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ANNIVERSARY 

EDfrriON 



ANNIVERSARY 

EOmON 



TlftOLOUT^ILV OH THE f/kCiMlV C 0 AfT-«tT 4 M 4 fllCn 1 IM 



NO, 2— NINfiTY.FIRST YEAR 



VICTORIA, BRITLSH COLUMBU, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, 191B 



ONE HUNDRED AM) KIITV-TIU) PACES 



(^ngraUiiations From Prime Minister 



Some Foodstuffs to Be Freed 
From Ban; No Capital Goods 



Ottawa. Daoaabar 0. X04B 



to Ten Provinces 
n Roval Anniversarv 



BULLETINS 



By TOM GREKN 



Colonlit OtUwB Cormpond«iit 
OTTAWA. Dm. 11. — Announcement will be made next 
week by Finance MlniJter DouglM C. Abbott of the relaxa- 
tion of soma of the Import control regulations under the 
United States dollar saving program . which went Into 
effect on November 17 last year. 

■ '«?■ Uon (ro« C.bln.l Mmn:,. U <h«. 

i"* »lll b. M M. 1 I.I ollh.rul.lav. 
!***“.****'! capUal good* ImporU lor 

u«w afMton ot ParltaoMni • 
O" »»“• *<*ouni It #X. 

wtU b« •ffeettd bjr the chatM^Sl 
ffBfttlaUonA U being prepartd ortr __ 

iht »Mk*»Tuf coming annouDrttntni — U 

Por ih* pftttju. no changta are ^ ®“ *®‘***<**r ^ Tuaa- 

btlng madt in Uw rtgulailona in *• *»*• «• 

regard to maehlntry and oihor T ^ 

aapiUI good! imporu, Tht inUma. o( the rtgula- 



Satp$ Plane 

BMTTtC. Der. 11 i 4 h.— 
A Coast Guard ecrtler to- 
day reerued a lewn pas 
senger Airllnea aeaplame to 
trouble In heavy geas IS 
mtle* south af Juneaa. Al- 
aska. It was nal knawn 
Immediately haw aiany 
passengen were aboard. 

^JoniTCfA Pr<>le>al 

VANc^t'vaa. Dm. II ce>.-a 

*mlaar ShSarbaa f t" »«a rapaMMi 



R. Tt Hatton 
' Fraaldant 



throne. Terms for Newfoundland's entry into the' Ce 
nsdlan Confederetlon were signed here to the accompanl 
ment of s 31-gun islute to the ailing monarch 

Ptw anr n< Uit aooraa of dig- ^ 
and aptelaiort who rrowdad 
tha Kfnau Chambar toob tht 
dltlant aalwiM of th« aaluU at anjr- 
thing but a part of ihi hMorie \ 

A band wa* piarltit qultlir and 
Cablnai mlnuttru. mrn^brra «if 
l*arliMitiMH tanatom, Commonwrallh 
Ml'Ii ctunmUal 4 >nrr» diptnmaU, high 
elvtl torvanU. agtlr photographar*. 
fmttrt ledlf) ■ nnnunrrr* Tfpc.ririti 
and ntpani irtrr in thtir placta 
*hrn tht Ian off^al ^pratanta- 
ttVM-Hilg tfawIrn^laBmpi. lour 
Ctiuidlana. includina Hon Broukt 
Clasloti, arUng mlntslrr utf rxtartMl 
a/feir* •ntfrad' alllL f'jiiupj PiUue 
Mit !-t»r Mackrnair King walking 
bttida Prlmt MinUtrr Bi taiuram. 
lllNTOaiC INKNTANII 

Mr. KUtg took a taal to tht right 
of Uia labit. Tht tan man aat 
down II wat a ftw minulaa balora 
IS Ther fMgvtad. oroutmuilly 
whlaparad arroa" to nna anolhar 

A radio announcar'B vole* «;ut 
inmu|h tha ailtnea. Than Mr St 
taurant - got up to upaak and Ui 
Kign whila iha It gum htMimad uut> 

•Ida. 

Titan (ha othan nigiiap aarh with 
a naw lountaln pan which (hay 
(iipptd in ah Inkaland uaad by iha fuwwurkt art tipaciad Ftiday a«|pr«vail and the pwny wil rraWi 
Paihtrt ot Cohfadtralton la IH 7 ,!Uw siihual taaauUV iwtalbw at lhaitu faith tn iha Cbstoiom 
(han kapi at • tptctally-interU|ad XrlUtb CotumMs Ubaral StsatU-.ACT CIUNMs 
touvantr. Osmam bulb* Maahad sit Uon tn Vaoaauvar. | At a — rrr tii ■ttnin ftn ng 

around ihatn at I 4 >ay aignod two Tht group will SMti it cavttw iDiin Uta.BaeuaM Act win yr “Mk 
taalhar-beuhd dooumanu. ana -copy fortunaa and daaida party poUty for ' oaam to lor a IM al suowUm smi 
for Ottawa, nnt for Si. John's. Um coming yaar High on Um lUl parly mmbtia batotw u motos to 



Vlotoria Colonist Publishing Conpsn7 
Vlotorlt. B*Ct 



Dssr Mr* Hattons 



It .glvsa m« groat plaaaura 
to axtand my congratulations to tha Vlotorla 
Colonist on tha occasion of tha Nlnatlath 
Annlvarssry of Its foundation* 



(M ruiaxxct Minyucr amounagd a 



modlflraUon of imgprt ragutatloni 
conctmuig fniH and vrgtublat 
|AM 1 LX ALLOWAkCf 
‘‘Cabftwt foUhdt ilto rtvtalad to- 
night that only- a ftw houre 
after the iignlng ot tha Canada- 



Born aayarsl yaara bafora 
Confadaratloni tha CoIoDlat haa a long and 
faithful record of aarvloa to Its oomniunlty 
and to Csnsda# 



agaliiKt pHaan bnrv Wi 
MIMtoad taM Uw “won 
flnad to an* wtog af 

M«tfd Ipa oilnittto. 



Hrwftnimlhind Union terra ntrt 



I sand my baaWwlshas for 
continued success In tha futuraa 



SAN JOSS, Ootla fUca. Oto. it 
0 P>.--CoaU Rica. wh 4 rh abotUhad 
ita army uina daya ago, waa Id- 
vadrd today from Nicaraguan tor- 
niwy. 

Tht CKivtmmtni tald tht invadan • family paymanu in, NawfoundlMd 
wtrt baadad by former Prtaldant aa from Ajwll t. Thlii apaady action 
Cakitron Ouardla, and that Ooata tndleaiaa that tha Podaral Uovtrti*. 
Alcan torrttory and lowna alraady.mtnt envtaiona winning ovtr tolbt 
had been oocupliKl aide of eonftdoraUMi aa pmny at 

Joat Plguarm, nuittary laadar ttMl ' It poaalbly can of thoat who had 
head of tht Junta govamlng Coatalvotad In tha two ploblacltM agaUut 
Riea. diabaodcd hta army of $.000 union. 

btcauat. ha told, hit country lovaa| “Wt havt arrangad for rtpraaan- 
paaca and thart wat no trouble In taUvaa from our roftonaJ fsmUy 
alght. Tonight, men wtra etUtd to atkrwanea effloM tn toalom Oanada 



appandMUi •« c 



SON asoq^g rurron 



Youra alncaralyy 



by London. Ottawa and at. John'i. 



Tha Dally Colonlit on tho occsiion of (ta 
Inlatar Couii St. Lauroni roproduced abovR. 



St. Laurent^ Johnson^ Others 
[Send Colonist Congratulations 



At. Hon. Loula St. Uurtni, Prime 
MlnUttr of Canada, and Hon Syron 
t. Johnlbm, Prtmltr of Briuth Co- 
lumbia. art among ttnlor Canadian 
political and but! neat Agurta who 
have ttnt coniratuiallocw to Tha 



ataiMtlng ready tn gu forward with 
our tvtr-tKptnding and profratalvt 
cllv. 

"1 rotigralulatt 1 ’hr Ooloniti on 
lu M ytort of publia tarvltp and ta- 



Orrgon Cxissl lilt 
Bv Floods, .Slides 

PORTLAND, Ora. Dae. It 
» Ck).' Ploodt awtpt along 

Ortgon't ooaitai nvart today. 
High wttor and alidaa blocked 
highway# Two livaa wtrt loti 

Raliw ttnt tha OequUlt River 
•oulh of Coot Say out of lu 
banka. Water btgan piling up 
behind a tmall logftng dam. 
Workmen raced toe late to 
open Rood gatea. Ihe pent- 
up water avept away one wing 
of the dam. carrying two men 
to ihtir death. 

Snow that turned to rain 
brought many reek alidta The 
OnlumMa River Klfhway had 
nomettma alMaa. Wl TMmo 
WM going through 



Mr. Jnhnann tald lend beet wlthto for a tong and tue- 

"There are very few nawapepert ^btoful Ufa of eertlee In the capital 
nn ihit continant that can boaat of BrtlUh Columbia " 

a hlatory 90 yeart In the making Nr. Macdonald, wmitig on behalf 
and. In an far aa the Pacjftr Coaai ta *'f prealdent. board of director! 
concerned. I know but not and 
lilt Victoria Cnkmiat 
It la a very gratifying 
ocflaeion for to worthy a journal. 

may ba JuaUflablv ' 

proud with lit* publlr aervlca thai I 

Thc^OulonUt haa rendered through- < 

"The growth lltia pubhealloii le 

laynunymeua with the growth Vie-* i 

lorla for It waa founded before VHb i 

' torta waa Incorporated. Many of the I 

undertaklnga and Improve- ^ | 

menta Which contributed to the da- 
valopment city were nrtt 

^advocated In the columne of thla 

"During the period of lu eautenr*- 
K haa aapoueed many worthy cauaoa 
Itt haa »ean many Me remmmeit- 
dattona brought to fuimment. It hoa 
atmd aa a bulwark democracy. 
maintaining tive rig hu free- B^HI^B^ 
dnm of the people. rrlUriaing and it won w t Maiarwait aiwu 
commending vartoua govemmonle. 

In connecllon with their adminto- niembem t»r Uie ('.anadlan Dally 
(ration. NewepaperVAaanriaUon. aaM 

“t W)mM like to lake (hia >mpoi- Oulonlai haa dtarharged 

tunliy of t-ungreiuieUng 1110 OMon- r**P'*n»lbllit»aa i« lit rooder* in an 
lat f>n thta very auaniftmia octoMo«>****»*Ning menrwr omI in the beat 
and Uj doing an I exprem (he hope *««*««»«► ot ihr newapaiwr pro- 
, ihal thla ptibhraUnn will long |>rot-:^^*"*'' 

lier to beneAi the rommunlly which Nay ae^expreoa the inaie (hat ^ 
It haa amad ae falthrully and eo •**«“» Sto^ r-Mittmu to 

tent ‘ •♦rw lu mmmunRy toth the high 

Mayor Oaorgv. m hu meatage aaM ***'• N rwaponoltomy ao mideni 

"On# at tfle roundaltoiu of a free M'* »•*»*• 

and deswrrallc arofld U the fre^ ^ ^Ne from Uaidon Mr Me- 
dom of oapreMioh through a free wuhaa for eon 

and unfatUHwd scoaa ^tmied penaperit) 

• During ttt M yeara, Thg Cul«mU( ^ 

iuta etemphftad ihu 



Troller Burns 
Near Ucluelet 



Words in 



Paper TtHiny 
Pqttal Three ISovels 



UtT.UKl.B 1 . Oe<v ll.^Ftre de- 
■iroyed Ute »uperxlructure of Uie 
Sl'tdrH Vrnua. a trolling veaaci 
owned by hrnnrtt lotu-hle M 
Urluelri Klamea broke out at'll SS 
a m while tire rraft waa (aklng on 
gaaoline Peter and Oeorge HlUler. 
ownera of tha Hlilier Quaon, towed 
Iha burning rraft away from the 
▼tllwe and beached her on Uciheiot 
Arm. 



Kl the atgn-. Since (he langUi of the aveiwge to>a waa awneied b> a hwtoe' 
of greai hU inavei m gaoiM wwrde. eaeh eopy bath had to moto two tngo w 
juf thla aperlal annivoriary edlUon. tob-*****®** to torvw hatoto i 

>'™* Which conuio. lO pao. «d « 

laatimaied mSM woida. u the downtown to to 

l^v.^ of at lea- three fair- ^narTriTs IZZZI Z 
edition, the pnnuns aopartment hod 

r II .jx mvm ano a ton of ink . 

tor. ago by « I*- rtr- ^ 

•I ageni fo«. '‘‘^'•'ton aiafT from the nirulauen •« NDlBa 

ilynamiie n "tonaier to (he earner boya Hour> Mature PScSod and mpoS to- 
ol planning went Into rirvulatton ^ »utttnt tnacto ready to mtv 
hundred- ot ***•<*• paliiu aa wolL to toe 

the Mou»e «*TtlNk Tlwv a raptud aard totoled oowie 

wtran Arm- pom* » aimneraary edi. 

I. al a Oom- «m». paper, were handled by mrrtora Z! . 
o made puh- ihrough delivery tub-tUtlona to the 
with toai* rti) Where one Uurk uMally toftoa^ ITctol!!!!. ^ 2 - 

the aub-tUliona for a imraal edT'??! M OaratoO) They fiM 
ide publlr bv, non. throe truHte mamito thioe 

today ^ ^ * 

»«h U th. (B r^Ui, ~n-. SLTT? 5 



eaiMita atsox i mswaoN 

Oulnnitt on the newapaperb MUi 
Other, (n- 

L. Marken— e 



^ delude Rt. Hon 

•I 14 an hour They claM a U oeiit- m„, former Prime MtnUtor; Mayor 
an-hour Incrwaae hae been grantod *, oeorge. l H. Macdonald, 

^num in fvery any In Bmiah manager of the Canadian 

C^bia. with tho eacaiHlon of Kewapaper.' AtouriaUon and 

Victoria. >inc# Mat Bummer. ^ ^ MrAdam. Ageni-lteneral for 

Oeorge H. Wheaton, preeideal. of Bmuh Columbia In the United 
thb Vicioiia Huitdera Cwchangw. ' Kingdom. Ureeunga alM canto from 
which haa refuaed lo iiwreaat ear- other newopapm. 
iwniora' pay. ataled there aae noj Mr. St. Laurwnt. in a letter re- 
roaaon for Victorta wagta being the piodueed on thla page and addraaaed 
aara aa thoae tn Vancouver. He to K. T. Mataon. r-iWtoher ot The 
told Vicuirla. la not a'hlghiy todua-»Oehmiat, enmmeniid that tho poper 
irtalloed city Uke Vantouver which hot had a Miw tml faithful reeord 
can pato on tocroatM tatia to Uw af itrvko to Canada and wtahod It 



■trUUng carpenter, and cKy con- 
tractor. will meet ingether at 10 
am. Monday befnie a conciliation 
board aeeklng to end the eight-day 
old alrike. 

"Wr will know Monday^ whgi her 
the atrlke la goinf to be iwUied'or 
prolonged." atoied V. Mtdglev. 
reprtotmaUre of the United 
Brotherho«id of Carptaiert and 
Jolnera of America. 

Oarpentera art aaklng tor a 14- 
cent-an-hour wage incrtaae which 
would talae boalo pay ftoto 41.40 to 



whole eountrv 



Railitt Pagmat 



1948 Accident Toll 



KJrpin IN|ilotkt«la 



beoadeniftg Ita arope and geowina Foresees Post 

with the youthful City of Victoria 
wheat Incorpocllon it wttnemed 

aofoe four yoaiw after ID own found- T Ol OrflulCV 
tog bar tho tato Amor dt C«mov •owanv' y 

the DaUy Ootontel hat tervod the VANCOUVBR. Dec It <P A 
’Prom Itt Biwt editton aa a weekly. Vancouver paper, to a dkgnWh frtwH 
pubOc to the beat of aUUty tin ottowu. mM today Oardeu BtwdItT 
aU lu divwnifttd SoUa unUl today arttvv trr ttvwfuundkaiira pttna foe ti» aUitfi wiU ba rwoalad to -111 
on Itt ISIh annmriary, n And# it- re sf edarauau. may bo appetotod mwBltiitoitral tamo MlB are 
aav a ptUar of o|$r -vie nto garia W PlBiiM tsblnat lalittd Dm aaoeoa. 



Sava kl—wn aama al 
I aacT— naval plana it 
bejott he actually plusood 
lUneni tote war by tovadtog 



AnniverMry'' 

In dramaitttd pageant form OJTl 
wU) prfwetd a hatf-heur "Balula to 
The Colonttt.'* al • pja tonight to 
mmineihorate the paperb ft yean 
of publlcatton. 

The program, prod u ced kg Jamea 
Orawfbrd. wU) loU the Mery of 4he 
growth of Tht OoloniM paraUeliM 
R to the dtvekiptobA of BrlUah 
Ordumbla and Orta tor VMorto, In 
odgRlon the Moetta behind sotoWt 
aowB eventt uneovered kg Tho 
OotottiM wlU bt feoturod. 



V ictoriansA mongBestFefl in Canada; 
Living Standard Highy Survey Shows 



AUTOMOBILB ACClDKItTS 



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625 FORT STREET 

OWNKO AND ortBATKD Bf 
HABD-OF-BtABINU FBurLB 



TURN, ON THE HEAT 



this Chriitm«tt Oiv* 
Mother An tlectricAl |Ut (or 
the home — in iron, a 
toAittr, A mixer. For a 
rtAlly blic Chriitmee 
five her a etove or d 
wAHhtns mechinc. 



CHOOSE HOW FROM OUR 
FAMOUS-NAME STOCK . . . 

• ToAtAcri *0 WArflc IroRA 
V • Irons 0 MiBAll Food Miaert 

. • MADttI Radloe 

jMk & • Electric Kettles 



XMAS TREE UOHTI 



c. j. McDowell 



PORK end BEANS 

N'Aboh. A A I 

15-ot. tin -- "liur 



PROGRESS 

ON EVERY FRONT 



^ Th« advance (d medicine esainet the enemy, diataae. 
BweepA forw ar d on every front. Techniquet of anttheaU 
have improved to make poaaible eurgical prOetduree 
denied to the practitioner of the twentiet. Hifhly refined 
and Ipecialifed mechanical aids, iodndtnf the X-ray. 
fttAoroacope. and etactrocardiograph, have abarpeoed 
tBagnoetic ekillB. Teating of the blood and urine rtveala 
^more aignificant fScia td the phyaician than avtr bafort- 
'la eupport of the phyaician, the pharmaceutical cbemiat 
cantinuea to focft^oew diemical and biolofical weapona 
to flgbt dbaaaa. Insulin for the manacMtaat oC diebalaa 
mal^tue. lietr extract for p e rnict o o a anacaia. aalla dntga, 
and^ptnicinin are examplea. Your phyaidan and your 
phannaciat aro akrt to apply the improved proceduraa 
aa they become avaiUbk. 



the daily colonist, victoria. BC. SUNDAY.* niXEMBER 12, 1948 



V j m T O A * J ^ Arabs to aebiert a nUseton to draw up b detaUed pro- 

§ f l\l m '■'Beyaap ^ w <^nal setUeoseot of bU eueeOons be- poabI for b pstnnBoem uurroAtionsl 

%j9ll9 rtvlme for tbs JrrtmtiBm BTta. 

M. M. I A OtdBied IbB ilotf pUoBA In A OBClared bU rrfueets Btshiof to 

o'n fw^ Hk jf V * iPBliellni. tpcludlng NaiBtetli. rectum to tbot* boenso and Uvs at 

If ya M V«Tf^y) at protected end opm to peeee w«h tbrtr nNfhb'rA should 

y M. w J iaecem. l be psnnltud to do so at th| .earUr*: 

' 7- Inetnieted the eoDellBUim oooi- pracUCAbl* date 

^ 

naUon PaiesUns Oo n ctUatto n Com- ;cooclUBtloo. o o nunt ado n . headguAf- 5 PYPEDT DARIA DFPAID^ x 

ImiAslon last nlfht In anothw' at- j t«e in PaJesUne. 5 I ^ 

'tempt to brtnf permanent peace U>i j. Knocked out all refersneas In ,s OUR TECHNICIANS ARE EXPERTS 2 

the Holy Land. It named the United j the conclitatloR aeheme to tbs UN. I S . PROMPT PICKUP : 

States. Pranoe and Tucker aa tbalparUUon plan, approved Norembcrls • ^ ■mam m Aoa PHONl > 

commiBifca'A members. .3S, 1947. and to tbs report deaftod 'S I ■■ nnsnU s 

^ The M-natlon assembly tlien took by IBs lau Palmtlm mediator. I| |fp Vb llVftVIl D ■ 9 

‘up the Korean question end ran! Count ^Ike Bemadoite, propostbc [g aalba anb ABBvira oArr K# *w A A s 

UrVpSSirior™!rfIf*Ldr,^^ 

the Paris meeUnt thlB momlnf.'takt over the }obo( AeUnd Madlstor 
I The flnsl vote 00 the condlaHon *dph Bunche and, tf tha Bacurtty 

plan jointly sponsored by the Unltad Council asks It to. tha truce ma- H H 

States and Britain via » to 11. , chlnery In th# Roly Imnd. ■ A A H 

; srith eiiht abstentiona.' * d. OaUed upon the and ■ Hy My My mm M 

, NA iivi Av Ara^ ^ through tbs emn* M ^ T T ■ 

SO DELAY ,mlAAlom or by direct nAfOtUtlons M • • M 

j The Israeli delefsUon said U» ’ toward a aelUament. . ■ 

I Jewish nation U rrady to enter Into 5 instructed the concUlAtUm M • wmm m H 

r.‘nTn°“SSLrJL^" *^:»nunu.,on .0 u,. .up. u | CouFse in Flvlnsr I 

Those who voted afslnit rreatlni : 
the commlAskm wars: AfghanlAtan. ' 

Cuba and Pakistan, plus the Arab 
states •— Egypt, Syria, Lebanon.. 

I Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Yemen ; knd 
I the six Slav bloc nAtlons-^Russla, 

Poland. Csecho-Slovakta, Yugo- 
julavla, White Ruuls and the Soviet 
I Ukraine. 



River Defences ! Creeimg> [Forest- Fil 
Hit Heavily -Anyway Exceeds ^ 

By Communists CbrUtinas card from a I Forest tire loss es in Bril 

J Ckjvemmint charwoman to lumMa this year were greai 

NANKING. Dec. 11 tF). — This gir Stafford Crlpps. British In the entire Waettm regioi 

Chinese capitars Hwsl River de- chancellor of the Echsquar: United States, the Western 

fences wers reported pierced today happy Christmas and New ComsnrsUon Assoclat 

by two Oommuoist columns — poa-^ Year told yesterday, 

sibly ^AOO inen— bent ^ cutUM j -y. i Figures submitted b/'C. 8. 

tbe_ vital supply Jgute 71 ydles by Washing! 

rsirnornrrest oT Nanklnf. whose Christmas ait Fire Association, showed 

Reliable inlurmanu repOrtml Gov- ^ , j 

ernmeiit relnfomn^ts An Insulted OoVernment 'wed 3S4.3M serm In Bril 

had arrived at the threstaned sla- women cteener.'* lumbla. Involving a loss Ie 

** Was re- ®*'* ^*** K lo s meeting of amounting to ^tf,726. 

poJS; ^5?.bcut « Bth.mmndofher .l.urn.2; ^hartS^ 

.-t «r Pentpn .ma P> miinr wd iSfrlTS mr 

norihwfsi of‘Kf,nH.n* offer^ a pay «« ^ 

""‘k"* the whole Pm^lfic N. 

said the immedUW result of the including BrltUh O 

struggle tor Namtl{\gs close ap- f^rthlnn <7J cents) thsy there were gp6,S60 acres cm 

proache. hinged on sblUiy of the ^^np (7J cenU) thsy ;,nw uis loss was tl99.f 
Government Sixth Army Group to »ougn*- Columbia tmolov 

liberate remnanto of the trapped — - - ~Tr" . 

12ih Army Group about 146 miles. 

P Alliance Talks Start Tomorr 

the liberation In about 4hree days. 

Surh A development might make mj • ^ P C* 

ISure ot Success 



Forest Fire Loss in 
Exceeds Western Totals ! ~ ^ 



FREE ! ! 

Course In Flying 



pr«.««. Alliance Talks Start Tomorrow: 

ire days. 7 



muccus TTCSld'H iUiai!!!) LONDON. Dec. II <A^,— Queen 

Mary. 81. baa cancelled aU bar even- 

Forest tire losses in British Co- 414 men out of s total of 7.984 In Ing engapments, It was announced 
lumbla this year were greater than -fire protebUdU werkT Mr. Cowan fv- because of s continuing 

In the entire Western region of the parted. ' 

United States, tha Western ForMtry Oregon alone, which had fires 

land ComsnrsUon Aasoclatloo was covering only 3.232 seres, cmpkpyed, TTie snnouncemept said she u in 
told yesterday. 1.010 pienin fire protection work. excellent health olherarlse and In- 

i Figures submitted b/'C. 8. Cowan, New officers of the assocuuon tends to continue all her daytime 
chief fire warden, Washington For- elected yeaterdsy morning as , engagements but must remain In- 
ast Fire Aas«laudn, showed that for ' <«nvanUun wound up lU lKree> doon In the eveninp until the. cough 
tha year ending October 1 fire cov- meeting In the Empress Hotel, clears up. 

'ered 384J86 acres In Brlttoh Co- They were: President, P. D. EdgeU. - 

lumbla, involving a loss In Umber first vice-president. Wetter « , , I 

amounting to UF6.736. Nells. Montana: vice-wpldente, E.i' ■ I 

f British Colu^la had more than ®- Tanner. MohUna; Gordon Ma- L UlViU A^iFCIiVlo 
half the acreagr daitroyed kjj fire h**T. California: -J. A. Anderson, 

,and nearly 90 per cent of tEe' dollar '^*’®’ MBCMimn; Bnttth Co- WB-Malr a 

loaa. lumbla. ant^E, R. Ashum, Waamng-,|_fU| Oil OiriKC 

For the whole Pacific Northwest counsel. Stewart Molr, i 

area, including BrltUh Columbia. Montana, and secretary-treasurer, TOKIO. Dec. 11 uPi.— Japanese 
there were gp6.260 acree covered by '^- ®- Cowan. Seattle. seamen went on strike, as sched- 

■fire and the loss was 8199.448. ^ Trustees were Corydon Wsgner, j uled. today and idled 308 ships In 

. BrltUh Columbia employed only Washington: Roy Morse. Wsahing-Ag harbors. It U the third In a 

jton: P- D. Bdcetl, E. R, Ashton. Ed- 'tries' of short-lived strikes to en- 

|mund Hays. Oregon: E. B. Tanner. , fo^ce demands for more wages. 

J F Hennessy. CaUfomls: K. R. -s >n ImmiNllate result of the 



AT CHRISTMAS 

With tha 

ALL-IN-ONE 

Wasters Eleetrie 

Hearing Aid 

Designed by 

Bell Telephone Laboratories 



IS OFFIRIO 

BY 



l.S.H.TVE 326 



below the Hwai. v v.gva..aewva R. J Fllberg and C, D. Orchard, both ■ y.. 

However. Harold K. Milks. A P. WASHINGTON. Dec. 11 A the hUtortc mutual aid sgresment BrltUh Columbia. 1^* 

Army Group sUU was 36 miles short ^jiunce talks but oDcials sesmad . ^ , /. . . fW 

of a Juncture. He depicted It « confldsnt today that tht final d*-* resumed Ute yastcr- j0\y|Sn JVlOVC islv 

Aghtlng spintMly but slowly. | fence pact wni be ready for action •****■ » Ihree-month recass. V ft 

~ -m' <ln tbe United Statas Senate before Their aim U a North AUanUc O • 1 ¥_¥ 1- 1 

Hplliti ffllfim [Bprlng. iStroDghold Unking Uie United 8ULBS . >31(1 r|3|fP(I b/ 

p NegoUalors from seven countries *nd Canada to the defence ramparu'^**'* **«EE^\g. fl 

f3| • {an schadttJad to gel down to braM^^o* up by the Wesum Euro- PARIS, Dec. 11 oP). -> Ooe of ^ 

ildtlHlilfl . Monday when the Western P«*n union of Brllaln, France. Bel-jBrUsin's top Middle Eastern pxp»tu ft 

" , European represootaUves are' ex- glum. The Netherlands and Luxem- g^jd today an alleged move by J4 

I pected to present ihslrproposaU for bourg. 'jewUh forces toward Trans-Jordan's Sf 



J. P. Hennessy. CaUfomls: K. R. ^a an ImmedlaU result o? the 
Walker., .CaUfomls: -C. J. Jewett, new 73-hour walkout,. ten pUnU In 
Idaho. C. C. Rkthlf, Idaho; I. A. Toklo area curtailed opcrallona 

Anderson. Idaho; W. C. Lubrecht, conserve coal and other materlsU. 

Monians: Walter NelU, Montana; 1 - - 

':lk - 



Aghtlng spiritedly but slowly. | fence pact wHl be ready for action •****■ » Ihree-month recass. 

~ <ln tbe United Statas Senate before Their aim U a North Atlantic 

Kp/f|P| jpi’/|/f rn [Spring. {Stronghold Unking the United SULes.. 

B pvrs SBSi ^ laBS rrs y Negoilalors from seven countries •n<l Canada to the defence ramparts 

wyj • {are schadttJad to gel down to brsM^belog set up by the Western Euro- 

, |tacka Monday when the Western P**n union of Britain, France. Bel- 1 
^ ' I European represootaUves are' ex- glum. The Netherlands and Luxem-' 

T/fI/i74lf Trd>P I pected to present ihslr proposals for bourg. *, 

X C4f I C ill' M. f f: t' I It was understood that tha Suro- 

BELLINGHAM. Dec. It oP).~ThU w e TB 1 powers wUl ask for a 50-yiar 

elty. which Ukes the Ulle of ‘Chrlai- ■||fgk|«|||| i|||l|k BlUance-a point expected cause 

mas aiy.” planned lu bid today for BBlAXV/ something of an argument- 

the woeld'i championship when It ! ^ VI e Aroerlcsn offlclals evidently be- . 

comes to public ChrUtmas trees. 1 M gxw* ItliinndkClO * shorter-term pset perhaps 

Spofceflnen for the Junior Cbam- 1 U1 l.llilUlICdtCl xlUi provisions for renewal, would 
ber of Commerce promised a tree a jt *’* sccepiable here— on the 

on the downiown streets “over 120 ^ ground that the treaty no longer 

feet in height and equivalent to » chdon I® break off deadlocked be needed after Western 

13-story building " Dutch -Indonesian peace talka was Europe has recovered lU strength. 

• Tliey would not rtvesl the exact ,*®™^uncrt today by The Neth#r- There are two other points of 
height. drtrrnUnrd the city should Oovemmenl. UkeJy disagreement which must be 

be able to malntalti lU boast ol the The ennounre~-iH- -said further ironed out: 

nation's largest ChrUlmaJi tree. ■ negotiations "wi**' the Indonesian i. What action would be taken U 

“When It's up,'* Jayref spokesmen Republic only would delay a final one of the treaty signatories were 
aald.i*'evrr)one. will know Us h«4ght.'* isoluUon of the Indonesian problem Jgttacked. The Europesn countrlea 
The tree, a Douglas fir Inr^.CBd. the Oovemmenl said,|imni the strongest possible United 

w.Uiin the Mount Baker NaUonal 'Dutch authorities were going ahead iSules pledge of aid In case of 
Poresi. U preseming a Psui Bunyan with the establishment of an interim ^trouble. Under the United Statas 
feat to the ambitious ciuaens. In government to nils temporarily over eonstltmion. however, only Con- 
on the work, which wtll be donc-ln all areas of Indonesia except thoee greai has ihe'power to declare war. 
the first few dsys of next week, arc controlled by the Republic. 2. Plans to expand the defence 

Industrial supply men. logging opera- : The interim government la in- agrastnent to In^ude other eoun- 
tiwa. law officers and truckers tended to rule unUl the projected tries. Some of the negotlaton err 
Among the supplies for tha taak are United Stales of Indonesia becomes ■ reported to believe that the original 
Included csblea 208 fast In Iwigtb a full-fledged partner In the Dutch 1 members could flrst sign a irtaty. 
With which tn seevra the tret- |Emplre then Invite other quallflad countries 

Now. of course. Portland. Orr.. I The peace talks have been going to Join, 
is going to dreorste a tree 140 feet on under supervision of a United The prevailing AmaAcan view—' 



Electrical 

GIFTS 



It wu understood that tha Euro- Red 8ea port of Aqaba appears to ra 
;an powers wUl ask for a 50-yiar have halted. ^5 

Uance — a point expected *} cause Vi 



J. W. BUCKLER 
INSURANCE* AGENCIES 
Ws appreciate your goodwill and 



UU itheyssy»-but they ^nt have Nations good offices committee since which may not be flnnlvset-U that at chrtstmastlms wUh youiW VICTORIA'S PLUMBING AND HEATING CENTRE 
to move it. Us growing right In one the large-scale fighting was ended it probably would be better to ask paect. security and good cheer, tolfl VICTORIAS PLUMBING HhA U 



of their parka. by the RsnvlUc truce last Pebruary. [other countries to Join In tht Onsl nil your heart and h^'e t^7*and 1000 DOUGLAS 

_ I announced for the > negoUattons and sign the original alt through the coming New Year ■* 

Scow Explosion ' _ . - 

« • « mentioned January 1. 

(.auses Injuries ^ Just 73 Years to Go 

NORTH VANCOUVER. BC. Nov. tjeeUion to break off Ullu • • • a/ 440^ • 4 Ci4'# O C'V/ V tea 

11 <9).— W. B. Purdy. 47-year*old «(|] to be considered by the ^ T ■ 

Vancouver Water Board employee, Security CoudHL 
vras recovering in hospllal today 1 “ ] 

from Injurim suffered In an nplo- : There are 17 rivers on Vancouver { ^ ^<wa ISt^ 

lion near Second Narrows Bridge, island. Eight flow out by way dl f ^ 

Two other men suffered minor in- ! the Bael Coast and nine by the Wes'. ^ 

jurlea. I Coast _^j . _ ^ t 



Scow Explosion 
(iauses Injuries 



- — • — ........ ..... BiHi gooa enver. kji »* nr 

by the RsnvlUc truce last Pebruary. [other countries to Join In tht final nil your heart and home today and 'vj 1000 DOUGLAS 

No date was announced for the > negoUattons and sign the original alt through the coming New Year fp ^ _ 4g 

formation of the interim govern-^ pact. 



ERIC YOUNG 



DAVE BANPIBLD 






MEL WARNOCK 



JACK ALUBON 



U^ Wa Cakbrste Ow WMi Aaniversafy . . , With the rapid growth of Orester Vkioria bi recent vvars. Yr>«ng's Radio hs« itow grawa »e| 
“Vkioria’s Radw Cmire.’* . . ."AVe are proud to offer the tervtrrs of the City’* lop-rankmg Radto Trchnktsns. % . . A mod*to store rsrfytnf ' 
nattonally'kQOwn merchandise. 

RADIOS^PKILCO - SPARTDn . QKNBRAL ELECTRIC - DB FOREST 
WAtHBRS-lNGLlB - THOR AND THOR -AUTOMATIC* 

I ELECTRIC AFPLIANCBB— KETTLES - IRONI - TOAtTERt • COFFEE MAKBRl - HEATING PADS - HKATBRt - CLOCKS' 
I RAIORS - IRONlRt • RANOBTTBS • APARTMENT WASHERS - VACUUM CLEANERS • PLOOK POLlSHBEt 

AND A FULL SELECTION OP CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTS 
COHVBNIBNT TERMS ARRANGED LXSKPAL TRADE-IN ALLOWSd 

. YOUNG’S RADIO 



MACDONALD’S 

IN CO-OPBRATION WITH THE 

VICTORIA FLYING CLUB 

TO THE PERSON WHO SENDS IN THE BESf~ 
LETTER ON THE SUBJECT 

"I WANT TO FLY BECAUSE" 

Thie leti-r lo he writirn in lOO words nr I'is nn the oMiost 
entry hlank. This nffkist entry must be rrturnrd to Mir- 
donatd's not later than January l.V i'>49. Rut d» m«t dcUv- 
get your rniry m carir. 

— JUDGES’ DECISION WILL BE FINAL — 

. Rrtnemher, this it » roinpirtr count with sM the nerrsftsrv 
ground and flight uiitruciinn to i<nt.iie licrniv Veil wilt be 
trained by Chief Initrnctor of thf \'uion» Hub on 

i|f«. modern aircraft. 

It will not be necessary lor von tr, mu* *chool nr work lo 
lake the roune, at srrangememi will l>e made f>« w.->A rnr| 
trsinfng ^ 

The course is valued at $400. 

Just think, you will be able to fiv am 1 Isi-r \«lirn m-ii < n idrie 
^is course. 

Contest is open to all prrioni lr> years of tgc and ovrr. 
JUDGES: 

E. G. Rowebottum, Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry. 
U'slter S. Mites. Fresideni, Viclnris Chamber ol Comnirrce 
Miles Hague, Freiidcnt. Viclorts Flying Cln'> 

THERE IS NOTHING TO SELL, NOTHING TO RUY- 
JUST WRITE YOUR LETTER AND BEND BV 
JANUARY 15. 1949. TO 



747 YATIS 



1 1171 



SjMDJals ftr iONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY 



ORDER YOUR 

TURKEY 

NOW! 

And l>r as^uiriJ m one t,f 
onr l«)|>-qnsliu turkey* 



SPECIAL 



LARD 



per tb. 



• SPECIAL i 

AYLMER SOUP 

ToinaiK. 4 A 
N'egrtablc v tins w 



OXYDOL SOAP POWDER ,35 

BLUE RIBBON RED LABEL TEA „ 85 
oilASE I SANBORN OOFFEE ~5S 

HUNTER’S ORANOE MARRALADE^^ 5S 



REMEDIES DEPARTMENT SPEOIAU 



Sox el lA oil paiatiat enurr 
fitt eacb. Box 



MALT EXTRACT with Cad PARACIDK MOTH CRTS- 
Liver OIL CQg TALA Mb. toss. 

Mb. Mr OW Mch 04T 



FAVORITE PK TOIAOOO f 



UCORICB ALL- 

SORTS, lb 



M # I MUTTER SCOTCH 
I SQUAREA tb. 



794 PORT 



*VlCTORIA*E RADIO CRNTRB* 



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1212 DOUCIAS 






THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., SUNDAY* DECEMBER 12. 1948 



Finds ’Early -Day Property Deeds 



re for Exhibition 



The Local Scene 



Property deefU- ugned by Sir joruclot. treesirev of ^^MookJ 
imf» Douftee wbeo .Voaeoutw | aad 



One jot Uk dcadk. »t4ii«» that 
ycttliitt Ooitten paid |7i to 'Lbc 
HudMti'B Bey Cfompeoy lor Lot No. 
«M. The deed of purrhe»e u »ifiieU 
July 16. 1661. The other merke the 



Platinum Watch, Yule Presents 
Stolen From Oak Bay Homes 

Two break-ins early Saturday morning weve reported 
yesterday^ by Oak Bay police. 

Thieves who enter^ the home of P. O. SUls of 2595 
Lansdowne Road, some time after 1 am., h^ade off, with 
I two valuable patlnum rings and a platinum, watch la ad- 
I dltion to a quantity of Hi^or. 

, ^lice said thieves must mave entered a bedroom of!-' 
the house where occupants were sleeping to steal .the 
Jewele^, the value of which has not yet been set. Means 
by which entry to the house was gained Tias not yet been i 
ascertained. 

'Mrt. C. B. IdofTte. of SlSO We«ld 
RoAd, reported to Oek Bey police 
ihAt A'Wtndov of her borne hod been 
forced around I ajn. Saturday, and 
coatly Chmunaa ftfu atolen. 



paper^'ihr^aa prephrtnf to bunvlthe Hudson'* Bay Cdnipany alRrha^h^ufoliasa uf Lyt No. m by James 
“Yoa know whdi you will 'pot yet been kiUshtcd by Queen Lewrll for 660. 

find 1° your mUlc you are ' Victoria. Joseph Petnbrrton. tlir AnoUier deed lists Uw sale of a 

moTlfisT aald Mra.- Wlae. who re- Oolony's cBief surveyor at the time, parcel of property between Fort 

oenUy aoM htr home. *‘1 even found was one of the witn«sssa_to U>e Slreeta for the sum of 

a cade that used to beloQi to B tlsnlnc. U.DOO. 



Answer on Pifs 4 



AnatiaJ ChrlstoMs parly el the 
Victeria Uberal Association will 
be held at Liberal Headanarters. 
IStZ-A GoTermneal Street Mon* 
day Blfht. etsrtlnf at f, C. M. 
flTiyle. secretary. * 



RAmO TALK 

Dick Batey, production' 'manascr' 
at CJVI. will speak on ''Radio News 
m a Shnnkint World.*' at the 
second meeilns of the nfwly- 
organlsed Curreat-MVW^Club at 
the Y.MCA. Monday at 8 pjs. 

Mr Batcy Is one of adveral speak- 
ers the club intends to brtnt In to 
tell them about eurrent affairs. 
Panel sroupe and Informal dis- 
cusstun will be arranged to furthef 
mform mrtn^'rt. All meetings are 
open to the public. 

HtiriS'«c uf the’club Is to create 
interest in l'>caT and world events, 
and a better understanding of them.'* 
said Robert MorrUon. h..C.A. pro- 
gram director. 

Chairman of the club, wtuch' was 
organized by the 8o-Bd CIlib. U 
Norman Moss. 

Richmoiid f*<Rot P KOBMEU 
H. .found^. Associated Sign and Display 
Men's AssodaUon was formed at a 



of Practical 



BOX 60LN0 



Children 

Enjoy 

Painting 



on the brach 



She'll welcome something to wear, 
ond escpecially from the wonder- 
ful list you'll find ot MoHek's. 
Luxurious Fur CooH, Fur Chokers 
of soft beouty, Coots, Suits, 
Dresses of every type and for every 



day looked as If they were straight 
from Ihe surrealistic brush of Sal- no REWARD 
vador Dal. Richard Ht 

Such ideas were dupelled by the Avenue. Colo 



WfTk. Th?y wf7T z3CJW*terv. TErrg- T^*f^Tt£r wi nr r .lr,g ' 
ing in age from four to 13. who the chei}ues was tSOO 
FPe m ed ~to be having. > good lime* VVlien he i^pturped 
while DainUuf S wide variety al.®'^r. he received a 
scenes'^h large sheeU of p^per. FENUEB* 

Trtey are pupil* in the class of wihlam Blakt 

M... Audrey Auiici.'^a a-.lrvl.ytsr reported w 

student at the Vafleouver School ot ^ ^ 

Art , Bhe comes to Victoria one ^ parked car on C 
Saturday a month to Instruct the causing damage to lY. 
young. arUsLi., and In the rvenlng of fu* car amoupUng 
to Instruct a'clajm of adulter Accordmg to Blak 

NO FORMAL Leksons ,be was dnvbig sout 

The younsaters do not have to sit ®^reel, between Bay 
or even Hillside Avenue. sho« 



occasion. Blouses, foo, fheyVe all 
waiting your choice in the^store 
she’ kriliws. 



recent meeting here. 

T. Stidder ^as elected president 
of the. new organisation- Other* 
elected Included D. Oenn. vlce-presl*' 
dent: P. ManiyUi, secretacy-trea- 
surer; directors. J. hfiller, O.' Vtck- 



Llndcn 



ei\. and N. Adamson 



Or . . . She May Choose 
Herself 

Give her o Gift Certificott 



AO A8TRA MEEXINCi 
Ad Astra Brartch of the Cana- 
dian Legion will hold Its andual 
eJac-Uon meeting In the Britannia 
Branch-Ball at S’pjn., Monday 



-csioBiii Fbeu«. 



o/ Sharon 



from MoMek's for the perfect, 



Y OUNOSTBRS between ages of Sharon ' Butler. Diana Drysdalc, 
four and 13 are eliown In Art {Vicky Husband. Miss Auger. Ltaa 
Olaas in TM.CA. ydelerday ,fier-lH"*»«l. Leshe Drysdala and Ed- 
^ ^ • < ward Wlilttaker. In lower photo 

imn. lor nhlblUon „„„„ 

their palnUngs to ^ held December personality smile at photographer 
10. In top photo they gather as she starts on water color palnt- 
around Instructor Miss Audrey , mg. She painted freehand, with no 
Auger, and appraise paintings they sketch to go by. and result Uidud^l 
did at home alnce previous class Santa Claus, doll, and other assorted 
Left to right are Alls Husband. ^persons, atari, and flguges. 



Straith Lauds 



I Uireugh - fonml lessons, 
paint SMigned vrenes Some of tbelr 
paintings are fairly faithful to de- 
tail* of (he scene depicted. Others 
have windows all over roofs of 
• houses, (Ish shaped like pretzels, 
jand other unorthodox touches. .. 

''*nie main idea I* to get them 
creating son^athlng.** Mhu Auger 
said 

"ir Th^ enjoy palntln^llkey arg 
more tikaiy to follow U when* 
they get older" i 

Sid sen and Jerry Cto- 

tfcs Children ask her. and occaslon->^ 

ally makm suggestions about thelf BrttannU Branch 

paintings. • pr^^i^ent. addressed the patients. 

TO SERVE TEA bringing them Christmas greeungs 

On December 90 parents will see members of hU group. 

a. . .. . ■ * i ArltRlm iirK«a SAeaW ram wff Ira 



practical gift 



Hi UOLT Tl.RMS AHKANi.tU 
Vo fiitrrr>>l or Carrying Cliarge* 



Nig;ht Classes 



Victoria Veterans' HoMpUul liave 
been cntartaloed b)' a group uf 
artists sponsored by the Britannia 
> Branch of the Canadian Legion. 

• Stanley James acted as master ot 
jceremonlea of the show which tea- 
|4tu^ singing and dancing events in 
‘ 1 to qid Seff and Jerry q^- 



Rduratlon Minister W. T. Straith 
^ veslerday praised the contrlbuUtm 
Victoria Colle g e la mak ing to com- 
I muulty life through Its Evening 
; Division. 

I Mr. Slrmlth urged support of’ the 
I three new eourMS to be offered for 
the first tiiree months of 1646. 

"Victoria College Is to be com- 
mended for proTldlhg the adminis- 
tration whereb)’ some ot the very 
.highly trained' aiid cumpetent per- 
sons In this commuulty are enabled 
to help Iri the field n( adult educa- 
tion.** Mr. Straith said. 

"It la with great pleofure knd 
’ satisfaction yiat I note an initial 
group of couraea In music. British 
, Columbia history and the United 
NatloDs. I hope that the suppoH of 
these courses wlO be such that tbe 
oIBciali of the ,cq)iege VUI be en- 
couraged to oiganlae' Vbd preaent 
many other similar couries In the 
•Igture.'’ 

The hew courses. • annouitced a 
week ago by Prof. Robert T- Wal- 
lace, director of the Evening Divi- 
sion. wUl start on January 13 and 
eonilnuc on each subaequant Wed- 
nesday until the end of March. 

Inatructon will be Hans Oruber. 
conductor of the Victoria Sjrm- 
phony Orchestra; Willard IralatMl. 
Provincial Archivist, sod A. A. P 
Dawson, lecturer in ecopomles at, 
Victoria College, who has done re- 
search work for the International 
Labor Office of United Nations. 



Charge of Manslaughter 
Renewed Against Poskitt 



iwmm)b«r i&r VK*roaiA 



sTWPHOffT cowern t T 
lonort** Ntftit *l 10* 

a*7«i 



A (^largt of manslaughter was^of lf97 Pembroke StreCt. in cotmec- 
;tsad out tn city police court yeste.'- Ition with the UafBc death of Melvin 
day against Ksnneth B. Poskitt. 40. 



.what their cWldren have been doing ArlUts who took part in tl« 
%hen an exhibition of their work b^luded Dudley WlckeU. 64rs 
U held tn the Y-MCA.-a program ^ Carver. A Alexander. Ronak 
lounge from 3 to 8 pm: The chll- Arthur Jackman 

dren will serve lea to vtallors. An- 

. derson. BUI- Emmerton and Pipe 

. ^InUng teaches children to use p^,j^ 

Auger said. "At cigareltes were distributed to ihi 
nrvt their paintings are flat and patients 
have no perspective at all. Uter ... 

they notice such detaiV' and get NATIVITY PAGEANT 
depth Into their pictures.** Tbe pageant of the Naimty will 

"Art 1* one of tbe most valuable be ~preaented«by the Bt. Rorr..*ii^ 
of Hobbies because it is creatlvt.** . Pl>)Trs at 8t. Baruabaa Church. 



Ormham. ot 1013 Balmoral 
I Road.’ on October 37. 

Case was remanded to Friday. 
iDecember 17. by Maglhtrate H. C. 
iHall. who set ball at 66.000. 

Poskitt was taken into custody at 
0 30 am. yesterday when ihe 
Attomey-Oaneral’a Department re- 
BUver and gold lapel pins were entered a charge of manalaughter 
presented to 14 Victoria rrap5y?fas agRtrirt him. An original charge ot 
•f Swift Canadian Co. Ltd. last ,manslauchter acalnst Poskitt wa* 
week In reeognlUon' of five or more {withdrawn November U Crown 
years of continuous service to the jprosecuto^ C. L. Harrison. 

! A coroner's jury, after hearing 

A. C. Undaay. local manager, said 'evidence concerning the traffic ac- 
ihe presenlalions were the flrsi inlcj^ent which resulted In Orahaml 
a new service award Prosw™ being returned a verdict of "aert- 

inaugurated by the firni. The award* ^mui death ' on November I. ' 

Were made at the same time as the , . 

service award odiUon* of the com-' A^rting to ^dence pmsenled 

lumy's employee pubbeatkm wav the ..r 

.red at 6.13 p.m. on Monday. October 

Those honored were D Donaldson. ^ ^ Pandora She claims the children get no 

J O'Connor A Barnard W Force ! Avenue and Vancouver Street. It more enfoyment out of Uialr point- 
A.C.Undsai. A Stokes. 8. Hertford! Oraham was creasing Ing than she dora in teaching them. 
J. Wrbster, L. Carters, 8. House. J. ^xndorm Avenue from the centre She supplies them with paper, water 
Lonuu, C. Godfrey, H. O. Winter bdond to the north side of the street, .oUocT and poster paint, 
and O. H. Stevenson. *to the west of the inleraectlon, when xhe children paint large pie- 

Tnacribed on the pins are Swift eolUsltm with a car driven tures— UI m Auger IntdsU on that— 

symbols. Swift employee*, under Poskitt. und their pride In creation 1* ob- 

Ihe new plan, qualify for their first Onham died at 1 p m.. October vtmis when they hold up their 
•ervloe pin on the fifth anniversary 37. from injuries received In the finished palnUogs for the oibera to 
of employment with the firm. srcjdeni appraise. 



Your 

Christmas 

Gift 



The work at lorUfylng EsqulmvJl 
Harbor was started with the landing 
of 13 guns on Hospital Point on Sep- 
tember 6 . 1663. 



-BEYOND COMPARE 



Their Fondest Wish.' 



Oqihanage Children Attend Yule Fete 



HEAR 



MODERN 



MODEST 



\ This, timely Chrislffias oiler ] 
^ fuililliiient uf that vvi^h. Milh the 
% finevt Kale hearmg-aid mvdeU 

J Kale "/i *— ReKiilaT^TSOT 
V i|One‘Unil) - 

\ Male '*.10‘*-»-RegiiIar Slft5.«r>. 

^ rOne Unit) 

i Hale ’‘Sperial" — Regular SI55TI' 
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DESIGN 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1W8 



Thinking Aloud 



AN IN0CPBNO1NT NKWSFAPKK, THX OKQAN 09 NO CUQUE OR PAfTTY 

Vtctori* Ovflcd aad .Operated 

Thf Coioniat Fritiitnf aad PubKibina Corop^rijr LamitH Uability 
Mil Broad Street, yictona, IkC. 

#*a««rt*tiM talMi Ji/ cue ormr. #t bmUi Sr mH, arfuah luir* «j>a aaerKaa Mattacat, M atr tm 

atr ■8B11I otbee aaaatwe, #»# Mr mat, aM.»a«ia 



*7 TOM TATtOB 

I 'M wondtrlni tf when Tm M 111 
Ibe glow Tm aharlng vic&rl- 
ouAiy wlltai 3Q0 olber^ thla morning'*- 
provided, that li. that I too become 
In the f^ue of Ume, a nonafena> 



Why do 1 have a glow? Look ayoond 
y^u, aa they aay of Chrlatopber Wren 
in 8t. Paul’a Or more eorracUy ptr« 
hape. dip Into the 19S pagee of thli 
iaaue of The Daily Colooiiu 
They apeak more eloqaently than X 
ever could of the Old t^ y of Broad 
Street, aa ahe haa been elegantly 
named. 

And If you wonder why a newt- 
pgper ahould be called an old' kdy, 
• recall what Dorothy Thompaon aiUd— 
that the golden agee of hlabory took 
— plaea when- women n ri ert dominated 



Ninety Years of Suslaineil Effort and Progress 

T he. Dally Colonial changed iU' folio local. natiooAi . and world evanU' It haa Jtrom 
numk^pr to “No. 1 — Ninety-Flrat Year” the inception been outspokan, making lla 

yesterday and. aa the oldest daily stand and its reasons plain. It haa been 

on the Pacific Coast, la today marking that favored with a succeaalon of independent 

milestone with a 152<page anniversary publishers who realized their obligations 

edition telling of the growth of the com- to the oommunity first and foremost of all; 

munlty and Its own progress since the first and it has been served throughout ninety 

edition was put on the street by Its founder, years by able and loyal men and women 

Amor de. Cosmos, on December 11. 1856. working in its management and operating 

That was before Victoria was Incorporated; -staffs. 

when As a small and Isolated community it It was with no little pride that the re- 
had to -struggle for its very existence, not quest of the Provindal Archives to micro- 

many years outside of the first stockaded film the first twenty-five years of The Daily 

fort built near James Bay in 1843 by the Colonist's files was received, in recognition 

Hudson's Bay Company. Not a little of the of it^ faithful and honest. recording of the 

genuine pride and pleasure that is the lot day-to-day human pageant which is now 

of this newspaper today comes from the history. That recognition and prestige 

realization that in tnis struggle it was ever have beeoma oountzywlde, as the kindly 

a factor, and quite-^cHen a leading one, on messages of good will and fehoitation 

the side of progress and human weal. printed In this anniversary edition make 

Founded as “an independent newspaper, plain. If today The Dally Colonist is pio* 

the organ of no clique or party/' The Daily neerlng stUl. It Is in a broader world andior 

Colonist has preserved that ideal with greater and more meaningful causes In 

growing conviction to the present day. Its human welfare than ever before. As “an 

wfight has always been thrown on the side independent newspaper, the organ of no 

of the people, and against any and all in- clique or party,” The Daily Colonist can 

terests which would despoil them. It perhaps lay claim to ha\^g preserved He- 
pressed consistently for the union of the character, Its integrity and effectiveness 

two Crown Colonies of Vancouver Island unimpaired under its preserjt Publisher, 

and British Columbia: for British Co- Mr. H. T. Matson, strengthened by the years 

lumbla's entry into Confederation; and that lie behind. Each day its editions are 

more recently for the union of Newfound- bom and each day die. but that which en- 

land with the Dominion of Canada. On dures isrharacter. 



the scene. 



The record would teem to support 
Mias Thomson, too. 

Anyway, who or what is more gra- 
cious than an old lady, especially when 
she's svelte and sopblsUcated and stUl 
full of bounce. 

Admiral Cunningham was wont to 
speak of the Warsplte as the Old Lady 
of the Mediterranean. You remem- 
ber her"?- She could lift her sklrU 
with the beat of them and thunder her 
broadaldes’wlth devastating effect. 

Need I pTSor thr mnalogy? 

QUITE A CHARACTKB 

*Tls true X haven't known the Old 
Lady of Broad Street as long as many 
others who .Qifs morning are abarlng 
in her notable anniveraary. Ten yeara' 
kinship makes me Just one of the 
younger members of the family. Maybe 
this is one of those days when I should 
be ssen and not heard. But then the 
Old Lady insists. 

Oh. she's quite a character is the 
Oi(T tAdy. Shs's mistress in her own 
house, all right, qever the handroaldan 
of outsiders. She believes in being free 
to speak her tnind, which these days 
aspcclaUy is a grand attribute. You 
see. she grew up in days when com- 
pany compacts and things like that 
rather crabbed the style of nmst am- 
bitious your\g maidens. 

And to. when ahe gathered her own 
family together as the years saw her' 
household expand, ahe passed along 
the buoyant credo that had enabled 
her to weather many storms and 
emerge serene and confidant with true 
matriarchal dlkhtty. 

I like her for that. 

She upsets .mg, composure at times,' 
I'll concede. For example. I can't for- 



James Bay Jottings 



Observation 
Car: By g. b. 



~ strategic error Is being repeated. Tbs 
Government's closed-mouth policy it 
resulting in a poor press. Radio and 
elections ag>eecbcs, day-to-day utter- 
ances of Cabinet ministers have been 
lacklustre and uninteresting. They 
appear compounded mainly of a re- 
-peiitlve defe n c e of'lree en terp r i se and 
the sales tax. both grouped undfr the 
same ^Ical heading, and reileraUan 
of tile »ct that British Columbia has 
a hospltgl insurance plan. 

Many of thoM who must take to the 
Hustings In tiie-ibrtJnpmlng eleetten 
recall that this has all been said be- 
fore and doesn't represent a- very po- 
tent campaign mixture. Some with 
tbelr ears close to the earth think it 
/ would now be timely If the Govern- 
ment would pull up Its collective socks. 
They feel the Oovemment has a good 
case tOL luvsant 11 li would, and more 
emphasis ahould be placed on spread- 
ing the Gospel day by day rather than 
by election-eve utterances from the 
rostrum, when cynical voters may dis- 
miss half they aay as "election talk." 
.To combat the usual Impassioned 
orat<Jry of the C.C.F., they feel some- 
thing more imaginative la in order 
than reiterating <a4 that private en- 
terprise Is good. rb> that socialism and 
communlam are two sides of the same 
coin, which is bad. 

Some suggest that a few pertinent 
phrases and arguments could be as- 
sembled which would convince wobbly 
voters that private enterprise Is a good 



By FRED McNEa 

O pinion that the coalition Gov- 
ernment is doing a poor Job of 
selling Itself to the people is growing 
among newsmen, political pundlu, and 
party membera, to say nothing of some 
members of the Cabinet itself. 

The artful hand of ex-Premler John 
Hart, past master at convincing the 
people that his was the best possible 
of all governments, haa been replaced, 
it U suggested, by the heavier hend of 
Finance Minister Herbert Anscomb. It 
la said that whereas Mr. Hart formerly 
used his adroirhzHd to guide Mr. An- 
Bcomb, the finance minister, is now 
pointing the pathways to poUUcally- 
leoi-experlenced Premier Johnson. 

The Iron curtairi which surrounds 
the operation of the rtnanee Depart- 
ment. which appegrs dedicated tn.the 
principle that Government business Is 
not public business. Is cited u an ex- 
ample In.poIhL 

lids blanket of silence b held to 
continue the poor policy associated 
with the Introduction of the sales tax 
at the last session. Many back bench- 
ers then complained bitterly that the 
tax bill was thrown to the House, and 
the public, without a proper case being 
made for It beforehand. Indeed It 
came as a distinct shock that the Gov- 
ernment was In financial difflculUes 
The shock was net lightened by 
recollection ot the painful contrast 
presented by Mr. Rsrt's record of com- 
fortable surpluses, nor by Mr. An- 
scomb's Impatient explanation that 
Mr. Hart's regime covered a period 
when the Government waa collecting 
much and spending little. 

But, chorused the members at that 
time, why didn't somebody spend some 
Ume explaining how a surplus turned 
Into a deflrtt before this nuisance tax 
was slapped on? 

Now, the pundits argue, this major 



T he ObservaUoq Car first saw the 
light of day on March 31. 1935, It 
was intended as a sort of safety valve 
for the entire Editorial Department 
afc atf., an d » m ea n a whereby happen- 
ings and comments not in the <^ate- 
gory of news could be served up In the 
form of squibs. By IMS the column 
was carried on JolnUy by "JD.." the 
late Joseph M. Cvlahunly, and George 
BoiiavU. h}: 

of It to the sports page, and "OB.* 
fell bietr to the remainder. Other con- 
tributors In the days when the staff 
kept the Observation Car on a level 
track included Percy C. Richards. Bar- 
rington H. E. Ooult, ilugh C- MacCal- 
lum. Nell A. C- McKelvIe. Roy Murdock, 
William Herbert. Miss Muriel Richards. 
WliUam 1. Fletcher. H. 8. Graves. John 
McAllister, MUs Ethel M. ^ruce, Miss 
Barbara Bullock-Webster, Frank M 
Kelley, the late Sidney Thomas, the 
late Hisrold B. McDonald, the late 
Richard L. Pocock, Robert A. Oumey. 
Tom Taylor and Frank Aldham . . . 
Some of the real characters introduced 
by the Observation Car were Hank, 
the Philosopher, Salesman Horace, our 
tobacconist friend, the Fort Street 
Poet, Broad Street Bertie. Barber Ben, 
BUI. the Broad Street Barber, the Fort 
Street Buslneaaman, Aubrey. Detective 
Hank. Tobacconist Martin and the 
Keating Squire. All of them except 
Hank, (he Philosopher, and the Fort 
Street Poet are still alive, and some of 
them sUU spout a few words of al- 
leged wisdom, or participate In hum- 
orous episodes ... U is somewhat of a 
record In newspaper annals that the 
Observation Car has missed not more 
than five Issues of The DsUy Colonist 
in IS years. The old car is someUmee 
off the track, but li still ratUes along 
to make the deadline. 



Limeliness Is a Hard Lot 



I T is unfortunately^ necessary to tlie 
treatment of the dU^ase that patients 
afflicted with leprosy have to be exiled 
from practically all contact with the out- 
side world. That is a hard lot. even allow- 
ing that every care may be taken for their 
welfare and improvement. It is the nature 
of man that he should like to be near his 
fellows. 

That Is what makes one wonder at a pro- 
cedure that confines a single patient to a 
leprosarium at one end of the country, 
while eight patients are housed together in 
a similar institution at the other. Apart 



aito^ther from .the expense^ involved in 
duplicating such establishmenU, wfj^ich is 
not at issue, it would seem an unnecessary 
hardship that one patient should be asked 
to live without the company of his kind. 

True It is that two fellow patients were 
with him until their discharge during the 
past year, but, except for those In attend- 
ance on his wan.tSi^e is now alone. It 
would seem a kindly abUon^ mdVe him id 
the otheMieprosarium. unless there are fac- 
tors making this undesirable for his sake, 
so that his burden may be eased by the 
companionship all men crave 



As s matter of fact ahe hat a trick 
of Implanting her affections so deeply 
that few of her family ever overlook 
her. She's never lonely. Even when 
she tells one of them to take a day off 
and go play marbles or see a movie, 
ten to one the holidaymaker will sneak 
quietly back tb see how the old girl's 
getting along. 

GETS INTO THE BLOOD 

None of her*ntimerous brood seem 
able to put her out of mind. 

That's the penalty of belonging to 
such a family. I suppose, although It's 
the kind of penalty that would do It’s 
human counterpart much good. The 
Old Lady geto into yoor blood, even If 
It is Ink she deals In. 

But then that gives you the feeling 
jof "belonfinf,” Did you ever try going 
through life minus that eomforttng 
warmth? It's maybe the most precious 
- facet of Aistence. 

When you step out oif line the Old 
Lady can exercise a. tart tongue, as be- 
fits all dominant personalities. Her 
family needs a rebuke now and then, of 
course, not being panty waists. If they 
were the Old Lady wouldn't have them 
around her. 

She Ukes her progeny to have some 
of her own bounce. 

And to her family has Its share of 
the usual office ups and downs. The 
old girl has an alchemy not so common 
in families like hers, though. I've 
never known so friendly a group of 
colleagues. There are none of the 
feuds that spike the relations of ao 
many other buslnesi' families. 

THE OLD LADY GIVES THE CUE 

That's been one of the moat pheas- 
ant features of my ten years with the 
Old Udy. 

And the credit must go to her for 
that. All households take their eue 
from the lady at the head of them. 

You understand, I presume, that 
when we refer to the Old Lady It's a 
term of affection. Today she’s a nooa- 
genartanrhut ahe's as fresh and hvely 
as a young f Uly. I'd aay that In aU her 
long life she was never so vibrant and 
ao na e aas a ry to tha community ahel 
nnraed from Infancy to manhood. 

Wouldn'i~yoo7 I'm sure you would. 

Tha chances are IU never see M. 
and ao won't know joit what it feola 
like lo reach that momantoua mlla- 



Vehicles Need Testing as Much us Drivers 

A TTORNEY-GENERAL Wismer’s an- 
J \ nouncement that the Oovemment will 
consider introducing a system of 
periodical testing of vehicle drivers, in 
place of the automatic renewal of licences 
each year, should be welcomed by traffic 
authorities. In the meantime, he says, a 
start is to be made next year with “re- 
fresher” tests. That is a step in the right 
direction, for many holders of licences have 
not been required to undergo any tests 
since their original examination ten years 
ago. 

Development of a workable system of re- 
examination Is likely to present some prob* 
lems. The testing of a quarter of a million 



drivers is beyond tlie capacity of present 
facilities and might not be practical in the 
single month when most motorists renew 
their licences. To remove that difficulty 
a plan may have to be devised to stagger 
the retesting over the year. 

There is another equally urgent traffic 
measure for Mr. Wlsmer to, consider. If 
one of the worst hazards on the highways 
is to be eliminated there must be systematic 
inspections, annually at least, of the 
mechanical condition of vehicles. The 
driver who ^tisfies tests of his own fitness 
remains a menace if he is allowed to drive a 
car with defective safety equipment. To be 
effective, inspection of vehicles should be 
put on a Province-wide ba^. 



CoaliUon forces are fervenUy hoping 
that Lands and Forest Minister E. T. 
Kenney, U1 for more than two months. 
W,!! be back In good form before the 
Legislative session gets under way in 
February. * 

In debate Mr. Kenney is whip smart 
— and Cabinet benches are not over- 
burdened wltb debating talent. 



Don’t ,Let the Atom Spoil Your Christmas 

(From an Editorial In Mayfair) « 



Letters and Excerpts 



C HRISTMAS Is no seductive dream, 
no dull opium for the chronic 
pains of.Jlfe. Christmas, you must 
know, is a clarification; a dress pajade 
of th^ spirit of self-denial, without 
which humanity would have no hope 
at all. It's a little rehearsal of the 
happmess you have tried to find in 
bdilot box and diplomatic ^^oueh. In 
test tube and ttoch market, tn boudoir 
and bar-room. Christinas Is a home- 
coming. Christmas Is what you want. 

The spirit of Christmas brthgs the 
atom bomb Into sharp focus while di- 
plomacy and debate are stUl flounder- 
inf imdefinlUofis. 



What we have Ignored In the genUe 
teaching of Christmas, the atom has 
gruffly made Imperative. We have 
followed materialism as far as the 
bomb, and we are now obliged to stop, 
look and listen. Yet the bomb has 
revealed the direction of materialism; 
and it remains a threat only as long 
as humanity Ignores the moral letson 
U proclaims. 

Man has been at one crossroads or 
another for as far hack as the records 
go. Prophets and preachers have 
turned him away from more precipices 
than he cares to remember. He has 
learned almost everything the hard 
way. Now, In atomic force, there’s a 
new kind of problem. Thla time man 



has no choice between s hard way 
and an easy way. He has no second 
chance, no margin for error. At long, 
long last there can be no more fooling. 

What he has associated with the 
ZSth of December has suddenly become 
necessary for every day in the year. 
What Christmas stands for Is the only 
real secuWty he ever had. 

So. let us give ourselVes wholeheart- 
edly to Christmas. Let love of people 
leave no room for fear of peoples. 
There Is only one road that safely 
traverses the stomle era. and Christ- 
mas puts our feel firmly upon It. If 
we withhold ourselves from Christmas, 
If w« weaken It in any way. we merely 
strengthen the adversary. ~ 



t«Urr* U •illOT Mi My tMl« if iMtUiM mMJ« lititMl in If lk«y in Wt«f. ■•MrtU 

fair. Ilia ltdar will ka JaaartaS, la '»fe«la ar la Mra. r*««a4 anr Ika araan alfaalara aaS aSfraaa ^ iba 
arUaa. I'aaalMtai aarrataaMaan aaaaai ka niaraaf. 

I.O.DX. DISCLAIMER legal business. I employed as my law) 

Blr.-The Imperial Order Daughters of the believing that this meant he was an e: 

Empire have not at any time authoriaed any can- court lawyer. Afterwards, I found that 

dldate for any political office whatsoever to use ticular msn had no ability In court 
the name of the Order to solicit votes. be got the title as a resUlt of 

ThU Order Is entirely ribn-secUrlFn and non- Now this is all very deceiving to th« 
political and Is not responsible for any paid might 1 suggest to the lawyers tl 

advertisement sollclUng votes In the recent bUlty of cleaning house and aboUriilng l 

rnumclpal election. ingleas business of K.C. It Is In the l 

* Yours very truly, clients dealing with lawyers that It 

^ C. EVA FORD. slopped. 

• Mrs. J-. L. Ford) Regent. Victoria Municipal ^ 

Chapter. I.ODE. ^ Victorta, BC 



A Viaion of (he F'uturr 

/-'or / dipt into the future, far a* human eye 
coutd Bee. 

Saw the Viuon of the world, and all the u’on- 
. der that would be: 



WAR POST MORTEM8 

air.^ln Kay Summeraby’s excelltnl war docu- 
ment running now in The Colonist, she makes one 
very eommonly-heard statement which doea seem 
to demand a comment hitherto gensrouslF with- 
held. namely, that General Elsenhower was "the 
rmm man " ^ho fould ensure United co-operation 
among Allied troops. But waa h^ Row can that 
be held as Jact. Only one man capable of handling 
that stupendous task? No other was tried. 

Pheh certainly made a good Job of a sUnllar 
sltaatton thirty years ago . . . 

O. DAVIS. 

Box 1403^ Duncan, V,!., B.C. 



5aa' the he aven s fill with cotnn 3 tfi.e. arpoeies 
of magic satlt. 

Pilots of the purple twilight, dropping down 
• with^cpitly bales: 



"Olte a tighter that wUl work at 
Christmas.* the radio urges. No, 
thanJuj we'vw had that k ind. 

Ume we want ooe ttiai will work Ml 



Frosi Ffles ol The Doily , 

Celoaiit for DteoBber, IMl 

The act of union woeOd stalk for- 
ever out «f right the proepect of two 
or three petty colonlee oa this ooast 
each bowed down with the wtight ot 
fovurnmental machinery like etrip- 
Ungi wraeed tai gUntri amour. 

*We art aeparate and dMlnct with 
a smao patch of terrllery. The loft- 
leet ambition ean never tear bayuod 
the eea-wasbed ehoree of this Island 
without ex-patrUtkm: and If our tiva- 
akme pottey be eonttnoed there win be 
no pd» toiwtn except la the paltry 
rut^ of Xstaad pobtlea 
*R would appear, however, that 

thcee who hdd the relQa of power A dvU eervant on boUday rat to 
here ere as much tIeUed by ttiefr la- work for a farmer. He drove tha 

land dliriacttoas as the Indtana are by tractor the flrei day but found tt mueh 
ehimnays; and now. aa a lit eondu- tha pomarian of a D«teb«toy watch, too hard werk.«#iiMfanBar gave him 

mob ID our Jadriatlvo pultarlng, an- "BovJa.etther ootafiy to set rid of a |ob aorting poUtoea. Itohadieput 

gaga in a auppkBantiJpy act of In- 'tha tneabus of i m ap onaihl e fov e rn- the large>ooae tn for aale and lha 

eoapormtiau In the riia^ of a ‘*blQy- menl If tb^ doBfii.BhtaZ.'-WiMaare “ ■sdl'boM In a baap fbT the piga 
IWIUI *' puttic&g lesttUUva aeariona la ceam Altar two booe of thla, be rat !• 

(TWbegliliture was Ikaming a bfll and better 'taka thatr piaaa, marked theiamer aad arid: 'Muse tat me go 

for tha eoutnl of in' malt m tbatOa* . with eonetttutlooal ttneo, tf we remain back to the iruetor; I can't ctaad bav« 



Heard the heavtnt tilt ~umfr shouting, ar*d 
thefi f'dih*d a ghostly dew 
From the nations' airy nsi’trs grappling ^-i/w 
central blue: 



By G. E. MORTfMORB 
WaNCOUVER laland waa Oilog 
Y alone and Amor De Oomnoe' didn't 
like It While the important question 
gt Triand -Mainland unkm cried for 
attenttoui local politicians pnesdJawi 
about blUy goata, Mr. De Cosmoa eom- 
ptatnsd. V 

Outdlng his newspaper Into Its 
fourth year, the pioneer editor upheld 
his reputation for plain talk. 

Hot the faintest hopo has* bean 
given by cither party In tha Legleta- 
tort of steps to unite tha eoloolae. 
Btow-bUnd to the fnturs of this great 
eountiy, vs have drifted from Jaoaary 
to Jaoaary for three years without 



At r e pe a tin g Hself, hislafy baa 
aatblng an the radle. 



TOT PUTOU ' 

sir.—} have dels j 1 11 miSSug tttla hir come dayci 
thinking that every 'day there would be some 
eoinment on a story that appeared tn 'The Col- 
oolat" a week ago. t refer to the account of a boy 
of who walked into a houseTlffesriited a toy 
pistol at the lady of tha houae and said: This it a 
hold up.* Hs demanded money, and she gave it 



stooe. 



Far along the world^wide whisper of the soesth- 
' W^ind. rushing worm. 

With the standards of the people plunging 
thro' the '^under-storm: 



to match the Old Lady of Broad Street. 
Shell be— well, I wont sey Just how 
old— then, but while rm gfoptnk Along 
wKh a stick shell be Uftiggh g skUla 
faster even than the ftri who tfoked 
Admtral Ctnmtnghamt admtrttton. 
Don't ever doubt tbai. 

The OM Lady s ta n da tor aeBStChlnc 
^Mtse, maturity, wisdom, decency 
and good win. tUsaa honor to aerva 



R tohee SOOJNN) faruien earh pro- 
ducing 1.000 bushels of grata a year, 
to support the rat pqpulatton of the 
United Stataa 



hlmf 



Titl the war-drum tbrobb’d no longer, and 

the ^rr/c-//opi ai e fu rft 

In the Psrffciprm of man. the Federation of 
the world. * 



Tiria Is the crux of the whole Incident: A child 
of Sevan ycare ts quite old enough to know what 
be waa dotng: and tt is almoat tmpoaribla to be- 
tteva that any adult cannot have 'known what ha 
er she was do^ tn aeceedtag to such a reqeeat . . • 

M. PTNRORN. 

•ox IMQ, KJL t, Vletorta. BO. 



There tht^ommon srfita'zifrBSBriXtotff'lfflfif.'E 
’“fretful realm in awt,^ 

And jIm kindly earth shall slumber, lapt m 
tPiivendl tdu) . . z 

— Tennyson. 

(From, Locksky Hall.**) 



Toda)r’s Answer 

Qnaattan on Page I 

gtsTlhig ritvar Is ngi pure ritear. It 
is tU par cant rilvar and 7J par cent 



poum AND BjC. 

■ir,.^ mw m Tha Gotonlci that the tore pottticat 
partisa in this Provlaca are about to eugimt 
Bug's Ooaosal. 

An Amvriean. from Wenatobee. I same to Brtt- 




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FURNITURE 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.G SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, I94a 



'Eisenhotcer Wm My Bo$/* 



krt^ fMM lhao lopvapto wbe bad, 
}oit aaco ihc cad oC a war. Ttatra 
wax oo gal*^. no )oktt|. no laufh* 
ing, Hm 9ioreB0 Comnuadv 
moot of tbf Une Uatlnc Uiom 
to wbon tnit crodlt tekmfod for 
ninnuatn! onnchiitoc oC the war; 
then WM no cloattnc, no pcrancval 
buograncy. 



Wailing, Preparations Feature Days 
Leading Up to Germans’ Surrender 



prtde. aboohiteljr 
Bvt r yooe ilmply leemed waarr. In* 
daaerlbably weary. 

We broke M up ae dawn came 
tfaroach the chateau window*. Ruth 
and X went jdratcht to bed without 
undreealnf, 

(ih ^ OoocXuded) 1 



ilM ■atbor wee eaeiff-ar Uifn Mcr*< I •^jjounied ~to the reception. Acta- [Ut^r date. And you wUl be expected 

any. the ^y waan't eer^ ahan- to carry them out falthfuUy.- 

or fay. lor no one waa able I Jodi nodded. General Etmnhower 
TtMr«a)r« in«uiia«ni i«»t4 »r uu r¥tu fo Wndfc Uw etoat about to take! stared sQently. tn dlemliML ‘Ihe 
J^rr e.«».mMiip 0iii.rca^*a4 Aarit Kihooiboum. The O*rmanahau.bowed.ealuted.dldan 

Rhflm* . eh*mpa*ne dlaappeared about -fare and BMiched back part 

By RAT m’MMEBSBT rurprtiliifly elowly, altboufh one of | ny daek and out of the office. Telrk 
In the wert leadinf up to the Russian offlrers. attempUn< to; thank foodneea. only growled, 

render, nelth^ I nor anyone eTw,.' drink Amcrtcan rye i# thou^ H waa -LET’S RAVE MCTUBE" 
at Supreme Headquarter* had liiDe\od«a, got ao drunk that he and hia| ^ 
foe oonjeeturee alx.'Jt the future.' cf.nesrjes had to toaee. General!, 

The war might end at any minute of , Elmnhower aUyed only a few mln-1 
any hour, perhepa with ahe next'^^^ thoughts far away fron>rmlll 4 
telephone can to our offlce. We cocktail chatter. “Keep tn jg|>g 

were proportionately buey. I ^ oIBce.- he told 

like everyone else around • the j -'Let me know what's happening.** L,,,, 
world, X epent every free moment | Just after midnight, a call from) 
planning V*l Day celebrations. 'The| the General Staff eeeretary ln> 
girls and X set up a big reception, • dtcat^ the big show was about to 
to be held at our.VJLC. houee We | tAte place. 

NAEI ntOTOTTrSS 
X called General Kt^nhower's' 
houae, but tomeone bad telephoned 
before me: he was just leaving. | 

Ruth and X hurried up to bead*| 
quarter*, where brUUaot Kletg lights 
biased In the War Room. X went 
on to bur ofllot. somewhat dlsap* 

Tlia ci*T\ar«» irae pacing up and 
down hi* room. Into my office, back 
Into hts room. Just he did when 
dicta ting. I 

it wM nearing S am. when Beetle j 
stomped tn. half grinning, half grim.' 

The surrender had been signed— 
officially, at 3;«1 am, Monday. 

May 7. 

TTiere was no time for elation, for 
celebration. The Oermsrus were on 
their way up to otw office. X felt a 



General Elsenhower. 



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•on 01 01 ^ now. w a ^ 

party, beforo BJIXAT. breaks . ^ ^ j ^ 

^ . .. ui .■ I the same respectful attention I 

H. .. ^ ■^>n« ^lU.ow«l U, .n, rWl-rmnkttf oIIIoct. 

kte. »d. fowln, hU nn n^ ^ 

«ch > p«l, (»loD.l. .nd «ur-I.c«l. .lum, 

^ d«pto.hU. n- Ihol. 
•as he had met moet of them. ,rL^i 

QuaeU would range from lieutenant' 

•okmel down to warrant officer, th«j VOICE BRITTUt 
men who’d never had an opportun* Xn the Inner office they came to a 
My to men (heir Commanding Gen - ' parade ground halt, clicked their 
oral, of vice Jitrm. I heels, and saluted emartly, with* no 

•Thafi a very good idee. Kay.’’ be | hint of the RaxI salute. 

— M **WeH certainly do It— right > General Elsenhower stood stock- 
aftor the official s u rre n dev.'* I more mlliUry than I had ever 

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And, of course, everything in 
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On May 4 Monty met the Germans 
atLubrek. Meanwhile, at Bil AEP., 
General Eisenhower learned that 
Admiral Doenlti apparently Intend- 
ed to make an over-ail surrender. 

All altemocm we waited teiwely 
for Monty's call Air Chief Marshal 
Tedder joined the General In his 
tiny oBIm: Butch, up frten Paris, 
joined me tn my office. We waited 
and waited. 

irKRElTDER POSTPOVEII 

The phone rang about 7 pm. X 
answered It It was Monty. j 

Butch and I eavesdropped shame- ' 
Icaaly through the«open door. The 
•eremony had gone through, but H 
was not the all-fronts surrender. 

There wasnt much work being 
done In our red achoolhouse when 
I arrived the next morning. Most of 
as sat around talking about the sur- 
render eeremony. which was to take 
place tn the T^ar Room. 

The Nasls arrived abortly after I 
pm., met by two British officer* 
from 8JIJI.A.F., and eacorted to a 
waahroocn. 

Finally Beetle earn# In. 

The surrender, ba said, would be 
postponed until at least the foUow- 



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Neither Admiral von Frledeburg 
■or the Oeniian War Office colonel 
with him was authorised to make a 
surrender. 

^ No reply eould be expected. 
Beetle added, until tocaorrow. 

The following day. May B. we 
Mamed Doentta WM aendlng Oen- 
arml Oustav jodl. German chief of 
•toff, to Rhelms with the n eee esary 
•utborlty for turreruler. Freddie de 
Oulngand was eecortli^ Jodi and his 
akM. I 

‘Htey arrived tn late afternoon. I 

Jodi and his aide joined Admiral 
eon Fiiedeburg a«d the Oennan 
War Office colonel; they conferred 
alone for quite awhile, then, about 
• pm. entered Beetle's office for the 
eonfcrenee. 

FINAL fUTCn 

The final hitch came when the 
Oermana. playing for time to with- 
draw units trodi the Ruaalan front, 
•aked fOr an adjournment of 41 
boura before signing the final sur- 
reiMler; this time waa nicaaaary. 
they atmtended, to permit eom- 
anmlcaUoo with their outlying 
forcaa. General Etoenhower replied 
firmly: unMaa the Germans agreed 
to Ms torina kmoedtolely. ba would 
Weak off nagotiationa and aeal hM 
lines ao no mors Oermana eosUd get 
through. 

By thia tlma tt was about I 
o'eloek, Oue party was well under 
way at tbe WJLC. hoiiae . aa we all 



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THE DAILY COLONfST, VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1948 



Union With Netcfoundland 



Makes Canada Top Europe ^ Test at By-Election Tomorrow 



CALL 

E1155 

NOW 



OTTAWA. 0«L ll CF».— Ub- lidiat lh» Proi 

tnl AdmtaliUr»tlM t»em' UkoUMr Mtf. OMtfa 

twt At tb« by^Uctloto poUt MoAday- 
DowB tn the apple emntry 
Nova SeoUa. votan tn the Fedaral 
ridlnc of btfby-AaDapoUa*Kln^ 
wlU baOoC for a a«« Member of 
f^rllaiiMBt to Moeaed lU. B<m. 

Jam« L. JUitTf the former JtieUw 
Minuter who retired laet Summer. 

n wtU be a Ihree-oonMTtd flebt. 
with oonteaUnt from th9 

liberal. P rpfre mI 
and C^y. pMilea 



U NION of Newfoundland with Canada wUl nuke 
the Dominion larger than Europe, raiee iti popu- 
latioo to more than 13.000,000 and give it a new 
Hth dty. 

It will do tbeee things to 

Population — Raiae it from an Ostimated 12,883.000 by 
320,000 to 13,203,000. 

* Area«r>Increaae it from 3.690.000 square miles by 
152,000 to 3.842,000, compared with Europe's 3,776,000. 

Expanic — Extend its width about 275 milks to 
roughly 3,350, froip Cape Race to Queen Chvlotte 
Islands. 

Border — Add nothing to the S>987'mile border with 
United States. e 

t’rovinces->Give it a new ninth province in popula- 
tion, a new seventh province in sirs. , 

Citie s ■ Give it a new Hth city. St. John's, with 60,000 
people, between Verdun, Que., and Regina. 



OTTAWA. Osc..n CP).— SuBunarjr I la addUlnn^he Provtnclal Ocv> 
ef terms of nnii>w of Ncvfbuadiand ernmeat will receive anmn) eub> 
with Canada: sldiee of SIMLOOQ plus M cents per 

DATl or imON 
Thew tenas are to coom Into foroc 
on March |1, IMS. foUowtng ap- 
proval by the ParlUment of Canada 
aod thi Oovemmsni of Newfound- 
land and coofirmatlon by the Par- 
liament of the United Klnadom. 

COMMONS RCmSENTATION 
, Newfoundland, inciudlns the oosst 
of lAbrador, will become a province 
,of Canada ha vine a represanlatlon 
of sU msmbera la the Senate and 
seven in the Bouas of Commons. 

PROVINCIAL CONSTITUTION 

of vincial Oovemment covermf » 13- 



varlous allowances and subsidies 
presentiy provided by farUameni to 
the cxlstutf Maruune Provinces. 

Further, the Provu»elal“Oovcm- 
mant of Newloundland msy enter 
Into a lax rental afrceineni «uwn*r 
to the egreements made by certain 
of the extoilna provinces. TIUs.offcr 
must, however, Se taken up within 
alas months tas compared with six 
months suggested In 1M7). 

I *hie terms of union also' provide 
for transitional grants to the Pro- 



Waterman 



Parker 51 



'The liberal candidate NAD. 
McKenRe, St; mayor of Mlddletim. 
NR. He repmrsted Annapolis ooo- 
stltUMiey In the provincial field for 
a number of years. 

The Progressive Conservative Is 
Oeorge C. Nowlan, M. barrister of 
Wotrvttle, NR.. counMl for the Nova 
SeoUa Apple Marketing Board and 
a former member of the Provincial 

Le^atettirs. 



Within the range of theie three niakei lies the finest 
writing instrumenn in the worlds Chcx'ee the pen to 
suit the personalit)*. Come in lAhilr the stuck is at its 



The provtneial oonsUtuUoo 
Newfoundland as It existed jwlor to year ^lod but the amount baa been 
IfM when Oovemment by Con- increased to meet the needs of the 
sUtuUon was established, goveming new Provincial Oovernmept which 
both tha Executive end ttw-Lcxto- coaid not otherwise function on an 
iature, Is^ be revived on union; |ade<iuaie basis. Tbs Increase applies 
this wUl provide few interim ad- over the flm eight yean. 
mloislraUon and thg first provlnctalipEDBRAL WORR8, 8CRVICE1 
SlecUons. until a provincial leglu- public servicss which Canada 

Iature can be convened whldr must ^ tMte over are clsbocated and 
meet not later ith«p four months uodude the Newfoundland Railway 
after the date of union. A Ueuten- And Its steamship services, the New- 
anl-govemor wUl be appointed by loundiand Hotel if requeaied by the 
the Oovemor In Council, and to- Provincial Oovemment. postal and 
gether with an> executive council public -Lelecommunicatloae services. 
#111 administer the province unlU dvU avIkUon including Gander Air- 
that time. port, cusuims and excise, defence, 

Frovtiton la also mjt^ for exien- 4nd ball mrvlcee. survey 

Sion of the franchNe to all female "“rk. navigratlon and shippmg aids, 
Biitlsh eubjoets in Newfoundland hospUais. the public broad- 

who bava attaint the age of 31 

VM» end ers otherwHe oualtfled. In ktiyl to ttiow pro- 



arine Manufacture 



Oleomarg 
To Continue in Newfoundland 



tS. secretary of the provin- 
cial CO.F. party. This Is hU first 
election. , 

Monday's voting will be a curtain- 
raiser for three more by-flrf^lrois 
being held a week hence. They are 
In the Ottawa district riding of 
iCarleton. the Manitoba comtttuency 
of Marijurtfe and the Quebec seat 
of Xisval-Two Mountains. I 

The Liberals now bate 133 mem-^ 
ben in the chamber, the Progressive 
Conservatives 68. the C.CT. S3 and 
the Social Credit' IS. The remain- 
ing eight are held by. lodepend^la. 
One eeat — Nloolet-Yamaska — in 
Quebec remains vacant. 

Of the three by-elections being 
hsld nest week December 30 — 
lyir Carleton eonteet is sttrscUng 
. the most attention since It is In this 



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chief Swidltion Is that rc-sstablMh- America Act, a Canadian Oovem- 
^ ment credit# are now added to the mem spokesman said today that 
'’* list to be made available. 

MERCHANT lEAMEN 
Newfoundland 



SELF-SERVICE ★ 



.| At a pr^ conference In which 
,ibc explained the union terms, this 
, 'siwkAsnan declared eonftrmatloa of 

> the margarine arrsnKement by tbs 

hMpiiaUasUon and Newfoundland aqd Cj|nadlan Oov- 
, enunents and the United Kingdom 
Parliament would give It valid 
effect. 

He added that the arr : 
was not to be taken as a precedent 
for the reetralnlng of Inter-provln- 



merchant seamen 

rxuasuii. the war wlU be 

Since It would not be feasible to •ou^ed to disability and dependents' 

have aU Federal legislation mads pmilons. free l.„, 

sflsctlve In Newfoundland Ihime treatment, vocational training, the 
dUUIy on the date of unkm. and beneflu of the Veterans’ Land Act 
sines some period of transition and #nd the Veterans' Insuranee Act. 
adhmtmsnt must be allowed, laws ‘Th# Unemployment Act of IMO and 
in force in Newfoundland on union the Merchant Seamen's Compensa- 
wlU eontlBus. subject lo repeal or uoa Act will apply generally te all 
change by the Farllamcnt M Can- Newfoundland merchafat seamen, 
ada or by ths Frovlnclal LagUto^ . oOVERNkCENT E3IFLOYEES 
whichever may be approprlaU ^ provided that Newfoundland 
SUnllaily, Federal elatutea present^ Oovemment employees In Mrvlces 
In force And of geuMl appUcation t^Aen over by the Canadian Oov- 
wlU be extended to Newfoundland rriunent wlU be offered ompkiyment 
on proclamstlon. by the Oovemor ^ Federal Oovemment without 
tn Oouoell. reduction in salary or less of pension 

JUDICURY rights. 

AU courts, legal authorlUes and UNCMPLOTMENV INStRANCE 
funeUens and judicial officers in ^s for unemployment Insurance, 
Newfoundland at union 'wUl con- Canada wUl provl^ that resldenls 
tinos until changed by the ap- ui Newfoundland In Insursbie em- 
proprlaM authority under the p hi y msot who loee their emptoyment 
BHtiab North Amerlea Act. -.within six monlhs prior to union or 

INTBRIM 8UFFLT [Within a two-year period after union 

whkh -a “ 

with rmliTS.,- 

y”., , bM- 1 hp«n m. ww Ibcord 

funds for provincial administration ^ months preceding. 

unUl ihs first Frovlnclal LeglsUiure 

CANADIAN TAX SYSTEM 

meets. • 

\ A new term has. been added cever- 
riBncAtxa _ 4 . tog the situation with regard to eol- 

A new pfOTWon. not covered to Federal income taxea in 



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Offending OtherT^eopl 



in Trans'Canada Route 



Marine* to Guard 

Shanf^hai Americans 

S SANOHAl. Z^. XX tJh— 
Amwrxcvm and other lor* 
elcncn ralaxed todaj sImt 
h«^rtt>y that United Staui 
marlnae would be eent to 
Shanghai during any ernari- 
eney tn China's dvU war. 

Buitneeamen on the eerfe of 
ieaviac either decided lo etaj 
or postponed a decision be- 
enuee of Admkal Oscar C. 
Badger's statement that the 
laathemecki will come to this 
coastal BetnpoUa. 

Badfsr emphasiied that the 
marines would ociy protaet 
American dUaens. and would 
not In terrene In the ddi war 
should . ths Chinees Com- 
munlsU take Shanghai 






Shaw’s Success Formul 



LONDON, Dec. 11 (iPy.^^Ths secret of sucesss,'* itps 
George Bernard Shaw, ‘is^ to offend the greatest number 
of people." ' — ^ 

That gem comes straight from the Old lifsster In a new 

by Stephen Wlnsten, 



ALTERNATIVC 
HOT BUILT 



0*eN 



book, *T>ays With Bernard Shaw, 



long-time friend and neighbor of 6haw and now hU literary 
helper and anthologist. 

The book’s wittiest sparkle is in the rintage Shaw 
“cracks" which Wlnsten hlu stored up- from his -conversa- 
tions with the playwright-philosopher during the last ten 
years at the Shaw home. In ths village of Ayot St. Lawrence, 
40 miles frdta Londoa 

Here are some of the remarks by Shaw, who is now 02; 
"Marriage should be prohibited to people in love ! 
Marriage ts a partnership of equals, if you like, but let love 
come between them and all is lost." 

"Women are altogether a superior species. Now that 
S they hare acquired the genuine good manners of Chetr 
' freedom instead of the tricks they practised In slavery, 
Un|they are irresistible '’ 



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OfFiClAL TRANS-CANAOA HK9HWJ 



ALTEAHMtVE AOUTES 



lUWFiHISHeD W 



Dr. R. O. O. McNwky. patboiocUt 
at lb* Rojral JuhDae Koipiui will 
be fu«t ^MAber at tbe Orro Club 
lunchaoo Uila WMk. Bk addrem, 
TatholOfT," will be Uluetratad wttta 
eolored alidee. 

Wemben of thw *Rmnderb lr d 
I Toastmaeten’ Club will hold a "ra* 
jeordlttf night. “ in whiob addreeges 
preeented by natnbtn will be re- 
eorded and played back. George 
Peare wUI oaodnet the program 
The Kiwanla Club wlU bear Dr. 
CUlIord Cart director of Uie Pro- 
vincial Muavonr. :who will upeak on 
"Nature's Candle ” 

The Victoria Electric Club will 
bold lie quarterly meeting tbla week, 
and wlvee of membera have been In- 
vited to attend. 



^ — cr hmm 

Premiere of nine provincca. or repreeenutivtt. will gather in Ottawa neat week at invitation of Department 
of Mines and. Retoorcea to diacuaa future of Trena-Csnada Highway. Map shows official route end alternate 
routes now m caiatcnce or being considered. Tl>ert la only one official route, aldng, north dierc of 

Lake Superior. Road ia built past Sanlt Ste. Marie to Montreal Rivir but there ie gap of ISO mllee betweea 

. river and reat.of road hear Schriaber. 



1948 Mercury V(-Toii Pick- 
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Route of Dominion Highway 
To Be Topic of Ottawa Talks 



OTTAWA. Dec. 11 CFl.—Thc 
Bureau of Statlattca has aattmated 
that 1.144 "dwelUi^ onlta" — Inelud- 
tng houaaa. apartments and duplasaa 
->wvr« eompletod In Canada during 
October. 

It brought the year's figure for 
newly -completed dwellings to 5t,403 
and was the highest for any month 
this year, a normal Autumn dfvalop- 
ment. 

Cotiatmctloo was started during 
the first ten months of the year on 
TtSSS dwelltnn and at th e end of 
October there were gSJM un^ta 
under cone true Uon. It was the first 
time since April that wwre dweUlnp 
had been finished than started. 



1935 Cbtvrolot l-Ton Plat 
Dock — Engine, tires, trans- 
mission good 9M 
A gift St ^fcO 



peeled <o ryn tnto many m l i non a 
of dollars, but the question of shar- 
ing the coat will be only one phase 
of the opening meettnga. Ope of 
the major topics will be the route 



OTTAWA. Dec. 11 0>. — PlnU 
siepe srtll be taken here nest netk 
toward plapa for a trans-Canada 
idthway, end the PederaJ Cabinet 
la reported to be lUU conaklerUig 
what financial Inducements It will 
pffer the provinces 
All nine provinces have accepted 
Oovemmenl'a in* 



was spent by various authorlUs^ 
an Increase of nearly 72 per cent 
over the 1M5 total of tS4.146.000. 

Provincial outlays climbed from 
t73.63il WKi m IMS to SlMAUmO. 
with constructloo up 144.900.000. 
Dominion expenditures, due mainly 
to the taking over of the Alaska 
Highway In April IMS, from the 
United States, rose from tl.OTSMl 
to I1J299.419. Municipal cxpendl- 
turaa also were heavier. Increasing 
from 14,441.774 to I11J64AU. 

While Resources Minister Mac- 
Kinnon's department la sponsoring 
the eoafercoee. other Federal groups 
are interested as well. The Defence 
Department ts expected to have rep- 
reseniauvee at the tnaetings who 
will be intereetad not only In the 



1946 Ford 3-Ton 176’*— In 
perieci condition through-' 
out. A t«r- 9* 
rific bMv At .. I I UU 



Bob McGm. Piwd 
, Uaber. A1 Smith and Ronakd Oi^vea 
will preaent an entertainment pro- 
gram. 

Members of the OpUcaiat Club 
and tbelr wives will attend a social 
'and antartalnment program. There 
will be DO guest apeaker. 

Dr. J. M. Bwtng. principal of Vic- 
toria College. wlU be guest apeaker 
at the Rotary Club meeting Be will 
speak on "The Development of 
Leaders.*' 

A Chrutmas program, with musi- 
cal entcrtaloaeot, will be held by 



of the highway 



At present It la possible— but just 
barely possible— lo travel the 4300 
mile* from Halifax to Vancouver by 
road throufh Canada However, 
seAlons through the Rockies, the 
Prairies and Northwestern Ontario 
are particularly bad. 

Latest ngures available from IhSi 
Dominion Bureau of StaUstlca show 
that during the 25 yean ended 1446. 
Canada addad an average of 5.300' 
mllM a year to her network of high- 
ways. However, not all of this was 
surfaced road Of 559,000 mllM of 



Come In and Enquire on the 
Low Monthly Payment on 
Theae Cera and Trucki 



the Dominion 
vttaUon to paitlcipale In the talks 
and K la believed here Umt the 
provincial Premiers will come to 
Ottawa to uke part tn the tlir- 
euaalona.. The meellhga open Oe- 
eetnber 14 
FEDERAL gUARC 
The Federal Oovemmcnt'a share 
m the coet of the project le ex- 



infuranc* k Nk« 



fifl 



lercury - Lincoln • Meteor 
Bllll 

Tates at Veneouver Ste. 



1946. only 140.044. miles wera sur 



instruction speclflcations, because i B. W. Sparks will be the main 
’ the road’s milUary value- speaker at the Toastmasters' Club 

meeCng Thursday night, lo which 
A new flAaahllght case, designed wlvm^of . members bav« been inidted. 
ir haaardous saslgnmehta. is a Membeis srlU hold an annual 

Chris Unas program. 

The LAona Club will also bold a 
club Chrlstmaa party, which wUl 
Include novelty entertainment 



Service Centre fpr AJI 
Ford Prodocte** 



fleeted the accumulated experience 
of many yean In the building of 
motor can M renowned quality. 
They arc the result of much 
thought and experiment on the 
part of an engineering staff who, 
to use the words of an acknowl- 
edged art tic. do their designing on 
the road and not on drawing 
boards. The new Rover Is now on 
display in ths showroom of Masters 
Motor Co. Ltd., 415 View StrMt, 
Victoria, who will gladly arrange 
a demonstration. *** 



409 YATES STREET 



PHONE B 42074 



Charged With o ba t r u e tin g a pirilee 
oAcer in the aacuUon of hla duty. 
John Long, of West Baanlch Road. 
Prospect Lskke. was Aned 415 or 



Instruction in New Air School 
Strictly Life and Death Issue 



46 per cent of personal planet 
■old In 1M7 were faetory-equlpped 
with radio. In 1446. loss than 4 per 
coni were ao equipped 



three days lo Jail, when he appeared 
yestorday In Baanich .police court 
before Maglatraw H. C. Hall. 

Constable David Shepherd. Saan- 
ich police, testlAed thM Long was 
atilklng Robert L. SandwKh. of 
Prospect Lake, when he arrived at 
the Royal Oak CemrounUy Ball on 
Pnday night to quell a Aght which 
had broken out around midnight 
during a P -T A dance 

Police stated Long rasUteq tbelr 
aitempu to stoii the Aght and used 
abusive language. 



OTTAWA. Dec. U CP>.— School | in isolated areas show that lo many 
Instruction will be strictly a matter [cases a lack of knowledge of celf- 
of life and death af^the R CA.P.t preservation oan result la undue 
newest estebllahment — a "survival hardships and often in needleca 
training aehool" now being Mtab- fatellUes" the announcement eald. 
llahed at Port Nelsott, B.C., and."Burvtval lo most casaa depands aa a 



Modern 

Multi- 

plex 

Homes 



BAND CONCERT 
The Vtciorla Soya Band reoently 
entertained perentj end friends at 
a i-fincert and prlae drawing OUta 
were presented to several of the 
young bandsmen for the faithful 
performance of band duties during 
the past year. 



Plaeaed with 1 I uL Id y I 

centre hafl, Area i-Fe v * 

bedrooms, large ^ 

living - room cimI yodel *‘K.- 13.273.80 

dming-rooa. Op- 
tional windows caa be euMlied for Uving-roon and front bed- 
roecn. Choice of exterior haiab. 

Can Be Built Under V.UA. and N.H.A. 2i% Down 
See the Model Hemes at 610 laland Highway— We Havt One 
Aveilablc {or^ramtdtatc Occupancy 

FOR SALE; OYPROC • CLEAR CEDAR SIDING . 

2x4 DECKING 



BecaUM the average Rsklmn 
xpeaka Uttle w no Engllab a eourae 
In basic Bsklmo la Included to the 
ayUabus 

In eharge of the school la FO. R 
J. Ooodey. of Winnipeg and ChlUI- 

wark. who apeaka 



Downward Trend Seen 
In Juvenile Crime 



ntimbdr of 
Ealtimo and Indian dialects AuenUy 
He will be aaalatcd by experienced 
RCAP nfflreri and noo-eommls- 
eloned nAlcers and a munber of 
Bakl m oa and Indiana. 



A. H. JACKSON 



General Agent Victoria and All Dietricta 
MO ISLAND HIGHWAY. LANGFORD Balmont 124 W 



OTTAWA, Dec. II cn.— There’s a dlcUblc oBebce commuted by an', 
good reason. appa r e nUy . why there adult— such* things as breaking and 
tBi*t as mtieh talk nowaday* about ' entering, burglary and even murder. 1 
yeaingxters going to the dogs They Minor oAencee Include riding ■ tri- 
arent. cy^ on the ddewmJk and tossing a 

The Bureau of StslIsUca has re- through a window, 
ported that there were fewer juve- In -4447 Juveniles were involved In 
nils deUnquenl- before tlie rourU fewer rases of aggravated assault, 
last year than at any time since ' wounding, endangering life on rail- ' 
lf94-~-whcB the population was far’'wxyi theft and receiving stolen' 
lower. goods, .^ellfui damage to property | 

The down trend baa been evident, and Immor^ty | 

the bureau reported, since 1442 The Convictions lor major (Seneca j 
juvenile eourta had 6365 youngsters dropped from 4.444 to 4.4M— a 4.41 
before them last year, about 6 per. per cent decrease. Convictlooa for 
eenl le« than In 1444, when the ^ minor ofTencea dropped from 1307 
total WM 4.707. to'tje. 

Oonvtetlona alto dropped. They More than 27 per cent of the 
feu from TJM In 1444 to 7346 last majew offences were eommltted by 
year. boys 12 yean old dr younger Juv4- 

TTw derreaaes shosmd to both nlles of 14 and IS were responatblt 
major and minor ertinaa. In the for H J per cent at the major 
language of Juvenile eourta. a major ' offeneea ooramltted by glrle and 45 J 
mime la the counterpart of an la- ‘ pm sent of Ihoee by boys. 



f SEE AND HEAR 
the bwautiful new 

Tiii* 4 $tone 

RADIO-PHONOGRAPH 



A DIAMOND RING 
AT CHRISTMAS 

from 

MITCHIU A DUNCAN 

k o' Gift of Bwouty 
Thot Lotts 
Thfougli th# Ygors 



kxqeisile a^ratinni in irtttngs 
by fairtou* Blur Bird srtista 
and jewelers 

Many to 8e« 
IsHffartioe Gearanteed 



Christmas Gifts 



Ladies' and Men's Belova, 
Rolex and L o e g i a e s 
watches. Well • assorted 

wmjsli 

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TrMtire Rial 

This Weak'a Otfta 

Tbaede y . Dea. H ■eaml 

fbl Moorcewft Vaaa, 
Tbsnday. Dee. 14— Fair 
R to r Bag C&ver Ctiyfie 
Sdeka. 

Keck ia its Brrks Bhm Roe 

win be hidden on owe «f 



RADIO UNDEILPILLOW SPEAKER 
Which allows one bo listen while in bed 
wifhemt dteiHrhmg otbera ..«<M.lneuMed 



Sierlmg Silver Breek, 
Cornb end Mirror Sets, br 
Internationel Silver. 8i^ 

Bte.O* 10 



RADIO ATTACHMENT 

For those wishing lo listen without 
the nae oi t hearing aid Installed 



Compseta, Gold jewelry. 
Pearls, Glassware. Stiver- 
ware— e wondcrfsl dieplay 



ELECTRONIC DESK AID 

Using no batteriex. Plugs into 110-volt oatMl 
Ideal fo# invalids, office workers, etc. 

Complete with etr-ptece . ■ w 



of gifts for Cknatfnaa. 



ALL-IN-ONE HEARING AIDS 
986.00 and Up 



Limited 

Jewelers 

781 TATES ST. « ESTD 1892 ^ G‘ 4 SI 4 



BIdc„ Vlctori*. B.C 



Phone E343S 





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the DA JLY colonist, victoria. B.C -SUNDAY, DECEMBER. 12. 1948 . 

Victoria Y.M,C A. P/awsConcaiationBoard 
Extensive Yule Program 

Toolfbt'a nuitk hour, featuring UMir IftmlUte wlU kiold tlMtr An> 

CbrtotiDM Mlcettona wlU b* ftnt of Dual Chriatoiu dlnnar ar>4 p&rtj. 
a MfiM of Chrtftmaa orcnu at Craft croups and ota«r rofular 
Um TJd.CJk. Y.M.CJi. acUTliica vtfl eoochute 

Profram dlroctor Robert Idorrt* meeUnca db 'Ddccttbtf A 4nd re- 
I MB said yoat af day that muate^hour, luma af^ TVev Taar^ 

IctarttBf at f pas., la th« looter On De^mber 21 ikaten will make 
llounfs. WlU a variety of ibelr moothly trip to Nanaimo 

ichrlatmaa mtate. and aim srrrrs} annual Npw Year's See froUe 
numbera of Johann Btrauaa. will bt held In the cymnaatom oo 

I Next Btmday the hour win be on- December II. ' 
tlaely devoted to Chrlatmaa nuisle. Open bouse, fomcrly hold on New 
The foUowlnc Tuesday. December 1^7. will be back this 

;21. the nnual Bi>T dance win be yiear to January IT and IC. TTie 
held In tbs gymnailum, and on I first day Is for adults, the sooond 
|WedD«£day T.U41.A. msmbdn and > for boys. 



.sTphrl! and 



^Var^vuver. simI In‘^rr t1-rxJ Broth 



Twin Strollers for Twins 



{srbood of Bsctrteal Workers. Ueai 0»»«.,aiJ or Victoria. 

!«»« «H . ^ ,w - J- *• Mies. VaocouTtf lawy«» 

Im. VicxcK ~ annouDMa »» Ui. cbAirmu, d . »o- 

lAbor Ralatloos Boar<i yesterday. elUaUoo iBBard In a dL-rnte between 
The dispute tavolves^ seven em> five Tancouvtr minrifartur* 

ployeos of the company employed on tof companlM and 200 empkxyeea. 
board io attaouit eettlemant of a tonAtn*ftion In Victoria. Ueffl*‘repreeented by the Olaitea' and- 
dlsmite between I. J. Sayer M Oo„ batP of the board are Patriek Blrley. Olase Workers’ Union, L o c al lUT. 



Sands. Mortuary Limited 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

**The Memorial Chapel of Chimes'* 



irr ~ at NO 
ORKATBR COST 



Total bulldlny permits lesusd la 
Rsqulmalt so far this year amount 
to an Inereass of IT (wr 

esnt over pannlts Issued durlnx Uie 
earns period last year, Edmund Pul- 
char, superintendent of works, stated 
yveterrtay in a report to be prf?*T:tr5 
to iMiulmalt Council. 

''Durinf the {test month building 
permits continued to show the same 
laereaae at that of the prevUAis 
months,’* stated Bdr. Pulcber 



many resldanU and psoepactlve 
residents had complained to the 
£>•4 public works office about 

thfm. 

"The proper road should be laid 
out and heavy material placed on It 
as d base for future pavetnent," said 
Mr. Fulcher. "Any other method 



ora acramoN rorxa 

Mason C. tsnda. Lsverrie M. Bends. VioU W. Bende and Aeeocistse 

QUADRA'at NORTH PARK STREET. VICTORIA. B C. 
oenca. afsus uaroaNca. oeme (dst oa nioxti 

• A Cordial Invlutlon la Extended to AO Who Wiali to Inspect Our Establishment 



Rumor V.S. 
President to 
Be Godfather 



r>ic only Port Wine tupplicd el 
the benqucti ffvtn by the 
President ot francs to Kmi| 
Edwsrd VII, May, 1903, and 
to Kif\| George V 
nf^\ in 1914 end 1911 



■ By NORMAN CRIRBEN8 

Canadlaa Prem Staff Writer 
LONDON. Dec. 10 CP>.— 9res> 
Ident Tr uman may be a godlather 
to the young fabr-beaded Prince of 
Edintmrvh. but bourt circles tend 
to be skeptical. « 

While BucUngham Palace 
.elala offered no confirmation to the 
I nunor— currant both here and In 
f the United BUtee— they said there 
was nothing to prevent it If PrlDceu 
kametad. Elina. Washington, don’t Ehxebeth end the Duke <rf Edln- 
os sidsev provides room Iot both burgh wished It 
Khmonth-old chCdren over to Vic- Oenerally the palace officials did 

not discount the possi b i li ty that 
’ Truman may be invited to be a god- 

CTIAMBEB BOBN Df IMS faUier. 

Victoria Ohambar of Cominsrce The fact that President Rooacvelt 
was bom on Pvbraary I. 1M3. when was godfather to Prlnet 'Michael of 
bualnem mm and marthants mti to Rent, bom^ in 1M2. la not regarded 
organlM and draw up by-lawa. as a preesdant by eowt drclas as 

PrIhcees BUmbsthg son Is In direct 

A one-watt fluorescent glow lamp IIm of sueceaston to the throne. 

Is on the market to serve as a alght The baby's names and thoee of 
light In bedrooms, nurseries, bath* jits godparents wUI not be offidally 
rooms. haBs or on stoirways. announced until next Wednesday. 



Good Books, Not Comics 
Aim of Library X^roup 



PORT.WIKE 

VERY OLD 
DELICATE TAWNY 



BrUlsb Oolumtaia PubUe Ubrary] 
Oonunlsalon wants crime comlos that 
are wldMy rend by ahlldrm «to- 
premed by law. 

At a recent meeting, the eommla- 
Ron went on record as being In 
lavor "of eu p pree ri on of erime 
eomlcs by a proper, legally eonstl- 



tuled authorlty--and, If neceeeary. 
the setUng up of eoefa authority 
*At the eame ttpee the gnup 
etreeeed the bnporUnee of po«{- 
itve action In moldng It flnandaUy 
poaelble for public Ubrarles to pren 
vide to greater quantity the good 
Juvenile literature. ' 

O. E. Morlson, commlaelon super- 
intendent. said that If ehUdrtn ean 
be edtieated to read good literature 
they WlU get away from the ertau 
boo^ s 

Membcre of the eommlmlon are 
R. Norman Udster, New WMtniln- 
I star, chairman: Mlm Margaret 

Clay. Victoria, elty librarian: E. B 
Robinson. Tancouvtr dty librarian, 
and J. W Wlnson of Bumas Prairie. 

Mr. Morlson also anntRmeed that 
two new library assodatloos have 
been approved by the eommlsslon— 

I at Weetvlew and Haaalton. There 
. are now 26 wch aaeoelaUons In 
I varioue parts of the provtnoe. 



24 WINCH BLDG. 
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PHONE E S431 



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ehoicc of Sunday School 
Priiet and Supplies, and 
kitelliji'cnt help in making 
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sxplalns. beeauss Ois wind vlbratss 
Num and produ ce s sound wavts. ss 
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SHoiun in Pictures 



Major Events of Other Y ears at 



WiIlo«» F»ir Ground* tvcnu 
•*tr t(un of many year* arc 
pictured above. Top left pic- 
ture thowt erowded *carntval 
about ^930- Photo indicate* 
ektrtt »er* k>nc ih Ato** 
day*, too. Top rinht picture 
■howe famoua etock parade. 

of top feature* of all fair*. 
Prince of Walea. now Duke 
of Wmdaor. t» •een «t lower 
left with W. H. Munaie. left, 
then president of B.C. Af ricul- 
tural Association, and W. II. 
Mearnv riphi. socretary for 
last 29 year*. In 1927 Prince 
of Wale* and Duke of Kent 
attended fair.. Picture at low- 
er riphi was taken of troops 
trainmf at Willows durina 
Great War 



Victoria Oldsters Recall Ancient Glories of Fair 
As Willows Grounds Goes for Sale This Month 



Oruwtnc polas acaln followed, 
and in the Spring at 1907 tt waa 
decided the exhibition had again' 
outgrown the Umlta of six acres. 
The adjoining property, oonaiatlng 
of about 00 acres of land, Including 
a ftrat-claaa race course, was pur- 
chased from the Bowker Park Com- 
pany for nearly tOO.000. A*B5ldl»y 
earned by a •large' 



continued to strive until the World 
War when iroopa again occupied 
the grounda.*^ The last fair was held 
at the Willows' fairgrounds In IMl. 
The aging buildings were recently 
condemned as fire baaards and 
coet of bringing them up to stand- 
ard retjulrcoients staggered 
JUIorta are stUJ being made to atage 
the fair In aocnaaeCher loeatton. 



In 1»4«. the Wty aold the famous 
old ipounda to 0. W. Randal l of 
Vanooueer lor tltt.OOO. The racing 
was carried on but not the fair. In 
recent yean. Urea have daetroyed 
many buUdlngi, s aourot of worry 
to Oak Bay Municipality. Next Sat- 
urday, the ratepayers will go to the 
I polls to dedde If they want to buy 
the mitlre layout for 1190.000. 

R Oak Bay mtepayen approve 
the purchase, an historic ptew of 
land will be uaed for a hew purpoae 
— pcMlbly for h ourin g. 

No matter what nee Is amde of the 
site, the DMOiory of *The fair 
grounds'* will ttva on even though 
wrecking crews are now busily de- 
moUahlog aoiM of the *«w**^**>iVi 



By GO|II>ON PORBkS , men’ Club was in Buriueys Hau., 
A* the Willows Palrgrounda goea W»*«» In the same 

w lor ..I, U.1. monu. m.n, Vlc-'ln the tollowln* 

Sri. oMUn^r, ..li r«.U .Ith no.- J 

kl,u. lb. 1.y. *h.n pr~ ..rnl. 

b.nOd«. «en comm, f.n « b.„« "“Vrn^- 

b.UM .•«_ Bowlwr-, Put Ttw MlSblUon ol 

Hiauwy of 1M3 was opened by HU. Excellency 

AMociaUon. •rtuen omnnntty jurquu of Lorne during hu 

abased the property vuit to the city, 

whose auapioee the annual fair was 

held U not easy to trace, but a 0 ^>WIN« 

?* of th. City . . 1dm riiUen. tikn 

secail dimming mrmortea of u>, paln* in ^ yi« and It ^ 

uiuuiutHi decided that the showe ware too 

*^ay as tha asaocialloo U airug- «’'« 

L^urn .n «h.b;U 0 b bulldin . bylt. • 

ton.. l«Ulot.ont ..hlbtuon. to, -.H tuiui. Urn.,- 

FAIR TAH'I I'Tha "magnlAoent" slnKture wa* SO 

Value of the eatubition Bet Isi feet wide. 90 feet long and twe 
bringing together Uower Island pro- storlea high. But In only a |tw 
ducers eo oompeteot Judges can^yM^, the large number of SKhibitc 
point out dafacU in the breeding made further expanaloa naemsary. 
af stock or In the manufacufre of | in 1999. the tnanagemant triad to 
■larchandue. At the fair, the eom- Mcure all the land lying to tna east 
peUUve apuit was fnateiwd to the of Beacon HIU Park and forming 
fuUe«l exiet. ^ ^ part. of tha aaUte of Btr Jamaa 

The praaem asaocmuuci. according pouglaa, first goyaraor of i — 
kft axhIMUnn records, was meorpor- 1 Colony. Roweecr, nagotiaUana for 
ated In 1999. Howevar, many years .the purchaaa of the property, which 
bafore that the axhlbiUoo- was an | was Ideal, failed, 
annyal event. Unfortunately, the , gyBix kNDWN 
taaords of the first exhibition brW managmneBt kidtided namae 

to Vleloria are not avalUWe. ^nawn M Victoria today. 

The first show was hald in I9«l| Among them waie William Dalby. 
to the market square on Broad h wabb. T. D. Bryant, C. E Renouf. 
•met. between Port and Broughton Bhakiwpaare. O. A. McTariah. 
•treeU. pioeent bjcation of U» :0. a Ear, John Grant. J T. Mc- 



by-law 
majority. 

LOST IN PIRE 

Bpt, Uke many other Willows 
structuras In succeeding yoars, aU 
. buUdlnto other than stock sheds and 
gzindstand were dstroyed by fire in 
December, 1907. Within a month, of- 
ftciala arranged for the ereettoo of 
a eompleu, up-to-daU group of 
buildings, and the Provincial Oov- 
emment and tha OorporaUon of 
Victoria came forward with gener- 
ous grants. 

Old Colonist files show the fair 
tha oenlrt of a good daal of heated 
rtlswuaton. 

In November. 1907. the aty Ooun- 
cU ruled that thme would be do 
more Uguor sold at fairs. In the face 
of ftroof objections from the aaao- 
ths i clatkm. One alderman told tha 
council ha had aatn thing* at the 
fair ."even worse than the aldeabowf* 
Another aJdaragaa of Wm *!*■*• 
saM the boras racing men wanted 
Uqoor on the fairfrounds baeauae 
men under tta tnfluenee would be 
more reedy to bet. 

HesdUnM Wtar read: , ‘‘Civic 
Pathera Rudely Bbocked by Action 
of the Oak Bay OommtHtofMrs. 
Oak Bay Ucenot eommlaakmars had 
over-ridden the dtyV by-laws and 
granted the ractng aeanrlattosi per- 
mlmlcm to aetl Uquor. Thla iamM was 
attve for several nonthA 
■AID RE0ION 

At ooa time, axblbftkm dtrac Uns 
threatened to reslfn In a body tin- 
leas the by-law aflaetlim **pooI sail- 
ing was repealed. They Bateed that 
without aneh privtlafoa the fair 
eoukl not be made a paytag propoai- 



Goering IVlai^ion 

rwa 1 ^ 



Turned Over 
To Red Officers 

NEW TORE. Dec. 9 iNANAI.^ 
Kartnhall, HoUywDodlan • de • luxe 
former country rasldenee of the late 
iManhal Ooertng, has bean taken 
I over by the Red Army as an ofneers* 
club, reports a Berlin diapoteh la 
Svanska Dagbladet of Btock h olm. 
i This 1* but the latest aspropria- 
Uoo In tha Red mne for the greater 
comfort of oecupatkm forces. 

' Th# opulent marbled mansion was 
lone of the show places of Natodom 
and its hunttiM lodges have housed 
such notables as Mumohnl, Lind- 
bergh. Chamberlain and Lord 
Halifax. 



My Beauty l^dals leave skin 
softer, smoother.* 

$oys charming Jont W^n 

m# la ■ aoseptemew ears ikal maUy mahaa akin liealimt 
ti iwemri tn TsOaf So^ toeiB ky tkm sperialtaas, aftoalty 
llwer out •( four eomplsiiona imfiiuiint in e sWt itea. 
**lly tn Soap caee gnaok new lierfmese,** aeye 
M Wymam *1 work ike mmy fragrwt letbar well h. Aa I 
ikiao and tken pet with a aaft towel l»4T«g9ifiiB.iaailHv« 
lootW.** Don't tec negisel ek^ yen ef romaMn. 
^ Take Jane Wymen'a fip'-ks livriim 



9 out of 10 Screen Shin use Luxibilet Soop 





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LflUnD£R£TR 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1948 



Lord Halifax Answers Attack 



Placi^rairie Tapped tor Black Gold Treasure 



Chamberlain 



MULTI-FLEX" HOMES 



LONDON. D*c. 11 (NANA.».-AB| 
appftrtni »tuek bT mrtlBMi BflUth 
pnoil«r Wliutoo Churchill oo tin 
tnfk*Ujr • laowMs "pmm* la our 
UnM” phrMt utttml by prtwar 
fttmaim NtrlUe Chamberlain oo 
hta return from Munich to INt haa 
jbeen anavered. In a letter (o l^a 
TliDM of LoDdoo, by Lord Halifax, 
tormar Brttiah ambaraartor to the 
United Statea, who waa at that 
.time OarraTarr of State for Poretfn 
lAflalra la the Ghamberlaln Cabi net . 
Tlie aUaved attack la imputed to 
wartime premier Wlne^ OhurchliL 
Text of the KaUlaa latter In the 
uorrerpofideoce eoluipna of The 
iTlmea^feUowx: 

j “Ap^ from teoenU judsmenu 
oo many laauaa In Mr. ChnrehlUb 
volume, The Oatheiinf Storm,' 
wlilah muat raanaln largely quea* 
tlooa of opinion, there le one matter 
jOf BKire practical aort to which be 
7Mr. Churchill) unintentionally doee 
'great tnjuoUoe to (the laUi Mr. 



A »»iwiaia «r 

fr*al tlVVSlKM. •*>- 

a«» ••a 

UMtMMU *• mM 
taeitiaMl r*- 

rM4r (•« 

(mW M 



m»4^ “li," m-m, y.o.a. v«»cM*«r • ■ ■ t ■ ~ 

A a*«s aar««M •< <•>. -«»a«r ex a. sna n n a <up«» r»<«iai »r c*aArM 

Um fer *UI tiUa u aurch»Mr • caaplau iwlt . 

MM m>tNM.aa <rauaf«»A-a«uw auf.i tun au. t*u 



them: And aa only ba or 1 can 
hget been Mr. ChurchllFi inforaoant 
oo the ftnt lUteovent 1 have felt 
that It waa dua to Mr. Chamber* 
latnb memory to make thia at- 
plaaatlon. 

"Tours faithfully. 

"(Sgd.) Ralifai '* 



CHRISTMAS GIFTS 
THAT INCREASE IN 
VALUE A«1> BEAUTY 

• Rhodudendroni * .\<«lea« 
e Dwarf Shroh» S KruiiTrrer 
• Flowering Shrubi 



The site of Victoria 'a prateot pogt.l 
offloa waa nothing but a hole lo the i| 
ground. Kieavatlooa were made;i 
there lor the planned Canada Waau I 
em Rotal. but funds gave out. The 
hole remained with a feoec around 
until the Dominion OoTemment 1 
bought the ahe for a poet oSkee. | 



Bat. IH) 

ISM HUleide Phone B S7M 
RUliMU a«M et«w ftt Cmnat at 
|a« Warurr 



Chamberlain. 



,. "At the foot of page M», Mr. 

{■VC rint proof Churchill wrltm; ‘Aa hU (Chamber* 
added monthly, ear drora tivough cheering 

cfowda* (at BAon on bla return 

from Munich), he said to Halifax. 

all thla wlU be over in three 
n *|4 months**; but tnm the jwindowa of 

DUlli Downing Street . . . h* v«v«l hla 

place of pa^r agaliL end used 
thaae words— T balleve It la peace 



L«m than two yeara ago Leduc waa another farm town in Alberta. Brini 
gf riches beneath toil now pouring from more than 150 other wdla. i 

In Alt^rta.*oil wclli now rival grain alevatorr m 



A Car of Distinction 



ward m Albena. and. that la why 
ftedwater found ita oil at a much 
ahallowcr horlaon than at Laduc. 

Theac are the ‘ reaaona why the 
Anglo*Canadlan Oil Oo. paid the 
Albena Qovemmeni ttlghUy more 
than gSaO.OOO the other day. for 160 
acrea of land In the ftedwater 
WHAT DOBS IT MEAN? 

What doca this tremendous oil 
development mean to Canadat' At 
tha Stan of thla year, we Imported 
almost 60 per cent of our peti^euib 
naods. This meant a eaab outlay 
of more than IOO.OOOMO Wtany 

needed tTnited Stetae dolla^ a yetf. 

y pggea cr wm. Mm nationa'tloa 6A06 feet below the iurfaoe.| This year, ell produotioe In Can* 
of the world need fvw-lncraaaing ‘ About 30 per eent jM Um eaUmat^.ftaa mould be worth gtf.OOO.OOO te:|^, 
gaawStlee ef pettoleBm groducta. 

Thla year. 67IMO.OOO wlU be epent 
on exploration and development In 
IMI, ihii figure should reach 111b. 

OOQ.OOO. Just last weak. the Xmpertal 
OQ Company announced that they 
would tMoA'ofm briMO-OOPtonew 
•xpanakm prolecta. These expwdl- 
tureo do not include operating cotta, 
md oover only capiial outlay. 

Praetleally every large e«l com* 



See Wealth and Saving 
In Alberta’s Oil Fields 



so CONNECTION 

• /^| • There waa, of egurae. no con* 

iiOCtOr Vllfllins nocuon &» Umught between UW two 
- statamenta which Mr. OburebUl 

WABRtNOTON. Dec. 11 (NANA) thua Itnka. Tha ftnt was th# raoog* 
**-SuUn. Bluer and Mu slim had njtkii that tha tmmanaa popuMrlcy 
I brutal fathers and loving moUiera. gf «hkh Mr. Chamberlain was at 
I This aooounta largely ^tw the roles that amma n t Iba object would not 
ilbey have played in history. Dr. laat and I rwiMsbor very weS the 



One of Britain’s Fine Cars 



The aeocmd (phrase) meant what 



EVERY - ^ 

WASH AT 
LAUNDERCTTE 
IS AN 

INDIVIDUAL 

WASH 



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Strecker said Otbcrwlac the beat- 
ings cursings they got from 
their fathers probably would have 
made them fearful . mllkaops. de- 
feated In life at the aUrt. In- 
stead. there was built up aa aoorm- 
oua hatred which was bound to find 
an eutlei somewhere. Any of the 
three might have become a petty 
tgrant In hla own family or In the 
political life of a ainall vllUg*. 

Inataad. fate gave them Mtiona 
Xt la quite likely. 



At Victoria. B.C 



rsene River lo Montana, and from!ou lUdwatar No. 1 dlseovery welljmean a saving to tha consumara In 
Brltkh Columbia, through Baakat- vm tasted to show aa open flow Alberta and Saskatchewan of 17, 00(t> 
chewan and Southwe st ern M a nit oba, potential of IJOO barrelB of 000 to 16.000.000 a year, and they 

Ih axeeas of 43,000.000 acres of oil good 16 A.PJ. degree gravity crude will benefit further when new pipe- 
and gas rights In Alberta are held The well showed 140 feet of oil* tines permit Mwer-eost transport, 
under lease or reeervatlon. Baskat-jioturatad Umestone juit above 3.364 Prevloua prices,' m large msaeurc. 
chewan reports reoervatlooi exeead- Ifggt— the greatest pay sonc aver reflected the Importation M crude 
ing 6,000.000 acres: Northweeterfi ' tneountered underlying the Cana- oil at high cott from distant United 

British Columbia and Boulbwastem dign plalna > States points, which can soon be 

Manitoba, another 4.000.000-ln all. MMxeasful well in thu area, 

■13, OOO.OOP acres. drilled by Imperial. 4\ mllai; Export, which la definitely coining. 



Masters Motor Co., Ltd 



VICTORIA. BC 



81^ VIEW ST/ 



aa their vtctlma. 

E>r. Strecker pointed out, that all 
mli^t have been hulte pleasant and 
generous with ttielr immediate aa- 
soclatM or even aiih strangers 
whom, they mol as Indlvlduala. 
They had a sufllcleni autlei for their 
peftt-up tMatiUty. 



PUONE FOR DEMONSTRATION — E 3541 



•41 YATB8 f 

• 4.M. tm IS r.M. P*Ov 



fomparable to Rfdwater No. 1 OthertoO pr i ce s - Low-eort pip'-' - trans- 
wells are eurrenUy being strategl- Iportatlon will be avallaUe by I6M, 
rally drilled, and their suecaea will at least as far aa Raglna. and wUI 
outline roughly the extent of this materlaUy reduce the cott of ex- 
new field. tending the market, In eompetlUon 

Redwater baa cau-Xe'* exceptional wUh American ML 
Interest because of Us shallow com- 
*bletion depth, Ua low well cost, and 
the small amount of gas accompany* ^ « 



Hrtme-drsam ‘'Oumtya.'* holding 
about ten people, eamad paieengeri 
to the head ed Port Btrvet for a ten- 
rent fare 



atVoMW 



DARLINGS 



(or Cliristmes LsAs 



According to Culbertson 



KENTS (London) 
English Brnshss 



(Coerrtsxi. latt. kr Br cuiktruoni 

today's hand opening Wow as follow* • 

that "there are Bast made the correct return of 
to akin a cat.** the diamond queen- -and South po- 
litely let him. win the trick. (This 
nWe. waa a vltsd p^Iimlnary. ilncc taking 

g * ' the trick wttip gummy's ace would 

I 4 .hove left West, tha hand with food 

i hearts, with A sure entry.) • Baa^ 
g next led the diamond Jack. The ace 

I won and declarer drew Bast's two 
remaining trumps, keeping the lead 
jtn dummy South then ruffed a dla- 
* * mcmd, cashed the ace and king of 

0^10 a 4 ruffed his own last club, and 

A XI ^ dummy's last diamond. Once 

^ again. Bast waa presented with a 

B trick which South could have Uken 

' ^ away from him — South discarding 

a heart— and .on Bast's next lead. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST,* VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1»48 

d) ject of^ k 'Canadians Dull, Need Snap Out of It] 

I But Canh Last Forever-- Author *| 



Aitilct ^torncjr Douf 9elb; a&d hli 
frUnd Sheriff Jim Br&odan get u>- 
(eih«r Afftin. thu time U2.M>ive tu« 
ttqrcury of * bloodauitied’loirol 
Drugfed choeolotm, % new .canrlnt 
kiilf? end ft quick-witted ortmlnftl 
rrp rll ir.vr.'vfd in ftnoUwr 
of Ur. O^ftrdner’s exciting detectirt 
fttoricft. 

OrlglnftUjr eppeexinglnThftaftUir- 
dfty Beenlng Poet, this Mory !■ full 
of ftction ftnd quick thinking -on 
the port of the lew, ftnd will be ft 
,muit for a&rdi.«r tftoe — J 



Between 

The 

Book-Ends 



Post Stories 
Make Book 



drtmftUzioc themMlcw mftlniy to 
urmi of the northwest (rooUor. 

The moet imporuiu it^ would 
be ‘'to rewlUtog thftt ftt preeedt 
there exteU to Cgftodft ft pecuUftr 
technique Tor ' feftklng everything 
duUer then it rewUy It.” Re Added : 
TOO MAKT 



wemiDg: ‘H ift otr dutj^io wrnm 
you thftt ftnytbing.you uy Mfty be 
ueed ftft evidence egeliiit you.* 



TORONTO. Def. H Cto.-Omnft- 
ere net reelly dull, they only 
feel they hove to ect thet way. 
Author Hugh UftcLennen told the 
renedton <7****^ here reeeoUy. 

He Mid CftOftdft'i whole inhrnrcd 
hftblt of mind ogut be redlcelly 
chunk'd before ehr-coakt become 



Outbid* of the Oxford DIcUeoftry 
er the Encyclopeedle Bfiunnlcft, 
iheH h nothing more toteraUBf 
then rtftding the perfqoe) column 
to ft lUgrmnr megeetoe. 

Here you can buy everythtog from 
ft carton of rlgarettte. Chineae hertai 
er ft rare flret edition; rent a 110- 
ft-week haven for fruetrated wrltera 
or gn the ftddrem of a ipneiy female 
who wanu a pen pal intcreeted to 
pink gin.* Sanskrit and Indian bram- 



ftda had produced a flamboyant' "The Saturday Kvcalng Post 
character like Wtneton ChurchlU. • Siertes, ttil" tSawdem Heue* of 
OttAWS would quickty have cut hito|Caaade» Ltd.), ^ 
down to aim and let know to no un- ; Random Boom hae again brought, 
certain terma that there la no room out the annuel coUectioq of M of 
to Canadian public life for anyone the beat ahoet ^toglea from The 
eo unbalanced aa to Uttar a prln- daturday RvoDlng Poet, which la 
dpla eo eloarly that asyane call ‘ q[ulto an event (or edmirera of thia 
Underatand it?’* typo of UteraUirt. 

Ur. aaid Included !■ the work of at |eaat 

tend to 'ooe Canadian. Morley Callaghan. I 

th^mcelvea intcreettog mUy to tboee ' repreaented by ''UiSm Baldwui'a 
aapecu of their Uvm which Amer- Vow." Mr. Callaghan, who Uvea to 
leans deign to oooeldcr of totorect Toro^ la aa. old hand at veU^ 
Thia haa led to the **pTopsganda i for Tm Poet, and lx weU known i 
that deoieia Preneh-apeuktog Can- for hU atoriea about boya 
ada ae a romaoOe backwater andi Oouglam Walc^ uf SeetUr. who 
RngUah-epeaking Canada aa an la a popular writer here, la alao ln> 
Arctic (kooUar. - eluded with “Ur. Digby and the 

NOT RBAIXT F«nk^ir5?ln.*' 

^ Other authora repraaented are J. 

B “«<«>■ 

•WrU-Ui. iMUnum Itet ^ 

. **" So^ 

U»t. BtH. txrapl for U» fn Ilmco TTOIUm rij, Henry fene, 

^ C*™*- 

^ t Bnlne. Al.n miner And.r«n, 

. wWU tn public uul ue ^ ^ OHourke. 

Norman Katkov, tiaxnea Ronald and 
Thli perpetual caution oouM auc- ft.ify canighar -P.CR. 



'Tar too many of ua. ecpecially 



a eoherent country 
To do thia, Canadians would have 
to make an about-turn from 



when we apeak or write to public, 
acem haunted by the poUceman'a 



Human Values 
iTIiemeof Novel 



Third Novel, in Seri^i 
Pictures Pioneer U.S 



"Tender Shlnlai Ughr. by 
Marian KriUi iMrCteUani * 
Stewkrt, Ltd.. gM«K 
Marian Kelth'a new novel la a 
aequel to “Aa a Watered Oarden," 
a atory which ran into a aeoond 
large erfition . A beautiful rural 
accuon of Ontario bordering on 
Oeoglan Bay la the aetttof for the 
love atory of Ellen Carrulhera aM 
Daliaa Laird, a young air force padia. 

Problema laced by the two princi- 
pal character! in adjusting them- 



Here are a few aamplee eboaeo 
at r a n do m from one of the beet 
known literary Joumala to the 
Cniud SUtea: 

"Partner wanted to restore and 
develop rare Bouthera Tennan: Igth 
eentury maniioo Informal Inter- 
national vacaUoo place. Intereattoc 
group aetlvlUei: 

"Dlac jockey would correepend 
with piquant laaa about anyUitog 
eaeept music: 

“HI Stranger t Let youngsiera an 
your Chriatmaa Ust cUmb up on the 
corral gate at the T Double A Ranch 
t» ArUona and watch Puncher txatn 
hk oolt. Five ilhistrated letters for' 



Alien iCIarhe. Irwin * Compeny, has a spaclouaoeai that is unusual 
Ud.. S3). , AnWj'r ~sweop of pure 

unique to hlForUfal wrttog. m. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 

,hi=. rrvlrpfM^ eptolon. la the cur- ' wpertora to thU tooddm 

rent sertee undertaken by the noted ^ 
author of “Anthony Adveree." In . v. . 

a flve-part work in the hlshtfkaU Alblnee wile,* MeUaaa. and Rd- 
novel framework. Allen u picturing •lUimey. 

the early history of the United »«t of the spoillght in ^ w^k 
States prlnelpaily through the eyss ^ ever-prewnt Salathid. 

of a mao who. to a sei»e. grows But them are a score of other 
culturin? ffSto scratch with the to- developed cherMiera. 

fant colony * deUghi to the reader who is 

•T'owart ■ the Morning- U dlscrlminaung to this phase of a 
midway mgfk to the series It was 

preceded by “The Poreet and the . All in aU. thu is aa pleasing and 
PorT‘ and “Bcdfonl Village." and "lu^'***** • o' absorbing 

will be foUowtd by "The City to the reviewer haa found. 

n*»n" arwf "RI<«hA»M RnvInM ‘ -P.CB 



mediately after the war form the 
mafii theme of the book. With 
quaint humor end skillful dialogue, 
»K« ».ith«r brings to Me a whole 
cross section of people bom sod 

hr. ~ ==h t qp tn 1 eomtmmuy tor 

removed from the rush of modem 



"Are you seeking a good*T0r*ni- 
ment job? Do you yearn for security, 
eomplaoency and absurdltyt Are 
you drawn inexorably toward the 
^rcau of Hybrid Oohif* Than 
faoUUartae yoUratlf with the new 
manual on government writing 
which tells you how; 

"bplore exotic tea flavors to 
taete-teet aseortment. M cholee 
vnrtettea. 



New ILS. Novel 
Character-Rich 



Hll ■MININCB JAMBS CARDINAL McOUlGAN 
Archbishop e( Torooee snd Cansda's sole Prince of Church who is 
eubjM of hook "James Cardhial McOuifsn.'* by Claude Leing Fisher 
(McLelland ft Stewart). 



garden." be said. Awage wage of 
CanafftoB tmcheri wae lem than 
that pnld diteh-dlggeA 
‘"n»a reign of dupnem coat last 



•The Balleem* kc..Bfl<A 

Meerg (MeCtehoad * Itowari : 

MA). I 

Mias Moore's anoestors lived tor. 
generations to Maine on ah! 
Island IT miles from Bar Harbor.; 
She taught eehooi, wrote publicity < 
material, operated a farm on Maine. ; 
and a ranch to California, but al- 
waju retumut'to the state she knew 
and Joeed eo ill,. Her t“ ~< other 
r.i-rri, were “Thr ‘ Weir." published 
in IMS and '‘ffpnonhandle.*’ a 1M6 
best *scllef. 

“Tlie PUc Belloon.'* which got lU 



Albtns. whom the 



tereaUng and the youth of CX;W.::i 
is beciomtwg too impatient for it to 
last much longer." 



C eoada ever hie beeh. ..Beberte. a 
MewtraaJ wHIer. went te BasMa L 

lam flprtag as gresMext ef Ihc "Jamsa Cardinal McOwlgaa." by 
NaUanal CWodl far Csnadko- nawde Latag fisher rMcLeltawg ft ' 
•evlet Prlendahlp. deewart Ltd.. ISAflJ.- 

• • • Several years sgo this reviewer 

Another book reviewed to The attended s lunc^mon to Toronto at 
Oolonut last week, 'The Rich Man” which His Bmlnence, then Bishop 
tMoClelland and 8tewart>. has an MeOulgan, was guest speaker. Re 
inUraatlng story behind It. was introduce by a prominent 

ns author, 'Henery Krelsel. waa;Oatholie layman who told the story 
bom to Vienna X years ago and 'of a visit to the bishop on a cold 
escaped to Chgland afUr Hitler, Wlntcry night, by himself and a 
invaded Austria In IfM. Here he eompanloa 

worked to a Leeds' textile factory. “As we stood la the foyer jtf His 
When the war broke oOt. he wasjorace's realdeooa, chilled to the 
interned in Britain aa an enemy bone." the chairman said. "I re- 
sllea came to Canada with a group 'marked to my companion the! H 
and spent the war to a Quebec would be nice to have a drink." 
iniernment camp. Then, when '••When HU Orace appeared, we 
Oovernmem policy changed, a family both etartod to cough After about 
offered to support him. five minutes, with s twinkle In hU 

Krelsel enUred University of eye. the bUhop blandly remarked: 
romnio, majoring ui English •* 'You rsn cough ail night, but 
Ungdagr and Literature, and even|there's not a drop in (he houser" 
though he hkd~o«ly been speaktogf^O ANICDOTfS 
the language three years, led ther _ , ....... . 

.»« con.pl.Ud hi. m«ur. d«v«- uckin« In u.r ~ch »udou. 
H. 1. now on m. .UH j. . Uctom ^ „m«hln« ot Ui. 

u ih. Unl..i^l, of Alb.ru, «K1 ciui.dUn furdlnol i unu of humor 
siresdy into his sevond noval. ^ ^ 



iailv in Drama 



Chruuan" people. 



■y O O aXDOkWU'K WiUt petM 
trstten rharn apd artanltii Vrffvaaar 
Sadtwick emanti s army snalyata mt 
■HCMir’' esNiai MtllStb. swwtad I* 
tv» rol«fa A Ana fih far all terart 
of tSa drsBu. 82. TB. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1948 



Victoria Girl to Be Married in Ncm York 



Will Be Hostess to Yoraiger Set 



R C.N., and Mrs. Webber In their home in thj 
yard. I 

: • • • I Roteruon, Mn. J. 

Of mdrn tmcraM 4 t 2 »c eneac *- 1 a. HarrttNi. Un. J 
mem aimouneed tod*r by Mr. *nd I r k 

Mn D 4 xjd B»ftky-IU>M. Umvonlty I 
will Vancouver, fonnerly ot Vlc> * 
lorta. of tbeir only <iau«bt«r, Mif- l^garel R 

non. and Ma>or Tar«M* W. J. BarWa 
Doaovan. only *011 of Mra. Donovao Lindaty, / 

and the lata Mr. J. 1 . Donovan of O'***®* Cauvin. 
OalOaifb Orance, Oodatone, Surrey. I 
The waddinc will ba aolemrHied oo| Dlcbii 

OecamlMr M in tba obapal of ujgjtnta tbla aftarnoon 
Amltou. Th*olo*l«l Oolta,.. wt 

vanity of BmUh Columbia. 

Dr. K. Taylor olflcUUng. The | 

>-ounc oouple will make thair home; ^ ^ 

in canary. Th. bride^l«:i atiend«l ^ „J^^OarSm 
Strathcona UxHe School and f«d- “ , 

uatad from tha Unlvaraily of BnUab ^ "T 
Columbia in 1 M 7 , where she was , • 

affiUalcd with the DelU Gamma J The Chruimas 
Sorority. Her flan^ a yraduatc of,,jo^ in full *wlng 
Quean's CoUete. Taunton, served ; added to th 

overseas during the war with the .ivcrs every da>'. 



Somerset Ugbi Infantry 



Mr and 'lAra 6. PlaUtow^ sre 
•pending the holiday s eason with 
Lady Butler. Torquay Drive 

*• f • 

Mrs. ft. B Shaw of Biggar. Sask., 
IS vtotung her niece. Mrs W S. 
Stewart. Hampshire Road 



Leitsr* V«orouvft 

MISS LOIS PBNDRAY 

Mrs. R. T. Psndray, 1940 Msyfair Drive, announces the engsgetnent of her second daughter. Lois Velds, to 
Mr. Peter Lannarta. of New York City. N.Y. The wedding wilt take place in New York on December 18. 



Mr U. Oswald Hincks, who has 
been visiting his parents at Lang- 
ford, has iatl.iafhew York, from 
where be will sail for Bnflabd 
aboard the Brittanica to Join hU 
wife and vlsU relatives. 



reed to the First United Church, 
where Rev F. S Church, who has 
been named offlcla} padre to the 
Fort Albemi Legion, will sonduot 



Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Roberts 
To Make Home in Florida 



Ira A Buatford. Mrs. Mr and Mn. Thomas Crues 
P Oorry, Mrs. F Bon- u^ijert*. who were married 8a»ur* 

Boimer. Mrs J*™" owning at St Albans Church. 
, Pearce, Mra. E Sii* 

V Oubhin. and Misses wUi ‘heir home at Eglta AV 

M. Freeman. C. Bussoi. .Rase. Florida. UB.A.* Rev F B M 
Marlon Rogers. Sally ' Tomalln performed pie oeremony 
ley and Jean Corry uniting Nurma Mildred Alnsley.ooly 
• • ■ daughter of. Mr and Mrs. Thomas 

C. Mersion and Mr* ^ Alnsley, 1464 Begble Street, 
leaving this ,„d the only son of Mr. and Mrs 

:::anada. where they wlU,^ ^ Roberts. 1014 Catherine Street, 
r Miss Pamela Tl,e bride, given away by her 

etlng a physio-^phy ^ 

oyal Victoria «p • styled on princess line* with 

llL sllghOy en train. Her 

rrtnity ^ ^ fpibroidered 

""f ^viL. Ann Mer held by a headdress of seed 

^ Christ- ' was a handcut bead oeck- 

,* bU^r and Mr* 1 *^ ***‘°h«hig to her grandmother. 
. spend two months In She ear^ ^quet of pi^ ^ 
We«t indlas. and ex- 
rn to Victoria' early handkerchief. 

During their absence I The bride s aUendaou were Miss 
Drive home will be oc-' Barbara Jean Todd, maid of honor 
ir and Mrs Robert P.flh «»I‘ blue taflet: Miss Mary 
iHeUnckcn. brldeamaid. and Mrs. 



The solo. “O Perfect Love was ..v« .uc 

«nny by MWe irfrt f Mahon during include an escort *fmni the 
the signing of the register Laglun e* well a* Uw Sruitish pi|w 

TH.. ..^.^ 1 .... band. SUndard-bearer will be Mr> 

^ ^ O Christie and the color i>aitv will 

oon. ^ J •"« J- 

cake centred the brides tebI6.* A ^ 

yeweled dirk kianed by the groom's ' ^ ^ 

aunt, MUs Jean Roberts, was iwed 

to cut the cake En^^a^^cnipnls 

For a MalnUnd honeymoon, the 

bride choee a grey crepe dre*s with Mr and Mni AUred James Pwue. 
matching hat and acreseoile*. „j B,y fonnerly of Vinwia. 

Saaon-blu* top c oa t with, red, fox to announce the rngaaemeni 

neckpiece. 



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MISS PENELOPE BRAIDE 

A gey rouTMhof partiee for VUtoiia't younger set ie on the eociM calendar for Christmas and the New Year. 
Among the young boeteeeoa this year ie Mii^ Penelope Braidc, deoghter of Col. R. W. Braide and Mrs. 
Braids. 1 S 7 S Doapard Avenoe. who will entertain on Tveeday evening. December 21 . 



Annual Christmas Dance 
At Royal Roacls^ Friday 



nf thrlr younger daughter. Patrt> la 
'Dorothy to A^hur Keith MoKenxle. 
'only sun of Mr and Mrs Keith 
McK«-pzie. Courtenay Tlw mar- 
riage will- take place on Deremlier 
27. 3:30 pm at 3t Peiefs Churrh, 
'Qunmlchan 



Deilwation Serrice 
At Port Alberni 

PORT ALBERNI. Dec 11.— Dedi- 
cation of the new standard for the 
Women's Auxiliary to Branch No. 
56. Canadian Legion, will take place 
today A church parade will pro- 



A»rlmtn<-*mrnu w seiwsi uart*( thii 
btsdiDi el>i M tritUtHt »< 17>« 

Ooloflitl AS'rrttMna Op»ar<niwii Mtn 
i»um fhsrcr <l SO fni IS ltae» an* 
llr b» ssrh aMinnitsI ltn» 



Musical Society 
Plans Christinas 
Pro^am Tonight 

The Christmas meeting of the 
Intermediate Musical Arts Society 
will be held in the Kewstaad Realty 
'Hall. 734 Fort Street, tonight at 8 
pm. At a recent meeting of the 
executive, held at the home of Mal- 
colm . Hamilton, plans for the 
Christmas meeting .were dlsctuscd. 

I The program conveners have pre- 
pared an Interesting progtam fea- 
; turing klim Dorothy Francis. vtoUn 
I choir, accompanying the Christmas 
* carols and Miss Louise Leask as 
guest- artist. * 

Refrashments will be served fol- 
lowing the program 



designed to sparkle after 5 



't' Ghistmas Cards 

, CHOOSE PROM A WIDE VARIETY 



Mrs R- W Mayhew, who recently 
returned to Victoria from Ottawa 
for the Christmas season, wtU be 
honored at a coffee party to be held 
by Mrs. Victor Leigh on Monday 
morning at her home on Beach 
Drive. Mrs. Leigh has Invited Mra. 
Herbert Anscomb and Princsas 
Chlkhmatoff to preside at the coffee 
urns. 



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young 

people Interested m musk* are In-, 
vlted to attend. 



HoUl WetUling 
At St. John^s 



Mas^ John Turner, son of Mr 
and Mrs. John Turner of Shanghai, 
and Masters Ricky and Robert 
HeLhey, who attend University 
School, will go home with Master 
Peter Butler, following the break-up 
on Wednesday, to spend the Christ- 
mas holidays at ths horns of his 
mother. Lady Butler, Torquay Drive 



Mrs, Aylarrl Heads 
Nursery School 

Mrs. C. ll Aylard was elected 
president of the Nursery School 
Association iH Greater Victoria at 
a recent tneetliy of the esc uUvt. 
Other officers elected were Mrs. 
Douglas B Bmnh, vlre-prcddent; 



of a pretty wedding Saturday 
evaning when Rev. George Biddle 
aotemnlbsd vows betwecfl Evelyn 
Annq ‘*Babs " WeatherlU. youngest 
daughter of Mrs. J. Bond. 818 



A mlsoellaneous shower h^nriring 
Mrs. Jack Frlmcm th e fo rmer MUs 
Phyllis Calvert, was held on Friday 
evtnlng at the home of Miss Alleen 
Leighton. 1584 Vlnlng Street Cor- 
sages were presented to the bride 
and her mother. Mrs. Harry Cal- 
vert. The guests Included Mrs. H. 
Cslvert Mrs. F. Cauvin. 5lrs A. 



^ ^ wsathertll. and Stoker »M» 

^ ' • ■ • Douglas Malcolm Biggs. RC N. son 

The ^wlM Club will meet on Oe- of Squadron Leader and Mrs M. P 
samber II at 1:10 pm. at 1418 Blgga. 1100 Rock StrsK. 

DoiMlas Strset. upsta^ iMtaad o| Chrysanthemums snd seasonal 
December U at ths Wishbone OrUL greenery provided tbe background 

• • • I for the servtoe, tbe traditional mual- 

The annual meeting a^ auction 1^ Intorlodss being played by Mr. 

•f oOosrs of View Royd Anglican p chubb at ths organ. 

WA. wUi be held on Tuesday at bride, flvan In marriage oy 

t:M pm, at tbs boose of Mra. W. brether-ln-Uw. Mr. C. R. Har- 
Ouval. TTI Island Hlghwiy. . ^ p,rtod gown 

lUquimaH WomMb'lneUtute mat with yoke of French laoe. 

hi the guUd room of Bt. Paul's graceful s«rt 

Ohuroh. Before the buslnem meet- ^ ^ fUor-Ungth 

ku *mombers stood in Mlance m wll of embroidered net was eaught 
memory of the Ute Mra. AlfrmI a notonet of pearls, and she 

Watt. lUetion of oOews took idnoe 

vban Mra. M. McDuff waa returtmd etieamers. 

m prmMsnt by Other 

esae^ an; nn. A. M ms tip sscre- ‘affeta gown wMh gold sequin cap 
Wry; MIS. A. SpUn. Mttiwr; and pink vMl wm matron of honor 
kfra. L. Orbnes and M»i. W. Rulob- ^ Barbara Blgm. 

Wson. dbeetora. "IMer of the groom, and MUs Kay 

• • • lldeDoiiaM were brtdssmairts. wsar- 

Ylm Dono us l s r KsttbU P.-TA. Iir idanUMl gowne of paU bhm 

meettag on Wsrtnmday evening , mflsta featuring bustle backs and 
wee m Wo Item of a CBrUtmaslfoM se quin eapa wttb blue vells- 
geeUL Mr. A. O. Blo c om b aoied 1 AD had mitts to match thsir frocks 
•• ■»••••■ M smmnanim, pro- and oarrtad. Onkntlal bouqusu of 
ram toatodad ttso reedtotUna by ptak mesbnW LIttU Barbara Ann 
Mra K. L. King and seloa trem HairU. nUee nf tbs krtds. was flow s t 
Mm. W. O. Bn and Mr. O. taRh. gM. woarliM a lo^ dram «f paU 
kg Mba p. ibny. btoa aattn with Sceal band to hm 
TiUto nns aUe a muUsal oontom baU and ssiijlng a miniature 
and We ttngmg of flirMmai earott. ntlmm bongnst. 

Ibem W abario s« r s fi s tt mi n s Tte brldegroam Imd Bto. (M.) 

^ Bottal WaMir Bwnavei m bsM man, and 

UMtonm. arnimod by Ifta O. MUtar. bw Ot) Rotort BnW and Bto. 



rotary; Mrs. A. J. WhUffteld. re- 
eordlng secretary; Mrs C D. Stock- 
dlU. tresmirer; Mrs E F. Cox. mem- 
bership convener; Miss I D. Sar- 
ratt and MIm B Oirrtn. publicity 
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[>resey wools eprlAkled with beade 
snd teqatas. soft rich crepee and 
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Br ID L. CAMPBELL 
X>ONDON. Dee. 11 OP).— Vlctf 



not hennl. Queen 

frwt-frenv-CTMMlaotf iwenee (be, — ■ thine la the world 

rale. B7 OBACIK ALLEN U e mnew een 

The eon bora to Prtnceee EUm* Neith Aiserioea Newepey er AHIeBee chimrng, the eaa. 
both end Prlncd Philip. Nor ember 
lA hM been seen by lew peaple- 
0ut hlB loaty hm«s have been beard 
by praettcjLlly the entire euff at 
euld Bucklnvham PaUoe. 

In Inct. «gr thoee In a poelUo n 
to know, when the blue*eyed Inlant 
who may lome day be Kins deddea 
I to Tplce his otuninet, the red- 
' carpeted corridors ralrtr echo. - 
Not that the ymmister is a bad 
boy. But PrlneeM Blmbeth la rt- 
poned to iQsUt on regularity. BaMea’ 



HOLLYWOOD.. Dec. •— Will you «> • cnecarein on i 

' pardon me 11 my aertoua Bde shows! '•■tiuiaa ai^ alalli 

The fubject ol feminine chans *lo®a ** au^hare. 
Irat much lor jokea when you eon- exert herself; *uit this 
alder how many women are made tiful tbouefata. without pu 
mlaerabla by^ being ebaraUAg- 

and how many othar people are e»p ry i< » gra d ouai^. wl 
miaerable from having to put up , ^ aomeone elae to 
with t hfm ^ 

i fo i'ait 'alxwt thlr UVa |o ^ io_jHtt«.chamli^ 

, right through the «**anttinn of the ^ _ ~~~ • . 

word "cracloua." which I. think u- Coupid Motonng 
^ plahu^ thb oharm of nuuiy women- ^ ■ 



RRiniMAB week thla year has manager. He was State geologist don. During the Great War. when 



maid, wore a gown ^ ptne green 
vT!vet staled aUnnarty to 
matron of h^jnor's Mjjw Gloria 

Davidson, as fknrer girl, wore a 
dainty dress of dotted Swim nel- 
over peaoh taffeta. She had a 



stick PoUyanna, a wocnan oan srln 
fnends by puiiing the aocem on 
the poelUve. We all have ftuits — 
even men-THind cven body knows It 



one outside the Royal Psnxliy 



THE. DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12. 194S 



Well-Known Giuple to Celebrate Golden Wedding 



three-tiered weddliM cabs eentrod i Mr and Mrs Doherty left on a 
Ihe bridal table whlob wm decorated 1 motor trip south, and for tmvehns 
with #blte 'mums and oarnaciona the '^Brlde rheee a wine gabardum 
Mr. and Mra Oavidaon iwoolvwd the mtt with SBatrhlns 

VMM YMi «» «si|iB Mr eott and green sndr 

lUlidi Ftttshsr .yopoeed the' toaei corsage. On tbeu raturn they srUb 
lo the b0da Ireride at ttSis Otaigfloww Road. 



tummies are notorloualv bed tlme- 

•2^ iTw^«Wger beau the; “AttracUve; pkaBn,." Thaf. the lOrOUgn 3UUIH ^ | 

clock, the Infant Prince yella ' because a woman gown of bluah white v^vat was J, 

At present BUmbeth Is nursing , **edy Lamarr's faos in gho*en ^ Mlm Kat'Jesa Mary V 

the baby, la about two or three h«r mlrror ls bo excuse for squawk- D,Tldt n, daughter of Mf. r4 MTa S 
months he probably trill be placed Ing. Natalie would have worn her- william W. Davtdeon. M9 Cratg- 1 
on the bottle. Except at meaUimw self out long ago If ahe tried to nower Roed, for *— weddtof to Mr l| 
the UiUe fellcST Ts weU behaved. , turn «H H«tj Lamarrs In asmmbly- Rober* W. Doherty. JT* w'eaW | 

Baby t\S£ hl3 tm^h promptly at «i line quanUUm. But srlth the coe- Roed! which to^ place at the fi 

am. daily. The water la always' meUe counurs pUed high with all chureh of Our Jnrd last evenini { 
carefully tested. ^ temperature ' sorU of beauty aids, all women can Rev D. L. Gordon offlt' ated. I 

always exactly the same. fix up their facet In pretty good bride’s gown festurw* fitted | 

Before bathing, be U weighed by shape. bodice, full gathered eUrt slightly S 

Nurse Rowe end his weight '*Hlndly.” That means you have en train, long fIMed Sleevm and I 



OR. AND MRS. T. A. RI CKAR D 



^ oioeUt Photo. 



^ a special slgnlflcanoe lor Or. for three yean and'ln WS2 he re-;Uring at Berkeley, California, she ^he flnrt three deys. but n ^ you cau l «miu with your apr'^QUid lace was held by a eoronet 

and Mrs. T. A. Rickard, who will reived the gold medal of the .In- sang repeatedly to the eoldlers Ini^n reKsIncd his original firven i^^th alone and expect to pass as*of a-Hlque lace studded with pearl* 
eelebrau their golden Wedding an- sUtuUob of Mining and MeUllurgy. Ban Pranclsco and eUew^^ On ^ and U now grow- , per^n of good will. and ri-.* earned m ar.nv.er t>nr.gurt of 

nlvermry on Tues^ December IL, London. one oceaslon. a dinner to the ^ rteadUy. After the bath, he is -Meralful." If a woman wanu to red rosea, white carnaUona and ' 

They M ^ ago to fbf a juars b* was editor auc- . MlUUn hto be chaming. let her not goerip. A «wwln.aona. 

^nver. tothe ctoBvely of the three principal at the hand of ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Mrs P. F. BuUer. deter of the 

Csthrrtrsi ^ the Dean, the Ree orbing papers. ‘Ihe Engli>eertng and 7“^ ^ fradlng. Queen KUza- ^ on bride, was matron of honor, wear- 

Martln Hart. Journal. New T^; The ^ dsufhter and Bhed^wear oO U she Ing a gown of gallant blue velvet 

Dr Rickard, who Is a well-known Mining and Bclenltflc Frees. Ban S™"***® could only eae herself lb a mirror, with ballerina skirt and fmed bodice 

suthor, has Written a book enUtled Francisco, and The Mining Mags- ^ ^ Kll»beth'. apart- ™ ^ ^waTto alSi^t Her bonnet Was W with wtdte 

-Autumn l^eaves " and dedicated It rine^ London. He ^ ^tten many J* TjV T<^E.^ ^ another peek ^ ^ Us^rs are wary «'ln and trimmed with white fur. 

r.rr' “ -- - — 



veriary Jecto. YMn aU. Including Teehnloal Their son and daughter-in-law. ^ap 

J)r. gnd Mrs. Rickard came to Writing.** “Journeys of Obaerva- ^ Rickard, srho re- Oreat-grandmother Queen Mary 

make their home here* In 1913 and Uon," “Man and Metals. *’ and ***n»e Bde In Berkeley. California, srlll be oreat-aunt Marina. Duchess of 



were Rr^rrar-e «f MltttlM.'^ His iatoR . fe- VMtori* tot the JBBlvgai^ 

ab that time, having made many book, recently Issued. Is “Historic Chrlst4nas holiday. Miss Adelaide 
Bummer visits since 1910. Backgrounds of British Columbia,** Irirtng of New York, an old friend 



Dr. Rickard, mining engineer by . which .ha puhUabed himself and ' *Ae Rickards, will also be present 



prafsealon. graduated with his DBe. which has been very well reoelvwl. To mark the ooeeaton. Dr. and Prlnceas or her baby But we all can put our beri f<^ 

from Royal School of Mines. Lon- Mrs. Rickard U well known as a Mrs. Rickard will entertain at a 3m forward -In many, many wys. /i„™ m K#r K*ir ^ 

don. to 18U. 9.S wr;it U) CoW*du. -ii^fter She received hw training at.rwepUon ai the Union Club oa fiends are being Invited to eaU. “Benevolentr Ail women can add JZw ^ ^ 

first as an aaaayer end then w mine tTit R- College of Moitc In ton- * 11. I pitnee Philip the baby's proud to their ehann by doing thslr beet. .. »*““ 

- IfatheMs somewhat out .of the pic-l to pieese > 

m ^ If^l in •! Christmas and annual donations. | tore nowadays. He's not much help with some respect for the senslblU- ' ^ Ronald Bhaw and Mr P 

rlf^ KahHa h lApf pH rt*PGlHptlt' Members of the WA. wUl serve around a nursery and he has no Ues of the people who have to look Butler »ctAd ash« 

rll>e DUIlUr IjICtlCU 1 rC^lUCIR refreshmenu to the members of outside duties for the time being at her Is very much a part of • j- 

H , V • YVr A the Glee Club on December 16 fol- Bo he has been busy Uktof snap- woman's charm. ,, Lough^dBanouri Club where a 

l^kw»Mni»wiio I kkgnkwn W A lowing thslr eoocert. shou -of the baby with hU minlatwre A opmmon Hollywood eyeaore Is ^ 

VillClllalllllo IX^ZllUll f?e/me •« pmcIvmI from ih* woman of lumpy shape 

C aooreclauon and <WlcUl pictures of the youngster wearing even lumpier shoru. an * I If . 1 

Mrs. K. Bonds was alected prm- 1 arms; Mra. M. B. Roblaeoo and Mrs. ^ jwlU be made later by the court old pair of high-heeled shoes. arAnOrPlA Hotpl 



Mrs. Bonde Elected President 
Of Chemainus Legion W. A. 



Christmas and annual donations. 



Mr. Roger 0 *OosumU eras beet aian. te 
while Mr. Ronald Shaw and Mr. P E 
P. Butler acted as ushers. |l 

*The reeeptloa was hsid to the | 
Lougheed Banquet Club where a tf 



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Uw^ 



work done during the year. 



M a“^^^ ****^*^ thT bSn;. meeting. 

Presentation flf past preaklsot’s. wives of Legion members were wel- em i 

Z. »*«'“■■ Letler of Thanks 

\M*m T u.r« FloTencs Cstes. retiring pres- exchange of glfu. Vocal solos were _ , , „ 

S^ldenl Mi ^y ^nde seci , complet«l two years g,,e„ by Mrs H. Valentin* and Mr,. RereiVCfi FrOIll 

letory Mrs Edith Wh.Uaw trea*-L community « 1 • L D 1 

ttw^Mrs c ouen Mrs V East- 1 *“ ^ " osJeri Burkingham ralflcf 

«.n .nrt SXr. H ™. th« »tolWln« fund and 115 towards accompanying at the pUno. Mrs « 



bra-top that's lost whatever fit It 

I may one# have had. and on bar I Victoria. B.C 

, head a rat's nett of bobby pins notj Ent^'uh tftn Almotphtre 
one bit cAnoeakd by e raggedy hair- 5 Minutes from Centre of City f 

AIU.CUU, "ll 

Which Is the whole point of being <r I 

charming. Is flret of afl a matter ComfortebI# SuMm for Two 5 
of being friendly. One of the most Double eis4 Sififle Keome S 



J t se *psrlclmg array of 

I ^ Cofktul. Party and Rvrmng 

Ujlr^ 

G Ceily Glarttoanring Frocks for ad 
siies. 10 to S2. 

iiriTS — COATI — ACrr.SSORIRS 

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KU DOUGLAI 

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president : Mrs Betty Bonde. sec- 
retary; Mrs Edith WhiUaw, treas- 
urer: Mrs. C. Olsen, Mrs. V. East- 
man and Mrs. H Jaiinein. exec- 
utive: Mrs. Catherine, sergeani-at- 



tl« building fund and 110 t^ar^ ^p«>ring ’at pUw, Mr,. ^ Belmont TtlSSTlrl^ndT S.e“Sf 

^ puiThaee of an incubator for the FTh^ was to charge of enter- vitinrtM. has received toachm I know to this 



net. 

-Friendly.- AtiracilDg friends, 
which Is the whole point of being 



Chemainus Hospital, together with; talnraent. 



letter frwn Buektngham Pelace. ^ xlx-week-pid puppy. His 

dated November 10. which reads as ^^ole body la a=quiter with eager- 
follows ; 



I • I mT dated November 10. which reads as 

Girl Guide Notes, D^^ce Recital at MeU^hosin 

-A Chriatmas party sp^ruiortt! by, . wlth^cnt pieaxurv the duffetl eoat 

Oulders. Ryan and Mr*. O. i A pantomime to three scenes, “*nie MaeXMule. Joan CL-.'-vm which you were good enough to send 

M. Bodlngton at the 3nd Central ' Country Garde'- "Ruaslan Beene" Hattie and Eva Bltth. to Her Royal Highness, and the 

OUtrtet. was given for the Guides. -nme for wus *ed concluvon of the recital Princese has asked me to thank 

and BrowniM who acted ae host- ' . ..i. ./.rv * tableau of the Holy you wermly for your kind thought 

otn rp to their pa rents The evening 1*' ^ Chtlstma* sale of work a^ Pamily followed by the singing of and for ths good wishes which ae- 
was s pa m playing games In which recital given In the parbh|carola 'd "Jingle Bells.- eempanled your praaeot " 

the- parenu Joined. After placing ^ ^ »» ' ' ' ^ ^ ^ 

flfu for itoildrra at the jubtle# ^ 

HoeplUl under the Christmas tree. * The sale wee held under the aus- WATCHMAEItt ilWILIES 

toe Ouldea sang earole. Later In of ^ Junior W.A. with Mrs 

toe evening the District CmnmU- »• «• Bolton and the recital wae , 1 y v j O r> 

Noner. Mr, Imerton. enrolled ^ I V H \A^^T^PT^ l\) NOH 

lauralne Fergu«m. Arlene Btyan. ®f by Mr, F O J V CUI IVldclI ICI I OUI 1 

Margaret McConnell and Joanne Benoit 

EiMBell ae Brownies to the Pack. *Tweniy ehlldren. from toe ages SpecisHic to Fim Wiicb and 

The toutla Owl. Mrs. Rennie Koff. of three to 15 years, took part to 1 w t 

and the provincial secraury from lh« which faatured a vailaty Jfwairy wor, 

Vanrouver visited the party and M dancea and was wamly ip- — , 

they with Ihe divlatooal commli- 1 111 MMtIRTON BLOa Edtll 

sinner. Mr,. Mldgley. w,*, given' Leadir^ parta and solo dancea 1 

tos Grand Howl by the Brownies. Iwar, gives by Oand MermlUen. 



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iUt' CULUXIST, N'lClORlA, B.C., SLNUAV. DKcKMHKK 12, 1948 _ 

Selection of Poultry h Important 

r.lB In Preparation of Christmas Dinners\ ^l^yOVNCEMEm . . ^ | 

I H n^imetian ia txtnmtti UDDorUot Um «aU. DMl.woodsn tkmwn to ’ f h»tn i rt i V ft /|ood>«tMd Mid, ond f %A# I I C k 



Holiday Is Time for*Sweets 



Um noU. DMt.woodan akowon to, 
iMicn up tb« stuIBnc. mod ba Tmtt»r| 
«tiravftgflct$ vttb tbo buttor you um 
for bwUnf. 

'Oa this importabt oe casi aB you 
should allow youncU from quanor 
to Kail pound of buttor In which to 
cook the blrS ' Kelt the butter In a 
■m»n aeucepao and pour It over the 
bird Just before It goes in. the oven. 
If you wtah a rrUp akin to the bird, 
finor, pepper aad salt the bird 
lightly befoie pouiing oo the buttcr. 

Cook slowly In a modente oven, 
Increaaing the beat for the brown- 
ing process of the last half-hour. 
Allow IS minutes' oooking per pound 
of bird, plus the extra half-hour at 
the end. r 

STUFflNGS 

^ What you stuff the birds with Is 
entirely a ouestlon of your In- 
dividual palate- A chMtnut stuf- 
fing Is exceUenl with either turkey 
or chicken at this time of year. 

Fur this allow one pound of 



Sclectloo is extremely Important 
with any kind of poultry, but today , 
the housewife's Ubk Is made ooo- 
•iderably easier, as birds care- 
fully gra^ In all tba big shops. 

fftalenoM in turkeys or chickens 
sbowa very little until they are ac- 
tually on your plate. 

ChiKBc birds of One skin — the 
color Is dbt so important as the 
floeness of the pores. AUhnu|;h 
whlte-Umned birds are suppoe rt 
to be more tender, with good cook- 
ing a yellow -skinned bird can come 
U> the mouth ae tender as a peach. 

The best poMiblc way to oook 
both turkey and chicken la in a 
covered eluminlum beklng dish with 
venUlaUir top. You are then seved 
all basting troubles, and need not 
touch the bird until half an hour 
before serving, when you either re- 
move the lid of the baking dish or 
open the ventilator wide. 

Wipe your bird over with a clean 
cloth wrung out in warm water. 



In their skins 



boll 

first. Then plunge Into cold water 
and leave for tgp minutes. By that 
Um Uta skins should oocne uS quite' 
easily, Including the brown fibrous 
undenkln. 

Pound Um chestnuu very finely 
Bind the nuU with a UtUe butter 
and either cream or eggs. Add salt, 
pepper and a Uny pinch of mustard 
to flavor, and fill the bird tightly. 



THE ENGLISH LADIES’ TAILOR 



OP LONDON. ENGLAND 



Peetoras the soft (cminiiM line combmed with ersftsmanship 
sad individuality ia his txpenly tailored ensembles, sporttweer 
sad classics . . . using customer's materisl only. 



1011 GOVERNMENT STREET 



First legislation for praMrvatlon 
of gpme CO Vancouver l.Aland .w«« 
passed In isei. 



TELEPHONE 

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Harold S. Timberlake 

OPTOMETRIST 



Stuffed Goose Not So Common 
But Is Good for Festive Season 



HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED REGULARLY 



Br A. M. BOULtTOf mixed together and bound with 

Berry hoeteu. every cook, has a'°^ *kg 
pet recipe for Chrlstma. di*h.a- 

the Inside with a little lemon juice, 
turkey, nunc* pies or Pt*ddlng- 1 ^^e ^ 

though ID reality these recipes arc the bird with very thin shew of 
all fairly similar. pork fat. 

But there are other wa can Roast, basting often, and half an 

have en Uiece fMtIve occasions be- hour before the end remove the 

side the customary ones. sUcee of fat. so that the gnnee be- 

I Take a young goose, prepare it comes nicely colored. 

[for roasting stuff it m the fol- Berve with potatoes baked in the 
[lowing manner. Atoot a quarter goose fat. The gravy must remain 

Lof a pound of breadenunbs, a quar- as H Is. not be spoilt bp the addl- 

[ ter of a pound of sausage msat, ths Uon of anything elM. Removs sx> 
livsr. chopped, and a handful of.cAa fat if naoeasary. This fat Is 
ol^ss cut In half, a ' delicious and dan be used in eooklng. 

spoonful at anchovy butter and a The time for cooking for an aver- 
UtUe chopped parsley. age bird Is two and a hall 'hours, 

All this should be wall seasoned beginning with a hot oven fnd re- 
wlfch ^t. pepper, a lUtte nutmag, during to moderate. 



APPOINTMENTS: 9 to • 



547 YATES 8T. 



Home-Made Chocolates and Candy \ 
Are Fun to Make at Christmas Time 

ChoeoUtee are vWy popular but. saucepan Add the sugar and mix, damp sloth wrapped around the 
•erhane more ee at Christmastime well. Melt the cocoa butter In an-|tnw. of a fork, ao that oo sugarj 



or fork. Always work from tha 
edgea to the centra. Whan the 
slnm begins to cream knead It 
weU with the hands. Cover with 
a damp cloth and permit to stand 
for ten minutes before nelftt. The 
fondant may be set aelde in an 
airtight conUlner tai a oold place 
where H will keep fresh for a 
long Ume. Flavor fondant at 
' you use It with' peppermint, almond 
I or wlntergrcen. ' ^ 

An^ixpcrlmoed candy makw muy 
make sure of her results by adding 
to the boiling, sgrup 14 teaspoon 
cream of tartar. 

Malt the chocolate over a low 
flsme and add butter, 'hot water, 
cream or eoffee and aalt. Remove 
these Ingredients from the fire and 
I when they are ooel add vanilla. 
,81ft and sugar and add gradually 
to other Ingredlcnu. 8Ur the Icing 
until H Is a good consistency to 
spread. One-fourth oup coroa may 
be substituted for the ehocolate. In 
that oaM combine tt gt once with 
; the hot srater and butter. One egg 
' may be substituted fbr the wster, 
I etc. Remove the icing from the 
\ fire before the egg le added. 



HER BEST GIFT 
IS A GIFT FROM PICCADILLY 



MUSIC for 
CHRISTMAS 



Pour into paper lined tin. > 

PCGOT PAGE PBANTT BBITTLS ' 

4 sups sugar. j 

1 eup Kaeo LBy White sgrup 

3 cups water 

4 cups raw peanuts 

1 eup butter. 

Boll all together until peanuts 
are a nice golden brown. Remove | 
from heat and add 3 tape, salt aad 
3 tspa. vanilla. Btlr quickly and pour 
on oiled slab and spread. 

COOKED FONDANT 
I eups sugar 
1 cup sold water 
Coloiing 
Flavoring 

Btlr sugar and cold water In 
saucepan over alow heat until dts- 
j solved. Wipe the sides of the pan 
I with a damp pastry brush or a 



water hi he bottom. The water 
Mkould new register over 130 deg. F. 
MMt a wnall quantity at a time.; 
then beat In a little more. The 
water must never fall below the 
temper a ture givyn and the steam 
f ro m the bottom pan must not come 
M aontact with the chocolate or It 
wW make tt heavy. Beat and stir 
sonstantly while melting aad rub 
out all the tiny lumps ThU wlQ 
help to keep the chocolate- at an 
even temperature, which Is impor.- 
lant. When melted, allow to fall 
to 86 deg F.. then remember the 



Juat Arhvad From. Ecotlaad in 
Time for Christmas Giving 



THE MIGHTY ATOM 



1.000 SCOTCH 
SWEATERS 



The sansstion of the yesr' Avsil 
able ta 6 attrsetive ^90 Qfi 
color combinations... 



All-wool, long-sleeve Pullovers. 
They're so t^aupfuUy finished, 
it first glance voe'd think they 
were hsnd-knit — in luscious 
shades foe lucky you who wear 
sites M to 46. Regular value 8.45 
Christmas special, 



wMh warm water below, between., 
4. lift the centre with your left 
Band, taking care that no loose par- ' 
Belie are attached to tt, and drop 
gKitly Into chocolate.^ 

8. When thoroughly ooverad. Uft 
oat wtth dipping fork and turn on 
to the paper or oU eloih. 

Wotea- I Tosi anist work quickly 
when eovertng ssretis with chooolate. 
M lha eoatlng looks rodgh. then the 
Mioeolate la too QtMd. Heat before 
aoattng any more eentrea 
1. 13^ tsenperature of your room 
Biould be between 06-81 dag. F. 
when ohooolste coating. 

•nCFLE UC'IPB FOB ^ 
CBOCXILATE COATTNO 

tt pound unsweetened ehocolate 
1 OB. eoKia butter 
tt l>. eaelor sugar 
FanlUa sastnos to tosts. 

MsH MmeoUle M lbs top of a dnabls 



BKAUTIPUL POLISHED 
TABLE MODEL 



SMART 

MOULDED 

BAKBLITE 

.Avsiisble.to ivory 
'T walnut. The 
tops in value. 



AvsilabU in wslual or ais- 
hogsny. Top value in s 5 

Zt _ *36.50 



AUo from SCOTLAND 



Reewtilelly-siyled gsrmeuis Rcgnlsr value 9.7S 
Christmas sperial . „ 



THE PRESENT WITH A LONGsFUTURE 



CONSOLE COMBINATION 



Make Bus aa mlra speetal Christmaa — mve a hnv 

watch Uttle k Taylor’a they wBt any "Merry 
Chrielsnae" everr day of Bie year. Choose aow. 



A eompeet S-tuhe (f-tube pertormancs) eosa- 
bination. Aaiple reeord etorage space. Beau- 
Bfnl cabinet designed by furshure eraftemen 
Md finished hi walnut. PVaye twelve tO-ineh 
reev'rdt or ten IJ-inch recorda 



^ Wool 
I Gabardine 

I Raincoats 

I From England 



i Little & Taylor i 

i JEWELLERS ' 

I Iir» DOUOLAS ST. (Seollard BMg.) 6 MI2 ^ 



rove 



STYLE? -r Double-breasi- 
ed mcMleli yo u een’t twi- 
proVe on. 

MATBRlALf^You aeot 
get better wster-repeMcai 
fabnr at this price. 

PRICE?— Regularly 49 50 
Christmas special. 



Tha right lauee gloriftes the I 
platnsst food and. at the same Ume, | 
eomplemcnu It. g 

Ttw borne ecooemlets ef the Oco- fi 
■OBser Baetlon. Dominion Dopitrt> E 
■Mitt of Agrtrulture, give btstnie- R 
tSone te maktng ecvaral sauoas and f 
varlatloBs. 0 

MEDIUM CREAM lADCB l| 

I tabtaspoons lat I S 

I tableBtoons flour |jl 

1 eup milk 1 



MAtTERCRAFT COMBINATION 



^ And Hbfb Is SomtHting lo 
* Help Hi« Budget! 

Mon'i W«moit*8 and Cliildr 0 n*i 
Warm Hosng SUpp«fi 



Beautiful 6>tubr radio with * 12-inch speaker. 
Webster sutemstic record pUyer. which shuts off 
autooistically when lest fdnrd h plsrtd. Push- 
buttoci automstK tuning. Long and short were. 
Adegnatc record etnregc spoce. 



IMPORTED 

BLOUSES 
AND SKIRTS 



ta teaapnrw pepper 
MaK fat. Blend In flour. Add 
■Ilk gradually and oook. aUrrlng 
■Bfl mixture thlekena. Bsasoo 
■mi aatt and pepper. TMM: I eup 



Pure - silk, kind- em- 
broidered Blouses. 

Qmstmes O QC 
special . 0.«M 

All-wool Skint, featur- 
ing many new arrivaU. 
Straight and ph*t*d 
styl'-t 

Chnstmt 4 ^ QC 

specUl IfceQV 



Oratad ahacM dr t Uhlsspocn 
ttboppod partley added to this muon 
adds variety to vegetabtaa. 

■aehamal Mupe uem meat eteck 
Mead of milk. Pouletta mum la 
■nde with ohlckan eteek. 

Om eh o ppad. hard-eoekad* egg 



We Milt have a quantHy of Wc»ollen or CoMoo Blankets. Bed- 
spreads, CooMorters and Pillows for sale at stanhaglT vedoeed 



THE Perfect Christmas gifts 



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r your Chrietami gift a boppiof you will find a hr 

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WE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C SUNDA,Y. DECEMBER 12, 194« 



Christmas Cake Recipes 
Call for Rich Ingredients 

Fruit c«kr 1i % trMi tm | CrMm fat, aAA luttr. YantUft and 

ecMiont. Ctinatma eikr mar be^alraond ortract, and eraam wall (c> 
daili and beavr with aaaortad fniiu, gathar. Add agg», mm at a time. 
nuU and peel or light and brrt.'iMfuJ bealieg after each aiidtUoa. Dredge 
with colored frulU Iniet hke jc^rb fruit aftd nuU with part of the 
In any caae fruit cake, la rich and flour. Mix and lift remaining flour, 
M la a luxury food.. »lt and bakfhf powder, and add al> 

DAEK CHRIKTMAit t’AKl lernaUly with the Uquld. Mix In 

I eupa anted paatry flour or 8% Aou^fnilU and huta. line a 
-- eupB aifted all-purpoae flour greaewl paper and fUl 

I toaepoon baking powder V two-thlrda fuU with the batter. Bake 

«... 111 * alA«( nvmn aAA 1 ■ ■ i ■ ■ ■ W tftr 



Yulcddc Cake 



Dfcorations 



npen a few daya bafore mixing In 
other tngradlenu. Bum may be uaed 
to flavor If daalrod. Pour mixture 
Into greaead pudding molda aiM 
ftcam, 

MINrCMRAT ^ ^ j 

4 Iba. lean beef. 

I tba. baaf eueL ^ 

Applaa. I 

I quincaa. i 

t Iba. augar. 

I cupa molaaaaa, 

I quart! eider, 
t pounfti cuiranta. 

4 pound! ralaina, aeaded and cut 
in plaeaa. 

I hk lb. flatly cut eitrtm. 

1 quart grape juiea or cooking 
brandy. 

1 tablaapdon cinnamon aztd maoa 
I tableapoon powdered clove. 

I grated nutmegs. 

1 teaspoon pepper. 

Belt to tarts. 

Oover meat and suet with boiling 
water and cook until tender. Cool 
in water In wbleh Uwy are eoobad: 
jibe suet will rise to (op. forming a 
icake of fat, which may be easily 
4 gxUooa milk. ‘rsmoved. Chop meat fine and add 

Salt. It to twice tM amount of finely 

Chop end mix firaft and allow to chopped apples. The apples should 



I lb. eumota. '> 

1 Ih. sultanas. 

1 lb. raisins. 

1 ib. mixed candled peel (using 
morf orange and lemon than 
sttroQ). 

8 lbs. b r ead enimba 



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% teaspoon cloves 
U toeepoon cinnamon 
\ taa^KKU) mace 
1 cuj) shortening 
1% cups bnnm sugar 
8 eggs 

1 teaspoon vanilla 
It teaspoon alnsorul flavoring 
1 cup sliced, candled cherries 
8 cups chopped figs 
8 cups seeded raisins 
^ . 1 cup candled ettroo peel 
1 cup orange peel 
1 cup lemon peri 
It cup blanch^ sUVbred almonds 
It cup hohey 
H eup molasses 
14 eup cider or ohange Juice 
Mix and sift flour baking powder 
and spices together three timr-s. 
Cream shortening until fluffy. Orad* 



At least a giU of brandy. 

Bavlog stoned and halved the 
raisins, chopped (he peel, and 
blanched and ob^iped the almonds, 
you put all the dry Ingredients inlo 
a basin and keep on stirring thsm 
until they are thoroughly blended. 

Give Another good stirring and cn* 
courage tile time honored custom of 
Inviting every one within r«a^ to 
thse in the ceremony. 

Now coyer the bealn with e cloth 
and let It stand on one side until 



K lb. flour 

1 lb. sultanas 
H lb. cxirranu 

Is Ib. candled >eel 
H cupful brandy or apple Juice 

2 tablespoons golden syrup 
2 teaspoons cinnamon 



Dm. raUini. 



2 ira-"r-^n* allspice 



fk teaspoon ground mace 
\% tea!!s»n nutmeg, grated 
teaspoon bl*cax1). snda . 
m lbs. raisins, seeded and chopped 
2 chocolate, melted, or 2 

I table^ioons cocoa, dissolved In hut 
j water. 

MKTHOD 

Cream the butter and add the 
sugar lltUe by Uttie and beat well 
Beal egg'Whltes separate until they 
are thick. Blft flour, with all the 
spires and a good pinch of salt; add 
I to the creamed butter and sugar al* 
ter-At'-Jy S tablespoons egg and two 
tablespoons sifted flour. Then add 
if run previously dredged with flour. 
I the Ci^ndi^d peel apple Juice or 
brandy and egg-whites. 

Lestly add bl-cerb. soda, dissolved 
In a deasertspoonfuJ hot water. 
jCovrr the »’Uh buitirrd peper. 
and tie firmly; steam for t boura 
'end beke tor IH houri In a slow 
I oven 850 degrees Far. Put away in a 



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The mincemeat cotwIsU of 
1 lb. raisins. 

14 lb. "Miur** 
m Ib. currants. 

I lbs. shredded beef suet. 



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H lb. mixed candled peeL I 

H small nutmeg. 

H Ib. apples. 

H teaqwonful salt 

The rtad of one lemoo and the 
Juice of half a lemon. 

At least a gUl of brandy. 

FeM and coVe the applet and diop 
them finely, es aieo the mixed peal, 
lemon rtnd and raisins. Orate the 
nutmeg and put everything except 
, ,, — Coie«us* Wwas. br ar-dy Ifikl & harin. 4Td itlr- 

4 I well together. 

L _ O J' Th*o »dd the brandy, mix it well 

tiort iiins jL>rc 3 fli‘“'^****“”*^*®’^*^***^**“^ 

C |a cloth and let it stand, like the 

Inch thicknesfe. Cut to desired pudding, until next day. 
shape and bake In a moderate oven. ^ Give anober good stir, pack the 
925 to 390 degrtce, X to 25 min- 1 mincemeet into Jan. and cover 
utee. Makes three dosen. them. 

FLCM PUDDING 

A dally serving of poutoee pro- Thle recipe was given by Mr. O. 
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Turn the mixture Into two 
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14 teaspoon vanilla 
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■ft THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C S^yPAY. PECEMfifiR 12. 1^8 

Resintild Hincks and Pantomime Synonymous to 

- •% i . J J ' At Um Deoembw IMM 



R. S. Mvttn VM Appo(nt«tf 



Kat B«Ard. Us%. C. R ThotBM and 

un n. 8. ciATfc. 

Bnttrtainmmt was in iKt (<*ii 
ol • Whlt« BiephAnt Auction 
from which a luni ol fUM wm 
reaUzrd. with MUa Y. Lore acUnc 

AA AAcUOD#«r. 



rwMt d thi oomttUtUc m cfmno of 
ArrAncoaaenU. Mlia Yvonne Lova. 
VlctoiiA Home Ec':<Ri>mim AsiccJa- I president, totrodticwd four nrw 
tkn U WAS decl8«d to hotd a oooktiic mraibcn: Ml» 8. Vaouki. fortn^iy 
schtvu Afain la th« ^>rln<. Mn.!of Um Onlvenlty of MAcatobA; Mrs. 



— ColonUt PhotM 

Refinild N. Hincki, who has writtMi. produced and directed every Chrietmat pentomimw peesented 
VKtoriA, ia smo at right glancing over the miniature set for **Beanty and the Beast." the pantomime to 
presented this year at the Royal Theatre on December 20. 21 and 22. The sets were done by Mrs. Com 
Signet Photo at left sh ows M r. Harry Davies (Uft) and Mr. J. Graham-Graham as the King and Qua 
of in *Fuss and Boots." which was produced Christmas. 1916. 



PICCADILLY incident any day now • i $ buying 
^gc” Lavender at the Grossmith shop! Here, 

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At 77 , Reginald Hincks Still Giving: 
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By BILBBN LKABOTD i *"rhe Uni pantomime had a tngk: 
The ntwekj tt ■•p«n iy>mimi »» b eginn i n g." be eAplAlned. "eul- 

VletorlAna don't know which to | P^oAting in iwai drAmA. T^ night 
jpt Am, and UiA drass rcbeAnAl av^thlng 



It Is iDteresUng to note that 
"pAntomlnM" expressed itetlf in 
early war dancea. animal mimicry, 
and particularly tn India and, Egypt 



went bcauUfuUy. Wt.were aU 



Grossmith of PiccadiUy 



gratuiaOng ourselves when we 



Ustle forms. TIm Greeks employ 
pant4xniine In their choruses: U 

developed In jieUgleus plays and 
later Winded itseif tn -b^et.-. . 

In Englanir paatomime has alw%y» 
been associated with spectacle. 
John Rich, the “father of panto* 
mjaM" on mime show 

at Dr^ry Lane in um. It was by 
a John. Wfkver^d was called "The 
Tavern BHkers^' Rich was the 



tomlme, because hers they 

aynonymoua. Mr. Hlacka has been ^ North (brother of Joe>. 

producer, director a.nd auUu^ of •“ stage carpenter, was 
every Chrlsunas pantomime pm on Suddenly wk heard he bgp 

in the history of Victoria and has dipped dead while cranUdg his 
acted In many of them as well. , 

Me might well be caUed Vlctoila’s' "Another Christmas roiled around. 
J M traiTli fur llti iki kalrrrfl AJyithCT Hlatofy 

playwright hla« business in Ufa has "P**l*<^ itaelTand again th*> dress 
vhton “playing hide and seek with reheArsai- went without a hitch. Tet 
the angeU ". HU mind haa been IncredlbW 

peopled with lively characters of Um stage cerpenier. 

the imaglnaUon and like J.- M. Bar* ^ Tauaiaal. was, 

ne he has mUed the everyday ^ Hospital ahd 



know it^by>thi famous 
green bottle ! 



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Staled and 
packaged ib England 
by dishlUrs 
famous since 

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dalen College. Oxford and later 
worked In his uncle's brewery. Hls 
one sorrow was that he was not 
allowed to become a professional 
actor but he worked with some ama* 
teur playen who called themaelves 
the “Oenasta’s." In. that noble com- 
pany were PrancoU Cellter. con- 
ductor of the Savoy Opera and Noel 
Coward's father. Arthur, and hls 
uncle, Randoir. 

Mr. Hincks has forgotten bow 
many pantomlmas be produced In 
Victoria but he voucbM for the fol- 
lowing; '•Cinderella." "Aladdin," ‘All 
Baba." "Jack the OlantkIUer." 
and the BeAnstAlk," "Babea in the 
Woods." “RoMnson Crusoe." *T>lck 
Whittington," “Mother Oocoe," 
"Puas In Boots." “Bluebeard.;; “Sin- 
bad the Sailor." “Old Woman In the 
Shoe." and "Alice In Wonderland." 



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SUNDAY. DECEMEfER. 12. 1948 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C. 



Hov te It pcMMjbtc tc lUmp out that O^n. O. Army 



Victoria Normal School Has Beauty, Tradition 



•uch A «eU>MUbU*bed hAUlf (-.tAuiid Pom Chief, t> wtUlnc !• 



I WcU. &m they crAflk Aoitto oc ibt , 

i jcAdr* Iroope— the trmlnAd mtn 

^ \ l^tYI'V ^boklinf (town pennAMOt )ota». if a trAlnee 1 

• ic 7 « xml 111 y IcAdrenw In the third Amorad to Oltliloo 

w ‘ CAUf hi udni fUlhy And obecene Iad* ' 

Tbaytt rtAMQAbto adouI U. hov- fua«*— wham, he’i irAnRfArrtd to 
ever. If a |uy tmoclu hto thumb Another dlviiioa pronto. Be to otoo 
with A hAmmer nobody -especU him given «n offlciai rrprtmAnd. 
to) my- “Oh fTAcknte me." If SuppoA# a new mIacUo eApi -weii. 

tut hto hot ^ poUoo. And there at« oUmt UtU* }obe 

lAAd down the neck of eomebody <» omt ere not too poputor. It to aoiaa' 
the round, the army. ipAxonably, _ «hroolc and ooedtom 

would not expect Uto- croundllag to punen and umix of dirty lancuage 
■ay: “Frederick, you mutt be more wn<| thedtoelvco on )obs like 
cfreful. U‘i extremely pelnfuL’’ 



Hm Third Armored DlTlalon, 
under which a new bateh of mIoc-' 
toea haa ctarted baak training here, 
doecnt like It— really doeent like It. | 

You may beltere tlT If you wtoh. 
that the new and more poUta man* 
nar of dealing with the aeiectaea' 
will, on oocaaloo. become less polite’ 
and more oonventtonally anny aa 
time yfom on. You may. If yott' 
wtoh, discount just a little' of the 
aweetneea and light displayed here* 
abouts. 

But as regards cuaslng and even 
more Improper language, ttobody 
even winks about this. 

One whose vocabulary to (julte 
apt to Include slightly naughty 
worda, finds hltaseU In the terribly 
humiliating position at some of the 
' words they hear, so complete haa 
been tbelr regeneration. 

It's not a gesture, and Mb slmpiy 
following out . Cteorge Washington's 
belief that It to totally unneces- 
sary. It to probably tha only place 
In the world where you wlU find 
! ao little cussing, and It must be ad- 
'lAllted It to rather nice. 

I So thoroughly docs the army 4^' 

I Ueve In the value of what Third 
Armored haa accomplished that it 
sent e number of 'Third Armored of- 
ficers on an indoctrination tour 
' which covered 13,000 miles and 
, which reached every aray camp ahd 
every group of trainees within the 
United Sutes. 

Nope, it's riot a gasture. this 
stamping out of unnecessary cuas- 
lng and obscene Unfusge. 



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Bcaidea houiinf proopective toachgrs. VictorU Normal School buUdinf (abovt) now containa Victoria College and hat been 
military hoRpital. For four years during wftr daagrooma ware c onvested to warden Photo shows end of building now used by 
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Traces of Varied Occupation Retained i 
In Buildings Grounds of Normal School 



EVERY 



Tier taWea, Dwncen 
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The Govenunent did not do thlnge i rcsulaled by a master clock in the crew headed by R. W. Tipper, who 
bv halvse when it IS years principal s office. 

ago. to eeublUh a Provincial Nor- The ““ reeponslbl* for choice 

.c^oo. u, v«,ru. 

The eehool was halH on Mount Robertson of Vlctorta. who was 
Tolmle with most of the dty V— rlntefidcnt of educaUon when 
Spread out below tH TIB! view, and bplldlng waa started. Of all hto 
was surrounded by e campus that considered at the time to be 

bae become one of the Sdet beauti- radical, the landscape architects 
fal In Caiuda. ; changed only one. 

'The btf red brick building thtoj -u you want beauty you have 
year houses !• student tcachere i to kick up your heels a “bit,” Dr. 
and more than 400 students of Vic- _ Rnbrr*.:.on ctolme d. He wanted the 
torla College, which for the past driveway to be curved, but be was 
Iwo yeais has shared the building. overrvlecL 

The building bears evidence of HTuefft, gOIL HACLEO IN 
lu fr^ IHS to isee. ^ 

by the D(»lnlon Government ss s ^ mouthful of 

mlUUiT hosp t^, An e^a^-was on the rocky soil, when Qr. 

installed to laelUUte handUng of Robertson cho« the property and 
surgical easee. and the tater-c^-.b^ bt It on behalf of the Oovem- 
telephone system was wr«:k^ when ^ „ 00 b an acre for 

the new elevator shaft cut the main 7H aerw on the alope of th- hlU. 
fable In two. There were a g^C many •‘- 

NOT.iBLC nATUBKS croppings of rock on the new bite, i 



the schdot as an Instructor In IRM. 
than became principal. 

PROMINENT ORADUATCft 
fteveral of the former ttudents 
DOW occupy important aducatlonal 
posts. ThM include Miss Anne 
Miner, oftieer in charge of 
Columbia elementary school oor- 
respomlence courses: Miss Marian 
~j!lTne«‘ supenrlaor of primary grade* 
for OrMter Victoria schools: R. B. 
Hum. director of eehool end com- 
munity drams: and P. J. Kltley, 
director of eehool radio broadcasts. 

The present teaching staff of nine 
Includee five former students. They 
are R OUlltand, vice -principal: 
Mias W. A. Copeland, instructor in 
primary method; H. Farquhar, 
arithmetic instructor, who also 



bat been chief engineer for 34 years- 
Hlghest enrcallment at the Normal 
Bchool wu tp IfSI-M. when' '774 
young men and woman trained to 
be teachers. Claasee were held there 
each year until the buUdtng was 
converted tOva hoqiUal In 1R43. 

Then, for four years. Normal 
School clasaas wen held la down- 
town Victoria, first In the old fthrtne 
audlUulum (now the Siroeooi, and 
then In Christ Church Cathedral's 
Memorial Hall. 

Many paople have helpad to build 
what might be eailad the Normal 
•ehool's “penonallty.” In lu 34 
yekrt the eehool haa had three 
principals, all of whom have ton- 
trlbuted much to the edueationsl 
life of the province. 

Dr. O. L MeLeurtn. now living in 
Vanc(mver. became the school's first 
principal. Save for one year'R leave struetor. 

of abeenoe In 1934-3T. when tha poet Other staff mcrabers are D. B. 
was filled by J. W. Olbeon, Or. Oaddes. music instructor: Mtos Jane 
MclAurtn remained as prlnclpsl un- Eyres, health and physical aduca- 
U1 hto appointment as fteclftant tion instructor. sWbo also supervises 
■upfrinterid^nt of educettoo In the women's athletic program; and 
1933. IF. H. Johnson. English and pay- 

He was succeeded by Dr. V. ulchology instructor, 
ftonten. who served until his death' Mtoa O. Turkey to librarian, and 
in 1944. Mrs M. A. Hpey supervlaes the 

H. O. English, who had come to office. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1948 



Representative of London Times [Exact Population Figures Unknown 
Sends Greetings, Recalls City Visit But Victoria Expansion Near Boom 



c8»fuJ “hrtnf and b uy " mIc vu 
the chief sttrscUon of the evnung. 
The Uo Ubie vma UeUfuUy deco- 
rated In the Chrtstlpae motif, end 
waft proalded over Mlae 8. J. 
Roberta, matron of D.VA.,Ho*piul. 
The annual meetinf wlU be held 
on January I. 



Orcatcr Vktoria la one of Chna< 
da*i faiteet'frowlnf eonimunlUca in' 

Canada*! faeteat-growlnf province. 

Within apa aa of Utile more: 

ihu ten ^ population haa 

almoiai doubled, while in the prov-i 
Inott a« a whole the Increaae haa 
been 36 per oent 

Mo exact flfuroft will bo available 
untU the next eenaua. due to IMl. 
but lateat aatlmatea chow the num- 
ber of peraona In the area hvw 
excf-eda lOMOO. Thla Affure. how- 
ever. Indudea aome realdenta of 
adjaoenC unorganlaed territory. 

Victoria clalma upward of 66.000. 

Saanich 36,000, Oak Bay IIMO and 
Saqulmalt 4,500. 

11} the whole area thdre are an 
eatlxnated 3 JOp . Ailatlca, 

RAELT DATS 

Prom the earlleat daya. Victoria 
haa attracted Inunlfranta from 
Britain and older cHlaMa from the 
remainder of Canada who came to 
ftpend their decllnlnf yeara. 

Growing alowly but ateadUy from NO P1GUBE8 
1646. when It waa a community of! The large nu 
three of four hundred. Victoria 'coming in la 



iC. ^ humor. to Ood'a handiwork In the 

to ihu articu im mkiu bu ruu. dr«*4 Antcrlca eccmft to be a land of w. 

-h.™. i. 

more a land of ‘‘private enterpiiae.” UNION J^CK WELCOME 

By GAVIN ABTOB In England, there may be a danger x^rtUtoa fw mv wile 

Saving recently returned from a j at the preeent time at getting too . t a t 

•evrfi n>.><iih*' vtttt tt-j the Dnhed (much empha^ti on ~prlTate“ aadTiot me to eet ipot in. Canada for 
te t m and panada with my wUe.ienough on "enterprlae." We muat ^ Vktoria with Ita 

during the courae of which we eprnt not allow the eoniroto and l e at i k - very SngUah atmoapbere provUad a 
an extremely Intereatlng and enjoy- tlona which arc coming to be ac- 'etriklng coolraat to .Beattie, it waa 
able week on Vancouver laland. I cepted aa part of our dally Uvea to good to aae the Unjon Jack flying 
want to aend my coogratulaUonft to fructrale Ua and deadtn the charac- | again, 

*nie Dally Colonist xm thg occaalon tertitlc Brittoh aplrtt of enthusUam. ^Oueen. 
of lu 90th anniveraary. adventure und enterprfae. 

X am glad to have thla opportunity NOTES WOMEN'S POWEB 
M d^riblng eome of . the things , ^ imeraatad to obNrve 

•**“* "^ ,the tnfhwice ««1 power of adv«- 
.h. ^ « American life, fashion, and 

^rhapa the ^ ; buying haWta-parUcularly In the 

\ ^ Women ai; aaaum- 

4 M « increaringly dominant role In 

Sth ““ naunoaLWe. even to the axUnt 

12,^ ^ United,^ purchasing 60 per cent of their 

?*•.** .2^ menfolka- ciothea! And the men 

Ittely Interested to bear from an ' hw. u 

KigUahman what Is really going on i ... .n.4 »k. in 

to England and anxious to get to growth of age and the in- 

knoTH^ii^at^^d^rproW^^^ r^Uonahlp ^ J-jJ-r- 

and dlffemr»cea. 

children watch la maintained 

APPRECIATED PEOPLE throughout Ufe. to another aspect 

Human relations and goodwill play which Interested me. 
aa Important p&r^ In the business | pjae of the things which Impressed 
of Canartlsns end Amerirsne I -me mart in the United States wax 
found that never waa anything too [American engineering. Their bulld- 
murh trouble : that {oiks are only Ings. factorlm. bridges, and land 
too ready to share their knowledge; reclamation schemea and the Ukc 
and that everyone reaUy enjoys arc fabulous. The Boulder Dam and 
making other people enjoy them- Lake Mead, for example, stand out 
aelvea. Apart from buslncas. both In my mind. This mii«i be one of 
my wife and I have learned a lot the raoet remarkable pn>Jecta ever 
about people, friendships, the art of undertaken and completed jjy man. 



I botoiii times and a spurt of Immlgra^ , 
itloo which brou^t the mitober of 
people to llXdO. 

I It took 60 years lo Jump another 
14.000. Thea (be war came, bringing 
I tha greatest cxpanalou In the elty^ 
history. 

A Aood of people wantlag to retire 
I here, pent up for alz years, was 
.iiastocncd. Men In the armad serricas 
! and war workara statlooad here 
> during the war, came back to stay. 
Immigration from England tn- 
[ craased. *rbe city claimed Its share 
In the general movement to the 
I West brought on by the war In both 
Canada and the United Btataa. 

I Although no figures are antlaMc, 

I It to believed that tha comporiUon; 
of the population haa changed 
Igreatly dur^ this period of rapid 
growth. Many Orientals have left' 
for their homeland. Virtually none 
I have Immlgratod here. 



the United 



tYcs, dreams for the 
future of your chil- 
dren, and dreams of 
having money and lei- 
sure to really enjoy life 
can become realities. 



Extension Speaker 



Carefully arranged life insurance 
is the answer. 



■y C. W. MOSIABTT .necevar- to ottxTn the aervVee of 

By windjammer at irrcwular In- “PhllUpa Code" men. tboae who knew 
tarvala from Ban Pranctoco. the telegrapbk shorthand invented 

by the "dot and dash" or Morse ooda. en old Morse operator lo New 
lo the modem 66-words-a-mlnute York. That code still to used by 
teletype machine, coven M yean of old-time pretf telegraphen now In 
The Coionlat’a exUlence In furnish- aervlce either aa operaton or cor- 
ing world-wide newt to Its raaden. 

Occasionally, «ln the early days, a < “ example.^ eending operm- 

large gmount of advertbOhg 1 tor would tranamH "pr" and the re- 
dropped for a day or two when typewrite “praaldenL" 

trading vessel arrived from the' ^ opportunity; "cmxa" elr- 
Ctolden Gate with a budget of news e««*tonoea: "pnpy" plenlpotentlanr. 
from various parU of the world.- It «> «• « »«nt the difference 
brought no protest from advertisers. and 49 to 

for they were as anxloui ae other ^ coverage ran from 

6h00 to tSJKK) words in an clght- 
py " ' hour day. but 6J100 in moat cases. 

41 Many a dgarvtte or pipe waa smoaad 

by the sender or receiver and this 
meant fewer words. Also the send- 
^ AMPi tog operator*! wrtot would tire evary 

^ i ; two or three boon and he would 

1 ^ .meijK '■ *tow up. 

^ fddiUon. The Colonist received 
t ^ _ coverage from Ottawa. Eastern Can- 

X j ada and Great Britain through a 

^ co-operative organisation known as 
I the Western Associated Preaa, with 
headquarters at Winnipeg. Much of 
tOh this coverM* was In skeletonised 
form save wire tolls and the tele- 
graph editor had to hgva a 
grasp of Canadian and international 
affairs to fill out these bulletins te 
make a real sipry. 

Fortunately The (^lontot had 
"Bob" Houston at the telegraph 
desk, a venerable gentleman 
long white beard who read every 

C. r. MO«I*«TT 

_ . Inexhaustible knowledge of world 

VeUran Victoria bureau ahlef of -^ta. He was always able to m eke 
Canadian Frees. ^ column out of a one-para- 

Tktortons to laam of happenings Wh bulleUn to buUd an Intereat- 
abroad, although Ui. n^wS 

In 1916 enterprising Canadian 
' publishers decided they must have a 
Then caiM aa arrangement Domlnlon-wlde wire aervlce, one 
wherriry the CaAad^n Pacific RaU- that would be co-operaUve. sharing 
way obtained righu to distribute themselves. Can- 

AsKxlated Preia news In Western ,4. growing, but It Was r.aH»<l 
Canada. This type of coverage con- that the long stretch of Western 
ttnued. as far as The Colonist was Canada with few pewspaperx meant 
eoncemed. until 1916 when the lata heavy outlay 
J. B. H. Matson, then pMtibtr. d^ y^e Dominion Government eu^ 
elded to have his own direct sendee ^dlsed the newly formed organlm- 
from the BeatUe office of the As- tion for a few years, but. to ke«p 
soclated Proas. The Canadian Press absolutely to- 

Mr. Matson, who also owned The dependent of political partlea, gov- 
Vancouver News • Advertiser, con- ' emments or polltlclana. the pubUah- 
oalved the idea of one wire fumtoh- era relinquished that subsidy after a 
ing world-wide news to both that few years. Today *n»e Canadian 
paper and The Colonist. Preaa to one of the world's great 

Tb Increase the wordage. It waalnews sarvkM. 



Canadians are purchasing life 
insurance from the London Life at 
the rate of over 200 million dollars 
a year. 



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PROP. GEOFFREY ANDREW 
Executive assistant ta pTMldent of 
University of British Columbta, who 
will spe^ to Vktoria Extension 
Association Monday at 6 pm. tn 
Vktoria College - Normal School 
auditorium. Topk of address will 
be "United Nations 1948 Asacrably 
in Review." Prof. Andrew served as 
secretary of WarUme Information 
Board and direct^ Canadian ' In- 
formation Bervke during and after 
war. He was chief of Information 
dlvlalon In Department of External 
Affairs tn Ottawa from February 
to August in 1647. 



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mHm of towlets dewaa noctaf from sotlModc tradiiioMl to tsJMlnl aM»d*rai 
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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTOKIA, B.C, STNOAT. DECEMBER 12. 1948 



Rmsian Lumbermen 
Step Up Production 



PENNY 



By Harry HarnigHm LPL ABNER 



LONDON. Dn;. n «CF). — i I6.5».OOOODO board frr! mor« 
lumbfrln* and wood»orlun« mdua-.ihan the touU ou(pi« of .he lasi 
ir\m are making rapjd Uchnlcal pwwar year. IMO. Nn aaaTnUia am 
iProv^. the Soviet Nea-s Pre.*j going up in the math umbrr-prn>t 
S enict reporu here during area* and nulla oirrrun «>y 

raUng and haulage of timber the Oermaiu are bring rehabilnitid. 
ha^ Wen greatly mechanized New, The veneer induMry also amtsjLT. 
UghCaaigbt electncaj aavrt and re*'aurpaaa Its IMO flgurea by ia‘<n Ta • 
loenUy dealgned tractora for uw In get U nearly 3.MO.OOO board fee*, 
{lumber aUdwaya are important ad> New factoriea are being built m the 
t o^Uia indtistry'a equinmeiu. Karelian taihiiras and in Kotiti. 
The. current IWe-year plarv envia- Novgorod. Kraanoyarvk Bdoloiov and 
• eges eonaiderahJe change in tne g«v- Tjuroen atraa 
graphical dlatribuUon of the lum- t>« — i , . 

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fleulUea and enable greater uae to be-.harpjy and i, speeding up the wori: 
made ^ natural waierwayn. „LmfiiSr.rrof 

Lumber campa are building the-r. (umhure u bring .peedrd and ii,. 

generator! and ateam-run inataila- nearer the foreale 

near fowl arcaa. Sim.ujigimuualy. . dendro-ehemwal 
u being b^mT up, to mami- 

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MARY WORTH’S FAMILY 



Bv Dale Allen 



OUiET, PLEASE/ ALL 
RitWT, JOE... THIS 
IS A TAKE J 



BEST W/5HHS TO TH6 COLONIST 
ON ITS 90 TN- anniversary i y 



BLONDIE 



HURRV,OA6WOODO« Vr KNOW.BLONOIEAMO^"^ 
WE’LL BE UTE FOR THEjlF SOU KEEP iMTERRUPriNG 
90TS« ANNIVERSARY i<ME, I'M UABLE ID CELEBRAFE 
CELEBRAT(ONOfr_V/ THE OCCASION WITH 90 r 
THE DAI L</ — I. curs ON MV FACE 



- ‘N.UfM 



IT ISN'T COMPULSORY 

but Wise Men are doing it! | 



Bv J. Millar Watt 



In our way of life a man ia 
alluweil lo BiaiMge liia own af« 
faita. He can rhooae hit 
job and live where it auita him. 
He can apend hia eamingt to 
any war he plea^ea. He ran aef 
aeide aa mach of hta iocwme aa 



OLP? ' 

LOOK At this- 
VICTOeiA 
^ COLONIST 



WHAT^ rne 

COLONIST _ 

ChOT O, 

TO DC? JsiZ 



WELL ITi* 90V£A|^J 
OLD Tt?DAV>3ND A 
BErrEC RAPEC 
TRAN 



WITH 



the future of hia loved 



. . . .. ooea 

through life inaurance and at 
(lie aame time provide for hta 
own declining yeara. 



Thalia why life iiuuraiir^ia ao 
vital to the erooomic needa hf 
our people. It ia ao adaptable 
it rap lie planned lo the eaaet 
reoiiireoieDta of individuals 
and famiHea under the mnal 
widely varying rirrdn* 
ataneea. ^ A 

Why take the future 
of your loved onea for 
granted? Wiae 

low recently 
have re- 
viewed your 
own life inaur- 
anrenceda?We ^ 

auggeat vou talk it over with i 
repreaeniative of ihe Mamifar 
hirers Life. 



MLTT .AND JEFF 



LIFE’S tIKE THAT 



jbff; weVe been 

RUNNING IN THE 
COLONIST FOR. 
rWENTY-ONE VEAR6. 

. ajzen'tyou 
PROUD p y 



IT? A 6PEAT 
feeling, Murr 
THE COLONIST 



THE NEBBH 



it'?' To fSEMINO ME THAT THE:. 
VICTOI^IA COLONIST 90 YEARS' 

OLD TODAV AND TO A^K IT 

THEEE'?' an OPENING EOR. j 

A GOOD NEWS'BOy. J 



FOLKS, rr WA? 90 VEAK? A<bO TOOAY \ 
THAT THE VICTORIA. COLON 1 9 r 
STARTED PUBLICATION- - THE ^ 
OLPESr NEWSPAPER ON THE ENTIPE 
PACIFIC COA?r 



IS 90 YEARS OLD 
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T. H. Leeming— Branch Manager > 



Chaos in China May See Japai 
Rehuilt as Bulwark to Russia 

WASHINGTON. Dec. 1! <NANA< Ically free, but watciied over cli 
—The growing debacle In China ly from American naval and 
haa greatly strengthened the group baaea—Okmawa. the Philippi 
in the army and navy which haa Saipan and Drobabiv a bajie 



RIP KIRBY By Alex Raymon 

MY MAN DESMOND TELLS ME ThiAT 
TODAY IS THE 90TS1 ANNIVERSARY 
OF THE DAILY COLONIST: CONGRAT- 
ULATIONS TO A FINE NEWSPAPER! 



Susie Q. Smith ♦ 



By Linda and 
Jerry Walter 



HERES MY BOUQUET 
FOR THE 90^ 
birthday t 
CELEBRATION 
OF THE DAILY 
COLONIST. / 



THATS 

JSOME 

NEWS' 

PAPER 



RIPKIPBri 



SUtea eapenditura Ui oecupatlon of Juat aa Prance Utteriy realau! WlUf UUUIl 

Japan and Korea thtt year, ei- everything tending toward natora-' 

^luaive t.f military eoata. wUl be Uon of the old Germany, AuatraUan CCffl Sf Afll O%M0V ai 
about ian.000,000. it haa become apokeaman kn PW Eaaiem councils * ” 

iaereaaingly clear that tbe only have even oojected to creaiioo oI T3iAUTTfadwwhenawo«Mi’sfaea 
way to reduce thla txpendlture la a Japancae police force sufDclent ^ pele-when ber fnahneei 

to make Japan and Korea aelf- to maintain domestic order, Aua. ^ faiUng-hw energy raiw low. Ye^ 
aupportlng. iralia, however. Just now haa joln«l 

Secondly, It b becoming daUv with other untu of the BrIUah Im- yon m^h^vta BotSertiMAmln^ 

more apparent that if the United pire in a new trade agreemaAt wHh a mid ■■imia due to a mmltioaai 

•katea moved out of Japan and Japan, provtdlng aocne taoppoopop deddancy of won. 

Korea Iheoe nation^ would, in their worth of goods in exchange for *Tlw red colb ta yoer blood moy bo 

present oondiUoo. be com e eaiy prey’ Jepaneee producia. ^jre is hope ***^ ^ 

for Ruaela and Communlam. that the Auatraliana win .(cadually *?y ***" 

Bxpericnee hai shown, aay the ..come around te the view that Japan body. Many |rrt|jts**^iTOw-uu miia 



military men. that supplying amis also should be permtttad a limited and ebfldren df ^ ttavn^ tide with 
to Ortantal people without control- military revlvaL , tHr ft T rr i fwIta e ft aa m ia . 

tng thalr uaa ta a dancerooa ex* A similar Imue aa to Europe has 

pefnMJ. IB China (Aft 'Ooo- bem rUnd by the pending pro-; Now leewlaad Yawaf TaWeftt 
muntata have captured large quao- poaala lo adabt Italy to the taohmli BwM Up Your Mud aad Vlaor 
Uttea of Amerlean equipment and defenec Woe in Weeiem xurapa. 

thete hare been rumon that . in Italy obnooaly cannot be of oiuch ^ ^ your color b pier nm oMrgy 
Manchuria whole nattanallot dirl- praetknl uw In that cunnoettan do <Ne se winu H Mood ooadi- 

alocia. American trained and armed. >1 oim aa iIm la governed by the g!”'.* .*• Hemo -take fmaiaN Ycow 
deaertod to the rod banner Trmtv of Pmoe which Hm> iwnMr. f” ^.?^?***f*^-** 



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g~%n gY I ^ tOAOft.080 army and earafainiefe rpollee* 

JnJIlSi ± UX I gfrfl.l. fW adraaced people atlU mtaling mm. and an air force 

^ rv complexly under control and am- tiie mvy. each of not more than 

■pdcaUy. the quamion ta wbeihv tr o— .ceptlhle of betng moulded To «ir;»O.N» mm. 

•MW. iM taMMon M wtieuMr H the Ooveenmem deeidm ttH an ' n^e^ , one Plan now dlaeoietal ta lo «et 

*"***^ *^^*** ^ w m maktng an out- outright property deal the lax eol-> The idea ta that Japan should be Italy into a Weatam defence ^ 
right eale of property to ahifUng his; Icttnr wiU take only » » per eecH| kept petmanenUy under a ecmtrol formed under the a«tb of the 
show m the OninmMa Broadcaailng capHai-gaPta levy ff ifa a’^**Med with other noo-C ommuiBrt , Unitod Hattane. and then aatapi 

SymfltamwMtapniypectlnclhmp- dteulMd payideiN for eervtooa un Z" ** P~u«bta and her defmalve taaki whiefa would 

anm naroat #«r hu - VAPm lof eemeoa up „ap«ny changing from .dtrmft^to nocdmltoto tocre m e la her ftghUnv 

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holders of the Standard OU Com- 
pany ol CaUfomiA vUl recMT* a 
dlridend of one ahare for each >0 
iharci they hold. There wlU tw 
150.197 new aharea Ufued. increaa- 
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OTTAWA, Dec. 11 CW.— Cream- 
ery butter atocks atlU are down 
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CANADIAN 

COLLIERIES 

(DUNSMUIR) LTD 



from Isat yasr. 
tittles reported that hok Un t* De- 
cember 1 totslsd-4f.759.000 pounds, 
afalnat 51910.000 si November I. 
snd 59925900 st December 1 last 
year. ThU y«sr’a totsl Included 1,- 
345.000 pounds of Imported butter. 



Harary 



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Nutirc if hcreUy fiten that ^ 
the Board of Directora have 
today declared a dividend of 
fifteen ceola flSc) per-ahare. 
payable 31et January, 1949. to 
atock of record. ISth January. 
1949, and further, have de- 
clared a dividend of fifteen 
rentt M5c) per thare payable 
30th July, 1949, to atock of 
record ISth July, 1949. 

The Hock remitter of the 
Company will be ctnwd for 
transfers from the close of 
butiniaa on 15th January, 
1949, to the open:np of hu*i- 
neaa oC lat February. 1949, 
and from ISth July. 1949, to 
the openWik of buainesa on 
lat Aufuat, 1949. * 

By Order of the Hoard, 

S. V. ISA.ACSON. 

Serreiary-Treaiurer. 



WiniMiM ): (priiiii 
WINNIPEG. DSC. 11 CP).— De- 
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jfectad deallnsB on the Wlnnlpet 

offerlinf 'vf.Orsln Cxchsnte. snd the tone wsa 
85900.000 essler. Shippers mads modest pur- 
1, Ltd, Iti .cbsaea of osta and barley on the 

redeemable derllne. ITwre were fairly liberal 

alnklnc fund conv^ble preferred otTerinp of rye. which broke rather 
shares st 89596 per share wssjaharply in aympsihy with declines 
made ysstsrdfjr by A. E. Amm A | on the American market. Flax came 
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APPLE JUICE. 

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MINCEMEAT, 

White Ctrnation, jar w I 

COFFEE, Plantation 4 
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SALAPA TEA. QQf 
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DILL PICKLES, 

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SOJfCK ia herrtiy'gtmi that 
an Tftterim Dividend ol 10 
cents per ahare bat been de- 
clared on the paid-up capital 
slock of the Company, payable 
on (He 15th dav of Jinuarr, 
1949, to ahtTTholder* of record 
aa of December 28th, 1948. 

By order of the board. 

RON.ALD H. GRACE, 
Secretary-Treasurer. 



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4TOMATO KETCHUP, 
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EAf ON’S Extend Congratulafions to The Daily Colonist 



faith and courageof itjs founders The Cqlonist has, through 
the years, promoted as well as chronicled this develop- 
ment. May its future bfe as bright as its past! 



The 90 yeors since- The Colonist "Wds first published have 
be en years of tremend ous growth and progress for Victoria 
and fpr British Columbia . . . and maintaining the vision. 



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China teacups and saucers 



Irish Beleek tea ware 



Crystal wine sets 



from 6.00 set Cake plates, bonbons, cheese 
disl)«». 



China tea and dinner ^ets 



Cocktail sets, water sets, snifteri. 



Moorcroft pottery, 



Cry aial- bowls and 

steihware. 



Table mirrors 



Ro>al Wiulon ClunU ware. 



go\crnnicnl alrtct 



Ruffled Cotton Marquisette Curtains 



Buy for Cash! The Thriftiest and Soundest Way 

But If you prefer to spread .your payments over a number of months, take advantage of 



Pin Dot iiul Pencil Dot Patttrnt i(r Extra FuU Widths 



Wide enough to drape double or^ tjripie windows, fullness enough to be used as criss cross. Fresh, trothy dtrt mar- 
quisette curtains l^utifuUy taitored arfd generoualy ruffled. 

65 Inchca wide, 2yi yards long. 85 Inches ^ide, yards kwig. I^ainbpw ribbon trimmed. 67 tiicbet 

* A PTi« 1 A •rr f y»rds long. 



E ATONES Budget Plan Terms 



Furniture, Housefumishings and Certain Other Articles 



Sheer Marquisette Window Curtains 






Celancsc marquisette curtaios. Plain tailored style in warm o>ster shade. 'A quality that will launder well 
.41 Inches F>dc. 2>4 yards long. w as II — . Pti, 



Balance lit 10 Monthly Payments on Purchase of 



Whfn ybu buy on the E.ATON Budget Plan you 
pay the EATON low cash prieSr plus a reasonable 
charge for the accommodatiop. ^ 

—credit oflicea, EATON'S, second floor 



6 Balance in IB Monthly Paymeois on Furchase of- 
75.00 and over. 



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W M H iisyi f A.M. So 1 P.M. 

Ta CaO RATOITS 



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Christmas Music on the Hammond Electric .Organ 



Prom 9 to 9 :30 






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COLONIST SPORTS 



V1CTORL4, BRITISH COLUMBIA, SLI^DAY, DF.CE.MBKR 12, 1948 

Shapely Figure Skaters Emulate Barbara Ann 



NO. 2— MNETY FIRST YEAR 



Detroit Trim* Rangen*. 3-3, Toronto-* 

Tops Bor^lun — Montreal lv0^eH (»ame, Larh 

TMft RT*>o fmi«r * two*«o-' »'"t-pprWl 

a, '• \ w M 'm lCMi>-Uid..Uun MtftU*!) vicioo «iUi 

Id t? « 3 M o ti 47 McondA ol pUy rrmauunc 

t(B !• M I W »1 tl ^ 

■I. 1 I* • U «i i» LtCKY GOAL 

: I I i« IT II 

•ri I ti I 41 «s II BlU Exm^cki fu«l fi'om Juit In- 

:: «<>' 'h' wuf «« « 

•M 'OimUr Fr»i^ Brlmirk vrnt down, 

irua K«1 Wu^ took ov.r the "P P"* 

-«.tun, rolo iTlh, N H U Uut 

L by comm* *rom bomnd to. ^ 

, . wm-hungry New York 

rcr fewnt. &>3. «t DoUoiT while _ 

sn Bruins lost a -Ust-mtnute w 

, . . . ..II,,. The HabttatiCs failed to make the r 

lecmon at Toronto to fall Into . . ... . 

^ ^ ^ . forays count, except for two bUsier- 

u. u .. «. ■ n. .. In* drive* by Maurice Richa-'’ ,oth 

, hl«h-(b,n, C1UD0.0 Block ™ J 

u continued to soar, handln* • , .w _ 

.dim. . cotivlncln, 5-J loctn, ^ , 

^ . Three of Catiadiens rnpules ra- 

__U„ Hodllonl. ,0 mui.dcjdl-"- 

. .. . 1 . ^ . «w. the third period. He lost several 

d Und>ay sparked Red Wln^ 

tTio* . 1 . leeih. faimed and wa.> uken to 

letr triumph with two |uaU and , ^ , ... .w, , . 

JwpUal with a posalble fracturad 

laSPt. He gave Wlttfn an 
aei up a 1-1 Ue-breakln* at- , . 

and nrovided the clirwhi>r tn th» ’ *• RA.\CiKBH J. 



liily Cjigen Put Up Stauneh Battle^ ’ ' 
l.4ile Rally Failft in 4-2*40 Defeat 

Accuracy from the tree-throif | Wrlghi and Re* Ctarkaon acored five 
•trip atood BeatUe Alplnca In good | and four polnu reepeetlvely. (or the 
atead at the Victoria High School ; home idub. a performance matched 
gymnasium last night as they barely i by Roy WilUammo and Jack O'Neill 
eked oat ■ «-etr win over Victoria | for Atplnm. The Vlotorlana were 
YJI.C^. in a thrllUng international ' handled from the bench by Dou* 
baakctbell exhibition. [ Reden. who turned out despite hav- 

Favored to win easily, the Dairy- ing to wear a cast on hli leg alter 
men: had their work out out for , hi 2 ir^^ent operation (or the removal 
them agalnet the ftghtln* aMoclatloniof a cartilage. Both OUle OoM- 
cagera. who Just failed to pull ll!«nUh and Buaber Jackson, the re* 
out of the fire in the dying mo - 1 turning "Y" veteraia, received a Wg 
iiP*nU. The methodical vUltora made ,hen they made their lint 

griod on It nut of It free throws and ' ^ppesranee 

"“i TV -W'Ul >»"> «»'“• .wllklB^ 10 k 

^ . .. , . . buck.ln..n. ih. Tliowr. <or,«l 

Tr,Uio, kl-« , 01 ^ inlo ui, 

ralnow, U» VlcWUn. 1 . «, Ih, n»htii., loci 

b«k lo ««l C OM ot »-M, MW th.- 
Alp. IMC . «.H1 ICO -m. opir . *“'* •? 

few mlnulM Icll. .no Ihm h .0 . “ ““ “ 

p.ck«l houM Jn m ..pioor m . .”’5 ' 

buck.l b, J.ck«,n .no 1.0 (oul, } ^ 

.hou b. Be* Ctarkoon cut Uie m.r- ?!“"* “T 

gin lo w .todl. IteW 10.1 in Ib.,”'^'- *** *" 

WMimi Mcond., •’> 

The first quarter ended all squarw Checking waa closer In the third 
at 13-13 Both clubs kept two men Qtmrter as the Alps extended lh*-ir 
In the bucket with the Dalry«*enil*«l to\ir points. Teadhig Sl-ar 
Slicking lo their lanial methodical •* ^ teams entered the final 
type of ganv and the -Y * ragers P*rtod. The h was .unable 

trying to speed matters up. Rookie to gel a field basket Sk:I counted 



sim e«rt*e— 1 . 'e*t4»< 

S U, I, N»« Lnaltfe • L*ib4-Ba«l«* 

n 37. e**«liMw. Siraart >. t.*«wkS. 

MtrS*BSi. lUBdia/ 

stvoas e«ti«fl ~ a ovirMi. e««*ika 
<eall«-IJaeb«r> a. (3. I t'afS SI 

Sfijbl lO't aaaari t 37 S St* 7*tb. 
(1'raa*ar iXaltiai •• SB; S Ottiall. Mt> 
laseta iqaarbtab*»ai IS SI. r«aaiti*ti 
Mtt I it ailaara. I ml*rtaeHM>. Ia*s. 
tlaSM^. LaataSt 

TWirS ratHiS— ]. btfraa WmssS tasSaw. 
4>tti ia:*a. a Otir*n, lAsUbst la si. 
Ptnaltk* Sltvarl. I.aa>aat Lia4»*r 
IIAH'R.S i. CANAOILNti S 
einl etfl*4»l. (bltaa*. J < taatStr 
<a r*aatStri ' r.eS;* t. t blraaa. (*ae«b* 
<i. (aaaiha«> 'll IJ. 3. ( hlraft. llawtlW 
IliaiSaUai JS |a etaallita. l.s*h BiaSaiS 
Ilf Wiaalta. misMnaSft Mr( bi|. Lay- 
r**, Oae«Sr. 

et«i«4 « 4. thitaia. (oaStbt 
t4»«4«al4S. OlfStati M 4. WaaUtaf. 
Birkare rLatkt I ts. rta^Uj. 4^wtokf. , 
fldre etrtoi — a. -4'klraia'T raCatWr 
I 3e. 7. «4*»l>*al. aubB'S iLaita*. 14. IS. 
PBMtMlBt Bar«r« Ualifan 
LEAFS 1. BOSTON X 
eird ear)B4— I Taraau. Btalltt 
lar ('frttlaai tt. * Tafaala Garmtr 
iTWawa**! t SB raaaltlaa attaltkl. Fla- 
•aa. Marlaaa. SaafarS 
Sataae earlaS— t H«al*a Saaerar# 
14 I7i a. Baala*. Baaty leitta**. Saalibi 
la 37 PtBsItlv*. Marriaaa. Tailat 
TklrU Pati*e— A, Tataata la«M«U 
<Waifaa> IS. IS. Ptaatt? iaaSa 



Harbert Fires 



I In the pratlmlnary battle. Fatijn^ 
■ ]%,€* * ‘Intermediate **A~ club just fMl*(J 

111 .iliami Upen 

^ iloft out. 5^*46. when^V./ finally 
MIAMI. Fix. Dec 11 i»*r -SMel-icauKht them mldwa*- thr/uph the 
vln «Chlcki Herbert. Detroit pro* final quarter and won K^fng awa;;. 
fesAionol. set a course record eight Oordy Bamford was the mkn mainly 
uoder par ttio Uta IH>.€00 MUum respopslWa <or.Jiic, >>tJn dafeab 
open tfoH tournament today bFutjpushtnjg up )S points for the winners, 
■matelir Prank RtrBhahan of 'Ho*. lolne*ups follow' 

>do. Ohio, still led the field with Ealon*i — Mathews 7, Fields 11. 
200 for M hole*. iMInnls 3, Robinson. Bain. B. Clark- 

Harbert's sensational round Ufted|son 6. Lewis 4. Oelsscr 0; Orlffln $. 



gai Brothers 

P .. -i 



MARILYN RUTH TAKE e» • . JEANB MATTHEWS ' 

Following in footsteps ol Barbers Ann Scott, Caiudun. world snd Olympic figure skating chsmpion now turned pro. ere two other pretiy 

young Csnaditta gir^ Mias Tabt former Canadian champico 'irom Xo*onto, has also joined pro raoks aod saade her debut io ica.slmw st New 

York eirlier in month. She ple-'-d second to Mist Scott three times in Csnsds before winning title in 1M7. Miss Msithem is pride of 
Vancouver and Wateern Cana-la J.aTTpion. She was runner-up to Mise Scott in 1948 Dominion title event and probably will be xhe next 



Paddle Crowns 



Canadian champion. 



Victoria's Chinese table tennis 
stars, the Ngal broUien, made a 
clean sweep of the titles In the an* 
nual club tournament of the VIr* , 
torts Table Tennis AssorlaLlon last' 
night at the Crystal Garden. 

Charlie Nagl shared the mixed 
doublm crown with Nancy Craig by 
combining with his partner lo de- 
feat Ab Taylor and Val Dnx-e. 31-17. 
3l*l9 and 31*18. In the first final 
I to be derided. 

I Brothrn Art and Ed (hen added 
(he junior doubles crown to the 
Ngal collection by winning from T 
Honey and C Branson by defauU. 

The only title to escape thq bro- 
'Ihera was the event in which they 
I could not compete — the women's 
singles. Nancy Cral* lifted the 



him from a tie for fifth place atiTbtal 48. 

the halfsray mark to a firm second | KV.’a — Bamford 35. James T, 
with 303 strokes. Herman Barron Wylla 8. Ferrla 6. Allen 0. Peden. 
took third with a 88 today and a Munro 3. Trade 4. TbUl 58. 
total of 308. I 'Alpines— McOregor 1, C. Jorgen* 

Rtranhan. who posted 88's durtnfjren 1. Clements 10. R. Jorgensen 4, 
tfie two opening rounds, shot 34-34 iW'lltlamson 12. Werner 3. O’Neill 13. 
—88 today i Sullivan. -Thompson. Tot4d 43. 

Herman Keiser and Tony Pennal YM.OA. — Clark 10. Dale 4. V. 
had 307>. with each posting parjClarkaon 4. R. Clarkson 8. Mason, 
70>.» Claude Harmon wan alone at Chunrranex. Wright 8. Ooldamlth. 
308 with his 70 today. 'Jackson 5. Baxter 4. Lee. ToUl 10 



McGuvin Cup 



■Sporth FixlurcH 

Today, Tomorrow 

TODAY 

boeeer 

3;15 p.m— McOavIn Cup 
match. Canadian Legion vs. 
Victoria Wests. Bullen Park. 

3:00 pm. — Juvenile. Division 
I, Vfterans of Prance vs. 
Esquimau Meet Market. He)'- 
wood Avenue: Jubilee Phar* 
macy vs. Esquimau A.A., 
Beacon HUl Park; Division II. 
Pacific Meat vs. Sea CadeU. 
Beacon Hill. 

Canadian Feetball 

1:00 pm.— City juvenile 
championship series. Oak Bay 
vs. JBA.A. Windsor Park. 
Roller Hockey 

1:00 pm. — Senior. James 
Bay va. Poul Bay. Stevenson 
Park. 

3.30 pm. - Senior. Civil 
Service va. Oak Bay. Steven- 
son Park. 



Fixtun^s 
Washed Oiii 



Say White Sox 
Seek Colored 
Brooklyn Star 

CHICAOO. Dec II A'. Chlcai 



Reg Clarke, aerretary •( tb« 
VlcUrla and Olstriri Feetball 
League. asuMuneed yeelerday that 
gfwwisd candUlem had caitaed eaa- 
SeUatlew ef yesterday’s eeheduled 
MeGavla Cap eeml-flnal maleh 
between F.squlmaU and Oak Bay 
•ad today’s gaaM between Vtctort* 
Wral and Canadlsa Leglen. The 
Bwtehee will be reacbedaled at a 
later date. 

Other euldeer games waabed eul 
yeaterdey Inetwded the “Rep** trtal 
Ragby match and various /bvrnlle 
soccer asatrbes. 



'3y 



E.S. Shutders 
Down Canucks 
In All Matches 



Faced with Hobson's cholcf. Vlctorlk ratepayers could do lllUe 
else than approve the extra $385,000 said needed to complete the 
Memorial Arena. That they did so without any conerwU plan for 
rompletlon Is proof enough that long-sufTerlng cUlaenry want to 
get the project flnlahed— and soon. 



Rainier .Addition 



TO.MOKROW 

BaaketbalJ I 

At Vletorta High School 
7:00 p.m — Junior women, 
Houhou ra. Esquimau OeoU 
I 00 p m.— Intermediate "B" 
boT*. Chinese Students vs 
K V.-i. 

0 00 pm —Senior "B ' men. 
K V.'s vs. Art Mftalx 



Although completion U still in the vague future, now U the 
time for the maaterm'.nds In charge lo give some thought to an 
arena manager and to start looking for a suitable man for this all- 
important position. If this Item fi^lows the pattern of construction. 



behind to br«( Eddie m Ihe mens Jelhroe. batting in the lesd-off 
singles Anal. 6*31. 14-31, 23-X 31-13. spot for the Rovala. International 
31*15 l,.eaciie champions Usi season, hit 

333 

Stuhldrclirr Re*<i2n.s mtereet 

r - the While Box in xnothrr negro 

MADISON. Wlv, Der, 11 je - pi*yer, PUrher Don Newcorobe. who 
Hairy Biuhldreber reUgnad (ousv ird the IntemsUonal League pitch- 
a.7 the University of Wlsootuirf's eri last aeason with a won-and-lost 
head football coach. The Board of^,«cord of 17-8 for the Rovsls. Oen* 
Regents voted to accept hu raslcnr.- 'eral Manager Frank Lane, who 
tlon as coach but moved to cenUmie would not mind adding Newromba 
him as the unlverslty'a alhlKjc jto hla weak mound ataff. thinks the 
diroctor with no change in Salary. 6500.000 aakln* price too high 



PASADEJNA. Call^ Orf. 11 (CF> 

) United Slate* conteatanu batted 
ilhrlr way to vklory in all matches 
over Canadians tonight to rome< 
: within one win of representing the 
I American sene at the world'a bad- 
minton tournament In England next 
Fvbruan' 

I Dfva Freeman of San Diego, 
i United States champion, downed 
Richard Birch. ’Toeonto. Canadian 
'JDnmhiton ace. 15*4. 15*2. Martin 
Mendex. San Dtego. had a tougher 
time defeaUn* John Samis. Van- 
couver. 15*6. tS-JO. 

In the doubles. Freeman and 
I Wynn Rogers. Arcadia, turoed back 
i Ted Polloek. Coronto. and Roy 
Smith. Woodstock, Que.. 17-1$. Il- 
ls. 18*9 Clinton Stephens. Balti- 
more. Md.. and Robert WlUlama. 

I Niagara Falla. N.Y.. teamed up to 
down Oordon Simpson. MoRlreal. 
and Birch. 16*1. I5-8. 

The same ieaitw meet here to- 
morrow night, with United Btatea 
; playen confident theyll rtune up 
with the rtetory that wlU send them 
to England Winner of five out of 
I the nine matches being played hne 
will' represent the American aone 
Un a Md for the Thomas Cup. and 
the United States tonigbt won the 
first four. 



A.H.I.. 

Cleveland 6. Herahey 6. 

Buffalo 4. Philadelphia 3 
Indianapolis 3. PUUbirgh 1 
8t. LouU 5 Springfield 4 
QUEBEC SENIOR 
Quebec 6 . Boston 1 
Ottawa I: Sherbrooke 3 
O.H.A. RF.NIOR 

Toronto Marlboroa 4. Owen Sound 



It will be left until the lut minute and the post filled with whoever 
la available. 

*1118 latest money vote brtngA the ro*t of the building paxl the 
mllllon-dollar mark and the man In charge of a milUon-dollar en* 
terprlae must necessarily have quallflcatlona which make hU cer- 
vices much sought after. So Irb'a start looking for a capable man- 
ager now. He Is not needed thU Winter but there lUll Is a poul- 
blllty he may be needed next. Therefore It la Important thit a 
capable man Is found and hired by mld-Summer at least. He will 



Frosh Pilcher 
In Yankee Deal 
With St. Louis 



<LCM DREISEWERD 
Ponner Boston Red Sox hurler. 
who wa« purchased yaaterdsy from 
MlnnespnMs Mlll^ by Sea'ttle 
Rainier*. DrclMward formerly tolled 
(or Seattle Manager Sari Shcely 
when Utter iraa field bna at Sacra- 
memo He la third player aeqtUrad 
by Raimen at minor league baseball 
meeUng Earlier they obtained In- 
fleldera Bobby Sturgeon and Jackie 
Albright. Now they're dickering for 
BUI Zubrr. veteran oiajor league 
relief hurler 



dIUon to ensuring smooth operation. After spending so much toj CHICAGO. Dec. ll (^— A New 
creet*the building It would be the height of folly to enlniitlYork Yankeea-W. Ixwl* Bro^v 
manaicnifint to anyone without the proper qvgllfWtltmr mnd ex- ‘ d#gt invah-ffig Ftteherx Ned Oar^r 
pe rlence. ^ or Pred Sanford waa bel(rve<r 

Not only should every effort be made to get the right man. I under conaidaraUon today as the 
but whan he Is fotmd he should be given a reasonable free ttand [ ma)or lei^m jMtherad lor their 
to operate the arena to the best possible advanUge with due 
consideration for the city's youngstert. There li no need for him. 
except on aiatters of policy, to be answerable to every alderman 
or to commlMlons which have already proven their inablUty to get 
things done efficiently. 



HOW THFV bTAND Wmunintier Ro)tls In a Coast 

W L D F A Pi*. Soccer League match. 

SL Andrew* 3 8 8 I 3 1 i It waa the Scoi^' Mcond atralghk 

Nerih Share . 3 1 8 It 5 I 'win In tha second half schedule 
Vancearer CHy 1 1 8 1 3 I |and put them on even rooting wnn 

New Wceimimter 8 18 8 18 North Shore Reds 

VleUrla t ailed 8 t 8 1 • 8 ! With Jackie Jones. We* Hender- 

- - son and Bobby NewboM aU Work* 

VANCOUVER. Dec. 11 (CP). — A1 - ‘mg and big Nick Olover sidelined 
though minus four regulara and because of an Injured ankle, Seol*' 
losing a fifth midwav throuch tha «ana*er Johnny Kastman was 

forced to dip Into his ras e r ve list 
Steve Ooraxio went in at right 
back : Jimmy Oraig. ordinarily a 
right winger, waa dl right half: 
Bus Byferd took ovar at fight wing 
with Oeorge Staai* coming la at 
inside right. Dare Slmpaoo aubbad 
for Newbold In the nata and iumad 
ir. 8 solid fame. 

Walhie* Minigan wisde Ms debut 
84 centre forward fr>r (hr- RorVs 

and was just wnlpeky not te asore 
on aeearal oecaHona. Be ahowad 
adBM alaa tuac h ea and should tn 
a Mg halp to hto club. 



annual Wini« moeilng. j 

BUI Dewitt, vioa-president of thqj 
Browns, said he had talked wtth^ 

Yank c^flelaU at Minneapolis and I 
had a data for a further confer- 1 
ence here. 

’’I’U give you a hint if you ask no| 
more quaatlona.'* he said, “it ‘a a, 
pitcher and tt Isn’t Cliff Fannin. " 

With the elimmatlon of Panntn 
it waxnT hard to put the finger on 
i the detlrublaa. Oarver imprassad 
' : oxwt obatrvan last Summer With a 
[,7-U record for his frathman year. 

' Ha had a low eamed-run mark of 
' 3.41. Fortharmorr. he won’t be 33 
until Chrtstmaa Day. 

I , Sardord. If. is also a right- 
hander but his IMf rerord ahowad 
':$1 defeaU Ha won 13 in hla sacwid 

a recent visitor to this office. The big Indian grappler wants It' full aaaaen in the majota. 
knohn that certain press reports about hU relatlvta cUmWng Intn; ^ yanks snd Browns get to- 

tha ring at a recent show were toeorrecL The Chief fays he baa gather an the pdea and playwrx mum expenam were tamed over to in the awond bout, Rom daapiie 
only one brother and on the night in quesUon. this sole relall(»i|involvadrW will ba tha first ma)or tha Solartum as a special Christmas .^t^g mi tha rough Us the 



Seattle 7. Tacoma 8 



SlircFeda Oiipman 



Another bumper crowd waa on for tha show, seamed to team up on 
hand at tha Bay Street Armoury last Altar Maurlca l^Chappalle 

night to watch the "battle royal" ![“ 

^ ' vicUm. kavtne Varga and Johnaip 

which featured tha wreaUing card fl,j,t It oot on the last bout, 

staged by Proooier Rocky Brooks ifclAughlan tomed Porter for a 
on behalf of tha Queen Alexandra quirk vWUrr Tfi the first Individual 
Solarium. AU proceeds above minl-^ bout, 
t expenaas were tamed ever to' 



BID MrAlIMter playad wuO N^ 
goal for thf leases and had WOa 
ehanea to ata^tha one shot tbgt 
^baaX him. 

TOrNGBTCm SCOUi 



was at homt . . . CongraUilatkina to Raafey B r aaba for' staging the| American League deal of the Win 
Sotarlam benefit show. It lan'i oft8n that profa«lonal promotm^ur meettngi. 

are ao charltabto and Rocky went all the way on this one . . .! 

Nerm Baker has reportedly signed for the profaaalonal aU-stari TUBHET COMPEttnONfi 
organlaed by two Vancouver promoters The club has been formed [ The wom e w el ** - Uplands Ooi 
to play touring basketball clubs such as the Barteaa Glebe 'Trottoa.'ciub win hoM s turkey coapeB 
Kansas CHy Rtara, etc., with the teams dividing gate rtcelpti. The,**"* •*“’ *“ ^ 

promoters plso announce that they hope to lure KHcbia NlehoT^'*^ 

back Into the pro ranks. Bwy Wark. Ken Baya. Alan Maal and Al! .*!**?*" *^ ** 

Aklna, of last year's BalUmgbam flrcreala, and possibly Al Bright-; , ^ 

aaan, playing coach of the SeaUlt entry last year who Is nowt„^ w*w*w 

coaching at Seattle Cellega, are among other cage stars mentioned ^ ^ . 

for the all-stars, who hops to play in Vaaewaver every alUraato' 

Saturday. « *«*i 

OUSSftINO DtPARTIIENT: Cmaadleaa over Chtcago. 

over Toronto and Detroit over Rangers in tonight'! N.BI* games I m boiw. Crvmtn was 1 up at the 
Batting average to daU: M bat dffrKNt Sit. perteotage .6M. |9rth. 



vkjmty of 81 J88db. in a draw. • ™ H 

Tha "batOa royal " ftaiured sU of In the final bout. Varga look the ,2J »P the laal mark. H 

the matawR eurrently perfonntag In ftfst (all with Johnson aquartng . b— 

the Padfle Iforthweet. Tha rtog matters with a surfboanl bold H 

fairly groaned ae the aesteiU went Varga came back with a kg hold ■ 

into action all al once under a lya- to take the deciding faa ^ I 

lem whereby the first pair »lhnln>f In additkm. Brooks antenatned .. P*” 

Sled met m the first two-man bom the tam prior (a thq final bout' duckad 

and the secosM pair In the oest with a dlaplay ol bb lamed m*8t. _ 

beuL with the two a un rtvora amtlng strength. He pomded spikn Into ^ 

In the finale. ^ ' boaid with hU fiat and polled them!®**®**' ^ HAMEM , ^ 

Tn Porter waa the fint to br ant with his teeth: placed an anvil Courtenay waa named after Capt. avr 
film H >a t e d and waa quicUy fMlowtdjon Me ch eat and M a ipeetator' Courtenay, a BrtUah naval ocAerr.'A. U 
traUan ptofalopa l^golf UUr today, py MdLaugblan. Wicked Tony pound It lo Ida haart’a content with, who waa en the Pactfic alatloa frooi Blur 
^ ^satini B^ Cren^ $ op. byftoaa stirred Udiqp up sad was alt B ad g r: sad thm was li ths tty liSS te IMt Oi«r took tts asBH.poaL 
^ ~ ‘ -- J ma r kWI man as BtU Varga and Oos|e< a jdx-man tog-or-wor^artihl^'tron the todma name IComos" three 

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THE DAILY COLOKIST. VICTORIA. B.C SUNDAY, DECEMBER 127 1948 



Police Oieckiiig 



Dog Traek Bookies in Britain 



Phillv Gamblers 



By HHAl'N NcQCIlAjiH I th« reduetkm In the London nrtn 
LONOON. Dec, 11 CP). — £103476*41 i|411.* 

,nclnf boolunekert are not the only [ 407473* U> C67.406.74*. 

, mmnbcn of the •betUoi fMtcmlty | TbU ycnr there U XKithU)* like 
a turn for the worse with < that volume of betUn* and with the 
the current dearth of punters. ' addltloa of the ux booklea ctatm 
IThey ve iMen )obMd by coUeafuea the^ see the wHUn* on the wall. 

I from Brlteln'a doff-racln* tracki. X bocAmaker ualn« the beat lin* 
I There aie 40 per cent fewer book* and paytnc C4* a nl*b( for hla bet- 
dot tracks ynw^ the beUlng tin* Ucenoe rontrlbules £4463 yearly 
: tax waa Iropoaed laat Aufuat. And to «bt Kxebequir. One peylnf the 
the Bookmakers’ Protection Asao- £34 rate la tAxed £3.4*6 and the 
Idailon aayx they were forced out £1) fee Involves a yeerly outlay of 
of business by the itUf fees It eer- £1441. 

.rled « they varied betweaa £6 (134) Bookmakars aajr U.twlca as 
I and £41 a roeetlnf , accordln* to the much a* thay aam. They also say 
; betUns “rlnc'' used. U la Impoaslbla to paaa the ux on 

MUTUEL PLAY DOWN ' to the pubUc, aa eras the Oovem> 

Orryhoupd altenduicea and the tnenl'a int en tion, 
ibeltinc turnover both alumped Isyit In theory It sMould be poas l bl t , 
year as .money became "Ughter.’’] thay 'aay. to adjust betting oddi to 



By CRANTLAND BICE 

Thsreti a certain vxrinn bascbdU.' 
and there are only two ballpUycrs 
now hanging around who have even 
a faint whlsp of a chance to equal ^ 
or beat It. The b ly Oukb’t 
Ufetlmc hitting average of J6T,. 

Here li one of the greatest records 
that aport hga ever known. 

The .967 la high eoough. But when] 
you figure ihlf repreaents 34 years 
of play agiwnit the top pitchers 
from almost three decades, the plc«; 
ture*takaa on added greaineaa. ' 

Tlic two players referred to are I 
Ted Wllhanui of the Red Box and, 

Stan Muala^ of the Cardinals! 

Neither will ever ' last for any 34 ' 

years. But each haa at least a long| ^ _ .... ... ... . 

shot Chance of maeUng the 467, ona-thlrd. 

:a a ^ ‘ " i • _ _ . — 



1 300 bowler and your average drops ’poirerful to ca^Ty haavy wood 
l|o 1*0 OA another aUeyr^ant blame ugbt itlcka: that If you 



OPTICAL. 

illusion 



S.SwANSM 

Bei^pa«^. 



Gift Suggestions 



challenge by hUUng'.lrom .380 to 
4*0 for the remainder of what 
would have to be a miracle career. 
HOR.VBBy KECOND 
You might be Interested iu s«Ject> 
ing the Iradcra from past canip^gua. 
Here they are: 

Ty Cabb. 34 yaars ~ .367. 



ounces are used to cut down acorcs 



GOLF BALLS » GOLF CLUBS 



Seek Entries 



PYNA GLASS PISHING RODS — KEELS 
r TACKLE BOXES 



Please addrtaa all guan as to cartoonist Rlj 
KaiT'York City, N.Y 



Hagers Harnaby. .11 years — ^ 4&f 



BOWLING SHOES — SOCCER SHOES 



SOCCER BALLS 



Harbor Swim 



BiHy lUtnlUati. 11 years ~ 433. DUNFERMUKE. Scotland. Dec. 
Dan Brouthaxa, Ed Dclehaniy. fi <p). — Oodla are cheap in the 
WUlle Keeler, Trie Speaker. Babe ScoUUh Hockey League_Uxla aeaaon 
Rulh lun, lullmw rnn 

V and George Slsler (ollnw In order. 

from 44* to 441. Lou Oehrt* fln- ^ith forwards of almoat 
lahed ar 340. two points behind. *^°rtn* 

V Tad WUUams. today, la aUghUy “nd forgelttog hack-chocking chorea, 
over 450 arHl'an Miilai’s Ufeua; ‘he game in ^tUnd U rapidly be- 
record to date la 445. op« H U in danger 

Tqd WlUiams Is 30 years old and »pl»Hng. 
should have at least seven or eight Doublc-ngure wins are so common 
good years left. The war cut Into rarely ralae more than a whim- 



RUGBY BALLS 

BASKETBALLS 

PUNCHING BAGS 



Entrlea are now being received 
for the 3*th annual Chrlatmaa Day 
swim In the Inner Harbor on 



BOXING CLOVES 






iw. CvffiSvtwU. I ar»>teh«S- Dover XmC. Jester. 

Cejrtteoe. Wet LetrC. WHO auU. 

■icom BAca— 

IIM ItN l«lft|caSrMk tU «0 I 



Company 



I Entry forms may be obtained at 
itbe Crystal Garden and muri be 
4^ turned In by Wednesday, Decem- 
sn ber 32. 

All swimmers wlD be able to use 
facUltka at the CrystaJ Garden be- 
DM D4S Dselfore and after flwfwlnr.''* 



LINES DEPOT 



OPPOSITE COAC 



OuMitero 



j arretcbM; CaSet Dsn. I 
It. If MM tllO’Slea. Minute*, Cr«* FUibi. 

T«w ruGK. 

Juwn to. 

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apnrtr Jsek 



rx'oring is the sruwer. 



Next time you give a horae a 
carrot or a lump of sugar through a 
gate or the bats of a stable door, 
notice how he wlU stretch Ms 
Up between the bars, even tnanng 
ing to take the gift 'wHh the lip e«u 
slnne. 1 

rival of the d^ wh«i horaee had 
trunks. 



Mualal Is only 38 years old and The Scottish scoring record held 
abotdd havl^ ten season^ icfi. His by Vikings ceutreman Randy Bllu 
mark b 345. Both WUUams and of Lindsay, Ont . at IM poTnh In 
Muslal could launch their wiry season 1947-U, is likely to go by the 
frames on batting splurges and flii-.bnardt. 

EUU himself might dV the Uick 
bilk Tvd-lMUred Bud Berutton, right 
winger of Fife Flyers is the favor- 
ite. Already he has taUled 38 8oaU 
and ^ iMlsU In 16 games. Thu 
33-ycar-oId graduate from Kingston 
^Yictorlaa, la Jiis ,l^d aeuoD with 
"iMyrrs. haa'speeV'to burn 

Centre of the Flyers, alow-skating 
been around aa an active pro since Chic kUnn. who formerly turned out 

for St. Chtharlnca Ftleons, and Is 
one of the clasalesi atlck-handlers 



Jim Conacher 



rirTH aatt- 

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Mrs. Hur«t says It is a xOT^*1^^ms>*v 

SIXTH aacc- 
Bar«*re 

vtuir ann 



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Scrsl«a«d;,J^rr Ceticr. Jom Star 
Nutm kAck— 

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*twa a**t lor tbs*. 

ScrsKIwil. Kins Bar. 



hHilng. 



Caadr Kaa« 



acvEKTi aAca— 

Cliailan 

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Jim Conacher of ClUcagu seored 
two goaU and gained .an assist 
against Montreal last night to take 
over the NHX. scoring lead from 



seviNTR aacw^ 

aval amrin 
ear TralB . 



ainiTTii aAcx— 

Mantvlita lUMt 

Ratal Mats 
Oeml 8aaw 
■ata«eh«<l WaUari Oov 

OVERNIGHT ENTRIES 

nasT aAca — bik (uri»n«* 

•Ilk Mkadow II) jo*r B 

•P‘<&Xa 

'Or^ Cbinae «' Luck 
njj,. CbarTba 

Raroii Ooth 

secoND eace 
be- •»««> 

. Rnaiu* 



[Difference 
in Leaf Attack 



( 'Kt7 Champ 



^Tfgmmale Doug Bentley, who was 



aiGHTa RACE— 

PrvUr V«U*y IT SO D M 13 « 

Qyrttta SM XM 

LftnitiB sw 

ecratcbfd TIrtory SoBf. a«*«t C^euaal. 



held polnUesa. 

Former leader Grant Warwick of 
Boston was also kept off the score- 
sheet at Toronto to remain in third 
place, one point behind Bentley and 
one point ahead of another Chicago 
sniper. Roy Conacher, who>dded an 
aastst. 

Oi\ly other marksmen among the 



1*32 when he was with Ban Fran- 
ctscq, and that was 16 years ago. 

He can liave only a few big years In the country, also haa '63 points, 
lell and hla UXeUme average is only EiUs* who scored five goals and 
around .331. _ three assists In a game against Ayr 

So only the Red' Sox and the Raiders, has' upped his total to 43 
Cardinal aces hare any chance to polnia— 23 goals. 30 aaslata. 
mingle with the Cobbs and Homsbya. : — . - 

the Joe ^acksoru and tha BUly « t ^ w « 

. un.,»,‘U.S. Horsemen 

career, or lonker, abova '490. you 

are in the top Social Set of Swat. CaaI Ria 

TWO GREATEST RECORDS . il^CvK 10 OllY 

Ty Cobb art more records than y-u ■ 

an adding machine can handle in a A„cJClgk XfdWsL' 
day. But there ar« two that are xAUSSlC OlOCK 
klmoat unbelievable. The first of i 

bu incredible performances haa al- i SYDNEY, Australia. Dec. 11 CM,— 
ready been named. AttracUv# offers for Australian race- 

Her. « two Wtain* .uoiitU.. h,„ bo,n nude b». United 

2r,?* Wet yr e nd Nep Le)gto «e eyndlcetee loUowIn, 

. ““ U>. eucee— ol Med Au.tr.IUn 

M( hitters of all time. I taw both Tr 

Wagner and Ujoie to the years of Shannon II in CalUomU. 

their prime. Both were masters of Sydney owner J. C. Bendrodl h«s 
the ash. Yet. afier 21 yeaia. Lafetek refused two big offers for hla horse 
all-Ume mark was 438 and Wagner’s Snow Star. Bendrodt considers Snew 
was 42*. Cobb finished 2* potou Star, a four-year-old grey sUlllon. 

above Lajole and SI above the Fly- a better horse than Shannon U. 21 goals behind thrtr last year's 
tog Dutchman. although he haa had very little rac- 

Herea another angle. After 16 or ing. 

17 years, both tsijole and Wagner , other owners have had offers from 
began to lade away from U^eir twin-^He United SUtes. but few of them 
peaks. aBuI. after Cobb had com- | 
pleted 30 years, hla batting averagM 
for the laat four years were; 478. 

43*. 497 and 423— the last mxrk * 
waa to Cobbs 34th campaign. At ‘ 
the end of 20 years. Cobb's mark 
waa around 472. t> 

13 OUT OF 11 ‘ 

Cobb's other high mark waa Just | ^ 
aa amaaing. Hans Wagner led the n 
N ational League In batting through ! 
eight seasons. Hornsby led his ' 
league seven ttmea. But. from 1*07 ' 
through 1019, Ty Cebb M the ' 

American League in 13 out of 19 ' 
years. He led nine consecutive 
rears, was finally stopped by Trls ' 

Speaker to 1818 and then came back ' 
to the front to 1817, 1818 and 1818. 

In 1823. Just 17 yean after ’ he ! 
repAtsd to Detroit, Cobb made his 
final challenge. He batted .401 that ' 
year, but George Siaier's * ,430 wu 
mon than the veteran oould match. ' 

Clwefc back and you’ll ftod few 
ball players aUU around after 17 
major leagtw yean. To find one ' 
good enough to paaa .400 la some- i 
Uitof eise again. 

There ark a few records that will 
not be broken that anyoM now 
living wllUcver know about. 

One D Baba Ruth'e output of 714 
home runs. The othrt Is Cy Ynung s 
pitching record ofjMO big league 
vtotoiiea. The other two belong to 
Ty Cobb: 4g7 tor 34 years— leading 
the -American League lb 13 oat ol 
II oaosecutlve aeeaone. 

(RalMSse Sy <AH»rHeaa Wa*isa>w 



lie Om. MrManu* 

11) Binnieif Bob 
II) Barby Uoa 
11) Bonnl* Bar . 
lie Blor flat 
111 Hitn rtauUn 
SkX (urlonn: 
m Abanra* 

. Ill Tm Km Baa . 

Rti<!« Prllo* III IBar Pool 

'RalihvtDkIa . IM Atam Bmb 

Lucky rt*v IM tAIIor — 

BbOTt Btacb 111 'BBtrr. 

'BrrbUAttc# wlM IBnUr. 

TBian BACx— aia tarioA**- 

Pbuiui rreei* in •Bacteaone 

Pcrannal MT Bambootla 

Biaaer B m Briu pint 

Roeihn P1*a . 117 Camba* 

BrtSal Balt* . lit Local Ladr 

Xatia PIvaaa . II) Marina 

Tm( WMtila iei <BuiaiMl . .. 

Banod Wind 117 *XMtrr 

Tarra MaUrba It) 

POt aTH BACWMIla. and 70 rar.da 
Oana S 111 Carma VIciarr 

Hanr Cblnat IN AtaU 

PacnimA Btlla IC7 Bui PoU* 

Candr Bab lin Hatlvr Po« 

Daaatt Ladr 103 Rad Kir 

Baa Olarr IM Tavarnton 

rirra lUCX— MII c and ie yard*; 
TiBbarboaa lOt Boar Pony 

■Ir AsOBl ■ IN Contaly 
Xon 114 Pura Chanra . 

UlUa OtlSBO* III MulllfaUniMV' 114 

Tarek War 111 Bhawmlta 107 

Bata Cai^nMt JH Ral Bale 114 

SIXTH BACX— hli fansen' 
tSha All IM InvatUSAUM IIS 

Otaradlln 117 HondaiH Alibi IIS 

WlnaHIa It) Phitwl 117 

Pira Pllibt — An naUary Jit 

Btaaio* IM Paml'.r Hour lOA 

Sirolthi Am IM Pronlad 11) 

Mr Buictila IM 

RXTg!rtll BACfi gl» fufUasa: 
eunooB 117 CMid iota iti 

War Mao 114 Bii Tns 111 

Bachanma . IM tjada O . .. lit 

B«»#r Bombar 110 TBntry. 

tpaeOlr Clrtla ID 

ROHTH BACB— Mila aod ana-alehtta- 
Bmbaro BHsal 117 <Ca»uln Porry 114 

Boa Botandar . Ill Ban Actor IN 

vTInbar Bboat . 114 PaanI 117 

Vain Plonar 117 Dla»oa 117 

Dark Moon IN Jual Oowle )M 

ntoair 114 iBniry. 

Pint saot. 1) n. 



GRAND GIFT ITEMS 



iii New Infielder, 

111 ' ' 

iii Donovan, 

11) • 

'" Bought by Caps 

jjjl VANCOUVER, Dec. 11 CF).— Bob 
Brosm. genersl manager of the 
J|T Vancouver CapUanoa of the Vesi- 
107 ^em InlematlonaJ Baseball League, 
.today retorted from Mlnneapolia he 
‘haa acquired the servlcei of Maury 
ill Donovan, baseman and outffelder. 
IIJ Donovan starred with the 1*43 
too pennant-winning Capa and later 
with Tacoma Tigers. 



leaders to show a gain was Boston’s 
Eddie Sandford. who seored once R> 
gain a sixth-place tie vrtth Team- 
mate Pete Bataando. 

Leaden follow; 



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B«da*r. Cblrata . 
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ITm Japanese have ssivsged 880 
lunken vpsmIs. aggregaUng 317486 
tons, during the three yean since 
the end of war. 



Laat year be 
in played with Denver In the Class A 
Western League. 



SU Cerwiereet Se.— 14177 1t28 Veecswvtr Sf.^ 1211 

DUNCAN AUTO MITAL W08KS. DUNCAN 



H-war the se cond purchase by 
Brown this week. On *thunuUy he 



SuCCFANfu) Pilot 



■VtW BATXt NOW IN aiTBCT 

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tS r*r* U Sarva Too 
INI Cka«. aadaaa aad Cyeeoa 
NO OtPOtJT BS410IBXB 
BaotnilUoa BHtI 
Oaaaramaal a*S WbaH euoaii 



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Botrl Gamp Dratcn 

LODI. Calif., Dw. It <4^. — In a 
display of raxile - dasxle footbail, 
the College of Pacific and Hardln- 
Blmmom Unlveralty fought to a 
38-99 Stand-off before 13*00 spec- 
tators in the aaoond annual Orape 
Bowl football gams here today. 

C. of P.. brtitnd 31-0 at the half 
•urged back for five second-half 
scores snd was bn the one-foot line 
when the game ended. 



uvuovmun 



ATTENTION . . . 

Boat Owners 



WB ARK HBADQUARTKRI FOR 

OUTBOARD AND 
INBOARD SALES 
AND SERVICE 



AGIICK-UPiscliMiHrtlieiieSWASH-UPI 



PARTS IN STOCK FOR 
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HE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C.. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1I>48 



Mills Ordered 



Fullback Cains Ground by Skirting Forwards 



surance 



In Damage Suit 



l*sun< the Tut put 



th* “Arenue' 
juu u wfll u their opponent#. w 

HIBKRMAS l>RAH “ 'VAftiC atfO Ow ScoU 

la the ScottUh LcAcue UiYUion enui. 1811 14:AGIE 
“A.** HibtrrtiAn held PallUrk to .a oi\iuo> 

drmir And cluni to leederehip In the w T 

■ . . U*rbT OHM>(r i» • 

dlrUlOQ. KrvuMK It 1 

E«t IV» 10.1. «.«. to Hr.rl ^ CK!r"'l’ 0 U- T ? 
Midlothian and now tharr third 6<i»kr cur le » 
place with Dundee and 8t. Mirren 
Rangers climbed into second place 
with A 4-1 Tktory over Morton. 

in DlvUion “B * DunfeojUine A 
ietlc remained on top. blank 
AUoa Alhleuc. i-0. St. Johittl 



Dec. 11 iReuterif 



rordtHg to. U*m }4aUt.nal 
AAMiciaiton and tlte Brliuh Roard 
ot B*aing Cuutrul 
Abe Uieene. NBA ci.»nuiUahtuuei, 
fiiinc'Utired la#! night .support by the 
?» BrtUxlj group o( the NBA* con« 
S letiMon that Uie pair alunild ngliC 
** in thp cauntrj lor IV Tournanreni 
of Champions. 

r. Oreem nakI Ted Broadnbb Milb* 
^ nmiiager. Itad tried to hedge on a 
J7 t^bal" agreenirhl calling for the 
y right under the T(,>urnajurnt oC 
C'hampioit' aippur^ 

Tlvejr mere u> ha\e fought on the 
>uune card a* Tony Zair and Marcel 
V» Cerdan ahen the Preitchman aim 
jT the middleveigUi croan but Milla 
i« «a* unable to appear b^au*e of a 
•• back iniurr, 



TORONTO, Dec. ll Oaye 

•tewart, Chkagu Black Hawk, 

winger ordered io pay 11300 coats 
to a spectator injured by a *Uek 
during a National Hockey League 
game at Maple Traf Oardena, won t 
hare lo'**TJg 7 out a nickel." It was 
announced today. The public Ua- 
blUty Insurance carrtad by the Oar- 
dens will look after payment. 

W. A. n. MacBiien. chalrmim of 
tlie Oardens board, announcing the 
dccIsKin. said there was "no prece- 
dent for the case that we've ever 
run into." 

The Ontario CuurS of Appeal 
Tltursday ordered Stewart to pay 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Payne of 
Toronto for injuries suffered during 
a melee at the boards involving 
Btcwsrt. at that time a Leaf player, 
and Chicago Defenceman Johnny 
MarluccJ 

Mrs. Payne, who suffered a broken 
when struck by a stick, was 
awarded ti.2M and her husband 
$350 and costa for medical expenses 

Managing Director Conny Btnythe 
Mid rail -seat subsertbera at the 
Oardeiu lutd teen questioned about 
Uir advisability of surrounding the 



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V*«r half 
taiaetS. Wvtl 

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•-Celvnltl fheis 

FuUteck here has come up to receive opponent's trick, and after fielding ball, taw opportunity to skirt 
around onruthing forwards. This puis him In position to get, hie own kick away or atari three-quarter run. 
Understanding with memhert of Ihree-Iinc it that one three will fall back to cover up (or fullback while 
-lia ia lanspoearil y -out al poaition. Neta -^eopar holding of-ba)l. under arm fanhea* from woirid-betaeblere.- 



•ntire area wiU». unbreakable glasi 
and the majority of patrons re 



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Versatile Fullbaek Becomes Threat 
On Ofleiiee Through Own Initiative 



Jocted IL 






second place. 



THian DIVISION >oaTNsav 
Arrrtnstsn 1 HrUsU Dtiiird 3 

IRISH LCAGl'E 
fUM.fbr 3 aslIrntrt.B UciirS 3 
mrtoriTlIto 3. Artft 3 * 

CUIvainc t. Unhrid 1 
DertT Ciir 4 Be.lstt C»lU< 3 
rt|iUH»TT 3. OltnsviMi 0 
eort«4o«n 1. Oicniarsn 4 
SCITTISH LEAGI'E 
DIVISION 

Ab*rd*«n 1. QuMn «t th» Aouib 3 

c!«d* 1 . Atttvr n«««t« a 

fslkirk 1. fllbermst) t 

HMfii t bmi nt* e 
M*ih«rv*)l e, Oundt* 3 
Itafiesri t Moneo I. 

St Mtrrrn 1. rcitii' I 



In Football Cup fixtures, hard- 
fighting Lej'tunstone went down be- 
fore Newport County, 4-J. In s 
tough orertlmr game. Waltham- 
stow Avenue and Oldham tied, ?-3, 



It's got to l)e 
a British 
car for quality 

engineering 



r*«ch fuMsWU t»rse* »r tat \t«uru 
'’$•*" Iran r«r«irr|» ••• *t anM«k 

* - »alMiadlBi K«(Sr Mari. ka« 
d*all •Ilk rvtrr paaltlaa aa Ik* A*M. 
#t**sl talika'k, !■ s^vlaiM artlal**- 
TmtSf’l ~Ti«TSnM*nl I* Sr*at*e *«>ttr*lr 
U tk* alar •! >b* tallSach aM *— taliw 
»aer kaal* *al*» l*f slailat >S* a*«lU*« 
M v**! M *•■!• snail*, «kl(b. 

• **««Md I* Ik* |»r«k** ■***•**. «<ll 
■lark Ik* slai*4 a* a s*li*k*e **H*r«k*r. 
aM a« a*a*t l« kl* Itaaa. 



Rainiers Add 
New Infielder 



perhaps the ability to take up the his kick. In other words, it ia beltek 
proper place at the correct moment, to find touch with a short kick 
PREC AVTIONABV MOVE ^ Indiscriminately 

The fuUback wUI find it difficult *”*;•"* 

at first to know exactly where to LLBACR S rHA.SCE 

.aund in the etecuUon of the dif- Another form of indiscriminate 
ferasa play* UiaL (aU to hW than fre^uenUx pracU*ed by the. 

Until thU knowledge U gained he inexperienced player should also be 
, will do well to remember that It avoided. It Is kicking 

K~ T w ier ito ck . AJUmigh It ha* been left di uiAnltrly leas dangerous for him immediately after fielding the* ball 
1 . »i. IK. unUI the last it must not be Uken u> be too far back than too fir advanuge would derive from ' 

that the fullback portion U the forward. running forward a Uttle before 

i. ksTm lwt important. Usually the full- Another esacniial requirwnent js ■o- 

•U» me- ^back plays somewhat of a lone hand accuracy in fielding the ball and- The fullback apwuUxaJa not by. 
MMi MO »•». * a* defensive operation*' am jn tlfls fie will find the advice Just any «««•»»» ^ defensive 

i a Iconcemed. However, one of the given very useful. Running bark P>*m.be once used to be. Hr finds 

r*lal7 R 3*3 A three-quarVn. generally a oentre. to catrh a ball I* fidt only more dll- »nany opportunities in atlsclu. If 

IM»«rSi* n mcMtason. Ml. w ’should always take the precaution- flcult than going forward to meet U. fuUback has any initiative at 
0 »„.. *M Vy measure of placing himself to but precludes the quick mhI accurate ^ *omeiimes has splendid op- 

*“?li7.«^T»ilrk*t *.w'itokb..*o*.!fow any error committed by the Peking to touch which plays such portoinltles of leaving the old rouUne 
• HuUor*. Ml. a a*»a. «*• »• u«»- ' fullback. , big part In the fullback s gairie-*"? opening up a new line of Ips 

’lAM.****^ ' * I Th* fullback la the last line of Actually the best catch that this 

chtiaimsi CTsts *!’* » on tv* 'defence and therefore Important, player can effect Is when meeting ^ sometimes. I don't say often. 

rr*u a uak*rt H R*ik. Ml. o j*o*«.iThe ejwenllal qualifications are the ball at something approaching possibte for the fullback to get 
fi». a. TJioT*Mft*oo, M* u obtf*. ♦M.Jflejbing, Ucklng. tackling, pluck top speed. In thb way he can often ^be forwards who arc charg- 

**** * ' *”d speed. The requirement# neces- pitet several opponents before taking down on him, and start an 

33. IK. «30 3.JK. , K- N * atucklng movement with his three- 

NO BOI NIE 

It is an unpardonable fault lor VERSATILITY 

the fullback to allow the ball to ‘ **• 

bounce before fielding It. Not onW be. reckoned as part of the au.ckmg 
does the Uttle extra lime required not only 

for this permit his opponents L. 

get into closer touch wltlt him. but '^Vible him to do Uiese thlnj^ he 

■ . , . . must be more than a mere fullback. 

“i r kT' should b. . .ruined three-qu.r«r 

m, into ^.»lon ot the b.n . ct.o .Me u. pl.y In the «=rum. 

u..,' u"" 1 *» l«'"« >" >»« 

There 1,-mtle reh.nce to be pUred , ^ ^ 

on the direction th.t the b.llJdU , „„ 

lake after meeting the ground and , fullback. Don't te dtt- 

It la far more certain that It will heartened If It does not come off 
act contrary to expectations than twice, fmd out b> expert- 

,ln harmony with them. something from etch 

Accuracy in kicking to another t,uure. Think out why It did not 
quality that the fullback cannot succeed, and don't make the same 
afford to be without, and his kick- mistake again, 
mg should be done equally well To the fullback comes numerous 
,wlth both feel. So much kicking openings for s drop at goal. By 
to touch enters into the fullbacks virtue of his position it is usuglly 
play, and so often has he to act made from a longer dtotsnce. but 
on the instant, that any weakness 4 ^ compensate lor thU he U almcwt 



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of pemmi unabit to nnall ptnk *bi* to v*ry pui<c»44t .«dr4-i. 

bsHAA but «iU] tnUr«l7 oormal aan> Othora an "Wind* to tha odon of 



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Thf mo*t imporunt export of 
Bult&rla Is tobacco leaf. 

Ppr moat paopto Utart It febaohiuty The praam erldcoca Indkmtea 

no dlffarcnet batwa ao the two. thla delect ta pajaad oi> anUrcty OTKAN H AVE VELOCITY 

*nwT« also are rapotta of paraona through tha female Una of daa cam . . The apparatti iipctd of an 

wtth a Qwlta Bctita am^l for However, tt affacta both mala and oaean wave u about 27 toilet an 

odon who ara completely un> female children In an-aqual dagTca. hour. 



Poet'a Pub 



Canadian Listeners to Hear 
Boston Pops, Robert Merrill 



Glimmer 

andShimmer 

Hollywood 



In picture from 

Mary Jane Wardb baauiellinc novel. 

;*rhe Bn^a PK.* Oarryl P. Zoiiuak 
boea again haa ignored tJUatiog 
taboQB by tachltpg t aubjact that 
until DoaiJiaa bean dlacuaaed only in 
wtiUpen 

"The Iteiake Pit.'* tracea^^^ Inaid* 
toua forcca that lead to-a womao'a 
breakdown and brlnga to the 

for _lhe flr»t Umc. an hona&t ati*l . Robert MerrtU, famotia alnging 

"T? ot Arthur Fiedler, noted conduc- ‘ 

tide, a hoaplial where a aurceaful tor and thT^Busum Pope Orchhitxa ’ *''A- 
bttempt ta made to rev tore the aiV traratng up to pri^ucP a new . 
month with eleven future Arat*run| yictun to Iwr normal place tnaociety all*rouilc radio ahow that la going 
faaturea bringing a gaiaxy of nONEERB AO.MN 
BrliaUt'a top takril to thr-aeti dally f Zanuck. in br 
One of BrUaln'a moat popular , alory to the act 
acton. John Milli, la completing 
-The Hlatory of Mr. Polly - In thU ‘ 
film venlon of the popular H O .waa My Valley." 

WalU novel, lifUU R both atar and;cldeni." "The C 
producer. •“The Iron Curti 

..lop Autumn comedy enlerpriaea Ui man s Agreemen 
-Cardboard Cavalier. " In which 8td Zanuck devote 
Field. "Britaln'a Bob Hope.- pUyt ulou» _ca^ to Uw 
oppoatte the number one woman for the picture 
aiAr. HargWMt Lockwoods 11^ a hll* minor rolea wer 

ataodlng actora. 



This Wr«k’i Radio 



WABHINOTOH. Dec. 11 (NAHM. 
—Borne iolka cant amen a akunk. 

7^ “amell bUndnem” U heredi- 
tary and aomewhat Ube color 
blind naaa. 

A report baaed on teala of jftetu 



new atyle which they hope achlevea | uua Jamaa uaa a lilting aoprano aubjecta were aaked to anlff 

program continuity and Ualener In- voice which haa drawn acclaim from ,* bottle containing a aoluilon of 
lereai from beglnautg to end. critlca"wfio have heard her on the butyl mercaptan, whoae odor la very 

coaat-to*coaat network prugranfii. |floaa to that of a akunk. and which 

B .She haa appeared with the To.|“ »«nr penetraUng and dlaagreeable 

ronlo Symphony Orchealra. * the |to P««»» AU were atudent* 
famed Mendlriaohn Choir and Cana- *hd rrlatlvea of atudantg living In 
dian Bruadcaailng Corporation u ^ the neighborhood, 
fiololat on several nalloiial progranu. *NO SENSE OP SMELL 
She iraa aRo commteloned to sing ' Some, ' It waa found, had eaeen- 
beforfe King Oeorge VI and Queen uaUy no aenae of ameU. Othera 
EUxabeth during the Royal vialt could not detect the akunk odor 
in regardlcH 'cl the atrength of the 

H.nr,l. W .l»ul . *“<* 

man 'a fear of retribution TorTiIg' 
cnMliy, "The Maater Builder.*’ wUl 
be this week’a SUge 40 preaenUUon. 

U haa been adapted for radio by 
Lrn Peterson. CanatUan playwright 
whoae dialogue haa a flowing qukUty 
similar to that which ranka Ibaen apparenUy they follow complex pa*- 1 
aa one of the theatrea moil poetic t«m* because in many cases parrnia ' 
and original wriiera. did not show the tame deHMenry 

Many crtttc.s think "Tlie Master ' FoUovrlnt the butyl mercaptan ' 
Builder." written In Ibaena maturity. teaLi those showing a amell defk- 1 - 
.rePreaenU the height of hB genTus. |«ncy were tea led with vaidlla n> 
Hie new team Is coiuidered a Of a mystic nature. It aymbollxes tract.oUofclovcs.tarandthefouJ- 
natural- for preaeiiuilon of . the the conflict between man s «m- unelllng hydrogen sulphide. In each 
Wide variety of music to be heard, aclencg and hla greed and polnia ^ ascartainad that the dg- 
T\e Boston Pops, under Arthur out some of the eviU which Ibaen Iq ^uy 

Pledler. holds a solid reputation for ' felt were eaUng society. ^ after birth 

outatanding performancei of both • • • 

claaaical and light music and Robert ' Thestory of the 122,000,000 hydro- 'STRANGE DIPFERENfEH 
Merrill ' la an aaiabbshed favorite power project at Bridge Sometimes, the report aayt. this 



the chemical only with very atrong 



concentrations. 



"Comedy Specials" _ls the title of 
the new grrles of aU two-reel 
comedies to be made thU season 
by R K.O. Radio, according to Harry 
Michalaon. short subject sales 
manager. 

AddUiona to the comedy star 
roster will be Wally BroWh and Jack 
Kirkwood, with other new talent 
promised- Pirat of the "Specials." 
la "ConteafCrazy." starring the late 
Edgar Kituiedy. Brown and Kirk- 
wood will atar in the second subject 
tenUllvely tilled “Heart Troubles- 



radio audteiicea. 



MAaa atavaNs ^ 

arkAja InterprAution of hiatory'a> 
much lovad BeJi Uvyiuie* | 

SIMMONS' COMEDY 
In Ita aecund week of shooting la 
a modern light comedy. ‘ Adam imd 
Bvalyn." which givea Jean Simmons 
a pleasant change of pac- alter per 
prlae winning role of Ophelia In 
Laurence Olivier's "Hamlet " *riie 
other half of the romantic 
Interest la Stewart Oranger and 
this marks the first time these two 
popular Rank, stars liave baen a 
team. 

'' AwalUhg Mim Lockwood's ttnal 
Bcanes in "Ckrdboard Cavalier.' 
producer Richard Walnwright is 
all set to have her begin Charles' 
Bennett's ‘ Madness of the Heart ' 
At the aame time George Brown U 
starting "The Chlltern Hundre<ls'‘ 
with David Tomllaon and A. B ' 
Malhew.s. John Paddy Carstalra 
wlU direct the W Douglas Home 
novel. , . j 

Patricia Ro^. now in Paris With 
rti* Pranchol Tone Company oiak- j 
ing The Ma in the Eiffel Tower," i 
is due back this month to sUr in' 
Rank’s nimlsatlon of the currenll 
London stage hit. ' "The Perfect! 
Woman." j 

LOCKWOOD BtSY 
The ever busy Margaret Lockwood , 
vrtU have to catch up with the 
"EUeabeih of Austria" eomr nyj 
making preliminary scenes as soon, 
as -Madness of the Heart" U 
finished. { 

On another comer of the vast 
Denham lot. and uUiinnf the re- 
cently "Independent frame" tech- 
nique. J- Arthur Rank's AquUU 
Productions unit U ahooUng four 
separate first features simultan- 
eousiy. 

-Warning to Wantons," with Sonia 
Holm. ‘•Ploodilde." . With Gordon 
Jackson and Rona Anderson; "Stop 
Press Girl." starring Sally Ann 
Howe.s and Jimmy Hanley, and the 



Wherever hoote for you this Christmas . . . 
it‘s onif hours away by and yo^u can get there swiftly, 

easily, comfortably when you fly 

with T.C.A. to any point on this great continent^ 
Fly T.C.A. and spend your time there — not in "getting 
there" • • . cost of air travel is surprisingly reasonable. 



Esquimau branch of (he Cana- 
dian Legion will hold ita regular 
monthly meeting Wednesday at 8 
p.m., in the Branch Hall. 822 Ad- 
mirals Road. ‘The executive will 
meet Tuesday In the hall at 8 pm 
President CIlfT Madill has aw- 



Phone Beacon 5i4l — 916 Government Street 
or Your Travel Agent 



and ages should be handed* in at 
onre In order to avoid disappoint- 
ment The LadieA' 



OLIVIA DC HAYILLAN'O 

TRird subject, sA yet uncast. b 
"*The Newlyweds " Fourth wiU team 
Brown and Kirkwood * Fifth ^11 
deal with the newlyweds. Sixth is 
to be announced 
Brown appeared for RJL.O. Radio 
as co-star of the Browil-Camey 
feature comedies He has since 



Auxiliary is 
working with the branch’ in com- 
pleting all deUlLs. 

A New Year's Eve party will be 
held at the branch. 



TRANS-CAHADA 



Richard Gaines and Katherine 
Emery, two of Hollywood's Atu'st 
character player?, will be united on 
Uie screen as husband and wife for 
their newest RK.O. Radio aaslgn- 
ment. They hare been signed for 
lop role.8 In "Sam Wynne." an un- 
usual suspense dri^. starring Jeff- 
rey Lvmi Slid Martha Scott which 
Will Price Will direct 
MORGAN I.V CAST 
AIm> added to J^ie cast In the role 
of an "offbeat" detective Is Henry 
MorgAn. versatile young character 
actor whoae portrayals have bright- 
ened such recent h1l-» a.« The Saxon 
Charm" and "Race Street " 

‘Sam Wynne'' Is a modem melo- 
drama with Beverly HlUa as lU 
, background It was adapt'd bv 
Lillie Haywa.d for the novel by J H 
' Wants, author of "Woman' In the 
I v;indow." 



and members 
must make rrservationA early, os 
space la limited. An orehestra 



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VANCOUVER. Dec 11 ««.- 

Mayor-elect Charles Thompson leR 
by train tonight for Ottawa where, 
he reported, he will testify in the 
current freight rates hearing before 
the Board of Transport Commla- 
sloncn. 






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Tbr **A40” Devon 4-door and Dorset 2-door give 
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Htseb a ia a d ng aaringa — both on original coat and 
. upkeeps are one asMwer to runaway inflabon. 
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Campbell River to Have^^Sl^o^^ 
Memorial Youth Centre, 



-Sr‘^L.'Board Reduces 



.1 iraMin iiiwlic be that childrra 



w*rt ‘*bcln| Racked like tftrdiiiM* 
into th« rUmreoDS. Thorv had beev 
an Incrra** of cwarlsr MO In ctao 
ntfBbfr ol chUdren atleodlnc 
trirt •ehools. 

The br«rd't ftnanclal tUtemenl 
thoaed that rrcelpta for th« year 
were S377.S35 and dutunarmrou, 
Am Includlhf b)’>U» money, wera 
$300 OM to date. Barrtnf unforr* 
Keen rlrcunutancca. Mrs. Hum said« 
the board would cocoplctc the year 
within lU budget. 



Vancouver Island News 



PORT ALBERNI. Uac ll-»* 
•plt« the riilni ooai of ail com* 
modltlN used in echooU and a 
general Imreaee In staff salariea, 
the per pupil coat of education in 
Albeml Bebool Olairlct No. 70 Is 
down this year, ratepayers were 
adrlaed at the board's annual 
meeting. 

Trustee Mri D. M Hunt said 
the per pupil eost in IMS was $13376, 
about fL3 lower than 



' CAMPBBlli RiyiCR, Dec. U.-^. the afobItUw ^ yet' 

Piarj arc beiz^goade to renew tba, attempted locally, but with anthu* 
.»iwi p>igfi raiM funda for Camp- alaatlc luppon it will be succeaafuL 
Pell Rivar’a propoted Memorial The itrurcnre. when compl e ted. 
Youth lUcraatloo Oentre. Word will be a laating memorial lo tboae 

that the oampaign ia to be clgor-/^ ^ ^ V* 

ously puTiUtd has proeep of forward -by the 

inuraat locally. proponentt of ^ 

^ - . . . _ the Canadian Legion— «od wUI be 

Already offers of to by the present directors 

Who repreMOt moat of the local 

Btore has donated a huge Christ- j 
mas stocking which wUl ba raffled, ^‘W»*tiona. 
and proceeds will go toward the ThuUn has been choean 

campaign Plans are under way P*weUlenl of the Memorial Centre 
to stage a oonteat with such priiee i A*w>cUUon. with Gordon Hulme. 
as a car. light deUvery truck, re-^"CTe***7. end Melvin Halgh. treas- 
frigerator and many smaller liema The board of directors oon- 

There seems to be no doubt in *»' Herbert Hiquebran. John 
the minds of the dtlaens that the Duncan MaralwU. Ales 

need for such a centre Is urgent ' ^Uan McLean, Carl O. 

snd IS Ukslv to become more acuu Thuito Cyril Travalt. 



From Colofit^t Gsrrctpnnffrn' 



Qualicum Unit 
To Visit Port 



SIuhHh Cougar 

COBBIJ; HILL. X>K 1.. — A DU 



last year 

An invltatlOB has baen racelvad by There are 3J4$ pupils In the district, cougar weighing 17$ pounds aas 
the Qualicum Beach Branch of the When asked by Msyor L. K shot by ‘ntomas Boyles of CobbU 
Canadian Legteas from the Port Jordan of Port Albeml how she Hill wlule hunting near Jordan 
Albeml Branch tor memben and aecounled for this, Mrs. Hum said itiver. 

their vnvea to visit the Port on the =— e— - _ - -a- - — -=- .- _-«» 

o^caslou of the installation of oOl- ■ ' n ' ^—. ... ' ^ 

oera Wednesday. 

The subject of using the Legion 

crest on calendars without permls- O ~ 

alon or authority, and aeUlng such \^ty‘ 



Port to Alter 
Parking Rules 

Batab- 



PORT ALBERNl. Dec. 10. 
luhinent of parallel forking on 66' 



foot atrJeu, the setting of fees for 
commercial vehicles and provision 
for city licence plataa for ;v:<n 
vpiiii are aoniained in a new Port 
Albeml by-law for the regulation 
of traffic within the city Introduced 
to the City Council at n special 
meeting. 

The by-law It expected to come 
up for final reading next Monday. 
It eontalns 16 typewritten pages. 

In the case of streets such as 
Tenth Avenue, a oar may not be 
parked on the hard surface but 
must be pulled to the side. 

While the dly has no mur.uon 
of Introducing them, there la pro- 
vMea In (bt tay-law for psrkn.« 
meters. 

Small licence pistes for commer- 
cial vehtelaa are In stock at the 
City Hall and will ba loaued with 
I tradca hoeneea. 



mi Burglars Make 
I on Jewelry Store 

Dec. 11. — Some per- [entered and appropcimately ISO taken 

'* — I The 

nC Mrlannan. MePeety &. 
Prior. Ltd . was also entered. 

Chatvln Motors. Kennedy's Auto 
fiervlce wnd AlV^mi District Quick 
Preew Lockers at Albemi were also 
entered, but few articles were stolen 



ALBERNl, 

sons decided upon early Chrlstmasl^^*^ ***• 
•bopping at the Jeaelry store of* 

I vler A Walker, at Albemi. but the 
proprietors are not at alt pleased. 

They “shopped** so early, as' a 
matter of fact, that nobody was 
up at the time, and they BMiltllsted: 
the front door in the process. 

Ihey picked out their Christmas 
glfU from the plentiful stock, did 
, not bother the elerks at all. did 
j their own wrapping, and only mlesed 
lout on one Important point, they 
jdid not pay. 

Tlietr “purchaeee" amounted to 
approKlmately 6300 worth of Items, 
and they also Deflected to eon- 
tribute the > per cent “nuisance*' 
tax. 

I *They were, however, eooslderafe 
'enough not to ereate any ma« In 
I the Interior of tft§ ahop. 

This event eolncldes wrlth eersrsl ^ 
other recent Incidents of a etmilar . •« e^. 
nature. The Bon Coffee Shop wasj 



-DC Oof«fnm«fU TrsTd DarMS FWvU. I 

PRIMITIVE AND MODERN CRAFT MEET OFF CLO-OOSB 
Photograph showpw Indians in dugoots rowing pssaengers out to Sa Princess Maquinns-eif village of Go-ooee 
hi Renfrew district, 7S milts northwest of >^toris. Community bse population of 186 persons, and is located 
at ootlet 6f NiHnst Lake on West Coeet, between Csrmanah and Wcheas Point Ughthouees. Vancouver 
Island Indians made long voyages in ssdsr dsgoots similar to those in photograph. In days when whits 
settlements on Island were few and far between. Oars replaced decorated paddles in modem times. 



To Bring Gifts 
For Destitute 



Oak Bay High School 
Cranmora Road 



□•ctlon M««tlngs 

MOMDAT. Dncaunn is. less 
WmS 1— C.C.r. BsS 
MONDAT. DSCUSBCB IS. ISSB 



THURSDAY, DEC. 16 

AT 8 P.M. 



Say Loggers Retire | 
With Guns at Night 



Name Officers 



ULDT6MI*rR. Oss. U. — Otftcsrs Stephen's United Church under the 
fleeted es the meeting of auspioes of the Sunday School wlU 

Ladysmlih Ptan* of the Oasiadlan ^ 

rw ■ W Hev. O. T. Pattlsoo wlD be guest' 

Legkm ware: t>r. ■ A. Bowkw. primary department 

prenldent; O. F. L. Walker and ■ ^id eevtral pimUt vUI amlst In the 
D. Uorrlaosi. rlae-prealdcnte; O. B-' service. Rev. K. P. Davldeon and 
Willoughby. J. O. A GUI and J. j Mr. and Mra. Bert Blmpeon will also 
Peerlees. tnisteee: F WUsoo. O. partlctpate Parents, ehureh mem- 
Cowlea, W. H Slade. A Ludwkk, A. bm and frltmds have been tnvited 
Carey. W. Pattlsrm. J. A. *rhoDip- to attend, and art asked to bring 
800 . W Dow. JTh and Or. W. NevlUe. nosi-perishable foods, wrapped In 
exceuUvs eomaltlee. *nia branch white, which wlU be made lnu> 
raised I3M.T1 from ■» sale of hampan for dlaUIbnilosi to seedy 
poppies. families In ths dlstiiet. 



The Reave and Other Meml>ers of Oak Ba>*$ Governing 
Bodies Will Address the Meeting 



COURTENAY. Dee. 11.— Fsars of lumbla distrkt president i 
epen warefare between rival wood-jl-WA.. now m hospital, 
workers nnlnns m camps from' ”• 

- * ^ lUvas were injured sarllw 

Courtenay to Campbell River were ^ 

axpreased on Saturday. ^ mobile and beaten. 

Under the watchful ryes of Pro- *Tf the W.I.U. should car 
vtncial Police the sttuatlon eras rs- fight, ws would meat ths 
ported “quiet,* after earlier bfttlsi thing tn other oparatloos— 
between the Inicmattonal Wood- strlkea with no purpoes b( 
workera of Amsrlra (CIX).>. and niptlon.* he said. 

the leftist Woodworkers' Industrial 

Unlcn of Canada. *Han M.OOO smployesi 

It lh.t mrawn ol 

.. I W w. who returned to work ,t *" " ret, 

tftie Don River Logging Company's 
aamp following a month-long strike vewA 

wars sleeping with guns by their YOU TOO mAl 
beds Most art staying close U> 

their homes, fearing attacks by pthl A| M||^ 

WXU. adhersnu. ■ rwfctseww 

n .wot u« n^t wttt . 1^ ^ 

rfmtfun by dit bed. said a logger 

*'Woos«n ars going from door to A good idght's steep mav be 
door telling the wtvsa of I.WA oeed to maks you fesl sn 
mmi that their husbands might 

xofnr mjurtm when they com# home «usi 

frran work * m appasr ursd, listless and n 

The WJU. withdrew pickets from ltislhmthstbeacham‘ePill 
ths Iron River earop cm Friday tbsneelvwe a real friend 
but trouble h feared when the pu^y vegeul^ compound s 
IWJt. r«,.rr, to work Mond.r t ■SL‘?-.£T22' 

-We win know Monday If the soimtipatloo gm 

W.I.U. wanu to aonitnue ths fight.* Hasebsm't PUls fiom your dj 
■aid Stewart Alsbory. British Oo- - - 



FOR YOUR WINTER CROSSINGS 



Only from 
Scotland can true 
Scotch Mchinhy 
come ^ 



TO EUROPE 



Far ■ full week of reixxitiou and oomfor^afloat, go 
WhiU EmprsM to Europa. CoogMUI anapanioiM . . i 
varied anlertainment . . . aourtaar and serviM In thn 
Canadian Pacific traditiou. 

laOingt from SatnC John and Halifai to Uverpool by tha 
aomplatalv rwroadibooad 20,000 toa Emprwss a^ Canada 
and bar siatar ahip Emprmr rf FVniMt • • « first 4a« 
rat— aeanmodatiou avaflablu. 



not only man and woman, but greut aorpoviH 
tiona M taaU, laani to follow tlia Coldao Rt^ la 
til a ir ralatlooa and until men and womca raullaa 
tlm raapoaalbllltiaa uf our Democratia fijalaai. 
prosruaa aad human happinaaa will ba emraipllahad 
vary alowly. 

**71ila profreaa wiU ooma about tlirou|li firoa nrrnpt 
anaa of tha prinelplaa of Chrlatlanlty and tha CffIdaM 
RaW and tha amboBlment of theoo principUo In 
a world ayatom of da moc r a tia Ufa. E’hanavar thoao 
prinelplaa art daBlad, thara eon but follow stagno- 



**CfaHatlanity liaa alwaya offarod to man m/rmwdam 
nf ehoUm . • . whethar hr not to accept and act upon 
tha QiTtottni faith and tha C^iiatian moral oodo, 
wbooa groateat taochlng la tha Gotdon Rnlo • • • 
*Wbataoevar ya would that man abauld da unto 
you, da ya oven ao to them.* Damoc f ocy affera tba 
aama froedom at a different lavd • • • a man may 
ebooaa to acerpt or to to)aet tha prio cip iaa of 
demorratia gavarnmant. 



$tiU going strong 



**71ila fraado m ad chofaa haa haan tha priaa paid 
for lasting p eograaa, both by QniaUraity and 
Demociucy, And haaa u aa man hava fraqiiaatly 
aboaan to rei«<^ both, that peleo haa boon high 



WINTER SAIUNGS 

From t«lnt John ond Holifax* 

Jm. 8 EMFtISS OF FtANCI 

Feb. It IMPtISS OF niAMCt 

Fvk. U IMFim OF CANADA 

Mar. 1 IMPRESS OP FRANCS 

Mar. 16 ' IMPRESS OF CANADA 



JOHXNIE 

WALKER 



Disiilledy Blended and Bottled 
In Scotland 



Thi« advertiMment i$ not pHblUbad nr diapUvgd hr the Uqoor 
CoBtrol Botrd or by tha Govantatanl ^ BritUli ColumbiR. 





1 



f 



\ 




THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1948 



before T N U> the moralnf. TMlTe^ place. Tlaii quelnt tredlnf post 
<k>Uare e for SO dejre le fStO , HUi wild foreet enHuid Theee 
' proAt e Aod of eoune the ■ people wham abe had aal here, 

day wae J«M becUmlfif. Why — vtgi; .8ha wee ettUag eo a log rmjdug 
tau ftore. property managed, eouli . of her front porch, ehapely leg* 
elaar op to a thouea pd doUara a , dangling and ewlnging Ufca a lUUe 
month! With the new gaeoilne [ gtrl'a. when the RJ*D. pnetman 
pump. Utm and other car needs, the drove up. 

new sleeping cabins he had planned "Letter and aone papers, ma'am.” 
lor her, Roeemary could be making be aaid. respectfully, 
more money by far than she oouldj ‘me letter was poetmarked New 
ever make aa.ja iav Ann aecretary.l York. N.Y. She opened It with an 
or indeed more than he could ever | vmreaaonlng but deOniu apprenen- 
hope for as a professor. sloo. and read It rapidly. 

"And I am right here In the field "Obi" alu suddenly atlaunrd at 
for archeaotpgy atudy. with pri- the mall camar. "U's about my 
historic ruins and mounds all around brother. Jackl He has — o-o-ohl" 
us," he was musing. "1 have some, CHAPITR 

moner eared. 11 I Invested ... bulk j ji^nty Moolgomery left the «um- 
purehasee on the nonperiahahle Trading Pet on Utia Sunday 
Cfu nmn dlUea... oafful survey ef'because be felt that Roeemary 
real needs ... contact the lumber- really aliould rmt: • Anvbow. circum- 



Stofi the Music 



U^L ABNER 



Forest Fury 



X/.J, 

fDOWN WTO Tier BOTTorusS 

RyEMkM rUM TH* SttHT Of rVMJ OR tUST.^ '^, 



be also reallasd that U would be 



underetead It aU. but be obeyed The customer wanted a eet of six 
her. She bed begged franoeally for . waterproofed bed rolls for cowboys, I 
counsel aod help, then in five ' a doewa packages of smoking toba^. I 
minutes bad calmly assumed charge ' and a new pair of denlin 'panU. < 
herself and ordered Mm out of the The sale came to more than 930. 
way. He realised that she would which the man— a gruil raoehat— | 
have to blunder through on sheer paid tn eash. Mcniy wps Impreeeed 
common sense and Intuition, but * a sale with more than 913 profit' 



RIP KIRBY 



By Alex Raymond 

"V' CM TVg CCKT*A(tC~ 

' \9^ M0N0P0UZS9 Mgl 
:VS9 / OtS tw'S ATTfgUOCN 
. / 1 •^Jsr e.vx Hg« Twf 
R-IR.A>0 X’U TILL 



I OUT AT gfcS I 

aoop MCRNIMO. Mff. fC Kfit 
sw *VW 1 joiw youf > 



men and rkncheri . . . syste m ati s e acauccs In the form of a new 
things and put WaJpl somewhere papoose had thwarted him to bis 
else . . . build a home under the oaks, plan to start making lovc today, 
on Lookout Poini . . , happiness wUh- He drove his car back toward 
out the rush and worry ..." { Flagstaff, noting the vast diffcf noe 

Monty's really otcellent busl n i c ii . m Um feel of the air from that of 
mind did a lot of musing and the early morning whan be drove 
planning there this morning. Far out Then dew had dampened the 
more than two hours be plone earth, but nogr there a crinkly 
tended store. A lot of the trade dryness In eve^ihi^. Every few 
was petty, but he made a careful, miles he observed e neat roadside 
study of every customer and every sign' 

Item and every other detail. FLEASE BE CAREFUL OF 

It was ahnust ten o'clock when FOREST FIRES 

Roeemary announced that Pola was OOitr similar situ appealed to 
happUy nursing her Ulest baby and P«trtqU«n end Pr»d* in *» ««ort 
that all was well ^ tourists and campen from 

"It wasn't so bad. Monty," she carelessnem. Mr. McKee had ekld 
Mid. . deq> nn. NmotiiM. toow- ! UiomhUi^y iMMd ™tch 

In, on hrr enumoryuuc. • BmU, -t <»“ •»“ •'"* «»>«“«- 

•-n'i. PoU JIM n.«rt--trlynd- . " I*” ““ 

ihlp. Sh. told m. .voryUdn, u **■«»;«» "" 

pj^iu... mniM bein, «;if..ua,- ^ 

w ‘ . .. . In their mountain towers night and 

^lyt^k her hand and squeerrt ^ 

U in genuine feeling, sllenUycompU. ^ Cither rengeee 

^llng her. nodding and looking ib, <unger sooe, keeping 

down eamesUy at her. fighters and enulpment or* 

"You are the most extraordinary g^pied. 
girl, RoAcmaryl You really are. Monty's mind this afternoon 

.Sow I haVe sent a boy to the fr^dian Rosemary, anc be kept 

village, and he will hrUif women to thinking of her through the evening 
aid Polk. You go to bed at once noun. Among other things, he 
and get aome rest, won’t you? You ' discovered that in the excitement 
ore^wby you are wonderful." at the trading gost he had com- ' 
She nodded aod swnt upstairs. ' pletely forgotten ~th« five-pound' 
Hc{ experience "With Pola had in- 1 box of ceodyl In Flagstaff be 
deed been overwhelming, it was.' found It still on the back set of hU 



COATS! 



Pur Colts . . . 
Pur-Trimmed Coats « . 
Casug] Untrimmed Coats 



Raincoats 



DRESSES 



BLONDIE 



Solid Booking 



By Chic Young 



Crepes, Jerseys, 
Woolens, Etc. 



SUITS 



Hosiery 



OlVB SWEET SIXTEEN 
GIFT CERTIFICATES 



Gifu 

Christmat 

Wrapped 



Use Our PereonsUsed 



BUDGET 

PLAN 



No Interest 



Cerrymg Chergvs 



I MARY WORTH'S FAMII-Y 



Bv Dale Alien 



wwv». T>4ATUmtSUW0t£0r 



MAIcy W0HTN.AND 
UlHOUYWOOO.MU 
WATCMIN6 THI 
OCVtLOOMfir 
or A fitVAlRV 
•UNADMJTUD. 
AND PCRHAPS 
UNCOMCtoue.. 
BfTwuN wRine 
‘BAiaCWUCKER 
AND ACTRCH 
ANOaVAftOCN 
OVER S4T. LINK 
RlLCy.WUO N 
APTEAttlNO IN A 
NOVItSAMDON 
EXPUKNa) 
A^ A WARTIML 
aoeiN^ON 
CRUSOt-**? 



NOT TNAT rM JEAlOMf . 
too UNDtRtTANO.'- lINTIfc 
ONLY A 6000 friend; •/ 
BUT 1 HATE A SAAUN. j\ 
CtStCM/NO 

ftMALt -iJICTlfV 



AITAR BAIT’ TMtV TUI ME AN6tt 
HA^AN ANKLE BRAaUTMAOf 
or HER 010 WtOOINCi RiNOy ' 
AND m MOT LET HER ADO 
ANOTHER UNK TOlT. i 

, AUNT MARY! ,^,,,1)91 



)YW.WKK‘ - A ^ 
'WOMAN IIKE THAT 
NEVER DtCtIVti ) 
ANYONE BUT A 
HERSUr’ I'M 



SHOP 

EARLY 



727 Vk 
YATES 



VICTORIA 



Christmas | 
Trees I 
Sprayed | 



HA/AKU 



liy I rank Kohliiiia 



r Mg. UA2AWP/ 

I CLAP I rouNp 
vou.'HswE<ovia 
tMAOWTaWr Ng«v«/ 
TVCCS aSNOlT% 
VOUCAPTUW^... - 



Ingly foud. Sunday'# triumph over Archibald Montgomery of 

one of lifts crises left her glowing New Yort and Yale, needn't have 
iDwerdly sUll. Overnight. U i.ow »«Tle«L In truth, he never did 
Aeemed. she bad come to Jove this '1'“'*' Walpl understand hla 

— - _ concern for the squaw. It was e long 

time before he remembered that 
primitive races take rhlldblrthe in 
routine stride. 

"Is Rosemary In her roomT" he 
asked eventually. 

Walpl 

I try fix um no 



A TRIBUTE 



If you would like your tree to be sn outstanding 
attraction this year, have U9 spray it in any color 
you wish . . . white, RoM, silver, pile blue. etc. 

Make Your Reservations Early. 

Just Phone G3723 



LUNIST ... mater pump Is die, 

Broad . "Can't repair It. eh? Then I ahaU 

epsrstiona were »ve to U myself. Walpl for her. Give 
ti . . . sda from me the wreeh. please." 
writers, astign- "Is >oket'* 

1 ever since . . "I beg pardon?" 

vert To make “You no ftx, you make talk big 

whst it may), Mr King." 

dy ... on her Moniad stared directly at the older 
ig men . . . and . 

words they’ve . . 

e love-spell A ^ underetand you to say. 

tad to perform. Walpl T” 

ty . . . and yet "Mr King better be ftx you no 
inters, too . . . build good fire saddle hone wlth- 
ink. but their out blanket Is dude from big city, 
all rosy * p*nk. ' joke Mr King say " 
rell, fcaling that Mon^y swallowed. Silently be In- 
a ' t'rpreied Walpl s jargon. It wasn't 
. In tfris^ssion. 

. this Spe^l I ^ eesential point. Walpl plainly 
RTocaL others Mt trust him. He was saying 
fai al) . . . on that be, Monty, was Incapable, and 
a. Yee . . . M that It would be best to wall for 
the bit of oar Rosemary's other friend. Bob King. 
** ■ ■ ■ ( Obviously ^Ipl held Bob’s preeil- 

I good dmee. or 1 ^ obUlly In eonslderaWe respect 

* a*^aiSr^Id ^ 

pon. ^ matter Archibald Monigomery swelled 

N 8 . . . "TIm genuine snger. And. fi must be 

* Get it rat . . . admitted, the anger was directed In 

n, tho a voles ‘ part at himself. Even a simpir- 
. behind Ha car- ’ minded Indian could net trust hlml 
'* True, he fell momentary reernt- 

ment at Bob King. King evidently 
"* * had told of Monty’s discomfiture, 

doubtlew rslllng him a dude and 
laughing at hlEq before Walpl and 
others. Conceivably It was done tn 
good spirit, but he reeentfd it even 
so. Monty Indignantly reached for 
the wrench aod took tl fmm the 
Indian's hand. 

*1 shall take It back early to- 
morroif." he promised himself, 
leaving it there. "I am as absent- 
minded as— as a. ah. profeaeor!" 

He laughed at htmsetf, and when 
a omn can laugh at himself there Is 
hope for h&n. Monty slept wMl and 
was ready to return to the poet 
(To ^ continued* 



R. L. MILLER CO. ^ 



Bv J. Millar Walt 



562 YATES 8T. IJ 



X oor vKsrmew. 
M&Kue.'f uAjarr 

L miofsx, 

17 a 



v»o,5iR-*'<ou w/wpeN'T 



A Christnias Gift of Practical Beaoi 






MUTT AND JEFI- 



txpecting Too Much of Jeff in One Week 



Bjr Bud Flhlicr 



JUST LOOK AT 



DO YOU KNOW TXAT 
POST HAS B6£N . 

ON THAT Piano \ 

FORATLEASTSfK 



L Sjgr L*^aiat, 

S/ W^MA'am 



WfcLL WHAT 
IS IT OOlNO 
THERE?/"" 



JANEf 

JANE/ 



THE DUST OH 
THAT PlAHa' f 



Spruce up your home for 
the holidays and outfit 
your windows with at- 
tractive, easy - to - clean 
Venetian blinds. 



MSK WE 
LEFT JEFF 

WITH MS 
WMISKS7S 
SHAVED 
OF^ 

WDRKlHG 
AS JANE. 
A A\AlO 
AX THE 
HOME OF 
THE 



LOOKtfi'f 



WfOeRtWH! 



;7rr^\ 

^xosr \ 

LAVING I 
)THei?E. ^ 

MAAM! 



CHOOSI *'NULItr VINITIAN ILIHDS 

Whh the aew "KORD-KEY* feetare that releases tbs cord to 
re moM slate for stay cieenfaig—eiid at NO EXTRA COBTI 



NoHre Blinds are oisds ef aew, 
knprniiil PWeahin uey-to-clcta 
flMClc-flnlsh slate snd are smart- 
ly toDortd to yrar requiremsnta 
A variety ti lovely ehadee frem 
wWck to choose. Order aew! 



VENE’nAN BLIND 
SERVICE 

J. O. tXIOHTON. Prop. 
IM-A Soperioi It EBS19 



Something Up His Sleeve 

<EAK,HI«P»MnWtfPUKtTOTMee Y'TSOUMOs" V’ciOtfr^joS 
AM MTWatSTlMdl/AGBOOPPtCTVJRElrtMf BiR^WIjOST GET 1MI 

"'or RLXW»MlLyiCOULOYOU ^XAHOflLTA 

AS4O0URS AMD <UKE APlCITJHEh^CTUBE. , 
GURPWSe RUCr/UNCE TUAT VATN J V 

ABOFAMUyWRTH \0Ur TME« A 

JTPOR OWtfTMA^lGKNVINGfTjl^ Wt|f 



THF NFBBS 



^AUrfllGHr..aL TALK 
•ID WUBfV TOMOPRCW^ 
AMOiNVirETMCM 
. TO OtWMER JYf 



UPKTURCOF’MR, 
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*'To a frocieut IsJg, * 
hirlhJay, 

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f^ fenet, 

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COLONIST 



Colonist Want Ada for Results 
Opoii 8 A.M. to ;8 P.M. 



Call Empire 4111 for 
ColonMt Classified 



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Ufbi MU««ry drrrtaft. tateRic ta 

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*oiiAK WAKTS mcx:«cworx rouR 

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«a aiMu* ait4 r*r t».v Ph-in* | ])M 



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l»AtM tpp tiatm. Mre RmpuI *a«Mra. 
lUwtiQca. fepin pf tAta ttif. aoR ibrae 
AretAara. PrpAfc Kapn p( PmJpBd. Ort . 
Upprd ILapwA pf VantMtar, R C aM 
lUctMM lUpvn 9t RaptUa. Wma 
FBAP rkl parfuap «W ha Iwki aa ManRay 
nptaabar O. at | M ^m: frapi WtCail 
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Dr A- R. WUlatunta AriklaUaf. SnUr- 
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NraSING AMD cows 
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prior la roninf to ViciorU aha raaldoA 
at Rp«ir.a RaaitfAA Mr iA«lB|l buifcaod 
atu Uaraa am aoa. Rarpay. w Ragtaa. 



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manintirTi oPDafpia Baiiataiaf Wart 
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I Rdl Hatrif Rh** CbaitrtBf World 

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O eMPBAAii. Ran rauUr Hoar 
•oBAi a«A Rlntara I Paapp RafraaRM 



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C '~a RatBUBB Tflt’ UUDaa>. aBBowsca 
Birth pf a aoB. Alaa Laird Daafla< 

# Ri. liarju liMpuai. Nap WaaUBUuiar 
idnaaday. OatoBklMr A IMA. 



UcJCanKAi-At Rpyal Jabtlpp liMPital Ah 
UacapiBPr Y. IMA Ukhaal .laBiat McKaa- 
na af IMI Jannauh BIrpat. afOA TA. hora 
ta trelaad. for nar M raaaa a atMkyard 
acaUr la WUMtlMR- rauriBA M VwiarU 
a yaaf Akt’ R* u**** • hrotha/, UarUa 
UaXanoa. IB BridfataPa. tratand 
ronpral on TvaMBr. Uavina Haypard't 
'RC Pvnarai Chapol at AM aw far Rt 
Andrew $ CaHIMrai PBara Awaumbi Uaat 
plU pa auM a« A Jotanapat In Royal Oa* 
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4 AAlOUbort Ai BiuUrBa aim Rbartlitfa 
4 II OUbart R B«m*aB JohB Ptabar 
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A.M ' Rutlou PoDa Con. Itaalttat ttaMa 
A M [ Saatwi PnBa Con HwIUar MoBfe 



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f* rapalra. bltaraUABA 
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e aL ftorth BaitUfarA Ba«c 

A a AauMiaV. at Huirt Daaaa Uoa- 



My Par. RwRARd 
Ur Par. BuaRasd 
CaaiBiu OundAl 
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Tahir RaBwtta DaaU 

a I Hawa.BSd Waal 

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I.MB a' AWiw 
Law s' Abewr 
Rocky JoiAan 
Rocky Jordan 



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Artiftry ta UunU 



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M Baiaob. _ai 
Sapnet That#. 



WMtpr WinebaS' 
Ithrthm la Rhywa 
TTnaira of tha AI' 
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TRaatfa pf Utp AU 
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Oaua and BamaA 

CKUcally 

Claaalfa for Todsy 
Daaalfa far TAdar 
Voapar Robt 



BaadUsn 

Jahany PlatcRir 

jBhBny Mi wR at 

Ur Praaidai 
Ur PraaldOBa 

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|>LASTBRnro AMD WrDOCOtWO— BI7RM- 
•I alAa CBBlnstora DapaBdoOla work 
atid w i i Ma all t ypaa of taatnma aad 
oolara Toor aaUifaritoa bad racamfliPB* 
|dBilM our BIW X44AI 

OOPOtO BRICK itPIMO. OlM'iRHB 

inauUuon atr Contraet raia«. Twenty 

K ari' arpartnira Immadlatp attantun 

>r frop MtlmaiP* ■ MAI 



PARXSr- Ta Ur bM Mr* O ParkM. at 
MB IM»Bi JwWiat' Bwapllat Oh Upcambor 
A. a aaa. iVanaowaar pa«>ptt pUau aopy.f 



HMiunM 

Walu Raranada 
Wb>«« Raraaada 



loUnd. BC. and Jopapb. ta denUand. 
PuiMraJ MtTioot «ik be bald on TuA»> 
Oar. barrnbor 14. 1AM ai l-Upw trUb 
Ra* J li W MrLaan nfririattnA. front tba 
Chaplin Puixrnl CDapal 'Curry'o iBior- 
BMot wUI hr in Roral Oak Banal Park. 



Lautti 



■i rwtiAi icr aod Ur* Oapret Rich- 
•ala tnaa Rrulab ClnoaMai. onnaMncp 
iRa am«ai of tbatr oaaaiKor Ja-Anna 
Uaa. a> Rojal .lobtu* iUi^ial Dt'am- 
bar A. IMI tOiCaaa papan. pua»* 



Id on ■ Waimuna 
lA;i» I wpitatim 

Id NOW* 



IbtfoAfMa R«4 Tr«r I Canam Rov 
^p CalRaUt Bout | Conrrrt Boar 
Coprert Ho«y 
CBnoart Bow 
OreRoBtlB 



BBiaklnd pf BhtM T.UCA. 
PratdAp to UiAbuB' Oiywau R« 
Prafada ra MiAnldht * Urtronaiiiai 
PrUada la UldnURr CaBcart Baj 
PralBda la UMaAihr Concert Bd 
Prelada ta U<dnMh' Ca«»c«n 
Pr«»BAa and Ifowb Maw* 



A bOOaO U CB AMONYUOOB ~ BAACCM 
•* nil) rbapur CanedanUal inlarwa- 
Uan and bdPlea la aWhnliea Wflia PAR 



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Bntiand. and a pppIApM af tbia efty for 
tb* PMI M yaara Aba loaaaa ta waum 
bar paMlnc. baaMaa bar huaeaod Barry 



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dManb'a BoapUai. a oauphtar •BbcUa 
Marllyai. a auiar lot Jerry. 



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COMING KWNTS 



ana oatuiltar Utaa Shtriay Jtnw. ai tbr 
faauly raatdanM. ))• itiano H»dbway. 
two aoB*. RofPr narilpy Warhurtoe at 
BBC. and Rarry Otabaw B. of Vic- 
toria. and bar ktotbor la California. 



R KUARIM PBRBOM TO CARS POR I- 

y*a.r-a)d firl wbiU Hotfur Rarka 
OfiKP bauft RurnAfd* diitrki Ktin 
after 1 • By 



A VAILARLC POR CfTRIBTUAB XVB~ 
iA Buddy OUrar a Onnea Orclwatra. Oa> 
tail* BII4I 

I VAMCB. Lrxrbn ball bvxrt iat- 

i* imy AifKT Mdm dsc «M ttwa 
Mia Rmtirrit Ortbaaita Bnup 4hd 
rnendfr atMoobara AdwlMloo dnL Ra- 
fra«ha||^ia 

T |ANr« BtBRY BATtmDAT; ARCADB 
1 ' bpjironBi Brio Patera Orchoatra 



r A*d Mti. N. A hwiib b« 
ta Roaptial ' Uatifflbcr A. 
Richard Allan 



nows BinLT in approju- 
1 wahM Mmc wawiRa ARdntiBSA ta- 

palra B 3BT1 



TPTtoft— Tb Peyo RBA DM TsyurfMr' 

RwiUli, an Datambpr Id at JwbUa* Mao- 
plial, A aan. Brant Harta 



and Inauranca offira Boa > 4 TA Co(- 



OALBSLAOr POR ORtfOBTORB. BTKAD1 
^ . PoipUfBtant Oood waft ' CHre to 
darltnct and aye to Jtot tjdd Colonial 

F ^R BRUT - BMUlUALT COUMtTKTTT j ft ’AMTtD BSPBRltMCBO PaBTRI 
Jlaii. for waddiutb na rtiy a. dancaal ** «ook a balpar. taai barker ank QulcA 
p|a Alt farttiUiMi Phnna R44M- I to UaaA Ra ataar noad apply Conltnmta 

MUDROM tVAMB OLD-TIMR OAIIC* *" 

11 claaa blanday. d.Jh BiWdUiaa, BldO- ' .. . . __ 

— — -v- - - - - - , ft *ARTtD- VOeWO WOUAR POR OtR 

I OXTOR RBW VBARR STB OAMCT \V Unat be arearalP a 

wedarn ajid oM-nma. d la r II dd chacklad aad capytnf dfuraa Apply Boi 
aacb Rpfrpihmmta Included tjlj, caJanlat 

M ' btmr TOtAfiB ccp rau. - Ttm-[i\*AjrrKD - m ro w nR c^bratorj 
key ptaarPtiti'P MW ' Thuiadap Dor >1 badly Btodad VirlarU Balrd/Mklni 
10. I M Too M *rrlM ftn' o'lta two lft|fchool. na Part etiaat 
ariiba wood pine, two AIM) ihtro prioa — - 



■M»U4-Rain to Uc aad Mr* W Unbia 
a aan at Reml Janilaa Moapiial. A 
hroibat far Larna nitd fMrtA 



B((*fr'<'on. Cwrrntw' !1 at 1 n'J"rk in 
MrCall Pro* pinraJ Pwnaral Cbapel R«« 

J L W M'L^n will •Iftcuia iMPtwan' 
vfU -ha m Royai'GM |HfJAl Paf^ 

waCIMRnn ba DoritwMr 1# IMA at 
ibarctidenra idl Oa«a«a P’raar Laonard 
Qnriti wiikinaim, 04*4 44 yaara t>om 
iB London. lB«land. and a raaidani af 
Virittria lor iHa pact Ad ycara Ha it 
aurriyod hf. beaidaa bu wUa Irona 
Uyrilr. ai bacae two aoo*. Cynl B O, 
alMi tbpRCAP la Rdmociian Albarta 
Jabn Laonard af Vanenorar, B Cj four 
•rand'hlldran 00 a hratbar In ftattna. 
and two ti*iar* tu Londirc kniland 
Pwnwnil aprylrpi wilt bp bald an Tuat- 
Aav afipn»oon. UPcpnibPc 14. idtd. at I M 
•'riocK wi MrCall Brop . f^ral Puoerai CliU. on Cortnnrani P« 
rhoMi taiartBoni wUl bt ta Royal Oak and Btanabard at d pin 



iXPBRlBRCBD TOURO UAM. 
I airr* clerical wark O P4U 



)OTT AMD OtRLS- WOOL TARTAR 
I* drcMiM oawna iwo la iwaira rahPi. 
•Wr a TS4 7alpa Si/m* 

<UXD MAP BOLirm Totnt stm- 

' pcrlpiloBa- Haw. renawkl. Bwaa raioa 



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BFCt lMMC KD CAUP COOK ARD 
harper dealrte part Bov TAB. CoUaUt 

XPXRIKMCBD POIJLTItr DRRBBfR .- 



RlljOS - WKATUXRILL— At Bt . ^n a 

CRurra. at d pw. (ueamnai 11. lP4d. 
lha warriate al BrplyB Anna i"Rap»'» 
Waatbariu. youiiRaat dauAfUkc-of J 
Ban^ did UalrboAUi Btreal. and (bi UU 
Mr m WratbociM. to Bin tMi OoMdla* 
Walcalw B iwa AhOla-. -con al Widn Ldr 
ABd Mri M P. Blcfi llOd Rock Aifpai, 
waa aofannttad by Har'O BtddU 



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COMPANY 

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P 1BLL1RO ARO BOCXiRO WITR TWO- 
sun chain mw. bp Uta hour or con- 
(tact O- W PaUater, RoyaJ Oab. Phona 
Cal^ulto dJ. avaeit^ 

T^R ROtS — lU-TOM PLAT* DCCK 

A truck and Arlmr Pboua B MAI 

r *~6oD aLl-arocrd TRITCK ub- 
I abaoU- Qaod waat* and warKtof 
tuodUlena Bos US. Cemiat 



IRRISTUAB bollt 



BBR A UfXIO 
' aalaiUan of b«Hv at O. Alpciihacna 
•tail In Cl'y Martat OrAara lakan fat tar 
apacial areaihe Lai na »cn4 a boa to yaur 
fntnd* far ynu Oat orlrat ara rbaapar. 
» Mae 



tpaaonahU. fret attiwatat O I4M 

RAR'BPncRRT WORKUARBRIP ON 
inlerlar dacnratlm Proa aatianatao 
tc r dABi Ratlafa c UoB tii»rA«loa 4 

fSjNOPoilb Rtm — P A I R T I R O. 
poparhA(i|int and Aacoratlnf 

RCTRir CKUBNT UTKIR RtrRRRR- 
Urad whcclbarm* dA M par day At- 
ad O Bta idd RMtUfam APaaaa 

nT~ w~ obodfATR por*«rlt'^op 

ReglBa Intcrtar and estcrlar daaar- 
f Batbrtartlnti vuaranlawA O tidd 
Bruran tatabttahad Idll - 



OrtHCRTT-DAVUMOH-Mr and Mia WD- 
liaw W. UaridMn. MS Cralfftowcr Rupu. 
apnaanre iha Btbrrioop of their dauebur 
BaibltPB Mary. 10 ldr Rubdri R Uu. 
hart], njt Waald Read The fpraaoiir 
took plact on Bkiurday eranmA. Decem- 
ber II, I04d, al the ('hureb of Owr l^rA. 
Wits Roe. O. L Uardao pfUrlatint. 



fteORlCTRO WOMAR WOtTtD 
> * lady to look after rhild by day 
BUlalda and OourUa tMdd 



re ARDBRP OR LOTS PLOOOHBO. BACK- 
* I fnilBA aad aacaeatUkd C. X CarUBB 

B IMT 

flAJUlBR AND nDTDfO-DP WORK 
' I wanted Phone B dkU 

C l ARMM V>ro'mUED.~ORADD «- 

I Call OAA44 



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J we dBi ntA. QIC B ITkT 

n o TOO LOVB TOCR PV7it''~TltSR 
baw abaut fteind the daw aat. ae 
0 Cbrielmaa u reaiat They wID 



N rW TKAR-B SVB OLO-TTUB DARCK. 

Prueer PUeet Hall. Ura Pertucera Or- 
cMatra, Rill Rnofc, UC Rpftwabwrata, 
neee^M TVbm itinneB Phone RIMO 

/vLD 'fmR DARCS. RATtrRDAT. MUSBR 
' ' Btreet Hall, ttewart'a Orebaatm. 
.eoilee prtsea Adataainn Mr 

Y>Rn PATRlVwV'ci^ OAUxlifOR- 
a dfcT liardTir-ReartAg Kali, d pat 
Caab prUea 

is PRAdIiB club, tit COORTRCf 
Btreet. open tar, yearly er WtaUr 
Btewbera 



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r*f>ary 

an]ar treedow frwBi naaa *a wac 
ymi en)oy your torfcey See tbe Plod ‘ 
C* #41 JabnaoB Biteel lat Dwuflaa 
de alare iB all Ha de of iaoerUcldee 

I.'*cxKMA. mai pilbr^ pborim 



KRNT In mnoory of our dearly Ueed 
wMbee Mr* Ruin KenI wha departed 
tbw life OP DoceBiber IS, IHT 
PParefully aleaping raellng at Uat 
Tbe porirt't aepry iroabTea and trtah 
ara pari 

Ib Micm-e abe auffeapd.' in patlanea ahe 

bora. 

THI Onrt rallad bar Natae. to auffer no 
wort. 

‘Ah4e><' fruw the body, preaoni with 
the Lord ' 

-Oroaily BiUaod and Uelbgiy rawewbarod 
by her children 



M ARSKY RTmiMa Mr and Ur* Harnld 
Kiubiag. hbaJ firiiitp 8<r*ei. aonauni'a 
<se Biarnage of tbcir only daughier 
Jeanne, la Albert L«ng Maaeey yauneeet 
eon of Mr and Mr* U L Marea> af 
Saoeoeno*. V.l abhli loob utare at 
r-brui Church Calhadrat. with see R J. 
Wteken* Mfwiatlng, ai I pw . Ueraaaber 
IL IXS- 



I yrrtLUOXMT TOURO WOMAR 
la aiart a* puWer riarb to 
wbalpoala afflee dtd'. ptr avontb 
ta begin and prwgraaaiea Inrraaaaa 
la a rumpaienl wprkat PeriBaneni 
PMltion 

ROK l4dS OOLONIvr 



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CONCRETE 

Amr MR RRQOISUNa CONCRST* 
OdIvROCK RLASTTRO 
BALL 

PAUL ZALUSKI 

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H ardtuan-caastakkr ooarar- 

load good wort and rwlibhmty Rok 
tlX Calonut 



TYtOM RCROOL ■f nitUR T WAffTB 
wnrt. Saturday* and Chrlatmaa hoU- 

dara Rtm 

onx cutRK.'moRT or dat tm- 
parallPd r*fareiK*a Row T 41 . rbUsut 



\ rfTTORtA WRIBT AND RRmOB CLUB 
I41T Oorpmwml. Mew reaPa Rea 
whut drive and frolic d id dl adwlaWoB; 
lin prlaa* RafraohiRPoU and dance afiae 
gaoipa Beerybady wakane. Ubka raaae- 
CBllfltw aarly. 

triCTCMUA Wflim^AffD HRTOB~CUfR. 
* 14IT OovammoBi Ptrwat. gawaa avery 
afterppnh Bt S RI WThUi a» w » Blthl at 
I M Otmd eaeb prWaa 



RORRRTR - AtHBUtV -Ur and Mr* 
Tboataa T. R AlaaUy, |«M RtgbW 
SireaL aonaucM-a ibe tnarrlMt 01 iMir 
oBly dauabtet Norwa ilAldted to 
lhawia* Croaa Nobam. only awn p| ui 
and Mra A C pobaru. lait Catborina 
•irML wbkB toM pUco at Bt. Alhana 
Church, at 1 W p m . Dacewbac 11 . ti«A 
wttb Roe P h. U TowallB afltaiaimd 
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MCfl POR PSTRICR. ORB 0« TWO 
al^tr a waak O tdfll 

lACldiR RRQ01RXD~MM ^RRRCR 
•ebaot with dutiaa M eonmanea Janu- 
)rd, Id4d Twenty-ntna pupU* In 
dM I la VI Anpltcaeia ara ra<|wc*i*d 
itate afe. telepbMia nuwbar aod an- 



I RSIDK WORK. PART TtUrR. WlUXRO 
worker Ros lid. Colonial 

M '~ ARRTKD MAR WARTk'wORK. ODD 
fob* or anvtblbg. mono BTtdd. 
afur I 



inf. RAmonlou Alberta 

I .TRSRCR POLIRRDfO 
try paliahar. In your 
Bkoort repair* rcflnUhir 
nghi R. L Miller Cn . 



GUTTERS . DRAIN PIPES 
CLEANED 



•utat Ofg&lty al Medarala Caaa 
cuaPur-r PDNCRAL CRAPKL 
i^warly Curry'e* 

Phono OMIl 

OppCBlle Ctarln Cburth Cathedral 



eato. and eapetionre Addreoa rewtir* ta 
Reeretary-Treaeurer. Rcbool Dlalrtct Ra da 
«rawichBB) PO. Boa dll. Dancan. R.C 



at'R.babonarlb ratrb 

> VVW TROCK8 POR tQRR BQVIPPaD 
1 With bolete and flatderka tepwrlaBoad 
drieara Phnaa o 4hai 



DCATB8 



*z.urmari;:cVr«u - •7y!r: 

we Boa mi Catocuot _ Lfi„ 4 ul, m .nort Duile* to mwwpnce 

lARPtTfTkR OR NARDYMAR WAfrTKD Of tctiaal opening Januan Appl* giving 
iiBBiedieivlT. 10 da add tab* Bat IIM. leg*- vtpwrivntv and Inepoetora- rapon*. la 
itiMwi iCof J. R Boyd. Becrwiary-TraaaMrar lake 

- — - — ('awirhaa. Stf Rn dd. Lake Cawteban BC. 

1 AVK Ol'KRfNO POR MAN ON LA DR- 1 ^ , 1 

dry raoir lyd pereweek Oiane* far anwat^w ^pavewvn 

pproermeat Apply liandard Bleam •• RGBNTi WANTTO 



JBMIea HtmpiuL AUr* Raer at NI1 
VkbK Rtraat. Vktoria The Ui* Mr* 
Raer war bam Ib ShMtMw. Keoi. Rag- 
land. aad bad been a raildent ol UiN 
any lor ibe paet tl year* Sha lebvea 
*a waurn bar paMiBg. beeidea her bue- 
baad. Horaae wuiiaw at bawa. one 
Aaudniar. Mr* Aika WaMokan af Pori 
A^taa, Waeb.. aod one broibw Hi 
BngiaoJ 

Punerai eervlma w|U he held ao tum- 
Say aflocnawn. Oaaawbwr 14. al I aalarc. 
W UaCaJI Rroa ‘ Ploral Puberal Cbepal 
Rev. W Roy Aahtard will officiate afiet 
Which tniaruevnt will be ib Ram Bat 
Ceweianr, 



N aval vbtkrar wiix call wmi ^cyi 

tru^ riean up Maewent bar-h yard* 
and beuWvurd* haul all rubhiab ewar BRCBR 

Phone BrMiy O I4A4 wr B IMI aftor d PAPBRil 

|>g»iiORn'ancB' Roirs ~whx work I tkatva 

I fey mow and board Prefer a ranch ' 
horn near VictorU or Xvwmmal' raNn If 

rwivenieiu Wrtw "Kairv •’ r o Mra Agne* 1 _ 

Bwitb. AgaaeU B C. | PRANK < 

f>LOn35lRo71BP*SrM piUDntO.^ . Paimine 

1 rnmunihg. T R TT p R Reidrter. O *M4 Aeaau# 



WET BASEMENTS 



TM BruBghian Btreai 
Phao* IMI4 



Oawp wai or leakiog baaenter’ waM* aor 

taanontiy watarprnofed RaiiafaritoB guar 
aatead Be(lwa>a* frau 

A A WARRBH gdCdl 

• • imns • iM* 



MeCAU. BROS 
The Plural Pbneraf CbapeP* 
OavM M MrCaU JoBte* H MrCall 
Orabaw R MrCall Turrwy A WcCail 

and Ayaar.laio* 

l4gA VanroBvet Riruel PhdM-D i 



I tmicm runiR it - m yrarr wart- 

*rl hr Virinrio effire nf aaiUHlol nr* 
laniaatlon Muai be able to type, enoiv 
nowimlge of bnnkbeeptng dealrable Bi- 
Bpoi»*uoiio fwf Bd«BoreBivnt. Boa 



WB DRSIQR ARD BUILD 

FENCES — ARBORS 
INNES COMPOST BOXES 

r'AI.L naraert BMl 



raialague 



UABIB T RU RT WflRTKY rKIUlO*l 
will inbk afe* rft**b-vaa« far par«ir* 
e* eir Reaaonable DrRerri fftail 



W E ARB LMKDfO POR AR AOOnBR 
kirr •airman ta euperrlie tbe Aliirl- 
KuMnti of a r*rv fa«t ermtig nneelir The 
prnllit OB tbit Hem are tremeoAout with 
rrrr amall Ibeealmenl ^r full parllr.itar* 

K fl' to Weelem Hetalty Company. Re* 
iBatkaioen, Rotk « 

W 'Atrm — ebuPLt” to~takk puu. 

ahars* af hatel Ra ahOvAm. Apsiy 
ddl rarvMemi Btraat. 



00 RKDROIROR UADR Df rOTTR 
home Raad 



RIU«T At Royal JuMtee MoaMiai on tie- 
aembar 10, idak. Ur Ui>*d um»ge Pe„i. 
born In Raai Datto. BC-,.«fid hart oaen 
a laaidooi of Vietwria far many feart 
lata raaldanre baing AAjA -P araeiew- Oetre 
RnrvtewA hr hi* loving wife. Itabri <Ouuyi 
M buiM. bi* atoiber. Mra Helen Beh*. 
TleaorU. BC.; and ana aUiar. Mr*. Ja- 
wsh Waoev of BoaiUa. Waab. Tba mia 
Mr. Rani had been aaaaciatod wuh tba 
Podlo dopana*oni af tba Rudawn a Ray 
Ob. for (ha pa« |g rwata 
PRaaral tareica will p* bald » tbe 
Umarlal OMOel at Chiate* af tba Battte 
Uenaary. Ltd . aa Maodar, Duttaaktr U. 
MM. at I a at . Rev O R Rbatar offMlal- 
MR. tatorawat la Roral Oak Rwial Park. 



rbrUMM greeil 

Rr'ntrA ywur faailly'e. rateea Pbuae ■ I 

K BT» ODT WKIIR too WAIT f 
Jobaatan. till Vanrogrwae Rtrugi 

T OHKtrrZlDRbRKlR' OP^MXia 



frvRBRR TDPPRD OR PKLLBD AND 
1 hiirkert Pr*e e**ima'e* g'ren Ra- 
perlenred m e n Mione R I4M 

a _. 

T at RIRICR HRARTflR AND RA1W 
maait Reperieorad rrafumm All DU 
fACUry fuaranioed ■ *i4l O 44gd 



M an WITR CAR PDR WATKINS 
mla amw'.fieat unvlneae wf ywnr 
iwwti Apply f R Waiklnt EMttnhutoeahiB 
l okjn 

M ar to mansob ouTsrqB rbtail 

aeent ■ artel Bn e toad, C alanlat 

tojklMMfuT'pVU. OR PART Tim tR- 
'4^ teteeting work for right party. Baa 
iWt. cniootet 

VV*^''*'**^**’^^' DRTPIRB oif 
vv deltewry truek Apply Raoaowy Steam 
La—dry. gwf Joba Btraot 



BRICKWORK 

RILL RAUrTOff • ^ 



THOMSON Pl'HRRAL BOIAB 
■ Pnrmeriy al Wibalpagi 
Ipuu Bvrvlea al MadaraWA w< 



\ rfTBkAR iMALR) W TBH Ki omCB 
a«pl«rwont la aa* typo af hnUnoa* | 
Ra* kaowteAgw af twpAig and thorthaiid > 
Pttfl or a a n tiiae Dm <m«a Ron dll 

^yAwriD- art’ «rd~ ew~ a” dritiwo 

Tv lab BdSdT 

tvyrtro part - cxpbmiiictd parm 

A. h*bd aeidi aaptaimaut WOI aa anv- 
whore Apply Boawara R R «. Tirlarla 



F ?xpkrib*crd balm 

J Rokorel iromMBbUf 
hlgta chain taedlog am 
car eaeanttal Can aan 
at Rokorol Weatem Ltd 
p.B ta T Id p ai . MaoA* 
OALBRMAR KXCKtLlI 
^ tie* Cooiailealos. Ca 



ROOliTDII BIHabetb Ro«lla«. baloyed wuc 
M Brantan j A ■•mliac, paaead Away 
dhddiBly aa Pormebor M. 1 P 4 A bt the 
neManoa. Il 4 d HUdo Bttaei Ura Raul- Qf>AI 
lab wag a ataaiber, uf Chrut Charch Offtaa. 
Cblhadral aaA b emlited wembar af the' 
Wednaa^y Aftarttami o«Ud af the i 
•enjor Waatea a Aueitiary |, 

Miaatnl tiaia Nayward'a BC Puberal 
Ohaaal aa TwaedBr ai ^p m . Rev R j ' 
Ktrk«D* affielottrig Interawoi tn fawily 
plat. Re*a Ray Cemelerr 



OdwpMld Hopair* aa RepMa Taahb Qvmaa 
TVapa. Blackad R o wa n aad mifaea pvalae 

OPTIC TARR OIXARIRQ MtlM-R 
WDb Bpweibl Pwatplnt wentawa w t 
MATTOCK RROR 
■ aip-ditm 

CpBtac* O* Today far a Pvwa ReaUe Taak 
CRRCRVP 

Rioctad Rewera aad Drataa Praparty 
Atieedad la by bwert* 

TAXI ADVARTAOR OP OOR eOAIPLtTI 
SRRYfCR ALOWO Wm 0QR H-MDOR 

cotmrwoQR «nvfci 



P r yg ii ad t R om Mina. >dS* »tad fm. OCOA 

M OfU ARD MOM PRDPII AKR OODdO 
ibefr thaaphM at CTiapaiaa'* Stacu ad 
na Lake We ipeciallae to bntiar, baam 



NUAGANE 



BRICK WORK 



M adams mickst ib miAOTRa m 

the Mayfair Cal*. 1P1I Broad Ptraad 

N XU.il UBLLOR 'WBo' WOMCBD 
Rockland Avenue abaat dd yaara oboi 
T ail na whan and where I aowid *** yaw. 
Bax ITM Cwlmlat 

RPB^L nrnDtarr to~ msh wbd 

Vr •ay flbd dllBealiy 1 
avoid cultlnf ■alo* Tho 

and pamanmCf reiaoead 
OMR. epawlafiet ta a la c Radi 
RWIdtae 

pSHPBCT OtPTS~POR 



rT^i^war. , . 

Wa draw aur AoweTB Brawa* Vkuirte >MEN URGENTLY WANTED 

«k..lllV...«ruei a^.|.O.ML Kf mrk iJ agwm^r* K. 

«T PLOfkAL DMiaNB at towai pricoa- R C Lodging Power Saw Reboal dtwa i*aa- 
R R Pollock, md gi-tt OUlk. DtAl irnlDiag ao toUawa: 

- ~ - L Mechanical maaeabD. btalbWnaBaa 

RATORR op OtSTUtenrs PIORAL 1 Raw fluiM- wiaUng and repalDoR 
dauau Tha lataRd PlorMt. TMA | PblHng and harkbtd In tha wwoA* 

* * *^w ThM . training ftialiflai you far aaialwy- 

m . ^ ^ ** h|ai anMJwdaatrtaa 

PCWOOL 



Ideal for kBtber-oaaarwd aoMha*. ahalr*. 
kdPT baggtaa. glove*, lockeu. grip*, ale 

BABY , TO OSR— RCOROMfCAL TO BUT 
Comee IP d taria ouanbar af aalora 



■LAJim-l^aj^ away euddaniy ai hi* i 
RdSf gtraa*. oe Oaeaaumr diA ■ * 

iPdB. Sydney Rendalpb Blaoev agea U 'J 
reara Wn M Uverpaat. Bngia^ and I 
• ?* f« the pati dd V 

v*a>a Ha Uavm ta Baurn hu OBaMui 
baalga* bu wiaow at hwaty, faur toat m 
AUb. Doaald Rmaat. ail ai hanm. and ' I 
Rrdam, Vaaaawvtc. Ac. ana ABagbier 
MurUalha Maade. aka at hamTMrvlC 
kralRAea- Arthoe Blaney. al oibaon*,\ 

LandMt. R C . AroMd and R4*lo*idl“ . 

Blanwy. af Vtrtaria aka aaa ttiter. Mr* 0**l owr daaldwer will call ayad dUraa* 
Malba P Rawman af Baa PTaacmca. — * *• 

CaHf The lat* Mr Rlaner aeeved aver- ~ ~v~'~v - - - -wo— 
Ma* ^ Oraat War wiut the tt COHIKO EVENTS 

Pwneral aarvioa will ha hold la tha itiBpal ^ 1 

af Iha Thaanaob Ptaaerai Haata en Monday A * S^5* PWOUC 

Bnagwoan at > M Rav S. L Randorvork OySnn ■••A 

wtt attWMiA daiiowad hy eraaMiM at ,**”*“*■ *>*^n Mc- 

Royal Oak Crdwatonw. I fna" **ii-I* •■“•'•vJIDw 



HUNT 



Raid Baataafvely to YMlarM 



A m OKPiHrrsLT nmR R siwD ir v- 
Mrlng iha rwal aauta bwaineoB - Acbm- 
tawod ta deaUBjuwUh aad ■aetiag pfowa. 
Rava a lata aiortw aar and reeidaac* phono 

Ooad rtUabla raforwnaaa pat t>d*. Cal- 
aniM 

A ccoxnmMo a r o BoocmPDiQ 

••A hatinaa paiAanea fn aS MM- 
a aaaaa AadiuaR Maawa taa, dayrMa. 



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— ^ — drwa* at poDiaw* a Area* af tavwly RwIbb 

OnnUTR. BSAT. PMOiiPT rrPDfO vall* WU have dan* and raiUa*. taa 

> gawa MV OWR haa* lAaRwernwta , Pvaa gift Mraontag Oaadra Dvy Oaaga 
garrad phaRaiMPA |M OifTatap. MdA qaaMa. oglM 

'A B TR i TT w o, » enm 'ar hoor' ptenzn nxMiNo ^nwr-ruiM km 

' Rlaa, tan M rbildrwi wbB* wather A r r ar m toed lmwo moc* of Hnig-M 
m. ^klaada. RIlMda AMlrlct. R UtT. | WUManaa*]^ A4A Mv« Rdraak 

OT '■lljlRuT' miASU ARD gORD I OOWBOH LRIHimg RtPd—f RRH 

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torla Tacbi Clah Uaa abawld h»ra ooM* 
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etc. Wife aiBtt ba able la taka ovae aatar- 
ing aooeaaelaa. Pmaio. aatf-eaatalaadi 
>*■•« aa areratdaa. AUracUva aaatrbat to- 
ri^i canak Rev 1441. CaMakt . 

I \\'ARTB> — PHOTO PW I RR ML MALI 
I v« ae tewMk far kodak akant Wwl ha: 



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BOX U03. COLONIST 



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. eeb-ptaaa accftoHra. id a.«. lo ■ aja. 
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*a«wd by Ch t aaad Vitaateca PMu Brl- 
I* dd par ewapla Tkkela at m Vle« 
aat dhd CPiwaag Bine 



^naral Iran Rbywarg * 
baoei aa Tuccdajr . * ' " 
'leaen* afnrtaUag 
ah Rartai Park. 



RC Panarai 
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'aut iiaa ttraa all Bcramartac TBtr may ba 
. . I Man baiaaan t and t p m Na 9* Ttrtari* 
ir'lAuia Court UlaiU Highway 

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I a-OAVOA AHOLIdB ftMOTOUN PHOHI C*^AP OllOP-BArR COUCH. COftDI-! 4N ATTRACTITA TOUNO ORANOA. 

IZ <}|4t) * uar o*». tot email wend rant*, ar *.11 J\ raaary. grand aingar Uaka aaratlanl'llk 

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VAIIAIILS OICAMflBR M— WBU-PUB- 



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i«Mi* 9 iBBD'ht nid. tor gnnd watd- l> tAlkn-.g prta aider for iMA mating mbdaia (wr hniuakaaping factlUlaa. Oak-^^ 



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m* rrar aalav (ba aalaatlan of Chriii- 
BM* giru afUrad W7 ana of ViMwri* « 
katiin* Kata* 

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ilfl'ig tar .vary m*m»ar af lha tomitv 
Dad mum. bitthar «*. hnb«y and ar*n 

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a*M«ibl*d In lhair *(ar* (h*lr arIrM ar* 
badgMvd to aa** YOU mon*T . 

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U rOlXTRT AND t.lTERTOCE 

Ma POt'LlBT BATrmWO loot ITt 



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H irp cAOi aniT 9TAim7~cif3iir 

Phant. B im 



4 T roCBADSoOLBtHXt-YOUftn PUU '( ’•"L*™ op^^iV^aArJir 
A kU tor *Aflv Baring Ur 9*17 Catar KvanfiiViM * ' * H*lbing*r 

Hill OAMroat Phant O a(*t .Phan* B MT* 

. it wtuna E»n. ^ . i 'ANARIBt PINA eiHOEBA WU 

’ WviM ChKmmaa Hilltop Ar 



aiNGEM AND HBNH - mningt: dAy. phana 



■ . '* ± : a. ■ I A 0« BOUAS to BINT ■.n. ■.au.w 

* BPD-«rmRO-BOOM wrTH KTfCH- on* yaungyiar Orpmt A 9*M •• WAIiTED TO RENT— 

k.;r%.r (5 ^ or UftPVBNI.HB,VmTi KWrELLANEOm 

arrntok*; day. phana AM33 i i f«»tfbl; raaaonabk Aaa IJM i— — 



PINA eiNOEBA WILL BOLD- Phan* 



• Y Oi*at ' >B> ■ a 160*. 

"*1;*.^ HEhp AND |,wrjw NAtf .- y BaABIT HUTCHBi. 

roclarao Plian* A llM i I yaar*' I bork asd dj _ 

-Wh*r* lb* CuKnmrr* tand Th*lr PMawd. ■ ( tRICKB *1X10 AND UNBATO IN • to®n«h» N**4an*hb aftor ICM Norton *" n*ar^ jcmwB _ WotAT BU3ABLT COUPIB NEED BMAIxl \f ALABA9 TOUBIBT ADNOALOWB-.A C^JX^T-Tm K.Hm Ttilto"..uT^I,< 

pam.U* b.**d* W* advtM ardarmg A*«ni.* ^ , fwBB-RTmNn BOOMB WITH Brrcfnm- W otmaga ar thraa-raws luifgnilahad ! .91 Winlyr m*a f badroam. apan Br*-' mU KMPmnt and *l22 a^ 

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am WAWm wi w owf WMnww n tit, lAIhMB 1*90 A**b» fiuSo and dandali ***'* •••*’ ( WED BtTriNO- BOOM. WITH KITCBKK- TTAOWTABED NUBJB AND ■ ■ rwo* a.LP .. narw-n ltTw 



•MHM ChriMMoB Hilltop Aaiary 111) 



Jadar Bir*m Phana ColaalU 1MB. 



'rt'BNIBHCt LIGHT - HOUBABEAP' ! *^***”“" — - ! \V*»TBO TD BANT - OABAOr PICIh'. 

lot roam. BMIntaa parnan aralurml , pTWOHAD AUTTK. . DfMZOlATELY ! I > irv ltd* Mack Paitblul St O A«19 

' .5^1- . ' — Bot nil Calanttt — A 'anTAD -OABAoVtO BBNTTriCtN- 

miACTTVB SMALL ^.K lUJOM IN BUBDrBBe OIBL. Omt AIBY-i " liy IM Bpiaa* Biraai A 9417 

naa bom* Lady prffrrrad B ltd* ,' ■* •ol. and moibar want tbraa-raam I -■-■*■-■ l a a i i 

• URlurniabad talta ar dUBlac. alaaa in Bai*dl BI NMES RMSOWTS 

LAftOC LHK BOOM POB BANT, . MM. CalanUL i” wi nni*.» muumiB 



■BAND BPANICINO NAW 
HlaM Ig-PLY OOODTAAB TlBBi; 
HBTAB ON THB BQAD 
BBLUNO AT 

$75.00 

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NEW -nBB PRK*E IM 
A BAAL SNAP POB ART TBLH KAB 

B 1920 



liy >M BPiaaa Btraai A 9417 

BI'NMER RUOBTt 



near Bt J(-«awh'a RaapKal I AM) 



Q UIAT ELOABLT COUPIA NBAD SMALL I 

Mmag* ar thraa-raws pwlpniiahad '■ 



M AI^BAT TOUBIAT ADNOALO^- j.,*, gng.na rwlly aguippad 

Winiyr m*a f badroam. apan ar*-- with logging tgdiMXbr and alaft aba 



TB4 UL* AND tBAILBEB. BTC. 

LAWBANCi I a It WINCH 'wflM 
Chryaiar T-IM angiM PwUy aguippad 



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c4 Uo« I o*« lira* radio and baaw 
Par YwkK aab Cali tunday «t* Aat*- 
•kii>* Road Na phan* 

I A kALLA 8PDAN ■ZrKLLPNT'TrbN^ 
3 amnn Prirad ta Nil 0 9*31 

M ODE! A POBD COACH IlM 3 
Appir Mt pan 

CWONO-RANO OB BOTO CAB OVBR- 
I baulad Apply 1939 Taia* Bt afiaa 
It M pm 

U 'BIX-MAOA 3RBP LABOA BOLtlB- 
baarlng ahaal* Wtp ri***- ahrmtwum 

!badv C'Mi Itn to' parU B**t nflaf 
, A73M balar* 19 naan 

\t*ILL TNADf IIJT FORD COACH PON 
7* nldtr pantl or rar AppI* IdM HQ1- 



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PHONA O Jill ' 






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1 Only, paw OUakrtat faak 
I Baal paw W-a wtra *0*0. 

I Baal waw tm* wttw ram 



M Naw dawMa btaada owA 



nairtmri** OINOINO CANARIBB POR BALB - ALL MiayaMral r»»wly dwtamiad ■ 33M 

I,xm THA CHKWP WmcB nivt ba- ArnS'*” ** **• I ’OAT LITTIA HOUBKBAKPmo BOOM 

» aulU " wDi* J. L lane I4M Btor*''-*”'' _ _ ’ lurniihad aaar park and bm Ladi 

?' * bandall. I'd V-OUNO BOLLAH CANABtBA — OUAB- 1 *o» 33P* CnlonlM 

Mngwr Prairk Bc j >itm« WKn# n ira* 77¥.^ . .. 



WAD BtTnNO-BOOU. WITH KITCBKK- TTAOMTIIIED NUBAA AND MCf 

* ' Mia^tantral ivtwly dwcamiad A 39*4 ragulr* wll-cantaintd atiiu a 

f.o^Trmr7foSSiiSi.o-iioa^ ISI. ?3LJr'“ 

• lurnuhad aaar park and bm Lady . ■ j. - _ - — . r 



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AfTOMOBILIE 



ClBB POB BIBB 



itUABLA PABBON WOULD UKB TO I 



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IIMM yOUNO ROLLAJui oea30~ gmom., »*1 

^- 1 1 MM *a4h r*»ll |ratPM- 

’ “ ■ ■ItY ' WIP«'Ktf.AWROP* I I 

. gii|i [ \ nproximately oNf ‘ToM“ijp''eS^- iTRotr 

A Bryaluitaa in Paultrr Braadmc '*\ ond-grcmih alfalla har. batad M* F 
• ® ITIOB PBOOUenOM OP Utang WHITE Phana AlPioh 71Y , 

19.3* Q<i»rh •'"'harm* , _5=,-— 

■ Hardy *(n«k Canal wa<l* prtrai Wrna tar ' 1’^ _ . JT HANDY FARM DUMP CfBT j a wuHNI 



‘ri..— — TTI.J^a 'm~, ..~~..r rm, — ..T.^zr onfurauh»d roa wi i 9 Cabaita > 

I ’IfiA* 4A1IER BAY HOTEL. WARM, aduli* and *eh**l-a*a boy Baa IMt. D/*NBiTlA^ **l If* fhDI\/C ~ .- : 

' waU futmihad raam felltbanHia. Calnnial PONTIAC U DRIVE V*’^. ® 



1,XHI BALA - PBACTU'AU-Y NIW| 
aaPin *ar traibr. Prkad for gutak aab.i 
Apply cabm t. Paia Aaio Cauri 

H UP DBLIvAt. (9000 SNOINE. •' 
fwad lira* tdN ac nwr offar. PTioo* 
CaMwitt 9tJ- I 



garagr- Ona adult niana B 1*24 
I tOUBlA H K ROOM TO BBTrr^'ltdT 

1 ' Vir Wav 



OBU-CONTAINBD UNPUItHIBniD 9> 
raam •uU* ar apartmfwi waatad bf 
middla-aiad raupl* WIU cenaidar dnplai 
Poal Otnea Baa 41). 



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N SW. ATYKL. a - »-TARD OBAVBL BOA ; 
_Phra* ■ It39 

I'PWO-WIUAL TBAIIAR '|4t~ atlas' 
I ^ Barrtr* Btailan 194 Cook Btraai or I 



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$100 

$300 

ON SPRING MARKET 

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On Your OHkd $uppl*tt 



t ' iBitraaiin, 
lARLY II 
lAND PAT 

1 Wail Pa* 



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IB PBOOOCnON OPlARnB WHITE PhanriKSTtaY iL.'T '•«*•• •"»’ Ml T>-[ ffWO ^NBBB PBOPLI MC^A B AND 

aa« wiira vianp Ai.Erw (•■•Kar... - — - _.|f«>f>to • • d*B*M*r rtgulr* thraa ar fawf-riimn 

*(aa Canal wa«ta artrag Wma far ' FARM POMP CfRT 1 1 lURNtaHED LHK ROOM mm*, ****^ aal l -rarital ivad Phan* O *1 19 

•ling raiatagua an ihia nrr heard I ' . •• haraa 9 w Ra**-:|f gn^ju-n,,!, aavrrthlac touad Phana. tOB 

V CYflfTCa HAIRA-KAMPR '•••• M*«*hacln to IW3 ^IW ftamaruM^rm T’Hai9fTLY BBQITIWD ^ THBIB OR 

BALB-APPBOA TWO TONA Op; ’iiofTwrKMPiUfi u ’•"■'••• ’»•*•'* M awarimant. fur- 

Paanirb Rqld HMlwr T*r IMW V hay . uod far Pad.luig awly Wbai ]’ Y,!t **‘***y’ bnlurntabad, by raapaaalPl* 

, , j aftor** AppT IM Hrlmrkiin Road I ^ workm* man, int Pandora couplr gnd baby WrIW O Duncan. 4)1 



II M PBBDAY FOB 41 MILBB 



tM PORT R 1MA 1 



PMOHB a UM 



CMiam radt* and air 



rniGNcnto' 



\*AW HAMPBHINB POUATd ROT 1 TT BB TI H R ~ CATPLE PIOR BTC 

aigJito MtT*1ir iSTpt *55: 

- ' law and a cguaia daal phawa Balmaat 1190 



Dalla* Road 



N H TBARLPtO HRNR LATIva PWT =-^ 
• al brardlng vtacb |9 d*h**rad Ki'ia M 
I Bngloat. AIMan *V I 



BOTCLS 



1/OBNIBHXD UOHT HK BOOMS Ml ! t r|i(jprt .youno cQfyptJ W^ BABY. 
* Johnmi k r*B«ir* by Dac. 9*. raama or amaU 

1,’ORNIAHBD HK BOOM IN PAIBPIBLD Iflfnlalmd 

T a..B and warm <l 9CM _ Phali l p*jf Abaibnnma 



dlMtBaadB teamwoA BRDiaadt 
BtaMmawlA Bmlad BbaatA SM. 

«** Iwnaa II m lha Um MIpwm. 

TMI COLONIST 
MINTING DEPARTMENT 



< 2rMJur«u mivArK vittaztvk • w w^»b"u « mmbtotramuwn mm 

• finb r>**r Parllamani BulMlor> «*« T YOONO 

orafarrad o till ' aaupk wiih M rhitdran. I - raam 

i ua*aj lananmant *aif.«wn*amad. ar omau baum 

n fX'BHRBBPmn BOOM FOR WORR-|AHI7 

ina raonl* aiharr a «iaatl rKlld ana — 



m Pambartan 



WASHING MACHINES 

■BATTY >BAAT-UATT AO '-OILBON 

Tama Armndtd 
BaWPtfg M All MAka* 

MODERN APPLIANCES 

I VATM VnOBT PBOirBBMIl 



AUTHOPinO KATTY WASHER 
AND APPLIANa SERVIO 

Wa ChB oM DahuM 

MdUNNAK McfEfLY A PRIOR 



- - - . 4 - - ’ RfWND PtonR pbtyatk RN tN*wcK i r7i^raoT,»~n»ru...--T_ — BucBLAB 

t>AAOT TD LAV. VoP-AIBEt) HAMP A IX ftOTBU AIR. BU* 'nCBBT^ 1 I g(nb r>**r Parllamani BulMlogi «*« T ” YOONO, igj p,*p.tt*n 1 

•*Tmr<:;w*' ““ ” '• r**??; •“ « •*“ ! \;xz — 

YOW IM. PmLCTN Il^^tVIlXA Ujnot QVIKT COMPORT- CfndluJmi^U 

UPBCIAUAT RKAKAD a 7 AND l-WAKK J, /®?S ^ BalUvlIla ] J? «^*r witTba rar^d’ tor'^ darl?J TOUNO; Balm B^n 

^ Altf RO^ I'lPd Mu«t bfjQtfiR* F €t 4 l ilarB FltuPiB K 4 iff? '* FJib M call^rwll IBLARD 

and bm5.r firi/.”JI" .. - _ wU-.^iaipad « mnall Paum. UU Brawd Blr« 

toll d*<a|l. ta Anliwn*. Poultry Farm W„( QUl^ "S.*..” ISl- T J 0 "BABRBPV«o ROOM. UI 30 HNRON whlbmlabad BHI 7 

[Aaarikb n-nd "i.inav Pbon* 2 MW : llninf^-mX'^M?, OuiSi’*Ow\” ... yriBBAN. ' WlPl, ' QUIET COUPLE. I A CTO BAP 

UOLLY CHKTtJI - flRDni YOUR IM* . • >«r^ a*o-rn.n I ATTENTION *• f*' 1 -raaai famiabad t^nOINB RXCi 

r-r-.,? 5 ,„rs.'s'i’ rss 

rpURKET* nnivrRRD OROPH NOW T orkb HOTTRK. Itll BBlMONT-ftiANr K'b<»I* Unlimitad IttA T*f*« erroa* from niahad ar ulmiafiad nil* ar agarunrat I VflCHAAL’B Af 

1 Catoniu ariK dirtory MY I - laa »h brm?tm Hodr# * U A nt«**«yhvjWua« VV^ar Wnuld ' M *bia nafty i 

- ”■ remm* wim nrawKiiai oof 4 . cawfdar boylat atiatlwr fttruimr* Ret i loc. waJdtng P 

ZfVA YEARUNU NEW HAMPwniMt < >UAORA aUBAT ROUBl - ROOMS AND ' T ** ROOMB-AINOLA AND DOU8IAi*M> t^**"!*! , Domlna Biraai ' 

. 1 1'; 

mani fl»c. , ^LABPTNO-ROOM WITH AN BLVCnilC - '* hwom unruniivlMd. toml- , O aaffitr 4obni 

- 5 C «AW KAMP.H 1 BA A-U RHohi' fl, 1 /*^! ’| 2 f.to"LH 2 ”‘^d’lii!i| 5 ^ 

25 liuw* ♦h.r«b.._ yaar and a half . I cVm T,:k>r^'rMi^" * ' «« . _ . | » aB mka. w 



BATBB (7A9S 

3PLI McmtAR AND riUUILBR WTlW RAW BTBAL BOA AND tAOPJ 

t^aa W fmtf-roamad ■•** PBBDAY POB 4t MILBB • lA' tn*a Phnw* B 1*31 10 4*7 PUDBOM COMUODOBA I BB- 

Ph«A* O lift • - _ — DAN rmiam radia and air 

Z, tM PORT rmr PHONAOIIM "pwo - WHBAI THAILAX M* *TL** twotinanar 

^ Barrla* Alauan. J34- Cwa* Airaat ” 

BID — THBIB OR - m4T OLDBMOBILA DYNAMIC ABDAN 

ar aMrtmant. fur- - . -■-u-.-^---. - '.-l YANAl lilt WITH IMT MOTUR | y4 1 Hydra-Man* Cattam radia 

^ .Jy raabanainl* ,1- PTT^A mYIW I ' ' “*Y »3"f • MW ur*« Vary gawd nradtunoar 

rito O Duncan 4)1 a an riww mmiaii ^ ^ 

I * PTo RaL—afNcJiem b w ULLBB Bundayi tOanc 

ioUPLl WITH BABY. * C* Itm antarnmant PbnnaoaMl- CTTyrri n^maiann rvw'nnj aw.Tnw >^RY3 

Jt. raam or amaii, 7~.‘ „.ar-nl.U _n.n.Ti. _i. l ~ — T. VV ^ Mtwl* U*l djm^^ tor »%u lOdfi PLYMOUTW APBRIAL M LUBA 
tornuhtd grnfarably , »^**^***^^^ wbaM^. iau maM TTra^toa go? dmf 1948 SBDAN Cwaiam ram and 

r* and Abaibnnrna. | "jjy a*^d "*”* **^ ”’ trueP nana ■ 4794 I haamr 

...T, .« BUCBLAB 1N8UBANCB AOKncOg 1000 OCTlBNATlbHAL IH-TOR, S2395 

lAAD, BY roUNO. igi pembartan Rda PhanaAii44 I YZY truck V«ry good ca«MtiUan and *a-4TJ 

rhildrao. I - raam > — >npjra _ rnana __ _ runaln* ardor Mn*< tall owner baring, maO POtm*r TUDOR BBDAN I M* 

mad. ar omau bau** AUTOUOtlLB PDtAJtCINii ..**** IIM Caak BNII _ j It4o aruiai muaa- 

CitodlUanal Rail AgraamtnU Olaaamtad lOjto MBiicVRT S-TON PICKUP POr' 

IRAR. BY rOURO Balm Braaonld* - Qnlcb poeWiem IV4/ aala Imw miitna* aad In flrat-i llftOS 



$2395 



1948 



POtm*r TUDOR BBDAN I M* 
aruiai muaa. 



UOLLT CHICRR - fWOnt TtWR IM* , ,o»in>IITABt P hKD StTTrNn iinnm 
^ rhitkj aan rr..m an* *f Canada* ar*i- ( 

bnawo piftiMra farm* Pamnu* tar 4d Maak aptiannl Villa Rlran ar ■ 9934 

nr. 2. 'li'"’" "2’!-’ Ywnllry Br**0- | AftOt BRIGHT ROOM PULL BO«RD. 

YWTOtUA BC mt Farm W*a(h«>ma BT 1> -m.-.,. m *aa-% 



raaiuanci n*ti ngraamanu Diaaavatad , lOjto MnevRT to-TON pickup rm> 
JH7ft'’sSr-9^ pjewaw* IV4/ gal* t*w mu»id* and In f1r*t-i 
ISLAND OMANCCB LTD 1(1*0* ihapa, IIM* la Includ* baatai cM. 

J Broad Birat Pbaa* BdBl lumbar racka _Phon* AMT7 

ioa-Tpobd picwup por aalb ob' 

> Aim BAPABA ABP tEAPICB 1V4/ will (rad* lar aldat madal eat' 



$1895 



yrrBBAN WlPl QUIET COUPLE. MA ACTO BAPABA ABB tAHTICB iy4/ »iii ind* lar aidar madal eai 

K «« arv. ««» ss?J«h«"vrri;»* tu;?" 

IJVRJi?! •••» ’’'‘•r rMm?.“»;it.Tn5WrTu« Trr^-inin-pirKUP *.N-pKBPiE=i 



rpURKET* nnivrRRD OROPN NOW 
1 CalanlU 911K Rirtn** B4T 



CoIgglU ariK Riitary «4T 

J rRARUNU NEW lUMPWHIMt 
pull*'* tn full lai av.'radanally 



I 4/V\ TAARLJNU NEW IIAMPUniHB 
WV./0 pull*'* tn full lai av.'ratlanally 
!flar lHrd> 13 11 ik.'vrrMi Phana BH- - 
|mani MR. , 

' -nc hKW Va'upbHHUi a'mU RlfODB' 
! ZO liUat rhiraant yaar and * half 



I ORKA BOURK. Itll BBIMONT— AI.SI 
^ iB|-raa«* with braakfaat okN4 



I * 1 walla ar hwoia unfunilvlMd. ba*l- 

naaaman nil* and an* 'hltd J y**rc 
I Phan* Mil 



lau * oav Or aati-^ cwMaiato ^^1391 3abnaan dtraal At*** i 

r*^. tomnil fRaa* tuu «**» ^oAV^PORd" PICKUP ~IN~H WP^ i 

SfiySfiSSLHa.te 1936 aandinan. naw Mwrary mata. 1 

CW OOWM^ JARAOE. 794 -KWNADRj ^ ,-rB HM Bal- 

ICHAAL’B AUt> NOOY BBoR -COM- "*»*» • R"*A Phana t Mt3 Na <*»l^ 

•wridt^S^ **Su\ 1 0*^4 Yw'<>.Ti:m'TmucB- 

«tn**rx*‘ vm*l4 iyj4 Ouab. atatllant mator. aaaad. 

gtna tirra. Tmm. BC _ wm.finaik* Phaaa 0 94ia 

■BAM CLBANINg.ruOBB8 MOTOR* ~ * , T.TI ~ij'j.ui--ln art 

aaffiar Johnaaa naACmaara 1 1 OOZ ^®AY PJCTCUP. OYIMRAUUO 

JS?y-*^*?“***'*y'* IVZO gaad lira* wh*t aBartl Tim«um, 



to 4 A PONTIAU ABDAl/ R*4 
\ t 40 haaiar 

^ PLYMOt.’TN SSD|N Baa- 

$1495 

1940 



pbia naftt am Mndat rgpairiL *at»i- 
me waMtnt Pb«* Baaona >t9l 9tl< 
Dongfna liraaf VMatlt. BC 

S TBAM'aAANINg-TruOBBB MOTOR* 

aafii ar Jobnaaa uA Qn aarA 



$1095 



1926 



1948 



ATANDABO TOUl 



ABd t*«an mwnih* mo i;»Wai> 



'rRANBIANT APARTMBNTR RT OAT OR ^ VT •- _.\y ANTED ON JANUARY V-# OR 1 -wasiM 

I waak Kant Aat Hatal BlanahArd Ri T AftOC WARM, CLBAR L.H K. ROOMA * * raam fnrnlMwd apArtmanL aafl- ar* Tit 
_ : 14 forniihad 141 navarnmani Bt cmHainad by gnlai aldaela aaupb Phan*i 



'ANTBD. ON JANUARY V-l OR l- wasitd I< 



1*^ - \\*BB10.Y AND TWANRtBIPT 

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IBU CHBVROLn BPSetAL OB LOXsIwB CAM AMD WILL BATE YOU MONEY 
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80 XM AMT aa n la aByanmd fur yvur ua*. an* not on * f«r you ,n Utu ultra-madtro aittrro 
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WHEN BUTTRO A CAR MAKE A BU ' 
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I 720 lino, gnod nibbtr. IBM IWI 
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Gladwell Motors Ltd. eMiduhN, hbn Apply mb s*tkirk Ar*., 

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$3250' ^7J5 sogin* tlra* and tran*- F/AC 



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INSPECTION INVITED 

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1947 

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$2295 1946™ 



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$750 



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1946 MONARCH SEDAN ARISTOCRAT AUTO SALESI 



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MONTiaT PAYMENTB OM TTIBKB 
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walk-in aleart batbroow aontatoa 4-pe« eaeallani ronditton Rf 
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ftoar. a nodarn cabioat kiuban. a bouaa- Pau .riea 
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bunfatow an twa tota Baaamaot wtin bark lana Tbia praparty waa r««ani>v;mant, h 

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wpaulra with rananalad attirwat Pull 
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UPLANDS SLOPE “ ■ t. Taaia. 

Uaat atuaditaa bdBfalav ka «a« djacrui. UArt. OAT 

Canauun* af IhrM kddrMfaa, Urlat nmm $H 000 GONZALES DISTRICT 

aad diatat-rMdL tuQ Muant baimaat ^ rvyv . 

•Mb OU.O'WaUc haat. SaMrau dtiialt * raaaj bMbUlul atueaa hata k yMra aid >ba«*)r ha* atiwM bwayalaw 
farad* lATfa laadaaaMd laL T^ bMM i **td aa d tuldt atraat acUy a bla<)i and a ' «t 4 raoM* •>!* 4-baaM Mtb> 
baa juat b««a raducad tar aukk mU. l>taU Iran tba au. Thu baau baa t'aor ar«a csmo, fuU baaawnu ‘dritt. 

Murt b* aaM la ba ^ e/\/\ ***7^ LMf aqura (tat aad aoal^Ml ba craf* fUady U ua*a * 0 , 

afpractaiad . $ 1 3/5(X; * manff lma»- mi, yy cbruiataa So’ 



$7350 



DiiPtry GORGE-$5250 • 

UUrLCA loaaa ta atfar* * faar T*»i.*jd «tacca 

Caatratf Mcalad aa aalat atraatektaata tuaaa^<r*. ia#u:aifd tbruuibaai. 

MtBtm. ' fc*C>n«.T.ii'«l nil hraiin, IiMi: lh» .1>UM> 

™* " *ra«»L hr’ a*t«« tank la S-piMt tratfi* 

or — IdaMB-rcaai. t«a badraeaia. HK-ir auaciMd ■*(••*. r.-ppar ptrina. 
liHrbfd. bajluraMh Mparaia idUat la yaad CM^ma loi rr.ir'* aba den i 
RaaMad at Mlkd par atabln « *"i‘ *• ' ki«M tit par 

nsx-n. .... _ Maaib fo»«r» w iipaBMt tThrttwf Haat. 

DOWN — Uriat-iM'ai ^ 

wfMkriita laJlM Raav ITI M \ SAANICH - $6300 

^■Dun romMxoK t.eat tor taupU ar laiall taaiUf, A raal 

Mm al 'TOtWw.MU lApt-aM bwaaauv iMUnna m. 

XXCLOuCd tout mmiTUIlt. Itraocc pnrctv lifi* tI»iod*roain vitii llr*. 

far Itr Mipbam ditirt'* eatatha' aliclUi ai.t iila 



bn tout FDAfltTUIIt. 

AM far Itr llapbara 



CLOSE TO UPLANDS | 

JUr* U a raaOl baautiful ban* 
alrr and nialU tlp-(a.dat# ta tvary ' 
raiparl Xardvaed ftaon Air *a«> ! 
dtuaaad. OU-O-Uatt* bMUaa n*a{ 



1 1 fnur tr*« 
(tdcrad 



Tale* ^*a Clot* aflrt ran- 



•Ml 1 taad badroaaia and l-p* oath. 
ICratral hall vltTi b*at*t prv<ld*« anipta 
[•amib avparau (aiaa* Mira lal «tlA 



. raducad (ar «ukk mU, |b»“ aaa. hoaia baa Caor tr*a csmb, fall baaantnu ‘ iru#. J^rTdaraa and vara 

•• M #i*i m/\ LBf aqaara (tat aad aoal^Ml ba m raraf* lUady U nava dOOCA aJn nfinin^aa^ 



CITY— $7950 



$6750 



raUtof aad a ptaaMbt apM llra^ac* Mr. Taplar 

HIGH QUADRA pumf-rqpa. 11* by U'. nodtra cabunt t 

HOME OF DISTINCTION K?".S. ’r.J5Slu!:;'‘:!S SulS! - MOUNT TOLMIE 
lb a bMutltal aatUbff mt Uv^ uaaa M ^r^Mta^ UuT baMa^M^M^” tar SECLUDED 

valaa^ afcraba ThU U i»«y a badw baauu. uualattas aad a Mauttfal dar* a 

UUI baa nbaracur aad ataaaaiuta. AM daa. Au U yam- aaaw aad •• •aaldba 7-*?!*^“!!?- 

iba iBuaaatUau aaodiUBa la •buh U baa puaaad la aba* it at any un« ; atandiad, ia_ *^* •*'••* 



rraciaiad. . . 

appolainaei m *i*». mU Mr Bar* * rooaoa J*ai*a« baibruaai. and Udndry 
rtoaiaa. d 1 C AA/\ ' *b nu floor anpu Mun aoaiaira 

Mot ■ «l3<UUU|I*t )*rM« auiW Mt baaroKni ap]«b *■- 

]*ctUa<u Qil-f^Uauc bratlbk plAiu. alao 
■ irti akips*. I I airTandlitacia* auaHHarat M aaa raafe 

UPLANDS LOTS |«UI baaau Ban* prnMalM 



Many ipaaM j aM tara al fori '’ran>*n Ufkn« rvam* 
la M ba ap* about U a M tar** <itutnt*rM« both 



■Ub.alaa* dulrict for | viib oak (Uara. 



bib»t ku<b*B. f b»d- 



alvaya bn« kapt la a MBnUaMiit ta tb* 
avoan. naaatnt nttnsr* ball lavtdy 
linnf^oaM. |u*ttulai d)ntB•.r•aa^ l*al 

■P^au badrSaow and baihnunrBbr a FAIRFIELD DISTRICT MUit U bn- 

C rfpct klieh*fl ConcMiad atnlnMy ta t«a rrvmriCUW UOIrtlV.! ,h«. nadara batbroM 

sra..n» aa Ml baMBMrrti arttb raftfta- 5 MINUTES' WALh^ING daanaialrt I badroan 
UBB raan KaatUtnt batdwaod flaoM L . JL V: 'Zi: L“ »*“» rw>m 1 m 

ddoriA bunda urf* Ui TdaiM *itb D STANCE TO CITY CENTRE “*** 

$ 6 o 00 aortnkur ayatan fat li»n* Ovntr laavtni ' ''t ,i,„i ro, ,,t„ on-^ 

.Vt'inna U tb* aoly rtaMo * i • /v^A bun*ala» to ta a ntoa locaUan and V**- 

(at taUttf - - #11 /UUU i taptitont raadman. wttb a na* aaa- wari^rfruily k*»i ♦ % q AAA 

dual burner (urnara aad drtva.tn faraq* broarriy . # ' Zrww 

OAK -BAY “S!:: ^ . 

~ i OAK BAY AVE 

‘fT^naM I RICHMOND AREA 

roan, ruu ettaant aannant »ttn runpwa »aiir» ariv*»av UMai VanaiiBnl 

raoBi H»i-«aur haai Oood lat la U«n &iib<u Ar.it iinautiK. im-uiyw mm a-rnan iidiaa 



Bvaataya: Phana BtMb 



, hana. ataadiaf la X/4 aert tl 
1 1 —* Xla*ar baba aad Bfa* 
luraaqu* iraat. CMiUta at 
Uria ttTUM*tb*>*B- k ai*a- 
Itaad badrooaa. MbtMt blt- 
chM. nadarn batb r oan 
davnataira 1 badraan ua> 
Bimra. with raan (ar addi* 



■KUan >040 On* acr* valtrrroat 
■aadl batch >aauuntlly traad Oon- 



baa*t»Mi pipad bat-air raniaaa. tvu 
■btahad raoova. Thar* u eon u tb* 
bnaeowoi t«r a dtivv.in aaraa* Aa- 
pTMinauiy |-.U» Mmm (aat af (toar 
bTM ikbok daao. bauA* art dOAAA 
raaaonabto tarma. Prtra #oUUU 

■dymr Mnekaodto Iraatata. BIMI 
■telnaivt A|«nia 



I Caoiac^ >ay Cnaabab li>AT him# MOak# at 

■vanlaM BHbt law raan*. •ilh Duraf*- 

tya«( Hfc aa«. but nadara* 
taao aod la food ahap* 
'■lUiai* la nona Quadra 

5 A T o a 1 a biA*^ rircplaea and bard* ' 

11 / woad floor la lUtnt-roam, 
- . larae nadvra biUhva vilb 

Raiay day ln*aatn*nu earvrtotiflf at read a tab VtnaUaa hUada in 
r*«anua ptadiw-inf doaUa propanw* iron (ront rooeu. lull baacnaat 
kkooa ta BtOddB. Many aiW aMoay. riih II A (nraaM d*para(* 
maKiAf MiparMabtot tbai «iU tnyitor farac*. atUbcuva aardari 
.you and ylva yaa aa ta*«n* baaiiai Aad 
r.-ift o( ih*a* apportunittos ax* on *mi flUBURBAB BT V CCO Btm- 
Urmr Kooulrtoa larltad, UALOW at alt rtwmi aa 



JUBILEE DISTRICT 

nx-fbooM BtmnAhow 

A fiat fMata lam UTMf-rooai. dinlay* 
raan. thrauch ball. uub*a aiUi «u au»t 
paatry. «abtn*u, Uira* aadtaan* baili* 
raan. I«U baacwani with plp»a taot*au 
farnar* claoa larq* cardan Im Mhi 
tra** Mpatalc aarafe Haa* #ccAA 
aaaabla wrou olfartd A»kuvf #03UU 
Aa BKIuHm Uati&f 



■udl batch Ba aaUfblly tra^ Oim- I SHELBOURNE — $8500 

nua^ abiUand. $ 5000 ‘***^b***** aitma b«««aJa« tar quiek 

,aal« Aw>««ad«tHM.»d b**<Uf b* *t«pt 
•DUTSDOWB B O A D ^ Ratf am • ^ 
aaciadad. adjaloXna park Batavat^ ; 

Idaai toaaUM. *^Laa*^ $2750 FAIRFIELD— DUPLEX 

BBAca ORira - SaU a*ra vua l« rark aud WtlUl Raad-A M«- 

fUnpaa oTth# atb U*tl. brtr. Mat ^ «a«iu mM 

MMy baaah. ♦rqi -»r ' *'**'•* "w.u* t( fkkkO par awnih. 

Pr«M Sa I 3*3 Btok*r h«t*vai*r nrmiipc fictltoai (an* 

•*■’''*' 'ttntrtfnii, aad iMtuan CIA AAA 

UiNBOOWyrf ROAO .. laH acr* ifk ' #lx.0UU 

(aat traarac*. Only rtnalaiaa let an 

Si*^”**" $2170, PICTURESQUE SUBURBAN 



T^MBa Vaart Repa' 'BvMtntr*. BiMk 



COWICHAN BAY 

kik mr or seatrontaob 
WITH • ACRBB or O ROUND 



flUBURBAB BT V CCO Btm- 
uALOW at kit rtwmi aa 
larg* lot viib (nod gardta. 
g a r a g a. ttartbauaB ana 
grttahauM. Cobtatiu itTieg* 
raan. t«a badrooau. kllabaa 
aad'l*ptoM bathrtan dawa. 
, aad t«a reoiu* fltiad aa 
apartawat apatalrt fuu 
baamiani vlth draok (urnac* 
aad »aah mm EUatrti: 
raata go** wlib bouta ■ 



STOP! 

(Only $8400) 



lTr^V:L IHNBWLTBinLT-OPmUM 
raan. IT a u , vytb larpt grobJU mn **• «•>• •" “ 

lira. po*d*r raeai Living. raan IV g IM' gardva. a alu bua- 

aUa vlUa Ata^U aocb Hr*. T«o ues btd* ■■if* Hvl»k-roen 

raoa* kiteyun knf imtolU BaperiaJly <nr*blac*». dtw lay raan. daa. 
••l^app(.lnl•d ••aUirooni •iib ■•rg* p«o- I btdroona. klirficn ■oMfc< 



_ 1 wod tot u u»n pubm gjif luiotoun* Included. Tnaca gas Brand ««• k-roon kldlaf 

$6950 $ 10 r 750 R"'^ '«• $6500 

HIGH QUADRA *’”"‘** o*tM gffiLNUi^'XbiSjYifthS!** 

nivin ^ 4-aiac* MtbrMM rt» b«M« 

Built about *a yaaL¥* aft. ihu aruatic TWO ACRES— CEDAR HILL'**''*- V’ ^ ■**•*■' 

• and baauiUuUf bdpt hiuna u a b*n* In k.ic\ar oi iai/’'ai r^vk^ **. ** JL*****' .. _ 

Uu dru# tanat at tha ward. BUoaiad in' NEW BUNGALOW «(ul bw and eaa bt <10 500 

a banuUtuI gardM Ttalki »ub U«ma. n»U to a ttn - annart* A »*u — l Lr»«/vv 

vi^uabto abrub* and (rult utaa. and <o«i. gom luu • tanatfootwo) *roVR*ROOM Malar Ttrdtoy 
n'l^tii^inyi^.i^' kuT/yr ■nTlCCO >IMflAtdi.W, mtb luU baMnaot. ’ 

$7350 - K*c''.b!s;r':uci“.rvrth fairfield - vacant 

• 1 f?*^i**^ ba**mnl. hal-ai/ baai. driv*- lu^j dNpUc* u tha Uvlat*roooi. oak . .^ 4 ^* 



aad abrub*. 

Met . 



CAOMRO BAT BOAOx-aiOf acre IM i 
ml (raataat. tmUaklag gnU coum i 
JcaUMlralM j ^ ' 



PICTURESQUE SUBURBAN 

oiL-o-matic 
hot-water heat 



A b*auti(ttl vhu* atuece buiigaiob. ulua* 
OTLAXM MAD— 0*a*4hlrd aar* hign ' toodtra ta daatfn-' -* tr w r gr«*ltuB 
UoaUoa Bandy (a galf ^ | -v-ipe ' ban* la a attort dutrtn at r>*« honaa. 
Mdy. Oak utM Me# # I //3 ' raaiurai aal tlaort thruughaut. taru hah. 



taak tar Ikr. kkrtgbto 



V/U A^roco^ioT bl«h b*krm>M attarbrd gaiagt mu 

' trvrrwiN i aactpuertai bun* it tituattd an a ito t ni 

Btaht M in* aater’t Mm — .« ■“* BuT*r. W TM a** loakkRf for 

Mb “ iJi.’rirr/M^^rr.na'^qi: •• »• 

boagalf Many utiMual (M- “ $13i650 

■ara u d«pM«aw $13,650, Tam* can ba arraaaad 



14 1 10 lifuif-tiiaca, gMt' -iu* dlainc-raan. 
a l«T»ly * U « M a >n i tia u • aunt y cr >tun« 
art raan. I tort* brantotaa 4*pf* batb, 
lull htoh bttrmrui attarbtd raraat mu 



(Ontv S8400) ••l^app(.lnl•d ••aUiraaai •lUi ■•ra* pt«. I brdreoBk. kUrficn ■aaefc< 

' III*** ^ f atparat* ,«h 0 «rr catn 3-ptoca bathroon aad uulilr 

trpu haven i te*n thi* ham* It i luvrr PlJ-o-wfP* h*aiiit|. doUbJ* garat* and ruon Ftll baa*m*pi vlih 

haea o(r*r*d barer* And If* % liuto S,*"** fottJtWiaa^ (latbiag pool ptor tad KA lurnac* Bdbartti garag* 

riMjily B«lt ptwar V*ry madam tfMi *•**' Taata aaly lai 

tbraod b a m A *| H * I Am .tmmma Pull mm- MBB Met . #1 0 ,/ 0 \J triOWW TO FORT dtraat and 

L^*.. *»*I* ?•*.■“’••••! Waah* fmf pttrtbtf lafematiea Ptaaaa Aak fa* ♦tahding *n I tea. tbu dlgfil- 

S!l •*??*. OiUl' a t***^ rwT%mm (m^mim Ptaaaa A*k lot . ,^,jy ^ fclifiia 

tfon ii-ninuu bu* RrautituU* land* , *•“ i r*am to being ntlawd for 

%k‘r,Z: Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd. ki,»-~“t£ 



PUU cMMflt baaaawnl. hal-au baal. drIv*. 
ta garag*. L«« taa*a C T A CAA 

fuU prtot 510/500 

OAK BAY 

tight rMn* oa a antot Mr*a» Ouod 
lamliy hem* er ruUabw lar t«v*iiii* pur* 
|iA*** Ha* guel.aia* .Ivl/ig'raon aad 



• H w* w.wg.roeiB. omm tnt>. *. 

(IMT* tttod bathreon Tru acf« oi: *^ 

da*p biark * 0(1 Bahaal and iraaaperU- 2 ?. 

.tlotk BMr aad vtUxtB tan nlntia* of jiv ing ram m 

ih* *ny Mnir* Pruiu. rntmmr mi td **?f*f y“ J?i, 

' rJS' "■**" $ n /600 5 “irV'raen. to baa-nam, 

tarn rau. yrica « i i /WV/V j, i,yjer*d M tito attrattivt 

riaa** abona Mr Btrrlndloa 
o idfd 



Many utnmual f*a- 

$13,650 



CQOAA btan aaiUftf* Kiirbtn wltb 

#O^UVJ I nit^iry It Four large btdraana up. I 
ifuh mmmmt tianmaai a»*a*»ii puMpa \ 

.. $89501 



arut tl 
Ua)vr Yardtap ^ 



$8850 



0 ««M toi 
Me* 



ton Investment Co 
Limited 



$4900 



NEAR GOVERNMENT HOUSE 

Daliabtful ataoM ranrh-tyaa bunga- 
lt«. OlartM* viemi nf Mt aad 
n*unUtr>i hai waf*f Kraitfiy Partv 

jrrx.'r:''* $ 12,600 



Bwluatoi Atrau 
Ibapacuoa by AppoiainMt O^y 

Waaaa Aofe Car Mr Balla-B*** . o am 



Pemberton, Holmes, Ltd. 



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lOM OOTBRNMBfT BTRBTr 

Gsi24 



OAK BAV 
$8500 



J raund fleer and ] lari* anf 
taial’ bvdraofd'an tbraanar 
(leer rutnptoia lb* plaa Tbd 
hfailag plant to oa*ra,*d by 
atiemali* veal *iak*r 
aad tba price i* 

NKW BUMOAtOW. ad rtadr 
Ito (akt pciMMien w la 



SAANICH— W ACRE 
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A •tU-built han* •Uh tacvpilaa haB 
-* tniwg i aana. dta iap r e am , kltchaa atUity 
rtam, toaUireen and l«a bPdrnoau dawa. 
Tm b*4rao«B* up Rardvetd flMtt ta 
*ner\f\ Uvlaja/aem. dimaf-reen 

#0500 badrean nil rtncBl baatnaai. 



Limited 

ffo mw «TRnr i^a^ 8>i3i “LJ 

III a awatb Thto U a anap 

” ” i hi ttik “III ••*■ 

I yeur Invrtilgatlea 

MDST tr>FAl EHR Mr Rnbtm er Mr Mylrtt 



$4900 



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ba* vatvr h*awr 
grttnbauM, ebtebva 



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houM Bvaal 



MOST IDEAL FOR 
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tub* and I In that Mntalna a viih ftraplac*. 



SUBURBAN 

A cMy t-raoia atbcao baa- 
gale*. nn, (irtplM* 4-pe« 



ykrtA. |hird«ead fleor. *t«td carnal aad tapvftry u j m /na 

caalUul [ plMt*r. T*a btdroeau *iih ampl* rlaa*t *2J' *Tha^anMto $4500 



FOR TRADE | 

^ A beautiful OFLARm raaid«n*« | 
ly nadara and ap te data f*ev t 
taa larg* far prvaeat nva*r Will 
Uka tautUr bcua* in pan *irh*nfa | 

k— Naat aad yoaipaci l-raon nuceni 
bungale* RerXLABD DtBTHirT 
Otl-A-Maur Win cyrhanf* aa 
ap Mt nant keoaa 

flaaa* nail Mr Bnp* «r 
Mr Maih»*ann 
nr«*niafi o mr> 



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AM ftr MR WRTrtBT aa AR lha Abavt 
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W'dI 1 .—^ — ... ^rriT- icT wmr\ ^d fir nm t ir t i T h — r i r ~ ‘ 



, mr«t pr<-ia 3 ln«fii rnnirar’nr* 
iCsfr.pitoM vatranc* ball 



ranMMd liviaa-iddn and 
idlataa • reom «lita Hrapiar* 
and hardwtukd (iMr* rabintl 



fand cn 1 rkB/(x rla'ion 
Met 



THRn-BBDkIOQM FAAUl.V Hi/MB and hardwond (iMr* rabintl 

kl'cbva, !•« b*draam* 4-p«* 

— Bacapiiomny •«ll-butlt rattdenra in at* Ftaibroa* latbrean aad 

rUiaJva diatrtri mi flna aurartiva baam utility roew Ifot-alr (erevrl 
Fvtiacitr* antraarvi haU to*4i lata »pi«- ■*■•' Wtrtii (ar *torwie 
r'ou* Itviaa-rMn •ith larg* titremiv* I*W vL'.LVf..* 

R i t ^AV/ICC nCAl T\y firtplar* Full lU* dinlng-roeni (amily •( be® rAbn aad aw napUi- 

11 . DAVIES REALTY '*bla*i ktuhaa. three large bedreoau ■» •Ul.haadl* at 

run buMCMat *uh ha«-aii haating ucvit 

■BAh BBTATB AND BOARD INBURAMCB *»ipa4 h*al, Sapartt* garagt Vilb dri**- UU fU -MODERN (UUy 1^- 

•ay Large. •»H land*cap*d tot laid aur to‘td n«w aiiKre k-rtem bun- 
in tavna. aardaa and (rah irtaa -how k*'** •* ■•'?' 
nAV RAV ,TaXB8 for appcimnant to «*• pUaa* Ruadra. Wali-tn-wall cameU 

O^T f.O ua THORN LOB O «m tome*, in Uflr>grama d I n I r. k- 

mi WOT WATER UEAT Bttdl. ronvn. hail and bedieomo 

WIL-rrWI WAICK rTcAl Hvaitlawr (Itvolaq Rubber 

THREE BEDROOMS SELKIRK WATERS 

gTUCCO BUHOAUIW dim rMU an an* 0(L-0-MATIC ' ^*atUf*v in bMrnem 



HERE IT IS 



$9400 



POOCA *r*'*d iron kiiclitn by a bar. 0(( kit- 

DoYOU vb*n a utUity raan «ith tuba iranlng CtTV 

,Mard and tnara lac vaBhint marrunc Ai- 

iMhea farad* vith aanvat fltor and dtiv* , gtHMc baiuala* M 4 nanf 
5?** ''i'® "*■• 1 (irtplare 4-p««. bathrton 

'am Will ba finuhvd la M tTAAfk eeved caiUng In imhg-rtoia. 

day*. Frka #/ ZUU vaUnM kitcnan larg* aoraar 

ba* livlog. fTirn* If Dtalftd/ lot. nicely l*n/*4 Con* 

ay kiuiton, ' icrou *autd b* arranged 

l.:.^F?il' OAK BAY 

tub*. »»m 4 VK*na Mim.T . ■ evnuw^a Mr Rsberia 



BRAND NEW Sii-'* $7200 

mu al<rarty*t mocra hana ha* liylog- fTirn* If Dtalftd/ 

rea m •Ith Areptact: brtghc Minay klUDdn, ' 

lhr**-ptor* Fvmbrab* bath. (*• ale* bad- < /*\AH’ OAA/ 

(OMi* Vilb cedar-luwd cwpbnavd* FuU wAr\ RAT 

tcawni baieauni Laundry tub*, nw , * TRARB BUILT • I nvrtn/wva 

furnae* repimr plhUif. drlft-ia gvragt I 

In Baanirh. iIom. ta 'raa*t»erta(ton ® Nnrtb. b*t«v*n 



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lOAX. RAY— Bm-iam ■^ -§-11— mtah B 
' bvdruoau and totvlv Uving-rvom wltb 
rirvpiarv, baaenrnt. (arnaaa. aaparaia 
g*ra*r rear ki, rbvn t«e beautifully 
tiT*d loto vub anal* Iran Taaaa 144. 

Mr flt'btv 



OAK BAY 

4 TRARB BUILT • I BRDROOM* 



$6450] 



BEAUTIFUL-HOME SITES 



[arbaol. Open (a taunadlai* •reapancy •id Lanadoen* Road Anana DCAw I irvi-‘'iv.' 

I Tb* rc*j at reoatruciton to M kOg ! todd^^lw** aa a ba*all(BUr-k**t tor«9 , . rneioeiiiM I ai arraa 

WHAT OFFERS' vHh Uvea and omaatcntal ihntb*. 1 1:. *^"??^*i**. .i.* .. .!!!■ 



ONLY J2600 DOWN , » » 

,|TES NEW AND LOVELY 1 ,*6650 

U thto aurartiva Ultl* bunaato* a( (our •trvllvni Itoor plan reuld uaa ) bvdrnona 
larga r*oou Reua* haa Ikrg* ptc'ura •is- Full rnncai MMOiant. (urnac* Baparata 
ido«*. •niraaaa haO. larg* Itvmg-rncim ■•ratr Sasall lat LOW TAXW BOMB 
AAv\/Nys Nlfli aak near* and tlr*piaci i«n gnad- TSHMB 
SxzOO k'**® btdmaflu 4-pi*r« F*mbr«kv bath- Mr Arthur 

{r*am full eablnat ktirhra and .-umIim 

ro»m •lib tub* Can b* handlmt •lih g^CAA MANflt# OAR BAT 
IIOM flc*n and balanc*. locladinf ' »*rvi_-#/Ovv OROTRRT artd c*mf*cttonafg. 
lai abeai III a mtaib <LA'^00 (•«*"l»-*ia* *ui« for Hviiia* 

. Fell pci«* 900\J\J *uarivr< neragv Ttmevvr apermn- 

<400 ai afly ll nao a month CIRTtndRTANrflB 

VrV I'l I I I'Vir I FTTBIT BAt# «lT ihu Ihrlvtng builnoM 

; TLAJ LL LIRE .CaU at thto aUtoa Aa* furthar p*y«aalafg> 

Thto n*« vhii* bungaiav aimeoi r*ady far Wr Arthur 

arrupaney. ««n*iMinf af rntranr* had _ __ 

larg* livfhg-racm «4lh nak .*taer» and ♦CQCA'I’F** AOIOOL CLORV Of 

V firvpior*. lee go4Ml-*U*d b*dciw.m* Fvm. #«/7.JV/ Brand n*« 4-re«w tt u *aa 

' brek* baihream. fell aaiilrut hlicbcn tiih bungatoe ycpil batemvni wHh famaaa. 

mwr bar and dtnMia Vttllty raeio •lib- itb Drlvt-ls garag* n*outirul Uving-roaw' 

_ Th*r» u as attaebed garag* otMl ih* •lih ritvara,*. rkbirut klirhvrt. (towbrob* 

• •nrklpanahtp h* Ihto hnue* U ATAAA 1*11' Tvrm* 

avraumi threugbatii Fall pnea #/ 4Uv Wr Dtckto 



eCAglA >dV k-raum bunM$M 

#Oa 3U ruvly deecrai*4 Intida and 
oat Full bcavomni. fumav*. aavarata 
garagt II VM will liapdic 
Mr Arthur 



A COSY COTTAGE 



•V. wnn ane urnuMmivi anruva. I acailraU bead 

I five rtoou cn c ihrough-hall pits. •IU» S?,h*‘jS.^r mau PMu- 
hardwted floor* in oialn mm* Bdtral?'*** 

IfuUy-nnivfwd bedrteai. plaaUrad end »uh|**^ * aaertfle* — 

I elothac ciaa«t, in a high baacmem •Ith | nNaa 



gTUCCO BUHtlALOW dla rMoa «i an* 
ritcr Aparisiimotoir tea ••**• eM - Larg* 
ilvIsg-raMp au*ai-alaa dlaing.rtem A 
wt*ly laoklly beat*. In a (Iral-riaa* to*a- 

lAMingm., $] 4,950 

GORGE 

m ow L OCATION ■ Four citra larg* raoou 
MODBRR Fall c«n*nt baamnani (utmm 
driv*>in garagv Quirk pet*v**i«n T*rm* 

X"* $7950 

NEW AND dignified 

wr v cco BOHOALOW — FUtr apwadid 
rwoam ^ua utilllv raaoi and altachad ga- 
raga Clnaa la acheoi and trafiaponatlM 

^«n, gm Wi J7200 



OIL^-MATIC 

~ TCRMII - 



OF VAU#Y 



$9500 tra*tlv# n*w ti**-rcoPi bun- 

• . ***‘i*n i«« "« Quadra 

-•totkirt Waiar* Full baaenwni and driv*- Katurn inelad* ai-(«ct Uv* 

-T5?f*'***'^*’ ' baihroem •ti/i gtdaauJ ba- 

Offlet. BJIbl' Ae#iM and lU* in kit- 

Irbmi aad ttility room, tito 
SS2S0 »lr»k- “* "OT WATER 

jjjl^ eeppar pipini 

SI5CX) CASH .Virad l*r rang*, inaulaiad 

M daya' 

Ft*a roMB* Oldar-iYpv bungalev rinev poaaaaatan 
in ta rity lammltatr paaaeaalen Rinall 

lot Flaaa* call ME. 'ntORKtlOB O OT> IN nOW LOCATIOR apiaBatt 
lOrtue. BItOti tlhrr m« bo*n*a la Baaatch. 

Mdar-ibak* buAgaiog wlih 

CLOSE IN-OTY X-L-am"*^ 



$ 1 0,500 WITH GLIMPSE OF THE SEA ' 

your fernUort nn/Np/N •' ■ '*® *1 •*•'* •“*« 

LThu la «a* e( Uioat dallghiful mUa plac**. Frio* SoVSU If®** <'•'*•* 1 * a naval 

[*® hard to find, that give* true mtaning to nfficor vhv la iramfvrrad 

ih* -haato- Th# aaitlag la tyntcally /’nal/ oaw •'> *• 

BrMtifh oiih ua t«a lata In laFna. ahrub* UAI^ DAT aarrlficlng for 

and fnm trm Aad tha attraciivo •hiW- /ni. va/a-rrn ucat . . 

aiding bungnle* (a ctmnly charming. 8 aaH' OIL HOT WATER HEAT ' Mr Uviraa 

vaaiibiila. lovtty larga Ii ving-roegi with 4 RSDRooMfi — oiitcic KMUtMdmM 
brick llmlar* and hsrgenod (laor*. tno ■»»»«>■•« QiilCH POWlBB 8 l«N 

gMd bodronm*. brtoht and chovry Idichcn About M y*ar* bull, and Ip n»w aondiilon .... >%v« < . 

•Ith braakraai nook threv-ptoca Mlbreom, N K A bom* of 4 badroom* LR dii.ing. KING REAL 

and uilliry mem Baperat* garag* Thl* «*«» and kiubtn • Full boMmcni aitd iNiivsa 

I iwly place to In imfnaruUtv rendlilnn drl*c-ln farag* NIC* let In an •aelualvt Iktl OOYERNMEHT IT 

A... /NAA. ' Ftavcaaton «C7CA f®t*dmitial diairict Fa***a«ioe can ba had . * 1*1 

$11,200 Fric* #5/50 in a fa» daya W* rcpati ih# nicaar pari , ■vawta.m 

4 / I r f Aww , 4( g 1 *N iNCn avnniivuv 

' Full prica *H #1 V'Y5U 4 *r Rina - .••••• 



KING REALTY 

Iktl OOYERNMEHT NTRETT 



$400 



•lih riivpr 

bath . ate 



rkbinvt klirhtrt. (tombrobo 



j^^n, gm HP J7200 $2000 CASH .S.v'tr 

FOUR-MILE CIRCLE 

FULLY FumrtBMSD - Fivwmn bun^- aJ?'i:: 

lav Fall aaaitni baaemvcii. (umac* Bliu- gAya' pcHaatioa Ftoaaa — MR rnrinlao** and ROT WATER 

atad *B appnitlmalaiy V cl an acre rHORIfls^ ,<M(Hv BMAIi .luraacc (toparai* garag* 
mac* aody IH Lltllng MAA «*7nnA '**"’ 'otn». »w»*l ifcy,ii 4 , ham. napnEyy oi»a 

Fvta* #7UUU A D/hnkAC /MiArNDA 'bulU-tn rtfrlaaralor go »lih 

4 ROOMS— QUADRA jib* nuoa* Lar## lot 

JAMfeS BAY ! $5950 '*'*'*" *" 

im»g-»®OT* •«h aal tloan and nt-"vn)!j! fllm^th^'Tina'Mi^ 
ftytglae* TWRSB BEDWOOMfl. Inra^h iracuvt fitfslaat i*a badraam* and family buniaio* on largt lat In k 
hall, kllchtn thraa-Moce ba’hroeiR *to* kitchen J'ull baaaiMtst Ret air rhahv •actian t( the city 

AM Mt. ticaly Itnead Qulf k _**““Wnti lurnar* Separate garage Oood garden Thrpugh h^ llvina-roo* 
BapamM gaPago and •oodahvd Uount Ptoaa* rail Mr 'raOtHBLOB OfMf SL i^;* flr*plar«a. 

* $4300 '**^‘** ,dlBtng-rcom badmom. kll- 



BROWN BROS. LIMITED, high QUADRA— $12 



, HIGH QUADRA— $12,000 

(BM-d ltll< „ 0 ,r WATER OtL-O-MATTC BEAT Mr Rnbarta • 

lUl^n-iard B* Fhoa. t nt,-* p,., i. . r.md«ida-bnm prfar 

M*aib«n of Raal B»ui* Board af Ylataria "■■ * U«tng-raaa. don. kllrhrn dinlnq- Ma)cf Tarain 

ream and aa* btdream and tbr**-pler« I 
bathraoci on ih* graond floor Op a** I 

■ thrt* more bodreemi ar>d thrte-siav* 

baihraem B*tr*m«tv «an bap4— In Im- 
■aettau canditton thraagbavt N*v oU . 

■^Ai.A.v V.AVAA 4 . a........ *"'* ■•* ■•*• •* radlaiart far acirc \ 

NINE-ROOM BUNGALOW »it>dav ed at>g KinoTw 

■vfA. WNC^TT pcrtmcnod inia firm cat ream. MHPdiT NOKiH 

TEN ACRES •orkthep Baparai* gkrAgc, _ 

— IBaian tool heuaa About l*n fruit Irve*. BkcapUeoal 

I CMtoacd by it acre* -af ba^rital parkUk* , livu •( brrritt and bglb*. fl*h pool, ihrub*. bungaMm \ 



Ur Rina - 
Mr. Turtiaf 
Mr Tavtor 
Mr Robarta 



BoeeirMni •Ith rupipui raam 
>rfrepla«*i aoA ROT WATKB 
.(uraacc (toparal* garag* 

■ Brn^t ham* ~1kUfiEry and 
'butli-tn rtfrlgacaiar go Htth 
; lb* huoa* Larta lot 
iFrtot radteed to 



$12/600 



: : : .* : : : ^12 cabeldu & aaay, ltd 

UH BROAD wr 



- imk 

- O Iflkd 



NINE-ROOM BUNGALOW 
TEN ACRES 



OAK BAY 

NORTH OF THE AVENUE 



ay la arret -or te^/Koi parkllt* ><>i* •> narriit and bglht. n»h pool, ihruba. 
and. a Mgh-ciaaa and MrfVrvocu* bunga- etc High. Mg let and vlav cf Beak* Biiu 
to* nf rune cpactoiM rimnu A totali horn* RpaeidUi- rtema Cemfortabtonvy* and 
•litrviuietnaaa. b*ag(y and wclaaton Rot- ranytntona* la tha keypate B*ing «tl>! 



vTJK? *552??. Thrmigh hall: llvint-rou* 

BLOB Ot$)y Jjn have firtplar**. 

.dlBtng-rcom badrtwm. kit- 
ctwn. neck aad 4-p»a*a Ftm- 
^5750 broke baihraea Hafdvnad 

iflaaea to main raaM*. dai 
; baa a cupboard and retfld 

ba oaad aa a aoMPd bed- 
,«pw with Ml- raaai ILR wator boat; ai- 
a FEU baaa- tarhad fftrafa Vtitaflaa 



•ater beoiiag 
Ouacaa Frlce 



$13/00Q 



FAIRFIELD— $5750 ralm*’22 

R. H. DAVIES REALTY | 6 ROOMS 

Ml TATEB rrWEVr FWORB OMtl|oidar-typg. aaendiy-bulti hoaw with Mi- rnaai ILR wator •>* 

mt«au aawMoton Tarma FEU baaa- tarhad garagt Vtiwflaa 

— A 4 »A Mr PMtd to a 6 rnamt, We- bUada Attra«tlvt 

OYIta • OIM • Bilik raUani aardea toi Flaaaa qpU MR. eanton 

*a..h» Haai Raard THORNlLoB. O OTI iOtflea, B tlktl 

MambPr Roai mmato mMr« I ■UHOAtOW, baiM 

I by day tabar and teaulning 

HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 



DUPLEX 



rap iuJW miad la ttad tatiania at ktl par 
month, tawar fUiw vacaai. A gaaa-tatna 
buUdmi In nMUaal canditton 
I4M« VIII handlt Fne* #OjUU 



$13-000! 



only bvrapoa th* awp«r* family Ra* 
gtnwB unall CAn ba attn only by op- 
mHmment 

Call Mr fUoplfWlaeh 
Bvtnlnga. Ontgalta M M 



HEISTERMAN & CO. 

I till BLANEHARO BT. B< 



GOODSELL REALTY 

la FIMBBtTCN* BUILOtlfO 

Vb®*® B mi EaaldaMa. O Ifkl TOWNLEY 



ESQUIMALT 

ww I III llll WITH WIOR Yirw— 'HOT - --- - - - 

WATER HEAT-FUU.T BELF-CORTAIHED g* 

BAflBMHHT flurrs 

#YAA(^*~*^***^* bapgalp* M gutot HAGAR'S 

#7000 toratias. Vlth *to* af Urn 

vatort. to a»od raaldanilal araa LJvlag- 

fporn. THRBS REOR'XniB •Hh radUiar* DAV 

r Minfl T 

income property 

*/^** y**SL ^ W#lt Viuatad M gaod dtttetrt; emvtntont 

■— ** ,H“ ®*y ^ .hKplhi. ifaMparuiian And arheato 



vatort. to am>d 
fporn. THRBS f 



HAGAR'S 

OAK BAY 
INCOME PROPERTY 



plae*. fpar-ptoa* Pembraka 
tbaihraam vlth tedaatal 
baaia, *•«• aeUlPM. gparter- 

cut aak flaark. mpal-linad 

gi kttrhen mblntU. •indoa* to 
elnib** flo*«* laun dry >uh* 
and ROT - WATER HEAT 
Chnie# lerailep Pith *Mv # i a 
of goH llnki 



Fotr-rtam •laccc bungaiov rna 
baaaaicnii, lagtlkk let to vary gtad 
aasdltlaa etota la Fool Ray Read and 
but ftrvico Cbkh payoMni kl 4M 
■atoBC* rtntal dCOCA 

parmenu Frtoa #D4DU 



OAK BAY ' Ralane* rtntal 

Near Vicforio Dnd Cenfrol Ave. * ,^'*'®** 

<10 nnn~* tn/e-ream mnAtrn^ BETTER PART OF 

^ aiucca bnnaatow l^r••/^ALr a a v/ 



pMmMng to «MdRm T»o aaif-romalnad tulta*. thaplM Mh 

KgarJmr^i.’iS: “ $ 69 oo 



_ KER & STEPHENSON 

Tf UklTTED 

i^KhMto' Mrmbqn. R*«l Ettatt Raarg af Ytoterto 
^ HI oomunflorriFr FHOwioim 
r Thto to , 41 ^, Fhtn«! ■ kUk. B ftkl. O Mil 



V/V/V aiucco bnngalow tmrg* AAV QAV 
tlrtoa-rmepk open fir*piaaa. dining- art T 

rjem. IP« gead-*»« btdream*. ,, . 

i*!SK.4“|{£; ) “ % .»■ 

Fni baaamtni drive-tn gnrag* 2f y.,.^ 
Ovntf OMNlng la YanMuver Open 
to offer lur ft* Hr MrVey 
<wmi (tS 4 y«i ptoaiad la 



Hare to a toeOy atmi-bana t to * with 
aU tba aemf/vto yo« bavt kpen Mak- 1 
tog r«r. *lj»v*ty to toot at dcllghi-l 
ful to U«t M. ' Call na l«r forth** 1 
ptniealar* Mr Chrttttnwn wfU b* 



Barapitooal valna in • t-ra«m 
bu'tigttow vUh fnli btit m tnt nad 

b«i air rumaeg In ptrftci can- 
dluai inmde nat tnt. LavtiF 
lo«n asd lardtn Coovtnuai 1»- 
catiar an good atrett Quick poa- 

$8500 

r*aac aak fa* Mr Wlrbe 
B*a* Otiq I14X 

THREE OUTSTANDING 
VALUES 

Thrta homaa nffered ever tha 
**H-eod at lha *gr* bmiam af 
today * prtvailtod gnaaa Thrat 
•hanaa* ta an to <m tht hear* 
beet barguna 

ONE Flat gang tlaaa raama ctam 
ta. famaca-naaiad and ddO^n 
rnrm plnmblpg. only #Qt3VJ 

TWD-Eigbt goad rnema far larga 
home a* r***nn*. danbto ptomb- 
Ing. rcnvgntoni attraguve Thart 
ta na ball** arte* an ewOAA 
the market */ 

three a to*ny ntw tnbnrban 
heme af ft» raem* •!•• «"» 

•ttraeUtt wrivwitoneat, ttortfle 

$7650 



STEWART CLARK & CQ. 

SPECIAL 

HOLLYWOOD CRESCENT 
FIRST time LISTED 



MECHANIC OR PRAIRIE 
MAN'S SPECIAL 

^CAAA-'^HMtpON tfSAO 4-mlto eireto. 
#OL/UU Net t-raam BtrNOALOW 
vlih aablnei kitrbrn toveiy larga lltlng- 
ream 3 badrwm* baihraom at* Ldffg 
lot- Fhana Naieral rvnira (ar CTNTOia 
YTORK mt ptoeahlrt*. rwarv tilling, aa»d 
lag. rulll*a«)ne el* and 

a-}/V*\A <®* HOMO FEROOBryN TIUe- 
##UUU TOR Pto«gh. eemlar fuTIto^ 
**«ac, Made *%• *(r . and 



$1300 



far n*« Bendia WAdNER ttoW 



tlrruiar/rtv hea'vr radto rhv*t*rn*ld ael. 
bedrvKm and dinetia aaiua au 



CBARMINO FIVB-ROOMBD WUHOALOW , * "r* lt*rail*v bualftim gM* M 
•HA a Vtow af aea and RMvnuina Unag- 'Purr-haavr />f the abeev Terau aa 
raam, dtolbf-raam, nto* ktrahan. «•• b*d- <l'*ma mar_bt rnn il d g r i d . 
fccm*. I-ptoa» bnibream and aunparrhe* Mr tMcAi* 

(rant and raar Full baaetacat Pith lata — 

af rupbaarda OtL-O-MATir heatine I 



Dtlva-to gatapa 

oyrtr 



$8950 



iM*mb*r R»a> ■aiaw Hard mt Ytotartal 
nu BROAD ■TREVr 
Day Fhtnaa B U41 • I 



$4950 



STEWART CLARK & CO. ^ 

$t« FBbfBBrroN aiMo fbohs o mi 

Mr WaUa, B4SM ar Mr Bnepail Bin KEATING— FARM SPECIALS 

lAvt-rm>m ai«r«a atml- ddCAA 

iboAgato* OP out Anti laho#43(a/ 



OUTSTANDING VALUE 
WITH OIL-O-MATIC 
H.W HEAT 



> Mep noftoubv/i atewa IH-atory mml- 
jbungtlo*. faN baaemanl, ' dCEAA 
an FIVE Ar|ttN LAND #DOUV 

FOUH-WOOM FRAME ■UHOALOW - FuH 
baaap toht. bathraom. and elaetrto gg m p. 

$5000 



$8950" 

hall, Uetod- 



— k-T«pm bungalaw at •hita 
•Pdar aMtof «tth tntranm i $q300' 



(uTl aining - 1 ____ __ 

H(. A. ROBERTS LIMITED 

B W baator WIrad W alaWri- ranaa ' ‘2^ 



-BeLMONT-ODFLEX. ap>aR*> 
dawn Bnrh win* •oatolad 



ptonead to Miop tht* home 
Th* praatpt mmim to pnJy * 



thraa raam* and baihraem: fuU baaaoMiM 

aad boi-air ftmac* Imwtf will* avnih 
Bkl* fc* awner . - 



$8500 



CITYx-. GORGE 

PTTI fbOOMD-HEW-TRim BKmoOkM 



BXCLUWVB 



LAKE HILL AREA 



dQAAA Rarantly itdwaad IHk. avnat tmmadiaia paaaaaainn ta thto eamparl el*nn 
#04UU afftra fin* tk n aca bangato* at and pell - •anairwciad maderaiaad boa- 
Mto ngw prlaa (»r girt^ aato. ApprML- LIttog-raam •ith hardvaod flap** 
matoty 1 JM aquar* faat al Batr *pa«e anV nregla/v Ivt bedmeom and balhrtam 
Thromt hall***. Hvtng raam. Ihrm bad- kOght, madm kltoh*n. fgfl e*mast baoa- 
epam*. Ftmiheka bnib. medam bRcbm 

faatorbM *0 to* latoat M detign and ean- “5 ' 

vpnten** Haw gM rang* Inrladed to ^“1 

C reham Fun rmnwii P *a»w*n t •Ito <69^0 

1 air Ptoad Nma** nnd Emu red- *wu aPMfdentton aa #Of3U 

ROOM m diBto* rtato. Drivt-to fur at* , t 

‘rectM ma7 b* arrangad Ibrty pamay ' OAK BAY ^irTH 

Man. fwm emu A. FPirtok. sttan >UU ( n 1 

fgvtnlngt, BH4)> Family ham* aanalatiaa «f larta tlvtofl- 

I raam. dtolng-roam, Hnrtam and klteban 



THE YORKSHIRE 

> FAanC BBCURITIM. LTD. 



( QUADRA (CITY) : — ''"j 

I # 07 ^— Appfoaimataly wn yaarg aid ON ROCKLAND — $10,500 

r#T/^V to thto vtn-bnm fiffraam: _ 7 

aiacea bongatow Lmng-taam. din- Thto fopatlar type iturca bdo** 
fBi-^raom. Incttoo. brrakfaat aaah. tanalaling •( *nra large llrtogtoa 
I !••> badropma i-pia baihrtem *'lh aHrvrttv* flrrata*# targe cm 



lilt DOOaLAB ETREBT lOpp “Thd Bafl 

BYttk 



. — OAKLAHM ~ FtVB - ROCMI 



Thto .op.rtof type itueea tajpaatot COLUMBU' . 

tanalaling •( attra larg* llrtogtowem 

•Ilh aHrvmv* flrentae# targe (wnire . - — 

haU, »•» larfV bedraaeae quartor-^t ' 

eak flaar*. ailrawiv* bitvhan and 

ssr nirs'r modern home or duplex 

fnr klg pvr manih and u net varant . . , 

R ga ea n abl* taah payment win ba ac- A irafy ““tofi 3*^?^ .SL J^SStS! 
iTOted Baton** like rwii . fawn* On b high tocatipp tfto A IR^ 

tng panwiMW *»• mm *•* rtnr# 
Ittownatalrt theft M th* hvtng-rtom «om<- 



T»Y FORT BT dfite-in Mr^. Aak ter' 

Bvaoto^ B IfH . MrVey (ev«*_ BMITi. | 

'Tbto madetn baimataw. vary »gU buil|. la HIGH QUADRA (CITY) • | 

*ama*tto» e an* ttto ***r‘**l*rta*Tmnr $8400~^*'*£l ^ 

raam ain*lU t*a bedttom*. *abln#t "** 

ktiehtp. uiflny rnmn •uh •***! lub*. Itgr- Jtoa Fall baaamant and farnpM ' 

•WM baihraam. Fall baaemant aad gar- Mve-ia ^ragt Baa, torn far a, 

Ze. Theta to a metosdld *to« Wrgaln tfmmm raqaw^ qMrt *ato . 



FHORl BTIM 



apcrtatod (tairwaj to aaltntohed] 
attic Rardnaad noart tnrwtghaui I 
earner tot 'enra larg*' Fan baaa- 1 
•torn Mvd drtte-iB garagt. Aak tor^ 
Mr MrVey (evt*. 8 MW 1 . 1 



rmnrnva, awaji Family ham* aacmiatiaa tf larga Uvwm- age There to t gptoaatd **a« dQe/V^ 

I raam. dtnlng-rtam. Hnrtam and klteban af th* Oa*t* waiera #0^wV 

.... . » Bparlav* eniranwr haU with waabrtam 

HAWKES FOSTER LTD neHUaa a#t vpaMI*tibt*« Move right M a Brt-fMm bangato* to 

r;»/-iTTrstj rv./# 1 trs, b * d rpc*aa ang bathrtm ; flym-flAM tfiapg. r* da*arata< «ZZA/% 

ini DoODtAB El R»r *•“••« baaemwii »iih M-watar . iRnvlwgt #OOUU 

haaiin* Baaarate taragg Mlaaiad ap a ^ . 

larta >4 CanventoM topatton Imam- Only H.1M— A HMlaMly rtoan fam latm 
— mate gmi M Riip. Baay # 1 n E/Mh b n ngalat to rtalb flMd ahap* A brand . 

Termi #10/500 tidw ranga |g torfadad M (h* gvto* 

ARTHUR E. HAYNES, 

LIMITED suburban HOME ' 5 ^ toiag pewh $6500 

ThiA IMd Tbdar Iwm. Rtnam an ant , 
aert al Ih* araai m Cbdar ■!■. Ik Men! 

=ri,”! 2 Si? J*: 5 ^ 

(airfield . 
NEAR THE sea 

Si:4£?s5“ot1 

_ __ 9km M arhaali and *•»- n . ^ T ^ $8000 

RXABiUMLM ■OdHTrAL aM-faM pkpc amityt # 1 6/500 ***••* •*'*■• #OVW 

Sy y Sl tr^‘ oST*!; 0« »•* O" “ W mmm M m [ VIEW ROYAL 

$ 68 M HAGAR & SWAYNE LTD SKESf SXZtSlftfjr; 



ti'g a getd tot vilhtova. ghrirta 
garden CLOBB CT E XCEUEHT TH 
and XABLT FOB R gl W IOIt 

Mr MaOtUlvrsy; BwBlng* ll ikgl 



'la*B‘’torirta*end touhao.’ torm-ptom kaihram m 

(XCElLert TlltkU ^hpl-alf (vmae* m fan ntmtRi baatmaS 

a. ^ tftlWl - g*A > nOCLTWOOO Ottib 

Imlng* ll Ikgl I #oVAA.) rBNT-FaiMly ba«ag if aaPM 
'raam*. -notEt uwxmooHWWmk • Am 
0/*\CCCCCli^*il baihraam. (irtplai* arvd oab fleovt la bo# 
,«ng auto .Ttopu. fun cwnanl baapauM, 
; I hP4 nil n^Moai aaparat* gtrafli 



MODERN HOME OR DUPLEX! 



IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 
CLOSE IN 
$10,500 



ktiehtp. uiflny rnma Pitb •aah lub*. (••r- 

•WM baihraam. FuU baaemant aaa gnr- 
agt Theta to a optoadM *to« dQe(V^ 



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ENTERPRISES, LTD. 



C*mptot*lr mad ar a 



•tw dlntog-rtam maflaea edtoWtot ktlAM Ooad aarnar Ipi. Klgb gr» baamaadt flpa- IM ,TAT« BTIUWr 

Vlth fluariaant IlghtWg Tw* (to* bad- rtotg MvtoE-rtigp UUtttg a# ktiabaa | . 

fMma and foar-ptom Fambraha batornm < REASON AbIb^THMB ^ 

an vvnwv iiawi aava aan aailtoB* tovtit i ... _ Baal ■Mnl* • 



Hi* haata. vpar appvrtunity Aak W TATW VTHVT Wmmm 

far Mr MeVty •*•«.. BMfdi. f Mr. ChHaWaapa.' fmjMr* $m 



■ FERNWOOD 

— » d dipa dpptoa m Al 

#3yJU aaadHIan. Thm rwmaa and 



an ETr U fT n ame a**# #••* anfMng* tovtlg 
_ . ftoon Fun bM baampent. bau-vtr ham 
Mil (4 pB raami. Wired far atoetrto range 
ThU vendeiYtl ban** aan eaaHy bt mad* 
tola a mmrrn gaptot n to h tha Udam 
part af Rigb Ito rn waad and to paduaito 

_ « $12,500 



Mr. Oreoa: SvanlnBi. • idtl 

OAK BAY 

E7QC/l^** ***** *** N®B toilR 1- 
#/T0U rpom eamt ba a aa lap CtMtota 
of • raama down, y op FuU »*maai baaa- 



. E. E. HEATH 

fATW BTIUWr FMOWB ■ YMB 
Inmranap 

Boat ■Mnl* • IkPlarT FbMto 
Hlfflii Fhaam O IM} or ■ kkdf 



Mr. Baamn. lfl|hlA OMBT 



;.i3r 

^ F*m- lA 



$950 DOWN PAYMENT 



possession iq days o-r 

dawn FnU bnarmeni and taranan.l _ _ _ _ 

fOBtrai* gauM OHUtre rtmtad rnay Oarga mmem bamgatov tabby larve $950 DOWN PAYMENT 

*1 kM pat PMmth tova* mh« ll«Mg-rnM vMh Bri g g ia dtoaMa. kft- : 

varant AM fog Mr MeVay Hem tlm Utod «nk | kaitrigmi. F«m- a W RI IB BDOkO BUtoDALOW ga a 

Bk«yT< bwtka bath, ma^ eHttty ream Oatagt aaad gtreet u /am** Spy. fa^ madp ra 

Taam ME TpbTI om lha dd’YAA "am *4 amd naar lha ma ■ y«a iP* a 
‘*aMP m #0,9UU hanay pawaa «ha aom poHI aad dao^ 



t*Va'TS.‘'KrL^5S THE ROYAL TRUST CO. 

•« Ctom la Daft Say mgh •thpal. 



Mr. Ctothg. 



HAWKES FOSTER, LTD euv_vacant 

IBM DODOLAB BTwaVT B ttM ^ ^ ^ .bapamoM and garo«a $4oUU, ^ 



UmS Corporotlon 



'Tem^a-^Ma 

liAto pogStor i 



. aatmmit and tm- 
OR lama Taaa* ivg 
Thevaaol eafae to 



ibaa*RMM and ga*aB> 

Ikr Bavyor. BTIM 



“■ OAK BAY 

■ BEACH OWB-Carpor prapagfy *n (wg 

IvOTIOn tota-dwkm dPinipg Pavid* banrMB aB 

..„ to agamtonT agRBriMR. topwop flaar mm 

FMOWB O talM hpfl. BWM-rpam. BT ft »' BM fton- 

fttom. Itrm J to in i B m m wtoh nrip C *a an4 

— ' Rir V hmrnTliaMam, MPdkgB MMML 



FURNISHED GUEST HOUSE 



«S%w? 



iM hardw »Pd ftoagt. Fal dMou bpoa- 
amM Ptoh Mira loM - Sm Mr raranaa. 
■BBnrata garat* WondartW dOAA/^ 



$8000 



MODERN BRAND NEW 
5-ROOM 'STUCCO 
BUNGALOW 



$5500 *7600 DOWN PAYMENT 



VIEW ROYAL IfSM Opwa *ad me * manoi. C an mm* kl 

_ livtog rum dtowila. bnotomi • todHama.' * 



kOi. C a n mm * at 



OVER $200 MONTHLY 
INCOME 

Mi fpmakM-hpma tt raama I 

r.Jsr:"*”*" $9250 



CUTE- NEW FOCh-toOCdf ■ wft stm- • 
OALOW-UvinB raam vtoh Biaiito*i an#f 
adft flam iikiM limiiry ramn. 

and It* goad bawaami wm rtoaaaa eoR- ’ 



g aytblp a* 



s%«rtrr?iarcu*inr « 
. $12600 



» ml 4Wr 

Mr . d ■ Yk 



LOOKe-41200 DOWN 

PHgpiMMmgk bBBB^^ 



$6300 I MM LHMnaaa dMTSrthmw^ aSm 



PRICE: $18,900 



VoiloocB & Sd¥^r Ltd. 



$3600' 



THE ROYAL TRUST CO. 










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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B-C, SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1948 



■otmKB rOB SAI.B 



BOCW VOB tAU 



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PAGE & SNAPE HOMES CAPITAL CITY ftEALTY FINANCIAL SURVEY i 

' LIMITED 

BEST «N THE WEST ROYAL OAK— S10.500 

bMM ..tb PARKLAND ESTATE BEACH DRIVE CLASSIC 

MM Owuuodioc *ertcn 

at SOVOt/ '*JU**-«M*^ Mntaiaw, b* Um — wM Uit» 

, MrtttbMl M rwtr ftcm 9t feMHUtttliy lAab nuwtb •umc« 'kaaM mom TTySStTH AM 

GORGE PARK ' MrAUM. TM aurl«r la vM MMr >oaUr *r*M Ml h>r thla la am M«ta&rr 

a Mai «MatB| aa««ara»ca tw-rsoM Mwa. -Maa Mlaaaa vliafa fM 

■fwai 4-rao« aM #Mi»a atuaca t iiu*- ‘ avarvraaoa laniki«r«M M *“ ib# Wa»i cu too bsfr.».»t^r wIM ’ 

luuban »i«h luat «n». Pf-ftt roir hast. J ■ ia»» mnm mam vtmk nriaiM ana Mai 1 *<-Ib Mii>«-Ma*--ranrT 

batfrooM •roacaia aaiaaa * x TnA auraaltaa caciaaaiaai lAravab ball omoj 01 cauraa aUirr Uaan* ou-O-Mk'ie 

Tav U UM n ai 900V/V ainatM Madani bnebaa la a Iumm- bM*«atar ticaU lUa tait;;uMn villi j 

vtra'a tfttbin t-mn* baMraMu. bvnbrab* aalaraa AaUiraa, oabUMi UM kltciMS 
i-ti/'i-i rryvo/^c *batbraMB, fall eaaaai baaamnt. rvasar ivlraa tar ran#* baparato aarata oa apa* I 

InKaH oUtHJt'- * Mi(n< U>ratictf»ai autanaUt bai «a«a«. juaua M. tW ».lQ t_ia» »«ftMmaui?i. aM: 

• -~>v. i . ^ IW* W'U» IMH-Vatar bmUaa a«aa ab «»«»• «Mar IIM. 1ft" all) avraa UUb U, 

WaU'MiU *.»aoBk«bwr U> r>od randt- aparfartaWa baaa la alaaaant »»!»• 1 f\f\r\ 

Ua«> Baarmaat. viaaa tarnaaa « ^ iiapraradaalaa ^^lyLA/U 

• **•' #OOUW I aarhr Cbarda. lUa . O «PM ' Can lari Mr Aodartaa lar bppaiai"*ai j 

GORGE — NEAR BUS ! S5950 S2500 DOWN ! 

o-, uuar. aanaaM Ma.i. UPLANDS— SIX-ROOM 



BO€BB rOB SAtS' 

RANDALL'S 

%AK BAY 



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THE B.C. LAND 

* wf TM«rr Aosirrr. ltd. 

(Otw N Ttan lb IMl anatai 



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Wiuava a/aa. aau ba^k ^ mMM Vlrwr" prav trom a — JT” 1’^ 

athaa t la ihM ^odtra M«i.-rao« uaall btcioaltii Our piMarfattana mt. a«l , 

raaiaaM*. aoaiartaWg ftra aoaM ariiaa pamalsIaUM ui .aU b h aiaa at Jb* 

aavD aan twa ninM <ia *ub an- Mi aaiau bwiaaM baaa. vt tbinb. *aU a dUtrKi al Waalitul uta basM BABdr' 

tiaaad aiairvar TlUa baagtifid • 7ft^r*Vwd*L«M baI»ri"b«rUM? ®iu. ! W ^ *• 

bam baa tba laUavlop tMiurn.* auJPM ibai ibari bO r*"r aam iandiraptd car^o . laid sui is lavaa, , 

^2. JM. |fr.ff»Uy ^.caiB abirb «ut mw lb# navar., Mirvta aad Vib paata. •»«##)••- 
attra Jar#* j»m. rilT^lp »aa*= auMbaaTol ptuparij Our Ilaal •iiAia ,, 

"am. laondrr laba. builM» ra- Dapari«ant vill ba lUd »a diaeuaa paar ^ 

;;?:.’“¥;iu‘“2:«“2rrs^ .'SJ "l1 

SCmpT* $12,900 COUNTRY ESTATE - 



SUPERIOR HOME 
^RGE 



avlDp iMiurn. "»m saa tbai llKfl U> bWM-Xaatbia. aam iandirapad aar^o , laid sui M I 
JMA nHtf bily ^icaiB iiblrb «ut inla Ib# navar., abrvta aad Vib paala. •uai 



BOiniAT. Saa. U 
a TUX t P M. 

OWKOI UaviBt cnp Oflara far tMMI- 
r DIATS AALI bwarMr-Camif aciad 
OMat-T>pa 

HOME ON BEACH DRIVE 

CMtatitd la DUPLEX 
Ovuiaaau" fMiuraa 



tpM •LAicnAJiD rr 



moitv aam 



NEAR QUADRA SCHOOL 



♦ ****• •• 

«/O 0 U Kurm >»T ifa >a v « raam 
and bain aa ibt Mlu tiaat aud S 
amaii aadiaoma wa Waald ba <aaai lor 
rhildran Tba Utrban la iai|« airM 
ter tltKirktii ana ha* a la^p ditiina 
Mtta Puil baaraiae* V)U> ba,-a<r 
ruTi'.art l^r(a lai and aavara’t fat* 
a^ Tbia la iba idaai tavuy bona 

MOUNT TOLMIE 

a Q r A/\ ■ Modara aiwre bu ifaioa .. i 

JO^UU taoau tMUaiha vunaiwa ban. 



i«ant Vill ba lUd to diaeuaa raur urp* ba*a. MUHat *a appaaranae OvuubdU" faalur 

-- I T--n aaa.at aa* itina rarat.ilT plaonad and Mviiodlr.eaoatrwiad 

’ ' ' La'^sr ttrmc-reo" vtib aa aiPVrtft^apPR I LOWU Xirm 

ft»Pi»r» MdtoM'UM dintnd>rdMb twvj . 

COUNTRY ESTATE _**.***U..^T*„„t*l > --Ou-O-Matic air-condiuom 



.. , A aatra b e d raa" aft kltcbap. araabtaa* book. 

QN SEA asart ba^roa" vtin 'moor bidU-w t*a> I 

I turaa AKn a kiubarr ibat "Mt W lb* ' 
lacatad aaatrvna-proprr-ir. 'aBawrr M ararr bauaavifri dreas *Hb 
VwierlA t^rft ttaeaa r*ti- ,iu Mna Iliad alak and cuaboarba aaJsra. : 



GORGE —NEAR BUS 



AHarbad M> pavad-aUMl. mitfcu. uta four-ailla 



Qodat 4 >aaia old 
fried 



VIEW OF OLYMPICS 
(If It Ever Oeors Up) 

Xbaanit* ovnar offer* aiiraiitv* 4ToaaM4 
Murao U blffb nscaiioA. X*para<a aarap* 
SW lau Immadtaia 



^ died ao pavad-awaai. aitfcu. um four-aiil* | BUNGALOW • I 

SoAOO butidind* iBclud* iMii-too" set- 

<4, WWW ,,,. gg^ tiabla wilb tr ypu ar* tnipreitad la byrtop la mu 

|r<» «- apprariaUM *ed. 

ICS "rt ti it rtfli riti^ Moe ,tnx jrvM Ui -tulMlap -M*.ua aHf* -pav ' 

Jp) Au tor ClAfka Cbarda-JUa. O «»N yumatb UiU dUUartI** bom# 

” {Umm featiu** UviM _aad dminp-tao" 

4-raaaMd ciw mr-ar ran* a 'onnuinstM (at^romlaialat* H « tfi, (•« 

I, a aarap* SI^-ACKC PAKAn 't«u>>bad *Ua Mdruomi. oHr d«it or aeira 

*-vnm 'ikdreoA.* t patlfhtfni tttrbPb erttb' lerpe 

Biz-aore tarn In ttrUla Oardpo Hei'i '>“ifhl nook ano aa u.ira mndtin tour- 

^ ..urn.. All 1. « .uim.u™, 

IS OLD .•“*> orchard eoBJni Ibio produe- ,cw,aT;u.o Iwrnaea. A choir* ho"e t-»llt te' 



a/lPfea PI -PiXrPW 1 ULJUIdllLI Mirvic • S <JU-0-MalK air-cobdiuonrt tnauUirt 

DAM RAv ! I ON SEA sssoo 

OAK BAY dL-nUun, M-M Mlrvn*-moor.-r '«7vr, « mVJ," VIIT' 

bav a*«ar« bungalao at 4 roam I ptAte i^aaa M VwiorlA Urpa ttaceo r*ti- , lu Mna Iliad alak and cupboarffa ■■■'nra. •" ••••maa iirt 

and utUily taon. dintnp oeok eft <r 'daoca of ff room lor "or«>. ) T1>* baarmm roniataa an r*ua loOat » B*&ai>a ■mti. Ornad 

iMAUdban. bardvood Doaa and JMraam down b-i'! 2 up A btaatitui ’ poi-air turmra and lara* d*ll-futub*d m>£iaJ7buiii.u> i^urlT^ ainr a 

nira tlirplar* In liaisp-roo" 4- lt«liVff-rav« 11 « 31. f*/"l/-*i,* diniRi- nuspu* roo" vitb anaibar apari tIrapUr* a_anWii "od*m. aU^Mriru , P«K r 

plat* baihrtiu". nrkl-claaa aa*t- rMv both vitb Mrlv Btuhor '»l( OuUM* parap* to, tva can One mt ibr '.^nk a*ii aanniaim — ■- — xarapr 

atronten "oba tMa an esrtllat>i tMor* Mal-vaiar baattna Clrowndc Tinaal bamaa m Uila #11 cr\A uxa iiarBaa loar* arran* 

PB T ahaaa ^AARA kf'^UPd bon a* a re all landarapad. mnf •artian 511 ,0UU i_Mdd*rn 4 -pi*«a Paobcaka fcaifc».-A’ he**. 

can Mr. idbnaon-^", . ,«T *«*^ «* ** ‘« ; ' ^ ‘r. r'^opan- ' VIEW f 

lueViU rALA I lAL KtSIULiNCC inp |ra« Urioi-rno" and duiinp-reo" ^ * p e, 

_ ......... SEAFRONT , -UPLANDS'^ 



reoai* Aniabrt In baaaoirui 

Ivtiarc Rtdurrt pr(» 



FSOUIMALT 7 YEARS OLD.*“** orchard aonum Ibio produe- ,cw.aT;u.o l«rna«. A choir* hom t-nilt la ' 

rxi/it X knrw .www U»Mr«« borriM and ■"■U irulU- Imu. Mactinp apociBtamm and «uaat#d 

Watt-bnlll 4 '-rpoairt ctweo k 3 i.*aU,a-Lii- Mmjr brand on ^tod toad vllb ally •* • oirair ira*d let vub urracr* and 
M-roo" with Brepla** auKtern *itrh*n. i)#hl and vaiar Th* bom vaa bdUlMavn* A ran CO 1 DDDi 

"odara batbfMBl. 3 brdrenaia. Tvo »«ira MieraJ xear* ap« vbin ena bad a choua ,appottnnUf •9m, ■ ,l/UV 

reoM* AnUbad In baaaoin.i #^CAA ** malarial and aiorkiiiaiiahlp. vhuh arc i w* Marc ffavaral Oibar Cbolea Vplaadt 

Ksniar* Rtdurrt pr(r* 5/DUU:lmib Vary daftnlM teatarai mt thu tin* Kom** 

*ad*rn •(ua«o ttre-roMb banc>la« *nb Caatari Mr And*r*on lar 

^Awi Akimr rr^r/“la^ lan*.ai#* rooBi. tnll euncrat* baMcnant 1 . . » . n 

OAKLANDS SPECIAL L*,** lumaea •uppitaa haai u rarh room' Appninimoi ff.riUep* O 4 *»d 

diTcri Tbrr* art chit Inn hoiuM ter «M 

I va-yaat-ald k-raomrt •turr.o b.tnialov. bird* and ether outbuMlnps. Clear title \A/AI ^IKlD Dt^TAKirT 

iviM-roo" Vllb flrraiat# dinette kit- and prlrad M aetl a- 1 o f\n/\ WALMINVj UI3IAINV.C 

abaa vUb UMd aink. 2 bedrnom* 4 -pieee.gt 5l0,UUU RP\/FNl)F 

baibrooin tVo e«tra rfteme flr.u hrt m|_ ^ a- a.... .,.^-. 4 . «_ c* 'iSJL'L^'' . 

baaamnt run.ftd— CWWt oMlnp | *** *« CMbadMada, Rea . 0-4MP. , ,„>ouhrt. ' wrchye U-n* 

C7Q7S I c A A Three tarpr raom e tor u v ie e i v t| vmoa 

9t)tt ^/y/D SAANICH ,lWwr» ruu remenf bpidbitnt..aAa h«l- 

^ _ .vatar healed ' Tbrae ae]|-d»elenrd -ir«- 
KlffdO WI/“TADIA AAI I Cr“C i ftClUR ACM MRRV fARM vllfi on(dlffi''ftaCn knit Mparala laiape Tlile home 
■vCAK VH. IL/IMA l^tMlLLCL^C ‘ loat-rM" bua|*lo« fall e*m<.. na^,no« barn looinUlelr vedrrdra'ai’ wd w ta 
_ ^ ^ Itaem and lurn^ Xiluaiad In ih* heart ipaitrai rundiuan Rareout Il4i per 

Daalpne d tar rawlort f hx aell bujii V jjj, berry diatriri. 10 mlln »«— .i»Aie.h alter all etpeoM* pai.l Thl* prop- 

r^ad aRMnwiUk^x T-rm Term* '■ rtwbud m * ’*17 reelrlcirt die- 

Iliad *mk frntbroke baih .a.aIi» t- unOn- ' CySQA Immediaia peeaaMWn of ovnar* 

■ BrilA. *«.» a RAAM rn»«k limimmr lA r«« prwT *, / WWW ■ - . _ _ 



plat* baihroum. nrM-claaa aa*i> 
•Iran ten maba tMa an earelUnt 

$6650 

CaQ Mr. Jaltnaoo-^M , ■ IMT 

NEW 

Her* la a Mealy aodars buapalev 
af 0 larpa nfotni fMU camol 
baamacit and pipa furnace, rota 
cetTlM and hardinod floari, tare* 
cIbmu in ' badfow"* allli pletily 
uf aannta* apa*a awt aupbuarde In 
very madirn kiicbao Lara* let 

• $10,500 



0- ffmall, modern. aU-aMetrtc tiiebaei. > 

tiled -aink. vatl-appaiaind aupbaardai 
and itntaao *para i 

1— Madam 4«pt*«a P*ab*aka ba'.hriMR 



full diriinp-aeom. i*>|* i<fii<i rimm aii 
•**« oak floor* tarpr n*icb kistl.m 
nub (U* am* *■<# «•« air* b*i>r»uiet 
Oaaad eiaire To p*/iiall« ■li'Uthed 
*)Mr nhtrb nruld make k nire riM.m, 
Pull rameni baeement n«h dr>*a-in 
p*f*pe *04 bai-air turnare R* 'er> 
arr*ii*c term on ttai* eery ailrarU** 
bom*. 



*Oak Ray ripht on tb* •aaahor* ttyrea 
[bnafalita with I raam dovn and 2 yp. 



ftNCiMTnUCmD MARIHX VIEW 



I Id— 4.naa*ed-in *yn porrta. Id i M opaa- 
I Inp lra« Uyin|-rnom and duiinp-raom 
' li-^laaaad-in uttUly raa" with «aa<*T 
I and cuiMoardA 

111— P«U rameni baafemani tontalntnp par- 
' ap* and toUat. lined vub Orprae. • 



'VIEW ROYAL 



I va-y*at-ald k-raomad •tuer.a bunpalov. I bird* and ether oytbiiMlnps. Clear title 
ivtnp -fooB vllb drapiat* dinette kit- and priced t« a*U # i n 

•baa vitb UMd aink. 2 bedrnom* 4 -plera.a( 



baibroam Tvo e*<ra raomr flr.uhrt M 
baaavicBt Pfpetf'f^ruffA Cffffddf pVplnp' 



pneautu*.!. $ IS, 000 

Aafc far CMeba Cbnnda, R«a , OMP 



W* Hare ■•veral Other C>olea Uplaadt 
Komae 

Plaae* Ceatari Mr Anderwm far 
AppQiniBCoi ff.enlnp* O 4**d 



cetTlng knd harsnohd floara, tarpa ***** dayU pht ba»a"aot i^ta vitb d^*^* Icone-darad M ba n ne of vuineiA'a ptu- - ... ma—r Bimaa ' 

dawS In badfowae allli pier. ^ and entranr* „•*«•••»* ^**>^- ctandini reeidenemTTfeaTwJur-typ. bora* l2-C*>mpl«*M MMMod and eoopar pipiap 

uf euunUr apaea awt eupbuarde In ibl-w-Mail* V*ry ««U btUll and paoa- ^ baaoUlu! ,,»-»« nlrTT"— WAeenr— DniurniMiad 

eery maduti kiicbao Lara* lot I'oam* If yuti lo** tb* ff I *5 I^AA parden* and landatvead trvunda and cara- UPPER ffb, IT— ya 

NUa MnlMo • #1A CAA ••• ea* tbt* at ^ gs ga„halraried riaa al tl» 4 Urai<*.- 1 A—Uftni-fa»". aMclric Prepiaca J.M 

prie* 5 I UrDUU Pleaee Aek for Mf C R T < • iif U , noi and Mwni Baker Tliera *r* vatia bulll-in raantel 

vri; (.'palnlad loumi. aaebraom and lb— OinJnp-raom ... ... 

lAAAACniETC DDC^PCCiDKi VAntAC- ‘ eoraotala bathtooma btrdaaod floara Ib—Run porrh ypeninp la unnp-foom ano 

IMMtUIAIt KUSStSSIWN .FARMS and an the ..Irae that parum m a no. dininp room .1 

CNBd 4.rem bunpnMv. vaUin. EPtCIAl. 120 acre, oood, Marly Ufl “o-**. $40 000 ' ’’"mbL 

dutanr* to ton, Thar* are 1 uod *r»r. :> i.« JMV, WU ,;,rtrie Eiwb.n. vir*d far 

- brtmopM nice u*lnp-rooB. pit- I •« • taared.-db M paitufe and ’'T Talaphooa Information /ratiiia bulK-n faninrei . . 

Chen and 2-piaca bAtbrncm full J uoadland P1a*ra Aab tra Mr ByrTiiB , * yi .- W WU r ib-M. i *-» Pam*»**» bathroom 

EitaUani dairy ban, auuipprt 4H*»a| -• ParucdJari. Reetdehre ¥mf Urpa Mndmp ut-d a. den 

eanremebt T*rma» <4000 I »t»rl kiaeMUbna and aatrr booU ' Corn*? locaiMn Boar>o«a pround* Dei** 

arranprt Pried \ flir 2t h«an of raiila i iDi a biAC Cl Aoc »*7 Ootktd* patap* »*»*«• .^f»**. 

• Call Mr btiphant— Rea* . tl t>M i t»« othar a*en» UPLANDS SLOPE fMver brti rawoe, aaaortad fruit trm, 



and all the attrae that p*ru>n in a fine ' dininp-room _..a 

boraa. urvaiieiled tor # a rt /hrt/\ ' >»-T*a larpa badrooBd. ipatMiw ward- 



#tc CAA~^** foora* eiid a rumnu* 
roon Plue ah ih# llitla 
aktta* Ihal pa vltii tti* *ima*i perteai 
heme. The lara* •t<-unde *c|d iv tba 
enractivane** aud ib* iormlton M 
Ideal 

ROYAL OAK. 

$ trt CAA~Tbyr aeiai and a madam 
iU.^Uw four rwuned Konpalov vttb 
baa«rn(t>r .hat oeter beat dri«*-Ui 

K raaa Alan a pnyd cbirkcs bnuaa 
reilem bu* aetrita 



GLO^E IH — 



labad ntik for 2 mop* room* ua/ape in 



aanement. luenarc tub* 

tra** Take* only •** 
Prtte 



Meann* iruit 



•ulu < 1 *5 700 

TRK ACkEP «iA>."ud*M. fir*-ronm byn- Pf" ^U,/W 

nMv. ClrvulaUnp flreolece Pembeokf Aak for Ur Klrkpatruk - K*at . ff 44H 



Take* only •*» #ncrtrt - uTa-ronm oyn- 

^ $8500.?*‘*» cirxnlauop flreoMce PeBbeoke 

ilMih tva M thrae aria* under evlMva- 
...... ..... ^..^...1*. I"®** *o*“uca P*»»-llka ** 1,101 vub lari* 

OAK BAY — PREWAR !,imber Tenw to mn, #QCAA 

.Pull prtro . 5 o3UU 



RMaiy t-roomed nucrt Trutipalva 

RBirance ball, da m p room «rrb llr*plaaa 
^•d *mali dinlnp-roera have aafc floort 



METCHOSIN DISTRICT 



HIGH QUADRA 

rharmtnp Bra-rooB Tinnto bynpamv IS’ 
■ammnnrr Reaunruf lIvlni-nMra <14 
I 23‘. Vllb mudam flroplata.' ptciure oin- 
iduvi with loeaty vlao. lamiiy-etie dibiup- 



$1 1.500 '^ $4250 

Aak for Mr Dovnay. Rr>i XPttI 



A«k for Mr Wltllarnp 



PAGE S SNAPE 'SMALL 

CAnaAC I'’** *‘^7* 4d arable, Rplendid modarn eement haaeweni. bnt-atr prpart- furoaee 

r/MxiVlS ,bo-faB»ly raaldanca. douhte plumbbip aim drt*r-tn perap* Miutern nibinrl 

^ mdwi orabuildinp* Onaranturt oaiei ktyrhec Pembroke bathroom lM«a IlHBp- 

air Art r“rti \a//’\AA eupplr Pull # 1 X CArt room oil|L hardwood floor* <fiB*ue and* 

NtAK L.ULWUUU nnea 5IO.DUU two bedroon* A **ry wail-eoB*try.ta4 

/>rti f- I lai^C iboma fciufl on a tbroupn hall plan Roy 

OLyLP UliNRta /-/-vein I r ■ ■>> ■ i»*wUT and »*va ip WBurro# nn 1 Prt 

2 tb acra. ParkUk. Rlyrro home «"■ COBBLE HILL PrMrt at ^ 5olOU 

ekatinp af livtnt-rooB 1 » ir 2 P with"' hr*- iAAlRRR 22 CLEARED Modern b-room ' R»v lor Mr Rraiihwana-rvaa. O ^1 



COBBLE HILL 



QTY-GORGE 



NEAR COLWOOD 
GOLF LINKS 



$8150 



ekatinp af lutnp-rooB » * w witb‘ nr«- m ac RRR 22 CLEARED Modern 2 -toob ' 
plaa*. dtaetia Ik i Ik. aitii room P ■ E tidinp bunpalnw, barn fetr 2 h«ad. chicken ' 
Oniefi fclUhen Unataii*, 1 bedrootaa. t,ouae fur IW blrda Well - , r- e-ves 



flaaaad-lb tleaplnp porrb. 3-pt*rr baib- taarcA 
room C«n»*bt Maemant furnace with , 
•nwdwt burner prrafrrr hou*a 20 * H > 
Rroodar bnuae Double parape .# 7 ACA' 
BMeptional ealoa at 



r.r:4'"'r.7.",r $10,500 on quadra — - 

Mr P**e Ree . n 4k04 A l(yyr-ro>im euniaMw not new but etrrv 

tlonalU Wall tap’ -RirTwbinrt Plieheit 
wrA*riaic rvicrrhi/— r oir* ilein* room with oak Snore and 'wo 

KtAiINo UlblKIL>r pnod badronmt Pull baaemen’ and Iwr- 

nare Senaraia aaraee and PXACA 
THE IDtAI. Id ArRRP and Eeonm modem larden Inf . 5oYOU 

reeidoeiea. Bodbrti rhietaft bouar* wwrb- i *• . ,, , „ - .... 

*hop arid (arape e*>ablUhed ,imm*b# " • ^ Harry Rnpart -■»*». O UM 
lOd MM ••anrirt bulb* and pood a»*Ar>- ' 

21": i douglas street 



KEATING DISTRICT 



WILKINSON ROAD 
NEAR BURNSIDE 



. .... .... men, of frolt* roaplne l,n* of eduip' 

• 2 aara*. »hjeh « ar# claared rlrh land [ Olhaon traeior. iraek. au 



Mi Workinp ana bera i* ronr 
rbaric* to buy a oail-bulli bum on 
larma Likinp-rooB with ftraoiac* 
dihinp-rooB and fciccben dawn, two 
larpe bedtooma and l-pl*oa bnth- 
room upetair* (all baaeiaard (or- 
Race fwrwa. taot at back Thu 
hnrac Hal ]y*t bean politiwi arid 
raderMtaud ibrvuplMnt Immcdl- 
ata »A*et»BiuD Term* #aACA 
erranied Pnr* 

■ OAK BAY WAY 

CI«oa ta Oak Bar Aeenae. ibu 
hauk* ha* 4 room* 4 rooms and 
bwtbrnoB aaian, 3 lerpa b*ttrnoB« 
dp fun remant b**cihetii (wrnaea. 
-oepatalt farac* Hiea Ml bawl? 
PAlnred and deeoratad Pa*aa««>an 
*( one* The tpeaUen I* poi>d 

$5300 

Call Jdr Robariaon -Rrat SP41f 

^ -HIGH QUADRA 

New Mureo bonpalow Eiiitatice 
nail. t*V liylnp-fwom with uia 
fireplace, ditiette aplendtd modern 
kiiehen. togr-irt*B* bnkbra«m two 
tarp* bedrwnra*. core cetUnp* and 
tei’urv tlnMh. nira *l*rtn* tlature* 
and donr chimea BaeeiMnL. fur- 
nor* and drire-ln parape Ra* 

^to^ ^ $8950 



Id *1*1* • laartd.-pP H, pastufa and Talaphona InforraatlM 

woodland Plaera Aak for Mr BurTiiB,*yi .- Prill ' 

EctaUani dairy barn equipped 4N*)a| paruraJar*. Reetdenre VlMf 

tieel auaeMPna nnd watrr bowl* L...... 

I ftir at bead wf raiila , ,o, AhrrhC Ci rtnr way Ontatda parap* Rbade Ireaa abrnne 

' TWO utbar barn* UPLANDS SLOPE flower brt. rawa., amr,ed (t» t irm 

1 iwp mn ar war n* *e*e,abl* parden. lour earleua# bet- 

! Tipin-Touuiml krawa tor owrn^ Dasunrt tor eoRrM>ifitcn nnd coBfoet • I 

ATe rootbod hoy** fur help *r srv nffmnp tht* rwrr wnrantwa veil- ; I 

Cue.dar-bM-.arntn.ry anci ".dtp- \ | 

Offered to SB*. a« #«3A AAA lS*irirt‘"f.V^SSc.* ."erraJ t®*** •«'»- *.K -<-dmal»ed 

1 es'At* at a M« prire badromn MwlO'.brt *•** . l-piar* balbroom 

I - -- _ .. OMf 4*4 with (jreplaiia and "odern ki;- 

KAAAI 1 CD MAI DIKJ/t I***? *T»o p^ bedroom* br. wHb ttpiara 

[j/VlALl-CM nv/LL/11'*^ ‘bathroom Hiph Waeameia automtUr ull 

. . . 'bawl dnra>ltt pannre Ekfr# 'tarpa tel. 

hearly four acrae Cloea to fkiaouilfubr landMapeo •■paniiva tbrubs 

Piee-ruomad hou**. ]iui over an* and eelrai* lawn* This I* rwally a 
»ear Old ^terely liome #AA AAA 

Hot w.fr heairt 520,000 

I Iteaemem drta*-tn parape Pnrth^r Paruralar* and Appointment 

Chirlen hniuae far ®»* hundtwd , *• ^ 

bud*. mil rtrtrt Ptawra can Mr Mttlar-rraniiia* OIS14 i 

I ALL Tor 5)1 ,000 

;uv» IH BEADTTPut RAAKicH for NEAR WINDSOR PARK 

acraapa. rural boova* -wr Saaoirh proper- I AAM QAV 

I lire for rfair* berry bulb farma. p.aaea wAk*. DAT 

-a* for Mr He.,.*- EMPk RANCH-TYPE BUNGALOW 

OAK BAY iRrand new and caad* taw«cup*-dkU teeel* 



.u- '"HIGHQUADM 

‘ )i ■• W WU r iT-M. 3r.li 4-piaew Perabrake batbrow" COMPORT AKD RtCUWlOH 

VTunV l» Urpa Mndinp tt**d a* dan -- 



is.- $io,5oo 



O Crtrt- Two errot and • b»a- 
,3UU rwageed buoyalaw with eaira 
plumblnp in the tlnl*h*d aiik room 
A twariou* llklnt'toum with ptaniu 
fireplar* o«k la <ha Ilfinp 

and dltitbp-rsMB*. larp* b*dfonWM 

and a raodern bain A ni< e-*,ie« 
kluhen Tbi* homa i* a*i wall bar* 
froia iha *tiee’ and turroundea a, 
nak !,*•« 



c't $ 18,900 I'KpuRHikMBD 'NORTH QUADRA 



pyratuue May Ba Purrhatrt 



ITM BBACH ORlVt 



ffRONff O 12P3 



5 ) 1,000 



NEAR WINDSOR PARK 
OAK BAY 

RANCH-TYPE BUNGALOW 



GILLESPIE, HARt i. CO. 
LTD. * 

m'liCrt - OlfADHA UlETfUCT Im- 



C')AAA~^*® aara* all ateaied and 
5xUUU Ideal for butidinp ar eoa- 
dlvldinp 



EVERGREEN 
REAL ESTATE LTD; 

,122 VIEW ffTRin • O 



DAT .Brand MW and caad* ta weeust-dUa te**i» “ **'^**^" ....-,.. 1 .. lertrtpn CAEH haeiulae • *err atscar- 

SPACIOUS sEMi-BUNGALow ifriiiii .Su'rf.'Sr'L/sEi!: . tsL-i: 

, ^ bupdAMW T -- -■ - (PUaara ImU U*^- ■|^»W f */ , ., *-**Hy. f ° ^ * m , 

•Corwtad o„ R, TJa*id luri off (ho krehua. urall. ptACisue l,*in*-ro«m. imaU da*~«^- ' rwom wiih •repUt.f tfrnrap-room kurheo, , *'V 

ihi* rupoMor home ba* lull m"« on tba me room Iwo badtouiae da lut* ktuhen -werMtati non. bMrwom and thrae-pter* hair a Moc* irom me a*te, <47C:0 
market Po» ihe diteriffiinanno bui*’ and battiroom. •««#i,* roam attarheil Pembroke bwrhroooa Upaialr* Two. bed- PULL PRICt 
wrho vonia 0 rrwilt welleeacutrurtcd bauae .ma’rhli" faraoa Hnl-va'*f Oil-O-MalM room* an# uitlUr room bv rionrr«tad 

with aa ihe laieai faaium and in un-^. naa* Oardaw fuUy (and # 1 o OAA •firwai Om>d «*m*rt paeamanr • bat. #rtken • li»a rw«« Pyu* 

marrUai* .w nrUtH tn- ebrouphout. rbu U aeopad Prire 5tJ,oUU air liunata and e«t»«' room Heparaio ritew in dAMRb. Wkt. clqpo 

well worth atTKWiotMn Spaeioua *^ Plea** Call Mr Ulrirh Reenln** E 322d parap* Lot MiSIk laar Taiei Ml Hm,»a M Rearth Hill r*fk Pal' rem»n< boM 
traiK* hoHj pen wilb SfeBlare boaunriiy. |ig eacrllant roiMlItloh Mortpape of |3 OM mant wiib Hf/I WATRB IISATlrfo Hire 

llvinpmdBi ft*nr RT with larpe ffrvolaca . Uan ba aeniart Cteaa U> echool and bu*. ’•anpora* Hewl* darwraie.l atvd *eer*- 



afirway U«od «*m*rt taeamant bate ^“2* • 1'** '*“"' 

air liMnata and a«t*«' room Heparaia wxm JV Ml** 4*MRb. RklL clqp# 
pwrap* Lot MiSIk laor Tales Ml Hoow M Reartii Hill Park P->1' remen< b*M 



BURNSIDE DfSTRJCT 



ePAGE &-SNAPE 
INVESTMENTS 
HOME AND INCOME 

2am** Bay, ll-rworaed. 2-botbroom boo*, 
tnewme iUM mmibly ar>d 2 room* tor 
j.a*r Oort ralw. $5250 



iready fnr ocrupanrr In tvo 

waete Thl* u pwod buy<ai 



$6300 



tnilde th* $-mil« «lrtle IT ACRCff. IS tor Mr Harry Roorr* Bee* . O MM 
CLEARED Barn for 4 haad M o**ofte<l 

fruit traea l-bedro«oi raatdanea af Iha I nrtwa, 

older type ebirk*o bowaa apprai ia«M, VIEW KUTAL 

workihop idpM. wall # 1-1 rtrtrt I 

tenrad Pull prlee 5 I 0,UUU .P-J? thake hunaolaw r.mjU'JM of 

.. _ __ — klUben. Iivini-raan and ,wv- ke«ro.,>ne 

Mr Pit* Raa. O *at4 Csreant nasemani and hni-air heatlnc 



marigold 

^ire-room ■oie«A bunpalMW lu*t 
romplated and read* w maae intn 
All raora* ara bctpht and pomt sue 
Wiiii hasemee, farnara and •*?••• 
Larpe tet'l'ut • few ateow fram 
the hv* #1 Md rash and balanea 
Mke* rer», lie In your own home 

$695o 

Call Mr Orlerae 
Efeninps R 3241 

WE RAVE A KOMff TO BiaT 
TOfTB HEEWi 



GEORGE RANDALL 

I.14B OOUOLAE O I 



•uaroom laruily-atwe. dlplnp-rMm, nlira WATERFRONT ' 1^ 

' modern rabiitar ktcvhen. ivo ior*e bad- 1 poe k 

room* with oonneetthp k-wlaea bolbruera A ehormiM siurrn bunpatev vim appra*- 
viilt Ui* llwor IJpataIr* ara thrae bad- tiaaiely woe ai,e *aetudad pardea P)«a . 

ror<m* and 1-plera balliieom Pull baaa- |irripht rooms wed Dulei, atvle dlweiu Pull <11 N 
men, vllb bat-all DIL-O-MATIC fumae* Baaemaix wnii f)U; 0 -Metir bm waiar 
fruit room, lub* and tevatare Atlarbad heatink riant ftealhou** and prtsaia *®®**^* 
parape cirrular dneevay Lat ISA * landln* Mad* sbeJtarad waters Only faur naterwan. 



•wrap* Lot MiSIS lots Tales Ml Hoow «> Beartn Hill Park P->1' remen< b*M 

lut eacellant recwlltlon Mortpape of |3 MO mant wiib Hf/I »AT*H llEATlfra Hire 

lean ba wwumed Cte«a ta *<noal and bu*. ’•unpnrefi Newlr darwra,*>i and *eer*- 

I ihinp in lip lap «h*p* U>*aly # / ecrt 

I eae Mr Bea*l*y. Bianiwp*, S23I2 loewHsra POLL PRICE 5 QOjL/ 



Bae Mr Bea*l*y, Bianiwp*, S23I2 

1 1 rirtrt - OAK BAY. SOUTH OP 



.UTipht rooms wed Duleit style dineiu Pull <11 RQQ Av^trr ei;.^iie^ a laam 52500 

ttesemaix will, fyu-o-MaUe boi wwiar r ' 



Di', 1 YN buys • t*r» romlwrt - 
llhle rise-e,»"r. hunpalov In 



men, viin not-air , ,s. lomar* 1 isasemei>< wnii •/u-ii'M«itr am vwiar . _ — iC.. % . _ ■. .. m, n..»Su.s 

frui, roam, tub* wnd teewtar* Atlwrbad 'hewtink Mant nralhou** and pels tie J®***^® ***»• B»nr*o« 

parape. eirrular dneevay Ut ISA * Iwndln* si*«* sbs(urad waters Onte faur Pa****'** . ?L mf’raifa /*e 

IS# EXrLUJIVE USTINO iMner’teB ■ mil** fronr elty eoeux f»wn#r win pi»r ^ ^ ' L^\ iL, - 



lb* wspniflimenr 
I Prire 



Beervibtii* In flril-,Tas« rondtitan At 
■ arhed paraae Nesrlr new ni, ranpa k,<d 
Vrneilan bllniis inrlurted riood #xQCrt 



#rtrt rtrtrt '•TlT P«*****»n »• ‘W* #iA-..rartrt EXTCA- OIETRICT On a Veneiian hllMis inrlurted <»"« EXQCrt 

523,000 »»l’*a(rt* praperly \ 5 |4T700 50f DU hill with lovely *iaw at wa’er ' dlsirtri PTU. PRI'E JOTJv/ 

Please Cktl Mr OTaola ffeeninp* 0 1212 »‘» f®*"n- «®»r OOOD 



COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES 



W* bare »b* Bnes, rommereui buildinp P R BRO^VN & SONS 
>ali*« in Vinorla. rangSnp tn *«* from 3E ,a va ww> -*.# 

I« 13d iTate* 81 • ta 12A’ x 24S*. and to I Tp) 

_. 4 ^ *.«■» as BSji ass oaa Ws# vnur ’ ^ , b,. 



f»OK2*IER UfBTftirr t-hle 
EX'SfVl ' GOHOK-BUttHHlUC Nira 5oDUU ihf PUU. PEtf-E an a eer* 
50DUU fiea raom bunpatew full ran- rhsrminp five ronsn k<>r.**IAw In one af 
irate kaeetneni. Nrnare and all athar me me*' Mlart and rieeirabi* loraUon* in 
usual leatute* immedlatt occupancy. . ib* eiiv larpe hs>-k sanr/arwi Pun 



priew fram 2) SM ta $3$ OM par yaur 
buaineae an* see u* Ara, 

Please Ask for Mr W O Cameron 



LANGFORD 



DUPLEX SPECIAL 

9»p*r israoraad suit* rented at 432 Lower 
2 ewwast and baUiroua lor pwner Basa- 
raarti, tarnar* Vau can redata rave llfinp 
^ by bwMrt th,. an. $^300 



tl ACRta. IS CtRARBD Modern 2-raom 
reoldenre sprlnp-fod dtrwa" rtm* ibraugh 

m^prortny $1 2,000 i 

Hear offer* raruidared 

Mr. Pape. R«« . O 4PH 



Cement basemeni and hni-air heatln* 

Larpe te, Thl* ham* I* about three >•%,* 

7 $6250 VERNON MARTIN & CO. 

Ask for Mr Klrkpairtek E*a* . K *4M LIMITED 



231 OOI-XRNMBHT 81 O 41 

Member Real Kslal* Rwart nf Vlr>»r" 



BERNARD & CO. 



Bttabllihrt IMS 

. Member Real Estate Board nf Vktarlk ' %7 000 <OOnn~*^’^ * 

0 4 ,, a nil BROAD ETREBT PROHB O 71T1 paod enndlUon U*,nf-raam, dining- iTTUL/ #• rderfu, Lame In a Wautl- 

ream dan bedraam, baihronm and fuJ laratlan Mir* rerewten halt Hvinp- 

ki'rhen Unaiau* three bedronnu. ran. wMh arthw** la <t,Tiinf »«nm lArpe 

— — fu.I basemen, har air piped beat Hirbee and pan'r* wi,h |i'l*id 

Separate parap* I 3 . 2 M raah will nisMed-'in hark pstrrh t)p < bedtanmi 

handle tbtt house Ralanra IM M ,twn viih basiiisi *,>d hethr<«m Pull 

s I A nr A I -rve monthly basement wim atnM •swdu*’ fur- 

VIL* I (JKlA KtAL I Y >.*** Ismuirs ,‘ibs *nd eHr* pltxm^inp 

•• w MiTT-sswi. e 1 n onn -**‘°’* *<”*®'** herb l* weaarait parsd* W* definitelr reenra 

H r MITtHELL- 5IU,YUU .WOHDERPtTL YaLBB mend ihls prniseriy 

ms DOUGLAS BT lOpprsstie 'Th* Bay", 8 luc-w bunpatew. abaui ibree year* akJ n..-. 

__ _ _ In hlpb location, pood larality Quarter- p- s -5 Charm- 

OBIcp Plrarte B 4IS4 am tet and oak *ree» Cantaininp „*itip- # I O/V^vU ,n* •luero bunpalew wUb 

■venittc Phone n »«a f®®* dlnlnp «,aee. kltrhen. tiled •Ink, hardwood floors lo *n m*,n LI*- 

* thrwe bedrworat. loar-pler# ba'hroom. lop.renm w„h fireoTsre dloioe r,H»m T 

separate Oted rhawer. HARDWOOD krtrooma mne vi'h fieenl*'*’ rebloei 

VA/ETCDCOriKJT- PLOORS THROUGHOUT PULL BANE- kliehen with not * P,e-e ,'^m*’;'*® 

WAItKrKUlNI MBHT Oft AUTOMATIC PUR.WACE. balhteom ROT WATER HBATIWO 

,, . THW RUHOALOW IS APPROXIMATELY treated an • Utp* loi In a heiutlfa! 

.? .•*®'®*_ I 400 Ml’AHE PEET WHERE CAR TOO eem," Aliarhed P*far» «**'» 



8 e« Mr Holm*. Beininp* O ISH 



PA1RP1ELO. ■ac-vlleal (Kua- 



baaemen' RsderorateA Instd* and tpat- 
l#*i)s eleait le'»* 1 y promds w„h frull 
'ree* and here,** 

e-rtrtrtrt-JUffT OPP IKfROE RGAP A 



^ VICTORIA REALTY 



CLOSE IN 

WALKING DISTANCE 



71* VftW ETRETr 



pAK BAY 



by bwyirt th,. an. $^300 GULF ISLAND— BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITY 

5-5UITE APARTMENT ^ 

a* *111 m>mihly J-nmmed eulte for »"•« 4^t in* eap apity lot T2 Mapnlflrwnt 
r Barpaln # 1 i rtrtrt **•’! Uelof quarter*. 

5 I 4,UUU arape far expaneten Phoue and 

ffnaneiaJ •’a,*ment at ih* office Consider 
Yirtarla inrone property. 

FAIRFIELD ROOMING Mr pap*. r«i o *ss4 

HOUSE TO BUY ~ TO 8SU, — TO THAOC Be* 



lAltrar,,** five-room bunpalow, i|*ib*-fnam MUST BE SOLD 

*« aider-type hem. with large U*,i,g-fwam 
rwnm*. rablnet klirheri ihtra-rter* bath areplai-r twa giiod-aued bedroom*, 

roNm Haacmrnt and hot-air furnace , 1 .-. mna •■uiit* 



ffpaciaua. Idkwrian* and beauUt'illy < 

f lanned are the highlt«bu nt this, oar- | 
sctly trull, "oderti *Uic<o bungaipw. ^ 



K P MITCHELL- 



■veBlttg Phan* O 3W4* 



roNm Raaemrnt ana noi-ai: 
Taxes M« Priced fur tmmedl- 
late sale al itenti*, 

' Ask fnr Mr Wllflam* 



nire 1*'M kiuhro baihroam and uUllty 

■ $5800 8-«et.*«a |57Q(3 

** Luting A-2«* 

Ask f'lr Re»ni* Crump- B 483T 



tnaeme S2M M mantbl* 

owner IT* a buy 
at 



4,000 TOOtea an* LOWER HILLSIDE 1 

.vw .1 Ih, ggir. Consider LL/vvtrt n,t.i_j,Lrc 1 cm IH \/AlllE 

trad* fnr Vietarta incene property A home wf hre tare* swam* idea, for worn . aVLiW Vrtuwt 

liHlj Mr Pape. Re* . O 42S4 InrmaA raWne, XiHbfti e»,ra Jart* U*- „ainp home In •■(elten, rwn- 

in*-raaew w,m fRepi-ie and three lad- cvpiprlaing entranre ball lie- 

TO BUY - TO BELL — TO TRADE Bee rnnm* Thu home has Itph, «r fl—f. pa’,- firepl*"* a«*e*’-*ue dininp- 

ha.em.0, fnrnar. an.1 narm.e # kCfVI iZm bflpm krtche’. pond bedr-mma 

rooChk for garaae Pilred a’ #Aj\A/ ^ ihw plc’e ba'hroom. full reraeot 

$9250 CAPITAL CITY REALTY Ask for Mr Rraimwaite* Pses n saw, basement wlift h",-*,r lurnaee and drive- 



U*Uu-raam dinia|^^ir.«HnJ,S^^^ DOPUCATE THIB. AT THIB PRICE* , sea. Ian 

klt^bCQ. Tlixtt BBOHOOkill 4Ad 0# OVff )<V*kll|if Iht mi JtA ' Bm Ut UttfftfM EvM Atbi&fl 47 T 

luxe baihrowm hardvaod Iteara .casement wradows and just wodle* af run. ■ 

n^”,G MaW Hi*T"te*^».‘’^mZ^ Deslpned imatteAtue^ ' Eveninp. Phm 

OIL -O MAT1C HEAT.^ te**,y rumpus taste so that every raam. Mr Wimer. M 

Price Ertiaslte.^dan J 18,500 11^:- guest bedroom, kluhea and ;::?k' GILLESPIE, hart & co., 

hat a fine view of the water And rai ' 

DAV I*" a whole half acre of laadsraped lawns' I XD 

MV Drt f lane Hi-iuer bees iha< paaeh riahi L I Le. 



Evening* Phone E 23M 
Mr Winter. Mr Repnh 



OAK BAY 



SPECIAL [u •“ mu"",;;? w,“r'w;n'‘raciy mT e««7 PHORt O I 

Verv Bilreettee aleena aaml.banaall,* 2T?* •»>» <10 Member Of the Real Bslate Board 

ISSlh al m? A,rt«”'oS?y » ■**^*'" 5I4,!)U0 M Victoria. RC 

cish' rears old and exreptionaHr well , A«k far Mr Rwrroupb ' 



and flnwer beds that rearh Qphi down 
ta a pearh and landinp stapr *i^is house 



PMORB n nil 



3 rbofhk for 



IDEAL ROOMING HOUSE 

J.^. Tbedrawm. j ^200 



StjlTABte FOR 2-FAMIUE5 



• roomed 2 -bwihraom house 
. fUCP Waifcifsp 
dMkansS 



$7000 



PAGE & SNAPE 



*Www 'ftaa* and Many Mare Pletotw*! 
Barpaln* a« Oar Offif* ' 



«M CORyjRAWT ETREET O IIW 

I POR • EEPBRIEHCBD. COHECIEyrTtOUff 
SBRV1CB 

It II It Insuraiare Vnw Rrtuire Oui Rnies 
Are Rark Bailam far 
Pire • Auin ffick and Aerident — 
Burglary Uabmiy 
Prom pt Bervle e 

Re Have Elir-cilrw Offtee 100 ** to Rent. 
Right Opposite atdw af CHy Hall ai 
•irwet Lersl 



Ask for Mr Rrail,>v*,ie> Pses n saw, 

•Rt pnPtftrsM GPPryfmiHniRA 
rOLUMN 

Par Art*»r*Mnt "f Ap#>'rpei<L— 

Aula rnuris K«»e1# RIeres Oihe, n‘,tl- 
nesae- and Cammerrtal Pmperi* 

Phene Gur rummerrlal DeMrlmen' 
fnr PUr'her lofnrma'lon 



FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 

mt OOYBIUrMBMT msET 
PWhHBff B 1211 ar E 42*4 



inp-roctn with Areeteee. aue*’-sue dUiinp- 
Mtwm bflfhl kUrhen iw« good bednsoioa 
and three. nte’e ba'hroom. full reraeot 
basement wlift hn,-*,r lurnaee and drive- 
in ear-** Vert pood garden lot and takes 
pfiTT m* Tmmedtaie tmaep- * E ' 

Sion Terms Pull peie* jO JLrU 

Utiintf A-tPTl 

Ae» fnr M' Maoses GT31* 



teraied gupib ®i Ihe Aieaue Only 
eiffti tears old aad exreptionaHv well 
built BntraiK* haJj. spacious (lyinp- 
dimns-rnom. modern kltehen 



rnooi dinini-rnom. modern titet>en 
THIurC BEDIIOOME and laur-Mer* 
halhrsKin, <tiM<a>'s. hardwood fiixirt 
• hrnuilM'Ul Pull remen’ basetprai. 



DAIRY FARM 

M arre* )0 arre* cleared, batence HlhT' 

buyh vi'h ra'imaied MP2" feet af lumMr 



HOLLYWOOD CRESCENT 
‘ DISTRICT 



FROM sn.ooo 
— TO — 

$9750 

QUADRA STREET 

A miCCO RBPIDEWfT IR A mSTRAht-E 
LGCATtOH "O e enrner wuh e few full- 
Hear, nr f’ull ',ee« im*" fniite a»* a 



QUALITY HOME 



AiraG'dAW 8 TOR 1 R. AmrCTvl’iL'.fc®** • 2«P2" feet af lumW DISTRICT iLOCATtOH no • mrner wiih * few full- 

TIORP.D HEAT, map*' pipinp Us«- •*"'!> rowM be dWt Etrepnonally well-, 'Hear, nr f’uH •’*•• »ni,te a»* a 

niflren, gardens Hear sea •imp, and i^iiH barn wuh eor'erete walla an# fteaa.l|snw.rMB, Boarrn ilurro bunpatew U*'e>p garden ThP well intlll tpinpatew 

iransporia'ten C t T 7Pl/^ '**' *" *•••- li>-k4H»l« ho* atsll lireDls*# DInint-ronm Hart- fomorise* hall snd mrridnr Hvlaa MW" 

Priee . 51 J,/UU •ft'l •"o rnrrfM. Pairr milk Wds »'"• g,„u„ rnnw snd beeakUel 

tetifiret. 1-rompariraenl bw’fe washss. wood floor* Caved sellings Cabiisei bll- ^nud bed’ooms wad 



* rlie-mrng h»e-ru,,m oerw Isonie in Rffh LAKE HILL 
Mws'toe -iverteoklnc the •*»*■ Many' 
very nire rewiure* *arh as tile sink , Modern an< 

HHe hoi water, rhimea.-hardw'-od floors- •emi-buBpal< 

linaulauon and high basemerd WUh dM*e- r<>n*l*Mn« o: 

Id parap* HM *lr Oll- 0 -M*llf hew, A* ' ing-rnom di 

' e*w* lo the water srsd anrhoewa* ran be era iwo brti 

Usunp A-E37 balU-in bai 

I Aefc far Mr Clsrfca <i T314' gnp flooera 



HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT »' «2!s:"'«r,3,V'ryir'«'sr5 

, S AUTOMATIC oil 

YECAIVT POMBBEION n«*-rna«n sidins HOT W HXATtno ppUy ineatetrt Onve- 
bppflaw In A I eraidinon Pull base ,in parape Tarns if #i a rtrtrt 

•OBI and furnar* All laror rooms A dextrwd. Pnll price 5 1 4,VUU 

OOQO HOMB POR C-dOCTl) 

OWLT CAIDCICI n noCAki LJrtsic 



GENTLEMAN'S RESIDFNrP ' , Aex rar mr emraa .TSI, 

-rai para Wf Hteh .gap*. | ’ REVENUE-570 PER MONTH 

A. GREEN REALTY CO. $735C“bm;:7rown«“:’.*^:..‘::! 



GONZALES 



HOLLYWOOD DISTRICT 
I BLOCK FROM THE 



uomrn rom <AO<n I 

54Y:>U FAIRFIELD— DREAM HOME 

OAK BAY ' I w^imp oll V.UlNPC\.i lUmCKT Mr^*r««d Martin" rrnidttlu ilnK 

^ — I Vltb tlrr0l4M. di|U0#-r40in Ar9^ 

NEW FOUR-ROOM HOME | •**fh*« •'«*, dinalie 2 anupw Mrod"*; Icirae in on a main ibwrowahla,* ibts et 

eoeed reitings ihrwuphwui, lovely nil B Irellmii ■•ppariunily Jar a persnti wbn likes r\ a ty oav/ ncrni irtcrn 

Tiu* nHra-rnddern siucro home canutu ' kiichen with tiled aink and every coovenl-iid advance 13 Md ttoefc e»iraal«ed plws DAT KcUUwCU 

W a HvSns-rwam wiib oak flowr and lire- ance. hicb fine baaemen, otib RA fur- all flxiitee* and eqwipo^ i Turnoyer 

plnaa. iwa twwd-aiaed bedrawrai. A-pitee •»< dHte-ln parape utility rwoni about U 2M tw 14 001 pet mooch •Reasoei- ' •'■''"if*,.'" • ***‘1"7'* 

Bwrabrnfce baibrwem. •mtp-the-miBffii cab- •*'** »»*• ••300 hanEtei #irt Crtrt OMe rent alto • suUo te be yarant on *y*f**' -'?L* ' JlTlS!*’??? 

bMl kliehen and a oiUltp room wuh 5 I U, jUU ,Ur*t wf Iha yea* for new nwaar a, tew rein yl**!*.-.*!* J.’?*-*??? 

<AAnO >i>,w-ve y. l2l $7^S0 ®hd *-p,ee- Pembroke baihraom PuB 

waioly prteMt at iQOUU CITY -GORGE MODERN bnseraon’ witff hn’-alr farnaee, 

rvenina* Mr Otacui. O iono 'Mh« and drive-, n paras* # i y CYYrt 

FAIRFlFLn.fV)N7Al FS ’*** R R A -bum bora* Nns 4 *tinp of 4. Pn**ee«ten tbiMt da** 5 1 I ,OUU 

PAiKPICUU-OUrUAAUCi raoras aad dinrtie o ff llvind.ewwm lUa I ry, ,«i ew iJMinp A-JOOk 

OTYBft-ROOM iwn-tterf aWnp boas £f7?‘* .. J* . I**”*. DUPLEX Aab fee Mite CwurtnaB -O 22IT 

■ewaa w-to —a wrni MARiws VIEW i basa w oni lenh' R A lornace and 

SooratT^r^ Poll baseoseeM wuh I ",^*** tXMBDlATB <Q 1 Crt ««*• W ■»« tevele .dunlM , 

%a4>atr foraae* Gab flwwr* In th# mate •H38RBBEIOR a* 50 I DU ,Pf ai* f»«* **• 

SPMa Thte U a line lamilv bnm# and if™*- ,*Hafae*oe mi4 

r.S" $7500 gorge-no STEPS substantial xroom 

M Mr i*„.. • »• j57» m “.iii home 

LAKE HILL DISTRICT Sro-iT-.n;" - c. 

•E202 OOWR PAYMB3CT - CLOSE IN ^ TSmlT^ ^arw 

m» focR-Hooig trucoo bomb «.p 4. DUPLEX— CITY^ j ■ - uZAn. PANDORA Kem'tSnrS? fw^?te.-rg5SVu .7^ 

M alraawl bnlf aa a«r*. a laepe poriMn - lap* baawUfunv-landM-aped prouada wqth 

M Wbteb ma WO OawatepM parden •mab ImSSroiS 3 loJSlIr ter JJSet ■«'« S**,Sv5Srte^i2i*’^ mJLi*r..22r 

-MffiArt. barrtet aad ewIuMrie shraha The ®Myw«taiM*^*4t. Im^ Terms ' ateurwt^g|^ra?ata^yaJ)wwn tJt^a 

. ir $6300,“??#!^,^!^^ r .-ra.,. r, 



•84-2M OORIXAt IT H EET 
'fflde Pf coaK~cniM> 
PRORE B2III . 

GROCERY AND 
CONFECTIONERY 



brtnpa tba owner a pmaa in- 
rnme nf k*b per month wttb na effort 
whatever This aevra-mnnsed house is 
divided Inin Iwo separata aaita* earh bav- 
ins Hi own rear enirsnce in Ihe fail 
eement baseatvn there' la ■ rumpoa rnnm 
parelisff In eedsr veneer a hot-air f>,e- 
hare snd laondrv tuff The lavee ami 
upkeep are ver* low As nd orcipanry 
ran be piven ihts is Hrteilr s rsven<ie 
w'npAslTIoh Pot further periirnlsra call 
Afr— Vernon Msrtin at rnidvits lOTK 
Ijitlnp A- 22 * 



Pith lireplare dtninp-room . bright rab- , 
inei kitrhen wirad lac range two bedroom* I 



•‘iha and driw-ln pwrasa # i k CfYrt 
Pnsteealon thteiy davs « 1 , ,DUU 

(Jeilnp A-lOOk 

Aab for Wise CourtnwB -O 22IT 



I Ai^c Liii I • eonler eteekvre sewaralor Tilllfciiic ma rhen 'otted te, Memi' range eleein* ui'endin hathtnoo* Hesdpaod fteor* Hi 

LANt rllUL ehine vlr null per.*, 3 bull* 2 ehleken i....a, Twa aoaO.aueO he<l. enWdlUon AMh ftenre* and eouM 

••VUIM. enareeie flwor. ,100 birds eaiM. iain.a^ berateU eonver’id m»- «wa addUtesial 

Modern and »en atl/wciiye slu * a j wo-room rUiapv. implemente «ioo »e- ; JSrha.^meri miva^ ^ biwemem <07<A 

rsvnrre..,is^;“7^ $n.ooo 

r‘™rbeS,n;:f.';^b."h?:s^ "MuV*rAte “■ ‘ Hollywood district 

haMwood Hoor* Pair eemewf'* r\Ta GONZALES I BLOCK FROM THE 

ment with large rampsu rwom and This la a gnlnp ooneara which dad and I _ ^ 

bam-ln bar. Uvely. lawns, ahruba , the beyt eovM handia asiturtef a pwM , i-ROOM CBDAB BfOIRO DWCLURO SEAFRONT 

and flowera ff1 1 AAA'li®®"* Oroas Inaoraa wall over gll.MO'Emir roams doww and thraa op 3-Ptewa I 

Prica — A I I rUVA/ wra aonura AU partirulan win ba dls- ! bathroa* Ktfl iisiim basomeni wTtb a TlgGROOOHLT • MODHBR BTUerO 

; framed by owner only with inierwatad H A furoMa; Jaondry Mba and teitai BUROAIiOW Comprtsm wlda aojryaw 
r-lTV bavar Thera ta also a aMforubte lowr- Ratdwood floars In fwwr rosmia Un hall, dowaia daor* te a Rjtendtd Beted- 

Barepucally well-h«iH Moca. •••' a . w s* 

bungaww. lour yeara old and ww « eTws ' Ask far Y C Davis U*lhroom w„h all mwdera leatwraa Rard- 

al'racMve Bnitansw hall. M*teg-raom. ' ^ ) wood floor. PuU basement, wash tab*, 

dlnins-tanm fnwdcrn kltcliea wiTh Uled helfyi, 3 bi^ IB wet marv^i^ TDIDI CV / -ho, -air furnace Oarapa kn bwsemeral 

sink Iwo bedrooms and wmderyi balh- f®** informal, on at offlca ooiy and »o I ftirLCrt S- lAotemallr Aomestte hot - water aupp** 

room Two wuroons apafatn Pwtl viewed by appoinimant # kC AAD >. . w n. . .a ■ - Th* whota In exreiionl #11 AAA 

K nenl baaeraent. drtte-la gara«* only Prtn# 54D,UUU Blurea with Durwld raof Tw* fonr-roM PRICB 51 I <UUU 

rly poeecMten <0<An **f Mtirhell I aoartmeww on m*te fteor. each with 

^flM iTJUU I flreblaee in liying roM Two bedronaas 

FATRFIELD ,rabte« kllrhen Ulaslnk Pawr-wiera batb- I LEACH & SPARKS 

: Ite. -te. bte.v 8 S57/5 OR OFFER ! -K:*n^r,rr'*'in. 'm. BtteffffRARO TRETT • 4m 



Aak for T a kfonk 



#Q 1 Crt|Oloae te Brae)" HIU Paeb lovely .dunlM 
SO I Ov ,of alt r ooms down. ) roema «p . All laray 



swoma Tim ta a line lamilv bnmo and 
aabM te. kutak rale 

OaB kgr Imias. tvanlnpa B TMt 



GORGE— NQ STEPS 



r Ibt* et Ksraitaai ‘Imaiten. noe blork off * I bachalor suit* te Usement with plumbing 

who like* rs Aty dax/ occm i/*crx Quadra, is UvU praairally new s lucc* mg.fdpa, hnusa te sood laealten In Pair- oarape One apartment ywadr for oeeu' 

lined pte* OAK BAY REDUCED bunsalow Kairme Itell. li*tng.ro<m. ,,14]^ Three room* dewp.. and I, MdroMD* . pansy la ab*«t two weaki # 1 *y rt/\A 

Turnoyer ' glPing-row Hi odtrn ***^y*- innd bathroom apatalrw imn»e<naie pM- price 517/000 

Tteasoei- ' Modern ainreo bunpalow In a sheltered ' rooms and baihrimm. hardwand floor* (wsaloo Term* can tak arraoped ... _ ^ . . 

v.fswt M loaaiten Has ihrough hatl Itemt-room PVll cement haspmeol. VQQAA „ n-waw Aak ter T B 2<ook 

^tew ra^ flffpl*'-* dlninp.room, bright rab-, bol-air fu raara. P rice 50VOU *“ Oopan 

inei kitrhen wifadlacrahd* tPO bedrooms I wuwihar ^ UaiiBoa la 

^^850 r„4,4rii bnirraen’ witX hn'-air lurnas*. ■HIGH QUADRA E 'Er«'l?"L7^S2'n.S^^ H WHITTOME & CO. 

” -r, , limited 

Ijviini A-iWk MuMO Tudwr-ttyta hem* elgbt years htwnaa. aparlmen, hoaeaa. roomihi howaai, amvMmMx #ntHHT bmaa 

Aab for Miss CourtnwB -O 22IT old and hull, ai ihe finest malarial* auto tpwrts. buslnrasaa af ffRfrrent kind ^ * 

. _. . Bntranre hni: aparteua UrUp-r**m, 1 gnd bgateaas btecka in Iha xity We pst- 

ely .duplM . teode ra blKIWn- Tpw Mrpoma ms 4 rarrexpondenee from an part* pf 

^Uray Iftenada and would ba Hanaed so pte* you 

'•*4ee end rr*^te.«Tr’MidJiV**^^ Quaiw-aera informatum If you •»• vonsldering , 

Miai.TXNTlAl A.RnOM . $8400 IMONEY WHEN YOU NEED IT 



$ 17/000 uatinp R" 21 



LAKE HILL DISTRICT 

gE2«2 OOWR FATMERT 



SUBSTANTIAL -6-ROOM 
HOME 

OR ntAUTTPVt. GOBOB WATBR8 



al teeely garden* 
Prlea 



BEAUTIFUL HOME, 7 ROOMS 
SECLUDED 
RESIDENTIAL AREA 
'VERY MODERATELY PRICED 
AT $12,600 

I dMt 2 yPara *W. te flnam aotadHIon 
Ihrpwphaat Owner-orruplad alnaa aom- 
pleuon ita stary, alaara **k fteara in 
main rnama eaniral hall at anirwnaa 



FAIRFIELD 



H YB R IRt t PRGREff 



1 MONEY WHEN YOU NEED IT >» Pte* miak un— ya* 

fTiwiwtr familT-ilB* dininp-Twam. . 

I A Palrfleld ham* Pith revanw* ol AIM paa |terya g ted er n asbltiPt kltteiM Pit* kr^- 
< mmrtir nwm tew staJiea. 4 iwaena (or aapiar fast nooh alarcrt/ rang*. 4-pM bath. 



Can ba pwrehaaad on awsy term* by re- 
sponsiata parly The looms nre larpe 
the. appam t rasBls ar* »««*r*«s piifl 



basement, hoi-alr ternac* *e pars la gar- 
ace keawUfulle-landN'aped prouada wqth 



f— — rt‘-^ II. .f f«i vMI-<an- 

•irueted homa near •*• aod tsoneper 
’••ton Uvtnp-room. dlttim-rpom. 

nnd kUrhew Three bMraaou an# 
bathrwom snataira hardwood Wwa n 

PntI eewmei paaemeo’ Ai- ffortrtrt 
trwettee gardew Prlaa HOvrUv 



Mr Miuhetl. 01*44 • Mr aarl E2l#f Putl basement arte H A ternaoe Thta (tea tww generms-aiasd bwdf 



Mr Baris up b. O 1412 



tsema ta eioM te the ke*e4i and tha priea data iwte boffg. ganewated dlalrway la tap 
IS rwasonabw nasrt/w bodraoma and fcwjft* '••• 



BERNARD & CO. 



OAK BAY— 5 ROOMS 
NEAR HIGH SCHOOL 



FAIRFIELD 



#0 4rtrt ked r aama and tewing ,••• •*._ 

$o40U ratertit bnaemeni b&l «)Unt. 

yprafftr fnm fmMTidwndrT. warhMten. 
fuat room bet-atel^ with etebee Lwvatr 
laitdaanpad teti 
lawh. frvlt tram 



It fmM.. idwndry. warkMisn. 
ut-afrheiK with etebee Lwvatr 
M powl. ■fwrkerlaa. ahraba, 
iram. vepeiabie pwrdva Tba 
itfh Mas* All new hamsa te 



(•sA-by-atdw atwoot Pwptat. 7 rears old. 'loralipa la blgti Mas* All new hawM te 
iSd amsstruGod p( floadt maianala. 1 ra*Si *^^lha 



rptusd IMda and wawl j — . xhla pwr.haste 

very «nmla*tnMa bmaa MiUnn mm ^sa mt iha Baeat te a t m #rt/\ 

2 i/*draama largo Itvtat-ewnm with •• d* <l^ .S(Vl 



aaaa Beaateaa- n den at emwn bad- 

roam kflebaa mm* paatry Poll 
ewmaat basement with fwrpaee B apa 



YtekPPta. Prior 'termai 



$13,500 



nwammp w "mmra wim • iiviM-iwra,^ TIJU I Mir.;i.om mrae gopa-aie arflroomi. nv- >ira x** • ^ «in _.v_4. XJii., ’ teurai wr->i>s^ sa ^ w^iw—w —w- 

IBgBt, Pitt Po* ftom aad ftrvplaew Th*v i ’•^'^'^Jlnp-rppm. larwa kitchen with panuy aad ’nffrTte ^hr ^radar ^B^at7 aate^ L ..x. wm wxx.s x* *i.4x- . <K9 .***iJL*?iI hAadPtenu and drt*a-w garagaa 

te w apbtpet kitelsefk. iwp badrauma and /-/rtrsf-r ra • rt-ara- Ifllii'ty rwnm with laundry iraya. PnU hidh 'pfdir*# HkBiwdlaie ••* is lUM Betete Baaed of Yirtarla, >DZDU Bl^ «••** •“ **•** 

S^ gorge 2 lots , M**meotpytt4s«-airlurnaet Bman tei b 2 b PORT StteEffT PftORBBMM. Siir^aiiK^lhta^L^^inSra^ *^^*2!* ^'^*****^ 

;s^ SSSOO.'^^'^ *5250 VICTORIA'S finest 

ewsiesii-s^ $2000 DOWlM CITY CLOSE TO GORGE. "ti. 1 I OYD'^ RFAL F^TATF gyarn .g ^ Ot^r M a lan^aiy CAUlarate.tvpa modarm score. bansateP 

DUPLEX - - dWTa-lh bAsaptrwi. bwt.agr LL.kJTL.fd rtC^U with caekeM mm* ItPb Pw ^ Hardwaad naan. I 

__ . Yaew eamtPTiabta A-remw buaaxkaw wtik Rwarly pop atwrea bontalaa UTtng-rwam- tiiwafad wa Upg Jnt. Claaa te uaaa- sAir,^ iAiriinAa.i/*p termaltea _pMma Mr IBadw B IlM . J?x 



Itftaaf h om ei •* have had te offer for 
a Imp uaM Itertrla rand*, awahioff 
M*hsn* and oama albor Horn* may b* 



. , Yaey eaatfartebte 2-ro* bungalaw *,ik Ueing-rwam- rawat ffiiwaiad 

DRASTIC REDUCTION IbaSmeiit ramaca and drrra?in"^rapv i***® Oaor. iw* badrowEa. ^ 

__ R • ■••d tegy ##rt#rt ^■•*'**® *'***•«» ®*d wlimy raam *• 

aovnr or oak bay ATIRVB ' h <5250 Auached parapv Tata* 224 Ri«t ' 

M Araaad l4Mg Pia haoitia batenra 2i I PFeijr 



ffiiwaiad wfi Ateg Jnt. Claaa te traaa- 
MB . Da a UlUs decavaitad aad 



Pnaoe m ian Hi 14 dark 



BOVIte or OAK BAY ATIRVB | g| 5D4DU 

BHgpteHM baartmank a the tymsad ftaar _ 

to Bgrateasar. B-taatt aanrrmaat ranted FERNWOOO 

to Ml to maatt t«hleh *aa bn la- Haaty-daravaiad 2-eaam — wnh 

— rate. Ihiial gia Ott-O-MblW *4aad yieagUag t^fteaew^siilSrpto 7^ 
toMba m* Atoaaita hat-wwisr la fwO aarv wtillry *••■ att% uta terw Msaa 

dtoto III r DatP4d raaf Oarwaa and bHwda ^ sAErt 

SmT todaa Tbte teteto mto Ss old PM ariaa 54 yDO 



ri22 a rwaath 

PhB »rlM 



Hid PM arte* 



^ GORGE — 2 LOTS 



$4950] 



I ar Me teaete 



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VlBW. * tlTUy. 

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lac for •hlpfSADt to ta* south* t. WhAt U a «ord bvfinniai with 
dropped off. domestic d«xnAad wba rl tbAt tnraA* *'* errcmeBiAT'f 
fufflrtrnUT stroof to d*Ar aU aup> aNSWEES a 

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steer* wba l96.&0-tM. with good sppUed to lower sAlmAto And ptontA. 
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"OSX liUMa ai UgasrArr anluia 
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e 1 A Ci*)A A ll>a>raaia ba<aa »ttA baamaaat. aadar 

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Stocker atAterlAl. $ 30 *fa. At Mont* in It. Accent first jqrUAbI* 
B 7 . CBA FTAB t« paaI th 4 cif the steer offertBf «nt 

9 Maabaatlt. Apaai far brought t2l.60-W4. 
rtaa ladBctoa* tiA . bail* Steers $31 down, and good eows, 

Jtat b* baa andor Saatlaa ainui 

AcL^eaaaaiiad ettA tba $**-*0 tO IITAO. 

"u»roStrA‘ awi^ar^ Winnipeg oleared medium to good 
rt Dttlrtrt ar^alaria ai slAOghter StCCTl At ll$*$S$. Abd 
*ci?S»JLS!ii"aVBL5ur totOkum ID gpod fertST CAtUA up to 
‘oT* 2la'\^"iiaS‘ OAlgAiy hAd somt 

1SII. and Lata 3^1. chotoe Steer* At $34. but moAtlT $31- 

•**: Sdmontem, $34; I 

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«iib afl naStra aai.t*Alti.r*a, an* taitlt bp 
a rcouUbia balidar *ba vUI ataa* bobias 
feia aiork Aftrartitt rac«ni<g ball aad 
tt«o rharauac r*OM blM UIUII7 ram IT IB niJ30U IBOBBO that a boor ad 
Uu«* (or AoiicUt. axi*t>aiD ua;i. fafli* AtJCS RKFIMAMKHT In tueb a aultabla 
brt.kt baibruoia attb rtw>»i*r llaiaraa liiMtiurt btcMata tvaUahlt for aa> » Thti 
Mmm a( Ukt Maat aaaotaiBinu M> bo tiaioly tMitfanrt boi « largo frvTng-ro>iia 
faun* Ui ibu bxuM ara inlam SngUtA ou *ttb nfralaer an* buiU-ln bookeoaoi tp^ 
floaro tbraudbaao. MawtUoily mtarad . rtaua draalng-nwai fooK-alst BtaijAdlt 
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fan tiuulaliaa, tUt* aiag, *UM far ranfa. I antrandS ban MaaUr brdraaai vltb 4* 
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ooaktarr Stdnrr at Broaiabad aroaa paohaaa it. . . S4SS kSajIatr Or. . S1*SS Toa eltarod. 

I Blattorn 4*4 roaa banpaloa aa baaa- baUf A* SMS Uuara At 4SSS buncaloa N 

aunt notasaarr U all cltculatias baatar Dalbaajla At SIXM SStKaasio Ara. S4X4 a«io caart 1 

tf *t■aad. Kttb Quadra KUUtda ar , Daacaatrr Dr isn NicbalaaD St SStt I uraa can ba 

lark««oe arua Mi aoar SS.OSO lOavslaa St. >Morth toSi. CMtiaarctal S4M . __ 

■' Vi JSB ® « .a 

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Br JKAN NEt%TON 

PTlM Al^ "TIT FOB TAl*-rto»i Tip fee lAg 
"The modsm sieng version of ‘sa 
re for sn tfe.' " a rseder cslia this 
STBie. Actttaily tt to more com- 
Sanmrts of cAtUe to the United ^ lighter vein, perhspe 

totM for ImmedlAte slsughter snd »"• ^ of sn **- 

If feeding touled T5B4 hesd. to *" fivtmM 

ing the ovat-aU shipment* tine* r«Aluutm or revenge 
le embargo remoTsl on Aiiyii«» ^ Modem U |e. compAred to the 
r 3S3J0g hand exports of enU' bbout 40$ 

ittl# snd breeding stock for the English speech. Actually 

eek were 1.41$. and the total to ^ expreasinn graw out of the 
lie this year I* I03J19, Calf ex* / UP for tsp—lurrslly one 

«e loUi lo date 33.W0 flheep and Them to *.*ne auppoaiuon in the 

mb export* were 311 hesd ,hd ^ 

le total since Augiwt S to M.Ml ‘ point to the old French 

^ Idiom, •'lani pour tani." so much for 

so much, lesvlng open the quest ion 
1^1 m 4^r>*M-i ^ whether thla did not at least 

Ut few 



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larte vaurfrMt farn* affarad at Crar- 
I uoo al twt BkcalUbt reMdaon. huOdins* 

a and pmductiT* aaU capable pradut-inf 
larff rratia MBataM iMd palatort, aw, 
pr ueaaisck TAia praperit fa a natural 
i3t f>ir tarfuaira bera*' aaap. Buwiar arbiMi 
rr» at MlacUta r ai art - Aar BaaMy Bsrety 
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Want % toeaiy, tors* btirMUte, S-reaw 
Madam buncalew. aflardiad a ear- 

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tot TS a 1T4. «llb becuulul unabairucud 
etov af aaa an* Mpuaialn» CnMpriaias 
Mae antraac* ball, eharauna LR. 31 1 it. 
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aiaid OJL. Mattar bedrooM »lu* s*od- 
Uaad badraaM at daa «iib PP. alaeeta. 
ala.. b«UI-ln eabtnat kfuiien vired fer 
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mem fesr-plae* PtMbrek* baibreoM. alaa 
totpi Mimr reaM *lth beatin* btoat aad 
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SieibSi Aswad aaw New a* Oak Been, 
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boyMabemai. abavi 104 fruit traaa. 
MBMiy Rvaet abtrriaa aad paaie. revedu* 
of aaaut 414l* par anaoM. iMMadlau 
poaaaaalan. Ate • re*M baut and ab 
aecaaaary abtaeilrttbs*. Artaatoa «aU aUava 
ter irrtsauoo. PrUa. 111.1** as larM* 
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INEXPENSIVE 

ideal baMa taUabla fee aaopto 
' ntaa feiMi aad batbreaM. 
par ape. aaifP abteSa* bawe. 



$3500 



Influence the formsUon of 
Ut." 

m ibst ease Ms sssenU 
would Mrtalnly lean 10 tbs Idea «F 
exchange- -ao much for so much— 
SAther Lhah to the Idas of vengesnee 
or msUatlofi as in "sn eye for sn 



Xnsbr^Htd by b ^juI Bty eheot and 

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OTTAWA, DSC U SCFI. — Osr 
lOAdIngB took B further deettns dur- 
ing the week ended Deeembtr 4 
to tlJ06 cAfB from $$.111 cars for 
the previous week and $1JM cars 
last .vsar. the Burtau of ButtoUm 



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S25.000 

FOR AN APARTi^ENT 

$25,000 



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eic a a i ad eaeaa •• tow keiaea «a eery gSMl 
torarieti and naady l« •tt/yihtng Po#. 
aaeaian M dayi 
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BT^UV l-reeM Raeaa 'wnfato* eitb 
OU-U-MMlc htaung Msai to (uU r«aM«b 
baattaeni Bhd dilte-Ib gafBiCrTVito *a- 

UdSlfel bama la aaly a le* yaara aid aad 

la la btauUful aendittoa. 



APaimcBirr block 
paiBmLo arrATB 
all to pertact raBdittan 



repurted. 



Waniad tor *u el aur n«* b*M« avntra ^prie* 
an ana'tMri't. Ml|>aaQ(alBad. abavto* a] 

E mit net rtturn. ip a_iit«>rabla tecaUun I 
•(.g a» aa'lntreiawat Ma laa- 1 

aaty rtaiitrrd Vtiu murt lie a taun* elWctato 
bawd ea adt anly arawnl rtteraaievU ' 
ut luiuit dtktntblM* Call Mr Baual- Prlca 
httarb. B4I4I I 



fierM. trheoU t«r Tbrr* aadreeaM. ktl- 
abrn wir^a* for rang* felt baanaanl. beat 
fiaed'tn wtl r«n»« <>eira afumbigg. aa*- 
arat* lertg* TB* ebcit prupeitT to Ui- 
Mamtela wndlllen aa ddraraUAg reeeired 
If'*' IMirM* rteC'.Aally pbatnalon 



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ouf own tongue, the chotos remsins 
fur the resder. Ws* ihst "Up (or 
tsp" A sUftk* for A ttroke. the givt 
sod UXe of sn even bArglun or ob- 
llfbtion— or WM It the IKersl blow 
in the shsrper ussge 6f-‘‘'Sln rye /or 
sn eye’/ ’Ihto column sssms only 
for its more modem UAsge thsi It Is 
the more essus) ides . snd its Ittersry 
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$13,500. FOR A HOME THAT 
IS MODERN 



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'J '2 aisbeay ladag tba.^ssa uTtu 
aciat aJaarM. tee «uy Urge rwtMad batiaa. 
:«l(b batbresB. aor-reoM raMtt. leeiaMant 
tnr.uubayi snd Mlak. elsb sbed* ssd bauS' 
tft|. ate Q«*d pekaihiiiilaa Pn<»4 ngbi 



Prtra > I OOU 

Prrtrr Oak Bay or a s«i*t tiratt lb Rigb , TO OUaDR* RCliooL 

a uadra Refluiremet,,* tmird .n goad- CLoeb TO wuAuna ACULPOL 

ird LR ‘]i tea twdroeaia an* drn. a^ili-rrar old ,b«u>*alaer4vry Madrrn Itour 
S bedtoaBie* i)« gsrate and all haaung Tdavn. lee «a. Lara* aardan Tea** 1ST. 

Thik nan Is mbIi!| freto kfanlteba and ftaduasd PTOCA 

■lU warti Boaamlan aiauAd January 14 $/OvU 



M»*eni veir-CulIl litvr-fooRi stares bangs- 
toe In gaud aundltWA •aMertdne •nlreaec 
bait, alireail** tlelwg- r ee M «Ob ItreslaM. 
ten ba-lre-mi ruar-Mnn* CMblnokn twtb- 
seoM. kl’rhan wire* let ransa sn'd*dfnmc 
spare Pelt ba**«»nt. laundry irau. rar 
a»aee s*>d-be*-e»* Heed IRee to< to aaMwi 
Tbias aaa Hail Mark to fsed but wrelr* 
Peaaewiari and lerMt PgACA 

Oeod bertng at pOtjU 



PTCAA'~‘k»*Pttsnally aluestlT* li«a- 
tor toUU reoM Slurce bbogatow buiy a 
ti* yaara old aad to abaMuwly seriMt 
wndlUaa tti t segbset We kMsawnt but 
torga eUltiy ao4 Jawndry tpMe Tba houaa 
W btats* by an an* -wv vart gukrantoa itiai 
• bit nengalse M wall sboea (ha atarage 
and la prtrsd belou iba Market valua by 
senar. aha to toaetng Vtaterl*. 



TWO riANOB— CAEPCTB— TOTS 
Such SS 



OSAd ChASUrtAld HAitss. — 

C'BBsctAA. Biadi» i .A WR ge. $ rweww clb 

Anikin. T.bl» t SS SiSL , 

iseobeAB Style jAedlalere Stgndi, ca*. vauiito* 
1H1$ BrlUAh lAdlA Bog. $x9 SAiwtok 
B«t. Hit Wiltea, And ether CArpets. I ^narena 
fine silk tApeslry t'phsUtered Arm- ueVtoHra 
eliAlr. fine $-pleec CAnrsd Omh 2* .!L*2itb it 
Olnlnc-Robm KaU«, Walnat Dreaaer*, tapenai T*. <l 
MAbegAny Bed. daIutaI flntoh OIa- *otUe*a”pe? 
ette B^lA with 6 chAlrs. TrlBsA, DoU 1 Pse«r Cae». 

Prtos Bras. 
Sinpaans 
BtoiMlard Chan, 
Oaa Waatoa 



lupttlriach. gaisi 



PKRWWOO»-rUMB TO BIOM BCROOL 
Blf rsvma I Seen. I up Purisac* ba*t 
m* la a rare eann bsw* tAraa to*. 

*" $4500 

ALBCRT BtmOOW— RXAL BATATW DBPT 



GORDON HEAD 
WATERFRONTAGE 



HEISTERMAN & CO. 



im BLAMBItARO 

Odi SItb Tsai si BUal BataUag to Viktoria 



Rithel Consolidoted, Ltd. 

Baiab1l«hHl IS7t 

WaMbar Baal Biiatr Baard ef Tlrtsris 

im WWARP ATRKrr pmonb a itn 

Btralnf* 

Mr eaaaanae. S VPBS ' Ur LerttL O 4S4S 
Mr AnIcftVT. O }>*4 



ALEX G. HILL & CO. 



1 1 T acrea am baauufnt At Margsm • Aay 
PumUbad 4-rs«M buuw Oeubto garag* 
•itb Uvlng abartsn Ntos a. 1 n c.r\r\ 

baasb Prtoa $10,500 



/ISH UP-ISLAND I 

PltOKt B M14 Ws sr* pWeilased to affar at Ihla Utos sn* 

si Uw finaat dairy larMi sa tba lalaad. 

— — *** BAgfld*, CAfB, Eleclrlc TrmlR. aU- 

I aldrrgrs^ and* paa- SRRiORl BtongBS, HeAlprs, Bltcbea 
toina 1^ UTtne aa- (hensll*. as new Electrk ForUbl* 
y si? au-yaar erMtl; C«rAmeph«De. tlectrtr Ceffe* Oriisd- 

K: 

b bsibraaM as. A Moffbt HAadi Cbsf. Vscvobia. Cbhm, 

luk »«•*. FUIwats, TaMp 4A*ps. |.'*Htng waps swept aII soybesn con 

Eleclrtesl AppUsnep*. Stemp C*l-^lrKrts down 1$ cents, th* limit pr?' 
tociton. very good Rteel- mltted In s single session, on th< 

Catting tdklbs And psrt*. It-aAm BoArd of 7*rAdc All other commodi' 
Movie FrvjeAor And Ine folding tM suSsred lArge losssi. And endet 
screen. Ist i^Mg^fitws for tbs dsy. 



WANTED— FAIRFIELD 



' S-roAM buagatoe. sat arvr tS yaara Md 
Vsira-Modsni IwMe pf nvc raam* Ha ^*>kt ba a eorm enMlnribbla bptos eitb 
•4*0*. AuUMaiia Ml vtarhaad foarad- s<»d hratine tykirw Cspb ar Undan 
dralt atr-csiiuitkrti*d beaUng Osubto araa srelarrad Ptaaa m sb net osada* 

inabtoUan. Tea Urge badrosmi tba uBUl /ansary. tS4> 
laraat in aatonai kuabas. Uatog-rauM 

as* difttog-rwto eiib awe at ifca eaiay KinOTU milnDA 

KardesbS fto a ra ihrsogbsui nW kllrbab NUK I H UI/AUKA 

an* batbraMt Large aiiaaftad garag* „ . ^ , 

•nd «ii&ty t*M itoat aalua aflarad a* I'* ** 414 PM aato far fairly Msdani 4- 

tadar i storkei Sae loi yauread at iba '*wb bangata* 

ilAval Raad* kuMlalaian 4s Tsary eras- iCaQ Ut Wrtobit 

'■•M. ai tba ea*t and ef Vlae a 1 ^r\/\ 

Bsyal Aaaaua $ i Zr 600 ' 



FOR SALE . . . BUILDING \Vta!' 

LOTS ON THE FOLLOWING 
STREETS 

USrtD HHICBS AS AMOVPN !*!*! 

UadiMb SL 1414 MitfhsMn Bt. HM 

AdBiraU Bd. 4434 Waller Bt. H4d ' 

Oavtiia Bt nil Bar Ata iM4‘ •***. * 

WMnrWf 81 nSi <-a*ar Bill ISSO !***; 

RiabMsnd M. nn Oparartar Dr. Iltl 

Baptra At 4434 Quadra St 1400 

Pinlay*s*i St tass Plarenca tt. *4*0 - . - 

Pinlaysoti tt 4410 Baacbeaad 450* . .*•* frsaahsms ssd sUwr aMsUsr 

B 4I« I Uaylatr Or. 41 3M CreMwea M. Il ls* ss»»«Udlnsa. e*J7 HOA 

rank 8tra*4 lApartmant SPiwdi 41 4M PTtas 90/ /\J\Jv 

... '”2 sno BoelBMaot Bitya 

Ntrhaltsn St ini nnitia Si 41M ^ 

Ragin* Aaanas ilnatodtog tsMbari 41V4 ... 

fnribae Rd IMl* SMbnuma S(. I4M TO CLOSE AN ESTATE 

Sikntay Aa*. ItoO TilUrum Rd nT* 

Violat A** 4314 Vuto Rat^u 4434 M scrs*. aaprestmatolf M altos Ststanes 

Waeideena Bd I1T40 War Aet glM M sera* ondar aeitlaatis* eitb geed fatolly 

CadSure Say Road itrsianda> 43 )go errbard Bslidlng* eanaiat of valt>ana- 

w**tat1 Puaei <T«s kMti for |4St atrarlad S-resM haow eitb all MsOtre 

Wyebbory 440* BaoolMait Bd. PSSS esnraetanaae, bam for IS haad, bma bam. 

Ask far Mr. Beater lasleiMni sbad. lari* bay bam, rbickm 

HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. Keraa aa* tranaportattoa. PIT AAA 

Ills DO CO LAS ST. B 3141: Brag. B iltl iMdmiiMnda* 3 I / t\AAJ 



OAK SAY 
ULTRA-MODERN 

Ba raato bangatoe, 1 biuoks frato bsacb 
Oargeiad rseou. Otl-U-Ua»M ftaaliit* 
PaaaaMlae W * » ^ XAA 



HEISTERAAAN & CO, 



HIGH QUADRA 

Mkitra $-fbsM huMa. I moMa aa greuad 
rieaf. Rardeaed Itoera Net-gaiir baai- 
tog. Pull baaatoaet. nrage. Ta* wta. 
plenty al frvll *( Ail klada e'oTCA 

ThlMlS asrelleat aalu* toO/toU 



fill BiJtmflABD ST. 



1341 BCATTIE WA8BER 

Be* TuPsdsy'S Pspen (or DetsiU ol 
Thest Two SaIm 



<■ A. KuMbai Lid.) 

ope n High t^ra CImv 
MAS ms 3M U4 
— . 33fi ms J3TV »T» 

Ills tus 3M't IMS 

311 111 POTS BITS 



OAK BAY OWNERS 



W* bs*a aavtrhl <j)anto eajung lor booMS 
Iti ihU rttotiirl aiUi Iftits or four bed- 
rvSBU Weul* prefer so* or tw* bslrnaRw 
dveo snd dSsMa blOMMsA 



MATNARO A BONS 
AsetlobeeiB 
131 -It IshoAPO glrvsl 



lO-ROOM HOUSE 



with straUant reeaeut paattblltlias. aa 
Raaklan* Aaeaea ‘mrae-guartars am 
groandt earner loaaiMn Large balliilr>f 
InL Piva larga ree«M t*p. Larga litiod 
Mtltog and Stnlag-reuiM t*rn betbre c BM, 
anisateila afl baatutg. il«M nenat naely 
deanraud. ceiapietali rwtied. Bpoliag* 
rsnduina. Claar t1t« Very aasg tarns 
If daairad 



JAMES BAY 
CLOSE IN 

tfaSsPB B-reon ban«al*« *iUi battawnt 
aad fnraaaa Hartfeoa* floor* and firr- 
Slaaa A vary sitrariiat gsrdait eitb 
saeara) fruit treat TViU is laey PTCAi^ 
•ad saafarubw to/OUU 



SaalraB* acreapr vtUi toeely gp-to-dau 
hnae Ttk arrea af leafroDtspa. paoaramte 
alee aenr saa to Ualntond. knee soaks 
Aa snikUc ranrh-kttto 



FROPEBTY FOB BALE 



ata aad Ice atraa Absnl and Ifsea faend .... 

Pleass- ertta. Beaa. IA4* lasdtm teen btuM In a baaellMt. *ea«l*us 
satu^ BItttito-raoM lAp IS ft . eitb elee 
eindse* eeertosklng saa and paidaru 
dnubl# glaat dsor * ispAlns SAU tba patm 
lit tt. elib etda span haartb and dining 
kpaa*. t tart* bedmoma Mtaidr badrooM 
haal^ bsi and r«M eater aery Msdem 
kltrften eitb aMSl* eaWaeti. etrsd far 
fleatMc rang* 3-s1aea PeMbmba balbrooto 
and bastsir by powar air Oil-O-Mattr 
Afvrevitoaialy naif rtaared, in eMPtobtot. 
frefi. taeas. emanientol traae and Mruba 
A truly bengtlful *emi>g with read bettUr.r 
baailAB snd ftsfelfti € 1 R AAA 



Ship and Air 
Schedules 



MtmbAn of ths B.C Fulp snd 
Pbptr Industry Asfety As»M‘iaUoa 
win hold b confprsnee At Pnwell 
River some Um« ntx( Mat nneea 
dPlAgntd* Attended A confcrencs 
which closed st Woodflbiw last 



4 0000 CLXAR LOT. ALL IN OAROXN, 
-a Asm* kftruba aad (iaeera L'Msa *a 
biM atop ai'Pvrnnasd apB Say an Mb 
btabesr Prua issd % P Spwm. 44)1 
Parneeed B toM 



STUCCO BUNGALOW 

BP«r mPMS eitb tatrs renM upatsrt*. 
Idedaru felubau. Plrtplaee BaaaMam Very 
atoaa aad 



PROPDtTT WAWTXO 

tv** BAVB aXVBRAL CLXBNTB 
V V are aastoua to purebaaa a itoaH 
vlib kSMt arreMa. Mnat barb a 
DOWN PATMXHT 

rtaaaa Aak fat' Ur Wtoltotoas 
sr Ur. Road PsJmsv 
a list, nr BvoAtsas s 4 *st 



OWNER — G 3322 

tvanuiBi. B444T 



Acting under IhstrucUont irom 
Ur. RsoiRUl, owner, we wUl offer 
by public Auetkm th# property 



4 BOtrr ONB ACM. OORDON RRAZW 
pnit tna* aad btubg. onad aartor 
111* Os boa tma Apply Baa llpi TvB<toU 
darmi*. 

t «MQicB Buttonni' ArT*.~«5fi acrr 

' Cedpr Rill Read near Mount Usugtoi 
Creatmad. Pbena CslB«tM 4AO. 

r»tTT Lof^NXAR BCROOL AND BOB: 
' la raUa aad erw-batt rlreto. 4314 



$6300 



SIX-ROOMED HOUSE 
$1250 DOWN 

tosdUUy saygB«Ala. Lonatod s» nie* , ^ -- 

aa ana-aUt rlrtla Tftree slms Fbunt 0 1443 
'MM full baMPient and teparatg 
rs Tba full prta* to 44.TB4 aft* ysg , ( 

BtVM la tofara r^naisaa I ^ 

Lv)R BAIR. OR WILL SWAP POat CAR! 
4 rnpf latar iban '13 MMtaD, 1 

an UrHsagbMo Av* . aft TUQn 

^ etiMn tight at Oorg* eaiera. Apply S14 

Bunnorr sr. prows o **4i Mewaugntoa. 

1,V>R SALB BT OWWBR - BBCLPDBD 

lai *•* 1^*" Sbont 

Vc IN FOR XMAS eater Santd dtotrtn Aptret 1% 

arrSa Parttcdisrg to genaiae Puytrs ealy 
rnpM aiueas bwngntoe. Urine- ,Rsk 1*33. Caiaoii* 

I noer*. fiiepiar*. ktuben *llb'__.M a.v th -n .a ■ ■ 

nenk. Wm-in rupbsarda. (Up ^ *** 

I kedraaB. 4-ptar* baib. uimty * Large vtow tot, TB ■ 44T A 1 A^nA 
> hM-eairr lurnace, ready to petok Ml* to I \JO\J 



FOUL BAY 



e PA. 

Vtotarto-Vasangeer — Lv Ttoldrto III 
Pto srr Vaneewer 4 II pm te m*ara» 
■Jdmtgbt arr. *anre«e*r T a m 
V adaearar - VtoUrto^^.* VancdgetT I4.M 
a-M art Vietaru IM pm., le VaA«*d> 
vnr Midnight art Virurla f ara. 

Vtotorta.BMiitt^tw Vietprto 4-W art 
ary Bmiii* * m pm 
A gpiu*-Vl«g«*to - Le. Btdtug 4;M 
mn V)e««*to 13 4* pM- 
NapaiMa-VgpMpeki L* WaPdlM* «4f 

* M and I 44 p M , arr Vaaaeeter 14 a to. 
sed 4 tS PM dally Maept Sapday *«»- 
ays paly tv RasalMa 1 M pm aad 4 pdu 

arr ea at earst tl a m add S M p h 

Pspaanee a WadstMa te VaMPdepr It 
s M ana * 11 p m grr WaaalM* 1 M p to. 
and I 4) pto dally eteept Benda* Asm* 
dan aa/r La Vaneeemr 1) a ■ aad 4 tl 

* to arr WanatMe 1 M * to art* 1 1 44 • « 



BktspUsAaUy erU-beUt aiaat ttepes b«a- 
ealew near the art U*u*e-rnnM, dining- 
tbnto aa* ball baea M*a raiiinaa «r>* 
bardpeid near* Tea brdmtFiiu Rti- 

ab«n toaltton* all rang* Tea endnulv** 
t s w toi gps'atra Pernssa la baa«Ms«i 
WPed to all teoM* narage Pruit 'rek* 
an* ssrellent gardsn. An a'lrartiee. 
aPtofartabto bnMs . e 1 y nnn 



\Xr4NTB>-WATBRPnONT BOMB imK 
*V somD A«rna«*, Onrdsd Rea* area. 

Prefer reneb lyp* tomcatod bn* eUt eoa- 

woic BtfiLDiwo urTSTo^^ 

»rm .M, arbon- 0«w, O UM ■ ^ OR Uok T ACRIU - Wfii 

sr eitlMe* ksgpa m w 44 4*4 f CA 

tore* toll Aaa 3dS4 cetoewt 



H. W. MILLER & CO, 



tlMre* Tea all-year areeki e»« barn 
fer IS btad. bay bam; datry wtib Bilk 
aaator and raaa. aARttig toeming; cbirbm 
bsnasg fsr V4P: vlf wieki'todnerg Mrrler 
Water asd ataetrtt Udbt lal* ss to mb-ken 
bade* aad ee* bam Btobt reeei stoma 
botos. tottot* open fltenlS'M; dtPint-ranM. 
torts Uelns-rasM, I bsdrasMS. 3 pirto bath, 
fcytrhpn. Msemst, astatosUa ad heat 
aisrtrto store, waai snd reatberywr stee* 
bardees* ftoera. Oaraps. 
eigrtiir Udbl. stsHTte pemp. 
taalda stoator. 



LXXm ACRRR CXWlBLaL BAARICR, 
JT 41,44*. tarsss. fbgae RraUng MQ T. 
Itoynb lrd. Reyal Oak. VL 

AAA ^ izCBLLBWT WATKRPRoirT 
raVAi am Oalf Ulsad. asar CbesMbraa 
SSss. tertos Raalty Beiety Cars, til 
Wharf Btreel. Pban* 0 3333 

I^ ACRBa 014CLBARRD'LAirD~Ow''olZ 
lv West ftoad vtihlii S-PUto slrali 
Prior tor gntok sala. |f3d sr sffM B mS 



Oas S-rsoto beacslee ns) eve. tori li 
feed saadltim gsrega One 4 ree«a 
asedem with eereg* and eerhihnp At 
da to aer* nirriy irve* sreptny in Lang' 
tom Betb at a real bargain #-y^rae 
Oaly $/6/D 



$13,000 

P. R. BROWN & SONS 
LTD. 



MEHAREY & CO., LTD 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO, 
- LTD. 



PALMER & 
COMPANY 



62 CAMBRIDGE ST* 

OB sormr lot, ABd bbat pArk And ppa 

Wednesday, Dee. 15, 
At2iS0 P.M. 



COWICHAN BAY 
IS ACRES 



DUPLEX 

DRASTIC REDUCTION 

BUtni OP OAR BAT SVatOB 
^ar-yapto apartment am th* gregod Rear 
far pardispsr: I-epea* apartpiepi ivalad 
tor 441 per toento Ipyocb tsn be to- 
ereaegdi. Alstes* mam OD-O-UsUr sM 
toraaee and demaptia b*4 vatw to ton 
eemeat bgaatornl. Dureid reM Oorat* 
Onnd iprdra Tbi* daptoa mm* ba a^ 
paiftd to 01 bpaftb. and tbs gTi KA 
pviet baa baaa redassd to «/ I ^V 
BP ifps to s UHUto 

BbB Uf. Baadbeaps sr 50 SurlP 



B BWPMATWRt IN BBBO OP < I 

sad S-reoM bseSss-fsr sash cUsnu. U 
>^iy aaai *e stU. mO Itaa Beans at; 



lOR QVAORA 
Is*. dItSB* 



TUESDAY, DEC 14 



vans? aftbto ma fiar toBa aiTCM 

“ «» 4sm Jg4QQ 



if^rboo 



1232 Effquimah Road 



OAK BAY 

NEW RANCH-STYLE HOME 

BBW uwmo AO U T R OP TRB 4VB. 

OF SIX ROOMS 
OIL-O-MATIC H.W. HEAT 
PRICE: $13,800 



GILLESPIE, HART & CO 
LTD. 



Wd Apa OflatlBg tar BaIa 

Wdiliinf UtchintB, ItorM, 
Ran^tt, Diniiif-Room SuttBd, 
Bodroom BuiUb, T ■ b ) • • , 
Chairt, Stwing liUchinB. 

UIB ai Qthw umM K«M tBB 
A MBMfWBi tB a UnttlB L 



BROWN BROS. LIMITED 



HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT 



PALMER A qOMPANY 



$4950 



ISLAND INVESTMENT 




I 













THE DAILY COLO NIST. VICTORIA. B.C SUNPAY, DECT:MBER 12. 1948 

Stop That Mmin pn the Telephor 

* ^ 



College Students Write Clirislmas Examinaliohs 



NO. 1 LOCAL FtR MILLWOOD . . . 
IVi CORDS $7.00 

Tl|^ Wood U Mm AtaiUbU la t>Feot Lenfthi, ftuiubU fe* 
Drum Furaam ar Larft FirtpUco 
Qincr DELIVERY 

" W« D«l>v«r M Iruatweod tad tidiMjr 

HARKNETT FUEL 

01647 737 PANDORA AVB. 



If You Feel Blue'; Just Say “Ho^o 



N . I folnf U) my. lu»ow Irhat depart- , 7 I 11 Quebec they boftn by mytof 
m tel^ ment they want and who the# want ** 'alio. 'alkL" he said. "That doaan'l 

I leave any. room for mlatahaa.* 
Another euetomer tha lei^phoD* 
£v5T:r-iliy Dwted 3 diaplay of bad 
ntfknnara. fuaranteed to 
I a haadacbe, exhlbltd by the 
‘who aounda aa type of peraon who anawera the 



-‘■•liir illtC Its L'^O. 9' I iiiiliDl tO Offl- | 

cUUa of the large Canadian tele* ' 
phone companlea. 

At preaent the BC. Telephone 
Company la preparing a booklet of 
telephone eUqMtte through which 
It to hoped to t^proue Waatern tele- 
phone mannera. 

Particularly where commerce to 
(. 1 , > good telephone manners 
apell good bualneaa. according lo 



Telephone operators hold a special 
peeve for the "ahy vt^" who _ 
fuaea lo talk Into mouthpltca, produca 

and tha person 

though he to talking with tits mouth -i^na and then drops the receiver : 
full of muah." 'down on the table or lets K swing 

BIG Br«IN«8S 9 of tha party requUed. 

I Nor do they cany much warmth jong aa It to human to make 

in their hearts for the big bualne* numbera will ba 

eaecuUve who InatrucU hto aecre* telephone." asserted 

jtary to get another eiecutlve on tha customer. **8o who can forgive 

* phone and refuam to take up hto character who ahouU hlinaelf 

osm receiver until the other esecu- or Jama down hto re* 

Uva to on the line. Frequently, they celver when he discovers ym| have e 
'stele, the se^d executive won't wrong number?" 
touch hla phone until the first 1 Another emtqiKLitf ^ telephone 
executive to on the Una. Buch wars company complained he was awak* 

I of nervee usually last until the moat -*^<3 three or four Umaa out of a 
impatient of the twd breaks down. 'deep slumber by the same woman 
I Also on the unwelcome Itel of the unknown 

tel e ph one oDecatnEs is. tha abaent* t.Mkh#!- 

pu«. . u,„- >“> -:-"r sir; 

distance person * to - pe^n ceU. . U Mabel doesn't 

aW^a* wlaen knmlw A* 



THIS HOME 



OlrU who work on the telephone 
switchboards bear the brunt of the 
problems brought on by telephone 
rudeneM. But who hasn't picked a 
receiver oft a hook and found a 
bear, walrus, monkey, or a wet ben 
waiting to break Iqocc on the other 
end of the Unc. 



AUCTION 



CGO BLAMED | 

Ego plays hob with many persons ‘ 
when they get on the phone, mlracu* 
lously transforming a meek and 
mild nature Into a feairless con* 
queror. a pleasing disposition Into 
something mean and cantankerous, 
or the dignified Into the practical 

- - Joker. 

in secondary and ele m e n t a ry schools will bavt their Telephone operators confess to a 
t method of assessing students' progresa . | lurking belief that people who get 

■ arrogant on the phone are frus* 

^ ; trsted St home and are Just trying 

‘’y shouting at 

Itl £!j(lltCCtll(}tl • >n»I' But 

I because of their good manners they 
^ g ^ wouldn't tell avan their most offl- 

M nistomera what they are 



— CvloaiM Phu«a. 



minutes. In the meantima. they 
forget the operator's promise and 
put thr^gh another call. 

'^e private elllaen. though he 
nuPhlmself be a gargoyle when he 
gets on The tefephohe. has something 
to say about telephone manners 
also. 

One youth was displeased that hto 
girl friend eonstotsntly refused to 
!ay "hsUo" first when ha ealled on 
the pbona. . a 



CJJl steamers from the Orient 
anchored of! the mouth of the har- 
bor and landed their passengers In 
lender* at RUhefs piers Ban Fran- 
cisco steamers landed their freight 
at Bwiulmalt. and K wsa taken to 
I Vletorla In ecowa. 



thinSr! 



Telephone operators must always 



Spray NOW! 



•f WrCB BTENCl I 

■aamlnauoas are stlU the main I 
saourge ef life tor eehool studental 
ICodem advances In education^ 
have brought movlsa Into the elaia- 
roon. Injected psychology Into 
turhlin methorti. tod 
mede school a more pleasant place 
than It used to be. 

to be here to 



Lateet reeeeeeb proves that Da- 
aember U tha beet time to spray- 



advice SB to the beat type of spray 
to «M. 



come to the phone they should have 
decided beforehand what they are 



■UNDAT. I U g. 1 te g>-MONDAT and TVB 8 PAT frem f AM. 



But exams seem 
stay. 

flludenU at Victoria College ^ 
started writing on Thursday: high' 
achocri students will br-hird at It 
thU week; Junior High School stu- 
denu ' will write In the middle of j 
January, and elementary atudenu 
have their next important set lale 
m January I 

Much criticism used to be direc- 
ted at the esamlnatloo system, es- 
pecially by thuM who failed. Modem 
educationalists feel that a good 
of the criticism was Justified, and' 
they have taken steps to make 
exams fairer. 

OTHER CONSIDERATIONS 

Now the student writes exams that 
may be Just as stiff ai those hto 
father wrote, but hto whole aca- 
demic year no longer hangs In the 
balance. Exams are *illl the main 
••rAauek bv which the teacher 



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January. 



Dormant Sprays for Insect Control 

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Pembroke Bathroom. Tbrowgh Paneled Hill to beautiful <'*«trmJ 
Hall IT X IS with Granite Fireplace. Paneled Walls and Beam 
Celling. Sliding French Doors to magnificent Bea-Vlew Drawtag- 
Btirn 3k X 15 with Fireplace. Coved Celling and French Dooo 
to 3^-Foot Bea-Vlew Veranda. Dining-Room 17 5 x IS with Baa 
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In Victoria CoUege. ttrem laid on 
examination resulU varies widely 
from one department to another 
It may count very heavily, or U 
may count for ss Utile as one- 
ihlrd In ealcuUUng the students 
standing for the year. 

"We don't use examlnaUonf Just 
ss a test of (actual knowledge.*’ said 
Dr. J. M. Iwlng. principal. "We want 
te rind out the student * tnterpre- 
UUon and Insight.” 

BTREBi Df HIGH BtHOOL 

There are two sets of examinations 
at Vletarla CoUegc. one now and one 
In the Bpring, in addition there 
are kesU during the term, and In 
some subjects there sre regular 



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wttb Tuba. Wcwk Room wtih Bench. Toilet and Laundry Chute 
from second floor, large Double Oarage with cement floor. Pan- 
eled Walla and Plaster Celling 



Tea House In spaotous grounds weU laid out ifront and rean with 
expensive Bhnibbery. Roses. Omsunental Trees, Rockeries, etc. 

Hot Water Heating Bytem to Crane OU-O-Matlc. IhermoeUtlcaJly 
oontrallfd. with additional eoonomlilni Circulating Pump; atoo 
Automatic Domestic Hot Water from same unit 

This home was built In 1535 of Best Materials. Copper Piping. • 
Durold Roof, full Rock Wool InkutoUon. sU windows sod doors 
Weather Stripped 

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FURNISHINGS 



In both high school and unlm- 
Hiy the camy type of exammatlon 
to aUU widely used. aapeciaUy \n 
■uch Mbjeou ae htotoiT. Other types' 
of quMllon are used !■« often. 

Main changas la typm of question 
have been In elementary 
eehool. Here, laare than In high 
eehool and unlvenity. the studdat 
writea an etam that beats alight re* 
•amblanoa to the exama of a few 
decadn ago. 



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THE DAltv COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1948 



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Ijlittle Stories for Bedtime 



UFE’S LIKE THAT By Fred Neher 



Bun «Ad hid*, and hkW and ran: 
Danny'i life hold* Jit tie fun. 

At laaet that la tba waj It vould 
**«m to ua If we had to Urt that way. 
X auapact. But Danny Meadow 
Mouac acldom cooiplaine. Airhap* 
that U becauM be lon( ago became 
Kver alnce 



GOBOON HOBtlON 
A recent tour of the barber ahopa 
In Victoria Indicate the riaahing 
earallar of the old day* will be well 
reproaented In the future. 

With the ever*mcreaalnc ooet of 
tonaortal operations, longer hair 



At one period of BlbUcal hlalory. by whlcb an enemy could aetee. 
DarkTa anbaamdorr had their them “ -*• 

bearda dcapitcfuliy ahavan by a Contrary to thia riey point, 
bold heathen. Their own king teOn'Btewart. of a Johneon Street 
mercifully covered thnr, shama by barber ahop Uv Victoria, feela that 
ordering them to "tarry at Jericho the *'handW ahould aPrayi have 
until .your bearda be grown.” been left on. 

DEADLY OFTENCE ' BARItERS’ CT^SI 

^ ' ‘‘Sharing.'* he aald, **ii a baibera' 

Britaln'a King John gave deadly If all we had to de vaa cut 

offence to the chieftains of Ireland 
In 1185 by “plucking their flowmg I' ' 
beards.** This move was vetoed, g— «■« y 
but not before public relations had 
been sorely itralnad. Shortly after 
this, the flrit aigllsh pollUcal baN ^ 
lad was born, when Sir Simon de a / '^If 
M ontford swore “by his chin" lo *t 

In former times, tiarbermg wm a / 
dlgnlOed profaaalon. con}olned with L''^ 

Eighth «as credited with uniting 

the tonsorlal experts with U>e com- I 



used to living that way 
he was big enough to crawl out of 
the snug little nest In which he was 
born Danny'a life hae been a coo- 
Unuoui gaoM of hidt and aeek. 
Summer or Winter makea no differ- 
ence: It is run wod htde and bide 
and run U be would kMp a whole 
akin or any alua-at fdl, in fact. And 
yet moat of the time he manages to 
keep happy and In bis own way en- 
joys life. It Is only once in a while 
that Danny grunblee or gets down- 



art MfUng the market labelled' 

“fashionable.* I 

Recent beard and mouaiache- 
growlng eonteata Itavt doubtiesa 
played their part tn creating this 
fashion. 

A oonteet bald In Port Albcrni 
surpasetd the expectations of Ua 
spooson. In tact. curosUy was 
reaching. Two Victoria barbers. 

I Benjamin Franklin and William 
|oraen, traveled the distance “Just 
, to see the cxillectlon of beards." 

BITS NEWS 

Campbell River aleo-hlt the new; 
with Its “Klondike Night" beard- 
growing contest, when red. black, 
blond, square and comic bearda 
were on view. pany'of aurgoona. 

As If thig eras not enough, mem- barbers conflna themselves to 
bera of the YM.CA. Y'a Men Club p^iaoi- operations, while surgeons 
are entering their final week of a prohibited from barbery and 
moustache -growing' oonteat. Re- ,h,vtnj. 

gardlea* of color or size, prtzee aye of affair* apparently 

to be awarded for the heaviest public. In the 

foliage pecember 18 Is the dead- ,745 ^ing George the Second, 
line, wbgn moustache# wlU be ^stng something, separated the 
ahaved off and weighed barbers and surgeons Into two dla- 

This alarming state of affaln Is organuatlons. each to his own 
aald to be causing local barbers to 
dig into the archives, presumably 

NO LOSS 



j hearted 



This was one Of the momiugs . . 
when Oarmy was a wte out of soru <T 

Nanny Meadow Mouse didn't blaiqe „ 

him. She felt much the same way ^ « 

herself. You see h was this way; ^ , 

The 'bre«j Meadows were no longer ^ 
gAen but brown, and In some places 
bar*, and the air was sharp with "Well, fc 
mort than a hint of the coming of have plentj 
Winter. RedUll the Hawk, and his than must 
coiMln old Wmutall the Marsh- Nanny. “XI 
hawk, had left for the sunny south- ihinp to t 
land, and for a week or two Danny others wot 
and Nanny had been quite free from htmting us. 
worry of. possible danger from the are pretty < 
sky. It was a great relief not to 'wouldn't sp 
have to keep one eye rolled up all to catch us 
the time lest a feathered hunter gether woi 
catch them unaware. To be sure more than 



* "She says her husband haan*l any fsalls . . . Her hsBte I 
terribly doO wUh asUUag te ertUdse him absat 



The Daily Cross-Word Puzzle 



Thi« distinctively brsotiluL. home cuntivts of 5 Isrxe rooms, 
laundry, boiler room, fuel room, mtov sj'srmtii clo»rt* and 
Urge garage. Lovely oak floors thruughi-iK e>-ei>t m kitihrn 
and bsihrmiin which are done in Mastic t'le. Tile sink, built- 
in cupb<»*rdt and ultra-modem pTunihing TlxTrtrr* t’lerptare m 
tiviQg-room. Hoi water heating This desirable home i* inusted 
in the Vpper Ousdrs District, at the comer i-l Ss'tdnah and 
Falmouth. Drive up and see it over the aeeb-rnd lit an ea- 



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seeking Instruction on andent-day 
procedure on blood-letting and the None the lass. Che . barber ahop 
drawing of teeth. Just to keep them- did not lose popularity, as It was 
sdves In business. the favorite resort of. idle peraotu. 

If the trade of barberlog is In- in addition to Its attraction as a 
herent. the modem barber will have focus of news, a lute, viol, or some 
UtUe to worry about. His an- other musical Instrument was kepi 
cestora were well versed In such for the aotertainment of waiting 
matters. customers. 

Beards have held a powerful'bold Alexander the Great was not the 
on hlstbry since the daya of David, flnt or last ruler to get excited over 
Among other things, they were a few beards, and It was told that be 
responsible for a puliUcal brawl tn was the first to be Hied In court for 



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snapped Danny. “1 don't see why he 1 
can't stay up north where he be- ' 
longs and give us a Uttle peace. 
OoodnMs knows sre have enough 
dangers to watch out for without 
, being bothered by him. I hoped hs’d 
' forget to come back this Winter or 
something would happen to him. 
An3Tway. I hoped he wouldn't come 
soon. It Is bad enough In Bummer 
srlth Redtail and WhlteUll snooping | 
around, but then there Is plenty for I 
them to eat besides meadow mice. I 
But now It Is different, 



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T. To happen acatn 
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I Peaidllin, !ife-ggriag product of mcdsc&l resetreb, 

begins with culmres of green mold. As the mold 
grows it secretes small Amounts of peoidllin. 

production of peoidllin tod other 
■ drugs Aod TACcioes demands absolutely 

■ AjV IT conditions. So the tanks, crayg, 

r ubies. hltert and other equipment 

' used are made of Nickel ailoyg for ease of 
eJeapiog aod resisuoce to corrosion. i 

Practically all dnigs, medidoes, serums and vac- m 
cines in use today are products of sdentific M 
research, lo designing laboratory equjpmeoc 
for their production, loternationaJ in^ 

Nickel has cooperated by supplying mM 

■eebnical information regarding the * 
most suitible metals. I 

The large quantity of equipment required for 
pharmaceutical laboratoriet creates a new ^HijH 
market for Canadian Nickel, aod so increases 
employment for Canadians. Thus does research 
develop better producu, increase the use of 
Canadian Nickel tod create more employmeoL 



and that 

fallow will spend half hls time trying 
to catch US ’* 

“Well, he dldni catch ua last 
Winter." said Nanny hopefully. 

“No. and he wont catch ua this 
Winter.” grumbled Danny, still 
scowling at that distant black 
"Still, he's one thing more to worry 
about. It sisems to me that we have 
the hardAt time of anybody In the 
whole wide arorld We mind our 
own buslnew and dernt harm any- 
one, *rvi yet every bleased minute 
night and day. someone N hunting 
us. rd like to know what tt feels 
like to walk right out In the open 
A French doctor In the First World take a sunbath without having 
War Is believed to have Invented tny heart in my mouth all the Ume 
the first ambulance plans ever tt isn't fair.” 

iiapd “It iloasnt seem ao.“ Nanny 



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Every 15 Minutes 



economic admlnia 
NEW YORK. I>e. I (NANAi,— «tat* govemmenU. 
Germany la the world's leading pro- 
ducer of red upe, according lo the 
Munich newspaper HueddeuUch* 

Zettung. BtatlAilclans have flgureil 



average of every 18 minulm a new 



Up in the 
Air Over 



No neeil to go sky high when the 
thought t>f moving comes up . . not 
when you can entrust «ver> deuii ol 
packing, ahipping or stor- 
age to trained experts with 
the knowledge and the 
y; equipment to handle the job 

in a way that will take car* 
of every last detail — to your 
entire satitfaction. 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C 



NEW LA^m ll» At>T 



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wtU^ inamd— oaot ttghl. whIU nuonarent Ump by 7 per caoi. 



School for Police Stresses Fact 
Officer’s Learninff Is Never Done 



By Linda and 
Jerry Walter 



Amu$ement$ 



SOLARIUM JUNIOR LEAGUE 

PRESENTS 

TWrn THE SNOWBALL 
) FROLIC 



ON THE KTAGt ^ 

Bayal — Victoria Sympbooy 
Orehaatra. under Haca 
Oruber, and Corpa de Bailee 
SUrtinf Ume; t:SO pm. 

ON THE bCBEEN 

CapiUl»-’'Nlfbt Baa a Thou* 
•and Syca," with Edward 
O. Rubinaon. John Lund 
and Gail BniiwU. 

Uaminiwn— 1 h a Vlrflidan.'* 
with Joel McCrea and Brian 
Donievy: piua. *^The Blue 
Dahlia.** itarrlng Alan Ladd. 
Veronica Lake and WlUiim 
BendU. 

Oak Bay— "Jaeay.** with Mar* 
laret Lockwood and Dennis 
Price. 

Plasa— ~I Wake Up Scream* 
me,’* with Betty Orable, 
Victor Mature. 

Odeaa — “Dulcliner Street,” 
starrlnc Alasiair film and 
Richard Attenboroufh. 

Allas “SUver River. ’ with 
Erml Plynn and Ann Sheri- 
dan. 

I'erk Intematlaoal 'Tbt 
Moeart Story." stamnf 
Hans Holland and Winnie 
Markus. 



As preaent-day erlxnlnals devise ooursca. Each eeurst laata three 
hatter methods of perpertraltrui months, 
their crtmee, police officers must ENTHUSIASTIC 

their knowiedce of onma . 



widen 
detection. 

To th&~ and. . the third Vlctofta 
City Police TriHnlnf School Is now 
under way. AttendUif the school 
one hour a day. five days a week, 
are 39 policemen 

8ft. Charles Wbbb. a graduate 
of the Canadian Police Collffe at 
Rrgina. Is the school Instructor. 
Re attended the R.C.M P. ^bool in 
1946 and han been on the city force 
for 13 years 

' Hgt. Webb is estremely keen about 
the police course, which he believes 
ie a, great benefit to city police- 
men He has Instructed three such 



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ENDS MONDAY 



tertive David ^nnsidson Instructs Ir 
•afeblowlng and fingerprint ap- 
preciation, and Detective Alex Brlg.j 
knd' 8gt. Webb teach fireanns. 

r officers arc not e i to 
become experts in each phase of 
police work, bvt ere Uught to hsvc 
an appreciation of the work done 
by the expert. A good example of 
this when an officer attends a 
crime where fingerprints '-we been 
left Throne*- instrucUon -d In 



ROBIilSON RUSSELL LUND 

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me any BMre double malleds!” 



FLOCK SfiOW and BUFFET SUPPE* 

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f'.rr.rue CIsHt’s, Orclifilra 

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'Life is so anlalr: 



OAK BAY 
THEATRE 



“Jassy" Is based oo 
Norah Loft's enthral* 
ling novel of the same 
name. It tells the story of a gipsy 
girl who has the gift of second 
sight Jaasy enien the story as a 
servant girl and ends as a mistress 
of a 'ftnc old English mansion— a 
position she takes, however, only 



Sale of Yule Trees Branching 
Into Industry Worth $500,000 



STARTING 



TUESDAY 



9i4UetT, 



usually on the basis of paying so 
much a tree or a set acreage price. 

Seasonal basis of the Industry 
makes it a tough Job to keep track 
of the culUng. Closest asUmatea 
come from the British .Columbia 
Forest Service. 

The Forest Service keeps track 
of Umber royalties on Crown-grant 



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TAPITOI. “Night Has a 'niooaa m d 
THEATRE Eyes” Is a film that fuU 
(Ills the promise of lia 
Utle. The story eoncems the 
dilemma of a man who suddenly 
discovers he can foretell the fuuu'c. 
Edward O. Robinson even truthfully 
predicts the death of his wife and 
the murder of hla daughter. It Is 
a strange picture. 



lands Last year It checked out 
1.900,000 trees. Prom the Kamloops 
district tjvere were 793,000, from 
Nelson, 733.000 and from the Van- 
couver forest dtsUict, which In- 
cludes Vancouver Island. sMUt 
40,000. 

The local Christmas tree trade Is 
carried on by hundreds of small 
operators who cut and kU whtrt 
the prices are best This business, 
however, pales to Inalgnlflcanos 
before the export trade. 



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L- Webb stressed to his “stu- .ukm his Ume, he's laxy; if you get ings. ■ 

that there alway is something 'pinched, he had U in lor you. If he's October 33 to November 21 (Scot- ? 
to learn police work. New energetic, he’s trying to make a plo»— 'Tie up" with a companion for ! 
o of crime detection, new record;. If he's dellberstc. he's too an enjoyable. beDeSclal day: unity le 
and amendments and new de- slow to catch a cold; if you strike, get things done. |I 

ofxhe couru make it necea* he's a coward; if he strikes back, November 23 to December 21 i> 
to keep learning he's a bully; U be outwits you. he's iSagUtanus) — Send off Christmas , }| 

a-poUce sohool's syllabus of in- a sneak, if you aee. him ftrst. he's a greeUnga; be bustling, energetle. j{! 
'Uon IS divided into two courses, bonehead. if be makes a good catch. Lend counsel, assistance to pals. In 
LnlUal Training Course and the he's lucky; If he misses it. he's a December 33 to January 19 «Cap- 

Express beliefs, projects to|>i 



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Refresher and Advanced Course. simp; If he gets promoted, he's got rlcomt— r 

On the city police force, a recruit puU. and it he doesn't — oh, well, achieve some of your ainw today. 
Is kept on night shift for two or what’s the usef" 
three months until he gets the feel ' 
of his uniform and develops a cer- 
tain degree of confidence in him- 
self. Re usually accompanies an 
experienced officer on the beats. He 
learns the different beats, location 
of safes, back alleys and how to get 
to a telephone quickly no matter 
what secUon of the city he happens 
to be In. r* 

the prowlers cars to learn the oper- 
aUon of their radioa The recruit Is 
required as well to attend court 
sessions to get a preliminary knowl- 
edge of court proceedings He then 
I attends the police school. 

MUCH TO LEARN 

Among the many subjecu coverwt^^ ^ 20 ur stock of necmsltles. 
are criminal law, safeblowlng and Bulwark your prasuge with elders 
fingerprint appreciation, firearm supertora. 

InstrucUon. traffic control, deport- i Look for your blrUidaU and blrth- 
iment and cc^uqt^ general duUea. •‘E*’ below: 
public rklallons. report writing, plan' *o ^ (Ariosi— Use 

drawing, dty by-laws, provincial ^ to dispatch Yule greeUngs. 



I Catch up on letter-wrlUng. m 

- I January 20 to February ig (Aqua- ^ 

I rlusi— Lean bock and get full share it 
of pleasure from household or daily 
setting. 

— I' February 19 to March » (Plsoesl 
■■ ” — Come out on top In transaction 
12, 1949 [with persons In vicinity; obey urge 
It Is now ^or a Jaunt or social call. 

,t both the Planning Ahead — Good for aocla- 

He also Is taken out In ufe of the in^vldual and the whole blUty. entertaining, etc.: December 

of aoclal organlxaUon are 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VHCTORIA, B.C. SrNDAV, DECEMBER 12, 



Painter Said Sulking in Bed 
As Work Easily Counterfeited 

VENCE. Pnnce rWAHA>,— Henri ] In the phrtureaque liiUt town of 
MtUiK. Tl-yew-oW mnetiro -of ;Vtto», An unkind nrUit of confen- 
mod«rn French ert. w» reported Ui tionel picture, wffwted Uut 
m hli TUle in the hUto behind Nice. of e»pre-»ve dWorlton hed 

w u - «« foM to bed Ui a huff laker? 

•«. b- ^ «npp,| wW n« „ urtULT 

«. UWOM.- hou«l«»per 

lold . rwr«r HU vui.. ^ ^ 

P.1HU ^c.n^ ^ ^ 

«Ui blue >lLU.. «u b.ma will. .0 ^ U,, 

iron gate. name of Matlue to them. Busen 

A ring on the^^ll had brought „„ Riviera Tliltori pretending to 
the . housekeeper, a suipictoua understand modern art, Cut in 
middle-aged woman, who walked r^^utjr unable to distinguish between 
down the driveway to the gate and ^ Matuse. a Picass<r-er any other 
then talked throUgh the bars. H«r „5el~afalnrt photo-fldeUty 
manner wo n« very convincing, ^hat really burned up Matuse. 
gowehow one did not gel the im- ih* ,ot away with U 

presikm Matlaae was reaUy lU. bat might not have been found out 
rather that he did not wUh to be he not quarreled with hlg 

bothered. She indicated that the 



Local Woman Wins More Than $200 



Symphony 
To Offer 
Beethoven 



BeetboYio's famoua ‘'Fifth Sym- 
phony' will be featurad when the 
Victoria Symphony Oreheatra. un- 
der the baton of Director Hans 
Oruber. preaenta ita third concert 
«r the aaaaon on Monday at B:90 
p.m.. In the Royal Theatre. 

The' aymphooy. moat human of 
all Beethoven’s nine lymphontea. 
has been, deacribed as a compound 
of the quallUea of the composer 
The work refVecta Beethovan’a ten- 
derness. his bittsr humof. vast im- 
patience and tremendous courage. 

The syinphDIur fint was per- 
formed ^nearly 140 yeani ago. on 
December 33. IIOB. 

A corps de ballet ifin dance. In 
one long number, selections from 
Weber's ”lnvitau<m to the Dance" 
and Chopiii'a *'Oraod Vaiss Bril- 
lante.* the ballet ineludM about 
90 dancera 

Tickets lor the concert are on 
sals on the second floor of the 
Hudson'a Bay Company store, spon- 
sor of -aha event. Roaervatioas can 
be made by personal call, by mall 
or by telephone. 

The Symphony Society on Mon- 
day night will adhere to iU new 
policy of aeatlng ito latc-comcrs 
after the performance has started. 



ouKKtr r^*^*"*® 



who talked too much 
grippe would be of almost record one day ani^ gave him away! 
duration with no proapect of a let-up : 4 

In the near future. But she did not I The first uae of grgxiuiated sugar 
think It would delay his plan to apparently tnok place In Egypt m 
decorate a neafby chapel. the seventh century A D. 



Ji'iscr*""" 



TlmNifli HM^er 

(Air CendKiooed) 

I*. Vsaceevar 7.1 S p.au 
daily tactpl Sat 

Ar. Vamen • - 9 0!i • 
Dally escapt Sen. 

Ar. Kalowna • 10:50 a. as. 
Daily axcept Sea. 
(Similar return tarvied) 
Dtllcleva Dinlag Cat Maab 

For lull partlculan 
Sec your 

Local C N. Agent. 



OVERNIGHT 



OKANAGAN 



-jCoionlft VTtole. 

Mrs. J. B. Stewart. 5123 Delta Street, is sho^ receiving from Announcer A1 CoUina her prizes snd cheque 
for 1211 which she won recently by answering questions on CJVI "Stx-for-One" program. Also shown in 
pteturt is son John. 2^, who also was llsieolng and naarly answered telephone call. Mrs. Suwart plana 
to uae money for redecorating home. After tnoouncement that the had won was made over radio, several 
wromen called to inquire whether she really needed the money. 



rat'el my-iteiien that auU baffle doc- 
tors about hardening of the artenes. 

and some other III- 



Two Doctors Test New Theory 



llh H.A.A. REGIMENT 
Tueaday — 1946 hours: Turkey 
shoot; 9000 hours. Band practice. 

Wedneftdav --2000 hottra; Rifia Aa- 
socinUoQ shoot, miniature range. 

Friday- 1M& hours; Parade. 140 
Battery. Dreaa: Battle dreaa; lOSO 
boura. Cadet Oorpa parade. 
CANADIAN SCOTTISH 



tuberculosis, 



MILWAUKEE, Dec. 11 (NANA>.— 
Two doctore here arc trying to prm'c 
a theory that electrlclly in the body 



Training as per syllabus. Dreaa: 
Battle dress. 

Thursday — Sports parade and 
“Stand Down." 

Frlday>>Reflmcnta] dance for all 



Here, Madam, t$ cme of ilte nchc.^t prises of rite 
Psolic — a superb, fresh-caught salmon selected 
Ky the House Todd. 

From perfect physical .^pectroens such as this arc 
canneu Todd's four famous salmon brands ... all 
hrm llwhcd, fljvorful fish -^tlie "Tick of the Pacific,'* 

Let tlie Todd label guide you to unfailing excelknoe 
in seafoods ... as it has C'^naJuns since 18 K 1 . 



Tucedsy — 3000 hours: Training dr; 
parade. Dress: Batlie dress. 

4llh FIELD HAN. gECTlON ^ 

Tuesday — 9000 hours; Training ^ 
parade. Dress. Bsttle dress. | e 
AM.C.H. MALAMAT ' J 

Monday- Drill. Officer of the Day', s 
Midshipman Yule. Petty Offioer of % 
the Day, P.O. Black; 3010 hours: \ 
Bands ^ In. Dren No. 3'a. Note t 
Uif.TD.'a will not parade. ^ 

Mih LJLA WORHHIlOP C 

Tueaday— ‘1946 houra: Parade at ^ 
»ey street Armoury. Dress: Hnll « 
Call Order. % 

Notice — This will be the final ^ 
parade for the year 1944. i 

Wlh L.A. WORRHHUP ^ 

Tuesday- 1946 hours: Parade at C 
Bay Street Armoury. Dress; Roll ^ 
Call Order. J 

ROYAL CANADIAN HEA CAUETH ^ 
’Tuesday— Parade 1390 at haad- ^ 
quarten R.CB.C. Rainbow. Duty, i 
tfivielon; Btoux Divlalon; Duty ^ 
officer, lieutenant Bishop ! s 

Friday -Parade 19M at lieadquar- \ 
tem R.CJ8.C. Rainbow. Duty dlvl- ' ^ 
Sion: Skeens Division. Duty officer: 1 
Lieutenant Taylor. y 

Any boy over (he age of 14 years, s 
• feet 9 tnehee In height, wishing \ 
lo >oln Sea Cadets Is rsquMted to w 
report to R.CS.C. Rainbow on De- & 
eember 14 and 17 at 1930 ^ 

AIR CADET SQUADRON « 

Wednesday - 1990 hours; Optional 
parade (or all ranks at Bay Street ^ 
Armoury. ^ 

Friday — 1414 houri: Rcr-'-r 

parade for' all ranks at Royal Cana- f 
dlan Air Cadet station at Macaulay ^ 
Point. Training as per syllabus. « 



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Genume cognac ooroes only from ibe lown of , 

Cognac In ibe ('barente Diatrii ! of France — 
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C.E. COMBINATION 
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Selection of Smell Appliances ... . 
Moderately IViccd 



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B.P.O. Auxiliary 
Makes Donations 

At a recent meeting of the Order 
of the Royal Purple Aualllary to 
the BP.O. It was reported thet an* 



said Uncle Ned 



nual dIstrtbuUon of funds w'* made 



^ A jaunt in Uncle Ned's gas buggy of lha 
’ Nineties was quite an adventure. And 
another big thrill of that time was the ap- 
pearance on breakfast tables of that new 
cereal treat Grape-Nuta. 



as (oUows: 1100 to Save the Chil- 
dren Fund; 1100 Queen Al^T^drs- 
Bolarlum; 160 Protestant Orphan- 
age: 660 Children's Aid Home. 

Two new members were welcomed. 
Mrs 1*. Cornett and Mrs. N. TopUsa. 

Arrangrmenu were completed for 
the LJirL'rT'.rt: party and exchange 
•t gtfts on Decemb^l6 at ■ pm. 

- Honored Royal Lady Anny Jones 
RTwlded at the meeting. 



Every lime his horeeleea carriaga 
l^^atelled near a grocery slore. 

Uncle Ned rooldn't reeiM tbe 
leaptetioo to get himeelf more of that 
mahy-rkh, auLewoo t flavor — jwsi ae 
lolks today can't reaisi that aeaso 
dehciftwely-diflereeH taste in POSTS 
GRAPF.NLTS FL^F5 ee ^ ee 
Poel'e Crepe-Nuta, , / 






XI And Poet's Gra^Nots Flakea 
^^raally set yow op for e good 
b morning, whh carbohydrates 

4 lor energy; pfoteins Im mne- 

cla; phoephorva (or teeth 
and hooee; iron for the blood; 
and other food eaewnliak. 
* “ Treat yottr foHm to a bte 
aeonomr pa«%age of Poela 



^ Tbere'e dooble reason for Uw 
doable goodness of Poet’s 
Cf G ropo Note Flakea. They're 
made ol two goUen peine— not joat 
one. Wboat Ukd mailed barW arc 
blended a eecrol way, baked ind 
then towted to bring ont ^ thp 
d^inctlv-differetit flavor oi theia 
honey-golden, delightfully crisp 
flakea. 





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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B C. SI XIJAV, DKCKMUHR \2. I»4« 

It This Base _ Stories of Fish Provide | 

Fntertainineht on Liner 



«h«iM tUT *cfn. the entertauunent. and ttwir mfinor:? 

Shtp'i offiorn fMl that both th* la a aouwnir that the pa&MAftri 
real and IicUuual fi»h are part of take home artth them. 



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full Bonk the Sovings 
^ Fuel 



Fuh • refular part of inp,^ uauaUv add their aolrmn 

the entertammeni aboard il»e liner *utemeuu tliat iliey aaw the 1 
- _ cau|ht. or the) helped in the 

Ss. Uruciiay. rtrugfie r« bruw H aboard 

Th, chrl .urn ihTO .nd m». ol „.o„„.rr «Uc to 

. c ormac p. catch on they are ronaoled by the 

He recounted that the place of thought that they cah Uke pari In 
honor in the centra of the buffet ^he gag on tlie return uip when 
iftble on deck la uauaUy occupied. South Atlantic 
by an enormoua red ,anapper, or a m- re< anapperlor the fint tinte. 
falmon elalwataly gamiahed from ^lie chef s aiorle* are pure fiction, 
.tall to lin. s<ime other stories the paaaen- 

Prnpped tip bei4d^ thefiAh>bearing gers tell their vklieii I h* 7 w* ' 

platter Is a amad card which reads: iiome are based on fact. The ship 
Thu flab waa caught off the stern passes through waters arliere flying 
this morning by our chef alter half (uh. dolphins, • porpoises or ' even 

an hour's struggle. It Is largest — . - 

of lu kind ever caught in these ^ ^ u » I I 

aatera." f Ifipt* S/)//f 

The Wra gullible passengers *-'*"*^* I'k/ftk 
don't stop to think that the ship Pacific Coast liner Mkt&oiua 

U along eray from the Pacific -CoMt' purcha-sed for ateported 

haunti of the salmon, or that the ^ . v t. 

ship U sailing through waters where by Panantanlan links. It 

there are no red snappers. •** learned here yesterday. 

The chefs little card starts the The vessel wlH be converted thtn 
atory. and It quickly spreacb through ■ an Immigrant carrier In the South 
the ship. Passengers aho<have been AUaatic run. with a passenger ca* 
taken in by the }oke on previous paclly of more than 



.\tiy sue or type i>l liou*c tan l>c 
UliHe c«NnleHaUI« wiiii 
j M^<k Wool. It Hill «.»re Ton 
•ns uy .tO*T on fuel bllti, J-M 
llaii'i are supenur to ordinarv 
nuulaimg iiiaiertal - - tltcv HtU 
Jol At decay and gitela«png 
pmieclinn against mtd draughts, 
lire sad moist itre. 



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Two *u||.,n C>»1 t'inita»ner». truular $1.1, I’ikt.I at 
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Seen in aplendid aerial photo is H.M.C.S. Cornwallit, at Deep Brook. N.S.. one of the largest naval training stations in the 
British Empira during tha war. but was written off as war surplus. Recently, however, the Royal Canadian Navy reclaimed 
location for use in training new recruits. H.M.C.S. Naden. at Esquimalt, will no longer be used for this purpose. 



Something for 
All the Family at 
Mars Hardware M 



received on s telet>‘pe machine set 34 secs. The second beacon Is oh 



bc*T3? the ewTTfhbosM 



the north tufe of the Narrows, latl- 



Radio-Telephone Relaj 
Planned in Vieloria 



But one of the system's most 
%1tal roles Is In lt« emergency 



tude north 49 degs. 51 mins. 46 
sera, longitude 126 degs. 41 mins. 
9 secs. 



LUnicailoj 



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Mechanism 



Numerous dutreas calls «r« 
h:.niled by the radlo-ieli^hone 
operators who are also quick to 
assist In dispatching aid. 






Marconi Radios, 
atile and mantel. 

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Marine Seut 



Seattle Locsl.g of ibe A.F L Ms.'^* 
ter?, Mates and Pilots' Union said 
yesterday it has given authority to 
a negotiating committee to call a b' 

strike If no contract agreement can Jj 

' any big Jobs in the near future and be retched with the Puget Sound S 
preparations are now well under Navigation Company. 
way to transfer foundry and metal in set.tlng up strike machiner)'. ^ 
, shops. of the Outer Wharf plant to ths Union duplicated action taken i 
;he Bay Street site. previously by the Inland Boatmen's 

Union. Cimiracts with the ferry if 



Seamen on craft near Victoria may soon be able to pick 
up their radio-telephones for direct calls to and from ordi- 
nary phones in Victoria. 

They will if they are equipped with very high-frequency 
sets, and if plans of the B.C. Telephone Company art- 
carried out. 

The company proposes to build a relay station in Vic- 
toria as part of its program to switch its radio-telephone 
operations to very high frequency from medium frequency. 

The station here would he hooked would take the reverse path. It 
up with s long-distance switchboard. go by long-distance telephone 

so that craft nearby could call anyjt^ ijiand sending station, 

place In the world that ran be 
reached by the usual long-distance 
calls on land. 

Actually, vessels ran call Victoria 
phone numbers now. by rommunl- 
eating flrnt with Vancouver, (hen 
being relayed to Victoria by way of 
the Vancouver long-distance ex- 
change. 

KM.'VIINATFH NEFtl 

The Victoria station Would do 
away with the need of the call being 
routed thrmigh Vancouver. 

The BC. Telephone Company.' 
through its associate organization. 

Northwest Telephone Company, 
serves 1.100 vessels and nearly 300' 
land points by radio-telephone 

Hundreds of ftihbosts. tugs. yachU. 
and cocvtal craft based In VietorUi. 
communicate with their head- 
quarters and with each other over 
the vast radio-telephone network j 
that alreichei from Cape Flatterj- 
beyond Prince Rupert 

Nerve centre U the specially- 
equipped switchboard at Vancouver, 
that acts s« “centrsP' for thoiuand* 
of cslls B month. 

XTIIY 8IMPI.F. 

Tf a tug skipper tn the Strait nf 
Georgia wants to phone The Cqlon- 
isl. for example, the proceedure Is 
simple. 

He turns on hts set and calls the 
operaU*r at "CZO." Vsnomiver. 

The Point Orey receiving set sulo- 
msUcsIly picks up his voice and 
ftves him a line to the long-distance 
headquarters in Vancouver 

He Identifies himself by giving 
the name of hts tug or Its call letters, 
and tells the operator he wants to 
call The Cokmist at Empire 4111. 

In Vlctorta. 

The operator then gives the num- 
ber to the Victoria long-distance 
operator, who calls U,- and turns 
over the line to the tug skipper. 

RF.VFRHF PATH 

A call from Victoria to the tug 



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Full .vale preparations are now 
under way at the Bay Street plant, company expire December 31 
where nerevary foundations are 
being made for the transfer. 

Tlie Outer Wharf plant, it Is un- 
derstood. will remain for use of 
^poea ships only. 

How MK>n tlie transfer lakes place 
depends on business during the next 
several months The shipbuilding 
firm has submitted bids on a num- 
ber qf large Jobs, and is hopeful 
about several major rrconverslim 
projects. 

The tentative transfer of foun- 
dry and metal shop faclUUes would 
be aimed at reducing overhead ex- 
penses 



Chinaware 'll o I I > > 
ivtxul" breakfast set in 
four lovely colors (2U- 
piece). 



Malcolm Sim of Naval Motor Transport Takes His Austin A40 

on a Fishing Trip 



then by air to tli« tug from antenna 
4m poles towering from 70 to 130 
, leet high 

Isolated fiah vannene.*, and log- 
ging and mining camiu communL- 
cate with Victoria the same way. 

Now that very high frequency 
• V.HF.i equipment Is being de- 
veloped. along with frequency inndu- 
laUmi <PM.> equipment, the 
company Is gradually switching s 
large part of the existing ^medium 
frequency system to the newer type 
of service, which gives higher-grade 
communication. 

To accomplish this, it Is building 
a chain of radio relay sUUons. 

It U such « station that ts ex- 
pected to be built shortly In Vlctorta 
Another ts planned for Nanslmo ' 
nifi rR(tBi.r.M I 

BrlUsh Columbis B nigged tout of Transport 
for a king time piesenied an alroostj Roaitton ol 
impoMible communication prolittm. ri”4ih 49 de 
and mslocxoastal shipping and min- 1 longlt .i.-le «i 
mg nnd logging camps had to oper- 
ate in slmnsr complete tsolaittm. 

But by 1939. the Prov^tal Gov- 
ernment Chartered the Northwest 
company to provide radio-telephone 
irrvlce, and a year later Powell 
River was linked m the 
wfirld for the first time- -by radio- 
telephone. 

Boon afterwards the service 
reached 400 mile# north to Prince 
Rupert, which had no telephone 
because mllea of rocky coastline 
made pole-line rOnstrucUon ImpoM- 
Ible at that time. 

LINES KET-rr * 

Siace then land-lines have been 
laid to give regular long-dUtance 
service to all but Ocean Falls, which 
Is still served exclusively by radio- 
telephone. 

One of the main Aervlcet supplleil 
by the system ts regular weather 
reports regularly broadcast to reasrls 
at sea for information constantly 



Electric and Other 
Trains lo plcu^e am 
bov'« heart 

J95 4 095 



,\ }»o*hI srlevtum of 
table ami b r d r i^o ni 
lamp*.. 



MARS HARDWARE CO 



S64 FfSGARD STREET 



Mr Bim left Victoria on September 14 equlppedVith hU fly rod. an axe and chsia<«. 

He kept a log of his Irlp from which we quote 

“After pAssing through the customs at Blaine at I 30 pm. T drore over the Stevens Pas., lu Wmsfclioe 
Arriving Just before dark, ascending the pass at 40 miles per hour. 

"Two days later 1 was fislitng In the Windermere Valley in a muujium sirrani above the vlllsge of Wll- 
mer. I could never hgve driven a larger car up the old mining tyall and was obliged to use both axe and 
chains 

"My next stop was at a ranch on the ^Undman River. 100 mUes northeast qf Calgary, and later drove 
out from Calgary for a golf match at Banff wtth snow falllni. and on lo the upper Hot Bprtngs for a swim, 
arriving bark In Calgary for supper I then negotiated the Big Bend for more fishing near Revelstoke. 
From there lo Sicamous I tried out the car for speed and reached an all high of 73A0 miles per hour. 

' More fishing in the lakes above Oyama. an almost perpendicular climb. A few davs stopover lo Penticton 
and then home via Kamtoops and the Fraser Canyon, reaching Victoria on October 5." 

Total mileage 3.040. ga« and ol) consumed 75,35 lallpne, an average of over 36 miles per gallon 

Tliomas Pllmlev Ltd. local Aust.n agents, wisli Mr. Stm many more years of good fUhuic and carefree 



do so many 
(]aiiadiaiis 

jrefer ENO? 



Make It a Merry Christmas 






Distributed Heat 

q k ^ 






Matured 

■nA 

Buttled 



BS04NI DOWN PAYMENT handles this brand-new Bvo-room B 
home and btsement. EXTENSIVE VIEW. Qwidi powMsion V 
TMs modem home is abaelutely th« best boy we'vt had this ■ 
yaar. Pastores include: LMng-room with eptn friepbee. dinette, » 
two b e dr oom a kitchen, Pembrobe bathroom: c«|n«nt betement, | 
romace: Located hi^ oo Daffodil Street (look for the k 

bhw roof), among new bomca. Cbared lot, OMSsores eft's IS2. 
J s m w rt sMewalks. CfaQnn * 

price, oo terms , — , 9D9UU 

For Further PerticoUrt or Apoointment to Set the S 

lastde of This Home |l 

Pbsse Can Mr. Doogbs Hawkei at m 



EnfUid 



No need to hoddb over the opm hearth to enjoy the 
cheerful wermtfa of the ftre. The Pacific Unit is de- 
signed to warm ALL the room, drawing in cold sir 
end petelng K oot. wirnte d to every pert- of the room 

MADE IN VICTORIA BY 



NANAIMO 



VICTORIA 



Phone B 2101 



Bm «ive/ti4<inen( 



ISIS DoufUs St 





J 




CHRISTMAS 

SUGGESTIONS 



F. JEUNE & BRO. LTD 



> 0 j6hn»on St 



THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1948 _ 



Procurement Manager at V,M,D, 
Has Interesting^ Demanding Job 



* BiiUcilnc ihlpi l)me <Uyi ukn ai 
lot of pUimini. Aeide from ship* 
vrlffau, burner*, rtvettem, welder* 
And .^crther ikiUtd workmen, there 
e-e tiT7;i behind the tcenetf who 
detennlne whet tnAierlAl Ahd equip- 

npnt wtU te rteeded. 

TlMUnAA A. Kennedy of Victoria 
Machinery Depot, where he haa 
t worked for the pa«t 12 year*, l* 
one of these men. The Job la otm 
of the nvjet faacinallng In the cnf^e 
Induatry. 

A nauve of Port WllUam, Ont.. 
Mr. Kennedy rair>e U> thla city with 
hu parent* in 1012 and attended 
local achoota. Upon uraduailnc from 
Vlciorta Hlch School he attended 
the Unlreralty of Waahlncton. 
MAIN INTKRKNT 
Ilia IntercaU were In enslneerms, 
and hir first Job was at Uie Victoria 
branch of the Foundation Company 
of Canada, where be started aa a 
tool-room employe*. 

Later, he turned to the lumber 
lodustry, arKl hla work with the 
Empire Lumber Company took him 
to all parta of the Cowtehan Lake 
district. He remained with thla firm 
for ten year*, advancing to marine 
auperlntcndem and chief engti>eer. : 



Yule Recital 

lio 1 e UCYdll a of in- l»€7.;or 10 per «ml of lb* UHal marketed T 

^ A^mrdina to a mwrt from the value. ' World-wide repeaeenutim of aaa- Tba moluUuo. Mr Peiton aald. 

Vl/>tnria FI^Klli Federal Bu«au of SUtlaUca re-i Landing* of herring were 21 per men. at a reoent UiWmaikinal meet- * 

f IClOria LfCDUI celvfd here ymteSay cant, and thtm of halibut U per - tog In Ow»e»a. unanlmou*ly adopted • • mate-radio operaioe* in^S^- 

f ^ ceivta nere >e»wro*y.^ rewlution asking that ship radio dlnsvlan counmia snd freirht 

R;.-h=rrt T, B.-, ■■ new conductor *niU J*' ” handle' only theU radio clerk-radio operator fombmaUon* 

of the Vlctoiia Choral Onion, wUl «ml over wu 47S,6W^ poun<k, an Job and not lhal of part-time mate, on Ih* BC. coast, 

make hi* Victor^ debut Wednesday iSI**!? ^w^uS?a2 aalmon incr^se of 11 per^t over the freight clerk, or any other poet. 

at Christ Cburih Cathedral when in 429JU100 pound* recorded foe the W. R Peyton, *pokewn.n for a Gold was plentiful during ^ 

the group pr e* e n U H* reeilal of caught in the previous jear. w waa Uuided value was large group of British Columbia early colonisation of Hondurs*. The- 



Fish Values Increased Full-Time Job 

1 Total marketed value of British j 0»4At2. or 21 per ceni of the tolaL A • f C^wm^wx 

Icolumbla fbhertes reschM an aU’and halibut third, with 01 VJrrUUU 

lime high of I9I.794JM in- lM7,|or 10 per cent of the inUl marketed f 



ithls coast, said this ye*\*rday In 
lyaneoom. 

The Geneva convention was at- 
' tended by members of the Inter* 
I Transport Workers’ Fed- 
orsuon. • 

“Tha rtsoluUuo." Mr Peyton said. 



R;-hsrrt 1, Bf, •. new gonductor 
of the Vlctoiia Choral Union, will < 
make his Victoria debut Wednesday 



Chiisunas music. reported. , 

Mr Bevan haa organised and led S a lmon with a value of •S5.W2.825 
choral and orcheatral group* in accounted for 81 per oeni of the 
many paru o< Canada and Great total for aU apeclea. Undlng* of 
Britain < were nearly • per cent above 

HU iBitnut in "chor.! Hurtlm-"*"* “* “J'- 

h« prompWd him to includ. . with . nmrtomj T.1U. ot IH .- 

I verse speaking choir In the Wtd- • 

I p— Hmy recital. i lecturing in Canadian achooU and 

Betprs joining the choral union. ' coliegea. 

. Mr. Bevah worked in the educa- with ‘a Bnn belief ' that' choral 
3 fieid. He inaugurated behooi *rork should not be conAoed to 

' broedcaat* aa well a* teaching and ^cred music of the various schooU. 

. : he intends to 'encourage tha per- 

Vclersae* RowUng l^agne Tom- formance of secular music, aa wtU as 
, bolk; 208, 3047 . 2088, 2320, 3105, 5042. jn^rfd in hi* work in Victoria. 

4258. 17». 77. 3701. 2047, 502. 103S. 

12521.2817,5016.2261.5847.1531.3011. ^ mg 



year 1048 The landed value wa# large group of British Columbia early coionisanan oi nonoursa. inw 
822.354 J74. an increase of 44 perteoaatal radio operator* which has ranchers used the prcclouf maial 
cent over that of 1048 I been- seeking a similar ruling for to shoe horaca. 



Nothing Finer 



EsealmsU, "Place of BhuaUng 
Waters." by Leigh Burpe^ Robin- 
son. Excellent Christmas gift, At 
all book stores. 



Opens Tenders 
For Road Job 



—Colon 1*1 PtuKu. 



KENNEDY 



.... - w .... . W. C. Arnett ConstrucUon Co.. I 

Kll«^.oHer..homdlke.l^.,- ^ 

plure lor ChrUl^ Mid., „„„„ ,h. iow»l ol . 1 , Irndet. 



*nie lumber concern operated a course turkey dinner served. *. 

oonslderabli; fleet of lugs and oilier firm's purchastnr kl^nt. a post held The fine ship, which was U) have , Cobble Hill 8 Y 3. ycateroAl. 

floating equipment. througluait the war. At the present been used for British troops serving | 'and a I 

Uavlng the lumber Orm m early he U VM D. s manager of engineer- in the Par EaM, was 35 per cent ^ Banson ,”^*^*^ 

1032, Mr. Kennedy spent a short mg snd procurement, a post closely ' completed when the war ended She while you wait Metaicraft 

while in the logging industry snd associated with sales snd purchalH. was never flnUhed as an enteruin- Repair 703 Fort Street, at 

four year* later Jolndd the V.MD. He has been a member of the Na- ment vgssel, but wa* taken back to the Jeweler*. 

at It* Bay Street plant a* a sales tional Association of Purchasing England and irconverted into a i C. Carsot 

ongjfw^ In time he became that Agents for many year*. cargo craft. Had fer Rent-Suluble for re- 

■■ ’• Among hb more interesting recent These were tao of the larger Jobe. Other 

Annnimppmf^nt^ involving the There have been hundred* ol le*^r g P ^nam^l 

/RlinOUlItvfllClIlS *CPR.'s 8*. Princess Kathleen and ones-all ol which present Premier ( 

DonT bOm the ChrUlmas Cheer the British ship Agsmemnon. a for- vidual problems. In ihe hand* of ^ Storms C 

Show .1 the Club Sirocco on TW-’IMr Blue ruimel Hner. which wr» nwn mch <u Mr Kennedy he. the ^ 



Come to the Third Xmas Carol 



vpster dfv f or recorutnietlon .Of toor 
' and a half milea of th e Island 
Highway running from Bowser 
' Creek to Cook Creek, north of 
Quallcum Beach. 

The^lds were opened by Hon. E. 
i C. Carson. Provincial Mlnbter of 
Public Works 

Other tenderers w^re^Marwell 
Construction Co. Ltd.. 8188.256: 
Premier ConstrucUon Co.. t221.^18: 
Storms Contracting Co . Ltd.. $343.- 
330: Genera] ConstrucUon Co., Ltd., 



Fires Salute 



day. Deeamber 21. at 8.30 pm: In nearly completed here a* an ultra- ta^ of meeting and overcoming ,<rtropohWn Church Campbeli-Benneil. 

aid of the Old-Age Pensioners' Fund. 8* luxe entertainm ent sWp. these pr oblems. ^ ^ on Tuesday December 14. Com-'*^‘ * i>8 030- ^ 

With 24 of the h«t variety «u in ^,^,7j,,;j„bbrFbh".nd“ »P«toa. Cl. 

T r S^k‘’.™:Lnr«d‘r^ s.m-E.i.iu «. K,ue,. « ^ ires Salute 

~ s?irMr‘"»h:rnc,r 

Campaign Council. It will be the h*ii blon 102M. »*««. ei«- at Eaquimalt harbor at noon y«- 

frestbit Virteiy imow of the year. * P«- Freshly fried hail- «*»” . 

for one of ^ gr^t ca^ M- old- Age PeoHoners' Orgsalsatton. Give . Book-of -Ihe-Monih-riub The salute was held to mark the 

DMlon: AdolU Me. * *®' 5 ^ holdln, . Chrt.Un« .uhKrtpUon for Ohrt«m« H,pr.- .nnlv.r..r, ot tho .c«»lon U th. 

Tlckeu on sale at P. E. George Mu- Monday. ^ Emmanusl BaptUt sentatlve* in Victoria- The Marlon- ‘^rone of Hb Majesty King George 

ak Wore. Pandora Avenue. Church, at Femwood and GUd- ette Ubrary. 1019 Douglaa Street VI. All ship* In the Pacific Com- 

- Inlverslty Estenilen Aasoelaiion Wednawtov Dee. 15 at 2 o m - mahd were "drwaed' between 0 a m 

Mr. Rupert D. Ranwa/ until re- mretlng. Monday. December 13. In nj^nibers welcome. Vew brtc hall ready for nrlvat* «un**t. 

canUy leader of th# Progressive the a u d U o r I u m, College-Normal _ di^m meetings and rec«Uons ^ -dressed ' and 

OonservsUve Party In Soakatche- School on Richmond Road, at 8:15 cruiser will fire anoUier 21-guu 

wan. will addre»a meeUng under pm. Prof. Geoffrey Andrew. «- 'TW^r^h^ Royal salute on Tuesday, the King’s 

Che ausDices of Um Saanich Pro- ecuUv# assbtant to the president, phot^pber. DonT l^ve 740 Broughton 8t . E 4101. Ihlrthdsy, The birth dato b offl- 

ireaslve ConaervaUve AaaocUUon at I University of BrlUfh Columbia, ting for C^tma* portal* too bU. - 'elally celebrated In June of each 

peaaive L.owi^auve M.iinn. 1048 Aasemblv m now b th* um*. JUit telephone i fehn 5L Sturdy. DC, SpeeWe --ip 

BMpton H.1U co|^n« ot TlUl^ | Un llrt N.llon. 1M« A«mbl, “ „ »u Md «. u. .1 Chlrop«ctor - n.w locUah. 112, , ' 

Red «.d Bunuld., on Mindy. B.V1.W. „„dlo. 115 Fort Str«.. |BUnrt.rd, E 5034. . ,| ~ ~ " 

December IS. at • pm. He wUl db* I _ 

au. L.41-- Nlohl .4 Boro. Club' IUf™luu.nu M.d. 1. Ord„ tor ' ^ 

hold n.llre«ok-«rp.td mik «r- «»vln« Plctur« .nd muidc.1 pro- gfJ w^rAM«.‘ 

. ... . PF.R *w.»M n*w«n>n*r« m»v&KinM fi’am. Admbslon: Season Ucket or Idindlc»rds’ ProtocUve League '^(0 awaxm 

Old* F.nfUad reg^ fau Wtoeo you Vv<TTt ' 38c at door. AU welcome. inert* Tuesday. 1416 Douglas StreeU * 

farther reservaUon* for ChrbUna* «’/• ", undiorda (.rmo otn wom 

rrr VMr'a Fv. eaji h* to the Army U b to help others ; AU landlords welcome. ^ , 

dinners or New Year* Eve can oe « * v-« aecrnv asMooKLUMn w .. 



Open 50 couple*. Music, lunch and novel- 7” *13 View 8i. 5th floor Reduc- A 21-gun Royal salute ws* fired 
frem) ilc*- Gak Lodge, 4038 Quadra, Al- idf> Irrlgatlona. short wave, mas- from the cruiser H.MCB. Ontario 
hall- 102M. MCf’i Btc. at Eaquimalt harbor at noon ym- 

Open lerdsy. 

txcept Old-Age Pensioners’ Orgsalsatton. Give a Book-of -ihe-Monlh-riub The salute waa held to mark the , 
Branch No. 8 b holding a Chrbtmaa subscription for Christmas. Reprs- anniversary of the accession to the 
, party at the Emmanusl Baptbt sentatlve* in Victoria- The Marlon- throne of Hb Majesty King George 
Church, at Femwood and GUd- ette Ubrary. 1019 Douglaa Street VI. All ship* In the Pacific Com- 
“ stone, Wedn^y. Dec. 15. at 2 p.m. - »«e 'drwaed’ between 9 a m 

formal members welcome. New. Urge ball ready for private 

-«.* o^L.otr.0.. The ships will be ’'dressed and 



than a 

Stromberg 

Carlson 

from 

Fletcher^s 



Give your home the gift of 
radio and rect»rd enjoyment, 
the full tonal hrauty of 
Str‘'mherg Carlson combi- 
nation. it's a triumph of 
radio euginecDag,. encased 
•th the cabmet of glorious 
beaCUy to match i\iur decor- 
ative idea> 



Extended Terms Arrsnged 



htrthdsy. The birth dato b offl- 
eUlly celebrated in June of each 



Behind the Sale 



Service 






5^89.85 






*•« 



iBUnshard. C5034. 



Ladles* Nteht at Bum* Club. Befrtshnirnta Made to Order for 



INVISIBLE MENDING 



WtTM AMSXtNO atSI I.TB 



si: Mr. Lane take thb Phone 07811 Windermere Hotel, Victoria. You, 

tok^ Mr. and Mr*. . , will enjoy staying at thb comfort- 1 “Romantic Vaneouver UlsnH.'* 

Regbier Now for Evening Coursea. •W* and quiet hotel Spacious Stories of mrly day,. Weil mus- 
Victoria college. •'EiDlorini Music.** »otmge and sunrooms. Reasonable ir»»ed. II AttracUve gUt. 



‘Romantic Vaneouver 



Mr uii.(»«tMUr r«Mir «ar Bol.c, ataM. nsa *r air 
VMf I.OOU.OLO A»Mr«w«lr WORN-OIT- 0.rw«w H atSTVSNAieO! 

VAWT Cl rrs maob lies ntwi ^ ximaa anmiTaD oa asNswao 
SPKKDT aiMOOKLUNO vf O.r t*rw» *1 Mtorr.lt tMl 



^379.50 

*90:95 



Ur which haa msde Old* England Victoria College. 

Im added attraction to Victoria * IMna Gruber. »6 at VlctorU CoUege Winter rate* 0 4194 
.. A HiarTv mHatBiA. “B C. Hbtory. ' Mr /Willard Ireland. 

510 in Archive,. ■Th. Unllel DMI,hH.I ..u, .. 



and a proeperous New Year to you 
aO. 



“BC. Hbtory. ■ Mr /Willard Ireland. - Woman’s AoslUary.Veierena* Hoe- 

110 In Archive*. “The United L>otlghtrDl water rolor exhibition, pital. meet* Monday at 2 at' the 
Nations.'” Prof. A. Dawson. 88. ilowera. birds, mountain scenes, by hospital. 

Victoria Ci^legr Regbirations cloae Mbs H. Foster and Mbi C. Bonner 

on January 5. i Art Gallery and Studio. 1121*4 Harper .Method ilsir Tonique re- 

Douglas. veaU new beauty in your hair. Sold 

The Exhlbliloa of PsInUnn b>' on'y at 313 ScoUant Building, 

Ina Uhthoff si her atudlo. 1321 gleam Baiba, short wave dla- 



The Monthly Meeting of th* V.I. Oougla*. veeb new beauly in your heir. Sold 

‘l)T*thrS«h^ou7 The Exhibition of PsInUnn b>' on'y at 313 ScoUant Building, 

Tw- K. ij I w tm Th* nmorom* Uhthoff sl her Btudlo. 1321 gleam Baiba, short wave dla- 

2^1!!!*^ Wharf Street tnear Yales* will be ujermy. hot packs, electro-therapy. Harper Method Permanenu look 

m b* ax follows Mr W «, Sunday. 2-8 pm. No en- maasag*. colonic IrrliaOon*. 1324 lo»r»»r. toat longer. 813 ScoUard 

win show oj ContnbutioM wlU be Blanahard 8U <opp B C Telephone BuUdUig. E4928. 

^plne*. comiwnt*^ by Mr ^ sccepled.for th* United Emergency ofllc** Regbtered phyaiotherapbt, 

^bnmner_Mr W H A. ,^Oreat BrIUln. maaaeum Phone K8111. 



Newest D.B. Stylo . . . 

_ Midnight Blue Barathea . . 

I UmfillllS Light-Weight Merino Quality , . . 

■ BBAVliWW Braided Proots and Facing*. 

SALE or RENTAL 

St. James Tailors Ltd. 

Vsproum IsUnS f looSvr In'UtrllAli or CnttM<VBii«« Tollorto CloliMS 
fi»r Mcp sne WnoKO. at feouiai piifrt 

633 YATES ST. — Victoria/ B.C. — B 2711 



DECK CiniHS 
C.\MP COTS 



PokCH CH.MKs 

6.75 and 15.00 



will speak biiefly on hardy cycla- 



maaseuse Phone RSlll. 



Th* Menlhly General Meeting of. golrage Collortion for James 
K >■ «r w.1.41..^ I. KA Vrlerans' Branch. No. 43,lBay, Eequlnialt and Gorfe. We col- ■mifwa ni 

An Exhibition Af Pxlnt^^^^^ Canadian Legion. BE8L. will be lect rag*, paper, household mat- 

Ing held y » i,aiu *" branch club rooms «n tresees and all kinds of bottler 

the Art Osllery December 17. 1048. at 8 Phime 13413. Many hands ore 

n'^Mrx C^rIZ.Jl!Ji It in. P<».A fun attondance erf momberx ^ 

• fUiA iwT M ^ eompleto color and sIm selec-;#. will meet In Room 403. Union ond trying to do 

hlblted ■ in LDrvdon. Toronto and “on ^ m JiHl ‘"'“•everything 

' PMhloned Sweaters, made to Scot- pjn. Klertloa of officers. 

Vancouver. | land, have Juirf arrived. The perfect I - - os nicely os pos- 

V or^ai ■ «!«■ I ChrUlmas gift. “Gldden'*." *00 Eaquimalt Residents of Provincial Sible . . . Thot box 

'Hm to B.1- RUlln, i, oil. 

p.m«, Brtd.. T.«. .0 .A. Old S^S^UUon ir^WrltT^rV i " P <> ^ t o n . Ot 

Country aetUng of "Olde England"! r.h^. Manual TreatmeaL *wre ary. 



All-Important . . . 



Many hands ore 
busy these doys. 



Burn Oil 



AIR MATTRESSl'S. from 12.95 L |. 
AIR CCSiriONS, from 1.05 I (* 
SLEMPINT, HAGS, wool filled 15.00 
WOOL CRl. ISER C<).^T^^ 
BICYCLE CAl’KS AND U•.(»(;l.\G^ 



G4bi2 



Boston School of Aru In Mam . 
UB.A.. and also at the Chebea Art 
Bchoob. London.* She has ex- 
hibited In London, Toronto and 
Vancouver. 



Parties. Bridge Teas, in the Old 
Country setting of "Olde England " 



Pumbhed with anllqu* treaaure* Neurasthenia, tosontnla, neuralgia. 223. Victoria^ 

from lovely old home* of Loncaihlre gigney. liver, gtomach ailment*. 

Torkahire and Wale*. Luncheon*. trthrlUa. bronchJU*. asthma. S Mosque PTower OUa. to the same 
Tea*. Dlnn*™ served dally. Room* ■ practice. Park. London. CHof f***'*"^*, 'Wanem. In “»*}1 « , 
with unvale bath also •«»AbIe ' j7okan*«. 1488 Port, Empire 

00323. 420 Lampson SL tUonroe • Neodlecralt Shop, 808 Fort Street | 

7r “ *J!!! Mrr, rv-w, .wcIaW In teiT.i:d1 

'o' AtoimUc OkMMM. woUBOt,. 515 Sccllu-d Build- 

Plans. Blagtog and Theory. Edwin and other choice evergreens. Bee Phone E 4028. 

B. BeatUe. RM.T. Winter term, sample box and place your order ^ 

January 3. Studio. S3B Victoria , with the Marionette Ubrary, 1010; nUrspsdlst^D. B. Calrd. D.8.C.. 



Chfistrrvos time. 



Cdsdch'A 

CANDY SHOP 

743 FORT -STREET 
B6421- 



for Convenience 



# Two Only — USED CLARE 
RANGES, with Kresky Oil 
Burners inttalled. 

• One GARBAGE BURNER . . . 
with Kresky Oil Burner installed. 

Oil Contracts Guaranteed for the Above 



scon & PEDEN LTD. 



ELECTRIC MOTORS 



14 H P. - 



HARDWARE 



NEW PHONE G7181 



510 Cormorant St. 



January 3. Studio. 89 ^ 
Avenue. Telephone 8 2838. 

TT^rr-'T^'tlfr 



iDoufla*. 



i2ia Pemberton Building. B3712. 



CLTRCULAR-BhlEF CUT 
, loclodea Shapmf amt Tapering 

BASIC CUSTOM PERMANENT WAVE 
Tnritides * Special Cuttom Lotroni 
B Conditioning Shampoo 

• Test Curia 

• Styled Set 

Juat what you need to keep yon al your aelf-aasured 
loveliest. Thla ratterinj; hair-do is delightfully man- 
ageable. can be rearranged many waya for different 
mooda and deqora. 

iNconepRATto ar« mav iawa 

Beauty- Salon, 2nd Floor. Use jrour charge accoont 



WOOD-SPCCIAL-WOOD 

ONE WEEK ONLY— Dryland Douglaa Fir with dry blocks 
snd h**vf slabs, 12-toch. Now— Doh'i struggle with wet sad 
chesp wc^; try to get eor Deuglss Fir— Never in water. 

3 eordtfor Blt.OB 

HILLCREST FUEL CO. 

Q301S Day or Night — 01461 Day 



. Ji H.P. - i 4 H.P. ■ H.P. 
no Volte - Single I'haie 
Ciuranteed 

# 

All New Motors — Priced to Sell 



ELECTRICAL FITTINGS 

SWITCHES - FUSE BOXES 
RECEPTACLES AN'D BOXES 
OUTLETS AND COVERS 

FOR YOUR SHORTAGE— SEE OUR SURPLUS 

Capital Iron & Metals Ltd. 



1824 . 1S32 Store Street 



G*4T4 • GS44I 



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THE DAIEV COLONIST. VICTORIA, BC. SUNDAY. DI-XKMBER 12. 1948 



Pilot Describes ^^Brakes”\^ 

I er 

To Slow Up Plane in j 



Bf HKEBCBT KIMlJpt 
(Ckkf "tmi rtWl. CartiM-WflfEt 

NEW YORK. Dec. M <NANA):^ 
Iteln cinphMk tn d^ek)pment of 
•tr trOTBi hoi been m speed. It 
he# been found th^t the greeter 
• pltnc'e elUtude the futer she cen 
go places. And with increeses in 



possible elUtude to stretosphere end 
' n e e r • strmtosphe^ filing, expert-. 
’ inenlol efforts have octoccctrated 
on getting pianos moiw rapidly up| 
to level-flight alUtisdes and down| 
to the ground. i 

RoeenUy I was able to demon- 
strate stKoessfuDy a new way of t 
getting a plane down faster by— 



9 paradmieaUy—elowlng her up. ‘ntis 
I was done *1>raklnr' a mulU-. 
Tengincd C-M.tn flight, by a new 
’ 1 technique of reversing the pitch ' 

,f ,yf the propeller. ^ ’ 

LITTLE gTEBPEK 

snfl The plane does not drop itralght 
®rt-.(jo 5 n as & result of this ’'push" 
ited ' the air In front. There Is 

up I abaoluwiy no uncomlortable feeling; 

! in fact the passengers wouldnt be 
I aware of anything in a presdurlaed 
lon- cabin except that the plane was 
oft going dow^ to land— perhaps a 
ly— little more* steely than usual 



Tou aee, when a plane'X nose Is ao as to would have been poaalblc 

put down for a landing, the angle approach to 'the ground tIO degreaai against the CMUin4 «>e, 

of daaoant to^'very shallow or else , without increasing air spqed beyond, ground run in haU. 

* . • j * whM's aafe for the aircraft and fort There Is, I repeat, no sensation ' 

the craft would go down faster ^ dropping, ss when one hits tur- 

(astar, xaachin'g exceaslve air speed* woi E MlSt TIS bulence in the air. The ahips lor- , 

which might strain the craft beyond _ _ p ward Jipseflir reduced; she does not 

her structural limiu. 9o moat high- ^n this test I brought the C-M ^ ^ ^ dsngcr in 

sititude airliners have to start slow- down 14.000 feet in one minute reversing technique. 

U»g up end letting down-lflO or IW seconds. A OC-4-<oinmerci^ learn te«-hni01E 

mSes sway fro. the airport. ; *o the C-M-wlthout reversible piicA[^Nl *Tr LEARN “NIQI E 

Using the new technique, however, propellers had to circle several tlmeaj- The new method sho^d e^ 

I was able to fly fast aiMl flat twfto make the same descent and took .tualljt be appUed generally. Many 
within five mlA of the fleld. then flve minutes and one second. Once muia-englned planes already are 

reverse the props to push against on the ground. I was aWe to brake equips wiUi reveralble-pltch 

tha air to front, slowing mg down with the propellers much tooner pellers; I think aU alymld be. TB« 



pUeta rouat learn the technique; 
we are working on ttwatmptlflcatton 
But, Bllou. dont try It by your- 
selves hist yeti 

Other than commerrial use as 
explained sbove, there are many 
edvar..ages. In emergencies, for In- ' 
stance, a plane can lose considerable 
aiUtude ^ a matter of seconds— 
dropping 10.000 feet a minute (about 
13$ ro pii) at a 90-degree angle 
from level flight at 1T$ mph. Pres-' 
ent emergency iet-doam speeds 
would require minutes to gel to the 
ground, and seconds often spell the 



difference between a safe and an 
unaafe iandlnw in emergeixiee ~ 
MlUtArtl)’. Uierr arc advanta|<”> m 
getting pa/atjiKn) traiutpurts Uiw 
over their target tiut. and tor bi>mb- 
eri afigr theu bombing ruiV. ' “ * 

But the main rrtwreni ruurmiv 
ts application to piLsM'hu'r Uhiikw 
A itd although gll ihU may su;l 
sound a bit t e clu U cal U> the a*er»vo 
reader, it mean* mote comflut, 
greater speed and - brciU.'* m<Ve 
weathee oan • W- tomprd over — - 

greater likrlihuod of getting l<> d« : • 
unatloii, all with greater .sal> < v ^ 






Listen In to The BAY 

CAROL CHOIR 

EVERY WEEK-DAY MORNING 



FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS 



Beginning Monday, 8:45 to 9 A.M. 



Over 

Radio 

Station 



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Once a^in~The RAY*, VoUr Friendly Chrlatniu Store, will brin^ to 
. Victoria the beautiful music of Christmas Carols. Commencing Mon- 
day our 65 mixed voice choir will sing the traditional Y'uletide songs 
you tove so well. Be sore to turn your dial to CJVI. 900. for this pro- 
grRKD of Christmas music 



Btore Hours: 9 A M. to 5 P.M.; Wt<L. 9 AM. to 12 Noon. Phone fe7111 






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Wi de Selections — Easy to Wrap and Mail — All Attractively Priced v 

Rayon Damask Luncheon Sets 

Hcanfffnl. praetfcartioxtd ^cl 5 con&iitinj: of gencrou?* size 54x72-tncli dolli and six 15-inch 

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Wavhxblv. hand printed in cok>rfa«t floraiv and hg C QO 
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Handy .*4'inch-««|uarc *ize. OJ««le in Ireland m popular “hiI- 
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Uoloriiil, gay. yet delitale patterns in fast colors, 
li'.rev, bine or gold in .V>-jnch size with 4 .serviette?. 

lioxed ready lor giit-giving. 3.25 

.'2 incHe^ souare Tablecloth tvith 4 g" OC 

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Embroidered PilloM Cases 

Wonderful Vhristflias gill just arritea m tijne (t»r >uu to cliyoa^wu or three pair* hme 
cotton with liatidsome cutwork epibroidery. 22x,46-incli size. Pair • 

Altraclive Gift Towel Set.s Ouillcd .Satin Bedspreads 



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Pamoua 

Cvncral Klactnc 



V Tea Kettles 

H 

} BoUf 3 cupt of water in 2 min- 
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Choice of 2 tmart modela in 
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Combination 
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and Waffle Iron 

Cooks tender waffles or 
delicious Mndwirbes, pancake* 
nr fries haenn and eggs. Ciirnm* 
plated, finest | *7 Qfl 

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Ouilted Saliii Bedspreads _ 

Double and eingir bed she. Lustrous *atm. rose. 4 C QQ 
blue, green^jiiauve, lurqtKJi^e, wmr. T.ach . I 

Staples. Street h'loor 



Eastern Hardwood Occasional Furniture in 

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Matching Pieces 



Coffee tables 
Cocktail tables 
End tables 
Lamp tables 



quality . 

j Sandwich 
^ Toasters .. ......... 

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hor the wonian that lote* her home . . take* pride in 
lovely furniture, these are the pieces she'll appreciate at 
CliHsImss lime and tong after. Handsomely made to 
mitdern soft bleached Nottawa finish Choose now . 
pay a tow price for quantities of quality and durability. 



HASSOCKS 



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light weight with automatic 
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streamlined Q QC 

models W*wW 



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( Saves time anrf tabor . . . doe? 
a better job of pressing without 
w a pressing cloth. Eatv to <>; rr- 

, _ 17.95 

Wet or dry model .. .23.80 

Housenarcs, Third Floor 

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FiU op that empty cor- 
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• these sturdily built hat- 
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or Ian. IS inches round. 
12 inches high. 

Simitar to illustration 



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GolTec Tables 

Scini-nn»dprii style with rirh d 7 

veneered tup. 17 a 27-nuli ?'/e. F.ai ^ * I 

* 

Lamp Tables 

Semi-modern style to match the ab'^ve ■■•ffre tal-1*. 
IS X 15-inch top, 2fi imhes high. 4 J QCT 

Each ... I • 9.510 

End Tables 



Semi tnodern style to match ilie alkn>e coffer lahte 
and lamp table. 12 x 24-inch top, 24 d C QIC 

inches high. Kach 19.99 

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Pull Width. IH to Yards 
Long 

Sample 

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Round, square and oblong . . . some with tops that open 
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5.95 11.95 15.95 18.95 

Furniture. Fourth Floor 



Fiiif Qualify Reversible 

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Low in price but gornt quality suitable for the frr>"f 
of fireplaces, ifathrooms or lirifroom* (Ircen. Ir'.v^c. 
blue or wine with florsl border. 25 a 4g ^ QC 
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* Split them * for drapes for smalt 
wtodotvs, tt»e them for coshUm* qr 
shopping bags . . . boy several at 
this lew price! Mostly plain home- 
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Shoe Repair Special 

Monday and Tuesday 



Bird-on-Tray 

BONBONS 



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designed semi- porcelain with bird resting on the side 
of leaf-shaped tray. Pastel pink or blue. No Lux- 
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Mtnufgcturer’a Romnanta of Floral 

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CIrarance line from a well-known manufac- 
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runners, ahopfwng Hag?, etc. Average 
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fa your orgaiMSsIkiti pUnmog a Chrisuna* Uc* 
portjr? Then let “The Bay" help youl <>»f speeui 
serTtre will select pits, wrap and label them, then 
dctivrr fhetn wherever you wish. Rest all, tfiere's 
a 10% dtieouot on these orders. Contort Brtty 
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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C. 'SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1948 



Amazing Founder oj Colonist 
Became Second B.C. Premier 



to Amor Do Ooonoo— • mum 
whtek (UaUocUTt ooousb to 
prrront confuiton ood olk>, pMbopo. 
to fivo lU owMT p oio u oal ■ivcrUO' 



editor Who foufht lor tno (MopMi. chancoo that ohy oQm man 

rtfhU. became* Premier ol Biitlah ' hlmaeU Amor Oe Ciwmoe 
Columbia and a builder of Con* rtmoU. The name waa a e«i- 
federatlbn, left amall record of hie oj Uir** (orelfn lancuaiee 

private Hie. Amor De Coamoa the from the Latin. "De ’ from . . . 

man xcmaUu larsaiy an enlcma to pr«och. and ‘‘Coamoa' from the failed by 
thla day. 

He blaaed like a meteor through 
hU chaotic Umoft and died In mental 
darkuOM. almoat ignored by the 
people whoee cause he had rham* 
piMned. Years later, the hUtorlans 



dominated gomoment. Pruoi the f 
first he urgM reform and rtprr- 
senUiive gtTTrmmeni. 

for the Aal^hibly 
few votes. In IMS hr 
Ortek. In KngUsh the whole meant tried again and was elected In 
"Lover of the Universe.” that year he sold out The Colonu. 1 . 

The eenator who presented the .ond seven years later launched Tlir 
name-ahanfing 'bill must hare pro- Standard, its lough rival for 20 
nomioad-”Ampr” with a broad "a" >■*«*“ 

' Dr, Ci 17:.=! urged union of Uie 
and Confederal ion ‘and de-' 
nounced corruption and incom- 
ipetenre. *rhrough iht deprsaaion 
I of IMS he and others fougnt a 
j three-cornered battle against the 
I governing clique and the annesation 

^ Alter union of (he, coluiurs In IMfi 
^he moved the Confederation Issue 
in the Bmuh Columbia LtglalaUte 
Council in 1U7, and sa« it ianguun 
b£c.i’x-e of Governor Seymourx 
Inertia. Next yrar. at a mass merl- 
ins. he proposed admlsslen to Cmi- 
federatlon on condition a traiv-- 
contlneniai wagon road wm buiU 
Iwithtn two Team He ,campal|ii« ii 
to have tiie Bruuh Colimibu lapuni 
lat Victoria and the tlanAcoi)tinrm.vl 
I railway terminus at R-’quimnlt. 
HF.ADKI) lirLEIlATIO.N 
1 ] He headed a ConledfraUim dcic- 
' 're gatUm to Otuwa. and Sir JiUm A. 

■ « ' ‘ I Macdonald became hts frieiuL lu- 

^ - ISTI Df CoamoA aelmmcd union 

AMOB Da COSMOS With Canada, (hougli not on qui><> 

« that It wounded like “Armor.” 

for the CaUfomla Bute jourtuT ihe l>..mini.... 

♦».*, in Houre for Victoria 

In 1871 he became Premier i>f 
BrKlal^ Colufubta and held - 
uiuU 1874. whvn abolition of dual 
jTp7T“rr.x;ti.“>n forcrd him to i sign. 
He retained hts Dumimon seat un- 
til 1882. when he retired at S7. Hi« 
lack of tact made enemies and his 
popularity had waned Purthei- 
De Cosmoa wandered north to more, he-wss too muc^ pf an Indi- 
{ 71110 . Bi|^ County, abandoned vidual to be an obedient {Hirty man. 

Tri'Phy and Beoame a e ucceti * ) He foughi aleadlly lor live Bute 
il trader, speculator and miner, inlet rail route and the Eaquimalt 

tarmlnua. and when the Pra.<irr 
route was chosen he .seemed to lose 
Interett- 

Pushing a New WeaUiUnslcr rail 
ferry project, he tried for election 
in 1885 and failed He hsd lost toucli 
wdLh the public. 

In 1880. after an lUneRs. his bni-' 
llant mind clouded, and he never 
emerged to sanity M« died on 
July 4. 1887 Very few came to hi- 
funeral ‘TlUa »a.s the mockery of 
honor paid to Amor de Cosmo*, 
whom yeara ago a large seriion of 
the people of VlctorlH roneldered a 
hem,” complained Dr Helmcken, 
who had often been his <n>pnnent. 
Today British Columbia remembers 
the man Victoria once forgot 



In centre of sbove picture la leaky ibed" wjtfrf The Colotaet had Ita firet home. De Coemoe. founder, 



First Canadian Paclflc Railway 
telegrams did not appear until SO 
breach of prtv- years later. December 5. 1884. 

In August. 1883. The Colonist 
drew wtt«nUo(t to Us hew building 
and equipment and predicted a 
great future for Brltis^ ColumbU. 
“With Inauguration of a pro- 



id a I apologise for a 

1800 Allege.” 

' The . Colonist Mted proudly In 
1 1861 that its clreulatton had in- 
ntst , creased since Ita InrepUon from 'M 
on Co 4.00Q. ^ce 1801. U had mul- 
aye Uplled more than abt times, 
fed The year 186^ was a' ^morable 
laht one for The cokmlst. In that year 
ivel the paper imported the first power 
Is* • piT’? ever seen in this area..' Under 
(kly, tiM caption “Our New Prtu," the 
proudly displayed an «n> 
«k‘a>£;3^-.‘mg' 'of ihe machine— probably 
the first picture to appewr in The 
colomns. Unfwr* 
~T^;ttmate»y the engrevtng srea ;See 
fUMl'leiVS to fU ronrenlenUy, so It sKs 
ern- printed sideways, 
weu. . Jh.lfttt IhcUMngr succCHlysIjr^^r, 
eoQ. creased iU page to sU. seven and 
for^eHhC columns, although the T>age 
Aterihas been reduced to more compact 



menl. the rapid settlement of the arrived on a ship in May. 18&8, with 
country and the constnicUon of the the gold-seekers who wvrv swarm- 
island railway and drydock. the mg to Victoria, ihe man who was 
province has entered upon a new to prove one of the most colorful 
era. It la not unfair to assume that figures in the huiory ol the Pacific 
a great proeperlty is In store for us Coast already seemed a personality 
as a people, and acting upon the apart from the crowd, 
impression, there has Just been ecm- * Boro In Windsor, Nova Scotia, on 
pleted, in a Central position on Ocv- ‘August 28. 1825.' tha son of James 
ernment Street, a handsome lour- Charlotte Esther Smith, lie was 



brick and stone ImUdlng with tjehrutened WJUam Alexander. He 
steam elevator ithg. only one in the attended private school and Windsor 
province) for the conveyance of ‘Academy. Hu srhoollrvg ended ''ben 
heavy goods and pwasengen from moved to Halifax 'with his 
cellar to garret.” parents at the age ol 18. ar«l he 

On the rvUrement pf D. W. Hlg- became a grocery clerk 
gins In 1880. The ColmUst was^ Seeking opportunity, he moved 
transferred to W. H. Ellis and A. O. like many other young 

Barglson. tn 1882 the latUr Vld tnoritimers of ihe day In l^l he 
out to Hbn. James Dunsmulr. At joined a covered-wagon party txw- 
this time the present company. The ; vAiing QvcrJanfT to California, and 
Colonist Printing dt Publishlni Co- ’g^fte/ ^^ipin g beat off severwl In- 



transformed it to 



Pnllowing repeated attacks by > 
The Colonial on Governor Douglas 
and ihe "PamUy - Company Com- 
pact.” Douglas struck back in an 
effort to silence hla impatient cridc 
On April 1. 1859. he revived an an- 
tique BngUsh law and poeted a 
proclamation on the wall of th^ 
Hudson's Bsy foit demanding a 
tx>nd of fISM for publication of The 
Briilsh Colonist. Por every day of 
‘‘iilrgal” publication s fine of £50 
was threatened. 

BdlUir Oe Cosn|os. hearing of Uie 
law Just before press-time, went to 
press with two blank pages. He 
afterwards said that he did not pub- 
lish. but a copy of the halt -blank 
paper is preserved on the file, and 
some copies were protably dis- 
tributed. 



dTf.n* aRklftt.* retched Salt 
City, where he stopped. i 

BTAYCD AMONG MORMONS 

Alter a year among the Mormotia. 
he continued to California — having 
been ordered to move on. It wa* 
said. 

At Mud SprUigs William Alex- 
ander Smith found many other 
Smiths. Some were WtU Smiths, too. 
and it was said that there were even 
two other WUllam Alexanders. Mall 
sometimes got mixed up. Nettled. 

, Smith petIUoned Ihe CsUloroia 
I Stale Legtslaiure to change h^ 



Udn was formed. ' — 

In July, 1806. control of the 
paper passed Into the hands of the 
late J. 6. H. Matson, under whOM 
able admInUtraUon the paper was 
fully moderniaed and developed into 
one of the foremost dally newspapers 
Matson died In 



hrto a morning newspaper, *The 
Chronicle. Por three and one-half 
years *The Colonist and The Chron- 
icle fought a ruthless newspaper 
battle. 

Next year Amor De Coamoa left 
The Colonut to devote himself to 
politics. A group of five etnployrts 
under the name of Karrlea Jc Co 
bought him out. About then Mc- 
Millan scM his share In The Chron- 
icle to T. H. Long. *od ‘‘the two 
papers stripped for a long and bit- 
ter bsttle." 

Early in June. 1866. the telegraph 



In Canada 
1831. 

Today, under the presidency of 
H. T. MaUoo. the paper enjoys a 
reputation throughout the Paclflc 
Northweat that is unequalled by 
any In lU elasa. TTw Colonist, with 
British Columbia, looks forward to 
another M years of progress. 



House of Assembly and made to 



Serving Victoria 
86 Years — 



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\ htjjtoionut Advertisement, in pqyment of which this 
r^'pt was issued, might be soid to be the beginning 
JC the business thot hos been o record of steody progress 
gnd expansion ever sirKt. 

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Since these*eorly doys three generations of the some 
fomily hove brought the finest of British fobrics fosh- 



ioned by the world's leodmg designers to meet the 
demands of a community whose leoders hove olwoys 
shown Q full oppreciotion of the inogic words "British 



Mode. 



Even in Those Days 



As oorlv 04 1102. whan Thomas M atche r eparwd fht 
doorv o4 Motchar'v on Fort Street, the hamdottorw of 
the thrivlr^g bustoett we know vodsy were lord ort the 
Aun w re tesre o4 c uetomer setiafaetton. tr Is a heritage 
hertded hern father to sen te grondsen. growtnq with 
the cemmurUty, domg Its port tn the cuitural and com- 
arerctol fKparWon of our ettv- Under the guidlnQ hand 
of the 1oun4ff. then of his sort, th# tote Jeme e H. 
Fletcher, and aew the able dheetton of Woher I. 



Finei Wearing Apparel for All the Family 



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'Advtrtiiinf and reading matttr, coca it U |»ftparcd. goes immediataly to the coenpoaing room to ba aat 
In typa. From left to right; J. R. Hibbaraoa. day ad markar; O. H. Pottingcr. night foreman; Oava Clarke, 
day foreman, and W. E. Oimn, night id marker. Whan the mail of lead type U aat it la laid oat in the 

page forma ahewn aboYa. 



Metal plated for raih page at* put on cyliadara on iSa big. ihrao-daak praaa that romWea to a Mart early Aa tha p ap ara aoma off the praaa they are wrapped and bandied is 
inch mpmisg. Aa they ari ink^ papM from throe glam rotta whirla eror tbam and CYontualiy the fm- the mailing room for dabrery by track, mail or carrier boy. From 

ithed product emarget. Fredi to ri^: Robort Por t if . tidaey Voanam- (f ara m an). Joaaph Upca and left to right' J. A. McCa^na. CSIford Scroggio. C H. Mtikr. Aodrew 

EraaM Edward (on Uddar>, , Vdtek (loramon), and W. Belobaba. 



One of tha moat intaraating oparatiooa in the production of the paper 
each day is tha work of tha photo-engravera who reproduce tha 
detaila of picturea on rinc platea. In thb plctttrt Albert Hooker it 
' studying the detail of hia work. 



Office direction over dahrary ol the pnpor. tha ficisl ocilos hi prmdMng Vk*ar«MH with s nasrslnm akwo- 
psper to read st braakfastr b Is the handa ol tha circsiaeion dep ar t ust From left in Hgh*: Doug t sa 
GnffitK WilKam Davba fat coomar), KaoasUi Uiakford. W, N. Orka, A. G. Hamhtna (uraMadan 

amnagar). Arthm Lana sad t. ft. Sasitg 



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ProduAion of the modein Colomat ttarta with it* reporter*. While teleprinter* and wirei bring information from otmtde point*, the 
reporter* gather ft locally. Back row, left to right: ^y Wormald.,Tom McKcachic (*port»), Vernon Taylor, Bnice Byrne*. Frad 'McNeil. 
Dtnb Blunden. Jamei £ddie (sport*), and Gdrdon Forbes. Front row: Lawrie Jotlin, Brian O'Connell, Adele Plant faocial) and Isabel 

Cooper (Kbrarian-). 



Whde reporter* write their news, member* of the advcrtiitng department gather and prepare claMificd, and local and national dUpIay 
advertbementt. Left to rigti^: Sid Sidaway, LaTry Howard, Richard Olga, Oaiiea Wtbon, Eilaca Atkina, Alfred Frankvon. Robert Milne, 
Eric Moore, Audrey Rooney (accretary), John Poa (assistant advertising manager), Betty Attkcn (secretary)- and- Margaret Swarbrick. 



I'or supervision of gathering and editing, news U departmanuliied under these members of the editorbl staff. Left to nght: Jim Tang, 
sport* editor; James O'Connor, copy editor; Fred C. Barnes, city editor; K. A. Gurogy. nugasin* editor; Erith Smith, copy editor; Seth 
Habon. managing editor; Mrs. Dorothy Wrotnowski, social editor; George Bonavia, Island and financbl editor; Ormond Marrion. telegraph 

editor, and Richard Ayres, copy editor. 



Whil*>4ha advertising and new* departments are at work and editorbl comment and opinion is being prepared under the direction of lha 
editor, a skilled front office staff keep* bustneu and accounting operation* functiotung smoothly. Left to right; Isabel Chambers. John 
Baylisi, Jean (kegg, Arthur Laundy (paymaaier), Colin Hudson, George McCann (accountant). James Rowe (classified advertising manager), 
J. W. Stephen (office manager), Tom Kelly, Jacquelyn Johnson. C. Baugh-AUen (cathlat), and Lovatt Turnbatl. 



Whan a page form b compute it goaa to lha stereo type room where a mat b made fbet, then a aenu> 
cylindrical lead plate which fits onto the prese to print directly on the ncw^irint. Prom left to right: George 
Duncan (with plate), Fred Stokes (with mat), Russel Stearn, Bert Pickup (foreman), and Stanley 

Beahforth. 



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Many Phases in Production of Modern Colonist 













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Tim DAII.V COI.0MST. VICTORIA. B.C.. SUNDAY, DliCEMBIiK 12, 1948 



Uncjcrsicorc new Vulctiilc outfits willi 
flattering lingerie ... a variety of hand- 

iomt hosiery.- Wc'vc- all the wonderful 

foumiations esbcntial for molding a fash- 
^ ionably feminine figure . . . slcek- 
fitting longer slips . . . dafnty, 
rufflecT sleepwear. Plus a splendid 
. selection of house coats in aiithe^itjc 
\\ 1 cii-.O'w and frillv feminine stvles. 



First “Colonist’ 
Advertisements 



showed the leoding fashions 
of that doy, ond since ther^ 
kept pace with 
chonging styles ond the 
changes of feminine fancy. 



ever 



• LINGERIE 



• HOSIERY 



SLEEPWEAR 

• FOUNDATION WfeAR 



But the basic ideols of friendly 
helpful service on which this 
business wos founded by the 
late Horry I. Mollek and Mrs. 
Mollek are still thi^ founda- 
tions on which the business 
continues to progress ond still 
continues to add to its ever- 
widening circle of friends 



Christmas Gift 
Hosiery 



» Foundation Garments 



Corsefettes . . Girdles . . . Brassieres . . . 
Gorter Belts . . . notionolty-known makes ^ 
Flexaire . . . Noture's Rival . . . Le Gant . . . 
or^d others. Speciolly designed for woist-whit- 
tiing ond hip-slimming — bros holding the 
secret of perfect uplift. 



• FHANTOM 



Beautiful hoMcr>— nylon— vrtpe—njli kooI— 
rayon. In all the Inveheti and newest shades 
and a coreplete raripe of tires. The ideal 
Christmas pift. 



orize more then qny other oc 
:omplishment. 



ingerie 



711 YATES STREET 



frozen fruits ajiri vegetables symltolizcs our 
steady growth and development. 'The finest 
equipment, the latest mechanical devices have 
been evolved through the wealth of experience 
tiiat stands behind Wilson’s. This fine plant 
is wbrthy of the fresh, Island-grown produce 
we offer, 16 varieties in the familiar red and 
a new plant for the processing and packing of white package, now- at yonr grocers. 



Since 1901, when Mr. Biggerstaff Wilson 
founded an ice and cold storage plant on Store 
Street, our 6rm has progress^ with the 
advancing times, growing with our expanding 
city, leaders in the use of scientific methods 
of food preservation. 



— ^ THE — 

B. WILSON C0.Mi 



tc» ■ C eld L So f f F reaew Foods Rsffifsratlaw 

534 HERALD STREET, VICTORIA, B.C 



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UNDKRjmNGS IN ALL TIlU 
PRICED FOR Tin- 


POLICY: 

.>1- VICTORIA, DAINTY, FEMININE 
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THE DAILY COLOKIST, VICTORIA, B.C., SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12, 194« 



ors of Mcloria 



Some Significant Dates 



TtUu Bfrlnt «od Chtrlkoff. Tlctbrt* IncorporaUd. Okil- 
ilUnc for Runta. reach boo gold rtiah. Mainland rad* 
wthWM^ ooaat of America danta repcaudl; peilikm tot 

npreaenutlTt ■orarnment, 



Spaniard Juafv Perea alghta 
Quean chaflrtrea. Vancouver 
ictand; tradea «no Indiana. 



1M4 

Douilaa reUnqulabaa forar- 
nonhlp, ■uccaadad oo Main- 
land br Frederick Saymwuf; 
oo laland bjr Edward Ken* 
oady. laland forernmenl in 
dlfflculUaa. 



Captain. Cuuk raaebaa* 



Nbotka un Vanrottrer laland. 
Obulna aea otter itlns. * 

' I7U 

Cap'aln Jami't Uaruia ba- 
glna large-M-elc Xur uada at 
NooUa. 

Spanuh T>-jn Eatevao-Jaaa 
Marunei aetaea Brttlah Ahlpa 
at Nof>tka. “taktra poaacMiuu** 
lor Spain. 

17N 

*'Nootka CoavanUoo%dlTldaa 
prlvUegea between Bmalo 
and Spain: actually narka be* 
gtnnint of cod nf Bpanlah col* 
onlaatlon drea^na. 



UM 

Vancouver laland. Brltlab 
Columbia united under Sey- 
mour. 



Flrat Intialaiirr council aaa- 
BloQ of united culofUea in Nea 



Wcaimlnater. 



First City Council Met on A ug^ust 25^ 1862 



Many Famous Names 
On City Mayoralty List 



Ceplaln Vancouver atreti 



the corporation be paid Into- the 
Chartered Bank of BrliUli Columbia 
and Vancouver laland, and an 
account opened in the clty'a name. 
Ceundllon did not lake kindly to hia 
motion, and It waa withetrawn. The 
llkrlleat reaaun is that (here warent 
any funda to deiHelt. A motion for 
a finance committee met a Ukr fate. 

At the third meetlnK Auiruat 39 the 
dignity of the chair literally took a 
tumble. Mayor Karris a chair apllnU 
ered under him and he fell vlth e 
eraah. The mayor held up the frag- 
ments lo the grinning city faihera. 
The same ehale had been used by 
rrikgititrate Augustua F Pembertoa 
for four and one iiaU yeara. 

The council ael ' About ralalng 
revenue The British Colonial uf 
Auguat 90 contained a long Uat of 



Victorla’a ftnt city counclk had no 
home of ita own. Fifty cltlaaoa 
gathered at a makeahlft meeting- 
place In tbej>oUce barracks at 7 pjn. 
on Auguat B. 1863. to which Mayor 
Thomas HarrU and six "eouncllon'' 
fitting together th« machinery of 
cHde government. 

Froceedlnga of the pioneer tneeUng. 
recorded in a palnataklng copper- 
plate band by Algernon Austen, firai 
city clerk, are preserved In the 
leather-bound minute book kept In 
a vault at City Hall. 

CouncUlora John Copland. W. M. 
Searby. T. M. Reid. N. M. Rieka. 
W. C. BUonach and Richard Uwla 
presented their credentlala to the 



fa'a laland 



cluda ' tranaeonUntniaJ rail- 
way in ten yeara; Canada to 
aaaume colonial debt; annual 
grant; grant for Bsqulmalt 
dock. Joaeph W. Trutch firat 
Ueutenant-Qovemor; J. F- 
McCrelght flrat Premier. Ail* 
eiecUvo Legialatlve Aaaembli 



Dp to this year, M men have oc- 
cupied the office of mayor since 
Vletorla’a lnc<^,>c^al!cin to IM- 
Some held office year after year— 
lueh aa Vietorla'i flnt mayor, 
Thomas Harris, who waa returned 
In the jtm 1B63-M inclusive. Sub* 
se<|uent ntsyora have been; 
IMd-Lumtey Franklin. 1867— W 

J. Macdonald laftcrwardi Senator). 

1868-70— James Trimble. 1871— A 

K. Robertson. 1879— Richard Lewis 
1871 — Jamm B. McMillan (part of 
ypsr). Jamea D. Kobdnsoo realgned 
<m accepting office as erater com* 
mlaaioner, and William Dolby, after- 
wards market clerk, acted for the 



rearhss Pacific tidewater by 
land. 



Horth limit of b|>anlsb ter' 
rltor 7 set at 43 degreea. 



1178 

Amur De Coamoa becomes 
Premier of British Columbia; 
to 1874. 

1871 

Eequimalt fixed ss terminus 
a( tranacontlncotal railway.' 
00 start on oonatrucUon; Brit- 
ish Columbia restive. 



Russia abandons claim to 
coast south of 84-40. 

18U 

Fort Victoria built by Hud- 
eon's Bay Co. under James 
Oouglaa. 

1848 

Treaty of Washington fixes 
Dnlted Btaiea boundary at 
48th parallel. 



promise 



)S74— WUUam Dalby. 1675-76— J 
S. Drummond. 1877— U. W. T. Drake 
1878— R Flnlayaon. 1879-61— J. B 
Turner later Agent-Oeneral In 
LnuiMti 1883— Noah Shakespeare. 
1883— C. B. Redfem. 1884— J. 



tranaoontlneotai railway by 
I860. Eaquimalt * Nanaimo 
Railway aooo aa poeaible; 
transcontinental wafon road, 
lelegrapb line. 



Vancouver Island granted 
to H BC. with coloiuaatlou 
clause; laland prw fanned 
British eolony: Richard Blao- 
shard ap p utn red govemor. 



W. Carey. 1888-R P. Rithct. 18^47 
—Jamm FeU. 1888-91— John OranL 
1893-98— Ron Robert Beaven. 1894- 
96 — John Teiforr"'''- 188624100. 
Robert Beaven. 1887-98 — C. E 
Hedfem. 1900-68— Charlaa Hayward. 

1908— A. a. McCandlaaa. 1904- 
06—0. H Barnard (later M F., then 
senator). 1906-07— A. J Morley. 1908- 
08-Dr. UwU Hall. 1910-11-A. J. 
Mprley 1913— J. L. Beckwith. 1918— 
A. J. Merlsy. 1914-18— Alexander 
Stewart. 1917-i6-A. B. Todd. 

1918-31 -R J. Porter 1923— Wil- 
liam ' Marchant. 1938-34 — ReglQail(i 
Hayward. 1828-38— J. Carl Pendray 
1939-91— Herbert Anacomb (later uie 
Hon. Herbert Anscomb). 1933-96— 
David Leemlng 1997-44 — Andrew 

McOavln. 1944-48— Percy George 
(Now two-year terra). 



Bagulmalt rejected aa tout- 
fie rail tannlnus; ftaecr route 
ahoaen. 

1888 

Last spike driven on CFJt 



Blanahard. thwarted by 
BBC., resigns; succeeded by 
Douglas. 

1854 

Flnt' bland legislative as- 
sembly meets; few voten; 
high property quallflcatlona. 

1851 

Amor De Coamoa founds 
the British Colonist; fights 
H B.C. domination. Fraser 
gold brings 30.000 to Vioturla. 
Mainland colony of Prhleh 
Columbia created; Dcmglaa 
sasumes dual governonhlp. 

1848 

New WesUnuutar IncorpCH 



'WUlieS Olb*on PTtoko. 



Businem and culture are combined hi Victorie’e corporate etel, which 
wac drawn op in 1862 when city wit incorporated. The original seal 
was replaced about 1880 and again hi 1938. but design was not changed. 
Shield in the centre bearg boat o{ Queen Victoria and ia wreathed ^th 
seaweed. Figures sre'twin sisters of Civilisation and Coloriicattoft. The 
motto, "Semper Liber"— "Always Free"— u borne on a scroll by a 
bounding dolphin intended at a suggestion of the free port system. 



Vancouver incorporated. B. 
A N. Railway completed. 

1887 

First tranaconUnenlal paa- 
wnger train reaches Vancou- 
ver. Esquimau vr«ving dock 
opened. 

1986 

Saanich. Oak Bay Incorpo- 
rated. . 

1911 

Bsqulmalt Incorporated. 



First mayor of the city, from 1663 
to 1868 Inclusive, was Thomas Harris 
Be conducted the early eouncU meet- 
ings In the police barrmcki, help 
ch(yi.u* the dty eeal. 



FOR 36 YEARS it has been our privilege to 
serve Victoria as headquarters for the finest in 
lasting gifts of diamonds, watches, jewelry, silver- 
ware and china to perpetuate the memories of 
life’s happiest occasions: birthdays, engagements, 
weddings, anniversaries, Christmas, etc. 



JEWELERS 



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OUR STORE IN 1913 



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BRIDAL WREATH 



WATCHES 

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OMEGA 

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TUDQR PLATE 
WM. ROGERS a SONS 
1881 ROGERS ^ 

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RODEN BROS', STERLING 



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WESTCLOX 

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COMPACTS 



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WADSWORTH 
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BONE CHINA 



SHELLY 

ROYAL ALBERT 

ROYAL STAFFORD 

ROYAL CROWN DERBY 

PARAGON 

AYN8LBY 

ROYAL DOULTON 

DENTON 

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IRISH BELLEEK 



PEN AND PENCIL 
SETS 



DRESSER SETS 

INTERNATIONAL SILVER 
ELGIN AMERICAN 



PARKER 



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WATERMAN 

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OPTICIANS 



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TERMS 



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AT NO EXTRA COtT* 



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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C.. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1948 



Old-Timers Recall 
Days of Three R^s 



«r*d UM btACUtODM Wtf Mt tb«« , 
up In rows nkmc «MUni Porter, 
wbert tbty rtmeln to thla dey Only 
tho moft ioUd monumenu nod 
tonbetoDM were left In thetr oii|* ' 
mei poolUoM. Some remnlm ««r« 
trmnaferred te.IloM Bey. ' 

TBIED JAMES BAT 

In ISM there MT aoniMereblci 
•ClUUoD for 4 new cemeury beyond 
the ofty llmiu. In im Uxc Ceme- 



(lendcneed frotn en Orlctael by 
CecH^reMbl 

Ormtey ento ere me dient wilt 



oepMe AfEt Sccuem of the peet 
They leU the atory of e tovn or e 
netioo with no weated ep or da. 

Vkeiortea record of the deed li 
blurred In pleoea. but atlU reedePle 
In felriy recent lunaa humen bonaa 
have been evicted from their reat' 
ln< pieoee with grueaome dlacoun- 
cay .to fn aV f way U’T tuDunoiuK 
eummerce, ahd paved rtipcui covr: 
aome of the early irevea of the plo- 



thet the atkk wet ueed. Alexander -i would like to flyxua oyt )>,.• 
WUllem Bemple end Herbert Kent ^env milea I have danced Ui my 
are the men to aet hla thinking mj, sfr Kcm aeya. “But m> danc- 
nghi They were there 8to|>prd wiUi the walu and 

Mr. Bemple. 40S Sdwerd 6»/eet. poiea I never did any of ihp.se 
and Mr. Kent, 338 Douglaa 8dreei. things l"ve no tiae lot Uiem. 

, both S6 ycoxi pld, were achoolmaiea jj^ younger dk>» you used u» 

have to know at leeat 12 denco ** 
Schoolboy* uaed to .learn Icarer 
trel BUbJecU and learn (hem more 
DOW ^lioroughly. Mr Kent malntalna. 
Qktr '‘Beadin', wrum' and 'rithmetic* 



Uncounted ccoturiea before, 
namrlfia men lived and died and 
left their remeUu to. pusalc archae* 
and niatanen*. 

Humeroua burial calm dotted 
about Victoria. EaQuunalt. Uplanda, 
Cadboro Bay, Albert Head and the 
Gulf laianda. dating from prchia* 
tone timea. harbor the remaine of 
vanUhrd raoea. Among i»rcn. hw* 
tortana oclleve. wera the Mongp< 
n«.i>ai wiu> apparently invaded and 
aettlcd thU territory at leaat 2.000 
yeara ago and than diiappeared 
Into the OiUU of time. 

Lat*p>eo*nar>. the ' Indiana, were 
living at Eaquimalt and Cadboro 
white men arylved in 



In the alrople day* when 
'Thrca R'l" reigned aupreme. 
They attended Boy*' Gi 



Street They graduated |of%Uwr **They don't teach them *o weii 

— — today Many young men graduate 

from high arhoo] with airucioue 
wnung 

“We were a pretty well-beliated 
crowd," Mr Kent aMeried. 
added even more mrprLunf 
atatement; never played hdukry 
^ m my 

Mr. Semple admitted Uiat he 
played hookey several timea «iUi 
^ '* fellow called Brown." who ac* 

companled him to Cratglluaer 
School. He recalled that the> »<>me> 
times went to tha bakery at Ciiiig« 
} flower and helped knead dough 
i r ' Though denying “hyoltej, Mr. 

I . ' Kent pleaded guilty to a mote keri« 

uua charge. 

I I'lii.NKNk f'toAitr ms 

' tT^ U^ ^ ^ aneak out auuiriimea 

I ^ </ apd smoke Chlneae clgareltea Wa 

1 ^ got them frotn the- Chineae uo 

^ f Chinese New Year, when the (Irma 

^*^^^^** ■ * held open house. W# wera never 

autxANvas iiwru caught •* 

He was about I& years old ihm. 

land went on to*attchd Victoria's in pre-hIgh achool days. Mr Kent 
,fiT!l high school, housed tn a log recalls. ' we weie punished by having 
jcatfln off Caxnosun Street which to sUnd in Uie corner If we dli 
jhas since been demollAhed something not ssilsraciory to tha 

{ EarUer. Mr. Semple attended teacher " 

6ch--',L which haa baao -'n** atrap hwd no* come Into uaa 
ipreaetved as a hlatodd..Atte Mr then, but Use cane was areU knowi\ 
’Kcnt'D previous education was* at he said “!%• seen the stick used ak 
Angela Collate. Burdett Street, the Collegiate School when a boy ptA 
which has alnee become a hotel; fool through the plaster of the 
and Colleflats School behind the ceUlng He got pn awful caning “ 
present altc of Cathay Apartments Corporal punhltment was quit# 
on Douglas SlreM. liberally twed at Craignower, Mr. 

Mr Semple and Mr. Kent are be- ^seidple said. ; . • . . 

llevetl to be the only two survivors -Rounders.*' not basebaU. was iha 
among 30 boys who aUeoded the popular schoolyard game Marblwk 
first Victoria High School It Is not ^^cks and hw>pt were much in 
known how many of the 13 girl vogue. 

pupils art st^U alive. Fourteen boys of tlie old Victoria 

CO-EDt'CATION rORMAL High School. Including Mr Heniplt 

Co-educaUon was a much more Mr Kent, once presented a 
formal affair in those day*, says c*>Pr of M.»res "UU Ronkh.“ in- 
iMr Kent, Boys aU sal on one side scribed with their names, to ihe 
of Ui# rootp. gtrU on the other, and most popular boy in the schoi.l 
' there was considerable academic The boy grew up and kept the 



rtovladsl ArehiVM rb«w 



This Is sn Early View of •‘Wonesr* or Quadrs Street. Cfmstery. Victofia’a 

ground nearby. When anlrorner of Douglas and Johnson. the tort ui 
iras scooped to make way for Sireeu, that they ars trMdlng on wards the 
three or four cofllns were un-Ihallowed ground. It was on that vine, alnee 



Not all bu^Ls were confined ti 
ihf deeerlb^ areas. Until human 
Hiternien'j inre regulated by the 
auihoruics. there were numerous 
private burials elsewhere 
In May. 18U. local Hebrews de> 
elded to ottabllsh a burial ground, 
comprising two acres of ground on 
the Plnlayeon farm, bordertng 
present-day Cedar HUl Road. It 
was consecrated the following year 
The Chlneee Copsolldated Be- 
nevolent Asaoctatlon In December, 
lt06, obtained an indefeaaable title 
to property at Rarllng Point to thi 
east of Foul Bay. where their own 
cemetery was cstabUshed. and 
jWhers inurments are stUi made, 
j According to old-timer Harry 



Bay when 



Until they were ChrisUanlsed, the 
Indiatls did pot inter thetr dead, 
but “buried" them in their tradi- 
tional manner, doubled up in boxes 
auspeudfd U» tree^. Cemeteries oj[ 
this type were founo on Deadman s 

Balkeit 
and <*n 



the block bmmded by Johnson British Colonist of July 7, lUl, re-| 
Bueet and Paiidora Avenue. corded, that **tbe chain gang are' 

Down this ravine ran a stream sUU busily kogagrt at the graveyS'-d 
urlginaUng in a pool at tha comer exhuming human rrtialns and op*: 
of View and Vancouver Streets. The' ing those without cofOna, prepara- 
stream croaeed Douglas at the prea- tory V? Interment elaewhere .. . . 
ent alW of the Waverty Building and Occasionally bits of trinkeu, lUk 
meandered down to the inner handkerchiefs, ribbons, shrouds and 
l)8krbor. other articles are found with the 

In 1858 the town councU. con- bonaa . . 
iclous of the impending develop- By December. ISSg. the Quadra 
meni of Vlclorta becauae of the Street or “Pioneer ' Cemetery, had 
gold rush of that year which had already been set aside, and was 
brought thousands of newcomera to soon In use. The Chinese were ai- 
the aetUement, and pronfpted by lotted an area at the northeait 
numeroui protaala about the dU- comer where they lay buried fot 
graceful condition of the Johnson about Kven year* and were then 
Street site, ordered the removal of exhumed and ihlppod home, 
all bodlM to the newly-es'abltshed The iftw burial (round was meant 



Victoria coins in one grave employees, naval personnel and 

It is eonaldered likely that other otheri. | 

remaint atiU Ue undisturbed there Lot Mo. 431 la marked ‘‘old grave- 
For three or four yaasa after the yart” on the first plan of the town 
displacement of the nsiUve graves, of Victoria, now filed in the Lands 
(ll%r.B gathered pencdlrallr on the RegUtry Office as No. 'l City Map 
* and dated July II. 1158. AU Utlea 

bemoan the fate of their deceased ^ property In the city are based 
reiatlvea. upon that map. compUed frun a 

RF.MA1N8 REMOVED survey begun In 1861 for the com- 

When the reserve was transferred by Joseph Deepwd PtmbCT- 

to Esquimau the Indians insisted lo** ^ Pearae. Subaequently 

on the removal of the remains. The J- D- P^berton wu appoln!^ 
authorities agreed that they ahouid Surveyor-General of Vancouver U- 
not be left In face of, the poaalblUty IsfM. 

of future excavations. Today. Lot No. 431 la occqpisd by 

Chief Cooper pointed out builai- a clothing store. It functioned as 



Island* (now known as 

Island >, up Victoria Inlet. ^ 

the. Coffin Islands opposiu the end aiopee overlooking the 

of Robert Street within the harbor 
Unuu. 

After the Indians had been Chris- 
tiatiued. they started interring their 
dead on the other side of the harbor 
on the Songhees reserve in the 
white man's conventional manner, 
about the year. I860. 

ON i:aklv maps 

Two well-known burial grounds 
were mdlcated on the early map* 

Orie was on (he aOMlI cape aT Lime 
Bay and the other at Point Hope. 

Rev A.'G Garrett, first Anglican 
mlAiionary here, recalled in his 
“Kominwccnces'* the grun days -of 
the kmallpoi epidemic of 18e*i. **The 



to supersede the Johnson S4W^ 



mayor of Victoria. At ftrtt.-owlng 
to the old idea that the small-pox 
virus lived indefinitely. It was de- 
cided to leave amaU-pox vicums 
where they were. Later the declalon 
Kgs remains 

were gstherrt'fn bdites aiid Vaken 
down to the Brother* Islands, op- 
(MiaHe Eftqulmalt Dockyard, where 
they were incinerated without con- 
sulting the Indians. 

The headman of each displaced 
w . Indian family received from the 

time did not aljow them to dig Qoyemraeni an indemnity of $10.- 
reguiar graves. The bodiee were ^ Indians hence had ample 

laid out in layer* »ep.ratrt and ^ re- 
covered by two or three inchm of of ancesiors B-ime 

earth, forming mound*. Interred at Roa* Bay in ‘Ub- 

Between the two war* there w^ enmn* with much ceremony 

eonslderable activliy in shlpbulld- ^ ^ew reme- 

Ing. and it became neceaaary to ^ Bongheee reserve 

level some 0! the area around Point 

Rope yard*. Workmen unearthed ^ ^ ktbPET TOO 
a collecuon of akuUa and bonre. be- HTRktT. TOO 

Ueved to be on# of the original It Is not generally realised by Vic- 
mounds. torlana. when they traverse the city 

There was also a smalt, regular area converging at the wutnwest 



Early elections In Victoria ware a 
(area. 

The franchise was grautod on a 
high freehold land quaUAcation. and 
In aome dutrtets there were only $ 
^handful of electors. The member for 
Nanaimo, John G. Bamston, was 
returned by one voter In the famous 
1859 one-man election. 

Elections at Am were held orally, 
with no secret ballot Polling was 
held on different day*. *nd men who 
^held land In different districts could 
exercise one vote tn each. Said The 
Dally Colonist: 



STERLING SILVER 



WATCHES 



SILVER-PLATED WARE 



'For Ladies awrl Gentlemen, by the World’s 
•.icatest Maker*, IncliidinK; 
LONGINES 

• OMEGA 
^ ELGIN 

HAMILTON 

BULOVA 

GRUEN 

MIDO 



1847 ROGERS 



COMMUNITY 



Picture wbeiM th> 9 » F. IF. Fronds LU:% fully modern afore orj member* o/ the $taf. 



ENGLISH SILVER STERLING 



INTERNATIONAL SILVER 



TAVANNE8 



Hundreds of Gift 
Suggestions toChoose From 

CrytUl. Cut ClaM, SterlmE Silver. Drexser 
Ware, Clocks ot All Kindt, Lighlert. 

PERFECT DIAMONDS 

When you aelect year Diamond RiiiE ^ 
Diamond Piece at F. W. Francis, you are 
aaaured of the finest quality and value. 



CdrRplete Stlaction 



Gift Suggestions 



For Every Occaafon 

ain Pen*. Pen and Pencil Sell by 
ef. Waterman. Parker, '«lc., LeaTtier 
, Evening Bag*. Handbags. Cup*, 
lie*. Coatumc Jewellery. 



FRANCIS 



A FiAy Modern Watek RapBiriag 
Dtportment 



Diamotsds Remounted and Checked 
Engraving Pm^^* Rettrung 



1210 DOUGLAS STREET 




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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B.C, SL^’DAY. DECEMBER 12, 1948 



V ictoria 



Scene Outside Fort Victoria 105 Years Ago 



British Valued Location;' 

^ -Mj ellflbU ilW" tor «o «iUbltoh-jto th« mUonH acwip*ucm erf 

I T n . /\1 1 o® »**• o* tbr'rouihwn h»U ol th® 

T W lll#l I t^PflfV • chAT«:l«l»U-, point ol occupancy bow Mcb 

J Ol VrlU imCCH-y aartlculoui — amtnaUon of U*«c , nann. 

” • ahortltM fnna Ton MU* Point to! It baa often bm awerUd that 

- ihu .n^u. Mr hero wa. lo prorUk a depot to re- Soote. He ««ch taken 

r k M(K«n^ a • ] pu>. th«t on the fuver the adranufea offered by ^ the Noihlnf le farther from the initn , 

^iujr in the erent ol the Huckon'i Bay I "Canal ol Camoeack." ai ha cklledjThe United Sutea did tM ^ 

Yi^iori* kbrMv. Company* headquartm' at Portlthe Oorge. aa a potenUal t^iU elte., vantage lo the negoUatlona 

By B. A. MeKKLVIB [Vancouver being Included in United 1 where machinery eould be operated eatabUahment of the boundary, m 

T^>e etory of Victoria ie one of Sutee termory when the boundary j^y tidal fall*. Then the broad fact ahe wa* outwitted. Hereare the. 
Uetorical romance: of International line waa aeUJed. It waa anticipated | wUlowed aerm of Ku>Bng>a*la^! facta. h_>' 

atrlvlng* for eupremacy in the that the Columbia would be loet to ' promleed good farming, while the Captain John Mearce and aaeod- 
We*t, and of plctureeque political Great Britain. In fact a* early fiarbor gave aerurance of at«» aent ahlpa from China to lrade| 

patlem* made and re-made by ltl| the 49th parallel '•from the . . _ . . 

kecn-mlnded. eameat men: of perl-.fitoney Mounulne to the aea" had 
od* of tntenie Intfuetrlal kettrity.ibeen euggeeted. This line waa the 
ar>d pleaaant pausee for contem- |be*t that OreaV Britain could rea- 
platlon and progre w ilv planning ’eonably hope to obta i n, for neither 
Alwayi It hai been a place of beauty ;by priority of dlg^Tvery. exploration 
and temperate climate, attractive nor eetUement wa* she entitled to 
lo thoee wtio had lelaure to enjoy inum. 



which he divided the New World' 
dlacovcred by Columbus oetween 
Spain and Portugal—oblccted u> 
Brltub trading In Northern water* 
Jooe MartlDea,.an officer 

in the Spanish Navy waa sent to 
InYfttlgxte with several war veatel* 
He cmptalned~aie craft bekmglng 
to Mearea and took their officers 
and crews to Mexico aa pnaonen. 
WAB THBEATENED 
A world war threatened for a time, 
but In 1790 Spain agreed to the 
demand* of Great Brliain, Includ- 
ling acknowledgment ol a'jvrrelgnty 
I over "teiTltorlee ’ which Meares 



Item wUdemesi In 1118^ eo Great 
Indian* call-iBrl^h and the United State* 
It meant the!are*d to Joint occupancy for tan 
for cover- 'yea'f*. an arT*ngemenl that wa* *a- 
what became tended for an additional decade 
-ndlhf to the when the question wa* again raleed 
and wa* to be exunded 



Ttclnlty of Rockland and Cook. In 1836. 
murdy wlUow. grew In profusion. , untU either 
Theee ireee had an Inner bark of dleconttnuance. But It becaw 
peeullar strength, and Indiana came i dent in ^ 
from the surrounding cuntry to'ceniury 

•eeure thle fibre for making twine would eoon ask for a ^finite deter 

UWI Wn^ rone*. oilnatlOD of the boundary. 

and email ropea. , BrUaln, to examining thei 

a.. - -- i poMlbaitias of the future, saw that. 

If the line waa extended aa had. 
been euggmted to 18U "U) aea" It. 
would croea "Vancouvera Uland — | 
preeent day Lad y^^ 

l§40 the greet valtM <rf the ^a*er| 



letoria la 1843 srtist drew ebov* view of new ‘'towns" busy roam thoroughlsre. with one corner o' 

Demolition oj Old Hudson s Bay t ort 
Caused by Demands oj Commerce 

The past nearly always los^ It*, 
battle with the future "Progreea"! 
and commerce have rubbed Victoria 
of many of its hUtorlcal relics.' 

Most I e gre t ted of all by antlquarwl, 

trfigtoaJ »tockaded 
Hudson’s Bay Compeny fon, built 
In 1643 and depioluhed to 1864 u> 
malk rvom fbr downtown develop- 
ment "* 

The Dally British Colonist re- 
IhhHI .the demolition ga^ at work 
on November 22, 1964: 

"A number of men were yeeterday 
engaged to demolishing the old log 
standing around the 



lofia a expanaion. 



all Spanish terrUorie*. clatou and 
pretensions North of Latitude 42 
Inclurftii were itie rlghia of ^aln 
in respect of Nootka But the Stau 
Department at Washliigum evtdenUy 
but little atteoUoD to thla at 
the tune of the purchase in IS19, and 
had forgotten -It by 1844 when the 
boundary 



Indians. A coDventkm was entered 
into in 1790. wblcb required the 
public reetoratloo ol theee lands snd 
acknowltdiment of British owner- 
ship. 

, Ca p*Ain George Vancouver was 
sent out to represent Great Britain 
upon the oceasloa. Vancouvei and 
Quadra, the Spanlah commandant at 
Nootka could not agree as to the 
and referred 



a- , At “the great land sale." several 
of lota fetched hJgh pare* according 
ed to ctilunlai slandarui. two year* 
il- after Victoria s incorporation. Said 
The Colottlsl: 

“ ■ "Sale of the rrmalnin* lots on th# 

~ old fort site lield >e?*UTday by P. M. 
Backus attracted a large attep-danc* ^ 
^f buyers The Arst lol . . th# ^ 

'"corner of CU>vrrnmrnt snd Pwi‘C 
Streets. opuoKite ilie Occidenlal, 



DsgoUsUoTu for fixing 

active. Great Briuto, W 
they negmtstions. based her claims 
rise of the -terriKTlfe;' a«d referred.^ c s rr .p ^ rtf u? of V-zr _ '* 

the argumAt to their respective ; largely upon the convention 

sovemment* This much was know^'pl J79Q second ireai*^ wa* ii^ter 
to th* world" * mentioned. 

What the world did not know— or ^ jjad United Stole* known to the 

[with men and materials to lay the know1{tg had forgotten in the terror- had an acknowledged 

^oufidsUons fw the fort that waa to;fifled dsyi of the French Rev^utionj^l^ jn aucresnnn to-'Spwm.- 

:be larg* snough to serve ss a depot.l— wa* that the Spanish Convention of "Vancouver's island. 
Ill nectary to th* event of Port of 1790 was never carried out. In-|,^ doubtful If Canada would to- 



became 



Kept 
Cold Out , 



carraiN oaoaoW^vaivcocvsa 



Street ! . wrts kni>fled down W A. 
Munro for 

"Lot No 2 adjoining ^le Glnb* 
Hotel, twenty-two and one naif by 
fifty feel. WHS purcha-ved by Mr. 
Matthiensen for W r*50 Tl»e sovith 
west c**fner of Oovernment ajkd Fort 
Streets, forty-nine bv aeventv-ihrea 
Ir«’t. rrallxed the Mien of Il2.!i00. 

"Tile soulhfiist corner of Ijingley 
and BrouxhUin Streets thlrty-mne 
by keveiitv l***“t. went lo Harry 
Nathan fur 85.050. T>r. Toiinle said 
, Uie company would be willmg to 
j back lull at the prices paid foe 
.them." 



structure* 

Hudsima Bay original fort, prepar- 
tory to the great land sale on No- ' 
veraber 80." , 

On N«ivember 23 TTie Colonist 
had t^K I'’ **>'■ 

trace* of the Hudson's Bay Com- 1 
pany old fort are being obliterated. 
The work of demoUtlott of the re-' 
j matntof fort buildlnp has been 
[going on gloriously during the past 
few days. 

“Yesterday evening the last of 
the number, an old log hou.^, ad- 
iotolng the Globe Hotel, formerly 
used as a kitchen, was brought to 
the ground. The structure was very 



by judges and lawyers, acco^Ul»>« to 
time-honored courtroom traditions 
Oiie day Mr. Justice Crease ordered 
the window r»ver the Jury bo* to be 
opened. Mr. Thomas fittirev whs 
«te of the juror*. He was bald and 
the wind wa* cold. He ordered the 
window closed, and the judge ob- 
Jerted. ' | 

Batd Mr. Biorey; “You. my 
.learned friend, have something on 
lyour head: I haven't anything, U* 



CAPTAIN SOWN MtAWSS 



The harbor waa known, said 
James Duuglaa, as “Camnsack" or 
“Oamosun"— hence the error that 
the fort was named "Camosun." It 
never had any other offleial' name 
than "Victoria " being *0 named by 
the Hudum's Bay Company before 
k waa consinicted. 

There wraA a reason for honoring 
the fort with the namt ol th* If- 
tustrinus Queen. 

PCARFI) LOHH TO I'.g. 

Records show that one of th'* 
ehlei objectives of locating th* fort 



Mtobllshed aa an inlgfnaUoDal 
corridor 

SOVC/hV ROrTIlEBN BITE 
British claim to the Island would 
be strengthened. It was fdl. by 
occupation— and that at th* very 
southern. Up of the Island. Bo, to 
1842 James Douglas, tha young 



America's oldest Industry. New 
Bnglsnd fi^ne. now representospn 
asset of 8100 000.000 annually and 
I provides 700.000.000 pounds of edl- 
jble fish each year lor the country^ 



The speeds of electric motors rwnga 
from 120.000 revolutions s niinuto 
to ss low as a single r pm. or stalL 



In 1819 United States purchased [food slocks. 



w)iy Douglas was cold to build s 



LOVE'S 



Watson’s 



Interpreted in 



Plastics 



IN THE I HEART 
OF VICTORIA 



Topcoats 



Of Outftmdlng Quality 

and Appearance! 



Manufactured. in Large or Small Quantities 
From Lucite, Plexiglas or Perspex — 
Designs Developed 



Wt Carry a Wide |H«ction of 

Imported 



FOR SMART NFW 
FASHIONS 
THE YEAR ROUND 



• TWEEDS 



• COVERTS 



All lypet of indoor signs for counters, 
desks, doofi. etc., either plain 
•r illuminated. 

★ See the New Fluorescent 
Plexfglas in Colors 



• GABARDINES 



Toilortdby ' 

Mosttr-Croftimtn 



Consistently the Best 
and Variety 



Biltmore^^ Hats 



- Merchandising 
Counter Displays 

Artistic snd practical talcs Wlpt. Specially 
designed nr 70a aay choose frum many 
stock 'pstterna. 



LADIES 



Famous for Quality and Satitfic- 
tion. KewTst Shapes and Styles. 



MS - SUITS 
DRESSES - HATS 



Industrial 

Plastics 



AND ACCESSORIES 



•HOWPOOUf AND FLAirr AT 

1415 STORE STREET 
— VICTORIA ^ 




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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C., SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1948 



ere Precarious 



Best Citizens 



Once Enteped 



A foi«r b4d to be • m^le Bnu»h 
r tnertuif of iht oMiwU. eubjoct of luU at*. • Vaiuxniw 
ufBce wtt^ lAland monUu be* 

of one talent- omUi lor* Ua rtection, aod own^r at 
thaU ba»* OO worUi of cMy pro^rty. 

’‘DuquaUfkaUone aluU cuOaUt of 
»ueh major or'i^iog « bankrupt, inaulvent debtor. 



nf lAV -mayor or councUJor bhaUI 

vote at any i 

or aball not reaffo ^ 

UM fpa(« 

rnmj the usie when be 
. . . obtained any intereM to any 
aucb aonlract 
councillor shall forfeit vo the coc*f{(,|0Q or ovtlavr" 
poration a sum of tSOO. and any n ^ oiayor died, realgned. became 
Intoreat in the contract ibaukrulK or was absent for three 

Homlnition khaU be on the elfhth months, the counclUor who rec. iveU 
day of Hownber on each year, and must vows >as i« tak« hu place. 
DolUna on the dsy foUowlnf If Wmieu iwticas of councU meetups 
either of Uie Mid dsyt shall fall on had to be dtapla>ed fur J4 hours 
a Sunday the nomination or election in advance In a public place 



OambUnf bad reared Its Ufly head 
at Tbs Xolaolst'a. doont^. a eor- 
raspoadsnl ricninc blmseU “Carl* 
tetter on 



bootte” assarted In 
mruair 4. IMS. 

-Idltor Brtuih Ooknlft— Is it poa* 
sfbto that you-HUwaya barttofon 
ready and ankloua to ppoae vrorc- 
doars of whatever trade and suad- 
iat— have not yet discovered thet 
within a few aecDods’ walk of iht 
eery buUdlnt from which The 
Ootootet la iasued, there exists a 
hell. In which Old Klnt 
l^fo haa taken up hla abode, and 
at whoae door numerous unaephlaU* 
cated werahlppert nightly ap^y for 
admlttanoc. and ars readily taken 



Bair I sberlfl or any SherlfTi 

officer. Being a member ol the 
LtflslaUTe Council or of the Houee 
teeing a bankrupt, in* 

fekm or ouUaw. 

' f lift’ Having takeo aa oaih of allefiancr 
and the having become the subject of 
any foreign nation or tuie. unl es s 
he subsequently have taken the oath 
of alieglanca ' to Her Majeety . . . 
six monilw at least before the tune 
Of elecUoo. Usvlog directly or in- 
directly any cootaet with the cor* 
potation. Being naval or mlUiary 
ofBoers on fuU pay, or the Judge 
of a court of criminal or elvfl Juris* 
dicUon, or btlng In rscelpt of any 
> allowanoa from the eorporaUon."j 

and' NO PATteONAGE In the case of the number oi votee 

“Mayor and coundUora shall be for mayor being equal, the eoundl 
elected for one year, tt the mayor shall, at their first meeting, elect a 
Ij,. os any the oounotUors shall enter chairman who shall have a casting 
Lum into or- obtain any intarast dlreeUy yoie*-. 

ij'or indirectly in any oootiwct by or **AU expenses attendant upon any 
with the corporation, such mayor or slectloo under this act shall be bom s 
couneiUor . . . shaU ImmedUteiy be by the candidates in equal propor* 
disqualified from oontinulng mayor tion. Such expenses in any ward 
or oouncUlor . . . shall not exceed £» " 



prorismal act of im providing 
looorporaUoo of munlcipaUUes.,K>i»«‘ debtor, 
Tbs Municipal Clauses Act of I — 

(DOW the Municipai Aeti -1 
Munlclpalltim Inoorporatlnn Act as* 
tabllahed p r e ee nt-day municipal 
government. “ 

l^y. Vtctoria operates uridsr 
municipal acta togethe* srtih a 
number of special acta, peaeed to 
meet local conditions. 

Vancouver Is the only British 



atiall take place on the following by the councU. 

-.^1 If ihe-Bxayor refused Ui call a meet' 

-Th. iMrlll .haU .PI>»U« U>' ■*- 

. tor the lirtt of the council had deiuaudvd one U 

»ra,.nu.«. ua.. 

eiecuon. «»• ^ ^ meeuiig themealves. Th( 

^ it-n b«*..a U» ““““ '•* *» '»™ 

hoUTM o< i .Jn, «<1 4 pa.. At cl». , 



**le It poestble that you are un- 
aware of the exletenoe In this town 
of a rwoogniaed Paro Bank— where 
the game Is dealt by expcrirnrsd^ 
“eporte* and where green ones art 
nlghUy rtUered of their money? 

*1 doo*t know whether the game 
, . . te a 'hogging’ one or not— but 
ir it Is a ‘square’ game, it Is a UtUe 
aii^ular that no outsiders have yet 
bucked at the bank without coming 
out loaers , I am credibly infonn- 
#d that the Bank hae actually clear- 
ed .. . over six tho'i.j4>>d dclliirs In 
four weeks, ail taken from tht pock* 
els of Victoria busincas men and 



on site of present bridge, was phdtographqd la IMd by Richard Maynard. 
B.C..Archives by Harold Grant, 71 Linden. First bridge was wobbly 



Names oj Notable Newspapermen 
Recalled by V eteran Staff Reporter 



rERNiC'IOl H trrtVT 

"Apart fh^ the ruin and mtAery. 
whlch the mublUhment of this' 
Bell In the very heart ol our cum- < 
munlty. wlU suraiy bring upon cer* 
tain men of food standing and their 
families, unless stopped by the 
•irong arm of the law— the moral 
•flact la moat pernicious ... 

*THe duty of the police end the' 
neWspepers Is to ^be alive to this 
fearful evil— a serpent whose fadga 
are charged with deathly poison 
has dared to raise Ite hideoui head 
la this omnfeoaliy. and wlteady lie. 
loathsoros coUs ars encircling some . 
ef our best men . . .'* I 

•aid The Cotonlst editorially:; 
*Aceompanylng the abova we have 
received the names of the dealer 
ar>d the proprietor of this houee, and 
ihoee of several of Its 'profeaslonar 
and ’QOD'profaMlonal' frequenters. ' 
Boms of the Utur class are num- 
bered among oor best cttiaeiw. ' 
which . . should serve to reetraln 
them from counteraetlng so great 
an avil . . 

There was no proof. The Colonist 
said, but added ominously that en* , 
quiries would be made. If the pro- 
prietors of the faro game had done 
nothing about it, there would be 
an expose. 

•In the meantime, we trust the 
police will do their share towards 
uprooting the moral Upas tree which 
has Juet eommenoed to take root 



Photographers Record Life of Gty 



'paperman. was also editor of The much to malntoio the paper’s proud 
' Coimiijt t lor a ume. as was R E. rsputatlon. On his death, bis chair 
• OosnsU, a. gif tad -Writer who had a paistd along to Bandham 

.tot to ^ wtm ^ ^ 

ColumbU'. j^rctUvM. Cl«rl» U.«n.toT» 

succeeded C. H. Lugrln. and did 



By FRANK KELLEY 
Editors of live Coto n lst h ave b ean 
man of no small ability. Two ba*' 
came premiers uf BrlUih Columbia 
and others served well within thc^ 
profsasloh and ouuldc It. 

The Oolonlst has always had. 
whether the clUarnry agreed wlUi 
itieir pohural i o ya U tew «r nat, abto 
ennurwiaiors of publishers' poUclM. 
Some editors made their uwn poli- 
ties too-cO. W. Higgins, for iniunciv 
Htxglns was living In retirement 
when he became a familiar figure 
■ to me. a newly-arrived youngster. 
He was noted for the UIm of early 
Vlctorto which he had gathered 
while actively engaged in newspaper 
work, and which were later to ap- 
'p#ar In book fonn. 

Then there was A. O. Barglson. 

’ whom I got to know very, well when 
I was a reporter In later yeare. Uc 
wrote editorials for a white when 
he ar>d W. H. RUte sucCMded D. W. 
Higgins as owners of the peper. 

1 John Robson, who became Premier, 
of the Province, as did Amor Oe 
Cosmos, was also ddltor-ln-ehtef Of 
The Colonist for a time. Henry 
Lawson, a man of wide attalnmenta, 
was editor In the early nloetlM: and 
following his demise Charles H 
. Lugrin, an able Journalist, succeeded 
Lavrson. 

H. G. Bogle, an Old Country news- 



preeervatloo of the city from nr*, 
regulsiion i>f i>ut"k UgbUng, eetob- 
Uahmeoi and malntenanot of land- 
marks, regulation of saniiary coo- 
dlUons. regulation of welghis wnd 
measures, appointment of a gae 
meter inspecuu, reguleUon. self and 
Storage of gunpowder, and purchaee 
of ... for cemetery purposes." 
' ‘nw oouocii could impues e 
special local rate for street im- 
provement If eeven-tenthe ol the 
property-holders on the street 



railHrythg. ifho ma^rtialled 



The Ookw^t poesible. ^ ^ paseage of this act. the irsct 

Some of my early recollections -of | of land spectfted In the first schedule 
working newsswpermen Include the hereto shell be called ‘the city of 
extremely able Charlie Gibbons, who | victoria.' " ' 

was a newspape r ma n 's newspaper- v ^ct divided the infant city 

man; Charlie Oregg. who was wont three wards the Johnson 

to make it known (as the ^d poem th, Yates Rireel ward 

of the writer , detuned to *«hl*v*] gnd the Jamee Bay ward, 
wide fame had appeared in The I government of the City shaU 

Colonist) that be bad given Robert! ^ control ol 

Service the st^ In oo^ncH 'The council shall con- 

c«e«: 0«r^ 8ml.h jrho .1« wunclUnn. 

«h.l .» u»n . htohty_colortul ^ of th. quAimcUon. .Bb 

..UTtront, «b‘ X- to DOB. I th. OlKumlW- 

. w.r corr..poBd.nt for > LonboB,™”' 



Confederate Saloon" on 
Street, near YatM. old-Umer Her- 
bert Kent recalled in hte long-ago 
Dally Oolowist cotumn. "Oo You* 

Remember ?*' 

Thomas Stratton, a resident ef| 

Port Angeles and an ardent Nor-i 
themer, pulled down the Cor-teder- 
ate flag from over the saloon. 

“Sheppard at oooe bounced out. 
threw Stratton down, pulled hand- 
fuls of whiskers out srul otherwise 
damsged him before they were 
separated. The flag Incident p,per. *nd. teter directed the B.C.| 

caused great excitement . . . Strat- publicity Bureau; Lawrence McRae, ’ Being a male British s 
too afterwards formed part of a Mart Egan. Lukin Johiumn, P. C.‘ Having wded 

party of four that reached the top Rawlings, J. P. Bledsoe and R. L- ^ Island of Vancouver 
I of Mount Baker on Auguit 17. Poeock. to name a few arho gave dcpendenclea for a space 
1 1§M •* of their best to thl# paper i caler>dar months previous 



erllh inipacUnn of subordinate 
officers* conduct. 

The eouiKll could devote up to oite 
third of municipal revenue to general 
cxperwlltures; cuuld *'paaa by-taa-s 
to supply the city with sas and water, 
improvament ol the appruachee to 
the city, ineltidmg bridges acyMs 
Victoria Arm Irum Point EUlce. and 
lor the maintenance of boapltate ** 

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and prospered, in the intervening yeors the firm of Henry Birks & Sc 
hos devefoped into one of Canada's great commercial houses with 
stores stretching from the Atlantic to the Pocific. 

In the spirit of good friends, old in experiarKe and tradition, young 
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AUred BrlUe}i ehl^ 



Navies and Armies of Great Britain and Canada 
Have Played Dominant Role in Esquimalt History 



^ bulkier, tn lfl«. 

After tbe turn of tbt eenuoT, 

1 Conorta look or«r ber o«m dRf«oe«a. 

Work Poim Barrarlu «m «vneuatod 
by #i3yiJ AniUory and Royal Enel* 
r^r» ahd occuplad by 
troopa ta IW6. In ttt« tlio mtbI 
baw wai tnuulerrad to iha 
Domlnloo Oovmunent by the Ad- 
Hm mlralty for uae by Um De«ly*«r- 
fanlard C anadia n Navy, which 
«■ played a amaS but vflrcttve part hi 

■" ^ Oreai War. 

In me the i>. r. Oovrmmrot 
■ * c--'rr-ip;rtrd a ^ USQ-Ii=.H ST'r’.'nf 

u of ih; wortd*i htrtwt— 

Ec*-. HM.8 Queen Suabeth. 1.031-faai. 

i>o nor: batuaahip. was ovarhaulsd 

•iylL there tn I9i2. In 1»M. H M C S. 
<M^WL Warrior, flagship of the Canadiap 
Navy steamed in where the wtioden 
' ships bad sailed a oeniury beforw. 
^ \^j and enured the dry dock. 

^ HEADQt'ARTCM RrTI'RNKD 

Military Headquarters. District No. 
11, was at Esquimau until IMl, whan 
It transferred with Naval Bead- 
quarters to Vsneouvsr. Nsval 
P^BH Headquarters returned to Esquimau 

LJVH !la l»e«. ^ 

i Esquimau played a shlnlnf role aa 
a centre fv^ supply, training and 

~ * operations, tn both wdA? When the 

Harbor. While sU are Royal second struggle csxne it had grown 
Ingstee of s flybig eqoadron. ! greatly In importance, and itt poal- 
coRd ehip from right is either tion on tlie Pacific made It s key 
was taken sbout 1H2. centre. * 



lut'.ll Joee Marla Narvac* brought his Sy-yousuog (Soofce) U'«hoy>maltb.,'n)e shlP' 
Add Mhooner Santa Satumlna to ttie and Camoeack < Victoria ’Bgrbor). | Island at 
M,- harbor and ponUnued charting the Baqulmalt loat for two ’rek***! Wander 
shore where Qutmper had left off which do not seen vsUd today. Tbeto ’'*****^J^ 
opon the prcee&tBueAofOeorgia.: wasn't enough waist, and VlClflrt* ^ 

^ aiigi bntowed the name •*Ormn. had oiore land sulubto for Add 

Cansi de HU««ra Senora del Roaaflo ThU latter reason was Imporunt In * 

'**^".la Marlnera" The label- never stuck.. days when a trading post bad 

“*** somehow. be self-supporting. : 

'**“ Last of the Spamarth were Don aEMT PREFERRED E8 QUMALT 

■ Dloplilo O alls no and Don Cayetano x^ier. In IMft, two British army g ^ 
iWn- Valdes, who are remembered by. two oflicen sent oo a military , V=r- “Uvs 

Oulf Islands which, bear their res- ^pressed a dlllerent opinion. Of g^ulm 
In June. ITW. they -on victoria they said *^1 Is fc^y 



pectlve names. 

came in eommand of the tiny nirrey ^ih rsfard to water and 

ships. Sutil and Mexicana. which portion, which '^latur has been 
had been detached from Aleaandro tor sgrlcultural advantage 

Malasplna's exploring expedition, ooiy." They Uked* Esquimau better. 

Ihe InteiliiL bad been marked by< '^■hs oOceri. Lieutenant Warrt and 
Anflo-Spanlsb friction and the jjotitenant Vavasour, Royal Engl- 
famed NooCka Cooventloo. OaUano r^eers. had this to say about the 
and Valdes co-operated with CapUlhjgito which Douglas' had rcjeetsdi 
George Vancouver's muCh larger' -About three mllee distant and 
ships. Discovery and Chatham, hi.rjg^lj connected by a small Inlet, 
exploring the coast. In ITM. Spain u uie SaUlmal Harbor, which U 



vide a temporanr heepKal for the 



squadron. 



Oovemor Douglas reserved seven 
at Duntae Head and built three 



i Ihe fflj^nlclpailiy. then oi>mpri»t»g 



acres 

hutments at a cost of acme fl.CoO.’ 
They were never needed. Petr-r^r- 
IotbU was found deserted by the 
Russians. Iherv was only or.^ 
scurvy-?tr^“^*^*i sailor to be hospital- 
ised. ^ 

MORE SHIPS IN^*Srs 
The Ssn Juan Island boundary 
dispuu with the United Sutee 
brought many naval ships to 
Esquimau from the late 60's onward. 
One of two British Commissioners 
on a yolnt UB-Brllish bny^r^ryj 
Vas Captain James' 
Chsrtrs Prevoet. who arrived at< 
Esquimau In June. 1857 In ef«nr.n;»nd ! 
of HM.B. SateUlte. 

In that year Captain Prevoet took 
orer the three "Crtmean IwM' aa a; 
naval hospital and stores. 

One of the buildings was tom down 
ui ' 1S86 to be replaced kF a dmir al ' *. 
Roust. The other two buildings re- 
mained In use as ofllces until !9M 
In. IMS the natal hpe- 



which the of the picturesque Bell 



from w«nak> Bay to the hilltop an,M0-aerc Qrmlgflowcr Pann, whleh the placing of the picturesque nau acres, was incorpo'uted as a 
oa Read. WHS opened Ifi extended from the Gorge and Por-.post of Umber at the main entrance ial8ia. A small amount ot 

1850 with Donald Macaulay as balUS. Inlet to BMiulmalt Harbor, and ipoi, the bell to be rung tn case tax-exempt defence prop- 

To the west was the small from Sklnneri Cove to* IheUs q( fire.” *-v erty. One. third wes Hudson's Bay 

Rinch inhabited by a small colony Cove, except from the Smtghees; a graving dock was opened in 1«87. Company properly, which yielded 

■y- Much of the eredit tor U must go 8».000 a year In taxes 

to De founder of The The depression came; Hudson's 

•Island eettle- Colonist, second premier of BrIUsh Bay Company and many other 
beats busy at ca.*xTrtti and Victoria s repreaenu- owners let their properties revsrt. 
inlUve arti»u. Uve In lbs young Dominion par- Esquimau cut expenses, grew shabby, 
lory barracks lalmcnt. He urged the pr6J«el Tor PlnancUUy, the munlclpalUy waa 
iggo. i yesLi?, Finally, to 1881. the Dominion sinking. To fend off bankrupt^, a 
future eom-|rtrt*d •860.000 lor It. De Cosmos ioen was secured hi 18S1. 



COLWOOD FABM 



and 18M. 
pi?ar WSA rnrr^ tr. the hend 'f ftkiv. 

Iter's Cove to buildings previously 
used by Royal Engineers here on 



of takeble land— about 81.000.000. 
Ar^ry.Pd value of tax-exempt Im- 
4}rcvement« Is roughly $10,000,000; 
assessed value of taxable Improve- 
.mmts-le r<H«|^hly gaoaoooo Only 
Government cottCt^Um he# been 
a $13b00 road grant to repair the 
damage caused by defence vehiclaa. 
, ^ut historic Esquimau, heavily 
burdened, still moves upward. The 
municipality has the recently-buOl 
Western Match Factory, only In- 
dependent match plant In Weelem 
Population toulw nearly 



boundary .awk 



base on June 30. 1M6. when head- 
quarterx. Pacific Squadron, was 
moved there from Valparaiso. 81 
psnVs Church, now Bl. Pawlb Naval 
•nd Oarrteon Church, was estab- 
lulled afterMii Admiralty fTiwt in 
lOM. Moved over Signal HIU In 180 4 
from Us seashore site to Us present 
poaUlon on Esquimau Road. It stands 
as a hUtoglc bouse of worship and 
a reminder of many naval triumphs 
and disasters. 

The fanner as wcU as the sailor 
played a part In Esquhnalt'i develop- 
ment. The Hudson's Bay Company’s 
600-acre Vlewfleld Farm, stretching 



Canada 

6.000 Many people are selecting the 
seaside municipality as an Ideal 
homestte. and building Is mounting 
mcdeni 



to record figures. 

Shopping district Is doing a brisk 
business EsquUnalt U still very 
'much alive and growing. 



These are the officers of “C" Bsttery st Work Point Barracks in 188k, toon after they were built by the 
Imperial Army. On the steps, from left to rmht. ire Lieut. Benson, Lieot. French end Major Peters. 
The commanding officer, in the chair, was Colonel Holmes. Back row, from left to right ere Lieut. 

Huntcr-Ogilvie. Lieut. Palmer and Or. Duncan, medical officer. 



The entrance to Eequimalt vUUge in 1893 with 8t Peul'e Church in the bseV g roand 



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THE CtAILY COLONtsf, VICTORIA. B.C., SUNOAY, DECEMBER It, 1948 

- ^ ■ I ■.II — ■ -T - . -I. ■ ^ . 

Great Figures in Sport Featured Victoria Teams liVeci 



from ibo OoptUl City bort r— cbod WUkmi. 
nktkm&J or InlematkxMJ | 
n*nct 

OUATCtT ACBnVlMBNT 



Coached and nuuiaged by Crme war yr*r» and U alowly oo the way 
Cook, thte famed acsrcfatlon !&• back> 

j eluded Mum and Lynn Pauick. rim* are but aumc of the^nh- 
ProbaMy the greetmt etofle ^ Chuck Chapman. The- ii^hu of team arcompllahnMnta. 
achleftmaiil, the one which wlU doubt as t]£.* a guard victoria hae produced many great 

be remembered the longeet. waa the ** Canadian br 
winning of the Stanley Cup by ^ve 
Victoria Oougua In lt9g. Victoria 
hae produced many groat hockey 
playeri, but thle wu the one Ukne a 
world ehamplonehlp came to the 
dty. 



Petrick. A ftandoui player, ooarh 
and executive, Leaier Patiiek la an 
IniemaUonal eporU figure HU two 
•trapping aona. Murray fMuni, and 
(} (I, Lynn, are only aUghOy leae known. 

came m adduion to becoming a 

figure, the 19M-S Cougan were a 'Uiraugh In 1M9 with the firat of hockey atar^aa an aU«round athlete 
great toam In every aenae of the! their three champtonaluna.. They conld mve reached the top et 



great team in every aenae of iha| their three cbamplonalupa.. They ronld 
word. ChJ tho team were auch repeated again in IH2. The R C.A.F of htr rhooelng. He w» 

playere aa Clem Loughlla. Prank Oremline from Pat Bay. coached b> (^«nadtan heavyweight bo«ng cham< 
Haldomn.!porkj Andrewa and paced by Monn ow Mid atdgly-^oUAht 

" matugera. who inaiat 
to thla day that thr big fellow oould 
hase gnrte ail the way Lynn became 
a fine fontard with the New York 
Rangcra 

More numeroua and prmcUcahy 
ae promtneni are the Padena. Bver 
alnce the turn of the oentury. theie 
hea been a Peden or aevaral atairlng 
In one apart or another. Beet knomu 
honor to the nowledged aa octa of the greeteat of the fiunUy are Torehy and Douc. 
Lmtor Patrick Canadian teama ever aaaemblad. The former became one of the wodd a 
Or. etuh along with Baker aai4 heat bacyole ndaaa aatd anly votired 
agfregaUoet. With him wore auch Andrewa wore Chuck and Art Chap* a moaUi ago after winning M aix> 
fUndouta aa Tommy Dtmderdale, man, Doug Podeo. Bank Rowe, day racea. Doug U ana of the 
Bobby Rowe. Ooldia Prodgera, Skin* ; Buaber Jackaon, Rookie Wright, ftneat aU<round athleiea In Oan> 
nor PouUtn, Bobby Oangt. WalurlOaorge Siralth and Ian McReachle. adian aporta hUtory. Ho partnored 
Smalll, Bart Ltndaay and JkoB Ul* WON MANN CVP ' vUh Torehy to win aeven of the 

UMoy young iporta fana are doubt- *U-day raom to Ma ergdiu 
LACKED AN ARENA Imi unaware that the PoundaUon He wea ond of the finoat Rugby 

Lock ef on arena for many yean Company loeroaae club woo the P^*yora to pl^ he^, became an 
and the ahlftlng of the profmelonal Mann Cup for Victoria in IPlg, and ouUtondUig baakvib!^ player and 
UMoraata Jtt the' Mui eaaead Vlc.dtd It hi auoh aooxlneiag laahftni<»^ ^ tor hloaelf 

torte to 6 left more or lem out of that there could be no doubt of Ita organlaed beaeball bdt for a late 
the hockey worW aftm. the triumph ^ miaaed war ymra. 

of the Itas* Cougan. More rocentiy.i ^ylng manager of the club waa lUU ' in# iBanEtM fof 

the good-calibre wartime hockey atiBd. •■Cotton" BrynjoUaco. and hta Plttaburgh Plnte farm duba the 
the WUlowi la the highlight ef dty [dub Induded auch gutied-atlck three eeaeona and at one iirr'* 

hockey hlatory. [notablea aa Jakt Davla, A. Clegg. coneWered a real proapoet by 



PrederlckaoD. Harold 

Prank Poyaloo, Happy Holinoe, | Bake, won In IfO. Th* Imt— and ^ "Wg ume 
Jocko Andereon, Oordon 



grnatoet— champumalup club ^ all 
id'waa the IMf Domlnoaa 

Coachad by Porky Axulrewa and 
Many othe famoua hockey atan with Norm Baker having a terrific 
have been aoen In aethm here. The :eev>ri, thh club took the title erlth- 
IfU Victoria toaro waa ona of tha out tha loaa of a game In league or 
,beat. and an old pteture labela them 'play-off play. It Included many oJ 
aa world ehamptona— a etatomont'the gtandouta of other 'champion- 
not borne out by tha record books, 'xhip teama and U onlvciaally ack- 
which give that 
Ottawa Sena ton, 
wna ooe of tho eun of that 



Street Car Carrying Firewood 
Not llneommoii Oak Bav Sight 



A aireet car laden with firewood acquire the area in 1P23. on condl 
waa oo eight in Oak Bay ^ m a playground, 

aoround the turn of iha century. 

P. R Owmlngham, veseewn Oak 
Bey bulldUH Inapector. who haa 
•pent' nearly all hla life in the 
municipality. re^Ua that Oak Bey 
Park tnow Wlpdaor Park) wax 
given to B-C. Blectric Railway Com- 
pany by tta owner! on condition the 
company build a street oar line to 
the iunsUon ef Oak Bay Avenue and 



Studied £ariv Uintorv 



The line waa built, and ooe-heui 
service began. Motormen and oon- 
ducton were in the habit of walk- 
ing the short distance between the 
termlnua and the beach and cutting 
up driftwood for fuaL 
When they had a load of. wood 
they plied It aboard the ear and left 
for the Junction, regardless of 
schedule. They were able to drop 
the wood at their homes near the 
track. 

*2^t park, once enclosed by e 12- 
foot fence, was a major centre for 
laeroaae and baseball gamaa Oak 



Pew civtea can equal the record of Victoria end Dietrkr In sports. The list of outeundlng teems and w- 
dividusla is too^ng lo lift on .these pegee. A few o( the dty'e ou trending athletee are sboww la pieturee 
however. At top are members of the lP4d Domlnioa-champlen Dominoee, doecribed as osm ef the greatest 
teams In Cansdiao hiMory. Only recently retired from aetive eompetition, b«i eiill M Am sport ee 
■ promoter, U Torehy Peden, Ismoue sin-day bike racer, below at rlgist Brother Doug, eecond half of the 
famous family team, eprinte with him in thla picture. At apper right is shown probeMy the most femoot 
ef Victoria sport famtliee, the Patricks. At left le Lester Petrick when he was still coach ef New York 
Rangers. At pretent, he Is vice-president of club. Mots, centre, and Lyna Pstrich. famous brother team- 
metes on the reaxlc-desyle Rangers pf ths prewar era, are shosm with their Dad. 



I torlane Is the 1M3-4I eeaeoe whonjJohneon, "Bugar" McDougall, J. 
bumper erowds used te eoamble ‘ Paintor. Mitchell. Bemle Pcedham, 
for tlckcu every, time the Army and | AlUe McOreger. Angle Meinnae. 
Navy elubi met 'stan Rom, H. Pottlnger. Fred 

Led by their sn^rpy BUI Cares- ' Kroeger. Rogers and ColdweU. The 
«tt Elmer Kreller-DUxy Deellet and shipyarders trampled the Edmonton 
,^,Mel Lunde-Sam Kennedy • Pinky ’ Eskimos In the aeml-flnal. 11-4 and 
ttv Melnyk forward Unee, the Anpy P-1, and then won the trophy by 



Bay municipality was alleged tq. 



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• GROWING SINCE 1902 • 



VICTORIA’S PIONEER AUCTION HOUSE 
ESTABLISHED NEARLY HALF CENTURY 



Since the >rar 1902. when the lair ,0eorgr If. 
Maynard firat entered the euetKinecring btisineae 
In Victoria, the name **MAYNARD” hat pertonihed 
tnterpnee and Mr dealing 



tuMiover of g<HMi& of every kind sold through 
Ma> nard's. 

Regular auction aairi are held c\ery Wednesday 
and Friday with others eooducted by Maynard's at 
reodences. business premises and property sales 

Albert J. Maynard, son of the founder, is the Chief 
Auctioneer with 40 years of specialized experience 
behind him Hit son-in-law. .Arthur Jl. Roberts, ia 
A partner.* There arc 13 full-time employees. < 



Today. Maynard A Sons’^'Nia she larges! hrih r*f 
auctioneers on she Pacific Coaat maintaining the 
original polity of sefUhg eTcrything "On the Block.” 
Thro^ atieHoneers arc kept buey handling the large 



Picture at left wai mads kt an early 
Auction Salt in the gcK>d old days 
when Victorians lived a mort Ma- 
vtly lift. Tha late Gaorgt H. May- 
nard, founder of tha firm of May- 
nard A Sons, is showrn fai tha bacb- 
groond cendacHng a aala at tha or- 
Iftnal location on Broad Street. 



Picture at right shows tha flna 
building now owned and-wecuplod 
by Maynard A Sons. Tbora are 
thraa aaerias and a fuIl-aiaBd baaa- 
ment. Bach flour la M feet by 110 
fast In aiira. Aa many aa 100 aulas 
par boor art handled In thaaa ahow- 
.rooms and miUiuns ol dollars worth 
uf puraonai propur ty . houaa fua- 
niahinga mad mlvaga hava baun 
handled by this Victoria firm ol 
anetioocora and appraiaar. 



Serving Victoria and 
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THE DAILY COLONIST, VlCtOKTA. B.C. SUI^^DAY, DECEMBER 12. W8 



SANDHAM GRAVES 

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H. T. yATSON 
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Printing Daily Newspaper Is Complex Operation' Full and Fast News Coveroft 



Keynote q/ Modern Colonist 



Tliefe com«ft a Umt In •vtry Adv«rtUlnf la local or "national.’* rt'checkad for additional facta or Tba mat la placed to a aeinl> Zealand. Ben 

child'! Ufr when he aaki. "Daddjr. diaplay, aemtsilaplay or olaaalOed. combined with a itdry from another cylindrical poaiUoo in a caatinf Imx South Africa, 

how do they set exactly enough Salaaman collect local advertialng on M>urce. 

newt to fill a newspaper every dayf a day-to-day basis. National ad- A headline of appropriate 
Why dont they have too little, or vertialnc eomae from adverilsinc written by a for eac 

too much?" agenclea to "mat** or plate form qq ^ Mpwrate sheet, and the 

The child rarely finds out, because tottetlmee for a long period in ad- cocnpoelng rooB 

Daddy generally doeant know either i^wice. Classified comae over the pneumatic tube. The sami 

— unlcee ha Is a newspape r man, and counter, by mail, or telephone. ll followed by the editorials 

then he docent waht to talk about Early In the afternoon The Colon- by the editor-in-chlef and hi 
It. let's editorial department rwrelvee a cOMFOSfNG BOOM NEXT 

If Daddy tant in a newspaper )ob. ^ advei^ depar^t ^ OolonUl's upstair 

H-eapiwttysafebetthathehas«ime det^ the numb« ^pages to the 

qtie«r Ideas about newspapers. Por machinery, the f 

many ettlaens beUeve either that a oemiplrt by advermi^. and the ^ ^ 

nmeepaper is flung madly together * 

by faet-talUng. high-powered Holly- eoSoqulallJr as the holg. 

wood atorons; or else that It la con- later In the day. Individual page 
juT|d ap from thin air by a kind of “dummlee'* ehow the placing of ad- 
mechanical magic. vertlsing on each page, and tell 

Both tbeortee ary wrong. News- they can place thrtr 

papen are (woduced by people. newt. 

rrARTl WITH BEPOBTEEi ^ Meanwhile, the work of newe- 

, g;.*.hcring goee ahead. Kingpin of 
to dlrtdU.1. .ho hO« „ a.. 

^ Wth opo~ to .rtK. ktop. . .htowd onlh. d.,-. 

"«• “ « “•"‘op* ““ 

p^toT 111 hltotolt. AfhtoUy ho lo ■oMlruMl.U - 

^TuUto «i!SolTto Ih. h«d. 

oj Ih. monMid, odltor, .ho dr... 

P«-' ” hi. outhom, l«n Uto odltor-Ui- 

"PO* ^*" lob to to toot out Tory In th« ..y U»y dl»ldo 

•and eptalons aa opinions; to select 

the meet Important facta and FROM BYEETWHBES 

eptnioM for anphasU and wrlU the Whlla reporters gather and write 
whole to readable form. There hie local newi, C ha d i an Prasa toletypee 
wwb ends and other equafly neoee- Uek out the nows wflUeii by eor- 



The esptain of the BiTUih freight* , 'On another occasion the paper Underlying all ediiorial objecUvra 
er Sedgepool rubbed his eyes in hired an airplane to fiy over and ts the sdder and deeper aim of 

amasemmt when two reporters and photograph two ships which collided ^ assisting to the rnUghtenment of 

a photographer from The Colonist m a fog off Port Angeles. A Colonist- ' the common man 
clambered over the aide of his badly chartered plane assisted Colonist Colonist has never been neg- 

listing ship just a tew hours after reporters and photographers to pro- In outlook Progreseive 

she ran aground on the shore of viding full, on-the-spot aocounU thinking has won for the paper a 

Prevoet Island during a driving of the havoc wreaked by the flooding poslUon of respect with all govrm- 

December rplnsiorm last year. Praser River Valley residents last ^ feeling of trust in the 

HU amaaement was heightened Spring minds of Ito many readers, 

when the maolne editor, beading up The morning fpUowtog the Isjuto- The OolonUt U widely 

the trip, showed him the early Walcott fight last June, pictures ^ ^ Vancouver Island news- 

edition «f The Colonist carrying MU l*ken at the ringside were on the Vancouver Island It has 

detaiU of the shoreline crash. The Colonist was ^ suture fuUy commen- 

.K— Kyy. Ih- ^ CORSt to SltoW I 



Oldest Employee 
aoher 58 Years 



tnm ayndicatos. made on Iba machlnsa. Oeeaskmally p. w. Thoenas was bars to Biim- 

Loeal Dtwe gom through the etty a wiletaks attpa past their sharp Ingham. England, to UM. aervtog 
editor, news through Hu eyea and eausea laughter to some there as an apprentlee lithograpbar 

tsi^tid editor, teiegraph news, the quarters and fnashtog oi teeth before coming to Victoria to tlM 

t^sgrapb editor. In addlttea there around tba newspaper offtot. when The Oolonisi wia owned by 

are Rierta. and Storlaa. haadUnas. and photo- Bills and Sargiaon. 

wiltors who h endu mator- graplw angravad on Hnc plataa ar# Hie alster had eoena to VIetorU 
lal to Rulr own apsdal flal^. t arranged to page forma. Tho page , earlier and become aequatotod with 
Whan a nefi story rsaebaa the form to whaaled Into iba steraotypa Mr. Bantoon. ‘‘Whan ba got to and 4eal| 

It to for arrert. Eoma- room, where an toapraaeinn of the know 1 was a Uthograpbar. bo very tew i 

itlmas U to paeaad back to raportars page to under tremendoue offered me a job and t acoaptad,** do." How 

to bo re-wrttten tram anothm peeaaura oto a placs of Bat card- eald Mr. ‘nMwiaa. *T uaad to an- sight, ha 
i "angle" whtoh thar have wverloofcad. board-ttka malarial caUad a saat. i grave and make an tba sketched engraving. 





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THE DAIEY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12. \94S 



Miner, Teacher and (IdM hand x4re Some ol Jobs 
Held by FormerTlolonist Reporter W hi « 1 sNom 94 



Musical Life of Vicloria 
Began With Its Pioneers 



■ Nd. I didu i ir> fur Lhc >ob. out 
I thmk in Utofee I couJd h«v« 

|ut il."' Uld Mr. Bledioe u 

«U4 biirl}'. Uioufh ooi Quiu u 
Umbrr m he ww 

He c«n>r to Tltr Colonut tbuui 
i«n-j la 1^91 h« »u miuios editor. 
17V*t ww the tune of the cold boom 
He epent 



John Ftdnk Bledeoe. BrtUih 
OohimtM'e aenlor ifv 
bM a lot to remenl^ 

Now In hla Nth year, he la the 
taat of tha haH-*?****" .b..nicu %tu». 
served The Dally Coloniat in the early 
ino'a He hai filled a lone lUt of 
roln. aiMl filled them well' miner 
teacher, mafiatratc. cowhand, sand* 
ktof. Ctohenea inapecior and world* 
wanderer. 

‘Tn the old daya »e hadda rule.'' 
'be aaya. *'1f7nn-csn‘t teethe )eb 
you want, ulte the )oto you ean 
let- 

I “Unlew you were aomethtng of an 



By lyOBOTHY V. CBIGHTON The FreiMTh-apeaiaut group had 
The itory of the mualcal life of aoireee the ladiea their 

Victoria haa lu beginning In the "converaatlaonai. the latter uaually 
ueaa 7^ 1^? Charle. being held on a unall hall « ; 

Kent, of whom It h-i been ^. e minent Street near the poaiofflce 
• atje went through Ufe ahb^iiT' Aa early aa IBM there waa a Phll- 
•hether at her work or playing with harmonic Society, of which Sir kiat*, 
her little •on"' Bhe waa a ftnod thetn BailHe Begbla waa pr‘-aideir 
punlat and -fcad a rich well-trained Seliu Pranltlm. vice-preaident. C- P 
euprano voice All during’ the ita- Main, treaeurrr. aiuf John Bayly. 
tm and seventiea ahe gave freely of conductor. The latter waa the father 
hartime and tafenu to the choir of ; of the laU Mra CaroUrw Wolfenden. 
6i John a Chu^b, aa well aa the and grandfather of Mli^ 
er.tertaltimrnu arranged for the WoUenden. aaaUtani arehlvlal. The 
Tarloua local charlUea. directora were A Pemberton. A. C- 

Kvui. the »on. ia one of Anderaon..,- J- Porter. J. Leigh. B. 
the foundera and an original mem- pearm. L- Franklin and J. Crowly. 
tyf of tbf Afion Club. He married xhla |roup waa active for aeveral 
the 'daughter ot another' i»r ' l^h qiuat Hkve been n.^re ©f 

gifted pioneer 'family. Oeorglna. eld- donnimi. aa The Coloniat for 
eat daughur of Mr and Mra. Mar- ^arch 18. MB8r announced that *‘a 
rarloua local charities. meeting of (he diualcal gentlemen 

Others who brought ;ihe gift of hald laal eienlng at 8t Jamci 
music *w Ji^lr new homes in thoa# Waddlngum waa In tba ohalr. 

early days were Mr and Mrs Henry je^oiuilon waa pa i aart to reorgan- 



an tlu» Kootenuy country 
a year roaming the mining Camiu 
and writing of develiipmenU, 

"So far a.h 1 know I m the 
‘one ot the wixUc staff that’* left.' 
' he said 
editor. 



Hriii) l^awson was the 
Cliarlie ''Ciibb^na wua i>t> 
edtiof John NurrU. nig.it editor and 
BlU> Cllu busiiu'As uiaaagei Oilier 
suft men. at the time inclum'd 
Alrxandi-r P«>u<.. ti-CHr I>wu and 
,C...l>el smith 

“Smith Was an exi:ert .slenog- 
rapiier Hr had a peculiar' idiusvn- 
crasy. If he wa^tCPld'sober when he 
look stenographic notes, he nnild 
.only reed them when he was super. 
If he got a few drialu In him he 
couldn’t read them at all. and Mce 



all-nmnd man. they had no uac for. 
you. One day you might be ahrink- . 
ing a tire for a wagon wheel. The 
[next dey ypu might be digging poet' 
Then you might be fixing a 
' windmill. After that you would be 
[In the county scat trying to help I 
;the old man stop somebody gouging 
him out of his south 40 acres of land 
because It had a spring on It.*' 
NEWSPAPERMAN FIRST 

AU-round hand though he waa. 
J. F. Bledsoe remains first ot all 
a newapapeman. 

Bitting in an armchair at the 
: window of hia ap artm e n t at 84d- 
Cook Street, be beaked In the laie 
i-sunahlnc. stroked hla white beard 



“If hr was at an inippitam baQ* 
Quei. and the .speaker of Uie etr- 
nliig /puke third or founn, he 
wouM get e bowuUful sienogrephie 
report, but if hr had eoberrd bv 
the time he was ready i6 trsnacrlbe 
he 

' We whKh fiid 

. _ ,, ..he sterirt^from 11 he was sober 

Its Minersl ColUction. would psjt a irw drhULs in him. 

just south of where we were Three if ii«i had had a tew um> many, wv 
or four thousand Indians Were sobered hmi up 



him- what I had 
cited about U" 

Through the slorekerprr ^»e^maar*^”0^ wed Ma>*eO SOHV. fOR SkW8 

coiiuct with a German mmeralnglst Ibere. they wmiM cerumly hate -churlie Gibbous, the iitv editor, 
who was seeking seml-precmu* ‘i* , nap « great nose for news, and an 

stunm. "rhe imneralogui enltiied "Thai kinda soured my suimaUv gbjj„y for digging out ths 

hia Help aa a guide In 1876. I further west, nprth and elemenu" - 

“W. went up to Cheymne to the 

Spring, outfitted and went acroas J ^^broke^'d^ael to a newspaper beeldea Mr. Bledsoe waa thi 

u« count., prcp«t.n,- LT.^'un” rior/.uLrrru^: rn.trrjj'm:;.*’' 

One darne brought the ir.meral- ©n with miruier. a desk mate 

. . w au Tvt»ewTtl#r» ttsr* unkmiwn m thj 



for a time, parted from the pros- ogUi a sample of wluii he thought 



lupported himaelf by odd was jaJe ' ImpuMible,'^ the aclen 



221 Duuglas btreet. travailed on foot or by horse and pector. s 



Herbert Keni 

haa lived tn Victoria for 84 years, buggy. First man to call on 
Some 80 years sgo he wrote a weekly Year's Day. had the privilege of kls- 
column. "Do ^ou Remember?’' for .sing the hoeteAs. 

The Daily ColunLM Mr Kent still • • • 

remembexa -^fpcc Uiesc vignettes Johnson Sueet. from Govern- newspaper 
of the past ment loGtore Street, wea one of the ado, which waa )ust beginning to very secuon 

* * * busiest chopping areas in the city be known aa Denver 

Lampllghien ef Vleioria Gas (jn 8aturdi[y nights It waa crowded 



‘ I'm not boastini--ihe need for lung hand Tlie rank-aiid-ftlc were 
that u past— but this la whst I did I expected to wtiu legibly, but “after 
would stay around a place for s you got to the top of the heap you 

while until I got a little sutry were supposed to keep a primer tn 

Then I'd take It in to an editor and the newsnxim who could read your 
say: 'I want a >ob. I'm s newspaper- writing" 

man and I'm broke' “Sometimes Lawsim would be in 

‘We got away up into Sweetwater would read II and ask 'Can dnubt about hla own writing A fellow 

At tiiat time he began lo take country, and by mid-Suinmer we had yt,y mm fj) mure like ihui?' And I called Tommy Bonie could read hia 

intereAt in minerals, and learned the several hundred pounds of agatea «ould tell him. ‘Sure. If >i hainvenx ' writing- He would rmne In and 

_ art of atone and gem-rutung. To- end a few sapphirea. ~l «rould get a Job. wr.rk for a few tell the old man what he had 

doty waa to advertise auction sales be haa several cabineu full of ••one day. itngir>jwnghng Into months until I had a grub-Make. ^aid" '* 

by parading the alreeU with a bell, semi-prcclous stones and just plain camp came a l•>nlI)a^y of UJ5. then drift on I waa luflermg from Mr. Bledsoe xilll remembers a 
Hi* annooncemento aauatly bexen rocks polished and made beauUful eavalry. The captain warned lo know a peculiar complaint- I think the^ maxim of lUs ediior- ‘When you 

“Oyew. oyet." and then went an to by his rrafUman'a hands He still what the merry double-distiUed kind call it 'pedalle exasperatum km to be a lliat-r' xtencigrapher. 

give the day and hov of the sale. buAle* himself fashioning Jewelry of aun-baked Hades we were doing “I remember one time 1 wa^ lit v« u cea.‘»e to be a iiewsp»t>erman. 

• • • from i>ebble» collected to his wander- there Well, ihat Pn't exacily whaj Butte City ft wra.v wide open There and vnit j»t'i br*ume a l••^Mrrtlllg 

Victoruih hacks which served ar continent. he eatd. but aororlhing. like it ’ was a place called tlir While Kle- iii.nhmr ' 

the town's only public iransporu- His liking for “stones*'- nearly “He told us to get down U* Port p«hani-you went down iwt. nr three Me n>«k ihn» artvire i.i heart Me 

Uon lined up in the middle of Gov- landed him to the middle of a Lsrramee. and get their quirk We step? m get in If you wanted a ofteg^ mil thrmiKl. n m-MiuK wl.uh 

emmem aireet. with the air of a ma.’rf>acre went down there the last week in yob as a bouncer there wa.^ a 200- lasted ea- raJ h.-urs wiihout luku •? a 

perpeiual funeral proceaahm, Tliere "I had been ridtug the range In June ' pound sand-filled effigy. If you m e. Then he letnrned m ihe 

was considerable rivalry among »he Wyoming, and I found some agate*, "• “A couple of weeks later a run- couldn't pick ii up and without offire and ren'«»'ed ni . *ib-...»re 

drivers as to who shmild be first In he said. "There was an old Oernwn ner came in and told us about Oie touching a step sling it on the stieei what each onr of . rynal sjieak. ra 

iin* ninnirve** little ihon. and I Custer maftwcrr It hsd taken olacr you didn't get the job. had said 



Hew >oba and acquired the beginning of tlat said All Uie books agreed there 
an education from a small-iown was rw jade in North America, 
school teacher “Since then." Mr Blvdeoe re- 

in 187S he sUrted to work for a marked * thousands of doUars worth 
to Cherry Creek. Color- of Jade have been token out of that 



wobuon. Mr and Mrs Edward pram 
Hanunond King. Mr* Edmund M Harr 
Muhun. Mme ljuleUere. „ the Miss 
Mioses Pldwell. Mrs 1 W " i»oweU, Mr 
Mra. P. T. Johnston, Mrs. Henry (ern. 
ftlkodta Mra Jamon Mr-. 

HAH CHORAL GROCPh Mr 

Tne Bruish Colonial for May 30 ^ 
mi.TUf dft' iWbitfrt of «if 
iioo of the Oermauta Sing Vereln, leade 
with Kmil Hutru aa tpe president . 

I, Piilinck. aecrrtarv. H*‘nrv Valen- Slice 
liner. ir*M»urr» M Mortl*. It- 18ll. 
br.irlan. and Prulnvvor Einkr, the nun. 
lr »J*i M> I’r.iUK ttrhl recwlls hear- oomc 
tng in ine rlnldhoiHl dueaseion ol a-- w 
the iimcerW. and what would be chon 
ealieil varriy ahow., given by this torla 
Cirrman- waking group Inrm 



Cwaipaiiv made their nNinda daily 



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• BURGLAR ALARM, HOLDUP ALARM 
PATROL SERVICE 

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WATERFLOW SERVICE 



A Province-Wide 
Protection Against Fire, 
Burglary and Holdup 



KNOW Victoria 

and Vancouver Island 



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for over 30 years. Prominent financial, com- 
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pend upon its Central Station Services 
against burglary, fire, holdup and other 
hazards. 

Systems are installed and oQierated under 
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B.C.D.T. never sleeps — its protection is con- 
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It provides impartial supervision by an or- 
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if rh« story of Victono os told in those 
poges orouses o dosiro to know still 
more — this old-ostoblished institution 
IS ot your service with oil the foots 
05 to present conditions, ond future 
possibilities. We con show you ex- 
octly the Home or HomesIte, the Form 
Lond or Business Property thot will 
exoctly meet your purse ond propen- 
sity, ond tokt core olso of every de- 
toil of the tronsoction, the finorKirig 
ond the insuronce. It hos been our 
hoppy privilege to render such serv- 
ices to thousonds of groteful clients 
from oil ports of the world 



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CO., LTD. 

MQ YATES IT. B 1921 



VICTOKIA. BSmiH COLUMBIA 



STEPHENSON ltd 



909 GOVERNMENT — C4127« 



VICTORIA, BC 



CINTRAL HATION 

MARINE RLDG., VANCOUVER, B.C 

9 

YfMiita A««Ma: 

* THE MURPHY ELECTRIC CO. 

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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, B.C. SUNDAY, DECEMBER H. 194B 



s Fashion Picture 



>t<S b*f waiitUiM 
trtfunc 



MiUdy had ' bobMd ' her h«ir, droi 
a»d therttMd h«r •kirta ia 1920. 

fOwM nudt tbeir app< 



Im nMm M «h« tMckttnc. loead cafft. aippad-ia 
wmittUaM and ikrad ovankirta hi* rkh (abrtca In 
aarlT 1014. 



It waa ttaa bat ara in 1911. and bata Uka thia oHaat 
tba aomawhat droopy aUhonatta, inarkad for band 



Plumad chapaaa, npawapt hairdo, rufflaa. laea in* 
aartion wHh high collar, and cwacping akirt land 



Ptowara and winga on tha hat and ntfflad petticoat 
affaat tha military >ackat of faahiona at tha turn of 



adtehmg OB tba tailorad wit 



dignity in 1906. 



tha cantury. 



-1 really couldn’t think lor earryone aerttuHl to Uava ample 
cuatofXM oCDoer— had re- leuurr for a friendly chat. 

1 dt<«ojrr^t that VifU*ria **• 
ihemaelvea in bar-room *•» Provided aiUi saloon*, where 
;he hotel veranda were ihe gay yotm* blad.-s of the town, 
aenilaman with a ==!*.7 o* ' la meuiiwu Uielr. eidffa, Iprfr 
;hem Tha wlndowa were »»thered Moat ..I ihem 
I acarlet geranium* 1 , Pl*rm. rather like liulr EnglUh 
and over the uaual counlry town pubs In ihiwe liappy 
house- I chatted artth dava you could get a U11 Khwner 
hotel clerk, who tended of f«d bnr h.r nve p« n«- apd you 
morning. He aaid he had «>uW bu> fn«n the irnUuHu ^ 
It in the coal mines at dusri bnttle of a K-«d brand f 
Scotch ahlaky tor II 2!> 

but spotless room, and Oov.rnm»-ni Hircrt .jus thr mam 
re meals, coet me om- bu.'me** ^ire^st a gTa^elled r««d 
f I with bfiard sid‘ waHoe in Irimt i4 

Unmediate future pri**,the stores, and plentifully provided 

I put In the neat few with hiirlmiR where y»>u could 

ng acquainted wltTi the park your horse and 1 >urr> for aa 
•rut evBinrtna the olace lonR a* you - liked wUhOut parking 



did not call ihU ancient vehicle a 
c»b. it was a -'lUttey.” 

I walked the long pike bridge that 
the harbor. 



loroa officer and looked through my 
belonglnga in a caaual and friendly 
maiiher. He atrwed my trunk In his 
office and told me the name of a 
cheap but reapectable hotel. 

1 atnick off along the road pafl 
the Parliament Buildings. thoM 
curious edifices that were nick- 



I stepped aahore 1 could Te«l^ that i 
pleasant eenae of oootentMsnl thatj 
seems to be the very spirit of Vle-i 
oria. 

- It was v>iy quiet: apparenttj^the 
inhabitants were not yet awake— 
except for one sleepy man who made 
fast our mooring line*. Somewhere 
a rooster crowed; In the harbor a 
few gulls squabbled over floaifpR 
garbage. 

I alighted and sat on my grip, 
watching the Walla Walla recede 
toward Seatlle. 



By C. W. H0U40AY 
in the derkneaa of an early morn- 
ing In March. 1M9. 8s. WalU 
Walla steamed through the Stralu 
of Juan de Puca on her weekly voy- 
age from San Pranalaco to battle 
via Vlctoru. 

As I Btood by the rail getting my 
first sight of Victoria, the sun ap- 
ukltig the morning chill 



crossed tbs head of 
where the causeway now la. 1 paid 
2 S cents for a somptnmu breakfast 
in a little cafe on Oovemment 
Street. The place might have been 
lifted straight from an EngliMi 
country town. U was complete with 



a large picture of Queen Victoria 
and had sporting prints on the 
a large well-fed cat and a 



Smith, hiK brother, Ha* this to say malevolent, but remarkable; and he P^^^ed^ ^ 

about the famous man whom he had a way of focussing them on a bathing in • 

' wr«.n: th., Ju«t l« , 

"I nr.t m.n th. Mr,k.n, n,ur. «.rchu>, for .nd mordm, wh.1- *>'’"« ..l.rtront 

of De Cosmna about 1690 At that ever might be In one’a mind. A mode.st little walerlronl It was. 

llmr he had retired from polltica "Yeara 'aler. when I saw the actor.no Empre#* Hotel or causeway; no 
and from the nrwvpaper world, aftd^ WiUon Lackaye made up as Svengall background of high buildings; only 

It seemed to me he must surely have a few bulldlnga of two storys and 



man was slowly sculling a boat 
across the harbor, and on the wharf 
a few people were piovlng about. 

Then a cab hove in sight. Could 1 
be dreaming? ft was a real old Eng- 
lish four-wheeler— the aort which 
In london we called a ‘ fTOwler." A 
real London cabby was driving It 
As he passed he waved his whip and 
greeted me in cheery Cockney ac- 
cents. Here, however, I found they 



walla 

white-aproned waiter were present 
getting quite 



The sleepy wharf 
man disappeared, and I was alone, 
with a cunoua feeling of having 
been drops>ed Into another world. 1 
wondered what I should do next. 

Finally a whiskered little man In 
an pid (weed suit and bowler hat 
emerged from a small office rm the 
wharf, klentlfled himself as a ctis- 



The atreeta 
lively. Wagons and buggies moved 
sedately atong Oovemment Street, 
end people sauntered to work, lap- 
tapping along the wooden sidewalks 
My next Job was to find some- 
where to live. I beaded lor the Occi- 
dental Hotel, which my friend on 



evidently got a lot of pleasure out' 
doors. He wfts'lfh Inveterate walker known De Cosmos and modelled hi* a straggle of pile 
He roamed about Virtona'a streets, conception of the Trilby character j wooden warehousca. 
and had a habit of stopping in hla.from him. the likens, especially But it looked i 
araiks and ktaring at everyone he, the eyea was so remarkably close." friendly and peacel 



55th Anniversary 



PACKARD 



Pictured at left, is the building occupied by 
Plimlcy'a in 1905 at the corner of Government and 
Superior Streets. Then, aa now, Plinvley’a dealt 
excluaively in finer automobiles and. ji’tt as they 
do yiow, imported the best in British motor cart. 
Pictured below, is the showrooms and garage of 
Tbomaa Plimley. Ltd., which is considered one of 
the automobile show places of the Pacific North- 
west. It is the result of over half a century of 



Sold and Serviced by Plimley ’a for 35 Years 



AUSTIN 



service to the motohata of Victorie, 



Importm of Pino Britiata Motor Can Since 1905 



TRUCKS 



6ldcst Established and Reputable Line of Commercial Vehicles 



* McCORMICK-DEERING 

FARM MACHINERY 



Seta tha Standard for Efficiency and Servica 



zationi for the lalc and service of pai- 
•engor automobilei. oo mm erc k l vthi- 
clca and farm machinery. Fifty-one em- 
ployee! have a continuous record of 
lervicc totalling nearly 300 years. One 
employee ia now serving his 37th year 
w'ith the firm and having a son who hat 
been with Plimley *s for eight years. 



Fluy-live years ago, the late Thomas 
Plimley. who came from Birmingham, 
Kngland, started business in Victoria as 
a dealer m bicycles. I^ter, he became 
the first automobile dealer in the city. 
Since then, the firm of Thomas Plimley. 
Ltd., hat steadily grown to become one 
of the largest and most modern •rgani- 



COMPLETE 



AUTOMOTIVE 

SERVICE ' 



Large staff af specially^ trainad OMchanics using all tha lataat 
Pactory-Approvwd aquipmant for rapair and maintaoanca of 
passangar cara. trucka and fam machinary. 



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IT'S ALL RIGHT 



IF YOU GET IT AT PLIMLEY'S 








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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C SUNDAY. DECEMBER 12. 194« 



James Bay Ferryman Winner of Victorians First Pistol Duel 



BUhop 0»OMr«. who .Adminlstertd 
Mctrem* unction. DuelUr 

KILLCB A^^tSSTCO ' mf9Dini 

11m kllW lUd to Port 
thra to Son PmndKo. < **At 

ln^>ec«mber. ISM, b« wm errtr!t 4 |t:irrel < 
for eompUclty In tlio robbery of o'lcoped 
Nevado etage. and charged vlth Um gn 
murder and aentenced to be hanged, agoniei 
It to not known whether or not he town w 
waa executed. j down t 

A later Mainland duel waa rt> ^ 
corded by The Dally Brlttob Colontot, 

In November. IMO. It took plaeo at 
Lytton C!^. The wwapona were 
not sworda or ptototo, but shotguna: PoUc 

and the cauae of the dtopute waa tl)e du 
nothing ao romantic aa a lady'a goodi him u| 
name or an axtia ace In a card game. 
but a pramlc laundry MU. 'aroae. 

"The parti ea are named D and * 

P . the former a Cgrllioo trader 

and the latter a packer. * The 
Colonial recorded. **A dlfllculty arose Next 
between the two In regard to which ^ve tb 
should pay for tha washing of al^t h 
grey flannel overahlrt. which had'pomlhl' 
been worn alternately by both. i *lt P 
**Th# dtopute lasted several days, loaded 
end at l::st P- becftmin* etu-agedjof eou: 
at some eAprc;;ilDn D uae d.* 



By O. B. MOBTIMOBS | 
Mao were guiok to throw down the< 
gauntlet In oolonial daya when th #7 
thought their honor was damaged. 
Portunately tb^ w^ ao 



Cariboo old-timers tefl the- true a-as intrigued at the rivalry Rumor a 
story of a duel between two women said be promoted the duel to aavr q 
for the doubtful hosuir bt luuiylng. iuwmU - -the •esBborrMDonmt of ^ 
one John Cole, tfie flambd'ySBl flam- ehooAng. and stood proudly by while 
bier and dandy of a gold-ruah town the two women prepared to fight. ^ 
long since faUen Into decay. Rivals ^ few minutes later he was dead,' , 
were Molly Devera. a buxom and -two unscathed women stood " 
capable girl, and NeUle Bell, who ,ookmg at each other with smoking* ' 
was.aaid to be the fragile type who jn their hands. Some wu- “ 

arousM protecuw unputow. ,naMmamd there’ were two bull cu In ^ 

POOR AiMf - ,.CoU‘a bw. but U5“poInr has'WVPr ^ 

6eU-oenired John Cole waa proud "befn tstablUhed. 
of his abUlty attract women. and> In Victoria, a slighung remark 



Records tell of numerous ehal-; 
lengea. bUt only once la the htotcry; 
of Vancouver laland did the dto-! 
puUng parties flntoh what they had 
started. The one authentic duel 
took place In Victoria, and R wat| 
brief and fatal. 

m the roaring gold-rush year of! 
liU. **^>— ~*» of mlncra threnfed 
Victoria.' Many of them wars tamp-' 
Ing In tents on the south sbon of 
James Bey. a muddy tidal slough 
which out Into the land at the point 
where the Bmpreas Hotel nov • 

Operating a ferry aeroea 
Bay was one WUUam Monis. ottier-' 
wise known as “Tip the Boatman" or 
*T1pperary BIU." He was not by any 



number of hto frlsnds. The group 
moved east to Street 



past 10 o'clock It to Sboking for 
anny Chrtoanlsed or rather Slvelised 
community to Wltnce Such Oroas 
wikedness in there midst and more 
s^Mcially whMi one Itg at there 
head whom we must call father and 
ruUIng the trade of the t*owo he 
Burley wUl show a Good exampU by 
eloalnd hto place of busness on Sun- 



Ice to the Christian pub. 



*rhe letter went on for 16 
Unas without a punctuation mark. 
"Pather” was Thomas Harris, who 
had just bees elected first mayor 
of Vlclmla. 



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Since the early days of Victoria, 
through years of prosperity and de- 
pression, war and peace, Rithet's has 
met changing conditions with a policy 
of farsighted progress, not merely 
growing with but leading in the growth 
of our city ond province. 

Times hove changed with the possing 
years. New problems, new avenues of 
commerce hove opened_up. Condi- 
tions undreamed of when Rithet's 
doors first opened ore met with the 
streamlined efficiency of modern 
methods. But behind the nome of 
Rithet's stonds the unshaken integrity 
that is based bn years of growth ond 
expansion. 



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Early History of ColonialGovernmentHere\ 

Is Story oj Struggle Against Hudson’s Bay\ 



tfiA ttd not ncbiovo i opinion on ttao WriUnh PnoUW. would 

wTtmmU ontil cppooe pmom* «< **»• *onni- 

"mr John A. Mnodonnld'i Oooore* 

oup of MttUaiM tom ^ mont eoncodod ttot point, nad wImb , 

M not fot randy for , Brtuiih OolunMn onurod onfodnr- 

nntumy— nod TIm ntlon ahn onund It with tht full 

it muft bn moordnd. . manaurn of poUUcnl liberty wtaleh 

in ovcrrldlnt tbdr 'th* bna ilnon eoloynd.*' 

> H. I. Beolny. nnwspnpannnn. M- 

ID oonfndrrallooWM-oouipAiikd B;C. dnlefainn ** 

rttboui n ntr’oyf’.c - ' cocranporulnni of *njo Dnlly Ootor^ 

I nlonrlr tht pooplt’ilnnd In tht tatownu of ratpontlWn 
, OMnny wt iw I 



Tht IMdtoo't Bny Company wnt 
Mm font niltr of Tnnoourar Itlnndj 
In tnrly eolt niil day* 

Oradit nnift to to chief fnetor, 
Jnmte TV**f *** litter toremort end 
hh eompnny of pioneer fnr*tmden 



ler — tht drat dnnt la the 
viidtmtat. but lmmi«rtUao. attUf 
■MDt tad dtmotretle gnvMmm^t 
were no pert of thtlr policy. 

DmigliJ rul'd 
tome 



itnmcly. made 
forward itepe and kept order 
In rough tlmee 



— ■ - ka u pou**** 

- - - _ . hirtflre of the I '** ®®*®®**** 

«▼• •‘"•I* men or three ma 
infant colony untu It Joln«I et their dwn taptu 

l«ulBrlU.hOolu«l^lnl 8 Mwa.!^ 3 ^^ 
iwtely the ttory of the rt^gflt. ip^Lrby American te 

«.lnM.oarrow,ov.mln«eIlqu.. lanS <««IdiM h«I 

On Jantiary 11. IMi. elx Tean , gr et a maU prlee, eo aettk 
after the -Hudeon'e Bay Oompany \ to Vancouver Itlaad. 

had teuMUhed Port Victoria, all 
VsaeOttvar Ulaod waa ceded to the 
company by Royal Charter on eon* 
dtUon that the company form a 
tolony of BrlUth tubJecU and 5 rll 
land at a raatoaablt price. ^ 

Money from land aalee and mln> 

Inf, leaa 10 per oeot. wae to be uaed 
lor eotonlaatlon liDprovetMnt. 

It the ootnpgny did not fulAU Ita 
peri of the berteiu tn five yean, > 
tha Crown imerved the rifhl to 
eume the lal aM and the licence of 
eaeluclvc trade, paying the _com> 
pany'e eobu. 
nOUOLAB UiKCTED 
The leland waa proclaimed a 
BnUah colony It waa to have a 
fovomot. nominated council ami 
elected aaaembly The Brltiah Oov* 



•nie two ooioniee of Vancouver 
end Britiah Columbia W're 
united tn IfM. under OoyMmor 
Frederick Beymour. The UgielaUve 
pp^ifwii contained H appt^ted 
member* and nine elected member*. ^ rctp«: 
Beyuiour waa not a etnmg lovemor ■ 
and failed to cut away the dead* 
wood of ofhetaldom and ttu burden 



union epeclfled that the majority 
i ol the Leglalatlvo OouneUb member* 

1 were to be Mtetive, and that^ the 
I p^tnuwi ckwemmant agreed to 
' - -onaibi* If the people 

: * It. 

'VOTCES APPEOi-ED 

July I, B.C. learned that .urma 
! had been eeiOed and union waa 
I definite— If H were ratified by the 
I people. Neat the Leglalaavt Counetl 
waa reduced to U memberi, nine 
' elective and alx non-^ecUvt. An 
‘ ~k on tha Confederation Uaue 
!ln November, in. returned aU nine 
^membera favoring Confederation. 
. 'and the nece*iary. addrem paiaed 
?d! unanunoualy, January #0. Ifll. After 
approval by the Dominion Govern* 
uieni li became law by Imperial 
order in council May Id. IS^l- 

province, with 



and new atyle— are pictured above. Great 
a* above little wooden **blrd cage” building 
pi>f> lor flrai Legialanira in colonial time*, 
uken SO year* ago. old building waa moved 
e K houaee Department ol Mince' miocral 
end Provincial Leborctory. 



1 BC. within OonfederaUon oh fair election 
term*. The reeoluUon paaaed 
The Dominion Govern 
' ment replied, aaklng for 
; 1 Public meeUngi everywhere 
I for union. 

CAPITAL MOVED HEEk 
Meanwhile B.C,^ caplui had been 
moved from New Wmimlnator lOijQgapi, yf Trutch lafterwarda «r 
i Victoria, and Beymour eontinuad | jo««ph> a* Ueutenant Governor 

OUOLAS waver In IMS the oppoalUoniQn February f. 1871. the LegWaUve 

by Governor Arthur Eoaar^Keu* took the Ipltlatlve In the LogUlauve i pauMl a meuaure railing 

nedy. and on the Mainland by Oov* council, atui moved 11 to' five that, 
emor Predeiiek Beymour. Confederation would be adviaable 

Kennedy made hlmaetf unpopular j T^e audden death of Governor — . 

ImmediaM^. an.' gei>-'- ur in June. IHM. and aur* ^ , 

addreaa from Negro reaidenta, lie 'render of Hudson'# Bay Company 
stirred the Ire of many Americans right* to the North weal Terrltorle* ^ 

Hvtng tn Victorta by referring to the In March, removed two obataclee * 

eouallty of man. I to Confederation. The new Oover- i 1 



al council of three: Douglaa. John 
Tod and Jama* Opoper. Weary of| 
continued fruatratlon. he offered 
hu reaignatloD) and after long de- 
lay It wae accepted.' He left tn Sep- 
tember, 1861. Douglaa waa appotet* 

. ed to aucceod him. 

in 18M Dot^la# waa ordered by 
the Home Oev«mneot to a ummnei a 
UftalaUve Aemmbly. The male 
'population numbered about 808. In- 
cluding tome 40 who ownad 80 acrw 
of land. Douglaa aat the guallfica- 
Uon of member* at freehold to the 
?aiu£ of tjuo, and v.-.r*r*, » «r ^5 
of freehold land. 

ELECTION WAS PAECE 
The oleeuon wae a laroe, - but 
Vancouver laland had Ita firat Aa- 
•ombly. It met on Auguet 18. 18M 
Dr. J B Helmcken waa «hr»^!i 



’’Bird Cage” Purlunnent 
Cost Colony $W0,(HH) 



Goverumrm uutgrrw thr pictur- 
esque old builUiug*. Their poMing 
wu mourned by many, though they 
reprtM-Qtrd ihe fulfilment of Vic - 
lurla'a dream. Premier Theodoiw 
Davie fuQght a long battle ah^::^t 
demands to move the capital to 
• faaugruaing Varwouver. and at the 
1N3 aaMion of the Kouaa put 
through a bill to borrow aOOO.UOO lor 



The governor'# eetmcll continued 
to function until tlgl ae an unoffl- ! 
clal upper house, revlewlni the ac- 
Onr-s of the Aeeembly. 

tn 1888 a partlaUy repraaenuuve 
leglalattve council was created in 
Matnland Brtttah Columbia at the 



Vtclorta'a firat government buUd-. 

ings wen nicknamed "Bird Cages" 
bocauM of their odd architectural 
dcaiffn. romlnleeent of flatiaoed 
Chinese pagodas. 

HUtonan# dlscinint ttic theory Uiai 
Bird Cage Walk." the old iiaiue_^or 



They were ttnohy lomplcied in 
18M at a cast of 8881JS8. 

The building# were made almoat 
entirely of Britiah Columbia 
materul Grey stone ws# shipped In 
aoowa from Haddmgiim island. 800 
gillm north of yictorla. Blate for 
the roof# came from Jarvl# , Inlet* 
gyantir lor the step# from Nelson 
i-:-r.£ent of. the. colonial amei^. ' laland. and dioirr templee nt iwiive 
However, the Hudson # Bay Company pauehng and for the 

paid for them, and Douglas went ofngjugnial canopy over tha 
aheed. ^ Speaker # dsi# were 514 I in varkiu# 



though other* deny IL 



PE J. E nuscaaN 

order of the home Government, and 
separate lovemurs were decided 
upon Douglas retired In 1864 Re 
was succeeded on Varteouver Island 



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▼tctoiial tint acvipaper w«i 
printed In Ftrneh. ^ 

The pre« wtuch produced Le 
Courier in 116a wm vren thep. 
)Anetp>two jrean Uter. K oceuplM a 
reapected place as an antique In the 
mueeum of at. Annl Convent In 
Victoria. 

BUhop Demcra. tint Catholic 
fiiahop ot Victoria, imported a lev 
feota of French t 3 rpe with the in* 
tenUoo of pubUahlng q mlaelon 
chronicle. Type of that kind haif 
not been caet for at least a century, 
and (he presa which came with It 
was even older. 

Oflflnally donated by the Sociacy 
for Uie PropacaUon of thy. Qoepel, 
Che plant came from the FrancUeana 
of 8an Luis Key In Callfomls. 

The good bishop soon realised 
that ptlntlnc a newspaper was pot 
as easy as he had tnougltl. Some* 
what earlier, there had appeared on 
the scene one Count Paul de Oarro. 
a French nobleman who had left 
his country In the troubled days ut 
1951, probabh' as a poUUcal fhgltlve. 
The coutit had dabbled oceaalonally 
m printing and editorial wrrIUng 
when casually vlslUof provincial 
newspapers In France. 

Bo. The Colonist once recorded In 
lie "HL^tory of Journalism on Van- 
couver Island,* which appeared In 
an edMon of 1883 . < . *To the count 
the editor appealed In Kls dUeinraq. 
and with the titled fentleman as 
editor and typesetter, the sturdy 
bishop as pressman and a lay 
brother as roUerboy, set to work to 
' assort the material sad get out s 
rnpcr." 

Producing one number of Le 
I Courier was a labor of months. The 
f tittle eld press “wheeaed and trem- 
bled When It worked like a man in 
^[^thc last stagm of a decline. 

I ONLY rwo F>GCS 
c **At length they produced a Uttle 
, publication. It was a smudgy affair 
. of tie papas, and had thr appear- 
ance of having been reduced to a 
' condition of *pl.’ and then to make 
* , It stUl more unintelligible of haying 
I been passed thiwu^ a threthtng 
' I machliM. Some M copies of the 
were printed and sent to 



"Durlnc the erection or repair of 
a building, no person shall occupy 
more than one third of the width of 
the street . . 



Old'Uma Victor^ was a plaoe for ing from a Bath House on the that someone was 

strong Boetrlls. To put H mildly.' eastarly oomer of said streets, which th* 

odors abroad were better known causes great dllBculty to vehicles Shortly aflerwai 

an ‘'ordinance c 

to miens. pt55L*jg XXjujSia 5„.ct. f 



'No person shall throw or de- 



*Tro person shall Injure any high 



no slaughter house, tannery, dls- posit on any of the foot-paths, side* 
UUery or other offensive trade or walks, highways, thoroxighfsres . . 
occupacton . ..shall be conducted any rubbish . . . ashes or offal . # 
within the UmlU of the said city, 
under a penally not exceeding one 
pound sterling r*. . 

*"**No person shall ride or drive 
through the public streets pt a 
pace exceeding eight miles an hour, 
under a penalty not exceeding one 
pound sterling ... 

NO rmrwoRKS 

“All pigs and goats found at large 
within the diy llmiu shall be 
deemed a nuisance, and impounded: 
and the owner shall forfeit . . ■ s 
sum not exceeding one pound ster- 
ling . . . 

■•No person shall wantonly ftre' or 
set off . . . any guru, pistols, csn- 
nons.e'squtbbs. crackers or fireworks 



Frwqusm somplatnti appeared to 
Ills Daily British Colonist about 
Vlstorla's Isgendary mud and-abdui' 
pOss of gartMge on ths streets. When, 
VIetofta became a elty to ISR. coe 
sf the first actions of the “town 
•SPuncU'* was to appoint a ‘'eoai- 
■ifttoe on nolsancM.'* 

Dm eommltue presented Me re- 
port on September i, 1862. It ran. 
to part, as follows : ^ 

“We found, on the south aide of 
Tates Street, near the Bank oV 
British North America, a very dls-j 
agreeable stench arising from sug- 
nant water in that neighborhood.' 
proceeding from a drain connecting' 
srlth the folonlal Hotel and the 
Otpsey Rouse baths . . ‘ 

"We found, on the comer of Doug- 
las and View Streets, In the centre; 
af Ihe highway, filthy puddles. ! 
saused by a flow of water proceed-' 



Plot WIRE ABOrr 

‘'We found that a number of pt0l 
«• between 
Wharf and 



Qovemmsnt, Johnson, 

Yates tireeU, to the great nuisance 
and annoyance of the elUsens resl- 
dant on those streets and the danger 
of the health of the City at large. 

“We also iound a number of pigs 
In the gully between Johnson and 
Cormorant streets . . . 

“We were also informed by Idr 
Eberhardt, et the houl on Langley 
SUeet, that W B. Smith, grocer. H 
to the habit of emptying . . . stag- 
nant water Into a drain . . . which' 
floods such hotel . Several ladlesj 
have left his hotel In consequence.' 
and other gentlemen threaten to 
‘leave . . .** 

‘^fulsances" were not only of the 
;OdoroM kind. The committee also 
: reported that James Bay twldge was 
'insecure, and larked railing; and 



P»per 

Bome and elsewhere to confound 
Uis most learned puivllts of the; 
day. The bishop, and the cdbnt. and 
the lay brother retired from the 
publishing business after their first! 
effort" 

In this last statement, however. 
Ttft ‘ OoIofiM wak' 'mlktaken. l> 
Courier appeared several more times 
before It finally “folded up." 
f Subsequently De Oarro used thM 
vintage pren to print Waddlngton’s 
book “Fraser Mines 



Vindicated."! 
'Then he became In tiirn a waiter 
and a billposter. In 1861 news of the 
Cariboo gold strike sent him ad- 
venturing again, but it was his last 
adventure. 

Re took passage on the steamer 
Cariboo, which blew up outward 



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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B.C 

naii Beat Canadian inl28Rounds 
Knuckle Boxing"Metchosin,1866 



Ilomc of First While Settlers in Saanich 



^ fMt nna ««leM Ml pounds 
pAfw woo fhotro of aonMn, 
hit ookn, whteb van 
wbii* with Mz«a blut apou. 

Bnkar'i oonpoet and 
waU'butU' frvna ibowad %o fnat 
advISUtf. ud alttwufh tfaara «u 
an ^nh♦t1*^T paUor in bit oounutf- 
bt tyad bM advenanr vUb an , 
air of firm detarmloatkm. Tbe 
f!utt*rlii« in Baker's comer 
. ^ . w«r« not the dKlared coet. 
but Um wall-known fraan-froiiod 
I and barp ot «rta* { 

I Tbon tba fldbt started. Baker, the! 
Iscleotldc picture- boitr, afalnst tbe 
j lonf-reachinc Bden. j 

' inew DOWN mix ^ 

*Aft«r several Ismts. in which 
both men seemed to be meaturinf 
each ether's capabtUUca. some sharp 
exehat^es took place, when Bden 
went down. 1?)# first knock>down 



BV DBNII BLI'NDKN 
Baal wtata afcsna wui probabli 
turn over in Utcir suodiviosu travea, 
out a larps ebunk ol uia prseant 
of Vicuma was uocp aiuoet 
pivesi away -and turuad down. 

Tba Wfn to whom it was ollarrd 
rr'uerd Uis land because be didni 
•huik It would grow putatooa. 

named John 



ballevt Umt the fight wUl cooia oil, 
on cna of the numerous American 
It seams that great iTedlt 
la due lo tba respaeUva Ualnara, 
Mamrs. Mariden and Tracy, for the 
care and skiU with which they have 
disc hart ad their duUaa to their 



Sghty-two years ago last Peb- 
nmry a few eoore Vidortans watched 
an BnilUhmm batter a Canadian 
heiplcas in the IMth round of a 
wmner-lake-all priaa fight. 

Fought with bare knucklaa in the 
days whan boalng *ae Ulagal, tha 

bout waa said to be tha first aver 

staged lb what la now ^ Cana- 
dlao Waat 

The date bss February 23. 1166; 
the place, a secluded patch of grasa gy(BTBOOY BXCmcO 
in a hollow at Padder Bay. WUl^ The fight had evaryboi 

•till tliinf on another part of the aank'Ior tha r 

property Is Ronald Weir. Pr.s! .'.M 
7>oveminent employee who B 
Robert Weir’s greai-grandaon. 

Thousand^ of dollars in be' ■ 
ahangad hands, and the fwlia Agbt 
was tba talk ol tha town lor waaka 



An early aetUer 

told the sad story to tbe Rcysl 
Oolonlal InsUtuu In Loudon uq 
Uisch % IM7. 

*‘Xf 1 bad not rtfusad. I should not# 
be itaodlbg here tba owner of UiS 
g7«si*r part of the town of Vk 
tc-rlB.' be eaid. 

Colm saw nothing to Indicate that 
a city of 100,000 would grow out of 
tha ground that wasn't good enough 
for potatoes. 

I He Vdd the Inelltute that he be- 
' Uevtd he was 4^s first settler to teas 
up land hare who had never been 
connected with tbe Hudson's Buy 
, Company. 

"X started on my journey out from 
, Oraveeend and reached Vancouver 
> Island, or Port Victoria, as It asa 
called at that time, m lour mofitlm 
and 21 days." he recal l ed. "When 
^ 1 landed, the Oovernor, Mr Dotig- 
' lea, shook me by the hand aiut 
':t:{7vnUy congratulated me- upon tha 
^ faataat passage ever made to BrtUab 
^ Columbia.” 

^ "1 think. In dasrrtbmg the then 

<1 of the province, i cannot 
' da better than use the language of 
dreo. ih? pe^if of Port Townshend. who 

Willard Iralabd, provlMlal archh used to speak of Victoria as a very 
vlst and Ubrarlaa, who last Aprtl uric-h- r** place. And the deaenpUon 

a wes waU-mcrUed. for the only 

TChlcle In tba place wu a ona-horea 
belonging to the Oovernor. 
“To show bow land has increased 
In value since then, and how foolish 
c''TT,e people are who get oppor- 
funiUee, when I landed 1 was offered 
the option of uking up the greater 
of the land around Fort Vlc- 
t-Mla Sut I rrfueed H because 1 did 
tiut think the ground was good 
^nr.ugh (or growing puutoaa." 



Houaa BoUt In IMS by WUUam Tbomaon 



cUmiU aside, and tbe fair sax for- 
got thalr fiirtaclons. while tba paeu- 



before and after. 



In ihoea days, before the prim- 
itive London ptlza ring rules had 
been replaced by tbe Marquess of 
Queensbury code, a knockdown 
ended tha round. The Metchoeln 
boxers fought 121 rounds to a finlih 
^one hour 63 minutes. 



ne Kenneth Uackensle had M to market 
d 'Cralgflower district In MM. • |th-ufh 



Ninety years ago last Apru. 

?»Trj year ths Colonist was four- 
William Thomson brought hu young j w 
wife MRrfsre* ind thrir infant sonje^o 
David over an old Indian trail from idiip 
Viciurio to aettle at the farm they, new 
called Bannockburn. 

This daU, April I. IM«, markedjlatei 
tbs establishment of the first homelI*l*> 
In the Saanich district. iwo 



»Hrr MADK FIRST 



story was told at some length 
m the columns of The Dally Col- 
onist. 

"We team that a match has been 
arranged between Oeorga Baker 

the Canadian Pet. and a young 
Rngliahman named Joe Bden, , 
formerly In the police, to fight ac- 
cording to tbe rules of the P R. for 
6600 a side, |60 of which Is ;.!rr-dr< 
deposited ' The Ctklonlst reported 
en December 30. IM6. 

"They wlU meet within three 
-months . . . Prellounartee to be 
settled and articlea to be drawn up 
at Connor's on Monday avenlng 



Pioneer Artist Here in 1845 
Shocked by Indian Slaves 



The day before the fight The Col- i 
•ntst devoted an editorial 1o sr-*'*- 
ulatlon about the outcome. Even 
then the ptauw and data had Mt 
beeti announced. 

"The preilrelnan. arrangements 
for the fight. whi<#ls to take place ^ 
this week, are In a forward sj^te. 
every precaution being taken to 
avoid the chance of Intarruptlpn. |- 
"A steamer Is ehartersd. and the 
demand for Uckeia is said to be' in | 
•xcem of the acoomnuMlaUon. The I 
combatante are reported, to be In | 
good condiuon and well ouitclMd, 
and confident of succaas. Some ' 
pretty tall slaughtering • is anilcl* | 
paled by the knowing ones . . ' 
"Eden U an fiigllsh novice, a as- 
puted hard hitler, and capable 6fi 
undergoing any amount of punish- . 
ment without flinching. Baker Is; 



Baker, though weakening. 



•The terrific right-handed sUng-« 
Cts de?iv£Ts4 with such precision by 
Bden began now to tell a tale. In 
the iMth and 130th 'roundrnhf 
fight was virtually finished . . • 
"Baker staggered up to time only 
to be punished uselessly by hU ad- 
versary, vwho, however, dealt gen- 
I erously with him until the I3tth 
i.hd- last'Tound; when a pusirful 
right-hander from Eden knocked 
Baker out of Ume. upon which the 
' sponge was thrown In at seven min- 



p*ul Kane plons^ artist, foundi Acute obeerver that ha waa. KfcD?j 

m. W«l t»U of ho, Kit o.pKtor^u.'«4 »“« 

Ot Indians then living near r-*ri| 
jrym ,Toroolo Vlotorto.- 

In pre-Confcderatloo "Facing tha Art. stands a vUIagt 

He^sterted & junkliW4fr*' Afl4f|Qj cialium Indiana. They boaat of 

trud-ing Ihioufh i . 

for two yesFs, sketching, pklrtttnt 
and wrlflng as he went, r;— 

-reached Victoria In April. 1847 
i Ksne recorded in hia ' 

that he was shocked st the system of cedar-frssa 

of slavery that then existed from tba front and hanging almoat to the 
I n.ufnmi. te Berinx Ptralt. Indians knam. They. 



Church. They made their bome^Just' 
uutalde the old Fort where Davio. 
their first child war bom. 

.In the mrAm.Uqe, work on tbe 
I farm was progressing. The first j 
I stock. M pigs, had bean transported 
by canoe In a trip taking four days 
-And by the Spring of 16M a small 
Irabin was^eady to welcome the 
white woman to eeltle in Saanlen 
Soon after, a four-Tbom Umber 
house replaced the cabin, and Ui 



the iracklmt wUdt>! being able to turn out 600 warrloril 
ketchlng. pklrtWnt*'. . > Tfia men Vaan- m cU>thlbg„.in 
Kane Summer, and nothing but a blanket 
in Winter." 

loumal, "The woman wear only an apron, 
threade, Ued xround. 



Farmers have tha reputaUon of 
an Independent tribe, but In 
Saanich 60 years ago they shosred 
iviUlirliy on the tetue of wsgm The 
standard wage for farm help wafe 
■%tb a month and board Otm farmer, 
‘rveeding an experienced man badly, 
{paid ISS. Kls neighbors held a 
meeting to express Uieir Urdigna- 
tkUL The IndepetMlent farmer stood 
Aim— but he Inst a lot of goodwill. 

There are U waterfslla within an 
"It was Indeed for-,it.inUe section of Uie Columbia 
Saanich that she had River highway east of PorOand. Ora. 
the Uk of WDUam and The highaat Is Multrtomah Falla, 
which tumblea 630 feet 



however, use tbe jm^pep twice over the ropes with 
than the men oo. but •• 

ae slavea not from any feellBg ol deUcacy." j -Baker e fae» was rnwh di-sf.gured- 

m I Yeare later aavaral protaata ap- um left ays being dosed, and he also 

mr-death pearad In The British Colonist sbout|,uffered from a serious cut over hL« 
na heerd Indians wandering the itreete in M«brow. Bden's cheeks WVre much 
a chief their scanty natlta garb- Some' bruised and his Up* ewollen, but hi* 
i the base writers, who were "Victorian" in twojiyei were not marked, and. what Is 
lemanded sensM of the word, warw^ that | very strange. hU proboads— which Is 
afford tolauch things would hav* a bad effect >ary proenlnetit— escaped damaga, 



MRS. THOMSON { 

addrcaaed a mcMlng of t^ B.O. 
nL:t:-;c&l BocMty commdmoraung 
the arrival of Mis. Thomson as tbe 
first white woman In the Saanich 
district said 
I tunatc for 



the time and It provided an ample {Margaret Thomson. 



beyond some slight scratehaa.' 



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David Belasco and Alfred Sufro'Clonsiclered 
Were Part of Jeivish Joining U.S 



Royal Visit MemofaWe Occasion in Life of City 



-S— By K. M. LEVY 

Th« reOedlcsUon of ttu Victoria 
ajmatofu* thli yc*r after tte ra> 
luu hUtotic rignlflranoc. 
The aynacofut at tbt coroer of 
Blaoabard 



, By C. W. HOIXIDAT - 

aMi% ' In th* yw IMt. I •»- 

barktd on mjr llnrt Journey to VI©. 

PrancUcane epokt of iha 
i ^ ^ toltranl amuM- 

ment. 

* - They did not call It *^anadlan * 

\ Neither did they «ay ~on the Cana> 

It > aide.” for in ihoac (ai-off days 

,.>toe Pacific coaet of North Amerira 
^^VBI9 s|Hh, vaa a region apart from the rwi of 

M Cg ■ ygy Tf ^ world, and apparenUy not ear- 

4 |H 9 m i^B ^ ^ much to do wUA the real 

g a ^ the world. 

' g| * The people on both (Idea of.tba 
boundary had far more in commoo 
B with each other than with thuea 
I eaat of the -Rocklea. In California 
I moat people would aiart indignanUy 
■ If you called them Americana They 
I told you with rmphaala that they 
9 wcr;> CaUfornlana. 

In Victoria I found the aame at« 
tltude. Victorlana would 

tnaulied them Cana- 

dlana. old-tUnera condeecendrd 
to meptlon Canada im- 

piled that it waa aume 'emote oeun- 
try m which they had no lutereat. 
1 The people of BrIUah Columbia 
BemodeUing. Pacific ataiea aeemed hardly 

Suiro * Oo. advartlaad in the flrat 'to have graaped the fact that the/ 
taaue of The Ooloolct. i Emil and »«« connected »nih the world by 

aeveral iranacoiiUnental 



Pandora 

Street la balteved to.be the firat bouac | 
of worship of Its kind In Western i 
Canada. OcntUea sa well aa Jewsj 
rcu.trlbii'jed to its building In the; 
early iMO'a from materlala apeclally| 
Imported from thr Old rcjuntry. 

Tbe Jewlab rellgioua mpvement Is 
Into the pattern of the early 
beginnings of Victoria. Some of the 
men Ineblved were well known in 
commercial, artistic, municipal and 
parliamentary Ule of the city A 
few afterwards became world- 
famous. 

MEETING IN 1S6S 

Amnng the leaser tunuuarias Id 
the commerrial life of Victoria waa 
a certain David Shlrpaer, whoee 
: name la found on the coroner's Jury 
of 1M3. He presided at the first 
I meeting of the congregation In 
August and waa one of a building 
committee of seven. 

He was abo the fir^t treasurer 
of the then Hebrew Benevolent 8o- 
'clety. and in 1883 of the Sick Visit* 

: Ing Society. He End hla brother 
, Herman traded aa aucUuoeers., on 
I Johnaoo Street. 

Hemtan waa on the "Deluge Com- 
mittee'* of the Victoria Fire Brigade. 

' He W13 the first driver of a firs 
1 engine in ihf city. 

One of the first business esiab- 
I llahmenta In the city was that of 
1 L. da L. BoekowlU. first on Wharf 
Street, later on Johnson Street. 
' The owners became leaders In the 
sealing Industry with a capital of 
more than 850.000. 

At the laying of the comer stone 
of the synagogue In 1883, an ad* 



woven 



Victoria’s Changing Face 



thoroughfare coormctlng Oovem- 
ment and Broad Streets. It had a 
narrow wooden sidewalk on one aide, 
mud In the centre and rows of old 
shacks oo each side. McNUTe's 
saloon waa oo one Government 
Street comer and a Uv^ atalAc oo 
the other. 



The Cliff Rouse, which stood for 
years on Dellas Road, near the cor- 
ner of Maui Street. «ae a favorite 
refreshment place In eerily days. II 
wss kept by the Henky famUy. ■ 



railroads. 

'We can understand this feeling bet- 
consider that until 



and cigar business on Yatee Street. 

Gustav Joined the fire brigade in 
185# and becaoM a member of the 
lodge in IMO. In IMT-Tl 
he was vlce-prealdent of the Board 
of Trade. Emil Sutro waa a mem- 
ber t>f the board of directors of Vic* 
Uaia Philharmonic Society In 1881. 

Another famous Jewish producer 
-though hla taoM came later^wae 
David Belasco, the theatrical pro- 
ducer. He was brought to Victoria 

*t th-= -sr- yf ftvf |}% IwA 

who Joined the gold rush. 

m the 1881 rolls of the dty 
we find the BelasA store <m 
Johnson Street assessed at 1350 



ter when 
these roads were built the region 
isolated by great 
and boundkee 



The B.C Soap Works once stood 
on Humboldt SUeet. It was suc- 
ceeded by the Empress Hotel power- 
house. which was subeequeotly de- 
molished. The site now la part of 
the Empreas gardend. 



actually was 
mountain ranges 
pralrlas. 

As recently as 1870 there had even 
been a tuggeetlon of annexetioo te 
the United SUteg. A petUloo to thie 
had been sent to the Presi- 
dent- The wnrduig of the petition 
seems rather ambiguous. It aseerta 



Pint busineaamen's club in the 
city, the Victoria Club, was formed 
la 1885. It later became the Pacific 
Club. The flnt club premisce were 
at the southeast comer of Yates and 
Broad Streets, over what wss then 
N'.rhrUfS and Renonfe hardwniw 
store. 



Lovett’s cold tea parlor en Gev* 
ernmeat Street was a favorite 
ko^nfe« M ea's rendefva«a hi the 
■eventlee and dfbUea. Affaire of the 
elty and the world were settled ovee 
the famoae beverage of the bouse. 



Company, organized in 1861 with a 
capital of 8500.000.' 

The scheme won -the eominetida- 
lion of The Times. -London.*. Mr 
Gambits helped to organise the 
synagogue, and In 1883 served on the 
building committee and contributed 
to the building fund. ~ 

[ The Joseph brothers— Josephus 
jand Lionel— were descendania of 
' an old Angio-J8wlsh Cornwall 
In 1658. hearing of the dis- 



senUments of loyshy to Brltatn, but 
are exasperated at being pruticaUy 
Ignored by the BritUh govmimenL 
^ the lime t arrl’^ 1% Victoria 
there was little talk about the pro- 
pofved<raUway bridge arrusi Seymour 
Narrows. 



financial namesake. This gentle- 
Indlans peddled ftsta fftes deer te num «as not a rabbi— the congre- 
dMe, aad It was possible to boy a ,fatlon did not have one then HU 
large talmen for *5 eeots. CBstoBkers cure was not of the soul but ol the 
who bosgM'dlreet from the canoes for h* offered hU services to 

when they arrived at tbo wharves the public as a •■German physician, 
conid get even lower prteea. suegeon and obstetrician, familiar] 

• • • > with the English, Prencti and I 

Victoria had a gold rush at Its SpanUh languages ** I 

back floor— but It proved a dUap- In 1858 the group decided to meet 
polntment. Ocrid was reported found at Mr. Simpson's store on Yates 
on the rocks off Plnlayson Point, Streel.wThe meeting was called on 
Beacon Hill. Excavations In the the Initiative of A. Blackman and 
rocks near the water have remained !. Brun. Mr. Blackman acted as 
ever since. ' president untU his regular election 

• • • I in June. 1859. 

Indian women sold from door to He formally moved the formation 

door pllch-wood for starting fires st of the congregstton In 1883, became 
ten cents a bundle. j a charter member, served mi the 

• ■ * committee that framed the constl- 

A rate war between the Canadian tutlon and acted as lay reader in 

Pacific Railway and Puget Sound ' 1883. In that year he was ap* 
Long before View Street was cut Navigation Company brought Vic* pointed to the building committee, 
through. Trounce Alley was a dirty torla-8e«lile fares down to 35 cents. When the synagogue was con* 



Victoriacs seemed to ig* 
and at tunes acted as Interpreter Bore the mainland. It waa several 

for Indian eustomera In hU parenu' yean before they awoke to the fkri 

store. 1^1 • tfiUe upstart town on Bur- 

MKMBEB FOB VICTORU thyeWnlng Ihelf 

eelim Franklin was elected on. 
of two members of the Legislature ^ ' 

iforVlctorU. He and hU brother Lum- The population of Vancouver waa 
I ley (later mayor of Victoria* were now as high as their own-ab^iut 
' the sons of LewU Franklin, of Uvef- 15.000. Then eiuuird a race to see 
j pool, of a prominent family of which town could veach the 30.000 
JewUh banken atlU well known In mark first Ot course Victoria was 
' Bnglarul. soon left hopelessly behind. 1 aus- 

! The Pranklliu came to Victoria pect they gave up the rare rather 

in 1858. via Ian Pranctaco, and thankfully. Aftenfftrlhat sort 
' Selim Franklin B Co. advertised in thing was quite alien to the Vle- 
The Colonist as auctioneers and l«ria temperament. It was rather 

undignified. 



family. 

covery of gold lit.Pte Fraser River, 
they fitted out aj^rasel and came to 
Victoria with r cargo of building 
maierlaU. which they sold by auc- 
tion at the comer of Johnson and 
Government Streets. 

They invested the proceeds In 
Victoria and Mainland properties. 
THE SUTRO BROTHERS 
*rhe SutroA, of which Alfred 
Sutro, the noted playwright, at- 
tained legendary fame, were among 
j the first Jews on the Island. Adolpjt 



. Runaway steers sUged smaU wild 

- ' «rst shows oa the streets of Vk- 

Spontsnrous demontustions of affection for the Commonwealth’s torla. The old steamer Enterprise 
Monarcht broke out just before. the King and Queen boarded the Ss. arrived regularly from New West- 
Prince Robert to leave th%city after their memorsbk visit in May of minster with a load of steers for 
1938. Veterans Uned up at the docks cheered conitnuously. and with local butchers. While being driven 
others crowded around their Majesties to say good-bye. The Colonist from wharf to slaughter-house 
described the scene as one of the most memorable displays of emotion Mime of the animals eccastonully 
ever seen. The King is seen in the upper picture inspecting hit guard away, and pedestrians sprim* 

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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA. B C. Sl'XbAY. DECEMBER V2. 1948 



llsed for Last Up of Journey 



No Election Held for Oak Bay’s First 



Ladies’ CJothes 



- i^xpenfiC and annoraace of an etn' 
^ tton." 

P The prtMlple ol economy eaub* 
L luted than baa been part of Oak 



71m eltj of Vtotarta dSdnt vaiii 
Oak Bay, ao Oak Bay itartad munl- 



TTnt — **'- Mftaa ka. ald-OaM 
VtctoHa had to Mod haek la Bu«* 
ifM ^tortal. 

Arrhral of ordaea ai4l Itaitfbd with 
aacUMDrtit and n up koao. U ‘Jtm 
etociMa wrra not •atlateetonr. tbara 
VM no ebanoa of ftipdtni tato tba 
Hon and aachanatod iham for 
■OBMi hi ra better. MaUa took Boay 



At another meettrif. July I, 'Ttve 
gentlemen, Mwuiri Feme. Swber- 
Uod, W. B. Oirrer. P. M: Rattenbury 
ao^ f. B.' Pemberton were called 
uptai tu oUer tbentaelvaa lor reeve 
. . . Tile vanuuv candidatea gave 
Iheir Viewa on koaattana U k at y la 
cuoie before the Incammg coancU. 



Independence One of the riohaat, ^ 
pat one of the moat economical 
nunlcixtalitics In the province. Oak 
Bay (aeU H haa UtUc to gain and 
much to loae by amaigamaUon. 

lo the '*horiw-aod buggy" age. 

Vleuaia'f city faihera were not 
anxkiUa td add the remote, undevel- 
oped area* of Oak Bay. Baanlch and 
E«qulmaJt to the cHy'i charge. Tb> 
cuy lathers wUh their 
predcceasora had shown mora vision. 

A Urge portion of Oak Bay was 
anattracuve settlers because of 
outcropping rock. That UabtUty has 
gliiee been converted Into an asset. 

How luxurious houses perched on 
erags and surrounded by rork-gar* 
dens are a distinctive of 

Bay 

eharmctcruuc of Oak Bay are 
trees the 

They are 

Oarry a native speciM. Parts 
the area were covered with con- 
tferaiis trees when settlers strived; 
but yielding to asssulu disease 
and the axe. the have 
ORIOINAI. RACE TRACK 

The area was not »U rocks and • ^ ^ 

Uses. There was plenty of good 

land. The Hon. John Tod. retired ^ profuaion of oak trees like the gnark 
Hudson's Bay official and member of Municipality of Oak Bay iu name. 
Governor Douglas' first council, end of rhe last century, grew on the (i 



JMBM Douglas proved himeslt a 
sharp fudge el ladMs' ckvthM in the 
toiteea he wrote "hcHne" ordertnc 
dtemea. cloth and other cosaavortl- 
tlsa for hlB vtfa. bB slater mid hia 
lUere. Mte Cameron. 

TlM Mtan,. which came lo Ugbl 
about five yaan ar>. are bald la 
British Columbia s archlvea 
Viciorta. 



but mainly to the effect that scoa- 
oniy should be prartiafd and U aa> 
work was dune It should be under the 
local improveoH'Di plan if possHUa." 

• "ii belnc advisable to t>7 and do 
without an election which could be 
lit afforded. R was propos e d that the 
candldatsa meet atmr. P. B. Pem- 
bertons office eo Monday iha fth 
at ( pjn. and decide amongst them- 
aelvaa who should stand and who 
ahould withdraw." 

WAb FIBHT BKBVE 
William E. Oliver. welI*kuow& 
lawyer, became first reeve. Mem- 
bers of the first council were William 

second 



Wbea m li*2 the irow laU-riifed etcasa^ TyMiniA m J 

threescore youag women from Bncata de aig no d for me coMdSai a 
pat abmudH II.&. Forward, pktored above m a eomemporary 



eheich. sad ke«ict» •• Vktoeia 

Mr. Jamca Lowe. 

Dear Btr 

f O /I t eocloee berewuh an order tor 

ri xO Om a Lace Jacket for Mlaa 

Camarun. which I beg you will 
W purrham arut forward oo aur ae- 

^SS M j4T¥t4E- coant Be very partlruiar in geu 
Hag the proper sise. the garaient 
r imd rleea before dawn being worn aver Urn drees must 
4 lo nmarm la watch fit nicely, or K will not please. 

M In. "As Urn piucci n. ^ vuhm. 

««. Bkd • IT— 0-1 ■»“*" , 

to l««l wlU. J.m«U.u»lto. 

i^t of them. Finally with the letter was a boM com- 
lorward, grsMied ons of tamiag aieaturement.> and further 
8 hand, and drew her out mrtrucfions "A black Itit Jae^et 
u Sbe did imt demur fashionably made lo wear over a 
teamed mutuai the cakwad ailk dress. mad% bllh io* 
oUowad tin three days), neck aud short ataevea . . ." 
ived happily ever after." ORfiliRElt PERFI'ME 
acton came for than) qq pebrusG B*. ikU. Oovemur 
number married within a wrou 'Fi-lluwinf orderw 

(or goods on my private account. 
}R OPERA which please forward by tba flraC 

undreds of Britkih Ool- safe conveyance, uuurcd agalQvi 
tie trace thetrtfermt from rli* of capture aivd ».eirure tn add!- 
English glrla Vfho landed ^on u>r ordlnurv tea risks’ Forty 
that day m IkO- ’yards g^od bTsek Mefinn: xtx pmeea 

j. Macdonald Fahey, aasorted Untmis for ladles' dresses; 
tropiw*^. sensing the rich two pieces assorted neat warm 
I in the bridoahip story tAdies' Pissd gw four ounces Esu 



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Arrival Here of Bride Ship 
Was Great Day for Woman 



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reeve*. W NoMe. Frederick B Pem 
oen .:i. J. ttuthtriaad..F.M. Rausn- Brtmb Pacific Coast In IH63 ugc pomu. Bald The Dally BrtUsh Book# 

bury larchitect of the LegwIatMe ^ ^ wovuanBas land, ta all the cokmM: 1“*^ ‘ 

Buildings, iater murdered* In Eng- expanse of M*»"**~< ftrHlab ^ matter of coorsa. wt wank ^ 

land!, and A. E Hsynes. First dark oolumWa,-whrte E*» aunera dug .board |he sfeamer y«Mrday amre-ld* 
wag James SkerUng Floyd. g^jil m Hand- bars of the good look at the landli 

Veteran of the munlwlpal staff there were only three <* pwwengers. They ara mmUy P*Blo 

today Is R. F. BUndy. who flUetf the . cleanly, well-built, pretty- looking he su 

exacung Job of clerk for more than of mu**r* crowded young women -a^e* varying fr«n Jhem 



grown w a thriving community of V,«b- 

U.500 persona a^ WPO nomea. 5o the, storied brtde-ship T>»«- ally ordered oB wd Ball aC ' 

Am^Ld value of property bas .'niguih c»mj lo Victoria. She brought their frulileas few «ei 

cUmbed from M3S»i at tneorpoe- ’^appmes*. but she *ae a ddomed hearu. There *“ 

avion to gl4.503.6Wi. At the and of ship, trailed by black IH-fomine.. with the cr^ while co^g ^ 

1947. the total debenture indebted- Churchmeo m Loudon, Irowtung vre yrv^fsUnd. bu no ng p 

nets was W08.7M Sinking furutt on « ules ol tbs shonage fit wives m ••rtou* ’* ' y^u 

hand were $14^3. making a net the far mmi colonies, ofiuUcd 4he Stury of the arrival waa tmd td 
per capita debt Jp^7.90. Bpituh Odumbia Emigrauw^ocisD- de B. 'Mfa^Bhewi m her 

T.AXEb bTUA'l^W They sent 30 girls from orphan i»«k. Pioneer Women of victorls 

• Careful managemeat and sound **ymn» m ApiU 17,. 1841 The Island " ^**^k*.*^ u a Wor- po*»ibll' 

iDvcaimerff have created a ^ood ilnfc- (..xperuaeni was a success, so they Tynemouth « »m*s. ^ j^ld 

log fund surplus, which is credited ocganiaed a larger party. •a*’** ■*“* Vlcu>na. 'IridFg 

to taxpayers in reductions. Qak Bay in Juto, 1«1. Ito iron fuU-rWd WAMtin IMMEOliTELY ,, 

Standi high in the Bmid Dealers xynemonth tailed from Then Mra Shaw ralaled. “the girls gxught 

London. She cHfrlrtflTd pa—H gara a m t a k es i *lw samll bo a t s -lA.ghe ot 

Oak Bay has s windiog eea shore, invoice of » young tending stage m Iroot ol the 

with beautiful sandy beacbea and <jeaigiwd fu* Uie colonial and Oovemmeiu BuildUtes. and h*« aboard 

covas. Tha prrduskm of ^ araaa. market " they w«a hoed up. two and two. o# u-s 

together with careful somug. have «h»^dr« of a school, 

msde It a fine residential area. KID^afpinu fauau ih. rtem eve of the malign. I several 

Auto camps manufacturing planta A maUon and a elergyman chap- tt» »»*n» eye ol tne «a ise^m 

and wlventelng billboards are pro- vnm^l them and barred ito from * immedi«tel^y the dej^ 

. *i Uw ship's eoetel life. Plans to eagvr spectators feU back, opaning iTmam 

TT^e ara two Inlmnalkmahy-, kidnap some of them at San Fran- up a narrow 
known golf ooursea. and fWhermeB ciaco faded when the young ladles Procemlon shouM P«« 

enjoy exifvUeni sport during the sal- were forbidden to go aahor*. . lull ol hot tha 

mon runs just ofl-abore. Royal. . New*. that ths ship was steaming in front of the Parhwneol ^ J 

Vtctorte Yacht Club In Cadboro Bay toward Vlelorte spread aU up and and pflm of laundry soap. In cam 

•nd the municinallv owned Oak Bay down the ccnxt. Minen traveled ray df the women desired to wash seen^ 



meeting 



land, and It become known 



-upland's Farm." later comipted U> »u»Pl"« «f Oak Bay Improvemeni 
"Uplands " ^ 

SooM 500 acraa of undeveloped • __ 

tend are sUU held by the Hudson's 
Bay 

a population of less than ' ' 

300. Oak Bay began Uvlnklng about 
roads, srwers. water, light and other 
municipal hervlcee not many yean I 
after Ihe turn ol the century. A | 

of landowners organiaed Oak i — iMt, - ' " ' 



group 

Bay Improvement Asaociailon. which 
led the for Incorpor- 

atlon. 

(NCOBFORATED 
On May It, 1906. a peUUon 
QuasUng incorporation went to the 
HON ioir. TOD ion. F J. Fulton, provincial 

owned a large farm. His house, secretary. It was signed by 103 
built lo the 1860‘s la still standing on tenduwners. aomethlng laas than half 
Heron 8t.. the oldest building in Oek of 343 entitled to subscribe. Some 
Bay. HU daughter. Mary Tod, of u>c landuwncrs lived outside 
married John Bowker. who built oak Bay. The letter of appUcaUon 
the first race track oo Uve Willows mentioned thst 'ibere were 136 
site. sduU male British subjects living 

Captain MrNeU of the old Rud- to the municipalUy 
son's Bay Company ship. Beaver, The peUUon was granied. Reoord.s 



loei. UtUe girl four years old; two naak 

Bale passengers fn>ni the Blouses for boy six years ^d. iww 
i IcU vietim lo Indians in neat wideewekw ismsll he^. one 
Inlet mamaert. which pt«ce warm material, small pattern 
oaarly aU members of a for chiMren a dn*sMa 
rrey psriy In 1864. And Miss Dougte* was to hava ••Bte*.*k 
Dsr ■ superaUtkio ihst kM Olwve*. four white, two gaimi- 
iiM Ul-luck to a ship leta; two pair black tie thfiea" Mtse 
hold wut fog the Tyne- Cameron rtquired colored -hk 
iter unloedlnE tm “Uve drma. good raeiertal made higA 

It sailed lor Hongkong with braid around botiom; one black 
iUmpeed her to China T^vrt b<.^t with spare .iri^ and 
. 1 ,. — . Moe aeato. *^ tor Uue Agnes Uouglea. 



husband 



object of preventing If poasible the ands of vialtora «v^ 



by 36 people. Chairman was J 



deslgiiallon Is McNeil Bsy 



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PRESCRIPTIONS AND ASSOCIATID SUPPLIES” 

here everything that mokes for dependability, occurocy, ond professional help- 
r service— and where stocks ond oppointments ore Locked by o corps of twelve 

nocists ond mony other troined and experienced ossistonts in evey department. 



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styled, high or low heel foot 

for>cies . . . foshioned in your 



To The Doily Colonist on this, the 
celebrotion of its 90th Anniversary,- we 
extend congratulations ond best wishes 
for continued success. 



419 rORT $T. — in ths Psmbsfton fiteUtno. Our lowsiy. n*w gcM, 
wttet 'wg bslltva to bs, ths Rnatt pmcripMon 
Pbarmanr In Canorki. 

ItU IROAO — Our complstsiy squtppsd Surpieol St^piy Stora 
(elsD In tbs Psmbsrton Building.) 

IBtl pfHHM At -Oir modsm Pmcriptian Broneh Stars On Itw 
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Smelt Mtemii DeHmty Smriee !• Ivety SMtimi d Gmatm VictefM 




Sl'NPAY. DECEMBER ,? 2 , 



' . THE DAILY COLONIST. VTCTORIA, B C, 

No Ejection Held for Oak Bay’s First Conneil; 



At Purchasing 
Ladies' Clothes 



rcxpcuac uxl »xuui>‘Racc ol to elec 



Th« dtr of Vktoru didn't vmdt 
Ook Boy. 00 Ook Boy oUrtod muni' 
dpol Hfs on lU own. 

Now ttoo munlclpomy voJtMo lu 
tndcpoztdoDCc. Ono of Uto rlohoot, 
]Wt ono of the moot cconotnleol 
munldpolKlea tn the poovtne*. Ook 
Boy foelo H hoo IMle to (oin ond 
much to looo by omolfomntloo. 

In tbo “bunc-ond buuj" oge. 
Vlclorlo'o city fotheni were not 
onxkMM to odd the rcmole. undevel- 
oped oreoo of Ook Boy. Boonlch ond 
E*qulmoli to the clty> chorge. To- 
wtoh ihetr 



The principle of economy oetob- 
lUhrtl then hot been port of Ook 



Vtrtorio had to mod bock to 

Ito etcUbto omd^whoL 
(f Of to m with 

eocttecnoot ond euepmah. V '•ho 
ctotbao wet* nut MUlotocbary. tbero 
ww BO ClMDOO of Otepphlg iBtO thO 
•ton ood cjubonguig them to* 
■ffmrlhl~f bettor- MoUo took mony 



fUty's p'^r ow 



At onotltor m^ttng , July- 1. “five 
gentlemen. Meun. Fern*. Bother- 
Und, W, I Ottver! F M. Roltehbury 
ond F. B. Pemberton were colled 
upou U) offer thrmodvoo for reeve 
. . . The vonouo condidoice gove 
Uieir vtowo on qucstione ukoiy to 
before the tncomlng councif. 



JoflMo Oougloo pevved hUneolf o 
oBorp fudge of lodioo’ ctothoo In tbo 
locton ho wroto “boiDO'' ordoruig 
ilrwri, elDth ond othor cooomodl- 
boo for bto wife, hio oiour ond bio 
nioeo. Idloo Comeruo. 

, Ttao Mure. wbM coooo to UgM 
obout fivo yooci Wo, on bold to 
BdUob Coluiubkoe orchlvon 



come 

but moinly to the effect tbot econ- 
omy ahould be practiaod ood if on> 
work woi doue It ohould be under the 
Ibcol improvement pion U poombio 
"It being odvuoble to try ond do 
without on election which could be 
m afforded. It woo propooed Lhoi the 
condkloioi^meet At Mr. F. B. Pem- 
berton* office on Monday the tth 
•t t p-m. ond decide omongn tnem- 
•ehree who ehooM otond ond who 
should wuhdfow.- 
WAB FfBMT KF:B>B 

WiUiom E. Oliver, well-known 
lawyer, becione fimt reeve. Mem- 
bers of the first council were WiUiom 
Hendrraon • who become second 
reeve*. W, Noble. Frederrck B Pem- 
berton. J. tiuthertond. F. M. Ratten- 



day* city fotbero 

predecesoors bad shown more vision. 

A Urge portion of Ook Boy was 
unotiroctlve of 

outcropping rock. Tbot hobUity boi 
since been converted Into on asset 
Now luxurious houses perched on 
ermgs ond surrounded by rock-gar- 
dens ore o distinctive of 

Ook 

Also oboncterUtic ol Owk Boy ore 
the fove the 

munictpetity They ore 

Oorry o native speclm. Ports 

-wf'the ores were covered with con* fl|B||B|||p||||H|||||||||PB|9|^^^^^^B 

tferous trees when settlers arrived; 
but yleidlno to omsuIu disease 
the the have dwindled 
ORffllNAL RACE TR4CK 

The ores woo not oil rucks and * *• J- ■ ^ 

trees. There was plenty of good 

land. The Hon Jnhn Tod. retired ^ profusion of ook trees Uko tbs gnarled. 

Hudson s Boy official ond B^ember ol ihe nMtnt. 1 

Oovemor Douglas' first council, end of ths loot century, grew on the font 



When m 1M2 the iron fuU-riggod stooin rtiB T; 
threescore young wo me n from Beinm 



Vietonn. 



pnt aboard 



Arrival Here oj Bride Ship in 1862 \ 
Was Great Day for Womanless Land 

W » ^ • . . . v_. jtBwn 



Bruiob Books snttlee hnd'rtoen before down btong won ever ibe drem musk 

^ IrtJiBwd to Ftetorto to wntcb ftt nicely, or U wUl not pleaoA 

I weia ths ship com* to. -As the procetotoo With beet wWiwl 

of W totown ftlid up from tho, ' Your. 

-7^ Z^UMWK t, .—I wiu, 

JcaitT noAlM eye at nock <d thorn. FtnoUy With tho letter- was a n*>to eop- 

te iit pr ^ forward, grasped one of umiag moasuremeni*. and further 

WmM from'them by the hand, ond drew her out mstructlons “A block lore Jacket 

.ry^ * • ^ ^fc. She did not demur Aohi.jnoWy moue to »eor ovm a 

uncmoln - tho eotored silk dr«.. mod. wUb low 

"A large number of cltlieus visited followed tin ihiee days* neck and short sleeveo . . 

Esquimau yesteriUy aril attempted happily ever otter." ORBi.REfi pkRFl'MK 

to bonid the vessel, but were gener- ,oon cooto for many On Pebruory 90. l»W. Oovonww 

ally ordered off ond relumed rom ^ Hjp jjy,„be» monied adihto a wrote "Fullowtog orders 

their fruitless errand ft* weeks .for goods un my private account, 

heoru. There was THEME FUR OPERA which please formard by the tint 

with the crew Today hundred! of BrUloh Col- »f* conveyance. Insured agaip^t 

we unrtcisund. but rH>thmg p^p,^ decent Imm -rb* nf mpture and retiure In adrlt- 

young EnglJfilF girls who landed tion to the ordlnurv sea rb*s; Forty 
In Vlctorto that day In W® yards good black Mrrtnni la pleesn 

Madame J. MafidooaM Fahey, assorted Unlngs for ladle*' dieooev; 
VtetDrto eompooer, nenstag tho rtch .two piece* swwried neot warm 
posslbUiUsa In the brtde-shlp story Ladim' Plaid four ounces Cau 
os told kg her slotor. eompoond -Hir ge Cologne tU plr«-«* wbito mualm 
Bride Ship.- which boo bean auged for ladles’ drewHes " 
with gmnt oucoson. Tlva akatora aia order for Mrs Douglas «laief 

Then Mra Bhaw relaUd. “thr girU gsimhtors of C. H. Uigrto. adiwe of ^ady Uoualasi •prritied -One binck 

were token In small boato to the -|^ D^iiy CotonIM for silk shawl; *U Habit shirts; uua 

stage In front of tbo The soctoly mnt owl *■ ■‘“^ dayk Merino dress 'wsB ni^j^ 
Government Buildings, and hero .board the Robert Lowe, and all summer shawl and ono Wuitok 

they were Uned up. two and two. o| ibe« bad oINif* of mairtage on »tawl. one dark silk bounat. ous 

like tho children of a aebool. undei, arrival. Soma oeuM choose from mt auaw bat. one straw bonnrt l« 

16 . rt-n. 0 l U>. -•«.». UUl. .61 y-.» ■>«; <»o 

. J. . » * .», t.im A of nc tarsi wt a*^ Domengers fiwm the Bk>u.vca for boy six yaars old. tws 

Tynamouth fell victim to Indian, toineai wide awake* -small 

procession Should paw ..Orest tuba wiped out naariy Di>ualai was to have Blart 

thrtr ciokhes at ,ooce. Some of mouth ^ Hnnatone with braid artaind brtlom. one blarl 

them . tot to muk Unmedl^y.- ^ with spare sum., am 

One .of the newoi.mers found a Ctoo ship gUmpaecnw » . j Miss Agner " 

husband immediately. . A lonely seas, but sha was never kweo aga^cap ^ ^ 



Bmiah Pa cinc Coast in UM3 la^ pomu. 8^ Tb* Pa Uy 
itomanlem land. Tn aH the Cuionut; 
vast exparwe of Mainland Briuab ^ matter of couree. w< 

Cohiwibto, where kOM .miners dug aboard the steamer yesterday 
for gold In ‘the sand-bars of the bad a good look at 

Canboo. there were only three or pwssengera. "niey art ci 
four wiv«. cleanly. weU-builE prrtty-looking 

Thousands of miners crowded young eromen -agea var’, _ 
Victoria during the Winter lay-oll, fourteen to an 
fUUttg the saloons, drinking, quar- 
relling. gmmblmii Many wanted 
wives and some needed them 

_ _ _ So the storied bnde-ship 'Pyne- 

Aaamaed value of psuperty baa mouth esfne to Victoria. She biouglil 
cUmbed from I 633 jg 6 at incorpoe- happiness, but sl>e **» a doomed 
aiioo to gl4.SW.ilW. At the end of ship, trailed by black Ul-tortnne. 

1M7. the total debfuture indebted- ChuicUmra In Loudon, tiowmng 
ne» was WOi.lM SmJctng funds on o( the shortage of wives in 

nand were 1145.273,^ htoklng' a BCT'the far west colonies, organised fM“' Story of the airtval wm told bf 
per capita d'^bi of U7M. British C<dumbiaEmig^uou Society. N da B. Lugrin -Mra Shew* In her 

T.AXK« STllX LOW They sent 30 girls from orphan book. ' Ptoo^ Wweu 0l 

Careful managi mrot sod sound *ftyimns ui April 17. IMa. The Island." Tha ladies were 
mveatment have created a goiKl sink- experiment was a success, so they from the Tynemouth to n 
mir fund surplus, wl^h is credited iwganiaed a larger party. brought to Victoria, 

to taxpayers In reductions. Qak Bay In .tuM lam tn* iron tuU-rbneed WASHED IMMEDIATELY 



Shoal Bay. 

The Hudson’s Bay Company held Herrick MoOregor, 
hundreds of acres of farm land in Ypree. 
tlie north part of ths arqa- _H -j^ .-haifman sj 
lem*ed s large portion to John Up- ^ 
land, and It become known as » a-* e 

“Upland's Farm." later corrupted to auspievs of oa* e 
"Uplands." 

bOO acres of undeveloped 
land are suil bdd by the Hudibn's 
Bay Company. 

With a population of less than 
300. Oak Bay beg a n thinking about 
roads, sewers, wator. light and other . 
municipal servtcra not many years ( Bpi||||||||U 

sfier the turn of the century. A j 
group of landowners organised Oak ‘ 

Bay Improvement Asaociatloo, which Ad 

led the. movement foj^ Incorpoe- 

INCURFORA'lTD IN IW« F IaSB 



19M. a petition rv- 



On May 

u#.., T#.« questing tocorporation went to tba 

NOW ioNv* TOO ^ J Pulton, provincial 

owned a large farm. Hto houM. secretary. It was signed by 103 
built In the 1860's Is sUU standing on landowners, sotnathlog lass than half 
Heron 6t.. the oldest building In Oak of 243 entitled to subscribe. Soma 
Bsy. His daughter. Mary Tod. of tha landowners lived outside 
msrrted John Bowker, who built oak Bay. The letter ol appUcaUon 
the fim rsce track on tba Willows mentioned that there were IK 
alte. adult male Brutah *aub)eeu living 

CapUin MrNell of the old Hud- in the municipality, 
ton's Bay Company ablp. Beaver. The peliUon was granted. Record* 
had. a Urge farm running to the tn the municipal olfic* tell of a 
shore of Shoal Bay I 
desigiiaticm Is McNeil Bay. 



by » people. 



SHOES 

FOR 

i.OVELY 

LADIES 



a J 3ineU Pharmacy. 



ana 



AN INSTITUTION DEDICATED TO T^IE DISPENSING OP PHYSICIANS* 

PRESCRIPTIONS AND ASSOtlATlD SUPPLIES" 

here everything thot mokes for dependability, occurocy, ond profess.onol help- 
r service — and where stocks and oppointments ore bocked by a corps of fwelve 
nocists ond many other trained and experienced assistants in every deportment. 



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To The Daily Colonist on this, the 

celebrotion of its 90th Anniversary, we 

^ . 

extend congratulotions and best wishes 
for continued success. 



glS fOtT ST. — In the Pembartoo Buddlna. Our tovriy. n#w «nd. 

what w« bsbava to ba, tha know prstertpHan 
Phermocy In Coneds. 

1#1s •ROAB'-Our csmplatsiv aqu«ppsd Siwgkol Supply Stor* 
(elto In tha Pan*ba»ton ButUlnB.1 

1SBI -fhff modarn Pratc/qilian Brarwh Stora Un tha 

ScoHord Building ) 



or corcerist 



signed . with oU the comfort 
features yoO demond in good 
shoes ond . . . moderately 
priced, too! 



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Next Odor to Stroith's 



Smart MaSam Dalitwy Sarriea ta Iraty Sactiea al Craalar Vktofia 





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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. B C.. SUNDAY, DECEMB^ 12, 19^ 



Colonist Knew of Boer War Victory 
Full Six Hours Before War Office 

jDailg (Colonis^ ’ * ; 

|A Fac-simile CJRONJE C APITULAtLS 



Elarly Nineties 



Members of Colonist Editorial Department m 



Put Up for Auction 

TletorU'B at? IcAl VM o<* 
{•nil tor >uctkm tti iMA »ft«r 
SheniX had U 

uodar a diatnai warrant, tn 
taUafacUon of a Jtalsment 
acalnst tha dt? lor k«aJi ooM 
A number of gu b li c ^^ ii tad 
at Um aale fuaranD>«d 



•nu DaUy OotooM aoortd mu of 
tho biuret “beatt" to 
Offwepaper htetdr? vben H 

Oo>eral Croo)e*i »urTPnd«?f to ttoe 
Boer War, before the newa lwas ere« 
kni vn to the Britlah War Otfice to 



peym^nt of aO charu*. 
the aeal wae ratumed to 
trtompb to lu rl«btful eue- 



Londoo. 



Better 

Than 



Once Common 
lWorkinfi;Bees 
Thing of Past 



Colnn.M otoce for The Canadian ' 

Harry Davy had cleared buaUieea . ' 1 ' •3‘ 

to the local ofllce early to the mom- o.. 1 L?** ''.'t " T.‘ . . 

Inf of Pebniary Tl. IMO; had locked ^ ’ 3 ■■ In 

up and wae on hi* way home when ^ ■ 

Olbbona, rtdlnf a bicycle, caufht -- ‘ ^ 

to knw*prBm*ha/e«^^ all Above fa a portion of the from pafc of The Co loniet headline ot 

Althoufh told that the paper had “ ’ 

fot ererythtof. Charlie aaked Davy rtoftog to no time at all and then that be board the aeveland ae far 
to letum to Trounce Alley, aaytof be j , eongratulatory memige to down the Birali a» poeeiWe, work 

had a Mp on an Important deretop-lyj^ Office to London, |f“t to gaiherlng eUiriee and hare 

ment. Ilw tip ^ «»e effect' omci ! ^ 5** 

- - - - • — ' BBAT-TBE WA» I FFit oft the ihlp M U drew near Otter 

the War Office recelred p^. . , ajto,k- i»nd. Davy 



fyantoh pioneera were neighborly 
people, aaya an old-timer of the 
! dlatilct. They all knew one another. 
*and groupe d together for work and 
play. -Worktog beee" were eoenmon 
I until fairly recent Umee. 

*lt didn't matter whether a man 
Iwaa black or white ■— If he wee 
I stuck bulldtof a bam. everyone 



helped out 



When 

Mayor Bayward'e congreluleitone. ^x^t* with the llivemaa 

It eerms tu Import wasn't readily the Oovemmeni wire 

grasped, end the eU^ wae not con- their atorlee from there 

Armed by London until eU hours victoria. 

iSror.ESTFD ntlNQ BIBI^ 

That wae one of the Oolonlits _ ^ .n j„v., ik« 

build up e ^r . 

h***^J^^ eend one of the men 

happened this jr. L where be wej to get 

CtOLD WA® NEBi 1 neat to the ot>eretnr and tf the 

' The etory of great gold Unde to -^i^nderer landed there he wae to 
the Klondike had been fiasited about ^ ^ to the Bxemtonr The 

the world and Unee IntereaC had ^jQ^ to be the Bible, startlnc 
'rJrcadr been etacked up when It-^th the tittX cheptef of Oeneala. 
became known that the firet treaeurr j Lkm. after eeeerml da ye* 

ship with some of the lucky ®^f*.«aiUi»g tor Uw Cleeelaad near Cap# 
'wee on the way eouth. Plwttery. put the Examiner men 

became the headquarUrs of many ahip. where , they found 

newimen, eager to get the etortea ^ reporter, who had been 

I from the Se. Cleveland as she en- ^ Klondike by the Bxaml- 

' tered the Strait of Puca, teturnlng home. So 

I naturally there wae a lot of rival- wanted, ae she 

iry. The AeeocUted Prem. logethcr p*rtlcular» worth while 

I with the Ban Prancleoo Chronicle ^ ^ Cleveland 
. ««1 Cll. h»l Chw.^ , hMVr 

,,iug to Nofthweet . w*t*re, ^- tfj.u numiiirri ihe-Bea Lkin-racad aa 
Wanderer, to Import Ov^ she rould end put the news- 

jldown to Cape Flattery, where the ^^ore at Otter Point, from 

I reportere were to board the treas^r 



Surprlec partlm were a regular 
feature of oM-ttroe aoclal life. A 
group of resldente would drive from 



one end of Saanich PentoruU to the 
other, load'a piano on a wagon, and 

fii end's 



descend en meeae upon e 
hotise. 

The Do(ed colored fiddler, Fred 
Alexander, often played for old- 
time dancing at these paatlea. In hu 
youth he attended balU and Uetened 
to the band. Next day he could 



w««i: D- . 

^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 1 He waeoot eeeklng gold, but “A fellow said, 'Now's your chance.' 

1/^ga wlAABklhauhng Vlcloria-buUl river Steam- and Hoed fired. Soapy Smith f^w 

V ftlPPRIl \iOlOniSl IVCdClCr lere to Skagwey vU Whitehorse and one knee, ew^ And shot Reed 
T V/ 1 - ^ W ^ Bennett. Traneporled to ple<>s ^ They took Bmlth to Clancy e 

^ 9 w WA '■'W® for re-aasembly In the norlhiand. j Saloon, and he died about «l8ht 

O _ _ - \\ I Iw A,rh* hnete were nulled and packed I o'clock. Reed lived about t«^^ hours 



wnieue evvr, ^ We^t^rn Onion office. 

FALSE GENER081TT where there wae nothing to add. Bo 

One lady made a practice of he had gone after Harry Xlavey. 
bringing a ham to eurprlae parUee TRIED MONTREAL, CANSO 
-but It wae etricUy for display reopened hie Ule-i 

Not being ae deeply Imbued w»th Vancouver 

the “sharing- tradition m some or ^ ^ ^ ^ p\ngtt<l through to 

her nelghbore. she made sure ‘V where there wee an'- «^d 

would not be used. working on the wire. There wae 

She cooked the hem for only y^hing in Montreal. So Caneo. 
minutes, and covered It with dovee uj, Atlantic cable comes 



^rden gate and picked up hiacopy am. And Mr. SUtoberg U always jiMg Bkegwey 
ef The Dally Colonist. waiting. 1 

Commonplace? Thousands of To a reporter #ho rode the clmrta- . 

•Cher people do the eame. but Mr. Uon car to Interview him. Mr. Steln- 
•t^berg la no ordinary subscriber. «>‘rg admitted that he was “fudg- 
To begin with, he fetches his paper tog" a UUle o® the 5a-yoar figure. 

M < 90 a.m.— unusual enough in U- Alaska and the Yukon i 

aML Abo. he is M yean old. and to gold rush days! 

he has been taking The CfjlorJ^t igpg_but he paid for two years' 
tor to years. _ m advance, and gave 

The mari «lv* dr*_’vr^ h‘* p-^fT for the paper to be de- 

WM W. 0. Kersey. Saanich coun- j,vered to We fiancee. Mise McOU- 
efllor and fruit grower, who has R now hU wife, 

driven to mllee dally to deliver l«thfuUy that the 

The coloniet to Keel^ ever since ^a, be«, te the family for 



and escorting newcomers to the Soapy Smith e ooys ouin i givt 
notorious Clency's aalooHj wh.-r- trouble." 

they best them end robbed them of Things are quieter now fn 
their '‘stake.’* J Steinberg. Although bis adve 

There wae only one United 8Utes ‘“« ^ ^ ^ 

marshal to the • town, and the 

Soapy smith gang had a free rein. |[»^« He r«ul. The Colonbt 

A^oup of IndlinaDt dOzep. fi- 
iially assembled and decided to end | *T take first look at the 
the terror. They placed a number ^ Un«." he eays. “then my wife 
of whlM balls and one black ball in I to sec It." 

a box. Then they drew loU to see^ Mn. stetoberg reads page 
who was to have the task of shoot - 1 the obituaries and itewi of weC 
tng Smith. land vtsJUws to Victoria. The 

Mr. Steinberg was among those ■ passm the paper back lo her 
who drew. He pulled out a white band, who makes lor the 

j news. Re also reads ebituarle 

“A tall fellow, name of Reed, got ^ myt: 
the black ball. The ship, the CityJ "AH the old-timers aiw- 
of Besttle, wss coming to. Someone Pretty soon there won't be any 
pointed out Soapy Smith to Reed, to put to The Colonist." 

He was looking up st the ship— It Mr. Steinberg takes two or 

'wss blsck with people. Reed stoodjhours to I 

[for about half a minute and looked, ithe paper during the day, 

‘He was sbout 40 feet swsy. t — . 



^ce three-day- tssk. The anniversary was wo 
I. Of edition will supply him with bonus ' Murray. 

newspaper far# for half a Winter. 1 wouldT 
fotog. Mr Steinberg dote not hold the 'he said, 
n^' “oldest subsenber” record, how- 

lever. Among l 

_ three i to-year-old Herbert Kent. 338 

Reed stood ' hours to browse through the rest of j Douglas 

r-.--. -I—--.. ' .L Hs rsadsi — — • -- ' 

the whole Sunday paper— a two or a subscriber for g3 years. 



Chsi^e ordered the story snd bogt by Its rlvsls Tlie city editor 

sh^ of him Is rushed back to the office to get ©f the Examiner, with four reporters. 

the mske-over of had come to Victoria snd told hU 
,L«u*«. who has been slthc front page. In the meantime uoubles to Harry Davy. 

I resident of Victoria for M years and [he had phoned Mayor Charles Hay- suggested, knowing he had chsiie^ 

ward, who-4iad the church bells a slower boat than the Wanderer. 



He back— with frostbite 

scars which M .jears .have not 
erased. He bad been tramping 
“the trail of 'M.“ spending nlghu 
in s sleeping bag to the snow dur- 
ing below-sero weather, snd lub- 
elstlng on hard rations. 



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Persian lombs, beautiful dyed moutons and tapins, etc 

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Engraving 
Bookbinding 
Picture Framing 
Pens ond Pencils 
Greeting Cords 
Gold Stamping 



Stotionery 



Lending Librory 
Office Supplies 
ond Furniture 
Accountirtg Systems 
Artists' AAatcriols 
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Ladies’ Cricket Team Entertained Victorians in 



*1^ fin chief WM ordered toi 
j, cop U llroi. ond fore- 
men ond aailcUnU wero to w«or 

froi.'_: t<i T»i..i -r' F”? 

tho boord cd d«leg»l«». pfMcrtbed 
WM block cooto. block hoU. 
•nd o belt with the grodo of tbolr 
p^ted OQ. Otdlnory fireinon 
vote red ohlrUi trouoen. 

The three, componles dUbooded 



First Modernization of Fire Deparlraenl 



1. 1M«. Pire Chief C. J 



Rdllli»^ with oaeuunt cH.rt 
Thomoe Deoey <who lotor ouc- 
ceeded him oo chlefi orgonixed « 
ifniid No flromon grew 

rich then. The chief received l''X) 
o yeor; the oeslitonl. 1300: three 
tompopy foremen I16.3S o mooih 
eoth. three driver*. tlOO o yeor; 
and t# tioHt men, S14 

o month. 



Cntputy aucoeeded Phillips cni 
-for 14 yeo». Chief Thomaa 
replaced him in lOOl. In 
there were five halls. 31 offi- 
cers and men. 17 horam, two *ieam 
;nre engUie*. on 
j chemical 

! chemical and hoM wagons. 



aerial ladder, a 
engine, two combined 
a huae 

carriage artd a buggy for' the chief. 
The beginning of innaition from During the regime of Fire Chief 
the old to^thc new in Victoria’s file- in 1910 the dipartment 

fighting «<|uipmem is shown in fb*' bought it» ftrai piece of molorued 
upper photo. Motoriration of the ^ smaU roadster auto- 

a_ch.„.l.;.. unk. N«. 



year the deportment began to pen- 
won off it* horses.' The Pnlrfleld 
Road station 4ras the font to use 



«e. Wat an interesting feature of old' Victoria. This 
Hunter-OgiWie bred polo ponies and mastiff dogs, 
strongly behevtng ih fresh milk, imported a cow for 



plcturtaed form for on ^ogemeni Denote the fact that It woo OhrUt- 
for the anUre week, atartlng Mon - 1 mas Eve, and a Monday at that, 
day at 9 o'clock- there *a* a full house, every mem- 

"It 1* ‘Mother Knows Best.’ and ber of Uiejiudienee having 'ditched’ 
It has been given s plcturttation by other engagement lh‘ order to hear 
Fox Films that ks said greatly to thu laieal triumph of -ttivenUoii. 
enhance 14 drama. ..14 genulneneas which bid* fair to eclipae radio and 
and all else. ‘ the stars of Hollywood In the course 

Very different In tone was the g| th* next decade, 
review which appeared In The Col- Impression gained had 

ontol on Christmas Day. ’ i nothing to do with the story, which 

TAKE8 A PANMSO was nH-dlocre -nough In every sen** 

"Yesterday afternoon . . the of the* word The plot was laid 

first ‘Ulkle’ was shown in Victoria around ilie varieiy staga, with IM 
. u usual »l»o4 of ail uverdreaaed man- 



constant menace in 



Fire waa a 

the wooden town, and numerous 
alanns kept the amateur firemen 
Jumping A big proportion of the 
town’* male population belonged 
U> the. fire companle*. J?'he com- 
panlca served a social purpose, tou. 
Red-ahlrtA] firemen and decorated 
apparatus paraded on May 1. and 



giuishing their teeth in Uie wlnga. 
what time an underfed •hero lears 
nls hair Ui the dressing room. But It 
was a shock. If nothing less, to bear 
ihe mother of the heroin* giving 
good advice u> »«r daughter just 
before she goes on. 

"It la alUi this slu>ck. which nyii- 



Uorjse iS (lined 



Tham a* chief. John Malowanskl. 
a*w*l*nl. and D. W. Higgins, later 
publisher of Tlie Colt^t. presiding 
executive of delegates 



Bucket brigades sllnglnr water, Hudspna Bay Company 
from wells and from the Inner Har- 
bor ‘fought Victoria s early ftrea. 

Prom those hU-or-mls» amateur 
flame-chasers of colonial days has 
developed the preeent force of 
trained, well-equipped professionals 
who speed out with sirens shrieking 
seconds after the alarm. 

When flames swept a building 



over 

from the three comj>anl«. 

(iOT HTEAM Pt'MPF.R 

was raised by 
purchase a steam 
It came from England and 
Vancouver Island duty- 



making live oemana lor $3,900 

donation to 

'ja ease of Are. partlre not p\unp*r. 

■operty in immediate dan- <>j)tered 
Ire will do the greatest {ree. Leather hose in use had to be partm^iu was fu 
I going all at once to the’gtvrd continually to keep It from ^re two halls, 
roU out the engines^ . . •'*. cracking. The first rubber and ran- street and 111 
'NITS ORfiANIZtU ,vaa hose came from San Francisco swanich Road. 7 

• went to San FrancUco *•*” c&n. ' 

00 and bought two hand The bovr^ of cklcgates In 1878 eommumeonoii 
and leather h»e fastened agreed to pay for candles, gas. cujU In L^uunai 
with copper rivew. Three oil. maters, cotton ws*«e. lamp Slancnmbe has 
companies were organ- wick*, bucket*, scrub bru*hc.i. chief and poUct 
nion Hook and Ladder healer*, coal, firewood, rtpalrs. ment was forn 
•, Deluge Engine Company rope*, ullow. ibrrhes. lanterns and are three full' 
id Tiger Engine Company ^.latlonery. It cost ro«)ney to be a flve policemen 

fireman Uien. The departmen 



presented on any stage. 



street With'That 
700 BLOCK, , FORT ST 



Looking out on Fort Street now with its r»ew 
surface and numerous new shop fronts, the 
shop con^t help reminiscing over the seven 
short years it has been associated _with the 
steody progress and improvement until now it 
is one of the nicest blocks in the City of Vic- 
Naturally-we ore^proud of our growth 



toria:-NaturaHy-we ore^proua uui yiwwi.. 

and progress yrhich has forced us into larger 

Our new home is in 



and modern premises 
keeping with our surrroundings of this vast im 
proved city block and we ore proud to be par 



Of Service to the Public 
of Victoria 



We wish to thank the people of Victoria and 
Island for their post potronoge and hope that 
we will continue to hove the pleasure of'serv- 
ing you in the future. 

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With Christmas only a few days away the shop 
is thinking of moil orders and deliveries which 
ore given special attention. ^ 



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business thot is building for the future must grow old vigorously— 
and we are happy to think that this is one of the terms that may be 
most appropriately opplied to the growth of the Standard Furniture 

Company. 

Founded by the lote Mr. A. S. Denny in a smoll, single store on Pandora 
Av^e, it grew under his able direction until three years ogo and is now 
conducted by his sons, Thomas ond Roy Denny, on the some principles of 
inr^nrifv ond heloful service on which it was four^ded. 



sive Furniture and Furnishing establishment in the Province. Its Principals 
ond Stoft olike toke o keen interest ond pteosure in their job of pro- 
viding everything that makes for the Home Beautiful and especially in the 
port they hove J2sen...pnyfl#^ pfoX!n-»toftw>ft«ff w rnony 
in estoblishing happy homes in our CttyofKl oil over Vancouver Islond. 



From 0 single employee in 1912 the stoff has increosed in only JO yeors 
to seventy-five, with specially-trained and long-experienced men ond women 
ot the head of every deportment, and o stoff of Professionally-Troined In- 
terior Dccorotors freely ot the service of the Homemoker. 

The Standard Furniture Company owes mikh of its success to judicious Ad- 
vertising and tokes this opportunity of congrotuloting The Doily Colonist on 
its wonderful growth ond its help towards Stondord'i'Vuccess. 






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|R®'^T'S 4 ' far cry back to the dirt road days of 1858 
when The Colonist made its first appearsiKe in 
1^55^ Victoria as The British Colonist It’s a Ur cry^ 
too, back to the days of 1860 when the first gaslights were 
lit in Victoria by the Victoria Gas Company, the original 
Forerunner of what became the B.C. Electric. 



Down through the years The Colonist and B.C. Electric have 
both been through pcriods'^of prosperity, trial and tribulation. 
But these were the growing p4ins of all developing com- 
munities in this wonderful Province so generously endowed 
by Nature, and it is with pride that ^ve look back -and 
reflect that it was an honor to have been a “partner in 



progress 



Victoria has come a long way since those days of the mud 
streets and the hansom cab. The pages of The Colonist 
have recorded the steady growth of the city during the past 
90 years and they havfc also recorded a companion story of 
the development of your public utility company in supplying 
through high times and hard the essential services which 
have paced the growth of Victoria and its hinterland. 



Nowadays our company Is in the midst of the greatest con- 
centrated program of improvements and expansion known in 
its history-^he $50,000,000 postwar plan which got under 
way in 1945. Although planned to extend over a ten-year 
neriod this oroeram is now far ahead of schedule in matching 



ij the vital services we produce and we are pleased 

to join with The Colonist in its anniversary celebrkiion and 
coritinue with it the march onward in the name of progress. 



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6. A Coast piontor was tbit hfdro unit at Goldstrsam which ga*s 

Vktoria its first power froA water. Shown nn4«r conetnMtion in 1900 this 
plant recotsed nationwide attentkm hecaoee englnters qoeetionod whether 
power could be tranimitted at 60,000 trolla over fhe 12-mile route baiwaan 

thlt.vldl tbc ISO-iiiile haul from Bridf* 
Rivrr to VaacouTcr whkh was acrompBahed with the new B.C.B- plant as 



4. ”Ottt with the old— in srith the new** might be the caption for thie parade 
of Brill buece which marked the first thipment of postwar equipment to be. 
received in Victoria hi June. 1946, for the ctart of the renovation program 
m change the citf'a transportatioa eye te m to an aU4ms setup. 



Top:— This wae Oovemment Street about 1900. Looking north near the 
corner of View Street whh the Victoria Boot and Shoe Manufactory build- 
ing and the oW Poet Office on the left Note the early vintac* «reet ear- 
open ended — and the hansom cib stand in the middle of the street 



1. Another mileetone in the conversion prograas af mode mirin g tbs rity's 
tranaportation system la this pict^ of Cook Biraar alttr the railway tracks 
had been Sftad. Once a constant source of irritation tn dty ftSiert bacanat 
of iM hanrdoue travthog surface Cook Street is now one of Vktoria’a fineet 

highway 



1. A view of the Inner Herbor hi 1905 when the Causeway was s bridge 
screes the tMel mudfltis which later bscams the Emprtas Ifottl aita. 



7. The main source of Victoria's power supply today— the hydro riactift 
plant at Jordan R i ver. It first went into production hfl912 and over a ueiwavfc 
of more than 45 rnUae of Wgh tensien knee aonde 17.000 borsepawdr to Vk- 
toria for demeatk and cosamorciai dktribution. 



0. The mao whose daily job keeps the Vieforia houeewila living In fhe com- 
forts a# alactrical fivhig— the tmaman. In afl woethar and cohdRi» 

kis la the taA of atrvidng the distri b o tl c n syetem to bwp an uaintern^ai 
flow ef ala ctrid ty going into the todaatrial plant and the demsetk blirbeo. 



I '*rwaa song" of Victoria's street railway s y s te m. A ptclare ef the 
which took pert hi the last ride of Victoria's last street car. from the 
oW Beervr Hill leroihMia to the car bans, on July S, l^'yoar. 



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One of ihe many large tcow« of ihe ItUnd Tug & Barge Limited alongside 
the Company’s wharf so conveniently situated near Viciona's business centre. 



Work ill 



Derricks of Ihe Island Tug & Barge Limited at 
Victoria's Inner Harbor j 



Large Floating 



ISLAND NAVIGATOR 



ISLAND COMMANDER 



A Complete Harbor 
Coastwise and Deep- 
Sea Towing Service 



This Victorio company, estoblished nearly a quarter 
of a century ago, has grown to be one of the most 
completely equipped of its kind on the Pacific Coast. 
For the service of its customers 0 modern ond effici- 
ent floating plant is maintained, consisting of 14 
Tugs; 40 Plot Scows; 2 Floating Steam Derricks; 2 
Special Oil Scows; 9 Ocean-Going Log and Chip 
Borges, together with numerous pumps and salvoge 
equipment. A well equipped repair plonf is olso com- 
pon/owned. 

Principal services offered ore: Transporting logs by 
oceon-going borges. Log towing by Davis ond flot 
raft. Lumber transporting by borges and scows, 
transporting wood chips for ihe pulp and paper in- 
dustry by ocean-going barges, transporting wood 
chips by speciol scows in inland waters, oil trdnspbr- 
totion, towing send, gravel, coal and general cargo, 
towing and docking vessels, floating derrick service 
for dredging and other purposes, and marine salvage 
work of ail kinds. 



ISLAND PLANET 



ISLAND ROVER 



ISLAND RUSTLER 



burrard chief 



Mr. Harold B. Elworthy, pr^ident and founderofihc 

the^gtoaf soT^dgeT)usrhess. OfFeTmef^^rs 
of the Boord of Directors ore: William D. McLaren 
(vice-president), Arthur B Elworthy, Henry Foss, 
Kenneth L. Patton, Oliver 
. M. Prentice (Scc.-Treosurer) 

N. Turner is Marine Super- * 
intendent ond G. S. Whiting 
ond W. E. Roskelley, des- 



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ISLAND IMF 



ISLAND CHAMPION 



ISLAND TROOPER 



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Province 



Forests, Nines and Sea 
Produee Island’s Rielies 



Island Plays Part in Country’s Economy 



Log[ging Camp On West Coast of Vancouver 



Brltuh Colw^* otun been couver t» >econd tin 

called the province ot OestUv). Be- poruince and a«ricuUur« followi 
cause 6( her nearljr unlimited tu- mlntOR 

tural rwourcea »he may one day Maraetcd value ol BC fehenei u 
become the rteh«T province m the 1W7 »as 260.000, an all-Ume rec 

Domimon. prevtoua rtford to 1045. Of ih 

Today the people of BriiW a», re*pi.na»bl 

kunbia are workir^ to fulfil 135260,000 or si>me 60 per ceni 

dealiny of ihelr provltw* by eaich aaa valued at 113 

opui* and exvendmp Uir natural re- halibut, 65.040.000 

HOuixes which aurround Uiem.ln the _ ‘ 

,tomW. in the rich #oil oC^wusandi . , , ' , 

of acre* of arable land. In live PoCUy' The BriuMi CoiuniUia IWyiuf 

hearu of the mouiUaiu* and m Jhe diniry provides rmpk.ym.rn Ic 

nahing ground* of! the coaat. I2‘)00 pe.^.tu and it u e.ti 

bulk of the people in the province 

of the world* Crt^erce each year reuucikm plai.ta 0 

what they are able to extract and rl.scwhere o 

■process from iWa atorr of wealth. mau> milhciw . 

Last year workeiw In the lour dolUrs 
baaic industries produerd nearly pn.vtrtce* futung gn.uiM 

halt a bllhun dullirr!.' worth ot .f,. leiutihi-ned bv ihr >>pra«lti 



v.u»ua»uM. laKjMed bv 

^Prom a record cut of 4.000, O<».0O0_^,nj demand:., it wo.% 30 million dm- 
boatd feet of lumber tn 1047. the greater Lead pioducuon at 

province's 1.300 wnrklng nulls mip* s46.950.OOO - »a-> nrnriy double llie 
piled more Mum half of CAiiadah 1946 figure Copper, lode gold and 
needx. «nr advaiirwl fl5.2iHi.oo» over the 

.Ttui record cm • resulted in an lotii prudurtU'it level 
unparalleled g3"d6,ooo,ooo Meld nf Tlie toial ompvu ol the imniiig 
Io«tglng. lumbering' and pulp and iiidustiy la-'l yroi was »uo,oooo0b. 
IMiper m:inufarturr tn British Co- In 1S3« it wa' $«4 4H..64l 
lumbta during the year rhoURh Vaiu'>uver telands toh* 

Oversew* .aluimientji r«l .um toet trib uMo n to agrt enitut ai produrumi 
fr«>m BC. in 1047 aiuuunied td W n’m V. great propnrnunaleTy as 
'1.100 OOO.OQO board 'feet, or ,jin ui> that »f tire n-maindrr of the prnv« 



crease uf 4Ag peV cent over IMS 



It ncvcrthele.v- coiieldetwWe, 



Shipments were yirnde to 20 cuun- Total luvvnu'ial 
tne«. inchidmg the United Kingdom (tuciibn m 1047 a 
i744,80J.618 Africa ■ '6‘Mi.>ilS poootg) This tom 
‘AaltMlhi '^ISl&rtseO'. H.dland ‘63,- |ju„ „t $73.74«.S 
$12. VM' Chinn « 48.426, OWt.. Egypt. |t;4 485.55) m 1938 
Pjilesime. Aratus '28.4.S0.573'. , , , „ 

FTniice .26 I06$84'. We.M Indie* * " 
.18.934.420.. and New Zealand >15.- 
382 156, lions share value 

' l>ej)endenre of British CuhimbiHi.*- Fruit en.p 

,on loreei wealth ran be examined $22500 000 Kaihv 
iHUii anutlwr angle (<iws valued at $1 

To produce uiie.inllhon bourd feet $16,323,000. Imrsef 
of lumber eight men are required. $2.3p'2.003. «heep. 
These eight hflV^ a tnlAl, on the $1,893,000. fowl. $ 
average, of 18 dependent wx.rkrrr ki yr. $496,000 
who are directly served by 12 more- More 



woman and child in the foreground are typical too (or the 
day has passed when camps were exclusively man’s do* 
main. Whole families are following their men to the woods. 
This picture was taken at Tasis. Vancouver Island. 



people live— close to nature, often with tree stumps lining 
their boulevards. 'and always with the knowledge that they 
are helping to provide the wealth that is making the area 
west of the Rockies one of the richest in the world. The 



scene in this province. It is a logging 



This is a common 
CAinp hewn out of the woods, but it might just as well 
be $ mining village or the beginning of a mill town. It 
tells the slorv of how thousands of British Columbia 



Logging Camps Jhow Well Do Yoli Know Your Trees? 



Mmii en.oiwnoa egg* were 
rhiiiped by IlC fKrmrri In 1947 tii 
help feed the people of Orest 
'BrlUii. 

! BlggrfU MiiRle Agriruliural ares tv 
hocnled )n »he Kio'er Vsll*)', flood* 
*it>va|rd tniA year whirh exlen.lv in 
•S fsn-l*haprd dells from west of 
Hr>pe to Mve river in.njih and Ui* 
fiaU nf Ladner l.ulu Inland and Res 
Island. 

t Despite an rrer*lnrieaviiig gram 
acreage, BC had to buy from Al- 
berta la-d year' 107.038 tons of 
wlieat. 61.095 ton* of oata. 46.29B 
, ton* of .-barley and 33.M5 tons of mill 
feed. 



Sidra of Ihe twiK Each cone. Iialf 2240 pounds iht 1.000 
I inch long and containing aix comparUon to 3.749 
fruiting scales, mitcre.*. In one year.DousU..- fir 
and reli iiu«ny *mab M*ea«. Tlie.vc BnUsti Columbia t 
are scattered by two nanow, mem* mrrrs make exccUri* 
'branouK wings. , 

I Twenty per ceni. nl the merchant- . 

'able limber of the Priivinre Is red . ti 

cedar, ami ovat tba |xut ten .years 
II ho* made up more than 2C per 
|ceiit of the (unber rut. ^ 

i$5KSTEKN IIE51MH K x , 

I For a great many , year? western' 
jherol'Kk was the least apparriated 
of our Coasa trees because it wa*) ^uH|E||L 
ImUiakctily idauuAad with a ^TTBr 

j*pL.ed eastern tree of the tame I » v 

jname. Its propertiea are entirely * 



There are between 60 and 70 iiii- as pole* ai.d lead Cabinet sal 

portsnt commercial spectra of wood makers have long found it valuable an 
on tlie lumber market today Tltc 
miAt Abundant found on Vancouver 
Island are Ih.ugliui Hr. western 
hemlotS ind western red cedar 
Over la^r lyrtt oT CrhUi Coluni- 
bla'a mercliahlable standa U com- 
p«iaed of Douglas hr. It L% rhe tallest 
tree In Canada and. with Ihe ex-, 

<cepUon of the California redwood,, 

;la Mie largWRi on the comment. Al- 
< though few are found over 400 yea/a 
old. .some Uouglaa fir giants have, 
been known lo reach 700 years uf 
age. 

Each kind of tree thrives in Us 
own peculiar set nf condtUons Doug- 
laa fir. for example. » a remarkably 
healthy species. It di^e.v not suffer 
In adltlon to these logging esmps. fmm insect pr.xts and fungus du- 
Forest Products have a pjtsfK Uie *ume extent other* do 
It Is one of the heaviest, hardest 



community with a school taking 
grades 1 to 12 and a community hall 
U Is closer In Port Renfrew Utaii] 
Bear Creek Camp, the company's J 
second operation. 

The Renfrew Logging Division em* 
ploys 146 men and Is entirely a rail 
operation. Both dlvtrlons vOUt fir, 

, hemltxk and balsam as well as some 
I cedar and spruce. 

I at rowu HAN 



suung out over a iireteh oi morcj 
than 45 miles from Englewood, 
located cm Beaver Cove in Br»>ughtun 
Straits, to the unbroken lorest wil- 
derness of the Wfrts lake country 
•nils extends souUiward into the 
klurhalat lake umberland. close 
«o the boundary of Strathcona Piwk 1 
The company operates over '36^ 

Biles of mainline railroad which the BC. 

will eventually extend over M mllct.|Cowlchan Logging Division, ihe two 

Railroading handles about two- main camps being at Caycuse and atronrest of British Columbia 
thirds of Ihe division's production.! Nlilnat where a total of nearly 150 wcxmIs and ia wad exten.uvely In 
unifk Uicfflna the other third. Theimen are employed, wliurf conalrucUon and for many 



Savwaril Forest Timlier 
Totals Three Billion Feet 



a««l*rV l«si»« 

lumber. Considerable quantities are 
used in producing barjels. box shook 
and sashe.x and doora 
. F.xceedingly rich tn tunic arid, the 
bartt of western hemlock is an im- 
portant source of tanning extract 
The color of the bark Is reddish 
brown and the surface preaenu a 
rough exterior, broken by ahallow 
.furrowM and scaly ridges. 

blunt leave* vary con- 
They a're dark 



The BC. ForcAt Service admims- fir L<»ggmg has been carried on m 
ter* S3 forest re.verves throughout the area since 1889 when bull teams 
Brtttsli Columbia, one of which i* skidded h>r« dr>wn u., Kik Bay 
the Bnyward forest, named after the ||AI> WORHT EIRE 
Ule William P. Saywarri. who was Vancnuvei Islands mort 

a Vancouver Island pmneer log|f$ ^rrlou* fire atnrted in the Bayward 
and sawmill operator. forest. Begu-.iung chiae to Campbell 

LylRf immediately north of take U s-wept southeast for 40 lulks. 

Campbell River, the Bayward for- qrairtiying 75.000 arrea of Umber 
of $18 square During the height of the m* 

estgbllsl.rd in 1929 smoke and ashrs clouded thd 

‘sky as far south as Portland. Ore- 
gon. 366 miles away The fire wlu 

AlUl smouldering one year after- it 

Iprt, a permit la required to li'*''’^l.atsrted. 



heaviest conslructioo work 



“ The fiat, 
jaidersbly in fise. 
green on the upper side with pale 
» Mine* underneath. The smoil rones. 

> which rarely rxered one Inch in rat cover* an area 
|0 length, are reddk-n brown and uau% miles and was 
^ ally hang down frr>m the iwtg. The to ensure a 1 

scale* are long and narrow and are Mmbqr for the future 
coated with a hghj^ colored down on time as forest closure* are in ef 
_t^ uapet su r fye.. 

WesTSCT h*wl^‘^'fe^ w w»i«iS3 
WB*Se^ine ^ ttie ^»t"viuree* nf 
lU wood and t* used in the mak 
and high 



WMitta R»4 («*•' 

for cedar rhest* as ii.v slight aroina 
has been pruveti distasteful to motlw. 
Th e ihm bark I* divided by shal- 



low groove* into broad ridges wliicli . ^ M ^ 

break Into long loo-e shreds. These V 

icaiv be pulled- Irulu Ih* umJt iOy , ™ ^ 

ntt^hk- «faPt>fovfr '’anC^"^ 

fa-M means of lrlrnuncull«»n eomparallrelr.W 

Arranged like fiat sprays, the grain and 1* od»rl 
Ifollage I* made up «$-*ma$l. over* lightneax makes it 
'lapping, scaly leaven wt xm oppcv ite'able for shipment 



kraft wrapping 
newsprint. 



Value of Province's .Natural Resources 



(!om|}arative 



Tlie three ma|r) 
features of the Bayward are thw 
Prince of Wile* range, lying be- 
tween Bear River and KeUey Bay; 
the Halifax range, a serie* of low- 
lying hllU between little Bear Bay 
and Bear River, and Menue* Moun- 
tain. reaching a maximum elcval^a 
of nearly 4.000 feet. 

As part of Its chain of some 100 
Are protection lookout* throughoug ) 
the province the Pbresi Service ha* 
leaUbibihed three spoumg slatloa* 
iln the area. 

loiSTIlirT OPEMNO tP 

The whole diatnrt fci oponlng up 
more and more to tourtat trafBo 
and accommodation Is available in 
lor near the forest. There la abund- 
ance of game and Ash alcM to th# 
iuiree main lakes The Campbell 
iRlver, world famoua tor Ita trou4 
and* salmon Ashing, cuU through 
the southeast comer on It* way to 
iihe sea. 

j The fh»t tfk*)o# hydro-eleetili 
project 0 $ the BC. Power Commle- 
sloQ eTnaD*tes from the dutrlcl and 
■km emanatee froan Um dietrtet andl 
when Anally eoapletcd wUl deliver 
UOjOOO horeepower lo the induMiee* 
towa* and vlffaiwi e< the UMBd 
• The Bayward Paeast flcatrve la 
not open for agrteulUire. Logglog 
toperaUona art being carried cot by 
iprlvaie coneams but they da nog 
'affect the atathi of tha land tteetf. 
|The fermt li heM kf the PtwvimM 
lOeverntnent la the aam ef tha 



flSHINe. 



FORCSTgy 



Single employeea are hou»ed In In- trailer method and opergle* about 

dlvldu.. room.. mli« ot rood. ‘ ,UrA 

m.lcl; 10 tunlly TioSM »nd • in addition to thN« tetdird mtu- lunlBhM a 

120 men. Prodoetlon, which l»j three tubaknary companlea. The**- * ' 
pracUcaUy all hemloek. totals be- are-Morthweai Bey Lqggu^ Co., wrn r-*nAR 

tween two and three mlUkm feet perl Nanooee Bay. Iron River Logflni,'^*‘‘TF.Rh Raw i aiiaw 
pionth. It la fold to Ihe BC. Pulp cotnpany at Campbell Rlvw and. ThereJ la a de Anita life history j 
knd Paper Company at Port Alke. Kennedy Lake Lining at Ucluelet attached to every apeclea of 
four oillw awav^tor*p4lirprooeMlng-;on the Weal Ooaft. Tbair oombtned BrtUah Columbia'* weaurn red cedar., 
ECBAI.I.»$ LOCOINO number of employee. I. nearly 

Zeballoa. which Aral came^ Into roan and UiMr output^ trana- carvrt been re- 

prominence a* a goM ftilfie town oa ihe^^ of Ufe." 

ins, la now plotting her eoiurae road*. Columbia is Ob only, 

*Uh the logging li^uatry. ! Vanc^ver laland* logging province which b*S claim' 

Manning Timber iWlUCta Umlied^vttlea have. In recent year*. t^ia mwi#* it~h found along the' 

made « peelimlnary plan to atarti further advanced by ihe ftowtngen-i^^^ ^ north oa Alaaki and in 
logging at ZeboUoa In l»a A ywrllerprlaei of Weatem B>raat of the InteriorlrK belt, 

later a ■mt" ol falleri arrived and Iridi Limited, the Roneymoon Bay proapeiw in molirt area*. 

•Urted work ckiae to the beach. mill U nipplied by two bperatlona in mature trunk attain* a height 
Today the company la moving} the vicinity A truck tog ging ohow at ^ jjg 1 ^. ^ diameter' 

back Into the valley wtth b«’tween-0#rdon River 4$ milee from the tight feet 

$$ and ib men. Capacity to nearly I bUL Iuu >M emptoyoB. : iBlsIanea to daeay, unaur- 

M million feet annually. Arpreaenil A nbaldiary company, known as by any other commercial aoft- 

productloa la about $$ per cent haB-iPtoncer Ttoaber rg—iny, with HO-woo^ makaa tt the moat aoufhi-, 
tock, the balance brtiB Ar. eedar emptoyeaa. to tocatad at Pott after ohlngle and siding material IR. 

and tpruce. Some of the Aneat vlr-! McReUl. kmitta of Port Bafdy. Run Canada. Ite unuiual lengtha ef elear 

gin Ar Ml YkDcouw bland to to ba!aa a truck togging operation. It to lumber and ■ualgtitvwM ot grain 
tBOtd li Ihe area. j the major source of toga for Ihe make It valued In both Interior and 

Writer down the weet eoail and‘ Alaika Pine uwrnUl at Hew W|$t- exurtor poBairucUoa It to uaed l athe 

■nlr an ovenUehtl beat Irip froaalmintoUt. .maoulacture of prodocta aa dlvene 







A 



I 




SUKDAY. DRCEMBER 1 



THE DATT.V GOLOyiST,^VlCTORIA. B.C 

^ - ~~ * “ 

B.(l Timber Mevesas Davis Raft& 



B.C, Eoresl Serme Has Vila! Role 
In Scientific Forestry Field Today 



Excitinff Event on Island 



, Fomixy U becomm« more and 
more «lentlflc. Thou*h tofiinf 
P t HT> pi>hi*« h»ve lh«ir owu Ior«*i*r« 
(0 and »seM Umber claim* 

Ouy are taking (uU advanUge ot Oie 



Numeruu* improvemeou iia\e, 
been added (rt>m time to time but 
fundamentally the ' budding of a 
Davis ra/t remains much the same 
as It eras for the first one that wcui 
io tea. 

The first step In rafUng Is lu tel 
the -’alde'SUcks.'* TbcM are maasivc. 
|3>lo«t'U^ loga vmh a top d:sn:eu r 
of 30 inches. Isahed at the joints 
to others ot similar sue. Leiween 
UiMC sticks the heaviest umber In 
Vancouver load is packed, laced with wire 
* rope and tightened by a winch 'intll 
It forms a fiau rigid bottom. 

the raft by 



•jtl f atf.d*-‘l>avis *mil’ •l*’'* 
^r« on"eveohtjdJ''<l llisna the 
lumber bu^insM fw iimo»t 40 y^rs 
but few' people remembar that the 
llf/.t one to go tu sea wss nude up 
at Port Reulreit, on the MMthem 
iMiTUoo of Vanc<juver island's West 
Coast. . ' 

On a calm,-flcsf day Ui thp ljum* 
mer fir Iff* a trim. stbrdV tug called 
i;^e Hes Unn. br>und for Vancouver, 
pushed Iwr hose into the Pacific. 

, sounding.- ,-thft. Up of ^ 

l.vlend with hef precious load ot 



jbelp of the 9-C. Forest Service. 

Til* foundaUoo of a sound forest, 
[c 1* to ensure endless producuon 
lof timber. This u a fundamental 
iwlih which th#a.C. Fortit Senice 
has been coping for pears. 

I Surveys by the Forest Service are 
I nothing new. Every Un years or so 
s new Inventory Is built up In oidii 
'to list avaUable stock. The old 
i method of doing this was by ground 
survey but m 1931. wUh Uve help of 
‘the BCAf, the Forest Beivlce used 
'aerial surveying for the ‘Orst ume 

I t > >k.. 



Her dci«Hore 
Many ol the employees of the 
Bfiith Canadian Timber Co =t 
port ficnfrew saw her leave and 
all of them, especially Ui*- super- 
Uuendem. asited anxiously for news 
of her arrival. 

The word came from Vancouver. 
*Your problem is solved, the raft 
grrutd in perfeet eordiilon," and 



Lop are loaded on 
donkey engine and lines run from 
uir^A" fi-oi'- the raft to a 

l>ll!ler a 



‘Inck-puiler 
small float with a mart -and -a boom 
held six feet off by a curved -U*' 
water. Tlib 



Nlskonllth 



«hdiL..ii cfivmd the 
Forest, near Kamloops.' 

thousand square mUea have 



of steel under the 
makes a channel where the lop 
can be floated in for loading. 
Hoisted on the llnrt. the lop 

. rumble like uunder aa.they crash 

^ Uist his inrenltou was considered a ^f^inst the maunUng side of the 

ii,rt Their noisy., ponderous move- 
ment u In contrast to the 
had such a swift efficiency of the men. Boooi- 
the handling men. agUc as cats.- balance and leap 
I'ts' invention ‘Triftn lof W »« with casual uncon- 
Ouldlng spirit of the *whole 



many 

been recorded and today over three i 
iniuV-ti scrw a 9ear are surveyed' 
from the air. Vancouver Island, 
forest surveys are ail but complete, 
and a one hundred per cent inven-; 
lory wUl be gYgUgblf. Py the of 
this year. ' 

^-!IOWM DETAILS I 

Vertical phou^aphy friAi the air 
can show how much railroad or track 
is needed for exploivatlot^and the- 
physical features of (heitands. For 
instance, Jn a heavily forested rtrlp 



HAFE1[V AT S9:A 



emi. Ouldlng spirit oi tne -wnoie 
proceedlnp Is the 'head loader. Jor 



PhotogrsmsHcUn is shown *»»n;hnmg iwp 

scope lor the purposs of sccurgtely determining heights ol Und. now oi 

drainsgc. etc. 

The photographic rolls are mailed science knuan as ■ pliotogramnwiij^ 
to Vlctorta at regular iniervaU for or the plotting of photographs bv 



111 being the lerge-H ever to p. 



Second Nurroa-s Bridge rough seas. 



under the 



Q( Ult _aenal surveying program, prints not be clear, word U sent to lalldn. Tlie UlUmate tea i 
Without It tha Oovemment would iha territory Uve dctpil m the air ", 

b. uMbl. to docltfe how hi, >■> orca U, . '■»*' >'« 

Of country Is required to produc* a - .4 «n r., *h- Rnrest 

sustained^ yield In perpetuity of a Pictures are handed on tr The next stage k- to irsnsler tlie 

certain volume of limber. Just as Service base map department, where prelunmary map t«* 

ian; store-keeper must take stock of available survy- mi^^mailon Is another t rating t» per for addtlloiwl 
richat 1* oh hi*-- shelves, so the The photographs, liken 

: Oovemment needs a record of miles up. are segments of the 

tted species ift. loreaU- of lh«, country and look ifiu pieces of moth 
iprovlnce. eaten fabric. OUciers are^ minute 

^ British Couimhtg bav ceruin arhiie streaks, rocky alpine" -country j^ad 
’ charactJrisUcs which make the work ^^ow* grey and angular and Umber 
'of air aurveylng d‘ffcrent to that of aj » choppy patchwork shading 
other provinces, lingering snow on; completed map. traced map. 

The higher levels make U . wlPch eventually goes to the field- ^ hnen print Is eventually mAe 

ito surt Operations unUl the »**d •^‘"party. Is built up Tlie phou»grsphs. u'vclng which show* Um 

May. By September the seasons atquenc-e. are covered uuinup of all geogrtphiral fealui*.--. 

woVk In the air is brought to an end ^ yaclng paper and the- n ^ handed to Uie field parin* 

by shadow tiuerference In of Uw first picture Is marked ,ogifi(T with aertttl phoiog; spits, 

northern latitudes and decUhmg in- jsUUon to the centre of the next 
tcfiiuy of the sun's raya. iubsequeni ones, ♦vhen the series for 

In this sort of pnoiography the ^.p^npirted-and this jnay mean at, 
camera U kept level with the aid ol gg more pictures the tracum 
level bubblee. Head or tall wlndi'. bears'nuthmg but a serifs ol 

.'drift and elevation all affect y^owlng the centres ol 

,'posure snd as the plane turns out pictures buaed on a fiinular 

of the wind the camera has to ^ 

* swung lor 'drift adJustitwnt.’- 'The^, ,^^^ PASTED DOWN 

a Is a 60 oef cent overlap on shots so 

’ lh.l nothin, U mh»«l, Durln, .1 -n.!. pl.n h. ", 

* normal fltghMhe shutter fires every larged to correspond With the .cal 

• ZTZ ufr ee quarter, of a minute 'of the base map and all the photo- o mature 
and between three and lour hundred graphic cehU-w are trarufered to it. blue . 
e picture* are taken over a d'isWe of The methiKl of p.-vtlng the aerial rot ks. 

»n »taht hundred souare miles, pi- tu:?.' down Is a hlghl.v I 



Retired Inveiilor Stales 
He’s Tracliear Logger 



deUil. To the ta.-UBl observer omy 
mam lealures of the amall 
phutographs surud out bUl ih* ex* 
pgr^ta pick out and Identify each 
i. lake. cr*-'-a .mii Tii-- 

marked In with tlillerent colored 
snd tranalerred in hcale to Ujc 



Oil* t». LMvifce mvautoi- of iha bcc^Go, at Port 
1 > m laOi^JiVtt 41 .iwmi- . ti«»u> the bcit known method ot 

retirement m Vancouver, not far transporting timber by sea was in 
from the UruversUy of British Co- boonu. and a great mauy log-s 
lumbia. Uke most men who devote 

of ihetr time to expenmeni- experiment that DavLi and 

mg. Uavii ahuiw publicity. Im a ^ ^^Qther had worked on in Wash- 
practical logger ' b hU usual ier*e that he could 

coRunent ond, when he say* that .j,, dlfflcultlea. To nuke 



The hitherto llfeleM map. exce|.t 
vali-ablc and exact locHtlnij 
imaik.-, now gains foini and coloi. 
The on-'thc-epot crews carry them 
back over the lerrltflry snd recoid 
111 their log books the mlssir.g detslb 
such 8* hprcies ol Umber, volume, 
age. defects and dte quality At ilw 
end 0 ! the jWnsrm ihes-e facts are 
ted to the mnp and tt bliv- 
.Mims with Uie dark and llfhi grr i.v 
and imniBliire tree* ti'" 

• V. It give« a complete and 
tec'hntcal'srcu^ste picture of the region 



14 wax ^reusing xkicLs along liie together in what was termed 

baiilu of the Chehalts KiYer Those -ciiam-weave " design. The brother g DsvU raft today is p 

wf.re live days of ox-teams, wh-n njought It would take too much rire moving loga to mills In 1909. 

logging had to be done when the loosened It. By so' doing qJ ^he huge rafts. T*wo-thi 

gr.ivs wa.H growing. they were able to pile more lois i.n 

■ gaiiv>d hw real experience top. These sunk In the midtile. 

in logging in Du- Puget Sound are* leaving the sldc-sllcks on the aur- aaa back on the West Coa.-^t 

and when tils . bnvther, owing to face. On this bosto Davis planned ^,pni to the Queen Cl 

111 health, mked him to uke over lo build something heavy enough i,.i-.ds to build rafts for 



as It was in the days of Otis Davis, -who invented this means 



TR.Ai: 



Ti 



UPON COMPLETION OF 
- 90 YEARS OF 

SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC 



have been associated with 



During the years we 
the business life! of Victoria we have always 

with the community — our 



striven to progress 
slogan "A Board or a Buitding" has always im- 
pl Ted that the man who only require^a small 
pf3er will receive the same courtesy and con- 
sideration as the large buyer. _ 



lumber, sash and doors, 

ROOFING AND FLOORING 

DEALERS IN 

GLIDDEN "TrME-TESTED" PAINT 
INSULATION . BUILDING BOARD 
BUILDING SUPPLIES 



y/e congratjLilate a forward minded and pro- 
gressive newspaper, and pledge ourselves 
anew to brinp new trends, new vision, in the 
building of a greater future* 



VICTORIA. B C 



2333 GOVERNMENT ST 



405 GORGk ROAD 









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THK OATLY rOT^ONTST, VICTORIA. B.C. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1948 ' ^ ^ 

Vancouver Island Xoggui^ndiislry Sliows Great 



nnenl 



Many Occupations 
In Logging Industry 



U British Columblt'i moat 
igaporunt Industry. It suppllM 
r»« matcruis for taarmitls, 

■.nu plywood plants, bos factories accident at four times 
and pulp and paper mlUa whoae coat. . This means th^^^ 

sornMnad payroll dollars 

to one>haU ol our lndus*#lai total up 
KOT MOST DANGEBOr*“ 

Durlht the past lew years 
publicity has been gtreii to logging 
accldenu. Perhaps that U why the 
ganaral public has lha tmpreaaion 
that logging Is an extremely hazard- 
ous oobupatlon. Actually, logging Is 
DOS nearly 

many other Industries. 

•urance companies list It quite low prevention of accidents on a 

In mortaUty rstea ocimpared to loggmg operation is an extremely 
mining, marine, street railway, and complex problem. Bvrry tree occu- 
—»ty other industrlea. There are ^ different space and Its 

hundreds of loggers, who have jurroundlngs Influence the safety of 
wwfced all ihelr lives In the woods cuu U down. Every 

without ever receiving a - maior eoeuplee Its particular spot on 
tajury. I the claim and m#ny things surround 

Safety In a logging camp Is lust ^ the contours of the 

I# poHlbl# as It Is elsewhere. gropnd. wUl cause It to make differ- 

Logging companies havs always movementa when being hauled 
aware of the posslbiUllcs of tAwariii the yardliv machine. 



National Safety Council csU- 



This means that all the omer- 
close ent coats we can locata only make* 
ohe-quartCT. of the actual ooft 
Opcratots encourage their employees 
much injuries "no matter how 

• , small. Consequently the logger bu 

«» k. .K • >« *hv tne become accident conscious and re- 
P«h.l» U«t U wh, topo ,... l. u c. ! to, 

Injurim. 8o when you hear of logging 
accldenu remember a very large pey- 
hazardoua as '^^^age of them are minor. 

In* rOMFLEX PROB1.EM 



Captain Cook Was First European 
To Utilize Vancouver Island Tinil)er 



per thousand, j Imperial Preference tariffs. British 
d £7.000 In gold Columbia was forced, by lack ol 
markeu. to supply too much lumbee 

IM the 

manufactured 'UhlWfl Stkles. The resuir was to 
consumed with— Ariirew the whole industry. Thnsa 
of the point of , Preference tariffs eased tha 

pressure. Prices rose Tfsde with 
w China snd Japan declined but Em- 

K hm« trade increased and since IW 



The history of logging In British The price 
Cilumbis has lha quahUea of a and capla 
great drama to which Vancouver dust as se 
Island has plsyed a vital part. In 18&S 

Cspiain Codk, who reached No«>tkii Nanaimo 
on the Island's weM coast In 1778. company, 
was the first European to make use material i 
of Vancouver Island Umber. Bis ^ 

ships, the Resolution and tha Dis- Dvanufact 
covery. ware badly to need of ^ , 

so a number of new masls and spar.- pr'.tuh m 
were fashioned anS fitted duflng the 

mohlh he remained at Nootka. ■ Umber. Csptain Edaard 

Among the first, authenUcaVed gjjuj,p_ jmipmaster dealing in esr- 
commerclal cargoes ever shipped In lumber and ships' spars, 

the export trade from Vancouver ooportunlUes for trading with 



C<->mper.>^t<..n IV uiaI or iSiifeiy total to a camp. 

Branch of the Department of Labor, m logflng. jp. to other Industries. - » 
men wm acmUnually -taught blow ivortunen arc human baings and they ^ 
to prevent themselves from being become used to the hazards around ^ 

Injured. Logging operators have tbem. Contempt of danger eon- Ar^uod the turn of the century. 

been quick to aasist In every honest tributes lU share to logging acet-* being dona by hand. Even men. bo 

aflort to eurtoll accidental injuries <i^nt, g© do mlscalcuUUons of «PP« 
to their workmen. They have %o- failure to dnalyne accident posal- 
operated with govemmenul agencies bUltlea of Individual altuatkma. 
and have followed the safety rules The suffering caused by tojurlei 
and regulations made by them. I due to acctdanls Is most undesirable 
BAVE iAFETir MEW 'The cost In ddllan and eenU to th 

All ths larger companies have industry is high and even wha 

safety directors whose duties art to money Is paid out by way of com 

organise and co-ordlnaU accident pensstlon to workmen doss no 
prevention work to a business Ukcj repay aU the losssa. U>ggtoc oper 
and practical way- The prime ators are aware of the serious new 
reason for preventing accldenu to (or additional accident preventloi 
to prevent workmen from the suffer- work and they welcome any eon 
tog that accomparUes an Injury but strucUve suggestion that to offeree 
>■ • serious moncUry side | Both operators and men are hope 

to -e considered apart fpm what ful that as Ume goes on everyon 
the Injured man loses In Kmlngs. ,wlll become more ssf^^y consclou 
The operstor pays a^ amount and that there will bs a doss oo 
equal to approximately 10 per cent operation to an all-out effort t 
of hla total payroll Into the accident i reduce logging ^accldenu to a mini 
fund of the Workmen's CompensD- mum. 



nron Vancouver Island w»s a nigged business, with most ol the work 
w^ver. machinery was being used to improve production methodi. In 
of the first logging machines in British Columbia is shown at Victoria 
Camp No. I, near Stocking Lake. Ladysmith, in 1902 with crew. Bot- 
ters to the same camp on an idle Sunday in the same year. In the 
Camp No. 5, weat ol Ladysmith, ii shown in 1907. A 
In the dava belora logging cars were tn use. 



the All^rnl Indians and euried a pn^P- ff»ce posu are memoeo, 
^^flUbTe ^inma. In IMl. U rwsched almoat four 

Wth ihe help of British capital, he left. By comparison. to 

bum a wwtnm. Within two yaars l»M was Just over two billion eet 
U veaeU had entered the port ol »nd In 1829 Jual under three billion. 
AlbemI to carry lumber to aU parts Today the forest Industries give 
of ths world. employment to spprozlmsUly 80,000 

From then on rapid Increass to the men wUh an estimated payroU of 
use of British ColumbU lumber took 100 million dollars a year, 
place due to the construction of the improved melhixls of cutting, to- 
Canadian Pacific Railway which jj^ther with reforestation have been 
opened markeu east ofethe muun- tnuodured to prevent serious ^ 
uliu. and the building of the Panama putlon of the Provtoce's Umber re- 
cant which made It economically aourcea. There has also been steady 
possible for shipmenU to nroch development towards processing 
European porta. For many yearn the Umber beyond the log and lumber 
peak of Uland acWvliy centred stage. A number of pulp and paper 
around the producUon of softwoods mills are In operation with plans for 
and ahlngles for ths United 8Ut» additional pulp mills on Vancouver 
'Atlantic seaboard, Wgnd In the near lutore. Plywood 

I Prior to the estabUahroent of producUon U also increasing. 



Lumber A Msnufseturing Cq, 
tom left picture shows group- 
right hand picture the trail rotd-dl the company s 
locomotive dragged logs b etween the raiU 

WestCoastOU-TjpeBunkhouseGone 

West being provided. But where the com- grade men who like to have their 
of transport and loof-Ufe families with them. First there 

experimenU with wartlnu 



old bunkhousc oo the 

Coast has almost disappeared. Even btoaUon 

for stogie meo there are small; to- timber supply assure oowUnulty of 
dividual dweUtogs, and the unlu work, the trend 18 towards family 
art much Uke apartment houses, dwellings, f-hrics 

They have central heating, wuh | Today's generaUon of loggers pre- 
and drying rooms and to some cases fer married life With a home and J 

hot aivd cold ruitotog ifkter Jn the family near the Job toatead of to 
rooms. the city. -i— 

In many places forestry opecstlons Personnel managem have found o^«tJ 
will ST be permanences U> that the best way of “*»■ 

fttinu* tvM acfommodatlon' Steady crew* Is to attracting hlgh-ibegun. 



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For Instance 

Thb foct thot Speor & Jockion hovt 175 year* 
of txptrignc* bock of gvgry »ow Ihty moki 
tpeoka for Itself. But her# ore tome 
rdosons why Speor 4 Jocksoo sows hovt ^ 
tstoblishtd world Itodtrship in 
performorKt ond strvict. 

• . A 

IHStRTED TOOTH CUT-OFF lAWS 
Tttth or# fdrgtd in such o manner os to» 
prevent vibrotionlh the cut, ensuring o 



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THE DAII.Y cm.nNIPT, VICTORIA. B C. SUXnAY. nECEMEER 12 . W8 



s Forests 



HIGH RIGGER 



tOADINO 



BUCKERi 



up by ■ donkey cngino «t tb« foot of the epar trot. Top richt picture ehowr 
them at tbdr job. 

There arc eariout waya of fcttinf the loga to the loading ground but hi 
large opcrationa they ere first hauled to the base of the epar tree by the 
power of the donkef engine. The pile of logs that Is fortneid, thouaaiKU of 
them socnetioiea. is known as the **coid-deck** pile, ecco in th^ centre right 
picture. 

From the "cold-deck** tfia logs art hauled ta another spar tree at thp 
rail or truck road, lower right. As they reach the landing the "chaser" «s» 



The first operation In eoneertinf a tree Into lumber b to cut It down. 
The technique la IlK rw u aa "fellhtg” and the men whq do it^e. "lallers." 
The centre left picture shows two men at work with a power saw. The 
undercut Is actually two mits, one made undetfiealh the other. The tree keels 
over when the cut k made from the other side. Just as the mighty 
monarcha begin to quiver the storied "Tiro-m-m- -berl" resounds through 
the woods. 

Cutting the feHed tree into log lengths k catl^ "bucking" and k illus- 
trated in the bottom kft picture. “Bucking" k a faature Of many sports days 
held in the province^ where it is dons with a crosscut saw. 



T housands of Britkh Cohimbie families derive tbalr hvtlihood from 
the e