Skip to main content

Full text of "The Daily Colonist (1958-12-11)"

See other formats


I 


100 


th m. 


irth^y EDITION 


fl.C/s^Cenft/ry 

Progress 


^0. l^lOlht YKAK 



f 




r<mroiir#*r island's Leading Meirs/nipt^r Sinre 1H3H 

VICnmiA, BKITISH COLI MBU, THIHSDAV, nKCFAlBKR 11, 1938 


Coloniit's Century 


of Serrice 


!• riMi DAitr 
M CENTS BOOAT 


76 r\(;Ks 


Story of Colonist 
On TV Tonight 

The fctory of The Daily <'oloniNf. from the 
time of the first issue of the neMspa|>er published 
without interruption for 100 years, Hill he told 
toiiijEht over ClIKK-TV at 7. 

The film U a dcM'umentary. The atf^Tr is 
history, because the story of The ('olonist and its 
people reflects the trends, and the impa<*t of e\eots 
of its times. 


‘Time Ca 


100 Years 
Reduced 
To One Day 



/• 


Today, with pride. The Daily Colonist pre- 
sents its lOOth birthday edition as two extra 
sections of the regular paper. 

In 'Time CepMile" form. - — 

repreeenlinj the neu* of 100 Kitchener at Kharinum. Cue- 
year* instead of one flay, the ter * last stand, and l.indy fly- 
extra aecilons are riPslRned to fng the mean mingle* with 
giva our readers a glimpse at ihe great ware, the deaths of 
the new* of the century, in the world's great*, and the 
which Ihe ColoniM ha* been di.taaier* of a century, 
puhllshi-d. SI-OllTIMi (iKKATS 

iS.. Also pagAA 2. 3. 16,1 ,, KV. . . .11, 


All rAgulnr .l,.pArlmrnlA of Uohhy Jono. w,lk, Aorn„ 
II... dolly p,por .ro r.-p,.-«-nl. 

rd It 1, ,n obvlou,. I.n tbal '"V"''' '’""'’"■S' 


,.ory roAdor wlU think of .lor T"""'’*' 7 ^ 

lo, ihAl -.hould h.vo boon , 'I '* ’"'“7' '7' 

ln.lud.A| - Hut it „ . plAin 

ImpoAAlhilitv l„ rompr-AA Iho •''""s 


new* of more than Z'i.OOO pub- 


ttie elderly and give a new 


liahing da>a Inin one edition. of the present and 

Ai r- « TAKKN Included ..I the very hack la 

If we mi«,wl "vour story*’ complete reprint of the 
we are sorry. The best poMlble issue of lh««’' Colonist - 
care was taken to provide a to keep |t a.* a souvenir Just 
cross section of ait the new*, cut the page and fold it over 
There la an edttonal page, into Its original form 
apnria news ancial new*. -po preserve the iharacter 
comica, entertainment news, itie varloua periods, the 
regular feature*, and. of siorles have been reprinted 
course, the front page and the Jtist as they otiginallv appear- 
maln local page. nl l^p 

The more colorful newa— 


Sommers 

Senlenec 

Studied 


The allorney-]fcncrars de 
parlmrni has applied for 
leave to api»eal the lerma of 
aenlence meted out to Hoherl 
Iitommers and H. Wilson Uray 
on conspiracy convimuns, Ttie 
Daily CoJoniat learned last 
night. 

I'hc appeal concerns the 
point of law on whether one- 
year or five-year aenlenres 
should have applied on the 
c«m*pinir>- convtrMona. 

A spokesman for the attor 
ney generai'a department aakl 
yesterday the request for 
leave to appeal la a .formality 
which preserves tffe poaaihil- 
Uy of 41arua.sion at the eourl 
of appeal on a point of law 
previously raised by the 
erowTv. 

Tt timpiv preserves the 
crown's position ' he ivaid. 

Fligllt.S 

Cancelled 

VANCXHTVER fCP) — All 
•rheduled Olghla lo and from i 
Vancouver's intematkmal air- 1 
pert were eanrelled at noon | 
U edneeday when fog and low | 
•loud puahed In mtom the | 
•deport. I 


The “hirlbday edllkm.- 
whlrh waa printed some days 
hefi>re ita dtsliihutlon today. 
<«riiea a picture of Mr. Her* 
hert Kent in an advertise- 
ment published by Kent's. 

VirtcMia Saturday waa sad- 
dened by the death of this 
arnlor and reapecled ciUaea 
at M. who waa believed to 
be the oldest regular aub- 
arrlber to the newspaper and 
a former contributor. 

It was regretted that due 
lo prior piihlh-atlon it waa 
not pnsaible to amend the 
advertisement. 


of each aiory to Instantly set 
the iictiod. In the case of 
••Names In Ihe News’* and Ihe 
news briefs on page 24. it was 
necessary to rewrite the 
ltern.s in order to squeexe in 
as many as possihle 

We think our readers will 
get a chuckle nut of “Seen in 
Passing" on the section page, 
which illualralea the hectic 
life oP the pioneer journalist 
In this city. 

In planning To mark our 
birthday, we looked for a 
truly novel idea to escape the 
‘ aameneas" of to many special 
edtiiona. 

Members of the staff who 
did the research, handled the 
copy, wrote the heads, and 
made up Ihe pages, were 
unanimous In agreeing that It 
waa the most Interesting work 
they had done 

Me hope that all readers will 
enloy It as much and find It 
worthwhile to save for further 
reading and to ahare with 
friends in other parts of the 
•ouiUry and th« world 




BUCKINGHAM PALACE 


Seth Hal ton, Esq,, 

Publisher, 

The Daily Colonist, 
Victoria, 

British Columbia. 



The Queen sincerely thanks you and 
all who' joined with you in sending loyal 
greetings to Her Uajesty on the Centenary 


of The Daily Colonist. 


Please convey to 


'all concerned in the publication of this 
paper The Queen's congratulations on the 
completion of its first hundred years and her 
warm good wishes to all its readers. 


PRT/ATE SECRETARY. 


11th December;- 1958, 


* * * 








To the editors end publishers of 
The Victoria Dally Colonist I extend my heartiest 
congratulations on the completion of one hu'idred 
years of continuous service to the community. 

Throughout Its^long and honourable 
hlstory.vThefColonlst • has been^ a vreliable* source 
of*lnf ormatlontand|ldeasfonfdoina8tlot and Inter- 
natlonalfcaTfalrs. It-haslstoodlthe|test of time 
and.twlthUhe restgof ^Canada, it has growntand 
expanded ^pldly. Today ' lt»canlface the future 
with Justifiable fprldevlnsthe knowledgesthat' It 
has fulfilled, Itj purpose*ln the hlehest traditions 
of Journalism in a freejland. 

On this historic-occasion in the 
annals of The Dally Colonist, i may • I take the 
opportunity ofgconveying my greetings and good 
wishastto ita raaders. IniVlctoria and tha surround-. 
Ing districts* 





Pi’lme Mnlitar, 


C fc t .4 V a. 

19 5 6. 


l/igh t Ballo t, Hea vy Ma jorit y 

Vancouver Voters 

Oust Mayor I I lime, 

J ^ 

Alsbury Elected 


* « * 


Hero Dad 
Sa res 
Family 

n<l M M A -N > ll.l.f':. <»nl. 
a ri)— .l»<k Murrlsh. »«, **f 
Monlrral rKkrb his llf^ tivp 
(im**s >^s(4>r<l«y whfm 
t-llmh^ up and duwn a ros* 
trellU oulMdr a burning 
bousr li» rt>s4-iir hK family, 
Irapiwvl r>n iKr srrsind flo«»r. 

Mnrrlsh savnl his wlfp. 
two rhlldr^n. mfithf^lnlaw 
and sistpr-ln-law fn»m lha 
fliw. 



MAYOR eUKtT AL-iRfRY 

... led all Ihe wsy 


Wli„. Where. 
Whvs o( I'oll 


Mure than SOfltki Orealt'i 
Vuiiiria lesirtent* Hill have ihr 
npporlunlty hetwerti K a m and 
8 p m. ifKlay to make their 
opinions c'oiinl in lr>ral govern 
meni. * 

Here Ik Ihe "where and 
whaf of the elertlona; 

Vl< TOKIA 

Polling sialton in Puhh' 
Market Building (’armttrani 
.^ireet. four aldermen to be 
chosen from seven randldstes, 
owner elector* lo vole nrt Vir 
Iona - .Saanich amalgamation 
and downtown parking plan. 

AAANil ir 

Polling aiationa at Douglas 
rcK Hal). tIordr*n Head Com 
munlty Hall. Hampton Hall. 
l.ake Hill Women's Institute 
Hall. T.anM)owne Junior High. 
McMorran*. Marigold Seoul 
Hall. .Mount View High, Pro* 
p«l l.ake .School. Royal Oak 
Women* Institute liall, Si. 
Oenrge the Martyr Hay. St. 


Luke's lull SI .Mailin'*-in 
Ihe Kield Hall 

Tliree counrillor* to he 
t’hosi*»i irom five (Andidates. 
all ow ner rlri'lor* eligible lo 
vole or« amalgamatimi. and 
owner electors ip pio|MfAed 
M‘wer air-A lo voir on two 
sewer hyj.iw*. 

OAK KAV 

polling station in municipal 
hall, reeve to he < hosen from 
two candidates and five ivom 
cillors from seven randidates. 

Kwqi IMAI.T 

Polling aiations at municipal 
hall and Mo.'i t’raigflower; three 
corini illor* lo be ahosen from 
five randlrtalrHi. 

Municipal le«ilers of Greater 
Victoria have a{>pcaled f..r a 
gotai turnout of wiiers bMiay 

In i(Mla>'s nrv eleriione. a bO 
per reni maiorily i* needed to 
lire dnwniown (larking by 
law. The amalgamation vote 
will In* an eAjrressum n( opm 
irm as a guide to coiinrll. 


/ Vi ti (•//>«/ 

Surci‘(‘(ls 
On Fifth Try 


VAN('OlTKR (CP) — 
X’HiicouvtT vol(*rs ycsier- 
flay chTled n .vf-\oar-old 
hiKh wTkk>I print ipal as 
ihoir now mayor. 

He IS Thorhas AKhiiry. for- 
mer aldemtan. who ha* inert 
uo!»u«'ces>ftill> for Ihe po*t on 
font pievlou* ocrasinns Thia 
lime vrder.s elected him over 
veteran Mayor Kred Hume. W. 
who WHS riiiining for his fifth 
Btraight two year term. 

Archie Procioi. 4 bvearo|d 
husines.s man running a* an 
mdriwndeni third candidate, 
f.mshed far behind Ihe other 
I two, 

NKM OK<»AM/.A110N' 

Mr ANhiirya victory waa 
hH>k<>d u|Min as a vtriory for 
the new i*lv»c Volets' A.SMwia- 
lion which e«me inln being in 
IM '>7 In fighi llie Non Partisan 
As-Mfcmlinn. h.-oker* of t-'ird 
Hume Mr. Alshuiy also had 
he h;irkmg of labor 

Ml ANhiitv liMik Ihe lead fn 
the fiisl }hiMs tefwuling after 
a dav of rslremelv light Vot- 
ing He rwver Irw.! it and I'tm- 
tiiiiied to gain a* the vole- 
r-ntinling progiessed. 

«.no0 \OTRS 

It aripeared Ihe final eoiint 
would give him a ma|nrily of 
I'ltiOO voles or more over the 
foimer mavot who was fiist 
elriiod in IfrVi and has won 
eveiy mavoialtv rmilesi *ini e. 

I..awver fiavjd Sturdy an- 
nouored afler Mr Alshiirv a 
elcrimn that he will quH aa 
piesirleni of the Civic Voters’ 
AsMu-ialion bei.ojse he eon- 
aiders "I have don# my work ** 
He Indicated he wanted to 
■retire from the nvir field*’ 
but did not dtscirise w-heiher 
he plannrM ir run in provincial 
01 federal polllica. 

Ml Sturdy mme into prom- 
inence several year* ago aa 
or>e of the men whn brought 
to hghi the bfiberv <T>n*r»irarv 
case revolving around former 
lands and foresta niinister 
Rotiert Sommers 


(Choosing ^ivediost 500 


Hear l-Hcii(l ing Task 


One of the most heart-rend 
fng task* face«l by offiriala of 
the foiomst Nio rhrtatma.s 
. Fund each >ear is to aeleci the 
.VIO moat needy families in the 
Orraler Victoria area. 

The Job ia dohe by welfare 
officialt who are cloaest to the 
aiuiation and for the past *ev 
oral weeks they have been 
pouring over the liats of 6..10r) 
persons and families on the 
welfare roll* of Vicinna. 
fUanich. Oak Ray. Esquimau, 
Ontral .*Uamch and unorgan 
i/ed districts south of Ihe 
Maiahai 

LHII.nRFN. PKNMIONr.RH 

Of those about 400 families 
with children arvd 100 older 
married couples or persons on 
old-age pensions will be ae 
lected 

*Tbe big problem la not to 
W your baart run away with 
poat,** cUf welfar* ardriMma- 


irator M'llharn. Hnnson e* 
plains ■■'A'e try to he nhjertive 
It « hard lo say who is worthy 
and whn iSM l 

"We select those pefrple who 
ap(>ear to have liie greaiest 
need, and this year that Is 
mainly families with children. 
IHRF. NK».U 

"There are many older 
people in dire need who could 
use help from the fund, but 
wlien we compare their in 
come* and expenses with the 
famllie* with children we find 
oumetves In the awkward pi»si 
lion of having to channel 
money Iniu families.' Mr 
HofMum said 

A new li«t la cr>mptled ear4t 
year and the Colonist has rtn 
say in whoae name gnea on the 
iUi. 

This year about 7 lOthsef the 
name* will come from Vtnofla. 
aboui S-lOtha Iron the presdn 


< lal Welfare department Kiv 
iludmg Oak Hay Ksqulmair, 
r'eniraf Saanich and unorgan- 
t/ed disintt*' and 1 lOih from 
.Saanich 

K\>;R> FfTORT 

Kvery effort la made to en- 
sure fhal the names selected 
are the 50U neediest in thia 

area. 

The fund yesterday rose to 
I4M273. heller than $8 for 
eai-h of the IW) most needy 
families 

rash donations are dedtot- 
ibie for income tax pnr|v»*ea 
and ihould be mailed lo Tb« 
ViO Chriatmas Fund, the Daiiy 
T'olonist. 2A.1I Douglas r»r 
taken to the rolontst * ottu* 
at the same addreaa or to the 
downtown huatnesa office at 
UI5 Broad Street. 

There will be a double Hat of 
contributors in tomorrow a 
CokmiaL 


i 







I 


tl 



B.C/s^Century 
of Progress 


NO. 1 — lOinl YEAR 



t 


Colonist's Century 

of Servico 




f anrouver Island's Lending !Seusfmper Since 1H5H 

VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Till RSDAV, DECEMBER II, * 


I* ( I NTX D41I.T 
II I IM«1 »l M»*T 


76 PXGES 


Story of Colonist 
On TV Tonight 

Th^ Mory of Th«> Daily ('oionist. from the 
tim« of thf first issue of the neuspa(X‘r piihlished 
without interruption for 100 years, will be told 
tonight over CHKK-TV at 7. 

The film is a do<’iimentary. The story is 
history, beeause the story of The Colonist and its 
people refleeta the trends, and the impact of events 
of its times. 

Time Capsule ’ 

100 Years 
Reduced 
To One Day 

Today, with pride, The Daily Colonist pre- 
sents its 100th birthday edition as two extra 
sections of the regular paper. 

Jn “Time Capsule” form. 

rejuesenling the new* of 100 Kitchener at Khartoum. Cus- 
year* m.sleaH of one day. the ter * last stand, and Lindy fly- 
extra section* are designed to jne the o«ean mingles with 
give our readers a glimpse at the great wars, the deaths of 
the newi of the century. Jn the world* greats, and the 
which Ihe Colonist has been disasters of a wntury. 




published. SPORTIN't; CiRK.ATH 

• See also pages 2 3. 16 » n , m 

1 . t Bobby Jones walks across 

All regular rlepartments of . .u t . 

. the sporf.s pages with Lester 
the da ly paper are represent- \ ' ,, .. 

. . .1. . Patrick. Babe Kulh. IVmpsey 

ed. It is an ohv ous fact that . ^ . 


,v.rv r,.,dor will thmk of ,l„r- »'"l ">hrr sr.at... 

lo, '.hat "shouW h.v. hern 

ln.lu,l«l," BUI II « . plain '’'''"I, 

lmpo..lb.llly in rnmprM. Ih, -n-* 

n™. „f more ihnn r.,n00 pub. V"'''’ 

llkhlnK dav. inin one edition. I>''«P<-'''ve of Ihe present and 


Al 1 I'AHr TAKKV y™"*'"'''.' 

AI.I. lAKE TAKKN Included Ut the very back is 

If we missed •your story” the complete reprint of the 

we are sorry. The best pos.sible first l.ssiie of Ihe Colonist - 

care was taken to provide a to keep it as a souvenir Ju.sf 

cro.ss seclion of all the new*, eut the page and fold Jt over 

There I* an editorial page, into if* original form 

•port* news, social news. To preserve the rharacier 

comics, entertainment news. <i[ the various periods, the 

regular features, and. of <onries have been reprinted 

course, the front page and the pisi as they originally appear- 

main Ipcal page, with the date at the top 

The more colorful news — 


Sommers 

Sentence 

Studied 


Tilt attorney-gcnerars de 
partment ha* applied for 
leave to apiieal the terms of 
aentcnt'e meted out to Robert 
iionviners and H. Wil<«on Cray 
on conspiracy conviriions. The 
Daily Colonist learned last 
Bight. 

The appeal concerns the 
point of law on whether one 
year or Iheyear »enien«'es 
should have applied on Ihe 
conspiracy conxicitons. 

A spokesman for Ihe attor 
ney general's department said 
yesterday the- -request for 
leave to appeal Is a formality 
which preserves the possibil- 
ity of Asniaslon at the court 
of appeal on a point of law 
prevtoualy raised by the 
crown, 

Tt rtmpiT preserves the 
•rown'a position ” he said. 

Flights 

Cancelled 

VANCOirVER tCP) — All 
•cbeduled fllghta to and from 
Vancouver‘a International air i 
port were cancelled at noon ' 
Wed n e a day when fof and low i 
aloud paaM In aenwa t?ie i 


The “birthday edition.* 

w hich was printed some days 

before Its distribution today. 

carries a picture of Mr. Her 

bert Kent In an advertise* 
V 

ment published by Kent'a 
Victoria Snlurdsy mbs sad- 
dened by the death of this 
senior snd respected eltisea 
at M. who was believed to 
be the oldest regular sub- 
scriber to the newspaper and 
a former eontrlhiitor. 

It was regretted that due 
to prior piihlU-alion It was 
not possible to amend the 
adxertlsement. 


of each story to instantly aet 
the (leiiod. In the ra.se of 
’'N«mies in the News’ and the 
news brief* on page 24 it was 
necessary to rewrtle Ihe 
items in order to squeeze m 
a* many as po.ssihle 

We think our reatlet* will 
gel a chuckle out of "Seen In 
Passing” on the section page, 
which illustrates the hertie 
life oP the pioneer Jouinallat 
In this city. 

In planning to mark our 
birthday, we lotiked tor a 
truly' novel idea to escape the 
“sameness” of so many special 
editions. 

Members of the staff who 
did Ihe research, handled the 
copy, wrote the heads, and 
made up the psges. were 
unanimous in agreeing that It 
waajhe moat interesting work 
Ihey had done. 

We hope that all readers wdll 
enjoy It as much and find It 
worthwhile fa save for further 
reading and to share with 
In other parts o/ the 
•oumry and the world. 


BUCKINGHAM PALACE J 


Seth Hal ton, Esq. , 

Publisher, 

The Daily Colonist, 
Victoria, 

British Colunbii-, 



The Queen sincerely thanlis you and 
all who‘ joined with you in sending loyal 

ft 

greetings to Her Uajesty on the Centenary 
of The Daily Colonist. Please convey to 
'all concerned in the publication of this 
paper The Queen's congratulations on the 
completion of its first hundred years and her 
warm- good wishes to all its readers. 


PRr/ATE SECRETARY. 


11th December;- 1958, 


* * * 


a * * 


“'V 

Jt ▲ y 






To the editors and publishers of 
The Victoria Bally Colonist I extend my heartiest 
congratulations on the completion of one hundred 
years of continuous service to the community. 

Throughout Itstlong and honourable 
hiatory,AThefColonlst»has been-'axreliable*source 
of ‘Inf oinationtand^ideasfon^dGneatict and Int er- 
natlonal^affalrs. Ithasistooditheltest of time 
and^twith jthe restvof ^Canada, it- has growniand 
expanded ^pldly. Today • it*canlface the future 
with Justiflable’prldexlntthe knowledgeAthat* it 
has fulfilled*ltj purpose*ln the hlehest tradition: 
of Journallam In a free^land* 

On this historic -occasion in the 
annals of The Belly Colonls t,i may • I take the 
opportunity ofgconveying my greetings and good 
wishes ftto its readers. Inki^lctoria and the lurround* 
Ing diatricts* 





Prime Minister. 


C t t«a V a» 

19 5 6 . 


Li ^ht Ballot, Heavy Ma jority 

Vancouver Voters 
OustMayorHiime, 
Alsbury Elected 


* « * 


Hero Dad 
Sa ves 
Family 

R O M \ N \ ll.l.k, Ont. 
<1 I'll— Ja<k Morrish. .HU. of 
.Mtifitr^-sl ri*>k»-(| hi* lift* fixr 
llm*** wh**n h^ 

rllinli^ up n/ui ilown it 
trt'IH* «>ul*iil*‘ ■ liiirning 
liou*«> l«> r«-k4'ii<* hi* rsmll), 
(mppril on Ihp floor. 

MorrKh his wlfr. 

(wo ihUflrPn. moihrrinlaw 
snd klRt^r in law fnun thr 
ftrr. 



MAYOR KLK'T AI^HI' 
, . , led sll ths w *y 


Who, Where, 
Whys of Poll 


Morp than .tOimki f;tr;iici 
t>-siil«*nt* will ihr 

opporMinitj N-iw»*rri M H m ri'id 

R pm. ifnlMx In mnkr Mii-n 
npimf>n* tnmir in Inral gtixrtn 

Hrr# i* (hr “\xhfte simI 
whal' of thf pirriimi.*. 

\ l( TOR I A 

I’olling <11 Pijbli, 

Mwt hfl Hiiil'hrig ( 'r>i n>ni 
.StriTi, [nur slflfifTifn to br 
rhe-ion fiom r^ndid^iif* 

ow Mf r flfftnrs to vote nn \'ir 
foiM • .Sit;ir>ich Hmslgsmsiinn 
and downtown pHikmg plan. 

AAANK If 

I’nllmg slalionK at Dougla-. 
CCF Kail i.ordnn Mrad i'<in 
muriily Hall, Hampton Hall. 
Ijkf Hill Womrn * Instituif 
Hall. Lan.*idownf .liimo?- High 
MiMoiian* Mannold Sioni 
Hall. .Mount Vtow High l’in« 
p<*< t .S« luKil ?if>val (lak 

V\'ornrn <- ln«tituir Hall Si 
Cioofgf tho Marljr Hay .St 


l.ii kf ^ Hall .''I M.< 1 1 1 tl s I M 

I ni- f- n-kl I lall 

T’hti-f ( Diji.i'illnr* 'o bf 
rlitf.,-t, ftorr I.V.- I .unti'lHif- 
.lll OVX Ilf r f If' lt>f * I'liiMtilr t«i 
lit' aiTi.iii;.ii|iH t n It atnl 
outifi fifi-’nrs I,. pi i>|iii-.rt1 
w i-i .ni-a III %iiir on two 
'^■■Wfi h\ |.us > 

OAh KA\ 

Pnilinc •-laiii.n iti miini'ipal 
hall rfi*\f III hf < iinsfin Itiini 
two rari'lidaifs .iriil fivt- imin 
'•il|i>r- IliifTi *f\fri 1 arirli'talfs. 

KscR 1 m \|.t 

I’l'iliriL’ station' at munn ipal 
halt and XY.> ( raii^flnMft . ihn*’ 
ronnrillor* in t>r ehn-fii from 
fuo ( amlirlatfv 
^tiinn ip.-il Ifailor* nf timaipr 
V'lrlona liSXf a|>|>''al<‘«| fi.t * 
gfHiil turnout of wiifr*. liHia\ 

In toilax * fnv flpdinn*. a i'.ti 
f>»-r ly-nt maiontv n«-<*rln<l to 
|M-' ihf rlimr iiiMn parkini.' ti\ 
law Thf small' .trnntif'O \i,r» 

sviK trt' 1,11 f V pr l•'.«.|(ln lit opiii 

I'lfi a' a KiiKtr to cnnni |]. 


/Vim/pfi/ 
Sncrvvds 
\ On Fifth Try 


\'\Nrnrvi:R hti — 

\'-un«'U\ii Ntdi’i's >i'slor- 
i|.i> rli-itml 8 .’T-\ t'ar-old 
hij;li srluKil piinripal as 
riru mnsor. 

■ Hf I' Thomas Al'hiirx for- 
nti'i alrlfima'i who ha<- tiifd 
unsui I'fs.sfiilK tor the p*>*i on 
foiii pirxinii* orr.isionv This 
iiriif \olfi' rkftfrl him riXfi 
\ftfian Ma\oi l-'ifii Humr *>(i, 
wlin was rimnmg for hi* fifth 
siiaiifhl iwoyoar trim. 

Aiihif 1*10(101 Oivoarnld 
hu.irif'* man running a« *n 
toilf pf ndf nt thud (snriidalp, 
fi-'ishfd far bfhind thf other 

lu II 

NJ-V\ Oit(.AM/AHON 

Ml AKliuix K vir-loiv was 
looked upon as a vifloix lor 
till- I |\|o Voli is Avsrii IS- 

"1 'sniih t.inif into bfing in 
l'< ,7 1.1 Ill-Ill ilii- Noil Pai I Ivan 

As'Im iiii loll hi-kiiv oI Kifd 
Hmh.' Ml AIm)iii\ also hail 
' 'i« o.ii king of l.ilirii 

M I I- tiio \ luoK I hf load in 
Ins' polls iffioiting afior 
a d.i-. of cniii-moK light \ ot 
in;' Ilf in-M'i lovi It and ron- 
ii' ofd I., g.un as the xote- 

■ oiiniiog pf og I fsv,-fj. 

fi lMW Norns 

It .irifn-aM-d Ihf fin.ll romi( 
wr.iild gi\r him a ma|oiit\ of 
i.'Mih voiov Of moro uvor the 

fi-imoi rri.'Hot w tm vxa* fii*t 
I'll I 'oM in I'lVI anf| ha* won 
f^o<\ rnavriiallv ('Oiilfst «ifire. 

I.iwvft Havjd Shlrris an- 
noii-K'd alter Mr Al'biil' s 
olri-i(on lh.«i hf Will quit as 
fin-s|(|fni nf 'hf Civir Volfis’ 
Assoi latinn iM-i.iiisn he ron* 
Vidor* I hsv» fforie m\ work ’• 
Hf itidiratod ho uanloH to 
"•'iro Irom 'hr oi' ir field” 
hut did not di*i<-|ose whether 
hf planned I. run In provinnsl 
m federal polUnm 

^lr '-Miidx osmo Into prom- 
tnem-o «evi-ral year* ago as 
oitr of tiif mm who brought 
III ligi I f'ie hrilierx «on<pirsrv 
'Ssr rr’VoKinf around former 
l.i'-ds Vo'l fot'-xl* /Tunister 
H'lfx'i t Sommer «, 


(Jioosing JSevdirsI 500 


Heart-Rending Task 


One of Ihe mted heart rend 
ing task* fared b> officials of 
Ihe ( Hlfrni*! vm Chnsims* 
Fund each year iv lo select Itie 
!YSi mnvl needv families in the 
(Ji eater Vu toi is area. 

The job IS done b\ welfare 
officials who sre closest to the 
situation and for the past «<n 
era] weeks they have been 
pouring over the lists of 6.*Vlti 
persons and families on the 
welfare rolls of Virioria. 
Saanich. Oak Kay. Esquimau. 
Central Saanich and unorgan 
i/ed districts south of the 
Mala hat 

t Mll.nKKN. PCNMIONT.RM 

Of those about ft(Kt families 
with children and 100 older 
married couple^ or persons on 
old age pension* wjll be se- 


*'The big problem Js not fto 
let your heart run away wiih 
iroa,” gitjr welfara aAmma- 


iraior \ViiJ:sm IpKivon I’x 
plain* VVe i|\ in \tf nh|ec»n.f 
It s haid to *a\ who is worthy 
and w hn I'n i 

•'k\e viect rtioae p«H,p|r In 
appeal to nave the gte-i'cvt 
need and this year that i. 
mainly families wrih chlldien. 

IHRF NFFI) 

“There are many older 
people in dire nerd who rr.uld 
use help fr»»m the fund but 
when we cr>mparr their in 
romes and rxiienve* with the 
familie* wnh *hlldren we find 
ourselves in the awkward js.si 
Jion of haMng to channel 
money into families ‘ Mr 
ilooKon said 

A r>ew list IS compiled e»rh 
year and the (’olonlsi ha* no 
say in whose name goes on the 
list 

Thia year ibrnii 7 lOths of the 
names will come from Victoria. 
•BoftK 1-lOUtf iron the provln 


I lal uf'fitre dofiartmenl 'irv 
r-iiidint* flak Kay. Ksquimalt, 
Central Saannh and tinnrgan- 
i/r<l rhsirufS' and 1 Ifhh from 

.'iiariii h 

KVftRl IFTORT 

f\erv effort la made to en- 
sure that the name* selected 
are the !i<i0 needie«i m Ihia 
area. 

The fund yesterday rose to 
S4 >12 7.3. better than for 
each of the SOO most tieedy 
families. 

Cash donations are dediir-t- 
ible for inrome la* purpcrses 
and should be mailed lo The 
ViO Christmas Fund, thd Daiiy 
Colonist. 26.11 rVrugias or 
taken to the Colonist • office 
at the same address, or to tho 
downtown huaineaa office at 
121' Krood Street 

There will be a dovhle IM of 
rontrlbuiora M to moiTose’* 
Colon MC 


U 


i 



2 0aili| CToIonirt Vi.jofk, B C . Tfcan . D«. II. IKI 



For City Welfare (Jiildren 


With C. E, Moriiniore 


Ciij' yyVlfau* fhildfi’n will 
have a pjru livss 
lhi> >t*«r iinlr.ss rt .M-rvu'f rluO 
takes them umlc*r us wing. 

For »om»’ \ears. tlio Virimi;i 
Theatre Ouilrt has held a ;)-u i> 


^ I" changinK language . . . TeleviMon-walchers 


words fui'ted out of .shaf»e by American r.idio and 
leIevi>iion anmnineers. Yesterday 1 was talking 
about the word ‘‘leiMMe.” w hich in ('anadian usage 
should rhyme with ."pleasun*." American announ- 
cers say it ‘lef'-zhure.'* Many Canadians are be- 
ginning to lake up the same style. 

l.«itely, American ann»nincers have been heard 
pronouncing the word “hygiene” ns “hie-jie-eM.” 
and the word ''experl'' as “ex-SPl'RT” The lalter 
prtinuncialion has Iwrn mueh used by Canadian 
announcers. There are f?ids In pronunciation, and 
this is one of them. 

■ I'm afraid,” said a friend. ' Ihal h> the time 
I’m 70, the language wjII have changed .so mu<*h 
that I won't l)T able to understand it,” 

Rut as long as millions of (‘anadian radio and 
television sets are tuned to Ameriran .stations, the 
Invasion of Canada by the Anh’riran language will 
continue. • 

Our own Canadian Hniadrasting^ Corporation, 
which generally remains loyal to (’anadian usage, 
fights a losing battle against the invading army of 
American words. 

-Many of* The annoimc«‘rs on private commercial 
stations in Canada play flu* jiart of fifth columnists. 
Thev imifale American pronunciation, because they 
look upon iho Cniled Stales as the “big time." 

S<»me of the pronunciations that you hear on 
American stations never were cnn*ert — even in the 
United States. Yet they are gaining wide arcept- 
anee Whs '’ • 

■'I think it’s lM*c;iuse sume of Ihe stations are 
cnntiolird b\ men wlio are i lever with money hut 
short on schooling. ' m> friend suggevied, “They 
are in a position to mould million.s of people to their 
style of spru'ch.” 

If thesi* pr’ople edn bully and h\rmti/e enough 
annouws^r* and IHenrrs into ■spying w<»d’* their 
way. their way will in time he re<*ognizet| as correct. 

If I \(ere to start ranting against American 
spelling as well as American pronunciatirm. I would 
be on dangerous ground. 

The Colonist itself u.sps American spelling for 
some words. For example, this newspaper has left 
out the loiter “u” from words like "color’* cvi*r 
since the days of Amor de ('osmos. 100 years ago. 

When this newspafier was iKirn. many of its 
readers were American gold miners here from 
California to cut themselves a slice of the new 
Eldorado on the Fraser River. 

There was a rinse link l>elween Victoria anr! 
San Francisco, its big brother city down the coast. 
In raanv wavs, colonial Victoria was a little bit of 
the old U.S.A. 


iljpy havf rimde<| to pir»vidc 
a similar party in the 
Year. 

Ponald .l.trohs. ihalirr.n-i of 
Mie ‘ • rru-mlx’i'ship comriiiiiee. 
wiiirh h.is air.it.ci’d tlic p.utlrs 
;n thr s.ii.i Ms! night ihe 

piirl) had Ihtii pn'lpuni-il hr 
caiisr III mhei vimi" tlir rlill- 
dren in br gur^ls at a 

of oiIiot |i.uiu*s. 

Hut tJlrii ll.iinilin:i fv'.-n 
live dlMTtDl of ilir C*i>mmumt> 
Urllaie (.’ounnl. said Iasi 
nichl he knew nt. nn i).irlirs 
hriMg nigani/rd lnr the I’liil- 
dren. 

Wrlf.iie rhil<lu*n Iinm S.i.i 


I Christmas Bonus 
I FREE 

i NO MONKV nOWN 

Z S.M.M.I. ( 
niiiiMMiiiimiiMiiiiiiiimiiiiMitii 


V A N ( Ol V ER « Pi — 
\ uUn throughout British 
Cnlumhla eo to thr |m>IK to- 
da> to make thrir rlmi«-r% 
for dvlr olfirr and deride on 
v|M‘fMlini; program** 
ImuhinK many niillUuis of 
dollars. 

KI«*4-tj«His are on In 
ritle%. three towns. A" »11- 
laK<*s and :t0 orKanl/rd dl>- 
trhtv 

Kliiorldalion is a major is- 
sue In several renirea. 


(iKKAT l*U04K T ^ 

('.rand (’<*uice d.im on the 
I'laiimbia Rivoi in Vy'ashinpton 
'i.Ur uliim.iirlv will iniRaie 
1 jiNiiiun a.-rr*- 


Mic s an uui roMnann 

It's “Iide ’er. cowgirl” for Kli/aMh Wilkmscui, 13 
who gets .1 quick trip lo her milking chores. She 
ride's the range in Su.^sox. England. 


a liner 

^hiskA' 


LITTLE & TAYLOR 
LTD. 


Fashion Firsts at 


Few other buKinessea have Thumas Napiei Iiinben Jir- 
Journeyed ihrouBh ihe whole iive<i fiom San FranciBC<i and 
Mf (I ceniuiy in Victoua wiih epemvi a hook *toie. and cvi- 
the Colonist. tJenlly piospi’ied for the nexl 

They ine[ude the Hiul.vm's >«*ar hr was building a capa- 
Bay Co. Hukman Tje Hard r*eus hrick store" on Yairs. 
ware Co,, and the firmt. KihtM-M* became a favorite 
kn..wn lona.v* as TTir Inggon t. PirrUng pla.-e in raily Vir- 
WilIxfH Siaimnriv L’l-oipany. loiia. surressjvrjy became 
Ship CJ.andlei.s < Mc«.^uadc s* ll.hben IV.ne Digg'-n Hibb<*n 

l.M, «n.l Lu.kj U«.'i H.,-» I"SC..n- 1.0 .nl i..d»y. Dig 

g»>n s \S lilson Staiiiinerj. 

I'lii'ft Ltd. 

The Hudsons luy Co, .It ^IHVUS 

couisf. h.id csiahUshcU Its W .lham StrintW'Tprr, one of 
Iradiog post vrais lieloie th»* advriUiirers wn^ airived 
ilic lu-si L'oioinsi w.js p»i!i(i-d In * ivrd .t .surplus of 
lihj )e.iia ago Hut ol the S«ain that couhln'i Iw s.,id to 
Uliicis. IIMTIC oweeds ihe Culo H"ss.a h. . uUve .J ll.r Ci im.Mn 
nisi in age h> moie ilun aiid m-i up a birweiy at 

momlis .\.u do iwo inMilu- Swan 1-nke to u<r il. 
ljuns tiul van trace ihnr di Hr m..vr,i ihr m-xi year 
n>cl anlrcedrnl.s back « ren- wlu'n WiUe. w.ts piped lo town 
lurv in Vicioiw. Unyal Jutu- li'-m Sprine lUdm to Disrov 
irr and Sh Anns (iovcmnerit. wlirtr 

, siji firms »|nvvn tn tn 
' '**** ■ ■ f.nv s I.ucky Htowenes 

Nt» NKEI» I ,,i continued the hu.sl 

Urason for this Miuaiinn is 


|l•gon<• el Setigs . . fi/>*lf.*>ad# 
volw« . . • 

Ch««i« • fo*r 


WinNAUCR. Uniquely de- 
gigned mon'i watch. Smart 
•trop. $6S.(X} 


WITTNAUER. Stunning 
brocalei wotch in a dointy 
deiign. $37.50 


Agents for faingincs and N^iltiuMier \(iif«hi*s 

J|M>n l-rklay 
Till It p.m. 


Convenient 

Terms 


I alberta distillers, limited 

Thil iv rol pgbluhfd O’ duDUrfd by |ke Liquor Control 

BcA'd O' by tlvr Govr.nwerit ol Potah Coiy^bia 


rfOP nmiglas street t.Srnllnrd RIdg.) IMione 


Your gifts by S H U LT O N 
give special Christmas pleasure 


A new advenluie novel by Sooke writer 

Gamelt Weston, set iri a mythical town called Port 
Albert near Victoria, is io appear in the Star 
Weekly. January or Febniary. 

* * * 

William ('. Kersey, “the Keating Squire." re- 

tlrerl businessman, former Saanich councillor and 
long-time cireulaMon enntrartor for the Uoloniv-t in 
Saanich, is scheduled to fly lo Hawaii Saturday for 
a winter holiday. 

* * * 

Venison rustlers Ia<t weekend slaughtered and 

stole away a five-year-old buck deer from the 

Reaeon Hill Park animal era-tosure. 

A lot of angry people are after Ihe deeislavers* 
blood. Ted Hayward, former Victoria SP('A in- 
spector. now owner of a cafe near Si. Jt).sef>h's Hos- 
pital. phoned last night to add his voice tn the 
chorus of protect. 

He wants to put un reward for the Milulion 
of the rrimr 'Tliis hringv; to Is’OO the amount 
offered for the arrest of the Butchers of Beacon 
Hill. 


Mm when ihe nnnen* 

Hiving. r»»mmerce <iUieT plan 

II ti.irtmg w.r* bom In Vic 
>na. In tent* and «harks and 
**n IwTjrrrt shtn* 

U HS A V|» sHO\ KI.S 
Hukmun Txe. nnw a whole- 
Hie film. Itfsi npened I’s 
...IIS as a shop nn Ya'es 
I'leH, selling picks and *hnV' 
U anil IKUH add other AUp 




Koolmuiys Firsl 


Fii si pMWf'r flrv eloped fmm 
the Columbia KIvei will gn (o 
Ihe Kf*nlenay ^l^.•Ol'1^1 I'trmiei 
Mrnneif said la«t nigh* 

' VVe want the Koi.tr’tMVs to 
have fust rail nn that power 
f/vr new indusiiu’s in the 
KnnlenaVB," he *Jilil 

Mr M*-nnett reileiatrd his 
iuorr.se ftiat Columbia Riv.t 


OLD SPICE GIFT SET 
Altar Shove lolion. After Shove Tolcum« 
Pretfcuriied Smooth Shova 3.&S 


ESCAPADE 


Eorly Americon OLD SPICE 
Spray Cologne 3 00 


Bubbling Bath Cryvtoli 2.00 


Frigates l{eliirn 
sduimall Todav 


010 SPICE 
After Shove lotton 
1.35 ond 2.00 


OLD SPICE GIFT SET 
Plovttc ConloinersI Aker Shove 
Lotion, Stick Dtodorarvt 275 


Four naval frigates of the Uuding Is evpe«le<l to take 
Pacific ('ommand ate returning three da>a. 
toflav fmm eaeniae* off the Ttlniiy Pioneer .lamaged a 
California coasi. piopellei nn the rrnasuig (lom 

HMC Ships SletMer. Jon- Japan. Repairs were rmnpU l.*d 
quieti*. New illasgow and An- at Vlcton.v .Marhmorv hepoi 
tigonish ate due to dn» k at Hue to sail from heie at 5 
Ksquimalt at 110 pm pm lodav is Baron Aidrnssan. 

A sister ship, MMCS NCw al«o with lumber for S«.uih 
Wain ford, leii.rned ahead of Alm'a 

arhedulc laM nig'ii bunging a Ships l.wdmg ai nihei UUmI 
aifk s**am.in in lin»piUl pulls , 

In Vii'Ouia the fieighlei 
Trinity Pioneer will loud a * 11.1 Trt»r.mM»r 
cargo of lumbei loi South 

Af. i.a after n.mplet.nc tiials "'Vw 

ye>tertlay off Bnil.nie lAilge Nsns.iK* Kn>». u*ru ar>*A M«ru 


FRIENDSHIP GARDEN 
"CHARMER" SET 
Guevt Sizes: Toilet Woter, 
Tokum.Body Sochef, 
Bubbling Both Cryviolt , 

1.50 y 


Weather Forecast 


OLD SPICE 
Prt'Electric Shove lotion 


lleremher II, 

Cloudy with *ht»wers in the 
morning. A lev^ aunny |KTi<>d.s 
In the aftrrn.Hin l.iiMe . hnnge 
in temperature W'ln.ls light 
northerly. Precipiiation Wed. 
ne.sday. .18. Sun.shlne nil. 

Rer-orded Tenipermlttrea 

High .45 Low- . ..38 

Foreemat Temperature* 

High 47 Law . W 

Sunri.se ..7.55 Suneet . 4 18 

Ka.st ('oast of Vant-ouver » t-e*** 
laland Cloudy with ahoweri m'.k*wi 
and exicnalve log pauhes In 
the morning- A levs auimv 
period* tn ihe afternoon Little 
change in temperature. Win.lA •* ■ •* 

light, iligii and low at N.i 
natmo. 45 and .35. 

Weal Coaat of Vamviuver 
Island Cloudy with a few sm.*" ivrnsa 
showers Ltltle change lt> 
tomperature. Winds light. 

Wednesday. 52 and 45. 




aouoY 


DESERT FLOWER 
Puria Perfume 2-00 


KM riHM >1 MH 

Tiftw H< T.mr Mt T«n« H. Twiv* IO 

HK*i Wt.rr Low Water 

r. '< ih -• <» »•'»<* ainw a: 

l« -WW ■114''' *veM» H.tTi 

r X, -i.rw 'Mjs *' »'* .« 

i4'«ti asirM fine r^sie .-4 

ti > > . I. * ism : 4 

)» >p. * • tv 1 . 

)T i,( I* a • m II « 1 

•* >-■ I* ' I • »4 

IS ipm 4 « >jre » > !» M« 4 1 


OLD SPICE "TREASURE CHEST‘D 
Preiiurized Smooth Shove, After 
Shave lotion. Cologrve, AHer Shave 
Tolcum, Shovver Soap, St4ck 
Deedorofit, Body Teiomi 9.00 


DESERT FLOWER 
Hood end Body lotion 
ond To*let Woter 3.50 


Nm Y*f4 SHULTON T*>— 1> 


.''U ientists hale fourvd trace* 
in northero Iran of a farm 
economy that; existed B.OOO 
yeara ago. 


watches 


ii 

wmm 

1 

jii 

-4 













Governments, Churches, Services 


ktip (Sotmiift. Vktwta 
Dm. It. 1951 


Congratulate Colonist on Centenar 


^Guide to Our People^ Province and Canada 


uf conKratulMtion 
on ilie Unity Colonist s luoth 
birtiuUiy poured in liotn 
all BLToss Canada. 


•*I am sure that thw ih«* editor and repoilers of the porlinp of happenlnc* in both ways remain the same fine Colonist will retell the huior>- 

standards wtll be mainiaintMl CoIoriLst and the municipality the reuulnr and auxiliary air* force and continue to enjoy of our first 100 years, and 

in the years that he aheiul." of Ustjuiinalt ha,s hi^en m>»-i foico and close liaison with the excellent reputation in the will bring bark meenones a.s 

* « « pleasant and happy The Colon- our ixTwmnel on search and community and the province, 


of tireatcr Victoria wcU in 


NO MONEY DOWN 


JumbiB'a lieutenant • governor, 
Hon. Frank .M. Kmn com- 
meniifd on t*e small number 
of institutions which have 
giown from the very begin 
mugs of the province. 

"Uunng that long penorl, 
you have been a medium for 
dispensing news and through 
your editorial policy, inter 
preting and guiding public 
opinion With fairness and 
auiTPss." Lieu leiiant-tjover nor 
Kti.ss slated. 

' ll ia my hope that you may 
long continue to occupy the 
same piuminent field, and 
continue to philuxophl/e and 
to he a guide In youi editorial 
p«il»cies lor the tjcttermeni of 
Our people. Our Province and 
Our Canada." 


HuhscnbiTs of a true picture of 
‘service life." 

affairs.- and fair-minded and 

well ihoiiehi-fiiir ediioriaU and ♦ * * 

articles presented daily are a R, >|, stntthan. I,eader of 
source of great pu>u»uie to us the Oppo.sition in the Bnil.sh 

Columbia I^'gislaiive Assem- 
bly; "Please accept my ixin- 
uraiulathms and my best 
wishes for the future." 


years of progres.s 

*It IS most fortunate for 
our province to have had the 
history of this new area re- 
corded day hy day since the 
first issue of the Victoria 
British Colonist was published 
on December 11, 18.VS. 

"The special centennial com- 
memorative copy of The Daily 


Turkey 

II Ib«. 

Ham 

Dfitcioui Xait» • Ih* 

Oranges 

On« A»»pin( bOK 

ClwM'olales 

l•ll> Xm«« bM 

Tree 

Cboic* s n 


xo psYurxT Tiu nsaraai 


CHKISTM.AS BOM S 

TrmiM •(•In ihi« •iciuuve 

ottn in lit* \iuf »pmi ol Chruimn, 
Titr iirtt ar* not crtai nar 
(TaiKl but ai iMt*T mii hr>p mabr 

yngt holi<]a> a iiMir mni* piMaani arn 
la*t rvprnaiva ioo 

Tara I 

Situll Cara 


Rear Admiral II. S. Rayner, 
ag (ifficer Pacific Coast: 


TELMAC 


U4. THfSk nirrs wira tviav ri'aiHcof 


to the citizens not only of Vic- Colonist, totri‘'her with bc-t the fact Uiat Kriii.sh Columhia 
toria hut also of Vancouver "I'.hcs inr 'lit* futuie. oi i_its Colonist are both cele- 

LJand and many pans of the IWth bu t hd-ij . KHith anniversaries 

mainland. "In this rfci* nl so many y'Ht. 

"During lhat century of r.ipul chan;’i'-‘ iinih .it Imme "On behalf of the British 
service, the Cotonist has al •«n«l ahro.ul it ix mcrcnsinciy Ct^durnbia Centennial Commit- 
ways tj«i‘n in the f<iiefiont in important iUnr wc be kept tee, I wi<h to thank tJie (*ol- 
its elfoi is to build not only the fully <md impurtinlly inlormei} onivt f,n- great co n|n'ration 
ciiy but a bigger and tieiter events and trervts which .|f u’'d assisiani e during our On- 
province and D<»minion of Can- f‘‘‘'' f'bi lives, tennial Year to l•ongl•atulatp 

afl.i It ha^ had many atilc* ’TIUs is tiring dune for free p-'per on its fme quality 
cdiliirs and its cihlorial p«ilirv people by a free press and I and high st.itulard, a.s well as 
has conti ihuted in no small de- know The Daily Coloni.st can tn wi«h the Colonist a most 
glee lo ihc piogresK this city* be very ptouil ol its contnbu- happy innih birthday, 
ha*- maile tinn in rfns ceii'-e over the "May your newspatjer al 

"During nur first iho years cvoniful r«Miiury." - - 


HON. FRANK .M RO.SS 
• • • 'long cfintmue' 


Brigadier -1. \V. Bisliop. mm 
mandiT Hi’, area, t’una'tian 
Army: *'f)n behalf of alt C” h 
di.in .\rmy pcisonncl in Rnt 
]sh Columbia. I wish to puss 
on rongr.itiil.ihiins in the Vie 
tnii.i Colonist on their lOOth 
aimivej K.iry of puhiirnnon. 

"VVeol Ihc army have grown 
with the (’olonisl over tlie fuist 
liMi year* .i-s staunch sup 
pot tiTs of, Victoria and Dl.in<l 
communilies. The original 
Bnii-.M garrison of \'i- i.ui.i 
|)us.s«‘d 111 the r.inadi.nn Army 
at the turn of the century. 

"Many serviremcn and 
wonwn lifm Vicii.ti.i have 
s»T\cd In hiith Woild W.ns 
an<l many of our .senior nffi- 
cei.s, wail. ml nDne!-? and non- 
1'ommissioni‘d officers m the 
aimy loil.iy ma>le then start in 
Vjriona gairlson, 

"l*he Colnrirt has always re- 
pnricii army achviijcs m a fair 
and imparU.H mannet. bring 
ing to the Canadian public an 
unbitiHe<l view ol ervu-e life in 
British I'niumlMa." 


HEAT 

YOUR 

HOME 

Economically! 


DRUM 

FURNACES 


Willi Ug«— S22.SI 


. . . Plenty of heat for 
small outlay! Install 
it yourself - we will 
show you how. Made 
of good steel drums, 
rsimpleie with east 
iron door and stove- 
pil»e collar. 


Milk 


'piuneenng spirit 


Air CnnimfMlore A. I>. Rohs, 
comniaiitliT of 5 Air Division. 
Rl'AF. ".Membi'i s of the Royal 
(.'.irtftdian Air Koiic sei-vmg 
in British (‘onimbu |om me in 
sending enin’i.ifid.itinns to fh»* 
Virit.ua D-iily tvilonisl on Ms 
H^itn annixcrs.iiy of puhhc-i 
tinn. 

'Many eiii/ens of Can.i>ia 
remcmt«T Vaiuouver Nl.ind 
and the ('olonisl lioni w.irtsme 
air siaiionv at Patricia Bay. 
Tnfmo. Comox end Coal Har- 
bour A large numtici ol air- 
men and itietr depeiulenfh ‘at 
(*omn\ and Hnlherg %iil| relv 
nn the t’nlonj.sl for up-to the- 
minute news iDi|,,y 

"I’l^impt and^p^Ficicni re- 


Re«-ve l-red Norris of Oak 
Bay- "The Daily Colonist's 100 
years of puhhcntion is its own 
best testimoniiil of gicai pub- 
tie service m this commumiy. 

"Wiihmit being basically 
sounil and fffhward thinking in 
Us approach. It wouM not still 
he accepted as Vamo.iver 
Isl.ind'.s leading newspa(>ci. 

"1 am sure every n'sident of 
Onk Bay will endorse the reeve 
in extending to the Colonist 
heaiiy congratulations fin the 
first of many centennial anni- 
ver-iaiies' 


"We are exlremi'ly happy 
lhat a fine oigani/aiion like 
The Daily Colonist should have 
CM-sfed ffir Id*! yeais " 


Guaranteed 100% 

Parte Fre^—Pay Lett 


The mip 
evaporated milk 
processed tn B.C» 


Most Revi*r«*nd Har«ild F. 
Revtcm. Archbishop of British 
Columbia "On behalf of the 
Anglican Cliuich in V'lctoiia 
and throughout the provines* I 
am happy to evieud our watm- 
est congratulntions to the puh 
lislier. the iHliinr and the steff 
of The Daily Colonisi as Ihev 
celebrate the rentenary of 
their .valuable newsfM»|M*r 
"The c e 1 e b r a 1 I n n may 
nghliy be regaf<lc<f a^jn iruli- 
cation of the Ccilnnisl> worth 
and of ll.s afipteciution hy suc- 
ceeding generations of citizens 
"I send my hearty gocsl 
Wishes for its rfmltnut*d suc- 
cess; may its future he worthy 
of its long and honored past." 


PHONK F\ 39703 


FROhf H^fiSOYS H'0R/.0 OF WONDERFUL THINGS 


Mtosl Rev. 4antes M- Hill 
Ristmp of Vicloiia "As one of 
tis thousands of fnentls in the 
community and ihrnughnui the 
pinvlnre and the ismntry. I 
hasten to offer lo The Dully 
Cnlonl.-.f my very eniflial I'on- 
giaiulaiinns on the |(¥hh aii- 
niveisary of Us foundation. 

"May the mspiiaiion i l\ a t 
Springs from a century of dedi- 
cated and signal .service prove 
a fruitful incentive to still 
greater •ehievemeni in the 
years lhat he ahead." 


From the h>pH quality niorXett . the faihion rentrts of 
the U'ortd jual a IttUe M better a lot mote exctlinq 
and thnlltngly orceplaMe . . futf a /eic of hundret/a and 
hundredt of tovely qi/7$ . m (be dtatmcfrre Wilaon Gl/t 

Sot. tymM at anrart.in^ ^uafity 


rtihiir Works Mln|s<er 
Howard (ireen: "It i.s* a gie/it 
pleasure to extend my **nti 
grniul.itions on the occasion of 
the Bxiih anniversary of the 
founding of The Daiiy Colon- 
ist. 

"Down the years, your paper 
has been at all times among 
the leading newspapers of Can- 
ada and has given coverage 
of local, provincial, national 
and international affairs which 
has not been excelled in nur 
piovinre. 


M iMokar'i tnu(S i| r«min| (oi»f 
tmokmi plaatuft lau m-i Itivkiar t 
Mriiura aoud pant ot ftpsav ar 
trrup maka asa baltie inln t»a 
bolllti Kaap un« (cpaomrrti b 
rSartiva atntura at |tm« badtrOa 
Taka ana foot «s"( al badtrma and 
•aka wp Irat pi tsat amrami tatp 
Rahava cMthinp aipsit ••« di,$ min 


Women s Dressing Gowns29.50 

A robe from (Vifpon'a . . . irarm. fiLTunoui. and very im>ef|r 
indeed At Wtiton't you’ll chooae from imported ViyeUaa 
IN ptttina tariani and Patileya St>ort and /uthlength modalg. 
Full lathtoned . . . heoufifMlfy uufored. 


Rev. A. I. Riggins, president 
of the Ministerial As.sociation 
of VirtorU; "On behalf of the 
Ministerial Association of Vic 
Iona, 1 would like to extend 
our congratulations to the 
Colonist on Ms lOOth biiihday 
of puhlicaiton - 

"The newspuisT exercises a 
vety informaiive and e<lu 
calinnal power ufKin ttie com 
munitv it serve.s. It is pio;ierly 
known as the vou-e of lieedom 
of the people, and our demo- 
cratic countries are most 
fortunate in being served by 
newsjMpers that are anxious to 
pul the truth before the public 
ha*cauae this is the o n 1 y 
medium b> which we can nh 
tain a gra*at deal of our infor 
matton. 


Women s Sweaters 

29.50 17.50 16.50 


FARM MARKET 

ur» lf.\l I.TAIN STRKKT 


C/otsic Imported Cardigani by “Braemar*’ of Sttitland In 
ttie dtaltnctive Wtlaon Gift Box. a pretent ihr‘11 ireosura 
leaton after iea«oa AU thadet. tuet Pure Woof Coib- 
mere 39A0 Pure Lambau'ool 1S.M Pure Lombewool hy 
pringte Fancy Pulloveri m a;bile and paatelt — alt tttet. 
Thetf much eheruhed. hard-tO'-come-by Sweotert are m 
ampiv tupply al Wileon’i 17 SO. 


I’rires Lffeciive ThiinMlay. Friday. Saturday ami Sunday 

l,o<’al Bulk 


PARSNIP 


Cinarla No t 


Im-al Bulk 


Men s Sweaters 

13.95 14.95 29.95 


Canaria Nn 


‘ Chriitmai 
HKIVU 15 4 “ 29 ' Tr««. 15 e and u 

Open Se>d*n Bays a Week fmm 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. 


pure tombnroof long-ifeere V-necit PuUnrert U Bft. 
imatON Sreoferi, mported vhtte. cable pfitrlt. contfsptmf 
V-nerk 13 50 Indian S*oealert kntited dm 
Kaacoaner Itland lo Wtimn’i ifaNdordi af 
high quality 39 96 Imported Cardigant. pure 


OnTINCTIFtLY an WBAPFU> 


WfLSO.V GIFT 
CtRTtFlCATKS ^ 

BAP WFATHF.R* 

. ORDER BY 

rH0V£ OR MAIL 
^ DIAL £V 3-7177 


CANADIAN 


Wtsers 


so ISTERSST ... NO 
CARRYISG CIIAROt O.V 
r ACCOUNTS. 


HOURS Monday thrtxugh 
3stvr<(oy, 130 a m to 539 9.W 

^ NOTE rKvr.Frt 

befdra Chniimaa open UU 9 gjn. 


This •dvertlsement is not publwhod or ditpUywl by the Liquor Control Board or 
^ by the Government of British Columbia. 


lUreet — OppoaUe Poet Offlro 


CAPITAL 
IRON & 
METALS 




llimil.lllltilMIIIIIMMMIII 







•« I 


V 


IS58 Ifeila (HolmifA. i95S 

*\4n Indrpendf’nt yeivxpnper. 

The Orfian of .Vo Clique or Forty'* 


SETH HALTON*, PubliJihpr 


SANDhiAM CRAVENS, Editor-In Chief 


Put>li*hp«J e\ery rmirnlnf except >lt»nd«y by Ihe C'nlonW Publbihers LW. 
at 3831 DnuglB* SIrrel, \'lctorU. R.(’. 


TIII.'BSUAY. DKt KMBKK 11, lKi4 


Opening a Second Century 


A S the* now folio marker ‘*No. 1 — 
Y«‘ar'*. WHS dropped info 
plare on Pace 1 Iasi eveninj; The 
Daily Colonist rompleied jts first 
renfury as the oldest ronijmiousl>- 
published daily on the I^aeific sea- 
board. Today ue are relehraiin<r an 
event that can come f)nly once m a 
lifetime for thos<« who produce Ihe 
paper; a loyal and rloscly-knit team, 
backed by the latest and best in 
prinlinff facilities. 'Hits, the centen- 
nial edition, is offered to our sub- 
scribers with humility and pride: 
humility in re<’ogniljon of the respon- 
sibility of the Press \o society In this 
as in cvciy aRC, and pridi* in the 
achievements of the Colonist learns 
who were ptilllni; in the tniees 
throuRh nine .sue(‘v‘ssive (k'cades 
before the present one 

The centennial edition has tu'cn 
three ye.irs in its planning, three 
months* in (ompilation and less then 
three weeks in produeiion Into it 
has gone the lv»st of the advice and 
experience of many minds draw n 
from every defiartment of the paper. 
In essence it is an antholocy — a 
flashback to the time. mood, cirrum- 
stance and the actual reports of the 
crucial event* described h\' the <’*ol- 
onist in contemfiorary. livinc history. 
While omissions throujih lun'cssary 
limitation of space are recretted. our 
hope is that the centennial rdllinn 
will hold a mirror up to times pnef 
for the en'ichtonmenl of the prest'ot, 
and as a stimulus and encouraqemciit 
for the future. Hrilish Columbia was 
horn during the same period, and 
these arc Ihc roots from which it has 
.sprung. 

Of the many ncknowledgments 
we would like to make, the fir<t 
slirmid be to our founder. Amor de 
Cpsmos, who on Dec. 11. put 

Ihe first issue of the "Hritish Col- 
onist** to bed. Next assuredly is the 
enduring debt of gratitude which the 
paper owes to its subscribers: in<d»d- 
ing one Victoria family more than 


RO years on our lists, numliers for 
.V) >eurs or more, ami the thousands 
of individuals who each morning 
receive the Colonist on their dof>r- 
step fifrm the hands of our young 
— c'anadiarn on their 
way up. No paper could thrive lor a 
ceniuiy without friends; the Colonist 
has had many and values them 
highly. Not iea^l amon^ the ack- 
nowledgments is the <ifht we owe to 
our advertisei's, many of wliom have 
given unHiiling sup|K>rt to the paper 
through the years. Finally, we are 
grateful to the .scores of new<pa[HT- 
rnen and • newsimficrwomen who m 
their turn ticked the a.ssignmenl 
hook. It is their work in fmrt we re- 
pioduce today. ■* 

While tht» centennial edition is 
designed lo'teil its own stoi*y from 
the daily hlstorj' of successive times, 
it is pertinent To cofnment that the 
p'^rind trom to 19^ Inevitably 
will encage the mimN of historian*, 
scientists, sociologists, economists 
and many others for decades to come. 
In wiewv by itself there hi- been an 
a<ivancj» to knowledge that cannot 
even be compiled for many years. 
The sweep of w'orld events in the 
siime time ha* been far more then 
the turning of one century into 
another. In these vivid, swiftly 
clianglng lime* the Pre.w is historieal 
iM’fnre it can hd anything el^e. \Ve 
are pi*mid of the fart that the fir«t 
■Jo veers of this paper in mierofilm 
i« o.irt of Ihe official archives of 
r.ritish rolumbia. the daily written 
ri‘<"'i'd of pioneer days. 

.\s it etders a second rentun'. 
Tlte Daily ColonM acknowledges the 
very rich heiit.'ige it has reo'ivrd 
from the past, and looks fonvard 
with confiilimce to the future. \’oIn- 
lile as the times may Ih>. the yeast 
that is stirring everywhere in 
humanity tothy is the feiTnont.of 
freedom, and not Its opfiosite. True 
dcmfxTaeN' has nothing to fe:ir. Tliere 
Is cneonrngement in fh.at for this, a 
free land. 


This Is Election Day 


C ITIZEN.R of the flre.iter Victoria 
municipalilie.s have no exeuso 
this time for unawareni’ss of the fact 
that today is their election day. With 
important flecisirms to be marie by 
way of the ballot box. and even llie 
almost unbeard-of evetp of a <*(>nlf*<t 
for the reeve‘»hi[i of Hnk It.’'.”. Uwal 
affairs have been .rhiming a •:re:‘t 
deal of pubhc attonlii'n Ihc'-e la-t 
few weeks. 

Apart from interest in the e'ee. 
tion oT cminril candidates, the reler- 
endums on am.ilgani.ation ai’e like'y 
to bring out a larger than usual vote 
In Victoria city ami Saanich — at 
least it is earnestly In N' hoped that 
they will, for the decisiun made to- 
day Is of the utmost importanc'e to 


resirlenis of both municipalities. 
While this issue does not flirectly 
i’nn<’"rn the people of Oak Day anrl 
Ksouinnit. the spirilerl debate if has 
aro’iv,'fl h.as siMvcd lo foeiis altenlinri 
on civic aff.iifs generallv. and as a 
|•enu:^'!■*r that l>ee. 11 is |n<al elec- 
inn li.iy ihi’oughoul the n*ei{in The 
perking bvl.'ivv f)fler«* a 
furthi*'* inr'etitive to niv !Mti‘n:iv<‘i s 
\tt visit the p<il!s. In .'vianich aho 
t' e.i* art' two money iiy'.nw s tbialling 
Rl.Tt’O.'Kio which, since thev touch 
the {Kckcthonk. can Ih* counted on 
lo gain attention in the are,*LS 
. affected. 

After this evening it will la? loo 
late for anyone who neglects Ihe 
opportunity the franchise .affords to 
complain about the rosulls. 


Mr. Claus in Reverse 


T TOW fast .Santa ('latis and his 
^ ^ reindeer can travel is p-rlvips 
a secret kept liy the jolly old pilot 
him.self. There is no reason to bdawe 
he cannot match the spccfi of air- 
rraft. however, for he never Tni««es 
an appointment on (*hri«lmns F.ve, 
He ran therefore afford to wave 
comptnccnlly ns he p.issr« ROAF 
planes heading in the opposite direc- 
tion. 

It is appropriate that while Mr. 
Claus he.ids south on his annual 
mis.slon of good cheer to settled .area* 
tlie RCAK should head north to the 
scattered outposts of the Canadian 
Arctic. None of these will go with- 
out as the Yuletide approaches, and 
the air force i* currently dropping by 
parachute turkey*. Chroma* trees, 
and other seasonable gifts, at sjvnts 
marked by oil flairs. This is an 
arduous task, fl.ving in bli/y.ards and 


Interpreting the News 


uncertain weatlier. but it must bnng 
Ihe aircrew much -.tli- .u’tioii. 

Operation rhnsimas, ns it is not 
but might well be c.allef!. follows hard 
on the How* of a five-month Arctic 
lour by governnu'nt *iup*— Ix'aring 
supplies for defence and police out- 
fmsts. treating F.skimo* and convey- 
ing missionaries, traders and others 
to and frf> across the vviilc reaches 
of the (’nnndum northlands. The 
su'^tenanre of these posts keep* the 
Rcfl Knsign's sovereignty alive in 
these kmelv regions. 

The Rr'AK Trmsjvort ('■'vmmnnd’s 
northern flights, nlthniigh equally 
important, are of <llfferent genre. 
They are <le<igned to embrace thase 
Airtk* t'nn.idians in the common 
weal of Chn>*lmns- Mr. Santa Haus. 
as he drives his reindeer dnw n 
towards civilization, will I'e glad do 
know that those ne jeaves behind are 
not forgotten. 


East Germany Buffer Zone? 


By .lO.sKril Mtf.'SWEK.N 
rantdlsn rr>'<s Al»ff Urltrr 


B ritain h*« emerged •• the mo*i ar 

itcvilaic Wfilem •rtvocat* ot the Irtea 
lh»i Premier Krhushchev* Berlin propo 
m 1« •houW he uvsl as a springboard Inr 
hrnaft rvagoliationi with Rua«ia 
f-'omgn Miniatcr Srlwyn Ll'>yH 
th^ miliame la»l «hrn he outlined 

lh<* Rrltlah governmnu % thinking to 
lh» of OAmtnena Hi* aperrh 1 * iTr- 

laln to have an Important hrsrtne on 
NATO diacuaatoni hrglnntng In P«:1i 
noM week. 

What Lloyd uya, In effect i* that It 
la uMleaa to conaider Berlin aa an Uolaicd 


problem; that it cannot h« separated 
from Ihe broader quealion of Cermany a* 
a whnle. European aecurlly and arma- 
meni cnnir*^!. 

Tire I'nited isiate*. loo ha* been 
pondemc thi* .icvk. as 's •'inwn hy one. 
^po> esm-sn's remaik that Ktu ushchev - 
aruon "ijera u* oul of the trenrlie* and 
into Ihe rlipk>m.<iic arena tt n(>ci^a up big 
oppofiunuiea a* well as " 

R'lt Uo)d'i speerh g -e* further out- 
lining In general terms a romprehen*ive 
prormm and giving eluea a« to vvhal lh« 
West might endoise and acc«pL 













■ vVr! ' 
'kv 







“Is this an parly one. or is it left over from last summer? 


Thinking Aioud 

, of Shoes and ships- and seal- 
liijj wa.x -t*f cabbages and kings." 

By TOM TAVUm 

■V 7 -E;-?TKRDAY being a klrSFnfHog- 
1 manay. this morn is a kind of 
New Ye.ir s Pay. so let us keri> in 
Ihe mood of frc*-h- 
ne-»s hy talking in* 
dirocily of youth; 
jj| beginning, paiadox- 

irally. with an el- 
y deil.v genilem.ui. or 

4 ' ^ r.Hlier hi-s .slalue. 

^ You would rr;jii 

the Olid note In 
papier 

.ihmit the lep- 

lira of .'<ir Winaion t'hurrhill that 
has h.'en fashirtned. A piri'in' of it 
came under our view the day. before 
ye-’eul.ay. 

n IS a jMiweiful pie>e of i )ii<elhn?, 
im mistake aiMmi that I’hurclidl is 
si.ie lo •-jy of P a* he said of hi.s 
.•-iuihei land pniiiaiT that II 5 « vigor* 
Pi,- evimi'le.s of modern ait 

Arli'f.s don't things Ihe way 
ordinarv’ persons do. lhai has never 
hern more rnanifesi than In Ihe past 
few decades. They have lo follow 
ilir.r viMon. Bui there is room for 
wonder often that their cye.sight 
.thiiuld ho *<o peculiar. 


(iernld W nring 


Reports from Ottawa 


AV/IID P*V*' That laiJe question 
W Is an Idiom of our day-today 
living I'sually ii refers to who picks 
up the lunch lah, 
or buys the drinks, 
or gels Ihe ilckets. 

But iel’s apply U 
to the confUMed but 
tremendously i m • 

poriani s q u ahble 
amo' g Ihe generals. 

Ihe air marshals 
ana the politicians 
over what #^5 gov- 
einmeni should do to protect u* 
from air atiark. 

I'p lo now Ihe whnpoys angle 
has re«eiv'ed Hllle public altenlion. 
As a r*»-*ull I suspeiM ihe nation 
sees the que-»tinn simply as a mill- 
l.in.- one: the CF HY) manned Inter- 
cepioi versus the B«*maic unmanned 
inieireplor nr missile, with Air 
M.»rshal Roy Slemnn chiming m with 
•Let's have both." 

But you ran't gel the argument 
In true forus unless you answer that 
little question of "Who pays?" 

* * * 

The reason ihe gnvernmeni gaggeij 
over ilie lOT) program was the wst. 
At SLO'Hinooa per airplane Prime 
■_ jjmuiuf. Du'fenbuket's estimale the 
r.rii.itlun Mxjtflers wouhl p.iv over 
$1 iMs).N/).7)«W}~Te^uipTusf Tive or 
*is nf Ihe nine Ri’AK home delem-e 
squ.ulinns wuh ihe CK Id."! 

Hie gnvernmeni was able to 
throw oul the irfi berjuse of a 
new element In Ihe defence picture. 
Obviously the government could not 
leave the country defenceless on 
account of ihe cost. But by happen- 
stance the Ameiirans chose this lime 
to urge Ottawa 10 establish two Bo- 
mare missile h.ises for the defence 
nf Ihe Can.idt.sn induvirial heartland 
and the r.i*irrn I* .‘5. 

TJie latter is »»f mui h greater 
strategic lmpoit.in.e ihan southern 
Ontario and Qurhee so f,tr as win- 
ning a third W'orld war is ronrerned. 
The r .S. IS ringing its hor*lers with 
a chain of Bomarc installations. The 


90 


At le.i'-i however the rhurrhiU 
mviue IS not an ahsirart woik th.il 
ou+V d** could love; it is def- 

U.itely a likeness even if dt eunveys 
an uiusmlh impre.ssion, I'hutchtU w.ts 
no b-sllel d.-»ncer but he never .'•h-im* 
blcvl Nor Is the aiiis* overkmd wdh 
the fe.iluies he gives him. Tiue 
enough Churchill could be giim hut 
he had buoyancy and joy In life and 
It s loading the dice to give him the 
kind nf face Hogarth delighted in. 

The venerable Winston ts In his 
eighties, of iXHirse. and possibly that 
a-counls for the bent hack and the 
he.ivy lovvi. The sculptor may have 
bi-.-n nhse-ised w'lih his age 

1 .ii|.pu-e II Is inevit.ible ih.it when 
•wt lines are carved of famous men 
iliey depu'l them al their rurient 
aces. A man d«H’«n't usually rate a 
likeness in atone until he's well tip 
m year*, however, which i.s a ptly- 
It would be more reallatle If he were 
shown as he looked in hi* peak 
years, or even in hi* youth, Posterity 
will see In this Chimhill effigy only 
.10 old man and might never think 
of him a* a younger man. 

« * * 

f.*y<«ryone gets old. but that s no 
good reason why anyone should be 
periwlttaied in Ihe seie and vellow. 
is ii* Mow refreshing It would be to 
see giants of the past as tney ap- 
peared In their prime, nr earlier. After 
all. v^iufh is a* much a p.iri of m.in 
as old age 

I‘eih.sps sculptors muld take a hint 
from the stoiy fold by Alet.mder 
U.H,l(-oU of the Alpine climber who 
fell 10 his de.vlh m a crev.isxe M.s 
rompiirtions taieul.vied that ihegla- ier 
wi-uld bring his 'wdy down -'.Her a 
lapse of so piany >Mfs. and ihc-y te- 
turned ai the appoieued lime m Ini 
their fnebd preserver! In the pristine 
freshness of hi* youth. Each had aged 
In the interval hut he was as they 
knew him long ago. If some day an 
Everest mountaineer shouM find the 
Ire^encased figures of .Mallory and 
Irvine, they loo will have defted the 
years sui'-e 19^4. 

Barring the unforeseen Churchill 
a* he Iro/en in this stau'e is 
g-M.g to Iasi a long time He de--ri\cs 
bener th-*reforr. for no one should 

ever tie persuaded tn-tt this w,ts hi* 

finest hour. 

NVhal a hleslng that ihe art of 
photography flnui.shes well. ’for 
H Is to this medium that posieruy 
will turn to see what this great msn, 
and otheis, reaIJ> looked like. 


way southern Ontario dips below the 
49ih parallel like a hrrjad wedge 
aimed at America's ei*nnomlc heart 
makes it strategirally Important to 
put Bomarrs in that wedge. 

The m.iximum effecliveness of 
Bomarc inatallailnns in this area re- 
quires the reinforcement of the Pine- 
tree radar network with more radar, 
and Ihe provision of a JlO.OOO.OOi) 
S.A.G.E. electronic -computing centre. 
Total e.stimale costs close to $.300,- 
000,000. 

^ Then the public fallacy developed. 
Most p 4 *rsons apparently assume<l - 
ami the government let them a.ssume 
that the Canadian l.t\p.iyer would 
have to foot Ihi* hill. Thu* It m-ade 
more sen.se whnn the government cut 
back and hinied at rancellalmn lai^r 
- the CF 10.^ program. This was sav- 
ing money while si the same lime 
impio)^)g our defences 1 hr>mgh a 
"shift to missile*. ■ Or so it seemed. 
* * * 

But the fact is that for the past 
momh rommiltee* of Canadian and 
I’.*?, nffinsl* have hern working to 
find a formula for Ihe apportion- 
ment of Canadian Bomarc costs be- 
Iwren (‘anadian and Amerh.m tax- 
pavpis- B«»m.irc insfallalions in C.in- 
a/|a will fill a vrtal US. defence need, 
it i* argued, and therefore the U.S. 
sfltiiild pay a large sliare of the co.si. 

Only this week the rahinet is 
receiving Ifs first Intel im‘ reparuf 'ofl 
progress |n dickering over cost shar- 
ing. hut I'm told that our govern- 
ment expects Ihe U.S. lo pay at 
least two-lhirds of Ihe cost. 

In the meantime Ihe A. V. Roe 
Co, chairman. Crawford Gordon, has 
been talking about producing the in^ 
al $3,500,000 each rather than $ 9 ouo.. 
OiX). And defenie expert* like Sir- 
mon have been stressing the cnnimu- 
ing need for manned interceptors, 
along with mi.ssiles 

If the r S. fih k-s up moM of the 
tab on Bomarc. am] if the itfsi of 
I'dly equipped 10 *»s cam be held lo. 
say, $1500,000 ea<h. rhimces will be 
bright for the RCAF lo gel a limited 
number of 105s after all. 


The Packsack 


of GREGORY < I^RK 


tN all our large cities and towns 

^ there are miles of residential 

sireeis. built up before Ihe motor 

age. that have no 

Ride drives. This 

century was nearly f 

a quarter gone he- • 

fere It was realized ^ 

that everybody ^ 

• -•luld have a motor 

• ar. and. Aen m 

the most modest | ^ ^ / 

building enter- I / • L 

prises .V .side drive * 

wss undeisir»nd lo be a necessity, not 
a bit of swank. 

The absence of side drive* In all 
lhe«e miles and miles of older alreela 
I'onsdtuies one nf the greatest head- 
ache* of the present time. 

My father had a new house built 
for us in 1900. In what then wa* an 


outlying district, hut which now ii 
In the congested heart of the city. 
His chum. Jim MacMillan. de<-ided 
to build alongside us In drawing 
Iheir plan*, they Insisted that the 
builder leave a wide entrance be- 
tween them, a* both’ Jim and my 
father were fond nf gardens, and 
they planned lo have a fine privet 
heslge. with perennial borrters.- be- 
tween their hnuaes. instead of Ihe 
conventional fen«-e 

In five hlfwks of that then new 
residential *treet*fhese turned out to 
be the only two homes with a side 
drive, when the motorcar era ar- 
rived. When the time came for Jim 
and my father to move to celestial 
suburbs. Iheir houses sold for two 
or three thousand dollars more lhan 
Ihe prevailing price. 

But no privet hedge, alas, and no 
perennlat-horders. 


Cluttered Schools 


tS there any reason wh.v the dull, 
the Idle and 'he braggart should, 
In tne-.e da\* when munTCipalltie* 
are searching right and left for 
mooev clutter up expensive school 

sfW'e’' 

Oemocbacy should. idMlly, pro- 


WoMhington ( ngle 

Back to the 
New Deal 

Bv DAMI) l.A>VRKN( K 

B ack to the .New IVal! That's ttia 
new slogan It assumes that iii« 
nation ha* fmgniten all about tha 
catastrophe ot thr> 

1930*. when spend- 


y 


vide Ihe maximum opportunity for 
the deserving The di«abiliUe« «hould 
not be lack of family finance, -hut lack 
of Intellect, intelligence and deter- 
mmatloit. 

We are obviously far from achiev- 
ing these standards 

— «aMa.ios aracrato*. 


and yet faileil after 
sc\cn years to 
reduce the unem- 
ployment figure e 
bclnw 9.000 000 in 
J939. This was 
finally remedied 
onlv by Ihe out 
break of the war in Europe. 

Unsound economic* 1 .* being adw 
caied again as the b.iule Impejvl* 
in the next Congre-** he’vveen the 
".spenders" anff the "savers " Th.s is 
a classificai mn which dnesn 1 foH“\V 
party lines there aie "'.pendei^' iH 
Ihe Rppublic-an ;is well as Henuv 
cratic* lanKy m tjig. ;ioiih T a 
".savers’ get rlinr strengHi mamiy 
from the smiih and from vmie con- 
servative Republicans m the noiih. 

* * * 

. Tlie repunders of the new dc.ij 
are bei-ommg m-«re and ni-ire evl- 
dcni every day. They .ut to tie fn-i'id 
n‘d only in the pri'ss releases of some 
of Ihe '‘.siM-mleis" In t'nngress init m 
ibe legislatue prMgi.im Jtisi an- 
ijo'incpil hv the ’‘Americans (ni Dern-i- 
craiir Aciinn." wtiu h pooh pi>ohs in- 
f1atii>n.iry ilangers and promises un- 
bounded pnispeiitv by sj>eniling m»'iO 
ra- h year than Hie c««vernmeni •<<|. 
|er*s in laves The AHa In'^ lenpUiv 
suiemeni sent to all sen.siMev and 
representatives, rails enthusiasiu ally 
for a ■ new new deal 

The non.ilu*i* isn't rnnfined to 
Tongress. either. It seems 10 have 
burst forth alsi^from ihe sacred 
realm of Ihe Supn»me ('hi|r» Just 
after the Nnvom‘*er c|ei-(|.in. Ju-tua 
\5’illiain O. Dniigl.rs. m a s|>re.-h at 
the Columbia Cnivcrsiiy I..avv .*tehool 
In New Yoik City saul 

‘There was a lime wlien Ihe In- 
telligenlsiA fUwked to Washingum to 
man the ha.stion*. Those d.ns may 
fome again. At pri'-.eni the hulk of 
our elite are turning e!*-ewheie f..r 
adventure and llvelihiesi W.isliing- 
ton, DC. .and the stale r.ipit.'ils g»-t 
few of Hu* new rei lulls This is 
cqfnmunly,jUril 4 utr‘rl lg ^)ie lugli fi- 
nancial returns In other lines of en- 
deavor. That plavs a p.ari. hut in my 
view only a minor one The teal 
reasons invn|ve_jniangihles One is 
Ihe severe .smurge given to the pub- 
lie service in recent years Horn h.., * 
who marclung under Hie banner of 
Amerii ani.sm, have hunted down tha 
non eonformtsi «* well as ihe subver* 


'There are iiumerous nfher rea- 
sons why the climate m the nahon * 
capit.il that prevailed for ex.implc In 
the 1910s has ne>rr quile been le- 
stored One chief task ahead is lo 
re< reale the conditions that make a 
career with government an exMiing 
life " 

One wonders who were the mem- 
h«*rs of Ihe intellefhinl "eflte" w!^ 
were sf.ne.l aw.iy from W,ishu!;:t»ih ' 
in recent yeais, ami why. Did they 
h.ive something in their pasi n«.v». 
ciatuins which they were ashamed to 
reveal’ Why would anvone refialn 
from coming to work In the govern- 
ment - and get "clearanee" . if he 
re.vJ|y had nothing to hide’ .Such a 
blanket Indictment of the IrilellectiMl 
“elite" aeems a lllile severe For. 
while there may have i)oen isolaied 
cases of a i.Mu|fy ronscirnie ir d'*esri’i 
>eem pUiusihle that it l«>ok on the 
proporlloni nf a mass hovifitt of 
guvcrnttieni service 

I'ossihiv .among the lenf rens<>ns 
Ihe "elite " have bi-en reiu«l.in1 to 
come back Is the fa'I that Ihe Hemo- 
crailr Party has had among its lead- 
ers such noMMdi'.ai individuals a* 
.•-ienainr Lyndon Johnson and .'>en.iior 
Harry Byrd and Speaker Sam Rav- 
hurnand forihrighi John McCoFm*ck» 
floor leader of the House. 

* * * 

It enuld he that the New Deal 
"biain truslers" of the lO.'Vis ha\o 
born walling for a New r>eali«h 
presidenr .Sf*ne of them tried m/d- 
iraiinn in the ‘.Modem RepubJic.an" 
wing of Ihe Eiisenhowep adminisira- 
l|on atirl ca'Ied for bc.ld and imagj- 
native" idea* only In be frustrated 
when the prrsuk-nt met uoned a haJ- 
ancetl hiidgef or ‘creeping v>cl*hsm’ 
or the menace of mnafmn, 

. The New Dealers 0 / Hie 1910* ar« 
somewhat older now. though Ihere is 
no Sign they have become i»k) much 
lainied wjih ”» oo*erv suem ' Toptf 
only hojie ts f'*r a .New- f)e,al tv p# 
of president, end it will he reial'ei 
that Ihe |.i»e I'teMdeni Franklin f). 
Roosevelt wrote a letter saying that 
WiJham 0 Douglas, whom he had 
appointed to the .Supreme Court in 
1919 might be 1 good candidate for 
Vice president 

.Ma-.he the Itme has come to pm- 
mote Justice Douglas to the front 
line as a preaidenlial candidate Or* 
lalnly. so far a* political philosophy 
is cnniVrned he ia the clearest ex. 
poneni of .New Dcaiism in aclTve ser- 
vice tod.iv and he is only kfi and In 
the prime of rniellMiijal hfe Maybe 
he ;s the very man to "recreate the 
conditions' that made the years of 
Ihe New Deal an "exciting life" for 
our intelligenUia. Maybe if elected, 
he fXn "man Ihe hastton*" and coax 
the mlulng "•liW* lo com* back to 
WaahlAfion. 


4 








Saiill (TnlnniHl Victon*. B.C.. Tk«r«.. D«C. 11. 1958 J 

4 

l.<‘Il(‘rs lo ihe Kdilor 

Question of Eth ics j 

A r«»<vnt rill^4•^ thr lnu*r<‘.*'Mng qufsilon of 

uhtMher ii unoihtcrfl lo disoKir«>.>Li(h Mr Jj^n Dick. 
V<Mir rcadiTH mujii dc«'n|p'ihu! fr»r thcmvlvpj., of c«»ur*#*. 
But .some of hu» kUi;Ber»tum.s rin need a clear rv|>ly from 

me 

Ah«fUl the QueetMUuod ItiiMlens |)ro|tr>s«l 1 musi re> 
mind Mr. Dii-k that ii wa>i noi . kto|>p«'d only b> the 
<l*‘»ennincd HfotlH," ei« etc In tniih it waa Ati>|>(M*d by 
my'^lf berause it haa dixpIrAsinc to a maiorily o| leM- 


o arn l ir mgs. a senst- o outrage ngrrs on. 
is uofuitunatc iiut zoning ifguiatton^ ate not (or all 
lime, nor can tlm hand.s of *hr cl*H'k tw ■•repimd Siv pfo- 
posal UAH probooh hriii-r than uhni uill cvcniunll) be 
done utib Ihe pin{wrty ue i-uiiHirleted. hut it uili bt> d>>ne 
by other* and not h> me 

Your mriesiiiindenl u.«o also in.n'rorale in hr pnhie 
aifuit It, in repoiung that J uas “(Mihlicly irhiiked by the 
n*eve . . . foi inirfjdunng a thMumeni not yri approve*! 
b.N council.'' In fan. me reeve vaid that { had i'\eiy iighi 
lo make puhtic Ihe I'TvP pif»visinnal tnidgei. which is a 
public i>iip*T eveiy veai afiet Nov. .'id as set our jn Ihe 
Municipal An Kmmer I h^d a«‘luail> noiamrd ihe hudget 
on Ihe mnrniiiK of fhai mc**hrjg bv simply callmg up and 
asking Mr. rhaiiertons |>*-imisaion, which was readily 
gi anted. 

I have tt«-;iie<i this letter uitli some M>iiousrie>.< he. 
cause* nianv {rf i»ple paiih ulailv the oldei geiierAllon, 
aie loo C|uti‘k uiih eh.uges *»f utieiincal b**hAMoi tdten 
veigmg on ih«* iJhelliMis Wna« they u».uiilfy ni»-an i« that 
ttiey AM- III vigoiou.s disagi eemi'nl upli atimher man. Aiid 
In this they aie |ieih.<p.s to ih* corninen«l«>*| lor ai least 
ha* inc a rnii«.tdrre*l opimon Hul to go funliei. 1 auggesi. 

1* to go right off ifir rail* of gocKl ■***nse 

I udi enjoy mceiuig Mr. Dick m h— . siimuous day*. 

CliAHLtSM NELLt:S. 

l&OO Lan.sdoune RiKid. 

\oisy Minority 

R« the * rrgieitaOle pedoimame a* Victmia College, 

1 amreiely agtee •«« do many arndenrs* that there i-afi be 
no Justifiraiinn foi ihe •olfenaivr natuie of conduri' by 
tome of the .students duiing the addii^^ of Premmi iien- 
ncil. 'riiat the insult.s weie prrrnediiai>*d la obvious, and 
that ‘‘a iiue and gmuihc impudcrve is evci the effect *>1 
Ignoiance' is also ohv.nus. 

As a sfudem of the rnUege ho*.*--^-: I '•■••.id hke 

fn set right ilie f,asi* impie<kHi..iis ihat ail Die siuden'- 
look |wrf in The hoiiuic Dial all the .*«tud«’i>!s (>M'paie*| han 
nets and lhat nil .students lor evi-n a mamriivi ui-ni to 
the meeiihg fully »onvini*>d that ansihing s.iid by Ihe 
piemiiT Would »**• pure rubbish. Tine in an onloi.ker i » e . 
refiorlei I || Uoulil Aiqiear that Ihe msiorin were roudy 
and Immaiiite iini n luuk no tnoM* tbiiti l*d siudents to 
piepare the “off**nsive welcome ' ami ii look no moir 
Ilian four limes that numlwi. since »*mpiy vessels make 
Ihe loudevi nojse, to make rfimigh poise fni ihe whole 
group A few,- sfudenis orgAni/**d liiis hut they had many 
rnJInvveis. men of atlmn ate. aflei all ‘ said Heme, 

“only lh*‘ tincnnscious tnsiiumeiit!* *>f the men of thought.’* 
And In Diis e.is**, foul thought. 

These sfudenis, who weie a mmoniy. were nfmoosly 
pfejudici'd and U |v I»dl> l<i liy lo leaxm Ihe prejudice 
oul. sour |i tt.*s not teawmed m The' •isi'd l*«ud noisr* 
and ailiacring haniiei^. "lie who esi.miishcs hi* .ngument 
by muse and eommand." Mill .Muiiiaigne. "shows that hi* 
reason is w rah ’ 

Again I wish lo *iie*s that It was a minoiiiy group 
who showed immaturity and aov atiempt by the public 
nr pre*vs to term the rnliege siiidents 'in genetali •'un- 
educated hoodlum* ■ i.s equally based on poor rea.sonmg. 

ALLAN L. KNODEU 

1575 McRae Avenue. 

Ijtrk of l{psjn>ct 

If uhmitigaied rudeness ^d iHi k of lespert lor thf».*»e 
In authority i* a char ariprisiie in tw admired m youih. 1 
fail to iindeistwn*i why we aie unduly conrernetl In fhe rise 
In Juvenile delinquency. 

KLIZABEfH HOHDKV 

1^50 Oak Mount Road. 

Tinw Out of Jinnt 

Melhink* ther*- will he a fiighlful fUp m Ollnwa 
when they see this w**ek‘s Time .Magazine. On the lr**ni 
page of Ihe, Canadian .s»N-imn under “Canaduin Afiniis , 
The SetvuTS the capUon* have been wmngly placed. I 
Defrnre MinisiPi Peaikes ts Jabrlled NORAP's .Slemon. } 
and Ihe laiiei has hern taggr*! ns the defrnre minister. ; 
Ro.speciive pnoi*»ginjihs ate shown. ^ 

'I'lme foi oiiir i.v out of joint. 

C. S RKt.S. 

2.MT >'cinw<aal Hn.ot. 


Territorial Limits Dispute 


I ro.slv I rit^man 

. i 

WpflrinR a shirt over his fnigman'-s suit. I.ouis 
Lourmai.s, ,'JR. who h;».s imored 100 of his HOO-mile 
.swim down lhf» Fraser Irom f’nnre (ioorge lo Van- 
fduuM. is shown emerKing from Ihe 32.H di’cns' 
wat«*r at Qupsm’l. I'sinK a snorkel, he Ls rmiTod 
in Ire in Ihe 7oro lompemture. — (AP Photofax.) 

Ilerberl Kent Kites 
Held ill Cathedral 


I ATTusT^I (neod* gaiMcu*d 
in Oiiisi Chuii’h Cathrdial 
>('s|eidav lo fw«> final Ifihuie 
lo Heibeit Kent, widely 
kn<»wii in Victoim*- hu'-inesi. 

( Iul> Stops 
Meetin<is 

'Ilwie will be no mreiing of 
llir Silver Thiead* tjandirratt 
Club iiMlny 

S|»f*HeMnrn s.iid me»‘i|ngs 
would nni irsijme until Jan. k 
The club nw<*ts usually each 
Thursd.i\ . 

AKKK AS TOH.^t ( O 

.'south Afii'A - in'vk crops of 
Virginia tv|ie iohair*i were 
esiimaie*! ai upward* of 6-1 
fiofi non p*Minds 


•MMIIIIIIIIMIP 


From One 

Old Titfier 
to Another... 

BEST WISHES 

To 

Zht Bails dolanidt 

On Your lOOfh Anniversary 

From 

The Ontario Intelligencer 

IH37 H*'lle\ille, Ontario 1II.*»M 


111 

'jStiS 

lucky luck 
[J lacer • Lacf 


IT’S LUCKY when you live 

on Vancouver Island 

AND IT’* LUCKY WHEN EmCNDS DROP INI 

X ancourer Island's only brewery 

LUCKY LAGER 


UN Calls for New Sea Talks 


r.MTKD NATION'S. NY. 
iCPi TlieJ’biled \A1iun^ A* 
wmbly voted late Uedne-vdav 
In favor of calUng « .secmid 
Inienmtional conlerenre on 
maniime law with the aim of 
reachirig some type of agie**,| 
meni on the question of tern 
tonal watciw. 

Iceland whose dispute with 


Sidney 

Votes 

Today 

Sidney volei* Will tuin nut 
today lo elect tw;o ifimmission- 
PI* to the Village council 

Thire aie ••ontesling Ihe two 
vac.int Poll* an* al the 

Viling** Hall 

In l>nD*' Saanich voiei-* will 
he choosing thi**e rnunril niem 
bei« from HIV «oni*’siaMts and 
giving a vcnlici on wheiher **v 
not hunting should he jirimp 
tf*d in limne m ihe municifuil 
*'>. 

polls are ai the municipal 
hall .Saanichion: Women's In 
aiitute Hall Brentwood and 
Farmer*' Institute Hall. Keat 
(ng 


ItHl lo cla.she* thii* fall, refined 
Ml vole in favor of holding a 
new confcience on the ground 
that a pievinu* one in (ietieva 
early this year had f.Hl(*d in 
achieve anv Mtlutioii on how 
far a couniiy'* lernMinal 
rights evM'iid beyond its 
shoiea. The vote Wetlnesrlaj 
wa« *72 to 0 with Ireland and 


Iceland claimed that the 
qiieiMion of maniime limii* 
«>hnuld hr jellied m (he I’N 11 
.M'if rai>t*H than handed ovet in 
an ouiMde conference But the 
assembly went along with Ihe 
ftndtngiy earlier this month of 
Its legal c«>mmiitee which had 
voted in favor of annihci 
Heneva meeting The date will 


Key iA*ue nf crmleniinn i« 
varying claifDE different 
rounirie* on how far their ter> 
riiorial limits eviend -Mast 
now observe the traditional 
three mile limit hul Iceland 
lay* <'iaim to 15 miles which 
lakes in an important fishing 
area used by BriDah tiavvieis 
who observe only the ihie#- 


hi Search of a 
Good Investment? 

Then you will l>p wise lo consider 
ALL-CANAD1A.\ COMPOL*ND— a 
.Mutual Fund which has gained 
over 105* * in the last 
four years. 

t End voui search by calling al 
I HKfilifiF IWKST.MKMS 

K bl.*0 View istu'et or 
B TcU'plionmg h'V 4 fi73l. 


and mutual ciicics thi'^ugh 
most of his % yeais 

Servues were condin ted hv 
Veiv Rev Brian Whitlow 
de.'io of the cathedral 
The Aiion rJub of whiib 
Ml Keoi wa* an nneina' 
iTU'inher II nd with whirh he 
s*ng iiniil veiv rec**ni \eais 
-....'ig the familiar 'Traver **f 
■J’tianksgiv ing" at »Iie service 
The *'«ihedrat was batiked 
.with flowel^ 

RijimI under hujM'iYiMon of 
Hayward's funeral home was 
in Die family pint in Rns.s 
BaV Cemelerv 


I SMALL CARS | 

= M) MONEY DOWN r 
Z No Payments Til l-eh. = 

iiiimiii TELMAC - 


Kill that gtfl list now with wotwlerful 
value* for every member of the family. 
1 psiaira ami d**wn Eddy's la par-ked 
with Idea* and gift hnyv 


FROM 


CAR COATS 


In poplins. c*‘rduroys and tweed* Botg 
or quilted lining Many with storm 
cuffs Your rhoire in color and si/es 


m in 2fl. 


From 


.round 'n 

lull 

(rening 

Blouses 

siyic _ U 


A Gift of Cosy Warmth SLIPS and 

n FLAN.NKLL-m; DOVNS AND Ujill Cling 

PYtAMAv PniiU Ot ipes and nnv eliy nail 


,n FLAN.NKLL'm; DOV'NS AND 
PYtAMAv Punt*- Otipe* and novelty 
paMerns Py lamav in ski Ivjve «>r 
tailored Small, merlium. large and 
ootsire*. 

(•own* pvjamaa 


In nylon and saiiin 
and crepe Shadow 
panel l>ire trim and 
tailored In black 
white and color* Sires 
.32 to 50 From 


Handbags 


Children’s 

Blouses 

In nylon* and 

rnltnn* ... ^ — 

in* luding ^ 4 Qj 

niouveon* V ■ 

Si/er 'I to 1 1 I 

From .. B 

Girls' Reversible 

Skirls In allwoni 

:-./cc PQr 

H In 14 O 

»in* 

10 In 14 X teen I U 


In calf leather and pM*ii' 
All rotor* • Jhl 

From "T 


Sweaters 

In wool orlnn nr Banlon. 
ria*»ie or fancy atyle* 
.Size* 14 III 4fi 


Pullover* 

from 


< ardlgana 
from 


Boy^ Shirts 

lue«.v and «jiort.^ 

•tv le* • 4 9S 

From . I 


Hiilky kni'-. from gR 9R 
Fanc‘ glamofou* eve 
ning aweatert. from 

ilO.»5 


^MnW nvioiv* gahardinea and pop 

OllUfV OUllO Quilted lining Some with 

fur trimmed ho/>dv f-'her* with matrhmg bat* 

Infant*' From I to a^ From 

SC98 S798 


CAR COATS 

In *'«•«.- jHijdin* and 
iw(i»»i« Some with ho •'It 
QuiPed lining •C‘‘* 
Size* 4 to W D 

S.yev 10 lo * 1 n**** 

14 X teen From I W 


SWEATERS 

A big chnire in eo|or ami 
weight* and * full *izr 
range 
I'ullnver* 

from . 

I'ardigan* 

fr»»m *3 


Gifts for Him 
at our 
Hubby Bar 


Tartan Sbirts 

In flannel* woola and 
worareda. gmali in extra 
large 

From ® 


Robes 

W'oolfc. *ilk>- and ravop 
Sznall. merji.im large and 
ex'ra large 

rrr.m W 


Sweaters 


Warm nrlon and allwoni 
cardigan* Plain colnra 
and two irtne trim OQna 

Crr.nt 9 


No Down Payment 


a iM y . Thi* .dvart.tam.ni .* net pubhahad pr dmpl.yatf by tb« Ujvror Control Board or by th. Govarnmant of Br.t.sh Celumb.. 


fS CHILOREH 
....’and mtn" 






letter 


S Bail.M (folnniflt Viclorli. B.C., TTiir*.. Dec. II. ltS8 ' 


SUk SpeclAll«t8 Sine* 




11^) IKiuKlaA K( 

Phone i;v 4-o:>rii 


Beverly Hills Nylons 

( 

Saba'H ov\n hiidset* 

prierd shrrrsi , 

Nylons by any other name hmuM MI VM more lor 
romparable qaality! You get them «i thene low prii-e'^, 
becaui^e they are Saba's i>utt hromi . . perrert fitting 
good ueartng . . always m the veiy la»e*.t shi'1e« Why 
not in'rtwlure them In HKR by ua> of a thoughtful gift?' 
In Sizes 9'a to It. 

walkiiiK shoprs, pair 99 r 

formal shporn, pair 1.09 

at retch sheers, pair 1.09 

seamless sheers, pair 1.129 

in gilt gift Inix. if ilesjrrd 

NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING 
STIMULATES BUYING 


Crowe Inquiry 
Plea Refused 


\lfar Airfield 

> AV<Or\bK << IM — 
Transport Minister 4>eorge 
llee« has ■•tked city roun< II 
to (-onsider taking <i\er w«r- 
llnte Boniiilary Ba> airport 
an \an« outer's sei’ondary 
airfield. 

The minKier a>(ked for 
Hl\ eoiineil reaction to. the 
|iro|M>sal It will likely go be- 
fore i-minrll Tuesday. 

SMALL CAR 


WI.WIPEd (t*P» — New demands were made 
Wedmsiilay for a judiciHl inquiry into a controversy 
over the fiririK of a L'niied College professor, but the 
Manitoba government indicated it would not intervene. 
Twenty fiv# faculty mem- 




porting the board ul icgenta , whai ts a dispute between an 
in ita call lor a judicui in- ' mUi^iduai and an educational 
qutry into i(s dispute with institution under private aua- 
I’rof. Harry Crowe, dismissed puTs. ' 

In Scj'tembei after a dispute At the time of the dismls- 


pci'sonaJ 


he sal, the board said that Prof. 


Wide to a colleague. The let Crowe's attitude toward cell- 
ter w.v« Ilivi-neil lo the ml- gion as exprea.-*ed in hia per 
lege piincipal. l>r. , C. Ijick sunai leiler wa.s not com 
hart, and .V1r. Ciowe claimed patible with Ihe colleges tia 
It was u.-ed lo his dtnnment. dmons and objects. The board 
The staiement said there mracted the statement Tues 
had been no violation of aca day W'hen It also announced 
demic freedom m tiie diamis- negotiations aimed at recon- 

dilation had broken down and 


< l•l^w'T•vfsa iuivi-« - Premier Duff Roblin said In an offer to remsUte the pro- 
I t iiKi.'trsiAH 2 an Interview Wi*dnesday he ' fe.Mor had been withdrawn. 

5 ■* s would stand by a letter writ- ' A group of 22 students Is- 

= Tt sasT m\u r ^ ^ statement announcing 

I or.-m • cs^uu. . Tf.* 2 son. chairsnan of the hoard of , their inienllon to transfer 
r|||||||||,TELMAC iiiiiiiiip regent.s, that "ihe goveinment I from United College to the 

Unuersiiy of Manitoba for 
'* ^ ^ ■ .77^ i the remainder of the academic 

a i (Uk Tonic... 

1 / Ny * J her les-ignaiHin Wednesday, 

I ^ I bringing to 1.*) the lolal res- 

_ / ^ ■ — T -- ' signations m the contioversy 

r:. ''J from^ the M member college 

Ft r\t d / J i ME-'iTKHKIKLD Kngland 

^ **y P* ft I 'R^'Her«' An ar\gry young 

.* J J I Hriton wants to know why 

j ' I ^9 cleciric lighii were installed 

/ '‘04 ' nm r ' I at Chesterfield railway station 

' ij O ' / for a recent vl.sH hy Prinre 

' ^ t«hen down 

/V reveile*! to its old 

fashioned gat 

' fighter Brian 

^■A^lTllT^flVSTn^lin^^^l Matiirnhl said. "It .seems 
tf •0oo>Mm«'M«BH*f fantastic that lights should tie 

^^Bi 99 mi^H 99 ^l ^ 

iB»i» % oubUtriBi iiwind PiiMi e Philip then taken 

This iMlvviiiscrncnt is not pufilishcd or displayed by **”*Tn?n *D*t*iy Express reported 
the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of that passengers using the sta 
British Columbia. imn are ' fiirious ” 


s would stand by a letter writ- ' A group of 22 students is- ^ 
2 ten Nov. 7 lo Allan H. Wat sued a statement announcing , 
S son. chairsnan of the hoard of , their intention to transfer 


a. ^nez i (TUt and Tonic. 


Sf *0OO>''lm«nl «S H«f 
C»Mnt<'’*t>«thll 
(00 Dm'.im* 

So*if I Oitbit»r.«i umM 


This iidveiiisorncnt is not putilishcd or displayed by 
the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of 
British Columbia. 


RED&WHITE STORES 

PRICES EFFECTIVE DEC. 11, 12 and U 


★ TOMATO JUICE r.r 2 tin. 67 

★ CORNED BEEF LOAF itr.^33 

★ CRABMEAT 59 


CRANBERRY 

CUSBEMY ^ Whole or Jellied 

Perfect Uith Turkey 


SQl IKKI*:!. 

PEANUT 

BUTTER 


t KK.A.MV S.MOOTll 


15 -ox. tin.... 


47 


IH-ox. ]Ar 


MINCE PIES FOR CHRISTMAS 


lIKKLS THE PLKKKtT COMBIN.^TIO.N 


MINCEMEAT NABOB 

FLAKY PIECRUST KOBIN 1KM)I> 


CHRISTMAS NEEDS 

• CARDS — CRACKERS 

• WRAPPINGS — RIBBON 

• NAPKINS — TABLE COVERS 

• TREE DECORATIONS 

• LIGHTS — CANDLES 

• CAKES — PASTRIES 

• CANDY — CHOCOLATES 

• STOCKING FILLERS 

• CIGARETTES _ CIGARS 


• 24 ]ir 49 " 
. 18 , 1 :; 37 " 


TK« best cookies in the 
world ore mode with 

Chipits 

Delicious, creomy 
semi-rwre€l milk 
chocolate bits for 
baking and 

l^,z. OA< 

tike. wH 


Order Your Christmas Turkey Now 


H'a th« real git- 
up-and-go anargy 
your family gata 
from Dalta Rica. 

Four times mora 
nourishing than 
potatoes, too, and 
assy on tha 
waistMna. 

fSava money. Serve 
laturol Daita Rica . . . 

and oftanj 


bllTA 


FRUIT COCKTAIL NABOB. IA-ul- 
NIBLET CORN PKI. MAU. 1 1 ox. . . 

SHRIMPS NOl.A. Broken. 4 oi. tin 

MELOGRAINMEAL pk. 

BREAD Al’NT MARVf*. 

SARAN WRAP It Inches Hide, roll 

MUSTARD (OI.MAVH. 4n*. tin 

BISQUICK BFTTV CKO< KhK'S. 4# (-t. pkg. 

RITZ BISCUITS Xo«. pkg. 

SOLO MARGARINE 

SILVO POLISH .. L. 


rOAIiDCDDICC "O'"-’ 

UnHUDCnillCd No. I Orulr, Frr.h K.SI 

CARROTS 

■ 0PI Hrlntmh. Oksnagsn, (iommerrlal (ira<le, 

Hi I LCd spproxinislely IR-lh. handipak Imv 

JAPANESE MAND.AKIN ORANGES Rundl 


l>K'ai Canada No. 1 GrsAle 
Hl-Trst 


ipproxinialely IK-lh. handipak Imv 


MAND.AKIN 


ORANGES 


Box 

Bundle 


SARDINES 


KAMOIH 


- 4i% js;.\ NOKWWilAN 


2 53 ' 

2 u.„ 41 ' 
47 ' 
25 ' 
2 ,„.v„ 31 ' 

35 ' 

39 ' 

53 ' 

„ 23 ' 
2 . 0 . 61 ' 
37 ' 


3 III. 

bag ww 


1.i» 
.. 2.S9 


King Oscar 

<is. 2 tino 65 ^' 


HEINZ 


VEAL SHOULDER ROLLS lb. 62 

DINNER SAUSAGES 39' 


NORTH STAR— 4JOVT. INSPK(TKI) 


. I Shop Right-Shop Red & White 









Paslernak Prize Held 


^tilt Aoliintft. Vict««t« 


Decorations Must Go 
Says Msitin« Fireman 

DK.CATIK. HI. (API— A^sUlant Flrt* Chlff 
R. 1 .. IHivih Jr. «trnlli*d Tuesday into the e\<'ltisi\‘a 
(>«N*»lur ('luh for a talk on fire luvyention. 

He glam^d at the elalM>rale Christma.s decora- 
tions am! the naily (winteil false ceiiinK put up for 
the holidays and ordered all retno\(*d aa fira 
ha /ants. 


.^^leiiirv Anriers OenlerlmiT pri/e to Pasierruik Io( his rnn- hound srioll aie hems hm 
of the Roval Swedish Academy irihuilon to contemporary lyr- m trust for him In case he 
paid Irlhute to Pasternak, the Ira as well as to the S'eat ever has a chance to accept 
author of the aniwommiinlst Russian epic iradiimo. Osier- them 
novel Doctor Zhixago Mho was ling said In an un.scheduled 
forced bv Srtviet pie«.«tire to annoumement near the end nf g|(, MKASO.N 
turn dOMn the 19M llteialure the RliMerms wromony, NniMsy had s..me T.>6,000 

Pasternak's *11.41*1) his f<*reiRn visitors during June 
Tha academy aMaifled the heavy ^*dld medal and leather- July and August in 


STOOKHOLM AH) Rua, 
Sian poet novelist Boris Paster- 
nak an ahaerit winner, was 
honored slonj with seven at- 
tending in person at the I9S8 
No he I swards ceremony in 
Stockholm s Concert Hall Wed 
nesday. 

Thr»*e Soviet physicist » 
fisjee American srientlsis and 
a Riltish chemist were handed 


VANCfJl VKR -CP' A de- 
rihion IS exprsusl to be given 
hy the hoard of liattspori com- 
missioners III Ottawa «liority 


h- )ues tolalltn - ^ 




6 Lewyt THicuumTfeaner , 

^ MrtdH AH 

J O New -diie<‘t air flow ssstem 
• Sew higgr^i dirt capaciiv 
y • \ew streamlined hig M heel 
3 deMgn 

■ • \ew full range suction 
I .•ontrnl 

j • \ew look- Fast wsnds 
J Limned $CQ QC 

I quantity at 


Telepimne Company to in- 
riei4%e its local and long dis- 
tanie rates an aveuge of 
li!'* per rvnt. 

The company mur.sel. i r>. 
Taggarl. told the ho^id m 
summmg up Die ca<u> NVednes 
day that the company badly 
needs the $.*i7>llMSl s in 

extra revenue which the in 
cieH'M» would (leimit 

The utility's appiicalion was 
strongly iipp<>-vc<l h> iiik hniioii 
(.‘olumhla giiveiimicoi rtml Hf 
mumcipalilir* Thnr nmii-ei. 
C W' Hta/ler discounted «-om 
pany aiyuments that BC Tele 
phone ne***!* a sounder finan- 
cial footing to successfully 
finance a $3'i9.tlOO.OOO stock is- 
sue in Ifirer 

Chief Commissioner C D 
Shepaid. who retiics soon 
from bts poss annotinr-ed res- 
ervaimn of judginern but said 
it would " not he long deia.ved ' 


the IJ^th anniversary of the 
hlrlh nf Alfred N'nhel. the 
dvnamite inventor whose lor- 
tiiiif finances the awards 


D a.m. to «5.30 p.m. 
rioM*d All Day 
U p4Jm*s<hi> s 
0]M*n Frida> Ni>;h( 
Till D p.ni. 


STOIIU {VtelMla) LT». 


FAI.I. FROM HKAVF.NS 
Rei'ords of meteor showers 
on earth go hack thousands of 
>eat«. wiih the first trporl of 
the Peiseids in AD .Tfi. 


BtiRlS PA.'^IFRNAK 
. . . absent hero 


Zenith 


1 l.oli of Laundi^ fo Jo? 

k DON’T BE 
M DISAPPOINTED 

r j Si'nJ ])out Lhulmai LaunJf\f 

nrtJt m EARLY lo 

Economy Stoam Laundry 

-lOH.S STRKPrr KV4 6.ViS 


Space Command 
Remote TV Tuning 


THE CLARIDGE 


Tfl I Is a space Command Zenith KNcliPilve! KnJoy remote T\* lunin^ aTth 

Ji & V ** I ‘^stacp volume ronirol. The same rh«s.sis as olhpi de luxe models 

fiH^ ||L |i| I ■ PLrS A hand-.si7e '’Space Commander'* that sends nut SILENT sii^als 

■ to turn set on-off. change channels and adjust volume 

V 9 Other 74’nith niiMlels front 9.*) 

9 Transistor Radios from 959.9.5 

P |jn\A/T ^ FA'KN the volume from arros.- the room . ■ piess 
^ NU tvl a huMon on the eonfml unit in your hand . it sends out' 

I • ^ILKNT STH ND to 

f J I 1 * 

I ^ • Change volume . . . ^ different loxeis; 

* • Shut off sound nf long annoyiuE eommerrials while picture remains' 

No No curds! No batteries! No Kadio Control Waxes! ' 

Spaee Command is not an extra-c-ost arrerwory . . . it’s btiill right into the set! k 

The Quality Goes In Before the Name Goes On! 


Eyei^lhmg kII\ for fru fif 
M • E»tn' t ' In fuoMJ; ifliri 
niuih. niuth Itu 

M>Kwen'« guaiHiUf*c« inii'. 
MtixfxPtion or your money 
refunded lu«i return 

/MleA xiip with arnole. 


!•« *« •*<■« wrt «r S *9* *« W w « S WH W« W' *5 s « ^ 

Jf 

I Lady Sunbeam Shavers I 

f (With complcmrntary Sortilege 2 

5 French Perfume) J 

i 4 

1 The beautiful French doin* rase for your vanity J 

S — With your de luxe shaver in soft pastel tones 8 
f — and you also receive an attractive Ivottle of j 
■ ••.'^rtilree" perfume at 

2 no e\li*a cost. Don't a 

j I __ V. delav at this siiecial J 

\ * 

« I aT L Ciimpletc, M 


This IX iiie tiihulmix IpMorr that welkx nn an ' No pulling 

no tugging ihe CON;5‘l>3LLATlf'N fnlloMu \oii around 

the hou«e on itx own air steam AH you do is guide Ihf 

free rotting X w heel no/.yle EAi lusive 

r1«mblr stretch hose has world's long 

esi reach '16 feet » for easj M L 

«-leMiiing evervwherr. n 

Model x.'u r 

VXOOnUAKlVS 

t HKIV| \|.\s PKICF /i Ll 


Hoo\er Comet Polisher 


li’s Unovc 's hmlget pi J* ed 
|K>lisht*r. 'Iwin motoi driven 
blushes put new Juslie m 
vourfhtois lUve deiiii-h 

ah|e huffing {lads to produte 

high gloss 
\X«MNlw«rd'% Sfie«-(«| 
f lirtstiims AA 

Prlre” only 0 0 ■ !/ U 


Its brimming over! Such values such 
variety , , . such abundance! For everyone i 
^ From 25c to over $50! J 

K FOR LADIES ALL AGES FOR KIDDIES I 


King Size d(«.{io*^*hle dirt 
twigs rhange in semnds 
S|»e.-i«| earner ke.»{*» 
tool* alwavs handv 1 
w heel norrie glides 
across rugs and floor. 


Lady Sunbeam Shavers ! 

At speiialh i edtned lue Chi isimas pt wv •"■*n*ehei j 

faNOMip gifi now while Die selection A Jl C | 

lasts ('ompleie on an aiiiariive 1C j 

vanity stand HI’f-X'IAI. IMa iW | 

vw M Vb m (OMW m Ha ) « Ml W V« V a w v« tm 

4 wt «f( tax wt m M «s «3 VH M w3 m s!W w no iw M iM ns M M sM M wo w M HA M ■» M ■« M M m M M M w m » an M m m 

Bone China English Florals i Christmas Tree Lights 

A’ltw>sivp t-aitwieiiis ai^t aoemnnes in dainty fO * .Sio«k .tii on >nui tree de<oi ilmns with lUese qu>4|My jighis 

aipangemenis to gia«'e \nur <*offee l.ihte , . I M|| | ,'<mall Hulb^. Qfl*’ Riilhs. »4 AA 


11 ‘ K«rr*<» K4M tin* W-sSal r*p«*l»r 

SMtl^-S-r*r r»r •••king rU«lir i*f4 

far rbilSrrn I la ■ f*tr* 

4r*4ll*a TnTin(k>r B»l Sr4lni» ln«> fnr 

• ■>•11 frf 

er» ktit I iinrr*4* Tfark 
1 1 I ang (rlr4ln« laf 
•tllrHfn Sink S»| ia f>nrn« l»t 
M44I* Itnwrmgkxt 

V'tltl *•< R*(4rr*.a^r*(r4 •«■(•••«. 

t r*r( Irarka 

eiB> < kn*l • •if4llng gaan* In 


FOOT STOOLS 


LAMPS 


0«M 4:M fntOIrlM 
Ikilh *n*e I •!••»•. 

Snap anS 4 •ingn* 
laaanSor Ra4lk ««tf S 
InSlaiSiaal < nlngna 1mm 
Wanl'nrn Salt in fi*4 M4 S I SI 
Manlrnfa «•>• 4n •<# nS *r«4h»f 

•■•a Waka ■nnSarlHl gUI 0«l- 
•lanitng aataflinn trnm 
( a4ai Xatt rnllaS «alt in plat4la 
tiiS 4aalkar 'aaa Irani 
Mai ta’lnr intmrllaa anS 
Parlirmaa mmflMa iknga 
fltaaalng laSla Sa4a taag InTalg 


riinaalaa Tn«l Sat «an anlar hamnaar 
»4iar> arranSriaaa »anMl. «a4 agnara aanS- 
pa»at walal raaa fna intall 
Sn-tl-rnnraalfart 

( raaainnn llaarS fraaia * karrH al Inn 
far atarvana ani? 

Sarial l.aSSar Sira Rnglna Crlrltan gaf 
laaita aaS M-r Pian« riaf Kll I akraakaWla 
l.aaaka S papa kaS klankal Ink aappllaa 

• alar k«nl. (snS %•■< Sag tmm4 lari 
IS '4 1 1" kn« Milr 

Oa I nta OaHtaaf Trnrk II” lang rangilala 

• 44k ^sf inpnlOa 

W«IS Waal H<l I akraakakla I tnSlaaa 
1 ravkaga * kar«aa raiaaS laBSarasa 
nalnral ra4»ra. In 11' 4li' ^rlara •tnSn« 


A gift to be appro< i9ted or add a little extra 
light to your own living room. 


The f>erfoct extra gift! 5^ reasonably 
priced but well made and good looking. 
Trimmed walnut or oak legs. 


TABLE LAMPS 


All sizes and styles to choose from. 
Washable shades, hardwood inserts 
on man> . Priced lo give you extra 
value. Up from 


i| PLUSH CUDDLY 

animal toys 

ftaiant nf Siflarml aaaa In ■lana » 


SPEC! M2 

PHILIPS 5-TUBE 
MANTEL RADIO 


Wi<4 nei nirkak r ••!>•? Onlfll 1 aamiilala 
nrnantanlaS kaUlar nnlflla * kana plailtr 
kaf>4la4 rafaalar ta^ gnna In It tl*’ 
• Ia4a« ka« 

PtianI Markina r«nn *• lang killara 
^•araS 

»a»4 II Tancaair 4a ln«a P'aalla Waal fill 
II allark Manaparl naat kaal 


TRILITE LAMPS 


To give a light that is easy on your e\es 
select a trilite. All are complete with wash- 
able shades. Brass or ropiMT 
finish, walnut and mahogany ^nc 
inserts for that distinctive o | € 1^0 


Man a gannlna laalkrr Riliral4a fra<n 
Mm a Taltal «ala kr 044 Splaa. In gift kniai 
nk alng Mng an4 laallan 
r>a«4aranl aa4 Skaaa l•ll•• 

• kating Mng 

< amnlala raaga |a rkaMa frana 
Snnkanm flarlrlr Rarar 
Tiaiaa Watrkaa akaak ratlaianl. flanr 
rigaraila llgklara fram SI 041 4 

Staanllra Oaak *a4a fkani ylaalla «4aa4 
1 taana rr4 an4 kinai t«r^4nal anlan4aa 
riMaf n»aa ka Mr4lra fraa 
Pngllik tirlaaa Irmm 

Sliaring Mirrara. 1144. nagnlft Aka 

milalla Saanr aala In ^laalla aaaa 
1 Mrnak Sala in kanSaaaaa aaaa 
Argna Snlnmalla Sii4a (*fc«ngar Sk-wni 


BEAUTIFUL DOLLS 


Mmtalnra kan4*«inal' 
ftnna I'S la 4na «•< 
•arf raal Inaktng 
Wan4arfnl Salarllan- 


BEDROOM SUITES 


A piartnal )a'>linc c*h for Ihe homo. X’lsif \\f>odwar/1'« to- 
Hay and make >our v*lerlion from our qualify, reasonably 
pncpd auDes. 


FOR A 

DANDY 

MEAL 


KNECHTEL 

3-Piece Solid Elm Suite 


MISCELUNEOUS 


nekiiUfiili> finished in « rich sofinne WAlnui Sni I 
elm erinsif iir»|nn »hr»iughmit bulH to last « llfeltme 

• ■'I' Ii.i-wnes w Ih '-Ifii'g pLite gUsg mirror. 

• tfiiAwep rhest of diewers 

• I fi'* Redin headhnnrd h**d 

• -^pe. isl fir.ish resislani to water, slcuhnl. 
neil (kriljnli. elr 

• Two aMfsi ti%e models lo choose ffnm 


TRY McEWEN'S 
MODERN CAFETERIA 


Walatfntn ■ IVInn 
• •«•»• rar4M4ga« 
Alaian flMka 


CHOCOLATES 


Valtaan a '• Ik ftaai Slir 1" *-lk a 

Tartia Sngliak nal4 laaf aaaartinanl Ik 

•••nlraaa Dalra fiai Ik 

Ca4k<wva Milk Traa Mk tt »• 'g 

■ ••nitaa a »laak Magta t-IS 

■lark Magla l-lk 

Mair’a Half an4 Hall S-fk 

fknnran a Ana*r4a4. IJk 

Maaklalaak OaalW* Siraal Clk*aal«4a« an4 
Va/Taaa If aarkrllan l-lk a 


No Down Payment 


3-piece MR. and MRS. SUITE 


PLATFORM 

ROCKER 


Latest styling, lustrmw finish on the {iei1wtl> malrhoH walnut veneetx 
You will 1.K* proud to nw n or give this lovely suite. 

• .VV' rtrp44Pr with Tilting 
plate-glass mirror 

• l-Hrav^er chest 

• Radio headboard NhI HV 

• All diawers have guides ^ ^ M ^ J 

for easy operation. I m 


Nn Mg spring h«w 
He«w eotl • I- 1 1 n n 
rocker Quelity frieze 
rovers Wide color 
chrtii-e Only 


OgtR I I.W. • 1 1 p.M. 

M«». Ibr««|h Itt. 




S S«Ufi dMfmtat. vk*w«« 
TKuf»4«T. Oac II. I9SI 


Kelly, Don film ami Woothcartrn 


Complete Vancouver Tradin 

Sil'cr fUdia 
M0 8kart>» 

IIMM B*t«»hi»a t ar It 12' 
iMe Tailut Biidta 
Mft Ttoian <. »ni 

INDtttBJAIJ 
IM Alia tXi'U 
4 m »• VT 
H» it'P-'Brr 

Corovalian M 

200 Im. tor A !>'• il* 


MntTBrAL— 

US dniiar 
Pound atafllM 
>M4 »USK— 
Cana/lito dollar 
Pauod atatlmc 


p*r. offered tn two msturtUes 171# many nrw rhr 
iry. ihorter term mslures Jsn 1. born f1rvrlopt*d 
tU 1H65, snrt esmos s coupon of of ^11 Ivfws 

l\ pel cent, and l* being of 
I of ferod at 99't to yield ^boul 
the 490 per cent The Innc’r issue ** ■% ■ • ** r» nr 


Ijm Cloaa 


By H\KBV \Ol NO 
( idnnist BuslitrHH h.tllUir 
Two Brillfth Columbia mrr 
rhandlaing I'onipsnies lake 
(op pls«-r In the Do<fmbcr in 
vesimrnt sei'imilra review 


t«» soared to within touching dis 


son and Sons. 

upfl.H5 They are Keily. Douglas and 
l.V».&4, up l.rO fonipany Lid. and Woodward 

H7.W.UP0M Ltd 

1M.75, up..l. review aayi BC. la 

jihowing a faster population 

Increase than any other prov 
501t.fi0, up I..1S Ibce and enjoys the largest 
H5T7! up o!oi t«‘»‘ capita growth. Workers 

KW.9L up 0.«: Vancouver draw average 

1X1.17. off U.ift P‘*y cheques higluT than those 
P(, ' of any Canadian niy except 

Hamilton and Win<Lsor. 

Kelly iVmighiS u.is fnundei] 
ifif.07. up 1.U-* In lK‘s» and Wmulwanl s in 
M1.9l,up0.n iRf)2. Iho .same der acle .IS Van- 
IIH.OW, off (1.07 couvers hiMh and Ihe review 
l.V^.O'i. uiich *'iheir growth has kept 

pa<e vvjih BriM.sh Cniumhia s 

HIM up 27 tl^veJopmenr and may conli 
ttSJl off 27 ^ expected to con 

iOI.A9.unch llnue at a high rale. ' 


ihm) square miles of northeni • m* e two yens ear 

Canada. Mr. Hem»ioc-k is at-jer. It is a 5-pcrccnt dehen 
prea(>nt working on a vehicle lure offered a* OH to yield 
namcrl the Musk Os. about 5.16 per cent. 

Weighing about 25 Iona, and * * * 

capable of carrying a load of modern agrtcul- 

20 Iona, the Muak O* has such chemicals Is Increasing 

A surface contact over its 52 (he value of t'anadian food 
inch wide Irark-s, that It exerts production by $.Vm0n0 00n ac 
only the [iressure of a man cording to I. Nf Ondfrey, tech 
standing on two feet. meal manager of Cl^ipmsn 

Imperial <!)il has u speci.vl In- ChemicaU 
teiest in the problem for much ^j|, (Puifrey cl.iims this has 
of the i-«impany's runent oil been achieved by the rxjiendl- 

exjilnration work K being done mre of $.5,(Wio6oo on I'qnip 

In muskeg enuniry. meni pesticides and applica 

In summer, when the mux non. 'Hiia gives a return of 
keg IS at IIS soggiest, the $i (or every cent spent, 
movement of heavy machinery Since the dis<N)very of DDT. 
I s almost impossible, and 
most muskeg exploration work — * 

ha* to be done when swamps [ 
aie frozen solid. 

Muskeg l.s ■ l»iMl of ilecaythg 
• '■"etatum iircichitig fi"”i 
Newfoundland to BC. tn 
area bigger than Kiance. «>r Roj 

many and Greece lumped to- 
uelher. t8«o'e« 


xiidvMt n>* 

IM Kotr 

IM s.ru VT' 

MO Ogn P <Mlab A IJ 

tiv Do 8 

)IIV Tr Cd* PiM 24'^ 
20U Tr H'B Pip* US 
IM 8 3l'i 

m W>tl CnoP*l lO't 
414 Wbo4*m 4 • tSS 


LIMITED 


i:'-:. Comch Oop 
>tr-) CraifO'-oi 
jyA N«> tip 
4<yi N*mli 
P»od form# 
iv> PiAnvrr Oeld 
>* S'^'P Cr**k 

201-'; B.ii *A Prrm 


(Non rersonsi ‘l.laldlll.vl ^ 
niMflKM) No. 7S 

NOTltT: is hereby give»-. 
that an Interim Dividend of 
10 cents per share has been 
diH'lared on ilie paid-up 
raf'llal stock of th<* Com 
pan>, navjMe mi »lie .’.Trd 
rl.nv of J.iiiuarv, lh*»n, m 
shareholder* of record as of 
2anu.vrv 2nd. 

By Order of the H-v.id, 

G, II DAVKNPOn r. 

.Sivrctary Treasurer. 
Vani’ouvi'i. B i 
rieccmbcr 5, 19SS 


The market opened higher 
and steadily advanced huur 
by hour with tax selling pres- 
sure apparently out uf the 
way and reinvestment demand 
Using- Tr.vders were retnveai 
Ing the Interest and dividends 
now heing received and ttie 
rise wuH termcfl the begin 
nmg of the Iradiliunal year 
end rally. 

Indusinaia and rails came 
close to their tops- induslnals 
a record, and rails the be.st 
level In more than a year 
Utilities hit a new 2H-ycar 
high. 

A* fust the gains centrtHl 
on the issues with wealth tn 
substance, .vuch as the mcla)« 
<c(ip|>er and aluminum and 
steel' and oil. Then the buv 


(.anadian Industrials 


UcM Lora US las 

I'-'rp •* 

r«*l l*ru( Its 14 • 

(lu [‘la u . i> 

X*- -.• -> 

Xai tl--»r A 4*u 4-4 

lAi U 2S VS 

Xat Sii Car Zi :1 

<>«il« r »i.Atr 4J'* U-t 

i ta -1 l . mri ' It '5 

'•ri s«Ai ;4 

Cruti' JM tM 

• M»r»i> *'» >•'» 

C' ' '.*1 t 41 , 1. • 

-A'lj im#r V'-t U 

V-mrr t,..rp 4; »:S 

Kir«i vi'<ai* >t il 

1*1 H « M'-B U t4 '.« 

HvmJ suk A U I '4 


a-a A*kwi 


MONTKK.4I 
Induslrlala 
(n>ldx - - 

I Ullllns 

Ta|M*rs - 


• Sral 


I’ mi Tsr C 

...ri, 

u Kr-uri 

>■%' l*ai»r 

45.. . u. |■^^^ 
4'a’iny 4'arni' 
I- -.1 A 

4.. Kt M Wit i 


VANCOI'VLU 
70 Industrials 
70 Mine* 

70 Oils 

Sales Kt.7M. 


IJaihed 

/nscibncnr Tvactimiei 

nitiltling • A12 \i«w Sir'd. Virtoria. R-C 
T'lrpbuoe: Krcrgrcco .t-4lTl 

iiat. •.••>a*k ionrio- tvs. W4t.eai.\i4 


Grain Prices 

WJ.NNH’I-.t. '1 ‘ Broad 
ex|Kirl interi'-st m Canadi.ni 
flax highlighted dealings. 
.Small sales to the United 
Kingdom and Noiway were 
reported. 

Trade in flax di.'^Iused ev 
port and buying f"r interna 
lional account*. Offerings were 
light and mostly from com- 
mission houses Pn-rs were 
fairly .steady, although irregu 
Ur at times 

Rye pM-es wen' irre,;ulat 
.ind showed hcsMaHon at limes. 
Commi-Ssion houses and locals 
were bu^ns 

I ui'4 - I •twn M «>» !- S' 

M,‘. •n*. 


-1 w.» 

T> I'- 

i.f- F . 1 -.t >; 

O'* W n A 4 


.Sin It*. I My 
■. ks u;.** 
lig V T 
St^ratl Ut» A 


<;■. - I,, f A ' 

Ita. I'. • 

H. rki I>r-. '. 

Haf* -'-u-i 
HwtX * ‘.'•i V 

|i«l> 4- 

Imr T ‘ ‘4 

r»P i.*.| ••* 

Tp4 A' • 

Ir* C*rr.- . i-M * 

Ipi D< ■■ :i- 

Do ■.•’1 :• 

|n< S , >.al •• 

If* e«-<T I'l 

! Pf . a II 

Inc ' ib'i .** 

lAv S)» 

rwt A n 

Kr . '»• If 
F -* r** 

I. I- Ur < A •' 

rw a ■. 

S'f'iol ;t 

A ' 

»li A «■ T ’» 

'|. : ! 'I 1 

MXM v*r 
n» kiM • -4 

4-' 

M I nil I m* A" 


C A LG A K Y *n*' - The 
Alta-ria and Southern fi.«s 
C'umpany and W e s I c o a s t 
Transmission Limited Tuesday 
filed appUcalton* with the 
Alberta Oil and (Wis t'onverva 
tion Board for authority to 
e\|K>rt natural gas to lue 
United Stales. 

U authoiUy is given, the 
. .imp-n >-J plritJ to rnns'r' : a 

V*‘F I pipcl.re ft-T.-- 

Ihiough the Cinwsncsi Pahv 
lu the Idaho b^irder at Kings 


i.Mkii'.e Pol 24 


Tr.iding Increased sharply ^ 
on the nse with tltkera f-vll | 
V. ‘ ing behind several limes dur i 
ing the session. The I.ipe was , 
late in a whirlwind clo«e. 

* Brrirrrips f^rrlinr 
TORONTO tCP' - IndustrUl-s 
. . scored their best advance in a 
. ' month. ' 

*■ ’ Canadian Bank nf Commerce 
trading ex rights was off ■!'« 

’♦ at 55‘». The rights sold sl 
WTO. 

Canadian Breweries was an 
VI V active Issue dipping 1 at ;U 
Justice Mlnisler Fulton ^aid 
Tuesday the government 
'would prosecute (he company 
under the Combines Act. 

Geco led senior h.vse metals. 
*:• « ahead *» at 17‘». Western oils 
lo«» as Home B dipped *• at 
I 16'* and '«i |i«se* went to 
*Jj llnv.dite AH'* Pacific Pete, 

1*^ 

,\iVAr/ l,putl.n Metfiln 

‘51 MDNTRRAL ICT*' -Prices 

were mixed In moderate trad- 

jiJ * ing In the l>anks Nova Scolw 
dectine<l At 72 

*•* Up In the base mei.ils 
1*2 were Nickel at FIS and Alu- 

minium at 30 Hudson Bay 

14 was up 's at 53 't and Asbes- 
^ tos declined *; si 33 
jJ * The papers weie mixed I’p 
** N In the refining oil* and 
14 pipelines were B-A OU xt .IF'. 
•J and TransMoiinialn Pipeline 
iv« at II TtansCsnaila Pipeline 
was up '» at 2T’» 

55 ’ I.omlon 5for^‘ Prirrs 
*,‘J I LONDON u'Pt • .Slo.k 

i»», I prices were firm but gUt-edged 
14] ' serurlltes were under presaure 
generally lower. 

‘5^* Dollar tB.suM were irregular 

]iA * and South Airu'an golds found 
few buyers <JiLs and coppers 
1*^ Improved. There were wide 
IT Spread gams In the industiial 
section, helped by good com 
t>* , pany reports. Unilever and 

H British Aluminium were well 

5^ supported. 

I'tO 

)• LOMOON isri — suet clMtA|l 

lu AftM Bm laa AS*. Am4 8««* !•« M. 

21 84bf«<K a WUon II* M. BlMOur* 

Is* Ml. 8g«»Lrr fiptr C«rp LtS 42i M, 

1^* sot AM To* 41* M. Cta Cm 4V2*«. 

■ S'l cm Mtn M* OMirtsuld* lU T-id. 

vav ('kfnrootfln ll* If IW> 1 t Ulrmr 

4TO r* «d >l* tl'vr* d/d 121 * M. a* 

tn HlfUland 14* 41. Uullilfrt JIa M 

44 r«ui>inn Rubnfr 21* Id S'*' * M Ind 

21 40i 4(1 ford Ltd 44i 4i fl*H Kl'r l.'d 

« Ik- (|r Un > 8>r* Ud Ita »d H>id«on a 

‘t Sav ir I7ta trt Imii rh*n> >4a a', A 

*1 . I-i-r T in *^a Id VI" »i n-ia *7* ra dia 

«, \f*a tal.' 4- f*'ad Rand Miri*a 

4 4*. 4- Hnai* I^a 4‘>d Sr*-' 

I, ' 7 * itj. 4-1 TarfxttUft I nn *• i"n« 

M t"! 'la ra <*'■ tniir.rr L’ d Id'a 4d 

I-, I'r* M.iiatM l&t I ' »rt Vlftrra L'd 


Control your vehicles ond equipment with a 

LEASED RADIOTELEPHONE 
SYSTEM 

— 05 low OS S1.6I per doy. 


F'miarl Star' 


Ttie Util* would hook up with 
the Pavifia’ G.4S anil KIcclr:. 
Company trrt»'smlsviun i»yv 
icm. wiiove appliiation fur a 
pifte line p/rmit K bctoie the 
U .S. federal power commu 
iinn. 

The (,'anadian ca'mn.inic^ are 
seeking permi.sston to e.xport 
62\tXiOOiiO cubic fen of ’x.x 
dally duitng the next 25 years. 
Both applications are omcn-l 
mrr.ls fd previous applications 
re|i‘i 'i-d by the bavaitl 

The new apfdu'atinns are 
h.ived on sur(>lus gas made 
.ivailahle in the rec«Miily di*. 

. .wert*d Bcrland Kivi'i g.rs 
field IfiO mil«‘s northwest of 
Kdmontiin. 


\VK»tKfr -I d ISO uniid nr a fleet, loaaad radiclflf pken' 

I- 1 ly |<y« for iiM If in impraited « /rindniT N-' • «P'tsl 

eu'lay reaiuirrd -all enmpmpnl is leased (n you. In«>al- 
latinn and regulsr msmtcnani * sra iiuluiM In on<> tew 
monthly rharc*. Phone today fr-r urmptete inf'irms* ->n— 
BAyview 491 !. Outside Gn-airr Vancmiver, Call rotle.-t. 


Inlcrprovinclal Building 
Crctifs Ltd. is offering 103.992 
shares in stockhnideis at $k a 
sharo on the basis of one new 
for each two shares held Sub 
scnpiion warrants will be 
isauetl Dec. 29 and rIoRing 
dale will be Jan, 23. 1959. 


v»m ' S 

“>«B R’« S'r' 


NORTH-MIEST TELEPHONE COMPANY 


Toronto Mines 


CHICAGO «Ar'-Crain fu 
lures prices were steady to 
firm. 

Op*" •I':*' I-*'* f** 


*00 K.'tBi** ;■'* 
14*4 1 •l.fk'nr 2«S 
2M la«* Citua 
24"* t«t* '' ' "2 

S"i Iwit* I .nf 
Idttr F;,pr* 

Cti t.*kr >t «>k 
»• U* L I 

ijv* : *1 l*t 

14't • - r u Lm l»r 
Mil) I Jfl.lr. 24 

HIM 

ddM t .r t N'inc 14 
2t>4> %(«.**•• 244 

KM M*. DbbaIS 
4SH Mtrl:* C«4 4S 
>»ne *>». l.r.K> C 124 
4"d« VKdrrn RL 2V( 
'■* M*!*' r t*1 
14 

IMM M*r • -r I-'* 
2:M VUf "r .B .4 
VtiM r. Ur 
VIM UrKmi fU. ;4 
MrM*t PL 

KM 


The new issue of Sd,"i 000.000 
nnf.ir'-i dehe«unii.u n b«ung 


I la/iurps 

\pir Ijornliofi 


(’tileary l.ivrxtork 

< XI '.ABV* -CP- • •*.>' -,«« ■ 

• .1 . r *nd .'S' I • 


TORONTD iCf. ' The To- 
rout** Slock Kxchange may 
move fmm Its present Bay 
Street l*n-j*inn to > 40slorry 
building to be constructed it 
downtown King and Cliufih 
St reel' 

The Melropol.t.vii Toiontn 
executive commuiee was io)d 
Tuesday the rxr}.7'-ge and the 
Trlegtam Publishing Company 
Limited have combined to buy 
the property. 


l)i\ idetuls 
Declared 


M 'I * :l XBk 
4 ’';'' ft riff M.. 
4 -t ^ 

P ’ I p I 

7 •• I » *p ftL 

1 IV.-." 

' • If ^ 
MP" r in v.i 

2 •> r»" u*- 

*’’> C(*t A'tt 
4 " r*> • T* 
(tM c*f ”4 P»* 
|s»4 CVM'ff ' 

|firo O'lh n«» 

f h"i"n !•« 

ItM C* f>n 

u *1 r - • 


'.--O' • 

:•>*■ rt"."' ' tr.* >" f. i 
f-.r.* .-t :. • * f •• « *‘"T *1' 
... - .1^' .*'*1 • S‘ 

- « >«1 'rr'f' 

>• «n.4 t'-rrf. Tli'Ml* 


Pa'iari*] Vi 

:"0P t*8 II 

rVft M»* ' 4l IT 
•M It** C»f4*P 
«26A MtvIunS 24 
4II21 .N*» M*.* MT 
N»* H*rrlf 
2*4"" N»* H -*'■ IM 
lion N.rt'i n.a , 

v-'i* r-* 

PI4 N't 40 

17 Xof" "tl 
t*ns Xntpit 
i!4" *t r*f. . 't lit 
2411" «<nr IT* • ." F4| 
2*.44 .S- • ' cj ■ 

H *Pi* 

4lMf)8r1*-'. M 

oir* , .M»l 14 
ftp" I -**nr |k4 MO 

4 <%l 'I*** L«k* J7 
P*iT"yr e*T 
4tM Ptr<r* 42 

e*'»r tJf»" 

I4sn e«in 224 

I4"A P*roi*«4rr It 
T<Vt P*nd Of*l» 2'4 
tt*n p^rrna 22' 

17IJ PHt»C?04» 

I IM P'nnrtr IM 

PlM«f D*<f 
1"fl Pf»trn*i Vn 4*1 
tiM Pmiiio 14" 
ei”»pff* Air 
4 *0 Ci>i* 4'Oih 44 

PM ( 4 u* > •» 

K ’S Cfu* ' »V 
t..-* T* 


0 »**l knd r«al 24 rtg.* 
o*r*M* J4n J7, r*c9id If' 14 i4 


3-Jl TV ffwn 14 ■ 

c>ir»1 I'fk IflT'f '4 * '■•V »*• 

|r.: * i- :4 irv<T *’”•» ur*r i*U** 

CX T KfvM • K '- * vf*> a 3 TV 

It -et t' .l 4* ' VI A (r*V TU'tS* 

I.CHI r<**4 II 4’. t Vi t*(»a iBfPM 

jl i« rm 


(IraiiV *04 !•», 44 <*n’* p«**hi* 

►fr Jt, r*r«tS Off !■' *" !>’ 17 
P L- B*k*rt»«»o. >0 c«cii« B»i*4);* 
*n 2 '♦r'Wrt 0*»- 1* *i1 tVt IT 
n»w llr»o*rf rmpRion IT'i f<a'» 
.*>**ii* J*n 2 r*."f4 r>*' 12 kd 


British Columbia 
Power Corporation 
Limited 

Divuleml No. 21 




Ai*ioi"i>* r* *r r***** 4 pr«- 

24 ffr.H 4 . i:»'*ff' 44' . 

iMiahFr P»f. 24 rffAfl • 

S(I rr" * 

Cantda " 7. 

rn,'. . 1* J*' 3 f* - 1-1 1 - 

Id rTf* ' : 

p*.-ll«r.4ll4all* (an*4'*« 

Btrnl 4 <•" • ■"■•‘•I* M*f ti ! i'- '0 

r'f T2 «4 r*f. i: 

|•Xn 44*«a It'd. * -frir *4 
r*n'» -I-ir 'iu».'‘*r »-iJ 04 X*..' 1" 

»*i*:ilr t*fr 3* TKntii U" id 

D*r. Jl 4" r*|.'» .flit ou«r'*r •!.! M 
Oor II’ p*f*Oi* Jtn 2 ttford U4C 
tv. Id Iff- n 


CROWN ZELIERBACH 
CANADA LIMITED 


VOTli ' m MtPlftY ntVfcP '"it • 
:i r' (hirl»-I‘>f J>*' p*f 

.n*t* O" iP* .1*!. Cnmijifif. 

Afitrr* 'll ih* C'>'’il»«"T ft** "**•* 
c *f*-l i’* 2*0 • 11 J«r»u*fT 1444 -j 

4n«frhnid*f( •( ffrofT *i •• 'ft* k'"*' 
of bu'inr** «" 14 ()*r*ffll**r 144* 

•Hi* U*fnf*r ho"*4 •! UW C«np*ft2 
vUl BM b* 

er cinonv op m moars 
n n woooWARO 
#*(r»t*ry 
Vtneoo**r 8 C . 

4 Dpc*mb*r 1IV4. 


NOT |i L * h*'*by f.x" (b*i 
I r*>**> 7.*ii»M4'h < •q*. 4* l **• 

d*>i*r*>i • <li'i«l*«d T i»p.it2 S»* 
<*at| (»* «!>•'» b*)*M* J*rtt*f2 2. IM*. 
lA ( Im 4 ' »k*rrhnli4M« -a r*«ar<l *’ 


14' ; *9 

CWn M*f. I* 
r« . •> d 

2»H 1 f'fn "•f.-'l 

|1 i . I'cfl S ."fc 'T 72 
4M Con 6ai '*r 7. ' 
4 -ft r*n**» Sx «4- 
2 r" Cm C*no 
12 ft fMp Ranif :i4 
r i4 r*ui«« ui 
C»* IT >«l 
4.1. a rovrn 

TM r»«i-* 17 

l>.m ‘t»* 

I44ft4 :> A ■. 12 


AT REGULAR PRICES 


T a. a. rnasER. 

5«*r*4»T 


Hally in Piprlinm 

VANCOUVKR — Improve 
mrnt In pi|>eline stork* w.u the 
feature of duU trading. Tran.* 
C.iiKid.i at 5.’S .mil Ti^r • 
Moiuuain ly SIl'* fuldeil ».. u 
Iv A point I'.vch MAi.Mi'^.*n 
firmr'l to si.t3i‘i .Ti'd \\ C'it 
t’opprr Mills wu.*. up k 
at $jn'.. 

Hav’O Pe'e at *>« cents was 
a strong friT-ne 


u , • r- 

TV •> V'.".. I 

2*1" Mn.»* 

4 S«n *■ 

2*"* *■ **• Il 

-I .* Kr 

i;j32 "■ V 


ftnn** H'l- I’.i rrawii* 

-I- I'.f w*i I «•*> fdv* I 

«. IM" fft (14 I 14 
PVnMmal Tivct ir>d*t t!4 


tltftS (till, vun 
4' ;j Ijnl.it'.f -.4 U 
Ogifft 

i-i-'f Or*n4'i' 

l-'M Orff M**t 
I; I Ur 0*' 

22'* On * 1 * 

H*,.iy>' 

1 ‘ ft H*'d H">k 
Ir ft u**’i**t 

ft"i in. >1 B*u 
*11 |.rl int*T 


443 1 Si«i. * ift U U 
4 1 ft 8i*nr.>. k 1*> 
Ml* BUta Nark 
I'M *»,i'**-''i R 

pgi >■,) C )M 
<*m» Pt’Ttni'* 1*4 
ia'4 1**4 liglb 
tlM T*m«i.’nl IM 

T*»--*>'» 

T»'fi* R** 

2'ftft Uni"fi Uln 
Ift"* t'ld At* *tP 

' r d K">« 4'4 

.-fl I ;ir.r. . ■* 

i . I* ' 'n... '«( yi ( 

|t*.ft ’ l-’«T*' }«" 

37' •<'» Affl'l 

v:*ft "I . '.It 

•*M M*r 


New York Market 


A li*d CTl*«ir*.* 
AiB*f'< an « An 
Aoirrw *n Ma<*>« 
Am*rtr*n Bfn*;'*r 
Ant*rM’*n TXT 
A«*rU*n TOft*-''" 
Aottf'r*" |l*r r*f 
Ant 'f..1* I>ip0*r 
A'(tn»an Tnp**« 

< • .|.i i- rrt».' tAfl* 

a O Nai 

|i»,-,(*n*m • 

S «•!.* Aim r*U 
ft irrr.'iihl 


H U r«.*i 
r -ft «»! •.»- • » 

■A 

|i ft tr. H- • 

** 1 I- n • .- 

1 1 • l..- ■ 

*A'ft Jnf... 

I • '1 P I t~,. 

4 'V K»-- »-* • 
IIMKI Ki'vm ,ft 


Int l'*p*’ 

IM T A r 

lot Niik*' 

M* . • 

Ki* < I'r ■"u'B 
K»,*«r A.'.n. 
R*nn*<’"" ' ft"P*f 

L^v* TW*4i I* 
Larkft»*ft 

L * N 

M>ftU*»m*f* Ward 
Nailnn*! Dii(UI*r4 
Nil 8>**> 

N«* Ymc r*n'(4l 
Nitftr* Pft**r 
Nnrti.k VliMi*rii 
N~rift**n Pir.U* 
Oftto OU 
Pi. tMr 0*1 Cl*< 
P*nft4nd'* e * ll 

Pin* R*,'«*2 


•"..-n C*l K" ' . 

a*'i*n*in P*ri I 
8n>j-n*>n ft*.>*«i 
A««rr* R*-.S 

Ri ft*«i* r*P*' 

P'*'i<:*rd C»iif 
Ri*nft*iS OU ffJ 
s-inrar on 
T*»*» r« 

Uoi/w CtrMftft 
Onino Parifir 

rplIrS Airrdfi 

U8 a **. 

W*rn*f 8-’'« 
WtM.nfftn-'* Bt* 
W«">*4r>h 
ZvmiR Radio 
Srft*ai *2 


nii>«l*r 
Cllt*4 s«r*lrt 
Cltv*|»nd K f' e 

c a o n*.i «*2 

Cfliuabi* 0*i 
('••■lift Sdons 
On pdxnn 
Corn erndiifi* 
0 *'*«it tdfon 
p*g|U* Ain r*n 
Dg P""' 

i>«it**f* a Rud 
SKUnan R«dU 

SI P*** 

S(kf RR 


I niisted and IVliscellaneous 


SeagranT* 
xa , 


Seagrams 


TOROVTO 

P /* 

An lOftA 4 

4 

R.-.-«n Urt) V 
• ■1.1 Vfin 4 
Cm ;««rlln I2'ft 
CPn Sgp*M'’f 34*» 
<vpr*r R-d** 2 


O'ftv tRl Til ftilk 

K» Of"* '»ft *2] 

t"' M K-i4l Ift»: Ilf* 

I***'t«* 4"T 4't 

** -ti Bnd '4* ilT 

VI .. *1 t"r IH MV 
lt*ft*M *tl tld 

P« 4r 1"* ':i I" 

* *. ««« ' 17 

Sg* Vi *4 >'l ft' 

S'lpr’ nr. » l"4 1*1 

Ogi'r' |,.( |4« tU 

tv fWfl 13*7 II 9 

T-* • ' 'ft 420 

Urn- A,. -I** im 

«)i’>( ti I Axim • 

Ar.« C I*. A 2i M 

t>g nld t'l 44\ 41S 

RC p.|i*' , 1 - , 

•< 1*1 pfd 4 IM II* 

Dn pid 4>. 144 ‘.M 

On Bi* >1 

D* tie 4s ru 

O* p(d 4S 44‘« 

Calf Pr ptd M 

Con mu p(d rr 

rwi**r Ind 11 ' I i; « 

Hud*e« 4 8«* U-« 24'« 

Sid rifl pfO 14 
H (Vn-ih 41 4« , 

Sof*«** >r» 41 u 

f OSVtRTIRI I ft 
AruiM ift' )7'2 

I' Hi AI 4*< . *7 a *4 

Oft 4'.-. 1*4 142 

run ft Otl 41 
C.tn P*lr* 4* M 

C'* P’O* w 
can UUI I** 
Plft«t*jt 42 *4 

Hum* 4W^ (U IM 


RniB* 4*a‘V IM UV 

tr .•nd C*m 4T'» 

IftM'.v 4'. -. Ill 

llo 4 . 101 

Vl*r<' l 0 )*i *i *7 10 

H Wfli < *1 |nt 

Mmonnrt* 1 1* MV 

fill** ..lift" 121 174 

Tft'ftd *1 «f 

WnnKpr*’ *4 lA 

'i. *1 41 a- 

» !• 1 - 'nr 14V 144 

4 P VfttI H ROXflft 

A If .1 in < > i »0 


***A*U1» W«lS^ 


^^*yadian wm^ 


Toronto Oils 


•ft' )• r- r 

as* o»i**i ivft "> 1 ' • 

4(1 ,i_inia-r 

|ifS l"■*T Cn" rpn 47 4 
A'., '-Iftlr.r ft.- 

r44 Mtd rn» m ifi*l 44 

i. fi Mftft 'Aftft'ril. If 

ISM.' VIUI (M* 74 

243 '.•Mitvfti rv* J 1 
0401 >r* IRiMi* 4 

Ufii rrAT'fr'fttn .2 
xr Rnf C'*ft tirr «l 
a*«l \r*av I •••>•• II 

82 Sn> VbpfrW 
i«p V.gftrfr" 4j*t Cw 'IS 
avno 'ftuuu i:t 

U'ft i' • 

(I'TO enn'.ir.* r p* ' a 

f7.*l • >.•• .‘rl 

77nn rr.r J r. a i; ir 

I !*1 I*; .. <.*• lr»* 

iS Vwrftftr ftft-uf] l^a 


.Sft.M R'V' 

4»4> A.'<<e* i.ft* J'\ 

]l««| .v,*4 

IJfll AT’-f'- ftfl LKIuC « 
>«« A»*n'*r* I’" 

4A iU.in 0«l«t2i« *8 

1 .<1 Har\tl i*U 

2MV B*i« iv* a 

KftlMmftP 

UM fm'fti-* ^ 

IWl*a|fti> a Ylrr.i' 

Vni CofWdltn Kouift lU 

• lb' I ftivi tgii. ■ *■ U4* 

44041 c*rgwl>*n Adnural 3 
•«i 1 ftnad.ftn i'.ii.i't* 4VD 
WO Can*ili*n CVft 

*«•! I ftrift • An»r<. VA 
4101 CaM'Iw tV'-f '*7 


Ift. .({MltcM v>ft 

H '-4* 12 

piorpnnl |C- • 

fi'air TV 

•" 11 

p-r.n RL TV 

R> • TM* 144 

Or 4* 

a.'r*>* IM 

t*’ anr* IM 

t'ri'i PUS** 14 


TaI an 14 M 

r» P*»4nr* 14 21 

*44 ri At pt'vm* 

*' ' "ft Caw 7|4 TTS 

A riftOi* 4"4 442 

Amrr n.«» PMI »*;• 

* M . 74* 144 

r« ftfgad MM 0421 

etc 4*4 Ml 

Ift.anpiMI Ml VM 

f -i-'.airftiiA T7* It: 

f-ir lA« >fta til 

A>r 111 Ml 

Of*wp ter PT* 414 


n 'i < 111- r»-i 

«• n I ftr.ft !i4- • 

tin r*'«(f>an I(«<M> 

<M| • ■ 

44*2 i rr-'rai 0*1 Rp> 


Q||» Ai I ft*ft 

Tr P*» drft 

W*ft«T'- ftrt 
IM ••».* 

O* PT 




WHEN ONLY THE FINEST GIN WILL DO... GIVE SEAGRAM’S GOLDEN GIN 
Thti i(.verti$emMt is fio< puNtshtd or d«pUyod by tho Liquor Control Booid or by tho GovonuTMnt ol Sntoli CoiumbM. 


Tb* Rb04« vtiKii quouuona or* Mpfvliesl by Jam** 
Rlrhardaon M Bono, flacar tnveatmewU |jtd.. Hath MacAay 
A Ool. CMadlton InvowCmMit Dealer** AaaocAattoa. Ik 
Amc« A Co., roA T. H. Aonu A Ccx 


• Pftfd Mr- • 

44>t 

; Ufa OTB4m.ll 

• «>, 

n•..*r•| n». 

nns ' 

U*t1*f*I ermlt 

-| a 

ifD'Ill •* 

44 

Onortf**' 1 >•* 

111 

Orrft- ft>rift*r« 

V" 

n-.ii <ft»l 

13V 

L 4 P 

•1 « 


441 

u*f..*-r« *4 

«K. 


;vi 

t:u 


'.V 

•72 

I. 

iret 

•a 









(Eolmrifil Vi<h»fU.I.C.,nir...Dt«. II. 1 HS % 


Tivas Just 
A Matter 
Of Money 


Ilomcoicncrs^ Help 
Asked in Job Blitz 

NANAIMO — llomeownfrs will be a^ked t« 
to k1\p one or two dayit’ work in a winter 
work "bliti’* rampaien by the winter employment 
rommittee. Offiriai fiKure«» %how that there are 
ju<it over I..VK) persons without wot’k in the area. 


NANAIMO — A talhrr nf 
rive lim'd (in and 


$133,000. But he said hia or- release 


admllted miterllriit unem- 
plo>iitetit insumnt'e biuie. 
fits here while working laat 
April. 

(iilhert Baxter. Nanaimo, 
iold the polit e i-nurt ma«la- 
irate, "It was Just a matter 
ol niowey.” 


Specials 
^rom our 


The Mantha murder trial The trial rontinues today at 
ended Ira third day yesterday ij 
and the atBumenia conrermnR 
the adminsahihty of certain 
evidenre ate still (oinit on. 

Meanwhile the jury is ex 
rhided and puhhMtioo of the 
pr<M*eedlncs la prohibited while 
ihe "trial wiihin a trial" iioes 
on. 

Tuchoaiman Leo Anthony 
Maniha 31 i* I'hsiced with 
the knife slaying .Sept 6 at 
HMCS N'aden of AB Aaron 
"Bud" Jenkins. 


H.MAKT BI'^EKS ABE 
UH)KtNG KOK 

MAMMOTH 

MARKDOWNS 

Sr.K TAtiK S7 


NA.NAIM'J ArhiiiaiKin 
hfi.iid hiMuMg 1o fletetenine 
aaln'tes fi*r rhi»ol ii*arhers 
In .S.ioaimo .Si hool Disirici 68 
has been sei fui Mundiiy 
T^ie vsa;;os di'.puie ueiit to 
artiitratmn nf'er tnisie»*s le- 
fiisi'd In hudge fiom ihi'ii offer 
of lUst over four per 
Te.irhei . vsiTp a'Utifig a Itt per 
cent avcMce incira'n*. 

Aitiiiraiino twiaid ehatrman 
will he Re*: .Moir ol V.ini-ouver 
lla.'ej Hodges, Vu'iona. wdl 
repiesefit the le.n-heis .ind T. 
K H”- the achroi board. 


Sorneihint! cxi'itjng and new 
are these TAFFETA 
shower curtains with plas- 
tie hdi'k that will last and 
last. 

BrW'LAL 


before ■■ 
^you say 

{Scotch 


Tremendous new shipment, m siripes, 

moderns, florals, fish, plain taffetas and 
novelties ... a complete color rartge 
in all styles. 


.Mail Coe.s Ip and Out 

(’irowinR mountain of Chri^tma.'i mail is mostly 
outuoing these days at Victoria s post office. Bert 
Keelley, left, and Eric Stover, help with Rortlng. 
By Dec. 17 incoming mail will flood m. — (Colonist 
photo ‘ 


DEWAR’S 


SALE! Lovely Point 

BLANKETS 


Newspaper Advertising 
.*MlmuUtes Buying 


This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor 
Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. 


('H»nuine all wool POINT BLANKETS 

by Charles flaily of VVhitnej, England. 
These are offered ai ihe lowest pnre evei 

... a wondeiful ides for Chrisima.s 
. . . a terrific saving for your own home! 
72x90 inch. 


W hat? Give an 
extension telephone 
for Christmas?'' 


rA.MPBEl.L RIVER- Heavy 
tnadilnery Is an ivlng here for 
the Hiart on Ihe long'lelayed 


S2iS)0.oi)n waterfront develop 
meni. 

.Marweii Construction Co of 
Vancouver is biinginc In its 
own drlrling rreus for an 
ImmediBie .siari on the Job 
hut lrnal tnu'king firms will 
be ctiKatted for tians|>orMne 
ro«'k for the bieakwarer part 
of the pniierl and loeal labor 
w I II be iiHod wherever pnsMhIe 
tfie coniraeiors have promised. 

The breakwater will provide 
shelter for a ferry slip for the 
Campbell River Quadra I.sland 
service. Also planned are 
rfH'l.imation of the 10 acres of 
tiii.ll land a s)i«ppmg renire. 
p.irklng Hi'ea. an-e^s roads .nnd 
oilier improvements. 

Villape eommisMiiners said 
Ihe company lied also piom 
iMvt In htidd a swimming pool 
"ai I'OHi" for the village. 

Council chairman. T D 
Bundy satd the iommi<sion 
w’l'li'omefl the news nf Ihe 
sl.ii 1 of the harbor pi njc' • and 
Ihe pi«mi>e of jobs lor (x-opie 
here. 


.3'»-polnf. 31b, 
6.3x81 Inches 


4 poinl. 6 lb , 
7Jx90 inches 


Whitney Saltier 
blankets. Tix90 tns. 
3H lb. Duffle and 
aolid col- 4 ^ AO 
on. Each I fc-wO 


each 


each 


TOWEL SET 

Smartly boxed TOWEL SET^. m 
wide range — a great idea. 


Novelty Planter Carl in brass wuh 
basket insert, conlaimng 2 fnog'-d 
towels A AQ 

Per »el C.sJO 


4 hand woven Malehstlck PLACE 
MATS. 4 fast color NAPKINS. Im- 
ported Ceramin .SALT K 71! 

and PEPPER. Set W. I W 


An extension phone is the kind of gift evetyone 
loves to get. but few people thinlt of giving. 
This Christmas, give the gift that gives so much 
pleasure — an extension phone. Only $120 
a month, even less in some communities. Order 
in black or glamorous color. Just phone the 
Telephone Company and ask for "Gift Phones". 


H1.8 and HER TOWFL .SfrT.*?, trim- 
med In conirHsling colots. CJinsisi- 
Ing nf 2 giitvsi |<iwc|« nnd J 7K 
2 wash I Sri I 9 


TOFINO- Sunken wreck of 
the mi'i'‘Uie hnlli'i ('rnioimi.il. 
w.ia liK.iU'd ,\c'«induy with. 
rra<<nititlili' I'nil.itniy ' hv the I 
hiiitl working cm*w of the To-' 
ftiiM |tfrlMi.*it undri mx^wain' 
E R Hacritn aliri tJiirc davs 
araichlni* 

But .iiilhnrItIrM hria air 4till 
Un«mr tuiw mans wrtrrboArd 
the fl!»hbn.ii when it aauk In 
Riormy wrathrr la*'! wrrkrud 
White rn joule from T^dlno to 
Abo«i«at. 20 mtk'a noith nf 
heir, 

Thir«* mrn known to ho 
abn.iid and now piraumrU 
drovt nrd w**rr Mcf'hrt<«on 
Grorgr. hia ■*nn. Wilfred, and 
Devid Jiumbhoi) all rif the 
Ahmiaai Indian trwrve 

Bui arvrral nihrix from Ihe 
reserve, inchidinc a woman, 
wi'ir iinnri'o»intrd fnr yr<itrr 
d ly and it la fr.»ir<i ihrv mav 
a'*o liavc hern on the irollrr 
whiTi If went dnv^n. 

The WTrckiirc hrPrvrd to be 
th.-it of ihp mi«sMi (7 fiahhoat 
w Incainrl hv the lifrhnal 
CH-w- In Riah.tnl Chamirl hr- 
tween two )<tand« 

s.ilvacc op»'faftt»na will be 
left i/> Ihe AhonK.li inds.tr-. 
Ihrmsrlvrs .■«;•»% rr.il nf the 
b>intt a fiKhrnncn ar»'ompahird 
hv olhn fKhrrmrn in tlia arr.i 
h ivr been a* r*uriny the aira 
along wiih Ihr Tnfinii 11frl»nat, 
Pierra of wrrekaer from the 
mi''«inir in foni ii«dlrr wnw 
found 1a<tt .'^iindav on a briu'h 
nenr Tnfinn .tnd nrai where 
the «Mnk>*n hull la Itelievrd lo- 
cated. 

l.lfe1>oat offii i.«U «.ii<| no 
aij’n ol amvisMta ha«l Iwett 
found 


S/1 LE! Bea ii tifu I 

BEDSPREADS 


CANADA’S FINEST 
30-INCH 

ELECTRIC RANGE 


Spoc'Ul Mir nf lovely 

hrdaprrads . . . givra you 
an opportunity to «avr 

dollars on a fine gift for 
someone special* Satins. 

Homr^puns. Chenillra. 
AtX ONE LOW PRICI':. rarh 


COMFORTERS 


TOWELS 

Thick., rhindv ... in mulll atrlpra 
hrautl fluff finish OD* 

and colorlaat. MK 

»>rh VW 


p.-mlrv' Comfoiiet* 
ftllrd tVTx72 inchra. 
RPEf lAL, each 


COMFORTERS 


Trrrv Aprons In colorful designs, 
smartly trimmed with a<«miing 
binding and lies. 4 QO 

Each ■ 

Matching Towelt . 

Dish Cloth 4i*e 

pot Holders .. 49# 


Saiin and Paialev Comforter' 
green, rose, wine or A i 

blue fiAx72 Inches. 1% I 

fiPKf lAL. each W# 


Wffh ALL the Best Features 


« Ijicliislve fll'IiOMaMc; 

* 7ln-l thermogiiard element with Iber- 
nwiHtteally r«>ntrolled deep well cooker, 
frver. griddle! 

a Dial a heat swiirhes! 

* Mi|M>r-king sise oven! 

* Huge warming drawer! 

* >llniite minder' 

4 Stmiillnuitlc Mme r»inlrol' 


SALE! Decorator Accent 
CUSHIONS! 


FINANCIAL WORRIES? 


Just the gift for the hostess' 

Dcforainr Aceent C'usbinnt in 
colorful corduroys, knlfeetlged. 

self piped, available in rhoiea 
of 3 smart colors at this prica. 

RPTXTAL . - 


SHEETS 

Cannons finest Percale Sheets in 
pa.stel color*. specuUy priced for 
(Tuisima* giving A AA 

Reg 12 NT P9F pair. |{ Hfk 

UrtetAU |»lr W#VW 


Oven window 
•t satra ' 


BRiriT.E SFTS. by Old Blear h 
anteed fadeless hemsiltrhed 
lahie rover, 4 napkin*, in A 
chartreuse hl*ie grev. B 

red or green. Reg 4 ^ mi 


Phone K\' 2 - 51 U 


RIGHT THROrOH 
TATI^4 TO VIEW 


REG. U PTON 
of Custom Finance. Invites you 
In call and disruv* your re 
quirementa and learn for your 
self the rase and friendlinesa 
which are part of the Custom 
Finance way of aroing you. 

rrSTOM KIV\M'E 
"V’lctorta's Own Ftname C«* 
Hit l><Migtaa Phnna RV S-14A 
Open Monday through Thura 
dav, 9iN» s m to MV» om. 
Friday. 900 am to ROft pm 


t>oort 8..10-5.SO 
DAILY 

PI.rs ERIDAY 
TllX 9 P.M. 


APPLIANCE l»M I., 74 ? VATluS 


1 Donrs from main entrance 




Party Pride 

ICE CREAM 

cli and C’rt*amy. Holiday Fruit 

2 for 45*^ "in. 79 


Berkshire 


Pint 

Carton 


Lucerne Bonus Quality 


(jiiulily for Ijcss 


Package 


Half and Half 
Whipping Cream 
Sour Cream m.';,! 


' i |tfii< I 4r(oit 
i|N anal ilrr^^liies, 
inrliti) 


SKYLARK FANCY BREADS 


GANONG’S CHOCOLATES 


riioosi* from this assortment— 
Bouquet, Starlet or Lucky Choice 


Fancy Lobster < 
Sardines 

No!a. hroki 

anriinp im 
Smoked Oysters 


St'olkins, imcknuc ot .">t> 


"" Saran Wrap 

Parowax 

2 for 45c Silver Polish 


No laal minute rush for these folks! They're stocking up on many of their 
holiday foods at Safeway right now... and at low prices! Why not make up 
your own list of the variety of foods you'll want for tha holiday season, and 
get them now'-at a big savings. Shop early! Shop happy! Shop Safeway! 


Fur Pies and Tarln 


l.alani Hnuaiiun 
4 Mh)z. tin 


Kraft, 3-Ib. block 


Uhite Cross, Mammoth 


Unpilted 
Pitted 


Stuart lIouM', 
Hra\y Duty, 
I8"x2y roll 


tin 


Sweet, Juicy . . . easy to peel 
For a lunchbox treat, etc. 

Bundle of 
2 BOXES 


FLORIDA 
INDIAN RIVER 


CnlifArnla — Tight Grpi-n 
Senn 

buttered, lb. 


Ocean Spraj — >V 
meat and poultry, 
Ift-oz. carton — 


White or Pink . . . Refreshing Morning Fruit 
Add to Salads for Flavor — Size 96't 


Oregon No. 1 
^*1a«or Mens 
meat, etc 


Import — Firm, 
juicy rlusters 


Okanagan 
Extra Fancy, 
Crixp and juicy 


Prices Effective December 11, 12 and 13 

In all Safeuay Stores located in Greater Victoria and Duncan 


Florida — Snappy 
Fresh, lb. 


■ FOOH Premium Frozen 

U iCdl FCdw pacUaRe * 

4 for 69' 

Kernel Corn “ 

2 33‘ 

^1 ClIlUwl 1 jf^'WClMwW U hole or Jellied, 15-uz. tin. 

2„45‘ 

Crushed Pineapple r “ 

3, .49' 





f : 

-'‘M 


■ror 


% ^ • ' 


1 



1 











LUCERNE ’ 
EGG NOG 


$ 1.99 ■ 

$1.69 Coffee Values 


Waldorf Assorted 

Creams and Jellies 


Christmas 

BRILLIANTS 


Rrifi[ht, lasty» 
8U|;ar candy 

I -lb. Package 


A g<M)d assortment 

Mb Package... 


Blended Juice 
Mandarin Oranges 

Town ll-o*. tin 

Almond Paste 
Ice Cream Oakes T:;,;" 
Angel Food Cake Mix 

I. lift# Dipix'r. H-iw- paika^r* ... 

Maraschino Cherries 

K«*(l or <«rf^n, 6 -ok. Jar 

Fluffo Shortening 
Pure Lard i'r!!."!.",. 

Brownie Mix 


Stumped for Christmas Gift Ideas? 

Give Safeway 
Gift Certificates 


Mild and Mftlow 


lilen>iPM. No. 1 quality* K^od 
aMortmpnt. 1-lb. pk^. 


Gk*n>iew. f'allfomla No. 1 
quality, 1-lh. pkK. — 


Brazils 

Walnuts 


Rich and Aromatic 


iAFfWAV ‘alfT CERTIFICATE 


Kmrrald, r»Ufornia No. 1 
quality, iar^r. soft Kholl, 1-lb. pk{;. 

Almonds (ik‘n\)«'w. California 

No. I Hofl shell. Mb. pk|». 


Rich and Vigoroti.a 
•>.ih 


Availiihle in S.VIN), S7.5II and ^MUHI ilinominutionK. 
Ma> Im* iiM‘il for Ihi* purchaM* of turkevs, hams or 
an> olhcr nicrchnnrliM* . . . at ailiibir at all Safeway 
Stores IhroiiKlioiit B.C. • 


<tlf‘n\lew. No. 1, B.C. 
j;rawn, 1-lh. pkg. 


Filberts 


Airway Instant 


Toastmaster 


Three varieties, parkage of 12 


•k Happy note 
for the Holidays 


Bel-Air Premium 


Frozen, 15-oz. package 


Halves or Slice*, l>oa. tin 


rich cream and eggs 
and spice so nice — 
all mixed and 
\ ready to pour 


Crabmeat 


Nalley's Sweet, 
21-ojl jar .... 


Queen ( Imrlottc 


Christmas Crackers 

With a lo> in e\rr) f>4 
one. package of 12... I awW 


Sweet Potatoes 


New Zealand Canterbury 


Prettier than a picture! and such a delicious aroma 
. . . but, oh the flavor, and so tender! That's what 
they'll soy about this lamb. Invite guests in to enjoy 

it with you. WholC OF Half, lb. 


New Zealand 

Canterbury, Whole or Half ||) 


New Zealand 

Safeway trimmed 


New Zealand 

Tenderloin end 


Attention Freezer Owners! — 

Whole New Zealand Canterbury Lambs § 

Cut and wrappexi for your fn'oicr. Ap>rot. S.S the. tjioh 


Fresh, Boneless — 

Fully skinned and defatted. Any size 


r.niprr«e IMire, Sox. J»r 


Cocktail Sausage 


Fresh Frozen Shrimp 

For Cocktails, Salads, Sandwiches, Etc. 

‘/2-lb. 59 ' *1 *** lbs. * 2 ^® 


Kror»r*my, Pure Pork. 1 Ih. r«ri*»n 


Breakfast I)elig:ht or 
Campfire, 8lir^, 


Salad Dressing 

Pinlmonl. I%Q|^ 

S2-07. jar QwU 

Potato Chips 

Nallry’a Fresh, ^ 7 Q|S 

6K-OZ. pkg. C for ■ wC 

Stuffed Olives 

Roar Manzanilla, 

8-02. jar - - w 5 JC 

Cigarettes 

.\ll popuhir brand*), QC 

carlou of 200 fc.WW 

Cocktail Mixes 

H.vrrv Home’* .Assorted. QC|% 
pint bottle .... 5 #slC 

Gift Wrap 

.A»)xnrfed desljfns, QQ#s 

.■W* culler roll....,.— wOC 




12 BallM CColimllft Vk!®ru. B.C . nar... 0«c. 11. 19M 


MONTREAL (CPU — Light heavyweight champion 
Archie Mofnv surv'ived four kno('k(iowns and finorod 
Canadian Yvon Durolle ihivo times tonight for an 
11th round knockout In their title fight and hocame 
boxing’s all-time kayo king with U7 knwkouts. 

Referee Jark Sharkey. 

former heavy^whl rhampton. ^ixih and Maggered Durrile 
rounifd out the blo‘idsme.ire<l twice and blofxtied his nose, 
challenger .ind champion of Ami m the seventh he floored 
the Rrmsh Kmpire at 19 se- 'he y.tAear-oJd fisherman from 
roods of the II th o-und N«'w Hntn.swick with a nghi 
Durelle lav flat on his ha. k. to 'he chin for a rmmi of five. 

It was one of the greaient In t"c lOth. me M\ sav.vi 
light he-iv^weighr tighls ever thr challenger when Moore 
staged and Moon* though him with a l.di hw.k 

he'll be P nr l*> ve.ir- old '^ai >hat h.id him pnn lu-ally out on 
urday surv ivd ' ternh.- r>'n 

ishment and divfuM It out m a cJange .1 .tt the .smnt o{ sewen, 
fashion that few voungsrns Arciiie iimsh*'d the Job in 
could have paialieled 'he lltli with a lell h..ok That 

tliMprx'il ihe biawnj. hmwn- 

Moore was on the canvas 

three times in the fiisi rmmd ^nne Inr a cuni of nine. Then 
for two .fficial knm kdovvns 

.iiid one trip that Sharkey t,.— v,is kn«H>s and 


FAN FARE 


By Walt DItzen 


(^nllaiil ( liallrn iicr (,ovs Doini 

It'ixing m.iloh nl .Montroal Fonim last 
night. Moore wds down four times m 
the l‘'nii and I>urelle lhit‘r* limes 
h-ejoiv he was kiKK'ki’d out. 


Yvon Dutflle. (’diiHdinn lleitgci , 
pm*s down In IPh round oi iitic lighi 
just Udore losing to cli.tmpion ,\i* hie 
M.jnie in Ihniluig lighl-h.n\>weigltt 


dc H last juf games of their 
KVi iii pMiiie inp and iben 
wi-M' be .ten un their return 
ti'snr b- e.,- inv.iflwiR Win- 
.!.4-e It «as a 


Victoria Cougars got a 
big tvso [loints at .Mi*morml 
Arena la.st night when lhe\ 
otil.sforcd Spokane FIvcin, 
who were rnnkinv Uwu’ 
first api>t‘arancc hero. .'i-.A, 
befttre 1^)3 pa>mg cus- 
tomers. 


Blood vv'is vitoaming Imm All liiree ju 
Duielte-. nose and from .* cut slighilv ah•^^c 
on his right . heek and from 

ttie mouth at ihe fimsti 

Moore's left cheek wi« Iwnllv " ' ' * _ 

switll«Ti and there was a niik H rr-. 

over hi.s left iwe. tlermiin .igu* 

Tliaf lount oui gave Ar.hie Aichie and K< 
the alliinu* nnoid nf U7 him ahead l*i 
knockouts in his .-aveiM of ,'i'J b'’*'' •'■''‘"b-'f 
lights. It hroke him out of .i. matter w 

tie at l*’»i with Ihe late J to An hii* aas t 
'Young I StMtiluig, who regj^. and lie may r 
iiMi'd them in a careiT of more olri.--t active • 
Ihan itti Iiphls. hisiotv ii. |i 

■ Moore, weighing 17.1\ night must m 
pounds rn nurelle's ITJ. Ihe m-tsl rem 
stretched hiv unheaten string ihai ever io«.m 
tn If? bouts includitig oru* At five feet 
draw, He broke the ciia|- in. h taller tli 
lenger'a winning siienk at and#«irnng 
four b«iiit.s and t.ngged him Archie proved 
with his sevenfli krio. kout and of him i.s a 
20th defeat in 90 bout.s. puncher. 


Hi rigs Defeat liaaners 


IihI nigto 
,dfi-ct- of th«‘ii 

I' I a . I i c • l^tsi 
II wa.sii't an aillstic VIISOIV <-beeK(H] . U*si*|) 
hut Ihe two jMnnis pushed ih.^ it.ikv arena ice 
t't.ugarfi into a lu- with \'.io ,i„|<y the gam 

culver ('atuii ks I'lr -c* ond V( i.tn»hiv side 
place in Hie W.-siein Division j.f>H:\h|v Hie n 
ol the Wi-siein ll'M-kev i.m> sHcky for 

la-ague. kepi them .lod making 't 

fhiitiis ahe.iil of New West fm thi- pla.vi*r«. 
minster Rovals .in-l itieie.»std riaii;.i:s m.ir 

fbeir m-irgin over ihe Spt»k.ine „j, rlungeH 
cluh to SIX |Munts or mo.e ns <tf 

Knr the Flyers, who Inst Mcl.rod jeiurn 


Toronto M.iple l.'.ii-; 
sivmiiilcd in their ihgtit fern 
the Naiioritil l.civ’ue lt.o.iaiirni 
idsi night anil wete pt 

settli* for a 2 2 He WHi| *’hi- 
cago Black 

Me-inwhile. la-iroif Ri-d 
Wings edged within rw-'iio;!!?^ 


wcio 


W (m-t 
.Sa-*<>- ..41 


I IIIMU C) tllOli 


•ff« <- iijnr t V'lr 


l>»lvpiriii4 iHo«i un- 


:ni CajS>>rv al 


Ihi' lo- Irll T'Uiuito three mr.| I'tNiotj 
poifu . hi-: ....-I Hie lilUlpl.iCe L"..no-r,-r 

.iil,.clr*n I ‘ It*. » H. 

Al Nmv Y -'k (loid'e Howe -unsii i-iRioti 

. . , . , , ,w ....... . , .* r • • < 1 . Csuea c^a• 

t.<Mc<| III ji...! the range P'r - - • 

lOtllh g‘d. nut me R.-d 
Wing-- giik't nctit WMig'-i did 
dt.os on both Delioil 


in the only previous game be I Taught rnid In the ftisl Jack pelanev. vshn wore Ihe 
twfen the two clubs, failed to round by his acgrr---:ve. wild crown in 19Jt». 
impress hill they are just ovei hooking op|Ninenl. Anhie w«s fighting in the second, 

their most nigged road trip, „ ..u fo^rih was tenilic. 

of thi- season and haven t hern a tight to Ihe chin ninvlle was almost jack-kniled 

.able to work out since reiiirn ff’*' •* cot'n' nf nine. On his by the right to Hie ho.1v in Hie 

ing in.me h.-< aii.se their ice sur f'''*' '»»* 'nok an afToul halter fouMh But the logged fisher 

f.v c* w.is iM'ing used for other "*g from Hu* fresh and kill- m.in tallusi in Ihe fifth and 

atlraciiojis. 1 ‘‘Hger l•ha^engel•. As he w.is dropjMul Aiclue with another 

( \HH K.*sS PI AV hii'.'hing about the ring, a half rtushmg blow lo Ihe hea.l ftir 

- 1 ' pt'"‘'h an.l half push M*n( him an right couiii. 

A heller cluh on the mcjil .s knee.s. but Sharkey niled Then he b.itiered Ihe rham 

play the ('ougars almnvi lost „ ,, 

If with some careless pl.iy in Ti,<ii-p no slip lo the am.iruiglv was fighting hack 

Hie ihir.l perii>d. Irfimg down booming right hook ilt.d ai ihe end of the round. And m 

aftei a good second peiiod m Aiehie'% pm- aimnsi u,,* sixth Archie began hi^ jolt 

which It took some fine goal- ^i,n„.^,^„.,y ami hl.ivfe,! him u.g mai.h m viciorv, 
kei-piMg hy extniigar ^-tnile canvas for a count of AlHio.jgh the nowd .ind gai«^ 

FM.mi.s to keep Hie Hyers 

The kiwi f.ifis weie In a peeli'd e.n h prioi'lpal w-is 

Ftiineis suffend an inliired fien/.y of cheerini. b.-..ios,- well paid In addiii.m to ihe 

sltoulder in Hip firsl peimd thmiglil C-inailo w.is jiisi gmss g.iie nf k.s!i<llO, i,*|.-S'- 

ami Ihe game was held up m the procf^s ..f getting llf mn viehhsl $.M1oilO fnr ihe 

which he was patched up The -eond world light he.ivvweigbi friiti’il States vulco and J20 

veteran .ame hack to block king- a succc.sjsor to Ihe iaie OtN) for the Canadian, 
three or four *'ci*rlain" wonng 
•httls in the «i>.'oml penml and 
cotildn't* be blamed for ihc 
gn.d* which gor by him. 

FJyent cached In Iw ice on 
Victoria penalliea to end the 
first period in a 22 tie goals 
by Bev lk-l| and .Max Mekilok 
milking up for the wonng 
■'lints made by Al Nicholson 
and Wilson fr*r tlie Cmigais. 

S|//.I.INtl .SHOT 


iMiaii riaiuo 

1 •• • II jft H4HT » M 


•>( I. tiuon.'i 


//>' Rvd StuUh 


Vfi-> : '* 

12 )i< 


. . a .\lex piMvi-- . i " it flip Win 

• ••■■ *. ' *’ ‘ ; - to the " ; ■ .,d, flip 

. • |iur|r M'''t tlie o|H'n 

•>e.e.«Sii^4.ioa.^aiPi«»*a,i<s.«-«««a.^ ,|fter I.oitio Woi-ley h>l I 

nf Ihe ft unt 1 unning Moiilie.il e>uli- .i spt.iwl'tig :ve on 

(■.»n.if1i. I.,- by he, mill' '■ -w I' ^ ; • ,\p. 

York Kang* - 2 1. .H Mid' •• PKOSOVOsr TlfS 
.Siju.lie Often. M,.,.*| ; . th,- 

T«nl Shian. m c\ l...»f, Hie i.i-i .»Mi*r 

IriplHhl up bis lojnie. t»*i!j: I’fU r - : h<*llv !: fi'i'e'l 

males t'-e ivi..' tr'*-!! o = -d ' id given New Y'-!!. .1 

p-nlv in the H';d pei"«t .it Id b I'l 


In roconl weeks menihei-s of Ihe New York Boxing 
WriteiN* AssiH'i.ilitm have Iw'cn eudKelim? fheir Inlelleels 
oomiimc the reemds and prowlmu h"petully up nark 
alleys m flue'll "I h phime.1 knighl whom they miKht 
canoni/e ns Ki«hter-..t-'he-ViMr ami nviruenl of the 
Edward .1, Neil Meinon.i! Award al their mmiml tiimuM- 
This has tw-'i a '■•'»r when nnieworihy hglii* anil 

fighters n.td.i on Hie fmgets .d » ihiieiiM'd sloth 

piovided Ihe ninth Inel .uccs--. lo N.it !• lee.' In't nog iei<*ids. 
amt this hits itMulensl Hu* seardl t.u atl accicdlfcl ileinigo'l 
ni.ue than nnlm.iiHy dilli' ult |ml.d.i‘ig.i»de us himi.ns i.l ihe 
Snark. Hu* aiilhoi' ‘ o*.!‘.:hl ti*m wUh thlinl’.Us ihey songhl 
him with cute, tiiev puisued Inin with turKs and hoiM- until, 
f.’.riful of gi-umg stuck with Ht. ir h.intwure. - 'itU' w<'|e |i*mlv 
to m*siow imrn.u lu'i'y on Viigil Akiti". Hu- weliei-weiglil 
champion nf Hie woi hi. 

It wasn't Hi.u ;mybo<ly tegai'leil Akins as the greaiesl 
artist of his weight sim-o luithado.s Joe Walcott, hut he had at 
least ijisniantled Vime M.uiini'/ wilh gieaf celertiy, lni*l 
spring. Sill* e Hieu. howrvei h«* h*»il engagi'd IV| {•iariagan 
In a non title mat'h ii*"l siuiiinnslj blown the duke 

Rvt’n thovp who f.rvoie.l ile-*i”t' iiing Aklh** i*\ hlghler-of- 
IhcY'enr boggled at the logical con.|u>fon, vshloh woulrl le 
quire Flanagan a.s Kigutei rd ihe« euiuiv. 

ThirtI ninirnsioii 

So the l.ilfei aleur'- wiipbel.t lit* ,i ■ *»l;ide A i;ood thing 
H was, h'li l.if ihi* rrHic "’.■"i \kios <»ji|)eiiMi1 in rhdenc‘* 
fd his Idle in ,1 I.'- A'. O'!- iiur ii'nt r---! i n.'iilou.d lelevisinn 

hofikup M'S jieiioirr, ,uM«’d i tliii'l dm.. -. to TX' In -^'m Hav. who had a si/zling 

addition to -..d.i .lod - ilu-.e wa Hie smell as Viigii Mud slopped only seconds In* 

aiank out liv mg i mom* I It Hm « h.ki i.i fsia-t. f"i e. put the (. ougai .s ahead 

If .iny ch.tiiipi*>n *n ir-etit veo bis gene into ,1 rmg with '•*'** tn the sei'ond p«*rio<l with 
less ih.m .Vkins imd Ihe ^dhei n: *d. inei'iful mefiuuv ha .vi«»Hief blue-line shot which 
hlutied him oui. Viii*il h.i.l oie:‘!'!g iu» punch ami mo si.*m;ich s*H»mi'd lo fJeflerd i»ast fiancis 
Ini combat, no ilnu-u un sivli- no puti**»M' He m.ive*l in As lh<* Ihhd penorl wore 
M-d f«“'te.l leihaigv im^tmnc ..wet.ng sweppiiig ••• * ' along Ihe Couparx hud an 
xion.Hl.v wiih tullaiin. ;;;; dinM.-d sivings while si.Hmg away nHier nf iheir letdown* and 
from lus alI^err.u^. Johnson liM it up wdh 

He fnughi lik«* .1 man i;.*k«-*l wiih ib.-. flu ,m>| if hrs ^ shot whicli caught Marcel 
upf.kesmen should i-onu* up with eX.iise that he w,.-. sick Pelletier by surprise. 

Mgbl*M-s often do after a j«sm pet foiTrein.s* then the ,;^rge Foi d got the winner, 
i^holP hunch ought lo n.* put in mil for n paljHible fiuud on ,he seaHon 

Ihoae who hotiphi U-kets. 

^le Pncihc t oast is rcg.i..f..| y a ami of nppo.lundy 
for f.sl Hghie.s th.-v. days i MOW t.od (oast, -nie w.,v Hie 
Oe e>h .u.;.-.| Ini* ., l.l > 

j:;::'"- r " m', . 

FnlU.y, now ,n ,lan,<> MHIe ho,,..,. “i','’ i';“ hn pnck 

Itrokrn trrmr ' Nn-h.,l.«.,„. i-- 

session at the side of the 

The new champion of »he wml.l .- .« 1/ ; Anpeteno named spokane g*wl 
Pen .foni.iM H be ha.sn i Ii d-..*ji b: :: him be o.ighr lo for vinot.* - On»i e-. •••' •'.r:.-:- . 

until Htl* m, 1 ich his .hod »bsl|o. ',on ■•.!,! t ; ai'ueved fl- .in lu-:- iu» n--»r4 xtiir l.’r*#;' 
^rrhi^r A fow A'* • uv - r U'hrfl him 

on a clmrpe .>f shooling .l|--.ws ,,i ,| ,,|v « p,, ,,r*i er*nr,. . 

mn afoul of his cai iti ir.Hfic u.. . w,-c »'•' 

ll's hlHing a ciipitle lo n, -r ,i..idin •••odd have »Smi ’' 0 *"*'^ x* 

made a bigger impre^ston if ho >> id •• .u,.*n,l t.i l.»Ke lu« Un».ai* 

bow and quiver into Hie ring, bvd ;t ajsi- tme Akii; wo.ildn'i t-m» b» *e '•’hn »«<■•'■ 
punch and .Iordan coul'toi. 11 22 

M.iking hl.s little sfuel f<w "■}• vision hef.'rr the npeniiig ,hV ii*i* 
bell, the icferee *,ii.| he wanbd .1 gmsl clean f*gb' ---I ^d > vu-'f* w.sim fra 

dressing Akir,-i •hte.'tly, remimlml him, Tbu » fnt tiu*(hanip *»,- 

lonshlp of the world" Akin* mi>l<ii«l and that w.a, tb«. only, »m ui>a it'll 

time all eveninp that «pe'd«t'irs h-id ir n to Hunk this wasn't 

a four round piidimmary in Sur::- ule t;arde > *i* iu» iB«u«k • 

The n»feiTe kept =^--oldliig Aki'' for huf*!!>.g holding and "ivn,!., n,-t vst. 
hdting low He was .>.ilt\ of 4 I) tb- v offi-ns. - ho! w i.c-n h«' rntRo rtaioo ^ .r-cm t« 

belli he didn't have to clulrii .in unwilling v|<ijm Wli.*never :■ 'i 2 «t * 

he got Itiside be would elnmp tii« • •• -• - i.> h: i* and be 

.... - - ^ • 

ft»r*** 

♦ (.rt Mfr • » 1 

* 1 t^T ‘N* *r 

13 illl 


JIun lers 
Given 
Pra iso 


K'l l-lt/efibi*i iTi fi ',*p bi , 
12 *h B"al uf toe •• got 

Hie nlher t’h;: 4 *'.- maiKei. 

Foi Hie wlin an* now 

uhiM'iil<*n in Hiuic hist ix 

g-imea hm havi* only iwn * 

I to siiow foe six nmetlngs w-tth 
I Hie Bl.irk Hawks. Brian Cullen 


fuii\ tii.o it gone m off Game insi>ector Hob .Sinclair 

a Irnrsm.-^s : ye....Ml,i> said he was ‘ veiy 

Au'tv F.sf w.T« .r»"lii.-d ^ ^ . 

with .m . 1 - n :;oHiV.VMa pleased with deer hun»e, • 

p/tjl .III,! to: ! fon Hu* l.'Hgiie OH Vanc<iuvpr Island Hi,* 

-.g u*ii wii'i .r» jr-HI.' 

,'t* ;;::C ni-i*e 1 B -i nie j(,, g.nmc Infi.irlinns 

•m!- ' I f . lon f)f the ^ down this vasnn ar.d 

die Mr., M, )t ('.,f 1 -I-- 'is. tiioie weie feWi*r buriHnp ae. 

niTMoii MW vosK I . than for several yens. 

M*r,. natoM *WO i.tlallll.-. weie 

polled on Vancouver Ishxnd. 

•I 4 re-1 ' 

He aHrlhUted the >u. , . Ss to 
■ Ihe f.u I hijr.?'-: . a(>|h-ar to '*« 
Ik-!;.*!- e'hii'«>ed in fiuniing |"*w 

>,,„t in,, enme 

l.oui'l Jcslcrs 

Ill rw^ • I , HXHXKsTir 

I l<1V' I 'btine ttiologlat p. ,f Kohitv 

J (y 'in -aid the Ifl'tS rfeei harv* -.t 

r ■*ih pi.«v’i’,g 01 , \ . 11,1 oitv i*> Isiar.d »n*l 1 * 

. i- -- II --=> <iulf Islands was beiwwn 

h, •• ipoieni ITtsKi and IS Wm, up .1 0"0 

I'l , 1 I vt., j.. Hi- ,; lit- : from lisi veil. 

|•' 1 ..| • ■: wl.e*i In s'Idliion to an increase in 

H ti.ifU’.N If":: "S' nutr.l*.>i«nfde<*rtaken.lhe,n* 

III. •• ■s.'t-i-'il j'i wii. 1 t u,,,i weighl o( I a 

I*:. le- ,;ne ..f H.c i atumiis taken reflecp*/| tno 

tr • ■-.ib-.t: .,:;g h.i«e „,||q winler ,in.l g.**.d 

h' ti ,•! .uuimef grriwing v. .»son, pb<f 

t fl- iM'n>-lici-i) <*tfe<‘l nf "ia 

• 1 I-** k» jf.ifnn dofMitmeni'* manag.^ 

I, uitti y.ist I Cited and .'1. nn Mt pfogtsm, be naid 

‘‘Thi're la no doubt tlie cr*;i 
«ra-H .Piling the last Iwn weeks 
>' N.ivendwi greatly Increased 
luiJV: ■ hm it could '■■il 
' 1 % I* i-.- led tinless Ihe deef 
wt 1 e inefi- he va 2 d. 

MiPsT Si ( < K.HSH I, 

■|:,e deer seaaon was tbs 
fT’-, • sUCrensful sifire It>n, h* 
«a"l. 

Mr. Hoidnsofi said it,# 
snaiv-i« of the deer pafvest 
conimues hut that two things 
siari'l out 

The laige numb»*r of 1'» and 
2‘ veSTold male deer taken; 
Tiie buck harvest stili rx- 
• ii.-fl .*■'*.• V'-'.s V*Kt in ceefts the anHrrlf*ss hajvesl t.y 
■ B’ “liN* league a wide margin, 
r- A* l"'’g as these sex r^'lns 

1 t..if,ie H-'iV'l bit for IP In tt'e harvest continue Iher# 
'• . ; --i-e ff.slf ’-•..ly If* ■ 1 ^ worry of over shnn'in* 

I t'r vu-'-i- (lur d«*er herds, he said 


By Grinning Champ 


Mosienko’s Penally 
I inishes Warriors 


Hair \^avs 

J 

In Warmiij) 


Ip- Hrurvr' a-im 


1 r r. n I - !i t 

In't'Vid'iids 

in an exhdu 
" hisketiiall 
Vi-'w High 


VliSkb Hk: 


fr *imk 


Hknmtsn 


jat VitSf-tU-; ^»i -r kna m 

y <i» 


*1, Referee Vein Biiffey hatuled 

p.r, s minu'ps in (kv.H'ics ji 

! t - . i.. *ea mimiles of which weie • •iNiged 
Miieoa «« Umniiieg Atio 'l—slw- 
11 • n (u-'KfHi up A mill 't i"'i 

I • 2» pii • ' di • when !••- ' f .<"1 

Wi"' Mostriiko m the iinai ^ 
jierifid ai'co.ipte.f foi all .New > 
VX'estminstet - pef»all»*s [ 


Snmikcr rca<:uc 

1,0(1 liv Tillicums 


HARLEM CLOWNS 
VICTORIA SENIORS 


l.ovvlorti Ortofii 

Tfie match was paid of »he retma F: l.i\ mcht 'elevlatnn 
•cries pib<tiin>d hy the lotci in'i tl Roxine t'Piii known 
life. Unnatel) as Ortojms, liU' 1* I* d the viewer In susiiccl 
Ihat livr IH(‘ h.t? b.'en loklns H* ‘di.i- Joo sennusl. 

|i was sll vetv well whcp J’lhi Nom- .•hf'^e Met. .pus as a 
name for one of the thnrmigh»'iisU In in ranne si.dde 1« - 
ahogosher possible tbit he e.sis octri|>u« »oo fnr fr*mr guur- 
meis consider the inky liHle crHier* very tasiv. When the 
I BT take* to matching them in the ring, however, iiXf going 
tuo far. 


*> I Sh.ib Dure” • i 

4, nmi.a* 2 i*r 'd he w« is 
‘ 'pr; Ml -i- when »*;e 

a i.impU'n w' • to tt.e *anvav 
Tilb'ums defeated Pen P-v - ,n the first r**ind 
1 2. last •■!'» to mf-' He '-id the ha’t.e pUn h,td 
ftie'r le.id m inlcr-ciub ftfiooKor tv'cn to Hang on until i*>e fifiii 
xiAr.dir.K.s. round, then lo suit movir.^ 


UoekeySeores 


TOMt.HT- .AT «.Xt r >1 
\M TOKIA lilt. II H< HIKII, GXMNA.HIf M 

«• SkM •< 

VII rolls sroenko (.rMim ut* •«. 

■OCNISO a IciRsrs 2M TiMs SI 
S4sl(« II — aikS-al* is* - laosr** *■* 
a*«»U*s^ V* Vt*l**ii #*kS*IVkH I 


smirk sv II *r.i • 

P*-' ..!«> » R - I 

#i»rr*to*ts < M»<sr»» 1 

osTsaio *fsii>» 

RwilMr* 2 dault « 

WmSanr » Kl 'T>*ti*r 1 

nrrfm<m*tr,u»« 

Mmihm; U. MrOUi *. 


/ 







RockMPunt 

J/tvi.uU ( (ti 

( ANADIAM RYE WHISKY 




t iONDON DRV’tif^ 


WtrM't Itrfttl fiHl fhittt CK«»« of 


BtllB (tflUmtil VtcMn* 

TSurtrfir D*( M. 19)1 


Frank Boucher Irked 


I mt noxers 

Finetl ^!J )00 


KO'IE (AI’i— T«o kading 
M^llsn hovm ha\^ 
rui«*d $l, 0<)0 rjM'h for •Il^cr4- 
Iv tailing io do thrir In 
a lt(|<‘ iMHit. 

1h«> iMfv- Italian mlddlr- 
M^iehl rhamplnn Halo Srnr- 
tii'liiiU and rhallrng^r Hlan- 
rarlii (iarlM-lll— ntrt for fh*> 


li hf rt«»«*an t hfir from thi* 1 nevei moughi." iaid Lm- 
pr«*si<irni. 1 ni gorng lo mane wIrK. ‘ that iny old menioj. 
aiirr that he •iue> And if ha Fiank Roiicher. \sould resort 
cannot aobsiamidte his to auch laches. But 1 don't 
and I know he can't Know what else to think after 
1 m Roiok to a‘.k Mr leader the knee mjunea to Smith and 
to susttend him ' niachuk plus the head cuts 


WINNIPEfl (c'Hi -Jack aridod, however, that In the counlr> for them 1 
Perrin. Kenera^ manager this did not moan lie was expect lum to tv business- 
of WinnijxtK Warriors, in- standing in Plk«‘'s way if man enough to make some 
timaied Tuesday night that the roach det'ided lo leave eoncessions to the club tlml 


wanted Warnor coadi All he would like to be present 
Pike, the price would come if arid when any new t*on- o- 
high. tracts were .signed. 

(ieorge ImTarh, new gen- "Toronto fans have 
eral manager of the Na- ntnde Mr. Sm.\the (Conns' 
tional H.ockey League •'^mylhe. president of Maple 
dub. met ssilh Pike in \ an- Gardensi a million woor 

couver Tue.'^day but noth- dollars by filling his rink rhih 
ing was settled. for sears." said Perrin, "If fncM 

, , , . ,u . be wants the best coach lend 

l^fs have been without 

a full-time coach sidre Im- 
lach fired Billy Rcay. 

"I can say that I expect 
the Winnipeg hockey club 
to get .some consideration 
from Toronto in their deal- 
ings with Alf. be it mater 
ial or monetary,” Perrin 
said. 


Edmonton i lyers. 

Bourh^r m.idc ln^ comment 
In reply (o a a'aienien* by 
l^ejkW'ick that QiiaUers 'ili-Uh 
I’ a'ely auuslK tu cnpplc 
^'Jyer’^ m a g,ime in 
(o»jn S.iiurday nii:hi Kl>i-i- 

won the »ne 'Pie luo 
trams play in t.idmofiiori Fri 
day nik'M 

Corrmenimg on Le^wlrk » 
a'alement that his irni-»iK- 
may result In a fine from At 
l^eader of Sraiiie. WHL preM 
dent, Boiirher swid 


viii|i|ica In the ninth 
rouiiii i'he referee k«ld he 
-•uspei'ietl “ronnhanre" hy 
the two Imsrrs. 

1 he cllM'i|dinar> riMiiinls- 
slon of the Italian Botlng 
t-ederalloh rleared the ho\ 
ers of the ‘'ronnls anre" 
rliarfe. •.aihic there wa* In 
siiffirirni proi>f. 


TONY LtSWlCK 
. . . T1 hear plenty 


GREAT Rl\ KK 

I,ength of The Mi*^siMlppi 
River, now estimated at 2..150 
milee.* conalantly chanaea be 
cau.se aand bar* change iu 
course. 


RockMount 

, JfSe 
(A\AIWA\ 


Sea-Going Horse Races 
Complete with Tote Board 


■I ••• 

c.STa«oaDissa%' oesrast 
.wrrtisn 

■I 

%KToais ( I atiso 1 1 1 a 
7*K1 NOlliT lP*i »r, r»u*. 
Miain*') "I t'l* 

ViMAtt* Curiini Cluk •ii; rw 
(|.» f.» V.' • 

a C I*’* C'. i»»l W'!*!^** 
aifft' »n U» Cll» ®f Vi»i«ri* 
Rriiuh Caluma.a a' • •• - a 
tn ’(.a rvanioi nl Sa'oirta 

4a af D»'"noa' lll> far 

'ht 

1 t*. • ti* » Dirr* • .r ip pv .. e ; .t 


Ti'i>- Will hr pan muturl 
hrtiii.jj w ''I \ m.icijinrs 

'll iiy »he Amcman 
To!e‘-\.«ioj CompaoN . w hich 

‘ r--|l|!i" 4 '! t'lf l^• 5 n|.lt |.»*e 

• TtTir V ill be od'Is 

I iKit, A>>i| a «••ci■!Jr■lln (m> 


Bv OM \K l UM.K^ 

NKU Yaf;iv '! PL II- ve 
ra* lug went i*. ; • •• •• '• 

anr| fn( M.c li.s- ii.iip iM iMe 
hl-^'oij f,f Jhr liiif A b,-i1 
race' ih'CMi't ni'Hrfj llial li.»' 
‘•fis I.S 

.*iom#. Iimc IM* r\ 1 iny 
when the S* l.tbr- 'e • I'^-.iybls 
IVl md*'"- el V •! 'l l' 

Spe^ ul I*'-: • i . i " i 

tt'e iirpMiVctneiil of itic 
$'P li plio;.;,- ,l'i ' I 

>”ii wmild IU!;noTi» <.| ih.* 

|C.>lj p f.M.Mi; W'tli All l.'iP 

ii.ippu.p' I'liwn to pen 

midiirl m.iihiru*-. 

h\ci* tMioii'h tlie iioi'Ci nr# 
siiirlly Imm trliulool. 

•KKAI." THING 

To hi.M'l p.«*; •: r»f Ml-- ‘re 

1-11. f- II • te'i he ll-r gt.'ili '-l 
Ihitu; .•-imi- Imh Tiie H«’d won 
a mate 1 i.oc from 

Rcraiise rli|> .. i.hi'i; 

r plu d'*vs;- to bootp .•ifid -..sddir- 

»rid. e\ro ni--ip oiipoil-m' priw 
mth'i, di,) ijii- 


of the "ire.k- Ro to a film number, 

snub conuininif bose». much 

like a -...fi ty deposit vault Number nine won. 

Ttie s-iull <otii.«iMs Bioups of So. as you ca" 'cc. thi* Isn't 
films for race*; of fiom seven Rreaiiy riiffeieni fiom ordinary 
to l.> horv-s M .1 (s a 12 horse 

I «. e. iighi m public view the numhe. f-u. 

o,.le.| nIi-H ...oieioer numbei -SwraT, ten. on U.r 

(our ,u M e IJho.^e bia. ket Is 

uiiliniawi. pyj Number five won 

Uieu Ihut le.e *s run oH , ,, 

ft-Tn — 

wim-.y^ i.iimbei ».s jHisird , ^ . — 

.NIranw liite. an ar(Otin<ant 
hrt.v driermmeil the iuhl-. on 1 
ti-i« v.inou.s horses arcordmu | 

10 hnw mui'h was bet on ea< h 

one fHl-U 

.lie (ln«hod on a 
bile when the 

IS nvei Ifie 

c.tme life as to how 
i-iMlId Ro piillMiB or the 

■fiX. ■ It )s wernioRlj. Irnpos. ( 
sihle The i.ut-s .u,- s<.ih-u m , j 

1 1 w'siiti Mt| . anil imboiiv . jyH| 

k‘'ow' whnh i-i-r *«■ Ml v'liM'i ! \ ••»»/ ^ 


Get acquainted wdh the Rock Mount lamily 
. . . three friendly spirits, worthy of Western 
hospitality and enjoyed throughout 
Canada. Look for the "waffie" bottles. 


All of Wiui-ii h handleil hv 

w ’ * ki"'w n • • n-e-' o 

me .• , •;■ h*'. «e . 

|(mvv |t ..jw :• : Ah s)|. k 

fl • 'd li i.i .= h fc’= sd 

h<-i*-' K««- M.f- 'h!p 

jj-.' Oil' an eigi;! i.tie pi«i 
T*'*' P-'isrs ate Riven 
fMinrs hu* a*iUfill\ \oii h,-t 
oiii\ i... Mie niiinhers whKii 

' l-e liiii .. . j t . 


fe-s jdiMirse'^ert ii not pub<-vtied w d-spb/ed by to# iiQ-a^r Ctr^ho' Bcj'O w D/ l^t Go*eMme')( of 6nti*h Coiumoit 


W Ilf hi. SPINS 

Alt': A I'-miouie heiimc 
(irn<iil. I'm ti, kel selling m"i 
• '•line, ,-lie pKhed Uis' ,T at 
the oidiiiaiv i.i-e ira«k Then 
a f-a r.-i -.p.-is a wheel 

s.i. l| ,,, ^,1,1 ..re ,i| |.ftunt> 

f.,., M»- w ltee| slops at a 


iison 


T.'iMv lAPi \l -I-' ■ R. 

weiglii ili.ifnpio" K ' 

llobll'soii W -..rhie-t ,1 ’ (,inu M|e 
Imis r-lfei We.r,i -fi.i- lu d-- 15 i i 

feTTd I;.-. Il'le ' ll.Hio ■ I'l'i' 

T‘ I , I (iMWiU -t Ml l.'-!i:J:;ll n- M S' 
euii im : '<1 .1 

The itflei I.i Im- -I • >. 

AioMoil XI ailNHl VS.I. l••l.■l•-| > >1 t-’i > 
»«v I’m -■-'••! IIRIi* pMIMli-ll-i l- K )•'" 
S>i|o|tiM e- ‘.oIoiii.-os |ii -i-i-oietl 
Tii<'s)|,i\ mi'll* s Iv-ui (i< w'-i-ti 
.spnler \\«'hi* *>1 t’lmMpn s-- 
p« i| Puiwn--^ n> eii;|M 

In Nl v\ Yoih, (|e«iipe ' •" 

fi-lll Multi-;::'!'-. *-pH 

live s.itfl "If .sttB-H fiRi-i- re\i I 
)Ci«i lie in>;'li! be tex p* ’ I 

MKh an oiti'f We ,« • I 

all off*'is ,»-'cl SlS*t'““* I 


GRAND OPENING I 


TIv' monvni vou open vour KndA nih. vou can 
Kart lakmK pn lum of all your Qtmunai fun ' 


Orl\ Kodjk fill* have ihn "Open me fir*i" uc ‘Brownie 
Surfidsli Oitihi. (.anKta in red, wlutr. blur or hU* I SI I 4'i) 


Kodak gifts say 

and save Christmas fun in pictures 

Complete camera outfits as low as $11^5 




Wry Mwilteol ■ qootkeeper 


mini Nl Kin Ills nrl 


To the rtr'.l 4A 'Wemhen* 
Jolnliiff Thia Week 


prr X|nnfh 

I nr n (nurse Indlvldnally 
fnr loll! 


Far laapiAoff «aifm/ar BrnwTiie Star* 

flex C amerj i hern ail \>-"i hnw >e-ur 

ptri.ire Will lortk — bi# and brifhl — VOU 
•nap II (.nmp.etr with fl*ihnlri»r. hu J.*?. 
tenet and fum S1R.R5 


T» iA«nf «ad lienr 3Smm cn/«r l/idri— Kodak 
SiinPt 50 Camera hai eafy-to-uae photoelertnc 
fnpewure meter, fait f>7 II lent Conplric with 
flatholder and tvw> reflr<|nrt, S9S.S0. Kodak 
Projeft/w 173. 7S 


foti>tf-M*air 3Smm rawrefl— Kodak Pony 
II ha« only one rxpfwuir trtunit In mat', and 
a built-in Kuide leilj hnw. .Ncwihread Inaditsf. 
Q ji k rone for<i«)nt U ilh bujhi, ha**eTiei, 
potart fiaihoirirr. Lm, v.cwtr .T."r“.-i47.25 


ONE YEAR FREE 

If ',*e f.iil In c'’t these results in 

Rm it<i>s 

I 'n-lerw f r ; l.t Ad'l l*-‘ i-» e<ch 
aim .$■ rin •'hes' and .'••ju tlera 
jta n 12 i-mMiiis iK-rl'.we-L'ht 
'".eiw.'ifhi 1..'^ 15 pound's 
' ? off hips a'ld waist 


WE OUABANTEC 
RESULTS! 
REGARDLESS OF 
YOUR AGE 


(»ft • I • ntlk. l’'rO'*a 
juM a««inmnvnn**n.'.*,— . 
ha .,..^1 lo <-i.ntba Ki« 
n#r - i-,, 


An'eiu a I'Hfi and l!Uh built 
fahuluus pb.' «lque IhfouRh 
, ....r-d traintnf 


lOR FKLK TKlAi 
t \I,L KV .Vfn.Vi 
Ttlll.W 


Rend the Plonle 
•lory in 


8mm r«/#r M#pirt~l*^earr «N^#«f-»iea{ 

i-r-t -j, . 'One trtnne and ’'-e Pr-^xm » M-i 

Canifra f 2 V makei ' nur fami! rr-..e*'ar 
/tr. 9.T. Kitwiih/ i ' • amera *-!amp tr'vx 
Mgbt, lampt, liUrr bnard Stfl.I 


7*^-f*/i»r 8mm tram ■ Bre«»nie M^Aje C a.m- 
era. Turret ' '3 3, frir tr.ree h.«irH M rr-ivve 
I enev re|.,.ar vnde-ar-i.e nr celephntn 
|A9 Vin Mnvie pen ec<f>f k>rmt 

hrol.ant rr.oviea up to 3 fret wide . $79.9$ 


fiMHt Arav Mi# .tfari'r Camera nfA tip*tmra 
meler—ayimsatitaily ihnwi when rapoture it 
r.orrett 3-ler.r ranfe, filter# SJJ9.S0. - 
Kodak 5hnwiime I .Xfmnc Pro- 
jector*, from SI 5G.2S / 


OT»r I ■„ e-ii a-ei ia«-aai-a< )n.i»aiei *•* 

#r«*OKe*li ina V4na,nir«» tl S* C«ir* I >tl 

ISL5 (rilSLkNMENT ST. KV o 

Hours in s.m. I«« in pm.. Evrepi 'siinday 


Af«ni Ket^ah deaien afr’ }n% 4r»n eatetr 


rn.em termi am nj>’eil to rkaefr •(t>ia»r eartre. 


Tailisq *h« atntT nl Coaodo 
to Coaodioat 


CANADIAN KODAK CO., LIMITED, Toronto 9, Ontario 

Ste Kodak s "The Ed SuUnan Show" onKBC TV'netv^ork 




LEMON 


14 BallM Cfnlonffll Victoria. B.C . Tliir*.. D«c. 11. 1«8 


Indoor Soccer Loop 
In Toronto Gardens 


VANCOrVER iCP*- -Coley Hall placed most of the from Seattle that the picture 
Hall, manager of the Vancou- blame for the decline on foot- isn l as bleak as It has been 
ver Canucks. sa>s New West hall. *■E^•er>one■a been, talking painied. 
mmsier Ro>als aien t the only ami thinking football sintx- •'There a an over all increase 
hockey league club with Iinan - 1 June,'* he said. of 2.K81 paid admissions for 

Cial tmuhlps. Lack of a “color guy" In the the Iiril 7-J league games." he 

"We re do\w^ 20 per cent on league's coast division is an- said, 
last year," says Hall. “Itut I other reason for the recession. . _ . 


U lh« T4bl«a 

r»k»laltS r»r tfet* art* IlM »**l 
tln>»i l«r fithlat ■•>4 hsntlat !•> 
l*4a* »ita •lit b* •• 

r«ll*«i thaws rafUlc 

• t4na«r4 

tooai 

A U PM 

Minor Mojor MInnr Mo)»r 

stt 4 30 ins 

TOMoaauw 

• &l It 40 7 2S 114 

Malar aalonar err*a4a. laiUst |lk 


TOKONTO (('D— Frank Thiekettle. secre- 
tary of the National Sorter league. sav« indoor 
MHoer Mill l>e played at Maple l^f Gardean here 
Ix'ginnint; Monday. Dee. ‘JH. • 

Five teams Italia. I kralnla, Olympia. White 
f^agles and I Ister 1 iiited, will eom|iete each Mon- 
tltt) night for 10 weeks. 

The teams will Im* seven-a side, four fewer than 


ArvKKtH RACK Sii tuiloac*' 
N'<('h'i4t* IM aunsv Oal IM 
Ihinota 111 poravarau lit 

Brara* I Will 110 So^Uasa ]'4 
istrrtl lit Thnii U> 1M 

BIOKTH RACP Mil* asd atiirmih 
P-.>^.'. Al-a> 114 HKhIt Bra>* 111 


e» OM Mitt Rf.tl l.ts 

S> '*•' i',Aiin-n( lllm ^pa< 
■nr 

.1,,, W t- 4A 

• Wi 1 Cl 

ie> 
M--a 

M,»'« Jimr 


«Ma 1—4 u|> 

Ma'Jkk >«* '! 


U"ma Man r'aulV''' 
Akan ran Punj«i> * k 
R.* ' A«» '*• » ‘•t 


Hall said that if the Canucks 
It will be the first 


a in -n* i n«*<i 


Tratiat IIS 
T*dd> a Lora US 


instead of regular wK-eer iMKits in the arena, 'iOO 
feet long and K5 fe<‘t wide. 


• an the club in 1JI45. 
this WHL president Al I^eader 
sai«I in a telephone mierview 


d«\' Ills dub IS head«*‘l lor 
estimated STiO.lW loss t 
w*Hson. 


IW-laUt 

14 llamiMmTr* t 
K*n' J Caa'rTn C w', • - 11 
V -in Midlands S Kat M iChA 
Hrnl iiiHlM* u 0\l >t 


Mi«« Tavi -I* M -i.'i... < 

H •• •« '• •, 

Alai las e>«rut. Iw 




GET YOUR TICKETS NOW! ROYAL, This SUN., MON 


T e If 


CHOOSE FROM 2 GRAND SYMPHONY CONCERTS 


BRI.'sBA.NK. Austtalia ' Reut- Opening Aiislr«lian batMnan 

ers» Noimikn O'Neill hit 71 Burke .stood firm al one 

lutis not nut Wednesday f<J*pnd thiovighout the d<iy. bu 

is; ung 28 runs, including one 

• wicket di-tnry over Kng ^ • 

land in the fust match of boundary . in 2.V1 minutes, 
their test jirries. Peapite a abower that fell 

ONeiM. a 2lyeflrnld New a* Burke made the winning 
.*s 4 iinh Wales star making hi» hit with an onside Aingle off 

fii^’ apiiearance In a test spin bowler Tony Lock, a big 

> match. tnoi< 113 minute.s to crowd .sifK*d soaked oiiiside 
It included the dressing rotima acclaiming 
O'Neill 


Starring 
James Milligan, 
banlone of 
Internaitonal 
Fame — you'll 
thoroughly 
enjoy Aim! 


p I’a' Tni-i-nier Oft-**' T-m Tion- I i 


* "I. Kar* % •• f ‘ n nj 

r r«' -.■,<* and u|i furl- "o 
, '.!<* ' • »’ t" *' 

A. 4lrillii».. 

M •• M»fn »' ■ ' 

Al»*« nin • S«%4rt V*h>ui lAsi*' 

I’T-i r - Tw** 1 II 4 ' 


to those who bug season 
tidr^tf to the remaining 
file concetls. 


Sis'n Rai p U >»ii AM *M*»**t inrrr- 
>• .1 ui •>» full ' 4* 

g. • -> M 

Mi-r*fa. 114 »* U V' 

f • It M -rrm.. - 

R,.l Sivn • "■ 

> - ^r. M<-rr->.>.« Pvas fS* Pr;-. • ' 

r»(.Kn'»'fA. fU*l Bt|ia I'lrah l)« T.rr-- 


PHOSF gV'2-7Ul 
SV.WP//OM' BOX OFICE 
EATOS'S. Mam Floor, House 
Furmshtngs Building 


Bi«* ' • 

A • • ' 

» A ' -ir ( i ' !• T 

U»-- 

A >■ -a.' b w-v*rn S'" 

•Bin Tl">* -t 44 


4<I* 

: Vn S'>eB. A*an|*r 8«». P>i ft| 

1 :i: PTai-Al* paarkia Pano Man- 

lt>r B<'l 

« Tribal Oan**. 0« And Cbll. OrnnH 
Wat 

\ aannman it §aa VbII*v. LArrt 
fiianL 

• PiTtnc AOm TTAnila'iMi. P>i>l 

T Coi*nl rBf»»*r*'1 I Will 

I Ortitniu TnQ> • mitir HlaDYnh 


KniNBrRHH 'Scotlandi — 
Wales heal Scotland l-O Wed- 
nesday night in the first 
under 2.1 soccer international 
between the two countries. 
The goal was scored in the 
first half. 


Ha RMtly own#d Coaoda 
a Mocl4an» flothbork aa 


l.flNnON tReuters* Re 
suits of F.nglish Footh.-tll Asso- 
elaiiTin Cup second t oimd re 
plays in the United Kingdom 
Wi*dnes4.i> : 

rb*a**lf»*lS t ('ar:n'a O"''*-! » 

wefla C“'l'*«i«t OBIiMt Bf 
Tn«f> 

Mvr.lni’nn 1 Ua-i’at T> • > 4 •In- 
a** n«*<-*4 A.- • -.a'rt' A-4 B*<>t 

Other thudtound matches. 
b!I scheduled for Jan. lU: 


Tb« TktmdarbHsf 


n-\'»ennus Jsif 
UerbeM Moll pArlayed 
an iinbriditvl lii«t for 
iiione- snd poAnr into a 
rui»ni--4i empir# uni'iue 
th < ana'han hiaion . ,\t 
one |*iml a aeri^a *11 
ndf.iit rnan'piiU* 

ti<»n- put htm in rt>m- 
inanO ■■■■t three hilhi.n 
•ffilura and aloi.»l Ka\a 
him M •’••ronr .in ('AnAdA. 
,\n AtMiiri. •.)' <A||a of • 
dvnaniic and dangerous 
pnrsnnAlit.v. 


I AVInrtn* 


Read about 
U m . . . _ 


Tilhn9 tht siorv of Conoda 
le Canodioni 


IT rotm NfsissTiNn rooir 


Jfave (l 

GOODKVM || 
for your 


Tb« OaiaaM Owb VKiorto rme 

of tha S etrrtarrg modela in (hn new Ford Sapne*. 


1(« fhotinrtiv* mnf line iwvfl. "Thimrferbwff.’* 
pr) do the kraurious intenr«rs. Rut the price 
iwvR, "Ford." M»d Galaxio savings just .sforl 
with the price. Forexampk*’ the sLindard V-8 
gives you T'bird performance on regul.ir gas. 
saves you tip to .‘>e a gaUpn, Take a Discovery 
Dnve in one of ihe«e 6- passenger heaiKiea . . . 
today at your Ford Dealer^ 


It's •aay to tead a Thunderbird Nfa 
in tho new Galaxie • • • 
the Ford-priced car 
with the Thunderbird flair 


monPRCH 


NATIONAL MOTORS (VICTORIA) LTD. 

19 YATES ST. EV 4-8174 


Thli advrrtifiement ia not publi.shed or displayed by 
the Liquor Control Board or by ihe Government of 
British Columbia. 







i 





V to Rrd Threat 


Khrushchev Claims 
Surplus A- Weapons 


WASHINGTON (CP» — | "W.e ntand lirm on the 
Prt'siHenl KiaiMihovM'r Ui*«lnc* . iv«hi and ro»pon«ibJliUo< llial 
d.iy plcdjjed tht* I'nilotJ lia\^ umlcrlikrn,' h«* dC' 

at.pw to mand firm tn com- rlarrd. 

|mny uuh tt^ aiiu*i afiain^t Tiio I’nllM .S I a I « t f.iM*n 
anv Sosi^l cntriiaL’Iimi'iu on h<m»*r («iM a pn><«K roMlfii’iii'i* 
Worlin. is n<‘i trying »i» ho "aLbaiar)' 


achtevc^l ■ miaailo with a 
range of 11.000 kilumeirea— 
about 8.700 mllea 
Th4*^e are among (he hig> 
lights of the 1‘ S jwnalor'f 
eight hour talk v^iih Khrua/i- 
ctx'v. on which Humphrey r>‘ 


WASHINGTON «AP. Pre 
mier Nikita Khrushchev claims 
thi* Soviet rmun has made so 
mwiy nuclear weapons n may 
SIMM) t»egin iliBmanttlng some- 
one weaimn. Khrushchev 
loM f»rmo< j,.iK‘ Senator Hub 


EisciilioVver 

Doubts 


HO minute converia 


week a^:" IS SO efliciet.li and 
♦ oiiHirtct fn.e megaton hydro- 
gen iHimh. equal to S.OOU.titlO 
tons t»f I'.NT. 

In nil^Mles development, he 
•mid. the Kuiuiiani have 


er m an - 

lion Tues«liiy and to state dc 

partment officials Monday. PRKSIDENT EISENHOWKR 


WASHINGTON il.Tl) ~ 
President Eisenhower *coff.>d 
Wednesday at reports that 
Itiissia had flown an atomic- 
powered plane. Hut he saw- no 
leN.^/m to doubt mat the 
Soviets had an 8.700 mile hal- 
listir mi<vMie with a five mega 
ton nuclear warhead. 

He aaid the L’ni1r«l .States 
could possibly pindurv an 
atomic plane now* that would 
ri»e a few hundred feet, hut 
*aw no point In surh a trick. 


U I II Ca a Millfe it ^ 
/iflppy . . . Hlaxtd . . , cufc-N,/ 
fiet occanonf / 

Dad I t*tt «Ui»ncM «.ih y«uf 
l•Il<ral*al• tor dinofr or • >arir ^ 
— p>on ta ib« tin* toed ond^fl 

tmtraaio esnu.r .t •‘tno*ph»r» 

Thr ap>re tUir Hoom H • 

tor tn»kiii| onr o*c*>iob 

0 r«* If on* i 

ISS.|S1d fm Wrrkdart. 
'•pa Soadkii I.MitihMat (r«a 
i: Boon W*«k4*r» anlr 


WOOD - • WOOD 


I.INM Bl *-V 

.More than lyiOOO people in 
Britain were on vvai'ing lists 
f<»r lelephiini'S iti lli'Pt. 


FREE WOOD 

Verv Small Hauling Tharges Only 

DRV Ci'lD.AK . . . ClraD . . . IV* 

3 BIG CORDS — $6.00 
2 CORDS — $5.00 

3 Days Onlv 

Day Phone: KVl! 46 it! Night Phone: 

IDEAL FUEL CO. LTD. 


SMUtr Bl VEKs \HK 
l.tM)KIN<> 1-tm 

MAMMOTH 

MARKDOWNS 

SKK PAGE 37 


IV Ml» 

< III aar ntva RoTrt 

• IS a.rSrU. rh.B. SV k-kIM 



United 


United 


ores 


McCOLL’S FAMOUS RECIPE 


NIBLETS WHOLE KERNEL 


HUNT’S CHOICE 


MALKIN’S NEW BLEND 


COFFEE 


Procter and Gamble Products 


Giant 


Lan:o 


tminhvorof 

fhesB... 


PrIcM Effective 
December 1 1. 12, 13 


Make Your Own Shrimp Cocktail with 


Altasweet Honey no. i whit, 

2-lb. rarlon 


STOCK UP WITH HOLIDAY FOODS 
AT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD FRIENDLY 
PURITY STORE! YOU WILL SAVE TIME, 
SAVE STEPS, AND SAVE MONEY TOO! 
THERE'S A PURITY STORE NEAR YOU! 


Malkin's ( hrintniaft Pack 

Ginger Wine 

bolt Ip 


12-07. fnillle 


>frl.an*n's Stuffed Man/anilla 


OLIVES 


HEINZ BABY FOOD 


Monarch, Chocolate, 

Lemon, Apple or Car- a 
amel Sponge Pudding Z 

NALLEY’S 

CUCUMBER CHIPS 


Ingprsoll 


C \I.IFOKMA CKI.ro 


PRIMK 


BETTER BUY, Whole 

MIXED NUTS 


l AUFHKMA ( KISP 


HK AN AHA.N KA.\( Y SPAKTON 


ROniN r\>lll.V M/K 

Chocolate Cake Mix 

Jl-oi. pkg - - 


4AP.VNKSK MANDARIN 


S. l'IK(i S P.ARTV CAKK The joungsicrs will lo\e ihi' 

1 package RoMn llnwi lamlly- Ihnrmighlv hefore fvostinc i*'th* 

Hlw < hof-nlale Cake MU ral'e with >Our Uvnilte h'l'lr 

I'l (tipa alfted h'thc HMgar frii^iiT g 

I'l milk t'-.n-htne r ifg -t*' 

lea^prmn \anllU v.i'-ilLi fiivide if. f.nir ..i*d 

Purr Paid •'♦•InOng <'«‘h J»dfi, :■ a dlffere*-! ...I-. 

TiM>thpirk«. %nlr,»al C nu kem pmst , r.i. K=-: 

M'X atai hitke «-ake tn ra'pe a^jimd 'ike al’etfUi*- 

J «ikxgedirei*tli>rw r-etwog'nr l <ie Innihp. k.^ lo : 

■■ round lajer pana. Cct'l «wke na* kerx to mke 


RundU* of 

1 Imuft . 


GRAnr 


Mewl fnr Sale al with Freak Meat Markelt 










and Firu(v Hulchibon. nlitor of the Virtoria Daily Times 
(Coloiii.st j)hotos by Bud Kinsman.! 


Talking nbrjut the K»()th birthday of the Colonist are (U-ll to right ) 
William Dilmour. manager of the T. I-Iiiton ('o. Ltd,, Mis. Cilnunir. 
Mrs. Hutchison, A. K. Dal Grauer, pifsident of the B.C. Kle<*tnr, 


I^nnelt. with Mrs. W. C Meams 
tiett) and Mi-s. Mauniy Humber. 


Centennial issue of Th»* r)aily Cidonisl 
is pix‘viewod b\- Premier W. A. C. 


iP)? Oailo (toloniirt. 


I00TH.BIRTHDM ED\T\OU 


A Century 
To Cf^fhrctt 


a: UASTdllTHFUtcyMk^ fltlfK 


iKjUor e*immi>M«»iii*r, Cnl. Donald 
McGugan, H, a n <i h a m (jiau^s, 
editor*in-chi'‘f o( Uie Col(mi‘»l. P'ev. 
Dr. J. L. \V. Mrlj‘an. and <arrier 
Matthews who liu*'- at PWi Credent 
Hriad. 


*'!ley extra! e.xlra!'* en«><i ('olonist 
little merchant Da\e Matthews as 
newxhovs Invaded the (a'orgian 
Lounge of the Kmpress Hotel to give 
each person presimf a copy of the 
special birthiiay edition of the 
< olonist 


Mr. and Mi's. George T. Michel! eul anniversarj’ rake 


Het'civing cofiit's are B.C 


ma'-feipiece was sampled by gue«t.s 
at the party. 


And this is the UXtth birthday cake' 
Tile most edihle edition ever put out 
l)V the Cokinist. the conffH-tioner s 


ears 


hr^riiffl n- jiihller at Ihf Km- 

Tlip sfiihMuyh n»v 

I'fi'it m iv> 'Which !*> MMhv 
ViiptOM Cirepn * t* only .V) 

jc;ir {»M 

Tl*e happj. pletvi »»f foumli-r 
,Vn'M i*'***m«'* hovciift nvi-i 
ihc Crtihi'iinp wliirh tp;irkl*‘#l 
Wllh rr|rhi*lrd ipjc*|K tit>m 
Thr pirmior ♦>! Ihc piovinco 1o 
mlnl^1f■»' of ihe ctfmn nnrt 

of thi* aimpd »erv- 

iens 

Kor the pwpet which i«- nider 
Ihnn nny nihn dml' liom ihi* 
n-.iPiMB Haihutj Ceast t»' 
Alat^kn. tl *'.»• .*:el i.ili -II 

of n .•l•nleflnl^^l wiihin a n-n 
It'lltiMl. 


«.f the rrnirnnial wa« 

lent h\ ihe Hincini; niw«l>ny 
• ■ 1 te\ , K»tt < extra, 

hcv ••Xtf*l‘" 

Anil to Colnni't r>eu .-bnv x 
XMiBfit fhtrnich the iMiiiTl 
n.mciii'" r:i. h ^.Mii-u i|ir hlMh- 

ilny ediluin of the t'olonlxl. 


One hundred '1 

witii itetimB up wiih ihe mom 
me '‘lift l«» tiri't r\pr\<*Mp on 

Vanc.tuNrr l“liitid with t’le 
('iilom’‘f piihli.'.hpi ^eth t-Ul (in.t newx of thr da> Tlie 

fun niidrr«M'« the laigp Dailj Colonixi last night <c|e 
gathptiiiB at the rentennml 

rP'eptmn. * * * 


Brigadier .lohn S. Adam (left) and his Scottish 
pioneer father have cnmbint*d to take the Colonist 
since 181)0. Representing Licutpnanf-(Jo\emnr 
Frank .M. Ross, who was grounded by fog in Van- 


cnuNr'i . Brig Adam chat - w ith Mrs. W A l,4»udnim. 
Mrs. Donald Snnth. Archtashop Harold Sexton and 
Attorney -Gcnei-al Bonner. 


Greelincs to the Golonist 


London Times. Many More 


'Wr\p Inert Ihi* imposhihl^ ’• 
Mid .'M*th ttAlion 1‘iitoniM puh* 
Imlipr "Wp *re jriving )Ou in 
fiiip singlp t\Mip uhui we mn- 
enku l‘> he s<»me nf the tv-xf 
new- Aturiee of trie jmhI cen 
till \ ' 

Monr Pi»i\ Sriin;ih x.nd 
The l»«ih Coioniei n^.j 'irn- 

liiit'l kpli liilirl \ Ii, 
l>-'.ll•«| MM t Ini- . I otiii \ ■ ]p. 
I lai;') til 'ilfiUHl llip pjf j||. 

w,« ^ »..tr>|.i«iiiiit; rhmi.-x tvnr- 
liiiiii lit ihP <i»nrmiiii)iiy. 


V\b Siibslilitle for Ihe Newspapei 


The Ttmesi of London |s icmal crlpiu.iiinn will moi'l 
■ mone new *.p4pei* W'hlHt hove won rnini'trtp «ui: = t-.-. ' 
et-ni rnniji at ulaii'iii* on the • • • 

lomh hirihriH> of The O.xily HiKk 'UMm. The Ri.ii-h 
Colnni«i. Crthinihmn, Now \S p*.imm-iri 

Other mr«.so|jex were re "... wr wmiulnt w.int In 

C . ived from new%|M|»erx large niiv< out in •‘Auur lonttmm 
nd email acmn LnudH. I.vionx in niir fpllow ‘nlit.-^f 

All BW'“t w-ixhex to The iipwv|,appi in the prnvime.'* 
pmly ('ol(tfii*l nil Ivpittirung • * * 

inn'xpai* old" riMd ihe mex. f W ftamoim puhli-hci of 
e.iKe* horn Sir Wilhnm M.ile\. H'c NpImoi 1 >mi|> ,Np« . 'ihM 
rdiior of [ he Ttmeu anil l.n '••(% t»p«i w^kps finuit to Thp 
fniT direti.ir ffenPial of the I’uly I'oloniu on thtv oc .»■ 
nmi-h Rrnndrnxtinu foiiMir- '»-iv we hire that the 

«il„n. hi’xt IhO >raiR will hr pi*»v 

‘sir William noted thr Ih’U.iiv .met iPwaieliiiB Pu me 
tUi'Mce* fmm midcpniurx to ’Did Ljidy of Hioad Street ? 


• niifiP! ■] wniilit like P» rx manacer of the Quptw. 
hint the t iingi ,11 uiolii:-. . <■! I'ht iihn ir Tpp'sr.ipli ' Ma' Wt 
ilip ppipi twntmeh Lx.immei to wi.sh vou every euceexa .»n »hi‘ 
Tl»e |i.ii'' t'olfinm On arluev mptuinot miHMttn in the hi*- 
ing its lOhfh hnihtlav." lorj of o»ir fine newspaper 


\V .1 iirfijit- ro.vn 

oper of the Peletboiouph Kx 


J. H. .Monachnn, general J, N Miirphj, pieai.lenl, .Scotia, 


Tl>ere were many aidelinc 
itOdf). at the (tally. 

Hiiyatlier .tohn S Adam, 
AfM fur the Oft-atlnn, Mid« 
familv ha« rven taking 
♦ he t'oioiMsi au.ip jieift Hia 
aivu ,luhn .s Adam, 
came fmm .seoiJand. 


h.- f.iiupi B'l'l nis hi iile ar Ah'-'lier Bue»i. MaurJr* 
ri>«-d 111 Vi-u.i' i in v.a )i fi.i<ne of 

i|ip idii' *lup .Sill'll ... w tii. M rtu'i'l wii.»e on a «lip of p*. 
hr'oiBht fhero .ti'r.iMfl t i|m- 

l|..m tl.. D‘hr, hu.l in.M.-d ^umpohe luM came up to me 
the tuvh for f-mtvw, rol.t and ui^rrxmp i line* wul thia lovely 
IrtlPf or> owned a w>>i-»e 

the rViminioo now • 1 a fi rt X . , 

r.llrrt th. "Wn.l cn.rr J*" m.d.t ~-nt»nenUl 

Umixe 

R*-' of lupk in the next liXt 
year*. ' 

"I wa« horn in Saanirh, hut f 
am not a (’anidtan ' .xaid Mr. a * * 

Mm iipii with a Blexm in h.x Kverynne at the party 
e»e '.Sow what »|o vou fhlnk ' ae^nwf fn feel a cloxe family 
of that’ What am P” leejmg to the pai»er 

AdmiMmc to ori-B ffifn Honry ( ampheil. a member 
pleiPiN p-i//ied .Mr Muheil of the hotel *uf( aald he and 
replied weh aatixfai uofi, f hia family had tuhxrrihetj to 
am a Bnll«h Columhian I the ('nlonini aime ItOfi 
wai horn or»e year before Crm We ve had hirth notipe* m 
federation |k^ narver vax and weHrllnsa 


Here aic **'me of i|ie rnu Nmu'in L |',m i»on. fen 
gt.Uulalnry mexx.-tpex itsrtvrd ei,u maiiHjrri uf iht- -..^kaiiNin 
from ('anadlan newtpaperx. .st^i Ihiuptuk. ' < tn tvptutif of 
r>, A Moni'vmi. vurpipxi the Si.u rtu¥-Mix | would like 
dent nf the Halifax Heiald. lo extend heaiiiPtt 
*'Hex| w'ixhex for a au<iex.xful h". s on*vn<ir liKiih htiih<l»i> 
anmverxarv and m.mv nwue amt wixh The ImiIj Colonixt 
yrait of xiin'fx* in the puMish every auccp^'^ 
tng Meld" . * * * 

* a ♦ A Muhnn. hu«ine«.x m-m- 

I A Hiiineil fr-ipial man a^er of the \\inni|*rK Tri- 

acer of The Guardian and hm*r. "Mj runBiatiilMr»<n>i to 
J-veoinB ratnot. fharlnite The Itailv ('oiotuKf upon reach- 
i.'wn PFt "I'onBialulalionx ing the innth muexiunr " 
re ^votir liwhh birthday." • • a 

♦ ♦ ♦ Mt* ChailoMa p Muiphy, 

Paul P«-*Mi'' •■aux puhll^er pie^utenl of The PaiL Timex* 

%t Tribune .siterbiiMwe. Jo*iinai Fort William < mt . 
p •V\e wiah that your f*n- "The lortih btithda) of The 


I (SIND THg pAfuy couoNier 

OSie THg y\/A/!?M£S>T 
PAPgSe IN THg 


AU PEST WISKES, POGO, Al,PEl?T,WALT KELLY 




Bax ' ’ ' 

L 1 

f 

1 

L_ 

_J 




V 



Call® (Tnlonlfil VielorU. B C. Tlan . D«t. 11. 19S8 


FOODS 

at SUPER-VALU 


be sure of not only the 


When you shop for your Festive Foods at SUPER-VALU you can 
FINEST QUALITY and COMPLETE VARIETY ... but low prices too! Shop SUPER-VALU 
tor all your FESTIVE FOODS and you'll be able to help out your Christmas Budget wtfh the 
savings . . . 

FAMOUS SOUTHDOWN NEW ZEALAND wAr 


Lean, Rolled, Boneless 


Ri lianro brand. pint 


\.\nOB I)E LI \E. l 


PLASTK’ El ROPE.\N 
SPORTS OQf' 

CARS OH 


WILSON’S Frozen, 2-lb. cello 


PLa\STIC TEDDY 
BEARS. i 

inflatable i 


Famous Mandarin 


PARTY FOODS 


Null*, TT. 

Roi. 


PARTY MIX 
SALTED SPANISH PEANUTS 
MIXED NUTS IV"'" 

PETITE SHORTBREAD 
COCKTAIL ONIONS 
MIDGET GHERKINS 
COMBINATION OLIVES 
SWEET MIXED PICKLES 
SOCKEYE SALMON 
RYE KING 
PREM li'oT" 

SARDINES 


SUN SWEETENED, JUICY AND FLAVORFUL 
PERFECT QUALITY AT SUPER VALU 


MrCormlrk’s, 

16 - 0 /. 


Two- 

Box 

Bundle 


Oru’iual, 

IKo/. 


< h ifitUl, 
16 - 01 :. 


On#nl 

160 Z. 


Rfur. 

24 k>x. 


STORES LOCATED AT 


FI.OKIDA. I .S.. No. 1 , ( KISP \Sl\ SN.\ri*Y 


Pnramount, 


4i>5 SIMCOE ST 
*880 FSQl IMALT RD. 


1515 PAMKIRA AVE 


( \l irnUM\. I .S.. No. 1 , KKtAl! 


ALL PRICES 
EFFECTIVE 
DEC. 11, 12 nnd 13 


King Oscar, 
N’s 


SAVE ON THESE ITEMS 
PUREX TOILET TISSUE 
RINSO SOAP Vr't.Kr 
BREEZE iV'oK 

I I lY T.uiuid 
LUA 2407 .. IOC UKP 

CORN 


< AI.IFORM.\, N’AVUU J 63’8 


E ij U 1 C E AIX.WS. 48-0/. - 

3 for 93 

EFRUIT JUICE 

.2 for 69 

RAGUS TIPS 

33 

EMEAT NAnon,M.,.. 

45 





















flower 


vrannv of the Mind 


Bv Aldoiis Iliixlev 


18 (Tnlpntfit B.C., Tkirt., Dte. U. 15SI 


ihn rrfkxet of in «oirniific diotiitftixhip fthouJd 
fjint*, anii thp mindi of child o\pithro»vn. 


(lom Si ill I he Supreme I (tine 


rrn *nd Thoy wore 


of druy«. 10 
thru *»ih)pci« «hp 

•■\f*eripnce i>f m>*»pn<** 4 iid ^ 

miiHclo* in (ranxfoim moi* ‘"*'*^*' 

failh inio po*i*i»c knowledtp. **’ '‘*' 

hums 

I’lidor a sclrnlifio dirljlor. fully 
oducatinn will rrally wnik m ih 
wiil\ Ihp roauM ihat most nu'ii uahlo. 
and Homon will ifiow up to f>r 
In my fahip of "Bras* New- Iovp ihPir «'n>*iiudp and will mortal 
Wtirld ' tho riiriaiota woro ahlo novor dioam of re^olullon. to iw> 

to onfiiir# thoir aulhorOs hy Thoio »oom« to on soml it la i 
manipulaiing the bodiof of roaaon w hy a Ihotouphly ovor < 


Fitwliifii la monaivd. and 
odiicaiion for froodom la ur 
(lOMlIy nrodod Bui so ara 
many olnrr Ihines for ox' 
amplo aortal nrsanl/aiion for 
fioodom. hirth conlml for fit‘P’ 
dom. ircislaiion for frrrdom 


li IK only loo PMdrni ih»i, 
in pr«M'iiir iha prnhlrm of over- 
oitr-irM'/-il|oii 15 alm" 5 i as haiH 
lo 5 oKp as ihr ptoolcm of 
ntorpopulrttmn In Ifttfl r.t-i's 
wr know wh.tl otifihi In ho 
done, hot in nnihpr rasr haw* 
wp hPOM able, as yet. to a<'t 
plfpi'iiv’ply upon our knowl- 
Pdgr 

At Ihis poini, wp lind ftui- 
spIvpk ronfroninl hy a vn y 
disqiiiPiine qupRiirm Dn wp 
ri'allv sM 5 h lo an uftnn otii 
know IrdRp'' Dru ‘5 a majorlt> ol 
Hip populalinn think ii worth 
w'IiiIp to lakp a ennd dp-i; ol 
irouhlr in oidor to halt and if 
pi#s*.|hlp, rpvpi sp ilip run Pill 
diiti lowaiils iiiiaiiiarian itm 
trot of pviM-ylhint" 

l*ro fjtrtir I m na*' 

and 


:i IS cover 
the bright 


ALOtit S HI Xl.KY 

. . sftnip siill hp|ip\e 


piohirm o! ovn-oigam/anon Hip I’niiPd Siairs 

1% naidl.s |P 5 « (iif/iriih than to AmPii.a la ihr piophetir iii, 

(ind a <.oloiinn In Hip piohlpm * 1 *^ '^•**'* tiihart mdu 5 

nf n.iiiiial ii’souk'ps and in- It'ial world a* il wi|| hr a few 
nrating numlHi* now ipppm* public 

II a p*iliH. al axiom »nai opinion pnlln have rcvpalod that 
(tower follows proppiiy. Bur *u actual majnniy of sounc 

II :i. .1 .1 -.i^ioiii al f.i’n ihai ppoplp in ihwr teens, fhr voters 
I*'** rnean'^ n[ prodiieliort are of lomoirow h.i'.p no laiih in 
fast iv-ominR the mnnojtohs- demociaiie insiiiurions. scp no 

III pioppilt of hig bu.smesK ohjpr-lion lo (he 'cnsotshlp of 
• id tug giivcinmeril Ttieie unpopulai ideas do not helieve 
|oie if Mill hrhevr in *lemor- lhat poveinment of the people 

make aitanaementa to 
di-ii .hit’)- |MK|ii*ity as wnlely. 


Taste the refreshing difference 
in this sparkling smooth 

extra light licer — bright beer 
For free home delivery 

phone 2-ti8;V2. 4-4179. 


This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Government of British Columbia. 

tirvi wiCT.) 


i‘ i tii'i to piifu'iple 11 IS a gioal pnvn 
■ .iiutil.iies 1(1 pi. nine .i« u‘*‘eMl 

fcpPMdiMC hi'itoiy li.is rei>e.riedlj .shown 
n aniMiint right In vole, hy iKnf is 
r elpi lion no anlee of lihertv . ’I'hei 
to pip fotp. if voii wish lo avolrttflr 
•loiiing to ^|ln|•^h^p h> .p|phii»riip break 
lonai pi 0(1 up modern « 4 i»'tPiv's v^hI ma 
non.M'n<o* clinic like |•nl|p^■liv♦’s into self- 
'•r.tiic pm- govruning voluntarily roop 
ei.Vii«g gmii|i 5 . <'n|tab|e of 
b'Vislaiinn funriiunirig ouiside uie ttiiieau- 
ri;iilr sy.sipms nf hig busine.'«s 
anrl hig go^ernmenl 


.Siu-h pteveniivp 
imchi do some gf*od; hut If ihe 
giiMi impnsnnal forms now 
muianrig fmednm cntitimip to 
gH'her momptiiuni they r.ii* 
noi dn much good for mm\ 

long ruder the Trirmn-.- 

Ihrus* of ai ('elei •nine over 
p«i|iniarinn and ifnip.i^uig over 
o»canizaHon and h\ mero« of 
e'er more rffpriivn metlmds 
nf mind manipiilaiinn. ihe 
dnmocrai iPs w Hi c iiancp their 
naMire; the quaint old forms 

rlerrmns. (larhamenfs, sti 
preme emiris and all ilie rest 
- will remain. The undeilyiiig 
aiihsiariep will tw* a new kind 
of non violent iniahiai lamsm. 

Rvthtrp Hirlhnilp 

What IS lo he tlorir** Ob 
Moiiviy WI* WItil all ji.tv 

Kible spi-ed. n*ilum thi* bmlt 
ta'p lo ihe pomi wtwie il does 
not exr-ped Ibe de.sih laio 

At the same r»mp ue niuvt 
Wi'h all pnssihlf* spotwt i., 
create fond pioduelioii. we 
miiR| insiihiie and ini|ii<*nipni 
a world wide pf.in v lot ,00 
aeiving oui soils .ind mu 
fores?- we musl di-vn|.t|i pi 
Heal KiibMihiips prefri.tbK 
less dangiTO" and less i.ipioi^ 
eshauvrihle than iir..-. r,^. f„, 
nui piesenl IneK ind iMuie 
htishanrIiMg our d v .nillii.*; m 
Kmiimsof easilv .it,iil,ih|e ntm 
ei.i's we nti*«» 0' ;k mu ;.rw 
and oof Inoetf.ll^ .iiniMiiils Itu 
evliaelmg Ihr.i- ,i.,.im hum 
emr (tooiei .pid |MSI|( ; 
the p«t(ilP 5 ( ni 5 > of ,t|l |x.|.,£ 

w^lfnr. 

Bill all lh|a. lieC'O- . |(, iy|y 
U almoHi iMliniioh e.» i< i 5,ud 
Ihau done It m.iv be Hi., I ,f, 
lime a (ii.o>niii anxwri i,» all 
these qiiesiim.s t.u, tu> foimd 
Bui m how iToe II lime’ In -,,iv 
flUp tH iween iMimaii immbeis 
•nd naliual res..- ; r, 
ag.*ni>.| 

.a M firxm w an «• X 1^ M « 


Wh/11 will th* (uia 
wani n*kt' 


Hundreds of women taste-tested 
completely new, completely 
different 'Mayflower Margarine 
and the great majority of them agreed: 
''You can't tell the difference between 
Mayflower and the high-priced spread/' 


•‘■pp'''if 


Rend about 
it in . . 


B€ MtnttOiRATED 


Tailing lh« itorv of Conodo 
to Conadiaiu 


At last! The taste that’s 
been missing in margarine 


has real natural taste 


TRY THIS TASTC TEST FOR YOURSELF! Spread ■ piece of toaat with 

completely new. completely different Mayflower and another with the 
*’high*pnr«J'' ipread. Taste them both. See if you don’t aifree with hundreda 
of other houaewivee who couldn’t tell the difference between Mayflower and 
the "high'pnced" spread. 


Like the 70^ spread, 
Mayflower is sold only 
under refrigeration. 
Look for it in the 
refrigerated counter at 
your grocer’s today! 


B r HIIJtRFNN VI. W TfVT 

I rii5 any xiandard • wnl •■•bie c^n be mrri 

|| indoorK or miidoo? - Kids pU> in it hv the hour 

I rt r TKNTs 

S Si'c '.'i x7* Top ijiuhty hoai Mil drill 
p .MeUiteri anean blur> 


TRY MAYFLOWER ARY WAY YOU LIKC-on fwah bread, on muffim or on 
hot vegetablea. The anawer ia always the aame^Mayflowtr haa tfaa taato 
that’a been miaaing in margarine— reaJ natural taate! 


YOU’LL FIND MAYFLOWER SUPERIOR IN MANY WAYS. It givea your 
family the tame nounahing quality all year rour>d. It itaya freah longer. It 
apraada imoother and easier. 

SO WHY P^Y 7Sr EVER AGAIN for a table ipread, when you can enjoy 
Mayflowef'a real natural taate for ao much lam. 


k ...I h« II • 
I' ' •« S^UI 

f»« ■•••«• r»«i* 


JEUNE BROS. 






Vnvvs Kffot-tive Thursday, Friday, Saturday, l>ecember U, 12, 13 


McColl'a. 24-ot jar 


Holiday Needs 

DINNER NAPKINS 
FESTIVE TABLE COVERS r 
GIFT WRAP 
CHRISTMAS CARDS 
WESTON CAPRI ^ 
MIDGET GHERKINS 
CHRISTIE'S RITZ „ 


Ouce your neiKhlmrhooc! 

Shup-lla-sy and Tom-Boy store 
uHi have a fine selection of o\en- 
ready turkeys. The neights will 
be from 6 p<mnds to SO j»ounds. 
and at low cmn|»etiti>e prices. 
VancouNer Island, jjoiernment- 
graded birds will lie featured and 
the qualit) jruaranfeed. 


It cards- 


Queen Charlotfe 
tin 


SprinKhill 


MIXED NUTS 


Fresh Daily 


PLUM PUDDING 

77 


Uoaltl> AsMtrtmcnl — .No rraniiU 


INSTANT 

COFFEE 


BREAD 

2'"31 


Needier’* Ttp Top 


Check Our Assortment of 
Old Country Fancy Tinned 


CHOCOLATES 


IC-oa. 

ioave* 


BISCUITS 

REYNOLDS WRAP 
PAPER TOWELS 
BROWN RICE 
SAGE or THYME 
WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE 
CHILI SAUCE 

*2.95 COCKTAIL SHRIMPS 
70 c SARDINES 

ioc SMOKED OYSTERS 
COFFEE — 

I e ■■ ^ tne «r Rraular fSriod 

IKq] PEAS and CARROTS 

PLUM PUDDINGS z* 

lb 69 ' Japanese Mandarin 


Bak«>d for Shop-Kaay and 
Tom-Boy Stores! 


Baking Needs 


IS” heavy duty, 
for your turkey 


Flour 
Almonds 
Walnut Pieces 
Pineapple Rings 
Mixed Peel 
Almond Paste 
Shortening 

ICE CREAM 
STUFFED OLIVES 


FRUIT CAKE 

or 

CHERRY CAKE 


fi\t: rosk 

2.V)b. 


Ht'OT“You will r»eie<1 
»on>e of Iheae 


l»KI,TA— See the Turkey 
I)rr«alnf reetpe rminaed 


16-nc. pkt. 


MAUtIVR— Till 


AiMutrles* 
i*olora I 


ROBINSON'H— 

pkt. 


Poptilnr Brands 


IIKIN/— 
iS-ot. hnitle 


( KIHCO— 
found pkt 


riX>VERl>AF 

Ua 


m>;STON'S Kl( H D.AKK 


Full of fruit 
S-lb. cake 


(iiiaranlerd lean and lender 
tirade “.A” ... 


Bone remo\ed. 
Cirade "A” .. 


Bl KVS’— 

t'ryoiae wrapped. Ih. 


Ijile Howea, 
Iftoa. carton 


I ’.8. Imported. 
fre«h. eriap. creea 


I Ji. Imported 
Hmall. ■ofki | 

head* I 


Bwirrs— 

Freali made dally. IK 


KHOP-KASV STORKS 
2187 f)ak Bay A\rnur 
1021 Hiltnidf .^venuf 
230 Cook Strofl 
.V) Bumaidf 

Rityal Oak Tom-Boy Store 
Gibaoii'a Tom-Boy Store 
at Sooke 


SHOP-EASY and TOM-BOY 
Stores will have a good varl- 
oty of Chkktns, Ducks, Goes#, 
Fancy SauMge and Smtked 
Meats for tM fosttva soasont 




THtOMHA 


The Courtroom Parade 


fiatllt dfllontrt VietorU. I.C., D#€. It. 1K8 


Driver Who I led Jailed 30 Days 

J 

A 30-day )all arnirncc tor Hf had pkadrd guilly to vrlupt^l over the licence num valued at about Sl.'iO (lurn Tuo youlh.v H<-ie lined $15 
leaving the scene ol an ac charges Tuesday Coui i>er o| the vehltle involveil. It tuo cit> aloies encfi in city t'omi sunn llws 

eidenl was handed down by '**'* *** collided with belonged to John J Mntihcws, Auus»**d, who had a irimi pleaded guilty to iMong minorh 


another car Nov. 29 on Gov , also of 66l*B«‘tMH«n 


niy poliee court yesterday to a third charge, of taking a Magudraie Hall gave two 
Marty Tapanlnen. Ml Beacon car without conseni of the concurrent six month aert- 

Accused was also fined $25 i osvnrr. waa di»mis.vd on ap- ' tences to James Mohr. lO.i 

or five days In Jail, for drtv i phcHllon of prosecutor T P Gorge, who earlier piended 

Ing without a lirenc*. lOGrady. when confusion de- guilty to theft of clothing 


Magi.siraie Hall gave two 


nal recur d, admitted taking a m jKi.isessuon of liquoi They 


the Hudson* bay Companj of Menzn^s, and Dennis 
store, and two shirt* valuni M Ooulomhe, 20 R('.\. 


Holed Fish boa t 
In for Repairs 

A North Vancouver fish , rock unill I.sland Tug and 
packer went on the way* at Go's Anna Gore and 

Point H..IK. Shtpj.rd Tuns.l« ‘ h.ntplnn r,.,hM h.j. 

. , u > I . ^ollow^ng exploration by 


I at $7 95 each Irom O. H. Dor 
1 man Ltd. ^ 

Cuun was told accuKed put 

the coal on. then hi* own ‘'|‘'VlaI xg| dill 
over top of it and left the |-| . . 

store The shirts weie lucked nf(*Ofnni^ndP(l 
, under hl» coal, and dirtcovcreil 
when he was questioned tm Finance commitiee will 
, the Hireet Monday by a police recommend that cifv couni-lJ 
conMable ... 


HK.NRV ORMISTON ROBB 
, . . c«»urieK> itnser 

* * * 


lor n» to a huge hole in 


r . punc Tc n a packer. w»» 

driving siiow’sinrro last Fri *hored up and pump* pul 
dav nlehl elSMid M. .she COUld t»e t«. 

and lowed to poii 

The Itaifooi Norking struck * 

on Dock Island near Sidney, 
in near /erii visihlity caii.sing 
damage esiimaieil.af $7 omi, 

NnrKmg had ab*»ul .iH inn.s 
of herring in hei h'Od at the 
time. She lemained fast on the 


SELL... HOME 


extension phone 
is a thoughtful 
Christmas gift 


f " TURN TO 
I TELMAC 


< I.A.SSIMKD 
ADVKKTISING 


. - make a grant of $21 50 lo 
iillU Goodwill KnieipiiM's the cost 
r of five city jM'rmUs for clenri 
5 lal work on the pirmises 
s *Tiiey are saving iis 
S monev." said Maviu I'ciiy 
-5-^H»H«h. ‘They have lakcn 


tt gives $0 much pleasure. Saves so many 
steps. Shows you searched for a really different 
gift — one that's exciting as well as useful. 
And It's so easy to give an extension phone! 
Tree installation. Only $1 20 a month, even 
less m some communities. Just phone the 
Telephone Company and ask for “Gift Phones". 


' " 

BEAI TIFI I. THINTiS NEED NOT ^ 
; BE (OSTLY 

■ — — -- Depend on May 

HAYWARD’S CHAPEL 

734 BROl GHTON — KV S-3fil4 
f Bruce M- Leyden, .Manager: Hayw-ard Family, Directors 

1 Inoreaised Supervised Parkini; j 

' ^^ia*wiii^ I M la ii ■! II I III I .f 


His Record Clean 
For Four Decades 


ire AuTOManeauv om tmc 

■OMs er •« rimee 
leau tv-Mm ee veue maLToe 


FBOM 

BE TO PUIE 


PtfiMi ric« tvtry tima- 

plump, tendof karnals— 
irfl|r and daficiona I kiaal as a ea^atabla— 

daliciout in catsafoiaa, salads and desserts 
No o4har etea ao ^17 str good I 




AMOTMin OILICIOUS 


LAMOl 


AND NOW 
FAMILY 
Size ¥ 


FOODS KITCHCNS 


A man wh«> ha'^ Lmtii driving 
cars lur mine years than tliC' 
piiiicf^mAn' who xioppi'd him 
ha« b**en living 1 * fhiii vtceks 
candidate foi "cmirte«ty 
driver.” 

Henry Ormiston Hohb. 2 .‘bki 
Gookman. .siaried driving more 
(h»n 42 years ago. lie hav yet 
to icceive « .summon* lor a 
molor vehicle offonic. bui Ihal 
I* noi why he wax xeUnicd n*'’ 
enily hy 611 k Hay ladne. 

Wilhoul hiA knowledge, the , 
con«t.vble followed him for a 
coii>.idcrablc di’-iafue along 
(’.ulhoro Bay Knad during 
wliti'h time Mr Rohh wa* olt- 
siTVed 10 xiop iwi«e to yield 
|i» pedesinaiis t>n all oi- 
<'a*ion*. and when making 
lurn*. Mr Rohh kepi to pro|>er 
Apeed limitx and made dear 
Aignal*. with hanti and lights. , 

Mr Robb will reiiMve licketx 
In a home game of the Victoria | 
('ougapi and later on. a I'ertifi ^ 
cate signed by the chief of 
p«ilice aa pari of IhLx cam- 
paign In prnmoie and encour ' 
age aafe •driving through 
nmiriesy on the alreets Ynd 
highway* 

.Such driver* are M*le<ied “in 
action" hy polh-e of the four 
Greater Victoria miiniclpaliiiex. ' 
('n-o|ieraling with them are 
Woodward Store* iVleioriail 
I Lid.. Fripidaire Ltd . The Vic- i 
tona Hockey Club and The ! 
Dally Colonial. | 

, I 

Residents Seek 

Bi" TV .Vienna 

I V'u'torla-Saanich beaches and 
; parks committee has received 
I a requesi from neveral re.si 
deni* of Kingsbury Creacenl 
I for permission to ereci a W 
foot master irlevi.ston antenna 
' nn Mount Tolmie, to overcome 
partial bloi'king off of rerep- 
lion hv the hill. 


FIRST CLASS 
FROM AUSTRALIA! 


IMU. 

WINES AND BRANDY i 


Emu 999 Tawny Port ^ 

Specially molured and 
blended. th» distinqumhed ^ 
dessert wme has won 1 
4 InlerrKJtiono! Gold j 
Medal Awords. It is 
vmloqed from the juice of 
corefully selected ripe j 
qropes. When ot vmtaqe 
lime the correct degree 
of sweetness is reached, 
i1 IS fortified with pure 
brondy. Yeors of motunng 
give It ihot distinctive 
fksvour which delights the 
connoisseur. 

IF YOU PREFER A . 
MUSCAT FLAVOUR ^ 
WE SUGGEST 
EMU 444 WHITE PORT^ 


Trfta* Raq'H 

THi^ ADVfrnsmon' b hot puaunHai o* or-ri atcd st the i lonoa 
coNTaoL aoAao o# thb oovfJ'Nmeht or witi>h coluiabi* 




Here's the perfect bright beverage for ell your 
holiday arvtartamlng . . . 

A friandly modem drink that will bring compliments 
gelore, whether you serve H alone ae a light 
rafraahmant — wKh your own faverlta Chriatmas 
cake— or aa tha Idaal eompaniofv to your 
faativa maaia. 

it b« rfghti it b« IlghtI it b« mod«rnl 

Maka wall chiliad B.C. Sparkling Cldar tha kay to faativa antartaining 

Tius NwrhMaeat a aet v ^ u a la yN N Fa (jpar Caatrd leartf ar bn Fa (aaaraawat F FrMi *rr4iig 






Gifts From the 


Bargain Basement 


Svhool Fire Jiuiuest Starts 


f lailii lolmUt. 21 

' Thiirs 4 «v. D«c. n, t«SI 


EATON'S Suggests 


Canadians 
To Stay (h'er 


OnAUA (Cl’j — Caji«- 
diM ir«Mi{>% ^rvlnc Mtth 
NATO fiiri'cs lit 
(irrmany mUI hr rotatrd 
r\rr> thrrr >*^11% Invlcibl of 


n^’vrr hapitm 4 Rain " 

Mt< L’lVItd Nfaffiola 

-■•n Jnwph. 1 <>. WAS 

lo?ii m Ihr fur 


two, starllnit In lhi» f ■ «.r 


»it Oi»i Jwidy Of Ihr Angi'If sri'mrd lu ^((teAk for ail th>>S(> 

liiHiI wlurb burnwl nine who lost ■ rhlldron in Ihr firr 

'liivt ago at A ■ of V2 lK^'^ hrr hopr that it 

lUown irtld enronrr Walter will Iw the last of li« kind 
MiHaiion thru* w.i, no fVi “Ai i niotiin f Juki hope 
diMin* of ,i; bill when Me ant| pi.iv tnat it wiU never. 

• t.lon .tcKe.l Vou h-tveiule., ^ v v.,«, v„ 

oot ,11 -on Bi.iwn replied P; 

U. h.ive not rilleij nyl 

Wi* r><-> Mr 

iirilU ue J 

with an inveHiigaiion I \ | I I VJ ■ 

1 rt in tUn A-b<iut >V IJ ■ I * ^ ■ 

l*»e slAflefl. sperifi >H I I I 


y«-*‘terdA>. 

TIte three-teur r>clr. an 
amiy •tlalemnii Mid. will 
rwMilt In a suhAlanUAl *■>- 
In* III lrAAK|Hir1lni: tr<Mi|»K. 


KRISHNA VK.NTA 

. . . among dead 


Gift-Pretty Rayon Panties 

<'! •• — .Oil vt,. 1 rit'^ — 

m small, nwtlmm and 
U'ge size^ Ra>nn 


Rebels Blamed | i li J | ^ 

In Sect Blast | of Fine Leather Goods I k 


CHATSWttRTH t aaf -M 
-Two di'-gi •inliei! iMifr.- 
merniwt . n( ; ijiiou* .. ;: 'i 
rull were nAtneil b\ 
Wedne%4lav nigh* =- *iie :■ 
who d>::aa.itrd ifie 
lieAdqiiAf *ei « Killi' c .....e 
po*>Mti\ in 

The d; rifet- 
In *»u\e died ir *.' • i.-. ^-t 

1 hev ■■ V . ' * . . j 


T-. 0 / Jhe hld«| e4rl> 
iP»da> ''’••‘■ided two rhti ftx 
And I!-:? rul' - heAcdlvl. 

• »iM <u>j{sivleii 

will, railed himself ij 


WALLETS AND 
BILLFOLDS 


I Women’s Cosy Slippers 


| ''>narf twotniie Ir 
telK With fui trifw 

I ividded ••-! r,:- 

1 hl.e-h nr bii'W • in antes 4 1 
Dollnr [>At. 


• • • apM.AKiMK in pretty pas 
d headed vamp Soft «n|e« and 
i: • 'Od. Cl earn. 4 AA 


\ I'll.' ‘ . 

Hide H>id Alligator 


• 'll Mirlii'i and 
t.ifM- reenrdmr- 

' tape recorder 


Pic^k.i Mnroi'eo. Calfskin 
AliigAio. ii-'f-irh Leathers 

*195 *1095 


.^iomiKraiMnte<t and (tlft Bnxed 

Free 


Teeners’ Stretchie Socks 

,'i\.oK wet.ome, «nft *p'i- ^>lon stretch m pastel 


Flannelette 


. ummirc 
said the 


J? ^ 

^Z';^ ti k. i Pretty floi 


Arsenic 

Foil 11(1 
In Body 


floral paiierrvs on 

I plain ground* . . Umg 

f sleeve >.'>le with hut if m 
front M.-*hum Ur;;.- ^nd 
J • ••• in this group 

I 9 5 nn 


■ ! V - ...| iho) vv 
to hike Care of their 
I" iiin; (iWM wa>.' 


1 Smart Boxed Jewellery 

2 fhetty nei klel and earrim' sett facminie j^ifts for 

H all the women on your h-.i I'omfortaMi' 4 AA 
* clipon enrilm>> Rrilliani« xr mlnurod 1 |||| 

2 stmies in rriptal hate Ihdlar l>sy, 3 *ei* laUU 


problem* |*/ 

(‘timmi.i. T* 


Imported 


Cowhide, Moro«'co. Pigskin 
and All Popular Sijles 

$495 $AA5)5 


r>«inlt briKkit* b* 4 f 1 »a And »«Mn »>»- 

bins b«f< in inia muOi-coieiM. 

bibtli •n* tiivvf bJiri 4 nd (Am 


• m »s m «B 1 4 Ml s« M 

Infants' Slippers 

Pjnk .»nd blue leather 

h««l 'He alipiiers with 


K.imenoff, on hi* tape, <aid 
Kiishna had seiraraicrl him 
frurn hi* wife and child bv 
p*v-!iadmB her to *iay lit 
Ala-K.n, wheie the cult i* rs 
latdjxhing a rolofiy 

‘‘itmmin* said VenM and 

*'f the tn*'ii wa« *roM ncn 

I";.’ Uic dfOl of Him cull S 
•'••■•d'|iiaitri> an h"pr b«‘for«' 
the c\p|r.i;..j, 

.Moic th.iii "V) |M 9 *iiiic were 
‘ "’r nc m the huifding the 
Iff 1 1 of them rhildfiMi 


PKMIAM Knglan.l 'flM' 
The tiriid "f .'vmiI#iii| Vanl'- 
rnme Uiboiatory told 
All Kiurc couil martial \es 
leiday he found ar*ciuc m alt 
Hie organs taken fti.m the 
hrtdy of a woman ai!t}-i-dh 
tvhjumeit b> her master vsj.* 
eaiii hu.*h<ind 

rtefeiu-, rounsrl I'apt .Seii 
Ka-i in iiirrali’oed (o rrjf.p ('•< 
a mistiial m the maitial 
of ,Sf Sc». Marcu* M. Mar- 
rnoMi of I lohu- V illr .\C M" 
gif'iMilS the ar«-"n:r lal'o! ... a 
tviMlc pr^idurivl M' ano'ii. • 
Wi'iu'ss pi r io-tn'r'd Iti^' 

Ka-dan nU-v .vg-jct wiii, 
m.m ; ••ii-ind Yetd e*jh :i |»* 
l ew I* Nirkolla, that Hie liver 
Nirkolls esamiited w.i* not 
finm Hu* bo<ty of Mr*. Mary- 
monr, 

.M.iivmoni fa*r^ . p«. - ;h!r 

death «ef|len<c for h:-. Wife 

death la*l .lor.r 

He also IS i har B<-d w iifi com 
miMinc adtilierv wiitt Ml 
(‘vnihia layloi jt wh.. v. 
evpeiled tn mftlte an e.ifl- jp 
peaiMiii.' at Die !iial. 


Boys' Slocks * 

Smartiv taiinroil ra\oi. 
gahaidine drea* slaVk* * 
with self hrlt. four j»o«'k- *■ 
el* and zipper . Icing 
f»re\ hlur hrown 

Ir. sizes fi to Kt A AA a 

Z'- 2.00 ! 


Mofiogrammed and Gift Roietl 
Kre« 


ties and white fur trim. 
.Soft soles and padded 
heel* Size* 7 to jn ,n 

2.00 


d SCHOOL 
d BINDERS 


Cowboy Gumboots 

Shiny hUrk rubtvr with 
red Him and i. i tin. ^ 
motif Colton ii-^^ po 
wiMi without ,sh. • , 

5 to . . croup A AA 

I,., 2.00 


All nylon ankle socks 
With turn down ctjff*. 
Knghah rthknlt pattern 
in assorted plain shades. 
KM •. I z e * 8 '* to 11 . 
Dollar Day, 


Girls* Blouses 


Beautiful imported manmire 
sei*. .etiing fQOft 

from w 


*' Sanfoi izrd ■■ «■ o t t n 
hniadclnlti hlfiisj.. «i\|i 
With lound ••lU.M, 

. ind huiion fro;. 

Hsinly emhi. ider- Vrir 

rr"'’- 1.01 


Kanwtus .lonm.i«ji 


CLOTHES BRUSH 


Win an Award’ says *15 
TV Actress « 


Children's Slacks 

Sturdy Si.ernoCib and 
CiTv flannel slack* 
‘.tyled with comfi.i :-:.le 
boxer wni*f «nd 'wo 
Tiromy |)ocket«. Sizi*s .1 
fi m croup. 

Dollar Itay. 


With si'tasot*. nail file and 
comb in zipper top. fine 9^05 
leather rase ONLY *0 


Boys' Slippers 

Tan colour pig lex leather 
mopca«ma with Indian 
head on vamp Turned 
collar With tab fK.rii 
Waim lining <f>f* • 
and padded heel- i.-. | 

to r. in group. A AA 

2.00 


Snow Suits 

> piece V-.- . . , cotton 
jMipiln *nnw suits with 
q'lili lining, zipper front 
ndiuslahle si 1 a p« on 
i - A gffid F AA 


SHOE POLISH 
SETS 


Baby Sleapers 

Twopie.y* sleepers with 
V *ni fj. . lining Pull 
n\r, i.ip Pastel '.!>.ide 


A hejiiiiful selection of writing 
ca.se* in 1 «iZ 4 *s. 


cases 


or bmw?: with ..».;,a*ling trim barrel A A 
hullnn fn.nt <|o«inc 2 p^ kels Size* 1 to fi A || 
in group Dollar I»a\. each UaV 

H m MI cK M as w w m wB «a M an M Mb sa m M m 

**o**"N*l Spreads 

Oj^^-s. ^ AU' 4 r*i»» n*br, 4 

l» n' • - ' = 

^fSigm ’.'t* f 44 i*i M< 

m fbnuhle Re<! p A 

5.0 

Terry Bath Towels 

■Jtiese are ehisved a* sub- 
standard* hut flaws are 
very alight. Choose 
gieen. blue, yellow ur 
pink * I I i pe s. on 
while hai'kground. *^i/e 
about 2 :^x 44 . 4 AA 

]^QQ 


Kata R**d who ha* won awnrda il 
herwil for her ouUlandmg tele- 
V m*:in wfrL ae a drimatM' at treaa ^ 
WMornihumHiitK about a him ;uat iT 
etplatued U> her 'Kxerv mulonat 
•n Canada will vole for the mag- Ti/ 
loin film in ‘ I’reatntve ’ Anii- vT 
t- re«>re nnie (hev know alwmi (he 7 A 
i..'ni>lele pruleclton p>b it d«»e».’ **{y 
wiiilrsnle Bv «ital ing every metal 01 
niut rtibiter aitrfai^ in the oHiling ?g 
bVMlcm of ■ tar it g'vea the t>eet ^ 
pnteitiun pi***blfl againal rust 9 I 
nmi rnrriHuun You can he air* ^ 
tli.tl I now bave"l‘re«tt<ne" Brand ^ 
Anil Kreeve in mv < ar ' 1 ] 

itnljr ' f're»t»»ne” Anii-Kreet* ^ 
gi\«'« eomptrtf proleriit»n— ^ 
■tgnmal frcMt, foanung. i logging. 
ruatnndj-orr<Mt<in Thal'abwaiiae va 
mo!v tht* iMWt aaliing anti freer* 
hits magnetic film' Make *«ir* 
v*“i gel ' Prestone" Anli Kmer* *a 
iilentihed by ih* tireen Tag 
Dial Will tte altaclted t«> vnnr (if 
r uii.tlur mil > y a 


GIDBnied and ^lonogrmmmed 
Free 


Munngrammed f ree 


Plastic Cloths 

PreM\ plasMe table cloth*. 
In c|e;»r ni u p a i| u e 
gfuiirdv with floral de 
“ Plain i!!oped 


Fact Cloths 

Terry face cloth*, size 
about 13 x 12 Classed as 
lubftandard (*hoose 
w-hite. green blue -. ellow 
or p tik. Dnliar fba.*. 


Too Towels 

CnMon *erry tea towel* 
xize IS *27 While 
grou'wls with gay stupes, 
inng.-d etlgec Choose 
*x-\t-i.i| :.t Hill jnw pruv 

“■ 2 1 00 

W Ml m MS MB 1 W M M 9 w 


In b)>miiiful t.uxon Hide iwtute 
washable )eaiher‘. I’eiaonalized 
a* >mi wish 


Famous Flonriie shop bags A 
quality shopping hag at a small 
pTioe 

$495 $A 95 


om h ' ' 1* h 1 

' limid arid U-p-il ^ 

Wliiih III* -..::ii -i-riiiil (■ •’— • 

real ellci iivcu;' 

Ml U tIkCI , ; r 1 ,1 |.,M 

Mid Mu* C••^ ' I <ls ||<>' 

)l he*.| |l wa* ii'd * mu (<i| , 

years, luii 'if I t—; * 1 - d 
nothing < »M rrifii ; r;ii- ». 

nie.isun . i-i ii 

piuvmre*. Mi W*lk<i -.ml 
■\N'e wan*e<l '•■ ; : • ;iw 
house in m;;;-; Tt'c;: ti 

ptnvinees ean wnik out thr 
nun hill." 


We Maintain a romplete Repair Department 


JOHNSON 

LEATHER GOODS LTD 


Plain and fancy pallcmpd rotfon sport 
fhirt.s .Smart collar trtylc, tv*o pockelv 
Sizrx small. mi*dium and O AA 
lar^c Dollar IHy. ^arh b*UU 

Moo's FlaonotoHo Shirts ^ 

Fanc\ >'e<k patterned da-*kin 
shirt' well made with neat mllar 
two porketi*. and long gleeve* ^ize' 

.... 2.00 ^ 


'J BRITISH LEATHER GOODS ZT 

n n;| [H)1 TiI..^S RTItKKT — Tompr DoiieIa. and View PHONK KV 2-66.^2 ^ 


h Men’s Ties 

^ A gotxl *ei<*rfion of plain and 
^ fanry-jiattemod ties. So amart j 
k <r>d (nshionnhle 4 AA v 

^ Dollar l)a>. each I *UU ^ 

^ Mes's Briefs and Vests 

^ Cnmfnrtah!* wrl| nif hr.efa of combed 


Fancy Food Baskets 

Luscious Food Gifts 


EATON'S 


V A \ r Of V ::n <T' 

Premier Be'mcif i 

In give evidence befme i... 
rn>at rnmmi -inn nn puhiic 
pnwei. in hi.* role 4s mini«*cr 
nf finance if oihei gM-.ci--' 
meni financial expeii* 
anawer quesiton* put to iheii*. 

Pr fJord'm Rhfum rh*.- 
man of the romnrt* inti made 
the staiemetit Tuesdai 


Men’s Cardigans 


Ahray* welcome the gift nf f<Mid' ta>( M be 
a Iw*iie4 nf gourmet delight*, delirtnii* frulta 
and voeeta fmen the foar I'trrner* of the globe, 
riiooae fnnd gifta fmm KA TWIN'S Ht»*le<»* hh<t|». 
nr fruit haaket* from RATON'S Fnilt Depart- 
n»enl . >mir gift will he re<eive<t with 
appre« iaUun. 


^ wrll mf hr.efa of combed 

• T>ttr»n. e! " iH^rt* Im leg* vnd • _i*l 
band Afh5c-=i;- s'vle ve*ta .Size* 
medium and Large. A 4 AA 

2,„,1.00 


Vt rml arid rotton Wend • irdl 
with nmelTs kmt fr...,!' p' 
Two pnrkera button front. 
Size* IR to 44 • 

fb.llar i>a^ j, 


ina *t>|ed 
in b*fk* 


Max’s White 
Shirts — Subs 


Fancy Fruit Baskets 


Mm's Quilltd 
Jackats 


A C!f ^X' client 'afcic 
a'ert i..r i,’hr**ima* La 


1 2.00,. ,10.00 

Fancy Food Baskets 


M*'’d wearing rtrit zip 
i«-i .1 14. ; . I' ..;.\e 

green. i* i i ,• i . .„^ng 

":r- = - .it l.„ 4,t.lp,| 

• fv ,'h 


SlipplNg or lrritafifi9? 

0«.« I b* Mittamiwd *T I OHM taia* 
S*-'h ailpi.iai drvc>(>u:c *jr *ut>*iir,( 

• r. Vu.; 4*t tAlk .e Ju»t 

a ‘il# * lUU* rAmtlTTM en wr 

S' ^ Thia w«wa*Bt p»v4«r dve* • 
r» .4rMM« •»«> >f AiSded t- ..luct 

• ■hi 4 #r.irilT *v hoirtinc r'awa Bior* 

nr»ui» *toanmm* tnrwy t«*tv i 4 «t« 

*r iMiirtg {(4 (fliallna -i>on-«riei 

OM f AATKgril M *av arua Muaier. 


Dollar 

Da*. 


Ordpr Now for l>rli\er} at ChriMmaA-timp! 


r.ATON 


^ — ||o«te^ ^hup Main Unor. 

and FrulU, torwer Main H«a»r 


rx ?^T9N c 



** I 


HHb y T 

r 'Ekk 


4 








« Naming ov-rr tl>* rr»l of 
thi!i |Higr. nnr Ihinks- how 
m«-o to bp gtvrp d iyj>owr»pr 
or • mink niolt*. but how 


drv.iK(aimg to havo to buy 


blp<sod to givp than to ro- 
•Ti\o. hut »l » also far mnip 
isn't It? Novor 
mtitd vvp 4t K-itnn’* hH%«» 
ot>p or two aniAit waxs to 
tmikp Kivtng «is painlps* 

aiKi tltp<« wp ahow 

bt'low. 


/ With 

V more 


Here we show just a very few of the glamorous, exciting gifts you’ll find for 
your favourite people! Everyone loves to receive an EATON gift . , . they 
are always more interesting, more beautiful and more appt'aling than any 
other gift under the tree! You’ll find gift* that will make everyone 
exclaim that you're the Best Santa Ever! 


Iktwn — 

I {■ NfilrMt' 

l;\ •» !lii ti U. Dll Ih.H’ KM 

K.l ti'l’. Jiii'iW* ■■ {'l.in. wtiii a 

in ilriiAri ruivmpnt •' 
ni.tko \«nn :i sri'iul 

il<' li >x-i : till ( >n .1 - 


,1 U'Hiti ' A 


Al’rt Srnii ■. • •« 

m*' H* «p(<wtd frtpi .1^ tiMV 
ja 10 rn»*ntti« or —maP'' 

W (1<*|>)M'ilinu »nvin thr t'** il 
.imiMini htidifPtPd 


Music Goes ’Round Christmas Glow 


His Den 
**Weatherman 


Eiquisite Silver 


j... ... . .•!» ."»»r 

St;;; bixiod 

• nit r®*ti «>' 

. ... . , Pnr 


CASHI 


ii The b‘ • 
■« i»i»n » 


89.95 


47.95 


45.00 


L««U]*t CirriiT^ Ci.«. '»rh % 


43.95 


r«c*», 


Fi»r SmatkT .\rimmils 
.stppi*'**..' ' •"! ' ♦' bu . . 


}, ... $|'t(iip' I • 

W..IV- of huflci ' ’ R 
thf--' I'tlP' - liiv*!!’'' 

I'.-iiiMii.. M. K P V o I V . ' X 

( .istli \S'ith Bvnl,:**i <’<»ii- 
ji. ymi |*iiii!;-f 'i.i'iilv 
Ki;;! nf.iiiUMin^^ «'a' I- t»i ■'•k 
I. .•iPtu-p ?l't nr f*. 

ri< |s-ntl!T k Itu' ntimbri nf 
ttiUlnit'" • -irwl ^ii'l 

Ifsl* ! !*r . T' Ilka 

I -‘M I’.iwnt nt fill tlir »«>•■> % 


Christmas Cut Up Ohhh, It's a Glider! Nursery Steed 


r ; i.ufcl- 

cri... rt.-nnwy 

pi» »«lBr *■; 

• »nbl ppo* hntv • to 


* o\«T • 


39.95 


46.95 u. 79.00 


Earn 


T.tknnd dM-and Tlaai H.mm 
Taralahtar* Vaitdiiij 


•narUai (tia^l. M.ln I laar 
Ha«M TvMiP.hlni* a«ildia« 


27.50 


26.98 


• iM.tinf riaad. M«>« Tlaar 

Moa.* l.iM.hinta ft«tldlti 4 


^t\ Tiiufs \ mir '|i»iM*y 


iaJ I‘flfi f »•< a »>• 

I I f 1 III «»l »l‘l ' I ^ • 'll 

. .1. ?. V I • u ish 
I'.l.'t. M.M'ilh 


Fit for a Princess 


Traveller's Friend 


Mi IN • ha! V'' “0 

hps iiiKi ammtrv. 

. =1 l■«•f»l^*l.l In i».iy 

\ <HI 

til of • -'O 

III' iiHtfru-pi -.iiu 

w» \ inji ■ I iilii bv 

A f|"W I ft.i\nifnl 
IP hi, I •‘,»iP ,1 • 


!■*' • p'inr*** «iMWl ba thr 
•afi* V. ba«ul 

■•>1 cpiiribib. nit. "biu: 
=11*1. !■»’ 

qwM • ‘I I.' f' • ’ I- »'T t. •' 
lir. or.* at hr' r'-J.., 


tl> 


■ tilu. C*il 


72.50 


26 50 


rari' 


f.Tlsad baraad fMai MaaM 


< barcTP If. I’fpaap 

I >1.1 I • : • . 


r f~. .. C* 

.. fripi!i'4l 
• h-it 
■hojiping 
i II I I at 


w I'b 

'I ... .-;} «14V 

it.j- j/w r<»T« 

ii'p 

- ‘ N» iM lakp 

Mill •iiO[ifmig. 


tZcttJNTS ItltOKWlOII 


HliPrr. oh Whrr»- 


. UiP lanf word In rin* 1« 
•n » %TO> <.m <prnn. »U*. 
iy%ailaMp tn an> dprwniMrw 
tion from ?.'• mrH* up «-««• 
h»- Pb' Kancp4 fiu n*pf> ban 
db«p fn mny F.ATffN niorp 
•rrna* < ■wai|« 4«k any 
aai.^ Inrk 






i 1 

at. 


I •■-Lgr 1 id 










Answer from 

Santa 

T»ir •. t 

‘ •• anil 

« 

Hr • « 

1 

f • 

T»pir» '»» 

119.50 

41 ill i» •• « 

Ma»a ri<Mbt 





daw 





■i 



S;- 

- , 


3 



















( 

Island forecast, cloudy 
with showers 

(Uetalla oa page 1) | 


(EHTABI.1HHRD UAA4 

Telephone— EV 3-41 1 1 

11-30 p.m. to & a.m.\ 

arculallon EVM725 — Sports EV37000 
1 f>lltorlal EV 3-UOO or E\* 3^6309 


^0. 1_101hI year 

VU.TORIA, 

BRITISH (.01.1 MBIA, THIRSDAY, DECKMBKR 11, 19.58 

SECOM) NEWS SECTION 



BONMR FmAnnwRW 
l>ewdn<‘y 

antii'ipatton . » • 


Jl'DY MaoTORMAC 
376:3 Waiif»c Place 
rapi aii^niion . . . 


BRYAN' PRICE 
149 OhviT 
rtimination • , • 


BOB McWHlRTKR 
2672 Shalhourne 
oonoeniraiion . « • 


BRUCE FRASER 
2169 RMver 
supplteatiMi . . . 


MICHAEL Sn^ART 
1247 Rudltn 
application . , • 


GRETHF HENSEN 
IW) Homer 
with rietcrrninalion 


Boys 

Get 

Chance 


NANAI M O — Theft of 
hla«llnc rap* l**<l •« proha' 
tion lerm<* l<ir two 1l >ear- 
old here. .Iu\eiille court 
JilflKe Lionel Beevor-PoM* 
imprxted tertn« of 12 and l>) 
mnnlha on the offenden. 


xplosion 
} ictims 


Ka.<t woik h> 14 year old 
Ralph OuKta()u>n 1221 John 
iMtn. |ir*t rncht hHf»ed save lh« 
hwie nf a neichb«*t Mohan 
fnngh Bah»<, wt»en file broke 
out in the hs>emi*ni 

Ralph waa dome hi« home 
uork ahniii 7.30 pm. uhrn he 
heard a noi«e he ihoueht waa 
ram. Me looked out the win- 
dow and «aw a glovv. ran out 
aide and «aw flame* ahooilne 
from the cellar do*ir of 1217 
Johnnon. whit'h wa« empty at 
the lime. 

Ciiy firemen ad police an 
awcrtvl hi* alarm and llmiied 
file rtanince lo a mnttie** and 
part nf a pile of .•Miwdii'd The 
fUe I* tietieved lo have been 
caused by faulty wiring- 


Exam Studies On in Earnest 

Vlcloria ('olleue sludonis bore down on studies on 
eve of today’s and tomoiTow’* fall term nxamma- 
tions for 8fi5 students in eeneral and rollcRe of 
ediu-atinn first and s»H*ond year rourses. Candid 
ahots of ronfvntralinK rollegtans were taken by 
Colonist pholojjraphcr Jim Ryan in college library 


yesterday. 


(ttoernmcnl lh|iior nlorca 
will he i-toM'd all dav l«Mla\ 
hcc«u<M> nf municipal poll 
Inc. 

Beer parlom. cNM-klall Hara 
and dInloK tminge^ may lie 
opened after the p«»lla cloae 
at S p m. 


osive 


nurse Mrs. D. Marchant, and Allan Bosma. 11, Til 
r»oldstream. on right, suffered serious injune* at 
Ijingford 'hiesday when single blasting cap ex- 
ploded. Luckily, box of caps nearby was not 
detonated by blast.— (Colonist photos.) 


Two teen-age btiys lay silent in 5?l. Joseph's Hospital 
yesterday, eyes and hands bandage-covered, faces 
and arms f>wk-marked— wordless warnings of the 
danger ever-present in explosives. Herbert 
MrWilllam. 1 1. of ni l ('.oldslream, at left with head 


No Blank 
Ballots 
Please! 


i round the Island 


CAMPBELL RIVER The CHKMAIM’B Telegram* LADYSMITH — C.uc«i him at bla*Hn« T 
t'chuk 2" will be operated from Queen EU/*beih Acting «pcakei at Ihe ChamhiT of lake a definite ej 
bv the htghwav rtepanment Prtme .Minister Hownrd Green, meeting here wa.s Mi Gillespie wj 

h..,w«'n C.mph,ll Rlv... .nd Ur„lon.m.(;ovPn,or Fr.,,k j p I.l.nd --...on.l dJM 

emer- Rom and I'lemier tA A t . . , 

Bennett were nonong c^on- i'“^adona| rmisuliani for phiM^’wder ..r ra 

called tor a new graluiaiinn* ler-eived here by the community program NOT 

Mr and Mr*, t'hns'opher htanrh of Ihe ediu.aiinn de Moat pt>oj»le m 
B uckmaster on their diamond 
addition wedding anmveraary. 


CAMPBELL RIVER Los* 
of a htime hf Itre ha* 
prompii'd Qu.idM Inland rate 
|>A>ei'k‘ at>*M'iaitnn to start a 

liie piotection district emhrar Quadra Island on an 
mg the siniihcrn end of Qua genry” h«*i* while new ten 
dfii l>Und fmm t**pe Mudge der* are 
.iiul WiwllJiaski Cove to Henoi ferry mntract. 
finv Ttie Urhuk hay a capacity 

II will he m#»deMed on the nf 70 passenger* in 
C.imi'heil River fire depatl lo freight *pace and will b« The message fmm the 
men* nn*l fire chief Os«*ar run by i»#iry Thompson, pie* Queen wa* signed by her 

■kipper of the ‘'Victory private secretary. 

The Btickmasier* were m*r 
rted 60 vear* ago in t'algary 
For many years he operated 
a dairy farm near Duncan be 
fore retiring her# about 
E. r year# ac<» 

k^per at * * i 

Inn golf 

LADYSMITH - The l.ady 
amitb dlainci boat owners ao- 

diicnnlinued Short ff fJI’f* l.htb 


pariment. stump m ruck woik are not 

He suid 2N1 rstmmunilie* *n latTtiliai with Hie stuff and 

.hf proMn... .r. h,,ng 

* need. What s lell over they 

hy Ihe btan.-h. *0 on Vancou- p,„ ■r*mewhere the 

ver Island. ha<>emeni or an old Mhed 

Purpose of rerieaiional con- 'Propeily paraed. blaxting 
suIlaniA I* to have *m hanil remain faiilv coiiatant. 

prnfi'sMonal help for <om Bui powder deierlorale* *tr 
JO munitie* selling up recrea- Vum in about .10 days. From 
tional programs he said then on H t* eKiremety sensi 

Thi* also in« hide* a "s* bed tive and ex'temely danger 

ule of giant' foi such work. ou< 

r.IFKV PREfAITION 

' I m a professurnal. and 
have Used explosives for 
years even back wl*en I was 
a logger 1 stilt don t Bust 
Victoria Short Wnve C'lub etplosives lA'Iien we blast 
w-iil hitld •!-> annual auction every possible piet-suUun i* 
of equipment Friday at K pm. taken and we «ul) duu'i trust 
in the ciuhh»»u*»e at 2Sni) Foul the stuff. 

Hay Road AH ham* and ra 
dm exfienmentera are invited 

rilEMAINl'S H I^ to attend 
Rnggs. ' former BC. Puwer 
commiaamn general manager. CHILLIM'Al'K 

will he guesi speaker at the thur < bapman. 19. of Rnacdale Air. Gillespie nopet 
Cbemainus-Crofton and diainrt will appear in polu-e court here sinrt measures 
Chamber of ( ommerre dinner Monday lor ptehminary hear through the 
meeting Dec 16 The meeting mg nf a charge of m*irdrr in need he ma 
will ba op#n to lh« public ol connection with the thntgun to lighten all contiola over 11 
7.45. death of hia brother Dct 17. espiviaivet. 


Tenders 


Ttiiilin of «’.im|>b**ll River will en 

tw an aitvlsei. 2" wtiieh ha# been on the run 

A • .if the distrb I will for Ihe past eight year* 

he m.ule In gel the omipenr Two tender* it»ceived earlier 
of 60 per < cnt of Ihe resident*, were ruled nol art'eptahlo. 

The appiovni is necessary e * * 

uo'lcr prouncMl lecislation be QrALRT M BEACH 

fmc Ihe servi.'e can be ob (-..rfield grsvns 
•'••*’‘“1 Qualiiiim Beach 

Desiroved h> fiie was the luffered multiple frac | 

linnie of Ml and Mrs Arthur juj(»n une leg when a tree he 
Ciandcnnmg «if Mermi Bay moving off Ihe snow-oov- sociation haa 

An *»le»e|cie fire irwk and a jinks rolled over on tho regular meeting* until there 

huikei hiigade pmveil hrIpleKs upppfiry eurfai’O. crushing hi# la aomeihing definite to advise 
to fight the hl.»/e memberahtp regarding Ihe 

* * a I a * * new boat hasm. 

TXJFINO Al Faitel alMuil NANAIMO Dave Block .‘secretary J J. Garoy will 
111 Ml L»ng Beach an employee wav reelected president of aifvlse Ihe membership when 
I of Mu«keieei Mines. Bedwell the Nanaimo Chapter Ri' the next meeting will be held 
River wo* brought bv h«Mii to tiovernmenl Employees' As ....... 


Teetders U> be o|irnrd Dec. 
3.1 have been called f*>r the 
Kallmotn mlllwork for tshv- 
ermnent House, the provin- 
cial public work* depart 
ment oaid yeaterday. 


Game, $580 in Loot 

Taken by Sportsmen 


Auction hrifloy 


Don't Forget 
Sally Ann! 


••V4'h.il s grupg to ttappen PORT ALBF RNT Hunteis sp*u ismen Into the IfiO nrtO arr* 
then If f'lmeooc unfamiliar during the rwem scavm I'eik area < % 

with p'jwder or rap* find* If ^11 d**ei gtouw 7.'H fish The majoriiy of people wera 
A tiny tap mtghi be enough to "jnd v>hO worth of company cr* operative and hone#!, but w# 

Robert Ar- •**’ 0 off ' e'luipmeni from .'sprnai l..ake deplore the babita of a lew" 

that logging division of MacMillan Items taken from Kpi'rat 
intr'idurert A Bloedet L'd according to a l.ake dlvlaion irvcluded ohovei#, 

legislature if repoii from the rompony. a choker tarpaulins saw 

tw taken soon A sf«>ke«man said during the chain* fire extinguisher* gas 

weekend* of the •eason, cans, lb# COfflpan> *poKC»m*ll 

I4J0 cOlT* uanaported 2,198 aaid. 


Salvaiiun Army Chnsima* 
kciile* will be on Victoria 
•Ireets toilav and eveiv week 

day until Dn- 24. *<ritied S'* "the colapse of a — — 

1^*1 year coniributions to .^mali bridge" 

Ihe keiue* bought \s ham * * a Carol Toitr$ Soon 

per* for needy families a* writ 

a* food and clothing for the DI'NCAN -Council here Christmas Carols performed 
children, and more than l.OOO will i-nnsKler a gram to the by Salvation Army banda will 
‘'aunahine bag*' for abut ins local Ctrl Guide A.sa<v laiion m visit rwsidential sectiona of 
throughout Ih# Victoria ar#a. Ueu of a uu exemption. tha aty. atarung Doe. Uv 





24 B«i(y (£o(cmi0l VictorU. B.C., Tlin , D«e. ll, 1958 


The Ihird reunion of Si 
John AmbtiUnce Cadets wax 
held rerenijy at headquarlera 
wttn SIX charter members 
(Jtesent. Miss Mat June iiibbs. 
Mis, Louive (ireeii. nit* iten 
nett; Mrs. Lenorc Law, nee 
Perry, Mrs. Lsa Barr, nee' 
Jllquetiran, Mix» Joy Spencer, 
and Mrs. Kathleen Maki. iier 
Lowry and 75 members pre- 
sent a)lu£elhrr. 


Pairliui Perry, Kloience A1 
and .Mai«;atet la'ndrutn 
and Ubela and ptuidanis to 
SUs% J^hin Aiidi'i.oon, caiiei 
oflicer. 

•Mis M K Sampson, fns* 
cmlet supiM intemfent and nm\ 
area officer, wns ptesenli'<l 
with a Miax Maijoiie 

Gibh.x. a fortr\er cadet Re 
fre.xhments were by 

the auxiliar>' under <*unvener 
ship of Mrs. A. H. Cook. 


hv Ann Landers 


Oesr Ann: After 10 years is lo tell, not his and 

of marriace we’re Having our he should lespcvl jour wishes, 
first baby. My husband is so The woman who breaks the 
thrilled he wants 


president 


lo phone news the moment she 


I don’t want the news out beint* jH*sined by fhends and 
until 1 .MUST make the an- relali\t*o tm-ause it seems lo 
nmu, cement. He a nagymg me them .i> if she’s been pregnant 
for j>erml.xs»on to tell onl> his iwn >r.*rs The trlie giiHUlnK 
momer My moihrrinlaw is "Ate \ou .STILl. on de<‘k?" is 
a fme woman, hut shea ihe all t«i«i f.iinihiii and >t can 
one jrerxon in the wtuld who gei on a worn. in* nrive« Tins 
r.ifi keep a seciei goin;.' tli.ii is the penajf) fui announcing 
K Im standing pat Am I ('ni eui>. 
aelfi-Nh? Plea-se tell me KON Tell .•our hush.ind lo keep 
* * * hla lip zipped until YOC are 

How nice that ynur husband leady lo make the announce- 
is .so Ihniied but the aeciet ineni 


and ex cadnis responded Mr C 

lo the roll call the gue: 

I.^ilers were received from meeting 
such far away places as Dait- 
moulh, NS.: Ihmhold. Al 
heria; Deep Riser and Toi 
onto. Ont . Kiilmal, Surrey 
and VaniHruver H.t* 

(luring the evening, solus 
were sung by Cadet Margaret 
Magee av'compameil by Fian* 
ces Magee. 

Mrs. K. J. Harwood, area 
superintendent, presented me- 


Switzerland 

“CABAN A’^ 


Monten's .kiixIMary to 
Ihe \>teranH' Hospital 

COLOSSAL SALE 

CHRISTMAS 
HOME lAKINQ 

rbrotMM ( Mho* kna eitadii»|i 
•h«ftbf*aa Mln'rmra t 

i#Mairi »i v«i bina« 

NATIONAL MOTORS 
SHOWROOMS 
TATES ST. 

nr*. t?«b. flurltnc at II am 


To Ke IVIorried Dee. 27 


First rnilcd (’hurrh will bn the srnm» of Iho rpre- 
mony which will unilt* Miss ('arol Kmilje Antlnrson, 
only dauKhli'r of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Antl«'‘rsi>n, 
RH .No. 2. Victoria and .Mr. (7ar>' Alfred Jones, 
youniiest son of Mr. and Mrs, (J. H. Jimcs of .Milnes 
1-tndinc, R ('. Tlic wcddlnR will take place on 
Dec l’ 7 at 7 p.m. with Rev. A. I. Higgins officiating. 
— (Photo by Jus-Rite, I 


fl'ni Ann l^ander^ I am 

only I ) hui 1 r-outd pa^a tor IK 

w-ilh no liDiioIe I innl h<-lp 

fiom >iiu to get mj mouu'i 
. , . ... So youj- moiiier won t bu\ 

I.. .r»„ m,. 1 1.T1 l.kf A j„„ 

Ctiminal. ng.m iie^' Vou srouml like a 

1 had a dale with a t>ei- JmikUuI 
fecily tiiCr guy i.isl mgdl <tnu Umi- tip iif lev-i smrIK like 
we went to a leal gone piare a Miueuii'i and ‘J lo am ia 
to (Jaiire. ’lime got away Inan muih I'to tale lu be checking 
us ami I arrived home at If k) 
a m .My mother met us on 
the porch. She was like a 
crazy woman, yelling, and 
showing no tesja’ci lor ihe 
bleeping neighhom. 

She nappr-nerl m ve me 
Ihiow away a ngaietie a.s 1 
got out of the ear and this 
really corked her off tShe 
dido I know 1 .smoke a lltile » 

1 had one small ntp a( nty hoy 
friend’s beer *1 don t even like 
111 and she raised Ihe tool by t*ehuving m a way that In 
about my drinking Kpires confidenee 

She’s unicMMinahle and havlor you de-wiitM- would 
mean Now she s.i>s 1 can t give any mother the Mieam 
go out for iwo wiTks The mg mecmie>« The ptoblom is 
Homecoming Dance is next with YOU not her Take your 
^■^lday and I'll have to miss punishment then turn over a 
It. Please, oh please, help me I new vohime. 


Answer in the paj»er my 
moihi'f Wont buy me damps. 
AtUSKD - - 


A .supcih hiciid of w<ki1 
and art silk 
lic.ih’d in ilcsigt.s 
j.* native lo amieni 

Kg\pl ^ 


Season’s Greetings to Ail 

Holiday Time 


(iHT LENGTHS 


P'frt f Ift ^our prre obi he ipodrd 

b*<fl'i*e 0/ lOi( Of broken oh-ov* 

cort-v a $paff p«if. Far prompt len re coif 
or either of obr (hO officer, located lor your 
:ontenience 


LoiscLon 5 ilft 


Your Fabric Centre (n Mclorta 


iiy (VnicnnUI Cnmfl Chinch 
w.i^ the Midiing of a receni 
(Q wedding when .Maillyn K. 

UicbAidsnn became the bnde 
of David K Timms KCN 
Rev Douglas Can (vr 
fiiimed the double ring ceie 
mony for Ihe daughter '*f Mr. 
TK K. Riclumlwin. Jnii 

Ihe be M,idi|<M'k Aventie. Vi.isi. .iml 

the w)U of Mr. .intl Mis. T. 
Timms of Durii an. 11 (' 

ihvei. 'll) maiiluge hy h«'r 
father, the bride was iiMi.irlive 
in a blue nylon chiffon g"wn. 
her shoulder length vni cis- 
ending from a blue siudde<l 
cotonei .■she r.imed re«l rose- 
buds Aiiil white carn.vtioMs and 
w<iie A nei klaci* of dunieoie 
And while we le on Ihe sub Tiie hndes aMendnnt. Miss 
)ci 1 . would )ou ask tlie l•ersld|Me I>urbn, w>iie a bat- 

Poweis That lie why ihe tele lerina lengili ilics^ i»f mauve 
phone o|i-'iatois who aie cm nv Ion net wnh mii'clmig head- 
plnverl hv piiv.iie Imiis in P'eee .*the c,lMie«| p.ile yellow 
‘Hiiahly get |>la«ed m the *’hi v s.mihemiims and pink 

il.tfkesl mtf,i foKOken f».iH m’^huds 

•1 the nmlding? We i.mdv get ^ 
pinpe, irhets. and often uc 

get le>-. pav lhaii im.sl olfi. r nt Ihr home 

employees Dist ;t .si RD U 

^ was fiiop*»s4Vl by Ml F. W. 

K'll’oii 

Fot A hniM‘ymoon iiip in the 
.Mairiliiod. the new ,Mi* Tmvms 
eh'Oiged intn a two piece An- 
gina vv<H»l .<1111 topped with a 


grev tout a tiny blue fca 
thei.nl h;ii and accessories' 

On ihr^r murn the couple 
will reside hi Vu'luuj. 


Ale«ilnil Arta BiiHdlnf 
and 1105 Pandora Ava. 


tS.1 Yarrow Building 
825 Fort Street 


Phone KV2-kl24 


1453 Douglas Str»N*t 


Urvdth of Fro 


To learn how lo k.-ep you. 
hn\ ft lend in line witha«it 
h»-ing him. send for Ann 
LtMiiefs’ new IWKikIci “N'erk 
mg .trill Pct,iing And How 
F.»r To tio enclosing wiih 

.\ 0 U 1 |ri|Ue>l ;*tl ceiils in coin 
.Old .1 l.irgi- -.elf addtekxed 
stamiRui envelope 

• Ann t<aodei« will be glad 
In help you with your prob- 
lems. .'.eon ihi*in In her in 
■ "e of this newsti.»per en 
closing a slampeit, srdfad 
ilressod envelo|s' < 

r.niht itM ri*li a>. *•... «■« luf 


FROM 


ELMIRA Onl -U - N>\v 
rules calling fot .sti«peo«ion 
fmni clas«e.< of chionu- In.if 
er< and t|ou»*ie maker* ' -hn* 
a'moM ehmi'ialen ih-ise pmb- 
lems from Eimiia I>isiriei 
High School s.iid piincifial H 
P Disbiowe He told the 
a hrvil bnaid the pol.ry adop» 
erl recently pitutucerl ’excel- 
lent reiuJta ’ 


ANTIQUES 


All reiiijilnlng abn-k of 
\ o r ni ■ Mui nmiaM an 
(U|iirb now on sale at the 
Treasure Hnuse. liriK Fort 
street, at half price . . . 
Beaiitifiil French and 
Kngllsii fornlttire. ctifna. 
bran*, ropper, etc., are in 
eluded In thU last wonder 
fill sale. 


compliments 


cha>st aticunfj mi'ifc<f 


TO DELIGHT 

HER FEMININE 
HEART ON 

CHRISTMAS MORNING 


Mdke her hohrlay mprry 
and hriRht with one of 
oiir heavenly rob« . . . 
They'nLsnch delightfully 
pretty rhiII-<*haM*m . . , 
made of xoft. warm fab* 
rirk for real lounging 
luxury on Chnatmiu 
morning and all thrr)ugh 
w inter. 


•ifuojum 
hj/ Ferrano 
btark luede 
black potent *■ 


HOUSECOATS 


OPEN FRIDAYS TILL 9 P.M 


Full or duster length in wool*, quilled saUiks, n>lonx nr rottona 
three-quarter-lengTh xlervex. $4 ^wr» 

Sizex 10 to 2Ti I O 


Ingled 


LOUNGING SETS 


708 VIEW STREET — AT DOUGLAS 


yuilfed rollon or satin tops with \elveteer. 
aatin or matehing quilted aUcka 12-lH. Het 


Where Your Fa.ahion Dollar Rnngx Greater Siatisfartion 


74i Valea Kt. “ alto Vancouver 







Secret 

Smile 

Justified 


Bdilq Ctolonidt Vktom. I.C.,n«rt.,0w. 11. 19SS 25 ’ 


^KRESGE’S 


ERSONAL 


NFW HAVEN. Conn. <AP» 
- Mona Uaa waa preKnam. an 
KnRliih mMlical juthurtty 
Mtya 


Kurther rraervaliun# hav» bwn by th** womi*i» a 

commiltt'f in charge of the ieative Chriatmax ilance Saiurtlay 
al (ha MuaN ^lieel Art ((allFry. 


MEN'S LEATHER 


waa 


Dr. Kenneth D. K<*ele of 
A.ahford Huspliai, MnlfUeaeit 
told a Yale audience Tuesday 
hr think* Leonardo da Vind 
was trying to portray the 
pregnant stale of woman in 
his painting. 

Keele suggested da Vinci 
had a mother figuie in mind 
-possibly his own. 


Stark kt*»* |f*y 

U*»a !■< atlra ••■alb St»*« *'« l« II 


and f'hlldren 

WOOL GLOVES 


Plain and Unc% patierns. 
Bu.v now before the cold 
weather sets m. 


Rotary Group Offrr« 
KIL l-ake Diving Rnft 

Sidney Rotary CItih has of 
fered V’ictoria Saanich beaches 
and parks eommltlee a 16hy- 
16 foot laft with a divtng hoard, 
for use on Klk Lake 


l.atlte«' Kanty 


NYLON GOWNS 


Kiisl quality. Fancy 
Inin. I’ink and blue 


BOXED EARRING and 
NECKLACE SETS 


I.vmUv Annt* (hriftpnvtl 

Two great grandmoiheiv and one gicai giantlfjlhei were 
present for the christening of l^e-iie Aone Murch. baby 
daughtei of Able Seaman nrme Murch RCN and Mrs Mim h. 
534 West Bay "ferrace, which in*<k place ifHentlv in the pro- 
lestant chapel at HMCS Naden wiili Rev H T«idd olftcia’mg. 
'Dw maternal great gtand|mieni« pteseni weie .Mr. and Mis. 
K K Cunnings and Mrs BLinrhe Tyndall of Ihiman B(' AKo 
fhrie Ml the ..rem*-,.. »\. »e the m..t . ..il jnindpsrev.tf: Mr. 
and Mis K K Cunnings, of fluoian and univio Dennix Cun- 
nings of Kilimat. HC Paieinal grnndp.uetiis are Mr ami Mis 
A 1. Murch of Monireal f;««|pam>i.s are Able Seaman Philip 
Young MMC.s Fraser and M< Rathaia lasii i>f Vancouvei. A 
lea was held late st Ihe home of the hahy s pan-nU. 


(Jiri.Nlmas with an Oriental Air 

Mnruor Frocs^e. Mrs. A. R. Alfxandor. 
rn»convem*r. Mrs. Ruby Chan and 
convener. Mrs. ('harles Nelles seated 


The Mrlorin Art Tiallcry nn Mi»'-s 
Slri*el will lake on an Oriental air 
Salurdny as lhes*.‘ mt>fnb<»rs Hei*onile 
for a pre-Chrisimas rt.'tnce. Pictured 
here are. left lo njihl slandmg. Miss 


LAOIKS* 

JEWELRY BOXES 


GoUf Bronze Blooms 
Church Decorations 


Velvet and ~-.un lined Two am) 
Ihiee deckers. Jusl what 
mother wants 


Holiday Advice to U itr.s 


PETTICOAT AND 
PANTIES SETS 


The hnde was given in mar 
riage hy ftei uncle. Mi. Wil 
liam Haycock. 

.''he chci.-ie a gown of while 

organ/a oser uffeu and md includes linking 

with a very full skirt amt low 

w.„«mn,. Hrr tlnwfr, w.-n. •'""•"'r «IHy ot (..t 

sni.WI w‘h(ie '■! I hids and hronre hand. declared Mrs. 

rose.s Kiilon. piesidenl ol Ihe 

Aiiendants were Mrs tional Council of Women, who 

Deana Kiik In bnm/e and ihe rt.,-,.nlly .spoke m Vict..ii.i 

Misses Caro! Cole Sally At- .t. *. i j 

, 1 I 1 Dining the holiday •.eavm 

kifisiin, .Saridia Kn«pp and ' 

I denda Tni'u-oii wearing gold Canadian houscaive, and 
their he.iddres^iO'; were bronze mother* should reali/e that 
and gold fe.iiheis and they all male drivet.s la^l ye.ii wre 
..i.ned sheaves nf hron/e and 
gold rhryaanthemnm* and 
wh«M» IP 

Ring h«Mrer wa- Cwrrkin m 
Tmsinlt, brother of the bride 
Mr .lames ,Mawhinne> whs 
bt'sl man and iisheis weie Mr 
\rihui VVilliams. Terry Bawn. 
hofh of Vaneoiivei .iiui Mi rr 
fionald Hillam and Dr. Denis 
Dowman of Victoiu. n 

Fidtowiiig a honeymrton In ^ 
t'.illforniii. tlie rnuple retunieil 
lo Vicioria lo reKide ai .Kb|n ^ 

Admit als PvOad 0 


for the trip naiiity aoi'onl for a chair - 
the shopping delightful design Mr acarf 

..xiK'Uii.on more ple.isanl. too. buffet .set. Pattern 720; 

t It vnu are carrying cnichet direction* tor 12x16- 

bulky pur. cu, he sure to wait inch chair hark. GSxim arm- 
(mi the green light and watch rest In No 30 

you cross at Send thirty five rents In coins 
istamps cannot he atrepied) 
for this pattern to (.aura 

Wheeler N'eedleiTaft Depart- 
ment. The Daily Colonist. ik» 
Front Street Wcsi Toronto. 
Ont, Prim plainly pattern 
mimher, your name and 

addresa. 

A new loiura Wheeler 
Needlecraft Ekiok. jii.st out, hai 
lovely designs to ortk*r: em- 
broidery, crochet, knitting, 
weaving, quilling, toys. In the 
book, a special .surprise io 
the eve- make a little girl happy a rut- 
hided. out doll, clothes to color. Send\ 
- 25 ceni* for this hook 


A the odils. the Icmt‘«--'?! Keep !tl 

iiisisl iliiung w.'icn ilciy home .md m 
I-. Mi ataKe 

And It a wniTlHU is to do 
mu* n driving <Uiiiug the l'»'h 
Na- dMy im-i1uiI \1iS K.itoii who 

Is idsM ese*ulive comitilMee N‘fm 

mcmiwi of the I'.toadi.in jnici«.eri(Oi 

IhguwMV .<i*lciy cnuieieu. i-. .y humiwr v 
Ihe l.dluwifig icwd i( to 

sjth'ty if, cmeigrm-y, 

Ol I 1*1 .\K MOl R:n I If .. a rase of last 

1 A> to, .ns |w*ssd,te. do don I rush 

yrmr shopping m oMimmk ‘ no, ..me matters at 
Tl... >re le«-; *»tlS lime of yesr. 


Printed Pattern 


Me have a huge 
assfirtnient of colorful 
f IIK1STM AS 
MR-APPINO 
srm.iKs 


We have a large 
aiH>r(ment of 
Christmas Tree 
Decorations arwl 
Tree Lighting 
•uppileo. Very 
minrfiil. Buy now 
while aasnrtmenl 
I* rofiiplele. 


Buy now while otir 
assortment is 
complete. 


TURKEY DINNER 60c COFFEE lOc 


1HNI l>ouglM St 


; M ■> M atf «> tea m m 

Make ('hrisIniiLH ^ 

KuiiiK easy I 

with a fj| 

Gift I 

Certificate 5 


Such a wonderful selection of 


THAT 


from * 

Mun(la>'« 2 

Issued for any J 

amount you wish J 


at Munday's 


DIFFERENCE! t 


Th# fires* voii'll wear most 
fhl* fall *nd winter love ii- 
aofi. s«‘allo|>cd dciailmg an<l 
thmmtng lines Designp*! es 
p(s-lally for the short. fu1l»*r 
figure no alteration problem.*. 

Primed Pattern 93“i’ Half 
»l/es 14', l»i', IH'v 30',. 22’- 
24*y. .''i/e 16‘, requires I yanls 
3l» in«*ti lahtic. 

Pnnied directions on ea*'h 
paiiern pari busier accurate. 

.send fifty cent* ''ss-* in 
eoins Miami** .-annot he a«- 
ceptedi for this paitem. Please 
print plainly *i/e. name, ad 
dress, style number 

,'>nd your npler in Martan 
Martin Paiiern IVpt The 
Dally t'nlonlsi. rtf' From .Street 
\^c«t. Toronto. (Int. 

•i MB M «« cn M «■ tH a 


xf)SVAsrs^ 

s^\rrNAi'Fff 


OMEGA M 

.. FI 


BVIXtV.^S from fcW 

a^.M Down — &.MHI a Month 


4arj;cr 
-Po) re 

Dnmil firren 
Oorpphics 
Nue Airo* 


IX)NGINI:H WITTNAI KK.H from 
f.VM Down — I.VM a Mnnih 


0>1l':fiAR from OW 

tlfMM Down — I'V.M a Month 
Without Carrying t'harge* 


JKHKt.KKS 1317 IhNiglM SU { 


BOYS’ n^FWKL W.ATrHP;S. 
VV'ater and shork-resixlant, from 


Alaskatw 

Kickerimv* 


174KWKr WATrHKH 

Shock-resiatant. unbreakable 
mainaprinj?. from 


I it HOUSECOATS 


•p'a.shlon 
w.ith a davh 
for the 
dashing 
woman" 


M RSKS’ WATrHK.H, 

Shock and water-resUfant. from 


- PRETTY 


n*iui, 

•r tatiii 

lUkOA 

kail 

riaitnOMU. 

CTtsi.i* 

ci«<a 


WATCH BRACKl.ETS, from 


qatllfS ••Una w eoisfsr Ute* 
•lUi (f Mils sseu 

• ASS •dO»s 


/. ^tanciS 

KHty Corner from the Bay 


Lady Mae 

AHOPPB 
«M TATE8 IT. 


HfiM OaST DMt» sna 
M•nA«l* ifys IrsM 
CoCM* l■('r>w• Knii 
•kt <*e* 


PHONE EV4-7ail 


120S f>oaclaa Street 


/ > 

^ -y 

V / 

1 / i 








LOM>ON 'I PI' “Diirhns.' 
«aid Ihr vafi* waklns up her 
husband »n Jhr middle ol Ihe 
nljjhi. ’’where do ise keep the 
rneial prrlish^ 

And so ihe hiinlkind learnt*d 
when he mid the ule to the 
family doctor. «h8» he probahl> 
M&A ROinB to Op a father. 

Metal polish Is only one of 
a long and bi/arre Imt of 
■cravings' of pregnant women 
rollec*ed hy the B: iu-*h Medufll 
Jnuniol here and the medical 
pi'hitcallon ObsteincH and il> 
necology. In the I'niied States. 

The survey, which was under 
way for a long time, came to 
the concUiMon Thai m ’ 
piegnant women cr.sve nidi 
nary such as available 

fruit although a relatively high 
nunihet also want law vege- 
t.ihles, candy, pickles and raw 
cereals. 


(Jiristmas Tree Loaf 


croarn chne'^' picklo-rellsh mixture. 
Pul last slier on. ’Krost” Siindwith 
loaf with softener! n*eani cheese. 
Decorale wUh .slicntl olKes and pim- 
ento anam:i‘r! m ihe slwjre of a 
Christmns tree. C'over with saian and 
store in the frec/er. 


Trim crusts from an tinsliced loaf of 
breari. Cut lengthwise into four slices. 
Spreari each slice with butter or mar- 
garine. On bottom slice spread 
devHleri ham. Top with sr»ermd slice 
and spread with chopped oitv:. Add 
third slice and spread with softened 


/'*« nth and Mvouiy/ It's 


Oranges, Nuts! 
-GetTheniNow 
For Christmas 


Your soups and slews 
>nicU twice as lempt* 
Ing taste twice as 
tliduioua with .Mar* 
miif fJiHKl in gravies 
I'r and the children 
lastv Marmlie 
idded to s.md- 
I> s a good 
•iieiarv source of 
the Vitamin B com- 
nlex, too. buv 
Marmlte; irv It 
pTdav. 


rrices Kffertive 

Tin ICSpAY 
FKIDAV 
SATI KI>AY 
Pec. 1! - 12 • !.S 


We Reaene Ihe Right to Limit (Quantities 


•*^i(acT 


lieadime rriarkei news of Hie the pure li aixiui cents a 
week i« Ihat the popular pound. 

Ja(*ane>e orange* aie liH) pojm* * * * 

J.ir! There lA a definile pn.s>ihir lii.ipefiuit ha^e reach* i! fop 
iiy lhar Ihe oranges may be (oimi .md the puiK a*'d volutes 
>.itd mil before rhnsim;»s for nte >Uing I.« about live for 
the firsl iirne in r>iii.* IP 'enis. 

The rea'-m is simple. «i Ihe * * * 

lime Ihex rome on themaik'd M*iu» lime u <l lemon- will 
CallfoiMiH fii.inges were Ml e\ hi- .^;|*| ihls .5<*a.son al ahuul 
jicnslve. you *hopI*ers boughl I'l let.ij a |.|he heeauM* of 1l>e 
Ihe ehe.ijMT, newi*r manrliiins ••.mil) of ^•■l<•r•lda cnmicd 
in great quanilHr* So if you im'.' and ihe liign pti.c of ihe 
want In pul n box or 1 wo under iin*. I.os| je.iis gum 

your rhiisimas tree, hviv now xMoief m Kl<*ti<l.i i*>Rk li- »ol) 
- Ihey'll k«*ep and the price is of ihe n-i: .sn-i le , ni ihe 

light. fjml ueie eatiM**}, 


I>E MARTINI \VHOI.F. IN SHFI.I 


0 f Mixed Nuts 

AiBp IIIA.MOND I.AK<.E 

37 Walnuts 

A TROl'ir 1SI.E I.AR 

61 Brazils!" 

g% TAIII.ICKITr, g| t n 

25 Canned Hami-" 1 .oil 

Assorted Peas 2 t.;:^03 


13-os. 
Olio Bag 


m:\v .\krivals 

PUMPS . . . 


In Shell. 

1 Ih. Olio Par k 


H;A < AM)V XMA.S 


lA-ox. 
Olio B»g 


Fresh Dates 

KiA swKirr 

Mixed Pickles 


rhF*« trlrf* 
kilo aeplt •! 
•«r -taary 
llalk 


lAos. 

•lar . 


Another popular item that 
may bi' cleaned out before 
(’hrisima* is nui* in the nhell 
like hia/ils. ixecan* ami wal 
nuts. (>we III Ihe tciiifir sum 
mer beat in Califomi.t. ihe 
ernpx weie smaller and h*wi*i 
xxeie exported Sally * ad\uv 
is buy now . 


STII.KRITF . . . IIKAIMM ARTKKS hOR Al.L 
lOI R FAMII.V SUrrKK NKKDS 


Hot| new* for Ihe \Vel«h The 
pii'-e of leek* has gone up 
xlighfly hill 20 ernts t*ny« a 

g»«i*| sifed piMifitl, 


24*01. 

Buttle 


12-oju 

Bottle 


v.im't a liMie r.irlier iiii*- yen 
- 1 - *»••• suj.(*J\ m.iv not ;.. p up 
wUh the demand La?g< .«nd 
Heard of .»n inteiesimg w.u small sL*.*s sell f..i Ahom two 
to sei\.» winter \auely i uctio pmmd* for 29 to Id r. r ■ 
AVoriil.iev m**rtiing 

when you want lo serve eggs 

in an iimisiial w;i\ make an I . ^ 

nmeletie. add a pinch i>l curiy, I _- .A ^ ^ 

sllf'e U{> Ihe hlApri ■ 

and fold the omelelte over th - lL I 

slices and .<iei\e IH I ■ 


LIBBY’S HAW.AIIAN 


★ OPEN ALL DAY 
WEDNESDAY 

★ OPEN 
FRIDAY 
TILLDPiM^ 


MONARCH 


RoAsting fhevimii- new ar 
rival* this week, lome from 
Italy inatead of .lapan ih;;^ 
year The largest sell lor about 
59 cents a pound Hete's the 
meiluKl for that di-hehifuJ 
dish, rhennut dressing find or 
steam the rtie«lnut<« until 
thevie soft to the p..-- • of 

a fork; skin iln-m. 'hot* 
up anil ellher a'l*! to xmUI 
fasoiiie dtessing or u^e ih'*n* 

as Hig dressing with a<ldr ( 
ofunir- mushroom* or what- 
have you. 


Made from Pur* 
Vegetable Oil, 
Homogenized . . 


top at IM> k's. wloTe \ aliie- 
( onM'loiis < MHfomers Are 
Always Satisfied 


SWEATERS 
'/3 OFF 


Japanese Mandarin Oranges q.49 


Tltere is a huge demand 
right n«iw fm Hin=*=-*s sprouts 
— Ihe quality is excelleni and 


hundiA 


Vestments 

Vessels 

Discussed 


IGA TableRite QUALITY MEATS 


• «ii'M tnart 


Ijirge California 
Fresh and Tender 


T.ABI.LKITF 


At a rereni annual mcfMji^ 
of the tivening Hi.imh of 
Christ ChuiTh Cjlhe<li,,i \\ a 
IV an Brian \Vhi''-av ■ l-li.-.i*. 
ed the member-, on the ortein 
of Ihe ve«lmeni« and v**"*«d.s 
used by Ihe rhurelt 

A* the eleehnn of of|i.*Fr-. 
Mrs Marguerite I^ughlin wa- 
reelreled presIderU rttlipj of 
fkei* weie vice pt* 

Mrs n Miirgattoyrl. rneord 
Ing aerfeiary. M*s J Hellei . 
coiresprmriiotf sm'reiary. Miss 
Ktenm*» Fuw|r-i, Irrasiirer. 
Miss <d.i*iy. Kiiwtn: edura 
tlonal sf^'iel.irN Mf* K St.-w 
art; Llvine M<* .»^e, Mi^- 
Jean Ulel'/ield. Ptaver P-Ut 
ner Mis I Neil: Thankoffer 
Ing Mls' r, Hfll»»orl. 

Cent*. Ml.ss Merle B.tker. Sn- 
rtal f^rvire. TVaeoness M 
Robinson. '>ewiiig ronvener. 
Miss M Nicholson. 

On behalf of itie branch 
Mrs B Murgairoy 1 presented 
Mr*. Lauchlin with a houfinei 
of rhrvsatHbemums Report* 
of the br.anrh nffi rrv we*r 
read by the secir»rty M** 
J Heller arvf the treasi.!or - 
report was given by Mr*. A 
Welton. 


Ali*Wool DUSTERS 


Orion Sweaters 


Blade Rone 
Removed. . . 


T'W mui* «•» tfi 

spot*'**'* •'•natf- 

tuj Vkiur *<'-* a i» 
t «0 ' •'*>1 *Mrn 

1 , •••Ik*:* Bkkunr^ilr 
; ; * ‘ t popl**.k bst ■ 


riR4MM> 


1,000 PAIRS PANTIES 


Nylon (Quilted 
m STF>R8 


l>KAN. PlCn RE P.AK 


1-*^-*ir eaiark ta «hnok« 
frr- in UIM II t« n 


package 


PORTER’S IGA 


IGA FOODLINER 


PHONE EVVT.%34 


Credit Tenna Avallalde 


2077 CAOROIUI RAY ROAD 


lOOR CRAK'rFUlWER ROAD 


2175 (QI ADRA STKECT 






and rhaiii'**^ with 


Gaslardi Takes On ‘Bis; Three’ 


niMi r \ 

[ . f.i -li'* I fr ‘ «M'i ' 'I** 
li-.i 1- . Mf ali li ii r uti|MiMli>>n 
in H<* «-u<.hrd on Ihr 
■ rnr ptatlotm hi*i^ T... •da‘ 

lii;;lil hf-loir Ihr* Dittgc.kt iinwl 


valisi* k*adnr fVatu* {-'inlay pnr’rr ind and ti> mv 

l( ihi-<.p Mii/1 if an 

'hr iMiWiI <•! ' '• l*ri - >■ ,un i .i;';dnla1r wrrf 


Mir iMiWil ot ^'-r- • '''' l*n -. 1 , 

.f * wlin flUr<t l»ir Trail )oi> 

[»,! ’'■'•h '“■hm*) it nlltorUim *{' 
impariiallv. 

did rn't t.ikr up a 


trd and tn MV ''It waa mvanaht\ ihr lw**i in rhaos wh**n a »j>ii-««innr‘i 
• ‘‘.ttisM hr Mild if an cn^»»i-M*»'iit in inr ni^toiv nf ,,j n,, » 4 ki Mi 

on i.;;;didair wrrr IJ**' i;„;|ii,uh *mcr ihr pmmtrr 

I « inda ffirairsi tii ihi* firr „ 

unild. Ihnn CM-Itra. ,n -hr UM to ua ab.hM B..h 
Kinla’.Hun imnrd Mr, v»h<-l** wnrld." I Mf Klnljv- M" 1 ih^ Mmi* liK**l\ i<* 


r,.nr(;i'di about Social Credit *on. 


r>in- 15 h>pli‘«'Urin in R«i«<siaiid 
Trail 


^•iv<- an uMi|iialifird" dneUr 

ahnn lhat 'all Ihr proiTii-ri^ F'AKMINti I.IRK.^KY 


liiifhM'uv« MiniMri <;nKlant! and iniim>ihniv» of uork lo hr 


llKjHWAY*; MIN'ISTRR 
i;A';i.ARm 
• , , •• ''*o« 


SubsUly 
To Ease 
Burden? 

T< IH' 'N 1 1» •« !'• 'ni* '''d 
I'lal cahinn li - rtmuliHl 10 civr 
i tnoda K ni.i, - a 

ahnrl lerm ^u^»sld^ »»f t-'d 

lam.iaai u. $.«H»M>o»»r» n. raw 

me 111 .£:■.! lair hi.* ini* 

Mai'iim ... i V * 
ada afT'*?'h''g •<* a irp«*ii heir 
In an * ^ ir ■ 


'rnronio S 

!,ij ... . tUf> jf', . 

17 p« 1 • . •* 

' , .l.;:':!*.e * lu .f 

rA>". 1 **y 

|'„ : ' ( . r-4* » e>|'. 

lo F . per 

rent Ml |K ' * r- 

A*, a :* • • 

^'P of M*e 



Tm "b 

*. Htll i-e 1'-' a 

nr 1 . 

■ . {mtiikJ rr‘- 

pOC*-".'*. ' 

nv4 V,..,.; 5 

give. 

.** < J'[; .. .-1 (‘SI; 

C'lb'hl Kin 
1 

If 

Ihr-. : "»• i*v 

.1 

• *'d i: M 

• ' ' Mf.. 

In '■ 

i.'.|.| Ihi* ()■< . !. 

of till' til 

! itnbi* *; •••; 

fuu . . 

1.1 >..4 1 Will'IMfl 


The preference 
for Hennessy 
is no accident 


Ii't flit fM0hn thit 
'TT-ikf* ih< 

l”fRMt (rUinf hrin-lt 
in Can<-I« Qutlirr tl.ii 
lt<'m the < 1 
Uraett ot finr 

old b'amhn. t>lrn*lcd 
«i(b frcQcb linettc. 

Kfrp HennriM h»nd» 

- for emrfffBcy, lot ^ 
(nn-Tmcni. 

HENNESSY \ 

☆ ☆☆ « 

COGNAC BRANDY - 


Th ; advetlisefftenl is rol 
puttlisbed 01 dtspUvdd by 
the liquoi Conirot Board 
01 by the (iovornmenl of 
Biitisb Cotumbia 


IhP •• . ' 

ill la* ■'.= — • to allnvialr- di 
C » I III . c M o Ti in I ^• 
finiKhi >11 uriuir 

Ti.' p; V h''ii, J. '■ ,*'•=• . 

a>>n — *yl ‘ “ .tjipr.ii ■ to hr 

P'HI'! . ■'• of .IP.tl 

tn Hi --‘- ''olun.-- in'** >' 

fC.-.. -■ •• . ; . ^ pV 

ariAiMB a •li'picr fd ... 4 I 
e<|Ui' . in - - -‘v -l^•l«lJl 
coat* 

City Trio 

«• 

Skates 
To Victory 

A 12 tn.tr njd pirl uaa 
am»*nc the ihirr Virimia Kig 
lire <katmit (‘»iih tnonOiri.-. 
w n«i u'OM pT' ■ Ml l’;i''ifM 
C'lit nI *i;piOfiAl)ip i-MnlnAl* 

In Vn.i C-- VOPt, 

t,K| I >1 II II* H\<ir r> Ik I.aiiV^ 

I'lpt and • l4*i.M«id 

Sim«-“t|. f'l'l |I||, 

Inir'i thr iMiiiwr d.ii -- '••••n 
prll’:nr:- 'f’i.. 'l 

In IIM‘ WMMI t.*»ilt|.s <-ii|l||H-li 
t.u; . wi*mI til Mjir.ikr Kuilr>. 
321 K fti-llrvUi- 

RK< OKU r.MMlIlT 

T.iJk) vnhir *'f n\. ■ • h*s 

of all pi.-i... ■« of Ri i-”i 
aut.MTintivr iru 1 viaii\ rrai hod a 
roroid f 1 JT hi"‘» !tOO in lOTiT 


ijin nf thi* <'CK l.ilwi ’ i.ltidi 

Ariluii l^aiMK ufHl Con dale 


rlmlrij .It I ti* t*ai n**tt f. 


lima Mr Sirachan toinied Ou' 

“ (Moposrd Wennet ilrrn mono 
iKMIMi I.IRKAKY • Rimmi. k to li*.id 

... < .». thr poopir tjd lt<r rrork ” II** 

n.' lh/«.w-*.w.v ,.I le 

Indtan AKrirultiiral re**eanh onirma of a 


RlM-aua 

■'itirrns 


tit u* rtie Krik'R> 

KMART Rl >KK> ARK 

l.OOhINt* roR 

MAMMOTH 

MBRKDOWHS 


Bflilu Cfolmfirtl Viftarta. B C..ner».. ttfC It. 1«8 27 


WOOD-WOOD 

DRYLAND FIR BLOCKS and SLABS 

r»-IN< It I.KNMH 

tiuaranirrd All Hi and < lean 

2 h CORDS SI 1.95 S CORDS S23.50 


R1 Y NOU AMI SA\ r. 

Mill refund moory If n«*4 aa advrrtlard 


Ph*mr 
NtKht 
K\ 3 .VMM 


BEST FUEL 


Day 
PlwYiir 
r\ 4 35-24 


g»ivi‘inm«*ni »it|i moi** than l,'»iat.«ii"t biMtk.s. 


Thr publu dritair wound up 


9 


SPENCER’S-yiCTORIA’S FAMILY STORE 


^‘CAVALCADE** NO- 
IRON SHIRTS 


hllN 
R \ l>. 
•thirty, 
hmad' 
top 

fused 

*lava 

Only. 


■SM«e on iaunilry 
with lh«* faiiMiii* 

4 n\ali adr \o lrno 
>lad«* nf KneOsh 
i lnih. u«i\rn from 
tiaii I iiM4io. Has 
Kent Mdlar that 
I risp ami faultless 


HANSON'S WORK SOCKS 

ina VIS 

■ p«r» •..•1 <tr«> »i(a •bit* Is* 

k«i4 h*'l annr*r.»4 •■(h KYlaa a 

■ •••ttir ■III. all aal4»ar «»n 

•' , l»a « <10 I IM a ,ia 

•a.r I ra" I 


THE NEW *'SCARB0R0" 
SPORT OR DRESS SHIRT 


liWkAuist ^VkiJyk^«t'cu(^ 


1 1A i 






Mailr frtMO a HAN Rl>bK fshrh for smart 
nr..s ami wearinK t|iialitirs. A QC 
Fully washahlr. lonr bl*o**»*s. JB JJQ 
plain shades, and all sl^rs. In 
fliidlnK eMra larte. for same 
prtre. Ka«'h 


TIIKV 


APRONS 


Rlh or half aprmis I’rrltv 
flmal or plain sluatlrs CluM.se 
irlsp n>lon or (m.IIsIi ti.iiMn. 

urap. 4 2(1 

around. / M I 

I'rlied fnim ■ A/ to I 


MEN'S IMPORTED 
CAR CAPS 

|IM> . - !■»*• 

sysi.nl ■ bf«i>Z ■•»b 

• ••<(> 1 ♦* •••<•'• b ••i«a»» 

• nZ •■<*« Ir.ai 

• l. > s X 

r«*b wm 

WOLSUT ANO PENMAN 
DRESS SOCKS FOR MEN 

lui Itmmut (•* ••••« 

«<••• iiwbR KpisU* Onifb ts 

(•If ns bll *nZ npi*. 

fUnl.fr.Z Winsk bl.ti raZ 

(t.Y* riMM nnir tbli f.rb 

I* >r|.l«r Onlth sat ••bit 

■••lib b<«»b Ib'i ts 11 4 4* 

r*ir 1 

MRS s - yl.i>Hb HbWbllbS 

SPORTS SHIRTS 

■ sl.i.rl priatfZ 

B p«H**>.* a«.|St tifPiKMf (•• 
B lb* mrrn -r. 4 brUIRSSR no 

■ !«••• u*'**! •< Ib.i 

B ei‘ 1 ' «■>«•■ aipZiusi (■fir 

F tnt rtl'« ■•'t* bll 4 *iy 

K •■* ar-p Pa.b 1 

Min’i “Tina" Saattrlitd 
FlanatUMt PfiiAiat 

. ut SIR»* Jb Is *4 

4t*b 0 


l)r*iBnr.1 |i*f fiwnlon *u«o»U 
iiijin M*Je ot anti ft"* ..-it-fd 
t. .e.^n RfUiniheiraharcbftc''"*'"'- 
ic*» taunOcimia - fi«»*.i»Mrr' 


2. WAT WORK OR SPORTS SHIRTS 

AsMirled Tartan I hr. ks 

• Finest (fuality VAoarn < olt»n Flam 

• l*rr«dirtink 1 lrs.s than i A 

Mhrtnkacet. ■■3 

• Ruin for ruKiml wear. ^ 

• A 'Terrirss" rrudiu-t. 

*»l»i*s 14' f lo 17'. l*Hrr 




Si 

josr pbR PAP, 


Mtn'i '*Ne-lr«n*' 

Will and Wiar Sbirti 

Saiifori/r*t with smart TKl - 
RF.NI/F.K pal side .-idlar, * ttn 
\riiirnl '2ua> «>tffs. use but 
Ions t.r I’lifflinks \y htte t>nl(. 
liidl\iduall> «ellt»phane<l In 
sues 14', lo 17 with |%OQ 
\arioua sleeve Irnaths- .€ 


iJosrroRMFRj 


TIGHTLETS 


popular l.e*itard sireh h nv- 
Ion tlKhls. Ideal for skatlnc. 
skiinx. lounftnx IndtMtrs. rt< 
F'*»r i-hlhlrrn A4P il®* 
and wonten. { A 

I*rl<«*d fr»)fn W to ■ 


WOMEN'S SWEATERS 

( l».jip >*.ai|«ni ana malilHM 

•rtAi •••a twn«s« s|.«f« «!*».• •Ub 

j»ari nrrs<l«i» nf <«t« barb r«lla> laraiiaa >■ 
■taOb •Mb )•••< oxb Ivai r«Ur 

•»!■< ilaf. 

2 US O®*' 

< ardlxao^ ^ 


BERMUDAS BY PHANTOM 

Half Iroxth Rrrmoda h*»M* or full lefix^h 
Mflort**! lUfM" In Hrirnia slretfh nylons Rrr 
miola sinks in sliatirs of uhltr. (Miwdrr. 
iiayy and rr*| l.onx hose In shadea nf red. 
Xr«*en. |MtHi|er. (an ami hlwk. 

Hfrinoda 


For hoiindlrsb ( hrlslmas rheer 
a Inyely nvhui trhot slip 
utlh frills, frtilh and pleats Half 

nr full lenxih tiiahhlnx seta. 


Girls' PARTY DRESSES 

riilnre prrily dresses tat flad- 
dm any flrl's lieart Halnlv 
Irlmminx- l.oyely pastel 
shades of yellow, nlue. 4®^ 
pink. elf. St/es 4 1 ^ 

to 12 years. F’rom a op 


GIRLS' BLOUSES 

llnlnty Ter.ylene hktiises 
lhat need Mtlle or no Iron 
Int Tu« k In or oyer blouse 
. s(\lfs. Millie and pastel 
sbail«*s, shfiri or *, 

Irfixth sleeses m 

• *SU4*S H lo 1 I W 


GIRLS' PYJAMAS 

A "Rahy lloM'' 4}rramv 
’■) flannelette pyjamas In 
I'lite printed <b*siKns. 
frilly Miff al wrist 
■nil panlle ii*x O 4U 
sizes H Ut 14 t 


VIYELLA SKIRTS 

riealetl skirls wlih shnniiler 
slra|ts. This Iteaiillfiil MyeMa 
^ I I loth washes and lr«tns like a 
^ .Irmm amt is xnaranteed not 
k \ 1*1 shrink shades of A®^ 

. ream, yelhtw. pink. el* , f 
^ Sires I. .7. 4 


COWBOY SHIRTS 

sheen 1 lirtty. Ic>nx*lrs»\e ■•Io»%Imi> 
Shirts ffir the yoiinx la*l. 7 "k 
heaylly emhr*tldered. O® 

Sizes 3 to « ^ 

3" 

Sl«*s A to 14 W 


GIRLS' BRIEFS 

.Nylon or rayon hrlefs. dotihle 1 roll h 
nylon la* e trim. Sizes ‘I t*» 6» 00^ 

and A lo It years. Izuely #M 

shail**s Ini hnlinx y* l»lte. F roit# fcW 1 


Dainty 


29: 59' 


LITTLE BOYS' PANTS 

4ivella fitith slmrl panl« In aolhen 
III. tartans or platri «.hafles Made 
with «h>iolflrr •.traps and A®^ 
fully lln***l l•Mararlt**e«l M 

shrinkpriHif slz**s '2, 3. 4 


BOYS* SLACKS 

Dresoy »lai ks In many different malerials. 
SMMite Hllli metallii- Ihrea4l rnnniiix thronxh 
All shades. • iMNtse tM>t>iilar lyy |.eaxur or 
lli.llywiHMl slylea. Sttnte yylth ^US 

self lielt n 

Aires 7 to IH veara w 


BOYS' CORD PANTS 

Ma*le Ilf hardyyearinr “trtlurob /*pper i 
I Inslttx, < nffs and Itelt loops Shades (A®^ 
of xrey brown and nayy jC * 

Sizes A In 12 W 


BOYS' SHIRTS 

M hlte britafb loth dress shirts Tall 
oretl i-nllar and kmx aleeves. 

Sizes II tn II' , 


JUST fOR CiS 


EAR MUFFS 

In white or pastel shazlea. sim 
ulated fur fahrir .l lnih 4 21 
yyide hand oyer sirorix I 
iM.-ial frame I 


Mr m MoMi 


GLOVES AND MITTS 


All WfHtI mills and xl"^**^ h.m 
hroidererl a* nrss the |ia> k or 
plain. Mhlleandas AO' 

sorted shables Sires AIX 

S.. M. and U VV 


Man's BEACON CLOTH 
DRESSING GOWNS 

Itiese warm halhr«die« ira 
made frf»m the new RF. 
RO.N wilh AtF.IAIh and 
I D'fTON', flan»epriM*f anil 

nuilhproof May be laiintlernl 
i.r dry ■ leaneil sitea small. 
nuNlintn. large ami ^®l^ 

eatra larxe m 

-Ml «»ne prbe I 

ir* 


FOR VALUE & QUICK SERVICE SHOP at VICTORIA’S FAMILY STOR 


1 ^ aOthera lip lo 


Womtn't Flit Slipptrt 

< tfsy bllnp«-rs In plain 
tsdors of bine nr wine 
with |WMii Irlrii, soft 
soles, pailileil 4 

heels. Sires ,7 to A. I 

I'air I 


Women's Slippers 


F loe printed y ely*-! f*r 
■atin fahrb s. kiw t»r 
yyislge lifs-l styles with 
stM>lixe rnbl>er soles. 

tors A®® 

and palterris. § 
Sizes .*■ t«i A. |>alr m 


BOYS* FELT 
SLIPPERS 

( osy plahl felt slippers 
with silent s|M»nxe mb- 
Iwr sifirs ami heels. ( ord 
trim. >lzes I to 6, Reg 
I %> I btra 4 49 

yalnr prb e. I 

only, pair I 


Women's Moccasins 


HtiNMdh lelki lealher 
shpiiers with fur Lrioi 
platform soles. Iieaded 
yantp. Two tone <ol 
firs of bine. 4 Uft 

helge. re«|. I 

Sizes 4 l«i 7 I 


CAiiarin'i Mtccatins 

Dainlv fur trim slippers 
In blue, tan while, red. 
with rftrd how Irim 
sljtes 7 tn 10. d 2 A 

pair I 

Sizes II tn 3 d 49 

pair I 


INFANTS* 

SLIPPERS 

I life enrdumy slippers 
In asstirleil patterws and 
odors «if hliH*. pink yet 
low. »lp|ier or elasttr 
strap fasteners. Sires 4 
Iff A Hex 4«9 

(f> 2 I 

.S|>erial prlie. pair I 


MEN'S CORDUROY 
SLIPPERS 

fMtnd Innkinx 

plaid«. I liei ks an«i 
stri|»es in sMr gore 
Iff eyerell styles, 
with s|M>nxe rubiter 
sfiles SMil 
he«.|s Sizes m 
i U> II. pair m 


Women's Foamtread 
SLIPPERS 

Ry Kaufman Sm.Hith yel 
yets and altra'lye fahrles 
In a fine srle« lion of eol 
nrs and sly|4*s. A®^ 

Sizes .7 In A, C 

iwlr V 


CHILDREN'S CORDUROY 
SLIPPERS 

Popular hnotfee style with loop and 
hniton side fasleiilnx- apimge rub- 
ber "silent" s*»lr>s. < ule pat A^® 
leru* in red 4ir blue. M 

Sizes 7 to IS, pair A 


ELECTRIC TRAINS 

Here's the iM-st yaliie In l 4 »bbn' .A trniilne I*mM» (lary 
e|e«tri 4 IralM (Ital puffs re^il siookr afot aiit 4 Mfyali< ally 
MOeutiples Its frelxht firs < 0*0 A C 

plele with IransfurnuT, lA puses «»f ^ ^ 
lra< k, lender and fhr*e frlibl fars “ ■ 

Don't ilisNpp*dbt yoiir < hlld this ■ IB 

( hri 4 tmas Hurry, slfs k Is iirnllfsl I ^0 

iF.tlra iraf k •vallabie at 29* |M>r lenxth.) 


Jl/St RJR ^ROlilFRi 


FLYING HELICOPTERS 


Helkoptera lhai a4tuallv fly* 
Hand operale«l and A A' 
reirwde \IX 

i^nlml VV 


Mon's Felt Slippers 

\lwa.bs a popular faynr 
Ite f'laid fell with 1 «ird 
trim s(Mmfe riiblier 4 9h 
srdes Sizes A to II. I 

nair I 


DOLL CRIBS AND 
CRADJIS 

lA ini hes tonx all 

w<mmI f-onstnu A*® 

(Inn and ni> ely M 

finished Bi 

1 1 |ile« e I hina tea set 


CHINA 
TEA SETS 

.Attraftlyelv bused 
• ii|rs and saiuerN 
pul, f ream and ^ 
sugar hrtwl m 

Only I 


HEADACHE BANDS 


And 4*>mfye(. attra**liye de 
signs In metallii fabnr nf 

is 98'u1" 


toys' MOCCASIN SUPPERS 

Handsome two bine stiede leather yaith Indian 
bead 4t«*>ixn. fl**ete lining. pa*ld**d heels. 

KIzes 1 1 to 13 


8 MM. MOVIE BOXES 

IlfMoe m»»y ie makers, altenilon' Just what ynu'ye al 
ways wanted. .An ail metal i-arrying laae with B 49 
hinged lid and storing spat e f«»r 12 r*iHa of 3M>’ A 
moyie r**els. A mm. alze onl.y ■ 


BOAT OR 
STADIUM SEATS 

Metal frame with sturdy fahrV 
ha*kr**s| and seat A P 

loids In half for easy Bj MA 
■ arryint Hill fit on W 

any rnwhoat seat nr a^B 
' idea* her ^0 


I FOR HIM I 


PUP TENTS 

f«ener<Hia size. S feet wMe. 7 
feet (nng, S feel high. Made uf 
flante resistant, mtlciew nr*wir 
arul waterproof. A-ox. ^9A 
eanyaa. t zmiptrle yrllh i 
pega. pniea and mpea m 


PAY CASH and PAY LESS AT SPENCER’S rr iiiS 


0 
























RICE 


COST 

ERICE 


COST 

£RICE 


**•*•;!,* 


INDEPENDENT 


Chrlstmat dinnar Muca bow aad uva. 


LOW COST FOOD MARKET OF THE WEEK 


Full-flavored, bakery 
IrHh a a . pick up a 
loaf or two 














CANADIAN 
Wrc WHISKY 


BLOCK 




flftli tfctimtat. vw«*ri« 
TliMr«4«v, D*(. II, 19lt 


kenin" 


ina s 


ih^r^ iR » fanaiir 4rvotmn and nnunreH (hat "aurh long hnura now in parilriilar with tho tn- bav^ aiiearts that ^''u and i« KPnpraU> a<'«'^pind It la 

d«*«tn» to ptova on«*5t#U.worUiy will nev»*r do " Tha Chln^aa. troduction of communal rannnt pxpo«'t people lo gi\p up j^{,i jo|. ,I,^ ^ j,, 

thrnuch hard nudy and gn Raid tha PiK^pk « Daily, mu»t which acparat# paicniR from all p«*rRon.i’. aoihm.»n>» thai in I’hina'a dompnii.- 

qufvilonins oboWipma of a hava at least aiRht hours' iheir children cxrept for a i«*u’r you ra^sc me standard of j beliexc wc .an 

party raid The Tommuisi alccp a day couple of houii dailv. S«»m»* luing a notch iheie is a «,)rndhlne b\ und.»i 

party numt^'rs le'** than iwo An almost audihlc «i*h of onM*r\prs r<m«.idiM thm will normal loivletuy to .lemaiid a f,r,| (i.rcmost 

per ci-ni nf the total jiopula- relief and gralliiidp swopi Ihr prver t*p inleraipd and mav . Mnunuing impnivempnl » hi. h cannot dPlcat .'..in 

tom. 12.720000 memhera bin nation, •'Hctc " ihc jipopip said j„„vp 1o i*p the first maior lonseti- heavy warhkr Indus „,„n|jsm by iBnorinB n If we 


a..se.sA Hr pi.ieniiaiR U China s 
e . .1 n o m y overstretched' la 
China hulldinK up as a nuclear 
pow ei ■■ 

Only iraioAl men nii th# 
apoi are .apanie of judeinK- 


HONG KONG T»«e cirai 
p«t snrial lian^formatimi of 
our lime in<‘liidinp ihe 
Rian fpvniulinn, is now lakine 


lenily the destinies of all the thinks of our we late 


HU.. I'im.esp people how |.. 

con*umpli.m .-..mprehend iheir motive^ I 

Sfir#* Something ci.nvin.s*d thai we muvt 

liave .tur own diplnmaii. lep- 
Tiie hope for the West is that cementation. 

Chin, ul.lma.riy will 1.11 ml. „ .. , 

tins palierfl Meanwhile, we /liiiire enetnv it is all the mote, 
nmsi re. that Hie pre^mi vital lo fill the t’Oiiniry with 

tejiimp o{rf*raie«. with sui’cesa qualified ob*.erven who can 


pp«.ple. would they •remember that ii 

Thtoujih a sysipm nf ■•per "ss Chairman Mao who took ^^e^l^ting 

suasion nr subtle roemon of aw. yjhelr sleep m the firm ^,.„c,nen with a 

mutual "PyrnB. of pim-- knowledge of Clmia 

ptopaaen * *“*’'** \d'|’r I.etfwrgV argue that the e»«enii»| iin- 

In seUing the Cliinese on one .sri*» e . . ^ 

..Sl/nl .xl.lrn.'. «.nl, Nn Th. l..hmi,u, .. .impl.' T nirw'll 

pan of the world 'an t'xlay Hist give them ii.e then goad • ' 'u a a . ,u 

ho.M of more .kiiful leaders, them Into a f.en/y of labor, 

or nriier psyriinloglsis than then let them sleep hutneser ^ mu ua w.m y 

Mao Tsr tung and I'hnu En lal never let them fall into a mate gainst hunger and fH.ve, ly. 

,, . ..f inhargv U mav he a«- If such scout Hy is now provid. 

tfreoking I owt Mimed that some lull will now ^*d by the state the arcum.Mit 

Mow long i-i^n the Climrse rnme in Chinesp pioduelmn. C’e* lh.*n the familv unit be- 
maln^in iheii pie-teoi ftaoilr tnii m will n.*i last long before mmes |ct? meanineful 
pa.-e and labor nf mote than the nest di ive begins Tlie CJunr-'e m.v they . an 

12 hnui « a day' Many kS esiei n Some links may be weak, change human naiure On that 

analvsis oiosider that the Atiempls in hieak up the old dehalahle pnlni rests ihe lulure 
bteakirig prunl ^usl mme Influence of family life have of the movement, Ii is likely 
soon. During my siav, I saw been arrentua<ed «haiply in that ihe Chinese one .lav will 
general sign.s of tahgue. Vet ihe last couple nf veais. and discover what the Russians 


Theip ran be only one 

The no 

longer to in Ita 

nr delihetalions. 

Ihe amhifinn« 

ftriAOrSIOnO people 
Ihe cliche 
kiw’ >« nri 

The tve 

for 

tne *nmensp q.ieslinn nf 

larism. Is the esvm.e of lel (iKKALD CLARK 

Communism nr»v. an esipb rc' og'u/e Reds 

Iished and vihiant f.'t m 
('hina. w til pest sweep ihrroich • • * 

sniiiheasi A*---, m pai tnular ... . ., 

II, , . ■ ndouhi.xlly, theie die die- 

India, un esv nMiH aids are , ' 

. . , , . u . '‘•"‘.-i.s inside i hina i ommun- 

ra sed to inrwpo.nf where .t jn„mous ways 

offers „o atlia.i,..n p^Micularly by the m- 

Indinn* whom I met m Pei leiirx'i.Mis hut the hulk of 
ping ate painfully aware of Ihe Chinese ,s**p .in improvement 
Ihre.tt In iheir own homelimrl in t.iixt and cimhing and she! 
They s|M*ak hiaveiv .>f nx'ul and ihe'.e aie the rnmpcl 
demo.iacy offeiing moie ap hiig f.uints 

peal, sifu-e ii ptmi/p-s fieedrtrn Mojeovei theie is not ihe 
nf movemeni ,irid .I'lioo Y'd «hghie«i suggestion iha\ 
they also admit in.ii ihe ,i\e< Chung K‘H ■•Mek and toe N-. 
•Tge Indian prasaro Hunks fi: i Hor-.m- , uiio-«e recnid of 
nf forxl and cononii. serun'v. tupHon is lemembeied wmi'd 
lall.i'i Hian llheiiv The welcomerl h.i<k 'I lie 

Chill' se sland/tid nf living is 
nearly .is high as me Inrh.in 
and. al the rn*e nf present 
giowth, will pinhahlv suip..ss 
it Wilhin a rnopir* .1 
Then pierp— Indian dipinmais 
ruefully, will rome the ie«i 
rtang.r 

Itoiihting Mimii 

Tile Immediiite Hueal frnm 
China nni a mint'll') ,, , 

The ciiinevr- hiiil'ling up till II 
indU'-Hial siiengHi need |H..ti'- 
Time la on liicir Md.< in all 
wa.vs R\ flonrimg v..iin.,.,,s - 
A'U and Afrlr.« Mith i-lie.ip 
goorjs ,1II.| Siuvues. -i? Hu-) 
are now beginning lo ifn, they 
hope tn .iPMiise dn.ihts in the 
mlnilv of peojile fheie about 
the validity of their own sys- 
tems 

Wtial IS the aiiswei ’ Five 
weeks in China bring two con- 
rlusions which. 1 hclieve must 
be ar.epi»*d if we aie tn know 
how lo deal with the (‘nntagion 
of communism 

1. The IVip.Mg legirne w 
fitmh eniienrtiivj with fiU 
likelihood of ovenhniw. 

3. [*cn»’ng mu * l>e rec”.c 
ni/ed diplomaiually 


Now... 4 Dromafi> 


^ ^ *7ea 

"2? hAecJt 

r.'j.n SMALL 
— RICH TEA 

m . m 

C^sams\4f 

it 

a ImocUt, 


NEW BOmE 


4 Distinctive 


NEW LABEL 


For many years 

one of Canada's favourite 

brands of Rye Whisky, 

Seagram's Kings Plate 

in ita new package, »« 

stiH your best buy 

for all occasions. 


30’lPdH t&, • 


CASH 


to "wrap up your 

HOLIDAY EXPENSES 


Fr.I.rr.d .V N»e<. vfw i*k. 
'• >o«.iee-M>«.i‘' ..Kva 


Seagram’S 


..... l.r r**r YOU G€T 

lets I-.IVI •' , etiH fMT Kei.«ty iSoWH' 

is i«a*r I, eiima {,..«•• t* m r*y» *"^.1 *witi » is*m‘ 

SiatHCiSL j C»$a-CltllT •htT.«f t« fl*'-"* t*w so«'<»io . »'l» 

^ u Iff "tit** |(»iifici*ti H<i.t'W »M«fMi.«wi e«s-Cf*«s Csf.! 

Lmim up U MSOi *f mw«— up U W m*m*H ta repay ar* »aam 
•*«r SSM. Vaur laan can ba fWa-Maara^ at Banafklal 

G5«*A YATES STREET, VICTORIA 
2nd f*99T (Above Tta T»p Taltars) 

Phone f.\ ? K'kl a Ask for the Yl->l MANager 

opts SSUKUATS 'TIL MOON 

Serving Conodient for 25 Years I 933 -I 9 S 8 


N MSCUITS « •• l ax NCtn 
AN ECONOMICAL BUY 


CANADIAN RYE WHISKY 


,6^ Seagram SroHv/fi^' Sure 


T^feiAi o^p^omatt^ BISCUITS 


I peek f-rean's ( olmirfiil Prevniaii.in 1 1NS 
f.»r ( hristmas 1‘reMents — 9Hi- to S.S..TM 


This odvertivemenl ii not pvblivhcd or dnployed by Iht 
liquor Control Boord or by lb* Government of Britnh Columbio. 


700 BLOCK — THREE SHOPS TO SHOP FOR ALL YOUR MEN'S WEAR 


at “Cec" Fletcher's Men's Shop 


DRESSING GOWNS 


lUve thill w t^l-fli look throuchoHl the fpslive 
sfa.son Choosp from our very large nevs aelection. 


rrMf-. the idr 

[ill i.ihlr t' 't 
«l)led Fr«.m 


Londonderry SUITS 


Tiie beat in txiionug fentuiing the m>ii. 
•n* « «ilfn«-iive ^h.idn. Fine siu'ings. 
ivveod*. wot:i."d« s''d twi«i« 'hat ensure 
long wrer end 'nniinuefl grxvd looks 

Remember— No Oown Paxment 
.As Utfle as per Week 


Fine Knglivh wn|.i 1 «ls. e\perl|\ tsil- 
oied h\ I^iudonriei I > with f'erm.i 
Slu|te llvmo Fiont." ,t]no puie wool 
Che'-inis ;->d inihvidtiRl 
weaves From Ow 

(liher fi't«‘ quality suits 
prii-ed fiom 


SPORT SHIRTS 


A f.iwu lie gift ' hui. e Wide seler 
tinn ul • >i.-' ks. lerlans. la; . . 
and ail i{k'< 

Pi iced ftom *9 


SPORT COATS 


SWEATERS 


CAR COATS 


Tarts, grevs i-h.iiifHil* 
well cul t'ai > oais in ...= 
he --iie to rippieriale 
From 


Remember — No flown Payment 
As tJffle as B1.K5 per Week 


SWEATERS 


Fine vler'linn nf plai''» \’ein> 
tianv wool .YiidA m ti.r - 
«nri'« most jwipular 94 00 ft 
•bade* F>om I £ 


VV;>l.--i -Thiee Button and 
Po|iover, 909ft 

from O 


SLACKS 


We aie well Known for n^ir selertion nf 
qualitv «|aik« gahardiries wnrsted* and 
purr w.-Mil weaves that blend with aU 
type* of sport *r>a*« and hlarer* 

Remember — No f>onn Payment 
A« Little aA HOr per Week 


LONG Sl.F.FVE 

rCLLOVKH!^ 


Inriuding wash o' weat 
h'-oadriolh. flanneleiiea <ki 
•»vle pv uma< ,»ijs* i*m 
fot gift rhrxising’ iCftft 
From Q 


nppei 
fi om 


SHIRTS 

»pri-. i.ited gift 


CASUAL 

JACKETS 


GIFT SUGGESTIONS IN 
MEN'S FURNISHINGS 


lOfI' Teiile-ie tever»lh|r 
ja.'kels. quilted vvaim. 
light ideal foi all 
•.•ason weat A feature 
v.ilue Reverse 

• fUiie to \Xhtte 
a Mark lo Red 

• BU«k In White 


• TSIdrIs 

• Cliff l.liika 

• < Mtr I Ink 
an«i Tie 
midr Wet* 

• llaielker 
ehtefs 

• (.IN 
lerftfteatea 


SPORT SHIRTS 

Biggest selection now Offei 
ed for Chnatmas ahopping 
Stripes, rheoka. paialeya and 
plaint 


• I)rea*e Shifia # Sport Hhlrfa 

• Tar C'oaU • Tie* • Hook* 

• Pyjama* • Cbtidoor Jacket* 

• Sweater* • I nderweAr 

• Belt* and Arce**or1e« 


From 


BUD BELL'S 

MEN’S WEAR 


PHONE r.V 8-5412 


755 YATBS STRKKT 


PHONE EVt-WU I 


I Tit YATrJ^ RTKLLT 


722 YATES RTREfTT 


PHONE E\' 4-4721 


One Hour Free Parking Arm** tbe Rtreef at t«l*nd l -l>Hve 




BLOCK 




OdfHMi Thi^ire K«turd»> Movir Club 

"Canned Food" 
Morning Matinee 

I The 700 R!o<*k Yates 

I « ' vT' Street merchants have do- 

I nalW the Odeon Theatre 


30 SatlM (toUiiiirt Viciom. I.C., n«r» . D*«. 11. If5» 


WhUtf Shopping in the 
Kaiiiouii 700 Block 
•t the 


selection ot gUroorou* 


Choose from our Urge 


cocktail 


the mominR show of the 
Saluixlay Movie Club. Ad- 
mission will be one or more 
cans of food, which will go 
into the Food Stall Christ- 
mas Hampers to help the 
neixly. 

Koixl will he «li>trlliuied fli 
Mrs. llarpcr'H Kond ^tall next 
Saturday. I>ec. 20. to porw.na 
showing Weitare Cards, 
MarTH*r has a list of -25 nfrily 
famtlie*.. so make this maliniv 
a well attended event with lots 
of dtmalions for th« Food Stall 
Hampor^- 

A crowd of 1 400 children is 
cxpecied to come to the Oteon 
Theatre SalunUy at 10 am 
The feature aitractjon will he 
• Kfirbulden Planet." un adven- 
ture in outer space, in TtHhnl- 
,-olor ulus a colot cd cartoon 


ol Sufutn fron S4.as 
0*m la* 

•a 4 ar!«M 

I'M Our Lay-Awajr or Budget Plan 


Our Coat 
gaU (onttnuaa 


Bc«ene now fur 

CHRISTMAS 

DINNER 

FV 4-4IM 


pyjamaa 

from 2.0^ 

Nighties 

from 2.0^ 

Sllpa fruiil 2.9K 

Panties from dOr 

Quilled Dusters , 
from 10 . OH 

Sueaters 

from 4. OH 


1 ALAN’S LADIES’ WEAR 

- 7W Yates Street 


Mcttiria's leading Style < mire 


Wonderful Christmas 
Gifts FOR HER 


GRAB YOUR SANTA CAP 'N' LET'S GO TO VINCENT'S 


Ai*~> ilnvM WIU colliri, 
•c*rr*« ••na«r», 

iMHirrr 


• SWEATERS 


From 


• STOLES 


Mary 

Stevenson 


For All OccB-siona 


aays: 

You t an't 
Buy a .'lore 
Appreciated 
tiirt 


.e?p«:»aluing in Personall 7 ed 
Service t'oraagea. Wedding 
Bouquets. Funeral Dealgna. 


From 


USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN 


• SCARVES 


No Down Payment ij 

EASY, EASY TERMS V 


Ut • r»aitU. ••»rihr»rt *r PricM 
M»|i ar ^raaatllp Sailtar 

a boi of delicious 
Slevenaon's Hnmade 
Choc«)latea 

C»«i« In sn^ •** «PP«uiin| 

Sup:»r «f r«|vUr. taper *n4 

coraai* Soat* 


ria«»r« •xpfMt th« AP'fU Sf 
OiiiatroM roio*»uia» «nd *ii «« 
th» Doeulsr Chru<«>** flo**rt 
a<var« U»* •III ae* Swr 

l*f**-biO0m eu» Tto»*fi •r>4 

nlK.U lUiPna PTlJtTI 
dfiKttf t*;»<taph 


LINGERIE 

• NIGHTGOWNS 

From 


OPEN 9 AM. TO • P.M 


Clearan* e Hale of 
latteiy 

PO'rTFKY • ' AStS 
PI^ANThBS 

I'aatt larlf 


GENERAL ELECTRIC 

CONSOLETTE 


From 


^ar■la rr«a 

Th« ISLAND FLORIST 

Mmb«r FTP 

KV S-0713 

7.VVA Yates Street 

.N«ii 10 Der*'."i-»q 


Stevenson s 

Homade Chocolales 


Here is s truly beautiful 
brand new. slim, aleck 
19.70 oonaolctte you will 
be happy »nd proud to 
own. 


GENERAL ELECTRIC 
CONSOLETTE 


• BRIEFS and 
PANTIES 

From |i 4 


('hrisl maa 
(iift 

Suggest ion<i 
for Ktery 
H'nman Who 
.Sewi 

m a'li'i 

• aastni Ba»«ru 

• 8 na*i Bri.M>r 
an.} ahvsrt 


Fabulously atyled light 
oak or walnut cahinel.s 
featuring the new low, 
alim look In trend with 
modem furniture atyle. 
New, pofterful alrato 
power chaaala, plus high 
resolution 2Mn. picture 
tiil>e to give you life-like 
picture clarity. 


• BED JACKETS 

From 


There’s a 


C c 1 here s a V \ 

.) SINGER U 


M...I H*. CSI38 

T/ie "Richmond" 


• BABY DOLLS 


Kvery Santa 
('an Afford 


K\tra dark alope mount- 
ed safety glas.s eliml- 
natea those annoy ing 
room reflections and 
gliire, so harmful to the 
eyea. Can he easily re- 
moved for cleaning. 


Special $100 Trade-in 
Allowance 

For Your OM T\' In Good 
Working Order 


Starling as 
low as 


• BLOUSES 


• HOUSECOATS 


Vacuum 
rlranci *: 


Trade $100.00 W | 

GREATEST PRE-HOLIDAY PRICE I Uw 

H. M.m. Oewn — Only SIO P.r liBnIh Put. Thh TV S.t In Y.ur Hwn. 

f NOW- Jftk TRUE-TONE HIGH-FIDELITY 


• SLACKS and 
SLIM JIMS 

From 


SINGER SEWING CENTRE 

7'2# YATKS STKFKT I’HONK FV S WU 


•for -fan.-ferChrtetwM 


• SKIRTS 


M*4*i c-'m 

R#i Ilia)*. S 

Ffl«t 


From 


• GLOVES 


1 SPECIAL 

1 

I 8.Vimii. 

1 Projector 

2 and 

I Tripod 

1 Screen 

2 Ihtlh for only 


COFFEE MAKER 


ELECTRIC KETTLE 


3|l RncuUr S.'O'i:, 

!^' rre-Holiday I’rli# 


• UMBRELLAS 


The fastest of bmlmg waler 
rre-Hollday l*rh r 


ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC 
FRYING PAN 

Complete with lid and cord. J 

Regular S19 9T). Ifl 

rrellolkUy Price ■ ■ 

ELECTRIC STEAM AND DRY 
IRON 

Regtilar Sill SO It] 

Pre ilnililay Prke ■ ^ 


NEW G-E VAPOR-CONTROL 
ELECTRIC KETTLE 


Model KM Regular SlT5iY 
Pre Holiday Price 


S<T RKAHS 


ALL PURPOSE MIXER 

Complete \urh 5i.md ntid three t 
bmvls P.egul-u STltfr* 

Pre Holiday Price 


See \onr •'olor xlinc- 
rome t'. life •?» g'"r 
|ou« color with ’til 
w *1 n fl e r f u I C'lm 
hinati«>n offer. 


For Any Amoant, Will 
I'loable Her to make Her 
Own Chuife After Chrtat- 
maa! 


ELECTRIC PORTABLE MIXER 


Model CTTI75 Regular $27.95. 
Pre-Holiday Price 


Regular $24 95 
rre Roilday Prlre 


For your Christmaa gift lift, come In and aee our laige 
•election of eacillng glfla for ihe camera fan. 

• ( anvraa • Projedora • Hereena 

• Htkle Fin Bo*ea • Gadget Bag* 

• Fnlargera • 'Dlera ♦ Tripod* 

a Flashguns 


B-E CLOCK RADIO 


AUTOMATIC POP-UP TOASTER 


SCURRAHS 


Pre-Hoiklay Priced 
from 


Regular $24 SO. 

Pre llolMay Prtee 


72M VATE.S STKKCT 


7U YATKH STRKKT. next to RIrka PHONK EV .5-6112 

• BtlU> CANADA • BI Y CANADIAN • BCT NOW 


Newspoper Advertising Stimulates Buying 


I 71fl VATES STREET PHONE EV 








BLOCK 




fiaUg ColmtlBt V»ctwH«, B.C., 0«e 11. 19S8 31 


CHRISTMAS 

SHOPPING 

FESTIVAL 


bOEON 

' MOVIE i 
r CLUB / 


[«>don on hi. III. t,rm m Sop thr lorm. of hi. p.r- 

ipmhor, lf>57 Twrniy yp*n he wae never In return to 
earlier he had Mved a pn&on Texas and had to live with a 


IhnuMnds of miles to a rliinaie 
1 could live in. Instead I am 
on m\ way to Au.Mm ‘priMm*. 
an honest ifunman " 

MrKerwie who wa* convic- 
ted ot muideiins a San An- 
tonio detective in 19U3, «aid he 
delihernlel) 


f.\NNKD HH)I) MOKMNG SHOW 
IN AID KK)D STALL XMtS IIAMFLRS 


SiHmsorrd by 700 BltM'k Merrhanla 


SATIKDAY; IM>OKS 0|>KN 10 A VI 


U N H)K Al.l.; 

Adventure Into Outer Sfiare 
KORBIOIIKN PI.ANKT" TKCMNKOLOR 
C'iiinr i aii4ionft 


I «it tiftS. 
O'an«0-4«(. 
Kh«e «i> 
•*cr 


Violated hia par- 
don by retummp to Texas with 
Daniel 


hopes Governor Price 
will return him to prison. He 
hopes the prison doctor can 
help hU asthma. If not. '*1 can 
die there " 

Couphinp constantly and 
hleedmp from the mouth, Mc- 
Kenzie told his sinrv to a re 
porter while between planes 
here on hia wa> to Austin. 


AI)M|s.SlO.N: 1 (AN OF VOOti 


Gifts (or 
Everybody 


JtJIlN DlFKKNftAKKR 
' . . 4 enpaping lutuie' 


^ SJUS fM MAf^DY SCO*U.£TS 


\ never 
felt better 
so fast 
in my life!' 


New Zealand l*raised 


(St^SPORTSl 

EQUIPMENTS 


John D. Hailed 
As Strong iMan 


NiicceHtinK fur Her . 

• rrfnrk r^rlMat* 

• i niltch 

• «.tn Mfu rxdivr'*. 
ShHlUn. Mat rkrivr. 
ar«la«. ril 

• < WnUlft kf tk» Sr*l 


Treat yournelf and friends 
to >>ur rainou<k FNI>l.|sH 
>ll\, niir t-holte a<*M>rlment 
<tf over 00 varielieH of the 
»er> t*e^t lmi>orled |- nc 
llsh toffee«t — fh«M'olate*i, 
ooiiKat*k. Mth renlreii, Ixilled 
sweets and other *70^ 
tavty jtieeeH. Only. Ih. I O 

Fnafloh Rloa-ults. Marxlpans. 
I.iqiieurs. Sugar Mhe and 
^lanv KpM-bing Fitierx 
Our ( hina and Novelty Gift 
set'linn l«k Overfolwlng U'lMv 
.^lany Helpful Suggnttlons 
for ^ ou 


Bowling Shite 

Bags 

\ {lit S»KTer 4 86 • 
BalU I 

\olt Basket 4 AS 

hsIN i 

Itolf i 

t mltrellaa - I 

Golf shiMitlng 
.Stu-U 

The \nv Shuttle 
l^top (laine 
Pai kaged O 
Golf Ralls O for 


V KumpUA Koom Shuffle 

^ Iwtard 

^ Sett - 

> Steering 7 ‘*8 

^ Sleigh^ . « 

^ Dart Board*.— OSO 

^ Omihle Tai-ed • 

J t.nir 7 ®a 

T Bagt I 

h 10 Pin Bowling C»8 


introdiuing Diefenoaker at a 
*.i.ite lun< heon ».itoni most of 
ti ('anAdH i 

Wf-ihli of re».iMin-f»#, the SI. 
I..twirnrr .seewxy and the 
('.loedino coveinmeiit » noiih- 
rtn dev flopnionl jii-n.- 

Me •h.ud I’Mnada i- p'iiib r« 
ti.-; ofTii- ''•'f' of the Indus* 

trill o.-MHie*. of inr world. 

:;t- i«- i:..’ leader of Hie 

moiiweHlih ■■ 

In a liMdinc rMliUiual th# 
Welluurioii nofumion wH- 
I omiMl the Cuhdillan leadi i n% 
an ■■enC'iK'uu’ and forreful fig- 
uA' w'tti) a sirmig attachment 
to the Commonwi’glth ■■ 


WKLLINGTON New Zea 
land <CP' New Zealan»l. 
which put* a high jatmg on 
both ('j'ladwin nnd Common 
woMllh AtoiK. ha*- given a 
warm wi-h-ome in Piime Mm 
isier Du’h'nnakei 

-Sinie fiiefen*' Xn •-Vll 

.Mond.!), Canada and it* piime 
mimstei both have j«'4{-i\ed 
glowing ptaiAe in •.piTche*. and 
newsjMper editoilaU I’aiMda 
<■> dei'ii ied ae a golden land of 
i.pporlunil> and DiefetiPoker 
as the emergent strong man of 
the t'ommonwealth. 

Prime Mlmater Walter Na.sh. 


SuggeKlIoiis for Him . . 

• ahatini 

S>.«a laciwaini •VraUrlk 
• •4 Ota e#l'« 


cold Ubiets 


!• 

rr»*rriro«a« 

CtriKtrr 


New Vicks Buffered Cold Tablets 


t HOCKING & FORBES ^ 

> SFOKTING GOODS LTD. 7 


buffered to relieve colds 
sinus pain extra fast! 


THE ENGLISH 
SWEET SHOP 

The Sweetest Shop In Town 
CppriKife the ( rtwMwalk 
In the 70(1 Block 


ORME ; 

Preseriptionx Ltd. ^ 
767 YATKS EV 4 9.rifl g 
^ wi fes vts m f<» m Ml 


PHONK i:VS-2»42 


fS'o Franpr Divernion? 


1. Buflerad formula proved extra 
fastf Laboratory teviv at a famouv 
umvcrvity proved that nevw Vkrivv RuG 
fcrcd Colli 1 ablets vpeed cold-and- 
siniiv pain relieverv out of vour «i>m- 
avh all through your body extra favt. 

2. Helps drain smus cavities, clear 
nasal congestton . . . relieves (ever, 
headaches. New Vicks Ruffered ( old 
lablcu not only reduve fever, leliese 
hc.tdiuhcv . . . •'pcc.al decongr*(aniv 
relieve nasal tongcsiion. help drain 
clogged vmuv cavities 

3. Picks you up fast wrhen you must 
keep working. Siimulatins medica- 
tionv relieve that tired, draggcd-oul 
leehng of a cold . . . help you (eel 
more alert. 


wAsiiiMrroN (CPj c< 
-flinals Tui'*.{ias ■-’Ti'M's'-iiI 
- light at Cantida « ap(>air>nl 
rradmr>*5 to tirgotM'r with 
ihc Cnitcd .Stains an agr»*o 
m«*nl for mor^iaiis#* dfvolnp- 
menf of the watpi rosouri-rs 
of the ('olumhla River, 

"Thif If what we have been 
walling for for a long time " 
a government apoke«imsn .said, 
commenting on a staiemenf in 
Ottawa lam Friday by Arling 


f’rirup MiuGii ‘1 Howard Green 
that >ie|>H t»i mmpleic vinh 
an iigM'{*menl will he taken 
"at f*n»-e 

Ofli'lals heir inleiprrte<) 
the (licen staiemenr ftj* indi- 
cating Canada hru given up 
am ihoiighi rvf dlverling come 
of the wa’ers of the Columbia 

whi< h rises in Brltlxh Colum- 
hiA and flowa through the 
pciwer hungry norihwe-tern 
L' - Into the Fraser Riser 

Moth governrnent offuiala 
and polttisiana reprr*seniinc 
Ihe northwest aiairs have 
npfvvsed the diversion pro- 
posals first put forward hy 
( nnada hei'auxe It would 
deprive potential power site* 
on the G S- leg nf the river of 
much needed water. 


BIRKS ANNOUNCE 


Viefct •ufttrvtf 

Caid Tafeitts 

hav* r*t* tsil- 

<C(I thil tpR-t 

■ecdictiioa 
■ hroufii your 
body IP ttUesc 
psi-" ' <ol4« 


autlarsd ac- 
tien beir* to 
•r««) mrdics* 
uoe out ol lb« 
•lonscb Into 
ynur betfr’i 
bloMlfirtam to 
fciMvo paiaful 
cetd-tod*iietu 
ouedax 


THE RK-INTROm CTION OF 


'OLD ENGLISH" PATTERN 

IN REGENCY PLATE FLATWARE 


cold tablets 


BUFFFReO 


$5,000 
Or Die? 
Threat 


Now choose from five patterns 

BIRKS REGENCY 

silver plate ^ all at otw price 


NF-USON I CP I Police are 
Inve-.ti^iiiing an annnymnus 
telephone demand that the 
niMii.igei nl Ihe tm[>erMl Rank 
of I'anada pla»”e Y'lxg) m a 
truck I'l you ate a dead man 
.Manager W .1 F.hdnn ataied 
the ealler told him 

*'I.i*ien to me and get thla 

slraigt'i 

"Wrap up L^imfi and thrrwv 
It in the blue half 'on truck 
parked behind the hank 

If you dnn t. you are a dead 
man " 


>4 o«uau aM 70^ 

|tf nwrahaaaO open iincv, (7. SO) 

t WMCWtn 1 Vnrft 

»uy«( *f I4'V| 

• ipoaa t ■»»•' *oou 

♦4-p»aou Md 87*® 

4n parehaaed open xtnek 97.00) 


*tl'p'V« 7 Uh<««i.uo.w 

t *M«a> MMoa t -wiMe r; ->w« 

a Wiviwunt I h..ti»> kn,<« 

•a-pa*«a a*« lOO^ 

Iff (turchawid open mock tf?.00' 
a -(fga iMiunon* I 

*aVKl« *Vhn..»t 

• laMfm.n* t bull*' *->'• 

I »«i*<i >o>ka 


Clerk Admits 


from BirkA Sitrer CmJlAtwtpM 


Now available for the first time, 
Hiram Walker's Gold Crest 
is a superb Canadian Whisky 
light and fine . . . 
meUowed to glorious golden 
maturity for the pleasure 
of the connoisseur. 


ALL FIVK FATTCRNft 
ARB AVAILABLE - OPBN STOCK 

lAll pallerna — iam« pr»oe) 


•O-pieo* #•( 122** 

purefsaaed open vlnrk. 136.70) 

• iMMMMn* • *«l*e lAr*t 

e >6'v* } < 

f a >••••.' MnA.a 

I *..••• *|ta*A i bull*' VAiH 

a 

tr av'«*r IrTMvua 

•ntf lo<v« awM">*4 


SPOKANE lAP. .Inhn 
Baker 4.S a former xhipping 
f'lerk plnaded guilty Wrdnea- 
day to grand tarcenv for a 
aciveme that netted him an eg- 
fim.»ied Sionfin in atoien 
gr^tda r.ver the iaat «ix >eara 
from Montgomery Ward and 
Co here 

Deputy proxeeijior Juetin 
Qiurkenhuvh xald the theft 
K< heme may have «far»ed in 
or 12 sear* ago. long before 
Baker got involvyud and (hat 
the iova might exr-eed SlOO fitiO. 

Baker wax aeruaed of tak- 
ing drtrena of llema. (*lg and 
vmall. over the yeara by ahip- 
pitig them opr (o hia houie 
or the home* of fner»d» with- 
out making out hllla 

More than a doien peranna 
we?r Involved In Ihe aalea 
with Baker, Quarkenhiiah 
aaid and ’wn of them have 
ple4'1e«| guilty of pr>a«eMing 
•('lien f»»nd* 


Cotfea Sprvw .s . 
6 o clock Taaaoooo 
La 'oa Spoon 
Oevaed Spoon , , 

Suup Sponn 
C'aam Soup Spoon 
Tahia Spoon .... 
Deaaail Forit , , 
D-nnar Fork , „ ... 
fvatad Fork ... 

Oevverl Kn>fo . . 
O'nnar Kmta . _ 
Buua> Spreadar 
if'ai- . 

Butiar Spreadar 
(hollow; 


Butter Knife. 

Cold Meat Fork. . 
riftvv Ladta 
Sugar Spooo 
Meji Ca'vera -Pa-r 

S*eai 

P'Ckia Fork 
P<e Knitp fietiMa- 
P-a Kn-fe fo'oed - 
Sugar Tonga . «. « 

Barry Sponn . _ 
Cake Knda 

Sia>niaaa>. >*•. « 
Chfteaa Knifa 
Siatniaaa) ..... 
ChMaa Snoarar . ^ 


WALKER'S 
GOLD CREST 

aL MUMMUMU* iy 


WALKER'S 
GOLD CREST 


AND INTRODUCING - 

THE BEAUTIFUL NEW 'TABOURET 

WITH 60 -PIECE .SET OK 

REGENCY FLATWARE I Oa 


OTTfaOOUClffO 
to* bMutlfwi 

w-ia ao-r-w* mi m 

Ptjw'i, niiwira. 


If Purrhxaed Open Stork SI65A4 


tl ourtktitn MM 

*tMh. iia.M< 


AIX SKTS AV AILABLE ON 
BIRKS R( iKil-rr PLAN 

I>ow M 10''( Dnwn — fUlftnce ia Coavenleot 
Moothly PaymenU 

PHONE EV 2-4241 




BIRKS 

SILVERSMITHS 

7M-7(M YATES STREI-rr 


NO DOUt'N PAYMENT 


HIRAM WALKER Sc SONSs LIMITED-w AiBtKviti.t 

DtaT<ui.CMa oe eiwt wNiantta eo« ®vt» 





Vicfom,BC,*n.ar».. Df<. 


32 Boilii (Xllloul2t 


darden Notes 




uKAe “1** f«£-5>»e«ctpc 

tS.T or THf SECOND 

CiNFS «£Q( 


COuvO OK*.'! 5PCAK 
*E 0 knCw T“E ' 
SEASON rOO fMf 
«OC<£TS FALUPf 


OUiDAMCe 

SYSTEM. 

occToa - 
^ae«£a : 


We Owe Debt lo Davy 


SKI 6IN(R«L 
pASCOMd -1 >E 

rouwO it: m 


Bv M. \ . ( HE>M T, H(HS 


l)Hl >IIU e\CT Ul WOlHlOt hnw 

(he ’•Iti'r’iH n/ Vittxiia ilo'ir 

nan.' NtrM/H«' Toirr\jt* I»nujjUi> 
anil a tluznii «rh«’r« all ho'.nt Ihn 
jnnnmry of raiK r\{i)»M«MN ami l‘=, 
tU-; tif ihr r.ni ili< f> u.".! 


! ' • n;)i i>'i i'iu‘ I'l 

■ ' , •- i .. atul 
svi'ir Uie ^aial. itaui- 
til- a. till' I 
.'.‘‘..I •puuv l‘. «-i 
. Kli I •HP-i'U I I s , 


• m t lOM'i V\a% a 


im* naUH-? ot fw.iiu-- wui-iii i i <i! 
uik.^ii the mrik turn. ~ ai< |xm 

|M-Miafr«l in lhl^ wa> anti ihiNi i^ a 
ii-ilalh Ihltli (•( dikt'ivi'{i| III litiil Inl 
Um’ ■■Vie nimmoM ,v.; lrn 
nnvu't t'lutkia toKcN II-. nami' Irnm 
Ihf t'l.tik i>f ‘tir l^*''l*i aril] Clhik i’\ 
(KiJifHin tn ihr Paiitic v'l’a**! v>ur n«- 

TiM' Hin«-ri'i"' la*vvr-ia I'NitMV.t 

liuJiUik ]iatlm'i. v.apl. 
la w i‘ 

}| Ik hUi|UlNlMt; lii'W nCi'ii «• U ' 
Vn.liiii .1 plare amt «>lirfi| l■.llnn& i'lop 
U)i Mjjalll Ml n*if- 1 - . I>f lil.ifi!-. IM'I 

h.l|>S not M'O ^urpllMM(• Ml IllMt. \vtlt‘!l 

yii> I In Ihiok VVII.il N h.ip|>> 

ilnllllllj: linni”l( llu*- •• (n| 'hn 

l•lll.^l.l•.! .iiul r\|-! 

Uihfi i > ' I H‘S iMtHiuir a 

;-ir.il<’l Mil Ilf '•1i- -111 I'Vniv 

1 1 1 il • 1 1 11 Jil l « • •.‘•I't -‘'r 

IM I lii'> Il ..M* ul IIM' 

>imilariiy o| « lrr..i'' - 


mAvE Wv 6 uwCfcATf 
IMOtKA'NOOii’' 


NQNVfSvAZe tkEN:'J. 60 O«SR 1 D 
kAS«rr 5«OWN UP H6MCTEv':>»<-t'.P 
- JuPOE." ; . SEt*CA'NM.NOcP, 

' i .. Wk*C-*»£»'' . 


M iiH lut\ 4'..n,p.iii> O' ‘•t'lM' iii.it' I 
Janin- D" f.rst mi Kott’^Van 

ioij\<T I'll tl-.i' ColuriM'-ti I .t't 

In \’; ‘ M*‘ W.T- .1 

H’nt ‘■fiilMm tlid a Hav fhip 

Ir.iM f"i h'.na’ Wit:- -Ut I'nn »»f 
i oi.r. '. 111 ! nl iiut.y pi-'- 's fli.il 
krnlv n>ii-ii;m-il t') I Ml 

\ft Ml; 

M‘ir ir.»Moi f"t I i*- M'.trlr-t 111 
p',;-‘i' l'« M'i.i''i|al Mi'iIIi'MI •tl|ilr>'tS 
rmiM atinml a levs It'ciuif" m l>nian\. 

Ik u^ullllv U>"ki'il 

upori at- il 0"ll hill hi-i I'V.i 

ttiit In <;iiivt;o\v ihn pi<M. t 
lii.laiiV \S illlaiii II iiki-i U.f I'M'' if 

(Iti.vft |MS|I|M'(| IlMl'.l-ls V.; f- 

tl .-,.1 .iMit al N',i- ti'*'li. ..i‘i*- 

I I*. ''H IM .1 (I 1||»\ hlilMii"- Mt 


Mr- 11 

1 '.i\ ul I Vi<i> t .•!' a * ’ .••>}: 

llVj I''** M-.«> Mr •_ • ’ i'[ I 'l r 
i MaimsI iMi' >s ''"li' ' ' I 

('tia«l III t"*- p..ii.i ! iii.i.- 

(,'•■ V f..i Mil' K-m i| |i, 

>Mi« irl\ itMil hiS i tN'-: 
luiii.i 1- u ' ul't '-'.ikt' I Miv V < 
Allili llol lir1l t '"K * ‘ ■ 
k .Jr 

Tilt* Jl'l of . i!.- ; 1 \ , I 
tMal.'<-i|. ' |.i . .. 

kih •‘.‘..flM.i il iMi' II II 
5 |l'|r I 'I 1 |r;,l|v I. 


I WISH VCKJ WOULDN r> 
WAKg 

KMO-al t— 

maOO it is f 

C€TB*C< .la^ T> 0", , 

' ' r< A J 


DAGWOOD.WAKeUP/ 

i vou RE WALKING 

fc - ' ..f IN VOUR 
I SLEEP: 


rt'jk and MT'ikv |n"o;:i- |.«- iiiii'k 

a •M'lik n Ihr i- ,.<!> of hi» |•n|•>l^ 
\t litt'lt iirvi'i It'll 'l.i-rn (iv t«s IIh-% 

lived. Afuiiltir ».f lii- viki'lf"': v\ • 
Tmiv III r>i ■<•/ III ' M III I .1 \ lit I i.f \t III M 
IMa flmu'la* In 

Ait'hii'.il'! u . 1 lirrn 

fAiht i l.i«l Will. L'aht t‘ ’<rll - I 


Shtvrs" Shurc Ixrtroat 


.smdt eooM 
FoeAtjy OOufl'", 
AV5ASSAD09 . k£ 9 

ireAC".' ' 


Ol 7 NICHOLAS >9 
«EP4f£D TO iV N 
A 6 uOrOL« 

. CTOPVCC^CX? 
COUWffv a«*.a 

eos'ov ^ 


W PA, SAv* k.OTwilg ’5w 7P£ 9£S H'U 
m£ s PEADvCOt?£v£fy'nU;0 Am 
«’».Ow6£rA-:-.v WHAT" :-r- y 
Vi“£»JiTHAPP6dS< J5 K a 


V \.NL'Ol \ t:R *t'p “! hv rioViTio If h-i« iM 

, rt» . , rd '“■iii 1 . • >1 '1 • liin pnijiiirl nf H 

n.wK'- ‘‘'ho ha» lived Jo* '<l- ui a seiluUM mr..iiv 

I ..ilonv- 

lln vv.i" Idffti ifi'tl ."i« fl'H MiKailanr a br*d M>I'*rn 
b'.l 'll h.tod.stvmp aiv fo.*:; ; wiio brlirw-d hr *-;r 1 lll•eu 
rhnsnii in pioai’K a latlir.il i* I L’"'** to Ihow vvliu sooyhl 
t.im tuil III ill mnui'l.ii'i irtH'.H. 

H rii-. 1 i..*i' h.nl hi*un kr-iiVVli to stotia uf|i :•'> n| 
rntTiinMMiii»*s im ii.n muUi >lioir <if RuiiaiU Irdf* a.iys 

liont \' ■ ' ■ M.M rt , lull lu'tt i.i'%i'i bt't'ii nvaide pubhi. 

Pioi.iip rt'pniinf Tiim lla/liit kaid he arramhled 
along mill of ii;t!’!'* on m*aih> Hollvbum Mountain to 
LTt to a ••f.iiiiii*ii. . beautifully kept cabin whne the 


^ Pi.O'W'WC ^ 

S££ 6 ’'^SH£gBN.C*tOcAS Aj 
^A!Z P'SHT -mEoTOPE h£ £ 
9 Ay$THCGV/y<v.'CTE.'evJ ^ 
HUW 4 U — MDCe U<£ ^ 

AVACh-»j 6 ‘ yl-- - 


I tie i.ii • I iv.il I ■ 

I • \i0 t;- ''a 1 h-iil h/r-i Ml 

a l.f Ititf - i-lfis iM'rt iitul 

Sv'liool 

" We laiig'if hr; ..i.inlV' 

*■ ■p it I v.r. ■ ,vtiu i.j ''Mil. 

‘ -e 1 il.til vvl'i-ii I vx : ;-;;5 

I n-M l.f. f Mifi .. ,1 •! 

toi.ii but *••.»« IS I'-r* fl t.!( i 

lU/.tlU -.:;tl hf v\ni|(/| ti.l pii im.- i,» i.- ' f, i! i,.«n 

thr- flow of j.m: -.-ipv’ ‘i j-um.I , a vv-^ 

mocltd.ltoii fitnii tllO liUI Ml.lt- 

But he ti.ul f.iif.asl I' *- • ''ll '.f the vvtiiM llu- e 

VV ei e vt'x ri .<1 lif.i X t ■ a . I de»i i .Iv’. I h . ti: m x . nf l 'f 
rahin *t'i a "‘Uiii'ise nf hihlifa) lejeieiie n'lj 


1 vv.thoxit 


MADA'AE.’.'- ^ 
V.NOJSTHE / 
MOST < 
KEaCENAKV, 

merciless ^ 
Killer IN ALL 
these X. - 
mas? I A 


NEHA'^rrMEAN. ^ 
E XAC KLN //- 1 T% OFST 
THLT LIVIN' CR TTTRS 
AN^4C^fSHiM. MEDO.T 
Lt<XTH’SCU>;D O'^ 
BREATM-N 


V.mERE '5 
► HS ^ 
H!C>E‘ ) 
OUT? J 


'fO'iS AILIN' Vt'WAR HE 

IS. BECUZ. M3 WISHES 

TO AVOID M'L*. 

NATTHERLV'/ J 


BE'fOND 
TH'OLE 
CEMETERV 
. O' .. 
CXXJRSE. J 


SV'L'N" ) 

‘ ZACK, ' 

natwerlv:? 


NATURALLY- 


|{y Slieilali (*ni!iain 


llolIvvMKxi Today 


What a Success Story! 


/iM.SSO.AMA'.iVIVMtfS * 


lirnita I niman. 'a • -ipins for her 
li'.' ‘---riu III la'nd-i.. The vvrdd ■ ,a 
r.ei Ini ChiMtmav • the ' .> 

ftit.tx'. XX ill 1-1 '• .1' II- - i ’ e 

nvf'xtf iMiPMupied t'> Tyrone Tovver'a 
di'All' Ik I ompleted 


HOLLYWOOD iNA.NA* Luellle 
Ball and Dekl Arnai made $’rKE>. 
octet m one day for ti'em'.elve.k on a 
raplUiR.li > hrfiiF in ihp luri ''’.e« of 
Iheir Iie«il‘i r-.mpflny tr> puhlie In 
\e*.toi5. What a surcess *ior> ihmi.v 


T~-sx sc was 
. <£ A MAC PAS SAM I 
I courvr ka.ncl£ hm j 


Idl NP f 


Rod NJelicer 'ipitetl hi' life 
uher ' ' .. .1 the stet i onl* iliai w ill 
h* ux-ed for hl» Brnailway role in 
‘■nii-h- rion '* Tl'e VMxoden Vr'iely 
dirln'J make the iichl kind of noi'»e. 


>'f 'The 1 r,n 


*<lr LMo'loii I liiirt-tdll. long a fan 
4. ret, I 4,ir)m. spe. ' the rveiMiig 
•Im biritid.f in hi’ tin'oe 


■ If (*e«ir(r Sniiderk jfl*eahn|» 

• ' ai d VTieh i with 

Rr.viiner m Madrid, hiidel-'hr 


ITe Daily (iross-Vlord I’liz/.lc 


Vi inniii" Conlraet 


- . *,x annwtk'i to BKinr.r qi iz 

taf — 

Tl'H I' • hitlx I hfx I • 

AklOfil ^ 2*654 -la-.min,. ... 'r'M.n.j ir 

^ .MO 3 ^ V . It x.j.i,i.-f -.sking paitiif, I . sh<» - 

^ T f* S' t.t ^ maim Re-.t.i'.e oi 

* ® I 2 IfJ 3 3 . , .louhleJ---; dinmoi-'J bf'u'i, 

r^i ‘*** mnte vain .nie if 

plave'i ;■ ii Injmp r|f . •••rai.nn 
A AA 42 If North ha* nmhri ma «k 

C‘J 10 073 C <3 2 :^MUth« fnm poi"-* are .x.iffi 

4 2 0 d 7 fi 3 rieni to I'.'iif' a MU't. i-'t of 

^fll 3 AH 5 t 2 three i.o tlump. 

*73 Ip; Tliice tirej-t* W'half'.ei 

(f) North lehuK 'eyrepl fr 

(*•) Akfi 2 hraii»i x'»uih vviil rriurn ' 

A t 2 '10 7 3 four hMite By h'drlr-..' mm* 

y Kt.M^SSl P -> 4 muTfi’ he shnw'. a heai I i.iivf. 

<‘0 32 *AJ 42 u Kour heaiu T 1 k ahf.u ' 

• Fix.ard ault a". I a ■. "Od 
hand, hut one wh It ee'.'.’- 
' lo xxei lh«" lO pi. If'- im ill'' 

hid of two no .jj^irmtitinnal y.ti »f 
10 points npi-ier lus a mav 'I'o "■ 

. d hand whi* li mti*i eluding the 

tenkf M„e stopper he . at. move l0'« d ■ — 

.1 iiv id' Pa>» 'fhi I..- • l p ‘'‘• 

III-... I 'I .V gonr! plex !■ • u '• 

•fv rxf till* i.niM.Mfre. It I. 'It. xvise !•* hnl i'-''!'' 

ll> a p(». it I..U »U ^l|••l•| U-i '•■‘f p.Ht'Ui It I'l't 


A~rw. \tfEFl» PLAtPiNG 
KW ) UefTiLTHE 
H'S> 4 f / T.=T IS 

^ r,»-P TmT -r' 




t«/M0 AirmCRIZEP I / WEU. PANAiT - . 

7H--7ms Picnics s.-a.vr: iTHc 

'VC«.'PRECERT?0NIJT»/ 

' I AfioiTH-’ : rir 

— ' -4^1 \ trw.5Ar-x'd>c^;a 

. *J 1 \ V FfWJt-r- 




la wv« 

I Of CHR»«TMA 4 ‘ >6 

f09. T 4 CHfCKM. CA^s* 

“-X-- AS' 4 :-Axv<m' jM 

^ '‘Twj /J 


sew dCTTA Y 00 I LOCK . 

AOVS f.-T *5 / L<lA 
ixtiTM: I POiftfKyr 


0 €A YA'HCVWMAf 
AU- 0 - |CNfC^T»fW 

k pAxrscSs 


IlV f HWW- 
Wrsay 


VSW \C* 

MaMRO? 


Win Thanks! 


Put an open box of 
Wriglay's Spearmint Gum 
under the tree 

family and frienda help fhem- 
aelvnt to thia whnieaome. Mlisfying 
treat, hveryone liLea ii, and tt'a w> 
ine»pen.Mve Pul aevrral boiea under 

yovtr tree nr arourtd the hou<*e They'll 

appreciate your thoughtfulness. 

Note; Wrt0l^’$ Sptarmtnt Gum nmtt m 
ingMt CArufmoj nlourt — rfd antf f'wn on 
uAtfe 


vTtxV Y.1,1. rr:'«-f 5 scR 
FICXAF'SM! CAHCvt^' : 
■\ H'M TCMCCi. .-- , 

\ : a locv 

\ TM£ CT- 


rsS* 

IfAOC^ 


I KAV« eFF*l S!HT 
TO Ptek© SCO TO 
ONE W»0 WOWS 
ABOWr t>€ EM£RAlO 
6CARA9~ 


Tkf^ 6CC5 v<e 
C^TjCnvC HCW, 
VCV Kvro WhAT 


TMfY mi «f •norr 
cMAa o'C rsT*Nrrt» 
rA »4 *c*f«’^i ¥.m«y 

rcn 9MIPMCVT HAS 
£ONC mOMC (ARit 
R xiA^SCCSkiHEff. 
VR k'CB'. ^ 


M fKM \ii\ \\( r. 

• xAiil tv ,'.n repuUf 

pr'Miu. >«| I (tdioiAiilitpey f'*r 

tn lyyj. 




I KUi.ii sAi.r.s 

■ .11' ieR;«tikti..i>« Ir. Sweden 
for *he fir«i 10 months e.f IV.N 
Mere 2 '» per ^er t below the 
lAme period of 1937. 


vpS. 

T«hai». 



1 


iWJt\ 


i • 

11 


« 1 

& i 



\n» 








lAVimrs in the \phs 


Bnllll (fplonlfit Viflom. B C.. T^on., Dec. H. 1B58 33 









Ouwn \ 


LAGER BEER 


SoC fKT TWO or MAO dog KitUR f 

Mod-do9 liill«r * 

r vr ' 0 uA-To- 0 un on ^ 
^ "Gonmon't 

.Jiff tx. Woihr \ 


SUly dfinr piiEM and SA'.jA 
In ra%h Mill icn In pUyrrA ttl 
\ 1 < U>ria OpiliitUi ( liih hlncn 
at % |i in. lonlchi In < >iilrai 
diininr Hlth SrhiMil aiidlt<»r' 
tuin. 

I’htrw wisliln Ui It'' iht'lr 


I.T I I'lpJorniUC 

it'}HirtiHi ihd' (iHt. 

'>1 f«40 '^rnv. liuin hi* 

l» ; • 4' I.r-ii of -Sourt (MH-ur 
■ ■; ■ Impnitan* 

Ifni In ihf 


'll f1 u.. •; . ■ 

i<-. !{••«. 1 II. l)i»ntmii, 


Ik * li nin llk t umi'*'* H- * > 
• .'f l 4 *i» l.)lin. ' 


tl«‘ki*tN In ad\anrr. IKmh'^ 
o|M*h at 7 p.in. 

from thn Idneo 
Mill CO i 4 mard% Jiininr 
hall. Ha)H* Ruth Itall li*ain» 
ami iiihrr ynuth aiilvitlra. 


I >: Ml J.N ffo' , j r>anlsh 
( mmt t r*'%lrn Kritlfrik \dajii 
r. martkod nmiah 
• li Mnfinia llar 

rk*>. Iiti*' Tl-.r . n 

•It ••l.J 'rr M.is a Mil 


USED CAR? 
MORRISON 


KATHRYN GRANT • JAMES DARRIN 
. Micm SHiufiMMiur 

CiNGMaScOPC U'HMiCIXOM 


Seven-T-KItchen 

CHINESE FOOD 


ori H raoM 1 r h. 
ikie uiu\Kav 

riiOSC iT 4-Mt4 


MIOIAKl. U ILDI.NG 

. . . dff*’*irl.< I-ir 

4 lir'i II- ' , lUrrv 

'I ‘ -I* ATLANTA. ii.i A ntisiil.il IlKTIlOn* Wiu'ji Jut liua- 

. MS',” dPflfiifd m ihr I'.isr of hand Ma«'ri ..j> h<,in»*- 

• ' 1 !., t**'«*r*»' RrlKhl. nf lak- m .uln whip hr, lu‘ left it 

: iii'i il m.ir I*.-: ' m Hip 1 '< 1 12 lmi'’hMic tidiwuu: '• Hn* kiichon m .»!1 

o| ,« .'i-uish 'fPii'lp, '• foi pv\.'-.;: ,..ii rfhvi Insli 

• * iiu\ k.«l *» to 3 fin f!!ti \|V, i.ura I'airMoki in a 

[ J- M... ' ‘ ■ tllS II* |l.’l .-V Sllf (I ht> 

Irtrl \h-\anHpf nf * * * t,.,d ,,, p-vi hnlintv in 

•. with OI.VMl'IA t.uViTMor \IIhtI hii «1 ss.tni.Mj j„.r im 

. • .,J H'>^IMn| li. *1 l.lnsd K NrlsMll, .••■lie Up It, |i%. = } ' r.t'i 

I Inifl.:.:-. of Iho I.Hn lii'iiMrl r.ifmii " DiSn-..- 

nii'm of ••i.nipi.il admmi'iira * • * 

t. . to a s-pvv yoRK Tl.n imUli-h- 

* * .r.-.. iJion of -.in'o I.miHm,.. Rroshi - 

M'l! •:T-‘-IN I'lMltU.-. in Ihc llopait , . ,( 

( IlIlT \\ Nlkln^ monl. 1 f<.r .n 


H 7 PK JOHN 


MEMORIAL ARENA 


V.U: 

1.0 Will 


Hkalinc <>ift Th kotH for 
< hnvtniAH .tOi and 1 p 
nil Rvotr. iiM II 

Mln«t li*rhfr TM-tM>a 

S* 4 'n • 1 » ID IM ■ ■ 

S*«.-a II W I w f a 

a«|tnnvr« I ui t u> |i a 

P«bl>« itk*(la| « «#.•«• fa 
I w« aa f a 
Mtnai lliMhar « aa 1 •» f ai 

P.iMlr -SkaOiic ■ >• M « a 

Sl.« .(aaa > 1 «M M ai f a 

>1 »aa > II w- 1* M f a 

I Kllisr. OM ■■ 

I HM(ar* • M> I ■ aa • a 

> *a'fl 1 1 W * w a a 

Pan <■ artalaa i ta s m f a 

V .i JkX. - - na. T aa f a 

blaarnl Jaah a «a laaa pa* 

V n O Rar la ai II aa f « 

Varfaat II M.|* M fa 


A.NOTIIKK M’.AKKI.lNTi ( O.MKDV HIT 


HAGING INFERNO OFWAR! 


TO KILL OR BE KILLED! ■ 


CARY SOmiA 
GRANT LRRBN 


•I dnerl w«»* 


“golly It's fun to 
build Moccano 
models! ' 


SQUAD 


TECHNICOLOR* 

VtTIlA' < aftaaM • — fkiHira I f 
»aal«r« I IV 4 II « II. : • 1 

:mv till 2 p.iii. 
riilhlrpii ‘.'ik- till .7 p.m. 
NOW SHOWlNt; 


Island Contracts 
Total $110,000 


Tank Rallalk'in 


Alijtr lotiii Ma» tn.m* 
Ui.in S'HjtJOiiO an.l ii.< luih-ii • 

Kj.ii. Hio Kiiiti.iii tn (Jranhy 
t\u,-.lr ;i. t;Oi. |-;<|uiimuMil 

1 . . .1 , \ ai i li t: * : \ I for liro.ik' 

M.;*;"' 'itikliMii at ll«Mii;ii 

ILjv 5s<oniiil.i 


tENECADE BY BIRTH 


CUNSlINGER BY CHOICE 


IT CHALLENGED THE SUPREME 
POWER OF THE UNIVERSE! 


fk* SI ? 

'»• \ ■' i H <*•”■’?? ••i'»ion f" 

. I . 'inin 

I*t 'MP ... ' •. '■< • nl qn I! • 
i.,i M. SMTJ .7 pi'#,rlr . ; fun 
l» -ilim; l.ltl W, ? V/j. i.iU\P! 

NfM p»i«t oflirr Wrilliifilon, 
Slo.LlL' \\ J Pirk 
finn So|th V.mroiivrr. 

,'J;Sr!rift lllirlcinjt. 'TItih 
Kufi'*r Island®. S 2 -* I'W^ Gilli»y 
R. o« Ltd Nrw V\>Mmin«trr 


MECCANO. ..THE IDEAL 
GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS 


ITS 

TKKKOK IHC 

IN 

TKKKOK-C OI.OR 

41 t «S. « •». • U 


Enlfrtaln' 

mpnt 


POR mr I aft ,iMK HElia -in 

hit »i»i -.'isirf - - 

talar ramart], rnmanra Ma.tr, 
tM;Sr»o 


Boys havo greaJ fun building with MECCANO. 
Bridges, cranes, helicopters, tanks, planes, in fact 
hundreds of models of oil 
kinds are built from easy* 
fo-follow insctructions. 

MECCANO is engi- 
neering for boys. By 
odding accessory outLts 
it is a fascinating hobby 
thol grows with the boys. 

See MECCANO OUT- 
FITS of your deoler’s. 


jt pt.»rt«fnMn 


n»ara • W 

CaaflMa ftai.atMi • It aa4 • «S 
r.alar. a 1) aa4 t ■( 


MECCANO 

MAGAZINE 

Saa4 ~ ' obout rocSf't, 
p na«i, ,«i PI. ra<iroa-ti, 
Matce-o a^dal hwt.diag 
end eibtr hebbiai .n 

wlCC»NO wiOAfinf, 

enlf 1 Sr • $ | •') ■ 

yaor peiipitid kotn yowr 
daalat or »KC4NO ITD.. 
675 King St. W«il, 
TOeONTO 


Scot I Klccted 
B\ Humanist! 


.srAUTS rOMl.llT 
II ST roK \oi ■ 


Human 


Mcmh-'! of V 

I :.ip 


Flora Robson 
INHOCENT SINNERS 


■ ; <IXM hiMM 1,1-1 . • ' . 
IIIMT .t<‘Un Kinari Wl’ll 
I..W1I1’ .MIh-M j.” • 

I R:.. i.iig rommil 

m,-n,h.‘ 


Thr nwHt dUbolIrnI and maniat-al fiend whn’d 
p\ rr rut your heart out . . . and hand it to yuu ! 


TOMr.HT 4f ' It 

thf; I..WV .\M> 
.IXKK W VDF- 

C in»aaa,«f* •nf I 

tni ar t ivi na an nun 
liuiaa riiaui4 ours® 


Stalck's Hardware 


Robinson's Sporting; 
Goods 

.S07 Rrr.ad K\ A 

Fan to 


f*f«la>Bl| KafulM«H 


WHO WALKED 
THE WEST 


Barber & Noldcroft 
Ltd. 

1B77 ISoiiiilaa FV lfi.SH 
Tun fo r.’o , ' /rii! 


It Pays to Buy 
Nationally Advertisad 
Products 


21” CONSOLE TV 


FEATURING 


a Morlem Off llin-k fxir .Rts’.ln^, 
a Slopliie Sja.ikrr r.iml 

a mil U‘' ; Di'.lnnrn 

Omli ol 

a I.AR(;i:.^r ?Vi' - h Snccn 

a w .limit nr nioiiil 


UruiilAr $i!l!l.mi 


FREE DELIVERY 


Toit ADytariecb^HT '■ hot ecewanao oa D<erv«vto ■* ®Mf ciooo* conraoi. eoAMo om er ths eorc*HMCNT or aairiaM co^u^i>A. 



Cliinese Food! 


MINGS 


FIJI K m.MVHKX 


EV 4-3917 











•ilSTv. 


CLASSIFIED WANT ADS 


FASTER RESULTS 
LOWER COSTS 


TELEPHONE 

EV34111 


THERE OUGHTA BE A LAW 


S4 Caloutut 


S CARD OF THANKS 


DKATfLH 


r-'-‘ «na«ft hn mn.i trj*fi«u «ml 
•n- > •'■¥»> fur ’n*ir tiad rtrro- 

'>■ •»( t;mpaUit Md t>riu>iru> 

‘ •! a(t»nw> lp*t>«I It) 

•' • »«< J A HoMrl* lor tii» n»ii- 

• ■ * «* !*»• 

* , ' ' r»«»r'iirnl aad !• IdrCaU Brai ' 
G 1-^ .»ral Chapal alar. \m iIwhik 
'* an>< •' VMaran* n»»n-'di 

*'* • Mra A O Malft*M-'t arm 

,a Ul^. ; m» L)#!! raoj;- 

'* 2 m»r V::'.'-la lui ^ 


OMM'Z MUSTfitT*««tLP 
A «'R OP uoN Hsas > 
ORPtATS'Tae^E \ 

siOM r«tis Ase so y 

QOOP.'tMEV’CE 
CQiFPuMO M£r^B 


NOW 'CURE TAlk'SG 

6eN6e ■' I NevtQ rauco. 
9 E£ lOW VOO WEAR 
~vTM 06 t 6 T.L. 1 BfHEREf 

j GET-OUCSa/ 

^ S0METHIS& f 

/ »ES«i^E^ 


O MOW WE SEE HER COMiMG HOME wrTH 

aOMETHiHO- SEHS<BCE 


NO. 1 FIR 
MILLWOOD 


SOOKE FIR 
MILLWOOD 

Slabs and Blocks 

So 00 2’ 2 Cords $14 00 


AFTKMIOrR 

tklkpiionks 

IIJO pm. Ut 8 «m. 
Cli’i-ulBlIon KV3 87S5 
H(M>rU K\ S-7<MM) 
EdUorlAl KV S 4:.4)9 of 
eV 38308 


.VES’ »X-tMCH HEELS AmO ‘ 
A -TWO iHCH PlATPOBM- 
'TME'/'RE TLE lATE 9 T'«EN’T 
T IHE'^ SMART? AND TnEV’lL 

S, ao SO WELL With , 

iV, ANBLuESdlT-V 


~.AM I 

TROUEVOR 
ARE THOSE 
EVEN HtOMER 
THAN'OUR 


WITH 


•<1 Chai^ 


SI I 75 4 Cords 


IN .■MK.MOKIA.M 


SUBACKil^iUn KATC« 


Hondpicked Dry Fir 
Wood 

1 Cord SIO.OO 

2Codrs $19 00 

FIR SAWDUST 

3 Units $19 50 

by blower 

3 Units, bulk, $12 00 

FIR SHAVINGS 
3 Units $9.00 


jAMpn 


fitncto . py ur ia. 10 ctMi 

daily. U ranu ^a(vfa> 

By tnaii (‘atuaa Urpal Bri 
Uin, Vua'«i rj •««> 

(II If'-*' 

•; 9*. wndla m nt' 'at. 
Aut’ralia mjifh T: M. > S A. 
ovifUli, I3'i. rurcidA U A Pdf 
Mu-flth. 

AMlBnrlud ai *ar .mt'-Iiaa mall. 

OTl'd Dapai 'ntrn'. •fi'.iaa 

Mdmtiar vt Au^l iMiddu uf Or* 

cuUiiiWa 


Dry Shavings 

2 UMTS S 6 CO 

Fir Sowdust 


CLAASinwr BATM 
JOe p«r una nw .lay JA* Uf*a 
prr ’l>m dut II '• {«r ,ii.a .<■; 
•i« daya. I'- «i iw* > ' 

RKAtIk t'J» da)»l A'l- «i- > I r( <i>- 
Bly lA eunapnitlvt riri •>(■# •*< • 
Kuiday i.ncrt irawti na >t 

liM CunUa t raip* ap>| a>. a 
M inimum advanicftit i* < JiPia 


AGt?lC<.-LTURAL 
tAWDUST 
2 UNITS . . . 


Fl-NKRAI. 

l)IKfcXTOK8 


a ’ll.!*. yuiKfaJ Oiapaia ddOlcnldd 
>' Tn.a.giiiini and LiaMraunaint 
■iarvica- 

i SANDS 

.NUKrtARY LIMlTtO 

Mnnuml Uw(wl u( ciiimM. 

;l SANDS 

1 »r.>..MAi mAPKL or ROtiRS 
'■ »^.urtp SVd« at Salwy 
: S’lixy H€ Sldwy Aid 


Binh ppr in»»i»i.,o. 

Mt/TUiaa in JUmrnam ^ ti-r« 
CaMa <4 Tiankt la.i rai<*r<i.'<d *■ 
n*M’« 1115 ppr inari'iMV Ka’ii a'l 

dl'IifMl .IM i7 .Uilt 

iMraina KiifW'al ’I'"*** P4- 

revliat Vi iln»». I '■ 'I'al .'.* i- 
li'm aad 1175 tu'.v-rijrn' ini- ' 
u<ini Uaca a*Mi'iauj >.na 17c 


EMPIRE 
FUEL LTD 


O.K. FUEL 


7 TFAMIKIW V. AN Tr.l) M BI SINF-SS S7:RVK KS 3fl Bl SIVK.SS SKKMrt.s 


15 COMING EVENTS 


UHArrCRlCat UADE H>L1 
, b#C«prca>la iV i 


BINGO BOtUSRVAKRK.-^ If All > liCLMUNT PARK oTHOOL DIB 

10 ] Ew|y>inai: Ha, t >0, rriiU> i/i‘i ii<va«« at*;" ' a ,<u.; 


SAWDUST 


Juhn dia 


HINOO [UNUlirr I PM PHO 
Pa'ria Braiw*') Canadian Lacion 
CourlDf] 5ir»ri 


VI a M.yulUK i'(- UTli rM 
layire. aandinf. tlrualilnit * 
maifi Pboda KV t-Mi/i CH »- 


T»ia ViCloila riM» Va al>*U (va 
b» i.itni* I’f n n^wri n J ai» 
advtf 'laympni t«>Irkl <i^ anviaini 
pakj f<ir (lx ii a.ivp'’>(pin>n' 

Ail rlaitiK >*r art ' in i a' lira'i «i 
• '.all !« nx'la n.'nta IJ li u « 
li«iMUar •■>) tt r. ' m*. •• •' i 
»< lit c «ai*larr<l >• < i.’ . « i 

ba •.'**« n> fp »h.iP "p n 

ea'pci iivipr*tjn fit f"» i-r- • « n i 
•ffpi-*ti\a '>m laiua U ifi* al’.ar 
Bwmrni 

All a.l*a|il» rj ’ i*> • ' • '• 


riGi Kl.K V'HFrNW) !UWI'» <. 

Cl 1 F»'*,v tmVLAND L'H.i. 
jr-- C"ira# Hr ••■d i«l 

p. b>.a»«r 'n 7 M 

•i Kv hiiia ?S anil ’p 


I in 'Kp lli'i.’ii'in 


20 LU&r*itd FOUND 


*p.iTfc:KM KUlOK ca fcV J 
I — i|d 5-iu( ((■rvh.** & Amt- 


WOOD AND SA//DUST 

Oopdrtuo't te ~ ly Ovviao* 
Pii Wuod 

BLCXIKS AND LARGE 
SLABS 


»ria 


mj Focmfily ■ ' Wuwiipef 
Dirrulwd. Courtmaia Sarrira at 
M xiptald Cual 

PKL.SEKD AT MCCD 

'HD’MESTS 

jU » WiiddTB SOTrt _Ph>oa g V^»72 

” McCALL BROS 

'•D a K ' 'al ^^lJ•pral Cbaiipr' 

A iMikcniund ul 4(p»T> niiity to 
aa#. . ii ' aarvira you WLaUd 

chui«e. 

1«U VAS< 1 I S RR STRCirT 
KV 4-44M H 


PtWAHli i"-\ AT rMI’li 


V L FLOOR CENTKt LTU FK£K 
.(iimaipa. i:v « TJii 


KER ELKC7RIC A'’ln 
> ar;r :il* f-.r* k' 


_ ridMR ruusiiii.yu 
ALL "n FM or ruxiHa 


I -iis-t iT'n«y 

r*«undp(l 
, • llpmlor* 
:)aT DKUVMiY. 


u*ai sHmppim: iiai: cm\taii» 
!>ir i»ai' •'« mi-ia '* 

m. «** ar»a Kna-c' ! 7'\ * • 


29 SITUA TIOVH WANTED 
M,\I.E 


n i*Korr>MON \l 

SEK\ l< l-.S 


UWT MONDAY AT Tiff: r\l 

pr>.' a r.rg ''laiK omi :> o't 
1 Hp«»- ‘ kv J lJti 


rirti L>d 
In I't « d 
re)n-l or iimP' 


TURK swtvicr m ! stimp^ 


21 2 Cords 12 00 

2 Cords 1 1 .00 

THICK BARK 
21'2 Cords .... 17.00 


DHILLON FUEL 


laan (praying wpi p. .. ivitn l 
t ».|tna:<-( Lorna L'VPt RV )A' 
C\ :■ 1— » 


GI.A d SLKVICC. WINDOW GLAZ* 
*C or'* ivB.t rpiM.it '• l*T «nt-^ 
maMiritiW; UCMiard. LV S-NXU 


Mr*ci. T‘< n 


HAYWARD'S 

ac r-.'*.KALCV L 
C5TABU5RCD 1«T 
•Jl BW.iUiMlf.N »T K 


yVRul'KAN CAP AND AlHPlJVNK 


TyritFU.i ncAt.TY 


ORDER NOW 


KLhlrAltCH -l-iAIcK 


extra special on 
2 - 3 -FT. WOOD 

2 Cords 6 00 

SPLIT WOOD 

Oootf tor KIP Ran Hanta 

2V2 Cords .... 12.00 
PLANER ENDS 

1 Cord $6 50 

2 Cords $ 12.00 


Http - • H V» Ii 
TV I 'I.-i 

'■»E»T«irA( Hti- 


Hair WyiliK Soacuiu'a 

ionn*> MKt-l l \ JAOl 


WANTED 


KII.N IkiiY KlNDLIsrt 
a- I ii IK " J 
PtJtNM) KM« 
la PEH CD m 1 '. ri« 
13 aACK>s IIRY KINDI. IKil | 
IN iiAAruim' I* 


BIKTIIS 


CHAPLIN'S FUNERAL 
CHAPEL 

Kindratt I'unaa) •rrttc* 
VAti gua<1r« SirMi EV AASL 


FKILSO.V.^LA 


ilAI.F-HKtCt: PRUAtK AKW ItAY 
li.i»uir. 9JU Paifl'-ra KV t <ii 


APPUCAT10NB POK MANAOKK 
FOR SAA.NU'II PKyrr UROWEIUi 
ABHOCIATION 


PHKWnV 1 


DOMINION MAUCDi'I ' -.I 

dalflO. Unrmniiav tLar: LV * tlJA 


r O N ,*. <• I * N T 1 O t' II VnCNO 
laniiD man • iia ii.’p..r t ’'pi.p 


Otiun* I.V liHLa 9 trr 


Horknett Fuel Ltd. 

’77 PA.StX>Rt PMirNK IV i .««! 


l.AN|)M'triNO 


ll .YKIM .MKNTAL 


Dump* inaiudr manacroipm a 
nanl at Kpa'ini ani aa>* nf •; 
flU'l prodofrd r>> lU mP«nrri 
Par>an» «Hb pap' iImp ami ••!■ 
•appritnpa vill bP aitra prtfprmip 
Addppta apnii. a’lAMt in irp tirpti- 
dPRi H Biraiord Raanl'li Pr n 
Oreapra Aain . PaanichloD. BC 


;;\r»i:i ui •.igi.'k; uand-i’ai’. 
.ny ri«i(UtjctK«v Lawti iixmalii'a 
>( «■ .rk .Uikn KV 


Bl ''IMSW 
I*HCM»NA(.S 


• “•» ' '►-f MUlTiMKR,*. MONUMENTAL 
»' A 1 A „ kt Lilt fVi UavU SL Eat vm. 

\|.a . Flirt* marhrri. •‘urtiint.’i. 

' ) T 1 ipr« piaouM martia, (ranua and 

fir iiratMAiaa bmidini ron- 
'"’I'vm *-'rjrtln W fc PhoiM EV 7-**a 

!( 'I At I VILTDKIA MONUME.NT UMITEO 
<vPt ..'-<1 .M>-n»Tiai) '<( UiaUncttidi ' 

- m,.|, • . ,o»l UOUGUkS ST EVM«M 

ai.um. €.a Mf,v;;MKNTAI. WORKSi 

t.fi) M aiumprtc aiiKa IBMl IBB 

. M.v Wiiat KVi-Mj.: 


MC. EV1-7I*! 

«t UUIdH Jl SK CL»;AM.f 
iiii;; '.iii.iM attt.t (IMin Air 
l .'s or .t'k* ilriialde. 


DRY 100 % FIR 
PLANER ENDS 

7i« Jit p.p i: iiRiina 

lla.'id (iiKPd na tuiwiib. 

1 Card - . tt 

I Cv.Jrti _ , . Jll 

PV i 4-J3 7di Datll HI RVd :US Sunk* PjpL KVit7lt KV 7 *•;! 


IJVXnACAPINO LAWNB "< 
arirh pir Mulltr m XV j-C.'i 


HKPAIBJI OUTTKRB 
.iiatipr and al j . ■< 
t EVt Ilia 


; DAVii-vix. PALsnxi;^ i 

Aprvica. tlD a ram ur KV 


UAN7KD - rAltf^'NTTH W'Hk 

i.-in.nt .vi.rt an-i j.i i-.li. r _• ,, 

No j.-ti • imai! pn ... I.V - »;j«. 

IirKSNKD PI,''VHrR flVAtTI 


ISLAND DECORATORS 

PAi.XTI- HA - PAl'i n HA.NUER3 
Ki’HAY rAir.TriiA 

Cmvm>mt Tima Patmpnia 


F1X)KIKT8 


WOOD — WOOD 

dryland- fir BLOCKS 

A <D ABS, 


ISLAND FLORIST 

YATF.-' ST. CK»;A'njR.1 OT 
t'.UiV' fU'liAl, Mll’VN'i.r 
TP »'< iR ALL OCCA.PIONS. 
EV Airiti Evpa EV (.S72) 


im; ir- aldkk ir"'i 

1 or j Iia, 3 f \ I-J 
•Pl, 7»a Diptr KV 1 :«ii 


DKATflS 


r 


CAHMICHAFl. In Vi 
|Vp * !"• < 


I'rP-. i '.it II'.'I’BIrm IIAI'I.FO HAstMlNicJ 

1 -..r -iili' il»«n-a LV ( «7U, OK • Hitt 

pi>K CUmE-rX THKEB PTU TD C»'T 

.lam* itAf • pfuiiiiit KV V <P>47 al'p* o p tu 


I'KIBIO Luon 

ri.iBl|>p.t <n diitaaai |J4 t;*»il‘ 
:ii «'7r.' •vj iiai at>i>. ■ 


BROWN'S THE FLORIST 

KLUWEKB TDK EVKRY OCCAJUUN 
fi]A V‘v si(»FTT 
EV4MU. EVt»U 
Si(l EV' 4-3:>ZI 


5 COPU. S 2 

SPLIT WOOD 


30 SITIT.\ riONS M A.NTKI) 

Kh>l.\I.K 


>AI>-.'t.MhN. AtihNfb 


I I III IIAUl.r^f FH-IM 

- . • . ItJ lrpmp.|.» • 

KV 4 a:ai> 


WRMH a !<u.N 


13 CK.MFTKKIES A.VD 
BURIAL PARKS 


PIYWOOD KINDUNO, 
tiir rpriar blaraa 2 c4a 
KV t ate. 


CORDS $11 

5 CORDS $ 23 . 

TWO DAYS ONLY 


Kpo<I<i.>p. U in 
At Laaa r >« 


«' in r.n'Pa'I t> ut a Hra'ih r ■ 
ITan Thi» ..lui'l iw •. . . i 

• pAardlrig n(<(».r'!un ■ V .N” 
pt ••■rm’ ••.inl'‘l«.""al in'r*. 'M 

.(!' .\|r niM.i.j.n Ssan. • . 
Vp.. ORAItaV 

.MPiii‘.Af nl Ri*ii Tt'a'.e Il'Nild at 


Royal Oak Burial Park 

MMNtCTI'ALLY OPRRATRD 
Com.iP'a iniPtaippi ar pramauim 
I’raniPiapDU mad* dirpc. 
Plynrp Oil • 12M far furlhar 
iilnrniaiinn 


iJO rAINTB cm.INO A.SU WAtl.N y i 

uf IJkll in'iuiii'K m.i KamixlPi 

pairii_(>id tai.wr KV2-(iik l'.i> J 

i 1 LO.V.MA.N UE( OI'.AdVr.S. C.M.i” 
rAiniinK Ruayinc. iMpprKa/.inr.4(. uvrrhjtui 
FfP* p«(lmaip« Pnana (iKtaU: > '• It. 

I.KKUO SPAIN! WA.SHI.M; iiKIT YxI >! 

K •• hint tia"i<».it «(y W rpariT > ■* •• 

rtiiprM-tKa kV4MU. EaiimatPa M.altM*. 

l'tTEl:n'l. I.Xll It! >K I’.UMl'**. W.V ;<il 
lira rttimairt t:v )4 I«m appr i‘n. . • 


nuTLAvii rm wood, nkvkn in 

• j't Min]( IK. KniMdlaia 

d'' -pr. KV 4 M 17 


lADY WlSim JA.NITOR W'lKK 
r.it| ar nail iioip Vi '''rit P;tu 
H-ia I.VOT 


II A.NNorVTKMKNTS 


BEST FUEL 


RKf-'VIK A .NAl.K-iVIAN 
Wanipil r"*i hp'v.p.n i :• v 


For That 
. NEW 
HOME . . 


:tr Afi OLD AS YOU PBEt 
1 1 n i.parinc i> a nuai iar 
•.iFi, ipp; na t.pl a nKl.TONf 
( aia -land npi«ppn tan anri 
»r.- Humriirpr Onibi at I'l' 
• ' " A idi-. !• thP man tu tpp 
. «. .i nmidwc IV 8 7inj 


MMOV't 4*n f 


Pt*-P P-|U."*1 \V> 'M 

nuinPFaiadt k >i-‘>'nd : 
Kv 14!H l'«r •fii**tv pa 


'ft - PAlNTlNiJ DWi'PtT- I ■ •'jOPri' 
••rhanr.nK, walli rniair"! 'i.-.m. ripi, 


NCRDRD Kxmmrst-ED it 

itnapd rrai pftiaip iriaii tau 

.1 a»Pf prjr appni'iiTirnl r.i*!',-' 
W RaitudalP U.CanalMt HPaiU 
IM F<>r KV J till 


DRYLAND 

Guoronfeed 100 % Fir 
In* ide Fir Blocks 
Biq Thick Bork Slobs 


n W AIjy nRAf ANNOONCB8 TGP 
I I'll pplrpi lAf aunilil* hnumivild 
'•r‘ in aal'ftblp (•■ndiHiti 1 ('<p 
t nr tpitil (Ri.vinK Errnint ralU 
*i>h t Orni'nr ViPlnrla arta it 
fpquifPd KV3 i«K Of rV4-Slb» 


J2 >11 sk;ia.n&. ba.nds 


rUOtr> CMtKAVI.NU 


! PHUTU ENGKAVU1C 

Ha.' I'dia^^Li'ic Jiv! i:.''iT 
Enyra'-inX'-CiininKmai A/1 
. .I.A .1) KNuKAVKila 
448 i^mbiiikr luat Kpt. 1 * UouiUs 
PS>ir>a KV T-'Kll 


UANUl.NG 


"FOREST 

CEDAR 

SIDING" 

The 

SMART 
MODERN 
SIDING' 
That Combines 
BEAUTY 
STRENGTH 
ECONOMY 


rXl’PIMENCni WOMAN WANit 
hu.it^v' >k Piinnp KV 7 nail 


FEMAIJE 
HELP WANTED 


CbapPl 


ACADfMY BALLROOM 
DANCING 

1" i nxi? n '.•'i.-! EV J nil 


lY'nn In Vpipi 
|>» iPTna<-p Id I 

77 i.pl.1. 

B*i(h Arm f*.' 
B r tinrr. ri 


1 t'lW.-r OPI'HKKTHA . AVMU 
('ll* Vp« Yp«r» Kra:iii« *4 X 

TOUXO W'RrtFRN OI D * FIMK 
(c).iarp danip hr' ^p. Ira KV >-#9TI 


lit ..(lu* Cli*. 'nia* tif pflirp (<alf 
jiA»iy ill Wp*i Bay T»r<a'p '"rip 
h'i 'k ftniti ItPkd Bifppi an Onn*- 


I Cord $8 

2 ' .> Cords SI 2 

Dryland 100 % Dry 

Fir Sawdust 


Pl.A.<rrKKMm 


CASHIER 


WA1 FHflr.S I., Nl' 


Wan'Pfl Irrimprlu-n,' Ptpprl»r>rp.l 
•■•MjIfT a.'ft (Piinril ••(.n '-■ 111 . 

acid bfthk piit/riPfiT Ai' ‘ 
i»*r» (A lihgf *»<•• il.v.l Ar*.- 
tr-g mndltHin* Vai i«r»ip .'«ff hr r 
III* l•.■»»p 4 pply Ppr»"tin»! Ollcp 
4C fla-.r 


cn.-i |kJ4 h 
Plf«‘ WarM 
On ilpn B r 

|p»*rs "«• rt 

K VPf>,»' 
daucti '* 

p.m*r» 

Chir*’ 


EANQIIFTM HPCKPT 10 NS 
Prirata Partin 
JAMm BAY HITTIL 
Pbof>( rv 4-TISl 


ALL TYPEi .If .MAm-NKY Wt.iHK 
K. A. <Sar* 1 yl Umutcn EV v «777 


ATTPSTION 


3 Uo'ts, P; -w.^r, 516 

t svr-* ii' >; ti 

■ ■r Ouo''fy ond Sorvicc 
Ph'inc Fuel C-* 

V 2*22 I 1 nr EV 3 . 8925 ‘ 


Himr*' h II 


HUDSON'S BAY CO 


c. J. McDowell 

PLUMBING & HEATING 
LIMITED 

We Sell Wo Install 
We Service 

DouqIos St. £V 3-4138 


McLEOD RIVER COAL 


VKTOIUA 


Twr nyi STUD l»OOK.‘MOP 


Ph ' >• (IK •■if 14 I 1 

nl and 

I . •! Ci itii.pif 4i<i nai'M* 

ntht marhina 'uc rnry 
J »HV :> .I4S1V..I 

KV 1 I4JV Day* KV 7 


AVON 

Earning Opportunity 


OMI.no EVK.NTS 


SPECIAL — SPECIAL 

LIMITED TIME 
ir*ii F 5 Mill WOOD 


TONIGHT 

GIANT 

OPTIMIST BINGO 

$625.00 CASH 


Inrotaifdoa and Bar' 
74Vt Carur Dr. I 


8 ALLAM & RAWLINGS 

LIMITED 

YOUR 

plumbing A*.> HBATINO 

’-E.xri** 

Primpi *Iarvic« 

('.rpa’r^ Ki *>i-«1pi.i.. Himn 

800* WAirr.'. ULSPOlitK 

'■Pl.tlMJ-fh 

00UI;LA.4 it A! HMl>NUAilOUT 

Pl*>na KVtiMl 


ariMOOliAPHBHK lit! M 1727 M 

at Vr aria HI." PiJ. Bar«lri,'*r. 


KIRK COAL 


-*.l TMWELI V m'N'yiiN rHKt 
‘•LTijlP.y. EV*--ni 'IKaAIli 


MANirFAcmko nr 


I Cu’' -' $<s 00 

2 '.- CORDS $10 00 
5 COPri'] 519 00 


ru'LiTtozLso Dirrmirri riiBK 
ptiimatn rv 4 *«74 anyMirtP 

rA»r».xTrBf 


BRITISH COLUMBIA 
FOREST PRODUCTS 
LTD. 


rmtiAiiAY. iiKT ti AT • PM 

rrSTHAL JUNIOR HU»H 

A'm M S(p' fVMtr Pitapi 

It IP* 41 no 

Iim.’-n r ina'iir. 

B'»v '.r • ' kpi > ni»a fi 

II M .t-n I Nit <-h'' t-anr 
Ih*. *0 « I4"l OhT’ *'• 

BC Mpi* Ma'»pi air’ Ya'»* •< 
r>m A L'Min 
• ij Mnmbii^df bt 
Tirrn’rp 
larium iuninr 


40l Npa (Ppappa. H'. 

lynTprrjmr''’ Bl Vi lui 


BUILD Rfl'AIM ANYTIIIXa AL 
ipia' in* fit'f'.tnt ■•‘.tiiPi «a** 


COAL SPECIAL 


WHOl • .Al F FUEL 


Imneriant ♦4t*priPt'''p i.r KDA . ttairPd Mi-jr -r .oi.tra i KV 2 4444 

Ll.Y'm R«.m .nV'';T '‘‘r o Hf.ME RPPAJHB CAIW.Tm. 

„pr moh.h Ai.bU V44.- I)*"'*"-.* 

Road VanrauiPi I xr •* a"»>' f.v » 

KXPKTUENCm BHIHT PRWKR < ' M' I -HI S<; V.'l V* M 

f »<}.'"*'7 •• Vpp'.y I" pp'i.'’i " '• ’ '’'*' H or 

to Vpo vim* Id *47 Nftflb Pifi ' • * > 

Piy«np rv 4 tl44 


V'. *.>'v »pp 4 - r 

V.. ' . I 11 

S. 'kt.l t ; 3.1-r 
inal ardPf( p«<>'.4 irwt 

or 

ll 44-»4 fl*T » • r ' 
'ITPlIiPffd in'o fi4*p 


MonufaclurCTf of— 

Fir Hemlock ond 
Cedor Lumber 
Produces 

plywood, Stomco 
Cedor Shores 

PRES-TO-LOGS 

IV 4 taan.'ba Pii.t.-aii 
Ph-ria KV MUL 
"1 ■■.■■•P.r.r Rr.AD X 


PITT & HOLT LTD, 


4. WKLHAM P7'd> 
piun.uinc, tiaaiiba inMctaii.ci. (ur 
tai* ir-a-t. '.iprt •'ii'ai '> -rk Ml 
junaii anu t|.:>..jf>p''( 

p -natv t I'-!.' '.rfi.. Oit 

Piftfl •! EnuimaP Hd. EV17U3 


UP-ISLAND dryland 
FIR WOOD sale 
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY 


Pibmrii' 


rARPENTTIk RKTAIRA, AI.TKRA 

t>..r< (j'tan »'4ir< an: 

rpmpat II Ptaiali RV 3 Dtai 


1 .ri 4f! P”'* ■ ri a* ' . 

•■gi rar J * t. A.; • 
lappii Dgg(i44 and nm.ii'*i 


rtXRK TV Plan AND 

K >1(4' hm* pyi>pri'' <pi 

fnr •npnintmPi’ afi.a.p 
Olfi'p mar.aarr 


i li uH'iWN rMi. PiiM.ifH 
• r.- at ";-i ■«. r-r, .I'lLri*. 
Kpaa.aMhlf Mr.du (I'lfJML 


rARpr^■rTK new 

r,i i'a..inp* f#mi"lr;- 


BINGO 

ST. LOUIS' COLLEGE 


HARKNETT FUEL LTD 

BV4-K47 IV a-ailt TJ7 Pandora 


WANTtD- A •lURse POB MOR'l 
iPt dn'a P'lTa'p tmaiHtal n-i,( 
Oak rtiiinr* Phnn* OB »-l'4 
dkT4. OH 7 264a atPAinr* 


Xpm twrrit rai 
1440 M>nlr 5 


2 CORDS 


$12 00 

SPECIAL BONE DR Y 
FIR WOOD SALE 

HAND PICKED 

1 Cnrd 53 00 R. A GREEN LBR. 

CO , LTD, 

rxj'rcLA* rr 
Insulatioo 
Plywood* 

Hordwoods 
SPECIAL 1 CORD SALE Bopco Point* 

M'llwork Service 
Window*, Metol or Wood 
Terms and Financing 

KV 4 *«14 KV 4 1KI3 


HOURiliAN 1 l AHPKT * :.YO , 
SuiotMl and awmiiad. Eatm atat U 
'IT 7U I’a,.!.'' P.V3-A4. '’4 


tXITRlKNfrt) 
aan'*d fi-ri 
p •- 4 pm i 

Bakpry 


SAVE ON 

COAL 


BIXR RIA*TtSn 


VI rt,OOR CKBTRC. LTU t^XK 

ptumaua KV 4 - 7 M 4 


CASH PRIZES 

TURKEY 

HAMPERS 


WAVTKD nAtJKiJSnV AT ONf K 
Ai'i .y i (ip'mn Hr^flip 1 Ba*pri 


PAHMKR mX'Trm'CTinv ltd 

.' vitA.YTTP:> W'T'K. 

PIJ1Aj 4A*« n*a lUJVhT.Nt, .'‘f.WKK.A AND 
no.. H l.liAIXt »:Tl I-MriVf. KV4.'JU, 


Biat'iic oxnaar) afpl inau’r-l 


Vesto Nut . 
Ve*to Crhbie 
Vesto Lump 


-rtipnt in R-.-4 


IM)K.\ TO W.\NT Al) IIK.AUI.M^S 


iHTTERB DnwNprrr.- 

CLRANPU RCPAiRCD 

I EV 3-3915 

M'V)K.i. .iHt.y. 1 mitvl 
ana uougla* ktrcct 


_ W-.VIAV POR H'H 

CTMTaJUAN BVXDAV RTHOOL of Mr*; 44 » * iwwl '■atv 

VifiorM fill nr'i? 'iiPBin# f«rp* t'»i|.'P •.•••ti'cfp 4J 

inn"irf • B» A'iinl»> Off 14 ■ 

Mip.kP- lpy A !• HP..I* bl 
Vaifipuypr Unitarian CTi-inb Sno ^*** 

t# I LibPral Br idru rr.r iha* '''< ' 

(Ti l 731 fburtr.PT ti (lafraab r.'HVVIwrvT 

mpru p.amtrv A<i«ili la-imi 


Island Fuel Supply Co. 


Claaaiflraii.ro 

N*> 

Arr*«n fftf Bala 
• nil WaniPd nt 

A--.,.unr»irPnt4 14 

Agio RpMira an 4 
Bprvlta 167 

BiMha 1 

fv.aiT ami Mann* •" 

P'i*in»aa Pp'ynnala *• 
Bil.ir.pty Oppt 148 
B'.*'tiP«4 Baryiraa 7t 
Caril of Thanka t 
Car* Inr Bala 100 
CYir* and Trgakt 
WaaiPd 181 

Cnmint Kyfi'( li 

Cauntty HfifT'Pi 

and Practpr'iaa III 
Oa’iaata and 

rampyttpa 117 

Da-.ribi 43 

IVa‘hy — . * 

Ibigrallna __ U 
Knmtnipnta I 

K« nank* Raal 

■aiai* 147 

Parma far Bala 
and WaniPd . lit 
Pla<4 and Aata to 
Rant, ^roiatvad 138 
Plata Aril Baal 
Unramiahad IM 
^ariau 13 


WALTER WALKER 

b BUNB. LTD 

'It P«bd»ra 4* XV a^imi 


Porker Johnston Ltd 

7174 BIUMD fTKF.KT CV BP 
K.aiTint - WMMdan al tta *• 
1i‘..4J ijvar a >'ara '..mwi 
Pfcartarw-a ta Pand ib* TCST 


Former Construction 

Ba 'V DapanMNL XV aou 

PpMnet wrvirp 

HOMC~RePAIKS~AND MABUNKY 
* 'Pjy ifk 4SY Y.vn I'l KAL- 
NALOl CUNKTROUnuN BV BA21A 


rOAl, TKAT lA^TB Ml. .ft Hf.AT , , .... ' 

M.La«l Ri.y j > 

r-rrrr'^*^ Vr.r..;-^i:‘/ i cord 

MiVi 5»*^ yrAiii - i ' r ;> C . 1I . BKRVicp 2 CORDS 
Richord Holl & S->r 7 * Lrd * ■’ 


21 TEACHKIM WA.NTKD 


ni.,t 7 N(, -. 7 |rl\i; J 1 AI)AT|.*S 

P.ia.f (\;. i;i IThr* >. a'l'y 
t AfnTAI ilTY *t ’J> ft.. 
t*.«* '.AH RAY ».v ’ '«TI 


Bar.- * WiP'Pd I 7 t 

8lii..*p» ••• Hp»ii 

PVrnl'*4 IJl 

Rguaa* A(r.'ti| 

10 K" tl 4 

Rni*/* . •»>• ly-t 


Va •*>.m Oaidp aad 
■ •iTir.pf Pptr.ria lit 
*4>*-p-i and 


Apnllftaiana art UiTllPd tar Ibt r ftnA k 
fpliraiAt iPai mot 

Lanatard BDmrniary ttbaal* 8.V ».ri 
T»aph»t for Ora4* 7 Hi~'y 

ILviiP Klpoipa'ari BchWil-PTimary ", 

iparbPT 

Ba«h ai>pa(aimpal4 in *• pIIpp'*** aTMC 
ianaarj. I 187 # Paia* 4 rr.p- ; r 
• Jy-t try 1418 

KA IIIOB.IAM. KB tlTtB-tiHt 
PC tC lat-aJ »«8 
PT MB nab A lb pffppl 
Itli LanflPT Ap'.h'AiMi.a aMrli ino.iiA in/' 
a (rpy of 14 IMI '.napp/Tar* rP-* 
la t* taraard*<d 'a Bpr>>t4 
T>pa>urar BaNaal t)4tir«p* Na 


HIU.CRBTFUEL MIX 

CONCRETE 

: L BUTLER BROS. 


»ra Wantad 37 

r tl RtrVMAUX BALI BAniRDAT 

> arwi rv rmbP* tJ a*. • am la.f.pa 

' ■ Itt Alii i •'* a( Bt Ni'krlaa ChgrcA 

^ * rtpia 3t Oa.pdat • 

'd ^laaM - V - - 

It rMR VrtRWSnlAM n,L*B 

'tl« (~.\rV'maa rtanr# irt» 

'ft* 141 H* »•« I) I tm 

■*t ta B'lT B*i»at 

•M 181 

'll •* RpnV 


n'KAPiHa 8844 LL kK 

■•"I nayr/Tina tlV 1*773 


Rant 


'">V<aVAr ft 

i •*.' « hi* 


:ian*oia Ide 


Afania lar "LalBria” CamaaL 

Keating 261 


rcp WAU, MorvT TnuOK 


MortMta Laain* 141 


Wi><-Plian*aj4 178 


ayary TTiuradar. 8 tt 



tra avprvi j( an arry 

iif' 

■bt 

ir.p luu.i'K uS 

Vk-' • « I" 

< «4 

LI'L 

tbali nx py- 

a-1 ••m r< ^ 

if 

twr 

lha apana ■' **>•' 

>ly M ‘ ai'M'J 

bf 

tfM 

itatn in au«*' ^ 



TKllM!4 or i’liinUATI'iM 


V 


Need Cash for Christmas Shopping? Sell Your "I Don't Needs" With a WANT AD! 


t 





Oflthj CT nlmilBl 


•1 Bt'ItJ)n«G MTPIJT-S 


wfee Aio ^'\9 rcA KWfi 
TO 6 vt T^f TREAS. *£ , 
► vSTfR A CIFAR J 
_ TRACK'; 


*-AT A*£ Wt 4 
6C ».> TO VO 
APCVTit; KfRRY? 


rr'i wotAR-T a 


ThuM4«f Dt< 11. Itll 


rmow CONVICT 
M*by,.«wOic’*cw (5 
7« JtWfiRT IS 
H'rOSY r<R«.. e.T 

— - KOT T-e r*;KCT 

5 P 0 T.' 


TV TALK 


Ha.vBWV 5 BANCIT 

NEPhEA D<E 0 ** PR SCI 
— ♦*'-0 /9 . 

' C~^ HCuUf 


SI TV. R\niO. AAI.C5 

AM) sr.RurK 


STEWART & 
HUDSON Ltd 


Rcccmd'l'oned 

TV SALE 


lodav's Iliulilidits 


KOMI KAKDYMAN 
HfADQUAKTSlU 


C LJAN 71 UATK AK>l'rn 

l..'rH>IA> t^APfAMOMU 

King TV ond Rod'o Ltd. 

.\JM a • . >• •* 

lid* % - t\ «-nu 


T p m A ^i»rriiil pr<iRr«im pa> ing inbuti* 10 TIm* 
Pally C'llonihi’H anni\Piv»i>, uhich falH today. 

Jot)!! Mi««, odiioj ol ITie l>.Uf.d<‘t nwiKa^mp wioif «Iip 
- inpf. Pliil nanalr^ and Kird (Touch was thp 

ijrr.oi.iman. 'Pio pifigiam w»il .span thr c'ntuiy. cur\- 
ha'itinp (hr pa«f wnh ihe comparini 

Ihr oiiKMial llaibed ^ 'n^ 




THIS CHRISTMAS 


Mm» It « r~* i.'Ai •>(' t*' ^ 
f«ih>r Aua^ad 4i •a'. Bd'b habd 
«iw.« t'd i>o««r 'OdU rai. »• • 

ITU- >•! Tiiri dpd pra.ra' 

Ajnoac dill latM iditcttM «• «ir«f 

Udsmart t-»m . - . U It 

from l» J% 


•it^ Daily folomai »Hh U)« 
{j »i hiigo Goss jotary 
1)4’ pH‘>»sr$ in uv* today, 
*■*** Film of Colonial cm- 
,ir. M p'.kSi'os at wmk will hr 
111 tt ‘•‘I'o'ii, !•* thr> produce 
J*'/*;’ nn* pajKT fi 
. .’t. Sno A.M' basket 
* hall H n-h..- hal.ru vs 

llt’iiVfi m So.i:tli' n. 

R U(i PUvhoti»r *k) 
t«‘U« thr >*-xy of the 
rvt ii'>« wim n |p(l ufi to 
'* titp Si. Va|riitini‘» Pa\ 
r..»ssarir in Thu ago iJO 
yeaisago 7 atid li. 


coMn.^ArtnN Rsnto amo 

RtcoRO ruAYtn 

Ai.iomft .. 4 >p*«A IJI U ua. 

T*rtn> - TT4df« 


t' tr* tram 

Riar.c* tron* . ... 

fUlrfedt Brh'k IfMO 

C»r9**''*tt irdfn 

Brr’ri' H»r« Drilit rran 

Ji( aiv Lr.il Attsrho.fiM. 

Ifd". 

tUoA atiiA'r, 

Itom 

Si'ikfM Jl« Ra* frdM 
Slacirit H*r<t la* ttan 
f ■'■» U» ■..-•.rmi 

• r*.*.fl-p •.HI* '■ 1 . 

A .. . . *i» «I« p • « . 1 

wnai. iv’> 


fU'tASOlHADA ^ 
PUSt--ANOlD!DtCr?TAy 
fOR MER SUiVSOt RARTV 
■-■AhDMVtCU^ ARE 
I AVyAv _■ ^ 


COME 
R'SaT IS. 
ChiiO: 
•••I'LL 
) t 4 VOJ 
A Bid 

0 ^ T-» 

. CAVfJ- 


WHOsrr 


OOUiE PLOKAY, 

Mto-vvorm! 


Victdrio Delta Electric 
Ltd. 

TU CPfarf'ant CV t-‘4:* 


TV RCS'VLA ro RrLUMA 
t« •" ,■ in. V >(iai la 

tv a I t. . !. :|4 catator* 

aM Pft. nr » V 4 4 a 


lUTi KIA *C»1 
HA.'I'i A Tt;ul Vlfe.i'N 
<*1 rtaai-na ‘ Ha I'tadv rv 


KILN DRIED 
SPRUCE SHELVING 


fvKA'.Trpn rr- 

ii« tv . ■• <0. 

t\ ixrttjrsT 

la y> t> 1 H 4 » 

? vAiiT itAt .j r. Ilia 


»\HiT7' r' 


*.yxl ... I • 

• '.■la -fdirra ;i ..tj 


t< ‘i: •'•ii’T 1 1 nnt.Nr 

# .1' t<ir- *hTV FVSM) 


CHRISTMAS CUT OUTS 


M Hli Y1 LKS and 
MOTURCVCLIiIS 


•• f i . • • «a. » p« r»f 

•>»<■ .■■tc.r t u*i'” pa’irrnt 

td and •'ll. •■1 'o.. «aa 

Tag n iitr cvr ai>''''>iar‘' on la 
Cl4u> i’*trn «r rr,cidfr- tra.p 
an|4i aio.i> ra< n niiit ah M'w 
Ka'iti'i' ardtir (xnaiiia •( f {■• 
U{*a. anly 11 at 


I GOT y ■yOUMEA.N 
A I \CU 
STRIKE / KNOCKED 
Sw DOWN AIL 

1/ V THE PINS? 


NO, ALL THE 
PlNBOVS 
QUIT. y 


\\>^trlTl5 (,’hannrl 
l.T ftt 4 1^, channel 1;* at 
T Ih I hanncl 13 at 7 fiO; channel 13 al 11 <X). 

fl.ln am Ti.e FirM Hundred Year* (1937 
romctly •. Rnhi*tl M"nlgi»tnci y 

.Noon T’hc Age nf IniliSt rrtion <10.34 ii"mr**lic 
iharr.i ’ , Paul l.uka'- I*. 

Vnit pin T!if- « .ii 1 llic Linibei )u>*t ' ITI.'i di.itra 
l)cniMl.4 v'! t|oi '2: i.H-ii Ut.ii-s of Wyimlng 'lOlS 
hni-i- -ifiiy* iTuilcs iT.i.iiin T 

130 I i*c W iii'ivs iK.m M<»f'te i .11 !»' ' 4 omc.l> 

Wa.i.i* Will, am II. Ho.id flock '1931 paocMcr^' 
t J* Ch.11 !*‘S .Nh'iiaw 13 

!; '•! :jr)o lic'.tHuci • 191.1 vv.ii diana '. tllenn K'"d 12. 

|'*i :rj:> .lohnny Apollo 'UNO gangHcisi. Tyrone 

17 4 Pnui'i II 

• ' '» 400 Mary Janes !*a » W33 comedj *. Guy Kihbce 


HAi-' fr-nAVtD«n*< tail 

• . H'^Hl.aV-UAVlUMJN . I4ai 

■* ; n.>iA : ’ I'c t‘Tt 

p g iHll'MCM T*I0 .. ... »'•'» 

I'l'' P.44 aa.* . . t-'»« 

,»• •-..,1. t-g' »',»• 

('4:4 ikk-A .n 'lada ar maior* 
a><rpl*.1 ao car. 

t.. p d« > tlDl.',C 4 ltc (tk.rt 
. ; Or. .| >> KV 4 1441 


PING PONG TABLES 


U rti Y .'r.UL .'LKVUt AND 

. • • «| .. .► « g“! — .'r,* f.f M* 
I . ■ , . , •• r;.4! 4 P»* jiB 

■ -i* ■ . t ' rj 1 * 4*4 M 

■ t ‘ *W U.>4atft. 

« J'.. f t . 4 4TZ. 

ii . v.'i • - I'v 4 vhA' * rr* W»* 
pat >~4 art, p. n'ail Pn* ai4i r» 
• ' ".vi ' . r* airuk ri»fc 

«,• • g J 4 - a’ 


Ti*Ic\i>ion fur TluiiMlav 


Yoga Kaiiir.44 it ■ 

UJt> 4 >KLA.M^ MctTOIlCYO^ 
•4**4 ard iarvir*. 
tlT »<.n 4'rrrl CV tMlB 

I . . i • • .- M, l•.|l•v(•|.ra. 

4 iVT lc.«d. 

f. ■ • 44kg -It d 'll 


PratrifM tub)*rt I* Iktl-mlaata rkangt* t> *la4Uai 44Ki*t«4a. 

AIM. IV I 4 Hr MTV hlHii rv I hT>T TV 

Iteanri 7 I ( Mimp, 4 l haaivl 1 I < Mwvt it 


C, F'ekH. t 4 *>M*«h\ Damour 


Ttir*. H«' 

I'd 


nr Mt 

-r ll;.nt 


IHi> irlHr.* tlU-t Pt.'-K PIKM 

•'» . ’ 114 •» b»*' i-JIrr rpiru 

4 * . 4 ti| 


i4 i:ia*t M i- 

ii«' ••* M .. p 

* ;■ '»'*• < 

. IV V.4I P»IPt I ' t|. '4 

<' ’r.4.|w.H . 4 I'.lpr l.ind Ha 41 

4 lui(4ti* M trr' 4 !'*i 

:> • *u'- i 'k r.i> * 

^ .»c R.r-4 I* I 4 4.rr*, t **p 


i.tRL AKD nova >1 1 srsxo 

Big'* >'k* i.td KV 4 l>]4 

4. no. s a Arr.r.i* t( a ■ r. t r. u 


V . » 

' , > • *. 1 • -f • ¥ 

r a Mr.ka 
Ofirn n<4>»4 

i T i,i|rr« I 

W''4'lP'.»B 

lA ' «]) H'pOp«<«i4T iv.- *' *4 Prnrdra 

Tpn'1P4«44 FfTtV ‘.I- 4 

I. :riii¥ \p'.4 4 *t Apt 

t 0('>.>k W.nv II •- rat . I 

ri'.'pfj-.l Irf'ii4.n ': •••. 


lai' I’ugit 


SrOM-s ANO 

I I UNA( KS 


I • .1.1.4 «rH'W» 

p. • '.44.1 

M . . 1 . 44 -<l|Vk»l 


A*l*pi Imp Ti 


<rtf UuutkJ 


TEACHERS 

AGREE! 


np<tpr 


fil Bl II.IIING 8lTPI.tl:J< 


Miitir Vtakp'f 

7>>4 l'''pfP4*Pft 

W-f Ka •• 

Igrp*'! V g 


7j>- r i.T 
I ‘ 4 1 Pr.M.* 
r 4 '* -« 


PAINT. 


SHAWNIGAN 
LUMBER 
YARDS LTD. 


"M-W" 

FOOD 

For 

THOUGHT! 


I |4T< Yn»ir Ufg 


f) "•<r, ifc.ii.. t ■ vg., pki,.* 

ri. ' i 4t>4 < ur. • P Aa. 

Pi r. p.p rt«ai lat.l.t 

A COMPLETE SERVICE 

P.l'ltri ta-dkirp tan: f >a'l 

•ar» n ■ • I, . 4 ' .n 

•'•'•i*' I h * :• «•. 

• nd 444001. AC tor 0.4 h..(DP 

Bulwlf ■ • 


14M Oo44rnmpn* PI 
'Ouaiitf 4t thi Rlfbi Prtra' 


Iiudio for Thiii''(lav 

rrat'im* 4«B14'I I* tk44-ni,HMl4 phangpi feg aianaaa rtdrvrAaa 


SOMETHING NEW 


STEWART & 
HUDSON Ltd 


Sa'urai aI AIE PIOORINCI Rrp. 
4 a.’o.pf r«Pt I’.gt «du*i< I init-ru' In randem 4ii» and 
>1 1 B.4 I. -'k' *.'• .in . iitPkl tfir !'»ar'iji rn- 

H'lvm *.ai4 h*' fk .p« r Parktip.: id 4gi • p 

1'. 4" «i » A a (ppt VB n-4 f«ru>n .umpVip wiiA 

<|pP4fa-'«4 B a»A4i* 4 .1 in.|ru<tiiii.. « r-i-. g matrrial and 
tB4r«4' •>■'« fiuii (oapAg lar *.i.l>hing It 

a 44! >4r' a»>*» bat» ,414 aip alls |ia>* *e d» a 

p ,.'4 1 r .” f » — • p- ,t..» • tbiTkPlI, IMa paikifa l« 

t f'd'i.i f.r V: tar >4». 

I. a .1 hp tuui'.* *n»' • Par la'ico .. .... 

•'*'y table legs 

• » . «n 4.P P« .4 in J. , ■ a, p a t f, ,1 

p ! i. r • 1.4 1 r 4 .. 41 ' 4n* r. I 'a 4 Pna • p 'p.‘ 

..kbu Ir. ..'Vl ■'.* ’ f'l V 4 rn '4 f>„ piP* I 

Ipp g.( (or Bur (444 B«0g>4" . ii.Bl.P-l t;ll. tl.4'4 I*! 

4' d Plifcl 4'4r II. 1 

I..P4 Ur .oMpp laerPi AMI or 
'P p. lot. <4a<r.4i* 

I p: *• I'-.T l< 0 >a It It 


Lailf li.i.M Ap<«B 

VBII4L MU*4t 

I'lrtn Mag. Bt'ap 
tl4,«A rraoi. Kp44a 


1r44t HU|f A ‘ah* 


%44kB Km, UB4ta 

4i an H 'l Uavia 
Si Lvg M' l.pari 
.S iM 14 Ml l.P4n 


MAIS ELECTRIC 


«J OiTg* Head rv 3-9t:t - ,'*p '’t 

le’4 r.{ rr»p Patk.nf ** 

Ob*o AU Oar a4>.,r,:ag n.pr"' ** 


!».- 

t<i> :u, 1 ‘oiK (nnrrr r. t i4j« 

II >* 

U’ 

e*»iunv Bum ofL 

'« lotial.pil 
I pm nlumbtsB 
I ..rmu CI'tA 
’km a'.aiiMpH 


N. 4 » M' I pan 
s .irit Mr|>aA 
.Sraa til I mn 
S -4,4 Mp| ran 


CVitAia 

rtn(P4 

•' 1-41 iia* ' 

.t'P pair 41 


>r*a hilit 
Mo 4V H.«tar» 
AriAut i«4ail>P¥ 

4....UI VMallia* 


I .. ga 
l.p 4 gr 
4 i.rurf* 

4.r«.ik« 


iluoruiup 


DRYSDALES 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES 


n a)iuf. 
I P 'gU.t 
trr .p’a 


,v *. u.-f i.ig «/ippta 
I .i.hirMpr 

SPVI iaa« > I44,d4 
I IBU«1e > Cl-iB 


PAC'MC 

,S4 u puiga apg't.tir (lae, ruir«p« 
anc u- > r>«i rai>.p 4'<i.jm. 
'...a > 41 a i,p 4' >4 a*"4,a> ua 
i’Al II .4 Mir t.l -.ILIAL 
AnrlSik UTb 

ippit Vb’ 44 WIP44 tv 3 ret 

HUHI AK MAICrK Ot N1W A.SO 

u ’I I Pa . T . r ur nr all • t • 

' • t'4 1.’ I'Pd fioin'af rna'p. 

• •. pf pH. a I'h a • nMP !>.,« 

.... ’.ri>.rtr< B«i r^p A iVa arnua. 
rat • g t C; l.p tV i i*U 

VKl'iiilA auV'SiOtlLA LTV 

bV C22 P>mnr*.B4 K. 

»4.'>4 arvi tji.a’4 Carta 
arw4 lain.oaUB 

. .• IIMI u.nia 


1720 Cook Street 


A PING-PONG TABLE 
FOR CHRISTMAS 


Np\*a rra'<i'4t 

H.B MkiPII 

M..-I I'pap.^** 

I t'P 4' •> 


dperg, rtaariM 
Am.« A AMy 
trill,. »»rr I > -a 
<'..l!"rn * (uik 


. 4 4 -,p.r I 4 *\ pl.«<4f 

Saw. All lima H''4 


THIS WEEK'S 
SPECIAL 

Pre doido'd 2x6 Door 
Jamb sets $3 75 
Insulote now Zono- 
lite for $1 .55 o bog 
Economy 2x4 Hem- 
lock $29 per M. 
Noils $1 1.95 a keg. 

2 ' 4 ond 3 ' 4 

NHA opproved 
Medicine cobmets 
With 18x26 mirror 
Only $10.95 


C . e* < T*- P Vp •• ''t p ng- 

iip'.g "gi 44 in »»g.;» -T. *»p* 

pail IP., uf . p«ip>ipd a.'i, - ' 

• . - - 41 , a. 1 1 r { Bf (BP 

- 4>' >.»i .. rnv * • 

• r*'p'> • 'tta 4ur4>f U-.p 

c Bin'rr n.ghta 


.Ik . >a a .1 - J fiPip 'np4- 
'Mrk 1,1 iip iiii|iai.iiP4 (t I 41 
■n rp J.p r rit «m|i4ln'ad ,! t« 
pp -ajr v«r fattaty- 
a.'. ppp pa.r t 4# 

I’ l. » ■ i. • '.• pa a 4d n t'l 
i'4d (. - ki.c; iia.a il M 


1 r W..p'r T.migrit 
Wamip I 
.4 VtaddaU 
■ .1 U* <4 I 


M Plant Sajkd 

Modara aain4 


Slg4,l>WV 


.nrlman J Wr ' 4’ar 


' *v. -Md4V 


»p'-l 'It. • •• I. ini ,a I’l I I’.'* I *.« 

• . J.. I. •CP N. • a a»c 

-andTiar. k .a pfuiAr Bad ft-.rucMA 


CAR STAKES 

4 4t 44* 4«p iprgiA 19* 


• r • f '* • I ’AT»*''l. AimO. 

• ' ■ • ' ' 4 I >'• ma 

. p • • t* .pa kl 

nOll'fVM.* IttAII*... I. TO 

I- . • r< '■•p fv t *rn 


r I \ u ran 

.lipii aBP*»rtr| 


hi RMn KR 


ruB.srn rk 


Ml S|< Al. 
INSTHI MI.NTS 


Ml N|t \|. 
I.NsTia MI..\T.S 


B«r guar 


SHAWNIGAN 

LUMbbK 

BAPCO PAINT DEALER 
EV 2-7261 


HOME FURNITURE 


VALP.t l\!4lAt.l.ru ANU Kt;- 
I ;ta* At*a« Mr ak /!« 
Hat r.v »»l*u acn f.V targa 

-.1 Avn K»'HNArr. RrrAma 

. ' • ' a ort I i> atk .i. 


STANDARD 

FURNITURE 

Bargain Bosement 


TELEVISIONS 


»r»CJA. O.S 

f. r 


MUSICAL 

CHRISTMAS 


p* 

'r.gii. 


t'.nad 


I .» 4 l*> HSKM UAOli I'Hfe 

4 >1 <> I > . * ,p. I , (iltdllM'. 


$ 1 29 50 


OUR BARGAIN 
ALLEY 


S34 95 - 45 r 0 m ji p n 

Rccoftj Plover plus 
S34 95 Wwfth ot Victor ' • 

45 '•ecoreJs on the pur- 
chose ot any new or used 
1 20 boss prono occordion ViPirr 
— Solonti 120 * b 0 s s 
piano occord'on ond ' 
cosc, $109 plus tree 
records ond tree record 
plover 

Generous Terms' ‘ 

I 44 A.r Xmia is a.«a' Pan. | 


4 ffdiBka n»B<ai4 

a 44* 


POn PROMPT AHD MLABLI >• t <U 

flRVtCt *'V.*V,.' . 


i.iid* 


Used Furniture Speciols' n 


SIDNEY LUMBER 


:iirtg., cit'THlc BAN'it J*' 

t' 'p« ti» rvt-ttsi. 

. . ,i. . w. .TI Ain rovm. 

u • r : i,» I.V 4 insj 

wiiirr i.vAvtL**’ rt.>fy HAVOC. 

I . .T |A • c»r»rs 

k- a-, rp a* roT r.vaisii- 

'♦lAI kP.KIt. H:UY Al'TO* 

. Ilk «(l* I tall 


$99 50 


• H"..m 1 , 4 .- 

Tai.p4'i* 1.44' r 

It:*, ipr r I pim at atr.al 


Phone 

EV 4-4411 or £V 5-5021 


» llthl T 

■ -*• "'4 ■ r., 

«ta> 44- ii4« |p 

I - .1 Pg* SB* • 


SPECIALS 


iKld CitMirrItrid 


$75 00 


fit" 

I IP M 


ptTi 'or ' •*•; ItTkfn 73c ft 

t" CAVrr.RVtB »• 7<llrg 

a4 r tvmr iR Rp.#». OofSa.ii gr 

UP »->g.d4 Rgaaai. «,./ . 11} It 

SIDNEY LUMBER 
Ltd, 

I* lo.r homp 3U CJ’’* arnmar i Jcaat KVIilM 

'■ OPr.B ALL DAV SATVRDAY 


1 Pr Chtumr gp 

4 P Aar*|B, a A tl'4 
■ .P4r».i 

J.Pr. Ch(4t4rl.pld Buitf 
IP Aa .'nnai ij.'a 
f! ifliA Ln.rta 

r,i»a''.e>’; 

M*r.' '4 Da ■ ana 
Pai *. Rpd a t:nu' 4 I 

I. . »a tkiii. r#a a 

nai aim isair sRp.r 
Cgid Ta’t.p 


WESTERN 
MUSIC CO 

Limited 

758 Fort Street 
Phene EV 2-1311 


>.0 DnvkS PAVM1.M 
tY*MA A/4 lO’A MIA 


M S|-.W|.N(a MA( 


ISLAND BUILDING 
SUPPLY COMPANY 


Vincent s Apphonecs 
714 Votes St EV5 61 12 


• ..i.tv-r.-.N Htrfin 

a ' rv4 A rta*/» ' Paul 

> I • A I itn M 


I1> >B 


KILSHAW'S 

AUCTIONEERS 

1115 Fort St EV 4-6441 


fcl- ..t.i HIWINi, t IHTI’f 

*• Of t«»**'i B''ia. "I'P 


*• a a it p ou’..,.*» o' 

• 'n.». a. til ' 

I - 1 B* ■ a • 

p .pn«.4 i-.r, . .. 

^^•••p *«ir p,. 

.4 r • . . Rp.h.-pp • Angp • 

*!-.i 0 ’.ni reiTBP’.p Nait.'.ii 


R.iw *a hB'p aiBBP’mrd P pp'-p 
C n>a a*a> «"> n I " U f' a ..i 
14 '' ipn,-*ii u*4d «llll A-<'tiPhnrd 
M a 1 |t..4iL;k 

PiJ a trr P.ip'ftp-p A fp .p 
#> k k iiv.udirg >r> a.) ippt ■'« a- > 
Aapi ii’gpi and >g 44BP111.' 
p.rapata dtnr*'* f’rn, 14 49 

Waathar a i: la 4P' 

mi ! A BOOT- (» .o* ! rnp»P.-p. 
044 CAHRU OXIU& 44. B* tat* 
f*0 naa.i to Put pa,f f ra 
Mp' 4' a ia*4 rt'*' 14 f"f a mrnaj 
Bf u.at frnm itg to -4«** 


WARD'S 
MuSic L'mtted 

S Biarat to fir- a Vc j 


I hAKM iMri.K.>lf.MS 


VOGUE FURNITURE 

specials 


FENCING FOR LESS! 
50 ' COMPLETE $ 15.50 


butler BROS, 
$149 50 SUPPLIES LTD 

.* . • r-. • • t '•*•• 'a*-. •• 1 md 

$149 50 r.' 

. $3950 • ' 


!• <Ai a. I r.wntY <MYk T • ti 

[, i>m fnanag'4 *at*l. hi.rul’i 


■ tPI Ap-''4« 

LUNDS 

AUCTIONEERS 

AM Ari'RAlBIKn 
R K III 9 AMO nCU 
IH PORI - KV I »47> 

TOttR IMTTRKRP OR "OX 

T .ng iset B4 iPBaiii :r.e a aa 

li>< tamfutl 4 «a 1 * -f- 

Or «4 B. . luppjr tir* Ma''rB«4a* 
• r B-t ir'J'gi Vm.4 ’• T« ,r Aar 
aBp'ili'a'iAita All ««‘g gua;aa 
iBBd r. « <»7» 

ATTAR MATTRIpe CO LTD 

2* 4 Ogadra as HlLtitla 


pnra -Htn 

OAK 

FLOORING 
$15 00 

7ii I •% LR ;i aM CT. 

'*OURtS'ATtOS A.oRU DOOM 
til 0 

12 E2r OARAUK COMPLCTt 

| 14 A M 

Soonich Lumber Yords 

••...♦r A : n»i »ATi r>i'4 
2171 Doug, at Biratt KV l-ilM 


THE "COMET" RADIAL 
ARM SAW 


HALL-FAIRFIELD 


M .'!a t P. ■ RpM4 

WPP'iagB" •• O'.ar 

T' ••*- . Au ana'.C 
Wia*a»r 


BARGAINS' 

MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 


a.i- pr *ifr-i.> 
a ' ir-'n' !.’*• Il* 
•> '.HP and 


C»4A M’urdat TUI 1 p m. 


spw HAMMOND ff#r>HD OROA" Ya a* a: (pmV a 
• ■ n,4'f-tn| «.a • -. far aa * 

B''p g'»a'lT pagg-ad a-m* ar 

••r ,p. f rpPPMi 


ISLAND BUILDING 
SUPPLY COMPANY 

111 OOROK ROAD KABT 
Phnna K%' 2 VITI 
OPB BC Ctctiic B1M DapoL 


*. * »i t*ar pad xy R»P4:*a 

•; Qja. I.4d Ttinp.- art 


»■ mn DBUVKRV 


rmoeiua dp 


• piANO ki*J' R»:'r *V 
"•a-, ■•rt F j’-'. rwf'Ma* 
•rntp i.'w ev 


BUTLER BROS 


Thank vou. 

Remember— 

Lots of Free Parking 


STANDARD 
FURNITURE 
Borgoin Basement 


. 'Jl • 4*nrld a tl'-H 

4.* na- I '*1 

4 BUT Wri|-’ Sa» P.Mt«i 


MLllCAL INSTRL'MKNTn POR 
la.a er ta ran- Pgrt«r UuiK T>1 
Vi«« KV a-mi 

\ V1T A PLAXn lAnfriRY AND 
aa* t*>p >>«ftair r'a*»*ar Bria UA 
rifl iJPiuiraP CVJ*''.4A 


A',ib«r:tad A<m raJ Pic.i r>*B*i * 
t)M-l OBjg.M BL tVJ.JIII 


CLKAMRO 

rhrv4 BlBCB Cf-4g:ai'|p-td * agraC ’'a 
■.kxraaj » tJm *a*K "xna. ur..y tu. 
A.' 4TdX ftkaranlaw} Mt aii cm* 
‘•rpp'a C«JI Ar-’diBMdgr 
Vrorg. CV MBO 


LIOLIDATIOS LUU8KR PALI 
4» r- ap til pat t ftOa Imma-r. 
• p f|p,.vpr' K<Jd*a Rrna 217. Ka 
tiHin I’. pal Lv 2-aii, 

L» * n RMTl RK 


Cr 'irirTf. prt AIR D»T^ 
P.I,( RP BALE CO.RTl.R'U 


viitoria B CARCiver tnpr- 

•.an Bf 'rtnxi'Br a- na fi'A 
Vr IB* Marmni p» .ina R*.' • 

PIkdBt Ma..mir*i-,iP apd Ad.-^ra: t»*m 

lit at r-».B,p'P p*nra ♦' n» • 
iari4< Crptm a-i da lAanr.aPdapi 
• i>4 P. .r'arv ’tU I Kant 4 t'.d. 

Tt 2 pof. P r.' 2 -TJM 


r- a Va'f T'4 -■¥ A 2 r« 

P • /a-'-kg Ptgar | iM 

IMa Pai|<k« A: Mar-BArp I. 


i-uYv 1 jhe 

LUMBER. PLYWOOD aw, 

BUILDING SUPPLIES Whittington 

ATOM LUMBER CO LUMBER CO 

Ji'* r-Si IMAI.T Af> , 

Wam'-'waa lu QuaffM A**. I 1 II 


' I - Mj* I’l# 

Jfiiiruir.pnia . 


0.«r>> aira in IL-n, ard R gg 
Vi4B It lull up Itam OB'4g|aa 


IjOokino roe good pvrni. 

'•ra* *at Pandern Purs.iura '>14 
Pand’tri ciatr C*al CVJ-«Jll 


r*iVt's;r... piA'H* frift REVT 
Pa- 4M. ai rpt nurrfiaaa pr.'B 
< ni. r.n CV i7Dt< 


HOLLAND BROS & CO 
NEW AND USED 
FURNITURE 

I3t 2W 9L tnont CV 2<»}} 

SPECIALS 


F & F TRACTOR 

r;*'TPKr‘T LTD 


Oirr CKRIlflCATM 


COU3STAL • TlPf BIDROOM 
• i ’4 44 raa I1MI CA ) 7I.« 


HALL-FAIRFIELO 
MUSIC CENTRE 

*71 pi^T IT TMove CV kkm; 


' Sf.r> HKINTZMA-N * (O BABY 

[ rV'f —a.'v. and banrn Iir rant 
V J <i.MA 


BjUtrAUu NOCR rRAtP iim 

rackar. lit ataraag tK K’ 12. 


CV KTMJ 


CALL US 


rop BAik Al uovT "Kw HAH- '*Ji rool 
maikd a»*t>rt art an Rm '*8«ctMB k« k.ikii 
•-MD PTANOR ONI R IRIR ^ . -a V? 

llli R«4.; >u>Mght iiM C*. ard HOir»VR Bl- B arr PTANO ACrm- Oa*n 

k‘. i (iUiiA’d 17V* J»T.» in— ',*> ■)., .pip m 4’'->4 ' Xt4«'l*>B •■'I P 

«.,kn OBPn ^ M4di*. '»r 4.<M -f HPB-P»t a*|p OR p «IT KV,-:i4 

and pr.da i-,. I Kant a Ltd ItJ 

Pail *• I. ]-:i#4 PAOIlPtCI' RARY OR ARD TV A.sT4 

..-.w vrifiPM*. r>t p-'.*VwvV^ K'r.*,,*'** * 7TV: J.’ 

ra-- «*« »*u' f-- •* *i#4.a>N: '••ta t K'.'pt* 

m ddan «4' tit aw «r. aarra** <■•"- SALK .2PRAM PtARO Al . — — 

' r-ad ' P iluk*. ',1 iMuip 4M ««r rmutHkna CjB*4iy4*d 

y I r CV XDS »• • ' rr“ 


MLSK.AL 

INSTKL^IK.NTS 


Par R»ai PrxBd 

Catii ar Car*in 


DEXTA 


MAYNARD & SONS 
AUCllONEERS 


'fM fjiTfT iLfcTPi' prvn 

• .** * I n. '*» d> •A’* '■ • *¥ --n 


COMING 


BUILDERS SASH 
& DOOR LTD. 


niictA noR 

HO* ii nfx rtMB 

ro iN 8 ULAn 

VlL'lURlA NOU"l*>U • 
LNALLATlL/H OiiMPANV 
■ IT PORI tTRln 
K\ 2 2221 rvrR Kt t ill! 
"COupark or-R pRi. u 4 nd 
WOMUIANBKir' 


9M <<ARP Al LY H, >A.' r * * ' 


Ta.* k.adaa a.-d xw «im. t < 
a»B '* 1-1 lyaaa a( ■aaa - pr 
aluaidaa aaiM K-icMMi car.it-*. 
ip4rlg't» hard»nxgt an* p. •n*. 
FV> rr*4 tatimaita M luta ta 

phBM rr ] im. 


PHr^fTJtRrONAI. 

INtTROcn,’* 

T*t,MPTT 


HCraTYMAN A m * P I A P. T 
aid-.a did paia'M Mr ml CV !-“>« 


Tutu uUttR tJtCRE I'CALCjr 
Man '***xr^rv Haar-ir A«anaa 
Pnutu Uk Mwj. e-i. 


ozroRo 

gn«diuaa 


Pamr Ma 



< 4 

11 nkOt'gad 

»fta 

.•-1 4 

Jt * ' 

« 

P g *4 

r !* 

"X‘ 

WH V 

. g.ltp 

r >• »f 

« «■ 

n • ' 1 

I^r %- * 

at. -!4rt 

t’.krdB'.rd 

»;»• 

• -ndt 

• > Iv • 

ard ki. 

d *' '<t4 

p ' • 


p'f’ 1 ki 

'.n r I, 

ki^prt, 1 

t«.r1 


rima 

Civi - m 

(ADA -ISM 

C »l - tv- 

I'V 

Na*«i HrwKtdft 

1 'll gf. iLf U -Mm 
1 t*ia U ftriK-riPt 

' N44tt Jtifv >’ art* 

• w 

Nbmv uraanlMt 

Rag* i>.ig* 3>.. .« , 1 

• <« 


1 ^p^v\ Tima Out 

mit .Sa*4t t i-pp* 

• 30 

I'anr lhi* 

' '-.r On- 1 

1 C-.p-rri I .. '4 

lU lAr 

hr>*A 1 tM uw 

! .Sp .'L 1 iir.4 LM 

\ • i' > 1 .are 

.0 30 

r.4 'rip ui.itpk ' 

1 f ...p . 

1,4 >4 ' an 

II ,« 

Nr«< Kd P»>. Pam 

n • r Mailt 

>4' V » ! M -.H 

V, 

l^.'tnnav Ml A 

-'<1 , VI 11,' 

\ •- » I- Tf .1 W-,1 

; It' 

^ Srw* Ysgii Sku«iF ' 

1 Ap *a I. Ip 4i 

. ^ '%rj «. 

Vi 

1 >pu« V III Mtaic 

iApab r»p N 

. r 4' .nil uatuia 

1 <*i 

>r*>4 V •' 

I.ira H''4 

1 i . ' 

1 >c 

. It'k* \ 

1 . II ,4 H. . If 

, 4 

. •«< 

. MJ 

n ■ I ' * .4 

{ Tl'l4 14 \ I ‘4 

N. .» '. **■ ir i 
' . . lliU Kp* .14 

.u .4, 

. g. HH ' '4 

1 1« 

' V» ' . 

I 4. ’ 4 1 » 4 Otd 

*14' * 

1 » 

|TI .4 !i V.., . -4 

1 1 a Uii< 

Ti ' • .,1 V, , 

t • 

U... . \ • 

!>, «v i .ma UM 

>1. .. . .'.g.'.f 

t 3B 

1 1< 4iiftr *1 'll*# 

r. p UU' 

i '■ 1 

1 o 

Np** 4. R -tiing H'dna 

'|.'V« si«ria 

. '• .rail 

-• w 

• S4444 h ki.r 

•pipr.fl 

• t 4 . »♦ 

b -«i 

>44. »u'«r 

1 Nr V t fua 30 

»' V». .ft 

B «> 

UM'd-*.-* 

1 Nip-rv fi* 3o 

I- 

1 uu 

1 nr A* va f uut4lu|. 1 

1 Ar v\ AlPvn.. I 44 

Na . •>. t. 

; V 

• .. p • 

! Mrm-dAaa Ip Mutle 

4«ri| and *v a 

nOO 

!tr-*A Cogitomn 

1 Hc'.«g i,A a 0.»ra 

l’«a !' •• 

1 30 

♦ at 

1 ilA 4 L'hi i. a 


1 (n 

VrnM t'nn art Hall 

N(*k'4 UA a Crua'a 

Klui.i 1 

»30 1 

• 1 *4 ilaii 

;4'l- l.ktrilT.kn 

, • ■ ,im Mp«« ' 

.'.'ti 1 

•■P.V4 >,Kl* 1 

•icMi UA 4 CPoara 

■ rg a 

... V] 1 

■ .•ra(4«i M i'*rl4# 

DA • Cn- '• 

f ¥apii v4« 1 • 

, 'r 

4P4*t .larr*"'* . 

'.r .< 4 UA a Clkura 

r.'prrt 1 

r. 30 

M4MWBT l^r*a 1 

UA • Ov >:• 

« rivprt. ftP'at 


'.-I M' 

It,: 

'ir. :•, A TINY 

' < ‘ 

3 P 

,, .gr i t! «rv ,4 

AT 

44" 

1 IP'r.i* 


'• • 

H ... Pg','. 

1 Ma.'.rd .'-na 

4,1. M- i4 

'• t 

1 V >n ...I J.ian 
' . i U 3 "vrf» 

*, r 

.*1 ■. r 

M . (. 

M vr 

1. ii>.r"iar Rill 
i; r-.i^vp 

A’.', r 

V ' r 

P-, ' r M>*t»m 

M» "-'I 

I*. f.r\ r 
• ■ k d 

■ r. .I.C 
Mall .It. PI 

Hr-trin Nr«a 

' . 1 .7 r 
fv. . . f.ll.lt 

M' Adam* A 2 ** 

Ha-g--' • 

•4a. r."-.- ' 

II . ai pgiiai 

!' . .... •> 

rt ..k.’iu. ■ 

I'la .u*r •* 

1' 4 g»r ■' 

Ai'V M.'via 
M p 

P* - .. It. al 

• . V- .4 

‘ 1. f ^ 





«S SnKTI.LAMHH'A for 


amnRLLAyvovt 

WANTED 


Biflii <Folimt«t 

Tfcg Mi i y . D«« 1). <fl( 


Si MUCELUUaDOra tm-\ 
HAI-K I 


CHRISTMAS 


fhurt MU w Mil 1 

>r«r tU OM < J v-ti n>n«« 
ON T tm 

r^k>KA 1 AM 1 rt.t'MBIMO A^f 

^Udti^rMUTttL t Rtikm. 


HANDBAG 

REPAIRS 


Woodward's 

USED APPLIANCE' 
AND FURNITURE 
SHOWRCX)MS 

779 Pandora Ave 


mn Qcint aalc MAaarv har 
ru II UAciet Can tt» »vtn ai 
D»««nan • MMi't ItaUM Tt* 

JMtnaofe W ] 1111 


wa a»a ttwfuiiftt in m* rantirint 
at hanlbaAt bnd iMtIiir toMi 
Alt aark prataatlnoallT dusa aad 

fgaraataad 


VICTUHIA TRAUUia LTD., m 
Ybim Wa Mr, aeu. irMa and ar 


7 > TOOUt far SALE or 
RKNT 


rUiU<m.’KK AND APrUANCa 

K’KL'aASSo roft cam 

AiLSHAWt - KV M««l 

oooo gcAurr” irwB> DiHiiaQ 

rouM MDia, • or 1 »tar« OM n>OM 
UHt-taw orontnai 

UUOD BOOKS Ai.WAYi~BOu 6 lA 
MAt'NTU •U>KS 1 I 0 P 
M» Pon tea at P lan a tV >im 

snot »<rrnSr ~ grrAU iu(i« 
knuaiit OarkMO roBOOTcd laiina- 
nblo Nlitai SV dav 


JOHNSON 

LEATHER GOODS LT;D 

nil OmclM M. lOpRojtw ■aldja'ai 


pmKKiR ei.M.THICAL 
OoNfTNUCnoN LTy 
‘‘•ur rwr uviua rnn Metnr 
Kapma ’ 

Adanu lar aS C 0 K. moiura 
and eoMnda 

mo i*«fiaa CV AA 


APPLIANCES 

SPECIAL 


»Y>B RKNT 

tMoa Uaaiara — Compf*aaura 
Rack OnJii - Conr rno Ureokan 
PuApa — Mum 
LKU Cun Uw UaAMf 
Atf Radi*r. M muAUtk I V A 4414 


R«oor>ditlor>e<J Washers 

lAUar RTUrga OunraniM 
fluuar aroUMTA TV Via* ftraal 
faur waahkg MacMna ^nlra 


WAVTRO — AN AUTOCW* 
i*A»,.nabk' RV « addi 

WAHTRD - U S t O nrRNITL'RR. 
Ho; land Bran * Ca CV l-Vil 


WRINGER 

WASHERS 


rKBTIMXKKd 

OOCiT~UUANiX due dACR. MINI 
nium iaiivary Hvt oarkA |k 1 r>r} 
(iu<k farm SMivy uo 

rtiirKr> mav' rk i yim ns 

Uvwpd I • I ■' 1 '^ -nr OK » ’C 7 


Motirr 

Rin«r' (.un>i>ir a* nra 
i«*T Va'jom eWanrr 

TAYIOR A ro i :4 PORT RT 


wsNTMi rovnrxAFR 

*^l*ttaai I'lvina UR 


TUP ■Oik. RIKAa AAU_»I 1 I 

aT dLACk top « 0 (U PLAI 
».li >k>i rtjra n<ao iTa\H. naroira 
S'd and manuie Cv Uta Mr-k 
C N'Aun. OR 3 IMI 


RANGES 


dPKl'IAt. - 8 ink RAlDK 
'‘fiiilrtt dk i ft Ik 
t/r«- 2 'b nai Hr SF 

nnMfu Id IIm Mk kiiuri 
ri-ad* 2 nradt f.'r iv 
t-*ft ■■■•n araiir a 2 

■Bi No I niuid null 

TaBI* Ola t»b iBa>i 

A Ski* utt ib You *a>« aiura «n»n 
VIM ihnn lOA PttwIllnio S 1 T 1 

Q'ladia Opan ataninv 


U AX 

train. 


«w»vwq^ «Aj*rtc rmmiru. 
iti.n lU'ti ana radio } aiiaakn^ 
II . >1 (k 2 « S mnntna Ala. «i|| uadT 
lu. i 4 f amuito trkea «iUi ra>n 
diuacama, ar piann tV #-W* 


N,r natia "t i.anri' |at 
coal and combiaailoBi 


M) HOATS AND MARINI 


FRIDGES 


( 1 RKY NKOTIRBD CAT R#. 
auiiaa qulai hoina alan Mrt Pl- 
atan cat CPL. Pbana BV «-Mdd, 
KV 4 -UM. lO-i 


«■ ■« MiiPM m% m Bn m 
FOR HER FOR ANYONE 

SMaHMMIIUIMlWIWnMIl W«KSBlVBK»4MMMfCBi«BlCfi 


Rrar naa ana U«a ncb nodcU 


siMMMdBawimadsnaMi 

FOR FAMILY FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 

iWWTWtwwSJWiJWWiwv > 

XMAS GIFTS B'<=YCLE LAY-AWAY 

FTOIM 

WOODWARD'S 

779 Pandoro EV 2 8932' 


FOR THE 

YACHTSMAN 


FOR FAMILY 

XMAS 

IDEAS 

FOR LITTLE ARTISTS 
COLOR BY NUMBERS 


THK 

Imi f:.r 

Id W awl Ik 01 / t -- - 

r Nt Ckf rawtuy larva ai llOBt 
Vi.dorlA Tent 4 Aataung, 01 Uai- 
munu. BViaiA 


nm.mtrN a play 

tor OincUnak pup tanta at 
:x/ dAd* t r epaa (•■niL 


PIANOS 


fKriTTtBU AND warr kiom. 

land aniia terrier pupptaa tron 
Heatberbelia irmon o 4 bartnrminj 
di<iV UK t-NM 

llAltY Hl'tRUr*^ f A I. K 1 N d 
Birain or«Wr » wr lur ChnaintaA 
licHanUc Salt*. 21 Buraaida Wrei. 


UonaNi nedaB 


Wa arrv Ax^aita a'aa i< 

POMPA^Kk RAWiMSTRRA 
OtOTKR CHH/iMK HAKDWAKC. 
rrr 


SINGER SEWING: 
CENTRE I 

XMAS 

S U-G-G-E-S-T-I-O-N-S , 

NEW 
SINGER 

from . 


Small Dap'Ut WiU Muld Any Xltm. 

iCfMi ... 0 ^ W up 

jRAueiQua i«»R 9 uo 

!rKrt'MPH.s ...... H‘i‘‘ 5 up 

LA.gp SETS .......... M» 

' C'eniMeia Saleminr. nf tli>Yrlr«. 

Aii-na <ie< and CMMnrna Ti^'i 
rCHMS - THAOEI 


14 ' ponabia l« M* conaaM. 

Rodio- 

Combinotions 

Wi'.n aotsmatic rhancrri 


1 / ^ni hava a Ya>mcman 
Fitnerman 'm • nir liai. 
an ua I-'r i/» 


KBUtATCKBD PIMAUt BAUOVSP. 
d muDiiia old A iiaricM pat lea 
• liiMraii Itiu Chri«lmaa. ITk, 
tiHt 1141 altar • pat 


C't# a (in r«r'>Rrair ha 
apvivl ai nr hie January Sale 
TAII/'RKO^ MKA«i RB' 
SITTA TiiPCitATS 
dPl-tKT JACKETS 


BPeriACit IN APPlIAhCCK OB 
- Aunbeam fry pan*, xtram tic/oa 
enttna. i<>a>iert and eintrie 
kntiet Opra atl day Wrdor»d*<f 
and Pridat« iiii I Kent a 1 ,'d. 

:o Pan di rv ' t-m _ 

KV 1 -M 1 I 

tl(M>r r'tmkt relied 
rapa-ard piaU lot ali maNea 
Rax .lartstl'iririt rliMprr I>k aaia. 
l•lttl'B■ KYI AKOP 
•17 Por. Jh Phone BV 4 *211 

ReOtRIlA' A OIPT THAT KRBPS 
OB tixioc the year round Tar Uta 
'aruee' anil mcixl rompleta aalrr- 
■ on <ea Krni a Ltd itulay Open 
ail day vtvonrxiiava aii’l Ft data 
•■tl k 7 »: r-M «l RV 1 - 7 I #4 


IDEAL GIFT 

SHIP CHANDLERS 
(McOUADE'S) LTD. 

1J.S2 WharT Si ' .>> Yata*< 
ev i 1 141 


It < ad eaty U lolldp me ouBiLeced 
color eiiio* Ki< riMiiaioa I diirar* 
ant lamoua fatrv tap ptnuret ■ 
rtttnr yinrlla and a dtalltl ftrnrtl 
• harpener frame bordered pir- 
■ u;e' make Ibem ideal tnr 
deroratuKi m i CA 

Cempieu kit _ . 


VnitNil HINUKH CANARUCS. 
Youiia budalet |4 4 k Vl*ta Variety, 
nil tkuualoa PluiM KV 2 mi 

«»i.i-?T»:»».n'rixKtRA .sPAVKfi 
tetnaie 1 m •nllia male 7 midirha. 
V ■ UK y i4du UR » 4Mid 


Philipa Cwek JUdin m Diaalir '•ate rARini'HA 
friid tne'al far* ai'omaikr oif.on r> 4 id’a» 
Pith •imed Butlai to uperaie ap- 

srir $48 00 

Piiiiipt Peraonar fXirtahlr :: lea 
ihrr rarntnf <aM inniDie-e w tn 

K“.r' -- . S34 79 

RCA Mantel ftadlo ••in pn'tna 
iDptM lara and SO 

Uiortaate kpa'.at ^**** ■J'J 
RCA VlfMvr Uanirl fUdi" *‘’h^ 

•bor'araye nanda and » 

BtierM input Spe<ta. 


JOHN McMASTIR 
I MEN'S WEAR 
$89.50 RK 2 FORT EV 44 TU 


FURNITURE 


Ne» and uaad for ll«inf romn 
ki'.chen badranip 


HAUATKKA NEW HHIPMENT OP 
iiuiden Dror hinta'eia from ii ll 
Prtiaud IJI Purl At K\' 4 -a ?12 

Lnvn.Y* ROBTroN pi'i*ptvi Ber*. 
laterep »M> tM 4 M <MI • *dA 1 


AWARD 

OIL PAINT SET 


Sewing Machines 

T'eae e and ana Virkrra alactrK 
por'ab.e 


mercury marine 

tVuthiard &a>ea-Aarx'''a 
lin r>ier>/aary Bireer RV S«n 2 


VACUUM CLEANERS 

• IKOER OOLDBN OUDI 


XMAS DECORATIONS 


UHJtRX CUCKCR » MO.VTRA lit. 
F.V -•SJ'ti 


Walker Marine Soles 

■penrer fka’a — K<’«. HuHa 
IMl Feltham R 4 . PN>n» (JR 7 ? 71 T 


WMrTTWfWn PURNffORI 
L*nMl''ied cheaia. deiaa eta 


for 

THE MAN 
of the 

HOUSE! 

QUALITY 

TOOLS 

Built to Lost 
li" PORTER CABLE 
ELECTRIC DRILL 
(geored chuck) 

Rcq $33 50 
SPECIAL 
524 95 

PORTER CABLE 
' ORBITAL SANDER 
Rcq 544 95 
SPECIAL 
539 95 

Phniie Will# nr tlrnp In' 

Prea Oeliveit on ALL Pnpcr Tooli' 
Thank Y'’ti 

Rfiro-mher — Lou nf Pree Parklrif 

The Moore 
Whittington 
LUMBER CO. 

1 LTD. 


»l rUKltS, POULTRY 
ll.\Ti:UING EGGS 
A.NU SUPPLIlkSk 


WrSTKKITB TOl'R KIWW MOW 
ar. 1 Of 4 *rvcW ancinet etri- 
hauled Bladri iharfened. keta 
rat Virinria a feryVe Centre * 
La«n Mopet Hnapilai Ltd CN >7 
Hr >ad and Cptnurant KV 2 -$ 10 . 


SPRAY 

BOMBS 


NEW BICYCLES 
For Xmas Giving 

•mail and rer*’*'' "** 
.St«n>l«"t <r I 

From 539 95 fo 555 95 

OFTTIAO IT AT 

"WOODWARD'S" 

» YOtm BIST OCARA-XTCB 


lotroducforv Offer ' 

FREE 

Revolving Brush 
Vo'lue $19 95 

AU »0 

•vMi| Raakela » AeVMnt RAtrt 
Btnier ScKaor and Shear Beta 

AND 

Beoutiful 
Sewmq Cabinets 


Fully ReconditionerJ 
Some Like Nevr 
Comoo^e Our Prices 


WEST BAY MARINA 

M'* <e fiervirmc. *i:ua " RV >440 


WANTKO - UVB >OWL “iuift 
rauirra. Hp pricaa. «r*ifhad at 
putir piacd. («R i-iJaa or UK »- 3 i' 4 . 

mp-RATB PAY rOR'uVK poui^ 
try. Vtcioc m Pom tyy. BV KNtl 

K.iH SAI.L HASUINU »KM>Kr 3 T 
Ulx* away pruca PNm* UK * 2077 . 


pi>R YO(iR TRCB 
Anver and (*«l«ra 


«Ti>P THOHr ANNOYIMJ TV 
C’lmmerrial* Blab aft Ii noeo 
atl day Wertnetdava and Ptidava 
tta « Keetv • ku> . 744 Bi 


eSOUIMALT MARINE 

B\ vaa 4 t IVtet 8 i»ra«r VrVH« 


OTHER 

PAINT BY NUMBERS 
OIL SETS 

a> ll to 12 kO 0 > 4 . tJ 7 .x M U 
and de I'lar CQ 

Nr* AMiaf .pj. P-i 

Anthropology 

Students 

Herea a navel kift far anvone 
imaretied i« prahKinric anenmcBa 


Woodward's 

USED APPLIANCE 
AND FURNITURE 
SHOWROOMS 


VAN ISLE MARINA 


TviY'; T»l UFLIGHT TOIV 


LIVFXTOTK A-ND 

n-lLDS 


OaCO-FOKO LMUltL RNUINEA 
t 4 <n| wtsebt. apace aavlot tuaaad 
trondniv atlh aalrtx 
4 ct.-iider M OHP from II «vt 
• Bdua i no h D aaa c«ruie< 

0 ev'ihitei too BHP frmn IJ tt> 
ifcquala ItO h a kaa rndM- 
Llaier Dittel ebainea (ram lilt 
INTKRCBPTOK maiiaa enainea (a 
211 h a ftam It 140 

PtAKF.RnOY marico aoiinn 4 
riiindrr 31 lib I'll 

OaM 110 hb Chrt 4 .CrtIt I 70 » 
Cted 311 bp tnicraerftnr II lit 
UAVHKW «T 7 UrrT * WtU-IAMl 
LTD 

Sill Oa iilaa A' KV 4 -MM 


FTN 4 SALE WHITE WELSH SHxV» 
|> r. r H f. «>nnrr IWai Krr- 
« 1 rrrd nirehred (elding Engllah Btyd 
iJu/H-an. 


txrvlWfl liaiiNV 
A 4 Y 1 exriiinca 


But, '■•I II ai Wf»)fi»atda 
ti Your Iteti Ouatatnee 


St rww P«>K AALI AI.DO MUT. 
lun tnr <ale. •hlle-fared heitera. 
OH a 20 f >3 

MINK KAKMER WANTS HnK.«tX. 
cuwa. PlixMiF anyllme. (IK B-liRl 


Ask About Our 
Xmos 

Layoway Plan 

WY WnX ARRANGE 
CHRISTMAN DELIVERY 
roH YOU 


779 Pondoro EV 2-8932 


rarior * (> 4 .jtl_Fort. 

NEW AND UBPl) INVJR CtJTSRRR 
fni vale Recundllinnrd and 
xired Prliea Key Blii'B, «4“ P*r' 
Ntrre' KV 4 42 J 1 


RCA RECORD 
PLAYERS 

Chnirf af rninra »ei( co :’ainrd 4 
4peed. ananrif io»f ^29 9^ 

M da«n 0 oKMith. 

FIJIKTWCWD 4 xiteed CTA QC 
portabta Only OC 

• Weae up tn M'l' 

RCA-CLOCK RADIOS 

A Smart «i|i t"' 

S39 95«$54 95 


* rWF lokMRS Sl'FPOLI AND 
.Antiihil'nim pr-ua GRk-Snn 


HERE WE ARE I 
ANOTHER 

CJ. MCDOWELL 
USED SALE 


rmhled ktt alze CO AQ 

irmc 1 bub 

TYRANNOSAURUS ‘ 
52 95’ 

huh Ji.TJ 

'ed DinMaur T«taat Dtnnaaur 
indar Luard. 49 

ANCIENT 
ARTILLERY 

(o) Civil Wor Field Piece 

lt»a*a pla’ed eralrd tram ftffiMal 
phnini 'hit »e* raiBBleie wi'hl 
meiallred flirink* meial chainx | 
itpe and ea«t .!o-lix||na ^IBvirur - 
tieny, rhntaiita 14 pieeet ^ ^ 

fb) Revolutionory 
Wor Cannon 

Ooera'inr harretl iodl rhea« and 
• heela mfialtied bartei and 
flt'ing* idite and •aty-'n-fAllna 
inairtiriloa* ei /tO 

tnrtuded .pi-MT 

(c) Novel 24-Poundcr 

(.•omple'f at abd»e and hTe.-»ae in 
de.nland $1.49 

Ml GoHinq Gun 

Early Aireriran marmne run A 
inidtir and iniereailnk pirxlel 'ha* 

1 1 49 

$98 50 ** aiaemhlr ■ 

AUd hiindreda of 

$55 Dinky Toys — Corgi 

• tructv rat*/* lankk »nd 

army xehirlea ha»it»rr» fiia 
1 aO cn ttufka and farm "tiarhinery 


Id h p Univrraat Reduction i'%r 
RebuUl tl0 

M hP B’/riianab rehvilt .. 1411 
Mk 2B Me'rgtv trb'.ilt I2U 

ORR MARINE OIBTRlBt'TOR.E 
llii hinca''*' fli fT>nn« EV . VviS 


WANTCn -- ONK PONY OCNTLS 
e(iou(li for chiMrra < 7 R l-tl 44 


BimuaA. POTATOES. 

Hike, rarnaa, cniA»aj|e 

arm. Dirduva Bay. Ph. 


till LBS. 
'inbma a 
Mattk'li'a . 
;I,K -t nil 


llRi i AK.S l-UH .nAI.L 


TAR'lB .MnOEL TV im 


U r. IT . - , 

•M n «|ieakri KCA 'r>' 4 Tl j>la> •• 
0 ' S'xl ^ 4 * 'rh' t^' KV l»«»l 
alter .'/ • pm 

n iX LKSUTH FI R (i‘AT H‘ I' 

« n • fUx tea: ii/- 14 11 Ver> k -el 
■ ■n-l'irt. Gfie' K\ 14 IA 1 ai'er 
1 pm 

T * R K P V ^ - UR AI HfFtH 

k iMvl ginde A 1 an* V «e '* 01 } 4 'm- 

ll. 41 ea M"«' Market U ,1 

laeidiav V EV 4 a ‘>1 > 

TWO KVESING fOllMAIJt fiUt- 
12 0 <e blue 01 and <>n» ixe.'t 

and anile Ei elknt rmvli 

M.r rvi-MM 

TMREK MATHBGOM rUCTim» 
nea aiUl flUmt* »0 enter tl*' 
•n vhiie till Vktnrxa I’lumning 
oo rv 4 1141 

OIRLH COAT R 17 .K A -7 RWJE 
for ittm IT (irl « bike auil 12 
yrar ., 1 ,i (nod rondl'lan 112 
OR • vna 

fUlYR ltKAT« RIZK 7 AN NEW 
aita >ki> axh pnte* ladx • 

tllrvele ion g-teen* Aar , Sidney 
l^.'liie Sidney 4444 

I.AIHIW rOATB 8 Hf 3 R 71 K COAT 
hia/ef M/r Il-la Man » -line* 
l«n> 4 ihxie* All dOod rondl'inn 
Cheap 1721 Pai'tield Road 

UNO) AUrOMAnC AND aCMI- 
aui»matir •••her* iiuaranieed 
Krnm 114 up liiand Waahrr* 111 
Cha iwih RV 3 141 ) 

(tIRLR I.AKOF-SW’.R NICYCLR 
aarellant tondiMon ine tltnimM 
1 ', and I rvi onil 

CKRIHTMAS ilIfTB PUR 
vpaf*«n*eh Halpb Wlieffi * Rteir* 
tn« a/p (*an<lura RV J -7714 


SFR OUR AO IN ' MRISTMAS 
gift tul'cAn Kirlaeink P/aducia 
•nd Marine SuPPllai Ltd 
ltl Talex St EV 3 1031 


QUIT 

STALLING 

VISIT 
VICTORIA 
DODGE- 
DE SOTO 

For Sure-Start 
Top Condition 
Dependable 
Winterized 
USED CARS 


•THir BOAT RITLORR* »CI*IM.V 
Hot'SR ‘ BulMora MMi * Ihnr. 
|.‘<t KVJlia Jjil Gatiialiv K >i'l 
Barda rala tdywtivla hAt lumtter 

“ KAYAK fOR XMAS 
Material and plan* nrm>>'e, 112 
Saani h LairUtet Varda Ltd Ph 
».V 5 I41A 


GIVE THE WIFE 
THE DREAM OF HER 
life ^ A NEW 
ELNA 


MANTEL 

RAnins 


HUDSON'S BAY CO, 

APPlIANCtS JRD ri'XvB 


TWO DAT NPECIAI. 'WPT4 • 
ThjM ' While iAperlihaMe run 
per r'lh at»'a Hi reniv pe» |nol 
D>4 CdutPAent til Yaret 

Sr.K OCR AI> IN THE XMAS GT>T 
G.i'de •<htp TTanilir'i 'irtMle 
t.V WMit (ind Ya'e«> KV 11141 


or any ftecard P'avar vaiua to 

lap «t 

"K 

• laoitl-rpm Herurd PU>*r pl<it 

• 74 00 varth of Vinar 4 t-r P m 
K.'. ida on ANY NEW GK • a»;i» 
l.yi HALS riAVG ACCnRUIf/h 
uii-ed tram lliPM un 
■b-elteli- :r<> Maa Are.ad"<n and 

• xae liTV •/ I'.ui rree l* 4 Ma (if 
Hi'hrxei C</ntea*a | 3 h-ha»a and laae 
|!l« 1 ' p<ua free henia gift. 

fnvp 

I -4 Nl «i*yr*h .d V'r’.a iVl P m Rnr 

arde aiht |i>>rrha*e of 12 a 01 10 - 

« p m Plaxri 

anMx- 

k' . lati yr>ir'h •</ Vim^A 14 r {• m 
Re- e la Ui'h rnirrtxate at 1311 / 
4 & r p m Plat ey 

nPNRROUS TEPMN 
U*a Our Xmaa lATavay Plae 

WARD'S 
MUSIC LIMITED 
2 Stnre* 16 Serve Y(xi 

IlM Braaft KV 3-1144 


TutA Writ •( tbi R 4 gfii 1 ftb«>ui | 

T«n fiiork* tiewn Ai 

11114 BRtOOK »r. KV >7IOO nr -p I 

aeving 


tn and •»* nir 
’ ramnei* deaiancd to 
any mariRna 


XMAS GIFTS 


Kt.SA SKWINO MACHISCB LTD 
743 Port 84 KV 3-4111 


CHROMK MARINE ntTK 
HARIWARF. IN OHT CAKTriSE 
Nax>k 4 'i«i l.ikh* ki'a -Rnnninf 
i.'jr’* er I A/vrva i.'*/'-. 
a • enr P -a'M 

W.a'r 'Ll* and Arrraa 'r ea. 
«.'ee-in* Ki'a 

Speed nir rr* 

Canpi«*e* ind approved UlO 
Bax.ng Cu»*'i-'na 


ANGUS MARINE 
Bee nir ad in <lia 
Xnai Gif' Columna 


FOR THE 

YACHTSMAN 


wroo* EN';tNP.S 8 r.gUJPMENT 


FOR ANYONE 


piwdxa rv T tet 


h BOAT 4 HP OUTBOARD 
• 130 CV 2 - 7 ia$ 


CHROME MARINE 
DECK HARDWARE 

K-pieea te* rnnau'nc nf 
t.rau cTuKta and nandtea. 

$1775 

SHIP CHANDLERS 
(McOUADE'S) LTD. 

1213 Wharf B« 'foot Tatecl 

EV Jim 


TIMHLR 


GIVE 

YOURSELF 
A GIFT 


KAYAKS! 


POIIEBT IJIVO 


We't-OUlIf aafe hfatn* l-l’^yl 
kavaka rpmpleia «i(h <«a 
rinaia'iPn i«nta and paddte 
Ayailahla pain'ed nr unpaintrd 
ftom 


Example: 

1 952 Studebaker V-8 
Sedon, Aufomotia 
tronsmission, radio, 
heater, 1 owner 
driven. Drive it to 
appreciate it. 

$795 

1951 Buick Sedon, o 
V irTGR beoutiful one-owner 
cor, rodio, heater, 

$995 

1957 Ford Custom 
V8 Sedan, shining 
block with white* 
wolls, rodio, heoter. 

$2195 

1956 Plymouth V8 
Club Sedon, driven 
by only one mon. 

$1595 


Find out whaf o freof it 
IS to hove your trovel 
plons made by experts— 

AT NO EXTRA 
COST 

Telephone 
FEATHERSTONE 
TRAVEL SERVICES LTD 
734 YATES 

EV 2-2822 - EV 2-4711 


EATON'S 


An Ideal Xmaa pr'<en> 7 nf (ha 
rhildrrn and narenla 


Trode-in Deportment 
636 Broughton St. 

Ovi'-iaiia Cnarb Lu-at 


MOTOROLA 
CAR RADIO 

PLUS FREE 


ANGUS MARINE 

-.HI t 70 ' HI.AS <T. P.V 4 7 I 


SAY 

MERRY 

CHRISTMAS 

with a 

Musical Gift 
EUROPEAN imports 


HKKL ITIUTY TKAII.KR 
-mr.i I 4 rlite'i.. |ir*p<ai0 
f.V ? «U; 


winTn AR* J»'?r a pkw 

IVrMK PI'KKD AT RANlK.M 
fpnM OUh IJtHGO ppi rr 
TIGN or UA 3 D PURSinrnp 
AND APPLIANI no t "MP I** 
TODAY rimoBC YOUB 
NStCiS AND NAVK 


AVTrSKA AND 
IKPTAU ATlr»*l IP 
punritAAPD BBtoftr J 


HOLLAND BROS & CO 
New ond Used Furniture Pneed from $59 95 

rot l..ee' rhme EVir*MI TPRMA AVAILABLK 

GIFT SUGGESTIONS l/IMr" "T\/ 

Wa'cj. Te* Wa|-te and Trat S' 7 70 IxM NvJ I V 

I'.,, -.u .M NOW AT 1*73 OOtJOLAB PT 

OppOMlt Brt.T. KV4-0*: 

K.M'f-aa and C'«mx*ll 


A Genuine 

COWICHAN 

SWEATER 

Is on ideol ond 
procticol gift for any 
member of the fomily 

vmiT on* NPW 
BTORK AND BKf TIt 
l ARGCBT BICIKCTION OP 
BKAUTIPm. S«'PATERB 
IN AtX 8ir.a AND PBirn 


CTTARS cnmp eia w-'b hard , , ,, jy 4-3707 

rtk%^% W W> 

MAVfmiJNA Wi'h hanl oaaaa I pril-MAL UKO** RYMr 

•.y- Mtey tWiVI f'.fmxi lit* n»« *>aa 13 rh^ne 

B’TTOS ACCGRDins* dir^-i *V 3 wAi 
fr-im HiH . .124 no y« lit 44 VKMY nr/OIl BCrmoKRATOB 
,, . »A 4 ai*o ii.»» t to-iixn Kakiali 
nit. • 'h 1 atiu IM KV » J 07 A 

3 »\mL» m» LNcvn/jrKiHA xirr 
...layi uaa~| f'* a«-.rxa'>*e 
i;»; : a‘.I: '•.' 4 n pm 

tliK TUt. UKNT aiU'AKNS A.ND 
iR-k-r* m iv-y> ■xiupr* * M. at 
Mailaei «n Injuglaa KV B 7271 

ij 4 Hiir>n mocK in“towr op 

i/and fll< ar aa* h»ai*ra T»rma 
Kada r 4 al* 4 . 101 # Part XV 3 ttU 

EV 7 U 11 'Git KV Slur. (>R gi AKTLK 
ball ur t*l»ul 4 *. (;*«g f*a 

»..-r >*-ll ima>ihB>>ir. ».v 1 *IA 

IcMRIBIVAB tWriDl PyjH BAI.* 
'«•••,- ak All Br .an H H 1 VU- 
<nr a Phimr Bont* 8 U 

lArC MKliCL UK LUXF PRIOI 
(■I. ex'.lia/it bill KV 4 - 4 ta 4 

A.A -SEW VAr’»'i V 4 rtJIANW 
Hn-u IM cva-asai 

WHI'yi.l.K IPII.LB SAME i/AY it 
nmetMiy lavtur * tu. tit Fr*tt, 

RRIILILT ' VACUUM ClJIANfKB 
ARC r.e«ne ioa P-*rt (V 4 mi ^ 

tlM'i-a l AllllT *al 2 NKAK , 
• UK l» nr* 17 % CV : w»' 

» n FT nuta.p i/'ivcH 

rangr arai i-ng mai >i>ra GKAWW' 

WA'MIxn MACH INK WITH 
puhiP all Bhona BV t 1441 

iO*Nt 7 Rr/'« B'.''X>T m nx-ysit 
K\' Tilt 

(I'Ko/l UX'AL TTHRKYS DR 


I w.i’ nchni.aa 4. <i f 

fe?r-*r-il''r 

I Kei^'fia^-'f *>n • *tp 

, I - . , r 

I M/>fia” »■ ' 4 va • e< * 

fitiyr tittiH 


VI 14 III VI — 

IRtl lA lilts 

MAKE IT A 

FOR BOYS AND GIRLS MARINE XMAS 

« SA r anw Ml w V « 

Dark HarHaara K>'» ‘Rnaadl 
O blpa*«rt 8p.»''*»mri»fi 
Liclr* • C-Mhlona 
Puhlni Tarkia 

Na« 48 ft>nr«da Ou'AAatd M"*nrk 

Cnent In and Bn-a*a Around *' ‘hi* »i 


WELCOME 

GIFTS! 


C. J, 

McDOWELL 


I uanaial Kla»ifir t r...tiiaf 
a,a< ir.r r.n*. it‘ 

1 a i‘ MI-* >- a 4 4har "A 

J C” i*** Ml • *> ** . t.ti 47 

I T»--' *i»»’** “0 

II .X" « .ixi/y*4 Omni rt--k* 

aa. n r : 

I loam rxinnar .layann illtii 

3 itca laiia «ina - ,,a*iarti.td 

a..t*r 

I 4|*n»l**ar*<l -J ritair llu 'lu 

I ib • Vina anil fray 

«l>«>ta.rirld IMI VI 

I »r>iuf!>' iti*n I**. ' »'* 411 

4 nnix iimail idt a-i •It'in 

I Only umad ..x a-tl la-i*r l/< i\ 

I I 1 m.'ai brO and .i'- ' 

I 8r;i var-> liJ' 

I V kinf 1- -pteA 

<.xinnmai’i*i> ridiA .. 4l2A 
I *« *T aifAH r te VI 

1 ,r* -t.am Dartay . |*a ~* 

I Baal'. »•••'/* * .4 to 

1 M<Clary a,*r-Mr 

• •■mbtnaiion rant* .... lit It 
1 MiCiary «te 

/•ymntnaitnn rari* tail' 

1 Ptandmi ya.uum i.aanai i;'** 

1 La. and Bil huT8*r H* Ai 

Jd Aixiy knnati > ama 

• linger •ateiart aa- h lilll 

1 m.i .RPA ll rv ..ll2tM 

I Oanara, Karine l-ra'lt 

raingar*’ )r Ilia *' 

I Brill* B-rai'-vn raa| 

nixi.r M4* 

• an y al-fi# *paad 

oonbinatioti rartma aarh 141 li 


WESTERN 
MUSIC CO 


DC ‘ Yl; Q' AI.ITY 

air MATTRESS 


HO GAUGE 
TRAINS 


7 M Pan Biraai 


DOMINION IMPORT 
AND EXPORT CO. 

•t 3 20 HN 8 ON 8 T BV 1-30 


"•*' surfacing PRODUCTS 

* MARfNv Brppi.rn i.m 

411 Taiaa $L XV 3 l«ai 


M*ra yaalk'tr 'Aka ia»* «ivare 

a«4 '« add 'n 

Aa. th« Tn Al l »*f and a. /a*»or- 
ta« lAT ar"r<in,» 4iid r-.ffrrtna** 

py.rrd frtxn lit t$ 

Bra lilt Raya’i l.na far iriA'iia 
ija'ai' at»l prari»i"B a’lrkm tnihip 
B.yaral n»a fatturaa a-Wad 
Cama tn far a DamAtiaifaiiAA. 


FOR 

MODERN 

HOMEMAKERS' 


HALL-FAIRFIELD 


JEUNE 

BROTHERS 


BARGAINS 
MtJSiCol Instruments 


GOT A CHAIR ON 
YOUR MIND^V-? 


SPARKLING 

NEW 

KITCHEN' 


No poymenti TiM 1959 

Victoria 
Dodge- De Soto 

Limited 

1061 Yotet Street 
EV 4-7197 


r«'.*«4 Gm>nt Bihty 1AM 

170 J.hR 4 *io B ’eat X\ 4 


Than !• ana and i»an.tar 'mi *h.a 
«!*«■ a 4 ».a«mani a 4 *a 'laae JU»' 
at..,- avar> ain.| .f ■ - atf iyi.»nii 
Ui'u-a-l Tha> 4 -a rakny 

a* ■ n.a "a» 'aug"* ii 4 i«>*at 4 
te t 4 ) • 4 n * nil A In'a'v riakar 
v«fr; a' pt lit 74 >a n>i* fam.«i» 
An -aiKihg *1 >- n. 4 lia Play ami 
01 • a !•» -ri'a 'h'a Xmaa . . . 
•aaa y-Air uma pa»’ng ■( 


rmyiii,.'* -aaat’ aapt 

Ba^ord a * in' *n'i*< 


BPCnAl 

Dtrr i-pt»TmrATK 

roe DRIVING LMBGN 8 

Wotson's Dr*vnq School 

ItO eOORTNIlY AT BLANAHARI) 

KV 4 ttf 4 

«•*■»•<«»«•**•****“■*• ***•■■ 


We Con Install the Very 
Smortest 

"YOUNGSTOWN" i 
KITCHEN UNIT | 

TO *TT YOUR 

RPoriRiairrTA' 

Whv Not Drop In Todov 
ond See Our Display of 
These Uo-to-dote 
Kitchens 

von V"j ; Ka ir* *i •>* 'ha 

'tea'i'ilul Ar -nrita - ly# tnpi 


FOR BIO RnrrR.Ne 
AMO BM.AU* Otrn^T 
ou cuuBiinBD Aoe. 


HUMBER S 
WAREHOUSE 


BABY CAIIAIA 41 K VACUUM 

. 'a-i*r iMili ilka nair dKlTTlV 

MA7*nr.1» >»T »»y IpiLF IL'IlA 
• • iMg and addy rar i.R yomn 

CVfl UNIPOI-M M DAVia TV 
aa-i«: m rvl- 4 '* 4 l 

I CAN orr IT POR YOU wH(/te- 

Mtr r /m.twir ai-dtenr^y LV ^ 11 


SOLVE YOUR GIFT PROBLEMS 

BY CHOOSING FROM 

THE CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE 


MOONEY & SONS 
938 FORT ST 


EATON'S 


TKIK* POR » YYAW-OU* OOOt/ 

rn-.g-y^*, |t« KVt-flM _ 

iJ'nXL r*»Ai4 KV4 2irt 

tAR/jI TRIX* 1AM XV 4 »«» 


Trode-m Deportment 
636 Broughton Street 

Oopmlia Uia Cok/b L>na« Dopi'i 


These cori art m 
good condition ond 
will give good tronx- 
portotion 

tt 4 » PDRO 8 BDAN 
1147 CN»Y 8 COAN 
Itit CMKV s Toe 
ttat MlIXhUH PK3AV 
Ita nuiRHORILB 

wa hb«a a goad aateetM* of iraobB 


W R MEN2IES 
& CO LTD. 

911 FORT 


4 MLV S 

WA.hfTKD 


MU» 0 :LI.A>KOL '8 Ioi « MI.S<;tl-LANF,OtS for Xt MIS 4 KM.ANKOl H 
R. 4 I.C SAIJ 5 


wAvnu r rn.TTNO Atker/'-R 
lah* *aa Ut*- ba ,n a eat 
aha^ ' «4A K4 I 3AI4 ba*»«*n 
{••.3 *i**nr> anyiijpia H*<>./Aai or 

8uv>*' 

Wt ll >~~ARD SPLL rAM*KA.A 
muateal teatranatai rwltea »n»'. 

-a*a ainawnra* a*r l,.*t 

ua a rtU. IMMI Trodiaig. UU Omv 
rtrn-fr.. f.S 4 .(Vt 


KVKRY LTTTIK RcY DR OWL 
U Kh'i'ted "1 Hat* a 

TRICYCLE 

Tiw- Paj .'"a ^ a atwoi lima 

Baa Our Diaitia* X Tukaa 
Hit.HT :aow 
irnm IttN Cl 38 


Wr CARKY A rVU. URB DP 
r«fyva4 ••'•tTr-r-ain* ronaftita 
r»t ■••••'■*< and R/ilf»C'h 8 b f* 
pK aa' '0 •• a hang 
Virttr.k Tabl * AoBinc. O 
Ra.Si'ra. Rd XV 3 -Ult 


li OP TRX a.BAUKBT UBFD VPATA PLARTIC 8TORM W I N f 

trMit«< Nil ifl «*•» Nt«»a Wa«*. ntn>- •*»*l7 and m a-*My «n>fUiaa «ha. .at *r>a •raihar 44r 

ina'ixtea Ot Ka’»n*a**r and ;t<ja ■ «-•* r Al r-4'a U>a* ar kaar* »•'» 

l>n--ard 1*1 »• lidl »» No teun.f g*Mrar<te-d //*• d»ii*ay» ir*v**yan* -itef'>r'a->'t i/n* •imar 
daa* Tarma Oran t’ -lay Rad- \ . • ♦ « ■ F b. •<-•' AM ia**r» (ram fndua'rtai Plaaiin 

nawlav* and Pridai M : ' Kaat a l-ihr wram. rV7-4 -ig K%antefa jonnytui KV 4 MI4 

t’A 743 Pnn B< XV 1-7104 lv ». L' m OR <>dM - - - 

- — - BX WIAr. AVP wiATYfirat 

POR VA 1.x Bemvo-NAND eon.- CA*R rkoiytirr iTAt.r* rv*d’iu aiwt *ia»a * te- i 

»f». hn.ay y *d a*. ,-, tarc'tera »Bwirmtnt alVatt adderg m-**te »yfar-’* -ail 

gTl-IMI VwkoriB PlUBbuii CR Nteanirma •K. C G '*«•» 8 Ba n t teatnoited *r rma’ V 

U4. te 2NkaM. KV J*0111. •B***a • Bt.-yted LM . 7IJ Mua 


LATEX SPECIAL 


8hara n-WtU'im* r a'at inai«til anut ant rrar Ksa 

■Inltelnr Pai- 1 « •a*pr«l aateta m .« pu *i maBaU tIMU P 
'rh0.stej,um Oa:in«a ex 0^ lV3 tti 
Mif 8 «ar>at aa-n m** PJ . 

D & D TIRE LTD MC & MC paint dept i-ao.iya Mt-wa’-. «m4a 

Y1CTOIUA DUNCAR »*« <>•»•«..«» Pbai. KY 4*1111 


DKAI.OI pna 
xr* • wnxH. rmm 

WILLYS JtEEPS 

f%mp BY I UYt 


«1 WANT TO BUY NAN77 ANT) 
‘••.•u 4*4 wacBiryaa Traoa 
■«* taO ate. UU OotaYBMit. I 


too CARS F OB SALE 

Mammoth 

Morkdowns 

PRE-INVENTORY 
CLEARANCE ^ 
SALE 

COME IN 
TODAY! 


one of the fmeit m 
Victoria, every cor 
checked ond double- 
checked to assure you 
the utmost in depend- 
oble dnvina, must be 
reduced before the 

NEW YEAR 

Here is your oppor- 
tunity to drive Q 

TOP CONDITION 
USED CAR 

At Tremendous Saving 

SALE ENDS 
SATURDAY 

C7 ftVlIOinH 

turn titnti* ‘T • 

M«0 <%•« t. 

$1880 

cn rmtvm.icr *m-* r 

•! a *•' 

aau. cnaM 


>0 TAILS FOB SALE 

PLIMLEY 

CAR 

CENTRE 


CARS FOR RALE ' 100 CARR FOR SALE 


CARR FOR RAUS 


TBLUAC AXNCAL 


$888 


5 1 mCfVCT I1-- • 

i irAf><pn'‘»’ . <A«t i.'» Of 

$195 

CC KBFUYH n»« -r 

and ttltsu4 

$1195 j 

cn roan 

IMl ri 


$695 

c . CHrvRoLrr i‘'t au >- 

D4 Aiiiatii«>> Ka>li M'a'r 
«Mi r-M-'f A<t tu«»iw 

$1295 

Cj MORKia 0«t'<r4 8 » r] • n 

litai,- Mat M*>M 

$745 

eg eoinuc ar.i»o. Ral.n ard 
Haaur '<(»••> MaitliMioo 

$995 

C C pmcFFiT t‘- > - H-‘ • • 

anil »■> • -a* timud 

$899 

CZ VAUXIIAi.L CfM'a 

ci«(K. Ai(iiai M'a> tl'ViM 

$1495 

CO UBHrlJRV T*» lor^ 

iiMtrr '^icntl' Wat ill*} <M 

$895 

CO fORD Sodan rifa>»r Kia 

oaU. Afai 


Mat lUtIwx 


$899 


fLVJ40lTi» Ri-un. U*f« 


$499 


cz rovRt't. W'- •' 

30 •aii< >*'• ' 'Alt ttt*-' 

$1295 I 

eg nnfM»8 Ut>fa" Raltn I* • 

Uonrd Aai IMIS 00 

$999 i 

Cl rONTI*C a»'iM> Jlffar I 

3 I Wat mo <0 1 

$495 

CC ZrPHVU Hriita an! 

03 R„na A..»U»V.« 

$1195 

cn Mni'iR B» • M • 
3Z r«v i *'' Ma* ‘i 


$695 


$395 


CA HU 

Claa 


$695 


^ 1955 Ford 

' utiam ha«;ar 

$1499 

1955 Dodge 


$1565 

1954 Pontiac 

4 t»o- f A tiiaaita 

$1499 

1954 Chevrolet 

Ba; A ' fr If Nad « 

$1435 

1954 Ford 

J N«'l. • Hr» -T 

$1299 

1954 Dodge 

Brilan, 1«' 1 1 H>a 'f 

$999 

1953 Pontiac 


MORRISON 

GET 
A CAR 

(A Good Used Cor) 

FOR 

CHRISTMAS! 


SPEEDWAY CHRISTMAS 
MOTORS BONUS 

a.'.A a«»rr i»a4 car 

CLEARANCE free “■ 


SALE 


CA AIWIM B^Uk 

<-eW llaAi. r 


$245 


1956 MGA, nciw motor 

,0b $1695 

1956 Vou*hoH 
"Velox" $1495 

1955 Vauxholl 

r a , 


1 V .5 A U D 

A-40 $550 


a.'.A a«»rr i»a4 car 

FREE 

TVnKBS' -- IJ LR8 
aed 

HAM - 0 LftS 

ana 

aiorOLATM — 1 BOX 
and 

0HA.V086 1 BOX 

ana 

■mm - TO I 


100 CARft FOR RALE 

THINKING 
PEOPLE 
BUY FROM 

' OLSON'S 

. Purchase your u&ed 
cor from Olson Motors 
NOW! Sove With se- 
curity OR -o d uality 
used car, plus a one- 
year quofontec in w.it- 
inq! 


CAR5 FttR RAI.B 


FIAT 

$1498 

A. REAL XUAB PACKAOB 


'101 TRITTL^ AVD 
TRAII.FKK 


Cailii (Tolmiirt 37 

T^urtdar. Da<, 11, 19S( 


TRADES 

CQ HILLMAI U I a I 
30]a« mtlra 

Aa aa« - 


Tuian*. 

$1799 


NATIONAL 
MOTORS ■ 

VICTORIA'S 
TRUCK CENTRE 


c j POHD Cutiosluia Tudor. 

34 radio, braur. & i 


3U radio, braur, » t r>nO 

trry ckan J i Z77 

eg PONTIAC Hotdlop Auto*, 

33 K.iu PuUi ^1100 

*<iuipoa<i ' • r 7 


'• TuA Paorl 


Oaod liana 
latton. OB.V 


eg PORD Barjan. Tuloat. aiFal- 

^•^::o^r .. $999 


49 PLYMOUTH Bwaa 1951 Morns 

> Oxford $295 


tma.. car oi.- • - a.i’vo< a 
Chrif'maa Beoui Even'. Rmirmbcr 
— oacb add aterr I'.rm it )oiui — . 

frtr 


BMiar >laaur 


cn HtDBON 

Ra.lin an 


Ra>iio and haaiar 


$695 


SPECIAL PRICING 

4i AUarilN BAOAN 

Uo«d iraa»pnra'>''o -■■■' t 


aoolUbMOBii* ISQS ' SPECIAL PRICIf 

Brdar Jlaaur _ - .. 4B AUarUN BAO.AN 

cn HtcBoN ezoc I95Z Meteor oo«d waft*pr>ra-.''n — 

52 Si.|r.'*nd braur $695 ^.5795 4. ^ 

C 1 cluvRoLrr Vdan. CA 95 )953 Ford Sedan, « vA.YotAXD bsdaa 

-c I litaur _ ■ cone Nlui\ Atu 

eg 8 I 1 T>BBAK*R CVopr Radin . - iVYD J« AT.’rptN >»DAN 

“t ^ 1956 Monarch Hordtop t»-i tj>n>u«b.u« _ 

52 V.a :' Coupe .. $1995 “ _ 


52 M.-.-AKBR cur. R^. ,950 For°d Tudor $^95 
...... 19S6 Monarch Hordtop 


52 

51 


5 1 i>Li»aMonit.R 
' Btda. Hra.r' 

' 52 < irCVhOLET BrdAO 


eg at.mbuakrr 

3a; ftMiaii M»ivt 


$795 
$895 
' , $895 
$895 


Bcuoii Hra'rr « . 

Hl'tCTl 2kdaa <RQS 

DtnaliM baairr •pU'3 
I'A'-KAMO u'oavaruoit Rod.* 

. .$1095 

Mntzm .'^edan. A.iunia’ 


1954 Buick 

Hardtop $1895 

1953 Buick 

Sedon $1095 

1951 Buick 
Sedon $895 


$845 54 

1953 Studeboker 

Cliratl-' ‘ M l 

$1045 52 

1953 Nash 


S1095 1951 OLDSMOBILE 

oraiar . - V i ' -i ''Pft" ' 

eg Mntzm .'^edan. Aiionia' °° 

hrr'er' $1095 1956 Plymouth 

52 $1045 Sedan S 

e,r:,V;;«LBT .run a-... 1956 Dodqe 

• $1145 Tudor $ 

— 1953 piyrr^outh 

eg Miiur Harrt-i.p c.Vuae A. i- i 

•"*U nil lraa>oiiMtor radio jcOOn 

^ $] [95 1947 Studeboker 


^ ptilt' It «'• 1444 

a] uuKKss a uooH , 

A t^rciti tnjT imi' 

. . UaiMA.H WNYEHTlBl-t 

$1875 Br'irr tnan a>ri«fa 

&) A.VaTtX iieOA.N 

N(« diraTiiitd liiiiaii lT4a 

S 1 095 M tVNBllU ^ K)A.V , 

t5"fTwrr:i-X— iti» 

14 VA.SULAKU HUJAS 

At naa all tbroviii _ lU'. 

1» PTASUA,40 »1S WU.V. 

LE BbovrcHini randiiion II I4I 

aooe M VAI XHAU. • SDlA.V. 

■•-▼OrU Radii rti-ri)l«nal . |l 1»1 

M oxatjRti vrs mos 

Uuiitr arrtrr'idii II 441 


l»r« -t 

Hi'KK Krdai. 


njno 2-Onor 
Uralrr . 


$1095 

$1195 


>BlAn UAQaO _ 

$1295 TERMS' 

_ , ARE EASY 

1953 Ford TRADES ARE HIGH 


C i BVICK c-ftiyif HtfVop 

34 OytialU* Pdtrr B'atra t‘ 
Bttarina Radi« Whiir Wa.‘« 
Wat mibVJ 

$1699 

CZ VAUXUAIJ. orr* a P; in 
30 (oum rnn.tl'l'rn lAnt lltVa* 

$1695 

tz envat’t. Br.it ; H'i'ir I"* 

30 >fti>t.« w>t »i«« --I 

$1295 

c 1 Al’m'a A U ' ' »' 

31 r.'-^ I'l 

H»4 * »' 4'»’ ' 


$1295 

1953 Plymouth 

“$879 ■' 

1952 Plymouth 

■'$795 ’ 

1956 Joguor 

XK14UM' B :.oad»trr 

$2875 - 
1953 Austin ' 
“ $599 

1955 Volkswagen 

$1195 

PLIMLEY'S 

1010 Yates 
EV2-9121 
Open Evenings 

NATIONAL 

MOTORS 

DECEMBER 
SELL-OUT ' 
OF 

A-1 USED CARS 


56 SI 595 

ce ,-R » V not B r 7 a- 

$1695 

55M«.ZTRYa-1Xao, 5,795 
CC \IPlim4Y J Ouor A 

51745 

57™',“''"' SI 895 


57™'“'''" SI 895 YOUR 

57 1 ™'"""'" '“‘$1895 Volks'A^agen 


$189 

nieA'Roirr aadan p«- 
a, Ida rarti.i t 1 Q z 

and iifTtur 


1956 Plymouth • - »'«» 

Sedan $1495 NO MONEY DOWN 

1956 Dodae ukidh ttrma availahlb 

X . tlzoe • ' PAVMPST IN rtP 

I UQOr JI073 rp JO .'I «t,S7iu lo ,.'.4V 

1953 Plymouth •» -.uva air,.l.(rQ:rBla »r 

f , ’ C70C Tc^nur rin.i.a'.a ;i» daan bai-, 

bedOn — SrVj a.rr.; priMiK'n rn>;{4.» r'ld a i tm 

1947 Studeboker ‘-J'!**: Bunc'd m pw»<na*r a 

I7H/ jiuueuuMri »ma:. i-r m. wunM.;i pa 

Sedon $295 

1948 Plymouth »7 moa 4> n/uuard-Si MOTI a 

Sedan $325 *• a i. >« «ano*ij 'j aj- - 

■a-ra.^ Morri»-H VaBivaid-n 

4a OtinnJ- l: Hi. BVa U"' ' 9 Y C"r- !■ 

. , — , id A.tun- s. Vau*baU— Aa A. r. 

Alert rt Cirtrtn W Cun4»»l->a Vanrjard-ii M rrir. 

ZAliU U VJ1UVJU >a Hrala»-M Va.,ahali-A:0 A ri.n' 

R A/rUn— 4. MiiJiaan- '< Zrph,r 

OeieCTIOn or vr*.a»r^ MV«i.'J-4lTrn*aipa 

-.■I , . . II/"* Ao»'ii.— 4a H'ltiaii -Jl fyn«i.i 

Older Model Cars :^^‘:-:.V 4 

»4 4'nniiil IJ V t'la;; -'i. C-^nincrr 
Ul u i dird iJ HCiiitan S4 oi;s*«i 

i-w I 1 rt • ijr'— ia u 'tiii 10 Vti’-.’ 

Reduced Prices a. • s«.- . <'«,.»rr .p., 

AJ.:. CARS wjjrrERtzim j 

^PFFDWAY *U CAJ« «fAK.A.SJE*tJ I 

•3 • L. L Y » /a I I Trim*!' ci>n«ianUr m-iaa»i-'f « 

MOTORS 

YOUR I COFFEE AND COOKIES 

. . II l*<a*a« t»**»** a<«4MMa and a<.i>y. 

\/r\IL'CVA/nn^n I oar Itotpita.i!)-. 


Selection of 


Ot 

Reduced Prices 

SPEEDWAY 

MOTORS 


j STOPPERS* 

56 DODGE 

T-.di-r B^,.rl>.a 

$1999 

55 DODGE 

1 ••* <r B .» ' 040 

$1699 

54 METEOR 

AJl<<ma'. Rtdu 

$1499 , 

53 CONSUL 

Cti-r.lao- :.t(>t 

$797 

51 METEOR 

O '.--- ' « 

$547 

OLSON 

MOTORS 

SUPERMARKET 
Wide Open 9 30 pm. 
1036 Yotes EV 4-1 144 


I Bundard i i. CQOO 
radio, braur JOzT 

. Q srUDtBAKKR "Cbamp Ba-' 
4y oan ciopd no(«r CrtOO 
and nrra dZ77 

Uanr Mara t« Cbaoaa rroa 

OVERSEAS, 
i CARS LTD. 

1116 Votes EV2-5822 

lABOV'B COOKl 


-..$495 


1 QCZ CHBV *. Too Ranrl Li 

• '-'^cr.lroi coodt CDO^ 

xwB Vm tiran^O'J 

j957 rORl> 'j Tan Pi. »up 


IZ ...„$1895 

) Onlp~J*5l mrd '• Too Rxekapa. , 

NKW I 

1QCZ FORD rm ()-tan'. cadi 
’ 7 JU rbata.a 4 • a p a r d 
irtnamiaainn 9-tpprd 

:rrv"r::<^.::$2ioo 


tot r.4l<T^, TIKKS and 

,A( ('KV4<yRU;s 

AL'9 A'.TO WRECSCHB. RAY AND 
, ivniaa. in VaiiTta W»i; LV $ *,i\l 

lOS ArrO KirAIU.S ancT 
8F.RVICE 

KAST~lxi?rr^kUr.V KAtJUkToS 
rrpaj^ Uudy AmcIi and rn PU’'B 
ai U4irTlai.a ChaaniM *Uidartv>u^». 
Ud.. Ya4ra a: Uuadra. LVaUA 

rXPfRT i»noy wp»x.”TL>ic-»'P. 

a cnnirp! %t>., oralu rtpalK. N 
!»na •v'Up-IM SuiiA U4. 

Yatra KV aTIBl 

M'X*.yT;Y 1 Alto BOOY SHiP. 
eVlilTT. CdOiPiM. an4UaMn r* 
t'air% nalnttnc rt* 


NO DOWN 
PAYMENT 

On Arpniird CraiUt 

M.- i 4- Hiid'A* Lat.ir-1 wm 

T*»H« I*-'' 

•• !* ,ar •‘•Man ar rww »—A 
d H n.an R H, P--' p*.' 

•: Hu ivr-ltn K H AT 
a <<M a l«*"» 

i: C-ui-r • !•• 

■: F'lf - >»f» c », va w 1.H- 

>1 r-i« X . K >t y .1 iNiva t:u 

n n n- a- A<M*n ; 

I? r>ald/ rtrap’MMl - . >a) SUa 

IT Mr-, ary a '■■■ • run t ar »**S 

BLACKBURN 

MOTORS 

Johnson ot Quodro 
PHONE EV 5-3512 


CHRISTMAS ' 

CHRISTMAS 

CHRISTMAS 


30-DAY EXCHANGE 

MANY 

MORE - MORE 


n P .,. DEALER I 

$1945 Qppp Evenings Till 9 

kNGF 951 Yates EV 5-2415 


• ;iti L'uiil.aan r 


QUADRA 
AUTO SALES 


I SKS Tltte BKOt.UUi CAX 
BPS''tAta 

M nORO ( . ' 1'nr T‘dur. 

ra<Siu hra'rr, ipritai 41 aat 

s\ rrmaUL Aadan ti <44 

»4 ixiNPirt <«dan m«4 

ai A«.urnH Sonirraat . 444V 

kl MorUtlB 1444 


TELMAC GLADWELL'S 


a m n.a< K 
I.T T4tra St 


l.a-fv fhinkl-v 
rUb04 CV 1 IU7 


EMPRESS 

MOTORS 


SMALL CAR 

M*n»>«MAnKrr 


A SENSIBLE CAR | 
FOR SENSIBLE PEOPLE 


MORRISON 1959 

ChevrolrI^:^OId.mob,le.SEE AD BQRGWARD 

940 yo.c, EV3.no8 rD^,rMO« I ISABELLA 

I Chev - Olds - Cadillac 


ISABELLA 


REGAL 

MOTORS 

LTD. 

roH 

DYNA-PANHARD 

CITROEN 

n»imn«'ra'df 

1 AJ>4Tt AraiUbU 

Guaranteed Trade-ins 

It 1 '•4 n« a* ry ppfinr.' 

>: 5-<l K.k«Ai.K . i>TaNt>AHI) 
VmJK^VAA-.PV Iw laitt 
• A' «i tN rt<'Mr«Aia 
A di\ou\R Mt VII chnka 9t l«a 


SMALL CARS 

CC VAUXHaCAi •Crrtia. l•,•al^r 

„ $1395, 
54-'“*" $6951 


Tfie German Quality Cor 


AA I lA \9 


$2644 


Full 6-Possenqer 
Comfort 


54”".'“*^ $695| Full 6-Possenqer 

iczKAAH CPA'ii ‘ Comfort 

^2 Boiraraa* $595' IHCl LUiai 

“ -r^r-' AIR-rniHimONtNrt 

CM mi-LMAN eege bmuauv • LMitARarAt 

MMg-lan — ^ fUKTUIC riAXK tO-MlHlC 

CA imj MAN 'AIPW'A 

3U ^ on. n* IPX 


Eve^y Cor Buyer 
I Between Now and 

DEC. 24 

Gels One of Our 

FREE GIFTS 

TV SETS, 
DISHWASHERS, 
TOASTERS, RADIOS 
and CAR 
I ACCESSORIES 

I DEAL NOW 
i AND SAVE 


MIDTOWN 

AUTO SALES LTD. 

!4 I iiKD r.Z»v«ttJ'i e t; 

.. (TIKV Jim A r K H ... I «'•$ 
;>t rAi'M.tAC ) rn 

:•* 4imi> .*i/^taa N il - t< «> 
>1 I'i.VMiM.'TH 8NMrn,an . i*A 

» cn'llKMS - 4 KsrjtlSH 
tf msi ar« o-rr -t and marn'-<1 you 
.. «, '.Ul •rit r%r .n I'lr I d t < 
tf "tf d.'wa «n a.n'T'.'cd crrdii. 

*1030 Votes EV 2-2241 


BILL CRABB SALfS 

V4 .V.'i 4 

i '-WNra ASit A »AL 

J|. ISK -M>A . tK 

rpr 

* 30 OTHER 
CARS — TRUCKS 
$75 AND UP 


819 Votes St. EV 4-8 174 

TRIANGLE TRAILER 
SALES LTD. 

t 

We ore celebrating our 
3rd anniversary in the 
mobile home business. 
To celebrote this oc- 
casion and help make 
It possible for customers 
wonting to get into o 
troiler for Xmos, we 
wdf give o 

10% REDUCTION 

on any trailer on our lot 
up to Dec 20th. 

WE WI;L ALSO 
HAND ANY BUYER 

A $50 BILL 
FOR A HAPPY 
CHRISTMAS 

' Sotisfied customers are 
our best advertis»nC and 
we hove lots of them. 
Our customers ore our 
friends ond mony hove 
had re’peot dcolmqs with 
us We con t help but 
notice olso thot v*c ore 
selling many mobile 
homes to purchosers 
who bought the-r first 
one elsewhere We Sin- 
cerely apprec'Qle this 
customer confidence 

WE HAVe BEEN OF- 
FERING 1959 MODELS 
FOR THE PAST 2 
MONTHS- ALL 1958 
NEW MODELS GONE 
LONG AGO! 

COME OUT AND SEE 
OUR SELECTION OF 
LEISURE HOME. MARS 
AND FLEETWOOD. 

10' WIDES . ' 

And St'me grwj 8‘ wide 
tfode ms ot 

TRIANGLE 
TRAILER SALES ' 
LTD. I 


Md INSm.V.NC'R 

I Automobile Financing 
Auto Loans 

MoYblp Imralimtpi p>an r'ztajwtfu 
u( au*.''ir..'''..ira. Ivuatf" 4 ajtp.S 
anraa. rumitura arU nun.mriv.al 
aquipmrni 

y> 'nr)T-aa>itM ra'aa un Bitaci au'a 
. <ara. l.ifa m»u;anca up (d I. v** 
at rui aa'ra ruaL Canrraua tarm^ 
iMl'k •4ai‘;ai'-r^ 

Island Findnees Limited 

1U3 Bra«4l Stnal Phutw EV 4 4>U 


CAR BUYERS 

Ac*- 1.-* f Vnun. -itf r ill u 4 
■■••I* ) 'U nM*.a 4 ■l.'a N4 

.laial't ivn* ., HK» al 

A M TAYLOR SPiTTAL 

*;i r‘-*f;r 


nont>YMi< pi'B «rniK*i'B. 
<la>ig .'aiK. 1117 4 j a d i a. 

1. '-'UJl 

lUt LAK> end lUl Clua 
WAVriCII 

SMALL CARS 

t'MTfuaaaO lor Ca«n ur 
BOLD on cu>s;u.MUENT 

5% 

TFLMAC krJTUttHAftT. *44 Tufl 
vRny I ut^rNTLi' tuigi ti.Kti'l 

'l.xl ri.uti lara im •■* '»• 

mnjiaia p.- hatff 'H4 il-ia u a 
a » 1. 1 < n r r*-i"i<< i:' IlM. k ua 
Ma.aa, r.vmjt _____ 

filOKB 

BBPliRK BACHinClNQ 
ItAVNaiUiB AUCTtO*<tEHJ 
Caan ar CoaaKnoiani 
BV 4-Mii 

g< TR CC!H >"H mam 
*«*n ra>;:s »* 4. 

• iVl.lUiK.VB CAJIS i n« 
VAT>.A, AiM.t'E i.aiK 

r.uti b.'*(;iiTK*R < v«N on 
ad.l on • 'nniL Tarry a Aioo 
SrtVXa. AATt. 

lA.*i>l kOH CAJI.R AI ARTS 
auiCixlUK at HAKRikT. BV)*w| 

COLONY MOTORA-Cata »r> •( a* 
roBilcnmrnt 2Ml Haug ua 

115 SIOVl.Nd ANU 
llAt l.INli 


RENT A DEf-ENDABLE 

HERTZ TRUCK 

p. . ,1 ,•. . i« . nn : .11.. Cl 

aluior t> • a • •. ' tp.a I • a > (.-a 

inriiuia »%• ...•. «ad , .«ar- 

•ac4 caoi|>a. d>aLl>a banar'- 

HERTZ TRUCK RENTAL 

aa« On, cat F/4 447I. BV 1 I7I| 

JIF\:i n’MMJT A'tl 
r«y»^'' 11 n> '* n< 4 •»*rai a»i a 

in I# J.V7!'‘'7 

aviA h>«nt. rrii.jrv u '48 
-f ..»a «• ' tbi'.ru* pi rv 1 im, 

116 IIOTFI.S 


AtR-rnrHimoNtNO 


A-. a.aar* a.j tn. :r « T • Ml.u Nnr'b ivn Dlitliaar 1 

Onreo R’'a>1 nrar RojCKlabnut riiniya ORI-JftI, Raa BV 4-I4M 

Riinna BV 4 2ia« I 


twiW'S Tyrt’'f. « 


I'rrn ’ — 

CC<**Olll.*r Co -pa OaVi,./ 

33 ' lilt pii«ar ^R70S 

....npro ^'^'^'^CZVOl 

CZ MONAtU-H L l-rtrr 4' •.* 00 - ,, 


tgzc: wipwin 

. ^J<«3 on. n> iPR 

niiAK III tin m 

B4l K I P L|i>l<r>t 
, rniB ta- AHM IU»J^ 

S 1 495 OCTBIUKVlIltVlM*.' <ITh1'i3A' 


GLADWELL'S ESOUIMALT SERVICE 


TRADES 


MONAIU’H Ll-rtrc 
cr-'l* inarr air*»' 
Un Mill'’. 0 

II. ' i t'i'tP 3 


VOflP.’B U: 

ciiun 1Aa> .n 


.1 J.AOUXR Mt VII choii-a ar i«a ^ - c/ vul.kaWAnin c 

A 1 I ICpn PARR /• J ~ I.'iti.i* $2395 Ajfoai'i.n $ 

A- I U3tL7 L..AMN3 Conodion Cors cc hujck -cmiutf radar 55 '■•irl'waob.n oc., 

1 QC7 tailiil •! i“-t • »7P*>RD ;*0- i«a»t 33 Hatdua a .ocoau*. $ 

I 73/ .. ei7Crt ».,u.ppa<l . . I7J4J au»flB| bcataa. »uion» fM r .ra«» f 

ftr I a f •ft'f 5 1 / H *nI» L u«i«m tlRi It IT^ ^2^95 AQ ^ i 

" ‘ V4 MrTPOK itruaii II. 1*4 ai. f# . *47 vc, ciran 

i957r"''”.r::::r |j|H ^“^ 1295 ' nothing dov 

; $3995 if J J 

, 953 rnxn iDoor vvonted Uroentlv— li-i nttw <109S 56r.TV:-T."' $ 


$1395 

$1295 


CC nirv AMan 

33 (j>,. t. ,• 

^2 rtlKV FUdtn. 


'* '^$2300 Wonted Urgently — 53 

■ English ond Continental (;n 

, • V . Cors For Cosh enpivv 

:: 5'853 WE SERVICE " 


PI YMOfTH 


HIUJdAN B*i. • " 

Claats Waa Mb. « 


WAGONS 

1957 rrv;- 


$2595 


IQC7 roRl> Ranrb wajnfl 
I7«J/ l*>>win>»r. lotnn* »* 


AND REPAIR 
IMPORTED CARS 

847 Votes St. EV 2-74 11 


$2395 49,^^:^:?:.^“.. 

“*’"^ 1295 ' nothing DOWN 
$1495 approved CREDIT 

•• ^ ‘♦7J _ . p»,nf, ca-uir nr C 1 CQC 

lUdin, <1095 11-a *' i^-a. ^ I 373 

I W7 J ^ Pr.f.ane ii v- 

.. $495 eicnc 

" $395 53 .:';^'"" ,y '" 

iQ u. •- tin I( hr ,n 
_ ('-..r aa4t 


$1 195 
$395' 


Pondoro Of Ouodro 
EV 2 2111 


JAMESON 

MOTORS 

LTD. 


Car Adm rai« . (aq .tmalt Rd 
Pbuna BY I-U71 

C i roPt) ’C>4«i)>ar' fU<lan 
34 A'li iinatle puaar aatwkb«a 


$1345 


M77V*j(l TutUr a.h ii- 


5 . Mnv*;R TutUr 

I M anaa ma'nr in 

p'rfttl r'toatituu 


$695 


HAMliirK H 
r « ! - I a ft a 
•■a' 


rg roRD R*rtai» • r*\ n*a'r 
3/ r*a T''"'* 'Ar* t 447 ■ 

$1695 

C i pfipaiB Urnnr H*-* 7* 

3^ rt»n' Art ■ -K 

$1199 

c A ‘ ' * • 

34 Mraut *a« 

$995 

eg umrl'HY a* A an t rn- 
3^ nia<«r Jir. 'Ji- _4*a liUai » 

$795 

Crt TRAM4* i T'-m Vani ftond 
3W Bunntnt af>lr» Cb-rt- r .*r 
T*Q Wria l3tS«4 

$195 

ez MmtnR aman Radi» 
30 nr*‘*r Ar*' T-itait i-i. • 
Itaaa Waa t'MiM 

$1595 

eg row D s» • a ^ ■ i 

3a «t* I<I 


1956^ 


Pr>»rt*t*r. totnn* »a<iii I 

„ $2600, 

vm»on Rrn-'h Warm I 
a- •’-'*»r. tart"* ■■•au'' 

$2295 


>nCZ. Mil ' Mt.N -'•uilnn Wa/on 

1936 ..4,.. 5995 

Lowest Prices 

m V'Cli'iriO 


!i « rYann « r*o«- nr'a’> h»*'*» 

. ,. , rt-' : »w» 

m> in IH.r <• »B raup<* h'a*r* 

R *<#•« . . 1 '•flk 

mi tYU;> 4 


75 CARS TO , 
CHOOSE FROM 

30-DAY EXCHANGE 

NO PAYMENTS 
UNTIL '59 

EMPRESS I 
MOTORS ' 


48 

47 "V., 


NORWOOD : 

BROTHERS ' EMPRESS | 
810 MOTORS ‘ 

VOLVO DEALER FORT AT QUADRA- 
CZ mnuir \ • rm»c W4an Phone EV2-7I21 I 


. fCairpa-a Our iot O-ia it» 

APPROVED CREDIT car., 

tiliri C'j-’nir nr c 1 CQC <R HUIMaM Da J’lir Arrtan i 

$1595 $1645 

OHD fr.r.ane 1 i *• > cgHAMiilirK *1 ..•♦f Jkdan 

• ' " < 1 595 F’ i-luftt i»'S, .-a 

I .. , z.-Z. $2295 

7IU73 C7 . -.nUJUlU a-r'!'. Wr . 

$295 $1095 

U’ , ...un 5225 *"■"* 5995 

II ’ ny Turtat < I eg hk airro a^aao a .. .n-r . 
B'M.aa, 51133 a 

PMQirM • " $1295 

lINjIvJ N MIILMAX aadan. »*»r Mran 

kAn-rnDQ — ■ - 51245 

MOT ORS 54 «'>.•»*’* $895 

dwogen Borgword 52 »»'» «*’< $495 

« arRT|«-l P4RT1 eg aPHTlN ■ cyoe 

>17 QUADRA ST. „ * -a JaAc 

ro.nmt ccpusa rimc ;?*473 

1 B*tA BV....', 57r:::" : $1495 


1*-V Down OR TOUR CAR 
Oa A J4 MiJNTR CONmACT 


I )•.» CHBV nOLBT 4-DOOR BTA . 
'•OB arson II ttlindrt manual 
'rti*It radio bari-ua t'c i'>»d 
'd'.lgr a* tair.iif rMaii li a7r 
fiiMa OR • I4il 

M HI ICK CBTnUnV IIAJUJTUP. 
a i-'i'r' puvai b'akr* puarr 
lair-'ina radiu Imuiaijiru rat 
Il a«4 r>rnma« av 3-aaia 

U*« MuatblA MIMJ41 CUAt'M 

• dr.lri.l r.tlyoiiinli tiro L'l'iatl 
<i- .« «r |4«} Htoatl a- I'VO* 

a ■ ' a |i rt. 4*» f- ■ V.- Hr ' 

= , ' >tf' •- 'M* I I ir f' »!' 

|•••a*r tlur'- A* 'trr* 


. OUR 7rh YEAR 
CLEARANCE SALE 

la r- .» tt- tf • t T 

rb.‘« jt la .at* *>* i «•>*•■> ■ ■ > 

< ) g wan' •. inij - n a rr 

• * •■ 'rt. .' Yra li.ii ; — iin.1 '... 

t. " r »a» ■ t ■»*• .J t*i . : " • a 

« I a'«'*^) •i-aif i,tf. 

■ Or »i«(«inrr4 .rt'-.t.l.-i rta • * 

■ • — • «ih#rii I aii’o.ria !•■ . .^ 

I* ; in ’• r"' ■ M a*.' ' •« 

'»t r« tar hit .« in 7 tv t- « ttf ' 1,4 
r • iO.r, n!; •; .A •mil r,,-tl 

, I* rnr’r Mvr Unc'it r s.-a -it 
I •-rilv Hrtv ) «i M n - f •• a mift 
•••• rnrt j.n « i.# oi.).. •« r-r 

, tnF"prKM p’.: nijf marbad in puni 

■ •n ina «> i»i.mt td -u' un-’i 
Mva wvrrat nvw 19V itindv'mb b 
<*r ara 'lit M*i’,nt Wr h<\a r ,.r ' 

ia*a |.•••t •*»4" r. rat t,,r 

i-r <r .irt 14- • a.r •• rt I*' . • 1 

rivotnil iriaat I«V> inrl'-a r.aar larA 
»Mrt I* Wr B'v Ml'. 'lira a 

" lilt- •r'cnr «.’» • « ■ • ,0 

».,trf t 'n • I- Ili*f)« ■ » II '< 

N - |n.?r' a| If 

r« - . *t 

A-»vrtf» ■« •« * I ► |t..« t*. rt 


PERMANENT ROOMS 
LOWEST RATES 

ANon'ini b'd *oOrr rial I'raL 
T ml ‘I- «• '• • 

Itia >ar.r.rn’ 9v* |.•'rTtt ■>>. • 'Id 

|i m II t'tao. 

I Royal Olympic Hnicl 

«4.’ ;,iiin;/'i. piMAB LViua 

I JAMES BAY HOTEL 

' Mnrt*tr-a taUi rtiilv •vtalv. 
maottaJr «nb or •iihout mva.a. 
9in anttrnmvfil Ri 
I riiuoa, BV 4-9|lt 

, Ritx Hotel. 710 Fort St. 

^XV.^LHM^i> APAfrrMf •»1!l At® 
KuuMS - LV * liLM 
CMvatur Svi-vl''* 1’mr.arrtR 

Iranaiani 

GLFN COURT HOTEL 

la a Arra in Jt‘7 rtla^•. r ; • . H 
Pitju rv IR’W KV Si'’lb 
t.n<lrt Ha** Ma^adt-rnM*!** 

Mi.vFjiLeY tiurrc 
in r'i9 err/ra. M-rumio u ra. 
iMM’-m am |»rn.anriii r*rr*'a 
n..i«r'.rp|.uia nrr .a rv In I'/j'ita. 
r.4 ta-rr LV4>dil 

7HcTm.»:^ AHIKI. •« U»l.lil.AS> 
A naManiui ti/al ptu*H ra r-g 
nmtbirl tur rirtarir r**'pia. KV 1 4.*L 

117 rttTTAGKS 
and CAMrsiTKS 

»' ICtlSIlKU CAUi.1. BLAT id 
*C 

liU KOOM Rnd BOAKII 

-• i-mt) ii'i'ix — 

r*ti ar-tsot,'.'. n, 

'- .* ,' ' t tv ... 

. , ... ■- • a'»n . » . .-1 

I 1 and 


Mi ' ny Turtof 

O'.tt aotf 


ENSIGN 


iLloydwagen Borgword 52^"’“*'* 


2017 QUADRA ST. 

OPPO.YtTB CCPUSa HIMC 
nPBN BttA PIIOtR EVISt'] 


, eg Al'HTJN 
! 33 eriu-i 
eg AimnH A •!> 
3^ «#i*r ' 

C7 P'lfn r ■ » up 

3r \ ,,m r-a 

51 


$495 


$845 

MANY MORE TOP 
VALUES TP CHOOSE 
FROM 

Top Trodes, Eosv Terms 
No povments until 1959 
Buy With Confidence 


ENGLISH 
CAR CENTRE 

Bxctoaiv? nninaR pord 
D9ALBR 

YATES AT COOK 

Pbana BV I 24]} OWn t l« ■ 


*' - u . V ex v| o ^ SRCH 

t»*a rntRV »rw* a>'l4n hMla-^ 33 R^.'i.tu c»n. 

1441 MRP.-fRT 4-DmJ inT ^' u!# X»i'TrW'^"'<OOQ< 

rr* naiBf -I.ot** MW, ^ AUttu 3X773 

ina nmunaKni 4.t>w*r Rr ’an nu'ni — 

hr**rr Iftna MW e< MtU-MA-V M*nt Brclrn fH»t- 

JIM unrK RoTfiat 4 Dnof, radio 33 i •«« rubbri urtin 

nra-f* tiintra'ir. ar4 ..»*'»» <fiO< 

*1 tiwk MW nF.lurad tn _ •PlJ7»r 

1IM Vi'VAPrH 4 tv*«r rauia pnCRit v I Qua rowna On.y 

..,1- 33n*rt* fP »i rr.i” btr'tr 

IM4 m’v< . *4 4 fv>"- t . ' p.rrf . tmt orr.la « 

P,'-- t: ‘.-tr'i.- Ht'tr.' " 

4' . I t> IM c e $ "1 ‘ 

till M’ 1 Vp. r Rr 'an I 33 vf 

*■ 4! «r. f-- ,» ,• - It* 

lf)4 P**iil» r »t.tm * mnar 

and brr.'T oa.-. T. t',’^ 


P .Ml bu' -0 d t t > r 

$1695 

rirtaM»r.J ... 3IU73 

\j n N s R r >1 Cri »tr*lbla 
HlJl.'i.ru Cma eanrr ttn*-. 
n«-U,t p'tair r^uiaaati Mta 
uo .Y»* prwa <OQO< 
naM AUtni _ 


SEETHE 
1959 'LARK’ 


55 


_ $895 

rv'CRit V I Club Cotepa On.y 
liana ff »« rr*i •• br«'»r 

;n',’uT‘‘ $1695 

\ '.I Rtfi'A * 1 .! t ,a I* -»:• 

,rn* .'a; -nnf' 

$1095 


SPECIALS ! Qt 

56 DOM I N I ON 

$2395 MOTORS LTD 

e 7 '•! V«Ol-ni TMAat • . .r.rr 

3/ a ,’ .7; Wftfl-; nad. . r Cr. ir4<.Kr»L«r . D^rtr*,^ 


JAMESON MOTORS 
LTD. 

TI# 8muvt'’nn Ibrrrt Vi-’nra. BC 
Pbnna BV 4-tm 

RilJ-t# I.an Lan.t**r? ORT-Jlfl 
a:4i Huifh»Mn. '»R7-Mlt 
OPBR rvEMxoa 


M VUOITII TMrtat • . .r.rf 

a . 7 ; Wftfi-; nad." 

Htttr ■ " <9'50S 

\ '.I Rtfi'A *1 t .a l»0*f.ri ti 3^373 

,rn* "--•«i'-a; -nnn • %•«!( *«•*•• a 'fp»- ‘ 

.,tr. «inO< 3(J,. BAOe rpr*. 4 *a*T INU LRJWiN rrtT /V.UN 

(> 0 d rtiw 3 IUV 3 7 ,,.* „ $4yo opp>j*t:B ac bbctric 

_ eg HIUAIAV Bartta lirr -.fan '• nri '.IfHARKH f-V ai I ar* ExompIcS 

tHo 33,r,,*.,. »»Di ezQC"' ,•.• b,. ,«#» r < •* »t » i>n .i r t T 1 n- ’ 4t 

3ee ine L. .r r. $693 v, rur.p TV-.u *T »'W i,,* ,« r..n » rR.,.4Ui 

' Hr rOHL) • m- 411 R M 1: .1 S.tni 

10*^0 wni \jrs AOR'LLMiV tartan T.p. 4' m POSTtAC R H I «s A W PO' TtAr Tart>*rto ’ 

1737 VULVVJ ^ '!"’***'i'* •'I » » •' »" 111* *•« ’• 

anmai r' .p3fc3 *4 MOIARrn H <<rao 41.', •ao i’ Hi p*' (ri"r*'r. 

k I r\ ■ I _ _ O.-- ...J ♦’ CHBV Tudof iou4 1241 An T.nu-u.r r M PnRD *' 

Now on Display 50 17,f car* ' 

anattai e'OOe JAOUar \tfM r*::^ ja '•‘-n h 

• • 3473 UlM M di R (*atpin( i>ia(t Pb'>T>» C',™i.dr.rnd 


First Payment in 1959 
Many More 

*f»7 rTTBVROl BT >.0«ar 1^1 

1941 na sum 4 omr _ i-i 
,4i: MBncinT 4-r>'»’' ^ . i w 
im pnnn j-nt*.-r r m ihi 

194T PT.YVimTII trdar » .* * 

1I4T potxit y-p»»r |ia.!an, »*r» 
(.*0d anS/ _ Uf] 


OPBN BVBRtRoa 


Studeboker . Pockord 
Sates - Service - Ports 


It* 1 *ati FtiR I 

CimtarMan •••:. A 
' lb WITH 

NO DOWN PAYMENT 


<>4i tajlnil S PARAL'i'iBR 
C '.pr L'u«wai Pm 
ni > !• Mtnnir’tl* art .a 1*1 •'•1 

• irn' •!•> BV 1 MM 

;ua urm>H aat>Ak cvdTnu 

t rrt ’» ana hrrirt la-rllani rut- 
H'i*» ard»* UM BV i M14 

1MT tXMXiB fTM'-T* BXi’BLUOn 
r,r,ninf ardar dma rarr. tiM 
BV.>-«»I4 

Z. VA.S'-UA«I»’ HKtiA.N ’U)W 
c,.ji*|r Ai rnrtiL'iB r>*2 Pnam 
i.V :■ . -J 

'•.« ii**i' K ;ira,.i” 

Id I ml iri'ai t**< rawi uav 

p.< •fir-.'* tS i 

1.^ UBirOR. A’-TOMATii' 
•-ri.»inn*t'>« ;r.i • llTja ij. 

P t : -I ’ 

!*■; in MUIM MA AX iiun. 

. ra lirtfnif'i.r > ranrtitinn 
!• • - :• ■ •• II .1 l4Y 

•1 » .;!• r<~. KAliir' III ATKK 
*■*'•' r« rt *r i| •nn. tart 

..ta ;.t ; r.VJTb*’ 

it'iVAI. At.YO SAI.9.H 
Orun I aad Cara— Pra-a Ur* 

M» YAl».Jl I'H-J-VI. 9.V4S:i 

I9‘* Hi'MHKR HAWK HBW 

r.i' Il aiirt ’-jitfun. miitatf >• 1W 

Hu'.iRtr AI P.V 4 «II« 

l»*} Dt L> XB I'flEVnolIT S9 
,*a- vv njaar' ■ .p rnndi'i** 

Hm'. aifar UR ••94*1 

.1 a: ntliav WiTrtR Pf 

' .4 V* '‘fai. .'trt* • ■ 

Bal.^' 4» • nr bMri Bv '• >99; 

*' : •. ,v yuA' ' 

• •• '-artr I'tv and jp »' 


OUTSTANDING 

VALUE 

• « Ir 'r t - a f -r • 'rf 

« -I ia,-. -B - 1*4 inrt 

' • *. a If- ’ ,ru ,t*lr.| . 

t .' 1 «n . 

■■ iJl.Vi :.-.sTlu.Ak 
“ l.aa'rf rt «|lra f!"-t i'm/l 
r*J^ car’ Arp iaimalr'y ] acaii 
uir t 

MAKE A XTART 

r'rtn a.'um notn |V.^ rf>-irtrt 7T 
t •uni'*a f*r* i«ilu"*a>t. Irwld* nr** 
lr| . BK*,) brpl li> a 1.|'» 

Y ■ |; •**, '4*< a Y 4jt t>*rrt 

turniiir* IVM i-arh tat tt^ai 

4/an patmr't- M< mm'> > 

HI LO TRAILER 
SALES I PARKS LTD 

7 M r» > I B M tf'.tia . ^ 

i.I! a « 

Tri-Woy Troiler Pork 

M- .urn Laundry 49X aiintiy Ktt 
KV 4 1791 Rpamar Rrt I.afi|far4i 
H'«a> Va 1 

I»*rt IvrhiRATSORAl. PirKCP 
I1"f>4 cnndllkw* Baai uffar Ptwt** 
BVJ4-17M jTlar b a m ^ 

ITtAII.rilB MAnC r-P Al.s’pAY 
am Dunlaa to Via «'a*L EV B <31 

PARCiTur OKfTTM 
!•» fARn. riR£A Rtod 
A(xm 8 «>Bfm 


KX'7I I*-- f • *flE PUR R1 l*»li‘.Y 

. • • - - • • » Uaat 

, .) 4»i-.. f • • I*. lYi*' • to-m- 

• ,fl * ' • 

It .\f < *•..< ir . .M IS I. • II) 

- 'A'.aa.hf »i» I t*»a'*«»p' Ht'l 
. .ta !. r.. .<• |’i»«r BV $*.71 

f r ■ »t • ••-. 

nriAKrit'ti*. I) IMB C-ARe >YiR 

riirt'.i fnlb-tnirt r«*iuvra.t iU9t 
ll.anc l7y/,a BVMia 

l(ia>M'HitAK4> I7>R I cnvtf'.I^r- 
iVf I f. *»J tai'.a 

lt.«J BVS*A1 

RrpJM ROAItn Pr*R } Vf ■•*•9 
!*■*« . nmtor’abl* boni' r•r•rttall:a. 
9 ..'pt' Pnart 9va-tyt: 

rX'*EU^T HOARD OR 

••afr? •» r ' a’M ri-.t< 'a "ai 
an 1 t «' B l•dII9 

llOVi A**7 PL"M Jl'i*ZT TV. 
• at ,. •! I'rt '.laft p*r'rr-*rt 

rv • i:M 

I-AIV.d KOOM t*l PRIVAT* 
f BB.» A(,|. »','rr » ?■' IP a pt At a 

BV < *«U 

Rc/rM A*lti RrtaARDaPOR Ob9 OR 
I arraa-.a t'aMni TV a»rt b*.n*a 


r arraa-.a t'aMni 

»•)* . *.r* 9 Y V-iiai 


$295 


A VA/LJCCI I^DIV/C T* AHiPnRTAT70R RPBCtAt 

MECHANICS 

sales & serv 

MASTERS MOTORS pp"nV i; bLuV,' 

*d MrT9)OR 9-nan R H i; )ai m Y #« atrati P» ina BV }-iM> 


LAXORnVBR «'in ha-d'itp 


MORRIS- — ^MG SALES tpddv'C ai iTrt 


irr‘ ,B -a^n I't } rto.f 4U a*r 

. .*1 s.^ni 

* 4) A w PO' rlAP Trtrtprto e' 

* n at'-aa p-,.. tlnd .aUk (ji t'^u 

M-'. '/o v H« p*r (n..n'r. 

IC4I An T;n>a'.i.a« b] pnRD •"n 
ra.:ia p. *• I'.M rath OetT >$> 
p*r m»n'.h 

iact Pb',T>a ••*• C',™i-*r:and 

, Ritb‘ OR 9 I'U dan. BV»»rt44 
nn.7(OtHRtRU >Md Doutf.aa 


f>tr( 9pa ,1, at ^ 


$895 


SALES & SERVICE 


Pb.ina B> i-Mil at K'< a-4>)] 


Par tojict Rata'na 

CAR A 
• ia PyRI B1 
*n. i't rv 1 »m 


47 fifty roAfii n'row TJHBA 
fa*' »n -*rt .. 1-; .'^ 7'jntil itf. ISM 

'IR » i*7, 

!••• AUfTlN 'BDAV RBW no*» 

l«4‘ 1149 rtnwn W rMtauO 

Hau b^yar r> 4-7M7 

U Mnv>M VERT (.'LfAR. LOW 

to !»•«* I! »» rv ]-MM 

1* TXI' MI'K - nr«T f»KF9.H 
•aa< t.RIdM} Mf-<a I to 9 r. 

)i AUmt iriATIto OOOD 
r*nniB| nr-yrr BV i-iaaa 

bLLLl.VU? TRY AKrS~CARS 
R I -tt. .-r. Af UARRiin »Vl*»i 

•»V) pi TMOi'TR OOaitJ DKAPt 
rtf . a* ‘ft-f 4 .PS KV 4 )*r 


Yrtnr f'a' i tlfar* ' If 'tia 

"BATTERY" 

fn- a <-•••'• aura '-»•• •%*-» •d*i» 
a*' aa acMK 

6nUARf.B $11.50 
12V'y7„*..« $19 00 

FRANCIS BATTERY & 
TIRES LTD. 

RrrRBAPtRu ■I'tociAJJFrt 
1411 Ouadra Blf*a*. *^BT ] 7971 


Pb>na rv l-ili: 


«4I -• 

K'<a T 4* «*>* 


RALt OR ntAOR DOWN 


•“ Rurnaid* Rd I. tv 9 -ton RO 00« A PAYtoT'-T 

f.V47fc« TRARPPB7UIED TO AROCtTItA BAlX)* 

*a “ •ar'aida at Harrul BV ; 

Y*A*ai M ar.n* lurdiap i-anartU'*.* Csat 


uaamr Rar>rb Waf*m ;sd • M A74 awl ta»a Mato «r Mat 'M* <Tt»YR04 FT COAOI BOOT 

nraur. aun*.» • «. u/aa. Ai rtan aCvr Urapvd aad war «*nu- ana tim nta..»4t ||41 CKTVROin Mi* 

Pbaoa BV a a*U. 'laoir. Cau BV J mi. ^ BV l-llli. aMcto Mi Baraanalk 


•r. I \Vl'»7 ’ 

.1 . H 

•< poRD rot'P9 •-.•irroMtBiT) r . , . 

n-T Pirairtad nMdiianu la Uua r.»s p*" • anA » a* *•-•'. ,y 

Id , n M»rr fpstai dua. -a,* U« • 4 7i ' » a- ■ 9 aa.* KV 4 l™-) 

A WPT tnutaa *l#*fu dftrtff r*rt>9 rwum-r 

r.udS'TT !bV; 


I-.*. • p *-v 


Raj'n l»*s'«r *;**r-l» ’-tw P*>r 

rrAjrOAjU) 4 ...i ta.* lasi sr mt arift 

OA7-JM. 


OBB ClAiatnBD AM. 
prm BIO RWimWB 


AMD BMAJU. cKm.Ar. 


VM«r TV»* Rpw and fUrsppad 

ri*(U - (u w 

Toylof's Tire Service 

Bid PtrapPS A«9 P7ww*9 CT^rVI 

rLARKrf*' A'TO PAKTR Iffl 
if*;Pai a^ -«rU luf 'art aul 
trvaa BVAWr: 

>>»R.*~fir4a CA»~~A5i* TP'rt 
o*na L«*n« A«(u •r9<9*ri 
W7S 7to 'to*m B)r*a> 

PA»r~rKAi»li »' *-»OIT BAT 
**tr 49 ’ar t.*a'«r tt rMd 

-ytwuo— rtR d-tan _ _ 

iTtbA— rnBdPl^B BBT or CDs'- 
Uw«-s*iiil M*) rawara Baa/y a 
Aatw Pam. ini Vww. BV l-MTl 


VACARCY rr>M B.I.IBMLT lAMT. 
Rrttbf'i R*'* Htma r/dliM 

ptiiM A.’., I ARD mn V'niT 
■nc mm f.V ; 4BM 

rr«,u A.vn HOARD FOR 

c» •an.an SV 4 41:4 

13ROB FHCm R004rt rt/MB TO 
but trari .f par mb BVa-DAI 

I’ltM AND iw-ARTi Y'-'M* MA.Y. 

t l » ‘k ) 11 *> M-Op* 

rRAV.MYI.K l.'B’” tRTtOOAR* 
. . II .- ■.f| p rt paur RV 4'frtit. 

itCPtu Awir iKiARD prm nxim- 
:f p*ra-,f. ‘fay tP'*t-a BV 1-1). B. 

cMXjU RI/UM AMD nOARLi RIM 
i*r*d mas BV )-A4)4 

woRRtwu » 0 ' Rr» rf, 

>|f>.* ta BY 4 (441 

noon RUMK PUR TOUlMi maiT 

• aaa.tPnt waaw BV 4-77II 

in lUfOHlt TO ftCNT 

R/xm WITH OR wn HZfi.’T 
maa.t oaa Ray Fnwu BV i-lc3 

NICB QLTBT BUCBPIMOO fUXMO 
e»ar rPR Daf wpta r/ a-HjB. 

12A HOI SKKhKFINT* 
IMMIM-A TO KKNT 

mk'ih'.ah JiTRRrr 
V*r U'tf- ifff-Mfm tf? 

• r -• !T. ii-m’. a-f •*'•• a-A 
I a’^ auitLiimd U4 Va-a>.' :a»Aja 
A I . P-a PV : 41.] « BV aUH. 
ca I ' .r SfUwt 

rmwodo loom * 9 m ''oov 

Bad-ait'i-if r<>oaa. a:»> a,«9r'-B 
r«w«t a.; tauad. aaatfal. PaaoB 
, BY I ML 



Yft %ntlii flTnlmilrf H.ATS AVT> •r\RT 

JB omiijumomra ro ri^ m- 

^kwrt^v, D«c. II, 1*51 I N'I’t RMSHKn 

125 HoisKKKKi’iNi; SHERWOOD COURT 

ROOMS TO RI-;\T Ne«v De Luxe Suites 


138 HOt'^rs TO RFVT 145 
I NM KMSHMI 


OPf’OKTIMrrFS 


OPPORTI M riFS 


H* I.P'TING^ V AVTFD HOI sr^ FOR P^l.r l.'.O TTO! «FS FOR SAl.f! I'O MOl SF^l FOB SAIX 


125 HOISKKKFPINO 
ROOMS TO RFNT 

Crx<ir.~rLBAN~Hrwarttrrpr>n 

f'*m 'a<w»n nun p'» 

Pt- «• K\' : 333 t m «n n*l 

« »■ v»inc« 

LAHoe waam a.RnoM ai'itk 
« tn arifai* «•'!> •■'•I rtrrMiri 
worn VaU A»tr’in»M« Pn*M 

tv i mi 

MX<;r. FRONT Wnr>M FVF.HV 

tAifu wi'pl *4 I u n> tIJ( •'•/t 

SaiaiAf A»’anr» U/T > <t 
tv 

W|. r.A or' MONTH WKM. »'i'R 
»»»r»i*uni aui'flvR t'fj 
rnn'r». AUrpcfK p.wnt tV 5 ItS 

couptjrtmm^b room Ntrt 

AI*o’rt r^b*» m •'•«)¥ r«'*< 

M’l WAltar «ITr<j!cl> K\ } 3.'14 


. ..•.<1, .. •• . . • . ' r » 

I A" .,><'« > ill* »»r nV ■. ii 
!>lri>'*rm*k A Ca U 9I B<AMri»r4 
r\ i-li*' 


I '<r ATTM SAAMFH KfcAl TT »' •« 
ai*' CAU ”' til (ArMr* Mr 

»_ i. •!. j -i:« 


T>t» k(iAriiii*n< lno««H*« 

i:4A s*wenn At* rin«r *• 

•Afi t^•ccolnt A>. •■ 44 ’f hat! ip<* 

flaw* e*Ar'*>m' aalnn'i*i r.*« t$e 

and lr<a ( i>c BathrAoini ni'-v 
*"*«a^rr •It'll lajndM liM v« 

MARINI OAKA 1TS6 Riarn Df 
1 nM)rM>m e* itli' « .. * •••. «’'. t 
At <np f.oiir tiFviii.' ai." n 

fani* *aU nT*» Aa**-- 

'•'TA largr LA and DR O.rvi hall 

• IM 

WXOR MANOR J-brAixM* . ■* 
>!*• ra'l* ahd t' $ I't fl'T'T 
niralT 4*' -li'as 1110 A av P>< • 
t a 

Rr>,ar. Rr.' Aramiai I'd 
11)1 HianmarA siraai IN' i 1711 


IH'PI.KX ni!, NT'iVK 

ih 'ijrtri liaripa T' a, •.. fM-a 'A 

» /'r* Of—i Wppt Uh.n far a -#al ‘ TTj*..r, 

It r .-norriar A C' iJ* B. «id ,t,r*r»*i' v« nti* -r.^t »».i. ■ a • > . a . *1 r jai< < 

1. 1 I Till •ii'N-t-B T«. niia mr u. ,.,*,1 •<«) a‘»A- 

' ' ' . <-"r!aih**1 aul-f“ tara'faf na iuaa » 1 t'l* a >m 

AVA'IPmt lANiARY 1 IHFO a- -v-nir I .it •a...np»fl a.in .r. .f. . aw #inc. 

• . .. " >a. '.fAAi' • »» • ».»■••'. b»a'f« ann a. o f, „ JJ/3I 

I.a-I. »- if . fi W A-iV'T. r.f ?i *ja'J# t.inan.a lar | 

I* ' aBn'f.tr apart'irnl n? *-p.#a V' I iTTi ' H •• rrr A t 

. . ... lUa gnaiA |nr an r »► lai 1 ,r. . - vv a " 

1 A.S«r»^'BI‘ IlJlTRIl'T ' KM* ..,„,riat tO'S FNAA - - 

:■ — ... CERTIFIED 


4 SUITES 
EXTRA LOT 


COFFEE SHOP HOInKs'kOK sAI.5 harry 


NEWSTEAD 

B^ALTT LTD 


SNACK BAR 


‘ PEMBERTON 

Ka’ 1'. •■ii. 1-i.Mi and 

I ' *t I «■ I {T a "• nat ■ ■ 1 a a f” F* I > 


FOSTER ltd: 

Opp«*.*« ' TT>* B*' 

iiji'dovolai rr ba s-iioi 


RANDALL'S 

LIMITED 


S3750 HOLMES, Ltd 


tiff g« if na ''tri . fi 

r f* > \ . ' 

1 ANOFT'iBI- IIJlTRlrT ' HU* 

r.Min i{ hra'aa^~*'it I ' al^n 

•>n- aa’.' A'a'atil- tax H HA 

■trz ITif ■ ifl a 

Ui'lOORR • U>rt)H<>OM OU O- 

Ma'i. l»*» irt »ara»» r<( N.af 

. I ,1 . . I. ' r ' 

arsaia tOil marttnata r.\ * “t* 
I nt . It Hi -a t 1 N Ai‘- • 


Side-By-Side 

DUPLEX 


FV a - 

CERTIFIED ‘ 
investment 


OAK BAY 

J^rtiOVERNMl >T EV4AIJ1 INVESTMENT 


L-al. -a K I,- 


LAAOt tlaHT MOUtnCFfPIRn t»FP l» » Bt K FAHMAMr-TT 


at Mil ivi f»* !> ■ 


It I -la l..\T an 

• ' '• ^.'c H' il 

a . 1^1' *«t r, „ , ,»• 

«’ t. ami a • • t • i^a 

» ' . I ii, i.i i I 

T , • ■ N. ■ axil '«! 


WARM RtABONABkl 4>*B 

rania Crti-r«> >J0 Coiiinw>« 
BV i JDI 

WARM CLtAH AU. njIJND 
kit'hanatia IV a-101) IMI ,i«nn 
•TH 

TFMPOHAFIY im I'F.RMANfAT 
tv tiaan quta< (Mta..n »r>h pH 
IiHiM LU7 1'ar.rttira l.N N*il* 

I ROOMa HFATCIJ Ct OH( IN 
B’ii< aaraint i.ri m c'lttp.a aaa 
raTliain Hn«r. rVMAaa 

CLIAN WAHM Mri Pl»THIfT 
•U-MP ma Ail_ Iptma (A 4-a«*« 

ri RHtlMF.n r..MF'*»TAMI-K 

»a fO r-»-ni .V* Ha K\' ' '■■I' 

LAP.liK J ROOM S' lTR. «.A‘ t.AR 

act •arkini oarwhi KV i «**• 

notJAIKFBI'INi, ROOM ALL 

tA.na tvi-irxi 

LAR'iE LtflKT H"i sa.hFtiri.NU 

mntn Omtaman KV V1737 

ROOM AHD Km*Mi>rrri ptmi 
• nraihf IM) TmirA 

LAROI ft'HHtBHID BOT'iM FOR 
> m M«n<va «' IN' 

128 FI-AI'S AM) APART- 
MENTS TO KENT— 
FlRMSHEl) 

LOW WINTER RATES 

Ai in« San Irttattian and Vwurta 
CtMir<t U'iTC* Rt*d Kat' m.iai Ifim 
Um ciif MnilW un Tnia ..attA Kaira 
by iiu «*M K.arvihHwi «'i • ’ ' 
•nrapi (tud inaigdmj m*id aarv.i-a 
e.%:* A Sin SanaVipr 

l>V AMU. VtcturtP Court. k-V 4>4XL 


i.» I • 1 -I. *■ a 

rVHr-BetiRFniM m'TTi if'itmi- 
h> .rla (nu'.ipf* oft Ca. 1 n»ar 
Ri.ra.apo rarlf.r *’a>» at. I 
Irariai..' haa'an 't. - ItS ilar 
alp ataliama IV ) 4M1 

fARKr'iF'T ArVHT'tFNTN 
IV |hiue<aa V I rm •.U'r a I’m 
ma n a>ini'‘ r P' fah(> f-ig- 
rii ii-ii ai'pp Ailii 'a FV Tf 4 any- 

*. iti. 

•Cl.F.r o V T A I N « O • Pl»»M 
-1, •< aai(.i,« <1ii‘ax r BV I HO 

OAK RAY AVF AIIF >'0N 
ta nnt ,ji>t 4A4 Atiui * 1\ 141^1 

»•»' a »(• a.%1 -I 'm » - • I r. .1 Ml 

IJ.I .'.'f- . r'. a".’. ’ I 1-. 

f*| r.tn n r i-l 1 \ I ■ 

t'ArHiti'H R V J T 4 ‘ 

• fh • -ana ' !• t Mi t-i* 

!*»■• A t.lana I "n A*' pixthf 

f V I IM • ••• • - P • 

UMji tMAlT Alt F rOVTAi-m 
'■a.rti • I -a :i i » '■ -ai aa 

r pp naa pfl l«» Ph"na 
IN I «^4< 

WMHM. hts-TANrr 

4 • .n-t ,M ».vn HN 

r>.a« f.A 4>B hihaKiAi Nur.ay 

U.l 

1 - K<mM KKIf’ - rosraivnj. 
•ti.iind Moat Prita’r ait'ianra 
f-d;p and «'«»a ail *i Cnarlaa 
at V IIP' 

3 aFllltlPi-M AfAHTMt.NT W’T« 
r.rtl nwir Har» Artarimaida. 
IV' R> a< n I'T '■ I'nnnt Th* la-iada 

Tt\i*i rn 4v:-n: 

III r i I N I. ; • ‘M _ 

■= i« I ‘ ' • • ■ * ilr^' anil ‘ 

a. tt.xil.rd tM ■ in- ii ' J'ii 


Vi. -• L.. :a.„ 6a,.: om itn;-. 

*’ -a -n ■ ... n,»l aa.Pf>..n< 

4 R. • 'J H“' -r "N NAAN *>• ««|t . aa’ing in»a .n ••:- 


AliiliU.R 3 RklHI'MiM THIHNirv 
t'a'it hPa’ «.r.d h>- baiaiptnl 

la'P-.f »«" 4. «•*■.%« 


522,500 

Vt' II*’..* '*•■* IV 1 -447 »r 

v*r n*»i' »»*■ IV 4 a* 4 


'a:4 ai|, • 
i- '.a. '4 \ 


« .#n' n a* I • 

I y viR' 

N V I'Uat'affi 

a Ud 


OPEN HOUSE 

2066 PAUL'S TERRACE 
GORDON HEAD 
FRIDAY. DEC. 12 

■' - 4 P 




u ATi n n» s^v. 

:HATK tv Bh5‘ I.N 


IMMFiHATK ry~.Mj 
t m.IM’.a.My' 
1 KATlMl.K'M!} 


. , ,„i. .a. , . t,...a aa* flan r/Nrt " " tax IMMl.iHATK ~.»i fifi;- i.n 

.m"! "Lt’r 'a:.. 1..' I.'. r. .. .. p...a 522,500 , / 

M* llAi. fA IV 9 .447 AP ^ FK I I F* ^ y * nA J >ML< *>7a 

Mm|iU*H 7 THIHMO* »*#■ IV 4 ftb 4 I RIPl FX Hawp«4f f»«*#h ♦'•T > 

%«•»*# hP4' »*r»4l tU- 4 r|i 4I |it,|R Ui Ott ^**u|i#4» h 

.a.p-f a«n 4.«»*-.%a i.F.iRG* RA'.OAf L LiMntD H'^ME AND RKVKV'E ,r*" ''If ***** 

] -H4WIM AIJ'F OY-AIIH I»lTl FK n"» Do ,( *t 6' . phnn* IN 4 -UN An In inai i,.va 'nplai iwar A'*d* 1 A'V 11 H'tn b 

fJ4i la . '.'..tn'r’' '■ ...» (•,:». f-.A if.m J HJil C.-MI'LIU IN: . ..;M A I luJ 

UM M-a- y»an.). ltd i .in and |aa\ini a aw 1'I|"N1. M't> -tMn*l n 


ill V r.l’ .1 ' ». 

1441 A |.*’f » n* 

oirww* |NUtll> ^O' =>.:•» • 

-•u ‘- OM 1*»T ' '* P-'^ 

,il lias Ra’ lu *«-'■ o; '..a 

A. rn ♦ t bu a) . »* •■ • n» 

»r. : tat- lia .fj-.r: •: .at. HO'iH 

An kXfnjB*.: JN\:-.^MIM 

RpWPx'Wr Ar 1 N\m*TMIK'I 

IH oAK Ray 15 FHt BInT 


or IN J.i*n* 


Halifax Bound 


LIFETIME HOME IN L-UV\l I Ul-/ 

GRAND SETTING 

r,' : pT ONLY ONE 

; immediate 

r ;:?oV.aVt:; occupation 

’ -t'l •Dll •< ''1 aa'nionm ^•.ppd.n t'afcA •>.ni*'M« buiU 

't <«:a*p ftfrt ;nf‘ t«- f?f f .far. .aria H«in« i«nNh 

• II typt-.ot" :•*" •••> p a. ? k'T --IP.} nail m aa.l «a*P** 

* aia-- niaMao hPinT *t 4 T* U!<a b^OliMMnt !t( <ia.1« 

tpi •!. p' i'.ip *oi'»a • tfl I,.' { .u. finti'. tPiUtad IVabrnta 

d ptU- -• ,ni lAf na'*’^in ■ ab rlr* Ki(*Mn •>'4 

’• a .-HA •r.i-MlP • »■■■ » nj'.mbad !•? * H4 

I ; C I d O^D I'.-' **•»••*« • "R 

pri. • .r- - .* hatp ;f nt*iM runpua rama d»na- 

W 'Pa t 1\ '1 rs:i Bta* “ «•’*»' TH'* h*.*"* 1* **• •• '* 

• V . •'<' • .'T' ni|h ' ’ aKb M It l>*a'- 

_ a.t I laia* mimihtni intnl. 

OAK BAY • ■* •-» S 1 1 900 


i.FoRGI RANDArL LlMHID 


Kumpu* I't’ih ’••r «"•! iHir'aH jr h.imr i- t*« • 

N|,dii.ti» UI Pit •• ■> • Alihan »' 'a af|t •■••»!Ki, .n 

tu,' r'»n:l .'il nt»‘ » *Al |at4|{* , j,,- . .j( i-'v ' 

)..i|ai a -I-' if t» -a4i.iti4A ,'lrd , , .-•a- ... 


M.i.i 

• ft! 


M- '• t nUi. »N ■ . 

1. I -,j Snt 

• 5't .1*. !<»• I \ ■ 

r-rtlWH'D I!« llfN"“k. nit 

far <4f,f,’iOl a*l»|P .41 

rv • «vdi 

14TI- ffi IIOl'.xF : ,M I imifPB 

H.n'a’ I. • i.’» »’ t - 


M .■•MV !«• 

1 \'p f 


.'t t' 

S\ ' •! tf»»,P 


MARINA 

'FISHING 

RESORT 

•’ . •! ..ar 1 f ’a 

.» '.at* 

. p, J- 2 i» - tf a ir 'll ■ 

- • ' I't ’ n « I «i Utr \A r.a»| 

■ ,p '.a ■ ariii tnar,' p »i • i- i-, 

4'H.i . ni .J larT*! .ntp 

' • ',b ■ I"' t'l'P /a- • anl 

. .t ' . ; t., • ppatj >’..fp fur 
* Oai iUi". •• r...” 

ppt.; ■ hg,ld.t.< ' . V 'T 

.1 • ■ ' t la •Ip 'V a . • .'d 


»U fa !»• •! • - 'Pa i‘A».pt Pg' 'idia- 

tr>, ' ' A'.', - a: .•'*ai nau p;«tnh- 

Ifik Is >a tati'Tfit ■••»>. • fPA-'f. 

S 12.600 

R a* M‘fn|i|"i r<*4ii"5. 

*• SVI1417 

FIVANr»AL UttVCY i.m 


II C.-MI'LI U INfii'iMAllu.N 

i'ii"Ni. M't> n 

£V 4 »UI lO> k\ 4 M-J 

FAMILY HOME 
TO TRADE 


« ilh aid t\ It a rat • 1 , . m ' • 

.1 It,.' r at oa*rmiii’ i • r v ' ' .‘i «• 

an'.t I a l«t •.l-t.-t - •'•*■ • *• * 

I Sii' ano P,.' ♦»« 'l»l» dP. «f" . i.*-at|;t 

am..- r.fhr ai>Q ...npirr Hr X 

r *• c I 1 OQD i*n 


s 1 1 ,950 r: “tVi 

I 1 .. fa • poa.i MIA •' 
E\ 4 • I 


OAK BAY ■* •'*>$11 ,900 


■ ; : -:Tr. DUPLEX 

r>p 0* ait- ' '.a _ ^ -mat 

, I ' ' - il It i.ta a 'J '*■ %/ J 00 

^ *l *-'!#*!**' .na F*'**.* •I'b 4'prdni* daWII And ] 

i«,,a a.irhan. •I'h 

t.i^ •' a. .. »• •>. p,, ;an4P« in r«ndlli<>n. 

■' ■’ ' ’■'■ '•■ Bi ban».riii nun Mt-kll «"P* 

41. «• »p. f'l »' -pa-i'rat 'hai ,,,. ^ , ,»,»4a afi.* atira m* 

* tPi-t' a-p I Hr r-i»h ^ a.>»u and P*»» IBC>B»hlf 

l-at|;tr- .• .|-t.p 111- a ..a. PH i.a.giania 

■a.-' . ,11 -It* M'.' '> Ofi iBopp piaa.a vtli Mr 

I l>n ■■-M-Al I >,■ «.' . J • >„ a,, !-.:., fiat <tn • IMM 


■ ■■M AI I >,■ 

HW "» A 


LICENSED HOTEL 


FAIRFIELD 

Neor Sea 
46 Moss St. 


STOP - LOOK 
— AND I’LLXISTEN 


WINTER RATES 

Mndarn. n4*r par* rbitpa Htrll* 
».T>’ Jdnftihlf **r*l» TV 
<»0’>''n*l ThandPfb'Pd KV 4 "•« 

nnxY~ rt'HMBMfn • ninrirArM 

ap- lia-t(.t «iirnart •t'.aa.a 

A. a.'rtiitt hn« aai»- and r ran 

UiindPt ..nnitpd i ‘t •’ '' 
4lna-'» |*'M* la'anfin,'* A^ , ' - 

Bn dr AkiM •»' aMwa. Rpt* A 
mnnUlr MAB p*' mnn'.' P*''* 
fiPld Vit'ofiA PiAk* h' « Ml 

Cm>WR A50 A!*ri4f>R 

Airn> rouRT 

Ra r tAn'vinad )'i >«••« .» <* in 
<|,iflii,a pplri*pra,'tP TV flrpp;a.p 
aainm*ti« *»« A4n,ian<*». i-rti« 

dpiioria iJR 1 mi 

” rAinrm.D plobb i*« 

Tpiraa ' -f'l *rvi fw’p nip- lum 
Jat’pd VAPi ua'm f,r"’- i •• • * anit 
ftldB* la,inrtrt Adul't Di. c-p A 
Cr Ui n>»' Rn I'- i-i-iU ar 
t\ \ «M ir.tr. rv A «4 ' I 

\nr.Y<. HrS|\£>.«i AiAN VAIll 

i"»'p ui*i' ktma !'f. ■»» 

P.a. 7 A KV A.a I'd- 

•pi -mpfli 1 

TfiWNKH PARK M«rr»;L, MpLKI.Y 
and m<«nrii> pair- A”**/'.'* .-••• 
d<«'ainri| •iiaPirtird'. TV ,rf.' nai 

rv ’*‘4 

BA.-iKMK.RT Ri'ITT. Ri'RNsHtr 
Gratr aira. A- ■uai'ia t.,a J')..nr 
S\ VVK4- 

TMo RftoMA A’«n KITTlirN GK 
(I, ',ivl P',* ’ i|uip' rnuldip *d>-d 
mui-lp 4M Mirh,rnn 

t M"i>rRN ri-HVIIHKII 
au a Adul>« !>• Ya'** M 

B. I .A 

crwv J RoqjM n.AT owv 

anra-artra Va,«ni Jat. I <ldf 
CarntM'ih 

YArATPt NOW' TWG rrrxrtm 
ki'.itpnp'ia A, .11 •■•,*ai' B\ 4 7411* 

(i*'U-rrHsi«nro niRii Rnuu 
a e\ A «'M 

JAMKA *«AN MO'NT 41 ITr 

Aii,,i>i t*> 'i7 r<ni.4t. - r.v a ntm 

• I* CtXlK «T 

Cnmnipta ianiii »ui(a RV 4 n)ia 

lNA*-*ROfiM Af’AfTTMrVT MTTH 
b. -hana-r B,V J t#*'* 

J ROOM rt'a.'riHHin sum. »as 

firop ta hi. IV 4 «*M 

tt Al.KIN*; ni«TAN« i IVAKM 4 

rtt< rv } Mlit a«ar a P m 

MOliRRH ^ HtOMU KltfHPH 
a'-p an<l ha’', A"i-ir- F\ * lAA* 

TWfi-RooM rrB*<i«Mrn ai 't* 
l<»7« Har'h Park Si 


*!««»» HtXiM t-pPU» l>'*r*|.PK 

• I ! .,• VV 

» r ..II, ,,«• I I I ,t »aii 

A* ,1 Apn. 'll I *• • Pn 

lAi. RtiOMA PHiVA'f flATIt 
r ■ r',r».B a*«-,ia ranrt aai 

r -rr', a l*rp(f r »p ' laai r>ak 
Hi A tr, .* RA * 71a 

I'PPiR utriBX NPNA'Lv nr rv. 
ra'ad -ai i-t' i^-ati.ir a iinmatir 
O' II. ai ■• .a rv • '*■*• 

t-urv - ttFlWOaiai MLP • atOH 
It, rad -»ap .i-p i»t. Pripp kdv 
pti'irr RV • 7Hia 

ii'ra.M *n I r-«tsTAi>ri> 1 !• 

{• •, a s, , n«ik and aaa. 

A'T , I. • V : i"i* 

} nnisr-iriM rmniiNti piawm 
I'.M a tnanii. Il'l Pai dnr* 
FY A iTIV 

I'f ‘ 1. t . ,cAT*'.r> Timt-t Hra'Ai.; 
;•'»* • •vn na'h lanpr I’r' «a 

1 1, • V -r 

»'•» nri r roNTAiMii. i h«>oma 

and niip. ' -at,.*ra ihJ Ikhaa and 
(4 r«ar 4,n * 114 1 


Dl’l'trx n«: riVLAYRON ad . - ,,J> ' r, H,.p ,a. ....nl 

•II' |kv IN 4'lftA' a . .t ' , ; tr, ,'PpatJ .*-*.'fP flip 

l-ftOTiM OtnAiil. I*.A I HimriM ».- t''at;.-. , t-r 

O an 1*KP ai'‘rii I flR » JV'I U'^•P * • - a i»r -«m,lT 

- - ■ •-.'■ :• a I if ■ . I I ., a • la 

134 IIOLSKS -PT..P-- ,imr t • 

1>A.MKII ro RF.VT^ i,* ’ "* 542506 

^•ntirTfrmsi iMMki.iA-iT 

M-,. ,1^ -I'P Hf-Hix.. ry- 

iIANW »B llitl • . |«, Fw la. t* A • 1 ' a 

i,t a raia;,- „.-ir • - * *''* 

»N * *■., ,V*" ’■ 

•H»;i.--7KHMAN * <’0 ll.'l ' I V‘- 

. .f, • ,.ff' 1 'a -• 4d r.AIRriei-U RBAflY 3'-. C'1'14 It 

rt't’ai Ifili',*. |*i"4ia I.V k 4»Ai 

wA».-ini iMMHrtATn.Y J hrn- ~ ■ ” “ 

: . • || I .. . »1 rt. I . or 

I... I . r... r t\ 4 -'*1 


t.:0DnA ',kn'-.>' <pKtd narrXKa 
ao'i •»•-• l.i-iia II .t 

rtnm. 5i..d n<t* ’-•’*• . ba.i 

^^:,a . $65,000 

Rov R (4 IV 4 >3av 
Ra. f\ 4 'M* 

riNAArriAL IITIVIV l,TD 


nan ' i'*n I IVa ’hr v'd' t - 

hp: V”4Pa 

a a s.t.f ‘ ■ 

» .. • . • I'pa' A 


IN I 571* 


ll-irHY KHiki'ArHIi k. rail.. 


IN 4-1134 tat Kaai,n|«*X 


$l 1,000 


$42,500 


•' .rd niini, »HtT », f| •- 
.1 It; •:,* pi'HiTi... »'• r» 
L»i. D*!p - fv 1 ,,41. *v< 

i\ . »a 


hotel , r\rc 

a»S‘ 4 n«> ,*>a. I.tral'an* paL LV-rOj 

— 1 t i , ■ ' l« af»t .A ;•'*•* 

•00 sv,' .**■ »\ 4 nv,v ra*. end SE 

•• i 

1’ :? 4 . I V 4 • • ,v 1 i N 4 lull 1 1. 1ft 11a » net 

avat >tNA\4|\i, n- .ivr.v MMirm • • 


LOGS, SAND 
end SEASHELLS 


5400 DOWN 
RESTAURANT 


r, pr. a ii' -a • , - 

B«- ' IP I'Jti nil. 'a. M' »' i 
IN : Jlft; ir- vrM 1-'» •< 
n»*'» n,-’ -1 ■ :* i.fipt Put 

phi '.p 4 ^ 

^ Tna - a Yo 1 

T YOUR HOME 

FOR 

- CHRISTMAS 

„f H'la lO'l' ' •• '.MIN' MIB 

1 r A’ A '• "■ 


lovely garden 
CHARMING HOUSE 
IDEAL 

RESIDENTIAL 

SETTING 


137 ll -M.I.S. STOKKs uiid 
orm K> In KI.NT 


OFFERS OR 
TRADE 


A 1-4 IlMhli A 


' rt* 

V, 4 NO 


«TGn» .fP 1FA4-J BxrnikM f-ivfcs r Pii.'i'm 

rrnflB .v-n I-rAr-l TY ilin'/t ;<« A. .I S IS 

-.r.;:’ Lt '* r a 

* a *• la t- '**^ It; •• ,r.' '4f^» ft- 

Jbl» *||»*« / 40^ I 1* • P« I a ak « 

'r-.r:. !••*•••% ^ • :*\4 . „ V . 

..anar IV 4 23*4 . ft, , . 

AtlF «v»' NPSrKVir, 4>M.Y 
H4A.-ON tr.f dllJlSi, Wll L Ar. 
I’l- \* IM l . t>|M. ‘MAT ' H'l ir'AilF pf. .AMAti Hl.'-il 
t '.n* r.i.i \i'i .y^Ff' MAR llf^ VUIAT 

t.-. i "' *'*'* sao.ooo 

Ha....,tp.p A Cr. a-0 Ft . -4 


INI l . t . I S 

' r. I . 

HI' *'V I mu 


ESOUIMALT 

. ^"\>'1Stv * J.liTV 

. -. . f , . I 

4 -, 4 


4 NEW HOUSES 


( "It ALL e* 
TU1» r-itl 

MH la<\ 4 ■ 

RF‘ F.VitiA 


$23,500 

' ‘..A 


CITY 

... .1 , . . i I- 

ran'xi ta • r 

atwl .i'- (i f 

m >' LL r- '• ' 


lit J.H'i't all" -at' SMI IlilA 
•Nt fan 1 Daiiimi * ■ ». ..u* 

r::.:n.raV;,at., $9500 

lii> *>v,rika,'.v t* ttn« V rai. mi 
• •-p'l .. "1 ii'i .1 III a <*>■- 1 it 

’ 'p« a -I# ••'» t ' I • 1 a- • • • 


and »i 'till* 
4 Miuhtii 


$30,000 

” e • I 7 1 

ipa hart It a ' 


vA-AfMNi; ni-trAN' 

-1" - t m Put- , 

' » -aip . ^ .‘d «»' 


J tti«'M< 
f->1 1'<a- 
. S' 3 M‘ 


I Mtx)Ms Asn BA'ni t.Hiirr 

• J'ar and iiaa' ihii'Mlad flat 

raiii' r.a v*'ah’ FN : *%»* 

VAAI.MM; lilvTASfi 1 U'li-MS 
I't’ I gn- s.,,' '.irbinc la-li ur 

• "i-'p I j;i M,i.',i 

nri.7 MitiAl'ifll 3 LANiit ilMA 
ta> ti'ita Ilia*.; lAfl u»f ntnnih 
Ai'P 1 F f ll'al. *.*' Yj’p* 

•' HrVlM rinATAtRA APARTMFVT 
>p».' .tata.'a n tN na- 

- ."I 4 and ■ D n- 

• "•‘TAH’t. -- ’TK TNVn p. • A4n 

k. - 'r-.i*. I . |.i*r- nv'rr a, an 

) I S 4« « 

•»'i,4 < -iVTArtKii I If. ..tt . ■ 'T1 

l. . « '-P' a,tu . A|-i--> al 

di ,r • /4III |Vatt-',rt 

N4AI1 AT JOIBr’M* •4MAI4, 
fla' radarnraiPd lan ev > i44d 

nit 4.1 I7AHF.TH 4«v OIKsTFR 
B;V 4 Bid Up liotr J p,«>m *u,*r BA 

nv7; i,-ARi:r tt-niM.s ri*^Am5, 
II* ilm** Hitad flat* IA> mirth 

nnnAiH onni’SD rtrwiH. riH- 
(ral IV 3-3**7 a*anin*\ 


Anl \|r.’l» I' V.t > 1,1 A7 t' iV 

, I it « ’ I r,. fa . I* 

a. ' ■ ■ . '. • ■- ai.r ll«, ', - -.y 

net approx $400 * i-.-ViJiSHi"'’*" 

MONTH 

132 MiM i:u.AMCuLs» GROCERY BUSINESS rp.;' %';.hV”*''ii 

ro IlKN’’ . „ 1 >*' lu.'.n »VJ7J7«. 

- ‘ ■ Iff f V J 31*1 

fOM Y«il7H PAHIV OH I'M'IT- - , . , 

I .11 -n. a Wull.tr-- Wt li*-a ‘ ' '' * , lA'W S A I I n'S JI’V.IC»»MI# I TD 

A*. ‘ '.r.' r*'i. . ,-.r«t ’ a a -.* I ir. \AANT*1' 

.uh'n • ,v *4 ■ .la-'t ■ 

’ =,» : full price si 950 •:■■■ •• .*v% ..:4,":n 

, .. n.,a. .„iT gia,.’. M. 

■ . »\ .» ' .- I, 4 »4 ‘f 'T sol I’t UfO 4-lti, A 

in WAM1.I) 10 KKVT ni.Ni; ’ltd - ^ 

MIM n,l S ' • •'•S' -S. A •- 11 ■■imvif-T 

V lA r;i ar. 

a . ' •. V 4 •* >. Ml C AM 

?.’* ' ■ WANTED sir A7 tv u tu- ASYiiAtr 

.11 aia.aii'i A. t. iltlVm WAMHI PAII TYM' IN iKIWN- 

I'll .MOKIlaAifr. l.OAA^ ' isn l>u <nr-- b'>'t In.i nml 

- — — • — I */ » I*'* P'B p'-*;i ft' •>* r*i:li t'4i»- 

.ApJSf'Y In lOA.N For O pcrSOnol VlCrCirtO -r i.i 'nt.t'tnin' ranuirra Vi«- 

W* hat* III* |.iu."i.in« am-'UH* cl'Crlt — 4 Of 5-SuitC ' * **"* '** 
v,.4> (rTYinimum) Sclf-Cnn- 
,V. 4> “•"■^toincd Apoftmeni No .v;- 

fuir.-t.i jutf* -d 4mri4*<d oh|eei>on tn 0 good enn- .ia'v- • imt .*# 

ait'iWN'iMti^TA'.LM'iWf version High Foirficld n»nw? i;apa«,e r'-hai 

iiAi.itb prrlerrrd but not essen- • ' t-.J”' 

ji3 BiahApard M. Kv.i»77i j,g| 7h»s IS o genuine i -i 
AKi- S'". j-.iiMviM. NI .niJ.s cnnsjir.' PIcose CO*1 H7 I \i IIAM.K 
:*j ‘ti'-r^ Cl* M r'lAii ’ *" JOHNSTON & CO. LTD Ki- i>r.\TK 

Lu- ‘ I.::::'. EV 5-2471 .. — 


n rAHTNVHK-HT B' ■ 

H- f :,»p»»pto ' fip« f*l Nti-' "! a 

1*0 


HOT WATER 

T vT’n heating 

' VACANT' Viy in Tiir K'l.!. ff.rvH 

hlirW V- .1 A- l« 

Hrmstiia mocK 7 a.-t ^nd LOW DOWN PAYMENT ' .Vn"*,V;iT 

O'tra. .t* rt i.n . .<>.tiv. mvnavt • 


ol'rtp *'• 

W M M Ma 

H la - 

r— r-\ sp» pu iftt. 


w" v::':: under 

$16 800 CONSTRUCTION 

'a'*r F'- ‘,.7 I'- I • -n •* »- ' ,p» ) 

n- II." fi- 'trp ni' i'ta ll'inj 
I /Simi> ' 1' ' ' a -P . 1 C*,p » 4-»*. 

LOOK -a»i-'i i .- pan •» ftrv- 

mXiSTEN . 

■ ’ -V '. ■ • ; $12,800 

’ '■ IP 4 ’’I' 1 ri a n la alif* iV^ 

*• rtlr-'liigP 

SI 4 950 

•r P. i n :m,*r u LOW DOWN PAYMENT 

’t Pf'ha'i pi isiin hi-mr n»»d« a.J.'- 

" •■ • I a I. Ill 

GARDEN ' • ' hil.i and 

Jl^ WOl I^F '• dim. e r<v>«. Uiaa 

■GJ rnVL/JC , 

At tn. ' I amt a >m« garnan Wa.a * 

*- 0 »r. p -r an* i’an al Mr a.f. 

KiTiAl ’Mi* COUUJ It Of»*; I»r.i> 

rir^G ■ 57300 

!«>«••># ««. Mr 

* Ml I I.I p r rtr* itH $ 2.'i 

»f OU • . • ' * 

new — nice 

; S2500 DOWN 

' ■ ' y atniinid 

in- f • I. •' nmtiPt krcp '••kiriH la’x i 

, ,, ,1 k r'>mB l‘•'l<•h li.ln* ai.-l 

P J. ,, , ••• |,» • i-B' ' ippiafp 'no '• <a 

[ I , I I# "P' •'Ip” •••■■ ni* I’l'-irt 

" ■ bi'PKPfi' »,'h Pt'ra flmiht-d 

I • ,r >taa ail hpa-ina dru*- 

‘ ■' ‘ $14,900 

**a"'r Ii'ai'i't *P* **''* ’>'** 

OAK BAY 

' "" NOW VACANT 

5 1 9 ftfin * bu"** Oa a-u.m rah- 

iSIT.OUU ,,,, tniP't 4- pr » « 

fill - t* Al -tri-p «i- if-ip •ink 'lilt* rnnf". 
f I I 1 '■, • a, tin r I, p naitrnnm* P#m 

I'd ja/r,,'' a't'ipi ;aiap nr 

M, PI ilixt a and kpan ituprinr 

. $8500 

V 1^ I A I " yn •b'"' n'.aw r*ll Mr 

A\l_ •>*» F\ 4 M14 


FULL PRICE S1950 ‘ 


I p'l fi-h M " II •« 

Call M' lu'i'in »VJ7J7 «. 
Hi f V J 31*1 

ItiWS A ll•l•VII'V.tCl»^^^# |TI> 
WANTMl 

.1 ..piP" IQ a -,.,’p aiiari- 
', - r I'.-n i-",i 1 ,r 


I vrm ; 


: firoHimst* nv.A 

t-\ ■- f.V ’*'4 


12fl H.^TS AM) APAKT 
.MINTS ro KKNT— 
IM I UNIN|||;|) 

Ya • • 7vi,' trwl ha'i* 

ft aail I r' 'But >»''P t* •«» 

■ anap **T V fi'- n- n’’ 

C,' -• Riw'i T'.x *i- ' 

>.«*>4.n*d »u'-p a.i-tu-n ha> 
ran*p pp.im* and npd wa'pi au|« 

|t ,««t. *4i '* I'Pl m.*i<li 

Tna Bf '..mt * Invraimpnf 
A*4-tv I I .m,'rrt 

Ii. nr-vpinman' S' FN 4 411S 

THKKKHivoMs ••ri.Fr»NTAn*rr» 

•ili'p •«p*i' dp"~pa:rd 
Rtt* pfipn i.pi'a’P 1 1 * I* I'Pitui* 
ha'Pi fi*n and -*al pni. tn- r f* . 
ta-p -a I- a. 'I »’ j»'p 'ai.'il 

in* tt rip t . .f't-irvp • Ikn 

Atu'B'U* •nniptiarp't n • ■,|n 

fii.jiv. I'M m'a P R -ifi 
5 - a* 1.*| Itu Hi «'l .S-.P1-I 

imruir R\ J »tf. 

BKi.f'drY APAlirMfSTS Ymi H 

rf u r • I 'IP • T ,-i • 

at’ itptdpm au"p. in ' '-a n< • a 
A< a .il F*, nivT ii.ai 

K rp in" Ad’iita "Piiv (''U.-ari rufai 
iair,n*» ' 

JtKR * .srF.rHVS'u'S I.1MITKD 
I V »S41l 

wiMaiss rnF.xr 
jut HFArii iHtfvr 
RaDi’v . . .uic-rtiriH a|’a"'nrr* anth 
tipiai I* tea .ivl nark iv imp 
J *<i.'p* rifNSTiiH 

»V«\nr tilt' •' |id> 1U-- R. a*'" 
Ih'tiKlind T\‘ art iarm-' Ain ; 
fui'a IH nr KV.’*4,’.l Adnli* 'Pi” 

Cl.F'tUALF AHSItTM. ST. MV 

ra'P'ip;.! Ri'arl n-ip ,n m*r a> 

• H •’"■a' and |>a t S.-iv 

ltl'U'> "U* 1 l>*>''l'P»pv til tp V 'Il'l p, 

7r'' 'tiu(r an,' 'nfi '"PI a'-" » . >t 

f'» TV t*V lannai ;»i A,l.*a 
•rti I’ nr f;V li’.-'d 

A V A 1 L A B T r JWimiATBI T 
W4U-in **11* ailh p’pp '• ' .<t.*p 
ai'd frtdcp its* Rntai.’i.i iii',* 
I'nm 0.4 B*v A,/ Idr*' lor 

Vf^gAf irfin# rae« 

mnnih lAir apimm’mp"* *n * rw 
phnnp Ml Artai! 4\ * lat 

RArHKl.MH srrTF am* rni\ 
la nad fntd**n Auitma' i p.r -r 
■1 *ta and l-"l*i' ><aai <'•! 
wv'»' alfifi'iad Qiii** »P«'dpr*'«l 
dldoPt fl'»* •- n,l»a» *1111 *P* 

ramial r" KV M*dS 

jRfvvM AELrnvvTAisrn?' iTF 
WAI.KIM I'lATANI'F TO T"W V 

Mm.v i'Kc7»RAT»:n as su 
Afur NOW j«iM Wll vrw 
fTRAP rtiAlTV l.n T«« f-IlT 
rr «v)MHW 

ATTRArnVK IHKIVHfy.M V ITF 
rnnai.’in* at tlrtn* *ttnm rtiiipi a 
klirhan *Pd n*ihiM*ni ini 'dnt 
rafiiia:*f4K ai.r'rtr .Kkp cirtta 
and TV rcinrfpllftn 17* ad,..’, 

ant Applr N" J rYnr*p Vi#a 
AcMprinantr (to narga Rd Wax 
Phdna ORi-4314 

LoriBB AFARBMINTB NIH UC 
iHta wall-naa<ad l-hTdriHtin abail- 
aiatil riiaa -n rown .n.l rra 
Marti' at AO* Buildin* anuin ti<t* 
Fanrinr* larmt n*rk Au<nfn*r<r 
• •thin* taOliKP* TV hiKMup in 
rl'MlPd in r*4U ■! ••• eS' < 7*1* 

ivj-m:J 

cinoB TO Bi'iitritHOi Bfnr bv- 

■Id* Irlplal <70* hadraom li.ln* 
ppufn ki'chao haihfirtiw tr-t 
• <n*a alarlfl* tiaai CafRaM 44* 

rv J-IW 

•at pAmrtKJ} DWTHU-T <>*r¥- 
;iadr«B«li irtil* Haai IMh' •*;*p 
■ nd »a» iBfI'idad W4*hini f»- 

plIiMP. IV 4'M*B 
FAIRFIKLO TMRKT R'VSM .AFlk 
|k-fi'a<nart «P4»’ du*'»' ^ 

ra-*a and tod#* a«»»* 

niur* S'' fV3'*AW 

1 ANO J BIT7HC70M irTTW JN 
BMT 4 pl*» aort WiMlno frajbd’ 
Vrf arpia*'. Wa*l an4l aa;*» •-» 
/art 4*" amt lit* a mnn'I' P*» 

IV » a*** 

KOnrBN ' RBU* CONTAlNfP ) 

, ,.,|t» Har'r'p '4fie* t"** 

Raaiad r* 

« ,*;M' •* nll*-ll** *•*>» 

lU) Broad Btroat. 


NNAHM OKI KIN'W ANll Krt 
. h'npi-p IV 4 *'•''1 

130 FI.ATS nnd Al'AKT- 
MKNTS M ANTH) 

iNM'ffXtBIIMl dt'ttt S*Ari 
1 I'll, la,’ Ian ] I'iimip 

t V I • af;pt i ■■ II 

HANK AriTH'inANT 

.- spdtiMii a • iBiBuhi*! ii'i. ,ip w> 

rnd YN l'7l* i>f i;H » ■ O 

132 ItOI NF S ro KK.S’T 
FlKNISIIKl) 

AVAIMHtX tMMBniAtri Y~rrHI 

■ .\ and •'ttai-iva 

J ••P'ii.,.,rt. I ii-aaiii« \{*ripiiid Hr 

I'T! a i-< ii*h Mii-'iuKai A 

I I Ul Hiaixnarfl RS > il«> 

4 I noUM rt'RNIHMFIi Rl.NllA- 
In* nn ARPPd dl a Ullaltla 

4*. 111! PIP A. Co •)* Port Phnn* 
FV I 411) 

I ITS I VimT I’l N'T’k' 1 H<*'»» 

I , - I -if r. , . I,. I I poi-n tr .r 


'l-.. •' .1 i •,'• .-"ta TaTulP. *■ "< I ’r... ,. -I WA7T.H m-AtlNl. H'lnrM ••* 

.1.1 .1 •> p....... ■ I " i-i ' I. il I ‘I ‘ii'p. .a'pi ih < p''at Hill dc'iii’ • • 

'I Pci- i",-a likdOd' ■ 'U.l I'P'I"’- NSii'd '"P axi'PIT •• I’l-. **"1 

Ptil. I <1 a IIJ.W RPI.I-.A AS r '*»IL ni'lLr -".mr rr.mo.i-, I 

'■|IV Cr>pF»r M«H* CPh’ral • r » i > » nv . -i'.' **-«p ''•P'* »"*•!* i-ai, 

;-...ir th. . .'IP. II . «!• 'pararv.-i.f P\KS SUA'Y «V '*■ ’i'“ , V ' 'J’.f 

r .’>• i".,,;pp a*...|unrr>i fiM HtiTl ir'T'YCrt f.mni.'kp laiir.-m itu it 


FINANCIAL 
SURVEY LTD 

I.’)* GOlammant It KS' 4-IJ«l 


F.Xn.' MSK J I'liM. 

TOP OF THE LIST 
FOR CHRISTMAS 


,\iy ’*1. I-Pllf-Oipir •'liai-'ri.' M'llirB 

___1 ppml.i"kp la lir<-im IL'll i’t 

57350 ’*4 imph’ •IM w ’•.•.» 


' rnmoii-i . LEGAL TRIPLEX 

J • • i • n, . 


I'rkli-. pan I I •is.inn 'an i-i m 

«.,»pd t"i to. tot^rin 

I'li'a'l n#i', «■ Jty J\J\J 

.Pra«p 'ad M»Pi> H-"U ri'ilia 
IN i JiOl ", H<< trll • 3114'. 


3 - • uf ' • n» IP 4 AS 

lloar- -a,', .i, * > "I' Ir*, 

$i 2!666 

H Of M. r ' k' » 4-*Hi», 

rr *-1417 I 


I.IORi'P BANPAt.i LlWnXO 

IJB* HiTtal 

Pnnna |V 4 ilM 


Oak Bay 
Realty 

FOR UAK BAY NuMEa 


HM 'iv n-i K m .S! 


WANTED 


ANXI'II'-; I.p.'. :r* Iip-ra '•’’f ’in. v**.ru '■ 

!r .p . .1. -P,,-, .il'l ^ «'--.af". I’trnvi.* 

• n af M>| l-f UK) l-lt'. A laliP - . I m T'"pl*' J ’ ‘ 

..« ,.r I,. ♦ |.,r r 'a 1 

r, ..... , . ... J'I15 I • .ri' ^ 

I.' i.»n' A •- U '’RmifT ‘ i’ A:‘ fm-'-f ^ ■ • ‘tap 

V T'.iih IS I'H'sn*. S’ t r r;i sR. <. haf i aT,”'Pt el l nDH 

AMMUi-N 1.1* MHIH: fi*. rtHM** J' IrUUU 

I H NSHin' M* ’. Ml tAM lifl. rsnklTON KV4a' * nr« 

Sir S7 »S u 4u- ASV71MP EV J *•*• FXrtflHlM UITI.NLi 

MASiVII rAKrVMI IN IKXAN- 

■ lan liu 'm-i b'la* In.i opni f“OI P RAV 

Sr* p.r r-j;i ffiiin Pairlt • t"- \_S«rL.l. L»P"N • 

• ri'il ini.i'imn' rfouirrd S’K-' na^ptiip*iA rtAV/ 

. rr B-* s*4 PATRICIA BAY 


fnt-'.r ^ 14.1’ • liar 

" $11,000 

>\ KV 4 •' * nr« 


-••■J tr>><h "'• ta'p < I > 

I. I IS ' . l i|i 'll' 

•1* c*«h I -i /"U4 »i| r i- niail 
I ..It I IIS' >'N-> 

.Slat «,;• I M' I '"".a | « 

volt lilt- '.111' 1 1 . I - • ' 5 Or 

VisKilllA LTI> 

Ml Y«: • \ -I’A 

KV 14741 54Hi»ir I'h’rt-r SrrkN 

Mo'iri.Si.K Mr’Srv AN VI .Mill. 

P'ami* u*l hand arut itT’m 'iia ; i> 

■ il'l, f. • , .1 -. .,n ;• •• - » 

(ir< It "1 • -rr'ia' inrcti 10 *">i ('ur- 

r.i.' i,,'i- ' i.'*r-*, C' ’■•ult tsip 

mupita.-a dirarimntrt. 

I* I HK -NSS * M7N« in* 

m: Hjiwd JUraal pi-di KV5 1UI 

, I .1 M ’ S c Av“i'P.7 S'- 7HK 

ie»i dial IT tpmrr* wr t-*ir *nd 

I Ir I » «i.' a* .' I - 

KV 4 .7 k’.TA 

l V • • .•« , 1 • ■ * tr 

m--ris'»?r*« I ' Nil f ' »i' e'PP 

tsi- srniAiiKK IN u:-‘- ' • i;’-< 


> t. Mitinr-- p.' .1 * littp 

-I J I r> 1 i',i Kpi* : 

-. :H -I -|P« r- |P0.,lTt. 

,a V' • Rni s»t 

t’W P t: A P A >. C I 

I as a •".* ■ 

fp-r**- \v ---r - 


I \l IIANt.K 

lU.XI. l>r.\TK 


EV J *•*• FXrt flHlNE UaTt.Mi 

COLE BAY 
PATRICIA BAY 
CURTEIS POINT 


JAMES BAY 
$6200 


*' ,< naa'i ' *- il I 

an lOP*' 'P- '•''i-.n' '• • 

r Vii-.n. KV 5 )l«l. 
ert Oh • 17IA 

RETIRING^ 

"1312 Hoshngs St 


CHARMING 

BUNGALOW 

7 . s " . • 


JUST BELOW 
• GOVERNMENT HOUSE 


CURTEIS POINT H- ; : iVr.T 

Wa c.fC- l.TPa 'IP hORPt B*<T< '* 'l' T’' 

MrtNSKA TtS.p IT* OWN Il . » 

rnns-TAP.F . ,'da -,i. ' -r .. rr. • . *.i. 

T 7 ia-a *rP t-tn’*- it dn "B .«.i, ,-a'..np- ••"d 


$8950 


MOVE IN FOR XMAS 
S1200- CASH— $65 MO 

»•- Ml - i-p 4 'I' - -I' 1 1 s 

iiiiuiln. ' Iltijr' '<a'ad "' •*•> " 

■ -a iig I'M I, -III g f'.'i, 

• • • • -I I li • ('••I 'u 'll u ' s 

7 1' . 1 .-I, • f I. ", I -11-1 


iNrtNSKA Ms.p IT* OWN hka ‘ 7’ ' 

rnnsTAP.F . mp „C ' ' 

Tlia-a *rP t-tn'*- it di« h'-'inh »B ,,, .«.i, i-a'-ni- » 

t"f ^•l•f,d rtii’il -rip'c-iii and * , 

praip’i, ; *, a Wa'r' *»"r -aaa ^ a,,.-,,. ^ r 

p' "IPI- It •• . *' '■•n.r.» || • . . r«-.ff Tall 

, < t " ! I • >■<1 " fil -a.n Thr- a * , , • 

I . » a a .1 • a »P4* nf Rvi/-* 

l.t'Hi J. SS • » I '■ pi.'Pi'- UI p»s, ... Ip* 


$8100 


$7950 XMAS SPECIAL 


HAGAR'S 


$16,800 


II SUITES 


11 : I • f I 1.. ., r- • -I'M* 

.-1 . '• a> t'i.<<*> ; a( 

n . n ■ «’,|| I K V-’fK 

‘ \ i"; - • ,1 . r *, '••r-ap* p<n 

■UI - 1 ' -I 

**ix m>i»M dn’PXNi RI v,-:Ainw 


, . - ..,i..ii.ir .wviiil. . 

4 s«-!.' iiiiHsoN, fim 

' " DFFFRS ' 

DEAN HEIGHTS 

HIGH LOCATION I IN V I I LL^ ' $7900 

kv.m« ,** 

r..:v"'L TiTv"::* siooo down duplex 

rB.rprr7;r,:':T?.i"'Lv;" a y , .i, ■ as is...s<r, 

... .'nPP’ If.'Vi Mitldir* « th lull A,, I i« . , «.. . 

•-J.B r-ia.' al r^rv, Sat. '•a'rah- T7.il. .. P'.. ...,a * 

|L 1 T .' ■ A f • '.a I a 'r’’’ ■< .irpPTTiar' !nr .a»a 1 1 a- • 1 - - a--1 

nttar.'tPr na« Ir • n ; n 

■ • I mu K 1 < i\n/\ ” 1B-I’id|n« * I I'. , . , 

■S'-V 1- ?.U'99? *7500 ; : $6000 

KV4 ••;* P.»a.» '•! M- In rS3 3iet 7 , r.. 

I- rs s -r . . ^ » 111.. 


»' ! r- 1 u 

► s ; vini. 

114 


'fi' n 'If t «p'ii »»« 


' n uaia'I nn a tp « mra ftiral 
■ i>'.a t" t'an«|uiita um, and 
- P"ri» 'hit ,, an ••’larMt* 1. 
hr- itpr hnn.a Thnr i» an 
p.,p,.ri>’ iit-ng rm.ni and t.nai- 

• 'iiiiin* IIP m Tha .iiinri' i* 

laitr •"-. a t ill' in •anil 

n a' I aatlir it n< |t,rlad Vr« 
a.i'orra' ivi naai Yhara ■ • 
' {.a imaot *ail a'tam.a au; 

n.a $10,950 

T.intt •an hr tnanii't 
Call R L 8’.i't IV *-77*7 an». 
tun. 

WEIGHING VALUES^ 

Till* >>•’,•<. tn 0*k Pat nn G..t.r 
B-tari I- ••,’ a'lrin iha aa.ing 
(-1 > "I 44 Ana CtriM In »rhi',^l*. 

«hnp4 4nit ''iritiinria^mn >i ron> 
t>-’- r.: .itiiia ".'.(p dintn* rumn 
4.1 • IIP n an.i imp# aadrnnmr Tull 
I- -I' iiB'rmrf, *.ih BUl'iina’ir 
l.n' an hraiiB* unli If "nil 
tart i-p a iiain- •tf-i»n and •• i.d 

• •I - • hi -,pr^'* 'hlif III m*a 

a i.M - ntti HMna pi.at. ,a.i VY 
< •,''. IS' k-'ibl axt'inp 


DEAN HEIGHTS 

HIGH LOCATION 


OFFERS 

INVITED 


Till, m.f a'. a- t. t*IMa 4-trr,. ‘TVl TH' nr PV'C*' ^'••*1* 

i,.."-!.. • luin I ••..! •*! ’**»n*-' •**" Ifpii-’if’ in 

’rr, n,.,. .n. m..'an.r .n.» i;L'‘-;arv:'’ 


pit I ril #Ti 

’ •«. II 


Hn'-at.pr la-f'l 
A, .. »,id* I "I ' 


$9500 


THERE'S STILL 
TIME" 


-.J,.*. al 

■ IT.' A '• 

. •« r‘ n L \ai > ')»• 

mu K e 


;,r.Tr.sv:; $11,000 

W W.'ilrtrv V »••.:4 K!> 

, ... KV4 VIA 


$6000 


fii- to'i 10 tpand 4 hahn* 
4 hilftmaa m ttitir nan hnm# 
Thi- t'titp hPdf,u<i»' 7 tail Did. 
fttli'.aaaam.rii liwnaai’'a ai’h 
ru’p l*ti| tq livln* 1*001 runt- 
piii inhm aiid aiiPliant haa'in* 
M' in a • -unad Inra'inn finaa in 
«'ad'''>i', Pit 1* Bdi(ui*l>l* (uiud 
In tlip rp.'i-. Bps, on and lb 
4#«,i n< innilArtabl# *nd am* 
nnipi- littnr T«t* adYanifta nf 

rr:::'.’''-"' •“ $15,750 

F'- f ir na, ,,#>*i|i and afiprm'. 
’ *« li»ti-ar' r*!! R Raj- 
,1 .Idt tvs 77*7 •rtt’lia* 


INIMKIIIVK I1VARr.-*-*KlV IS 
n. ri-i 'la IV : MiJ s. la • 

,1'rf * p ir 

ktfinl37N t'lfTTAi.FJ' WtV'tnt 
raia iraiia* tpa'p iiRI l*3> 

N RfKiSt HIDF BY PUiF tX'I'I.KX 

t,n sf R#t •! 

1.13 UCH SKS TO KKNT 
I M l KN{s|ll.l) 

• • 'll • - I i in . In •!, i.un lam 

4 ... . '- a I I I'A. 

I. t. |’,irt"..| ... - • ul .••■ 

•• l> .1 •• • -U"|, I. . .1, I 

♦••It I I. • t 4, It' V .. i|. in, I " 


*■"•"•_, aiii-iFM*., ►••n n*!.* 

• •* 7"' p, •• •- 4i ' 

r ;• » a- iiH • l*nl 

>r • A P ’> 

l•llIV.ST^. S*"fT':.M,K I- I ’.I" 

'll i’ • - . ‘nrp nf 

•moil amnur'a A UarnaHi • •• 

l-.l d •• P: ,• .••-rr' t V 4 " 

Will THAUF l»-* MrtTiin *V7H 
• • .r •i ll ini f'oaaa Sir 

- iia Pip I'"- Hi. 


$56 000 


FOOD MARKET 
PLUS 


OUTSTANDING 

OAK BAY S. 


B.C LAND 


" quick POSSESSION & investment Agenev LIo BOORMAN'S 

nil. (i-r," .'ll* ^ ^ ••. s.. - r '»p*i kiia'a 

H M^looking HIGH QUADRA 


p# p an |l i« , ^11, J 

• " -• . 

1 ' r» II. . • au' .-rr,»i 

,P»Pl ( ■ ■ • ' i 


■ * «■ -'fti .r - 1 it Hian 

«| •.*■ . rri KS 1 Uni 

firv I'l'PFR urpirx two 
bprlrruitti- lixn# -, t » • 

•'.r »:ir-i|, tail. 

•»'• "fi» Ml,# *1,11 in»' fir - 

• -•♦•■iiB Oa atp las prr i nni|i 
fn. nr lai'd A |iit#-'n.#n, 
4c',i.i li-ti|i#,i *5} iintpirmr'i' 

f .. rv *411' 

" -p i 1 irta *"•>( 1 rnoni- **11 

.1 t,it T anir tn ■ 

HPIJ-FK nivTRtrr f- 'P ri, .,)d» 
d'lpi.t J n#i*rnnmi '.Warui f- ? ,• 
na.a Oil t.r*p 1*4 BROWN 
PRO* korsitBP 1777 ni) 
P intdar'l scar IVt.*:;t 

y AnPATuiMU. ITKTtldn 

< -•UP* ‘nrgp h't' lira «•-. nf 

♦It*'. >#4 f • P nan-i, . m 

r .ur i 4a*'<imt «ad »*i'K Vpara'a 
a»r I ... 1 1 Ma-I '„a % a.*n- 

I It. 'n . pivtir KV • uan Finamai 
' p l.,m -p.t 

*VM» SHLF ikfMpnMrnv 3 

haif-OMfl, livir* roofti fU-Kpn 

• ■ 1* '-int f'-a ' ' "a.pmin- 

■• hp*- 4*1 r»r mnn<n rian* a 

Wa .n kfrn.,». !•- iti* Run. 

."»•-- «I (tv • »7"4 M fft 

I \ ’ W" 

4 . VUL>4. 4ril447 'AMS* BAY 

I • . -i.-aia# *i-n -* I ml 

rm-ft't anl iiB-l Ip 4P.I 'It. ' ..rna 

»r»l a' ft. d'.ta Si m n'n 

r If III -Mn a -s. PI. • 1,1 ;j)3 

Hr ad B- pp |.i pm- 4 V 6 141S 

AVA11.ARLI lUWIDIAm.Y OK 
lap l Pnur inm* .ggp p* < d* 
-* ip'a* ,n Na' ! I*h' ait n. 

mai'f M, hPBi •ni •*•#, ,pri.,dad 

ifl r.i- nai’>.r •anaa 4»S 

IV ) AJII aflpr S g rr 

VpinpHN BfKGklOW IR BUR 
’irn*n •'*■ Nt*r ••nrat *•«) i,j< 

] aa*irpnrt't * .p.a,« ,p > ,i,,g 

rnnnt dt ,r-ln «a'»a# **a. tnia 

l*a. RI I"* l-nr, rft ft (•* Kid 
FS' t 

M4 MONTH RVIAII inWfT* 

"•-Hl.m du‘‘'p* *i,ita '»tn7»trr na.r- 
■■fp FlrcCi lapgr l<nln k 

Hr,,-, -tv* pd fv *.*-ir #» 

•on-t II t iinin* 

4-a r’lM ML7VTH run iT»tNo 

■ )l*l rhamoa't Air.t- * 

•■•'IT" *atai,ap>' f-.irr-t » ..-,*.f 

I't..* Va api naramrup IS 
4 •’-I- f Mavnrt tfd tV "i*. ’ 

V*WfV>PT AVI J BrnUOOM 

t, Ifif* ,* fV' n S(«,, HR B’f* 
*tr-.an ■ JOpar Vk. *Rl C»I- 
PM-- OB7)Ui. 


S\ %.\ TK.I) TO 
ROKHOU 


I'T M"UT 

•-P !•« 1 ; 

.. -I 


Md RISI.NIXS 

OrrOKTI MTIFrS 

KER& STEPHENSON 
LTD. i 

NEW 
12-5UITE 
APARTMENT 
n.*:*;; m* $30,000 

BRENTWOOD BAY 

COUNTRY STORE 

Wi'h } hfdT-i'nt .K.n* a-iar'art 
• if 'inldf ■TT'# hat «n*fci ' ,ai 
and fiih.'ipar t n-it p#u ir- .sra 
rrl»iiP'a-nr frur.irra »ff « Ob* 

a til fund)* 

Kt. ' itr • 

FOR r hTiiFi* rvpnc’MABi 
n.KA«4 i-'VTiStT ; It $’>RD 
F.V 'J4U. A u WAGNfcIL A.NY 
TIME 

RKR * «TrpH»v<rtK iJMrTED 

Kb Cmrarnrriani H 


HEJ5TERMAN & CO. 

ItJ* fl an*' ' -1 ' ' a U C 

START THE YEAR 

W ••- 1 vj -It -a • • -• «• 

r aa *' t» * - tn • r >« • --« 

-#• tiad tma r#»- a"’ an- r»,». r«a 

.*, ► A-’t'» • ; 

••■U' a . .n»t* Pa- ■ 11 at 1" n-gi0 
r '1# par »• 

r* I vs I « *' 

li#i V- Karr ► (.•♦‘.M* 

Mi (;adda« EV ITIU 


$30 000 


-1I.1’ lai* '.IP* •«* L4>n- 

.ii"..,r«ri Hal itR « «"av, 

KXrHA4,>.E 

I* •• '! - ’ II PI • IP fE*.’"'# 

. ,»» ii' »•- - t 'rtr rti .:-t 

. r ttf'ilKC- 

t,r>>Bi>' f: Tip It . '-1 TVimnat 
,' ' KV >*«. ..'i-'i XV I i tn 

tl-if-c Ha«(p If##' r-ar 

"V i V‘ • I VT4 Vfiil'f 1 TAll 


'F|>l'i.,iM • t‘<rTvn>« 

I' i»A-7M‘ s r IIW 

•Pi'inp t-aiag, IN 

' '•» ' » , vn .r; 

• K I*’.. J,., , ,, 

*» -at, ra..... 


• f piitM i-i'i, ' $16 800 

7 ,1' ■ vvti I uf ii’ II*, V,- I, ftr 

tl"'- A’1- -'.'..in' 1.. - .* ,p n# •*•■ •' 

MR 114 |•l‘• I'V ‘'Vis:.* Can 

ra* KV * *• T4 


Ot« Ha «' . >. lit •• • n, ■ »ad* 
1" > ih a hif'i •'I'l ••' 

Ai'ii a **•'#. all-,' ,*• •• i 
4 rntirp* J t>pi)i-i-ii- -p'pp' nn 

I a ; J n- r '.I ft ,a»fp • a 

riit'fr f iP-’ p Uh » ’I, ' r. 

t,-a • • 4 - II- onrp 

••a- •• ta,: ■ .-t.1,1- ail" "a-il--l»' 

ha • mp- ' I !■ a 'p , ' • i" », 

;r .;."..i"7." $21,000 

Can '•■1417 ba* -.•«* 

F\ *-«i i-i ar ' -1 ..r 


$10,950 

TWO BEDROOMS 


S1..1. 1 1 

a lll'.ll >' 


•ar «r4l 

#•"7 - "<l 


NICE GARDEN 
NICE HOUSE 

h . i I # •« hu* rn .,# nn 

• ' In ria* hat npa'i't- 

t »,-ii 7 itartim m hne# p i« 
•-T,..-r. Iitini rnnrtt *"h fUP 
I a-' ftihilir »r'»i>r r»r|>»-Pd 

■' 4* K''-'h>n a.ih hrPBir- 

fa- tpa-p Fi; t-»-.m»rl Mnd* 
» • . lU a< !• -• •/«•!"» r r.r. 

-wi; *al»r Lp* *•*.* 0''"d 

r "r, a $16,300 

II J t#v#«<An E%*ft'7T97 

tVM* IH)* 

MEAPS & WHYTE 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 
2 1 88 Ook Boy Ave. 


V " I I » S at 

4 \ < .--s' 

-I » 'ri I ' 


• : VT4 Vf.il'I l TAU 
♦ 1 1, -n a I raar 

•n • r, I* I- .- 

Is I TV 


F. N. Cabeidu 


■OAK BAY SOUTH 
IDEAL FOR COUPLE 
AUTOMATIC HEAT 


'$ia95ii 


»»i f . » 7 5 


O ARK & CO 


B"*1 Sl-rtrt ).V7;i74 l-r-iripi. -•.r-.g,, I 

'M«mnrr Mu' i-ia Ut'u* Uuttay, '« 

A . |r p . '** ■*" .l.r'r i- ,al-,pti 4 rupp * -4| , * ■ i a 

tv DAY •'.* 3 4udiru'ma mil 4 iup a n»'4.- 

. "• ‘ 

MOVE IN BEFORE '*"* <»o Ar\(\ 

^ CHRISTMAS ?rM. H-pa FvaaT.lt^Piyr 

7 ., new homes- 

T'"\ :‘Th*7 . rlr*';:r; lansdowne park • 

tann M’ 3 irdm« • .ad * r^-n- I JI3’ WGr.nB*’B*» A'* 

in i-rr y. I. Tft > «,m a'd 4'*' • ' 1 ' Oadrnnm' 3 ba-"- 


McCANDLESS REALTY 

•li, V f 4 S' •kill 

' i . a .,..1 I".. , a- ' 

Y • » ’ #• A. ■ ■■ I 

FAIRFIELD REVENUE 

' - .- r I . - -i.t #nd 


•n 1 ' 

•V I'l » • wWSlTl 7 

k- 4T 

, -.1 

»• -n t-aicar.l) 

A- a 

1 '»• 

W -sir r-c*#4f» aa 

pari 

1- ■ nan 

( . «-«ii 

f-41 1. 

PAT HH3.A TRAornii 

P -4'»* 

C ••* trs, er'-pant " 

-arf** 


DALBY & CO. 


'• a-, findt 74 \ r’nMa Crr,:#ni 
•*.- t nar Phana ))Mi 

119 l.|MTI.N(,,S WANTKn 


SELL YOUR 
REAL ESTATE 
S'^o COMMISSION 

I rg. a - - I • i4t.d naui.t »o»r’ ■ 

m-r- duii .tn *•• Piap't nf 
S)-’*raip 'll'* afailabi* ta 
ilh.r • a b tar far **. 

aiORGR RkKpkU. ttwn’lD 

l)n* FiPu* *7 NT. 14 

Pin'.* IV 4 *IM 


y-N A ly DA \/ *" •<**•'•*• *» pp-^# FV »>4X1 

UAN day GORDON head 

’ - r ". 4120 SAN ARDO 

••:..%% : 'r;.. 1 4,500 

'Pan I p.r. V. t,y4p. f.nn'nn 

$12,300 cadboro bay 

r M.:'U r.. OR 7 7 -M M AGN I F iCE NT VI E W 

T> ' m a* •*.♦,.#''» nfiifiar- f 

A le DA • ' •• • Ta **pd f'« -y 

^ f\ lx D/V T '• — ♦•■art •'«1 • ’-mf'P'al p' a’. 

• • an -'irfaf isna mar -r.i,* 

MOVE IN 

; f» «• «ra'a (iR tarya op«t, -n 

FOR XMAS ‘ •.’rinrar’: 

. a'P 'u-dr-.iff. ar«1 if»r -*'h 

T-rf.m raruirr a • ' a rrt ru- . , i 1. . ^1 »..#• Hft 

■' ' -T M'ril k - -I---. -r.-a'a'p fara#. 7>*i* r-maa 

.T-l', |t )«, • ,,, 5,, gri#ii| gitf IKPtinl 

- ':V'",.ru* $17,850 


• '.a 3 4urtiru"ma mil 4 iup a na'».- ?v •- ... 

n A.-'T.* I i-r'id" Pf n#/i :p V » 

»«a' r.f Hmau Jo» • twii r'pt -» a ir p 

$12,600 

rail M- Hipa FV 4 ail* anr’iin* •' '-'O'* 
^■pitr ii^ttrrit Pfi’* 


• • • : g i'- P»r 1*1 
Rra'-ria I . 'aiPi 
If » P4' ■•■ < 


Har'it TP. OR 7 J’-M 


in i-rr y. I. Tpr > «,m a'd •'*' • ' 1 ' Oadrnnm' I ba-"- f\ 

ar. .ad tun i«’f" ledrm jp tnnitw a la n.d fl-’-,’ » ,»rpp-' rtn 
HSk Pra' su{«,a-r far,*# ard .a'*a ••a»»mat - r-- n' » AA^ 

f-- ad 'ftrli faufar- etu ny\/\ t** ''L •'*' «a- r- N.a »•. /V\^ 

1': jlOiOUU P» ■ PiBlintiM Bar.,'.'* 

# ' *l,p1 ■ rw • .'# • ail ar •' rr an T - tP- 'Va "*«*» C^D 

U » !V ' '4 ut 't-' a rt» i.i» nniTiU 7na !*-•- rWr' 

• ► •'< KV . ky J r. -a.t * i- ,f »ar> tatu 

OWNERS '.’ad "-„.,a r.. -".•’.'"-r 

MISFORTUNE $22 500 ' . 

\a-a««-a',a ' •» imrr.r.t.atp vi'a at |11**R ?<•■* «• <nr'--'*t»a 

a »a' ' I a -4 iB mutlt tr 4 l a.ui ».a a r, u r 

t .-ya •• ..4'art r..# J nrPH* k'.fi Pf*c 1. H*Y r.r-,r*,a Is 

pasPd rtaa- tkif *n)uaaVa «i"in fnnpr’r* s'"-" 4 M'' -arin »r ' a - 


OAK BAY 
MOVE IN 
FOR XMAS 


T4i.t rr -rlpp" raru'.r a •' 
I ' ’ll k - 

f V -r- I'f {• lat * 


M.A'7l|Afr[» 


HOTEL 
32 ROOMS 


■ • ■■'*, d- • 

$21,500 


$27,500 


ijn* imu« at NT. *4 -a*4r taairatarv *p ,1 i t n-ua ni'i. ''"a# ar1 V*i • • 

P4B'.4 IV 4 *IM 4* r»'au#nl b.t* arrs . a iSvir n,’*. if.*-#, hr-t"" 4 -a- 

i>» ,1* rw rr. ai'h f.rr|,g,a aia-.ta- •'»# a< aid',.# #f»'-i a'- 

-■ - -- - - — — kt*. • rn ard mi •••#, 3 f*"* •*,n#d rarnbM a.th f • <7-''« 

*•''•’ '-11' tPinm- Maau.aM vitn T7'J '« a d n 1 C.f\C 

GENUINE REQUEST <<*'^*'» i>*auit •. S21,50C 

^ •' rtkruf *)•>, fru„ ,#rr, ,,,* il . #•* bM* #B r-gM* 

M»,» •as.'#, rUaa,* fnr krp,* fid* irrtr IPW ..n, Mi^ |- 

-. r satire .•«•• nar«*ata patmat" 14 7,:k iat e n .y ■» c Ri uc. 'if "f. 

■.'..‘•VI. *;**.«!, Jrmas.rn •’ * ''■ $9625 Ptr*.. *•> K.t M* W O . .m*r*n 

$227?^ the bc land 

.. • ptvF*ritP.'-T Ai;i?irY tm 


iB" '1' pr ai ' • I" '-It and dp"^' 

SI 7.950 

t I Ivasrman *s*« CV 3 V'M 

BOORMAN 


••- . rt , , i ru-. * I / ,Ojyj 

' • » r a,--a .r'lttraw •,. -.rat prat* 

. ‘‘f- 'tf ra-rniP.,,, 

• tn* laitn kv'Vt-*r 

tul fpr'a^ 


HAYNES 


WlUT A W-^KfiKRFi'l, CHPirr- 

MA* - vaftftpr i*iapriga4 par*aa 


4 ri tl-T-r'l- REACH M"Rf PR' -«PF.rTTV« * pn-. ■*••'#'/ wsu , , ,ra.-a'r 

SN TFS P "sS V, 7HKi >;H ' Mr Rmratl laa. IV )-41 JJ ,,^TT * h, - r ' 

JVJI I M KTIPLI UfTIRO _ 4. t 

t... , .a» r. ■aal*' »a ran.lr^ ••< I SS' '•hr'wa aM-rn- rw.i pf-’*”- 

' tia- -aar r*a k - ♦ Y‘Mf Irt'TP**'/ 1* naf-rt* Cba LOH« Hill— I Acrfl - arrt a-i'n *a.nrr 

a •#.. r #. • « r. rt #nuau\ " ’r • 1 fPi.Tn'rP rM-T t - ,„r»rt r -#raf# 1 , ^ i# n. | n- |; pi, ft aan Bi 


... a, .ms rr $9625 h. rn':.ma:m investment CO- 

•...rwi. p,rp#.'v Ai, ihf«f*na....n Cai^ V asTr-a^ a aiT* rn,r«# I Tr\ .r-ara'a bJartrr. Pi* .h# OM frut, 

if -, —ifdrn’.a Paisa -•|| r- 4-4114 •nar-m# I JQ •"., .ue.#*r.ftj trrMarm 

4»r M-i,'oh IV 1 343* 0f Ba* a-si-5^ TWF RT I AND — •bjJNp. Tmin • larui 

*•' *•*'■* i2275 a P.v'V.^^T AiiiYCT 'TT7 iti PORT rr -I r — *1*. m. 

J-baz-nmn. >«HA mri»a,n*» r»«i . *. r4.»,»p,na.i 'rrp* .uufr-uwa vr >• 

'* U"f* h**** aifir.i fh-o-M.' cAiDCici n REVENUE ' ’ ‘ 'V •'*'» 

m# a * nan*» p-jii b.nit Di*i- rAIKrlcLD »**rrr,pr- *. th# r#n*p 

fa*, fm a***r e i r\ te/s i. .. T*n Sfri »• r.- •,## u,r 7.rr*a*n*d "*■'•'* -rartn nr-tn* 

F,.' nr-# $13r750 'r'*C2 • a .* *a * s-sr^ . a-*ur P.m.-bra •••4ftmm -u.* 

• Mr Hmaall r«at IV 7.4111 • J*’*' ' • la**'* * P"'» rn.-r 4 .a.t* r,<f Or a.*.- ,r»4 •fb'.'.ta •vntnvwn and •ftaatnar | 

_ 'i# r-a.mt r.nnd But M****<iaP *nds#,ma Tii* IPM #7a' I4»n r a 

Lot.. H.ii—l'ii Acs $13,500 $i6 8oo 

** ' r7«v4M ^ ^ m -A 4 *1 1 ^ *).* ' * m i: Ri< 4 »r«1 PVi ^ *.• f«w W i -9^ 


tAf fm 


ar«l *U 


' rt.i rn 4- Y« • > . 

T •. f V 77 rtf 4 .'at I -7 


532.000 **l**'"a'k lhair P<rtrt*r7l le to a jn .*.n » uar* in, "r- m. • ► Tata* ar -a*r aa-a C*n*ri J CMMan IV 4 »*** kaWH 

r i.r ■■ ^ ’’•P' FA' V*"*! -r- !• r- •• Tn aa* "• r. kPTR'R I RAYbfl ',Tt> 


•t • V 4 . 74* 

/ M.LTtflF tTNTWe ■' P**' -- - #4 gi Va 

> Ui« Br jM tfra** IV >031 Mr»«t. 


'•'* \i-ur*'*a*'»r^ 4a 'an--«ifia t*,«-,^orr- .-a TV .*“*'• u a LJIIkAQCD 1 Tf1 Tl# F*«* •« 

VrV/T» Ud Mi Yaraa • A 'a-pt 1 .bTp-. aa.rr- Wrup.-ia# ^ ^ nUtVOtK LIU 

rR Vr"ir.a UI. CVM7U. SV3-tlll *3* VIIW n 


S 


* 



138 noi’sw FOR Baily CTofantl!!! 

Thurt^*?, D«<. II, 


IM ROt'Sn FOB RAtJE 


iM BOrRM FOR «AU5 


IM florSFs^ FOB RALK 


IM ROtTSn FOB SALE 


IM roi:res fob BAI£ 


HICKS 


ISLAND 


BYRON PRICE 


IM nOL-HIS FUR SAUS 


Daily Astrology 


REALTY LTD 


TOWN & 
COUNTRY 
HOMES LTD 


northwestern 

SECURITIES 

or YlCTOHI* LTO 
Ml TATU AT »80AD T'' MW 


UK QCAORA STTlirrr 


NORTHWESTERN 

SECURITIES 

OP TlCTOaiA tTO 
tl TATW AT ■BOAOfVI-«T« 


UK Ona«>tt Ptrvtt CV 
OOP ■udM'D t Bftf 

GORGE S7950 

m c=m(«rtAblr •null 4 

r»< Ul > M4Tm* «Al> «u a«- 
i«. f.»«i Karat* Nir* a'*# Oorte 
.aia.i ,•<! >. .••n* a.ir>!h' 

nr«< •<l*al f»r jaHraiaat t U » 

S7950 

o', > t«r- rv:->K4 airtin* 


ISLAND HOMES 


ESQUIMALT 

EXCLUSIVE 


immediate 

POSSESSION 


1923 Ouodro St. I 

•pAARtNO HO PBOAl^* 

Small Bungalow 

FOR ELDERLY COUPLE 

ravt r.w*' ' 

piar* I M'S’ •*** 

,, <n*i ■ 

a BtaUi't Ml a* 

,, a«* 0tuc><! 
itt , rt’U. PPlfB 
'* OiDiact Mart 


C'.rlHa:* Xuia* B ?>iur ta ' - 

4 !»<•«**•> •(!...= fr«:-ta..>« r 
.»,r< MB a 'H tp*-' :!?«t».a.» 

•ri a?ra u- f lit. • »*> J o**:> • 
a i «•» • AaVmMB P«U lua.> 
•a.f.titr Pt,k* M #0 *.IA '»r«u 
Pn Mr* Caf'i** oRl-nin 
Nt«)H Ot'AUKA BM'dtrn 
Puiaal.B ilira.ih f-tH •’*’ 
iMiBi roO«B ai!h Iirapia. r .a<a* 
liUhrf 1 P*«*rA6»» *»>?» :*ri 

r%mm *n »at»ri«>i OU » 

M Blit Uui4 irtca r-4^! »n>» 
ItlYW »11B Itnri Mr* Carr^« 
0KT:4'1 tiiABA lBv*»*Bifri Co 
SV i-lK* 


Kra > Mjtii aiur't Buntal** 

ai'ua'r^* on a rhatr*.y lanti*ra|i*<i 
U( On «t airt«i Blih t>u* •'i-t'H a 
,h,.> ; ... 1 |r . rva I* 

«fiT «*>> rlanotA and ha* aaiil* 
t*ni Lit B.ift tUBian »«** PP «ranA 
ina. '.la r'rn caa litciiBO «un 
wpara-* nmirn ar»a «-P«t c^rad 
rf^btata bath wid i (oad »»dMna. 
ruptioartU lalora and all am lait«. 
lifBiiBBt turovo r*)o» »«b lau^n* 
df* and iiaK bai air lurnar* 0»- 
m taraa* bKA *l<ra aiata<r apart. 
A ITKRIPIC BfT 
<Il!i.«at lorcat aal*'. e\(\ 7/LfV 


"TODAY'S BUY" "JAMES BAY" 

• $1000 DOWN 

1585 CEDARGLEN RD ^65 A MONTH 

Wa art »•» Thl* Una'* 

adorra* •* ‘"’V ,* laiim ndina U •» 

toMF'Miai •.';J a' «*'»•' ap»fii 

U r»a»t aflara VALLK P*^ ^ tulra *ai» 

Th.radt* . •y. ‘•','2 T.rr IM'I* 

0M*t b» II haa barn wlrad 


po-B* ham* o»* » ntr; 'l-aKa 

{ B.iu lJ.-aii»4 

- .1 T »>a Ulld .lltrtrlf 

,•1 *1’. n*n Ha» a t • •i? ?- » 
mint T*** •*»•’#»♦ duncit 
I and Krt» t.| t*o« trr 
I far tht laniiif Tarma ran 
irianiBd Inr TOU »n «m* ii’»» 
•Tj tha Biarin hp>«t C«n. 
Murray DuW HcUtm 


Pm* firi pua IT 
tirapta.a liata aurnan 
1 {»* aa■^r^lO<B T'r 

arranta't oo CA' 

Pu'I !•• *••• 

Cati Ban BtMrt tV 1 
ttna 

HIGH QUADRA 

Vattn' bra; 

O-O-M prat 


$8600 


t* niralT paimad 


your favor. 


aaat Ttr»t. of .iHiria. 


on ahortt'omlnR* In your monetary tteo with oihrra. , 
Bolster aavlneit. ^ 

June 21 to July 22 fCancer* Sit hark for the time 
being anH Ie» oihrr people take the pontroli. K"cui 
nn i!i‘-ka at han«l 

July 2.1 to Aiip 22 pjepaie fn in.*-liluJr le 

fnirn* anrt ra«t asirlo im|>f ilimrnls which almv >'*u 
down. 

Aiie- 21 lo .^epr. 22 ‘Viici-* - Pursue patiimed ' 
amuHemenii. de\(»uon lo ihe welfare of dear oiu-*. .■*iay 
within buundd of economv' 

Sept. 21 to Ort. 22 'Libral Proceed on a sound' 
hadU to reorcanize affair* at home or regarding par-, 
ental matters. i 

Ori. 21 to Nov. 2! iSeorpioi Pevota the day In! 
learning, self articulation, brief e.dcurslona and minor 
tian-dactlons. 

Nov. 22 to per. 21 'SaglUatiiK* (i.iin a fuller 
awareness of your current monetary &ituat|nn». Skip 
unreallAtir or ha/aidous bypath*. 

$8200 rte** h» Jan. 19 K’apricom* Set the Rfage for 
vrme a<lju'*iment* In rnnrept* and present sutioutvd 
, big* 

Jan 2d to Frh, tS • Aquariusl Know youi wif mme 
fully T'evote thoMglit i<» privnti* aff.tlri. <lon t lei >our 
trust waver 

Feh r» lo M-ilch 2d > Pure*. • Krrp riove im mono 
tary factm«; pre.dcne iK>s.*e.v»i”ns from harm; u.v tact 
with frientl*. 

Plat. nine Ahead Hood for fnieriainment, aociabi- 
hty. etc,: Pec 12. \\ 19. 21. 27. 10. 

*<T r*' -*:f'4-rd N*B» r»«* r»*i ir. i 


FEATURED 

ON CHta TV • r M 


Mill »*U»n P%’1-*1** 

CEDAA.HILL 

7tt v*w 1* -r* '.rr» 'n ln»!»'t 

*••»» •pBri'ii* ■B-> *>. *>«.b*n 

. Ul 4 ny* tK'l. B^H 

• !»*•••' "’I t'-'T* * 

iwU bt»*B *nr O-ft-W n**' 

If -iv » fd •- ' ♦*’•• l*f*' ■ 

. »t»3 lo: m aril 

n^'ora tnd d*»ilin« •«••••«■ ♦ 

SI 6,000 

f o Jtr^Bon *V1> M *nHim» 


of Your 

Down Payment 


VACANT 


SEVEN OAKS' 


$1500 Down, Soonich Rd 


Built tnd 

• •It I'lni 

,r* rtiBlir 

I MSfr. 

B*d- 

.. AT- 

... l*»«T.I.T>f 

lX.icmt NA'titO'*' 

WOOL* fl/iOtU* . Oil IIIAI ANl> 

EASILY aart un 

$12,900 

Pnrt ’ 

04r«r» B« -a l»rn*p i-nn*.i1fffd 1^.. 

aimMOfl aVJ T1K B*« »' i 


itftr* 

• IM lou* 
rvjai •> 

»!»• diBl't t. *. H'lf’ 
Ptaibrtii* nt'n > 
rnoDi* P’ '• fB» n b***!’'':’*' 
TKACTtVB K XT a * ■ 
toso ‘ 


"ROCKLAND 

RANCHER" 


\ I 4 • ' - f»r 

rf » f'-.-'m* I h*4j" *ivt 
on . .y • ■ : : ' I"^l •.••«•'* . 
n-i»* 'B bB.-Bi* ftw:' '»»*» in 

tv;'. $6950 

I^B IkO CHABTREa IV »-»*4l 

r' r\ sanhB«*’tfB a«<>ir* 

mti of Vi: lor 4 Ltd 


*ir»* 


o* ' 

TO'ir-hPf"* B". t’**’ 

•r* ••d"’* 

trt h*nd«»<rB u • t ’ ’ 

o'» b« itrikmt ti»r.».*-t 

lint of •.«*ur cftdH:* bdJoiBlf.g 
dit.ini rtom. modtl c*bin»t 
k'ffbe-i fill dt»ii««i' bt**- 
pitsi p.tnr.td toi drvtloBmrr. . 
auvwBtti* bU n**n dri«t-m 
(Brmit 9T «rp«n 

Veittf Htmt »UI bt k:«l4 W 
Vifbrrv CTftuiraiu*! to * »l 
Builtblr BOd OMirBhl* lo rmi 

Ui ut B»*l»t y«« dttri*p uit 

hotnt pit- Uik; r«u tn-1 y«J>'’ 
Itmil* Bill ipprtci*'* fw 
T»»* bt tiKir 5lf* 
R»m*inb*f--R*f*rau»» of 
p*rixin I »0'i 

•flo quail: r aporoird n*n»irur 
•inn TOU *IU t>*»* 

»t*(.r .11»T*o.»l tnr BO-. 

#,tnni(H •»»'! * »m • 


**■ ,-ltfl t in :*J 

rt«a*Bn at tOA XB la 

iftB «!• tm* Bod tbB ti>Bi*»- 

t. fMm Of *4' e#*** A 

Bia.iir bo't'* “'b 
U( lhai mu*i o* »**o '« '»• 
tijprtr •••.#* Dual BB»’» 

tituihar •»«!# a*t 


Pu.t -.1 r»-' • ' * 

er'Mir • nj't'BnHnd 

valu* •' full e’l' * 

Call Orv Tvmmiay 

V*’-e'0 


$8450 


HAULTAIN DISTRICT 

>ut & yt* oM Bod la *e«'> 
tunoiliin “ni# CnuBt coB*i> • 

* ritiB. aluj uiiUtr J '^afn:* Momr A P*' 

n<< btBt. ntrdbood floari thtoutn. 1^44 [>Md't* Si 

pu< AUactiBd 

PI $8950 

Mr Darla* XV l-kliH on 


II ViO tX'WN Oaatr arlU <«B*ldrr 
IvM’ wi.: nuf tbit 4-W -oia 

ninka-nEDHU h«n>* Aviiicuva 
)■••« LR rvix RAl»EMItNT Bits 
Bdra iMAiad rooai. Una 4'i - 
NKA mitr parabla a* *M M 
e nnd t. naUmt an *mt lain* 


MOW al 
av 4 1141 
r*lca _ 


$1500 

DOWN 


FAIRFIELD 

REALTY 


WESTERN 

, MnuCB I.TO 

111 Y'Ttd RTpyrr 

ONE WEEK ONLY 

$950 DOWN 

NEW — 3 BRS 

VHA 


$800 DOWN 


i- NYt r»owH 

C**«irn burtamw IP >YKra ol.l buUb 
mt'T oil h't ««*rr i.M'inf j n 
e f. *»f b.-nA full ‘itiwjnent, dr»»u* 
■nr-«CB Vl.na n> f'l* • *•**• l•’WYI 
V ■ .• H F. II. • KV SJOj rrt. 
LV A«;i I’. R R’ A S :iB. U4. 


WauM y*u li»a • bomt a. in 
11. BW fftt'ira*’ I nadM'oair 
U<(b 'aa« i*»mi>f 

tuera » ’•» ri*n''n 
l*admt nr.u P**'o * 

»l>*n •1*1* ttBryiMr* "• I"’* 
f>*»i ha»fmBn4 Appro* l lao 
(M fl lloar ir** Al”»*b*d 
I*r*t* Hi»h iaraiton *iin 

itrrifi* »!*• A-1 'bi* and 

B. . , nver* U..»* in uafur* 

cnr..m.* $18 500 
Pf, rd *• an.. * ‘ j; . 
Ound .*i|IA atoMt*** rU’ 
ttirr dHBii* pb'K.r U * 
•Q'-mOl fVJ-mi. ra» 
CV 1 X24* 


$6850 


l.ardraom Boa** 

IT. i purr 
Call CLARE VL 
t\ a-ltil <K UR »-$44« 


DUPLEX 

GONZALES AREA 


PHIL MMl-V A 
f*>4 KV 1 


»► » -.f thl* ham* m- 
.*• tnd pMTiBint »»r* 


OAK BAT aoCTH-ONB ISU-icTt 

••■iir* rr«r (/hao' T-tnnat |-« 

- ■ ‘^^"•a a-'r »rdf.-«in'« 4-d 

e 'viu B**'-’aaiu up iivibk ;*niu tnd 

• dir ir>( raar, bnin f!ir,.:«rr I 

• •• '♦•> . %r,i'.K'i8» 4-Pirrt ht'.hrMn mad 

It ai**-* trn rrd llUBrn •nh aarhar. 

j • jirtor I'niiftad tan* h*»a. 

d.r<rd B.ari T*i(i 4IU IIAMO ca*n M 
m <r (tir aap'-.«>mairlv M sao. 
Bt nancr V.t'nna frat* II. >s KfA 


451 DUPPLIN 


o tat urn y Bnoii f'lm- I I J W 1 I K f- 

uri.mt Min* «vv« dm 

« :.•*.)•••* 1 na.lriMiml ^ ^ 

rnr:;;!r'“?;r^r:rc WARM, CO 

ba»rin*ni •i:n drita-m i*f ' 

B(* In B iMi'idi *rat *a4 cirw*! -> iria hu*nUai 'h>* 
a.i l*f|a »‘ie app.*. THKBY HF.OHOOM 

i»r«- T »nd < ra*i*pp.a trw bom# .« lu» np 
W *r.l nr '••nr for J- ♦•rn'*d Inl iwl f»Jd»n r*' 
bruioom naet* Aai..oi puct il*uii* <{ 

$6700 

T' »■'• ir saa 

M I VtVlAM LErtiKAM. 

SVt-ft*l ar EV 


p»'-. .arr* or.jna 
Robrr'*r«r h >« «l 
!44t tn>|>ir.r 


Y' f 

er**r 

£V 4-. 


. .■» I 
1 h*lfn#Mn» 
nr«l j-.nira 
1*4 prr oia 
nn ; ’« •'fl 

dt« 

B.th l*rt«r 
P«im|n-« e 
AUB ETBP* 


SPECIAL 
$1050 Dn 


tfllF 


RURAL SETTING' 


CC'KV 4-NOm>l I AKKMEN r miM* 
(*,!• -I rtcaii'mi <antl|iion. 
Bif'if d*«f»r»'*d. la a ri't i>.ia- 
t ■»> loB '»*#» C'*4l(l '-a be ikPI 
briBftB II SCO tlid II 4<*B <ltf«n 
tnd IAS a momh at ibr full urut •>{ 
••n;, It -iiO ('ail OtuTcr <.'han *4 
IV 1-4741 rr EVJ-B41A Nnr'li« 
%*.-.i.i a> -i« VU<.|'.B Lid. 


LAKE HILL 
$500 DOWN 


CITY DUPLEX A. Martin 

LOW DOWN I Agencies Ltd. 

PAYMENT ' IPI BV WUHArn YT 

$8950- $60 Mth. FINISHED TODAY 

S2500 DOWN 


pr • 44 J7* !»aa 'bu f'.*. ■ • 

EV ' 'I'’* L'r Dnrti# lAirnuli. 

KV • UK 


JOHN BLAIR LTD 
$4500 620 VIEW 

r' EV 5-3742 


A ClltiieTMAH NAKOAIN 
bMxal.e I .li« a*»d«ii< UV. 
*. ii.p*.-! fl> Llirticu J Md* 
p u. I.4.r:..riit rruKti CK*»a K 
I'rir..* ■•himc tnd ii Bii»i<uru« 
:• rp>: n»i Hu ui'b ir-m«. 


$750 DOWN 


MOVE IN NOW 

$11,950— $2700 Dn 


Stephenson 


BUILD NHA 57500 


6 ROOMS 
1100 SO FT 


VA< AM p.dmrARinN move 
in Spatirk* . m mipn M*d> 
trn tii-r'Miin k . S M A full dar* 
• liBJi'i h.-n»r iiKhi b**rmrni OH-O-Mb'u- hrat. 
,i,pr ir* lui- nmiiitU Iti>--r«i ana Uad*rai>ad- 

1.0W Tr« •n't' nn»n n«\t«rni on (hit 

nAlJVSCt AT fu-l rirot a( ||t»Va M' Drau-. 
'mnath U>a itta* Clo*c- E3'4)*4 Rr* EVl-ivtn j K 
irji WhUtont A CO Lmitad TV 3 43AA 

til Mr Acer l«r appmni 
. . !>• aV 1. 17*4 


DOWN PAYMENT 

It !«<•* prrad rpm* rtSOn F;* e''i 

daUlU rati E J 

K*<-« EV $4103 


$400 DN 

NEW 3-BEDRM 


LOW 

DOWN 

PAYMENT 

IVIMKlHArE rocl--; -■-•i'V* 

1 839 Kings Rood 


$500 CASH 


DUPLEX 


Pbi ’<a d T«a Uraa Mif- 
aai.tiinad ualU PLUB lani* 
(•I • *<*iia in ba«a Pariicu- 
Urir Ball <*n*iruria4l and 
n<Bir>«ain«rt Par • "*•* 

laMdam oanar J | 2 650 
rhi* I* .i*rBi '••-•• “ ' 

J II PArRICK, CV 1.1741 
rr* CV J-l»41 


NHA ho«i.4 « 'B If* lion* rm 
dIniPC •t*» - *t> rla- KMrhro. lull' 
b>mi »ulo <•.( I *>■ BjiI: in *r ii 
a;.-^ p*i(iiapi> II04 inr 

»l.-’rl t»af ■•d flf Mirp rt" • 

r>if lt lorni*”an »i»n n 

r . . #■" fV l-T*«l Mr 

ibJltNK i.aRV. Ul P»* IV I-7-K 


•TOd DOWN 

4 rnnir* ti ll hB»rm*rk4 #Bd fUr* 
BB-a IkpBCt'a taraca L*tca Ink 
• I'h *oma Iruit irrrt ClOBt u 
». 'i«mU tnd •fin«P«fl*l*''li rUH 
t>r rr ah.* A4 Wd K««« EV 4-.VAA4. 
A r-***-- Airn.-ir*. EV 3-1171 
74* Rntl 81 


NEW NHA 
CEDAR HILL 
$2245 DOWN 
$13,975 


OAK BAY 

immediate 

POSSESSION 


CAPITAL CITY 
REALTY 

COPM-*RAMT EV i-1113 

OPEN HOUSE 
381 WALTER 
SAT.. 2 TO 4 30 


SAANICH 

REALTY 


IN SIDNEY VILLAGE 


fV-ar rr»-l !• 'i 


MUrr RE HOtD (M* tmart 
' iiMla tam el a 8TUCCO i 
VURaAiOW arm ad u*! 
• hiia pkiai fanra l*r|t- 
k>Uh*A l**’*lull* drrnrtird. I 
liiint rmim thd brdrtMrin 
■ *•%■• 'no Rtrialn PKtCCll 

JoR^ QUICK 55500 

call MRE C HARVEY f«r 
driailt af laa dnan pa>rnar)i 
tod VOW (Fian’hlr irrm* at 
EV •-•tai *r CV lUlM. 


M.1 Q, ,1,. f.llAl'MIHa 3-REI*PM BANriim 

mi O '“I'* iiRti.M Inr.iiw Pu«r r»*r* a'<l 

.iPitf-fr. VII luniA ANf) •'“I • P“t;- I'r-Mt'lt'l'" Ca»a '■ 
Vl« prMbPmA *'» t0P*M:irnra. Ul-m 

rrtnft’rd $6850 PHIVATY. OW%'fR 3 HOMB* H«3* 

rrtl Lo» 4r>*n n«'m»nt r<*n4.d«iad 
LAKE HllU 

4-«rtr 3 batlrnr<m b-ini 4 
tnd u«il'i» tnnm. •'•trnrd | 

(viPi ;•*• '#♦*« dBk t'lmfi 

hr«‘ f rii.trr IB L'hip. 


CLEAN 'N' SWEET 
$8500 — $2000 DN 


"I NEED A 
XMAS TREE 


CO-OP APART 

OAK B \Y 


■rt”'* » - . ..u • 

pfii evBrvrvr iMsttmArr !•• »• 

T K.-V Mm K VV •{••' • 4 I* t b*iP4ll ^ 

10 i.iiHiiMuft A 

o*\ $tnn4 

.i"*"" $95eo 

Kra Vfrtt rv »-7Ua fianin** 


I ■ »*caM 11"$' 

nralf d*'Arai*d itucra lun- 
I* 'IB rrtdr la a(l*r •armth 
tr.d fnmfari la 'ft"** *1***- 
i.-K Int 4 Xn**« *lfv af * 
«rl| lA'ttad 3-badr<K>(B hnsi* 
pirtM puV a Xma* tr*t la 
•••• alf4*ant lt*int raom 
•ni'h h%« a «ft**r» fira- 
Btar* *Pd 1*4 ift* •mat' af 

• itkrt float thrautft m» 
Jittr hfimr* *»rhiP I b*** 
a t~vi t»mrni ba*»mroi 

• h'P ha* a nil* r*i-a h*d- 

fr .. and «h* fXI-OMatr 
hra «rrp* "Id **h •'r.'" 
a«»* t am »*r» rto»* 
iha iirafh. and ••anaouM* 
l,«n t'd am pfiird ♦'>-- 
, ...I Inr M'jirk •"‘I 

I W *4 E OIA rC on*»r*Mon 


HI* MALI Ht*ACIOl.*fl Wl y i m 

M1L^*Lb KtrcHtn S red- tm»rmrpl « ' 

!» AND 4 ecE PIMHROKE r..m anl 

niROOM DRIVE-IH i.AKAf.l lai-larawd ** ih • 

rVP**Ari CLDRY TO ST'-'u'ted pa'.' ami • 
HOOL Bl'R AND RTOflE OVLl. r-r udh f*r : 'ar» lift" 
OBOE TH'iRNCICiE OR7-Yi31. i-.a *'> lall n»i* l-T a 

CITY - ' 

3 BEDROOMS 
$1250 DOWN i 
$4950 ' 

$50 MONTH V 


• la th* upr-'niuu'r •' • ft'*' 

. • . mn .■n* 'if iftr>* n.‘«. 

<• - a."*. • «3JiPmrn'» and #' a 
> *'i> nr * rvi.f-'fui UL**t’- 

- 11 ; »'r nln- a . a •!*• • .• 

iim •: *M • *,'rhv.. ,ft ut 
•rtf WA# anl irfi.c In .’.lin - 
» <• n.1i’. »•. T “ ip* 'V n 

Ar-nn L C'vvrjfTi. • e - 


BRAND NEW 

twobedroom 


M-M DOWH-FOPR ROOM® A!*0 


Nrar ReiS R’ . i 
I PafB>rn'a *k' I 
klrrand-rat R*aH< 
EV I «m nr CV 4-U'V 


Brown Bros. 

AGENCIES LIMITED 

tIU RI AHiHARO 8TRIXT 
MEMIU't’ "*1 *nlA-r*. HOARD 
MEMflfR MUL-nPl.t 
ii.'*tiNn itmrAU 

LAKE HILL 
6 ROOM FAMILY 
HOME 

CF'lrr-trp* hflutt la *pl*adid ran- 
di>..m Ywit batroirul dauhta i*r- 

• t> rtira ehirt** leiallea _ l‘* 
Ai'Pt Urr Hall ran ba aalil al 
food prita If aai rwiirre rmni 

• an bt artanird tlQ 75Q 

and pti«* a*k#d •> ' 

Mr. HlU. XV *.I7T1 R«»,. XV J-1»M 


$8950 


MR niTTHM'RN 


T-, . r .f •“ i! «- nr* t*'. hrdf'intn 

1... •> .*• i' -I •I" ft'*'"’ 

• • * a »p- * Ih* •'■'-^'•n I'’" 'ftr 
>i1v uf Ut* l" “ e.ili a*r::.‘ii’ 
«i<lt 0.l-'*-M.’.e I'M'* • » 4 

dfi*. ID t*'*'’- i»""» u 

t, i»-*fl 'h «io** u 


$9500 


e*>fi ll•jME3l l> CUIAOUU UAHil 
laid »ra urani At Jtftkm*. >fi* 
tnra- a*rnu .»« ■ I7» *,*B.»"r<i _ 

IMMCUIATEOCrUPAKCY. 

rnrfn Ufmtr. ba»rmr«il I* to*. 
buMdFrt UH 


SIDE BY-SIDE 
DUPLEX 
BRAND NEW 


A U 

t-ltrniU ilOl'HX rUR 8ALX Ull 


836 ISLAND RD 

OAK BAY 


$9850 


l>a«hr:-nm 


151 COt’NTRT HOMES 
•nd I'KOFKKTItS 


Y»ig '•an ''Air rftia'mdA dlPnrr 
in Hill hUA nrM h'-m* *"'» 

I.I1I itll.,. . Ilv ’urki .. nr'.dh"aj 

r. ' .«*•# Tliirr ' ' 

|M> .t'imn iuKhrn **tih r»«'*t * f*" 

»,-h lan"* lull M«h 

jii. m# and r-AiKhnS m /•nrn 

•■a>rvt*'ll lirrT'ta'-f W-dild n»alr an 

.Aral ««i>l» A"a''t*'l l»"'•t 

• ■ •• '!•.• Ki-'.-i-p II.-' 

.a 'in \ ••••• N. *' »"J« a> » « 

r*. I,. '* .' "#*• dnn i 


SWINERTONS 

|.'ib:uU*1 1I!»' NA/ALLACE 

• to BROI 'rUTTiV «T IV 1 *Ul jliiO .a.'-a 

IDEAL LOCATION 


THI TRCJ4D IS TO 

SALT SPRING 
ISLAND 


LANGFORD' 


SHELBOURNE STREET DICKIE & CO 

I.VrliLiV'^VT.: 'rL'"L.^hrn* 3 REALTY & INSURANCE 

n«1'.ron.« Kill •''** f'irkl_i w -t, . . ■* 

a 'n flti br«: r>r ** in rtar**# A f*rft S' XV .'3 EV 4 4.J4 

Irulf <a"«rhiiilt hnmr Ir-'-' |MUE1''*!Y. •' ' ':88lON 

ran ba arranard ff 1 * “•»-« 

Ftill wrlra ' 

C*( Pra'f* RVV«13I 
•TV V U3l 

nn-Mfh* NOTHING 


LOW. DOWN 
PAYMENT 


FAMILY HOME 


VoLiC $13 500 

Immcdiofe Possession 


t'vrpi • >" I ■ 

iMviru All Pf'-ia -;■« 
•• rnarminc !*'• 'v hom* • 'u 

'M# »'lnl »ir* ‘ •'.# r, 

t'-r ha at. , t -'-* - I'* . _ . 

. I. Ill • • -"I 


frr r*l. 

IVmhf'lk' 


"YOUR CHRISTMAS 
HOME" 


WHITTOME'S 

C**ab'Uhr1l IH* 

ALMOST 


• Si PI AH' 

OU'I • . '"*1 

.. • ■•th'l •*»• 
'Mn- 

■JAK ruxiH. 
miin-Arr 


u* 1 1 xr X « A 

ft’ow ••••" .*•*.. 

PUH'll t ’ ' I 'I ‘ ' 
HAI8HII HI At Tti 

■•*•-.■:. 

». h f.«".*«l 
r»''d : '.jkH'.i in 

af r'**!' «r I lU. •' Al 

CAH eolir. •"* 

Htar* ■' •• » ■ 


111 Rkirnm cbuxrt fhr **•»• 

nr.a ttn'u't*# 4't.rilioo*a bnmr J8 
OAK BAY ar HK4K QUAUKA 
M'ltl hi»a 3 tarhiiAhma. dao and 
dinint aoar*. "II ba4-w*irr ftrav. 
Am nn nhtiatl* If la ti*'d madl- 
imn evibn piymrai It MO. aanaia« 
l» rarmani 11*0 „ 

<3> lUtrnua pr.tprr’irt U ail dla« 

niQVifiXa 
Mr Atar. 
XV b-174] anp. 


CLOSE IN 


r.K# “n: *«rrt 

>l» irha'>l» »"np« 
nin r<l.l I'rir* ^ 
irrmt J 


rlrr- ra' .nH 

•a*rinr»d 

r»r»- A 


t *rrr» nf rh**-'* •. .t *ri pme- 
rrt» •tih BRlTTtrnX t.'wd'nnm 
nunKal*:* A iral - 

• lb fr*» hol-»a'rr n»»- pM.r-rf* 
all rl*arr<1 and riai rrul'tp r fritti 
i-rat nt all kind* 1**' :: -u—. 

B>r Mata an apb" f"rri m 

i;':™™".. s' 0,800 

n M*r * EV 4-S»7I < r XV i *iM 
J f( 41 -‘rtBr At Ct Lid 
13)t Rf ad fMirri 
EV 3-414A ar.i'ir-r 
Mrn.i)*' M.l'S'* Uiuna »'.if**0 


VENTURED 


LtfUTTha a 


3 Bdrms 


•vm*a »tll '-an 

<<P r . 


ir YOU WIRK TO aF.i 
MEET THE ABOVE 

MlfTtR p.ra*« ca ’ 
niAIK t 3T> 

Uma riav nitli* 

SAANICH f*vn»«t*l.A 
arr«« lira-* »htd* ifrra, limbrr. 

lit*. lablr r: "d*in k-rnnai kuntf 
|a* A" m*l;r Oil fun*.# nar. 
tfr A.-a dri»***T III*"***, 

atiruhl »'• R»d'i *n far d'tuB 

tair 1'. I I*'*' h» ' raCi RratU 
anod er.i'f •* 3!»» Wail «a*a* 
l-h Hd l.rai '.f 333 

RKE i)U KfE niX OEAI. IxyTORI 
V. ' r » '*♦• '*r «.A*r ii»» '■ 
f rapr'liHii. allh HIIA h'>E.r» It 

nflrs dull 4 B» arMOf'bd .’**» 
tha rlth' f'Pl nr »«'-onJ u' 'KH*. 

• t al«« ta ahl* •# itll fa.>r !.»n»a 

t/.f a miih !i.|t.*r »rif» i aU ut 
1 ,f adv.'» li.ri.a * "b. «Ji Furl 
Rftr KV 3 433J •'•*« XV 1 1**a 

A VXM3 A'.KNT U >>f UHCAT 

»» II* lo . I'M 
M kFft IH tfl 

, bimri ' . **' Enf r**w:'* “H;*** 

• a i4*iti*iTrian * r."i'pan» 1.31 
R t-tidir* <braa« KV* A ii^ - Pt a W i fd 
a-'raU'm •'t* nraa ■*« nruvr ftH 

.ar bt .a«ra 


KER & STEPHENSON 
LTD. 

Mrirfrr M.'plr Idl'int B.'**0 
•'ll n^VKRf-UtST RTRCKT 


nothing 


ni' F ta «|4F ‘ *■ 'rtiF <•* 

f*rr • F 


"I NEED AN 
XMAS TREE' 


GAINED 


TWO OAK BAY 

beauties , ,, 

* * 4f** '• 'I 

» »• I I".: «■•'''• ' 
* V ■ >'• >i-Malti ' 

a.rrl ■ W A 

. > A '06. k 

. . »>a'i ..r II 


3 Bc’-Jf""!'* 


OAK BAY SOUTH 


C.N. Montague P. R. BROWN 


WHY WORK 


lk".» aurt ahrn i . » ■ 

c'»iua» l« • n '* ’ 

p,..tbir b « •' 

n-.iiiab.a ihal luu "»**• 

li.« ihauaihii dnilar* bt 
•.iD-dlt'dini II'*** «'»» *•'»* 
• iihin i.ta-mi* l>" 

fixi B4i»*r*i U't ablnlt ' ' 
or up *n npporl lAiif •'■•> 
AiT’ n<*b rail lK)b 
BALVjH. XV » 1741 


JAMES BAY 

$1500 DOWN 


sues I* DE DUXR- 
n I,..'.** -I* 
a.-n OAIIAOK Full 
iXi'IA MlireiALF- 
l.f.i I HAillh'MM.-* 
.a I..ca •i.miiK •»' a "I' 
I'Ll -4 IrlHINli I't-lM 
Wart'K III# 'll ■ I H 
VIAMkH nrOll»'f>M 
aup't* 49 >aa ' "ft 
, BIlASO 
. *. <lh 


• a» a 

.mril 

lat/r 

a.-m 
. hr«> 
I am 
>*•• » 

' rr- 


$1200 FULL PRICE 


Oak Boy North 

add a DASH OF 
VODKA^ 


• rwnm fan'ilt hama «.'h kaih- 
m»th up and dnvii Mr* •li'nc 
(AippM plumnint HOT WATIB 
IIPATIMII Mr* fa'in* M*>."iH* 
••.••at. anil a ki' ''rn inai an* 
*nman vmild b« p'l.id la i>*n 
Sawit d.iiiiririf A .»a’ fan>>.* 

l.i.mt 0*tiar Irr.'nc ’"•'B ai >♦ 
n<u*l la'I Ih • lb*«i' hiimr F'lll 
p sr -lift •.nlf «] I 95Q 
41 la IMrWK ^ 
r «.r* *•» I >r «f la«'nn r-r*. 
rV3 4Mt IltTa EV*-*T7» 


r" $18,600 

viT;: 

JOHN GREENWOOD 

rU Hr*' t aa- 


$21 ,500 

r.* *\ 4 0*4# OAK BAY » 
GOING EAST UPLANDS AREA 


3 YEARS OLD 


VACANT 

ixious To Sell 


I*,. • r.i i*n a • 

“*• 

Oir l'M>ai*l<* d'* ' 

p a.’ir-ai:' 7 

t' I f IS •* .f*aa.*>* ■ :: 
».«*a.nrni i* |»ii«-r:f 
1} »• k lib ’ ’’ 


KING REALTY 


V >:iit 


tVl'.'* .1 r 
«• t irPut A B"' 
• ■’ ...•init dl».. • 


JUST LISTED 


THE ROYAL 
TRUST CO. 


HEISTERMAN 


Oak BAY" 


m-wlrrr «i«r| rn i • "< 

I'a'Oi ' n*rd --a'parl < 
*.j ihi* fnr 

Wl'b a ■"• I"*" 
H Hta»*n tv 
r#« rv A Al 


S5500 


EXCLUSIVE 
TUDOR STYLE 


home for 

WEDDING 

GIFT 


BEACH DRIVE 

«>p{*nfr.inl'* f'*r »A-ir 
in ihi< «pt{-i*M* k.tbtaih* "" 

a-rpa PU Uu. Lr* bUO tt'-u*' n 
•ra* Th'**' 


UNBELIEVABLE 


o*k Rar I '••*'1 b» R**'h f>r'** 
an1 t'"'!* 'rum 'K* W.1"*» Raari* 
pa>4 intr;f ♦■mdl'-nn ir'''ia and 
■".!• Mp •h'l :t-’»a A ’’I** r'h- 

, .t I ”i-itr* » • ■ .nt 

rn-ra • ft ep*ft H'T'*'* ***■' 

» .# * B.nt 

, • , .-n- « --•• b» - nn 


• ■ mtfiv 


I THCrtil 
ruithad n 

$ 1 6^800 

ITS' HARO TO 'buy 
A SEAVIEW HOME 


"SACRIFICE SALE 
OAK BAY" 


Wnrn rvrttih.ni • •• '» I" 
|A M anla t'l.l II* all*' • • 
nid rntrplfalt B'h'H'rn -• 
tiinttir* an a fail- 
d-rr .n la-at* CIO 
♦<*f N«: 


Rri'RVH 


OPPORTUNITY 


In <*•># bf <h* 
hadrmim uBf.n'*ftr'l h''m» 
M'd ia trill* *1 *•■■ 

.Ufi"*'' 'A lirUh • • la"i' 

aanird f"t «t*h •• • 

C • I . Air MamtiHtn I 

Bar* aH7-l>$>. 


T*'4 * : ft*** ‘A 
•pr*-l»»»l hh'rr • ‘ t 

K-njin Ut a.’h ■ r#B ' i '* 
. -a irarm* ■*■■ c 
n -r l*-4* «h « * 


MOPEY & JOHNSTONE 


ftrr ard d*'**hl*r •** 
It a ti^nr in 'hi* .a.c* 
■dr. mm hrma Th*T ft*'* 
n inrir (u>. HO'* I* 

I ai iha famiiT b* >•* 
f no* rr«i.># in** ■''■•t 
r 'o a »i*a.>rr ar oMm»- 
I -r CSp>« W *11 roft- 
rn.r* 'hi* •ll.h*«<"4 
rrmr*' *a*rni*iii im- 
1 «■# hum* ' »' ’ ■'* 


RRI nr,M IR 

MAI»r AW 
I.ITTI.f 3 
4 'tR ITM- !»■ 
*'i»l »l"'- 
N»t ri.' 
pin r R\T»| 
»LI*"! II. 

I VH'.Y. li'T 
T- ' ». 'I V' 
m * AT lb' 


yniaiKK A.*D DAD ha»# d»- 1»4 
1* pureba** a ftairia Itr Ih*!r *"• 
• nd dajthi*r-tB'l** Tbt» h"pb 
» find a *uMa*>* n*mr •I’h a 
, • anaii pa)«i»iM ftu< if raah -a 

>r'r«a*r« '* |Mrrha*r »iir hhfnj 

br» • '1 ,‘m«»i1af T»a ar 1 
-"<«• • b Ij 4 k4«Aia*n» *0$ 
n ' •.' • • ' bod '.>ai f irnarr 
t«r,r d*«ir» 1« Hll -an •' 

1., .1<» faw» *h 

pripD M' HRATtar** - 

r.Y 4-*T4l ' f XY J 

4rt«i*ra b*<iirluat * 


ROCKLAND AREA 
4 Bedrooms 


nu'^d K*J-' •* II* 
*r.» T •> 
V*!. ivaaaa - r n*f 
" |••w 4'jrlhrr 
Han rv MTW7 
I MMUna RmI 


• I • * • » 

• •'• ‘ < -n 

V . . r*u 'i in 
in.- r* n?r.' " 

Ar •' I tr *ri r> a 
a-r.mr M'VKt I 
Era'* 


FIVE ROOMS 


IP lUit lb* rr,* 
. pncAr- : ."'A 
[p V|. BRATMIY 
V 4 |7*l ll'bpur 
\ • trirl- r at 


Mirlba 


«. 'I at' aiaA. « and «inf..' <a atf 

fam<I» *.rr pH .'r" »'lh fT 
pa«drr r-row an *ia-B Hear •lih 
ahubtr *1*11 0»*ft •t*lr»*4 '**-li 
- (n < tr*Ad 4)r4r<4Am> and kain 
I Rull ba«rm*Bl •"b a^l 
, Rtttanabla 
'< ltir» 

Ri-'iHiT* XY 3-iiai 

•tt* XV I im 


■ OX MA'V 

' 'r PLUS 2 UP 

• . . IVt Hr'T WA 4H III Af 

,, MIOH li«TAn<»M 

ThJIP 14>T 

$8500 DRIVr fM OARAOr 

4 eu8iir.8iiios i*i "Y Tx> 


n I ivarnua tram larfe 
Irt ”• 

Pra-rd at "hlY 

tau B. » P rri' 
XV 4<;.3 


OAK RAY 4n**8 rtrrvR- 

/V^ ra^M Ouplrt aaar WlUavt X*b'‘b 
•lib tra * #• L/t«rr apartai*Dt 
ror'* ra k >*rca e>aait OU li*At. 
r7T7 TRi* prnprrtf it ui iup*rb «aadi- 
_ •«« aarr rhanr* •• »ri*lf* as 

^ ri'rnHMtl d«p.*i !• "n* pnpYlar 

R di.'rir A'- aairtll' r*wf>a 
-ifl pv a '1*33 art ’im* • Hartitaa 


WANTED 

UP-AND-DOWN 

DUPLEXES 

ciMva natn arv*m4 duptaoti 

PKn* jk. 

,>K.,E RAYUAI.L UMfTtO 

[Vi • aa 8* enatir EV l ltX 


$1000 DOWN 


Mr BiaDBia, 


$9450 


1-badraon hpua* «*n *ppr9i 
at 44*3 Varara.mi 
44 n«A diatur* "# orrjpar 
furlbr# lat'lr.jla-a and 
t>!*An. A •• vt» • ••' t 
r .1 pr.-r 413 *M • h •*' 


■au ir taarnu* 4 
im«i*» mriudtni 
nil* far n«nrr I 
paimrni* Cinar 
IB r," nrur 
P.al MMX V 
tv A «*ll ar XV l-t*** 


exi-ATYRMAV * ravreAVY 
.XalaHlaftrd 1444. 

1 rii.na'd 8t XV 1 11*' 


GOOD 

GRACIOUS 


MOVE IN 


$8500 


txivr.-'*Tr o> I : pv 

r t 1 fxi ■•■i IT i.T'' 


FAIRFIELD DUPLEX 


" CLIENTS WAITING 

If , •■« Ka a 3 aodraon Aidtr h^nb 
•• » nr m.«r a'-'*t Cr*4rw 

Hr«* *e IbAifA* • lb * 
•ai-r V P •■) • r* tab afrf J Al 

rvkJTij ■* /;r34C"i X 
•m ibtia .i* *4 Vienna U4 


SMALL FARM 


, I . paik a . • a . ■ > • 'rr 

• u,'* • *rc' "ft* in :>rf.f. 

•Jpiirr • ' '• .r.-B-air •■»- 
.lan.r 1 IBItr i — J»» /uii..«h '4 
R-,r* 114 H'th lilt baarmrm 

Oil-O Ma"r n*aiia< Caal* IJ *0* 
Ran'a'a aiti a><*.t*« ftbmr ar^ 
ru'rt natmrnia rt*a»* rail R 
Rrnnrda XV 4-17*1 ar |Y 4 4«Jt 
^f.'*ft»r«***« BararlMr* •( VMMrla 


M" h I bror '"ii* ^ "i 

la a rr • a' lind an h 

aa-n ana t. •''r *u I 

aii in ra ' »,:>R4 ahaa* 

1 miira from i.iaa 
m»aa C J 8AIMRP 

XY I ITtl ar \\ 4 M3I 


»#• 'UI e»'r 
mar a'r i "*< 
• All pflrad ''I 
Ta a'r* r"h* • 
Mr wuma r 
f*"d«r» A»# 

XV 3 


PRiVATX BALI 
r<bA* btwB*a'“* • 'b **• 
•4a4m»n' Oil-r, M*'i- fur- 

Rrt't M fM PXMvaORI'XMl 


S8600 


CANADA TRUST 


(.raa* 'a 
Haaar* 1 
EVSSaAI 



CALVERT 

HOUSE 


l&S WANTKD ro BUY 

HOI 


l&S WANTKO TO Bl'Y 


CHI «i ChariM •« m Rork acd 
Atf 

Oaftk. an VU'a B*' 

R«a4 it 

C'‘'<*A'a Bar *»a Tl'* 

l«( . »3MB 

Bnart art Quaira laaa 
Oaatar' n^arl** OiMt BV ^ 34M, 
Uof4 Tmtham CVJ iMa 

BYBOM raiCB llEAtrpRB 


Gtonford 


SELL NOW— MOVE 
MAY 1st • 


I -na»l 
ha^ioan* 
*'*' 

Ivaa* U 
fi'rak* ni; 
IM tilt 


Our ’’u^ar *aoi« a I- 

numr In Oat Ba' Hia 
a r’WB 4«an ot'maM lar nMArrr 
h"t«* Tbla H^ma "• •' »>» *• * 
kra* na tu'i' ir>a . * a A 

»ii r’»Pf4 «i h a»'4«naU( rtra’iai 
Xit-t»*n ar>4 featmonm mat *a 
«Oo4 daaian Cliaiit aill putmaaa 
nna ank laka (MMarti.im in Mai. 

Mr B K Una BV a ll)*, 
ra* BV J 


unocMT 

Wanv'l ai onra 1-BR h''Ma In 
Lanwmrii ar a'*iri<" 

tia>r<n*rtt OmQ 4o*n oaiMant.' 
Call M< Bal-'< t> BV2-«}>] araa . 
BV a-»ak) u.'kia * On Raalif, 
tn Enri Birtai 


ESOUIMALT 

Ji au i» a;M’'i«ian l»i. r"i>n<l and 

aM'"«'nrt i; >•! aiai ‘a in 2 • <1 

ain» ta.k ra -v itirnr ■’la 

r at«4a-<si ..|» lun p«'i* •! H '"a' 

Cal. Hut fall «. BV : U«> an«*>ma. 
HirKB RKALTY UM]TED 


and AppraiM-r* 
1115 K>KT STKKKT 


TO B»:i-». ym'H nr»lB YWR 
aiM dui'laa ur farm, ttat wBb iha 
aai-a •U(l ■* •«a>>(ta itandal' U4 
A a>a*>b fUerrtaia of famiina nulara 
i.>t 'Ml' >•«! iiata to aau Phona 
BVa-Jia _ 

WAAT>:ii VROIM RfSOAUrW 
«ton Maaifiaw >n I'd 4utn*‘- 


k«Y COMMCBCtAl. MiOCntTY, 


KOTILK IB HrHKRY 01 t 


WDnAarfu* •i)*i iia* an p - i ; a 
111 'tUO Alfa*’, .aia nud'. 'it '>r 
p:ra*<ifa Mai at pin duan iiai- 
mrn Kh aaafi>i TV a fiaT 

i»ai (BiVt'. AM> • St'.STil 

*J|| 'MaT* n>~l • I i*>.i . t 

*.« •irifo • ru (• » I '»►' 

>i««4r> I a ( . a* IV .n. 

y\ :**■ a>aa M' tutan-a. 

Is i:««< 


$30,000 CASH 


Bch«a0> pMiiiri %« U >r<iai«r.f. 
a Pii'. 'bat keftima na»r-»a" a* 'im 
aifTt g*i ng« nanitlni Ivr ’•■r — — * 
and (na> 1 ha*a iiantad >ktli P’ 
anil iMtihar inai <hr ■* . 

ttoai.na’ril ai aandida'M ai 'i" ■* -' 
aira"Mi> ami Im< atinni onli « 

t* '!»a4 a»» 

fl>ri<aii>r itinar ft*' - 

niOit Ann>«a H Htmlaari.in lint.: 

fvM f II 

BOYI r.S Tl> 0 ma« J r>iM>.> Hi 
MamiS ttanr' r Bnian>«an I aar 
pK K m.’ir-l .J rnama Ha* 
lii.y 4 'it.i’iM «n<ar it harra* i' 
'ft i«aa i.n' <■» at ‘III* f -'- nit 
aii>' 'a pniain (timi'ir arrink 'it ’ 
rtittr iffirr a«» haii** a* t'l' an 
BC, Ulia lav <ia* «• narrmlKi »M 
n r mA'«^ 


pI-rVATr l•AKTV WAY1S IHKO 
f(..m “iirtta ikriR (A'HNir*' at'i»a’«>4 
m i.*n/* I J •',■<•*1 l.tJta uf 
P'-ina 


(>|P on ^ir* Htiiv Ri tminin>. 

An I'Mt'r rvvolu!i.*nar> . KU- 
initiiia MAnmiiAiiklA. ka)k thp 
»*siimiiiiHi .’kiooM (inN-k iflu'lB 
vv»m ftiHl VMhinunlv \uMi i»n» 
t'ummuniti'i «l" ft"' '•Itnra* liu* 
Si-tifip fp«>Iin(r at ilip r«‘(MtrutP(l 
vouDi M-iiiwiiAoiAkiv. a iiavni 
cni’mi-cr. «" "ih Smu't 

I nn»n m vttiPn iMp (hni* 

yp»r I'lunmuniti rPk>cl!ion tn 
Vru-<h«*<l. Hp hviHi 
UiPiP oinp NPar** 

•'Timuanml'v of fInv’K rr'trit 
ni»w liviiiu N’liiivl Mu* li<m (*ur 
tain," liP tayt, "wanr to iptvnn 
l>l(iHY, NS. 'LPI' - Tho uu'.r hornclHml. p\on .»• il'p 
bmhpi of ihjw in«'M. Id’wis rniii I mat tJHi ami jmw- 

I’lHik, .'> 7 , his sun ftolton . 11 . aiitip iin|»n*“»ininpnt " 
both of NoMH K ini’P NS. - - 

amt H.»nlA Aiulitn\s I'l. of ii* 

BllJihlotl, NS,, WPfp iinov ^tcinips ^cllin^ 

1-1011 Tui'Sll.tv fi--m tlu* iry I ‘ 

vvrtti-is "f ihP Mrli-Ifhiiii PiViT I,. ILkll*ir I ntw 

in soiKbWPsipin Nm I Smi ; HI 1101 Icir liOlN 
Two oth*T nn-n. „ ijnii' s.tvuij; m'St'^iUP 

Anrlirws ami HunM tinssnn iwocont afirf fi\i-.prni 
both of N'oiih flrMiC** >\v.*m tM]| go on »alc in floilar tot< 
to s«(pi> afmt ilip I II whnh rturinc »tin (■‘hrwim,is ru*h 
An-lims* vsa« rhivinc ski'idtHj f'osirra*it*T R F- Rp '<1 an 
off the mail into thp water. nomtipd alM* that a sprrial 


rrnlKiitt and ulhi-|a liatmp tlaiaia 
aaaiAtl iM aoair ul ipf abotf dr- 
C'a.rd air bnrbf irqiurro <• arud 
inrai *n >br gncrrtianol •niintar. rut 
• hr larr'iHiii al Snlr 111 *10 Vk* 
P ten \,i!uiia B i‘ hrlni* Oir J»*» 
PaV oj jai'Marr ll'» al'»' *t>nf> 
il :a "iir EtrculMta aii. qp.'.tPgir lor 
Mill <*i»ir anuttid in* paiii»* ruix'-ra 
ilirtr s oav:ii| rrat'd >• iRr •■•■do 
ur sn.itk -nri ihru hair nui><* 

t»Arei) Iftr U» dt| dt t»rrrml>»r- 

:»ii 

MASrrp WtX-jTTOH A- I'KAKI 

»i'Vrt«nra tut ih* Farrwiora 


$24,000 CASH 


FRIDAY AT 7.30 


Orngln# ra«ti hatr (r« 

qiiaatad i> r.<rt i-i.i a-r )| ici.j 
• •* iBi«i»ti»i ai*a*a ra-: L H 
Banda B\' }-41lr B>a B4 >-a*M 

LEACH M BPARKB 
lilt Biantfitrit dlrart 


lH.fOr.l1 WAIBItrMttBT I OT IH 
Bnoal Harbor Btdnr* rsuM .• 
tn ra |...- .cirtiirr • la; an-rrpi.tr 
Ptira I* ivi Ca ! Mr Hunr 
B% « «nv ant'ipir nr t ann di 
nitrttu'r--’ If} nntatnntrni S' 

PANKl. AHf>A BPOi-iMAf T 
R'lildina ] AHA noutr. ii f t . 
t.a « <ip-.a'’’«- .Rnnir 

plan* Ai'P’Ut If >H Hbsp Call 
n R MiAdam* hrai B-'a-a 
BV »-m« 

m.A M"» - VtcmniA s' n.sf.sf 
•ra vvw Ma CRktSl* 

HaRTH RAAYICH PROPfltTIER 
rpitdoB Hnlinr Lr>l Avdna) 

CftAtlinAHRiirM KOAh M'M.V 
arr.ir«.i| lOV KV?***' 


Chcsli-rJicld nnd DaM'no 

Siitlcs 

.New ('hroiiip 
IfpilrtHmi Suites — K iixr 


HI LO TRAILER 
SALES LTD. 

IS GIVING 
AWAY' A HOME 
SITE AS A 
FREE-YES 
FREE -XMAS 
BONUS 


Three Droun 
In (!;ir IMunsc 


HIM L i'lSsIPI « TtOS >IHM> 

IIMI I Mt 

tilll ( ar)aOu.">u «> • sualS 

t.atr Huatr HH«« Sadrn Etaui- 

mall R 1 Ilia I ::-a-H-aa 
IMIO SIMO.HA p a>ti I naiard 

., foi.uiu aim aomrttrtl in inr v.tti.t na till TIMS' 

,., a.,r.l !ai 'hr ilW.r pt-T.- SMIlll HI 111! TIMS 

• r<i* IH p w> *a«;- pvmir si-IKK . i.r-rh« a-van lo 

l|i.i.|«i.! tiinr ilir | lu'int Hi Ihr p.i »i m 

7Hi’f*dn*> Jaiitiarj H ll'-il HtPiM. Jh.'liri Nn a' I'liairPa- 'll.' 

(,.• .|.n< .ii<4> .UM« and .■•iilr' ma mia ul <hr Mai.n • t'“ Sr i*a i. 

p. -r.|u -m .iiat M- uD’A-pao bl *> ihr lnllii*i|ti pt'V ii< .'a' lUii In 

■ '# r.ii.'iar'ii't anil linin U C I Arh«.i Nn 4' l-na " 

.. H..- . 1 . h.iu II IVE a< -h* ipr Put’i.r «l R'.'i.h Cu-i»"n • •" 

a .irputi' lit 1100 H P« V* MaiUMlal iha thit irai h -l*. <>' Harr •• 
|ir-r rr Cul '-iMiiir lltl’ hri Il'.a ltr«*rr»i \hr hn.- ■•- • H 

II .i-qjir.- iu; »arH *r' nf • •• «|. < a .mi f n- R'a-»1a|.1 ’ 

<•..1 .'.II .i nm*- T>i . .lapi-..; •.,- 'Sr p,i p.i.r nt ri*»' "* A.h-"' 

ri I I 'i«M»'a iiio. anA ' I .1 •••» t' •• "1 

. (.11 ai r I «• ifiliiMl i* <»>»d Al n pn" 1 1 V-i *4 CMWifhan 
>• oi. ..I fiain'r -nr laui'ranlH Aajr Rao.'a Arhnn' 

.--.Il' ' ar- as 4'.' Hi • fVt ti-V 

» ■ ' .par t rt - 111 . «... ha on r-tit r H- fniinrt H ih Rrhoat 
I .. n. iir. (ti'iaii^ai Ki Van* Ri'-iinc 
«' S.i.ain.t or' I V*i< r/t«'inan A'l-oa Srhnut 

«.|.t V't’".'* R'lnrn Olfiart riri.i’s Arnin' 

I’ 'ha ai'-'ia.. Oa.n* Kni.'.an Ar"n.'l 

arp >ri. II- T.i- Or 4iinn.i>’*ri nn M'.' Rt' Arh>a. 

•|| • It pir l.n ai'.i nt a«rt>"l- Rt.-'I ft.-1'w) 

rn nt • .atii'-r pafitn- •.! 'Sa An««-<i(|M i.akr flripaniar* Bi-ivi' 

-,i.' ii' ttwMM aa rai-rd far ta Aaswi Rmid Ot'-* l)vrr>r (ir 

ii.|.iri I'rM-n.rn'. f.rtt q..a.ifir(l i*'ri i. fiairr* a 

n» .laa ' fti ant 'rnnrr Do* oaraa- H iitrA lo -akr r.-n •• «l ihii a aa-;rin 

a-d 'i> (ntatn himta r arranlltia > 
Ottai, itinai ftn^hatpi a' f>ur'»n 
BC. 'hit Itl itat a* rMaamSar ]»M 
O r |■>YA<^^ 
RrigrniliC Ollirtr. 


SMALL HOMES 
WANTED 


WaI. IVsk, t'lli'sis, Ptpss.-.B 

Ati'l O'l AsHHlivl M mlpl 

R.i'lios, Vd'-imm I’lrdMCih Kl--**, 
M'M'I- H''tl OUlC' snVilll RPpll* 
iin'i-s. I’l'fii-i'. h.nrl amt ik'C. 
Tilblrs 

Jl" T\ Sci. 1!»:»7 Model 
Conih. nice. Kant;r. New 
.%p«rl. l-.lis'. MMit t<as Uan4;rB 
riano 

I hlllA. t.lBssU;irP Blld 
Rrli n Rrar. 

(tl)rn ttrlllv Mil*! 1 vp(»i tl >fl. 

KlIrSlIAMS .\urfiimrcM 


k'- :uiin«> taggir.d nt * .# of 

atnail .'rma» p an- .»ia'.»* I 
apaaia'Ua in iirotM-r'ira hr'aras 
l« HA an' It 'inr atiO aiu.il aa 
ipni- nappt ■/> rail on }•>« 'o <ita 
(iitt 'ha iroatihia tala la' ir of >'iit 
ftrin* ’-r oruiai't ani 

o« laa-inn uiiaiMiriai •• r.^ Y' >r 
nr.i.nr lail a|ll Dr apprttia'td 
Ptraaa att fnr tMinaid l trim, . 
Dnutlaa Kaaaat •% Cn . IITA fnrt 
B’ BV 4 :i2< tat BV t 


I.W f*ROI*KRTY W .ANTKO 


tn tir.t npf 'hint rath 'Irntr Pi»- 
rha-rt 't a HkSRUtf KKtH 
IfTY! 4 tnoEHa hnair • a RfX 
tMPBHIAL m-rtlla nnmr I I. 
nr I 0..lin4<nt Mil* '.-Pianr-' 
p.i a tanr' t t'nm in inn -o 
M Int Inra'ad a faa mtO i'** 
(C’lm n't hat aa'a* and iKt)' 
a*ai a-> ape rrn a-a'a., Jtn |ra.n 
a.r and main pa*ra ..tad faiy 
do-apra or arhn«i and ainraa 


WANTED 
20 ACRES 


HOMES NEEDED 

For people who will wont 
to move «n o^tcr Jon I, 
1959 — Don't move be* 
fore Xmos Hove o hoppv 
hohdoy. then get reodv 
to move L'St now for 
o c t • o n C Mollett, 
£V 2-2157 onvfime 
WESTERN HOMES LTD. 


B'AStKU > SMALL Avi'LAiir. 

I ..,41 m NHA «1 "atari (’’via na 

aai't C'-wrv’i.di C*.- LM , f'V^MlE 


BRENTWOOD 


iM.y tour ?sT. 


^■^llnlshllll.•'l I'vii* hnsi'rt for 
.IS" ni SilM «•?• I HT 1 ,|J-'.ITlpnt. 
AppiiM'dU m.t'lp for aN puts 


|.y« At KKAtiK FOR SAKK 
AM» WANTKU 


larta |O 0 ‘ |M rll* ailar IMIM 
t: VM « ta-PDi and na-n. J a-ia 
T»on« 

a nadra rann ar II in# flnan, 

Kiia 

arm I Mtimi and ba'h tr'i>' 
I'-Q 'Xlii-a r-i-i.a'.rd fran aV 
III HD 

3 haarm k'lnaainu nn t t *a saaa. 
mri.' I -1 '•CD fa.r 'a'-n. 
tar. a .»« naar fJi.mma lai«. 
|a<) «»r a-ia 

BREvTW(*nf» fROPmnEB 
r<mna Xmun^ 113 


i n JINStBON 
Brr-ir'#:/ 
H Lrun Bl , 


LANSDOWNE SLOPE 
LANSDOWNE PARK 


I ACRfcia )ia KBOsiA»ir rtw 

flirt Aaani. n Hnad .Vi 


CA'il ri.ll.- : '• V. (y • t t* I si; 

THU* f, •*■ -M4 l\ 

>• I' u \P1*T lal, i )l-'V \ * I . I 

e«K' ‘ “' ■*« 4'Jitt4. tiU-i aLiLia 

M *. V* < • =-TV Mni^vTI'VG 
8f I :'ii. 1A1 1. MF ^ M 

Sl.t'. k t II (; fv 4 ii .s. 

t •• AS* lAl. S* H\ KV LIMI1 Kb. 


IM FAKYIS l*UU SA 1 *£ 
•nd MANTKI) 


Executive. Not in Hurry 

lA'an'i 4 'b.| aim *..1 |.r • <r 

p. i*»i ma*t' .1 "r. I It I (a. 

4ilr a .p! .1 I • . • 1 ' 

(Mr ft- : I- 1 

>t ‘a p- .1)1 a .uod Il» '•»' * -*i 

la ' ill I . 1 .. 

Vandtar dfiia BV I *413 m h-«na 

r.v *• : 


NHA 
Treed Lot 


DO YOU WANT 
A FARM> 

Hara y»u a -I'luta - a.J-i '«r ina 
Ijnsn Ba»..crnl' Wr «tl-rt 4 i- 
brdrnam h*' f "n • a.'rna a *4) 
rhir«*n ho r aM a.i- Tham 
art 14 f I" 'rara *- .h aamr 

ir;. .T- s 10,750 

Ca.i A>a MarUar. «, t\ i-iatJ 
d* air. rv 1 1141 


OM Y osB itrr tR cEfcrrw 
tOM fARR OPR CONTRACT 
PAYf fUM Alt. I BOAL COBTB 

P14NA APPUCATinv SCBVrV 

WArBH MCTtR n ’ VfRT ANP 

LASDiar A"is<- MOMfSI Hftwn 

t nsrni'’rrti' hv RFifvi'UfR 

ms* I RtimOR * c V » M A I 
pi as* Tn ctHV'RE n«nu 
MrA5B CALL M'lAAim BLAKF 

f\ ia:"' pri rv ? «*i» 


fBA'RH nwror. 7»l t*anrt.*a A-t 


A (an.iiiia raqur*' lor a hncna inr 
RinihBU cot'Pi.r AH ' A-it 
UD '1 ttvHA 3 nKPi'iMvt* tr 

nrt -la asirfli ipg .cf» r .id 

■ lair and nil O Vtal - bra . .1 
Nrt' ina '••(a a and*-- 
IMintI I»AK BAY Winn -t P»'« 
ar*a pi*a» 1 .*tn rrqgirrd *..f 

a (Flrtfi»na Ph -na Mm <A«-r i 
•t'ir« BV 1 k4t3 0 * h'"n» r%' v--'H7 


rRAAKR niMiiB THfANDORA 


MOREY & JOHNSTONE 


BERRY FARM 
$9500 

Taxes S 96 


ALL 4 lots 
FOR $2150 

r» . rf :»,a -t 4 . a pia-'i ra 
U= i ri r 'I ' -4'ty.'- 

rv A 'iW PiaatapH 

Ja. ■ Fr' n a.v 4 '-i 

RYRiiS PHM r. RFiAl.Ti'h* 


A A rnrim siBaa..-* n*4<'’ • 

«■ rat nr ra. rl.ani itn- rhu i* .n 
dnria'ini b.i .nr*a ann *on« r 

!»’ » ’if aJ nr I ri - 1 nr i.rt- 1 . rn a . ^ a 

mail.tdr « rrd Yn- i.ia .an r i.a 
rhi tan. -on |rwtia.< m tn a*ra rt( 
t-aaiil’t 'iirra.m* alii .« *- *• 

hicnii irrnnmrnu '!• ■ '•» ' •' 

ihu :ii« pt)ir F»rr • pil 'riaia 

ra.i Af« y*iU ai fV 1 fli' m* 
fV t V'.U H*in foaiair 1 1 - 


fraacr Bta. st 7H fanAora Ait 


arntMvvA! Bi'snA. 
.nanl i-i nr*' ' “ •' 
nr fal't.ald AiMn- it 
Hd a*r"’» V'-'D-a 


WE WANT 
YOUR FARM 


IT'S SMART 
TO GO MODERN 

UKgy'HT 


1 liiart ti'S J» 'f •’ *' • 

Hair a..ir-i «*'>'.-( iiitti. nat>i 
larn't |>.Mii'*t aid imri' la'ini and 
laa a rr»,r ai'liai •.ri'si* r-f 
ani«|r.) fii.r taiai rtu'iuc ItVA t a*t 
barn If-."- ''AnM «a'. 

fiij" fia-.i I*'. .• Pamti >a 

A»a BV ' hV 1 Mil Aira 

Ma.La«n fV 


Il :T/ IH-THirT 


S' in I* rm* t . t i*-A 
r. r V V 'ii: 

rtAAsnAi. A' RVKV i.iMfirn 


MY CLIENT 


A ra'iian rra a fa.-nar |a. 

rirafl m 'ha • •r tn-* • • 
rn* a li'Vf'a "n a ‘in) ' a - 
*11 -anla ft* «r-ia|ii| iv ' a 

rtai Cal *"• '•'*a r- 

|ta- .nf*ai a 1 '"' Mi.' * 
-n r% A-A14I « r* 5 

H.'r-’iaai-atfl B^ tit'"'t nf 
lnfi« t''1 

SELL FOR CASH 

fARva* a**!' ''"fr tf' 

AAVTTP 
All ditirt.'* W' • 

Ar.ia rb' r 1' 

Aiat fat* *v * n»l n» »Y 1 
NQrlltsr.'.rrri »n>niiiat *1 V'- 
l.td 4)1 Va'i. A- 


Brorrniaii' A » • ' • "•« 

u« a I"a fno '•> 

1 HBHVHA OlVI Ni'TIca n- . |n- 
Iri- mi tl Iht "1 -'f uot - S', 

am ii ii'iin'h f’«" ■ ii.r : • 

linn harm! in l"'a . ' r ‘ ' 

l>a Broai ii'ai.- *•■»>■■*'»••• a r*-'!- 
aiitnal Cri'Pi'*'* «' l'“ia ra .ia Tl' • 
III '.Ir'i 9 f »■•''. rar'i'-.a',a 

Ar.V PB»UH>s a m« • • • 

M«n aim rafaiapra i.i i ' ' "i C»>U- 

!ii B-a «f iria '. i»" '» "-n 1 - 

iduni't-a * 1 '' 'la ..'dara.tntfl 
ntTTfi •■ ' da rt’ N'-act'-ar 

IkAI ai tA'irt Rr«t."T O'fii*. 

Vir-rna B ' 

J *. p.rARTHt R»c - a. 

V 1 ■ I a"'* P'*' 


It's a promise of pure pUtnurt to come! 

Sniff that fresh coffee aroma . . . spoon a little 
into your cup, pour on the boiling water and-.prtito! 
The houque^of a moment before is now a cupful 
of marvellous, full-bodied flavor! 

No wonder it's made such a hit! The first Instant 
Coflee to capture (h« natural aroma of coffee^ 
the first to produce the natural flavor of the full bloom 
of coffee! Look for the Instant Chase 8t Sanborn jar 
marked "Natural Coffee Aroma"— and start 
giving your family a flavor-break! 


Ainios »4i» M* fB»*wv im-* 
Hilt* AT I rriK 4 AMPBIIt t 4h» 

•p;»,a • . » ,i"-ia • ■ ■ « r a 


Osftde 


kCovmrvr 


OVlStiSfMttl »S *»0I ^uBl'S“!P oa P'SaiEvtO Bt Int 
COhIBOl eC»*D0B It iHl 60VE»SUIM(H BSiTlSHCOlUMBia 



W4k 4 (• M 


ffR^OM lONOON, INOUND 

^v«y>itfrrw« v»«ou> tOTui 4im ; 


Tor onto I Tins Charged 


kiln <Kolirat0t. Vtcmi* 
ThurWay, Dtc. II. IVSI 


Ao One Denied Help Today 


«nd of Ihe Graniio Club’* board of ronio Slock K»>'hanco mui 

uitt dim-ior*. said Mr. Tncar la ‘There aif no mfml^ts 

Uhl iuai a rabble rouser." presrnl because none has 

lock ‘Tliere U noihlng In our applied, 

dia <finsiilution ihai prevents a Col K N Ovens secniary 

p<*i'*on froni b»*cominR a Oran of the |{ii\al Canadian Y.icbl 

fnaii member becau'-e of Club said 'The members have 

rai-e. creed or color he said. ripht to deude on mem* 


A s tokesmnn foj the To t'crshi 


1 . Fbim-r’ • ‘‘h Muik n'prcKiMiis about trfi 

Ji u> ..-It id the rouphi) JOnuiO 

' lMi>*diMC animals i>n Suedlsh 

1 he irfrnoti to fur fiums. 


Chesf. pcunis nut that the 
Roval Jubilee 

relehrailng its (‘rntriinial this 
jeai wa one of the ^lr^t lii 
n|ien It.- d^nH'fc to iielp meet 
ihr problems of the lime*. 

I.R 1 -J 4 T ,AI»VAN( KS 

Tiulv this has been a ren- 
lurv to I elebraie ' said Mr (dl- 
moie "A cenlurv of great 
|Prrinomic and actenllfic ad’ 

I vancemeni. 

' "Rut in hand with ttiat. ue 
have wen the rievelopmeni of 
a glowing social con«cirn«e 
mat liAs taken the irons from 
the legs of our insane, has re 
halilliialed the halt and the 
blind fias given a helping hatid 
for pnsoiiiTs. has given ci“<l 
, I anre to the irnuhlod, and has 
striven for a guaiantee of 
equal opimrtunKy to all chil- 
dren ■' 


Ragge<l little children with 
pinched, wan face^. pregnant 
women, old people and the 
chained insane all living m 
gether In filth and ne.tr 
starvation. 

But auch people aif sub- 
human. anyway, and unworthy 
of anything more than a leaky 
roof, dirty straw and thin 
f I uel. 

Tliat was the picture of 
workhouse '‘charily ' drawn 100 
years ago by Charles Dickens, 

Speaking through Oliver Tw-ist 
he told of the inhumamiy of 
the limes not )ust in Kng 
land, hut ai.sn in Canada and 
the United Slates. 

TODAVS I’UTI KK 

And the picture today the 
lOOih birthday of voluniar> fn*ier home nr adopiinn hitme 
family srrvuT agen« les in or a smalH hildren'* Institution 
North Ainerira' affording to hi.s Individual 

“Radically and happily dif t'^'% 
ferenf ■■ say* Mrs IJsa Bishop, not OM.Y POOR 
a case worker and counsellor Btshop also points out 

at VlelorU’s Family and t btl- pp^ple who.eome for ser 
dien’s Service, a (‘ommunily yj,.,., jire no longer ne»cs.«arily 
Chest agency, now In its Mrd the poor, 

year of operation. * I->eopie In all walks of life 

‘Today ‘ she said, “there arc finding that the skilled ai 
are tliU pregnant women, old lenlion of social workers lo 
pe»)ple. the mentally aick and iheir problems brings results 
little children who nerd help she said. 

from the mmmunlly Thu* the well paid business 

“Rut what * change' man with a marital problem. 

••Ti'a not Just that we nelieve as welt as ‘he struigUng young 


SAYS- ^ 

We have a policy wimh can«'cU 
your irtorigage in event of vour 
deaih With this pl:»n. which is 
available at very |o\s cnvi vou can 
guaraniee to Ir.ive vour h'vne fiee 
and clear of debt in the ew-ni of 
your early death 
For Information 
Office Today — Phone KV.Mi;i8 
jilve Firm* Like Our Mn«lein 
Croup Plans 


,4 Of#/, Sick 
And Insane 
Looked A Iter 


MK*-inc sin»c ^^fiiiday. 
IB.veai nld Ki'noetli Willi.un 
knight, an I'nk H*i> Ihgh 
S<hr»fil Biudcni. Urjne 
sought by hi*. rtn\i.»o»- par 
cnif-, .Mr and .M - C K 
■Kntghi .'no Irvi'u; R--.nl 
The tmv Is live |cf" C in 
dies tail er-t • - hfi»w h halt 
and e.i's 

■•mmii rn p p m>< hi: 


S/^/3S9^ 
n(i60ffKt‘tBmoo. vrwHO 
IS, C.UU. Sreoett M«K«tw 

«« > 0 r lONft MDO . VICTOtl* 


I4lr* • lUa ■ oraaira 
t hrlaistaa If'* 


not pwbfijked Of i/»»p/oyed by the 
by lh» Covernmen# of Britiib Cofvitnbio 


TELMAC 


Thff od*eHivemenf ii 
Lquof Control Board or 


Saturday 
Training 
Stepped Up 


aoldiers. It waa announced 
here. 

R T. Du Moulin. commanOer 
of 24 Militia Group In Van- 
couver. said. "The program is 
working out well in Victoria 
and Alberta and we know It 
will work on the BC. main- 
land.' 


doni in 


ROB YOUR 
LimE ONES 
OF NEEDED 

REST 


loung lories 
Meet Friday 


JIFFY is such a downright dclirioiw 
chocolate drink, chddren want it all 
the time! To make it easier for your 
children to enjoy difly often, we re 
making thi» special offer. What a 
welcome optx^rtunity for rrrryoor to 
get acquainted with JifTy's 
famous chocolate milk- 
shake flavor — and save 
money too! Jiffy mixes 
instantly in cold or hot 
milk.. .so easily the young- 
sters can make it them- 
selvea! Stock up on Jiffy 
right away! 


MONTRKAL, Dec. 111b — Kinduig the right 
Christmas gift . . . raa often be an exhausting 
espmence. For my l«cn-age nephews sod 
nieces. I've solved the ciroMem by giving gay, 
bolly-decorated BANK OF MONTREAL Christ* 
^HjBr mas UtR Cheques or Money Orders in their 
brightly coloured folders and envelopes. For the 
smaller fry. the present with a future is a 
pofM Savings Acrounl Passbook. In a Yuletide cover with a lur# 
deposit inside. I like this gift best of all. because It helps start 
youngsters on the road to IhriR and self-reliance at ' My Bank' . 
Why not visa your B of M today . . see if you don't shorten yovtr 
gift list. 

A TREAT FOR YOUR FELINE BEAUTYI She'll cherish, honour 
and even obey you when you give h*r 
the food ell cals and kiHens Ime , OH. ( 

RAl.lJUmS CHAMPION MHOI-F FISH t M 
FOOD 


This is the new bal.smed formula that 

will make a real brauiy of her . 

the highquahty proteins found oolv »n whole 

(ish ... and has Vitamm fli added And 

because all eats love fish, she II be sure m 

eat all she needs for a sleek ro.si and playful 

high spirits Pamper your cal or kittpo with the new Dr. Ballard s 

Cat Food . . . It's beilrr than eirf , 

DOINO A LOT OF COOKING for cold weather appetiies' 1 know 
lust the cooking help to make everything 
t.i'le extra good ^oull find BLUE ROWFT • 
i MAItr.AKINE makes all the difference m 

_ C- •• ymir haking- adds esira good taste lo muffins. 

pa^tnes, pies and cakes And of course it i 
delirious as a spread for bread and a lopping 
on vegetables and meals That ■ ^lecause il 
is now, and alwa>* has been, an all-vegetable 
tn.irgarme with essential viiamias and min- 
erals added Try it loday'-you'll »grt« that 
Blue Bonnet is a busy cook's best friend' 

I'M! ALWAYS NOTICED that foods that look good seem to taste 

better. \ou couldn't find a better example of 

this tael than MINUTE RICE, ft's a delight /’Vfiv - , 

to serve . . . ■ Ireat In the eye and wonderful r / 

eating . . each separate kernel la to plump. 

fluffy end tender’ Minute Rice Is a treat lime- A-^ ^■0^4 

aaver, too . . , it's read> cooked From nark- jT^ PBpf-’ 

age to plain in five minutes' Serve Mimile V 

Rice as a vegetable. II goes sriih any meal you j 

can name . . . chieken . . . chops . . . steak 

. . . fish . . . hamburg. Add thu convenient 

Minute Rice lo yottr aoup*. too. for estra Ravor and nourishment. 

Kn other rlc« so easy, so good' Treat your family to delicious 

M<nute Rice . . . today' 

YOU ASKIO FDR IT AGAIN ... the exciting Magic Fruit Cake 
^ made with BORDENS EAGLE BRAND 

i, r. . Sw e etened C o ssden ae d Milk. Takes 15 minutes 
J'* , to make; keepa fresh for weeks, easy to mail 
j/ — ar4l a )ey to taste' H i really Magic aa 

maam you II se« Magic Frvit Caka 

l*i‘ I I J rwH ■Sae* aM*» — M'S '!• *• •••* 

r^ia j, iviMi«« t r»ii* n»»»< 4w****«e4 roM*»«a uux i 

ns- Ml**- H •«» fVwr-w •«« »*xukt a*«« a •••• 
«j WT«d »— I 1 •* ManMi t a iiso M -<>^ «m 

ta T“— » MMt *04 Ra«w ar**4 MUX «a4 *fl XW*4 »*il tin Ow tak<M 
•nla aM Bii **4 r«a*- ••• i4*re*»» Uiwilf *a ••ai Irai*. 

ZZ SZ Taa O-M 73 l«K I. firw -»tara •-* Mr «a«l 
rw fcia • t « I I larS Iiwi e*" -fcifS 

kM*T Wot* raw Bad sr u td •f«w a*Xt la *«4inia a»*a m *h- 


It contAins 


Take advantage of 
these offers! Get Jiffy 
for your family now! 


WINTER FUFFIIS NEED THE ESST OF FOOD to make up for 
Ibe Iraah-air fruking Ihey miss. When our 
dog waa a pup, loo liny to go out in coM -I*-*! ^ 
weather, he thrived on DR BALLARD'S ^ e / 
CHAMPION DOG FtK>D ... the vetermary '.o fM* 
diet that contains all the nutnenla a dog MBMI 

needs. Comes la three flavours 


- - CYi^V^n. I ^ WSi 

Liver or Regular >-all of them faiounies with r. ^ 

C P» and dogs of all breeds Dr. Ballard s * 

% convtant uniformity and quality in every 
tin — whh balanced nourishment that encourages a ahiny eoat. 
bright eyes and bounding good health. Give your pup ar deg Um 
benem of Dr Ballard's Deg Pood. too. won't you* 


V 2 -lb. size 





SHOPPING DAYS LKFT 


# Shop Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m 

# Dial £V 5-1311 for Fast Service. 


\ From the Bay’s 
TOYVILLE 
^ 4th Floor 


Treat lliat “Sweet Tooth** 
Smiles n* Chuckles Chocolates- 
Exclusive to The BAY 


^ All perfect gifts 
for active boys 
and girls. 




A Child's Best Friend is 
His “Trike** 


Kor Chrisima* gifts or festive season family 
treats Delicious top quality assortment ui> 
rhulmg an-eams. nutmeals, caramels, hard 
centres, nougats and tellies. Attracively 
|MChag«*d in colorful gift boxes. 


TtUi aifun hai •!! Ut* tin* WiurM 
■ tnlMl lot lun titd lotic liif }■ ' 

loi'g Si(. h««>r rubber torioa 

brsrins»i. and non*iip *(aannf tm 
Haiut*| Xardvood box and 

baaty unoai -eaniada conatrucuba. 

Sparul. tath 11/ 

AiM> M ' «Mon. Y ax 


Suiprub raur cniid ibu rhMaima* viib 
aiurdi n ' trtcyclr Bri(h( rrd. naa 
• auaa (ubuibt «i«al «itA cnr«mc 
bar. and lord tubbat laat 
*|M>aa« and baavY rsbbtt tiraa 1W' 
Spatial 10 


riatb an'l 
ca.baat Bcatiia. 
raalltr Sltl U(2* 
M-aa bat OO 


.Val RawM Hitad Hall 

m>>ad nuik i(Kiud>ti| 

aimoflda and paanuu 
bos Spaeial, 


Cbrutwa. Ml«-^r*a to (uatu ot u-c at 
ai'Kacii* (mart Tba.a many iuvaiad ai<« 
abapait hard eandlaa piorlda a cotoMol 
and tatty Cbrutoiaa **aai 

SpraUJ. lb t> * 


nuMaa from Bur oida aalactioo of botrd 
etvair<ila<a» your ChrialRiai sUV or family 
irati f«H iha faallaa saa»on Wa carry 
m>«i Ilf Iha varlatiat of FaKous Kama 
brand rhorolatat tueb at Rowniraa* . 
Uou • NailMoa. Cadbury t. Ounean • and 
oihart 


f'hrittmaa Candy Taiiaa— For CBrttimai 
p.ftloa and tratu ar f*ir Cbrii'aia* 
dacntaltona «ay lad and whiia alltpad. 
papparmtnt flavorad candy eanct 

Hr( be eanat dparial 19 far X^o 

R.| i 0 ( can** spatial. M for x:ia 


Lir**ac.r a**o4 start Raob II dirr*’*ht 
rn .1 of ;ll•aa*aT* pneb*^ >o an aMiaci'ta 
|iu bot AB tdaol Chriaimac «iM 'or 
tba yduntar **t 

l*rb 


HI BAV rOMPANY. randies, main 


Imported Stemware for Holiday Entertaining 

V . or Giving 


For Little “Mothers 


For the Stroller Set 


Th>* lotaly doll pram li mada of hna 
•aut* *i**l •Kb collapaibla ttnyi ' 
a tubbti-tirad •h**l* lour >' 
piaiod rantlrr* and hub rap*, and 
rne apron. Maaturaa appioi a** 

II sll’. Spatial, aa.b «) 


Aloaya a (avoma- Faoiucint aollap*ibta 
bravy ftaanrooik cer.cod aith (at plaid 
canvaa aaiarui and alurdlly altatbad 

{ >u*b tail An iDaiprnciya day to pra.aiva 
aiih in Santa OhS 

■ pactal. aocb 


Ptary child aa *ooo a* ha bafina to vaik 
should bara a atddia car to iota aad play 
•Kb Tbasa faaiuta rubbar-ilrad •haau, 
flat frame and (ood-siaad flat aaai Rad 
• ub biiM trim. O.SO 

ffpaalaJ, aaab O 


Gracofiil slemware in Pinetree and 
Rosecut, patlerrus — lovely to have — 
inexpensive to give. Ckiblets, sher- 
bets. winw, cocktails, tumblers, old* 
fashioneds, liqueurs. Special. 6 for 
1.29. 


HI OSON’S BAY COMPANY. glfu»w*re. »rd 


Toddler Size Tricycle 

A r«ol buy for (b« amtilor ebiM of up to 
I yaari Tubular frama adjuauMa *a«i 
rubbar-iirrd brarinc «haal» AMP 

■nwturta Id'. dpatlak aaab */ 


THE GIFTS MEN PREFER MOST 


Tm •■inna tcalrd ta tha >" «i| 
lody II yU'ilO al •itta ipaiK.iiid 
doubt* dita plain baarini •n**ia 
i " lalid mald*d rubber Qb* 

apaalal O 


Tour youbdiwra •HI foal |uai Hla Oad 
•iih a brand naw ear oo Cbriitma* morn* 
Inc TAia baauty it fira »ncma rad •ub 
b«avy duty maul throuiha^ Faaturaa 
It* n«n pedal power and 
ataarini 


dpaatel 


HI DHONH BAV COMPANY, TnyTlIle. 4tb| 


MioH*Sle>ev<s 
ref. S.99 


SpeeM 


I^onf-Rleeve, 
ref. 4.9H. 


Spedai 


Feature Jacket 


L Nylon Pleece-UrMKi -llmmy IWn jM-keU. BlylFd with *#-lf 
collar and cuffb. 2 ipp<*i clfwuie and two aUah pockfta. 
Jacket ta compleiely wHahablr Colon navy, black, powder 
blue, aqua, red and whit#. Suiea .lf»A6. 1*1** 

Price 


Malchhtf CsrdlRon. 
ref. 4.98. SpeHal 


Imported English all-wool punov'er-ilyle mveoion with rrew 
neckline.* Plain colon, with pretty piper deaign trim , . . 
Colon; red, white, yellow and blue. Slw*« 8 to lA. 


2. nirker Jai'ketN. Knit trim with wool quik lining. Sizes 
36-40. Colors: baige, blue, charcoal 14** 

and red Price ^ * 


5. SuMie JarkeU. Colors blue, charroal. brown and ruel 
Sires 3f>-46. 

iqns 170 s 

Self trim. 1 a/ Knit Irim, 1 < 


III Dkf/N'A BAY rOMPANT. oppcwlte boys' wear, main 


4. Fleere Nylon Jm-keU. t'limpleiely wa.Ahal>le. Colors blue, 
twige. giey and hlaik. in auipes and checks. 1 
Sues 3ii Ifi Pnoe 1 1/ 


Give New Centennial 
Dollars to Your 


Repair 

Specials 

Aave I O':; on all aboea repaln. Kumpteai 
Ladle*' half sole* Reg 2..T5. Bporial ^ 


5. roHon Car Coat. Two pan h pot kefs, Ikket pockei 
side vents and b»>ne hutions Quill lined 1 

Colors beige and charcoal. .Sire* 3R4fi. Price A 


U'iNtI and .Mrliiin Fle«>t'e Coat, ^lin lined. 
po(‘kets and hone hnttons Colors; charcoal, 
light grey and beige. Price 


• Pa|)pr Boy 

• Milkman 

• Poktmkn 

• ('hildrpn'n Teacher 

• Bread Man 

• Delivery Boy 

• Out-of-Town Friendti 


Feature Slacks 


1. Bay(-re«*t Slack*. 100’ < worsted wool flannel imp<^it«>d 
from FJngland folers of light gre>. mid grey, blue grrt.. 
rharmal grev. mid brown and dark brown, 1 C** 

Sizes 28 to M> waiRt Priee AD 


1. Melhoume Flannel and Tyronda Hofsied. Styled self belt 
and pleated front. Colors- mid gre\ and charcoal in flan- 
nels. tan and mid grey in worsted*. 

Si/es Jfl to 1#> waist. Pri«*e O 


Men * half aoU*t Reg .125. 

Ladles* shoes dyed, all colors 
Reg t2. 


a Terytene and Moot. S-o/ wngtit. Cotor* 
mio grey, biue gii’>, tan and 17^* 
brown. Sizes to 12 Pn«e 14 

8. london and 4a.t style Pani. ButU m hell, 
wool worsted* flannel slacks Jax style, 
regular weight terylene and wool Color* 
mid-grey, chan'oal and brown. 1 Q**8 
Sizes 2*M2. Price 4 

7. Oaks Hlarks. ('olor* mid grey. CHInrd 
grev. brown and lovat. 07** 

bitfs 2B-44. Pnee ^ I 


and to all the othert on your iiat who have 
served you throughout the year. 

Centennial Silver Dollar* are available in gay 
Chrixtmaa envelope* at the Bay'* informafion 
desk, main floor. Quantity is limited, no hurry. 


S. VIsifMe Nmi Nylon Slaiks. Colors; Oxford grey, mid grey 
brown and blue. Sizes 3n to 44. 1 

Price A U 


Men % rubber heel*. Reg. 1 25 


L^dlea* nylon top lifts. Reg TV. Kpeadal Ul 

HI [WtONTI BAT COMPANY, skno repairs. 

lower mnln 


1. all Uttol Worsted Flannel. Color* mid grey, char 
coal and brown Sizes TO to 44 Price 


HLDisO.Vb BAF COMPANY, »efl’a cloUiing. mata 







1>U1 EV 5-lSll 


Ston. houm: Mood., IhreuRh 8.lur<U,. 9 ..m. to 5.S0 p.m. Op« KruUj, 9 iLm. U> 9 p m 


SlIOPPINO DAYS 1-EFT 


ONLY 


jars of enchantment with 

Fine F urs from the BAY 


There's nothing quit* hkf th« m*J<»»ty ind ntagic 
r\'«*rything with enchantment . . . and you natural! 
world! oldest, most experienced furlraderi to pro 
and MORE! The Hudson's Bay Company aells the: 
budget and CrARANTEF:S THEM without reserv 
year lor fur and give her >ears of enchanimenL 


When you purchasi 
your hiT8 from the 
BAY, these are the 
PLUS features you 
receive! 


precious Gift — China Mink Stole 

(Dyed) 

&*a\ilifvillv furn*d. richly luxunoua ihe^ pre 
cimts httle cluKh capes or po<-ket sinlM ^e 
fullv lined. i*ome in a rich 9 Oil 

shade of Indian brown. 

>n down. M monthly 

Cherished Gifl--Muskrat Back Jacket 

Classic, deeply furred )ackels feature draped 
fullness at back, rolled collar, graceful tai^rmg 
cuff Beautifully matched |wlts are rich 


Convenient terms 

)nw a* l«'- down snd the 
K.i.nr# o\er many months. 


of Havana Brown Labrador » ^ |Y 

Bnd Mink. Sizes Ifl to 20 | / ^ 

collectively X • C/ 

IIS down. Ill monthly 

Glamour Gift — Canadian Mink Stoles 

tNalural) 

Sumpluou.s la the word for these gumoroua 
stolea: cajie .sioles, poi ket stoles or dutch rapri 
and capelets in shades n| Ranch Mink. Pastel. 
Stiver Blue and •yinc: 

Sapphire. 


★ FREE Gilt Wrapping— 

Ymir gift of f*”” t" 
be bMoUfully wrapped. 


★ Lay-a-Way *tii 
Christmas — 

Mp will gladly hold ymir pur- 
rhaM until Chiiatmaa. 


From 9 ^ to a ^ v 

China Mink Flank Jackets (Dyed) 

A jewel of fashion, this lo\ely jacket that goes 
over everything wiih raw* from suits and 
di esses to formal gowns Lustrous • /4 fk 
shades In deep glowing brown ■ ZL 

shades. Sizes 12 2<» r«illecii\elv. F-arh X a. 

II.) down. |9 monthly 

Muskrat Side Cape Jackets (Dyed) 

S^oft. lightweight jackets come In gleaming 
shades of L^biadoi or Moonglow. Tneie are 
tiny pockets to keep finger* warm. too. in the 
fiont panel of these S-^ A ^ 

|arke(M. Small, medium. ^ ^ X^g/ 

^ ll.) down, IS monthly 

Muskrat Back Trotlers (Dyed) 

nattering *• and tmtter length roata feature 
a border design, .small shawl <‘oUar. frt Pf A 
cocktail ruffs and a four ripple 
bark. Sizes 10 to 20 roll Rarh 
S2S down. 113 monthly 


★ Remember the HBC 
Label — 

It’s your guarmntee of quality 
and aatiafartioiL 


H nsOV'S BAY COMPANY, 
fur salon, fashion floor, Snd 


V 

Give Sunbeam Appliances from the BAY 
Year round §ift to make Mom s work easier 

SEE the exciting demonstration oi the appliances in the Housewares deparlment, lower mam 

'"'V. 

Sunbeam Electric Frying Pan* 


This Christmas 
^ Give her the 
? Always welcome 
Gift of Beautiful 


Cook foods smoothly, avrnly with 
a Sunbeam aquareshapod frying 
pan that featurrs an at'curale 
thermo<Ut for perfectly con- 
trolled heat, arid perfedly cooked 
meals’ Water sealed element 
.means that you <-an immeise ihe 
pan in water. Pan fries, hakes, 
slews, hrolls. braises, heat* Irnien 
dinners or act* as a chafing dish’ 
Lids extra. 

Only IA down 


size. 


With Every Purchase of 
2 pairs or more of 
Orient Hosiery, receive a 
free Gift Novelty from 
West Germany . . . 
guaranteed to please 
your youngster! 


Sunbeam 
MixmaiFer 
Has 12 Speeds 


Sunbeam Hand 
Mixer, 3-Speed 
Settingil 


Sunbeam Radiant 
Control Toaster 


Sunbeam Steam 
or Dry Iron 


Karh 

down. M monthly 


na»tnrlng Orient nyuin* I' 
an imported gift fm- your 
or girl* When \mi hoy 
quality •torkmgs >om t^*'" 
tf»> free of charge 


You get steam m two 
minutee with this iron 
tha* never overheat*, 
linns wrinkle*! cottons, 
shut*, any gaiment for 
that matter with ease 
Thumb tip control is easy 
to see and set. and the 
Iron weighs only 3 lbs. 


Fold, hlend, mix. br'.-st 
■i,f nr whip with a Sun- 
beam mFsernhaf feahjres 
extra large heatei* slahle 
heel rest and l« *o ea»v 
lo handle W'hite. pink, 
turquoise, yellow 


r,ffi,ier fviwer, smoother 
performawn. and a choice 
of 13 nosing spc«ls at 
your fingertips P>sv »o 
rlesn beating f*art* Col 
om of pink, yellow, ttir 
qunise. while. 


★ Walking Sheer 


HI DfStONH BAY COMPANY, hoowware* 


★ Evening Sheer 


Parking over l.OOO parking »p»res in 
the BAY’S S Urge lota and the meter freo 
Aren* Wsy, 


Carport Ise the bay's ronxenlent 

rounler-lo-cmf carport lor »!I )our parceU. 


★ Seamfree Mesh 


for More Terrific Thursday BAY Value*! 


Ht ICON'S BAY T-OMPANY. 

iMMilery. main 




nCO*»*0«*^IO 


Your BROTHERS 
want OTHERS! 


Your SON 
needs a TONI 


And don*t forget 
GRANDFATHER! 


Your COUSINS 
want DOZENS! 


Hurry! 10,000 Ties from Canada’s Top Tie Maker . . . ‘Tie One On' 


Onrp again if is tjm#» to rid your wardiohp of fho^p old and 
soiled lies. Take advantage of Ihe “most famous lie .sale in 
V'ictoria'* and purchase several of Ihese top quality four-in-hand 
lies. Reg, 1.50 to S5. Tiii-s scdwtion irK’ludt's foulard silk, lighl- 
weight challis. cotton, visco.se and finer fabrics. Choose from 
bright, rich, and conservative patterns and <»lors Ihnt will match 
or confrast with any sports coat or .suit COME IN AND "TIE 
ONE ON.” 


• Shop in Person 

• Shop by Mail 

• Shop by Phone 

• Dial EV 5-1311 


m nsON‘S BAY rOMrANY'. mm‘% rl«»tht«c. main 


No Phone, .Mail or C.O.D. Ortlcn*, Plense 


Velveteen Slim Jims 

Blai'k only, waxhahle, one alash pocket. mOc 
zipper. 2 tMck straps Pir svaiat adjustment. 
la)»ered leg. notched CHlfllne. QH9 

Sizes 10 to 18. Reg. Hpe<ial 4 

Vz Price Sweaters 

Clearance of orlon jiullovers and cardigans, 
many one-ol a kind, hi bulk orlon. braid or 
tx'ad trim. Broken sixes 34 to 40. Broken 
I'olors. hUck. pink, white, royal, red ^17 
Pullovi*rs, Kffi. 128.'>- special O 

Cardigans. 'Tl? 

Heg. S{M«i'ial I 

HI OSOVS BAY tOMI’A.NV,' 
M|M>rtsH'ear. ;!iid 

Women’s Slippers 

Clearance of »ald line** »rc, to tns. Assort- 
ed colors and maieii.iU mcluclmg lenttirr. 
Broken stzea. QQ^ 

spfH-ial. p»ir «/!/ 
Ill OSON S BAY ( OMPANV, 
wtimen's «h*»eH, 3nd 

*4 Price Car Coats 

Clearance finm *tn«k, w.ifrie rlnth. *juilt 
lined, laperjsl sleeve^ pjitrh pnrkeis. 

Broken si/es and coloi**. 

Flam. reg. S25. 1 otto 

S(MS iai 1 4 

Pile trimmed, reg 29fC> 1/1 07 

H|»e<-ial 14 

Hi nsON S BAY rOMI»ANY. mats. ZihI 

Clearance! Women's Centennial 
Tartan Hat's q 

Two styles, {mpiilar beret In sizes fia, to 7 
and snap brim roller in S .M L Attractive 
0*nienniHl tartan. Reg. .1,PT» i 90 

spfs'ial ^ 

lit nsON'S BAY f OMI'ANY. mminery. 2nd 

Cotton Bandeau Bras 

For excellent Uplift ami support H' cup 
only. s|zr-s 32 to 38 in groups S « 

Heg !»Kr. SfHH lal 4 for 1 

HI HSON’S BAY < tlYIP.WY. 
_ . . foimdalUmi*. '2nd 

36 ’ Flannelette 

White and eoltirs of pink, hluc, yellow, 
green. .Soft warm, wasiiable and roloif/««» 
for kiddies' wear. OOe 

Reg. Mk- vd. H|ier iaI. yard OO 

36” Cotton Gearance 

Assnrtfyi plain and prints in good quality 
•'otfon. I Iti .A>atd lengths. WHshahli- In- 
rliiries flannelette, lui^e punts, OX.^ 

broarirloth. air r Special, yard 40 
HI r>SON’V BAY rOMPAVY. fahrk-s. 2nd 

'^2 Price Cologne 

R\ nnurlois heaunful tall ho»i|es of gnod 

fsilogne .'Npice n' Ice. Frost MM On 

the Wind Reg 1.2S. Siieclal, ea^ h H4 

Ciit-ex Gift Sets 

Manufarturer’s rioseotit hpstu*k and fw’iil 
polish hosed as set. Pink, coral ire hor 
Strawberry shades. 420* 

Reg. 1 4<» Hperial. sH 04 

HI DSONS BAY rOMPANV, 
m«meUcs. main 

Wool Hooked Rufs 

Hand booked attractive in any room medal- 
lion design Blue, green, beige 
2f» only. .Tk.'V. I 

__ Hpe* iai 1 4 

25 only. 2's4'. CBO 

Hpeetaf 0 

HI DSON-H BAY rOHPANY. nigs. Ith 

Gearance! Wabaaao Sheets 

RT'xUO" fine rjualltv waahahle srr>oolh. 
White only Reg 5 25 pair. Limit one pair 
per cuaiomer. <jaT 


Kingcot Flannelette Blankets 

While with cnlorrd h*irder, 70“xlf0". firm 
weave, wahhable. Limit 1 pair. .4 90 

Reg 7 S|N*i lal. pair 4 

III nSONN RAY f'OMPA.NV, staples. .Irri 

Reg. $2 Roasters 

l..Nigr size hotd.s I5lh. fowl, light, quick, 
e>en rousting. Tiniwd finish. 

S|)»s-ial. eai-h on 

TV Tables 

Reg. 2 4!l Trav size 17*'x12”, fold up legs, 
easy to stole. Knutnel finish. 150 

S(MS'ial, each 1 
HI DSON’S BAY C flYIPANY'. 
ImiiM-wares. lower iiuiln 

* 2 Price Drapes 

Re;i<l> made, mmlcrti pailerns, tmlincd 
wfiile h.i< kgioitnd wtih girsvis, reds, hlowMS, 
fall paltetriK. layon aci'laic, HI" long 

/I 10 

1 width. Reg HTA K|Ks-lal 4 

rr»»o 

1*3 width. Ri’g $12. S{vs'ial •) 

S io 

1019 

3 widdi Reg 2^7 VI Viws lal 14 

HI IISON S BAY rOMPANY. drap*s. 4tb 

Price Costume Jewelry 

Ne«klet.H. earrings. braceleK. stones, be.i/i-; 
mei.jN *y g| 

Keg S|. K|hs lal 4 for 1 

Children's Watches 

ikiys' has espnnsioti bracelet. giiN’ haa 
Icrt'lier s*Mp. .Swiss made yellow miImc. 
MH-f>nd hand and gilt nurnh«>f s 

‘sios lal. eai h 4 

III nsON’K BAY COMPANY. Jenrlry. main 

Short-Sleeve Blouses 

Reg 295 3 95 new simk. «'OHon and ayn> 
lheiic> Sixes 14 tu 20 a4‘dUiris. 

pnntH. bow front i in 

Spef ial. eai h I 

III lYvON’S BAY COMPANY, blouses, main 

Doeskin Gloves 

I-.nglish. wash.ible well sru n. Si/i’s S to 
7*3 While and natural | 40 

spec ial, pair I 

French Kid Gloves 

C’.rrv »ii.Tngc manve hl«u«. yellow, nxvv 
tan. brown. Si/es fi to 7'. c^no 

Special, pair 4 

III IISOVS BAY COMPANY, gbnes. main 

Nativity Sets 

Frfim Italy, for manii-U. eic. 

Reg 1 2*1 for / 0 

120 With lighta 040 
Reg. 1 fKV for I Reg 4 w. /or •> 

1 05 4 lO 

Reg for 4 

HI OSO.N’H BAY COMPANY, m»tion«. main 

4-Piece Chisel Set 

Si/es t^", >,**, N** I”; airong Wf>od handle*, 
forged *leel. 044 

Reg. 2 95 Vperial 4 

HI lYSONTt RAY COMPANY. Rark. 

kmer main 

Men's Pullovers 

V ne»-k. wool and orlon. for school or work. 
Mostly trdx .Si/i^ amall and 1 OO 

medium. 50 only Hpe< taf. enrh I 

HI r>HON*H BAY COMPANY, 
men** fnmtablnra, main 

Reg. SI Slipper Socks 

Warm wool top. leather ar>|ea; blue, navy, 
r*d brown greer. mth ei*ic«rd trim Fit 
children 6 to J2 yeara. 7T* 

Hperial, pair 4 i 

Reg. 2.99 Children’s Slacks 

yA'aahable corduroy wph hoser waixt, rlpjer 
/font brown, navy, rhartoal. | 99 

Sizes 3 to 6. Hperfal. pair 1 

HI DHON’S BAY t OMPAW, 
cbIMmt’a wear, Snf 


DAD needs *em BAD! 


No Ironing 
Needed Ever 


"Tcrylone" — the miracle fabric that keeps its 
elegance always. Will not discolor wash after wash. 
Styled with short point, permanent fused collar. 
Featuring smart pearl buttons well anchored down. 
TTiese handsome shirts come in neat vertical stripes 
for "everyday” wear and snow white for "best.” 
Sizes 144-17. Blue and wine vertical stripes or 
white. 


HI l)SON*H BAY' (X)MPAVY’. mm’a fumkblng*. main 


Please Turn The Page 


• Shop Thnrsday, 9 a.m. to 5.30 p.m 


0 


n 

xur 

G\ 


% 



55 

fil 


B 

lU 









or Coronalion 


(MW* had Ullfd. and *om* ot 
Ihi* rUmberi di*d. 

George Mallory and Andrew 
IrMoe. wHh the 1924 Brtush 
party led by Lieut. -Col. E. F. 
Norton that reached a height 
of 28,100 leef. set out from 


camp at IT.onn leet ano were 
never teen again. 

Th# Sherpa guide aha 
reached ihe lop Ihu lime. Ten- 
aing Bhutia. la a 39-yeat-old 
native veteran of more Evereat 
aitempu than any othar man. 


Colonel Hunt's mewge said: 
“all IS well ' 

The 13 Britons foimed the 
nth team to try to conquer 
the mountain In the last 30 
years. Nine of Ihe expediiiona 
were British. All the previous 


The reports here said the 
summit was reached by two 
men in Colonel Hunt's party. 
E P. Hillary. 34, a New Zea 
lander, and the famous Sherpa 
guide Ten.5ing Bhutia. 


ports (hrculallhg here that 
members of the party headed 
by Col. John Hunt had reached 
the summit of Everest, May.. 
29. a palace spokesman said 
"That news has been received 
heie." 


Buckingham Palace announ- 
ced Monday it had received 
word that the Brthsh party 
reached the lop of Ihe world s 
highest mountain, more than 
29.0011 leet In height. 

Asked to comment on re- 


JUM I, IMS 

LONtX)N — Mount Everest 
has been conquered by a Brt- 
hah atpedinon The news was 
cheered In London as a fitting 
Coronation gift lor Queen 
CUtabeih. 


Colonist's’ Contury 


rtss 


Vancourer htand*i Leading ISetcsfpaper Since 1858 


VICTORIA, BRITISH COLl MBIA, THI RSDAY, DECCMBKR 11, 1958 


Time 

Capsule 


Westminster Statute 
Approved by Lords 


Dally for one hundred 
years The t'okmlst's pagra 
have mirrored the great 
events of the community, and 
the world, of the preteding 
24 houra. In this special 
edition, nuirking its 106th 
birthday. The (oinnist rw- 
prints stories reflecting 
events of a century. 


I>ec. t. 19SI 

The Statute of Weatminster Bill today jta^sed 
the cofnmmee sUge in the House of lords. It 
Hill be brought into effect M soon a* Royal assent 
has been gi^rn. 

The new statute declares the power of the 
Oominiotu. to ejiact extra-territorial legiOation, 
and speaking generally. recognUes and affirms the 
right of the Dominions to make their own laws 
and to determine for themsehes whether they will 
accept legislation of the I nited Kingdom. 


Terror 

Weapon 

Loosed 


Monty lA^ads .4.v.smi/f 


ri"lil Brothers Make First Flight 

Vright lying in.side the Wright standing on ground The dale: 
uc<*ossful flight of a Dec. 1903. at Kitty Hawk. North 
cr-ihan-air machine is CUirolina. 

That’s brother Wilbur 


July 6. ' 

SUPREME HEADQUARTERS. ALLIED 
EXPEDITIONARY FORCE. June 6 (Tuesday) 

(A.P) — British, American and Canadian troops 
landed in Northern France this morning, 
launching the greatest overseas military op- 
eration in history with word from their Su- 
preme Commander, Gen. Dvi'ight D. Eisen- 
hower. that “We will accept nothing except 
full vietoify" over the German masters of the 
continent. 

ifivsKion, which Eisen- 

$ 1 . 500,000 how*r called "a gtesi cru- 

— ■ “ Mdc. w-a* announced ai 7 32 

• m GMT 12 32 a m. rPT- and 
m 4^ one senivnre cnmmun 

Odll^ iqucNoI j 

"Under the command of Gen 
- ers| Eisenhower. Allied navsl 

B W ^ forces supported by strong air 

fnices. began landing Allied 
^ armies on the northern coast 

of FTance ■ • 

.Mrtvn' LEADS 
It was announced momenia 
lairr lhai Bnlains lien. Sir 
Bernard L Montgomery, hero 
of Ihe African drverl. was in 
chaige of the a.ssanit. 

The locations of the landings fligtit finm New YhiK lo Paria. 
were not announced. lonight. 

Kor Ihree hour* previous in ^ „„ihcrgli in l-rrowed P« 
the Allied announcemeni Ihe dressing gown and slip- 

t>iman radio had been pour- ^ a bed In the lusm 

Ing forth a «erirs of f»a-iti«* re embassy home of Myron 

porting that ihe Allies were ^ i^pued State* Am- 

landing heiween 1> llarve and p^^^dor, and discussed with 
Cbeiboiirg along Ihe south »i<lp , iheeiful iina.ssuming grin 

BOSrC.N-S,v.n ,n««qu.ly *"•' hl» M-ma.k.bl. Mploll 

**'. ..w'.*.. .vft the north cnasi of Normandv. 

maaked handtla mad# off with , u The aviator who had ac 

$].000Jt00 laal nlghl from ihe The Germains also said paia- one of Ihe greaiesi 

terminal of a Boaton payroll rhuiisis had descended in ihe hlsiory of aviation 

tranaportation company In one Normandy and were being en fresher than some of 

of Ihe biggest robberies In ihe by Na*i shock irwips. newspapermen who intei 

nsHon's history. Berlin said the "ceiilre of view(>d him. Just oul nf a re 

Th# aeven men. wearing gtaviiy" nf the fien'e fighting freshing baih. he resembled 

Halloween - type mask* nf wa.s #i ('.len. .V) miles south- nnihing as much a* a college 

orange a n rt black rubber, we*i nf I..e Havie and fiS mile* autdeni at>oul lo dress lor a 

hound and gagged five armed south east of rheiboiirg "prom, ' Hi* boyish face lighted 

•mployeet In their daring Heavy fighiing was aUn up a* he talked willingly but 

ported Iviu een Caen anri Trnu «nme\vhat bashfullj. 

They l#ri behind another hllle. Lindbergh, whose modesty Is Macdonald ai the head of the 

million dollars in rash in ihe One o( Berlin's first claim* real and nnt assumed was pnii-and also the election of 
vault of th# Brinks Payroll was that the First Rrilish genuinely anvared ai the riot Amor de liismt.* 

and fecuntie* Tranaportation Pararhut# Division was badly mis welcome given him at Le .•Shortly after the r*»suli of 
Co. mauled Bourget. me election was declared a 


I’ndpr this mushroom — Jliroshima 


TJwmas Aim Edmm 


Inventors Work Worth 
rc Times WorUTs W enl 


I upon them An Invention was 

NJ born of Ihe Edison brain on 
ison the average of about one every 

led at hi* weeks .ind his registration 

clock Ihia moie than l.Jiifl paient.s at 
Washington made him the 
mosi prolific inventor nf his 
worker of perhaps, of all lime, 

een III for p, ... . • 

r Ihe nasi riming the greater part of 
h ■ active life Mr Wison de. 

* voied himself largely to inven- 

* A electrical nature, 

which were Ih# 
” ** h incandesrwnt lamp and sys- 

' ?*^i, ** tor the irartamission of 

)is e ow light, heal and power; 

le mirarle |,pj,4ratya and machines in im- 
on tor a *ysrrms of commiirura- 

tion by telephone and tele- 
wever hr graph. Itie phonograph and 
eaker and moving picture machine* 

■nk into a Arthur Williams, vtcepreal. 
he did not 

Company, estimated that the 
years Edi y^jue of the enlrrpn*es which 
1 arvd thM origin in part at 

a founded (q F.dtson s genius, repre- 

sented five lime* all the money 
In rirrulatmn 

j TTtis indicated ihal the in- 
ventor had heen insiriimemal 

h o In atiding an average of (.in,. 

oonntyi a year or more to the 
‘ nailon s wealth nvar a period 
of more than half a renhiry, 
the list of enterprises in which 
he could claim a part ranging 
from the telegraph to which 
he devoted hi* earliest atten* 
L'\>' linn down In the mrwmg pir- 

lures and radio 


Slill Fresh 
After Flight 


Jan. 18. 1M6. 

EOBTON — At 7 M a-"*- 
(EAT. I this morning. I'ollee 
Oommlwsloner Thoma* F. 
Bullivan said that Brink's 
IoCm victim of a aensattonal 
sMckvip laat night, estimated 
lu loss at II.MW.660 "and 
ril go along with that 
figure.” 


CHARt.r,S LINDBERGH 


THDMAB KOIfiON 
. one every two weeks 


Fnited \ations Formed 


Dr. Spsak i election was t kW I 1 1 
tactical vKdory for Britain •* 111 

over Soviet Russia which un- 

successfully supported Trygv# VV/ 

Lie. Norwegian Foreign Min Vw O |* 
isied Lie i name was th# only f" Wl 
one formally placed In nomln 
ation -but on Ihe secret ballot .Nov 

I which Brtialn demanded Dr -.Ac-uiMr 

Spaak received 28 vote# to Y^ASHlNt 

ilIT, n 

1 The new ehapier in man'a * 
centuriesotd airuggle for brnei The 

peace began when Dr. Eduardo ■•ftied by tl 
Zuieta Angel, of Colombia. 
temporary pretideni. called the Thia ann 
first f>neral Assembly into msde verbal 
aession. Stale D 

Earlier. Dr Zuleia perhaps * tf ^ 
remembering that yesterday 'The arr 

was the 2ftth snniversary of signed It 
the founding of the Laague of o'clock a m 
Nations at VeraalUea — declared boatiliti## ' 
• w# (*nno4 with HnpSMilty laii o rl®** •***' 
mankind again.* I time.* 


New Era Opens 
For Peace, War 


Mae. M. I8M | 

At 13 o'clock yesterday, 
amid th# firing of guns by the 
flfot at Eaquimalt. Sheriff 
Adamson proclaimed the 
union of the colonies before 
a crowd of 200 persons, and 
Vancouver Island ceased to 
exiat as a separate govern- 
ment. There was nsUher en 
thualBsm nor indignation et 
pressed st the annoumement 

Dec It. 18M 

It la asaerted that Governor 
Baymour will endeavor lo per 
mansnllj local# ttia capital 
ad *6 MW uollad aolony at 


Dickens 

Dead 






2 flaily (tnlonlJl Vic»®rU. I.C.. Thnn., D«c. 11. 1»S« 


PIONEER HEARING AID CO 


19W i< »n hlstortr >«*«r 
(or Thf D«»lv 


Orccl. iind ami brii-ka 

iiiul rral urrr ihroxvn during a* 
not l<ivi night m iht* 
of th»* UnMUi' Slfam^hip Cnm 
pai(> s diA'k. Miirn M'VMal 

hundnst i'onimuni^iH ami un- 
omplnyotl moii gaituTod lo t«*r 
nil izp iTU'ii hniiig »<*ni on ilip 
stpamat ('aialln to Anvox. to 
ropUfo m**n who k(l ih» 

Granby Gonaolidalod Com- 
pany's plant thr're during the 
rocrnt -Htnko 

Squads of city police muled 
the mob of rioters afiei a 
lively hafite, during uhich 

several officer* received minor 
injuries 

MOR (iKOWS 

At 7 pm. the mob was as 
aummg large proportions and 
police, under the direction of 
Chief J- Cameron. Deputy 
Chief J. .Murdock and Inspec- 
tors C TuIJy and A Grundy 
reached the scene 

The police moved to dispeise 
I he mob and a short hut rtes 
perate siniggte eiu*ue<l A bar 
rage of stones, bricks and 
lumps of coal was directed at 
the poluv, who arrswered with 
a baton charge. 

rOLU K hlRR 

Several officets were cul off 
from their fellows, and finding 
themselves m danger from the 
misstles hurled at them, d^e^^ 
their revolNTfs and firerl ovet 
the heads of Iheir anlsgonisis 

The police guns proved too 
much for the morale of ilie 
rioter*, who abandoned the 
fight and fled but In thetr 
flight they hurled rocks 
through plate glaas windows 
of nearby buiiding.s The> did 
not escape unscatheil, a num 
her being hruLsed by the batons 
of the officers 

Following the bieaktng of 


for the Victoria Hearing 
Aid Company as It is now 
twenty yesrs Mtu*e Mr. 
y S M T>e started the 

hii>.iiieKS 


* % .SB The ViCb.rM MearlnE 
M/J/m Aid l'iMn|M<i\ the 

oldest e«tablish«Ht hear 

It sers-ire on Van 

IsJt'bd At the 
M nme of PS in«’epllnn Mi 

4^ !>*■ * teacher 

\ ^f Up reading bail been 

R. S II. T\ F teaching the subiect for 

lAsrarlng bis hearing tilaasesi years at Victoria 

Night Schools umbT the auspice* of the Victoria Board 
i>l Srh*vil Trustee He had alwi help<*d nrgantre the 
Victoria t'luh fot ilic H-ird<d Hc.»ring •■( which he was 
srcreiaiy lor sj'\i*n years, during the time that the <lub 
halt .1 M-ry large inemberslup Mt Tye, who was bom 
In N’lciorla and has resided liere all hi* Ute. is a grandson 
of the late Mrs Hickman Tye who svfc* one of the pioneer* 
anil arri\e«| in t'anada abuui .\ovembi*r l>tSi, and came 
to Victoria in l*t^7 wbwie «he si»ent the rest of her life 

Both Mr T>c and hi* wile, wim iip»*raie the business, 
we.ii hejrmg aids and hn\e dune s<i foi about thirty 
yeir- lliey have worn aid* since the time these aid.* 
weiglird ,*evpi.il (wiunils unril liie pre.sent da\ when they 
weigh le*« than one tumce and are hrtitl Info e\eg|a«ses 

Tlie Usi iweniN year.* tiave prows! to be historic years 
m the dexelopment of heoiingaids 19.7S was the year 
ihai die Victoria Hearing Aid Cnmtianv first started 
pioMding speciallccil servl<e to U»e hard-of-hearIng - 
V**- .. .1.;. . hearinc aids have reached 

Mir |Miiiii of riroMiling cleat natutal hearing without 
distortion and without cloihinB nope isime they are 
befl'lw orn -o that ihe \';.~:nr»a Hearing Airl Conipaity 
•s able to help far more pei>|de than wa* poswble befoie. 


San Frantisco Devastated by Earthquake, Hames 

ious earlhnuakcs rollm\.*d t.y one of the most devaslalinR the heart of San Francisro. This scene i« ^ 

history ci-catcd thi.s havoc through four square miles in down t'aliforma Street. The date: April 


Fire Races Unchecked 
Through Ruined City 


ApHI U. IHH.S 

M \AHINGT«)S— bwereUo 

of Mar Kdwln SUnion has 
arknow-ledged rerwlpl of an 
nfftrial rep«»rl of Ihe siir- 
render of (»en. l^e on Ihe 
lerni* of (ien. (irant. The 
terrible flvll War has dmied. 

Mhrn Ihe report wa* made 
pilhllr In this rily hells were 
rung and pri*»e^*lons of 
Riartled rUisens paraded the 
alr<*el* lusuh'd by niush' 
from every imaginabte In- 
siniiiu’ni. ihe air resounded 
with .slioiJl* to mork the end 
of rebellion and re eHtabllsh 
ment of peaiw and union. 


Mr. and Mr*. T>e Wish Their Friends 
The Compliments of the Scasim 


April 19. 19()6 

OAKLAND. Cal.— Karlhqurtke and fir<* ypslnday 
rnusr'd the en»alr»st calamity California has ever known. 
In San Franci‘<co alone il i> esijmaled that l.(XH) per- 
sons have perished, while as many more are suffering 
from injune-s. 

The entire busim*.s, poUJon ‘nfanin. Hciailyif ti<v)ps «ij* 
of the city IS in ruins, and the guarding the hank* 

flames, owing to lark of vcaiet. Most of the pnn<-ipa1 budd 
cannot l»e checked exi-wpi h\ mgs have filremlv been *le 
idowing up wnti dynamite of anoyed and oiheta tie in im 
biiilttinc* in Uieir path, and mineni lianger. t>ver all Mie 
are plowing through the ntv v’ene of desolation hang* a 
Il is iiiierU mqiossitde at deivu» pail of smoke. Comnio*-, 
Ihe presi»nl in esliinale the ralirin wiih oulside towns I* 
pr.-.|H'ii\ loss, for the exieni almost cut off But the repoii 
Ilf the rnnflagi.ttioti cannot be (Stines from Palo Alto th^i. all 
toM iiidd the file lias burned hul one of Hic hiutdioe- Ilf 
Mrclf out. Thousatuls ttf jieople .Slanfoid I’niveisity have bi-i*n 
are homeliMu and many arc wiecked and that the splendid 
hu'ldled in the p.iika ami pub ' memorial church, one of Mte 
lie square* b«*side the honor* finest »iiucture* of ita kind in 
The dty li under matilal law (he wot Id. is a mas* of rums, 
and all the downtown slietus i n.e xiudent la known to have 
aie patrolled hv cavahy and lost his life 


SiO V.\KK(m B1 ILDINfJ. «'io FORT ST 
VKTORI.\. BRITISH 001 I MBIA 


; tall Llniopians 
ms Against Italy 


Oct. 3, 193,5 

(iFNKVA — lUlian troops have be*;un fheir 
advance acainsi KthiofnR. with 50.tM)0 soldiers cim- 
<entrale<l on the frontier. Fmperor Halle Sidasslo 
has proclaimesl a general inohiliMilion and protextetl 
Ihe hombinc'of AdtnyB the l.eague of Nations. 
War dnims are c*Mlng 10.(HH).(MX» men. women and 
ehildren to anns across the vast area of Fthiopin. 


FOR NEARLY 
40 YEARS 


OIL HEAT 


Without Viarniiii! 


fti Oakland five prisons People became panic stricken 
wcie kille«l Jsan .lose and .s-ic and rushisl into the stieet* 
iHomfitn. AlamnrU mosi of them in their night ai- 

.md oMici pinri's hraid Xinm tiie Ttiey were met hv show 
•.‘iftercd severely hul leport ers of falling buildings, buck- 
no iiiss of life cornii'es and walla .Many were 

Tlie dteurifui e.irlhqunke insl.inllv cru.shed In death, 
'hwk came wiihmii warning while others vsere fearfulh 
Ai pris'isciy 1-t ofliwk ye*ier mangled. Those who remained 
d.iy morning, its motion ap inrtnors generally e*«'aped with 
paieiiily being from east to their lives, though scores wete 
we^i Ai fit*i the upheaval of hit by detached plaster, pic 
liie eaiih was gradual, but in lures and articles thrown to 
a few seCorxis it increaseil in the floor by the shock It is be- 
mii-uxii). L'himiieys began to lieved that more or less loss 
fall and w « 1 1 .v to crack, wa.* sustained by nearly every 
loKeiing on their foiin<laiions family in the city. 


HAS BEEN OUR 
BUSINESS 


KI.N'G GEciRGK V 
. . . peaceful end. 


Loved 

King 

Dies 


Since (he earft days of nil as a domestic furl we 
have pioneered in Ihe hiininesa. Step by atep our 
orf^aniration has grown willi Ihe development of oil 
fuel. From nalesmiui to aery Ice man our slaff Is 
trained to mi'el every phase of work, with three 
decades of experience to draw u|Nm. In ulea of heat- 
ing onita. Installation and reliable delivery aenice . 
we KNOW your requirements. 


This Riorc. eslablishcd In the year 18R3 by D. E. 
CainpUdi, Rresi’riplh»n Druggi.si. was added to Ihe 
uwl Drug Company of Bnli.sh Columbia in 
It has Its |K>licy since that time to maintain 
the hi^h standard established by Mr. Camptvell. 


Trucks 
Serving 
< Victoria 
and 

District i 


Steel Riiil(iin«s 


lasfl •niMiute* sinod plosion* added to Ihe 

IjONTX)*" tar 'I H‘s M» ih'* ear1hqu..(,e heoer man the of the people 
tcMv* King 'George V p.»*Mtl “ buildings, few of them All effort* to slay Ih 
kwav Ju.*t after mwlniglu at •‘^‘ng h«dl\ »l-imageU Ilie however, proved futti 

Sandringham, me rovai ie*i big II sioies M<>nadno'k ol inuih side of Market 

in Noifolk. h was oHi li- ■ H’lilding. in cmn-i- o< nin f^om Nimh .'Street to t 

riall) annoumed The n.il sirunion. ad)oinmg the P il somi ahla/e. the fin 

rame peacefully in the pic-, ai-e Hotel with the es.vp'mn. if.j; ,i belt tw*- hlo-ks w 
ence of tlie Qia-en and mein howevei of the real wall mu* the main ihnroi 

Im‘!-v <»f iJie Koyal K-imiiy .md »ollap*ed man\ ci.«-k* h’le,; ,j,^ huvuei 

aitending ptiv = iim- ^ m.ide .uro** M* fiont nf ihe fin«**i edifiiea 

Kwig Ejiipei"! of I'ln iMVO.oOil of me do/'ks and rilv 

suhjeci* pr.vyrrs »cii> ofh-i.-.l ,hr.,|v «|ong the 

in all pans of the wothl Uj o.d mio me ti.n 

people*. o( all fu'h* lor 'he IP flvsuie* opened in Ihe 

mvery of the loved sovereign. 
whose inh.lee yr.i, had heet. 
un.versaiU reteb. ,md *o re 

'^U was onU K..d..v .lut 

the public was informed mat '-‘n down 

Ihe King was .11. At first there 'V '»f 

wa. no apparent cause for .<»M mom th.in 

aU.m . 1 * on ^-eral occasion* rountnxm. Ihe mof 

sin.e 19.W when he was so *ick sliding mm live courtvaMj 
lie h.v* siiffejcd shml *prl! . i.f end the xntader towci* lumht 
dlni-s* trig down, the great dome 

]i w.i. no! until .'^.vluidiiv lieing moved but not falling 
I ...I anonuru emen' w»« mai<* The new po»l offhe one of 
lhat mropliralinn-. t,.id de the finest in ihr I'tuied Stale* 

v.'lnped end that ( iiduc we.ik w i* Imdl.v -n.iMeied. 
n. -. w.o. app.iMTvi. giving r».c V.m.-m, ... lloicl. « f.m. 

rm-e for anxuMv '|-he hulletio • vvo-lcu buildmg. oJUk 

cam.' as a lerr.f.c *hoi k *n ,„,n 'ihe h-M-nuud. a p.le of 
HM.i.h j*.-nple thimighoul the 

world. jt, , , . 


Prescription 

Specialists 


Our rh'siM'n.sary, .'«'( up 
H{>»*cifically (o render 
exarfinc idvarmacrnilira) 
•<ervice in the iilizcas of 
Grcnfer Viiiona and dis- 
trict. i.s .staffed by pro- 
fe<slonal skilled pharma- 
cists. in providine dniRs 
and sickroom suppli 
iTcommended by >oui' 
doctor. 


n.IKKORP II HARRKl.l 
riiarmaclsi Manager 


Dirty Dollar 
Disappearinjr 


IN OUR COSMETIC DEPARTMENT 


/fiipoilfii Df-fiimn anti Caiojinei 
Tif'I'Inet i..fOfiing lit ijutu tarn 


PRIVATE FITTING ROOMS 

TKI SSKS. SMtfiirAI. SI PPOKTS 
Wheel Chair Sales aod KeoLala 


VK1IIV ro 

'C«^i 

• <Mier I 

•• «** *»*• i- t 

>('«*• - <fi P*»V 

s.'. Ar-.rui i«,t Tf»*n 
■t fV*» T- .»*1M**1 s. H, 

I I, IL# e.«n 1' '1 t 
I 1 > t«0 M 


1000 Douclas Street EV 3-4118 
We Sell— We Install— We Service 


^0£L 


FampbeQ BviMtag, Ibrngba at Fprt 

Evergreen S-^761 





6aitM (f olmilst VirtorU. B.C., niri.. D«. II. ms 3 


With the Compliments of 

British-American Chemical Co. Ltd 


July 19 . IN7t 
!uilcmn inllmi* of tho 
Cuthoiic CathHiul bollii al an 
<*«rh hour >f.ionUy inontins 
appiiHod iho |)«‘(»|)lo of Vu’ionn 
ili.it another soul had ‘wingiHl 
Hs fhjthi f"<m earth to 
heaven, and as Ihe <1 hv uoie 
on It biH-ame KnoMn that tfood 


Ffb. 6, 1981 

I>AVTO\A BKACH, Fla. — Tapfain Malcolm 
('ampbcll, 49'ycar'old British raeittK car dri\cr, 
yesterday established a new world’s automobile 
a|>eed rei'ord of *.i45.788 miles an hour on the sands 
of the natural beach speedway here. 

KoarinK twice over the course in his hURc 
l.I.W-horsepower Bluebird machine, he evceeded 


Phone F.V4 7191 


VUtorla, B.C. 


14 .71 miles an hour, tmi became li.- first man 
in the world eter to attain a land speed of four 
miles a minute. 


OF VICTORIA LTD 


KntahlKbed 1911 

47 YEARS OF SERVICE 


Jewish Fear Pooh-Poohed 


Takes Pleasure in Congratulating 


ON ITS 100th BIRTHDAY 


.tought goal— the Chan<s>lloiship of the Reich 
day. and Nationalist (jcrninny was thmv\r 
paroxysm of joy at the union of Picsident vor 
bui'g and the Na.fi leader in a common effoi 
the Fatherland out of the miic. 

Hiller haNine at Usf iii 
lamed Ihe toveted «'»«!. musi 
row sliow wlmihci she ho|ws 
of niiOnOOii (leimnn# lo his 
iiatesttunship aie iu*lilied 

Kffoil* of Ihe Hitleilie.-. 
well as of Ihe Natl'inahxi fnl 
lowers of Pr. Allifsl Huyen 
hui*: ai IbsI tmimphod m 

hiiiu:JnK Ihe three gieal move 
ments of Ihe iitfhi the Na/is, 

The N'aitonalisis and ihe mem 
Iwis of Ihe Sieel HeInvM WMr 


It U a prmid sear fur The ( nlonlst . . . looking hai k en 
100 years of MT^ice to \uloria and \ainoiiver Island 


M if sonic Hall 
Corncrslonc 
Rites PojHilor 

April 7 . 7 . 1 M 7 A 

Tile Impn-mp ccr<*moiiv of 
laying Hie cm nei stone o( ihe 
new Mhmmuc Hail. ai Hie cnr 
nei of Isiuclas and Knii'uaid 
Veterans' A««oei- i n - to ptaie sesteitlai 

Keiher alier man\ up< «*nd y , 1 hv .» very 

downs Miiee they me* for <>m- iniicoiirse <if njn'ciaim - 

moji effoii at Hai/buig. in Amoni; \ihnm weie muiA 
Oi'rnher, UHl f«u vslins** «,{s-« lai ai 

Field Maish.tl Paul ton cnniinodaiioii a »p.»eouis p.i\il- 
Hinderihmc plated Ihe hl?h' ,rtn ums ettu'ti«d ai Hu* le.trof 
esi piOiHcal offiee of Hie Reich me, sue of Ihe corriernplaicd 
in Ihe hamls of the ftuiiiei btuidniK. 

Ausrnan coiimial and at ihe n,,, huildmi; when etunple- 
same lime ap|>ointcd t>r. WH umI vmI| he hnih a cteillt ati'l 
helm Kri'k and Herman .tn oniumenl lo ihe tii> ami 
Ijttenng '.S'a^i lieiiimfliiis'. t|jp work in ct>tiiir*eiimi IhCie 
Naiinnalisl l>‘edei lltigi'ii' with will hr ]h‘I liii till'll by Hie 
hijiR and Sit*<;l llelmei la'ader follouinR i uuii.t. I•»l^ Mi 
Fran/ Seldle lo Hie t'alrinei, Miaii. ni«s'*m\; Mi. .1 B'-m 
F eais ihai aniiJewish pio neit. car|ieiilentu». .Me-sts 
Ciams rmehl ensue weie jatoli Miichell and Li'Mice |»aiMiiiiif 
fKiohed by a Goveinnienl and «la/ini*. .Mi T> He.il, 
spokesman. plumbinjj ami Bas ftlliii*:. 


Our Service. Too, 


with the Needs of 


the Cummuoily 


nnl dim the Queen's splendor or de- 
tract from the magnificence of the 
mcasion. Crown crowd.s saw was 
not the one Quern was crowned with; 
that, heavier and mon* ancient, was 
the Crown of St. Edward. 


Smiling acknowledgment to rheeiing 
ci'owd'*. ihc Queen, wearing ifu* 
Iniperi.il (’rowii and holding ihe run 
and ‘•cepue, drives liack to Rucking- 
liam Palace following hei' coi-onaimn. 
If ralru'd heavily as the pioie'-Mon 
wemicil ii5 way but even this could 


C. SMITH 


Tlie ('ti*i|ii Buie.tii ot Viitml.i wn« esi.ihli«hed in 7?>11 anrt wa« fiisl km*vvn ’he 
P.eiail M<‘ii'h.ti'i. rierlii I.rd I li .>fliiall\ H»e need |ni i redd leUilinns giew and in 
I‘IM Ihe firm w.is jeoigrtMUei! and bc-ome rheCierJit Bureau of Virloim I.ld . wnh 
a staff ot mne 

Now H*e fnnremyln\s a laige staff «»f |»ei«.ms m Hie repoinnc and roUeriiona 
deji.tiimenis ami .ilm n|HMai»*s a hi-imh offnt* *l I’unran. kive iIioummcJ crenil 
irjMHl'* ‘T fit.tde mnnllib. 

M'-Mibfis of A>MKi.*ied Creilit Buirntts of ramida and Amein.i and aMilialcd with 
3.H0U oHh'i Cicdn Utiieaus m miMnuihing sound iunld pracin-*'' 


iiceii 


Elizabethan 
Age Begins 


BUY WISELY — PAY PROMPTLY 

Bl II.I» A fiOOl) ( KKDIT KEtOKI) 


Koherl Diinsnuiir 
Dies Suddenly 


Manh 7. Il»;il 

t.ONOON lAI'i — Iad% 
r\nlhla M«*slr>. who Ih«.| 
nielli laiiiii bed her hii*>lmnd‘s 
*‘neu pMrl.v*’ wliHe Hir O'.- 
Wald >lo<<li*> was ill al liotiie. 
was fwlletl ii|r«>ri ti» resicn 
her r*ieml»ei«blp in I’arlla- 
Iiienl ill rp-ohJlMm^ fM«.’»t'd 
by the Slitke l-eliltMi and 
laincltm lalMir parly, •‘•he 
re*‘MCned frtiiii the l.*lJor 
porly two day% 4 k«>. 


MEMBER 


MEMBER 


(.11 NK 8. 19.*>3) 

WE.STMINSTKR ABBEY— Irt the aniient shrine 
of WVsImin'sler Abhr’y, on the same ground where 900 
years ago William the Conqueror stood for his enthrone- 
ment. the voting Eli/abclh TueHlay was crowned Queen 
of the I'niti’d Kingdom r>f (heat Rritam, of L’anada 
and of her other realms and teriHones. 

The new Kliwtreihan Age 

had slaild^. ten. nf Hime.arid< of 

. . , neniile »al oi «lnitd lo walrh 

1 lie (Jiii-en W4* ' ' , 

* . . .. . t V. ». .. Ihe pro<T<*iions rmne and go. 

beuMltiH as Hie _/\n of ' 

l*dnieibiny lej.hed ihis cll Tbniv kiMK» and snvrreii;n 
ni.t> “f ti’e t’nninalMUl leie rjiii-em bcfoie her have hern 
monv I'lad in imal •••bes nf nnwned at Wesimitwier. hut 
gold'she Silt vMih Wiemiv in nevri one niMie rec.il nr Imely 
the hi-loiie ComMaTmn Chair. *>r hiillresserl by mme af 
Ihe S.U M-d «lonr nf her Se..l feriinn -ind ion.|-as«ion Mian 
lish amesitv b..|,ealh H -ns ’»*e ymii'K mnna.ih' « ho was 
. nv vrejl lord., san.llf.ed > esin iIh> . 


Thealie. president of the F.- 
qormali and Nannirno Railway 
whirli he was msinimeniat in 
building ami whirh was opened 
a few vent, ago 


OF VICTORIA LTD 


PHONE EV .'kMl 


7i.1 FORT HTRP.KT 


Our Sincere 


Best Wishes 


THE DAILY COLONIST 

ON YOUR 100th YEAR 

COLUMBIA PAPER LTD. 


IIIU KKOAI) ST 


The latnd'tn r».i.v*:‘ 
i.Nifv t'». ilMa* levniiis 
aw.iirliniC ef V»t,..n.i 

I’fnsH le l.ieu' r»i| ('>•••» 
Wr*.lev Pe. K. I '■‘-I I nl Hie 
Manimha Rifles fi*i nr.O'i 
('on.pli'iious braverv a n rt 
aklltul lemteiship- In an al 
lack. 


Art Gallery 


Greater Victoria 


A Vital Part 
of Your Community 


Canada Permanent 
Mortgage Corporation 


# Lectures 

• Picture Rentals 


# Exhibits 

# Concerts 


The first financial organization in 
Canada to accept savings deposits 
and to pay interest on them/* 


Children's and Adults' Classes 
in 

Painting — Sculpture 
Weaving — Pottery 


ESTABLISIIKD 1855 


Tb^ \fw Ontennlal Wing Brings to 
(ireat^r Victoria Caiuulm'a Fincut Art Kkhiblt« 


VICTORIA BRANCH 
714 R)RT ST. 

MANAGER. W. W. E\'ANS 


AnnuaJ Memhemblp t.VM Musa SL 

Open tn All — Daily F.irept Mondays 
Non Membera' .\dmtsakMi TV 





isi i«« 


At the Turn of the Century. 


“A> IM>f:rKM)KN T N».V\srArhK. IHK OIU.AN Of NO * I OJt K OK FAKtA 

Uiittfin'ilth \nir of ( tnuinuoia lUihlirnlion 

SETH HALTr.N, Pubh-hor SANIHIAM VAIAW.^. KdMor in Chi<-f 

l*ubluh.Mi r^*T) inornlnK rK.. pt b. II..* < ob.nUl FuMUh^-m l td. 

• I *6.0 OfMiKlK** MrrrI. Mtlorla, B < . 

1 HI H-sOAA . m ( FMKEK 11. IH'** 

Confederation Complete 


T oday Rnti-ih Columbia ii:i‘c‘^es 
prarrfully aiul. IH us aild. gnu t- 
fully into th^ eonfeibTaled I'mpin* 
British North AmiTi<M. l'»*rliaps a 
uoulfl Im‘ moip jiicifM*! to jiut it Ihu' 
Ti)da>' thn rfmfrrii:islffl of 

Ihitish North Amenta stjvtrhf' t" 
the vhoies of the PanlH'. •’ulin'ii* 
limpid water-' ” to (|Uole the p.xiii’ 
languaiie of Mi'- •! SiKMieer rbnmp- 
snn. ’‘lase in baptismal welenm*- the 
brow of the ne\\-iK»rn Pro\iiHT whieh 
forms the la.'^t link in the Irans- 
ronlinent.il chain- the la-t ‘iiitf in 
the ronsh'llation whirli is destined 
hereaflrr to sliine biiphtly in the 
northern hrmispheiv “ 

Today tiie giTal M-hemr of ( on- 
federation in Rriti-h North Amen.a 
may Iw* regarded ns practirally com- 
plete. It is true that t\\o islnml- of 
the Atlantic li’iinep Kdw.,rd and 
Nowfoundlandi still sianrl aloof lint 
Confccleration can get on without 
them mueh Iw'tter than they i.in eet 
on wilhoul it. They will ^<»'n 1 h* 
found sueing for a union the\ ha\e 
thoughtlessly spumed. Tmlay Mrilish 
Columbia and Canada j«»in haruN and 
hearts acrfjss the H'^eky Mountains, 
and John Bull tfie vounper stands 
uith one fotil on the Atlantic auil 
the other on Ihe Paeifk with his 
back to the North I’ole and hU fa<e 
looking southward how far wi* will 
not now venture to pn ln’f. 

l>'t the larger pt-'iin:.'. 
which we f'cli'hn»te t/Ml;“ t«' *'\m- 
l)o|jc of a union of parlie-,. of pui (»ove 
and of netion. Iv’f the p<‘Mr.ii* of tuis 
Padfic FTovinee ai-ustfan thinn* 
wives to think of the Dominion a 
wcond edition of C»reat Britain, and 
let all learn to regard eacdi "ther 
a band of brothers u[*on whom h ' 


desolved the honor and the respon- 
sibility of laying the foundations of 

empiiv. , . , 

Tie-re is a feeling m the minas 
,,f -.ume ihni th.* liay which cele- 
tuate-. the mifitials of British Co- 
luinl ia and Canada at the same time 
,-i‘'('bi at**s the «liU)n-e f»f the former 
Mom the paivMi empire, and this 
feeling ma\ tend to d.irnp the en- 
lhusiii--m of such as are the sub)ects 
of it. and we readily confes.s tliat, 
dill any ground for the idea exist. 
\M* would syrnimthise with the feel- 
ing It is i-aleulated to beget. Not only 
is there no ground for the id»*a. i>ut 
Ihe revere* is aelually tiiM*. Instead 
of the union we celebrate weakening 
jMirids which connect u.s with 
Hip parcuit empire, it will impart 
addiliofial strength and vitality to 

ih»‘m. , , 

it will lele.sM us Irom the veu 
t;jpi* iind sealing-wax of Downing 
-^Mri-t it is true lull tlien. it will 
draw- iis nearer to the throne. It will 
du more. It will draw together all 
the jK-upb.'s of British North America 
into one lommon brotherhood and 
tM*get 0 national senument. a senli- 
inerit more truly Brite-'h than would 
l*e eomiialible with isolation and di.s- 
...ub-iii. the union we celeiirale 

in* sugge•^llv^‘ cjf a drawing together, 
and while joining hands with C'anada 
in the grand patriotic work of build- 
• : ^ 111. a -od British Kmpire on 
lie- i'oniinent. let us join hands 
a-M.r.r our-elves in a friendly hut 
firm re-idve to l>egin our new fKili- 
lii.il life n united and harmonious 
l.\ed for the purpose of making 
Bnti-h Cnlumliia what Nature 
d,‘Mgii.-d her t.. be Ihe Quchmi 
P rr»\ince of the Dominion. 










\alo fimi Conino nt 

The Etenial 
Feminine 

B> It B. n. 

AuKiisl li. Ut'-i-A 

ma^ ha\e la 

C making a I**'' i ^tei on taNl'ioite 


An oiiion iiyo- h n vd 


I'he Residential Gem of Canada 


in wuitu-n 


tjt.-- ami cnmmi’nimg 
Iwcau-r we bavf 


The Abdication 

licceiiilier 11. PKh> 


T T seems but yesterday lliat “Ihc* 
only lawful mid rightful I.iege, 
I^rd Kdward the Kighih.” was pne 
claimed amid imfuvssiNc si-ri::- of 
lici-aliiic pagcatiliA, Today he is lay- 
jng df.wn the scepln*. sotting nsule 
the (Yown and p;is-.mg on the regaha 
of nfficx' to one who in turn will 
beexeme • Ihi* onlv lawful .o'd rightful 
Liege. I.oi'd Ci<v»ige the* Sixth 

Tliere is no parallel in Britain'' 
royal history for wh.it h.as hapinmed 
It B idle to draw on the pa-t f*»r ain 
prognostications ;dK)iit ttie future 
An net of nbnegaiion ha-- taken place 
\shich will bo \ariously interpreted 
It is spoken of as a tragi*«ly, i>ut that 
\% a word nut of place in the cirnim- 
stanees. The words of the monarch 
in his renuneiallon. th.nt “the huiden 
which constantly rests ui«m the 
shoulders of a sovereign is so h«'.iv> 
that it can onlv l>c Ixn-ne in r imim- 
stanccs different from tliosc in which 


1 now find mvself.” must l>e accepted 
as indicating that the derision was 
i-i*;M‘hcil t»v luniM'If. 

The anxious c\r»c<'tancy that has 
Iho«m 1 c <1 ovn the Kmpire for the past 
-,\- ek is at an end. It wa> a |M'riod 
throbbing with exiM-clation. filled 
with ‘Of.il hope, and al<o with a 
nir.r-oie of despair .d>oul the out- 
lomi'. The coursi' of King ?/iward. 
..-c.ii-dinp 1“ his own words. i> de- 
hv whnt he b*- ;- . to be the 
i -1 ■ fi'.r Ihe >-nd.iliiv nt the Throne 
md K'Upire and for lb'* ba[»ptb‘’"" 
my p'’0[ile.*' *I'h:d i- the intenHela. 
lion that will Im- .M .i jited h\ all io>al 
«nhj«‘<ds. The great fkipubrity of lii.s 
Majeslv makes it one llial will i)o 
learnwl of with the dwpest regret, 
but the -.ime loyally which was 
mi-tirdcd to him nml to his revered 
lather will be tninsfemn! unimpaired 
to liis lawful and rightful jaiceessor 
to Ihe great office. 


Who Is Who? 


••y.ffONr)F.RS will never re 
W VAlthof vGllI l!ic “lM\'>tc 


’’ Neither will the “m>'>tcnous 
wa\s" of this g.isrinrcent e\er b.' 
fathomed. It fii-^t ea^C- an impeiie- 
Irahle veil over all il‘ act'-, ^el- people 
to sprculalmg upon .iiid •‘gue-'ing” 
at ll-s policN . then winl.s m Ha- dm-' 
tion of Downing Str'-ct. and • ilN il-- 
myslery. diplnmacv 

A few mr*nihs ago we hiol Mr. 
Young sent into Hie r*»unci| ; ai ting 
treasurer; t<Mlay. he •-.invN Indore ii*- 
clothed with the aulhonlv of aelme 
colonial s<MT«*lary. ’I’hrre Salunlav-. 
nco that fnnifiil meibum of imblie 
information, the (lovi iirnent 
(bi/cMc. announe.'d that Mr Ct -d 
Ivnl reei'i\ed Ihi* appointmcnl of 
B-sisianl ■oluninl seri-rl.in while 
Mr. Birch lias gone lii*mi' to <p--;i 
during his Uxive of nb-saa'c, at the 
Riiffcrlng eolon\ N r\pen*^e. the title 
of t'oloninl ^nreiaiv for ibiti*.h 
Columbia nt the end «<f hi-^ n.oi.'' 


.Inly mr, 

r.^sr ■■ Ajc we not a favored people? 

Th<'<- <jf stale, drawing 

'***^'1* voMi!'. '’‘in li'im Mie fiublic tent at 
i.Hii ’ To' wondet' the lacteal ief>o*'i- 
ipene- K alm<»'l di.\. How all three 

pfople man '-'e t<' exl'*l ^*n the meagre fare 
is for therj-.-eWo t.i -ay. Thai they 
do live, '.f.mehow. Is plainly <i‘cn. 
But what b the u-e of all this 
m\vt.u-v'* The goveniment. w»* have 
• •id. tails if iliplomnry. M'he |n-ople 
<I Mr. lns< v«'l a more homely term for it. 
ai tiiig • Tb’*' <all it ' fiulhng the wool 

ore 11*- osi'f thfo- e-.t- " nnri ns they cannot 
«clm-e -.:v- thioueh the r--ft cf»\rring. they 
iinbu'-. are exlremiMs anxious u> know 
public whether they are paving for one or 
riu-nl three .iflieuds when one ought to 
Kt -I Whether Mr. Birch has 

'111 of '*ot-.i* t»fi half-pay. or lull pa\. or no 

while pav at alP Whether Mr. Young 
draws nil Mr. Birch's salary or only 
at the |\df of if* And how great an in- 
le title has been made in Mr, flotid’s 

ib'dish -alarv to enable him to support his 
.oi.e n«-w dignity'* 


Jntrrprrtinf: Uto 


Gettin^^ at the Boers 


G FN. Bullfr has lakpn ihc couim .m 
liniMO'cl iSw fip«ii,'.g 

the enemy lf.ch:i'«l tq hnM l-o";;- Nch. 
h.is croKsrd the hf.oiidjij i iq ihi' 'li.ui' 
vaul in th»* of Wstibei'-iiis’-m. 

lie will m lhi> •■•.av gei hi il»e If ^ • n 
|hp »ear amt oo then lefi f.-n -nni ti-n. 
ppl lliem eiMiei t'- U'-.n' 

clM-umslantes \rr\ tn ‘ri-Mr. 

fir 10 reliie fn»m U.i- 'sek tii.il ltrt\e 
the line of rallwiC of, ^ .r, 

General Robcits is Uo' 

VaattnveiN > m iv >. tmr .... 

vaoce guartl uorlei (ien trenrh i.s * 

ah«»ul -la mile- from la** Vaal He > 
oretipytng the ver> posHion vkineh H w.. 
alleged the enem> pmpoaed In d* Ytul M- 
in Ins enlumn fmrn ihr ra 
treme iipht of the enem* ana .s 
ducctlv in ftont of them - ^ 

that he believes them m w- i,:;! i. i-. ;i 
A<i we p<i1nted out o- a fi'i.-.. .o '■ > 
Hamilton la «1» cb-.-ang »'■ l»'r - :.n 
line and this ronfnm* jie. ti.ai »hr 
•nemy la in full rrpe.o 

Flghung l» reporied from II 


>Uy ih. 

I .m i: - IS *oriect U K diffu-uU to understand 

, , ^^l„. u. ii' .---f -ru M»'ih\n-n iul'.iii.e 

^ ^ lisve ln-i"0 M*‘4i H"Uia hut we w»-re 

ioIm tiMt the fn. n.> bad alica«K i“-'’n 
<li • • n fo'tr. l!,-> I'oini. 

ii::’-m. di-sp*'. '•! annoiiurMt a 

‘-n l.ii.-r f. j.i- tif cn,i Wi-|r .«• Guy 

- r^iifl on O n *• •'! iJ.' i';;;:-' fi ni 

lo-irj' VV ‘ ’ “t b'’d 

I.I- •• ;r.g - Ibift 'O the map. i)Ul VVol 

I, rt\e rr.,-..rv,-taU : .*r"oU .Tt miU-s n«oti.e.«st 

fi.m H"|’ ' d vhrie we Insi h'Nud of 
tS« Xt. ihuen 'U’o fo.«e relein-d to i« prob 

i,r ...-. . i,i\ , i t :.f M.aiiuen and its pte-a'nre 

, II, rr.- irdu.':- - 'n,o he pl-p..,-, - a fonc. 

He 1 »,M,. with HoIh-G - the t o-o State 

II Ti,c !-k i*p”t! that the 

id M.' M.ifrkinp iTlief f. :-; : .jpfiitnd 

Hr O ” 1. !t \er\ goo** thing {.tke w th 

V ;;=.w nun !i allnw.ince 'Die d fiom 

I I . . . ■ [• > lo Johannesluii B i* IBh mdea, 

,1.. ,u<l it ^<'!V unhk.-:-. •i-.ai a forre even 

ir I. > .if -•'d me»i V Mild the di-tanef 

- :in in 1l>r ‘iX da' tm.e Mafekthg was re 

Ml the i,. .. .: II rould be dot e ^.f^l)lll«e holwe 

i to wait for confirmation 

ha. II befuit ar;vpiing the atory. 


thvGnpoo. oei-au-e ,j 

a«k»'d b\ the last pe.aun m the woild ^ 
I,,jm whom h a .equest mitfht 
l-ive l.e»M> e\pe. ted to .somrlhmR 
^ -jb’.-t A-. -Id tr.i-fd , 

uho “f '''■ *' a 

welUUnken m i'Ul whose ^ 

naluial facuiln's base tnC be* n m>- ^ 

paoed in the shghlesl (H'Rn*e b> the 
weipht of those yeais and \sho HUl 
hum* 'Thnie tv mm*' of beaulv's 
d.niichtei'. with a niagu- like to thee, 
like mo-o nn ihe waiei* iR thy ew«;i ^ 

vok-e to mr ' tells us he wa* .shorked ^ 

h\ u sight he -saw on the of ^ 

Victoria a f*-w «fiern«>ons ago. 

• * * 

We shall not enier inlo detail* of 
Um- maitnr ns it was told tn us S *f 
iK-ient for «»ur purpose i% the stafr- 
meril of oui frientl "h was jM.smvely 
immo'lest " 

In connection wiiti Uti-s matter, 
thru- l* another noteworthy faCt. 

all the enunsma of la*hionx 
in women'* dres--es come from the 
mnuUis of TTi'-re men. a'ld from mere 
men who me well siru-ken in years 
I'he heads rf the rhr.viian rhurches 
have thundend their an.-Uhrmns 
against modem fashions Some of 
them have even exehided from 1’ie 
vervu-es of the rhurch ^wnrshlpivr* 
they ronsi.leied Immodf-stly dres-vd 

* * * 

ratdinal Gasquet. an Englishman 
holding the position c*f lihi.inan at 
the Vatican, a few day ago told 
esershnrh In Knglnnd who h.id . .arR 
to hear and . - ■ - to read tii.-it -'he 
failed to see what further nothing 
women can dl^e.-ud In mv opinion. 
Wtc* they to gO out WUhout any 
rloihes at eU they would tv f.»r less 
repugnant to pc-.pU- of g"CMl t->sie 
Theie is more -uggeslior. .-»i»'-iit the 
fhmsv doihmg ilv\ ".far ’V---- theie 
vsiiold he In rompteie nudiiy I 
ualke.l in the fiaik »tie oilier day 
tu’hmd a woman whns* v.a c ut 

in.terenilv low In the hark. 1 f oled 
ithsolulely to see anything hrnuliful 
shout her apine ' 

* ♦ * 

Of course. It would tv untvroming 
upon our part to comment ujw.n the 
Mimments of a pi inrc* of the ehmch; 
but ill mil old fnend who i* n'laelied 
lo Ttie I'olcmist l•sl.lbll‘:•.menl. we 
surely mav sa\ *omeihinc : : : ’ In 
I this .olumn a f**" d-i's aro (*uAe 
I '<<'11 eves agaiovi Pip ' ighi «»f ttliPga 

, you do no! approve of VN’hen g^y 

• iii-aiutes scantily aisaycd appi<»4'-h 
>0*1 avert your eve* and p.a ■ them 
b\ on the other side K.jshion.ihle 
< ladies do not adorn Ihem-etves to 

5 nttraet the eyes and to win ’he a*lmtr 

niino of elenrs ctr old d»iffeis Ipe you 
and me They do nni « .sre a huUon 
f.ij *he thunders of the .-Murch eiiher 

Thev S.vk the approval of the 
ycvrig felloua and th-- fai nm one 
of ihr \nung fellows ha* appealed to 
tis to iJennunra ihe feminine f.sshions 
c*f the time 


T HK "'in who r:in siand on Beacon 
Hill on d biighi aummei da\ and 
regaid the maumficer.l piospet-l 
spieiMl heloie ium unimpressed by H* 
pcif'-'.tion of heaoiy ii*--ervei* to be 
ii..>c'd With the nu'- ing link. In 
,t; i.,.?..- aw.uG Ilie happy m*Mtal 

rtllO srI d W I* iM filling W<-ldS 

ij. V.fioi.a Ttvse aie ao 

vaiiecl itIuM'e in ’he nipd 

rhangf- **f shn*le ai-d «' lor wio-.ght 
b\ t)ic' deft si'i'iii -.hific;- of .salure 
I'.-i iijf'l? the ru'-’ skilful 

at M'l iiMtl «lnv*‘ 'tv mosi fa« ile w riier 
t<i di’spoir for Words in wnuh to r-.ri 
VC i iheii *plendoi. 

Viiniri.1 fiom a ilimailf and 
,s«-c-t.M- point of view IS Ihe rruel <le 
sitalcle lesideniial <-it> m t .iinula. 
.sheltered, hut m*i w;illr<l in h\ nwnn- 
fatn*. s.'vc'te storms are pi.u!ir.»Uy 
unknown and 'he rhm.ite Is so 
acjiuihte as tn tie enjoNuldc at alt 

Sc'.C'.i li 

TIu-.se fiict^ ate s*i vv*-U esiahh"l»*'d 
amt So well appienutc-d ilmi iiuiny 
faimlo's of a-o-'iied inc*>nie li^ve 
r>iiilvlisheil tlieitisc'lves in end about 
Vo ioiia. their fine houst-. ar.*l «-xien 
Sive well kept grounds adding mueh 
to Hie heaiily .-md ptosiafiis .ipi«ai- 
noee of Ihe eUv Home buUd ng C* « 
p.issmn wiih Vitton.-ins nod then? 
are feu bu--io.-- • nten nr Jmlismes 
among U-.e old le'-ideni* who fin not 
own liome'ie.*d> 

An hitei Gually X'lilmia rxli.biis 
some s'lanpe comiiusIs A gi.snd 
sioM# oi buck ll•*l<J^'n'e will often 
Iw fUnked by a iumhl.*down wooden 
- rvivnl of the enrlv d.i';. wtih 
too-- iciven'il rixif a n 't weather 
ci.iinc-d wctll- 4n r\, -.. .r jvihaps in 
Hie piMpri<‘t(o of Ihe miii'*s*on. hut 


Jantury 20. tl»0l 

h.ime with all the wcutl implies and 
ihCM’fore pricoles* to tlie ”<dd 
umoi ■' whu 1ft dreaming away hi» 
remainder of life wUhm it* w^Us. 

For *uth anomalies Victoria has 
been called "shabby and tawdry 
b> eritain hvpi'ivritieal soul.- but 
Jiii-ts a:.d ioveis of the quaini and 
picturesque declare them dehghiful. 

'Die husiu*'- stieelft aie wide n-ul 

run in le. tangle, and aie - •••• 

n».i. ndanu/i'd. a f«'w : e hio*' p.i'i-d 

„ - i;.-.-ndi'd »:• --'-nd tv,; 
to all and the -.id, .C.ks i*ie “f 
nu-r.i fl-ip' .^'fd IhMlil The >l- := ' -iie 
mvn.-rnus ;::-d well souk.d with 
gr.Mls of all clBsse.v, alnioM any 
aitule Hint ran tv I'mnd in Hu* teiail 
rsnihh-shmeriK ..f lavndon. New Y«uk. 
ot Monlre.U lan he- purchase*! tier*- of 
eciual qii.ihiy and at little ad\.m< e in 
I osl. 

^w.-iv fi'»m the is-niial, li'!^m.-ss 
p.ij|»..n of the niv the sticet.s di> 
laid *mi wiih a charming d»siep.*rd 
for the ■•itio;:- c*f modem * il\ m.<k- 
mg and mm- a di-mui lelief from ihe 
nu*nul*in*ss!« <pia*lrelatci.*l» of tlie 
average new world lnwn rh*-re- la 
something ftugge.slive of natural 
s«l**.tion in Ihe mlruaie m-i/e of 
highways and bye wayft hinimg of 
woodland paths and *t>unir> lan. i. 

Thi—e Anadian hve wavs fur*'i«h 
x\hol.".*«me enpwmenl l«i the jvclr- 
Ihe c-y* list and hor.vm.in ‘.•.luie 
eseiywirbio about the nty the ama 
Icui'of pimhigraphy fin't* » bewilder 
mg aeleelion of "bits ttiai all too 
su*ju exhaust h*s film r*>il. 

Tlie ...burh.s of Victoria are In 
Kec-pmg with the ciu in p*i;m of 
uHiail..:;.. ; ' the r*>a*ls tvmg g*-n- 


Their Finest Hour 


I N’ a siirnnL' rhmax l** hi* analjM* 
..f t) .. war *.ii*i-iti<»n l‘nm*' Mini'' 
u-i Wiri'ion rMitt-hill brou ’‘-t "v 
Uid.'ii Mouse nl < -inunoo- l" 

|* c l VV tlie f'liioWiiii: • "t 

•U‘..*l Gemi.il W'-iia-.l rahed 
Ihe fki'Me of Finn*e c. .... i T’le 
B.*Hl«' of Bniain i.s uluiui In b. gm 
f>|i liiis battle .U'fuieU 1t*e :.:u-.:’.al 
of rtuislirin *e.!l: .•-.-•n 

■•fpon I' il> penilK i*ur own ftici'h 
Kiiipiie. Die whole fuiy art! might 
of Ihe enemy mii«t ''rv ;”*ph tv 
lurned iijion u* Ihilei know* ne will 
h.i'e lo break us »n this i.slnml or 
|«ise Hie w ->r 


June 19, lb4* 

,il>M* B “I* 

Vtini'' Knr<)|v may he treed and tlie hfe *if 

! ihf- w.*il<l m.v. move forward mto a 

sui.lil uidan-K. hul it we tnil. 

* the wlH*ie woiM inrliidiiiL' the r**Hcd 
;i..-. - amt all h»^*‘ ^ 

' The 

of a *iew ft.iT- Age made rnme - 

". ''-f ""■* 

the -• ds of e iviverled ft ie*M'e. 

"lyi us. liiFfifuie, bl.ue our- 

iiught -;d'.:- t duty and hear mir- 

i,n ^-iv,- that if the Butish f.*nm<*n- 

le will we.iMh ao'l Empire laM for a ih***i 

,nc| or * -.'I >ear men will Ull *ay; This 

WMs their fin<-st ti-'ur 


The Reciprocity Flection 


Of rourse ihere l« anothiT fti*te to 
Ihe quefttion of hi di*‘ss .Nome 

nf Ihe young ladi*-s who appia* on 
the fttreaia are cpiUe dc-mun-ly an*l 

• ••■■ be>c>minglv elad We *•-»" rmr 
of them a few dov* ago and o*ir eve* 
fnlh-wed her until fthe wa* t>v far 

• >ff for the e\»H» ro *cv .s^he was 
i lnlhi'd i i M.irk blue and her rinthirvg 
wa* eul in areoidanc-e wuh the 
fashion ordained bv the chief' of the 
Salvation Army On her hea*1 was a 
bonnet similar in style to the horriet* 
wnin b*. nur gi^af grandmnrher*. 

And vet even In the case n( this 
young laity of the .Salvation A*mv the 
inna'e or the Inherent rc»qurtt,simess 
of the "eternal feminine' asserted 
Itself The bonnet was ad*»rned w-ith 
a red ribbon that our great grand 
mothers would never have thought c>f 
wearing arwf that red ribbon was tied 
In such a way on the bonnet as to 
impart a piquant charm ’o the fresh 
and fair young face of the wearer. 


'pHE overthrow of the Ijiunor rmn- 
^ jftiiy i* in the uaiuie i-f a r«— .ulu- 
Imn. Ttie *.nl> iMmg tn the history 
Ilf the i ai all i'» 

ll Wrt' ll'.e ovi-t'hMiW of th* M-' 
kcn/i*- .ulministraunn in 1*1““ To one 
who - 'biwn and aii*mr*= 
,»<i.il\/e iH-m*. ‘ -1' one 

M,n..ghi st.»o.: mil • cnns|.i.'..riuMy 

ih.V foi the time being c-.r;;.tV..ng 
l■l•^ IS I'lftt sietil of Th.«i thought ks 

trmi de*!.re*l f-.r the Km 

p.ie a- i*g.*insl the I'nile.l S'flim 

In their be.sri* Hie n*t, N - "f 

le. ipr-MitV weie (iKOiaved when 
pte-nli-i.f T.ift ipf.-rmed G'mg.. 

• ' ii .‘-.ss nctw or nevei for if fe 
npio-es wfte «l.r=-.-.N-d fan.* da 
tv • - ll In a tie.ncl ti> «f wr,.i;i| 


Gentility 


\*»vemtM*r 21, 1W2 
To the V.ditor: Will >*’'0 please m- 
((*iTn lahoreis h-'-v long •: - H-al 
T B Humphrev ■ taken ' de 
-iTip'ion of "a gentleman ' as we see 
h*m in evei.ing Po*. ; and ’tie 

d...d in the these . 

pajvrs give of He .svsa'il* t-i 

wmrh Humpioei'S abuftecj ihe man 
who came to ctisiiain f*»r the r“'N 

. : -2 as how T B H>.-.'pbreys 
f|*-s«tibed ifi tl.i Vfriei'- in- •* a 
••laborer" we nor>e of iin*iersfand 
Ihi* su*1den change of pentility 

y.-—'. Workman. 
(Wr giv* It up bd.i 


Sepirmber 22. H*ll 

iior rmn- c-ver^d from England around »he 

a r.-.ulu- w*uld and ha* k to England This 

• history was a challenge to the mnnhoo*! of 

.*i«hl.- to ranada. and after ihat hart been 

lb. M.-^. Ihrrtwn down there was nothmg <ise 
H Tonne to h.- .-.ic idercd. 

mp'= to Tl*ere . an.iiher I-> -'H of Inter- 

ofie -'iTriitcr that mu«t rmi be 

picuriuMy f..rg. it.-n The pl-ple *.f Hie I’niied 
tV..ng h«vi- heert ftlow' In b.-lic vr 

nought ks ih.li there *nuM hr *uch a thing a' a 
r Ihe Km ramndunn nationality Even Hu-vc 

S'al*-*- wtio were prompt to denv a dc-*-iie 

Ilf for annexation, tviir-.eil th,vi ulii 

•d wlien mah-ly H’*- ahs‘>rpii»m of « nn.ida hy 

r’nng.. ■ the Repuhhe was Inevitable 

for If Ti""- r.'idrt not r : .•? of the 

- a n a d a ex - *• "- *■ 'd two n.-*H., - htir . on tJii : 

.1 vir,.i;d r*.- i,: e'’* sj-r.arate fm th mr>s» p.irt 

by in\: »b]c lines. When they ha*l ex 
:--rfl Hu-lr own g»ea* fc fm'n-* 
Ihrv tvlleved the-- l.ad only to torn 

to H .i.- r.f Gani'fa 

^ When one ihliiks of it what the 

please m- cana*lian people did yesirnUv '-v- 
M . H-al ordinal)' thing A nation of a 

•n :• ' de jn,j, ,„oie than eight mihion* of 
4<t we see thf. have rej*-. *ed - offer 


ei.iiiN so gncxl es lo make driving a 
j, I. rtlihmigh m summer, ilur- 
ir-^ : -eg dry >ihIG the* duft' avsci't 
ll-sc-lf lu ao aiihuymg *l*'girr VMK 
Bay, G: ‘ :ll*'vvor. .'soarm-h, E**pil- 
fneit. C«'l<lsti. m. (’oI'v.mh! 0*rd*'va 
'Bay. ahdin.ii.y --G:.-: -* ,;;han points 

are favinitr tesuiiv f*«i picmc and 
diivit'c p.ki'... - 

V|. i.-:a r IS '• — ‘'.•re.l fr«*m 

■'I p»: ' ir -l =' V- * 1 -I with 

I ;c- and w.ue- 

•:..*;iln*n to 

a l.,i . lie. I and '"can 

.... .n;,-.- ; null-! iM*si "‘ whi-ie 

Die i.iigc, O - . . ' - ■•'•d »»‘*ti'P* 

load .i»id dr Hicir •;**£*" • i* 

i*lso w*‘ll pr.ivided wUh wliaifag^ 
laciliii*-s 


< .Vi iiditi ( nni vo!* 

liarnacles on Hull 

August itwi 

Mr Beav*-*! ....... !*• offne with 

the p. r r.f a hatnarie to the 
h'.;ll i.f .4 -"lip <*r <1 viaifl'h in a ro- K. 

The woild I' * tiall«-i-n»-d to pimlioe 
a'loihei instaru'e wheie a Ix-.iU’n nml 
d* nmi:ih.-*-'l premier who .niint* hut 

fi -;i sup|v»iicr* in a house of 1’’. nn m- 

t- .- tveo f..*md — I • , -s ilU"-* 

of hr obligato'iis ;ui.|er Ihe c-onslitu- 
ll•■f* .. lo cling to pl.i*v* .in*l ivwer 
im*t.-r -.mllaf . u iini'-ianre* The gov- 
eii.nienl Is o'*w Hie p.nrrnmeol of a 
mu'oriiv Tlie p*‘uple h'\«* dereled 
against d The Aiioincy genetal wa* 
ele. ic'd hy dl*-g.xl voi.-s. and Hv I*rn- 
vimiHi .vcHTClarv w.ss rlefinite*! yet 
• uh ‘‘lUiimie ti> hold nff.ee dl*|vnsa 
the r.-‘.«-n-;:-' .inti iimd'U't the public 
hii'-.nrs-. A « lear<-» assumption of 
powei was nevei henr*l "f 

Sucking Ejjfjs 

June II, tfllA 

Some fairly lively things have 
been s-uri ab.iui .Mr. Konsevelt anent 
III* sp*v. }i on Eg^pt e'pocially in the 
Ei; -. pit-»n p.qvrs tuil Mi \V T, Stead 
!’. ; . pr**i*at.|y tap(*c‘d Ihe * limax l>*e 
as Ihr English p:*p»-rs are conrertu-d. 
■iiid h.- thus ileliveis himself tn the 
JS-v tf**. of Kevi*-vvs "Sii'ie f tried to 
leach my prandmoiin"-f h«iw to mck 
e.;g- 1 have not aivn anything quite 
like* l». From Hie viewpoint of a 
nr' -ift ll is absolutely beyond piai-e.'* 

Baron Manchausen 

July IS. IM'2 

Oor reader', will nmrmher that 
vve -'-iii.eii a slu.rt lime tia*K an im* 
pn-ui oamed Wailaie. w),o had tvi-ri 
h-i ;.’,»r I’pjvr c'i*fift«!a '*1' Itlilivt* 
t "!orr>bia. Api>-.: ' ntly ihere is moneys 
I,, rv rn.ide fi\ the ojvration. for wo 
nb'*-r\e that a Reverend Mr. Mih*‘r 
z- . In Ihe field le* lurmg r.n Hu* 
rr.iintry Tlo* reverend siui.. • rr..i-i/ 
nf our i.-.s:‘.r r= mftv reenllecl a« ha-- *■ g 
HvM here for - lUHe over a .ear He 
was .1 . .rivniec hy trade and work'd 
i He at«n dahb'ed ir^ 
phoiogTSphy a business he knew veryt. 

little about and pi*.fessed i** be taku-g 
view, f-r a hut he tiever 

failed to inir**dg'e himself as tht. 
Kev Mr Miller, broken wlf-'led «"'i- 
unable to prea*-h. Nevertheless h*e 
n.f-aslonai:\ relieved !. sho- H monl- 
c.*js stf.ni"' '• by a fr-'.enf rush f*f 
rant and v;*jM.r . Idenly he il.s- 

.SPIN'S. fp.m ’ Ihi* gav ar.il f. -i; • 
1.. turn lip In Hie foimfi >* 
rr .- I I,.- . WrKi) a* a lee: 
tmer on RriM*ti '‘nlumhla ar*d \',.n» 
^ rc. w. -• r I'l.s*.d W'l*h H;i'- i.>iere'- f 

^ p.irH* iilar«- fnrn Hie reverend h'/*» 
lu.-. hiogiaphy our readrift Will 
p h;-.c a keener r*'liah io enloyr what 
he at-c.wi iKi- country. 


Valid Ration Coupons 

of renp. - ly Ttom a na-V'n of IWemher 17. IMI 

rnillionft 1’ w;.- a magnifheni V(I,\k tu ’o t'» -Book •!'» 

avseiHon of lal.-uNl ftpin’ for at Nos 4 h to 4T -Iv cam,.' g 

many people -.-'ed for ten ‘ . Kl lo MO Bcn.Ic it*. 

piocity. ll IS d»'uhf|f - ir'ie that pot .n., uiin. 

*.re am.ng tt*rm wm:M disrUlm rKr.SF,K\rw * - 1 ‘o. IR « fV-K 

bei-g animated by- the spud of h -N.r 17 to .T»’ - B»v-k A .vl 

loyalty to the I,nH«ti Empire and i** .'VI 'F - ' u- N expiry date- 

the faith m the future of the (".rs III TTF.K ''OS fiR to H9 '(oup»'r't 

d-an nationality which inspired the. bee, me valid In pain every two 

majority of the coruUluenciei, wes?ks». 




747 

FORT 


Kitchener Deals Death Blow 


Olil^ dolonliit Victoria. S.C., TKor*.. Dtc. U. IfS* § 


Dervishes Crushed 


left and centre of the 5»<)uda a depresaion and withm the 
nene and wired the rocky emt rone of a withennfi (tom fire 
nence and the Ksyptlana fiom three hncadea. with the 
hitherto held in reserve Joined attendant aniUerx Tlie de 
the fiKhnnK line. voted Mahdiata airove heroic 

4 * * ally to make headway, but 

In 10 minutetf. and before every rush was stopped, while 
the dervishes rould drive their iheir mam hodv was liteialh 
attack home, the flower of the mown down by a lu.siained 
Khalifa’a aimy was caught in deadly cross fit e 


\\ IN''!' 'N I'Hrni'Ht 

... he was there 


LONDON For “the woman 
I love," .Mrs. Hailk* Marflrld 
Hpencer King M 

ward VIII abdicated on Dei. 
II. as a climax to one 


Names 


Our keputation is Your Guarantee 


completing the roui o the 
deivishes and dealing a death 
blow to Mahdism. 

Roughly, our losses were 200 
while an esiimafwri 15,000 of the 
dervishes were killed and other 
thousands wounded. 

Ijisi night the AngloKgyp- 
lian army encamped at Agiara. 
eight miles from Omdurman. 
The dervi.shes were three miles 
distant At dawn our cavalry . 
patrolling towards Omdurman. 
discoverwl the enemy advanc 
mg to the attack in battle ar 
ray. chanting war songs. Their 
front consisted of infantry and 
cavalry, stretched out for three 
or four mlle.s 

rnunllcss banners fluttered 
over their masses, and the 
copper and biass drums re- 
sounded through the ranks of 
the savage waiilors. who ad’ 
vanred unwaveringly with all 
their old lime ardor. 


time 

The year lO.lfi was a momen 
tons one for Britain and the 
Empire 

On Jan 20. the beloved 
King lieorge V died at .Sand- 
ringham, and was succeeded 
hv 111 # 42 year old Prince of 
Wales. On Oct. 27. after an un 
usual courtship, Mrs. Fmeet 
A. ShitpMtn ohiained a divorce 
from her insurance agent hus 
band 

The King’s ministers, le«l hv 
Prime .Minister Stanley Bald 
win. opiMised ihe marriage to a 
twice dtvon ml woman, and ihe 
abdication followed a historic 
hioadcasi to the Empire by the 
King. 

The Duke of york thus be 
came King (Jenrge \l. while 
Fdward was to be known as 
Ihe Duke of Windsor wilh the 
title of Hu Royal Highness 

The marriage look place on 
.Tune .1. IW, in Mnni.s. France, 
first In a civil marriage and 
then hv a Church of England 
clergyman who was banned 
from hl« pulpit as a result. 
Wallis Warfield became the 
Dui hess of W indsor hut the 
1li!e of Her Royal Highne.sa 
was refused 

The event shook Ihe Throne 
to its foiindation.s and the 
Kmpue was divided Into two 
camps 


KENT’S 


Victoria's Oldest Firm 
Under One Family 

Salutes The Daily Colonist on Its 
100th Birthday! 


soluble and conscious of my 
duly to the Commonwealth." 
Princess .Macgarel on Nov. 1. 

announced that she 
would not marry (inmp Cap- 
tain Peter Townsend. Some 
newspapers charged that the 
beautiful, young princess was 
the victim of brainwashing, 
snd millions of her subjects 
irnainly womeni grieved for 
her happiness 


MOHANDA55 (IHANDl 
, . . as.sasiiiti s bullet 


DUKE AND Dl'CHESS 
OK WINDSOR 
, . . the Throne M*cked 


MOSCOW Aichiiecl of Bol 
she\lsm and builder of ihe 
Union of Soviet .‘^lalist Re 
publics. Nikolai l.enln died 
Jan. 21. 1924 


UaSHINGTON The North 
Pole has been conquered. The 
US Navy announced April fi 
loop that .Admiral Rolverf E. 
Pearv, on a sixth desperate at 
tempi had achieved his goal. 
With him were Matthew Hen 
son. a Negro, and four Eskl 
mos. 


At 7 20 the enemy crowded 
the ridges above the camp, and 
advanced steadily in fighting 
Immaiinn At 7 40 our arhllerv 
opened fire, which was an 
swered hy Ihe dervish riflemen. 
Their atiack developed nn our 
left, and in accordance wHh 
their natural laciics. ihey 
swept down the hillside wiih 
the design of lUshing our 
(lank 

The withering fite main- 
lamed for 15 minuies hy all 
of our line fiusiraied the ai 
tempi, and the dervishes, 
tvalked. swept towards our 
centre, upon which they con 
ceniraied a fierce attack. A 


CAPT ALFRED DREYFUS 
world outraged 

PARIS Public oiHiage that . ^ 

swept the world forced the when he was knighted hy 
government on Sept. 19. 1R99. Muern Klirabeih. He was suc- 
to pardon ( apt, .Alfred Drey- (-(.^ded by .Sir Anlhpny Kden. 

(IIS. after he had served sev * * * 

eial vears on Devil's Island 

wtien he was unjuslly a«<u*ef| PRINCl-rro.N, NJ. — Albert 
of betra'ing French milUarv Elnslein, 7fi. ihe Iheoteiical ■ ^ 
secrets Emile /ola and physicist without peer, died 
tieorges riemenceau led the „^re on Api il 1« 19.VV His hril- 
fight to save him. After being p,,, 

reinsiaieri in the army in I9ti6. ,r^*.«rch path lo 

Iheyfus served m the Fiisi ,|omic h<»mb and ammic 

World War aa a lieutenant j,j, iheory of leiativity 

colonel. opened many new worlds for 

• * * the physicist to explore. 

NEW DEI.in India's great « * « 

leader Mohandas K, (.handl, v a« .r..r 

wh;, (o„Bm lor h,, .oonlr,’. tounOoO 

froorlom '"7''^, rro.l0r„. wnh.mMrKlnlr.,.1 

rtirrt wtoro Iho hul p,„Amori<’.n Kxpo„Mon 

, i ?oi«' ' ■'^P' « •«" ■n-' 

Jan .*1. 191". I t warn Inlet' 


jriSKF STALIN 
death In the Kremlin 


H. S. BARNEY KENT 

MAN.AGKR 


HERBERT KENT 

SKt KKT.ARV 


AUBREY KENT 

ritKSIDKNT 

SERVING VICTORIANS CONTINUOUSLY FOR 

OVER 96 YEARS 


WASHINGTON For lenor HARWELL. England .Se 
ing directives president Harry ^urttv oM he West wa.s shaken 
S. Trmnan on April 11. 19.51. ; .u . »» m ... 

fired' General Ihtuglas Mae disclosures that Dr. Klaus 

from his widespread Fuchs. Orman horn rcscfirh 
command* m ihe Far East physicist, had been giving 
where he was directing the valuable atomic infoi maifon lo 
Korean SN'ar A Senate in- Ru^aian agents since 1912 On 
vestigaiinn lauded MacAr- vf^ich 14. 1950. he was sen- 
ihur's ‘Veal for viriory hul lo n years tn prison, 

lamented his imperfect Itason * ♦ * 

with Washingion ..... 

BERI.LN In a i‘ompromi’‘e 

* * * move In restni p quiet In (ler- 

WASIHN'fJTO.N Behind ihe yi 

largest p/ipulsr vote ir> I S J 93.1 became rhancellor. The hiavery of ihe deivi'^hes 

* * * can hardly be oversiaied Those 

'HFSTFR NH carrying flags, struggled to 

on 'charges of fir«t a few hundred yard,, of 

lurder on March 9 fBhting line while .he 

s Dr. Herman N. mounted Emirs absolutely 
41 Up had been 

WHh the merev kill charges. 

rs .Abhie Bnrrnlo. !S9. When the dervishes withdrew 
able cancer patient, behind a ridge in front of their 
ing air in her veins, camp, the whole force marched 
■*e was later restored, towards Omdurman As our 

* * * iinnps surmounted the nest 

urn' kv News •'ilbining the Nile, the .Souda- 

.h, m,chm,l n r . h "" V'". 

Frh,„„v nt 10^ >*« '“‘■J 

.,„rv ol KlovH I ■-7'nM i.ndrr “I • 

m .-i»nd C.vr v«hlrh « " -f 

,r,M nr„ hnr. R,lt 

r,. or , n.non «o,r <•( 'h' in 

.. Collitl-. diod »,lhm 'nm.ko, Mipirmorttorl 

ot tho oolr.n.o A ">'• 

VHlI th. -hi*v. Klo>d 

ha* he«-nme a part of A mass 15rxxi situng bore 
n folklore, and is •till down on ihe Soudanese On 
Kitchener swung lound the 


VICTORIA'S MOST MODERN APPLIANCE STORE 

SEE m R UNIQUE V\IM>OW DIHpl.AY 


BP'.LGRADE Kailv leader 
and hern of Ihe Yugoslav par 
ttsans Gen. Draja Mlhkallo- 
vHch, (need a firing squad on 
July 17. I94fi. for alleged 
tienvoii. Death of Ihe (’heinik 
leader gave Yugoslavia Into 
the hands of his wartime rival 
and executioner THo. 


EsI. IfMI'L Almost 100 Vears of .ServU-e lo Vletorla 


NEW YORK Amelia Ear 
hart Pulnam, whose exploits 
In the air earned her world 
wine fame disappeared near 
Howland I«land In the Pacific 
on July 2. 19.T7 

HHiimmiMiiiiiHniMmMiiiH'i'iT'i 


World’s most complete transportation system 

salutes the 


Over the Years . . . 

Serving Victoria and Vancouver Island 
The Old Established Maycock Optical Dispensary 


VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 


100th ANNIVERSARY 


Th# Empr#tt Hofal — Victerio’s TouHtI Mogn#l 
and Local R#nd#iveui 


Focus of a year-round vacanon paradise, ViCToria's ivy-clad 
Empress Hotel is one of ihe finest expressions of world- 
famous (.Canadian Pacific service and hospuality. The stately 
Empress is surrounded hy colourful gardens and has 570 
rooms. You’ll enjoy beautiful salons for dining, dancing and 
leisurely lounging — reUx in a huge indoor pool equipped 
with Turkish and steam baths. Truly, you'll feel like royalty, 
when you stay at the regal Empress! 

For sight-seeing spectacle and convenient travel, Canadian 
Pacific's British Cujlumbia C^sastal Steamships operate daily 
between Vancouver and Seattle, Vancouver and Nanaimo, 
and Vancouver and Victoria. 


|U>'<Al.tt WAVCOr* 


NEW BEAUTY! COMFORTABLE GLASSES 


0 V 0IA — The Fmpresi of Britain, the Empress of 
and ih« Empress of Franc# form the White Empress 
luxurtout liners linking Canada and Europe. 


★ PRFSCRIPTION OPTKTANS 

★ KVE EX.AMINATIONS BY ARRANGEMENT 

— Bt IMiET PLAN AVAII.AItl.E — 


® V AIR — Fast, modern airliners to Furope. Hawaii. Australia 
New' 7.ealand, .Mexico, South Am erica. The Orient. Fly Britannia , 
world's largest jet-prop aircraft. 


DISPENSARY 

LIMITED 


5 "One Pmpot* — To Serve You H''ll Z 

I 1327 BROAD, at Johnnon ' Phone EVergreen 4-7651 | 

EiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiHmiMiimiiMiMiiiiiMiMiiinMmiiiimmniiiuimiiiiiiiiiimmiiimiiiiiMM 




C (Calanlsl 


»n ihf .Miarl**. *iiff**rlng hr»\7 
itri I'lkinc an avpiup* 

nt 40 arroM (he boaol. 

rhr nei loss was $1 per *hare. 
S<i hrav> wa^ (he volume of 
(lading *(ha1 (he (icker «*• 


o yesier ys 


maikei. 

rrash in New York hi( (he 
Toronio Standard Stock and ^ 

•w 19.»9 Mining Exchange Tlie clean 
a( St.'ti. ing mil of maigin accoitnix 
Klertnc during (he pani few da>x haa 
>sed a( force<t pnrea down (o le\ela nHhi»hei» *•»»! 
Mulor^ where large x(oplos« mder* 
low of came into (he maikei. de- 
off 7'i i»rex»M»B piice* s4Jl further n# .»r»* 

Jeise>. Following (he lead of (he i» 

lused at major laxuex. prarnrally all w.. 

■slcH-ka on (he board weie hit ua*a"»i 


it look platt* in a short spate of a single hour, 
Scores of leading ahaies 
tumbled 8 to 30 pomi* a ahaie p«.mf» to a n 

during^ the wildeat and must |„w at $KHl and chi-Mtl 
panicky condiiiona cxp<‘n- off Id. ilenerai 
eaerd in years. Muie ihan |„„,he.| $JJ0 and cl 
Ihiee billion dollai* in pmiei jjjj (Jencr.il 

valuea dlNappeared In Ihe ruicf selling ai a new 

inlerxal beween 1 and 3 j;i3’i, dosed al Jjd. 
u'cioi'k. Siundutd Oil of New 

In view, of the high maigm luudung STh), c 

, requiremema and the extra- off 7. 

I urdinaj^ riae in ah.ti« piicea 
since May. Wall Street dues 
not con-*>ider irreparable 

damage has been 

the hours 

the 

sutvHraniirtl 

' gaina for short time, 

trading along a 

«naip hciir 

and equip- 

radio 

plerdy confidence 

and a of aclling de- ^P^^^^^B||HpE 

velnp<>d In the last hour. 


pre.s-s. government apd civic offirial.s wiilihinc the 
black gold spew oul of the deplhs into the sump of 
No. 1 Leduc. Since Ihi.t discovery Canada's oil 
reserves have increased 4.T times. 


The historic l.ediic No. 1 \tell struck oil on Feb. 
13 1947. and laid the foundation for the vast new 
western Canadian oil and gas industry, now spread 
out from Manitoba m the east to B.C. in ihe uest. 
Tbi. Imnertal Oil oicture shows excited oilmen, 


NEW YOKK Powerful fi- 
nancial miciests .struggled 
with a panic stnrkon public 
yr'.icrday to .tave the alo< k 
nl♦l^^•^ |ri*m ccmplcir demor 
aliz.omu and wrir finally ai*'* 
!•• - hPCk annlhrr hr.ldlung . 
i.ip*c iff prices ad Haling 
fpitHds were once inoi. 
broken. A loul of Id.llU.O-IU 
shaii'N i-hangiil h.iiidv a-- com 
ll.OCd 10 the pMWlOU-* K'riiid 

f lOrtchrtI las I 

ThumUy 

jluiidiiHJs of atoi'ka ipdchcil 
new low levels for thi- year, 
many selling at quaitei io 
half of ilo‘ir nn-ord high 
levels, i-siabli'^hed (luting th'* 
jM.si f(‘w months but a «ui* 
stantlHl tally in the last hour 
d Hading reduced final i-ei 
lii^se* (o little more Ihan (wit 
lhl»d--i Ihnse of yrsierday. 

The first fatality "( the 
crash of the secuntie.s ap 
- }>caiei| in the f.illure of Jonn 
J. fSelt. a private floor trader 
un the riirh market. 

News was laigely favor .ihle 
rs .stirel reported r\crpii"M 
ally f.ivoroblc eaimngs f"t 
thliit qu.irter. neaih appr«*xi 
inaiing those of the .s(M‘»'iw 
quaitcr which set a new lliyh 
.*T(ud for pe.Kv lime ojxMa- 
tlona Holh t's Sietd anil A:n 
mean i"an declared exiia livi 
Mends of Sit 

I (.’all money renewe*! a.s low 
as 5 per cenl for the fir-»l 
' lime this year, but later 
III H f’rice rnnvejnenta Meir 
highly (onftjxing 

Weslinghouse Kicriilc dlop 


7 Mjiiisrer of lainds and Mmea. 

weie present when nil and gas 
■‘1 - <hl the "niacoveFy 

fom Ihe Qj what may be a new 

I officials 
iiii-d »aid 

spma of '"KR-s farm 
» an> lua The well is on .Mike Tarfer’a 
nada oul farm. Hy road It la about .32 
miles from Edmonloti -fl 
Including aouth (o la*due. seven west and 
Alberta five north. 

•'ll has excellent prospects, ** 
taid Walker Taylor, production 
manager. "When we aridi/.e 
C I It may show indiraiions of 

being considerably betirr. It 
has the best poaaihlllties of any 
\ well we have drilled in W'esi 

em Canada out.side Turner 


City Banks Set Lp 
Ctearins: House 


rkiAt fnm l\f (lallrr^ e{ r.«f»4ii/iflB 
Avm/ rr«/«f i» IfuirNW. 'l0f*ntp (n*«nr in /tff/i 

tiOt tun Main in/i'rn<arHr haailHt fnt S'if ratJt, 
imip t i»f u »4iing la Ik* Quftn i fr^nt**, tUlaua 


We’ve gone fishing lor facts 


\ hankini; clearing house has been exialilisherl 
in this elfy In Ihe Bank of British roliinibia 
btiilrling. 

The returns for the first week were 
making It the fifth largest clearing house total in 
Canada fur that week. 

Other clearing house totals were: Montreal, 
SII.^.7I0.'»0.3; Toronto. $H.HH0.70«; Winnipeg. 

Halifax. Hamilton.^ StkW,- 

2Hf>; Vancouver, $;>87.(»<M: Saint -lohn. S5.‘>7.:i't.. 


cxlriisiv c fisli siiK ks and iiow valuable 
ilicy arc as a basic food resource. 

l*bis work is carried out through 
die daily and weeUy press; radio 
and teles isioti; maga/me«; ediica* 
tional puhlicaliuna ; recipe pamphlets 
fur housewives; exhibitions; [>erma- 
nenl fishery displays; film and 
himstrip ahowingv. and illustrated 
educational talks to fishermen 
and consinuers. 


r.diKMiiuii and iiifuriiulion is an 
iiujxiriani part of the Deparlmriil of 
Kislicrics’ work 'tclluig tlie facia 
alMMtt (..m.icld'i lishing imiustry. 

i ish are a great national resuitrce 
. . . vital to this country’s economy, 
('anada’s welfare— which means 
\iu>\ -dt|>emls on keeping (licin in 
plentiful supply. *1 he educatiuual 
program of (he Departmenl is 
designed lo (ell Canadians what’s 
iK-iiig rhme lu preserve the niUoii’.s 


Department of Fisheries 

OTTAWA. CANADA 0* XI 

Hos I SK&u; MAciiAs H r. uisiiid 6ioi« s cvAis inrurt mumt 


IMI rhlpman, commi*sk»nei of the 

HiuWms H.iv rompBfiy. who 
winch have m the cUy on ihis 

for some lime tmpuiiant mission for the past 
IV In the ac- days, 
he Canadian . .. 

Company of IMt’KOX KII SKK\ I( K 

tereti in the Uffictal iiiforinuUon is to (he 
c Navigation cfb*ci that a gi.-atly impiovcd 
«iervu’e will he inaugurstcd h\ 
ils of the big Ihe acquircmcni of fast up"* 
E.'d by C. C. dale vc«’<eX in iiin herween 
Viclniia ai.d Vancouver, and 
from Hntish Columbia ports to 
• jSkagway. 

tt It also meniinniMl (hat no 
^ ' bonus in consideiallon of euch 

A improvpil service will be asked 
* for hy the laiiway company. 

OfliriaU of Ihe companies In 

/ ■ 1 leiesled in the big deal, seen 

t § !*'• evening by Ihe Coionisl. 
s • A s • were disinclined lo give oul 
for puhlwailon tins morning 
• fmlher infoimalion as lo lU* 

> has obs4*rved tads of the nitangcmcnt whn h 
enicrpii'-e of has been aiiiv.'d at, or the 
fiuilz Mining P'*ns for the fulme. 
e glad to learn Tlie announcement will lie 
ment have de hailed with great •uUIsfaclion 


From Rngland 


('lothlng 
firy good.s 
tJin 

.Stationery 
Tnhaico . 


Ale and p*irler . 

Blankets 

Boon and shoes 

Brandy 


Beef fi(v1 

Bacop . 41 U*6 

Fmm Pugel Hound 

Cal tie S 9‘'..’7t 

Lumber 15»T.’2 

From Sandwich Inlands 

Cnlfae . % 1,67.1 

.Molea . .. .. V'lO 

Pulu . . 2.WW 

From San Ftaoclsi-n 
Bor.'s and shoes TIB 

Bulltr , 77 ’ST’I 

Cigars , 9H.110 

Kxpiess matter — . 119.^A2 
Flour. ... ILM.7V2 

Tofal Imports H.5T81I 


Yessir Mr. Smith, like lhe\' say. I’m from 
Missouri . . . Hrre you como out from French Canada 
change your monikci to Cosmos, and start 
telling folks you’re getting out the P'lKST newspaiHT 
. , , maybe that’s .so and maylie 'taint. Doggone 
iffen me and the rest of the panners 
on the river bank didn't get together and start 
wondering . . . What about this hyar 

British Columbian. Seems we saw 


Sheep 


Opium - - 
I'lanos 
perfumery 
Tea - 


.New York .Ylarkel 


it first. Course, like my daddy says, 
somcbfxly’s alius gotta bo first. So maybe 
' >ou tillirums on the island were first. 

, , , iffen so, C'ONtiK.V'lT LATIONS. 


Britannia Y1 
Bicliesl in Am 


rannsoo 


June 1, IKTk 


(i ina V 

Cp" V* 

c«)« 

a ntMvnr* 

»*rl«l 


VANCOrVtK .Mining mei. /\/f#/| 11/11 

arrived In Vancmivei Ihi.v week 
10 examine the Britannia mine | * • ■ 

and oee for ihem-ielvex if the ivti'llCS 

■.epnaiional xionev regarding ^ 

,h. properly ... trur DlSrOVCrcd 

They have pronounced It 
one of tha richest mtnea In April 15, IWt 

EDMONTON The richest 
<;OOn OP«R.%TION deport of rad'um in the woild 

It IS slated by the pre«.'n( he^ at Orcal Rear l.-ake. 1 20o 

owners of the property (hat miles north of Fdmonion in 

owing to (he exiepnonal facili- the Nmihwrii Teuilone'^ R 
tiei for handling the ore on wa.s dl«rlo'ed yesterday bv 

Howe Sound they will be able Dr J. A AMan. head wf the 

lo run the mine more econrim- depaitmenl of ct^*ogy at the 
irally than any similar propooi- Lniverxuy of Alberta, 
lion now being operated in On ihe ha«ia of «ample« ana 
Montana or th# pnjvdnra of tyred. Dr. Allan estimated the 
Brltlfh Columbia. . value of the ore at $8,600 a ton. 


Victoria Slmk F.\chan"e 


DAII.Y NKWSFAPKR ON 
B.C. MAINI.AND 


ow I 

a)»«iri 1 ari4 

|nr*«>«pn- 

ae C«v»»r 

r»'A«*i|«n Oats 

L'trv* /ii7i ?mr 
X rts«i OMti* 
Oimh.p- r*' OM 
S'aniitrd 
0:«. irr Ci»n 
e-*'*l«rrt r*nt 1 
a»rt ciiff 
8n»w,i«rin 
ai'-'tn S'kf 

MlrrAfll 

CaaUUu Maiiovl 


t> emn LATION TO 

Tht Valley of Progress 


NEW WESTMINSTER 



, «»< M ns M ^ ws r»-^ Mt Ml «s ^ «s ^ 



THE DAILY COLONIST 


FOR THE 

BEST SERVICE IN 

% 

• Heal Estate 

• Insiiraiicc 


• Rentals 

• Property Management 

Consult 




L|fV«ITCO 


909 GOVERNMENT STREET 


VICTORIA, B.C 


Telephont EV 5-3411 — 24~Mour Service 


Ri p ped Open hr i('vhvr» 


Snillt Cnlonliil Virt.ri.. » C„ n«r... D.c. 11 . 195 « ^ 


Titanic Sinks With 1,635 


Vojk ol the Cunartfr Car- 

V JinilsJl * piactickliy even' '*oman »iKl 

* ^ I I'lutd. w.tih ihc oNceplioh of, 

xi ^ \ti*n !»#) /o UViltnS who refu.sotl to be W?jwir 

Mvrd 

April IC. HII2 BAND ri-AV ri» 

NEW YORK E'alc of the majority of more than The survivors In the life- 

200 I'. rsons on board the TiUmc. which sank early bo*i« mw the *ripf stricken 

’ ‘ i'^"L , ^ , heard her band playinR "N«ar 

remains in doubt. ,'hn.i. >r« accounted for con- >r My God to Thee." saw the 

It is feared that more than doomed hundred* on her decks 

l.SOO have perished. Nearly all those snd heard their ertea when the 

A wireless message from , -re women and chll- vessel plunged ... 


John Johnson a seaman 
who inanne<t a htuits oar.’totd 
how oMiiS'rs and r.ale passen 
gers stood unaitaid awaiting 
the inevitable end. and how the 
lifehnais Mere towered and 
how husbands and wives said 
their Jarewells 
"WTien the signal was given 
to tower away wme ot the 
crew pressed lorward." he re^ 


mg cr> came thinugh the meg- 
aphone from the bridge It 
was Capt. Smiths voice. 
Steady you BiiUati. 

“Even man obeyed and 
f.u-ed death «*almly . . they 

remained at their posts and 
dieil like men" 

Eiom around the xuirld the 
pxclamaiion* of horror and 
sympathy are streaming into 


I . a—.K# ’ 1 1 heard her band playing "Noar 

alns in doubt. ,'hn.i. >re accounted for con- >r My God to Thee." saw the 

ts feared that more than doomed hundred* on her decks 

l.SOO have perished. Nearly all those *nd heard their cries when the 

A wireless message from , ,re women and chll- vessel plunged ... ^ 

(he White Star liner Olympic, dren " midnlghr 

remaining Hove to the scene Aboard ■nianir were at least ^ and^^waron the 

the disaster vays of six men whose fortunes might ^ second*officer 

.««ri., be reckoned in the lens of . ^..h 


List Minutes of Liner Titanic 


the passenger*, mostly women 
and children, have been picked 
up, 

W Al.l. BAISKD 

Afler the fust call for help 


bridge with the second’officer 


Ai1i«l I’ccreates the terrible srrne 
when I he liner TItiinir sank off New- 


foundland with 1.63.'> pajwengers and 
crew members going to their death*. 


AMer tne lusr i^u ........ u j-melting and Refining Com 

from the Tiun c p.ny; George O. Wldener. son 

,ieamer.s of ,he Philadelphia "traction 

around, "hal »ri m« to have , .... 


Uho in command Sud 

million. ^ ^ . Col. J*™" d,„|y hr ahodlad. Port your 
A.lor and hi* brll'. hrim.' and I «lld but 11 wa, loo 

(.utgrnhrim. <i'>h “I Ih* l.„, wr ..ruck .hr .ubmrrerd 

“o‘ ", ,b P*'""" h*H . . . and 

who foundrd Ihr Amrriran ^ ,1^, 

Smrilinf and Rrllnint Com 

[.any; Grorgr D. Wldrnrr. son P^ 

of the Philadelnhla "traction \AI.IANT < RKW 


around, wnat seirns .u .>9 ^ Straus*, one of 

been an impenrtiablc wall of ^.^8 prominent 

silence was rai.srd. . ~ M tcmiiv 


The Royal Oak Shopping Centre 

(irects the renders of The (olonixt and extemU 
conKfatiilationH to their nc«spji|>er— now eelr- 
hratlnt; their IlMlth Anniversary , . . Omie and 
S4>e iix sometime. 


I Premier Davie 
r Dies at Home 

S Aug. I. IHK» 

Si At an early hour ihis morn- 
mg. Hun. A. E- B. Davie, 


The giant liner seems lo 
have gone lo her fate without 
n word of what must have 


merchants: J Bruce Ismay. 

president and one of the 
founders of International Mrr 
r-anlile Marine i he was saved ' . 


« - 4*aiTUIr ivioi lur Mif- * 

fernmi^ tTe^gMy ^^oi. Wa»hmgfon Kof^hhng. non 
on her decks qj builder of the Brooklyn 


Pirmifi of the Province of uved 


on her decks 

in New Ymk White .'^ur 
Line oftinals a-lmii that pmh 
ahh only 675 i.a'-Ncnger.s of 
the 2Jhi) on board have been 


nOffi rKOSnV. Pharmacist 


PHARMACY 


5 Hritlsh Columbia pas.sed peace 
w fully away at his home on 
2 Michigan Street. 

■ In the death of Hon. Mr. 


A wireless mes.sage from 
the Olympic Mid "Carpathia 
reached Tiiamcs poMtion ai 
daybreak and found boat.s and 


Davie the province lose* one wreckage only. The Tilanic 


of its mo.st gifted men 


sank about 2.20 am. All her 


Do You Want To 
HEAR again- 


the way 
you did 

BEFORE 

you lost 
your 
hearing? 


Bridge. T R Thayet. vice 
ptesirtent nf the Pennhylvania 
Railway; Clarenee Moore, the 
inieinattonal Kpori.sman. and 
(' M. Mays, president of 
Canada's Grand Trunk ranflc 
Railway 

\l(TOKIANH ABOAKI) 

E Pnmerny Colley of Vic 
Iona was among «he cabin 
passengers and with him was 
one of his staff of surve.vors 
for the provincial government. 
Ceorge Wallace 

April l». mt 

Mow the White Star linei 
Titanic sank off the Grand 
Hunks on Monday morning, 
carrying to their deaths 1.6.1S 
of the J.34<1 aboard. wa.s told 
the world in Its awful detail 
tonight on the arrival in New 


Rods (dttim 
So(nd Takon 

June t*. lA.Ml 
TOKYO — The North 
Koreans rlalm their force* 
have ocr-upted the elty of 
Seoul. rapHal of Snulh 
Korea. In the fifth day of 
(his explosive war. 

The hroailrasi followed 
earlier reports that South 
Korean ImnjM, baikt'd by 
lM»mbfng and straffing 
I nlled Slates )el fighter* 
and light humher*. drove the 
( ommunlsl Invach'rs ha«‘k. 


Best Wishes (o 

THE DAILY COLONIST 

On lU IDOth Birthday 

.Authorised Dlslrlhiilor 

Ml LTI-f EEAN METHOD 
H.OOR ( AltE 

G.C.fl. JAHITOR SUPPLY 

70 RROl t.llTON 


r.\ i M14 


Complele Prescription Serv ice 

ROYAL OAK 


FHONK (iK9-.Mll 


Only the arnazing new* Aerjustlcon CIO Stereophonic 
Hranng Aid acientlfically correct* the hearing of both 
your ear*, to give you hearing the wav nature Intended. 
Thlx ts why million* of the hard of he.vnng will he able 
to hear again, as naturally as they once did before ihey 
lost their hearing Phone or write for fiddet 

And with eonrralmenl nexer before i»oasihl«! 


2 pm « pm I acousticon of victoria 


rairh ka Bay lllgiiway and M es| Kaanh-h Knad 


Suite 102. 710 Vate* .Street, \ iclorla 
THephona KV 2 4 S 24 


irauss. one of f^r the unparallelled 

>Kt prominent »elf sacrifice and heurism of 
Bruce Ismay. (_'apt. Smith and the Titanic's 
one of the officer.* and men the sea would 
rnalional Mer have claimed a greater toll. 


Municipality of Esquimalt 

I 

|| Our Congratulations to 

THE DAILY COLONIST 

ON ITS 

lobth BIRTHDAY 


COLLISON PAPER 


LTD. 


Wholeiale I’aper and **latlonrrj Hralrra 
2filS ADRA ST. AT KINGS 
Phone KV4-1IM and KV4-U85 


We Congratulate 

THE DAILY COLONIST 

OKI iT<; inn vfar<; of service 









t B«iIm dolontii* VUloru. B.C.. -Hiiir... Dtc. n. 1W8 

9 

Golf'n Creaipnl Comiuest 

m 

Bobby Jones 
Just Breezes 


liifr Ifert Thomas 
Comiuers Strait 

( lulv H. I9.Vi) 

B^rf Thomas Jm**! Ihr “um'om|urnibk'* Strait 
of Juan tir Fuc*a today. 

In ju*t o\rr II hour^ Kert forcrd hi* tir«l 
hodv through the IH mile>. of hliMMl-rhilling «ater 
from l-Ullr Hik>U to KM^uimalt. He lande<l ju*t 
after ft a.m. 

He t>eeame in hi* wav a* much a champion 
in a* Sir Kdimind Hillary. This wa* indeed 

the ••Mount K\ere*f* of Hwim*. 


Patrick^ Second Stanley Cap 


Cougars Win W orld Title 
By Walloping Canadiens 


* * * 


Si-pt. 'H. I OHO 

MERION CRICKb:T CLUB. ARDMORE, 
Pa.— On the famous east course of Menon. 
where as a shock-haired, youthful phenomenon 
of fourteen he first appeared in national cham- 
pionship compt'tition, Rol>ert T. Jones. Jr., 
yesterday completed the greatest march of 
conquest in golf history. 

* * * B\ ihr Mfip margin of 



h 

Ire 



r f4 


BORRY JONES 
"Nil world* left to conquei • 


Lfirrtfssp 


Cilv Wins 
World 
fillc 


R up and 7 to go, Jones . 
hi u * h e d a*ide 22 year- 
old Eugene VsndeiponI Ho 
m-n«. of Knslewnod, N J . to 
wm Ihe t’mied States amateur 
rhamptonHiup and score his 
fourth siiatght naiional vtr 
iniv lor the \ear the ' grand 
slam" of golf. 

There ate no mote golfing 
wot Ms left to conquer for this 
Atlantan, who made his final 
tiiumph look sj* ridirulousl> 
eas\ that the wonder is he has 
not been doing ihis isort of 
thing every year since he first 
began to scale the heights. 

EASY TRU MPH 

Rnhh\ s triumph iMla>, after 
a solid week of compeiitinn. 
was hy far the e.isiest of the 
quarletie he wnied to sweep 
ei - g )n sigh* fop t h e 

campaign of 1010. 

II was just a hiee^e hy com 
parison with ihe haltles he 
; waged earlier to capture the 
British .\maieur and the 
Atneiiran Open 

Theie was diama and a 
'Urging, ru.shing. and at the 
finish an unconiiollahle nowd 
of pet haps l.SnOO sju-citiors. 
running wild as they sought to 
see golfing history made such 
as ma> never he rccoided 
again, hut there weie few if 
an> comjieii'ive thnil.s to a 
final mairh ihat was just an- 
other hig paiad* for the all- 
conqueiing son of the South. 

Kt Sit 

Jones was feet awa\ from 


f' 

oJ. 



Fiimmis l.im" (!minl 

Had Jack Dempspv movrnl quickly to a neutral 
comer at this point, the Mana5.*a .Mauler would 
have reRained hi* title. f»ene Tunfiey is down and 
hadlv hurt, hut Hemp^ey's delay forced a "lonR 
miint” that gave the champ time to reRain his feet 
and last the round. 


Davis (Jup 
Eludes 
City Pair 


July 19. 19IS 

l.ONfKtN fcliiglamJ In Ihe 
ojrening of the tmal of the 
challenge l>avi* Tennis Cup 
rouruts, yesierday .Mi'ssrs Sch 
wengers amt Powell, two of ttie 
Canadian playeis. went down 
to defeat at the hands of 
Mi'^sis William* and Me 
Longhlm. of the Cniterl Stares. 

The t'anadiana. hoih of Vic 
tniia. B(*. weie defeated in 
Utaighr sets. 


Percy 

Does 



Taxi yfiixt Imprtnc 

Declares Dandurand 

(Mari-h .SI, 192.5) 

The V'icloria Cougars became hockey cham- 
pions of the globe last night when lister Pat- 
rick. manager of the local tribe of puckchasers, 
leti his team to the second world's title under 
his direction, and the second for British Co- 
lumbia’s capital city. 

n»e Cougars clashed under C/uimns 
Kajiern rule* with the Muni- * 


LESTER PATRK'K 
*• . . . I promised ’’ 


ams 


Again 


leal CanadieriM in Ihe fourth 
giuelling conflict in the 
worlds senes. wallo{>ed the 
t:asiern highlights b> the 
most decisive count of «ix 
goals to one and captured the 
co\ eted i a n I e j Cup. All 
h'in<»r to >he hlue and gold 
sextette, »ay Ihe fans. They 
' have firmly demonstrated to 
the hockey realm that lhe\ are 
a super aggregation, and lead 
' ers in their piofesslon. 

That the Eastern team* musi 
I Improve their standard of 
playing if they hope to wrest 


Ril)l)ons 


•Cl) 


Series 


May. S. 19.U 

Sensational marksman.ship, 
coupled with a stonewall de- 
fence and all round hrllliant 


Gallant Dempsey 
Floors Champ 
But Timney W ins 


the world'* hockey laurel* ,p*mwnik. swept the Blue Rib- 
Aur. 2, 192H from the West nest year or In pon* through to the Canadian 

„ L , fiiiuie sears was the stare Mens senior haskeihali cham- 

AMSTERDAM— \«»siei'drty wjll be long remem- • pmnviup last night, at ih« 

bored hv OJvmpic official.* and contpstant*. af. well u ..-de U mghi to me gsmaasium They de- 

sportators. The crowd that witnek.sod Canada * triumph Colonist hy l.eo Dandurand, Windsor Walkei villa 

in the 200 metres, the crowntnn of Percy Williamk. of genial director of the t’ana Alumm. K.asti*in liile hnldeis. 

\'ancouver. as the champion at both 100 and 200 metres, d,^ns' fortunes following the m the fourth and final fixture 

has never iWn equalled in the history of the Olympiad.*, or the battle at the at ihe thierout of five aenea 

I Watching the games from mVckr-timriblid siia.ght 


Watching the games from Willow* Arena. This was 

m. on, ... .m- ^o,n, nu, by .h, V.c.nru c.uh, 


xrrdu'l fin Ihe ViriiniH (pim- 


SKin’. ’’S. 1927 


se.'ond itiaU. Ihe semi final* 


\S Ilhams' 


S01J)IF:R'S ElEUn. niU'AfJO — (iene Tunney. expel lenrort track men of 
the man of desliny. stiD is heavyweichr champion of 
the world, but his cj-nvvn \ya* penlously Hose lo tieinR 


'*• """ Jones was feet awav from toppled f^m his head last niRht hy the RallanI ^ni-St STA.NDS ALONK 

w,NMPKr. Tn,Am,„ur ,h, , nn .nd PuMM ^.4 (nr of thn old «amnr J»ck Dnm,..ny, m th^ ^ 

. «f Iha hi* four A hush fell over the sporlncle of nii time. coi ni 

La. io.se Champi* p iiemendnu* nowd rovenng Tunnev s hand was raised m rt oner* in the '*0( 

World «ta\f at the (oast. The , he hill* and knolls, the wood* he end of a alash rules cnmi*elted the fighter veteran 


vy’lNMPKr, The Am.sieur the i*up and putted 


raised m 


pressed by the Canadian brilliant perfonner, who Western Canada League .ham- leiie and gives them po.ssession 
srhnolbov alight of stature. ju*atce|v ever named inten- pmns against the invaders. of the Monneal .'>|*oi ismen * 
with dark curly locks, fmging s.vely, ^ NOT SINCE l»lt for the'ensu.ng 12 m.inths. Dr. 

his way to the front fiom the worlds eiealest sprin- J A Clllespie. Vancoitvei. pte- 

ellminaiing heala through the ** when the Seattle cluh heat the «enied ihe sijverwaie lo 

«-n.-,nrf msU the aemi ftnali .yi Montreal Canadtens m three -chuck" Chapman. Ribbons* 

.,.-ond IM,U. m, *,m (inai. „m, »». h., (h, (nllnwinR 'll, m.nh, 

and the final*, ivpo g se.-onds ftai world's championship been «rnid a gieai ovation from the 

expeiienrod track men of Vancouver hr)y pul for seeuled by a Western Club parked gymna-iurn 

world fame. ward unique eneigy andmoved (pe Victoria Club The Ribbons win mai ked iha 

wTANiiru At ON'K place 10 yaids from year I* all the more m*ie close of the greatest Dominion 

Ihe finish, a great burst of worthy on Ihat acmuni The final ever staged Etchimg wuh 

Yesierday speed rallied him to bieast Victoria team m the 1912 1-3 (heir harks to the wall after 

reached when WlllMms di« ^ decisive winner. reason, not only won the ho- their fust game dcfeai. the 

posed of the ” As Wihams slowed down the nnrs ..f the PTHA h»i* alsn locals came bark wiihdeiermi- 


and the final*, di.sposing of fti,i 


reached when Williams di« 
posed of the second *ei of 


sen m ■ In ih» 'iflO AS v\ I nems 1-Ai ,i... . — - . 

slash rules cnmi»elled the fighter veieran runner in " demonstration broke and it obtained the world * laurel* nation and confidence and took 


- me niiis ann annii^. nir y,ptr,,v at the enn or a siasn • ic,.«_i»inr« wstchina nrmonsirs'inn - - 

Victoria p-oundatmn team «nd fairwax Homan* putted . - smashing battle, but only vcoiing the knockdown to go rneiie* . peria »i «»« piohahly Ihe wildest Ihat hy trimming Quebec. Eastern Windsot m three siiaighl. 

. .. .... •_ ,u. ••iIa trnm -XO fs.,1 Ih* Kali rolled • tha pnlirMCe lo his corner before the count the youngster weie amsren iollowed an Olympic vie champion*, at Ihe Willow*. When the final gun *oun 


proved their right to the tiUe tmm 20 feet, the hall rolled he had the murage his corner before the count the youngster weie followed an Olympic v.c- champion*, at the Willows. 

when they derisivelv defeated *"‘**'^’ and fighting power for a sen «'arls. Briti-shers of aH -h.,juriMv I'm gratified at 

, „• - shout went up from the cinwd ^tlonal finish after being pari* of the Empire. Irishmen. ,u. .,,rce** of ihe I’ougar*. ' 


when they derisivelv defeated m.s-m, s.v. - lighting power m, . 

^ ,* - shout went up from the cinwd national finish after being 

Ihe Winnipeg* li to 7. a Almost Instantly iheie was a knocked down for a count of , , . . /> * / i'iff 

Rlxer Park on Saturday after- for the gieen and „tne m the seventh routid bv \w(iniulPrS I Olfl "“jj M /* 

noon in the dr. iding game of Jones I>mpM»y'a vicious two handed 

the lournameni. in whn-h the Tvxenty deep, as man\ of the attack ^11 • ¥ I* 


When the final gun sounded. 
I, Ihe crowd. esiimaie<l at oxer 
I.tkio. jumped from their seals 


«f Ih» iimverse was *pecialor* who could )am Only one semml. In the 
* ^ themseixes about the scene, seventh round, separated 


at stake. 

In defealmg the 'Peg* hx 


stood to watch Ihe la-i axl of Dempsey from the greatest 
Ihe gieai Jones' drama of 19.10 victory of his caieer. and an 


*urh a lop.sidrd munt the vi* and lustllv cheered the quiei achievement no other ex cham- 
«,u, «,m, .,n.-kv m,n ..m >>-• knn._k,d P'"" 


one of the greatest displaxs 
of 'he iiaiinn.ll g.ime that has 


the siaitshcs of golf groggx' Tunnev. hark on hi* feet slip 

...cn 


In hi* unpiecerlenled sweep 
ihiough the British ami Amen- 


head and weaiheii*d as stormy 


Cliisox Indicted, KI.AtMiK MT.II ngn. mt-r- Ribbons on iheir gi eat w m. 

Tlte Canadian having proved *nd well deserved the sucres- \y'ini|sor pul on a determined 
htmself one of the gieaie.s' ihe\ garnered in the iKing minutes with 

k II £\ - 7 L/ -.pi inter* of all lime he. ame pkOMP<K KKIT ho|ws of sending the sene* to 

I lilt ^PI^IP^ Ihepiey of thephologiaphers. „ a llflh game hut Hie K.btH.ns 

lJUHI \/llt kJV I IVO who draped the Canadian flag *en*..n that 1 

aboui him and phoiographed ^ fought ba. k c.jiirageou*ly^ 

S.PI .9, l«:o leged •'.hrowing- of the himfrom.lls.de.* ^ra'"hr'r.‘nV?efm*we'Z- 

world's sene* games last year The,^tanadian flag waa right after the visilors' hearts 

CHICA(;o Seven members ^;,lrtie Cicotle, Claude Williams, raised lo Ihe lop of ihe main ,„,no:r. and the boy* ^'"'^,,_^.,,,,.„,,n^„„hi*btatny 

' ihe Chicago White Sox and ■Chirk" f;amlil. "Happy" Olympic breered through wnnderfullv 

lefoimer plaxerwetelndic Eelsch. Cbaile* •J'*' I""* «:onng 

^ , tarksnn Fred McMullln, fue* wafted la».il> over me pncotiragemeni given hv the J". . , ,, ^,n,- 

d yes.e.day h> a C ^k :l*Xh" Weaver. whole exCed scene. __ Thex aided greatly m """ ^ 


pan* of the Empire. Irishmen. 2.>Kjn. Jum^d from me r ^a^^ 

South Afneans. Australians. »nd soon baakeiKMl ermrt 

Scotsmen and Englishmen championship had 1^** * \ ^ ^ J,' T^! 

alike vieing with the jubilant fans were rheenng 

Canadian* m expression of . ^,horl* "The bov* cer- program* and any- 

«h-.r ««nh»tmn " conon* me ooxs ifi axatlahle m the an as 

their exultation. rongiatulaie 


Canadians in expression of chorls "The boys cer- 

their exultation. tainlv plaxed in form, were 

KI.Af* HR \rr.l> right there with the ftni*ih. 

Tlie Canadian having proved *nd well deserved the sucres, 
himself one of the gieaie.s' ihe\ garnered 
-.punter* of all lime he. ame pkOMF^K KKIT 
the piey of the photogiapher*. .. ,^i f„„ », 


been seen in Winnipeg lor iou,n..menis ihia 

*eme 11 vrars. Tiiey showed regi^ciered hi* fin.siwl m Ihe 


ftisis TtHinev finifthexl m Iftr 
real .las« from *Mii to finish, fifih UmtiVftii in the I thiee round* like a cliam 

They had the system and the >i«ie* amaienr. and his Mth regained confidence, of 

rondition and afier the Teg* national rham|iion*hip victory aggressive and 


Sept. i9. 1910 


rondition and after the Teg* national rhampionmip v^.ory aggressive and one foimer player wete Indtc- ^elscn. „ es w.f ed lanlv over the " „ 

h.k k,pl r-.-, Wl.h Ihrm lor »,MOO „ch, J,«r, Tl.,., ,„.,„Vl>»r,p„y Inin rt,(,». 0 . . (.„„k .I.rk-nn. f r , d 

,h, („.. m mimiln. nn.lly .Ion, „„l, . I'o.hnndnd, »,11 IlmM ,. 0 „ rM •'"■toh- W,.v,r. *hnl, ,v ,.,d .„n,. Irbllnl 'h, (' nl.rrm^ 

hToke .wax and we.e so *u ** records. ronspiiacy to commit an ^ f ^ . 

pennr lo Ihe locals in the The mi|x other man who has Tunnex s vidoiv was not ,j|rjjai ,»ri in connection with m-w • ¥¥ ' • * _ 7 

dosing si.igps of Ihe play that e\or won so many as four ^nhnuf'its dispute however. wntld** sciies 1.? M ■ O f rk ll' IIIC Dandurand the ‘Cana 11 | \7 »V 

It was only a question of time Ameju an now ns i* Jerome D. fnr there weie score* in the ^ u hern accused | 1 ,«'||||||\|f I Wf I I I ^ rtiens' manager. e*pre«sr*d re ll |||ll W.ll 

Itaver* and no other man. r,ng*ide seciion who thought "fc^Uing" to a coterie of C4- 1 1 I 1 1 Lj V V- ■ * • ,, failuie of hi* * 

I Brtion oi American, ha* piled champion was saved from -^^nler* 

W 1-k m«-k m« V I "P s'scgering a grand toial losing hi* crown In ihe seventh * 

OC iVS Vinmie* a* Jnnr* round hv a count that was P nH«ri hv 


Shamrocks 

^in Clip 


pmnship. Jones paid tribute lo than the toll of nine 


Sept. 2i. I9M 


his opponents to the galleties jt was unquestionably a ibe rluh who i ere y r 
anrl to the Merlon Cluh. where "long count." from 12 to 14 awav all chants* of w nning 
in IHR he first plaxed m the second* in all. to take the vary the Ametuan I^agxie pennant 
amaieui ifxutt»ameni and mg count of ringside nhsei this xear The . ox ye onlx a 

where m 1921 hewnnhisfiisl vet* hut its explanation lav half game behind the league 


Victoria Sliami'wks irxok six at,.eteur championship. in the 

years to build a Maim Cup 
team hut when thex fu-..- M ' • m * 4 t § M 

V iclona \ll~ISiars 

left anx douht of iheit *n Wifi 

p.„y d , Shut Out tulham 

vr:.:'zr:j: -- 

thumped re.erbornugh read rllMppoinied people m 

ermen, |.9 befme an e«r,. ^ 

mated crowd of more than on the Fulham 

5.600 extremely happy fan* HMl 

rot R IN R«»M ciniisly wha' mu*i have been Al 


in the fact that Illinois hoxmg leading Cleveland 


f IC ff// • C* whii h the White .<Vix Inst last and fioUl hisior> 

rear'* world set les an official — 

Shut Out Fulham ' ii 

rirotie udd Ihe i;r.iMd Jury, i f r A * 

June H. I9.M there when an English piofe* j, announced, that he le . ■ »• • • 

sintial fooihall club M*i in a $10 000 for hi« part m It ■ > 

Most disappointed people m Caf,gq,an team for the first ,^e sene* He never ff 1/ 


ounts x.ranri JUl^ . - enabling the Cougars to win ' ■' _ 

x-,ih conspi.acy to commit an ^ 

llegal art in connection with • «« • ^ u u- m * WW ^ 

:b:,bV;,;-brr„ BanillSler n IIIS 

xf "selling" to a coterie of C4- ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ^ ^ret at the failure of hi* 

jamhlers Frenchmen to take the vne* 

Mile -T-rrH-E/H:: llics al .10 

awav all rhai.ee* 19 ;^ acainst the real nhsta.le in I,EXIN< JTD.N- Ky. Nnv. 1- 

the Amen.^ league p nijant , . j the strength of the Cougar*' Man U'War. Ameiica's greatest 

this xear The ” Dr. Rofifr Rdnnisler. thP 21-yoar-old Oxford modi- Their ahihty lo sub thotoughbied. died of a heart 

u^lr»"'riex*’iia"nd Indian* 10- <*al Rradualp. who bpcame the first man to run a four- without impairing *naik yesierday. 

* * minute mite. Rave F'.ngland ils Riratest viHory of the sttengih meant every fyoaih came to the hig. red, 

.w . fifth Rrilish Flmoire (‘.ames Salurdav and hmmRht the ,h,„g to them. Ye* the be*i .-Wy—i old aiallion Ihi* after- 
^Mdle ( Iroite confessed ha ^ countrv perhaps It.S Ri-eatevt hrmor in track halauced aggregation wa* *uc reem in hia stall af the Far- 

he etigineried the deal by mot nnr i-xiijiru .> je-i » w i ,.rk to Vlrluna " s xav Faim of hi* owner. 


Miracle Mile 


.A HR. 8. 19.V1 


Dies al 30 


Nnv. 1, MM7 

I,EXIN<ITD.N Ky Nnv. 1- 


Indiaos^'ia Riaduate. who became the first man to run a four- 

minute mite. Rave F'.ngland ils Riratest viHory of tne sttengit 


5.600 extremely happy fan* 
roi R IN R«m 


HMt T Ot T. TCK) 
Although the Si 


saw Ihe man who p.nd »he 
monex he said He was told 
-ortish Foot- he would find ’he S10 0O0 
tram bowed under hi. pillow in the hotel 
. iQ’rr ■ room on the night before the 


That made (t four m a row hilti-r defeat They will ^ tl ,,jghl before the 

for the Shxmi'xck* oxer the Ihe bundled* of V Ictot tan* w ho Tty n . ' i*,, fust game m Cinrmoaii and 

cluh which last year *et a re.- dtdn i turn up at Royal Athle \ e|*h teaifl «ev when he returned »o ht* room 


cessful Luck to Vlritma " 

W \I.KKI> THROI f.ll 

Plavitig the ('anadrens to a 


a-xav Eaim of hit owner, 
.Samuel D Riddle of Ijeslng- 
Inn and Poiladelphia 

Slatting m 1919 as a iw'v 


Eonthall fan 


Sutgmg into the lend al the „ . , „ .samuelD Riddle of ly-slng- 

U - ,’**'" ^ ; Plaving the Canadtens lo a siatUng m 1919 as a tw/v 

g)^M ' >*rd* from the tape, the lotise , | „ ,j , j | 1 1 and nut classing hr won 20 of the 21 

* ’T C- I Joinled. angular Englishman them in every department of r*,r* he entered, established 

U . I won Ihe 'tace of Ihe century" ihe game. la*sfer Patrick* woild records and retired 

f#IC ,n a ihnlling duel with world protege* easily w * I k e d ,o become ih# 

l/f^ I u t ,4 . through the fixing french leading money winning aire of 

record holder John I,andy of downed them under a)| nme HI* third career was 

( '■> 0 ^ ^ w a 9\ Australia, before an overflow ipeir own Eastern rule* by Ihe m pi, public who regarded 

ing crowd of .V>.min al Empire onesided *eote of six goals his life a* an open book 

% i Stadium O'War progeny earned 

Dec. 6. 19.3A ■ Th* lonaawaited highlight performance of the the peighhorhond of 13,- 

longawaiien nigniigni The Victoria 'J'-O ono and five of 'hem 

II fans aiTo»s the of ihase record smashing were flashing with their grossed more than IlfYidnO 


was possible 


Kids Chpprpd Lp Homprun king 


Iiuthfullx sav that they were Mme one had been s hut out. W’»n us invr J has contested the national 

championship. 

l/#xr»>a>e*f«n k imr I The champion* from beyond 

flOntf riifl i^iag <;reai I.,akes gained 'he 

^ coveted (»rey Cup wMh a sense 

a W"^ I Hinnal display of all round fool 

Strikes Out Babe Ruth 

was concentraied in the 145 

Wan and in almost constant During each of hla hospital A lefthander, Ruth Marled 
pain. Ruth enie.ed the hospt- slay*, which were fnH,u,nL his “ North Dakola Stale halfback, 

•al last June m undergo fur the home run king was delugiM Fhu Harrson. 


Cancer Strikes Out Babe Bulk 


length and breadth of W estern ^j^rne* the ' miracle mile" lived ,p<.<>i*rii|ar brilliance through- each. 

I anada rejoiced I'Klay in Win cxperialion* a* both mit the fracas, and the Jam HI* la'e gtoom. Will Har- 

mpeg a IS 12 iriumph over the -nd Bannister *ma*hed med Arena cheered coniinu hut who was ever near the 

mighiy Hamilton Ticer* maik _ r^.ir minute barrier for ally »he marvellous work of pluioeral of ihe pasture* for 
mg the fust time the fjsi ha.s „m, m Iheir bril 'he member* of the home oul 15 year* deserthed him as tha 

met defeat in ihe 12 year* the he *e/-ond time in ineir on -mosteat hosa In the world* 

Wesi ha* contested the national h*nt careers^ j — 

championship. rw^9 W 

£!£E:EE~ TYeesClinchBaseballTitle 

linnal display of all round foot 

hall ahimy hy a machine that a W W 

Fans Stay at Home 

was concentraied m the 145 r r m % %■ %■ ^ 


Aug. 17, IMA Wat) and in almost constant During eacn or 

pain. Ruth entned the hospt- stay*, which we 
SEW YORK Babe Rxdb, Iji^i June in undergo fur the home run king 
one of KaseixaU a immortals rher iiealmerxi for the Illness with messages an^ 

died last nighi 'bat had dopged him for near Ireim fan« gnef 

The once mighty Yankee ly 'wo yeara , his dines* 

.1 a««a Ki« nhv if** suffered a re|«p*e last Bui the ones 

alugg * Wednesday CrdU ally ill ever the Babe most 

alnan. waa caused hy e.ncer, ..^y h,rts” 


Aept. 9. IMt 


paying nisiomer*. who Ml | To Leroy Han, IR-yeamld 
huddled under the roofed rookie Dghihander. not long 


alnan. waa caused hy cncer. Babe rallied g-mely from "my kids" crudrly Western Ir 

Uat me. of Ihe Roman *exe,«l hme. before surcumh •.-.awled note, of em^urage hall l>e.sg.ie 

r.lholk- Church were admlnls mg to the .icknes* that had men! sent by Pl.,vlngl 

30 mlnu.« 0 ,( 0 ,. h« h„ on« robo.. t..n,, . moM .bom h.O n..,r „,n ^ , 

death. 'heU. j him ' *9u«**v3*. ^ i 


lo* ghosi herame champion# of the what happen* In the re nut ala and spread 

Tiger lark Western Iniernatidnal Base „talmng game, ihia week. 

I ball l..e.sgije Spokarxe Indian* can mme no 

.b.T o(l!;:| Pk,v.n8 b,fo„ (b.„ t«o r,rr,nt.„ n,>,r lh.n .w» 

«ge. 500 fan*, only 326 of them poinU. R> • 


to A fram*. 




* 


J 




’’MOST 

lOirjttr 

COUNTRY 


Heaney 


ViHTS 


Eden KO 's Baker 

In 128 th Round 

* * * . * * 

Bareknuckle Fight In Spikeless BimjIs 


Speaking Briefly 


lailll ffolmiild Vklori., BC, Tlurl., D.c. 11. USB 


Krb. 24. 1M« 


A« the •>, , ii,5. 

for the pufilli»tlc conte»t. , 
which ha* the all absorb- | 
Ing topic of thp wppk. the ex- I 
cMomeni Increa-sed I’eopt* j 
lAhose ligi'l notion* of propn- f 
ety fortiaili* any mani- l 

fostatlon of euriosity, still 1 
evinred an inkling lo awertaio i 
in a t^riivo manner the odds ; 
th.it wete laid uiion the rei<ul*- i 
Cirave men'hnnls sank for I 
the nonce tbeir devotion to ' 
the liwiiier and day book; law- | 
yers thrust the paiwr* of their , | 
clients aMde, and the fair *ex 
fnrcol their flirlatlonv while 
M-e fKTiillar phraseology of 
the rmg and the wndliion of 
the combatants was the prln 
elpal source of conversation. 

>'0 K\\(ifiK.K.\TION 
.This is seaiecly exagRcra 
lion. Jud»:inK from ttie crowd 
which thion*!ed the wharf to 
weli'inie the leturn of the 
aieamer. and the eiigemeM 
dl^playl•d to obtain reliatile In- 
formation as to the detail* of 
Uic siruRKl''- 

\Se were Informed by cer- , 
lain knowing fnemts tn spo»l - 1 
Ing circles th.vt the Emily Mar- ] 
rls would leave Brodrlck's 
\^harf for regKin.s unknown, 
at six oclock sharp yesterday 
mninlng, and aceordingly we 
Milled forth from our subiir 
ban tmidmee some ahorl time 
bt-furc the hour mentioned. 

OKUKKl.Y Al-EAIU 

I>ire pnignosncation* were 
Uttered respecting the pro- 
cerrlinKB, and we contemplat- 
ed m.skinj* our will, as well as 
Insuring our lives, but such 
preiMiillons were needless, as 
the whole affair was conducted 
In the most orderly manner. 

When we reached the boat 
we found some 130 excursion- 
ists patiently wailing the ar- 
rival of Baker and Kden. the 
fighters, with their support 
ers The crowd was a motley 
one, albeit of an orderly rhar- 
ailer. and the utmost good 
humor prevailed among them. 
At SIX precisely the ticket* 
were examined, and the shrill 
preliminary whistle sounded 
Immediately after. Baker and 


his hacker* stepped on deck « 

The Emily Hams had only • 
steamed a short distance when J 
she hove to and picked up * 
Kden and his trainer, who had ' 
put off from the shore in a 
small craft, to evade the vlgl- 
lance of the police Eden, who 
looked the picture of robu^ « 
health, was warmly cheereij. I 
Near Mai-aulay's Point an- ' 
other delay occurred, as .m 1 
Important official in the *ha|*e < 
-of F^len’s bottle holder had in , 1 
the hurry of departure been i 
left behind. This oversight! 
was, however, soon rectified. 
We then started In good ear- j 
nest, heading for Race Rocks. 

BMTINr. KVEN 

As the sun rose the scenery 
was magnificent, the atmo- 
sphere was singularly lund. 
and the distant mountain* lip- 
I*ed with snow were tinted 
with g(»rgeou5 rosi-ale hues. 
As the pasaengers rei'ognized 
each other the conversation 
became very animated. F>len 
Bind Baker moved among the 
crowd greeting their acquaint- 
ances with a full faith In their 
1 own ultimate triumph The 
' betting was even, amounts 
1 being offered and taken up to 
one hundred dollars. The gen- 
eral opinion being pretty well 
balanced a.s to the relative 
powers of the two combatants. 

At length {'apt Titcomb was 
seen giving order* to alter the 
vessel’s coorse and every one 
was on the tiptoe of expecta- 
tion. In due time we steered 
for Tedder Bay. and anchored 
a short distance from Weir’s 
i Farm, at Metrhosln. where we 
I landed. 

‘ With the assistance of s«>me 

• persons who were arqualnird 
with the dlsmcl. a level, soft 

t piece of turf was selected in a 

• hollow on William’s Head, and 
the spot was well cho*<n for 

• Its seclu.*lon. Costello, the ubi- 
quitous. then erected the ring, 

/ ' the Inner circle, as is custom 
- sry under the rircumstances. 

I being reserved for parties In- 
I. terested in the fight and for 
B members of the press A long 

II discussion ensued with refer 
1 ence to the men fighting with 
d spikes in their boots. As some 


misunderstanding upon the 

rjl.i't.T I ,. I hr'-.' .• 4 T: 'h-* 

i “T VVa.-~ :-r-^ 

ranged that the men should 
both fight minus this advan- 
tage. The umpire* were Joseph 
Mason on behalf of Kden, and 
Dave French for Baker. 

About a quarter past ten 
o'clock Baker thn*w his cap 
Into the enclosure, an example 
whU h was quickly followed by 
Eden. Both combatants then 
entered the ring, accompanieil 
by their aMcndants, and were 
rer-eived with vociferous ap» 

1 plause. 

' Round \ — After several 
j feints. In which both men 
seemed to be merely measur- 
j Ing each other’s capacities, 
i some sharp exchanges look 
place, when Kden went itown. 

Ruund 2— Kden led off with 
a heavy blow up»m his op- 
ponent's mouth, drawing the 
first hkMKl. and after some 'in- 
flghling' Kden again went 
down. 


Ross Wins Ring Title Back 


Jitimiv Mcljirnin. Vancouver 
welterweight, won and lust the 
world B championship twice tn 
two years. McLarnin won the 
title on May 29. 1933. by de 
featlng Young Corbett. McLar- 
nin lost his title to Barney 
Bosh on Mav 2k, 19.34, took U 
back from Ross on Sept, 17 

t • ri ;>• MM' ! .1 


(our years and three month* 
alter Roger Bannister of Eng- 
land became the first man to 
ever run the distance in let** 
than four minutes. . Maurk-e 
Hit-hard, great right winger of 
the Montreal Catiadlens. made 


hmkey history on <)ft 19. 
I9r»7. vs hen he vct>ii-d his WiOth 
•N.ttiotul Hoikey Lt-aguc go.vl 
tn .Montreal Konim . . Ibm 
l.arM«n, big nghthaiuicM of the 
New York Yankcev cArned 
b.iscball Immortiiljty on IVI, 8. 


llinh h> pitching the hist {ler- 
liHi came In the history oi me 
NS’oild >ei h '• as he hUnked 
Brooklyn D'-dgers. JO. 1^'slng 
pilchei Wax ’**al 'taglle and tlie 
Yankees went on fi»»ro thcie to 
win tflr senes. 


JIMMY MoLARNLV 
. . . loses title 

There was hitle change, 
neither parly gaining any im- 
portant advantage until the 
40th round, when some un- 
u.sually heavy fighting en- 
sureil. and after two or three 
ra-uling exdianges, Eden re- 
sorted lo lus old plan of get- 
ting down At lialf past 11 
Eden looked fresh and came up 
to time lively, but Baker, 
though rather blown, had a 
dogg«*d “never say die" look. 


LKABING KFATl BKS 
U will be unnecessary to 
comment on all the rounds m 
detail, our readers will doubt 
le*.s be content with a geneial' 
description of tlie leading fea 
tures of the battle 
For several minute* Baker 
had the liest of it. although It 
was apparent Kden wn* acting 
with great caution and reseiv 
Ing hi* force In the fiMh 
round, tkleu adnuniv 

tered a heavy right hander on 
the left rib* of B»iker. who 
•went with some violence to 
the ground. From the 6ih to 
the nth round the tactics w<*re 
very similar, Eden punishing 
his opt>onent'* fa«-e wilh *e 
verity. Baker gelling home 
some powerful drivers wiih 
his right hand, and In the I3th 
round followed Kden iloselv 
and knocked him down In his 
own corner, 

EVK MOl SEI) 

For some little time Eden 
continued to make pUy upon 
his adversary * lace 'mousing’ 
him under the left eye. until 
the 23rd round, when Baker 
again Invested heavily, and 
after serious counter hilling, 
Eden once more sought the 
embrace* of mother earth. 


LKhT BA.MAliEI) 

At this peiiod It w-as impos- 
sible to prognosticate how the 
affair would terminate. In the 
4Clh round Kden received some 
injury to hi* left hand or w risl. 
which retideriHl it almost use- 
less for the remaiM'ier of the 
encounter; he still, however, 
managed lo make effectual use 
of hi* right, li-asing his mark 
upon Baker's frontispiece. 

From the ft3rd round, not- 
withstanding both men were 
completely exhau.sied. fighting 
became fast dnd furious. Baker 
attempling lo force it but with- 
out success, a* Eden out- 
generaled him, the latter doing 
great execution with his right 
hand. Baker rmw gradually 
weakened, but maintainfsJ a do 
fiant ^iniude and '‘got home" 
some heavy hit*. 

SI*OV(,K TIIKOUN 
The terrific ugh! hander* 
deliveied with such pmision 
by Eden b**gao now to tell a 
tale. In the IPJih and I20th 
round.* the fight was virtually 
flni.shed to all Intents and pur- 
poses Baker supperf*! up to 
lime only to be punislied use 
lessly by hi.* adversary, who. 
however, dealt generously with 
him. until the 129ih and last 
lound when a powerful right- 
hander from Ellen kniK-ked 
, Baker out of lime, upon which 
' the s(ionge w-as thrown up at 
I 7 minutes to 1 o’clock. 

Eden a* a proof of his game- 
‘ ness Jumped twice over the 
ropes with ea.se. 


. . . baseball’s most glamorous 
record was set by Ral>e Ruth 
late In September of 1927 when 
he hit his 60th home run . . 
Canadian football had piThaps 
It* most thrllUnj» moment laio 
In the Grey Cup final at Tp- 
onto on Nov. 27 1954. when 
Jackie Barker pickeil up a 
fumble by C'huck llunHinger 
and ran’SS yard* for a touch 
down wJiich gave IMmonton 
Eskimos a 2625 viciory over 
Montreal Aloueltes when B«>b 
I>ean came tlirough whh the 
the convert . . . baHeball his- 
tory wa* made during the 19-17 
season when Brotiklyn Dodg- 
ers brougtit up second-ha*e- 
min Jarkie Robinson from 
their Montreal farm club Rob- 
inson wa.* the first Negro to 
play In the major leagues . . . 
a revenge bem •R*e Ixiul* got 
even with M*v s^-hnvellng on 
June 22. 19-38. w hen he 

knockeil out the ilerman 
heavyweight In the first round 
with a vicious huily puncli 
which came close lo costing 
Schmellng his life . . Herb 
FJIlolt. amazing Au.«iralian 
milcr, set aq almivsl -unbeliev- 
able recorJ^al Dublin on Aug. 
6, 19^8. when he lowered the 
mile record to 3/>4 5. It came 


m rrs rru, teaT 

SALUTES 

THE DAILY COLONIST 

ON ITS 100th BIRTHDAY 

In only ihtce more years, we loo will be celebrating our 

]Ui)ili ye.ii. We are tw»» “old timers" in Ihi.* 

area who have kept pace with the challenge of Umel 


VMD 


VICTORIA MACHINERY DEPOT 
CO. LTD. 

GeneriU Kiigineerliig — Ship BulliUr* — B<»dcrin»kers 
Sli-H. Iron and Brans Fnunder* 

IlfAB OKFK I : \UTOIilA. B.C . 

Branches: Nanalnn*. B.t . — \aiM-tniipf, Bl. *** ( algary. Ailierta 


IMPERIAL OIL salutes 
B.C. and the COLONIST 

on its 100th birthday 
with a new film in full colour on 
the development of this Province 




'tl 

K 

, 

'A 

S 

i 

ll 


Helpins 

VICTORIA GROW 


Wo at Heaney’s claim our place among Victoria’s 
pioneers as we have tieen continuously in the moving 
business since 1890. We have helped thousands of 
families settle here with their furniture and baggage 
and we have moved many thousands more to new 
homes in our expanding city. Hundreds of our older 
homes and buildings have also been moved by Heaney 
experts to make way for the ever-changing scene that 
is Victoria. 


SI 

tn 


> 

1 

1 




. J 




'V'-: 



British Columbia's development has 
progressed beyond the wildest dream 
of Captain George Vancouver 

Abundant fcrtijdy that nature puls forth requires only to he 
enriched b> the mdustry of man to render it ihc mi'Sl lovely 
country that can be imagined. " This wa^ the sision cxprcvHcd 
by Captain Cieorec Vancouser from Uie deck of his sloop 
Discovery in May, P92 

In full, oatural colour ’’Most Lovely Country" was wniten. 
filmed and pnvdutcd in BC. I« lakes you lo all corners of 
British Columbia tn show how, through the industry of man, 
this Province hav been developed beyond the wildcvt dreams 
of ns discovcrcn. 


Asallahlr In Hnrtlrr I tub*. < liiireh Group*. Svhnnl* and nth^r 
orcanlullonH at nn rharcr h% Inip<rlal Oil l.lmitni. V\rlt^: 
|mt»*^riaJ Oil Umlled, 10«0 t.ranslU** St., Nanrtiuver. 


€SSO) IMPERIAL OIL LIMITED 





























fallp (Tplntiirt VktarU. I.C.. Tfc«r... 0*r H. IfS8 


Proof Uhp Today 


April VZ, 195,^ 

Salk vaccine i*« exj)ccied to conquer polio — just 
smallpox and yellou fever have l>een virtually 


splli.«h moiivpK 


Scjenlists will announce l-i.i.iv concu i.e i "'-' ni 

wllh which thousands 


ttUK prose a blensod 


pairiotism fame iniwai 
jiledged ihi-mselves on 


the efficacy of the Salk vaccine 

Victoria children will he moculated. starting 

■! Salk di'coverer of 
rine vull Jflve his »M 
1 f^nrtiI1B^ of closed 
experiments with hi* 
rn H 000 person*, mnei 
1\ rhlMieti 

Fiancls. rnueisiiy of 
e p I d e m I o 1 o E 1st. 
« medirally histniic 
•1 xfirr 'turtyinp for a 
the leiuHs of \ac«inaiion 
no.non rhildren in the 
rnliert State*. Canada and F’ln 


I l( you wont to 

moko Dad raoliy 
happy ihii Chrlttmoa 
givo him a stt of powor 
fooli. Horo ii a gift thot Dad 
will romamber with pUoturo 
•ach timo ho uioa thorn* 


of Greater 
tomorrow. 

At 7 20 am Vlrioita time Jonax 1 
the Salk vat-cine ie*ullx will ’he 
be Ei\en to the woild at the hut fina 
a.jinua) ronfeienre of the Am- detailed 
erlian National Foundation for varrine 
Infantile Patalyal*. 

Dr FramT*. Ji . Hi 

apeakinff before Amertian and MlfhlE»n 
C anadian senior xrientlsla. will make* hi 
confirm that the vaiTine ran lejiort r.f 
"wipe out polio” xa>x a di* >eaj- 
pH'rh Imm Ann Aihoi. Mirh nf 

At the «ame fneetinc at the 
|lnlver«itv «f .Mirhifian Oi land 


PR. JONAS SALK 

Mansion 


I We join in 
S celebrating 

The Colonist 
100th Anniversary 


April l«. Il»57 tween Victmia ann \mwnus-i ^ 

aminB out whatever period 5 
fioveinmenl House staff em - “ ,n.,ih*.i « 

plmees weie adiusnnR Ihem the.e /f. ‘ I 

Ulve* to new rondltmna and (lover nment House I* esiab J 
autroundinEs inda\. lixhed. - 

Kailv vesierdav most of That won t be Inng. for the « 
them lost all their twloMEinE^. piovmnal Ef'veinmeni "as j 
their lesidenee and their place alieady announced that a tern 
of orrupallon in a fiie which p..iai> seat will he ■‘’•"ef a« g 

devlinvrd the nffirial lesi ««ion as p<*ssible and tlia 

det.re nl the piovuice's lieu plan* have been made to re g 

tenaiU coveinni huild < love, nment Mouse on its ^ 

Torlay ihe\ aie divided hr piesent sue | 


Not the oidesi oi the l-r-gest . . . BI'T CKRlAlM.Y 
('NF. OF THF^ IU:»iT Ihue Sinies in Vudona' Our 
seiM. p IS •'Cnii.-.i.stemly. flood Rather Than Onasion- 
allv Kx'ellent " 

Hundreds nf ( lirUtniMs <»lf( SiigEesIlona 


Congratulations Colonist 

100 YEARS 
SERVING VICTORIA 


Darling's Pharmacy 

LIMITED 


congratulates 


lASY 

PAYMINTS 
Tarms fa fit 
your budgoi 
can bo 
errongo<y. 


' FOItT nl BRO.AD THcphone F\ 2-1212 jj 

I n 

’ yo ¥« w !•»»« v« v« yoi v« v« eoi ^ 


THE EVENING TELEGRAM 


For the Finest Automotive Service 
Across the Street From "The Colonist 
Vour DouRla* Street (Koundabout) 
B.A. Dealer 


Newfoundlands Oldest Newspaper, 
Now Hd Year* Youoe 


Congratulation to 

THE DAILY COLONIST 


BEST WISHES 


CONGRATULATIONS 


CAMLO 

SlATIOM^in 


tv«fy horn* n*«di o g«od w*fh b*e<h 
M a HvawghttuI X*»*o» 91b fo' tk* mala mam* 
bars af tba family. 


DAILY COLONIST 


NOW rKLKBRATlNG ITS 

100th YEAR 


Rt all leading DrugcisU and 
slalioncry sforrs. 


In Newfoundland . . . it's the 

F\ FMNG TKI.KGRAM 

• a«(ir AAirmtitti Medium 


St\lc(l hv Barber-FIli* 


Thones 


4Q.X (lorge Road 


To have great Newspapers 
there must be great 


AUDIENCES 


Amor de Cosmos appeared in Victoria at a period 
and- place that afforded him an audience. The 
long continuous struggle with nature blotted out 
most other interests in the pioneers' minds, 
leisure came only when crops wore growing, 
roads made, communities established, security 
won. 

But even now. no day is without problems, pathos 
or humor; no vear without crises or achievement. 


For 100 years the editors have inspired in duty 
to seek and print the truth, have honored the 
Daily Colonist readers. For to have great news- 
papers there must be a great audience, too. 


Also Celebrating Our 100th 
Marking a Century of Service 


McQuade's 

Anniversary 


p'HijxHnu* RmMrKTATi* n 

U TORO.NTO ST. — TORONTO 1 


1252 Wharf Street Phone EV 

**l)own at the Bottom of Yates” — Between Yon and the Water 


\ 




Tough Explorers 
Do Without Sherry 


fiatln (folottlirt Vkt«ri*. IX . D«. 1!, 1958 H 


Good at Zchallos 


s^pt. 25. iMZ 
Ijind U b**!!!* nffn-rrt In 
thr rich mn«l rcrtllc 
V»llc> m( $1 *rrc. follow 
Inc a aut^^mfui rxpcdltion 
to Ihc Cowli-han Valky a 
try* week* *c«. 

HlrW(k artOcr^ may tAkc 
ihO at rca; married men. 150 
at rcK. with an uldltloiial 10 
a« rca per child. The plan 
wa* a aucceaa In the f'ow- 
t, h -M wher^ iMime land atlll 


dctei<nmc<l unill {uithrrwork 

u done. . lAprll 29. IHMI 

A piovimial police pairol -j-he mcelinf: at Mesara. 
that viMted the area on No pranKlin’* oliic-e lo dtaciLss the 
vemt>er 25 retailed to the rnude for raiaing funda 

mines department that 13 men and (itimc out parties for the 
were at work on rlajim* lour exploration of the Ulatul wax 
inilea (lom iideuaier. with a ver> well attended. SelUn equipping of 
ver> good showing in a low Fiankiin. was ealled parties, hut w 

grade gfdd pro*.p*H-t upon lo preside mg not to s. 

.Six additional men were en Major Downie xpoke ear men on ihese 


uf attention hitherto to this ihrm sherr>. wine madelra 
all important subject and the and so forth, hi^t men ^hi'ald 
failure of private enterprise be puked who would po 
to open up the vaat resources straight through the country 
of this island with nothing to pa«*k but their 

blankcis, and bacon awl eggs. 

Mi.Kranklm wa» in Itivor 
of a thorough exploration of 
I he Island: he considered it 
dissrapcful that we should 
know so Utile of the land we 


formation o 


We Join with the Colonist in Celebrating 
Their WOth Anniversary 


Ao Hope of Kvseup 


Tlic future of Vaneouvet 
Mand lx bi ighi and it is out 
business to »dd to the com 
fort of its liomci ihrougli 
the finest healing InsialU 
tions nhiairfsbte 


Imperial Oil 


May 1. 191? 

With bui four mnnihs of ihe 
year past the aggregate value 
of the atruciures for which 
pi't mils have “been Issued by 
the building mspeefor <*ome 
within three quariers of a mil- 
lion of the total for the entire 
IvscKc monihs fil 1‘IU 

In faci, the present year will 
pfMve fn be Ihe greatest, from 
Ihe xiandpmni of huiidmg ac 
livity. in the hifiory of the- 
city, and few cities in western 
Canada will be in a posiiion 'o 
wresl Ihe laurels from Vic- 
toria 

Kelurnx furnished by ihe 
building in.specior yrsietday 
Indicaicd that Ihe Inial value 
of buildings tor whirii permiis 
have been issued for the first 
four monihs of the year was 
.^.575, compared with 
4V| in the mrreAponding period 
a \ear ago and $7179<5 m 
1910 


SIR JOH.N A. MA(’IM)NALD 
. . . well-dclivercd blow#? 


Sixty live men. anoui so 
Nshiirs and- the test rhmese. 
are entombed in No._6 shaft of 
the I'ninn 


rolhery Company's wife and two 

mines at rnirm. and expel ta 
hold out no ho^. for tho^ 

r..uuo Th.. ,'1' ““^ «n. o( first n.lrtod 

with wreckage, allhough »he 

hoist and fans are wn.kmg J-dm WhyP-. miner; mar- 
and Ihe pa.s.sagcway leading nod; leaves wife and four 
from No ft to No. ft shaft la children 

blockc«l by fire and the deadly Thomaa luoril. miner, single 
■ tier damp -lamea HalUday, miner. 

H was 1040 ye-ierrtay morn amgic 
iiig when the explosion which Dmu-mi yitinni. matried, 

made these unfortunate minc^ leaves wife and laige family 
pri>.otiers in passages oxer sneclden. ntinci mart led; 

feci below ihe surfat'e. O'*- leave* wile and large family 
,e<t At that hour ihc Imle ^ 

mwn of I'nion wa* .udrly miner mar 

.h««ke,lhx a le.tific explosion ‘‘7^' 

Thi- loraiion wa* shown by ihe children, 
discharge from the mouth of I. Bono, aingle. 

No fi shaft ni a volume of r, Kierk. mained 

debris, including mine ilnil^rs, , mamed. 

which had beeri leni frorn 1 (Hr smith, single, 

fasienmc*. atui a rloud oj loai 

dust which when it .settled, l>. M, liaWs. .single. 

CO veied the sui rounding a Maffn. single 
country with a inanUe of ^ \|,^iinnls. single 

black. Near the ahaft ihe Jim < roselle, sioeie 

ground was isivered with a .|„seph AYllaon. driver, first 
layer of splinieird iunhei* an 

inch in Ihickness Crowds im r.eorge TiirnbuU, iimbcrntan. 
mediately gathered around the 


Paul WliltAtna 


A Name You Can Tnixt 


Sid Anderwin 


The Oil Burner with the Famous 


l.OOK AT 
THKHK 

Ain ANTAt.KS 


Island Sees 
Its First Train 


U KiitH far O* 

• « 4 

■•inurruiHva p • r- 
(•riciknp* I4»ftl 

k« 

r«mp*i» I 4 X O ' • 

ri«t . 1 rar rafnsaal 
Man •Ilk aa^ aihrr 
('S«rk >aar T 014 I 
ISiraikl COfcTS 
tk»« rSaik *HX a* 
kafar* f kai 

I Al.l. IN OK 
rilONF 
TOOAV! 


Till' IS ibe unii thai ' going iiM(*(iiiallr<l 
|M*rloicnance in hnrnc^ iliroughoui Vamnu 
ver Island Comr in and sec hn milstanding 
features and learn ab-<ul loilay'a most 
efflcieni healing system for youi home. 

ONLY UK/f DOUN 

Baianre Oxer lid Months 


mult, said **Lei me n*ngrani- 
la«e you Mr Pn'*idenl on the 
^ completion of On* work I 
to also congtaiiilaie the com 
Railway left KAquimali at «25 muniiy of Viciona. ihe lerm 

.* * „ -r^,.. ira.n inua. on ihc reali/.ihon of 

yesierday morning Fhc iraim 

irnnduclor Weldnni consisted phu-k and energy 

of a lo<’nmoiiv»-. driven by Mr nunsmuii which lias 

Pool, the preaidenl's car hroughi ihi' impmiani work 
••Maude.’ and a flat car ^ auccessful ls*iie 

The run to Niagara canyon, . -pj,p ^oad la now an ex 

C. K Ferguson a huntness 20 miles, was made m .‘VI „f rhe Canadian Pa 

man of New York Cily. who rniiiule*; Arbutus I'anyon wax ^e believed d would 

ha* Jiuu returned from China, crossed a lew minute* later rnean* of seitling the 

where he xojourned during 15 and the train arrived at Ita p^auuful udand and adding 

year*. I* now at Montreal. de<iinaiinn xhortly before 9 rpi, prnspi'tiiy of the cmin 

Mr Ferguson i* exfwdingly o'clock The party dlsemivirhed. try at large " 
optirntMic as to the fuiftre of and Sir John A Macdonald. qjr ,lnhn pmposed three 

Hie Chinese Republic a* a field having been provided with a rheers lor .Mr. Dunsmuir. and 

for (‘anadian enien>nse and golden spike and silver sledge three cheers for Ihe IsUml 

capital, saying that the by Chief Engineer Hunter Railway which were given 

Flowery Kingdom offers un- drove the spike home with a with a will 

limned markets foi a great few well delivered blows. Mr f>iin.*mulr having briefly 

abundance of ('anadian mami- As the last blow was struck replied the itain proceeded on 
faefures Sir John, turning in Mr Duns Its way 


LPrr I S t^TIMATK ON ViU'H 
HKATING -lOB! 


HciiUnK 

UngjtneeiHi 


PRODUCTS LIMITED 


HcHling 
rmitraclnrs 

8^.1 HKOI OHTON STKKI-.T 


Serving Industry 


UNITED ENGINEERING WORKS LTD. 

easure in conjjralulallng The Dally Colonist on Its century of serxTee. Thn 
B shows InsUlUtlon of the giMt preaaea by I nlted Knglneering Work* Ud. 


Our Plant Playa an Important Part 
In InduMrial Growth 


The plant was established thirty-eight years ago by J D. Watson who, with hU son, 
o{»pialed it a .4 a machine shop only. Now managed by R. D. Watson, the fiMjnder's son. 
the hhop is one of Victoria’s major engineering plants. All t>T« of serxices have been 
added to keep pace with modem engineering requirements. 


There are few newspapers which have 
left their impretts on the (xjmmunity they 
aerx’od more clearly than The Cokmlst. 

Founded on December Hlh, 1R68. The 
Colonist quickly became a force in the 
young province of British Columbia, vigor- 
ously criticizing all political parties when 
the occasion demanded, defending the 
rights of minorities and giving the com- 
munity the full benefltj of an enlightened 
free press. 

To these high journalistic standaids 
The Colonist has adhered ever since. 


Machine Work Important to All Industries 


• Welding and Fabrication for Sawmills 

• Logging Companies • Construction Firms 

a 

• Public Utilities Covering All British Columbia 


riiblhhnl In tribute in VIrloriB's 
pmcreMive uid Mtwtrteua isnrnific 
nfw-Kpaprr by . , . 


Vancout^r*» morning new^pappr 


The Province 


575 PEMBROKE STREET 





t 



12 (Tfllonin! 

Tkyrt . D«< It. 19SI 


World Mourns 


1859 G. H Carry, thrn At- mg Mr. Carry * rr-^ulmcr in 
tornry (trnrral of thr colons the C>5ilr an atirmpt waa 
at a coal of $30,000. to replan- marie tn burn It. and thr cul- 
“Carry Housr” which had been prtt wa» arrrairri. but escaped 
rrreird m ll»8 and bunicd from thr old Ba.<slion Strm 
down a few months Uler. Dur- ganl 


.Hay 19. UW 

Fanned by a fresh breeae 
from the aoulh-east, a fire 
which had evidently been 
smoulderinR all night In the 
attic of Carey CasUe. the pic- 
turesque and historic real- 
dence of the Lieutenant Cover 
nor of the province, succeeded 
in completely destroying that 
building yesterday morning. 

It waa no aurpnae tn the 
firemen to receive a call to 


been there before, not once, 
but no leas than seven times; 
hut on each previous occasion 
the fire had been discovered 
before it had made such head- 


l>ONDON King tieorge VI 
died peacefully yesterday at hla 
rouniry esiate in .Sandringham, 
near the coltage where he wa.s 
tK»rn 56 years ago Ills passing 
followed a long illnea.v. includ 
Irjg a major nperaium las! 
September for a ranceroua 
lung, but newa of his death 
caught Britain and the Com 
monwealth uiipreparerl 

Coronary thrombosis — a 
blood clot - was believed to 
have been the Immediate cause 
of death. 

When the word came this 
seemed for a 


lely set about saving what 
they could, but already most 
of the upper portion of the 
building wa.s envelo()ed in 
llume.s, jind it was only pos 
aihle to .save the furniture in 
the rooms on the mam floor. 

With the exception of his 
uniform, which was thrown 
oul when the alarm wa.s firsi 
given, the Lieutenant t lover 
nor and his family Inst all 
ihetr personal effects, mclud- 
mg clothing. Jewel* and pn 
vale papfirs. His Honor places 
his loss at $3,000 


U3UIS RIEL 
police feared escape 


Riel Executed 
For Treason 


morning 


Nov. IS. IMS 

RFIGINA — Louis ’David" 
Riel was executed on the 
scaffold, at the barrH<ks of 
the Mounted Polu*e, for high 
treason at 8J2.3 o’clock this 
morning. 

The most extraordinary pre- 
rautinn.s against hla possible 
e.'-cape were observed. At a 
mile from the barrack.* 
moiinled patrols challenged all 
person* . . two other lines 
of giiaids were stationed at 
points nearer the post. 

On the scaffold at 8.12 a.m 
Rjei was on hi* knees, pray- 
ing. His face wa.* of full 
color and he appeared to have 
complete self possession. He 
then arose and walked toward* 
the executioner repeating his 
prayers . . . 

The hanging of the 10 
Indian chiefs for atrocities 
I'ommlMed in the affair will 
close the book of criminal pro- 
ceedings growing out of the 
.Northwest rebellion. 


THE DAILY COLONIST 
too Years Old 
Today H 


THE T. EATON Company Limited ispleased to announce to its patrons 
tliat NEW SHIPMENTS of Dryj^oods, Hress-Makers' Eindinps, Hard- 
ware and every other DOMESTIC NEED are now lieiiijj unpacked in its 
stores throughout the Crown Colonies of \*ancouver's Island and British 
Columhm. Included in these shipments are many Articles ofT.XSTE 
and QU.MJTY. chosen for their Eminent Suitability as Gifts during 
the coming IFpBliur lyraBou. 


'Blfte nlil age for a neWHp*|»er . . but 
not unusual where our antiques are 
fom'erned." 


S.AI.K TIMVJS 

EVERY Tl ESDAV 

EVERY S.ATl RnAV 


W E carry full lines of STAPLES, and also all surh LUXL ITEMS 
as mav from time to time achieve favour in the eves of our cuslom«Ts. 
Our correspondents in the Principal Cities of the world forward us such 
items by ev^ packet, and we also purchase from the manufactories of 
Loner and Lower Canada and of our own territories. 


KING GEORGE VI 


moment as though the heart- 
beat of a nation .siopperl. loo. 
People could not believe their 
beloved king was dead. Then, 
as ihe reali/aiion sank in, high 
and low gave vent to iheir 
gnef. 

Traditional British reserve 
melted. .'Mime women wept 
openly. Frivolous day-to-day 
ariivliy I'ea.sed and offirial 
functiims were inierrupted 
Parliament mei briefly and ad 
journed. courts closrd and the 
slock exchange called an early 
halt. 

THINK. I’KAY 

Londoners slipped Into 
churches, black-bordered news- 
papers gripped m their hand.*, 
tn think and to pray. 

Many donned black lies and 
•ombre suit*, ('rowds stood 
before Buckingham Palace, 
where the white hllnds were 
drawn. The BBT shut down 
for the dsy after announcing 
the King’s death, except for 
news bulletins snd weather re 
ports. 

At Westminster Ahb^v the 
bells tolled for two hours. 
Great Tom. the hour bell at St 
Paul's rathe<lral. tolled once a 
minute from 11 50 a m. to 12.50 
p.m. Restaurant and hotel op- 
erators posted bans on dancing. 


Western Canada’s First Chamber 


TO those who have already extended to us their valued patronage we 
are sure that no further Advertisement is needed. Those who have not 
yet visited our eslahlishments are urged to do so WlIHOin DLL.W. 
We guarantee all our poods to he of reputable quality and in e\ery way 
adliere to the policv of our FOUNDER, to wit, 


merce 


Salutes Western Canada's 
First Newspaper 


T EATON C 


G. CONWAY PARROTT — president 


Ready for the Festive Season 

THOUSANDS OF BLOOMS IN BROWN’S 
GREENHOUSES 


A blare nf n.lnr ibrnughnui nur greenhouses promise* a gay fesiive sea«<in fnr Vicinrlsns who Inv# 
planis and who like tn send plants a.* Ihnughiful gifts A c«»mplete line of quality flowers and 
planifc Is pr«*flured In our greenhou>^s and Is oblamable in our store <'IT FRK.SH THE SAME 
r>AY. Flowers are brought In at least twice dally, fresh sl»>rk which costs you less in the ma)t>rliy 
of cases. Always popular at Ihe Christmas season, flowers become a plea.sant reminder of happy 
times for many weeks thereafter. 


READY TO FIEL CHRISTMAS ORDERS — BROW VS RETAIL STORE 

Lveryihing u available in our View Sireet Store within a few minuiea delivery from nursery and greenhouse* — 
DIRECT FROM GREENHOUSE TO .'STORE . . . AND FROM STORE TO Cl.'STOMER A pleasant staff will help you 
with all your floral requirement* -corwige*. floral arrangement*, and cut flower* at moderate price* 

Hower* Direct from (ireenhouae to Their DeatinfttioB the SAMK DAY! 

SAVKl By Orderin* Early on All Out-of-Town and Overaeaa Order* 


Telephone*: E\ 4-4MU2 — E\’ 4-Mll 
Night CaJhi: EV 4-S521 


RETAIL STORE: 618 VIEW STREET 


Member 

r.T.D. 


Ctreenhovaea: llf»S Eaquimalt Road 


Same Onlral I>ocatioa Nince 191t 






LOCAL NEWS 



nils 


CLASSIFIED 


0>1STABI.ISHP.1> 1«68) 




Jm. 1. 1922 

“K#ep to the right." wan the word Imlay an 
Vtctoria made the rhangiMJver from driving on the 
Mt aide of the road. MoUirifcle are warned to 
volwntarily rediH'e speed and exerriae great 
Ktreat car* are changing over equipment an rapidly 
aa poealhie. 


VICTORIA, BRiriSn COCI MBIA, THl'R.'^OAY, OECXMBKR 1 1, 

Army Takes Over 
Ravaged Areas j / 


, ** 


// 7 i 


/ / ; 


/ , 





Flood Toll Mounts 
As Goi'vrnment Arts 

June 1, I94S 

F’rpmier Byron Johnson last night dcH'lared a state 
of emergency existed hi British Columbia as swollen 
rivers reaped a mounting toll of collapsed dikes, 
damaged farmlands and flood-.stricken homeless. 

The pfpmier empowered 


: “ ^ 

«r, 


iiSi 


m 



Search for Bmlies Begins 


Search parties drive ahead on the 
task of raising the bodies of the 
rirtims of the collapse of Point Ellice 


bridge. Heavily-loaded street car 
crashed through into the Gorge as 
the .span fell. ^ 


I olunirrrs 
Off to \\ or 

Oft 22. IHW 

The fonw of 26 Mrlorta 
volnnteern for thr Boer 
le«vr«i Bt 11 p.ro. ioniKht for 
.South .Afrtr*. under the 
c'onimand of Capt. M. G. 
Blarvrhard. 

The grand farewell plan 
ned for Monday night h a • 
had to he HHived up to to- 
night at the drill hall when 
VIrtorta will aay farewell 
and ea<‘h man will hr presen- 
ted with a purse of money 
ralaed by Milm-rlption. 


Pioneer Soeiely 
Saves History 

ApHI 9. IS11 

Vlri«»rta’a old Hmer* de- 
cided the Ume had CMUne to 
lorm The Ptooeer Roriety. 
ao that Ihe e»Hy hlator> of 
\h'torta would not be loal. 

Tha offleem were: preal- 

dent, John Dieiieon; vlee- 
prenliienl. 4ule» Reuff; aeo- 
relary. Fdgar Pawrett; 
trra»urer, K. tiranclnl; direr- 
I*- Sayward. Ale* 
Young. 'Uwlhenea Ilriard and 

H r.. Wllb>. 


Collapsing Span 
Takes Fi fly Lives 


deni, John Dieiieon; vice- May 27. 1896 

oremideni. 4 uiea Reuff; aeo- Victoria’s Quccn s Birthday carnival, so auspi- 

reiarv F dgar pawrett; riouslv inaugurated w'ith unalloyed enjoyment lor 
trramurer, K. tiranclnl; direr- citizens and Visitors, was abruptly terminated yesterday 
I*. Sayward. Air* afternoon hv a catastrophe so sudden, so awful and 
Young. '«i<»a!hene« nriard and ^ appalling In the loss of life entailed by it that no 

H r.. wiih>. though! was left for aught besides. 

I Elerinc car mimher IS. In 

ui.-i charge of Conductor Talbot 

f .. IT and Motnrman Farr. 

^hliFl(ipf*Oltf^ H PlCOfftP hurrying to ihe aernr of ihe 

■ «ham hafllr. freighted to it* 

a capacity and beyond with holl 

\J^ m day maKer*. when m an inMant 

\ I ,Ilr*|'*I S [mirth wav turned into mouin 

T IL'IUI between W and fiO 

* * ' ,v)uls were hurried into 

a elernit). 

I TTir central vpan of Point 

K 1 B 2 HIKi UUCeil 

^ ^ the water* of the Arm. where 

Alike lor tho*e who were at a majority of Ihe impri*mn*d 
>|ay M. iWe >mi for those who pas-sengerv men. women and i 

Loyal Victoria turned ‘ Cauaewav past Uttle children to whom the | 

wnrw h,d . momcn, bc.or. I 

a thundemuB welcome to Far . creelinB been all sunahine were 

TT,,ir Mn.< Cr-rtou. ^ rtrownrt h,lor. .id could 

Eh/.hcih K-hcmcd >od pLnncd lor ihl. TIIIK AT Kl.oon 

of Bnii*h Columb a and K«d waited lone hour* TTie crashing limbers and 


Colonel T. F. Snow, army com- 
mdniler in British Columbia, to 
chII out all troops in the prov 
tnce to "romhat the flood, a* 
well a* any omer mattera 
an.sing out of this emergency’ " 
Lt Col. M, R Dare, chief of 
army staff said the army had 
taken over control of opera 
tions in emeigency areas under 
the aid to the civil power aec 
lion of the Army Act. 1 

TO ( O ORDINATE 
The army will co-oniinale 
the activitiex of the navy, air 
force. British Columbia Police 
Ihe Red Cross and government 
acenc|c^. all under the direc- 
tion of Colonel Snow 
The Biili»h Columbia army- 
commander WH* given author- 
it> In *'caU on all citizen*" to 
help and "wherever necexMry 
solicit transport or e**eniial 
maiertalv 

|.(H)TING STARTS 

l.,ootinB ha* broken out hi 
the flooded area* of the FYaaer 
Valley. 

Two reports of plundering 
^ w'ere received last nigh! aboard 
' the navy headqviartcra ahlp. 

HMCS Anllgonnh. 

V Commander L'twen C. Robert - 
son has sent amall craft, man 
•tfd hy full crew* carrying 
rifle* revolver* and Sten gun*. 
The\ are under order* to ahool 
in extreme cases 

RA1TI.K “Kt TOR 

Maisqui pio\ed Ihe new 
majni battle seco-r yesterday 
^ in the de*{>craie fight against 
‘ Ihe Fraser 




mm 




It wns 1914. and Victoria's fighting the Sophia went down In the greatest 

men were off to war— on Ihe Princess dLsaster on this coast. See story 

Sophia, above. A few years laler below. 


343 Feared Drowned 
As Ship Sinks in Gale 


Victoria 
King and 


Cheers 

Queen 


I . T I |>*. son ha* sent *mall craft, man 

><iSl ^cUl nllCS tfd hy full crew* carrying 

rifle* revolver* and Sten gun*. 

| «\fcr The\ are under order* to ahool 

tri \Tlr>I 1 lIsM extreme case* 

June 17. twill RA1 TI.K '»K( TOR 

The Iasi sad rites were Malaqui pio\ed Ihe new- 
paid to Ihe remains of <k»» maj"i btufle *eoi*T yesterday 
ernor •iemour. and. freed tlp*{K«rale fight *gain*t 

fnmi the tolls and vesathms Fraser 

of life, the NkI> of the tale h.vppened when Ihe 

.-hlef dlgnimrv of the < olony j .Maisqui broke 

iwho died uin^msf a few morning, spurting 

days ago alH«rd HMn Npar ^ air. 

row haw k I now repose be minutes ihe level of 

neaih the i-onse* rated sward reached the roof of 

of the Naval i emetery. ^ ,he bank. 

The air force flew In 10.000 
Miidb-Ty' in bolbiei weakened 
f -k /J/'f |^/’> f* nv. defence*. Bymidafter- 
C V # jlofyl water* had 

wi<len»Ml 10 h«U * mile boiling 
• t I across several thousand acre* 

^ §\ ^ borne*. 

DIKES (iO 

Feb. IS. llWCl Other dike* In the Maiaqui 


CM. 27. IBIS 

With 268 passenger* aboard y* y k > k 

and a crew of 7S, the CPR / fifif# 

steamer Princess Sophia on | ^ \ \ “ 

Friday night *lid from Vandei 

hilt Reef Lymn Canal, where W C ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 

she had been hammering fori J fj l\C(? M I t^C 

almost two days, and aank in j 

deep water during a hurricane ' 

and blinding snowstorm. Not yhi. a, itMU 

one of the total of Ml person* fire which apparently started In the main 

on board the III fated vessel aisle of the tiovernment Street de|Hkrtinenl store 
wa.s saved, according to Ihe |)a\ld Spencer. Ltci., last night practlraliy wiped 

latest reports. entire blcH'li bounded by tiovernment, Fort, 

T^e L’.S. lighthouse ••■noer Hr^ad Streets and Trounce .Avenue, the estimated 

Cedar, whi^ had damage being 5il.50fl.000. The conflagration U the 

me by since the Ume oi me , . , .7 , . - • -a 

grounding, wa* torced away In the hialorj of the nt>. 

hy the force of Ihe wind and After four hours’ des]>erBte fighting the out- 

by the blinding snow When break was bniught under control about 2.30 a.m. 

the Sophia sent out a message Actual origin of the fire is a mystery. 

that she was On several occa.slons the Driard Hotel wae 

«'>».' ''-r' 'ir 

find the stricken ship She tiovernment Street and the southern side of fort 

was forced to wait unitl morn Street anffered some damage. 

Ing. and when she arrived at ■-_x-u-u- 

Vanderbilt Reef the mast tip* 
were the only thing vtsibie of 

the Sophia rhpian Admits i^nnw 

BUNDING SNOW 

The Sophia ran hard on the > w'Y • I 

“ Popular David I ee 

with a large passenger ll*t. 1. 

consisting of those wishing ^ • 

get out before winter *et lb. M M I I m ' m 

in LllV 

The Cedar located the body of J 

a woman and four boat* up rack* and awuke Offner Wm. 

turned on Uncoln Islan rlock wa* strtk Irvine who was lying in bed, 

ih^irmi£li"wide aTthe* split ‘ng midnight, ushering in ihl* «'"b the HtarilinK statement: 

where Vanderbilt Reef lu^s Joyou* Christmas day. a crime ' 1 am the man that *h..i a man 

:n^" the"touma.nr'^m^ « dark. ...wardly and my* ^ 

charrriu ift th^ uMier's edffe tcrious a* ever disllgured the myseir up 
sharply to the water * enge . . „rovince wav Chief .Shepfiard having given 

Th,,,- I. no h.hn.tlon '“J iho ."o.,,,, r.J.lon, 

mile*, the shore being cold and perpetrated at Ihe ent^rr cf anvihme 

bleak. Mariner- state that Blanshard and View sireetv J'bed b,^ had anything 

when the wind blows up or where David ^ i,,. repii^rf d^-Une to 
down the narrow funnel like man known and liked by 

canal the force attained i* ■•mn.i evwyone in \ uioria^ Mv nlme U Cla^^^^^^^ 

tpmfic b.*i hi.- life at the hand* of ^ " Uarr^ w. 

temiic Ph«ian Phelan, and I waa bom In 

Four and a half mile* below Dublin. Ireland. I am Xt vearr 

the reef he* Lincoln Island. ■"d some frlenda were 

and It IS upon the fine beaches walking along View Mree 

of Ihl* that the wreckage of "nd were Just starting down 
the Sophia will be cast by Blanshard. when a man. whn 
the wind blowing down the wa- standing on the curbstone L I 

o-n.i '"5 rCnialC 

UORST nisAHl'FK «ddree*ed 

With 11.0 hoi- of ..irwvor, *• -""'P*'"”"* 

vory («m. .. .ho prrwni ..me 4 • I 

It seems that Ihl* tragedy will RAISED (. I N, FIRM) /\PnVrll^ 

exceed in loss of life any He said: "You challenged ^ R* ■ ■ » AaiiJ 

wreck that ha- occurred on me." or words to the same ef 

this roast. In 19d». the Valen- feci. Both turned amunrt. Fee « 

cla went ashore at Cape Beale, In so doing e-xposing hi* f IrtOtl I /kI" 

with a loss of 11.6 lives. breast At that Instant, the \_jlvtlll I iti|- 

The company i* doing ail man raised a double barrelled 
that Is possible sending boat* gun. which before had not 
oui to patrol the canal In been noticed and fired The 

search of aurvivora. It ha* muz/le must h*ve been within The fine Iron *te*m»hlp 
been verv difficult to gei in four feel of Fee* hrea.-i Tynemouth rast anchor in 

touch with the scene of the At 1..60 this morning a f-laquimalt harbor - when tha 

disaster as the messages have medlum-*lzed young man. ap- vessel left England there were 
to be relayed by wireless parenily aboui 30 year* of age. 270 passenger* on. board W of 

many timea. entered Ihe city police bar whom were female* One of 


Feb. IS. I8H.S 


The sinking of the Beaver defence chain broke during the 
on Saturday last lYie '.Id 

Beaver, the first slesmer that »i*hiers In Mai.soui 


on the blue Pacific Ocean torn, regar^i.r^ 

Thousands of citizens, up tort. 

Island residents and io«ri*i« — - • ' • 

from many parts of the United 

State* packed the buaine** dis l)oil<^l3S lllCS 
trict and atreet* leading to the l/Ullj;iart 

Inner Harbor long befo^ Se i ■« I I I 

Primes Marguerite arrived | Nll(|(|enlV 

from Ihe moat Important ^ 

vo\ age »be h*d ever made. ^ 

Worn ren Mile PolrU to the Aw*. *. » 

liartn’r, aeveral thmieend aulc* | The paople <rf kbe whole 
m«>bll«* and many apei'tator* prnvtiu-e will be pwioed be- 
hned the waierfr»*ni to wel »ood ea p rewali»n m leorn 
anme Ihe weasel and her escort Jame« IhHiglaa. *be 

of four Royal Canadian Navy revered and honored of all 
destrovem. HaMes. departed IM* Mfe 


- ' ■ ‘ p>«" »>- .n ...M .h- - ;,p'; ;7r!:. "Cr r " 

u«ter« received it. and. dnub _ ... sliii-ken M»wn. 


water* rece.v^ iL an^ dnub 

ling up, pierced it also from , ^ ^|,„vefl 


ling up, p»rrcen u aiso irom . . . polievefl RcMdents of flooded arca= 

below, so that many were h*^e almosi all been removed 

rr .rmTr’“':^,r r r/^ar;r.rtu:yi r.; .0 ..m pom,. .. 

.1 . ■ riav when it wa* flr*1 cut. ringe* 


destroyem. HaMes. departed IM* Hfe 

Nowhere In Canada, perhapa, q„nr siitldenlv ai II o'clock 
have ThHr MaJesUes met auch 

a thoroughly Rrlllsh welcome James waa In his ap- 

It pleased the crowd to see , 00 ^ health yesler- 

Hi* Majesty’* first concern. 4rt>lnc In 

tipf)n hi* arrival on Vancouver afternoon with hi* 

Island, wa* * wclldlaci 

plined corps of h*s sailors. A rotmtry has siistaloed 

ten-e silence, which ws* more ^ »lm«ai irreparable loas 
disturbinr *ban a about, ar death af IM* great 

rompanied the King’* Inspec good man who ha- gone 

Ron of hi* guard of honor. ^ ,„l, 

Meantime. Her Majesty honor*, leaving a 

stood In that same lofi fall m bright and Imperishable 
rngllsh ram. a imilini vision In 

pale blue. 


First Street Cars 

Ihe greater number of the 
A M M ^ M hodie* had been recover^ at- 

/k I I I \jlit iOliS though IM. praeiicallv certain 

.K>n^ removed from the fatal water*. 

*■ "" .nrl p.r(or..«1 p.t>yn, .nd *'‘7. 

h.nd«,m. ..rr,. cr. for o.. 12 douWr ..do .nd ^°;Z” vir\,ZT.U « hod,... 

«w new Victoria Decirtc Rail- four end window* The motor 

way arrived by rhe R. P. Rlt boxe* are on^r the car and ^^^^ned ao that the work of 
het ve*ierdav and drew many a between the front and rey rpfoverv may be completed. 

? m fIpN . The ^lamlty u without pre 

euiiouR vliitor to ih* CPN « ^ , p,nch in the history of the 

wharf during tha day ^ passenger* can be crowded pacific Coast without parallel 

The new car* are w*1l and on hoard by the ’rnove up' pro- (ff Iors of life involved 
•ubsiandally built, with bodies cea* Lighted with electricity, tmee the memomble Pacific 
lA leot long All the inttde and provided with electric bell* disaster .*»o many victim* ha- 
work M of aah. wtih finishings worked no dry baiterie* the p claimed that there is •rarrely 
•f cherrv and trimming* of c*r* are complete in all their a home in Viciona that has not 
w>M braaa. poliahed. appointmenia. lo*t *ome relative or friend. 


day When It was firsi rut. 

Aug- •. M*’’"* j running high by the rspidly 

_ . L, «*«u I •rrumulaling debris - 

The pw*ple khe w?*me calamity spread L? ^ f , 

pmvln*^ will be pMned be- j,y 3 o'clock the § i 

yood eaprewalon m hcavUy-frcighted car plunged ^ '• 

that Air Jame« Ihwiglaa. Ihe f^rough the bridge af exHclIy 
•vrred and honored of *11 jq jjitnutr* lO 2 - a crowd of MMk - 

aese s , departed Ihl* Mfe ihomyind* filled the -fri*ets ejB 

iilte wnldenly al II o'clock approarhe* to the rtcalli- £ 

at night. trap- eager lo be helpful, fian 

Air James waa In hts ap- n,. with anxiety a- in the {ate 
irent good health yesler- ^f loved one- who might have 
ny and was out dtiilng In the enr. or dazed al ^ 

«e afternoon with his moRi -lupefied for Ihe time 
wnllv. hy the magnitude of the dis 

The rotintry haa sustained a-ter which had come upon BrAA 
n aknoat IrrepnrwMe Inas , |he city. * 

1 the death af thi* great The hour was not without 
nd good man whn ha- gone tl* heroes who were quick to 
own *o Ihe grave full of think and act, and to these 
ears and honor*, leaving a heroes women and men. the 
right and Impertshahle -sivstion of many frnm 

emrd behind him fbe water* is due. a- well a- 

the winning hark from death AVOR PK COSMO-*' 

of many who had to nil ap — 

peaiance- j»a**ed into the 

m shadow land. The work of the i ■»• 

>/>/ f i \ rescurer- lasted through *11 /,/>i>/*ff fkir/’ 

* * Wf* • afirrnoon. and by evening I yf • t M ■« 


Seen In Fassing 


Lrrrh Hirer 
) irids (odd 


Aug 4. IMVt 

The steamer Alexandra 
has Just arrived from Hooke. 
The news is very exHtlng. 

A $70 nugget has been 
found two miles alwive the 
HHMilh of l^eech River, and 
waa hrtHighI down on the 
Alexandra hy Ihe finder. 

A enmiwny of colored 
people. Ihe Hnder* of the 
great nugget, are taking out 
$1 tn the pan. 

la'eeh River t* armost 
entirely staked off. 


April 16. IHHA 

Amor de < o*m«* riding home 
in a cab alter a difftcull after 
noon that saw him beaten over 
The he.ifl with an umbrella 
wielded by Robert Dun-millf 
and eha-tised by R P. Rilhet 
so thoroughly that he had lo 
reireai behind a post and seek 
refuge in hi* office The 
trouble began when Mr de 
Cosmo- verhallv berated Mr, 
Dunsmuir and Mr Rifhei. who 
was ah-eni. After Mr, Dun»- 
muit fmi-hed. Mr Rilhet nr- 
iivrxl pi>-ih-4»ie having heard 
of Ihe remark* |>a-^-ed lAll 
three men are aciive in poll- 
lies, wiih de Cosmos favoring 
)ourn*li-m. Dunsmuir a noted 
hu*ine-*man and Rithel the 
mayor - . . . Thi* wa* a busy 
dav for new*i>apermen. with 
\a' K. Hlggtna. editor of the 
Coloni*!. beeoming involved In 
a war of word* with Thotna* 
fhadwick of the post office 
Murh heal wa* generated and 
an appreciative crowd formed 
a Ping »iih the pnir pegging 
away ai each other for »ome 
minutes. Chadwick retired in 
a hadiy haltered condition. Hig 
gin* wa- unhurt . . . Hlr Jamea 
and lasdy Douglaa hurled from 
their ramage when a horse 
shied, dragging the other horse 
and the carnage into • deep 
ditch The coachman held the 
maddened horses m with great 
pluck and no or>« waa injured 
, iJune 15. 1876.1 


The Sophia ran hard on Ihe 
submerged rock* during a 
blinding snowstorm while on 
her way south from Skagway 
with a large passenger ll*t. 
constating of those wishing to 
get out before winter set In. 

I'p lo Ihe present time no 
survivor* have been found. 
TTie Cedar located the body of 
a woman and four hoala up- 
turned on Uncoln Island 
Lynn Canal Is only sbout 


FtMiiale 

Arrivals 
Clean Lot 

Kept IB. 18412 

The fine Iron •teamghip 
Tynemouth cast anchor in 


Lujiior Change 
Wins Handily 

Juoe IS. 1952 

Advocfttea of liquor by the xIami cheered Ba 
British ColumbiA's controversial liquor plebisrlle 
went "Ves” throughout the province hy an almost 
2*1 according to latest available return*. 

In 116 of 146 polls. Victoria voted '•Yes,” 
10.128 lo 8..3,36. f)ak Bay voted “Yes.” to 

J..522. In 19 of 92 poUs, Raaalch voted "Yea.” 
1.7.32 to l.MS. 


the latter <a widow tiamed 
KUzabeth Buchanan i died iwo 
day* before the vessel re.v-hed 
the Falkland lalanda. whera 
she was burled She was «f 
• he niimber sent out under the 
auspK'ei of the l^nndon Fe- 
male Kmlgration Society 
We went aboard the steamer 
and had a good look at the 
lady pasaengers They are 
monTly cleanly, well built, 
pretiy-liviklng young women 
age* varying from 14 to an 
iinrertaln age A few are 
young widow* who have seen 
better day* Moat appear to 
have been well raised and gen- 
erally they teem a superior 
kit to Ihe women usually met 
with on emigrant vessel*. 





rj^'CHOOSE "wonderful woollens from 


Brilliant 


Victorii 


n. IWI 

luhard John Mungra^. 
of Tour»n. WairrionJ. 
,nd M»»» Sophia 

lUii aiath daughter of 
xf Hon Rul>ert Oum 
^ere marrlM ai Christ 
. r.thadral, sMt^rday. 


The guard of honor of the out f« 


mand of 


upont. 


fashionable and 
neaaed In Viciona 
iDontha. 

T^^o oclock waj 
Mil lor the «?remony. •''f’ *’ 
mat time the body of the 
cathedral filled with 

vlied Rueats, while h^"**^^* 
of ladles and dozens of gentle 
men not ao highly 
crowded the side seats in the 
church, the aisles, the church 
yard and the streets 

rXWiANT COSTIME 

Sir Richard, with hla best 
man. Mr H. A. Barton 
Deputy Attorney General, and ! 
his groomsman. Lieut. Mu^ 
grave. RN. entered the church 
by the vestry, s moment only 
before the bride made her ap 
pearance. with her company. 
The bride- the observed of all 
obaervers-bore herself well 

seeming not to feel the rtgtd 
acrutiny to which she was 
being subjected. Her costume 
was of particulgg elegance, and 
became her well. The dress 
was of white and silver bro- 
cade. with full court train, bro- 
caded In silver In the pattern 
of the Prince of Wales' ere«i 


r':vrK"r,:^'’;u.!rrnL:’ . P^o...d h,r^c.,.»u.e. . o, 

rmA'^^"thli*Pr°ncilL' biuTw n«S*prwno» Into Ihr gallpr Tl.f Marqui, ol Urne^-^".. 

r,«rr?.h’or:S-; '"Tda.cn ‘"f Kan»n.Arn»r . 

the ladies and gentlemen were strikingly beautiful, and will 
admitted and presentc<l, not soon be forgotten by those Mis. 

and the who participated In it. Her primrone a coiffuia 


lor many 


not soon be forgotie.n by those 


His Excellency . 

Princess occupied the space In Royal Highness looked rematk 


the tradition of Quality 
vou have learned 


MRS. RALPH SMITH 


Glitlerini: Affair 

Hundreds Enjoy 
Gorrrnor’s Balt 


Makes Maiden Speech 


to trust 


carries 


on at Wilson’s 


1,1^ M. 1 £ kJ their coaiumes being wnue 

Charlotte Corday, with long 
sashes, and flowers to match. 

"MW I 'Uttle Be.ssie and May Duns- 

1-1 1/lonillAt^ 'tnuir acted as tram bearers, 
I TIillllJV'l being followed by Utile Misses 

Mr« '•rnlih p*>inted to the mulr. bearing baskets of 
, , , d (a, I that httr m.jortl.v h.d t«»n 
Ralph unequalled In me history of Hie 
irt .w- provime. The answer of the 
of tl;e Vancouver r 


Ocl. 2*. IMW 

The first ball Riven by His 
Excellency the Governor and 
Mrs. Kennedy In the ballroom 
recently attached to Govern 
ment House, took place on 
Thursday evening, and was 
beyond a doubt the largest, the 
most sociable and In all rC' 
apects the most succes'ful 
reunion that ha.s taken place 
In the colony 

Invitations were extended to 
the heads of the civil depart 
ments and offlcial.s in both 
colonies, the officers of the 


honor, at 

cupy . -tt n„ ,„r ... ... to lh..«- 

U„,l.tu,e. intn Ih. »h« ..pp,,<r.t h.r h.d t^-n Itn.l 

tjutii's \p«.itr*l.iv. derisive. received I 

Site >.f>'ke on the nldrrss in ONl' Alt AttO of Ihelr 

rrnlv to the spec, h fi'*m the lyvs than a year ago the ^arroch '' 
ihn.’nc makinc her maiden measure to enfranchise women hrlde. H 

■ rta,; pavse<l by the Legislature, pany spe 

speech. The event had been |, the riRlU of merrily I 

looked forward toby thep'iblir ^,1 „„ the floor of dence 

and the re^Tjaion she re«x‘ive<t ti,p House Vancouver City by grnund.s 

wav HsiriKincindnation of the eleetinc her had earned that During , , . .. 

►.I there heme legislatinii to Us logical con- wedded pair embarked on the 

public approval of there hemg ^ memhers must i.ome. which had been spec- 

among me legislators one of j, prepared for their ac- 

the weaker sex -But Hike to think that there commoilation, and which en- 

MAJOR l)K( ISION Is not a member on thia floor Joyed ’^e honor of convey Ing 

Apparently having In mind Te'rml^I ciry a «r 

the new order of things. Mr. will be taken for the east, en 

Speaker was called upon to H Is required you may de route to the ancestral hon^ 

Jk. . n.n..„..,u. d.,.^n. jj-nd ^ P. r..P. .n I'-;;;;" 

The quevtion. he said, had been the ring — : - 

pul to him whether U wa.s a nn&flgn8n?lBBO3e0BflB9B900Bafl9e&BM98Bfl&BM9fl&l 

i^(...fvvnry. under the rules of ^ ^ 

the Houw», that the new mem- g 

her for Vancnuver whould l»e at- g 

tire<l in any particular iavliiwn g 

when on the floor of the Uou-vp ^ 

It Wrt^ a diffi'uM luohlem. Mr. ^ ^ 

SiM'flkcr admiiied. hut afier 


the afternoon Sir 


1221 ttOVlRNMCNT ITRUT. appsftits Ri*t Offks — Rkasi tV I* 

//ouri: 8 30 a.m. Is 5 30 pm. A/ondo}/ Through Sotu>day 


from which 


oins in 


C/toose a 


challenger FJERNA- 31 ATK 


and let time take care of itself 
automatically I 


The City of Virtoria provide* unllmlfM op- 
portunlly for all types of worthwhile enter- 
prises which furnish employment lo score* 
jbf citizens and work for the benefit of ihe 
community. 


Challenger Eterna malic , . . the first .selfwinding wi 
the most dramatU' achievement In wat«h making In h 
featuirs a 17 -Jcwei precision movement, made In S 
FTERNA rraftshops. exclusively for Birks in Canada. 


Men's models juiced from 


We are proud of the growth of thi* city 
which, in turn, has made poasible the growl h 
of a highlf/ regarded daily newspaj>er such 
as The Colonist 


ladles' models priced from 


SKE BIRKS SELECTION OF FINE QFALIT\ 
SWISS WATCH KS 

by world-renowned makera 

• ETERNA • OMEOA • LONCJINES 

• WITTNAl'ER • ELCilN • ROEEX 


MAVOK Pr.RfT WTBBAH 
City of VtHoria 


We wish every buocmw to The Daily Colonist in its task of serving this 
thriving community. 


available on birrs BLixirr pi^n 

10*i Down — Balance In Cotivenkn! Monthly PaytnenW 


PHONE KV 2-4Z41 


708-708 YATfS OTBEFT 


4 





Personal 

lyfENTlON 

twvl. 21. IKH2 

FriricfHS Loujm*, d-uunin ul v<mvn VkIuiU pimmiI ou 
•J iisdi heie >rilruU> lo dc UUei mat. nn 
and has a Ime liguir and m>s\ laiiuyi- -'Uv vsoi» 

a Black fciuwl. bolitirl with a siaijcl l>luinc *.r li-atnci ami a 
black liKurrd »ilk drrw. wan duUnaii. a **mjae nul nmi.- t/ie 
leM akgam toilei Mar maimri is unallccicd anc 


MaiQUis (jf Loim-. seimii ‘«c *ia 

Mi.s« K«mJ^*n H**avpn. sslih Viennn Ikavca. pnacuUHl 

ttia Pnncea* with a i»uf|uel when she lamiwl. 


Itf*. H. 1 !HM 

A fashionable audience lined ih# Vninria ■IlicalP- laS! 
niftht loi the conceit of the aeasim, held in aid of the luhvt 
culoAia SannaMum Fund. The rntei lainmrnl pH>v»dr*d was. ..I 
an unuanally high order. Hit of tne evening was Mis. fioU> 
SehJ who performed a dance so cle\eHy that -nhe was leialu-d. 

• * * 

March 2 h. I»H 4 

At half past 10 oilmk at night a lai;'e numhe. of (ivi- 
mania Sing Veiein. raiiyrng an illunimat.-n tiai.MMH-ncv and 
eacmied hy loirh beareia cariying colmed lighis |niKceded( 
to the -'St (iemge Hotel and sang sp\cial iMMUllUil aiis to 
welcome (iovrin... Kenned.v and his famiij 'Hie paiM aimed 
on the mail siraniei and when the .an.nm bomnnl iJie nov.- 
that 'he fii'iue goveirmi w.is ahoa'id eveis sehiclr oi ihe rit\ 
and e\riv etpune qiiHihupcit hoiiierl dMwn in hsquiiTiHit 
Mrs Kennedy ard her two lovely da.ighleis weie gallantly 
assisted from the Bieamn. 

* ♦ • 

April Ifi, UNI.S 

Mm. Richard MiHude. wile of the pirmin. ente- lamed 
at the lea hmit on VS'ednesrlav in honor of her gio-i Mm. 
Mc<;ilhvrav. of Vamouve!. Mis M.Bndewas gowned ineiram 
point Aespril with lace and salm Baimiuies. and wa. asMstid 
by Mm. Mrdllllvray m black soile osn l.rffela .Mis, 1- P 
Duff and Mrs. Tallow piesidrd at the tea table. 

”■**** • * * I 

Dec. 10 . IKHA ' 

.Mr and Mrs. Robert Ouiismuh- enieriainc'd a laige i.um 
ber of ladies and gentlemen at the famiK lesidrme h'si e\e 
nlng at a fancy dress .rahen* paity. The sp.icio.is tMilom 
were thronged with gaily and in some irismn.e.s ginie.qnily 
costumed guest. M»ss Dnnsmuii was 'Winiei m wiuie an«l 
awatiwl.iwn, fio.ied mo'.s and erowtr Mrs Htsden of N* 
naimo as ••Nighl ' black and silver su.s t.uwrred wdh cie. 
cent; .Mrs. <Tnft of I'hemalniis as a fade ».f ihe couri of 
I^uia XIII; Mrs. D. R. Hams. Queen of Sunflovseis. ' 

* « * 

Am. 2A. ia«» 

V’iciotia ia agog over the news that His Kxiellency tho 
Gosernor i Anthony Musgiavei i.s engaged Hurt will slmrtly 
lead to the altar an American lady a near reiaiixe of Mi. 
Cyrus Kield, of Ailantir telegraph .able fame, Thi* is very 
happ.N our Interests under Confedrraimn will hr so inter 
woven wiih those of the I’nifrd States that oiii pc. pie would 
•spenence sinceie pleasure in having an Amencrtn Uil) 
presiding at OUR White House, 

* * * 

.^prlt Ifi. im 

Mrs R P Butchart entertained at the tea hour Friday, 
her prem home •’The I'halet " Rnr kland Asenue tiemg . harm 
Ingly decorated a la Japane.se, .Mrs Btiichait le.etvivf n- Hie 
drawing room ahla/e with a pietly ginuping of yellow fillps; 
while the lea table arranged with rheiry bl«Mim. «tnl hnws 
of broad red rihhnna ysas presided o\er h\ the Mi.ses 
Butchart. Ihe .Miss»*s Puts and Mis« Lucy Little all in quaint 
Japanese ensfumes 


1 



UMS Amphion' Giirn a Ball 


fiatiu (Tnlflnttit Victoria. I.C.. 'Hior*.. D«. n, 


‘A Memorable Night’ 

I «t the Ro\al Naval Yaid. and nlea.sure utiilloxed — a 


.M.y lb. .kg. It was an evening o.jouny — — ^ ,,, light, a.s a centre- 

Out at the Royal Naval Yaid. and plea.sure unalloyed - a ^ piece 

Flfcquimali. last evening nighi when sciem'e and ongin , , , . Al the oppu-siie end of the 

Captain Flnm. and hi* oHicets artistic taste and .si>aciouii sail loH. that in yearn ,he eniiamw 

of HMS Amphlon gave a ball ' ' ^ knowledge of what **> ''“'’essetl inaiiy was the flag <liapc<l hall- 

to their Victoria friends that ' , , . Innciions of the clMiactei «a\ fiom which at nrw side 

will noi be foigotten when ihe makes a peiieii though none moie pleasuiable »qi»*ncd ihe light lefrcshment 

buds of today have blossomed hioughi lo reinforce the hospit f,om then minages umm. Mmply but ellrcnvely 


tell a, new geuetafion " . .s a night w n ar* ' • • 

who are now childien. of the tune, and even grim Vulcan, 
pleasure* of that memorable became the willing slaves of 
night. Terpsichore, and lent their 


themselves in a tecepnon hHlh Uu other Mde ihiv hallway r 
the Still* and Stupe, ol I luie down an aiMsrir stairway to 
Samsitnmam lai gcl\ emtihmcd Hu ensy sitting out looms and 
with Bntam* colois m the el through them to the .upper 
Icciive decoMtinns. Tlie spicy l»ah 
fiagiance and biilliant plumes S..MOKIMI ROOMS 
of Ihe eveigicen weie also i.>n jhwond the supper room 


^ J f / f #i / f f F) //J of the eveigiern weie also i-on ji,.sond the supper room 
« f #f F C* #-/f wO »pjcuon., mingted with the placed the smokings 

V- * .Kweet mhu- and the funk and ,n,,nis wUh their sociable 

f e f • while of many aftple blir.Homa. twhies foi the non dan- 

ifl IjIVO 1 \MK. IM.FM irv rci. -ud the cateicm de^rt. 

J.Xpt L ILAi llj ,h.ch Mm. Henry 


1 \MK. IM.FM irV 


iud the cateicm depart- 


.May SO. IHS4 

(OKKKI.f., Out.— Foe baby girK. the largest 
weighing three pounds and four ounces, and the 
.mallest a pound less, were horn yesterday f« Mrs. 
OItvB Dionne. AM are healthy, and are evpected 
by the physician attending; the birth. Dr. A. K. 
Dafoe, to live. 

Mrs. Dionne, twenty-four years old and the 
mother of six other children, one of whom died, was 
stated by th# physician fo be in goo<l condition. 


Explon*r"s \X idotv 


Firsl Tilled Visitor 
Stirs Yales Sheet 


In the ’hallinom. the tasio 

and ingenmiy of the dcioiatois t Uy was m lomma 

111 cnui-ie h.id a moic lavoiiible The orchesiia of the Fimt 
fi 4 -|ri in Which 111 as'cri them HMi'Hlion, Filth Regiment, 
selves. Ami cPiiaiul' mme (.'anaitun Ailillciv, sujiphcd 
chaimii.g oiigmahty' ue\ir the music for the danemg, the 
piavcil Us pait Ul making sue ImII Iwing thoioughly Knghsh 
cesN |m an Ksipuniall ilaiice. - the caul of Ik daiu rs rvclu- 
At the cvtieinc end of the si'e ol cviras was laigely 
hallitMim, itie flagcnveietl wall made up of delightful w*ll/e*. 
held Ihe .ship's cie-.! a golden while the twosir|»*. the b«m- 
lyie ioT pilher Mile, With H Ion and the Boston dip had no 
glistening iiophy of swoid |»ia<e on tlic piogiam. 

jj lart «tt WUW ns V ■« iw « «l ws »S w* ^ •*"**•* ^ 

I Serving Victoria Together for 

j One Hundred Years 


riiiKP Rainier and hts luirtc. movie -star (;ra<e | 
KHiy. art? shuvsn leasm^i ihe cathedraJ alter their 
Wedding. 

* * * 

Ainerican Beauty 
)\c(ls Her Prinee 


April IR-Mt 

Mit.NTE CARLO. .Monaro - 
Pi iricC'-s Hiacc and Piihce 
Rama-i took Iheic fiiuil mar 
ri-ige v*tws in the auateie 
Monm’an iaMie<1ial ThmsHay 
and wiajipotl in each oihei )! 
•■•iniv s;)ijed h'tii Ihe misty 
blue .Meditenanean on their 

honevmo4*n. 

•Aie you liaiMW. Gia«T'*'’ 


...me an Ametican *houi «t 
the dm K 

Hci Serene Higlmess, the 
film star daughter of .Mr and 
.Mis .Jolin B Kelly of Phila- 
delphia Pa didn’t answei hut 
(he fiiiMie smiled *nd no<kled 

ei'’’'ii;»'U'-'lh 

Ttiey cut a f'»ui fool high 
w.*<lding lake hc-|oie their 
guests in the sunlit courtyard 
of the p,«la> e 


fel>. 3 K. IHMt 

Bv the Olegoil \eslpfdav 
armed Lartx FhanKiin. rehe of 
Sir J«»hn Fianklin, the An ii< 
exfdnier whus# melancholy 
fate m the lio/en regions of 
the North i* well known and 
has passed into hisUiry. 

Lady F'lanklin* noble 
effoiis to nhiain tidings of ber 
• miKHing husband were con- 
tinued foi mans seals wiih 
an untiling desoHon which 
shows that she po*ses<p* a 
true womans heart hut with- 
out sucess till within about 
iwo jeais ago. when tia«e» 
were disi’oveied that left no 
room for douiu as to hi* fate. 
Her rievotedne*. and self 
sai rifii-e have won foi the lady 
tlie admuaiion of the ctvih/ed 
world, and hei name i* never 
mentioned hut with the pro- 
foundest feeling of respe. i 
Ijids Franklin l« a«*om 
panled h\ hei nirie Ml*s .Sofia 


Cla.ioft. Yeslenla. they 
priimenailed Yates Slieel, a. 
romwarued <*s 1 apt R**-'. 
of HMS Plumiiei. and at 
iiacfcd muih aMeuiion 

Af midnight, a party of 
amateur so.al and instru- 
mental musicians refiaiied to 
the lesMlcme of lif.scrnor 
Douglas nod »eienad«*(l Her 
Ijidyship. 

\MNKn AM) DIN FI) • 

• l..ad> Fiauklin remained 
heir a few weeks wined and 
rimed by Vicloiias gentry 
T*hen she took a tour of the 
I’arihoM louniry seeking to 
interview anvone who might 
shed Ugh! »»n Itie fate of her 
husband. Sire came back to 
Viciiiita seveial time* As (ai 
a« can be learned tpday she 
was Vicionas fust tilled 
viaiior. so It is no wonder she 
eaused a atir a* she piome 
naded Yales .Street • 



ONLY 12 SHOPPING DAYS 

TILL CHRISTMAS 

ThouNanrts of (Jifl Stiuucslions . . 

Arn.l\N(KS * TKI.KMSION * TOYS 
FUIMTIHK • ll\KDY\,\KK • (HINA 
HOlSKIIOl.D SI m iFS. FT( .. FT( . 

r-.me In and 1-ei \U A Me Fill Your Chn.simas Li--! 


Ample 

Parking 


l-.asT 

Terms 


S McLennan, McFeely & Prior Ltd. 

? HIM) f.nvernment M.. yiHorla Phone KVIIIII 

ft 

^ y« «• y« V« v« MI V« W« V« ¥•( Ml W Hk V* V* Ml 


Victoria— biiThplace of B.C. Electric 

A centennial year flashback to 

Your Utility Company's early history - Victoria, 1860 


A report In the British rolonist of nearly a rentmy aco 
aaid that after hemK buffelM on the si'hs for over .six mmilhs, 
three small aailiiiR shifis. Ihe "FVince of Ihe Sea.s." the ‘'Pniih” 
and the “Salamander," had all finally arrived in Victoria. 
R'set by adverse <‘ondilion.s— inrludlnu mutiny amonu Ihe 
crew of the "Rnitli." which had iiin out of fiesli water and 
other supplies— Ihe ha/ardoiia voyage from Scotland around 
the Horn had been completed. 

From this ha/ardou.v iK'uinnine. thi*re has t»c<’n tiuilt a 
widespread, public .sciMc'e orsani/alion in British I’olum- 
bia, now setN-iriR 1.T.T-I wpiare miles of tcrritoiy and em- 
bracing ftUX) employees. In any conMilcralioii ol hisinrical 
eveni.s in this centennial year. Victoria, the capital city, looms 
large as Ihe birthplace of the anleci’denls of the B C. Kleclnc. 

The early history of utility .services was one of liopes and 
ambition.s, and of .simcglinj: operations which encountcn*d 
Innumerable difficulties. It was not until ISO? that the BC. 
F.lertric came info existence. laiRely due to the efforts of 
R. M. Home-Payne and V. S. Barnard lo ic-finamc and ic- 
oi'Ranixe all these early ventures into one inlcRraie<1 \mi1, 
and in 15>05 to unite with the Victoria (Jas C'om|»any under 
one management 


rr \ 


r . \ 



Aa McI| KtA< «l the brit f«t «»rhi. 


The Victoria Gas Company holds the .spotlipht In the 
paRes of history as the earliest of all the seiMces. It was Ihe 
three ship* mentioned aho\e that brouRht the custom-btiilt 
part.s ordered from James A Sons. F^dinbuiRh. for the initial 
plant at Victona. where they were assembled at Rock Bay 
and lerved for many years in the gay-hearted, ga.s-lU era. 


It w as In 1R60 that a Rroup of citizens (Utile, Cal- 
verl, Reynolds, Fraser “and oihers"' petitioned the 
Ucislalive Assembly for the right to incorporate them- 
^el\es a.s a Ras company. A wordy warfare develofied 
among the citizenry for and against the granting of 
this petition. 

A wcll-signcd fietition against the company was presented 
to the House of Assembly. An equally well-signed petition 
f(»r the company was also presented. So great was the excite- 
ment and coniroversy that some people signed both pelitions. 
tberrhy reducing the weight of both of them. 

Th« \T'-lnna ('.as ('ompany Act was finally passed In IV- 
lember. IHhu, hy the I.egislalure. and so Ihe Cdmpany history 
officially N'gan. 

EletTru-ily fir^t came upon the scene in June. IWCI. That 
year ihe Mayor and rouneil of Victoria signed an agreement 
with RoU ‘11 Burns McMlckinj; in which Mr. McMirking under- 
look to •cnTt, supfMirt and maintain at thn»e separate poini.s 
in Ihe said city lat Yales and Government .Sireeis; at Blan- 
shiud Sheet and Burdett Avenue on nuirrh Hill: and directly 
norih of Ihe luesenf Memorial Arena- an electric light with 
an illuininaiiim candle power er|ual in ajfuregate lo fifty 
thousand candles." The installation i*alled for three 150-fool 
masts, each carrying four or five double arc lamps, and wa* 
placed in service in December of that year. 




L hmm 


•^r - 


./'X/ 

>0 V / ■ - ^ 




V 





Transit started with the formal opening of the street rail- 
way system on h'chniary 22. IS'.Kl. Tlie early ears wer# 
small, single truck affairs with the seals nmfiing lengthwise. 
There was ahsoluirly no shelter from the weathei for Ihe 
moiormen and conductors, ('oal-oil headlights were used, 
and there were only two routes, one extending from Ihe 
steam plant on Store Sireel. by way of .lohnson and P'orl, to 
the rnnier of FniT and Richmond; the other from the fountain 
at the corner of Douglas and Hillside to the Outer Wharf. 




lk*m*t^9*yui M.000 eMsrf 


Nm Ike l«ni, kwr • ttty ««r1, ,ttM'-cs' 


In the history' of the company on Ihe Island, which 1« only 
a few- years short of marking H.s own centennial, it w inlerest- 
ing to note that the Division activities have, in all that period, 
been headed by only four men A T. Griwaid. W. C. Mam- 
waring. F. W. ArnoH and W. C. Mearas. 

Knriched by the exiierieni-e of one <x*ntur>, the company 
enters another. Its aim Ijeing lo serve IM ruslomcr* well, and 
at the lowest rates consistent with a high standard of servu'e; 
to deal frankly and fairly with its cuflomer* and employe's; 
lo mndurt its business with courtesy and efficiency, lo 
good fiti/ims and assist in the development of the commu- 
nitie* It serve*. 


3%« t a «■ ww*** r »!»»“*“*“»****•*“*•*“' ® ******“******** *“ 




Duilu ffolmilBl Vicfri. 


IJndhergh Baby 
Spirited Away 


I^eW (jihinot Stt'orri 


Thr krynoir of 
anon found wdhm 
cl lliat Sir WtHrid 
inrne as a grrat I'ana 
I .1 «*11 ‘U* 4 ‘lan*d visd of 
Uoal ihaiai'tft . afid ih<* 
lal iJiNt nunwter as 
,.i.s glad n» rtHTivo hun 
fjjv him ovory mark of 


March 2 . 1 »S 2 

llorKMKM-. N.J.— Charles AuKii*^tiis 
hcnih Ir.. 20 immth oltl Min ol the fl>»nK ( 
uas ki<ln»VlH*U last niftht from his nurM-r> 
Khidheruh country home near here. He «*' ^ 
«%\u\ ill a stolen i*ar. 


AuR. % 

Brilish Columbia's lirst Sm-lal Credit Kover 
-u'e last niRht. 


Bovcrnmonl 


Ihe nain»wm*s» 


William A cvv 


welcome and a nnep 


mitT 


lumbia a 
lion unpi 
hlslnry of ihe conto<lciatc.i 

provinces. 

, Unique was Ihe occasion in 
many ihveriw* ways. 

l’nprcctslrnie<l In hriUl.incy 
and compleleiM'ss was Ihe ri‘- 


ware men hant f ' >-™ ‘‘^Vnm 

of BC. in a short ceremony at (.oMrnmt 

Alv) sworn in were iO labi 
hm mmisiers. two ol whom Boscrmm-nl *n 
«r„ eleHC. .u ...e ^Ir.manr 

,1 . -,-v. ho*d^ only If ' 

lo'rmadon of ihe new in llie Legislati 


delay. Keci>unl> and 
.linus had stalled ihc 
of power from ihc de- 
ll \cnrvhl governmenl o 

lied hy Premier Hymn 


Militant fighter for the right 
deleimine the 


of women to 

f their famine*. Mar 
guict Sanger dcmamlctl o\cr 
the ycais that birth control 
2 p m Ijcfore Premier information be widely 
•lipped nif to (Pwern (H*.srmmau*<l, 

>U'c. Itc emergiHl at 


Flames Destroy 
Old dlirdcage’ 


Glasses - Brond new Hearing 


19.-.7 Ibe present legislative bi 

, ings on Supenor St i eel. 
ly deslroyed huildmg whrie 

s first legiv piovincc’s first lawmakers 
p old wooden m m«Klcrn times had hou& 
stood behind mineral museum. 


Congratulations to the Colonist 
from the 


\\h<»se yturs of ex- 
jMTience an* a\ail- 
aide to with 
hard • of rhearinR 
problem'. ’ 

T.,«. .. v .. «t »• 

* 14 . .. u. 

towf*r raur* i> 'Ht 


Ml NsON 


AlJcnd Our 
Hcarinc Clinic 
n Nour hearing lesKnl 
t> ihr- world's flnr.sl 
Miko Audiometer 


R. 0. MUNSON 


1 COMPANY 

PHONK KV 3-‘i l3r» 


emmenl al C’omer 


CONGRATULATIONS TO 


BONcnimenl to give lair trrai- 
ment to all and sjierial prlvl- 
le 'C 5 in none. In this task I 
avR fnr the MipiNirt of alk of 
Oie citl/*ns of Hntl'h trdum-^ 

*^*Tl>e Social Credit attorney 
general and finan.e mlnl-'ier 
are the onlv two mim'ierv who 
have ever been appointed to a 
BC. cabinet without first ttemg 
elc ted to the LeglsUture. 

The attorney general. 
dined by The Colonist Thui^ 
dav IS Uohert \V. Bonner. 31- 
ve.ir-old Vancouver lawyer. 
The finance minister Is hlnar 
VI r.iinderson. a ' ancouver 


ON ITS 100th BIRTHDAY 


\\> .Are proud lo Hair AhsM»‘<I "ith the 
Instullution of Its Presses 


HAFER MACHINE CO. LTD 


MA( HINISTS KABKIt ATOH‘s UKI.DM 
**A loniplele Machine Shop IMH Appreiltl 

1720 STOKK STKFKT * ' ' 


Wo Salute The Daily Colonist 
ON ITS 100th BIRTHDAY 


r«la!»h*1»efl In N le» 

tnrin In |it'l 

one year aller the 

rnl.mid D lird i»»oe. 

tl.i- Bank o( Alontrral 

ihfo a htanch ol 
\lr ol BrlH'li 

^orlh .\merna. long 
•inie a port «l ih'' 
B ol "^1 - I'"* pl"'*-'! 
a Iea<liti0 psd 

coiomunilv • «le. el- 

opmenl. Toflav. the 
B ..I M»enr« ihf «Hv 
*n<l vUnllv llaotiflli 
it. main nfin e af*'l 
Ifn *lralegi' ally lo- 
cated hraii' I '-* 


ip Bank of Montreal salutes 
ill tlic siiKcrc hopr that 
o lo press another lOO years 


\s onr olil timer lo ano 


from now 


ctirs to coinc 


)u demand SERVICE , . . QUALITY 
wilt find it at Island Engravers. 


Bank of Montreal 

(^ 4 UUlda^ *pOt 4 t 


fo 2 mil ion CM*^**y 


• LINE CUTS 

a ZINC AND COPPER HALFTONES 

• COLOR CUTS • BRASS PLATES 

• COMMERCIAL ART 


Island Ensravers Ltd 

649 PEMBROKE STREET • TELEPHONE EV 2-883 





y t.» u 




^^\\\^ CTolnnl'd Victorii. I.C.. n.Brt.. r« It. 1*SI 17 


A CENTURY of ACHIEVEMENT 


The Daily Colonist's Chronicle of 
your Province's first one hundred 
years is but a glimpse of what 
British Columbia shall be in 2058. 


BRITISH COU MBIA'8 Wth LIXilSLATIVK ASSKMBI.Y 


"With pride in our pioneer past 
—let all British Columbians unite 
to face our boundless future with 
faith, hope, and confidence." 

prtfnicr of Bnti^ CelumbiQ 


II 


W- 


QQQ ! g'QDijllli 
DQDi n mDoao 


aDDDc: 








w 

■m 1 

■bv 





















18 fiaily (CoIonW ViciorU. B.C.. n«r*.. Dte. 11. 1«8 


l{itssian 


S«pt. It. I»ut 

STOCKHOLM July •!»<! 
Augual wtre month* ol horror, 
which never will l>e forgniien 
by pcrsonii »ho have watched 
Russia's two great citiea 


Ambassador H rveryw -an 

such an impie.sMnn Two at motor lorries filled with armed 
tempts were made on his life soldiers dashed madly through 
while he was In Moscow. >Tlu» the streets with utter div 


uempt of 


V * /I u**'^^*' every- 

lk> where in Russia .selfdrience 

. AS Ow. t* forcing unwilling bciliger- 

onls to take up arms against 
the ruthless p<'rseculion of so- 
.^^P|8 called commissions for sup- 
JB I^Kti ?reas\or\ of a countei rcvolu- 
tioi. which shot down the hour- 
ALEXANDER KERENSKY gpoisie by the hundreds. 

l,eon Trotsky. BolsHevjki 

Minister of War. evidently is 
determined that his dictator- 
ship of the proletariat shall 
not lepeat the hUUory of the 
former provisional government 
and tall through being too 
merciful. 


Tsar Nicholas II. hts German-Dorn wiic, arm idm- 
ilv were amnne the first to die at 
Bolshcviki. They were murdered on .ralylh. l.n«. 
The autocractic ruler had done nothinR to relieve 
the terrible sufforinR of the Russian mas.se.s. thus 
pavinc the way for the Bolshevlki. 


LEON TROTSKY 


CONGRATULATIONS! to the 
DAILY COLONIST 


Victoria was celebralmc the birth of BritLsh 
Columbia as a province. Movement was on 
fool that resultini in ihe incoriioration of 
the City just four years later . . . The British 
Colonist, now The Daily Colonist, made its 
1«)W. And on Yates Street, in Ihe same >ear. 
lU) years ago. the firm of Hickman Tye 
Hardware opened its doors to supply the 
needs of jcMlf*!’ farmer, miner and pros- 
pector. 


re- almost wiihout loss of life hut 
jcn obMTvrr* of the Russian p«ili- 
fell ncal situation say that no such 
— ^ hlotxllc'-s end can r<»me to the 
Soviet Republic. It ha.s given 
no quarter and will receive 
none. 

I’lomler Lenin, war mim-s 
ter Truisky, SverxlJoff. i-mm 
dent of the lenlral cAcvuitvc 
rommillee, 


Ex Premier Kerensky 
fu.sid to impose ihe death 
ally and hi* government 


ON Hk) VI-:.AKS OF I»t BUCATION 


Our Congratulations 


and ether BnUhe- 
vlkt lenders realuc this and 
they dnubtles* will fight as 
long a.s a single soldier le 
mmns loval to ihrm Trotsky 
lias said in his speerhe.v that 
.MuU'ow wiil be I educed to 
ashes befnte it surrrndeis. 

Night has t>een hideous In 
Mo»cc*w for months betause of 
the volleys from e.vetUlion 
bqiiad.s in the military en- 
closures where pMsoner* ate 
kepi. Foreigners and Ruvsians 
alike were seairhed without 
warrants and the Red guards 
marched crowds of men and 
wromen prisoners through th* 
streets with such regulartiy 
that pede«tn|ins hardly no- 
ticed them. 

Marie Spindonnva. a social 
revolutionary leader, charged 
In her memorable speech, 
made before fhhe all-Ru'wuan 
Soviet Congress at Mowow on 
July 4 that BoLshevlki rule was 
more tyrannical than that of 
Ihe late Emperor, and the 
reign of terror had scarcely 
begun at that lime. 

r>T, Karl Hel/ferich, Ihe 
German ambassador at Mos 
I cow. rushed bark In Berlin and 
I reported to his government 


VICTORIA'S 
ORIGINAL 
FISH & CHIP 
SHOP 


1958 was a bis year too 


Now (.'rlcbrating Its 


100th BIRTHDAY 


Step by step, through wars atvl deprevunn*. honm 
limes and prosperity. Hickman Tye has grown 
with Victoria and BC. development that has cul- 
minated in a policy of "Wholesale Only." proudly 
serving a team of Independent merchants situated 
throughout the province. 


SERVING VICTORIA'S 
PUBLIC FOR 
41 YEARS 


king BROS 


LIMITED 

• CISTOMS BROKERS 

• FORWARDERS 

• stf:amship agents 

EANGI.EY STREET. VICTORIA. R.C. 

f KII. A. RIIKHT, 
l.loyda Kub^AgenL 
Royal Norwegian 
Vice-Consul. 

Night: RV4 16&S 


ONE OF THE FINEST FISH AND ( HIP 
RESTAI RANTS IN THE 
P,\(TFI( NORTHWEST! 


In Victoria 
910 View Street 


.wervlng- 


In Vancouver 
1S42 Clark Dri\c 


The Finest In 
Onideii Rrnwn 
Fish and ( hips 


Now ''Wholesale Only 


Telephone 


ORDFR-S TO TAKK OCT 


Citizenship is the great adventure in human 
fraternity, founded on the ancient writ. 

It is much more than an attitude toward 
other people, government and society. 

Love of our fellowmen finds its practical ap- 
plication in a variety of ways: in the respect 
and goodwill which inspire our day-to-day rela- 
tions, in the sincere acceptance of our ethnic, 
cifitural or religious differences, in the warmth 
of our welcome to those who have to come to 
Canada to seek freedom, security and opportu- 
nity. 

It manifests itself in our faithful attachment 
to the heritage that our forbeorers have left us 
and in the generous acknowledgement ^ of the 
contribution of those men and women who came 
from other lands and who are contributing to 
the growth and vitality of our country. 

Citizenship is a personal duty which reguires 
the persistent effort of each and every one of us 
in the same manner as we accept our family 
and our professional obligations. It postulates 
an undeviating concern for the common good of 
society. Citizenship does extend to our whole 


freedom 

by the bundle 


Canadian to think, ipcak and 
write freely. 

Tf's a precKXi* right. To the 
newspapermen of the Colonist, 
who help preserxe It with pvery 
l*sue they write, and edit, we are 
ail indebted. 


Every day freedom. In the form of 
daily newspapers, is delivered by 
the bundle all over Victoria. 

One of them. The Daily Colonist, 
has been tangible proof for 100 
Years now of the right of every 


Department of Citizenship and Immigration 

Ottawa 


p 


# J 

• 





BANK 


fiailll dnlotlW VUtgria. B.C.. TVnrt.. D*«. U, 1»58 ^9 


Historic Flight 


VICTORIA NKW8PAFIJI Gl ILD 

(A.N.fi.) 

wfih lo congratulate 

THE DAILY COLONIST 


lOOfh ANNIVERSARY 


•top airplane fllKhI aero** the 
Atlantic. Their trip from Si 
John s. Nfld.. »a* made In 16 


Jl NK 17. 1919 
LONDON -Capi Alcock and 


NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING 


Virkem Vimv biplane landed landing wa* made at 

Bi Cllfden Ireland, thla morn ^ ^ o’clock British summer 
.w- ».>— sirplane landed In a 

bog, 'the fuselage ploughing 
deep Into the soft ground. 
Much of the flight was through 
a fog, with an occasional driz- 
zle. This hampered the airmen 
considerably during their 
Journey. 

The Air Ministry staled that 
t^iain marks were put on the 
ma«nme at Newfoundland 
which muM be officially Iden- 
nfird by a member of the 
Royal Air Force before the 
flight is de*dared m have been 


on its 

100^’' Anniversary 


Colonist Reports Sensational News 


NEW 22V2 HOUR 
PASSENGER 
SERVICE TO 
NANAIMO 


tM ••ir**'* «u(M 
lv| lr»a 

Malm* la haart." ibe B«lU«b 

Calaaui t*f*tU4 W f*ar» 


Mnip «*• a> rolloan Nanslma 
to B"nnaa t b» mim 40 mtl*> II lw>ur: 
Rio'i'ani >0 * av h»a< aor hour 

.n • airrctt •Merih SaanKhi HI 
t*' '<» 4 ho'ci* 

' ThU •n')>rpti>mf firm »hA hava tona 
ta it>na|i*aiari> anpanaa In M’aniialiini 4<trh 
■ a'*! Oirrti rvnmuniraMnn am. Na- 

na, mu ara o.nllr nanrfartnrt anO nata.va 
auppaa' Pa»aan|*ra r»~. nna- na iMoKatf 
Ihrotiih an<* nara fnr tr» fiMViaraia aum of 
•SO Ov lhair iiafa >aa«lB| S* NtrhoUa 

Mo(«l etary mornme at ■ o'rlork ' 


Having obscn’cd our Centennial three yean ago, 
we ai “The Bank" well know the pride you 
may justifiably feel on the completion of 100 years 
of distinguished scn icc. Such a record can only 
reflect the integrity that is a prc-rcquisitc 
of attaining such a milestone. 

Sincere congratulations! We know that your first 
100 years, has provided the faith born 
of experience that enables you to look forward 
to playing an even greater role 
in the promising y<^s that lie ahead. 


A mated y ii loriant 
95 Yean Ago. 


BUT TODAY 


^Ot> 


IN 1% HOURS 
‘‘COACH LINES" 
TAKES YOU TO 
NANAIMO IN 
“CRIMSON CARPET 


CAPT. ALCflCK 


LjUURY 8 TIMES 
A~DAY ! 


('omplcipd. It wa* said at thr 
Mimairy That it wa* probable 
one of ii.* offK'ial* would leave 
Dublin m an airplane to relieve 
Ali*nc k and Brnwn 

r)p»iTlhinK the evj>eriem-es 
of him*elf and Ijcul, Brown, 
('apt Almrk, in a message 
from Oalway to The Daily 
Mail. M>A 

TKUKIBI.P; Fl.K.HT 

"We had a terrible Journey. 
*rhe wonder Is we are here at 
ail. Wp warcely *aw the aun. 
or moon or *iar^. P*nr hour* 
we *aw nf»ne of them. The fog 
was very den*e and at lime* 
we had lo <les<end within 4<i0 
feet of the sea 

'T'or h*»urv nur machine was 
covered with a '•sheet of li-e 
raiu*e<l hy frozen sleei Al 
another lime ihe fng was so 
»len^ that mv siieed indicator 
did not work, and for a few 
mjnuies'it was very alarming. 

*'V\> looped Ihe loop. I do he 
lievr. and did a very sleep 
spiral. We did .some very 
ritmical stunts, for I have had 
no sense of horizon. 


k y, rMara IH|m *4il; 

W *■ ,t,m COAtK I INKS ntrOT IN 

*. vKToau TO era ooia 

-A HtAaT or 

YHt WAT ma 

CHABor* t»rum4 whtri»l** Isk* 
y«* !• 4<« (• ■••■r* 

*H*W ,«■ |r»M 1*1 »• Vi h»«f» I* 
4kBf««t»r . b»<4 !*•*» 

• «,. rtitrSIn# af fm.. WINU. 

^r/T FOR A PHISCKSS" 

For added Laxurg Chooie the 

tSLASDER Crimton Carpet t» vi« Af Nas Ar Vis l* **• I-* 'k. 

#chedu/ei tao ej-f »’0 charge*. »m»m irAtaw 4«*aia itVam IIUSM 

• «Ma«a II M t ** s*B •a*aai ,IMI»fa t-l»e«s 

t*44 4 ia I lA •<■ 4 M s« tl M am ‘tMam *1 t-4 pm 

’ITPIpm M»*m 4 »p pm lIPPpm t *• pm « »» pm 

• •A pm lAApm 1 U pm tPPpm 'VIA pm »t »• pm 

IMpm A 1.4 pm • M pm I PP pm ».4A pm « !• pm 

AlApm KApmllMpm • pp pm A 4A pm ll«sp» 

Vancouver Island f« <* pm IMpmllMpm • *a pm *4* « p» •«l* *Apm 

COACH LINES rr. 

«'iU BrnughUtn EVA-4411 4rH4p»», SalarApn. AbpApm aa* HalMan aalr 


TORONTO -DOMINION 


flirert Coanerfioai 
of Aanoimo for all 
Itlantt Potnti 


CONGRATULATIONS 

;„°E COLONIST 

On Its 100th Birthday 


M iNDH >ii-:i.rKn 

'The winds were favorable 
all the way. northwest and at 
times snulhweei. We said In 
Newfoundland that we would 
do the trip In aixteen hour*, 
but we never thought we 
should. An hour and a half 
before we saw land we had no 
i'ertain Idea VA'here we were 
hut we believed we were at 
Galway or thereabouts. 

"O u r delight in seeing 
Easta! and Tardon Islands five 
miles west of Cllfden. was 


B.C/s Oldest Printers' Union 


Loral 201 


CONGRATULATES 


B.C.'s Oldest Daily Newspaper 


Vldoria Typographical Union had its birth with the convening of a meet- 
ing held Id St. James Hall. April 18. 1884. 

Following La the official announcement as ronlained in the 
minutes taken from the record book . . . "In response to a 
circular sent out by printers in The Colonist Office, request- 
ing a general meeting of printers of the city, for the purpose 
of organizing a typographical union, some 17 or 18 of the 
craft answered in person, and three aent exnises for their 
unavoidable absence, which, everything taken Into account, 
wa.s a hearty respon.se and very' encouraging and gratifying 
h) the projectors of the movement.” 

From that meagre beginning Victoria Typographical Union has grown 
to a membership of: Active members. 146; pensioners. 37, and appren- 
tices, 10. 


LIEl.T. BROWN 


great The penpl# did n«t 
know . who we w e i e, and 
thought we were arouls look- 
ing for Almrk 
"We aocouniered no unfor- 
seen condition*. We did not 
suffer from cold nr exhsu.siton. 
exrepl when looking over Ihe 
side; then the «lpr« chewed 
hii» nut of our face*. We 
drank coffee and ale and ale 
sandwlche* and rhomlaie. 

"Our flight ha« shown that 
the Atlantic Right is prac 
ncahle but I thtnk it should 
he done, not with an airplane 
or seaplane hut with flying 
boats. We had plenty of re 
serve fuel left, using only two 
thirds of our supply. 

EOT* IXKIKED GOOD 

"The only thing that upset 
me was to see the machine at 
the end gn damaged. From 


PAPER LTD 


Victoria Typographical Union aent to Its headquarters In Indianapob.s 
during the year 1868, $23,657.60. The 37 pensioners will receive in the 
year. $42,320. In other wordi. Victoria Typographical Union received 
$18,662.40 more than tt forwarded to its head office. 


MANUFACTURERS OF PAPER BOXES 

AND 

DISTRIBUTORS OF PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS, 
SCHOOL SUPPLIES, TOYS AND STATIONERY! 

546 YATES STREET PHONE EV 2-5131 


Phone E>' S-22S4 


Room 106. 615 Pandora Avenoe 






20 BalUl CTnllinlB! VleUrU. B.C.. nn«.. D«. 1M«« 


l^xplorer Leaves Mctoria 
On ^e\v Arctic Adventure 


Kills 2,000; 

Nation Moan 


As Prime Miiiisle 


Nu\. 16. wm 

OTTAWA — prinif minist<T>hip 

chanKfd handx >fsti>rda>. 

The Governtir-CienerHl arrcptiMl the resi};natiun 
of relirinK Trime MiiiKter Mnikeniie King and 
then heard Rt. Hun. Louis St. Ijiiirent take a 
sok'mn oath as the first l*'rem‘h-s|>eakint( prime 
minister since Sir Wilfred Ijiiirier. 

The brief eerenion> t<M»k place in A iscount 


led by the Mhite patch on our 
maps between ^la^ka and ttie 
North Pole." 

• The Karluk was crushed In 
the ice the follow ing year. 
Stefunsson himself vanished,! 
but Capt- Barliett led a rescue! 


i-lune 17. 19)3) 
Vilhjalmur Siefans.H«n. the 
Canacllanborn explorer who 
dtscovered the white Eskimo 
on an earliei expedition to the 
north left V'Utaria last nit;hi 
on another adventure of 


nigh! raring for the iniured. 

Soldiers, sailors and police 
patrolled the streets, and upon 
them fell the major porlien of 
the burden of searching among 


Dec. 7. 1917 

HALIFA.X With the toll of 
dead steadily mounting, il was 
believed early this morning 
that more than 2.000 persons 


lost ex er a is par y 
safe if not sound on Wrangel 
Island' 

(M-pl. Ik. I91H) 
Vilhialmur .'sietaiisson came 
baik to Vicloiia today. 

He had been fUe years m 
Ihe Aritic. discovered new 
land'- added materially to the 
suentific and geographical 
knowledge of the northern 
ctmtinent Bui he left behind 
11 dead of his expedition. 

SioiKer Siorkerson. his 
serond m (Otmnand. remains 
m the polar seas. 


fire which followed the col- 
lislon yesrerday cnorumg In 
Halifax harbor between a mu- 
nitions laden French ship and 
another vessel loaded with 
• supplie.s for the Belgian relief 

t commission. 

The disaster, which has 
plunged the Dominion Into 
mourning, probably will rank 
most fearful that ever 
nrcurred on the AmcrUan con 
^ tineni Resideni-s of Halifax 

^ and thousands of volunteer 

. relief workers who have come 

Ca.'lle killed 

most da/ed at the extent of 
First of the great popular horror, 
dance teams, Vernon and 
Ifene Castle, raised ballroom 
dancing to new heights of 
popularity after 1910 Castle 
was killed in 1917 when he 
crashed his plane to save the 
life of a fellow’ fiver. 


covrrv . 

In the steosn whaler Karluk. 
under rf.mmand of Capt. 
Robert Harriett another pri!ar 
veteran, the party sailed lor 
the Arctic in anticipation of 
two years of travel 

■ It will he some yeais from 
h'lW’ unless disaster overtiike.s 
Us tliai It will be possible to 
deddf the lelative value of 
the expedition. ' .said .Stefan- 
a;s<«n 

'There i.s an unexphned 
area of moie than a million 
•qiiaie miles' iliat is leprescn- 


Congratulations 


VILIIJAUMfR STEFANSSON 
. . . million unknown miles 


Morch/ng Ahead with Vancouver Island 

EVANS, COLEMAN & JOHNSON BROS. LTD 


-MORdl t>» SET I P 
Temporary morgues have 
been established In many 
buildings, to which a steady 
pimes.sion of vehicles of all 
kinds hav^ been carrying for 
hours the bodies of men. 
women and children. 

Every building in the rity 
which could be convened Into 
a hospital is filled with 
wounded, many of them so 
desperately Injured that there 
Is no hope of their reenverv, 
Scores already have died m 
the.se temporary hospitals 

RKUEF STATIONS 
An ever inciea.sing number 
ning at Ford's Theatre, the is being taken from the com 
Pre.stdent. while sitting in hi» pletely dev.x.statert Richmond 
private box with Mrs. Lincoln district to the relief stations, 
was shot py an assassin, who army of rescue workers is 
suddenly entered the box and searching among the ruins for 
approached behind the rresi bodies and for those who have 

^ survived amid the wreckage 
The assa.ssin then leaped ^^pjosson and fire, 

upon the .stage brandi.shmg a ' . , . , 

large dagger and made his The city was in darkness to- 
escape In the rear of the d‘Rht except for the flames 
theatre. The pistol ball en- still burning in 

tered at the back of the Presi- the wrecked buildings in the 
dent's head and passed nearly north end. The electric light 
through. The wound Is mortal, and gas plants have been vir- 
The President has been in* lually destroyed, and the only 


OVER 72 YEARS 
OF SERVICE 


On the Occasion 
of its 


Assassin 

Shoots 

Lincoln 


100th BIRTHDAY 


Whenever there ts building to he done . . . wNbnever building supplies are needed 
. . , minds turn, naturally, to this old-estab)i«hed building Mipply firm. Our policy 
has been con<istently maintaired for over seventy two years of supplying Ihe very 
finest maleitaK and service at reasonable prices. 

• TRI K MI.X < OM RKTF • IT.ASTEK Si PPUKS • MASONBV M PPUES 

• (lYPROf • INM I..XT10N • W.M.I.BOARI) • RRK K • TILE 

• < E.MKNT • .SA.M) AMI (iKAVEI. • PAINT • STEEL 


1428 GRANVILLE - 310 PRIOR 
VANCOUVER, B.C. 


NANAIMO 


VICTORIA 


all places of busine.ss 
closed. 


On the Occasion of its 


T here are fcw» things more neighborly than the daily 
newspaper. It shares the triumphs and the sorrows of 
Its readers. It provides a rallying point for the community in 
lime of trouble or disa.ster. In its pages readers find a meeting 
place with those they care about or who stimulate their 
Interest. 


And when a newspaper like the Victoria Colonist marks 100 
years of continuous publication U becomes, not only the 
champion, but the historian of the community it serves. The 
files of the Coioni.st record the history of Vancouver Island and 
British Columbia pre-Confedcralion days. 

The Imiierial Tobacco Company welcomes this opportunity to 
pay tribute to the Colonist as an historian, community leader, 
and as a good neighbour. 


The residents of the Municipality of 
Saanich, Reeve G. L. Chatlerton, Coun- 
cillors and the administrative staff, 
lake this opportunity to congratulate 
The Daily Colonist on its iftOth Birth- 
day. 


REEVE G. C IIATTERTON 
Suinirh 


We join in wishing well to the newspaper which has 
served this area lor the past one hundred years! 


Imperial Tobacco Company of Canada Limited 


Maniifacturrrs of 


MUNICIPALITY OF 


CIGARETTES 


Vancouver Island's Fastest Growing Municipality 







i 




e«tlii ffolimw Vki*rit.i.c..n.fi..Dt<. ii.mi 21 


Around Town 


■ U.S. Makes Deal for A laska 


[’S Secr#t*r\ ot Siai«» W H. 
Seward H'»wev^r. tn 18(59 Vic- 
(onana over their annoy- 
aru'c at being hemmed In by 
the I'niied Statea. and that 
vear Mi Seward, bound (or 
Ala.«ka came to Virlona on a 
Alaaka thorl viait and uaa wined and 
FoUy.” dined by the towTi a ieedlng 


•riea and the exienaive fur 
trade of that region. befttde<» 
giving lo the I’nited Slatea 
control of a atrip of seaboard 
tU leagues in widih. (tom Fort 
Simpaon to the 60lh degree of 
latitude. 

Award that power San Juan 
talaiid and (.ireal Britain will 
tia\e acarcely a foothold of 
coast on the Pacific that aire 
can call her own. or with 


next to Impossible lo eom- 
mumraie John Bull. In Amen 
ca. la being hemmed in by 
Brother Jonathan in a manner 
much mure forcible than 
agreeable. 

iThe purchase of 
was called “Seward'i 
because It was pul ihiough by eituem 


April 17. IM7 

Our special dispatches an 
nounce the ratlficallon of the 
treaty whereby Russia agrees 
to sell and the Ciitted Stales 
agrees lo buy all Ihe tract of 
land lying imrih of and west 
of Ihe 60ih degiee of tatlUidr 
md known ax the Russian pos 
ses-siona In North Ameiica 
The impuiiance of this pur- 
chase cannot be overestimated. 


Congratulations to 


The Daily Colonist 


many 


presented Dr. Htimcken with 
a Sliver irowpi tnscrllied with 
a few sentericea in memory of 
the occaHiun. 


(ween th# two points. The dis- ley Street, 
tantw la about a third of a * a * 

mile. J«»e X«. IJ«7 

The mode of communication Yesterday was set apart for 
is very simple. In the office formal opening of the Ea- 
st each end of Ihe Uire there qumiall giaving ik»rk. 
hangs against the wall a small hmS (.‘ormiMsni waa Ihe 

black walnut box. At the side k, enter when 

of the box Is a small crank jn posiiion In the 

which a person desirous of ^(Kits, hawsers were attached Royal Provincial JubiU*c Hot 
commumcaiing with another .shore and a gangway piial la a matter of cnngt-ilu 

turns. run aboard so that who laiion to the whole community. 

The movement of the crank v^jsheil might visit her. The The name commemorates the 

rings an alarm bell and the ponderous pumping machines golden jubilee of Queen Vlc- 
Btlention of the person sought, were started In motion by the toria. 
being directed lo the Instru- gentle hands of Mrs, Trutch e e * 

inent. he either repeals the *nd Miss Davey . May 11. IHH9 

alarm by turning a crank at a * * Open to the public — Vic 

hts end. or taking Ihe sp**ak i ...» tona’.s free libiaiv imw at the 

Ing lube In his hand, he l.unt disposal of the people 

places It nwr his mouth and > 1 ,, n, igg? There were aboui 50 ladies 

asks what is wanted From Ihe sealing grounds— and genilemen present last 

It requires no practice and vip^nria's rich aeallng Indus- evt-ning in wilne.'ot the formal 

will he found so ennvemen booming Capi. War- opening of ihe new library 

that soon scarcely any busi sthotmet Oniphm ishoriiy after 8 o clock Mayor 

ness house In the city will be sailing schooner W. P. Grant Helrcletl "Tlie Life of 

found without one. As a Hnd the American Hon. (Jeorge Brown' and he- 

means of wmmiimcation tw- g^booner City of San Diego came the borrower from 
tween Ihe Do«*kyard and this .drived m the har»M*r yesier- the Vicloria fnibhc Library, 
city, the waierworks and the * * * 

City Hall. Ihe gas works ami ^ 3 „ng giound>. Tlie Dolphin , . * . 

the office in town, a telephone brought 300 skms. ihe W. P. SaoiUvh tmr 


Msiiufsi'turers of 

• < re-da • I’enn 

• lyUpUy ('ardft 


l.ea<ler of Arabs 

pod war yeais found Ijiw 
lence of Aiabia an unhapiiy 
man as he lookoil hack on 
hiB piomisev to Ihe Arabs 
which were disregarded hy 
the Allies after ihe Fii.st 
World War. He died in 1935. 


HEBDEN BOOKS 


Confinuing the Rasineas of 

T. N. HIBBEN & COMPANY 

EsUhlUhed IfUMt 

ai4 Johnson W. Phone KV * l»14 


Hesi Wishes to a Kmc Paper 


THE DAILY COLONIST 

With a Fine Record Over the Past 700 Yeara 


Smooth and light 
just right for 
pancakes... i 


This ifi the smooth pouring s>Tup with the 

mellow fiujfar cane flavor. Rogers Golden 

Pancake Syrup is specially made for pancakes 

and waffles. Try it, you’ll love iU 

\^£r\ BrrrfR baking toccts (»oiDrN srtup 


Aoodwr wolaWe adwevavnent in 1M3 wm th« 
inabcn by Joaapb B. Baafram, maater diatiller. 
«f (ha diatmfuiabad Canadian Rye Wbraky, 
•aafram'f Ganerabooa of C«nadiana 
linct 1883 have anjoyvd the diatmctive flavowr 
and bonquet of Ihia Ane whiaky. 


Today, explosives from James Island are being used in building 
the new Trans-Canada Highw ay. 

Down through the years, C-I L has continued to plav a signi- 
ficant part in Rrili.sh Colitmhia's development . . . helping in the 
changeless ta.vk of blavtiiig channels . . . serv ing mining, logging, 
construction, road-bmlding and other industries that cxyntribule 
lo the Irenicmlous growtli of this U eslent giant. 

With sales offices in Vancouver. Victoria and .VeKon, C-I-L 
today supplies to Canada's ihird hirgest province; ammunition. 
rhemifal.s, explosives, coated fabrics, paints, plastics and 
Tcrylenc' pol> ester fibre. 


TA# r 

• r M. rrpimii r* 

Ww>f 


1M» advxr fm i m wl h publ kA ad or dnployad by 
m Bw* n i i> l iaerd e* by tb* o( IrMitk C<Ju**b»o. 


f 






iatU (tdionW VlttorU. l-C.. TW. 0«. II. 1«« 


Gold Tycoon 
Found Slain 


May SO. HMD 

RIMOl SKI — Of a toial of I.S87 pfrwrna 
aboard the Canadian Pacific liner Empreas of 
Ireland when »hc aailcd ycAtcrOa} from Qufbeo 
for IJ%frpool. 9W were lo^t when the ahlp waa 
rammed by Ihe collier 8ton.lad and sunk off Patlwr 
Point before da)liKht. 


nal hand in Ihe inve*tJ 


jui> 9. laiS 

NASSAl . Banama* Sir 
Harry Oak^)*. mmmR engineer 
vsh" diM-«vrrrd nne of ihe 
world'll riihe^f gold mlne^ 
was found dead in hii» hi*<l to 
tiay and ihe oiT>-4'me of in 


tapt. K W Melt-hen. of the 
Miami Innnii iUc «|uad. a per 
»onal Ifiend of the Duke who 
has o»-en his tMidvcuard on hia 
visits lu Muimi. was one of ihe 


nal s Road watei front 


Americnn oMheis summoned 


Two Miami jiollie oflicrrs 
who uh/e in J-dvin»* Immi 
nJes whm« stimm<in«‘tl i" an 
plan*' 10 jeinbaie ait 

ilu-ni'i"'. 

Tttr hoilt of Mu‘ liOvc.irnM 
haioiirt w hn a> eiKn»il.ii«»i) a 
t.iriunc 1hr"ii"h lu^ 
shoie mine at Knl.i.ifi't l...'il;e 
Out. wn^ rti'-ovcrcd hj. a 
friend who railed io ki-t-p an 
enrl\ ai)polntmen* 

.'.ir tUiis. lepuied tn iw%e 
a f.iiume worth n- min h . 
SJiWUHMi (NN> Itad an 
' men I 1" *«'•'* hs fiir-ml for a 
-tour of his l.iiofiacie slifrp 
f.tim 

Thr iHike of \SiM.lv.ir r.ov 
CMior of it*e IVilinma** lan 
.ejird Hp^M'iiiin'' ''''' Io '■•'■•e A 


OIL BURNER 

with fuel-ioving 

vetmoinii vluich*' 


at Work rmni Bai racks, 
hroueht a thrill of aniicipahori 
to Ihe ciowd. 

At llie ('anadun Nalion.il 
Railways* Ogden I’oint dociss. 
the crowd cheered lu.siil> as 
Ihe Amcnean destroyeis erjged 
in'n iheir herihs. ' 

Lieuienant-Governor tnc W- 

Hamber went ahtwiiri as ilie 
gangplank was lowerett, fol- 
lowed immedlaielv bv Piemier 

T r> Pailullo; John H.»M. 
minisier of finance; icprescn 
latives of Hia M»iesi> s naval 
and miliiarv lories, mayois of 
Victoria and Vancouver, and 
V. Miiieer, former mayor 


Ttif »*-o Burner Is a safe. 
tioublelree unit with the amai- 
ing Kconoiny Clutch" that elimi- 
nates smoky stops and atarts. 
with their efistly waste of fur- 
p...a «*il. l.e* the Imperial Esso 
Oil Buinei give >ou quicker . . . 
cleaner , . . moie dependable 
heating. 


IKRGLA.S COP.RIGAN AND PLANE 


Goal California, 
Pilot in Ireland 


\\> will arrange an 


Yrsteidav a v.ise <d small 
of his nlneyearold plane Into diacovei nl un boni< 

a circle of open mouthed lush- l>akn:r 

men and Hnnoumed calmly; then Ijing alniigside the wliai 
' I'm tiouglas Coingan. Just tSquimall. 
got in from New Yuik. Tlir :..'ilth oHi.cr the 

"It took me 28 hours and 13 t*naidcd ihr sic-im-iop tn 
mifiuiev afici o iun-^iilialinn she w;. 

•'Whcic am 1** I intended to oideied to pni"*cd one 
flj to Califoinia.” half mi^s out .idr the harbor 


G. H. Birnie Ltd 


PRESIDENT RfKlSEVE 
. . . extra 90 minutes 


2624 QUADRA ST 


they wholeheartedly welcomed ,hg I 
the .•luef executive of the 
L'mted States to Brltlnh ^;oum 
Columbia yesterday. - - 

The city has seltiom dis- 
played such enthuslsam for 
any distinguished visitor And Ce 

the President, whose warm . 

smile, attractive pei.tonahly 
and utter geniality make him |sl 
friends wherever he goes, wa.s 
quick to sense Ihe cordiality 
of the welcome. 

Hit reluctance to leave Vic- 
toria and the fact that it was 
an hour and one half after the 
gi-heduled tune that he again 
boarded the I’.'iS Phelps, en 
route to Port Angeles, Wash., 
was declared to be one of the 
finest comphmeni.s he could 
have paid this city and the 
pcnple of this provinie 

Eoi a full hour before Ihe 
arrival of the Phelps and her 
I sisr ship the VSS Pmier, 
large groups of people ga*h 
ered on Ihe downtown itreets 
Tlie crowds lncrease<l as 12 30' 
o'clock esme closer. Hundreils 
carried the Stars and Stripes. 

L'nlon Jack! and Canadian 
en.signs. Cars, many flag be 
decked, threatened conge«non 
at downtown intersections — 


We arc proud of our record 
PROVIDING AN INVESTMENT 
SERVICE FOR QUARTER OF 
A CENTURY 


Strong and lionouraWc traditions proviJe llie 

fountlation of firm training in IcaJc 
expresseJ toJay in tke motto of tKc 
three Canadian Services Colleges: Truth Dut 

Allied to the prestige of the past is a 
education at university level given hy these 
colleges to the officer-cadets of C 
armed forces. Carefully selected high school 

graduates arc trained for challenging 
professional careers as officers in the Ni 
Army or Air force, for the rcsponsihility of 
holding the Queen's Commission. 


Mcmhsrs: Investment Dealers Aain. ol Canada 
BC. Bond AvwKialion 
Vancouver Slock Exchange 


HAGAR INVESTMENTS LTD 

614 YATES STREET 

VICTORIA. B.C. 


Holiday 
j^avorite 
since 1^ 


piiture^ 


ROYAL ROADS, 
ViaORfA, B.C. 


COUtOE MRITAIRE ROYAL 
DE SAINT-JEAN, 

JEAN, P.O. 


Applications are being accepted now for cnrolTnenl m the 
Canadian Services Colleges from students who will he matric- 
ulating in 1959. The closing date for acccpUnce into the 1959 
fall classes is July 1, 1959. 

For full information on entry requirements, write direrfly to 
the Registrar. Royal Roads, Victoria, B.C or R.O.T.P. Selection 
Board, Depariment of National Defence, OtUwa, Ontario. 


kcHiia dWerary 
fkonM 

EV 2 U32 
EV 44171 


?U Ikii rtfutiiiwil II Ml piWuW H til liM*' Cwt'** *•*'* •' ^ IiiKrtMt il liilut tiliairt. 










^a\{^ (Tolanlst Victor.*. B.C.. Tfcori.. D«. 11. 195S 23 


36 Hcmlcnts of Frank Killed 


:iUK 'in* nimp juun'«t wiMklMj;**. wrr* injyrort, 

hut It woulii h*\^ mp*nl * lo^s lo but not <oitousl> 
rue the company of about li is iJoubtfulK man> of the 
nrn $ 30 t¥) 000 ; but as ii l». ttte hruiu's i»f the »lo.id rver will ho 
.inri nunc wUi he u.-opcncil. and It is foitnH. 

the thiiucht the actual low* tn the The Canadian Pacific Rati* 
the i-ompany will nm exivi’d S-*'ai w-ty t" a hcrt\> |o«er b> the 
Oi)h if it aiTU'uni*' •" ■*<* much rtuiaster. Two miie* oI^litIC \s.is 
ITie imprlwmM miners e« bune«l from W to 100 feet deep, 
caped by digtiini: tlicii way in and * new line will have to b# 
Ihe surface from the upi>er locaii*d and built 


ted Dr. John McLough n 


behehl it, or a slide induced 
by a sei.smic upheaval, which 
killed 56 pe<»ple. destroyed the 
plant of the Canadian Amen 
can Coal ft Coke ComiKiny. did 
a \asi amount of damage to 
the mme and completely de 


two miles or more from the 
mountain, lay buried benealh 
rock and ilebns of various 
kinds for a depth varying from 
•J5 lo 100 feel. 

In iu sweep. Die gieai slide. 


We Extend Congratulations to 


The Daily Colonist 

ON ITS 

100th ANNIVERSARY 


Bill Jo Set Up 
United Church 


DAILY COLONIST 

On Its JOOtb Birthday 


l>ec. I». 1911 

Agrt'emenl on the conien- 
tlniis Church I'nlon Bill to 
set up Die L’nited Chuieh "f 
Canada was reached In the 
Legi-slatiue shoitly betme 
midnight last night anil the 
liuMsme t.s iHiw a.ssuied pas 
.sage li> tlie piesiMit Ihuise. 

The t)iU (•■miaiii.s n clause 

f»ir Dip appointment of a com 
mis.Mon to investigate al] prop 
etiies bidoiiging lo the Piesby- 
lei lan Church in British 
Columbia and make recom 
mendntloiis at the next session. 

I'mler the new section the 
House will then be asked to 
pas.s a bill making church 
union in this province effe«- 
tise and with the rights of 
the uniani.sts and anti union- 
ists fully safeguaided 


Scar face Al 
Gets 11 Years 


Wholesale Paper 
Keystone Office 

nnd 

School Supplies 


Not as oM a.s the Colonist, but equally 
dependable is the sci^ice of Alert Trans* 
for. seen everywhere throuRhout \‘ictoria 
daily . . . every day of the yoarl 


OH. 23. I9:ii 

C HH ■•S*arf*«-e .W‘ 

(a(H>ne was seMlrmed to II 
years' linpristmiix'Mt and 
Vlii'sl S.'> 0 .iNlO and i-oiirt costs 
tfMlay and taken Imnosll- 
alelv. snarling and ill l•■m 
pered. In the tsiilMty Jail In 
await final argim»enls by 
his all<«rtie>s for release on 
bond pending ap|K-al. 

f apone walked into i'ed- 
eral Judge .fames H. Wllker- 
son's tourtriHMii at 10 a.m. 
today, liMiking worried. 
Thirty minutes later t.-- 
walked mil again, vkious 
ami angry, a I'nited States 
marshal holding each of hix 
arms. 


GKORGK ARMSTRONG (T ^STKR 

- t Photo by Mathew Biady ) 


PIIONK KV2-21Kfi 
SPEUnV. EKHCIKNT SERVICE 


Alert Service Transfer Co. Ltd. 

Dispatcher: 776 Topaz .Avenue - Phone E\’ 4-8181 


PHO.NK EV3 7166 


.*>34 V.ATtX STREET 


•Inly 7 . 1 k:« 

SALT LAKE — Gen. Cusier 
found the Indian camp of about 
2.000 Sioux lodged on the Little 
Big Horn Rivet and immmh 
■tely aitacked the camp. Cus- 
ter look five «ompanies and 
charged the ihiekesS portion of 
the camp. 

MaJ. Reno, commanding the 
other .seven companie.s. at- 
tacked the lower portion of the 
camp. The Indians poured In 
a heavy fire from all direc- 
tions; the greatest p'^irtion 
fought on hnrscha> k. 

Custer, hus two brothers, 
nephew and brother-in-law 
were all killed, and not one of 
the detachment escaped. Two 
hundred and seven men were 
buned In one place and the 
dead are eaiimated at 300. 

The Indiana surrounded 
Renn't command and held 
them one day in the hills, cut 
off from water, until Gibbons 
arrived with the relnforce- 
menta which had been on the 
way to help Cqster. 

The Indian loss cannot be 
eatimated. as they bore off 
most of their men 

The remnant of the Seventh 
Cavalry and Gibbons’ com- 
mand ate returning to the 


Congratulations 


of Victoria 


DAILY COLONIST 


On 100 Yearn of Service lo Victorians 


UNIVERSAL SHEET METAL 


BONDED ROOFERS — HEATING 
STAINLESS STEEL WORK 
AIR CONDITIONING 

GENERAL SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS 


laila €0liritirt 

the United States 


586 JOHNSON 


SAVE ON YOUR 
INCOME TAX 

while you save for retirement 


In all of the leading American cities where companies are planning Canadian advertising 

campaigns, the newspaper representative firm of 


CRESMER & WOODWARD, Inc 


Canadian Government Annuity premiums may 
now be deducted from income for tax purposes, 
within certain limite. 

I 

This means that any taxpayer— including self- 
employed persons— ia now allowed the tax ad- 
vantage which was formerly available only to em- 
ployees contributing to registered pension plana. 


TELLS the story of Canada, its great economic 
growth and sales potential . . . 

★ INTERPRETS its important markets . . . 


RECOMMENDS the use of the outstanding news 
papers to properly sell products and services. 


Tax Savinf 


CardHbuHon 

|0 Saving* Plan 

S 300 
500 
750 
LOOO 


Eomod Incoma 


(*m«iimum dcdicliofl ibowM lor Ki Ou'posM) 


For full information and asaistance in selecting 
the plan heat suited to your needs, call your 
local .Canadian Government Annuities represent- 
ative or mail this coupon, postage free. 


Tot Dtroctof. Cowodtow OevormwoM Anowltt**. 

OopwrtiwiiW «l On«wa (Pmimft fr—} 

PlooM t«nd inlomtetioM thawing how a Cortod'On Govoriwnonr 
AlMluity con bring <n« r*Hr*ni»nt mcomo Ol low CO«l. 


fEDERAl 
DEPAItTAAENT 
OF LASOIM 


|Mr /Mfi/MMl 


CANADIAN DIVISION 


Ag« wkM Anmuty FW^pkon* . 

I rh*! o»>w w nw» ghr«n »■ h» •"**••••1 


VT:W YORK - CHICAGO • DETROIT • ATI.ANTA - KAN FRANCIKCO - I/)K ANGEl.EK 







SailM (TDlimiBl ViciofU. BX.. Tkiir... D#c. U. 


ith Blondie Boopiulocjp (Wi\) ' MoVin g^ Picf urOS 


Das^ood Bumstead Falls in Love w 


Womfn throughout the world *r« 
unm*d m mourtung for the gieatest 
lover the s^Toen ha* ever known— 
Ku«kil|)h \«lrntmo. Ma»c adulation 
ahoweied on Ihu oh»c*ure aeior after 
hi> Mrii lead in The Kour Hnraemen 
of the Apocnlypae. Hi* untimely death 
came after he had starred m only hali 


Moving piriuten. alwav* *hn>i 
feature* to date, have het’omr a mafor 
faiiMi in enteruinment with the pro- 
duction In tunipe of a four m **>1 
diama. Queen Liuobeth. The picture 
Man the gieal aciroaa, Karah Bern 
hardU (IBUd 


The geniu* of H. W . (»rt/fUh ha* 
blemfeil the tei'hmque of diama with 
the capanliea of the caineia to levnlu- 
lionue the motion puiuir ptoduiiion 
The Birth of a Nation the *tor\ of 
the nvil W.ii. i* pioving p*.pul.a 
wherever tt i* shown. ilBll.i 


Kir*! Academy Awai-d to be pre- 
sented to a writer goe.s to Ben Heehl 
lot hi* Rripping *tory of crime Under- 
world which atan <<enrR* Bancroft 
and Kvelyn Hrenu (lP'f‘7.1 


'llie fcocidi event of the >car Just 
hrtv to bi‘ lloH>w.a»ds fabulous mar- 
iiage. Hearts of im-n and wnmen 
aiouiid the woild are desolate as Am- 
eiica* Rwwlhearl prepare* to Head 
the bridal path with the greatest 
hero of the *rr«*n, Iimialaa l-*lr- 
hank*. Mary Ihr Uford ha* hiiill a Inbu- 
lou* repulHtinn since *he come from 
Canada. tlH'.'O.) 


No on# dreamed three year* *ao 
wlvert an unknown lutmed tireU tiiia- 
Uffson came to HoU>’wriod that *h« 
would, in three year*, be ret'ORiiued a* 
the preateKT woman film Mar of all 
time. Bui tireta (larbo achieved that 
mark- TeomiKl with John tlllbert, she 
portrayed aduU love with an inlenalty 
that tniiehed million* Her great pie- 
lure* thi* year have been VIe*h and 
the Devil, and Love. 


l)n hi* way to Rieaier hetglit*, 
(Imrile Chaplin ronlinui-s to giip the 
hciiri* of his fans with laufihici au.l 
|vaiho» Thi* year he ha* made c'en 
more famous hi* f.imuu^ tramp 
character m The K»d with a new and 
bright young *lar. Jaekle t 
tlfl-JO.) 


A great new team of young lover* 
I* all *ei lo go with .Seventh Heaven. 
They are Janet lia.vnor and 
Fari^ll. Ptreclor l-'rank Borutge plana 
lo roslar them tn a »ene» Mi«* Cay- 
nor and Boriagr have been nominated 
for Academy Awards. (IP*!?.) 


MARY PK'KFORD 
. . . fans desolate. 


The man of a thousand face*. 
\Am i haney. irach= - new hrighiA with 
a maeobre chaiartrn/anon o( 
<lua*im<Mto in Hugn* Hunchback of 
NoUe [lame lIP'.M.i 


Toa.sl of the town lhc‘-e dav* are 
the |o\el\ r.lsh .'’er>- Ulllan and 
IhM*>lhy. Thrve voung ladies, from rhe 
leginmate Mage, are a smash hit in 
Orphan* of the Storm. tlB'TLl 


Anyone laughing at crude talking 
plriure* i* In lor a shock when they 
go to »ee Al .lol*on In The Ja/7 Singer. 
The star i* tremendous with hi* *nng, 
S«>nny Boy. and for the firM lime, 
sound come* Into it* own <^»rKt« 
JrtMtel, who created the role on Broad- 
u - . wtU S ve *ad aec'Uld thought* 
aht^iji furninc down ihi* role. .lolson 
will alar in The Singing FooJ next 
year. (IM7.1 


Peihap* the gieateM apertarle of 
all time* The T<-n Commandmer-f-^ t* 
re<Mlv for vii-wt-:' l ecll R. IWIIIle 
ha* outdone himself in thi* one You 
won't heili've your eye* when 
TI»e«Mlore Kolierifc a« Mosr* parts the 
Red ^e,^. ilS'il.i 


The winning of the Ameriean \Vc.*t 
hn* finally received the ireairnent U 
deserve* in a big sente production of 


the Sailor ^ore a (towh 


Kerrigan. Uti*- Wilson and Rrm^t 
Torrenr-e. t IP’iS.l 


Then-* cie.if excitement Jn th# 
movie capital the*e day* over the 
Mifwi rNxlfis*al epic. Bon Hur, now 
hefoie the cameia* Kemlnme hearta 
will fiiitter over «ueh a« Kam«m No- 
varro and Francis X. Bukhman. 




Hamid I.h*.V<J continue* lo make 
hlg now*, with hi* cnmedie* and hi* 
fan* will be looking for hi-* laie*t. 
jsafeiy La*f. This column 'after a 
pieviow of early *<efie*.i predirt* that 
Ihe «equenee wheie Lloyd hang* from 
the hands of a huge clock on a high 
building, will heiMme a cla*Me of 
*u*pen.*eful laugh* Marriage I* im- 
minent to his leading lady. .Mildred 
rvsvi*. (I93TI 


WELL ) 

THO-t • 


Ae t HApei ' 

•.co» 

fA4.t 

t ewot e 
(h.i PH Vi'S! 




A new genius ha* taken thi* movt# 
capital hy atorm Wall Disney, the 
animaied carionn ma.*ier. Walt has 
been busy here simr I9..M hut It l«*ok 
hi* neweal creation. Mickey M<*u*e. tn 
break through lo the top And If you 
think Mirkey i* a hit now, wall until 
laier this vear w-hen Steamboat Wtllla 
appears WITH SOUND. (IWB ) 


Maiiril? Stiller. Ihe .Swedish duee 
lor whose protege lireta tiarbo had 
been, ha* a new femme fatale In Pol* 
Negri, a Polish girl, whose Hotel Im- 
perial soon will he seen. M9?g.) 


know Relieved 


Greatest Allitmle Keaclied 


Sla veryDe ha le Begun 


Blackness 
Absolute 
In Depths 


In 1911. da Vinn'* famed 
Mona Li*a wa* stolen from 
the louvre. It wa* recovered 
in Kiorenre. Italy, tn 1913. 


Lincoln and Doiigla* stalled 
their famous dehaie* mainly 
-»n slavery In 183S. and thou 
tands turned out to hear 
them. 


On Dec 14. 1911. Capt. 

Rruild Amundsen, Norwegian 
explorer, reached th# Bouth 
Pole. 


Queen Victoria and Pre*l- 
lent Buchanan exchanged 
grcp’lings on Ihe fir.si Atlantic 
.’Able in The cable anon 

failed, and it was Ikbti before 
I'yru* W. Field achievi^d full 
5ucre*a. 


China beenme a republic 
Feb. 12, 1912. 


First *hip passed through 
Ihe Panama ('anal Aug. 15, 
1914. 


ISLAND OF PONZA. Italy (AP) — Two miles 
beneath The surface of the se.i ihei^ Is « 
calm and a Ktynian blackness broken only by the 
flickers of phosphorescence hintinj; at unknown formal 

of life. I 

Tti.xl wrg* Ihe word broughi 
* * * h.ick y e - 1 e r d a y hy Prof. 

Augu'te Piccard and hi* son, 
.l.icque*. Irnm the greateat 
^0^' depth living man ha* ever 

rcache«l. 

• -Theie wa* nothing eNe lo 

see. ' Ihe frail SO year old pro- 
tev*or *atd when he returned 
^MHK lo Ihe «urfare 


TTie *ev«*n war between Ihe 
United .'stale* and the Semi 
nole Indian* ended in 1K5K. hut 
the Indian* lo thi* day have 
never been beaten 


A general »irlke paralyzed 
Britain. May 3 12, 192fi Par- 
liament passed an act making 
the general alrike a criminal 
conspiracy against the nation. 


Porfino DIar 5tpan' jA I jV 

at Mexico. I 

in February of ISVi QUEEN VICTDRIA CHANCEU^R DOLLFVSS 

* * * .. ... send* cable . . . murdered 

Sir Tolin Campbell on 

March 19. 19r>>>. relieved I-urk xjr* Ol^ary'a row kicked rien. Charles C,. iChine«e 
now. under *iege by the Se- nver a lantern starting the Cordon was Main by a Mr 

great Chicago fire on Oef. 9. hammedan aoldier and hi 
1»T1 Lo** was estimated al head stuck on a spear a 
$l%.Win/infi Ctmdurman. on Jan. W. 19R5. 


Th# diiiglhle r.iaf Zepplin 
flew- from Ormany lo th# 
United State* in 192fl. 


The monarchy fell In Spain, 
and King Alfonso went into 
exile on April 14 1931. 


Ihe steel 
diving boat he call* a haihy- 
.*cape. 'Even our powerful 
searchlight greyed away. ” 
DROP MKK PLUMMET 

Hi* riramallr dive took tv.*o 
hour* and 12 minute* although 
t'lP 52 foot balhyscape dropped 
like a plummet al a yaid a 
^p^nnd 

He and hi.* son remained on 
the boitom mrie minute* be- 
fore starting hack up again. 


Ijike Tanganyika was dis- 
covered hy Robert Burton and 
John Speke In 19.*W. 


firronimo, the Apaehe chief, 
surrendered to (ien. George 
Crook. March 21. 19W. 


On Nov in 1971. reporter 
Henry M Stanley "found' Dr. 
David Livingstone In Tangan 
yiKa. 


Turk* massacred (.Tirlsiians 
at Vodda and the .Monte- 
negrin* rose against the 
Turks. In 1 «:»h. 


It wa* in JHb* mat Dr. A fume* from the engin# 

Conan Dovie invented the , tunnel near Balvana, 

famed detective. .Sherlock HaIj, killing 521 passengert 
Holme* First story, A Study the train, 
tn .Scarlet, wa* published the # * * 

next year On Ort 23 I94.'> Vidkun 

* ♦ # Quiaiing. pro Nazi premier of 

The Eiffel Tower was Norway during the orcupa- 

openwl m 1HH9 « tion. wa* executed by * firing 

* # * *quad. 

Dom Pedro It wa* forced * . * * 

off Ihe throne of Brazil in William .Tovee. the Nazi* 
IWi The emperor w a* ousted I-ord HawHaw', wa* hanged 
(;arf.eM bv the planters after he freed for treason In l,ondon. on Jan. 
on. July the slave* 3- 

Elberon, * ★ ♦ 

In DW r>r Rudolph Die*el 
patented Ihe infernal enmbus- 
non engine. 


Bo.** Tweed of New York 
Cilv was convicted of fraud 
and sentenced lo 12 year.* in 
prison on Nov 19. 1974. 


Mail bv stage roach started 
In run heivvt*en -SI. Louis and 
San Fran<-i*cn in Time: 

24 day.*. 19 hours, minute* 


AUGUSTE PKVARD 
... up and down 


Aug. lit. 1931 

CAVALl.ARO DI MONZAN 
ARO. Italy 'AP- 


Wild Bill Hickok wa* shot 
lo dearh from twhind by a de*- 
pftadn .lack McCall. In fb*>id 
woo<l. S D . on Aug 2, 1976. 


First U iietrnleum we| 
WHS brought In at TituavDIe, 
Pa. on Aug. 29. 1*‘'S9. 


Augu.stc .y I II 

Plrrard and Max Uosyn* came |\Pl^nSP I f 

down to earth yesterda' hav | 

W\ * ir)g gazed on ihe world Irnm 

f mft 9*1 fl fj the grealcM altitude ever at W~^ • 

•9-^^* " • * lamed hy man more than 10 W*1 

0 When Ihey landed they were 

W jaqaaww '*(»mrwhat shaky, very tiled ^ 

H i t i 9 and ex««‘Tdlngly modest, M\ 

Three hotir* after they look m m 9 W 
off from Duhendnrf. aero** the M-^ 

, W • f lAlp* In Switgerland. Ihey 

91 ^9 9 9 Q ' reached rhetr maximum hejghl 1^ 

-9 " • i € O I From that vantage point the 

world wa* a strange looking NAPLE-S, Italy 
Oct 17 1933 place l..andmarka were India- Caruso. who*e ul 

Hnri and map* were of little ‘covery had been 
W'hile thousand* o! Victor value. under the benign ir 

lana looked on at the starting |.\ki-.A Vlsmi.r. his own Italy. pa*.« 

on the Vlfiorla Golf Huh link* ^ 9 a m, al the Hotel 

near the end o! Nr^i*ort Ave m indicate to Prof Pic- He had been hr 

nue. and innumerable craft in ,.x*ctly what pari of Ihe hurnedly from S 

eluding raft* ram>e.*. ixalhng . . ^ ,he Bay of Naples. 


The Prince of Wale*, later 
Edward VII. visited the U.S. 
In 196(f 


King Michael of Rumania 
ahdiciMted. and the Red eon- 
trolled government in Bucha- 
re** proclaimed a people * re- 
public. Dec. 30. 1947. 


X ray* were discovered by 
Wilhelm Konrad Roentgen, a 
German physirtsl. in 1993 In 
1901 he was a Nobel prize 
winrrer. 


The Shogunate was *bo| 
|*hed and the Mikado restored 
In Jafian. in lf»7. 

In 1969 PreMdeni Andrew 
Johnson wa* lmpearhe<l. tried 
and arquitted over attempt* 
to remnve Kdwm M Stanton 
a* secretary of war. Stanton 
resigned. 

♦ * ♦ 

The Central Pacific and 
Union Pacific were joined hy 
a golden *f»lke in Utah in 1969 
completing a railway lo Ihe 
t S. west coast 

* * * 

The Suez C.ana| wa* opened 
on Nov, 19 19b9 

* ♦ 4 

The doctrine of papal In 
fallibilitv was adopted m 
Rome July 1« 1970. hv a vote 
of 547 2 in th# Ecumenical 

, Council. 


tn Ikfkv Ethiopian* under 
King Menelik Inflicted 7 600 
casualties on Italian troops at 
Adowa 


The Boxer revolt against 
foreigner* broke out in China 
in March. An Allied 

force of while troops quelled 
the tn«u»de, hut foreigner* 
•uffere#! reprisal* fr*r many 
more years. 


1-ZJUis Blerioi flew Ihe Eng 
lish Channel, Calais to Dover 
m 37 minutes, on July ' 25 
1909. 


Taal volrarto In the Philip- 
pine* erupted tn January 
1911. kiUing 3.000. 


KLNG MICHAEL 

. , . abdicaifA 


LORD HAWHAW 
. . . hanged 


ENRICO CARU«iO 
... hi* own Italy 






fiailM Colnnifrt Virtorlt. R.C, Thtir* . Dec. 11. 195« 25 


Hon (lies PInndrr Saloons 


Markets (llo; 


Juiif 15. IMti 

Ti'f tieat fti*‘ ai Vaiiwuvpr 
|pfl a di'vas 
(anon un{>aisUeli<‘'t m thp his- 
tory of ftip U hap 

!»o su<l'!«*iily itiat i*w*n 
at this ilaip lltoso who have 


Auic. I. IKII 

NEW YOKK Hie vast and 


ha With -UiCJ.. ah'i'aily paiuallj drunk. 


»n.uriti6i markpis nf thp world 
vamp to a rompleie halt 
day for art itidvfimtp pnriod. It 
was an on-tiripncp unprecpdpn- 
ivd in history. H 

With ail Kniopp sppmlngly B 
on iha veigp of war. the ('on- 
tinental pwhangrs elonpd 
acvpial d.t)s a|!<> and tlip'l.xMV Y 

don market following suit >••« || ^ 

tPiilay. the New York .'>liivk- 
' Exchange would have h<*pn 
liillfd upon to ta>;»r the weight 
of the war s financial burden*. ^|| 

M KtH'K rANK s 1 

It tiad virtually done so all 
ihe wiH'k for while the London 
market was open tranwiciionx 
were only small Tlie unload 
uiK nf sim-ks hen* hy paruc- 
cirirkiui Kun'ie* duMog H*e lists ha\e 
last four <!ay.s and ihe vnnsi* st.sme n 
quept I'ollapse of the piUTS pii.vpdtis 
made bisioiy in V\all .sneer 

llfjw long the stork exchange hetes >19 
will he clo-cd IS a malii-r of 
roiijectuie the aii’-wer depend 
me ufMin ihe «-ouise of events *■ 

ahiuad It tnighr •-?.!> i Itised 
all vurninei in the e\erit of a W||»'ims| 
vast woi. member* said. * I < 

• The exchange teopened on •** 

a rest! " ted h.i*is on Nov .Arothn 

for bond ttadme. hui aJ! re- News rear 
strirlions were not removivl nf »tie »' 


Icotlnix MARINI^ 

I 

nd l.NDl STIUAL NEEDS 


llin(l(‘nliiii |: l>\|)lo(l(‘s. I»im 

K\pMimi «nd hmiHfii: ^t’ » 1 -' < 

(». j^'H. is Ihe flerm.'ut il'Mt’iM*' IhmliMiliuri; 
Inll wa*5 oO. while mam m"'*' Mu* '»T nhoai 
Inimvrl. Tin* diic.jihln wa* ixint; Uf* l‘> Hie 
when i 1 rxfiloderl ahi) hiiiiK’it. 


PFKI'H.N \S. kranre— A 
Spanish Insurgent promise to 
(lardoii goxernmeiit soldiers 
yeslenlttX lightened the Usk 
i»f french officials strug- 
gling lit care f«»r lens <*f 
thousands of i atalonian re- 
fiig4Ts after Rarcelona fell 
to 1-rafico. 

Insurgent t.eneral Kidel 
Davila said Insurgents did 
not wish l«* pprsr.-'iile govern- 
iiieni army members. He as 
srrted. Imwever. t.eneral 
f-' r a n (s» was “rcsegUng 
pimishineni for Ihos** rr^spon- 
sible for Ihe revoliitlrui.’* 


In aii^iti»^n lo terxlnE Ihp marine world 
!lip eriEntPonM}; laeilltu's of arrows ara 
oflored in the mdiisin.it firMd in ihr» ron- 
ftirueiion of ide-lahncal-*d slocl work, 
tanks and special luslallalions. . 


rAMftr.iD'iK 


Montreal fioo’ 


net of the It--, j-i pii 

t'heniisti\ in I'* - l-‘ f d 

tsii\ fir»m an andomo-al op 
rrit.ofi 

Mill \K ID \( TM»N 

Lord n .TEt-?r -. '1 : 

un<ihinisively hot ely 

fill m*»if ih.in td xe.ii . on the 

p t M i. ! ,• • = < . «'I 1 «dl'> . 1 ' 'iX t!'. 

fi . I- I it .1 1 inn Ilf e;.';.. . I . a’ot 

l*'e <ji!iMi(..' rif It'-- -T* In 

ihlh *ie ai-ni'K.I tl'.e fit-t 
no 1 - 4 f le '■ 'c'li 

Tt'P SlIIMli. \ •-I'l'.t’ of 

Nci'Ofi, New /.<• il.iii'l. was 
kii'gUlcd ir. IflU worn ^e 
w» k'oiwn a» -If hrpc«i 
Dul.ici fo| 'I He w.ts crealeirj a 
ban in in I't'il 


i.onn Rt TMERKonp 
, . . dies aft'M sUigery 


Let Cowie 

SAVE 

Your 


‘COASTING 
DOWN YATES 


I'm gl.id 1 carl • 
ie||. m this H J 
shnri H'on at' -- ^4 

Tliat 1 had « Bt A *5 

•haie. 10 part ^ 

Us glory a> msi ai< > 

HI sim a 

Tt'P lleiesl share . . \ei l wax 
in Heaven. 

When 1 |«.»ckod the Colonist on 
old "Rnnte 7 

'Cauar all to mxseif I h.xd 
»he world 

A* -'2ld A left the MK\D- 
Ll.NES I huilerl 


roMPi.FrrK 
SriKNTII IC HIKE 
AM) SI’H \V SKRMCK 


Beflulif^ xooi grounds now! 
Jfi ritp iriral lime to remove 
<lr id Unibs fmm lrrs*s and 
fins iliOit::>'d ~-:tons Call 
ns (i.i piompi spr»' serv 
i.-r Ml |.•l•u^\.^l nf liec-s 


I Invert ceiimc ut> In ’be 
II I ItfCk driw 0 . 

Aii't in wmtei I Kep* rnv |W 
)rtrn.is on 

A» kfuiidi.i i View, I «lai"'*l 
m\ mule . 

And ihi’* 'xn 7 . . . w.is ir.ill*. 

.1 t'c.vil, 

A' tmixt port hes wem i In-e 
few hft*l c:it'’s 
I swung tbio rkns' i''...- 
, . . then duwn Y’aics 


«,et the uiirst from >oiir gar 
itcii 111 giving voiir Irei's the 
IS ref III In-.ilrnent they rie 
MTV«* l«* krs-p Ihcm henltbv 
nod l■Mtllifttl. Call on lis 
for .s(t 4 'tillou lo; 


• Sloiile I fees 

• I mil Irci-s 

• OriMnienliil Tr«*es 

• fh.iinSnw OieTation 

• I ree*. I ellrd i Insured* 

• I erllllrltig 

• ( hendriil < tinlrol of — 
Krusli. r.rasses. yyrtvls 
oii HIglits of D iiv . 
DHehes. ele. 

• RiilhMngs of \ll Types 
>\ bile w ashed 


THE VikNCOtVER ItN 


Jonuary 17 . 1954 


YouMl always have some beastly busybody trying to foster a new myth about Victoria 


\llenllon. Imliislrlal 
An-.ss— l.llmiuMle the 
Dsnger of I In* 

r ii io -a- 10 hnish aioued 
'Oil- p I (I n I • an bo a 
dct-n.ie file h.i/.ild but 
can be irifitrolli'd onw 
ihroiigh ( hemical api.iy* 


from LEN NORRIS— 
and THE VANCOUVER SUN 


Tl'ix wa» the I'Hil I Imrsl Ipe 

hr-st 

Hiding ' Nn ll.icds* . . . e-ieh 
porch W.i« a le**. 

Tt*e lltxl "ne 1 t.M . • * blown 
hunga low. 

Thrn I ‘ku>l>cfl one ... of I 
»n a row 

I cAreered down H»e mld‘ll«' « 
sor* of h.ilf «.»' 

Ltateninc for ••t'’ thud . . . o*» 
each coco in.i* 

1 oticp shoxi’rl a herlgc . . . b*o 
closr* a pise 

t can bear right now . . • tb.it 

i raatime rIaxs 

Then hi.K up Kott . . , l«J*t 
ibr Iclr -! !c 

VViih ni\ news that was hir.il 

A Will Id w ide 

Thru win'er * summer, 'twaa 
fun xublime 

And tperi.iilv full filling . . 

In cherry nme 

ye* Toiv.i* . the Colon 
|gt Ihfl >e.ii ' rich. 

Arwl Cm plad tb.nl once 1 
WAS IN t^N r»»V PITCH 


I'KO'irr \M» f XI’FllT 
sHt\HI \ss||tKD 

HiEE KMIMXTKS 

Out of Town Inquiries 
Inv itcil 


CHARLES A 


IT'S HERE! 7th ANNUAL COLLECTION 

of NORRIS CARTOONS FROM 
THE VANCOUVER SUN 

AT NEWSSTAND AND MAGAZINE COUNTERS 


Tres Surgeons Lid 

27 iM) IHirsol Kiiad 
\ irtoHa. B.C. 

Phone KX‘ 2-1S7S 

KxoninRx. KYS-lfifiS 


HUIIIB=R’S 

.1 Kurnlftire Uarebouse* (St 


I 









COLONIST WANT ADS THROUGH THE YEARS 


★ ★ ★ 


★ ★ ★ 


★ ★ ★ 


Advertisements on These Pages Have Been Selected From the Pages of The Colonist of the P ost 10 0 


'*V' 






26 OatlM 

T1iwr>J«y, 0«c. Il| 1931 

From 

THK 11AI1.V BRITISH 
I 40IX)MST 

July. 1862 

. - Fntgn 

THK DAll.V BKITISH 
COIX)M.ST 
April. 1863 

From 

THK DAII.Y BRITISH 
COLONIST 
Aucuhl. 1866 

F'rom 

THK DAILY BRITISH 
(OIX)NIST 
Septirtiibfr, 1867 

Fmm 

THE DAILY BRITISH 1 
<OlX)MST ' 

October. I86» 

FriMU 

THK DAII.^ BKITI.SH 
1 (OI.ONlsT 

April, 1871 

Knwn 

THK DAII.Y HKITISM 

LABORERS WANTED 

NOTICE 

j WANTED 

wAvm> 

A girl Ul atalat lit a aiaall famil* 

100 TONS OF HAY 

THOMAS SHOTBOLT 

Ctu-m*’ arvt lirviawval 
J.e--v‘iv ^trvri 


ApHI. 1H*M> 


$50 REWARD 


f.-r further tuirtrf-uUi» •pH» ♦« anj ileM r*jpu«<ir*J hv ilw rre» U 

V..ii» arm iMii-v" i^-npf»i A»|rn . |h« aMj. K'<>at Owrtir _ 

. (-t«ner Vau^ af>rt Tomnn'rf >al UrHaon t ramphWl Cn. ^ 


tomlliea |«Wrnni 


|Mi r#war»t wUt I# m«4 ^a* the' NOTICE 

anrf I ■'ivaieHi "••' '«f' ■ 

•on or prr«>na <•!*■» nii«e«l 'h* t*r*t p^ra-.f* are hetrhy Irtf*iu1 *ni*l 
•iarm irf lira ihia-ayemnK any-jor <« ai-rtaini liv ulram 


$20 REWARD 


w M l*M «e*’ 
rnrenutn *'ri: ■ H a LCo 

$25 REWARD 


T1«a air*^ rraarrl will hr f.airt ] 
TJ^f f-njiirw C» N" 2 l-f «*'h 
|rUi.rma'.-'»c a* will i»«'l t'* *'■' The 
Vrtmn 'll Ihr prrvm wfer raued ifa 
cry *»I Ufa Iiriweei. iht h.4jr* -4 » 

•r^ • o'cl'rrk la»» ave< nir Aiiplv In | ,. 

TTeenai « Me<'n"i j,, ^ 
Pte»i'lrn( , 


r ‘;r. z £z 

1 man'* ItiatiM' i-irrwr “I Yale* and 

$50 REWARD rrrr»v» thta 


The iiiar’ f ie'*l''d t'e Ihi* «i4nal 


FURNISHED ROOMS 


^rilt lf"»0 tiv k'-.il ar-.{ I.i«el> lurni»h»»l 'IMT 

I , rt .. f '’,•‘""1*'''^ IWniili* R*Ker> brlrk l>uil<lirt Ihifd 

(II anv urrwm ''i*' w'll i$.r fnan Htviwn Ju« lai Fon 


FOR SALE 

One Ihe nrilear waier rfajir* ir 
V). i.-rui i-ierinir "« -'wn. ' < vei 

$XP a ih'iWh, the hnrie- hw"*** • 

4T'» * tn trfiW If 

pl.n1 |i>f will '» »'tH ' 

a' a narcam. Arpi> at irw r-4"m*t 
•Wl'e 

VICTORIA BAKERY 

Sam I Neill" r*i"iaieiMr 

mar Va'r- • -rt 


(II anv le-rairn Miai wm rwurn ii r 
'i akaii ■ piwe it hall ilw . 

aiTi'aint t- ar>» .a>e whi will r** ■ulir 
it,r .1 i •• .»' • r r h'a' f' jml 
and «afeiy *ei urv U Itil railed t'* 
in-r (jTilei 

J B pa»w*li Wane 

b<i>'ar> V 1 $; C », 


AuRUfU, 1866 

EX MOHAWK 
FROM LONDON 

N>iw Landini A Fnr Salt 
b> ih* tiulrraifiiad 


TIMOTHY HAY 

■ ■ - - ■ whir® hr .i||ef* w ha* >4 % ti« 

da>. Men wn« upward In auil pun-hairT 

*„uy ,1, I NOTICE AT »U‘4M PtM -niN 

Allen Franrt* at the *<ramt»iai landina at hurtia* 

I'S. Ctwui •nv, M,ne„ ol remin bo<* .hlth 

, ara la l!i* ftaou «» hetakini tnu id ina hay ai 

m> flaw* and .Iraimyrnt the U"i** "Aan , , ^Kanaiw 


Manuia'iurer >J axta wa'er. 
Wnun adr 4W(|ri fierr .I'an 


I are harahy aettlUd that if na( 
oanad aao aamata* paid by sat 
' urdat Aurrm TUt iha? will ba 
I aold to pay aapanaea _ 

, R A Xinfl. 

Otureb Para, Cadar Plaitu 


WANTED 
TO PURCHASE 

A piano (or •hi<& a rtaaoaablc 
price Pill t>e paid 
Apply to 

Oraka A .lachMUi 

Boiiruar* 


AT •u-H. PKH »N pQf^ PUGET SOUND 

It the atramtrai landina at hurtia* . . , 

Term* »a»n n- be laM in faciain Thr *chei»liij new *ii*amn 

necninf 'tn'dauvao otinahatai 

OLYMPIA 

. - — - CAPT D n nS( H 

1AM1 leave Vtn.fia i-a iHvmrta 

Cords for Business Firms pm 


Ml* PtrttMa ai lha 

BRITISH COLONIST 

Jeo prmiitin 
Va aparimen l»*>ka 

English Cool Oil Lomps 


FARE 52 00 

BOARDING HOUSE 

Fo*t Sirae* iwiweie Ikara'a* 
and Bi'ia'l 

Cawtiiitad t>v 

MRS G MASON 


WANTED 


War'ed Pl«*raStr>en aapanenrad tn 
wMi with iixee Annl> P D. Pent 

he non t^nd rnnea 


3D nr f»k* Hertnaaaej a Ptia Brarvdj ■ — ■ — ' 

ji qr i*h» Marten Pal* Brandy' /^Tlr•c 

10 qr r»tii Otard Ouiaiy Pala NOTICE 

Hrand> 

t qr ralu Jula* Rorun Pale Brand) l( loaaph Darei, .Vephe* i>( Fran 


Krnnt 

THK HAIM BKITISH 
( OI.OMST and 
IM'4 


Athdeaiea ("T a fi-.i*»* tea. iwe 


Sa'ai' 1'"- jiet ■■••-■lih .i- 

i>edrr 'he •> i~> t Xniatre*. Arthtir 
Pinnet Serra»ar> 

Old-Estobl ished | 
BREWERY 

ond 

SALOON 

FOR SALE 


, The aalieirt a<«) '-riwer) : Hr uleier- 

i.ir'wa i-*ia’' tt-eii '»ai *'<t . > 
all I n £vi,u>'<i«M K'wH fwti wav 
iw'wiTwi Ve' ■■» aM Ki'tjm * 

( |e» .1 . ilie tl,.i i. 

ir<*> ate a«i- iini.tir't *n>: inm 


From 

THK DAILY BKITLSU 
<OIX)N|ST 
Jul.N. 1876 


HOUSEHOLD 

MEDICINE 


Taken ihirrnally U rrltavea mvtaettp 
Mir m wi ai >«<e i«i‘< I'aeit evian'wlik 
tt ta Uva tMi imimant in ttv* wmib 


painkiller 

Cura* Mdden Cnid* or f'MCh 


r.v MerVxa tVand and lnd|in< par wee« I. nn in« |.i*m <.f 'hr breairy I 

The nnaat a»*"rtrhen' e«er imr»*rted tvArd i»i aerh U rpoai n'lanlrtt The i*na inir ' 

oMo lha Cnlnny- F'T Sala P’’*' W Briard and t-Mkint ner day |i lej ,,fuei abBj’ 3 arrei i i uoilei I 

Alnola mrai *• ien«« There an three •.ever 


Sf. Andrew's Society 

NOTICE 


S qr i»k» Saiarar Paia Brandy 


PIANO WANTED 


Missmg — Reward lntor™tion Wonted 

th*' a* '.1» 'h' *' >«■» v.'i ■ • ** Th"ma» t lerii 

•Ulwrea quaidv '-f Hr.art I’le* arid a •gi'ai-ie reward will l>f (wel t.. ('"nnerlv 'd 
Cake* I ivery vane' Alt "''ler* q|. (^-.a.i, wfi-i wiii ffi.i .ni"i'*'* lately ■■( ran>»»- 


(dree i.r Th"ma> cienfan 
Id W'awier. nnKi. and 


enu CaMT lait ol Ricbliald Bril . 
uh rolumbta CaiiM DaaUr. d* 
rca*td aUl communuaie «itn in* 
und*<*l|nad and lomard to hurt 
proof of hU kinaJiip he ^itl near 
o( auBciMnt to hi* advaniaie 
Cha* C P<Mlt> 

Odinai AominUtraiar. 

Brit 1*41 Columbia 


J S DEAS 

FORT STREET 


. _ SEWING 

>1 hhda Jamaaa Hum » •«« oiTomaihirTf to hi* ad»aivia*e 

VII i;ieen 'a»e* J l> K X 4:.n Cha* C P<Mlt> MACMINF^ 

J*I Re.1 .«*e* J D k 2 fiin Oflinai AominUtrator, ryw~vv.« iniuj 

Jfi Fed . a»ea JDK z f.m Columbia 

tj Vfl 2 ' The Ceicbrored 

in qr i««» tiin 4 i>^ « Callfornta paper* m*a*r ropy. ... 

iiMa»nrh>4w Swain* R.*ietf i Old — — ' Smgcr Sewmg Mochint 

£*• t aaea Swaitve H<«»fd • Old Tom RRWARD ^ larml'. wee 

jnia*r* hwaire Bnord * Om«er ,r,, avemAi of Tuataay * ’^Ai-hw'’’''^ 

Hrbhd. Jt»( .00 Ih# »l«h rnad rH»*e W ^ ^ „ 

>■ ipr dll (>ranfe Rrller* Governnitiii Ho«*«. a Meertenaum _ 

w. X'*",' T. L FAWCETT i CO 

4 qr rak» Hunt* Old roll "*n* Coloniri olUce. aliera tha above (>Martunm< Mraet 

• R,,... i*.«i.i.». ' reward piU be paid ar .i le. maenini 


Rr Wedding* and 'arer rartw* i.,n mq. »,ii i.nd ii tm- i»*o.i.' 
IKarkhillv letrlve*! arvl {ai>e*iMi>> m, r«iiiii/e,i Hi i'>(« .■(• 

pt1rnd*«l In. airasrd (n*n th.' H-i*l>i'aJ on Sn' 

Sain 1 Ne*iiiii u"t,*i * '■ h* 1' tr • ii ** 

■ ~ pital he h*il "»1 a t'laik ffe» k ci«i 

ar»l M> I'amieai' 

Butter Butter Butter t*LZ7. 


A new *eleeied **. e*TS'i 

rrPah Cnalien Hutirr put w> in 
Ire* Imtn 1 lit IJ** lha u offered 

Iw *aI» hy 

n ViftwJo 

J"lvr«nn Btreet npieaiie Wharf 


hair and v*t.nKers 

A i . Mairt 


FOR SALE 

3 Kefli M«*«irn; piMtter f'lr aale 
r>y &1imi Marvin 

I ITALIAN BEES 

I FOR SALE 

A few hiv.* --t Ih-ae »oi<-r‘ e t«-e* 


Da'ed Richfield July II )M1 
California paper* mea*r ropy. 


U RCWARO 

I 

Lo*i on (he avemAi of Twetday 
ia»t . Oh me Bifh mad r>o*e 14 
Governnitiii Hou*«. a Meertenaum 


The Celebroted 
Singer Sewmg Mochme 

f.e lamilv uar 
A lew iu*' ri i viv ed 
per Ai'tive" 
and nn aale f'lr rath al 


Cvro atienieih paid in the roml"Ct 
>4 htauder* 


ARTHUR STRONG 

Oni'tal r.in'fait'r anl IS"' ‘er 
rr»» (*••»* p iranod at tH *h>'re»r 
nului' Hemilof lU • l-e *iv-vii»4; 
du*t Tuiwta-i TlTJi"le-» at*) *«*• 
urtU'* Iv i«rnmrrd d-> ai' a ed* 
,.r j't. WH). « lisi- r 

aide fair* Order* IcM a’ ’ ‘ ' 

in Thutee Al.'-. '» f»r"»"plly 

aiirndetl i" 

I Ri-iiti'" H'o = 

tW d'*ir «•• flakii'.. 


4 qr r*k» Hunt ■ Cbd Pofl Win* 
Jit fViVe* t'ahlie* 

Jl < a»ea Sanlinea 


A CARD 


(^Mettuneni Mrnet 
•' even B'.'i H-. marniive 


Havtng liaMU-'l I'n '• •■if 

ea'cd paivw* ar* •i-*** ! ' - ' 

f» !• Ilw IU* • * 


J'^vrwm IbV'J^L.e Wharf WoUS NcrVOUS Anhdote !•^ ‘^'^"‘^h.^ire* » T u'*- ' 

7 and Phys.col Restorative r'T . .. m, pm. quart i-Kai*. 

EX "HEATHER BELL rr*-dmre '.*o*r Id Paiuhira and at a**"rted Sdure* 

rveoivnl and fur aalo by Ih* 'nm rnnh -aJ wievler M ihr axe the guodra Sfreei . _ .. 

»"'■« P-nwrtva are! wiaiderlut nHd*- ^ ctocct kr-aae* Pm »rui* 

MoHer»li^ ^ d>*" ver»-a. C STREET 14 ia»e* of Yelkiw Metal Mieqll 


DcHfvfnber, 1868 


WANTED 


keja in lovtee fa k wmiha wttieaii I.,i,p wil' r»e 


jaiMwif n litMid bitaaf. im w«» 

aiu) ciMi. 

M'4aaM't in harrrla 
RqjVIWi. h 1 aland CtTfee valrtl 
quality. 

y*uUr in iMle* 

Balt n*ef in half Itarmla. 
yS(<aia. AiMil « !*•' 

Jankm A t.rvwn 


Air raae* Pie Frui* ' 

14 ia»e* of Yelkiw Metal Slieqlhiivg iiai*V;ai.'-are -X 


Wott's Nervous Antidote 


FOR SALE 


fi.4Ti 14 f" .4 nun. f* 

S t *lu of Sneamini Naila 


.lainr* t.«> uri*la. !•■ la- dei.ielvil 
immediaitiy Apiay U' V$', Xmety. 


ha. I ur/*l ar*l wil 'ure mi te ra*e* ^ 

•4 .\rrw*i* dmilder*. Uian a4iy idhai W i*f land with hnua* and 


miift* inm liar R-und, Sheet o-ttfo'-l**- Fun arron, 
1‘iaie and Ltiamwi aaaorted 


Watt's Neivous Antidote 


p\n /“I CD l/'MvJ 1 luva and will cure nerv-mia liead- OiVuila Sklna rui^ried 

L't' S.l.CfNJ'-flM I a' aM'hi e** l.i'fi'iiiii paraiyti. aiiM' at the Riwal Oak H u»e al ■■■n inroe huahel tunc* hei 

From Pons lex.rwm.' dihiJiiy, neuralma ehr-e..- jupr*mn nf Eaw A We*t Saanirh 

Phvaumn^'Sir*^ *and ■ irwumaiiam. l.*nh- h—i r» Dunran and Ge .rge Wtmrf »" Wirt Ba«* large ai» 

ArMirheur. aihe. «*u »ree,. 

glovemmen* Siieet l»e*u i*r n Va'e* 

« ; jidwiann In lb* Yard ofK»".He Wott s Nervous Antidote *..1.,” !>£* Dry Goods ond U 

»hinr m Re*iautBB» Tiwainveni wuiy, ifwa 

«t aB lh*ea*e* wiiNaii Memirv , It an rtieriual femedv for wakeful. . - 

live** i>* fc..MiUig quieiiruf inflia*iK-e .rtanir snin* 

TO LET Overland ta Sooke >';:rrJZ\ 

fe* anttage* RenJ nvm t$fO It* Wotl S NCrVOUS AntldOtC A lark irBin >«* lieen |tia.ed nr Rlai-k and Cnlnrpd XecMiea 

WM. .p^wA lerium Ifvmer. nerv.Hiv W'-MtenB-.k. 

“» iremliiin* eu.len** iw.irhirit iif J T_,LT u—i. 


.•artiTi im We»i iiaanah K'wd i _ , i ...ii*. r es.t 

mm-* fnm loum tSOn l'f» arrr* or rnd Hi»vh* ami Line* aa»«Tted COAST WHALE OIL 

r..ii haanirli K"nd. iV* mile* f|i«n TVtinr a**'4Ved I 

li'an Alt" l«i arrea on ConbAa q.iv-r-a -,,ih,-u (ramea J^^kagr* and quantihri to m 

r»«. A miica fr-fn town, Ibiti an FMie Ola**, Silvered wiih-*it fram** 

tiT* Qwnvik SktiK MvtriH 

ySuX brothers 

H'lt'l or Ounran and Ge irge Wtmrf **' W'rt Hag* large am Wharf bire*« 

• ree*. ___ 

July7 1864 Dry Goods ond Clothing SUITS 

* ' i Raliir Shirt* 

Overland ta Sooke $10- $30 

A lark irBie !«* Iieen |tia.-ed nr RUi-k and Cninrpd XecMiea I- in,,.. immadiat* «.'» 

the uail heiwern Vinuna and Ken- ... v, in *« a fur unmaaiarr ».• 

mM" Klait arwi wi.i nave f-r Ihe wr.nien _».i a 

fr« irip no Thuraday rrwnlng. Hlarh Alpaeiat ^ LEAN O CO. 


a' aei'iii r*. i.iifitiiii( paraiytiv •( th, Riwai Oak H u*e al nin i,tr«e huahel tvam heavy 

extreme dihOiiy, neuralgia ehr-aM- Jupr*mn of Caw A We*i Saanirh ‘ ' 

ami ifiaiTvafiiry inrumaiuim. l.rth- H'mmI r» Dunran and Geirge Wtmrf *" Wirt Bag* large «m 
aih*. *(*u fgree*. 


ChAfivil* Sklna ruvried 


July. 1864 

Overland to Sooke 


Dry Goods ond Clothing 


■ii.fii Cl ni ... « (ifw di leriuin ifwmefv nerxou' 

J W *''<*fav iremi.ling e|i.iepa», iwiii-hirg m 
r.^.r v.iT. .AH r.uji iw-rve* ■ n.ulalnn* and pul 

rnfher Yale* *M_ro.* m-nary ci.mpla.nl*. 


Raliir Shirt* 

Invrmr** Capea 

Pant* and Ve»<* atanned 


• I-,...,.. ih* trail heiwern Viru.na and Ken- a..i.> 


WANTED 

■ta mulea Aiqdy P. M Bat Ini* 
Ya'e* Sireil 

' Jvily. 1861 


To Form I les 

Tha r'ahfi.T.hM n—gr nard 4m- V'^. w TM--,!' 
tflveil •hrnugh'iui will. ex.Tileol a. il 1, 1 ,., i.i !,,_r V u.i.,ij.i_l' 
M water ai'uaied 'uv itir r.aner <4 in ? 7. 


!?:« Sfrve* ' .TLiav^. •^>1* Thui^y morning. Hi.rk Alpar. at 

ln-:;::ry'^j:,mp...rS.“^‘^’ g’H 

. . n-"' inr* *f» t"'"* *1'’ ^ 

Wott S Nervous Antidote made Gnnd* may he »-nnv»yed 3»mth M.>iT«i«k» Lun* CU*h 

will art ufrt lhal ai.ie .4 nerxr*.. KT".); "Ihi. 

, WHNU d7«mg» Kr?i ^helr* .Uert Rtack and CM.ced Rii.i-«t 

• ■I wiini*. anxiety ol mind meirtal v,„f, f ^ Bayirv RH H"ua* JS prtnt Blue Bunket* 

iV‘ 1 . 11 . nvM.'ii* ft. arvt i* *■< Ci.cr^ Yaia* .Mr^. jw m'int Hlark R'anke'* 

w.enl'riiil It. rt iuvrnating pivmaiure •'» P "'•'t* "'arae * 

. 'I ».-> ar.l . ..rrerritifc .ki rr|a iiudi * i . ^ 

I 9^ 9^ 


ApHI. 1870 

CAUTION 

The Wrdern l'nea> Telegraph C ' 
hrn< . vi'i* a'-v •’<' 

wivi ahall willfully de^nq >a ap 
liraMale an* ••' 'he lit# Wife l»4e. 
nr maula'-'f* tvemrgif'* tq the W" 
1 Telegraph C" w. : tre i*un.*hrd 
Iu the fUU exient <d itvr laa 
r H LAMR. 
t>ialrvi Bufwnntendenr 


I , WANTED 

Offireri. atewajd* and mf** ahie 
atkl rvdinarv *ramei> t'l 'admen 
' liberal wage* will b* rven Chtna 
Peru null Auai'iU* arwl Cur>i{w 
Arq-ty in JrmaVBl Shipping Agee- 
NB Warned *4v»ral large ran-m* 

LADY'S PONY 
FOR SALE 


nil' regu *f:- t • ' 
(iV 1 le tf 

V il • 

all i'« rw*i i-t'..* 
far. ••mi •■' • •.'• '•• 

gera'i' reiiu. ■■ 


U moai I. '»(»!?:« The .ana mie ' 
|.rue* abBU' 3 arte. * i uD>lei : 
frn«« TTiera ar. 'htr, -.eve' I 
iBiiin* aril '>t liar H>r"‘« •at'fl 
rn 'h# iTTi and evni «o - 

liUalur II I.'i immtdia'e vnlf 
meniem.t.' nl nieaini pv a ■'•r 
twfi; ■ film “ ■* a *matl iar"’a’ 
Ki a*'in l<a *.-tMu; n I Ting frr-m 
I. •* ... y- .. .r •I's-k a. I- • 'I 
tbr •■.•* ii,«i.i MaifWay 

If-i*.*' fwi'iima • •' -j-t 


TsIOTICE 

Partiet K'ximt in Fiwcvunp n( 

MULES OR HORSES 

H« • g.'i.- iM •»» 

CANADIAN PACIFIC 
RAILWAY SURVEY 


PAINKILLER 

Rei.eve* A*'tima Pnihiaie 


PAINKILLER 

Art* PrumpUv in (.ti '.rta arwf B'n>«4 
Tr'Kfhte* 


painkiller 

Cut** Cankit ir 'he Msuib and 
SiiHnach 


PAINKILLER 

.V.veiegn Cure J.-r ThiereriA 


PAINKILLER 

Renvi Craief* and Paioa 
in Ilw v.4n»i n 


' • «ir-l If 

■ Ilia' a- 
. ut.li r- 

•' rh»eer» 


M H IU' .All” 'Ti 

•V. .• Will K. P: . 

Ul luiw 


. Aher T*-'- 
.1 A" td-'g 


• rw Ry r«tler id 


Mareua .•in ilh 


a.«iue 


iMTfinlvrtr, I87'i 


5500 PER MONTH 
TO LIVE MEN 


GREAT REDUCTION IN -. ■v. .. , . u-'- 

SEWING MACHINES ^ 

Ringera Famuy ^ft-m »F' "■ M* fr«« «rrH M-mreai 

W. DALBY & CO. 1 -- - 


ft . I- . 'g 

Cr'iernmetii ftr»e» 


FOUND 


AiiKiiht. 187.7 

NOTICE 

To Lodies of Victoria 


r.arlx "I* 1 rw'*' '» • uuuica ui Ttuiv-'tiui 

get ileman* riding vu'Wie The--wr*r 

t an l.a l»v • ' '• • e'-l Th# irn.1. e*igned wd' tel' Iwlfme 

navira I'H thi* l'‘»e"i*emeM ''h m * >• > h i r vn,. let., . i.»»» u*eH 
a|.|'-.*t’An in Tlwia L»- C-'t'era n-ahing et- a- '-wi rruea ii 


fb-ugi** Hirer* 


Yale* and \. 


•Ill hr * **-''llul 


M «m mnrtem term* AnHv 
Jiihn I r<*Uane 


la' mg a firn* fiairBlali.ai and madii 


add* «i;ni.*ih rewarxi. 


$]00 REWARD 

U Ihe prr*>in wtui left a reiiain 
Ir'i- .1' 'he ChhihMir 'lUe 
ah><ul 3 werka ago will tall on rru- 
II' -•e 1 will g»x* him Ihe ai»>»e 


a lAtigi." ftiert 
Vrii'na 


HENRY NATHAN 


l>rteT..in.ni ureet aM xir-r uniU m-hitig w left un- 

^ - - _ firu»he*i. lale I', all dniui*t* 


A De r.iafn'W 


Wharf fttem. 

Virtnria V I. 


Brick Cottage to Let i 

<W Ife>ae heal »*w. »l.(rev hrm* 
•nttage*. mv Ran Rireri near the 
Chill' t' reartV' '• T'erwl ' ’ rerK I 
lew in a r**! leviatit Ai^v , 
William Hi'wia'id I 

Yale* ftrrid nnprwile ttve awamp 

BARREL^ FOR SALE , 

|rr ww *a]ift<n harrel* and a 

J .iendid «a'm"n *ale 'heap' 

•potted W rmmedufeiv ft , 
J Rueff WiJMf • "teel 

NOTICE 

AH neramw tmlrliinl i<* ihe Itlaml 
•iarhei BrtnigMiici Slrr»l. are r*- 
quiniied III tail ard m-<iii vhetr a<- 
enunta wtihnui further ivdtre All 
wh" have ao.iun'* again*! ihe r* 
tahli*hmert are likewt*e rmuertnl 
lo prrtient ihem (•* iiquiriaTi'm 
T- J Skinner 


April, 186.7 The levx** trunk* nr»'ed lOWwaah- 

hiMrd*. and i«her Yankee pfurwler 
- ..._ t l “I'b me lavt ;rai ••wnrt* un- 

Jl ST LA.M'FD . kn iwn in'* diret-ied nr marked* wvU 

FX "JI'LIA' M id '• f ‘'■•rtitt tf net remmed 

«ix weeka (rnnekdate nr due* paid 

Horse ond Mule Shoes p 


STORAGE NOTICE 


NOTICE 

THE ROYAL HOTEL 


Rui'ar>le I'-e ilu* market and hr 
Uvr UfeRiver Tvadi 

aiui 

' Horse Noils 

Ami a General A**<irtmenl of 

Blocksmiths' Hordwore 

ar«l tiar arM ihaar irnn. 
t'h mi'v *•> 

ELLOWS & ROSCOE 

Wharf ntree* 


iherena Wharf Sireei Mayor, 

F W P'laier Ha* feduied t* rale* i» me*« Ihe r'lurtril. 

Lilkwii BC Irme*. and rleaa mimfeoahle hed* 

r„t ne i.mainrd Mr J$ reel* r*-r 

night rr n SO her week Bnaid II QL 

To the Public per da ^ PT’iprveirr** K«.r »f 

The u''d.n,'g.wd w.«ld reMen^MHy ,N " The MKel - Fir* IVrt. .4f ... 


A (plemltd Ihnraigh ladv « pne 
Hax* reveived bv taai exiaea* 18 handa high fnr *■!» Ann*' l<> 

<a*e* of aaauned fu(»n>a wintn Wil*ofi Brt-wn 

vi-iinn* direi* ir>>m r.ngiand wriM-h — 
vrtli be told At Ihe *manr«t lataki'i.e 

aoxame tm luigiun r.«t i« mak* ii r MoictPrmnn 

rrwvnv f'C 'kiwr large anipmeiu* lo . rr. r. Flelbicrmurj 

ajrive ny every aieamer . , . 

Lond Agent 

SCOTCH HOUSE , 

I y.r.lT hTIU.fci ’ V^..na 

I NOTICE ROYAL HOTEl 

The U'u^hip.'i. .uav'vr havmg 

vtduhiarily uffeied hi* aervue* tu ' Wharf Hireet 

liir »an«iaiv rianiivia*i<4i a'l a* Vtiii<raA 

I hrallh iittirer, (l«e u( chargv f.ir 
• l.e Ctiy Id VM-t". .a. me jait-.. are o«»«ne "he *»eamm«' Unri 
hetTbi nm.fled that the rtamitl ar- ’’ l.«ai.M*r..i1 .n l-b' 

I'riami "ie 5.fmi..u» j.tiq«wai ta an "mmietaiHin f-ir alt 

I rnnJ'irmiiy tnerewwh the puhlii are (■rwru aM (amii.»‘ 

inf.rmrd IM’ m> »e*aei wih tn- meaL-S Ob’ BKST GI ALII 

all'iwed in enter the Iniver Harhnr . j^^l, cLFAH RKI»S 

irw(eiii<.n B; -iclrr me I CHARGES KKASOXARl.R 
Mayor, rierk of th* munu-i(aU 


To the Public 


DON'T READ THIS 


ROYAL HOTEL 

Wharf Rirvwt 
V« tlVTUI 

mqenite 'he Meamhua' landing 
L*lai->i»riii1 >n las' 

G*id an "mmietaiHin f-ir aingt* 
■■rwrt* and (amiiuv 
MEAL.S Ob’ BEST Ol ALITY 
AMI CLEAH RKOS 
CHARGES KKASOHARl.R 

Boord and Lodging 
Per Doy. 5 1 00 
Lodging, 50c 

HR Firepm.f hru k lar.kllfig 


direH the aiientiim nf the nuhlir in 
■ M- a> I in*' hr- ha* i'"(nrnenced 
running a rtew and apiendid 

, ALBERT CAR 
I Eureka 


June, 1867 


WANTED 


I MILLINERY 


THE ROYAL HOSPITAL' 

■evrral rleaMtme paiieni* Ih Ihe 
h...|.ilal are gira'iv kit nred I 
•Inlhe*. rmat off Uiven. and fSher 

e rmefi. and ngndle* nf 'd'1 Hner* 'j. 'J 
' dreaaing wnutvilt *lr »eml t'l 
Ihe fkewnrl i4 the HuarMal will 
W gnitefullv reremed * 


Fnr »f >"*i d** y-ar w*il be m»nmg rirem**.! hruk hu.klifig 

.41 1.1 me An ad. ai>d fmd mat f* " Firepmir nru n nu.ming 

Lew hat *>ene of the finrai iiyMrr* 

rxei •di.-reii m *ni* market and -f - 1 i r~ 

n* enirefh hment ta ihe oeder u( ihe I rn C 

tU* ne ha* I«*luitd ht» leirr* a* rxr-i rxi 1 1 r Al 

MhArt Freah ahelle.1 n»»ler. al ADELPHI SALCXjN 

SU"l.‘nL;“?S- liT'i^urkei^'U*' The .*1.-rt and he*, tn Vjni.rA 
iTm the fleet in*T*qu.m4» any H** jum 


CHnslmos comes but 
onc^ o veor 
But when it comes it 
brings good cheer 

It..- d'. M'-" til 

Inv. t'M- 

Id aleak* aral • h< ** ' » 

Arel •a«i»a*r* B i*--i» 

Vr ..‘'*|."-u* luiMg a' 1"' 


•vee ta»«> VUVf.kH ha .l a' w.e* 
AH' -Til**’ inr mu,'-*' »r"i l*'* 

Ki. rradv ir.ile he •iMin* ' i U»* 
Ai*'i • ■" ''e.k’M' ii«rv - 1 - 

Hi. me«> 'h. * • le'-r.- V ," 

H. 1- g» • - ■ !■ "• * ' 

A* f>ir>*i'ri** *•'*’<• I* iliN'Vin* t'l#*' 

1*1, t I , a* !««■ '• 

Harginr a'-'ve ail in a M-» 

[•yXirar . ai-d gee a .,..i.t-l vn-a* 

fti g]ve yiatr levlef* d-' ' ire' 

Y,„ A I *• ■ ..T'.'t mr 

JOHN WtVihR 

‘ JOHN WINGER 

‘ UNION MARKET 

Comer F'vet ami Ikar^la* 


Miss Hem ! 

Gnvefvmml Sireet nppnaiie lh» 
Ve-'-ru fhiai" 

KEEPS ALWAYS OX HAXO I 
.*••'1 JU'«k "f M*llm.'rv 

nniwi* Hal*. Hi''hi<na, AnilKtal 


between VrMei* And EMiutmalt ' . ''"J,,'" al*!, wul will ne mainiAuved in the 

ftand Al Ih* irtatef nf fltwenvmenl A girt fo lake ear# of a haby ahera J*rt »f ’’’T,''" f* extra m-rt I 'leral manner tn hiturr At 

a.ei Vaie. Mine. Tune uf deMrt- .nather aeryant I* kept Oood tn ^ delivered (r*e M extra e rWlCKENS 

Utr A* pe, prtided rarda ref.renrea raqWHHl , 5t9jee ^ 

' ^ Au"ij2," J D ranch FOR SALE 

he'^'Jir^M* vSdhSt^l ^ CHEAP Th. heat rt wuw* and llqw-rt a. Iljr 

1 Grtvenimeid Sirert. will h* , ___ < ,,,j„ and 

•rdly Attended l«. #eye nrVA/ADrY O" ftvn Juan lalanrt »iH*ated IH Thfw Itrve niiiiam ta tea , 


MARRIED 

m-xelenie nt Ihe K4)et 


TRESPASS 


A CARD 


L.a> •• ami a" ■ a 

la '• r gi • ' And wa* |.i 'i- 

an emi'l ..er In Ihi* r ji’." an 
Ji.M. It.rr 


CARD OF THANKS 


|l « .in r:.'« t rnm* M •u.eH 

THOMAS STOREY 
UNDERTAKER 

ijrirsue the late R l.ew vV 


PAINKILLER 

I* A C/ea: Summer 


PAINKILLER 

A Sure Cvire f- 1 1***eiKr>. 
L‘r.';:rra .M >f'Aia 


PAINKILLER 

Cnequailed >” Rlw<ima'i*in and 
Neuralgia 


PAINKILLER • 

Afinrd* Relief l rnm iha M'W' Imee 
t'aina 


PAINKILLER 

The w.itd pMM.X.M.r .* "iir ..aM* 
m*.* amt w* 'wvr *■ '• ..vki <>i 
e» uw iMf-w* ..liei.t.i I . , . -.n- 
urviti r II..* .••inr a,. >4* 

I. 'ttr 'III- .hr 

Ian 


a> t .. . . *..i , 

er* lni'aigm«it ita u> 


Perry, Dovis & Son 
and Lowrence 

Vae IV>.|Uie(.|* M'-nirhAl 


WEEKLY 

BRITISH COLONIST 

1 Fxira C'4- e* 

'4 Ihe 

l**ue >vf Se;Aemler Jfth <*7t 


'kurir.-e t.. the late R l.ew «» t*eiie nr *e:aemier rwn <»7* 

Beg< nj-.rm " . nl ai.i'a. '* rt Will Be W.<«ed Off - ft V»UJ f 'rfiU.q 
V'>-i'-iut and nr.gh'eii'. 1 <>a' *.«v. 


refarenrea r*q*i'f*<l 

AbPiy at th* retidrnr* of 1 
J O Pamharton 


, Iwu* arul mnreru. All ntdm left 
' a> 'he wee >4 Mr William R 
Smith Gnvenimeid Street. wiU b* 
pmmrdiy attended tn. 


P. A. PETERSON 

.Scpt4*mhcr, llWA 


REMOVAL 

Mr Jrtin C'Wdin ha* r*m..vfd t'> 
hU briek huildmg mi Langlev Street 
pear Yarr* 

MULES 


M"wrii. I .Scpi4*mt)cr, iRtiA 

F.TF . F.TC, - 

All nf tre late*. lA*hmn 

I TO RENT 

10 000 Pounds an.At..,> at »;m per 

. rmrth eath ttmiaining fen rmwia 
Oregon bacon, Moms ono Ai** I'arr • ■ "agt * •< k. l«-r m. mn 

CUn. .I.4wa* ea.h .•rtlaining thr** newn* Al»n 


♦ OK DCVA/AOrS '0*1 San Juan laland iiluaied IH 
tsCVV/AfM-f ; mile* fp>m the Amerran ounp 
r.m.ain.ng IW *rre*. Jb under rut* 
•t.iaa rtma Ihe BMuah ahiD IPh'irti a dweilMW hfara* a 1«x24 
• '..^..rraM Inlet b» ala Of K*rr, •luth'.u.e. and a (r*rt vwll 
th^rre. i bI^t oiwrla.lim a :! -••'’J’ *' 


every day front U am lo J pm ^ ,h, 

Th. heat rt •» JTZL 'm.':' .-V- - i-g 

There (uThlH.arrt ..Me, •»-’ utv..*m.le.l . 

(ft Ilw ft**n _ . _ 


(e'l.i •« ’v "Xt! ;”jrt hated :h» underaking *u'-i 

^v S -M t.reg'f MA Mr 1»4)ia tun> .4 the l*'e He hard l^w • hr •• 

F,if. T . M .* Autiuvia Juivg*i-maifc n.'w (•rriwiwfl 1- rant th. •«-* 

l»«h rt thi* eey nr«* in the aletve line Gueeminem 

i|n the fullm-t* d Ihr"- ' 're Rirrwt 


A CARD 


Jftmiary. 1878 


va«; oalnted lead >"lnr with me fa nrn 

hlaek itreak hart »h«ri pi#.* 

• e*>her board arouiid fnrward 

Ant pe'xcin hringn* the *aitie in Oil 


Pidpr Nelaei 


MUl-t5 SbouldffrS ...M-.."agi a'ie.iiirr m'rth ...n 

M park muk* all in fml w-.rt.ini: ivr-etxni KX fterra .Vevarta. tatning four r.evmt AUo .me atoe* 

CHevdi'e-n Irt tale hv ( H Tyewniv ^,1^ t,^ «,m . .•u.tin and inrivea. 

( MX FS mav be aeen at ihe Mm k at llJlei per morth- 

^r.rm Glodw in. Torbell & Co.. - o.i. *n,’i';3r’ 

CDD CAl P I OW I TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COHCKRX 

l*UK — |-ri/-\kl I CAHU* t IiALY iH.lhei A 


TO RENT :;v'‘,:e^*ar*hr.h.’;rme ::z.n stray notice 

ytd'R an*At.>-> at ».■» per the ..nd*r 'rtned will tetelre Ihr ^ |.ian.|ert M« «m -nr hip 

rmrth earn ctmiaining (<**> mona ohora reward and a tmali ma.-h <air >4 efte ea. 

Ai*» harr ' • "agt * •' k. l«-r m. mn f STAMP M k* ■ m *r- - ’ i ■ *u 

ra.h I'rtlaining ihf** newna Aim i Agent far ahip a.-ri«er and Inflleted a great dea 


FREDERICK 

REYNOLDS 

Fomilv Butcher 

Meal* and \>*et«'"w 
Purvet'* hv «(i(«Hn(mer 
Mate*” • “ »' 


CARD OF THANKS 

The umb-rxigTMrt rareef,.* ht> C*' 

Iu. 

itiTWrtm" r’ '4 V'l'-eiB ami • 

' r.. h- ' . »a 

in* ft'* [t« •irrt) fr-' .h-vf'u.' 
MM IS.lrt' 


I ;.a 

'* ' a g >*1 

1%. A' 


f i,ave liven 1« 

I .«*• a ■’ -•< 
tnv .iT'-'t i< .) 

•- '- •• fa II 

— '... T.. It .. 


Her and Inflleled a great dea' The ne*t a««">rtrrmrt .4 lala'''l "twl - — 


rietdi'e-n me *ale hv ( H Th.'miv M 

( ux PS mav be aeen at ihe Mm k 
•y Farm * 


— Giodwin, Torbell & Co.. 


NOTICE 


• '! •‘•■e th* 

Mme .m prnvmi prr-iiervv and nay 
lf\f damacea ar*1 'tiarge* If rv"* 
railed h*r w«h*i' «ee we»k frtwn 
da*e *1^ '■* w.i' i» wad t>< iht 
hlghe*' bidder William Muffheara. 


FOR SALE LOW 

•aila Bugar. barley nat* hav lean 
arel malillmg* w mr* m *'*•* fair- 
4hMwer. Whrtrtale and ndaii 
S Aiuler* •' 

rnwvff rt Rmad and wvew 


Aiei* Al mm ^ . . 

/- A I |-ri/-\KI 1 4AHU* t IiALY iifclMi A A »o*e »f n»*n h**e be« raughl 

L.AU I lUN nrrteaa.e of the lUihle art <4 Chimney nn mr (arm a' Cedar Mill •'Ml ‘f* 

V'Nf' tMiiutg fPi hrr^^v rvni^y ^ rtwtn 

I \A/y*w V/w<ke*c "Iirem of V>rt..ria i(»t t gjn th* ; uj m» aropafir If noi>l*lmed 

LetentOrO S WOX vestos pteiurutl* pr^carr rt tlw only palenl | ardhln Id da»* frnm da** herof^th* 

tr i-iU. Rtitei A r-A r.wieM«, their •vf'naHtM marhine if.e efferdually rtrte will he mid to #*» damage* 

.1 ^ aTav rTma?i Cleaning ««.**> or amiy rhlmnry*. ' and aaoMi*** 

ii^A 7r th u?Tri ' 1^* ’W' «'*»» and ihoi I # W wtniaw 

even IF nlf’l’tll IH WATKII CM*- ^ t..AA~A Krtten Atriwt 


FOR SALE 


prrteaaie of the ivdhle art td Chimney on mr farm a' Cedar Hill and rv_frt ;>rvL.C 

V'v' rtaiutg *> herr*'v rwaify me held f«vr the damage done rhetn l*en-hic«e HimBhing marhnte. 

< iiirena of Wiima ll«( t gjn th* to m» ampeflr If mH palmed mmpMe filled w»th Pair pnlea 
mnuruile po*aeane rt the only palert | ar.ihm 10 da»* from date hernf^the SPROAT CO 

**r. riaiiiia maehine if.e effenually ' rtrte will he *0111 to oar damagea tmiFKT' 


WANTED ran' i”;*;'*uMM d.dy rt 

A Mral rale hur. her l- 'ake eharge i4< rwiiii-ular r.wner -f mriad *nrt Jr4vn*-n 

Z a hutrher ah.4. one wm. .-im . r ^1 vu^e • Wrve**- peramvally .rhv hdtrr All 

r-pae^t. rte^-'red Ar-rh ‘X . 'dten ...'rtitutV ' 


Broad Btreet 


$500 REWARD 1 — 


Mamiemi lew* and muti'in 
r'Xti'anMv <«i harxi 


Wells Forgo & Co. 
Express 

NOTICE 


nn arrt aPee ihia lU'e nn Irtier* 
*en' inr"ugn thi* rtl'ce Great 

Rniam and Ireland will he i*' 
Iwir nunre ina'ead .■f Ff',* 'verrtnfn* 
F Garearh* Agee* 


•I the Crt'inlai itffuv 


FOUND . 

•war M- Wi 


a* i4her* are orten >ii>rtnuinl 
H 1.1 '■ III * r - '•*' e.t* innii 
an exirnaivr Manula't'Wv me n-<w 


ibm fee mxanaMy bt advance 


if4(* Kruk y. 


mb;ran;‘^;;;:;‘V';e'p:::M^^^ situations wanted 


$20 REWARD 


kiln friPkei wh»-h attiwart '• ■' Three CnP* Lane Ueihixal Green 
vatii'- an agate ■ i- •> with .'aif nf Wrurrhatei' Umd'in 

C iehvr Ovner l•an have i» h' •■all- __ ■ 

g c*i Menrv IVer* td CrtQuitr 

riiu.iwr 1 $20 REWARD 

■■ — The aV'-ne rv-Aatfl will le |v»-.1 p*r 

Ihr mtirehenti'-n and i-ttnvit-tiim rg 

As Procticol Engineer 

Wanted by a vr^mg man Ju*' unded marl rumin* m ift* . i -te neignw 
a apuathat a* crm-t-al eng.'^r hmaJ rt C'dwmM Rmyee F.aquJmalt 
haa »iiifk*d arveral year* m Ing luttf.it 

tarrt and Amrrea Aihlrr** a Pratt 

J! R lUrhard Veitwla F«w' fVffire fu,k C.-tage Farm 

RvyumtAh [Httrif*. 

WANTED “ 7 

Fbr H M Shno at KMiuinvali WANTED 

rarpetiirr* ft-werx A n -tratn. r 


RY A ^Y/rt HMAN AND HIK WIFK 
>)•' artived itrr tieamer tirn'ia 


TO BE LET 


With Imwetitate Pn**e«»M«n 
A lar*e and cnmiborttou* twruae nn 
Rlanehard A»enue near Uif Pre* 


acMved i*rr weamer t>rn«"a Hianenaro Avenue near uir r"- 
The hu»iwr*l can take lare rt h'lrie*. brierlan Chureh U ha» rtraaing 
Bill 1* wiiima •'■ make himeelf grrver and dining fnrtm* f'wr twrlrnren* 
ativ ueefui The wife h a r«vl e'** k. tehee* nutnnu**' t’tbk and 

and ha* a pr»i-VH'al kreiwledge of roaeh hnuie large and pritduel'v* 


U KtWAKU making ladter __ 

>i« imtin-uiara anrtv « Rherhard' 
e retvard ntll tie iv«-t p-*- Hrtrl, Ijvtvgley Arret. 


The av-ne retvatfl ntll lie |v»-.1 p*r 
Ihr aiiirehen«i"n and i-ttnvit-tiim rg 
the t»-f*'ei wr-' did 'tw '.'I"- lO*' 
mef., l••u<lv arm* and wrxind a 


hTTR' FfTS- MTS- FTT*- rTTS' 

DO YOU WANT A FIT 
THAT IS A FIT> 

I A ft* that will fp v»ur nnrhet 


f arden «tui frit* tree*. Me eie 
he verv auperktr hcaivrhntd fur 
nttur* ran he had at vakiatv-m 


With tmmed.ale Paaeeytien I 
A firx rial* rrtidenr* near 'he . 
io» af PHf Street mgeUter aith I 


Whrri-aa 'hera la req*«*i heitexe 
lIvAi 'he frame dwriling >'<ua'ed mt 
pemhcrdie Areei hetr«igtng m John 
(-nntwai **• malii-eo*l» »c "o 
AB fire a tewarrl rt tvn w ihrrei v 
rr* rtfered t|w ur'lcrtigned fro ihe 
ling ap|T»heti»e'*i and rmivyHKm rt 'be 
mi |#r* " A Ilf iteraifi* eoneemed In Ihe 
and 'hi'rage 

SPROAT & CO. 

8TDRK .STRF.r.T 


and tit yiair ftguir at ll» aanvc 'fi* ^'1 'uliieated garden and 


l■he• 

'tHK-S avMF Tf> HftOWH 

I tl^ie Rr'ovn A Mat'hew*' 
AN KNTIHK NF.W STtX’K 


evSirX'^A. .ltd hm. f'» further A Man and Wife ratwMe H erx*- RiVL'GHT AT AFCTUlH 

an*" - ' - H-'e. and a -eml'A, - SPU.I.M, CHKAPFR TRAN KN-r.R' 

^nuuiar* ■ . . _ >rnAt*lli rh.LIrvrv Ik, .U.'w-I.w If 


J Nagel 4 C" 
SKipfang AgvT' 


grneta'K ChiLlrrn m> n*,;«»-lr4V If 
'•1 ■ n.. Ugh • '• »k 

Alto iwn wai'eit 

Apply •' l^K rtfire. 


Suit* hr R 

Rm 1 Hititi fmtn *• tn tin 


•rrOapd ont arra in eateni I 
Morked alUv the rheieeai fr'vit 
tree*, tn fall bearing Th* aeil 
kept and riefant hnuaehold furni- 
ture raa ba had at ealuaiion 


Tan arret of iln* (leared land 
fenced in ailh dvetlirg houae 


Octobpr. 1869 

OLYMPIA 

OYSTER 

AT 

PIPER'S SALOON 

r>«efTinveAl ftre*e 

rWnmef* are aaaored '•«• nmt» 
hu' rea p eciatd* prr»ir>a «eiil he ad 
mnied m ihe Minnn 


S«veniy-Five Tickets 
5 1 00 Eoch 

A SUPERB RIFLE 

B< F. MALHFRR * 4r>NS 
nf Liege 

Original Cosi, $150 

Wit' ^ raffled f'<r a' 'he 

GROTTO SALOON 

nn Sa'u'dav »et.«HBrv IXh 
a' • 'trl'xk pm 

The rifle mav he aeer a< Mr ftiat- 
ef1« Tavlnr* wtnd'iw t,- vef nmew 


WANTED 

A t'*d ■ 1 ••• •' • • ' * 

q...re 4 M I fluVu.'-' a' F ' 

!• tkirham »nd Hr'-t*r » H».a. 

Rlreel^ __ 

FOR SALE 

The g>f rt *fAHI"tWMA«K 

with >«f* *a>ia and anvirv Am” 

. r P »qir»w' 4 n- » 

Wharf M-f* 

The Fomous Bremmcr 
Fowl Eggs ^ . 

^nr Air'll 

\ .t • Tk# h < ^ 

Sio PER DOZEN 

Thr*e e*g» at. 

Reemmrr (••*! '4 Rumiw f.*q 

wtv« > i»f "I' -t' ‘t’" 

pr>eynrMl exhindm Veinr» 01 
1*73 


W.I' ^ raffled f'«r a’ 'he | C/-icKJT|STS 

GROTTO SALOON ■ F ' 

nn Sa'u'dav fet-ruarv IXh i ahull* rt deirawd tnd>an* *4 
1 *• • 'trl'xli pm ir.re'* ’• C« A' 

.The rifle mav he aeer a< Mr ftiai- nrrn-r Waahirr * TrTrtt''TV 

'en* Tavtnr* wtnd'iw t.- vef nmew ,,, A'a*» * •**’ O""*'' ' 

'•reel next '»mtr »n Pinrr • Ral'em »arh *lmii mu*' ne 

TVrkH* mav ne had rtl Mr P'twr ,_n|Ml a -fi*'-.*' rrl.-a'ing 

Mr Rrtwn* Mr Maynard and the t,, <k(ea<wl ■* 

t.fvatn i.-grd arrt 'ic «x*'' ^•a..' '*'•'' 

, nneured A fa«r pr-e wil 'e |wid 

1 I ' I'Fi F.-re A A»a"‘U« 

‘ ApHl. 1871 H'tmharer.k - S" dU 

I Vn y-nit..'" rai'-eca - 

HAYWARD a. JENKINS von 


RAFFLE 

Horse Soddte ond Bndle 
For $150 

fi" tn M' N ■ • 1 Tie I ■' ' 4|P air. «»vi 
• •I r- • • I; „/i ..( ci, grea* r*ro* 
' T a 'i"e I e*r» an.' a • M'M , 

«ri| !•» ,H’e ■*."-111. I V- a • , Xi 
'.--roe lan iw *eefi a' F-ar- > 
X'a"i» 


PRELIMINARY 

NOTICE 

TW 4f^ lo 

»i'U ft* 

CATALOGUE 

On Wed'e-ila, SeMen-ter Bih 

*' • '* a a n. 

a- •T .. v,d»' • . • I 
L'I'l. Tt"' Fwt 
I'arvi- ra >'/*«” 

Al’ t-i* w»u' eere and aunerv'd' 

■ HOUSEHOLD 
FURNITURE 

And F.p»-*. 

A" vig W>‘V h W I rw 1 -•pvt 


Lord Duffenri's 
Greol Speech in Full 

and a Va'U'v rt rniMr rt 

liVt-rt-ai »*t»l Vai'M at ll-mf 

and Aiu'-ad 

4 Mav He iti4*ii.,d a' 

• >i It- irt"ir«-« and i’< • 

I ■ I iflur Ir-Ufv • . • . li 
A M i-n the ftay --' i>>ur 

Fh" '•• « 'I'lg f iiiU‘* *r -..I* I I • 
7i,-i <a-lir* .t, A'l-a'K* >W 

l••♦»•ll« a*' -«. • 


TEACHER WANTED 

. . - > - 'i» • nt 

F'tv- ■' y*. i« rmci ,«i 

•' 4i*- 

• ..a - I'aiher pieferred. 

.:»■ *« -. • -t- F'l 

Wa-''- tl r.aidwm 

he, lira* TiJt'ee ftnard. 


TEACHER WANTED 

X -. ,,a<>ei '>■• 'he *"'»a"nn nf 

-. «r r a' t Mlar H * It, •# <ei e, rd 

i.i. >. tf-'iai r.'ti'g A a«a 

'»* »er e ■' a fami.v fievtrrred aa 
'-.e aV 'e e*|Wried 'i t"’ •• 

g,f» a-'en-l'er a»h-*.i le*wa i' ■'i 
1 ■ . F -» e" Satarx I*' i*r 

IT, . 

l.e, rgi flea' * 

See Trea* Tfu«'r* K’-ard, 


NOTICE 


Tn tv v*d >-> laji. V aur'ein ** '*•• 
' i'fI y a-' • xiiee* ne. .*h' a| 

I. ' • k f»eir un.*«i preveai*y 

rt-'teen.ed -eie • >iw -ted and nhdr', 
a f'-i# •n ner re in* 


Juftp. 1877 


5100 REWARD 


Tt# a'Mve lewart w" he paid *d» 

•h* ►», • , ' -.'i|f„|..a I’ #4,ri Utfi .*"* 


g.r'.AM I’AI’UiH a.e1 IIIIIICV M * 


Forming in Voncouver 

fum'shed ADonment. 

meet wnh per**' having a imall A marnci reurle ean he Bii"mnv> 


H" 1 m»i'i trnm »* in •!« fenced iti ailh dWeUtrg houae C»e»ewr D,u«r Crxlmnev 

Juat rum* and »ee fm y.ajraelves , hereon .ttua'ed im the KMulaalt rrOS»r Kiver iOlITtOn 

_ Hnad *d|h,ning th* prnperty •( ^imret *ie‘iw* 

Rir; RRFAm iMr Ba.'rn R-tmnn hHIle* 


.pftaJ wtw wrxtld he willing It* erner rtaierf with r"mf"na*>ie Aiaartmenia 


inner»h,ti with the *d*er***rr « 


«rd in a mi'aie 


fnr the purw** taking up ami tamitv <arhefe iher* ar* rm rhidrett. 
farming a mere rt land In Ihe l«»*nd re*e1'ng m tne M«nurii* rt Vwtnna. 
on Vahcmiver Addreoa J. H . Brt-.wwMn ten rmnaitea walk rt Ya'ea 
Mh Cokmift ngflre htrev 


500 Men Wanted 

Tn aurk op a wagon 'o*d frort 
UHrwtl la Mud Lake. n> 'wie will 


ftrev 

F'C further panmilar* addma CC 
C'4'mui tirfu^ 


TO LET 


Wh»r**l (<v a periial lea* than fm. The dwrllt^ ftata* nrU the/ tmee 1 
mrtdim If Ihey with tto^an engage na'-aval H><el Rent »»> (wr ] 

VMlil the frtl iiwnpWrxt rt 'he l-.-maiu— I U/ual ' 

nw<t WaoM will he paid In ca»n Aiipl' al (he It emnikMl H-uei 


BIG BREAD! j 

BULLY ToAVES 

I for a Quaner 

The Lorgest m Town! 

and th* very tvewi quallt). ' 

Rend atrrtw hnya and larg* haakeit 
Juat >r) whB' vnu ran do. and taw 
I hall ymr mnndy, 

B. DERHAM 


For paiiveulart appl« tn 

A T DXIOTT 
City A’lruna Room 


EASY SHAVING 


Jtatm'in hHlle* »• •*’_per H ha 
fMIrr -n » T5 per ha 

Put UP by 

I Frederick Kay & Co. 

Hew Wetimi'vaier 


Urrdertokers 

Lar-i''' Vree* 
Virtnria 


JAMES FRAIN 


p>- .-i*y.rm 


TO LET 

WHI-erWed .th-'gWerh"U*e 


tAjT jn^Viruo luti'wr fnr tyre wmd hv the rvirt 

J O F*fnh*rtn*i. Farm Cmia^ 
read Raime la till) at hia oM vtrtnna 

aung wn Jnhpaon ftireei Ipur - ' 

dntvr* tr«im Wharf Sireei and eon* 

tinue* in work at prira* ta out WANTFD 


Hew Wewminrter CY»AL A.HD WfX»n MKRfllAJtT 

I - , — A'wai* '■n itanrt 

Re« Hanamvn enai kt urka or 

WAKJTFn 

WA^ICU .Heaw^all. «ml kt aoih* «w hkupa 

»? gjo ten i-m M 3M0 (»»rnrl* 


Jrtvnann ft.. Gpwmtt* *b* Uma*. 
dt'ke ftrev 


•in ten i>m M 2W3 i»»rntu^ 

Humiiwd meda cut wrrM frnm M 
In i<v I IV he* M'*' a enrd 
Hundrod rrrda dry kwtg amt Ml 
, rnrd M X» 

CMlvrred free m all |mC* 
rt I'lwn 


rvaad Wagoa wilt be paid In rath 
un the n**d at the expiraii.m .4 
th* time fnr whrh men are hired 
Any (wroona dewr.'Ut <4 lakmd •u" 
cvwr^ M arrtkma rt (hr mod 


South Soonich Hotel 

l»e*rr UWW P».kw,c.'U 


cvwrvi frr arribma «u inr mao i»e*er l«m p».uw,c- u 

JeTleo. than ll*a mile* wvU have ' >7^ ‘ ^ 

Zt nrpnrttkUty rt an rtiung Mirh The a'.we rww Met le n.m read.v 
mMi^h ra will i» naid in irmall- M n- *«''«t.m-dai ■r r .v»,'. ». 


mewa a* Ih* mml omfretaea *of aral the pume rmeral^ 1 

ficieni nl Ihe am'wnt iwmg retamed Vw JJ' .w*',!!-,- 

W enaui* IMi t»v«e cmrtkuv* if* w«h ihe new marke' arf'my* 
h/t* in repair ftw f"ur tn.ifilh* after The har i* el '* k ed wns a cf»»e 
IkMr etuftpleiiiei ^ tiHi mrtfw '»r4rty rt IW'^ ri^rv me »<w , 
tlwZ ATpiK-^iKc. in he made t» 'h* • 

itaT ntaroMMd al Prtf nroiglaa of i to Salt *pn»M letond CnwVhan. 


OWwatoeaHned »i Prtf raoiclaa 

6. B. Wnghf A Cbv 


I Otemamua and rther Maim* a bi«l , 
1 adU Alwaya be w leadineaa. I 


OCCIDENTAL 
OYSTER STAND! 


price R'*«t ftew* 

pvFrv’iimA ,-Ai ,'w***' 

In Ihe v»ay rt eai>iw. 

Pr'r. »l t» repeaimg 
ttveteeu <naln rlama< 

Til »■*. hraUed* ui Mama; 
fveey'hing jam ngr' 

Bmh hy day arrt ntghi 
One and aU. give me a call' 

PtTBIL 

A* . Ctaarley'k ' ai Hi* emrm 


■haeiat .. ^ 

y*a ifrnitfng . 
Bhamoomng . ^ 


k at prira* ta «ut WANTED rt I'rwn I 

A fhamhermaM atvrt a wadreta he — 

• •ii.. on •vnet Al»- a ''•an I • -1 tva*** 

^ — -- UHe Wage* ir>m m A WorT>on s True Friend 

- Ibr kvMh AppI* W 'hie rtfvr* 


TO BE LET 


xaraki-rrr^ PoodOfO BoOrdir>g HoUSe 

WANTED f*aM"rm ftrew nex' 'hr .ew,*h 

Bvnagegvir Caniaintn* 11 ream* 
_ _ . . «ntrr#na o-uBerv gr»d wrti rt 

Ta kurrha*. tar roa* a freegvnid ■•nHage and rtfe-r* ai the 

h*u*e 'anfalDiryg I ar • room* ngra The ^ue c< m enwwHs nnH 
Prv* aitaol |MB MMt a* a bar- and oAanied arvt lee^i" -xc 
•ala. ut •uhotan'Mi repair Rarly provo- 

Addroat by letta* *tna. in 

f K I M P RCtXTKRMAM 

I OMooiM OWyodi I LMgm Mnn 


tk'lrh * f 
•nil d> >ha 

rewr with 


Briar* W«*r> 


Mi:, tood "-gvrt^ » '* 

.. a ‘1 '-V lucre'” t •'’’I ’’ ’ 

nuteaerirg hua"*c** Rc''' m-dcro'e 
A;g... I . M. TN-A* ■ . ' ■ ■ 

X L HeiaiefTiyan Lar« Agen 
|,#wgl»y Mrec' Vic«'*%a 

THE BEST 

SEWING MACHINES 

B thH ■••> 1'* “‘f rr*»n 

I From fTo »o?50 Eoch 

,1 .,^ r»« e<»ed fre* 4 arvada 

J. C. TRACY 

rF'ivemmcn' »'*e* 

Ager' 1- I -fc M.- j'f 

ALL MATHIHR-e BARPAVTTJ) 

NOTICE 


V iTfA riAh'. MDrBr.AnfW 

nr 

J. E DAVIS & CO 


VICTORIA 
water WORKS 


«■* V* !• 

aw -eiar> 


»r tie 'rvt .»* 
famm Chariea Kerg, 


MUNICIPAL NOTICE 

t*,- F tfttr w »wr*'" g've*- .n«t ad 
iw'vc* * .drng UUtd wilhm *ee rilf. 
!!rr '* •' * ’M»''e» ac# grnw* 

irg are herF"v fygtfVed tr. have -'w 
'- *.m deaamyed at Ihr T>S rt 
.’«*j rneimr- and in •lefaul' rt an 


fteewma whn dee.re have water 

*erxi.e tn their premiaee '# ar. tJiwJT TiITTL-*"/ 

•'fee* wrere ire nCrna ar* iail w.l, rtokiriL 

i.*a»c ma»e applica'eei a* ear.v a* * nmm Lettn 

• -r ' Ff>ree' ft ale ‘f .rarge* and 

■ I# rt aervke aiar f/tem '4 *|Mra- . ~ 

ii-n I ar *e i«d at BTf rtti'* Janwa. _ _ ^ 

I) Rnrenww C"mm 'eaveer (All AKJlj ^nF I 


"BAILEY'S POINT" 
SHEEP PASTURE 
rA/tROKn bay 


CALL AND GET 
A SHINE 

ADELPHI CORNER 


Robinson's MoqiC Soop 'WW hlg and m.*. gr.M 

nvategvir Caniamin# It ream* fte icrtn^* rt ttw ,.^'4 Mary. , and tma, 

ifhvma eruBerv gr»d wrti rt a marhine win ne gi week fiten I * ’’'cn •'f^.* .m fwettar •ar'"'-* 'w •'•'i A-w* a' ^ hkw he will ten yrt»— 

Iter .-rttake and 'kftr-r* at tfw ^ g n-cliak ftA. an Ttawaday ** J* '«•* m ine thetewr<l Meceid ne*v> ^ ^^**1* h* Ma l« aell »«a»- 

irk Thf e^ne r'dvenwnriv ftn#d April »* •• *1:' bt-e* m •h*-n and lamr.* m humeri 

. and adanied and je*^ " ev SSIItww ,L.. «.?» deeatwi thw 'nur*e whu* B./ .4 hi* hrvahM and h- htwa.-c 

. MAGIC SOAP WORKS Tn* ^ T.f ^ »* .- tf- 0 » wMiA H. nev., yW dckk* 


Bt.it Bmi'b like the iga ah.n** 
Inr a’. 

Lame B'd laev htg and let** gregg 
and tmaj 

Gn ta htm he w|i« ten yrt*- 


m •uertamtai repair Rarly 

tern. An4> tt* 

g f RCtXTRBMAM 
I LaMtay BHwt 


■ikbbnWi Bir«w. 

The gwb4M a/T wrBaC 


rmar' J B'tland M*t1- ftarroiapy 

Baium AmL 


hBure 

I ThOTnaa La*. Cwdur Dbifb PafW. 


•art Pr*Mft BurkWig Lm« 


I 


I 


COLONIST WANt ADS THROUGH THE YEARS 

4 . 


Advertisements on These Pages Have Been Selected From the Pages of The Colonist of the Past 100 Years 


★ ★ ★ 


From 

THK DAII.V BRITISH 
(OI^NIST 
AucukI. 


FRESH MILK! 

25 Cents per Gollon 

IUn)4nMii CvuM 

Of Ca4bum Ba' «*»U 4rliv»r from IM 
]«l nr AuTMl n'Xl 

Pure Milk from 
the Cow! 

At 25 Cents o GoNon 


From 

THK IIAIIrV BRITISH 
( OM)MST 
January, IS7K 


From 

THK DAII.V BRITISH 
< OI^NIST 
Jan#. I 8 M 

NOTICE 


From 

THK DAILY BRITISH 
<OI.OMST 
Junr. IHMl 


OflK* •> tt>* Cenliarion 


F'runi 

THK DAII.\ BKITiSlI 
<01.0 NIST 
Jafmar>. IKX3 

NOTICE 


TLJC DATTI PPIFl D n«U Mer«» * ' 

I Mt DAI ILCntl-L/ fcffounU All wrauiiu n« 

i>«ui on 'n* l»i dat at Julf *>li M 
And Morr N»lofnice»ffU CMiilni pUrM in Uv* handt Of Maun 
H*adqutri«ra al Uiei* a Jarkvnn lor cnllartino 


RAILWAY 


F A'.. I F , ^ 


From 

THK DAII.S BRITISH 
iOLONisT 
Jnm*. IHM 

The 

BC. EXPRESS 


ir\e I r.lial SUi*-» 1 ;ITIWM 1 li« <a (_ M A I '< 'l .... ,v. 

nnamn in * n"r>l 'v*ie» (»«'«,!' U»n»at 

^.r »-«-*»<. u>..r .men. 

ciiTirunlu' wiu' i*A f'T«»ni^ BROUGHTON STREET 

' rc«T or rnoAO u..i.n 

aiHi nil ifitrra Biiiati 

•hirh has. f»i« laatml infiOi^ «h- — »iand» 

p-t ^fur ar Un *n>i V.naria Trat.vicr 0»m®an» CMiwr* 

San F^ram iar .1 will i«* amnlar ‘ ihelr rha*.< 


From 

THK DAILY COKOMST 
Frbriuiry . HWl . 

* 

HUDSON'S BAY 
COMPANY 


I'rom 

THK DAILY COLONIST 
JAM ARY. IWW 

Spaculaiora and batinr 

iilla ca»ii«t »> tlM ana uaaarc 
aiMMild »m* n't •> *•<' ' 

tia>* anenritiint «( uRsiaual In- 
, lane* to laninKiciii a;r I'hf’Ui 
f»» V « 


Dait^ (fulmufU 27 

Tkutador, De< It, 19SI 


I'nMU 

THK DAII.^ ( 0I.OM>T 
>t*|tlfmlM*r. Iflni 


STAR SALOON 

ritil aQAt aili ba lirM M Baiur 
dai ibe ilih ui«( . a( 3 p ■ 
•narp Inr a 
»TBAJ(>HT or 

< HHliTTMAA TI KKEVS 
rartiautat* i* Oe nad al 
Kv Uaroar a 


TO PRINTERS 

Tbe vnders « .rtl yjlrt' f«' at> 
a baraain U.e fuT(u*ij.| ma'efii 


Qiai* a Jarkvan ior CbUortiPO ! TALC. MARCH I. IMI 

Jab Bauhrlor ' qd tne 

OMua at til. Lunden Martat 

Duuiiaa >trm iKta Opm (ran bncOuiM <4 Ikaitrt b>r 

• 3 0 rlKk Wlii'a Larniur 

Wr R B lIvaMpaon, DOmST y-.KianiaiLi nariCtr 
Maa ramovad nu*plli<a upatatra ta CANADIAN PAUIrlL. 
int Old Mnaunie Buildinia, o*a» o*iiva/av 

Maura Thoa WllMMi * Cb a RAILWAY 

atnrr aaaarnmant atraat 


RAILWAY 


•mt to-.bao.* iPod* Ml ANVOnB wiamno TO BBKP Tm houses FOR SALE 

tonaat maika. rairv Vlctbtla K»»''0»ka "i.p and t.IIrr rv.*rv 

to itiaif tnanda .HI dllna^a |jf , . .. 

A a and Bibul J*»a and JalUaa niaA a Hti o( naoiaa and addra s- f-***- ' * ‘ ■% 



Ri<cn lobavara Iraa ' 

Be an a 
Biiiara 
Bundy 


TO rAurtsTma and blii-ow.'' 

i "I n- a 

FINE CLEAR CEDAR 


IN BHmBK COLUMBIA 
,,aaii 1133 par monlh 


ilrait va.ih J' l•M 1 rl itipranifa 
M'luia (tnitnia ilrtiuBi >. aial da 
all nirrr«i»-' 'l‘ ' • t a-trlt'**"! 
Ilf tna I'nilart Mat»^ *n-H»liJ 

Ml I" » 'lal.vmii' -’i 

[»v matt llv dim'uf 'na J''*- 
li,aviii Nanrral B Haiiarr, t'«> 


Aa 0^ r<anf 4 O Gallon • bargain U.a fuTioAiM ma'anai Auv.: »« pr o«a 

*3 venib O Aa'>»» puunda nl boariauia itapr«a Wi.i'craJl Bnoia 

■.il>a 3 »(i |i«<an4a ut Bonpanal i)tra or>, a a^ Wear Martina BTharl <t>rt 
Cam laa |*in haa-nd Uta M lB»'a «r diaiilar i»i« Bt»'a or Bn.aa 

' - •-'» .t .. »» p*r d.» at b— 

Irm a l» ^ *ii,f.aa taia-. I'anni ft Som m.MUi Car tir* Ait-’i.M Nina.# Uautn 

aril Ui<a m-a>*r •' u« if.arl In Itia publUaU-ia Ibt A I--. |••*lla^>M, MaHH _ BU'k* 

X . i-n .1 Mr P T Ji- n.' v a dai r acid *i*aiv BntUb Cniw.i" ' . i... 

Ofdar* Jrfl ai Mr P T J ^ ^ riimdcf fi»»t CAIC ruCAD Bark. 

f..-»viTian P'-'P **“1 '* ,i|t, •ream auarhmanu •capania FOR SALE CHEAP 

.r I.mj- , al-atidaij 1 . Wl prtniit a a alirai ::»« • in at 

' re:.i»-- ..idn A U«i«d aavrmd hand aer ti* tarl- 

— Tba Abc.i aiil ba »« d rbaap tor aboi. al ' '' 

. aan la tnaka luon lur an an'irai} |, ) 44 itr-ia « Dnilai 

t 1 f A rt k.ICkA/C ***■' **’* OPPuad. BPta ‘ • raiUidir labou 

\^AR NtWj mama of Iba b-iainat' Ap^'y b» 


Ovariaat. par »a...n M Wail.tr, f U 

ll-alt f.iirim-ri Ulfi-llllO (»f da> jnejonlnf 
Lai h rpiaman $3 3a iJdO ' 

"i teacher wanted 

ilirti riatf . II M ^ " 


FOR SALE CHEAP 

A UwiMl awtmd baed apr:ti| (art— 
ABpif at 

r Manf'a • 


Bn.<a raipruirra 

l•rrol.d claaa i 13 04 

uatun> 43 M il 00 

BU'krtniiba <ririt 
I'lat.i 11 04 

B'ar«.m;>b« ttarond 
■ itu II M 

Bia.'k'tni'ba 

'tialprra, II M 13 00 

Dfiiler. 1178 1104 


WAR NEWS 

(.»T 3 l>*t> (tUChl la', tu 

H WARNER S I 
STAR SALOON 

An-I pranur ln't'» nav. na«i-irt 
*|iarv t'l I'a pl*T.r*S * ■' "* 
l,i.*ian» Thr o”*’- 
.prnfrl al all ftt-ari 


CARRIAGE FOR HIRE 


maM* ur Iba b-i*in»«* Ap^i'r oj 
i.Mrr 01 III v*f*t>n la B R Kic 
«in> rdl'ur anti prat>r>rtar Vw 
iHfii BC li*t 24 tlT7 


OVPuad. Bpra t a rbiUiOry labouirta 
Mf»*r« 

NOTICE ct.«pp.r. 


II M 13 04 
II 73 11 04 
II M |i 71 
13 34 13 44 
31 34 13 04 


TEACHER WANTED I 

I'.rT lha r--.» i HuOilMl 

iniet dx'irn |,I i ■iilnH’-. aftil 
ti.it.'ma- f-ii'l.i'-a Milan M 6 i»l 
in'>n(h ArlH«d'i"ft "i la- a.Klia**rO 
'■ KHbaii l< Ai< tnndri Srvir<ar;. 

Tmttaa HiUid 

Fronces Benson Evans 

itirianialan i« ••ani.tl iFa- hi-.,. 

a’a-uia "1 lM-ii»f. Lva> V 

wlto «*•« »nc»>‘''d in I'd' in ta 
m<'.ind <<■- »i'.>mai V.. h>ik li'm 
Ihr bar IVb>ar K,M-t ■ii<-i'..>t'i|« 
li.aat a' Walia VVai>a m<hm la i'«i 


nttint uBtiiBl ibair 

NEW STABLES . 

On Rratiahittfi a*r»«t 
art preparrd M 

BOARD HORSES 

ai 

SI 5 00 PER MONTH 

And »i . a.arailae ’.na br*I 
atia.ii.un an .1 ar omiBodatien 

Jtinr. inwi 

CONCORDIA 

BEER GARDEN 


rhawpacna 

Claitt 
. Curtaida 
Cat - 1 Pn.dtr 
rio^i 
O.t-e.b 
u>n 
llamt 
Ihnrv 

UitiliAta 


Laid 

Lobtura 

UaraiHOt 

Matnaiadt 

M.k«tard 

Orairra 

Pirkir* 
Pnittr 
PSirt R.b* 
Rai-ir.i 
Ruma 
8 «u. r 
.Aliarir 
{l«f*> 

Tra 

Rh.iktr 


. s,.t 1.1 -- 

n. t.,an 


A Vpp< 7 of Ctlrbraitd 

DVKte LAMBO CtOARlTrCR 
JUJft Kln CI3BH 


AH ouialdt labour >4 nourt par dar Ma ai|hi amt ti«i>n} Vut'aia ,n 


.. t; tVea-mai' a CAiTiaa* ^ 5 * 

taifvl fryan *hi. -la;» .■< f^-ai' -•« 'ha „ 

Litrni S'ahl* un laa« ?i aa» , ;n 


VICTORIA GAOL 

Trnoara fur III* unde' ir.tr.' .„i ad 
art. .Ft taq <.'*d fttf tbr uae «f 
I'.e ■aiil fruiB JM 0l Pahr.aiy 
)S7I III 3lti~ ol Jai) larr U3» 
• .1 ba reiaivad Dr tbt otfb* o. 
•uttanntrndtM at poitra 
,>,» 0 ' ant itndar nui 

■Av.'artiy aattpittl 
Ta. per IB 

( .iflFF lua.iad par ib 
Kan*' paati par lit. 

par 16 
Bi.a.i l>a' ib 


t bA» iv nol.lr in* VJbue ibal 1 a,i r.rptmaft la turnUb ihatr yan * 

aa< uub pMpaiFd to d* *il aai't «t rhi-M of loul* All amploia^ fmo > * ,«a».t»i •brir*«*-.u»« 

BLAl.V AVU PANCr iMWlSu 'hamtair*. board and lod« n. ‘2 " h. a'w*a.M~ 

A-. Ka.N..on.t lata. Ml. O C Boardtii. b 4 i|M-t olllba rotitaoHnt J, | 

Kaa.t aun.ltaia tum MM. a aM.ot ih# Una Board It 44 par Wll.l uf'.ai ,r.. 


•<'<1 IMtI'K’ 
r atquoi'iiiM 
t»ill 

Mia.tin. iha 


Uituflu kOd Vila. Bita* I 
riur l« BpaiMi a Krt.anl 


WHY PAY 50 CENTS 
FOR A MEAL 

Rtian Ymi Can Pr«-ura a 

GOOD MEAL FOR 
25 CENTS 


Victoria 

Restaurant 

Ji.i.riMin Alraa-t V'<-'*r>a HC 
•wnur; Wbiury And 5 i.m-n .-s' ..ar 

I'fti'riat.'r 

CHALLENGE 


fta ' i>ar :n 

Biu. pap,, a I whn'a par ib 
ft a'Vlfll biitrv t>»r iB 
ttUifc uat bf.a* dn* 

fti'n hti. »r p»r d'-i 
rtf’rtifi par 
Oa'tnra. pat |e 
H."hr* bo.*a iMT dt.r 
Wiiiiaaa.n brti.n** nar d"* 
.Armbbin* braabat I'ar dr.a 
< ,,rn Brian* par dM 
H-'id tv»r IB 
Rr-af |<«f :B 

l-at-'B 

CaBbataa and rartma par .B 
P;»n. Jr'kli par itt 

MBS B nmuiNo 
BFr»F ihlrt* par dm 
H. k-ir* ah'iU liar di.l 
MFrino urtdar.hlrn lar do*. 
Mrrtnn |.*i I* par rina 
Mma'aln oamo par tp a 
WA'i'an aoak' pat tl"* 
riitb fk|>» P*T dt«* 


P«r •• a _ Tb Lai 


AT PRIVATE SALE 

T>ia Lntlar-.*n*il oftar* lot aa,a IM 
ar-raa nl LBAd aiUI tlna.bnd Ht>uu 
Born Puol Kouaa BfiMt. tU ptii 
part-ioiari and pnt* AppM m 
«' ft Claik* «i CO 


FOR SALE 


TUB PKuHUtTV B.NUWN Afl 
THK KBLLV RbMb cbbiainuit 
Ft'.irTI jndrad Aiiaa aaraiiani (tain 
ana «ia->a land a.arj oai aaraoi* 


• cak 

It oili not Ba rnmpuUorf for tm 

K iairtaa I. Boord in tfla a-mpobt a 
onaaa «•«** «i* Be p*iii 

■ nti'hlf o« ina I4'b al *«ih 

0 >Mth ^ 

A ONDCRtX>NK 

Oanarai Mnntirr 


TO THE PUBLIC 

$35 


Garesche Green 
&Co. 

Bonker 

C-aiartimaiil Airat-* Vin'-'ai4 


Best Wines 
Liquors and C«gars 

L,ata- V. a ilaaa Rrfra an"'*-'' bar 
. M T»ira Kom Waa* 


matrimonial 

AGENCY 


April. HW2 

HO’ FOR THE EAST' 

THE UPTON LINE 

111 airam.blpa 

Good pQssenqer 
Accommodot ton 

$300 $300 5300 

!• *,rs.t V”‘ k at-*! 

J, ' i i ‘ a * 

II. ...iuil.t.a ml |■■'• 

.-I • >«i-" i r ft *n \ b ' fa 


Pri.aia UttirurUoai In Pitman 
abnrtrinnil bnd m biKikkarittni Thiae .-aoiu 
a-iihmatia and ntkintrktir- Ca*aa •"! i 2'. 

ol naflaiird ad\jaoiin*i rare,.# ape - lira, i .nr in.miin, i a *. 

n«l aiiannon Jamri Kata lit 
n.r.td •■tan 

u. - tv.-. 5-Room Dungolow 

Traa prunin* don* aiianlur* 3 

aid aiao iha bM itufbi A Lla- 

ii»ia nl aaparlFOia aner «i* »aar. An - •• 'i* • . . .1 

aaiwrienra in California Mot# ■ * s ..t i. « 

miinaj la.l m I 7 npi, 4 pr prun nc •. H- ;..en»'* 

tntii am Pinar linprnpff *nta 

All ordrr. oddraa.M to Wllliiii If- ' i » 

Umlcl* M iMiglaikU Kn*d I- ■ 

;.-rit \Vf-' ■ ‘ ■ i. . * 

RBQUiRIC PARTNER IN ORDIR ' ■ •.»u'a. a'>d a 

to .omp:e«F Arikniamania in a ' ' 

Ktnnd.ka iiao.pnnailoai huaiiir.* 

Boai kiid n,a'-hln*r> fin* undtt ‘ - 

,efi>ir.,<Mnn Virio.llV no aompr- ‘ ‘ " 

unon Bhara *a opatk'a Who oi!' I--'* ' ' ‘ •- 

join uf Par paimuian artd'F*« l-v ,uiur 

T-an.poriailB. C^fiwal ba«» V'ai 


5 A CHEESEMAN 

ha »r»dia*i hvi*'* 1 *J r*'’ nari'*n Hi'U I" * 


Xt.'« Hoom. lha iraoia.i h»it>* 1 *J 
i.ariiiiant unfa. lint noviaa •<. 
huiiRFF* iprrulA'Km minifiK m«> 
rieia f-uruhip diaorea. Mr laa-o 
a iiai II, r Iwurr bnWa in aiora < ' 

• .4 llaia aparlman. i« anon nf 
(laiini fiiiupi of ninai, all oa" 

Hi ti*n Catlutnbln *ml U n i i a «p r " 
IliaiF. Nakdina* II id and -.p- 

• aid* Hour! 4-4 p» 13* Do-ii 
a* Btratl 


House Borgoms 


.AilKUni, IHfW 

WANTED 


tllF. 1 .S /JIMHK^: 

!a,. Apr.: ua H.tp- -oiu 


liai.o.la r. 4 ..,.» a.''ar 

tfMl I run.-T' I iwaraei i*m*i <# 


GOLD DUST AND 
U S. CURRENCY 


, < I m iiaa Janaon A to I Bia "r- R*A*t 

4 ...t a. ar Letndoii ' tn» a.'-c- 

iWaraei i>m<i <# (o .eppi* '-r .'i *''' Pa*.**-,'*', atr a*ai."-<S 

#-ara. ».l', tnr addrr*-** it a'*i •'> 

*pa*-tA«.F aOuHi »ril«FI, »I,n* ,r t* Old 


WANTTD tii.AOPMINT PY 
m. .uiu ln*ll‘b 4 ai»rna«». ha. luu*- -* ‘i . 

piFpdrad pup t* fdt tha Cnd>|T,,:<r y 
and Ukl'i'd prrliin"-arv raomina* 
iior» Roi'ait* Bnaion f.*n '• 

' l.a'i>. Ol .1 .-raoini Add-ai» U B 

av»l\ ri'a-i.- r.'lif» 



V .U. . 

- . ft 

• ^ 

i t-klf.?*7 » 

la".--. -I * 



- ,,,. 47 ., , ,, 


u 

, ..• -r i 

< 


. mxrni 1 , unt**.-'' > 

1 t 

u, J t !' 

- . ,A n 


rtrTL ' 

#'f ft'. -. 

.IMV, 

• • 1 I 

.ft 

* u- 


BAGSHAWE & CO 


• I. inf 'p romn, jou a-f • ,^n b-.-ra j i,--, 

Iiila iiaite.ire, farmarp »" 7 " .j.*naa<i'a. ail I" 

daalr'taa of maalti.f >,aaf- 4 . 


• If and f*ar; 


Wantad Pitat-ila** .•rrt---H-a 

iii'iar- aafF' |3 04 i*ar dai - ra 4,5 p *g 

aA 4 '.' oor* Cu*M» BAmA* Cf H.-e* 

rai 


aiv*> TbfY aill Ba mu-p ad '-'--rr 
tna affiaaUural diatri'"' nf 4’-i 


tha amt, a Ml I.ma .laj. a,-. tha Blfiaallurai Biairi' ' a .. 

ibu, riAu-d •< fiifb'*; mnrfcai ra'r land Iffland and Brialand »miI 
>, 41 , 1 <■•1 '.ir*tar*i>- ''AO. Wala* a« aai; •« the • ciinat.' of 


l- f uarr, Patmin# . Owl toadi lftiflfi*yt,u»nra al h* '’•‘•"i* * , 

and da.i.-ACir i« a Man of ramii. «•''«»» *'•'"* m# ^ 

’ a« C.i.-i-oiv poaiaaa ajpatiOt aorial fit _ 

ad. ablate. Porp.rt.falar.aPP., "an^.C.rrand £* 


i>ai«n(* nf Irra !Un I rarwiar-., ,Vava Yrok, E impa Appli* ani> *ho’ 4 t'i t 


F C DAVIDGE & CO 

:ji i *«• ' 


FOR SALE 


Exchonqe on London 


iha r particular raqairemat •. and 
pratatanrr. rorl"Ong p««tal order 
far I ahllUrta to maa: prabm 

Innrv aapar-aa* 


A«- '.'a Per Ra.a tikf i.-ai1r hatt n r' F 
]a.. Paraar .hoicjii l3-*o>iia I* 

0 ..U 1 I a* nra oAdraa- Parkrr. a*.* 

Colpcual olfiia ,... 


Nl*' P**-- • .1' 

laiivari t^v- -ni ~*A- r*--.' 


, flOjATia lYif al/r 
I a i\i-.- * I ;i /■.'*. ■ •’ 

a*,*ia T\* Pint SrreH 


T Harper. CbntoB 


Rincar MaihUif arar taipnrud Inin 


mil priiylnc* for »h* »u» of 111 d'l, "J!,* Tr.iVU '*'^.,-1 ’<u.2un. 

CN. not ba talked inio paytnc lbr** F !rl,i ^ . !r 

pritaa f*ir kn infarlor ftta nl U-ttii* •>/ ii.-dM .%*a*d . ir 


lilATI.I.MKN navi: l•.•.l.tJlR.A• l-.m*. 

roll BAi.r A uoirr waiK'?* r m =. 
l,kr a rr.-ii.-. .if It-.' AiMfTaA I < neap 13P Dng«laa- 

Ai-t '-' i:.* and M-r me' Ka^ldanrim a»d l.-d 

•n« landa ■( Oun'-bi*- <duan"(t>i 
Thi- i«i''»i ta.y**»a Tt-a K'-»‘ V» and ('nairhkn dietri.i lifio j« 

lrr,«- TTa ||.«*lr»' ««iaUlvl -t f.x kita App’- A«Pr,’ 1 are Ci.l:.'-- ‘ 

..-tian.* _ A, 


- aiOKiy Rgi in*' And U«l*r fnt trin. ,p'a .. 'r. ,d in, 
teuraalf tor aaeinf U balif.in* ( aivail* •«! >.u' i* 


i'*r» id ina 1 o. a'l 


M. r • brniai • t»»' Pnil VSrari|<. pa**afaa 

Wti.'a bl.nkria r . P ptr dr" Ldi.rra .all nun »*li., Pai«a t 
Cna i.ar >an OJin w' d* I'lraardad Tiraagra ah* 


•Vi--wl 'i»< ii>r -a* rifd 
r-io 1 tar l e, »il'bl i|p. • 

Rami, r* r' • "'rd nirh aevh labdar 
W POWDrv 

«i*k>rr't :arilarl i,I pn' i-a 
PolUe Ofl'ir Ba.llio hi'ea* 


CA&itAH KXPHlAa 
Will laav« loi Ui« aalluut rreakv 

10 Caa'iar bv »«rr» vuamre fur X ^ Cl FTr*WFR 
r.,il VSran|<. pa*Ka«aa and <* V*. r l-t. I k. » 1 1 _ rv 

Lat.rra >*H ailA Wall., Paifo A Lu 

• ill b* I'lraardad Tiraagra ahippM tira'ar ip Ail trie L#inai and Meal 
to V)c:ut*a And Ban Ptanniiw Modem ftaninc and Rniii.ni 


A»ani f'« Wi-'l. la-jM t’-l l->. 


Jul>, IIWl 


NOTICE 

SI 000 REWARD 

PuHL. i.ii;*.a . taarer' fiiajj :hal 
a laeiard d 31 404 a .1 i» thim 
by Uia pro, in. a* foaarnnirn’ fur 
• uih infrirmallnr, •* •:!•. laed '■ 


lot Bald Ka«ldaitilAi and la-n 
•n« laoda ■( Dun'-bi*- Muan- ctian 
and coaimao metri. 1 lifio j»t 


J, Junaaua. 

wAvru* 


^oieV" vnin": ".M “;^"n."r«i WANTED CANVASSERS »;v*“‘'«rrio:':‘!nar::‘r.;: 

M.rnino. Vtctori. ^ ^ Vnui"' Collin,:.':: 


la ViiHanrai abip 
I'.'tl TJftr U ! PT*V . n>:Y 

JOHN McCALLUM 

7lr fa*.', etai'iv I 4 

4. II- n't V 


ppr Bam nril-riaja aafon and , ' 

horna** t«' oi*" 1 *" Bill" la r' • 
im and ll' Apply Jl Haioi..*.t 
Aiapua Cit. 

ilA HAHT1N1-HEKHY HlfTA Prifl 
aaia ?M>nriir pra Jrftiia* niaae *.1 a 
App.i- laBB CohanUl atti • 


AUTOMOBILES 

Rt :o, nManxTKH 
11 * I* II ».\ip.-i 
f. : !•> !• T» tl 


JUNKIE 


Tbn pf>ijar>,<fii*<l va iitBiMrad *■>»•'* • 
^f t»ia', Jaipf*! odAii'ai ’IM M R 
<•*1 No.' »oo h I launa I** have ' 0 "»' 

1 ft# rm<a ihia Ilai '‘t »n> <aoimt?mna 
Udi' in t.«|u.malf ranlra'eArda 
••raniad and r»*l w,*>rk,nE trr#l». . 
fur U># aura nf tv- 

Gfxrta MAft hnn* 3 •buiraal'. . 

.•lift A'lfuai. 1*7?. 


I O 0 F 

tn*t#r Ih# Auh*"»* '•< nura'daBO 
liddiro 
N- 4 

Excursion and 
Picnic ta 
Redder Boy 

On Thufsdov, 

6th of Sept. 


fia Mam*.ara r.* *l>a neilrr ."A 
Thaif t'am, «-a 

BY !<Tr.AMF.R fARmfV>rt.V ' 

BaHif'# a* f A M Anri narum,'.! 
Paaiy in 11 .# r.'#ni*t* 

TICKETS $1 00 

CHJLnPRf VNHPH !•' PK3.K 

3 WriXflaeorirlh. 

A t ha»a 
M J r.-^«da, 

Ci-rtrm,'’*'a 


Dwpml»r, IMTW 

T & B TOBACCO 

I erd'i riabir rata, era 14 aeli 

Myrtle Novy 
Tobacco 
at 25c per plug 


WANTED ’ electric LIGHT 

*■> I'bnlmar Uixnr'luilrl , a .S#Ha>r> MVNICIPAUTT OP THE CITT 
.rral luU imitputait mMliraord I" DP VICTORIA 

BRJ-naM COLUMBIA 

Hnllra la h.Taby •»•#« lh»' aaa.ad 
yy^^j£Q tandara andort*# 

33n«n f'C ia», >a*ra Tl# m,mry uOl TENDICRi FOR tJOMTlNa THE 

, 41 , . V- 4i*'l Uilal* 1 >na I'lem CTTT 

a,;,-. l>)ki,.d arid lrri|aii,#i All. 1*71 , .. 

aiat miM> ,• 4l hiM tala >■( inlaiiat W* 1 ba faral»ad at Ih# **'T-f”** * 


Aii'trr ManufailUDn* l.'i'tfi- Paprr*. V<> »'a»e "ft i"# Carlbon 

Niv.i toi.om J It-i-aita R-Ja.i un Eai iidai *i># 'th of »faa rl*i ..t^l 

AjcciY JuIi# *•*'* ' ■ * 

__ J N O RDKBlTA •ft.'ia* 

1 i'r»vii,a>al *a»ra*arj >' ifN a' .♦ 


TO PRINTERS 

M,# Emri# IMnvpr Pi.aa I r vaia 


Haa rbi ..t~l i.i i -a f • -I., wu >■ 
da*« • a rf 'll- n ,f. a 

■ ft.iia* *'■ •*■• ura ilo" “I’HI.'. 

» I • -••I 1 - ■ •« V ,11 

aiarila in* niMa. invrina'a Im'Co" 


LOST OR POUND 


ANOTHER $1000 


■i, . r, Tirril *-• 'tralar fr on 


rOt'HlI A BHUW.N A?a> WHJTK 3*.: An 

• patiHl 0 ««ar tpn ha<a lama b« Sxi'* 
l*ai,n» f'.r Miia ."t md I' ,'"r 
Cai: JJ Cainrrin# Sum Lmmu 
Wavi n 


I . . ...47.. .1 I 

*.i 4 >a‘vi Vrr* I' 


• ..,.1,. I . ...1 I.. I ...-'I > ^ Tirral 

Li.2,„ \l 04 ■ran at «a.#k m It# ‘n addlllOP ••> 111# aM.ia •',# 

,?. m ,T I# (Mi-rat- a ripra*. r-'r r ■*» • • I" ’.I 

..d^xara bpa A«-> .0 L...*., ^ ^^r-fra'-latV l^nr.^^ ^ 


. a.;,-. l>)ki,.d arid lrri|aii,#i Aii. I*7J 
flat mga, ,• ui hM tala >■( iniaiiat 


flat moat I. 4 l hM tala inlaiiat W* 1 ba aaraHad al in# ri'a r rtt. |/'M_ia,l CTCVAVADX 

Ai'pl', i'aiirji terma, 1 < r o»i# «yr* offi'a i.nlli Jgl» Jl«t I**' •' JOHN jI tW/NK I 

>, 4 ...pv-k pin fa# th# #x*lg.ii# 

K A Wadhanva prl.it### nf ihr City Of Fitter EfC 

C'nimwaMiMrA VHtaria a-iih KlUmoer, kJOS Tiller, tiL. 


I have rfdu'id 'h# Rf-ra ••hoia lu.<lr>ri. Lari'i>n« 
*alr> 14 


60c PER POUND wanted H.V'H: 

OnnTRA f*Ot frm.f} ^ ^ f a*- |lu‘-..n H.ea Stahar anti rmaar 

• . A,-ii,v'-i.' aa i»i iv-ain lMr..*ii«h . . . 

, , , •y/'Nnvrx tna Av\"- t.. Th# a*aa raqu rad to b# Iiah'ad |. 

J H. T CJUU .Mr*. M AiU',.. abo-ii 17 14 m.ia* frBm north to 

I ' ' (ko, 4 ioe Mraet *uuih and 11 S 4 mil*, tfotn aa.i 

1 * to ar.i 

. XA,-. i»a..^a.a 4 .aaio(.. !*Bi I »l #r ' OT * bofid wl ' be fe^uirad 

' CrAn/-H R/ftLorv/ wonrea immedioieiy ii,r tauhtui p#rfoimanra nt ma 

I rci 1 V.M L.rUfVCiy ^4 » ,r.i Cta.a |ir#aemalu-ra rnoiraet Tha l»a#at ni anv i*a 

JOUHBOX FT A.'i'i, 111 drt not naraxeartli orrrpiad 

GOOD BREAD AND *_ •*',iati,raani Rim*#! WUXIAM I.B0HT CMC 

CHEAP BREAD WANTED 

13 Tran.h I, -a. a. nr 40 li'i.i II M Mu.aion. 'h# i#»~< -f H M < MFN WANTED 

13 rnflixh nOO Titumph f-MUimal- Moar ft* #..1 /V\tlN VVrMNlUl-'. 

rvM'Miner. oral j|*a«| ihajaiirl 

UMBRELLAS apt., .* N«rd , 

UMBRELLAS ' Yole Sovono Roilwoy 

N"' • I'ft'tanilinc ifta 1 * ii '> th# ALEXANDER SWIFT rarv»#n'#r« rnuth tarpanin* dM'l 

Whi-a irn'.xa f«f lh#xa inrtw|i#ix* Woftl*hl TV mbiraaa id tni b.fr.ima- ••»<* fabour»re in oatti nf am 


A 1 .ra< I' av Hu'-'-n H'-ra Stahar anri rmaar 
• . A,-ii,<-'-i.’ a. i,i iv-ain lMr..*ii«h 
tna Afi’i' tl. Tb# a' 

.Mr*. M AiU',.. aboai 


Tha area raqu rad to b# iiah'ad f* . , , 

•boat 17 14 m..ae IfBen north »# * *•'*' 


(koidiaa M/aet •outh And 11 J4 mil*. 1 i«b #••’ ..t..,'!!' ■ ,r -m.- lmra'*M «>' 

*• nmneiv Tlvmiaa [Rii A . l<# tV **f* • 

XA, . J -I -..-t •Miixfartor* bend el' V ymg'f#^ i-**! < -«•• • Ha «>a« •-»,! 'Ini.' " 

Wonted Immedioieiy i,,, rne taiihtul p#rtoimanra nf tha <it a*ma i-f IV nv»< uniainan* n'lrryd 


S.X 3 ,r.i Cla.a |ir#aamaiu-ra 

Ai'|,l> 111 

Xti«*i-a tftivr.' 

• i,<i 4 ariimani Rirarl 


WANTED 

Mu.aiant '•’> 'V I#f4< -J II M t 
Titumph f.MUiraal’ Moat ft* jp«el 
rvM'Minar. oral jpaal ihajoiirl 
Apfg> loi Nftrrt 


fur 'he talthtul partoimanra nf tna td a**nia 
rnoiraet Tha l<>a#at nt anv t*a iMutiii'tai 
drt not naraxeartli orrapiad aian Mai 


C Jl ~|HIC LIOIfTB It.'Kx •>'f''r»ti liia fiarat* and 

Tb# bumvr «! vaar. fnr ehlrh -Vt V M. mpua-l iV ar. 

ihi* a*fluai»a prltila«a oiil ba * 

guirtil bi,.i ba .la'ad in ibf . ,, .n .. /-/iw 


mftliitr’n' 

fbr BC Eapra# r« fi 

Frank Barnard Mai a«ar 


_ A PUBLIC 
CALL FOR COIN 




M»>. ItRtO 
FOR SALE 


Cor BorqO'n HuntCfs' 


1 :' 7->.IX b*Jn»i. n 
a, «.a>Ar' A . r . . 
iiS I'RlJXNft a- 7 “I 


■at *.. II'. la *.-fr f'-'ft- *■ 


I'.' »'■ a a- 4 

•ra-i a- • >a* . o'a fur Bar •(•nnard b o'! rvH'’#' 

•rt-*'» al t’laif a 7 ,aa' r.,ii tuia'. la*. - 1 •« 

.. I - . •.-'•nanii i.ii'iaiki.i i-j.in 

4'.<* a af ti*h' i:afc '.nr',- 
= iar a-A-.r.ar.i ha. |V paa,m.i tgb^f “rTa’o 


rOB BAJ.r I *AP TOBACCO OHl ... .,..a 

eaih. oH| nal packac* Tiiniftar „ | s.«r lai.n* .ai 

Hpanl'h B'lmairo Haiara and . -.-t-, .*a,o|{ 4 • XXi- .# 

Wi i»*.-.»ifi In-iuire l#»i» H**;agr. , .v , i.a 

an, iJi r-ma nraro' 8 if#a* 


ARTHUR McCOY 


I,,*l4 o.t «la< ba* 

rill'd ir. Ihr l«ifi*1 un.' 'i* 


a ' »»),.'T'.a.| raunaralaf nl X -\tr iffr.rt.t ha* |V pra». 
M.iii P.a«f» naa ni. t'.r il ni'J.t •ul* ' \ * 

pa .n:ii 0 * r » iia'antiin'.-i n 

r/ifttar' I'rraflaaraait P't'li»» JOHN Mc*wALLUM 

at Exat* Kiflrl lr*''i <'.•*> 

lAo* a? in# fo.iMin* •' B*a- MCfChont Toilor 

ra'ft. ’'I •<’ *al pureha.r at,t br 


WIlXtAM I.BOHT CMC 


MEN WANTED. 

For the 

Yole Sovono Roilwoy 


|M 4 itiil>ai I'll <r- It."' ' I' Ai'l Bell'a '• d AbMind aannt* 
• lan Mama* I’arii A"! rtarvnrr. Bo: ,*.'e dtamnrd rm»» 
aiai 1 , 0,1114 «'*•• .s*a',*nri Opal and dl.ran#!* rii'k* 

koftHBO t**'f*' b-a *'urrMnia win Boin r >d man' 

M- -C I'.'- i.'rt'-*' «».,.*ani# 1 ,' Aolla fr.;d otliti*- 

Ih***' rlrair'ixd an Al jra, of ify Cb.h . in aairhai a 

HiPtii"*,* i-iparipr (t#ar' 

BAit M.l Simv; f;.ld • • -a 

t•or'••|^''’• 'n h-iN > 4 -*rr INM' leraaal, ', •it-.n# >ful'*.ia. 


4.' Mfio.l 


S*),:* P'aiMt B( L#ul< I'levl 

3Ull BAI 1 74 ACnU* ON Ut'ASt 

.rtian l#kv «Hh »ra»d tapenn.a 
J (I'lla* friiift (hinia*- li. ii.n,.. 
at l» •'-ir* Ilf more pari f>aian 
Uourl A., 10 * J H Hl>.<i‘>ra'. 
I»u; --ani S I 


MASTERS GARAGE 

Jl- \ , 

r • f -. 

^|•hnu3r>, IWO 

announcements 


A r**i 1 f*'’ 


.u|i*r, .. lartara dan" Tl.r Chnt a le’. ni retpap ar 


i.XA »iniM. ASH fHAMtKMKK 
I'l f XI'lMl S7 " ll tir ' -*<11# 'ad *■- 
ir'vr'f All vitirli il'-n# at fili 
*-v«ii .iftrna',' * fxuaixr-inl 
J'hi, Rtanori 


• 61. ai'irlr* Ihar* ale .1111 a lot 
ni hanrt A.paia a H k'', 31 73 


iHO< I •aireiiui.f A axoralai ■■twpi v*a 
«>a. fioirgi liv i>r l> Lxibft '*i 


l•lnlmrl-l aaii nbiain iha .ame ai 
ramunara'ua rt''x nn appllratinn 
i;nn I'Vi Zn.iua li*^ 33 » .n on ax«»uFad r.ira1,ia-i ’• Mi A M 0«,.e iara|»raf» 

F. ff'in 1100 a;I full •■*• and *»,,, vmndaTin* m»ydy.n.fi# d*>i Ifi "‘ftf Thaatt. Royal Buildini 
lira ouali". FriKof# an# ar.d (woamainx rraleo.vuniM Pi IHM Oeyarnmari B-raai Partlea .71 
.a,a rinriiir . P. :• hla way to Rgb> ITirali Ptebi# iMIt# ** ' 

■ — I., r n 3 7|.#ria CbiT L F oarilad Val# by lha • aamar 


.a,a dnriiir . P.:l» 


MURDER 

$200 REWARD 


h'tAbyy. Adventaiftf AE#nr>. Rmn &. 
Ma'f ftAjPa R*rhoa>y< .Vn rraNtam 
I rot 


Homesteod for Sole 


L,/*4. .rCTC AfSC "Tbr inrt»r*iet'ad offari a rao»rd j. Art#* nf lAnrt With fboriHOf 

MU'ViC J I ■ nf f^in la* ininrmaiinn ,aartini to H"i*.r end < Vi'iiiMinfa *i<hm V.* 

'fta ai.p-'ft.na'nft nf iha partv or miia. of ib# ritj iftnPa F'# »#i# 
Br'am. xayv rtav.v.la K-ma.'a.A. ' * ^ t ‘-nn. 


an ana lOOOUirr. in »am 

l•lnlmrl-l aaii obiain iha .ame ai KIAWAI 

ramunara'i.a rt'o ftn appllratinn INrxV/xL 

to Ml AH (Hi#* laraporary . , ■./.>., 4144 , r A I r 
olfiff Thaatta Royal Buildini AMf 1 (jiVJ SALt 

Oeyarnmari B'raai Partlea »7i ' 'x./n». w 

■a*ad by Mr Oeua# •!'• V fir 

*'*' *''**" On Wednesday. 

" September 3rd. 1884 

I am Iha only tradua'# bririifint J f DAVIES & CO. 

DENTtETRY In thi* tin 

Ri.i ar.i pu"'<‘ au ''>"0 ti 'r» 


J CALDER. DOS I’m 


•ft tl 'ft# 

'• 1 1 


T'lia a n! Baiti Ihrraa* ■."-»* 
SR Bpa'tal ir.'li, fraa*.i a-i V 
.I'a-ari'npir-a",... fh.r-ia-* 
itni'n tjiai ••„ na 'iltrfa'l 
•• • .» r,' -a 


A. A AARONSEN 


Jr.tihvm Buae, 


St. Louts College 

Cotrrr nt Xacmuiar and 
Pan'ii’ia B'ra*i» 


— ' ffir Bala -Thai rlr-.rabi# piovnv l,„' ,, , 

han ad *. Maj-la crnft lann# 

. .. i. r* 4 W- I I A I I Ha laa Rnad Vaeao Mrnf.a. anrt 4 ,..., 

HUMBOLDT HALL »*t.u'h lumar »U#»I. I,.h ' 'I, 

^ ...6.0 fane l4rtit*f*ra tmm» 

A7 TUT BbQt'TFI ailh fnodfffi improarfraiiH fit- 

! AOlfA AMJ fll STI JM3»* i,..|ird al'h V*' Piafi r> fum.luia !— n ' >r 1 «.u 

Jl >ta» Rrafi rarina* I -7 Raiaa* alai'rlt 1 •lii#<’ Haa’M by fin * ” 

Iha Parforman-a of *a’ar o, . «- r,*-' ii'##', i- 

pri'a IthOOb Poilaair lr»n I.'. . 

"The Moqtc M.rror" --.ri irrirma**"** , 


i _ Ha' U vb> 


,rw*u.in Il'iH# 
■ II . 

- |1 . . i. 


IM ai 3 a IT 


fa..p#', pft M- nda* Ml* 14lft 


f.r »al# rm ##»* 'arrai* A'.', i.'*"* 
Int. r- a l rwr* I V » » un .*»# 

town I..'* It'F ar'l ur-' *V'H 


.T,d ^'tir P*,' an Ifta Ibtft in.' 
l.'xfi , fta iva •,'.,4’ril On pi'Ot'd 

»,iii.*ya A-ray- 'ft ifta 1 "f Vl.-ail. 

< i ^ V tX'.< a .4 . raitauni 
•if I'' a'”*'# ta'»A*d " ' t<a '•oM *i 


, 4 , Orait'ia'a and Tairao ft* -ta Bft.i«n ,, 44 ,,a.nai NAV.it VHT* M. 

Al<*.m A 't**# tv 'al r ’ latr rv*M»a Oi.ai.rar » iiM. Ml ItllAl. 

l-ixrrrmrn< flirvi |'ft.4 ••tai-ft,'- lial'afi ri||M Vfid »; aTiiRV.< TV '» 

il'l' Tm' Bl > a,» .' •! ' • ■ • ' 

..I M'l ar,| I • fti»d •" d.f* 


KfltniBry. IHK7 


I'r 

- pa. 

K7 



T ALSOP 8. CO 

RML r«TATr AMKSTS 
fV*'#rfti»i#"i AtYvl 

JanuBry. IRIK 

OH, THAT STORE OF 
MINE 

Ma*# '.'ll van P* 
ra>n t r#** II Pt ' 

R#m#fnVr aa *a,i ani.r,# *ra*aaa'« 
IP«# iwfwr #n .ai |'#» r»» k#i ••••t,. 
piia*a. hunk »•* h« and .'«'..ftrv, 
•urutr-a. 

CMBArrR THAN ANY PTHTR 
fTOnr. IN \TfTY>RIA 

All Pxi'v'ftaa#. „* f“ a* f NX al 
CviablaraMa ft#r 1 url«"n 

W. HARRISON 

Na.l fn Pfvu OM' • 

R R Tv fi'vh •'■I liXiura. «l IV 
■ r**,# tUira, <VraB a Ufa and F'adv 


NOTICE 


-iSunflower Chorus 

Anil OHin A 4 • n ni 

TUESDAY' 

A4m. 3V fniludiftc 

R#f t». hmant. 


3rilt SAf K A *fta. »» ift'i 

M "ft f«ru f'eiva r-e,xr aid >arr 

■ -rft *rft ft .,«a »l ' ft.- . I •valr ' a< 

'.etM* >M.iei a,rr« • 'ror**l I*||. 

■ r.r . .,1 *.•' • a, X *• I r P 

I r- • . ,.•,.> t 4 •> r 4 . ivl a-' I I ra 


P * S lrai'*a- 1- 


i.i marha* rftgn fta. wr-*< r' 

- >irt 1 , • art, •»' ' ' 


yOK BAtX MAUK'AI. PHAfrU-C 
IT- rouhtyx dUxriri Nnrainal pt#. 
n<iuai Apii’t MO ih.» «!•.•* ^ 


Business Chances 


RaMiioAd M#d'U«. Ill* raa/lin# 

flaili riryalopmi fl'-* 'on.a'i* Hai# r-*l i-r 

kkiin' masife.tatMBi •« OoucMi Ax'* U" 

I 8 .r#*- a#tv"«* Jb.x xv-x r 

A NBW* ARRIVAL CTF JAPAN B 
_ tint Ct'inr.# r jrt-’- |r.' lu'l.’if 

> k- ••Ik ctoihini (Mirrelain tt< *1NT.^ 

atiir;,ai aara bf a,, kran* knd 
«a>>i. 4 t kin*ix nf olixar r'lr," a«f ft'** ai-l S'-“ H 
a', ai rnu inght A f *' ..••rar 

arr Q n r ci e f a n I and t*oi*Mltn'ni t.,i -,fli | 0 . t • 

■' Blrvia fl'i ' '1- ’* 

,’rp RlNllBTOS MHm 3PIHR3.' '1 

Ira eaallini am* IF V»|ja Ja ■ „ 

r, *. ha> lr*f II am. |i..r. ...i La. , ‘ f , 

m.i an*» ai 4 . Aii'.i •* i .-•••*«•*>*!■ <.AtlA'.t-. 

. ■ - B "• > ' 

Hi- -a"* P"#*l »- •«"’ i'?'"" ' 

•*»rf.-i-. ' I.r,.* Iffi*' *. ' 

Aui i ' t ’ . I ir>r 0 in . 


TAI YUEN-S STORE r.7r„‘;r«a;,K''»r';7 m iU'’:. death in the 
t COFFEE POT 

_ Tha public ar# raulinnail a< 

I i - i t— ' pgrrha.ln* Imporifd CaliJ 

I n C iNU I !L.t #iognd coffv Ji. eheapr# 

_ „ ..AT... H* «t»l» r#co«ri«andal»Mi Tt 

DniTICUl ?*’ dradUtiU ar# of th. yil#ai da, 

DKI I Ijll Mamarlbi M* lira# from W N.^atri- u^t ai anyon# uatn« ii •III 

’.T^ ill’ FtlLi.* "TL kPyar thngid h# ttaMIba 

/'-‘/-Nl /^K.llC"r yinunrti Durlbf iha PCRIP 

C C)L CJInIj I !i!T "'‘iJT »t »b# Binnrtt voui* •hoii 

' rtallx-arx rnrtrar'. rnoda tn bdxanf#. ,^,1 aat and 1 

ft. V dHiiara .1 ai on, lima ,, 

A HAM V AbJn WFFl^l Y rarm#ri „jf ,f,u tra.h uinm to'i b, 

A DAILY AND WttALT lAak# up arul ahoka \.4tr*riiM ,, Viiar to *#11 11 

PUBLICATION rvk'm!!vrv...«i ITL' •r’. *''’'‘'4 


Esioblishcd in 1858 

TV ii.i'im '-a* "’a ■n';r4, aa^l rft.v.1 

#e'.-I-. 1 r.| . *v„ , 

riH,»r ift 'ftf [.■..vir-..* V 14 -V ..a', 

p.*,,.. n ,ft llri' .n r--ur-''A "XO' 

r#re|xr» 

TELEGRAPHIC 
1 DESPATCHES 

I t'« 'a w at a n#«. aa-I a* 1 x##iMift| 
rn#d ,<m >» iVyyfnr# va"v ya*«i 

XX .'I m 'ha ;n« 'a « .ivk. an 
ant Iff') 

NEW DRESS 


FOR SALE— TO LET 
FOR SALE 


ra.-ii-a DEATH IN THE i* 

'ZZV COFFEEPOT l_ JnnP. _ 

Tha public ar# raulinnad a#ain.' $20 REWARD 

pgrrha.ln* impericd caliJnrnia ^.j.| ^ j,,, iffai: and 

,t #iognd #olfv J». chtapncaa u ,o«i»lcilon of any vr»vi a-ftn »#> 

'■•n M«v«' "* *“'• racommandaiwin The Ib- , „ roinm.t from th* Boat 

•t't'H'ftU at# of th. yil#ai d.atrip .ub.eriVr 

n W Ni'x#7"- lien ai anyone uttn« it •111 di. 

i cn»#r thngid h# ttaMlb* th# /“i OTMIKlf^ 

yMiundi DurlBfl th# PCRtKCLlA ^LVJIrlMNXJ 

ol th# plan.ti p,«iii» ihoiild b# , * i a tc 

,• tn bdxan##. (t,#y »at and drink HA I j 

. ... Don 1 allo» yam trv»r to holm 
tr yaam##* „,f ,j,|, ,,,, pafaut# ' I IKADDFI I 

. t * It POT* him Viifr to •#» 11 ihoct Uf»\DKtLL/Nj 

r.ai.^.,a"Ll?Vu.,^ Ih* inral tMir-l# A*k for FxM *r,d , 

rvh pbrvr Xfti-#7a Colt## *f,d lat* no oih.r ' Hosicry ond oioves 
“ . . .000 ~ ~ , Scorves. Etc , Etc 

rn I cT -t'l’V' '^2 I 

llj Lt I 1.a'»'- 4'..a» Ju.t r#r#.»*d 

Th# v.i and fh#ai*#»i tr#*«a 

TO LET . ■" ' • 

»"^rSutrh"i* ••'-I#. »vd» "U* lauMifd \A/. & J. WILSON 


V"ftn.""'fi’r' J^m:: To Close Consignments h'l^i'Tf 

A inrai S..*' ft'.-rt'#.' _ ,a*,.,|*..0, *“ 

Jimp. IJUW . * <X4 X..r. a.f# 

" on OFWARH^ CHOICE EASTERN ” _ 

$20 REWARD HAIRY PACKED WANTS 

will b* paid for ifla arrr«: and L/mii\ I r^^f\tL«r 

ronvlcuon of any vr»vi •ho »•’ qi itTCD XX xVTTn A iiamad S'-.w #r.x v» 

iiaal Th# rolnm.i from th# Boot DU 1 I Cr\ ,, «.m m r». m-e-rh 


4. •##■ 
uilft kB. 


Ri •inr.An TMANrlN 


t.. 4 i<* a. 

. ■ .1 


Min ''' 1 hA f I ' ♦-« i -»’ 


•ftirr* - ' 

Api , 


.lul> IS. IU13 


WANTS Help Wonted. Mole 

. fr# rai.a.v# lir#m»n bra.aitiar 

XX XVTTn A iia'npd S'*.*# •r*x fto* ^ear* •l••d 11'#’ #xi*r ,#*.•.• 1 , 

1 .* m»,.l •*•##* 3T1 fP'e*tft aw.re«aii ftafto ••• *iarai. 1# 

X,.*# tn o«'d . » J. -..,i 

Ml. Waikatri MafiUhir*' ipZ* 


V , . :l'I.JM. I-' • "* 1 A I .riH 
.'■*r I.-4 - -x- • I. , 

H AMI HI VTT •. . II 'XrLt. . 

IPl I „*■,*, Ro> • rVi, dt#i 


Bools ond Lounches 


A and Vft.a mil Mi« Waikara MafU.h'r*' ipii 

and tar. .upp.> a yoM av.lo# _ 

At From 2 I -25c Per ^ Ilmrmivr. ICT7 
Pound 

WANTRn A nrxOO RTOIT RHY 
M#r,.iha fft.r OM4.1 rnaea# >^7ft 

no-maa. an.i n'i<kar.#a. fb.gr XXar* Birv 


XXai.'ad l-n# hurnlirvl itwa, O' I : ♦ t.'', t' . “ l-V . . '•err*- 

f.» lit ro.i'u'a and M aru-a. i - * 


I-',-# •ft. 

l-v.r'-l I. ,>b 


i«a*<e-r t-.l.'a' 


July. IM2 


TO LET . 




pe' barla . n-in'.nt 'o poa. 

c-iinm#a. a'r 

a* iraai.i radiMad prir#* A ..n- 
#ta. iiM.iuix: a.lnonl to in# itad# 
Cai. and a.am.r# 

J. C. DEVLIN 


i.Miftf »r-oH dorai' Help Wonted, Feniole 

•ar* Birv Xla‘-'i Ar, '•i#v'*»'»d ai, ■#*r 

7. «••. V — •* •• igl- I'x. -“X 

tMVfrTXfATn V F^R » .< >. -r.- 


r- • re-« a*# *'» 
a*r4-4' »ftd »ft '» •#* *' 


•x-antfh tMVfmfATn V f«ir 
M all •'■r* •* »niin# nb*’hrra 

nofi #4 Adrifa'* ny rail J T 
F#rrln» rV'i'ininn IFi'al 


vXaftir-1 ifanraai >• ' -I 

• M*e- ■••fa. tJl I'nrma LS,**’ I'x* 


MII IO’ no TfM* KNOW THAT w«»#ad f-e ••ft'l' Ana#*# .at rXu'MXa'. n» IX r 


iNeMir Moil INxv Ilf* f ol hi 
'and a atraeur hMirumarn C«p 
r-Y (BraglbM apy 

Jaiftv Huirnaw#* 
\X'»"M H •>*# 


nadd««-k aiMi j(v«^ lovil nf wa'rr 
lUfti no p#r nxnnth Aukv tn L 
le*##nvr| (im a rmwom Wrvw* 


J C UEVL N h^’i't'** fFo’ iMt Fj vpar ai»fti.i» *■• 

V'V# WM-. ..Mn« pn'aiw nninfi. |A *!• fn* #'»' -#■."•«. U' 

DftrrtMrno Binrk f>n*»ynmar' Bl jxr B*l*#*'#r Bvd C" I *d CUf M «da-. "•<» favra' fx- «• 

M.rtri T*l#phnra «<7 iarnL,, rwi <#••' . n# 0,trgiii<aft 


(im a rmwam wrvw* 


Tawin.*.* I*' fr.r ■t # ’•■# |ir«pr#iv Ha. ft##i pm'^rd a- t 'V wtw# P)R5T CLASS FARM 

bM4> iieJioV lA od FaM MX fi« #anr.vx»p |.> '..rw#'* ’ irxjl t_/^ > 


bPinc aMifad C* TaP 

HURRAH 

Raa# I. T"fx, Aia ft 
CS'*-d Y#x». fY IV Y-'Uftf.'arb 

SANTA CLAUS 

Aa H#r#i'd'Y ■' 'v 

PIONEER STORE 

rnuT rmtrr 


I41 *rf*.e • 4 4NW4 ^ .*•..* 

I. 'V m..*' rah#, .a f*iav„m .J HI WJTHI.N 3 MILM OT VICTiiRlA 

'ai|#an»r i#i 'v a r'ftam r.iaa' 


THE 

DAILY COLONIST 


.4 .!.• I rad ' • ,-. r * r |« *• 

• r-"#r. it’i.ra at TV [wt i"#* 


T XXITH IMMrmATK FOBUKRatoS 
XX'iihin*.*! • ,r.irni#iii I’rrr.' lArm* 

laar a'»ul N't 

*■ 'f» Oil ufiilar frn* r- .A a"#* u'-'t'- 
. ft .• '4 •"'• '•'-ft 

fru I lira* m fuii ftrar ne and 
- .,i..ta'-i"'' aiift’' .I*. ant| t«i.,ri.' f* 
f Tx-,. xaiuot>«# pr*-p#r*> I. xx.ll >•• 

' 'r'lftl iiv '.'.ac ceitnrfl 


WANTED 

MPM#aif#r fry f.'xvamratnl H-.ia# 
A|M»y tn 

Cat# Ta'i-n* 
Al f>»##rftm#*d fta'«a*y« 

Id and ]J 


riv./iNccr< oiurvc Rrtum t-t 

rnuT rmtrr $4 00 A YEAR 

^ . 4 . .. _ If mmI MX adxi«n#« urdora niAj 

TV Toual Ratn# on Nt*. Ymir a C*« man 

at I n l*in#b . 

JOBBING 

FOR SALE DEPARTMENT 


Jara#.^gMn#..^ , IMPORTANT 

FIRST CLASS FARM WANTED ^ p^BLIC NOTICE 

XV.TH..N 3 MILFJ. OT Yim-fUA « ""‘" I JHE CHEAP 

FOR SALE I f*"- VARIETY STORE 

Al f>»##rftrn#*d fta'«a*y« I INn.ti.x Ffvt 

XXITH IMMrniATIC FnAHKBairtS >4 A4d IJ 

XX'iihin.ei • .►.■rmriii I’rrr*' 3aryn« _ rli#av>t aioF* ‘ft *"•“ 

laar ai»ul N't 

*■ «f» Oil uralar far# r- 'l^ a"#* u'-'t*- _ . tL...,., 

. ft Mh-vd •• -4 MAI F TPATHFR , Boots ond bnoes, 

*■.. fru t liar. ,ft full Vaf r»e aid fV\ALt I CAUntK j .ft ^ 

...i..taft'"i' aiift''.!*. anr| tei.'d.' re xa / a k. iTCTn I ClofhinQ, DrygOOdS, 

r>,. .aiuot-t# pr*-r#f*> H x.#ii i». WAN I tU Ptr 

'r',-d iiV '•'•#c '•■•*< cei-rnrrt . ' C.rOCKery, CiC 

IV VU 1 ■ #7N#> l>M#m II I" av##l 4 , . . ^ . 

•rr' ( ftd'i-wx fMr af 'hr iiurift#*# Yal# 4r*>#d tauti iW M*ty •ai.in# ra»n • ynftd 

mrewi ran ramam mi mmX^fv T" ."'_*'** . t'JT#a^*.4anre aix>l« •• a 11 W * 4*’' 

view Ihr prntNi7y apply tn F B •’Oi IV Yal# Hr hurt |b«nl r#Yu.r#B f 34 M a pa'f 


Victono Trgnsfer 

Co. Ltd. 
REDUCTION 


HACK RATES 


MADAMt BMITM 7T<r rtl T ■ 

h'a'ad Fr#pttan f**»|gn# '»H»r '• 


larnu' nai vra.'.nf Ounaitiaft »'•< 

OM M avr . tri|' famit) hm v 
• '•air.* 3A 1 f-'* fm>* •• 

nui4. bl, 3b >ui»" -.-ga.'-.-. 


O .aran’'*’ .a'l^ravi na v »«x pa# , 4 lexad.if ft-*,** ai igra'rr 

. I lb '..Jl-/ i" ••»*,• * 

wAvnsn rHAMFfFVAftJ at ii- ap:-* ’** 


d'#' 'i4i*f '■ 

,'♦-#'•.*# ■ . f. 

t . p- 

4,lt' I<ia, •-! . ' 


1 . • 

t 1 , 


n4,.,d#'. of 

n r . 17^ r>**piii 

«gft**' b ■ # 

i.r rttn.i#-! aikt 'all 

d#*#***.' ' 4 



?#MFt m 

r'e't 0 

rtl •' I.# r* u 

y« 

A. XI. --r. 

r-rvft f^-*rxn» 

•Mfierrftt f>dat Ibwl 

XX foftftftil »t*»’ v»'»'»r*y 

>f W Iff .XX f 

XTV :n I' tv X? 


male TEACHER 

frit ^ •..i..taft'"i' aiift''.r«. an.| v.'rt- r* x »/ a a. i-T- rr\ 

•r WEEKLY colonist ':’x?’r,rc''''rL'urmv wanted 

lavHa '*r ( Mlrd .Xtaiaa ,•# <;r#al yuriv*i i‘i» Yal# Ar*>#d aauti iW M*ty 


‘•a* rntland H*t#i 

B ANTFTX TWO ir.rr »XTRI.B A« 
fTafh.ni'"- Aopt' MrnaftA:- » 
Btnt# fXa* Bai Axaa i# 

bTBAY«a> T wHm FOX TIN- 
rtar dne Biar* and ‘a- ».*• n* 


At>’i <A v.bafd fiiUMix# 

Housekeeping Rooms 

r r • - r « ■ •« 

f. »T • I- I. •». .r- *'■#• • 'h 


ft 3 - #i 

•4f^9 • 


Tha fa, *. t at* ap' iOO*.it 'ft* rapXtift Baw < 
r ( and u«rt, ■•!*• «-i *Pb'' anv ra«ardad 
.nt., fgrlhar an«K# Fronx '1.# 

•xar,d •*> if » v' ' ■ ‘f'' ’-H# 

(ily iiai'A Cdl# P*rvm 3V jBmiBT 


,f 'b# nar»a'k. !■ ft 


jBnuBry. I KM 


OBIVINO BY THt HOUH 
CA*nf HOUR t; M 


I'gf •• .*«4r r,''nft#‘a'r. 

r ,«ft#d ivajoraropiftC <*■ m* 

• ru rgv-na f'-axi M ■*•#* M* 

a»v.ra#n- All Kli.'#' 


Business Professionol 
D-reciory 


Hf TX.ihiftmir, la. if ;■ u n aAOL and 
Ptr furiVr uxAirmallm 3n 
Rtfwtn .f-dMw'Mx 

RamMargit-LAw VTrt'ifia 


_ “ _ ntR SAUt BY raiVATB TBrATY rsi^xi t ADC DCVA/Aon 

FOR SALE I DEPARTMENT KLiCl'TSTftSr. 'T .".LT 

ha. S##n #ni,r*4x fftxftxa'rd and nra# H<«rl .mu*a*l m iv r*im#r M Tvi I# rdf#r#d fix an>nrw »hit mil fix-# 
A taouly aarrlaf# built bv B tXik# ■-•yitam. thr## Mram pir.vt atxd a anrI rvajpu. Fr##** tnf>rmaia#i itraxin 1V r#rv«i 


D. Manpia"V M»n • rwf Cnnfram Oalt#-» 

SraradafY Yal# HxeiR. tl 71 pair ^ 

Man • and Tokrih.’ Ai. "n# Bri«** _ 

ft- — from ll 3# a pair 

_ u,n , ripa ciotb tn* fall##* 

10 DOLLARS reward- ^ , 

. rBTrrtd fix an>nrw uhit w.11 ffx-# ^ “ '»"• ** 

r\ff f mafMM *. lh» 


Oinb#r par'i#* and 4:r-n#ri w and .n h*«|fhr lotaUnn 

• Bd fraax tl OB gi td and •* V •a]#t in 


— “ '*1^-'": business 

TVt.rr THBff rOTTAOBB ON? I,»h» lAJ Ya'#a *i#fi _ 

hAtti siF fi hMtfht r% I txprevi ona i com i 


Personol 


r,Tn’.d*“:ppTy- 3-;^.rkV7"*:. v.. 


or VMiorta 

Aim th# w#ll hnnwfi rawly fmiv 
nxariF and •#• ■■f Aw#r»rtn nar- 


Anpix 1ft 
Bftllutnx rVnnx S'lfiiraa H>b.v 


FOUR MILE HOUSE £r«,... 

r»iTg.ar» 

Mr* Calftn Hand H...i 

BMlfMa ift# tailNr that Mw ha* rtra* Fia'#'* 
#b*BB and rrhfnxiahrd iHa fa'"n*# Pan<t4u#ii 


nfixrd#t# i.v '.f 

NEW TYPE 

Fn# pr'^iframc rxrrx (V*.r<rMrm of 

COMMERCIAL 

PRINTING 

AT vr.BY LiiW IfATrS 

rarxF I'.. A. 

Bill Hrada S'n>. 

r»iTg.ar» l rr*,r.- .-#« 

Hand H...I Hank fb«,b. 


J fx Warran 


LOST OR STOLEN 

fAMF Tit THi: PlttMlAFA 
'll •>v un,b'r..fird #t»,gt a fn,mh 
ar a RFO <T'W hiandm tr 'V 
7X# -Miwi ton. hair ift# »aow 
>•' pr''l*'B pt'i'rri) and pai n# *x 
ft#f.*#a It fV4 'laitTird wHh-n TF.N 


wl*. ftf AitfxM' ICIh fOfft# v IV Man* PluMt MtB 7*7F*’- *-o«i*” 

ro*ra>4#« tmiiiead hy *r»i rn 7|v per. pa'f 

fult. Ammtrwim^ • # i.T LAdl#< alO*#* 3 'd Cnnlt*>* •*!< 


Ta 3»bina aa<3 .tramara #•<* %irlac Bnlv »»*7* *• •"» 

paruir. 30r 7;* .m rhlfkan. ^ 

Bav and pa.*’ #• »«h cvna## --- »'' » ' •.###»• -a.' b.'xamvr 

'*** 4 MISCELLANEOUS Poult^ & Livestock 


l?» wymft 


ft# al 

I’Vr# n. 


To PT'd f'an- .ftjtcft 
••3h f. trial* not Alia* nu’fii fa# ••!# 'r*ap Ad- 

dr**< • A roi<Nii«l a»fK# 

HAflCB n’BNT-Mim ANT HOCK 

Of TM* UAT AJ*D •nom xn iclonoykoib oh rrrMWd 

xii*i»T i#B’ -vn rao#!###* Of rr* 
Trg?han* la.. '.It «- •■> to ••• ar 'atb# #u'„* 

Apbix F Cl Bo* 34 

■n-.# t*» 4 .*f r,#itiai»r» 1 a a* 


fgili daotmxwl a #***• 

«• Vf. Ni«r 

V.#*i tiraax vi'to Iguarlfta 


hnalairx and la px'f#tiar#d fix aft'^d F.TT T.TY' KTT 

Uxt BfM BCnfRinnSbtm th# ritaia KWMtod Whh NtBlwaa and Daatm t rb CW3ar RlB, 


Hank fbgib. n#r.*aa It rv* 'laitrird •itft.n TF.N 

g»-4fttm# F#*ftipu fxAS'S fy»»n da*a WIJ.l, BF. 'bXLO li 
I'lMdvifn. Rianfci citx#r rhatfaa 
r.Tr rrr J. U MarLaufhuaL 


FOR SALE 
A BROWN COB 

Ai\ nil fra# f r vi n xg-# pbiixd ftf*Fmi 
W hamaaa. haa rarrxad a l*Bi 
Andy M Tha OWaxtR OSIr*. 


lAdi#r |1o»M »'d c«n»re** and 
a, .linn |..'#f II « * fair 
Lad'** •.'itaio' and r»- ••iffrd ^ •»7» < 
',#. 33td a pair _ ^ 

t.a4ie. i.orr'iir tnat pvbb.# Teg? 

f ai'#tA.a3 37 » tair _ 

L#d •» Jir.# Fy*nrix knd Air#n*aa Tl-.# t*?4.*f 

(Id frniB u 3d pair ma#*My a/n 

OiiidrM X ih(i*« fnaa 73a 'r IS tt 3* em - 

a pait »#'• dr ab#*, 

CYiiidr#n t ftoau .ad •#'.'•*' is #»d- 

’##• *ari»'« ai fmm 30ft-. I« It#’* Maviixa • '• 
b#|A» rr'.ail pri#M na##* Ui# #o 

n «UI Rby r*« w 3 «AS t Rbameti M 


Poultry & Livestock Furn'iure Movers — 

A Idl'ca ft Trr## »#-,.n r.##. I#' 

.4 V-. Wail %ari PO %»•* J»# •• H' o >1 # • •’•t '•••? 

4,, , ,rg t'tr.r* • - •? .’7 


I . Ma>f b>#Fg' <-• #'■' *' 

.rg ■ •>m-. I'.w VY ra'tvr .Jk- 

h' . I' • s.#*r (fioii'n 

r» Aai* A IXK# trwai'..' n#-' 

r- •xMrat4««>l »«<rwi I a . 


x« ^.r f'» 4 . « • 1 ■* • 'f 

. * 7- - »• 'f- #. 

1ft J fj 4 

~ •# - — * *a. »#r 

dwtu*, Iit'O Ph»»# JSt , 


ma#«My a/rouh'» of •♦•r TM? COfJtni OF IT-tfC 1*« JBJ Hu*r»w..d Fr*#* rtu*w 1 - .-• ~ , *# - *a. '#r 

• >. 3 * rnii- *iV tb 3 diakousi b( Pandora Bit##' Vl'‘ft'’a Fr*?'- a d>rtwr' i.rt« rt**# JSt ,, 

If. ar ami*# ht#* pa Mr A lrxoaf#M FtC3* Ana ra.W)..#nd /Fosrw a-n - ^ m ■* .r # • .-i 

Fann •raan elaaWt •ma *nt V* hor» fAr aalr h##« "**' • ^4 ' ' 

Marina • 'k'l# ' .«b#f oi »3f !>*..«»,. an f#a#a»aava drv#*. .. •'•'f- __>#■* ^ 

na##k m# fompary ar# k.aa}* ta l»*«# Fup'.e fan b# 7H,i#d tl •£{» »^ bAjiM 'W|_^ 2^ ^ 

t ?:Mtwh It nn •» Mdtr » m;t#aoa a rttuirtd a: Ml feanMiaM. fiV# pfV m. h>«rd CML. 

I I 



3 ^ni(|! (Ti'lnni<i1 


('Imrr hill Offers HUkhI^ 
Toil, Tears and Sneat 

OtI. I. 193H 

I.ONT)T)\ (AP) — Minister Oiamlwiiain 


uas *‘iM*acp \Mlh honor— ix'are for our timt*. 

To chc<*ring crowds and an approving sovet'cign 
h(* r»‘[H»r!«*d two accompli'^hntcnis: A triumph of his 
ap^M•a■^^•menl policy in the four-power Munich con- 
fcrcni'e which aviMtcd war over T/echoslovakia and an 
Anglo-fk'rman declaration against war. 

Summi’d up. his woids m 

two vp.'in tw". IP'-oin an "Ynu ««k wh«t is nur mm 
illume upon his return ahd I ran answer in nne word. I 
liiiiM frurn » wmHow at l<) J« viriory.” 

Isiwnmg Siioei and in *n Toe 1 I.misp of (*omm“n« \ r.te 
,-xiianulmar>' intoivtew at nf r onfi.lem e w ;»« .W1 to 
Mmiull. Iwiie fie*ih hope of a 

peinMOent Kun>pean settle 

melll t I 

At Mntiirh: "I ha%e always ■ j I ^ 7 ■ 

h.i.l in mind thai if we emild , ■ I I ^ I I I 

find pe.il e on the ( Vei hoslo\ ak I i T ^ M. 

(juevMuij a was micht l>e f^wn 1 / 

to appe-i-emerit in Kurnfie" ! 

At No 10 DowiiitiK .sfieri: — -a 

•"I his I*, the MV nnd lime in mu ^ M 1 I 

history lhaf ihoie has come ■ ^ | r 

hack irnm Geimany to nown ■ 14 t ^ 


>lay . 1 ». IlMH 

BOSIO>— The trial of llie 
Hhel Hiill of Mrs. .loseplilne 
A. WiMMihiirj. of this eil>. 
•KiUnsI Mrs. >l»ry Baker <•. 
Faldy. Hie < hrisHan Si-lenllsl 
Mod founder of thal sect, was 
becun In the Suffolk i-oiiMl> 
aii|ierlor r«nirl here liMim. 


L/\ST MINUTES OK THE FLYING ENTERPRISE 


Thelma 

Todd 

Dead 


Frh. t\. IttXI 

WASMIM.TON AP- The 
I'nited .Strtirs I'oncifss tndas 
piopoiked to the .'siflie.i thal 
pinhihilion. al'ei us n veais. 
of Uirhiileul Inal he dnee 
aWH\ with h". repeal id the 
KiRhieemh Amendment Vote 
was .'HO »M l.»l 

Individual siates mu.-.i now 
rdiifv dis-ision to seiap the 

am'u dmi’i.i 

Tlie IJmiM' .i|ipi<iVHl ramc in 
di-imaue a* 'he dij 

mmnriis fouchl aca*' *' the 
flood of anil pi ohihmoni>«t 

vet. 

B.iekers of the te|v«Hl 
charced that piohihitinii 
Ushered m the j.iticsier ei a 


I.OS AM.KI» t.\r>— 
Miss Thelma Todd, hlonda 
film ai lress. famous for the 
darinc clothes she wore on 
the si-rren. was found dead 
i«m 1 h> to Iter BiiiPmohlle in 
her itarage. Heath was due 
to luoiioslde fumes. 


Capl. Carlsen 
Jumps (Avar 

Jan. II. I95i 
FALMOITH. England 
(API— The Flying Enter- 
pii- p ‘uink todfiy. 

Wilh hei f.ile .«‘alcd in a 
gale thal hammen*d her tw 
>und l•nlllMan^e, rwiii Kuil 
I'arJsen and Mate Kenneth 
rtaney leaped fiom the 
uipplivl fieightei into the s«m 
scrambled aboard the British 
uig *ru»moil and waieheil the 
Knieiprise make her deaih 
plunce 

Pehi IS from a SI 000,000 
caigo littered the wTter. 

W .\ll.'s IN .SAl.l TK 

Foghorns of escort craft 
walled in salu'e at this end to 
an epic iwoweek atrugcle 
I agamst the sea. 

, The rt .711 irm Ishrandlsen 
Line ship, liatine heavily to 
poH sinre a biiriieane cracked 
^ her decks Dec. 20 . .started sink 
,1 mg about .1 IS pm. '7 1 k am 
V rST». Wiihin a few minutes 
Carl-sen and l>anc> were nif 
.Slav ptil ('arlsen's luck had 
t un mit 

I The pantsh tmrn skipp*’! •’'7 
watched from Ihe deck of the 
Till moll this end to his dream 
l.iliels of luling the Flying Knierpnse 
i*s%itic back to a safe hatb<tr with the 


Oil. '.Ml. nri.'» 

Missionurv . phNsuinn. mii*-ician. phifo**opher anti 
Nuhol pji/r winner. Hr. AII*eif Sthwcil/cr. SI), 
ups if.flay tn\CH|ed hv the QurH«n at Ruckinghnm 
ral.nre with honniar> n 1 ^•mlkM^hiIl in the Order 
r.f Ment. itioHi ivsiiirtcd and cherished order 
sovereign c;.n Lestnw. 


A DAILY COLONIST 
For 100 Years 


NKVILLK rHAMBKRLAIN 
, . . averts war 


On the attainment of this historic 
milestone, we extend our concratula- 
lions and best wishes. 


\hhirious i'litry irit«) Nan- 
kitic, Ihe ( lilni se (Mpilal. 

Fmperor Mirohilo was In- 
formed the .lapsnesi* flag 
was planted on .NniikhicN 
walls and whs slated to have 
e\(ir<‘ss<‘d his grut ifirallon. 


In all .lHi*aiu*se emhassirs 
and consulates tiiat Ihe Im 
peiial army has made a 


He«-. II. IIM 7 

TOK \0 ' U’» — The 

Foreign Offi«-e announced 


THE TELEGRAPH -JOURNAL 
THE EVENING TIMES-GLOBE 


the. II. iH:n 
SHANGHAI lAPl — 
Xin*'ly-oni' j»*rsons w ••le 
rciMified tlciid or misr-ing 
imkiv nller a grim thirty- 
si\-luiur sPiU'i h for mii- 
vivnix of four I’nilefl .Slales 
ves-erds di»<tr<i\i'<J .Siinttay 
In .lapanese airplanes. 

The ships WiMO Ilie gip*hn.*l 
Par. i\, ilii* caige bo.il Mrun 
Afiit two nil rompam hoots 
Rlilish ships Wf*ie .sllm’krd 

al tin'h Wuhu ami nr.i. Nan- 
kll'LV 

' ipon'i tiigtii’st olfir tills in 
"hanghai Tokio and Wsshihc 
Inn full lespoiKihlhtV 

and nffcie«l dcpprst Npnlngirs 
tor the homt'ii'K 


June I. lHli7 

;\ despatch fnim Ihe Eas| annoiinees lhaf Her 
Majesty has issued a proclamation deelartng Ihe 
I nion of I ppi r and Liiwer Canada, Nova Senfia 
and New Brunswick as Ihe Dominion of Canada— 
the Isf day of Jul.v next luung Ihe dale on whiidi Ihe 
Act shall come into force. 


Saint John. New Brunswick 


‘AVif/ of orld Has (Jome 


April 9 . HMiH— Fslra pv.iiu.iod hs its .WoH m 

h«'»it-i'iis 

The Mount ie|i*giMm tr«*m the mn'or 

Vrsi'iius panic h.is j-i'-ad lo >,Vhasuann ‘ i; > the 

Naples. Two sltnng railti jpptnarJiing rapcily 

quake jhrtCk s <h.iit<'ied people .»re lerrni 

Window panes .sod cr»c«ed the 'p.,., have been for 

walls of hmldings. nigtits wiUifml sleep, he «av- 

The mine rn'puhltiomusli.sl •*"'* dr'slitiite 

to the siM'i'l.^ in leiioi, m/i'.-. 
pnsons cryitic. ‘'the M.idnnn.i 
hHi fiU'-aki'ii us' ' Tlu* end i>f 
Ihe wot lit has rnme ' 

No UrtlT leiiiH.i.-. of B.i-en 
Tre i'.v..e a rommiiniiv on ihi* 
aoiitltetn decltvity on the 
mtnimam. w»»eie. up to to 
hrair* ago 10,000 persons lived 

Toire Anmin/iate. nn itu> 
iihnies of the R.iv of N.iples i*- 
almosi ittiiioun»U*d h) itu* o* 
vading lava, anri ha- been 


Congratulations to 


Sails ffoloniftt 


April to. IlkHi 

NArt.F.'- Tins has lo-en n 
d.»\ of leitoi fo* the ci’.. 
•owns a *• d rnnnltv .itmu' 
Mount Vt*sn\Mi 5 t’nnfiimed 
ie|Hiiis piaci-if ilw* piimtH-i of 
dead and in tilled ai m'm-i.iI 
hti'idi ed. 


On Its l(M)th Birthdav! 


THF 's^'^K^TI HFM AMTF IN VMTOKI\ 


Congratulations 

"Colonist 


Best Wishes 


Bails Cdoloniftt 

on the occasion of its 

lOQth 

Anniversary 


ON YOUR 100th BIRTHDAY 

VICTORIA PRINTING PRESSMEN 
and ASSISTANTS UNION No. 79 


The Leader-Post 

•Lflrgnf />olfr Circvtflt’ea oi .TfliAafcNeu’Siw* 

REGINA SASKATCHEWAN 


Zht lamillon Jiieclator 


ISTAIUSHID »46 


HAHILTON 


ONTARIO 


On Mat ch 1. at '•pile o'Bones." The Regtna 
la’otk r first s»iw Ihe light of day. On this, our 
Mlh birthday. The D’ader-Pn.si extend.^ heariy 
congratulations lo The Daily Colonist on its 
loHth birthda:,. 

Along with lhi\ go sincere "grcrlings from 
home’ to Ihc many Saskatchewan people who 
now live on VancomTr Island. 


*•«&&.!« AMJkXk 11 *^^ frtAbak ItaftnUI*** 


FROM ONE CENTENARIAN TO 
ANOTHER, THE FIRST HUNDRED 
YEARS ^ THE HARDEST ! 






ta\[\\ daltmisl Victorli. B.C., Tbor*.. Dec. II. 1958 29 


Cad bom 


Glganiic Sea Serpent Seen in 


saw tool hed b«ck Cadboio 
Ui»> doni/en. . 

lldvmc tenfatiNoly de»ided 
up<)5> the sp\. ami dcioi'm.m'd 
to prpNpiit furthei*' InfilnKo- 
ment of Vtclorla‘« nfihi# by 
Jealtnts nrlghborlnR i-ilies, it 
ha* hern tlp. ldod to name th* 


on Vk-tona’a own *«‘a monster 
and has had the audaoty to 
give tl an Intimate name. Vic- 
tona objects to Seattle tr>mg 
to betfime godfather to the 
local p«'t. and particularly to 
the name “Old Hiaschurka- 


was enjoying it*i*ll without 
thought of IJie commotion it 
was causing- ' 

I Tw o week.* later the new 
h«‘a.si was rliri.Htened Amy 
I'adborosaurus. and Caddy It 
remains to this day.) 


of the bay Tlie head was 
shaggy In appearan^. with a 
long underslung jaw like a 
camel. Back of the head, m 
mon.strous undulations, ap- 
p«.ared the body of the crea- 
ture, Judged to lie between 75 
and SO feet long, and as thick 
a.s 20 feet at It.s widest pait. 


commotion on the north side 
of the bay at some distan<*e. 
The other eye wilnes.s is also 
a yachtsman, and independ- 
ently witnessed the .same 
phenomenon. 

According to their story, all 
three persons saw a huge head 
rear out of the water near 


Oil. 5, 19.H5 

On the reputation of a 
prominent Vntoiia barri.ster 
and also a former official of 
the Ro>al Victoria Yacht 
Club. Cadboro Hay has a real 
live »ea .ser|)eni : not the 

tame inland water variety 


some SO feet tong liu leer 
tliick and with the profile of 
a camel! 

The appcaranci* of the mon- 
ster Ui vouchiHl for by thr»'« 
reputable wilnesMJS, two of 
wtiom. the barrister and his 


which ll ar; to the female "Amy 


ro Bn one recently In 


(wreatvst 

Dancer 


Prussian King Insane 


April 9. 1950 

I.OMION — Vaslav 

Nijinsky, the greatest ballet 
<lane«-r «>f all time who went 
tiia*! three decades ago. died 
in a l»ndon clinic today of 
tieplirltls. He was W»- 
.VijInsKy was the brightest 
star of the Imperial Ktiv 
Hian Ballet. Ilia mind bcoke 
III 1917. when be waa 'il. 
due to briHiding about the 
future. 


'>3. liMH 

LONDON^A telegram from the Prince of 
tn the Uird Mayor is as follows: "My Ivloved moUier 
t Queen Mcturln) has just passed away, surroundtui by 
her children and Rrandchildren. — ALBERT LDWAHD^ 

Ttie l^nl the 

^ lowing mm 0 

m ^ lhghne*.s’ tele t f a f L*M #| f)T 

■ gram announcing the M- falftfv 

f ^ gii'iit ^ 

wiih prohiund distress and • m 

grief. an<l tuive communicated g--^ t m m 

SIR JAMK.S DOl’GLA.S uug j^,j mformaiiun to my ^ i.€ i ^ 

fellow -citi/ens. Her Maje.sty's 

* memory will forever live in^ ^ 

the hearts of her people .May 1 M 
I respectfully convey to Yout | /-• / / [ i f ^ 

Royal Hlfihnes* and to alll 

fncmbcia "f the Ros.ll Family Januars SO. 1927 

I I III II the, earnest sympathy and con- v- s. 

dolence of the city of London St HK.SKnADY, 
in vour great sorrow." Talking moving picture films* 

- I ■ . . .by which sounds are synchro- 

I I An official announcement J ^ 

Ll ^ 1 d N j",, -•'if produ..,, by a „.w .„d d,,.o,- 

•nd Mou ... of Common, .o 

I I lake the oath «.f allegiam-e to ^ by offlciaU of he (.eneral 

IYM I £\i\ King Kdw.iid VII. The Pnvy Lleeiric Company in a theatre 

V I I 1 t II Council will meet in London bore today. 

and the proi’l.im;itH»n of tlu* ’I'he demonHtr.iluin wu.s In 
King will oi-nir theteaftei at two forms. In omv the jamnd 

all pl-iio required hy custom, nvordlng .ipp.ir.ilus was 

. IS, lHk7 The King will iDme to I.oiulon mergiM wdh the m<itlonpic- 

Ilf kiiighih'KKl h.is to preside over the council. lure ram«'i.i. and both the 

Finm \Vhlle<-h..pel to May- the vLs.ble were 

f.,ir. stieets usually gay with simult.ineou-.ly on 

niglitly festivities are ttirk. thefllm.Jntheother.thcmd- 
deserted and desolate, and do'ital music for one nf the 

this depres-sion of the public latest "first run films was 

mind i.s likely to i-ontmue for reciirded on an umtcvel.ipcU 

many days to i-ome. print of the fe.ilure picture. 


Sept. 4. 1K70 

NEW YORK — Berlin telegrams announced the 
capitulation and surrender of the entire French army 
at .Sedan. King William announces that the Emppror 
Louis NajKileon surrendered himself yesterday. 

n»Mic ni,« m»h«n nf Wr crowd of enthusiastic aubjects, 

u, whde carry, ng . wh,,. ,, King 

There 1» a tcrnhlc vindictive 

(c-lmi! agHln.t the Pru.vl.n. •'"■'•noon Irom h. P-lbc. to 
I,„ ,h..,r nulruKcs on Calhnlic 

(Tiurchcs. The war Is degencr. and Itls 

aims Inn, nnc nt rcllK.on, reccHed by -Moltkc 

The K.ni! ol 1’russ.a is re »"<1 

1 malic premiers, 

porird insane. ‘ -nd neneral 


luiie -il. 1920 . 

LO.N'DUN .Siildiers and .Sinn 
Femers m Londoudi'i ry fought 
fiom 11 o clock WedricMluy 
night to midnight with a result 
yet unknown. An armed car 
with U-wis gun*, supported by 
Infantry, atiackefl a party of 
.Sum Fvmers whij had bi-en 
filing along lii.shup Sm-et. The 
ca.suallies are believed to have 
been numeious. 

iThis was the arrival of the 
Auxiliaiy Ironp-s. known later 
u» the Black and Tans'. 


Flies Atlantic 

July U, 19M 

Crowning highlight of 
spectacular flying career 
came today for Britain a 
Amy Johnson who became 
first woman to fly Atlantic. 
With husband Jim Mollison. 
she flew nonstop from 
BrPaln to Newfoundland, 
where the plane crashed. 
.'Jhaken. but not badly hurt 
the couple then travelled on 
to New York their original 
destination. 


PARI.S The journals report 
that the insanity of the King 
of Prussia cnnfiimcd. 


Sept. II. IH70 

l/lNPON The Pope has 
»*Mir a protest to the INAvrij 
agamai the iK'cupahnn of his 
terntoiA but will not irsi-vt 
With aims. He is i-oming to 
Krigland in a Hiilish fiigaie. 
arul Airlibisiiop .Manning i* 
making preparations (or his 
rotepuon. 


LONDONDERRY -- .Scenes | "V 

of the most terrible description I |/\i 
were enacted here last night |./\/| 

and tod.iy Many streets were 
swept by a muidernus fire for 
If) hours continuously. Scvcial ■ ’ • 

bodies are ii-poricHl to be lying !▲ ■ 

111 Bishop Blicet. 111 

Snipers were busy until 1 
o'cliK'k this afternoon, and 
contingents of troiq>s had lo 
he moved into various Mre« Is. 
which, until then, were impas- The honor 
saide to citi/.ens. It Is ex|)ected been ^-onfernsl upon the gov 
that troops are coming by p^nor of these mloniev. 
road, but no leinfort'cments m <nufcm:ii 

have yet arrived. , . , . , . . 

, . . .... the ion«»r of knighthood iqstr 

The ciiv is viilually con- , ^ 

trolled by' extiemists of the Bovernor has paid him i 
I'nionists and Naiionallsis. well dcserverl com|diment. 


NEW YORK -A London dis- 
patch .says notes of a decided 
character have been addressed 
In Berlin on the suiijecl of 
|M-ace by the cabinets of St. 
Petersburg and London. 


Sept. 9. IK70 

PARI--S The Moniteur says 
oidcis have bi»en given to bat- 
ncade the sticel* The jieopie 
.ire leaving the city m the uf- 
most ha.ste 7'he fTusaians 
have appealed near. 


Aiiuindsen Sale 
Alter Polar Bit 


S4-PI. I.. 18 . u I.ONfkJN Tlie Duke of 

FI.ORE.Nt-'E 'Hie indejven (hamniom anived here yester 
dence of the Huly .Stv will iKit day. having cs<-api'd from 
be violated Should no resist Krams* vm la* Il.ivre. The duke 
nnre b«- of(*'H-d to the entry of aiates that the pn-s<-ni revolu 
Italian tnaips. the government tionary governnwnt in Pans 
will vcMie the Po|»i- a i-amiut Iasi ami pieUicl* lU 
r«*>idence in Rome and proviclc spi-^viy fall, 
for a civil list including a 

protest ng.imst the eiiirv nf ROME -Tile proclamation 
Ituhans and the oaupalmn of stating lliat Frann- has Ik*- 
Papal leriiiory. come a repulilic caused pro- 

fnunrl sensation here At rests 
Rfi.MK -i Immense placards made by the nuihnrliies since 
h.ive bis*n posted on the itead ^-vent alt* immmerahie 

walls of tile city, proclaiming Hundreds are Imprisoned on a 
the "rMiveiJial Italian Repub- charge of conspiracy, 
lie" dogma. They are signed 

by the Republican Revolution Hept. in. 1970 

ary committee, BERLIN Tlirough a flense 


.Imie 19. 19*^5 

After lM*inK rKpii up by the world as dead, 
(’aptain Roald Amundsen and hi* five gallant eom- 
panions are safe home again after their historic 
att 4 *mpt to reat'h the North Pole by air. 

News of their return was unknown until yester- 
tlay at noon when the following cable wa.s received 
hv The (’olonist: 

••Arrived Kings Bay all right. Amundsen, 
Dietrichson, Ellsworth, Eeucht. Omdahl, Kllser* 
Ijirsen." 


Freedom East and 
Freedom West . . . 


For 75 Years 


Tlie Victoria Daily Times has been balllihg with Tiie 
Daily Colonist for the news. 


During that time, we have found ourselves on opposite 
aides of many tiueslions. But we have alway* regarded the 
Colonist as a doughty and honorable opponent. 


In 182.3. jast three veal's before our newspapers had their 
lK*ginnlng. William AlcNandcr Smith was born in Nova Scotia. 
Ho grew’ up in the midst of the battle for respon.sible govern- 
ment which Nova Scotia wa.s first amimg Canadian provinces 
lo attain. He heard disais.«:od the first proposal.* for confed- 
eral ion— IR.'IP, and then he travelled round the Horn lo settle 
eventually In Rntish Columbia. There, having first taken a 
name which he supposed meant "I.,over of the World." he 
established your newspaij^. as the British Colonist. There 
he joined in the struggle fpr responsible government, achieved 
while he was a member of the Legislature. There he labored 
to bring British Columbia Into the Dominion, and as Premier 
of Brili.sh Columbia and a member of the House of Commons 
he .served well. In your columns he presented the case for free 
Canadians In a F*ree Canada, as In our columns In other years 
a similar conflict for freedom had been w aged. 


This Is the way it works in a democracy— to .seek out l>oth 
sides of a question, and pri’sent the facts out of honest conviction, 
with faith m one's own presentation and respect for tho.se who 
take an opposite stand. 


Today, though we share a common prc.ss. the battle to be 
'■fustesl With the most^^st" goes on. Between the offices of the 
two Victoria dailies e.xist.s a "No-man’s land * which neither .side 
may cross. 


On December 11. however. The Times pauses to cross 
the floor long enough lo salute a memorable occasion — the 
cenTenary of the moi-nlng paiM*r. 


We congratulate the Colonist on a century of community 
service, lieginning with the great Amor do Cosmos and carrying 
on .down through the years lo the presj'nl day. 

To "Centuo' Seth" and his good staff, our very best wishes 
for another 100 years of serv ice lo this community and lo Canada! 


We share a proud ancestry and a proud record and we wish 
you well, as you surge forward into your second century. 


STl\VRT KEATE, 
Publisher 


Two of Canada's 
Great Newspapers 


HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA 



m 


PVPI 

rnlli 

GiTl 





30 fiatlq ifnlmUHl 


Fate of ‘An^eP Unknown 


th4t ihp erul h4<l lotni* ami 
Bin: (j**?!. Chri'-tJan (0* c’as 
trips' U<‘t nu**‘'>rfCP 
••Aftpr 20 Itmirs uf t 
ii»mhal t omiiur tn hand in hand 
fichmiK pnpm> aie infihraimt: 


Muniiioos aiP lat kmc. Our !«•• 
aisian«*p Is almui Id miI>- 
mprced. TOo.n aiP \uihin a Ipw 
yards of thp ra«ln* po>i wliprp 
i am lalking to you. I ha\p 
gupn oniprs for ihp maMmum 
dp^truiimn. \V'p "111 not sur- 
remlpr ” 

Also \am>liPfl lx*hmci iJiP 
ruriain was Lii’uf. OPt>p\iP\p 
«lP r.allaid I>rraul«* 2R. ’Thp 
Angpl of Dien BiPn Pliu." 


LIKI'T. (^ENEVIEVR 
GAU.ARDTKRRACBE 
, . . vam.shpcl. 


Best Wishes to 

THE DAILY COLONIST 

ON ITS lOQth BIRTHDAY 


Our Congratulations 
to The Daily Colonist 
on Their 1 00th Birthday 


ITh a PIpaMin* to Pro\iilp \»u 
With Our SpfAUp 


Oi l. A. lu:to 

BKAI VAIS. Kian.p Uioal 
Brnalns c‘«ni duic»i>le R I'H. 
larcpst fiyhicr Ilian an « i.*fi m 
IhP world, was •oinplpn-ly 
dPsin»ssHl ihis morninc almiit 
spvpn hour* alter Ipasmc 0*'r 
hasp ai CardmeioM. Knclaml, 
on a flighl lo India. 

ThP aitsUifi burst inlo flames 
over a fipid flse indp.s smiih <•( 
hprp land Thoms<ni air mii. 
l«tpr of flip Biiiish l^hnr 
piompnl. * pa.s'fiit'Pi 
hiirneil lodeaUi wiih I'l men <>f 
ihp airships \.i idlo-ei*. fU’w 

and passcncrrs 

SE^^^ swr.i) 

Only sPNPii persotj* s\i*r»* 
Mvpd All fit ihpsp wpii» badlj 
hOTftPd an<l maimed They \spip 
I u•■Ued Id I he B**aovai* hisspiial 
after re<eivmc first aid, Tne 
*uiM\*»rs are six meini*e»s r»f 
llip encl'ieerinc staff and a 
wireless of)Piahir. 

The tiisasier iwiiiiietl a* a 
Bale was hhiwing in from Ihe 
channel. 

RKIKF A< t IH ST 
II. J. l^^pt h. <‘f IMP PMCinppr- 
inc maff of llip R 101. a awr 
vivor. ca%e a brief ai iount of 
the disaster 

•'We i-rashed on lop of a tnll." 
he said, ’"nierp wa* nn wain- 
mc. As ihP airship luteliP'l 
ll.e eaoh II bmsi into (lames, 
and then t rashed 


Point Hope Shipyards Supply 
Docking and Repairing at 
Shortest Notice! 


Kor many \ear* P«»int Ho|>p .s,nip\«t«»s 
|m\- aeiViMg imp «oa*ial vessel* el 

till* aii*;t wilh de|*endAhle »p|k» 1I". engiH' 
eoiing and *hiph\idd»ng 


1» la mir aim m nintimie s^-i\ing in Ihia 
firld whi' h I* so impoi lani lo Ihe eionomy 
and welfaip vl this pr’hrsmje. 


Safety With Dispatch 


Hud 

Siiopson 


Art 

ThnnilhwaitP 


Shipbuilders 

Engineers 


fUrl 

fimtth 


The BANK of NOVA SCOTIA 


ARMORED CAR SERVICE 
LTD. 

PHOM-: KV t-r»t9 


SHIPYARDS LTD 


Mof* than 500 brontha* m Cqnodo ond in londan. Naw Yori, th. Conbbaoa 


Phone K\’ i-2.M t 


llarhoiir Koatl. Mcloria 


U07 BKOAH STKKKT 


Warmly Congratulates 


lOOth BIRTHDAY 


\\> are pleaded to hava this opportunity to rom- 
mend The Dailv folomst on iu renfuiy of seiM*e 
lo this rommimiiy. 


Aa an unparnlleli'd re>ideriIiHl area. Oak Hay riuoyA 
all of the availahle anienihe*; which conirilujte to 
nlea.srtiu llvifliE- Tile iiO[Hilanlv nf The roloillsl in 
our rommuniiy i.« proiTf of its ini|>oi lame to niaiiy 
familiea as a pleasant adjuncl lo daily living. 


ampaiiQ 


RKKAK (-KMl NOKRtH 
0«k iUy 


We join in wishing The Daily Colonist 
Continued Success in its Endeavours 


MUNICIPALITY OF 


The Hudson'*! Bav ( ompany «ish»‘s to ronuratiilale I he Daily ( oloni<it on lh« 
completion of its first IWI years of service to \ icturia. 





(*0I4)N1AL. Utility ru>l ina sUitc *• iodur/ om Ip boh' 

■ oitha r.tvoraNf ryf Many gratxi.vhnm, 

f _TBrlrrr«-rnMi<M4i Rm.- basad oq good roauaerriai »r olhrr asii- 
airnK harr ei«rn more mala*, m^oinaf alargr ouUay 
10 iIm« grand vhanja tMn |i bas ilraady ii|vciilal«d rnoogli br il4 
pi^'pic Imic hiiltrftn a»iafhad,lo •• m a mi a — nwiTthaoiuitaiharoinfortaof 
T»^ roVlinmno'af Itr Vr»fdf>mW ihr M(nt*4ar rhftrgrd with finding fhi* 
nv'vad b) Rnv iliirinc ht* Jlna**, witirh «av^ and mt»n* , hd lhara w »*• good 
Of havf prr\tmi«lT fwiM<-l»rd. pin rt in a ran«»n obr <ba montry ab-mld not ton* 
po^Mhir nr firi'ildf dupr Arronbocin Diinrably f4irh a arbfmf a.« ihai 
Ib0 Mirxrv nf Uaji.r Rrhimnn, (bf oibmtMni Itif nibfr day by Ur. R(>«f.>- 
IJftff fr.'in On<‘I*n<‘ tn Itildat •* <••• Unoirfat Ga<fMa. 

and hi*a»iifTUlf of ibf fo«l of tbf *; 

RatUav. •.o^ft.ooa poniuK Hcrlinc "frw Rnr^<wrni. — Tbf Nfw Rntov 

laa milo« of il«a road in Canada haiw’ vVh CoifrrunfnI appears to be d<'aliog 
already lieeii ron<tri»rie«l, and ai w figtirnuMy oiih Ibe que^Tirn of rntigra^ 
No^a Senbf Wiihthf«e beanfhe« m»le t»on in ilial fft»yut«e. Tlie iy*iem In- 
i4 i* ralnilaled »hai r».ww>.a*0 »iJI mm- tradneed be ihek pndefe*snr% has been 
pifie ibt «ori, eaiimning the r oM of repe n bit. 'and a new Fmigrant A|;ent, 

U U.Ma ponnda per mile %r Shrvea, has been appointed in place 
Ta fsrse tMa «nm Nnva Smoa and flew rf Hr Pericy. flew Rnin^widt offers a 
BfUtMoirk a>h Imperil ginrantee of large field for Ffnisraiinn, the quantity 
UHifUootU to the amount of I.MA.AOa ,)f bod at the dUpi-Aal of the Covefn- 
p^uwfU Merltog each. iho« finding two ment leing little if at all ahuri of lacUo 
oot of fire miHiona. For the fanadian fnilhone of arrea, ilte greater part of 
af the M-lieme, we reeapitttlate Ur mhirh i« of an etreUeiit quality Tbe 
KoV* word# I* reported — prire of the land i# three ehilUnc* per 

“ f snodn would aid the wndertaVin? arr*. to arliial eelllere. if paid fi-r in 
io Ibis war. 5bme year* .v», wr, Ihro radi— the money in all case* to be ex- 
Lord j;%ilenh.im. bnrrowerl a sum of peod.il in the opening and improremem 
l.aM.Mik p«md« teert.ng from the im- nf road- liMdinff to or U.roogh tbe pro- 
ntfol auihonfii «forpiiMie work# I'nCa- prrty purrhasnl. 

(UkU About h.iff of this amount lia«l The rrgiilaifon# will nnly reqiti^ the 
been ftlnre repoiif, or rather was to lb. piirrliavr to rlear Iwoarresthe firo two 
rredii of CafwuU a* a sinling food. It tear^. and to oeciipy and resiiie there 
was now propn«ed that if Fngland would one year, and Hear five acres before the 
give to Canada a rreript in fulf for Ihr graoi expires, the purebaser can in all 
whole debt, she would be prepared lo pay fi.r the Uml in Uluvr. if dtsi- 
eppropriaie it for the ron^iniriion of that r.ms nf w doing; thus virtoally giving 
railway It wmdd thiisrist fjinada noth- i.i ihe settler the land, ifl>e will p.'rform 
aotmiol ww«dd l<e a small irieeji| pounds worth of tabor on the 
eoninUMton on the pan of Fngland to roads. I 

an iinhertakmg whirh woiil .1 he more “ 7 ^e title of Ihe land not t# vesi lo 
nationaMhan rolooialln ji« rbararier the puiTbas^ until he has aeiually made 
(ffear I Tims S.iM.nne rut of 5,ooo - a setHementA.Provisions are also made 
000 piNinds—w hkh wa« the Urge*4 e^th to re s erve hind for sehoola* 
male of tbe coei of Ihe work— would |e The C,lnl«* says : 

•oerure.** I •* The Fmiffrant will find, when be 

In sdibtionM Ibis thereareJ.lMO.WW lands upon oiir shore*, that Ihf Fmi- 

•rres of land In ’lew Rrnn«wiHi and t:.in- grant Acent trill be ready h. alfeml upon 
Ida, ab-ng the hoe of ihemod. m lepv- b'tn , he will Ind plan.« of llie land in 
gSSMmrdsit. worth htHe now. Nil p.*r- *b' with deseriplionf of quality 
lion* of whirh wooM N-n me/valinW.'. Tbe F.migranl Agent will, after g.tir.g 
With Ihe rojul pa*'‘ing through fiiein On him full information, rondurl bun to 
Ihe M and the credo of the emrrfa«ie ihe County nn .1 l»isirifl Sortevor. wN- 
nsHf it is prop, seo to ro.-c the remain- tin immediately point Out lo him the 
ing pounds We Ivih'xe l*'‘''d on whi. h to settle, forwhuh hr 

llessrs Mjfdonal.1 ami Rose pate the ran have hisoption either to pav inlalwr 
question inwrh-teotHW.wlH.nw. I ondon or munry^os best suits his inclination 
UjU year, ami hcrame saJwiVd ef iU fear^ ao.| roovemenre 

^4 N..a Vmia and New BrnrK-l Th.< is what we caH a sound prad.^ 
wifi aeedrr»v.i«'-o,K.o have the n-ad.’ 

.od wouM^y of tbrnr .Nl.ty to oNa.n with Ihr most licuefiml ronsequrnces. 

it And tt ta Ihe enN Ihwip whirh would __ 

Bwke ithrTtV** Ihe pwnvwi nf the C.rand Tlie C-an-itan Csitry Act, as amended 
Tj unit Hath nmt brt — TJ — * — The C. *v- laM season. permiM that liereaAer any 
ernn^nt r^ewtalmn m ihal ihe proposed rate nf wrterf:a agreed on brlweeo partuA 
n«d »ll p.» ll«r — rt-«i ''lx-"*" I' 

„ u -uld. *0 *>.*<. W WiW inh.,. iii"'. mir i. to U sit prr rPni 
i..'Tl»«<*.iwonal<t.nM.I«»iK>n.»ltoh BanU jrr r-«rKlnl 1. »%oti pf. cml. 

may be uTfort to favor of A are weighty. 

and as *e bate before pointed nut Ihr Anwtsetna — Salem SMtrsowin, 
ditonery *>f g'*f *** Frame Rtem ^iwr. organ nf ihn AdninNlfwIion parly 
Wore vei^ h-ng, lead.* H« being a por- ^ goeernment io Oregon, 

non of an Ailanlic aiwj Pacific Railroad ihe admii—oo of thal lerri- 

IMawbtedlv. the inieostfeamc roadw.ll. ^ ^ Coogrru * 

in the cmane af iwi», he NnU, Nep h> ' . 

TI.-U„U.^rt,«rO,rfon.,r. 
alionand wewRb. lha >«m* prwmiri at r-~r~ / r 

a; tolur,l .nH hunw,n labor r.tor, to .. 7,*.. .» Ml.r. 

"'be fioaiMT* of ibe Province arc rrt-pga'OSl |A,A 65 ,* 7 * dollac* Iasi yr»r. 


tov« J. PahUsKso.— Shartly after 
kaviog CrenviUc^o the Ottawa river— 
oa aur right, the dute^u af a rrkhralad 
Caaadian public nan, Louia J. Papinean, 
iha fenwx Shaker of tbe Invicr House 
and ftrigioalor i>f Ihr RcbHkun of I U 7 . 

Ii is in the midst of a large scigninry 
here. La PfUta Nation, of yhwh he is 
the lard. The house is within a few 
j.irds of Ihe river side, on a law hill, 
half bidden by foliage, and with aNmd- 
aned of forest in the back l(round. It U 
a substantial, Irregular, and rather pic- 
turesque looking, stone building, w.ih 
iftwersand high pitched mof, and re- 
minds nne of the pirluresnf old Nurman 
rhatraux. . Here dwells, seemingly in 
peace and quietness, Ihe hero of many a 
hard-fought political bailie, who with alt 
his errors, was onqueMionaNy, when in 
hi* prime, nne of the mo*l talented men 
.in.j, according to most accounts, ibe 
aUe-d public speaker, thal Canada has 
ever produced. Mr. Papiocau ha* at- 
L‘iinetl*lhc palriarHia! .ige of fiuir score 
aiwl either thmiigh in.hffirrerwT, 

•r natural deray of hi* mmial powers, 
wkes lillle Of BO inleresl in the prr*efH 
noisy poLita of tbe country.— Acad. 
R(*f. 

An art was passed at the Iasi se«*i#n 
of Ihe Cahaifen Parluimfoi to allow 
^HeatU of Departments to exchange onicco 
without re-election. The Brown miuU- 
I17 being thspberd, three of Ihe prejcnt 
CaNncl having exchanged nflire*, ac- 
tion* have hren commenced at Tnn-nti- 
against hou’bL*. John A. Macdonald. 
Sidney Snwih and P. M Vaokoughnet 
for alU'ged ilkgalily of transfer of oflh'e 
T^lihoiit re-eleciion. The penahiey sought 
lo be recovered H 5 tO pounds from 
each daily.) 

LoBW K*wts' Pnoeuect —In a c* n* 
versatioo of KoH K-tpie* with bis ginl-i 
cner, oneitay, hr said, "Cforce, the] 
lune will soon rome when a man shall 
k aide lo carry the manure for an arre 
of lami in one of hi.< waistcoat poc kets;** 
to which il»e pirilener replied, '‘IN^ 
lime it, sir ; hot he will k iNe to carry, 
all the crop in (be other pocket.” | 

Anw«il 5 IW TM rnntn Ststis 
—/U las!, we have an admiral 
in Ik navy. The Navy Department, It 
is rumnred, has just decMlcJ that naval 
c.iploins,wben in rharge of expedition.*l 
simitar to that nowabool lo start for South 
Umerira, shall he justified in assuming, 
the title of, and he entHledto thehoners, 
and sahjtcsof an admiral. Accordingly, 
Admiral ShuNkk now flies hL* bread Rag 
xt th# fore tm-tead of the main, where 
Ymkeecommodun* bore hitherto located 
iheir pennsnls. 

Tbo eUcIric ulegroph. bolween 
Sydney .vnd MelbourM.iSDOorlycom-! 
plrle. It Is Blreody tn operalmn ibeo’ 
iVicloria, between Melbnuroo tod Alb- 
any; M»d ibrongh New Snulb Wales 
from Sydney, as far »* Gnndagai, 
within thirty bouri of Albany. 

Thermpire, ■ well known Aii*irahan 
papci*. expired on Ihc 28 th August . 


WrtBiMU-— lo owe Ugat rapocU 
^ bo (band an acconnt of a procood • 
Judge BctU far tbo din- 
cha^ of OB Eoj^b soikr boy.<mJ| 
hAewfi yeort ofofo.who boiboeocno* 

fiord for upwards of etgbi mooihs i« 
iho Eldridge stroet prison. »* a wilnesa 
on- behalf of (bo United States. A 
friend wbo visited him tells uS that bo 
found htOD without shoes or siockiogs, 
CfHopUtxuBg that tbo slivers of the 
, floor ran Into his feel and itxado ibeiB 
bleed ; ikst ho hsd a* sboea for 
.monlk. Thelasl.tivasasccrlaioad. 
l*rre destroyed by the rsU. Me. 
Archibald, the British Cooeol al ibia 
port, addressed s petition foe hie* ft* 
lease lo the Doited Stales District 
Judge, who very properly rebohetf 
(he barbsrous practice complained of 
by directing an order to that effect to 
bfl entered sLonce. — New York paper. 

j UawBiTTaa PoiTav. — Far down io 
I tha depths of the humsn heart there io 
a fountain of pure sn«l hallowed foel-^ 
log, from which, al limes, swell up a 
tide of emotion which wi*fds are pow- 
erlas* to etprevs— which the soul alone 
ran appreclnte. Full many kearis 
overflowing with suMlino llioiighliaod 
holy ittisgintng, need but the ** pen of 
firo'* to ItolJ enraptured ibouuods 
|in its spells, b Tbo ** ihhughls Uxal 
brealJto ” are there, but not the worde 
that burn. Nsliire's ow« inspirolioB 
fills the hesri with emotions too deep 
for lAleeahcl, Sod with the poelry ^ 
the hpxrt lie* forevur conccsled m tl^ 
|own mysterious shrine.** 

^ Vowritlcn poetry I It is stamped 
upon the broad bluo sky ; it iwinitea 
[in every alar. It mingles in cha 
nceau's surge, and gliilcrs in the daw* 
drop that gems iho lily's bell. U 
gluwf in the gor^^ous colors of. the do- 
dine of day, and rests in the bUckeo* 
ed crest of the glillering«toem-cloiid. 
it is on the mountain's heighl^ and in 
the cjlaracl's roar— in the loweriag 
o.ik, and in (he liny flower, where we 
ran see the hand of God. there beaii> 
ly fiodf her d-velllag plsce- 

I - - 

Nieao VotbUs.— I t is claimed that 
there are al present 1 1 .000 negro vo- 
ters ia tbe Stale of New York. The 
N. Y- Ttoes does not behevo ibeew 
a«o qoite so CMoy, lossaoch m tho 
tail ceoaiss ooly showed q.oooeoloeed 
rolers. The fwlire negro popolalson 
nflhal Sfete.' when the ceitstrs veto 
tileo. i8SS. wm4S.»>'6*. 

CHtffioiv.**— It appears from lb# ro- 
port* of the Assewors of the varioua 
lounties of Oregon, that there ar« 
42,862 souls and voters io tbo 

territory.' 

' 1 

Why is Gee woman like a Incocpo- 
live?^ Eeeaese she draws a tratoarier 
her, scatters the tparks. tr a ps ports lb« 
rpatb loxales). apd makes us faggel 
ilime and spsce. 


1 



VICTORIA. V. i; SATURDAY. DEC. 11. 1858 


lull just now there is great 
1 Can.xda The Bowmsn- 
nsays: 


ace • ha irouhtous lime* of 
as the province in *uch a 
ical fxcjiemeoi ; and meal 
re never was greater lause 
n at pcewnt exiels ** 


no Ji 

it auihot*) lor siHtin;, that 
iOvrnmn ut will Rujr;iiilre 
n mone) t iMiugh lu tuild 
ilway— to bcfotKcmUdhy 
whK:h was recently icpn>* 
: Colonul OlNe bv larud 
jnard, etc — ^ Jot*J New?. 


^^H^MITISH COLONI^^^ Frtaerloibe froi of the moonlains. in- “ It b lo the Mwsptpera of San Fr«o- aaoiber poputat 
rrm V. ..SUM ^ M VHwei*, V. 1. cNding ihouaands of arrTa. These are Hseo ibai. with ooe or two exeepOoiu, and less ambiti^ 

^*ii, 7 otcoii»soa./ Iflfacioxpecirtofdrydiggings. but It b we owe our bad Bime abroad, tod the oice reach our 

bevooddouta that the Other kind of dry 01 fi»«Atmr(>re|gnemigraiioi. ukeo to eocoui 

to ■ gi. » •• di^ngs exist plentifully lo ibe north; If I recnllecl right there exists In Sen not. Let mlw 

rorr. • •• ^ ih^y l]«vc been found where- Francisoi. an a&.*uciaiinn. which has Dui tbrir own bye -1 

sitcto crtu. tteeu able to search bden oxer sueceAsfol, for (he promotion bar ar dial 

iPvriTisricEiaw-iiv- wMSuo»r».*i them with any per»i.*ieocy. Again, of Immigration. The newspapers have hmion oft eau 
y,- rwu— a- rnTw-*"- ^ gold quarts are well kpown U) done brtier than the associatton. for they 5i»rviog them t 

exist on put river, and quite louerly fta*« succeeded nut only io stopping ail ,|reiy thrown a 

TnrFwAsca Mutes VtaOtesTEO; Oft. coarse gc‘W has been discovered 60 mite.* nuf immigration, but io keeping it ^nnybtiichtt 

Taa Distomy OP Foua UonTBl. By uplhea-iuamishrivef.onHowe'sSouod. ihemsHves. Much could be said on their and let tli 
Toa g„y ^ui bo way of ireallng every thing io Hus cauo- «, as to I 

VLraao\AsM)»ACTO»i. ^ but their stricrjrea have been so ni 

The above U the title of a work Just ^ , eudeoily tinctured with jealousy that * 

isaiied from tbe pma, written by a gentlA* •• go mueb fir the gold mines. And w ould k hordly worth while ; and a* to jj, Amertcan p 

man not unknown in literary circles. The lalmg a farewell look at Vicioria. their corresptutdems, some oribeirlcuers ^ 

work treats, a* iinille indicates, of mat- and iltough comparl*ons are. said lo be baie been so ridiculous, not to saj ^bsudeaia th 

tersconcemingtheinierestsof Vancouver invidious, let us recapitulate and con- worse, thal I rtithcr suspect they must 

Island and British Columbia-, gives a front whalbas been done there. have been tinclurcd with rum. emptioo, aiol i 

-u ^ U- . .»,* iJm*. nnd the Lturul- “ "> »»” «y nnihxag of iu climate, “ Assuredly there has been enough to 

abort history ’ . • • ii* unrivalled position and other natural find fault wHh, withnnl having recourse fgn.pxof a nun 

era wbkh have beencomrmtied by xai. ^pj,^ ,bg ,,| ,h,,^e ettggeraiiont. Most of ^ave no 

oui parties, and to which, in a great jnnueSces of monopoly, sluill we them have been letally unfounded, and ^migrant^ a»a 

measure, may k attributed the alight . . ^ progress In four - short I may Inity say lhai, under a different |be adu 


oui parties, and to which, m a great jnnueSces of monopoly, sluill we them have been letally unfounded, and ^migrant^ a»a 

measure, may k attributed the alight ^ progress In four- short I may inily say Ibai, under a different ibe adxti 

depression in our afTaim ; and supae-us months as in Victoria? Where now arc regime, tk almov superhuman difftcul- ^b,s ar 

. « number of remedies whirh, if applied at i,pr rivals, Port Town^d. W.xlcom. Sc- lies wc have had lo contend with would ,be 

once wiU a.s.*Ul materially in kinging |M>me, and the two .Semiahmon*. for have hern ovtreow. and wr Miort h.v ^,U 

»ho h.,e W our .hioh hoou doooor «..ou,p<- lor, lr.s,r,d of t«o* r.p.d.- 

bui. IlK i« u ^ rt,or..-,.oulJha,cprc«nl»dabn*hler — 

shores. .. u:,! Ai.i l..iili 


atjorts. there been so many street* laid out, l.iiili Nov* Scot 

We give bcbiw one or two rather iniev- of them Rtwde. 1 . mandsm- " ProxidfiKa.foxw-wxoatoBi. had or wmrV, 

tsiingcxuracisfrom the work spoken of, pian^^d. a« ewn lighted up. a* darned tkl it .should be otherwise, and 
which is neatly printed, and wHI worth \,fjoriaT F.ighl substantial whirve* that one c\.xggcr.xied dreams of peosper- of 

rarnc.1 out into the harbour, two brick 'tv, our ca>ilcsin Ikairshould berough- ^ ,] 

. I. .tn.l <lnc«mWJtol XW'* ... _ 


apentsalT.' r^imcii mu inio mr , %»• i. u' ■ 

.. candid reader wfil m.w be haul* and other bnck buildings, uunu'- l> inlecruj.lrd and destroyed. We have ^bw4 Knginr 

convinced, (and I am siHoking lo iho*e „„„ frame booses and stores, bc^idc* been Nought lo Ihi'o remove.' 

abroad for those hercknnw K wHIj.ihni ,hftw going up, twenty orthirty rc«i3u- of us have been taught the lessons of ad- bts place, 
the di^ppoinlmeuls aticmiing this ur>- ^nls and coffee houses, *lrambciats bmir ver*iiy. Over speculation is at an eml, bi^ ^ih *m 
fortunate gold cnisade have hail uoihing a,,,} launched. Id short all the keinning* and land agents in * n«k of say he w 

to do with iheexistenceof the gold HsHf. of alargcchy. Where a more I'rderli men, the scouts of cmhxalton, and who Hants 

and thal in presence of the numrrmi* ,^p„fa,ion,or morelaw-abidmg? Whore would have converted ihis country into m , 

obstacle.- which have had lobe cnBtendrtI |(,e United Slater a city wilhout t.i\es. asectfod Califorma. havcleflour sho^ Religious I 

with, the iiuantiiy so far extracted may laujers. or public, debt T Where in Ihe Many •maugrsni.v loo, of a of each parly 

MmparcmosIfavorahlywithlhcbcginn-f nilcUSlates the town or city, where ‘■'as*. 

ings of any other guld field, and is of jb^re is more money to k made, men country, have left us. en - ^ mflt 

itself a sufllnent proof of its ahundance f^Q^. by the industrious trader nr cnn>- ‘‘•I uni-ossibiU ics M^i c 

Meed ihe.Maie a the Hiuntry has alone b,an\ho is at all decently rtarted ,n rk.r wives 

hin*Tf<), m..rh*.ral-r <|uan,rt, fr,m H Vicinru T Th. Hon. 


tiinflereda omen girairr qu.imny mjn. bi^ business, man invicinnar **mi «r ■« 

being Ulen oui ; «nd Ihf Meady inmw , p,wf, renl.« are higher al lhi» mo- l>eudence f „rr "™' 

in the arnijim rnming ilo»n, and »hieh t|,an in San Franeisen, and in rpiie ruugeuu . . a|>pomi 

penhab., amo.^ ,n „e,. ,r .he su-lden r.vuis.on ,n bu.n^ and ^ ..“Tnl 

dollan for Nn.emher; though with a ,„c departure nf to many i"'’^ J ,„ea. Nordid »e .ant to 

eelali»ely email number nf miner,, imd ,„jer,. there ore seaerel, «i buaine,., importer,. Where 

aft the impeduneni, of Ihe winter mmo g pr«,f. hyr the bye ^ ^ j„,o Ibe martei » •''I’P'*'' 

in . ompele »ilh, add, a new penof to p,„,[,rily of the eounlry could s K„„r;,a-o in a furinighi, apeeu- ere-iemenl i 

the faet. If t^hore ealeulahun, ».ld „,em. Could San Franr.scn ^ s,a>e, 

bare been earre,! -lo,n in i^ pr«.t ^ murh a. Hui h««, |.|,oul at ma^y a. 

dale pinv. Ml ihi, would have been A.nd yel she had al her d.rpo- I f„, |gj«.- ST 

aiill more apparent ; tail H i, herompog„| , i„riinry poawssinR 'b- i|,tniima.nd baci I”' 

fwy day morediinnili to ohiaioihe real p„«w, fadliiie, for itneeoal ^ ^ »hole«lr ►«■"<>'» ' 

■mruut exported, for ^ery other store g-ommunicaiion* and emnmerce, without ^ for alarm U 

.1..^ b- — .-kuk a- mefchanis. ^ 


mcH-uMi r»]Mgi ir.,, .... g:..., g-ommuiucaiion* aim omiiiKu*-, 

Heals now in gold dw*i, hoides whkk monopoly lo cope with, have then reason lo be thankful. 

many grt their friends lo take or a nHghbourjugh»rt.lcpfes.s to Cexlum- bled di^ H*urss 

pi a small premmm, to avoid Jbe bee and dme every body ,nal to all. we have have w.ffioi 


pi a small premium, to avoid the ex-1,, bee and dme every body bavc jicrn a severe trial lo all, we have have w.ffiof 

pnsr erf IN Expee^. from her shores.” . aftergrowth of hope before the BnUah 

^Morrovef, and with resped »o Ik ih^a f^towmg paragraph the author spreading ik interest 

ftifurc ymW. hardly a spat Nyond Ik , ,h„,, ^ ,he army i.f assertions of those who akv' R 

bed W IN river bad been prospected m ,bo infested iN country a few weeks » „,e r.omp.u 

IN whole coimtry. and »ow within a ami wN wrmed lo , ,bp „old in our mountains, and ihr.v ctM al H 

fortmghl bank diggings have ueeo dis- mwrcpecvmtiog every thing o«ucrt«l » replaced by Borv, Mr ( 

overed cilciKliBg oo both aides of tk w.ih our advaocenrnt 60 «>e »o<>“ *>« ^ 


VOL. 1. 




THE BRITISH COLONIST. 


A. ON cossvoe. Bail*#. 


^TIROAY. DEC. 4 ». « 5 *. 


« r.||r- fr«.i. E..T, *.U UU. ;i.,ig,.ion.-V 

U m*ae 10 incrcwo onr iwpo • lou. Hastings ; bo «i«ildli*'e Such %tn nol lh« measure! »bici 

10 foiler agrtciiftore, lo detdopo oor meritod honor of adding a ^^uld enlifle the author to the roost ev 

oiiiio! and nor lisboriet. and proroole q,* BriUsh Cro*il. Had Qjche in Ibe temple of fame. , 

the inlcroati of coromeKe and inaou- pfosed himself a statesman, be resporisibiUly was laKen, how 

I... A 1.^.. j>1a«*4w mUiImI 10 a .... ‘ru^ U<w-V‘*<ta w.i« »nA^A. and 


# t. j . . Ik- Tot. mould bavo been cle^y entitled to a e^er. The Wocia 

la In ro u '**? In tbo dttcharga of our duty, when f^^rd al Ibe^K^s of bU Son* ^essela J 

okttt ‘•»*>«^‘W»cw«a«eipecled^^^^^^ of efTicienca or IneH;- ereigcL To day be arouW hONcbeen the p„^r's rKer. A 

IO|iToabird**.oyoaioworihocour»e in roloniae. ur« could not hate 


Hlo«ed to Da>igai« 
more necessary meas 


me mieoa lo pur»mr. gor»ico, w« aball applaud inenl, ||ii hie would nave oeennunurw, on® more wormy oi 

sbl« demand me ehecrfolty submit. ,oj-„„,-,|y4enouneei»rofnp«iency. death laroeiiied, and liis name imperish- ^jjy were n»l greolerresponubilitia* 
and Irusl that mltrm »o haM dooo ». ^ ll,g able. — assumed, and the country opened 10 

oor'plan will oiect the. atpoclaliots^of ^ aiinupl In Infurlunalely fur these folonifs Cov. if^Je and seitlfUiculT Certainly the ro- 

our friends, aod meril >»»o support of ^ penperiy insecure, or Douglas mas not equal to the occasion ihe countrjmere bellwkno^^ 

- ,-j .vAirAfi*. L ^ . j He wonted to sene his country with than any one else. Tbt 

u . h.Lof.«n.- .r^!" l,„n«r. and allb, sMn. lim. i. pa,„rt : ■■ Tl,c dtin. 

W.iQl«id.».lhili.Wpor.gtne ,H,„,p,.iraiK..i of p»l«. »ill b» Hudson’s ,„.l loomed up;” lo 

nos p.iklm. lo make Ihe • MiTi.n ,„„|j rebuked, and lh« .uihor. es- coropony inviolaie. In Inin; lo „pr„ „,j jounlry would be poaching on 

Cotoaisr” an indcpendeol paper, ihc pyjjjjg ^nj„,o,i,on. masters he was unsuccessful (^on^pany-® preserves. It Is presumed 

fhAPl*«ra Inje .* t &»/l . - .a. w.a« . a... e. l.a.1 fewM_ 


CotoaiBT'* an indcpendeol paper, ihc 

orgaa of ho cJiqtio nor ptrty-**a Irue ^^^,0,,,, 1, »-■■••• •»«•» ^ |(taie<winan. m? «uiiium?‘i however, tnai n m» c»ww:in-j nau/v.o- 

indox of public opinion. Haans oaly, shall receive mir support, n^.^r maried by those broad and cum* ^^the temper of the British people re- 

'U our NsIwotI politics me shall «»• Iq order to alier or modify our ‘lams prehensive views of governroeot, which ^o |hc Company, he would hava 
#r foster Ihel’lgyalty mfaicb is du»i to inaiiiulions. »krrc necessary to the tiroes and to the inaugurated a different state of things] 

^ a.i. . ■ . I_.l p. — .1 ...I AMU !• flftftpar. . .■ - _...U MAl aA 


•r foster Ihol’lgyalty mbicb is du»i to ,nd insliiuliona. »krrc necessary to the tiroes and to the inaugurated a different state of things] 

tbo paroDl coternmeot, and deter- f® conclusion, bi# hope lo make the roundaiion of a great colony. It appear- Uj^^nunlry mould nol have received 
mioedlt ODDose every ioiluooee lend t .» British Colonist’* a.meloome misi- ed sordid ; masMcIusive and anti-Brit- ^hich it mill lake years to heal. 
i„l ., o.d.^n. o, .oh..H ih»..- ,or. ,nd . umTuI .u.nUry lo iho pio- «h; .nd b»long«l lo n p«l ^ * «,retbnn».i.don.«« «|^clfdfr^ 

J.. ™»«iioa bo»w«n iho .Woo- ,f Briti.h Cniumbi. ond V.n «ily diploraacy .hrondrd nil- An Ad- chicf-Faclor o 


- - -- - AC* AfVUtVtCTRlTm\ MVlgallOn — COUIH li"t ^upiSeil □ HlOre p avAiAu. 

of Inter-colonial pelititi and News.GOV. DOtCLAS' ADllI. iSTRAT ' * „4 unsucces.vful. benefited the Company more, and in- 

Therrstewlooisl issues of tbo dry |n discussing the ads of the Etecu^ ^ no jur«d tl»e colony lew, had lie acted on 

mill from lime lo liioo engago our at- uf Vancouw s IsUod and ^Bnii.h C. ^ ®vpa„5ihe their claim lo “eiclu^ve trade, by 

lentioN. Particular interest wiU W Utmbia, *• lave to deol direcUy *1^ ih ” _ - ^ earliesl. granting ■ license lo trade, or by prompt- 

Mk« l..h..h«rbing,«».io...o./epro,.nmuv. Of Her ^ enough ,o Mnip..in; . dm, 

, _ . B .,• L beiflg no Csecutive ComncR lo either 01 vve see . . ^ am„m»pv benefit, as is stud mas the case at firsi 

“V ^Col«.l«r«pon.ibb,l..hop«p...«^^ po. duly- B, .hi.’ 

wohavtnoothercoureelopur»6. Mis had been mcansthc iraderwould have followed 

representation in the impenat pari H««ei”ntl, a much m..re delioi.e /.ill'Iculed up the coun^ 

anent. the ‘PaaGe rmlrwad. and the epoiiMnl on the admirujtreUoo In th^ wlony or wl to and ibousiiids whu have left our sboreb 

•vorlaDd wmgon ro 4 d aid ***«?*^- of puWie aflbirt here. th« M J^uld be > ' ^ ^ in his dis- mould have remained to add miUioM t« 

U nor local polilios shall ^ in o«f aider Coloniei, where the Cwer- ^ , ,,51. ^ our productive wealth, 

fhvnd tbo sore friend of reform. We mc b not held responsible for ads done ^ ^ h%oiwble see.*on was Wnered awty 

aball oim at inti^uciNgsudi reforms by the edvico of hwnunisiry. *e ,«re astonished. From his repuO- without proper cncAuragemool being 

aa 'will uod to gorereoreni locording The few oboervaiions which mepre^ expected any thing Uil a recom- ihown to a hardy and enierpriaiog pope- 

In |l«i well undertiood mUhee ofUre pnso ^ m»k« «“ ^ mendation ahnosi tantamount lo a pro- laiion to aeitle down in the “uniry. 

pblL It mill bo .primacy obj-* our ^ hUincon^ The smdl «nounl of progress which w^ 

tcodtoesiiblish ‘•*^"*• 7 *^®*';,^ poW« a IWin|i hnatile to the person of IS'dispmiiiM shosm towards eoh 

p^Cowlilulron woboMu rad.^- to dij^ tU nom- oDliaUoo. Towns, villages, fams. mlto, 

ly detbclivo. and mnsmsad to the ad- They pro- .ni^ht tWok proper foadi.-erery thing would hava beih 

tsNced condition of this coJ«y. ^•^«dfrom »• V -,.rher terril.Jfies *to » .wear alle- done which a slrongwUI and a skillM 

•boll cooDSol the introduction of ro- enieruin : We never asked at the hands ieciiritv’for their goodbe- hand aw necessary to secure the rew»d 

•posuibU goveremcNl^ system teog His Etcelltncy any fkvor; ere they shouW be allowed to of persavwing Industry. Fraaer'a i^r 

f^isblUbed in British America, by ,,u,ntiy have received no refusal raieuia- . }n4u»lrial pursoUs. To think w.rold, to day. stand high abroad ; 
whicb ibe peopU will have tbo whole ifd ij freate a private ^ne. England— who eras then engaged in er prosperity would be 

«nd sole control e^er the local iffsies and always have been to well- ^albV an ewlusivc home. OftbemanyhuiidredsmboUv# 

•ftbocolony. In short we *h.H kd- \Ve difIre wW. him a^ « the pol^y mhj^^ , through left this purl. Dot ■ iiil» 

vocato.CoMt'.t»*rK.ni«dclled «*«*»»««* |o«. 

ikAlribBh snd limiUr to Ibai of Ca- been prompted lo '!»« „Ilgjon, the peaceful arts of commerce, cutters would hare renwined, had it not 

lbeBr.U.h..nd..m.lorto»uloM-a fc, ®„onslitut»raI advisers, which .hackled mil- be» grosslf misroarnigcd. and 1 00, WO 

L- t » -i; k I*®'* ^ progresa of .. ^ ^ to propusi- dolars added to the debt of the eoten? 

In every thing these colonies. ,bar«Jer. Is to u. uioiy when's thtr^of Ua amount would ^v. 

Columbia wo shall uko a deop and believe that no »*n iper hads Fortunately for these eoJo- wifflced. Provisiohs would have been 

pormaapot interest. The iMereto o( ^^f,^r,bleoppuriuDlty lodlstingtHvh ®nlightcnrd miobier presided pfcniy ; tbt upper Fraser tborougl^ 

she two colooies.wwWIeTn. are idea- himself an a statesman colonial department, whore re- prospected ; permanent setflemcnUni^ 

,.4 .fc. 1 l McWr. « -n-l ‘h- V oi, V-:" tM .fc.nJV.nr.- ^ •»« 

'\Tt !“ fc"tii* vr .^r, Tfc. g... nn-a. or .fc. .d.-.n^ 

JtowlbeWttloaieolofBntiab^ iotrodoctioo of all ibe Uon oeturred eariy. J®*'**J«*^ humbug, would have teem 

bio. thremeJo Its pro^. and are.rt dvfliiarioo. and thus toy the rcspon^ity to *‘•7* oor Jealous wJvocales. 

in the euabluhinefil of Necessary ?<•' J* ^ ^^b,,h®fouitolkio of atwlion ope# lo Hund^ have told us there i«pl«il 5 of 

lU'ical aud oommrrcial reforms, are ,^,bindaIm.»lunkQOwV ftolhingwas instead of *” rtld on Bridge river ; jrfenly on Frarer; 

dusirs which wo clwerfully impose w but mind » organiie, and the imns for ^ ^ aver^ diggings are ahead id 

ewree i f. t>«ir eoluioos will ever be Ip u«it. f'®’’- i^^^rtWivBrohibH- made fornin ; but we haveno provisions. W# 

s: : ct,“r:rk.-. r ".cr ' ^ 



this the port of entry thst it was xir- for a bridge across tbo gully at the cod 


MARINE 


uNimiGENCE 


la the tardy ill-digested, and ul-advlsed tually a direct injury to the purtliasersT of-Waddington street. 

BAiu« of our Eiaeo'ive lhal thousands Whvwas It not made known at the lime |fr. Yates said that Mr. McKay bad 

the colon, in disgust ofsalef .It wss eithre bi.>len^n be- J™ 'Sf 

We Crmly believe that the lowntlons fore the ate or sftre It to make the pri^ 

•f aur Esecuiive were good ; that ha U cfanaaii-tn. If before, me believa that in Guverhor on tlia subject. 

honorable a gentl«hao, and loo sen- aU fairoess it should have been made ^a^er replied ibai he bad receiv- 

aibte to oootempofaneous and posihu- public. If after, then M nmsl appear ^ 

nous frme to have entertained other as a cool design to check the spirK of cu- there mas a “ Blue Book in his poss- 
Za « h.n’«. d«.r, .oh».0. U,. «u„- ..rprl« ia Ih.l dirfccUo,. _ uuh. 


Oiw, .•» 

wmA No 


HaS( U*rU«. Tt>< 
t0iS-4(r a«nU 


Srifcr Im, Iavui 
a^r HwrU(,C*e 


4»9S, that the “ exclusive right to trade net pu 
with the Indians,” meant an “exclusive ent 1 !( 
fight lo trade and navigpiion.” To us it Yates, T. 

Fu always a doubtful claim, and are f - ^ 

sow confirmed in our opinion that it The ^ 

*as based on unmmrrantabte assumption, 

Tbe proclamation annulling tbe license mr. McKay moved (0 defer U as Mr. . 
of 4SS8. does not mention any right but Pemberton mas not present; khich was 

tbe “exclusive rigluto trade with the agr^ to. . ,. • 

indimii*" In the conference between The •! » 0 clock for dinner, llip 

E„cuu.e .nd "ouM «rA»™fc., . 

diO^nt position mas affirmed, though Mr. Skinner stated that the object of 
h apparently differs miib Her Majesty's a(f,,rd greater oooven- 

proclamation. If thal Company did M;nc« in traveling between Craig Flomer tom House 
have the exclu.rive right, they have it md the Hospital ; lhal It would run Mr] 
still, as for as Uie public knows, for It If around Eviuimall Harbour ; and that the 

001 annulled in the '^ilr*\itei thought it masnoeearery tol 

hope that ibq government will enlighten ^ppQj„i diMnlerested persona Bold p - 
tba puWicotvtbIs matter, which las bad commissioners to view tha road before 
aueh aa important bearing oa the pres- eny appropriation was made, 
eatadminiatralion. Mr. .Skinner *®W*JJ*|* J*' 

We did suppore that the mtsiikes of as a gentle man well qualified 

theFcM would hasfe been remedied -by 
a more oonsuroroau policy in the future- 
But Judging from a recent proclaoation, 

C— 

a port of entry for British Cnluotbii, 
we think there ia still great roam 
IbMinendmeni ; and that tha Executive 
nuiK ba aurrounded by lordid advlaers 
who desire to prostitute pubik good to hy sp{ 

auH private ends. If It mas intended fu Crown Land Fum 

fetardiheadvancemeotofBriilshColum- HereaDiregulir 

fcu. « W 1 .V. « U W.U c..o...ied .0 K- H 

eomplish its purpoM. . , . . . to travel from th a road to 
Though the tendency might be lo (he harbour, ts vou had to either go by Craig] 
ialertsl of Victoria, still os a lover of our giov^fr Bridge orVicloria. TbeSpcaYer| 
ermoK O country, we cannot shut our remarked that the Saanilch Rusd was fin- 

eyw to the Insane and unjust policy of ished. Mr. Yates said ^al (f 

reel trade of the world. w ith the bridge, it would shorten tbe dis- 

The reasons for this given In the pro- ,,, Esquimau Harbour. 

dUoalioo are the moilpeurile that were ^^4 regular order mas resumed, 
ever offered by a taw making power. Mr. Skinner said ha mu unoartain 
W# Quote : “ There is at present rm* of- whether it would be necessary to pur- 
Brer in BriUsb Columbia empowered lu cha« the land over which the rood would 

levy the duties aforesaid, nor any siaiit'ii *^aVfr replied lhal it would dfr 

la the laid colony A mbkb the said du- altocfthev on the cliaracter of the 


Jamof running belmean iliis port and Fraser's 
t and river, sad that the rc^ulstloo of the 
Cnitoin House insking it neccisMry lo 


land or ship merchandise between the 
hours of p s. m. sod 4 p- m* * should 
,ho altered, ond that the House should 
thst it was done, 

Mr. Yale* said the Custom House 

* ' I- 

ih businees. that it ought 
tu be kept open all day. 

Mr. McKay there was 00 Cus> 

.. and ib«k si w«« unoeces- 

|!|r. Skinner differed ilr opinioo, 1 
ltd thought .a Cusloo House oeces- 

:er uid some appropris- 
I'lone were necessary for pettr roads. 
Langford, H# wnuld not aik the Houae for them] 
ftbeduty. to day. * J 

^ _ hoo.]^ Mr. McKay wet ia favor «T eoed 

lleman, and thought Mr. Langford lad commissioners, 
enough business ^his own to aueodto. |||., Ystos said U was absolutely ae- 
— .,--v - The Speaker thought it would be better *« sppoinl road oonoisaioD- 

eataWishingaiarifl.anddeclaringVIcioris 10 leave it to tbe Surer, x'aOepartmen*. Witheut them the public bifb- 

“ 

.,K,K^sr-“ 1..^. .. — 1 

The Sprakx replied Ihal ftaef folds bon. memberi , . ^ „ 

ipropriationa from the Mr. Ysiea moved Inst Ihe House 
graiH permission tp repair the road 
in the vicinity of Dr. Kennedy's farto. 
Tbe Speaker informed Dr. Kennedy| 
E«Gimait ib.< pera.i..io.. 

rr»iir thc House mould make ah appropna- 


WHOLElALa 


fivuism, 


roRwsann^o 
fW«T L 


StoMOV* M« -Wt. p»us F«V«» win W iw 
f«ur*S ft «l fM»W SwVB*wt«« 

IdtttS, to Om ftlM« «( *• tm. Sit. Ttsa,. niSr«>S 


HEW advertisements 


mOi'TlIGATV • reiTCIIWX.*J» 

0 p to ill a w I o N ' ss m a c w s N T e 
Suot VStuftt. 
estoiitw to«a. 

tea teunr w . a** rpM*<K«, r>u(«>i» 


adtimisem