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COLONUT TLLerHONKM 

AJl Dep«rtAenUi ....... 14111 

AfTEE ll;M r.M. AND BEtOBE l:M A.M. 

AND AUNDAVS 
N*w* Oe«k 

-..IHIIH! 

RporU 

Social, laland Newa 
Circulation Mailing Room 



Victoria and Vicinity— Olotidy vtth a frw 
kuxuxy lotarvala thla afternoon. Little change 
In temperature. Light wliida inrreaalng to 
Northeaat 90 m pit. thla monilng. Outlook 
for Murtday -clear. 

High Today-&9 

Sunahlne Teaterday- 4 hours, 43 mlnulaa. 



EttOO 



TflDk OLDBhT DAILY ON THE PA( IFIC COAST— CETABLISHED IIU 



VKTORIA. BRITISH COM MBIA. SUNDAY, (MnrcmKR 23, 1«H9 



SIXTY PAGES 



Woman Killed 



as Vehicle 
Wrecked Near Port Alberiii 



Discoven of Nuggets on Yukon 
Sets (fff Kush to Stake Claiins 

FAIRBANKS, Alaska, Oct. 22 (^P). — Plane loads of men 
and equipment headed for a new town 5n the Alaska map 
today— the tent town of Flahwheel on the Yukon River 
between historic Fort Yukon and Circle. 

It's the scene of Alaska's latest gold strike, but nobody 
knows whethet it will be a Bonania or a dud up there in 
the shadow of the Arctic Circle, 

though, It'll The dlacorvy was made In mld- 



PORT ALBERNl, Oct. 22. — One person was killed and 
; four others were In hospital after an accident at the Ai- 
I beml end of Cameron like tonight. 

Dead la Mri. Jeaile Kvana, about | 

IS, 704 Ninth ATcoua North, Port 
.Atwml. 

Injured are; 

Theodore Bvana, huaband of the 
fatalty>lD)ured woman; 

Mr. and Mri. William Rlnea of 
Port Albeml; 

Bhlrley Johnaon of Port Albeml. 

SATTSFACTORr 

CoodlUoB of Um four In hoeplUl 
waa given aa aatlafactory, but poUre 
said none were in oondltlon to be 
quoitJoQed about the aoddent. For 
thla reaaoo, deialla on the accident 



By The AMaelated Prr« 
Nearly 4.000,000 peraona are Idle 
acroae the United SUtea with In- 
dication! that coal and ateel ahort* 
agea wUl aend thla figure aowrlng. 

Only allgbUy more than 1,000,000 
of the Idle are Jobleaa becauae of 
The bulk of the 



At $3S an ounce, 
worth the try. and today even newa> 
paper reporter* and radio an- 
nouncer* were flying to the froacn 
aandbar In the Yukon River to atake 
elalma aa well aa get news atorlca 
and recorded Interviewa. 



BULLETIN 



•triV'^, ttowrver. 
others are drawing unemployment 
compenaeUoo, looking (or week, or 
permanent unem- 



To Ilifrh Court 

FUlSHINO MEADOW. 

The 



are regarded aa 
ployablea'* 

A spot 4S-atate survey by 
Aaiociated Preei iDdrcaied that tm- 
pkiyment waa generally high the 
paat week, but tlut the picture 
probably will change swiftly. 

PLA.N (T TBACK8 
(The Bureau uf Labor eiatlatlca 
reported In Washington Uiat em- 
ployment In industrial and com- 
mercial line* reached a 1M9 high 
of 4S,4U,()00 Just before the steel 
and coal atrlkea atarled.) 

Many smaller (imu, ruiuiing out 
of steel or coal, have scheduled big 
cutbacks, some effective during the 
coming week. Mure railroad wurkera 
will Join the Jobless ranis at mid- 
night Tuesday 



ConiiniinisLs 

Slreamiiiir 



Hltvm was ideoUflad as the dhvwr 
of the car. 

Police said the car was proceed- 
ing along the lilghway when It hit 
a patch of loose gravel. 

The car was thrown out of con- 
trol. and turned over once. 

Main Impact of the accident ap- 
parrnUy was taken when the car 



N.Y., Oel. n tINS) 
issue of Josef ('ardinal 
Minclszenly's imprison- 
ment by Communist Hun- 
gary was sent to the Inter- 
national ('ourt of Justice 
today by the I’nited Na- 
tions General A.ssemblY. 



' - AP wtTveeRta. 

f on s catwalk nearly SOO feet above Puget Sound, steel worker Patrick Decgan ties cable 
for new Tacoma Narrows bridge to replace span that collapsed in 1940. Thta is start on 
first of two main cablet. CA(;h of ‘which will be three feet thick and 6,000 feet long. 



Shoppers Get Thrills 
In Emergency Calls 



when paaeeager 
service la cut on some coai-bumlng 
roads. The automobile Industry has 
announced drsaUc curtaiUnefiLs for 
next month. Bteel fabricaUng plant* 
are nearing the end of the Uoe. 

Secretary of Commerce Sawyer 
baa estimated that If the ateel eUike 
runs to December 1. it wUl foroe 
5,000.000 worker* into Mleoeaa and 
•‘aertoualy damage the natlan'a 



Mayer Fails 
To Form 
Cabinet 



, rLUBHiNO MEADOW. N.Y., Oct. 'delegation He asserted atnmiQ 
23 ITN8).— Oeneral A. O. L. Me- control la the central ieime in 
Naughton. one of Canada'! fomnofti^^* controversy between tJoviet 

<countrle* and the riwt of the worhl 

since President Trumans anouunce- 
mander of Canadian forces, declared ment of a Ruaelan atomic wploalon 
tonight that the Western technlcel on September 23. He declared that 
|advaniage' over Russia In atom, forthcoming debate oa that aubjert 
wrapons U of "fubatanlal margin'* ,m U Jl, roneequeoUy -will be dyii- 
' On that basts, McNaughton said aznlc, difficult and dangerous " 
."there U as yet no reamn for unduel in»ar r r.\,. i.we 

artlftv- and stressed that the Jump! ‘ 

^on the Russians ts -a margin which j McNaughton added: 
we believe to be increasing.- j it must be our first conogrn that 
I BTILL liMK ^ placed squarely before 

, >the Asaembiy unbeclouded by the 

I The Canadian conUnued; nebulous suggasUons of some weU- 

; "In consequence there is a little Inlentloned people who either do not 
time left which can safely be given 'see the dangers of the situatloo or 
to the process of educaUon and per - ,4vho Incline to an approach similar 
'suasion. We must therefore use Itjto the discredited Kellogt-Bnand 
to the beet advantage in an ^a- fnet of the 1990's (Uve outlawing of 
^deavor to carry, even yet, convlcUon war). 

^ to the people* df the BoTlH.- , cannot afford oonfuslon ef 

‘McNaughton spoke In Ontario ; thought or unrealistic action la the 
from a prepared test distributed atiface at the serious menace which 
jthe United Nations by the Canadlan'iles behind the Iron Curtain" 



The usual 
ihnppera yesterday afternoon 



of Saturday a man was reported to have col- 
lapsed. and firemen were called to 
oelved more entertainment than if a ship Are at the VM1>. No. 3 Yard, 
they had taken In a matinee thriller Bay filraet 
at a movie houae. ^ ■ 

Aa police cars and fire truck# md poiii* ambulaiice^dldn' 



Drivers of the Are equipment 

! , .! ; I'l exactly 

* relish the thought of knosrlng each 
- -M, II, I **^^“** emergency calls, on * a** going Uckety -split through town 
^ shopper waa heard to land thinking any minute they might 

J AUiark: w :mect at an Intersection. Becauae 

JtUBj "Oosh, If we arenT getting more each had sirens blaring there was 
York City every day." j no chance of knowing. As It turned 
onlookent. work-out they were going In opposite 
poUremen and directions for the 'greater part of 
~ ■ .y I worry for victims) started at 4 15 their runs, but they didnt know It 

police were called ' 
to take an injured mcoer player to'i 
hospital fer treatmobt to a spinal', 

Injury. He was Ronald OIbbons of | 

Chemalnua. 

Fifteen minutes later the fire de- 

alarm came Into headquarters ' ! 

. repo^^^ a flrs near the lnlcrsec-|| 

Uon of Belmont Avenue and Vintng , 

Street. Ptrcfnen located the blsxe 
at Avenue where 

someone had left Iron 

Ignited the machine arid the resuU- 

W ' *■ i . dow frame. Nobbdy was bom«*kt 

“ -^sssasi^sr-t^ P' * J the time, firemen said. 

uwt Marts 

[rushed to the intersecUon of fort 
political etteta which has left France 'and Dou^aa Streets, but fourvd 
sdthout a cabinet for 14 day*. [woman hi^ pulled the fire alann 

Mayer had been premler-dealg-'w,^*^?^*'* mailing a 

, ^UUTT orsig iirtter. Bheppera by thU time were^ 

nste only two days. He was unable beoomlpg confused, but firemen had 

to form a cabtnet because the [ ^vorythlng under control desplie a 

BoclallsU were unwilling to ent^ decided handicap In that the head- * 

hi. 00T«lunB.t Uhd.r tb. <ondl- 

w ... ^ |lng any loo well. Workmefi are In 

Hons he ouUined. |the midst of InalalUng a new sya- ' 



Claim "Terrorist Band^ 
Crushed liy Czech Reds 



PRAQUE. Cieclm-Slovakla. Oct] that they directed operations for 
23 t^. — Caecbo-fllovaklaa Oom-.Mplonsge. terrorism and the smug-* 
munlit-controUed Oovemnent an-'gllng of political refugee* ' 

«in.mno«n«.u r.n,, .tt.r 

Th. ottlhUl «eoun» Ih, ' 

ITO..P ™ in -tth th. IhtelU. 

I.nc. „rrM of , tor.tr. t»«r, 

which It did not lutin., uul h.d "*'*“'• '™” )»l»- 

carried out a bombing In the centre Other developments were: 
of Prague last August. I- A secret treason trial ended at[ 

The arrested band was reported ***^**'**‘» f*Ankrac Prison with thej 
on trial at Louny, s small town 40 ! of one defendant to UfC' 
miles west of Prague. It was the hnprlsonment and 34 others (o leaser 
second Cxeoho- Slovak announce- terms. 

ment within 94 hours reporting the 2. Roman Catholic sources re- 
cracking of spy rings. ported doaena more prleets arrested i 

Teaterday the Oovemment an- In the Oovemmezit'i campaign to| 
nounoed the arrest of one employee break resistance to it's new church \ 
of the Ametiean Embassy here and control law. which goes Into effect 
the expulsion of another on charges November 1. 



$650^000 Deal Reported Under IFay 
r>r Sale of Victoria Daily Times 

man, F. Ronald Omham.inounced that the paper would eeo- 
prominent Edmonton | struct a new building on the old 
attorney, was beUeved to hsv# acted Hudson Bay property an the water- 
the control of the Bpencerj^*)*' Weatem ayndkate In talkaltroni, but a start on the building 

made to dale. In 

OTHER OVERTVEEB *»«nt of a salt, presumsbiy. 

, eXher InteresU have made over- on a new HU would be 

turaa for The Times, but Indiratlons '® Tf owner*, 
were that the Bell group trad ih. huaband was 

Inaldetrack. ItlsbeUevedthatfor- l ^ 

mal announcement of the tale, when ^ 

arul If It comes. wlU suhsUntlaU *: 

reports. Uverpool In s salJ- 

" ^ ^ . ,lng veseel during the gold rush 

Tlra terse annour^nt Erl^y^d.y, o, the «'* to found hla first 
,00 the front page of The Tlmra that gtore 

Mrs. UUlan Bperer, widow of the i POI NDED IN 1144 

late J. WUl Spencer, long-time man- 1 _ _ 

.(inx dilator of Th. Tln.«. h.d , 
u.un>«l Kla contnl h< th. p.t*r, ' '“"J” 

CUM M . «nwlM in lce.1 builnM.;* '7 
clrcto., Sh. hu knm b<wn protn- Kl*-” 5 .i 
i™mt in .rt phlhtnlhroplc w.rtlT'* U«t d.,. Hon. Wil- 

h.r,. H.r home U on Ywrow Rood »• • ™"- 

in th, SldncT dtotrlct, . ,7', T* '* "*■ 

in the Laurler Cabinet as mtnta- 

EBPOET NOT DENIED 

revenue and mines. 

Queried last nlghL Mrs. Spencer At one time be waa a senator. He 
denied that any deal hsd been roo-|dled In 1913. 

isummsted and declined comment at^ Irater. Griffith R. Hughes, auditor 
the present She did not. however, 'tor David Spencer Ltd., acquired 
deny reports of the pending ule.|thc paper and operated it until 1990 
When she was asked earlier about when be turned It over to the Spen- 
the tranefer of The Times to her jeer flna. WUl Spencer then beraras 
control ahe said : 1 really don't want managing director and was tnatm- 
anythlng lo be said.* I menu] In the opentloo of the paper 



smoke l^low decks. The blase waa 

hr 0«r Yoon*. chMt «,-| Th. VIclorU DUl, Tto« U n««,v™oo..r l 
I h Ihe process of being sold. It was Ray MUner 
City police entered the picture leamgd hers last night, 
again and proceeded with the patrol | jq 

minutes later ftremen ' ^**“** ambulances to » family sinee 1990, It was transferred M'*-8p«hcer and her aseorlates. has not been 

t^-car crash at the InleraecEonjoniy uat week as the sole properly; 
of Oeowe and Mhm StreeU at 6:I5tof Mra J. W. Spencer, who had Just I 
P-®- Cars Involved were driven by 'relumed from a New York viitl. i 
Robert A. Lyons, 1441 May Street. Ironing out the final details of the' 

.Thomas H Chandler. 1271 Faithful rate then began. It la believed. Agree- ! 

Street and William H. Bell. 1434 ment reportedly waa reached late' 

Point Street. Tho Bell car was yesterday. Sale price was said to be^ 

Impounded by police and the Lyons' in the vldnlly of 4450.400. ! 

vehicle, a small van, was turned The name ekraely associated with' 
over In the collision. Nobody was the purchase wu in reports to 

be that of Max Refl. osmer of Thel 
And then, at 4 20 pra, th* run Calgary Albertan and a member oft 
waa topped off by a false alarm at the syndteat* controtlluf The Ed- 
the inursectloo of Oralgdairoch i monton BuUeUn. Behind Mr. Beil. 

Road and Joan Crescent. :acronllng lo reports, is a wealthy 



»/ ■ I Mayer said: "I hope that some- 

33, wn UDsucceasful candidate In ' luckier than I have been can 
Vancouver Centre In the 1949 Fed-,>>f^ • quick end to this pave 
eral election. [crisis." 

Under the direction of Returning! He gave up after a full day and 
Officer Albert Beatty, the polls open j night of oonferraoee, mostly with 
at 8 am. Monday and rioee at 4 the SoclallsU, in an effort to end 
pm. tPB.T.l. I the suletnate. 



NEW WESTMINSTER, Oot. 23 
0).^A heavy vote Is forecast for 
Monday's New WMtmlnster Federal 
by -election. 

Some 90.000 electors are eligible 
to cast balloU In voting a successor 
to Senator Tom Reid as member of 
Parliament for the riding. 

Five eandldsles seek the seal. 
They are: 

William Mott, Liberal, U-yaar- 
old former ntayor of New West- 
minster; 

Leslie J. Chitslmas. Pmgrsastvs 
Ooneervatlre. 46-year-okl real estate 
salesman; 

Ronald Irvine, C.C.F, 37-year-old 
Saskatchewan-bom son of William 
Irvtne, fonner C.C F. member of 
Parliament for Cariboo; 

Elmer PhllpoU, indepcndenl, 53- 
year-okl Vane • u v e r 



In Successful Defence of New York 



1949 Accident Toll 



Mexico Sees 
Meteor Fall 



NOGALES, Aria. OcL 33 (JP).— 
Reports received here Indicate that 
a meteor ftil last Sunday aftempon 
In the vldnlty of Tree Bolctns. 
Sonora, Mex. The town Is about 
30 miles southwest Impact of the 
fall was felt within a radius of 
100 miles, according to reports to 
th* Nogales pedke. 



newspaper 
columnist and radio commentator, 
and 

Maurice Rush, Irabor Progressiva 
Party, who E his party’s provincial 
organlxatlonkl eecretary. Mr. Rush. 



AUTOMOBILE ACCIDSNTt 

(FIrM ns«r«s Mtw rasMr total; ■■wnS. totol tar iMt vaak I 

LAAffore to OaS m««i- 

OaaalfS Wraxlafy Vtatorl* aMMrS Say mH 

Killed - I (l» 4 fp) 2 <0) ft (0) 0 (0) 

Injered 37(0) 2(0) 2(0) 

Wriltrn rrpem MI(20H«(5) 2J (OJ 29(0) 

CONVICTIONS 

Dangerous Driving . 10M2> 55 (M 4(1) 4(0) 

Drtving. mioxtcaird , - J2(0) J(0t 2(B) 0(0) 

Exrreding speed Umit .7.48 (.7) 42J(IS> 81 (J) 720) 

Car* imptranded 40(1) 8(0) 0(0) J (0) 

Al 7ft mile* pet hour, if you turn ytuir head for Jo»i one 
•eeoiMl, you travel 44 (ret without seeing the rood Memo from 
Oak Bay Police Chief M. C. F. Rrston 



Hawaii Strike 
I Nearing End 



TODAY'S reATLIRES 

rswtSes . Psf* I 



— Caatral Ptw ■ CaaaSUa 

Ctty frooi a mock bombU« atuck 
yesterday. United SUtes and 
BC.AF. plaoea aoreeeded tn rut- 
ting off light tnmblDC ptanes snd 
ffghtra* which ram* in fmm th« 
Atlantic Orean. Both wages of 
borfibm eluded the outer defence* 
of N«v Tork but were eatight bf 
the Vampires. 



RONOLUUT. Oct. 33 flnsi 

MBston to draft the agruemeni form- 
ally «dlng Hawaii's 173 -day -old 
strike was set for tomorrow morning 
after a protrarled conference late 
today 

A tminn spikeanran said he 
thought the aeaskm could be wound 
up by tomorrow afternoon 



Bhown in flight, training for 
“Operation Metropotts," are three 
VaiRpl^ Jet planes of the Royil 
Caasdlan Air 1\wc« Reserve 
which, with other gmupa of 
RCA.F. 1%hter* and United 
9*eMe Nattrmal Air Ooard. suc- 
rrasfaUy defended New Tork 



the paper, and H. P Hodge*, edltor- 
iQ-cIMef. Mr. Spenree bad an- 






consT 

Warcfu/are 



m, ik** 



Compact Card System Simplifies Census Taking 



Sftoday. OctoUr 23. 2aill| (LulontBt 



Kiglit Victoria Men lncliidc<l 

r 

In Honori! List at Investiture 



DRESSER 

SETS 



VANOCXJVCR. Oet. 23 CP). ~ A Aveou< 
(Uf -d«cAf d Air h»or»j echoed 

wiUk«tuilM of war'fmlUQtry lo<Uy 
M lOS men. *nd one women, of 

received decofwUon* Iv 
'tnerltorlouk eervlce.** 

Benkft. LleutenniU- 

Bmish 



FU. Lt. Robert K Spooner. 
Hk. FO Oeorse Jattue 
Keeper. lAW OtUUiid Avenue; FO 
Jiweph Iviui Pelletier, ApU Three, 
lift OovePnmeni Street, and PO 
'DKimAA A. T RlHidM. 1741 Rub) 
Road 

OKTS AIR FOB4E CROSS 
PH. lit. Harold Alesander Card* 
received 



R.CAF, 
bravery and 

Hon C. A 
Governor of Bmish Oolumbta 
awarded 103 EMaUnffUlahed Piylnft> 
Croaers. two Air Puree Croaaea, one 
British Ciiipirt Medal and one Im-, 
peiial Service Medal 

CIVILIAN INCLIDRU 

At the npreas request of the, 
Llcutenant'Oovcmor, James O.^ 
Crawford, formerly head pos Unas ter 
In Ulaacow. Scotland, and now a 
resident of Vancouver, was iiuUuded 
In the otherwise purely mllllary list. , 
Mr. Crawford received the Imperial 
Service Medal lor lonf and mentor- 1 
loui service tu the BrlUsb Govern* 
ment m the poet office branch. 

Miss Theadora O. Rhodes of Van- 
couver. the only wontan to be deco- 
rated In the ceremonies, wai. in- 
vested with the anusb Empire 
Medal Miss Rliodea aervod tn the 
It.C.AP. women's division and was 
.rewarded for her “notable leader- 
Ishlp to the women under her jurls- 
I diction. 

j The Investiture, the largest ever 
held by the Air Force here, was 
followed by a reception in the 
Officers' Mess. 

Eight Victoria nten R^re included 
Id the bonora list. 



ner, 281 Kerwood Road, 
the Air fhrrc Cross. 

Two former VictorliuiB now living 
on the Mainland were awarded 
DF.C.'a. They are Pit. U. W. T 
Glass, of Vancouver, and Pit. LL 
Gordon H. Qra> of Burwaby. 

Distinguished Plytng Crosses also 
were presented to PU. Lt. John 
William Nell of Nanaimo, and P.O 
Abraham Leroy Richardson of 
Uoloo Bay 



RLUNniKC NIGHT 
Tlie district touncU Federated 
Civil Servants in Victoria announced 
last night the organisation will bedd 
a "Klondllu Night” starting at 
ft o’clock Friday in the Britannia 
Branch of the Canadian Leg km au- 
ditorium. 



CHOOSE A SET FROM OUR COMPLETE 
STOCK NOW AND USE OUR CHRISTMAS 

Lay away plan 



ROVER 



Now you can own one of Ihcse 
beautiful cars for as biw at — 



-CP 

Census of 19S1 wilt be simplified by new-type pen snd spectil 
ink. Ink-marks placed in individusi cards by census-taker seta 
off electromc device in calculating machine which promptly 
records and tabulates all statistics. Elliot Sherman, super- 
visor in Federal census division, practices raking vital 
statiatica from Elsie Delkie. clerk in the division. 



— cr Photo. 

Big cumbersome notebook, shovm above, once used for all census- 
taking in Canada, will be eliminated for I9SI census and replaced by 
more compact card-system with data automatically tabulated by 
•lectromc machine. Lillian Green, of Federal census division, shows 
how census takefs once struggled. Division is taking trial census 
near Ottawa in preparation for big job in 1951. 



Olatlugulahed 
PlyUig Ctosaee were swarded io: 

PU. Lt Harry Brawn. SS3 Leslie 
Drive; PU Lt Robert Victor Ostler. 
633 OrmvUle Street: Pit. Lt. Victor 
Francis Painter, 



$2895 



A MstterMeco ■( BriUsli anstnM/ln| 

Mofttarft Motor Co., Ltd. 

815 View St. Phone E 5541 



] DIAMOND MERCHANTS 



1210 DOUGLAS ST. 



3860 Wyndeatt 



Crowds at Armoury 
For Kiwanians^ Auction 



n I a i ^ I e MM that it was the first ii 

Foliee Seeking 

Lone Survivor \piaiw Crash 
Of fail Break Fatal to Twi 



SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT 



The brlghtly-colared. handsomeb'- 
OlumUiated chart was spread out In 
the shewcaar 

“What la lit" asked a woman In 
the crowd. 

*T don't know.” said the man with 
her. “It says ‘Tnrltorto Trevigiano ' 
What language ui tliat?" 

“1 don't know. ' said ibe commUr- 
■lonaln! guarding the showcase. '*aod 
even If I did. I couldn't understand 
if 

TIis map, a 3»0-}'ear-old chart of 
the Italian provinces of Lombardlr. 
VeiieUs and the Gulf of Venice, wsa 
only onr of 400 Items pul on the 
block baturday night in the name 
of charity. 

KIHANIS Al’CTION 

'llie occasion was the first Vic- 
toria Kiwanla Club autlon. to ratio 
money for Kiwanis charltlea. prin- 
cipally the Junior Safety School 
Patrol. 

The map sold for a mere 83, add- 
ing to the impreaslve total of 14.300 
raised tn the five-hour sale. Hun- 
dnMs of people roamed through the 
Bay Street Armoury between the 
long tables of merebandtae for sale, 
examtolng the llcma or squeeiing 
into the crowd around the auction- 
eer's dais. 

A brand new Vau.xhall 8U auto- 
mobile, biggest Item on the Hat. went 
tor IUI36- 85 over the retail price. 



Three sucUoDeers— Art 



Roberta. 

W. H. Lund and A. J. Mayiuud— took 
turns at the microphone, keeping up 
■ steady stream of machine-gun 
ctiattcr. 



^ ALL-SEASON 

COMFORT 



KLAMATH PALl£. Oct 23 ilNS) 
— TRo duck hunters aera killed and 
a third crtUcany burned today In 
a plane orash near Tule Lake, hunt- 
ing area aouth of Klamath PaHa. 

Dead were Valmont David Kittle. 
48. of 1733 Praas Street. San Gabriel, 
CaUf„ snd the plane pilot. Claude 
Stevens. 36. of Klamath Palls. 

Kittle's wealthy brother. John 
Harvey Kittle, 34. of 144 Santa Anita 
Avenue. San Gabriel, was rushed to 
Klamath kViUs Valley Hospital with 
multiple burns. HoaplUl attendauu 
said he had a chance for recovery. 



THE POLAROID HANI 

CAMERA IS HERE! 



two desperadoes were killed, a 
deputy ^erlff critically wounded 
and two mmatea captured. 

At large and object of one of 
Arlauius's greatest mauhunU aas 
Jack Luther Tatum, believed to be 
armed with a J8 caliber sulumaUc 
pistol. 

Killed arre Edvard Corcoran. 33. 
charged with the 1948 slaying of 
his wife; and Edward McEwen. 33. 
jailed for yie murder of Charles T 



Tlif pliolMj'raiiliic prucc^N enipluvcd b\ tlii> catirfra diilercMl 
from an>lhiii>» yiai have ever known in pliotn^rapliv li iclc- 
scupes all llic developing, fi.xinj; and *»pci .iljnii.N "i' 

onlinarv jiliidugrapliy into a ^iiiKl**. UNI-'MI.M I'l'. STl-'l' tiul 
occurs aiiluiiiatically when you advance the film i'»r ilir next 
jiicturc. Ii jjMvcs yon the finished picUire. all coniplcic, even to 
the deckle cd.tic«l bonier, dry and readv lo use A MIM TI-: after 
Vijii snap the shutter. 



Arthritis 



Ncu (lonocnt rated 
PreNcripfion Found 

Arthritic and Rheumatic pain and 
mnanunatlon can strike the Joints 
in many parU of the body, and there 
sre many fonns with varying symp- 
toms 



OIL HEATER 



. -4 ^ conrentraled pre- qmjj, , 

sertpUon for external use has been besting with s Otrteman 
found to give quick relief from pain Besur — freadom from dust - 
The presciipUon Is a combination umes to dean. Just 1‘ri 
of oils which you dab on the sffecteri warmth st your fingertip, night 
parts, do nut rub ss the oils will 
penetrate the skin barriers so tJiere 
is no question of hsving to apply 
massage You can obtain the new 
prescrlpllon from your druggist, 
simply ask for 3 ou of Zul'-nim Oils 
Concentrated and if your skin be- 
comes tander. get half an ounce of 
Zulvum Otntmeni which you mar.- 
■age gently into Uic skin. In any 
case, you wUI find U helpful to use 
ihe olnlmenl once pr twice every 34 
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All) firm who can iuMl> vertily that the camera would be iised in cunjutu-lion 
with their husiness can tjualilv, Examples; Real KMalr. Insuramc, i ..n» 
Btruclioii, A«))iibter$, Government and Provinciftl Governmeni I »rpaHtiirnt-, 
and liriuj. desiring to ti.xe for proirress reports layouts, arrliilrcitm diMriiung, 
etc. When in douhl, clarirication will be authorirerl by ilo- Iii'^imi < tilicc. 



not all the gifts donated were: the group, killing McBwen. The 
In view. Promissory leUers from i watchman said that Corcoran at- 
merchants entitled bidders to half tempted to shoot him. but that the 
a ton of coal. 110 worth of Uxl'gun jammed. Blowe then killed (he 
rldee. the sharpening of two hand 'murder suspect 
saws, a motorcycle valve grind. 30 , Tatum ran into the basement, 
.uiclu of cement, a 10-pound salmon ‘ across tlie corridor and Into the 
and Urkeis to the POllce Ball. Phoenix Precinct court He sppar- 

WALf OP CflOKINQ * * 

window. 

Sideline to the auction was a Captured chi the third Unor after 
home-cooking sale, run by wives of a barrage of teur ga» bursts snd 
Klwanlans. which raised 1360. greimd^.'- were Dinrcl Mi-I>mslcl. 
j Prom 300 to 400 items of better- ftwalMng trial on foiftcry charges, 
class clothing were kept out of the land John Brltigef.. tailed for rob- 
sucUon. 11 will bt 
mage asle Tuesday 



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A 7,000-mlle motor lour ihfough 
England. Scotland, Wales. Prance, 
Italy, Bwilierland. Denmark, Hol- 
land and Belgium will serve as Ihe 
topic of Dean Dorothy Maadeley 
who will te'k lo a Victoria Exlen- 
•iou audleiHr t^oirow 'Mnndav* 
mght at the Victoria Normal School, 
starting at 8. 

Dr. M.vwdsley haa been dean of 
wouiru at the University of British 
Columbia Since 1944 Bom in Flor- 
ence. Italy, ahe subeeqiieiuly moved 
to Can-vfla where she rer-lved her 
Baliheior of Arts degtre from Mc- 
OiU. tier Masters degree from U.B.C., 
and her P)i.D. from the University 
of Chicago. 

She haa taught at High River. 
AlU.. Lethbridge. Alta . King Edward 
High School in Vancouver, and 
finally In the department of BngUab 
at U.B.C., starting as assistant pro- 
feaaor tn 1940. Prior to that time she 
had aesUted on a part-time basis 
at the university. 

Or Mawdslcy Is the author id 
■everal books arul pamphlets Her 
lecture lomotrow night, to be en- 
titled 'Idy Impreealonx of Europe. 
Summer of 1948.” will be Illustrated 
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“Men who »aw it through”; Left to right, Premier Byron Johnson— “One of the most important projects ever under- 
taken by the Government”; John Boyd, president, General Construction Co., contractors for development; John H^, 
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nCKFIELD. Sussex. Bnalukd CP). : Romans, have been unearthed by 
— Two huffe stonrs, believed to have | workmen digglne foundations for a 
been used as ammunition by the ‘ new road. 



DRAWS $40 FINE .vlnclal Pohce court Friday on a 

Ronald Johnson, Bcthune Avenue, xbane of unlawfully ’'taking*' a 
wu fined $40 and $3 costa In Pro- fawn deer. 



— a.C. Povtr CsBnlMloo PUetos Sr O«orv« K. T SiaisMn 

Section of crowd of more than 200, mostly business and Government leadera, which viewed recently-completed Ladore 
Falls Dam at John Hart power development at Campbell River Friday. Dam will raise level of Campbell Lake by 60 
feet, providing 71,000.000,000 gallons of storage to turn generators with total potential of more than 100,000 horsepower. 



Community Chest Coiitrihiitions 
Soar Past $94,700 in City 



for the formal affair 



1 — With Additional District Newt on Page 3S 1 

Kiimnuins Plan Flying Visit 
To CInh Members in Salem^ Ore. 

Twenty-eight members of the Victoria KJwanls Club 
will fly In a chartered Trans-Canada Air Lines plane Tues- 
day for Salem, Ore., where they will attend a meeting of 
fellow club members In the Oregon state capital. 

Traveling with the Kiwanians will be Hon. Leslie Eyres. 
British Columbia Minister of Trade and Industry, and 
representing Premier Byron Johnson and the Provincial 
Government. 

Among distinguished guests at the Salem dinner meet- 
ing will be the Governor of the State of Oregon, and a 
representative of the State of Washington. 

A reporter of The Dully Colonist' — 

will slso travel with the local 

“•"i Todays Question 

•n.. loci puir «u i«« ^ CUT ^ , 

at 12:46 pm., and leave Patricia I * 



Greater Victoria Community Cheat 
campaign cheerfully announced yes- 
terday that their total collections 
to date total more than $74,700 — and 
the “Red Feather" thermometer 
Jumped up another notch to 68 per 
cent 

The campaign was due (o end yes- 
terday but In view of the fact that 
many clUcens have yet to be can- 



Saturday. 

CITT BANKS HIGH 
Meanwhile, a oaUon-wlde survey 
taken recenUy showed that Victoria 
was among the top three major 
Canadian cities In Its donaUons to 
the Community Chest. 

Eric Walnwnght campaign direc- 
tor. noted yestenlay that Victoria 
WSJ well ah^ of Vancouver as far 
as percentage of coUectlons was 
concerned 



So many events arc looming up, the Police Ball, the 
Armistice Ball, countless affairs where you must look 
yoiif most charming. Malleks is ready to help you with 
a collection of dresses that is a veritable fairyland of glit- 
tering, rustling fashion. To dance . . . strapless bouffant- 
skirted gowns in velvets, satins, crepes, taffetas and lace, 
ingenue styles with fluttering stoles . . . they're alt here. 
To dine there are lovely sequin-trimmed gowns that 
bring sparkle to every occa.sion. The cocktail hour is 
met with an exciting selection of cut velvet, lace and 
other materials. They're dresses you’ll love for loveliness 
of line, romantic fabric and ao-becoming color. 



there wm every 
rejAOD to believe the campaign here 
will reach the objective before the 
closing date next week. 



City Minister 
Accepts Call 
To Vancouver 

Rev. J. R. SpUtal. paitor of tiw 
church at 2721 draham Street for 
the past two and one-half yean, 
has accepted a call to the Grand- 
view Church of the Naaarene at 



It's easy to make your choice when you cm 
use our budget plan that costs you no more. 



Mayor Percy E. George. Alderman celebrate » y«f» 

Ed WiniMM, OoL H. M. nrduhart, on *h« dliM U»J 

CoL J. B. Kldgh.m, Ueut-Ool. F.l*''”' 

;b. 8t«ph,n»>n:LlM.t.0oL C. M- L 
Wl,hto.d, M.)or E. A. 

.nd Pmton. r<d>T«nUn, ; "■ 

I * * » **'•1 attendance. I 

CAR DAMAOrn I 8ERVED-ON PRAIRIES 

A car driven by Ralph Bmele During their mlnUtry. the couple, 
1141 Caledonia Avenue, came offjhs'^* served In Alberta. Saskat- 
second best In a coUlalaa with a rock chewan and Ontario prior to coming 
wall on Elford Street yesterday ' h> the ooasL 

morning. ' \ Mr. Bplttal U dUtrlot (^mlrman 

City police reported that Smele of church schooU and has done 
was driving south on Elford Street traveling through the 

when be drove up over the west district which Is bounded by Wlo- 



A HtT •( artr party U thU snn4 iplca 
loaf cake, ic'toaly oneoftbe nanr 
tcruoaptioui cakrt yoa caa turn oat 
with Swifi'ning— iha new klad of 
fthemmng ibai makes all yoet bakiag 
qalckcr aed eaiier. Tbcre'i AO dif' 
ference lo ihe way yoa an U — but 
wbai a didervnra ia tb« roaUal 

irtcf loar CAKi 
cup Swift'aing V6 up- 
I cap browe Mgar . nuimag^ 

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m cup* (ifeed cake Soar V)c«praiiiat 
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baking powder chopped 

Meopeugea waloat* 

Crraoi qblck mlalog Swifi'olag and 
sraduaUy blend In wsar. Add rss* 
and beat welL Add one half of the 
ailtcd dry insrediemt, (hen. rnffee, 
then the rcfflaindcr of iha dry ingre- 
dieat I. t-old in the fruit and nut miitar*. 
Baha in an S-ioch square rake paa. 
lining tha bottom with hcaey waacd 
paper bake for ahow 4$ minutes in 
a moderaia oven 310*F. (Fruit and 
nuts may ba ommed if dcfirad.) 

ran — Por yaar trse eopy af my oesr 
Baitt'afnc fUeipa Book. "Cpieens at 
Cuisine." send yaur name anS aedrew 
with an* aairi'nlni boa top to. Martha 
L^n. Oept OAISI. a*in Caaadlaa 
CO. Umitatf. T«rabt« S. Ontaria. 



FOUND 

Ladr'a Wrist Watch 
Owner may hare aaaia #a 

Manllfleallon at efrica. 



INJURED IN FALL 

MUrhaal Knchtrka, $$1 ('eraae- 
rnot blreei. reerived a broken teg, 
tsjnrrd ahonidrr and poaslble eon- 
eoaalon yeaterday marnlng %t 
Mile 17 on Malahat Drive where 
be fell from bta metorrycir. 

According to Coiutable Bud 
Godfrey of the BriUah f olumbtn 
Police Highway Patrol, a car 
driven towards VIrtorla by Victor 
Bocko. 466 Bnprrier Street, waa 
tawing Kuchirka on his motor- 
eyrie. The motorcyrle spilled and 
Knehlrka waa thrown, the con- 
stable said. 

The Injured motorcyetlst was 
taken from Calwood Carnen to 
RL Joeeph’i Hospital by Constable 
Godfrey. 



Elford Stree'L Damage to the car i Columbia. 

amounted to about $200 and repairs 1 Both are naUvea of Scotland. Mrs. 
to the wail will cost about $40. Bplttal coming from Aberdeen and 
police reported. h" husband ^rom Flfethlre. Their 

a a a only son. David, la a mlrilster in the 

REUNION same church and Ls parlor at Olds. 

C. O. Bateman has been elected Alberta. ^ 

prealdent of the 114th Veterans*' 

i (Reserve) Association. | LEGION MEETING 

Tlte executive of the Esqulmolt 
vice- Legion Branch 172 will hold a meet- 
president. and Clem OQl, secretary, ing on Tuesday, October 26. at 8 

I p m. tn their hall at 622 Admirals 
Road. Arrangements have been made 
I for ertbbage on Monday night, bingo 
'on Wednesday, dancing on Friday 
lend movies on Saturday at 2 and 8 
Ip m. 



Other officers elected at a recent 
gathering are 



BURGLAR FAIIJt 

A sweet • toothed burglar failed 
Friday night In an attempt to break 
Into the F*eggy Page candy shop. 
615 Fort Street, according to city 
police. 

Cocutable Lome Shandley dis- 
covered the attempted break-ln at 
1:60 am. A rear window had been 
Jimmied and smaahed, but no entry 
gained because of Inside Irtn bars. 

P. B. Sangha, 210 Johnson Street, 
reported the theft of a $16 battery 
from a loading crane overnight 
Friday. 



h’s Procter & Gamble’s Famous "DOES EVERYTHING" Soap for Washday I 



Third minion of the group re- 
sulted In more than 100 persona 
answering the roll call. Mr. Bale- 
man addressed the reunion and 
showed slides on Internment camp 
work In Canada. • 



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MEDAL PRENENTATIONR 

A large number of prominent Vic- 
torians have signified their Inten- 
tion of etlendlng the presentation 
of stars and medals to members of 
*n»# Canadian Scottish Regiment 
fPrtncflBs kUry's) at Bay Street 
Armoury. Monday night. 

Among them are Rear Admiral 
R* D. De Wolfe, R.C.N.; Commander 
J. C. I. Edwards: Admiral M. P. 
Bogart, cocnmandlng BriUsli Colum- 
bia area; Brigadier J. M. Rocking- 
ham. emnmanding 16th Reserve In- 
fantry Brigade; former premier 
John Hart; 6qaadn>n Leader Smith, 
representing R.C.A.P.; Major A. M. 
Clarke, representing Wrek Point 
Oarrlson; Major Roes, representing 
Royal Roads Servtrs OoUege; Oak 
Bay Raers Robert A. Wootton. 



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Wit l^ils 1949 

AN INDIPBNDKNT NBW8PAPKR. THE ORGAN OP NO CLIQUE OR PARTY 

VictorU Own«d ao4 OpOTit*d 

Tlic Coioaltt Prietinf and PubUthinc Company Limittd LiabtHty 
1111 Bread Straat, vlctorti, B.C. 

MMm fu«wi mr mtf aarmr. *l »ar Matb »r »aA ■niuh t»»tr« a«a aaartaaK Caatlaaat. N a« faa# if a«au 
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•L'NDAT OCTOBER U, INI 



This Nation Does Not Want Filth 



W HATEVER may be the legal and 
technical dlfflcultlea InTolved. If one 
can judge aright Canadlana are tn 
no mood to stand for the continued flood 
of obacenlty and moronic filth which Is 
being put out under thinly dUgulaed means 
for sale on open newsstands of the country. 
Canada had a sickening of that sort of non- 
sense during the war, and tlie position Is 
little if any better today. If the existing 
section In the Criminal Code aimed at 
olocking the misuse of the printing press 
In this manner Is not doing that, it will be 
up to Parliament to redraft a section thdt 
will. One thing Is very clear, public pro- 
test against the extreme form of *‘crtme- 
comics " and sexy blurbs Is justified and 
must be considered. 

To concede some of the difficulties is not 
to weaken the case, but to recognize facts 



that will have to be faced. CensorslUp is a 
very dangerous cure In any form, no matter 
how well-founded Its excuse. It Is hard to 
draw any line, and to say that those who 
are on one side of It are within the law, and 
on the other side of It not. Even there, 
however, Intent Is the real test. If publlcar 
lions habitually trade In filth there must 
be some way of bringing them to time. On 
the legal side the matter Is no leas com- 
plicated, and there are pitfalls for any 
language which can be suggested by way of 
amendment to the Criminal Code. 

Notwithstanding that. Canadian homes 
do not have to put up with this flood of ob- 
jectionable and perversive literature, of a 
type which has not one valid reason fpr Us 
existence. It is welcome news from the 
Minister of Justice that the Dominion Oor- 
ernment Is taking this matter seriously. 
Parliament can find a remedy If It looks. 



Taxes Pfiy If i//i Hatter 

D etailed sUtements presented to That c( 
Parliament show that the Canadian * 



taxpayers have had to make good a 
loss of about $860,000 on butler Imported by 
the Dominion Government from oversew 
last Winter. In this case It was the users of 
butler who were subsidized, and not 'the 
producers, and no doubt It will be argued 
by those responsible for the policy that the 
loes was a small price to pay for assurance 
Dial householders would not go short at a 
time when home production was insuf- 
ficient to supply the market. 

The point to be remembered, however, Is 
that there would have been no need for 
Canada to Import any butter last Winter If 
the Government, which liad the statutory 
power to do lo, had lifted the ban from mar- 
garine Instead of incurring the delay of 
reference to the courts. 



That costly experience with imports is 
only one aspect of Ottawa's muddled Inter- 
ference in butler markets. In an effort to 
bolster the Canadian butter Industry, the 
Government contracted earlier this year to 
buy up all surplus production at a fixed 
price of 88 cents a pound, for release 
through normal channels later at whatever 
prices the whole.salers will be prepared to 
pay. 

It has been estimated that these pur- 
chases will run to about $35,000,000 this 
year, and It appears more than likely that 
the Government will have to unload at 
bargain prices. In that event houMholdera 
stand some chance of benefiting, provided 
retail prices are pushed down; but any sav- 
ing that may result becomes meaningless 
when It la realized that the Government’s 
losses on the transactions will be met out 
of taxes by the same people. 



It Takes Time for Folklore to Evolve 



P erhaps it is a mistake to expect that 
national songs, like any other branch 
of national folklore, should spring 
spontaneously from the soli. In the older 
.■letUed lands of Europe, for Instance, na- 
tive songs are the result of centuries of liv- 
ing, the expression of age-old character 
tstics. They do not come into being over- 
night 

Bv comparison Canada Is still a pioneer- 
ing land. Many of Its people were nurtured 
In the ways and culture of other and older 
countries, and have brought these habits 
of mind to this country with them. It will 
take time for new characteristics to settle 
Into folklore and song. Into parallel native 
verse redolent of the Canadian landscape 
or of some specific locale. 

A Montreal speaker has deplored the lack 



of regional native songs, aud there Is no 
doubt Canada will be the happier once 
these come Into being. Tliey will give ex- 
pression to a Canadian consciousness not 
yet fully matured but nevertheless steadily 
growing. In the realm of folklore time has 
its own contribution to make, however, and 
It is unlikely it can be hurried. The old 
French-Canadian songs arc an Indication 
of what can be accomplished. 

There Is no harm In trying to aid the 
process, though, and the suggestion that 
place names and parks throughout the Do- 
minion might well provide the theme of 
such songs, contains some merit. All that 
is needed is for songwriters and the like to 
take the hint and go to work. If the results 
of their creations are sufficiently catching, 
Canadian regional folklore might benefit. 



Letters and Excerpts 

!• lAt HHor •« Aaf af »•*•••• tf •*« kfiW. 

f«lr A* Umm allt h* t* vAal* a* la aart, aaaaat a*ar tA« »««a«r attaiari* aa4 a44raaa al tAa 

*Tltaf. Ca»a|latia4 aavraaraa^aaaa «*a»at la r»l«rM»4. 



NEW Bl H PARES 

Sir,— I suppoM most of lu are by this time 
prepared to bow to the Inevitable with as good a 
grace as we can muster for the occasion, and to 
tcetpl the addition of 40 cents on the weekly 

pass 

1 would suggest, however, one little oruinb 
of comfort might be doted out to the sufferers. 

The weekly pass holds no rights beyond the 
three and a half mile Umlt. For example, I 
occasionally take a journey to a point along 
the Wilkinson Road. To the holder of an ordin- 
ary ticket a further stun of 9 renU gives the 
right to the -extra journey. The holder of a pass 
ticket possesses no right whatever, and has to 
pay for an ordinary ticket In addition to the 
exceu. I fail altogether to see the logic or the 
justice. 

r. V. C. 8BIUBANT 
630 Battery Street. Victoria, BC. 

ATOHIO WEAPONS 

Sir.— We are all ytry much afraid of what U 
termed Communism and certain of our leaders 
are preparing and determined to fight, lo order, 
as they think, to preserve our preeeot way of life. 
Now they and we should know that an atomic war 
wxiuld not preserve, rather would It destroy 
completely fbr the terrible death toll. deetrucUon 
and reetUUng misery would be so world-wide 
that those left alive would be forced to dwell 
and work together oolleoUvely lo order to pre- 
serve their existence In a devastated world. It 
is hypoerlUeai and useless for us to claim that 
we deetre peace when w« are buldlng up a 
splrU of hatred and also creaUng the machinery 
of war on a terrible eoale luch as this old world 
has never before seen, and we as profeeetd 
ChJisUans should know that we reap only what 
we eow. We are sowing jitavUy to the wind, 
how oan we hope to escape thg terrible whlrl- 
wthdf Let us consider this matter seriously be- 
fore It Is too late. Do we want to see here more 
tAiTlhle things than what happened in Hlro- 
shlmat Ood forbid 

CYLDB rRAAER 

700 Unkieas Avenue. Oak Bay. BC. 

BOSPITAUZATION 

Blr,--As boepltal fees are now due for IMO, I 
thtok It aboot Ume the public should get some 
assurance that this most important social serv- 
ice win be placed on a workable basis. 

When we were advised through Ihe prese that 
IsftalaUon would be passed to make It eornpuJ- 
sry I was strongly In favor of this measure, 
afltr eonsidering It was the only way to get our 
ovi of the red. AHIioafh not tn a por- 



tion to support this added cost to our living ex- 
penses we tightened our belle and did our best 
lo co-operate. After this hae been in force for 
one year we art told that the fee would have to 
be railed. 

Now the cat Is out of the bag and the public 
now knows there are 60,000 elilxene who have 
failed to comply. So It's a case of the willing 
horse to pull the whole load. 

Now If those In charge of administering the 
act are afraid to enforce same, there will be more 
defaulters and regardless of the extra cost to 
those who are paying their dues the act will 
rapidly become unworkable. 

No doubt there are many clUseni who are 
quite unable to cairy this burden, and they 
should be exempt, but to aeeutne there are 
•0,006 tn thle category is ridiculous. If this sllp^ 
shod method of administering this most essen- 
tial social service continues for another year X 
shall certainly refuse to support same until ws 
are assured of bospllallxatlon If and when re- 
quired. 

D. H. CHIVERB. 

Mllnes Landing F.O., B.C. 

The Fiitiir« 

A uMindtrtr is man from hit birth. 

Hr a>os horn in a thip 

On thr brow of the niwr of Time: 

Rnmmtng with tvonder and /op 
He tpreadt out hit arms fo the tight. 

Riiyfs hit gaze on the banht of the ttream 

At uihat he tet't is, so hact hit thoughlt been. 

Whether he u/aket 

Where the enoivy mountainout pate. 

Echoing the tcreamt of the eaglet. 

Hemt tn itt gorget the bed 

Of the rHW'born elear flowtng ttream. 

Whether he firtt ten light 

Where the river tn gleaming nngt 

Siuggithly tvtndt through the plain: 

Whether in eound of the ujattounng eaa^ 

At it the uforld on the bankx, 

$0 19 the miftd of the man . . . 

— Matthfw Arnold. 

Knowledge without conscience ta but the ruin 
of the eoul RABELAI8. 

Content ts the true philosopher’s stooe. 

- PROVERB. 




**Put the ketUe on. Mother— Ded't brought home some gentlemen to diecuet the election date." 

Thinking Aloud James Bay Jottings . . . 



LweSM Dell? asercM 



* . . . ef BhMS— and ehlpe— end eeallnr 
was— of Mbbesra end kinft.* 

fly TOM TAYLOR 

A REA86URINO Judgment came 
from Boston last week, ons that 
should cause you to relax with relief, 
to wit: That you v« not as 

you feel but as your birthday pro- 
claims. And not your next birthday, 
mark you, even If you arc on the eve 
of It, but your last one. That la to 
say, you may be 39 years, 11 months 
and 29 days of age. but you are never- 
theless Just 39. 

Having practised this philosophy 
for some Ume, lurrepUtlously. you 
may now revel in the sancUly that 
absolves you from deceit, pronounced 
as It Is by no less an authorltf than 
the Attorncf-Oeneral of Massachu- 
setts. 

This profound legal luUug should 
also clarify some other aspects of 
your daUy Ufe. If. for example, you 
set foot on the bottom rung of a 
ladder— intent on clearing the eaves 
of unwelcome leaves, perhaps— you are 
on the first rung untU your foot ac- 
tually comes In contact with the sec- 
ond rung. Even If It wiggles In mid- 
air, In the interim and at your 
peril. It SUU belongs to the first rung, 
StmUarly, If you leave the comer of 
Flsgard and Government Btreets 
with the Intention of proceeding to 
Hillside and Cook, you are not at tne 
latter >>101 until you actually arrive 
there. It Is Important to remember 
that, legally, you are sUIl at the 
former. 

■ I hope Insurance companies are 
properly impressed with this far- 
reaching Judgment. 

* ♦ * 

A reassuring utterance flowed from 
4 rmy headquarters In Ottawa last 
week, ene that may not be fully appre- 
ciated but which nevertheless Ulus- 
trates the solicitude brass hats have 
for the feeimp of ex-servicemen, to 
wU; That veterans of the World War 
might have had to wait longer for 
their medals. 

This Information should be a great 
oomforl to ex-troopers of all varieties 
who have mistakenly assumed they 
lived In the twentieth century and 
that military matters were geared lo 
the tempo of their own age. Their 
perspective should be righted by the 
knowledge that their predecessors of 
eighty years ago, the veterans of the 
Fenian Raids and of the Red River 
ExpedlUon, did not get their medils 
until 26 years after they had laid down 
their arms. 

I hope someoj^e writes a letter to 
LL-Col. H. M. Jackson. MR.E.. ED., 
director of war service records, who 
has Issued this UluiRlnatlng reminder, 
saying to him sucrincUy and vrlth em- 
phasis -"00 what?" 

. a * * 

A reassuring demonstratiun look 
place In Montreal Last week, one that 
should caxise posterity to reflect with 
accuracy on this helter-skelter age. 
lo wit: Tlial there may be more things 
in comer stones than dusty old papers. 
In lU own way this is as shattering 
a precedent as the legal ruling from 
Boston, tradition having long stan- 
dardised the Items that are deposited 
with due ceremony tn such hiding 
places 

The occasion was the Initial stage 
of the erection of a new boye' club 
building. The blg-wlgi were there 
and the customary newspapers and 
explanatory documents were produced 
for deposit tn mortar. Also among 
the witnesses was a lt-year*old boy, 
and it was he who provided the 
departure from elated custom; It 
was the contents of his pockets that 
enriched the eomeritone to omisual 
degree. 

Among the Iteme dropped solemnly 
Into the hollow etone were a dime, 
several toppers, a roll of string, a 
pocket knife, a rubber band, and a 
battered but much treasured cap 
Crtstol. Wliereupon wrote The M.mt- 
raal OaMtte: "Should the day ever 
come In the far-off future when the 
eomeretone le opened, no articles 
oould convey to tnrestlgators of an- 
other generation a more genuine, 
first-hand and eloquent Insight into 
the customs and fancier of 1949 clvf]- 
isation. junior grade." 

I hope whan next a new TJ4.CA. 
biilidlng is esectsd here that Ihe con- 
tents of a feminine purse are not 
overlooked. Thle would Indeed give 
posterity something to ponder over. 



Today’s Answer 

(Queetioo on Page $f 

Jupiter. It Is larger ,than all the 
planels eomMned 



By FRED McNEIL 

W HEN Is a man drunk? This ques- 
tion has aroused a lot of Inter- 
est In Victoria recently In cases of 
drunken driving. Some people seem 
to want U) answer the question by oon- 
duotlng blood tesU with or without 
the oonsent of an accused person. 

Thle would require amendment to 
the Criminal Code, As the law stands 
such teeU oan only be taken with toe 
consent of the accused, and, of course, 
If a man is aware of his rights, he 
doesn’t often give permission. For a 
doctor to Uke a test without permis- 
sion renders him liable to a charge of 
technical assault. 

There have been many attempts to 
change the law In the last decade or 
so. They have all failed. 

ACtorney-Oeneral Gordon B. Wlismer 
eaye any mas on iLe street can veU 
whether a man le drunk or not U U 
the duly of a maglatrate to gather 
common sense observations from ordi- 
nary cltlsens and from the police and 
render a common sense decision. If 
there Is some doubt about It. the ac- 
cused person Is entitled to the bene- 
fit of the doubt. 

The lawyers say It ts tlifficuU to get 
convictions. It is supposed to be. 
Drunken driving Is a deadly serious* 
charge. Under British Justice a man 
is presumed Innocent unless tlte faeU 
against him are beyai\d all reasonable 
measure of doubt. 

What the lawyers are after, of 
eourse, Is evidence that can be consid- 
ered irrefutable. A doctor does a blood 
test. He reports that the test, taken In 
the jail cell where the accused Is help- 
less. shows a man Is drunk. The ac- 
cused is convicted before he arrives In 
court 

Justice la taken out of the hands of 
the open court and placed In the 
hands of an expert. The basic ptui- 
clple of law according to common 
sense and common observation In lost. 

That's how some look on the Idea of 
blood teats anyway. 

* * * 

There Is likely to be another out- 
burst of eiitlclsm of the Oovemment's 



forest management policy at the 
Spring eeeslon of the Legislature. Op- 
ponents of the scheme feel forestry 
officials are trying lo make oppoalUon 
to the scheme Into opposition to for- 
est conservation generally. 

The huge licence granted to Cana- 
dian Weetern Lumber Company at 
Campbell River may be used aa an ex- 
ample on which to fight management 
licences themselves In principle The 
case from the point of view of the op- 
ponenU U that Canadian Western, as 
an example, was granted a huge block 
of Umber In perpetoUX ^ 

claimed, gives the company a great 
advantage in going to the money mar- 
kets to obtain funds for the much- 
tooted pulp mlU which Is to be buUt 
at Duncan Bay. 

It Is being suggested that Canadian 
Western have nut been able lo r.Use 
the needed money even utider this %d- 
vantage and will not be able to ilart 
construction under the period pre- 
scribed by the licence. 

If Canadian Western le granted an 
extension of time there will be an 
uproar Opponents of the marage- 
menl licence will Insist that tnis 
amounts lo Government conniving in 
a huge free grant of Umber to bv de- 
veloped If as and when a oompaiiy 
feels It le profitable to do so- and 
what le a sorer point stiU. keeping alt 
other people out of the area tn the 
Interim. 

* * * 

Premier Johnson has been under- 
standably closed-mouthed on all the 
Alaska railway talk from Washington. 
It would not be dlpIomaUcally discreet 
lo pooh-pooh the Idea that the Uniud 
Blalee might some day soon go ahead 
with the railway. 

But reporters who tried to get the 
Premier to talk caught the impression 
that he regards the Benale and House 
re.solutlons on the Alaska line as llUie 
more than showing polite Interest for 
the benefit of the folks In the Pacific 
Northwest states - Senator Magnu- 
son't way of showing Uie folks at home 
he's pulling for them 



Observation 

Car Byo. B 



i T SHALL not cah you a Uar. but 
1 the informaUoo you have just 
given me eontalne facte different 
from any at preeent In use," a eehol- 
arly cuetomer told BUi. the Broad 
Btreet barber. afUr U\e knight of the 
ehears had expounded on the dollar 
alluatlon in England "It eaye tn 
this magaxlne that the average life 
of a paper dollar ti only aeven to 
eight months," Barber Ben remarked 
to the boas "1 do not recaU ever hav- 
ing any paper dollars die tn my 
hands ” the boss replied . . No- 
body seems to know why the prices 
of many articles stay so high,** a 
friend said to Tobacconist Martin. 
Tdany prlee* stay up wlihouv any 
visible means of support," Martin 
answered . . From the KeaUng 

Squire; "Not even an Increase In the 
prioe of gasoline will reduce the 
enormous number of Victoria motor- 
IsU who are always going nowhere 
too fast" . . Television sets for auto- 
mobiles are on sale In England A 
long drive In a car with the equip- 
ment would bear too great a resem- 
blance to staying al home . . . Some 
nalloru which believe Britain should 
stand on her own feel Uilnk nothing 
of trying lo step on Uie toes of the 
BriUaii . . . Chinese Communists are 
reported to have captured a Tibetan 
lama known as "Buddha of the Bound- 
less Light.*' They may try to switch him 
off . . . Most men are capable of 
bringing home the bacon, but some 
wives seem lo want ruait turkey . . . 
Excessive paint Is regarded as a fire 
haxard on walls, and a social error 
on women . From The Telegram, 
Toronto; "An editor wonders why a 
small motorcycle makes more nol*e 
than a large truck. Largs trucks are 
not produced for sale to exhlbltlonisle'* 
... If a man studied dlligenUv all 
his life, and lived to be lOO. he would 
probably know almost 10 per cent as 
much aa be (bought he knew at 21. 



Great Explorer’s Last Haven . . . For Sale 

. (By JUDITH ROBINSON, in Fort Erie *nmes-Revlcwi 



T he picture la an English paper 
Is of a small tile-roofed house 
with eomforlable chimney stacks, its 
wlde-sst windows opening cm a Uttle 
garden behind a picket fence. The cut- 
lines Identify the picture as that of 
"Oltn Cottaige, River Lane, Peters- 
ham, Surrey, where Captalh Van- 
couver lived": add that K is to be 
■old at auction in London later this 
year. In one of the rooms overlook- 
ing the little garden, fighting death 
for time to finish his work, he spent 
the last years of his life . . writing. 
In one of the rooms he died, the 
narrative of his great discoveries still 
unfinished. 

He had been a boy of faurieen, 
Midshipman George Vancouver, when 
he set off under Captain James Cook 



in His Majesty's discovery ship Ad- 
venture to hunt for lost oooUoeoU 
In the Pacific. He was seventeen when 
the Adventure came home again to 
Plymouth, after a voyage which 
covered twenty thousand leagues of 
ocean and mapped for the first time 
the main outlines of the lands of ILe 
Southern Hemisphere. Less than a 
year later, a youUi of eighteen, he set 
out for the Pacific again, still with 
Ctptaln Cook as his commander. It 
was Cook's last voyage. 

There was an Interval of fighting 
tn the French wars — he served under 
Rodney In the West Indies, and und^r 
Gardner. Then, in 179], Uilrty-lb’’ce 
years old and captain of his own 
ship, George Vancouver sailed away 
from Falmouth for the Cape of Good 
Hope and the Pactfle. * 




tfktfrm 

hi 

jgpard mtD dMitoltttf 



From Kiltf of The Daily Brfuyli 
ColoftUt for October, 1662 



M rs. Grundy was on the prowl. 

and this was her lucky day. 
The old lady and three of her semnu 
uncovered a disgusting scandal. The 
Dally British Colonist reported. 

"On Saturday last, one of the young 
women brought by the *rynemouth 
vras detected standing by the fence 
which fiurrounds the Marine Barracks 
engaged in an animated conversa- 
tion wlUi a jrourtg man on the ouUidt 
of the eneloeure. 

"The melancholy discovery was 
made by two clergymen and d naval 
officer— who. for the purpose of mak- 
ing 'asitirance doebty sure,' crawled 
behind a water-butt, with necks out- 
stretched to their utmost length — 
eyes stsxtlng from their sockets with 
expressions of eager expectancy— hsu 
off— and their bald heads glistening 
beneath the fierce rays of the sun- - 
all for the sake of morality.* 

*rhe young man spotted a bald bead 
around the corner of the barrel, and 
flung a Mt of banter 
'The three dlsUngulahed heads 
srere Immediately withdrawn, like 
turlUs at Um approach of danger, 
end the three dlsttngnlshed bodies to 



which they were attached — aided by 
three pairs of distinguished legs — 
whipped around the comer of the 
building and disappeared . . . 

"What will become of a yot^ng lady 
who exhibits such extreme depravity 
wt do not dare to think, much leas 
write. But we ask where. In VUrto^'Ui. 
is the parent or guardian who would 
allow a marriafeabte daughter or ward 
to converse with that moat dangerous 
of idi anlmals -a young man— even 
If a board fence five feet high sep- 
arated her from eontaet with said 
young man?" 

To prevent a repetition of the 
horrible affair. ITie Colonist suggeatsd 
that a file of the oldest and ugliest 
marines be placed on guard over wic 
women. 

A previous ship, the Beaman's Bride, 
bad sailed from Aostralla with 30 girls 
bound for Vancouver Island altara 

They reached Ban Francisco, and 
found such s welcome there that they 
came no farther. The ship became 
the target of lawaults, and damsree 
were eo^leoted, but that «*as small 
consolation to the laland bccnelors 
who had to keep on darning their own 
■ocks 



He WU to spend nearly five years 
there, continuing the work Cook had 
left unfinished, exploring and map- 
ping first the Pacific islands and then 
the western oantlneulaj cout of 
America, from California north to 
Alaska He wu the first to circum- 
navigate Vancouver Island and map 
its shores. 

Ckptain Vancouver came home to 
England al lut, by way of Cape 
Horn and Saint Helena, and retired 
on a navy captain’s half pay. He was 
already dying, but he kept alive for 
three years more, spending the lut 
of his strength to write the record of 
his discoveries for the use and benefit 
of hts fellow-countrymen His work 
unflnUhert. he died In Glen Cottage, 
Petersham, st the age of forty. 

Bcientlsts are said to have discov- 
ered a vitamin that hu no apparent 
effect whatever on the human system. 
Its appearance In drug stores may bv 
expected eoon 

ewe 

U sbeold be oe eurprU# to anysM 
that Mr. Abbott*# re«abMltted badges 
eonUin# no personal tas edla. Aftev 
all, th« eleetioo# ar# over. 

e e e 

NMdfina: *t?lab heart Hat trpert." On 
«'Xa( mbfeeff 

e e e 

Id Boeton a poaUnan hu Just been 
bitten by a dog for the first Uma. 
Blnoe U wu his own dug that bit him, 
it is to be assumed that hs will sus- 
pend delivery of his mall until U>e 
eauae of complaint is reiMOved 

* * w 

HAVE A WORM? 

*Ih the Old poser. "Whst's worse tbaa 
finding s worm tn an apple?' the sUn- 
pie answer, of coutm. wu ‘ Plndtoif 
half a worm lo an apple " But Ui# 
experience wasn*t ao grim, after all - 
not if wt are to believe a unlverilty 
entomologist who hu just advised: 
"DooT worry about the bugs you may 
eat in frails or salads They're often 
nourishing * insects, the entomolo- 
giat assures us. "add earbnhydra'eo, 
tats, protein end nitrogen to your diet" 
— But. he adds, they aren’t reliable m 
a source of vitamins. 

• SsSfMt (VtfMUl# ■wsit. 



f 



V 



t 




r READ ^ 

Canada’s 

Blueprint 

Against 

Depression 



trstefol Oammunl«t to «| began arreeUng CommunUt teadan 
superior. There Pleck talked hii In 1 B 33 He wm an aaalstaot, then 



Olhr Datlti CHolontrt 5 

S«a4ay, October 23, IMS 



Supply Ship Only Link With Outside World 



Froiil Man for Most 
Plans ''Red Nazism 



Western leaden aa 



'Red NaAsm,* 
and the tbeme U) effect la "Uxlaj, 
Tomorrow a 



a United Oennany 
Communist World.** 



Plock Is wiaytiu a. dangerous 
fame, but he has V>x»c U before— 
and when he .did not have Sofiei 
bayonets, or an atomic bomb, to 
back him 

On a gloomy night, January 16, 
1816, Pleck literally had his back to 
the wall In the Berlin Eden Hotel. 
He also was looking down a gtm 
barrel. 

CAPTl^RED 

Pleck, a member of the Spartl* 
clsto. or Communlats, had been cap- 
tured along with Karl Uebknecht 
and Roea Luxembourg, after launch- 
ing an unsucceesfut and bloody 
street fight to try to overthrow 
Piiedrtch Ebert's Social Democratic 
Oovemment 

In an adjoining room Pleck could 
hear police, troops and Free Oorpa 
men beating his comrades, lieb- 
knecht and Rma Luxembourg were 
nearly dead when dragged from tbs 
hotel. 



i harge 4rri«unls Inviteti 



Then they were shot and 
thrown Into the Landwehr Canal 

Now it was Pleck’i turn to die. 

‘'TUm your face to the waU.” 
ordered the Ueutcnant, who, un- 
known to Pleck, had Just killed his 
two oomradea 

Pleck refused siyl began talking 
fast. **X have Important evidence,** 
he shouted. "*Take me to your cmn- 
tnander. I have very important 
endsnce.** 

Fleck's executioner wavcersd, led 



—Cf FboM. 

This acenic pboto, taken during recant cruise of Rupertslsnd, Hudson's Bsy Company supply ship, 
shows gas ^ums b«ng unloaded at Coral Harbor on far-oorthem Southampton laland. Ruparta- 
land ia the only link with ootaida world for many of these placet. Oa trip, Oovernmaot and Church 
oHIciaia Irrchiduig Archdeacon Donald Marsh of Church of England hi Canada, who took photo. 

inspected many communltica 



waya cm Moscow's aide— when the 
war ended and they began wooing 
former Naxla to Join them against 
the West ^ 

VNITT APPEAL 
Moscow's front man even osurles 
a elevcrly propagandised nickname. 
He Is called **Papa UnRy.' an appeal 
to the Oertnan yearning for an In- 
tact state. 

Fleck Is 73 yean old, whlta-haJred 
and rotund, but be Is not short of 
wind at this advanced age. Rla bull 
neck and his history belle bis ap- 
pearance of an easy-going Oennan 
grandpa. 



NEW LOW 
PRICE 

ON COMPLETE 



New Tension 
Follows Char 



our eUuic opart ... to 

ba worn round ths dock • , » 
from mom till night . . . 

asquiaitely detailed, handtomely 
•tyled . . . 

in aoft, soft sued# • . » 
of eourge, all colors can ba 

matchad exactly in an IngWdaw 
handbag. 



S«er«t ff/M 

your Mpp 



BOURNE, Llncolnahlre. England 
CP). — Haconby Hall still bouses the 
JackbooU worn by Oen. Flynn, aide- 
de-camp to Oliver CromwelL 



will be retied. 

WorstAad today Is an all-but-for- 
gotlan cluster of bouses (pt^ulaUoo 
700) around a magnlAoent 14th- 
century church. The church and 
two of the old weavers* cottages art 
all that mnatn of the spectacular 
past. 

Village Schoolmaster Henry Wright 
hit on the Idea of reintroducing 
worsted weaving. 

**Two months ago I took a course 
at the London School of Weaving,** 
he aald 



NOVEMMR 

Coronet 



protest with the State Department. 



Mo<]el -D 1.- 12.704 

4e Atrsetiv* (Mtuiv vf UUi >v*«U aw-roMs baou !• tu throssb *>«» situ tw 
mrWM UTMbQUr MBWDlSSM DMlfOM fW UffW l»«S. •trvlftl* ttBM 
vtth lar(« •ladovt, mS MU bSMiBMt 

®*s W Balll r>S«* K U.A— !>••• M% •• a»»t«val Laaa 

t'BSar V N* l>«v« Fayweat Ba^atraS 

M«aU All Bavvlrewnla aS CNr a»S MaaldaaJ BaaWlaUaaa 



**Tbe pedal part came 
easily, as I'm also the chur^ organ- 
ist. but ths reel is Intricate. 1 shall 
start the children on hand-looms. 

BOl'ND FOR UB. 

The btg loom Is being preeented 
by the International Wool Secre- 
tarial. and the first length of cloth 
ts rarmarked for the United States. 
Ws are now searching for the old 
coat of arms to stamp on it.** 
Outside the school, weaving Is 
;also returning to the vtUage as a 
I ccanmerdal proposition. An old 
I cottage has been bought by a Tork- 
I shire weaver who will tbortly bring 
I his looms south to ths orlglnai 
: borne of his craft. 

"Worsted cloth ts today la the 
van of our dollar export trade,** a 
Board of Trade ofBelal aald. *Tk 
would be a fine thing for tbs trade 
jtf Wonrtead got gotne again.” 



Oddities 



vet JOSNSON ST. 



WALSENBURO, Colo., Oek 23 
(IMS).— An elderly Walsenburg. 
Oolo., woman evidently believes in 
helping the unfortunate, but this 
time her well-lnlentloned aid was 
not needed. 

Yasterday five red capped, heavily 
bearded bunterc were walking to a 
Walsenburg eafe when the woman 
ftopped them. 

She vralked up to one of them, 
holding her small coin pumt In her 
hand. 

"Ton poor man," ahs aald. "hare's 
fifty e«Bta for you. I Juet beard one 
af you say you only had one buck 
between you.” 

OORNINO, N.T, OeC H 
ORy Judge rharles IL Otthler 
desaat waate say time wbea H 



Visit 

Diggon’s 

New 

Store 



nats sweeping the Country 

tB ear new lerfe book ceMruseiu. yoa'Il AnS 
Um UUee ebeat wbieS r*rve bears ee weeb 
OtMM ta US brtrvee arwoS 



Be leek the beneh yesterday 
dreeeed la a red bwatbif Jaehst 
sad bat. sped Ihrevsh the day*s 
ealendar hi shert erder and get 
hack eat ta the field. 



DtCKKUnaif Beeweel felth. 

bet Seobt It whet evu 
yee ta eSwret'<**'_^^^^w 



WINNIPEO, Oct. 33 CF). -w *ihr 
Church of England In Canada an- 
nouncad today that aelectloo of a 
bUhop for the Arctic dioceee has 
been deferred until next April. 

The announcement came after 
two days of ciooed meetings at 
which ft bad been expected a suc- 
ceaaor would be appointed to BUhop 
Archibald tAng Fleming, fid. 

l^e famous "Flying Bishop" — 
Ailrltual head of probably the 



/ OHXOAOO, Oet 33 0Pi ~Un. 
Marian Anderson, IS. testified yes- 
terday that her husband laft home s 
year ago to vlilt his mother and 
hasn't been back yet. 

She asked a divorce. Judge Julius 
Miner said he would grant tt on 
grounds of cruelty. 

Mrs. Anderson waived alimony but 
asked for the right to resume her 
maiden name. 

The Judge aald that would be an 
right. 

"And what vras your maiden 
name?" be asked 

"Anderson." she replied. 



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with $350 worth of furniture pads and 
other time-saving equipment, plus the 
services of two qualfied men to pack 
and move your belongings. These fea- 
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moothly or rrinJ monthly larrup. 

Paintinp Briphteas Ijfc In Hospiul w 

- - A Court, off Hocklaod Arvnue, R« hM boon fuiot oolotet on tbc 

_ ^ botwoon Mooa Btroot and Llndoo Chapel Chltnoo profran ow CFAO, 

|ATenuc I Calgary, for the paot throe yean 



Licence Banned 
For One Year 

j MagUtraU A. L Tbocnae In Pm- 
j Tlnrlal PoUee court Friday Impoord 
a one>ye«r driver^ Hconco ruepeO’ 
jelon on a taUor who pleaded guilty 
'to a hlt-and'Tun charge. 

'nil eallnr le Alexander Durfy. 

; R AC C.A. Athebaekan. who Ant 
pleaded not guilty to the chargo 
laid after an accident October 15 
at Oolwood. PleadlDg guilty Pn- 
day, he also war ftned |to and gS 
coeu. 

On a charge of haring no drlvor'e 
licence the aallor wma fined 15 and 
13 ooeU. 



New Concert Master Hits Lack 
Of Rounded Musical Education 

— THE ENTERTAINMENT WORLD ^ — 



Princess Pats 
To Hold Dance 

The Prinoeoe PaLOcla'i Canadian 
Aoeociatlon wUl 



TO PUBENT RECITAL 

Jamae Lamond. tenor, azul plan* 
,let lAonlca Engle, both of Calgary, 
win preeeni a Joint ledtal tJO pjn. 
Friday In the baUroom of the Win- 
dermere RuUl, epnnaored by the 
Vtctorta Branch of the Canadian 
PedcratlMi of llude Teachere' Ae* 
oeelatlona. 

Mr. l^mond bar won eeveral 
Alberta Mudeal FeeUeal awarde, 
together with the Lodge Plano 
Houee Trophy, the Albcru Muelcal 
FMtlral AeMcUUoQ Bcholanhlp and 



By U. W. MttNOALL 
Tlicre’s more to being a muelclan 
Ihati playing an tnetrument ex- 
pertly 

Bui CanadlanA, 



■maUer plaoee euffcr purpose of the art therapy now 
being ''aiTled on at the lioepltals 
; U provided \rf Dr. P. O. R Oamer, 
medical aupcrlntendent of the Vlc> 
i tniia unit of the T. B. control 
Dlvlekm. 

I lu value hinges on the fact that 
the beak treatninu for tuberculoels 
is stlU bsd rMt. according to Dr. 
earner 

I Ht$T PROLONGED 

I rest Is "usuelly prolonged and 

one unntlsfactory feature U that 
! the durattc^ of treatment Is in* 

‘ definite.. 

*'In addiUoo, other protalems arise. 

I such as broken homes, Anaoclal 
problems and the poeslbUlty of hav* 

I tng been the source of Infection 
' to others. 

*^us. It U no: surprising to And 
that perwns under treatment And 
it difficult to be at rmt. 

"Painting has been found by many 
patients to be.^an excellent method 
of overeoming the problem. 

*Tn addition to providing e person 
with something definite with which 
to occupy hla mind, many have 
found that putting colors on canvas 
has acted aa an escape for pent- 
up emotiflc.** 



Ught Infantry 
sponsor a dance In the Bay BGeel 
Armoury on Saturday, October 30. 
at I SO pjn. It was announced 
yesterday. 

Ticket# ean be obtained at the 
door or from the preeldeat, Oenrge 
Harrison; secirlary. Oeoige Rum* 
eton or treasurer. Jack Cook. 



whole. tuaUy preferable for the develop- 
tend to ovcrl'X>k the fact, according musical talent since then 

•to Jsscha Oslpefln. newly appointed fewer distractions.’* 
doncert master of the Victoria Bjmi* Ur. Galperin Is former dlrecUM 
phony Orchestra. jof the Calgary Conservatory ol 

-Here, people come to learn vio- f<wmer conductor of the Cal- 

lln or learn pUno, and that's aJl.- ^'^y Symphony and thi 

he said oiigUnator of two youth orchestras 

Mr OMl^rru, the m»r. Youth Symph^ M.d 

roupdrd typ. « mutlPM rtuctUu. ''•""“'V Voulh Symphony, 
that Eurc^>ean students reeeivc.’ MANYP POftTN 

-Which inrtudes theory, arrange- eddlUon to hk new post as 
menr eompnattlnn snd inslrumenta- roncert master here, he contlnuee 
, to eooduci the Vancouver Youth 

TllE.N RPEriALIZB I Symphony and the New Westmln- 

-Afier that, If they show special 'ster Symphony, give private musk 
talent, they speclallM.* lesacms in Vancouver, act as head 

The main reason for the Cana- B^tish ColumWm Institute 

dlan-D6. emphasis on ■performers" Music and Drama's string de* 
rather than "muslclarM.- according ^ Vancouver, and play 

to Mr Galperin. Is thst governments ^ string groups over CBR. 
still aren't paying the attention to' ^rn In Odessa. Russia, which he 
the erts that has been displayed by . bge of nine, Mr. Oal- 

Eumpean governments for the past * musical apprentleeahlp In- 
to years or more. | eluded several years as violinist 

He cited the Lelpilg Coneervetory Buchanwt Symphony pr- 
of Music In Germany, where, he''^^*®'" Oeorge EnMko, top- 

spenl 13 years on his own muskal Romanian vloUalA, oom* 

education, as an outstanding ex- conductor, now to New 

ample of a State-aided muikj^®^' 

Bchoot. I Re came to Vancouver fnun Oat- 

CONTLYUED EDL'CATION fW ycin ago. 

He elso recalled that, while a stu- of the reasons: lYisre was 

dent at Letp«g, he was able to con- * C3.0. eutlon to Vancouver. 

“r “‘1!!!““'^^'*'’ nothing OOMXIECI.U. | 

cation as wvU as his musical itudks 

at the conservatory. I o' Oalperlnl^ 

-And this wm 35 years ar> ^ ‘‘ 

- I should not go to for oommerclal 

feeing their children’s musical edu-l ^ ehouJdnt eompetc with the 
cation as preparaUon for surdom ' ^ 

rather than as training for a Oalperln admitted that he 

muslclan-or as simply a part of,®”“P°*** “ “ conducU and 

their general education. I declined to be 

In short, -music Is sUU a luxury «l«crlbed as » composer, 
here- ' Instead, he prefers to be called 

Mr Oalperln beUevee that es- • musician, 
tabllshment of 03.0. stations in, "Whan I coenpose. T alwajs sound! 
Canada's smaller ettW. such as like somebody else.- he said. < 

Victoria. Calgary and Saskatoon. "A composer must have original ; 
would have s beneAcia] effect on Ideas." 

Canadian music In general j "I dont.- he concluded eheerfully. ! 

DRAIN'S SMALL CITIES * * * 

Present looaiton of the main CNCSI'AL EXIIiniT I 

St Mont-' Paintings by patients at the two'« 
real. Tbronto. Winnipeg and Van- hospitals comprising the Victoria 
oouver U draining the smaller cities rubereulnsis Dnlt-th* Jubilee Pa- « 
of promising young musicians, h* vlUon and 8t. Jotoph'i VUU~w«l be i 
••*** I exhibited this week commencing < 

It's only natural when they have Tusaday at the VktorU Arte CenUe r 
the chance to be heard over a na- Gallery. 523 Broughton Btroet. < 

Uonal Delwork. a navehiUnrleAl evnlanAtinn #rf th* 



-4releaUt Pb««e 

Paintif^ adds color to hospital life for Henry Ooerc. patient at 8t 
Joaeph's VUla Art therapy Is now carried on at both hospitals of 
Vlctoris Tuberculosis Unit. Begun as cxperimeni by Mra Joyce 
SwanneU to 1041. it U first of its kind to be conducted to Western 
Canada. Paintings snd handicraft by patients will he on dieplsy 
this week at Victoria Arts Centre Gslery. 



MOUN in iMg 

7^ experiment was begun here 
to May. 1041. by Mrs Joyce Swan- 
neU. 

So far, the only funds available 
fievt been donations from the Ftor-' 
iSooe Nightingale Chapter of the 
I.OD3. of 55 a month. | 

- Wallpaper, on the back of which! 
most of the watercolors have br«n ' 
painted, has been donated. I 

' Other euppliea, especially i»i| 
brushes and oU colors, are termed I 
j‘*a problem.- 

Picture study is encouraged and' 
has been assisted by the loan of‘ 
prints. 

The exhibition will be opened by 
Dr. D. M. BaiUle and Mrs. Bwannell will be* 
5 pm. Tuesday at the gallery. Otbe 



WtetinghouM Toaitert . , » 

Gleaming chrome in popular 
styiee, from 



Spite of Rlmself- and -An Inspect- 
or Calli." 

SEASON SL’BSCMimONS 
Season subscriptions cost 15 and 
entitle holders to read for the pleya. 

The group, which bad 360 mtm- 
ben laat year, is anxious to inarease 
Its present membarihJp. 

Also under wxy are plans for for- 



Wtstmghouee 

ROASTER OVEN 

CDofcs a complfle oven dinner . . 
Nfw Low Jin 

Price 49.70 



Weetinghoust Auto- 
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Toasts, fries, grills 
and warms. Beauti- 
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May. ars: a Christmas plsy and 
tableaux In aid of the X^testant 
month until and toeludlng next 
Children's Orphanage; "The Mar' 
(lulse": three one-set plays. The 
Importance of Being Smtst.” “Par- 
Away Princess,- and “King or 
Knave;- Tlebecca.- "A Doctor In 



It't Podd’i You May Needl 

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ielavB fat aiMt «a* Dodtra KtAw j PilU. 
Aw SR-rMT-aM faiwdian rMwdr- IfwItTi 
KkWr PiUt ewrkly and uklr hak r*at*r« 
TMT kidrwyi t* normai aMwa haw f*li*T* 
^karh* and Aiat ''lH« 4 -aA-th*.|im*‘’ 
hwlntf to treatint Ate kidMrv. Aal anr 
dnagfiai laa DathFa Kt<lnef Plla, tank fat 
riw Mtw baa vMi fha rad bsad, <$4 



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Ph«na I melra 3411 



Doddk Kidn«Y Pills 



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WIRE GROWERS ASSOCIATION 
OF SOUTH AFRICA 



o;hr fiatlH (Eolonist 7 Afternoon Boot to Seattlel 



First Part of Seawall Rep 



Prom inpu t A rvheologisl 
Will Speak in Victoria 

Cotumble in 1W5 



5»iej. OcloW 23. IMf 



Sailing Evmry Day at 4tOO p. m 



Dr. Homer A. Tbotupeoiv uu« of 
Um worid'i must dUUnfUiehed erch- 
eeoiogleu. will give e pubUc lecture 
la VictorU, October 38. Hie eub)ect 
wlU be “Excevetlone in the Agure 
of Aadent Athene, Cunipe'e Flrit 
ClTic Centre," 

Dr. Tliunipeon It e profeaeor In 
Um Inetltule for Advanced Study 
et Princeton Unlverrity. He to etoo 
heed of Uie Priaceton School for 
Humentotk: Btudtoe. 

Me wee an honors graduate to 
elastics from University of British 



He wUl receive 
an honorary degree from the uni- 
versity this month. 

lltJAL HPONHORhHiP 
llM! lecture will be given Ir^ Room 
iO at Vtctorta College, aiul to spun* 
college and the 



On New Apartment 

Constnictlon to expected to start 
next week cm a tlK.000 apartment 
biUidlng at the InteraecUoo of Van- 
and Meares StreeU for Dr. 
B. E. Knapp. 

General contractors are Whlteell 
Construction Oo. Ltd.. Vancouver. 

Wade A SiockdlU of 



sored 

Ciaaalcs Society of Canada. 

Dr. Thompson haa for years been 
director of exravatlons In the 
Athenian agora lor llie American 
School of Classical Studies. 

Hls address will be an account 
of hto work In the agurs, the market 
or assembly place, and will be !(• 
lust rated with rtldea. 

He will oulUna the history of Uie 
excavations and will describe the 
architectural setting, the law 
courts, the library, and various 
sspecls of public Ufa In snclent 



oouver 



and Blrley, 

Victoria . will superrtoe the work 
The site has been cleared for sev- 



eral mouths. 



TURN 
YOUR 
OLD GOLD 
INTO CASH 



PrankeustolA to a U>wn of some 
10,000 Inhabllanls In Prussia. 



rrai ot.i> OOLO ssiori 
M«« tMSIeS •« tin 0 ««slM 



■CslOttWt RMi« 

Workmen on Dalles Rosd seswsU repsir job are shown in piemre ebovc as they dig down to bed rock 
on which foundation for new cofferdam will be laid. Operations are carried out behind protective wall 
which holds back sea. Kepsirt to wall are being made by 0. H. Wheaton Company, who have rw- 
portedy completed half the work they contracted to do Ute last Summer 



At last, a Caet-cuttlDg chain 
mw that one saaa can oes all day 
without ovar-workiBg' 'nve new 
McCulloch wetghe Im than 20 
pounda, yet develops a full 3 hp. 

And look at these feeturss to 



(^lub Calendar 

MONDAY ~ Oyro Club luncheon, 
Empress BoieL 13:15 pjn. 
TUESDAY— Klwanto Club luncheon. 
Empren BoteL 13:iS pm.: Vic- 
toria Electric Ohib luncheon, 
Btratbeona Hotel. 13:15 pm 
THtTRSDAY— Rotary Club lunch- 
eon. Empress Botcl, 13:15 pm; 
OpUmtot Club luncheon, Loug- 
heed’s Banquef Club, 13:15 pm: 
Oak Bay Klwanto Club dinner. 
Oak Bay IBeach Hotel. 6:15 pm.: 
Toastmatery (No. 36) Club din- 
ner. Strathcona Botet 5:45 pm.: 
Cosmopolitan Club dinner, Club 
Blrocco, 6:30 pm 

luncheon. 



evuveo, rnain 

magweto a*d kickprooi recoil 
•tartar for aaey starting, optional 
cholns for any type of wom, and 
McCulloeh gaaollne engine that 
aperatsB at any angle. 

Taka tha work out of wood- 
eutthig with s McCulloch 5-25. 

a AAODiis;jj;^ 
AVAILABLI le'bew ww 

SH A OeAtONSTIUnON TOOAT 



Owners of 

LEIGH -BUILT HOMES 



are 



EUDAY — Lions Club 
Empress Hotel, 13:15 pm. 



Wc will gladly give prospective 
home builders a list of hundreds 
of Leigh-Built Homes that they 
may inspect. We suggest you 
“Ask the man who owns one/* 
or ask the lady who runs one 
as to the satisfaction that comes 
from living in a T,eigh - Built 
Home. 



Qasdrs and Pandora B2U1 



5 GOOD 
REASONS 

for listening 
to I^igh 



Jim McKeachle, piember of Ths 
{Dally Times editorial stafT, will 
speak to ths Oyro Club this week 
and will tell of a rocent trip taken 
this city to the Mackerude 



from 

River aboard the converted landing 
craft Yellowknife Expeditor. 

Members of the Klwanto Club will 
hear Victor Leigh, building con- 
tractor, who wlU speak on "Europe, 
1M9." 

The OpUmtot Club will hear J. J. 
Tlnunto, headmaster at University 
School, who will speak on edturatlon 
phases of current times. 

*rhe Toastmasters fNo. S8) Club 
will bold a "Rbostmasters" program 
this week. Mgln Kptakfr will be 
Nell T. Drewry. 

R. P. Oadsby, western reglnnal 
public relations officer for ’XYans- 
Canada Airlines, will be guest 
speaker at the Lions Chib. Hto sub- 



avsstor Isrs* SU« Csrt *aS Siskll SnfSUto Csn SculppvS WlUt Dwl Ceatrol 
School Operstes f A-M. to 15 P M. 



WATSON’S DRIVING SCHOOL 



I. Preliminsry skeichet and 
cstimsie of cost sappUed 
without obligation. 



tOCATVO AT Kt’Pta RSBVtrS STATION 
aUlNsaABD JOHNSON 



REGISTER NOW 



2. Complete professional and 
thoroughly practical plans 
•nd working blueprints 
supplied. 



roi MTNtCirAL VOTIBS’ LIST OW CITT Of VtCTOBiA 

rOB rUBBSNT TSAH IS4S-ISSS 

wua Uw «ae«eUoa ftf «««na*S *'HoOMh»ltf*rT' vhoM BMtMi asPMrtS M iMt 
jMr s Vowrr List snS vIm s*ra »«M SoiX Be^ Tm «»S TaU Tm Uito j—t. snS 
wiUi tha aeraptlwi aJ eMUArS **tJctnssn'' «boa« nasiM aeixarsd tm t*at ytar* LM, 
sO "KauMheMars” ssS ‘'UeaMtaa” alaAIof la ha*a tbsu namta plaraS aa tha Vla- 
Wrla M«niats*l Votara' Uai far tha a«ftaei jaar 1B4S-M nut flta tha etraatarv 
Daclaratlaa vlUi tha Cltj OarX. City HaO. Wj nVH a'alocX sn.. m MDirpAT. tha 

lift Say ar ocToan. 1SSS 

M r awnTK 

city mart. 

aiy Hall. VtatsHa. 

SUi Oetobar, tS4S. 



Wc have built four -room cot- 
tages End’20-room mansions and 
any tradesman who has worked 
on a Leigh-Built Home will tell 
you that a Iveigh-Built Home la 
a Well-Built Home. It costs no 
more — often less — to OWN A 
LEIGH-BUILT HOME, 



Cplontot rbata 

Picture above Mhows closely-joined wooden wall behind which 
concrete for seawall cofferdam will be poured. Temporary frame 
•t right extending over water was especially constructed •• f\om 
from which big pU# driver could be operated. Half necessary repairs 
•rs being mads to seawall this year. It is expected that contract for 
remainder of work will be next year. 



J. Building completely f- 
nanced at lowest possible 
rates through our own 
office. 



foreign languarge broedeast eor- 
raspoodenta to Btuart W. Ortffllhs. 
31-year-old supervtoor of the CB.O.’s 
European eervice. 

The C£.C. broadcaaU regularly ' 
to Csecho-Slovakla. Oermany, The 
Netherlands, Norway, Denmark. 
Sweden. Austria. l^Un America. , 
Prance and Italy and to considering 
additional slavle language servlcee. 
poesibly Yugoelavlaa tint, Mr. Orif- 
flths said. 

The C3.0. supervtoor to looking 
for naUvee of these countries now 
reeidlng In the B.C. region "who 
can speak their own language well 
and ooenpoee regional reports." 

The CB.C. to helping Canada de- 
velop ctilturally and, at the same 
time, lx building up tha country's 
name abroad. Mr. arlffiths said. 

It had been oeceesary, In order 
to tell Europeane about Canada, to 
find representative Canadian musk 
and literature. 

This In turn stimulated Canadian 
writers and musicians. 

Mr. nrlfflthe has been InspecUng 
the corporation's Vancouver facili- 
ties. 



C.B.C. Official 
Visits Victoria | 
On Inspection 

In Victoria oo hto first visit to the 
West Coast and on the lookout for 



4. Every detail of cooslruc- 
Hon under personal super* 
vision of Ur. V. L. I<eigh. 



S. Compicic uniricatioa of 
the whole Job— «o divided 
responsibility — no misun- 
derstinding — ' no disap- 
pointments. 



V. L. LEIGH 

723 FORT ST. E 7- 



To Give I-«rrlurr 



Let us show you hate ymi, foo, can 
A LEIGH-BUILT HOME^^ 



o- CAvr 

■»OAo srm 
VfCToWA 

1-S933 



rCARLCHfi Bl’CK 
OIJCNBORO, Man. «T).— A four- 
point antlered deer near here ap- 
parently has 00 fear of farmer Er- 
win Campbell. He's a regutor visi- 
tor at the watering trough end salt 
block In Campbell's farmyard. 



DR. JAMF.H KNDICOTT 
-Chairman of National Peace 
Council, win five public lecture 
based on China at Crystal Garden 
lower ballroom IlmrsdaT at 6 p.m. 
Program to being sponsored by 
Victoria Peace Council, headed by 
Mrs. A. E. Pease. Dr. BndleoU 
same Urns ago accurately predicted 
•ucfoss of the Communis forces 
In China. Por 33 years he served 
ax mtoslonary and teacher tn 
China. In fatter years be becams 
one of Oeneraltoalmo Chlang Kai- 
shek's most severe critics. He has 
been writing and speaking on 
Chinese struggle since returning 
to Canada, and to editor of Cana- 
dian Psr Eastern Newsletter. 



The tickets in the new 
Mc&Mc store say, 



wkea GAINiS ptirUlfi VLllf 
of yoir dof !" 

Kaep tkax "puppy selrh* hi yew deg I 
f—a C skaes — aewtoh even I Caluii 

ts kfHivUesHtl ^ bfeleglrsny pveved !• he 
rnmiritimmMny emmpUtm. 

Sovwe you monwy wvwry fawdliif 
A I4h. heg nekes 16 te 13 Iha el reedyte set 
feed — roftx leas le feed then ewy ether l/p a 

lawy to fpwdl^lui a 4 z wfch wAm fseys 
milk ee grevy). Feg V«4etV'-lry CAINu 
KRtTNCBON, whkh ts CeMes Meef te ssptei Md 
Mie u suc hy Mte s t ee peBe l a 

Why OAINH eoffs Aw ywwr dof 

Cerh peond veetekes — P v sie f m as la 1\4 !ha T 
he«f| uei tehydie r ei IH fla see h sd em* ~> 

smbIi few as M 1 ea. hMleri mhiweh ee la 1% / 

Hmwmi Area es ts % Ih. beM Brer. 



For Quick Service You May Take Your 
Seiection to the Cash Desk* 



That suits me I’m a 
girl in a hurry.” 



This adTertisereent It not pub* 
iithed Of displayed by the 
I.,t(]tior Control Board or by 
the Govemtnent of British 
Columbia. 



1400 Block Government Street 









3a* iraoetfi* g’^Ber'«c»a 




rmsMoSHRUBs 

FOR FAIL PIANTINC 






i SCOTT'S 
It EMULSION 



UMr* thouJd be do major delay 
la troctUui of *Ur> hrid|t •pane 



Frills, Cutaway Coats Feature Folk Danees 



1 OtIoAar U. jM> flaUg (floUmUl 



bOnTLKIl Alta urt^>Ot] fletd* 



Id the dUtrlot are helping thU ell 



malnui fUvera on the route 
However, the Departsiem may 
decide to keep traffic off the road 
after the bridges are buUt untU 
curfactng te completed next Spring. 



New Road Strip 
Next Summer 



Uf«. founded In l»u«, to grow. 
Though tU populaUoii te etlil only 
3.000. about one-quarter of thoee ar- 
rived tn the last three years. 



Second Coastal Ship 
To Sail for Greece 



OoneUuctloo of a new strip of 
Highway between Kokallah 
and Ladysmith wtU be completed 
by next Summer, reporu indicated 
yeeterday 

Bouthem eecUon of the highway 
will be completed by the end of 
this year, according to J Boyd, 
chleg of Oenerml ConetnxrilQn Oo 
Ltd 

He eald he believed the northern 
section being built by Campbell- 

finished 



MARINE NEWS 



\ Now ie the time to choose your 

ehrubs for Fall pUntin(. 

See Our Large Selection of Shrubs end Trees et the 

OAKUNDS NURSERY 

Estebllshed 1M3 

15W Hillside R E. SNIDER E 



The second veteran C.P.R. coastal steamer, bought some 
time ago by Greek shipping Interests, will leave this port 
early thu week for Piraeus, Greece. 

site Is the 8e. Aegeoo— formerly Greece will be huletod 
Rrlneess Alice. At . brlaf oerecnony ahlp 
to be held Lhia alwniooo at the At the Greek port the will Join 
Outer Wharf plant of Victoria Ma- the former Prlivceas Adelaide, which 
ohlnery Depot Oo. Ltd-, the flag of left liere some time ago after being 
AT - B‘*de eeawoithy by VJdD. wort- 

. men. 

Bpyru Typaldui. partner of Uie 
~ ' M Oreek shipping firm' which pur- 
I ♦ ^ * chased the two coastal craft, plans 

wUhlo a short 



over 



Bennett Lid. would 
about the same time 

Works Minister B C. Caraon said 



vUiUng HoDolulu 
Urns to purchase another veaael -a 
IS-year-oid United Butes paaeen- 
gcr-eargo vessel. 

Nkw MAUTKH 

When the Be Aegeon leaves this 
port for Greece the wUl be under 
the OTiCnmand of Oapt. GcrasUnue 
Hanas, who has held his master's 
ticket for the past 48 years. It will 
be bis first commaiul of a paasen- 



Glrls la frills and ruffles, boys in cutawsy coats, the Cheyenne Mountain Dancers pose here as they 
prepare to begin one of the many folk-dances in their repertoire. They will appear hwe October 29. 
tn a pubic exhibition at the Victoria Lawn Tennia Club's new badminton building. 



EYES- BEAUTIFUL 



ger skip— his previous cnee be'lng 
freighters. 

Both former CPR. ships are to 
undergo extensive chaiigee in 
Oreere, wUh close to tSOO.OOO bemg 
spent on each vessel. "You would 
not know the ships If you could see 
them after they are through with 
them In Greece." remarked Mr. 
Typaldus In a recent interview. 



Mrainiag ie see, squinting, exposure le glare — these are some 
•r the eausm of wrlnklee amund the eyes. Relieve ike Mueee 
and the eyes may eniieh the persenaMty by bringing relaia- 
tloe te the wkeW faee. It Is wtee te see yewr Optometrist 
regulsrty a 



Pbysleul 



The lufecUoue rhythms of folk Aaeoclatloo for Health, 
tuhee, the gey costumes of the old Education and Reerwatton. 

The group has drawn rava reviews 



West, and tha tntrlcmbe patterns of . _ . 

the square danee will greet Tie- from erttloe across the United State* 
torians when the Cheyenne Moun- ^nd Canada. They have danced at 
talp Dancera appear here October It. » doaen unlveralUaa and ooUegee. 

The danoera— 10 teen-agers who. and at feeUvale In Portland and 
have mastered the tricky dance Washington. D.C. 
rouUnes Grandpa used to stumble ^helr program Includes the Lanc- 
through-wlll present e two-hour ^ ^ quadrUle. thel 

show Id the Victoria Lawn Tennis Mainly Varaouviamm. the heel-snd-^ 
Club's new badminton building. to*.pQU^, ihe old Mexican MalUn- 
under the auspice* of the Vancou-' ^ schottleche 

ver Island atctlon of the Canadian I . — 

glAME.S riNBD 
Seamen Brian Roberts and John 
R. Randall— both Involved In strike 



CTT TRAVEL TIME 
Increaaed operational effklency 
aboard the Black Ball yviry Llnek 
streamlined ferry Chinook has re- 



OPTOMETRIST 



suited tn half an hour being chopped 



off time required to uavel between 
this city and Beattie. 

George PauUn, local agent for ilia 
vessel 



E6062 



n08 DOUGLAS STREET 



line, reports the vessel — wtilch 
leaves here dally at 4 pm. for the 
Puget Sound port — now rracliee 
BsetU* et 9 pm The Chinook, on 
that trip, calls at Port Townsend 
eo route. 

TTw vessel rdkves Seattle al 11 46 
pm. dally, and after calling at Port 
Angeles en route, arrives here at 8 
the following morning. A itmllar 
I cut In travel time on this trip could 
I be made. Mr. Paulin said, but 11 
, would result In the ship arriving 
her* toe early In the morning. 

Last Thursday the ferry was 
booked by the United States Cham- 
ber of Commerce executive aecre- 
larlea' organlutlon for a one-day 
visit In this city. A number of other 
organlsatione and convenllone have 
mads similar bookings for the ship 
for the remainder of this month 
and November. 



Can't beat this 2-way 



Graham Steed 
To (.oiiducl 
Choral Union 

Graham Bleed organist at CbrUf 
Church Cathedral. wlU be conductor 
of the Victoria Choral Union for 
the 1649-60 season, it was announced 



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mil tmr long hialury we have specialized 
111 nitjNing. making every phase ol ii our 
hnsinesH. We have the eiiuipnient. the 
trainetl men and the experience to move 
your luHisrlioltl gootls across the' city t»r 
across the contincnl. You’re in gttoil hands 



1. When you owr-todulge. er «at •nmrtbtng Ibst 
d>«»gf«v* — takv two fo tour Uhi«pi^oohJ* of 
pblllipt' Milk nf M*gn<‘«ui with watex, et bedUtn*. 
Youll Bwakc to real rvlirf from constipsOw. 

2* Phillip*' reli«ve*«lf»rp-fobbtng»y*nptora*<rf acid 
IndigCTtion whk-b *o frequently *eeo»np*ny •lug* 
gtdinew. As an acid stomarh elkaliM, Phillip*' » 
oeiaof the mrt*t eWeertw kne»wn. 



LlIi Van Service to 
Vancouver three timti 
weekly. Pool cam to 
Eastern pointa on 
re|pi1ar achedulw 



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aClIOON'LK IN TEOt flLf: ' 9 W. < 

Troublci bvwt the 6^ Baruata ^ 

Olaon. lumber schoortvr. again w*- . 

lerday as cflorta w^rc made to right M ;t ei|b^ 

the craft after much of lU deck & # 

load had been epIUed Into Go>ja 

Bay. ‘ ^ 

ThA ahlp became stuck In the mud 
and listed along Central Dork as a 
result of a minus tide Ihe liioomlng 

tide was expected to right the rrafi. s 

iDslaad. the Ust reached 56 de- 

Cederlof ordered 
chains cut to fr*e the port side deck 
load. Thousands of board 
lumber splUed Into Uie bay, and the 

Barbara righted, then Usied to stjir- .,-.«•»* *i 

board, spilling more lumber Into the 
bay and onto the dork. »1 Uie grroip * 

Longshoremen were kept baiy Dr Richard P^Uoi 
clearing away lumber au that the president of the tmloi 
schooner oould be moved to the vice-president, and 1 
Coos Bay Lumber Company dork* Is secTefary-treasiirer. 
for further loading KXEt tTIVF rf>; 

The d*kar was the Uilrd of Ute of the e 

Earlier In the week, the *4 ■ h 



ffrtf mifttam 

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CMOCE 9UU or 

VnAJgM9 A B B A 01 

Dogi iov* TID BITE, sad yo*H 
b* turnrl**d at rb« tmfKnvemmr 
la ib«/ rwnditlna alter ■ •bort 
period of tMt ritamtn parked dea 
•en peed it rigulsriy' 

AT DRUG. QROCtRY AND fET STORES 



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HOT 

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ere music 



Fall weather makra coffee 
doubly rnjoyahlf and when 
Pacific Milk ia.added you'll find 
even R.ealer taste pleasttre. 
Be sure and keep Pacific Milk 
on hand in your kitchen 



voyage 

ahlp was bar-bound several days at 
Bandon. then hald up agaUt at Cooa 
Bay while workers fished a lumber 
starker out of the water It had 
plunged fratn the dock thto the 
ship's berth. 

ITte Barbara was to have eaUed 
for Oallfomia Friday night 






PACIFIC MILK 






Tha Plsherlee Department at 
Ottawa yeeterday banived the killing 
of seals in Arctic water* except as 
food for Eskimos 
The ban applies to Ungava. Hud- 
Bon and James Bay* and to Uir 
territory north of 60 degree* latitude 
—the northern boundary of the four 
Western Province* 

Reeldcnla— person* who have re- 
sided oontlnuously In the area for 
a year may klU seals for foot tn 
thnae areas ficlenttfle researcher* 
; may also klU them 

The r«gulaUona. the department 
said, do not affect sealing operations 
outside the northern area, nich ai 
' thoM off Osnada*x East Coast or in 
the Bering flea. 



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Professional Men Turn Laborer 
In Co-operative House-Building 



GLARK80N, Ont, Oet. M Cf).— 
Nine profeMioiuU office employeaa 
turn manual worken two evenlnc* 
• wnk. and every week-end. to build 
tbelr own hornet at an eatlmatad 
aavins of 160.000. Tba money mved 
rtprcM'nta about 60 per oazit of the 
oOtt of each houte. 

The men. amployect of a large oU 
<o>iipany 16 mliet t(om Tk>ronlu, 
have given up goU and other paa- 
Umra to build their hornet on a co- 
operative maney-Mving baalt. Ottan 
their wives and children s4xompany 
them to help with lighter Uaka 
The scheme waa orlglnaiad latl^ 
Marrh by C. I CampbeU. an elec- 

Snmil-Toim 

Brifffuh 

Tiff Hi l*nnini'P 

CDSON, Alla . Oct 122 <CF). — Led 
by one of the youngetl Are chiefs 
tn the country. Edaon'a volunteer 
lire department la causing quite a 
iilr amurtg Alberta ftre 8ghtei> 

One of the reasons Is that JO* 
vear-old Chief Don Rlggan and 
hl« la men beUeve that vlgUance 
It the price of Are safety e^en In 
the amallett town. 

The department has competed 
against Art department*, some of 
them full-time paid brlgadea. In 
many mnaller towns and larger 
centre* such as Lethbridge. Red 
Deer. Calgary and Edmonton. In 
Calgary, they defeated all comer* 
tn tba pfovlnelal ho*e-laylng con- 
test recently, laying 300 feet of 
base tn 13 4-6 aeromii 
Their proAflennf Unt Ju*l a mat- 
ter of working at hoae-laylng In 
preparation for such competitions. 
RerertUy tha.v held a safety drill 
at Bdson't twaptlaf evacuating 
walking patients within !• seconds 
of U>e alarm and having bed-ridden 
patients ready to leave by a Are 
chute In the same time. 

Chief Rlggan says contlnuad vlg- 
Uanct and weekly practlra* are lha 
secrets of' the department's suo- 
eeaa. 



meal angliicer with the oU firm He 
was to disgusted with trying to find 
a home that ha decided to take 
matters Into his own hands 
eight of his fellow workers did . 
not hesitate to pool their spare lime 
Into the scheme Hliey are Aeoount- 
ant Jack ftunnaUs. who takes care : 
of rinanoea with advice from Ev 
Flaming, a tax expert; Oarth Mac - 1 
Donald, a lawyer, who helped get | 
expensive technicalities completed at 
minimum cost; Bill Chalmers and 
Harold Eastwood. arrhltertural , 
draftsmen, who provided expert ad- 
vice on planning; Don Jannaway 
and Uoyd Johnson, chemlcsl engi- 
ncerff; snd Don Smith, mechanlral 
engineer 

They drew up a legal contract 
Mndlng each man to do his full 
share One of the terms was that 
each should work 16 hours a week 
on the housea They agreed on Wed- 
nesday and Thursday evenings and 
week-and 

NTBTKMATU JOB 
A record la kept of the number of 
Ihoura each mao works, and in turn' 
^he la entitled to the same amount 
of work from the other eight wheni 
working on his own house 

'We decided that each one sliould 
be responsible for his own financ- 
ing." explains Campbell. ‘*In addl-' 
,tlon. each choosos his own bouse 
plans and his own building site." 

However, purchase of materials la 
earned out on a op-oparative baxla, 
often rcsuHlDC Ih * discount when 
large quanUes art ordored. 

RunnaUa believes that the system 
works "amaxingly weU." Be said 
jllow and diffleuR Jobs such as lay- 
ing founds ttona **re complated in 
short order because *it doesn't gtt > 
wo Urasoma mhm a gang wwkx 
together.'* 

Work such as plumbing, plsster- 
ing. winng or bnck-laying for. 
chimneys has bean 1«R for skilled 
tradesmen Although each man hires 
the skilled help he needs, said Run- 
nalls. ‘‘we usually hire tha same man 
to do our work.” , 

All It takas, they say, la oareful 
ptSuiilrtg, hard work and enthusiasm 
, But. of oourse, th* profaaalotAl 
training of each man has done much 
I to help the group on lU way. { 



Menace of Hoppen 
Again Next Year 

S ASKATOON. Oct. 23 Cf) - 
A survey of adult graas- 
hoppers during July and Aug- 
ust indicated that Saskatche- 
wan farmers will face almost 
as sever a grasshopper menace 
in 1660 se they did this year. 
H W. Moore, co-ordlnator for 
grasshopper research In West- 
ern Canada, said raconUy The 
general situation In the prov- 
ince wilt not change much, he 
said 

A count of adult grasabup- 
pan conducted by men from 
the Federal Eniocnologlcal 
Laboratory and an estimate 
based on eggs normally laid, 
mdlealod that the grasshopper 
altuatloQ could be expected to 
be slightly lass In the west- 
i^entral area and Increased In 
the southeast. 



Marksmen 
Awarded 
Expert Shield 



Alberta l)o^ Famous 
As Goodwill Envoy 



MOSTJth.M. Oct 23 <f>.— The 
ruonet of 20 Canadians who have 
qualifled for the Dominion Marks- 
men Expert Shield, highest national 
award of 23-callbre sportlng-rtBe 
•hooters, have been announced by 
the headquarters of the Dominion 
Marksmen orgmntaailaa. 

Only a few of the country's rtda- 
shooUng enthuslasU are succesMul ; 
each year In winning the award. 
They must post neiu^-perfect sooras 
In tba prone, alttlng or kneeling. ^ 
and standing poalUons. 

The winners and thatr scores out^ 
of a pruwibla g.OOO; 

British Columbia: Mrs. I. L.j 

Hewson. ChlUlwark. 6Ml Harry 
Hannah. Chilliwack. 6jn6; Sgt. P. 6. 
Brown. Kimberley. 5J31; Rupert F. 
Soule. Victoria, 6.918. 

- - • [ 

JU6T LIKE NOAH | 

ST JOHN'S. NBd. SCf)— Noah't| 
Ark wasn't around this Bummer. 
Nevertheless, a team of lyderal 
•ooloftsts vtalled Newfoundland and 
counted the new pmvlnce'a animals. 



SEND FRESH MEAT 
TO BRITAIN 



j OTTAWA. Oct. 33 CF>.— Some of 
Canada's foremost wtldhjs experts 
are working to ensure bountiful . 
catchat for hardy Northland trap- 
pers. 

Making extensive use of aircraft 
: to tnersasa the scope of their in- 
veetif atlons. the wlkUUe sclanUaU 

officially burdened with the 
tongue-twtsUng title of mammalug- 
tsta~are oollecUng data on most 
of th«.wb)fed and four-legged deni- 
.sens of. ths game-rich Northwest 
Terrtiorias. 

The invastlgstions have ranged 
over almoat the entire Northland 
region from the northern aecUona 
of the four West!fcm Provinces north 
to the Arellc coastline. Means of 
Increasing muskrat and beaver have 
received special aCtentlon, while 
' other inveatlgatlims ronoemad new 
waterfoarl sanctuaries, caribou herds 
and numerous fur-bearing anlmsds. 

MAT B^OST WELL BEING 

The findings of the msuumal«)glsts 
may have an important bearing oo 
I the weU-batng of a large sectioo 
of ths Indian, Eskimo and white 
I p«)pulatlons of the Northwest Tw- 
^ riunies who depend on trapping 
. and hunting for both food and 
I livelihood. 

I Tha degree of success attained by 
itha scientists, working under the 



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dlrecuuo of the Dominion Wtldtlfe 
Service Division of the Department ' 
of Mines and Reeuurcss, probably 
will not be known for some Um*. 
Lengtliy reports wUI have to be ocmi- 
pUed and rorelatcd. In the long 
run. the final succeaa wUl be meas- 
ured by the extent of increase hi 
: Northland game 

COLLECT DAIto 
Imporiani data conramlng the 
muskrat populatlOQ in the Mac- 
' kenxle delta area Is being cuUeoted 
by W. E. atevcos. resident mam- 
malogist of the Dominion Wildlife 



Service with bsadquarten at Akla- 
vlk. In lbs southern half of the 
Mackenxlc district, W A. U Puller , 
Is carrying out slmtlar investlgsUoos ' 
from hlB Pert Bmith headquarters. 

A student mammaloglst. Cecil Law 
I Is making a similar survey on muak- 
rats in the dalu of the Slavs River. 

I This year he supervised the trans-' 

I planting of Uva beaver from the 
Prince Albert National Park tn Bae- 
! kaichewan to Wood Buffalo Park. ^ 

J. Dewey Soper, who repreaants i 
the Dominion Wildlife Service Inj 
Alberta and the Territories, usedj 



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VouW Missing/ 



THIS EASY WAY 

COUTT8. Alu.. Oct 23 CP). — them with custom ofllclali before juig— iwitoffniHni iMcaB 
There's one feUow at this point of giving them a barking s«idon, ^yewfrtw«6*islrifiiiaoMfl«sII^ 
the border between Canada and the eiackle's understanding of train ^ gy farf ds«» 

United SUtea who CToaaea the inter- „,ovemenU. ratlroad signals and „ir|„,BMss-|safoele#d 

nau*mal boundary several limes a whUUaa la uncanny. Once he Uy on . fr«h iit ^ Lin 

day without need of passport or im- . tracks in front of an oncoming 
migration vtaa. .witch engine Tha loeomouvr 

The lucky Individual is a dug .topped-as Blsckle intended -and 
which has two names, tao hornea uw engineer saw he could not shun ^ "• ** 

and one love. The animal Is dubbed cars on that particular track flOVISiONEI $4.t9 

‘•Bud” in the Coutu home of Mrs because It was occupied by another j ^ 



Betty Oeruen and "Blackle” in the trsln. 
Montana home of Waldo Moberty. t.a«» 



1 lb. Tap erode CUBE STEAK 



Monuna home of Waldo Moberty. ust Autumn. Moberly. thinking ' '7 ,-* » ni inwAur 

UK. custom, broker at sweet Grass, he had found a good home for 
Blackie's one love Is meeting ' Blackle. gave him to a Sweet Grass * 
trains, whether It’s the Great Nor- district rancher. But keeping sheep fries Indodei oU chergei— pwthosmg, pork 
them beaded Into Canada or the n, une proved to be dull srork to dafftaf end wcwi^lsiKilly 0 “WO)iissd 
Canadian Pactric mlUng Into thsiBiackie compared to his Inter- Mvwy Is yew rsdfisM hi Irltsla. Tssr sr- 
United Btaic.v And for tha la.1 two, national duties. gw h>doy will dorl ilMpmanf anmsdlolsly- 

year*— day after day. fain, shine or| g^eral weeks after his departure, v»^ <• 

bUnTd. al W dfir--'. beta. «ro « | 

100 In the shade— Blackle has met footwre, after walking ^ m 

all Incoming trains at thass two 40 oill^g eroas-country to JbtrctUE BfQXOn ^CinjdJl'Od. 



border points hack to hts beloved irmlna. 

Ordlnartly. all persons or animals been a fixture here ever since, 
•re subject t^ border Inspection bul' -m mm ■ 
because Blackle has endeared him- ^ ^ ^ ■ ■ ^1 

self to all train crews and most of ^ Sw w H 

the residents of Coutta and Swee* ■ . . 

_ . . . . I...... ■ In LOT.OR. snowing 

Grass he U regarded as an Inter- ■ Aboriginal 1 

rtalinnal clUsen. Thus, he has never ■ ANDREW'S 

known any red Upe. H OrTOBI 

No one knows where the mongrri. H 
apparently part shepherd, came H Kniire proceed 

front. Since his arrival hs lias oom- I FOOD 

muted between hla two home*, meet- 
Ing IralQ and walking through 



get back to hts beloved irmlna. He'c «ios tt. cstNiitNi ttiirt witr 

J»OMf#l*l €•***•* 



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In COT.OR. showing Aiutrtlian birds. Aih, flower*, snd 
Aboriginal life of Ceniral Australia- 

ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 
OCTOBER 26tb, 7:30 P.M. 

Kniire proceed* from rolleciH'n wirt «ei;d 

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oer chief source* of U.S. dollar* so esaentiai 

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at the preient dm# to ateintain our foreigB 
trade and make evaiiahle products not 
prodeced ia chi* cooncry. 






These dollari help pty the wages of the 
14,000 Nickel employees, and help provide 
the dollar* which make it possible to pty 
million* lo freight to Canadian railways, to 
buy timber, tteel, coal, machinery and asp- 
plies amounting to many millions aach year. 

These millions, flowing into all todsscrica 
through the length and breadth of Canada^ 
help create job* for C^anadtana. 



Canadian Nickel 






FIRST PRODUCED IN C * R* D I IN 1111 
THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANT OP CANADA LllilTED, « KINO STREH WEIT, TORONTO 













I CdolontBl 11 



ptmidtut of (he LodlM' AuxUla/7 
to the RoT&l Victorte Yecht 0Mb 



1^0 $m4»y, OcteUr Z 3 , l» 4 f (Bhr flatlll ([IoIOMU! 



Ijddfic Plans 
Autumn Bazaar 

'Hie Neiivc Deuchtem of British 
Cu)unible Post No. S held the regu- 
lar meeung Thur*daj ttlght «t the 
Enlghls of Pythias Hall with vice- 
factor Mrs. O. Burnett presiding 

Pinal ai rangemnits were made tor 
the aiuiual Autumn baiaar to be 
held at the Hard of Hearing Hall. 
[November 12 from 2 30 to 6 p.m^ 
under the ccmveitor^hip of Mrs. 
U. Currie. O. Wlghl, Mrs. L 

'Brown, Mrs. J. I.orimer and Mrs. 
O. Burnett. 'ITverr will be a sal# 
'of needlework, home cooking ai>d 
Icandy. and afternoon tea will be 
I served. 

A Mirial evemng wlU be heU at tlte 
[itou^ nl Mrs. P. Pomeroy. 123ft 
, Mohlroae Avenue at 8 p.io. Mrs. 
M Davies will be convener. All 
jartlrics for the basaar are to be 
turned In at the aoelal. 



To Preside at “r Tea 



BAI»T> BLUB 



Mid-Novrmbfr Wedding Plans 



™ 5 et youR table 

UHiU 

SHELLEY ENGLAND 



Now ovoiloblo by Hio Sot or by tko Piocc 
Cup and Sou<or 
Croom ond $u 90 f 94.25 



Kay Hale Bride 
Of N. Sutherland 



56-pioco Sonrico Eor light — <9 • 

ChooM Now for Xmot. 
"Cety Tormi ot No Extra Cotf 



At a quiet ceremony Saturday 
evening at Oak Bay United Church, 
Kathleen klargaret, younger daugh- 
ter of Mr 



and Mrs R O Kale. 

1264 Montrose Avenue, exchanged 
vows and rings with Nell 
Sutherland. R.C.N., eldest son of 
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sutherland. Win- 
nipeg, Man. Rev. W. W. McPher- 
son read the nuptial service In the 
presence of the imxnediste family. 

Otven in marriage by her father, 
the bride looked charming in dusty 
ros- crepe drees featuring a soft 
draped effect In the bodice and: 
apron-skirt. She wore a halo-hat <Mi 
the same material pleated an’dj 
studded wlUi seed pearls and sboul-l 
der veil in a rose-ahade. A slnffle 
strand of pearls was her onl 7 | 

Jewelry and bet corsage was of gar- 
denias. 

Miss Beatrice Hale, gowned bi 
pearl grey crepe with lace yoke, and 
wearing a hat of Prwnch blue 

and grey flowers with blue shoulder 
veil, was her sister s only attendant. PHday on the first part of a trip 
A pink rosebud corsage added the will them to the British 

finishing touch to her ensemble, ^f Nigeria, in Africa. 

TTie bridegroom had Mr. L. J. Maurer has been appointed 

Thomson, R.CJ4, a shipmate In Nlierla where he will 



1317 DOUGLAS ST. 



JEWELLERS 



Mr sod Mrs. Arthur Lesdbelter Jr.. 1471 Edgswste Rosd. so- 
eouncs the engagement ol their daughter. Jeannme, to Mr. Cordon 
L. Hunter, yoanger son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J- Huotsr. 3S Linden 
Avenue, the rnsmage to take place at 8 p.m in Osk Bay United 
Church on November 17. 



MRE BYRON I. JOHNSON 
Mrs. F. Paulding have been asked 
to preslds at the tea table 
rfitriT^ t hs aftensoon. A musical 
program has been planned and 
will Include piano solos by Joan 
Crwtghton and Malcolm Hamll- 
too; vloUn solos by Jacqueline 
Johneon and vocal solo# by Muriel 



WINTER 

COATS 



Victoria Man to Take Post 
As Botanist in ISigeria 

Mr axul Mrs. A R- (Fred) CapU and Mrs. D. H. McKay, pro- 

.m vicu^ 

at Dr. H. R. Maurer of Alexandria, 
Egypt, and Mrs. Maurer, la 
Bruyere,** Elk Lake. 

Mothers’ I nion Aids 
Branch in England 

Mrs. B. Bamber. enrolUng mem- 



and Vinan Trimble and Dorothy 
Charlea Mn. R D. McCaw Is in 
tfiarge of the entertainment and 
Mrs. J. V. Johns is looking after 
the tea arrangements Mrs. D. 
McAdle, president, wUl receive 
the guests with Mrs. B. T. Kenny, 
general convener. 



The annual Autumn and mem- 
bership tea sponsored by the 
Ladies' Auxiliary to the T.M.GA. 
will be held Thursday. October 
27, In the mural room at the 
T.MXIA, from 8 to 8 pm. Mrs. 
Byron L Johnson. Mrs' W. S. 
Btralth, Mis. P. B Oeorgs and 



TO AFFORD YOU 
COMPLIMENTS 
ON AN Ol^STANDtNG 
PURCHASE* 



The annual Fall ball ol the Naval umcers Asowittuuu 
of Victoria In commemoration of Trafalgar Day wUl b« held 
on Friday evening, October 28, at the Royal Colwood Golf 
Club. Prior to the ball, one of the highlights of the 
Autumn season. Capt. J. D. Prentice, president of the Asso- 
ciation, and executive officers will be hosts at a dinner at 
the Union Club. Quests invited to the dinner include 
Chief Justice Gordon McO. Sloan and Mrs. Sloan. Rear 
Admiral H. O. DeWolf and Mrs. DeWolf. Group Capt. J. B. 
Mlllward and Mrs. Mlllward, and Group Capt. J. A. Easton 



Par tKs host of occovions 
In your busy lilt, our Im- 
portont coot collsctloo 
oftm prsfsrrs8 fothlons 
for womtn who volus 
distlrvguishs^ o p p • o r- 






Wedding in South 
O f Interest Here 



Fins sett wool fobrlei 
, . . brushsd with r>ww 
ssoson color, g « * I V 
flttsd or with modifisd 
fulIrwsB 



yeon befors rwtundhg home on 
lesvs. 

Mrs. Maurvr Is tbs daughter of 



terlsl. * ' 

A short reading by Mrs. Musgrsve 
on Mothers' Union work In on Eng- 
lish parish, was followed by on in- 
tcre.'.Urig talk by Mlu A. Baxter, a 
missionary from China. 



Encasements 

Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Brooks wish 
to announce the engagement of their 
two daughters. Jean A. Brooks, to 
J. Uoy4 Beggs. of Boskktchewan, 
and Dorothy Brooks, to James A. 
Reed, of Edmonton, the weddings 
to take place November 12 at SL 
John's Church. 



Mr. and Mrs. Denis Mason 
Hurley, Sbawnigon Lake, have left 
for England, where they will stay 
for two months visiting relatives. 



A wedding of interest here took breakfast was held In tbs Collfor 
plnr» in the Episcopal Church of BU “1* Club at Colmo, CoUf. 

..i. . c Leaving to spend a hooeymqpn 1 

h. B.n Crilfoml^ ^ ^ ^ 

yesterday monjlng when BrUd Mae re8 hat on 

Brodhead exchanged nuptial vowa eamella corsage. Mr. and Mr; 
with David Alan Harper before the Harper wlU reside at Powell Rive 
^ B C 

Reverend Lesley Wilder, Jr. i ' _ _ . 

The bride Is Lbe daughter of Mr. j 
and Mrs. Elmer Ellsworth Brodhkod. I /ffi/f 

67 Adam Way. AUierton. CaUfofnla.i * ' It Him * 
and the groom Is the eon of Mr.‘^ J • I y * I 
and Mrs. Alan Harper. WO Modronai f ^ |^| S 

Drive, Deep. Cove, fltdney, V.L 

Given In marriage by her father, 'nit WA. to Uw Navy League < 
the bride was lovely In a gown of Canada held a soccotsful tea an 
white saUn wlUi fitted bodice and ri.,...,.. »♦, 

net overskirt 



returned 

The next meeting win be held on 
November 18 ai the home of Mrs. 
Bamber at Cobtde Rill. 



Priced consKiemtely— 



FURS 



at her home, 22 Howe btreeL in ; home of Mrs. I 
honor of Miss June SiKut. whose , Topp Avenue, v 
marriage to Mr. Hugh Gregor Perg- ' daughter. Miss 8 
oson take* place this week. 'The oo-hoelessea Oi 
pretty and useful gifts were pre- ox^ gu«t was 
tented in a bosket decorated in pink corsage of red ci 
and white, and were accompanied mother received 
by a corsage of gardenias. Mrs. J. carnations. An> 
R. Short, mother of the bride- Mrs. Isobel 
elect, and Mrs. Kenneth Fergueon, BendolL Mrs. C 
the groom-to-be's mother, received Kitty Motley. N 
pink rosebuttfe en corsage. Nrs. Ann Page. 

« • « and Misses Pai 

Ml— Helen Gregory, a November Shirley TralU. 
bride-elect, was gxieet of honcu at * 

a cup and saucer shower held at A. E. de 

the home of Mrs. T. Cooper, Bum- , se.nted with an « 
aide Road. The glfte« were coo- by Mrs. F. E L. 
eewled in a gally-decoraled parosoL ' 8L Mary f Wotr 
The guesu Inciuded Mrs. 8. dreg- half of the meml 
ory, Mrs. J. Barton. Mrs. J. Holland, of Lhe work di 
Mrs. C. Pendry. Mrs. F. HaU. Mrs. munlty by Afch 
F. Humphrey, Mrs. D. Tyson, Mrs. Mrs. Nunns durti 
R. Reece. Mrs. L. Webb. Mrs. W. st » meeting hel 
Tyson. Mrs. P. MsckereUi. Mrs. G. served and the 
Spring. Mrs. F. Gloss. Mrs. 8. Ralph. »Hh a decorate 
MUsee R. Ball, D. Gloss and E. ' Anniversary'* wi 
fxnem 0 r Mrt. Nunns cut 



Mrs. A. CTunnlng, Victoria, wishes 
to announce the engagement of her 
daughter, Ruth Adelaide, of Von- 
exmver. to Robert Liodeay Clelond, 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Cle- 
land, Vancouver. The wedding will 
take place on November U In Ryer- 
•on United Church. Vancouver. 



# Mother 



B Dsughter 



bolero. Her 
tlnger-Up veil was fastened to a 
pearl Uors and she conled a bouquet 
of white flodlnll and stephonoUs. 

Mrs. David Milne Brodhead. the 
bride's sister-ln-law was matron of 
honor and wore a gown of pink 
faille and net with matching shoes 
and mitto. In her hair she wore 
pink sweet peas and CArrled a non^ 
gey of pink eamations and sweet 
pess. 

Mr. David Milne Brodhead. 
brother of the bride was bast man. 

Following the ceremony a wedding 



Mr. and Mrs. Oetyge Loosen. 
Harrison Hot Springs, B.C.. announce 
the engagement of their daughter, 
Betty June, to Mr. David Evan 
MlnckJer, second son of Mr. and Mrs. 
Harold Mlnckler. 230 PorlflcAvemte. 
The wedding win take place on 
Frldiky. November IE IM8, at St. 
Matthias' Church. 



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Only t Weeks Till Xmas . 
Choose Now I 

Victoria Furs 

831 FORT STRUT 



728 YATES 



Eowichan P.-T.A 
Holds Social 



at-Arms R C. Crawford and Mrs. Cowlchon P.-T A. sponsored 

Crawford received the names Ronald ^ j^kIoI evening in the community 
Charles, while the three-month- ^ Saturday. Mrs. 0. H. Mc- 
old daughter of Moster-at-Anns J-‘Murtrle was general convener. 
Ball and Mrs. Boll was christened mhi»rs In rhorga were Miss Adela 
Joanne Gall. Fbr her christening, (vj^ns. prisw; Miss Bertha Fowler, 
Joanne wora a gown which hod bridge; Mrs. Nell AUdred, whist; 
been worn by her maternal grand- 'Mrs. W. J. WUkln. cribboge; Mrs 
nmiher, Mrs. W. Dovldoon of WtJi-ious Johnson, gam«: Mrs. W. 

ntpeg. Ronald's grMlparents are nronr. supper. 

Mrs. N. l>ester and Mrs. WllUom J. F. T. Saywell. principal of the 
Lecfeti who stood os proxy for Mr. Junior-Senior High School, was 
Harry Leeler of Konilonpo. and 'master of oerenwmles. H. A. Dreony, 
Joanna’s godparents ore MIm Kay James Reed. Sydney Scholey, Jr., 
Harris, Mrs. norence PoUnk end and Mm. J. RefTTv etipplled music 
Mr. Lindsey PoUok who stood as for dandng. 
pmxy for Mr F. Moore of Win- 
nipeg. who Is the baby's uncle. Pol- 
lowlng the ceremony a reception 
woe held In the Chief's Mess. 



a Doctor 

made them Comfortable 
a Stylhl 

made them Smart 



I like the new Me & Me 4 

store just for that 4 
tool Department. . 4 

It's the best show I’ve ^ 

ever seen.” 4 



COATS 



Fee Ws« w»t 1 i mm4 Cemlert 

• FUR TRIMMtD 

• UMTRIMMID 

• ALL COLOm 

• ALL STTLIS 



Mias Enid Bntwne was guest of 
honor at a tea held at the Empress 
Rote.) this wort, prior to her de- 
parture bf plans for Montreal to- 
day, where she oete os eecretory to 
Mr. D. B. OonrweU of that city. 
MMi Bresme. who hoe been renew- 
ing Mndohlpa whOe here on hnO- 
doF. hoa been etaytne with her 
piienTa Mr. and Mn. ■dgor 
IStl Polxit Btroet TboM 



Dr. M. W Locke, the only moo who ever 
treatcfl a million feet, dereJoped theec sboeo. 
Every pair b desipped orcording to his fool- 
romfnrt prinrtplew— yet a leading glyKat has 



prettified them with toohioa’s latest whine. 
Enjoy thb happy coenhinotion of comfort 
and foahion- come bi and let our experts 
fit you in the proper last for you. 



RODEX’ COATS 



f 1400 Block Government Street 



IMPOtTtD HARRIS TWUDS-^dvmc* SMm Ahrsyt | 

.GORDON ELLIS Ltd 



717 FORT 8 TRKKT 



Phtmo O 6111 





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fiatl^ (Holonist 11 

SHBday, October 23 , 1§49 



m f rill I l»r«sl<kmi of the Lodte*’ AuxlUorj 

1r«L I. Inflfkcr i»® vtctortB Yfccht Club 

11 J. * ■••• I ^ ^ held *t the club on 

I I , V^o/»kf I Th^pirt>7 ermtne *df*. Kmft> Fuan 

iCcUlS 1 atfll IwM elected Becivtary-trwumrtr 

’I t A * A TOte of thank* extwjded to 

xlUD /tUXUlall Mn. Humphrey Oolby. rtlirtnff pr«' 

.. , -*n. l^V end te Utb. J M. Green. «c- 

Mr*. June* Thacker wee elecira 



Students Out to Cheer Winning fx)llege Team 



Agnes Bentley, Frederick Hailey 



wed at ^t. Andrew s rresbylerian 

Re* J. U W MrUao oOclated ColooUl txiuquet of red roM* and 
M the weddlni iolemnlMd !n St. white dirysaothemum*. A ■tncle 
. . _ . ctrand of i»orU and matching ear- 

AndreWc Presbyterian Church on *7*“ 

rings completed her eiteemble. 

Prtday eeenlng at 1. when Ar»«*, ocorge Harrey was beat man 
Alison Olfford. daughter of kfr axul! foe hla brother and Mr. <UU Stead* 
Mrs. i W. Bentley. ITIS Kings Road.j man and Mr. Gordon Harr«> acted 



retary-treosurer 

Plana were discussed (or the 
Beacbcombefi' Ball lo be held at 
the club on November M. 



exchanged vows with Mr. Vtcderick^M uahen 

i. Harvey, aon of Mr. arul Mrs ; a reception was held for UK) 
James B. Harvey. lOU Ktuga Road.j gueelA where a Ihree-Ue' wedding 
Baskeu filled with mauve, white. «ake topped with Sweetheart roees 
bronse and yellow ehrysanlhemums ' and (tanked by snapdragons and 
were used to decorate the church. I pale pink chrysanthemums centred 
Given In marriage by her father.' the table, 
the bride was lovely In a gown o(| por a wedding trip to the Main- 
white figured silk lace styled with land, the bride traveled In a saxe 
net yoke. Uly point sleeve* and full j blue accordion-pleated dreea. cherry 
skirt slightly en train. Her chapel | topcimt and black accessories 
veil was held with a Tudnr coronet , Mr. and Mrs. Harvey will reside 



FUR 

FELTS 



— Cslonlst riiel*. 

and Joan Millroy, (our Victoria CoUeg< 



PhylHs Wakslyn. left. Beverley Knott. Msvit Barnes - _ . ^ 

students hivs happy smilss ss they watch the CoUsge team wmmng from Royal Roads in the English 
Rugby game played at Macdonald Park yeaterday aftemooii. 



Values 7 ^^ to 



Circle Holds 
Sale and Tea 

The Mabel Burnett Circle held a 
successful sale and tea recently in 
the Douglas Room, Hudson's Bsy 
Company, when Mrs. R. Stander- 
vrlck, prMldent, received the guests. 

Mrs. O. Hall. Mrs. T. Adams and 
Mrs. A. Smith acted as hostesses. 

Tea was oonveoad by Mrs. J. 
Smith. aMlated by Mrs. M. Wood and 
Mrs. O. Haounond. 



To Open Ba/aar and Tea on Saturday 



J Blfks OiamonJ U « Symboi 
fm mil the World to See . • • 

Hiat prtccleM momeot . . • when 
'Hie Ring first sparkles oo her 
finger. Ilow (iceplr satisfy* 
ing h b to know that s Birka 
[Kanaood ia worthy of that 
sosnantir occasioai. For a Birka 
DiamnvMi has been, to genera* 
tkvM of Canadians, the m<&> 
tioDal symlml of <}«abty m»d 
beauty. 



Samples and design- 
er’a models — bU lovely 
hats with high style 
and distinguished ap- 
pearance. A special 
group that offers you 
outstanding value at 
this sale price. 



The best 
known home 
remedy you can 
use to relieve 
miseries is 



RITFjtt' MATCHED SETS 
. . . VAU’E tr«9t’BrA.SSED 

flat (SaaerswA 

(vrith Ax dlaasofiA*) 1.VI.00 

Twn.dUfnofMl Mt 80.00 

TsA-dMOWind son 00 

Sterling Preiwntaticm Case and 
Insuranre Certificate at no extra 
cost. 

BUYINi; POWKR 
Only BIrks, with ha eirep- 
tionai buying power ... ha 
own designcni and rraftsmen 
. , . mnld present forh ont- 
• tanding vslas In fins 

diamonds. 

BUDGFT TERMS 

AVARABlf 



FINE QUALITY AXMINSTER AND WILTON 



MRS. J. L. FORD 



D E. Alcorn ti general convener 
of the affair and la alao la 
ciiargs of sdvcrtlalng* Mrs. J. 
Rogeni will look after the needle- 
work. Mr«. * Perry Angus, 
csrrdy and home eouklng; Mrs. 
J. C. P. Blowey. tea and Mrs. M 
Zabel will look after tha door 



Mrs J. L. Ford, regent of 
Manlcipal Chapter. I.G.DE , will 
afflrlally open tha baaaar and 
tea to be held by Royal Roads 

Chapter. I.OJDE In the Doug- 
Isa Room. Hudson’s Bay Company. 
OTT Baturday at 8‘gO pm, Mrs. 



BROADLOOM 



Nell, both frnn the Saanich Firs 
Department, gave a demtmstrsllon 
with an Inhalator. 



Inst nil Lanf^fnnl 
P.^r.A. Offirprs 

Mrs W Blstr nt Victoria cfB- 
rlated at the tnstallsUnn of rwwly* 
elected ofltrera of tnngford F-TA. 
si the regular meeUng held Wed- 
nesday evening, when Mr. T. t* 



^ Attractive, 
^ Carved, 

^ Sculptured 



The Hand Weavers' Guild will 
mrfK on TUasdsy at 1:90 pm. In 
the library of Prtrif# Robert Bouse. 
Members who exhibited arttriee In 

other 



the Toronto, Vancouver 
Pall fairs are requested to bring 
exhibits and srihtdleatlfmB to the 
meeting. 



a Tone-on- 
w Tone ond 
J Plain Wilton 
J in Many 
^ Beautiful 
^ Shades 



706 708 Yat« Street — B SMl 



ROR STUDENTS 



If you do not use your ptone 
why net turh H Into CASH? 

Ws will poy ony reo«enabl* 
cosh price for o used ptone 
thot con be rweonditioned 

Phong us and we will coR ond 
melte you err offer sr consider 
your pries. 



ISOO YARDS 



of the very lategt in new carpet weaves, and all hard-wearing material. H you intend lo renew 
your floors with a carpeting, or are building, and nerd lomething really attractive in the near 
future, see thii carpeting NOW and place your order. 

WE WILL HOLD IT FOR YOU UNTIL REQUIRED 



Cava Piano Store 

745 View So. Pb«n«6]S12 



N Priced from 9.75 to 17.50 per sq. yd. ^ 



STOCK-TAKING VALUES 



HAVS YOU 8RSN OUR FINE 8BLECTION OF 



Beautiful <|uAtity ia exquisite 
colors. 5^ite 9.0al20 . 



Lovely qoslity brtefo end 
psjitiea with caffA OO^ 

9lsre S.ML 



Ttmew Awm cAwwgwd — ww fdsty Drop the KLEK^iSX*! 



IVEiim DRISSES 

Bfiea 12-tR Frovn 

* 8.96 



IJTTIJO LULU SAYSt Yow kaow bow kiddioa 
thnir hsodkgrehtofii aad lna« *r«t A boa of fUamMt 
'nssuca for sebool daring colds ssvsa good baakieo— > 
savra rsw noses — mv«w washing! 

ranada*! favonritc tisane rmnAS la4br«a ri aaa. 



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Sttas 14- an From 



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g|y gatlfl (ZTolontat 



(OMte lo put thte Into affeet lu- 
poru wrr* given by ton. P. c. Henev 
and ton. O. Potta. It vu decided 
to hold altenuMn and evening 
Balluwv'en parUea. 



M^nV (flower and mUceUADcoiu artlclae; 

ITldll^ /IIH 11(1 tort V OlUan. ton W. 8 Swindel 

A and ton R 8. Row, home cooblnf. 

AUlUItlll 1 I S^rvtof a/temouu tea Wen ton. 

A large crowd attended the annual ^ 

Autumn baaaar given by fll. Peter'a I a«.tatlng in the kitchen were ton 
Church guild. Campbell River, on 'O. Motion. Mrs. W. Carlyle and lira. 
Tueaday afternoon which waa ^ ° ° Stewart ton. K Brown 
wpeoed by Rev W. R, B. Ntoon of *“ charge of aelilng tickeu foe 
Cumberland 



Societies 






Kipling Society artU meet In ruom 
, 15. WllUama BuUdlng. 74» Broughton 
^Street, on Wedneaday at I pm. 

I The WUlowI P..T.A.*aewU»g group 
will meet oo Monday at 7.30 pm 
at the home of Mrs. K McLeod, 
070 Oak Bay Avenue i 

V * • 

Bt. MarUn'e-tn-thc-naida Evening 
I W.A. will meet at the b4>nie of ton. 
|B. P Harding, Ofto Cowper Avenue, 
|on Tuesday at 0 pm. 

j Canadian Daughters' League, Aa- | 
, aembly No. 5, wtUl meet In the New - 1 
atead Hall on Monday at • pm.l 
InlUaUona will be held with offleen 
In white. I 

TUUcum P.-TA. met recently In 
the achooi auditorium with ton. R 
A. Bird in the chair. Plana were' 
eompletod for the basaar to be 



Quiet Wetldin: 
At St. Andrew 



WOULD YOU LIKE TO OWN AN 



8L Andrew's Preabytertaa Cbtwch 
waa the scene of a quiet wedding 
Saturday afteoiuao at 3 o'clock, 
uniting in marriage Wlnnllred Wat- 
Km daughter of Mr. and Wn. John 
Wauon. HOT Rock Street, and Wil- 
liam a. AlUien, 



EASY VACUUM CUP WASHER 



ton O. F ThuUn, 
president of the guild, waa general 
oon vener. 

Assisting at the varloua stalla 
were. ton. A Sandberg, ton, W. 
Mi'Nelll and ton H Dubeau. candy; 
Mrs B. Oleony and Mrs. P. Tudden- 
ham, faneywork; Mrs R. Morrlaon. 



Church. Oak Bay. met recently in ' 
the parish ball when the Rev. A.! 
E. H Cameron opened the meeting ^ 
with prayer. Mr Norman WlUlamal 



WITH A 



3873 Ines Ortve, 
Victoria Rev J. L. W. Mcloan offi- 
ciated and Mr. C. O. Warren, church 
organist, played the tradlthmal wed- 
ding music 

The bride, given in marriage by 
her brother. Mr. John Watson, waa 
smartly attired in an aqua gabar- 



SEE THE 



Siie carried a white prayer book 
topped with gardenlaa and pink 
rosebuds. 

Mrs. Verna Strickland was mat- 
ron of honor and wore wins accea- 
•orlea and a oorsage bouquet of rtMw 
with her powder-blue suit. Mr. 
Walter Maredlth waa best man. 

Mr, Jack Quennell proposed the 
tosat to hla niece at a reception held 
St the Wishbone Orlll. stleoded by 
toUtivea of the hrtd© and groom. 

The newlyweds left by plane for 
the Mainland and oo return will 
make thdr home In Victoria. 



SMART AUTUMN CREPES 



8i6 FORT 



PHONE G3021 



COCOA CARMEL AND COFFEE SHADES 

MISS M. E. LIVINGSTON 

614 VIEW ST. 



David G. Stoddart 



338 was voted to purchsae material 
to be made into garments for chll- 
dren at the Solarium. 



TREWINT, Cornwall. England CF). 
— Methodlata have bought for QSO 
(1.000) the 17th oantury granite 
cottage where evangelist John Wea. 
ley made his headquarters when he 
preached In Cornwall. About £500 
^ be spent on iU restoration. The 
kmer room, where Wesley delivered 
his eermons. will be used as an 
ftcraalnnal preaching place. 



Exquhiiely 
Pelt 4 *f{ Fur$ . , . 
In Her Favorite 
Coat . . , 



OPTOMETRIST 



Tokg» pleasure in onnouncing the opening of hii 
profeislonol office for the practice of Optometry In oil 
its brooches, of 



raivtiia ann Teachers, was guest 
speaker at the October meeting of 
the Mechosln P.-TA. Mrs. O. W. 
PotUnger spoke on the work of the 
Vlctmla and District Council of 
Parents and Teachers, and Mrs. A. 
B. Tho m peoo. eoovener of literature 
on the oounca outlined the edvan- 
tagea of following tha eoursM 
offered. The speakers were intro- 
dutwd by Mr. B. H. Swindell, tors 
9. Ranns acted as chairman i 



625 FORT STREET 
(413 Pemberton Bldg ) 



A Gtft to Cherish 

Muskrat Flanks 



Victoria, B C, 



Telephone G 9531 



Appointments 9 I© 5 



Centre Back Muakrat 



Squirrel 



victoria School Board Mr. R 
Moore, oo behalf of the Victoria 
Wert Community Club, announced 
that a Hallowe'en bonfire would be 
held et Banfleld Park on October 31. 

Victoria Purple* Lodge, No. 
164, L.OHA.. met in the Orange 
HaU recwntly with Mrs. R Dent 
presiding. Mrs. L. Olddens. part 
trand mlstrsM from New West- 
minster. wss welromed. Phial ar- 
rangemenu srere made for th« 



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Peraian Lamb Side 



MOWS NO EQIAL 

Thera h no fobrk to 
•qual Ylyalla Honnel 
^ •tyle. comfort end 
economy, h’l 

long wearing 

ahrinkresistiho 

Oeiar FmI ted Wuktkie 

Moke your dreMes ond 
kiddles* clothes of 
Vlyello. This proven 
moterlol cannot help but 
please you ond yow 
purse with Its losttng all 
round latisfectlon. 

Tin erWhS tWWto 

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eUASAMTSSO 
WASHASU S OOtOeVAST 



Persian Lamb Side 
Paw 



We hereby bring to your 
attention that Christmas is 
only 8 weeks away. Please 
make your appointment as 
•oon as possible to insure 
early delivery. 

Respectfully. 



ins ooiwood Woman 'i Institute 
met in Ooiwood Ball on Wednesday 
when the roll call was anssrered with 
gifts which srtll be sent lo the chil- 
dren at the Nanalixm Indian BchooL 
A parcel of food is being sent to s 
women's institute in England, a 
donation of its wss made to the 
Ooiwood Hall Cosnmlttee and a fur- 
ther donation of |is sms made to 
the Communi ty Chert. The sum of 

/ rirnnto Sj}pohs to Diocpson | 
Board of the An^Vican W.A. 

-p— t ~P- 

I In Canada was the guest sp< 
the monthly meeting of tha 
Columbia Diooeaan r _ 

AngUcan WA. bald in the WtMrtto 
Hall on Friday afternoon. Bis 
‘ A**4 Mrs. Kingston were wal 
by Mrs. R. O. Taylor, dloeesan 
dent. 

Tha Prlmau paid trlbuto ( 

work of the WA and its 

to the church, especially In mission 
ary diocesea at home and atooad. 
said that a grsat task awaited the 
church to the middle and north of ! 
the Dominion as well as great op-i 
portunlUes to India. Japan and ! 

China. The task, he suted. wss ss 
»We as the world which needs tbs 
wrtng gortMi to ohrlst mors 0\mxi 



r Irlean 

Bm Oar Selection of Cape* 
f • . Jackets . . . Neckpieces 
. . . the Perfect Gift. 



MEYERS STUDIOS 

645 Yates 8t. E 233 



Wide >0 Bond Street, 
London, by one of the 
famoou dreus model 
house*. Various ttylM 
and the Isieit Autumo 
shades. All styicu ex- 
clostve to (he Pkrs- 
dflly Shoppa Sires 10 
to 20. Alt 



A sMAtx navnatT 
WILL HOLD Toro 
msT nmL 

< HaiSTMAS 



England I piled bedding and clothing for H 
MW at mission schools. Ten candidates en- 
women's training eoUega 
Board of the, this Autumn. The «8 j\mlor 

— 1 branchea raised 313.000 and 117.- 

Orace 220 euns from the mite boxew to 
Little Helper,. Last year more 
Pr«4- 1 than tSOO.OOO was spent on tbs work 
(to the auxiliary. TTw eoclal service 
department has regularly shipped 
food paroela bo 928 clergymen to 
England. 

He FRERF.NT LIFE MKHBCRNHir 
I During the meeting a life mem- 
:bwshlp to tha DomlokiD Board was 
[pTweented to Mrs. J. L. Baalehurst 
of aidney Aftamoon Branch, Mrs, 
i Taylor oonductlng the sarvlea. Mrs. 
F. F. Fomarl pinned on the badge 
and Mrs. R. Atkin prww n tad the 
carUflcsta 

The Oorcss secretary, lh— ^ 
Roaah. who has lust returned from a 
drs rtsll to tha Indlaa achooi at Alwt 

h. to*d« an appeal for the amle- 

JZ. ^ i •amstram at tha sabooL 
■ to Qm new ' 

"" j ntCBEin- BfTRIIAmT 
opened with I ^ Pursary to 3100 was voted to a 
Mrs 8. B.;**“****‘ Wysllffe Oe0c«e, 

tge and prayers lad by Mrs 

Taylor. Mrs. E. Hart, first | Ooodwin. glrU* eeoretary, 

esldrnt to the Cathedral \ <4 visit to mw 

WA. gave the address of ’ T)omlnlan girls' super- 

». Morning prayers werej’'^* will be to Victoria from 
by Rev. A. H. Oummtnga October M to November 6, when she 
ANNl^AL UPOBTS * leadership training 

rt- ^ ,K. oouroa. The roily to the Oirls' Aux- 

of to the Memorial Rail at 3 pm . 

* rally wm be held at : 

^F \ ^ Cathedml on Octoboer SB at l lfl 

iw. F. Ooodwin. Membership pm. 

be 

«er^ amounted to 531.- held on Friday. November 18 at 
an tomwaae to more than 10 ;M a jn At m m.,— 



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YATES 

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Uemn to Piccadilly Parade. 12:1$ Dsfly (Bscept Sunday) 



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(Ehf Daihi Q!u!uuiflt 13 

SiuhW;, Octi^r 23, 1949 



Nov. 7 Drunk Driv in (Jiargc Again Dropped 



New Technical Unit at Victoria High Opens 



«lCbt tMt \mck frocn Mm eurb UiM. , to Moudby ao ba eouM m« a lawyer. 
The.ai^UMd. ha related, came aaat Magtotrmta Hall fraotad the raquaat 
along Oorga Road aud awanrad into and raiaaaad teilUi from custody on 
tba munacUon. knocking down tha hla own raeogniaanca. 
two motofcyciaa and cauaad about j — ^ 

1150 damage. Smith waa proceading > AN OLD fCOlTT 

IB lo 40 mlJaa per lK>ur. Um oon* I moiTCRKAL CT). — O. RobUy 
•tabic statad, adding 11 waa "loo igAckay. who Jointd Montraal'a flret 
foggy to »ea acroae the atraat. I ^ unu m 1910. la lUll acoUi- 



I^or Um aacond time In one week 
tu city polka court a drunken driv- 
ing rharge waa artthdrawn yesterday 
rauaut dacisloii of 



-TV* derfwsiWA 



becauaa of 
Judga Hannah in County Court in 

VlctuiU 



Bungalow type 
A 1 condition 



alloalug an appeal of 
man against a ooovlcMou on a aim- 
ilar cliargft. 

"I feel in view of that darialon it 
la simply a waste of tuna for int to 
pursue this matter any further.” 
Prosecutor 



Apply 1237 liillaide Avenue 



(l«>4 laivu Acting 
Patrick i. ainnou, before Magistrate 
H. C. Hal]. 

KIMILAR CASE 

(D) a similar case last week. 
Mr. Sinnott said H ”would ap- 
pear to be futile to proceed. ”1 
In court yesterday, John Smith. 
Ooward Road. wa*k Amt charged 



New F. T. Fairey Technical Unit at Victoria High School, which will be declared open by R. H. Green, chairman of 
Greater Victoria School Board, at opening caramony November?. Participating In opening will be Frank Partridge. 93, 



oldest-known former student now residing In the Victoria area, who will cut ribbon acroaa doors of new building. 



parked police motorcycles. Magis- 
trate Hall graiitad Ur. Slhuott a re- 
quest to wiUtdraw this charge, and 
than a dangerous driving charge 
was mad. Smith pleaded guilty. 

Mr. Sinnott told the magistrate 
he had goiM into the case carefully 
with the ofBctm who would be giv- 
ing evidence. 

"Whlla tbe ofBoers may luive beau 
JusUfled In laying the charge. 1 am 
taking It on myself as proaecutor to 
Tha proaperlty planoers stepped withdraw the charge and substlUjte 
In and, In co-opcmtlon with the a rharge of dangerous driving, lo 
Provincial Qovtrnmani. built the »lew of the raoent (County Oourt> 
road. Now Stewart H a bustling decision. Um facU In this rasa do 
mining town. o®t appear sufficient to proceed with 

And these examples can be re- the charge of being In control of a 
peated endlessly. My the planners, car white Inloxlcatad.’* stated My 
In any community or region. Their Blnnoil. 

work shows promias of beating the CONRTAliLB TKfttlflES 
next depression before It starts. ^ CXuutable Aldon Appleton tesU- 



FederalGovernmeiil’sProsperilyPla 
Dehi^iied lo Sidetrack Depression 



HAVE A PLACE IN FAMILY TRADITIONS 



GIFT 

PARCELS 

of McLEAN’S 

Delietowe 

Cake’n’Cookies 

will be greedy eppreci* 
•led by your rvutives 
end frkndt 

OVEASEAt 



BTM B.C. SEdlMENT 
Tuaadsy— 1945 hours: Parade and 
roU call at Bay Street Armoury, 
battle drtas. 3000 hours; Rehearaa! 
for ’'Remembrance Day” parade. 
Sand pracUca. I 

Wedneaday — 1915 hours: Cadet^ 
Carpi parade at Bay Street Ar-| 
moury. battle dress. P.T. kit to be' 
carried. I 

Friday -1945 hours: Parade and^ 
roU call, battle dress. Band pracUoe.j 
B.C. COAST RKOl.HAf' T ! 
Tuesday -3000 hours: Parade and 
roll call. 

Friday -3000 hours: Parade. Re- 
emits for alt branehaa of Coaat 
Artillery are welcome. 

NO. I A.s ri-.uBt RArr 
Tuesday— 1945 hours. Parade and 
roll call ai Bay S’reet Armoury, 
batUe dress. 3000 hours: R.CJt 
erganlutlnti mllh Aims at Bay 
Btrset Armoury. 



Make Your Appointment Before 
November 16th 



a seasonal slackening In employ- 
ment of lougslioremaa, and a poor 
timber harvest c«imblned to throw 
1,000 men out of work. 

Planners In tbe economic rsaearoh 
and development branch analysed 
the sUualloD and dug out of their 
Ales plans for three huge construe- 
ttoo Jobs. 

ENDS VNEMFLOYMEST 
Before Saint John's problem had 
baooma icuta, Otuwa had surtad 
pouring IT.000,000 Into the city for 
construction of a new wharf, an air- 
port and a new psasenger terminal 
— all vitally needed In the city. 

In no time Saint Johnb unem- 
ployment pool had dried up and the 
city's economic health was rMtorad. 
Thau say the pianera is Just a 
happen 



Haglology U tha body of UUra- 
lure dealing with the llvaa of Ohris 
Uan aaioU and martyrs. 



LADIES' DRESSES 



Fndsy— 1945 hours' Parade and 



p revttw of what would 
acroaa tha country ahould the na- 
tional economy be aerlously threat- 
ened. 

Thi program not only provides 
for hu9e projects like Saint John's, 
but includes hundreds of smaller 
Jobs tailored to tha needs of small 
towns and rural areas. 

Bt ILT ROAD IN B.C. 

When the Morrts-Summlt Gold 
Mina, .at Btawart, B.C. dlaoovered 
rich ora on Ita property. 150 miners 
drifted Into tha llUle mountain 
town eager for work. 

But there was a catch. The com- 
pany could build a 100-ton rntll, 



roll call, battle drdas. O M.T. a( 



CONBTRtCTION PROJECTS 
Basically. It eonsHU of a vast 
backlog of oonelnieUon projecu 
which can be started In any of 4< 
key regions Immediately the na- 
tional aeonnmy shows sigus of drup- 
Monday -1930 l>ours: PreMnlatioalplnc. 
of mcdsls. Orese. Officers— BaUlc! But tha program is far more than 
dress blouse, kill, web bait. Balmoral.|an amsrgtncy relief plan. Kach of 
diced lioae. boots and puttaea |the projaeu la designed to add to 
Drew Other ranks — Battle drcM.'uie eounlry'a national wealth, and 
web belt, Olengarry. boots and puV-i would be put Into eAect eventually, 
tees. Pipe Band — full Highland «ffn if amploymenl remains high. 

dresAw BraM Band — Scarlet, kUt,' '*-• -• 

diced hoM and wlUte spate. | 

All recIplantJ of madals must be: 
at tha Bay BLratt Armoury by 1930 J 
hours. 

Tl)ursday 
parade. 

NO. I AREA RIONAUI 
Monday— 1946 Iwurs Parade at 
Work Point Barracks. batUe draae 
I3TH PItl.D AMltU.ANrP. | 

Tuesday -3000 hours; Parade at! 
n«T Bireet Armoury, droM. r«U oaIl| 
order 

4«TH RAN. hK( TION 
Tuesday— 3000 hours. Parade al 
Bay Street Armmiry, dress, roll call 
order. 

.IgTII WORKhlfOr 
Tuesday— 1945 hours: Unit parade 
at Bay Strwet Armoory, drvM. roU 
call order. 

H.M.C.B. MALAKAT 
Monday— 3010 hours: Ship's corn* 
pany artU parade aboard R U.CM. 

Sault Sta. Marla for mlneswaeping 
and seamanship lecturts. 

REA f ADETB 

Tuesday— 1990 hemrs; ^Ip's com- 
pany will parade at headquarters 
R.C.8.C.C. Rainbow. Duty division 
for Ihesday, Friday and Sunday 
will be Hilda. 

Friday -1990 hours: Ship's com- 
pany parade. 

Any boy over Um sg« of 14 years 
and five feet two inchaa In height 
and wiahtng to Join Sea Cadau 
plaaaa report to R.OjB.C 0. Rainbow 
on Tuaaday or Friday at J9N) hours. 



Bay Street Armoury. 

Sunday' — Liaison with R„C AF. 
Vancouver. Plana laavas Patricia 
Bay airport at 1010 hours. Details 
liter. 

I'ANADIAN Sl'OTTIRil 



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Time to select usefvt and sliractive Chnstmss gifts. A 
Pen and Pencil Set, especially if Its a Parker, Witer- 
man or Schaeffer, is one of the finest gifts you can give 
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SERVICE LIMITED 



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OTTAWA CF).-<;*nadtan wildUfa 
axperta want more InformallOB 
about Arctic whales and plan to 
tag a number to (rac« their niova- 
menU. 14ia rlglit kind of tag la 
avallabla. but the problem of catch- 
ing and tagging the whaW la still 
to ba eolvad 



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A Iherta Oil News 



Grim remltuSers of 'whal might 
happen'* to careleaa ' tlrlvera and 
innocent others— In form of sev- 
era] badly amaahed up cars -irere 
Included In short parade which 
coursed Its way through down* 
town afreets yesterday afternoon 
under sponAorshlp of city's Oos- 
mopoUtan Club. 

The "object lesson* parade. 



aimed at would-be careless drivers, 
iraa In direct support of Greater 
Victoria TrafBc Safety Council. 
Special emphasis was made of 
fact Innocent persons— Including 
children— are vicUma of “wheel- 
happy** drivm. By means of 
loudspeaking ayitem, Vlctorlaru 
were urged to support traffic 
safety council by abiding by Its 



— n>«to by O4ott« BlapMo. 

rules for safe and courteous driv- 
ing. Above photograph shows one 
<rf several cars In procession which 
carried officials and members of 
club. Seen from front to back 
of car are: Max David sergeant- 
at-arms; Tony McManus, presi- 
dent; and Harry Smith, secretary. 
Parade was arranged by com- 
mittee headed by Luke Ralsbcck. 



Sin^ Praises of New ''Miracle"^ Dni^ 
In Treatment of Stubborn Diseases 



CHICAGO. OcL 22 (INS).— 

Breath-taking results In thfe trest- 
mmt of a variety of stubborn dis- 
eases by ACTH were described in 
Chicago today by top medical men 
in what some tetpned the “medical 
story of the century." 

Doctor after dlctor among the 107 
txperts sang the praises of ACTH 
at a unh]ue cvsluaUon conference 
Id describe expciiencei with patients 
treated with rare hormone dnig. 
painstakingly extracted from the 
pUultsuy glands of swine. 

The meeting was called by Ar- 
mour #t Co.. Chicago meat packing 
firm, which developed the "miracle" 
hormone and made It available to 
selected clinics and liospitals free 
for experimental tesUng. 

Borne of the research men, tra- | 
dUlonaliy skeptical and prone to| 
take their lime before making . 
conclusions, could scarcely restrain ' 
tbelr delight over the drug and its I 
potentialities In mankind's grlcn. ^ 
never-ending battle against disease. ^ 
NOT ALL ROSY j 

But the picture, the medical ' 
men warned. Is not all rosy. ACTH 
will usher in no medical miUenlum. I 
On the basis of work so far, It ap- j 
pear.4 that the hormone Is most ' 
effective against collagen dlseasea- ' 
such as arthritis and other involv- | 
Ing bone. Joints and connective I 
CUsuee. I 

- The picture shapes up this way : , 
PromUlni-Arlhrltls. gout, rheu- 



- QiaUc fever, a muscle wasting dls- 
- ' ease known as myaiUumla gravis. 
- 1 allergy, ulcerative coUUs. a low 
3 1 blood sugar disease (the opposite 
) ! of diabetes) knoini as spontaneous 
1 1 hypoglycemia, and an Invariably 
I fatal akin disease, lupus erythema- 

[| NO DEFINITE JTDOMlLVr 
t ^ Possible— Not czaough Infonaatlon 
8 available yet to make a deflniu 
. I Judgment on whether the drug will 
) have any cuccess in the treatment 
of alcoholism and schlxoph rents — 
• so-called split personality. 

Unfavorable — High blood pressure, 
Parkinson's disease, multiple scler- 
) 'osia, amyotropic lateral scleroals (the 
I 'disease that killed Lou Gehrig) and 
* tuberculosis. | 

j StUl In doubt— Two diseases re- ! 
>|lated to cancer: leukemia, a cancer! 
'Of the blood cells, and Hodgkins' 
I disease — also related to cancer.' 
' SclenUsta admitted that several' 
patients treated with the drug have ' 
' shown sharp improvement, but point I 
j out that several other drugs have | 
' accompUahed this In leukemia^ only I 
to be followed by relapees. I 

I MARK51 NEW ERA 

I pT. Walter Bauer, Harvard Med- 
jlcal School, said that the astonish- 
,lng ability of ACTH to turn diseases 
off and on at will "marks a new 
era In medicine.* He added: 1 

I “I don't think anyone yet has 
.any idea of the potentialities It en- ' 
compasses.** t 



- j Dr. George W. Thom of Boston, 
I. first man to discover the poaalbUl- 
r ties of ACTH. said the drug Is 
e'tUll In very sharply limited supply, 

I and added: 

\ "But we may stlU let people know 
'ihow thrilled we are by being able 
|to modify certain diseases." 

I The problem of supply adready has ' 
^ '--J to the birth of a Mack market, 
I, in the drug, with some hitherto, 
J unknown drug end chemical firms | 
^ibuylng up hog pituitary glands in^ 
*^mn effort to w'ske the drug. | 

I CAN BE DANGEROrS 
' I Doctors stressed that the drug can I 
, I be very dangerous unless used under I 

I I rigid and skilled medical fupervisloQ. 

I AG^TH (adrenocorticotropic hor-* 
monel was developed by Armour ' 

’ j chemists after years of research. ' 

1 1 One of the hormones given off by 
the pituitary, or master gland of 
: the body. It acts upon the adrenal 
’gland. 

’ I ACTH stimulates the adrenal 
[gland to five off some ag other 
{ hormones, one of which Is cortisone, ' 

I or compound K, a hormone which 
hss given spectacular results also 
In the treatment of arthritis and 
similar conditions. 

|5fi7irigp and Sunset 

OCTOBXa 

' Ti»tt 8f MartM los fVaetfl* 

SuniUrtf TUn*!. at Vkwii, B.C., for Ui4 
m»mh at Oeiotar, 18tt. 



By C. O. NU'KLE 
SpcrUI to Tba I'slonist 
Pacific Uetroleums Limited thli 
.wetrk started to test Its Calahoo 
wUdcsl. which Is Bt least a alse- 
able naturBi gas discovery well In 
the lA)wrr Cretac4^ous, and might 
'wUo produce some oU from UmC 
IformsUon. Union 011 Company of 
California this week completed 
^tesUng lu PlcardvlUe ivlldcat. and 
rated • natural gas discovery from 
I the Viking sand wlUi flow exceed- 
ing 26.000.000 cubic feet dally. 

The Superior-General-Kruy-Jupl- 
ter team this wrtk started the fifth 
Joseph Lake well In a program that 
has so far yielded three good Viking 
.sand oil wells and one dry hole. 

] Drilling rigs moved to locations thte 
I we**k. for first Coastal Oils Limited 
weU offsetting Whltemud CreUce-' 
ous oU production; for first Pan 
Western Oils Umited well offselUng 
Leduc Devonian oil production; fori 
P. C. M. Syndicate-Lcduc Calmar 
Oils Limited well on a slngli loca- 
tion offsetting Leduc Devonian pro - ' 
ductlon; and for second Northern 
Development Company-Bailey Com- 
pany Group well offsetting Wood- ' 
bend Cretaceous oil production. 1 

ON nU*ERIAL FABM-Ol'T ! 

Each of the seven stories, featur- 1 
ing another busy week for Alberto's 
last-moving oU iodustry, has one 
thing In common. Each Includes the 
phrase "On a farm-out from Im- ' 
pertal on Limited.*’ That phrase 
tncpeaslngly familiar the past year! I 
has become In Itself one of the out- 
standing news stories of Western 
Cans4llan OU. 

At least a score of oU companies < 
and syndicates are now drawing rev- 1 
enijo from crude oil production ob- 1 
talned on lands secured under farm- ( 
out agreement from Imperial. The 
number wlU probably Increase in'' 
months ahead, others have gss < 
diaooveries. which wUl be revenue l 
pnxJuTPrt sometime in the future. I 
Two of the fannee orginisatlons are 1 
largo American firms All the reel 1 
are Canadian hKlepeodents. t 

60 far Imperial OU has granted |i 
3# farmouts. Including 20 slseable 1 
blocks of acreage overlying struc- c 
tural features located by the com- t 
pany geophysicists and geoJoglsU. 1 
Another 11 farmouts have been 
tmsller parrels, ranging from one 



I to four vell-sttcs each, on the 
I fringes of the Leduc oilfield. One Is 
^ 00 the fringe of the Redwater oU- 
^ field. Another offsets Whltemud 
production. More farmouts are 
^ icoming. 

t S3 AlJtEADY* DRILLED 
t| Of the exploratory farmouts, 23 
f have been drilled to date. The re- 
I suit: 4 oU discoveries and 3 gas 
1 discoveries, all of undetermined Im- 
> portaoce; and 10 mbwes. The oil 
' dlscoveitos Include Joseph Lake 
I ^Superior Oils, General Petrole- 
’ urns, Kroy OUs and Jupiter Oils); 

' CampbeQ (Redwater Leaseholds); 

' Voimer (R. W. Developments); and 
I Barrhead (Stanollnd Oil St Gas 
• Company). The gas discoveries In- 
) elude: PtcardvllM (Union OU of 
>, California); Cglahoo (Pacific Pet- 
' roleums); and Manowmn (A. G. 

I Bailey Company. Long Island Pet- 
roleums et al.) Follow-up drilling 
’ I Is under way at Joseph Lake. (?amp-j 
bell and Barrhead. | 

' Wells have been completed soj 
far on nine of the Leduc farmoutj 
bloeks. Five obtained oU produc- 1 
ition, and four gave dry liolea. So{ 
far, nine oilwells have been com- i 
jpleted. four by the Plank Petrole-I 
jums-Decalto Olls-Northem Sxten- 
jslon Oils Group; two by the Me- 1 
DougaU-Segur. Alberta Pacific Coo- I 
soUdated Oils and Sunset Oils 
, Group; one by the Calmont 01ls| 
and Calnorth OUi; one by Okaita | 
Oils; and one by the Northern De- 
|velopment-Dalley Company Group. 
FtoUr more wells are drilling or 1 
starting Immediately on the Leduc 
farmouts. DrllUog will start shorUy 
on the first Redwater and White- I 
mud farmouts. I 

j Imperial Oil, which made thB > 
great leduc oU discovery early In ; 

^ 1947 after a multi-year $23,000,000 1 
; exploratloQ which brought many 
disappointments, a lot of natural 1 
gas. and only small 'shows M a4L- 
has since skyrocketed Into a domin- 
ant poslUon In the Western Can- 
adian petroleum Industry. Leduc'i 
discovery brought great new respon- 
sibilities to Imperial— demands for 
heavy capital expenditures on ac- 
^*^*t^*l**l exploration, development ) 
of Leduc and subsequent discover- > 
les, pipelines and refineries. 

MILLIONS POl’RED IN 
Since I^duc, Imperts] has dls- 



con .ed Woodbend. R e d w a t e r. 1 
Qoldan Spike, Whltemud, Bon Ac-1 
cord and NormandvUie. To find | 
them. Imperial has poured more 
minions of dollars into continuing 
' geologiral and geophysical work, and 
! more mlllons Into <lrUUng on Its 
lown of nearly aUty wlldcau. Since 
I the Leduc discovery imperial has 
comp}4^(ed some 300 wells In de- 
velopment of Leduc and Redwater. 
and Is still a long way from com- 
pletion of Its Alberta program. 

Because of the load of Its own 
committments and capital needs, 
and because It recognises that a 
healthy boat of Independent pro- 
ducers Is important to the well)- 
. being Of the whole oil industry, Im- 
I perial started Its fartsiout policy a 
year or so ago. 

BLIDINO SCALE ROYALTY 

On farmouts adjacent to produc- 
tion. covering up to quarter of a 
section each, the only oonslderatlon 
to Imperial is cither a sOiaU 'sliding 
scale' royalty on any oU produced, 
ranging fixan one to five per cent 
dependent on tlaiy yield; or a fixed 
payment In oil of from 0.000 to 10.000 
barrels per well payable our of a 
fractixm of production. On explora- 1 
tory farmouts. Imperial provides the 
and block, geological ant' geophysi- 
cal data, while fannee provldM cost 
of Initial well. Interest Is held 80-50 
TTie terms might be revised If dls*| 
oovery results, ss was the case at| 
Joseph Lake. I 



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Ur^es Generous Bonuses 
Tor Federal Employees 



By TOM GREEN 
Coleabt Ottawa Corrvspondeat 
OTTAWA, Oct. 22 — Generous cssh 
bonuses to outstanding chdl servants 
who have made Important sclenUflc 
discoveries to be psld by the Federal 
Oovemment were advocated here 
tonight by John O. Dlrfenbaker, 
Frogremlve Coservatlve member for 
lake Centre. Bask; 

Mr. Dlefenbaker. In an interview, 
particularly mentioned thnw In the 
field of agriculture as well ss those 
primarily responalbie for mineral 
and oil dlscoverlM, new prociwses 
tor Industry and new formulas for 
todustrlsl mineral production. 

Under exlsUng regulations a Gov- 
ernment employee gets no direct 
financial benefit for hts dlscovny 
which Is patented by the Crown. 

KNCOf'RAGE INCENTItT 
Financial recognition on a gen- 
•rmis scale, Mr. Dlefenbaker sUted. 
Would further encourage Incentive 1 
and extra Industry beyond the caU I 
of duty. , 



I Outstanding employees of the Ns- 
tUonal Research Council, the Fed- 
eral I>epartment of Afrkrulture and 
'the Federal Department of Mines 
I and Resourtes especially would 
I benefit from the Dlefenbaker pro- 
I posal as some notable finds have i 
(been made In those three branches 
of Oovenunenl s^tlvlty. 

i Mr Dlefenbaker plans to put for- 
, ward his proposal shortly on the i 
floof of the House of Commons. 

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8I|> Satin (Coiottiat s— 4>j, Octoiwr a, w | 

Students' Neivs 
From Schools 

— 'By ColoaUt Corretpondent — — '' — 

Large Ci’owcl Allencis 
Dance at Victoria High 



Night School Students Learn to “Keep Eye on Ball” Pumpkin Contest Slated 

D r ^ ^ n „ 1# - r/* u:^L 



n . - V II WtUltcn. June Orchard, 1 

ISptty I urdtpy iMacOUUvray. Lorraine B 

^ ' Oeorflna Lowe, and Brian 

C».cyl>,.m# I couth. Ml» Turner arid Mr- 

tjlu€l€*nl in .%> ,tm 1 Mr. Olbb are acllnf aa aj 
A mm f V The Rep BaAketball tea 

At ifit, Totema.hadareatlaalweek 

“ count of the daiM:e. Howev* 



By Ml'GIl CLRTI8 one of the lanfeet crowds seen at a 

Vkiarta Hlfh Ikbaei »cl»ool prom In many years. 

On the sporta scene, Vic Hlfh la 
AiioUjrr busy week lor Victoria jubUant over tite smashing de- 
mc» School atudenu was climaxed handed 

mday night by the annual aUff' High School last Wednaa- 

sponsorod dance. 0»er eOO teen- afternoon at Windsor Park. The 
agera crowded the aclr^^i gym for game «-l. 

the affair which laated from 8 30 to , ^he BaUmiuUm Club. recenUy re- 
11:00 pjn. organised, la now playing games on 

The dance, flrat of the year, drew gjnndays. Wednesdays and Fridays. 
~ oncers of the group Include Joan 

B J| I Whitten. June Orchard, HeaUier 

iSPtty* t (trdiPy iMacOUUvray. Lorraine Browa 

' Oeorgina Lowe, end Brian Alns- 
I cough. Mtia Turner and Mr. Mayne 
tti I § \ •% Jf ' snd Mr. Olbb are acting as sponsors, 
A MM f k C The Rep Basketball team. I he 

/if [fif UOll Totems, had a rest laat week on ac- 

^ count of the daiM:e. However, next 

By Friday Urey will be seen in action 

AhN F.MLRV and KLAlNi: MUOHK against Cnwlrhan High. The pre- 
Meant tleagUa High Krbeol lUmlnary games begin at 8 00. 

* rw I u. • Miss Sheila SUnley. OlrU’ PT. 

^ announced last week that 

dent of the St^enU C^U. cheyaiine Square Oaocera who are 

Betty came to Mount ^tkl« here on October 29. The 

“«*er the direction of Dr. 
and has had a hand to al^ev^ I g Canada 

.aivuy bum* toen. the United States exhibiting the 

all sc^l acUelUfs have done a ArrangeaenU have 

tn*rk. have ^ Stsuiley for stu- 

A good^holar. dents to be admitted at a reduced 

always been well above average. i 

She la very acUve In all achool sports 

such as badminton, tennis, ping- awe 

pong, basketball, grass hockey and liitlinr 

•o/tbsH Last year she won the senior JllllllFl 

girls' tennia cup. ping-pong cup and 
the ping-pong doubisa oup. O 

She is an acUve member of the I Q ^nOIlSOF 
Hi-Y. and was president of the p 

school s Red Cross In her Orad# ^ T^T* I a. 

year, Also. Betty has appeared In MorsktltC lIlCFnt 
several school concerts, and In plays t <11 VII 1 C 5 1 y 

T”,** SONM HOSEMAKT 

ehant of Venice.” ' n.nTT 

Although s leader, she aiwayt co- 1 



For Mount View High 

lly BfcHbU. BOOTH icaplaias and eieveu clam preal<lcut:< 

MOUNT VIIW HUiH IMTIOOI. “P remainder of the 

council. 

The Htudenta' Council, which eu-| _ ... 

p„««, U>. ct ih. Th. dnv. lor «0»ol pin. .u nr. 

Khool Mneuw I. pd.nnln. . H.I- rirt on «rr »lcc«»fuUy hy Andrtj 
to«-.n d.nc. ««1 pumpkin c.it^u '< <■ »op«l 

ir» pumpkins will Do Judi«l on|OW.ln«l on. of Ui« »ur.nln 
.is. Md wrtfht. »<*<»> *<" b. on K.1. In 

— . . . -....m . /..AnriiAt tBe BtudenU OouncU room, and 

^ ^ All this 

between fanner-mind«l people both- nrtimn 

fanners and farmerettes Many of be open foe ontors. 

the students worked at home to| a ooirunlttee has been formed to 
their garden plot tending their uranged programs for regular audl- 
pumpklns with a covetous eye. tortum assemblies. Tiiese programs 

The council ofDcers are. the pregl- reveal the latent talent of the etu- 
dent. Audrey Elis, and the vice- denu and provide a welcome -hangr 
presldeet. Alan Fatt. The eecretary from the purely acactomlc etudtes 
and treasurer aro Audrey Unnes' StudenU are anUclpaUng a number 
and Lome Sinclair. I <rf entertaining hours during the 

The Scribe editor, the three house school year. 

Country Fair Planned 
\By Esq ui malt Students 



■ By FATItlClA UAMU.L 
Esqelnalt High Brheel 

bquimalt High School Is again 
this year planning a eounlry fair. 

On Ortbber 13 an asambly was 
hrld to Domlnaie and elect a 



“Is-Whoy-Maltb.” Bsquimalt High 
School's paper, is said to have been 
the beet yet. 

Most notable is the exoelieot art 
work dons by our newly-imported 
Frank Lewis. HU Uv^ covrn and 



held to nominato ana eiec^ brightened up 

planning committee ^vs deftoUely. 



On* of six group*, now learning secret, of golf In 20-lesson courss sponsored by night Khool 

is shown sbov*. Classes are taught in Central Junior High School gymnasium by professional golfer*. Studwts “ 

right, standma) Helen Cresves. Anne Dyson, Mrs. W. Peden. Helen Becker. Joy Th<^P«n and May Wtniock^ P^ont row 
rilht). teen CarnrheU. lean Thomson. Lome Crocker, Mrs. R. W. Purvee and Aliae Vanderhuist. Shown on extreme right front is 

J. F. Pryke. instructor. 



such as oaominion. tenni*. ping- n w • I 

pong, basketball, grass hockey and liitlinr ! 

so/tbsH Last year she won thesenior III ^1 J|ll|llll ^ 

girls' tennia oup. ping-pong cup and | 

the ping-pong doubisa oup. fY^ O 

She Is an acUvs member of the I Q ^|}()IlS0r 
Hi-Tf. and waa president of the p I 

school s Red Cross in her Grade ^ T^T* I a. I 

year, Also. Betty has appeared In IRormitC YlCFni 

several achool concerts, and In plays t <11 VIIEC5 | 

T”,** SONM EOSEMAKT 

ehant of Venice.” ' ii.nTT 

Although a leader, she aiwayt co- 1 

' ”Par«aU' Night" haa been act for 
Tuesday evening, October 36, at Cen- 
tral Junior High School. At that 
Ume. mothers and fathers of pupils 
attending Grade VII classes will 
have the opportunity to visit the I 
achool and meet the staff. Arthur T. 

Hunkln. principal, will welcome the 
parents to the auditorium of the 
East Building at 9 and will tell 
them of the advantages offered to 
the Junior High School program of 
studies. • 

Miss Olive Heritage, gtrls’ eoun- 
eellor and vke-piinclpal of the 
school, will outline the general | 
courses offered and show how these ] 
courses fit Into the Sesdor Hlghj E 

.School program. The courses which | ^homss Armstrong (left) and Ro 
'lead to technical and vocational «K,mlning net u*ed to catch driven 
.training will be explained by Grant Junior gymnasiom. Im 

£ _ I M. Paterson, boys’ oounitUor. Bow- 

* '’ * * * ■ j lnn<l Grant, director of the Greater have theU homes to ' 

efTTT T4BDI.ST Victoria Bchook* Band. wlU be They visited classes to’ 

operauw with other*, gives every- present to tell of advantages gained ^ school and learned of class- ^ 
one a chance to pul in tlielr s»y, through band work. « room arrangements and procedures, 

and respects the oplnlous of others. i HTt’DENT TFAfHEHA’ VI8IT They will be reluming eariy to' 
Upon graduating from school, she central Junior High School played November for a three* week stay to j 
plarM to go to college and normal ^hoet to seven student teacher* from! the role of “teachers" Among the 
school and to become a teacher. teacher training classes of the visitor* were O. Ballantyne, T. C. i 

- Unlyersity of British Onhunbta last Mathewson. C. H. Smith. J. D.' 

gi| II • - I Monday and Tuesday. All were re- 1 Mundsy. Ian PotU and Misses B.‘ 

ljldS8 l\CJIISlCr(^(l cent graduates of Causdlan iml- ) A. ChrtsU* and D. M. Laldler. 

Two Former Saanich Students 

Meant View High Hchoel i e 

There It one clea* ^wtUtorlng ^IwIV^fl HOIlOrS flt ViltV ^ UllCtlOn 

the Industrial arts department at!^**'"^ J 

Mount View High School this year, i ^ babbaR.A MacCONNACHlB The first achool soccer game 
This Is 9C. whioli has as lU claM[ AUDHrY gMITH -against Mount Newton Hlgli School' 

president Fred Rainea Ray Frost Is v . 'took ^Tlday. It was an exctl- 

srrlbe represenlativr Nertb Saaiilch High H-heel ^ ^ 

Hedhlom and Robert Lee Mount Newton proved to have, 
and wood-working machines. At ^e|^ graduation cla« were the better team for they were vlc- 

3-0. The first goal wasi 
Vlctona Klwam* Club ^ored when the goalie was carried 
triMtv ftrui wnndwark 1 Vancouver Board of Ttade acroas the goal line holding the ball. 

¥l^^irt*of^S^porUnt^rt ^1*" ^^e Bmpr«« BoW. The awardeiThe 

the school Is L. B Matthew*. He to W » essays I close of the second half. j 

^^. 4 ^ w D Anstey and B P I Hedblom was , The Inler-house game* are under i 

Hanito. teach Industrial arts 1 »w»nled 960 for sorood prise and way again with the Blue House a 

■ubjeetj I Robert Lee Wes given honorable |litUe ahead. The senior boys' Blue 

•nte elf under the leadership of ! menUon. I toam defeated thg While'* to soccer. 

Bob Marni and assisted by Fred ' This to the third Ume to femr j i-o. but the White House got their 
Gary Beveridge, Mike Lovejyoan that North Saanich High revenge when the senior boys won- 
and Dick Btone. to undertaking Im- ’ School has won prteei. Mias Grace the basketball game, 36-10. The In- 1 
portant vocaUoMl projects to ron- j Mean and Dennis Bailey were for- termed la to soccer game ended to at 
nectlon with tha gutdance program. | mer wtonen of the awarda | draw with the score 1-1. | 



land five girls were elected. At a 

I later meeting Tretor Jeannva was School clubs are foUi* ail out for 
named chairman. Dorothy Archer money-tnaklng projecls this year, 
hecretary, and Ruby Ross treasurer. ["Kandy " leandy to anyout else). 
The other members of the commit- with that dtollnrt Journalism fla- 

, ^ u I u J lee are: Ted Bounder*. Maxine Pen- for. may be eeen practlcaUy any 

y Wsmock. From row (left lo Frank Uwto. Josle Bhaw. Jeanne cafeteria eo the boy* HI -T WTle's 

mwn on extreme right from is McKay, and Don Fulmer. The tonto- eaeae of pop up to the lunchroom 

1 tire dete of November 30 ha* bseo every noon and with the profit a 

•me Brlttony U the oaJy spanlel'set. 

which potoU out game. The first edlUon of this years* presented to the school each year. 



Thomse Armstrong (left) and Robert Dunn, student* at th* golf Instruction court*, are shown sbov# 
examining net u*ed to catch driven bella Net enables students to tike full ewing at ball inside Centre! 
Junior gymnesiom. Instructors ere Walter OravUn, Fred Burnt and J. P. Pryke, 



Two Former Saanich Students 
Given Honors at Gty Function 



By BARBAR.A MacCONNACHlB 
and AtTlREY gMITB 

Nertb Baanich High Hcheel 

June Hedblom and Robert 
of last year's grsduaUon class were 
f BtarUined Tuesday at a Joint meet- 
ing of Ihs Victoria Klwanl* Chib 
and the Vancouver Board of Trade 
to Ih* Bmprem Bote!. The swards 
for last year's Job study essays 
were presented. June Hedblom was 
awarded 960 for eerond prlH and 
Robert Lee Wes given honorable 
menUon. 

This to the third time to four 
years that North Saanlrh High 
School has sron prixei. Mias Graos 
Mears and Dennis Bailey were for- 
mer winners of the awards. 



The first achool soccer game 
against Mount Newton HIgli School' 
took place Friday. It -was an excit- 
ing game and both teams played 
aretl. Mount Newton proved to have . 
the better team for they were vie- 1 
tortoua, 3-0. The first goal was i 
•cored when Ihe goalie was carried 
acroa* the gnei line holding the ball. 
The second goal rama near the 
close of the second half. j 

The inler-house game* are under i 
way again with the Blue House a 
lltUe aJiead. *rhe senior boys' Blue 
team defeated ihg While'* to soccer. 
l-O, but the White House got their 
revenge wrhen the senior boys won i 
the basketball game. 36-10. The In- 1 
termedlato soccer game ended to ai 
draw with the score 1-1. 



I Mother Says ... \ 

► ^ 
!► “I like the new ^ 

It Me & Me store. \ 

► 1 

^ The kitchenware depart- ^ 

y ment is lovely i 

W i 

r (particularly that gadgeteria)/’ ^ 

► i 

y 1400 Block Government Street ^ 

Afiasf ! k fiood-Wmj iVay to Help 

Check Tooth Decoy 

0/t 



-'OMoaui nietas. 

•Keep your eye on the ball." U theme of losimcier Pryke (left) m 
he *howe Helen Becker correct poenire for drive. Earolment now 
wCTTants additional classes H fawmictof * can b« found. 



Ammoniated 

Tooth Powder 



S CIKNTI KIC iwanrrh indkatoe that you cm help ebar^ 
tooth daoay with a revoluUonajy flew fonnola. But it 
took ('-olfato Ammonia tod Tooth Powder to include thia 
amexinf fomrala in a dMittfrice so good-toiting. nek- 
f9Umin$. and mi>uA-re f rr nk ini eveo )rooiigetera enjoy it I 

D e e sd on a fnnnula devgdoped ^ Uideeriity of litinoia 
acioniiatB, Colgate Ammoniated Tooth Powder give# yoy 
three reel bentfit* thet can help ymir whola family avoid 
tha iiiiwirj . worry and expanse of naedleaa tooth decay. 

Many daotkta uaa and moommaDd ammoolatod dentifrkaa 
aa an aid in coairolltng tooth decay. For cavitiee already 
ferm^, and to aaffre^rd mouth health, bo euiw to 
your dwtiei regular^. 



50 Years of Makina Jelly Powders Assures 



For rwo.9eomrtofM. ih« JcII-O people 



An Eatf , JDXO Treat 

J<f£r0*Befcc«^ 

I wmAmm "-f"— r AM Dtoolve )d!-0 ia hot waw 
. . Chill ia ihellow pm. Oi* la 

• ^ ewbee. PU# I* dswert glswes. 

• MNta^ewi. Awd (tMnbfnfngcobei widi rermirusa 

W49 Acad «Hwed glsia M ** •* Wgredtctits. Gembh with wMp- 

jl„j MMfwe swiMe fed trimi Mokes 9 semagL 





TRAILWAYS 



^II^LINE/ 



WESTERN CANADA 
TRAVEL SERVICE 






□aoQiaaDD|Goo 

aaoaaoQCDlGfac 

nOQIsjrOQB 
■■aClQa DfSB OB] 

ua aouu oBoairi 

gag aaoD oauijj 

QaOa oono odo' 
aaaaa obou qb 
■ iSgSa □□□oM 

CIO Q3C30 naGBOl 
jjaaiaoa aaoo 
jaa 



^Ijjuuauupu 



Ottawa, oct. n o>. — r«i 4U 
*ale» Tolum* tn C&nAd* dr^p«4 
I p«r tvti tfuHnc Aufuat, 
th* «od of tho monUi »'u aUU 
1A per otnt blfher th»o tn AugusU 
IMt. The Bureau of BUlUUee 
ported tAlee of $M5.0UO.OOO. la the 
ftnl eight monihi of 1M9, retail 
VOlunte wu I4A&8.000.000. 



SmmUy, Octoker 23, ]»4i Q;t)r 9atlM QLoIOUIaI 



Finance-G)iiimerce-Market8 



Atrcr^n — 

Pure «t c«B«e« _ 

nuoAMlen C» — 

PTM«r C*. T T 
Cl»Un«ku P«»*f 
Oaoeral 8U*i Wat** . . 

M Uvpaum Um* 

^ Haotllten BriABt 

.51 Heeure SoiiUi — . 

M Ioi»*rtel Oil 
Impanal TMacr* 

.J7 ln4u«l *M«*l 
.. Inil. BroDM ISi«etr 
47 l«a Niri^ 

ttttl. PaiMr 

livil Paw 

B3 r»Biair« PS. 

,ut U*kf ul Uw W»«4s . - 
^ L«»iiar, w*iw M. -- 
.40 Mapla Laat. Co*. 

Uoaoar-HotTtt, CoflC __ 
44 fiuHr.HorrW Pt« 

14 M«^ii-Preatrnac, Con. 
MarWuloa "A ' 

MarUlIloo "B" 

M * O. Papar 

mtohm. Bt*i. 



Epg Market 



To Producer 
Onade “A** lar 
OrBde -A* U 

PuUete 

Onule “B" - 

preweee 

Wholesale: 
OfBde "A- U 
□rode "A* mt 
PuUeU 

Grade **B" - 
,Pee»e«« 



ut^ um ta« i«es 

lu iua. ui lASva 

IM IM tUW 



BO. PoraoA Pr»«. . 
ac. Turl , .. 

Burrore Drreocfe **4*' 
Con VTaaiarn I*m0af 
CoiMtai BaUM 
Ooaai Braoariaa 
M H. MacyUian "A'* 
n R MacMIUon ' B" 
Powail IU*ar 
Bun PoMUbloo 
WaaialMtar Paper “A 
I Waataloatar Popar ‘ B 



Oliver 



rs;Wiiiiiii>pff Grain 

,3ij; WItWiPBO. Oct. » Cf).— Price# 
7*S ihoered B firm trend tn moderelely 
UH'BCtlve trading on the Wlnr\lpeg 
I drain Kichange today. A moderate 
tO'A (shipper demand was seen tn oat« 
n** and barley with a few orders at- 
i^^juibutfd to UB. ftcecninte. 
y>-a| Offerings were fair tn oats but 
t2th|b|ht tn barley. Rye also developed 
44 I a steady uradertone with a few out* 
i*v|sldt buying orders. 



tadM Waal 
McDoutsU Baaur 

Mataurr 

HailMi^ PM# 
cealU 

Pacific Paia 
Roral Csaadlas 
Wpoonar 
Buawt 
Bupariur _ 
Vaaaii* .. .. 

Vukan 

Rorallw 



DOW JONES AVERACiCS 
TUIriy IndesArlals, 1M4« enchgd 
Twenty rails. 44.49. off JZ. 
rmeen eUBUes. 1944. eff Jl. 
tisty-flvc storks. 94A9. eff 41. 
Total sales. Ctl.Mt. 



IHa<ai loiaaimanU, IA4 > 
OtLB 

Bid 

AiM(«n0a M 

Ass*-Caaadlas A 40 

AUS(>>t« - — H 

Brttlah OsnlotM _____ l« 

- - • IS 



kakad 

la 

ate 

> M 



STOPS 

HEADACHE 



COB. Carp. 



C'anual Ladaa 
OOAWalt 



rKUSTSB SSCTIOR 

mwaa 



OalkMai* 



Amarkan Can 
A*artcaA TObaccs "• * 
Aaarkas B*aiiar 
A*arlean Tal a TaL 
Anaconda Caspar . .. 



Even for double the 
price you can't buy 
anything better than 



Montreal Slocks 

MONTREAL. Oct. W 
UBdlng kept prlc. changm to BjNa||«.| 
narrow range on the Montreal H^uMai sic^j 

Stock EBcbange and Curb Si. Kan#" 

tudav Poaail Hi»*T 

, Pi aar Oers. 

Gains aud losses balanced one Prtra Broa 



Bapcnna Caas. 

Hrairfi.a 

H'Utat Rl**r Coa. 
B M X nsui 
.(.anuia Can bon .. 
Caribou Oald 
' CoMraaa 
Oaarta Oepsar 
Oalc4Mida 

{Orandvitv . _ 

Orull Wlhkiaa - 
Hadkr Maacot _ 
Hlaltlabil Balk 
taJand Mountain . 



Caaaold ______ 

CaAIr 

Cariboo Budaoa (Ravi 

pan ton tA 

Badlai AmAleainaiod . 
lladlay MimArtb 
lltdlar Tuolwao . 



Atehlaon Tavaha 



B. 4 O. Rativar 



BaldViD lAirosioura 



Sltb 

Si Bardaa 
St C.PR. 

1114 C. A O. Rativar 



(B. L. Hu*bar U4 1 

Opon Hlsh Iwv Clfiaa 
.... IMS IMS >M SMS 
UI Ills USS IMS 
(MS IMS IMS U7S 



Noam Oold 



.Od Cbryalar 

^ CM Bdlaos 

Dupoot - 

IS BaaUBan Kodak . 

Kria RK. — - 

.SIS iritnaral Pooda 

.11 Oancral Dactitd . — 

.SS OanarAl Motora . 

OoodJaar Tlrt 

.St NometiAka Minins - - 

.SI Inti. Karaaatar . 

.0# iBll. Paper ^ - 

M mu. Ntekal 

JS Jokoa-MatirlUa . .. - 

Kannacoit CopsOT ... 

ss Loa«t TUaatra 

IS National Blariill 

Nav York raaUAl - 

Norfalk Waaiara 

Hortbarn PaeillC 

.SO Pac. Oaa Dae. 

,n Ptn-A»arlrAn Alrvart 

JMS Pann Railvar 

JHS Proctor aanbls . 

M Pub. 8*« . R r. - 

.13 R«publk Siaal 

.SS Bcbonlar DtatlUars — 

,U Btand. Caltl. 



RETURN lUS FARES 
FROM SEATTLE 



Indian 



Barltr 



(Mrmpk 

Pilot _ 

Bavdl Arsbiae 

Bpbd VaUar 
Tailor WindfaQ 



_ 141 1«1S ItSS UTS 

_ MIS UlS UlS 143S 
_ iSSS IMS IMS ll%s 

■3 ns S3 ns 
•n\ TVS ns alts 
ns ns ns ans 

CASa OKAIR 



PORTLAND S 6 a 95 
SAN FRANCISCO S 24 . 4 C 



Pacllie Nkkal 

Pvni] Oradta . 

pionrar Oold 

prriu;> r Bordar . 
Prtvataar 
OttSUlBo Coppaa 
Ratraa McDonald 
Rano Ould 
Bbaap Cicik __ 
ailbak PranWr _ 
B»*ar RIdta 
Tailor Brtdia 

Vananda 



lovUl 

-TPciT 



Wimavatar 



AlUaDca 

Amakamaiad <BC.> 
Ariov - -- 
Baitk 

roaatal 



41S ! ~ 

Its I _ 

sis iOab. IniaaL Pusd 
tSSlcao. Bank of Cwm 
4SS|DMBlnl0D Bank 
17V» ' Impel lal Bank 
tl ] Bank Ol Moniiaal 
t I Dam af Ro*a Bci 
laS, Roral Bank 
14 S Bank ol Toronlo . 
MS AUaa Biaol 
Sts AbiuM. Can. _ 
3IH‘AblUbl. PId. __ 
MSIAlsovta BMtl 
IIS I kluminuBi. Coa. . 
MS Alunlaiaa. PM. ^ 
11 I Aabaatoa Carp. _ 
MS'Batharat "A" 

SIS I Ball Tatepbona 
MS ' Broitlian TracthM 
4S'i Br. Aeirr. Oil 
SIS BC. Poraat Prod. 
MS BC. Poo ar 'A' 
fS Btovb. Co*. 

I4S IrovD. Pfd. 

MS Bruck MlUa "A” 
n Brvck Mllia 'Tl ' 
MS BuUdins Pred. - 
Boloto Oold _ 
Can. Oe* Busar 
MalUra 



OoaUnaotal 



Kapira 

OranviUa 

Hanna 

lAdua CMaol 



Track 



^^idiicaRo Grain ! 

i CHICAGO. Oct n on— Grains 
IS today showed an easier trend with- 
^^lout developing any pronounced 
us weakneM on the Board of TTade 
Largest losses were to soybeans. 
M,^' running to more than a cent at 
4)s times. Toward the close a mild 
'rally reduced or canceled early 

34k decUnet. 

3S*i 

IS 

S3 I m. 4 Hombar. Ud > 

IS Wbaat— OpoB Hivb Urv Aaaa 

IS ooc. tu 114 ms luH 

MS 'Mar. 314S luS SUS 3US 



Wailineton 



I MldlABd 
Nov RaBchmaa 
Pbinipa Pata. . 
; PrUiraaa 
I eobth Braaaaa 



RAIL— STEAMSHIP 



REGULAR ONE WAY FARES 
FROM SEATTLE 

LOS ANGELES 163.56 
CHICAGO SI 13,15 



Tumor vaDar 

ODltad . 



Kvervday cares srv burd«»d en»u*h 

for women to shoulder withmit the lorOIlto ntOrHR 
•ddvd of TORONTO. Oct 23 CP>. — Bose 

t^ to IWham s pCJ ; ^ 

This purely vegeuble compound, Bn appraclRble gain to dull trading 
bNpe them— gently end ptssBantly | In today's shcrt session on the To* 
— to smooth, tlmroufh e ll m i n ati rm . | ronto Stock Exchange. Indostrlals 
It aida, too, in psImy^ tbs din aUpped fracUonally, golda moved tn 

Bnd Western 
Volume was 



To GREAT BRITAIN 
For XMAS and NEW YEAR 



Eanitb Radia 



Closing Averages 

(JaskM RUhardMB a Baea. Ud.) 

* TOEONTO 

ladustrlalB. 193-39, off 49 
Golds. 108 T6. off .00. 

Bass metsls, 108.79, izp 148. 
Wsstem oils 17 48. op 80. 

TotsJ aalM. 490.000. 

MO^ITltEAL 
Industrials. 191 1. off 4. 
UUbUes. 74 e. off .1. 

Golds. 6l40, up 43. 

Pulp and papers, 99I1J0. up .11. 
Total tales. 147,500. 



I Mis were up sUgbUy. 
about 970.000 aharea. 

Very UUle action was recorded to 
the senior gold list Junior Iscuee 



Ar« rea eatberTaMBd aatf taMonveateaMd 
by too fraqaant KUtney AetlM SartBS lha 
day er uwM* Tliia aympka* aa van aa 
BeiaTUng PaAaagaa. BackaatM. Lvf Patna. 
Iioaa of Enartr, RhauiMUa PaMa and Haad- 
aebaa auyba dua U) KiSaey and Bladdar 
trvublaa. Tba vary firs, ddaa ot Uw aeWB- 
UScaUy aoffiiKMiooad awdlelna caUad CyfNa 
uauaUy foaa U work risbi new balptxid na- 
tar* allmlitaU IrrUattns aera* arida aod 
wutaa wbkh nar — ■ • 

0#te, : To prora vl 
you balp fro* tba 

nay and Uaddar . 

year driicrut and fWa It ■ fair trial. Dnlaaa 

talufiad. r“: " " “ 

turn D( aapiy 



CMOtRaTtOR BAlt SRB 41B.— TIS MOMTBS4L 
(Taa4*eaa Baatk an Ttvla — Boik Way*) 



es-oar umr I BO1 d. 30 kssskvanoR 

(Oiwiiai P*a«*n) I _ _ _ I •rAK4rrrna 

VIA PANAMA CANAL TO UNITED KINGDOM 
kPuisTXB ROW roe spbinq tAnjRot 



eONFIDENOE III 6 AIUDE 



AMt/K Ob*- 

Ablubt 11 M Pfd. 
Acadia AU Bnaar **4^ 
Altoeia Maal 



Wa ballaaa tba vraMi allaaliaa ta famabia laa »a 
lavaata»*«l a4 aarlaya aad ika fadaataykWii a4 Nada 
la aalaalad laa«aa la aaaadaar*. ya* way SlaraM 
vHb *a aay a*««ti*a affacUac ravr (araataiaalj 



cauaa year troubla. Trial 
al Cyatea mar do to brins 
paUia and dtalraaa ol Kid- 
;roublaa. art Cnfea lr«» 



Alamtnam 



Aakdoaat RbadVara *-A 

Baatla Brno. 

Ball ToiayborW 

Braalllan Traction 

Brack MtlU ••A " 

Bruck MIU* ''B " . ._ 

■ r Poraat 

B A. Oil 

DC. Povar "A" 

Oan. c*wao(, Cow. _ 
0 A D. Baser ____ 
Caa. Bravartaa 
Can. Car * IMrr. Con 
Caa. Car A Pdrr. ••A" 
Oaa. euamahipa. Com. 
Can. Btaaaaahipa. Mi. 
Cob Cannara '*A" 

QtB. Oanciara *'B' 

Oan. Cannara, Oo*. 



you rrt your moaiy back on ra< 

r_7'.; 7i:_aca Bo dont suBar an- 

oibat day vttbeat trylsi CrvMk. 



aHirPIRO AOKRTS 



Canadian GoTemment. Maniel|Ml 
and CorDoratlan Sernritlaa 



Oan. (^lanaaa, II H Pfd. 
ran. OalantM. It M Pfd. 
Ca». CHI . 

cin 

Conaolidalad Paper 
Oonaoltdatad Batallar* . 
Can Waatarn Lumbar . . 
DtatiUara-Baatraacia __ 
CMm. Bridta ■ 

Dorn. Pdrtaa A etaal _ 

hew Btoal 4 Coal “B** . 

Oem. Teatllaa - 



Wa4>dr Gtutdj Ar C^mpanf 

limited 



611 View Street 
Phone 

bearrm 4281 



Perd ef Canada ”A‘ 
Pnaar Co 
Oaitnaau Pevtr 
Oraat Lakta Paper 
Oeedyvar 

Oppaam — 

Rtram Walk ar . 
Impanai Bank - 
teipartal Oli 

mil RickM 

miL Papar 

Irtl. Pal*. 

LoWav '-A* . 

t4*lav "B * 

M r Cal I • Men t«n ac 
MrOeIl.pr*nianaa, I 
Maaaar-Harrla 
Maway.Rarrla Pfi 
MarMinaa "A'* 
MacMillan "B'' .« 
MAO. 

National Bravartaa 
RattMal Blaal (Tar 



ram 



No oecd 10 w o rr y about inee wbca yoor mooev 
,s iDYestcd in Csnsds Saviiifa Bond* • t . tbey 
are top Bight e e c uri ty and siwayt worth what 
yon pay for tbera. Beside* they are rpgUtpred 
aa to priodpal in your name i t . no one else 
ran cash them. 



(TeUata 



For the amartest five-room home to Victoria . . . raal bona-fide vahis and to no way inflated • . . 
then consider one of these five-room bomca, conwsttog of two bedrooms, living and dining-room, 
nook, laundry and car port, concrete dHvewajra and walks. Situated on Urge lota, 6S s 120, ad>o4fM 
ing Oak Bay to Dean Heights, close to tchooU, etoret and tranaportatlon. These hornet are ei^uipped 
with range, refrigerator, Bendix waaher, aatomatic radiant heat under floors covered with the beet 
grade wall-te-wall embosaed broadloom carpets and beet tpulity inlaid Itooe. Porch and entrance 
halla^Bve quarry tile hearths. 

These homes sra folly InsuUted. Roofed with lifetime ofie-ioch-thick ceJar ahakee and eidad with 
attractively epp<Hntad exterior plywoods end brick veneer, end lifetime steel windows. Inside is 
ZonoUte non-crack or chip plaster on Oyproc lath and very laatefnUy decoratod, the whole with 
combination of scattered Roman tfla pUnong areas and wall highlights, blends practicability with 
gUmour to give you contentment and eaae of fraHoui livtog. 

tn building these homes together an(i purchasing suppUse accordingly, ws are able to pass along 
to you a saving of approximataly 1600 per houses which allows ua to aeli them at a pries of tl2,900 
to 12,900, reepectivsly on terms of U.OOO or mors down and |89.00 or less par month, depending 
on cash etjuity. 



I orvaea Oraab . 

pat# RaraOT . .. 

Prip* Broa 

I Partly plaar 

Parity ^<fur. Pfd. 

Bbavtnlaan 

Blelta' Braverloe . _ 

Btwoaoa', Pfd. 

Boutbaia Praoa 
B(*«< e! Canada 
aw«l «f Canada, PT4. 
Ottiud nu«i 
tloc. Waatana 
Oae. WaatMA Pfd. _ 



Anv -Ames oAicc or rrprrecntative wil] be glad 
to obtain yoor Canada Savinft Bonds (or yoa 



rNIQrS RAIl.WAT 
Oermany Is the only country 
that haa developed sod success- 
fully operated a mono-rsUwsy, with 
ear* suspended from a single over- 
head rail. 



The Daily Cross-Word Puzzle 

i nrrrn rrr 

i. Lanai. - __ __ __ ^ ^ 

It. T* ba a«T»a*blA It Ag 

13. T* A*M 

,4. Ttw Ortt^ q 

IS. mud* eo*«» ^ 

IT. pron*«n ^ ^ __ ^ ^ ^ _ 

u. 9»">M . > IT 18^ ® 

IS. Ruba dll- MRw RSSS 

w ruBoi *f lia»»M 

Ij, Rti* at a«*»# wf — M |»“ " “■TStJSVr 

IX. Bordar *f aa *k- •* 

s iir-r sm- 



A. K. AmoR & Iki 



irndkaia. }HS 



liBBltetd 

Fvafiaeas K*<AMIjAad IM9 
Rvyal Trust Buildtog. Vlel a rie— Ts i eph— e B 4171 

ToaoMTO MOMracAL wmwipce vawoouvsb lomooh, owr, 
QTTAVA HAUILTOH HirCMIWSa ar. CATHASIWta 

OWflM aOUNO LOMDOM. eMB. 



Salt SpriHg ItlaiiE 

FERRY SERVICE 

EFFICTIVE OCTOBER 3rd 



B 3904 for Further Informofion ond Appoinfmtnf 



Meadey, Tvesdey, Thersdey, 
Setwrdey ead Seadey 
to. to tvarlB 

Palfard Bay 

S'tl am. t:1l am. 

4-ss am I.SS »m 

Ha Service e« Wsdvmder 



3S. Oanw *t ir**a. 

Tl 0*M m»n»i»rT 
anil o4 toina 
(pi 

SS PoUd. 

IS. RBtaiaa. ^ 

11 cdd loaW w™ •» 
BMrtUah wwan. 

14 . Prwnoau. 

IS BbiP • >Ml *■ 
34 Toatonlr deity. 

51. A kind at waL 
Sd. P»r*le»»«r. 

15. Paatry 

44 Uualcai uMa. 

41 . P*rtalnl(i| w 

Anna 

43 Tba art now 
43. BMth Anaricas 
rvwtnantA 
u Warkor 
It. A maaovT* w 
Oormanr l*Li. 
a lUvoUad. 



“A Load Off My Mind” 

^ ! made my 

Will y«*terd«y. Been 
going to do It for 9 
long time Vut Juit 
./ didn't get around to 
II it I nAm«d The 

^ ^ Canada Trust Com* 

^ pany as my axocutor 

— not that II! hava a minion or two to ba 

looked aftaY— but what 1*11 have will ba 
mighty Important to my wife and childras. 
As the trust company has over 45 years' 
axparianca I f«al this is a wise mova. Sura 
takaa a load off my mind." 



> M. T* «pr«y *v U»a 

Ada af- 

. H. Pwu m («rr*«4 
I paaliWv. 

M Btaand 
I M. 8w*U elaw 4*4- 
Uoa 

'll. Tu»# 

<33. Ctiarbvd 
.31. MolaaBhaly. 
lit. Rapvinw* 

'3S- noaart niwkd. 

: 3S. T« vklaa ohlld- 
WBiy. 

41. TK* oa a Slaaas 



DOWN 
I. Moatlal 1 
3. p«r r*ar I 



Wiitfn joo isk for Seoteb 

..specify "White Horse 



At. pmr- 4 v* 



C^SadaDiust 

* C o m p a ny 



THE SOCIETY OF 
INDUSTRIAL ACCOUNTANTS OF 
BRITISH COLUMBIA 

Bu sm ess Msthemstica Tuea.., 29th Oct— 7:90 P.M. 

AcccBBt ii kg 1 Thura., 27th Oct— 7. 'XI P.M. 

EDtraore for these ceuriea of tha Society will be accepted at 
VICTORIA COLLEGE, on lh« dates set out above. 

Pwnher information may b* obtainod frea: 

J. K. PeiidM Tel. R 2178. B 4)99 



Tkaii VT TtAB, tha careful choice and 
blending of fully««Batarpd whiskies 
pitenra a standard of trscallatbco in 
**WhHa Horae** that every palate can 
appreriatsi. Aak for "*Wh4la Horaa**t 
Sold tn 26U oa. hotflea. 



eve nggnalkwn *ad tVt »ar- 
tlovlar* aSavt I rata, baa I faroi 
aad paoapvriA «aX er vrIM; 



Victoria Adwitory Board 
Arthur D. Creaaa, K.C.. Chairman 
Hon. John Hart LLD. H. B. Hnnwr. D.S.O. 

ft H. R. K«r J. W. Rugald* 

R. W. Whittoma J. Harold WfWon 

lilt Oevamment gt 0. B. 0. Whhaker, Managtr 



SCOTCH WHISKY 



This advertiaement It not published or displayed by the Liquor Coritrol Board or by (ha 

Covernmenl of Brrtith pjiumbia. 









[keeping bri|l»ler itudrntji hmy wliUe fifiiU] QlflllSUiflt Sbh4«)f, October Z3, 1949 



Minister of Eduralion 
Gives Talk at ('ourtenay 



' brUigtxif aku>« tbe low pupiii. 

> M> BuwHli felt Ui«t thb rneHuid 
IntfOTMl «4U«1 education opportonl- 
Uee for «U etudenU. refordleM of 
their eblUty U> loom rmpldly or 
ilowly. 



Vancouver Island News 



Uon of Stiutlnuj o >igu fine »nd ms of WUluni Luuclu of Niuietmo 

‘guSU. uf Uii« months tn )»ll. wnrir iw attn 

i Jobnslua wu n»ed in police court in the Ctmtay oreo September 1». 
too bein,' oonticted oo a charie of Evldwe fiven at Johusiuns 
IcflBunal neflifeiHi- in the dlschATte trial showed that he ahol at a 
I of a hunting rifle moving rbject without flxat m alti n g 



COURTENAY. Oct. J3 -Bliare# of lng to their I.Q. ao that the work 
tax proceeds which are given, of a low student U graded at his 
to munlcipsUtlas in British Oolum-!own level, rather than at the leveli 
Ula are msaut to be used for educa- , of the brighter student 
tlonal purposes only. EducaUtm DEVELOP 8 Y 8 TEM 

Minister W. T. Stralth told an ^0 a question whether 

audience of #00 In Courtenay Friday system did not thiU wliole 
nlflil flfsuTf would have to be taught at 

Mr. Slrallh said the Uovenuneul tlie level of tbe least mtelUgem 
[had DO wish to teU rnunlclpaimas p^pu, Mr Stralth said teachers 
I how they should use their portion instructed to find means of 



Frum Coloniit Corragpoadents 



Hasty Hunter ! 
Given Fine 

LADYSMITH. OcL 2J -Too much 
j haste In firing at what ho thought 
I was a deer baa cost William John- 



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Photograph shows Caiwtaph at Ganges. Salt Spring Island, ’'I**'^* •”"***^ ®*‘ 

L«rcmony will be held November 11. Arrangemenis wfll be made by Salt Spring I 
Carudun Legion. I.O.D.E.. Boy Scoots. Girl Ooidss, Brownlee and all other 
. tions will participate. 



Seek School at Roysloti 
7V> ifTomiiKHlale Pupils 

ROY'BTON. OcL a 3 --Coustruction .said, aince U would lend to anhaucc. 
jf a three-room Khool and activity |or at least, malnuin property values 
room here was suggested by Mrs. in the area. 

Si. C. Chrb-ue at the recent annual * A consolidated high schooJ a: 
kcliool mceliug. ! Courtenay was "the fcry to the wlK»le 

Mrs Christie said there were more | educational problem in Dlsiiict 71.” 
Fluyslori children In grades I and S|satd School Inspector H D. BUl- 
low than there had been In the i ford 

riral six gradca In 1P42. ' Cotutruction of elementary 

At nresent, majority of the child- IsrhooU would solve only part of the 



Pioneer Dies 
Al iNanaimo 



NANAIMO. Oci. #2 iCF» ■ The 
“oldmt commercial (reveler on the 
foart'* — 71 -year-old Lionel James 
Peake . died here Pridjiy foUowmg a 
heart attack several days ago. 

Mr Peake had been a aalesuun 
tn the hardware buslrieiw afnee he 
was 13. 

lie came to Bmu.UCoiumbls from 
the PrwUie.s. arriving in Vlciorla 
In IBM to assnmr the poatMon of 
managrr of Uie W. 8 Fraser Com- 
pany. wholesale hardware firm. 



problem, he .vld 



8 D Donaldson ami Mrs K L 



CumbrrUtid. Courtenay and Mlnlo 
Such a school should appeal to Hrarlc were named rural represan 
older taxpayers also. Mrs ChrUtlC’UUves for the Royston area 



For Sheli-Oiil 
At Parksville 



A medical centre Is being organ- 
ised at Qualtcum and will be equip- 
ped with a first aid and loan cup- 
board. 

Volunteer work at the Red Croas 
Victoria Lodge was described by 
Mm. Carl Pfervder. 



CHKMA1NU8 Oct. 33 — DrapUe 
reports which may have Indicated 
otherwise. Canadian Red Croea 



PARKSVILLE. Oct Xi — Park.v- 
vlile children will go all ouf for 
shell-out Uckets Hallowe'en night. 
Prises will be awarded to eoUectors 
of the most UckrU at a Hallowe'en 
iwrty 111 the Parksville Community 
Centre. 

Tl»e tickets are being distributed 
by the f^ksvtUe Kinsmen Club 
through schools in the disUlcL 

Beal coatumM. and the beet hand- 
carved pumpkin, also will vrln'piixea 
at the party. 

A dance for auliool seniors will 
follow, and the high achool student 
cooncU wUl present ita "Cowboy 
Jamboree.'* 

Kinamen discussed the eponsor- 
ship of a local boxing club at a re- 
cent meellng, and tentatively 
planned a Winter concert. 



INcighbom Jjavp 

(Jiild From Flame* 

N anaimo, oct. 33 cn.~ 
Swift action by two 
nelghborliig heuscwlvea saved 
the life of five-year-old ahlr- 
ley Hepting after the chOd's 
clothing caught fire. 

Shirley and her brother 
were "playing ' with matchea 
Friday whan Mrs. R lYre and 
Mm. E. Hayes heard Shirley's 
screams. They rushed to her 
aid and put out the flamaa. 

BoUi suffered slightly 
burned hands. 

Parents of the children were 
absent at Ihs time. 



dlaii Red Croaa Hsadquartera, 
“stating plainly" that It was only 
the Canadian overseas office of the 
Red CroM In London, and not over- 
seas work In England, that was no 
kmger needed. 

CARRY ON WORK 

Canadian Red Cmes work in Eng- 
land and Europe will be carried on 
through the organlxatlon'i head- 
ouarters In Canada, **n«>w that the 
peak of the wartime emergency Is 
past" 

Mr Banflcld slreased the need 
for continued peacetime work by 
the Red Croaa. citing as examples 
the Norontc disaster and British 
Columbia "outpoet" hospitals. 

An appeal for blood donors by 
;OoL M. D. Robertson was Illustrated 
by a film. 

Reqiremeiils (or the service are 
now 100 pints of blood dally. 

Ht MMARlZr. ACTIVITY 

Courtenay. Nanaimo, Albeml and 
Quallcura-ParksvUle gave brief sum- 
' cnarlea of their aetlvitles. 



Wcailicr Forecakl* 



vals this afternoon. Little change 
tn tmnperature. Ught vrlnds in- 
rreasliiK to northeast 30 m p.h. 
this morning. Outlook for Mon- 
day clear. 

West Coast of Vancouver Island - 
Overcast with dense fog along the 
coast. Little chairgs In tempera- 
ture. Light winds. 



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CHEMAINUS, October 83— After 
70 years of service, beglnnlnf aJt a 
trading-post and ending as a de- 
partment store, a tired aid frame 
building here has finally cloaed Tts 
doors to the public. 

It b the Victoria Lumber Com- 
pany store, a Chemalnus Isr;?*.— iark 
whoae place will be taken by seven 
brand new shops. 

The old store, thrice enlarged to 
meet the needs of tlie growing 
■own, was opened In the IftVn as a 
barter post In the Indian trade, and 
as a commissary for the local saw- 
mlU. 



It was btiilt by tbe mill owner. O 
Askew. His wife, between stints of 
gruelling work In the mill, would 
open their little store to barter with 
Indians who cams In by (wnoe to 
trade furs for tobacco, clothing and 
food. 

The store was later sold to A. R 
Johnson A Company of Nanaimo 
In Ita chequered career, the store 
was used for church services, public ! 
meetings, residential quarters and 
as a warehouse. 

It arUl be replaced by a new block' 
housitlb a restaurant, a drygoods 
shop, a meat market, a men's wear 
•hop and other bualnessea. 



^WHITBREAD S 



More Report Gard Information 
Asked hy P.-T.A. of Ladysmith 



I1))s advtrttsement U not pub- 
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Ladysmith. Oct. 23 — The I«dy- ;30 in favor, eight against (on 
(Aith Disiriel P-TA. wants mors jof a P.-TA. branch at Sallalr, 

**ooarretc InlormeUou" In cbtidran'si - n. 

a^ionl report cards. j 

A resolutlnn was passe d at a re- [ MjjpMMjM 
cant P.-TA. 



the Governmsnt of BrilU! 
ColumbiR. 



• At the Arvt sign at a drill, 
a layer of TaaBwooiwa 

MBCMCATao Wool on tbs 
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penetrating best and medica- 
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meetUri. to be for- 
warded to the liutysmlth Teachers' 
Agsodatlon. aaklng It to ''dtscuai the 
matter of elsmenury Khool repm-t 
cards, with a view to ths poiwibUlty 
of giving conbrele tnfonnatUm. at 
least once a year, on the basic sub- 
jaeto— reading, wnung, lanr>ag« and 
arithmetic ** 

NOT RA'nsrAtTORY 

The objection was raised Utat 
‘'Ucks" and **S's' do not provide 
parents with satisfactory Informa- 
tion on a child's progress. 

Speaking against "too much in- 
formation*' on report cards, a 
teacher said that Mbolastlc achieve- 
ment was not alt that was deshmble 
In education and tlial a "wsll-ad- 
Jiisled. socially accepted ehUd** ares 
ths chief aim of toariUng today. 

Too much Information la likely to 
pnaant a ’7op-^ded vl«w." the 
wacher added. 

Mrs Thelma Robertson repnr’ed 



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THE MAD RUSSIArr 

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• VirrORIA, BRITISH COLl MBIA, SUNDAY, OCIOBKR 23, 1949 



NO. 267— NINKTY-FIRST YEAR 



Y.M.C.A. Hodpsters 
Suffer Second Loss, 

I 

Arrow Eiiniilurr L'paHa I.liampious 
Again by 39-30 Score — Aces ViclorA ■ 

proving Uut Ust week'* up*eti The curtain rmliwr aaw Uie| 
rictory over Uie YA1.C.A. wm no , Arrow*' girl* completely outclaaa the j 
Occident, Arrow* Furniture quintette Mooee end welts In to en easy ! 
egairt threw the eaencletlon basket victory. 

toeaern for a loa* to the tune o(| v.MCiL— rurk i. ewu t. wricbt *. 
SD 30 in the featurwl aenlor 

baakrtbeU game at Victoria High ' Arro« r«niiiur*~vus le, hsripmi e. 

■ , McCMhVT 4. J. IUO*uo 1. T. RaowMI •. 

School laec night. I CWaiDcr « Anemoa 1 TaUL M 

In piwUmlnary Victoria and Dl*- . ^ I 

trlct Baaketball League conieets. the srowa. Toui,*“ie! ' 

eenlor -B" Brentwood Aces outlasted • 'I. 

Fletcher’* Men'* Wear for a 40-&4 Hc^ eunch «. a»«Ji«rt i. Toi*j. 4 i. 
j , , j 4 .1 « Fl«leh«r*- MeCorkaU I. aanlor# I#, 

declAion, and in the gtris inter* turuar i, lmiu *. oai««r *. wm« 4 

medUie -B" dlvl^n. Arrow yvnil- »««, I*, w. a«na 1 . 

tore *wamped Che Moose. 42*10. w. Turoar * r. mrn«r *. Vardirr 1 
urrL* < HOH E •"*" “ . 



Nanaimo Repulses United Attack 



^ m 



DruceCounlsTliree 
In United Victory 

Uentre Forward Provide** Spark 
For 4-1 'I riuinpli Over Nanaimo XI 



MOW Tn.f STA.^O 
W D L. r 



, number again but It* mads enough 



VaMaavir 4 1 I IV U S DniM im Ivlm 

avtth KSMa s a 4 II 14 • *■«'*<« ui* twice. 

VU TOaiA t I I I* is *1 NASAIMO l.VAIth 

WntMla«lar t * 4 II I* I , hlA?IAI»iy l.CAUb 

Kaaaiw. * * * I* ** 4 Nanaimo look Uie lead When We!- 

As Tummy Dnice goes, so goes , ^*ce MiUig an rapped home a gu..l 
Vktorla UhlCed. The Mg and rugged, from dlrecUy in front after Uklug 
centre-forward was reaily gMng at Rices fast pass for a first-time 
Royal Athletic Park yeeterday after- |kh«h The play followed a free kks 
noon and, as a result. United moved 'just ouUlde the penalty area «> the 
from the ba s ement to fourth place !n of Vleiotia nets 



the Coast Soccer League standings 
with a 4*1 triumph over Nanaimo. 



United missed a cliance to sguaie 
mailera when Rookie Den MeUee, 



Playing av rarenorse speec, 

Arrows and the T** battled neck I •|l|1|f|p4 If 

and neck until the dying momenta ■ XJilllHllvl- 1 <%I III 

of the main attraction. 

There was little to chooae between Ik l^iknilAkt* 

the cluba for the first 36 minute*. IVCcUN 1 IIIIIICI 
Arrows' more accurate shooting In . 1 

the dying momenta accounted for /’k__t. 
their winning margin. vlUt 0l KdCC 



rareborse 



and neck until the dying moments 
of the main attraction. 

There was little to choose between 
the clubs for the first 36 minute*. 
Arrows' more accurate shooting In 
the dying momenta account4Kl for 
their winning margin. 

The game produced few good ex* 
ample* of teamwork, but It did 



* colovlvl Ptioi« 

Nanaimo Goalie B 4 rrnlc Rosen grabs ball to clear from Victoria United attack at Left-Half Fred Johnnie and Fullback Ron Gibbona 
<No. 17) move in to proyide him with protection. In centre foreground it Den McGee of United, cloecly marked by Charlie Williama 
of Nanaimo. United forward! coming in at right are Tommy Droct (cstreme right), who netted three goals, and Gordy Creed. United 
gained deciaton in Coatt Soccer I-^E* 5 e game payed at Royal Athletic Park yesterday.* 



Improving each lime out, Druce *ho showed enough to warrant iho 
1 came through with hla second three- belief be is a comer, waa elected 
I goal performance of the season to taka • spot kirk and CK«ile 
'emerge as lha hlgeet scoring player Bernle Rosen blocked his weak 
I In the league wlUi a total of eight ] effort. Druce did tie It up about 
Igoala. Included In Druce's goal scor* ' the 20-minute mark with the 
ling efforts were the tying and win- | prcUlMt shot of the game, a left- 



BALUMOAB. Oct 33 pp).— Calu- 



produce soma aensatkmal Individual I met Farm attempted tonight to 
alTorU. Erma Fo* was once again Friday's Pimlico Special 

the mainstay of Harold Turner's ^ ^ ^ i 

4 h«e. *Uh . fln. l' 4 ldu« oul lU 



charge* with a fine defensive “ _/ _ . 

and K«n. untnnny thr^-yanr-oW rt.r. Ponder. 

hand baskets. Vlo Dale was out- The Maryland Jockey Club an- 
aundlng for th# T." He *dded Calumet's decision which 

three sansalionai sboU to hla usual atsured a contest between at least 



steady defensive per/onuance. Coaltown, Calumef* other ace, and NoaTnsat division 

C'SOWn-PLEAAER Oreentraa's Capot. w. u b. r ^ Wv 

Nlneleen points b, Oordl. Bam- J I ? 5 ^ ‘J 

ford was not enough U> salvage »‘«ht snd en- 5 I 2 S S s* 

tory for Fletcher, as Rennie Bonn 2 2 2 S t! 2 

led Brentwood to an exciting i ^ Ooaltown u*u*i. l»» Axpu. w 

over the Clothlera The free scoring ' ’ soitmtav mvwioK 

ooDieal was one of the b4wt of the ! John Uaver. trainer of Capot. had , ^ . w ^ ^ A ^7 

young seaMm and had the scanty Informed the Jocker Club he would o*«r» * * i • ti it # 

crowd on lie toee throughouL refuae lo start the Oreenlrei: oolt \ • J |? 22 t 

against both Calumet thorough- rrm* i t s is st s 

Officiflk '’C..r«ln, n. k«p out Pnndrr, "" RoynKrtUl! 

OvCii \/l I It lala Calumet passed »iP “’■ tWrd **Jb- * game In hand, moved Into a 

Th. OommertUl Hockry L«.u. WhlrUw.y ^ fU.l-pI«^ U. with 8..IU. Iromnenj 

U in need Of referees, llmekeepen. In the past had scared ui the Northern Division of the 

goal Judges, etc. Any person inter- chaUengeri In their peak p^c\1lc Coast Hockey ^ague last 

ested in acting in one of the above night. The smooth-passing Royals 

official capacitlM is asked to attend I The decision also prevented Catu- moved Into Tacoma to hand the 
a meeting at 73S Yatea Street lo- met from sewing up beycsul Us sixth i Rockets a 7-2 lacing, 
morrow evening at « o'clock. | victory in the special Only thrre penalUes marred the 

clean battle with the New West- ' 

. .k\ . minster defence performing In 

^ standout fashion. Both goalies, Doug ' 

kit mS Hs|r^ v Btevenaon of Tacoma and Jeiry Oot - 1 

\ r M V ^ V T -O'. “■"« “p pf' 

mSSi IIA ^ brlUiant blocks. 

^ V ?* Bit ;> /_ 0 Sx At Portland. Uie Penguins gave' 

Los Angrlra Monarch* a rough rr- 
/ \ ^ ^ ^ ception as the Soyihern Dlvlsjon 

AUv *^4/ . HM *TAklfl seiteue began iu Northern In-, 



Royals Tie 
For Lead 
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morrow evening at 8 o'clock. 



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Sporl.H Fixlurrs 
Today, Toniturow 

TODAY 

Beceer 

1.30 pin. — City senior, 
Esquimau vi. Duncan. Royal 
Athlrile Park. 

1.15 p4n.^Clty senior. 
Canadian Legion vi. Alcoa, 
Royal Athletic Park. 

2;00 pjn. — Juvenile. Dlvl- 
alon I. Beacon Taxi vs. Vet- 
erans of France. Heywood 
Avenue; Heaneys vs. Whit- 
neys. Lower Beacon HUt. 

3 00 pm. ■ Juvenile. DIvt- 
iloo It, James Bay vs. TUU- 
cums, Victoria WesL 
lee BksUng 

12:00 noon-Flfure Skating 
Club. 

2.30 pm. — Capitol City 
Skating Club. 

5:45 p.m. — Figure GkaUng 
Club. 

8:00 pm.--Capltol City 
Skating Club. 

• TOMORROW 
IU.4kelbali 

At Vletorla High Rchoal 

7:00 pm.— Intermediate ‘ B** 
boya. Barons vs. YkICJL 

8 00 pjn —Intermediate •'A” 
boys. Norma) School va 
Batons. 

8 00 p m — SerUor ’•B" men, 
Scnalors va R.CE M.E. 



Boston Hands Halts 

4-4 draw against Vancouver City LLObK CALL 

^a ■« T Just how Important Druce ha* been After the intermission, the Vic- 

■ ■ I I* my U disclosed by the (rtllnwlng. He he* club Just mu*«! going ahead 

m I I W 0^1 accounted for aU but five of Uie «hen Travis cut 

A. II 1^1 AJ”J5i3 "fl M vCll 80*b« hi* flub has scored and 1* •« *nd laid a croa# do** to the 

dlrecUy responsible for all five Nanaimo goal. Druce got hu head 
points. He scored Uiree goals in the 1 ^ ball but It hit the rrou- 

i ... , CsnadlniA' defence, strung in the me, home both counter* . bar and fell right into Rosen* 

• t * 11 * , ^hree wins of the •ca*uo.l when Uniled upset North Shore. 3-t. ' arna as the goailender turned 

_ 1 i 2 * 2 for lu lint win. and then performed Around. Untteos Bin McAllister 

TwMia ”1 1 * It 1 * 4 Uvely a free road to Bill Durnan’s'j^^ noted above yesterday. | saved aimmt certain goals on at- 

cfcTfJr* • ! i ! 12 ? iiiwt r^Ai 1 Except lor a aliort period In each ' Johnny and Don 

Hftt ••■«. iMUhi. r«MA4ni M riant WAI> 1 ^^ United was the better club ym- ’ IS-n^ul* mark. At 

4-ai.*,. .1 D^i. Boston counted first when Dave j^^^ay and dearly earned the two'''*^ •‘MC. live Coaltowneri were 

FORUM. MONTREAL. Oct. a Creighton slapped In the puck In Mewt of Ihe good aoccer W 4 s(***fming around United neU and 

,CF - Ed Harrison's goal with less ^ crammed Into the second half, which ‘ a fair way to garner 

I than two minutes lo go gave Bosum j™”' brought much favorable comment p<»liua. 

Bruins a 3-1 victory tonight o, ?**^**“, . . 1 *' ^ crowd of Just over 1,000 TravU turned the Ude alien he 

Montreal Canadiens In the MooU,r*^‘” *"?“™**®*‘‘ •‘“' fant Slmrtng some of the glory with I broke away on the left wUig and 
rcalera* first defeat of the National ^ Ab Ttart*. who usually ' cut In on Uie Nanaimo goal. He 

Hockey league season. * ** P“ * oppostunltle* but tome- missed when ho held the ball too 

Boston's victory lifted the Bruins, * .1 I how managei to spot! most of them. I lung but be gut away again in 

to a point behind Canadiens beforej The second period went scoreless T-he speedy left-winger spoiled a the next minute with another 

the clube left for Boeton and a game appear^ headed for [lengthy dash dowu th# wing. His 

second game of the week-end If . «»<* »• 

double-heiMler tomoTCOW night. '!? f vOI/ iffir.S l li)St ' P**»cd lo Andy Anderson, who came 

A crowd of I1J08 watched the I I 1/31 ^ 

Bruins take the edge on play, I*®” to save and Druce 

shnoting Canadiens 32 to 18. and ®" boards. mBO \ ' got a leg t<athe rebound for what 



' nUig counters. 

I IMPORTANT FACTOR 



fooler from well out that caught 
the nets high up on the far side 
and gave Rosen no chance. OordJe 



centre man. 

CLOHE C ALL 

After the intermission, the Vic- 



*• flm three wins 



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■aaiMi cat«a«a al Dalrvtl. 



giving Ooalle Jack Oellneau In the 
Boston nets fine protection. 



Coufiors Host 
Carrier Hoys 



lengthy dash dowu the wing. Ills 
shot cams back to him and he 
passed lo Andy Anderson, who came 
on at the half for Creed. Ander- 
son forced Rosen to save snd Druce 
got a leg to. the rebound for what 
proved to be the winner. 

Five minutes later, at the M- 



8 o UiAt'i Oorgeoos George, Z thought to myself as I left the xt-MMAar 

Memorial Arena Thursday night. It was no colncldencA. how- aovAL* t. acK arrs t 

ever, that the phrase Barnum made famous kept Intruding Itself. luCl* 

There was also a wistful feeling that perhaps a lack of Imaglna- iiVt 

tlon &nd an overly-hlgh opinion of the Intelligence of iporu nty«i VEi#»ih. • ui 4 
fans was to doom me to a lifetime of labor trying to tell people . '*** 

about such people as Gorgeous George. 1 

The almost phenomenal success story of the marcelled— but! 'tA**,' rrtii*.'***. t. T.r««*.’ AUm 

, ... .. ..4 ». 4 . 11.41. 1. Nrw Wr*tailN«Ur, V*- 

medlocre — wrestler only proves again that a thing has to be umu. it tx. r***. 



^ standout fashion. Both goalies, Doug ' boys. Normal fiehool va 

Ok Btevenaon of Tacoma and Jeiry Oot - 1 Eaif*ns, , g ifC r'fix;ltx * 3 

nolr, came up with a number of' * p.m.— Benior "B” men, 

brtUlant blocks. Benalors va R.CE M.E. P (HI tO m(kL 

, At Portland. Uie Penguins gave' “ — 

V Los Angriea Monarch* a rough rr- * | I^AXieif T^AxIreJ® 

ception as the Smjihern Division ^|}PC*lgLl Il 3 lPS ■* HlflV A DlHlo 

‘ sextette began iu Northern in-, f All top five polnt-geltera In the' 

^ vaslon, winning 8-4. It waa a ^ *| a NHl* scoring race except Ted Lind - 1 

Ik «w- battle with 18 penalttes. ■ li QF I jfll Detroit saw action last night 

fiMMAav but none was able to add to his 

how- aoTALi 1 . acK Rtra t A ¥k 1 total. 

Itself V«fl*S— I. >!*• WrvlaUtUr, er*« A A I , ' 

<B>ffr<. 4 M; t. art! <a4»«i. f\T I |||*H lv2)fllP^ The sixth rung became a little 

,glna- i*-4* rm.io * llV ik V/ailU../0 i oi,.»..e,4 -«h 

*«E«eS r«ti»A — I. K«« w*«t«init»r tCTowded as Maurice Richard and 

iporu , w^u Special rate* for children under Elmer Lach of Canadians and 

I WM«ML«trr.'vaien7*7sjai«r)' li-ia ** ' 1& year* will be established for Vic- [Teeter Kennedr and Howie Meeker 
1 iiI5i7 Cougar home game* beginning of Toronto Maple Leals each picked 

— but' * **• s. T«r««i*.’ At«a with Tuesday's game against Los up a point to move Into a five-way 

Wr.l«J.,.Ur._ M..nar,-h. ,-..W ..... w..w.,r 



awfully good or awfully bad to succeed. George's act made Ihe, - - - — «uh oo ^kr^nit. ia ni»wi • •*“»' “•'*** <**"• **"' •*“* 

ntMtrlls twlUh but It wm keep (m succeeding as long as there are Sn m ti« New York 

people who have not been convinced In person that It Uk« no!t.''0,;-. Tunh of ^ L ^e 

highly-developed olfactory nerves to dUcover Just how bad It was. , ». «•« be sold at th7 arena. m four .tarn th* ^2nai 



rvNoi’rKS a MOMAarnt 4 



Angeles Mynarchs 



. 4 4 . 4 M 44 r- 4 _4 proved to be the winner. 

B(MUMI-U«IIDM» erswfors. o**ekra-i Approximately 200 Colonist carrier j mmuf*. i.ter .• ih« an 

hius; BwiU). piirtM. liMtr. 8»*t 8«A- hov* who hrtne hocker fans renorU minulA* taler, at the M- 

t*»d. n*»tn. Chiwtri. 8ehwMi.|boy». wno bring noexey tans repona mark. 'Travis made It 3-1 

Rsfrucft, craiihwn. TWISMIUU, Usicer; of Pacific Coast Hockey League “1 _ . . ‘ 

Srrnooeiki. H«r#ek .<n K. Apparently trying 

M«nir»ai-ount*n: RMrse*. BttueasrS;'**™ /- 'I® I”b the bill In after rushing in 

u«h; RMhsrS. Oub« Sob«; Hsrvrr. lUe- | supporters Of th« Victoria Cougari ' . 4 ^4 

P«us, eittntmiioa. csrveut. Hsrnno. vu- »_ ,w_ Close Oh the left side, lie sent in 

^ :» "Wch «tu,nr 

i Into U» n,u -,lh . .ur- 

Pint 1 , Botteo. rrewhicR iTi^ ***^ Hutchison St the Arena oia Rosen unsble to hold It 

ssMini. BMiAi»rfi> 4. it t. Mentrrfi. .Tuesday whni th* Oougsr* tangle’ -n,- w— 

■“I*". 'T"'- '-'U' I" *»«'>« tor U.. 

n*c»BS pertoS— Ns acertst. Psnsibr ^ , oeience wss wobbly and Druce 

teams only Appearance , _ 

Third PtTloS— *, Buloa. HarrlMO (Os- hers thU BManrt I 'WO rnsDCes and Travl# saw 

i» » _ ,nere tnta season. ta ternflo shot hit the eroesbar before 

I booting 111 s bounding pass from 
T II I T) I Onioe completed the scoring by 

Leals lieadloek Kan^ers 

Line-ups: 

On Late Gtial by Keniiedy 

W w ^ Vlrisrt^ - MeAltUter; Pukeura arS 

MAPLE LEAP OAROEN8, Toron- 1 the second. It came at 8 04 with l^raV'Crsad ^srs ^MrOs«'*an?'Trt»?a*. 



tie with Toronto's Fleming Mackeil. to. OcL 22 CFi.-Toronio Maptai big Ed Blowinski the nmrksman oo ^7 



The tlckeu. priced at 50 cents, will ' Richard and Kenaedy acored goals 



a snap shot from Just to the side ' 



spot in that department. 
Leaders follow: 



nigmy-aeveiopea oiiaciory uerve. vu uievurrr «uw mT’ i be sold at the arena. ,yot in that deoartmeni 

From the lime George's mar^rranl made hU presumably T, spo^^matd^ 

theatrical entrance equipped with hu spray gun. through the fOa*is). * w; i. Partua*. fiaaaa* tarrr>. youngsters must be accooi-| o 

supposedly dramatic entrance of the Great One himself Andl’J2;**-,5^'®;;2;,,2;2f*7J2ra.®*wVi-uV. PAnl«l by adulu but will be per* <"”|r^tiy**^n"inn i 

the posturing that preceded the actual bout, and during the | |*Jiy7r*' **•*'■• muted to si( in section one only. . s ' saitA Zr.\.% 

only passable exhibition of wrestling which ended with the nuri ‘r*r*»4 - *. p«rii>*4. D».fciM. will be svailabie In sdjacent * 

expected result, the whole thing was so corny that I wondered erbriV^t/. V*7tt.''pl^]u2r*Mii2^^ Sp«Ia 1 P®"'i[^an74» j 

why I stayed. And there, probably, is the reaa^ why Oi^ge ^J^isco .. osaiu^n i 1 k^T^I" ~ 2 

Wagner will be clipping coupons when I will be still writing „nr.i ^h.s-i. *«, Pr...!.**, rai»*w*, <i„ ^ — ? 

about the freaks who are sure to follow. : ..... J wairtn Rknnn« - du*i^ »i4»tr«u'._ . . i 



*7r‘ p^l2u7‘ r“,ir/****^ rai»*«,<ing ^jult specUlors. 



SM«ia4 tV rlaS 1. >aa rrajivtwa. a«bs- 



Waldo BkiUlngs. repre se nting 



UaaVar. Tq«o«t« 
Oa* Datrolt 
DuSa. Maotr««J . . 



lu four starts of the Nstional Hockey . stanowiki. stanitj. o'c*M«r. L«»r»ef ' 

«(»¥. 1^ ..IWUkMkl, rt»h«T. r«l4. *»!•. j»*k«i. ! 

I A6UOD Witn vWo Ucs u 

PJ, P„ i man, losses. i a.n.^ | 

2 |! Csptaln Ted Kennedy sank Uie I 

> ileing tally seconds sfter Leafs had i D«r awiia 

fs.-b I. ' B*f*r** BnUb Eaalinf; Hsmsim; K*J 

s I benched Ooalle Turk Broa* in favor .^MU/f*. tritti tisrE-* , 

,2 of an extra attacker. That w*s all •cnmabt i 

.|« S3 0 l th. tln.1 fr«n. «.a 

1 1 almost dlrecUy from a face oH ln >«n«ut*i rttb«r. Lmirk. saniko I 



CAty Doivns 
Reds^ 3-2; 
Near Scots 



It must be curtoslty. 1 thought I had enough when I “w | ! delegation of adult fans, completed ' 

his peroxide locks In the dressing room before the match. I was twh *.o anai,g«nfnts with Manager Fred 

positive long before the bout started. Yet I stayed U> the finish !••*' <iurte**rf, ksi,^ni/t»Va**r««rii2' jHutrhtson for the apectal chUdrcn'ai ^ HlL0r Oll??S 
although our Arnle Myers had been assigned to use his imaglna- sactlcm. The arrangemenu start on! CO 

Uon lo describe what wu going to happen. And now I flnd'_ ^ ^ a temporary basb. but will be made 

myself devoting IhU space to the flower of the grappling game. ^ ^ i3ulI0rS lllllirV 

Chalk up another one-fall victory for Gorgeous George. I CiMIU JLiUoC® sauaraftoriiy^ j j 

Yes. slrl Henry Ford had It right when he staled that lti_ « - ' n^-u-ww DETROIT. Oct. 23 tlNSi.— Wi 

doesn't matter what they aay about you as long as they la agi RniA7 i /w k m»i, i k i, O. Briggs. Sr head of Uis Brii 

about you 1 UllFlII 111 ¥\UW Coach Mike Leachman has or- Manufacturing Cocqpany and t 

^ ' r» f ■» [dered a hockey practice for th* I>trnU Tigers, today was confic 

RnnttOm Hart'CSt I FRERNO. Callf, Oct 22 iS^--Th*jB.OF. (Sidney Roofing) team to- ! to a plaster cast for two months. 



section. The arrangements start on 
a temporary Misb. but wUi be made 
permanent if th* plan works out 
satisfactorily. 



Suffers Inj'ury 



FREftNO. Calif, Oct 22 



, of an extra attacker. That waa all •cnmabt i 

S' 18 S3 of the final frame and came:, VANCOUVER, Oct 23 KTt. — Van- 

1 1 almost dlrecUy from a face oW In 'i'vnAtn** rt*b*r. ^!wi»?^riiko '|courer City edged North Shore, 3-3, 
3 1 the Banger end. Kennedy got the| ^ ^ 

T^t with a mase of plv«* around I - a t««i. 

the net and let go a high on# thatl )M*«kar. aaniks) ti «. y#«»)u** E»i*. tioast Bocoer League leaders, 

caught an upp 4 rr corner. 1 awim. _ 8 t Andrews 

' Mlnua Frank Ambler. Bill Smith 

tTHILL BATTLE , O I C ^ Mackay. the Reds were 

The Stanley Cup defending Cham- H-IlkP I t py [^ArpG forced to dip into Ihetr reeerv**. 
jplons had an uphill batU* all the **'''■ l-^vx,s s^i.j ^ 

1 way. Seeking their InUlal seasons j nil mi the wing*. Jim Spencer was a 

. , win on home lee. they were down a [ sUndout for Ihe loem In the flm 

1 ! goal from the game'* face off when ^ r.c.» L. ball but tired and moved to the left 

e|FenU Lusd netted Jost 30 seconds WMta»iMi«r 1 . i. wing after the Intermission. 

1 : after the drop of the pock. It was *"'’*"«« r*^swItol Rookie Centre-forward Don Oleig 

la w^i high shot from 30 feet out, i ^ a»^.*.r w*wrto* a •*''* 'be lead but Fred WhK- 

. Ll4le Max Bentley evened the I o«»a Smba «. iu«hi-« a taker equalised bt leave the half- 

s count at the midway mark of the on.a. rvmoa I 4 m 0 count all square. Ivan Carr 

I period wKh hli first point of the| £•^‘‘ 4 * 7 ^ 7 ^ V xnd Terry Brennen made it S-l 

4 'season. | a before WhlUakev soored kiseni* flnai 

' Rangers netted the only tally -of . >«maM r.*K*nA7urina ^ biUy on 'be flnaJ play of the match. 



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Ted Kennedy Scores Equalizer 



Chalk up another one-fall victory for Gorgeous George. A 1 v9lltl JLaIov® sauaiapt^iy^ j J 'Way. Seeking their Initial seasons I nbl 

Yes. slrl Henry Ford had It right when he staled that It > , _ 1 ' DETROIT. Oct. 23 (INS) .-Wal-! *1« on home ice. they were down a; 

doesn't matter what they say about you as long as they Ulk Rgb.ar fbactice t^ O. Brtag*. Sr . head of th* Briggs! F>aJ from the g.^^^ face off wh^, ,e.,a 

«M 4 . I r OUrLlI in ¥lOW coach Mlk* Leachman has or- Manufacturing Company and ihe.FenU Lusd netted Just 30 seconds WMta»iMi«r i. tmmi 

about you. ^ *.aa MSB NWVVV ^ the Detroit Tlgeix. today was confined' *Iter the drop of the pock. It was • 

RnntlOm Hart'CSt I FRERNO. Callf, Oct 23 --Th^ B.OF. (SUlnay Roofing) team to- [to a plaster cast for two months. 1 s *^t high shot from 30 feet out, | ^ a»^*«*r w 

» t» mA U-..I i_-.i I. Diego Skyhawks handed the! night at the Memorial AreiiA start- 1 The 73-year-otd IndustriaiUt suf- LlRle Max Bentto, evened thej a^** 4. iu-m-* 1 

The laneouver report that Ikiog Feden ^d signed PU, Faloom their fourth atralghi lng at 10 ocJock. All players biter- !fer#d a broken hip In a fafl at h\*' ewni at the midway mark of the' <>■ *- ninos 

with Eagle -Tlraes U somewhat premature. Peden haa had an lonlghi. Uktng a 7-6 victory Ip ested we invited lo attend. Practire Bloomfield Hills home. period wHh hli first point of lh#| S2Jrt.‘‘4* ol*77* V 

offer from the Mainland cage squad through ex-teammaio ^ Pselftc Coast Hockey league eon- was emmrously reported earlier for) Relative* said the Injury wss not’season. j •» NuaiMit 4 wibam* a 

Ritchlr NIchol but aUtdd la*t night he had no intention of sign- teat. this morning. !con*lderfd cxlUcai. ' Rangers netted tbs only tally of. ^r^iuTrANAirr's 

Ing unless the terms were IrrestaUble. In the meantime, the *. N«rt* hbt 1 . 

former Domino star plana to eventually turn out with the T.M.C.A ^ ^ 1 O 1 • ' ' MAairiMa ssmk 

He baa applied for hli rclnsUtemeDl u an amateur and rxpeeu I KPtllU^llV SPHriK: PinilAllTPr S:I2:iiV*l:ii:t a’’ 

lo aee hU first acUon around Chfljtmaa ... Although he haa not J. CU ImClUlvUJ OCUl CO ljUiinll / iCI • 1 

committed hlmaelf, it would not be aurprlaing If Coach Art Chap- ' ■-**-*- • . 

man •Joined the active ranka before the season is over. 'The 
association hoopatera appeared In their first two games as If 
they need some help anil Chapman and Peden would be plenty 
of asalslanre . . . Victoria Cougars used their white uniforms at 
home for the first time on Friday. 'The second set of uniforms 
was made necessary by the slmliarlly between the Cougar outfits 
aatf those worn by Seatti*. Tacoma and Oakland. Being the 
Junior member of the F.C.RX., Victoria wlU use Its "whites*' in 
games against those clubs . . . John Hailey, prlxe C4iast Beeeer 
LAtague rookie of last season, will be lost to SL Andrews for the 
balance of the season. Halley, who attended the New York 
Rangers' training camp, has gone to Lethbridge to play hockey 
for Ihe Junior Native Sons . . . Nell and Mel Andrews, who play 
on the same forward line for Taeoma Roekrta, are not related . . . 

United goalie BUI MrAilister could stand some brushing up in hU 
kicking. His high, aimless boots detract from his ability between 
the posts Denny MKi#« made a lot of mtatakM yesterday but 
many of his plays showed he was thinking and it Is on youngsters 
like this that United's soccer future rasts . . R*g PaltersAHi, 
business manager of the VicUrfa Athletics. U attending a W.IX. 
meeting today and hopes to arrange an advantageous deal with 
Aaletn Henators. who are interealed in Jae lUankenahIp. Pstter- 
aon will trade if he could g«l Marty Krug to Oil the first-base 
gap left by Vie Rneewta, and Mel WaaJey. one of the league’s better 
outfieldera 1 



Mar(h*r»« 4. S4. CAlBart*** a ^ 

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c*r« wasTOH #n*toa 

NaHB SrAaat 4. Otaaa Sai 4. 

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Ausnie XI Winn 

dHOWK Zulatand, Oct 33 (Rsu- 
|t«r*>.— Th« Austaltan crtrkrt team 
today won th# opeclne Biatoh of 
IhBlr South African to«r wuh • 
vietory over Ztilataad by an irniti^ 
'and 388 run*. 

Broroa wert: AustraUa'-40t for 
I Bight wlrketa. derjared. FsUuland- 
53 and 83. I 



I ^ TUISOAY, 4:30 

^ COUURS ft. 

X LOS ANOELES 

ar MEMORIAL ARE.MA 
ALL *8*Ta aaaaavsn 
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OUISSINO DEPARTMENT. Canadians over Boston and 
over Chicago in tonight's N.HX. gamaa Raqvlmalt and ■ 

H wtn today’s district soccer matchsa. HatUng average to date: ' 
At bet Mb. hits 487, percentage .887. | 



Ae WtraofMH* 



WMi W«s than two mimitM to play in Isst pwtod of New York-Toroato Mspl# Leaf hockey gam* at Toronto last idcbt, InbI* withdrew 
tbair goeii# and |ati in #vtrs forward With ofM-nan •dvantag* L*a( Contr* Tod Kwuwdy was sM# to ilip pock into Rsftgari* o#t 
fo da gam*. 2-2. Ranger player# or# (Wt to right) Pat Sgan, Fraakir Bddol* and Edgar Laprad*. Leaf pta)^ #r# (left to right). 

On# Mortsoa (3), Kcniiady. BQl Brintrki (behiad Kan n o d y) and RiO Bardbo. 



ROLLER HOCKEY ASS(X:ikTION 

OFfMINa OAMtS OF SCASOM 

1 rM TODAY • 

STfVINSON MEMORIAL PARK 



COLONIST SPORTS 






SECOND NEWS SECTION 



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Vieloria College Break - Away 



20 fiail)| OlolantBt 



Vikings Wallop Cadols 
For Fourth Win in Ron 



Waodrrerf. uuung Ad^aui««e oX 
lat k l lm by UmIf 
went nheftd vbeu CXtUo Blyth* 
l>iun«<^d ovrr from the ftvt'Tvd Ux»f 
SkliUngi. wlto did «ome txccptloiuU 
kicking, b>junc«d Um couvwUou »t> 
i«npi off Uie upiifht for thr Mtr« 
poinU oDd a haU-Ume lead. 

Duteh Mulholland pul JH.A.a. In 



.Iruol acaUi a ah a 4U->aid paiiaik/ 
fn*! 8^ ftnal halt Rarted. Phil 
Nlaoii. lopnlnf off a fUi« allemoon’a 
work, arorpd (our mlnutoa later to 
five Oak Bay the upper hand onra 
mora 

SkllUnfX made a great ctueraluii 
of the try and later added a| 18-yard 
panaliy kirk to and tha acoring. 



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near Sentcaa' Hue and plunged 
through lo« aooUier try, wluch 
Olaon convartad Continuing the 
, attack. Vlklngx made the score read 
j 18-0 at the lialf on d'Baaum'a second 
, try ard a convert and penally goal 
by John Olson. 

GAIn I PPKR I1A^U ^ 

'Hie aeoond-haU was acoreleas (or 
tarenly>ftve mlnuUa as play swung 
from end to and. At that point. Bool 
Ker's squad again took oommand 
Hutdhlnaon and dlUisum tcantad up 
on a 30-yard run with Hutchinson 
grounding tha ball between the poets 
John Bhlpley made the kick good. 

Scrum-half Norm Baker, playing 
his first game, sneaked over from a 
five-yard scrum for Uie last try 
which Olaon oonvarted for the final 
peduts of the contest. 

In the hsutl-Iought game on the j 
Uiwar field, the Wanderers made , 
batter use of their scoring oppor- ; 
tunlUea to down the J3.A A. plfskin 
passers. 

Bays opened Uie scnrlng at the 15 { 
minute mark when Dave Cook look ^ 
a paaa from Albte Williams to rtgii- 
ter an unconverted try. 



By BlIXY SIXTY 



Bryicrie 



With tlieir husUing, well-condl> 
Uoned forwards making Uia open- 
ings, and ihalr speedy, sure-handed 
backs lugging the ball into pay- 
off umtory. the Vikings were too 
strong for the Cadete in the feature 
game. 

OKrirCBB ATTACK 
Play opened wfth the future offi- 
cers pushing deep Into enemy 
ground but being unable to croas 
the studenu* line. After hk for- 
wards had carried the bail past the 
midfield stilDc. shifiv 



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ML «... — ».e*o«»isi pasts. 

\ Baker of Victoria Collega is shown about to past ball back to hit three-ouarter 
' in English Rugby game between Victoria College and 

I CoUege st Macdonald Park yesterday. City Bmdents packed too much power for 
Lsdets and romped to 24^) triumph for their fourth etraight victory. 



Racing Results, Entries 

Bay Meadows At Rockinghan 



GelardVs 

Selections 

AT RCKRI.VOHAM 
I— 4»ay Jeaslra, l.yns Mlrmrle, Blue 
Halt. 

I— lascosa. Twe Peathers, Pir* 
Raider. 

8~Rip boert. rbevaller. Head 
bmsrt. 

4 — (elesUa. SpHftie. Della T. 

5— .MUk War. Pink TlghU, Lena O. 
A— Big Reward, Admired, Cagleman. 
7— Crisis, Ehlolng Deed. Reersoektr. 

I— Red Haw, beamanlikc, Davies 
Sister. 

Best Bet— Rip Bnort. 



Its weight drops the shouldars in 
a natural stoop. Body balance Is 
easily maintained through the en- 
tire stride to Uie foul Una The 
^ ^ ball may be deUvered with the maxi- 
UM oium of control because the thumb 
• Its pointed forward at the pins. i8ee 

*j se *jso *Uu*Dalloa). 

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ts se H IS S 3 N ^ impossible minus the push- 
asilse eway the weight of the ball U 
*** carried instead uf swung in the 
stride to the foul line; the arm 
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I H than In a straight Une. Not only Is 
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aa2 is]2‘Uody Is inevitably out of poaiUoo ^ 
4 M It the completion of the stride. 

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1 Careys retained their bold on the I 
iDlvbdon in. Juvenile, soccer league i 
I l^ad yesterday by seoring two goals 
in the last ten minutes of play to 
win. J-O. over an improved YM.C.A. 
squad at Ueywood Avenue. Phlli 
;P1Ulon and Gerry Rovers did the I 
scoring. I 

* Knights o( Pythias scored a 8-lt 
lYlctory over 8 l Saviours in a 
: DwlBion IV match at VlcCorU West, 
Jamas Bsy ran a »-0 victory over 
Five Potnu* Bakery in the first' 
game of the Dlrtslon V league. ' 
I Bluebird Caba. Division H,* 
trounced 8t, Louis College. Division 
m. d-O, in sn eichlblttoQ match at 
Heywood Avenue. Jack Wren and 
Singh led Bluebirds’ alUck. netUug 
three and two goals, respectively. 
Bob Hilcbeo scored the other. 

Three games sre scheduled In the 
(uvenlle league today. In Division 



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VANCOUVER. OtU 33 «?).— Cen- 
trsi Wsshlngton WUdeats, b three- 
touchdown favorite, borely got up 
In lime today to squeete by Uni- 
versity of Brltlnh Columbia. 14-lS, 
in Evergreen Conference play. 

Big Jbn Carmody, Ceniral’s kick- 
ing ace. booted both Central con- 
veru, while U3 C.'s Leo Lund man- 
aged but one. 

The Thunderbirds stunned their 
bigger and more-experienced rival* , 

with bone-crushing tacktee that held u'im’'n^* 
them scorileaa throughout the first o2s^*iri 
dusrter. Ma;uaa CWUI 

cvrri* 

The Wildest* from Central finally Vsieuia rjppw 
broke loose In the aecond quarter 
on a M-yard psss Play had hardly wit 
begun again when Doug Reid got 
away 00 an off-uckle smash and ^ 
went 56 ysrds to Ue the score 

In tha third quarter U3.C.‘s star 
defensive end. George Bains, went 
high Into Uie air, pulled down Doug 
lyall'i pass, and ripped 37 yards 
for a score. The all-lmporunt kick 
was blocked. 

With UBC. leading, lJ-7, Bob 
Doran took the ball on hU own 
34-yard xtrlpe and spun through 
his Itft tsckle for 66 yards and the 
Uetng touchdown. 

Carmody came tn and made the 
extra point. 



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1 NANAIMO. OcL 33 CEi^NsnalS 
I,., I cuppers walloped Kerrlsdale Moo- 
|M archs, 10-8, tonight In ths finals of 
la two-game Mainline • Okanagan 
series. The clubs played to 
IM ■ *'4 tie last night. 

imI *•* ^ CUppera* pUy- 

Cra^ tM WHIP 118, maker, and 1,600 fans clteeiad his 
a«d Ooaltown club. 

^0 ta TVt III Clippen took a 1-3 lead In the 

nMaJToui*' Ik ^ »ufted to the front, 

utucrmjaJi 104 -7-4. at the end o( the middle period. 
lurUMVM ’ up four poiDts on assist* 

Bit Bavard iivIB^d WBs a Veritable thorn in the 
M^*M.n^K • 111 ^ ^ ’WMng Monarrhs. 

O'BBra. former 6a*kaU»n 
•Boiry * I Quaker, netted four goals, playing 

Uita And aes-ait-lclo*ely with Carr. Ray VoU, who 
ahlRlBtOrad West- 

omI II. minster Royals in the Pacific Coast 

hockey pro loop, bagged a pair, as 
■did Dick Warwick. Bob Rowledge 
'counted Ute other two. 

Al RltUnger led the Kerrlsdale 
aiuclc with two. with Bchmledl. 
Napier and Nellscn getting single- 
tons, The game waa fast and rela- 
Uvely clean -only major penally 
going to MonarcJvi' Pat Baslien a 
minor upped to a misconduct ftir 
unethical language. 



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C'LArviH FILLY 

ftoBttte owner I jtlhadeff has 
claimed the two-year -old filly Char- 
lotte F for 64 780 at Bay Meadows 
The dark chestnut flUy Is by Vino 
PurO'BUnd Purchase < Earlier. Al- 
hadeff lost the LongaerM cam- 
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ing route.) 



Defending Champion C.P.O. Hol- 
land. reached Uie finals of the Royal 
Canadian Nary Golf AsanrlaUor 
handicap tourney by allmtnaUng 
CP.O. Dear at Gorge Vale yaater- 
day. Hollaiid wUI meet Lt. fllgg to- 
day in the 36- hole final 
Draw and starting timea follow: 
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Fern L . Racing at ths old Beattie 
Meadows track on August 18. 1608, 
ran the mile in 1:J718 under 
60 pounds. The time equaled the 
American record «st by Dick Welles 
at the Harlem track 



I SACRAMENTO. Calif . Oct 33 «P). 
—Ralph (Red) Kitm. for the last 
four yean head coach of the New 
York Giants, today was signed a* 
I manager by the Bamunanto Bolons 
I of the Pactfle Coast Ijeaguc 
) Kress succeeds Del Baker, who 
pllotod the Bolons to a third-place 
slot during the 1649 season Baker, 
two weeks ago. asked the Bolon 
management to release him from 
the remaining year of a two-year 
contract, and yesterday was re- 
ported signed for ”a key Job" In s 
major leagtM farm system 



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be more than one) that o Suit from 
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weighed ogoinst superior quolity, dis- 
tinguished toilorlng and long - lasting 
good looks is simply not worth mention- 
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Boxer's Death Brings Charges 
By Miehisan Stale Commission 



DETROIT, Oei 33 <TNBi. Boxing 
CnmmlssluiiAr Floyd stevvna an- 
nounced today that the daaih o( 
Talmadgc Bussey. VB-year-old De- 
troit fighter as a natilt of a brain 
Injury, Is a closacl Incident ao far 
as the Michigan Bnard of Control 
)8 ronermed. 

Bterens said; 

*mie commisslrm. a« a result of an 
loqulrv held October 11, found no 
negligence on the part of the nffl. 
etals uQlclaUng at ihn boxing show 
In which Talmadfv BnimeT was 
fatally Injured. 

*riVe concur in Ute findings of ths 
Detroit police depariment and the 
pmnertiUng altomey’s office'* 

Bujmey died 14 hours after he 
ooUapsed In the ring after hla fight 
with Luther RowUngs, Chlca««> wei- 
Serwelghl, In Arcadia Roller Rink 

An stnerggney opermtlon was per- 
feumed within hours after Bussey's 
oollapse and he never regained con- 
BClousnefM. 

fUevons said that as a result of 
Bussey'S death, aeveral changea have 
besm made In the rules of the eotn- 
mission They ant. 

1. BIghi-oinee Bkiv|B b* ua«l In 
all professional fliffiU. 

3. Nn relattvea will bo allowed to 
mcond a fighter •BUMey's two 
Rreibers. Ted and Rov. were tn his 



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left the field at the breather with a 
3-0 znkrgln on goals by Dick Bell 
Don Pnrster 



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and Jack Robbins, 
sparked a Navy attack as the sac- 
nod half started, netting twlca to 
even the count. 

BUI Henderson. Heaney’s goal- ' 
keeper, was Injured whUe attempt- 
ing to prevent the equaliser and 
was forced to leave the game with a 
alight bonsucclui. Ron Pearce re- 
placed him between the posts but 
the Haulers, apparently upset by the 
Injury to Henderson, collapsed de- 
fenalvsly and the Sailara took a «-3 
margin on tallies by BIU Prakman 
and Vic Dovey. Heaney's fought 
back In the late stages and reduced 
the margin to a single goal when 
Phil Wilkinson finished off an at- 
tack but time ran out before they 
could count the equaliser. 

AGAINST PLAT 

Wests .gained their victory at 
Windsor Park on a first-half tally 
by BIU Rope. The goal came 
against the run of play when Wests 
secured a breakaway during an Oak. 
Bay attack. Jack Elliott crossed toj 
to Hope who best Ken Wiight with i 



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The Victoria and District Soccer 
Lesgue standings were thrown Into 
a four-way deadlock for the leader- 
ship yesterday as Navy rallied for s 
4-3 triumph over Heaney's st Bea- 
con Hill and Victoria West .i 

Oak Bay, 1-0. at Windsor Pafk. 

The results prevented Oak Bsy 
from taking undisputed possessloo 
of first place and moved the SaUors 
up on even terms with Bays. Dun- 
can and Bsqutmalt. Tlie Jam will 
be partly cleared this afternoon 
when Duncan and Esquimau meet 
In the opener of a twin bill at Royal 
Athletic Park st 1:30. A victory for 
either club win move It Into sn un- 
disputed lesd while a drsw and a 
Legion Victory over the vrinless 
Alcos tn the second half of ihc 



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Toronto Argo Tommy Ford (foreground) aitempis to receive for- 
ward pasa in first quarter of Ottawa Rough Riders-Toronto 
Argonauts game at Toronto yesterday. Roughridcr Pete Karpuk 
(behind Ford) knocked ball to ground before Ford could get hta 
hands on it Riders rode to 24-13 victory over Argonauts, leaving 
Toronto chib slim chance of making play-offa 



There Are No Worries When You Buy a 



Baker Refuses 
Rainier Offer 



Stain |) Win Skein Ended; 
Ar^onaiit Hopes Dimmed 



SACRAMENTO. Calif.. Oct 33 (IP). 
—The Sacramento union said to- 
night It had learned Del Baker, 
1340 Solon pilot, has turned down 
a tfld to manage the Seattle Ralnlen 
and that he will take a major 
league farm lystem Job In 1950. 

The union reported Baker's new 
afflUaUon will not be announced 
for ten days but that It will be a 
“key Job In a Major League chain. “ 
Baker yesterday rejaeted an offer 
to return as pilot of the Sacramento 
club In 1950. He led the So Ions to 
a third-place finish In the Pacific 
Coast League this year. 



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By The Canadian Prns 
Saskatchewan Roughrlders ended 
I a two-year string of Western Inter- 
I provincial football victories for Cal- 
Igary Stampeders tonight as they 
turned back the Orey Cup chacn- 
i pious on a snow-swept gridiron be- 
I fore 7.000 Calgary humetowners. 

It was the upset of the Western 
footbsU year. And st Edmonton. 
I the Esklnww treated their faithful 
to a 13-6 drubbing of Winnipeg Blue 
Bombers In the last season meeting 
for the pair. 

H ARDIEN SPARK 
At Calgary, the Riders were 
to their triumph by chunky 
Halfback Del Wardlen, a former 
'Stampeder. Wardlen kicked two 
ven.' placements and was a plunging and 
I*"*** I tackling sensation throughout the 
~A“ rough contest. 

Riders’ 



hold on second plsoe as they dusted 
off the wtnless RsmIHon Wildcats 
23-6. 

Montreal's hard-hltUng Halfback. 
VlrgU Wagner, paced the winners 
with a total of three touchdowns for 
the dsy. Montreal Is matched against 
the HarolUon Wildcats next week. 

In the O.R.F.U. HamilloB 'pigers 
retained their hold on first place 
with a 5-3 win over a flghtlog Wind- 
sor team. 

In Barola. the Imperials spent the 
, afternoon plastering the hapless To- 
|ronto Bslmy Beach Club. S4-S. 'The 
Imps put on an impressive display 
of power to notch the win. The vic- 
tory gave them a firm grip on the 
second playoff spot. 

Moving to the InterooUegiate 
senior ranks, the Western Mustangs 
strengthened their hold on first 
place In the stsn(Unf wUh an 11-8 
victory over Toronto Varsity Blua. 

MrOlll Redmen slapped down the 
Quren's Gaels by a lop-Mded score 
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Scitool. I 1710 victory assures Riders of sec- ' 

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Toronto Argonauts Just weren't 
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Tlie Rough Riders smacked Argos 
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'The loss put Argos In third place, 
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NEW YORK. Oct. 33 vF> — United 
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prlsM today than a ChrUUnas grab 

bag. 

Michigan, beaten on eureesslre 
Saturdays by Army and North- 
WMtem, battered ponderous Minne- 
sota from the Big Ten top. 14-7. 

Southern Methodist, with Doak 
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tucky out of the Unbeaten UstA. 

30-7. 

lUlnoU defeated Purdue. 19-0. for 
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and Wyoming downed Utah. 13-0. 

It was the first time the Cowboys' 
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Froggy WUUami, last week's j 
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Arkansas edged Vanderbilt by a| 
single poinL 7-8, and Iowa sub- 
dued Northweetem’s Rom Bowl 
champions, 36-31. 

Indiana's sophomores completely 
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iously unbeaten club, 48-14. and 
UtUa Memphis State slapped down 
Kansas State. 31-14. In turn. Kan- 
sas stopped Oklahoma A. 4k M., 

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OonnacUcut's 135 to 0 verdict over 
Newport Naval Station was another 
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ftolnt favorite as the teams took 
the field. And then there was West 
Virginia State's 2-6 triumph over 
St Augustine. 

The Illinois and Michigan vie- 
lories pushed lUlnols to the top of 
ths Big IVa staodingB, a drcult In 
which Ohio State came back from 
its licking of a week ago to defeat 
Wisconsin. 21-6. 

Oklahoma and Missouri oontinoad 
the buUd OP for their own Big Seven 
meettnf later this season by down- 
ing rival UUa threats, Missouri 
aboved loera Stale aside, 83-6, for 
the CyeloDes’ flrsUdafeat and Okla- 
homa bettered Nebraska, 48-0. 

Tular>e. sUU showing the effects of 
lU laceration a week ago by Notre 
Dame, had just enough to beat 
Travis Tidwell and bis Auburn 
HalM. 14-6. 'The Notre Dam# m»- 
ehlne wae Idle today. 



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^Ottawa showed a marked superior- 
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their touchdowns from forward 
pause s . Oordon threw two touch- 
down paase*. 'Turner Uirew the other 
two. Eric Chipper converted all 
fobr. 

Toronto managed twty touchdowns, 
one In the first quarter by Doug 
Pyser, and the other late In the 
fourth by Prank Dunlap. 

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him. 

r SMIVMPy cmrr l BnrryQiort, 

JUIUULrn SUJII oim oI om- iiuMt actor*, m hto 

N)AN BIONOEU father; hB aunt, Ethel, our grentMt 
mmWM buly oI the dcreeu, hi* uncle. Uuuel. 

4K ^ ^ another fine artut. and the Ooe- 

teUo clan on hill maternal aide, John, 
fcwfc • Jr, 1* afraid the Oieatre patrood 
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I had expected him to be like many 
boya of tUa age leaUee*. difficult to 
talk to, arid with a ooaeauuug ap* 
pfOehitkm ul hia oaii taleota Not 
at all. Hie boy la luudcat. and 
wants to succeed on his own. 

I>OEKN‘T BKMKMBttl 

’*1X you (eruawber your father?'* 

' I aakrd him **He waa a dear trlcod 
of mine. I interviewed him many 
Umee juet as I am InterTlewlog 
you." 

*’No, I don t remember him." he 
answered. "I oaly saw him play a 
acene to ‘Richard Uie *nilrd.‘ 1 had 
the wcudtsl tecUng when 1 walked 
into the theau* — 1 iostuusUvely 
knew be waa my faUter, even in 
Ilia disguise. I'be boy 1 was with 
said ’You're craay, it's Boris Kar* 
ikiff,' but 1 knew U was my old 
man." 

I "You mu&t see some of your 
father's oUisr pictures," 1 told bim, 
I 'tuch as The Dreat Man Voles,' 
and 'Tweutielb Century.' He was a 
great artiat." 

UBE rATlIkB 

\ John Jr. shook his head, so like 
his father's in structurs that 1 
> (XMiid almoat see J<»hn 6r. sUUitg 
Uiere. 

"No. I don't want to see any more 
I of my faUier'a picturee until I make 
' good, he said. T don't want to be 
a carbon copy of him vr imitate 
' him. I admire him and am prottd 
' of him, but I want to be myself. 



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1 TERRIFIC 
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UNTAMED 
BREED! 



T am also proud of my asep- 
father. Dr John Vruartnk. who has 
been Uke a father to me. Ha eras 
good Ui me from U»e time he u*at> 
fled my mother. He wanted me to 
I be a doctor. ai>d *o did my mother. 
I but I knew I could never be any- 
thing but an actor." 

"WlMii your iDuUier was Uis 
beautiful Ooloraa Coetelio 1 alsu used 
! to Interview her," I told him "You 
‘ aee, I know your whole family." 

"1 know." be eaid. "Mother and 
Aunt LLhei have told me about 
you. I wanted to oome and aee you 
‘ aiul WM glad when you Invited me." 

CaVCN AUV1C8 

"Wlial advice did your Aunt 
Ethel give you about your acting 
career?" I axked him 

"She talked to ms before 1 
started ‘Bundowucr.* and ahe said 
I must be natural and reailxe what 
^ Ute character 1 was playing really 
meant, and listen carefully to the 
InatrucUoos of my director. 

I "Robert Preston was a great help 
to me, too. "Stuulownar" is a West- 
ern. you kxKiw. and 1 was supposed 
to kill a man, but roy mother asked 
, Uieiu to rewrite that acene. She 
, was afraid If I was ahown killing a 
, man U might be a bad example for 
I other boys 

I GRAIILATTH SOON 

I John Jr. Is now In school study* 
|tng hard. He doeant expect to make 
another picture until he grwduatee 
jlhla year. He says he wants to be 
,a comedian. 

i It was only when RiAert Miichum 
walked In for our radio rehearsal 
‘that I realised the youthfulneax of 
this boy Re was excited st seeing 
Mitc-hum face-to face -a movie star! 

After Dolores marrisd Or Vru- 
iFInk she kept acimg pretty much 
away from her daughter, Dolores, 
' and her son. John. She. herself, felt 
that while her own father. Maurice 
Coetelio, had had a succeeaful acting 
career. It had brought him ho great 
happlneM: and her own career was 
brief and not too satUfactory. 

6o she felt that If her eon eould 



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CapltMi— "til the Oeod Old 
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5 10.7:10.122 

boaainlea— "The Palleu Idol." 

I IS. 0 25. 7 20, 0:45. 

Pes-> Bed River * 4 45. I 00 
Oak Bay--"Chrlstmas Eve.” 
Odeen — "Oons With the 
Wind." l.OO, 4 50. • 45. 

I riasa *- "Ortat Bxpertatlone " 
1:22. I:U. 7:04. »:20 
Blw ‘ Kiss of Death ” 

Reyat— "Rope of Band." 1:00. 

1 00. 512. 7:10. 0 Yf. 
Yerk~-“Unoonguered." 0 00. 

I 

be a profesalonal man- a doctor or 
a lawyer— It would be better I 

TIME HE OTABTEU 
But the boy always wantsd to be 
an actor, and It was his aunt, Blhsl, , 
who said It was Urns hs started. 

As hs Isft to go. John Jr. said. I 
"You wont expect too much of me.' 
wUl you? You see, 1 have so much 
to learn, and need a lot more ex- 
i>ei1enoe." 

' How wist, 1 thought, and aa be 
grows older he will probably acdulre 
The sense of humor of his father that 
was ihs most devastating in any 
actor I have ever interviewed in my 
life. 

I feel a peremuU intereai in John 
Jr,, and 1 brileva when he is older 
Tie Will be a true Barrymore trouper. 

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and more alkallns foods imiik. fruit 
and vegetabifsi acidosis may be 
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OTTAWA. Oet- 22 CF) -Car losd- 
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car* for the pirviou* werk. and 
84,000 oat* in tUis coriasponding 
week last year. 

Oalna over the corr«A«>ondlng 
week last year were aliown In grain 
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I wood and wood pulp and paper. 



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alkaline foods— frulta and grwn 
vsgetabiee— the blood beoomes less 
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on tour aid MaetUM. MaCaJ-Oaaar Om« 
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. tu orol a a ri onti and oorwtml enraotry at 
tha HU'Bona Corott Baloa. Til Viav. hrtt 
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bau at your orvinp uahlaw whau 
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Ill Fort Blrori 

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A POUR-HOUR BBRY1CS AT DS LUO 
Cloasara ID Jahaaon. O 1493 



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PLUMBIMO AND BSATJ 
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BUSCKSD DRAIN. SSmc TANKS, 
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sn* cxprrlaaeo oovarau work FboM 
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tloB. fun Uesa or oiborwtM. to yaart^ 
d rafarontn. B 4 M' iC 3 i KUifa 



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tody Attondoat 
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UM Qoadrf Btraat W>i— 



by Rn. T. R. McAlUatar. Richard Ruik, 
younat aao of tha lota Mr. aiU Mrs 
CrSX Rayawnd. Alborg to Thffma 
ibira dauiihlar of Mr and Mrn 
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yiatorto, B C 



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for tha Oaoartaiant of Lohot ol 



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tooea from yow oM fur ooat BrtM 
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boat hfon dailghtad wttb ihi* oov Foatar 
Idao 1 A 3 Taiaa Btraat 

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Day dr NMht Borneo — B HU 



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L yaorroJ tardoa cltnnup. B M 49 ptiot 
1 P.R. ' 

^FSCIALUUHO IN ALL FRUIT. ONI 
17 im to as ornbord- pruaini, buddia«. 

f roflirti. irBinini traao tor amau gBrUano 
ound. • lb 4 » 

rilRBia TOFFKD OR FKLLKD AND 
1 baakrd burrionead omh Fraa aau« 



MrU>M Wuiartoad. RCJr. toa 
•nd Mra. N. eutharlond. Wlonlp* 
which took ptoca at Ook Bay 
Chord) at 1 .JB P *. Of*®**^* 
with Rn. W. W. McFBorM-B otto 



H UanrBBRMAN with orosrb to fill 
brtwoon nov and lha and mt tbo yonr 
ftaadt rrnonrlol bockttp B«> MPt. CotanlaV 

/ 10 BTOM~r AILORB TO LADZliB~lu 3 
1 > tomlamcn. Popular prtaot. MpyrMPd. 
1)11 Broad etrtn 

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■imi ond oh dupartmoai. drui atoroo. 

fOR^UX OCCASIONB. MAta 
* and ftmalt BtrirUy ronfldasUoL 



tton or uulvolaBL prafaroOfy asm Unl- 
frrdty trolnlot. o fcnovladBa of oooamsl- 
Ink prtorlplro and roeorV-kaaptai Is 
buaisaaa and tnduolry. undarattndtt« 
and oppraclottow of atBetoror-g Bui torat 
ratottoaBhlna: ton. mod todokUBL oMl- 
Uy to maol ond nol rffacUniy wtth 
BbbUe. 

Condldolao Mbat ba BrlUaS aBhlaHa wndar 
Uta tea of 44. amnopt to lha ram af oi- 
aamuotton. vhs ora ylcoa prafatatiea. 

, AsBUeoUoo Forma ohutoohla fnm alt 
Oonmmant Ajiciao. im BC. CMl Barr- 
Ira Ca«mta«lof>, WcUar BalldloB. Tk-torto. 



RffTIRKD W UBIWBM AN OffARSB 

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LTVRATIONB. BOILDINO. RBPAJRA. 
I rwoflM B toaclBtlr T. ThlrktH 
Mil Heeftnc. Batten, downpipaa. 
I. IBU 

IX RSFAiRS Ol AND AROUND THB 
booia CarpoBUT, patflUAd sad bIab- 
I Fhopa apyittta « fkto 

1 CVMKHT WORK. BIDffWALK FOUN. 
datioBi. noon end oaetM iaaka. ou. 



A ccurate, heat, fromft. mano- 
ar npt ly pBd. my botaa ■ HB 4 

/tMtUYB CARS BRRVICBB • bptriaaeaf 
' bAby BtUart B Mil- I to 9 . at aUar > 

XPtRfMtCBO KMBROARTBN AND 
prtmary taachor wlU aaalM . Fual- 
|i B dnoto (wm. 1 M 7 Bar tldd ColaBlai 

I^XPtRIEMCBD rniKXIIUPIIffR AND 
^ bookkaoprr dnalraa waonttf. ratpluy- 
KUBt Rm Ft. CofoBluV 

E ~ jopkR IB N CBD . TRDBTWORTHT CASH~ 
lot il r u li BO pod t ion B 41 M. •toll abb 

H ” ~kvv«i TROuiiu ormiib bslp 
for houaawork. otoauitt* Thoa aaU 
thu Modarn Malda Modrrn apwlpmaov to- 
pcrtUBcad help by tha baur oi day. O IdBi 
dart: Otodl BlfhU 

I RONIHO (M CiaANINO HELTBR. KALF 

day Wadnaadny o SdlU 

T AOT WOOTD MtND BOCVB OS BABT 



or « 9 d Rurrard Btraat. Vahaovoor, to ba 
ratamad to the Chairman. Clrtl Bo rneo 
CooUBlMton VIC-rORtA NOT LA TIB 

THAN NOVBMBBR HA. 1949 . 



nFBCTASLS WORKINOMAN. SHCV 
' Hah. 4 d with alea aountry bom. ro- 
roB houaakaapar. Flosao atota woboo aod 

ka DoriiruUn Ran BtH. Coionlrt. 



v.' takar* HlBbatt TOfrrrniiai XHIvwr’a 
llcasra. Bot M. Caloaiav 

I/INOUIDI FROmmONAL LANDBCAFl 
fbrdanar and fraanhooao man. Ufa 
acporlaaro. wanti moody work, 9 Anya 
woakly. a otoady paoliton. Ouaranirod 
flrot-cto aa work. B BMI 

ArWTRbboiUNO AND DOWNFIFBB 
eJaanad ropaJrad and nsovad. Fro# 
■fUaiatoc flown Frvoaa B IBM 

i-‘cVTi»~irmri^.nBSAO~WAjTiR 
or cBlaror. iroka pooltlM SlBhoot 
rofrronrat Bar 11 . Oatoslit. 



•aUafauiioB h our motto. Tatorano B |»C1 

A riVN I t ow— CUT RATV ON NUXLO- 
tod framtta. ropairtoa. rooMdoUn( 
Qnlek aaroleo niuoa B 1941 

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CALLpiM AIX WOMNN 
Vtmn BATS TIMS TO SFARB. WHO 
** wloh to biafca rary monoy. Taka or> 
doro tor hSBarlo and Baatary For todtaa. 
man. ehOdrm. alao bahtoa' waat. HaUUnt 
aeuld ba aaalar with our law pn«aa and owr 
antnlftoantly Ohaairatad aatatofwo aon- 
toiBlnf taiasin af war maianaU BatlO' 
fartlim fbarantoad ar mawor lafiadod. 
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imsiadUWlT for_ya«r fraa eaulaBaa DU 
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AoaUablo tor ttnloafiRy-odaMtod 

yowM mas praaUanI 

kaowladaa of toaRloa alethtae ar 
tooivoar aataa fc a i S unt adcasta- 
maai aoporMnfUaa foUawlnf aam- 
plattoa af tratttnf a u uram tor 
aaiiAhla BwaU canto ffubmit wrtt- 
lo>. outnaa af uaanneauuai aad 
bachBrownd whaa arranylnB 
ttrOtv At tha Mnenaal Otflaa. 



A baixuwb-rm masqurradb dancs. 

Apoasorad by Thu Matrupaliun 
Conplaa* Qub, orfi) M haW In Frlnra Rab- 
art Roaoa Munday. Orwhor it Caatumaa. 
•riaav aooalUaa. Mama by Oaordia Daolaf 
OrahtotTi Rufraohaiooti BfaUBblt Ad* 
■Umien BM. 



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dtatophaiM. bouka undar oadltor. 
d appoaraaro and ralaaL FbO or port- 
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alow car pantar vwrt OWI. 

M an. junt oybr. bkcks pgsmoN. 

Ri-chlaf otavard. AnnhlsB ownaM* 
arad. Drioor'a llaanoa. Bo a 9 i. CatoaiaV 

AN WARTB WDRS^BYSinNOe AND 
Saturdaya Bo a BM 9 . C a hmlaL _ 

LouoifOM. Boiunixmo. back* 
aunf. saanraliac. als Via JaaraAaaa. 
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taw. MC 

AfrrBD"*^ RBIXANLS WOMAN FOSj 

kwnaral havarwai^ tvo to tABUIyJ 

K id aJaia rneklna HUap In. Otbar hoi* I 
t PM 1 . Oottslaf , 

WOMAN TO TAKS CNAROff OF NOMZ 

T* ahd 4 BMAhartasi ahOdne. Ona to 

•tad af hattt ttora tAae ^h wa«aa. Ho 
obfMUoB to attall ahUd sImi 



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wfriaw rowilna asd matotae tha auAlic Am 

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n AULTAIN OR roOOOR— onus’ CARD* 
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daUoary daairoa psrt-thsa or ttsody 
work, aay aftontaua or all day Batarday. 
Apply Bo« MM Caiaatot. 

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|abo ffBirrtor aad tottrtor patoUaB 
Raaoonabto BBtlafaettwe nanataad 1 »- 
madlBU aoTTlcd Ootovlto inx 

omart. touno man orbtrrb fant- 

^ ttaw Wttb. iftmoamw and Batarday. 
Rm chaunaur't Urrnut Baa BSll. 4 >to 
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faaay 4 naa aaraioai. MMday. Oola brr 9 im 

K ~ UMMaVib SALS-«FON»ORBn BT TVS 
Ytrtoria Kivaata Oak. at tha Yto- 
tof to FuMto Martrt. Thawlay. at » am 

WARD TWO URBRALS MBST 1 HO. 
*V Twtaday. OctoArr Mtb. % »m . 

•raJ RmdeuiirtoM. USA Ooraramaal SL 
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kirk koHBODi owJM 

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A (*w tuaa of cwdor ta ka atoooa aaaft 
tba awoM for oibar ofoko 

U« C04or loofM oa4 wnafo- Aa Ab 4 
kvadlod oas cImo. cobM bo oiM fw ila> 
tag otUro, hoMowat. mort. woUa bora*. 
Malta, atr Itteo oa4 OMf M mw oad 
llawaOiMt to vtrala. ku 
Ite. I groda. »or IW rt oolr U M. lo lata 
of 0 1.M4 R or wen oaly illM o«r U 
H« I f^o. par IW ft oi^T H M. In Iota 
af l.oio ft or war* oalr WiM m* M. 

Ik] oad 1x4 dronod eodor boorda apMllr 
ki ooahU aapwbirr ta citf or cooata 
•vch oa Uafni. ikrotlilnc. foaMag. ma 
M ood oa obora. 

CoBtroa to bottof eodor wtn bold aoito 01 { nrM 
wall oa otlitr Irpoa of wood. U )«t»i oa — 
Mmag Boai pltcoa ood rrrtolali 



TAOORlItO AND ALTBBA 

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T AOY-ft ftSAL CXMT. ftOS II; nuiDi~|«i! 



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Ceoker towaU llaweo wootod fox alee 
tekle kluaaa a F C.A. «M14. 

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y Oaltr* CAfa, Vlow Buott. at a 
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Bevi CoBfortaoe 
Naw 4 CettferoBae 

Uuow fM MUUeaj 
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ftoUrood Hottf 
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OrcAeetro 
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lag Uti ftnwnoaa oa tndor* lawber pneea AI*"" 
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CLEARANCE gnoa-klua euiu r 

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oad dodo# la botbroMBo. oUMana. oie br> ^ ** TUXM^O, 81SB 

bl&d woebboolne and loundiw tobt. eU A _ 

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CboBMr Cbamarco 

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Wb* wacb aetur to have »hrB ae'WiO- 1 AJ Morlorle fttaoM 
ooaU* oad ooNly rkweeod tboo trykod I Am! lUoord B MU 

to HU" year foer eeea tt»e you ge eot | = - 

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-aJ^PuJL ISSWiMl' PratoBl *«Mf hM na^S^farlS I ^*2! ,«£ 

angar Ptoaaa pBmx B 1 A*I inatrwmbi Cbmat aarlal lacIuAaA. Taara la,«JSr^ ' *’** *"• 

Tl'AJmCD TO BBMT-DMPtminaBBD fat AM B 1111. 

»» bauaa altb I ar toora raaai# aoA - ~ 

k#«aa#nl. rlu## la. PaUflcW ar BaanalB T,^6HKX COACS — OOOD BOOT. POOR 
pnfarrad. B 3AI7. S.a a I ttr#a. lA** IM a a Ptoa». 

WAJTTBD—IMIABmA'rB ACCOMMODA. I^Vai BALS-CAR RBATBB AMD PUUT 
• • liar far BnplUh laaillT rrltb I k*ya. A kiittao raAla OHM. 

•ebaal aaa Baaaanabi# rarsl Jokllaa-Oak /,oor> raaraTi^rAB BAniiT'riAm’ 

Bay Aram Pbncia B IMl. |y®®” 



hautad. at« patol Jak 



EVER OFFERED. 

TRADES ACCEPTED 
AS DOWN PAYMENT 

NEARLY NEW CARS 
AT UO PER MONTH 



848 YATES ST. 
PHONE G 742 I 

OPBM A A M TO A P M DAILT 

Here Are o Few of the Things 
You Expect When You Pur- 
chose Or>e of Our Cars: 



HVai BALS-CAR RBATBB AMD PUBH' 
A kilUao raAla OHM. 



OFFICES. STOItlS. 

rO KENT 



K. B B 

BTORBB AMD OPTICS BPACB I 

I AROS OPPtCB BPACB. PACBB POST j 
J Oftua. baaUr OaoA toeatlae aaA i 



r iooo CmRTBLBR CAR RADIO. BACW- | IBM Dubraa 
* ap Itaht. tat ll«bt ear Jack kla#l ■ " 
bara alUi lalar, pair naAnaM. 1*1 aruB- 
plau nun# CW«iUM fMV 



I .VtB SALS — IASI MASB, RtmMXNO 

arA#r. Hrat AIM tafcM MeRaa « CHBT 

Swrto I V4y aina, 

\tABI! ~BAr- 'll BtOAM, BLUB, MBW “ ••• 

Al aocMtUaa; eruUai • bollt raAto. #aat 

liwr 1949 

IVAVTSO •> U41 OR LATBB CUm Dqvb 
r * eaaM. eoaeb *r caatartibla. Mual Ml 
riaaa aaA prtcaA lorr wma PO. Baal POirr 



A CAB THATA TUB LOWBBT Of 
PRICB IM VICTOIUA. , 

A CAR WTTB MORM’B PBRBOMAL 
ODARAjmS. 

A CAR TOO KMOW WILL RB RBP- 
RBSSKTBD TO TOO HOM«m.T. 



only AM par taaotb. 

A RVriRBD COUPU WOULD USB A oPPtCt BPACB al MP OfffarruMnl BtraaL 
uS. ihrM-raasaA. taU-aonUiDad. na* haatad. A4I aer amilh 



1WO-BOOM sum FOR TWO WORX- 
tbg plrti ar varktai caiwla; BaaktanA- 



ihrM-rpasaA. aaU-aonutaarL n** 
furnuba* aulla. I^t nat akcaeAuA IM. 
Ctoa# la Baa IBA. Maal#!. 



baataA. Ml par aianih 
BPAUnPUt OPPICB SPACE at Mar 
anA WinApor. Oak Bay Battabir far 



baA. *tO> atbar batlnaaa girt. O kJAA. Tl ’ARM MAIN PX^OOR ROOM, UB. IP 13 Mntamad #aiU. «laaa la: 1-4 
' ww daalrad. Ill* M11U1A# aalaraubad. atara la kiUbaaaU 



tr A Busmsas woMBM-ouiwr, srlp- I SS,. *«•““***• <» e-k-i'* 



L atb modbl motorola pobr. 

kaUaa radio far '**• *1 BuAaan, HA: 
alaa riuiaai paetlw radio. ATI: 

lartn# OlAll. 

I 40MB OUAJUUTTBBt BAmiUM 

M AMUPACTURK) cm PlCTORl# AATB 
1/3 Bara *arv batury raptot#* tA 
•anibr fBarantoad Na* faraadUtonad 
aoA raelacaA battana# 

PBAMUB BATTOUSB B nRBB. LTDi 
.413 OmA'# Bt7**t fbow tWH 



g OOM AMD BOARD FOR PRB-BCBOOL 
ebUArta. toato* eara. Bm f*BA Cai- 



R B BPUMATSL B AMD CAPABLM WOMAM 

«UI glM tovtas aara arM kaard la a — - ! - j ---^ — 7 ,z 

a 111k ^'ROOM BU^^B POB ^SMT, LIC 

— »■ ■ . ■ - ■ r r; ? ?: X houtakaapiaa. graaaA Oaar i 

-AOCM AMD BOARD WnW OOC» ParUaaaat BaflAiaB# OA134. 
ir^U# to aka baaaa la togaiatotl. — ' S^^,i^ig,^o~ROO 

y”' X ataaa w UaafparuBak. B AIM 

1>OOM. OOOD BOARD. BUBlMBBBIfiM. r ~ la maiiiwia ai 

H iwla kada: lA totaataa aMy BMM ■OVSIBEKPINQ mOOMI 

TbOOM AMD BOARD POB lOBIMWB WANTED 

n gWl. lit vaak. BMM . ■ . . 



IT daalrad- 131* initolda 

r MICB PURJIIBiaD ROOM AMD CART- 
I 0*1 klUbvi rrub atnk bat and «*M 
waur. baai. Ugbi. A3A maib ar Al M vrMk 



2 'ROOM sum POB RBMT 
houtakaapiag. graaad Oat 



DAT. UOMT 
flaar M*ar 



u aantainod aaiu. alaaa la: 1*4 rao*a, 
. kalaraiabad. aura ta MUbaBatu. «uJ 
uad aaikU gardae: A4A-AM toaaiA. Bafar- 
I aaei Boa H M Ca^Ut 

B ub DRivn ivbtirani. wipe amd 
3 aiaaU chtldraa. la B*^rau naad af 



Apply Our BaBUl* Daparttaant 

KSB A BTSPHEMSOM. LTD. 
pM opvaraaairi 0 4IPT 



O HB POifln'bMV CAB RADIO, UBID 
A BonUM. All OA3H. 



TTStlMD OOOPLB OBBXRBS PVR- 
1 * nuhad nir-aaotaibad auJU vub lata 
kada NaraatVar M ta Pakruary. OHM 



u#i#r jjOPEfUCtWfflON TIMB AMD WMXAL* 

AROB BALL OBOUMD PLOOB, APT- ~ **^...*“ w^ya, o#p a^ 

• tmaea and avralnB#. riiebea pbona "fJLa 

* ■.».; elm la: |> aad .» Ea. im, ‘Sll ‘Sfia.'uT'S: 

■ ■ C»a tor badp*t ptoa Oarla Jack, 1311 

ABOB WBLUMBATBD OP P ICR B TO Quadra Btraat. Beui. 

_T»ui ta nr* kuOdiag at mim Dent- | 



1* 3 aiaaU chtldraa. la d*»p#rau twad af Mj amaaa and avmlna# nictare a»Mna Oat aitr prkai Car jMUri to- 

S ar 4 auuraubad niaiu *t bauM. aM atonw elm to' 13 Ted ■» Baa im 

BaaaanabW rant PUa#« brip aa. BAMA. cblontM lL"“« *U #toa Ura ebala# 



SPENCER HOUSTON 

CAR SALES 

"The Islond't Largest UMd 
Cor Dcolers" 

951 Yates St. 

"Guarantees Customer 
Sotisfoction" 

ALL CARS WlMlWRtBIO UICLVUCMO 
AMTl-PRSBU 

in 4 O POMTIAC taTBR STRSAR 



1 n #0 CHB7ROLST BBDAM, Air Perea ODawABtaa. 

IT^T Waa. aaly LAM BUaa. eO^A 3. A CAR TOO KMOW WILL RB BBP- 
e* aa* Da«a >OwU RBSSKTSD TO TOO HOMMrTLT. 

in An POMTIAC POUR-DOOR MDAM. A A TRAOS-iN TALUB OH TOUR CAR 
I 949 Brand oa» TMATB TUB HIOBIMT CM HCTORXA 

CMwe SlUUU'l TBI UlWBMT DOWM PATUBMT AMD 

lO.oPOMTUC ... NLTBR StREAR I T»lk« TO BUTT TM. CUB- 

"J’S.-T: i com. cm AMO DO BimiM... WITH D. 
STjU wg aiu TODAY OPFRRIMO WITB 
I Od Q ®^***XOBILB A 4-OOOR BBDAM BVBRY rURCKABR SMALL 

iTQOCaataai radto haaiar OB LAROB 



tie;# HOOO-, 

1 OdO POMTUC (li BlLYBR MYREAR I 
I I yQO BRDAMrm cmm t«4W. wr I 
eandmasar. baaiar, dafroaur ' 

Da«n S 9 !>U 

1 Qd Q OLDSMOBILB A 4-DOOR BBDAM 
l7QOc«#tato radla. baatar #ocn 
Davn 3 iQ3U 

IA^-tBUICR COMVKRTlBLB Omt tf 
I 74 / iba ftimt aara to Ylctnna Drep 
ar«und and m far yaanatf Taa-iaee 

graan 

iQjy MBRCniRT III 4-OOOR BBDAM I 
iY4/ R#aiar, Bnl rtoaa Mm- #•*#%/%' 



GALLONS OF GASOLINE 
AND 



duiao Opaa 



$700 ^ o Specioi for This Week 



1947 

Davo 



PLYMOOTM COUFB to f*ff , i n'^o «>»<toa Cauaa. kady aad katot la 
rendiUan e'^lvA I 7 JO parlaet aendlllaa BagiBa aaada 

a luUa »ark SROK 

PLTMOimi BBDAM Dark fawa ^ 



I Aiy Fi.TMUirr« m 

I 740 good •ertdtttoci 

E>»«n 



$700 



1 94R .rrlS* ' i nj i PLYMOinR bbdam pm# tMmiii 

• y 40 BBDAM. fiUtbad la kaaaiUaJ i | 94 I ear p#on 



1 1 AROR 

I Lj nnt 
I la# eimt 



Phan# B41M. 



djlMOlS ROOM AMD BOARD. MALB. MA rVRMIPRB B 

~ * *** - \\rANTBD. BY WORRDK3 MAH. LJIJ 

K/WIY MICB AOOOMMOOATSOR POB I* aaatral toaaUoa a« M*A OalaU 
V paoaa lady. Warn, ftoaa. P*H 

iMiaaa* aCM toaatb gg FLATI AND APABTMKNTS 



rVBMIBRBB 



; ryiwo TBACKBRB RBQUWt PURMIBHBO | 

L baebalar #iiHa w kad-rUitog-raato * Biraai. Caaatda « 

vub kitebaertu. Oak Bay OUtrlet ar aa **ay, lA d. « D14 

^ raal a. Ma a *»3. CatoaUl t aROB AMO SMALL RALLS FOB BBMT. 

_VJ ' Ij etodcraki B lAU 



Qu. dtoBt-r;;i:’ im,. j'-v m. S’rST ‘SSSad .Ito S 

rpwo OMLT MBARLT MBW 1AA R M dafrattara; laMda eaptrallad _ _ . , 

T* (rack um wnaitu with takaa. IM 1 94 1 

•arb Vruraa Ca . Ml JobAMo Hi** aotofarl aad aafaty tbU _ 

_ $2195 

1 TROPIC AIR ARI8TOCRAT CAB 8BAT- . 

•r um but in* >•* ato ar BMrm Ueab ar iraAa. MM. kalanaa ATI a aeanlb VirTf 



$480 



,PbU prlra 

IU1 PLYUOUTB COOPS 
lAJA FORD COUPS 
1A4I DOOOB BBDAM 
MU ORARAM BBDAM 
1*3* BOICX BBDAM 



CADILLAC BBDAirSTrB. la*, 
taaa g r aap; baaiar eOAA 



Cfir^n ' 1 OAO *****>• bbdam, Jm bfca Aa*. 
toOVA/ I i y4y wiib baaiar aad aalUag far A*** 

jrr.sipAi $1995 



\\rANTSD. BT WOBRDK3 MAH. LJM.. 
11 aaatral toaaUea Bar M*A Oalaatoi. 



_ I n r AMTSD — BT TOOBO cooPLR MO — - — — — — 

.. 1 VY ehtldrra. ibraa ar laur-taMb b*«M fiTORB FOR RBMT WITS ROOM ABOTR I TBBD AMD 
L Iw aaarttoank aa/srelaltod Pbana BUM. ttilaDdidly aluiawd 1433 Br«ad Bl. V ***. *** 



iss «ii“ sat SSJ? Victorians are talking 

I - I ■ - lag rbaiwaai ABOUT TIP TOP'S I y4y aaiaialy ara Daws. #mE/\ 



NEW CAB RADIOR. BRAT- 



$1250 



tXJARM ROOM. tTBRT COMPORT. 
TT gatet. M tolMMa' «aft M elty. toaak. 

EMM 



TO U?«T 

A OOUFAOX. S-ROOM HaWBIIWP 
MlU. aatf aaataiaad. h#at aad hat 



GARDEN RENTALS 

IM PORT STREBT 



r? tblaDdidly aluiawd 1433 Br«ad Bl. 
Ta«ant Ma ra atoar lA. 1AM BMU. 

S MALL BALL POB RBMT. MO PtAJfO 

Pbaaa BIA41. 

rpwo MSW~MO0MRM STCiUB TO RBNT'. 



CFaxM mboid. OOQO board, for ; «kUr, mi aarfara; 3 addlto. Bm *H4. 
TT aldarlf ladtok. Rat WA. CBInslit i QatoaliM . 

« BOOM 4!»D BOAEO WA.MTTO A SiS”. 

I ta lava ChlMnm ailaaaii Aaaia A*l* 

B <■>>»« giTD BOOM WAMTSD POB | Cavt Dial "O'* far BatoMMil INB 

aldartr todf. atd-kga panatoDar. ' *T === »t» m— m 



y/m MoRtotrr # ptY ATnUCmrK P im j MB RKD 

Ff** - 1 ^ aparttotnl, apaa Braptoea; baal dto- 

B OARD AMD HOOM MBBOBD FOR trici. aaJktog diaUnra (a leva. lAIA 
aarttot toaib#r a»d tab, four ya*r» [ Maaa straaL 
•N- •« Ml- C*Mbl#L I 4 WARM TWCVBOCM BUTTB, KIT. 



rw wnmr rnnwrr rP^O MSW MODXRM srORBB TO RBMT. — 

IM PORT SimBBT J BU«h*rd VV 

] and BuatkakU ** 

NO CHARGE TO LANDLORDS ; sTToT^NT^rSn^cSiANEOW 

Wa BATS yaa* unaiit kul «a HBBD yaar . — 

•oJia ar bauto Uatlng Purblaltod aitil an- ffjioB BBMT > PLOOH POUSIISRS BT 
rumu&d abitoa and Aa«m PLBASt ThU aT, a 

I# ft ganvloa aeraka abara aa try In ^ 

pl^ k*4b IkAdlord and llBkAl Pbana nORTABLB BLBCTBIC PAIMT BPRATBR. 
u *M1. 1 Aniheriaad PitUburgb aatoi daalar 

PalrSald Badto BAP41 



Jg^jg-ya , . 1948 amazing low prices , 949 

n’t BAYS SBTBBAt OOOD OSBD CAB iidavAUft, awtaa radto and baatar A a«r bM dikD *•*• A fa* mUw and aaa be 

M tmi baaacf. e 1 QO^ lOanPOBD BBDAM. UatoraU radla. Parahtaad * 1 U ClinA 

AfUtaerntlt data Sato# 1*1* DkagUa M Pnu a^aa S I 09!) 1 940 baatar. ■paUlAbi. ^qqc Pa*n iBAtona# la Bait* » II OU 

tinUCKlMO int FORD COtTPK AU. ^ .^. 4 . mu m A karialB >Oyj . . r-wwmmntrr mwnAwwwrm ^ 



dTCMYALaBCTMO AATBRTTTC WSOLM- \ •* * 

V- aga* aatoan. naadltig R4|bl bato. *n 

wHI2I?mh'S2^‘i?^d I pBfOWT 3-ROOM. BBLP-CCSrTAlMBO. 

• RSRfSaS ». " aafantlftbad aMtolra aiUto. AtUae- 

iaaT*pKna *331^^^ “** '‘*** »• jmk and iwar Ptr- 

igad. Plaaa Bancaa AJ# 7^ l_— _ Nakftaal BaUdlnga. Raal AM Ball koal- 

TTbPTLIMAM WAMTS boon. WITB am aaapla. B e« iM. CalaaUt 

eiL^!52i#rru U?l2ft b3J*ma^. sum-ciirTRAL. SOCK 

nm to. Mea#ra<# tarau. aea m. war 1 > ^ ^ , 1 ^ aaaUatoko prafarrad. 

- . - Apply Alfto ApU. 1AM Jobbaaa^lraal 

R“j£srts: amL-Tw<^«ooM «ax' 

teen 4) canlaliMd aalta and prtaala batb. i 

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Si ROOMS TO BBNT I reoAfPciBTABLB pmunuoD ~apabtI i 



A WARM TWO- 
rbanatta altb 
aon prafarrad OD 



VH0OM 



BUTTS. KIT- 
Baalnm par- 



M < Pbeaa O IB31 lOjA McClara At _ 

I reOMPORT AALB FURMUDOD ~APaBT- 
|1 ‘ nanl an Aaaeb Ortta aatarfrant. 



A FREE SERVICE 
I TO landlords 

Icbam Tatr raannia at Annul# Oattaitod 

568 o Yotes St. (Uoitoirs) 
B3544 

U BorSES TO SENT 

K. * B 

RSMTAt OPPORTUMimB POB YOU 
PURJOBRSD 



IS WANTED TO RENT^ 
MIKCELLANIOC8 

tk,’AMTRD TO RCMT ST OLD-BBTAB- 
TT u#b#d flm. a aktra aa Oaramnaat 
Auaat ar Pert, acal at Okadra. Wrlu 
Bon *141 OolnnUt. 



nucKiMo mr pord coupk au. 
pnm nnoani# Apply »U ^rf Bl 



BUMORSDA Of 
PABBBMOBB AMO TROCR 
UBBP TlRtt 

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Baratd m Oar*L 7^« B 



Canb ar tr^ #1*1 kalnnea *■ a toaaUI * bargeto 
taaladM #alna ua. (naaranva and aarry- _ . 



; In* ahnrgaa 



MBRCUBT 
BBDAM 13.1 



4-OOOB 

•pMlaa# 



1939 UT.S; 

•aa Dane 



•TUDBBARBB CBAMnOM 



; DavB (Balanai ta Balt* B I I UU 

I Ajg CKBmOLBT BBDAjrrm. a l«a> 
> iy40 lanad graan: «ary la* tottaaaa. 
and bM aaar AIM wanb ar aatraa aa II 



inji "a ' I y40 lanad graan: m 
' and bM aaar AIM wanb i 

C4Qn I it U a raal win* f« aaly 
Daan iBuUnra la B(tlt> 



Dawn iBnlnnra la Balt* $1000 

\QA^ QAKVROLVT PLBBTMABTSB B 8 - 
CAHO I '4/ DAN, radla and baatar. and aibar 
b4UU >ci' aaaarta# Il'a raally lb #bowTaato aaa- 
dUiaa abd gain* far a aatp eOAA 
Dean (Bainitra to BaH> ByVA/ 

I 1 OAX (^WBVBOLBT PLBBTM*«TSB AB- 
J I y40 DAM Tbla ear ta parfrat thraagb- 
B/40 eat and aamng far eonn 

|D**a <BaUM* U 8 al(> BOUV 

4795 ' 1 OAT OOOOB COACS. radM. baaiar. 

{ I y4/ and H'* to aarb nto* Riam *** 
Irattld If# i**nr a na* ear eOAA 
JjQOjDawn fAalanra la Ball* BOUV 



I BBDAM ii.agg Biiaa ***!■•■# .—.«.«.■#*■ ft.p#M emrPB tuau 

7 i?i?n 939 lLt*p!iai lJr 



$1695;i>»- 

' Caab ar trad#. AIM, kAtoaaa IM par toanib | 1 03 0 COUPS 

inrhidaa inlaa to*. Inaaraana aad carry, > 700 Oaly 



*tH inrtudaa laka tn*. Inaaraana aad carry 
Ing rbarga#. 



2 1 OA7 »W««AO A-OOOR BBOAM aaa- ’ ^ 

72" •- , *! , *•- ***• ? , 1 947 law radla aad baatar. adMUaal ennnJ.AC a 

MC TBLCB* AMD TRAORBA ATC “ 1 1 TOS ^ ’36 

I UR TRAILBR. YKMT OOOD COMDI- ^ mO-Y TERRAPLAMB 

■S 1947 

B E^OR BAL»-l»u'^RO PICKUP. OMOBB ^'n'^ltoa^ $1895 COMPARE 01 

X I.m Dadga aearartlbia. AHA l*M A Kin I DW 

Mania Unf A-iaa. AIM. IP4# Dadga aara- PACKARD OB L03CB CUPPER nrau LLJW 

^ van WIO irada an Baaiaar baoja ar 1 940 BBDAM. BaaaUtoi tva-taea Maa 

2 It* r #7 vtol aSl?' *' «*« FH •*« •» M* aa OOn RBPITTATk 

m- Ml Via* BtTMt _ thto ana ai faO arm of BXXyO — 



1 077 PLYMOUTH COUPE. 
I y J t M* toatar u aa rhn al 



1936 



■ — — — 1 , iiftft ta- uraa lii Aoaly k ward. 

IT »AMTtD TO RBKT QARAOK MBAR Le« A OevrrtftUk' Road Tiy Langf^ 1 047 
** MM black, Dnlln# Rond. Raoai *. All Brbnnr I T4/ 



cAnnA.AC cum 
COUPK Only 

TERRAPLAMB BBDAM 



DnUn# Rend 



WINTEE RESORTS 



dUiaa and gain* far a aadp eOAA 
Dean (Baiaitra to BaH> AyVA/ 

1 OAA (^WBVROLBT PLBBTM*«TSB BB- 
I y40 DAM Tbla car ta parfvet thraagb- 
aai and #ai)ing far eQr\A 

Da*a <BaUM* U 8al(> BOUU 

1 AJ 7 00008 COACS. todie. baaiar. 
I y4/ and H'* to aarb mra Rum va* 



T,'«BIBMOUMBB 8 AMD BOWBUKX COM- pramiy Clarhac. Ant* aad TraU 
A fart In raatfnn and baanUNl car- III Vtw Btraat 



$1895' 



$2295 



COMPARE OUR PRICES 
AND LOW TERMS 



REMEMBER 



N IOSLY PUBMHBKD 8LBBn>*0 BOOMa *a*r kaa 3 raauc pliu kllfbaaatu #«a- 
fMcnt nnnr Parllatoaal BulULag# **r#b ftnd kklbreogL PlrrpUaa per a»c 
jgg:4*“ ' ■«**.•#. »Mto_ arjaagar AH.N BMlA. 

Aa* BAT-BBD-irniwo-ikoou wmi ; Cibarmimo apawimimt. 4 larob 
^TflrapUM, aaa af ba*Mb«id faaimtaa. ! 2 ?“ Mto. aatoalaiRy faraiabad. 

garage avellnkla. B HM. , *f .Bf* kvaiJ- 



pnnwnnn fennding# avail yea al rTh# Warran"! 

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vanbar I UA M#kreb L OU baaUd. rvarv raen. cprlng-nttcd taattraetc*. 
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PACIFIC ATSMUS 



a tovaly baau. Winter rai#a 



fully luriUnbnd. tko p#r atonib. ebnn dtaUen Fboni 

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l#val# Tan kadraoto# wlib tvia kad# Oaa -'TTAlUiOUR COUR' 
kaaud. M* par toeaUi. LI rurai#b#4 "d« 

vnrtmanmD 

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raato. aoa acre «f toad. f«* par toonth. ng OOTTkOBg i 
UHPURBtBBBD APABTlIBirT an Caok ;.w>irPt.* 'ohi.* r 
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PCRMIBKBD 



TblUONT. COMPOSTABLB ROOM. SUIT 
13 kaatom girl kraakfagl U daal r ad. 
■a ar Wau. jlil**. 

5 w>-8rrnwo-ROQM. aibo aLOPtMO 

raaai. Ill CenwaB. 



a#ix-aaaiaui*o. aiik garega Mf* avail- 
' akta gl* Paul Bar Bnad B Mil. 

/ H^MPAMinH~tb~8IMHB 8 UHB APPLY 

S UI T * atvnlagc Pbaaa 8 HU. 



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J apatalra flal of 4 raoto# and kaib- 
' raato. Baal pan af BardaU Avaaaa Pbaaa 
>0 11*4. Akk for Mr. Ball 



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bad vaallMr are- P*n Hicr 



$1295 



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AT 

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MANY HOTELS, APART. 
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raJtaa aad tv* rim-roaMiA raHaa Oraaa 
rvatair. iiM par aMnib. Raatala ara a* 
lapt T a a atfy Nv aad all ara pravar 
^ vary N.N..*., a. J, 2.000 

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AN QOYBIUIMlin Wt PROBB O ilN 



1944 MERCURY DE LUXE 
SEDAN 

RAXMO. HBATBR. POUUOVTR 
IB> CAOCUJIC AYBWUB 



JAMESON SPECIALS 

7 plyM*uib Da Lwa a v 

Badaa. lav Mllaafa # I 

o avr at a i Can pa. 

raal 



Jameson Motors Ltd. 

IN BROOOWTOR VTRnrT 



APARTMENT BUILDING 

lA BuMaa lan aaM maiaiaadi. 
•oUd brick aaaatrmUaa. OtaM*M 
loiiltab Oraaa raaaaaa. A1.AN b« 
yaar at pr aaaat raau. Tbia apart- 
Mant la tm NlaudlA aa a RUaa aa4 
al tba brtea la aaa R No boR N- 
raatMMia •• Iba Markwt Mday. 

$4Z500 



RETIREMENT SECURITY 

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laa raoM and kUcbaoMia Tbraa baiba. 
atr TIUi aiaaarty will prwvld* nvnar 
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I AIM Maa»^ la barfaci aaadtUaa laaida 
bcid oat Bwyw aaa valk MW a t«"d 
bOMi and bara iMMadUu laeoau *Ub««t 
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IAN RararbMaat Bt O AIM 



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baauty abap UutaUad vtlb BMdarii avM* 
dnu aguuaaant Pina laaattbD In Oat 
Bay. Pnrad at bara aaat R Inatalla- 
Man Biaallaat u pp m rw n tTT ai 

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THE B.C LAND 



VICTORIA REALTY 



I P R. BROWN & SONS 
I LIMITED 

MAC arTATm and maonAMca Aaaan 

MMWr K«*l BM*I* Bo*r« Wt TiviHto 

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KER & 

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kalMM to to p*JA BMaiAly Ma 
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£r”“ $4200 

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tovciy ttow. ItoatAwM. UnAtog aoA 
garan. conrantoni locatlaa, la gaoA 
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laat aalaa at >o4CHJ 



$6500 



far Mr. CkrtotoMan. W*m, kMMjoi; 

$1500 DOWN 

IB. Pwar-raaa baagato* vllb baaa lima, beab 
ITtoM aka tow. - 



auraatova Itoa racM 

.. j to Uto QaaAra Ala- 

at«M ototol bath/M Uiara to a »-»toea ktot. FlaasaA far aoMfort. 
vaabrMto. Lam brlaA-rwto. atoa a gooA- M baa Hnag-rMM. Alotoa- 
i-i — nraptocat. Tbaaa rootoa mmm, coM&tt kl^n vlib 
a lull AlaMg-raoto laoa tba aaa. all Tlto-Taa floar. tva B»a baA- 
ba*a tom aktara vtoiAova It baa a man. Tbara to a tail aa* 
S^L OU-O-Matto aant baaaaaat MU 

Isay y ?• ‘" V l a n Aa c a p ad. r«a«. MA baatleg- ArtoMm 

^ j ^ ^^^a. «aa. ft.* 



$4200 



far Mr. Cb/latonaaa. Km. 



"NEAR PARK AND SEA" r-u rrtet . 

o>AAL roa amiuMKirr t» rau nvg- rtpua aMtact a m. Mtoa/. 
aooM caaAti-coLoaaD imicco a«i«- 
Q&Low »nw artBNDU) aiua basb- 
MEWT. ON A wo tar M curoap btwabt 
jurr nri mindtb mow aaa and 
IfM orcMiNo raoNT door 

Wl PUVB an Bin'SUMCI HAIX. LIV- 
INO-ao OM Usli, AND or COl'RBB A 
nRATLAC W- MCI DININO-ROOM. NOOK 
u» THE crrcTHKii Tnan riECB RATu-i 
ROOM TWO BEPIU>:>W9 FtOORi j 
R^WOOP AND riR. RIATIMU ET ‘ 

HOT-Aia rirsD furnaCi built in 
im. W AIXIWO DlETANCR TO TOWN 
AND THE BOlUllNOa OWNCRB BDILO- 
INO A NEW RO UBE . RAVE THIS HOME 
PRICED VERT ATTTtAC' 

TIVtLT AT $7600 

"3-BEDROOM BUNGALOW" 



$4300 



$5950 



Juat cao to i toto b. r*at-roato naaca bui 
low AHA bmA. Atoa atUlty raow. A 
ewiAlUanaA bat air bMtUig. WQT-* 



OWNER MOVING 

Tba awoar af Uto ftoa bom ma a 
aamar tot baa oaw sada a rM«c- 
ttoo a< gl.gM fat bacMlIt mt praa- 
paetira parebaMr, atoa actwaa to 
aUl mm Urns a( t3.BM eaU wiU 
bato twa artaagM by »>« ■>**■»/ pu. 
totnu nitabto tar b«yar. Thbto 
a •-raoai bangatow. all la ■««»<- 
toot tanaiuon Iatm. brigbi. airy 
rwooa; a h aArwa i a baMtoaoi. lor- 
aao*. Mparato garaga. Nkaly 
laadacapM gardan plaaUd Mi ftov- 
ars, abrobA. fnalt traaa ate. Vary 
rtamabto taaaa. AO Uto wUb 
Itoaadlato p-y-aaiftn 



Ofl-O-MaiW Hat Watar Maatlag 

•tvera buAgrtov mt tli aparieua raawa. 
Ll*lnc*raaM with Onplaea. ibrougb ball. 
Uraa badraaa* aad bathraoto. MMcro 
klUbM and dinaito. all an tba on# Itoor 
run caarnt baaaoMtit wllb garaga aaA 
raapwa «Mb riiaplaea. Mieg gartfaa anil a 
Jm^toMtMto $12,600 



LISTINGS WANTED * 

rsrArjT n this one has evei 

!?L*hS' irru:;!:; 

•• tba alM and dUtrtol. as algbt-ywv-ald 

ninrimF *** pbrOM M« aavar waoU Bat-rwia ftawly 

patntad and daeoratM Cn- 

^itoa ball Itabw-raam «IU 

VIEW ROYAL r"^r. •*; 

VERY ATTRACTIVE SU-tSa 

w«h Una tncludad roar-ptoea fanbrefca ycaHaiH 

totb and pMaaUI baalo. Twa badrM^ ****•• 

dawn and twa raaou an. FUB bajMiant wbaola 



GENTLEMAN'S RESIDENCE 
UPLANDS 

A aptobdld awaae-iMM atuoca baag dwa 
aaar baU-acra park-Uka 



GORDON HEAD! 

RANCH mrLEi OS untsi 

raur acraa at baaautal labdf Tbia nArt 
ra»«b-aiyto atneca bungatow onara mrmrj- 
Uing to ratolprtabto living Larga aa- 
tranca and tbraugh ball, apactoua and 
luufat Uruig-raam wttb eatoalal nraplara. 
gnast-atoa dmidf-rwato. atraamltoad kli- 
aban arrangad w mska work a ptoaaura 
OllUtr racM. twa larga badraaai and a 
tlna batbraam wlUi pwwdar tabto. ate. 
RardwaM flaars ibraughant. tnilf Ibm- 
totod, (OKwr piping. Bigb dayUgbt baaa- 
■am wUn hat waiar Oll-O-Matie baattog 
alant Altarhad toat/blng garaga; tlna 
toana and gardant Early AAn 



$7500 



JAMES BAY 

rout-raoto bangatow wllb part baaaaaat 
RanJwnad ftonra. Oldar typa but Mild 

$4200 

Aak tar f DaMan, Em, O laM 



l^ltoo, van wlO agrw. to gaM. 
apuib at Oak Bay Aaa All ranau 
«*D plUBad. tba totortor daawra- 
Hm ba^ aaarytbtog ana »ay da- 
atoa. Tba caaiptota hauaa to a 4> 
atuaan bungatow. Tbara to a 
rull baaainaBt, bat air turaa«a, gnr- 
aga toMtod to baamam Ln/gt 
tot wllb gardan and Uwna Cmn 
to and toMact tbU nrwpartr Maka 
M an otiar to auU your naanma 
Mpartcaab $7800 



$7500 

Cbamm Wtwan bungatow. nanhatna 
UraugbbaU. larga llvtog-rwaa wiu 
OME^‘‘ cabtoal atoatrto 

^ n * badmotoa and baito- 

^ill (WBtnt baaaotnt witb tarna 

i.T'fe’i '^'7* _ $12,600 

no Eoor ^ t" Wtoa Cavrtfiaa. Vvm.. O nil 
lALt AND 

irLkN^oni HILLSIOE-SHELBOURNE 
area 

$337S-FULL PRICE 

JOZUUi^ur rnaoa fun baaaaant. fruit toMa 

y*t hama to a gnad 

1 ***,*^® ***W baata to oflarwd for 

HOME M*VanaMMf tooa, awoar auat g« 

T LAND- , ^ 

Dg. TtR- rtooM aoiiact Mr BbrUR, Jt. ■ im 



laioa. Handy ineauob t^Cnn t-l I T 

Rawly daaoralad «ODUU ^ _ 

Ctona to nva-raom bungala 

COLONIAL WHITE SIDING Ranga and^*^ baatar IM/U^ad 
4 BEDROOMS 

Tbto attraellva aadaro Catoolal will 
ault tba tanllT atan. Uvloj|-rM« wun 
Sraplaoa, dlning-ranw. kftebts with 
aoMbtoaitnA atoctrk and atl-burntog 
range. («a badronoa and batbraam and 
hallway. UpaUIrt tbara ara two bad- 
roaat. Oewd baaanaot aad famara, 
ailra lanm aad watbranw toncAA 
Ptoaannt rirranndto-'t #YDUU 



$7850 



SPLENDID VIEW 



laaaa WT. Rauaa to ywan aid 

Varaot. gnaw lanbA to r» y /\a ' 

rm brtN 52)600 * **■* btaklltul boaa In Iba 

^ p a p ular DEAN RETORTS 

JAMES BAY— NEAR SEA SSJ' 

A ft’'* lava!* mcmia ’’T'a 

I Mwil^ kluaca bungatow. blab arwirrd oftm a •ntomtig 

Tto^ nr*. virwaMharirrimnAlnaarM 

n^' iwa 'n.S™V‘f^y^*.l“‘ i Thl. bema b*i a rwr-.iMr 

oTiit baaa- Ibalhranm hrrdwaM Amt* 

C * rM* *"**««■ Ranarau ; tbrwM^wH r" 1 l «wwanf ha*a- 

aXni'^ •*! want wMb fgraaaa garaga 

5« .“.?i,*!Li^‘*LrirSruSr s: 

Va na tlan Mtada iMlngad mra antr 

rua mm . . _ . . • $7500 

nm»M an tar Mr. Halna NEAR THE BD 

CHOICE DISTRICT iSSTia'Ztl ^77 C 

Gordentr'i Lot — 5(Yx240' largn aaTrr halL Ovl^ 

4 ga«4 Muon bnngatow at • K .Ry- 

Ru^VrwofaSr* tor^ ttat^rnaa ^fly-atoad Tbtng - rwo«. 

bathfuan^KL wn^aato 

■i^t hr*"*"*. ^3 nnar TWO bto badraanu np 

wator mToI? batrmanf wl'b 

m ^ AtTTOMATic oa rtrww ACT 

^11 lra« vU^ ^ “ Oardan to aarw toaato and 

/atft aid. Md prTrnd to on i 2 C' * 



DEAN HEIGHTS 

OAK rUIORg THRODOHODT 

Otoaming wbita atucea bungatow to fina 
aaMitbrn, eoaprUlog antranca • and 
ibraugn naO. aitractira Hving-rnam with 
tlraptara. diaaita. bright klkbas wlrad 
tar rarvga and Utod link, (wo gaed-»taad 
bMroon* and taur-ptora Ftabraka bntb- 
rows roll baMiPiBt. aalra raawi, garaga 
aad laundry iravA bat air bgatlng. Tbto 
bacaa la toMlatna. flowra ara to naw aoudi- 
Uan aad na radacaraUaf ragutoad A 
tovaly toMltou wlU waatara aapna oi a 
nrat Uoa mm Iba oartat and Tim ttoai 



onava. Evanlnga saaM 



$1000 DOWN 

l*Mr-raBa cottag* Naada ripalrt. Outot 

$2850 

Aak for Mr Clawan Eva* O UW 



** a J**S“ auUMrla (mt a 
^ mt V.MD. aaptoyaa It to wall 
bum. conialntog t rwaai. 9 larga 
ram dawn and J rnao* wlU 
bathraan up. Thar* u a nood 
gardan lat Tba aanar at tbto 
praparty win aecapi mall aeva- 
M* paroaot wtU uraa* 

U dtalrad oa part caab to<^n/\yv 
and larma Frtoa $3800 
Can Mr. EabOTWaai 
Evanlnga g|4Tg 

$7400 - $7400 . $7400 

A MMara yaltow ctuaoa bma. 

9 raara aid. MnalM to aaa 
af Ua nnaHt ratodMim araM m 

U*^. A fiTw lu'nSJyaS 

wototva fMturaa ara aak iimmm. 
MObrato ptoaac ftototo itrtog 

ram wlib flraplaea. I npaclana 
®*RraaaA. kUeben wltb ilia 
aPtMlI.p^nad rupMam ^ 



IDEAL* SEAFRONT HOME 
IN GOOD DISTRICT 

fm UaM wba want aaurreat «toM to 
VtotdcU U wanld ba a ptouaara in tbew 
Uto gnuanal and wMI-buIlt booa to a 
nrto-atoM raatdabUal araa. anaotoUag 
at BvM to t aato wlU nnrplaaa. dtotng- 
m a WtU ttfup toM. atatorta kllnbcn. 
~m4 ka ii uBMa aad toadeu totb- 
Twa antra ranma and waabiuaa 



$8950 



$8950 



$7000 



P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LIMITED 



to an 

aral 1 ^ 

baalltig laK. Tba whala to waD aan- 
Mrnatad. Uautotad. mo 4 Balabad to 
•wantob oabofaBy Oomm garden getnt 
dwww to watorS adga Baparata garaga 
Bkrailant graanbAUM Magalltoant rtow 
wf tba aaa. toUnd*. oauntotna and 



$8950 



THE YORKSHIRE 



mt tba aaa. toUnd*. oauntotna an* 
abipa paaalng to fur tortbaa Inranna 
llan kindly raniari aur efftra Tnapar- 
tton by appalntnant aaly 
iBaelBiiN* 



ROYAL OAK 

A dandy t-rmmm oidtog bungatow au mmm 

sr Kiis' 

Net aaai lUa tbto mi 



FRASER BISCOE'S 



OAK BAY SPECIAL 
$8900 

FULLY FURNISHED 



$4500 



Rithet Consolidated, Ltd. 

Mamtof Real btau Baard of Tklaala 
TH fORT HTREET PSORE B 4991 

EVSRINOB 

Mr 0trlab. EMM; Mr tavi|g. OkWt 
Mr. Eatobar. 0 9kg4. Mr. Cuauaaa. I1f9g 



GEORGE RANDALL 

iNB o iigg ooooutg rr 



tot piidi^..Mu;nr;in'5n5:ru^ 

J^anra hall to llrlu-reaa, 9bkM 
ftrwolaca (wnraoM aai dtnlng-rnoM iTi 
bl^an wired lor ranga. Opatoln 
^ tb/va badranoa and batbraoHi. and 
WlU baUrauw an 

*^W>lng paru. PuU baMoant toU 
ftouga, latatory and bat-waiar 



iChamlng atbcae bungatow Cbatoa lacn- 
Uon. aouU af Ua Avenue Llving-raeaL 
opeo flrapurv. dlnlM-rona. cabtoat kll- 
eban. (WB goad badroou. baihraan Bull 
haMOani. OU-O-Matlc BEAT. Baparata 
garaga Hlca garden. TaiM only Mi. 
frica Includaa all Tenatton bUada. drapaa, 
alOMt new ranga. vamua carpet awaapar. 
abaut Ig 0 gallnna all and gaod gaUiy fur- 
Bllura. ate. Tbto property to In nm-ciaa 



GULF ISLAND 



THREE-BEDROOM HOME 
Ncor Cook ond Ookmount 



$6695 



. , Etueea Baa ruaaa and neab. Bdparata gar- 

GORDON HEAD I T..K?. VK“..,',S“SS 

un|qu« p.cfur,v,u. Bungolpw ^"ru, 

AttfOCtiVC DHSign. Sootlcss I EEDROOMB lana mt wbleb waulj 

AU-.,* lA A nil- »TV !??**,.**'• “ “ dlnlng-Twaa If deatradi, 

About VS Acre, 3J^ Mile Circle *'^*ra baumaa. 

•PV..I. _ . iVtoattan blloda tbrawbvut ineludtd at 

•«»< Id ua Bneai iS* paaaaagian Tagv* 

at^^.^u «ry •*?3 Taroa arrangnd. Full ptlaa vary 

|auracuvaly dactoaad ang wall alaniMd raaaanabw 

wnuitorw aolrancw pn^ U*iM"r2Sl at $5500 

modern-4 rooms 

toalaj auirway^*to*Jm tovaty^'um bad- Hondy EsQUlmolt LoCOtion 
2^ ^ full daylgbt cwpiant baataanl 

WIU rumet. rmi rama. lauadry. woe*- t<\OAn~^0 * HMAI. EOT AT TRIB 

aaparala >04UU PRICE. A rwafartobto IHito 
- JyJ®* *»r*f*v*®"*'*** ^rtrvway. atoa bu«»#a»»w Itot Uraa rton aM. Plawr ptoo 
•*"* bungatow Wbleb eauM ba «w»PrlMa: gand-atoa Uvti«-raaa wlU Bra- 
ujM far gunat amaandatton. Tba btoea and rwva aaOtner. twa btorwooa. bit- 
JPiT'’*'**''* '*'•••• •tohly Paabraka baU and Uawar Thla 

well located— s rooms 

Jom«$ Boy. N«if Pork 

aueb a baantlfut praparty. Egelnatvalv ' 



A. A. GREEN REALTY 
COMPANY 

M4-m (KMtOON BTRBET 
Bidi at canrh Un** - gg|i9 



BEAUTIFUL LAKE HILL 

i**J!?* ■•••fB bungalaw to a draaa— 
^ garaty Uvutg-rouki. kardwaiad liodra 

®touUlnl view t 
I canid ga m laraiar but l aauM raUar 
U.w ll to ywu. TR* PElCEf 
WaO, li t anty $8550 

PlaaM aak far gian Bvana Evat . O MM 

HEAR YE! HEAR YE! 
FULL PRICE— $3500 

^*®f ktoa mama far Ua owner plu* a neat 
aulta far the aiattiar-ln-law Part- 
baoearat Cton t wall. Uaan ara few and 



GOOD FARMS 

•BVERAL gaod trull ar dairy lama fur 
Mto. lw« la W aerM Varytng prlaaa 
Can Mr. Plab. Onl. 9$gR 



HAGAR & SWAYNE LTD 

VIEW AT EROAD O 4ttl-g-i 

eveninga; <9 mi BalMaal at O 
Maabar Real Eatato Baard at Ttotovto 



PAlRPTBLt}. Larely Macaa bmagaJaw, anto 
9 yaara aM. totranra hall, larga Ualag- 



JUST OUTSIDE OF CITY 

ri BDMOALOW Mtkrwaai. llvtag-ra«M 
k apan firaptoea, l badrenaaTj-Ptotn 
bram and kltebn. Pun baa *M ant, bat 

Ivnaoa. Baparata garaga. TABES 
LT 994 gl.TiO CASH will 

Idle PDU. PRICE $5500 

Call /. Lancaatar; Evaainga. E9I44 



SSl~.“-i5SVSr2L*‘-T.S^ 

OWTRiCT. CtoM Aaw 
mu tU PUMP. 

adj^jOT wwBar and nppar aaita «wr 

$ 1 500 f"*’ **** •K^eUva. va«r.l. 

•9 \ jy\J t.roQM bubgatow. ■ yaarv aid I???' 

RA. fumaea, garaga’ 
Ovartoaka PortaM Intot al. •“••• 

Uaa. ai«M to ^TUtS^ J?S 



BOORMAN'S 



OAK BAY 

• HOT AIR OIL-O-MATIC 
PIPED FURNACE 

T'da Bva-ram bungatow to anly twa biacka 



Owing to auddaa UlnaM awnar to r*'»*tyi 
to Mil thto tea flva-raoM atuaee bangatow 
Wltb fall baeanant aad ba to afferlbg M 
far gala at a prlna far bntow wbat ft eMt 
to toilld a* ha waou a gukk aala. If yn 
htpfMB to ba tonklbi far a modaratoly 
prtoad baaa «a advtoe you to f 7 ca/\ 
aM thto naa. Prtoa )/OUU 



atraat In Uda dtolrtci, *My 
lanca to town BMAU. LOT 
BINU CHEERY TREE PI* 

prtoM TRHOOGR RAU. 

WIU aak ftoan and ftraplae* 1 
dlalon-rana wltb aak tlmmr, kttcl 
badr a a nu . 9-ptoM batbraam Tai 
P M Maa l an anprai. Navambar V 
lA Vary fairly ptkad at $ 



walking gto' 



Ra. 199 

"OAK BAY WATERFRONT' 
SPLENDID RESIDENCE 
Views of Islonds, Sfroits, 
Mount Boker 

Right ea Ua walarfraat an Oak Bni 
tovaltoat baaah. tarrwundad by Baa. big 
c^ baMM. Outot. aacindad cwmar b 



fram Ua baaah aad to furutohad.'' 
f- Vacant, Immodlato nacup u acy. 

1. Uvtog-ruam wUb apM Brwpiaaa. 

L Saparau dlaalto. 

A niabaa wtrad far atoatrto range; InlaM 
Unatoum- 

A Twa bad r aama. wHh twin bad* and 
maboftHy daabto bad. 

A Tbrwagb ball. 

T. Rnanenl gratmda wtU bnwtarard and 

v»#t. 

A Baparata garaga. 

A Val^ bnaamani wiU autoaMtta bat 
l4 Tataa Mt. 

$8800 

Araplaga PRana Mr. Saait. o MW 



9A9to. b^«M SSuiy M 
Aaa M r, Ba aa l ty. Evan. B 9299 

$6200”-*^*®**^ TOUdlE WHtEfCT 

bdaw. wlrad far ranga. Bandu 
waahar Incladad. 

$8500'*^*** ***^‘ ***“ ^mm. 

90-Jy\J y roonu. dan wiu flraatoM 
Twa gardan totn Early aacupuney. 
<gOCf\— AAT. NMrIy saw Rva- 
•STOUU ream akoaaa bangatow Maad- 
wwad flanva Ureagbawt. Caaplata 



KER& 

STEPHENSON 



FAIRFIELD 



The Yorkshire & Pacific 
Securities, Ltd. 

m PORT Sr EflM 



5 f,.b*d dlalnc-raam. antraaea b^ and 
PJ^p. . fwr bai toi am* and baUre— . 
RaaamaaL furuMn tot ggofo on van 

B?? Mfwt. walking dtokanea to town 
pwparly at MOST 

PRICS OF $5 

©an Mr. omn. Blltl 

VIEW ROYAL ' 

Arwally Ena STHCOO SONOALOW 
warn an atoa toA wall traw 0*ad-atoa 
**?W-raaM ^b aak ftoar. tiled ArapUiMi 
anbtnat kitchen with dlalng ana 

mm badraanu Pall baaamanl. 



f'fwm aulta In baaamaat. TaMni 
An anaeanl bajmU- 

t fWV^^ 

■ /VAAf bwngalaw, 00-0- Matt 
teattag. AO to At ahapg and « 

9 bMBUfa] iau wlU Mha. rack gar 
dana and Rabwaat Aacindad. 

3 Cf^'-OAH RAT (WOtovai. m 
tjyJKf alary madara etnenn' b«B' 
ntow. fiuralatod. oo-O-Matto lual. 
fng Larga landa n apad tot. AmoM 
avpanatva hamta ma gutot atraat. IT mM pm' kU 
aaafclng a homa wlU charaelar. dan't bruka antto 
mtoa thla bargain. . 

. 8m Mr. Raima. Evanlnga O 1W9 

^ rsf\r\ “ Bating. OAK BAT . 

JiUUU Tbto meat attraatlva rval- Uvtnf*wn«B. gtoing Tanm. dan. Utm bW- 
dWM. abont Y /Mra aid. antnnna reama An radaearatod Indda and wt 
hall. t-PM. pnwdnr raom. lovely Bv- SauU af Avanaa. eOdCfl 

Ing-raam awprwv. 91 • lA ptaa bay, PrtM 
dlnlnc-mnni. kllcttan and pantrv 

An hardvoad ftonra. awan atnlrway OAK EAr-ABA VtEW Madam to dolga 
to 4 tovaly badrwami. tw* 4>pm. with an anoaltont pton. Thla Aronm eUMM 
bathraoma nil aatomaUa ■ W hMt- bungatow with a aaa vtow trwm avwry rwMi 
tog. attoebad t-«ar garaga- Frantfa to an that aw ba daafrad far aantfartabto 
dear* la palia at back. leaktrM IwU SMludad gardan. to 1 O 

■MM attraatlva tnrledad gantaa. High toaatlw. to I u/YVAJ 

vatnabto ahraba. with aamll wpkaap. ■ „ . _ . 

Tagae apwrai. »3M. Ry appMatau^ L TEIR A L TH RMB CAR E E ARR ANOEP OM 
Evanlnga, B »99 TRB PHRCRAEB OP THESE ROMRB 



TAYLOR SPITTAL 

m. TU TATBE Wt O P9M. e 



TODAY'S BEST BUYS 



OAK BAT— A vary Baa 9-raam atuMi 
galaw. Larga ' — - - 

btoa aabtnat 

tocatlob. 



ml at« 



OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
I. 'irim!?; HIGH QUADRA DISTRICT 
$7500 3918 WINTON STREET 

TODAY ALL DAY 
WALK IN 

altoalW n a atoMt af all __ 
tulua P*® t® W4 vuraMat toealloa to Ua city 

brtfbi Mvtng reuto 
» ■ O aaM ato a dtolng-raeni 
A-Thra«gb ball 

4-Tha beat aak ftoara to ait laaMa 

. •»•*»» blUlMO wiu 
tolnM UnatoUM 

g-0UUly atr kltehaa 
t— Panr-ptoM Pambraka baUrwan 
•»rwa Mnaltont krtrnnma 

^UI, bIgb. darDcbt baaemant 
19— Canam tibia bat-air furanaa 
11 Oriva to garaga 
1 *-Traag tot wiu ascaUani view 
U— Tbraa aa eaab 

nucB 

$9700 



$8200 



to 1 QCA OawnyhnnglM Uto daligbtful 
to I TJ\J fl»a fW to homa In PAIRPULD 

C I OEi TO THE gi^ ... a buimlaw that . . ^ 

LI I ic« to THE LAST TORO fR moderT dbeiou MOUNT TOI KAtf 

SLUC ARP OOi ri BMIE N CI: EXCEPTfONAL 

iLD 2SSL™ SPACIOUS ROOMS 

Urpa mndarw^^S to lapa aak ftoara’ R mmm ONE YEAR OLD 

tOa baalllnwr Brapiaa* (wna wall Satobad -«,« 

Pork "RdywwwW ' panaltogt. aUrartivv dowbla Vf} *_ r! ”fr^**IgOCTHP HVE-ROOM 

daart Wtwaan ftalng-roam and dlMng- RCNOALOW to |WM *na yMr Md. 

n tba area. '9toa aak ftoani; NmI kMahan with 'L®f* ® auractlaa MUrtor. and to 

total af y totold Naa. n wa ptaan atnk. anaawtod wathi, **• *® AaUgbtfaJ park-llka aurrenndUma. 
Lto. tbrawb POR ELECTRIC RAROB and 3^^ to * >»^a •<«# cnlranra and Urwwgh 

m. dlsi^ AOTOMATTC ROT 1PATBR INSTAlXED 5®“- ^ Mvlag-raam to 91 t 14 with n 
aUnat Bl- ^^braka batbraam wlU abawav. vnanittod ^‘'••toM ouaat-tlM dhung- 

fMM. 9-pM. wa lla. Waw ar ewrtnbi r««. AND THREE SSL ®lSr®» Utrtoan. wired far 

way in tw* CAEIRSTE ov»r Ua baton, twa badrwam*. ranm TOad atnk. Large utility 

pL camwi AtrroMATlC OIL FLOOR PORNAri; •'l® Jaaad ry tnba off. fwa vary 

^ WATER 1-AR©* VAUf-IN CLOSET OPP TRS RAlX •U^tlaa bat r aa ma . aaU wiU dowbW 
fbr ata w ga. ata OwiaM* Um bam* tha •tothat etoaata Pambraka baUraam wiu 
rntoflng la aMaltonl: Uwra ara ftowar ••••£••• atorwar and aananaiva fliunga- 

bwaM uitdar tba fraart wUdawa aad a Itoma 1*1 amia raoaaa. Eaavy 

Ptaaiatog franl anlranaa. name- toT'bC/N Naalinm In kJleban Tapaatry ptaa- 

dtota paaaiaalan Pun prtM $7350 WaaaMiU «U (m air 

laraaaa Attacnad garaga Tha gardw M 

X Araama and fwO tofbrwattoa avattobto 

fram Mr naaaiii «* .4 makarlaa. If yaa ara Making far a ftm- 

»Twm atr nea^M Rnwkaa. Ewday at c4am praparty wHb aaalmian da wl fnO 
S 4494; Monday ptanM pbana S 9191 t* aaa Uto hmaa. to in *Tm/>t 



$8400 



iida-by-aMt doplaa Oom In. walking 
tanoe. One aide eantatoa 9 Uraa w 
Foama and J-ptora batb. Ua Mbor atda 
9 raema and l-pioM baU ~ 

"®»® 1 ™* btoh, rail a 

"2r Si *• ™®“t 

!•*.. ®®*®*®- 1 Or*lH>laM oondRIim Uunnahaot a 
aurmandad by badge 



Rot waiar beat 
faU baotmant. 

_ — , -m- '.wJU and In 

OrM-rlaM oondRIon Uuaaghaat. on I tota 
aurmandad by badge Boparau garaga 

Sou auiiM ara tfaeantraUad 

iwn ba bad to alihtr auKa 
Tha aaah prl^ to 

OAK BAY 
(DUPLEX) 

Om 9«ream aulta far owner, anaiaUMiia af 
a vary torga Uvlng-raem wlU torga gran- 
Ua firaplaaa. %” oak flew: faaiUv-alM 
dlnlDg-rPom. atoa oak ftoari baautlfnf tiled 
4-ptora baUruom. torga. bogbt cnMjrat 
klichoo and 9 badraama Tb* athar aulta, 
whtato to rantad at Ul par manU. aan- 
•tota at 9 raama. large hvtaa-rwem wlU 
hraplaM; 4-Ptoea Pambraka baUmam: 
boaatlfut aatouH bntoiw abd I laraa bad- 
raama. A gaod. bigb, foe baaamiiu aad 
ON-O-Matle bMt. Sftantod In tba baaa 

C rt af Oak Bay ma a bmwUtui landatnpad 
99 I 199, WHb arparata t-war ga'af* ' 
THa prtoa af Uto iraa ir ty to v to aaa i 
to iMt fnriatod at E I DfUUU 

flMM Aak far fm ntatntm I 



$7350 



$7500 



a 3 . paaraaa. Eltya. Evanlnga 

VANCOUVER WEST 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO 
LIMITED 



SWINERTON & CO. LTD 

999 SROOniTTOE ST. 8 TIE 



STEWART CLARK & CO 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

IBII DOIIDLAS rr. PROtTE 1 9191 



DUPLEX 

HP AED DOWH— g-awoi 
glUk. pfM batbraam: 



JAMES BAY DISTRICT 

-roM bangatow. Oontd iwaf. Uvtw- 
I. dtbtog-awaaa klubaa and I k3- 

$4200 

NEAR ST. JOSEPH 
H<3SPITAL 



UPLANDS 



UPLANDS 



! UNIVERSITY SCHCXX 
I DISTRICT 

RKCX^IBnrE 

1671 AAcRoe Avenue 

A vary bmncirai boma bmii ibrm yaara 
aga andar Ua Rattoaal KaoMw A*? 
Itorta Uvtnd-rawm, vary attraeuva fiMua. 
aa atoatrto kJubae. twa twln-atoa bad- 
raama. Ptoapraof garaga to a fall baaa- 
aaoHl, atoa aa aatra ream. Eaaatifui 
grwanda |a aa attraeuva area. Ovlva eat 
ywr aalf. bat ptoam pbaw lor aa ap- 
potnanni to vtow Ua tatoriar. toor^to/^ 

Pirn. PRICS (or larme) $8950 

Pbaaa Waak-ftid ar Evanlaga E9999 



nawty 



9anhia phHtMng, awanamtto Ml baaling 
Sp tondid g ar daa la towna, tory/v AAA 
ftowara aad Uruba eBV/V\A/ 

OAK BAY 

OVERLOOKING THE SEA 



THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 



taaity af affmtag 9 m mIo kaab a 
IwvMy Y-raam baana to Uto atoataa 
vaMdaptlat area. Tba riMlinii waa 
dmi gw il by aaa of virtarto'o awt- 
oundlai arcbRaata aad Ua tot*- 



RIDINGS REALTY 

fgl. 1919 BROAO ET. I 



$8950 



$8750 



LEACH a. SPARKS 

1119 SUARSHARD ST I 



SAANICH ROAD 



ARTRUR E. HAYNES 
LTD. 



$4500 



$9500 



$9500 



L M. ROSEVEAR & CO 
LTD. 

tm LAiHKer vrRsrr prows ogstt 

esouimalY 



tOOnn *** bandto Uto aaiy 

94\ AAJ 4 mmmm ttumm bwngutow wtU 
®*M*P fbwto aff feUah^ wftb taba and 
MSamnito im bat-wator IkMiar. Atiachad 

$6500 

FLEMING GARDNER CO. 



aa. YkaD-bapt aardaa. 

PRICE %7S00 

IMT tRf BROW TOO TRZI 



OAK BAY 

MODERN BUNGALOW 

a raama wHh fan baaamaiM and all fm- 
a- Oaad gardan. aa rark Pvtoa fw- 
*4 fw Mto jg^ 

NEARLY NEW 6-ROOM 
BUNGALOW 



TWO EXCLUSIVES 

OAK SAT-^Twa blaUa from » 
aa OOvwr Straai. Pita-rawad 
•lU fan bnaamani, gtabd fm 
ibaai In aE raaou Oand-wton 
I batbraam. Thraagb baB Stic 
land baut-to beakaniia Stata 
Rawly d aanr a tod autotda Oaa 1 
tota wHb araaiaantil trwm ai 
■araga. o*a toM aa. Thto to a 
RM and wto alvari boev a rm 
ealM. Saaaaaabto torma wffl N 
or boar aftor far nil mab 9m 
®«9«r wtn get Uto prwd m r T. 
mne* right tn 



$4750 



Boomxjn Investment Co. 
Limited 

m T9W er. Phmw SIUS. Eggai 
mmrn Roaj Mato Raard at Tto to rto 



GEORGE RANDALL 
REAL ESTATE 



$6850 

H. G. DALBY & CO. LTD 



BURNSIDE 



>t kRUan. atqity 



$9000 



$5950 



OAKLANDS gy* 

TWELVE HUNDRED CASH 
SEM l-BUNGALOW— STUCCO 



$6500 



PRICE $9500 



HIGH BELA40NT 



FAIRFiaO 



$6500 



DELIGHTFUL HOME 
$1350.00 CASH 



$6300 



VICTORIA WEST 



DU. PRJcJT"*"^ $640 

R. H. DAVIES REALTY 



$5900 



$6300 



HAWKES FOSTE^, LTD 



M ROSEVEAR & CO 
LTO. 



MEHAREY & CO, LTD 



CAPITAL CITY REALTY 




4* 




SwiAr. OctoWf S. 1M9 



8br fi«Uii (SoloxUt 



By Marty Links 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 



SUPER BUNGALOW 
WITH EVERYTHING 
DESIRABLE 

mimm m ihtm bMuunuir > » a w w 

laU. M » MUr 

R*« suMMi' 4n*« a*r ibU Tm< 
•clr MU SuUt |«M MB yMra mb « 



PEMBERTON, HOLMES 
LIMITED 

Real Volucs Since,! B87 

FAIRFIELD— NEAR SEA 
HOT WATER HEATED 
FOUR BEDROOAAS 



HEISTERMAN & CO, 



ONE ACRE— FOUR MILES 
OUT— PLUS— 

MMo fcnitgitir* 

f«n 



MrUMtof nu« «S* MwtUWI M4 
I kMi. SU ttma »U* 

rftath «tri« wlttk M«*r 



fBUy-^Hin 

«lia d/rr»>ia 



3% INTEREST 



aulJtr, 



lu fw 

Lmi«4 Ib Nertb 
tkU u M MoiptloapUy 



MB CMUM kM* 

'"T" $4200 



DJrMi’t** MBroMU uM rtm*r*k» *»ihn«m. MnB 
B/taM ^ CoecMM tuin W tv* Mv*l/ r*M 

Kku nM« ikM tMUvM floox*. r«u viu 
BCXJ BMt with f B4— «at r«Mi MU t*^ bM vaur 
^ vaur btauni plaal S«»*taia 4o«Mr btuua 
g»r*fa. utvwUa an tm *wi &M* afeaa* aaan i 
vttb lavDj. abruba and fnlt tr*at Bar- inaala 
mi roof CToM UUa. C t fl KCl/\ 

nnx pwcs elU»3vUlviui 

rtoaa* Can Sag O aia W a n . S***^ BMM I ^ 



FAIRFIELD 
RANCH STYLE 

A DS toss Mooeaif somb m« 

A caOtrS bOOATIO« 

Tb« Utob Btu«<re*B I* umb) la daaidB 
Bsd nnJjL nuallr'kia* dtalafrooM; ihroa 
good bodraoaa. a »r«a* «aHa*t >Uchoa. . . - . - ^ 
virad tor raaga: fa«r*Bt»ea •*»*'»roka .i 

batb Vary coo*«aJ«ni otimr roo» vtih *^ 

BBtoMaUa vaabar. OU*0>WaUa bo<>v*ur ^Ul arlc* 
baating AtUrAad r»ra«* It vfU b* a 

Maaaaro t* Mov fob UUa # i A 

boM*. rou. nuce w elU<y3Li 
Oaauet K. c. MeeBaB«&'>e*aB.. B mr 

OAK BAY 

NEAR WINDSOR PARK 

Sliuaiad In UUa cbata* diftrwi la Ibla M« 
bariiva tovon’raM vhMa aiuaco ami- 
WntalDV. Ballt •• Iba popofau Utrough 
mU plaA. ibla boaaa coaalau at larg* 



$1000 CASH DOWN 
NEW— 4-ROOM STUCCO 

« foMAlF V r«B «4at a barnia. It.l 
•b and *M gat aaaib vfll boy y 
la aaarBaam a tooM aaodara buBjala 
a* avtagfOOBi «itb nraaiaM. larga b 

* badroomi and )-Maca fm 

)M Jkaral ra 



OAK BAY 
EIGHT ROOMS 



$4500 



CONTRACTOR'S or HANDY- 
MAN'S OPPORTUNITY 

DaflaiU aoBwUan BoaalbUniM M bMn- 
saant. goaat boBaa or noruag bfM. MU* 
atad an an aera in lavna aad troll traaa. 
vilb aooUuiB *g»**ara aad a gfgbd aaa 
Tta«. OMwaiaa »raa. Tba Immm *M« 
ilaia at naa raoM* m buu fwar l^ 
piaea baibrooM. tla* raoOT aod tno balb* 
raagu OB aaeobd lUBf abd t»o maD 
raeaii and bdtbroeai Ib alti* A mbD 
•laaatnr tram ftrM to laa an d floor. Hal 
vatflt boating, aanaraia t*nga a t^«* 
co«n la dUradBir. Tba 6 oom la aa ei^ 
atad that tv* Mi aauld bf didaoaad at M 
a aobolaattal flgur*. A la* dova »ar- 

$10,500 

Wllb AU-Caab Ottof* Cacaldarad 

rar aapaifumoat f PifSf* 

fat ill. Boiaa. Saaa. O OM 
SKrlbBtra Af*Bia 



Aaa tar Mr. Wngbl. S«aa Otllt FAM 

COOK-QUADRA wnt raBr*raa 
$1500 DOWN 

^ ba^ooMo BUb b 
t rMM aldar ur>a ba«* nitb ruii;ojM twiuch na 
iBont. BUb UmUbb Ntor a^oaU falT baMMtnl, i 
uaaflaliBB an^ otaraa. AH aavly ra* jgardan. Can Wa 

uratad A r«al bar. $4200 1 *****^ ***' 

fnr Mr SarroBfU. O IIU 1 ^ tm Ux 



lOCATION-lartUcBt. bldb><IaM raaUM- 
uai diatnot. naar OaiaAda. ao a aua 
airaat. aanroBUUuly liO laai troBUga 

MAIN noOB Bbaloaod parab. mUal 
bail. tMaa^raoM. giaiM>roaa. badriaai. 
baUireaM, nlabaa. Onb floara. 

IffBTAUiS- hat thraa ranaw plat anatbaf 



GORGE 
$2000 DOWN 



$8750 



lUUa bai 



BEAUTIFUL LAKE HILL 

Ban la a latalr fian-raaBi ahaba baafala* 

la tbU daaUaUi laUdaeua) araa Uiai bbb- 
•1st* of loftlr aniraaaa baU. Uftag'raaai 
aiili. good'ilaad dlnlag-r«aA. Brll-ae> 
Mintad tlaalrir kltcbto Fasbrab* batii* 
raoai. two apadoaa btdrooMo. noi ototoai 
batMsaai wtu • outir Raiahad raoB. 
laaadry traya bot air haatlag- Tlia groanda 
ara ainlr ovialopod and that* la a aapa* 
rata anublag garag*. Wi r*<owaand 
tbia propany 



NEAR STADACONA PARK 

A Joaaly onv- 7 aar*old bungaiov at foar 
anaotout now oa «aia floM and aaua 
H^ad taam la MJl^ h iM M O a a _pfm 
a aara«a^ au Oaad Inai M. Tanao 
arrannd yuD aokl* ^ $7500 

A* fnr Mr wrilbt. Bna. O 6117 

STUCCO BUNGALOW 
Bendix Wosher, Rsfrlo«rafor 
Electric Range 

23rT.‘rr tSc ^ 



HIGH QUADRA 

■nut l-rtMta oadar thabo bowlo* bat hut 
b**n pal Ml Mu •mraot TV* bMf^ua. 
alartrit aabttui anobon dtalag-raou. U'ft 



*Tr, Comervni agw ehoek milk gbakcr** 



fntada baaaiM* «a coealdtr otricUy Uu 
hayar't aad taUar'a iDuraai. Hara It *o> 
oUtar taaapla at tbo aoceaat of tbit geUoy. 

NuaibBr lOM Qutant Atattoa. a IIm puoa 



Tt BOCSBfl FOS 4ALC 



GARDEN CITY 
REAL ESTATE 



OVERLOOKING BEAUTIFUL 
CADBORO BAY 



$9950 

Caatact A. S. Btrk. ena B 



attractlaa 



TRUE 



$1850 



Tbla g»roaiatd bantalav 
Um taaida and auc. i 
Qaadra diatrML Haoaat, 
^d«aUad lat, taaaad 
lUUi aaa ba boBgbl Im 
' aaca p«rahla at g)lW p 
fgQ pm* 



fiirnarr pipad'obaid bt aaennaa ta au. Attaabad gang*. 
ra«* Tbl* U'Xaarty as oav bamat ta UUa mirloiad 
^ AAtPA aroa. It vui ba a pUatara ta Aa* tbit 

*8^50 $12,300 

Uatlag >4-gg1 



Heofer 

LOCATION 



tarsacr Lara* ft 
Watt Coartnunt 
Mara tar Iba awaay 
dtanuat tM aaab. 



Par appatnlaunt In vltw 

n*aa* aaU O trvtn 

! SAANICH— BRAND NEW 

A a»d#ni tlttcoB bam* «llb anlraaa# b*B 
Urg* nalng-ranm and dlaing apMU l»A 
with hardap**d tlanra Alir— 
vlU) atiuty roam and law 
Paar'Pl*** Paaibrotr balb 
,vlth r*dar>hrvtd copbtmrdt 
■ boaamart. bat-air p(n*d ^al 

I tarag*. aobpar piping : 

era. PuU prlM 



One Block from Oak Boy Ave. 

3 Bedrooms, $5950 

$2000 Will Handle 

,Tltla Imou la aUratUanir allMUd vilb 
lurrif rtBp gardtn AU tpacliiut r«aau all 
an an* ttoar Toa will bat* ta taipnn Ibti 
•all-krpl haott ta apptfciata lit Rn* con* 
idltlan ba mnnay l« ba tptnt b*t* on 
daaaniiaat tnaida ar o«l Camant baMawnt 
ivna pinad bat air t«r«aaa. llaa now Bar* 
Iran not. ecoCA 



An^biBniially vail baUi Wuar-tlaaa boaw 
at g i na ai i and larga baottr ptn* raaipBt 
raoin la battiaam Cbekt ttaatloe rtthio 
a>mu« riralti aaiotaaUa «dl baatlag. air 

1 1 ii 7 ra 



l>'ytar-old boau with I badrvomi and 
6B4 mar* ia rull-aiatd baaamaet vgirh M 
tlaad and painttd Larta iiatag-roam 
«Ub ttreplare, and n**r* Lafga vaaiaal 
UtrJirB. Tha laadtcapiBg la Jotl aotoe- 
ibUg a*i at thu varM *lUi orar aaa 
doaaa trait iraai Oa a lat lit a IPt. 
taaaad. aad all ta tovala gardaa Baparata 
laragt w matcb batua. Oaod PBlMiag 
M baa* al lot anld ba tuad tar varkabop 
at turoa* abad. Tnaat oaly P«. Thu 
voadarlul alai^t la a* tba »*mUa alrala 
D»ar Magat Talmic Pnr ealy gS MO dava 
or you caa pay eatb prlra 



Two badrAOSM 
p^l! (vmaiik 
_ _1 iyr***«lB 
Tmmadiala pm«m> 

$8500 

Par twnhar parMauUra- »la*a# eaB 

Mr WoodUT. erai O PTM • AtB prl** 

tk.bM raab *IU handla, balanca Ilka rant. 

BRAND NEW OlL-O-MATiC «-•**■ 

^ ^ - ^ fortbar tefarmatbn raganllnc Ih* 

mom «Ub flrapUr* ibat la dltfaraal. aad raatdanM BMdl. afflaa Blldl. 

foster, ltd. 

Itmabrnka batbra» DOTOLAB rr. 

lat hot natar htalar and 

In* aitMbdiaa *ak* •*'“ * *"“ 

UNPf noma laam* atalitaia. mr*y ra- 
■SMety Full prw* tRAfVI 



$9500 



HIGH 



Tap *IU ba afraathly lurpnaad and da- 
Ugbtad *ttb tba brtdbi, maalatu T«omi 
la ihu fa«ir>taam madam tlBaea bonga, 
la* buQt an tbrongb hall plaa. Lnraii 
eablntt kttabta «lr*d tor raoM. tua ami 
and kraaktaai »*ak: t«a bripbl bad' 



BERNARD & CO 

B53I6 



larga dttUng>roaaL abaary taklaai tltakan. 
l*n IvlB • tta* bMroomt and tmr • p<aca 
bath Fan baaamum arlib apaat tar ram- 

K roota. dn**«li) garag*. 0(1*0>Matlr 
( Laadteapad gardaa Tbl* boau It 
wrraBBdad by b*v bam** ta a dbtrin 
vh*** *aiu*a ar* rar* la #11 oaa 
appracUta FMra ell rvvAl 

Far Appotnimaat to Ti*« Fbaoa 
Mn Bblrbr. B*** BMIS 



BROWN BROS.. LTD 



3 l Estate 51500 DOWN 

mCiIftOgMl laiir-ra*m b«ag*)o« a***i> y**r* 

old la dittrtci al nk* bom** niarmlng 
~ larga HalAfroom. grapiota. atlractbra rab* 

tart klirhan. «lra dinHU. tva tparlatu 
badrooBU and faar-pUee batb. Ttnatlaa 
' btiada; tnU bnaaunt. bai-oir 



Attravllv* and vatl-bultl madam atacaa 
bqngalav anmpriaiag aatrana* bafl. U*> 
lng*rB*Bi « 1 tb nrralara. dialnt>r*om. 



F80PB B im-t 



$7350 



HEISTERMAN & CO, 



IDEAL FOR DUPLEX 
EIGHT LARGE ROOMS 



BitaaiM » a damraPta AiairlM tbu b«ma| 
bra a tali baa«B«nt aad fu/ttam Daubu | 

garaaa Batbrcam a* grauad floar aad 
•uuabia roam far batb up Wa«U maba a 

cpundid rartnu Kndiwaf. eA.OAA 
FrtM a* torma eOrUU 

Oal] Ur UlM. Bmt. B IPtl 



m. o*an tiraplar* oad oak fleora. I 
ird oiaing room* «l(h aok finori l 

UO Urga madam Mtaba* and CITY — Cl 

F*Br-p«rat baibraam Aiualud 

lib l«*>car taaaa Tb* groanda Fira. roam bvngBla* 
aaagid Barry pdaMdalan. By | lUdatwatad Ntaida 1 
Mt aaly. e 1 A AAA K — » Xua Wt. afl 

^ 5 I UrUUU Btparaia gnraga 



OOMMI-A raamtauai Foyit mmaa and 
dmaita F*1l hoaammi. rtraara Frau 
uaaa. taruia m« klaatbly paymraia aa 
jMMua .yraad .M 



$4975 



VIEW ROYAL 

Ailty modern- Uua* yaara 



Mbadra in iba tltv pan. 
Fflr* 



MT. TOLMIE DISTRICT 



naa baaw Bliaawd a* aiu al iba mrai 

baoBlifBl vatarfr**! nraparUaa u tba 
Oplanda Tba gmuad floor aampriaaa 
maaio** anlraara hall, Ualng-ra«m. dra 
and raaroom. dta f d-ma m krraktaM 
ntam and kitabaa iM ranning Ma toU 
itaftb at Iba brnua la an anauaa* a^ 
a^a *r ImaM laalng tba aaa. JBm 
art tour flat ondraamt uptialr* imd ma 
tuad batbfaamt. a»d a larp* flajahw 
playraam an tlw uurd fl**» Tba ^t* 
tag to hM »at*r wHb atL Anatbar balb- 
racNB a uu baanmaat. doubla gBrag* 
and baaputally laid rat groanda. *ua 
maay ralnabi* iraaa ana Mraia. laapa#* 

ju^b, $31,500 

Mr Bitnbtaaap. ematag* O Mdt 



traara hall llatoit-raom dinti 
btuhra dava ZDBAL hOCi 
BBVBJfOB OB OfTBirr ROtlBB 
aual and f«ra*aa 
fflM Ml FTIM 



UPLANDS 



Mr eaaua. Bkabla BOM 

fOUTH OF TBB ATI 

from tba ua’ claaa 
111 rooma aad uUUty. 
pn**-ln garag* Br- 
tmit ir*aa aM BBum 
Danwdlata pomraauB 



$6200 



platM bat timiMtaaea* t*r*a nu 
Uftlag |g«g 

AM far Mra M*pnM. O agN 



HIGH COOK NEAR QUADRA 
FIVE .ROOM BUNGALOW 

Ara yra Mabtag f*r a pamd W* pflatd 
bvm* ia a Bm-pUda dtaarwir if ta ara 



EVERGREEN 
REAL ESTATE LTD, 

tit OOTBlUfMtirr BT 

OMU BlfM 



$8750 



APARTMENT BLOCK 

FairfitM dutnn 



nwgrpiB* laudCad M pivmMBfl tar 

kiwnra 

lA Onm>n garag*. aatama ti t bat *aMr 
11. Frtaa buludra atadtrti rPBf*. ItaaMvm 

aad blind* 

Aak Mr Mr MtBdam* 

AT LAST 

A GENUINE DREAM HOME 
For House ond Gorden Lover* 
In High Quodro 

TBU madam l-yoar-aU allra ^arl •raih- 
orad gray tbak* aBBgalv* baa all larta 
raamt M aar*d ••Uiaga From tb* 
thr**gb MU M aa amuBai anna mom 
aub trtnlgB*. ttnaator p l aal af . and a 



OAK BAY 

Seven Rooms All on One Floor 
Oil-O-Motic Heoting 
taa Quiet Location South of Ave. 

ing- ^ 

ta*l eodCA ^ TBWW Oldar typo baaga- 
M»a $y43U M* bat M raaalMai aandluan 
■bd* Ibrou^taat. Larg* ttrlng-raam attb targa 
r\A dlBlng-mam BdJ«lntDg maka ttto brau 
lA/ Mtromaly aruraUra tar anUrtalaing. 



ga «gg gr*M r*nlg — 

uka trad* aad aaab. 4 

Fan pnaa 4 

(Or dffart 

AMa g^iM aalfmaniafaag. 
OnXt M.Mg 4**a, balaiwa ^ 

•H par oral. Fall prla* 

Far rartBdP anniopiny* 
m* FMA Bdgat. 



$6000 



ISLAND INVESTMENT 
CO., LTD. 



WtO-bam ._ia*-««i». 

KaB* paaotaaDi and bat air 



an ttiffwn. dia< 
M lafl* klMban. 

O Fafl baaaraaai 
Ut attb lavn 



CLOSE-IN SAANICH 

nOMB FtM faiM 
bPl «B«*r b aatad. 
■n-marlng toMrltg 



$ 2100 ' 



lagaum Uatng-roam. 
w UMbra. I'paaaa batb- 
Ml. Taaaa aniy gtl 
d. uitladtag ad raaga 



IF YOU HAVE NOT BEEN|j^t* 
SUCCESSFUL IN LOCATING ,j«£i 
WHAT YOU WANT. SEE 
THE FOLLOWING: 

eu>r*a« baagaMa. «Mm M baa and Jm' S 
■mmUTlM taaaa. an larga lal ecOtV) bmal 
a.MI daaa FbD ptMo ^ 37UU 



$6300 
*S!!5: $5450 



r rgam *ti 

tlr**m<A I 



WATERFRONT PROPERTY 
GORGE 



$9450 

aaad tMar and 



Tbto vary , imrab U ara i »ariy. atd ja * $«* mmt badranmi dMta**raBm, mad t an 
Ural* t*r«an budarfiig m tba enbindt bltrbmi ai« bar Md dlnatw « 

PBum caaaUM at Mtra paa baMrPi. OMUp raom aim laM 

Mk noor*. UMi flra JaM. MrM gad trail Mabat*. At U aBbQa rara Thto 

roam alUl aak IM*m ttraapIlBad . kiMbm to a M**ty bama and aPd *ralB M> 
aWi braabtaat naak. ana ^Mrf* b odray raatig a iMa. 
daanptatra *ad tagr-pua* 

roam and iBfa* Mrg* ••dra*!^ iM ^ tranm** ■ O. WMiar, B tMl 

» wal*r*. O wgg a U Aadaraaa. B 1414 



rg* warkabpp By 
m a BttUtf ra«m « 
aamplaUil IbtalkMd 

nr* PM twi nf parfratira 
ddRUttag asynim. Tbay 



VIEW ROYAL 



$7300* 



$5450 



$7500 



$3700 



$6500 



ROSS BAY DISTRICT 



LOOK 



LOOK 
11300 

BOtmi OF OAK BAT ATlinjB, Ja Ma 
kaat at n mdi n Ual gUtrt*4a. larga 4>r*am 
buraBlaa. UrlM. dlMB«. 
r«am*. optra m— >ar 
kaaaairat, fltraaaa. afra M 
Mnnt. 

FOI.L F1I1CB 

noam PATMBgT gtJ*A 



LOOK 



OAK BAY WATERFRONT 
3 BEDROOMS 



$5500 



tmh^ 



E. E. HEATH 



7-YeXR43LD duplex 
SIDE-BY-SIDE 

• batbraam. MB boaamant. B*4 



NEAR GORGE VALE 
GOLF COURSE 



$7750 



$5900 



iBT* ain< 

dIaattB. 



O.BELDU & MAY, LTD 

ttu fMOAO eiuir stip 



$9800 



I^AraMbT.ll,-. 

FERNWOOO DISTRICT 
BARGAIN! 



$7800 



REVENUE HOME 



$4850 



GORDON HEAD 



$8400 



The Yorkshire & Poctflc 
Securitiet, Ltd. 



HOWARD B. CRAIG 



KENNFTH J. DAVIS 



HALLAAARK & CO 



JONES & SCOTT 



■ootsi roB BAU 

CAPITAL Ctrl' REALTY'S 
AMAZING VALUES 



$1000 DOWN 

CS al g4d atraUUy, laPu a flna 
baafola* vUb Urm UoUeiodm. I 
na. ran battmrav ba4>alr flirnaca, 
M traamortguoa Mtaptloaal 

— $5900 



II ID 1 1 cc fM^T’Dt^T Utah sea. [ rvM with Fpaatk d^ore IM4JM te 

JUBILEE DISTRICT uroBaTbaU. imag-raem vHn BpaaMn* Maatrla ktubaa attb pUau U 

— aiDina-raam. caMnai kttebia. eitpboard* ang a ran aitraatir* lUa 



■*«IF pamud and du ar aud o- 
gaMP. baaamaal, bat-air tkraa. 
tmt. A mlaa nlata tbat bra b 
w aaO gBMUy. Ba*y taama. 
FbB pttaa - - - I 

Mr. Wtniama. O 1PM 



$1000 DOWN 



HICKS & FARRANT 
' REALTY 



ma ooTtOLAJ er. 

Odb Be.C. Btar* 



FHOKB B im 
Farklng Ba Frablam 



ESQUIAAALT 
GOOD BUY 



■andy-man a inaalil Camf*rtnbw baau 

at I r*oM. NlM diatrlcv IH-mUa aireU. 
Oaad bu aaralam la* tasa*. A UWto tU* 
lag atU maba n deobl* tor proarai aak- 
lag pnaa. Paraunia *44 par 
maaM. ABlomatto aM baaOag eJTVV 

BELMONT— SPECIAL 

BIBB-raam Inralalnd bam* Fob baa*- 



gl.ggg CMb. ea-raam baaaa. Fattr bad- 

laBnia, larg* tmap-raem. kiubm aub 
paatn. garafa Mot a orv bamt bat a 

K’S’-T. $4200 

Aak fra Mr. Darla. Btaaiaga 0 4*14 



$1500 DOWN 
CITY 

>a ttncM baagnM*. 
bd raraara. 
bay at 



taU bbu- 

$6500 



«u a* arraag*d A raally •kccpUoaaJ ' BABXMBBT — Bit. tamaa* aad Mpndry 
prapirtr tbaihiuot b* araa u ba agpra- j ipb* BapBrau gortga. 

natrm $ 1 1 «500 A eommandlng ratap lng aU*. Tbto to nn 

OMEJMO FlUCB .- ^ • .•/ww 1 *atT iRaklP. M good aaa- 

Mr Baicb. O 44gg ' diuoa aad U r*aJ *a)m *«tn It It ta aM 



DAIRY FARM 



LOVELY SEA VIEW 
FAMILY HOME 

iarga fwr-raa famUy bungaU*. i-lo*a 
IP ara and bo*. In abatuiod lucallan. 
bart* Ugbi Uruia-fataa. laa ga*d-*iN 
bMlroomt aub bath briaran Latgt kit- 
a imia daaerauaa,. 
•la naroga. Fiaaaaat 



raun Mb Tarma Full prUa $5800 

^ aak tat Mr Or**, era*.. O ITTd 

VIEW ROYAL 
SECLUDED 

Naarly m* lM*r*raaai atama buugata* a* 
bl^ UeaUaa. aloaiy U iid. and a good 



Igg aera* andtr oulUraUaa. oMat ta TM- FIraaa CPU Mr. B ugmay. Braa 
torlA on Sooka Read FI*a-roem bomt OAK BAT BFBCIAXJBT 

and larga barn. Farm and dairy aquip- 

another p.h. value 

a^galM raarira M qqq Fambarum. Ralmat eaatamm 

Bboral .ora* ^u/.wVU b—auir aa caaaldrr m 

0,0 BATOI4— 0 444* Iharar'* aad aallar'a iDitraai. Ha 



A4AISON De 6 CHAMBRES 



Ha<M-baMmaat. foprpata*. I ebambra* a 
MNMbar La Ml *•■ Mrn ame m lamia: 
rraia baaar ralaur. A Vfetana Waal beau 

,r“ $5950 

■ IMt 



■ orobiul*. Tbl* I* a vary aaiark 
.Vrapuubrau 

A«k ter Mr. Birka 



4pgaintad inaua. Xmaauuiy raoBamual M 

bema rua aad baa M* Uiaa Ai ragulra taami, *”21 viu^frui 

jen aa aaira badiaam aad laa larga rra>Bm M “* Vz 

r3v bamairat Oaal tiakar. modare batb aad Aakicia prin F1Q 

**garaM laUat A grand baow #aCAn ** ,v w 

tbraaobrat FrUr ^03UU CMaa atlar ctwaidarad. 



tbraagbrat Frlra .pO«f\ 

Can W Valloy Br«alng> B 4gH 



taraagTraut mr* .vw^rwv ewrr „.p,, modaro at ti r bn* dU Iba 

$1250 DOWN Can W BalMy Br«alng> B4l« ° anavara. Mwb tU* MeaMa aub batt- 

viAvv aemrr gt*«*a at aalura) u*ad Tb* flora plaa la 

TWO brand aa* atnaa# bPbgaiaa*. randy BXCuratTW aowtt HIGH GORGE aiuaeiir* l%ra««h baU. lar» Bt- 

ta aieva lata Tao brdrootni lor«l» An- _ niNPt i Ing-raom and duuag-room bar# ank tloar*: 

SL W'lL.'CJr:,, ■2“S. epAR SHAKE BUN^LOW WHITE CEDAR SIDING SSp^SSSt ^ 

I2OT Squor, EmI of oj, « u. 



i.r $4750 



Ara* ibar far aal*. Tb 

■r ■ w WI. bvuar to unly »lgbt >oan aw. to* urrarni upaga bunfaW* at tour rorau ana ora* | nrvrran if- 

•wnar bad It buiu ta BJi A. itmintmttan* aitti taramant garag*. bot air nmiac*. KkVciNUc 

BAd ban mnlalaiaad I* la Up-Ira ooodl- and lauodry taba, ai a pnaa Uaa tbaa *1 eoCAn UAKirM cC 

lUkJ Uoo Of •*««• cMMiraatloB. tb* bowM camttotablr baou roald b* baill today. >x3UU flAlNULCD 

raraptioa and tbraagh ball, rary I Hardvrad ftarat, Utod tlak. til*d flrrpUce ' . „ 

I IB n 1 aanm. U»lad-rra«. >4*14; dtalbg-raoaa. I aia a ?*v at Ua aCiraaUat t*atar« ta ad- 1 *Jl$ *5.. i^bWk 

Mfad^tB^S& *•*!?• PoMra naar* Tar* eaorrat. ; gjugs ta *bMb taaettf and MadPcapina "STiftL tif **«w*‘'<* 

t Md raraar* *rT»iig*d kticbaa altb alraly at mau „ primlum aoaaa MOun- 2*'/^ IU*i*d by tarnaea Larg* 

rat(tr«*r AUi®*‘* xmr mair* i# ta# laia-u** b*4- *u kurtr *in raratra d># abor* m*Btlaaadi^»^ CflO^n 

PM Maa a^ •**? i®****- ^*»»-Wae* Fra- •Mein# appHanrof laciudad in eOitKn * *"** ** ■ wOVOU 

maalb *;tU> • ^ $8450 Aa* fra Mr Fidditk. Btaa dUb UVT 

$5150 ^to to -Si*** T?J2!* BmiATlD Bioa OORQB OerfWCT 

feu BraJUbb F»n pn-a $9950 CLOBB TO BOB AKO MMKXU. COFFEE SHOP 

I ° RANCH TYPE Sa^raaJ^ 

. ■ IF A •wi.. *an $*e«rtba*ad PP armMMaant A ggra 

I Ibla braailtul HOT WATER HrATINCe apoortueily tor aavty-pw* and aedba Aak tor Mr. Davu. Bmoiaak o aai* 



Bmnlnga Call B Md1 

THREE BEDROOMS 
IN ESQUIMALT 

Ba*ulU«l n*a auiignia* aim aak atkd 

mapto ttuor* Fatio and Franrb daor*. 
:F*0 aaaMM apMoarni eOnCA 

T*rma Frlaa .$8950 



HIGH GORGE 

LOVB.T ttuto tbr««-rooai rtucoa butwa- 
Ma; 14 yanr* oM: gnrt kaaimmt. dua 



ATHLONE DRIVE 



Ia aharminf •!. C*barlM dUtrtot aai tar 
^^2?^ \ i MtTf am yonkta* •rboal. Ba ba*a- , 

OMt. a* rtapa, ibla baarair* u rvallr a< 
BOMB OF NMirrr. UrTni-raam 
' an rooma raanaua BraMUfol gardaa lat, . 

E DRIVE $85001 



4M Cormorant Ptrvrt 



ai Uia prtea. OBLT 

Apoiy Toa*t Brpa Bvrnlng*. BUdl 

GORDON HEAD 

W* bar* Ifer rbalM at tear ar* bund*- 

CB«U« KO,K, 

It* It.gM aach, aa anroxiiiataiy^MU aa 

CAPITAL CITY REALTy!— 

arrangrd M rail Uw ptiraba*ra. 

For daaaripiMa and oppertaaMy M naa. 

pUaao oak far Mr BaU 



I goad bay at . 
dak fra Mr Fiddick. Braa dUb UPT 

COFFEE SHOP 



Adh tor Mr. Oaria, Bmeinga O gai* 



^‘•nttUt; “ViKutSiai^M THRIVING 

uafharal A*k tar Mr H F MlUb«U »»„* OM40. . COUNTRY STORE 

'baiSx OAK BAY— COLONIAL * ' ^ 000 HANDLES 

$R9Sn auiomatla oaol ■takar. Baat bUM. tributary ta Uta rity. Tluat* a rabSl 
la all raame Sltaaled aa ana at Oaklturrvimr prapeafuoti. latatad aa a pbm 
L oaadd Bay** alarat atr*ru CMra la bua. taUjiiigbva) u a aa* graaiag dloknal attb 

baaotartil Ban*, at* garaga Oanrr arparaia *u-ra«m baou and grnanda. 

vnrtC Waring Vlatarla. MrTT BSu. Tam* , oead *tar* bulWind *t*b pral aftlca. 

Bn-rirka at tall prk* COQt^Ai *^ *** ^*'***^'- tk* tun ba * 1 T r\r\r\ 

Mirpruod and da- «• >OT3U|du*pn*lBt#d FaU gna* $ I /.UUU 

U raaalotu Tbom* Mn Bbtrlay. e»a* ■ $411 



BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME 
OAK BAY 



daft fra Mr. Miclm 

$1300 DOWN 
REVENUE HOUSE 



PORTAGE INLET WATER. 
FRONT 

UNRESTRICTED VIEWS 
HALF ACRE 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd 

iggg oemutMBBT muBt 

G6124 



mra* Wllb a Bl»*d tarn*** Oara iarad* «»•»•-•» nrar* tamiml t70^n'S ebarm Itauanea balL Irag* Uttog. ^ 

Tbi vanar U gamg Baal and atfi ,ak* lam*. Full aria* Dr vnb rtoanlara aad bwill-la fraluraa. a>* rar u- rw«t> •— 

a ara a* gari paymrat. . . 



n*Hud*d and rharaung haoM at i raa- 1 _ 

atara roam*, avraanded by a baaoiUul — lag Btrrurm garina. #11 AAA Wbllg ainaca bnngula*. *pati*m aongl- ' 

K rdra Unoi and dlalng-raaraa arar- — Frl** I <VA/U Uao. aitk foar brdraam*. ctaaa to bm Onniart F n WlUlamn ta 

Mint aaiarfranl. rablprt kllabra alib , . a <k«aa. ■ « ***^ tahaoi* Larg* rmng-mnm vilh fitr- 

KK,.sr‘s^.,,ia;""c-:L^ VERNON central realty money for youi cr. sisoo dov 

rr...c NEAR GORGE PARK '"Ia?* $7t(X)0 

HIGH QUADRA RESIDENCE UNIQUE ond TERMS - u- — o.« - uw- $65C)0 hFgH OUADIUk 

Aitrariiy* tiaeao banoala* at I room*- •*■••• •*< balan*# ta manUiiy pat- rauri #*11 *bl* Hlv»M UUAUKA bvaOral laraUaa Oumai 



alia Bet atr efi bmting Fully Inrnlaird 
maamU mraga and medara §***i Kaara. I 
PBF FT AFPOINTMtan* p. « « CArkl 
OBtr Frlra $1 l«5UU| 

HIGH QUADRA RESIDENCE 



Barra r*d«a ITpaiair* raam* reatod. 
•*nit*r> taciuur* «p and daao. Fawr 
room* doamauir* far aanrr ^ 

Frtat enty $4000 

Aak far Mr Dan*. Rraaing* O a*ll 

GROCERY STORE 
WITH LIVING QUARTERS 

M.4B4 hnadl**, daing buaiaya* arir 13 nag 
maaUiiir. laut yrar* aid Bvarytbtag a** 
Bod modrra. iiring qaartrr* attarnad 
ra«r-i**B mad-ra auntaia*. tuu aaat- 
moBL BA brai. MOBarn garag* ea 
aamgauuan good latatlgn. g> a x AAA 

Tb* ran poa* M $16,000 

Aak fra Mr Dan* e*aa. 0 4*14 



Fbra..8.iA HICKS A FARRANT REALTY 



HIGH QUADRA RESIDENCE UNIQUE ond TERMS ^^^TiLinroa^ a^lSSS"*' #650 

Aurariir* naea* bangala* at I raem.; 'Ji*'**:.*" **T* ""ff.* ui7‘inLi'Tata?ul5"Si 

•etranr* hall Bitoll-n. Dylag-roara. altb *•* •taanjy t“‘'‘ *n»rafer* b^u 

£..s Bernard & co. 

K. S2:.- 5,rs*' -ss >wrs! ~ "■”• * " 

Vaa blind* tfiraodbaat. Krwaaa and ^***^ 6Jiumg*r*odi, madara: T*a«4lan btindb, IIBalinm rlartn# 

ba,d*rad n*orr fin. raid#*. VWIY S?wT Jatar #‘7«AA 

$9000 ISV^S.iiTuf.TSi; 2Sin2“ JSS: ^ 

»,«nrvnA/w r-iTV .Si-" $7750 UPLANDS WATERFRONT 

$1650 DOWN-— CITY Orararattrr Utllaa 1411 OAK BAY ^ ..u ik 



moBB a 1144 



kllrbM Mara tor ga*. allfe uilUty ream 5®S?“ V.**. XI ^ anuaac* 

and luta FbU ramml bammrai ellb «a 

R.A. r«m*** and drimHk aaraga Tan*- tO* Mid a barkgrouad at adgaaaad 

Vaa blind* tfirnodbaat. Krwaaa and ^***^ 6Jalae*r*o*i, madara; 

haidaend fleorr fin. raid#*. VUIY ****aS* 

XBABOBABtJt TBUMBnUl. #AAAA '***..*'^ **'•* 

BArniK, Frira ^^OOO 

$1650 DOWN--CITY ’^...,*;?r«"X».i.n, ,« 

BBAX er J(»*F« g BOBFITAl. T-ra*« Afk tra kCr Clark*. 0 4M4 



HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL 

aia-raam braaalaa vUh baraminl and 
faraaa*. Barra rndaoraattna and a tra 
iinilii BUaatod nrar fWtorU Blgb 
aabool B rara n abtr tarma #001^0 
raraagad. takB pflaa eOYSUI 



V."^- .S=,‘ ST JUBILEE DISTRICT ^-nvju-v, nnwucnn. r-v^nne jyj, 

MM ^ f — bangaloa. alMaiad on Sii»to.r.?rau«Tu^aM 2*' ^ rvrm*# #C*LKA 

rLaa tbrp^Mt: tdral tra a ^Srapi* A BOCIUjibD aybbob - Far tn. prafra* 

ii* ■ ^n^naiapa* WI aUb ton* and %2i!wi ^£2^ #«»4no** aad bto taaUr oBYn nbbtoB. 

s.-ii-si'w- - J«oo L-Ka-STwi “vr^S 



$1000 • CASH - $1000 



McCANDLESS REALTY 

*44 FOMT rtlkVT A»«)4B*tU 

BTBKlBag: 

Mr itaaarg. • i*** Mr Bridal, o *•*• 



HOMES OUR SPECIALTY 

ti,|gg CABII BnWaoa a* ml fear* tbU 
oHra-madam olarr* buagalaa Im 

raUly. *M*w«taf of wrra ihmg mara 
dibfelt-mam aitl apo* flyoplara B* 1 
**a^ aai aak fWar*. aablaat ktrah.* 
*lr*d tar *Watrlr rang*. • kilriami. 4> 

iTjrvr “* $7800 

A ra M gm baagaWa. goad *lor«bty ta 
MBM* Bar Mt ndb Vol ta parf*M annal- 
Mam. U*lna-rnam. dlntag-ranm. dpa* 
tlriB>*»». kiMMa altb analty, I grad 
ba«Ndgu aim rWrata ^»taa* batbraata. 
bjra^. and rranora 



I Mr Fewgll. Blgbia B n|g 

^d g**d W4 Hi Um ^mbartMi Wrad* arra 
lamang** feigp.*laM da*mnga urrl and 
l*W*r*d attb braeamni (oundattaiu in tra 
■ baagataa <ntan* tactaBag). 

, pr»ea u ra* w Mgt. iuJi larma |TS»- 



Vailonce & Sawyer Ltd. 



adSntat^ mtaT ttto" hmma YM TfXW enttfr FKOB8 O TI44-1 O ttlg V$* BbOaOMTOM BT 

anrarit** tra raUrtalaing. 
wrnnMHdn at atatme aaaar 



RETIREMENT OR YOUTH 
CUTE AND COSY 



tf a e*T*aa* amd Baow tngatya btL,-^,, p«ma aaCu 

Tbla OfflM Wb ■**• Tea liaal Bayal $ 1 000 CASH - $ 1 000 CASH 

And 44* a mantb bay. /«* a oW* 4-ronm 

THE CITY BROKERAGE 

tra. ta.raK..d ta 



1411 Blaaabard B(. Fban* 0 MM 

ncmmtA bc. 



THE BUY OF THE YEAR 

rallf magim flm-mora mmaalav lagai. 
T«a i***lr badraom*. ratra urp* Uvtae- 



GORGE 



atrawo*. guta i ilii Mtb|-ygwn. f 

badraam*. fd .taiiiwi baaaAanl. Bta- /^ore 

arata aaraga. BM* granadl ta UWB. VJtJKtjK 

JAMES BAY SPECIAL ^ ^ .ST 

$4750, 



LITB ataatr, tbraaBBovt tT DOBB BOT 
FaBp iaralalab Afl feradvaad 
flagg*, aataani baarmrai alUi larg* drira. 
to jarMb brawlr ptof fB r aaaa. N e A • 

jj^ kS^^^SiwEBTa^^raTla M* 

Mgmr*. Tara WA off Uiatid IDibmaf at 
■ifipkra ftamd, waraf »«* Maobg wan 

$11,500.00 

NEWSTEAD REALTY 



FAIRFIELD 



aabtata kiMban.Tbgergdnta. 4 eADCA 
paa. Fora batbrwnn . _ $t85U 

Toder & Vint Realty Ltd. 

tIT OmMraf BM#. OPBM 

era iB lta t # Braddfl B M** *» ■ BMd 



MARGATE AVENUE 
OAK BAY 











T, OciiW a, iSplimUt 



fn on or ncronu-B rtnn bm. 
* awMiJ «r«M. t«r Mte ky •«&». • m«A- 
•*? ^IL"^ macom kmm, • «Mi« 

M Tb« lat«nof !• wcu 0 »k 

np**^ e«*»d — »o< w » klMkM *011 
CfaML. 4 »<ao> PtBkrak* toUtfOM. 

TJ*r» to ft Urfft tifttBf.rftM fta4 j 
«y- *« * n i Mftft. fttoft *4) ftcuft MrMTta 
(^kMfttomi MfttppM vlii hM ftU tftf^ 
OM Lftrtft lot. *«U towkftrftaftd. vtth 
^nikft, Uvu ttovftfft rur nifek m3* S 
j wlM %* tl feM «Uh to 
cftA For fftiJ 44tftlto Bom mm. 



« — u* THE CANADA HOME 

SrS=. -i.X,3n^ Sa~«.- AND PROPERTY 

DISPLAY SALES 

thTftft kftflJftlMft vuh VftIk-lB ftlftWU.- <ftli ^ 

bMMMi viib ott-o-kUitft fwBftM. aa fqbt vr ■ mm 

■niftnii toftki mpM r««iM wflb Or*- 
Bft»«nU ftftrftft ft «4 »T— ifc 4 iin 

*S5 >“* »•»•« "• 

Ff *■« « ftYMT. Ulto kftMft Mftf kft MR *MUdlOg TftOftM tTM *t bwni M ftO 

Lrrs:ii.“%.^;r $ 13,700 

Atf DMriBiR. »m. B 3MI u **, *1 m, m3m. m* 

ftf» Mt ftgwu. Wft tod* fm* M«*. 

SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 
ESQUtMALT 

A ftfeMtn ft fttoft toOMft ftftd Ib- 

**m*. Tm Bftog ftatoft*: sm «f I rttoou. 
llM otfeftT «. bfttli ■ftU'ftoBUlnftd. rftt 
fcftft—lnt vltk hftt-fti/ tanMM TBrM 
Mft ftitJi rack fftttora. flA paod fta4 
kftrbraa*. Sraftrau gang* #oOC/n 

■oM uma met ^oYDU 

Mr. OtoftR, O MM 



KING REALTY 

62131 



ft ^Mflln a g ft.M. rLBMOKI OAJUMm 00 

**"*” Mf toftftturd BMUlBg o mi 

PAimCSfT, TWO Mr Frttchft fg. O Wt 

. ftftUtSft* raln^M VV^***^* 4-BOOM Boon wmoif 
►gciHiMfttftto gilt ** mm ftkUft rftdiiM ftT UM ftitj, Bftt mm* 
k Bm Mfttloft. 1* _HM» «M BiaftMiRi gftttnSft 

Otoeouat tor caak. *>0 t«> eaab ap m 

tot. gg.n tar goairakto grapMir vtig to^na 

gftM •fSSfiL**' *“'• »• 

MT nW 1».».4. **** OftlOBtot 

“ lyAHTBU IMMtDtATTLT -OlVl u%~l 

m « y«» ft Iftv-rftM kva- 

riM-liHKSJtLi; as; 

- BTLDBIOB - . E|^_0&3J;^4r jT'ra. 

A oiTm .Tm?? \\’Ai«Tio-roCTi on ms itooM ioir 

ig. Il4.gw or attar galoWjftttto bftaeflwnv ta Oak ••« 

— 2^ *® M.Mg cftah Vlrbirlft IU*ltr n% 
•‘"♦k- Phooa S4Lti. •r*<<la& 



BUSINESS MEN 



llrag or rourad, *« k*»« ymi Um tgaal 
«to*k tm raUwtM. IM m tar. mi 

M ftiftfta la TiMda. toaUatol Iraki 
Bahlag ta wall Haakftg lakft. ggg tftfti 
•t vaktrrteaiftgft. W ftcroa M an. U 



AAdon* 

Buy On Ec»y Terms 
OAK BAY 



$6000 



f* BAT—AII OUm-TTPS I'UD- 

“ IMM. vlntf fa, alactrto 

aura. B raBii larga aa4 brigM Pol] w— - 
tofthl. bat-aU' tmara Oafttiacbag gar- 



AUTOMATIC OIL 
SUrTuJS?! CONDITIONED 

UNRESTRICTED VIEW OF 

sr-JT^ gorge waters 

$10,000 $io.5ooL^*kr;::Qr*iS 



brand new 

■ngala* af Bra raaraa aag kaaaraftak 

teUftir ptM furaaM. grtra-la garM. 
k^vaag Bawra. laMati MlcbaaL M 
Tba roMM ara at mmB Mm naaa- 
aaU 7 Ipcaiftg ig a g«M rmitoailat 

$7800 

4AM ter Mr. Bapa ac Mr. Matkrkiaat 



FERNWOOD DISTRICT 

Plra-raara mam* bkuafara. BataMit. bat 
air faraaca. fa— Ural boraa to, 
aMf ft— M ra ra - Ok aara-mi *• 

Mr. T—Bar. O Am 

LOTS 

Beautiful Building Lots 

wmawft •ftkah. Om aock— eOAAA 
lac ftMlahla Car Baklat edUUO 

Oaa lat. 



'AimD- MOOBIB g on 4-llOOM 
M— kUb baaa— aei: hMb larattoa 

^ M*MnU"*‘£S£ 

AkTro POM CtIKMT - 

.ra okt b a»a. baaa— ai aoA faniara. 

»**>»»• ~ T**-. 



.lAMaa MAT 

eA7CA— •UPKPI CLMAfl. PIVM 
JU raaRM «iu> ba— rnani 
aag teraaca and onto w>a black 
aft OaBaa iUaiL ala— la ManaNa 
Mka niraitcra t— ftalt k gaairag. 



I tl«iDg.raio— vttb oqtate 

_ naara. glau gaara, akt»cr>ac«] 

laadad a&ulo*i, teB dtatog-rae— <aak>. 

Tha klifgian to virM far rattgo, tUa ■»>> 

, — Inlaid U»a and lau at ca b M l aaaca Twa 

In caanOant Baparau ftaraaa Tbla bo— a baa i*'** — trrar panafad doora, 

II ... X 2 S! Pam^ka <MaM ba^i. ladtraaC 

WUog- POIXJAOMMMNT tlnad —lb 

toattr plaa. CCTRa ODMT r “ 

haaUag prabla— • with air co 
all t«ma— , garagt. IMMXlUATB 
MOM la nba paar ba—a 

POM reftnUX mMOBMATlOM 
CAJLL MX. PATXICK. X ngl 



ESQUIMALT 

r«a— bongnla* 

Baa UrUia>roa— 
badroB— 4 bltcbaru 

irvo— Pan baaai 

Itciil. witb lavaa, frvU 



LANSDOWNE SLOPE 

•ikaM buagalcv. g raa— a. 



— , — , . Kardvood 

noara. Baaottful U«t^ and dtelBg- 
raaftH. Cabkaat kltabaa. Ula alnh Two 
omUIm badtaaau Ptclura baibraa-. 
Pul) b a — ra t. tnraa— . drlra>la gar- 

K J8950 



egocA— P*vb xooiM » Tm 

a-an bkogaiok tbai 
baa baao nanlr d—oratad (BMda 
aad ani A good ba— — aot and fur- 
nan. w«Mnl aalka trail ira— and 
•apara— garaga Vacant fi-iriilnii 

OtXM i.Akn 

“ «TX>tTn.T MIW 

Ibr— raa— a and aata 
boot at ftoll and ci— a to bna 
aad Bl<ir— . Tbia baa— to Waal t— 
a raUrad aonpla Tn—p It do- 



WANTED FOR CLIENT 
WITH CASH 

FOR AN INVESTMENT ONLY 

A bn— ft — ftii raniad ar a —aall ■- 

nraparty t* goad WcalUy and nat^^ 
*« raara ^ Muai k« gaod. 

Plaa— A— ter Mr Xfttta. Xrra. O gJM 

BROWN BROS., LTD. 

<MMd tntt 

*>*A xtwNUAXo rniarr 



$2750 



Mrlri. Urtng auanan at 4 taUr fur- 
nua—g r oe — . Tbft to varlb ^nCAA 
ta— Ig atlng, Prlra <tar— > jVDUU 

ABB TOO LOCK3MO POX A XAKOAtX 
In a —raa g>rao— ba— or rrranua prop* 
artyr KIgb locaUaai. eoMltloa 

tbrougbeal tut) ka— ant. ten—, garaga. 
Lai ua Bbo« y— I tbto ana. hm* Iban -H 
caab bandtot. Otlrra ezOAA 

A M OPPOXTUMITT POX A TOOMO <«*»>^rad arannd ^OyiAJ 

^ •” “»•' ^om*. ILM TWO arraam 

taga. oav P«-bt^* kaUua—^'^^ VX BOTtaALOW — BlH- 

_ $3350 4n.sr.rS5 sSTrAfiir 

JAMBi BAT B — ^ Mil On good read, tour — Itoa 

•LMg CAXn WILL KAXOLB THIB PtVB- 5^1 <AfW1 
ra— bkagalocL h^amot and gaa ter-,”^ 90KAAJ 

COLWOOO DixnucT 
Tanr ahatca *t Ivo Marly nav —adorn 
taar-m— bungalovi Oaod tacaUdn. ala— 1 
M,aeboAl and trai—ponalkni. Bach ha« ' 



\K BAY $1200 DOWN 

IW LISTINGS Tkalra bonndrad or araro de*n «H) bay 

Ibto brand mat oMeao bnngalow vnb 
« gl—a M graac plaaoura w ba able Ibrongb ball. Drta>«rcia-. Anatto, kU- 
la after ihla Ana Oak Bay bokM, two ahan. p»— braba batinnan, tva bad- 
— laai— aaik tea— baacb. »i"f roc—. teU kaaatoioni. bat ate teniart. 

teraa raa— Bnteno— b^ drlro-ln garaga. Ta b« koDt and— M.B.A . 
Urlag<r 4 w— aitb ntoplaaa. dtniag- kalan— * 11 ) ha al 4 to par ant tntcmit 
>M— . e—y dok. all vitb bardvaod n—l pay— ate ol AM — oatbly. ar to— 
noera. trar larga kidria— aad bolb- dokandinc on year d»«n pay— ant Burlt 
PM Voter Ml boating. Oarmgn. lb Iba iueailon ywn cboaaa, ar an yauri 
Mm lol. Co— la and Web at the - 
Oaboory In fanr a— alba ar to- 
nal aporoclant ter yen la ea— 
ataana aall *tU brliw nn r laptamt 
to yonr b«— *ltb ^ aartlenWra 
aat abUgathB ta pant— It 



JAMES BAY 
HOT-WATER HEAT 

$6600 

TERMS 

Par Ibu raatl o — d-ran— baogaW«; I 
rao— rok— d at ATt a— —onih Tba— la 
a daady bal-«aiac baatl—i wnto ta ibla 
bd— and a tuU Oa— ooi To via* — , 
Wi^ M. Bu ll a na at altlra at errr.lrrrw 



If^a E®®" *«“«aue otl-bral voter 

— 'a Sf*"ng Al— aoimaatte gaa voter haatar 
Dunra in roar alra vllb hM-vaiat 

ETU $6500 

El^nnta AVBKUX-ft y«n can van «nUl ! IbiXl ori— 
bl P*-*4iary l« for ampancy H vauld At 

N ^^„^•5;J^,^,srnSL^^s»as^J^$4500■;St,.' 

B Ull rao— vttb hardvoad narvati tlao— . larga — nl and turiu- 
ft— nly^tytod kilrbra. tva badroa— Tba . «*cavUana)ly goo 
baaa— rat la tell and high tad baa a bat ball-— Ito eteeta. 
valor ^tlng plant. Attacbod carare lUal , 
ran- b«ra aATOm 

*' *^975 S3600 SEJ., 

OPPBM POUT— gtmr Iba PitaciWn. A lU* Puu-at— ba— laarn 
raa— bnagalav that baa hara co—olately gardm l—a. 

foonaniad laalda aad ant. Btlng wad aav 1 ** ^*** 10 , llJkA. 
M ive ftkitea. abar-g a doktog bath. Baaa- 1 # ^ > r/t-Ma. « 
ea. Bovnd aad ' 54400 mn— 

«OOOU;raara aW Bapan 
ito-— Ua ctreto. B 
larg* bo— af aigbt roo— 



fAM tor O. P Bopkara 

UPLANDS— 
UNOBSTRUCTED 
PANORAMIC VJEW 



TALtTB BKBB 

5 -BOOM erncco bomoalow v* pop- 

alar Oonaatoa OUUIct. Lmag'rao— 
vltb bardvoed tWar aad tlropla— . bright 



"IF YOU WANT TO SELL' 

™ ton PBOPKBTT WTTB TB< 
WBO BPtMD TBBtB UOHVT TO AOT] 
TUB TOOB PROPMITT 

NOT 

wmi TROSB WBO OBB TOOB 
PHOPBIITT TO A DYbBITM ma r a 
BOvcmaBi 

Pagr*aPlc— ) BoaJty — ucM a BaMnt 
»**» K?P“*f •» foaftn— to ow^ 
'Tto-a-fia~ Dlaalay 

Pbana. CbU — Wnta 



FAIRFIELD 



$4950 



$7950 FUU PRICE 
TERMS 

BBBB a Tomt OPPOBTUMITT 

Par tbla aUracu— ho—a flolabod to 
— «aaa. Lorolr oak ftoara teD baaa— ant. 
kikM bML drirt-la gataga Calllarela 
ItoiBi toterwr. Ifo clay o» tbto lot Okiy 
good Wo— oaadr ton—. Okoa rtav. 

a— H. M ftaborta al atn— of I 
orentoga B Sggg j 



idloatta. eablnat hlteBan: S bodro 
, 4 -f to— kachron— , full, blgb 1 
kllb aacra rao—. nraga aaoboi 
na— . Ba— puaa— ly largt Wt, 
I laadacoMd and vllb aa—Uani 
I— dbUUloa Badncod fgr a gti 



vhJab la (BI^C-MaOr bM-aw t— tad 
y*te Soar baa a iarw ll*tog-rao- vitb 
bronia— . 4—to r-racB. fak 

vfch Brrblaaa. taa b*dfaoai« a — od> 
ara kiceboa oM battiro— . ba— moat 
bra garaga t*e ' rangbad to" kod- 
roa— aid baibroa— . g— va by 

apk»tot»«aL 

$21,000 

(Aik for C J. fiarrlBgioai 



J. Wb—iar— Akl Cralral aatiain g 
^ BOMB LOCATOXB BBALTT CO. 

omi 

faraga. «vo ' 

Ircto. Caab ' 

T BATOro POX SNOI.AJfD IMMIDI- 
m» •ritra ***^- ^ A^ M to. AIM. «aty 

gr, , *•£*•. Pdw - mnoa^ — odara atiractm 

t!l* !T ^ ' 5?"**® ^ baon-aai bardwood 

laao. I ftaora ball and ttvtiw-raa— In a— Itool 
‘l»«"i«b«ii. Pknucl— toratwo. 
gm* I Piped teraa— . OIUO-Matto b— Uag. to- 
irxii_ •fitted, food temitara. dtobot. trary- 
POB TBIB tolag aa V Tbig la an aa— pUonal buy 
on— Pnnr'm ft — w Tbatr — WforCBM — ar vaD 
•• y—r BbM ter— Par apCMinc— aor 

la rlov oaeuci Mr. BalU. « - — 

JMteIra Hfttiag. Mo4ft: Bterit^ 



J, H. WHITTOME & CO 
LIMITED 

Mt ooTfaurMSrr bt. TWtarto. b c 



in M.MA. 

PAZRPIBLD 

Ia-BOOM BUNaAAOW (ALL O 
’fWari; Drtog'towa dialag-roftW 
,raa— ba— bardwood rWorw. klul 
, WU of copboard raa—: ) bodre 
pWro batbron— ; ten baaa— ant v 
raaiataad anlte and bei-atr 
I teparaia nraga Tbto to an a«cal 
. trlrt and gaod ralaa. Toma 1 
U IA.A40 

BATirx B BOJUanOTOH 

*«SinSf »!-• 

Baa.. OAAS4 



aolld. Price 



MARA, BATE & CO. LTD, 

Mt-bar Baal Xtuu Banrg of Vtolarw 
tig vjBw tnmr pxaxBSfiSi 



NH.A. 

^1500 DOWN 
WiliHondle This Roomy 

ftonr-roo— 8XAKD NBW bnagalav vUb 
attaebad garaga Oft Lana- BiCOtYA 
Bovna Bead- Pnl) prlca ^OoUv/ 

B— Mr Wylma. O gUd 



aataraoM Ok and dovn. Ab larga rgoa—i* anr/% — POLL Pk 
“.S®"L®* «*«•“«» B aa omra l la r«u<$4o50 larga oorae-rn 
4iM 9tih •tMrMt CAJMR. Frin i cmm wma i 

<Cb-te^. ran- teraunr. ^qcaA ?*“aP SS t^n^' 'iS-kftVte 
laelodod' $y^Uv traarated on Intbla. ttewtokooao— Wo — O I3M 

- — Balt-ftalto etecJo |BO( aeoootabia.' 

|-Ba. gkA-imca. CXSAB PIT*- BBOWB 

rac— boftgaWv. teU baaa— ant. (Bi 

t^Ad gardae lot, ela— ta im BLAMBHABn vr 
°m“ *• 1 ^^^^uidB til 

iKa— bora Baal Bata— Bi 



Bioai* po* OOXOB— Aa arcaptloaal okkonvaUy 
^ ^k kdy-rat knyor brro la 
YAH tbla larga nov and - a dora olneea at lonr 
>rw Urga roo—a vitb dlnotia off a ——1 — odaro 
kltrbos tbat'i vtrad tnr kovrr and vllb 
auuiy raa— aft TVo Uraa bMroo— a, tarta 
Uvtng-roMa vitb Ulad flraplAM. oak n—ra. 
ftn— t of dntob Ba— ant baa pltt— bing 
ra«f^*el in aad to ao— plotely Itaad vitb 
ban. knchr Moa Pnraaaa, garaga. Thla can ba 
■roo— bc;wf>t kttb itM dovn. wvr\r/\ 

Tkkto prwa $7950 



EIGHTEEN 

PROSPECT PURCHASERS 

4te to oantacT vUb roauin 
IKBB fro- W.OM |« gll.Ma. Moor M 
L? U«ungft 'vanlad. Pate- 

Id, Oak Bay. Watartreoi androtinaa. 

I— odUta AUantlOD Oteon 

P*«a— Pbaw f— Xalao— an la Tla* 



HOMETERIA/* 766 Fort St. 

tCTOBUA-B BBOmira CXtrTBB K)X 

aOMBi 



Aak tor Mr. T. Clarka 



IN THE KST PART OF 
ESQUIMALT 
Brand New 

Paw rao— a aad aUUly raa—. WUI ba 

okt eg Iba oeniraalor'a baada ta two 
jw^^LAMdova 



$2000 DOWN 



FORCED SALE— BUY BELOW 
COST 



ii.iS MfteMa t— aaWokM aa-pato 
■kUdar to aarrtelc# t*« ao* A-rao— ad 
I kuagaWwa By— ytbtog -adorn. 
— la baaa— aat. Pipod terna— Boar 
far /kkctian wyor^ 

-I- prtra Om $7850 

TBB OTBBB - tr.M 



toll ' *^***' ClfM. il.MM teradfa ' Ml — 

-~'lK 

' ■ J-4 ai 

M _.MBLT BRBP abba— OOBOB vaakTi 

ODBM 8TOCCO 80MOALOW OM ^ 
ona-ibird arra. Ptoaonat ?wv pvnr Jflf 
artgbl rooBU aad cna porch. (Kiiaii oaiu .*9^ 
■ ATpm. *mnA~teo— vitb large flranta— book- 
I. AUTO- cao— aad bardvoad n—- ' Voct 

Jl®* •IJtef. »«Af2a bate. 

— -JB Pite^ not kncboa vtrad far alaetrta —ni« 
jWa O APt. **A4r ^ter. OTBroo-. fcHcbta.'baib aad^^^h 

lODi A-BooM 25S5YJ5®- ^**«*«* fau S5®_5 

» ■- kaao— aat vtib bkadry laba, bat ate fur. 

ra WL^S?? ^ 5“^ A«igt OftSJaarVuk^ $42 

ga »u Dan I pan lava. o-aO ganwn n? 

?” B—to dor aatenl aiau faaoUrat 'b— 

AMD BUli. g' iJSto? *pSrai fami UUo^— B^Uk 
— ftoani: ioh«! ' "® Moate. piaafta. 



PENSIONER NOTICE 
GROCERY AND 
CONFECTIONERY STORE 

Wan ogUbUobad. «lo— to. Deang a to— 
aaob btt rln a— . Bant oaly gSA e 1 1 AA 
kor —oath. Priced to ftoU at > I I UU 

■— Mr. B. tkiS. onik 

GROCERY STORE 
WITH FIXTURES 

tkagled on — aln city aUoat to* yontaL 
Oaarantead alack AllkO: tU- Wor/VY 
Akr— il.MA PoU briM >03UU 



$6500 



MHB OBBBirwOOD 

mt Broad Btroat 



DEAN HEIGHTS 



BAAtnctt— A annt BlUa ftnbnrbaB tonaa In 1 

. a plea— at oeiUng. Modern aad vllb fuiyr 

aad 00 — act block baaa— eat to tba fW— JotoCa. I A ***" 

dioiag-raaoB. brlgbt Mteban vllb laU at It baa unag-rao— vitb flrokla— . iwe-bad- — atb 
enpboard okaea. Cbrongb baJl. gtaaOrat roao— and nr—part kltchan vllb dining > hardwrad 
katbroe— and tva gaod-olnad kodroa— a. aMca. lb* ba— eol haa a roo— vitb Bra- I >)°.900, gi 
teO blgb baa — aai vitb hat ate terna— kiare and aaother ktoatorad e^OCA ‘ V-rnd; 
ptpad M all rao— a Oarago to ka — ra t rao—. Oarage, teraara. Prlra 5/J0UiA“^‘ 
Owaor baa purchaatd aaotbar graperty 

and bag pnaod tbla booe te aoU bOOC^A BHBLBOUBBB-Wllh a an— angtog 

gnlekly ai only ----- . ^OYOU no* of the ourronadlag oaaetry. Bav and 

_ . * taoi —adora aa to—arra* vllb larga Itatog- T>tmoAl 

lyontaga. Mr dabaaan. • lAPf roo—. dlalBf-t«a— . vllb tote of rtav vto- 15 anrcA 

daws, tbrongb hall vllb largo kltrban aovlr dan 

M ^ vavor aad Ace Tot Ula flaar. dJlra-to g 

I H \A/hlttArAP A LO Lta i?® bod roo—a Very altracUva plaatar )«— fro— but 

J. n. wnirrome a V-U. I-IU. Big blgb boao-rat vim too- tar aaatWe | 

Att IbOTT. BT. B Ull roo—a and alr-caodittonag w 1 A ACA «oi 

aa boating Prlea 5 I U,95U pkrrbkoa ; 

OOBOB— IfBAM TUB ICTOinrAT—Wblte rkfrwnar 
UdJnt bvagaViv to vondarfnl aondttlan K *"* * 
Bniraore ban. tarn Itviar-raaki vitb aak 
near. Sroplara. Htcban with lUad aink. iff, 
dtaatte off. froei bogroo— it large, roar 1 ” 
aaa at gaad atoa AH roaau are ntraly 1 



FAIRFIELD 

PARTLY FURNISHED 

roo— od — i-A n aga l av, Ck—aai baao' 



WANTED TO BUY HOUSES 

TUoac vin ppy uB ta AM ggo fM A 
A^e l/aat ba«a tva baOroo— a aaS 
—ibrao— deva. Iva badroa— a and haib- 



$5500 



FAIRFIELD 
$1650 DOWN 

A-awiy ba—a vttb ba— • 
I. ideal for roo— lag werc/> 

Prtea aaly . $5650 



BROWN BROS., LTD. 

M Blanabard gtraal Fbaow a ltIA -4 
PWtM Aak tor Ml. apaod 



>$2700”!!??'^*®* wATiB- 

l^to/LA/ tronL BBRolahad ihr— 

, p2Sfc«15^ “®“* te Onlab A^ 

P^kw. aoroor BI...OI1— aad PortMo 
I “ **te Hal— ckOB. afiar • aad SnadranL 

$9fi0n PATMWTirMoDtaB 

atgpck boBgalav. g raa-e and > 
baoo— ant aitlte ar y rau—ai. lara— a AM 

■ram Pbapa ewnof. p mm 

e 1 00 Moirra bbvbniib boobb } 
bWck fra— Parila—eot BoildlBaa' 
rate aato-atw gaa vJS, 

to ewt .‘ o ' lS « r ‘ P >“» Ate «: M . M ? 



ESQUIMALT 
3 LOTS . 

Oo— aat ti-mikl 
n,AM dava 



BUSINESS IN THE 
QUADRA DISTRICT 

Okod buatoa— and Woaly ba—a — wl ba 
aald Caraor graeory aWTO vitb akkrazl* 
guMly A4.AM alack Bbovtot vary goad 
Ml ratnrn Inrhidae a cb a faru A-rao— 
apart— «ai Pimiaca boated- Caab for 

ftock aad flfttur— at (nrolao viieo and 
kitoBTT ao raaaoaabto larvM. « w AAA 
Total pn— I 5,UUU 

Baa Mr Laob, O AM 



$5500 



JOHNSTON & CO., LTD 

blabitobad ua 

OOMPLBTB UIBUIlAirCB BBKVICB 



d ^t Ire— ~ . _ " 

\rUBT BILL MODSBlf 

K “iirten~i;S" A«»bl»v and ahevi Ihj 

0 <te® "IteU of vater H 
^7 2 !^: •* J*»<- kU Uoarod. 

W!^''’»ra apply A. I 
Akt'Olr te^iflal4 ia Boad. AaanirLtan 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD 

UlA DOUQLAB BT. 



CADBOBO BAT— Tbil a ra pa r ty olte «p 
, blgb VUb a woadorfl ate* nf —a and 

' - .- .$5450 52000 GASH WILL HANDLE S7 5to rVli^-V^SS '^;:r^rS 

iKIi rafa BratoK^ ktedarrurllo vlih bar ta breakfato nrak 
OWN aaoaaalad atalr to opaco Iv* laf^ > «T* ^**» »** »f* 

ronoia ngatalri. oalra Wl oaB be par* ®f gong ftae B—t of bardvaad to aO —aln 
knngaW* P— ad obnaad. and tba taa— ara only wc'TCA 5"®'* B to baaa— rat vtth opaaa far rv— • 
•** Bok. grtaUf-radncad prtot $5750 !■>»» gara ge opa- Tbla to op- 



^iS 4 *»«»“• yo LABQB OWBTTB. 
*rira ^”te*a. tell baa 

Blgbltt^to Sri“* »*^®- “*-»» tet Mm 
^ I my If aaea— ary Annly WU Braafi 



$90 PER MONTH REVENUE 

Aa vaB aa tear alra ?—» • ter dvitor In 
onatUoat aandlUoo. H 04 vater h—ted 
Bllnalad te Oarga dtatrlrt 

B— Mr L—b. O OM 



--- Mm prop- 
Akkly WU Braafaat Bd 

BOOBB I BCDBOOAga. BO 
I bara-ont: teatly via*: bot-vaur Aral- 
acrra; W.liO Bateraot AO. a ftoTAT-, 

. 1 ^ LAMPBOtt XT -A-BOOM BOMOA- 
I .T. Pawnaai and teratM, to- 

ila Ud: ala— rte aiov* AI.MD. 

aouBB uum ~Dui*rfT 
' Wl haae«ra 1 . dUra-to garage flat- 
r boaCteg : Urge tat WU Braefiwt Bead 

-BOOM ttePlBlBRBD PBAMB BOT®*. 
ty-am tot Llgdit and valor to bo— *r 
Phaoa O INI 

■OOMB ABO BATUBflOAr Sw 

Vm^****^ •' 

ai OLADertm. TACAafTTi 
*♦ • rao— a to for —to or' trade 



m Mr MatbrvMk. atralnga. O Mko • 

MARA, BATE & CO. LTD 



i t k e ca koBgi 
aatabilalted 



b eoparate taragi 

. rooldaniial Mt 
U.TAd caab. bkl. 



-4 in* 



iraa— uaM 1*1 Blgb tara- «.#«>% 4 ^^ 

Ok. Tea— AM prUv $6200 

DUPLEX— 5-ROOM UNITS 



Two ond One-Half Mile Circle 
MOUNT TOLMIE DISTRICT 
Low Taxes 



GLEN LAKE 
I60-FOOT FRONTAGE 



bftdrftn— a, 4-kte«a Pa—brak* kalbtoo— . 
large oablaat ktlehra vitb atoetrla ftlov* 
Dr1va-ia garagr. PtoU tema— Atoa 
•Kira rao— to baftv— rat Ban— to 
roklad ter Wlairr at AM a — nath. Tan 
any tote g« vitn tbla praparty laid o«t 
In yanng oribard. mall bam— and 
oogatekla gnrdftn Pag* vtr* tone* Oar- 
dan to to Brat-— a— aandiUaa. Oa ar- 
annnt of Rl baaJib -vat ba — *Hft—d- 
Baaaaaabl* ter—a la roUabla e07RA 
party ToUl krlra 



»w». and nttHty Kllrbra baa j 
toil Ok* fteort to 4 

■a mttei Balnt-rvaat Uto llravla— . Ibrangb rat 

?r ^®®“ mite—, tapaotry plaator. To- 1 * 

^ ^ nettoe hUnda. Rl^ baa«B*at fna* Bnad; * ' 
_____ B.A. ternaev. tnba. Jarkot vawr k—ter. 
IBTOO- fttorag* rao—. ottea plunMaa. «rta*.|a 1 , . 
a* vnb *®v toft— Matag kolov aaot at I > 

»* M.AOk j tova. Par addra— I tm g jj 

■®* l^ l^WW A-BOOM Xn7CC6~BWOAiow“ •" 
•M-- ^ Batrnae* kaO. living ran— . nrvplac*. 7t 

7950 *nL Akdraa— i. rto— la. rabtsot kltehra 

utiittf, Ibr— -plac* kklb bavn UJnd ftoart. ^ 
$ plkoUr RaUh. oorad okltlnga, vlrad for A 

■U atoetrla rongv Blark —1) Ibt gg ft IM ^ 

yri^ ^ar UOa Prtoa AA.HA. §emt tenaa. At >>;. 
Jtel HarrM Bead vM 

Ulobon. ■ - Ai,! 

roly — - XreW BTUCCO BOBOALOW. BBAB OOLP aWl. 

vBlow xT «anr— Thraagta 1—0 aad karga ttrln*- Lid 
‘A P*T rao— wMb aak ftoon, ftroplaca. Ive grad ~T~ 
' ba dra aB M vitb — dar^a— vardrakra terra \ 

teW eabtoot kltrban. d— kto mra — nk. ^Mte. 

foar-pte— Po— kraka b 0 X 1—101 Larga gar- 

ff* . tnnm. ISM fiarby B— d. atf Jf® 

I BUB- Maplovaeid <te»« 



Page's Pictoriol Realty 



$2000 



ELK LAKE 
GLIMPSE OF SEA 

af kva tote, aaob 



L. PUBBACB. Tbto lovaty Uttla teraara la a no* dliirlet and bandv ta 
potia— ly atoan aM taatateUy mrytblag. #11 

aad to ato— la kna tbd akly Prtoa # I I ,UUU 

ky boa fra— lava: Xtnated to 

OOBOB ROATV— A rhar— tog gray obake 
bo— a aa — taodld lavna that anraaa venid 
be kraad to ova. Batraaro hail toadt ta 
llTlng-reo— vitb anlgie Broplara. toadad 
daoro ta larg* dlaoctk whicb apona nata a 
vary laadam kllHtan vitb Indirral IlghUnt 
and aired for ranga OUaa td-lw roar karrb. 
tei« b|r bedraa— a with — Irrare on oto — 1 
dean, the largv ba— awnt to Bnad vUb 
knatiy plaa and boa ■— att ftolahtd rae— 
On-O-Waile ten— lataka # 1 /N CAA 
avi over tba valor Pri— # I UOvU 



A faULL BOUBB ABD LOT MAIB 
Bead. Bappy Taflgy raZl;', jy" 

ryuQOBBw dpyo x T UBin . xoi 1 -^*^* 
tou avatUble togaUwr. Aawt Drtea. 
Oaag aloM «t baaiM togklteMAll^M 
^AMl‘tu-My^“^ Pknicnlara. 



PAGE'S PICTORIAL 
REALTY 



KING REALTY 



STADACONA PARK 

I-Bm— fra— a bAgalav, tovato a—d a) 
teotegnUy dararated. Cte— to kna 
ate— to AMtbar antotandta« # 
bay Ok tadayr — Arkot Okly #4y 

mx ABOTl. Mi MB. AXTBUB 
At BIghU. Can BMM 



» vMto 4-A raoraa 
LOT Batb Ate 
roolalad. Mr Bna- 
’aOaaM B iavyar 



B i^ OXITB OnUABtML 
»tov to t lAknpg B UU. 

UUILDDIO tor OB B D BBilLl t. BACK 
k-v long, naar — ■ ta«* 



JUST LISTED 



Tbto onaaltokt ba — a of — **b 
nun fwt elgbt yoar* aid. to 
xtnated on a auiot atrael la 
kaaaXfttl Blgb 9BaSra tev—g- 
rae— U • Id. t«— t • Otoe gUitag- 
Tvo— ■ raa akw badroa— a. and 
teoaiy aabiaal kUebon vub uiod 
fttak. Pi— brafci kaUuarai Oak 
ioan to -ato raa—a. Upatatr* ara 
Iva tell badr—a- PnU (woeoni 
baaa— aat bat-air boatteg Bopa- 
rate garaga Levoiy gardaa ok 
ianie lot T^ to truly a boavtttel 
b—ae a— g — oal ba aaaa D yvu ra- 
infra a tenr-bodraa— bo— a vllb 
bl* lam and borti^ la opond 

fatoST^Stuk. $9750 

Cali Mr. wrtgbl 

B*na aM Bou BtlM or OdUl 



2-MILE CIRCLE— CORNER 
I LOCATION— j/4 ACRE 

I • ra«n bnagntov 
{Largo BvteB-fna— vub Bro- 
alaee dteing - raa-. I ate* 
kodta — ft. 4-plaM boAbraa— . 
larg* kltcbra. PaU ra-gal 



LANGFORD 

#e/y^— WATXBPBOBT, VliW BOTAL. 

Ava-rao— bnngato* aad aaa 

$6500 •*" c^yatad tood WaI»lraot Branl- 

—all Rarbor. IM teH ra laland ilghvfty, 

Lssr’Ti.cw'i.sar’ - 

WATBBPBOBT 
l^r-raa- -aya bnagalav. 
Uy bgbt. gaod ftoat and boat. 1 
A laraly par— annt bo— a oa 



N 'BW d-BOOMBD OOTTAOB. P MlUx' •- 
_ ftXl* etrel* lra»*dtete kaM-Xa- 
MW- ^ at «i« Ctodar Biti l—ad. 

/■ kWTTZB WILL iAOUiuCB PITB-BOOM 
trao— . ^ ' Sam te Blgb Patmatd. S kalbraanu. 
1MB rary pratte ttel n g r am aiad kttoban hM 
— !k*?Ii f— odtou pra— Ira. 



$1000 CASH 

Brmd BO* bnagalew livlBg- 



EXCLUSIVE 
FURNISHED OAK BAY 
HOME 

X WID lab* akly aaa aaaato af 

war torn to pbaaa B Sttt far teO 
tofiir— atooa *a tbto lovaly ha— a. 
Ptvo raa—a. tv* badroa— ■. *•* ok 
Iba — ktk hwr and aa* opotain. 
AkiftM dlkf aa boat Pnratobod. 

$8900 



$6975 



$2500 



$1300 CASH— GORGE 

4 Xaowa md dteotto, no 
baser yt—gate* vttb w 
baao— oat ba 4-atr pIpM tar- 
laora LJvlat-train vllb Bro- 
ptor* aad gtaotte. — ' 
naaiaat Utobra. ail 1 
torf*. prany waagnlid. 

Prtao 



-Tva toaaly brlgbt 
•*ry toktraJ loaM 



$1750 



$6200 

BERRY AND VEGETABLE 
FARM 

Soonfch — 1 1 Miles from Ofy 



$2500 



$2650 



H, A. Roberts (Vic.) Ltd, 



OAK BAT 

XtrBOALOW UTXBO-XCXBd 
iropla— . fa— By gte to g ra a—. 



-ra-M aWMOdB-k jgQQQ 

H. A. HUMBER, LTD. 



GORGE 

SOUTH SHORE 



S. y GRANT 

nt Htokd XlUraw Pham Bi 



$8750 



SIDNEY 



$3500 



GUEST HOUSE 

**■ Pate. TMb I 



* !*•- *9500 



COLWOOD REALTY 



fat Mk a vM* raaga ar *ta* alia 
kki Mratga te tb ^jrav —i Bvrib iaaatoi 

SPARLING AT SIDNEY 



$1X500 



H. W. MILLER & CO 










By Fagaly and Sboiien 



iallg (EolonUt lilTIIERE OUCHTA BE A LAWl 

OctoWr ». \M ' ■ ; - ■ 



2 raAcr» • 4<‘M« 

•Ml* 0**4 Mil •MMlfW *l*« 
M vikiii rMd kn«l (•nrlM* iMo 
Ttmt ir d*tlrM Lm*IM W*t 
|i»k> Hm« Nm« r)«(t >»•< T%rM* 

ftiiWtiUii* rh*n« A Itli 

Hnrid*)> 

w*T»nmorr lot 

OUU IftlUorlu Ulftnd 4«rs skitf 
m iA«lt*rrd hBfMr >Ba1l 
o>«r cBkui, >.• »•(«• «oMtd It. 

ft< j(h«v P«jit Om; t' Writ* B»« It 
( oiMiBi. ar BalUar ■ laiaM L«c>(li U4-. 
i»ai c«* 8 0. 

j, tOTB Wmi 8MAU. ■I’MMm KOtrSS 
^ In JH-ihUa Will Mif ar trade 

lor car af aaina ?a u> Bo* H Coiai»*l 



«RIC WOBMOOD 

Mtt> Me cALLio rr— ^ 



LOTS MORE LOTS 



AliCriONKBM ftM APrAAlHKEfi 
HtWM IMS 



<3A;.€OeiCl6NCL'j 
iOUdOTTA KNOl/ 
'«XneTUfT>TMA»«S 
fattM ^ 
cowTOta m iOM M 
L euci:E»! 



ME CAU6D rr- 



FARMS 

METCHOSIN DISTRICT 

trait traaa, faur 



Daily Astrology 



Craa^aat abaaad 



LUCK 



•II aeraa. I aaltiaaiad. 
raam ItaaM, Itainf-raa 
hadroaiM. la/fa bara 
•nr iifrti and aata* T 



InftxucUd bjr uvcral cUantJ. one tn 
parUcuUr, we vlU Mil in our Mte*- 
rooma, 

TII-U JOHNSON STEErr 



By RITA l>EL MAR | 

StNOAV. OCTOBER U, 1M9 

It te not (mly 



$6650 



iiiuM dUAinu 



TMUy‘8 quoidtUon 
our •rrort which ruin ua. but our 
way 01 cxmducUnf cumelvM after 
commltUiif tham." 

— Yyatu OullbarV 

Sunday for Ever) one — Early 
momlnt and around dlnnorUme 
proTidc tha beat porUooa of the day 
lor uEtuf a Uip or overtaklns aoclal 
obUfatlona Durtnf the real of the 
day proUot your aueu and In- 
toreatJ 

Look for your birth data and Urth 
alfT) below; 

March St to Aprtl IS— (Arlaai— 
Belore enierlnt Intp •ntartalnmert 
plana make U clear that It la "ZXitch 
treat *• ■ 

April ao to May 10— (Tauruai— B<* 
harmonloud with other folk to make 
the moat of the day. Sidetrack nefi- 
Uve mooda. 

May SI ip June SO— (OemlnD— 
Put your worrlea In the backfround 
where othen cannot aee them Be 
of help to another. 

I Cancer) » 



Mam 

•Tim 

crTT 

aa I fM tdMaiaa MMdi 
MUM idttpl*! wned) 
M « iM >Umm NirMl) 



Acna AT lAMoionD roe aeka 
•r>««p oaaii Mid a 111 * 



Wrdnesdsy, 1:30 P.M. 

Choice Selection 



M(>a« muurr. auuTM or hat. 
••im* tiaod fur lue o 7«iT 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd. 

iMd oovcRKHiirr or ntowa o hm 



GORDON HEAD 

• M •«!«• *U «ad«r ruui**tto«. I rMin 
|t«c«a kuMA)**. t MdawMM. hirdwood 
hMr«. Olti-HMii B W h#*t S*«*m*M 
•ith r*r«M 4 *«iM *1 •■‘■It Mrn 

(hlikdn hauM aad «Aad Uat fMi • era** 

•4 0M« Tim* WOO Rnn 



COWICHAN DISTRICT 
FARMS 

LARGE AND SMALL 
A Look Will Convince You 



AND EFFECTS 



I'lva Ar'Rie. COWICHAN rrATioB, 

I «w«d land. aatmara«*d 8a* M Cat* 
OA Ui. 

poOM AcBAa ANU UN. OuT WMS 
* 8 *aai fti Hoaa etian* RiauA( MU 

iTORDOH kLui. TOBOUAY DaTvi. ~i 
' ' k«rM aarClani land, aaa a;anl«d )• 
Ctavia arap. uaAL ■■!#* aialUtH. C. r. 
Jonii. «0lt Oriilaai Kaad. 

c k ArBorTAo'a “wiANLT two acb rt! 

IM* aiHj Iran <it»; aai *ara aadar 
k»lll»a«taM aat ••4T. CalaauiU 



Bail la aa* al lOa baat Imm aa 
■ odar'i Market If jrau riMd raul 
tarn idrtrvltura land at a rraaon- 
aJkia ftlwri M arrM, Ineludlul M 
artM af wU >aaa. Iiad aliH a' 
<Mai a Kail aiia ul dialraulf rix' 
Iratitatr Bm rm fctiM M lr4a- 
arndani f.ir Ulr. «lib dairy latil*. 
trult and iifitalil** Oaa al iha 
matt aiadarn and cwoifurta»M du- 
p'.Mii In th« diaUKi mlTM 'ha 
bain and baMla« ervM*M dead 
dtHhuTldlrit Ift'ludthf ie*M barn 
mil win iHill Dti' imptrmwil 
•bad ai« Ind thni laarab Mr a 
larm «f > 0 *. iitnif b» rm' • M.li 
• •raoiianal cpoi.i"i'>'*» l*nrrd 

T" $25,000 



H. G. DALBY &C0. LTD 

PttM# tttti «« vmw rr 

milkU ■ O MarWy. O Ml* 



Alao tncludlof In part: 4 Cheater* 
field Sultee, number of food Con* 
Bole fUdloi, Oak Jaeebeaa • Slylt 
Farnitar*. Combination Oak Hall 
Beal and Table, fine Slodle Leanfe. 
Convertoa. aelecUon of Carpeta, Ma* 
hofany and Walnut Coffee Tablea, 
8 Walaal Dlnlnf-Rwem Bailen. ala* 
piece Wainal ftedreon Rolte. other 
Pumiiurei abort' 
Hnt' 
number of 
Oaa AQd Oil' 



COWICHAN 

aiatptlofinl barynin !■ maM 

R ra*. t1 nari* rUaiid u>d 
la-MAnaa HiMaH* »iuMb 
lUikd NMitry and hotiaa an 
lmiidib«i Vary yoad «aur aui 



•TtBNKnNT It T ArRM. 



.11 MtLta 

*> Iron Virtorta, «• Waal Loa*i, ualM- 
p roia d Nos M. ColosiaL 

Acnae. ovBB~y'Acnta l-ucAHaO. 

isnllinl ant eobatdarshw unbar . 

afar-itiiny iprtnt proaidiuc ansla «atar M alakaata iba prtca 

y in# yi«( round Na toe* aituiide la ONtT 

aaar lourb and ant iia«. bordiriaa aa i 

HouBt UoM<ia* Park Pb?»a ■ Mli | . 



moaUy feeder cattle from Weeiers 
CanadA. 

Advene factors were heavy do* 
Uveriea wlLli a ahortase of *tocE 
oon to move outfolnt thipmenM 
from iome ternUnal mar beta. Wla> 
nipeR yards were confeated, and aB 
einbartu on inoominf atock waa inl> 
pcaed from Tueeday unUl mld>'<aRt 
Saturday In order to clear. 

Tl>er\ were only minor fluclUB* 
Uena in prwea paid for Cwlvet. ho^ 
and Iambi. 



$4500 



fiaiey’5 BeUeve / t arNotl 



June SI to July 2S 
Be with thoae you are fondtet of 
and have a ptcaaurable time. Limit 
spendlDf. chanre-taklnf. 

July SS to Auf. Sa— (Leo <- Home 
affairs, folka thereto, come in for 
added atlenUnn Maintain harmony 
there 

Auf. 2S to Sept 22— (Vlr|0>— 



Wur.ii) *a«r maana bir* >■ a 
trrr dairy •Ad mU«d firm hat 
..<• 5<i •iiatad AliriHiti 

wlih i-aMaiad T-aia<-4 bai'. 
ronm n«inn( aiiar auaaiy i>t 
aiaatrir puna 0>i<a«lieiA<*. 

rliiaii>| Ppm. Piilk ImM «i'b 

'onlar. ao.illrf hPPMa and ■•'••• 
T*c*iabU and 

"'ifiajd * > a*>d*iv m 

m.,.r fn* lll’U ■• Ih'a Btt'ar. 

Ufa AotdI'il arlT 



food Bedroom 
mentioned apartinent-ilie 
inabvupc Kleetrle Kanfi 
Coal and Wood. 

BumlnR RauBeB. China. PlatedwAre. 
Jewelry, Cliala Kaw. Hapranl Plane 
Aererdlen, B-Flal Cenn Trumpet, 
etc. Full particulan later 



AC RFACiE WANTED 



UMAU. 

nadi 



fAR.MN FOR BALE 



Ttir 

OlM5ruOUiO 

A P«0F0F 
VMTER MAS 
FOUND DClOiCD 

•"kS'KI" 
60000000 1 
VEAASOU) i| 



$6500 

CHARM LOCATION AND 
CONVENIENCE 



haat. baMndnI. ciir tlui and aaiar. bare. 
liiAbdaea. tetdi arfhard. ainu ua4- 
»'»Md__k#i Mfl . Cw bAlit, 

rvTN SAia OB BZNT. AT CDWICHAt* 
I ataUPP, aautt farm and raaUlrnW 
l.l•l■• rowe «ttU ntaplara, tabIMI kit- 
eh*n PlCBkrvka ballitpwia. 4 
p^iiininl Hai-air h#aune l«re* and 
mall fraua Apply Kipdiraori, paaki A 
Cp Md . S«i 734 Ounran 8C 



lt:M bAlS 

tncludlns Uaaful Furniture, Saab. 
Doors. Vegetablea, null. Shruba, 
Bulba, etc 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltcd 

leei oovcRNMBKT STHErr 

G8124 



Larfeat town In PaElatan If LA* 
liore. with a population of ov«r 
1.000 JMO. 



Ar-na PARH OH W»T NAARtCB 



MURPHY*S FISH 
AND CHIPS 

3643 Dewflei N«er HilUide 

Naw Serviikq Middev M«ei« 
11:30 A.M. •• 2:00 f M 



‘ Nirad SMlKlli.r* 
r II Ms ra«b or 14 
■ lint SE 



Oct. 3S lo Nov. SI iBcurploi— Do 
your part to outke this a pleasant 
day. Accent tact in the afternoon. 

Nov. as to JOec. 2i- iSacUtaiiut) 
- Prepare a schedule of acllTlUea. 



MAVN.tRn A SONS 



term 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 



Phene <i &021 



ISI-SS Jebnenn 8L 



$5200 



3 } ACRES OOOO UARDEK LAKP. 

• naallr rIvaiM flii-rMibid beuia 
oihii 0uitd<>tn 14 sot. Aftc 141 C»l*K)l*(. 



H A ROBERTS 
^Duncon) Limitetd 

m EtHBiTB rmarr 

DtmrAB R r 



Oonl ensate In Urins csertMof. 



P R BROWN & SONS 
i-IMITED 

RBAt E»rATt AHO iHmmAHca AotHTO 
wmsar Bill caikii R^ird e< Vieiorta 
111 ! aitoAD rrBBiT onn 

METCHOSIN 

SMALL COUNTRY HOME 

A diiifntftu IHlia MUhtry bom aatiUi>»Pi 
I )<*ir>g.r«oM *iih vein ntipian Maoirs 
,■)••'t•ll•, 1 •adfeoM, phbuar M|lupem and 
imaii pttlMr resn IHrirw Ufnt Ai.d riky 
aaiar Jutt ceotpiiiPd as4 eaw iiraoi. 
Rrpparty tbi.iiiu w abnut 3 srita iiral- 
I tint (laarad land «Hb «ap4irtai puiatbU- 
idi r>ad iMM el davywpntst. iinr|»r.ua iir«i #/ 
ly 'lied ••I. ibippiitf and iMuiiMina V4 p aunutM 
I * 7 CA ealk M ■ Mtvdy basak. A (ribd ip*)i Mr 

S5500 



Dec 23 to Jan. ll->'Oaprloom>— 
Ceiivent friendshlpa. Accept invl- 
UOona; be In the company of thoae 
you arc fond of. 

Jan. 20 to Feb. IS •< Aquarius: — 
Avoid ftubbomneaa. Better your 
standi nc with pareiita, fuperlors. 

Feb. 10 to March 2d— 'Plfcesi — 
Follow throuch on a plan of activ- 
lUea mapped out in the momtnt 
Put your mind at ease. 

Planning Ahead -Oood for aocta- 
blUty, entertahUng, etc t Afternoon 
of October 2S, FT, 39, November 1. 



Lahfiut . Piw* (*it 

ALWMiySMEARTMEiR HAIR 
INt09SRAID5- 

ONE FOR e^H VOLUME 
OF BUOWASmLEOfO 
WORDS OF WISDOM* 



DSBP FRIED OYSTERS 
CHOWDER — TAMALES 
OYSTER COCKTAILS 
SHORT ORDERS 



AL'CTIONKF.M and AFFRAIHKItfi 
Since IMS 



BUILDING SITES 
IN LOVELY UPLANDS 



Ifutnicled by Mrs C. B. KlUott, we 
will sell on 



LIRCOLH ROAD 
r>aarad. ee ^ 
••a and "•'• ‘ ■I 



for thot '^BRITISH 
LOOK^^offitoosi,. 

Taka • Up from si^lva men aM 
Woman Im lha BrUtaR lalea will, 
(.r,:. <lr«( akina atxl ellilcdr 
Aiuri« . . . who tsk* admie. all* 
vafCiaNe Hilt HeaHd 4n kta|* 
raioUr. Over T mllih-rt bo tad 
ww*: Udi )a«f. Al eli druffMd 



(Meming) 



TALtEST 5CHO0LH0O5E | 

Tut CATHfDRAL OF tlARNINO IN I 
PITT5BURGM 15 41 Sn»l£5 AND i 
»S FEET TALL 



FAMtyi5CAU©*VUVr* f BM 

EXPLANATION OP YBSTSRDAVB CARTOON 
The Chandl Meudocl Temple In Central Java was built by the 
powerful Javancae ruler Prince Deva Oaasuinl, in an attempt lo ap- 
pease hu outraged gods, who threatened dire ptmlehmenl to hla beloved 
daughter. The Prmre prayed for mercy The prlesta relented and 
prnmUed Out the gods would be clement If Uie Prince succeeded in 
erecting a duplicate of a famnus temple nearby within the space of IS 
days. AlUtough the fuUUment eeemed hnpeleM, the entire population 
of Java ruahed to their ruler's aid. They wm-ksd with seal and frensy 
to complete the temple with lU mllee of earring end lhmi»«tMli of 
statues. Thla story If engraved upon the very walls of the Mendoet 
Temple. 

Please Address All Queries to Cartoonist Ripley, e 0 King Peaturea 
New York City, N Y 



MONDAY. OCTOBER 34. 1949 
Today E quotation: Tlumor of the 
heart-warming sort demands a 
meuure ef serenity and a pretty 
confident stance in Ufe-attributes 
that are not too widely encountered 
nowadays "—J, Donald Adams. 

Monday for Everyone— Daytime' 

Maks progress relative to Income or 
pcoseaslons; aoWe problems concern- 
ing saseta Evening; limit expendi- 
tures: don't mix monetary matters decisive action on mailers that have 
and friendships. been held for furklter coikalderailon. 



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r . - how mony mere 
Wwcki to for 
, snSar froM wiiSk 

|i.-hio| fool snntEof day. 
Ibatha foat In nerii wsl^, 
igry. then rub Ia Zom-BuK 
|toa>-Hwk'er«daeri 
tnoJ oUa poneceoU iirtO 
ytiaonos to quleklv roliova 
burntM. s<«ioa wimnaea 

KoM-Bub ieeeelhig.»»tb* 
lag. heeling Helga ro4>M9 
■aoM«n anklss, brlnga 
cwiafort to gbeied. alnebei 
' inos nr aoro be^i 
Always «M Zeai-Huk m 
'Em al4"fnrbUMot«.ci>tiL 



SHAWNIGAN LAKE 

• -roo« ituica buH|slo«. UaStni cso 
••nltni •• part baiaaani. kaasUfitl vsMr 

$5ooc 



Note— Sale wUl be held et the 
properly. 



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]*rices Strouf^ 

OTTAWA. OcL 33 CFi.- Demand 
for most eiasaee of oatUe was good 
during the week, with prices itrong 
U) S& and 90 centa a hundredweigni 
higher, and In some hwlauces up 
II, the Agrirullure Departmem re- 
ported m lu weekly Uvaatock re- 
view. 

Under the Influence of rising 
United Butes markets, export de- 
mand was strong, with the l>cavleft' 
exports of any week UUs year. More 
than 13.000 head crossed th*. border. 



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TS scr*i. tssrMimskaty M ataarie • reom 
iaalllnt, esiry ksra lar Jl iitas. || kraS 

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COUNTRY SPECIALS 



WATBIirRO>ri VIEW FROramV-AlWri 
ilaae Vr>inrwa«»M manni ani niiiiniais 
iiaas WaiPh ihr ihiba to S|. IS •<'•• 
hall •‘Irarae Small iuUm* CHt watai 



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gather; tllek to faru Effect eonelUatlmii . be friendly! 

April so to May 30- (Taurus i- Seek informaUon. Counteract streM.' 
Be alert lo flnaortal obligatfnrw oth- taut feelings. I 

ers involve you in: avrUd specula- Dec. 21 to Jan. 19— lOaprtoomi— 
tion, risks. Attend to routine Follow thMugh quietly on the Ideas' 
May 11 to June S0-<O«mlnl>~ you receive today. Be utiaeaummg 
Accept a supporting role If necea- Jan. 30 lo Fwb 1i- (Aqi>8rlus»— j 
sar> . be impersonal. Oatn some rest- Reserve th« pursuit of pleasures tori 
ful relaxation. another day; save money, energy 

June 31 lo July S^tCancen— Plan, decide. | 

Bhske off a feeUhf of lethargy or Feb 19 tn March 20— iPlecea)— 
worry Use care «n rtnite. Unleash Take a neutral role; edd t^ tavtngi 
energy to complets laaks. or rnxee what you have Insieed of 

July S3 to Aug S3— (Lao*— Cover buying 
subetanllsl territory by finishing Planning Ahead -Oeod for -^•rta- 
tasks, being dnigeni. aiding others bUlty. entertaining, etc.: Aflemoun 
with dilemmas { of October 39. 37. 39: November 1. 4. 

Aug. S3 to Sept. 23— (Virgo)— Olve' 6; aftmiooo of i, evening of 10; 
preference 4o domesUc or office af- aftymoon of IS; daytime of 14. 19; 
fain Stay within easy reach of from midaftemoon of U. 17; mom- 
olheni during the day i ing and evening of 19 

RepL S3 to Oct 23- (Libra)— Take «.-anMii4aia4 x»*4 R»awr*4i 



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III* •iKiUnlBf UrfM, Mii l■rm 

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M Ma* (r«ai va« 

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GORDON HEAD 



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arraa hi«Kti impravae SisAU milla Cieaa 
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MCiDaWH WATXRntORT COORTHV 
noMk - 1 -rootn aami-Stinfalav M a«r*a, 
■ riaarad 1 MS (••! «t|4r|reM Wander- 
nu aiaai ot taa and C 1 *5 Af\f\ 

WinttnlaT. eRKt JIA.OUU 

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0 **r 3 artH. •«•• rltarad baUnci par*. 
Ilka • T<H-« nimr b«ncala« C4VIA. «tr- 
at* *iaa:i>ead fial.iet tTROfl 

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PIVt ACfiee vr Oan Juan Avanua. hi|h 
Ucaitoiv aKh flaw star waiar and aiMin* 
l•1ha AlapMklna •Rim a«|ar pidlni bun- 
•alMr containmi 11vinc-rs*w (•fi« wiiR 
•pat) DrraUra aanirsl nail ivS baeroaM 
llill. P»mProta baiR. asnbinad a«hln*l 
kltabart-eiMncreaai tSitf Fill •em*"! 
bkaamant II A tbfnaoa apparM* lara^ 
TRta taaaly ereoaMr *»••( M *m* M ba 
•pwraclatad 

Aak tar WaMaa Clark 



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IMPORTANT 



eeeciAUtiNo tw r*wotce farms 
AWD corwTRT RiVMea 

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RaplaaiMr A D 114# Diidar U)a FtrtUC 
irtqUTRIIB ACT", (ha Ran. Oardn4S M' 
Ocf^r aiMn. cnixF jvwncc of rrit- 
isn c'OLtlMeiA. «■• appaiatae • aala 
Canmlaiianer la ihaoira IMa tha ■a(t*r* 
harbifibfiar r*iU«hlii| aanaariUNc raa- 
plaipi* in raUUSA t" iRa veiirv •( tha 
Admltiliirattai) af IM 'WORKMVN'R 
rOMf*HeATlC8 ACT" ■alnt Chap»*r TM 
R*Vie*D iTATiTWI CiF RmTTBH 
roLUMBiA 4 0 t**s, M t%« wnn*. 

MfR a rOMreWtATtOV anARh »PP«iir.l- 
•d under itM aaid Art 
TTta maliara to ba Inquired UUu b* l)*a 
CmMmlMlonar ur»dar tha aald OrSar-in. 
Cwntcil ralarrad M abSv*. an laitewt' 
(l< T>i* ralarani tart ralallr.i lA an; 



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and •<t* 

FRIC* 



Instructed by clients leering for 
England, and two comignmenu 
from storage, ws will selL Ih our 
■aleirooms. 



$4500 



FRUIT FARM 

4 11 AVR*H ‘ lai.ir Impiavsdr Tt (r^iH 
traaa. i **r* raimbarriat. W a/r* atrav- 
Mrv>«* 4-rPAm lunsslAV. I mam rabin, 
al«a«a raniad Watar SAd llfb' Hifhiy 
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HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE 

Tan arm rMb sardati )»ani «nd«t <«)- 
llvaUAR aa bulb irvd •aarh*' «ar4a« *i- 
rriian* tsaaiMn. Ovaanhnuaa sen aa h 
«ii)i aulemaua mal *Mkrr unod barp 
ItaSa 4- ream buptale* v pr bAthftwifk. 
-tir «awr alactru light. *u enCAA 

FRice Rconcwj to jiVOUU 



Like the artist 
we use skili in blending 



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We are often esked wbet speciel quaiiiv makes 
**BiecJi it Whltn** soeh esenllent Scotch. With 
ronfideore we answer thel ike secret is ia the 
blending. Wr draw the hnesi whiskies Ceoca 
the famous Srotlish disttlWies and bleod thea 
together in our own special way. The raenit 
is **Ble4ik A White**— e perfect blend of Heoteb 
Whi«ky. Alu>ay$ esk for **Black A WhiteP 



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Parblan Rogu. Oil Painting*, Water 
t'elerx. rhtna. Silver. UIrm. Brem- 
waiw and ( npperwarp, Flalwnr*. ale. 

Watcl for partloulart and 
view dataa 



111 ACRie. •ppm N cMered eubatpii- 
ilal 7-r*A« ra«l4*nc«. hillp woeatn 
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'ba*A npirv »n« o4lwr (arm b«<)4lut* 
Throa tiraam* Winaiad la atrallaot (arm- 
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BUILDING LOTS 



Unaware of the' tragedy ihsl 
will befall them when they return 
hnme, Bir Ralph llteliardsnn and 
Michele Morgan, butler and typ- 
Ut. raapecUvely. •« b foreign em- 
bamy In London, and young 
Bobby Henrey. the amb*As*dor*i 



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"Gordon head- 'L*'” 

MODERN SEMI-BUNGALOW cVi. 

4 Acres, HlQhly Cultivoted oS< 
Poultry Houses, Fruit, Berries 

A SUr Baf*a t* b eMaa ittWrbaA WratMn — 
I — »aif aat-41i|aa uir<M«aa«( OUaaad-i* 
•otraAAa e«fth. tlTina-r*** «1Ut Araetai-a. 
taa njaa badraawa. madafn hitaban. dinin# 
a<a4. baihroam Canraa'ad atatTva; *• 
aiMaa fi>t t«n ba-!'*M>nta 'la If <iaair*d Fhll 
a*»a*t ba iw aet «ne rurpapa, i*«*dr*. 
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4Ma* far a*f. tr*«Mr **4 ttar^ 8a« ^ 
eavliry hanaa Ir s W ••« wedW tr a ib- 
ir Otar an* MVa *-rrn. aSe parraitt Ori. 
bu*H«a «1ra*ha-rlaa saaWtMl fr*l4 Iraaa hmm 
lU Mtlaa buk. Ha« waauw •»d sgwtem'nt ai 
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tala at tha aal4 UaSa WaKNit, •(>« <IMd 
a* (Ba 4th dat •( J»M. !•••, (aataia tP* 
rt^nlaae. en bv bbSbrs lha W«n db? •( 
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Sa'iwr la ih# bn4>raltr>a<4 Falirttata tar 
Waa‘mlpa4rr Boat Umllfd Lha *iaa>i)ar 
•t lha Batata at lh« asM daaaatad. •*!(• U 
Vtl Tam etrpat Vir»*na Brittan Otwai- 
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Hardware in Home 
Important Snhject 



32 ^t|r Bail^ (Colpnist 

SaatUy, October 23, 1949 



InttoUotwii and R*0*in 

• OltflPMfM Ui«Ulk| 

« StsMt »M(«> Wolt 
. met Bo’nuA'm 



FURNACES Kington ShMt Mttal | 



Uon should never be McrUlced to 
design. 

MATKRtALa AND FINISHES 
llie trim tor eil>ineUl hardware 
consuls of the base metal and Its 
jflnUh (or outside surface). In qual- 
fU; hardware the base ntetal U of 
brass, bronse or some other non- 
'ferrous material. Whrre hardware 
'is of a material not requiring pUt> 
'Ing. it is said to be solid. Solid non* 
ferrous hardware Is naturally most 
I durable. 

Attempts to economize on hardware will always result iron or steel u Used as a base 
tn dissatisfaction out of all proportion to the small amount metai only in u^e cheaper gradn of 
Of money saved. Cheap hardware, quick to break down hardware. While lu surface ran be 

*' * ^ tn oiutt thak arvn««raTW** rtf 



Multi-Flex Homes 



Meet All Requirements of 
City snd Municipal 
Restrictions 

Can Be Built Under N.H.A. 
Down Psyment 



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Office: No. 320. 745 Yates Street 
Home Phone: Belmont 126W 



Office Phone: G 3713 



derived from styles of the past. The 
best modem deslg;n8 are character- 
ized by simplicity arul carVful regard 



PHOTO AND PLANS BY "HOME BUILDING IN CANADA 



HOUSE NO. 130 

This litfle hume has much to 
recommend it. Clean, simple 
lines greet the eye from any angle 
you see it. And the interior is 
equally attractive, tool To the 
I left on entering is the good-size^} 
I living-room, with its open (ire^ 
j place and chimney forming part 
of the wall separating it from the 
dining-room. See Uie splendid 
windows in these two rooms. 

Both equal-sized bedroonis .ire 
well separated by the bathroom. 
Closet accommodation is good. 
Although there is no window 
over the sink in the kitchen, ar- 
rangement of equipment is effi- 
cient and the room is bright. A 
convenient breakfast area is pro- 
vided. House contains approxi- 
mately 24,450 cubic feel, and has 
a 38' frontage. Stock plans are 
available for $10 per set. 



PACIFIC WATER WELLS 



ufacturers to protect the finish. 
This will In time likely develop * 
spotty. Umlshad sppesrsnee as It 
wean ofT. It is. therefore, a good 
Idea to either relacquer periodically 
or have the lacquer completely re- 
moved. Although unlacquered hard- 
ware may tarnish In Ume if not 
kept polished. It wtU not develop 
the spotty appearance of worn 
lacquer. 

riNISBTS AfTECTBD 
Rlngee (or bulta' are a very im- 
portant item affecting the ease of 
Always use 



DRILLING CONTRACTORS 



WATER WELLS BLAST HOLES - TEST HOLES 
MODERN. PORTABLE DRILL RIGS 



Pure Permanent Water Supplies 

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|operaUan of the door. 

‘three hinges on an entrance door 
|to prevent sagging and warping. 
The most MUsfactory hinges for ex- 
terior doors are brass or bronce to 
prevent Uie possibility of rust snd 
corrosion. For ease of operation on 
heavy entrance doom, ball-bearing 
hinges are desirable and well worth 
their extra coeL 

The hardware you select for your 
front door has a marked effect on 
Us appearance. Colonial or English 
I design homes look well with thumb 
I latch handle, although door knobe 
I are frequently used on the latter 
jDoor knobe are appropriate for 
Georgian type homes ... on modem 
design, door knobe or lever handles. 
Make sure to chooee a door knob 
lor lever handle of the proper site 
jand design to match the slie and 
design of the door. 

INVEST IN 8E.(rBfTT 

Select a well made, sturdy cylinder 
lock. It lasts the lifetime of the 
house If properly manufactured. If 
your home le to be of moderate coei, 
'youH do well to consider cylinder 
locks for not only the front en- 
trance. but also for the rear ei>- 
trance, garage, basement door and. 
possibly, one or two Interior closet 
doors, set to, or passed by one key. 
This Lb a well worthwhile conveni- 
ence. 

Don't Install bit-key locks on rear 
or side doors . . . they provide the 
means for moat lUegal entries. Many 
bit-keys can be easily picked or 
opened with a lO-cent skeleton key. 
They are not safe for outside doon 
without a eeparate dead bolt lock. 

Other types of locks that might 
be mentioned are the thumb latch 
handle lock, operated by the thumb 
latch on the exterior and by a knob 
from the inside. 



PAINT UP 

FOR THE 
COLD WEATHER 



And what mil^s Mary's kitchen so special? Its Rainbow 
Plastic Wall Tilcl The color, the beauty. Ihe easy mainten- 
ance of Rainbow Plaslic Watt Tile makes It ideal for 
kitchen, balh. playroom, laundry. See the wide range of 
colors available at the V.I. Hardwood Floor Co. this sweek. 

MONTHLY PAYMENTS EASILY ARRANGED 



With the Finest QuMity 
Exterior and Interior 
Paints. 



Paint protects exterior sur- 
(eces igainst water, snow, 
ice. vrind. and guards interior 
turiaccs against duet end 
liard Winter usage. 



LTTTLB RIVER. NR. CP).— Two 
district farmers didn't believe In 
letting a sleeping fox lie. When 
they found Reynard sleeping In the 
shade of eome Juniper bushes they 
had him roped and Ucd before he 
could c.v;ape. 



HALIFAX CP).— It was a aerlous 
matter — to the police. In a light- 
ning raid they uncovered a hidden 
cache of eontraband In a smalt 
downtown grocery atore. The for- 
bidden goods— firecrackers, whose 
sale la prohibitec in Halifax. 



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I “IT DOE8NT TALLY” 

I A Word That Has Seen Bervlre 
I From tune to time, the widest 
I variety of matters are aald no^ to 
tally. Optolona of two travelers In 
jibe same country, figures In com- 
mercial records, may fair to tally. 

I And It is from the latter category, 

\ a primitive stage of bookkeeping, 
that we have the expreasloil. 

The allusion is to the wooden 
tallies or sticks which sewed medie- 
val tradesmen for keeping aocounls. 
What U perhaps most interesting 
about them Is that they were used 
by the Hrttlsh Government right 
into the turn of the nineteenth 
century, as records of government 
tndebtedncM. The wooden stick was 
something in the nature of a govern- 
ment bond I 

The tallies in use In the Exchequer 
of England were ttmIs of hazel or 
willow, marked on Uie edge with 
notches indicating the amount for 
which the stick was an acknow- 
ledgement. On both sldM the sum 
appeared in Roman characters, also 
the name of the credltoi^ and the 
date. It was ctutomary for the 
deputy chamberlain to split each 
tally through the middle, one half 
I bring given creditor as a recelpL 
the other half filed In Exrhequerl 
When the bolder of such a certifi- 
cate of Indeblednese appeared to 
coileci payment, bis half was com- 1 
pared with the part on file. 

To the modem viewpotnt. this was 
a bulky method of keeping accounts, 
yet cjincelled tallies and counter- 
tallies neaUy Ued together, were 
accumulated tn the British Ex- 



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On Kitchen Cibineta, Store and Restaurant Fixtures, 
Door and Window Prsmee, Millwork 



VARIETY WOOD PRODUCTS 



other locks are 
operated by the door knobs from 
both aides. The outalde handles or 
ksobs are made Inoperative by push 
buttons in the face of the lock, mak- 
ing the use of the key necessary. 

INTFIUOR HARDWARK 
Here, again, first consider tbe 
hinges or butU. These may be steel 
the latter rerom- 



850 MONTREAL ST. 



PHONE 01833 



0)Ripirlr inrornalioD ATsiltblr on the ^FW 



or cast iron 
mended by enme manufacturers be- 
cause of their proven wearing quali- 
ties. Hinges should hsvs a prime 
coat, cut cq>en leaves and button 
tips . . . and can be painted to match 
the suiTDtindlnt doors and trim. 

If the doors or trim are a natural 
or stained flnUh, as so frequenUy 
|oocuri in modem homes, steej or 
cast iron butts, plated to match the 
flnith of the hardware, are obtain- 
able Plated flntshea oa butte are 
,not objectionable as they’ are not 
bandied and. therefore, the ffnlah 
la not subjected to hard surface 
wear. 

Three bulls per interior door are 
desirable but not always obtainable 
under limited hardware allowances. 
Never devlata from the rule that 
flush doors must always be equipped 
with three butts to prevent warping. 



ilalioiiai Housing rirt 

Also ossisIofKo In: 

1. Locating a lot; 3. Arronging o build 

2. Draughting of *”9 controct; 

plont; 4. Finoncing; 

5. tniuronco. « 

Moy Wo Bo of Sorvico to Yout 

BiMirman Investment (lo. Ltd. 

620 VIEW STREET PHONE E 2132 - E 9942 



It is not imposalbie. rabbit breeders 
claim, for one pair of rabbits tn 
produce 36iJ44 offsprings tn a single 
year. 



OVER WALLPAPER OVER KALSOMINE 
OVER WALLBOARD OVER PLASTER 



Just one easy coat . . . one galltin , • . and you can 
redecorate an entire room. Paint today . . . move in 
tomorrow. 



Join the thoutondi of homo ownors now onjoylno nso^ 
ore bothroomt, thowors, kltcl\gni — ' iHonki to now, 
Iwxvriow* ALUMWALL— Individvol oluminvm woU TUoe. 

Yovr choico of 1 3 goy hormoniting or conFrotHnf 
CoHfornio cofort, baked In for Sfe. A cIfKh fo Instol 
yowrsoH. or vro'tt glodtv do A lov to koep cIo«mi. 
Fvtty gvoronteed. 

Ask for oar free eetimare, no obligation of c our ee. 
Convenient Budge* Terme arranged 



Baptone is an oil-base paint . . . NOT a water muL. 
There is nothing else like Baptone. 



OLD AND NEW HOMES 



We Are Spedefiatj in the Appttcatioo of 

all types of INSULATION AND BARRETT ROOFS 

Yoar Cnaranlee of Workmanship and Mairriala ... It Gives 10% to 40% 
Fuel Saving . . 10% to 15% Cooler to Summer 



VICTORIA ROOFING & INSULATION CO 

848 

Fort Street 



EVENINGS 

PHONE 
GARDEN aiS 





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n H :n IC 



^ ^>HrFT MflAI VVOPKS Ml) 






tthf fiailu (SoUmift s««4*y. Oct*fc*r 23. im» 33 



Waler-Oiviner 
Hitn Jaekpot 

P OTCHEPBTROOM. South 
Airtco. Ott. 13 CP> — 
Potchcfitrooin •»« a 1 m o « t 
wUtwHit water suppUffi from 
!ta undercround pipe cyttem 
recently, ft happened thU 
ihiy; 

A film on the uuutkiru of 
the town decided to drlil for a 
well A watar-dlvliier wae ec- 
cafed After walking about 
with ha rod for a while, lie 
pointed out a kpot. aaylng that 
strong water would be found 
there at no great depth 
A driller came along and 
•ank a hole— right into the 
main waterplpe from the 
reeervolr to the town. 

Flepalra were hajTtUy effected 
by Aie tuwn'e rnglneertng de* 
partment. 



WATERPROOF 

CLOTHING 



Skinniah With '"Beat 
MayHant 

w 

LOUUUN. Oct. 22 Kr> -A 



Letter (Msts New Light on Tuvei 
Where Dickens W rote One of Clas 

LXDNDON, Oct. 23 tfy. An ooto- ’*lt had not a etratght Unc. but It The Vancfjuver wuiuai: 
geuarlAii Vancouver woman'* cluid- 1 iiad «7Utla*ted and clearly would that when ahe wa* five t 
hood memurtce have cast new light yet ouUaat many a apruoer public took her to ‘ilie Grap 
on the ~8lx JoUy FeHow*hlp-Port-!liou*e.- Olcken* used to alt in the 

era," the London waterfront tavern! tne^e the aawdust bar. where upstair* 

Charlee Dickens wrote about in ' Rogue Rlderhood used to *cowl at, nui Mr* Fern* wrote 
" » V [the inspector and Bob OUddery, the puwk house a 

Mre. Emily Ferru of Vancouver |po(.boy, made eye* at LUsle Hex-'g^f^, jgow. U 

vnt a letter to the proprietor of the am. there were *'curpulent little I worked Her r 

Grapes Tsvem, which he* a* good s |.aak*. leowme In nets and blaculu ^-a Marv Feimwon and 
claim as any to have been the pub baaket* - l7 ^ rerguson. «o 

*Kh.'r i» r>vnfcr».» foT lU*rar)' purposes, firs 

Abb»y Pouenon nm In Dlnkcn. .j„, ^ ^ 

her letter It arrived at the height unbind the bar of The 
DROF 81 CAL AFFEARANCl of the Oermaii bllU and lav for- 



But accident ur iw> 



new on the aubjact. 

kkinnlali in tlie aimoet wordless war ^socldeui, Lord Bcaverbrook seemed 
between Lord Beaverbrook and the; to be burned up. 

Canservatlve Party raises Interest- 
ing speculation about ilielr relatlon- 
■hlp at the iwxt general election 
It seemA tliat when whips were 
liaiuled around for the devaluation 
debate In the House uf Lords. Lord 
Beaverbrook did not receive one. 

It was the first lime such a thing 
liad happened to tits Beaver, and 
two questions arose 
Old a clerk blunder somewhere, 
or 1* the Conservative Party rsally 
angry at Lord Beaverbrook? 

The CuoservaUve answer. Issued 
as an official statement from party 
headquarters, was that the omission 
was purely an accident The Tory 
peen>. the statement Indicated, 
thought that the TO-ysar-old news- 
paper publisher was holidaying in 
Canada. 

That was Uie only official word 



FOR EVERY OUTDOOR OCCASION 



One of bis newe- 
paprr*, The Sunday Express, said 
earlier that Lord Beaverbrook had 
been “excommunicated** as a result 
of a deliberate act by the Marquess 
of Saltshury. rofi&ervetlve leader in 
the lords, and Lord Forlescue, chief 
Torv whip. 

Tile independent Maoehealer 
Guardian, noted tor its careful re- 
porting. said the umlislun may have 
been a mistake, "but Lord Beaver- 
Ivook is a bad person to make a 



)*of work ur for ptesfure wearing, you'tt find a large 
stock of quality waterproof clothing here 



BONE-DRY 

JACKETS AND PANTS 



SUITS. CAPES, 
LEGGINGS 



RUBBER 

SUITS. COATS. BOOTS 



Established 1886 



Overseas 



570 JOHNSON STREET 



PHONE C4632 



PATCH IT tF 

CHA'IHAM. Kent. England CF.- 
Rav. D. S. Jarvis has Introduced a 
“quarrel ivpair service" In his 
church for msrried parlshlonera 



KebrtdeA and Ister did bird research 



INTKrtNATIONAL FIKHERH 
RDINBI Rtill Cp.^eMgales *f 
II DsUstti net here recently Is 
disnns sew rcaeareli. mainly eaa- 
nsetad with the flsberW sf tbs 
VsrUi Sea end adjacent waters. 



CABBlEb FLAT ROl’OB 
JOHANNE8B17RO ~ Taxl 
driven In this South African cdty 
take strung steps to keep private 
motorcars from their stands. Police 
report that some cabbies slash tires 
of private cars or slse. on a slight 
slope, force the dorr, release the 
brake and let the car roll until it 
coUidea with other*. i 



Londoners Still Wear 
If if in Their W indoia 



FAWCETT 



in this 
WEATHER 
with a furnace 
that 

CANT 

SMOKE! 



Modern. Efficient 



LONDOry Oct. 33 «Cf).—A Cana- 
dian vlsllor once remarked that 
fxindonsrs wear their irlt in tbelz 
windows. 

He wa* imprebsed, as many have 
been Impreaeed. by tbs number of 
quaint signs employed by store- 
keepers to attract trade. 

It all started during the war 
when the “bUslneu as usual " slogan 
was adopted by hundreds of small 
traders whose premises had been 
battered and broken by bombs. Typi- 
cal of these wsls the sign hung out 
by a greengrocer after hie front 
windows had been blown In: “More 
Open Than Usual.** 

CUbTOM PCRBIbTS 

The custocn has persisted. In 
Shepherd Market. Bast London. 



don's humor Is the product of a 
city always In the throes of change. 

An old landmark may be de- 
stroyed but youH see the same 
hawker at his same old pitch beside 
the ruin. And as often as not he'll 
be displaying some such mmsrk as 
•Don’t for- 



HEATERS 



PHONE E 5311 

Geo. H. Birnie 

2624 QUADRA 



OLD HEADK AT WHIUT 
TOTTENHAM. MIddlfwet. En|. 
land IF.— At s Tottenham whist 
drive the ages of four players at 
•we table totaled 322 year*. 



The wsnntli *you nec>l. stcUy. 
dependable and econumicsl 
for these U inter days, from 
these healers, sttraclively fin- 
nhed in enamel. 

Wood and Coal Models Krom 



*T'm etlU standing' 
get the uld firm.** 



INDIA CONTROLS KL'OAR 
NEW DELHI ca.- The Indian 
Oovemment has announced a sls- 
potnt program to control the price 
of sugar. It Includes the fixing of 
statutory maximum prlcca and tak- 
ing over all stocks from factorlca. 



In other words, have a FACIFIC 1‘L’RNACE in 
stalled in your home. Jt wt)l last a LIFETIME, and 
it can't smoke because it's all uhe solid piece. The 
PACIFIC FURNACE is especially adaptable to oil 
conversion. Come in and talk it over now. 



$5.S0 Per Cord 

In lyi and 2^ord Lott Only 



P08T PAID I10UDAYM 
ATC’RLAND. NJL, iP.— Far sev- 
arsl HMnth. M«h year large num- 
ber* *r New Zealander* volun- 
tarily pay extra en every letter 
they post In the farm of hesitli 
•tamp* ia give poor rhildrvn holi- 
days. This Is the list year health 
■lamp, have been *n sale. 



1910 STORE STREET 



VICTORIA 



NANAIMO 



Quadra between Yates and View 



India Seeking 
Eancer Experls 

BOMBAY. Oct. 33 «R«uterS>.— 
India’s most modem cancer boepUsl 
Is planning an advance research 
program and Is In urgent need of 
researrh workers. 

Dr. V. H. Khanolkar. laboratory 
director (or the Tata Memorial 
Cancer HoapUak has suggested that 
the Indian Government select medi- 
cal graduates for advance training 
In leading cancer Institutions in the 
United Blatss, United Kingdom and 
Bvreden. 

Of every 100,000 persons over 66. 
mors Ujan 150 die annually In India 
of cancer. Dr. Khanolkar said 



DOUGLAS FIR WATERPROOF-GLUE PLYWOOD 



) l^sn’i tbs tfoubls ~ wsisr li 
seepfeg^nragb.TbST seed Beodex 
s» seal tbc well sgaisN suMavara 



V *TUs mosey odor b drWag 
ass ensyr cowplalss Mr*. Borbe. 
|*Ws simply aosc do somsiblag.* 



IK 

B Now Beadn has lisen beoabed 
#• tad Ibe besement b boae-dry. 
TW bright vsUs arc dscorsdve, mo. 



4 TbaCosftFhwpoaodiol 

Boodex make* sboot 
a galloa. telb for, >. •••••• ' 



Cd4bom Bay Hardwara — 3830 Codboro Boy Rd., Victorio 
C«f»«da Point 6 Controclinf Co. — 851 Cormorant St., Victorio 
Coder Hill Storo— UOO Hillside Ave.. Victoria 
DrysdoU Sosh and Door — 1720 Cook St., Victorto ^ 

T. i«t»n Co. Ltd. — Douglos St., Victorio • 

T. W, Grovlln — 1937 Ook Boy Ave., Victoria 
Itlond Building Supply — 518 Fort St., Victoria 
Point Supply Co. Ltd— 719 Vote* St. 

Sidney Ltimbor Ltd. — 2333 Government St., Victoria 

Slelck*B Hillside Herdwere — 2660 Quodro St , Vktorio 

Stelek*! Eequimott Hardware— 1237 Esquimolt Rd., Vi^orio 

SIDNEY — Sterlinf Enterprises 

DUNCAN — Gamer Builders' Supplies 

NANAIMO — Western Auto Supply 

PARKSVILLt— McNeil A Yeung 

COURTENAY— Merris L Godley 

PORT ALMRNI— G. T. Miller Ltd. 



local lumber dealer about 



niOW TO DO ir BOOKLET 



Hem's your sgesvtunRy la gsf acquowwsd wHb lbs 
SyNeply Ny sBad 6emn»t Usot ostom *ot building, 
fswmdsiling. hems lwyes»s»ws«»ft. bwHr-k> Isoiwes* 
•oofcler end MdSn mmilsMs m hvted bsise. Chech your 
ipscioi MsaM. Ms Mligeftoa 



Hem's "UBaf** wmds a 
StonJu rd 4' * 8' porteli 
Sylvopty wQterpmot-elu* 
•mod ore V-eroovad In 4' 



Omn« ponslt of Oeuplos 
fit wotcrproel-elus plywood 
Cowmisis forms ol prorbs 
peo«»dM for every bu>ld*eia 
purpose Supplwd m (torx^ 
srd 4' x 8' (m Icrwerl pensb 
in thKkntmev of ^*’, H”. 



All Ilia etrar^th ond beauty 
ot Sylvoplv Ftywnod — 
primsf p altaiasi Maes giva 

an effect of spaced vectkel 
ponels iolrw or* IrwItBla-^ 
no bottem hr moldinps re- 
Oidrad Swndord 4' x 8' <ar 



Iai5*ns4 Sylvoolv woter- 
pnsof-qlus tlywood with on 
ortroctivs coed - petterrsad 
"e»lro hord" surfoea. Stond- 
erd 4' « 8' far lornisr) ponels 
- -thtcImtvMt of -Vi" for 
in**rlor«, H”, lor eirtertor 



lONDix mmuc chhnt 



nau. B 

mm 




1 H. R MacMILLAN SALES LTD — VANCOUVER • EDMONTON • WINNIPEG • 1 


T)ND0N • TORONTO • MONTREAL 











y R. VALUES f 



ICTORIA KETA 

LUMBER YARD 



Love*§ Lo6or Loit 



(cha did U> all Idre. Ketmcrley’* | loqiM hrr Ualr was wildly dl»- 
I rvQUMU. I hcvellrd. Then alw Mamped her fool 

i Ht»Tu<«y dinner, ao decoruu* at the . in a taAtnim m Celia mif ht Itav# 



LPL ABNER 



Stacks', was an uproarUms perform* I done. 



ticf Mice t-am »a *0 r««cp o‘ 

eXM' <aJNO. VIU.M'. SN* 
ti»^onco/r-'Lr Ht w«A 



Co« Mirrvny 
rntd vod b« ready to 
jOt 'bout now -«o aHe 
HKTtnthe 
•r cc3KOOn>*> 



vtwt a o< 
'Tient.'T- 
^lad aucn 
i«>rLtoo 



CHAPTER V.— OODUnucd 
The tour of Inspection did not 
take louf, because bU futde was 
Indisposed to loiter. The informa* 
Ikon was offered in a fUb mono* 
tone. 

Only when they approached the 
conserratory— which had been saved 
tut the last -did Celia show a flicker 
of personal InLcreat. Under the 
aU silvered with 



That Dlfht the Stacks were dis- 
tracted by plans for a dinner-party 
An animated arfument enstwd. It 
look most of the reel of the evening 
to determine the menu. 



Bv Alex Kuviiioiid 



RIF KIRBY 



gBkterlng dome, 
frost from without, the ceased her 
mechanical explanatlmu. drawing 
long breathe of the humid air as 
!f U ar^re Iwr natural «l«n«i». Ned 
noticed that It was chiefly the 
orchids and cameUlaa she cared for, 
waaeri and cold in their accnUeaa 
perfection. 

On the way back they encountered 
a solitary siroUer In a scarlet dress, 
rutting eimleasly amongst the flow- 
era Mrs. Kmnerley did not seem 
turprised to see them; she even 
nodded her head In approval when 



WHAT A n»crr ai 
Adi AllW, vcu' 
A CMAMPl 



.Murphy had been tolling since I 
dawn to produce the miracles j 
described ao alluringly In French on | 
her mistress' menu. 

It was. for Almira and Ned. at 
any time a rewarding port of call. 

I Mary Murphy showed to best ad- 
I vantage on her own home grounda 
I There was do doubt site and Mary 
I Kelly were stimulated by Uie prea- 
i of Bridle, the •‘company” 
jvitltreea, a lively red-haired girt 

There was a pause for refresh- 
itneiiU, which somehow tasted better 
'than they did In the dining-room. 

' Kcd, looking back later on his 
iWlnler In Prairie Avenue, decided 
I that never had tea been so hot and 
I fragrant, buttered toast so melt* 
ilngly deUcious, as tn Mary Murphy's 
I kitchen. Neither she nor Mary Kelly 
objected If one blew upon the 
llf]uld. or poured enme out in the 
, saucer: it was also the cosy custom 
I to dip bits o! cake In the cup. 

(To Be Continued! 



THAT 



CHASSS '<OtJR 
M'KO ABOUT 

KlONAPiNd 
THIS UTTLi 
V OOLt A 



ness M uie proiessmnai oaauty: Mrs. sonny was ‘ Puss." In full flight, 
Cobden's grtma^was alarming. mother. wt*en there came; 

a sound of steps outside the front! 
door. I 

Sonny stopped suddenly. *T think i 
sr.me..jte's coming* ' 



It wss Aunt Lydia, befurred and be- 
Ned's glance 



plumed, on whom 
rested. She, too. smiled, lifting lier 
head a trifle as she chatted with 
Mr. Kennerley, who bent courteous- 
ly over her chair. 



'Never mind. I dare you In catch j**'*^* 
f" cried Mn. Kennerley. 

Although Sonny fsUed to con- 
tinue the chase, she flew the whole 
length of the room, and the Up of 
her train caught on tfie leg of a 
small table and uiwet IL The table 
as well as the men of the family itself did not break, but a lamp that 
In the Kennerley pew. was standing upon It. a tall column 

OuUlde In the street Mr,. Ken- ^ *<th • cryst^ 

nerle, app^red with Sonny and 
Cella and begyed pennlislon to uke 

Almira and Ned home with her _ . 

dinner Mr Kewnrrley bad an an- " 

expected business engagement. 1®°^ ■ ' ' , - , i. 

Aunt Lydia acceded graciously. •*' 



a Creat Institution 



BI.ONOIE 



-* ! NEvxo wn-L 

•yC>CPSTAAJO MCNV 
A SA.MH.V OF 

« \ Kue CAr-J 



F/ TVC ttm* I ' 
FlNt$U CLEANS ) I 
TWiS HOUS6, •' - 
rrs TIME TO L I 

STAi?T N ALU , J 
^ CVEl? aoajn r 



<u lco^ 
'npec.ntAfi 
OD <XJ 

Just get 



Uncle Wiggily Story 



Bv Dale Allen 



MARY >^DRTirS FAMILY 



VMorl* 

by 

HULfTf 



The Fonntain 
of Youth” 



UTTtR fO« MiyStTKAftt, ^ 
WOfiTMf-.WtTM ENOUGH 
iTAMWON IT r^MJF A FAT 
$T?Uk rrFtVIieMACHiNE' 

V 



LAST TOOSDAY ... the G.F. 
jstTwl loos# with 2 bucks, so I 
wstchsd the -Cougsfs* . . . bruise 
the -Canucka- The first time . . • 
the lee I've ssen, A the first game 
. . ♦ to which I've been. Wiwt a 
colorful eight . . . ss each gUdUtor. 
cyclonad about . . . ihts refrigerator. 
Under the lights . . . dropped from 
the ceUtng, it give me s nostalgic 
. eoft of s feeling. To that . . . 
OTHER icehouse . . . near the 
WlUow's gste. where I ... as ■ 
Isd . . . used to try and skate. And 
thrill to the hockey . . when 1 had 
any roon, watching Lester Patrick 
. and Frsnk Prederick-soa 
“Twis s cosy thought . . . that again 
, . . this nite. LesUf wss sitting 
. . . not far to my right. All set 



in hja ears. Mra. Longeara wore 
tomatoea which looked like rubles. 

•X>nly you almost fcQ into Prog 
Pond, my dear,* said Uncle Wlgglly 



Kow Obtainable With 
COMPACT METAL HEAD 



0 «r raawtM nuun metM-maes 
bUnSi ars waSa mt Mar-ta-elMa 
riaaalitiB slaiUa-ftaiaA alata. 



^Glad to ^ gcxj G pfig! 



-Tea. Wlggyl It was most sur- 
prising. But poor Bo Bol He fell 
right on the hard rafti* 

"Re doesnX seem to havs been 
hurt." Undo Wlgglly leaned over 
from his pendi on the elephant's 
head and looked around the comer 
of one of Packyli big ears. "No, Bo 
Bo Unt huti." 

"What la he dolngf 
rabbit lady. 

"Bo Bo If turning somersaulta." 
reported Uncle Wlgglly. "He la also 
playlxTg hit tambourine and tooting 
Llstenl" 



w« ftaiara "EOAO-KgT" ta 
•a«r rmaval «f sUta an# 
■ blfbaat cradtt Fttialaw. 



Then Bo Bo tangr 

•'Oh, I'm a clown a Jolly dreua 
elowtt. I walk upright and aome- 
limes upalde down. 1 toot my toot 
and wham the tambourine. Don't 
forget the county falr-the grand- 
eft ever eeenl" 

•Tliank you. Bo Bol Thank you 1* 
laughed Uncle Wlgglly. 

"Olad to give you a plug." chuckled 
the monkey clown. Then, l« show 
that fallltur off Parky's back was 
Just a circus trick. Bo Bo took a run 
and a Jump, and landed up bealde 
Bunly. Chow Chow and Mra, Long- 
ears on Packy’a back. 

•That waa very clever of you. Bo 
Bo,’* said Bunty. 

"Oh, thliyc nothing of It,* an- 
awered Bo nonchalant like— alao 
modest and shy. "I'm an old rtreua 



Just Phone E t5l5 

m* SftiMi**— N* obUssUM 



Bv Frank Robhins 



JOHNNY HAZARD 



IN APOL/r 
Turee Mosmic/ 
a-sur vAJAT 
. oc rr f/ > 



Tiurr in ANoruee wurr or 

TRensLAcc.,. 1^ 



7V4t'S 

fT.f 



asked the 



VENETIAN BLIND 
SERVICE 

J. 0. LEIGHTON, Prop, 
lift- A Superior 8 l » EIS1I 



Wett. JOIMeV. WV4AT oo 
we CO NON ff erruATION'g 
<NAPlEP up WOCKe TUAN 
wrrvi VELVET 

gCNEPULEP TO eeCCMB 
MV UNCLE‘S Bgipft 



MOLP CN ' 
WUEN OO YOU 
(trr TO M 
TvseenvoNB T! 



UO.' Tuer MfiANg 
TUt COOP PWlNCC ANP 
FglENP UAlAffP Affg 
WOffkONG TOCCTweff / 
hmm mnut not n 

■APRDirOUS PLAN. 
atiNY / Give< Ug A 
WeAPY-MAPE 
Kt <CAPedQsT / 



j„.ANP rum PEsaON A 
WUOwag TTYIN6 TO 
XAVOTSeC THE PLANE 
VVUeN 1 ELUOCEONeP 
»«*S «MA< MO«OTUEW 
TUAN...TWE PgINCB 
^ NIM<ELJ:~/ ^ 



hls tootcr bom. 



Have You Heard? 



THE 



"Will you teach me that tiick?" 
asked Buster. 

"I sure will, my rabbit scout. 
Maybe you and I can work up a 
UUie act for your father's county 
fair.* 

"Fd love a part tn It, too.* said 
Bunly. "WouMnX yuu, PackyT" 
"Indeed I would. I hope the dr- 
ctu ttoeant catdi up with me and 
make me go back without giving 
enough peanuts.* 

"If the circus comes for you. 
Parky.** said Uncle Wlgglly. as he 



H(*r 



By J. Millar Watt 



a/r RE-OPENING AGAIN 
OUR NEW AND MODERN STORE AT 

613 YATES STREET 

WILL BE OPEN ON OR ABOUT NOVEMBER Ut 

We kf^ain solicit your patrnnSffc which w-e have had the 
pleasure to receive in our present location^ In Eaton 'a 
Arcade Bldg. Watch for opening date vq this paper. 

C. FALTA, Prop, 



>sMY cam't k 
CATTCM A'AALL AS 
>/»LL. AC A AAAM7 



OE 4 AUSE SHE VIF 4 DR fT 
EASACitA TO 
A FAAH I 



glass diamonds glUter, "if the cirrus 
comes for you. Ill say you are going 
to be tn my county fair as a special 
attraction." 

Thank you. Uncle Wlgglly And 
will you hire Bo Bo and Chow 
■ChAw? - The bine elephant wobbled 
hls esfs 

Tea. indeed. And now I must 
plan for the county fair. Boeun. 

I shall need your help.** 

"Avast and belay. Cap*n Wlgglly. 
sir. you shaU have IL Are you going 
to show big pumpkins, giant eftrrots. 
cabbage* as big as wash tubs and 
iMAda of lettuce wearing straw 
bats?” 

"Hal Hal Hal AU of that and 
morel Well have some sensaUnoal 
acts at my county faur laughed 
uncle Wlgglly. •Ttow. everybody 
have fun at the ck»tng attraction 
of the Bummer se«on trf my amu»-|'pu|r 
ment rafti* i 

Oh. such fun as there was. Nurse | 

Jane p o pped bwkhels of com andj 
k million Ice cream onnee from 
her candy kitchen. 

Then, after moch work, came the 
opening dey of Uncle WltgUya 
county fair aboard hU amusement 
raft. *Tbe sun roue bright and thin- 
Ing. From aB over Woodland Um 
oowds began to assemble- Bnenn 
■Urted the merTy-fo- round but, aU 
of a sudden — 

OhI Oh! X cant teO any more 
tmUl tomoTTOw. And t hope the 
cow win please gtve the clock e 
quart of milk ao it ean wash He 
hands before going to watch lele- 
elslnn with the egg beater. 



R7io Ever Heard of a Bald-Headed Wolf? 



Bv Bud Fidhpr 



HAVE YOU • gtitst sis* diaing 
room in your horns? Then wt hsvt 
whst you sre looking for In a 
dining-room tulta The buffet Is a 
thing of bcAOty, divided in the | 
middle by diding glass doors ... 
with three roomy drawers on the 
other side of It's full 5 ft width. '• 
Another nice thing about this | 
buffet . . . you can’t possibly s:iva it I 
an accidental kick . . . ss it’s Cali - 1 
fornia atyled set up some 6 to 9 
inches on leg* The table is 40 Ina. 
by S4 Ins. when closed ... A open, 
oo V> 6 big feet ... all kinda of 
room to have the wholv darn family 
at Chrlsimaa There it a curved 
back arm chair for Father*. . . and; 
9 matching dinera. ail upholatered 
in wine valour. I^is lateat model 
by a leading Can. Mfg. la wsre- 
honaed at only I24S. (Tcrma of 
couree). Should you want the 
china cabinet ... it is elao aveiV 
able A for immediate delivery. It 
measures 36 ins. wide . . . with a 
depth of 20 Ins. and standa 46 Ins. 
high. It tlao has sliding glass draw- 
ers oQ top. TWt "You'll Love It* 
auita is in beautiful matched 
grained walnut. Wa also have a 
very aimilar suite . . . end br the \ 
same Mfg. In the an^er dining- . 
room aise The buffet being 30 ins. \ 
wide . . . the table closed 36 Ine. by 
60 ins. So ... if you ere looking 
about for dining-room furniture . . . 
have a squint at these . . . thank | 



TDTFCBARBef? UAF/.MXJOAyy 

RjRAHAlRCUTf GOT A WAi?CUT /l KHtBV \ 

)ryz< iMveERJRe fan* i can 
f I stand a 



rCOTA 

BALD 

HEAD/ 



TMAT/fLAOV ViCUSOPC 
ABOUT/ 



VUU j 
GOIN,' ’ 
MUTT? 






Not for Any Price t 



Mi GOOD WUEM I LtT nTT 
IgM SUiS/K Mi TCTTMiB QftY. 
PROM NON? ON NC kUM 
^ PttACTiSt OW YOU GUVS*. , 



ODlASi IS ACTUAL CXPOkMGi 
»j MAjQCtjmy&.rrc.AMOi 
MOGOON *0 P«ACTIS£ ON 



I COOO.TM 

MOMTS rvf. baobcbAsort op 
COURSB 0>4nj«.i SrVMtKO. 
•'—7 vniButtTi-'A.JhJOv^ 



Rt Harry Ilarniipira 



STEPUDDERS 



CALL 

CAMEL RUG AND 
CHESTERFIELD 
CLEANERS 



mother ... and both to emOe. T'Q 
be back again when rm o«w twy 
frighl. oi talking to yot> ... et 1:13 
. . . TO-NITK 



BeiaB Fas rfta se WaruMtmi 
Deww Vlem-^Belew Oevi 








«iil |o to p«r*f>u* hoTlnc tlrlcou ou 
th« h>»ra« that wln» th« mo*. 



Brentwood Man Draws 



(Sbr BaiUi <[lolonUt 3S 



Well Dressed (ghosts and Goblins 
Will Be Voiifue on This Hallowe^ 



Supreme Re^^ent 



Octobtf ZS. IMy 



B«tor« <l«vaiu»Uon ol Um pouo4 



aterlinc tnfi Uckct* wtre wi»rtli 
IIOO.OOU 

Caiutdlafift uid Auictk'ooa «rr br- 
lie\rO to bold »ix UckeU on tl>t 
(avnrllr. H.vpcrbulo. uU4s> 1& to I 
Although •ddr♦•^«e^ of n<vwlr ..li 
tk-krt holdm arr tu>i rflcM^] u'dil 
afUir the race codf markint* cm 
drawn Urkeu tndlrale |>erhapa half 
of the prUc motiry wlU (u toward* 
Canadlam and Americana 
Porty-aU honoa will run in U)^ 
Newmarket claaalc, wUh &lt pei • 
aona holding tlcketa on them 



Rummage Sale 
Arranged 
By Kiwanians 



•lU) an outalde chance of wlnttUig. 
he waa elated. 

Aaked what IM wcnild do with the 
inone) if he ahould win he aald he 
liadii’t even oonaltl e tad It. tk>ni)d, 
he eell part of the ticket *^iat dc>: 
l>en4to . . .* I 

KlaeiHierr througtuiut the prov> 
mr«. BhUah Columblam acanned 
their UduU hopefully. Pretty Dub- 
lin nursaa have completed drawing 
the lucky atuba which wtU divide e 
huge prlae pool of I2.4A4,1M). 

Thirteen lop prime of tTf.OOO each 



lA 26-Taar-old Tod Inlet. Breot« 
wood, mechanic ha« drawn a horac 
lu Uie Irlah Hoapttal*' Sweepdtake:. 

bhould lUlbeUu. a 40>to<one ahoi, 
win the Cambrldgeahlre Stakea 
Wedneaday. Herbert Chubb ' 

to win I77.000- 

Chubb received a telegram Priday ' 
night from the huepital truit at 
Dublin atatlng counterfoil QL 1I2B4 
had drawn HUbelin. 

Informed by The 



City depariment atorea report 
record aadee uf fanciful crepe paper 
imtumea, In atylea rangliMf frtMn 
the inoet Inoccuouk nuraery-rhyme 
chararten to the fouleet wltcltee 
and devil* 

Moel ctulumee. alaed and neatly 
itackaged. Include maaki. hate and 
cloaka or iklrta- 

And they're not tU euld for chil- 
dren. UU/ree report Adult Ghoet 
and Adult Witch etyle« are In great 
demand. 

A Miety hint offered by Uie atorea: 
When wearing a crepe-paper Mother 
GocMke enaemble. dor^’t back into a 
lighted Jack-o>Lanlem.. • 

MASSA PLCNTIML 

Fake facet are plentiful, but not 
very elaborate. 'Ihe prewar cloth 
maaka are juat atarUug to trickle 
back onto the market, taking their 
.placet beside gaudy paper faces. 

Dime atorea are brimming with 
doxena of accesaorlea for a corn- 
merrialirad Hallowe'en. 



Victorla'a glioeU and gubhna wUl 
be well dreaaed UUe Hallowe’en. 

Cult* are tlw nutworn bedalieela 
and tallrred liand-me-duwua which 
dlaguiaed yealerday'a children on 
their iwictumal pruwUngx. 

The new griwratlOQ of one* night 
evil aplrlta wUl don colorful — and 
Inexpenalve - ooetumea aullable to 
the occaakm. 



ramped eome of their Chnatmaa 
and New Year'a Item* nnUemakerv, | 
atreamera, crackcra Into black-and- 
orange HMllowv'en apeclaUlea 

Slack’ Jointed cardboard akeleions, 
and llantlng-cyed caU. eold aa party I 
deooratloni. are guaraoletcl to ca»tj 
a ghaally pall over the mewt festive' 
occasion. 

New twlat thta year la the Intro- 
duction 0 f hldeoualy • decorated 
Hallowe'en greeting carda. presum- 
ably deeigned for oorrespondrnce 
between wltchea. 

Por those who prefer the old- 
fashioned, outdoor type of Hallow- 
e'en. Okanagan apples and fat 
pumpkins are In good supply. 

Plreworka arc available at many 
small atorea, to help British Cotuni- 
I bla celebrate In lU own tradlUonal 
' -and nationally unknown— way. 

Plremen and police In Victoria and 
munlctpalltlec wlU be 






Ab an inunrdiaie "loUow up" to 
lU big auction aale held last night 
at the Bay Street Armoury, the 
Victoria Klwanla Club wtU^ aUge a 
great rummage sale Tuesday at the 
City Market 

The ruiniruige sale will get under 
way at 9 a.m., report thoee In charge 
,of the event. 

Mrs E. Mallek. member of the 



PROMNCrS will, AT 
AJbena'a 1M9 whewt crop 
estimated at 0dMO.OOO bualiela 



Announcements | 

Advice lo lbe*e abeul te ourry. ' 
Your wedding recepUor. will be, 
lovelier In the rumanllc aettlng of 
Old Englaad Inn. AU arrangementa 
personally handled by Mr. and Mrs ^ 
Lane. Victoria's wedding reception , 
apenlaltata. Advice on etlnucUe.l 
toaaU and all Uie amal. but ud-| 
portant detaUa freely given Please^ 
phone or caU O 023J. lampaoo. 
Street. ' 



Colonist last 



night that his horse was a atarler 



EDMOND A. RNOEPPEL 

Supreme regent ol the Supreme 
Council of the Royal Arcanum, 
who will be among the honored 
guests at a mwetlng of Vleturla 
Majestic Council No. IMS to be 
held In Sirocco Supper Ohib on 
Thursday at S pm. Mr. Knoeppel. 
who resides in New York, will pre- 
sent full degree of order on new 
memberg. Victoria council of order 
la under leadership of William 
Richardson and ha« been In opera- 
tion for more than W years 



You’re going to 
play the piano 



tremendous variety" of got'da. iu- 
cUidlng large amuunu of good 
clothing, men's and women’s lUlU, 
children's wear, and a wide assort- 
ment of baby clothing. 

C08TL'.ME JEWEI.RV 
In addition, there wUl be a vast 
quaiiUty of coeturoe Jewelry, china 
and otlier articles. 

Proceeds of last night’s auction 
and Tuesday's rummage sale will go 
toward various chanUes and objec- 
tives of the Kiwanls Club. 

TTie women's division to cliarge of 
the two events te headed by Mra. 
Austin Curtis, asateied by Mn. Mal- 
lek. Mrs. Andrew Stewart and many 
ethera 



adjacent 

extra-vigilant Hallowe'en night tO' 
guard against fireworks • rauied 
fires and areldents. and prevent' 
vandaliam 

Parties, aimed at keeping the 
small fry happy, but off the sireeu. 
will be sponsored by sebooU, 
parent-teacher groups and service 
clubs. 

Oak Bay Klwanians plan a child- 
ren '« party at the Uak Bay fire' 
hall, with a pyrotechnic display fn' 
the sdjolnlng playground. KiwanU 
wiu supply the fireworks and rc- 
freslunents, the firemen wlU serve. 

DANCEb. PARTIEH 

Many organUaUons are planning 
dances and ooeUimc parties. The 
Viotorla Plying Club will hold lu 
Hallowe'en Ball Priday, October 



R.r. Toberfoleete Hwrtety an- 
nouTvee their annual Christmas seal 
campaign, ^mtuored by tlie borop- 
ttmisi Club, opens November 31. 
Tluise WlilUng »««1* overseas 
mailing irfione B 44Z; Beals will be 
mailed on rrouest or call at Room H, 
74* Broughton Stregt. 



ArU < entre ef fireater Vlrleria, 
B33 Broughton mroel. Exhlbltomln 
special Arts Week show must pick 
up their work between 10 and 11 
ajn. Monday, at Uie gallery Jury 
show entry fonns at gallery, fw 
paintings, sculpture and ceramics. 
Exhibit starting Tuesday 11 ajn.. 
art therapy and occupa.ional handi- 
crafts by paUents of Royal Jubilee 
Pavilion and 8t. Joseph's Villa. 
Speakers at mfurmal opening. I pjn. 
Tueaday, Mra. Joyce Swannell and 
Dr. D. M. Balllle. 



2$. at the Hampton Ball. Hamptoo 
Road and TllUcum Road. 

Cabarets generally are planning 
masquerade dances. At ooe. even 
the orchestra and waiters will be 
In costume. But customers will be 
able U> tell the waiters from the 
other masquersdexs — ^ they're the 
ones who hand you the cheek. 



You’ve got e lot of fun sbead of yoo, youngster, and it 18 
fun (a learn to pUy. Of courts you've got to prsetke. but 
you've got to practice to learn to skate or to play a game. 
And with the nev^Nvsys of learning It's quick and easy. And 
think of the fun ahead when you can play, the entertein- 
ment, the patties, the pleasure of playing yourMlf • . . and 
'best of all, it will mean yooH understand all music better. 

Perhaps your psrenu will find it hard to buy s piano right 
now. Do you know they can pay part down and to much 
a month? Or they can rent • piano from Platehot'e for ae 
little It ten dollars a month- 



Ssifsge CellcrilAD: The Salvation 
Army will pick up from your door 
balvage of all kinds Deed clothing, 
shoes, furniture, your rags, house- 
hold mattressei. oarpets. nip. car- 
ton boxes, newspapers, books, ren- 
dered fata. When you give It to 
the Army It te (o help others. 
Phona O 7813. 



NOTTZNOHAM. England CP).— 
A wasp was rwponslble for Injuries 
to 3< persons when it Qew Into the 
fece of a trolley-bua driver. The 
driver lost control of the bus which 
crashed into a wall 



Credit Union 
Plan Studied 



Irish PreteeiaDt AasoelaUen will 
meet Monday. 34th. at 5*7 OUver St. 
Take Shoal Bay. Oak Bay or Goo- 
xalee bus to St Patrick at Central 
St. All Irtth ProtestanU. their 
wives, husbands, sons and daughters, 
ere welcome. Mr. R. Gordon, 308 
Crease Are., city. 



ftockland Hebool ef Moslr. S51 
Pemberton Road. E M83. Now upon 
for students of ell agrs. Solo end 
ensemble tuition In erehcetral in- 
struments. Ppc. the tiny tots, piano, 
vioUn and ryhtlun ^nd. Practice 
''ooQis for studtntj. Prlnclpel, 
Prances Besant. M.A. 



Greater Vlcteria Properly Owners' 
ioclel evening. 8 o'clock. Wednesday, 
WUllama Hall, 74* Broughton St. 
Music. Movies, Refreshments, 50c. 



At e special meeting of the Prince 
Edward Branch of the Ca n adia n 
Legion Prldey night e dlaousslon 
was held coooemlng the advisability 
of forming a credit union. 

Prank Humphries and William 
Brown, guest speakers at the gather- 
ing Id the t^on Hall, Dunford 
Road, spoke In favor of the forma- 
Uon of a loan and saving plan. 

It was decided to have further 
•pf '-rr: at the next r^uiar meet- 
ing at I pjn„ November 1. at the 
hall. A film win be shown at this 
mrellng also 



TELL YOUR 
PARENTS 



A FAVORITE 



Traveling? finest trunks tn Vic- 
toria. mothproof, spotlessly clean 
Sargmm oppo r t u nity day rveeyday 
here, *70 Meerra Street 



“China.'* public lecture by Dr. 
jamee Endlcott. noted Canadian au- 
Uioniy on Chinese affalra, Crrstal 
Garden, lower ballroom. Thursday, 
October 37. 8 p.m. Admission AOr. 
'nckels msy be obtained at the 
Marlunetle Ubrary. 101* Douglas 
Street. 



The kitchen rinally got sround to 
making thoee very pepuler Mmt 
Nougat chews egaln. 

They are refreehing 

end tike ei well ei 

being colorful. ,, 

Probably why the jUJlrTy 

shop hasn't them 121^^ 

more often ia be- 

cause they are 

wrapped the old- fg Jn 

faehtoned way — by BL 



that at Fletcher's they'll 



l^nJversity Estenslon .\JW>«atton 
meeilng on Monday. October 34. at 
8 1ft pm.. VlctorU College-Normal 
School Auditorium. Dr. M D. 
Mawdsley, deeu ol women. Univer- 
sity of British Columbia. *'My Im- 
preeslons of Europe Summer. 1*4* ** 



find the ptaito you need, 
end only at Fletcher’s 
will they find cuch famous 
names as Stcinway. Nord- 
heimer and other wonder- 
ful pianoa 



Angela UeMl— English Inn atmos- 
phere. excellent cuisine, permanent 
and transient guests. Comfortabte 
suites, double and siitglr rooms. 

ixKuitlea of the Kentish Bookshop 
' b«cund-lutnd books*— 1133 Langley 
Street, Vletorta. E 3011. 



Parent-Teacher mem 



AttetiU»a. 
bers; The first general meeting of 
I ha Victoria and District Parent- 
1 eacher Council will be held Priday. 
October 38. at 8 pm . In North Ward 
School. Your caJeodara will be 
available at that meeting. 



1130 DOUGLAS 
STREET . 



Jubilee Jamheree and dolls' be- 
eaar at Crystal Garden. November 1 
Swlmmlnng gala. Pro-Ree display, 
comedy acta. 



A Karfsln Hhep special, one only, 
daintily embroidered christening 
robe et half price, t4h0. 



Navy League Chapter. I.O.DE . 
Rummage Sale. Hard ef Hearing 
Hall. Oct. 39th. at 9 a m. 



BklUfnl Barber gcrrlee (a habltt 
Bate van 



The CspHal City SkaUng Club 
te still accepting tppUeaUons. Skat- 
ing Saturday evening, Sunday after- 
noons aiul Sunday evening. 1110 
Government Sti'et, upstalre. B 3913 



Barber Shop 
3618 Bitevin Avenue, 
my work.* Harry Plrth 



(BasnKnent. 
'You’ll like 



CANDY SHOP 

745 PORT 8T. 
Bmpire 6423 



rolled NbUods AsBoelalloti. Arts 
Centre. October 34. 8 p.m. Speaker: 
Mra. R. L. Blaluskl. “Austria Today." 



Vlcteria Unit of the Nursing 61s- 
tera' AseoclaUon wlU hold their an- 
nual meeting Friday. November 11. 
at 3:80 pm.. In the Y.W.O A. 



Get your C’bristmae permaaeot 
now. Two for the price of one till 
October 31. Ouaraniecd. Por ap- 
pointment phone Charm Beauty 
Salon. O 6831. 



Have You Done Your Part 



Klns'e Daughiera’ annual Pall ba- 
taar, Saturday. November 6. at 736 
Courtney Street, 3:30 to I. 



Feed for Britain will go forward 
with ooUecUou from allowing of rare 
and beautiful color arid sound films 
of "Australia Today.” St. Andrew’s 
Preabytertan Church. October 38th, 
7 M p m. 



WOOD — SPECIAL - WOOD 



EDGINGS AND LUMBER CUT INTO ir I-jSNOTHB 
Easily Split— Good for Kitchen, Kindling, Hester snd Furnace. 

2 9Q50 M 949 OO 

CORDS P ^ CORDS I C 

IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ANYWHERE A A J FA 

WHOLESALE FUEL — 760 TOPAZ U Z49Z 



Have You Made 
7 our 

Contrihutum? 
And If So 
llat'^ You Given 
Enouf^h? 

More Money Is 
\f*f*ded and 
There Is Still 
Time ftp Give 
lo Your 



fora— Have your fur coat remed- 
elad now for *86 Pur coau re- 
paired, cleaned, glased, dyed, etc 
All work by experta Park Pura, 818 
Humboldt, B 3311 We call and de- 
Uver. 



iaertrice fee qnlek sale: Pedigreed 
Pomaraolan puppy, male. 36 Cam- 
bridge. 



Wlodermrre Hotel BailroeiB, suit- 
able for wedding receptions, rentals. 
convenUons, bridge parties, ban- 
quets. meeUnga and other similar 
functlona 0 4194. 



Have year wedding reeepUen at 
Call Mrs. Gannon. 



Craigmyle. 

0 0031. for rttervaUan. 



Monica Engle, pianist 



ReclUl 

jsmes Lsmond. tenor. Windermere 
Hotal. Priday. October 38. 816. aus- 
Canadlan 



j&attiiB IHortuary Utmttrb 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 
THS atMOPtlAL CHAPSL OF CHfMgg* 



Brentwood Auto Ceari, central 
Iwattng. Prigldalre, electric range. 

Phone Keating 43M 



plcea Victoria Branch. 

Pederatlon Mu»1c Teachers' Aseocla- 
tlon. Admission 86c, 66e. 



Ladiaef Remember 1 styla-cut 
your hair 30 years ago. Skill plus 
experience at 3618 Estevan Avenue 
(baaement). Come down and see 
me any Umc. Harry Plrth. 



open fireplace. 



I>r. Themes Mercer announces 
the reopei\lng of hU office, 410 Royal 
Trust Building. Monday, October 34 



Wemrn'e .\uilliary Jubilee Hos- 
pital wuuiing bridge numbers: 100. 
347 . 238. 304 Tra (tueeta, 1146; 
tnmbola. Mr* Wlnierbottom, Mrs. S 
Orlffln. Mr*'. W Davis. Mn. W. J. 
Runt. Mrs. etiibbi.. Mr^ Wilkes. 



MaUhsi Chalet— Open dally ex- 
cept Mondays for breakfasts. 
lunrJies. afternoon teas. Pried 
rhlclcen and steak dinners servad 
from IS to 7 pjn. 



RefreelUBeate made le erder for 
all oocaaloDS, large or amalJ. Plione 
Mlsa E. Innee. B 1883. 



rtaeyeon* MaunUin Dsucere. 31 
boyi and girls tn 30 daiicea. Satur- 
day. October 39. 9 16 pjn.. BadmUi- 
ton Hall (foot of Amphion Street) 
Tickets at Kent .' Ltd. Rceerveii tl: 
rtiah T6e. 



W.A. to ramily Welfare and Chil- 
dren's AM Society will hold a taa 
and apron sale tn Douglas Room. 
Hudson's Bay Co. on Priday, No- 
vember 4, 3 to 4:30. 



Out 

Chapel 



Qaalst C'enifva. overlooking beau- 
tiful Maple Bay, 44 mllee north of 
Victoria, for good food. 



I.adf«e' AaiiUary, Y.MCA., Au 
tumn and membership tea. Thors 
day, October 37, 3-6 pA. Tea. musl' 
cal program. 



“Beauilfai Aastrsha.” s rare and 
beautiful sound and eoior film, lo 
be shown st 8L Andrew’s Presby- 
terian Church, Wednrxday. October 
30, 7:10 pm. OnUeetlon for fond few 
Britain. 



The Chalet, Deep Cove ■ Chicken 
luncheons and dlnnsra, Devonihlre 
teas. Telephone Sidney 83P 



laiiTiis 111 



2nd t'.M.R amelirr to be litld at 
British Public Schools Club, 1318 
lAngley. Satunlay. October 39. 8 
pin 



QUADRA St NORTH PARK STREET. VICTORIA, B.C. 
Osy or Night Service — E7511 



Steam Baths. Msasage and Colonic 
irrigations. EBlll. 



Osughtwv ef LogUnd Priinroaa 
Lodge Pall Banar. Oct 'JBth, 3 80 
p.m . Hard of Hearlna Hall Alter- 
nocm Tea, Home Cooking, Phney- 
xrork and Mtecellanemi* Btalte. AH 
welcome. 



rhirepedtat W. J. Praeer, DBCi 
107 Pemberton Bldg B1363 



dalvBfe aelleetlen for Jamee Bay, 
Eequlmalt and Gorge. We ooUect 
rags, paper, household mattreasea 
Phone 18418. 



i Y'otir Counuuitiljr Lhekt ti (/ixhablY 
the moat vonspiruou* 9mKle unH>ini 
force >n the cr*fnmnnlty in whidi all 
races, reliEioug creeds, labor, inan- 
aifcnifuf. '‘(X'igl. economi. and politi- 
cal rally in one common 

cattle ilieir total community 

vselMreinff. 

.V r> line aiiiitf^I Lampa)|n 

you atlually work towards itrenittn- 
eniiis one of the cornc r-atones of a 
afronif Hemocracy . . . local aelf- 
ffovernment 



Perhaps tou'te already made your do- 
nation . . . perhapr yon have Ki^cn 
f*enerousIy ail you can i;ive ... If vo. 
fine! But to those who haven't yet con- 
tributed we send a apccial appeal lo 
eenfider these (acu. 



R*nsecis re patr ed while you wait 
701 PcFTt Kllburger*e the Jewelers 



SPECIAL — SPECIAL 

COAL 

TABER LUMP 917.2B Par Ton 

TABER EOO 91B.2B Per Ton 

, TABER NUT |S13.er» Per Ton 

naom Twpat nw« tono-atmmwn albckts oo*im aow 
wHoa rua piucb la tow swe loeeuae sna ptawrmn. 



felk Musle In Weed sihI buag— 
Mrs. J. Rt-beric W<vQd. Durothy-Mse 
Charles, wipraoo; Mr. Wood, bari- 
lonr. James Bay United. Oci. 38ih. 
0:16 pm, Tirkete 60 cents and 36 
fwnts 



Chlrepwttol — D. B. Cxlrd. OJIO. 
318 Pemberton Building, U 8783. 



Brrata Ledge — Steal 
KUltae. H.K. 16 per day 
week. 680 pee month. Ph< 
tng 58M 



< hln»prartlei M. J. Opearr X-ray A 
Palmer). 301 Central Bldg B3743. g 

Rnmmafe Sale. Rard-of-Hearing A 
Hall. Oetobar 86. 9 30 axp A 

reevetuhirw Teae eerved dally. Tbby H 
Jtig. Elk Lake. Colquile 47R A 



1. — Only hy. tupportiiig ^‘«»r Commu- 
nity Cheat can ■)) the cunvtractive 
forces in Ihe community tie mobi- 
litcd to meet the nce<lt ef your 
community. 



HARKNETT FUEL 



nllrer Tea— To be held by St. 
Mery's Women’s Guild at the itome 
of Col. and Mra. Maurirr Turner. 
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first Canadian Radio Awards com 
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tive four more talks to the serloi wUl be broadrast eoast to coast 
Lets Bead About It" beard Ttiea- '■Urttnc November 14 over CRO. 
lay* at S 46 pm. I TlUed "In Bearch of ClUwus.- the 

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Her puns tnclude » faced by the nrw^era and 

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Last Sunday's adaptation of Oscar 
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« » • 

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I with sea chauuiea varying In seoU- 
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THE DAILY COLONIST, VTCTORtA, B.C, SUNDAY. OCTOBER 23 . 



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By DICK McMINN 



VICTORIA. B.C^ SUNDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1949 



A Short Story 

By RICHARD H. WILKINSON 



O NCB upon * tiffl* — out of the 
flrvt lexul mlcU came the hrsl 
Twr> bunkered bairUy upon the 
Orit beach, and there vas an uneaae 
within him. There came. too. a 
time when that first man croaied 
a allmy Ufoon upon a mat of recdi 
And ever since, a man. somewhere, 
has been mcsslnc about with boats! 
And no doubt, too, the female of 
that first male had to come down 
to the beach and ratse the flmt row 
to ret old t7| to come home for 
supper 

» • • 

Aside from the seashore dreamers, 
and the fireside rerreu of land* 
bound men.' there are those wboee 
flncers Itch tor the strange famiU* 
arlty of oars: whooe senses reel to 
grip the whole centuries of men and 
UtUe ahlps at the mere tarry smell 
of a h ank of marline. And why not? 
Hie human race was si>awned by 
the sen, along with Its rontloenU. 
Oo get that sKlpI Buy It. Build it. 
Swindle It. Take it out and gel wet 
In It Curse U. Learn fear In it— 
aye. and Innato peace. But large or 
small. If your yen Is true for lUtle 
ships, you will learn to love every 
rweet or cranky Une of the craft. 



R BSPOHDIBO to an urgent sum- 
mona, Inspector Joe Warren 
fse e bed the petatlal Long Island 
mUt» at Boetar Tan Brewster after 
noon and vent Into eonfercsee with 
the bead betler. Roggles by name. 

ncr. Tan Brewster bas been 111 
stnce hie son’s death,** the butler 
cxplatned. don't believe he'd 
better be dleturbed.* 

*No need of It," Warren aewntod. 
**WlMre‘s young Robert's body? 
And what makes you think be was 
murdered r* 

He wma murdered all right. No 
doubt of It. There’s a wound in his 
back. He's lying In the stables 
where Henry found him. Fve al- 
lowed nothing to be disturbed.** 
**Ooed. Who’s HenryT* 

Benry'a the gardener. He came 
rushing into the houae about sUd- 
fflomlng. He had been working tn 
the flower beds, be mid. behind the 
et a bia s , when he beard a nolae in- 
side. II sounded like a groan. He 
opened the door and found Ur. 
Robert lying on the floor.” 

They went out to the garage and 
passed through It to the stables bo- 
ygod. Lying face down on the floor, 
k dull rad showing on the back of 
hU riding jacket, lay a young man. 
Warren made a brief esasUnatloc 



WarrvQ looked sharply at Ruggles. 
*Tbought you said Henry came 
Inside?” 

The butler sUffened. ”I thought 
be did. That Is, he told me be did. 
Didn't you. Henry?* 

■I gunno. X dunno much what X 
did say. Ah X know is I saw Mr. 
Robert fall on the floor. There wa^ 
blood on his coat and 1 got scared.' 

**Humm.’* said Warren. ”Walt In 
there. Henry. I may need you 
later.” 

T?>e Inspector turned to the white- 
faced butler kod began a careful 
croes-examlnatlon. As one question 
followed another, Ruggles, assured 
that the policeman had no ulterior 
motives, talked freely. At the ooo- 
elusloo of the InCerrogatlon Warren 
sununoned all three men together 
In the antcrooBS. 

‘'Reeves,’’ he said, addresalng the 
stableman. ”you killed Robert Tan 
B^ywfter. You drove a knife In his 
bdek and thso fled because Henry, 
the gardener, was working outside 
and you knew be'd come in te in- 
vsstigate.” 

Reeves’ face went w?iUe. 

”Tou can’t prove It,” he cried. 
”Tou ain’t got nothing on ms.” 

”Oh. yes, 1 can. In the first litacr 
Ruggles tells me you were Infatuated 
with Rose Armstrong, the Tan 
Brewster's parlor maid. You were 
insanely ji^ous of her aflfecUoo 
and. X believe, foolishly siupectcd 
young Robert of cirrying on an 
aflatr wkh Iter. 

”Xn the second place, you are the 
only one of the Uuwe men here who 
deliberately lied la me. You de- 
clared you saw Henry leaving the 
anteroom directly foQowtng the 
killing, whieh fact naturally threw 
suapiclan on Renry. You did this 
hoping to dispel any stapleloo that 
might be cast upon yourself. 

”It was there you made your 
sUpup. Hanry never entered or left 
this anUroom through that door 
Just before the murder be was 
working In the flower gardens out- 
side there. If he bad come through 
tbs door, the knohe oo both sides, 
which, as you wUl noUoc. sre highly 
p otla b ed. would show signs of dirt. 
Bv«n dow Henry’s hands arc covered 
with trsah loam.” 



JUNIOK MUSCLI-MAH Coorod Serbury Evons, 3. Kelts bor-bells in 
pl«toorapb token In lott- Summer sur^in# nor mony weeks ego. Conrod 
weighed four pounds ot birth. 



Tour yen may have stemmed from 
evenings yearned away watching the 
humble craft which eomb the waters 
for salmon off the breakwater 
around Brotchle Ledge In the kelp- 
strung Summer evenings. Or It may 
be the sight of a sail spanked by a 
Cadboro Bay breeze which nas fired 
the salt tn your heart with a blue 
flame. Only this P U . up here m 
the harbor of Port Aibeml, 1 
counted 40 small craft ranging from 
skiffs through Inboards to light 
power launches mottling the cool 
dusk. Here were managers and 
oamers of local businesses, men out 
of the hot. noisy lumber mills, boys, 
girls, no leu eager than elderly men 
end women. 

Slack away now. Before heating 
the wires with a rush order to your 
nearest lumber yard, fill yout pipe, 
pour yourself another, and let’s jxist 
yam generally about boats 

Plrst you only think you’d like to 
build It. Tbere Is no more uagie 
sight to my eyes than the derelict 
framewoiii of a neglected ship m 
some backyard begun In the laUe 
flash of an enthusiasm lacking ui 
essence. I should hate to tnmk that 
I had Ignited suca a short-lived 
flash In any man— for the potential 
ship’s sake. Remember, millions ot 
people are attracted by the sea s 
mysterious personality, and of tlKne 
comparatively few are *pU-to*die 
bitten by the marine bug. Beware, 
therefore, lest your own is but tn- 
fatuatloo. The sea brooks no phil- 
andering as many a would-be sea- 
man has learned, and as those 
orphans In many a backyard mutely 
attest. So thlnk—how few do— -ot 
your boat and aU It enUlls. Noth- 
ing is more demanding than your 
small ship, as boat widows the wortd 
over will resignedly concur. And 
there's another angle When you 
arc quite sure your own symptom* 
show definite promise of an -ncur- 
atOe ailment. U might be wise co 
frequently expose the famUv to 
areas Inhabited by this vlrUe mari- 
time germ, on the off chance of get - 
eral concaglon This for 

happier days ahead for all hands 



By G. E. MORTIMORE 



tors were doubtful whether Ite wouio 
live. The Svans' nuned him along, 
and he survived — but not much 
more. 

Two years ago the Kvaus family 
cam# to Canada. “AH the kids here 
seemed to wear scarcely any 
doibes.” said his father, "so we let 
him run around to the sunshine 
with even less. We started feeding 
him butter axtd eggs and a lot ot 
other good things." 

’'We could almost see him grow 
Hla shoulders got wider and he put 
oo weight at a terrific ^>e«d.*’ 
UPTfNG THINGS 
With little encouragemexit. Con- 
rad started lifting things. One day 
Mr. Xvans sent the two outer sons, 
Tltomas, six. and Paul, five, to letch 
a leather suitcase which weighed 
some 14 pounds 

Conrad returned with the sultcaee. 
carrying U on one finger 8ubee- 
quently he began to lift small basket 
chairs above his head. 

Bis father bought him a junior 
siae pair of bar-bdls, and now be 
delights to show visitors bis 
strength. He is quieter and much 
lees self-aiaertlve than his sUm 
brothers, but he can look after him- 
self. 

NAMED FOR SHIP 
His middle name Serbury. Is the 
name of a ship which Mr Svans' 
grandfather. Tttomas Steed, sal- 
vaged when sailing as the skipper 
of the trawler. Hope. Be picked up 
the ship adrift without a rudder, 
and Cowed It tn to Lerwick The 
salvage moDcy enabled him u> five 
comfortably for the rest of his Ufe 
Tlie young citizen who bears the 
name ^vea promise of keeping up 
the sturdy tradltloo which It eom- 
memoratm. 

FATBCS MARINER 
The father. Aberdeen-bom Sydney 
Svans. has -been at sea In the 
Marchanc Marine for much of bu 
Ilf% Re has worksd as a seaman 
and dance heat In hotels in oetan 
Unera. 

At prasam he works as a counter 
man In a Vldacla restaurant and 
spends hla ^ere Utoc maxing Uv 
poeket-Blae S e m psoo sat his cereal, 
and wondering how long It will take 
him to grow twice as bif as his 
father. 



O NCB he was s four-pound weak- 
ling. Now Charlea Allas would 
be proud of him » although Mr. 
Adas had nothing to do with the 
iransfortnaUon. 

food, ffesh ilr and sun- 
shine are credited with building up 
three - year - ^ Conrad Serbury 
Xvans from almost nothing to a 
hefty 40-pounder who lifts bar-bells 
Kls fatber. Sydney Xvans. 736 
DlscoTcry, wbo Is as wiry as a grey- 
hound and a little shorter, can see 
nothing In Conrad’s heredity whieh 
would account for hla development. 

"We're all as thin as rails in our 
family,” hs mys In his compound 
Scottish- Yorkshire accent. 

SHORT ON WCIOBT 
Co<u«d weighed just four pounds 
at birth In Hull. Yorkshire, and doe- 



'Me. Von Brewster has beert IR 
Irtce K»S son's deoth.'* the butler 
xplolr^ed. **l don't believe he'd 
better be disturbed.'' 



"Oet Henry.” be directed the 
butler, "wnils ITn looking around 
bare.” 

Ruggles hurried out. as If glad to 
quit the place with Its harrlble 
tragedy. Wsrren made a survey of 
the Toom. The murder had bean 
coamJtlsd In a amdll anteroom thet 
led off the main stable. A door 
BOW open, led Into the stable proper 
A second door opened Into the ga- 
ragv. a third looked out onto the 
rear yard, aritb Ita flower beds and 
shrubbery The upper half of the 
door eras made of glaas. 

Warran icepped Into the yard and 
was inigMCUng the ground nearby 
when Ruggles. accompanied by two 
men. anicred the stable anteroom. 
» "This Is Henry.” the butler ex- 
plained. tndIcaUng a small, badly 
frightened IndlvlduaL Turning to 
the otfker mao. 'Hhle Is Reevaa. the 
groom. I told him you were here 
and be said be hpd somtchlnc to 
say.” 

Warran looked at iba stable mao 
q u estio n a bl y. Reeves said XX you 
don't mind, sir, Fd raibw we were 
alone.” 

Warren led the way outalde. 
Reeves went on: 

*1 hate te say It, sir, out X was 
tn the glable getting Mister Robert’s 
hoTM ready whan— iv-happaned. ( 
heard Mr. Robert cry and rushed M. 
Hairy was Juet laavlnc through this 
door Into the back yar^” 

Henry?” 

"Tea. The gardener. X hate ta 
say H, bat H looked bad.” 

’’Bamm. Walt bera a minute. 
Reeveti 1*0 talk lo yon later.” 

Warren returned ke the anteroom. 
Henry.” he said, hi’g Imve yvm 



United States funds, an increase of 
10% to Its coot. Xt is one of the 
Colonies that bas taken no drop in 
price whstever. Countries that 
Issued stamps to the 5 '• value only, 
have ?tad a much larger sale than 
thoee that Issued up to tbo II such 
as Barbados, FIJI and lilgerta. Of 
thes e the sales have coosequenUy 
been much tUglier. It h stated that 
sppraximately 300,000 sets Itsve been 
sold of Barbados and Nigeria. In- 
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Agents and locally, the latter, how- 
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est value for their tranaalmlon. but 
many art Insisting tfadi no more 
stamps be aimed lo letters other 
than wlO pay the legal postage on 
cither normal, regtstratlcm or air- 
The new edition of the Scott CM- mall transmlsskm. It wiS be a year 
ahgwe Is owt. but the prices quoted or so before a real Idea can be ob« 

fer the Silver Weddings are ne cri- talned of the vatoe of these eeu. 

terton of their actual eml. For In- but In the opinion of the writer, 
stance, the ^Ikland Islandi set U those wbo have complete sets wlS 
only quoted at Ml but try and buy eventually reap a rich harvast. 
it at Ises than S33 and yow are • • • 

doomed to dl ea ppol n tmeot. Ahe The valuta of the BuiVna set tor 
do not forget that thU priee is the DF.U. will be 3. 1%, f, Iw 13’s 



T HX controversy over the Silver 
Wedding Issuee sUU waxes hoi. 
Although the price of the oomplete 
sets still hovers around the (330 
mark, a sharp rtductkm of the price 
of certain ceis lias taken place. 
North Borneo, never a popular 
Issue, was quoted (or tome time as 
high as $23. When It becams known 
that 10,600 stts only were tent out 
for local ust and that a Chinaman 
succeeded ta buying ne lem than 
UNn as a speculaUoo and celessed 
them while the going was good, they 
took a sharp drop and are now 
quoted at around the |IS mark. This 
dost aoL of course. Include those 
rtcaOied by the Crown Agents 1 b 
L ondon for tale to dsalsri in thet 
city. .On a general analysis of eom- 
pleie seu sold, including the high 
values of aU eountries of each Ool- 
only. It works out wUh few excep- 
Mons at only around 30.000 sets of 
each. This h largely attributable 
to the fact that so many coOectors 
limit their porebases to tiM L -, 3 6 
or 3 • ralues. Ignonng the II values 
which ere always wtnoers tn the 
long run. 



You will cast about to build the 
type of vessel which wiu suit your 
enviro n ment and purposes. Thu 
seems to be Che coenmoo pattern fur 
the early stages of the boat malady 



X suggest that you start small, 
even though your long eye U set in 
the dreasoy world of 40-foot eruU- 
ere. Mine Is. too. and X have a IS- 
foot k n o c kabout set up In my rm 
backyard at the nuMnent. 



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THE DAtl.Y COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C.. SL-NDAV, OCTOBER 23 . 1040 



MAOAZIHf $<CT»OH 



MAGAZINE SiCnON 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C,. SLNUAY. QCT«.>BKR ^9 



Old Homes and Families 



Houses of History 



By J. K. Nesbitt 



coiid even mik cow*. They *er« 
DKMt at home oo bonetaack and 
often rode to Metcbosln io M« their 
old slupboard frletuU. the BUnk> 
boms and Martha Cheney. Cuiwood 
farmhouse was ala-ays fuU. A sister 
of Langford's came from England 
and she started an academy for 
young ladles nearby and her achool 
was attended by the daughters of 
Ootremor DougUs lum^lf. A sister 
of Mrs. Langfnrds came also froca 
England and In Col wood farmhouse 
she found romance and aoon waa 
married to Dr Alfred Benaon. ooe 
of the pioneer doctors of the Hud> 
son's Bay Ootnpany. 

FOUTirAL WARS 
Lai«ford by this Ume waa in pol- 
lUcs. Be sat in the AteembSy and 
did tus best to undermine the au- 
ttaorlty of the Uuascai's Bay C«a> 
paoy. Dr. Hehnckan teUa of ooe of 
the etecuoDs: "Sklnaer and Lang- 
ford went hand in hand m abuse sC 
tte Hudsoa’t Bay Ooenpany^bm 
not agalitst me. Hie day of voting 
arrived - the voting open, so ooe 
eoaU see which way the wind blew. 
In the afternoon many held back- 
whisky became not a rare thing; 
De Cowmos came down too and was 
told by Burnaby he was only fit to 
be a bootWaek. which rOed him oon- 
tMerably. Anyhow, Cooper and 1 
were elected and there was not a 
fight. After the eleeUoo. Mrs. Mc- 
Kentie gave us s )otIy good dinner ' 
flt'lLLE FR1C.ND8 
At one stage of the pollUeal game 
Langford was a candidate and sifter 
campaigning for weeks, suddenly 
withdrew. The Cokmlst of January 
5. IMO did lU best to explain: “Mr 
Langford— we sincerely regret the 
apparent stem neeessltj which has 
Or hu choice of compelled this gentleman to reslgti 



sr dear— Mary U spending 
i\l aitogethar too much Ume In 
ihe company of that .sailor. Lewis." 

Edward E. Lsngford, his feet wide 
apart to that be rolled comfortably 
With the ship, stood before his wife 
in their tiny cabin In the sailing 
vessel Tory nearly a century ago. 

Mr* Langford was not feeling 
well. The last week had been rough. 
The food was growing appallingly 
monotonous. Mrs. Langford had 
more to think of than the shipboard 
nirtatlons of her daughter Mary. 

"She was on the bridge for an 
hour with him last night; It was so 
stormy should have been In 

bed.” stormed on Lnngford. "You'll 
have to talk to her. my dear ' 

“Tell the other girls." said his 
wife. "They'U talk to her. Shell 
listen to them. WUl thU voyage 
never end?" and Mrs. Langford 
wearily put her hoad oh the pillow. 

-Those other girls are enioying It 
as much as she — they find it en- 
tertalniDg." and Lan^ord stamped 
out of the cabin. 

ROMANCE BEGINS 
The romance between Mary lAng- 
lord and Herbert George Lewis, the 
Tory's second mate, was encouraged 
by the long sea voyage and when 
the Tory reached Bsquimait ooe 
May day In IkSl tlie two were deeply 
in love. 

Father Langford was adamaoL 
There would be no marriage. No 
daughter of his would beco me the 
wife of s sailor he didn't like. In 
those days the word of a father was 
pretty much law— and so. for a time 
anyway, there was no marriage. 

Broken-hearted, angry, determined, 
Lewis sailed away and. broken- 
hearted. Mary remained at home, a 
dutiful daughter and she tried to 
forget Lewis In the exciting life of 



British Parliament Succeeded 
Ancient Rule by Kings Alone 

By WALTER HOLTON 

A TBOV8ANO yoaia ago the ment of the King Ail they had in 
/\ EhM ^ Bogla^ althoogfa b« with Brluin’a present 

bad the p o wer of making laws, ap- ^ouoe of Oommowt was that they 
pwtottisf piiigns eaaferrtQg honocs hwd becosne organlBed as a separate 
•nd decMrtng war. alwajrs consuHad group and worked apart, 
the Im portant p eople in the *nirou^Mat the eontnries the 

land two or throe times a year In a rigbu of the Oos nmo ns became more 
great eounclL Often iyt took ths nnnly wrtabMahed and the powers 
Opportunity of sPUtm the noMss and of the King dechned. Henry VTIX 
leaders of the Church, wtm usually aiM the Tudoa ^oeco Ettsabeth. both 
were wealthy, for flnsftriel aid In powerful monareba. taond tt ad- 
ntnnliM the emmuy. vleable to pay r espect to the House 

One Knglhh monarch. Kind Ed- of Oo mmoti a la accordance wttb 
ward X. fbidlnc hie eppeals (or umge they oreer entered the As- 
meoty were not MOCumfuL decided sonUy. but waMed for the Ovoudoos 
to cam hta net wider. In 130 be to approach then In the Reuse ef 
Imaed a writ to sbertfis of evesy Lnrda. 

eeantj m England eooMmodlng that ELLC BT PEOPLE 

use knights and two clttmns should Chartas Fk attempt to assert his 
prserat Ummselves at WmtaHaaUr ^^u^rty aver tin Onuomon* to Uie 
to take part In Parliament Over fxteai at enterlag the Bouse and 
7W perms a U e n dsd thk ce s mrtl . demanding the arrest ef eertala 
bold ht Wsetm taster BaU. a grey 
sms bunding which stm Mands 
etem to Britain's Bousm of Parda- 



FOWARD C. LANGfORD 



hun this tribute In The C-1 : of 

January 13. IMI. ' An old pwocer 
going home— today one of ouf old- 
est ptoneera, E. E. Langford. take<> 
hh departure with his family In 
the Pacific Mail steamer 
tor England. It Is -some eight yosn 
or over 4hce be arrived In this ooim- 
tiy. At that time there was scarcely 
a bouse built outside the fort Since 
then, as if by magic, a flourtshlug 
town has sprung up around the fort 
and the country for some dlataacv 
has become dotted with farmer*' 
oouages. Mr. Langford may there- 
fore be set down as one of our flnt 
jettiers. and what Is more, a worthy 
at»e. deserving and enjoying the good 
optmons of the enure colony. 

AN HONK8T MAN 
"During bis stay In the foioc> 
he has been at the head of the estab- 
lishment of the Puget Sound Com- 
pany and as such aided In buildid^ 
up one of the most beautiful re- 
ueats In the Country- known to 
everybody as Oohrood. Altbosgh in 
the service of the Puget Bound 
Company, which is but another self 
of the Hudson's Bay Company, be 
has never bo we d to the feudal uwgfi 
of Be local lordUngs, As an honest 
mightforward, hlgh-9frtl^ Eng- 
lish geinleiiian. he was ever found 
on the side of those sound ooneerra- 
Uve prtncipleB wtakA give character 
to the BrtUsb people the worM over 
So far as mere local political ilvl* 
tlons arc oaBcemed. he was s Re- 
former. and Reformer here only 
means a supporter of Ume-honoreO 
usages as oomrasted with the pohev 
ot a feudal oorporatlon. With *be 
honor, then, of being one <>f ;ne 
first secticTa. hlstcry must who as- 
cribe to him the honor of being ooe 
of our first Reformers." 

EOS M YEARS 

For more than M yean Osr-— <r. 
Langford lived in Victoria ami kepi 
In touch with the VlctorU he hsd 
loved through his daughter, klary 
DOW happUy married as Mrs. Her- 
bert Oeorge Lewis. She and her 
husband ihed on Belleville Street 
sod became w^-known and much- 
loved reiudeau. 

April 21. IMS, The Oolooist an- 
nounced: “Mrs H. O. Lrwu has J\m 
received news of the death of hcv 
father. S B. Langford, aged M. t ho 
came to this provinoe 'then eolooy* 
IB the Hodsoa’s Bay Oompany rhedf. 
tervd -vcMri Tory in tWl. H# leaves 
an only son. George Richard, and 
tour daughiert. The former was 
bom tn Governor Blanstard's house, 
where the Adelpka Bkrk now stands 
Mr Langford came to Vancouver 
Islaiid and establisbed a farm at 
Colwood. now cahed Langford 
Plains " 



of The British Porlwmwot perhop* better tomvn os th* Houw of Lords 
I tvnh bor^ of the R«ver ot Westmiruter w.th the Westmmster 

re ihows Mouse of Lords orwj Viciorwj To«ver ortd the House of Commorw 
ond Btg 6«r> 



CArr. AND MRS. H. G. LEWIS— fother dhopp«Wvtd 



board. She hsd a piano with her, 
was plstln looking, wore curls and 
squinted." 

C'OMr.ANY FARM 
Langford ratnc here to establish 
a farm for the Puget Sound Com- 
psmy. which was affiliated with the 
all-powerful Hudson's Bay Company. 
He was susne connection of Gover- 
nor Richard Blanahard and the 
'governm hUneetf met the Langford 
party and look them to his home, 
for Mrs. Langford waa close to labor 
and a few days after her arrival she 
bore s son In the governor's home. 

Blanshard was unhappy here. He 
and James Douglas did not hit H 
off. Blanshard constantly was In 
argument with Ihe Hodson’s Bay 
Company. Boon he found he had 
Langford on his side. Langford be- 
came determined to do what he 
could to clip the wings of "the com- 
pany." 

EARLY TROl'Bl.ES 
Dr. J. S. Helmcken, In his reml- 
oiscenes. gives highlights of the 
coldness that existed between Lang- 
ford, Blanshard and others aitd the 
company. He wrote of Langford's 
dbaike of the H.BC ; “No doubt 
Governor Blanshard urged and per- 
haps originated s good deal of this." 
Of Blanshard and his grumbttngs. 
Helmcken said; “He was ably backed 
by the psrion Sutnes, Tales, Cooper. 
Dr. Benson, the Langfords, the 
Skhiners, and others. Langford 
was in some way a connection of 
Blanshard- -the latter hated the 
H.B.C. for some reason or other — 
he was in fact a dimppohited man. 
He soon found that although gov- 
ernor. Mr Douglas had all the 
power— In fact, Blanshard had been 
in malarkHu countries — smoked a 
great deal and had to take morphine 
for his attacks and so. being In bad 
health, was a pcasImUt and blamed 
the condJUoD of things, a hen In fact 
the drawback was Ids own health " 

NAMING A HOME 
Meanwhile, Langford had started 
Colwood Pam and built a low, 
rambling borne for his wife and fam- 



the avQ War to Brttaln to the Itlh 
eastury. After taSs esecutkia a pertod 
oE rule by ParUamefit atosw. under 
Oliwer CrosweU, foUowad. 

UDder Cromwell the House of 
O o mmon s pa sard throsigh a stormy 
pertod. Zt was reduced by expulstons 
to some tSR Bcmbera, soosEt of whom 
vtahed to abohsfa the nghts of 
property ownen and the Ctwrch. 
Cro m we l l, more tolerant, grew angry 
with their demaoM dbonlased them 
and decidod to rule wtthout Par- 
UamoBl. Re declared himself Pto- 
taetor. govemtog the ctnmtiy with 
a mainly mUttary amembly Never- 
thaieei. R was Cromwell’s eoostant 
ijailri to gover u by Parllamem. and 
ba was prepaxlog to form one when 
Iw died to IMR. A year lator the m- 
Usmbrn of PaTUameot te tun e d 
wRh thalr Bpaaker to their saau to 
the Rouee of Co mm on s. 

BILL or RIGHTS 

Tto strengthen tha p owe r ef the 
people clmrton granting privileges 
and righu were psmed, notatafy the 
BUI at Rights, upon which d»c Oost- 
stttMClcc of BrRato ever linee has 
bMD based. No taxation cooW be 
tmpeaed wnhowt the conarat of 
tito Rouse ef Commona. and the 
Ktng eo«M MS rmpenil sav law. 
Queen Anne to the lith ecnuixy 
waa the tost mo na r ch to BrRatn to 
rafuat ament to a WU pamed by Its 
ParUatooDL 



- anush ocoetei r a s tmr * N» 

FOR THE FIRST TIME %*nce before the wor. The 
Sso«c OperUf^ of P or liormnt by the King will be 
fully cecemOTMl, with Their Morestias weoring 
crowns oryf robes. The temporory Mosne of Com- 
morvs Chamber looking to wor d s Speokar's Choir. 



Gtobbitos Hos Hig Gosit 
fills Moltg Htwi Drgom 



THE LANGFORD HOME ot Colwood 



ante 



FLORA LANGFORD 



from the field on ihe very ewe of 
Section, and with c« rtaln victory 
before him. Despite the on ge neroui 
things said ef Mm lately by false, 
and fickle friends, we be l ieve him to 
be fully deserving the reapondblUty, 
confidence and suffrage of the elec- 
tors. In the absence of explanation. 
It h useless to speculate on the 
raase of Mr. Langford** retirement, 
bat we shah cherish the hope ef 
seeing hhn in the Legislattwe ‘an- 
other day*-" 

If Mr. Langford didn’t approve 
Lewis as a husband for his daughter 
Bdary. be evidently gave parental 
blessing to U>e marriage of daughter 
Emms, as noted In TTie Colonist of 
February 14. 1860: “On the Ttb Inst, 
at Colwood. by the Bishop of Co- 
lumbia. John A. Bun, master. RJ4„ 
BMB. Plumper, to Emma, third 
daughter of Edward E Langford. 

b»q* 

TTwre Is no record of it today, 
but we can arell Imagine the fesau 
Inf and the merriment that went 
on at Colwood that day. But Joy 
was not for kmg. In the Autumn 
of that year young Bull died. 

BACK TO ENGLA.VD 

After a mure or lem lurbuieot 
decade^ here, lighung the Hudson's 
Bay Company. Lastoford decided to 
return to England. He bad become 
a clom fzSend of Amor de Ooamoa, 
edUor of The OotanlsL When lAng- 
feed was leaving De C«amoa paid 



homesite may have been guided by 
the be&aty at the Ume at that sec- 
tion. Today we can gUmpse some- 
thing of Its old-worW lovritnem In 
the fatrways of the Ootweod golf 
eoutw." 

AT COLWOOD HOl’SE 
There were gay times at Colwood 
House, though the girls had their 
chores to do and helped with the 
baking sod the hou.wkeeplng and 



this new land. She rode Into the 
country and danced at balls oo the 
quarterdecks of British warships 
and yet somehow she could not quite 
forget and she vowed she would 
marry no but Herbert George 
Levis. 

LOVER COMES BACK. 

It IS said that Lewis stayed away 
from Viciona more than ten years. 
r«iiint the Seven Seas, trytag also 
to forget, to exotic, far-away ports, 
a certain young lady whom he had 
courted at sea. And then, tt Is 
»id. be came back to Vkrtoiia. years 
later, hoptng that perhaps Mr Lang- 
ford bad changed hks mind and 
that Mary was stlU In love wttb 
him and that they could be mar- 
ried. But when he did return be 
found her gone back to England. 
And so be went to Engiand and 
found her and they were married 
and came bock to Victoria to Use. 

The Tory brought many noted 
ptonerrs to Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. 
Bttnkhorn and their niece. Martha 
Cheney 'later Mm. H. B, Mia), were 
aboard, os was young W J. Mae- 
donsld. later to be a mayor of Vlc- 
borla and senator; ths 

lAngford T«*"Oy — fgibet and awther 
end Ove daughters. Years later Mr. 
Macdonald, to bis memoirs. wroU 
“TTie Langfords brought a m asti f f 
dog and a goat on board." Captato 
Duncan was the master. Macdon- 
ald wrote: "Re bad Ms wife on 



cliff, exactly 18,731 feet above a 
ruglrw sea. He always rushed at 
your unele and tried to dash him 
to death on the rocks below. His 
arms were like steel, fats breath 
mieOed of eoeoa. and the strugglr 
was none. 

WKh no sound but our heavy 
and ths cracking of sin- 
ews we would sway together within 
an toeh of doom. Just when your 
McJe was about to lose the battle 
tto would r e t p emhe r the man's ewak- 
nem and shoui, 'Have a ehoeky 
cnmdiT" 

The man would release Ms grip 
sad ttt down and eat the ctao^y 
crqpch. the last bK available, m it 
happmnrt 

Bat as soon as he had finished It 
he would rmh at your uncle again. 
se ronger than before, and smeUtng 



THIS wax's covet 



At the last Bomcm the lorry wss 
always seen whiHtog down the 
vln0ag road at exactly 889.8 miles 
an hour. 

Sgho wae driving Itf Faithful 
josR. What was in ttt Reamve 
rgr****" vt chocky enmeh. Would 
R gc< to the ehlf edge to Ume? 

Wont problem ef aXL would spies 
have replaoed the chocky crunch 
with toftee. baled by the rod-eyed 
man because be wean Government 
dentures.— IxtodoQ Kxprem Serviee 



APPRAISERS AND 
AUCTlONEffRS 

Maynord & Sons 

71 ) Jekmem Sit) 



wc. arctai*M ra*<** 



bmamds. The bailer. JenJanr. 
ttaadf tremWfag ef All f>de. 



particularly the lost ooe. 

Mom of the Sumnwr your Uocie 













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ft floiuui 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C.. UCTUb b R li, ISM9 

Crop* Akoo^ o^ Tim* 



MAOAZiNl itCrVOH 



Construction, Use of Cold Frame 



(C«a 4W*4 (M* • Mk* »f a 
AAamM. aWVL. 

M ■■■>■!< Wt UW TteWM 



T BI cm eocMldmtiiicis tor 
bttlidM • mW tmar ar«: («> 
ihit ta UatM Id anaU 
(»r<WiM bat » )i taporunt to horr 
food u gfct all day; ibi pcou e tto fl - 
a Dotural wtndbrralf Meb m a 
or foDoo la a groat ladp. 
CB> treat do not bottd Id a loea- 
(ton hartof a eoM air poefcri; id> 
itninagr a •pot wherr water 

dooa DO* ocatoM a Wtatar; 4«) m- 
poouro— CacM •oUth or aovUMaat 
D protorabla. 

€X>N«T>CCriON 
CcMtraetlon la largaly a aattor 
of ingODtotg and avallaMt mainial. 
Two-Bkoh oodar pto nfctng la a good 

avMtattC RMDombrr that mn 
oedar wiB rot brtow grouDd laoci 
aod weh iurfacoa •lieold br pro* 
taecod wHh a wood preoarraOvo OU 
paint p rondaa aottlelrnt protoetkn 
above ground. Dbaanakata wlU hare 
to aimmmortatr tba atata boing uaod. 
Standard eold'CrasM «aab are t ft. 
w^ and • ft. hxic (elder Mb are 
111 CU. Tho front h yaaa n y g to 
U toebaa high, the back Cron U to 
li toabM. and far ganaral work. < 
toot botwoen front and back. Lonetb 
win be a OMdUpla of tba aaab wMUt 
and win depend « bow aaaay laob 
are mad. A bar. naming trecn 
front to book.' la dropped tote toou 
an tbo top edgoa at tba point wbore 
two aaab meet. lliJa mmf anally be 
removed for dlggtng er planUng 
FraoMe may alao be made of eon* 
erete and brick with tho advaolage 
Of durability, but the dbadvantage 
of ttaowvatatUty. For apuelAl p«r- 
poaaa. aneb aa rooting euOtagf. 
tramm nay be made lam high, 
wtildb meaiw batter Ugbt aod laaa 
almdow Crom the trama Itaatf ’Hidre 



aro Moy glaaa mbatinuai available 
far eowM tbr mah. but tbaae are 
ae Hgbt aaow p reea uU on CMiat 
be tahoa to prevent them babig 
btowB oO by the erind. 

manaoemekt 

Waierlnc la very boperUat and 
torgely a mauer of coenmon eaoae. 
When rooting eouiog in bet 
weather, ayrtage at laaat throe Umaa 
a day and atmde the glaaa. Fenttla* 
tton edU tnereaet aa the taae cn ad* 
raooaa aod dacrcaae aa the weather 
baeatnea ooldar. tonaD plccoa ef 
wood. % zlil inrhaa, are uaed to 
prop (to the mah. and they give a 
vartocy of epeettnga Thaco are 
smay methoda of protecting a frame 
from freat. (l> burlap— two Udek^ 
oaaaaa of aacklng. (S> heavy eovera: 
(|) two thi cknea a e a of tarpaper; 
<4> ttraw (reed er ruah) mate. (For 
a amaU frame an old floor mat, a 
bod eomfortcr. or a two-loch eot 
maitreaa "«^r be uaed. — Bd.). In a 
toot oonduetod laat Winter. amaU 
jeta of water played fan-ahapM over 
the gbiM at the rmu ef els gaDona 
par boor, proved very etfecUva At 
t pjn. the toaparature waa X de* 
grem inaMe the frame and X de* 
grow outakto. At mid n i g ht. X de* 
groaa Inatde (up I degree) and 1# de* 
greea outetdai A cheek frame akiog*< 
etde reglatered 17 dagrem loalde 
wbm Id degr e ae ouCaXt. 

■EATING 

A eold frame la maanflaMy a glaei* 
covered atruetora bmtad aolaly by 
tiM run. Some vag ato blaa need a 
leng-growtog partod. and to ma- 
ture to our Dormai eaaao n . mma 
(mm of booat muat be ctvwn. Tbia 
waa formerly aecompUabad by mak* 
tog a bot-bod with freah manorv 
and the frame over li. To- 

day a moeb more ample mothod la 
to imtall aa liaetric haaUng eabfa. 



For a Winter Herb Garden 





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CMiwts / Mmr 

T ub Winaer mootha naadnl da* 
prtvo Mtyeoa ad garden eeodl- 
maaita. tar a barb ganton eao be 
gro w n In the kitchan ar 

tfMVOOMv 

Bmta ean ba grown almoet any* 
wloao. Onea Ihay are wefl aaiab* 
Itohad thay naad ttUla eara. How- 
ever, for a kitehan wtndow barb 
garden during the Wintar tt la 
mtoa to gat poitad planta of aaga. 
paraley. ehlvea, thyme, mint, tarra- 
gon or rage 

A pracuoal dWertmont of 

kltehm berbe la tbown growing in 
a kltcban wtndow in tbo aeoom* 
panyM Oardan-Oraph. Soma foUa 
wtn want to add a pot of rom 
formnium. and porbapa ene or two 
oUmr If epaoe permtta. or there are 
other aonny wtndow alia which aan 
be uUUaad. 

Tba poto to ba uaad tar a kitchen 
barb garden abimld be thiea-inch 
Oar If you wlab you eao paint tba 
aotalda of Urn poto a eetar which 
wia harmoniaa with tba eoior 
eebame of the latohan 
The frrnh leavaa gf aagv ean be 
med to flavor tapa a t v - eottage 
oheeNO end picktaa. Whm dried 
they bavp toaa at iaaa nn i n g. 

Faralw V' altonet btfri iriuhli in 
the kttriaa. tt ahotod b* kM wall 
ptebid to pravatii aaedtog. 

Tbt graeo toavee of ehtvia have 
an anton flavor and are uaod to 
aoupE othtda eottage Oinn . amal* 
•to and mndwtohaa. 

Tba freah or dviad toavoa ef thyme 
ace uaeful tar flawing many dlOi m 
Tttyme, mCnt aod tarragon may 
need to ba out back whan pouad 



Tbto increaaae iba ecope of the 
frame and la aacy tor the amateur 
to bandla. Another method la by 
, oaam or bot-water ptoc* run froce 
tba bouae or gramhouae 

COLfr-FEAMS CEOFb 

> eropa aih *o^ about the 
tlrat week to April Parennlah, 
mch ae par^lra. vtolaa. pyrethmm. 
etc., are aown a Saptamber. Zhir- 
tog the Spring a frame la uaod for 
the meimtial fab of bantanlng-ufr 
planta Martad In beat, thto li ac- 
eoapUahad by a gradual Incraaec In 
ventUalioo tmtil the planto have oo 
protection and are that ready for 
the Held. Framee are not uaed nearly 
ae much aa they abould be fore- 
ttx er opa ouielde of thetfnonnal 
laaaon. Sown to October, win ma- 
ture to April Carrou. aow to Feb- 
ruary ^Ameterdam forcing or 
Mantce* for an April crop. Alwaya 
•elaet abort-lop varlctlea (or forc- 
ing out of acaaon; the aao»e appUce 
to radlab. Ftw eowtog to October 
uaa Scarlet Okibe radiata or French 
Breakfast. Tunitpe need quick- 
growing oeodlUons .which we lack 
bare and ihle accounto for the poev 
erop Auguat outdoor eowing a come 
to from October to December. A 
eold*frama lowing to February gtvee 
a good crop of early Utmipe for 
Bprtag Dwarf beana are town to 
March and mature much eartler 
than outside aowloga. Cauliflower 
do well to franee; eow Early Snow- 
baD about the middle of September, 
traneplant outalda to March, keap- 
mg cool an the Winter. Melona and 
cucumbers are started In heat, ear- 
riad along in pots, and transplanted 
to the frame when tba lettuce erop 
la over. In a teat on Bprtng-ftowa^' 
tog bufla. tultpa have bean cut 13 
to U days ahead of fleld plantings 
aod narelml averaged a week ahead 
A low frame may be uaad aa a cut- 
tlng-bos. emedally by tboaa not 
havtog a sreU-ealabllshad garden 
and who wlah to root many of the 
flowarlng ahmba and meigieene 




OAFfOOa TYFfS d(Her chiefly to »•*• of tnsopto 

Poetic Daffodil Is Easiest 
Fall Bulb for the Beginner 

V AOex of the bulbs Brecdors have long sought to pro- 

wl Dlantad to Uw Fall are ihoee duce “pink daflodlk." and a to* 



iVl planted to the Fall are ihoee 
tovely ftovlng flowvs which have 
three fanquUa. 

narelml. Call them by eltber name 
and you wUl be oorract for all prac- 
tteal and poetic purpoaea. The poete 
seam to prafer the first two, and the 
botanists UM the last. 

The flowsrs Inspire the poets, be- 
cause they are true heralds ef 
Spring, blcneofntng eoon after the 
ground thaws, the first large bkn- 
In the garden. Of all Fall 
bulbs they are probably the ea i lea 
for the amateurs to grow.' They 
bloom each Spring tor many years 
without rrplantlng. and with snmU 
attention Many types mulUpty 
until they crowd, when they should 
be lifted, divided and replanted over 
a larger area. 

VAElEfr TVPBk 
The principal difference between 
the kypee la to the sis* of the 
trumpets, which vary from the large 
trumpet varleUea. which, when well 
grown, rtm tsro feet high with flow- 
ers six Inches acrom and trumpets 
three Inchee loog. to the poeUcus 
type whcee trumpets are mere cups. 
uenaUy of bright rod. 

^brld varieties between tbee r ex- 
tramm have trumpets of varying 
atoas. While large trumpets are so 
, tar limited to eotar to white and 
yellow, there are medium trumpet 
varietim which have red aad orsuige 
tnuitoeu. combined with white or 
yellow petals, to vivid centrast. 



Breeders have long sought to pro- 
duce “|dnk daffodils.** aad a few 
varleum have becn^ introduced 
which have trumpets* faintly suf- 
fused with pink when grown in 
greenhousm. or to shady places out- 
dooca. But this ecdor (adm qulrkljr' 
to the sun. 

LITTLE ATTE.STION 

r*e ff«v|(i« thrive to woods, where 
they can be naVurallaed and grow 
with little attention. They Ukr to 
ne frtlT at the feet of shrubs, pr under 
from, where they blomom before the 
leaves out to loeatlans which 

ua in Che sun, but later will 
be shaded. * They are aektam lifted 
oftener than once to three years 
But never plant them where their 
foliage wlU be cut off before It turns 
yellow, which todicatca that a new 
bulb has been formed and has 
matured. 

Some of them are delightfully 
fragrant. They are ideal cut flowers, 
as Is shown by the quantities of daf- 
fodils forced and sold by floruu 
each Winter. The trumpet varioties 
are easily grown as bourn planU. 
provided only that the atmosphere 
It not too dry. In which case bud« 
often blaa. 

The sooner daffodils are planted 
to tho FaU the better; It gives them 
mors time to saake roots and be- 
come eetablishod In the new location 
before the frecse-up. *niey need 
this time, becaum they blotoom so 
early to the Spring, they have little 
tl"*e to grow then, after the ground 
thasn out 



' Red Emperor Tulip s ^ 

laryesi ^mosi BriUmniT ulip - 

The warm, so^r smowers are faiung 

From ARRfL*S CLOUDY SK/ES: 

Tre lovely blooms of Tul/ps 
Sh/ne outthe/r br/ght SURPR/SE 



Keep the paUod hosts oool. moist 
siM shaded for a f«« days until m- 
tebUshed. bMore brtogtoc to the 
sunny window. Spray foliage with 
etaar water one* a week. 



Superphosphate 
In Fertilizers 

Xn recent exportomou wuh %o- 
saato planto and roughage eropa. 
rmponoa to uoo of amnure and phoo- 
pfroroas woro imtvmally better 
wtMD tho two amterlab were plaeed 
A the soil together than when ap- 
pQad soparataly 

This was partleularty true on 
ttlgh plMMphiviMa fixing ootls, state 
agronomists of (be XTntvanlty of 
Vsramnt. They okpiaiii that when 
•operphoephato la added to manure 
a torga porlton ef the pbosphato re- 
verts to iri-oaletuA In dotog so 
tt predpttotm out to a vary ftoOy- 
divtdod oondttton which, to tbs 
prooenoe of carbonic a«id psoduoad 
acOv^ In BtoDura. baeoram highly 
aeaUahlo to aoat ptonto 

Mixing of ouperphotoibau with 
barnyard laanure also raduooa plant 
tood faea through ovnporattoa af 
ttgiad. Stahle odofs are reduced 
^ ataaosptfaB of gaom by the supor- 
pbaphatoH porous graouloa. A 
Aod^ supotphotoihato tor am with 
manure Is made to Canada under 
the trade naam “Buble-Phoa.* 




aMe sf takps a set haowa, but by lb* md •( lbs IMb omimy wwv 
Hohmd 1>»romb tbe «»«mi*s tte DOeb borticvkunei* bsw dwalopw) m asta 
Tbsfv sie Omfa dcmble mrfr talfas wbicb kowsr M mrly Mm- k 

lonj * Dsrwm tubps wbicb ntowl tbe Soweriag tm ant i sadI 

»• tad Bxaedw lubps srs MUsnaiag typm wb«b toww hse a toe mnag 

a ■■fTitotml lUd Eaparor, toeaaie tbe buds M igialag »m 

It lasg sad mamw bdtomu red towen. Oac la tm metos acrom 

Mww nw— tost • rich. Ictohle. watt-dcatae d ead wtk prodase to* bea lee 
af aufa below each bulh Fhm m mebm dem md us wches spaK. Never ptoat 
pOtt. mteM yea remeve aad raphe* wkb fr ato rich loam 





ruli U.Mi.V COLO -NIST. \ ICTOKIA. B.C . SUNDAY. CKTOHKR 23. \'^ 



MAGAZINt SCCTIOH 



Queen Anne Desk 



Saanich Resident Possessor 
Of an Interesting Old Piece 

By G. E. MORTIMORE 

Ato WUUam Oregory ever mont of a S debt, when br was a 
Htm tnmt to banks, he eao soMcttor to Wootoo • under - Edge. 
A own • Olouemter. TTie secret drawers. im> 

inmarw at The Oraimr on fortunately, wore empty, but Capt 

0«,»T uu«k. K 

nm of a tjueon Anne wm- othms extol to tho depths of the old 

built by cunning craftsmen ^oA 

ays when no man’s money This pleee to one of several aa- 

tiqfum whleh have found a aow 
•critotre. made of tolaW to the big bourn overlooking 

walnut, has arveral aecret 

tnnoomtt - looking Others are Beppelwhiw ehalrs. 
od ptgroo holm whleh slide wtth origtnal leather oovors and 
the touch ef the who eabliiiharir pattern, a Oeorgian ma- 
hogany sideboard, a SOb-year-old 

, . . . . _ fiTppvT milk from Holland, and 

r tho drawers are deep and k. irtne 

with just enough width to •'*?*"“*"* ^ ^ 

:hs of gold guineas. Others Charim n 

made to hold valuable Tbe doeumeni. engraved by one 

of the King's writers to fine coppm- 

ro SETTLE DEBT -CltoTlm H." to wofdod aa fonows; 

iiolre years ago ^ deliver unto the Bearer one 

fat buck of this season, and for m 

dohto this ^1 *11 be your Warrant. 
Given at our Court at Whitehall 
this 17th day of June. 1664.** 

IN KING’S HAND 
The mMav« is addrmeed to the 
King's own sprawling hand "To the 
Ranger and Kaepm of our Parkm 
at Woodstodm." 

It came into Capt. Oregory’s poe- 
nnminn thmugh a relation, Arthur 
Roberta, oho was steward of Wind- 
sor Castle to Queen Victoria s day. 

IniUaUve to a tight spot gained 
the steward's poet for Mr Roberts. 
Capt, Gregory relatm. Mr Roberts, 
a solicitor to London, answered an 
advertisement for a castle steward. 
Tvt made an appointment with 
Prince Albert. 

He missed hto train at Paddington 
Station, aod persuaded the statlan 
to send hi« to Wlnosor for 
a fee. aboard a special train on 
which he was the passenger. 

When he ^toioglmd to Prinoc 
Albert for being late, the Prince 
Oonaort enquired; *Tlow did you get 
here 7" 

Mr Roberu told him that be had 
hired a *topectal “ 

"Good.” mid the prlnec. who had 
received mveral other appHcatlons. 
"TouYe the man I want.** 

FATHEK dOunroK 
Cape Gregory's lather, also a ao- 
Uettor, decided to take Holy Orders. 
He came to Tlclorla as a art slant to 
pioneer Bishop HIUs. 

After socoe time, however, hto eye- 
sight began to fall, and he rcturnad 



Frogmen Tak( 
\A/recl< Shots 



HEFFCLWHITI CHAIES Book the embroMtorsd coot-of-Ofon of Owisl's Hospltol. Copt Grepoor^» o PupH 
th* (omous "0lu*eoot School," to now one of povemora Fumitvire to M hto pijest house. THt Gronpe, e** 

Mount Newton Crosvood- 



A new technique to underwater 
cinepbotography has been developed 
by the Admiralty for obtaining 
graphic records of submerged 
wrecks, submarinm, parts of ships, 
fish mid other forms of m a r i n e Ulr. 

A technique to developed from the 
“frogman" method of dlvtog, srltU 
a self-contained breathing appar- 
atus and weblike rubber shoes, used 
during the war. Unlike dlven with 
atr lince and weighted sulta. theee 
freestyle dWers do not stir up mud 
but swim like fish and laav* the 
water clear. Tbla enablea them to 
siAlk fish with a camera. They have 
proved they can take effective mo- 
tion picturm by daylight down to 
IW feet to reasonably claar waters. 

Sponsored by the Admiralty de- 
partments of the director of boom 
defence and the director of physical 
rmearch. a small team of dlven 
carried out trials to the Mediter- 
ranean towards the end of tost year 
and early thin year. 8o pfaturasque 
were the rrnulu that the sbote they 
brought back were handed to the 
Crown Film Unit for welding Into 
a film feature to be issued to Britain 
this month through the Central Of- 
fice of Information under the title, 
"Wondm of the Deep.** 



VO Kngland to 18fl» to seek a special- 
M's attention aod a leu demanding 
poauon 

Capt Gregory, then alght years 
old. did not ride to a carriage «lUi 
the rest of the family. Re rode on 
top of a load of hay driven by one 
Jack Thompson, eight yean hto 
Motor. 

Subsequently be went to sea Be 
spent five yean to sail on the barque 
Arabells. the Hombp Castle, aod as 
second mate oo th« silver Stream, 
ships engaged to the Australian wool 
trade 

SAILS WITH MAIL 

Aboard tbe Benvorllcb of Leith 
be aaUed for the Japanese Govern- 
meet with tbe Shanghai mail, be- 
tween «K«ng h*i snd Yokahama On 
one trip the ship almost ran fool of 
the Russian fleet, which was Masted 
to pieces by Admiral Togo next day 
In the Battle of Tsushima. 

Two yean ago Capt Gregory re- 
turned to Victoria and acquired The 
Orange. One of the fira people be 
met was his neighbor, the farmer 
who drove the hay esut on wMcb 
be made hto exit, omrly W yean 
before 



TTAtSlHG WOOD a now the |ob of fhese Franch boyonen. weed • 
Fronco-Prueston wor. Capt. Geepory hondtos tong* w»od* ’ 
boyonetx. Ai hto feet to e boyonet-po(k»» ond a bovonel- shovel, tot 
on o 300-yoor-old Dutch tnllV poll, oorved with eooto-c-f-omw 
omo'vwrrtol fiQiKet. 



By 

J. T. G. WILLIAMSON 



seems to have been a move to tbe 
ri^t direetloo because oo July 1$ 
fint mention is made of a ^Ight on 
Race Rodu and another oo FU- 
guard Island. Bequlmalt. TTie British 
Oovenunent was to provide the lan- 
terns Tbe cost would be PMO— 
payable by B.C. and Vancouver 
laland. half by British Government. 
Vancouver Island Colony's share 
would be £1,750 

LEVY ON 8HITS 

It wss oonsiderod the only way to 
ratoe the money erould be by duw 
on ship! or by direct tithe, both of 
whleh would be none too popular. 
However, to the cod. Racc Rocks 
got lU light. 

In February, IMO. a Free Port was 
proclaimed by Order of Queen Vkr- 
torla through her Secretary for the 
Colonies. 

TTils acems to have ushered to s 
golden age tor the town and harbor. 
In 1 M 6 the value of port trade rose 
te Il4t47* for the year— a good 
figure tor those days. 

By this time Victoria was aetnb- 
Itobed as the ffrst port of BG. Its 
greet rival Bsqulmalt was sUU ta king 
the biggea ihipa The harbor vas 
not dredged for some years but the 
Gorge eanal never wae made 



T he 8e. Commodore left San 
Francisoo April X. ISM. bound 
for Victoria with 460 paseeogers 
‘nus was at tha begtoning of the 
gold rush and the opening of Vk- 
UHla as a deepeea port. 

It was not man that made Vic- 
toria a port by careful plan and 
drvaopment. but circumstances that 
gavs (he harbor, which until only a 
few yean before had been known as 
Camosun. Importance. 

On August 6 Ih the same year. 46 
ships were reported bound from San 
Franclaco to Victoria. Bocoe went to 
Esquimau but a large proportkm 
nosed their way into Victoria's wind- 
ing waterway. TTiat year the port 
was crammed with ships where In- 
dian canoea or the occeslnnal Hud- 
son's Bay ship had navigated 
TEOCBLE BEGINS 
TTmo trouble began — mud and 
silt. A reeolutlon was tabled In the 
Legistoture on August IS. 1156. that 
tbe inner bay be opened to shipping 
and that steps be taken to clear mud 
from important places and build a 
new bridge across the harbor, with 
a swtog span for shipa. At the same 
time mention waa made of a canal 
from the Gorge to Bsqulmalt Harbor 
to permit pasmge of tighten and 



tn^l crMt between the two ports 
by a sheltered Inland waterway 
rather than the open sea. 

By tbe ctoee of lEM Esquimalt had 
the edge oo Victoria for all craft 
drawing over 17 feet of water. 
Freight bad to be lightered around 
to Victoria, creating eddttional ax- 
pense. Cause — silt aod mud. The 
Cokmy bad no money. 

F1RET COMMISSION 

In January IXe a oommLsaloa was 
set lip to ptod 4 bridge at KUis Point, 
improve the harbor and build the 
Gorge canal aod increase wharfage 
ss two steamers and one sailing ship 
apparently were all that could be 
berthed at one place. 

By March of that year the lint 
detailed survey of the harbor waa 
made by Captain Richards of HMB- 
Plumpcr. There w^ ID wUJ toward 
the Ootemment over lie lack of 
action. 

In May the Oovemor of the Colony 
suggeetsd putting buoys in the har- 
bor ae • safeguard, but the Legla- 
lature had no funds and the east 
wanld hart been aboot MM. Baw~ 
svsr baa coni ware plaeed on stra- 
tegic rocks at the sotranae. *nda 



SfCtfT DEAWCES of o writing desk of the Quatn Aone p#f«>d or# 
opened by the desk's own#*. O^oin Gregory. Top, pone* opens oe 
lor^ flof drower Top csrWi*. Copt Gregory pulls out drowers hidden 
behind pigeon-ho*e fromework. which Kos bee" removed ond plocad w 
desk, bottom centre Bottom left, 'guineo drower" far gold eolne. 







THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C, SUNDAY. OC fUBLK U, 1949 



MAfiAllNI UCT»ON 



MAGA2INI SfCTKm 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1949 



Let^s Talk 
About Trees 



Victoria Aviarist Has a Melodious 
Collection of Feathered Songsters 

By GORDON FORBES 

BS bocM of Ptroy W. Smooiby. vhicb b « rtpe old i<« becaaoc 
U4t OocnMcy Stroct. vbo oper> Mcta ymt of o Mrtl't life equals 
one of Victoria “e )art«at aviarloe. about ef(ht jean of bmnan life. 
ttetij oat of bounda to aS eata. ruDING rORMlXA 

3T the sale of ibe safety of bis Here'a a tip from the *^yor of 
roller ea&arlos. Mr. taooiby Blrdrllk.*’ "Doat o rerfeed yoar 
a DO ehaocea Be baa a Pefc- ^Ird. Meet persona do." He atataa 
m doff. bowerer. bat >t la blind U»a canary U a seed-eaUnc 

la no Bianaoe to 'Mr. Bmootby a ^rd and the two bmt aeeda to feed 
red tatrda. them are *0 per cent canary and 

itiTe ta canary brwdlnd Ice M 40 per cent s weet rape, 
s, Mr. Saaootby la known te loo many btrda die throiaib 

tp aa *"1%# Mayor ef BtrdrlUa,* nTarttnitnam In feedinc." declared 
:b la situated tn tba tauwUiys' SOBoethy. "Always rcmambrr 

ment. Bis duUaa are mueb tbe roUes oo yoo. One day 

e as a mayor»to let* aftm tbe without water and food win put 
are of tbe Utbabttanu. Bow* canary off lU amc * 

, ibere la one nt a tii dlffcreDoe. 71>e * aa yor" baa many from 
that la that ail dUaana of Bird* knwrs what their canaries are 

are eooicnIaiL OMOlUxtc- Raaaoo foe this, be a> 

saow BCAPON plaiaa. b that while tbe bbd b 

M many bouaae Id BtrdviDe at mpoiunc a bf of aoercT b belaa 

of yvof ore with used up In produclnc new fcatbers. 

rtty. (or tba b e ttnn l n f of Oct^ H«»ce tbo lack of aonc- 

b the start of tbo year for amoo t^ p eeeerlbaa a tttUe extra 

hriee. Pr ea d are an atartb« mw bod tartag tbe moulUnc period, 

rain their blztb foe fmtbeomli« A Ibtb bard-bellod en or tome 

mm where they win be )udr«l CecmUH food b r»d. Do not civ* 

‘^mfamon of male." Tbe Tuor bbd a lot of frem stuff. A 

yor" b waltlnc tba arriral of ^ ^ orance 

wnaiim from w»^ i«tw4 ‘ntey ones a week b better, aceordlnc 

be traneperted by air ezpreca b Smoottay. Ooeerinc tbe 

tbetr pasaaft was as bird's eage at nlfbt also b moat bn* 

M AprlL wffl POTtast, be aays, baeanaa a eanary 

; m NoT«ber for Winter eeci- I* always oo Its lees and oeeda rest. 

, Seattle. Vancouver ***<< Vic* Bunana can tie down or dt, bat not 

canariea 

kf roUar eauu7. with Ita tow. bUTINO A CANAbT 

meltow tonee and roQe, b the Wbmi boyloff a Wrd. don’t ebooee 
■taat aoDCblrd of all, to tba opto* color to p^crenet te aonc. Mr. 

3f Mr. Smootby. The birds are teoethy advbae. Tbo bast rollers 

rn to have ttved II te M years, are of a green tint, bred from tbe 



One ef o seriet of ihert ' 
obout Srttlsh Columbio 
I from rhe files of tfw Provinc*' 
Forestry Deportment 

^ By FRED McNEIL 

Ponderosa pine <Plnus pcei>r.M& 
also knosm aa western yell p.n - 
bull pine, yellow pine, B < psoe. 
Jack pine, is found In South Cen.raJ 
British Colombia In tbe try sra' 
Ordinarily it reacbea a be^-u uT T6 
to 10 fecL but may grow b.Sh 
as 1?0 feet under favorabl.- rm- 
dltloaa Tbe tnmfc la atralgh' and 
nsually clear of branches lor use : 
of Ita kngth. 

It b a valuable tree for bose 
and other requirements of the Irutf- 
packing industry. Tba sapa x>d 
yields a fine qxiallty lumber, simi- 
lar to white pine, and b used Ic^ 
pattern making and other rxacUr.t 
uses of thto type. 



C. I. WOOD, tondscope o^chuect of the Fcde^t District Commission, 
resumes hts orwKMl Autumn }ob of oHocoting the 300.000 Dutch tuirp 
bulbs to be plonted along the drivewoss o^ porks of Ottowo. It Js 
Mr Weort'fl respomibtlitv et this time eoch yeor to ossure the FeOeroi 
ftourcr beds ef dozzhng orroys of color in the Spring. 



N ext spring, the parks and 
driveways, tbe private gardens 
and public flower beds at Ottawa 
will B p «ia g into brilliantly colorful 
hloaBn to announce tbe arrival of 
the tint warm dayi. Right now that 
impressive dlai^y la being aaanred 
by tbe Pedetal, civic and iDdividual 
growers of uiUpe. 

Ottawa's Federal District Com- 
misaioo, for Instance, is uxsdertsAlng 
the planting of more than 300.000 
E>utch tulip bulbs. Including tbe 
annual gift of 100.000 tuUp bulbs 
from Julianna, Queen of Tbe Neth- 
erlands. in constant, thankful mem- 
ory of her wartime stay in Oiuwa. 
Added to tbe bulbs that stay in tbe 
ground from the previous seasons, 
this vast plantlxsg brings the capi- 
tal's tulip crop for next Spring to 
more than half a million. 

This time each Fall, Federal 
workers range the great flowerbeds 



akmg the driveways and parks and 
uproot frost-klUed linnlas and oUwr 
btoomi to make way for tbe ex- 
tanadve tuhp planUng program. 
Planned by E. L Wood, who Is land- 
Bcapa architect for tbe Federal 
DIstrtet CommisBton. tbe progiam 
of tulip planUng is carried out with 
a view to the great Spring bum of 
Moasecu and how the vari-colorcd 
flowers will appear Some beds will 
become masses of solid color; oth- 
ers will taki oo a salt-and-pejsxr 
appearance . still more will be 
striped or ringed with varying col- 
ors of tul4»> This is all planned 
and executed In the Fall when the 
bulbs, carefully idestlfled as to vari- 
ety and color and sise and shape, 
are acsled and separated, then 
placed by hand or scattered to be 
plaoted from fotxr to six Incbw be- 
low tbe ground. 



MS. AND MKA. SMOOTKV'S Pakinocse. Dt-Di, doesn't beth*f conoey being held by the ’’AAoyoc of Birdvtile. 
In bedtproiwtd ore few of Mr Smoothy's mony bird Coget. Smeotby's besement Is ofwoys a fettivol ef son^ 



SHCILA KfOHANE, employee of the Federol Dutrict Commission, b 
surroimded by the ISO.OOO tulip buftn |ust in from HeNond for plont- 
Ing in the F.D C property throughout the Copttol. 



wild Wrda of Canary Island more 
than too yean ago. Tbe Oerman 
peasants of tba BarU Mountains 
were the tint pertoaia to Improve 
the song. They bred tbe blfda each 
Bummer la tbe Fall brought 

thjMB down to the tain where there 
VM a big demand. They were 
•hipped to many parts of the world, 
■nie preaent-day roUen have been 
greatly Improved atnee that day. 

Before the war there were some 
good breeden In England and Ocr- 
many, and tbe United Btatee Im- 
ptftad about 1.000.000 birds each 
year. There are an estimated M.- 
000.000 caaarim to the United States 
^rjt a p roportionate number to 
Canada 

AOI AND BUZDINO 

To the layman who wonders why 
fniM canarico have a band on tbdr 
Ufm tor. SaxMlhy explains that 
tbese rings— known aa closed ringi 
—can be of great aid to a protec- 
tive purchaser Iha ring la placed 
on tba bird's kg when it Is eight 
to ten days old and cam bt removed 
only by cutting. ‘The peraon re- 
gpoQfltoe for p|^<**"g tbe ring oo tbe 
canary's kg is a rehabla breeder. 
Tba ring la numbered and gives tba 
year tba btrd was hatched and 
mmacs the club tram where the ring 
was Imuad. In this way tbe p«r- 
ehaaer can teU the age of the eanary. 



taken to a pet shop for care. When 
oOklals called back for him, they 
found the ape in an armchair, 
wrapped In a blanket — and to keep 
him quite, the {Huprtotor had put 
him tn front of a tclevialoo set. Only 
the brass rail was 

Cr*v«i CftlaaM. 



I I hese I hings 
I Can Happen ^ 

BOPBiS'nCATB 

When two orang-outangs bring 
flown from Bingaparc to the United 
BUtm reached London tn a cargo 
plane recently, one of tbe pair 
waant feeling too wcU. Be was 



HEART BALM 

'The following advertisement ap- 
peared tn a Mrxiean newspaper a 
few days ago: “Young man about to 
marry wants to meet more experi- 
enced man who can ease bis remorse 
In sdvaoce." 

(0«e«s* Wrbetcr. ei««sa*ia‘ 



thus indicating that the bird hasn't 
past Its best singing years. Bow- 
aver. Mr. Smoothy warns purchaser! 
not to be misled by tbe ring. It 
doesn't necessarily mean the lilrd 
win be a better ringer, but It does 
show that the person wbg placed 
tbe ring wu a bird lover and a 
member of a reliable canary club. 

Members of tbe Victoria Roller 
Chnary Club, beaded by Deputy Po- 
lice Chief Blackstock, are preparing 
for one of the singing oontsata to 
be held to the lower bailroom of the 
Crystal Garden to January. Some 
of the finest birds in Canada will 
compete to the show. More than 3M 
entries arc expected. The show srtU 
be judged by one of the oldest and 
most experienced judges on the Pa- 
ctfle Coast. Peter Oreensll 



TEARS 

Contrary to tbe tag, no one has 
.ever seen a crocodile shed tears, 
though they do emu sort of moan- 
ing no is e s a fter a good meal. But 
camels cry when they're thirsty and 
grief brings tears from eows, don- 
keys. glraObs, rats and— hold U. 
•ergeant ! —moke. 

<TRa«ienfte«i, r«rM' 



Tips for Teens 

By ELINOR WILLIAMS 



Chungking, City of Tragedy 
Floods, Disease Taking Toll 



.GROOM 

A etuxen of Montmurro, Italy, 
can't get akarried : -4te's been regis- 
tered In city records as a woman. 
Says the ma.eor's secretary: “X can’t 
break the law"— which prohibits 
tnaiTlage between two people of the 
same sex. 

<ta SstslUe. Psrus. 



By MCRXIL COROEAl’X 

O F all tbe extraordinary dues 
to China. Chungking Is certainly 
tbe most erelrd. It staftds on a kxng 
spit of land which forms the junc- 
tion between the Chlallng and 
Tangtxe Rivers, and for at kast six 
months of the year a heavy pall of 
fog hangs over the city. This to 
Itself affoMls a natural protection 
against air bombardment, but 
coupled with tbe almost unceasing 
rain this fog makes the city a filthy 
and most unhealthy place. Chung- 
king reeks with disease— Cholera, 
dy i cntry. trachoma and tuberculosis. 
TOLL OF FLOODS 
During flood seasons tbe rivers 
rise from 00 to M feet and the roar- 
ing torreou yearly wipe out the 
Bpormdk outbreak of tiny wooden 
shacks that spring up along the 
river banks, drowning hundred* of 
people. 

During tbe Bummer mon that the 
heat la terrible. Insects of all vari- 
Ues swarm, dust takes tbe place of 
the muddy slime which coals tbe 
streets and buildings during Winter: 
sweat, prickly beat aM dysentry, to 
mj nothing of hideous moequlto 
bites, are tbe tot of everyone to 
Chungking. EvaryUimg rou over- 
night; shoes, books and everything 
leather becomes c o ve r ed with a 
grey-greenkb mildew, and the 
stench of an undralned dry is a 
ntohtmare. 

NARROW STREETS 
In all Chinese dUca the streets 
are narrow, but here In Cbungktog 
must abide the parents of all nar- 
row streets the world over. Steep 
Chinese streets are oommon, eves 
to the dty of Vktocla. In Bong- 
koof aome of the strecu art so steep 
that steps arc cut at tbe ride to 
enable pedestrians to climb up more 
earily, bat tbe straeta of Cbuncktag 



within that old wall are still more 
pmpendicular. Every Chinese house 
bulges with balconies which over- 
hang the streeu. and to Chungking 
on a wet, foggy night, cllmbtog 
wearily up the steep streeti, wk 
from not only the fog and the rain 
but from the drippings from the 
balconies, even the shortest walk 
becomes a pilgrimage of horror. 

ALL HTM AXnr 
Of course every street is crowded 
with people going: 

peddlars with baskets stispeoded 
from wildly swinging poles, womoi 
with tbrir babies strapped to thetr 
backs, pigs fcjui running *nv* g 
the hurrying feet of the paasert- 
by. Yelitog hawkers and screamtog 
women make a cacspbocy of soozxl 
which Is almost unbelievabte. 
Sveiyaoe has hk own particular 
chant; aome hawkers beat on small 
wooden blocks as they yeU tbe merits 
of tbrir wares; the men who sell 
brassware— cat bells, knives and ear 
ckanexs 'knd other Chlocae house- 
hold neceaettlee bowl not only at 
thdr prospecUve custocners but at 
each other. Beggars ahrlek for 
"Kumiha, Komsha," smaU 

bands of bdnd musicians stsmd at 
strmtcfk potots scraping on eoe- 
Btringad nddks, ringing In hlgh- 
pltcbed. discordant voloaa. 

OIL AND CANDLES 
There Is btUe or no street light- 
tng, most houses bum all lamps or 
candles. To go tq> one of these 
•tsep Cbun^tog streets at nlgbC, 
hemmed to by the prem of fog- 
obscured people, slli^itog oo tbs 
slimy mud of tbe rough cobUsd 
way, pushed and bumped oo every 
ride, ths sup and shuffle af a bsm- 
dred fast, the maddening sound af 
uatotrihglbk sound to an cxperl- 
mtee eomparable aoly to Dante's 
TnSena. 



lILL SHEDDEN. F.D C. gordener. ploces th« Dutch tulip bulbs on the 
Top of th« ground In a flower bed In the dsitred position for the eventual 
design ond color orrongemen! when they bloom rwxt Spring. Other 
workmen follow Shsdden to plont the bufos !•* Inches deep. 



FONDEROSA FINE TREE 



Leaves are peculiar to that they 
grow to bundles of two to flvs clus- 
tered toward tbe cod of twigs, five 
to 11 tnebea long, dark yellow- 
green. 

Oooea- form at the end of the 
second year. sbort-sUlksd. reddkb 
brown. 3*4 to six toches king, with 
thfokensd acakt usually tipped with 
sharp prickles. 

Twig! are abort, orange colored. 
Budf are about one-half loch Icng. 
often coated with resin. 



London Town 



Platter Chatter 



»y 

DAVID WHITNEY 



By 

MARCEL GODFREY 



of which was a charming garden 
covering an acre 'or two. Over tbe 
gateway sraa marked *TtotphiD 
Square." It was a veritable world 
of Its own. There were shops, a 
large swimming pool, squash courts, 
a restaurant, eoektail lounge, and 
a theatre ticket offlee, a bank and 
snack bar. There were lAOO flats, 
each block being named after a fa- 
mous admiral: Hawkins, Colling- 
wood, Beatty, Rodney, and so (a. 

The renting oRlce politely but 
firmly told me that there wasn't 
a flat to be had. There were S.MO 
people living ta Xtolphln Square and 
they had no room for 5JXI3. 



songs which are fairly run-of-the- 
tnUl Oypey music. “At Dusk ' and 
“Bong and Ciardas'' arc the best of 
the rides. 

Good New Singles: 

The Paris Symphony Orchestra's 
Jasx recording of ’"The Oalloplag 
Comedians" '.Dtooovery) . . . Thny 
Martin (Vlcior) and Marian Hutton 
(M-O'M) with their separate ver- 
■lons of ‘"Toot-Toet-TooUlr. Good- 
bye" . . . Dinah Shore and Doris 
Day ducting on the clever novelty. 
Tt's Better to Conceal Than Re- 
veal" (CotombU) . . . 

The second set of Bluriiird re- 
leases feature Ralph Plsrutgan. wii« 
Logan, Cab Calloway, the Mato 
Street String Band and Jeeae Rog- 
ers. The four Flanagan sides are 
arranged ta the same style 
need by Oloin Miller and should be 
popular on that count alone; these 
toclude "You're Breaking My 
Beart." “You're So Understandtog,’' 
“It All Depends on You" and "The 
Wedding of Ub Martcne" . . . 

Upcoming ringer BUI FaireU has 
two more fine ones with "Tou've 
Changed" and "And It SU& Ooes ' 

■ M-O-M) . . . and Julie Wltooo to 
very appealing with tbe of 

"A Man OouM Be a Wotaderfol 
Thtog" tCohnnbta). 



V ICTOR, which has had much 
eocceas with re-issum of Olen 
Milter recordings in album form, 
dips again Into lu backlog for 
"StarUght Serenades." six Miller 
sides featuring the word “star" ta 
the Utica. Although no particular 
one of the numbert Is outstanding, 
all are pleastog in the big bai>d. slow 
measure style which made Miller 
famous. Ray Eberle*i vocals are 
feauired oo all the numbers, which 
toclude '"The Story f»f a Btarry 
Night," “Stairway to the Stars" and 
"When You Wish Upon a Star." 

Dr. Edwin Frenko Ooldman, wba 
tms been conducting his Central 
Park band for M years, has pro- 
duced an album of marches for Co- 
lumbia Records entltied “Sousa- 
Ooldman Marches." Of tbe right 
aidea. five are his own comporitloo, 
and three are by John Philip Sousa. 
The stirring music has all the 
bouncing rhythm for which the 71- 
year-old ooodurior to noted. Among 
the numbers are The Oladlaior." 
'"The Olory of the Yankee Navy," 
"V. F. W." and “The Golden Rule." 

"Romantic Oypxy Alxs," by RCA 
▼tetor. features toncry Deutaeb and 
bii ercbostra In six gay fireside 



I swallowed my pint and went 
to eew an old i>al of mtae who to 
mployed by the King's Proctor. I 
opined that be of all people ought 
to know. 

'’Service flats," he sniffed. "Don’t 
be daft I know every ■■ih.s fiat 
to the Weet End and !>• eenred 
papers to all of them to my time. 
They arc buricr than ever now that 
wt have a I^bor OovemmenL" 

“What statn I dof ’ I asked d«- 
perately. 

"Well,” said be. ccralchtog bto 
bead. If 1 was you I'd try the Bm- 
baztoment. The woaiherk good and 
It won't ooet you anythtag. Tou 
can wsah at your club and eat at 
a eotfee stalL SUp half a doOar 
to tbe poUceman and beH leave you 
to perfect peace." And with tbeee 
eomforting words ringlDc to my 
ears I eonttoned my weary tearoh. 



For the past week It has been my 
mtofortune to hunt for a flaL I 
bave been north, south, east and 
wtot, and 1 now have a very com- 
psahmirive Mia as to bow the ma- 
jority live to thto tight UUle toland. 



It may be that I pitched a good 
story; It may be that tbe Cana- 
dtons who lived there during the 
war bad left pleasant memorias, 
mpectoUy to the bar. But what- 
ever It was, one of the directors 
took mmpasslnn oo me and offered 
me one of the flats r eser ved for 
traveling executlvea. It happened to 
be empty for a month. 

My troubles were over. I moved 
to the next day. 

For tbe modes t rental of ia 
gulneae a week my wife and I bave 
a pleasant stttlng-room, two bed- 
rooms, a bath and a well-equipped 
kltehen, We even bave a radio. 

And so you see I am sleeping en 
Uio toibankment after alL 



RONPCROSA FINE COHC 







THtVDAILV COLONIST, VICTORIA. P C. SL’NDAV. OCTORER 2.L IW 



MAGAXIHt StCTtON 



MA6A2INI SCCTIOM 



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 23. 



London Designers P 
Softer, Flexible Fabr 



Plant Becomes Symbolic 
In Pleasant New Vo I ume 



Women s 
Work 



»>eir<r«md tor *cc«aarlcs 

mink Mack vool vtlh n>- 
ukd saita. Moaea baa a 

ercpc dran vltb a de«p : <^'k 
niM with uiUe aod an unartc h>-'i 
Itna. MatUl ecDtrflMKaa a 
dna* af Mack rVotUxichaiB Mee 
tarowB aaUn. forked u«c«b«r ta g ' 
tb* tmpnadoo of brtx^ ooe . 
matartak To avay froa tbc i: 
eaUabte Mack for rastaurant :j. 
CMcb 7 Morton shows a ftrtd fc" 
»tfai. which looks wocMcTtM K ' 
with mink or saMr 



"I bad expected the plant to lead 
me lo wider knowled«e ol plants 
tn general,’' be wrltea ' Bul some- 
how I hadn't expected it would also 
increase mjr knowledge of the human 
apedea . . . We are more Uke plants 
than we know.” 

Writing enortJcasljr and wcU. he 
etaronlclea his adventures with bis 
plant, through expeiimanlatioo, 
bumrvous and profound ohaerva- 
Uoos and encountera. and the part 
the plant played in rehabiliutlng 
him to civilian life. 

Pleasantly interspersed with the 



The riaat ia My WMew.” hy 
turn Paresewlev (Amkas ra ds r . gSASl. 

This Is the guletiy thrUllng atory 
ol a man who found a Mttafytng 
pbUoaophy through a plant left In 
his sulu by a prevMus tenant. 

The auLbew is a Toronto man 
whose family Is wMI known tn Vic- 
toria. Stnee IkM he has been on 
the staff irf 'Hie New Tark Times, 
stnee IMl as a musk reviewer. 

When be first noticed the plant, 
he Ignored It until one day be fomd 
that ”a man needs to be cloee to 
growing things " Soon the plant be> 
came more than a plant. ”It was a 
symbol, a dcmoostralloo. a living 
summation” of oneoesa of an 
nature. 



By HCLXN RALk 

t\ 'HBN latUMlcrinc gar- 
V\ ments made of heavy 
riannel. give them a brisk 
shaking before banglnf on 
the line. When dry. theyV be 
fluffy, soft aod sninkle-free. 

To have hizurioady scented 
sbeeU and plUow c as ea . drop 
a few bath salts into the Mu- 
iQg water m you wash. 

Fringe on b eds pread s aod 
Unens may be straightened 
by comMng with a tloe- 
tooihed comb while the 
Mticles are still damp. They 
wUl need no further atten- 
Uon when dry as the fringe 
will be tangte-free. 



T US change tn line Is very obvi- 
ously marked tn the London 
Autumn and Winter cdDecUons fer 
'The rounded shoulder has 
gone the full skirt has given place 
to a shm, straight one. the focus 
is on the caDar line rather than the 
hip. There Indeed, a feeUng Iw 
geometrical Itnea with fuUoem at 
one side — there arc many sym- 
metrical treocM -standing out In 
sharp rMief, rather than falling tn 
soft folds. The same line U carried 
out In the high. sUft trimmings on 
the saaall haU, the disappearance 
of clahnratif curls in the coilfura— 
short, rather straight hair brushed 
• curve on the neck Is the new 
tendency. This Is not always an 
easy line to wear but the fact that 
materials are softer aod more flei- 
ibic will have the effect of casing 
the change for most women 
LOVKLT TWEKnS 
For sulU, the designers fmve tak en 
advantage of the large number of 
lorely tweeds and s uiti ngs and wide 
variety of colon available. Dlgtay 
Morton has by-passed bard suit- 
ings and shows a praference tor 
soft tweeds. Be R»otligbts spke 
eolon-i^tnger aod rtnnamop 
dally— tor tbdr warmth and rich 
glow, u srcll as shades of pewter 
aod Autumn gree n . 

For qwrtB sulu. MatUl has 
chooen colors which Wend with the 
connUyside. One suit Is bdge tarown, 
another green and .brown, a third of 
blue Miruce. Peter ffiiisell has used 
a new mixture Oooega] tweed 
(Irlsb tweeds are having a great 
run). Worth uses light twe e d s and 
angora., camel hair and Ubbellne 
erhkh makes eniulsltely cotj wear- 
tng. 

nalD dark colon pre dom in at e In 
town aftemooo sulta of fbM smooth 
materials such as facecloth. Worth 
has * notable group of snail neat 
sulU for wear under fur coats. 
Trimmed with braid or laced with 
velvet outlined with )et beads these 
are elegaot and beautifully fitUng. 

The materials used lor afternoon 
and CDCktaU diessm range from 
fln^ wool to silk. mUn. velvet and 
lace., Black prevails as the best 



Interior Designing 



«Mo,'* ropMad Boderkk U Ralg- 
B ro w n . Campbell River author. 

CtaUdren Mwuld take to readi ng 
aduH books wfasnever they wiMi, 
"the sooner the better.” be comi- 
terod. 

"AtaMet noftalDg that la good la 
too old tf too dltneult tor a child 
to read." he aaid. 



BFCIPl OF TME WEEK 

Ham Griddle Cakae 
<Makaa U medium* 

2 cups all-purpose fkMir 

1 teaspoon salt 

3'v teaspoons baking powder 
4 tablespoons melted butter 

2 eggs 

1\ cups mUk 

2 cups ground cooked ham 
Mix and sift Dour, salt and 
baking powder. Stir melted 
butter into sUgbUy beatoi egg 
yoUu; add the milk. Add to 
dry lugredlcnts and sUr fust 
enough to moisten Fold In 
ham. then stiffly beaten egg 
whitea. Bake on a hot crkkDe. 



Combined for Fomily Living 

By BETTY LENAHAH 

A ROOM set as«de for a snail Ub- dominates ooe s ect ion of ti 

rmry. a easy den. to dlsiday a The large fldb used aa i 

ooPecUon or bouse a hobby Is per- mantel decoemUon brings i 

baps considered e luxury by aaost of a Summer fish tng trip 

homemakers So It Is, but U ts a spartaman'i theme la furthn 

luxury pracUeaUy anyosie can af- siaed by the colorfol Utt 

ford If the Rnce m the heme per- hor ses on the mantri shelf 

alts. alinply framed photograph 

A room of this type, set apart for off-contre above tt. 
intimate famUy Urine, will save wear The walla arc of melle 

and tear on the reat of the houae and knotty ptne aod at ooe eo 

at the provide a den. room bulU-tn bookcaaea, c 

Uhrary and hobby room combined to tbe ceiUng and framing 

to be enjoyed as a qui^' retreat or display part of a coUectia 

efficient worksbop tw Um grown- porcelain deeoratlvely 

ups as well as yunlor and Uttk sister among tbe b ooks . 

Such a room dees not Imve to be At the opposite end of t 

targe aod can be simply and inex- 1001 shown*, a pair of pic 

pensively furnished and decorated. caMneis bouse a telerisloD j 
Old Ubiea, desks and chests can be aod phonograph with am 
acraped down and refiniahed. shabby boards below to store reoor 
rimln can be given new life utility aod refreshment equlpmer 
with bright and colorful lUpccvcn not shown, are two buOt 
and s hubby or culkctlon can pro- enclosed gun racks dL<^layi 
vide unusual and bitereaUng decora- IccUon of bunting riflea 
Uve accessorim. Tbe draperies are a 01 

The room lUusUaied has all the green, the rug is a durable 
MemenU of tamUy rojoyment plus a twist in a soft shade of f 
cosy aod restful aum-riibere The fumluire h idnc and the e 
white painted simulated field-stone covered with a plaid in co 
flreplnce extending to the celling and green. 



eviews 



enough to present technological ac- 
complishments so that lU design 
and construction are possible with- 
out any major invenUooa. Its re- 
if ementlally a question cd 
hard work and money.'* 

The manned moonship is a dif- 
ferent atory . . . But nobody doubts 
any more that U can be done . . . 
Oonslderlng known chemical fuels 
and dcaign. It Is beyond our present 
abUUy . . . But not completely Im- 
pomible." By sending three manned 
ahlpa. each might have cruNigh fuel 
left to poM to get one of them back 
from the moon. 

SECM8 POSmVK 

No ocbie yet knows how U> apply 
atomic energy to rocket propulsion, 
but already there are some theories. 
And If no one who reads Mr. Ley’s 
text ever geU to the moon, it seems 
poalttve that some of their children 
may. 

'nus book is not a work of the 
tmagtnatkm. Mr. Ley shows that 
a roekrt only about S per cent more 
efflelcsit than tbe V-2, using a step 
principle that would fire a ”war- 
head” rocket at the peak of the 
first rocket's flight oould get to the 
moon now. 

After cstabllahlog the poesibUUy 
of M>ace travel. Mr. Ley tells the 
reader what he is likely to find aod 
what astronocnieal queeUoiis may 
be answered when such travel 
comes. 

Venus and Man irill be tbe first 
plaoeu vMUed. and Mr. Ley tells 
bow tbe space ships will get there. 
Ttw outer planets wlU probably 
never be rislled because humans 
could not survive 00 them no mat- 
ter what equipment they took. But 
the moons of the outer plsnets will 
be visited. 

Both tbe text and the stimulating 
IDuetrmtkxia iwovtde a high level 
of entertaining education for an 
age groups.— BB- 



tbe Mount WUaon and PaJomar Ob- 
scrvatorlea. 

TRipO .4GE 

According to tbe book we are on 
the verge of tbc third astronomical 
age. In the first, the planets were 
observed by the naked eye; in the 
seeood by tcleseope; pow we arc 
almost at the point where wr can 
visit them and see them at first 
hand. 

Fantatttc? Not according to WUly 
Ley's documentary. Sending an un- 
manned rocket tuthe moon **la claim 



The C saqucM «f Bpaee.” palat- 
lagi by Cbesley Beueetofl. text by 
WMy Ley (MaemUlaa. >AM>. 

Like to risii the moon arst week- 
end« 

Here's an exciting book Uud will 
take, you there, and to tbe plaoeU 
and thoir ■atelUtss. to boot. 

Boat of all. this book, packed with 
adveDUv* as any thriller, la based 
os hard mianUflc fact Ths t«xt 
and UtuatraiioQs were checked and 
somettmee revised by astronomeis of 



BMiset Ced talk this odc abewt 
X M. ForMoc la The Seturday Ite- 
riew of Literature . 

While In Hoboken, tbe author of 
•A Pamage to India and “Howards 
BDd,” paoMd lo bavestigate the art 
of the atrip-trase at a total bor- 
laigwe thaatri. 

Hto comment "Why ever did they 
take off their etotbee? They looked 
much sexier with them eo. And 
wtet wme thoir aaovemanu and the 
aofaas they seade s u pposed to Indl- 
eate? It was Ibo subtle tor me ” 



toss PAkMENTIIl 



adventures of the spirit are the 
asides about the varleuee and preju- 
dices of Indoor gardeners. Skilfully 
enough, no human is so much as 
mentioned by name, ensuring that 
no somet are stolen from tbe plant. 



Do your tinting aod dyeing 
In the washing machine witli 
the unit turned on. This Imepa 
the garment and dye In mo- 
tion and will prevenl streak- 
ing Wash the machine care- 
fully alter this use to prevent 
dye and tint from discMoring 
the next washing. * 

Shade is best for drying 
blankets, both for preserving 
color and the wool yams. If 
possible, use two parallel 
clothes Unce. and hang the 
blanket smoothly over both 
af them to preserve tbe orig- 
inal shape. 

Large pieces of laundry are 
OK*re easily dampened while 
on tbe line, to be reoMved 
Immediately after sprinkling, 
folded and placed in the «a.vh 
basket tor ironing. y 

Dampened wash may be 
wrapped In a large square of 
plastic material to keep it 
perfectly moist until ironed. 
Cover the entire bundle to 
prevent drying. 

Save on laundry Ume by 
using many arUcles of seer- 
sucker and other materials 
that need no Irooing. Also 
use plastic shields on UMe- 
cIoUm to cut down laundry. 

Vary breads used for mnd- 
wiches to add interest. Hard 
and soft rolls used tn place of 
bread every once in a while 
make tbe lunch more Inter- 
esting. 

Let butter soften overnight 
before using for spreading 
breads. Add more flavor by 
fwtatwg in Worcestershire 
muce or lemon juice fer fish 
rulings, curry powder mixed 
with butter for egg fillings. 

Lettuce should be wrapped 
separately to be placed in tbe 
sandwiches when eettng. eo 
that tbe bread does not be- 
come soggy or the lettuce 
wUted. 

Sandwich spreads should be 
made tn advance and refrig- 
erated so their flavors have an 
to blend and 



Hugh MacLennan Studies 
The Nature of Canadians 



The Odd 

Corner 



for grmoted: if you want the best 
you must pay tor It” 

Canadians are too afraid of mak- 
ing Tt**^**. be writes. ”Amer- 
leans are proud of what they do. 
Tbe exceaHve purttanlam of Cana- 
dians them proud of what 

they don't do.” 

LONG WAT 

“We have aun a tong way to go 
before we can clami to uoAmiand 
oonelTes.” Mr. MacLennan writes. 
“TtoUl w« do, it to absurd to pity 
ourselves because we are not known 
to otbere.” 

But tbe book to not aU seU- 
rritSclMn of Canada. More than any 
other country, Canada bolds its own 
future in Us hands, bs beUeves. And 
there to xwwbcre be would rather 
live. 

This to the first non-flctloa book 
by the author of Two Bomudes” 
aod Tlie Precipice.'' Most of the 
eesays have appeared prerioualy In 
Canadian aod American magasines 
U the author was unknown they 
would still be worth reeding for 
sacit Canadians.— W.T.O. 



PLAIN DAKK COLOtS 
ate in ofterneon suits shown In ' 
London Collections. Here Is a 
Sion of the block town su<t from 
the coliectJoo o# Worth, of the 
Society London Foshton Desip^ 
ers In thin woollen motertol, the 
jocket Is trimmed with em. 
broldered velvet pockets or^ editor 
Note the elegant straight (<ne ri 
the skirt, with ont Inverted pieet 
ot the centre front. The Sort I* 
worn with o Mock tuUe Mou s e 
trimmed with firw loce Ineertton. 



Caaeda's most famous noveUat 
speaks bis mind 00 some aepecte 
of Canadlao and American Ufe la 
ttOs eoUection of icn amaye 
The subjwU range from a toring. 
If IrrevercDt. ghmpar of H al if a x 
sod a qulxrical lo^ at the laet 
RepuMlean NaUooal CcavenUoo to 
a sober of the Oana- 

dlao natlooal character and a brood- 
tiM riudy of the fate of Ctarla- 
itofUty. 

SHARP XTB 

Turning hto sharp. novdUsi’s eye 
on hto native eotmtry. Ifr MacLen- 
oan finds that a eountry c ompo sed 
of and varied individuals 

appears to be dull becauer Canada 



W. Bocneraet Maugham dto- 
eiissea literary lechniquea In “A 
Writer's Notebook.“ to be re- 
viewed soon on this page 

He writes 

“Oue fusses about style. One 
tries to write better. Ooe aims 
at rhythm and balance. One 
reads a sentence aloud to see 
Utat It sounds well. One sweats 
one's guts out. 

The fact remains that the four 
greatest novelists the world has 
ever known, Balaac, Dlckeos. 
Tolstoi and Dostoievsky, wrote 
their respeetlve languages very 
indifferently. 

"It proves that If you can tell 
stories, create character, devise 
Incidents, and If you have sin- 
eertty and pairioo. It doeanl 
matter a damn how you write. 

”AU the V nw it's belter to 
write well than Ul." 



shape which has a sUghUy higher 
crown. (This last can mean an 
extra Inch or two tor the Uny teen.) 
It to up to Teenage Terry to chooee 
the one that does tbe most for her 
and it she selects It in fabric or fell 
she can’t go wrong. 

FELT AND P.UtRIC 

Pelt and fabric make school and 
dressy bats, corduroy and velveteen 
offering a nice tie-in with sepa- 
rates such as the corduroy jumper 
or velveteen skirt. Por the girl 
who likes perky feather trimmings 
there are many sad there are little 
stick-upe of ribbon and velvet loo. 
Pompons and contrasting piping are 
other trims in good standing as 
well. 

Dreuy hats go all out for glamour. 
They have a vrivet touch tn bands, 
lacings and partial crown. Chin 
straps of velvet and soft chin veil- 
ings Ue on bocmet shapes In a be- 
gulUng manner and ooe or two 
flowen appear on a few of tbe 
fussy types. 



ager. because It’s the Uttle hat In 
familiar aUbouettes. 

There's the etoebe, soft beret, 
bumper, roller. Derby, helmet, pixie 
cap, bonnet and the new bee-hive 



By MARIAN RAHI. 

G ood thliMs come in small pack- 
ages— they say— and this to a 
phrase that might be worked 4o in- 
clude Fall mlUlnery for tbe teen- 



A reader, taking sides wUh Ptiteh- 
ML said WaiMh was r sps H s il tp sae- 
lof Piitehstt reduce the story of a 
eoaveratoo M "a rather eommon- 
glaee pqrehologieal pheoomsnum” 
and added. *u would have been al- 
most a miraoto. essder the circum- 
i-nri — If Mr Mtrtoo bad not be- 
come eonverted.” 

AnotlMr reader agreed with 
Watmh **we have here a p«- 

feet and very edtfylng instanoe ef 
real eooeofatan.” 

Thw Pritebait again: ”U s«eas 
to me odd that aoe should enter a 
sflsQS Order to roage to autoM- 
egraphy.” 



—an ermine acarf to HD la the 
wide ne^Uns of a black velvet (In- 
ner jacket The searf doubles as sn 
aseot wUh a wool suit for the cock- 
tail hour 



—removable capelsis on yow Mack 
wool coat The double capelet may 
be worn over a drem as a aspamte 
UtUe wrap when not busy on th- 
ooat 



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has hto upa and downs, everything 
falls pretty pat for him. Mr. 81111- 
man’s terse and vivid MyW will 
probaMy appeal, however, to the 
somewhat limited audtoeve for 
which bs writes.-MOO. 



The Parpto TMe.” by LrUad 
SlRteaa (Wbwtoa. SLID. 

Any teen-age boy who likes to 
liimiiTw hltoseH to ^oru, slthrr 
oo tho ptaying field or from the 
(fwodsund. will find this an ap- 
pealing story. 

n to about a gangling tod who 
to able to transtoie hto wUdast day- 
dreams into action when, under 
careftil poaching, be deveiops toto a 
triple thrsat man on tbe footbaQ 
field and toto a leading batter and 
m hto high sebool baseball 

league 

TVRSE 

Re atoe toama. through reattolng 
the value of teamwork, that his Ut- 
lerost rival off the fleU ma mabr 
a valued teammate and frtond dur- 
ing aa important game. 

There ate few surprlaas In the 
plet and although the youftg hem 



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opportunity 
ripen. 

Waxed containers wfth oov- 
ers are a neat and handy way 
of putting In the lunch such 
items as cottage cheese, fruit 
or vegetable salads, cakes with 
frosting, pudding desserts and 
rellsltos. 



ma muaD . . We 1st toa sMoy able 
men go to tbe United Sutoe be- 
eaum we are too naU to five Uum 

what they need. 8mall thtoklnc en- 
towagee medioerity and denies 
grmtnsm Neither oox large tm- 
pleyers nor o«ir Government baa 
Isarned whet sH Americans take 



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MA6AZJNE SaCTiON 



THE DAILY (XJLONIST. VICTORIA. B C. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 



THE UNFINISHED FACE of ih* dom Is shown In this picture, ond explolns the unusuol core 
left, the intoicc structure Con be seen. The rock fill h ploirsly opporent. This wes storted when 
^ ew us^ to plocc hu 0 c boulders ocroes the dom site. SmoUer rocks were then dumps 
tuelid tfuc^ over the bipper boulders ond washed securely Into ploce by heo^ lets of water 
c^inp befhg built ocrou the foee of the rocks will hold the cement foclr^ of the dom wh» 
the woterproofinp The dom, o new type for Conodo ot this site, will’ cost millloni wl^ I 



A power development is 



And the hupe Bridpe River Hydro Project is big or>d fosemoting. Destined ot its ultimote to be one of 
ywrs to come. It is revotutlonory In concept. To moke It eosily understoodoble. the ortist. obovc hoi 
Bridge Rrver volley, from which it takes hs nome; pierces Mission mountain, ond ends up In Setan Loke In the neii 
•* Insurence policy of the project. It will store 570,000 ocre-feet, somewhet lorger then Stove u£ orenSJ5« to keeo tlj 
operj.ve for ^ option to the slotlsiies given on the irwet diogrom of the dom. the ultimote dom will be 3,300 feet In leng^hlThe v^ol r 

merits given ore fee ob<^ urn level. H 9 dom with o concrete focing. It it the first ksrge dom of its type to be ^ilt in ConodJi « for « I, k^n 

brlL^lSrS^ ^ ^ 0 «neroting Wottens. Ih. power goes out olor^ iron 

lines to bring power ta the Lower Momiond oreo. Two urvlti of 62,000 horsepom ere now in eperotion ond o th.rd .s sctwduled to itort in November Ultimote copocit; 

ten unlH. or 620,000 horsepcwer ^ 



By 

FRED BARNES 



SIDE SECTION of the diversion dom is shown here, with wofer of river rushing on. River it piled up 
by rock fill dom with o cloy core for woterproofino. Turbulence of the diverted river con be seen >i 
white woter In the r>ew chonnel. Above the ^version dom, the orlgirtol chonnel of Bridge Rivei 
disoppeored os the woter bocks up, being reploccd by o yellowiih moss of woter from which trees still 
Eventuolly they will d«e Channel con still be troced by the winding tpoce deor of lr.es. Yellow, 

water is ettributed to glociol silt. 



, , *•. *• through huge outlet ppcs of toJo*e Dom, onp represents, in iwo m«ghr> .et«, th. K*H 

ri^ Rhwr In Septamb^. Woter merely Hows on ot present, but its fremenribuo force wtll undoubtedly be horrwssed before the 

dom. Two tunnefs 600 feet In length were driven through the noturol rock 
im site, « dtameter ^1 4 feet. Then o coffer dom oos built to detour the rfver through th# hmrwit ond deor she oripmoJ 
^ on the dom pnyy. .Thon thp ^ stgrtod to go on the hordmek bod of thp lojoio Foils. No*t step wos to build o concrete 
the of dam. fin the trench ond bridge the Loiolo FoHs gep w«h roek. With een^ion of the doM to th. 

own In tfw Mbietrotkin ^ l^ of page, the turmoil were cleeed off ond first ttoroge of woter started. A total of t2D 000 cubic 
w^ needed ^ Iho MMof flR. this was token from o guorry neo^. Using 3,MO 50-po«^ coses of dyrwrnite. en gi rwers bkwted 
e foot M OTw bloet. TVeo coyeto holos** wort dHOed to sot oH the bkMt. whkh dropped rocks In the tewr. ef Goldbridge neorby 



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