n 


“ObvifiUhly B n<*>4l>\AiHl . . . iith«*rulM4 he'd rr»d (hr 
pap«T al hiMiir and Imik at (h«* KirJa at iniffe** break.** 


Tan Mia Pnin< araa Rama tipa 
Bis rnsmi «isd rump'.; t -jm < > 
I. .lie ttiarhta t4 

$14,700 

htR KlCHOia 4-4IS1. EVU 7-31I4 


t IN<’OMF I' 
^nsas piiuS s 
: r lanai 
f-uli p' . a , '.IT 


$7950 


CLOSE TO MAPLEWOOD 
OAKMOUNT PARK 
Priced at SI 000 


57 HOl'SKS FOR SALK 


JUBILEE 


3205 FRECHETTE 
$2500 DOWN 


CARBERRY 

GARDENS! 

REVENUE 


la Iha Hlfh MapiawBod a"* wt 
l)*sa t>a*a l•>l<lltl*la .n hasa.g 
a i;,p<ti'a>-. *(.|»*.st aam't nT <h'* 

tsibdirxloD Many *f ihaia 
la's tr* tf-arl and **rh hat a*. a’, 
lani .-uil t.o’* ar* •* (aai and up 
rluta (0 trhoal and isn IMsad 
ilraais BurrPundini hnuta* aara • 
Ian- h H A Irsant and OI<rfnplrs 
Hupiat rorsiractora wputa b* piaa>ad 
*n at*l*l tnu 

CMtait Mr t V »*und*it. 3-I3I7 
Bifnit ar •undas,- i|> 


RANDALL'S 

LTD. 


F. N. CABELDU 

LTD. 

nil BROAD NTRECT J-YPt 

Mamodf o( Mu-UPla UaUng B jraau 


$4750 


D*i iniri* H H A *iih 
SWDvJ bataaiani tuuahla J'lr ' 
badrxmn. r 1 badrntwna ais>l ^i.- 
ailr Wondrrfi,) «law lo> Alinn 
I nvalr larg* kttihrn. Wiiad tr*T 
ranga hni waia' and pliimbad :<,i 
Bandit aathar. ’ir* tmk Eianuon- 
ral<* haa'ad with tawdutt pli>*d 
hn'-au lurnaif Lo-aiad in pa***! 
!''*»• amrmg naw l»om*« «!«*• 
romigh <'s arhrs::i (n* kidd ai to 
hnaia 1 'r luh'h Through 
hall nai lirsnrt lmm*<!ia<* pot- 

t/taion 

THIB 18 E3tc-EniOAAt VAl.rr 
ASO YtT THE CASH nfPrR THE 
owrrcH wil-L rovsiOER wili- 
AMA7-E VOV A8 HE MUCT «EtX 
IH A HCRKY' 

Addiait arB..a’iia bv Lir.ur-ing Drrii- 
la* Haaaat ir 3-31*1 aliai hnurr. 
a «t»4 ni 3-lldli 


T*rm* 


Lib. I irir - fan f**r- 

'ah'ha- thraa isrg* badriy'ms 
t- a*' : httl 

L"";;;.; $n.95o 

MR WHYTE 4-4117. IVI3S a-S07« 


ESQUIMALT 


JAMES BAY 
NOT NEW BUT NICE 


a Pn II room nuni* nw > 
ra ad Mad'it' harnai 
Innt USrlgdad 
^armt 

I 4341 Mr* La'aiidar 


WATERFRONT 

Stucco 


Id rr.f Pm. a 

I apr»oin'm*r't 'n »'•* ornh* 
A Lnaman 1-^'J'S tns 'imi 
nasidanrf 3-3M7 

3 BEDROOM NIFTY 
EICnHTY NINE FIFTY 

l«7' - HinM OOAIJRA opp 

iTTPRBAl- -h'* '»rn **.ia'’=> 
m* has lart* ilffg room ... 

. dlniise -noin *!! '~om* fhni'»- 
ill daMiia'vd Phil batrmrtst lair 

. - .« 4.» 0 r 


ATTRACTIVE 

CAOnA' 'ht*« b*dioo«t 

l>OyU\/ larc* btirhan. ng 
(.inm attrg uptiaira rooiB b* ron- 
raliad 'tkira Pu 1 :(lBaDl baiabsa,,'., 
hisi>a-r luma. a Tata* |77 71 
Vana'ian blind* terliidad riaa 
l>nrad .5: la lardan tiaadv lan- 
tiy hiiBia riaan and naai 13 IdO 
down ai'h too par aio-.^ih lain ir 
7;i-iD( '.> »t* par maoib or <!aor 
i.''a a* aaairrd 

P Maii.ini I'71T« Bvai < MU 


r'ai. M't A-axandai a IMif. 


MM naw b«i' in ati ahrm' tla • of 
touair Conritlt at 1 lar»» 
apirklint Aa'dwood la mtut '.nsms 
Au'onsdii' c'l ^tt-wa'rr haa‘ ag 
Full high bgtaRifiii nrisr.in ggiag* 
Pladr ulia arraagad an iha'- U:iih 
(ha U>i» tiring ic'im and din.nc 

••• Oi 1 .* > * •. *••*.; \ aa • 

a, rail* and rnuuniain* Th* who a 
p-ooaji' li.'I'idini gardan* l» t’n 
■It, ula'a ansi . ha in,a. -C oB H.-- - - 

loan CrtMthi i* *t.ai:*ni pma 

$14-700 

■ ra*. Mr Dasii a g«l* ar 
Mr Jalfas d-lMt 


CHANCE OF A 
LIFETIME. $3550 
CASH BUYS 


ABBEY PARK 
CORDOVA BAY 
Sea View Lois 
High LocotiorY 
Priced ot $1000 Up 


NADEN 
DOCKYARD 
4 ROOMS— OIL 
TRY $1200 $ 1 500 
DOWN 


northwestern 

SECURITIES 

OP YICTOHIA LTD 
111 TAT&B AT BRUAO 


P<i- tha la*’ :: • , 
dr IMREE 

1 Iff' *0 TOP 


rirrh ir.'.. 

ar bring an 


$8950 


Wt ara pI*B**d announia Mit’ 
aa nata i«*u appn|n(*t) aa.iitisr 
aaanl* of thlt >Q U-! *;hslli.«lon 
Eaih I'll .* wiltiln 1*0 laal ol iha 
taa and a-.;..** a ti'«a'h 'aklng *aa 
an." Liih *ii- •■*» TR* pfu*-*... 
ha> nai i-ai sprints tar pool* and 
!•'« ara i»a*d Thi* It 'h» 
rmaM tubdisisioa •* ha«a ***11 
ti mam L,-.- a- b* f- m 

U ra*' u|i N H A hiBni and 
Oltmpi' Mumr* ri'r-.’fBri'iTt alH h* 
platsad In aiUsi rnu Thi*a tampl* 
hbuta* Bi:l («nwn*nra (nnttrur'ian 
under 'ha NatloBal Hou*ing iB iha 
naar fu»'ira 

CMtaM Mr T V Haundar* a-g||7 
nigh(* «r Bundati -I, 


$2000 DOWN 


OAK BAY 
EXCLUSIVE 


id modarn . 3 fo 
;i-njgn ha'i baitman! a, 
• It ua'hioomt Au'nm* 


LOOKING FOR 
VALUE > ;> 
drive by 

581 BAXTER AVE. 

(Otf Glonford) 
Here's Whot You Get 


<*OPT rOTTAilE WITH xr* 


'"'ATB H 


CORDOVA BAY 
$3500 Down 

Hara li a iii-lr '.otr'r fi»w bmpa 
ahirh ifu uiiat a la*a* air;: 
cabinat ai’*han inr»u*h ht,l. m 
iBg room i*n latga ba-lronmi ?*a« 
nrnka aasamant, garaga 

aod Oll-O-Ma ,' haaunt it a,*n 
ha> a 'a,ga i>r< hard and a aondar- 

$i 3.900 

VALUE PACKED? 
YOU BET' 

$3000 Down 

t-arga li<i a r»nm wi'h a ’ tighi " 
(l*a tl'*P>ira (amiis * *a diniht 
rnnm a r*al b<g Biirhan aiih panuy 
-both with in'* a( i-’ipbaard tpao'. 
i lafga badroom* 3 up.' I d«an and 
• pamhrtikr Dainronm nn (h* main 
riwir (nv* railing* and ucurad 
planter rmphajiiir iha rharm at ihlt 
hnma nl hnma* iiluai*d or a laige 
(,u!* !-•** rnst'ad Cadborb Bar -■ 
Ii boei :a*t long tf 1 1 
full pile* i I I /T-aU 


LAKE HILL 
3 Bedrooms 


$15750 

MR WHYTE 4 4177. EW t-kiTM 


. P Mai -.-i. >.7l'.4 E**a 

4-a«34 

OPPORTUNITY 
On the Woterfront 

A lirg* horn* whiih can *a*iir b* 
conrtriad into t’.Has ur duplra 
Thu h(ig>a I* iB p«r!*ei condUlao 
and ha* bad in* bad ot cart and 
auanuon that mnnar could buy 
Tiul* uaaurpa*t*d riawi Rmail 
gi'ilan I baltara ihtt YKtnna 

■*.M:n,*’nB*"'‘'.$ 1 7.000 

Jam*a R. L Burrldga 
1-7174 Bv*t 4-m« 

ST, PATRICK ST. 

A lotajy bunttiuw aim a baauUlal 
gardan Lumg ronm. 17(11. a 
cpmbinad dining r«*>m. den wi'h 
lltaplar* and »unpnrrh oil 0 «t-u- 
Ma'ic rirgi. larg* bat*man( with 
aatra btdiaam a8d l*lla< bgilt abn** 

;?r;r‘:i"' uaiBu. $ 12,000 

Call Cmdr Wur(ai*. i-7iTt at 3.1i*l 


ahnpn.ng P. '4»a anna ga .‘'B 
D* .uta rlarlM .aa.nal a,».|>an 
•lin Uiili-ia kauiig a-aa t.aig* 
roAiti wiih ou»n liT*(ii* * 
TWn gnad badmams nil ha’h CX- 
gupan.> ran b« last 

Undtar Aiaiandar. 3-VUI 


EXCEPTIONAL VALUE' ! 
BEAUTIFUL - MODERN 
$15,950 


4 '|r»,l:>, .1 . * ;.lr*.»n 

riot# u> ahouping but arhnoi Thi* 
hnma bat larga lirihg rixim on*a 
fiiaii<a,'f alaiifif kiuhan atth dii.- 
mg aiva FiRi high basamani pm - 
waiar haailrig dri**-in gaiac* l.ir 
a tamil* ham* **a ibia baim* v-.-i 
h,.v Saay l*rmt eOOAn 

Pull BMC* $VoUU 

Mr Twaml** Era* 4 44** 


*:»* pl.is -'imp..* r -;ilfl 

a)'h lltapa'a m !.-i**manl Baa-i 
'll I'lt rlarnrata/l intM* and flul 
N«-; Wi'r.wt 0 *acb *rn .nl and 

.ar., $i6.8oo 

To riaw B'l Mrt Johnaion. 

4-M44 or 3-M44 


ARTISTIC 
SECLUDED 
SEA VIEW 


up (4 'ha.m.h 4'* <n ava>. flcal. 
'hit Oak Ba; bg'ga.'W is a 

qui*i t'r-*l and ha- a ianii*rap.«t 
taid*B anh a ba-kgin-inn ol na»s 
riir.iigh hai: Ifg* i\,ng t-,m. 

dining r:="Bi pr*"-7 kluhan h'*aa« 
fa»! «i,ar* iiirr* h*dr*«m* and r.a n 
an m*in (l,*ot A'l om* 'i oil h'*' 
hirait - rm.*narl »>a»*»nke' a ; h 
iiimpja rcH'di (.rap, a * ■».l»i and 

• hcaar. dt's :.--m »•- llrra ,. a 

noma far *ha tam l> ai'h ia'*d 
ir.uratta ani honni** Tha pr>'a ir. 
rluda* aaii-la-aail raipatt and 
man* at'is* 

Phoira Mrs Ahirir> 4 *114 W 
a 1444 »taningi 


"A GOOD BUY" 
CLOSE BY 
OAK BAY HIGH 
ONLY $3000 DOWN 


1 TTirra **j*i*f brdritoma 

2 Pull bigh hasamani 
] nu-O-Matir hradng 

4 On* «*ir Aid 1 la* ad n. 
s t.«i*r living room 
t Dining mom 
7 Oak llnors 

I Caninai kitchan rwirad, 

• t.aria dining tr*a In h-rrhan 
I* Fn'ir-piar* ly«ibra<* badwiwtoi 
II Dr-tsa-tn gi'gga 
11 Mir* lai wiin Iruit tr*** 

M*nv flinar taai'ira* Cauld noi b* 
d>ibila*ipd •' an>wbar* n**r ihii 

?L., $11,000 

nciutit* with Haio llodgl-r 
a-ll*l ar t-3ll4 dar ar aighi 


Thlt I* an* ol »h* n"s*i grt nua 

• nd |< ra*ing homa' isailt’'.* uni*' 
and 1 tn-i ara drsiri-ut nl li''dlnB 
tnmrihing (kgtsianding thru -v an 
maa'.t aa* inu. Pour badmaoir »r 
u>r*» badniomt and dan daiign'fui 
litmg room aiia mndarl’il 

• i'.i panaliad dining iiMtn rtealiant 

fcl'rhan. lull «aa*manl Oil-O Ma'lc 
haai-'if letaiT gardtn Cnatly aa'i- 
In wii, carpal, in mam roonu 
Caoipara -nit alth g.isthing '>a' 
ynu na** **»n al P 1 7 QKn 
ihi* pne* oni* i I / *0 JU 

MR 8PKKO, 4-4177 


BEACON HILL PARK 
neor 

ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL 


GREEN RIDGE HEIGHTS 
N H A APPROVED 
21 Lots Left I 
Priced ot $1000 UP 

pBiaving a tar* ••ratagir Inratmn 
la rh* High Quadra araa wa ar* 
ni.*i*d in ntlrr fn! salt ihlt ul'',. 
art* Sarh lei t* trnm Ik <n IM 
r**< and (aBiurat • parkland al 
fir (ra*« and aak traaa E.srh IM 
hat a meuntata viaw l.nratad 
wiihin 1‘t mlla* al (ha city ran'ta 
All 4n|i (tiliBbl* tor Ihoa* daiiring 
Kadanal Houting building W* arr 
In a petiUriB (a (inaBia boos* and 
lot (imsirriciinn wi(h a miaimurb 
al It MO ta 17 *W in<liiutng Ibi 
K trallani plan* ar* availabl* and 
rcnirac'nrt a**«xlalad with ua at* 
aMa and wtlling lo asal'i *nu A 
pffispanu* .if in* •ubdivUlBB will 
ha availalila wllh rnmplata dauiU 
Cnniac Mr 3 V Haundaia 7-(ll7 
night* ar Handayi 'l> 


HOLLYWOOD 
CRESCENT DISTRICT 

piv* roam* wnn* aiding buntalnw 
In a . ln*a.in.wa(arl(ant loca'iMi. 
twa badtonm. gnaid *ia*d U*tng 
roam f.tanlai* cabinat ctirhrn 
dining moan oak Maori, aapara'* 
laraga A good hntn* eoOCA 
Prir* wnb i*ra* iSOYDU 

Ur. aticv*. I«*l *-4lg2 


7»t*-i'K»m ‘'B a .... 1 

tnsatai* tha taara nid ground* 
tana*cap«d Twq Dgdro'm* parf'rt 

XT . $12,900 

Tarr'i d.'-aUMad Wl'b an inia.aa'ad 
pgicn***r ron'.art E J 'T»di 
8'*wan. 4 144* or 7-1I3*. 


TNRCK - RCDROOM Utt MCAT 
■Idaf.iTi** aatni-bungalow tn iii'- 
tnp roBdltwn Naw pain> n*a 
rnrl. naw intulkiiOB naia airing 
Raw roppar rrit.i'ig priXSKMION 
'0« TWO WtlXS MLB 

Lindaar A>(«nnar, 2. MM* 


THREE SWEETS 


BRAND NEW 
Save $1000 

TW.* actai'rsB *•-:>,< h'jngainw ha* 
lull ha amriii ii" naa .nt naa 

tinrsr* ibiniighnul and wa> n'l ib 
u~.l ten tl *4-* wiiB a >ia ,'MBn 
p«v(BaBt If ami are ' -•tinr (m * 
gaiiuina ha,aaiti and i an pav na.( 
c*'h this can ba t-)'4ghL eTocA 
(ur a> !uw a. 4i/yuU 

ph'.ba Roy AllOCL'Kia* 4 1412 


JUBILEE 
$2500 Handles 

Haw ••iica prasan'ii'C i* roniB. 
firapUc* Through ball imart rabi* 
na' kiirhan twa btiuht badroom* 
Ti'lliiy rnnai Paifibrckt g- -y CAA 
bath Pull ori'* j) / OUVJ 

Mr. Dart* t«ai. 4 MM 


Hrra It :..ir nl 'ha m'M‘. - ''tandlBg 
opportuBiiir* »v*r bflarad >R ihi 
,*Vf«'ia • THRCF. RUm“ 

laparai* aoTranra* irpatalr airirra. 
ga> and aiac*.- 0‘l-0 Mt'lr haat* 
Ida. (aiat ani> tMd Ra>rn'i* ap- 
p>B«iniataly 1110 par mnnlh (7. PAR 


NOTTINGHAM- 
DEWDNEY AREA 


BEECHWOOD 

$6950 


$14,000 k!.* 

gs'aa Onod'i'** living nx.ib and 
L-*h*p* difling rnom Ihla* bad- 
r„«m* Through hall, a I nak rinar* 
BP.'a daia aierinr giirnan Pull 
ba*amaoi w.th tiraptar* Ott. ft- 
UATK' hoT air air aondi'iPn 
tmaa.in !*•*•• wi'h paiant door 
immadiB'a o-'-upai"* 

Mr liannait. l-7t7« 


Tha*a homa* ar* d<si>l*T*il in a-ir 
windnw Thara bTiRiai car. b« bulli 

on tog' lot nr «nu can puTtha** on* 
ol our .i*'ad 


Dob t mil* Thia luteir famuv hnma 
in thi* dasirab'* am Uatg* iit,ng 
room d.ii.ug tuom. TV dm rs - ■ 
1 * 1,1 kitrhan wiin br**ar*** »p«'* 
utllily r«a* Thra* oadr.Kims 
romplal* bathroom* fu,i high 0* ' 
|Ban> apac.ou* lumpu* ruaiRi 0.1 
O Uatl, hratlBg r»capLi>ina.i» *- 
bum BBd in naauiii.t m 

U.inugbuui. •howB by *0**«ir.-.Ti*nl 

;;i:, $18,900 

UR APRRD. 4-4IST 


A d*tin,(* btigain in ih.* aicallaBl 
PairtiBid logaiion IWiu*a i* ipolia** 
and 1* tiaar ih* *aa ba* and ihopa 
PuU baaamanl fun>arf drtva-m 
garaga Fruit it*** and. Inw :*«*> 
Thra* badnsom* living roam diii.ni 
roam and aarallani kllrnaa Tar 
rilic VI, ua bui iBu't b* larg* '*"1 
Pi-man' tdaol lar bum* or a 
rvnial liitattmtnl 

Pl*atv call Char'ivi Viamg. 

|.314t aartlBi* 


FAIRPIBU) n* tuxs ‘Five 
LONOKR tArriNQ flTurro r.x- 
TCRIOR Only II laar* old. hi.i.i 
o4 top-gua’it) mitaiial* Spa. i.->. i 
«nt,*nc* and thru-hill pun. 1. - 
’88ip*d living room and dining 
Thom t fniR KtTrilXH Ton 
br'Bht Mdroomi ind tuil Prmbroaa 
bain Pull raawni Mkamani and 
BB' air turnaca Dri*a in aat*t* 

Sly* $10,500 

Lindiav Alatsndar 3.M48 


On'i 9 I JU 

Pbon* Rvy I H.li* 4-»034 or J-MU 


$325 Down 


LANSDOWNE SLOPE 
Ronch Style 
7 Roams 

TYiit b*auUlut hnm* IS • m,i«( on 
vnur li*> raanruing tniough hail 
larg* living rnam • dinmv rimm 
(•mbinaiion fliighi kite han with 
braakfvat anna, 'hraa goad •* 'rad 
h*drnomi latga dan or ^ room 
(tntahart In mahocanv w.in a raiiad 
ri'aniac* ISri ha**m*n' drlva-in 
garaga and aulomailr nil naating 

$16,800 

Term* Avai.in'a ■ 

Mr Dnug Rnbartuin. Cvaa 4-M<3 


Ran-'b T»pa w'h 1 bad 
r-M-mi and a >io oil halt 
TAKh CBI- 
port 


$8250 

$8600 


20-ACRE WATERFRONT 

estate 

BEAUTIFUL GARDEN 
LOVELY HOME 

On ih* mam ftoor draa.ng ronm, 
-Siniitg (iKi.-r. kiiihan, badigom ■ ,d 
dan. 'wn baihcwimi Ra.-cind finnr- 
Ic.r hadrnrsm 2 bai&rnnm*. ma-n a 
g. Uttar* and hainranm Ai'nnti.g 
hnt wat*r haat fiocki tnatai.a mn 
■ lalUrila Dasignad b* ia*.iing 
ariDi'aci and Bgili bv fibasi bui.dat. 
The! Ik dal.r;.-',. nna of vn# fu,a»t 
a«'B'a prapvriiat 'a b* nffarad la 
•n. past dr, ana R**r 
Wreniwond Pnea 

An as .|S|i* I tling Pu>. r i,rt**i*g 
•i'andad tn n<h*r brntar* 
Pi*a>t .a-i K*n L,*a t>** 2-4**l 


Sirart I hra* -hadrAnm aturro huo> 
gainir living room wn lirvpar*. 
din-ng ronm. rahinvt gitrhan aitfe 
dlBiBf araa Hardwood lloora. full 

L^rt’ $10.95C 

Pi- 1 . r r all -Mr* '=*. - I.ga. 
4-M44. tag 7.27gg 


$9650 - $9650 - $9650 
NHA N.HA 
Close In 

$ 1 300 to $2500 Down 
Including Lot, or 
$500 Down ond Your Lot 

On dai.ghitul l"i* wi'h a*.*li*ni 
tiaw and tuk lr**» Wa ara *b|* 
■ n nffar a hniiia wtih I naa r*ai 
of flnnr apara Pull plal* gi*** 
Window* a living raom M fa*' 
long with Ri.man Ml* lir*plg>a 
f.ill-vira itinlng tti-m b*dr''ciih» ar* 
17*11 with llghiv in Th* larg* cub- 
haord* kiTrh*'« •oarimit wuh in- 
di»*f* ’ighilng nsaoT cpbisard* 
ariL •i"i 'V 'tent h»al*d and la.in- 
dlT tub" y^lII ha**mani drlv* in 
«t'*aa Mav a1v« h**» mmpla'ad 
•f '.^M. r.imou* Tonm nt a third 
hadrnntn iipitalr* (nr •pprntimaia.v 
Ih* i*ma nrir* Reman tila llaaar 
bosa* Ya..f inoi.i'ia* *ia lns*'ad 
rtvd"* a''ew*d fn, anvnna abl* m 


$535 Down 


KER & 

STEPHENSON 

LIMITED 


$550 Down 


DUPLEX 


1312 PANDORA 
Five-Room Stucco 

Complaiajf rahullt and r*darnral*d 
(hmughnut and now raadv fnr 
txcgpanry Thil raomy bunga.nw 
<1 HW vQ'.ar* lr*( of mnr *patai 
ha* wail-lo.wali rarpaltng In hall- 
wiv and bom b*draom* Dining 
ranm aould b« third baitmom if 
da'itad Sunny living room d<a- 
piBv* a nsnii aitrar’.lvg Roman 
briik firvplarv Mctdatn cupboard 
kiTehan ha* i.ita nl dining apaca 
pambrnka battHOOiB and lull btva- 
mam with hat-air furnaa* com- 
plrirv Ih* piclur* of Ibi* rnn* 
vvst*nt bungalow »o c 1 o*» to iraov- 
pefotinh kchooi* ond within w*lk- 
«ng dii'onr* of city tfnQ7C 
aOnira Pull prir* JTTr «l 

For appoin’mani to v.aw call 
Robert Ml'ChrU at 7 7141 oi 3-4411 


$1950 DOWN!! 

QUICK POSSESSION 


Puli ba»*inant garaga 
I ronm* 


$9675 


R,i ronmi 'i.ra aadtonm** 
.spnvr and 'la'hvio* s" '• 'an'ad 
•'•r 114 ai'h own '.am 0;!-o- 
Ua' : h*a’ lan naa4<-'u. ipaaoiri.T 
"loms Ri-aiivnt iMvi.an -'ll Daa 

$9750 

1, U pgineg 1 *n*4 rat 2-M4J 

SNAP 

S»*' n»k'VT I- e; - i riom 
irdv ■b'jnial'iw iti'i.i i»* »«ld Half 

V?oniT $7900 

Phnn* R,.y R lim>. 4 M44 or 3-M14 


$575 Down 


HPd*rat*l* pticad iwn-l'Vdromn 
Vh"* aiurcA noma on a o**p ii-i 
b* cadii Hill Pian-i nl ronm far 
d k.'ihaa garnrn In'ar.nr nt hn*>sa 
a*Biy dareraud Thru Aa,| nai 
flnerv TUad M-»i>'*ca in living 
gwrtin Rlartic ki'rhan wj'** a*r ana 
•a ng tpara Utw taka* donCA 
ericad TO ta,! at ^7 

Rt.im* kpn oi'iivn. 
nRAHAM HARRIS 7-im 


$9975 


UXMICR Um.TIPLl umwo 
RTTRSAD 

P4I OOVIRMWXHT ITRFIT 


GEORGE RANDALL 
LIMITED 


1148 Oodg'a* 


KING REALTY 


NORTHWEST HOMES 

■4lt 417 noiigia* 81 


YORKSHIRE 


TIME'S UP 


The Conodo Trust Co. 

4-MI4 7-4111 Dnugiai Williard aw* 4-4fl44 


CEDAR HILL 

PRICE SLASHED 


141 YARROW BLDO 


■RTARURKRTI 14441 


717 PORT ST 


B.C LAND 


DUPLEX 


MUST BE SOLD 


Fat th'i la'C* Wd Ivn 

li'Una In Pa'itiriB ti..| tia'amani 
• I'h *' tomatic , nal virikar furnara 
Al latg* t'larpv I'mild ba 

d..i'''vail Dot. I mi«a 'hi- 

I'ini'i pntvrKinn C 7 KAA 

rici 1 7u,i ,,M>* 

Call L*n LaOo'.t 4 onAt - 3 VIM 

SNAP 

$ 1 200 DOWN 

Ra**nv* horn*, idaoi for naw 

$7600 

Phiin* R 8 MilU. 4 *074 ar I 4411 

$6950 STUCCO $6950 

Smar4 4-rnnm iturm bungalow. 
B'laibad garaga i.tii *ia'*m*nl 
wiTh {itrntr* Riii.Biad 1.1 Hlvh 
0»adM Pt|. a tai|u-*d lodav by 
larm Ownar «*»» a'l. ez.OCA 
g: -w flown Fill , ' a JOyDU 
Urv I ihnvinn. «'id4* ar 3-4g>k 


OAK BAY I 

CLOSE TO NEWPORT | 
AVENUE 

WRt.L Btm.T SIX ROOMS rRRRB 
BXDROOUS r.XPPNBtVK OIL 
HOT-WAUR AUTOMATtO 
NXATIRll 

rXCin.i.rHT LUCAriOS na*r Ih* 
b*arb. bJ* and ai»ra« Through hall 
plan larga Uvtnt twom grg»d iit* 
dining tnnm Hardwood finara V«- 
nvtian bllBda Klaairig tl(rh*n til* 
link and Inlaid Iibp High-, -ailing 
davlight bgvamant paav drl*«-lB 
garaga Snai! n*at gatdan On a 
g'liat aira*i lYiu hnma buitt about 
14 vaar* and In vplandid mndl’lqn 
QOim PtjsaxxstOH Oat iillr ar 
I*'** mnnyag* a'ai:**,'* rhii 

‘ $ 13,250 

P'i"har p*'" ’ilB'i and 'o *'•» 
pl**v* 'i‘ Ur L'.ViTt tnrkvnir* 
Corpnration 4-1414 r** 4-4144. 


Sturdy thraa- v**f. old ton nndi 
•r<i . n (ningainw W'tn aiua 
mnm and pl'unbliig m ba'air 
Thru-hall plan IB ft living i< 
prrh to rt.nal'a 8).*' inac t.tad 
Wi.'Vd g'I'han Nirali l*.,rt*M 

Sgubi* bM K*nv pBtv**«..,a 
ORAHAM HARRIS T-Uk4 


A. BERNARD 


& Investment Agency Ltd 

OnR nnd TtAR IH RFAt. KRTATI 
Mambar MuiUpt* Living R'-itaag 


rtTV l-a.ga 4 ,,«,m eu,'m 
PUMNArk 2 l/)T* Own*, m 
i o%n uui I'r,, a 8 * 1 * i*rm> 

::::...* $6 


DRIVE BY 
1265 FORT 


S CO LTU 

g» Pan Straa* 4 41*4 

M*m»*r Vwloria Real K*(at« Shard 


PATRICIA BAY 

Al'r*r .v* taut ' ronm a.iiifB 
t*'ga I't Ownar iaavtng 
Oiy T**m» al 

igr R'' • I '*xi' **'» 


NEAR UPLANDS 


Oppbiti* Canlral -I'lnlnr High lh > 
mndari. gtitr.-n h'.m* loiinoi be 
bat' for Icraliivfl nr pfit* Pa,’* 
l.ivitig tnom 12(14 flraoiac*. dining 
ruom iOfg baautiful <ak floor* 

. iMnai aiar'nt kilrnan ihro'igh 
hill t«-i C>--d (II* 'Ttl'WMB* f.ill 

hign h***m*i'i. *ui«»in*ii* ha**, 
flrrva- n garaga vnggil - '-a* gi'dcn 

"rir^r,;;’" $ 10,500 

Cai. Oaotga la.cgp 
Xta 7- 1411 Da>. I-7t4t 


It II act BfiaB that ana ha* .h* 
rnanc* 'n bill a i.amg with 'ha 
nuir' wall* uf *1114 ib-cfc iwncral* 
it-'-rh* ivturro rnva'vg, It ibauick 
lB*t IPA vaatv yivr icff Bir* room* 
nri giiximt finm plu* bathroom 
Canraalad vairwar TO two oiira 
badrooriii Mol • witar 0<1-n-M<'IC 
h*at Ho ( 1 * 1.1 In immaaula'* coi- 

d 'ii.n 1 -- .,< «'l andk o;,r 0 Ra«i 

• •li-in-a«l! ;.:-Bd'"ofB .ar'.aTi .am- 
bo***d' AH thi* now e 1 O TCfV 
■ I in* r«du' *d piH* of ^ i O- / uU 

GONZALES 

4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS 

Thi* l.n* ('a* S*y ravi-iania 

i« n**, a «*Adi baarh Ida*i (nr 
a fimiii "na b*dtoflm nr TV rn"m 

• 14*I4, doan and ng'hro"*’ 'bra* 
tivflrnnm* and baih up Oil h*ai 
Pa.ii^ded l•,•lT«,■p*d g*rfl*n n*a 

..r.4 Avkln, 516,500 

Cb' 1 Mr n*titi*«a 4 41t>. 

avv* 2-3441 

GORGE-TILLfCUM 

A rgir rn«r and comfn''»»t* i‘i- 
rnom ■'-r-n bungau'w Larga 
Ing fonm ai n ltr*pig,f o.-* '*'n 
hadiiHim (tbinai kMch*i> wirad 
lanv* Ht>"m*Bl n*v hot aa'a, 
haa'log f'irni'a V*tt luilab’r fnr 
tatirad 'intpU o»*' eATKO 
vtnrav and h.ii Pri.r . 

Mr Armitamif 4 till Xva, I^PPiW 


Ua.) Ot*r Rril.t-Y HMART 

HIM WMitir ^yiirt ti hi u.ia- 

1 <■•,*.* A g va 

r for _ 


1039 ROCKLAND 
4 -Room Bungalow 


LAKESIDE 

FOUR ROOMS 


$7600 


SMART 

WHITE STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 


A lummer >f'r**i m hon* 'n • *a- 
vl.idad grr* of .(#*» Ra.'»--'4taa 

-Tnivrint H*w Ourmd t<wil '»at 
•iha Priill Itaa. TBiat It' 77 4''h 


a'*,* garag* RKALLT UHtMP- 

$6500 


$6600 


$9500 

SAVANNAH AVE 


OLD WORLD 
CHARM 
FOR * 
$3400 DOWN 


$5500 


$1500 


p„.i p. 

R"f 'na** t*niin* »»arg*iii* ,*il 
l^RRY RAHDR 4 7741 l>a* } a«pp 

FAMILY HOME (or) 
REVENUE 

Vary rnm("t'aria homa ho' aa'a* 

haat Main f: 4 room* ai'h 

;*r;blnt a',d haidwond fitv ii i.,- 
4 ; .yn'-- Kll pliimT.iog a* 
a fam iv homa ih.a 1 * lu' ‘ f"a 
raw,;,.-r will a*<il« b'lr.f 1*1 '<«r 
• o'l'h pl,i* main flrmr far nwna, 
f r. .1 and •' i>m*l> )A* 


of thu mndarn -l'.. " 
i*v ba*ti 'ra'-kfafad Big 
NHA antivtfuailon i l» 
17*11 fiiap'tc* dinaca 
ilctia' Ih.-aa '»*<!voobi« 
iv*mant. lull haaamarr 
artga l•fga in' It 08* 
' ran h* ati<im*a 

' *.: 0*«rg* 2***gp. 
3-1141. K*» 3-IM7 


MONTREAL TRUST CO 

11)1 Oovarninant 8’raat 

UPLANDS SLOPE 

fti 0*g hav IB a b*tg’lf.»"» Jar"! 
v-apad «»iB*f .at it*ai bu* v'op 
in*POln| and *<-haoi w* na«» I,! 
•a'a a •*'7 )*a,fab-* 'ao badtioo 
ham* e.th ‘aM' .ivng room am 
g.nmt "Him raBinai k''han an. 
u’llt'? fgl' hav*lB*o* w.'h h" 
a.r J„rn*'* *"d S'>Ta--o g* •*» 
li-ai;»Bt i.aan'iBg •* five «•*»' 
Mn'Kat* ol g7P*4 ai » . mar b 
• ••um*d Pfi.a <1 ^ OOf 

iaff»rv -;«n»ld*rad> ^ ' J, TW 
4 A ChagviB l-liJI *va*.2-7»ll 


UPLANDS BORDER 
6 ROOMS— 1 FLOOR 


OAK BAY 
FAMILY HOME 


S»**n-raom hou** '. '.AK SAY i*n 
a gui*t iit**«. affating 

1 . 8|iari*ui panallvd dining and 
Uvmg room* bn'h wiih op*n 
firapla. V* 

I Twa b*(lr'nim* down, wn* w.th 
onan firaplara 

I y$.liv in*<iitt*d fnr warinih In 
w.pivr 

4 Twa bedtonm* i.p -"la bi'h 
•parial dr«t*ing tnnm 
4 (vtptoardi ga»<ia 
4 Small iBvI-fra* gardan 
A fodd buy at full pii<* 


ctinicE lcitatioh sot idly 

CONSTRUerrED butiga.nw In PINSr 

ciJtss roNurnoN Pii 7««i< 

bivamvnt bav Ufl. HW HKAn.'«t» 
tixrr v'otagt and lauBdrv room 
piui room lut P'ay robm. drtva-iB 
ga'ag> TM'i ball plan )M» LR 
Pranrh door* to ramtly-viga DR 
*p«(i'>g* rablndl t :>h*n ha* Praac- 
fa < area } TWIH-Sf/.S BEU- 
pi.*nMH and larga ba'hrBom Haa.y 
n*l ti.~r\ Saa anil nw unia.n 
v.aw at'd Inva.T gardan YOU Witt 
APPRXetATP THR VAl.tJX HIHR 
Tarm. or -..at ., 0 . 6,800 

Ur Sal, hat 4-tll$ r(*v t-ikP4 


Sl'.ia'afl no tvn va,. lan.iv apad 
Wvli M'llh »f in* Ivanu' Thi* *ar, 
'haritiiof IPvaarnld holn* offar* 
ih*«* |>ai'irr* la ih* humaa**g*,v 
larg* living rinm wuh f.rvplara 
fuavt dining ra:m> »i*r<r„ kiirhan 
with nawt ' wa aood ba.itt.iini* pl.i* 
• •ni*:i nad'uam ar d»n PambrnB* 
bi'hruum ai; «n main flr-^r DIu* 
la , good b*dr<»om< ind thraa-piai* 
Pam'-jtokr b*lhrvi,m "irau ••!- 
>a* PtiM bavamant with tggndrv 
tn„m •'•o •B"t!i'- reom lor vtor- 
M* driia IB gsiaga a'l ha. air 
pari*** h**i Man* o'h*f *"rBa- 
lit* (aa'-.r** Inriudag at 'h* «*rv 
»..«n.b.. prua 5 , 5 5 QQ 

Saaannabla t*rmi will b* ttvan tg 

T'laliflvd par'* 

Plaav* rtL Mr Agar 4 MM ar 
Sav 3-44IP for apm'immani (• 
ft*w ind larihvr oarticulacg 


$6500 


SWINERTON'S 

iCatibiUhad 1444) 

PH BBOL-I3KTOH ST 1-7141 

OIL FORCED^AIR 
5-Room Stucco 

lAraiad on Adiniiav Sold IB 'hg 
Oovf* gtia Id ipo'Icv* rn'idi'tan 
and «*ry modaia thU bungalnw U 
«alv thra* y*arv old Davignad wi'h 
through ba 1 . t(i* living (worn ha* 
f.rfpaia ang nuv larg* windoo't. 
Th*r* 1 * a d'ning rawm and in* 
alartrlO (*4in*A titcheo with brvak- 
faat *par* 1 * a dandv lYtar* *rg 
iwn nlra bnlrogn* 'On* 'Win • a*, 
and Parnbroa* bain Yo-t wi‘i '"'a 
th» light aag fiPBil Oh vav’ • 
baau'ilully f.nivhad rtmai.nn rnom 


RETIRED 

COUPLE 


*ng*<l 


COTTAGE-^3 LOTS 


$6900 


SfXNKI-HSOP KOAO 
V*** a'trarti** tiunga i-w 4ft< 
Inu of laiid around 11 W-"i!d * ih 
fl v'd* Rnma and 1'* eCCA^ 


(t> Mmtni Dmigta* Sarl'idM bun- 
#•'"* *118' *aa T7FW l.vrge Tot 

living rtw,m with riifplara 11(21 
'wn b*d:.-om. 

<• Sflval 0*k- Aitrar'iv* bunta. 
1"v nn '.-fl'T* In' nnod gatilan 
gv’Vga Harl-idad Oaod tfCC/\A 
la,m. Prira ^DDUVJ 

IVio Sa-nn 4-*1>4 or 4 4131 


For intpa.iien piaaia a!l 
0*( Hnban I-04T4 


MUST BE SOLD 

4-Pnnm S'.ngaln* Naad* anma fin* 
t*hmi !f ha** gmw WF raS 
DFAC. Pn'r- -T. pt'* and i*»ma. 
S*a atl D*v-,nin''* Sn*d and 
m*«* offar 

P7>nna W Amo* 4 0404 wwakand. 


FAIRFIELD 
Mu^t Be Sold 

A **’V romf'irtabia horn* la goM) 
fond'itno I’nmadia'a «*«Bi>anrv 
Vaatibula. living ronm. dlotng 
roBan kiirh*n *i*B nl.* b*drBoir* 
and bathreanm and kunrnwvB Pull 
bo'amani hn< air naaiiog. good 

pf**"”" $6900 

Call Ur Pranrii «v« 2-n«4 

HIGH OUADRA^$6950 

A pl*a*ini ai'rar'iva wail iorg<*d 
«.grro hnm* Vat'ibul*. I'ving rnom 
Blin Mraplara gfwid t'Trnvn Twg 
Bla* Iliad b*diT>nm» and balhr«AiB. 
rt*iva-in g*'»g* hOi-air SiCaKA 
ha*' nt pTi'* >0“3V 

Cai, Mr Pranria. **a« 2-l1tP 


A LOT IN 
OAK BAY? 
CANT BE, 
YOU SAY7 


Hnm. and S 

STiap -hi* up Ibday 

DEWDNEY AVE 

Al. a«r*ilanl J'vadroom Cninniat 
Tn* Hr.m* In initnar ii'i’a rimdi- 
iian tnrouchaui Oil hnt-Air Ivaa 
me full havamani. drl**-in gar*** 
'-nm Una Varr ahnli* 1 ua'lnn 
av«t Svv l**ai ani* 1147 M>l*‘. 

“a »n,d Immadiaialy. e 3 C QCA 


$6300 


$800 DOWN 


WESTERN 


$1500 DOWN 


' •• ..-.'i .»*, i.',n 'nnv'ni 

'» I’l •■•ra* wuh tii-'a n»w 'hra* 
-iom'd bungalnw dint '•-I',ng rr*. 
U»w v»,.fr 'gng* in''bflad I, 


WHY RETIRE^ 


'INDSDR PARK and fUngad b 


$4000 


lurpit* and d"**-in gara** Thia 
h-ima I* full* .niw.ai*d Cmild b* 
guirk p******ion 11 A 

T*rm* arrant*# . A lw,a Jw 
C Crww. 7-7141 tat 


MR. FAMILY MAN 
$2500 DOWN 


1(0 ,i*r mnn'R navnan't 
'-‘•11 Ian leD"ii » M74 "i ? »*73 

GLIMPSE OF HARBOR 

P'>*-r""m h'lngain* hign viaw 
'‘"mn'*''lv mnriaru'aad Hardwand 
finnrv P*nbr"ka nr'va-in garaga 
II (A,- dnwri 44fl mtm'h 
Far part»-ii-ar* ra’l S I4nti('*iB. 
4 aAkt ar 4-7M7 


L«n)y PTFTttN HUNDSB7 

DOLLARS. BUT DON'T 
BREATHE A WORD TO 
ANYONE ELSE ABOUT 
THE PRICE) 

BkaB*g rail 

* Do* HnlMn 1-<HT4 

7 FOR THt 

YOUNG 

HEART 


Sr lAYD S01I.OINO 
477 On»*rpman( S’ra.t 4-4i: 

Mambar of Sag. gi'tt* Bagrg 
af VIr'.Oiia 


$9250 


Pnur -badroom mndarn I'ljaan tami- 
bungalow fiva larg* rnnmv inaliid- 
ing a (hrn.igh nail living rm.m 
livik ram-!' -v-t' i-n.n* rw"- 
fo.>r-pl*r* ^wiarnt* ba'hrnMm two 
'W ln-«l(* badvngovv rnamv rabinar 
(t<rh*B wirnt fnr rang* and 1 ; * 
tirtk. P'111 mvrn fnoi lmv>m*nl 
wi'h griva-ta t*t*i* H</' air 

piped furnara Late* .w» 73 vlIP 

wall land*, apod in truK 4 raa« 
lawB finwrr* and gatdan A wan- 

$10,850 

or will (f*d* m inra* t»*drwwm 
homa ui Pairfiald or Oak ha* 
f^a*a a*k far Jim RMlnt* l-JlkY 


CADBORO BAY 


LANSDOWNE SLOPE 


CAPITAL CITY 

REALTY 

PM OORMORANT 4-18X 

A LITTLE GEM 
$1500 DOWN 

Al'raria** naw 4-fabm •’urra bun 
ggiBw wi'h fill ba**m*«t A'l r.ai 
no»r* picwd furnara naa'ria k. rh 
*n with amol* dinteg ina,-* Drtva 

Ip garaga AmoM aaw bamav Hrmi 
OougiB* ara* eOKHT 

Onrrfl vil'ia al 30-JVA. 

K*n 1pB',i*r* J-II44 l**Blr>g* 


EXECUTIVE'S 

PARADISE 


A faiir mnr'frn liui gvtaw ol : JM 
•gwar* fa*l W-th (hra* badtnam* 
end a full b«**mant with *(r*ll*n( 
hf.img plan' V«rv baaiT.fuUv 
andtiBpad A*g Mr Craw ur ihuw 
vvi -hU on* wnirh I* wrlutivafy 
luiod C 1 J ACA 


GILLESPIE. HART & CO 
LIMITED 

Itl.rari Strt*« 4-1141 


Ln**:v V'lt'.nn p*'lai lira 

rnfl» l'i»rao "Ndnr «1r’» App'Ki 

milady II yagr* aid OO-O-Malx 

x::. $io.95c 

Mr Idward* «*ai t-4f1l wr 
Mdaar 44H 


FRASER BISCOE 


$8500 


A hnrna vou"! b* proud '0 0*0 ttfd 
an'ariain >0 larg* rumpud rnnm 
•nd bar m bavamant which hat *• 
b* va*n iB b* appr*cia(ad Vtry *n- 
Ciudad tora'iOB bo iraffie pa*t 
Vay* gut*' *'«• Thi* I* a thi**- 
badroom hom* with thiough hall 
Th* ki’.haa • 1 dr»am wi'h lw**dy 
vi*w t«rn -h'av rar garaga Thi* 

progar'y r*duc*d * * n qaA 


$3000 DOWN 
Immaculote Condihon 

wnsm ih* mu* ctrrta o« a ggiai 
*•' -g*pT •'real ha I binrg ta 
l••n•m>r*.a'<s^ 4'* ranm* P'Ut b',.- 
It, and »*pBra'a gtrag* Salan.-* 
pgvani* 00 omnabl* pagmant* Im- 

m*4i*t« poa**a«BB 


THE CITY BROKERAGE 

14|i SI ANSHASO rr 
PNONt 4-Min 


FAIRFIELD 
$2000 DOWN 


H A HUMBER LTD 

I7M Srwod StraH 4 1 


-Till* bp-and-Anwa da- 
J//UU pl*» wits t*parat« an- 
Icon.* iw* «(it-rantaiB*4 rui'** 
with only 12 kOi down. 44* mahlbiy 
Clo*o IB 

r^AAA • P>*a-rnam bi;ngolflw 
$/yUU *'l aawlf d*a«*r*tad 
• 'I'nmari, ml h»*' h# Hop* ctiy 
a«nif* Xavy tarma 
STCAA S*van ’otm bmira 
$ / OUv) rnuid aa*ilf b* maOa 
tnia a ta**nwa proRart* wiih anl* 
tl 444 down bav momhly pat- 
•oeia 


$1000 Down $1000 
3 BEDROOMS 
HIGH LOCATION 


AovB* 'ha raai r*a*nn wh» wm 
mill *vpanaBra 'o** at firai iighi 
«*r* ta a mirtdl*-*l*ed h«i** for 
• middlf tiaad f*mllv «"h b*auty 
UirnBghnul OMomlng bat tl--uir( 

C tat vow in th* anltarra 

II living *nd diBlnp ronm* Th* 
MOn-aaving kiichan t* war* wma- 
pn . graam DOtfSLX S)HK 
-last SUSAN rablB*U a*»araia 
brooktaat ar»a Twa twin-kiraci b*w- 
ro 0 «a--PINK PKMSROKt PLUMS 
tT((7 Pull avmwnt ln***na»t with 
lart* r**r**ti*n rnnm **((4 tg 1 l*l 
In V NATURAL SriTINO ••<*'>••• 
TALL OARS »hU TWO-YKAS-OLO 
•UNOALOW tatm 04 A Mr fw-l 

srr $14,200 

-Yrtts I7»S4 ,a»h will *07 *WW » 
ah# hMM wt vBwr drwwma. 

Mra. AlvianSaf 1-4*44 


Wv*r Saaran H.:| Park nidar-rvpa 
nnm* T. aCrClanl rchdlllnn Sif 
'•nmv m*ifl 'innr flu* .-wn,aa'ad 
•'airwav '0 <WB raom* up OIL-O 
MATir NXATINO Pull batamant 
d'»v.;n gBrtga QUICK POMIRN- 

r:..** ...tm, $8950 


413M DOWW 

T>|,*a -tnin r. .-a« b'jnga’flw wns 
»•— » n-lud** vary nirr 

:a'ga 1»« 
fin.v 


$7500 


FOUL BAY 
AND LANSDOWNE 


II 40* wilt hand)* 

1 tefTniit < ■0(v Of 7-44&I 
iwBvtarn Saanrtti** Ud. 


$4900 


ju*l I* *aa'« Bid •:••• bin 

galBW Rarapi'an ha I la n>'* ..ving 
maiin Opan r.t.pli'* .brirt' 77ir*v 
t(Mvd badrimma with w*'i in tiaihw* 
riB**i Th-M-pl*'* P»whr'’k* bath 
•pgringi -•‘i’t'*' dtah*'' with iwl* 
af dining a'fa pl'.v a *m*ti rnom 
aff tn-h*n ig.taol* let utll.'y 
tewm Sa**iV'*oi nor *■' t*iri** 
tt-fl rumpuv 'wnm haat*4 nr.va- 
tn gai*g* pigi *apara * g*rag* 
fiflB d gardvn U bM.dnun |14 per 

?rT*‘'‘ ' $8950 

P**i* phana C)>ff nr**n, fPan 
tv on A 1.2)17, tv*« 4-111*. p-3in 


UPPER SHELBOURNE 
LOVELY BUNGALOW 


BY THE PARK 
FAIRFIELD 


A'-'gr ir* *tBaca hnma I.iviqg 
rn-m wi'h ap*n f7r*[<ig/* dlBing 
r,.6m iwn waflagrtiB* rabin*' ki’ 
rh*f< wtih dipi’-g *aa(* brlMad 
■ ■■irwav la 'ipfinivhwd *''ia Ngi! 
baaaman' OU-O-MaC' h"' water 
het'mg Hia* grotn-iv Tarm* ar 
rangad Pida* 414 M* 


Th* mavr d wrimiaa'ing rawou • :: 
faf la «•* With thi* 'harm'ng n**- 
rnnm bungalow St>a<’mw* I'lat 
raom iwo raav oadrwMn* ar-gti 
mnd*rn ifahan D*fin*ely »o* of 
>ha o'*i'i*tT U">« homo* in 'h>v 
•*nr* vnd -r gmv" •■*>. 31 kOB 
down Satlor wrtoa U high** down 
porvhMt COKAA 

Pun ariao )fJVV 

•vdBvy UeDofaU. 1-44*4 ettninga 


$4500 FULL PRICE 


LAKE HILL 


4-raom t'Kcn bungamw in •> 
bii'Biait Duro'd rwot wir*d fn* 
'•ngg. Mlr>** llna* bavoman* aom- 
pl*t«fy r«d*rnv*ivfl Sma.l rni»*r 
int »h bua link Tata* U4 *4 Caah 
a* tormt Phana 4- 1314 


Mndarp ft** , 00 m giiirm 

iwvaovont ar'v*-’n ga-«t* 
w*i*r hMting Aiiraaliv* 

kaot 

gard*n #7 

I To V7*W U»*«* nrwnarrtav a| 
WUStmawp. wflKa i-HXt, w*aa. 


Lloyd's Reol Estote ond 
Insurance 

III cowRTNrY rrssrr 

PhOM 4-Nlt Of S-tlbJ 


RALPH H WILSON 


$7750 





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PUOFkUTY 


kiln (&ol 0 nlcl. VtcMfM 29 


FINANCIAL 
SURVEY LTD 


M FKOFKKTY for SAI.R 


NORTH SAANICH 


LOW rmc'io Lorw-mMi 


1)34 OOVKR.HMRNl tr 


4-»JM 


K»»r rat nftf AUpvM tlfMLHjWN 

M<< MOMTHLV T»«***«»ot,oi boma 

•»=i ■'< »fl *ai»rlfo«i Nr» 


GORDON HEAD sssoo 


$895 


SEA VIEW 


NEAR WATERFRONT 


Y«>iT rhi»(* rf thr'f b'lid-na* ar< 
esv'«' fa tan'b- 

*'ti« bntnfi 44»nv r«'>a> |inf>t 

Mak o)ab'>|*it> <' '■ta a ’> I. 

InnKi lakn l^•a* -ivn ri/vp* 

iiH»>a u>an *11*1 ^poi- r '’iiuinril 
(‘kina r«^m anal •'ttiin# r- '.m ihf''* 
b»nr;:Offi4 Ji-.»»l-liiarr alf.^Cir* >•» 
..!• Ki'.ihrn and u‘lli '1 t<.'On> 

TV'wuah hal’ I’P'r -•». • *o fil 
rifii Saaan'»ii! a. ’ll t.'a(i.af I - 1 


Wall* >&ai;u ifd hoBit uaartMking 

"i( (auir taiii.'ia Lx n< t >an *>tii 
firrv.aia (nr«v badtMtiia full baav 
in*n‘ (uiii 4 'f C>tfi 'a a'f* Ini 
■ a'r.'.ii|i itniiv aiiati thrvba laaoa 
vane* buibt vatr'aMa tartfan 
afftbr'd 
f — • » . r . 


Crai(- 
Ruad apiMiaitv 
Oarai Vair Oalf (aura* 11 It 
franiatr S#«ar at t*ar »f prap* 
• rtt LMa an laafra ip Kapuiinait 
and ihu la a parUcularly gond plart 
Inr a dupUa nr tar Uai aiaitar a 
iiniic haa* 


First Train Run to City 
Marked by Civic Delirium’ 


$695 


$ 10,500 


p-'f and man* nilxr fin» 

'rti ii" i>' P Ho’ir-'* Aian.f. 

t ,inry R r PbOh* DP 


arr* lai Ciaarftf lat Oprn 
locaitoA MaSK appra* Ka* atratl 
la be patvd Ihla ftar 
(OOO * * *<'** Ouadra 

4777 Murb of Ihla x Isa l*ing. 
but (bat* I* lata at blab grausd far 
a gaad building ana 

Olaefard Oardan* aiilM, 


By JAM^y K. NKsBirr 
Rejuvcnutlfin of fhr \enrr 
Bh)e Kbquimali and NanAimn 


«I A( RKAiiR l-'OR SAI.K 


$850 


SI4 ACRtR PAliKLIKC WITH id 
arrra pral land. XM004 limbtr v.tb 
t IDO ;*at lidiitagr UilUlraam 
Road Ad>»lit» Tixti* Lat* itfar o»« 
talaiid Hifbwair lA auuuUa la 


Hallway ’rciallA fhr rxciUnc 
day whrn ih^ first tra*ri wit.i 
over ihe hue m Augusi jf 
'fherr was an e\en mnri' 
exciting day tun vearK UtiT 
when, in a juliilatmn (hal 
amnunied almobt to civic deli 
rlum, tlr Iir^t tram cumi* riRht 


So (ar ■«o gniMi* Vii’tona )ii>w 
ever wa* nomewluit anruiye<i. 
The trrminuh was m Victoria 
Wot.- What ssrts (he rnatter 
with N'ictona tii>? Hre.saure 
v\,i« pul on Mr Dunsmuir. lie 
said lie would dn his best, and 
he did. and that !><*<<( was the 
lemunu* in Victoria 


Dtivr la 

1*1 *a* 

Ida* N H A • tttaa* • > • ' <> 
Csiiiait a W. Anil*,%<*n 4 dlM 
R*> A tail 


$ 18,400 

$ 17,850 


OAK BAY SPECIALS 


1 noow mUCCO— Tbi** brdrrutma. 
d*n lirapU,* UviBg ra^m aitiing 
r»’im rsbinrt kK'l,*n d< ubi* 
nl <nib>ng KuU na*rn:t;i'. all ixai 
K< f bwk (rum b*«rh L/xrlg 

frvr;, $15,450 


b ROOM A1t'CCO'-0:i (:(•(. 
Ir.r . ich-bsii ^Un hsrdvnon (ioork. 
A>> ">ui*I* «t>< >kt F.iil ti«n* »• ' 
mrtii drl*t - «a gsfiii* 

i.rVu $1 L 600 

4<ir 'hf kMt* rsntkrt 

a W And*iu»Q t'VlO) 3 Nil 


OAK BAY 


A’ rar'Xf (ive-rnnia bur'ga* 

Ina •t'uS’r.l »AU>b Af 'bs Atrr ,* 

In Oak Rs* 'aniMing of <''** 
tnnm ailh lirvoik * tamix- 
•'** dlnint rnom tna Urg* n*d* 
ronmt rkbinrr ki'- b*D and r*m> 
brnka haihroem Throuan hall r> u* 
nak (Innr* fult nanr-ri ■ atrj» 
|tl*>R>rim and *•••» i-finxima uliit 


**•’4 r>l'>nibin« is « • 1 cArx 
b*'*m*rt Prirrrt at 4 I I . DUU 


II R Rrallhvali* t-dJU 
R*S. l-Titl 


HIGH LOCATION 


Tlii« la.'i* |i*e r<mtn aiii:* • j,.s 
bungalow *111 pltaa* TO'j *t l> ri 
larg* liking room, dining r=<:m *i| 
nsk (lOAM tv. |0'>d 4 

pir.f bs'tiiunm ,4b>,r! r.t- ur 
ki’>P*n *lth ra’.lrc «pAr» P ili <*• 
m*ii- bai*m*nt «lr.t*-iii tar«gc 
fi'il<n*i 1 r'Min *nh ” !'rt titd 
aiio«*r Oaoci hpa .na a. an: Urg* 

In' all (tnird aad iiUtlT land' 

r.’irj,,., $ 11, 500 

W D R^lftfrf'.m 4 Pl«» Rm 
)- t4«) 


MAKE YOUR WIFE 
HAPPY 


B‘.‘* h*r ihl* «ms;( aiirarilrs 
fn.ir.rrwm b’lngaiov ft i« nrauti* 
fii.v dsf irit»r and di';»r*m ard 
in ipo’i* * - 'id'Unn !»«*.> living 
• •■nrn. Ifraiila'.r Rnman III* fir** 
p'»rt, a,.d a kii ii*n any sir* ~iil 
lr>«* Attachtd gang* Lanrtaraprd 

r: ;;:.* . .. $7S5o 

l.’ A'.p rv»sn 

r O Wl’llam, 4-*jn) 
B«*rUn«t 4 *d)1 


$1200 DOWN 


Ni.a rl*an fnur -bcdrstim h^rna 

lu^nf f-'«n itininf mnm. k",-(>*n. 

full rta'pmaol ta*Ur dupl*iad 
HifQ iniatmo la* iaa«a la 

taut ttnr*i and icbani » 7 1 CA 

rull prlt* 4 / I 3U 

Bian IMand 4-«lM R*t g 1441 


HAGAR'S 

M*a>'*r Uullipl* LUlIng Bur*ad 


SEAFRONT ESTATE 
$ 50,000 


Campfxiiti Id a«i*a of pB»« '*f 
land *lih n*arir a mllv of i*a 
(rniii. prbblv btarhva and • ’od 
anen'irata Is a thri'rrad tav A 
a*n<la atop* la bcsiti aafa a«im- 
iBing and rtesUam llahlna. 

Th* bona* cootpriaca LR Sdfll 
wiin op«o (Irtplsr* and larga *.*« 
«indn«i A bright Piirhrt, aver- 
Irmgtng V*au*m* Ha* nn* co- 
rsnm ptn*l 1 rd d*n and bainroutn 
irpttalt* t*n rnnmv had'r.nm* A 
n*ai (nur-rnkma-and-ba'h g,**< 
in’'ag* and a gatd*n loi l*n *i> in 
k**p out d**> Nr* r*rry (rnm 
CroMnn >n Bait Spring taland *•:! 
taa in npara’ion -.ion *t>h sharf 
adininint tbla brniyrti*. ihut •'■m 
pl*iing lb* latl link in ona nl <n* 
lan*«i land and *s'*r laura aui «f 
Vlrlnrla Tram fitbing in naafiit 
m Uarra Lai* A daliabiful *#"t 
ta IX* and profii from riimti.n* 

$ 55,785 

R«*nlng« P L*»l*r. J’dAN 


OUEENSWOOD 
Picturcsttue Bunoolow 
1 5 Acres — Seclusion 


ln*i mg In i>« tr- luilad m ‘ i>| '.a 
ibu buraai’i* sun a gi.uip** *f 
lb* <*a W*li plarnrd si'h lu ."i«f 
Utmg r^vwB full >14* dli"’.g raatn 
,nn**ni*'ii kltrhrn ■»a tir.ght b*'l- 
taoina and a BMuirfi natnrantn 
tf'Mi* roam S«ii<imaur all hoi* 
wairr hfaU'.g Aisrhtd garaa* 
B*rlud*d and th*!'M*d pain aut* 
roai.d*d by nai ma Is'it an In- 
(armal aard*n ni thrubt Inap'i- 

r, $17,000 

A t Pastil, anytima *4‘d)Jl 


OAK BAY 
Immoculotc 
Oil-O-Motic 
Full Bosement 


7v*.t<"<in S*o *‘0 R'liaslas 
(b' .r >•( .'?<•» la •hnnnirg dli'rirl 
and park *h>' nmi* ■- in bta<.> 
ful rnnd.l 1 “ Ib'l’i* ai.d 0'j‘ Ciln- 
ai>.<nt a hall iKing 

raatn * h Ili*p a. * nak floor* 
dinna roam -‘ak fi.’.'.r* «nro4*rn 
kllrb*a si,*d (01 ra,a* <*'' ■<- 
tia llt* ti*iiraom» 4 plr * ♦’• n- 

roam •■•w* ' gt'aa* Aiil ba»*- 

in*ai a. lb all (urna-* landKaprd 

‘zr.,.. $ 12,000 

Br*t . r Carp*n**f 1l»3d 


HAGAR & SWAYNE 
LIMITED 


gt« t ATB* #T 4 

M*fnb*r VU’otla R*al F*'ata R-aid 


FOR SALE 

941 ISLAND HIGHWAY 


Woterfrontooe. Longford 
Loke 


M»l*rb tx*-raom d**Hlng i"*ai»d 
on lArgfatd lak* Id minu'** (,,’m 
tit* Landarapod !«» *l*h *d (•** 
nf lakt (rontaa* t l»ing raatn siib 
fiftplarr nlira*ma<i*rn kiirnm 
d(b*tt» Iht** b*dran«* th'** pi*rt 
htibrnom ba’f batrmtbl *itb soad 
bst-air turnar* a*d playmam Oar* 
sgr and vondthad 
Ptlt* 

Catb (1 bbb and baianr* *• rmt 
at ddo p«r mob'b 


$7000 


OTTN POR Itsrri'TIOR SCNfiAY. 
SKPTKWSrn U t-l P M 


H W DICKIE LIMITED 


Oaman RC 
T»ltpbrvn* III PO Drasrt Ml 
Sai»aman a"*ndan,* *t ptBi*tr<i 
Pttguton 


Ur C I 


N H A SUPER 
MT TOLMIE 


Tbros bodrooma. tisfng rs«m Itill 


dlalbg r«*m. dr*4i« kUcbfn 


baatibOBL dri*»*ln gattg* S*« 
4M* ««4rki* and rhonso timr ««n 
f«Nr acbtma N.Mt *> 1 1 7CA 
da*n Pull ptlr* 4 I I , * JU 


N H A DANDY 
$2175 DOWN 


Bsaiillful nianfnrd ta'drix Nr* 
Auiamatlf nil Tbr** *>*dti ' m-. 1 
aiiaitod livlbg r«Mi •lib big dining 
arta Carport lavn* and ibrus* 

N« t(*|M 

PuU prica 
Call H SmitR I itli *•** 4*«t|g 

W Hblltrk >*«m *t*i. ) >N1 


$ 10,800 


A 7 K 


ArYKTMhNTS 
KOK SAI.K 


priR IMMFnfATf SAl.f 


OAK RAY WATRKPRONT 


Co*operotive Aporiments 


IT luKcirt r.i * and iso padtoom 

• 'i'*r* t't rit'tad al pricti ranging 

’ '.if> ... aiddli.r Biluairii un 

'ti* (ina't ux an Oat flat «at*r* 
f/Mi ‘ iiuJidiBd «IU bat* all 

• • r r.x n.odarn uatuitt Iprlu.l- 
11 ., a.rialul Tlm«« VXftlng lb 
, ' ...i>a'* in *hia rat* sppar'.un- 
i,y at, atXrd lu Mimmunlrat* sub 
n -t i "Id, Victaria Pitu 


M UA.STKII TO Bl V — 


HOISKS 


nir*» 


t HUKNTLY NtQL’lRKD' 

I , I r .( . _ 

• r •.«*m*i-l y aa- 

irNTPAI. PARK ARRA 

i • «i i»i . 1 , .ani' ■, 44 

I ■ t ARII 

b*,f,nnip ba-anirnt 
I, I- ki,i • war'au I * >n Raai Kb 
Tall 0*urgr I ,.■•r^r..■* 3-fJfk Tuan 
A, enuntrv H,m-M 1*31 Musma St 


HOUAI4 WANTEU 

f ,r. ► *„ h*»- *b 09S a* d"sn 

oavmrnl K* *sota a bSuar nnt 
m.irr IS vr, old Pull ba>*m*ni 
Ki>h*r 3 btdiuoai* an mam finor 
nr 3 and 1 <n tb* (ias*mrni Prntd 
*,•■..11 tiA I’lr*** <al* rbar»i 
Vming 3-JIPl infllmr e a Harri 
pnat*/ Ltd 


PMAIt Pnt’R OR ptV* ROOU. 


It 


. -th na.. pap n*ai‘n*Bomr bt 
r**c ni bir bu»lnr»« coupl* IlMS 
0 . sn iJi *' !•*' it'-’Otb pai- 

aai* "O baxnta Oak Bar Crdar 
If. . . - M «h Q’jadra ■lier'ti* pr*- 
fr-r*.’ Pl*aa* .-nant 1-$*14 alMP 
t <H p m 


t?HnFNT 

»a I *aet t" •*'! rnr ta*b or a 
Cpnil'Xiau.a caab poymroi* tr ao. 
plraw rontark m* immadlaialg a* I 
bat* «*«*ra gtP'iin* rlltpta Y*yr 
• - - . - h . • fe<^' » 

R r II. ;* 4.#*M or l-i*»k Mortb' 
***t*'n B*<uri*.i*« Lid Nl Ta'«a 

(Urttt 


)L8T 34 :.0 Wl’lCBlY N»«0 
apuu* ai.m.in hnu»» la-gt lltlok 
fwtn P'»*»f Oak Bat rtpsfiaUy 

nnr’tl t tv A«ll kMlllPd tnkRtt 

Olt* add»*Aa lb l*M*r 4o Bok IM. 

VI. • • ,i>' l■•♦t* 


MODFHN i'OimB OP THRRf rm 
Iwir in Sir famt* Dwig- 

lar *'fr^l arta oantad ("f *l *nl. 
«i<h ba-*'nrnt and ml brat IlgAgS 
m tl2)t<' Call Mri Rnrbidg*. 
3-'i|«l »n*l'm» nirk.* R»aU* 


IlSTtNdS WANT70 IN CflOCI- 
rr*" »-■< V.** ».**. bnmtk 

vnb baa*m»nt* asd furnae*' In 
,I>* TTiroiuti' PM** tv't'kai Pita** 
>at| AI«* Kaattng 3-MA4 anrl m* 
Hkt* RraiiF 


• s-sooM nuNOAiow n* oooo 

rnndiiio-' *ltb bi,«m*at around 
*lth toed raab dovs nag- 


It 


Bi*nt hlth ap.d dr* 


full partirulat* to Rnt 
tflria Pr*a» N* #i*nia 


WR HAVR LABOR NITUBRR OP 
f.ir bomra all aiasa aad 
ll'lrr* »,.n# *B*h u!b*fl larma 
If -.iij si'b ’n •*■! I*t ua ha** 
vru.t ’.*'in« 1. M llu«»ttar M Co. 
tub IS’.fl*’' 4.*#41 


WANITfU 3 OR 4*llRt>ROOU 
Oak Bay up in 114 ON 
ri.rr.la *alim* rail Jark ' Bonn 
|*n„iliM‘»r at 3-014$ t*»nlnga 
3 3U1 V'rinria Rtalt* Lid 


WANTKU TO BUV SIX OR 
rr**ti-*snin bnm*. North Quadra, 
tsk* H,ll Ratal Oak dtstrteta br- 

i*r*n l««M and »« M Reartaar 

Ills UntJ*» A-N4I 


I" 


I HAVR RXVrBAL CUrNT* WITH 
IIPAA-t3SN d, *n rtauUmg bem*t 
in all rt’airin* *hai ha»» *o.|» 
l,.n l.*Dnui 4 M$4 or 3-»«'J 
N'.'1hb*‘'»rn Bto .nuti Ud Mt 
Yat*» 8trr*l 


r ttl. PAY CASH P1,R • OR 
. bupffios Lars* linnt 

riM’m Rotn* »*il«ia'i>n Nm ottr 
lA »*ar» nia Mu«t »,* r nd taVi* 
PIraa* ■>'* fuH patUculaii Pn* 
IAN VtCDMa P,**‘ 


WAKTXD BY CASH BOTIR WA- 
rinut ihrt»b*droena and d«n bunga- 
In* Wat*rfr#nt or tint* Tan ^a 
Pnint ar n*tgbt>nrh*od. 131. oeO- 
gSOOM rang* Csil Ball*?. Nrvauad 
Kfiltt Lid 3-dU« or 1-TMJ 


CAN YOU RKtX roR n.»N DOWN* 


Bl cll*nlt for nidtr 
«»,’od pa»m*ni« t O 
Pairttfc 4 A0S4 Nnf 1 h**»«trn B* 

, irlllt* t m R*t »-*04i 


flat* 

hnmt 


HAVE rASII 4n.fRNT lOOKfNO 
to* 4 ron"-- linm* * * 4 * B*a'nn H'll 
eatk in th* *it nr **»*n ihourjnd 
bcarkM r'aH "1 Tarlot < 
Ta*lnr Rpil’al t.ld nr F**’ 4-AbN 


t'Srll ISO" 

W* n**d and apnrrrlai* tsup 11 * 1 - 
ina Li«i *llh H*ib I4riitf*nn 1-llPl 
nr P-3J14 da» or nl*hl Ram 
Pnti*r Ltd 


HOI’BB IN OOOO 
firtding ro«n* rtpaiiA •* "‘‘JL,* 
anlr 10 rof)**M u d*pl*» 0 *n#r* 
fw<l* 4-»NA 


HAVE )»M DOWN PAYUINT FOR 
4 »-r,i*m hsuM *''h laartn*«i 

Kn a«*ni» ptra** 3-Mt» 


RMAll. HOlJSf NO rWWN PAY. 
m*r • hot ant'd mnnthlir patmtnit 
at T*n* • 3114 b*fpt* II alltf » 


la SfTT» a»*aii*'4PNT PNOU 
nsn*r Boi IN Virtnris Pr*** 




rilOl'KKTY for HAI.K 


fiuPLB.X SITf Oak hat Tod and 


Jsi*imnm 1*'Al77 


p,i * «I vng MiiIMu'* I.i*''bg 
m'RSKINSOP BD 3u*4 ^ 

fA«l MAT* tfwi i*« 

T» aNO' auprskimaitlr Aiktbg 

nri.*, II $1$ 

1 AKBtXJWNB BO rm* » t* tsl. 
astIM Pnr* 41 l«d 
rROBPrCT LAKY Haif artt *• 

front lot B*au'l(ullT irtrd P'lr*- 

13 A#A A ptsr f*tl*r ritn»ld»’Pd 
Call Ui B*fha*t 4-4U). 

rtta J-3S4g _ 

THB BC tJkNO * INVBSTMRVT 
AORNCT LTD 


TWO ACSfR ATTBACTtV* PROP- 
tilt Rntal oag fhttrful, •>mli» 
i«r.i,*dr*om inaolatad bungalo* 
34-(nn( liting tiwvm In knelt? pin*, 
briabi arar>rt 1 t bitrhrn ullIK? and 
■inra«< tnnm R*ai vatu* *4 
f IM rath Jark Bmiih John* 
ainn ■ 1-I343- **** l-4tU 


VALUYVIXW BtfROtVlSlON 
rviucla* and MrRtnik Attnit* 
nr. 1 * ’hf** rhnir* building '" 1 » 
ltd N H A anpr"**d Pri't IPJ* 
f«r fa'i partrolati pl*aa* *npi**1 
M- Mrl#ll*n 4 H4A dail 4 llll 
tv*« t*l*nd tn«*«imtn< C« L'd 


BtONRT TWO. SIX OR RfORT 
art** arr*» r|*a**d‘ Hood 

Ittti land id*at fnr a *ub-dls 1 . 
•<nn Pn«t* on Wal*r atailahl*. 
cm** I" hi*1*a? and * 41 * 111*04 
phrn* 3-tN3 


»A ACRRP CLRASrO 
nOWNfY so STAR DRRP COVI 
1,n**lt bui:-*n**d »l*t •urr*un«*d b* 
irr** IMig raih Bargtib Pi'** 
«, ** n •*>* * r* 3 «’I3 tt*» 
)-1g>A 


HOMRSm OR PARUBITl 
Pour air* Hai't ri*ar*d t't miit 
M'-!* all uUld tt trriuritd ntar 
whooH Roitint land an* «>iH 
alc*am N*« bnm»i aorrouBdUki. 
Ratal Oak k-kkU 


TWO LOTR. BtOB BY Bttlt. RACR 
WilM Z«n«4 for apoom**! b*ll«* 
int Rxr*ll*n4 all* t»r rtasouo 
nroporit Prir*. N.Nd I-4NI or 
^• 1 H 4 


I't-ACRi Yi*w Lcrr oYRiu,r)o«. 
'Mill Rs* td*al *004 far rowm*^ 
Ing ***k-#od fpdbf* II NS INS 
daon. tmali mnathi? patmrnu. 
Pbnp* l-IJN afi*r 1pm ^md*? 


pr>R BALI BY OWWWIU d LOTS, 
all la on* »!**«. tultablo for a fa*- 
(art or «arah*ut* C^r*»*r Sammi4 
and Qi**«n*l A** 3-tNl r*»* 
).«sn 


I 13 ACRXR tKnR47RRAH ANI> 
Sprint Rood lighi and •*>*, 
A**.<u «*kom* N« r*a*nnab4* 
Qffpr 4urn«tl dn*n Ssuabl* YLA 
3-aNt rt«« >-4«n 


•anici Rtall? Lid. nil Quadra. 

taauraMd and Raal Ba4atd ddis'* 


I4IT POR SALS rORITBB 30AR 
Oravanl and Rarklaod PrW **• 
4« igna Ra? OID af P1nae*lal Bar* 
rtf Lid. g-SNS. Rot «-UIS. 


Par dirartlsn* rail Dsitgla* 
Ma«k*i at 


HARRY POBTXR LTD 
lllk Dsugla* Phoo* I-IISI 

• A(;*r bouii 1-44I4 *r I-IIOI, 


OOOD BUILOtNO LOT. NO ROCK 
*411)7 High locaiisn bark^ound 
of oak irrr*. **11 tni»d Na ag»nt« 
3-41)4 


TWO onr.ACHjc lots m poot 

frontal* rti* llghi and *a«rr. 
brau'llul *K* Hoial Oak dtairici 
)-l)3t 


CHOtex LOT tPxtN' RRORNT-B 
Ptar* off II Chari** Uuat **U. 
II Me |.4$)4 


WATIRPROKT ONE BIAUTIPtlL 
arr* R*»id*niial diafriri. tbr*** 
mi:« tirclr )-g«44 


BI’R-NBIDB TWO LAHOR RX- 
**ll*ni gardm lata and larga 
building Cloia ta Saanirb 1*44)1 


WATINPRONT LOT HALP ACRS 
Ran Saak* 8«rlud«d Trrm* ac 
raab l-NTf 


(lOOD CLRAB LOT ALL CITY 
farimira $4ilM Sh*lbouina dU- 
irkt I.ap4l 


THRtR UkAUR BRAVISW LOTH 
rlo«* Is b*srh a*r*«« Cnrdaaa Bar 
R'*ad ll.Soa *arb 3-WOl ***ninga 


3 CHOtCB BUILDDH) LOTS StHB 
bv aid*. OarapB Haad. I4M aarb 
1-34I4 p 


LOTHONNRW tSLANDHTORWAT. 
T*c8i 4 BtallabI* i'lftll andS-IMI 


OAK RAY SOOTH-LOT BYRa tT. 
ApplT_4S$ Viciaria_A»* 

LOT~BlVlGfWnR~w 7 LKlKSb)r "»4 II 

bt na ).$m 


CORDOVA BAY. NXAB BCROOU 
1411 Phoor J.)MJ 


i‘, ACRES )M 
KappylsPd BracA 


YARDS PROU 
II.4M t-4Sd1. 


1.ARUS LEVEL LOTS COLWOOD. 
1-1133 nr S-)4N 


P. R. BROWN 


* •OHS 1.TT 
nu BROAD ST 


Phnn* 4-1)11 


LIVE IN THE COUNTRY 
AND LIVE 


S** ihii eirrif impratrd ll-4rra 
farm. M.miaut* drive la ih* cur. 
• iirr* yau ran gt*a yaur esa 
ttgetahlr* aad fruit If armaarr 
k**p a taupic of aa«t. rata* ?aur 
as. rbUk'it* *ir Building' r»m- 
pn** tii.rmm d**illng Latn and 
<AKk*a paaa *ir Pamily arrbard 
praducilv* ani; 

Pruod at 


$ 12,000 


MS Acre* 8*«*a.mU* area ap> 
pr«t tw act** cl»*i*d Bik-reom 
dBrillng Barn ter 4S bead Atnpl* 
auppiy at *ai*r lar irrigailan 
7A.a X a irry choir* |>ro(Mrt> 
«Ub isTClf *l*« a«*r valor Par 
furinrr infcirmadsn rail ih* otlir*. 
Doligbitul (eur-raam *blia ibaka 
buntalo* BulH t*s yanra Situ* 
Btrd an t*a acrai ar mar* Hema 

r:'a\*r.a $8400 


ACREAGE 

(our art**, under cullL 
$2100 
$2100 


Apprai 
tatiea 
Krf-tiig 

Apprnt Ihr** acrta. 

N**tb Quadra 
44 A'rot. Burnaid* Raad. 14W per 

acr* 


DAIRY FARM 

An* f**i dairfmnn *U1 app**«iai* 
iba *aiu* and anality af ibit IM' 
acr* farm vhlch *IU affard blm all 
tb* (acHitio* af enlayint Ufa and 
making man*r Thla 4* a taint 
rnnrrrn 73 arrrt In crap 3# brad 
r*ilti(r*d Jrrity* IS brad tBunt 
■ lark, mndern dairy barn far )S 
bo*d Pull Una (arm marblnorr 
lk*'*n-rnam derlllng Onad milk 
a.inta ».»? term, J37^5Q0 


lltSWdovn Prfr* 


■4 Acrot 1 3M « •*i*rfr*at*«*. 

*ppraiimal*l« IS rl*ar*d kSar. 
ytlau* ti** aver airail* and maun-, 
• ama 8*«*n*rnaai abak* rt*ld*nr* 
living raam. dining ream mbin*i 
ki’rhon tua brdraam* do*! i*a 
us pull plumbiat Attached gsrag* 

jrVrrV:::;. . $ 13,000 

with 13 Btr*a and vvMdrof* IISSSO 
With 34 arr«i •rafranl. including 
ham*. Ill SSS 


Charming |i**-raam »hlto ayding 
bungau,* bum t«* T**n camnri*. 
mg targg Uoint roam «lib liroplar*. 
hardvood Heat*, loro’r cabinvl 
ktirbrn *iih dining naak utlUi* 
rAnm nff I** brdranm*. four-pl"* 
bath ntl-0-M*'lt h**iing rar port 
guas'lful laadwapod grniind* raw 

$8000 

Canlact Wataon claK than* 4*1111 
RM 3 ei14 


K & S 


SEA VIEW LOTS 

GRANDVIEW DRIVE 
SUBDIVISION 


ONE ■ THIRD - ArpE LOTH IN 
nitNNT nORDON BRAD PBirRS 
PBOU II SdS 


UPLANDS 
DORSET ROAD 
NEAR NOTTINGHAM 
HERON ST. 

NEAR UPLANDS PARK 


TREED LOT 
$2300 


LARGE LOT 
$2200 


CALL kCR WHITE 4 4131. DAT 
OR NIGHT 


KER& STEPHENSON 
LIMITED 


Member Uultipl* IltHng Surras 
SM OOYXRNMSKT STB EXT 


FERRIE SUBDIVISION 
68 ' ond 70 ' Lots 


Htfar* ten bur a mt a** thva* 
atirMtl** MU aliuafiid an OUn- 
fard Avtnu*. |n*l tff tna Pat Say 
High** I All hifb Ml* afford as 
vareliert vM* L#M man IS mip- 
1 , 1 ** dnva <a mr emir* Drlv* 
aut Ibi* **«k-*nd and ‘not ibya* 
aver La* ty*m« If COfCH 

drairrd Prii*« tn J7JU 

Psr further infarmailan ra I Karb 
Rodgaen, gOtlt ar 3-31SI. 
day ar bight 


Howroyd Subdivision 

C*m*r nl kiartlMtr and Shttfeaurn* 

•lADTipm. LEYEt ton 

# 3 gllS 

$750 

EZCLOEIVt aOINTS 


F. N. CABELDU LTD. 


1311 BROAD ET 


1-1114 


M PEOPF.BTT WANTED 


LOTH POR SALE -HAPPY VALLEY 

Rnad. appnmlmntaty tbraa acra* 

PlM»n« g.nil 


WANTHt) - SMAU. Un ON ON 
near Crdar Rtli bua lln* nanr 
Darby na rack Phena 4-MN 

WANTED ~ obROt Etm-OINO 
Mt CruirMwag BEbnot nrM 3-3SS4. 


LOT IN VIEW ROYAL. APPHOXJ- 
nknialy ISStlN PIhnm S-IIH 


SRRNTWOOO WATESJTkOMT 
MarUM on*a BbU ag irnda 




iiri acre M a ^ ' i *' arr*a on 
UiUairram Hoad 4 1) per a*i* Boi 
'IPS Vlridria Pltat 


ONI-THIHD ACRE LAND Pit'S 
luur-room bungnlu* ,a baautlfui 
ciindltlcm B*Mt*’* ga,4<* O '•* 
lora'iun Pull price t> 3Sd •■m 
goeo urma C E Sirclrh. 4-1134. 
*vr» )-141l Prmbrrion Holm#* 
Ltd ISP3 OiM»rnmrni Bt 


I III I.. nml .N . % II, w i*iy' 
lliM'r. ill *M‘r\lcr next vhtU. 
will make the Virtiiria Nan- 
nimo run In Iwo tiuurv Wlirti 
the tine WBH offeneil 6H >«*ar*i 
SLi;» il WR.H H Oiree-hoiir Irip. 

Kor years an Island railw'ity 


ul 18S8, ami liero arc Tlie C‘olo- 
nisi's heacilinc'- "‘niroufih i« 
Vii tofia our queen cil> and 
VVellincinn hound In loyini; 
t lasj) b> a Nolid hand nf sieel." 

Thou*iand.s jialhcrcd at iho 


4‘. ACRES NEAR ROYAL OAK. 
juat barn rlratrd A aplrndid buv, 
II yen i*tma Mr Tailnr, 4-f)M 
ryrningn 4-MS3 Taylor SplUsJ 
Lid 1S13 Bruad SUrat 


•S A< KKAfiK HANTKU 


COLWOOD OR LANOPORI) 
arr** 3-AS03 


64 


TWO 

FARM^ FOR SALK 


seven' acres op excellent 

land «i*ai*d l‘i arrr* tirasurr- 
cia* «tut l»**iy tour-room aiu',a 
liuncaln* «nly i)if** year* aid fniiy 
Inai.laied. imM dlalri't Pnred 
r.giii SIMM siibuui *qun>mrr.t 
IB MS inrltHfing rnulpmeni Bom* 
lerma P U Williama ef Ptnanoal 
Buivrr Lid 4-S3M irt 4-MM 


WO.** (he dfcaiT) nf Vancouver f4w>t uf Johnson Mreei to wel- 
Islanders li was coal burnn '‘nme (he train inio Ihe capiial 
Kobrit Uun’imulr who finally ‘•»y: ‘The irain of fisc coaches 
buili the road, and becaus*’ lie hereifjfore unfamiliar 

did he w »4 Honin',) by -til .he nhrifk of a Imomolive whl-ule 
InKind and when he fvirnded slljnBl f<»r an otjthursl of 
rhe line mhi Vicfoiu. he w. 1,4 enlhimlu-m never before heanl 
I'lven a conquerini; hero .% rei ep in ^ li loria. Piree heaiiy cheer< 
inm. He wav ihe in.isi of hm *'’*''* * ‘liccr were tiveii for 
day Vliu.im* No 1 i.f.n, Vn (nria’.s benefatlor Mr. Rob- 
FIRST TK.VI.N ‘‘f* Dunsmuir " 

The firuf irain over ine new Thrmiuh the rily's nireels 
railwiiN left KMjuimjH n» Aj»; wan iMirne In a 


PARM POR SALE ft ACBEa. 
amall hour# neat Nanaimci II Mn 
Boa ISM Vtcmria Preaa 


Uhl (i| IHhd will) Dmi.kimiir and 
Ihe Prime Minister of t'lnada 
:3ti John A. .Macdonald. 


Irlimiphal prore*udon. Thai 
nlshl he HB< honor empnI at 
■ Driard llolel banquel. and 


66 FARMS WANTKU 


Tlie rulonmi nuUnl; ‘The ’•JW> of the rHy‘* lop ciUienu 


WE KAYE ^lE.NTS wnU MONEY 
salting ,0 buy farm* or *,r**g* 
Our *i»*ri*Bc» la aa do** aa )our 
anon* Call M: Munto at Ptaver 

BiMM 314 Vat** aircft )-S4lJ or 
•«,« 3.111ft 


CUT 

YOUR 

DRIVING 

COSTS 


train bihnI .'•vvifll) along with 
|ii» hunidii fiei^hi tame Arbu 
. lu.s fan>on mer ihe hii:h 
tresile Iho tram thunUi red and 
I dii>hed thiough the only (uimel 
Ion the line. A few miles fatiher 
I oil. and I «e Mimmii -ihe ifain 
liegan to tlesL’end proently 
the lorumuiive whistled 'down 


dinmi on (tirtU M>iip, crab 
and chicken nalati, nahnon 
rnyale, filet de lyoeiif aiix 
Iriirrieit, pdnrh a la Komaine, 
naddle of million a l.*AnElal*ae, 
Nliifferl turkey, hrmed chicken. 
Nennrirode ail S a ID h o y a n, 
i harlolte Kunse. etc. 

The sp4*och maktne must have 


hiakes and the tram came to C'^ne on half (he night fTalse 
a Mandniill. The ut;d tail wu.s 
placed by Sir John, armed with 

U silxrr mallet he advanced and J*'/ money on hi* 

Idfovp the golden .spike home. ^ed tnr thU 

|Th.‘ echm*B were ai*.iurlNd (or 
I the fir.t time bimc i te.ition 


BUY A 


• - V »..« uxi-ijn •■iMtiBi IP 'Mi verv wc*- 

" , "’V -'. V vet labnr U (UM .. requi.itr .. 

.,nd Lady M»edonald -.'I Mr. ; „ 


BETTER 
USED CAR! 


You can cut off a lot of 
unnecessary expense 
when you buy a good 
used car from a reliable 
dealer. He will usually 
have repaired or re- 
placed worn or defective 
parts to assure you 
smooth performance at 
lower cost of operation 
. . . also eliminating the 
need for costly repair 
bills. You’ll find many 
reliable u.«tcd car buys 
listed In classification 47. 


and Mrs Dunsmuir Kccrybr ily advantage 

shotik hands with rv..rvhodv 

on north then pulled uho undvip advantage nflahor • 
hnlfcd the fir.M irain to Na Ounbmuir wa.s 

nseno nml ovoiywh 4 *Tc 'hu-ro ^voryono’s hp.v; Nothing was 
W.IS a con'-nncrl oonioo. iho him. no ..no he- 

st’iflor.s lining iho ro;id and pr,Kijjp,| lum iho wealth ho 
■ neering and wkcing |uo a« „„ Island coni. The 

U |>.T&*-t‘d ('o|oni‘':|. oditorialK. .said: "Mo 

In Nanaimo (hr whole (own h,,n jrlumphod over all oh 
tiirni'd uut lo srwi ihif train, :-d(arlOk and tfMlay oiTupios the 
Bttil sir dottn. from (h»* plat* 'proudest position of nny man in* 
form of Mr IHiiiMmilr’a pri- iiniLkh Columbia If Her Ma 
vale car “Mniul^” addrou*> 0 d jp},iv wore lo bestow upon him 
(he choerlnc |M»p 4 ila 4 ‘e; “You (ho 'dignity of knighthood, few 
and Ihe eouniry at largo aro would be foffnd \i> hegrude 
iridolitod lo >lr. Kohort l)un*» (his progro.vsive man the honor." 
j inuir, for ho no doubt waft KnighUtood undoiibtpdl> 

I Iho iirigiiiaior of tho lino over would have gone to K<,beri 
which 1 travoMod today." Oun.'imiiir. hui n year afior ho 

Dally passenger .servn-o start brought his railway tickol to 
od .<.‘|)i .ki. ISW., another groat Victoria he died, as his castle of 
ilay of cheering and waving ,cralgdarrr»oh waa building. 

I of hats and liunizing of Rob’' Now the railway ho hull! Is 
1 rt Dunsmuir. Said Tho (*(»Io- being modernized. Vancouver 
nl.sf 'The first traffic train Is|.*inders hope Ihe picturesque 
I pulled out from the station atiold line, so much part of our 
, Rusioll's < Victoria West 1 - there hl.story. will be well patronized, 
wore about 3 d (N'r^ons m two imd that the K and N will he 
of Iho elegant now coai hcs, Tho <hakon out of the lethargy that 
«l.Tllon hnuHO and platform wore 'has wrappotl ;i*.e|f about thi 
flllofl with intrrosted spot ta- road In recent joar.>*. that it wil, 
(or«. many nf whom had walked tierome an important part of 
I from town to wlino«s tho novel the l*.land >- ei’onnmy. av Robert 
ispri'tarlo nf a railway train Dunsmuir wished il would. 


See Classificotion 47 


UorauKv of Election 


For Today's Best 


Used Cor Buys 


MlTKt TO taiUlTOas 
Af.iiE i.yaTBtni masoh. l•l■>*,lJ *r 
ai Mary a Prlar). LaaffvrS. V I 
Matts **4 

NOTICE la harsby alt*,, that (rtailara 
at>0 sthari hatlog rlairr.i aialnat ih* 
•atal* •( iba aba** D*r*a**d ara B*r**) 
raquiraS la aand llirn la 4M uoStr 
*|gn*0 aoltrilar* far thy E«**uiMi. c,a 
303 Ratal Trual Building SI3 Via* 
Elraai Vlciana. BC. b4l»t« l)>* iSth 
0 B« at Orlobar )«5ft. aO«r *Mrh da'* 
lha KavruirU «ill Utfirlbui* Ih* aaid 
**ia’r amnnt Ih* parti** rnililrd ihrreia 
ha'Iftt rttard («nlr I* tt-r riairr.* at 
sfilrh ih* iu*n naa n*lir* 

MySBRS BftCKWmi A NORNF 

Ba'ii'llori far R\**'. 'it 


Forest Probe Delay 
Charged by Gibson 


gMOI NT.'^HKAR BC. iTP' 
Gordon Gibson, fierv Libera) 


Prstliirt sl Hrltltb ( 

*’( ba«i> al Nam* Art " •«*tU** ai 
BOTH t Ml APri KATtON FOR 
LII4V,l l» .S4M4 
NOTICE '* nrrrhy ti«rr> !>*■ an 
applitatinn «ul b« mad* ta th* u>r*(’«r 
*>f Vlial Bia’i't'.r* ,or a 'hang* af tiam* 
purauant la th* protitiana nf ih* 
Chang* af Nama At! by *,* Chatira 
Eilsard Ball of Ar»rri Apartment* Sul'* 
I. Priite**! A**n>>*. in VKiaMa In ih* 
Pra*inr* af Briiuii a* fallo** 

Tu rhang* m* nam* from n.a,'** 
Rasarrt Sa l ta Chari#* Idsard H*m#on. 

lH>*d tai* Sta da* at a*pttmii*r a O 
ISftft 

CNARI.M F BMi. 


ramlidate in the Lillooei by- 
olertlon. «aid here Thursilay 
night that the provlm'e's leading 
fnrovt Induniriallsts are deli^ 
erately postponing an appear- 
ance before the .*<10x0 royal 
ix)mmi*«slnn until after the .Sep- 
i4'mber oloctlnn. 

‘•T*hoy aro nfraitl of what 
mi 'lii I "0)0 oiif and that I 
W'lUld hear bImiuI 11 ” -NHld Mr. 
Gibnon, who |« kcoUing rooloc- 
hon lo (he legislature Ne.ii be 
\araiod o.irllor this year in 
protokt agalnni tho 'Norial Credit 
government's forest manage 
men! pollrloA. 


Ho told more than 120 people 
who attended tho mei'tlng In 
this tiny community near the 
mining centre of Britannia 
Boat h on Howe .Sound that B.C. 
timber tycoon H. R Mai MtIlan 
had been srhedulod to appear 
before the .Sloan forest inquiry 
Sept fi hut had m*i np()enr4»d, 
•'I*roN*.uro group* tn Vl»*tnrla 
dei'Klod tn |m( this whole thing 
off unitl after >1111 people vote." 
said Mr rj I b a n n. w-ho ha* 
rUimed that the govonunem's 
policy of l.s-Aulng foreM manage 
ment ll<'om-o'4 to largo rorpora- 
tlona is working a hard.thlp on 
small logging ftrYns. 


^MTlrE TO CBiniTORS 
34CRSOV *«kWkN4M. Urwrtly af 
llttsrla, B4 . M**«a**a 
NOTICE t* hrraby gx#n tbal rrMI>#n 
and a«h*r* hating rlainw ttainai ‘n* 
tt'ai* al •(>* aba** n#r*aw*t ar* hrrabt 
r»aiti,*<l in *«nd 4h#m in th* uad*r 
aignrtl Sollrllart far th* Kk«y<ii«ra. 

•n RA'al Trual ■uiHint ai) Vt#« 
S'r#*(. Vlrlnrla, BC. ft*fnf* '►# Iftih 
da* nf FVlnbfr I4U *ft*r shit), <)•'# 
th# ti**<jiar* *ii) diairfbui* (h* «ai4 
*•1*'* amntta Ih* partis* tnriusd 'h»r#ia 
hi'lng Ttpard ml* in o# rlalma nf 
bhich 'h** Dvn ha«* aaO'-# 

MtaSRJI BPCKWmt A- HORNY 
■allriiori (ar ih* E**#u, an 


Militia Parades 


Slated for Week 


Is tb* Mali#* sf lb* 
PaBKYBd MANI PMTI RING 
COMPANY l.iMITll> 


asd 

In th* M*tl*r •( lb* 
‘TatsassM* A*l" R4R4 1b4S 


NOncr 04 HEREBY 04V7N purtuant 
Is RertMn 33) sf IM Csnipanisa Ar> 
RR8C IS4a. that a msttinf sf *h* 
rrndiinr* af t)i4 aM*r-nam«d company 
*111 b* h*ld at )3Sf wnarf Str#*i V»r. 
tana BrUiab Columbia at 3 OS a cMck 
la lha ati*moOD oo Mandat a*pian>o*r 
leth iSkft 


DATED al VirlarU BrlOah Colitmb<a. 
Ihu dta day af a#pt«mb«r. igbft 


J PYRCT FRAMPTON 

URUiaaiar 


RTI.ITjITTONS Pt'Rdl ANT TO THE 
rrmriRiEa act 


A draft mt p*spaaad BctuIatMa* pur- 
auani ta ih* C*e»?i»n«* Ari Kaa b**a 
prfparsd far diacuaalos and rircsia'sd 
M oMIsMiy lst*r*«u4 parti** Any 
sUm* arfanHralMo oa aaiablitfilag a 
rtelm la bt as lai#r*sUd party aiay 
aMair a eapy lar rsamiaauaa aa appR 
ralMa ip Uw Rrtrstan. P>,bH# tlt-''li*a 
CMnmlaaloa. Contral Building. YtCorta. 
BC. 


W iniiJBN 
B*rratary. 


The following milHIa p.ir;*dok 
have been announced for this 
work' 

Iloadquartpr*. 2.) Militia 
Group. Tuesday and Friday at 
8 p m af Hay Street Armory. 

.')lh Harbor DofeniT Batery' 
Tuojiday and Friday at 8 pm at 
Bay .Street Armory. 

r> Area Signal .Squ.idron Mon 
day arKl Friday al 8 p m at Stg 
nai Onlre 

Canadian Scottish Regiment 
Monday and Thur^tay at K p.m 
at Hay Street Armory, and at 
Sidney at R l.'r p m on Thuriday. 

B Plaloon. l.'*6 Company, 
RCASG'. ruea<lay and Friday al 
8 pm at Bay Str4N*t Armory. 

2*1 Medical company. Tuowlay 
and Friday at 8 pm. at Bay 
Street Armory. 

4hth Technical .Squadron. 
RCFMK. Tuesday and Thursday 
at 8 p m. at Bay Street Armory. 

Recruiting Station. Tuesday 
and Thursday at Bay Street 
Armory. 

Cadet rorp« parades this week 
follow 

lift Medium Anti Alrrrafi Bat- 
tery. Friday at 7.20 p m. at Work 
Point Barrarka. 

170 CnherMiy .School. Fri- 
day at 4 pm. at L’niverYlly 
, School. 


Tweedsmuir 
Will Visit 


Tueedsmiiir 


TOMORROW - 1.30 


IMPERIAL CLOTHIERS 


1S17 (.0\KK.NMKNT STKKin 


!> Area Signal*. Friday at 7 .TO 
pm al Signal Centre 
Canadian .Scolti.ih Regiment. 
Friday at 7..T0 p m at Bay Street 
Armory. 


BANKRUPTCY AUCTION 

VALUABLE FIXTURES 


OFFICL ^UKNIIUKL 


1949 PONTIAC SEDAN 

(Kidln. Ileatep — tio4>d tnndllinn) 


WITHOUT RESERVE 


Ten M.iichlng ^^lalul Dipplny%, Sm.iU and L.trge Glasn 
.^hnwea-te),. National Ca.-h Rrgisterv TyjM'writer. Dak 
Office Furniture. Kxjvnsive Chrome Racks for SkiiU, 
Suiti, Ties. ILilJi etc., Numerouti .'^mall Chrome Stand.v. 
Kxpenpive Klectrified Hickok Silent Salesman. Metal 
Filing C'abmct. a* new Foam Ruhlier TV Settee Fine 
Medlum-.<lze Combination Safe S large rarinn's nf Counter 
Receipt Rooky, hundred^ of Dreis and Suit Boxes, dozen* 
of I7ress and B!ou*e Forms 


Twe*Hl<imulr park 2..TOO,Ono 
a, TPS of mount! In« and rivers in 
'TOlral B t' will he visited thla 
month by the son of Ihe man 
after whom it was named- 

.Maklng the trip wdll be Lord 
Tweeilsmutr. 44year.o|d John 
Norman Buchan, a former lleut 
colonel In the Canadian Infan- 
try' Corps, the parks depart 
menl reported yesterday. 

The park was named after hia 
father. Lord Twee<lsmulr. who 
wa« world-renowned as one of 
Canada's govemora-general and 
(he famous r>oveit*t, John 
Buchan 


176 VT. M ALI- FIXTl'RF.S 

'Thousands of Plastic Hanger* for .'^irts. Suit# and Coals 
NT’MKKOI S OTItCK ITKMS FOR RETAIL TKABK 


NATO's motto (a "Vlftlame 
U the Price of Liberty.'' 


Sale t tmimence* Tomorrow. I.:t6, al Im|»erlal < Inthlcn*. 
l.tll (unernmeiit Street 


ON VIEW TOMORROW, 9 A.M. 


OlsTINt TIVr 4NO IMPORTANT 


3-DAY ANTIQUE AUCTION 


5 Pianos — China — Silver — Glass 
Modern Furniture — Appliances 


»a »«" ‘'"OR •» !“ W'.b.tC M-aal. 

K.as Gear** T.rtar#, Ml** At.MI MU M B JW B.ad 

MR Y M WH4TI4Y af lb"'' f»iUr*l*« FI*'* «I»* ♦* rtlarafa* I" 
iMland. *"d atb*r tippaO*''* *l»#"‘» "* »*'**»••»». 


WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY - FRIDAY 


EARLY ENGLISH FURNISHINGS FOR ALL ROOMS 


*.rb aa-4 ta**l* «alUaa*d WrUldi D#ik altb M*rau#t*» «»•••. • 
l*,g*t l»#*k Id »*•*• »M1* Oak Hacttae* 4 b*»l». t«ld Oak 4 li#*t 
maatr* Oak Mall *•*! allh Ra*k OM Oak llii**i ll.#.i ihrrataa 
*t«tr Sir* *ft**a. I hlpY**idal* 4if**d'*lb*« * Clark (*■«• LftHft 
PMIIY W 4 I.KIRA *all*«’U*a. dwaU €'b»pp#*idal* Tabl*. acirartlt* 
l.a«l« XVi »«»l**. *b*rala« tlyla aad #lb*» ba'ng Araand t ard 
Tablet, iarl* 4oi»rir*B Y*ll-I#af M*ha**«» Tr* T*bl», Old S.ailUh 
rirtktdt AfNirhalr. C*»**d Oak Bar**a U**k. *b*r*Ua Mahagaay 
I'ararr and #lh*r Watbttaadt. **t*r*l fin* bbtralan and ntbar 
atdtbnardi itata*. Niodlant and amall', Ra* Yranl and *at»*nllrkr 
llharalan CB*»lt af lKaa*t*. t afal* Baa Ytani aa Cb**4a la 

Mabagan*. aatrral R*aalUal iKabt iladi**' and **nU*m*n'*i. Ytn# 
Inlaid Raaawand Mnal# Cablarl. Lm Tnbi** tadnaed la tnitaa Tabl* 
bright In varUai aoada and tit#* *#**r*4 dhapad Dltplnt ar Chin* 
(abln«l*. that** l-aang#*. Oab iloalt. (atlai* TabUt. rlr . an 
aaataali* lla* IN-pl### llriartan Oraalnr Roam ftnll*. an anaaaal 
('uilnm-balll Talr *> lar** 4*a,l-('irral*r Bnakratra in Mapi* »Ub 
Mairhiag l*bln#«». f»n# gaaftl* Edaardlen #t*l# Chin* Cabinrit 
•*v*ral *#t* *f niBlat 4 hair*. klrUrUn Ofraalnaal •* RrSdg# 4 hatra. 
>l*la*lan 4,*nll*(n#n'« and I ad,**’ 4 halt*. 4'«rn*r CabtnfU, lla# 

- p4*r* Rrprndarilaa Jarabran Oak Brdroam ball*. a**#rat Maaltl 
('■•rk*. Rrpradnrltan C.randmeihrr't Mark, f tnri* (ar*#4 TrakaamI 
AMI#*, old Kraiiltk dpinninr Wh*#l, *#**#*! K#*.HInd llrUiian 
fXnlng TabMa. #l*. 


PtANOd Inrlnd* a 4**clr WK-K'A RABT f.RA.Ml. Oraalni Roam 
Uraad by l»*rk#f A dan. d»» Vnrb. A ORANO MAI IB flAbO RT 
HIBSR an aider Jahn Rr**daaad i.rand an I prigkl Plana b* 
Rranatnaad 


ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL CHINA 


dn#b at Ta* Sarly diaffarOcblr* 4'Rlaa C'*ll*«*« #arl* M*li> 
diadardahirr Ui«b. Pair I'bln* itag*. ia*»ly C’hta# Si**r,«*t -rarl* 
aad ntodrrn,. i*«*l Itete*. Pvrfana* n*llS#a. nrUaial %*•** Sin# 
Pair *t Hand Patnlrd %****. 4*r; Old Stamrd Prraian Til*. S.arlr 
Rorblnfham. Ma»*B and Canllarnlal ngnr** and Ornaairati Praatrd 
r*l lid*. Hand Palnird Cbta* Ua*r and Oraarr Handka part W*r- 
rh#*l«r IMnarr dartir*. fart* in|4l*h ( blaa T#a arrtl*# dnltvoia 
d»t* Hadaaaad and OrMntnl China. |.Pt»r# 0#r*r*ii*» Gill I Urfc 
nn rlr 


INTERESTING SELECTION OF GLASSWARE 


IMPORTANT SARLY VICTORIAN rRTtTAI II M(■frT tHAdriMJIR 
OPAl.lJWt.NT IINETIAS d-UtrHI < H4.NIIS Lll R. 40lLI(Ti0N Of 
PRYNCH AND INGI.Idn PAPI RWEM.HTd. PrRPI Ml BOTTLId. 
41 PtBf F.d OP UlVtit kICTORIAN GlJAdd dTIMM ARE dlagl* and 
Pair* *f Laairra allh Inl Dr*pt. *#▼***! Sin* 4 r»«l d*l*. 4 at t.laa* 
Prnll Ranit. Braallfal Ibl Gbtaa b*<aat«*a. Bab* and (,r«*« 4«U*a 
Oeranl##*. Rnb* l.Uaa kaaaa CnlarrS <Uaaa tprrgara Pal* Yin* 
G*arfl*n r**#r#d Canipart* Pair Wall Rrarkrlt allh fKap*. Cal 
Crvalal dlrm 4•laaa*l and Taniblera. *u 


GEORGIAN . VICTORIAN SILVER • SHEFFIELD FLATE 


d«Hh •« IMPORTASr (,40 Til dIMPR TI 4 I RN mad# 4a Idln- 
barib 4 Ire* liai Ma«alllr#nl H#**I1* ( haard SKTORI4N dlllSR 
(IP- alanding 11” h,*h an PGntb and 1*" aid* <a»l|ht Ita i. 
SINI a" Gsn III dlllSR T4AK4R(I li4Tin 4*3). «•#• Ml dlltrr 
T**tml <•#* Ml HHtar 4«#*««f. d*| *f 4 «,**>*l*n n|l*«r IndGidaal 
dalla allrarll*# l-PIrr* dllver tra d*r*lrr <.*ar*,an Hint Sunnrl 
ahvMirld Ptaled Pl*##i. vir dbaprd dll«»r Tr* Tra; Mndrrn dllt»r 
pt»r*« *lr 


A LARGE SELECTION OF PAINTINGS 


Inrladlng THO YISY ‘ ISIIIAN HS-AMd” IN PAdTrLM BY N *IK 
l.RAMIMAIdtiN THO RIAf'TlPIl. Oil PAINTINYrk b* Ih* Tan- 
irmparar* 4rlt*l GIOSANBTTI. an Original Hai*r Calar by P I* 
BIBRP. Malrb IIH PalnllB** an Panrl*. Old Print af I andna '11471. 
a tan* aaloell** af albrr Arlftnal OM Palnllngt and Wat** Calar*. 
RtaalKaH* Pr*m*d Mlnlalnraa Batlr* and la Bland Prim*. Hmal 
plarrnlla* Pranard Mirtar and Plrlara* 


ESTATE AND OTHER JEWELRY 


Inrhidat Id. Man# THamand Dinner Bin*. I and A d,»n» fHamnnd 
Rinat. t.Man# dtpphir* Ring. I 4111 P 4 Al.t 4RLI IMAMOND HRIdT 
HATCH. P**rl Pendant*, dllrkpin* a fin# Abnoi f 4,01 (i POfRIT 
WAT4N RT NATM4NML dTTiad. ('IRCA 113" Anlla*# (hinraa 
fnam*! Halrba* alb#r DUntand Ring* and InScraalln* latal* Pl**aa. 


ORIENTAL AND 60NTINENTAL CARPETS 


tnrlndr* targ# ,1T'd"sirg"' Rrrnlnn Palirrn Carpel Rnkbara Ra* 
l'« '■IT'' largt Baraak Rag ITaIR'. BngNah Carpal If'd’ill'. aom* 
aaiaft Pertlaa Rat*. ■ alt Indlaa Rag *tr 


COPPER AND IRASS 


Inrhid#* Caal Had* 
M*a a*r#i lard,al#t#a 
Rraamt. *U 


Harmtn* Pan* 
Plr* Impiamrnlt. 


Taddy Relll** Trt«»l*. 
Piradat*. Arr**nt. Hara# 


MODERN FURNISHINGS 
AND APPLIANCES 


**WINDS0R"*2MNCN TV SET 
FULLY AUTO. APART.-SIZI '*M0FFAT" ELECT. RANGE 
Ntiriy Ntv *«IENDIX** HOME IROHER— “ICNDIX” ORTSH 


AIM lorlada* TWO PINT ladTItfR mu tHAIRA. NeaHy Nra Con- 
rarSm. I pbaltsarad ( %•)*«. Cataag* Plan*. 4 baasretlald P*lia*. Oab 
4 bln* Cablnai S.*p#n«4*» < Ii**m* IM«*ii* Mtt* *I4 m* INnnti* daltaa. 
• ■PIKO TWIN BEDROOM Rt'ITX. Pal* T«4n RaB* la Wahiai. 4***1* 
"Mr and Hr* ~ H»drM» tall# •• Boa* Idsarl*. ftf BrStlib tadt* 
Rat. aUaar Badraam R«M#t and Rodroata Pamitbing* Rallab f.ardan 
Clwlr* (blaawar*. GUaavar*. Roby B*|*v. "■***#' PMotrl* Ran** 
“JdroaaPN" POSirtR MOWtR Oardaa ToaU. •*# 


Or View Tup«Nay All IHjr Riid Kvenlng 
Kate < ommefiee« Hpdne«4lBy. I..16 p.m. 


SBaunArd & Sons 


SINCE IfOl W AUCTIONEIIS mmi APfRAfSIRS LTD. 
PNOIaTI. IHSURANCl ***4 ADVISORY AReRAfSAU 







Champ Skier 


30 Batlt) CEolontat vutorw. i c., Sw.. s«pt, ii, i9ss 

W ill, il„. Bny Siimln 

(>vem>r Scoulcrs Will Rally 


EVANSTON Hi 'NANAI 
- N>ighhor» of M«rk M«)i- 
n^ll. a Thicago adv^rti^mg 
man living at 714 SharMan 
road In »hi» auhui b not 

Imagining ihinga when ibf 

ai f» 1 rnce 
Nfaxuolj baa dabhlfd in 


In Leader’s Honor 


K. K. MM.KS 
ExM'ulha ( ommlMltHier 
\lrtorta DUliirt 


(rav^tl^ clof*^ In lO.flOO milps. 

ll want through iha Sue/ 
ranal lo England and \isited 


f o J n nnorarv . 

nrfM.l^n. ol Ih.. In.p, naMonj| th- ~ 

iravelled in the jamboree at 



On the I^I)or Front 

Develop Buttle 
Says Unionist 




ITT. rv, 'Vr rr'r r 'r; 

h„ n» n »nl, dnnk !Mvo,, M»J l>n D r Spryv.j. v»ncouv,r' on 


hia own *nft drink flavoix Maj.On D C. Spr>\aa direr tor 
He rerently laun'hed rhenit' rd the Iniemalioiial Bureau of 

cal warfare agamai the nab Sroiiling will vl«lt Vioioria on .V ■ 

mv,d,nt hl« wr". Th.irsdfly All ><nu.on >nd fir.t Scoulors 

o^erly strong apiay had re JItH**io'^'^tTnd'T"Je"rpnnJI for '''\'*'D^"paftenoIi 

rlii.ed a *pm inO by 40 feet Col, WiUon at d.strirt head 

to a wared blown and sellow. riuarler^, 1034 Johnson, at 8 15 •» i* j «a,,i «k- u H»r« 

... ^ . . .1-, New Zealand. While fhe leaders 

I ndaunted. he mixed a pm Thursday, «ere at the miinnl meeting the 

gi«»nasc,.is^ dye whirh he * a * ^ auended a troop mreiing 

believes will not harm na The 1st Fairfield Roser Crew 41 'view Royal, 
rural \egei.afion and applied v^ax recently presented with a * « * 

|i with a hand sprayer Over reremonlal sword bv the master 

night hi* lawn regained a and engine-room xiaff of Mv The dlMrirl offu-e wUl now go 
dawJmg Rieen hue. to »h- Wonosari. Thi* vessel is owned on regular hours and will 

ama/ement of hit friends and hv the Roval Roiieidam Lloyd ^ 10 a m. lo 3 pm 

neighbor* LJni, Xhe sword was ,r,ade 'o Friday and 9 a.m. 10 

One of the neighbors hor- while the vessel wa.s on a voy- noon on Saturday. 


were at the roiinril meeting Ihe 
hoys attended a troop meeting 
at View Royal. 

* « * 


Noel Grare. a 13 year-old school- 
girl of London. Om , captuied 
three water skiing title.* at the 
Canadian National Exhibition 
ponlpsts In Toronto She won 
the under Ifi nrles at Jumping, 
slalom and tricks, repeating her 
record set at f'»ravenhur*l. 
where she won the Ontario 
title* (or the same events.— 
'Central Pie** Canadian.! 


haa had the opportunity of 

meeting the contingent from rv>ntiit n*»ihuh iuh> iin e*i* 
New Zealand will jotn me in t«ti 4 fr>»r lu* ijiir<?i*r -•im- 


nei.ghbor* LJni, Xhe sword was Monday to Friday and 9 a m. to 

One of the neighbors hor- while the vessel wa.s on a voy- ^2 noon on Saturday, 

rowed the pieparaiion to do age to India. * * * 

a Quick tourh-up pob for a * * * a*q<*« iMutij far «nMh» 

garden party Maxwell has Fverv>^ne m the district who «|.r\o Kre^t-x u>n<i nssii !•-» 

S)nre rereived several Inquir has had the opportunity of 

les fr^m garden supply com- meeting the contingent from tv»niii» a»»amh i«h» iin e*i» 
panie*. New Zealand will jotn me In t«ti 4 fr>»r lu* yiir<?i*r -•im- 

wi.shing them a pleasant and o«n«irt B•»mu^ r>rf-n\ m-wi* 

The Orenda engine in RCAF safe vnvage home ine crintin- *^rih ••mi* o»p' a -"i 
S. ibre jet fighier* 1 * Canadian gent left New Zealand almnxi * uTiT* 

pioitiired .and deveiope*) live monihs ago and have ixm r Xn*'»it Sni'X 

Q'.m) ' S'-'iu' Onrlnn e4’./i R-ibfrl 
“ ■ I w.'» Rnn«i4 einfolrt M*i4* 

wr*)!#' r>»4'» OflMfw r-*!* 

GREATER VICTORIA CIVIL 

AH CWvvJ rs" nih rr.-> Trrrr 

n L L t U I * t Cvr'ia e*in#> S*M B»ri CrAnk D«« A 

■JLI Lllljt .StiiW'Af* •■nn.jif.-rf man Dakj4 C"!. 

n ,1 n„iy Trim 

r>''"k iwwikhTiari €rfii» Qian 

Beg«lUr wnekis Meetino (or ail enrolie4 Voluntenr* will ^ 

* tt4'r-fn«n -4'p*n'*' •«4'> y»» fi»r» rt 

re<ommeore, after lbi» Summer recess, on >tONn.A1', oi'h*-*.- irr.i. Qj 4<. sm w-»n>hrAj«tt 

SEPTF'IRF.R 12th, 7. .30 p.m.. •! C ivil I>efence H.Q.. Market i#'" pr’-n '*" »"»’«*. Vr'*" s'-^-:-'’**smi''h 

Building, rormnranl street. rab.m wn- * 1 .^.,,,,^ o*Ar,. m*<«v 

At Hte same time and plane enrollmeni will he taken for sn*--V V’-'"” 

a new series of lecfirres. Including First Aid Instruction: or?e'^ rrA^"‘’h7/^»m"« aI|.V'’n*’im 'h 

what lo do lo minimhre effecta of disaater: how to protect r<i*kT<» snA-'«r ^n- 

^ fie*’ 'suAflryinan Rfbeii W*i| 

yourself In anv emergency. *n»»»T 0«f» Y»e Ie«<n4r4 Mnrrli mu- 

t|An*r 0*nr|« Me(ss ffSintlR'*** 

If sufficient niinthers enroll— dlmea. dales and planes can Mirh»»i n««n* OAnjAn Ra’r* oar4Ao 

, . , . . ... apt.*** RAS*r> H4mll’Ar> Rneeri Wit- 

he arranged lo suit convenience of those wishing to attend. Rnn»is p>nfAM n*Ar*« m*<4« 

. 1.1 i. . _ eilAf ;tn SfflttO. pivimfMV 0 *Ar(f 

rllms will he shown. X{**4* pnp't* grot* Qmn pumt 

,. , . , . . .. h*«Hhmie R'i’ K*;w OkvM rn'k*’ 

C nme In and learn what Civil Defence means to you; the TAm miuu K/i*»rs Pnm*rAT f*H«tAn 

...... mmm, a>.a . Ilf. SPe Ilf* rV*fl»»* M*(*« Mrh«»l 

1103^ .vnu spend mav save a life. rv4r** .i 4 mp rAii*'-fnr c*t*t ri*kap 

a*40 Smi'h Bf'ir* fr«»*f 

RKMKMBKR THK TIMF. DATK AND PLACE: Nm«!s«rk.r. srr.. Qu.n o.f, y** 

7.30 P.M. — SEPTEMBER 12th On the Korean airlift the 

RCAPs 428 .'^rjuR'Iron ranied 
I x!.'!.''!,' v/"' 1 / IS sk more than jn.non personnel and 

n\IL hhPK.NCh ynoonoo pound* of material 

Markpt RiiiiHinc'. rnrmnrant StrfM»t. uross ihe Pacific 


GREATER VICTORIA CIVIL 
DEFENCE 

Regular weekU Meetings (or all enroUe*! Volunteers will 
reiommeore, after Ihe Summer recess, on MOND.AI', 
l^rrTFMRF.R I2ih. 7 .30 p m., al Civil Defence H Q.. Market 
Building, rormnranl S*reel. 

At Ifte same time and plane enrnllmeni will be taken for 
a new series of leefin'es. Including First .Aid Instruction: 
what to do in minimhre effecta nf disaater; how to protect 
yourself In any emergency. 

If sufficient niintbers enroll— times, dales and planes mn 
he arranged to suit convenience of those wishing to attend. 
Films will be shown. 

C'nme In and learn what Civil Defence means to you; the 
lime ynu spend mav save a life. 

REMEMBER THE TIME. DATE AND PLACE: 

7.30 P.M. — SEPTEMBER 12th 

CIVIL l>KFE.\CK 
Market Ruiiding;, Cormorant Street 
Telephones: 2-73.VS ami 2-19'22 

Tht Corporation of tha District of Saanich 
SAANICH WATERWORKS 

WATER Sill T-OKF— T.I.ANFOKn AVEM E 

f*usfnmers residing in the area extending slong GUnford 
Avenue from Baker Street to and including V'analman 
Avenue and all side streets are advised that on Tuesday. 
September 13. water will he shut off between tha houn 
of 9 a m and no«n. 

II P DAW.SON. Muninpai Engineer 


IMPORTANT COMMUNITY 
AUCTION SALE 

SATURDAY, SEPT. 17 — 1 P.M. 

Af Sir. r*lh llr'sl’s Farm, Diirrance Road. Off the Mesl 
baanirh Road — Walch for Red Flags 
<tock Fic listed lo this date .50 fat Hen* and Rooster*, 
12 Dunks 40 four month old Turkeys, from 8-15 lb* . 1 Sow, 
10 Fonder Pigs, 1 two-vear-old Hereford Bull. 2 fat 
Hereford Heifers. 4 young Hereford Steer*. 2 Holstein 
Heifers. 1 Ayrshire Heifer. I young Jersey Cow In calf. 
Id tone Baled Oat Hav. 10 Ions Grasa Hav In barn and 
other things ton numerous lo menllnn. Anyone wishing 
to pm anv thing Into this Sale la inviied lo do *o Phone 
Keating 1ST or Auctioneer. 

Temts: ( ash 

ALSO 40-ACRE FARM 

With 5 room ho,,.e and nrce*--vv outbuildings Lot- 
of water '-Suitable for daiiv or berrv farming 

F.asy Tehn* I an Re .Arranged on This Farm 

T. J. BOYLES 

.Aurlloneer and Appraiser 
rO Box 8 — Cobble R||| — Phone ,S»i3 

^ale« Condiirted Anywhere on Aancouver Island 


Tart Apples 
For (Jnitney 

Peel and due a do/en tart 
apples. Peel and chop roughly 
fi green lomatoe*. 6 medium 
onions and cut up 3 or 4 bell 
peppers Place in a saucepan 
with a pint of rider vinegar. 2 
rup* of dork omwn sugar and 
a gl’nerou* tablespoon of salt. 
Stir, bring io a hod and simmer 
stirring all Ihe while til) sugar 

15 dissolved In the imee of a 
lemon, stir a iea*poon of dry 
mustard a teaspoon ea«-h of 
ground cloves and ground gin- 
ger and a speck of cayenne 
pepper Add this in mixfuie, 
along with a '--jp of *eedle«* 
raisins .•sfir and simirer for 
1*4 hnuis stirring on'a*ir.nal)\ 
Add 3 tablespoons of chopped 
preserved ginger, and continue 
to simmer for a half hour or 
so or until mixture Is Ihifk 
and svrupv Taste and add 
more salt if needed nr a touch 
more ravenne. if you like yours 
ex*ra hot 

pour into »!erdl/ed lars, seal 
and store in a cool place till 
needed 

When the old grow th trees 
ate all cut and British Columbia 
la covered in vourg timber, 

enough w<xv| should srou to 
build an avet.ige house every 

16 seconds 21 hour* a day. 365 
days a vear 


By BILL MAVOR 
Strong support for Buttle lake 
dam development and disagree- 
men! with a TLC council re.solu- 


officer E T- Sialey. 

He said he favn'rs ihe develop- 
mcni as it ha.* been announced, 
provided the lake area Is still 
retained a* a public park and 
made readily acressIWe lo the 
public 

Mr. ,*'taley is MHTetary nf Ihe 
Provincial Council of Carpe.n- 
tera ( TLC i 

He agreed with plans to tog 
and clean up areas that will be 
Inundated by the dam non- 
slnictinn. and expressed ho|>e 
other se< Hons would he de- 
veloped Into ramp and picnic 
Sties. 

In dl.s(u>-slng Buttle take, the 
Jrado* and Labor council ex 
pressed di.'-approval in principle 
jwith government* giving away 
••p'''^P<'r*> deeded lo the people.” 

•Mr. Sialey said yesierday that 
Ihe BC. Power Commission, 
doing the work, ’i* the people ’ 

In cases where public lands 
were ttanded over lo private in- 
dustry. he would approve the 
TLC resnhiiinn, Mr .'^taley xald. 
* « • 

A S-''h(ifi Mnke fund ha.< »oen 
vftuvi in Vant Oliv er m bH< k 'ic- 
tons Milk Dnverx' and Dairv 
Employees’ I’nion 'AFL-TLfi 
in a contract dUpute with three 
disiribuiors 

The fund waa voted hv {he 
A'ancoijver milk union after 11 
readied contrart artllemeof 
with nine compaales earlier 
this month. 

Ncgntiaimna in Vn loria begin 
UVfincvfiay m a fin.s) jliempt lo 
avoid etnke action bv PV) In 
side and ntirside worker* 

The union here has voted to 
strike lo back a demand for 
parity of wages and working 
mndlllons with mainland milk- 
men 

They seek a minimum wage 
of S'27h mnnily, more sUlu- 
tory holldaya. a shorter work 
week and other unproved 
working cnndllinns. 

Northwestern Creamery Ltd 
Palm Dairies Ltd. and Island 
Farms Dame* Co-op .A*soci» 
linn have relerted the demands 

No date has been .set for 
*trike action 



SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 65 
(COWICHAN) 

I^iblir meelings will he held in the following area& 
at 8.00 p.m. on the dales shown for the Rate- 
payers to deride whether or not they wish lo have 
a new school built in their respective Attendance 
Area.s: 

CowU’han Station SrhiMil, Tuesday, Sept. ISth, 19.V5, 
Mill Ray School, Mednevlay, Si'pteniber 14lh, 1955. 


You'll be 
entertained 
royally on youi 
Holland America 
line crossing to 
Ireland, England, 
France or 
Holland 







CLAUDE JODOIN | 

Healih Minister Eric Martin' 
ha.s advised i^pimv* that he will 
keep in mind their request fui 
a three mnnih* rim* limn on 
lisp of industrial camp.* erecie I 
b\ employees as a tempurarj 
quarters 

The request would be coo 
sldi'red when regulations aie 
reviewed he said. i 

Unions claim ihere is no i 
lime limit on ihe life of such 
ramp* which gradually deierio- 
rate 

The union*’ request i* >cing 
'-eni to the Trades Union I'on- 
grew *TLC» convention at Van 

couver >ept 2S 

♦ * ♦ i 

The TUC convention will be 
addrpKsed by Claude .lodoin. 
president of the Trade* an.J 
Labor Congres* of Canada. 

Merger of the TLC and CCL 
provincial federaiinna will movi ' 
a step closer due to a propose > ' 
from Vancouver Labor Council 
TLCi that the TUC appoint 
five nfftcert for the merger 
lalk.s and meet with CCL 
officers 


U><in|« Ootn Nh* VorV t« *0UtM*We<nS 

II Mxvtf anttrantM »t niiww ftMitiaeaM 
Maassaw *na tTNoau Or m’I e'tci lo enniacaM 
Bv 4*'UI4 nwjlor-tvrin* WIITlaoaW 

MooaaaM WoNiaiT itr,.r* »v waamaM o> itnoim 

lit COBh iltUNO 


SriCIAl SMUN6 
FROM HAIIFAX - 
MAASOAM NOV 2S 

a* - — .jin *tf* It*e ln«r. 
i«l * '* « f* .It 

rga 91 l9'e P'i,ci4(fi 


tn reuB laam aitai 


-IT a aeoB 
TO ac 
, os a 

/ «IVi MVS 
/ »tne-- 


Wl Hgr'ar* *it»*t Vinrna**, I R (' FV't'ir ViJI 

nftlr(4 (Un IR M4f>li*al. T40*n<* SnO Wlnnlp** 


To CUflOPE by Nctharlands Govirnmant Vassals 

Km **r»« HI|«I (Unda'Ot M SaiiiHCS In SovOttnoinn tod RollOMlom 

OvteR ***"^**"* ,*,'**^ fve* Uoataiai to SeumintolM *M 
ntt* <n 0 tr* 0 <lion*l tri*nd. 

.mnt an.p >4 roon. tor r«. S*p« 30 NIW TOM 0>.*r| to *-rt 

fo*lion an* tun Coed. »ltn- Oidsnoamotati foot )?, fi'Oolo 

Itfvl Mionu Ort * 

O‘r*dorat*-6*noral o* Si» 0 D>n| iMimits'x van vartaar an Walartlaall 
txo Maiu* tsa NalSo'landi Holland amtfir* ima a**ni« , 


Klan Elusive as Ghost 
For Those Fighting It 


Yes, nia ’am . . . 

We’ll Be Careful! 


wi’ M.-» a y*ran rap' foa* burning nper our from These iiie«*llno we h*d up 
ia--a and patannaii'ir* invn’.a-i ir door For my owTi ppr.songl lo Horry ( ounty were effer- 

r«*4V.'Z' "4-J^ .V* *«?(“.', *6oi»i Id like to rairh who live. After word got Around. 

da*atr*«a’inn ii«gv did It. whether he's In the KUn you’ll notice some of lhr>se 

BV WILL -Ml l.LER or not'' petitioners for desegniHon In 

CHARU-ISTON. -SC -Hdrs. CoUetan munty like Horry * 
sed lAW enforcement officers to- '‘h're the Klsn has held 
dav cannot he sure whether ^'vival meeungs In recent 

thev are fighting a revived Ku nsonih* i* agri-ultural As laic rommuniiw u/hi -h 

Klux Klan nr a ghost from ihe ^^’'2 klansmen held pa of his conimunliy whUh 

Wux Klan nr a gh rmm the „^,„„ined a kl.vern 

* there vimniiit-a- deriee of de*eEr«lwn. The Judge 

No one ran sav whether ibe Jhe e smoak a,- reported 

threatening note le.'.Mved bv Mow .-an anv.me leil , drears «f violen.e hv the Man 

Ml* Re-sie Blake mmher of whether ihew rros* burnliiK* wa.ned hnift ,t and the 

five and a petitioner fn, de are Ihe work of the Klan or ;s.AA< P *0 refrain from inirus 

seciPCMiion of a Charh-oon noi* he «>ks. "I have fought f,„n In Ihe ten*e atmosphere of 

schofil WrfS sent by Ihe Klan ot (he Klan for >mfs. Ue c«H *r)iTv*| fighl 
a virions prankster Ihnuigh an ordUianre prohibi Herbert Ravenal .'=a.ss veteran 

.Mrs. Wake, wife of a ship Hng Ihrlr parade, wilhmil -,,,hn. «ri.«r 


BV HILL Ml l.LER 


"These iiie«*llno we had up 
lo Horry County were effer- 
tlve. After word got around, 
you’ll nodee some of those 
petitioners for desegraHon In 
( harlestnn wilhdrew." 

Federal Judge Ashton H Wll- 


five and a petitioner fni ile 
seciecaimn of a ChHrh‘*«on 
schofil Wrfs sent by Ihe Klan ot 
a vu'ioiis prankster 

.3|rs. Wake, wife nf a ship- 
yard worker, turned Ihe mis- 
aive ovef (o Ihe ^RL As she 
rfs’alis, II read: **\\e Ihimghl 
we had >ou afrwld. Now we’ll 
do the Job over again. Tell 
your neighbors." 


dcfiee of de*ecralion. The judge 
•ook official nolire of reported 
Ihreais of violen»e by the Klan 
and wanted nmn it and the 
NAAt'P lo refrain from inirus 
imn In ihe ten*e atmosphere of 
the school fighl 

Herbert Ravenal .'*a.ss veteran 
authni wind magazine writer. 


sive ovef (o Ihe ^RL As she Ihniichl Ihe KIsn had died * 
rfs’alls, II read: "We Ihimghl -f Arthur Brown, Charlesion 
we had you afrwld. Now we’ll pie«idenl of the National A*so- 
do the Job over again. Tell «'iaiion for Advancement of me 
your neighbors." Colored People «-a>' the KF3I 

VV. W' Smnak. second genera ha.* furni*hed him with relio- 
iKin ediior of the Pre-s and phane hag* mm which he .an 
Siandeid, W’aieinofn. Cnliemn dump 'be <ih-cene and ihre.i’t-:; 
County, isn I sute wlw* buined itvc lener* ne lei.-ive* Office.* 
the 1 -ioh-, r»n hi* froni fence h '"»pe innhism t mgerp! ^ 
appealed theie one nighi afier ”1 never knew the Klan to 


w^riMen P/f explaining his membership on 


Ihe ‘’commiiiee of 52.’ ays: 
'if the good people of the 
community do nol lead the re- 
sistance movement in Souih 
Carolina the Ku Klux Klan will 
Since (he Supieme Court 
opinion ordeiing de*egr»lion In 
itie Stiui.i Ihe Klan, whirh all 
of II* abhor, h*s again raised Its 
heed ■■ 

The bafflement of offirers 




0, 


m 




ftWI 



/r^ 


he had earned an edjmnal ile oxist m Chai legion aid nauirmeni or ortirers 

crying ibe vultme laiUcs of Brown ’.No actual klansman rom# to grip* with 

thn».r Irving m revive ihe Klan *‘'‘'1' thieaiened me Ru' ihe 'I’** and raichlng only 

as a weapon in the school *egre threat is theie jiisi ihe same. tu^^*r* is not unpleaaing lo Ed 
gallon battle. The Klan la effeciive even if It *’*rds 


gallon batile. The Klan Is effe' 

I wa* twav from home «atd ^ ghost ” 

Srpoak ' 5!v wife heard t've dog lo the hgih n 
bark and went out m Imd j ^It’* Blake - exp 


In the hgih nf Bmwn « and 
Mr* Blake - expet ieni'e* a le 
mark by imperial wi/,ard Elton 
I. Edward* in an Atlanta tnter- 


"IC* a rule of the Klan Ihal 
to reveal another's Identity U 
to break a sacred oath," he 
says. 

Klan secierv wu* « tenet laid 


VICTORIA A.SSESSMIuNT AND COLLECTION DISTRICT view |» Mgmfii'ant Edward*, down hy lis original Jtead bark 

I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on W'ednesday. the 2I*r day of Sepiembei ITO ai the hour ‘ AW CIO a.,m pis,.< worker In 1W9. i>n Nathan Bedford 

Of 10.30 oCIock in the forenoon, m Room 128. Douglas Building VIcon- BC. I will sell M br^he;h:nd Ih" sHeniih'iMa 

public auction the lartds and improvements thereon tn the luit hereinaftet set out of the person* 

In Mid list hereinafter set mil for all DELTNgU ENT AND CURRE.NT taxes due and unpaid bv I ~ ' ~ “ 

said peraons on ihe date nf tax sale, and for interest, ro.sd, and expense*, including the cost of \ 1 1 ft £*Ia f^ #1^1 f 

sdverllRing said Mle, if the tma| amount of taxes due up lo and Including the vear 19.3.3, and -if Iff C. #i f | 

interesi thereon, together with coat* of advertising said sale, he nor sooner paid I x ra 

List of Properties On ^lunnn-Liborals ' 


Name of Person Assessed 


French. George A . French 
Maurice. FVench. Hum 
phrey 


Short Description of Property 


Snoke Land District 
22 'excepting il» that pi containing 
6|»ac. colored red on Plan wUh DD 
27115. '2‘ that pi containing 5 ar on 


I 1.1 I 



DD 21.3081: i3» Parrel A». C. of T 
U94381 .... - - , 

12.3 30 

.■ 1 O 9 

1375 

11214 

Hermi»ton Horace B 

Malahai l-and DisIHcl 
Amended Lot 5, Bk 8 Plan 218A Shawnl- 
gan 'Suh'irban <' of T 173927Y 

t 

37» 

1 56 

1275 

51 90 

Hermiaton. Hoiact 

Lots 6 to 9 1 except thov* pia, of T-ots 6, 
* lying W of .8hawnlg*n Ijike Roadi, 
Bk 9. Plan 218A. C of T 1739271 

1813 

2.02 

1275 

62.90 

Bell Harold M 

Highland l-and Diftrlct j 

Sec M C nf T 213001 „ 

62 77 

309 

13.75 

79 61 

Voofht Matgaret 

Renfrew Land District ' 

Lot 13, Bk 18. Map 1771 C nf T 305861 

3 44 

13 

1275 

16.32 

Plton. Mr*. Nellie May..^ 

1 Rhawnigan Land Dtstrict 

' Lot X Map 1531. C of T MlOll ' 

L5 02 

63 

12 75 

38 40 


Dated at Victoria. B.C-. this 5th day of Auguat. 1955. 


t. r r«BnRNr„ 
Depai* pevrfnctaf Cottermr 


BRITANNIA RLAOf BC ' 11 " 
— FVemier Bennett Fridav niglit 
again attacked the "rumpl-iber 
al* in Ibe Lillooei hyelertsjn 
Mr BenneM lolrt a parked and- 
letre in the Community theatre 

AUCTION SALE 
Every Saturday 

al the 

DUNCAN 
AUCTION ROOM 

Dniscan. B.C. 

Hrsi and Third 
Balurdayw. Furniture 
Secofvd and Fourth 
Haturdaya. IJveslork 

"T*«r •rllfW* h> StuSi 
!• raar4 

I Phone Diincan 1179 

nr tUMRl 

I GRORtiF r. HW.%NTO\ 
isLs«n simnsrta 

' S*M« rM>4«*4*4 Sa>«ft*r« 

•• ts« laWM 


= r.-i' responsible Liberals h*>pe 
IJiSf Ger-loo Chhsnn would he de 
lea'rH al ih#»* pn|)« on Monday ‘ 

iJe sdderl 'Those people pbo 
smc.ir are this lountry « real en- 
eniic* from wdhin not the Com- 
mumsi* *’ 

.'speaking in support of Dinald 
Robinson, .<kvial Oedit randidate 
•n the hy-eleci|on Ihe premier s.v»d 
there was J2".’ nni) fOTt ro)d raih in 
Ibe treasury for highway and 'Hher 
expansion* " 

He charged that the Ijlieral gn- 
ernmeni when m power bad sold 
•ome of Ihe righl-of-wsys belonging 
lo Ihe pacific Great Easiem Rail- 
way in West Vancouver tor five 
cents a yard 

' Ldtooei ■' he continued, "has 
been the nvnt nsglerled riding m 
RC but n>ore road work is bemg 
done and all contracts of the 
Squamish highway have been let ” 

TTie premier will wind op bii 
poMwal slumping tonight in Squ- 
amish 

The RrAFs CF 10 t« one of 
the world* moai heavily -armed 
fighter*. 


MOVING 

PACKING 

SHIPPING 

STORAGE 




Th^ mml fragile thing* in the world «re 
SAF'E when moved or stored by noweU’R 
Trained Warehousemen! No matter where 
you’re headed ... or when you want to 
leave, just make arrangement.* for .SAFFTY 
AND .«;ATlSKAmON with this old estah- 
lished V’ietoria fino. If you want to move 
from atreet-tn-strert. nty-to-nty, or roast- 
to-roast, call for DOWELL’S fully-trained 
»er\’ice. 


/?emember^ We're agent for ALLIED VAN LINES! 


LET 


4-7191 


DOWELL’S 


1117-19 Wharf Street 


DO IT 


4-7191 


I 


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t\>^A .-iWi li 


fiailn CalaiitHt Vicioru. b.c.. Sn#.. s«pt. ii. isss 31 


)roar 


irouml thv Islam! 


litf AltM-riii^ fur (mu i>ri;Miiiia- OAIHJ. tU* (‘\{)lAiiicd OiAt Uiry 
tiuna aod Itial ftIwmUl b« \vt>tic’(l m<'rely to rxiend tti« 
(«4t dlvlslun In • luiiall dkv elfwtt\tv\«- ? of work for wrl. 
irlot like Uiift.’* Im^ of Iho uldor p^pUv He 

Father I^onard appealinl for <uck<**'**^ **'*• 
order and a!««med protesting wnt of the people belonged to 
member* that It Is not the atm one organt^aHon. the other M) 
of the S('A to break up ihe jw'r «-ent miild Join tiK* other. 


VICTORY COAL 


tfUeiU «{>e«ke/ G- F. hd- 
MHrds. pmvinrlai prenldent of ' 
the Senior tlttien^* Aaaorl*- 
lion, denied aliegalioiut from 
tile aiidicni'c that hla organ- 
ization waa Mdting out to de- ' 
Mtroy the Old Age INni’ilon- 
erh’ Organbcatiofi. 

An exei'utive member of the 
OAPO. Aibernl \aJJcy braneh. 
Mrs. Pearl Corbett, calletl ef- 
fort^ of the SCA to organke 
here "just plain raiding " 
TUKNTV INVm:» 

:-^he declared that at leas! 20 
of her group’s members had 


loK exi’ursion found the body of a man hanging from a 
trc'o near Hie Indian rt^ers'alion yesterday. 

RC’Nti* were ralli*d in and it 
wa.s Iciimed the de.id man 
Mas a logger from flams.iy 
Arm lagging Co. Police are 
w nhholdlng the logger's nan.e 
• imitl next of kin can be noli- 
fieri 


old age pensioner.'*?" she askwl. 
-•>ia\ away from Port Aibernl " 
Mr. Edwards ret'eived loud 
(k'liiaU from the audience when 
he said "we are not pressing 
niembers of Ihe OAPO to Join 
ihe Senior Citizens’ As.socla 
tion ' 

.Mm. y >1. FraiMT. ■ psAt 
Itre'ddent of tlie OAPO here 
and a mciiilM>r of Island and 
pn>vln<i«l eserutlves. dis lared 
"that there was md room In 


Fast becoming Victoria's most popular coal. Victory 
coal sales have Increased ftti in the pa.'-t two years, 
and now we are offeiiiif; this p«*pular coal 
at tremendous savings. 

High in Heat — l-ow in .^sh — Will N'o| l linker 

$ 17.00 $ie.oo 

HARKNETT FUEL LTD. 

4 ’iW7 *37 I*.\MH)KA A\EME 4 2647 


by Central .Sforlgagr and 
llouHlng ( orp. In IIh 40hmis4* 
projrrt Is being f«>rMarded to 
offlelals In the ho|>e that a 
rcdut-th»n may be made. Ke. 
reiilly Ihe memlier of |tarlla- 
meni for Cnmcik-.VIi«emi. Tom 
Harnett, was taken on a (our 
of Ihe hmetes In qtiesllon 
along wlih I'Klr officials. 


IlItTIS IsI.AND— T ltelU 
lHlamr*k «me room elementary 
M ItiKd hart reopt'Oed for IIh 
fifth year with >li*H Alue 
Drew tieglnning .her fourth 
year as leather. 

Tlie HcluMii is in excellent 
fttndillon wilh the desks nes*- 
ly saniled ami sarmsiied, new 
Mrioletim Ilirtiughoiit and Mith 
the new leacherage In use. 




(ieorgi* pA'ans aboard Botty I.,ou 


PARKSVILLF InHiallatum 
or H new slate of offh erx will 
l)c the main item on tiie agrtid.x 
ai the fir>t meeting of ihe 
fall Hi-ason of Park**villc l*TA 
.M'lii'Uy. Meeting will be field 
a’ Parksviile junior high 
school. 


‘‘Betty Lou ’ the Answer 
To High Cost of Living 


COriyrENAY The vemi 
ntiMual cir<‘uit a>semblv «-f 
Jehovah's Witnesses will be 
held In Courtenay September 
16. 17 and IH The Native Sons 
hall has been engaged and 
si^me -VK) of liie ecci aie ex- 
pe< ted to attend. 


PARKSVILLF Enlerlaln- 
ment i.s promised ha.sehali 
fans today when old time 
players from many Isinnd 
pnirtts wiU gather to play 
ParksvHle Loggers In two 
game* at 2 and 5.J0 p m. 

Known as the "Linament 
Team" the oldttmer.s will In* 
dude well known former base 
b.ill aii-s from Park-svllle. 
Nanaimo. Duncan. Courtenav, 
Campbell River and the Alber- 
ti i.* 

I-ast night Parksvllle Log 
s*' - played Port Albem* 
i>i M tienefjt gam# for an in- 
lured player, Aubrey Pow-eil. 
lyiggers" < ait her. who was 
badly hurt while practicing. 


Monday Store Honrs: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Hiki 

KIdne), Keating, Cobble Hill, llunran and Sooke, ( all /enith 6U10. loU fre« 


menial fi.'-hennan. overhauled and fixed her 
up to hia own liking, the result of which la 
now Ihe well-known Betty Lou. He has 
livfsl on the boat ever since. 

For A time he did some commercial 
fl«hlng, thought he was going to make a 
million but didn't get even near (he first 
thousand, he says. 

He has given up the Idea of commercial 
fishing, allhough the r4gging and gear are 
kepi shipshape Just in case* 

Crt^orge says he lives comfortably on a 
maximum or $.X> a month, he ha* no garden 
or U- . to tend and merely flips a line 
when he wants a change of scenery He 
N.iyv, "It If not only the high cost of living 
I have beaten, but (he high cost of dying 
too. which I.s also a conaidcraiion when you 
reach my age " 


l.\ N hIKKHV 

S«-vrnJy year old George Evans of Na- 
naimo ' lie has found (he* aolutton to 
tt.e hig>- •••st of living. His solution, be 
say.=- IS not Just another tht*ory. it is based 
on fact ‘ -eked up by 10 years of trial. 

lieorge is a rellrCMl engineer, his residence 
thf trim Betty Lou, a 28 foot one time iroUer. 
witleh may i>e found anchored anywhere 
between Nanaun«) and Vicioria all depending 
on where Ihe spirit moves. 

Mr E\ -rv came to Nanaimo in IKW from 


PARKSVILLF A general 
Invitation la bring extenr1e«l to 
dlsfrlct retail Tneri'hanis to at- 
tend H ibecttng at Parksvllle 
Community Hall Wednesday 
at 8 pm. George A Wooil. 
merchandising consultant, will 
speak on ‘Cajs.n Only Mer- 
chandisJr.g " 


Fabulous Fakes 


fT went to V*Mt iiuver 


ht iiei-anie sleam engineer, 

Ten years ago he reached hiH "work 
rpioi.i " afier operating for pile driving cum- 
Pfinles between Nanaimo and Crofton. He 
Ray.s he bought a "lemon” from a com- 


HV I.NSKO OF CAI.IFORMA 

(OPtFS OF GENUNK IMA.MO.NU AVI) I'LATIM .M (OfKTAIL KlMiS 


<OlRTFN4Y — A brief 
pn>(ex(lng high prirex asked 


( iimherlaml Man Also hilled 


NA.NAIMO — Strike action will not be taken by 
employee.s of the IMaza hotel here in their effort to obtain 
a five-^lay week and o^her concessions. 

Strike .ictlon wa.s voted down 24 to 17. Dick ^f;lncle'• 
husinb« agent of Hotel and Restaurant ICmployees ami 
Bartenders* International Union (AFL-TLC), announced 
>i‘.4terdny. 

Employees were asking for 
a five-day week with Ihe same 
lake-home pay plus 10 c'enta 
an hour across the board, two 
more statutory holidays and 
no deduction.^ for meaUu 


ganJullon am! handling of the 
i‘ta.SNe». 


THims ISLAM) Mr. and 
Mra. A. B. Hunter were hun- 
ored recently with the gift of 
a handsome chair from the 
first Teens Camp at Pioneer 
Pacific Camp, In appreciation 
of their efforts toward estab- 
lishment of the ramp. Mr. and 
Mr? M. W. Hawley were pre- 
sented with a gift. 


KumTftI sorvifcs will be held at Duncan some time 
jihi.s week lor Mary Klizabeth Cardiff, 25. killed in a car 
accident Friday near Trail while working as a public 

health nurse. ^ ~ 

' Another Vancouver Island* ^ naUve of Cymric, Jvask.. 

tralllc victim thf same d«ywu ' it,™”'- 

v.,. . j c- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 

Charles Edward Sutton. Cum- , Cardiff, about 10 years ago, 

bertand. about 40. who died of mIss Cardiff attended Duncan 
Injuries received in a twocar High school before entering 
crash near Oyster river. 18 miles nursing at Royal Jubilee Hos- 
north of Courtenay P^^** ®he was a member of the 

Ml« Cardiff. »ho «». »ork. K™dt, alien riaa,. 

Ing at ( aatlegar. died when » r^K‘st»*rrd nurse, she 

ber ear w*-nt out of control : ""'"ked for a year at Powell 
<m the Mnilhem Trans Provln- «*"'• ■ pohllc 

rial hiahway and plunged 600 healih t*ourse at t B< . Nhe 
feet down an embankment Joined the provlnrla] health 
near (lie Inlerior city. ' rteparlmenl «li weeks ago 

j a. a u 1# *od was assigned to Caslle- 
.Nhe was found about half ^ 

wav down Ihe slope and taken 

to Trail Tadanar Hospital, where' ” survived by her 

xhe dicA shortly afterward.?. ipan’nt.s: four sLsters. Irene. 


AI.HTM 8FA( H— Hwim- 
mlng riasfM-s conducted 
I hrough (he sumnter by Mrs. I. 
Ware, under Joint sponsorship 
nf (he Red ('ritss and PT.4. 
wound up with a iMwth party 
for 7fi chlktrea aod 25 parents. 

A cheque wma presented to 
Mrs. Ware by J. Jamieson on 
behalf of the parents. 

Dr. ,>Iax Howell, director of 
swimndng and water safety 
f«»r the K.r. Ke<l Cross dUl- 
slnn, paid tribute In IIk- or- 


your choice 


PARKSVILLE — Plans for 
the annual meeUng ami eleo 
Hon of officers In October 
will be msde at the fall meet- 
ing of Parksvllle and Dislrlrt 
Chamlier of IVimmerce Mon- 
day at 8 p nu 


Compare With Rlngs->Va)ue 
. $15.00 


MI.-;.-^ MARY E. CARDIFF 


PTA Socks Help 
For Plod ion AIovo 


The magnificent brilliance of the first qusHty. beautifully cut. hand aet 
stones makes these COCKTAIL GLAMOR RINGS Irresistible. Mount- 
ings are gorgeous! Each is superbly fashioned in STERLING SILVER 
by expert craftsmen. Fashion says •'Flngers-s-glUlcr” with large Jewel 
creations for 1955. Come eartyl Sizes limited. 


CAMPBELL RIVER — Members' to have trustees of^boot District 
of Ihe Campbell River and District 72 elected In the same manner as 
Rah-payer?" Axsocialion <ie<'lded at village commissioners. 1 

a retTiil meeting to seek the sup- Ratepayers now elect 28 repre- 
pcirl of the ITA in their (.ampaign wntatives who. In turn, elect trus- 

teesc from their own numbers. 

I ., , ^ I I a "ilham Mullrit. who is arekiug 

*linKlo de- 
vil "Jtlllilfiv- '. rinpmeni program here, told the 

mei'fing the pniject would briiig 
I S10.000 annually to Campbell River. 

L^llHt I rill <1'* »>d there have already be«r. 

17 applications for space on the do- 
NANAIMO — The B.C. goMTnmenI vriopment area where it li pro- 
fixh and game department was posed to erect 40 stores, a hotel, a 
severely cnlicued by the Nnnaimo theatre and a parking lot. 

Fish and Game Oub for nnt having 
closed (he forests earlier during 
the current hot spell. 

Huh member Reg Giyvlmnn said, 

"The slash was just aboul re.idy 
to explode and the authontics knew 
what the situation 


ONF. VF.AK MTtITTRN OlARANTE* 


Hudson's Hay ( Ompaay coatume Jewelry, mala 


IRENE says . . . 

SEE ALL THE NEW 1956 


Ql'ALICltM BEACTI^udy 
Banka, daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. R. S. Banka of French 
Creek, attended the United 
Nations .seminar at Ihe I’nl- 
versUy of Briilsh Columbia 
as a delegate from Quallcum 
Bearh High school. 


was They 
gambled wilh fire and got away 
with it.” 


AT IRENE’S 


NOW 2 STORES 


A( ROS.8 FliOM THP. HAV ON DOI’taj^H 
GORGE AM) TII.I.IC I M— OPEN TILL !• PM 


f** UniiPil Kint4«A >Xib| BtM t 
AtaivAua 

WiilMAkta I' M thil niirnlna I* 
4W0Ot t»*\ »r luwb*r («r Au*tT«ll» *Xlsc 
BriM I 

nrexart at* 

1«»t nlfM tof ▼•«ri*gr«r 
%h*r tnwdtet (Mi n( luBiwr laS 

al<r«»A4 (or U R 'Klr.f Biat i 

rnrw atari 

IV roar 

Mor0(Ml. iMdinc 

TARait 

ts roar 

Afhina SpfrlSan toadlDf 


S|ar*n<rnl< "( ♦H'» » ann-.-rr-l bf iha 

• a*r 9»«l»nlat 

TWairnrar iiavK r«i ,retr< (ren JaBAO. 
Oua at v»«inmalt Sapt }«. ai 4 p m 
OaPmailM oaa Q«*«n(tah Sara nn rt 
•trl»t *ltr> tiDtt* o( aCN O0UI 8api U 
PrWaia N»* Ola*AO* •? '**rrlaa n(t 

•orika^n M c ^rait r*(«rnlnt Oapt M 
vn-Toau 

IN roar 

Rt«f mpXat ia SrydwX at Tannaa 
Ltd <Rinp Br-M i 

Vir|(nla. Uart'ai JS 4 PM (raStf lumSar 


• NEW TOP TUNING DIAIJl 

• NEM rOWERPArKKI) CHASSIS 


Consult ns to-day tf you wish to obtain a 
First Mortgage I.<oan on select residrnUal 
pro|>ertyin Victoria or immediate Ticioity; 
Our Mortgage Department offers you 
prompt, ('ourteous serrice. 

Call in — or Telephone 2-9IRR 


IT’S ALL BRAND NEUl 


IRENE 


IRENE’S TV SALON 
GRAND OPENING 
SALE CONTINUES 

AT (rOEGR AND TRJJtX^ 

OPEN TILL 10 P.M, 


Quiet dignity nmM harmonl- 
nus surroundings that has won 
Victoria's approval 

IIM VancoiiTer 8L Phone 4-2tlt 


FT'KMTl'RF AND APPMANCKS 


Victoria 


A< ROSS FROM THE BAV UN DOlTflj%S— S-aVMW 
RD. AM) TILUCT .M— PHONK S-75M 






FUNERAL HOME 


onur 


DOUGLAS AT FISCARD 




nimtm 


fiaill} (lluloitis! VklorU. B.C., Siia.. Sept II. 19S5 


Simple Suspension Complex Problem 


K) J. 1 . JO.NhJS 
The must mtri|;uing (uirt of 
a modern e«u lino ihr pdit 
With muat luum lur imptuve- 
menl -is the suhj><NiMon. 

It sounds simple, this buM 
(less of pulting sptuii'ii on the 
wtieci.H to cushion the bumps, 
but It's lealiy exicemety com- 

L'ulHiions and extreme cum 
promise. 

A suspension <«>Hte|ti has 
tHo Jobs: siiUMfthifi)( out the 
biiiiipH and keepuiK Ibr ear's 
mIms-Is on 4be road. The 
se<'ond Is far more ini{Mjrtant. 
allhouirh the avera|(e iiMilor- 
Ui hardly thinks of it ai all. 

The prohlem- ari-se out of 
the f«rl thill the two funr- 
liuns are rlirert op(Misiies the 
softer the sprinjf*- the les^ se 
cure the road hoIdinK 

Luckily, theie .ite Areas of 
Xfireemeni. notably what la 
railed umspruni; weight ratio. 
Un5prung weight ja the mavs 
connected to the main body 
of the car by the spiings In 
|•onven^l«lnal arrangement«.. it 
inrlude.s tires wheels, hraket, 
rear axle, differential and 
drive'ihaft. and It adds up to 
ronsiderahle ENOindace 

Unaprung weight ratio is 
the re]Biion.xhlp of ihis 
weight to The sprung weight 
all the rest of the car For ex- 


ample a l.tNiO poiiiul car Mith 
•100 pounds of unsprung 
weight would have a latio of 
PH) 3 6011 or 1 

The bluer the pro(wirti(»n of 
unspruna ueighi, the 
siiKNither the car's ride ullt 
l>e— not iierrssaril.s softer, 
but siiKMitber. And since 

<|ilallly. and softness tlie un 
desirable one, the efforts of 
eigrineers have lH>en louard 
redurtng ims|iriing ueighl. 

We'll come back to this, 
alter a look at the reasons 
wh\ a firm vuspenswin hold.s 
the mad )«elter than a snlt 
one. 

To h«‘gin udh. n«* road is 
absolutely sniotith. fc\ery 
time a uheel hits a hump, it 
is Inrceil upward, rtmipres 
sing the spring which .shoves 
It bark <k>wn again Rut in 
the instant brOwern. the tire's 
pressure on the n>;id is luw- 
er«|. and its enp iherr 
fore ucakened Road-hold- 
ing, after ail the froufrou of 
detail Is irimmed awas <le- 
pends on the speed with 
which the spring gels the tire 
Kolldiy back on the road 

The suffer a spring, the 
faster it will snap hack and 
therefore the suffer spring 
util ke**p tlie wheels more 
firmly down. 


Business of Balcince 


Now we f«ime lo the hus|. 
neess of balance. The ideal -- 
not often approa* hetj - is 
equal division of the cai's 
weight between front ind 
rear wheels, with mov| of the 
weight bunrhH over the 
axP?». Tb"- lire trpr-og 
weigh? Is best able to coun- 
teract the unaprung weight, 
end the whole vehicle is less 
likely lo hohhie about 

That lakes rate of fore 
and aft pitch, and the low un- 
sprung weight controls up- 
and-down jolting, hut there's 
still side-to-slde svvav to be 
conquered 

Frequently. thU is done 
with a simple stabilizing liar 
»t the front of the ear that 
provides a springy cimner-llon 
between the fnm! wheels. 
U'hen one goes up. It tries lo 
fake the other up with it, 
thereby reducing the amount 


nf hftdy roll. Rill this Is 
rather makeshift. 

A hH'-ii solution requires a 
f.-.je'nsion wtth a high roll 
centre 'the jiojni about which 
the IhsIv pi\ot<- when it 
sw.iy- and a bodv w-ith a low 
1 »re-d^: -iiy iwsv front 
uipensions notable for their 
high toll lentres are the 
Auto I'nion type found on 
Volkswagen and the Lancia 
lype on Knglish KonU 

Tite f.imillar coil and-wish- 
hone su.spension now used on 
almost all domestic cars was 
bought from Mercedes in the 
early .Vk. and is a good all- 
round .system. There are bel- 
ter ones, but they. too. have 
their fnulta It's In rear 
su.spenaion.s that the work 
needs to be done 
There has not been a basic 
Improvement In domestic rear 
suspensions since IIKW), except 


More Entries Kx peeled 

"King Fishen man ’ 
Compelilion Hot 


Official weigh-in stations for 
The Daily Colonial's "King 
Fisherman" conte.si are cur- 
rently preparing for a new on- 
alaughl of contestants as com- 
petition grows keener by the 
day. 

Anglers are anxious to get a 
crack at one of the lash prt/e.s 
loialllng $-100 ottered by the 
Colonist, nr one of the valuable 
merchandise prizes, valued at 
s»'me $600. offered by Victoria 
merchants. 

Weigh in st.»iinn« are tot aled 
In all the mam fi.xhing areas of 
Vancouver Island. Ljitest list in- 
cludes 

Vtriniu ane L#nr»>tf Vi<-. 

(■•ria So'irlin* U?rwl» 0«k Bi< So*' 

b-> i>r 

S;iln»» Z.- - '..lit ( trinr 

Cnv». s^ifnpiird* sne atiwr ftamiit . 

It’-otaa • a*« •••il M a I n t 

B*«»i V'»* M«r» Suan a«» 

e**ni< M li.iH HrU • SoaUMuav On)d- 
• 'ra»m OllWrt • Bii«lhnu»a nrfn1*>-H) 
Br*ni«on«i «nS M«rin» Wf.»»» Trw 

Branlvnvtf Muirr* tan'llnc 
• Laniimi Sr* it«on«l 
HnlrlKfi n*a« Co*» Van 1«|* 

Marina a^i>al harSnr 

riri* l.anlint Bork* Bnlnt 

rnf 

Bat M'-Mnrran » 

t.anit.ard - tMHjf pti<r (.aoirnra RMlla 

(f 

r.-M.'.f Ihil Ptaru-x ratnrt 

l.tkr Caairhan PaHx » Pia^f Cailar 

Sri H--:- t 

ravirSan l>ai ^ •*ar< • A <■' Vta 
ri'i* Bu*na Vuia n'latlmuaf Ordano « 
Brrat *1 mi»» 

Sal<al> IMa-'»« t’'»ir« 

nrtrtf^T.-’ Par 1PH 
Parkm'X Btianr'l.'a Ciaa'Ar. • B*. 
■ooaa Pwnrh Crrair pitblni rarrr* 
ram^rnn Lkka ramarm Laka r«hina 
Oraat Cani-al t.aca Th* Ark Braar* 
Ka'-a-inn • Uaritaatr 

OHalir»m Baarll - Phadk ttarl Boat. 

Sprnt' I ak» I Bm«iM PaPar 

r«a<* pi«h<H- « landink Au(«> Cnuri 
Wilant> I Cncacr I.akrnhnta 

Oiifi'baT T»i» A'dar* • CamphaH 
B>*ar ti'isaaa Vfira<-|* BaarP PtMin 
TVfft Cbl'Oahurt h Ora'ar Ri»»r Camp 
‘BUarr Sara'nta B*arl< Bnd 

and Baal A.|tp rmitt ramo*rtn Riaar 
Mfhvaa Parndatl Park a'.-* pi-ait 
CafnoWiI Riaar hitS«a> Ptaharman a 
I««lia Oritar naar pa'aa Baaah taaaa 
■ i|aa finrth nf ((••n 

Pnrt Rantra* Harry Smith Ran Juan 
Marrharaia 

Pampkail Ri«ar fofhaa (. a n d I n t 
ljvl«a lrt»ar rtmphail taka S^.iharland 
Camp I'pirar ramnsait Ijtka warahaii • 
Senr'int Om»ila Pinaa Camnnac R.rar 
AlSamu Ma'Parlatta Oup and Taakta 
III Artrla Pnrt AlHarnl 
ramni -Pik liwia: 

A "ra> laadrr ha* aiTraarafi In lha 
<Phn d|>i<4''P Pl lha rnroatt 

Tnip Alatanrtar at Brrn<«rvwl r*ii«h« 
a rj-pnuneat •• rn*i»hat« Pa» Wpiifia*. 
dt* *a<«hir>t In a' B'avarl i Aula 
Manna 

Othar rarani aniriaa 

rono 

Oanrt* Wahan aMA Q<iadrk >lli 
Oilt • Lnndint' tlarrt Pmiihin Htk 
Rntladana Oak Rav Rnathmjta . . . 

Dara Paniharpa. IMT D«<an -ij | 
a«nk«> Patrick Cnc IMf Pdiavara 


<1PI a-* r>;,i Ba/ Bnahu.o t 

Turiar lOK Oliver -Ik S. k« Oak Ba- 
Itiaii.ti j*a F-anraa Oui <a nti>a.)a*r 
aid anihuataati lav; Kdaavrara .|k 
Oak Bar Braihnuta Jaan V C<n }Mt 
Edrvaara >kk S Oat Bar B-’.a'nnu**' 
•PRIVOa 

Willlani J Hrrbrnat lUA HaulUtn 

-t|a :: 1 ) nd ['arrtO- 

.An*-;-- |•arr.nh*l•» r«— i r HCi 19 

.A'*aafl ; A;C<i Ma'ina iar' Brtltam 
•ll* C‘"'a|i> a-raai! * pl'U (.rll-i 

IM Raminnpr <lia 0*K Ha< Uo*<-i 
hnii a W Barm CnbtX K l> 3t 
B'-ati* V'-ia !»»■ R «r • • 

r. Hi„ .)•} o at a’virta w, 

IMimlrril l>ui..«r> '• i Rur.>a V>iia-: 

H VmtrtaM- ttll t>aaa II S-av* >*> 
Allan Morr>«nn *n>t R,ri*a., cK| wuiata 
Landir.i • 


JOINS WILSON 
MOTORS STAFF 


j fKANK C.ltFKN 

who has juKi been apftointed 
to the .vales staff at VVil .on 
Mot'tr- Ll<l . where hr will 
specialize In the sale of 
new Chev rnlels, Oldsmohlles, 
C'adrtlacs and new Chevrolet 
trucks 

Mr tJreen bnogs to h.- new 
post a wealth of selling ex 
fterlenre ha'-ing been aeuve 
In the real estate and life in- 
Airanre firuis over the past 
ten veirs Well known In 
Viefoitrt he Is leady tr> wel- 
mme his friends at the show- 
rooms nf Wilson Motors Ltd . 
on Yate* at Quadra 


DIGNIFIED SERVICE An.R*!^TFn 
TO YOUR NEEDS . . . 


laSfl Quadra at Ralmoral 


•»S WtuipH sard kapaMvac 

Televkhtioa 4 Mlt 


lor Packaid's new loi^ion bar 
dirangement 

Of course, there's a reason 
for tills. Any change w<mld 
niean more compllralrd set- 
upn. added mamifacl tiring 
«osl and more expensive 
niainteiiancf. H«-av) cars need 
extremely r il v e d -.11 

siis|M-nson suitable for a 1,500 
IMiiind <;rand Frix ear Just 
uoukln'l In- practical for a 
l.tKHi {Miund MHiait. 

Ni'vcrtheless. a •■etup which 
would get the heavv axle 
gejiis and diivp shaft off the 
un.<prung iravs and unto the 
'-prtine ma>s. and theiebv add 
10 both comfort and suleiy. 
'•eeimi worth at lea.si the ef- 
fort that was put Uilo such 
•■omplexnies a s aiiiomafie 
tran«>mis-i.'!ns p«»wei '•leeiing, 
pnwt'r seaiv and power radio 
aerldis 

In sii.spensions. there'^ no 
denving that Furope is shovx'- 
Mg the ray. Perhaps ir$ n»»l 


too much In hojie that Detroit 
and Windsftr will follow be- 
fote mmh longer. 

LKAFIItOt. BItlIM.K 
The Thoti-and Ihland* Inter 
national bridge between New 
York stale and the provime of 

lo Wand for right and one half 
miles. 

Simple Ulcers 
Boils-Open Sores 

Nok Get Real Help At Home- 
No Time Lost from Work 

The einiRte KM KKXl.ti Oil. 
home ire*iimrnt perii.vu RotW a> 
ijkuai Rhile th«i»f old nores are 
l»auiic helpp.1 Y<iu gel relief r«-^i 
i|ui> h fi.r F.MKkAl.lt f>IL. hr.j= 
(■f'trnuie healmy heating 

K \l E, llA l.lJ <rlL AiiB irtetantiv 
to qmri pain redu< a inBamniauioi 
hri] aitmulale cirrulgtion hringing 
fresh blond to the injured i»ert 
J >vi fitUnw Jhe Bintpie (t>rr<'(ione 
K.MKi:alu oil Ik sold t<y alt 
drugg.kle. 


PUBLIC NOTICE 

NEW UNEMPLOYMENT 
INSURANCE ACT 

EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 2 . 

Imglayar* t— Soir'pN 0adix*>oo* wnda* Caopda > Maw Uwaw>pior<*»*>' 
Wtwtpaca Ao W.1I oa Ooohar 3 n 4 , 1933 

Implayaat I • AtOvougS rtia a*w Ao aSaO-va m* Oetobt' 3, 

mvt aiuti kova ron«r>b»i>ed o' **>a i*#w rorot tor ot la«*r I wsaki 
♦hof da's to ovokty tor «ow b»w»R«t M.aw ww i a oeg ioo*>«ie« 
dwrotion* ol bantSi tmdar rt>a r*aw Ad s>a 15 waah> ood 5d waaki 

-aipart'rkt^ 

is how the new Act affects you: 


b*aii>>*n ona 

C«wn >.ai> 
ImmaI 

w.«* 

• 

Ml*** 

■ '•t 

0*v «>«•»« 


5« 

SB 

Ur 

50 

54 

34r 

59 

513 

3Ck 

511 

515 

36r 

513 

519 

43f 

513 

531 

48r 

517 

574 

53r 

519 

53« 

34r 

531 

571 

60 t 

533 

530 


W»M>V 


lao iRos 59.00 tH 
le oag imda* $ 1 5 
5 1 3 pad yndar 531 
531 and wadaf 537 
537 ond wadar 533 
533 ond wndsr 539 
539 and wndar 5d3 
545 pad undar 531 
531 pad pnda* 537 
557 pad pvpr 


(1) Wban aomwtgt pra «a<* than 59 00. Hva <ontnbv«ie*< (for baaaSt 
Rirrpokst) •« MMnfad o* 'fy waak 

Tor tub >afera»«)<«n, coMwII )«ur loco' No'ionol tiap>oyiaaa( Olbca- 

lamaMbor -intwroata pad ampM^anl go tpgsiKpr — ^inp yow^ 
H ohenol taiployiwaal Wnta. 


UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE 
COMMISSION 


1 C 4<t»on. CA-at Cpari 


I J toHoa 
CaPMPowpnpr 


C A 1. Mur:S.M 

CawM.aaaaar 


Mtmtliiy M«rr Hour’»: 
H a.m. lo 5 p.m. 

Kt»r roiirlemis Service 
Dial S-7I1I 

sitltiev, Keating, ('ohble 
lltll, Dunt-aii and ?s<Mtke, 
call /enllb 6010 toll tree 


Birthday sale continues Monday! 

Fcaliinni- ■rn t-^:*niliML^ Iv.ii^.umh b ;ifke<t t>\ (he iIc| m ntUttilll \ anti int< rrit\ of 1 1'i xean> in Vtrlona anti HI 

"jT-arX ill iTuFl'it III riM.>li>iU pi-.:-. ITic ?TimT-'' 1! . ftuv r’niip.-.ii' I,;iiii I .nn - ■ i< n'l -T i . i . • . r 


5 ^^^ _ . Hi 's|H>cial Sales i>f 1'ijiielv. anted 

R A I '1ercliantll**r. prii-rd lo offer you what 

o I AK -A- •★ ★ ★ ★ oALto "■ 


Beautify your floor, add new life 
to your whole kitchen with fresh 
colored, easy to clean Jaspe linoleum 

Regular 1.79 square yard 

<1 38 


Special, 


sq. yd. 


Cjjnvii.s*back Ja.sjie Unolouni is not only easy lo handle, but once 
it’s down it stays that way. will nol slip, adheres smoothly to the 
floor! You'll find the glossy surface hard to .scratch and stuff <a 
btxm where kiddu‘s are conceniedl. easy to keep clean and lovely 
to look at' (Jrey ground ocoenlixl by Ki't‘»*n and yellow, dark grey 
or red and charoonl. Plain .<hadex of Kroon. tteiKO. rose. 

Marble pattern linoleum, reg. 1.95 sq. yd. 

Save -jn thi* hartl-wcanne linoleum that - ^ AO 

in kilchen. bathixKtm or den maleliinK colors! Yellow. ^ HO 

rtMi, Kiev, crecn. hlue, white, jirey-Krc'en. black, bxMKe. I 

oranye. Speoial, stitiaro jard B 


Brighten your bedroom with a 
floor-clinging, hand-hooked rug 

Plain; „ o 

6x0 • Regular S|m>H«|. C 

lO'xll' Regular WV> sikrcUl, 7 

0 x15 Regular f»0 5n >|M-rlal, S 

Embossed: , ^ c 


H xJV • 

Regular 

Hpcc|«|. 

24»* 

Ib'xll' 

Regular W 50 

>*|*erlal. 

795 . 

f» xl5 

Regular 9ft 50 

>|M-cial. 

89'" 

6'X<}' 

Regular tftr>0. 

S|M-(|«|, 

29*' 

lOxU 

Regular 119.*)0 

Special. 

89'" 

9 \LV 

Regular 119.50 

sjMTlal. 

89'" 


.«;oft rolorx springy rttmfon underloot, beautv, are ynurs wuh 
X '»'C that adheres sm.Hdhlv in the floor with 

^K\tR an unMghih hump or •vrlnkle' Choose from greens 
wine*, rose or l>eige in floral patterns. 


Hard twist, long-wearing 
plushy 9' all-wool frieze 

Regular MiQ 

9 jd. 

SfNTiai. sq. }d. 


llar<l twl^t pile resisj- the jc;; kmg and 
ciushing marks of ronsi.nni 
The f) ft W idlh -- Ifieal for w «n to wall 
in.xtallarirm: the medium green ‘h.q'ie 
Is CHxy to match in any room . tieror. 


Soft-to-the-tread room 
beautifier: 9' hair boucle 

RcKiiUr ■■ 00 

>d. 

S|N>rial. .sq. yd. 

U'.illiow«ll riikonng or room -I/e rugs 
in vour rhoice of giry. green or reri! 
Ileip'. new beaiiiv for vour floors, 
new rharm for your home, at a budget, 
saving price. 

Ill D.SON' 


Colorful cotton carpeting, 
with non-skid back! 

^95 

Special. «q. yd. 

tTlowing color plus easv waahahlltty 
a liixur) look plux new beauty for your 
floor* Iriur rea.son* why room-si/e 
rug* or walt-io-wall carpeilng would 
he an a'*el lo your berlroom. hallway, 
den nr living room' 

'S B.\l < OSIFAN^', floor roveringa, 4 th 


Sale! Resilient spring-filled mattress and box 
spring at no extra charge with your purchase 
of this compact, modern 3-piece suite! 

• Regular value of mattress and box spring — 79.50 


F.xrluvtve to Ihr HAY . . the charm and beautv of 
cleaneul rr.nriern ‘i>ling In a three piece suite unbea' 
able f..r diawer vpanmisnrvw, iriie i-oniemporary de 
Hipn and new di.scovenev in blended color t'hoosf 
from Latuador --ind, -dver mink and Cordovan maho* 
tiencroiis sized tinuWe drrs-rr has a 3<ixTJinrh 
idairclA . mirrm: *t6 inch chtflonirr has five roomy 
drawers ilw*i sl'dr out and In with ras<-' Included in 
the Mine IS an right drawer double dtesser '»6 .r- 
wide, and bookcase headboard with sliding panels 
Our Birthdav pip ?o vnu with the suite Is box spiing 
and resilient spring filled m-ittres*' enjov a rww 
took br/iro.-un . . . lake advantage of our great, 
sprctal offerl 


Special Birthday 
Sale Price 


Fresh new atvllng for yoiif 

bedriMim for nnlv •30 


bedriMim for nnl> 
* ® monthly. 


Wrought iron artistry for your 
kitchen, dinette or dining room 


Rpfclal Ririhday 
Sale price 


The newesT now, 

•P 

for only W down, 

•5 

nwnthly. 


Four comfortable chairs, a roomy tabic, make up this five, 
piece dinette with a new and striking wrought Iron base! 
Ymi l) love the shining, fresh-a.s-paint colors of grey and 
yellow that stay looking like new through year* of wear. 
Table top resisU staining, heat marks. Chairs and table 
alike wipe clean < 4 ilh juat a swish of a damp cloth. 

HI USO.VR BAY ( OMPANV, furtilliire. 4lh 


Be sure lo hear R.C.A.F, Band Sunday night at the Arena. Sponsored by Solarium Junior League 







J 



NO. 2:iO — MNKTVSFXKMII VF.VK 


\iuirom#T l'*lanir(i l.radiiif' N**H?H|)a|M*r Since IH,>U 
>r< roKIV RKinsH TOUMBIA, SINDAV, SKriFMBKK IK 



1 f»An.T 

!• rRNT» flNOAT 


.'i6 I’AC.fiS 


Master IVodueer Does It Again 


Stormy Session 



Adenauer, Reds Clash 
Over War Guilt Blame 


(German (Jiiei Asks 
Return of INisoners 


MOSCOW tAPt— West C*orTTwn Ctiancellor Konrad 
I Adenauer and Soviet leadei's clashed In a stormy session 
Saturday over blame for war cuili and atrocities after 
Adenauer insisted on rehirn of ('n'cman war prisoners as 
a first step towartK normal 

.r. r^iotir^a Teiieratcd ihp Soviet poHMinn 
Soviet -German relations. ih«t V\>si Grrmany s entry into 

I Nlkit* Khniahehev. Soviet naTO and the West European 
gominunlM Party chief termed ^pre ohs-iarle* to German 

' “olfenjrive" one <*talen»em *>y • in the nearest 

Adetiauer After a> knowtedfttne I 

that Nazi troofrs had eommMled | r>ett05 of the turbulent ae- 
' atrocttiea in Soviet Russia, were revealed ai a new - 

Adenauer said .Soviet troops had t.onferen»e held afterward hv 
perpetrated "ceruin acta * on t' h 1 e f Leonid 

German aoU. , n>ichev. 

Khruahehev tmld he rateBort- On reunification. iheRu^^ians 
• eaiiy denied that and fell com have Inat^tted It is a problem 
pelled to make his statement for the German people to ■settle. 
be<‘ause an ‘ nlfen.sive' remark • Soviet Fnreicn Minister \*. M 
I had h«*n made about Soviet Molotov reiterated that po«Ujon 
xrtvips X) SOLID BASIS 

11 <.,626 (>nn.nv whnm .h. BrenUnr., WfM 

RusM«n> or. <n,nv,^l mini., or 

.. »arrrlm,nnl». h»H not ,p,,n.n on. iho Horn..., .l.nrt on 
ahio .o r.-.um liomo Whol, lo rounllioa.lnn in tho«. worrt.v 

^ o “JH;' . A. to roun.Iio.tlon, no .y.lom 

"Wo rtidn rro., tho honlor E„n,po,rvill h.ro 

ho ..1,1 It wo- not wo who I,, 

'rt.rtod tho w.r „ ,,|,,,d,d." 

BKh'At lll'.D I'At T Art<>ni>o«r urm-rn^i ffrim 


Box I a World Series 
Here Tomorrow 

World series of la4T<»sM* ntarts in \U’t«>rla fo- 
mnrrnw when the .Shamrocks. fn*Hh from their m»M‘t 
victory over Nanaimo, take on defending champion 
IVlerlmrouKli Trallennen for the third atmlKtil year. 

Traiiermen will >>e vtM'kIm; their fifth cohms'II- 
llve tllle when the bent-of-sev en M»ries t»e(;inti with 
the fare-off in Memorial .Arena at H.SO p.m. 

S«'e story on sports ivageH. 


Ilotlesl 


or 


esl Meeting 
Is Up Drive 
Lillooel Vole 


BY K\\ BAINKS 
Coloni.^t Staff U<*porter 

SQL'AMISH — PrcniitT W. A. C. Ik*tmpM wa.< <hmiled 


BKh'At HKD I* \< T Artennoer emerpefl Rrlm fared down at an cictlion mwliiiK .‘M'voral limes Iasi niRli! n.s 

Ailolf Hitler hreorhed the 19.19 frnm the *ea9ion He wa< the he dcfemtcd hls povcmmi'nf.4 ttNOrd and .iHcmjiliHi lo 
pcjK'e part tviween the S*»viet chairman .Saturday. The ehair win the 'avor of Lilloool cNvIor-i tor StKial Credit candi- 
tuninn and (iermany hy order man^^hip will pas<» ha<k and date Donald Robinson. (See 

InK hla troop* to invade from forth hut there wa* no indlra- ^artier story on I*af;e I t.) The premier raliei thia "a 


di*^ipml»ere(1 polMrid m 15HI lion when another plenary ae* 
1 The .Soviet parly bo** al'O aion will he held. 


Still lilazinir 


Million-Dollar Fire 
Strikes Vancouver 


A foiir-»imi’ winner of Tlie Daily Colonist ChallenRe 
(’tip aw uticd at the annual .Sooke Kail Fair for the 
RreaH!*si nuinl«'r of points in th«' produee s<*ction is 
mniter vjiirdener Thntna''' Wt»eks of Sooke lie i.s 


surrounded by some of his prize exhibiUs which won 
him the cup again at the fair yesterday. (See n*tiulLs 
on F'age 


I lion now Mi|i|K>rttnc Liberal 

! VANCOUVER (CP) — A $1,000,000 fire wa.s burning <amJldate Gordon fHb^nn 
out of control al midnight in Vancouver's industrial False ^ During a heated exchange the 
I creek area premier called Mr. Detti •' a 


It was the biggest meeiing of cnUral hy ideclion," and added, 
the premier'.s lour of LUkMX't "all »•( ('.inAda is watching It " 
riding aV) people attended 'We might have a verdh-t here 
and probaWy the hotte*i, too. which will echo and reciho 
rhe hall was sohdly pai-ked throughout this land." he aaid. 
with small loggers and member* H** ‘•ailed on supporter", of 
nf opposition parties making other partlea who were ' wlUlng 
good u»e of their la.sl opporiun- to eros* tlw floor a* 1 did— that 
ity to anlpe at the SornHte before i» the ch.tUenge too." 
the by^?lecUon Monday, 

During Ihe i|ue*llnn period g • * 1 ■ 

rreiiiHw BenmU looked horn. | a. U Klllc 

with G R. Dent former pre.1 IVIIIS 

dent of (he (oiilooet R<M-lal 

('redit t'oiMtlt Henry A*«ncla • ■ 


TVo firm* —including Ihe niy’s and an estimated SI ,1)00.9(1(1 wnrth tralinr to the Social Credit move 


llaii;e*t fleet of lumber earners and of good* were bejng thrpntem*d 
la duantity of dry. rincked lumber In another area nearby, a fleet 


Crash kills 
City ^otilli 
In Ontario 


/toy's /.(••> Ilrolit’ii 


—were deatniyed within the first of 20 Innk* were burning IBT I 

hour of Ihe hla/e late Saturday, Along False creek, Ihe Vancouver 0\\ i.awvc! 


\ T I V M 7 • • lowrnng flame* (mm spicaHing .Melitng magnesium and alum- *“ fn imimik w.i/. ..t 

' ^ BJ.f I F _ . \\ Wealern Bridge and Steel Fabn- iniim rashng* maide the Armw VANCOt'VF.R iGpi Police a I'li 

I II V lilt III! V lf*t ini calora.Ud irarwfer w..n>hnuse blasted upward Chief VNalter Mulligan la re- A <^mpanu.n on Ihe motor, 

"llllw V>( I I y llll Ctllll 1.1. LI 11 Tlv-lllll There were no Injiine* reported with ihe force of an incendiary ported to have hneled a new A< .Ir..^ph Bemidr.ln, 17. 

J Alan m danger waa a aecnnd firemen s hose* rounaet who will repreaeni him of Fspanola OiH wa. miurert. 

I - ■■ I Arrow Tranafer warehouae The Some of the 19 000 peewmi crowd- Monday when the Tup|wr Royal fV'»h youth* member* of the 

, II I II I9ll krst. termed a total low» by fire- Ing the area •caiierrd at the blast. iromml*alon resumes its Inquiry RGAK have been ataiioned at 

H I I 1*1 / I I \j 11^ I f*l I I 1 L* 1 I 1^ \/ 1 ■ 1 ^ 1 ll 1 ^ contained refngeralor*. tele- One fireman whs taken to ho«. Inio Vancouver po!ti«e affo.rs. Camp Borden. 

* / ll\l Mjy 111 Saw J1 1 1 I Li 1 V. \ 1 1 T L L* L 1 1 V..' 1 \0Kion seta and household furniah- pital after bring hit by a live wire 

W •/ W Iniense heal of Ihe blare caused I| 

Destroyed 'were Walkers’ Tar- hoiws lo smolder, forcing firemen \ /(Pi If Jilt'S .*1 

Roliert CiOrdon Rowe, 11. wns knocked dowTl hy a rlers, Ltd,, and A. an<l M Saw- lo damp down their eqmpmenl J ^ 

/ hit-nnd-run cur in the <iiy last nighi — and found Iving Lid. frequently ... . abw m yiw • £» 

in the road hv bis n-year- 1 ™‘‘Khbonng 's.irehouse* s..me firemen were wHenngl^ !• 1 

ft ft brother Victor. ; Hk hroihir Vl.mr saw him malenal belonging i.. the from n.smful waler hhriem. l^/kl |^|l /I |1 1 |•|’ip(| I lllpr 

, .... w , Aluminum Co. of t'anada- Li‘J A enmd nf about 10. Wi person* R lllli^ll / *llll ■Lv"i \.^11IV/1- 

/ * A W W kartv this morning Uie boy lying In Ihe rrwd a* he was buiMing *ma*r watching the towenng bU/e from 

. I # # ■"•T’Hf.K lory c*»ndiium in'dnving by tin* nnk. He put inlendenl of Arrow Tranafer, wnd the nearby Cambie irtreet bridge ■ ww | ■ 

■** '^"*^Th'a IhispMal wMh a him m the car and rushed him YiiKMKn worth of tuniish»ngs were were controlled by police f ava'kt's «'k d'a I ' f /k l^/Ylait'l/l 

broken li'C and tui.H and briu*e>.. ..-.vnoji destroyed in the burn<*d warehouse and rtvil deferw-e volunteers 1 w| |i V llgl| 1\ Ifi I Iflg11|ll 

The |.r*i was Itn winner! His faiher. .N.irnian Rowe. , 


Viclim 

Brolhei 


I Stall burning was n wnrehrHise city lirelirMi J H, Cariyic wa.s 
*of Arrow Transfer Co Url Kirr- pounng water inlo the burning 
t men. aided by a miKlerale westeriy area, *ile of a former Sec«*nd 
j wmd. were fighting u> keep the World NV'ar shipyard. 


0 Ihe burning m • II* 

"" "" For iliilli^an 


A* Donald .Sutherland. 19- 
I* ' year-olrl *nn of Mrs IVmald 
I 'Uiherland 9-120 Bonalr. filed 
'-mldeiily yp**ter»fay at (,'ocjks- 
II t(*wn. Ont when Uie moturcycla 
he wa* riding wo* *iruck hy 
Police a cai 


Miss Colorado 
Fairosl o f Ml 


ATLANTU: mv N.t < AP’ - p..K.. :.’. Tlie Iir*i wa* 14 H winner! Mis iHtner. .Norman K“we., , _ 

R‘.«l haireil ri.n Ki. iCii* hie D Vmiis Ramey ol W-j-ihuigton. t) f. RR 1 - William He-id, Wd* ex ^ttV police nut a call 

>«ar<ad .Mi-n Coloiiaki, w.ui iIh- Kiichie has blue rve is :» hibiUnp nine springer sp-nifl*,’" station* to tw on (be 

Ml".* Ameru'i oinfi*si -:niur.!;r, fi-«.| a irwhcH tail and weigh* 116 m Inal night * dog xhow at the kxik out for an old mo«lel Ply 

iijglii jiourMis Curling rink on Qo'idra mouth c»iupf. 

She the — .nd Ih -iiuv with Thr new hilvholder <*1* picked He wa* inside the huildmg Late Iasi night police arrested 

red haft In win the \li"= Ann-ucs ah‘*r the (icld had hi.*n narn-wisl when the accident happened. a man. from Gordon Head 
rrown m ibe .10 \r.ir history of the i,> live Among m* five riiuilist« Ti\e hoy whs roiurning to,<amp. and sold they would 

{ ., I w«s Mis* Ori*g'in I>nrothy Mac ipe r»nk after playing m ihr charge him In connection 'vlih 

i «*••! Iv. J B*zvmikl* Johnwin of Ponland. firarh>' park ibe incident. 

Jtll III 1 \ IIIIFI A'-ide from the new M:s. Amiri 

I H Miss op gon WIS Mil* Inp OI'it’ 

I '' 1 . I I r-.- w inner, .'the w Ul tak‘‘ home a / ’ | * A a * 

Felt Here liOmmaiKlOS ill Adioii 

A foul minuie aarih IrenToi 2 lTi. *ays stw is tnierrsi..d in « 

of 'taihei >mnU liitcnsiiy" w.^s i.u.-tT m ilininaiU ' ■ I M I 

fell in several sections of mpenis llie Miss Amerh . I ■ \/|kf »||0 I fV 

(.renter Vi.t.ma sli..iity l»efore miwii from I-*** Ami Meuwiihcr 1 1 | y I jl LI O M Lt/Ll I 1 * 

6 pn> ve^i. rday hut Mud.un.ige hisi year'.- wiiuiei an .1 .t H«kpoi ^ | | 

was n*|M>H‘ d . •*( S;-MmO m pn/cs aivl j- - -oiml 

Hugh While wismohigisi at upiH aian.-es F,\MA(R'STA Cvpru* > Reuters) - (volcano*. First warning of ilv 


Polish Anli-KcdChief 
(iocs Back lo INilaiul 


Hosp Hal U o rke rs 
Seek Rovol Probe 


LONDON (l.Tl — Premier UiiKon Hanke of (hg 
Polish anli-Communist government in exile In London 
has returned lo Poland. Radio Warsaw announced 


(aimmamlos in Action 
In Cy|irns Honii(l-ll|) 


VANCOUVER ICP* - Hospital 
worker* thnajghou! B C. have dc 
marwled a royal commission mvi**- 
ligate the financial xtnicture of the 
province* hoiplial msuranre 
nrheme 


Injuries 

Serious 


yesterday. 

The Communist btoadca*! heard 
here quoted Hanke a* naying hr 
wa* influem'ed in hi* acUon hy th' 
rrpatriatinn campaign intiiated a 
few week* ago by tbe autbonlic* 
in Poland 

Hanke wa*. qu*)(ed a* appealing 
to all fdhrr emigre Pole* to return 
lo their homeland 

A *poke*intn for Uw exile gov- 
ernment in Lasdon whrm if»ld '<f 


Sport 

Flashes 


mvioce « hoiplial msunince B. . C . iJona gave nn 

Pheme iJ • Nmeland Mmonfcwi rskimoa 

NeriOllS ^ •pokemiin their wunU ss-wre (hU w'w 

Aj»p*inlmen( of *uch a rnmm*« * isrgt.T ernment in Lasdon whrm if»ld '<f , 

>km .a. a>*«J br.au--- ul Ih- b C -rp, - Arthur >»» ''•™» "••* r-rt»d rrrmd .rf WrW* VM 

gray. nuaun*t,U.n.l^. M knn« *h-r- our pi™ „K..rr tn«ll»ll fan. 

ll» d-pann^m rf Tb- ap.*-n.. «kl tta. b. hl. 

and welfare awl hosptial hoard* ' ... i« ma 


F,\MA(il'STA Cvpru* (Reulars) - (volcano*. First warning of lb* «ub>eri of budgets, Ihe 


the Dominion A«tr«* Phvsli ai Tc-irn ’*^Be«l In her e\i»* as ^^^rc«- humfred Rnriali ‘ximmarakm organualton was mad*' when Hoapital Employees Federal Union 
OhseiMiorv *ai-l ihe epicemie sliimmored I «mnot tru you no-vinm M.ilia InmlH here yesterday „ ,a..,.,k..,.« 4 — v m.Ci eok) tndav several 


Fisheries Miniatrr Sinclair * Injui 
les. fuffered in a fall in Ruasia 


Tbe *pake«inaa *ald that to hi* 
knowledge Hanke w** l**l aren 
at a Rnroe alr|Me1 la*l Mnndae 


e«Hiver fnolbaJI fan*- 


Ohservaiorv *ai<l ihe epiceniie sinmmoreo i « -inom »ru i*f* irnm M.ilia Inmlerj here yesterday 
of the tremor ‘‘might he ahoui 1 (cH it ic iiist inflcvrih'iNc i,, go • slraiuht into act»*m' lo help 
W> milcv awny" but added he I thank (»'«d for giving roc Ife n-aKire order on thin lerronil- 
could not determine Ihe due- lolcni. ' *l»r ^md a* ihc Hnn«iimce- ridden M< diicirancan lalHod. 


week* ago. may have been • 


Imps be wa* aupposed 


meni nf her victory **** m.nde. 


Inside Today 


lo go • Mro.ght .n7o lo Mo »' dislnhu.nd Iraflei. Nro*,.. mx * «k 1 today. thTn rep..rled - (• r.m. 

n-xtme order on th.s terromi '■"P"**' *-*‘ng based hi. obaers-alKm 

ndden M. ri.u rranean >*l.ind ‘Dw* «iuabhle over the fate of government t wage freere ordet „„ , telegram aeni hy Mr .Sinclair (rwi him «ince hr ad^ 

/ Cypr*w ha* umired relation* almo*i claiming il will rrwli m employees Gibson Liberal ranrti-' * The *pokeam*n «a»d the exile 

Three hundted irvirr were Hue the breaking point between *uh«tduinf hospital aerwe. date in ihe Uilmet bv-elecUoo government could give no expUna 

to rorae asimre lairr fn.m an.iiher f;r«hce and Tbrkev The Greek* HLFl? demand for a royal com- Dixpalrbe* from Ruxata *aid the bon lor Hanke * alleged ret^ He 

ship T^- will be loined next week demand immediate arU-determina- miMwin will go lo Ihix mooih * miniater had suffered a leg injury might have been arocned abr^his 

hv oihhr commando unii* which „o„ inland, Turiccy wanU meeting of the Trade Union Con In a fall from a drydock at Pe- dent of the l.lllootW Hortal 

sailed from Malta >nday. ,j remain under Bntiah conirol. gresa her*. tropavlosh. the apokeaman aaid. 

A Rniish military *p(ike*man - ■■ — - — 


Page xH)d Ihe rotnmnndos '‘won't he 


AnhsMi ftuesikm Bn* 

< ar I ortler 
Ibi II Yourself . 
Knlertainmenl Parade 
KnotUghts of Broadway 
Harry ^ ouMg'a < ‘diimit 
king Msheman 4 ont«»l 
ISadre In Print 
.Sooke Fair Result* 

T> Hreslew 

Mew K/>val Fair Kesiill* 
Votoe Ilf One 

* a * 

Astrok»t> 

« lasNifted 


4 orntrs . I* 

4 riMswnrd - (2 

4 onlrwl Bridge - 17 

K<illlortals ^ 

Mnanckal News 1 1 

G. E. Mortlnutre's 4 tdiimn t 

4iarden Notes t 

Island Neds SI 

Patb'ms . , SO. SI 

Kadto lYogroms SS 

s«iriol . in. 19. S«. S( 
Sport n. 9. 19, 1 1 

Teleyiaon . - . 24 

Theatres .9.9 


banging around acriimatuinz I 
themselves. They will get on with ' 
Ihe pib. " 

I II IS expected thal (be troop* 
will be uaisl lo round up lerrortat* 
anil search for hukten arm*. ThlSi 
I vital brilMh-uwncd Inland has been 
' hit in recent month* with terponat , 
attnek* by native Cyqmots dr-! 


‘//c (.ouldnU Get ThrouffU Them’’ ' 

Chinese, Not DIN, Hailed MaeArlhur 


rbirago suyed In tho 
.Amerleati Iragne race by 
iwtging New York while 
4'ieveland gained by best- 
ing Boston. 

In tennia Tony. Trahrrt 
trimrrted I.ew Mo^ to meet 
Ken Rosesvefl for Ihe l'.^. 
national atngW crown lo- 
day. 

For full dKalla aew aporta 

p9gCW 


Truman 


SI aimck* hy native CyqrtTots dr-i (THICAIV) lAPt-Foroier prexi- manrter In Korea on April U. 1951 was ' unaWe (o give wholehearied taid they naiW indead of balling UN force* reathed the Yalu ear- 

I. 21 manrting uan*n ol tbe island with!,)^ Truman aay* he wadies be The D-year-ntd Truman made support to the pdirir* of ihr at the Mth parallel. Iter m ihe war. only hi be forced 

22 Greece ... .«« (tw atalemert m a questicm-and- United Nation* inri Ihe Tnrnian Mac Arthur never wa* ordered hark when (Tiin* entered the con- 

. 21 New iheeaU nf lerrnnam -thU answer permd following an addreaa admmtstratkm m Uv eraidwri <d to stop al the "Wlh pn rallrl . Tni flirt 

i. II lime against the Cypriot Greek wwr- tjrfore Ihe Executives Chib of Oh the Korean War ^ man retorted There were a mil A MacArthur aKle In New York 

24 lemirui* the meek es~were i**ued. That hr (he only -re- cago FYiday A quextmner asked why UN lion and a half Chinese brtwern cixl ^ immedwla 

9. ^ Friday hv a rww serrei Turkiah pent-mee'’ hr ha* had lor remov- The former presidefM fired M*e ferero m Korea did not drtvr to him a^ the Yalu liver a^ he comme nt fro m the general on Tru- 

. . - - ofgaauaiMMi ttacU Volkan uig klacArlbur a* auprama com* Artbur an grounda that thr general the Yalu nver. "aa MacArthur couldn t get thruugh them man a rwtnarlt . 


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