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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1953

38 PAGES

Session-Bound

Island Planes Join OTTAWA

(CP)

—The

rail

strike

that would have

paralyzed Canadian train transport and left the country’s economy limping was called off Thursday night under government impetus.

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Four Vancouver Islamlhased Lancaster bombers look off at majority midnight to presa a round-theclock search for some clue to for yard the disappearance of two RCAF work ,„ e(te, tlv « October 1. aircraft reported missing Wed 195a. This had been one of the nesday and laat night. British Columbia's third air ticklish points in the negotiation.*. Yard employees, about disaster in three days was relast night when an one-third the membership of the ported 22.000 member BRT. are paid on an hourly basis for a 48 hour week,

The Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, after a aeries of new P«* rent negotiation* with the railway!

^ ,U K «l'by

„|„ rtrnmim , the government,

»c-

cepted a rompromiae settlement

and canceled a strike order tor Monday morning. ...

The

.

settlement,

aet

^ worked out

.

at

company-union meetings here after a series of breakdown* In talks at Montreal gave Ihe

Round Clock Search



that of a

T^P01^-

A 40 hour work week

Yesterday'* Miichell bomber, training mission from Saska toon disappeared Just short of carrying fi\e men. was offithe Vancouver airport at 4.33 cially listed aa overdue by th* yesterday. RCAF two hour* after tha Wednesday an RCAF .Dakota pilot radioed he was only 14 transport disappeared on a flying minutes away from Vanflight

north

from

Vamsjuver. couver.

The day before a Central

B.C. At 4.3.1 pm. the pilot radioed Airlines plane sank after a that he was over Maple Ridga. forced landing In an Inlet on 25 miles east of Vancouver. ' a flight to Kemano. There was no hint of trouble.

The plane haa

Make Record

from

Flight

Freshmen MLAs began arriving in Victoria yesterday to prepare for the first session of the new legislature, opening Tuesday. First act for many is a visit to the office of E. K. DeBeck, derk of the house, to be sworn in as MLAs. Here Mr. DeBeck watches

Anthony Gargrave

(CCF-Mackenzie)

slon*.

sign the roll of the house as Rev. C.

W.

lines

Parker < Socred-Peace River) watches. Capital also was visited yesterday by board of directors of B.C, Social Credit league. cabinet discuss

Before

Premier

Bennett and his with the board to

lunched

government

policy

for

%

session.

the

reached in the

I

settlement fifth series of

UA

area.

was

FLARK HOPF.

the

A glimmer

spasmodic railway-union negoin the last week, informants said. Prime Minister

th*

1st Laurent had hinted to the disputants In hastily-summoned

invoke

government might power* to

Establishment of a metropoli* "It Is alao conceivable that ample of “how ihe municipall-j tan board to administer all e* A 12-per-cent genera heavy and costly equipment tie* in l hi* are* can work •entlal services in Greater Vie for the trainmen's unto used In public works could together,’* tori* has been suggested by ,n He asked that the mayor *et come under Ihl* board and h* Aid. Brent Murdoch. * lr" n * “ up a special committee to study 'Vt™!"*’ In a Utter to city council used by all municipalities," his 'w effect February bu 1 and report. yesterday, Alderman Murdoch letter stated. r "Whether or not It would be "*’ ro* Ctlv* d* ,€ to said the board should have He laid such a board would a benefit * ,er* to all municipalities Jurisdiction over fir*, police, be composed of members dele The union originally health and welfare, school*, gated by the respective coun- financially and otherwise, to have r« rial service* under a * 35- percent boost f water, garbage, aewers and cils and cited the Greater Vicmetropolitan board and. held out for a 2(Lper-ce park*. tor!* Water Board as an ex

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General Remarks OTTAWA (CP)— The Com

defense minister, give evidence, expenditures com- and that lop priority would be mittee ha* agreed to by pass given 10 the last three of the the hottest section In the Curr»p four section# of his controverreport, at least for the time sial report. The way appears being. to be open, however, for referThe 26 member# decided to ence# to the first section of the start next Tuesday to hear now-celebrated passages. George S. Currie, th» Montreal The laat three are the sections accountant and former deputy which go into detail about how Mr. Currie thinks the army works services can be Improved. It Is the first section In whtch Mr. Currie uaes general term# to describe what haa happened to that army branch-- a “general breakdown’’ in its control, «eri-

on#,’*

Strike

Offered for Bird

Martwrr t

Aslrology

Bobby Hot taaamed

Join the all night search.

Th* Social Qredil government does not Intend to Investigate an assertion that the author of an anti-Semitic pamphlet which

elect Ita

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own

make

councertain

Two

Improvements

city

to

1

Shipping Site* Sought

"Indif-

“prominent

member

of

JUNEAU

Alaska iAPt

thal

clared.

"There'# no room

for

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movie

ICP> which ran

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Discrimination

by the post office department

.

.

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Column

Capt. Julian of

IJ.S. fleet

disappeared on a training flight through desolate country north of here. Its destination was remote Puntzi Lake, 214 mile* away over rugged, moun-

department.

This arhitary line

was

sultahle year# ago hut the environments of the city have built up tremendously since,"

he said. "Unless one had a lhat paitlriilar line

map

tainous country.

Ten RCAF plane* sought It during the day, and the aearch waa continued Thursday night In the hope of sighting Pars*.

drawn upon

he would not know passed the three-rent

it.

ihe

with

four-rent# areas."

when

he

area

to

General

Vancouverite

Shot at Door VANCOUVER (CPt — A man hot in the stomach aa he answered a knock at the door Thursday night waa later re-

ures Colonist Carrier

1

ported

In hospital.

serious

condition

In

a three-cenl stamp upon it. George Alberiaon opened th* Thi* despite Ihe fact that the door to hear a man say: letter had gone through only going to shoot you." one post office and was delivThe man did. ered 100 yards or *0 outside the Police are holding a 63- year-old

Tm

arbitrary line. General Pearke.* said t h e principle should hr that If a letirr is posted in one office to he delivered to a person through that office it should require

fisherman who. they said, was subdued by Mra. Albertson and th»*e neighbor*

One of the neighbor*. Charles Holme*, said Mra. Albertson «aid she didn't know the name of her husband's attacker.

Nice Weather for Ducks

—A un-

Cliche Right as Rain

Th# film Is "La Ronde,” he described as “clean enterscheduled to at art another run tainment.” because th* rensor refused to guarantee return of here today at the same tflbatr* under the title of "Th* Merry- the print. To this, the censor said: Go-Round of Love." "Naturally I couldn’t give him! The censor. Ray W. MacDon- any guarantee until I had seen ald, told Mickey Golden, operaIt.” adding that if the picture tor of the Studio theatre, that Is shown without getting ap-l he wanted to view the film be- proval "I wilt confiscate It! fore It was shown tp ihe public. under *eciton 12 of the Moving The operator refused and the Picture# Act/’ censor threatens confiscation of Last word from the operator the film If It la shown. wa# that the movie •‘will open Th* censor who pass ad lb* on arhedul*." j

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Taylor' •

l orle Wlggllv

commander

the

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Editorial* K. Morttmorc’a

It

Greer,

The

;

CJ.

carried

Calif.

air

operator and the provincial government movie censor Thurw-; day after it arrived hack In town under another title.

.

Maple Ridg*

The four Lancaster homhera concentrate their search 00 the Lower Mainland and Gulf There I# a of Georgia area. possibility that the Mitchell

at

against rural mail patrons was charged In the House of Commons Thursday night by MajorGeneral G. R Pearke*. V.C. Urging that Ihe existing anomaly be rectified, the Nanaimo member protested the spua tion existing in Victoria and environs, and in other centre* across Canada. If a letter was posted in Victoria. a ihreecent rate applied within the city up to an arbi-

,

at

wing 6, who was stationed Alameda naval atr station. RCAF Dakota waa piloted by PO Al Duncan of Hyaa, Saak.

the

Credit

attracted "lens of thousands of member# of all races and creeds.” anti “If this pamphlet la Semitic, M’s not ours.” he de-

RCMP

report from nearby residents indicating that a plan* had hern In distress In th* area.

bomber might have overshot Vancouver and disappeared over the gulf or on Vancouver Island. The plane carrying 10 U.S. Navy men disappeared Wednesday on a flight from Alameda, *

premier said growing Social

1

Kellche Tsukamoto, Pacific Coast representative for thcj Mitsui line, Japan# largest



movement has

trial!*!*

Japanese steamship companies, the Alaska Development Board annoum-ed Wednesday.

|

way. shape or form."

The

flshhoata

‘will

a that th* tract was “not Social Credit pamphlet in any

— On

heels of Japanese Induslooking at Alaska timber with an eye to purchasing^ have come representatives of'

The

But Premier Bennett insisted

fast

yesterday

reported that there had been n* l

I

Social Credit Party.”

Japan Eyes Alaska the

the

Earlier

of the twin- jet Canberra bomber is shown with the plane prior to ita attempt to aet a dp* record from England to Australia by way of Karachi. The bomber set! a new’ mark by flying more than 8,000 miles in lea* than a day. Fit. Lieut: L. M. Whittington (left), 29-year-old teat pilot, was at the controls. Fit. Lieut. John Anthony Brown, .TO, was navigator. Both joined the RAF in 1942 and received part of their training in Canaria. The previous fastest time of 45 hours and 35 minute* for the EnglandAustralia flight was set in 1946 by a Lancaster bomber. (CP photo.)

Crew

interrupted here for four and a half weeks last year touched off a battle between a theatre

Ip Again

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NCOU VER

French

ome*

Later he gave a favorabl* weather report enabling th* four Lancasters from Comox t*

On Pamphlet

Last Year’s Movie Demanded by Censor V A

Council Procedure

Wrangle

would

levy taxes and

local

ference” to administration, a haatebefore-cost attitude, what

sition member said privately rent-an hour Increase offer lo the subcommittee rame to 'he the 450 driver* for the city- derision on the theory that the owned transit system. committee'# Job is not to war Council, al a special meeting over the mistakes of the past Thursday night, voted 6 3 in but to try to do something #0 favor of a resolution offering they won’t happen again. The first witne#* was Hrlg the men the increase "as consenior legal tained In the majority award" of W. J. Lawaon an arbitration board, retroactive advisor to Ihe defense derjart to July 1, 1952. and effective ment. He gave the background of the Petawawa case*. He said until the same date In 1953. that one major reason the conTTila offer will be presented to spiracy wasn't discovered by union official* today. the army was because all the Union officials said Thursday senior men In the works detachnight that they cannot negotiate ment at the camp with the exfurther If council 1s hound to ception of one lieutenant were this offer by the resolution Involved in It. passed.

Today

Bennett Plans

All ill III UIIICII

,,

ou*'' security w-eaknes*.

city council's renewal of a seven

l«m

11j T?

In

women w< Royal Jubilee Hot "I feel quite certain that a treatment after beini complete study of this que* lison with a car last 1 tion would reveal that the Min* Eileen M. Br amalgamation of essential ser- Beerhwood. and Miss vice* would be of benefit to all Turner, 1206 Fairfie municipalities/' he said. treated for possible cc Council referred Alderman cuts and bruise* after Murdoch's letter to the city In been In collision wli termunlcipal committee, a move, driven by Richard fj It Is believed, which Alderman* Powell, at the Idler* Murdoch does not favor. He Fort and Rlanahard was absent from yesterday’s They were both council meeting. resting cnmfnrtahlv In

cil,

happened at Camp Petawawa EDMONTON* 'CP* A union to touch off the Investigation spokesman said Thursday night and 15 prosecution#, th* Pe;athat Edmonton hus drivers may wawa losses. strike Monday. This followed Roth a Liberal and in oppo-

Inside

government#

Greater Victoria." H* said that under the metro politan set up, each .municipal Ity "would remain autonom

Bus Drivers

To

or mendallon of • mine pro- dilation hoard report

54quadron Leader Richmond, described by RCAF spokesmen a* a veteran search and ream* expert, flew around the area in treacherous weather In a Canso aircraft without spotting any sign of lost aircraft or flares.

No Inquiry

I

municipal

mons defense

Set

whether

not the city of Victoria ta vidlng services which should * be the responsibilities of the mrt?

MPs By-Pass

In Edmonton

determine

re

of the Dakota crash, petered out before midnight yesterday after a search bv Sqdn. Ldr. Rud Richmond of th* Patrlcl* Bay flying boat achool. loration

1

talks that the

KAI.SK of hope that

ports of flare* from Mount Blanshard. due north from Maple Ridge, might indicate th#

tiations

1

been heard

British Columbia air mishap* since Tueaday lo 17. In addition, 10 men are missing after the diAappea ranee of a navy plane in the Puget Sound

mast of which were along companies had pro-

the

posed In recent negotiations.

I

not

since.

The five men brought th* number of persona missing tn

union a 12 per-cent wage Increase and some other conces-

1

Severely Injured In collision with a cur on the Gorge Road ypaterday afternoon, Jimmy Hook. 15, 2888 Heath Drive, is lifted into a dty police ambulance by Constable* Angus Stewart, back to camera, and R. R. McNeil, at

the head of the stretcher. A Colonist carrier hoy. Jimmy waa taken to Royal Jubilee Hospital with a fractured left hip and shoulder. (See story on Page 10.) (Colonist photo.)



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critics rail against the

trend in modern

schools to play down individual competition and play up co-operation. Many schools now encourage group competition and teamwork ertely cornjre "if the children have lo enter a world when they grow up 9 There is a glaring weakness in the old-line critics argument, however. They imply that cutthroat comActually it is often a bad petition is a g(X>d thing. The only way to replace competition by thing. brotherhood in the fields where change is called for,

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is lo train children in co-operation. As long as children ate taught to struggle incessantly to beat one another, they will continue to do so in later life. The only final way to change our society is to change the children. Old-fashioned techniques of fierce competition in schools made a strange contrast with the Christian creed of sharing that was often preached alongside it. No wonder children were often puzzled by the fact that their elders said one thing and did the opposite. Another aim of non-competitive methods in education is lo remove needless strain and ridicule from children of smaller talents. They get to know In time that they are not mental giants, but the news is

broken to them gently. What's wrong with However, the old-timers are probably half

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asked a prominent British Columbia educator what he thought of the matter. “A dtlrh-diRger doesn't compete with a doctor, he said. “We still have individual competition in the school* among those who are approximately equal in .

child should tie encouraged and trained to exert himself to his capacity, whatever his capacity

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< * *r Evidence ua« presented that ''Pay Was tout flays overdue Tn ,f " m filing Hie return, lie Wi* f)ned !i\* r ? i*t*oir $23 for esch overdue ds>.

Sunshine '

Krneat C, Day. 663 McKenzie A\enur. waa fined $100 In Sain U'h police court yesterday on a charge of falling lo file a 1931 income Ux return on time

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weal Pipeline Houston. Tex., to .....

.. lute application 1

fWJM.-IRO

pipeline

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casualty hat Thursday included three men of the Royal Cana dlan Regiment wounded in ac-

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ti

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WM

England

STOREWIDE

‘Very Serious' J BIJkCK DIAMOND. Alta TCP — Condition of five men

MILL ENDS

1

badly

burned In a disastrous fire at the Gas and OH Rpfiner les Ltd. plant nine mile* south of here remained “very serious" at the Turner Valley hnspital

Thursday night. Most seriously William pital

Pearson.

homed 34.

stated

officials

ahock sets

See Us for Your Roofing or Stucco

Requirements

and Mineral Colored and Stucco Base Felt

2-Ply, 3-Ply

Is

but hosthat If

could seriously affect all of the homed men Other* |n hnspital are Hubert Smith. George Murray, Alfred ln‘11

Ironaldes, and

Ron

We Can

STARTS TODAY

Supply Your Needs

PRICED TO SELL

N’lchnla.

Comp and Brown*

Grant

Always Something Different i

Special

Hiker

to

in past years,

Dies at 66

CAPITAL

VANCOUVER tCPi— Grant Hilker. advertising

manager

of

1K24-IR32 Store

Hilker Attractions here fnr 19 years died In hospital Thursday. He was 66

St.

Our Customers!

we extend

20%

discount

To on

all

all

METALS LTD. 2434

- Ci

75

R441

SUITS

30

%

400

our customers

Ankle and regular length. Patterns and plains In sizes 10 to 12. Reg 85c to $1.50

$099

SHIRTS

150 PAIR

only

Reg

30% 40

These have Iwrn with u* too in

long, so

$4.-V) to 57. .VI

OUT THEY GO

Only

Odds and ends, waifs and strays picked from our entire stock for quick clearance. Some countersolled.

20% DISCOUNT ON SPECIAL NOTICE

YATES

ST.

NEXT TO BIRKS

c

pair

DRESSING

GOWNS

Plain blues and wines with piping. Reg. SI 4.95. Only

$085

BARGAIN COUNTER Third to Half OH

HATS!

Cot interfiled

710

at

$099

Discount

Reg. 36.50 to $8.95.

59

PANTS

NAME BRANDS White, plain and fancy this group.

so loyal

SOCKS

1000 PAIR

BROADCLOTH PAJAMAS Sanforized, top quality Sizes 40. 42. 44 onlv

Discount

who have been

other merchandise not advertised.

PAIR

300

Picked from Regular Stock

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a

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New Gas

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1

The opposition leader stopped t'hurchlll said that since his scare came when a pile nf work here mute to Calgary, wheie talks with Eisenhower he felt men s cotton w«,ste ra?s burst hp Wl11 a,, ^ n d *be Alberta Pro “much herter equipped” to take Into flames on C derk. The e Conservative party's part in the coming parliamen fire patrol put out the blaze tary debates on foreign affairs with hand extinguishers.

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drug so fast acting that ihal a perihe VS. fier- the US. Air Force, Force hospital. hospital son can walk amund around on a Maxwell Air Force Rase, Ala sprained ankle shmtly after re bama. bama, gave this report: reiving an ln,ertlon In lection was de c v,.„ ln4, is reduced and pain Swelling scribed today to .0 the American relieved within '1,6,0^0^01^ two hours after Academy of Orthopaedic Orthopaed.c Sur the (he drug is la injected into Injected Into an geona. -•op, injured ankle. The patient can Injured The com comparatively pa ra live > new drug walk, bearing his full weight, weight fs called railed Hyalumnidase I* It is and severe swelling Is is preventan enzyme made from a tissue ed Thu This speeds Sneeds complete recovrecov extract of hulls. erv ery.

re-

to

.

annu *‘y invention.

ferenre

and

rp>

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r,,nfinM

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responsihiJ-

render even more im-

and

SMOKED BACON

.

He added:

Include negli nuisance, trespassing.

your new

10* will

portant. Please accept spectful greetings”

I

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thir

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the course

torts

fluence It

CROSS KIR ROASTS

you ?

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to

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liable for

tor,.

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a

Korean problem*

1

It

were hill

government would be agents or servants of their duties.

^

on

*

extent

full

^ ^^^

f«und

f

.

making Crown

the

private person.” On passage of .11

as the

hill

whole

1

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WASHINGTON (CP. Two coast Transmission Co. Ltd. at tratmn and go ahead with the new proposals for natural gas * point near Osoyons. B.C It ,..K " . _ ... Unill /1 call k.. export service in the Pacific NonhCo LM Commenting nd the report of west were announced Thursday near Boundary. Wash. f be te royal roval commission which Which In in K.. by the federal pow*r com The commission also ssid It vestlgated the proposed dam and mission. has authorized Pacific Northirrigation scheme. I he oppnsl -tv* ine csmumaaion c**mmi**,on said in m one .. ,lnn Mlrt ,h ' h' PPUclon., T,,n,™"imi**ion *•* ^ ‘»*^lf “an Northwest Gas. Inr.. Spokane, h,,, asked authority to conextraordinary procedure.”

agent* and employee*

reflected on the

country

10 ejuend among ih\ for a lung time to come the bene f trial in-

(Formerly Kwttxer'a)

1

* r*** I’ll

Justice ,.land h. ljlnd by hv it - h -a „ ..ih id A Pro Minister (.arson outlined in the Commons Thursday nigh. frr |vr ( on ^rvatlve governm,* nt unulfl prepared to act a hill that would make the <’-«n 1

you and

May your Increased prestige and recognized talents continue

HRCTORIA *s:r

Kuard* were thrown cardinal in the stoned history ’he 8-1 67.9 inn pride of of this bilingual city.

'

. Mr. Drew, obviously referring

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OTTAWA

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nonunion

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I

pl * c * in ,h * House of Com- 78 year-old Conservative leader a,,)un ' , mon " 1on *bronzed and cheerful when he left the bnet *' liner Queen Bn,wh merchant fleet Church hells throughout the ,am * lc * n holiday .liday and Mary at Southampton. ,,r hl * rhur,d*>- hut w,,rk w<* nf -head metropolis pealed a welcome bl.t n * v Visit R " *° to the ,h<* 1United n ,wl1 State*. States, States. He told reporters there tin that " n overhauling the ship in drv- a* a delegation of civic and Attendants neH , h* "nothing but good can follow restrained the hn? *h ran ** p,,t church officials met the carfrom President Eisenhower* 5 cheering and applause use with f** k on Nort *' *'•"** run dinal at the train and escorted £"‘. '*>*"* vl ’« »*« Korea was This difficulty. Labor memheri members. member,. February II as scheduled. s;-"'l*"d Yard underscored the hower. in .heir recent confer, 'h" 1 encr* in New York, might have .

Progres

(.CPi



Guarded u, p*

,

Project Support1

SASKATOON

ais Hill D1I|

: :

n Pledged by Opposition Oil

On

hut

all

vigorously

Montreal Greets Cardinal

l

i

fl^£«iindhimnm*fnrih^fli^i

nw

Dam



f

(want Giant Liner £ fy

,,H * v y

transport commissioner* as ihe penses were likely to increase to railways began argument on a *461,170000 from $11*986000 1*986 000 request for a $ per cent increase with the result that net railway f relvht r.io* .metatine income operating incom. was forecast f ... freight rate* George Buckingham CPR at $.11098 000 in 1953, only higher than the general traffic mmattcr e*u slightly $-904123.000 in 1952 mated that 'he rompanv would get about $96. 500 000 in additional revenue a vear Jr the 5 per cenr reque*t and a ’epatate application for a 9 per cent boost are approved h> the board. In

The province*

£~y •

3

'r,r

l

tarlo and Quebec opened fire on the .5 per rent request and opposed references



19SJ

„ n ... Cheering Public 1 untie l* roots C Greets h lire hill Churchill

jump Jump. u..v pperattng way «,w.,at,ne revenues revenue. P < ll,nb S. J. j. in 195a hv ‘n Luidv CPR assistant Ltddy. ,| m „,i by assutanJ climb rniiintMlIar made .the
K>,

MONTREAL - the ceremonies which crowned turn to this country and wish him a prtnre of the Roman to .express anew my sentiments c.*ivz Grave suspicion* of *abntsg? Catholic Church. of pride over the great honor h a "-* pi -‘- ,y > They your thronged qualities * downtown have M,t on brought to upsetting Coronationtaneous burst of affection from William Mornson to warn the plans—aurround the probe W'indaor nation and spilled ,h# greeted spectator* to refrain from fur P ub,,c hv Scotland Yard of a mystery out Into stieets gay with lights. Prime Minuter Churchill the r demonstrations.

7^7 7V7

rrrrT expected

Victoria, B.C., Fri, J«a

:

Blirst of Affection Burst

/'i

Expected lor (.PR nyAWA

—— — Swill (Lnlntltst

Income

Half-Billion FI

10

Discount OR

WORKING CLOTHES FOR DURATION OF SALE

ALL OTHER MERCHANDISE A DEPOSIT WILL HOLD AVY PTRCHAPF. FOR 30 DAYS

*

DORMAN’S

ON DOUGLAS

PHONE

0 531

1858

i«3

Bails Colonist

®lje

The Alphabet According to Giles

AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. THE ORGAN OF NO CLIQUE OB PARTY Published si 2*31

SETH HALTON,

Douglas HItmL Victor**, B-C,

SAND HAM GRAVES.

Publisher

Editor-In-Chief

FRIDAY, JANUARY M. IBM

Too Much burning of

TTffi

for Coincidence

h^npreas or i anaaa fire within 24

the*

liner

hour* on the

much

too

Queen Elizabeth are down to mere

to be written

Happily

coincidence.

the

on

fire*

the

great liner at Southampton were detected before they did damage, and what might have been a crippling blow at British tonThe facts nage was thereby averted. that these occurrences involved two ports, Liverpool and Southampton, and at the latter port two successive fires on the

tame

vessel,

seem

to

remove

either carethe plausible

lessness or accident as explanation. Yet the converse, sabotage, U not nice to contemplate; because It involves the element of disloyalty to a nation and its people. Accidents are prolific enough in a high-speed age. with power tools and not always the most experienced handlers. It Is often called a careless age on that account, but the truth probably is that In any time of fast production under pressure and tension there will be a normal mounting of the accident rate. It Ls the

in

The

vessels

long-range

a

view'

much more

L

for an

MISHA-

tor

chance.

ALTHOUGH

governmental to few other

far

TEAM

protection offered Industrie* in Canada, the dairy interests are endeavoring to tighten their grip on

Not conthe consumers and taxpayers. tent with the present year-around floor price of 58 cents a pound for butter, supported from public funds, they want the government to push the price up to 63 On top of that they now want cents.

the provinces to pass laws to prohibit the use of vegetable oil* In place of butterfat In anything made for human consumption. This proposal, presented to the convention of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture In Victoria this week by the

Dairv Farmers of Canada,

is

new

a

line

The butter industry has lost of attack. the battle agaiast margarine in some of the provinces, and appears to be losing it So the industry is turning its In others. It has failed artillery on vegetable oils. so far to persuade the Dominion government into taxing imported vegetable oils

will be guarded, though is not possible to say as much for his As for protection for the pocketbook. dairy industry. The Edmonton Journal sums up the situation aptly when it saysf “No good reason exists why the public should support any group with subsidies or protection merely because It claims It Isn’t making money on a straight supply-

Wish

r

lE daylight saving issue was settled when the majority of British Columits favor at the time of the

bians voted in

Word

that the

to continue the

practice of fast time during the

summer

months merely confirms that decision. The government could not in wisdom take any other course. As with most questions affecting the public summer time has it* devotee* and Its opponents, the former mainly in the urban centres and the latter In the rural areas. Much of the objection of the latter Lx probably based on routine and habit, a disinclination to adapt themselves to living an hour earlier each summer day. At all events there can be little doubt of the beneficial effect on the health and recrea-

THE



l\

Forum

LADY KWETTENHAM Sir.-

from

Then

great lady ha* Just pasted away and her friends feel an us,

A very among

ancttrato tod fall. of ih» •ritar.

there are those who want cocktail har* would do a thinking they would realize the had moral would Vive on young people, many of whom neVcr would think of taking a drink of liquor unles* it wit put under th>ir very noses, and hi* la precisely what cocktail bars will do. for entertainment. If these people little

effect such place*

Irreparable loaa

Lady Swettenham waa known

lo

hundred*

of Vlrtorlana, having lived

here for the past 10 yean. When «he waa seeking refuge from the German* In 1*43. ahe ram# directly to VicShe loved our city and especially Ha toria.

gard era

Surely

It

la

about lime for the people of

wake up before it la too late some Intelligent thinking, especin ih***e new liquor law

this province to

In apiie of a crippling disability, 'he shared her enthusiasm between art, literature, lan guagea and flowera of which she had an un uuial knowledge and which the loved aimve

and try ially

to do

regard

In

proposals.

Royal Oak

TOM CLARK.

RC.

all

Lady Swettenham waa keenly

Interealed

neaa to people great or small. Her memory will live long among tho*e have been privileged to be her friends.

who

REAVEN. Beach Drive. RENEE ARCHIBALD. Upland.' A. J.

Victoria.

RC,

PUBIJC REACTION Sir,— If the opinions we hear regarding the Stevens liquor report are any Indication of what the people of this province want, then 1 must aay Intelligence and foresight are at a very low ebb In B.C. For Inafance. moat people have the siUy Idea that

If

liquor waa

made

eealer to get that there

would be much

leas consumed. This la nothing but pure nonsense and propaganda put out by Uqoor Interests for their own benefit. They might Just as well aay that II the law* against crime were relaxed that crime would gradually disappear Liquor. In my opinion, cause* more rrlme and accidents than any other thing and It is a If it la mad# easier to get there more consumed, which will mean till)

eure bot that will be

and accident*

G ARRIOLA FERRY DEBATE

In

the welfare of the blind and In Si. John Ambulance, having beenthe head of a hospital in France during the Flrat World War. Only her Intimate frienda knew the gener oalty which prompted her to do ao many kind-

Sir. — In a Saturday Issue of the Colonist. you published ihe following statement made by Dr. Giovando. Ml.A-elen for Nanaimo and Gulf

Islands: "I had taken the matter up originally." said Dr. Giovando. "hut without any notifica-

committee from GabrinUi was escorted by the defeated Social Credit candidate In the riding, and now we are back at the beginning again.” The enthusiasm the MI.A-elert show* for

tion the

to Victoria

placing Implications upon my effort' to assist the people of the Nanaimo constituency must be very discouraging to the people that elected him. The truth of the matter ia’that I never at

any time headed any delegation to Victoria. It is a serious reflection on the cabinet mi llist era

MLA to Imply that unless a delegation headed by himself no possible good could

for the te

come

of

It.

I sincerely regret that the efforta of the Gabrlola Island residents have been made light of. These good people have petitioned tha vari oua government agencies for the past seven years, and have explored every avenue of hope In

their efforts to obtain

a

solution

to

their

problem. I trust they will not be discouraged by the remarks of their MLA They will have an opportunity to reetlfy their mistake this

roming spring. 35 Commercial

,

.

Street,

E. J.

BREWSTER.

Nanaimo.

B.C.

X

(or

mail

SUIT to*

a

MM

El

far

Inm

Kavto

lurmai fMf

a

K.

S MIC

far

US

=

fro*

bark to U»»

bark mi Ik pm

WRONG

toa

UIIIT %

u far

U

to

f«*

bare

T (to YOU. Haw vatola aaa f«ar raa -* »to kew van thtnk lk*-» Aa

Trieste or. to give

on

E

ZINC.

(to

RUMPT

4 tor

Tkmi Ike aia« and U> r Map.
name,

official

people and The son the

often

too

down father,

looks his

specimens

10

years

century costumes and porwhich she sums up thus: 'The picture, we are sorry to say. Is of narrow shouldered little men flaunting in Tailor of Gloucester embroideries. all satin-stitch flowers and cut glass and mirror work, extremely 18th

steel gladiators

1

.

with

a

It

less

On

favor of Italy) proach to the Trieste problem.

unilateral

ap-

to create a united front of the

« * * Everything went as well a* could be expected with the two zones, A and B. until 1948. when the Allie*. wishing to placate a weak Italian government threatened With the Red flag and having no particular reason for befriending Tito’s Yugoslavia, then in alliance with Russia, agreed to cede the free territory of Trieste to Italy. Later in the same year, 1948. Marshal Tito, in a dramatic. superhuman and heroic effort, threw off the Russian yoke. brought

This

about

radical

a

change In Ihe balance of power In Europe and. with M, the necessity

and with serious efforts being made Western powers, allied policy has been directed toward inducing Yugoslavia and Italy to reach a compromise on the Trieste problem by direct negotiation, and if thla policy so far has not met with much sueces*. no objective observer can deny Italians, rather than the is the Yugoslavs, who are to blame. The reason for this ia to be found from the fact, that while the foreign policy of Yugoslavia is concentrated In firm and authoritative hands, that of. Italy Is subordinated to the electioneering ballot box and In the baneful it

atmosphere of a virulent anti-Yugoagitation

slav

In

the

Adriatic.

An indication of the line upon which the Yugoslavs have been thinking was clearly given by Edward KardelJ (Tito’s foregn minister) exactly a year ago; and there ia no reason to believe that the Yugoslavs have greatly modified these views.

The on

remarks

of the minister’*

gist

occasion,

this

made

before

the

Yugo*lav National Assembly, was that the chief Mumbling block to a compromise with Italy waa the tripartite declaration of 1948, Involving the transfer* of the free territory

Trieste

of

to

especially

Italy,

a*

was a 15th century «ult of armor and this height rather upset Peggle’a applecart, but there ‘was an explanation Mr Lane’s knight had to he repropped recently and in the process the figure was extended a bit. probably about three inches. * * * Five fool -six, he thought, would he about the exact measurement of the medieval metal suit, which would mean that the man who wore It couldn't be any taller than five five. This particular man of arms war a German, as It happens, but I dare say English knight* were no bigger. In fart ex RAF flyer lane added the rider that Henry VIH’s suit of

London show*

Maps and Measures maps, at one Ume or another, and so there Is more than academic Interest In a current attempt to revise the basic scales to which Canadian maps are drawn. The standard practice I* lu

E

make

the

miles

to

uses

map the

represent

so

Canada

Inch.

l*

many now

covered from coast to coast by 345 maps each on the scale of elgljJ miles to one Inch. In addition there am larger scales such as four miles, two

one mile

miles, on.

down

the Inch, and so

to

and even

to half-a mile

less.

Miners, prospectors, travelers and

Indeed the public at large have be

come used

to this standard of measurement. But the army has a plan of Its own. Its own gridded maps are largely on the decimal system; for example. 1 to 30,000. Thla autta

military purposes, but for those acrust omed to thinking in feet and miles,

plan

it is inconvenient. The decimal must he. translated into such

awkward

scales as 0.79 mile* to one

one mile equals 1.367 inches. This matters Uttle so long as the

Inch, or

own map* and

all

other map users keep to the Inchmile arrangement to which they are accustomed. But apparently it ia now being proposed that the department of mine* and technical surveys, which of Is responsible for the production most of Canada s map*, switch, over

The

decimal aystem.

to the

decision

not one to be taken lightly, and no doubt the Interdepartmental committee now set up to study Ihe ques Is

lion

will

weigh the practical

diffi-

culties involved.

something to be said for the decimal system, however. The proposed switch would be a step, though admittedly a tiny one. In the

There

la

direction of adoption of the decimal

system for measurement* themselves. This of course would be revolutionary. It would mean replacing miles by kilometre*, yards by metres, and ao on. And the' sama reform is obviously needed for weights and mea

th^ way are enopnous; yet Europe was able

The

sure#.

do

to

It,

the ta«k

difficulties

In

and, even at thla late date, is

not Impossible.

Frenchmen

not.

Today

Were

the Trestlnos tor population Trieste Itself) consulted In the

of

matter, they would, no doubt, favor a free territory and port under their administration under the auspices of the United Nations, a solution which

has

been

One

course, yet as you tee our forbears were rather Uttle fellows dw

thing

but

past,

and that not likely to he

certain,

I*

that Yugoslavia

is

in

l» In-

duced to deviate from her course by the application of economic sano Hons, evidence of which ia the fortitude and courage of Marshal Tito In overthrowing the economic yoke of the Russian colossus.

The GREGORY Packsack CLARK

Or

Y

OU may

have noticed on the radio weeks that several of programs are Introducing a

recent

in

the big

high cultural tone In their announc-

Halt way

ing.

through the program. which may be the same comedian, a

still

old

act-

distinguished

sw^cp

will

ress

onto the air with all the grace and charm with which la



sweep onto the mellow tones she

to

accustomed

drawl through a dreamy descripmotor car. the hair do or

tion of the

whatever

being sponsored.

Is

For luxury, she says "lugsury." Say Try It on your own vocal tube*. •‘lugsury/’ and see how you fairly sink down Into the upholstery of your even If It hasn't any. Sen*# the exotic, swooning quality of tha very air around you. even If It la still rich with turnip or steak and onions, the moment you utter that magic

chair,

word: "lugsury

"

Not only is radio putting In the*# pinch hitter* of ladies of quality: they are trotting on a few male voice* that are heavy with culture, as a bet to Is heavy with nectar coming home the hive Accustomed as we are now, aft(^ a quarter of a century of radio

ua.

culminating In the circus calliope

of the singing commercial, it come* as a shock to hear these new mellF fluous voice* coming out of the box.

Radio

up

Itself

built

Into a

It

looks

there

If

*

la

phenomenon

*

With the schools, the city water service and the public transit system satisfactory

the

Utopia

letter*

to

everybody, Gazette ever

to

the

count the fact that dozens of cancompeted in each tournament. one discover* that feminine beauty ia an extremely frequent didates

how

will

* of

get

any

* beauty

always car.

queens

r

0

0

ph suited that the accident

editor?

* The number

elected throughout the world In 1951 amounted la 11,712 Taking into aa-



*

In traffic safety literature

of

the

drlveria

U la

fault,

la

em

almost not

the

This could lead to a new style thus: “Joseph 'Jones,

reporting,

accompanied by 0 traa

last

hit

night."

new

ardan,

hit



24 ring

adopted holua bolus the It technique and ihe tempo of the dn

circus.

spielers.

Its

calliopes.

Its

fortunetellers,

the

find

an exciting

as time ahead. Judging by the fact that a typewriter company la adding a **!" key to Ka standard model.

;

spielers, to the mechanical, rapid fire voices which radio has Inflicted upon

Ms

Its clowns. Its high wire aHs. not forgetting all the llttlo side shows and tent* where you could

Canada

A spite their deeds of deTrtngdo comforting thought. Next time you *ce Tvanhoe." for Instance, you needn’t feel unduly impressed by the black knight; your hlgh-srhool son would have lowered over him. probably pushed him on his back with one hand.

the

in

the U.N.

grand parade*.

brought

of

tried

wrecked by Russian obstruction

elfher,

their armor with them to that I know dT, but presumably the early Canadians were of the same miniature stock. Good gear may go In small bulk,

would seem that Marshal

It

Tito considers it better to leave the Trieste problem in status quo until the more Important matter of consol l d a 1 1 n g Western defense is achieved.

cua.

lo have been quite a small man. Holbein and Charles l^aughton notwithstanding.

Britons, or

what was possible and what was

of

will Its

him

No

KardelJ further stated that in to reach a compromise, ihe fact of the existence of the two zones must be recognized and a Both governthird solution found. ments should have a realistic view

any attempt

she

Cttlxeni

army keeps

bpria

Yugoslavia had already consolidated her hold to more than half of the 285 square miles of the territory.

stage; and In rich,

(From The Ottawa

verybody

Dally

of Trieste

pres*,

Italian

coupled with a mischievous postwar revival of Italian irredentlsm In the

In

un the telephone. Would he put the rule to his metal knight, from footplate to helmet top? That he would, replied Mr. Lane. He came back In a minute. Fiveknew hla foot nine, he reported. I

of

and

laboration,

who

knighthood

flower for Victorian*. Alas, they weren’t there; they’re In the warehouse, I was told, dismantled. Then I bethought myself of the doughty figure in srmor who guards the barunial hall of Esquimau’* Olde English Inn. and I called mine host

Tower

This

Yugoslavia.

found expression, first of all. In financial assistance on a considerable scale, and then closer political col-

Now Trieste has become a bone of contention between Yugoslavia and Italy, both of them Interested In It more for political than economic considerations. Far from the problem being solved by the two zones into which it has been divided zone A including the port and most of the littoral under 10.000 AngloAmerican occupational troops, and Zone B. In the hinterland, mainly populated by Slovenes, who have every reason to rerifember the tyrannical regime instituted by Mussolini after the First World War— L fast becoming a serious International problem which endangers that Western European collaboration so vital to the peace of Europe.

smaller little trails some distance behind

typifying

toward

attitude by the

More recently, with the Russian menace lurking in the background,

It

even

Peggie has another note on sizes: -We have it from the organizer of London*! first Waterloo hall since tha original that she had to put page hoys Into the suits originally worn by the footmen at the Brussels occasion. Which goes in show that very little more than 100 years ago the British were still very tiny.” Reading Ihla made me want to do some measuring myself, so I hoi-* rowed a spring tape and hied me down to Woodward's, thinking to al/a

more benevolent

a>

tions of feeding the hinterland of the Danube basin, then Incorporated in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.



It is only a century, the other way, men were the height of small So In effect saya one Peggie boys. Phillips in a magazine that recently reached my desk. She had been in Edinburgh and visited an exhibition

since

both as to material and handwork.”

of

Allies in

PRESTON, OBE,

H.

From London Tlir wrUtt Mn>to la tha BiHUh tor*ijn l* nin »nd bald important Sarvtca lot both HplemaUc poiU ib Cornu! a; and Ha la (ha author Curtii and Saatat Rutata 'Boiora tha Curtain.*' and a caan ot> at tartar at poUUral tranda ia tha oorld todar

.

hence.

mall In the

of

from Trieste is being studied Washington and London.

bigger

land

now

woman

the

Before the war Trieste was an Important Austrian port, both naval and commercial, carrying out both its natural and geographical func-

daughter

the

is

problem

are current reports that withdrawal

physically I mean, and If the process carries on there are going to be a lot

while

Its

THOMAS

By

allies

War

World

thorny

Progressively, as

bigger.

fine,

victorious

the

to

and

the Free Territory of Trieste. There

get

elongated

of the least plefsant legacies

left

unsolved

ard* (rather a tall order I’ll admit) they were not much more than pygmiea.

noticed,

of

NE

after the Second

very

no doubt you have

have been

Readers’

were

old

of

up those hollow

"» toBUlna inurvit ar* ••team* U th*? ar» anal iMtara U Uv* *41 tor »* Mr Ma t*Mto a>UI to toaarto# u» •Halt, sr lt» part. r«api o«*r tha altnatuta UnMlIrltM aorrcapoMaac* cannot M return**

O

TOM TAYLOR

knights

traits,

becauw* a plebiscite endowed such a move; in the same way the majority vole throughout the province indicated that what is known as daylight saving should be invoked each year during the summer months. Other areas across the country will follow a similar course this year as usual, and while it would be more convenient wkre the Dominion as a whole to go on fast time automatically as it did during the war, British Columbia is making no mistake in sticking to what is now a well established custom. That was made clear in the plebiscite of June last.

*OUWOOF

W

PATOrY

ter

fwi

The Unsolved Problem

bold bul. strangely enough, very small By modern basketball itand-

of

tion of urban districts that derive from the extra hour’s sunshine each day. Plebiscites are not binding in a statutory 9ense but there would be little use holding them if their results were to lie ignored. The liquor laws are being revised

P

TW

t

— landau

Thinking Aloud

It

basis.”



%

,

TASK.

tor

f

wsrif *0 rtM reoa A>— 4 rr»

iMtiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiHiNMNtiiiiiiiiiiHiNiiiimtmttiniiiHiiimiitNmiimwhnimmimi

consumer’s health

the Majority

It Is

June elections last year. government has decided

the Canadian market. Now it wants the province* to use their authority, established by the court decision in respect of margarine, to protect the butter interest* agaiast competition. Thei* Interests in their nation-wide campaign against the use of vegetable oils have professed concern for the health of Canadians if so-called “substitutes” for dairy products are allowed to be sold. There are pure food laws in this country stringent enough to take care of that. There Is no reason to doubt that the

and-demand

T

0 (to 1’NIPORMS.

SPIRIT.

By

from

b^ukl.

l*«T mm.

«

1: T

of thoea and ships and sealing a a*.—of cabling oa and king*.”

so heavily that they would be driven

Jar ORgANIS?INC TIM*

Hint

totolte

to fTMil

NT<

V

Drive for Protection

enjoying

to*a*

serious

across the Atlantic, which will be pushed home to a conclusion without doubt, will prove successful in establishing the real cause of this succession of disturbing events. They seem too directed for mere

NASTY

far

N

TYPE.

M

r«e



New

MOTH* X* wltnUto mr WT * -

II tor - I>t I

XL

Tt

An arsonist could be one disgrunted one. rndividual of temporarily deranged mind, but a corps of arsonists under direction and with one deliberate objective would he a very much more serious menace. One hopes that the current investigations

Incidence of the damage that draws attenTraru*-Atlantle shipping and transtion.

ocean aircraft both have come

been troop-carriers

have as well as luxuriously appointed passenger They are part of the very liners. medium which the West, if need arose, would need to make good Its pledge in the defense of Europe from aggression. While possible sabotage would be rigorously sifted in any event, the connotation* in connection with shipping make this course doubly imperative. That covert efforts might be attempted to hamper the Commonwealth’s assembly plans for the Coronation in June might That have been expected in any case theee might go the length of crippling tonnage is another matter, and from the ents.

and two outbreaks of

1

the

shell

games, the gipsies— the whois Hrcua there. 24 hours a day.

wss

We

are

radio

told

ia

frightened

possible to de-

about tect on our radios recenUy some evidences of confusion, if not of fright One of them la these more fiaquent appearances of very high class ladies murmuring "lugsury " Cam M be that television.

radio

la

ia

to be forced out of the cirrus

gam# by

television,

the idea of its

It

own?

making It

ia

fruitful field.

and

is

toying with

the field of culture

a fruity,

If

not s very

!

E

ch

Skillings Ruled

e

Z .™e fitZZ Committee Positions

Residence Rule Passed |

A

ra

Switch of chairmanships of Aid. Waldo Skillings In the making Margaret Christie and parks group was approved by firemen

It

Aid. Mr*.

compulsory for

to

within

ll\e

council yesterday.



-

.



irad,,ion *

welfare

Lnarge Set

p° 8,,, °n

1

f |

***"*

Mayor c,aud*

wy

a _

r* ~

»•



ever

*****

"

building

19M,

In

inH Ol'OS

sales held in

the M

were

13

to

benefit organizations which fere established outside rhe city of Victoria.’'

roadway

into the

Kiwania

were prev iously allowed Village old age. low-rent housthe building frea of ,n $ project was approved by

All

In

the will be

organizatipna

pay for Janliorlal

addition to free sewer services already installed bv the city.



service*.

Sugar was often burned for Islands between Canada and Incense by the early settler* of the North Pole cover an aggre Mexico in their Christmas gate of more than 500.000

New

celebrations.

For Sanctuary citizen has feelings from a personal point to lend Mr. and Mr*. of view but could not agree Worthington Ijike the with them from a point of view money to buy a lot adjacent to of city business.

properly to bird sanctuary. their

preserve

M

>U

tW*S£w£i . VU*

Armed with

l

r*M

9 u ‘ ck ,

^

,

7

o ,ic

T#ur

“•

'"*“**

M

U-k»UM-S»i Nrourr aot»*r •ppoinun*si».

lnsu|/« no* aboui

P* in ai«> Lumtwjow Neuralgia,

JSST

0n£

at

w*

w ", h

T

r»ia*

caiu «h«« r*u r# «ul,
m»1m.

Phona

TELEPHONE ANSWERING 8ERVKC OF

***

*

laniarkaois la* roai

thla

Sdsuc.

ot

hird-lovlng

couple

***

history.

Mr.

G. Hungerford, Executive Vice-President,

J.

past rear ha* been

committee

I

HOI A

earlier stand, however, that the city could not make such a

concession

K.

G B«BM 1>. Mi mi,

3.

4.

and divulend disbursing agents for corporations; Hie Saving* Department, which accepts deposits from the public.

w*

I

I

CAW mm

think the general impression

part of our net profit

*Jl

I

is

is

and

“Take It from me. It's imir-l waa the title of a talk givrn by Prank Lesley, former chief detective of the Alberta Provincial Police at a meeting of the Oak Bay Kiwanls Club In the Oak Bay Beach Hotel last

COO to MS-

A.

after

tasea

oc-

tha

ail

min is (ration of

in Manville. Alberta. In 1938. He took part In solving this raae. A directors' meeting followed

on our probt* ha* mor* than

trebled in the past thirty years, 'hut lh# fee* allowed

> •

,v Ae O

executor* and trustees have not changed during

SACS** mcmAA**

that period.

»AT*0

lUsealftal la Hi*

Crosswalk Bid request

by Stuart

ed by tee which

felt

adequate

ties

were provided

and

at

at

factll-

4

1

PkI 8< MlIV *d
BIT

B.C.

PRODICTS

them by tha public

It

that exist towiay.

the administration of eaiates ing usa of their services,

x 10S2

Bakeryj*^

PANDORA AVENUE

(Neat to.Wellbum'* Grocery)

V^z) / yki

Featuring a full products. French *°d fancy gooda.

ft Sft

IB

A Wk

line

and

Danish pastries,

FRESH RAKED HOMR-MADF. BREAD Manv

Varieties

is

an increasit

is

crease

in

assets

held

for

this

account

of

over

should also point nut that in 19.'»2 the number of W ill* appointing the tympany waa

$10,000,000.

I

greater than in any past year. difficult

and even hazardous.

Not only mini a trustee possess *4Mj»d business judgment and the ability to account strictly for all the assets which pass through hi* hand*; not only .must he ha ahla to iavaat wisely, show skill in tax

N

of quality bakery

— there

la our (^om(>ariy

notable that the total amount of new estates, trusts and agencies which came lo us for aiimioralration this past year exi-eeded 940,000,000. Payments to beneficiaries, t4>gefher with amounts required for ucceesion duties, deb|* and claims of various kinds, amounted to over $30,000,000, leaving a net in-

Trusteeship can be

OPENS TOMORROW SATURDAY, JAN. SI

l

alleat* to this fact.

If thev ara to perform effectively the duties entrusted lo them, compensation muat he fair and

The sen ices which truat companies provide today are becoming rein h belter known lo the public. In the held of personal trust*— and particularly in

Hillside

1

Tt i— aa

technical

A

will

k«n*im Gatata

Voma Vaacaa

1

Itftt

PANDORA

mar "I

my

ago a successful investment deales your investment 'know-how! tea* you will gat for lookThi# "know-how'J » O ot gamed

feel that

estate.::

it

Manv veara ago w# found how baaardoua wa* to rely completely on tba advice of others. decided to lortn an analytical divuuoo of our

Wa

own. Over tbe veer*

it has proved itself time and runs again in helping our lnve»uueut Committee to solve ilia many prubiem* which it baa faced.

W

This .can ha a difficult task for any trustee— much more ao for an inexperienced one. W a believa that our experience of almost fifty -five year* in the truat huaioesa ia of great henebt lo our clients and beneficiaries in helping 1»« almost lo solve 1 unlimited variety uf business and family of his trust.

in tbs

course of estate adiumiMrsUwo.

A mar u Pm«w

at

MM

Another requirement of good trustee* hip I

think

ia

frequently

supreme importance turnnig over of

qualm

hn

lost

sight

of— ia

— and

one which

integrity.

It

ia

of

that ooe should ha able to direct tba

This

tremeoduua mntributiou to the fresco of mind of any person who ha* accumulated an estate and to hta tanulv whu mill be depaudent ou it. Tfte appointment of Nalioital Truat (xunpany a hnan< tally res(Htn«ihle corporate trustee— a**ures out only this peace uf mind hut a continuity of adnmmiration which will be is

uninterrupted by death, i)lne«* or old age. In no small measure the sur«r*a uf the

Company

has

resulted from the good relation* established

dealing*.

real

it

among the idhas business or professional

Ilia connections

ing lifetime,

which our clients establish durwhether with aolintora, inyealment dealer*, insurance broker* or ufhera, are always in rarrying out its duties, in

estate firm*,

respected by the

Lumpanr

our relations with the legal profession we liave aJwavs endeavorni to maintain a standard of conduct which will bring about a feeling of complete confidence on the part of

member*.

the stated policy, of the (xxnpanv that legal matters are to he left to the lawyers. Ours t* the field its

Il

know that taxes, luflation aod other Toomade the satisfactory inveatmeaM of

l

oonditiona over the year* have required not only aiertne** but a broader approach to invmiment problem* than in bygone days. archil judgment ia required to atrike a halanoo between atolid conservatism aud speculation. do not wish to taler that w* arc by any means infallible, because anyone who kuowt anything at all about mveaimeuls knows that it ia by no means ao exact *cien<». However, rxperieo
a



divtduala and firms with which

have

I

assets to hta trustee without tha siightaat

a* lo their safety.

* all

tor*

money more difficult than in the past. What is not generally realised, however. how the tremendous growth m hi* country ha* broadened the field and scope of investments. For example, fifteen years agu there were 519 issues listed on tbe Toronto Stock hxebange. There ara now 1015.

i*

of practical administration. 1$ e believe our relations with tha profession have never been better than they are to day. Wa

intend to do everything possible to keep (hem

this

way.

RgsraUag PrMtu Madeai Trust company operating profit* are very modest. This ia i learlv evident by their financial aiaiemenla.

W#

ha vs a avslem of coat accounting which haa beeo carefully worked out and ia reviewed by tha Company's auditors. This ahowa that our net profit, after taxes, on Truat Deparlmeot operation* is lee# than J 25th of 1% on tha funds entrusted to IM. Our average profit per f 100.000 of asaais

under administration ta $37.21 per annum —ocrtainly a low reward for the reepuneibdity involved and tha kill required!

With trusted

asset* of to

their

more than 4 rare,

billion dollar*

Canadian

trust

en-

companies

are an important factor in tbe Canadian 6Co'notn?r' Berauae it ia no longer a imple job to act aa ao

executor and trustee, more and more people ara appointing trust com (wn.es to look after their affaire.

If

they are to continue to juelify this eon-

fidenoe by maintaining high standards of snrrie*; truat

companies must be adequately compensated.

National Trust Company Limited KECtn EH

R«L*1

warm aod

over night. Vf emu gar



V Jr

aalactwd not only

for a

TORONTO MONTREAL® HAMILTON • WINNIPEG • EDMONTON • CALG A R Y* VANCOU VE R • VICTOR SI FCITOR

DANISH PASTRIES

/gjSL

is

but

*/ Ct

f

OI K SPECIALTY

Company

qualifications

more than repay tha

lug after

V9

H

Um#

short

said lo J.

U U Wiiaua

problems which arise

ran only ha to if changes in tha lime* are recogmred and regard ia had to conditions

j

'

trusted to

reasonable.

Kings Road.

Jensen's

aaiaiaalij



t

5. B.

Cmwol

Trust companies perform an essentia) service to tha community. The remarkable growth in asseu en-

Keate

refusal was recommend the public works commit

i

ha* become it* financial adviser, and as such issn a posifiun where ha must hold an even hand among tha beneficiaries

lo the cost* of operation.

rate of late*

bond

tax.

husband's death and the release of hi* ansets by the suoreasion duty authorities. Aral distress wuuld often result if our officers did not lak* a tvmpathetie view and use discretion to advanoe the (AMupany^ own fund* to tide her ova*.

1 T Mnifiwaf

R. B. Bt»xaarvaca

Cmoaa*.

income

know of no other businaas which is so personal a trust company. While it M

responsibility ia our

estate*,

-

^

,7*-'-

(Jinnina

transfer agent

nature a* that of

on

The over-all many times

and the

fc

J.

Raowa

our reputation of executor;

corporation

svrapatbftia understanding of people. Take, fo« example, the frequent case* where the widow finds herself abort uf fumis in the interval between her

matters, and discharge talisfactorily all diacrefionarv powers vested in him; he must, too, he possessed of tact aod a warm human understanding if he »• to fulfil the requirements of good tnmleenhip. Tile familv looks to him for giiMianca. He

cn*ls of doing business have multiplied

Council Rejects

*

P Fat taa

Joanrroa, g.c * aaa * -••

go,

for



which were necessary thirty years We are living in a far more complex er momic Income taxes, succession duties, and the investment of trust fund* have created new problems era.

and added

Ihe general meeting.

I

In

VANCflUVtR B.

The reasons fur this situation can ho explained very simply. The services which must he provided to-day in all brandies of the (company's business, in

A.

)

Bawl 4am.

trustee

becoming increasingly technical with uew law*; taxes aud new preblems of in vestment w# can never forget that these are Dot abetraet problams to solve, bouauae they affect directly our beneficiaries aod other client*. for that reasou. every person in a position of

g.c.

CALCART R.

PWaa

inadequate.

ago.

curred

for a crosswalk across Douglas Street In front of Victoria Press Ltd. was refused by city council yesterday.

S

it

particularly

* fcuta

ia

those

individuals,

corporation*,

new

RDM ONtAn B. E. r*t*«oa

I

far exceed those

$ Pscinel?

the

IX. a.

v ii it r I Mona Allan Aannara A. Paaaa*

include

for

registrar for shares, dtvideud-dtsburtung ageut

for

sucoesaton dutv| insurance, vaults, as well as tha various divisions of uur aoixiuuling department*.

Bates A. Saaaata Fatat F. •««#

Tuna

services

and agent

and

nu>f1g*g®* *ecunltes,

V titat Moiaaa

*.



money.

c..

g

Sue

Alas. Faie'aoaak. W. %'vana Roamaoa

involved in looking after alnuist s

M.

J.

derived from our activities

of other people

1

pork

in

•sues, and as savings depository. lo order to provide these services, we have tha fo|. lowing ancillary departments; investment, real nuts;

|

Aaaca M tavia, g a. C. A. Moaaoa Bti.aaa Naur,ax,ixx

Cokjn Oaadana

Jraatn MrKiraou

Rmaaoa

is safe lo sav that there is no other business in this uutque position. Any mrrcautile enterprise would consider such s margin of probt altogether

think

and

night.

de«crlhed

risks

million dollars

r.a.

m,

Brian,

f. J.

y.c.

a.a.a.

that the biggest

Gompanv’s net* profit

third of ihs

.

Kaaaa FirWimi* fuun ljMti,*.a i, V. V. M id cum, «.*. Anton c. Ml Aim Ctai

from what ia called the Personal Trust sids of our business. This i* not the case. Though estates,

400

.

Mm im

R.A. Saves M f > ara C. Maw a Hiu, a a. i

manv

Our

• r m a

ADTI4MRY ROARII MORTR1AL

-

trusts and agencies produce the largest part of out

bility

der."

the public and our principal asset

rrm.

Kinn

MiCimii

L.

G‘l .«"««•

gross income, they are responsible for less than one-

BEST FOR

(

R. T.

B. F. Tatcaa, «a.a.

very small margin of probt for the work, responsi-

Lesley

u

Mimtiu, Joan

V. M.



HOURS

OR MORI

11.75

IImii loana*.

Gatata Muaaow.

in tha administration of estates, trusts and agencies

LASTS

18

•Is*

15t«M

he understood their

WT

«•»

m

Manager, said

1

trustee,

•um V

i. N.

Taa Homiiataia er. F.



Personal Trust

fgMLYftT

Chi*,.»k r n

I

Fwi

H.

and as receiver and manager, etc.; The Stork Transfer Department, which looks after the transfer of shares and acta as registrar

i»r*a«*

tumr IMS

person.

Rooher murder css* which

t,‘.

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mittee suggested Mr. and Mrs I-ake could buy a lot If they wished.

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TORONTO

Of all the states and provinces the Willlston Basin, onlv in South Dakota ha* «o far failed to make a commercial nil dlsco very. Geographically North Dakota ~

!)Cr

London MOCK f

,

Trading

There wa* slight Intere*t shown In convertibles on the corporate market. The new Cockshutl convertible* were a little shaded while considerable Interest



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ONE FAILURE

10 rent*

14 41

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nml Buddtag

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in

small Man., area,

the

1952.

.

wa* quiet today on Montreal V bond market* High grade issue. were firm to small fractions

4*'y

p.nmani

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IN

Montreal -Toronto Industrials

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women

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Saskatchewan and Into the state* of North and South Dakota and Manitoba.

two

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Royal

,

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ti* Ravalli* Oil* tepphira teurry tsns Byrurkly Prao Tte Boitru

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447

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r

dividends

In

month* have been disappoint ing. Yet that is far from the true picture I am indebted fn the Yorkshire Securities Ltd for showing me a concise summary of the «urces.se* that have been attained in the Willlatnn Ba*ln recently

40 Pmelfir



ate Qrtdnll tans Hith craal

ISA

70S

IS

Wh *l

WILXISTON PROSPECTS

Superficially, the results in this area over the past 20

ti*

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7.500.000

moderately Manitoba

In

trade. Dominion Bridge a point for the only non fractional movement,

active

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steady to mixed

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lia 41

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be giving results

recovered from

oil*

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|

making of

rece>«lon to close Irregularly A little furiher away from higher. Central Explorers and becoming a profit making unGaspe moved up 20 cent*, fol dertaking Is the Industry conlowed by National Petroleum. centrating on the sprawling Empire Oil* and Bailey. Willlston Basin, that extend* Industrial price* turned through the southern part* of

July

Wrlfhl -Hart

Vukrnn Yukon Con,

total

a

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tl III* tl

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ed the active Issue*, each tradResults In these two areas ing 155,000 share* New larder tumbled 20 cent* and Nubar sre doing a lot toward putting

T*a

and Claia

prtea*

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JulT

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tl

Job

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Trading mines clipped along briskly

1

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Further south In the 4(XV but fell short of W’e*lne*day* Thayler Linds ley. president, n record breaking total. Prices mile-long •’fairway" of Alberta, stated that Ifl view of the favordropped it l* called, spectacular new under profit -taking. Caminarclai demand ron'inuM l-muad. and «tep-ou(a are an able condition* arising from the A fa* ibipprr ordar* app«ar*d in oaii with losses of as much a* 30 find* and u»'l*r, out teal aoppnrt in ba'iar cent* recorded a* 1.349,000 everyday occurrence, and the rama trom proraitara rial unrovirad llfhl aapnri and Indutirla! nrdari mining share* changed hands number of dry lv>le* In these Baport loaoinf* of Canadian *h*at Nubar and New larder head semi proven areas ts comparaInrludtd 441 MO tniahrla < ih« Dnltad

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Today's Dollar

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to

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Bant

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1

Na* Urtrr

Mining stocks are still the m, « t popular
!

oil*

Sales: 260.H29.

IT

Na*|*md Na* Moahar

times In 1951.

13. .1

STILL I.KAD

. day. he effect of

resulta many companies to, rs in with 121 well* completed. 78 a4 continue their exploration and Stock Exchange which there is producers and 43 as dry holes but In 1952 a wider or more In view of the cnmplexitv of development programs out nf more money changed hands In intensive devel- the structure In the Willlston Income rather than through bor- «H stock*. rowings and sto< k offerings The annu«l rhpnrt and figures In Basin this is regarded as being * * * of the search for no mean achievement, and althe Vancouver Exchange «hn*v that mining stocks tiaried oil and natural though a number of companies RAKKIO BONDS OKKKKKI) have Individually drawn more < f° r the year with A new issue of $8 .ul may hrlng sufficient natural ga» irserves a sudden reward der U which dropped 25 cent* btibds or 11,000 denominailon w *’ 521 4W 175 federal probably when least expe* ted. in a turnover of 400.000 ,0 convince the carr> an Pi-evident J. if lumpier said rBlf of 4 v ( AP1TAL shares; New Hlfhridge, down P°wer commisaton that it will MKKKK cent. Westons volume atvi dollar value directly and ,l1 * 14 cents on 154.000 shares, and ** capable of meeting the r* •f«ck* traded was third only Frobisher Ltd. which this ,hrju * ‘ "‘bsidlarie*. manufacof W'a*hington. week ‘ Nubar, down 12 cent* on 402.^ quinmienta *“ d <11 « , rihutrs bakery *n
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64,

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may

lh Hoy Wltklnsnn Klukay for Leo I^ihme at right iltic bout. In South America JT. ^ and Cedric ldr r, b’bt Robb wing got the Bruins away to during May , " n 'be right wing. Suhsiltuie* + a + * h * M alt Duke* of unbeaten *"* John Plrkburn. Tim Walker. Malt . !--.n«r Haatten. Ken Williams Set..,, Melon llnll Is the .be leading Mali |c, ... I |*iv|> I major college basketball

of C a fnes He ha« 34 for the *ea ff 6°n, only 16 short of eqvialling x the season reisjrd sel by Richard Scor- In the 1944-45 season.

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a promissory note for *>*ck rent owed by the club and a written pledge that .hi* year’s *1.000, rent would b* paid out of con oesalon funds.

baseball

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complete shows

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“Horizons West,” of Danger.”

“Wing*

plus

Rio— Crazy Over Horse,” plua 'The Cariboo Trail.”



Winnipeg

TIERNEY

JOHNSON

ON THE STAGE Royal

LEOGENN

Ballet”

at 8.30 p.m.

York— Noel Coward's “Hay

ATLAS

Fever” at 8.00 p m.

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HITS OF

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COMEDY!

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19,

Last complete show

9.54.

Suit Claims

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the

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ger” plua 'The House of

Windsor.”

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Wed-

stolen

nesday nlghl from a

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Icouver, F. II. Fullerlo/t and D. M Fraser. Registration- Harold Woodland. Courtenay; D. HalilVANCOUVER VTfllflS has been booked hy the a.ssorla- A menca (CIO» “procured his * tlon for the convention week, discharge by Western Forest c” mmenc,n 8 ‘t uni Industries because he Lid.” / 1*1 f | »» » >) gy 'g-kui LdlVlFl l/R. would not Join the Junion. Fired f* " ”n WASHINGTON* i API WASHINGTON'. AP, - Th, Viclilll rtf C average average hourly pay of produc producHanson named five union tle* of

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"Sraramourhe.'' tured at 7.05. 9.15.

chairman: 2 Stewart aillhnr „,„ gsve the ha " Fullerton BCPA, secretary Hospital authorities of Ihe ronv-nll-in commillee. J. hnv . rnnrtilmn or> S. Spurr, Nanaimo, treasurer. last night. Members rlected to the various committees were; Finance Spurr, Nanaimo; M. E. B. J. S. Me Vicar, Port Alberni and T. Bertram. Ladysmith. Entertainment— E. U. Hynes. Parksville; IK. Ranford Nanaimo and D. M. Fraser. Program E. A. Mann,

reported to city police yesterday that a ease n{ 12 bot-

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ture at 1.38.3.37 5.36. 7.15.

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fr ,n dK Attending from the cltv city were NkniXma r«.ubl« N.poioon Bnuoh.rd, htM F,aw^ r Qualicum Beach, Angua Stewart and Rod McNeil. '** Saanich officers attending were convention committee; D, <0 , ark rnninhiM Dickens. R. Byers. HalUday, Duncan, councillor for Wal!on and Rnhln

Gropp was elertM elected

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area of the West Indies about 65,000 square miles, n\rr half that of the United

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elude a practical and effective safety program in th* curriculum'*” he asked He asked Rotarlans and other “to public-spirited organization* puniK'-spiri'eo orga meet the challenge lie by staling stating lhal He concluded hy actlv* no one should rest until active *et up commit ices are set safety committees every comand function in even *nd munity or until ihe government* get unhesitatingly and legislate enforce the law for safety's


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to The Daily. wtKUM * “remarkable Geionlat’s remarkanie recorn record Of public aervlee” for nearly • century, he said press and radio people should dedicate them selvc* to elimination of the source of accidents. He said car insurance claims for 1DS1 traffic mishaps in creased hy J 13.000,000 to an all-time high of J65, 000,000- or

com

provincial

the

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said

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UNIVERSAL

broken

driven

*aid. the

accidents” Referring

backed b y *JtP^rlly polUhed dancing of a 15-year-old Colonial carrier "» the company and choreography boy was severely Injured In a Community Chest agencies, “There was an apathy that ol- hy Aweneth Lloyd, amounted to traffic accident yesterday after have promised full cooperation most bordered on hostility to- what is probably the beat ballet rl onn. jfo the chest despite a 35-per ward some of ihe cheat agencies ever i«*n In Virtortn. Jimmy Hook, of 2888 Heath publicity campaign the Miss Carter danced the female nrive. was taken to Royal cent reduction in operating ex- before pense* for the coming year. It began.” he said. “But that dls lead in laxt night s Shadow on jubilee Hospital with a broken appeared to a great eaient after the Prairie.” a ballet new to'^jp and fractured left shoulder •was announced last night. ot un(* pr w *>' 8°’ jVlctorlans, Gordon Wale* after being in collision with a *y Speaking to a meeting of the Wl* 8 all -geryHes under danced the parr of her husband. c„ r on the Gorge Road near t»g<*nrles He said 4,1 board of Che,, Community Community Chest tood th * P rp#p " 1 Pr° b,p m * nd The hallet received a rousing Wascana. Matthews. pre«M* director*. R. B thp,r u,rn0Kf ovation wer * w,,,,n g last night and will Ji mmv and Fred Middleton, dent, said no agency has conmoney. 10 rn8hp 10 w,th obviously he regarded a* * of sldered dropping from the Com^ Marigold, were riding ,nr' wpre t«vorlte wherever it r d *" pw d " is pre- bicycle* ^* ‘f ‘^ bicycles south on Gorge Road munity Chest despite the aharpi B. Bl-.adfllk , n(| W. M. GlllW. wn i«l. when v, h»n a . car driven hy by Jack cul In (unrt., James. 5U 514 Vincent, .traveling traveling In hia address to the hoard. north on Gorge, turned left xwy a »-v • Mr. Matthew* gave a report of onto Wasrana Waacana in front of them, them the fall campaign of 1952, ask 1 # l€i fT O* **<*1.1 TY UI O Jimmy collided with the right! right ing for a more concerted effort front dona done of the car with such during the 1953 campaign. force that the ihe door handle was •Tht* is the moat crucial year /l tom off and the door and roof -* In the Itlftory of the chest." he llttfllC Olllllll 'dented. dented. Saanich police said. thej said, said. ”We are convinced s chest principle I* sound, and to OTHER # (JNINJl RED UNINJURED || | w* , k,ua,CTro lgnB * ob k 0 There was no damage to the r: be folly. ): would hli-vcle. police said. bicycle, The second He reported that of the J195. Arrangements for the 62nd an bov ^ ,. . wav from , Wi>rvP ,, away b swerved „ t a«. th . car ar the T. H. Smith wa* elected prAH v for in the last non loial 000 total looked fo r In , ho nual conVf>nl convention of Ihe B.C. | 0B . u a_ campaign only 79.2 per cent dent of the City Hall Employ- Pharmaceutical Association to Saanich police officer* railed ees' ees* wa s collected. Association at a recent recem he held at Qualicum in June fo r amh ulance service from the -- ,ook ,,f Inrm a monthly meeting. city police department.

4

...

of time, spoilage, money and suffering In this ghastly parade of#

Club to »'•" of one of »' safety

major projeet. project*.

their



Despite Budget ^ Gut

"ere

vehicles

War

Rotary

hr

I

mmke study "**- >"»»

No Agency To Quit

3

?

o n accidents In general, Mr. Guertin said “In each case care-

ir&*ne«x |$ g ihe criminal and adequate would precaution* motor **ve these unfortunate Victims.” them „ |. epiM „ Mild that He h||1 the lhr polio ,, M and many watchmen and gate demic and other prevalent tenders have been hit. disease, notwithstanding, oneIn one out of every- three half the grade **• hied children grade crossing accident*, he who die in Canada are ae-

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*" opportunity l..i nl*(u; **•#«» 'he Improvement In d.»dnt and artlns In a repeat neorge Davis. ultM.nt Stmt. w f' t perlormanee ot the hallet. er o( the Wtnrt.or Park troop. It the rompanv eontmue. to > Danced to music by Johann wa. charge ot the au.rd o, each' mueh a. ye.r a, Improve Donald '"w - r . p selling ia a Strauss, N he ballet setting ,r»usa the ^ n r Hamer Rnv Hargrwave, Rob^ last night s performance Im fashionable school in girls’ l0n * bl * Freeman King, executive com- rr( over last year's appear M ; r ch(K n , n d Rnbert 1870. A rebellious new girl is: ance here, the Winnipeg group Showers Shower*. admitted who upsets the entire school with her mischievous pranks. Carlu Carter, who rejoined the Winnipeg Ballet last Sep with tember after dancing h Sadler's Wells Theatre Ballet, danced the part of the new girl.

NWlmming

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while

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$2 a second. Each week, he said, ing where pi election i» provided In the form of an active mechaniral device or signalman,

In

Canadian* die and 1.000 are in aid Injured in traffic accident*. Referring specifically to railaccident*. r°* d crossing Mr. Guertln said In one year in the 10.000 lowered crossing 1

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troop* at Sooke, Colwood ind .n Instructor-leader since Luxton before joining the Wind

Hutcheon

F.

LOVGRKAN

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Mr

last year,

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Park

Troop, of w'hlch

CPR

safety supervisor for 500.000 accidents reported In told Rotarlans industry. In addition, he said. yesterday. Injured wotker* lost more than . 3 •“ .. _ * v Mennnnnn ,pt * n * .. 11 in 1,1 salaries ** * r % not Addressing ,,lp Rotary 925.000.000 no recovr**'" v the * 11 '"•‘ty Club ' will noon he ranke*. r * It sho »ed most rV ‘ C ,h r In the-.hi year. wouree. wee* being pilfered. on nrw -.eta* and .trikin* of aH n the dancing !f he .Second he said. “How How strange, then, of, **e Sr, nreaentarion of Finish /.

Low Hutcheon. Wark Street, who

Monday, wa. paid

More than 10,000 Canadians pe rust ion boards paid out met violent death* hy accident* 1983 more than *85.000,000 and 800.000 more were injured compensation and medical

Improves Greatly

George

3911

Canada ’s 1952 Mis Imps Killed 1 0. 000

Technique

Ballet

Full Scout Honors

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BC

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manufac- Cfjl] VS. manufac officials. o*firijiln. Including E. Linder, W|j|l J,. j n I-|ncniflll AlU.Spilal I I.vcal local recording se< secretary, as luring industry increased from r " d * n '’ defendant*. ''"' «i in IKSn. in "> rw»m,iu.r mb,r. io*n ,o *1.73 Dlvld singb ri97 j„hn last December, the bureau of |* still in St. Joseph* Hospital r*gi w j lalzor statistics rei>orts. This 12 with severe leg burns receded / wh * n he kicked a can or burnper cent increase compare, with rT' _ Ing gasoline January 1 I

tlon lion

“YANKEE BUCCANEER” Bug* Bunny Cartoon Revue

BEDTIME DARUNO

owes ten* a ssotimi war* a ri ii4«p os wir* sens i this* maoic sniiM, th* trn rntr wr*T TO was a not bl* **f» (SI at AT A rot S eoaTKS seoenT rvi* hi tin nr twin mix XXIN THOtB CSCT MATHS TWINS oars. Rim use mcrct rs. wtmr JMTt.T roa TWO Tin oot nic M.n is nai r tms wosa-tasisa to mass ir *%o Ml CM IA4III TO MARS-I f IS a mT to a* sail* tbs. TW**rs mm thk oormiB ** o. AVI* ir» an. sain nriii.STniiT a*n mmcatht i* SSAMSS • MOTION rtl TIIS , , "THK rois fOSTSS-

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Victoria federal nominating convention February 6 will also take place at the meeting.

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I.'nanlmous aupport for re- vention floor, referred the mat newal of the Canada Wheat ter to directors. Board Act ha* been given by Delegates were u ruble to board of director* of the Cana agree on a resolution supportdian Federation of Agriculture ing wheat board operations and They also have given unsn recommending renewal of the minis approval to formation act and that It be made per «if a •oinmfUee to discuss manent. with wheat hoard officials Eastern delegates had hinted some plan for assurance of the board was a monopoly and supplies of feed grains at all that it did not prevent unstable times for livestock feeders. prices or assure uniform supTheir decision came yestrr plies throughout the year on

five

the 12 paa

to

Loch Avon also brought 221 tons of general cargo, whlrh

senger* on the Royal Mall Lines'

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|

sterling before leaving England. Ailanlic

Sea.

Santa

Seawall.

Renewal of Wheat Board Act

to

to endorse when! hoard operations. stated a Quebec

price for milling wheat should “Crow's Nest Pass grain rales" lie established* in accordance as defense preparation against with change* In the domestic any attempt to have the rates as shown by the Inrreaseded will consul of four mem- bureau of statistics' indices covKede ration economist. Dr. ber* from feeding areas, four ering commodities and services E. C. Hope, noted In this coo from the wheat marketing or used by farmers, and also farm nertion that the hoard of ganlzations. with H. Han- living mat*. The price is now transport rommlwdoner* has nan, CFA president, as chair tied to the International wheat apparently been fair about

continue

The committee

to be

appoint

the

feed

are

mow

Cherrapinji is

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in

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recognized a* the wotld'^ wetplace with more than 424

test

inches of rain annually

agreement. granting tiwrenara. Director* still have to deal Freight rates concerning If the hoard allowed rates with a resolution asking l lie grains and feed* also brought sufficient for a 6 S per-cent rewheat board make minimum attention from deiegates. turn as sought by the CPR,

group which has from farmers not

a



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work

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another

lose

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Delegates endorsed, however, CFA institute a study of pres It was recommended that the resolution that the domestic ent grain rates, known as the government be petitioned to

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wtlcoms

G«t

ASTHMA

Take Rir-Ma. specially mile lo rtlire* Asthma auarry. Helps yoa sleep and

grain re oppose any “unjust and un- freight rates. The railways’ reserves in eastern positions for and more acceptable marketing reasonable" Increase In freight turn now la about 3 per cent, the winter all rail season. policy. It was stated. rates. They recommended the he said.

lor the dozen Prince, Sunny Prince. Ingleby, Support for the wheat board ports of call made by the ship, Suva. I^och Garth, Sun Jewel, act renewal by directors came which stayed In Victoria for one Santa Irene, ('ostia Los, Daler- yesterday after delegate*, unday before going to Vancouver, dyk and Berblce. able to teach a decision on conIn

as-

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basis

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conclusion of publi

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freight

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20K

1

steel

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bad

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Boys’ Wool Cardigans

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frten.

gray

and

• Smart composition plastic hassock* a In green, grey, maroon and beige

Clearing ai half price! Button front style, long aleeves Green, wine, brown, sizes 28 to

• Priced

36.

2 o’Clock Special,

roe,

each EATON-*— Boya’

NO DOWN PAYMENT

2 o’Clock Special,

grouped

line* anti less

A—

to

EATON'*— Fancy

Goods. Third Floor

Men’s Work Boots

Man’s Jackets • Odd

to clear!

$ach

Hear. Third Floor

Keeond Floor, House Furnishing* Building

Luxury For Your Homo, Low Prlco For Your Budgot!

Hassocks

Plastic

\m#

ar

ni«hr O«od »pr1r-.«i*« two wr« ruahiona.

ro»»t»

ground*

aa

aign

Main Floor, House Furnishing* Building

Floor

clear

price

'j

• Half

price!

,

.

.

Broken

work

line* of

1

hoof*

• Included are bomber, over-hip and

Wilton Broadloom

• Brown leather* and black

belted styles

• Tan.

wine or grey; sizes 38

blue,

In the group.

Feature Special,

"T99

Sq. Yd.

EATON 'A— Floor

Covering*, Main Floor. House Furnishings Building

Flannelotto Blankots

• Plastiq washing machine protactPr* • Helps keep your washer free from dirt grime and scratches!

• Seconds



Men’s Hard-Wearing Blue Denim



£A

2 o’Clock Special, pair EATON’S—Mtaplea, Unens and

99 C

each

EATON"*— Notions, Main

Chamois Cloth

Cleiranco at Fishing Tackle!

rayon

"moonbeam'' .

.

warmth

.

satin

note the all wool filling without weight. Plain

rose, blue, gold-colour, green and to choose from ... In standard

• Spoons, spinner* and gang • In assorted sites and style* • Priced for quick clearance your needs now and save!

Pants

wine

EATON’S—ktaplc*. Unens awl

troller*! .

.

.

• Fine

• CllOOaf several

• About 15x16

Redding. Third Floor

• Fabric* of cotglurov anri gabardine • Styled with wrap around belt

For comfort, long wear, choo*e theae value tugged 'Brum pant* rnr .

Each

reinforced strain .

for

hunting

or

points of finished with roomy pocket*!

.

EATON *— Men a

Thrifty

aluminum cover • 6- Vane super agitator • Powerful motor does not require oiling!

shoppers

will

for

winter through needs' AvailIn waist size* 30

summer

• Hail

able



Sleeve lees



Sliee

to 42.

wringer.

NO DOWN PAYMENT EATON'S— Major

tpptlanees.

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It

Pays to Shop at

Mi

,

.

,

All-wool

wors ted*

pullover* with

V

44.

• Half

AA

each

99 C

9 o.m. to 5 p.m.

Wcdnesdoy, 9 o.m,

to

1

p.m.



Phone 14141

09 C

Wood

Floor.

House Furnishing* Building

price!

T.

.

.

,

FMt

slippers with

leatherette sole*

• Padded

Limit one to a customer

EATONS— Bargain kemnl

STORE HOURS:

—Draperies.

EATON’*

neckline.

wtne or navy

M to

yard

Mon’s Sllppors

2 o’Clock Special, Butidii

EATON'S

price!

In tan.

Instant pressure release safety

AA '

Clothing. Main Floor

Men's Sweaters

buy two or three pair*

gracefully, launder* fre«h! In economical 44- Inch width

2 o’Clock Special,

*147 ^

7 37

.

loop*!

• In assorted leg length* for good fit!

tub with

for

• Drape*



at

clothe*

Main Floor

• Sheer rayon marquisette mill ends hedmoma, living rooms etc.

In the group. J6 96

2 o’Clock Special, each

Of blue denim

fishing’

• Five • Belt

• Size* 36 to 42 • Reg 15 95 to

.

work,



—Bundrtea.

EATON**

Way on Marqulsotto

HALF PRICE

Failure Special,

II

Good*. Main Floor. House Furnishing* Building

Mon’s Loisur# Coats

thene feature*:

good

a

each

EATON"* —^porting

• Hold* pound* dry • Onepleee porcelain

In

site.

2 o’Clock Special,

10c,. 1.00

Pair

089

(Vdl

doth

for household use’

Inchga In

Feature Special,

Dependable “Thor”

Washing Machine

quality chamois

size

buy

2 o’Clock Special,

sire

C IQ

9*19

Bedding. Third Moor

Floor

Work

F§aturs Special,

Feature

nf Klngrot quality In 60x00 size Soft, fleecy, firmly woven quality

• (’nlnumi hnrder* on white ground*

Specially priced'

2 o’Clock Special,

Each covering*

Centre.

Meeond Floor

Washing Machins Cavars

Comforters

for

EATON'*— Family Hhne

Furnishing*. Main Floor

.

.

Wool-Filled

2 o’Clock Special, pair

,

.

broken size

sole*,

range.

5 97 08.47 KA TON’S— Men'*

quality all-word Wilton broadloom at a price almost every budget can afford! Hard wearing, crush resisting, for both modem and traditionally decorated rooms . rhooae plain colour* of green, rose and beige or rose and grey, 9 feet wide.

Beautiful,

• AH with composition

2 o’Clock Special, each

§

A good

elastic aide

styles

to 44

heels,

wing

only, popular opera

style



Size* « to 11.

A

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49C

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LIMITED

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Door Opening Specials On Clearing from Regular Stock

Only

Sale 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

No Telephone

Two More January

Sale

CENTRE BACK MUSKRAT COATS (Dyed) .sfl

• All-wool tweedy

• Two-button. • Sizes 36

EATON'S— Men a

Clothing,

and

one

two

dresses ...

our

all

regular

your* * a

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in

all

i

in

n

-

piece

novelty

or

weaves

the desirable colours.

Dresses you can

wear now

and on into Spring! Buy several at this low

budget-con-

scious price!

Misses' and-

.

women's

.

.

sizes In the group.

• Blue, green,

in

G.

red.

wine

Door Opening

Back

Sable

SeWool Sport • Men

.

Buy now

Bicycle Carriers

at this low dollar-saving price! Sizes 10 to 40.

• F!**y

.

Necond Floor

^

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• Gives a thick, creamy lather • Economical, 6-oz. size • Leaves the hair soft and shiny.

Water-Repellent

4

499

+

V

EATONS—Toiletries,

Feature Special, Each

Bed Jackets

8"

A smartly

tailored

felt Into the most becoming line*. Ivory, beige, lemon, crayon blue, lime. pink. Kelly, red. violet, ateel and smoke grey, brown, navy and black. HeadsUes 22. 22 and 23.

Platd-UMfl

BLUE JEANS

FA TON'S—Children'* Wear. Third Floor

Donkin

SHIRTS Footuro Special, Each

99 Big

to

cut for looks

.

.

.

lothing.

Third Floor

AQ

1

*fc3

Floor

English Curtain Nat • Got ton

filet

^9

Floor.

furnishings BolidUg

In England: 6 and 2 rib White, black, light and dark grey, navy and heather mixture, sizes 10 to 12.

Door Opening

prices!

916

Store Hours:

v-

w

Special,

running yard

EATON**— Floor

• WelUcnown • •

Delkfcnia.

Libby's brand

wholesome flavour

Practical KFo*.

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tin.

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Special

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9 o.m to S p.m.

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to

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— Phone

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Coverings, Main Finn/, Kona* Furnishings Bonding

Door Opening

Special,

pair EATONTt— Men’s How, Mala

EATON'S— ling rrle.

effect

for wall-to-wall carpet-

Door Opening

W W V«g«t*bU Soup

• Popular regular length socks

• Made



4Q «49

ing.

Man’s Wool Socks

factory clearance brings you these timely savings on warm This group Includes all cotton wool and cotton. Several styles to choose from. But several pairs at these speetal low pa'ntlea.

1

Twill

• May be sewn

-

A

|

Ismer Main Floor

• Red and green striped • Come* 27 inches wide

Special,

EATON'S— Draperies. Vrood

Homs

Size about 27x18 Inches.

^ Cotton

and ravon tuscan nets

Blue, green and orange 42 to 48-lnrh width*.

|0q

39

Baakata

Door Opening Special, each EATON**— Hardware.

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Centre.

slat baby basket* • Sturdily constructed, strong handles

Wsor, Third Flow

Door Opening

M M7 4«4I Hooond Floor

™ Baby •

EATOXW— Boys'



sizes.

• Wooden

Second Floor

News

|

16.

RATONH—Sportswear.



broken

EATON’S— Family Hhoe

striped flannelette

• Pants have drawstring waist • Green, grey, blue: sizes * to

heels,

Door Opening Special, pair ;sS

Boys’ Pyjama*

A CQ 4,vu

EATON

lamb's wool lining

• Ijm

Owv

EATON’S— Fabrics. Main

79c

to

EATON'S— Bargain Basement

Women’s Boots

QQ.

yard

Special, each

• Clearing at half price! • Approx. lCT high: red leather with



Floor Opening Special, pair

69

jjjjr

Floral embroidered design In whiis • Ground colours of white, black, navy, grey, wine and blue Half price! inches wide

Special,

size*.

29c

^

^

1

pastel shades

Door Opening

Aecnnd. Floor,

Floor

of thick cotton tqfrv towels

• Three handy



Second Floor

Back of Page-More

• Plain

4

91

*

EATON'S— IJngerte, Rerond

Cannon Towels • Seconds

SNUGGIES

good

Choose them in green, blue or wine In an attractive dice pattern. Thee* shirts are "Sanforized" so should wash and wear well. Sizes € to 14 in the group. C

Door Opening Special,

|p|^

• Made from

Half Slips

taffeta, elastic waist trim at hemline green, red; broken sizes

I-ace

each

Folding type, standard size

Embroidered Spuns

c

1*43

Main Floor House Furnishing* Building

• Pink,

*

Cltaranca! Substandard!!

Well-tailored are fully

EA TON’S—Boys'

•UW

Special, each

Ftatura Special, Pair

and

AA

1

Door Opening

IQ

4

EATON'S—Chin*.



4

• 36

pat-

Special, each

Women’s

• Green and red fibre top# • Only one to a customer.

33 00

t

Blossom"

• Crisp paper

Special, each

F.ATONX— Furniture.

“Apple

Door Opening

Mw

JE UIS

sS

Card Tables

clearance you won't want to mitt! A garment no wardrobe ahnuld be without! Beautifully •Ivied, smooth- fitting knitted stilt* in * variety of lovely colours Short, three-quarter and hatwing sleeve styles are included Jn this outstanding group! Sizes 12 to 18 collectively. Shop early for heat selection!

that

comfort

Floor

Door Opening

A

saving* for the boys in shirts

Special, each

Door Opening

and

terns.

EATON'S— Bargain Baaement



19 V Third Floor

Jars

• Mad* of English Semi-Porcelain • Covered style with fixed stands

range.

Children's Dresses

19 67

dr «e*k in

size

House Furnishings Building

Jeans for the young girls of the family! Made from hard wearing *'Sanforisfd'’-*hnjnk blue denim, with four handy Pocketa. Double stitched and copper rivets at points of train for extra long wear. Shop early for this doflar-aaving value! Sizes 6 to 14.



4 A-

Special,

EATON’S—Wools,

^ Marmalade • "Ro»lta"

broken

Foaturo Special; each

Big savings on smart looking

your family!

tie.

• Assorted printed cottons • Plain plcolays, several styles • Sizes 1 to 10 in th« group.



Foaturt Special, Pair

Boyi’ ‘•S«Bforti«r

n|

1.97 „ 9.47

KNIT SUITS

9

skein

Main Floor

EATON'S— IJngerte. Second

Boucle Wool and All-Wool

flirt,'

Door Opening

Price

Vi

Door Opening

Second Floor

Feature Specials for Young Canada

4 Q|* WV

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S

EATON’S— Millinery,

• Strong quality for longer wearing • Black, copen. brown, cardinal, emerald, buff, navy, maroon, beige, royal, green and grey • Approximate 1-oz. skein.

neck

• Ribbon

Jacket,

Department,

House Furnishings Building

P.K. Super Fingering;

• Imported wool, atyled with long ,1 revet • Some with collar, some with "V"

able for boating, golfing or almost any outdoor sport! Made from a water-repellent rayon fabric that Is fully interlined and comes with a detachable hood. Styled with button cuffs, two slash pocketa and two large patch breast f»rket*. Blue. red. beige, green, navy and black. Sizes 10 to 18.

.Stetson*!” sj-e discontinuing their ‘Mistral” beret ... so this is your ls«t opportunity to purchase (his hclored hst. and at a saving, too! This beret suits everyone because It Can be worn ao many ways by turning and twLeting its fine fur

Special,

bottle

Sport Jackets

Ftafure Special, Each

EATON’S— Filed rlral Floor,

,

Door Opening

Stetson

9/17 4*41

Special, each

ffbw

g^^Maln

Egg-Creme Shampoo Fabric

to 8-cup capacity.

4

Door Opening

flood*. Main Floor, House Furnishings Building

Rayon

Furnishing*. Main Floor

Glass Coffee Makars

1

EATON'S—Sporting

— Knm.

j

«J

• Drip-type glass coffee makers • Flavour guard filter

IQ 1 a 1 w

4

Second Floor

“Mistral" Beret by

"fck.

fit any bike for book*, parcels

Special, each

EATON'S

Special Purchase!

and

blue

r AA ,73

each EATON’S— Men’s

Special,

la Gw mm ™

the January- Fur Sale

EATONK-Dresaes.

thirl*

grey,

large size*.

Door Opening

*0 assemble.

Door Opening

Furs frith NO DOWN PAYMENT during

In

• Small, medium and

• Sturdy wire carriers to

• Lightweight, handy

And Remember . You Can Buy Your

1

Shirts

medium weight woo!

a

• Neat 'check tones

or embroidery

3 99 06 99

EATON’S —

QQ 03 C

Special,

Bedding and Linen, Third Floor

size* 4 to 12.

Special, eacji

. . , Children's Wear, Third Floor

Alaska Mink, or Labrador

Mink shades.

*

Door Opening each

Velvet Dresses

Girls'

Size about S4x!>t inches.

EATON'S —Staple*,

pj.

I-ower .Main Floor

• Clearing at half price! • Dainty touches of lace

Muskrat pelts, richly

dyed

• Easy to clean- with damp cloth • Fruit and lace designs e Rose, blue, green and gold-colour

.

.

.

f

little

Main Floor

Plaatic Tablecloths •

40 b

EATON'S— Hardware,

full

hammered

crepe,

^#

*99

1

EATONS—Clocks,

AA-

each

full-length

from

Choose

Price

Vx

Special,

4 fJQ

Special, each

finish, red trim

Door Opening

Beauty in every line of these outstanding value, coats with flared backs, soft collars and pretty cuff detail . Made of choice Centre

style ^



clearing

stock’



^

Main Floor

• Includes open aoucepan, utility pan. flaring saucepan, round dish pan

288

Save now on th«* flattering

0 QQ 10*33

Enamelware • White enamel

Price

Each

:

Door Opening

1

Special, each

January Sale

• Round style, metal case a Ka*y to-read dial, maroon figures • 30-hour movement, top button alarm.

fabrics,

single-brea«te^ style tha group.

to 44 In

Door Opening

Feature Special,

°°

Quantities Last

It

Alarm Clocks

Men’s Sport Coats

DRESSES

7



or Mail Orders, Please

Days Left!

rr 33C

Main rimr

j

!

12

SPECIAL!



Reg. 12-95-14.95!

per fronts, slash pockets.

Gabardine zip-

Some with

Various

styles

Brown

Grey, Blue, Beige and

in

shades.

surcoats and bomber jackets in gabardine, nylon blend fabrics

with

.

.

.

Use The Bay

Some

Beige, Grey,

quilted linings.

Wine and Navy,

in sizes

36 to 46

BAY Mmi

Of Underwear-Now

<

Clothing.

70 Pairs Briefs. Regular 1.95.

M

102 pairs Short*.

Cotton Ve«t». Each Regular 1.95.

Regular

1.95.

w Terms^

Floor

Chars* pins laste

Pair

Choose from a large assortment of smart patterns in shades to blend with everything in your wardrobe .

Pair

Clearance of men’s underwear by a nationally known manufacturer seconds and

.

Wool

quality underclothing in heavyweight interlock

first

Replenish your supply at low prices! BAY M*«*«

ing.

warm and wear!

January 31st

si Whether you or tev by mail

Conven eliminates

12 Pages of Values for Your Home and Family! Be Down at 9 a.m. for Door - Opening Specials

pa

FnrnUhln**, Strwi FW»r

Moor

KwrnUhtoc*.

!

monthly

SStfE

cosy

nishlngs-

Long-

sleeved style in soft flannelette,

with

P-TTT* H

lapel front.

Nylon Ankle Socke

Patterns in •>
1

1

Briefs and Vests



warm

hard-wearing achool pants.

Brown, Blue. Grey mix.

3

6-16.

Pr

7 0 w

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1

1^41

in

Popular Styles yleS ami 23L&“* oxfords

Hard

wearing, all nylon in bright P color*. 7-10 -.

sleeveless vesta, briefs.

Small, medium, large.

-Cotton r

Each

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soles,

rubber heels P»i r

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sizes

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men's Oxfords Two

Sizes 6 to 16.

Wool Tweed Longs

Values on Every Floor

downpayment

Loosely fitted for sleeping

for Winter

.

lined to prevent creasSpecial!

BAY Meot

Cosy Flannelette Pajamas for Boys comfort,

s

Vz Off!

60 Combination*. Pair Regular 4.95.

.

its*

Easy Credit

col-

Manufacturer’s Clearance

.

».

Reg. 16.95, 19.50 —Windbreakers,

lectively.

Sizes 36 to 46.

Cotton.

w

r*99

-i

and corduroy windbreakers with

.

r<

Group 2

1

099 linings.

» c.

Trim Windbreakers

Group

quilted

B*H§ dolcmfaf

Young Men

Men's,

SATURDAY

Haiig dolonict

jy



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Specially Purchased Items!

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Hwr

Convenient Credit Plans to Help You Furnish Your Home!

Remember! No Carrying Charge on Credit Contracts If Paid Within 90 Days! Store Hours: 9 ajn. to 3 p.nv

Wednesday

1 \

2

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Baily CColomjl



*L 1C.

fiaily (EolOlUBt

February Sale for the Home!

Blonde Magic Bedroi m Suite

!

Attractive, economical flatware tarniah.

anti-

in

Places This

Walnut veneer storage chesL

26-pieoe set of Arcadia flatware, includes 6 teaspoons, 6 dinner knives, 6 dessert spoons, 6 dinner forks, butter knife and sugar spoon, and chest. B Cash Price



In

Slight ImperfecConstruction S a v o

“ <# 3 ' p,y 10
ftnr i" 11

•AV Sllvfnr«»,

$40

Clearance! Fine, soft and so durable! HJO'e nylon yarn. in a w ide and wonderful range of colors . . . Ideal for socks, sweaters, scarves!

k

1

• Beautifully Finished, In a Rich Bleached Mahogany Wood

H Clearance!

/Z —

Oz. 33C All-Purpose Yarn

4-P1y

Rugged. hard-wearing yarn, specially for socks and sweaters. 4 oz.

99c

Clearance! Gaily colored flowers greatly reduced in price! From !o

15c

BAY

69 c

Lb. Town Talk

11.05

Place* On* In

Your Home

sizes wi Double or 'single damask «' units, heavy

borders handles, ventilator construction, sp

Sturdy

Reg.

Tudor Wardrobe Easily

.

.

Cash Price

robe for that small apartment. Wooden trim and hanger shelf.

Easy Folding Sandwich Cot C

One Your Home

Place* In

$5 Monthly

Comfortable bed. sturdy lounge or sofa . ideal unit tor unexpected gue*i&. Upholstered in Roee tapestry

4"

two-door ward-

All steel, angle iron frame with cable spring. Sturdily made, spring-filled

mattress.

Automatic, folds easily for Low prwed’

AY

Six-Color

Pencils! qq* DO

11

.99

14.99 14.49

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Matching Cilanese lining. 14x6x8“ Triple Box*** Green '



boxes

with

H

divider

tray

enamel weight*.

for

1.99

S4M Flour

C-omplexioa

Cash Price

AY

Each

qqc O

Automatic Lighter Case, guaranteed. Each 3.05 Ask Trays, imported from England. Each Iff*

Glaaa Fantlurr, lourtii

Convenient Credit Plans to Help You Furnish Your Home!

BAY

Jobarro*, Streei Floor

Price Each

1.75.

Drew— Reg.

Troll ng Reels 5“ black plastic with Hatchet selector and brake.

A. Cleaaaer

2.75.

Earh 1.37

Each 1.25

Rouge -Regular

1

Each

Each

.75.

Super Kick — Regular

Shot Gun*- 28“ choke barrel.

44. |Ki

repeating,

tion

holt

ac-

full

Special

34.50

$5 D<*wn, $5 Monthly mKv

Hportlfig <>ood*, Tlitrti Floor

87* 87*

Each 2.25

1.50.

KM

5.99 Regular

87*

— Regular 2.50.

Jpatick* -Regular 1.75.

S.

on

Cosmetics

— Regular

(

Double Shaving Mirrors

Coaster Wagons

One

side has a magnifying 'Airface! Has adjustable supjmrt . . for traveling purpuses, easy to store. Each .

Don Juan Kaxir

Cigarette Cases Specially Purchased! Highh polished metal coses hold 20 cigarettes. . . .

Half

Dermetics Face Powder

NoUoai.. IMffft flour

Dial your color for convenient writing. Completely automatic! Simply turn the top to select the color desired. Each Quality White Vellum letter Pad*. 2 for 25* Medium Nib Fountain IVuv, each ID* BAl Mallvarn, Slfrrl l loor

compact storage.



Sale!

I

$

One

A vw mb led

Each Roomy

lour Home

Monthly

Cash Pries

3

7.50

199

Place* In

Each Each 21“ dressinj eaar. Each 21“ wardrol*. Each 26“ pullmanD Each

reels

Armless Bed D a v enports!

.

priced'

Md*.

Monthly

Cash Price

0.79

(

11.49 10.49

14“ cosmetic* case. 18“ dressing! case.

Plant ic

and four-drawer chiffonier. Limed oak finish on all pieces.

$5 Monthly

.

.

BAl

Three-piece suite cc*isisting of full-size panel bed, large double dresser with bevelled edge mirror

Spring-Fil' et*'

.

jellies,

Your Home

Sets

Luggage

Gabardine Cover

Indies' lugdige covered in blue or wine gabardine. Natural rawhide binding.

Chocolates Moir‘« family assortment! Wonderful variety of chocolates, cremes and bonbons! Tasty, delicious.

One

Place?.

In

Matchtd

Si

Art *~-,ll,uork. sirorl Flour

Town Talk Chocolates

Limed Oak!

In

Flowers

Artificial

r

Ml WJ

Bedroom Suite

Loxely,

!

soft, shrink-resistant.

'

F urMiure, Fourth Floor

50 Mattresses

Baby Wool

White. Pink, Blue. Green, Yellow

\

155 •AY

FV«or

25

°*

Suits Consists of Full Bod,

Double Dresser, Chiffonier

Cash Price

Home

Your

$5 Monthly

yQ

1

Homs

199.90!

tions You

1*S3

26-Pce. Arcadia Flatware

151 Monthly • Rsg,

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Blade*.

of safety razor.

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Hardwood 1$* with red enamelled

standard make*-

89c

blades

Subs. Rubber Glove* - Protects h**nd«. Surgical seconds.

7-9.

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at Uno

Regular 3.98

Daily dolaniat

Daily (Colonist

Piece Living isemble Reg.

!

White oylon

tricot slips at. a special, low price! Straight cut, Sixes 32 to 40. with nylon lace trim at bodice and hem.

Rayon Knit Gowns—ceiasuede med gowns. Pastels.

medium,

I

4 9B Pair

262 35

Gowns—a

Reg. 50c Rayon Briefs

Firsts would sell

for 2.98! Tailored styles in pastels. Sizes small, medium, large.

I

Room

5.95! Lace trimmed, full skirts. Sizes small, medium, large.

4

Each

large.

Nylon Tricot

lace-tnm-

Manufacturer’s clearance!

Sizes small,

Rayon Knit Pajamas

Home

Satin stripe rayon. Sizes small,

I

medium,

Pastels. large.

Places One

In

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medium and

large.

* hlte_

pull-on type-

l

,

2.98

Each Nylon satin. Reg 6-50 Girdle - -on and brocade. Puli lastex and Small, White,

styles. medium, large.

zipper

to 36. I

— Heg.

4

BatLntr Conelette* Sizes Side hook in Nude.

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Washable

nylon

front, small 7 to 12.

Jackets — Hip

length, tie belt in Green. Tan, Re* Sizes 7 to 12.

3.98

Corduroy washable

Cash Price

3.98

Each L

lif»IO*rW,

Second Floor

Nylon Blouses

Girls’ Corduroy



ace

8 .98

large.

medium,

small,

2.98

Each

—Batiste front tre 4.50 Corsets 24 to 32. r corsets in sims •

tic.

Ensemble consists of two-piece chesterTwo walfield suite with no-sag base! nut-finished end tables and matching coffee table. Green, Beige, Grey or Rose.

Side leg. 4.50! ixes 2b to 32.

fUtinU GiniW hook girdles

5*“cJ

Size* 25 to 32.

Regular 262.35 ! Terrific February Savings of 540!

Jacket*— Batwing,

Cotton

Button

acetate!

White.

collar!

DrrwM



Sizes

2-Piece Frieze Davenport Suite

Coney Capes and Jackets! (Dyed Rabbit)

v

Washable

One in Your Home

Places

cotton in assorted styles. Sizes

7 to

1.98

12.

11.40

Red. Yellow. Turquoise. Sizes 7 to 12. in

4.98

Printed Rayon Smooth surfaced French crepe wide assortment of patterns colors.

Sale, yd.



New York

Yard 79c Reg 89c



Cotton*

Gay

inches wide.

floral

prints.

Yard

a

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Yard

1.69

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96”

Reg

Imported Gingham* 1.19-1.49 yard Gay

plaids.

36

woven. 36

Finely

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AOe

Chrome Suite

Corduroy— Special

Pi* Wale Purchase!

2.95

America* Cotton* Denims and criskay. Reg. 98c and 1.19 a yard! 36 Inches wide.

yard

in

and

42 inches wide.

foatlag aad Suiting - 54-inch, all-wool. Reg. 3.95 to 5.95 yd.

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Fitted with double-spring construction for utmost comfort as a bed or lounge. Has plywood

6.80 Monthly

Spring stylings In rapes, espe stoles, jackets and jackets. Lightweight.

Dark Brown shades.

rtoor

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bedding compartment, spring base and cushions. Green, Sage Green, Red.

Cash Price

In

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7.40

Monthly

9^ .

American Style Reg

5.95! Suede and smooth leather sling pumps, sandals. Black. Brown. Grey. Green, Navy, sizes 4 * to 9 collectively, medium

(20 Saving! oblong

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One in Your Home

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$5 Monthly

6.90

Several styles! All with fireproof and stainproof plastic tops! Gay colors in Green Grey, Red or Yellow. Sturdy padded chairs in matching or contrast-

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leaf extension!

table

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Women’s Rainboots -dear

plastic

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Good

and variety

7.98 12.98

of colors.



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Special!

14.98

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6.98

1

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Gabardine Ski Pants— Reg 8.98

Good

6 75, flannelette.

with

water-repellent, lined quality gabardine.

4,99

and

G.99

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Pullover Sweaters

p^.

wool, short -sleeve pullovers. color range.

Broken Each

Pure Wool Pullovers 5.98.

vj

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styles

Beige.

Imported from Scotland. Broken sizes

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pure and

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4,39 Pu*h-Up Ladder —Regular 4 95 Each 3,49 Sturdy, handy ladders. 10*

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White and Ivory Gallon

3.89 98C

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Copper bottom and evercool handle. Saucepans. Each

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Full-Fashioned

8U-11.

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Nylons

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English

Victoria, 1C., Frt., iaa

Baity Colonist

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Beautiful Wool \ Axminster Rugs

Cups and Saucers c

Places One

each

Your Home Monthly

In

5.80

Top quality bone china cups and saucers at a low saving price! Choose from tall or low shapes in different colored floral designs Replenish your supply in this special offer! .

.

25

only)!

Famous Barrymore

all-wool

pile AxMninstor rug in popular 6.9x9.0 Beautifully designed with Chinese sfliray motif in Grey or Green, or all-Aer design in Red. Number at

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size.

remarkable price shopeArly! Cwkh this

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limited, so

CQ 5 U

Outstanding Savings

p urn‘tu

On Children’*

Cribs Wlin Mattresses



Cotton Hearth Mats 50 only! Reg. 5.95. 24x48-inch hearth mats with rich cotton pile in Oriental patterns. Ideal for hall or

bedroom

use. Sale!

Rich Axminster Rugs *Y O Uth

"

jr

35

Oak

rtnbrft.

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Drop -Side

4.6x66 Axminster rugs with deep pile. Medallion design, Beige or Green ground, contrasting borders.

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Mattresses Youth Bed E»cb 1 0 30-x 6C“

Price

ann s tne measurements you require and select

from this colorful line of ^durable linoleum. Slight flaws will not impair wearing quality.

04 95

Porous Plantmasters Made In California Reg. 1.50-2.50. Pottery plantmasters Trays in containing pumice planters. Green or Yellow, planters all Grey IMantma-sler or tray, each

9’

Ivory.

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Slight Flaws

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Linoleum

32-Pce. “Mornington” Ivory Luncheon Sets English semi porcelain luncheon sets for everyday use. Service for 6 plus cream and Altar. Ivory with Maroon band, gilt Set Reg. 12.30. trim.

Down

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Inlaid

Furniture

65-Piece Dinner Sets Reg. 17.50! Everyday dinner sets in English semi -porcelain, including table Ivory, set for 8. serving pieces

r

D..m> Pyrex Iwvi bowls

Nested sets of measuring cups.

measure

Bowls

Mixing

Pyrex

1.-

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two

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Shop! Save! Saturday, January 31! Buys

Terrific

Ruffled Curtains

Major Appliances

in

...

Ref riee

ra tors

... Radio Phonograph;

Washers!

One- Year Guarantee! “Lifetime” Porcelain Interior and Exterior! Really economical price! All these wonderful feaAgitator engineered for thorough, gentle

tures!

Places This in

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English Bronze Torchlere

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carved dt^K".

24* Table

Lamps

Wine. Gold. Green. Matching shade.

Floral

inches^

urn Modorn m

motif.

Choose from Walnut, Mahogany or Limed Oak! Powerful 9- tube long and short-wave radio! Threespeed record player with automatic shut-off on last record! Convenient, safe storage for your favorite recordsi Cash Price

style,

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This

in

Your Home 16.60 Monthly

en

mm

Bren,

^Ach

Phonographs

Worth of Records of Your Choice With the Purchase of Each Set!

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19.95.

39.66 Down. 10.80 Monthly

$30

Eggshell, reach

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Refrigerators

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Sale!

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Red, ttme, Eggshell. Green. Lipstick

and Mocha.

050

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Record Albums

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^ rate

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60”x72” Wool-Filled Comforters Seconds Pepperrll— 72x108 inches.

Tex-Madr

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Tex-Made

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3.70 3,00

Each

on

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All-Wool Blankets

Soft, luxurious pure blankets White with rainbow' borders. Inexpensive, long wearing. Twin-bed size. Each al

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Double-Bed

rise.

Each 10.98

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LOCAL NEWS

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NO. 41

— NINETY-FIFTH

YEAR

V

ICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA

CWACs

Natural Gas Cut Toll

CLASSIFIED

Figures for other

show

cities

by gas where natural gas

Move To Get Higher Vegetable Prices Wins Su jifiort of Fa rm ers Federa iioii

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The company reported

Revision of fresh vegetable import regulations to establish a better balance betwltn Canada and the United States has been urged by the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. 7’he CFA yesterday endorsed a B.C. resolution to that effect. It was stated that In the first nine months of 1952. imports of produce from the U.S. were valued at 528,573,921 more than Canadian exports of like

1

lower death rate

a

used. Natural gaa doe* noi contain carbon present in manufactured gaa is

lhat

natural

monoxide which

may

gai

la

be uaed

produce. ‘The uncontrolled Import* act a* a force to keep up prices on the domestic market and at the same time depress price* on the Canadian market squeezing Canadian grown vegetable* out of their domes

in

Victoria in the future.

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j.“

Douglas Aimer.

Unusual Government. Unusual Session I

Two

cabinet

ministers

move

will

and

premier. Opposition

change

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The , srnd> „f l^dyml.h Sori.1 CTPdlt I roup Which .hi. Archibald Campbell, 200 «aJd he called police after hear- not commit Campbell nn the week gave con«iderailon to Burnside Road, wtll be for- |lng of the accident on'* radio manslaughter charge but will future whist drives and social mally committed for trial In in newscast. commit him on the charge of function functions, w ith new personnel higher court on a charge of During >esierda>’a hearing, falling to remain at the «cene of in mind. falling to remain at the scene George Gregory, counsel fori an accident. This la in line with the anof an accident when he appears Campbell, atgued that tnauf nounced hope* of the provtnclal *1 a apecial aittlng of Saanich flrient evidence had been adorganization whose aim It to police court at 9 30 a m. today, vanned by the Crown to make bring the Vancouver Island JN[\ manalaughler. r^ckmembership lo 20.000 at least, Magistrate H. C. Hall said. a raM> \\ |jpj ladvsmith haa more than 100. following a hearing of the case la ^, or, ** n **[°"* ^vlng. ”We we will win knock Knock on every yesterday, that he does not;. Lloyd G. McKenzie, counsel Wli VVM a_ °°» rr>* c** a door. * door,” It it was stated from prov* prov consider there la sufficient •vl-| ,or ,h* CrowT'- »*re«l lhat m<*"" Inrial ‘ncisl headquarters headtjuartera, In .s plan deuce of gross neglect to war- ,herr d,d no( »PP^* r *« ** to put Camp The answer is In today's claa- to .n reach rr.rh everyone, notably those tho«# rant committal of Campbell on w,ou *h who did not vote in In the last a manslaughter charge which **** on ,r,al I° r nianslaugMer ,tlfled section feature "Where on Who The magistrate said he would! Earth?" ^election. election. was also laid against him.

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session, with hints about Important legislation to be introduced. This usually is supplemented later In the session by a major policy speech by the

second the address In reply to the speech from the throne Wednesday, the second day of the forthcoming legislative session. Premier W. A. C. Bennett yesterday announced that Education Minister Tilly Rolsion would move the reply, and that *he would be seconded by Agriculture Minister Kenneth Kiernan. This I* a departure from established Amato m.* Normally this honor gi>es to two

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These two good-looking privates arr first CWACs on Vancouver Island to be in complete uniform. Both are members of 75th B.C. HAA Regiment. RCA. They are Pte. Joan Taylor. 90f Old Esquimau Road, sitting, and Pte. Rita Kaltenbach, •nbach, 1039 1039A A Fort Street StreeL

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* * * A damage actum brought by Austin E. Goodwin, 1H48 Holland Avenue, against Albert E. Cole, 2945 Quadra Street, was dismissed in Supreme Court yesterday by Mr. Justice A. D. • Macfarlane. Goodwhn, a poultry farmer, claimed damages from Cole, a real estate talesman, on grounds that he had sustained serious Injuries In a collision with Cole * cor last May * * * Absolute Science will meet Monday, 3 pm., at IAS Bufthhy Street. Subject will be Expansion of (XinsclouaneM Agnes Gilson Is minister. * e * * * YMCA movies of southern bus trips will be shown at the **Y" on Tuesday at 8 Films of the 1951 lour to las Vegas and the 1952 tour to Reno and Yellowstone Park will be shown Robert Morrison, program director, report* seats are still

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Pacific itorma have for«ed the Sa. Huntsbrook. out of London, to undeigo repairs by Yarrows Limited at the governno* nr graving dock at Esquimau. The British freighter look a heavy pounding during a recent c raising of the North Pacific and It was necessary to replace a number of rivets below the waterline. l The ship p expected to leave the dry dock this morning * * * lie lore* N. Petrsoo, IS, ntlftaing from Vancouver since Monday haa been found by Victoria police. She has leen returned to her home (n Vancouver. pullr*

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Accidental deaths resulting from the use of manufactured gas in cooking and heating may be reduced with the use of natural gas. The British Columbia Electric Company reported yesterday that natural gas is less toxic than manufactured gas.

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Plans were made to form a junior for ihe 7 to 14 year group Mrs. Christopher Bredenberg will art as leader The SHFKK.MXS looks forward to a visit from New test tube fabrics are bringing a new sheemess to Mr*. W. Lowrey of Victoria early In February to promote must wear a hat lor protection women's lingerie. The spring stockings arc al the new group. •**»"*t the cold! Mr*. William McLaren was most Invisible on the legs be T,,e onl >’ **y out of this cause of the development of a named convener of the fall 11 rt4>al yrl " ,t *,“!* !° new L2 denier thread Formerly, bazaar. ! ‘^? < ffe, t * ve, y each <*•* ln add ‘ Mon the 15 denier was the finest. MEETING to your regular shampoo. Your Nighties are frothier with LADYSMITH hair requires extra care beyond The annual Even ruffles dozen* of flimsy

specUJ hair problem, which I When ahopping for furniture and room accessories don’t y ou might be experiencing at overlook a store here thar Imports a wide selection of merchan- lhu Ume Overheated rooms disc from the Orient, The stock of furniture Is not large but .« benfr bene lh , n 18 w,th ***** moU,u,t ,han tables carved teak There are nearly every piece is Interesting scalp proand chairs for formal and Informal rooms and peeled rattan tidal for hair and

734

LADYSMITH

and

eauti

HOME

Phone

G

to

p.m.

1

1111

FURNISHINGS —

39.50 Mattre*ft 3 sizes 3’3”, or 4’6 ". 180 coil xprinps

4’

*287 Kroehler 2-Pce. Suites! !

to each matt res.*;.

heavy frame! Each

Mohair

Jacquard

Boucle.



31 R6g* $425 4-Pce. Sectional Suite

$45

Cribs panel ends,



a

.

Furniture. Second

*

Look at These Outstanding Values $15 end*.

Each

$545

Bedroom

$421

Bedroom

299.50

Suite

Four-piece Full-sized bod. double

suite in limed oak finish dr*nnrr. 5-drawer chiffonier

and night Special

fay 83.20

Dow a,

table.

$316

Balance Monthly

Bedroom

Suite Five pieces Twin beds, drop-centre In figured walnut vanity. 5-drawer chiffonier and bench. 1 only.

$403

Whitewood Beds

hardwood.

201.50

Half price. Pay f)nl) 40 30 Down. Balance Monthly

_

price!



Full

ton

4 only, each

fet



Walnut 9- Piece Suite China cabinet, buf'table and 6 chairs. 1 suite

159.50

chairs.

1

suite only.

$343

Only personal Shopping

„4

Bedroom

l

1

1

.

Three larg

\



Includes jacknife table, 4 matching chairs and buffet. Natural varmo finish. Special

$75

,

„ ^ -39.50 (ln

deenreted panel.

I \ 1 \

i



^

-



h

,

3.3"

uh

Bed-Regular m»Pl |S2 Mapl' ~~'~ single hcO iuxr 2 only Mahogany veneer. $50 Red* earh

1

1

$35 walnut

tv

Bed— Double

1

1

Waterfall top

mirror veneer, round

\

$26 v i

5

fiiFnlf in Furniture. SFconrt Floor FI Second i

Frigidaire Ranges!!

Fkor„

Reg. *459 75

!



panel

Slightly

All in

Marked

Shipping

Features the famom Frigidaire "Wonder-Oven" You ran hake a rake broil a steak at the same time in the same oven! SimplimaOc oven control and cook master oven clock control. Lifetime porcelain finish inside and out!



Suite Natural Pay Only $41

Down— Balance

Movlhhr.

$195

Special

'

Dreaaer Walnu ----Three-drawer style

qq 80

$108 Dinette Suite

1

39.50 mahogany. nni< hcd 1*. 39.7 5

$.50 [

167.50

— Kroehler

oak

"^

design.

2-piece suite of all-wool frieze. Green or blue, en -j .

-

wle

-

$79.50 Chinoniei-jCoj ked ” a P Shsht.y or«l. Wal.rf.ll vv rllt vmP



finish. Four pieces include double bed. 4-drawer One suite chiffonier, large vanity and bench*

only.

Chlff««i"- Umed marked

Slightly

169.50

$225 Suite 2-piece tapestry covered in green with rolledge cushions. Bv Kroehler.

233.50 Suite

markrf

StlghUy



Each

\

Natural $64 Chiffonier—

9.95

231.50 Suite Modem 2-piece Kroehler Suites, 2-cushion Figured wine or red style. velour. 2 suites only.

13.50

finished.

only

Special, each

21.50

filled

$200



tables.

9.95

9.95

Four-piece

—Child's

m oc

February Sa»e

19.50

end

naturalfinished dresser, 3 drawers of solid

vt

Well sanded and ready to paint or var9 only. Special, each.

$275

Suite

Bird's-eye Maple suite with double bed, double dresser and two night tables. One suite only.

S pedal Pay $60 Down, Balance Monthly

nish.

Special,

com-

$455 9 Piece Suite—Solid oak dining-room suite. Buffet, table, china cabinet and 6

aqo ^ <€aL||

3 finishes.

22.50 Tables Colonial American maple coffee, lamp or



Pay only 46.20 Down. Balancr Monthly

Kroehler

in

featured

\

3 styles

chair.

decorated

33.75

$43 Dresser

—Telephone table

and matehing

29.50

steel

Crib size, $20 Mattresses 27"x50". sanitary white cot-

2 end and 2 cushionized construction. Top quality nil-wool ffieze covered. centre pieces. Mix and match them to suit any room. 1 suite only. Save $85. Balance Monthly Pay J $68 Down,

A smart panel de10" centre panel. 2-inch heavy steel tubing posts with oval fillers. 18 only.

all

Save on quality "Kroehlor” twopiece suites featuring the famous cushionized construction. Luxurious comfort at a low price! The new ripple design in the deeply carved, embossed pattern mothproof!

Features

sign

— 16"

plete with mattress!

Big $S6 Saving! Choice 6 Suites of 5 Colors Only!



$15 Steel Beds

13,95

Furniture

14.95

Special, each

27.50 Tables

struction.

<

Reg. $287



Cribs

All steel con10" panel ends. Complete with mattress! 12. .50

In Odd Bedroom



39.50 Sewing Table** Revolving drawers with holders for all sewing needs. Walnut, mahogany or limed oak.



18.50 Bed Springs High quality spring construction— flexible steel ribbons. Extra

• The New “Ripple" Design

24.95

25 only, each

Pay $39 Down, Balance Monthly

$150

Bedroom

289.75 “Thrifty 30" Frigidaire. newest compact design, biggest thrifty oven. 23" wide. 16” high and 16 deep! 2 only. February Home Furnishing* price

Reg.

Suite

Three-piece suite includes large vanity, double bed and night table. Vanity mirror is slightly marked. -Half price, 1 suite only ...z Monthly Balance Down. Only $15 Pay

Pay 24.28

$75

$480

Bedroom

Suite

pioce twin suite in limed oak.

Two

Modem

Features the cookmastrr automatic oven control kitchen clock. Simpll-matic oven control. Time signal. 5-speed radiantuhe burners. 3 Only. Big $40 saving!.

5-

February Home Fuminhing* Price.

5-drawer

$240

Furniture. Second Floor

242.75

Monthly.

R®8* 399.75 F ri{ld8ir$ Runj^

single beds,

chiffonier,. L^’-ge vanity and bench. Special Hair price Pay $48 Down, Balance Monthly

V

Down— Balance

Look

for the

Many Not- Advertised Appliance

359.75 Specials Appliances. Main Floor

St.

George's

Guild entertained at tea in the parish hall on Wednesday after-

Shoe* High In The Reduced To New

A.

E. Geddes. vicepresident. received the guests. Bowls of chrysonthemums »*»d greenery decorated the hall. The tea table, rovrred with a lace cloth, was rentred with an given recently by Captain and Mrs. arrangement of daffodils, plum

snd Mrs. H.

Wilda Cuthbert SOCIAL AND PERSONAL

I

Banks

a

Our seasonal slock

1

A cocktail party was Ronald Jackson to honor Miss Wilda Cuthbert and her fiance, Lieut. Richard Carle, at their home at HMC Dockyard A neighborhood tea party was given for Miss Cuthbert by Mrs. Gerald Rose and Mrs Jean Skellern at the latter* home Daffodils and mimosa lighted by ypllow on Oliver Street. candle* formed an attractive centrepiece for the table at which A corsage Mrs. D. M. Barr, aunt of the guest of honor, presided of mauve and yellow iris accompanied a dogwood serving tray which was presented to Miss Cuthbert. Those present also Included Mrs. P. A. Green, another aunt of the bride-to-be from Beckwith. Bramley. Mrs. A. Mr*. J. Btandop, Man.; Mrs H. A. Alexander. Mrs. J. M. Carle Mrs W. J V. Church, Mrs. R.

blossom,

Picture, Trice*

aslilon

k

Ix»w

reduction event offers

V#

Mi«* charge

of

auxiliary, which has been operation for three years,

Ramona

"Flautta"

Vitality

Socialites

has 26 active memhers. Funds were raised during the year by Scottish

a

Review,

$ .001 .35 1

spring lea. $74-50; a garden parly, $792.43; a fashion «how,

a

and treat* for special days were

greenery green tall

willow

distributed to the patients.

ROY IMPORTS SALE

The sewing romminee took rare of well as

sll

hospital mrndinfc. a* pillowcases.

15 Fine Imported

making 202

and 16 draw were pads. 12

charge of tea arrangement* and of the guild served.

SUITS Regular $65.00

candelabra. Mr*. E. McNeill. Mr*. H. T, MacGregor, Mr*. L. Kelly and Mr*. C. H. Rennie were In

members

Women’* Style Shoe*

home by the visiting committee, when ice cream, candy, books

sheet,s. 10 pyjamas. 140 air cushion covers, and and there tapers in silver 87 plastic bibs.

pussy

i»sj

outstanding buy* in fashion footwear with Mill a large selection of designs and a good size range available.

n*>on for old and new members $101.85; a rummage sale. $58.97; and supporters of the church of the poinsettla tea and ba/aar. St. George the Martyr, Cadboro $607 11; and birthday box. $8 18. Ray. Forty visit* were made to the Mis* Molly Turner, president,

Parties To Honor

,

SHOE SALE Director*

Mrs. C. E G. Horrod

1

of

so

SEMI-ANNUAL

The

Member*



M

Naysmith moved a vote Mr* of thanks to the husbands. Mr. Winslow presided at the who installation of officers, were Mrs. Warren, president for

Simpson, vice president; Dr. and not expected to exceed $450,000, W. H. Mr. Winslow stated. Appeal* to Mrs. R. Kellon; Mrs Wilson; Dr. Laura Holland; Mr. the public will be made to and Mrs A. F. Stevens; Mr. K. cover the co**t of furnishings. president of the E. Winslow The auxiliary has a bank board of directors, and Mrs. balance of $3,766.09 to he used Winslow', Dr J. W. Lennox; to buy furnishing * for the new Mrs. F. Mutrie; Mrs. M Sear*, building Mrs. C. C. Warren told and Miss Marjorie Gilbart. members In her report. In

fh..

Mr*. J. president

tC

1

c.,

L Gay ton thanked the for her work, and thanks to retiring officers were expressed by Mis. M. Vlgker*.

Mr. Winslow addressed the In appreciation of their work, members of the Victoria Home mating and *|»nke of plans for the to Auxiliary were peisonal guesis the lOOb^d addition Home, election of of the board of directors of the N untng Home at a dinner held Wednes- which i* expected to start early day evening in the Oak Bay this spring. Mr. Winslow said the annual that the federal government had Hotel, prior to agreed to grunt $1,500 per bed, meeting of the auxiliary. Seajed with the president. the provincial government a Warren, at The head third of the cost and the city Mr* table were Mrs. Margaret eounril a grant of $150,000.

Mrs. Vergon Ridgeway, left and Mrs. Lloyd Bassett are conveners of the membership tea In he given by the women's auxiliary to the Family and Children's The affair will he I Service, Saturday, February at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Hunter, 13160 Uplands Road.

v»«t*ru. b

Bailg Colonist

Auxiliary Hears of Plans For Nursing Home Addition

Arranging Memlrership Tea

NOW EXACTLY

Realize $91 A telephone card tournament sponsored by the Royal Oak. High School PTA and convened by Mr*. Ella McCullough netted $9190. Winner* drawn were: ladle*. Mrs. George Pelrlrk, Mi** Pat Lucas. Mrs. A. Pollard. Gentlemen. Mr. W. LevJ*. Mr. R. Consolation. Price, Mr J. Cox. Mr*. Fred Poison. Mi*.* Thom masen.



Dplmanettp* •i’»* by Oim»r »f PsrU •no *«» Vwi H»« II ta 1( It

Joyce" Famous Casuals

H

A »ar» lar*« *r»up (kitotaxUally radurM m#i

11 IV.

USA

II

M

as*

14

M

Women’*

wee

Style Shoe* A hi* r«-ip of Oiort II n»* »r>« and Ion pair* of a kind If r* ha*a four ali»a. you'll «*t a rara

Rat

*ar«aln'

10 0V

lo

1

*



The report card In u*e at the| present time will be discussed at the next meeting on February

>

No Zeta

Alpha

Sigma

Return* from Cal gory

plan*

Mr* J K Cornwall ha* returned to her home. 759 Newport were Avenue, after spending several mfinths in Calgary. Alberta. Thompson

Success Repented’

lo

Honolulu

Mr. and Mr*. S. D. Fevang. 1IT70 San Marino, are leaving today by plane for Honolulu where they will spend a vacation at the Hotel Holiday, Waikiki Ffrach.

S

Deliveries at Sals Prieetl

Quick Relief

120 S

DOUGLAS

ST.

COUGHS -COLDS CLASSIFIED ADS Don't COST-They PAY Another Shipment

WOOL

KNITTING FAMOUS

BOl Ql FT PI

Entertain Dele gat rn

^

|

RE BOTANY

The

Selling at Almost

Softer

Half Price

Mr. and Mrs. Cha*. F. Drager. Foul Ray Road, entertained night for Mr. and Mr* Jack Byer*. Calgary. Alberta, are guests at the Empress Hotel, and Mr Hamid Staples. Manitoba. Mr. and Mrs S. Iy»pt*on. Bredenbury, 5a* katcheuan and Mr. John Steven* MorlnvHJe Alberta, who were here to attend the annual convention of Canadian Federation of Agriculture.

No

Charge*,

TONIC

a

M

doing

No Exchanges, No

OWBRIDGE’S

Jean

and Mr*. Dorothy Prenti** will be in charge, and Mis* Dorl* Hooper will convene rummage sale In April. Mi*. Mrs F. C. Manning. Fairfield Road, has her daughter. Mr*. Viola Bell and Mr*. Ethel Orr Helen Hunt of Sproal Lake staying with her. On .Saturday, presented a fashion show and her son and daughter In-law. Mr. and Mr*. F. C. Manning, and discussion. another son, Mr. A H. Manning all of Calgary, will arrive In the city for a visit. , Mr. Kenneth Manning is coming from Vancouver lo Join hi* parents, Mr. and Mr*. F. C. Manning. The party will stay at the Empress Hotel.

Family Hailing Here

Refunds,

Chapter,

Phi. met recently when for a Valentine's party discussed. Mr*.

Look

Wednesday

who

Benito.

STRIPED FLANNELETTE Heavier Weight*!

For R r ide- Fleet

Put a

End*!

depo*tt on

Ideal for pajamas.

one of these now,

Exceptional Value.

for later

Mill

Vi

COATS

.

Ml** Agnes Region were presented by her little niece. Laura Reston. In a swan decorated in hlur and white at a shourv held by her future sister* In law. Miss Mickey Smith and Mias Birdie Smith, Vista Height*. The hrideelect also received a corsage of gardenia* and blue carnation*, while her mother. Mrs. E. Reston. received pink rose*. Refreshments were served from a lace-covered table centred with a miniature hrlde cutting a shower cake and flanked by blue candle* In crystal bolder* Guest* were Mrs. G. W'att, Mr*. K Re*ton. Mr*. M. Dawson. Mr*. G. l.*ur*en, Mr* R. Guest, Mr*. F. Smith. Mr*. R. Murray, Mrs. M Harvey. Mr*. J. Jones. Mr*. M Hardy. Mr* M Hancock, Mr*. C. Smith. Mr*. G. Foote, and Misses K. Steele, E. Wells, M. Neill. V. Hancock, and R Hardy. Gift*

for

40

delivery

r

CHILDREN'S CLOTHING

CHILDREN S SOCKS Cle*r*nre For age*

1

IM to

The fabulous wool and fur now In spring weight fabric

fi.

.

.

.

soft as a

pus* v willow,

in

delicate pastel shades.

Honored

at

Shntrer

Mis* Ree Naftel. February hrideelect, was honored hy her cq worker* In the department of mine* at a shower held by Mr* Thelma Regan at the home of her mother. Mr* R Clarke, Wllmer Street. A corsage of red rn*e* was presented lo Ml*.* Naftel. with pink carnation* for her mother. Mr*. Opal Naftel. The gifts were arranged in a miniature blue ship with white anchor decoration* In compliment to the groom-elect. PO Robert Hntchbv Lunch waa served by the hostess, assisted by her *i«»er. Mis« Lydia Clarke and little Sandra Regan Those pres ent were Mrs H Davis. Mrs. C. Savage. Mrs J Bower, Mrs J. Turner, Mr*. W. Sutherland. Misses E Naftel. M. Pey. L Primrose. L Davey, R Acker*. D Burton. M. Forrest. G. I j*e. J Cower. P Argot i, P. Davl*. and E Levland

V

BARGAIN SHOP — 7.58

Fort St.

"A Good Place To Sa>e Money

Priced

817 Government G 4737

1

Opposite the Old Post Office

at

As

only

little

as 10 00 down and 1000 per month.

STARTS SATURDAY Imported Grey

WORSTEDS

From As

little

as 9.00

down and

9 00

per month.

Miss Grace Cunningham Harriet

Brand new shade*

Other new spring coats tweed*,

fleeces,

From In

I>cpartment,

As

Main Floor

REGARDLESS OF AGE, MAKE OR

Saturday, -lanti&ry

$0 gnd SI

Ml** Cunningham

will

demonstrate

.

.

lex*

CONDITION, YOI R

OLD WATCH IS WORTH MONEY

Shadow-Free

Make-Up" .

vour guide to »lme-

EVERY WATCH FROM $40

loveliness.

INSURED FREE

T EATON C C 4K.W*** * 1

etc

tr

pastel

>Qf»R

O*

the CoMnetlc

on Friday and

"

in

HARRIS TWEED* ...

Hubbard Ayer Beauty Consultant

little

a* 7 nn down and 7 00 per month.

15

1$

flatly (To lent si

Victoria, I.C., FrL, Ja*. 30

l»53

CFA

Hannam

Picks

FUN with

Hive

Compensation

•H. H. Hannam of Ottawa Shawvilie. New Brunswick: L. Nova has been re-elected president of Johnson. Berry Mills Canadian Federation of .Sootls: A. H. Duncanaon. Css t h e

the

marshal

that then* sets of footprints tn

fire

were two

For Finger

Agriculture for his 14th term. prreaiix. Prince Edward Island: Other CFA officials elected Charles Yeo. Summerslde. Other representatives named yesterday In addition to Mr. vice-presl to the board of governors were Include Hannam. dents W. J. Parker of Winni- J. C. Brownlee. Calgary. United peg, president of the Mdhltoba Crain Growers; Gilbert McMil-

your View-Master

Attorney-General Will Be Told Of Details of New Year's Blaze

Convict Gets

To Serve 14th Term

the frost leading around to tha bark porch where the fire had been started In a wicker basket.

and J. A. lan. Huntingdon, Que., Dairy Elevators, Pool Marion of Montreal, president Farmers of Canada: L. F. Bur the L'Unlon Catholique des rows, Ottawa. Canadian Horticultural Council, and Mrs. N. Cultivateurs.

YOUR COLO

of

oftlfcYHTt OVER 400 7-SCENE REELS IN

cer,

FULL COLOUR AND 3 DIMENSIONS

monton;

- STOPPED

Columbia: A. H. Mer and Mrs. F E. Harknes* of council. in an inquiry at the Courtenay Vancouver; V. E. Ellison, Grandview. Man., NatlonaJ The |2f>0 will be paid out In Courthouse. Walla. Vic- Women's Committee. E. monthly Installments through Magistrate and Mrs. Pidcock Roy Marler, Ed the John Howard Society. thief investigator R. J. told Ben Plumber, CalHolliday, of Vancouver, that gary: L. Pharla. Magrath. Sasearly on January 1 they heard katchewan: W. J. Ball. Regina; the crackling of flames and Gordon Loveridge, Grenfell; L. rushed to the back porch to J. Bright, Regina Manitoba; W. VANCOUVER British CoJ. Parker, Winnipeg; J. D. Wilson, Carmen; J. T. Monkhouse. lumbia Fishing Company offlFQOM any serious Elle. Ontario: H. H. Hannam. dal* have denied VAN'OOITVER (CP»— AppliesOttawa: C. A. Milligan. Nap- competition between B.C. canned anee; J. A. Ferguson. Port salmon and fish Imported from lion to strike out two para graphs from the defense In the Stanley; J. C. Broderick. St. Japan. The statement was issued in libel case of former attorneyA Quebec: J. Catherines. British

C

Oyama;

&

toria. Alberta:

1

Fish Officials

Deny Threat

!

Marion, Montreal; H. C. Bol*. Vancouver In reply to a stateTelford. menr in the House of Commons Mrs, Montreal; N. by MaJ.-Cen. G. R. Pearkes that "Japanese cartned flah imports were threatening the B.C. market.” However, officials added that the situation could become serloua if Japan were allowed to The Northern Electric Com- flood the market with cheap pany will direct two shows on tuna. lower lighting at the modem ballroom of the Cryaul Garden on Monday and Tuesday.

1

general Gordon

^cost

Ottawa

has

editor,

will

industrial

be

laMau An

not

im|>



> Quit

Hi. ad Tahint.

Dr.Chase *«• It

It was dismissed in Supreme Court her* We«inesday by Mr. Justice H. S. Wood.

Wlimer.

G%HaJLiAM(jkti(pe

Handy invelopa Site .3 ft Save 44f Buy the Economy Sis* (40 Tablet.) $1.40

Il-

shown on

Monday and

Street lighting lighting will feature

program on Tuesday. Both shows will start

and the

at 7.30

p.m.

Cunninckam

Exceptional values In

at

home

furnishings

.

.

.

Items' for

practically every room in yemr house carrying price tag* seldom seen these days! Furnishing a new home, or refurnishing the one you now have TAKE ADVANTAGE

Oruf Sftrsi Talas



Dn|lti

OF THEBE VALUES AT CHAMPION’S!

MATTRESS IMI OaaiU*

SPECIALS!

•«.

Waadwartf tiaras (VltUrlal

1.14

"STARRY-NIGHT” CLASSIFIED ADS IMaJ

Beacon S181

— Ask

for Claaaified

SPRING-FILLED

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

MATTRESSES -

With

5- Year

Guarantee

Btsal Pad Imulslsn. of mattrea* covered

Hummer

*kle layers of

In

high grade white cotton

felt;

winter

aide of mattress covered with wool! Pre-hallt borders, turning handles and finished in top grade raised

medallion covering. A superior mattress, the price pared down for our

February Sale!

Regular $72JVO

SALK SPECIAL

Here's an economical multiple vitamin tonic for the whole family. VITOGEN with its improved

formula containing more Vitamins A-B-u and If Vitamin Deficiency Is Important minerals. leaving you tired or without appetite or an easy mark for Winter ills, take pleasant tasting VTTO-

GEN TODAY— Now

in

two forms!

Y^Z

RAYON MARQUISETTE TAILORED CURTAINS these

-25

.

.

bronze

English

finish.

Weighted haae. Complete with

.

to hang, large hems. Washable. 42” x Rl”.

bowl and

100, 200

and 300 watt

globe.



Per pair

1

In

your wtqdowa with handsome curtaina

Refresh

Ready

I

i#

Many in

other outstanding value* our Drapery Department

MODERN PULL-UP CAPSLLE8— (Each 1

THAT

NIP

COIJI IN

teaspoon liquid).

capsule equals

CHAIRS TZ

TOO'*

THE BID!

TAKE GRIP-FIX T0NITE! Relieves feverish distress in head and soreness of muscles and, limbs due to a 4 fin GRIP-FIX taken on the first sign of a cold rarely and I falls to breuk up and prevent a serious attack

cold.

iff

fa#

»ww

Spring seat* And quality covers with your choice of light of dark wood arma anil kgs.

BEDROOM SUITE

SALE SPECIAL

Refurnish vour bedroom with this quality Piece* will easily fit Into any sire room! Full panel bed. chiffonier, vanity with plnte-glasa mirror, and upholstered

aulle.

bench.

4-PIECE SUITE

NEED HEARING AID BATTERIES? Did you know you can purchase your batterief for all make* of hearing aids at any one of your two conveniently located Cunningham Drug Stores* Tested for peak strength before you buy!

SPECIAL. S- PIECE

.,‘169.50

.

— BED.

SUITE

DRESSER

and

BOX SPRING WITH

CHIFFONIER

"legs

DINING ROOM FURNITURE 7-Piece Matched

SPRING-FILLED

MATTRESS

6-Piece Natural Finish

Walnut

DINETTE SUITE

DINETTE SUITE

SALE SPECIAL

a

WANT DOWNY SOFT WOOLLENS? ZERO cold water soap especially developed for washing woollens. keeps woollen* soft and new without and danger of shrinking

Die

C

3w

aulle. Including exten < h » kr*« buffet with 8 large alre suite at a ban

China Cabinet. Buffet. Extension Table and four Panel backed Chair* in beaullfut matched, nut brown walnut!

Lerge

SPECIAL

SPECIAL



alre

«*»bk *"‘1

front

A

ZERO

QQ^ vO

ratim Ttuxw

mid

I

TABLETS

On

Commercial and

fait toolbar atari 4 knait ap 10 ul 4 In oaa 4«- H Dr 1 ham

mum

(a lari }4 kmiii rciuia ib« >P« of ina ••II U*a or iba inn uoa turn '.ba anwia' rut io 1 ha IV A. kata UaluiM la. lid. OakailU, iatb (iimau II 00 to lLaar Iroa ni cold inlniinair ail uiaraa

Its

Application to have the para graphs struck out was made by T. G. Norris, counsel for Mr.

flood

holes? (tan ol oJd HBimiBi uaa

•*n »r«i it-

dis-

rnfased

Lighting,

1ST 24

umi

against

been

Shows Planned

lumination

Burke, he said.

Anderson told the Inquiry he didn’t rememtjgr getBurke out of the car. claimed he was asleep during proceedings. the whole CpL Malcolm Matheson told that ting

MacLean-Hunter Publishing Co. of Toronto and Hlalr Fraser,

i

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q ,o iy40

A-49 recomdltlaned

Mercury Tudor Meriury Sedan,

Freferi Sedan, very low mileage heaiet Pal* price

MorrU Minor

1*49 Auatin

1949 Naah.

Cl«# v

47

heater, in very

Chevrolet Coach good cnndltion

h**l*T Tudor, aar nwnei car

49

fanuary Price#

redo up or

dawn

OPKN9AM TOIfM

3937

E a

AUTO SALES "PAYDAY SPECIALS

I

CRABB'S

$1295 M

WTLLYP DEAI

dfDANrrTR.

•‘SUPER ’*

»9*5

Sedan

.40

nerv YDU

a -ilee 1 I

40 Prefer!

parted

c

Bperial aal# price I I

1959

ipion

7191

bode and motor a and any lime after • pm

I

QO^ 50“

in

pnre

REMEMBER

1919 Chevrolet teatraat 1*49 Hnrru Ogford

9 p

BOICK

1AJ1

rrr AUTOMOBILE INwritten at low ratea. Ltd 14-hour telenhotra

wall

n *aron

733*

Reduced to Dodge Sedan, very good h-e'et

AROUND TOWN FOR 14 HOURS TO SEE IF YOU CAN FIND A

to

Foater

BndayrnndlGon O

Values on Sale Week ^nd at the



SPECIALISTS'

OR

m

la

Hawkea

powerful

Bargain Exchange

TORIA SUPER HER VICE LTD VICTORIAS BRITISH CAR

BELOW MARKET VIEW

$100 *nr«

rood

PI 'HD DRIVE SEDAN radio and heater Et-

OODGE riiatam

heari op auto row

J

Heater

SEDAN.

glN.

E

DOUOLAR

turanr#

>d

MANY CARS AUSTIN

I

J

runt well

it>echanliallv

qc 7

Only

molar

ear alien!

WEST COAST AUTO SALES

Douglaa

*77

1*71

USUAL EASY TXRMB

• 19

DB let

PLYMOUTH SEDAN

',714

OPEN EVENINGS TILL

SANGSTER'S

Mowiarey

ae.lcwn-

.

“trr

A

Panel

I

WILL VS COUPE, new a

W1LLYS

Truck Mercury a-Panel Tru Ford Van Truck Al 1*43 Chrvrolrt l -Ton Pane III* Pnrd 1*47

B 624

rondl-

.

1*4* Mercury Pickup. Al 1*4* Per d Pickup. Al

THE ROUND-UP FOREMAN

1*

Sedan

beater

etc

TWO-RSDNOOM HOURS OR DUPLEX February 39 Couple with me child rear* Cycling School I 5154

Is

paint

SlkQ.

vary

$1095 B-and

CONDI

IN Ifgy

IVIN

Term*

la>» (Jive liberal •I *40 Terma E

Heater

atrellerl

Ip

MORE TO CHOOSE TRUCKS OP TOP VALUE 1951 Auatin Siauon Wagon, beater.

uardea

enynn $Z/o0

A vary clean rar

13.999

Station Wagon w*ui 'ha lamoua

sedan’

FORD COACH OOOD ROOT AND

l*1»

an* owner

«*l

SEDAN

radio,

$1779 NTUDEBAKER CHAMPION Sedan - oqc Overdrive, and air rondltluner ZyO THAMES **-70H PANEL molor completely ernr overhauled Pjyj

Al

vet

DOWN

conditioner

-FRANK

1154

1*4*

:;re..r

white walla. Al

OLD CAR CORRAL

UP

WE TRADE

bv II

ruaium

Cuatom

B 1032

pn

new condition

Abtohitaly

AUSTIN A 49 Sedan. Grom.!,

air

eat gf *99

'

vomean#

Beat ol ralerenrea Victoria Fra**

THREE- ROOM COTTAOB ami e«ak uove if r-.**;bl». mrle

with

Price

ta

PLYMOUTH

1049 Ford

5913

951 Votes

new WUlya Aero Sedan.

arand

thla

etc

Reduced tn

Mora U»ed Car* and Choote From at

Matty

PANDORA AVENUE

•37

healer,

TO PAY CA5H

Our Open-Air Showroom

nn

O

LOUIS NELSON LTD

A

YOU DON'T EVEN HAVE

-m

Ltd.

-

PONTIAC SEDAN

1*4*

M WOOD MOTORS

I

Lua# Tudor, heater, heater,

BERNIE NICHOLLS CAR SALES

UFVTAIBB

BAT room*,

Adtllt*

n- t

SCTTY

eimamr

lavei

m

ROOM

apartment.

l

nrvow

a to

H"B air rondltluoer Will tell Rir IftM down or lake yowr car a* down gar’ ment Come and aa* thla today

'

ter *|r*

SAVE $200 SAVE

little

fURILKB DISTRICT

Twn-bedniam nouac. duplet pc lui'-e a anted very urgrr.lly by ruiple a wa Cltriat an h •chpol-ag* buy*

Tudor,

Cuatom

Tudor,

1949 Pnnllae

Masters Mot6r Co.

Complete

P>*a* help'

COMFORTABLE

Ford

Cuatom

BETTER

OLSON'S

Phona X 9791

BOI Sia WANTKD TO KKNT, UNFURNISHED

15s

METEOR CUSTOM SEDAN WITH HEATER OLDSMOBILE •«" SEDAN, RADIO AND HEATER

radio.

D*

MODELS

C«l-

SMALL HOME RELIABLE MIDOLX-AOB

Mur nvomna

lor

Would

tenant*

>»• ai

healer,

Pbrdnr.

CHEV SEDAN CHEV BLDAN

aterdrlve.

YATES STREET E

TOWN!

IN

in im-

1pm

a usttiT

i»m

healer and eir-citndftioat r driven only 11 000 mllra by on* rareftil owner. Ilaa been kepi showroom In rnnrtMon throughout Phone O 14*5

AI

1B50 Pnrd

SALES 1030

HOVSra WANTED TO

U

C'i» tom

n#a*er

I

work

y*y 0 4/1 y40

mrDKRAKrn champion,

Si real

REDAN HU-LMAN MINX REDAN DODGE SEDAN RADIO, HEATER

W* Hare

1950 Kurd

TOP AUTO

V*Dcou«*r

to

light

merulAle condition Miut veil qulrklr aa moving east bv February I *g40 down and avium* peiment* Can be aeen between I and dally, 111* Nudlln

SEDAN A U87 IN A 49

See Thewi Outstanding

OLSON'S LOT

THHEX -OBDncvOM HOUSE WITH FAbErnaot. raaronabie rent.

to buy trireme

9411

1953

TIP

You Are Missmg THE BEST DEALS

Lilt-Van aervica to

rate*

eachanye

In

roRO PREFECT

0*71*

Big Setertlon"

4

1149 Moriartn Pordor hea er. Al Cueiomltn# Pa r d vr. 1949 Pori heatar. Al 1947 Purd Cuatom Fordor, beater.

PRICK IS REFUNDABLE IF YOU FIND A BETTER DEAL

MOVtNO AND STOR Inral and longin Gland SC Main-

Loweat

aorvlra

ELDERLY COUPLE TO SHARE HOME with <»• aotking

1108

You Have Not

If

ALERT hrRVlCW THANSFER OO LTD Wh*n mnvtpg fait ua for l**t rehAni#

TWO-ROOM PtmHUHID

I

Suitable

aulia

—E

The Used Car Values

Vancouver

enupi*

THREE-ROOM BUTTE THIRD FLOOR, FBRRUARY

H 0

RENT. Pt’RNIHHEn

TWO-ROOM SUITE FURNISHED CLEAN

•<

Monarch Fordoc,

COMING SOON

1036 Yale*

B4SE

eratlng,

Ptairi# po into C *972

land

HkiiAN

ocn YDU nrn yOU ocn y OU

Trurka

Meteor Pordor AI Ford D* Luge Pordor. AI

FOR THESE SLASHED CAR PRICES AND WELL EVEN FINANCE YOUR 1957 PLATES ON ANY CAR ABOVE

Take advantage »1 the blgaeat tal* Ynu ran nqy a car hera and more far tomorrow tall It monev

OLSON'S

Al Your Service FI

OUR

Codilloc

.

Yates At Quodro

I 4191 ’tSIONFKl WtLJ. UIW f WO- ROOM CON- P* 'atiag* with plumbing light aatrr and

B

tamed

CHcv., Olds

INFUBNLSHKD picking

»<*

dlttanc* moving

Jar two.

PURNIBHED

FTUCCV3

F bruary

and garage

Ac#

FUR- IEEVCS BROS

Immediate |HMac*elon.

NICE IJ4ROR

Ct>

IIOI SFH TO KKNT, IT RNISHKI) OR

MODEft-

SUITE

SIX-BOOM

n in 7 4V

1*4*

-

1951

BERNIE NICHOLLS'

LIMITED

4113

LOWER DUPLEX

741* Dauglai



I

t

At

1950

1951

n j>n

ll tr? winter rite* taaNf in gfferi heating and rcfrigeratiim central Belmont »u atop* at door

Ruaarll Blraet

JIOpJ

SEE BERNIE

Inspected

FAIRFIELD.

middle-

Ford Cttatom Pordor. radie,

radio heatar,

1950 Ford

PASSENGER » i ZQS

YES' FVFRTTHTNO IR REDUrED TO CLEAR AND MAKS BOOM FOR

MOTORS

three >#4rnr>mi end rement !»*•ft. me meat Oak Flnnra *tr 4*5 90 |ter irnnth frnm February 15 No amall children Rial* gntlltv ta pay Bna M| Victoria

Pr»a*

SEDAN AUSTIN A 49

,

SMALL nANOl-STYL*

A

NEW

LOVELY

OR au-

;

A

Dickie

19*1

tour tear* old. dote to I>ean flteplac* well landgarage,

TWO

niahed and heated. cMIdrwn well 'me

TWO

-

radio

SIX-ROOM HOUSE

THE ISLAND

raped lot Rent INI per month New nil and electric combination atnv# fully tntailed can b# purthated at 1)73 Con. Newa'.ewd Reaktv Ltd la* I V 9aund#r» *** Fart Street gll** day ar night.

available

It'll

with

and h»*ter

ON

BEST BUYS

NEWLY

BAY.

:9

B

Pnrt

room-

trmatlr haat hot aatar eir aged rnunle preferred E 29*4

TWO OR THREE -ROOM

COUPE

tor

WILSON OAK

qernrated 3‘» mom*, aenarate entrun«i‘. bath roam nil raner aarden ba’emr.il tinker lurnate 143 59 per month, and tvnan' la prorld* heat and hot water ami light for upper and lower aulte*

rlty

oil

4

LOWER DUPLEX

Adult*. Really.

at*

rent 945. Chrialia. Bel

child,

or.#

after

l»g

hauaekeeplng. 3349 Catlburo Bay Ri>ad

Bay

695

SI FIVE

LINCOLN

4*5 393 395

.

Panal

.

BALM

CAPITAL AUTO

»•* Ill

.

Monarch

DODGE

4iTi

S-Ton Pictup

GET WISE

:

CLEAN r FRONT LIOBT

*15 »»5 7*5 9*5



Pickup

't-Ton

International

31 Intarnatlnnai

*U!T

FURNISHED THREE-BEDROOM HOME

McClHl*

III!

-

ax

*754. altar • p m.

LARGE FRONT ROOM tint

RS-

DUPLEX

LAKE.

quirk frce»* Rent frig, atbve *AUOR LARGE BFD-SITTlNa electric required O *1M Ml Trulch B 3334 1*5 Releten. e* MOOSE RAdEMENT. OA HOUBF-KEEPING ROOM. CLOSX lOUR-RoOM flute 'to bua. Phohe E2I51 it*

VILLA roani! Ir

'Jl

1

r,

595

kli.i

S-Ton Pickup

J* Ford 43 Fargo

MODERN

A95

l,l*» I

Vedy good. A snap

AUSTIN

"

t

*1 >44

Sedan Plymouth Sedan

1*1*

*7*g Will

Radio and heater

trade

arrant

1114

NEW YORKER $1695 _ healer CHRYSLER WINDSOR

1595 1

47 International '--Ton Pickup

Phone

*59

i

.

Clirerolet

is

Clean Loaded with .

Vanguard

IM1

I

Pnrd

l**l

•9»\

$1945

SEDAN

fluid .

'.-Ton Pickup .• »on .•I'k'ip



Aunln Panel

heater.

.

CHEV COACH

SEDAN

O

LANGFORD

TWO ROOMS.

Ft. AT

dnead ta carnant ar.

Rent

>0.

Oli-t> Malic bungaloa Richmond. Deapard

three-bedrowm

couple

ROOM

FIVE

June

to

49

drive,

rtghl.

Cnupy

ettraa l*5«

I

heoi»r.

Cuatom Fordor.

1*51

if.

four-wheel

J»eti

mo

eondtiinn. priced 1*)* Bul'k Flve-Pa»*enger • » a pin, vary good

I

heater.

1*50 Ford D* Lu»e Ootip*. three -p* avenger A!

Fnrj

WlUyg

1*41

I

Al

flie-paaxenger,

aarwgr drive- In 9543 area. 1145

I4MI WIMBLEDON HOUSE

Park

I

after » pm. BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED

,R

Pickup,

. *•

vr

.

4* Chevrolet Sedan Delivery, neater 41 International i-Ton Pickup I* Mercury H-Ton Pickup

HOUSE. FURNIRHED

POUR -BOOMED

-Ton

'j

drite

Cbe«r«let

SI

DECCI-

rared light hnuaekeeptng rrvim Cnnifurtab * bed prefer qultt gentleman B *415.

Ford

1951

CHXV COACH

*PA |17|

FORD COUPE TRADES AND TERMS

OS B *719 n A o DO DOE CUSTOM y4y HtfVINfy FHIVATELT* SEDAN SKE US FOR low raU* ta ftnanra that nurrhaea. inid PLYMOUTH SEDAN, Loam arraneed while ewu wait H W. V4Z HEATER MIHVr h Co 1004 Onvernmeot O 4A1I. rrrUDEBAKER CHAIMPION 10X0 747 SEDAN HEATER AND RADIC own FORD 3-TON. y 1M WR. 7 a O i*4l FORD SEDAN— ^TIRES OOOD NEW yoO hoist and gone h-ake lining*, kingpin* rad battery, ropy jay.. rhnrh paint Job. air MM Apply 1*71 FORD U TON net wean Birhrnond • and * pm No 95] $75C dealert 0 1*57

Coup*.

hi otiWIlvr Cut turn C»up*.

NS

*1

J~w n 74/

10-7 y4/ iQin ,

$2 q 95

PACKARD

*7 5*4

Plymouth S.ilurban, heater

*9 *1

NEWLY

FAIRFIELD. Pt EA8AN1

, I

I

CHRYSLER

Snnurban

Chevrolet

I

I

Convertible

Th#

_

only

for

NASH LAFAYETTE SEDAN

1*37

WOOD

M.

I

HURRY'

,

,

I

Metenr

»*•# beak

Ot.DNMORU.E SEDAN Motor overhauled New tire* Clnod buy *7M

1

o Commercial

in

Daily

FOR OUR USED CAR SALE

TUDOR

and

radio

once

to 9

HILLMAN MINX SEDAN

1*1*

Only

I

TUDOR

VANGUARD

retycmlW# J Uhl la# dtatrtn. A»i>t| H * *1*. Victoria Prra*

SELF-CONTAINED

M.

heater

Open 9

I

SPECIAL FOR TODAY ONLY ford di luxp ^udor inci 1951 SEDAN, radii*, natter

healer,

And for the Man Who Wonts the Utmost Value

CONTAINED

-

Your Ford Dealer Since 1909

CHXV COACH

g**g

condi-

1**1

buy

MOTORS

lualri

SEDAN,

Btnc'K

CHEVROLET SCDAH HIIXMAN SXDAN Gawd

1*47

WATCH LIMITED

BERNIE NICHOLLS 1951

PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN DS LUXE SXDAN 754! Berte* Fully equip, and la lunimt ooudiuaa. pad

Atlos Theatre

to

J.

1*51

In

TOUR RILLMAN DEALER

•••

rtrKB ST

»J*

NATIONAL MOTORS

.nuiCK BLDAN

$3095

!T,

»nd

-

$350 $250

3iU“j

WHAT

M

rcaaoniole r«nt Port App.y 7 1 S7 fort, alter 5

auite

SKI F

"

REMEMBER CARS COST LESS

-

ariarlnvnt.

lanant

U»* ol oh'inv. vainer Linen euppUed Cen1097 Jbhn.on

ttnk.

fridge and tral Apply

before.

«r

10

furnlaued Street are*

THREE ItGOMPTi

KITCHXNFTTK

BUrrr very warm

i

M

heater.

MOTORS LTD.

E 403] Douglaa Street

>450

_

MX

A

FITZER

_

OR MACK AT

US'JCE

tion

$795 $125

rORD



CHEVROLET Ton-dnor

'SI

COUPLE REQUIRES TUB YT.-NOOM UN.

543*.

HOU8KKKCPlN(* ROOMS TO Ri'INT, FURNIM*

BACHFtOR

to Colqlut* II

conn iOtJU

-

radio

DOWN

S895

$745 $595

mile*

3.190

only

blue,

wk#

DODOS TUDOR FORD SEDAN

CORNER tSQUIM ALT AND ADMIRALS

1*4*

FORT ST

.

1175

SI 19b

DAVIS MOTORS LTD.

-

iwo-t'rna

——

— A

atlll

bu*

Convenient

marhlnr

V1-FAS8

wonderful condition Wee 12 l*» but further reduced by • 170 tfhftQC to Red Spot price of only

"-here 1 can u»e telrlgera'ir, piano,

ranee,

elec'rlt

A

RENT POUR ROOMED

TO

**lf -contained,

wathii'g

NOW UPSTAIRS ROOMS

AVAILABLE

M

WANTED ague

ROOM

HKD BITTING

A TTB ACTIVE near park

CLOSE

9107

BUICK COUPE. FI

11

1*1*

1*4*

•U

Next je'O

7J

54iM

'A" Cuupea. each

M'Xtel

$395 $295

$2895

Down

SPECIAL

Mow*

ISl

ESQUIMALT

IN

Yarrow* and Naden

Sate

heatar. ..

OLDSMOBII K ROCXrr

TODAY'S RED-HOT "RED SPOT"

leye* convenient in bathroom Rualnaat 9773 lady preferred 175 month

room for rent for

.

S

_

^

Twn

Cheaper

$375 $275

JJ m lea „ CHEVROLET FIVE P ASHEN OER COUPE, radio cnnTC 2>ZZ/ and heater paymenl

..

— ...

and

radio

C QC

earh

t]i

I

repoiaeaelona nuat ba mid bp txMh in eiceilent eondii.nb. e Man. neat

older

1*41

»J*t>

ietud#bakrr Brdan* t»U»* need* rol'J7 Chevtnlet Convertible lltlvit repair* Open ta offer* .. .. *150 'Id Poniiar Sedan • 111* 1 * Poid Coup# »l#» 14 CUr* rule! Coupe

two-ton*



with



1942££,jr

AT

WANTED. UNFUKNISIIKD

PR1VI-

1947

Now Was $695 $525

'] Hillman Sedan

1

I

The** rata may be purrhaaed by any reapnnatbla family with NO PAYMENT earept aalaa mi and Inauranea at

_

1*14

OLDSMOBILE BOCK FT •nlT 3.500 a -y

PONTIAC,

— _

>4 Chevrolet

3*

APAKTMKNTS

KI-AT8 snd

ll»

7134

BEDROOM

k»Jl»

niahrd aulte. aell-cunvamed

IF

gatage

houaeteeplng.

light

or

Standard Caaeh Ford B*dan Sedan Naeh Sedan

t*

PUR MIDDLE AGED COUPLX DESIRE -

1*07

QUIET HOME ROOM dealred

.

Coup#

rhrv olet Sedan Dodge Cnupe „ 71 Bulrx Seda if heater B^‘. n h,A1#r •t

'41

NO CHARGE TO IANDI.ORD8 WITH RENTALS

>

WATER

HOT Cine#

MERC - O MAT1C,

2S

_ —

Two-door 40 Plvmouth *0 Mcj-rta Convertible 40 Dodge Two-dour 40 Studenater nve-|ia**«nger

navy p*n*l»n»r and hi* wile muntli. mini be around »J0 a

Bat

R

952

Good

a

STUD KB AKER HILLMAN

323 Ed-

WANTED, FURNISHED

CTKJIWOOD



heater

'41

e.er-

on These

NEAR NEW NIFTIES

and

radio



1 -P**t

1

•17

$1350 $795 rone 307J

AUSTIN -T' SXDAN

ON THESE

lk

PARSENOER



CONVTR7THI.E

PRICES



Aiiatln Sedan Vanguard Sedan,

rtVE

tiSln MORKih

EYES

ROUND*UP BUYS AND SAVE $ % %

CHOPPED

L 1*5

Deal Depends on the 1952 APARTMENTS Dealer io^o

Btreat.

FIJITK snd

Central, »eeluded. cumfurtabla Breagfatt optional 157* Cold Harbor Road i«ff Phnr.# CM5I> Belmont Avenue



I

SKLF-CnNTAINED

SUIT*. and wood cook *to*a, 140

ROOMS TO KENT

rheym'

•40 '50

range hut water 3*7* Drugla*

Adult*

TWO-ROOM Coal

'

_

H

How We

See

Two-door heater *0." radio Sedan _ and beater Pontiac Two-door Hydramatle. radio and heater Chevrolet Sedan Pnnitae Sedan radio and heater 4e an tieater 40 Chevrolet Two-door neater •*1 Morri* Otlord 44 Oldimobl'e Sedan, hearer it OltUtnobtla

'50 '.A»

Two

January

Tudor, rlean .... .. 117*

Coupe Pulrk Sedan '1 yarn Naah

C 3

at

Esquimolt Service

Checker Flag Speools

$1395

.

PONTIAC

OLDSMOBILE

YOUR

FEAST

•»t

SELF CON-

FULLY

tatned.

Oarag*

par- ward

Bod aitunf r«im Reply *lvin* full Uc ulAra, »«» 1170. Victoria Pr»«a

57

ROOMS

THREE

BOAKO

snd

WANTKD ELDERIY COUF1.E. ROOM AND

pejR

nan three -pi*"-* bath * All Ulllitlet 4U0PII*d

ocean view

TWO

COM PORTABLE ROOM

willing to »har*. board optional.

36

radie

'

'*0 Oldantnbil*

MS

aulle

ROOM AND BOARD FOR LADY. OR 1414 Cook 1 *037 between 7-* pm housekeeping room E *1*S. POR RENT POUR ROOMED UNFURgarage autte Mtnl-baoewtent COMFORTABLE HOME TOR A YOUNG ntah*d bathroom Palrlleld *44. RtIM Share man Eacellent meal* O 3711. OF ALL TYPES LET ROOM AND BOARD FOR TWO* MEN, ACCOMMODATION US SAVE YOU TIME AND CNEnOY RENTALS UNLIMITED !»• BROAD ROOM AND BREAKPAST. *» PER FOUR-ROOM UPPER fMIPLSX WITH oaJJ wia.lt* wee*



USED CARS AT

'47 Crtviley

44

KJT;

used cor.

Anything Until You

h»*‘-er

value

Phene nr Wrlla law A Sidelmann Ltd 17*0 Marina Drlva, Nnrth Vancauver North l»»*TI

>

You Haven’t Seen

Well,

ar.d

heater

Oldimoolle Sedan Oldamootl* Sedan *nd newTfr

'*!

heat,

BUSINESS SELF-CONTAINED TWO-ROOM PART ROOM AND BOARD FOR needed B 173 Oaraar

gentleman

radio

Sedan.

Jl Cadillac

Phina O 074e Valroie Aoartmenla FOUR-ROOMED SELF-CONTAIM.ti OR

AND BOARD

Earrptlnnal

Rrakew

two new Urea

paint

new rtn«i

relined

AUTO SALES

CHEVROLET f t / dC OZD SEDAN — 5 . STUDERAKKR t r /QC 3 IO/J COUPE PONTIAC REDAN One owner

Only a few "bucks down" and you con ride the range in a good

jh

i

$1995

ROVER

1948 New

Sedan

SPEEDWAY

used cars.

Used the

HATCHET!

VALUE LISTINGS

Death Drive

2150

New apartment now

IN SELECT HOME FOR ONE ClKNTLBman only, ail eoDvenlencek. two but#*

B 731*

Who

DEALER HERE'S TODAY'S TOP

kitchenette, bam large bedroom 10 Grand View ano e lot. Tea cl»«et Apartment* 141* Pern wood

CRAIODARROCH

1417 lady ur *4*7

lor

O

LIVING

SUITE

ro-im,

CRAIOMYLE. Gannon.

THREE ROOM

«

ROVER

Trade and Terma

IN

The Old Corral is chuck "good steers" in full of

WASHINGTON

ISLAND'S LARGEST

7pm

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47

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3 -BEDROOM*

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.

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DOWN

$2500

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DOCTOR'S ORDERS

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$6000

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LISTINGS haute*

BERNARD &

Snap al (14 Mm tor buxihnlak rnmpr***er Mr P Pin. IlelaCo. B4I(I. evening*. Eelmwnl

to city

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DOWN

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$2500

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APARTMENTS

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INVESTMENTS

Hen*

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room*: large tot to water•HI n**r per.unne. Title |, g reel rood home for large .ajnlly, nr a •nlendld nropoemon for wvgnua large

out

IMMACULATE AND OUT

C.

modern *l*-r>»in bungalow in Oak Bar Wirt hay* throw bodraom* dining room bevemrnt 011-0 Mane hrotlag Thl* b uriern Phbne Ken McConnell He* Brown Bent O Ell Agencle* Ltd 1133 Ilian aherd Street

PACIFIC

374

market

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REALTOR MARRIOTT HKALTY

N,>

aff the

Esroie

POR BUAINKHRpR RP« A BUSIN (3W

3418 Oouglat

IH A. ruisnwve. i,.ro..tLtd^ roa.n-, Motor* I *021

PHASE

At.rNrB

BY

will

A D Brownawy.

1)1* tr Sac.**

B Tio#

call

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INSIDE

K'llmet Ltd

114* ORC AH STREET SOLD Elford of Vernon MagUa Co Ltd

l

l»)l A fCIIUCRR DP m)i*i ter *i*

Of AMBER LAIN BIURET EOLD EY

Ittl

with

O

YORKSHIRE

pi****

onn

HAROLD

.

l.ii.yl IfAi.

HART &

COMPANY, LIMITED

’44) HU. 1 JUDE EOLD **V •v*r* of Tuwn Ar C.runlry llume. Limited. rtroet. Phone N 727# a* we tom IlMinge Cl ten I* o ailing

D3J Qutdr*

-

Over

tractlea

need

230 EMPIRE SOI. O RY N WARE OP lown % Cuunlrr Hume* Limited 1*31

down

TOE

OP

Particular*,

N H A — N H A. 3 BEDROOMS BRAND NEW

•g»

COMPANY LIMITED

GILLESPIE,

luted two bungahiwa #r» leaving and are

(I 300

PI**** wak fur

wilhmil a doubt

BT

& O

aT.

4r>yw-ln

A HOME WITH CHARACTER

Itaiitia

AVENUE SOLD

Roy Smith and Cliff llre*n af We*«ern Home* Ltd Plea** phone year Haling in now G Ml* or O *38*

GENUINE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY

jwneri **11.

T

,b#

BERNARD

A.

SOIZ) BY PAUt. Country Nonet direct Pbsoe

w# nead your

CAMBRIDGE

recently II. e

pr, •' ,,

Even in a*

1441 SAANICM ROAD POLD BY N Wgf* and B Price of Town * Ceuntry Home* Uml led 1P3) Quadra Street (I

bav*

• hi.;,

MJVITT

Further

O MU

DOWN

$1500

aniluu* la

Pry.

131) ATOLONK DRIVE SOLD BY HI reaihltieUon and add to that e filth Whet bracket turnover W* repeat, Allen. Wrwiern Hume* Ltd b'aullful ili irrt veil limbered water- eei.ulne opportunity R 2v Cam to hend.v Eve* Albion 21* If colieet front pruperiv with e million duller 3t*M0 • Por Infurmellnn re abnv# i.rupview Plan ynttf own •er.irllv here wllh • flie# «aU L J Colli*, evening* B 3.144 3)1* WICKtDW BXCLUBIVE WTTII nine rut* cottage, plu* •tore teerupm. Herold Ware ol Town » Cuuntry Home* and evmfiirtehl* living quarter* In mein Limited 1*71 Quadra Bl. Phone R 7)7* building Add r**r* (a yuur Ilf* In ihl* heelthv wtrl r*v» nu#. producing lacellon, Ill* RICHMOND BT SOLD BY HAROLD k»M term* tW *39 W*»o of Tuan * Country Home* l .1 ml Led MAKE MONET BUY A HOTEL 1(3) Quadra St Call me ax B T31(

POT OASH

At*

Shown by appointment only tor K C. McConnell - Rea.

St

MR

CORPORATION

on Ch >Y4DU

price

2r

All lypee nf pyoperUe* urgently tapulred in «b#e* dlairteu Prompt action

In

ST-

TATES

gel

REVENUE WATERFRONT Tan

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l

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ti.

I

front

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YOUR CHOICE

HIGH QUADRA SAANICH

dullara

A

Phoo# n 7)7#

end Oltmiilc* Uroe* rrunj, over III 000 per annum Our be*t buy »B SUM ter mi . .. HIM*

Paid tor Good Clean. Late Model Died Cere

I

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION

of Town Limited. 1(73 Quadra B IM1 day B 7771 nil*

over exceed* 111$ MO Id**! «et-up for botcher end grocer partner* Long *>tvarttvw Irate on ne*r-new ..lil ting Gnly 14 veil i>l u v .tor k will handle, Pull nrire

RiltlSinl

Call

a

,

HOMES LIMITED

S »0d7 to Hat tour aU ortc# 'irget

or

ApoeluU

HIGH EARNING RECORD

Self *erv* ilyl# Hupermerkrt Choir* dl»irict d* luxe equipment Complete meal department Owner claim* »*pr|y turn-

a’

11(1

1141

APARTMENT

MOONETS AUTO SOOT SHOP Com plow

Agenclea Ltd evaning*

property Llitlndi urgently regutrad

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

54

474

uh

Q 500

Mar Pa, lane -Re* Buelnewt O 8)37

K

Phone B T37(

EASY TERMS

All THK NKW EN.Iby Charlea Clarke and W# want many revenue

Turner

Rioi

-

TOWN & COUNTRY

iquar# foot of eery well planned home romprlelng five Iwvely room, and through hail Thli homo I* nicely dee orated and In apoi.ru condition Vary well r on HI furled and full] tmulatod. It la economically heated by air-conditioned Otl-O-Matle. Aeparate matching gareg* l-arge N H A 8S% mortgage reparable at |4( per month incluatve a 1

KNOWN

THOMAS PROPERTY ON WEST SAAN hb Itaod mid by D R Pry ol Brown

kltrben Heme n thraa-plar* bathr ttlf rintalntel

«t

83*7

MODERN OIL-O-MATIC

IX IT.

Hotel eold

Look for lucky* and HN W3#t
price

Man, Mr Real Eilat* board af Victoria)

I

AGENCIES LTD.

LIMITED VI*'

floor,

wnuid help yet for your home If yeu ar* a liable tiany and Ilk* thl* ham* we arrange ronvenlent let me *i .

B TIM nav

CO. LTD.

FINANCIAL SURVEY

l.uiln*

8PEC1AL-

Compete

platan*,

nerformonc*

engine

PULL PRICE wnlr To View Pleaac Call Mr Hackly Eve*.. B 404 4

and apan three bedi

aplrtl

a

It

baaemeiK cult* l* owa entranea lhai

VERNON MARTIN

hTPiu

8KRVICB

RECONUmONINO

ENGINE

3 BEDROOMS BASEMENT UNIT Her*

home with modern

WILL hardwood

ronert $8950

Pleat* Call

Prraa

12-VOLT ACME FIBERGLAS BATTERIES. $23.00

latwf

CASH

BROWN BROS

-

BUH7NKSM

other good new

6346.

W

TIMRKK WANTF.II

HALP

inn

4./UU .

full

Please!

imty

f.e.

Ml VUtoria WILL TRADE OOOD BUILDING

young acre*, with rovenua rooming hour* «t lend* "wit anproxlmately I a fruit gnd nut lire*, good oell lit C»»W* to ronvereton -o *e|f -cool aln*,l areru lake or tea frontage with cottage. menu There are four completely fi«- lot Hot tad Vlctnri* Preae nlthrit bedroom* all with large cloarT*. and oo# pith a glaaard-ln norrh. taller end
Al'TO RKPAIBS

Among

ABOUT

m

ESQUIMALT

n-5°«* T7IROUOHOUT Pull baeemeDt 850 w with piped hot-air furnace and large

KER & STEPHENSON LIMITED

URGENT

Road. Langford dUtrtrl. ta tarhange a* part paintent on a glx-riMMnad ar larger nouaa In Palrfleld. Can pay balan*’* la raah The land tg eullable lor anew*, 'tor farm or rmini/y available A|>»ly Boa

000

SI

J/UU

mom

PNf the moat MARVELLOUS VALUE on the market are (hit NEW STUCVO With rULL HASEMENT ju.l hem* completed by well-knt'wn Vldori* contractor Through hall good living room with flrewlarn modern kHcl.cn •lilt largo dining area, four-pirce batbroom and throe e»nd bedroom* OAK

MIlLuTREAM

ON

AIR IS

1)3

IO

VICTORIA.

Coltis,

J.

cry/\ D\J\J

»f are prt* Urged to oHer ihi* de Uiaa Udine of over I *0d equate fwei Large hvng room, fireplace, family-elae dining room hardwood floors, cabinet ele tnr kitchen and uUllte room Through hall plan thiae bedraomt that a re really bedroom* anti a tua'Miue faur-utec* Pembroke balh'imm grand blah rental tieaemrnl with Oll-O-Maltr air condliloned furnace Seaerele varaae. Hue view lot Everything to auli virwf taete Owner leaving taka advan•*#* of thrtr sew * 1 a with term* at wnle 3 I Pteaae Call X MarPariane Re* Q (174

a

»*B«t 1144. Vic-

(or city property toria Preae

A LIFETIME

ITU* property, located la the beat part of Palrfleld afford* unlimited npportun*•) •* *h Ideal p>lt*te nuralng lutme a

POET ETREET

MOUNT TOLMIE AREA

handle

size.

>

OIL-O-MATIC

drive la garage

Clients

I

VIEW ROYAL 3 BEDROOMS

THE YORKSHIRE 17

I

in-

WIU

cleared

change

.

KX-

neater

hot-water acre*

«. .

Eaiaouahad 14*4

5 / rev-

1

I

Bee rhla auUlandlng bargain lodav Contact C Elford Reaidenro O Midi Nualnraa O »187

Will)

-, rn 514,750

PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD ESTATE G8124

WEST SAANICH RD

rang* Pive

bedroom home

Oak Bey

Mr. aorroughe S 11(1 Evening* O III]

CORPORATION LTD

home*

Eves. E

$9500 threela

.

for

1*71.

approximately tbr**-qu*rter* of an acre, ntoelv ootided and with a tr* clew. Hat thru-ball plan with large living room, fueal-aiae dining room.

WANTED Good conversion-typa enue property, ony

i

1

BUNGALOW

duplexes. waiting. Coll L.

FINANCIAL SURVEY

amall turn* nf tnnnev to Inveat In firat rnarlgaee* at d% and 7% inlereat good On th* ftrat floor there u • threeaul'e .or owner romprUIng monthly payment* tnouirle* apore- rnrinted llrlng room and bedroom, and r.xnpleu r la led B Kirkpatrick J f> Smith or O (303 Plninclal Survey LlmlDd ’7)4 cabin*’, kitchen In addition it on* very ARENA WAY BACK OP THE DAY large erparate bed-tiukn« room with Government S’ reel flrepltc# anil three ptrr* botnroom. HAVE AOREKMENT OP RALE IH THK Iota of cloirta The boeenient haa amount of 13 400 for dlarount at 33$ a am All flnlabnl Itedi.vim aad a twoper month at I", due and payable by raon* *ult* oltb lailat Included In Ex. Hatold • he price M oil furniture, bed*, eorJanuary II. IPS? Contact Ware, Town A Country Home# Ltd. p»U, ruga drraeerv table. !• Month** Guarantee dUh*! I*3J Quadra Street Phan* B 7778 eU alan all linen, eicgt" rveent owner * PRARCIB BATTEMIES A TIN SB LTD few prraonal effecte 1411 Quadra II Phan* B 791) range new 55a Cooietator refrigerator new gaa aulumatlc dumea'U water tank, new coal and «7o atoker for hot-air furnace All floor# carpet*, end limit are in aireUent r-.n )u*l

g.

on

DOWN

000

SI

Three Bedrooms

'

•M*

In-

rooma.

all

tf

5

An oppariunlly to move Into an oiderurge- room bungaw* far » five dawn pavmenl and #*** monthly payment* .gift per mo*itB> Nice improved Ut rloae * tranapartallon EC'7r\/T and ai-howl 3 Pull tirlee

!. «ip.t

34-70

LTD.

Also

& CO

(Exclusive Listing)

nperltea at bulldlnt

A

fully

altuated

la

and

ccntraiiy

Z.O

I

PORT STREET

7*4

aelf-eonlelned, elertrlr aullee are fridge*, tenarale meter*. Otl-Oalr-edodlllunecl eeperat* entrance*; clue* in Shewing a net revenue

HA VB

VICTORIA TIRE LTD

bom*

aturco aulaied

By

range,

(1)4

WHITTOME

H.

.

«

4117— Mr While evea B Mr NlcboU evea H

SECLUSION— SEA VIEW

rellant water auppiy Pour-rotimrd haul* Pally modern plu* utility end Perth

TDUI *«und Pr*M

*>» s

Thl* attractive taven-roowi

W

MaUc

Suburbanite Relreod LONORH M 1LEAOE— I.KBS COST

Still

By

all

ufeTut

n*CAPPEO

deliver up to three ouarlera of Ih* mileage af a new tire at a Gael mu *f tb* teat Inquire now about ih# new

H McManon and R. O. Ney UiO Hear let Road Lincoln Road N'laoo and A H Jackaoa

to

llrat-

Prwe

VICTORIA WEST

Btlmoal

hen,

"

Pull Dfle#

m

v

MM

1771 TTuimpaon Avasua. 1(14 Newton Street Baltey 1*14 Cumberland Road 1171 Newton Street

kii>

“ rU

New mod era. rumpug room,

w

Thl* #lt-4ulte furnUhed apartment mutt be a, m brfr.rt tbe end af line month,

OOVEflNMKNT STREET

O

M

Evening*.

vlartrlc

GENER-

REVENUE?

$60,000

DAYS.

w

By .

DO YOU WANT A GOOD

FURNISHED

1(0)

O

JT34 Aacal Drive

By

#110

fridge* four garagta ran t o« prat and luapreftelfv Kindly cal] Mr P PllL IJkK

ThU

NEWSTEAD REALTY

PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD

denature

qulik

folloing xmountt available 14,000 17 300 and I) $00

O

aril)

2"

dU’riet

ttienroi.

plan,

available I* rraponalbie purobaaer Pull price only

Meo Synod Road

Agenu

All

LIMITED

Gaea rn ment Street

1)34

APPLICATIONS loana

DON'T SCRAP Urea berauae they ar* prvtent Give '•olh. unaafa far winter tlnviag ay

i#

Evea.

Oakker.

FINANCIAL SURVEY

fTernu available » APPLICATIONS POR LAROK OR SMALL loan* Por appointment to view contact J. M appreciated N H A morlgataa available «* inerlaliae In refinanring: Chatman ar K B Lit* Evening*. I 41)1 alto purrba*ln* mortgage* and agrreor B 3383 Kinao-lal Beirut menta J D smith

National Motors

tale tided

C

N

FULL R^ICE FULLY

no

E UU-4

Htrret

PAIRPIELD

many anpUanca*

OUS 7TRMB

1(4( Clare Street.

$21,000

.10*3

Courteay

range*,

Rear lane

tive

hot-air heal Mirdcrn cabinet kitchen convenient location Nearly IM to nearly new lurnltur* and

NEWSTEAD REALTY LTD

EXCLUSIVE LUftlNU

AN

aalmun

good

$39,000

.

bathroom

Pvmbr
la

It

Pbrther InformaUoa. Pleat* C*B At Shlldemeeer. Svenlnga Albion I M

New, modean two-bedroom home, attrac-

U

l

ler nr»t II (00

DM#

Immediate ranlv

34 OOO

beach

Pur

healing

bat-air

and everything ondltion

rliil

-

tytm low

Rung* low Arlaona owner aell Immediately fully furnUhed. THREE YEARlive-room Puogataw

OLD In

Living

SLSS

aandy

flatting Tbl* reaart I* an excellent propvMitlan for a married couple, na additional help required, a* gueete aupply own linen ilt and rearrvatton* are far al leant a *»** The owner a bom* It very g*od. new and modern It Baa three bedroom* 10*14 living room with fireplace kllrhett helh utility room, unob*1 meted view of the tet Tli» reaort Comprfte* verrn unit*, beautifully *pSBRH ed opaline* booklogi' are pracli *#Wy rr-m plat* new Hu unite are realm fur the winter month* Revenue approximately 17,7(0 annually Expai.tea approximately II )M Profit apctrotilmatelr Id.MO ptua owner* ham* with *U tervti et paid for Thl# Heal la lOO’V. no (lawe could poatibiy be found.

Bier trie llna

forced

it

aratar

Sbuomg

FURNISHED

Quorters u

ST“t

B 4014

Wbyta. get#

*ay»

Thru-ball

D« Luxe Five-Room

On* mer

awtmmln*

41)1. Mr.

OO >77 #

S 41*1,

WANTED

GENUINE BUYER

WARM SWIMMING

BROWN BROS AOENCIER LTD BUnahard

LISTINGS

Ate

Zoned dUtrtct

delay 1123

O

Par loor or live-room modern bungalnw, I3.i«0 to 41# 900 A| 1***1 14.00« dnOn not resulted

Owner All each utaamaea forced to cell through lllnete ThU buklnea* locatioo can banning and stand the moat rigid invetugMIno I beltgv* tnu U the beet buy la Victoria.

MORTGAGER vke nave the followtnc tr.orlgag* HOBO *1 3041

3) 300

1

Grocery, Confectionery

af Vancnueer laland * cbalcegi turnretertt altuaud an one of lb* moat eacluglee baye on Ih* Dland rerv warm

OP CANADA Mo

utia

and 95 rvnta for

uiy IhouiehtN.”

RESORT EXCELLENT SANDY BEACH

a

If

16 dollar*

W

tit

end a large bedroom and the revenue Therp I rum helanre u 111] per monlb

Distonce

AUracilve alucio bluck hat heated Beaullful lUhdltlon r,lurn ' on

I

me

like lo five

— Walking

kitchen

psbinet

INVESTMENT 6 Suites

Convenient loeatlMi.

Ragidenra.

Iletf

ond REVENUE

lovelx modern aaJf-.nniained fnnrcontieiina routn tune far 'he o*nar nf a targe living room with arauite tlreolgrc, a bright dining rnnm mmlvrn

modern

*tep in ahope and bua An raay home tor Ihe ft tie voman to manage Sunny location. Pull pure

O

Colnutta.

HOME A

$8950

*

$84oo W

Pleaaa Call

e. drive- in garage Lai 30 i 143 atrciy landaceped Offered at thd aacrlflce prlca

a

Na

** Win

Vlclort*

back or milage.



sr ’ —

All

etc

end

a

t'.*p!

Colonial roaua oim fireplace,

den

HOUBS. CLOSE TO

1143.

tn

to

four-piece Pembroke balliruom baeemeni with laundry and hot-air

furnai

dream

couple

too tmilrouma cabinet kitchen with large diruug area. utUlly room nil- healed Built 1*41 Separate garage with gu at cottage and Uml aha-t. Wonderfully davaleped gar-

Inriime lino monthly.

for

on

living

OPPORTUNITIES

gvo to |t }0«

retired

home, fraoL

OUTSTANDING

today

LOANS

UTTLITT SP I'YTI J UUT

1(41

room* Bax

••

1

agent*.

local All room* eUttfullv flntthed ta KHrhen era bathhardboard pAieting room floor* tiled aad retaalndae maple. but double garage tenari atr Par further particular* and anpolntmenl to view ihu genuine home c

Ro be*» roe

morn, five - year - old be eacrlftred by the knee* tpaciou*

-

room*, full

aulte vacant, ad*00 handlea Owner,

IM

lleacon Hill Park I

aantaulg aecurity

ar*

iioiipp

loau writ*

TURN INDICATORS

FOR SALS

fuur

uivaly

ttunaaloo bag owner* owing

OONPECTTONERT

OOOD ROOMING

A

raqulmf Loin* tor pa.anc* of do*a payment on nome* and noma repair*

BPRIHOa. OLASS “aND IIRAK» ~L!N Sanlr* Auto Part* 711 Cormnrlag*

ant

1140

ParUculari

Pull

ATTRACTIVE

Owner

tulle*.

oonby purpw*

an*

for

No endorter*

I

EXQUISITE!!

oltb ft rap lata den with fl ropier* dlnlna cabtnri t Urban utility romn and TbU U the firat time on the market iwo-piee* bath duo’ll Three bedrotimi Cor thU truly • tquuitr (our -tear-old and toe bathroom* up Pull baaament modern bungalao and lb* price to too Automatic ull heal Attached garage U tree than rnet Situated an a double taally cared-tor cardan oltb beautiful lei *llh all rociewnlvnewa rtabl at band. irwr* *hrub« end poranntala Barry mod- Home romi> rue « large Itelng roam Oltb ern facility in an ecceUent home oith brick fireplace aud built-in rblna cabinet, Old World charm * O 1 rtAA beautiful eabinel kllrhea with dining Pembmke betbri Price ibrae- pier e odot

room

fat

Natleno.de credit al over .00 af*lUAlAd office* la 0 a and Canada.

All

Phoo* *70)1

11M.

And Neat os a New Pm

WRh

arenl to park

tingle

1

U

ThU

tt ZP83

i

(70 g 15

_

room

empioyad

tlvo

$5950

ccntri nertut Victor!

APARTMENT. POUR DB LUXE P1VE-

Luncu hour Mrvlte Payment dale ui (it paylay. One-vuit nan* ipnifb* firaii

RECAP YOUR TIRES FRANCIS BATTEUT A TUtES

U

Bog

CORNER STORK

ee peopl* - oiarrle

(00 * 310 50 $4IJ Quadra Btrert

city

Why PERSONAL

Your Best "Buy"!

Is

Dealer t

47b

In

bueU.ee*

rent good location line will take pnaaraalon Oood reaaun fa: aetllng Apply Boa 344. VUtorla Preti

1‘KKKONAL LOANS Here's

•*’

old glee* elutoo bungalow In bfgb Utcalloo rerj riot* to cut. 1TK1) living roam

through Traffic

Tata* a* Vaacemvtr

S7I

N H

tat

prnpertr Preeg

oui

Bridle*

Finger Yowl



AND

I

Pull Nyiiraulig Drakee

Column Cnnin>l Oesi.hlft

FARWEST MOTORS

"

three- year-

good

Ipcatlon and Inoome Living Ideal for twb. or wiihBox |1»|. VicTerm a

OUarten #nd

quarUri



tin. Mr. Michael. atm

IMMEDIATE POSSESSION - built,

HIGH HILLSIDE

Oak Rat • meant raatdenua] iimj ihu hoot conalMa of lar«* racauuan hall livtag room Delightfully aecluded la «m* at

SMALL INVEST

tingle

eepandad.

ti«

EcceUent

FOSTER'S SHIPYARD

»I.T)| II 771

O

EXCLUSIVE!!

CHARMING TUDOR HOME

etock at whuleeal*. I) 440 a month. Vlrtnrta Preae

OLD -BSTABUflHKD

H tfM

Port

Ark

toft lee

uHUCIHI living

OOd.

btuinege

Office Karel lent for

I) 111 -

bar oltb future* 4J

HIGH RBTIfRN ON

Surfacing Products Ltd. ig't

Nearly

not oca motto oim eosinem



it a

toaeUllua

Turnover apprnglmalelv Ceth and lernu Sot all

— FIBERGLAS — TOUR BOAT BOTTOM OR DECK

18*2

All

aim

w arp amurr

Dig

,

Prompt

tarn*

In

In I

21

five-year -old

room* »ai faoced -ot A #pw and (pan uew all range inl»f««

U

£Sr

Berry 1 1731

Nick Dekkrr, cvenligi 0 177* Plnanclal lurrri Limited. 1)14 Government lent

leate

t«v

bungalow

lour

utility

Houae

or revenue Am epactalu-

apartment*

mr. eki-nuNDty

W BATTIER

Re* Improved Councryman New imptoeed Panel* Mao Pickup*

and

r of f»e

0RR & JAMES LIMITED

beatar an] defrogter



wanted

listings

trade

or

NEW ROME OP on UtNAT(ONAL MOONKY h BON »)7 Vue At 41P7

DON'T ITT THE

.A 14 Pa,

LIPSETT LTD. bastion ttrot

tot

PICKUP. only

UN

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EDWARD

?VT

Thlt el uc co

of

JONKR * acoTT

Repair Service Available for

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grnwlnc

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THRU BEDROOM

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50DUU

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aa

$5000

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• 11*4 p r

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all

taar-n'd Large din-

ta

Warm riva-iwm

LOVELY FAIRFIELD

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appointment pl*«M ppana 3147 Eva n NM4 Cltff Oradn. B 3147 1»# O llto Pnr

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nnok tin*" and ton* aw tort t« Iwo Hni*h*d bartrnnni* up, Nlca d»»ato,v*rt lawn. •>n #•'•** dlctnat with in a grnrt

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ibi

$3500 NEAR QUALICUM BEACH

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klt

hn'-watar haau baauMfull* gardan A . , -tr\e\

ream

5 4

nnly

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with huUgalt'W Al.L THROUGH dlnalla

i'l-iwia

rim'll

high luaimrii.. ha' air baa'tn* Thia hum* !» among mhar

Director

•i

China, loraiinn Doing an ei'ellent lurnnver gl IM dawn two #*n'i lorn

mndaip

mm*

Bvaning*.

COFFEE SHOP— FISH AND CHIP BUSINESS

Matute garden Dwubla plumbing »*l|

furnt’iirv

orn DU

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.

1

Prira

flraplac#

AUrartlv* full dining unn Large mndarn kllrhan Three beflrnnm. Pin* rumiiu. with bun*.

fin** in Mdvnnu

naw

naw

living

pot-

and

hnma nnw t

Honor.

TALK ABOUT VALUE ht4tid

HAROWOOO rtOOR* nnurBfui rahinat

Tht* raallt linn# rn"Mi kitchen with

-hi## gnawi mndarmagd •ahlnat .itihan hadrnnm* ai-gr, wirart fir wtth dining t*nnk three. plar# bathrtmm Pull aaman* »>••*dr>*#-.n man' hn'-air piped fumac# garag* Nlr# lot with frutt 'raa* built-in buff*'

$8250

Green

bVingalnw rahinat ki'eben 'cnuld b# nad* Into hadronmi. living bfflrowm wllh dnugla rlnva'v Plarirle fireplace Large nrti in' Garage .par*

op gnnd »»r*a«

rnpm w|>h

Prulu

$ 200 1

THIS HOME IS SO DESIRABLE

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mndl'inn

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Mil

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HtlU.

CUTE AND COSY

DOWN

$2500

$8400 roman W*>*nn

1

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B

Poa-

JAMES BAY

on,r

near Jublla* Hoapl'al tnlran. a and through hall living room Wllh 'irapl*. »

REVENUE EXCELLENT VALUE

of

r‘

P

MT. VIEW DISTRICT

x,

WHY

grnundt

da'lghtfu.



Mr

pipad haa'tr-g

Hoi-ait

hnma. and

tow

dining room

DOWN

Raaidanra

rnunl* nr ganaroualvw|in flraplara

rnn.I.l.

ST R "

!•»« 2 LOTS— A SPECIAL . 'I** band*** Plva r,mm. Plrapleca Pvrnaaa am garaga Mndam kltchan Everything In «>•*' and f clean

nl-.-r rpn'trt Mr N« Or M> Jark.nn Rei 171 Cl. anytime

Can'ral

#/nc/b $6850

priran

dr va-ln aaraga riavt-al*# d'ning

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andtranad

living

Plaava

RETIRED

th#

fnr

c O0

THE TEN BEST REASONS

bungalnw

ttn'h-.lvlt

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Dunid

•P*r»

neavnnaniy

.

$8950

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and bua.

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Dufferm

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Den With plumbini lari* rumput imm wllh edndl'innart Gtk-O-Mailt hat' vaml-bungalnw rnvnrnnm wch firaplvr. Oil heating Rapa rut * baiht and rn- Thl. home ia nearly new and will appeal in the naittmlar btjvgr Pnr appnlnidining room rablnai ki'ch*n. '*« baa Irwnra* Thta* hadMiwm» un In tie lit* rnntna with bathrnnm down Fnnraalad rnnm .Ulta and "n» naitronm in down tn»nt to tlaw and further da 1 alia piaaaa fairway in two hadrnnm* up Pull to Offer, imt- tail ih* Jly-rnom aull# Mr. C R V Bagahaw* cvmani h**am«nt Hot - air h**Mna prialng

EASY TERMS! Ideal

v™: . ,

T*»mv

"QUEENSWOOD AREA" "BRAND NEW" "BEAUTIFUL HOME" *

1101.

OAK BAY

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..

thnpt

mgrlablt

VALUE

'

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TVtugtaa

to

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I" *a ata li*» naw

nffarad for

,ga

latg*

QUALITY, LOCATION,

I

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Man

liag. room aturrn bungilaw built age tor praaant nwnar and ttiU nak ftoera full, dry baaa-

L.'v*l»

o.r.iog

mnra

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i

lull

on

prira ttnl*

full tka

f

OAK BAY MONTEREY AVENUE

five

flimia

da*

Cement Basement Low Taxes

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living

viik



Mr

Alan

NBWl-YWEDS

hanrnib and plumbing P|«ad furnma and drlvr-ln garag* Bln# gardan About 14 180 will handla a, a SPECIAL rR,r * # i i crxn

Mian

r*t

B ButT

i

& SONS LIMITED

$1300

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ma

rail

bait

A*k fnr Lrn Wr.ghl

I

NEWSTEAD'S

flraplara

*

ftiona

FAIRFIELD

B

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5/ nwnar

llbl

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LTD.

Coll Port B' real

p-.n-

y»ar* U4*a-

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Patrick

Phon# R

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Bvaning*

|

handy

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a*

LOW TAXES

DAK

JUBILEE AREA

.

4254.

— NH A

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2

4 'i-rnnm a|>iare hunfbinw rahinat kl*rhao •nom i*«n»i'» lan-nnmi ramant b*«a a full Plraprno: dflva laat «no ntgh

aitrar*«'h djian

far

dl**'irb

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BROWN

R.

Iriplai

and

i>,

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BERNARD & CO

A.

ncA

MODERN BUNGALOW

Nice tlictian wltvd fnr range all wllh double Imir-piei

r

McCANDLESS REALTY 439

Rvanmga

‘hi*

Three iwln-.laa badrnvma clothe* ctoaau.

Twn

$4200

i

^

5/

Ailrtng prlao

Mr.

i

Think Rcol Estate and Insurance

w*irh

with load* of aablnai.

bathroom

Included

t ilj.ZjU

When You

Puli

furnar* wired fnr nir* garden and aomo «.

ranaa

’hai dia-

no>

nr nigh! at

Mr Orlrvg. p-a*

C JAPPB AT Managing DO t 'eft. A B BTBBBT

P.

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upaiaira

mndl'mn

hni. k | r p ( p»q etoririe hni water

In

Jog

hom*

built

Do

GLANFORD AVENUE

«

down

bathroom

apn’lra*

In

bua Pi kitchen witf,

mndarn

Call

good

t

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i"f1#rn

CAR AR TRAD# IN iJrla aami-rincli n> R# van -rnnm. hnma nn •. iri* full bwaamru' furnar*. Picture ’he •** lauiitir y tub# nil range ’ha large gat hara llbitn ynit • law. Real Pa'ata and Inauranrw Aganta room, lha Baltic, t«* kitchen living Mambar Rail r«tatt Board of Vlrtori* ih# inn* tun i>ot.n and from the*# wafrnnt hi»m* cupmndtu* badroom* Thl1113 BROAD BTIIMT 7111 *«all*bla baaauaa the >•* nar la I* nnlr ikatabllthad taOOi tranafrrrart Cl nod larm* available anti Raa )*'» m.*d*l ear tan ba traded 'n

buy* thia fnur-

and

ilaiiar

WATERFRONT— 160

In

clog*

' mbnarit. and new llnntoum. "»lng rnnm with open flraplara nn* badroaim

rnnm*

hou-»«

rniCB A*k for Mr Br*wln B

trig.

hung* inw ruing ground

im

*ii>iat#fl

mr#

"*!•* and

rto.a *h# *hipi r**.ing h* from th* »aaut|ful living fwia thv dining rnnm the kltrhrn and an* badrnom Thlv la |i«*l about the nnlv ham# on Vancouver laland with vtowt Ilka th**# Cninpriiing apanoiiv through hall, grarloui living room w|ih twa bug* pi*’#-

waik-m

badrniiqi

WM

Bwwntnga

toll

t»n» and Ih aond rondllinn aibla mrom* 11'**C»n»»rrial alhiiliiat Var* good tarmt

SPECIAL

DICKIE'S -B 4312

nto*r-t*p* with tjvina room rabin*'

antrana* hall kitchen iwn nanrnnm* Nn ba.amam Btova*

mm'

tapaairy

ih* prira of

DOWN -ant

’ha' ngi a

ROOM Mali

ln*aly

O

1

nad* Th:** *• »• e* a La til kltahan L«>ga WHh dining cem»nl wirad fnr ranga pull Hot **
fnur-fi*

hrtu.a

George Randall I

ra

rutnpiL* rnnm In ih# full t*w**m*n' a fncrart hnl-air furnara and driva-ln gar«g* A neat garden lit lawn and ahruh* add. that finl.hlng much to a plaa.-j ing plcut* Gat Into thia mnai anughtafter dlatrlrt and live In nn* nf tha

-

O

Twamlay, Offir*

B 1IM

I

au-room ttu'en ham* can

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hom*

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DOM

S3 500

t*ld*r-l*p#

to 4'

bunga’nw

*turrn

S2000

baaamanl

WANTED

night

nr

1

garaga

IXCCPTirtNAL

apara

room* wtih baaaman* Pra(*r Ooraa nr Burna'rt* Will p»v up

aqua

fi.r

HIGH HAULTAIN

WATERFRONT

'***

i

nak

4to*

on your donrvtap

Mr

Good

Itiur-pia.a

BEAUTIFUL HOME you

h

good wnawt.had* Bavtrai naarlng fruit iy a'lrarticw from within It ha* !r»*» Bull working man nr retired floor • in every room nn the mam nn whirh thara ar# living and flirtronm* iwn bedroom., utility, rtan, Mr. Ludlnw. B SI ft. day nr night ba'nrnom anil a r*bin*i kitchen wir*d fnr *lactrla rang* A rnnrawlad -lalrwa* Iraia in iwn mnr# hailrnnm. up Tban th*r# i» a aadar-llnad •

it

ing

mant

ta

built II yaari a<» la atart *# to took at from the aut'id* and

200

1

Balanra

JitoPi

rnnm

flcmr.

RETIRING IN VICTORIA SUPERB VIEWS

Victoria,

day

la

Ltvtfsn

flraplara

MfM

night

$6500

$

SMITH'S HILL

Thia#

wonderful

avallani*

O

Watara.

A‘*«

PL room*

FAIRFIELD

DOWN

500

B SUM

Bmith,

<•

Spec-ol— $9975

PRAIRIE PEOPLE

In

1

Rara llt*

l!C«.

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gtraga

a

it

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haatad

NEAR

TO

Tha oraan

$

4

luma*

mant

HOT-WATER HEAT FIVE LARGE ROOMS FULL CEMENT BASEMENT

VICTORIA HIGH SCHOOL

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term*

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S2000

tiai

B M#4 day or

"rTo™

nhm

H*

a

hum

Cliff Oraan.

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.

m«»'-ag.

.

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prira



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it

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tlaw

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EXCLUSIVE LISTING

POMCMION

m

HILL

.

muit •tin co 1 140 hail

OAK BAY

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.

Approximately Owner

ga*y

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Gao.

malf

piping

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544 jU

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OuW

ninmf roam

1*1

floor.

Hot-air iaiat*

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iwim

nwnar and lliraw monthly Thar#

tot

rnppar

Tommr

ACTIOS PRIOR $9400 BXCHIBIVB UBT1NCI

400 Down

Twamlay

Call Mr.

aoroi i/ DU'

Otilr

Evening*

S7990



rn

par

123k

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DOWN

$2500

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G I7M

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Cali

i

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Hlah

tiaic

thipugniaut plpad

ilivir* -

p«.wm»nt

flraplara with la:g*

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to

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lloia*

arlwwila.

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mom

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>

and

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Hew tow

1140

1

iraam

t

cloaa

good

airint

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and

JOJl/U

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man

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th* ramfiln.

ii

and

full-Unglh window* w*wrtooa
night

larga

all

natamani

PARK tl

G

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lnw*r la«al Ualng-tMnlng room

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a

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horn#

quirt nnl*

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9

lawn.

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On

Thia

AND for for

$8400

It

ramani

Pull

ara

ion

'

)•» room i ran tad tor

DON'T PAY RENT BUY THIS

day nr night

t n play room or rumput loom aiacrla f-raplara TTilt ukitta ha* many aa
l.*ok

la.g# daceratad Ultra ha* a *i*at dial nf rharm. Idaal for guatt hout* a

rtrnti

mailing

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G

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mutt ba tarn lat ma maka an aopeintm*nt io »how yr.u Ihrnugh and Aik for Mr Minor B >101 n>* an nffar

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ltd

a

1>0

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btdroomt

aira

hot-air

ar

da*

SI 04

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*

JUBILEE DISTRICT and REVENUE

S»*t

Patnbroka nath dn*a-ln g.taga

AIR-CONDITIONED ROOMS. 5 BEDROOMS

9

BAY BEDROOMS

B

Vtning.

ill

k#n Wallrn.

wall

Lairty

FAIRFIELD GUEST HOUSE OIL HEAT

tfQ7Cn JU

a

HOME

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rmtlhad

vary

S8950

rhneta

arnrn iJijU

$9450

high hatainant rath handla*

full

Halt

t

fi3«

map#

bungalow

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IR3R.



bung, low

ranis .lucre

ala

wa'ioc ai i

YOU'VE BEEN SEEKING IN LOVELY OAK BAY

R 4VM

.

with tnr*#

turna**

O'AK

1 »*fl

R**a

I1B4:

n*w

L-«v*l* ni *

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ENVIRONMENTS

NEW BUNGALOW ptu#

to ft

On»*t,

Mr.

Call

THREE BEDROOMS

In larga living

r.ablnat Vltchan, »hra* larg* (vadtPOMk. hottwn-plac* fith Cammi naiamam dfl'a-tn air plpad furnar* garag* Pri-a Bd Olion. B 1161, Ivaa O 4*01

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S 11,950

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ef Victoria

STRUT

kllrhen wirart for ranta lout* tlnor* 'i»k Pembroke* liBihfPOm pia. a throualmut tnnaaalrn alaliwav to taw fcrallanl Paaowianl trltn baitrnnina UP

rrna

ifaman". h«'-aii naa.mi garag* Ta»*» apprnaimatalr f,,B

iVrni

Pairbroka Oll-OPl#a«ani gardap

PrlrV'nn’**

Beard

&•-»*»» ton la Im •eparal. garaga. full* in.ul.'ed Thi* la a wonderful bargain 'hr** had- noma dining mosi.

bataifiant

Oarag*

living in garag* In

NOT TOO LATE

IT'S

$7500 I 1W4

Orla*#. Ir*i

of Real K*'»t»

U34 OOVtKNUIRT

cabinet

hallway

high

ha'at

mad

MONEY TALKS

DOWN

Mr

'

ba’anc*

d'ning

half

Throuah Pull

t

condiMnn Path parmanta

B£*

24 Jedburgh M«mPer

Dn»urp«»»»d yi*w» of Iba *aa wito n>* ehaimrllin I tarn thia *. cellar" hnm» «n Th# owner ha* laaan *n Reach Drl»# • par' men' and I# "pan lit an* reavon aba effar tor thu proparty which n*» through hail toff* litina room 24*1*. gu*vl-.i*a dlnint ton*, two bedraama

load

inn

“•

THREE BEDROOMS

WATERFRONT

Attracttvt aiucrn nunaaios four taara nld Lait* ililng itw-m Apan flraplara iwn emnfnr.awl*

VIEW ROYAL

Vlatlr

dining mom raotn*t kl'roan wirad Mr»d»rn rompart and In a gb«d diatrtrt for ranaa and 'iWd link undar w.nflnw nntltti of an rnlranra hall, I %-h uda Thraa Tina nadrnaoi* Pamntnka B.'h- good Ilia living rnnm with III* fll.aptara rnatm Pull batamanl w»n fmunad rum- dlnatta two rhaar* b*dkltchanatta. put room Hot at' rVi-O-M. W hrf'lng rranm* A full and Ihraw.plara bath lan' fJTtra-ln tarata «• ratr Thu and plpad hot-air ftirnara E oft'o* II »ary wall Sql|i in*- la a 4 bitrmast garag* Vary n>ra aarrtan and rn*a raijmg* «tid t* sn axra. l# n drl»a-in rt.h tlda ranta for •»» oar month

mi

Oned

furnar*

blili »o*r«i

K*al

CAPITAL CITY REALTY'S CHOICE OFFERINGS

FINANCIAL SURVEY LTD

SEA VIEWS—OAK BAY OIL-O-MATIC HEAT

I

room*

full

CL05E IN CITY FULL PRICE. $3975

alirar-

wilh nearly an vary modern and arr* wf waiarfrsnt op tn data *llh Oil hoi -water h*at and * huge .under* Ian* * law window* unon.i MM-ian n*w» Thl. prnaarllh *rt» mini f# o»n to oa appraaiaied Price still Lew lata* f > •* c r\T\ J D.DL/U aom* term. Mr* Burbid*#. H SIM day er nl«hi

VMM

lUfffiMr

A •il-rnam (ran* aldlni *4b|t> low is aplanittd lonJi'fn Pm* ranta*' kitchen ftm.lv d>nin( room, nlr# n»m« roam tor*# bedroom. b.v»m#ni *>ih pa*. air

baau'y

air lure -booh rnllatr

ll»#

»ia'h

DUPLEX

SIDE-BY-SIDE

to

1740 • Parfarl aacluamn and combined wito comfort In ihla 1 1

tahonli and nut aanira An Idaal Inrailnn far thia naw 'TllREf -BEDROOM hnnga'.ow l.arga 1I*IA« roam with Iliad BaauHful rahflraplara dining araa Thta* kllrhan wllh dlnlna ar*k Inai gnnd-tlta badronm* Oak floera in all

4l»l

WBX

Athlon

.

R

Wood

Mr

for

Ira.

t'Kto

Laadao

ahal«at

.

iO'

rUlX PRICE AOA1N

mark*! an tttraril** bungalow na ar #tr Wllh 'hrr* Onlv

lb*

badroentt larga rlotat* a f*w frost *«*pl to wid* tn,u Living room with aid* window* nurning flraplara and buU(-)n

Albion

WORKING MAN'S

on

1- a ttan

gala'

rhonlt butat, bright

full

«

Allan B 3»»7 or r«at 1*4- H. rollart

k

tnd Mitt on 4'yyaar-nld

all

with 'n SI 5.400

l i

KTTrito Phon* Rob

In

all

l*

Oraundt ara

ditirla*

Aanarata

ndt' ap»d

la

alr-rendl.Ituatad

(T)l-0-M»tir h"t»*

Mnnad naarlng

LIMITED

LIUITTD

QUADRA

HOUSES FOB SALE

57

HAWKES FOSTER

I

bedroom* Pembroke tor##- pier* wnbathroom dowaetalrt UPSTAIR* Tat thkt a right (hit him* it wail worth pl»r# h.'hionm and i*parai* Mlltl 'hr*# B.«*tha prica aakad and coaid not ba dupli- fii'* roc.m. wllh * lew wtndawv m*n< iHM-nr furnace opiriK garag* ratad with tha iam* tuparb tonm» AMAZtNO LOW PRIPf at ttan Capipritai Spnlnu* •I'uaied no water frunt tol •mall wharf II >»* it *ha three leda* -bedroom tlurro BUB ihla modern through hall. Pranrh door* In Imaly «a'"» a« wh' delay any inngar* Ri’-al* larga living room. 31 (IS built in bonk- Rarluaiv* SI Mr TOLMIE Ffwe'*d in 'he oapiilar plarm rata* tpaca lor tha iaigatc Ra.uvnanl# tarma ran ha t
BOUSES FOR SALE

57

GEORGE RANDALL

IT’S

Con. lane* Aieng*

rOR SALE

HOf'SEft

57

UMTTBT? »i ponotjta 8TB BBT Tv • OPPOflITB IDMO» • «AT BTOBB

Exclusive Listing

M

Contain*

NO

HOt’SES FOB SALE

57

WHITTOME HICKS REALTY

H'

J.

name

haeemen' and

icwid* d** ira**#

Tea.* aak

»er»? for

living

am

gang*

«

i-j ' ecp-

ri

ir.-anged

Mr Kamel

THE ROYAL TRUST

COMPANY

FOB SAI

HOI'S K-S

67

M WANTED

F

MONTAGUE CO

N.

C.

PEMBERTON HOLMES

lew

about



DUPLEX

Vary

baMiu.u

Owuai

eonaiata

auitr

a

tulle

other

$64oo

Hi

of

montl.i*

tept

flee rooma la reniwl for to • quiet retired cuuplr

A Recommended

Ranch Pine

in

large UUlitr.

HIGH QUADRA

gaiaga

Style

A gmrd buy

— Sea View

el

op

MM

B

CALX AT

576 Yates

Locotion,

New

Across from the Office PHONKB I HO,

St

Post

PuU

tmrm«nt

prlr»

H

too

uoif Kcally

>n

$9000

gage

SIDE-BY-SIDE

IM

td

REVENUE

Balance

$9750

lend eoet

lee—

oektleble

WIU

THROUGH

ThU

Durold IT M0.

•lea Corn I* h.

I

».»! room

Drlitg

HOMES OUR SPECIALTY Nlco col tog* Priced la oaii re

O.

MUM*

Pond

Cluing

room,

ge.«

g tMi

.

mmrd

area of 1 IM an are foot eirel leoUy planned with through boll, living Looking »»er a lake toward* t>M dlelont room IT a l* -L" atiopwd to full-ata* mountoln* ond thr aettUig run. Uu* dlnkn* renm. modern electric 1 lichen Three bedroom* ollrocUe* new bungalow roctolnlng ap- with dinette tecUon PuU botemem •ruumoiely I NO nutlv feel I* »*ll 13*13. icoll .nd lbalfi wua Olr-cnndiuened turner* Ptrewroof wurth wvlni It ho* a deligbUu) IlfUig Many eatra* *uch •• almuiated room lITntli wit* well to wan eerped garage Lo */ tit, b*n etnero tiding Uiree-fout eueea light ooa and lew view window* ate. Situated oo 11**11. wired for range with dining flooring throughout Maetar oed- . II b#4 mi FlJ, flew nt •or* over looking lake. t.0 Oiraplr mountain* uDbiordi Poui pnom hav ••lfc-in Price X tome Pemoreke bathroom nu* ^deotai C’enr title or N H A Iona or IT Odd kfoilMain A TT ACHED (JARAOE AND OILohie. Beer, lug* ar W-e( |ng r be fie on hxatino Rorr-AiE

on Z.7W

I

Mine

J.

A Boorman

room f'urco bungalo* ||*)Dil room with bordwond floor. HeoMiauir fll replace two bedramat modern kttrheo /erg# uu ity

Md

bolaoc:e

roah. quick

II

for

Alnnng

Nig hu

O

L

IMS.

Jam**

Double gnrdon .

HOME

Mice lawn*

PSooM ut

Mr

for

above

nr

/b

y

Z.

OLH.

Bamoay

ru'Jtni

HO*

• •*-.

VIEW STREET

PAIR PI El/D

II1S00

.

tat

Com

lari* loo.

oe*

rarHanU,

MU MM

two

PIVK

flnUhrd

ROOMED

-

30.

1

Ntcholion

roam

Inveir

Ou**i-*it* kliehen.

tile

i>rdr*lai

D*i»#

II

Bt

of fiv*

M

• nd

•chool

IlftPM

3,4$

BUNGALOW

ttnro*.

mllev

««

In

an main floor

floorv

ikrlre-ln

on

uf

V.<

ton*

wmt

Red Cross Association

on with*e>

fleer

Apply

DUNf’AN Futcr K. Tliomton. DHpgaie to thr Rrd Ptom N fapir Bsy. will sucr-rrd Major- Council In Vancouver. Fpbrusry C A P. Murl»>m bb prrsl 24 Atvl 25 will br Mr*. I. P. 4cni of thr* Cowlchan Hp< 1 (*ro«i DobbyiV. Assocution for 1953. h nvmhpr Ma)or ^vttieg for 1953 will

Boi

Gpn.

ship vote has



rhoner

quadra

or

A*>

Bhefbourn#

Mr

foe

ill*

‘ »3 V« (1 ton down ood Moiimum price around

pay

all)

poymenu

m"”'

RD

SAANICH city

Fruit

Peur-rwum Dee* Fire

NINE

MHO

fully OC1 *a

riear-d

Kxrrumr

W

Victoria Preaa

1144

_

FOK

$9950

..

BamerU. Ooye B

lift,

NtaMk k

4 *t

no

MODERN HOUSE

tvotel at Vlrtortk. of January. iei)

R

Independence lacktlon . “ Ideally alluo dw>'l incoaie Tl tilth

m m

On.

I-

Admlnlelrotur above named

witk aDatheBilern

Building.

Ito*

Xlnd day

(hi*

Adinlnletretor Eeioie •( the Central

Phone I

St

71T1

I

,tn,, o

'



*h«rt av-der. litereli ore welting to bur r

client*



oeked

Thlv

ran

#

•« .

kin imy ii tod d«wi type home in fairly where they coo have *

for revenue Plea** N 1101 dot or Diehl

will

pay

Firoee

r

•on«

I

O

,1 tall

Ud

.

coll

bed

Herb

Hawke*

WANTED

LRiJCNTLY

room bungolow

Him-P 1902

city,

by a client leaving and othprx, wp will sell

TODAY

LTD,

I1<

- 1.30

INTERESTING SKIT. TION

Foal'

Millar

P

Bread

•uaei

R Br !

Y3TI

!

$1500

FARMER

DOWN S

$1500

OPPORTUNITY

WE

i

DOWN

K

$6900

B

Ot

$9000

Im

TWO

WHO CAN

MAKE A QUICK. SMART DECISION

f 0MT

$9300 Call

D

B

Pry

B

1101

InepevY fhe furnish-

offerrd previous lo

tsle

compi jtv surras for

I

-

Mm

1.

AM f*il poo* ml* m fruit us

,



1

rsosu

*

HlgVi.tr ass toeh n** r *om kongnloo end barb, neor to* IT afo Lovely tevlgwd la-raovt no*r te* • •low. ell furoor* ee

ai

down

Donee folly

o* t men t

No

nn

npfAoir*

modern

ho*

flv*

dove 1104

campaign chalrm*n for the splendid work done by the mnvssser*. Mr. Evans wu spro-chslrman of fhe rampslgn committee, to serve with ai to he eh -wen

someone yet diairman

f'owlrhsn Bay sewing cirri# reported 234 articles made during the year.

Holland Asking Change You «hould ings to

'

A dotuly fnur-roMm bungalow wtgh only iwe ar ibrev eiewa ThM It not • lore* HAVE A C'ABR C1XEWT BOB A bungalow bwr o tmoll rowipeeoey to four room honor with fall boo* ,.L (toon hois* 1 .lying rvnm two boifv^oww meat Mori be IB the city Up to IT DSC ho* h*rn rblrkm t.a< e»'«t* re k eery otlroeUee large ervhord bluben 1(1.1 many Three-wr ee# Phone Town A Country Home* l.imit.-L h< ove city Pvy* room* attorr»*d gorage air *osdlor i*i lee of fruit Mint real gnotl bottom itnniog oti-O- M • ie hor-oir heeling bathroom Lore* »*rog» hire int Frtred Norman Warn. A 7T1e or fl UI, lanR Aa ento-prUJng Tver mn run Id melt Woll-tn.weU rerpet in toeely rtew living ei II esa | elvo hav* another four-room PUR BUNGALOW WITH o dandr living r»rv Tour tkaave to toaa room with amart firepiar# Wired far bungalow with foil cement Mirmroi iisbrng •uitoble lor revenue sdreoi og* ef u»e owhor’a aatefortooo gieetrte renae rerro# for fridge Tho wort Rov-«lr furnace rtl r*lv gorog* fvnre.4 Oeeeo-etXf priced Own Monthly pay oven i a tow tint fnrvg at only •* too honeo for tho money le victoria Lot* lot egrnia PuU portienlan to Bov borne itroi Coll Wright. R 3101 ony dutrtet Low oey meal loan or rocM even bo bond led end y*\| more In for time Ha oka* Po*ier Ltd TOONO COUPLE WTTB AfTROOI. ,) Mb Total I1SI * ynor BRENTWOOD rROFIRTTO eg. children hove ,1 MS to Bl.bOS for ,1 Pour

In

all rm.m of to *r hoc.l erg

Yictnri*

WESTERN HOMES LIMITED

Older

au

be*

Complete

plpm

Ki-frigersiorB,

rc

THREE

Bl I IHOOM BUITEH CRB/jMB BFTS

•lla.

Pictures

TW IN arid IN MAPIE wrw aj**st bit s,

AUdosry

TODIJI

BATHTtra

-

fUNK

A

full

PIJtAHF .HOTF— THr M.vrntn*

rascdH

all

Wxaherx

I K. Baron Lonlrai THE HAGUE, «RputPfs> —

In

HIM

t

China.

food

for

undertaken furm«hin«s live

minister,

Sicco

rooms

MaoBholt, will Imvy for Rrtraln today in «n aftempt lo obtsin GIba,. hettrr tnm, for Dutch hBcon dpMvwriPa Rrli«in hs* agreed lo buy 35,000 tons in the next 12 months st slightly under th* L'len-

ft At*r|

|n

wiik h expired

RAM wiftman machinp* ptc

BBVKHAI. OOOIJ MAWTET.

Hale hkt today only

for

snd orm- Dutch

price

rmanmoAMD

Spp yptlprdsy'E paper* for P*rtlcular'

guitea

the

nM

contract,

December

31.

Israeli Arsonists

rire htissian More JERUSALEM.
firs

by arsonists dpstroypd front of Russian bor.k•hop tn ihs hsart of JcruAhlcm Thursday. thp

or

Its

4

SMAU-

M

served

pointer!

Furnishings

lonsl FOR THE RrrmED COUPLE"

\\n ANTigrit

Tonight* 7.30 o'Clocfc

NEW HOME

CO LTD

MODP.KN

our Salesroom*

Oooe re t>t» dowo and ,M per

Ill,

A

|

purpose " Bert Kvan« gave his thanks as

731-33 Johnson St.

NEWSTEAD REALTY

HOME AND RKVENUB

mg

.

U»sn cupboard. pstAhllshcd n Mspls Bsy aub- unit, but now houBpjj In tb^ city hsll, gradually lncr*-s*mK In Ihs is dpmsrvlB made upon It an It heOiriVA br-tliT known ‘Thp troubip la that many peNrpit* think ihpy havp to psy for Hrm, from the loan cupbo*rd." Oner a Murlwm *x»d.

n 1951

rta*

ln*lr\K'ird

n/* r the in

older

darn vmartle dev.gned • car buneblao Largv mum. aak flown Op*o II two bedroom* Femur nbe

.

Thp

|

everyth Ing la given free AM we nsk Is that the ecfiiipmeni he returned when It

.

M

did rpcord." Thr blood

"whcTPRs

A action twrs and Appeal

I

Oetlhg foe a 'hre* bed r rum m,ir,e an Sigb erivund. bl* home oo* linen ar.n •old for toah »y Bob Allen. Kvtirr* rfmaea Idd B 11,7. of evening* H i.ton

BROS.

bw)

V

I

addOh net lit* arret In pooliry balance rail lea led for bwlb* Bae or *imi:or purpoaeg AU fen.-ed Thla ideal imoll farm in perfert eondlllon ready to prndu.-v large .roo and >• lha fine*-, efle-mg Gent re BsonleS today and will a* vure any energetie man a eery *ub*toaiial eompetenc* In Ideal turrounillng* Th* total value of tbi* ootvlooiUng uffer

rm*

A BUYER

mm

lock

a

Jam »• Weitern Mom OUST *«e* Mill bvi'tom price THANKS TO UM MOOORIDOE 1*11 osBo rt uony Athliroe Delre. oho an*war*vl my ad

MEHAREY & CO

.FOR



load

IS

Juhony

HOUSE BEAUTIFUL

Alkie

‘dov

obtoinoaie from *jnpnr.t#od#ni mi

e

la

for a low to yowr howee o»

I

m

property

n

$5300

4*1

M#

lh»n •

ron oeD ran eel

yon

II

meat ot

Never Been Lived

»»•*“*

•'

(he

-lerooved Victoria. H C

and croaa-lanreii

READ THIN

BROWN * BONN LTD

el.n.r

,„g

donor clinic. In.. . ,nrf\ CTPAIBPd lO IWO dB>B in 1952, *«"*» took 51« donor* In 1951 thp fl«urp was 465; In 1950. 273. of PkL

THE AKT10NKEB8 tub

knrhen and bedroom

ranm.

irre-piec* t-oih Puli cemeni hm.tr311-0 Mo’lr hot air heating du.ible Taw* IDO full prire fib V0B nmnimant to view plvave ronton Clark G Tl Y, re* 1 jldl

donor

n.p.p.,^

-

B C

Offlrlal of

in*

I

Tiled rahinr. i dining apoca. flmto.j high dry oaaemobt. Urea

81

romrrai por iiom kii Varicouver t*Uod. V* he Chlof A rr hi

a

m





m

in*

in*

TOUR ROME HAB A and a rvauva r tw* Heat and you wUI toko sBBdlUsn. fit* rwm*. lnaulaled shone tit a- enee' Kennedy. *3103 Day* coMnel pabtry.

oil

^^

flnlnrt

.

20 Acres and Prosperous In

on

In

In 13V) the unll r*l—1 17*77; ,T75. ITO , 19S1 ptnm "I e*n'l think of . teller Irthul. 10 our ,u nP°rTcr* thnn those -, fijfurw* Onpral Murlann *s( 4 ‘"In Crmirhan fjike* onp pprson ntlartl morp ih*n $J.2no. b np^n-

ttsnro*

AGENCIES LIMITED

$3950

U

Akl

-

Mr. V

V.JL* Mrw (— r w Mr*.

.

i

Md

$6500

THREE-MILE CIRCLE

G

"n*»d...e

I

«

"FAIRFIELD" $2000 DOWN

BROWN

poMOMian

f

M..

’ll

Si”".!”

SAI.K

VP

IM%

tour-

f«r-

JOHN GREENWOOD

^

T' FAK.M.H

m

i.

campslgn

lh , J taw e , |n| th. Its. Ihre. y.»r* during hi* °f lem, *. prmldrnt. In both Ih.

M.yor

Fnn«

I

:i

h p fln.nd«l

F p,^^,

.,.1

1/

made

I.

atonUol in U v kdvtoje aieaay wl'b vraDiuimvni aod fine rre-llt rule yenrea quiet fUun prumiaort toll o * fry E Mtl
!h*

,

M

P.ul. Schw.—rer. n M T’S •toddle. o jji Mr’ .. 1 i

motlrn

water Ijpto r Will aail or eg for r.tly prnptrty Owner Bn

H WHITT OMB « CG LTD «4 HAVE FIFTY CLIENTS HAVING FROM • '-to# to 11 *«0 for a dowo poimeal os o h-me in vortour porta of town Bnb-

IP

Mr

WENT

Keouog

Wood, ere*

hr-

U

II.,,.,., ,, ertd.nl I. T, 01.li.-m.

from hone*

Eeretlan;

-

dpci.lpci.

\ Icp prpsiiipnt Is A. W. Jack, March, and thp blood donor nr cleri pd; 2nd vioe^ prrsl dent. cllnlc befwren ApHl J. A fJibbt; wnretBry. 13 Mnf , th , of sy. Mrs. L P. Dobbyn; fressurer. . In rp Port,n « ,h^ y r A Ufnns work. Genenal Murlaon ex,,

idiln*,

st



AiUKAirR FOB SAIJ

Cl

If

in

i» is ed ertmol. to

one

this



Thornton To Head

P. F.

price

UM

many

and

*

,11 l
MX Wood. B

fur

*uit#

garage

botbraum

feature* hand* local ton.

W,U surv

Mrl

r

$6950

T

).

*
Mrs.

>-

»q

ond

na*et

Oppnytuoitr -Hardware

Gaol

etr

nad

&

O MIS B

WANTED

J

etc

Buvinevi

Cumoleti

$8000

i*4» rvrin Price EresNiet roll Mr Clark

E

LOT WANTED

eedt Be

goad Ik.M*

C**h Dnwo

Pembr.-k#

ronrvnienl

Mo

kune* OO V |-,n baavioent Mae* bo located

client

CUeat

emocisJ

drive In

H. G DALBY RM YYEW STREET

(KJVERHMEVT Evening*

teee Keoting 1(0 J a wwrrouE a oo ltd AMXIOOE HUYEK — tlOOFUN

High

replace with dining room Nuk Lovely

DAVIES REALTY O Ml, anydlm*

ruem

1

BEDROOMS TWO BATTTROOMB AUTOMATIC N* AT THE BUY OP r onccv Ftol prlto

comfy home I piu* two u

R**

$8000

H W. MILLER & CO 0W1

LOT LISTINGS

moiimum

payment aod I*.

Aak

fl

i.aaio.

" nt



spawning

hut of thaap only 40 per v <‘ tor next year's

y**«r.

tlie

liter

el

HAWKES FOSTER LTD

WANTKJY TO Bt V HOUKIH

monthly oruund

etr

coroc*

in

Iwa-ruem

M

IMI Brood

from every room

»

bueoo.

MODERN

EialuelF* Urtlag

R flew

ill

gei-.w

lelna

B »MI

'lev

•»*

down

ruom*

strike this year tun m«»re herring

have no grral effect on

next years herring mtch. ac^ cording to .hr .uthorltln *t .h*

''''•mf r.rryovrr of hrrrln* 1. aot or weierfrwntog* Biological Station Boot ho ne Pai'lflc *t not likely to causp any shortage loe< Good tlahiog The terry cnoar* fire l rip* per dot end there i* a Nanaimo. of food r,t»n by herring. moU eorvto* Pnce.l for idiwSiAa a result of the strike there although certain storks may *u will be approximately 1 Wv 000 show slightly reduced growth.

11

Mr

The herring will

la get a * ay from II nil* Her* la acre retreat rm one of the belter In the i lull I* Modern flee- room thro electrte water, bothlight,

4«rr

$4500

Qliiofe

Moditoet. 13a IM. career

ISLAND SECLUSION

Ml,

OSkld

to

Ol-ONKIUS SCENir VIEWB PNOM T1IIB ato'UUe* MODKNN AKMI BUNOALO* IN Pull -•** dining rema. hardwood lluora. >3M Bl* *-•!»*• r;n*D aired 1 Hit PB fix AN-

TH* norm,

LLOYD'S

RAPP

Nr WE ROOM HOUSE is a cun mile rirrle Could he lubdli •iied in too a tan WATERFRONT PROPtJiTY POUR -ROOM BTV COO B UNO ALOW aiitiout cnMcg. on mt« or

Boiemttit Sul! prlvato entrance.

v'» *-i ••

$6800

J'ABUS TO KKNT

•6

»o®

UM

I

an one Ml In Sidney Pembroke bath CToo# to bua end ttore Pull ortee ,3 ISO term* tot III Victoria Pram

Complete

Ha* oak

with roomy kitchen wired Hoi-olr

aito ,1

ere*

Hill

«—

fl-.*

home,

II T60

Lot

n

.

High Uuodro

UMr

good drainage liU eartouo prim BtMn* r*et. Meet eocn. two lot* both B7M dtalrl't TUllcum. MH13 aeoer conaected Itbll row* -ROOM •T’.fCOO H UNO ALOW, AT- View Hayol Af* . lOlilal, alow ut ta'had aaroge Jublloe dlolrlrt KM eoa ,IIM I eaah A*, .me prwoent n.or-.gtgw 17M Fur Tt.ea# and Moot Other* Cwneull Victoria • Only Lot Spe<-lall*t

FAIHFTEUi -SUPERIOR MODPTiN BTJR

B TIM

WATERFRONT '$3000 DOWN'

mm

rtew

lo/do

17*110

Mali!

hove o client who le very or.vlaa* te *ei velllerl In your ore* Mail hove ni.-l.rn *'v knne.ro with b**e nveot, and li/roted no nice lor Client will pay l. eotieoe town a pood

I* TS«

newt

Ma 13d Aoouu

id* rod

l

addlllunol

Term*

Boy

Ke*-.«.

ATTENTION VTFW ROYAL SrsiDgrsm

with

^

Judge Piece. T»tJ73. offer* con-

re

MAGNIFICENT BEA VIEW

^

HUM

l‘»

net log

Cobblestone Chiimney

Boorman Investment Co Ltd.

,

Drive.

Hoiievue

Kathleen

o 9

I

,

™^ w

«‘ n «;iKhts over Alta turned ove, to the Cana- 9Ur two °f her Bailors Jailed by a dian Ndvw for bunuiune- t 'civil court in Osaka after hold* Both or, were round ing up a ]ocA] ( „, dnvrr Eight choiro ocree of rich prodocUeo * ui 0™** 11** ot V The j!y Canadian high commit,leiel land Leigona. Buyiet.*- rb Aa HALE CULT1- eicoileot bom* In aplendld csidlitna a ,45 calibre P^’L Fh^y ™*re 4 io ner here and tlve foreign tree* Gorge LhrougbDta Uita* reou. Hreput- din- sentenced to lH months in office said that should a pet I* all# coll met (lichen with a »»r brrhktoal hut in HUcney's case. Uon nouk. paat MI too nodroum* modern prison flled „ wouW -4, nt Pembroke bathroom Full high cginent the term was reduced to a year by lh<. Uaaernent with fur n ore fruit room Bn,,^ g mh g UV ln One flnMbed bedroom Item and lmpien0 where lhe rf^ u „, • hod Karept'oriOl TOlue at unit holt real. The two men have appealed patently originated, to Ijondon. acre* A rea C*U M A Comubolt. Erer.lngA I IMI their convictions. No hearing Then it would be passed on to date has been act. Meantime Hong Kong

^

MORE

CodlMMO



ctote

*

"KEATING" ACRE BERRY FARM

I

DUPLEX. BKX.P.CONroom* and both up *lk and bath down: Oak fley-nonialri II) >0.1 alKtul E ID*

Bhaketpoa.-e

lot

2*®?

,

^



Phone He muni |,-X

fly*

Ml!-tnl*,ne,

Three Bedrooma and Ooa

furnace

Qi.eenaweed

UP-AND-DOWN

bungalow

Iwo

height*

aponmrou

abuwer.

mnet doolrabie family borne

..

and berry ,1*0 or offer

borgom

new

Gwnr.

$8750 SPACIOUS DUPLEX Oni rurally

mirror Cabinet

boeoeoetit.

tli-rmired good lonUen

In

fetnfe hot- air heating uleielr remodeled Eaqulmalt Phone 0 ,341

-

bathroom

Wall designed

HELL

well-kept

garden*

THREE BEDROOM BUMOaTuR

-

Llvlne

on mala floor

n

by in

rr fruit

STILL

lo
'

/

MOST

HEALTH. pride

ana

rt>-,n.

»

u

rated uiatrtct.

mer<

NEW MODERN 5 ROOMS MT. TOLMIE BUNGALOW

ollh rireol.*., (uutou dining r.vols both the** rno mi have *.. vmwi otlre modera kitchen two twin *i>* bedroom* with walk -In rod a r lined clothe* tl.iut* b^Ufol « niece Oath room with aep.ro.

& CO. LTD.

*

lot

Humv.er Lul evening. O

MEHAREY & CO

TEN MILE POINT De Luxe Bungalow With

• Id

^

,0 her own wurt disunions have been held" A Tokyo report said fannda martla proceetl.ngs, wanted the two sailors. Nor , The Uuadla ” negoli. lion. In Rom hat ,he man Rohtn 26. of Victoria, *nd Br,!Uh B^nment a fight last Steve Hlaaney 19. Drumlveller.

u

1, Vote left

Inane ui* ui Dlcki 1 at iik*. B UI Birtot if

WATTHFH
monthly payment*

a»nntbly-

_

Phone,

•Hooted od oeeaUful iood*caoe4 plena or oropeny otui ... riew* *ad eacidetoa w* or* pl***ed to offer IhU chora* Ing kui.g*.. * Vary ouxoctlve lletng room

ALFRED CARMICHAEL

U

"T*™



LIMITED

MM

B

tOll'V'l } ' jUU

Knee, eteningA B M31

HAGAR & SWAYNE

H

.

FINANCIAL SURVEY

Torvelie*

1-ROOM MODERN STUCCO BfNMAtOW

A guolHr-biilU new N H A bom* aitwoted »o mile* tram Um city centre Main I

LIMITED

reoi.nl Tnundotu>u, rondltion. Vow

good

IMT Foul Boy Ruod

toeh

Id «w*d Mkiniond.

to

THE CITY BROKERAGE

floor

>

Clieou Failing OolqutU 3» reo

two of her

half of

FARMS WANTED Gorge nr uull Be aa Hr laud

-

on

t

IAP).- Urlllsh they h«ve been removed to * a i 4 Thursday prison to begin aerving thrir not yet Bbkrd fur eentencea. intervention in lie If the case remained in the jurisdiction sailors, im of Hong Kong's prisoned here last week for civil court*, it 1b believed l’an* attempted sale of a pistol to a ada'* current negotiations with rickshaw puller. the Japanese government might *"t!«ngered. ^arntda want, But Canadian and Hong Kong !* ,rr in Jap * n officials said while no formal nJm lh * d%'U wur1* ,uhpetition been ha* received." Cx/idild

pxuR-KooM mmaAixisr two hedroagDO three-piece baU.roaan Let 10*' by »$ Price 13 Mo e*.« Aaeume IM0 •nnrtgoge Will take ,1 *M down end

$4800 r#

Bedrooms

3

I, TUI -Bl

fl*Y PROPOtthree-room oullet.

two

of

reo tee

bo ee meal

S

HIGH LOCATION

BUNGALOW

E

Soiim

CBW U IMALT — All nee (wot. L>

$9450 Barring iota

J

$4800 kunaomw

room

Owner

dim*

*

T

l‘r»?

A LOVELY 2-BEDROOM

10

HONG KONG

spokesmen

,

PAILINO

Term*

OAK BAY bare to

l

ond

BUB SERVICE

.

HBItrtSKMAN a CO B'lmaot 111* U Ull BIX UN IT PL'HNISHED

or

AL RE8

1/)

,

of

he'll*

DOWN

$3000

A SUPERB VIEW

Y.

U MY«

chicken

rea

a.

City Sailor Held In Hongkong Jail

hae _ $12,500 government

c.



B 41,1

ocl

hkm U'nu

price

lha •amr hnma with fha ,u

rav



8

ban

owner

deo oath and otectrlo alt, bee Pull room. cement baarmmt oith gang* Hot air Prl-ed he a >*d Met* right In for B3 boo down kolo

TERMS

Drl««. o«ar S-ker*. coroAf H.SYt »' Jtt* Ktu.-i * ln»U» >0*1 Ra». ,1 YM Paul Bat iiOD-l touk Ban »i ISO Wb*l»u»«rt ll.klio C«r4u*a hat. a all tor laf «• . Ibl _ I MO IU»» n.K A! IM Atrr* ApuruAiiDAtAlT »II Oouk. FVoad. ,3,100 )u«i PA»: CoJDAUtl

ROOM OLDER TYPt BUH-

PuU

acbuala

atorea.

bua.

to

el

Three bedrooma Pull Drtfe-ln garag.

$10,500

CHOIC* LOTS

Bram

thr«F bedrooma. througtt boll, kitchen, full boeemenl Flih hot* roof rhingla

baerment

FBOPFRTY FOB SALK

&(,

wdU-buftt

$8950

Price

bedrooa**.

o

laL t4

pi(

the miwt beautiful un-room woterfroat bomee in Virtoru te the market Eho.tr B tSik ereolnga far farther detollk

EMPIRE REALTY CO,

Clear (Hie or term*

dorwroto thu Ideoi f*mll|

CTTT

At»

K SELLIHO OAK

Dow

HALL. FULLY INflULAIED.

EUIX HIGH II AS EM ENT home wu: be con.pl AN KXi.KX.LENT HU

Yew doo

i

b*rt

in.

L*tg«

! Itrhen Ik neet and

HIM! One

Brea

HKD ROOMS ALL ON ONI FLOOR, OAK FLOOR* THROUGHOUT.

eltongu

.

Ctuae

terma

or

wf

lut(

gara*' prli*. lull T»r»« Kt.nlDj* Jack Brc»n, JoABAlsn a C» Ud. I »14J

J

I Nil

LmU/g,

THKEI

addl»llghlly of eawol or to OD*

at

OAF

bAt.nt. nt

cuadlLlun

enter. t

Pick eoqie kind of fmlt Well -ado Three romplet* aullea. lit a eery dedrabla freeh fruit cocti doy of year I1N Oa*.rnmrnt Street bice lo»n p«Ua. borbecue gnu dU'.rlcL gareuent roturna Prtoa ,l« 0M • raped poim- Mr Manr raru OlUc tbode l Term* nie 1ftMeallbfui r.lmele do ei'-reme* 30NEB * BOOTT Prire * >T>] Ud I'eaUMMAQ Bldg duatrlol eaponatoa huee poyrutia Ovoer. t.1 |ia UUO .oey terme au liolt ' CODNTHY Rediooda. Collt Aretioe Bti any alda ear-old a*. net 11 6 A

^ 3.500

CkU Mr

MT. TOLMIE AREA

ewno*d*rod

ke

.alien t i

etaroo

Revenue oruperly

eolwe

r

2! a Acres oil Cleared Seem -room modern atueeo lioai.e to

i1rl*»-ln

4f1l

NEW rhito-lwdroom STUCCO Bungolow. reody to move In Ouod l«» Oll-O-Me'.ic heating Wired lor electric rouge large ,m«, roam. h*rd.>to

BOORMAN'S

$12,900 More t tonal

seen

OD

wja.Ua

Hlgb

.tf

fall

SAI.K

MINUTES FROM CITY

10

Bafn* INtarage

I

A good dulrirl

$9500

m

)

MM

stag'd tornoiTOW

t*e

ill

instrumental work.

held tonight at S p.m.

i>e

FAKUS FOB

.

rieou Contort Prank Martin OMi* * um

ThU beautiful home oo lS-oere ML luel 1, mile# from Victoria with 13 -foot living room, guaei died dtnlog rv.aoi and lern cabinet klteben eeerlnnklng one of I he f tor at view* on Vancouver Ular.it Three large bdronm* ond full boeemenL •eporow garage ea«D»>oUe the picture

M

BORlIALOW.

/••** Ola

IB

oomeDl bommeul.

Waterfront

Six Rooms,

fORMULA FOR SELLING HOMES

rm

Down— $8500

eery AlcO alocce duple! boa four reemoe ea- b aide ond oituoled •«. a good lorge let Clow i« ah owing rmalim ond

EXCHANGE

Willis Junior end. First will

terma

at

a.-aa a

B

and second w

starting at same time. Proceeds from n>na*rts will go to music di*«j*rtinefit of school to augment fund for its own

two programs at S. J. High School this week

present

will

OAK BUY

.

or

kl'h

Uonrataat.

World-famed Kitsilano Boys’ Band of Vancouver, under diivotion of organizer and director Arthur W. Delamont,

Fill

Bui'dar. O t7U Nu i|iiu BgVEN-ROOag BTOCCO SOO-RCNOA-

lov.

Pull

For drtaila regarding oboea utraa oda coll A Lawman or M Onuld. I*ga 0 »*11 or Q Tkl,

SALE

IV

B'tt

oodra

Thle



U

Cell

B U>1

PITBROOM nu fiauta

•IX

SS*?*

call

HAWKES FOSTER LTD

in

•a BAB

M

piaaaa

1101

it

and arhual. ft?c etimnea frnoi are aub.ltftataa. per miinUi inrludlnt tear* Price Mort111 too

O

bua

around

prtra

home

a

Wright

Lee

dawn

Tbli

tt eto

dtatance

•ulated. Nttkr bo*

and ou teee

rnace

Pull

Part

Hill

such

ire

wuadra fMr*et

WalkUtf

NEW

corn*

aulle

ctnac

Poll

OAK BAY NORTH

urttn'l* oitit not ibre* bedroom homa Uu Unlvortllv dtatrtet urine up to three bedroom home a

A SNAP Dandr four-room uungalow. aturen and ahakt. Ui.uia'cd Durold reef, oil haet* in* Eacelaeot (araga on |tn» Lite

DUPLEX Hi r.. -room

»;»

Pbimiat.

Alas

Stucoo

hid* B r.\t

utiAO*

$2000

fa -a ar bet bar residence B 47C3

11*00 Alto o.ar Raarno

TOWN * COUNTRY HOMES LIMITED

i

four taoau.



M *W

bunceloe

iriS

I Mil

LOW HEATING COSTS a

la •

b. herd to brer B> eppoiotoKnt pair. Ptaon* Mr Cbnateuaen. rrn B MM. an

d»f

ml anted

WITH

Apply



JCBllK* DISTRICT

lighlful family Borne to lately garden rae living room dining ruum. elAClrlc

Ne«

I

M

Mi Ud

Ttir»a-badroai«i

MklM too

VUlorta

HOUR

No t|itU.

O

akanurt

bedruema

HU

bout. In viretleDt

bedroom* and turban e*en Varaut Cau

UM

O

r»oia Iwe b. dreumt catrti.n kllutllltr atorace nw«n A’-tach.d ft fate Part bAAemeol amall furoa.e Pruit trera beautiful laree tanleo and lawn fur Bl P ill price «S liH Brill, Hi>a • an at R.rflnea Raalte. ur area 10)1

REVENUE

OAK BAY WATERFRONT

JuD.-e# ur ciaa«

Bat

No

cb.n

Belt]

IMI),

SOUTH three

elit

tUailr

ROOMS RA.HBMENT Lome

Lleltat

Llatlng

Eiclualee Office.

OAK BAY rh.n

nwa

Blabt

bodrwoan. living room: dining Built iq large ktlrbro down tint All Id flrat*<.taai rondi-

tor

PRICID AT Mian QUADRA INSPECTION ONLY HV APPOINTMENT Pour Mooant — IliM Dowo

FAIRFIELD DUPLEX Close to School, Bus and Beoch

I

bom*

room and cabinet

aa* for Mr Dilchburn tl till - H edict

Piaaaa

garage Large let Three » t f-« cr\r yaara old. run prlre obly > U. j\J\J Plaaae call R V Gear Hon. tbgk, B lAa Biel utl aa Llatlng/

Por Mai*

anytime

tOOCO JtOjU

.

19SS

SO,

ATTENTION!

FOLK.

tlun with lino In tt *M Hail rath

New

three- i»ar atuaee bucicalow. four rooma. family-aite BHclien. plut blfb t,a«f mrnt. bract. aat *Bd Wired for range, fuiiy laaulAtad. D.Ufl eaab.

At laaat

atuacw uunenoua reoma with ana In bataam.nl (Donated Wired fee range E.Mrio dofDcakM bet »ater Drtte-la Wrll-bulll

Fri, Jti

.

LET MB HANOIX Hit SALS OP TOOT! Oil 12.

FRASER BISCOE’S ROYAL OAK

bulk* Alow

Oa>tc.



W

,

TIAL

to »ter Tull imaenirnt. automatic bcallDf and ritra todt*.. arparate car.** The prlre la 111 900 wild term a arrant. <1 Lof tatat Vleo bj appoint* Pleaae ui for Mr m*nt unit Be la. Otllt Beet., B 7 Ue7 ekid-ja.ee Au

OPPORTUNITY Buy

DRIVE!!

lltlag

af

ana with

YOUR

Ultra tnudaro kllehea lighting aud Juun* hoi air lurnut, laun Half rdf* room aud rolra oedroimi luh Pull prVrt »» IVO Evening* U Kennedy Cl Idle Jobutlon b
roo

ot)l

Mart and

ground* plant.4 with ahruba bulba

H

lata*

TWO BATHROOMS

roam. tan ucd/wnina lbiuu«b ball. Pin broke oatbimian auacluua kltcbra aud a »»rr tlUacUrr iloaait In aurt perch The

mvdirn

H

Til R KB TO FJVX burnt ar ia»-»u*'.»

ftuaraecem f lib •pace Uoaemenl

THRKB WrriROOMS

Fret]

tlrur-.rd tlurce with titiali but

srr_

B

DER WITH OPEN PIKKPLACE RAMS OPrOimmiTY TO PUHCUAAX

A

A much admired duptaa

DOWN

MONTH AT 4Vi%

Victoria, B f

Bailij (Eotaniflt

OOUOI

LSWt'lMALr OH ur

intAm

c

•24 Tatat biroei

TO BUB

HAMIiT

Bl V

"

OflUa

DUPLEX



$2600 $40 00

>*m» ill wllh 11*00 a 1th

lull tia bur at

t’.v.ri

I

Ad lulu

Near Sea ond





Mi

age IMA LI Prrat PARK AMD Nf* Ituicil bun*t A HI. FT 1C , AND -» » • in air* blob TAXES PULL t . OAn turn, eloe* la mhoal anil but Mat a BIDS UY-RIDB a MAN A C ASH OLJKV! P1UIW *nn It WO DOWN S4xQ0 laree uUuua bail to a lint Ittlut r*-m> • lib fireplace two larir bedroom* and KING REALTY tail, B »MJ Keel B 4bwg LINK

BEACH

tbt th»

added |MAOf a 11(1 oiftrt of uni.i A.: Ml -U Large living room tl'b heUovud n«wr and nreptacs ana bfliwn lartt ki'chtn alth Bind tptea kllch* / aha# AUTOMAT!* OIL ton vitb Ibt bn iaa I

BTH1.

,

TO

air

at a win. r of oor#‘ I ale. Man* at. llill liuneaJua liiali

at

fouf-rwun.

MU H

BATHROOM

rtb-l

me

tee

ollh

retro room A real cute at I S w eary 8 1101 Dart Cal! VT AM KXNNKDT O • *•« Kivnlr.gt

stucco COTTAGE within tub oxi uiu HlXJIII AMU l UilAX

situated CUtCLE. (hooping

nrar

ui

0110

(I

•to

it

Street

a to.art isodarn boaaaio. Pllll i.eremr.,1 lat|r ’TJ at'-a. Ilf* 'ouai »,it too* cab In tl k'Utiao 'wad floor* top.imr piping A <*ali Flee t» if laui hIf a* lai Mr

aunt tbata bung*

lift Jtart old baa tl Apart toent oitb of at.

attrlbut*t

Cook

off

BY ITSELF IIHIr

DOWN"

"$1200

APARTMENT thla «uta

«m«

»« •

HOI KBS

«...

iumi

liriiMt

H H A

BEACON HILL PARK

In

mh PAuu.r mam rp r<>u *kj l- « * rt.ie* uedi.-.o. tj Utl a lib mmwii< eng i.#* taut

lee Jutilloe

FRASER BISCOE OFFERS

LTD.

24

I

wood

Bridge Tournament Saanich Liberal Wards Soared Island Drive Enters Second Week Name Parley Delegates Showing Progress Commene

days-wood

special 3

\

Cedar Wood, stove lengths, very easy to spilt. Qood for kitchen furnace, heater and all around use. No.

1

fS.OO

a Cords

4

(

The annual Junior Chamber held

In the file

or so previous

bridge tourna season*, this year* play is a ment entered the second week round robin affair. The player* have been divided the 19f»3 competition this Into 10 group* with eight tram* week A total of 160 Victoria it* are In each Karh pair play* seven taking part in the competition. game* and the team with the Which la under the auspice* nf mo«[ win* at the end ad\ances

G S4Af

TOPAZ

Claseifird

Ad§ Don't Coot

—They Pay

/

A meeting

of

Wards

tine

and

Liberal Association of yesterday In held Saanich. Liberal headquarters, chose the following delegates to attend the B.C. Liberal party convert the Jayree Kites lor the first into the final* in Vancouver February 2Y Uon The tournament I* expected in and 28 tliV this year. A new set-up ha* also heen he concluded about the end of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hohh*. organized. Instead of the usual March. Mrs. EL T. Lea and Hrugg) Will Browne-Cave and ljirry rliniinatinn system which was J. MH>e. Parlow won the title last night Mr* nf

760

Results

nf

ft. 00

orda

FUEL

O.K.

Three

W

|

tlons

committee of the Saanich Social

Liberal Association.



drive

so

Credit

lor

far

In

the

league's

members

on

B.C

all-out

Van-

Vanrouxer Island mtnation

to

MLAs from

elect

the

In

Its

defer

Social Credit Island In the

next general election

couver Lland are "more than Coupled with the member* Mrs. Arthur Ash was named secretary treasurer of the ward* satisfactory.” Percy Hawkins ship drive launched early this Vancouver month ts an educational proof the association hecause of the Hi- chairman nes* of Mrs. A. D. John*, elected Island area council, said last gram designed to show people how Social Credit works and to the office at an -arllei date night. how The Social Credit league has the organization differs Mrs. J. McGee presided at the set a goal nf 2*1.000 members on frorp other parties. meeting.

.

,

Cranston and W. Chisholm

in

the final.

FI

y4
mew!wem!wem!

the resolu

A course In public speaking bird C’lub^ No. .196, Camnsun No 757. !* hi-ld by tlwToajlma»l.r« Club ln.m.Cllon will ClulK of Vlclorl. po'nmonnng rluh * " hn h ,n “[ Fetoruarv 24, ai 6.15 p.m in the :", * chln pr,c *" l « Monterey Rr.t.dranl.

HIRAM

will

^

STEALING MIS SLEEP,

to

Public Speaking Course Set WALKfR

»«*«»

ME BLAMES MiMSELF ^ BUT I'M THE OWE WMO'S <

IMPERIAL

“*

,

lira I experience.

The

spon«oning Information may be obtained the txturne are ViHor.a To#si- from Ken Tyrrell, Harry Olden, master* .No. 38. Victoria Union Steve Findlay and Ceortion Toastmasters No. 331. Thunder- Wllliscroft.

<

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