The Daily Colonist (1941-02-21)

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COLONIST TI.LF.PHONE8 ISTATHEm romfcCASTH

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Empire lin Empire wii

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(ESTABLISHED ltM>

MAJOR OBSTACLE

Reach Athens

Italians

IN

SIXTKEN I'ACES

19^

VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, FRIDAY, KF.BKCARY 21,

61— EIGHTY.THIRD YEAR

NO.

JlPM TOSPORTS SAID TO

as Prisoners

iriiMiUKiiJiiMiiiaiKii

CLEARED BY BRITISH Across Julia River, Driving Toward l^pital and (Jiief Seaport of (ailony In East Africa— Selashir’s Patriot Forces

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Hainan mosa and Japan herself, headed piesiiniably ,,,.,, that o^Rrit nc Inland— a likely way station m any dnve Singapore— or for Northern Frrm.h IndoLhma.

says Tlie Time.^’ Singapore corirspmident, w pmpha^i/ed bv Uie arrival of great number.' of bombers

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lirsrlcky current, has put all Lower JubalaxKl Into BrlUah hands. While one fores croaaed the liver near its

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patrtoU that th# Ethiopian patrloU ^ lim with ##ek in )oln the BrltUh tmops pressing on Oondar. acme eighty miles to th# north, ..... then .K.« clean up all .11 the .K- Lake t..k. -mna m-n. and

the

of

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war

movement

m a^In

If thlB nAMt HOt COtTvt » JlfhUng foroe of Ital-

Ians lo Invade the comtlry

tnm

ItAly

^ Fascism.

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th# British troops are 10.000 square mUea of occupied territory in lUllan Somaliland ahead of them, some 23S mU#a up Ihe coast. Is Mogadiscio.

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In particular, people who wlD b# uatng puWtc IranaportaUon tervtce* art advmed to time their arrival in

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French a.Khc.rulc* "ver Japsne*# rf 410000000 worth of rlemand* for IlflOOPPOO 'lemsnd* Amerlrsn and Chinese-owned goods vUirni In llaiphnnt warehAuaes These v*ur(»v «aid Japanese mill* authori'ies 'lemanded that the French requiaiiioo the goods and tJien hand them over to the Japervewe but tha' the French fUUv rehiged lo aaaui rlie Japanese “tn nr

to

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CanUaned

r.. Ftnfirh mflo-Chm. Indo-Oilna Feb ReUnble lo'iree-* reported

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nl.hl ArhOP. rv^mis Pin. r.«A ••u- ••—• .eia. t- inter,w.p, mto to r pta ea en ronle cept ihe German pta' Ih^r al lack* over BrttUh wMI alarm, but I/mdoei had sn earlier aiai I/mdon .. ta pm «.•>< i>>i night last over at 10 It ws*

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ONDON. Feb. 21 (Friday) f/Pj —German plane* returned to London early today for the second time since midnight Anti-aircralt guna imand the third attack of the night mediately went into action while the alarm sirena walled, but

[jafjy report* indicated th# .k.., lo"-!"""*

jvi-iMon k«.. *o h*ve

ago

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urged to Intensify their efforts in a

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merchant *h.p-

of

British freighter

under Colonel Leclerr leaving FasclM* bark oia’ ma'j-rial and prl-vnera Ui' pt^nrh hand* mnr.rh mlllUiv 'ommunique I,j ph, lUUan \t>dnesday clamed to have jnrred jnreed

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That was the city not later than 2 p.m. municipalitiM yesDCOple oI Victoria and the surroundinjj War Savings Parade ttrday by officiala in charge of the huge spectacle the bity has provide --- the greatest military that• will r-I

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Ci.y Karly and lo sprct«.«r' l rgr,l l« Rtfii Slrrrtft iJruf^— Final Orfiorf* Ift*»ur4l To Many Lnil. Taking Pari

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m'f'Clul

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lion vihetU Norwegian Mier M alltng for < rrw

To Take

Btuird of Admiralty regrets

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hails In Parts suburbs yester-

tn the euy. th# Brtuih Broadcaating

tlf Free Fren.-i. wirele.s* Ihr Cob,b, thr

advance be)-ond Dama, Libyans

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two spitfires are 2 ::;';rH,:;r,r 2:2rr' "i.rir, Italian* behind the reireailng pang and pointing out the minefield* SHOT DOWN IN SNOW

To Line Streets for Tomorrow's Parade

CF — Women

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new ,ucCTenen lorres wiui Frrnrh W.U, n., »ucagmiM ihe liauan oa.su of southfost I.tbva

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RIOTING IN PARIS

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Sara I U!M»OV, miralty

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reports of lUUan air f«‘m»rk*b:y cottservative"

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.MaGrial and PrlMinera Taken In Libya by ( olonel l.erterr'« lorres

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riQflPTO rnDfCn FASCISTS FORCED

destroyed Italian aircraft beSi*" B.rr.n. .na Brnn*l tTvo rf»rr»inniirteni renort* rorre»pondent also report* The break , 1 ^,, German attempt with Uby. Libya by communl-.llon rrl.h communi-aiion

ih. ll'*' A mor.ovw, m«reov*r thf^eal Ar.hl. .nd ,„ up^ Job of cleaning up for the iT7rtei^mg ^ ^^ the wake of the'®”^ the ir.k# •nd* V? In »h. in odds and end* *hij» miUtary occupation

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rarrytng

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Ea-stem

of

cao’ure

nniain.

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one*. Ihe London informilliard' «M be oe iniiiwv

New York Herald -Trlbunr says approxlmaiely 200 American - built

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mllaa together I flew about 3^^ i^lch th# Mldd e ^1. he »ld some indication how

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dL-ease kfvoan a* ’ '

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FaSCISt RepOllS Of FaSCist RepOflS LOSSCS ID Libva Are Conscrvative

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sinoipore-bound be beaten while there are any of u* above the surface," and added that th# AusU-allan troop# h« saw In Afrve# "refard th# operwHon* against Ih# Uallans in th# nature of a preliminary canter; what they want to do is hav* a lo at the Oer'‘never

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preceded (he grand Im^ria Ltbva by the Imperial offen-vlve fen-vlve into Llbva to to' I* expected the Nile. Ul of ivu» Army nr

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I have not been able to get ning to celebrate the the Ogvemment In- not exempt any parties from hta provide the coeta of war. I" • great deal of the largest purely Cana- a copy of this report, but I undereommenU and he expressed belief . said one of the aacrlfloea aoeoe the speaker said a young relumed Cord Thai Federal Aircraft. Ltd., be I, production lo Canada now Is— dlatrurtful of political parties as Members of ParUament would have ruary. IfJO. by He remarked that It had been Midler In Hamilton, the organisa- dissolved: k CORDS 8k. TS one of the moat urgent neceaalUet such. to make before the war ended waa would have beclub* Gandhi elghty-two said that of conalata now tion 3 Ihat De Havtiland Aircraft of In our war effort. to discard aome of their Idea* "on •*We have moved into a new world, come one of the world's greatest Anembemhlp of almoet JfiOO. do unwilling to Minuter U manageor adthe If what they arc pleaaed to call sound wHh a be asked to Mr. Green, Canada ^ tougher world." said men If he had turned ChrUUan. Mewage* were read from Hal Rog- minister, for the Department of this In a public session wUl the money and sound finance " must meet new eondltkms WORK OF MISSION It waa poaslMe the orthodox fi- er*. the rounder. *nd A. L. 0*lbr*l(h. Munition* and Supply, the Avro- Government give consideration lo a ^ (yp^ of Parttament. Coal Co„ Ltd. Arc Dcv.t*‘lating! The Victoria An.Mn project. Uklng over the per- statement being made at a sewel Speaking of the church misalor nancial method* to which the Oov- national prealc^nt, BrlUtn did It. but only TILEFHONl E312I 743 TATIS ST Archdeacon DevenUh de ernment adhered so strictly might chib has seen aome fifteen years of Mnnel. malerlaU. record*, etc of aesrion. much as I ahould deplore ^ threat of immediate Inthe mtvion that course? not lose the war. aald Mr. Jaquea, service, aeveral of the charter mem- Federal Aircraft; vaslon. •me Ume has come for clared that the work of had am-lously outgrown the accom-, but It waa certain that they would bers being in attendance last night That De KavtUand Aircraft 3. Canada U» do a. modatlon. and mission achooU. hoa- Five year* In India without home "lose the peace to enjoy a ple(« of the large birth- assume responsibility for engineer^ , -There u no enthusiMm for aw, were under the eonmonetary polide* not materials. particularly If leave, day cake ing and procurement of ^ said action taken by this ministry changed there would be a lembie 4 Tlial the Department of Munithe lack of accommodation acute. Doing Us part to aid the war efdiUona of work of the mUslonart**. ‘There will not be Mr. Green. deflation after the war which would fort, the clubmen sold War Savings tions and Supply take over the con"Your mission is doing magnificent was seriously Injurious to health, unless some changes are made at work; surely it U up to you to see wipe out many of the thlnga for Stamps at the dmner. Tl\e quota of tractual and financial obligations J«it U A Nr» OtUW!" warned he $134 ol $9— total lack wldch people were fighting. that It Isn't hindered by and Ihe financial functions of FM$135 waa exoeeded by STANDARD OF LIVING Rev. George Biddle, as chairman He likened the funcK." he said. nIbTL'RBI.NU RePOBTd in cash. RuiaeU Parka headed the eral Aircraft Mr Green eald contemplated war relattonahlp of the church in Can- of the meeting, paid high tribute U sale. 'Thu document was signed by the AMariated HmH of Reral Arhaels • N*t frrw Bl.afr ta BIO OO The last speaker before the mo- committee tn charge of the expenditures meant “a lowering— ada and Its mlsaloo in India to that the splendid work of the Women’s chief executives of the six corporaBS OO »• BB OO QVIE HIlOW or Music. Lenden. Encoarwfed • fcacih tkxi was adopted was Rev. A. M. and a drastic lowering—of our of Brltatn and the United Slates, Auxiliary, which he described at a tions under contract with Federal By Appelntmenta Nlcholaon (O.C.P. Maekentlc). who Preliminary arrangements were standard of living " While that was with Britain doing the fighting and viUl factor of the church. Aircraft to manufacture or assemble told ihe Houae he had heard reporu made for a monster qulx and musical COMt RIGHT IN the altuaUon at home. Canada was the United Bute* called upon to parts and components of the ArroOfficial confirmation ha* been a party leader In the Senate had programme, which the Kinsmen will lUSINISS AS USUAL AT THE confronted abroad with the avowed provide the ammunition An.«on plane, namely, Canadian Car (OLD HALTS PARADI aald doaen* of businessmen bad told promote In the near future One of SAME LOCATION A Foundry, Ottawa Car 6t Aircraft. Emphaslxing the hardship*.' him they were "leaning on their the principal alms of this venture the British Empire in 1341 Ltd National Steel Car CorporaE7MONTON, Feb 30 «f —’The drudi^ry, dlacouragement and heart-! oars" becauM they were "only work- will be to feataure the Kinsmen don. relative to examiners' appoint We have Just returned from our breaking work of the missionaries mercury dropped to an overnight Hon. Dr Havllland Aircraft, Boeing arc 1341. ’They Canada for lo log for taxes.’’ meni groomed being Boy*' Band, which la Aircraft of Canada and. Anally, ^‘;;j;o,;r5rj.“F^'derkSUU^ whom he described aa the salt of low of 1$ below aero at 4 30 a.m. In If this were the rase he thought for the annual muatcal festival by F. do not think anyone wl> tllapute the earth. AKhdeacmi Devenian Edmonton The aub-sero temperaMassey-Harrl* Co. Ltd. I wish »t ceylon Max Plranl. New Zeathe Defertce of Canada Regulatlona Alfred Prescott, director. the statement that neither the urged the Women's Auxiliary toiture. accempanled by a bitter east to be noted that, at the tunc these 1210 DOUGUS ST. iCWCLCR ahould be amended to deal with land: Wesley Roberts. West Indies, z. U. Harris waa named general recommendations were made ttie and LToyd Powell. Lotxlon. England Houae of Commons nor the ministry bring Influence to bear to Itave tlie breexe. forced postponement until such bualnaiemtn. chairman, while the sub-committee enjoy the complete confidence of five-year period of service without Friday of the big military parade in 'The director* feel that the courThere cotild not be a united chairmen will be Hal Bourne, ad- gentleman who is now president and general manager of the Massey- age and determination of Uie Asso- the people at the moment. home leave shortened to lonr years. support of the war aavlnga drive. SEE IT IN OPERATION pr(q}k If aome Inilated on getting vertlalng; Archie Smith, tlckeu: Harris Company the "They certainly do not enjoy more wu occupying to carry on In these profita while other! were retpUred Oeorgr Patl. the quU; George Faw- position of deputy minister of the ciated Board Doaestic Ume* will receive the than the nonnal confidence reposed difficult The to make great sacrlflce! with no cett. oonoert arrangement, and Al- Department of National Defence for peacellme Govwarmest co-operation of teachers by the people In a thought of profiu. music. Prescott, fred Air. ernment and that U not enough Oil Riige The motkn to go into commlttoe and candidate* It U Intended to stage an hour's for war. PKOPOHALA Hl'FPOBTKD on the reeoluttan waa carried wlth- programme, one-half hour of musk FULL ENAMEL •T propose the Prime Minister uiuterstand that matter wia> 1 om E22II speaker, strewing the high prinSt. and crltl1411 augfesilon* his advice, and 1 am informed that Hudson bomber at Montreal yeaier- ahould invite ciple* of the British as opposeil lo members'* vitality is esBentiaU bis Views were in agreement with day, waa dlscloaed today to have dsm from all private ('anllnaed freai Page 1 those of the Nails. He wa.* introRB ON OFINIONA WInierbum those of the Cauadiau manufac- been the son of a Bulgarian general. hope to hold the front before Sa- duced by Preaidenl Hat Often if you’re rundown, easily upset, turers and confirmed the hopeless- Koala Oheorghleff. aisasainated by Under present conditions Liberal Tyrrell Howard by thanked lonika against the big Oermifii for-'-kg arid Federal Aircraft situs Communists in Sofia tn 193$ private membew could not express it shows your body may be hungry for Bob ness of Uie massed at the Rumaiilan-Cu’.iJr*-nN^^^^rtalnment waa provided by ttOQ in ita present state, and UiaL ChrUtopher George had AngU- their opinion* freely In the House and George Fawcett waa on the basis of this report, the a;.."! more Vitamin B,. You can get this Vitaborder. clxed hU rvamc and become a United They could spe*k frankly only In Introduced aa a new member ALI.BGKD MINORITY VIEW chslrman of the board recom- Statea cltlxeh. caucus. ’The reeult of thUi and of min in Fleischmann’s /res/i Yeast one of German aourcet alao alleged that mended to the Ooverrunent that partisan debate was that two-thtrda the greatest natural storehouses of Vitathere waa In Greece a etrang minorFederal Aircraft be abolished. of the abtllty of members of ibe ity oplnlnn that favored mediation The matter whS delayed to wait WITHDRAWING ALL Complex Vitamins. Hmve of Commons was not emmin B„ and all the

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Oreece'i tronUeri were guaranthe return of the Minister, but as teed the public is unaware ol any Bpeculationa that the Soviet was ^tepa taken to change the existing about to take another grab at RuFederal set-up On January 31. the mania— probably the Prwlnce of Minuter u rxpotied a* having aald. randnued fr»m Page 1 Moldavia were based upon the ‘T can see nothing at the moment public aUlement with wtdely-heM sappoaltlot) that fitalln and Supply a to Indicate that ,we would fvt more matter of viui public had helped get Turkey to come to raapect to a planes by upsetting the Federal the present unterms with Bulgaria and thsu this Importance, namely, appir-cart. r went on to make a saUslacUiry aUle of aircraft producJob had a price whkh is conparimilarly forecast of production Discusakm of the new Turkish- tion In Canada, and sidered by aircraft manufacturer* to failure Bulgarian non-aggrea*icn agreement with respect lo the alleged fantasUc. Government-owned be mUe short of (-onilnued during the day. the Turk- of the wholly INVESTIGATION PROMISED Ltd., Aircraft I^deral corpuraUon. ish preas declaring that It would I am further advised that after Impede rather than aid any German to function stage hU return from England the MinI make this request at ihU scheme of lettltif at Greece. and In this nvauncr rather than la the form of a motion for the adjournment ol the Houae to discuss Signed the original memorandum study this definite matter of urgent pub- He promised that a thorough that of the situation would be made at lic Importance on the ground we have no wish In the world to once, and upbraided some of the behind In Uieir deRev. embarrass the Oovemment * war- firms for bcUig CALGARY. Pbb 30 There has. llverie*. All the firm* were reCohn Campbell McLaurin. eighty- time production plan* mtirh delay In the queated to answer, as quickly as poaseven, "grand oM man" of the Bap- however, been so of aircraft, that It is slble. three questions bi WMtam Canada. praducUon (toi mlnlatry 1. Will the Ukmg of steps you apparent that the Oovem(Ued here today at the home of his quite menk's announced programme, made recommend accelerate production of •on. C. Campbell Mcl^uiin several occaslona and aa long ago Anson* tn Canada, and if so. to Active the ministry lor nearly on ha* been a com- what extent? month*, seventy yeam. Or. McLaurin came as nine what facta do you basa 2. On failure. plete took to Western Canada In 1M7 and your opinions? NO PROniTTION up recldeoce here tn 1M7 He waa S What guarantee can you and Federal Alrrrart. Ltd was set up «VMy known aa a mlaalonary. your group give as to a date when author, traveler and lecturer by the minDter a* a OovemmentAnson dellveiis* of subetanUal Dr Mclaunn was bom at Clar- owned corpomUon to co-ordinate provided jour Avro-Anaon plane* will be made, of 1R54 the eocurtnirtioo ence. to) the Ottawa Valley, recommendations are areeptadf planes and It asoumed certain ImI am advised that a Joint reply portant functiona arlth retptet to was made to this request but 1 am manupfocurement aod later the unaware aa to Ua nature except that facture of ccrum easentlal parts the roanufacturer* have reiterated involving an eipenditur* of $50.the faaaic theme of the complaint OOOfiOO; but for aamc reason or other unknown to the public the efforta prohave not corporation of thM Tkawa n*s at wi OM balpstf lani duced raeults. dliaolva mg ttmat" Dea l squcex* Hlackhcads 1 am advised that around the end ounces of prioxio* ' Get taSU Oempou of the year, the acUiKg mimater of fnaa aov drug ttw* aod spply kaowa far av«r 88 auniUom and suppty requeatad 4« o
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Mr, Green spoke In the debate resumed today by T. L. Church (Conservative. Toronlo-Broadviewi who urged the utmost possible economy on non-war expenditure*. In OTder to esAe the burden on tax-

-The

Board of Mission* and Church Extension of the Methodist Church today ordered the withdrawal of all its miaaionarlca Ji^^opan. Korea and Japanaoe-controUed area* of China Diffendorfer. execuDr Ralph tive secretary of foreign mlasions.

pa^rs

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as murh as poaalble heavier the tax burden beit would bear on

UNFAILING fUiechmann'i

the Provincial and municipal Oovemmentj. who had In obtain money

just returned from Japan. Mkld the action waa taken In mpliance with urgent advices of the

yeatl for

Mr. Church

^ objected In sugges-

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Toda}f^ after 70 v*ar$ Canada's fatariU (rwh

bahng hecautt

tl

never fails you. If

grocer for ii~^U>dayt

thrown out that this or that Provincial tax source would oc Uortf bring

ARRIVES

when

you bake at home alvays use FUischmann't and 6a extre of lighl, taety bread. Ask your

tor easentlal service*

United State* OovenunenL

eating one cake in the nKiming

you get up and one cake ^ hour before supper, to help restore your body functions to nonnal and keep them that way.

came the harder

who has

RAlJg

PREMIER taken away or interfered with ’The ENGLAND! Provinces and municipalltiea ahouM

l.H

CAAAOa

IN

be told riaarly where they stood '

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prime LONDON. Feb 30 CFi Menztes. of Australia, Minister R arrived in England today by (riane from Lisbon. He came at the Invitailon of the Brtuah Oovemment "to dtacus* vartouii axpecu ot the war sttua Uon an official announcement aald tn roffte Mr Menxie* spent erxl days In North Africa visiting the Australian force*.

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JOHNNIE IVALKER

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Red Ub*l,

Denmark" from German oocupaUoo

know

S3.75

their Scotch 40-oi

$5.60

Black Label Over 12 years old.

MAILS RRATORRD BKRNR. Bwttaerland. Fkb 35 rnmmunlcationa between and Bwitserland. suspended n'bruary 1$ without announcement ftaaoti. were re-established

Disollcd. BIceded sad Booled ia Scoiiead

— Postal Italy

of Ut* today.

Thi* idvertisemcnf

if

not

publiihed or dtspUyed by the Liquor Control Board or by the Goyemment of British Columbtg.

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THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA,

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International Road Project Revived by

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dUplay

Rev. T. G. Griffiths Chosen

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Rump

Wint; Rib Roasts,

Roasts,

Rallad lb.

Round Staak,

PASTRY FLOUR

28c

lb.

FETHERUTE

par

Roasts,

Cross-Rib

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PORK— Grain-Fad SHOULDER ROASTS, lb. 17^

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LOIN ROASTS, lb. LOIN CHOPS, lb

MUTTON LEGS, whole,

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Of Helfjb.

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RIB

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lb

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PORK STEAK,

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gesting tiial negotiations

BLUE RIBBON

FRUIT DEPT, JUMIO JMIO NAVEL ANfUS A«t Aas ORANGES.

59"

TEA, Mb. pkt

BLUE RIBBON

CW

COFFEE, Mb.

lb

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given

NABOB

DATES

LEMONS.

PUDDINGS

JELLIES

SOOKE CRABS

17'


.,25'

APPLES Per

•RUSSELS

15'

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WHITE Bulk

ir

Cracked Wheat

3

lbs.

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CURRANTS

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OATS,

PANCAKE

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Tomato

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10

Bird's Custard, pkt.

Clark's

Juice, 20-oz

32-oz

23"

tar

WAGSTAFFE’S

RED SPRING

Chum Salmon

WALNUTS—

SALMON

Tips and Tails

Amber

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man

BIG

MACARONI

NO RUB

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Hunter.

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mornmg.

re other officer* were re-elected

FLUSH

A

ihe board pUced on unanimous thanks and

lo commercial u.ve! judgment, be the cheap-

fields

hU

resoluticm.

record expressing

apprrciaUon

deep

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to

m

the bridge all thoae who axaisted [tea at Government Houjr on Feuruary 12. 1941.

build.

The

NABOB

AYLMER FOOD PRODUCTS

alleratwru. aiteratmru.

January

f

.

THOySANDS WILL SEE BIG PARABE

and

re-

by

of

January

2.

ceived after Oriober 1

1B40 1.

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Is

expected

(hat

CUT

PURELY VEGETABLE.

BEANS, Ken

tucky Wonder, 16-oz.

AND

PEAS

CARROTS.

JAM. 4

10"

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-lb.

carton

1-ib.

RED PLUM JAM.

8

carton

41b,

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building* and cannot rightly be said All store*, office Canadian romtniaslon favors any private huuses along the route ol .said an official the parade are being atrongly urged Our policy has been to make our] to display flag* for the occasion, information as complete as poewbl? »nd U Is expected that there will and leave the final choice lo the' be an excellent showing of bunting Oovemment" FTnal ordyz for the parade were Among Information coUecled re- Ustied ye.*terday by Major George

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particular route

737 Yatea Street

Furniture Specialists

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had done Janitor

prevloua tenant work not done by the present tenant, ihtis warranting a correspending increase In rent RK.HERVt Jl IHiMLN’T

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Judgment waa reserved, or application was adjourned by the com mlttee on the majortiy of case* for cenlJy were details of possible router 5. Yardley. parade marshal, after a Incomplete application forms adthrougli difficult country in U>e conference the previous night wiihjvanced by the landlord, the wi»n Allln and Telegraph Creek areu ‘u officers of the various units lo take of the committee to examlrve the

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INLAID

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tha;

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STRAWBERRY

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dn*|s

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INLAID LINOLEUM

1940

the local convmlttee were thoae with wamnUng the '‘7. month increase, for such reasons as that of thousands, and city polite Interim reports were reviewed t ^ house had been turned into a private cars are U the Canadian and United Statej.,^,„jj,g house, that major struc the commiMloiw last tear and further; tw»t allowed to spoil the view of had 4>een made marching parade. its wUh the tenant agreed to the inInvesUgallon work wa« arr*nged lo remain tn the house for a* the three flghllng force* the 'B route, running through the,°^ long as he desired, at the irrcreased BI NTINO DISPI.AIS Rnrkv MmuUatn Mniintain "trench." rental, and for the reason that the Rocky

conirary-

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EXTRA HEAVY fRINTED LINOLEUM |

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Continued from Page

AAie

>44 9

Virgi

y*4d.

lor »nly

Instance^,

Among appUcatlons granted

level

here today.

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Rsfwlsr 9Sc iqujrt yard,

I

landlords who raised the rent without sanrnon ol the local committee were ordered to refund the amount of rent paid bv tlie tervant over the

i««src ifasrc

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BAROIEUM Reaaiar 49c

RirUM) RENT

Brit

US

ft* vauarc ta»d A
1B40.

2.

several

In

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latter

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only onlv fv a rental Increase 19 just cause for Maintenance and repairs must be rarrled out by the landlord with the rent remaining at the rate as of iiir*l lural

a

vgusrz v«td

r^p^tn with major struc-

RUNtell.

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They said the commission head^o by Hon. Charles Stewart, might be able to present a final report next

29"

T,„

FOOD PRODUCTS A lb

m-

the

depinrfvl

AT FEBRUARY SALE PRICES

I

MARMALADE,

Pr«bytery i

LINOLEUMS

judgment reserved.

Charles WUllanu. secretary Mis* F.

completed avcmbilne Information on possible routes. offklaLs state.,

Per lb

ORANGE.

Maintrnanra

and

M^^-lonary (-,^n,nire

Columb^ CoofercDcc

BrlUah

[

ol

Children, at •

for Crippled

«>«‘<^Ung All

board

Aleundra Quern Alexandra

of

directors tlieectors

Unum

Uh Columbla-Y'ukon- Ala.vka Highway CommiMlon has practicall'.

Large

BLUE

Cut

Bulk. Ready

oil

in

highway to

OTTAWA COMMENT OTTAWA Feb, 20
^

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RECKITT'S

MAC'S

r>

CLEANSER

est esl

'a-lb.

Shelled,

27" 2,0.15"

Assorted Jams, 12-oz

J.

,

Nected president of

explorer. It would run from Chiraan throviah the lh» Prairie Pralrla Provincvv Prov-UiCv-'. cago. through

and down the Mackenzie VaUey He say* It would open up the N'

15" 27"

Pieces, 'a-tb.

ALMONDS,

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la's

13*^

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Columbia - Y'ukon - Alaska by acclamation, as follows; Honpointed out by Judge H H Highway Commission, repreaeiUing orary presvideni, Hon. E W. Ham- ghandley. chairman of the local Canada, has been reported here f lber, Ueutenant-Oovrmor; honorary committee, the majority of appllcafavoring a more easterly route, vial vloe-preaidents, Mrs. E W, Hamber. ^lon* refused were submitted l«r the Rifion Pass, entering Alavka at Mrs. W. C. Nlchol. Hon. John Hart, landlords on pleas that the houae Hon. Dr. O. M. Weir and Hon. C. returning insufllclenl interest atacier Creek. A third route has been suggested S. Leary: vice-president, F on the money invested, or that the honorary treasurer. ,pphcani wav confusing maintenby Vtlhjalmur Stefanssou. the Arctic Winslow:

and.

APRICOT JAM.

n,u.Mrmarv endeavor of lha Cl urch was received Ui 1 he repor's ^‘'*=of lheHomeMLssioi..vC-mmUteepf ,

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Black Pepper, ’a lb Clothes Pegs. 36‘$. ctn. Ivory Gloss Starch, pkt

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urtual ignoranca

of the, rchrtsuan heritage

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use of alroholic beverages •arllme. but heard with graises iflrallon the reports of widespread Mon yesterday were the reports of disaalWarUon with such waste .>f By Committee money and strength at a time wtwn the various eommiltees. Rev T Q o.i the report every r^ce Orifflihs gave of the count^ynerg^ appUcatlons for rent , "Christian BriucaUon.- .trong y rec- I^ight to be Pla^d lo best we In heard by the local Rental the que.Mlon of defence of Canada, Committee in ihe Court- ««nmending that house yesterday, alxty-seven were twelve granted, twelve adjourned and thirteen had the

Capuin ti now occupied with M P.P who la MP.P. .11. .a...,.- e« ««, .McMullen mr»A was duller E. W. mUlUry

International High-

United States, reems to favor % route from SealUe. through BrUbh The 'Pie BC. C. Columbia lo Hazelton. B ,

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WAFFLE AND 4

FETHERLITE

The Alaskan

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More Than 100 Applications,'" th- unitM church AI BMIT REPORTS Cq. HltrCdbeb ndliuicu Handled For “O' Increases submitted during the cloaing

^srmu-zs U.ZY MrWl

^

Ui view of tension in the Pacific.

15"

lb

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cance for United States, particularly

FILLETS,

25"

Flavor, lb.

OGILVIE PRODUCTS WHEATHEARTS. 5 lbs. 2r><*

BEANS

Nabob

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25'

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different There have been three dUferent highway. proposed for (or the highway routw DfOP»ed routes suggraled which lUDTOponenU its proponents have iuggwled lOgnlflmilitary signlflwould have great mlUUry

Ibi

CHEESE

SPITZ APPLES

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MILITARY IMPORTANTE

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was ImconaenL It to determine the effect on

iructed from the Canadian-Amerioin borde r to Alzsfca.

22"

lb

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Nabeina

the road proposal of the recent a.'.from Ottawa that a chain of airfields would be con-

25"

,nd

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SALMON,

12

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BUTTER

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SPROUTS

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NEWTOWN

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po.iclble

HORNE'S

SAil

Canada and

Alaska, by way of Kluane Lake The Alaska Highway has been under consideration here since IBM but Canadian authorities have never

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FRESH HERRING,

from White Horse

is

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decorations and berets are to be worn, and the siandard.
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The bill would authorize 125,000.000 on the 1.000-mUe roai. providing the Canadian Oovertimem gave consent for Its construction. It stipulates no route. Dimond sug-

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I’NFMPLOV.MENT RELIEF

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SPRING

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to the annual Sir. -Referring sUiuUcal report in Tlie Oolonist ot rebruaD' 14 on the woollen sent overseas to EXigland by Ute local dopot of the Rovwl Naval War Cotnforts Committee, the Admiralty. It is desired to make a correction. Th”| words “or those of equivalent Uiir* news and closenefs" ahould be sdd-xl "The* to the end pf tl>e sentence greatest need al prewent is for sesbool stocking* snd thKk Imliai. sweaters." Thr policy of the depot has alway; been to co-operate with the C?| ocean servicea on the Coast and s^nd over only thoee woolen article* for which there U an unending d«mand Cargo .^pace at thl* time U a premium henoe every case hrrt u packed sehUe besting this factor

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31 Those provinces and their munlclpalltle.s which. Kelowna 15 upwards of a decade, have put forward the;^™^^'’’” 30 argument that unemployment relief is slrlcUy » 33 a Federal mailer, now find themselves burdened cranbrook 8 with the enUre coat for the years lo come. The Calgary Dominion Oovemmenl has to relieve Itaelf of 21* 5w^*t^”r*nt 41» some responsibilities in order lo concentrate on R^^ms 34’ war effort. It will be found, too, tn the forth- Winnipeg Wednesdsv Wednesds^ coming Federal Budget, that there wUl be Incur18 Toronto slons on provincial sources of revenue. The out4 OUawa 15 come of all this will be. as the burdens of the amnt John 19 War grow heavier, that the Provinces will And Halifax * Below rero rert that they are handicapped at least as heavily. thurbday and perhaps even more so. than they would have been had they accepted the findings of the Msxlmtim Under that Report the Average Rowell-SIrois Report Mrnimum on the gTwas Minimum provinces would have been relieved of unem Weather. cV cVmdy Bunshlne IN'b 19, 9 hr$ 30 ployment relief. 5 M F.M. WTATHFR REPORTS The argument that unemployment relief isl victoru-iii VktorU -Barometer. 2198, TLnd. 8W, 5 had any j

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substance purely a Federal affair never On the contrary, th^ tnterpreUUoc of (he British North America Act makes It clear that That is why It tt U a matter for th® Provinces was iteceaaary for the Dominion to secura an amondraeni to the B N. A. Act before it could institute IU plan for unemployment insurance. which U now In procett of being formed. When

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West could have rescued lUmself Id deciding whether to bid or pass iocally-spun wool borderline hands experts suboon- from the dangerous situation ri rated the above, wing locally-spun blue sdously employ a measure whkh Is by Botilh's isXe-oui double by the ,hlte white color sod and s dark bine r iriririfl Tides I li/pg at rirfonVi Both for now belrtg put into the Culbertson simple expedient of bidding one no border round the bottom seabooi $torklng< $tocklng< the system as s fotmal rule U Is slmygr trump over U. antklpaUng a pm.^weaiem snd .«we*iem and seaboot «. th«( tfl-. knlttm,.lwuld knitting sivould be very close so When your hand is a plus slble lesve-io by North. When hs thin - a...'^T:un...d r,... gc. fst lhs wenib •! r»sru#r» 'one pair Carefully made is of fai value short of an opening bid and failed U> do *n. Fa^i hardly could it le Ute mine sweepers than you cannot decide whether or not to risk increasmg the crt. he 4« t * II M • S' S M 1 • 8 As It turned out. he was • IS 91 4 4 O' hsve reached a very high Mandard tlx or more hosior cards. It usually thought i 11 S S 17 II to4 N^h'v tesve-Ui of ihe takethi* being the report from the Lon- le wise to overlook the plus value right SS 1 1 11 M 1 4 .. 4t a 7 IS 9S 9 S Ii u nght here Indeed. Uio*e sis honor out double was tempting despite hia T don headquarters slmriage a IS m 9Si • B It because of his owa cards mav in ihemselve* be con- four hearts B as 1 *. 91 1 B ti u SS It 40 IS ss TV 9t 1 S 13 3S S»90 11 sl<}ered a plus value whkh can be nonvulnerablllty sgamsi West's vuN VO t 9 91 7>>I9 » f SIS $s 9 developed iheir own •»*«' pljuu Pi""* ol at- n added to the total honor trick count nerability. SI SS 14 14 l«3l X 1 13 ss 79 declined Army orders tor tack, !r^ 19 North's opening tewd nf Uie heart u 11 $9 S 11} IS 1 4 33 Id 9 Compare the followol the hand 1$ • 4 0 41 1 1 IS 11 7 •« M map-made sMsuiu in broad dsysee however, was far from shrewd ing holdings rs 1 M so 17 M 7 4 It )) '.jghl over flre-»wep'. terrain; worked 13 tt 14 II M t Blnce the declarer had contraced IS S4 S* aK833 VA':43 eAJ3 A42 1 «S III) 4A >9(1 II 14 1 a out Uteir own methods of sdisncefor only eeveti irirks. tt was exSS 1 L M SS 14 41 1 4 93 kS « standard of the work besides knii- 3 a u K 1091 • A85 A43 took every objecUro they ware ,S tremely unwiM to plan to “ruff him M • 1 IS SS IS U 1 0 ting .storking* and making eome of 09 1* u IS 1 ssgsinst. where such ground 9* Both these hands count prerUely down wlUi heart leads With s IS SS ss 11 M 3 the mllU. The secretarial work N 91 rasied on iheir own miitsuve Bat M 1 a 14 7 in M 1 S IS 4rt 1 two and one-half plus honor tricks quadruple sequence In trumps North M • i> 01 7 J M M 1 S I* » 9 19 hand No. I should not bs opened had everything to gain and nothing 41 7a.il •S 1 4.x X 3 93 1 1' 4> II asm 40 S 3» S) 1 e. whereas hsnd No 3 most reruinly to loss by attacking Uie tnxnp suit be able to report that recently at 4V 7 • n S014 70 7 l’3l 91 1 J« The differ- itself They could see th> Insane IV be passed }l M 9 SS se $s AMI 17 1 the request of Commander B L jinould not 9* le in 4 * 3 1 IS 97 1 sr IS course, lie* in Ihe relsitve 91 wniw of scr aiid Dummy ruffed heart the Johnson. D 8 O R C.N R the navel atswdsrS i»r lor th« Itodid 001 know the ground They esr a* atsMisr* esr-a* The praaeoce of six honor ted a diamond to declarers .e for tlM • u II soltdlty. TN u«m rtw rh.e— St .» Vancouver. A • »n charge i« e«(ini*S lf*« from «M1 It ft « etwittMl M»n4Uft *»« two iCfnSlsn against only the cashing of the heart king and wcr. inruneo inrUned to blamr oiame inetr lOelr own »Wh were aiWBi«ht i* mtasisbi , xamp> pair of Mellor mltu ww> cards tn hand No 3. as iiadors. unjustly s.* li Is now known Th* nisrv* for h«t*oi »*f*« m *iKin««iik four honor cards in hsnd No I the nifflrif of the other heart loaer 4 In the After that declarer stmply waited for difference the In be Whai man> have caned the all makes ^ j,,n parties and he reports that th* seen that the the defenders to lead spudes -..kiessiiUf eurin* i*« tveciwivv u«sj obscenity of war bit deeply into the By .4 world. Thu* It will be Red Croa* wgrkirvf parties i», in >k thst wrain* eerisdi a. a. / M t souls of Bven who had reriwed no rule of adding a plus value for six this means he made his three top y, lag ts* evpih or **»#» ss w* ttii oi cn* ^re Birntne to make 300 tmirs ' Ss*iui»#it ort«*-» •* *nr i.di. see is * ts*k however hard Olvenchv^ fol^ more honor cards I* an effective trump* Copies of the stsndsrd paitern of or (m <* th* h*i«bt sf htsh ••t«r •* ***** ^ ^ . method of valuing “Inlowing Feitubert. was only more of Obviously, on 'he proper opt''-u«er 12,^ he*dqusrter» the Mlssloni become of enormous importsrtce tn would have been rtd'jred to nil and, to fW*men, Umdon are being msUc t:iL_'r\/ V A the pisy of dose contracts In addition, declarer - klrig of hearte tn the city «o Ihst knitters engaged I would rwt have been es'.abiished lo on this work can now obtain a cleat TODAV8 IIANB short, a three irkk penalty. 80B drawirut glviru the suae in tnche* Bouth. dealer pointj Instead of a fulfllted !»ntrsct H9l 'From The Dally Colonist nf February 31, 1891 ^ sample susndard storking i* kept Bar’ Wcif vulnerable would have rtsuJiAd ahetract of the Public Acrounte Acrounts—The abstract Hslf-Yearly Acrounts-The Half-Yearly file at 90 King George TVrraew Match r«mt duplkaic TOMORIIOWH HAND of the Province for the half-year ending December 30 showa a where It can be .Men by appointtotal revenue The toUl sjRets of 1790482 89 balance of llabUltieft IlsbUlttes over ajnets NORTH 8outh. dealer smounieil to 9259.425 31 the nunof the Province Provlnre for the half year amounted <-»« K«h«i» «i.fr a IOWI79 ^ Neither side vulnerable 9” of expenditure for the half year having been 1493431 ftS mgry nf foria depot « A8II • NORTH Ma^r. Ret • 74 A J94 the Agricultural HaU at ball given in Ihe The Saankh Bali— Bali- The bell Dominion OrganislDg Becretary A J3 F Saankh 00 Thuraday night was a pronounced succeu The main The Incorporated Soldiers. Balljfirtiy of Saankh'a jority Saankha sons and daughters were present. 113 coupie* In EAST WIST • J89 The Lmvdon Harvklting Vtctorians ora and Airmen's Help Bocleiy twenty-five visiting all. with about twenty-flve all A 93 A a Froresaar Reynaud. supplied dtreccton of Frofesaor mony Band, under the dwtlon London England U U K94 WBTT RANT peals miuk snd. at tmervals. sleigh bells were used, the merry peal* the murk George Terrace Vktona • 99913 A A9I3 • A Jl A T musk A sumptuous supper, prepared ellerl of the th* muMr adding to the eflert February Ig. IMl A Q9I7I4 u Ji9g A 18SJ w 991493 by the :adiM of Baankh. ass served al midnight ai$d the dance e e 1893 It ti expected that about 9300 *ms cleared, was resumed until I.N ROtXAND A 19 A 914 whkh win be iwed for the benefit of the Beanich AgrkulUiral A A4

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Kwtv Ceesvel i* Vtctofu. but SMC KtaeKsHt Cost Cmmpsmv «bcrc Mrs st unbutMg Cesl Covn-

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" decided somewhat terd* Command decided, urd_ They do not a parlUan Government Feitubert t.slleiii halleni wav Christ thia world to weep over, and •*>• Chn»t saw *aw much In U> this anything of that character without suluoie place' place for an sUa.-k. not a sulubte m>t stu.k. twthlng In It it to look ^ pray over but He saw nothing to iw Its wcuracr accuracy much te Inaulrles aa u> abilllv to make inquirie.a the ^illly Finn Canadian Dlvkion Division was and U»e First contempt,-B. E. H Chapin. upon with contempt. The newspapers of this Mr. Hanson U right. _ ~ withdrawn All Uuer brigades tiad ailhdrawn tiaa country will get the newA xnd H will not he vuflered punkhUig vuHered losses, some batpumsliUig loenes. CQtheT The Weather 'canned* news." rasuslUee, tation* reportmg 350 rasualUe*. reportuii nearly half of iheU iheu remainreoiainI*, iiesrly The main point made by Mr Han.aon is a matter Meteorological Ofllre, omre, Victoria. victoria. BC. at 7 00 pm. that Is. eftecUve strength. The Government, he said. Thursday. February 30. 1941. mg effective of coftYtnon record SYNOPSIS OF WEArilER CONDmONS "did nothing al the start of Ihe War lo ensure Frstubert OtchMd wiciiMu The weaOkr ha$ been cloudy over mo*i of British rapid and effective mobUlzallno of the nation except (sir in U>e Northwestern portion. i*uglu the Fust Canadian Div^n It embarked upon a policy of moderate, and not icolumbw. Southwestern one leeson U»*t it never forgot That Temperature* hsve Tempeiwtufe* have been high in the Boulhwn _ co-operatlnn. ^.^w_ , 1,,. w, wia....... - 4^ Th« measure of nf this ihi« The maximum yj^ Frovince, but low m the Northeastern country's contribution ws* governed by political remperwfure». remain moderately low mer expedlenry " On the basis of this, the Conarrva- Fraine Piovlnce* a clear superiority of artillery and precipitation and TEMPERATURES live leader urge* the Prime Minister lo renounce machli>e-gun fire Later on. whet FrecipiteUon fur twelve hour* to 5.00 pm tempers- jh, Csnadisn Corps was srtiug as parUsansIilp and to strengthen and reorganise hourv twentv-four -lour noui-4 Canadisn* used thst C«r>*disn* that ^ , It is to be hoped that Mr the Onveniment Preciptutvon Min Max. Precipitation Mwx. luiowledgr iu»owledgr lo to great effect They Hanson meant something more than a mere re-

half of

which name*,

to alter

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tteld on On May 34 and t>eld Battalions charged the 3rd and 4th Batuvllons Rue comoined aieauH avault on the Rue] * combined tn a

land* In Vain upon our ouf stricken lands The flyUig hordes rabi rain death and fear nghilf^ for all .^*.1’°'*!

the

municipal committee,

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Orchard, men pouring through two Orchard And ,uiaU gaps small gap* tn in a hedge, only to find uncut wire and machine-gun nests *ide They waited for on the other side

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able to ssiiume that

while you played she love* me. she A captain loves me not?” the mess at an into stalked Island military training camp and A complaints?" barked. “Any youth immediately replied. “Yes. sir The captain bellowed. "Well, what 15 It?" The young sokUer aruwered that It wa* the food “Where do you think you are?" "You should the officer snorted go snd esi In s logging camp,” he

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lifts us head unpanoua .lux.

the oak Uvst bow* before furious raging of the bls*t,

considerable

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Alderiton's Force. In the fortyIn Alderiion's lOUt, 5Ui. eight hours j,ourt to follow the lOih. 6 Ui. 7th. 3rd. 4th. details of the B(h and Brigvle part of thi- new Cavalry Briga
disdain U.e pillared rock Deep rooted in mid oceans bed.



here, Mona “Look dltion did chirped. *‘Wsa it moths, or somebody pluck out the halra

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the ruin of lu halls

all

rotnijwoies ol the bsiiallo...

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10th Canadian BattsUon co-operIT'^mu ran ated in the Mine assault, and mwrbi.te-gun tire lire into mto murderous machine-gun was renewed remrwvd ^ On May 21. the a.-JsiuU Uiunderoiorm by Lh« Lhs Highland in a tliunder«iorm Divisjon. Dhi-ion and the Canadian Division. Dhiaon

Bsloved London snrient walls. Battered by hail of steel and fire, Loos down with proud and scornful

On

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lour

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isu.

complete

Uie street Not long tgo Mona acquired s joke flowing false beard to play on her young nieces. BloMom borrowed Ihe face moss tn order to impersonate a bearded lady and charitable afal a fortunes tell dlsoppeared 11 fair, and later Eventiially Blwsom returned the beard In a rather bedraggled eon-

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to be.

31 per cent plsimed expenditures in 1941.1

unprmeroenis:

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find a

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rn It. pu'bnclty. or,

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down

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exchange the long run. win not be redeemable

"tt'h. In

Germany

Mr Himiion la on the soundest ground In pointing to the extravagance o( the Government more correcUy, lU propaganda expcudlturss He smys thcrewre now i« employee. for publicity work, with salaries aggregating 9194,000 a year, and he notes that the Bureau of Public Information alone had cost 9203.000 up There Is no mystery, to to November SO. 1940. the newspapers at least, as to what all Uiese publicity officials are doing. For one UUng. in newspaper nfllces. they are swelling the contents How much of the props of wastepaper ba.tkets gaud, cm.na.lng Irom Uicm la given vent b, Uic Oovernment-controned radio is not aacerulnablf. proportion to the output of but It Is trivial the propaganda mill. The fact is that perhaps 90 per cent of the publicity work of the Federal Government goes to waste, except to the extent that It is done by advertising. It can be said for new.sDApers that they do not exist to run what are often grossly exaggerated statemejits on be-

now. medium

DOlULsa

The City OouncU parks committee, which just loves to cut trees, is planning to remove shniba on Hollywood Crescent in order that plane trees msy be

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Lsveir psi'sl sks4«t

“THE WAREHOUSE” smexT

Tfir. FARAne 8 RF.“THrFAItADE to 8EF. TO « .» «. rom •*” ^ casuslty back Digland only s few dsy.v ago. Do yob know of some person who wornd be kmd enough wiUi a car to take parade on Saturdown to the whatever planted, or interred, or u is they do to them flince the day. as I am not able to get around present I am s rerreacent probably derived Us name ''«ry well at the last war. from the holly tree*. It U rea.vm- lumed ivoldler from

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93 per cent made espanhiiures during 1940 on plant es-

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Broad Street boy who belongs one of U>c Home Guards regiha* a burning ambition to join the Air Force apd become a ||jt; question beThe youth pilot ^ come* dissy every Ume he mounts «u«pi ladder or elevates his carcass a above street level. 60 it looks a* ms ««t** u ha wlU have « **'^ *«

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replying were working on war ordp„. about one-lhlrd were workabout 10 per cent

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German

t v*.flr iififMOOOO or »H e I occupied countries, they had -rn-umn to that represented by the th. 1st Irish, of Guard, and the Her Guards printed great quantities of new money "to pay extent WUl was Brigade^ It mss «h Guards Brigade. le 4th ^or the goods Uken.’* Mr. Towers describes Ihls of the Canadian National Railways. The Governin broad daylight across lade -.w-iimsde pltt«l with waterwsterment-owned railway company is expected, by P isrshy fields: pitted imrvwv r»n th* anhwt rmnuistinns thi. "‘»”hy sltallow gged vheU hok# and broad aliallow eamlngs or by economies, to provide this money. f k » helping P* muchinimtehev. itchev, under gruelling muchlniThe actual amount Uiat the Government Is sacrldisrupt the economy and«destroy the unity of gy„ ft,* ^ ra,»ge cJoaing to 250 Aclng In Its esUmates for 1941-1942. as compared the conquered pwple yards The Csnsdlans advanced in with those for 1940-1941, Is a lltUe over S3.000.000. German taxaUon has not brought in the sums four waves at fifty yard interval*. t. w ij w k* cannnnnnn if .pirn rrom h,. m.n n,. ».« b,,n h«*y borK* It Tlie advance made rowing St 4 and 4 , per cent, borrowing in which companion, .K^ .. .1lonotthe , th War One nna sa^lMr Kovlna Mr Hanson war thednra •"<> then beged down, compulw.rn;, For the »• ^e .ays coidd be elTKled “P”” «™und that being Germany', monetary policy Is Inflictcensus this year, a protaking of the decennial ^ dhrd with water one to two leer 4 * 4 .. .ea, .Ka. conquered coun‘h' i «'«t Injury on the 'The eacee. cerdlng

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U an fe»tu»^ of Uie qj the replies received to a ^t^nnrlrf eeni lo aU member* association In December, highlights of this analyUj, foUowtng Over half the

two-lhlrds increased emf^oyment In Was his clothes as , 94© joUow them an average of 50 per cent; wet a* you would say It was If It majorlly reported skilkd labor' hadn't been raining^” We don i ng very scarce, bul no *eriou.v dlfblame Ihe witness for just staring ficulty In securing ordinary help:

few days later the 1st of the Division id 2nd Brigade* ol iilowed. All three brigades were followed. Msy action in the attacks. On May %cUon '•18. Uie n.ig_ tn, 3rd jrd Brigade was mustered forward asIndian VUiage. VUlage. a loneanl mbly point, under orders to take attack made was The he Orchard. The Csnadian Bs;8 lh Canadian Mth and Iisih by the 14th Grentalloru. klloru. alongside of the 3nd Oren-

Han^ m In n» his conpoint nl rs^d raised by Mr Hanson Another po ,„dicaUo„ of how Germany An.nces both thati trlbuUon to the Debate on the Address is that Mr^ agression was the Government Itself, in lU civilian eaUmates. Orah^ F. Towers. Governor of the Bank oC IS making but a poor sacrlAce, whUe calling upon Canada In a memorandum he pre«n ed on he the people as a whole to aaertflee lo the utmet

At yourirocer’s— 18 or IM to the package-aUo Tender Leaf in 7- and 13-oa. packagee.

the

engaged

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happens. One such occurrence involved one who was seeking to weed the truth from a not-loo-lnwUness. The lawyers telllgetit can exact words follow. If you

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the actlvUles of

directing

various

occurrence for

come so confused that he U unable to continue a coherent line ol p,ti*r while peppering quesUons sometimes It at a witness— but

UrTwaM^oTypr^. drawal awsi from Ypres,

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Minister of Munitions and fiupply »'• ^h. imporum omcisu department, including the memot the Wartime Industries Con-

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witnesses to become “muddled up while giving tesUnmony. often aa a r^uu of nervousneas or crossejmminaUon by an attorney, durIs mg the course of a trial. rare, however, for a lawyer to be-

wiUidays after the withscarcely ion Scarcely ten* day* Uie 3rd CanaInfantry Brigade was ordered dian an InfanLry

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from a partisan Government

pagee

with photographs Ulusbase production of tl»e metals, shells, fuses, guns, aircraft,

traung

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The great majority of the appolntroe normally be fed to a broadcast transmitter, made to the score and one ccmmisslona and recent demonstration, because of Highland thengUland Division, minglmg iheP bureaux created to forward war effort have gone (jovernment restrictions on wirelssa transmis- desd ad on the same field. Because the to Liberals. The thread of parly patronage runs unportant bearing on tion had an Important taken by land line to the re- action through the warp and woof of all this country is e development of the First Canareception screen, which mtts- vhe it cannot be avoided an Division. Division, U dolng. and nowhere U that better known than j « In. by 2 ft., the pictures corresponding
Many

AMocuiiion,

fecUtrerV are fiUed i 1

Ihe Ubservatioo lar

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tracts.

YOUNG tea leaves

new tea ball that

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a (Miuie part i»rt of s tre a tragic failure, sttempt 00 oo'uie Uie pan of dlsasuou* sastrous attempt renew open warfare Alika lo to renew the e Alike oondiuoa* that had under ider trench oondlUon* it U

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siege, siege.

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Division:

m

men

slate of become come a state

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picture

vivid

Canada

Pkteg* the line, to Ploegtroubled tour in iDe lessons had been fully steert, these k*aoiu was like -plugalreef* -plugstreef* absorbed

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Xks^deT^

lum operai

senslUve to a wide color range.

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becoming enriched

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Divi31 the Dmon June 38 moved from Oivenchy after a Sion nwved

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another

strong point after strong ihe poim. int. They gave their name to the ti*e Canaorchard, chard, which remauu U*e mUitary history to in mUltary *n Orchard In outt

for the star for

milestone oiuesione

Choice

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all

Feitubert erwi. Fesluberl fatal errwi,

Qerroans which they drove the German*

in

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ward* yielded wards

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The Division lost more ^4 attack*. In s in a aeries aerie* of attacks.

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explained aa foUowa by a apecial correlAI apondent of The Timet. London: “TranamUaiOfl la baaed on Mr. Baird's original Friday. Pebraa Pebraary ry 11. tt. apoUlght ayatem; but since lU Aral demonatratlon eighteen months ago there have been big GOVERNMENTAL PARTISANSHIP unprovemenU. introducing a MO-llne canning ~ with a complete picture frequency of 25 a second. Mr. R B. Haiiaon. the ConaervaUve «der In therefore, been almoat eliminated. the House ol Commons, voices the oplni^ of al definition u exceedingly good. A cathode people in ray tube provides the only source of light, which in urging Mr Mackenzie King and his intercepted by a revolving diak. Alted with war to give up all partisanship In connection and red Alters. After passing through effort. It haa been a notorious fact that the light, alternating between blue^ system of patronage haa persUted. the more projected through a lens on eapeciaUy perhaps since Mr King and hU party transmitted. The acene la thus March In were given a mandate by the electorate ^ of last year. There U the three Urge photo - electric celU Ysarly

Monthly

of Parliament

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, m, . the battle honor* of the First FWe*“-

On

TELEVISION IN NATl'RAL COLOR

11100

Uontnly .....

Much

vuh

Canadian Divtdoo the

BuJMcrtpUoo Raua by Olty Carrlv: Yearly

Puhlicntion Gives

thoulder fought ahoulder to shoulder Canadiaat Guard*. The Canadiaru tha Guards ahock troops troop* ol had already become shock alurpoeiUor they never afterthe line, » tP* a PosiUOT

had

8ANOHAM ORAV18

ay

Jl, I'Ml

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ine Mir.^ thing tninx MH'.e tha shaken Bui even there, the badly ahaken They pride of the men held up. Prtde ti'ie :i.e

experiencing new incui&icuu on Uieir authoiuy, aa the Dominion Oovemment. under the War Meaaurea Act. wU| And It neceaeary to aecure more and more revenue. Thla wlU mean that Codpaajr there wUl be an Increaxtngly Imperative demand from the people for provincial economlei. lnvotv> Ing meaaures that ahould have found their Inceptlon In September, 1939.

The Daily Colonist •

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Scow Capstssd - Yesterday white the tleamer Alert was towing a large vo* laden with lumber from Howe Bound. Joe A Heathorn ihe seow eapaiaed throwing the lumber aftoat Although the Alert managed te get cnoat of the lumber Into the harbor a portion li IS thought that 9800 will cover the kas of tt was kM

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old HoUander* “wtll be made to unttersund neocselly for order Bferipltne solidarity and publk spirit as foundations of s tiro^ people iha Nasi governor* are tnsMUiif en com -

pulsory labor srrvic*.

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NATIONAL MOTOR

MAGIC?

KcicL >U‘iiiln*r for Nr\* W »“.lniiii-lrr, llrar» ^ ork OiHM‘ on
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by U.S.

Purchased Necessary to Put Captured Steamer in f^ovcr 'Rrpttir-

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CO., LTD.

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819 YATES STREET

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.alitr Ihai <•••

dlan Government regulation*. aA Prt). 20 IC^»—C«t ot aociety, for ciutIwI out by the C*n*diau ft-ell a* any commercial their Government to the captuted 0«r- claaalficalion. to open up for inspection of niMn Ireighier Weser wa» |l08>4d. 'Addle *nd Hlliorn machinery. dtarloetd today in • t«bled 'engine*, and all other It refngerallng machinery, rei^y tn ttie Elouae o( Common* to ln*:ludlng to; cetera, ei gear. • queatlon by Tom Rtld 'Lib,, New tanka, ateenng a.
OTTAWA,

LrocoU Zapkrr and Lwco<« Cart

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un damage to physical condition of the veasel. Uie Weaer. captured by a Canadian TKNDKBS < AI.I-t.D

Mr

WHOLESOME

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DELICIOUS

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"For this worif and for such renewala and repair* a* were apparent at the time, lender* were

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The hull wa« not damaged, but waa very badly coveied «ith It marine growth ol liord aub*tanre» The engine- and marmiiery, when •*»'* opened up. dlwkvwd defecla to

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extent of about 7S per cent; consequently. repair* were nece^aary RepaSri? were carried nut by Yai row* Umited, VUtona. aftet a *ur vey br WlUiam Addle. df-.rUvfir»t-claa- engineer wllh Brlti-*ft Board n! Trade certificate* and »ith

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LAGER

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DELIVER

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that *ln view of

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It

COMING

This advertivcmcnl is Columbia Control Hoard or by the CovcTnmcnt of British

RIBH,- ARTIST

LONDON

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SAN FRANCISCO. Feb » ifP) C O longshoremen to-

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Her cargo

Bean> aboard BrttUh Columbia and ovtrl^t^d dt charge comprlve* l,.YfiO tot» for

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VANCOU\'ER Feb

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U* licence from tire Aeronautic* Board of the Civil United state* Mr Hungerford *ald and It wa* felt the aircraft and crew now flying between Vancouver and Seattle eotilrt be more advtn'nye. employed in a third tran*Oil-'-, continental auguratlng

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Japan

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Hiingerford nrued a United already opera: line air

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Have

Authorities

Postoffice

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Ronnmv

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WE COVER THE ISLAND

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afternoon in Baml* Mortuary. L‘-d Rev Canon Cliadwick conducted Hr •eiv:-e a* Tlie folloaing acted

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Mary Kent I

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Fiahing Rod*. A Golf Club Bag. A Pair of Brata Candleaticka.

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attended the funera’ of Mf» Jrtnln ftfumoor Rodm held •• •

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Small Writing Deak.

The funeral *ni be on n Kavlr. Hayward* BC F

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of Gl*»*. Silver. Bra**. Jewelry. Co*!um« Uaeful Article*. Including a Knitting

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Very Fine Stock

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proceedChapel at • 45 8t Andre* ~ Cathedrai, to Mp« rill be *un* made in th* Intermer.i wUI family pkx In Rcm Bar Cenwierv Prajff* wiii be offered In Hayward*. • pel thla evenirtg *i I n clock

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WiUlam Art^-ir Dooley. D^intor. He aged fifty-fcejr ye*r: H'»*• bom tn Vlrtorla and had lived For :*eni;-flve her* aU hi* life “ \ear» he hart been In =he B C. Co: He * »ufvlved bjr hU -•riM*

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FOR SALE:

b,j cm,anangr

of

Jewelry and

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interment

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Aixording u> :*.« Canadlm Pncul I'orpa Headquarter* Tn Great Brit-

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HETHERINOTON Mr* Henri Gorge Hoad., Hoad, :j Hetherlng'mi. 31 •^^-d yesterday at the Royal Jubilee HoapitaJ Bom In Bvgland. she had Japan pur, :.f.aed 2«4 202 ,h^n Wtorl* for thirty been a of Vlctorl* , reoldeni nf grafiei nf gasoline in ai ;ari The remain* are resting *i COntSLner* u-,.yi. Mortuary, |t- Band* Ur.rliian where whftFft fimseftl funeral be held on 8*iurd*yl| 8*iurd*y --rvicft —rvlce T'Ul b^ 1 ARf.F ri'Kf IIA''F.A Inter ‘afternoon at 3 20 o'cW-k. _ ^ ^ Nov.,.,ber. ine month Colwood Burial ^

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ROAS’I'fcR-

Ask your grtKcr fur this "wake-up" blend that bucks vou up at breakfast-— and every time you drink it. Kept superbly ROASTFRFRFSif in pound and halfpound modern vacuum tin*.

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durliiXi There

ttrum-ln the cubing month* of 1840 showed * 2VI per cent u.-ri-e over

to.

(ft

Fftlfarg

first

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Vancouver and Reuttie and the two cltlea will contin-.' to regular mall and pa enter

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v..«Hd be .... ,»der«ble I'* rr-eni monu- the gre,.A.F portion the coiintry * x i*ollne export trade wo* in metal dnime of ahlrh Japan look * conaiderable portion

ti*

»uch a*

^iniory

t«~.a

.aa

nionMu

fish.

rei.siling

\SU SUM’S

M\ll.

Japan include

turn cargoes to

no

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equipment and

.

your

morning

hase ft Sanborn ( offee and sec if it doesn’t change you from a sleepyhead to a get-up-and-goer.** That * the lest of good criffee!

PATTFRSO.N - Funeral service Patt.nm., M'alter for WalUT PatterMi.i! held tor

Fin.r.I Cha^l. conductcd the

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*uch ‘Ttrinl Retool*.

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for

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Co'" and A E Coin.

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la li-

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announcement wa> ‘•temen- U.-.

war

to

material

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the Unltad '.Isor a. far

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replace an.—.. been engaged -

Aupplying

Japan j j

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ROASTER-FRESH

with this

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of

with ih. Lord Interment wo* made l-

Burr.l Pork,

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lovrr

Jearr.

w'Te *ung.

‘ Con- ' BRIXIIAM BlkUnd «E• ^ mpply -f P meUl. fronted with price* in some cases Oft-wCllr,Oft-^llnind on drums weigh mr.nihxi lime, higher than th»n *lx * * mr.nthxi pf.;.;..'. and their .-on f'v»d --^gnmit - about flf nff.% »hi* Drenn town' Dinert *f wr-.:- ....= s a i^-ri.-)d i^-rk.-M o' —pealed for fixed price* fnrib.ned lee h-

ac~---mpt»nied by the

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make

will

Purr.r.1

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to

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man

in

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repair''

grn-r*l

include

will

March

until

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igu] at rest In Royal Oak Burial Park. Hayward’* BC. Funeral Com|wny a as in cJiarge.

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mana^^d to beat the law oceasiorully, a
• Two burglar* had broken If Japane.ve pu.ch ltd* pu. chases of gasolin* viL,ioKiA-eoRi *ao»L*»-a* uw»c'nvoftf remlluitg money to n-ir »nn Oil UUc-- oliop and were .'orUng rr-Fs — •t • Id • -f emL-r. 194 »t e,.. ' ?-^re» fv... eofi Ant».»i •! t lyf.ft _ k>i/>iild t>ft sure thAt fhe Br.: look at it'-ne m-rked »50 have recf..-: MAY- ftALi sewna ibi.ani>- of Ui- ,.eur she n--’’Wh) to which these rrmifanc a»»»u B»f «•..» 3.790302 drun MA ,T r*.A ftjii price of that one" he said of " apprnauni.r utfo-* 0"W • ru'ioi* U•^ u'f rMilOl* U't g. ... . ITir. out ore rorreeny and ilU dowmighi robbery'’ . -• • s. Ns Cl e*r« Vii Weight of g0 75-A T.4 ad • e « MP MuJfvrk KC -*4 'lu*-*«SfU a») Hmi William P l«r lU;^:; IFS'« V- --a '-*-*’*

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other h*nrl It 1* reasonable to a certain claia of *hiii-

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C Fleming, Cslaary. hoA bvumc-- to be paught at .wMdcl Ih. Dtalln,u^ra „ .ny m.. .h«h.r tn«.

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‘PHYLLOSAN' tf.

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and hull denning and painting arsTRai lA Ki N from Melbourne Ad'.. V en K“*he L.ne NiiU»?n

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Na’imuLl Rallwa;- *aid in a -.aiewill dL-on* 'ment today that tinue In April IIn v*nr
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blood, elrengthen your BFrert and rebuild your phywral and vilal forre*.

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the first cup that counts AAake the ”Wake-up” test

It’s

CELLB-Rl. Rev. Monslgnor A O of the stories weir QjiUcr VO a*ng the Requiem M«Uo »ome could not be *uo- for Victor Celle in St Andrew = Ar the same tune there cathedral yesterday morning. Tlie some mlsuJider- following were Ih# pallbearer* M undoubtedly »tanuing about what 1* lupposed t« Celle. Lout* Celle, Peier Celle and e prohibited from export, while on Leslie EniwuUe Tlie remain* wen*

wU1 take over the] •l» .rr.„.di.„ S*. Princev Adelaitle run betwec.» " y-ar.- la'w wru .om nw and t Vancouver, Ocean Fall* and Pnnee, •'ml .loncd In th. Knrwl Air EW.-. Rupert on Wednesday next. a-\cnH. look a nyln. Oral rorirw ,

L/AllL ilU\f lUL

In April

ab^'

at rest

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Vancouver-Seattle Link of T.C.A. to Cease Operation

a* many doctart rerommrnd — hdp your body re eneriue tbrou«h the aimple u*e ol ilteir Pirru.oa*N tabim.

‘God

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'partly true,

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bn-n

announced today

Some

time ago.

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With

.Officer J

M

wfts

by Bundles f-w BrlUln. Ine.

.

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regani alertnrwi and tramlna, to wtn hack youthful i-wd apuit* and youf iyttrcB Bju*t ba eonfideoc*

*•«.. l»C.

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pta'engers for Vanccni-j third cii, thirty-two No i.iL--.n W«. .rr. ami three first, rl?.--' 'l.word, out « B Lrt and fiftv-:me third

r-Jl

To

Akonwrer

ftrei

hftbllliatlon.

k! Jolin. The remom* were laid in the family plot In Boa*

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Unllcd

R M

the -^ 10*.

H.

snolboli.



the

for

metal and

of

which went Into

h.w

the time

pleled overhaul,

•nytluag?

IF vitaliied.

saUtng -

TllO

iCP*

London hos-

m

TsUnd^nJ

Coast

*iorie» in the

ship*

about

20

fr\>

of nlf«a">een

jj,

‘itrar(i4*(l

LONDON.

.

and

tour::;:

many new*

prr

Orient wllh fsr_-



many of wlUcli have suffered dsinsge. and orgomsalion of

U>e a national campaign reState* to ralM funds for their

I

ijau^i

or containers

In the past lew month* there has

been

I

lonphore agn-emeni wage review «t UU*

you

Too

«J

at

the ?-ieam*hlp company. The Hikawa Maru h*- -cn

ceM LoulM. which

gncovfVT or » vMio kmowh nmiOAii, oa laf**!. oini tmc aniwin

Do

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fur

,,r

mj -jHM-

Man.

Hiktwa Yu.-km Hatvh* M* Head will arrive at William

granted in accordance with provisions of the requiring a tune.

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oMock on Monda- morning, arcoro ts !«••» *«'“t ing to Harry Doug

wage increaae* amounted to time 5 cent* an hour for »trwlght and 10 cent* lor overtime, and were Tlie

?

Nippon

port*, the

Due from Jiipan

for

overtime, de.vplle the openly exprewed dlsaalisfacUon of Uie Water irnnt Employer*' A.vwx’lation wlUi Uie efll'')ency of the union men,

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for

Mcimoeh rendered

Metal

iR

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pital*

bomb

Bay Cemetery

Man

CaliiaryV If 4f Y ft I '

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day wa* boosted to *! an hour --raight time and »l M an hour

WHY DO

Drums



Hikawa Maru Due at Wil- ^rihaTlhe^^dr!^^^ ^l.rn. *0 ax to minimise liam Head Quarantine jof delayStation Next Monday

>OUttl

E. E,

With Me" was sung, and Mr5

Ex-

RcgulatiOnS

(ended CoveF Gas

ho*

Department

office

Canon C.non

Rev. R.r.

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EmbarQO

to the soldirr* abroad through pre« compftiilea or bank*, the Post*

.

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liaiS4*(t IH

home

died recently at his He Surrey.

apliere.

:

.e**,

:re

LONDON HOSPITALS NEW YORK adoption

prfwence o. afternoon In the presence •ft^rnoon Ablds Abide hvinn Tlie hvmii friend.*. many friend^.

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JAPAN POHTS

(tf Ijon if shoremen

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CLAITON CLACTON I

ON pypiis

ON1 I^AI Ull I U Ull I-.AI FXPORTS U

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hymn "What a Friend We Have In Jesus" was sun* by Uie cotigregftUon. and the jolo, Be*uUful Isle of Borocahere.’ wo# V V, MarKenile Mnwe« by rendered ' Vancouver A profusion of beautiful the service, aJid the

.

Ohitnary Ohltuary w

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I in T|P||Tr|T III|UIU|V|1J

G remitted

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Prof

CP»

rebel" arUet and Brown, once a laier an accepted leader In hi*

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anrpcwtnmce

FliOM

RAISING FUNDS FOR

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not published or displayed by the Liquor

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AOF

PCK

last November. dent** ship* had accommodation for PreMdent Jackson 300 passetigeni and had * speed of PreMdent Grant, weiw bought -venteen knots.

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no.r .1 rtrwfi oversea* or Held

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at

attle

the

other veasel*.

the

8*n FrancUco

to

8e-

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Drydockvwhlle the fifth, the wo* told to Fresldent Madison, being later hiicresU. Philippine The •'Presiby the army last year and shifted wrecked in Uie Orient

Of

ujiued.

Sutes Army

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Wfver waTSared under the CanaWe«*r dian Government Merchant Marine

Cana-

xhoulrt be claa.-ed with

It

American Mall Line ihipa calling by the United Stale* Navy and are 'now being reb*"*' *i the Todd Sehere before the service wo* ducon-

,

In aervlce

SealOc-Vlciorla-Orleni

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5 iSHS'-Ss C-H-’-r

5r.

long time «bnolutelT nrce»*»ry for’ a

water*

of

A RF.OULAR caller at the port Victoria when »he operated

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and

Llmi^r^hi'''lihip^lJeh^“

CNS.

with

Tlio

boaiy-.

a

in

Linn and MacKenxi*

m

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•*rvice wUh more than tweni; a* U the common pr«Canadian National Steam*:. V’. and ucable and. the w(.r* tier under such conditions, Capt H. 8 HlUoo, who aLv) had more than twenty year*' experience

auix^otT.«.

A.

Tlie remains were laid •‘I Rom B-tj Uie family plot rest service at th* Cemetery. The conducted by SLster graveside w* J J Pilgrim.

Muwer.

w

necessary,

absolutely

..ew-

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Vivian

A, I

-jve endeavored lo aecure pricaa on aj this work would liave meant that lijed. each individual Item disclosed have a new call for u nder* would been required, which wa* not prac-

.

aurroimded the casket. of Court Triumph.

attended

IL followbig were the iiallbearers WlUiam lAurln»n. Haver, R Bent

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the succewiful tenderer* being Me^«rs. Yarrow*. Limited, Victoria. —*re given the *hV^‘ork work -*re "A* Uie opei^g up of Uie va

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auxiliary

APPETIZING

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Held'* inquiry

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PHONE

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ANY PLACE ON VANCOUVER ISLAND •

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art-

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*2 650:

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in

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Mkm

Metropolitan Building, Opposite Postoffice E MPIRE 7722

fnieral

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al-^-

BEERS

night

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Cm siSen 1 1 7R Frtr Horn#

DtiKtrY

Patients were

others were and otners ano

jjjjjj

South

Afrlc

bomber.- •'?=-rkcd Ifc bomber. February It ••On On PVbruary the fort. bomomg ilie b>mi>ing Yavello. dive anmlrilairalive camp barracks and anmlnbiralive

"Many heavv boifibs and dunes were dropped and direct target

obtained

h‘-

on

incen-

many four

all

Bvwny pom-pom and me*

ftre

wUh

mei

-

shrUers near Moyale were bombed.”

luit

fowr c»n*enience

1

iosr«

ftre

Hon

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r

38.

to

police

yesterday

r. rr

FEBRUARY SALE NOW ON

j

FRANK*S FURNITURE MO teres tr

Jitrr

member*

HEADQUARTERS FOR HOUSE FURNISHING VALUES

aaid he

up

equipment

February Furniture Sale

i

tJeUverlael

lARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Eaiy Termt— No Inierett Ckatgn

MOVEg air

nghung

units

Champion's, Ltd 717

Samoa were regarded

in

Humboldt

on

Youbou and Malahat Sawdust

Northern Malayan Peninsula

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for

purpose remsini unthe Minuier

Uie st

made toward

J; E. J/ E* PAINTE PAINTER an cobmobawt st



British



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c,-nr*r’.

,J? chS^J vamra.

by' cultural

bj

t KEEP YOUR BflAilC MONEY ^ IN A M CANADA!

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%niw^ ^ t#» Ain»H TO rwrutTaisiTV I N( LRTAi.’rrT ' ‘ KRTAI.NTY As uncertainty over Japanese In UDUons kept Far Eaateni tension high, AmbaMador KUhlaabuio No-

M^'eri^

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VICTORIA PUBLIC

conHe acknowledged at a press cor.ference yesterday he found the ’'atmosphere" In the United Statee worse than he had expected, and worae leclined U> aay whether he had brought any concrete pcoposaU for improvmg relatkms The United fiutee Government. -r.hile apparently welcoming any Japanese move toward more fa>"' trfafment Of American iptermade u Far Cast, East, nas has mao# ll ^i* in the rwr ,1* clear that far greater problems now exUt in American-Japanev* rela-

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Products at tho

tunity aroa«*. luinvy



.

Buy Local Grown

back definite proposals for Improving Japanese relations with the United Stafaa until a more favorable oppor-

Re^urc^.

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*

Thailand »8Um' and French Indo-

-



also

China. | I

tMi

L LD

If

,

the rich Netherlands reiiiforcemeiiU

o

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northern part

.wim

/!.„

air

.

& SONS riinwg

,*

East Indies

*1,500.000

ild.

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a

that

Street

FORT STREET

some

atmiwaien defences at the

|

'toward

flghUng

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navy

PARAI.1.EI.

.

!

and

Reinforcement of

.

Ih’lpin^

1130 OOllOLAS STREET •

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Beal E-iate Board of Vlctoru’ luiwhcon meeting loday at 12.J51

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Fascists to Malic Escape

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to the BiitljJ). Bmiali.

u,

door window sto> ^ power after the nest ele'’»««n.” oald Minister to the Hr::; ' smpbell. Br;:; g#.nator Oeorge Burpee Jonc*. Apo- Campbell, ^ pottery -rase eaJued at *12 50 woman Injured— Woman tnlured— Mr> Olive Web», - Id here bxlay « that yester- Untied *t haqui. .1 -NB. « in an mtemew ... wr- Int. w-. 1205 jnonson rsua Johnson 8fre»t. m^ ,_^i •„.* t ka Raanu-h ^j. at the EmpiHotel. Germany, by falling to back up Italy (Uy ured last night at 1110 11 10 o'clock ^ wuf T « «ft*rnrtrt*v t ^Uce waste, as demonxirated down at a eriUcal moment. •»as largely while attemptlnf to croaa Cook ^ Alexander »m defeats country, by the re*pon*«ible for the luiun p„. Street at the intersection of Cook present G-,r;nmmt preaeiit G-,.;nmmt - something In LlbyYatcwas siruck Mruck car cat She by a «Fi and luly had were wauilted. - -r.- umultaneoav camReg: at ihe Emprtc« Ho'e] Ho.'plia [taken taken to the Royal Jubilee Ho.iplia ag,eed n. j*na!of U taking a brief ho'.kJoy p»ijn.« agsin*.t Great Brifaln-the by Dr O. B gu nned— Two motoruis were and wax treated bv mt o\er Ihe bef'.. rcMiming h' duties In ?•'* Maai^ to invatlr Great BrlUln while fafh ftned *250 in the cUy police Bigelow for a cut ihe eye. •nate In Vlr.orU for the pItalians pushed through Egypt rourt vexterdav ffw parking o>ev the t c MrPhersor MrPherson Ne» Dwelling^O Dwelling*— D •' everal*. -" fier.r-.’.r Jones r-.r * Canal. limit T*o other* each paid ’

. -

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np^

*»'e

a

vuUor from Portland. Oregon, ported

parked t.4 _«*r Gerald ri^rwtd -Htr

^ 20 w\ Feb.

DOfc>TO*'’ BOBTON,

m

P-rr», Br.uW. Columbl. mr^A Btact. Uie Bureau of Economics and U ii&3 will be the guest apeake- at

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Cor in

army



htteaker

wardens. 4

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VICTORIA’, LTD

to

de'rribed the Far Astern dfrribed batern situation „erloiwv as .'•erlous and alM> also said army and rbii>/s had no intention of ,yjpping to American defennea

-nanuc

Eddie Gs' Queetw Road, ’-vtu

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be

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pnaer

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end we

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taken .

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Hurt 1709

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increase In pay to meet the rising coat of living will be submitted to ’? the City Councii on Monday night

f f ; I / fllfli>r

.



be

will



erday. for the new

of piau « will licence

QueoUen—A request from changed department employees for an of Lab-’

fir^

1^1 Let fw he Italians hntvn

W Says

Both

yf

atu>*ii‘*iced

ot lonlghl ^ ai 8 oclock.

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were OfIr!-‘.!*.r rec .mfcisM?->?s srried =puI by other «qusdron^ over Mega. Morale and Oelib. &\emy

There's no doubt that gervaiive party will again

atepa

E

a*.

Yavello.

;

i

end oikert. icleciion

accept yonr pr«»ent incirumcnt in

Fletcher Bros.

Training-Dominion Dominion and youth Training— The number of planes to be dlirche tniinlng r-heme* Pruvmcial youth training patched to the fleei was not duHu.len-T. HUrlen— T. D. Robertson. Ptuvim-ial oiHicentruted upoii V tins vear may mav be =-nc,ntruted cloned 1207 IJouglas .^-^vet.' informed police, Uiu year esdeaircraft Australian troops arrived UiU ^ wallet conulnlng a driver v nic-r^-r.nlcAl and Indusmen for war train signed to week at Singapore, considered I* and a pegtsirailon card Hon* O. R. Pearson announced nbly the flrst naval objective of had been stolen from his ye*i«rday. The Federal approprla- Japan In :my thrust which might be

buildings



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for driv-

jured on Shelbourne mreei last front o or a When n< hran in iront night when W. Haw, Ha*. 800 by car operated by * to the He wi taken lo Gorge K. Ffc ‘I*® Royal Jubilee Hoipiul. where he wan treated for mmor bruiser on Hi. lirad and body, police rei»rled.

.

Camp

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Mmp

«r s

Hoy seven,





.

Hood

untU FVbruary

,

Soldiers With an To EnterUln Soldlers-WUh enure new programme, the ^ M.C A Red TrUngl* concert party will Brlt!^ enierUln soldiers at Parson’. *'*•“'

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untU

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J71

Oj

canteen at the Ba;, Entry was gained

^

Armoury

by forcing back the latcli of a lock

aomahland



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uo

— Detectives

Canteen bnirml 20

issued

-. lartera

1-.T

Ai-....-

eiim.*-ion ciimMoi.

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A few persons were killed In olher niacea in l/mdon. and there were several casualties and much damage ^ ..7 at Swansea. In the Wednesday night ralds The Government also reIn East Scotland aixl ported south Snelaiid

f vtJ I

iptendid

The kaUnec ran be arranftd on termi

li • as reported here whll® Shanglial accounts (old

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I

*“ ^***’'’ Uie k«::ruf niuvor uceiwe plstcA. the Provuu u: ?J -’«>r Record Oflke, wul . -4;n Men;

ha^ >uon ha^>iton Ha. Ha.. b-. Ltd. lor =alur A of the Ui* Uua.U. bua a * rornei Tt-? i^aduig one at ilif northsmotor of Doufla* and Yale* BUeet.

t

Air Pore.Fore..rtit in Aby^ Ahv* I. .Ethiopia. .Kihionia. la Ui was acm wid Uii- Juba River nre- of lUUaii

found trapped In in the wreckage.

\ol

w)tk

partul eirkan|c at a liberal «|lvatwn

planes of the latest type are to be to the pa. iflr, flfei. OenGeorge C. MarsliaU, United' alk -~-:atca Chief of SUfl. »ab aaid to havr disclosed to Uie Senate millJ'**‘“<**>— To facilitate aXTalra committee at a secret

to sell •l.St'O

i

Rallsray

Elcc-if!--’ Ejec-if!-.’

'*'*rty-foot •*'>ny-foot

foUowmg communique Thurx-

chine-gun

nlghr

tail'



BC.

*T7ie

aftc'

their oeos killed in ineir Kiiiea beds

rect hit

a

modern pteno detignt will

An [dupalched

ignal.

t_-.,U’ol

fliird Ei.si Indian v ing 1' ir .ioi‘.-a i-

repob.a».'*ed on for repoaaw.'cd

l-oadutg /one loading been made at -.Me

and

Bt-’.

Bnti.«.h

the day: day;

day attacks on four East Digland towns by lone aircraft, two of which were shot down. No damage was reported In the towns. Nineteen dead and fifty - two wounded were removed from a large London municipal hoikpHal. one win* of which wa.i blown apart by a di-

Far

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KKITISH (OMMINtQIC NAIROBI, K#*ny Colony. Feb

Next Election

In

iiporadic

G

fy>

erda,‘.

>r.-

latui* of iaiuidefault.

*» !ax

in

1

came

idera

wort); b-oril;

vnn h-..y f.r-f.. The raiders Conserva- from ikAm-poma and .mirhuu.le^B'ina g-ms

Ottawa

anU-alrrrafl Are

The

0 ‘-O'--

and maclitnc nacliinr

..

of

South Wales, where the IndoaUial port of Swansea bore the brunt ot a Wednesday night raid. A HEAVY ATTA( K Boon after nightfall, the raiders made a heavy attack on a town In South Wale* 'perhaps Bwanaea again), coming over In a Rream and dropping a large number of incendiary bcxnba. foUowtd by high exThey were met by intense ploatve*

AS ordinary

of Ihr

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j.’ed in

-

We* Southwest England and

London and towns

rifle

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PvoumUl PvoumUi

’lie Hie

by

authorised

;’!urert.

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HEAVIEST RAIDS Ceatinaed from Page

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lull*:-

gum

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Assured

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lainda— Pruice Kupe*' noting a uafflc Tas lainda^Prlilce

hellini heihni

1

pitsoncra b

•'kKi

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r.!.v.

,

Jd^ts

tive Victory at

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(^ity City



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niitiiiard

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A heavy attack by -~uUi Afrv >n

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PRICE

small,

Canodun Hemtinun B

Nordkirmer, Leieqi

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we oHer yea

In U>e Pacific.

milTISH tu;AR

VILimT

VISITS

Same

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manefeetarers. *uck ai

projected

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^^|atrengtlicn United Staim

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Their Liking.

to

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bur';:

*2,500,

penaea, *2 185, intereM and am in| lusumuct (ursd. *8,11107. lue *457.80; and tnduatrial art *1.140.

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to

modera tvnuiktnqt

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Januois'

fi»el,

jiaira.

and Real Estate, Consult

ffiebe^

a et

bangalow

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reqiitied

any attackers.

Army Authoriiiea Ate Making Sure That the Boys Overseas Will Be Equipped to Ent^ Tr^ee Postwar Civil Life. These Soldiers Are Members of an Art Clast. Copying a Poster. The Men,

Canadian

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n.-”' *1

»ft.5O0;

Fire anti Autorrohle Insurance, Rentals

flew over

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mtlrgment

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Reporta from Batavia Dutch East Indies, said those colotiie.s were prepaird to defend themsehes against

*430

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peiidilurrs *10.247.50;

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modern

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IndastrUI

COMFORT'AND THE BEST— PHONE Garden -1151

Suite

l\>klna

"greater Bast Aala

.ranapurUtion and tnduitrtsl aria amouni* ’« *44 780 30. The remainder of the sran> is itiade up ar Tr«nspir**'*‘'jn. *3 800. and, folic-

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bul.duig D»«-nuig permit permit peru.n -:ured a *1.200 city building -r-red -'ing : ting ... ai 110 *10 r-r- - for three-room ?;SX! One pa.d a *5 fine for u yesterday tr. .-nrixtruci a -ni Sir —rsM ra - -id n Hir t*;-'-/ .! me isx dwelling at 38? Nanaimo Streei It Lr'"*; in *‘-l*:ien| “ " LONDON Feb 20 ftP -The Br.; C. Ml;..-' !’i f 1928 "* twenf by rigtileen ijnns The«#rentreonJapan’aalll-e •• hi tne' hr r* iffped 1 _ Brnadcasttng Corporation toexterior basement and feet no anre with Germany and Italy. with 0^ • portfolio tne defeat nt t; , , I 1 f I It quoted •'reports -imilattng •.is of aldh.g V. Midglev wax, Mel^ti.--! Art“l! He JAFANfl WRAK POINTK v;.:r. ihat * ...-t of BU»e Marshal granted a *3 MO perm!* to build a, lummoisfd to 'hr Senate in J;; Pr- :in has rffused a req’?“*' h LONDON. Feb. 20 Cf) —The Dorfour-room dwelling at 1516 Wralall 1935 He for f'in the defe'*^d'|yp defe""d .•••• out \ ^ was tc Drama Branch of tha Department milifairy preparations and her move- L_. 1 French would be obliged to dlxarra a* haid to r« lorr them aa it Education to adjudicate at the meols southward, the newspaper' >f ine first place r -’Miih them In their conqueror*. nw OHI.fl nu-t a OHi.a BOI NTT ON ARMT TtKI’S RAKFRIF.g ichool fe«Uval. ahlch la to be held Mid that weak and vulnerable polnta why anyone who plantj in That reran were preparmtlona these of wi the audlh«:um of the V:-= -Ms in -^iGon icion Uy uniiirr SOFIA. 1-’.. jf} -The Bui- the mind of nnnwr A price ha* RFfilNA. Feb 20 <9> i» pointed out by the president of a Hiith ?:! April 28 d very the else d'-' garian ar:;.; ’•'-'•It ronii-’-hakr;r;?:.t Japanexe meial concern, who lasuca oren placed on ih- headi ef the lle\'en school* have entered play* h h happ^iw *ha; ri thr ir pe-= 1 the kind of an m-• a reminder that Japan U dependent A aimliar fe-' t-' for L U homed .^1 and Ihe snowy (or a luxp *-'ouniry *oday lo ». lltere 'ire y t« * ronwderable extent on wr.. hfJd In Var........ .’in March Mar« .-m J 4 owl, f' r.ew fc w *f#«>pa cion. flaperfiDoa* hsle. molea Wrlh bread " the there of raw malertala from abroad and I? and fifteen Musk ^|a of JCi. TYie bake J11.M f* JH.U ^ by ---l.c,^nr ‘ -MCJam. marka, ••' removed by Ci'rtroiyats up In rr--; • dXr bruwthe ' "iBBC. 'd. _»e fxpr?^ U: pa a - ah» u/rw Br-vr. 0 pot r*j -* --ilnu> 1 the civilian^ to civi Mlaa Haoman, tpeclalUt, l^ondon, H'fdars will be paid 80 In addition Uie t>ew*paper re- l Ho,<* tary authorities. ,„r»,r. vaa fou»!d dro^rsed a' Phone O 7843. 203 Bcollard Building r-”re ® the oiher Ut _ Bay yeaterdaj yesterdej arwlriee* w- ..7:ig to adricfn' iw» and all amilini Pool every da. Forest, the Green Me ,0 Mixxlng MuuUng p„ '*f tn the Pr-z-f-r''l*l Po hed They Mtlld min« Pdd. Weddlng Stationery Invltatlocia. the = ,„d did eyeryUiln. he •irve rjecember 31. Ldm-nhy had. „ Lnrowsky h.d mend trie . .I,r.«rdhlm .how jerry lh.l he Announcemer-’f, At Ilocne and Re*ppi:,*nUy fallen inr thr water ir.nr'r I" »h.d. ---- . ewpUon Cards, etc For corract triend. >rry continued neer the bod, wa. bodv th- poim pen, :-te»r 2"; near •tyiea and quaJlty matarlala »ea Tha He er'-ged a« a recovered d-li.,;. - jor Brown-. >»r Ccloniii PrlntiAf Departmtnt. I'..tier ,h,„ ; .. steel frreman MerTr.. Rln Merrl'.I, tr , ,m.n »i Ring I ln.«tead UT'!l Jerrv regarded »,. to do he jfi., T.T wu-to WU-on at Rr-xl *t R.*'! ^ Hnmen'i ti'anadUn ( Iwb. Bmi*'*" ax he did Farmer Browmk him r^*tned hidden unUl Farmer B*v A ^ nephew Mi'^ael L- . wx‘»» i ' ‘'y February 25 2 45 the If:., bit aua- Brown r boy went aw> Hotel. and -•o

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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA.

raiRSONAIL

Ends

Local Council

Its

ProliJriii r.onv'itUTftl liiiU'

T.V.A. Ball inuu« Pncei (jleaner*' Society

The regular meetin* of the OleanSociety of First United Church waa held on Wedneaday evening at Mclxod, the home of 54ra. H. A.

Sii^gt'^lionH Mutle

of Truflir

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lIiriE'VVS

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were broutfht In. alio *ome chUdren'a cliTwek • quUi and affhan Mrs. N Selkirk Avenue, haa olTered HUl. her home for a daflodU lea. to be held on Wedneada)-. February 36.

from

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Friday

February 21

Saturday,

and

and 22 Cherry or Genoa

Grade “A large

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newiy-appotni Margar^'t chair. the in Walker and Mar)orte Wilson were charge of the programme. The devotional period was conducted bv Margaret Crass. The mlaalon study was conUiiued in the form of an Manwle Wilson Marjwle with Interview, acting as reporter and Helen Peak*n, Audrey MacOinnls and Rita Millhouse representing missionaries from Aldan's 8t Trinidad and India. Porter,

Mrs MacLaurm advocated the Tlje urgent neceaslty for providing t low-rental dwellings for families in' formation of a Traffic Safety CounVictoria was emphasised by Mrs K cU in Greater Victoria, to represent McAllister In her address on "Hous- the three chief remedial agencies, mg and Town Planning" at yester- education engineering and enforceMrs H M. Hall pomtod day afternoon's session of the an- ment nual meeting of the Local Council out the Inadequacy of the present

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testing

for

drivers

method

of

licence*,

and the need

more

for

Another strlngenl physical lest* for dren occupying one room in houses member pointed out the need law. with inadequate aanltary facllliles stricter enforcement of the punishment was This need was not merely temper- ootmg that more motortsls for infracary. the said, and exprouied the! meted out to for opinion that It was time something tions of the parting laws than suggesdefinite was done In Vlrtorta to more serious offences. The tion was also made that derelict meet Uie situation not be allowed on the In Winnipeg, where a similar cars should insurthird party problem had existed, the Local road, and that compulsory. Council of Women had been Instru- ance ahould be mental in urging the City Council Ft BLK IIF.AI.TII to vole 630 000 towards building^ Mr* Hugh McKerule. reporting as suitable accommodation foe families national recreation and >

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Mrs K McAlUaier wtU addres' Housewives District Vlftnris Learie Uday at 3 30 o'clock. In the Union Building. Room 301- The report of the annual mreiiiig of the

the

Wilkinson Road

Council

Utcal given

W.A

The monthly meetuig of the W'omans Auxiliary of Wilkinson

Women

of

will

be

f'entennlsl Guild

Road United Church wa* held un The Centennial Church Todlet Tuesday afternoon at the home ot OiUld mel In the parlor on Tui«ds> .Mr* R. Knight Wilkinson Road with the president. Mr* McAfter the Oaxue. in the chair. Mr* J Jeffeiiea Mr* J Hoy presided various reports were read. dUcus- read a pnem by Mr* Needland Tea \lnn centred round Uie fortlicomJng was served.

rtedriert

CCP

resolution regarding that the proposed studv groups be referred that organiaatlon for to [back

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Dr. Jardlne. convener of the committee tm 'Citlxenship. ' read a report of the work done by that

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Csidsrnis. Spri
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Home

(o«iw*oM of ho«v lofy' A»t odd I **otpoan MopoUnv to »h* »ogor-cne«b

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TOMATOES

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Sprite.

CARROTS

of

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WUt\ Housewives' League and Mr* Hicks, WCT.U.

C.CF

Moe«nn« add* rvtt to malm didio*. Hamtaroo dawarti, and fl«»ort *V»vp. Ool a bofH* from yowr grotw •odoy

home

The meeting of Victoria Chapter No. 35. Women of the Moooe, will be in the held on Monday at 7 30 p of P. Hall, to be followed by a novelty locia] by the lilualUUc chairman and escorts. Friend* are invited and rrlreshmenu will be

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were Mrs. R. C. Newby. Verna Beek, Mary George Barbara Leigh, Patricia and Oeraidine Holden. Rene McHutcheon Alice Anderson and Olivine Ormond

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GoMen

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CABBAGE

Metmonthly

meeting

memben and

Camoaun Chapter I.ODE.

Mrs

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BROCCOLI

PEANUT BUTTER

The ComiUs Club held the regumeeting on Wednesdsv ereninf at the rnme of Mlaa B*-’Member* attending the bara Leigh

Webb. Native Daughters* Post No 3 Mr* Massey report; read the Lake Hill W1 A to the Mr* A J Bell, the

and

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CHEESE

GREEN PEAS Sweet,

The president. Mri. J. O. Welch, was In the chair The next meeting will take the form of a mturtcale and wUl be held in the

two vtsUora present at the monthly of the W.A. of Garden City Church, which was held on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs W. P Brown. Whiteside Street An excellent report was given by Mrs. C, Alexander, which showed had ihsi the visiting committee paid

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P'aiNl A reed MoptMnt coaaet

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unable to attend

the placing of a trained dietitian In the high school rafr terta. and the need for a technlrnl Mrs school Earlier in the day MacLaurin drew attention. In a report on trafllr safety education, to the alarming irK-rease In the number of motor accidents last year in Vlrtorta. which numbered 647. with four person* killed, forty-three serlousiy Injured and IN slightly hurt

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which die touched upon matiy matters concerned with the subject, such as llghilng improvements in the schools, the success of the home economies ooursa*. adult education

Fwvt G^sde Alb«rl< C'esmcrr

lost

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lately of Korew. gave »r. tnteresung account of her expenWhen as a teacher and mis ^ldrlan alie was ckiM>ly associated' with Uie work, and was able to give an InUmate account of the people arid their cuatoms. as well as the The meeilng cocountry itself.

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In poor clrcumstarKes. In the United Tuiiural resources spoke ol.tiic need States, lark of proper housing had of the forjservaUon of foreAls and “natlonsl, been looked upon as parks Mias Creasor. R N a.v conemeraency’ and national fund* were vener of public health, noted the being used to remedy the situation sctiviues of public varloiu the

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and «1U be followed by a

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the home of Mrs. M. L. McLennan. 311 Uie chair. The bl>monUily bridge Vancouver Street on March 19. partlea held at members' hocnea and convened by Mri. W. Walah are allU Fairfield W.M 5*. The proceeds go to in progreaa. met yesterday Fairfield social service work and the prUeo' afternoon at the home of Mrs. O The rvext saving stamps. Mr* are war Furber. 806 Linden Avenue meeimg will be held on March 15, Browns circle took charge o( the when the elecuon of officers will devotional part of the meeting Miss uke place

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ABiUiary Further plana for the 8t. Patrlrk’aj tea, to be held on March 13 at the home of Reevv and Mrs. W. L. Woodhouae. In aid of the Lord Mayor'a Fund, aere reported at the Margaret IrvUig Group were gueau meeting of the Ladtea' Auxiliary to’ Refreshments were of the evening. the United CMnmexclal Travelers.' served by Uie hostess. The birthheld recently in U»e K of C. Hall, day meeUng will be held at the preatdem, Mrs. J. C. Dowds, in'

i

of Women Mrs

The neat meeting »IU be held at the home of Mrs. N Kelly. 1357 EequUnali Road, on March It. at

were sent to Mrs. William

including a fit Pairkk'* tea. to be held in the Sunday school •ctivities

Grant and Mrs R B McMlcking. two of the oldest member* of the

(]oluinhi(i

Womans Ambulance

Corps

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Tlif The Royal Club of Mixpah Court. Order of Amaranth held ita mnntl;:-, non *e* * merting at the home of Mr*. A I

W.mrtley. 133 WelllngUm Avenue Tue«! on Wednesday evening Tlie club i* of M working lor the bombed victims in Road '

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Eiuiand. and aeveral knitted articles

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Rev Clarence La-c:. retewt of the Grtmtal work in Victoria was rea.. hv

efirrespnodtng aecretary

til*

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• Thera’s an eager girl for Neitaon'a

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at the

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funds

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EVERY DAY rvlln-

quMhed from Ibvfland rasuPed inj leg the apotntmeni of Mr* F J Brtmey Udy Lake MIm Fuater and Mrs was read by Miaa M C Heb*r Cooke to reprwaenl the W A Ujt eighVwn ywar« waa on the committee to be formed h* aecretary of this branch m the Caithe bishop in connecOoo with lh»

fni*

oece

today.

JERSEY BRAND

NEW

midday prayer amice

subject being

rOMMlTTf.E NAMED

had recrntly been manag1':g a and had t^rformed a jrt operation on a girl who had

-Mipital

and nthrr

tin

dreM

Mr* per cent during the year Drew gave some late new* of Mlaa PhyiUa Drew, a mwah'narv In lnoi4 It)

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prUeft, and at aucUoo Ur» McKa> The tea table* and Mr* Carvar aere arranged with daffodlU and pffstdlnf over the tea and coMe« umi were Mr* Alex Plorcure ann MacDonald. J McMillan, W Mon- Mr* Ray Bayli*. Rrand officer* day. J. McLuhan V Jainca. C Hunt Mia* May flimi. worthy matron

New

Social and Personal lleiiorrd Bride -to -Be

Mr* L F

SiiD

Avebury Avenue

Interest

and Notes of Personal

Social Activities

FlclttCrin^

Mrs

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Foyer A lira C. Vaahereaae. and Mlaaea Joan Huyward. Betty Randall. Anne Newland* Kdith ar>d Kay Bmiih. Muriel CoUler Mary. Betty' und Dobel Ft*kine PhylUa Ua Bet! and France* film

June Margaret Crskine. whote marnage to Blgnalman B. A Hayward Spring flowi«fcia place ncii werk < ri made an aiira- ilve backgroiuxT A mrauge bouquet of irr the room (•ink cArnatioi-.a waa given to the hrlde
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Uuriof the ev'-nlng aivd jirUe^ were At aupi>er time Mr» iiwnrtled Utile and Miae M Krekine, Mr.v The &»klne aMlated Ihe hoateaa table wax arfaii*e«l with a lovely bouquet of daffodils. rmrch*l and

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Cnapter

Mr*.

C.

A

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Mm

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to

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the

of

Spring

came In Ihe Eaaler hoUday* Th« cloalng date for entilaa la March 1 *Q- all entry foirns must

atyic*.

.

he In the hand* of the aecretary by Entry forma may be obtlvat lime •alned from live weretary, Mra

Vancouver spend a few

PkKir

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at 8 p m.

DOUGLAS. STREET

1203

Anderaon. Union Avenue well-known adjudJcaior* will

Mus Nancy Hugh C

Visitor

Mr* Charles Alien. Vancouver, came U) Victoria yeaterday to spend «a month and will tlay at the 1

PHONE G int

then

lllu*trate(

lecturer, in

date*

yralerday afternoon to days at the Empresa Hotel,

ST

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an

attend

"The Ooideti Basket.' b] J. Brandon a well 8 i. John'* Hal!

Constance

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their vuii of *ix wrek*.

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the will

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compeU- known

proapectlve

81 Andrew'* United Church from Tueaday. April 35 to Saturday. April Folk dancing claaaea will be 3d. held in tiie School Oymnaalum. Prluay and Saturday May 2 and 3 The change in folk dancing date* that Ih# former la due to the fact

^

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to

lor* In theae claaae* All seaalona for vocal, choral and hwirumenul claaaoa will be hr Id In

Mwntreal Vlaltora Mrs Pearce and Mr* Firstbrook are here from Montreal and will stay at Ihe Empresa Hotel during

i

Teacup readma

poured enjoyed

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and are stay-

bec. are vlsUor* here

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feaUval

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Drama and duologue claaaea, Tuesday which proved ao popular laM year, fr‘end*

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year*.

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yraterday

Victoria

will vtolt

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j.re.'vent-d

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KriowJum. To-

Herr Sorby and Miaa 8 Grace Sorby. Guelph. Ont and Mr* Gertrude Jonea, Ddmonlon. are at the Empreaa Hotel on a three weeks’

Mr*

1

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t

Party Vltflihl

fated the Oak Bay Tlieaire Hall to? the leu and bridge party held yt Receive* (hfl* terday afternoon bv the Oak Bay Mi»« Peggv Muckle. whose marChapter. Order of FSmiern Sur will to Mr Stuart Kennedy Over eiahtv guesu attended and ilage of take place ^hortly. was the gu«»t reived by the worthy matroti glvrii honor at a klt.-hen ihowei A Taylor, and Mr* V A Mr^. recenUy by Mr« W Hobbls and Mm Ore« n, the ufeMiclate matron ThirImme ofl

H b’ cMlcklng *at the The gueata teen table* of bridge were in prog- their parenu. l «0 Pembroke fltreet Lldsione Hayward R rea*. and at contract Mr* Upw her arrival Mwa Muckle waa and Mri H O. Aueiln won the conage bouquet ofj

.

came

T

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the here next xlx week* They are staying at the Bmpreaa Hotel

deco-

floaera

Mm

Itemoon and

wa^

tulips In a riif ,'laaa bowl.

were

Mr and

year’*

Nanaimo. One U fCN under ten year*, and the other for with vrwal fok> for younf men chanied voice* under twenty-one

Here »toni TorooU

Memuera of the order ipport during the afl*<-

Marshall

thU

tn

MV’

comener. waa aw>Utcd b> Meadamea C. HarrUon. J. Tubmar F P Boucher. E Ruahion and E

xctv:ial

pretide over the feitlval and the executive l» Increaalng Ua effort to obUln the maximum of public *up-

pon

to

WE CLEAN lUGS

thU very worthy community

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d*tcn*i»oa».

all

OIAPIS and SILK NIT CU8TAINS

project I

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From Winalpeg Ml and Mr*. Cecil H. Ounn. Wln,

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nlpeg. have arrived at the ftnpre** Hotel to apetvd some time here

ST. The St. .John’# branch held a builevening, r>e** merling on Tuesday with the prealdenl in the chair. Next

QUA 08 A

at

way

meet the sun half

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CsMda

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FOftT

wall* *n l^« dJ haed-gri-BHftg Calhrata rh« haaiihbi Icrtacc to *»** aorraal erenight '*k« bn *•* V#M> aa»o«**»r«t •"d bar »h* »**• ray*

PiOM'b "•'•d '"d

neaday afternoon In 8t Andrew# Vancouver: when June Church, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrr George Bivper, Waco Texas, became lained aix guest*. Mra. C. W. Mc-| the bride of Mr A G. Duncan Crux, P. Ponder, Mr*. Cltarlra. Mr*. R son of Mr. and Mr*. George C. Crux. Mr*. W«»d. Maurice A guard of Prilcliard. Mr> Devonshire Creacenl H A. McCandJes* and Misa Kaih- honor. formed by the oIDcers of the Another hoaiei# In the' Irdah FurlUer*. attended the wedleen Clay. Hen«>ric5 yeaterday waa Mra. E E.

Jcnkinson. .Sadi* Underwood. Oei irude Day. Kay Bl.'-ir>n EdiUi Barlow. Doll? Hobbb. K-t'hleetv Ore* McOllH'ray. and J'





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JOSEPH ROSE orroMrratKT

tan not’otaa

a

rasa r

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584-6 Johnson Street

Tea

lloalrsa at

D

Laurie entertained at her a few friends at tea y»terday home on Llnklea* Avenue. Among g-i^i* wan Mim Sylvia Appleby,

Mr* Jan

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MLv Norm* AdaWn

Hodgwere kln»on. a bride-to-be. The gUt* arranged cn the table and r.er^ prr

honor of

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»em»^ to the Bur'^-of-honor. to- tiie recently from Bialand gether with a eorsaee bouquet of who arrived ^an'^pper and "sho leave* today for San A btiffc'' [pink ramatK-r-= en route U> BrtUali North waa eerved. tt»e dev^imtlon* being ruco. [B^iieo, where fh- »IU be mam«d earned out »i»h p*nk, jreen and yet; crepe pnpcf The gueat* were Iferr for t*olf Tournament Mc*damc5 H Ftancl* ^ pt»Uim J Dr H O. MiDiarmid. Brandon. Humber and A Hon®. Johnson, arrive today at the lSnpre*a

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terday aftemoen

o-vk

ho*te*« vesat her Ix-me. 714

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when,

with the --rle* of being held In aid of the Mine and Trawler*’ Fund. #lie '

MIDOL TABLETS

1

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wUl

Hotel

annual Winter

the

few

gull

Kntertaina Triend*

Mr* air.all

hon-p of

Eric Buru>f epierlained at a at her --:” -• Charles fitreel. in h-'- or

cockUU party yeeterdav

MM-

Bylvia

Appleby,

who

has

Mr been vlilUnf t er uncle and aunt and Mr* r A. Pauline. FPul Bi=> and who leavei t«i*y fm Boa<:

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Mme

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Mr and Mr* H

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ESTHER

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Tllli; mberever bt tofttc Polntinf out the dleUnguUhUte inc mark of th« ChrUUan duly of wor*hlp, he streaicd the iraportAnce of this otoUgaUun, e«peUme. present cuiljr ftl the

RIDAV.

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predomlnunl went.

wu

The speaker menUoned

t

Any

Invasion Attempt

factory

the aeii-

bjr

Rlsetilohi.

lt>c.

Mayhew

R. L.

Rotar

Tells

lans About Sidney Roofinj

Physicians aald thirty four rlcPaper Company were admitted to the hospital apparently overcome by some form Dealing with the story of Uw deThey deaenbed one case as of gas aerlous. but aald miat of the wuenen velopment. merchandising and manwere discharged within two hours ufaclating aspecU of the business

&

Unu

(or dlatrlbuUon the clergy to thoae deslrtous of

had been prepared day'a

Webster

TENDER TEXTURE

coUapseu at their work today and were Cakeii to recelvUtg hn»{tUai tor emergency treatment

ou» Interest being shown by some

The second and concluding

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OlVfS

LIGHT,

DETUOIT. Feb. » .4* -M<»e than thirty women employed in the cigAr

branches of the A Y P A. in the matUr of aocUU and other aludies, Clergy and Laity Elected to among Utem the report ti< the now famous Malvern conference. Various Representative BUhop Sexton announced that a Church Bodies marriage paciiphiet on ChrUilan

ALWAYS

MAGIC

1

methtxl

merclianduiint

by

used

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Carl Jensen, plant luperuuendent, described me matory oi me me club that 'I .'aw pany. describing the -^ene, said Paper Company EngUah ehureh women start dropping, one liere, «»c Fidney Roofing club Some scaled ai table* rol> at the regular weekly meeting of of ^y ilv there. lapsed when they arose from their the Roury Club yesterday chain. Others teU as they tried to Tracing the development of the ” company since lie start in 1912. the.

of BrlUah Columbia opened at 10 mony and these would be obtaino'clock yesterday mornutg in the able from the clergy of the diocese Memorial Hall after a service of He further stated that Aah WedHoly Communion In Christ Church nesday was being set apart thu Calheeard a report by Rev addition to markUig Uie beginning H. R. Trumpour, D.O, principal of of lha Lenten season. the Anglican Theological College at I’NITrU CHIKIH GBKkrtU Vancouver, on the condition and Greetings were .ient to the Vicprogress of that InstUuUon during Presbytery ol the United toria lOM The college had enjoyed a Church aa follows Greeting. Grace good year despite war coodltioiu. be to you and peace from God our he reported At the end of March Father and the Lord Jesua Christ last year, receipts of the college May sucocaa attend your deliberatotaled I1BJ178 uiid expetuea $13,311. tion to the end that the Kingdom of Dr. Trumpour spoke of the Inour Lord and Saviour may be encreealng anxloua work of training larged and extended young men. ITie changes In ways The aynod unanimously approved of life w^e complicated In youth. leaflet to the par"The young men of today are so Uic issue of a Uhea concerning the observance uf well equipped In their own mliMls.' [pothering Sunday. The report of IM said, adding Uiat the spirit of the diocesan board of religious edu exceptionally keen the college was cation was dUcuased and adopted Tlie syivod unanimously resolved Rev. Hugh A. McLeod, wlio tliat It was prepared to follow the brought greellngk u( the Vlc^irui lead of the provincial aynod in the Presbytery of the United Church. matter of religious instnicikK) in wa.i cordially welcomed and voiced the public schools and would supgenerous apprerlatlon of the work port the bialiopa of the pcovmce and wItneM with which the synod that connection.

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e firm had Its real start during the last war, when new

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were Innugurated.

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m

tirm's asarts

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At the present time, the o;gantU manufacturing roofing,

utrnn

building materlaL*. paper, insulated An an board and cardboard boxes liuUcaUon of the yearly output Mr Mayhew aald Utat enough buUdmg paper had been manufactured bv the concern to run a .'trip acrois

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At the afternoon meeting repreon the following bodies were balloted for and declared

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the Northern Mission.

Synod— Dean

EUlolt.

Rev

The synod

rose at A 30

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Rev.

C.

F.

H T

Canon Hughes,

W

Gibson; alterArchbold. Rev

A. Patterson

and

Lionel Taylor

Theological

College,

Anglican Dean EUloti, Board of Oovernori Rev. Gearge Biddle, Rev. Canon Hughes, P. E Anlleld. Captain C. F Gibson and H H Cuilis. alternates. Rev H T Archbold, Re% Caium N E. Snilth, E E Wootton and

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Major

F. V. Longstaff

RLLIGIOI'H EOUC'ATION Rev

A Harding

Priest,

PAR.4DE

NEIL T PETERS,

Lleul.

MitlHlhatioii in Malta Decretal

at 13 :50 hours, at

comer

As in past years, the Klwanls cording to these, the population of be under the patronage the United Kingdom tn Uv* middle Kapers will HL« H»mor the Ueuteuant-Oovof Ust year wax 47,«76.noo- 23.920.- of ernor and Mrs. Hamber with the 24,7.*.e.000 femalen devoted to the BoBut apparently the bachelor itUl proceeds to be larluro and other Kiwanla objec the one of 3ichoice— until has a

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All members taking part in synod and spoke of the increasing savings parade. Saturday. FebuDlflcatlon of the work of the war must atterul the above tn rhurrh in Canada, and of the ruary 33, order to draw necessary equipment greater unity that waa becoming ELKINOTON, Ll.-Col. E H. He aUled that the metApparent Officer Commanding, No. 13 Field ier of the need for rellgleua msirucR.CAMC. -RP.) Ambulance. was the linn in the public achoola

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rsanuARY or tvonto snd •ps:?'. *1 V'tof!* •( l^br>«*fr. tsn

Tlme«


manding.

Western

secretary of the general board rehgioua education, addre-vsed the

for fifteen years previously revealed in figures just pubAclished by the Board of Trade

bc«n

ThU

All

K.

field rtf

WAR HAVIN08 >

labor corps.



Military .4ffnTTi#'*

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nates,

(imptmij

widely fwlands, others will be enrollod la esin Vancouver mining man who, The sential war aervloee. parueularly the yesterday, will be burled on

^

equipment lea* |>ack sack .Markers— Markers will report tu parade sergeant-major at 13 43 hours at the comer of Hlllalde Avenue and Douglas fltrret

Dr W.

and paptain

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Feb. 30 rigbty-onc.

of No. 3 ischelon

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Supply Column Savings

NCOUVER.

and Workahlp flec- Monday. Purchasing agent for Premier Gold tion. fth Dlvlakmal Supply Column FEWER WVRFLI S WOMEN Mining Company. Limited, Mr, Rowwill parade on Balurday, February iwenty-two of unds had lived here 33, at I3:i0 hours at the comet There were fewer '.vurplux women \cars. He wa* a member ol the Hillside Avenue and Douglas Street when war broke out tlian there had Entire web Drew Battle order

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Those between the ages of twenty and twenty-flve wtU be called up for military service immediately All males from eighteen to forty-Fred one are liable for combaunt aenicca services.

(OLl .MN. R.C.A-S.r. R F. Regmrntal Orders. Part 1, Order No. 9. by Ueut N. T Peters lor Bth DiMajor T H Wilkinson,

uon voiced of the praiseworthy efToHs of that great twganlxatlon elected A moilon concerning a weekly Provincial Bynod^Very Rev. 5 H hail-hotlday for aU wurkert was KltloU, Rev. Dr, W. C. Western, Rev held over for further investigation H. T. Arehbold. Rev. T R LaoRev. Alan Greene, superimcndeni asier, F E. Anfleld. F. W. Blankentha Columbia Coast Mission, bach. H H CuUls and CapUin spoke on the past year's work of alternates. Arch- that organlxaUon. as did Rev ClarC. F. Gibson deacon Nunns, Rev. Canon T ence Lee concerning the Good Hope Hughes J H Hinton and Captain Mlskioh. and Rev. James Ru.>isell on •

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I-KIDAY. IHHKL^AKV

B.C..

21, 1041

Tony /mU> to Crown in Cl,

TRIPLE SOCCER

Up

Ernie Vigh Winding

n

CARD PLANNED

lloslak Also Fi

Duncan Indians and Sham Playing Dorn

Oilers,

inoes

pi*>**a 8iro«iRer thun »hrn they >«»* Onol* In the Lower blAod Young* Shiuiiroclu son wUl eighteen juvenile *occer club. »t Bund*jr opposition face sUong Heywood Avenue, when they *Uck The up *g*ln*l the Duncan Indian* leature mter-city match wUJ be the achcdulM bill triple attrartXHi ol • playing held, and provld* the

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York

ftal

leaxjera quir.tene *rma City Leagw. to face next American hoop squad former ruiera the Victoria Dtanlnoea.

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4.liiraf;o I5lark

domain

of Canada* baaketbaU appearPinal arrangemenU for the court ance here of the Onlled Slate*

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AnitTicuM’s,

the *qu*d b*ve been completed, and

Third Period-

ST AMI

HOW im.V

Tofoni

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CKmU

Detroit

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hapUas New York Am«TU-aii%. and advanied mUi a tie fur

the 4-2.

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AinctlCMLT

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Ameriuau-v

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halfway

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period Ui break a

cago ccMire

Detroit.

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Newburgh. N.Y., didn’t do him rnoch a ten-round fight »t Ma Soosc (lefty first pi the decision, which put him in weight championship now

aliead

Earl

again ui the third perioU, Seioeri Ued » at 2-2 on a me ngiii Itom shot

One

la

U»eir

Rugby Champions Face Navy Tomorrow

Ruyner, Cair.

fcgan,

in

Important Fixture

R

Suo*.

Kelly.

tlie

tnch:^

pose

rink-wide

a

teammate

1

B4 KSAK 1) CTF SKRIEN

ArmsUong Unsou Cor-

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to

ma

Schnner

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Bfunord

SUibodlan

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m

Ttie

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will I

workout*

pre-game

at

DENVFJl Feb 20 '/C, — It U»k month a ciinipaigntng-phi* a

.

D MeU

top berth

in

115.000 guarante^to land the National PrnfeKslonal Golfers' A.'.virm for Denver tion golf tournament

Tom

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pre.sldent

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Cup sunduig-h defending cUy cJuimplons.

fixitire*

of

the

ware Bay* uncorked considerable seor-

punch

log

Ikst

wreck

when

they

smothered the OarTlson. 35-3. In 'n* announced at Miami Fla otve-slded conmeet will be held At --f the season', most nrwed

ut 'he (he Canadian Scottish, 8-0. In stnikgle la** minutes of a keen

levU

while

the

sailor*

cnaiicy.

referee

luiesman.

the

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will

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better Utaii puJlmg teeth, tangle to-

niorrow

night

Garden

In

MadUon

in

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fir**

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step

over Coai h gridoerx

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Col.

Winn snere

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deePUm than when «hev dropped a few week' can to the V H S Alumni a Coach Sid Anders«*ns

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20

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Matt .....ie Co: Bradley pre.Mdent of «'huichlU Di»wna. (hotthree -year -old the

start

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Noinlnailnn* for the Derbv rU*<^
Natioii-

from their trium|»h over

Ire.sh

Oak Bav Blue

( h.

oiighbretls' 175 000 race j* held e»th ' •ar. havni’i got « hore 1 that I

mij*uc»%»

brtter

and

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claswic

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Color* of Col E R Bradley, winch have flashed lo victory in four Kentucky Derble.«, will be out of th#

Nationals and V.H.S, Alumni U V Will Weet in Important _ Gridiron Tilt o.X

Dsriiii

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March

0 Hradley's color

Devils, will stack

won

in 1921

1920.

>e»r 111* Hlineup agauiat Alumtw agsln when the 1932 and 19-73 Sundf. lech »»> the overwhelming favonia (wo grid aquad* n»*et m a Park The but lo.'i to (iallalisdion fixture al Rnval A’hletic '

ton

y

-Arimg whl Park and WashlngUm Park

CHICAGO ijpitribute

PVb

kick-oft

Coach

almost tl.000.000 to horsesixty -MX days of racing

men through

next Summer. day bv John

manager

20 -

It

of the two track/ meeung Park's

Arllmrlon

9ei for 3 o'clock

Jimmy

Smith-

proteges

me lop of the atat.dtwo full polnu ahead of the Naitonalf and the Oak Ba\ Blue urw bu* in order tn retain disputed orcupwUon of that berth Rival must lake Sund,':-; * coaches are pointing llH*ir clubs for victory and are bi>th eoonUenl they Iran take the important fixture A'

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Ings

Devils

SIXTH a.MI— of

23. thirty-four davs will open June Washington Pork’* on August 1 The thirteenth running of th* Arangic.! Classic. July 30. «tU t«P rare at I No. the with meeting, Washington being the American

IS

are riding al

announced toJackMm. general

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the final, correct answer that ifir Caleall] be reached Sunday at donia Aventie grltUmn af;^i 'ixty mlnatri of good football Pirhwp.*- a resume of the earlier •

Sliol.i

Derby. Aur-ist 23

7 to 13 A woman visited a Wc't Eiul -.tore, Cherry Hilla Cour*e. July was This wlU be the first time the Ben McCaflen at which a mannequin parade plav event has been Summary provided a* a U-aroom aUxacUon. colorful match Tomorrow',' match should produce Mwgrd in the MounUUi aectkvo. her flve-vror-olrt flBugh'-er. FU't PerPxi I. t'anadlens. Sands with the best Rugby of the by Tiyron Ne;.T«>p of Toledo Ohio, some of In the sudden -'.Ulnrn* •iused oars Reardon*. 10 41: 2. Toronto. Srhri ve»r with a onr- *ea«on with the high-scoring event la*t damthe won beautiful the entrance of four ner 'Taylor. McDonald' 15.52 Penmen conceded an edge over the ntviahlng of up victory agwln.st Sam Snead, of mo<»t the clad in sel* Goupllle '2'. ChHinherUUn. alties Springs Va. pyjama*, the lltUe child piped HtK

King

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irason. boost Victory for the oamnen the thi-m Into d'jle oecupation of premier spoT and greatly strengthen sUverihelr chances of retaimog the

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the

the

today

Taylor

OfBciaU

rather i?

1

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e»in 8»ui* Tim*. JS

Tim# L«d# aii*»r

will

only a i

A RKiGirr

U'l g

a

them

liii

itianned pin A*- the secoiwt Ant*ui c-elimination Orerce, recugnued as chun.ploij by

fel-

into the

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fia*>T aA« k— Thf-r Iu»lr>n4» «« * B*r Cwi'»r .W«Ui.Pr.

dian Scottish. Simpeon, J.B A A. line-up follows Ward. Payne, Oatini. Ware CulUn Andrews Mair, Andervon Sparks, DeMseedc William*. Robert* and

the

A

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him

hen* today follow

Ad-

(Hi

at battle Ihe Navy, tomorrow, in otve of the most

important



Toronto- Ur«rta. McDonald Hammoo. Ungelle H-ron Davldaon. Nut» Sianowhkl. Kampman, Apps Schnner. Dnllon, Marker, N Meu.

.

'and make up tm the miiuer of the ni-poui»d Ufa h;;... '

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Oak Bav

Victoria Rugby Union officials »asl night anlNounoed the poBtponemcni Cup of tfie scheduled Barnard between the 5th RCA, and Cana-

Macdonald Park

pw

OetUfle. Chamberlalr., Lath, Adam-*. Uraboskt. O Nell

a public

is



Keb JO

(irci*ion

i

live

Oonpille Gardiner. Canadiens Benoit Ul*ke, guUty Portland: Sub> Reardo" Bund* G Mantha,

IVminv

of

out that pull

I'lv

(he

Feb 20-ResulU

o'clock.

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SANTA ANITA RACING SANTA ANITA

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SaturdwNavy. .Macdonald Park, at 3

Game

NexV

goal ol the sea.son. .sixth defeat foe Uie sixth-place Canadiena at the handOne other of Toronto this wa«*n. a dewdlotk. meeting ended

iweniy

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Americans SmlUi, Boll.

Slobouun. Couaeher. .Jackson. Wyvheriey.

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certain,

thing exhibiuon. firethe DomUioe.s are as "hot a* * cracker" right at this monvent, and

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when he blasted Uie puck pwat whiatUng Turk Broda afl4ir e«apmg frwii a board*. Leaf power play. Banda was par-



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ring

the following swing,

Siobooian of American* «netinj U»e lust. Joe Cooper Ued U for lUwwa

with Kay OeUlfle of! lor boarcA^ Charlie Banda gave CanadienT Uic ,ead

wmd-up and

Thi*

Uic nets for Uie tiunijal break- = "-y Bentley. minutes before the end on a play wiui hu brouvec Doitg made the

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Roy Duval to Swap Punches With Montrealer in Mam Event This Evening

Former Manager of Cleveland Awarded $2,500 by Kenesaw Landis CHICAGO, P^b

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of Portland in

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against him. dllTerences with the Indian front office and a stretch drive which saw Detroit noae out Clevelaxul for U)e league pennant. Wlien Cleveland declUied hU demand for $3,500 bomu. he took hU

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Love Amidst the Perils

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calling I
Tlie evenings programme open with wrestling exhlblti'»>-

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"ouEUmAla, tlie LEnd of Eii- nEU\r ciwCunif, whlrli wu Uie n.:.chAmptoc End cowh of ^1^^ Amateur Bcimg Club. wl>o ehanimenr *ai ihe aubjec; of the ^»rld The lawi were Ij, il'T Oliniillilf'' up a food programme of faacirMLtlng addreaa given by Mr* a j^mnuve peop> of the clubs Inaugural w. MackenEle last evening, ahen the flsucumug for , jo, n»ndard of Uving ll tt I 1 1 1 1 1 1 It 1 1 ll I iTiiii House BuaUieaa and Proleaiional ^ Guatemalan coalum# complete Cranleigh Victoria former ghow at the MUi May Weatwood. Hl-Y aecre- school gymnaidum. ofl WUlowa Women'i Club celebrated Internaaandala. all fund made, waa TI« cuaUHTu and re- (jigpi,yod .t the meeting and aerved Eight bouU are Hated, with Uonal niglfl Qi.llrlft/t larlrcnn tfl Anopar Ury from Vancouver, haa been convw r^KK'-‘* DUHOOy JdUAauii offlclala mm vw final ivHoAi uMioMoa a* to Mackenue a dr ferrlng with win* local trriutx and Teddy Gray, two Ugloiui rite* of the naUve* acre deAtra speuer anu UluaUala aini. uiUAuaie Lwcwl opeucr scribed, and th# beautiful country. Cheduledlacrlbed, drraa. detalli. details. Victorians on ..#r.mi*ih*localacrapper». .h^ native dress. Rpforp ViCtOnSnS local scrapper*. Cheduled pcomlslhg BoiOrO Dlacusalon groups under the leadpunche* in the main event, teeming with colorful naUve Ufe and Cro^nlinn ri.v orei-idmi of Cara Grappling rapft undenneld. recently SoyTblHed to don the leather mied with Ure ancient Mayan from Vlonn., doc, or of Sv"o.T> .ud. B<* Boundor.. OroB Sp«.^ ool^Ul d.y., Wom.n' NorthO. H»yd.n Rov. Murin poychlEtrj. Vic uid Junmlo Buxton, BuUdo* JwJuion. known xt gxv. xn « urortln*. xiid 8-v hrouxht greeting* AT UPLANDS B>»n st.wxrt. Mn. *" iVdlL Mrs. brought Boh Pxttrr.cu. xud othrr xoUcltlM for roudh UctUa onto ,„t '"’7 of .tr^Idmonx of th. cluh. .hMxcx;ni,o.xh. .;:;;;efT;-o7-ih; t^ mxhh« «B>*>nUtx how tfw 'mrod"*w,“wmwm h.d v„,..d .xplxlnlns d,rU,or.h.p xlno. 19J1. ,9J1. hxd • h.|B.ndU.ou.uiod,wU1b. Und.r • und... . dlcUforxhlp d,c plxyod xt Uptondx on Bundxy ui neruwa® ^rtUx.tnd M,„0,,v. Miaa uiive H.H.....nd VW.CA_: 1 w.u A T.,o..nor..pul.;, s.norxl puh»/x_ ‘".‘i'Cook riiTo'cloolt Tlio l*:: r.f '"“^ u.o o.,Lpoutlo„ forth, f^w* first VtoUir^ •“ »» *hPPhtt‘n« hU Mr. Beckwith wdl be based on the w atieno. invited to where club* u comuriw, wnnr eMropean coimtrle., lu. FMropean ... n,x.i -m h* plaved wwi..»a on «« Sun* «,m. morrow night educaUon wa* compulsory and the ^ -Courageou* Living theme adrolsaioo fw made be will J"* Ute roj^ nty of Guatemala was very modern uav March 7 opening banquet will be held ? the tk. longer In extotenre rtft‘,,bie main event t^ double texille:. of The hand weaving and textile:, one half of *UrUng time* f* -:-— AnderDr. Henrietta ^Ser^ pre- tonight, with Chinese Preabyterian HK>rkers were noted all the native worker* at Godfrey, *i<“~vnian* on Uie wrestUng card to be Mr* Denny* Godfrey. «nri dlahi.. (j p nitllll the ,K.m. theme and muoduemt .x,. GodSociety at an enjoyable aoclal on over ,»ver the world, the »peaker said, and jfd *t Miss Der Mto* Denlae tented at the Army and Nav7 Vetat the piano uyjetv . rvinferimfar' lecture room ws * ewntry frey. sang ’Slave •!> Rle*o>. Jackson haa been warned me wonderful growUi of the CNJuntry the Slave «ong” ‘Del erana. w- iu.m. »i loveli Tomorrow after a banouet at the Wi- “ Portand white was aue in red rntm* decorated ut Pk>r* due to me t,,, climate the cumaie ssr* Mrs. Mac- and prettily uecormicu anng. ’'larna "Torn a i>or* "Torna luUan song, Italian aeveral tim« in Vancouver, ,nd an luuan csw.rw.^x. rtoiei. xTr» TViwnM „ Downea will r. Will m preMiiy air*. d « unprew >* »> uh by hv Allan u .. u. w. -» (he -u. market, where . tinging was led clUea to -w get In a of -.«x» yrmo. _,.^.x yento." and a French --ng -L ObsUland lano ai»u and other v.x.x.. nrowramme programme Community soeaker at a speaxfr rmirt E^st be guest • r.- -t> pietrhrr vs »V • A«rtef*«i assisted bv Fred Aruol at Uomwi.|s asihered to bur coaUime* ' A' L- MacVV# Itw A *i^op«h * Likely hxu,„ u.p,-, Items and dramatic *electloos. FIRST ri.Killl A eloelng ceremonial and attend-

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‘‘NOTHING SACRED”

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SII.IITT I»»Or »«0»l

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CAHOI#

LOMBARD IN

SUCCESS oim A'U Rot

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puncher and a shifty boxer, and if llie Montrealer lives up to hU ad vance reputation, ih** Royal Ot*k scrapper to gnutg to lusve a bmy

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bonus for every 100.000 cusLOmere above the 000.000 mark. Bradley said they agreed in mid-season that 11 the figure were between 600 000 and 700,000 Vltt would receive Since attendthe $3,500 anyhow. ance wax above 700,000, the club paid Vltt one $3,500 bonus but r>alkrd at giving him another one

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programme Madden to reported

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VlU had a contract

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paid

•ALLS

...-director

lha: of soldier boxers are billed

show on the card. Tl)e Royal C'i« nadian Aimy Medu:al t'oipa will be with a boxing team in iin hand to

Clevelarul.

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Tommy

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> and Hobby Club of lu popular mixed wrestling and boxuig programmes this evening, at tlwlr Cook Street lieadquarter*. Pint mix «. win stage aivxhrr

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U9 X » J .MePhetVictoria unity* and Weak Road. Period -Ha ' 6e=-^md Prri'xJ Be-md vk’-rta Sports Centre, cagelto aqueda. Martlr-^^53; B W. PhU* ”' ”B” women's cagetto ”B refereed. T'’ gayest yve of 'Mart inwm*. OAK RAV One MrPh MrPhenmn llpa. 8 ® 40 In' -•*!»' U* tn X-80 tie laM night nlfhl played to a X-X uoe-upa and fcorere: M«tlnron.* Jl.lO PenaHles’ TflfSTRE romedto* in year* to at Jones 3. 3 V. V i« home-and the of Unlty»~C. Reid. O. Jone* gam* first the Th#.tro. the Oak Bay Tbeatro. home play-oHi for the Vancouver Bourlte X E. Day 7. M. MedJer 4 and Brne My Lore vhere Warner Third Period- M Pli-.-M Peden $ 'Tntol. piaving with Olivia Island champlnrvshlp y Ho-j«Martu.vv> 5 55 We*' Road -R Handv 7 V Handv 4 18 Carr her Bret aerten Rnadert eatobllshed a 10-4 lead at 0 *ntrne B WaidrnTn \i garth 'Wood* '. 10 X. PhllH^,-- Hav^Utond In 3. 6, O. Tiirner " .•teed-nan Han rals r.-.- ’x*r aensatlonal succeaa Tuttmt. 'Bteedman'. 14 Cuimlns'iem 8 and N Uve end of the firei half, but could Cuimlns'iatn in ’Oooe With the Wind." soni, 19.58, PvnalUc* None. *ft

mnkK evkir

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In

Kyaer was surh a

Haywwrd

ihn>ug Uirough dark

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Serond and final game will played neat Wednesday evmlng

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Starrett Siarrett

Hou r BigUahmani Hour ZkifUahmans

In a bout with a The setting wa* ;^idier*. Uj, borders of ninecentury Poland. ThU •oene jurlou* swordplay took

j^yolved

In rfpl4rfiri«i.t



r:''""-’'*'"*’-*"”’'* kT-v^Tits.:

GAIN STA .F.MATE

Wildcat."

Uh.:,...

In the late store* of top

contest Coach keenly-fought cnnte«t 4| I Y Tfl III ll/iLL I I 10 -Yeamana* Yeamana* Victoria hoop«ter» s^sxai rv'T'Sig'iii'T'I' through fw telling point

chartes Cliarlcs

-South of Arizona “South 1'ork

JouaU. duelling jouau.

Mi"»

Nanainm

"THE APE'

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NEXT WEEK

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Love

took pert In goal i«Viadron offlrer. who Bialeman Charles scarret returns ^r'n.-: ... Login n'-i'-nr.-, conoor. i»l,x .k,. HewUson Hogarth. Robtnron. Hiwk- land within _week *^5 ®1Oedonus for- at th* York Theatre, featurea Beat*'’ W«>d lev Maguire Aruona." Columbia • roanng new Mary Owenn and mund vrards

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5

My

ev^r written Into a book, huAinesR to ranking, his to beautlM la Is ministering which, of course, leads to several

— Nejuum. N,’u.

wv,

axTBA - rsaTooK in colob purfA tarter asn anst niont

1

CUpprr%

-

' ’

with Margaret Undaay. ,

1

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1

12 30 2

in tn

places pu^a— Meet

,

share, stellar honor* Benneit he plays the paa or Ison of the most fabuU^

E,

,

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The

trailing. 7-1.

U> plAV for of MrOlll.

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**Drum« of Fu Manchu”

10



BayOHvia Olivia de d# HavUland oak Bay->01iTia Oak Bay—

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3-a

Tlien four more were taUled for CUpper* In a hecUc third round, with but one goal for tonthe vtoltor.* -^-Ted at the ^nlnute nlnute mark by H-- irth ^ Hansen was the hinlng light for Clipper* He ha* pla?e<; -IJ season r. wa* alined but the C O R wUh O be’ Manager ^ BUI PhlUlpa Testerday

“GIRLS OF THE ROAD” •laiAt-

.

third here. Monday night, MU’ the local* to a two-one count In the fir»t iHiiixi, buUn the second. five goaL.‘v-* •••' through for Clippers went wuuM*" wlthnut a rrlum from Bed Beatty’r aet ol bewildered mlllmen, a •who went to the dreaxinghocke;.!

,

Sourii^ARlTOMlAl tga w9 tu»i

hockey U.o in

Uw

MlUa won

New

]

D«mlnien-'Tlie8Qiatrf$lo.it* i»
and,

duelling

the Dominion Theatre. * k. In thto new picture. In which he

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(niiira-niiira'

CHARLES STARRETT r,

1A

Ihelrt

NOW snowi>a A

in

Presents

'YouU ....

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rrord Mtord

of

share IfwiGiig during the producUoo of, ifw'fliig ’The son of Monte small'* *rhe Rdward Sroall’* Edward Crtoto,” the swaahburkllng advendrama which will atart today]

WoRtmlnster. next game wlU be played In Ne* Westminster on Saturday nighl and

game

th* Srreen

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5“:.:

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Proctor

J

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Gone tapUel-Clark tapUel-ClaTk Clark Gable in 'Gone Capitol Wind With the Wind.

i^ns Hayward had more than

‘ i

tonight. 11-3. of the best three-offor the Cowst amateur

championship

P-L-A-Z-A UR

W sO L.

Children's Department

•• '

j

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game

aeriei

rive

room

«

RF^T^

nL/llO nr9/ll0 r 81

Mr LriUlLI Mr\^ r Asll Y

beat Fraser Mills

Clippers

rtB*T VIlTcaiA tHOWINO

ANN nvoava

11

xx.x,.*,-> «ww Feb. NANAIMO.

TONIGHT AND SATURDAY.

ve.

v.

plRved

Find OuOocto- Takes a -Tije Doctor Cadet -’Tlve f,j,i -nj, Loreiu Young. vVife” with Loretu Wife"

,

PRESENTS

TODAY SATURDAY

till

.fllLLinLli .MILlIhLIi

V.H.S. Students’ Association

In School Auditorium

Vic Lea

InglU vs

Hogan Hibberwm

^ ^ I

_

Atla*-K*y Kyaer

CrlNte** Co-PUare Monte CrttU*' L-vrly Hayward an- Lavrly I^ms ll.ywaid ***" ***" ""

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On

DOMINION

u*ual preliminary wiH open eon of the show at 8 o'clock |“The «on

The

Pli a

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Tea was served at the conclusion L J

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Bpeaklng of the grandeur of the enjoyed

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rxr.'.ll’.'rTi/,. nHow HTxaT* *'•»

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“MY LOVE CAME BACK”

CADET

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.^rved. AH young men on active aervicc

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country.

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aviviifw 8 t ANDREW

be up wlU ue pirkThe t*aru ne W»U

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DRAW

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THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA.

12

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY

B.C.

21. 1941

Toroiilo Stocks

FOREIGN EXCHANGE

Stocks Retrieve Some Late Loss

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to flret apeed forw'wrd today and retrieved 1 U> around 3 potnta of recent loaoeB fcM’ leading InduatrloU and rails in the beat Venerml up-

Anaconda Cappar Auhlaan Railway Amariran Wmllan*. vid

The

New YORK.

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out

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Press average of however, held a net Ii gain of 6 of a point at 40 7. was the largest climb In this composlie for any day since Novem-

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30

CF -Spot

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DIVIDCNDR DECL.4RED Distillers OorponiUon BeogramA LimUed, 55S cents, payable March -

shareholders of record March 3 1MM Pickle Crow Gold Minos. Umitdd. m l«4 M 10 cents, payable March 31, to shareM II kk holders of Tveord March 15. Canada Permoivent Mortgage CorBANK CLKARINGR poration. 3 per cent, payable April 1, Victorta bank dealings for the to shoreholdars of record March 15. week ended Fsbruorr 20 totaled WrlthUHargreavco Mines. 10 cents for the, corresponding and 5 cants, payable April I. to •1663.210: week lost year. tlgl3J60. sharwhoMort of' record ftbruory 38. .

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Grade "A” large Orsde “A" medium Grade "A” pullet

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IN

HANOUNG lOATl MACMINIIY.

HEANEY’S

SAFfS.

HC

could not be seen w> teacher if he wanted

!>> the read a candy or pass

well to

AM .-Clark

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to

$3650

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DavatlP far Maya iKtItO' N*«* Huai by Ls* Hsai Ri

Ai

couver.

Exira-proviiKial

tlons

were

Paimas (CJOR).

(KOMO*

Mayor iKJR) >RIRO> moale (KOL>.

csrrsi Carlar far kridy

Politlesl talk,

F.4TIIER

He—Buy. who Is that funny-look« Ing fellow who drives your car and works around In the gardent Ha always frowns at me whenever hg

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Ama* ana

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lnrorpora« th« during

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Apparel.

Vancouver,

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me here. She—Oh. don't mind

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only father.

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where they cannot only be watched more closely by the teacher, but where they con see and hear

seats

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PM — FllOna

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3

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ni* Worut Tkdat (KIRO) PailU MuHasl* 'ROL Rlsbi IS Happtaaas >CJOR)

m —OuOnofe and Cplnok m — Moraint C1aa*)ca

am.— fianr* Tima m — Csnem Iniariad*

IS

ISM II

I



iROMO.

(FTT. Vlrl*rla. B C. (tIM Rrra) m - Vasn Pklrnl

7 3S a I a • )l a k a

13

•3.1'F dami'in' Wir* Oav*r iRjn

8abrsn*fc«.

Raw* BullaUna

KJR>

of

<3 .T *7 P M -Ralpb Marurl * OrKJR'. fladda Koppar 'KlROi M«v>* Ravia*. Wamaa FMlaratlsn (KOL Ma Parkin* iCJOR'

M — B(U

RJR>

PM

Tr*at Tim* 'Rr>MO-. Irart* Wirkar 'KJR' Vouns Ur Ma)onr tXfRO) Muata Playftfijnd Ni*>« ‘Rf! U(* ClB B* BaauUhil -CJOR'

-

11:00^--

n

Na«a 'KOL' Mam-ir** la Msate 'KIRO'

Beaiiarsood Raine* 'KIRO). Di a Play Brids* 'KOL'

Rat Daushton

• r.‘T«i Our Oal Bsnday (RIRO). Artyana Jo* the apparently "slow" or "dull'' Od*P«l S«nt*r iCJOR). pupils were hard of hearing and 1I3.l\n AM.— Happy Oaiif (CBR). were unable to hear all U)6 teacher llF.ini fiMrt at Jslis Biat* iROMO). Can B* BMaUfu] (KIRO) sold. And when a youngster can- D>* Rt<»t )KOL). not hear well he either strains or Oa WIUi lb* Dsaa* (CJOR) tenses himseU trying to hear or. Owsty CrakB* 1 1i .1 rt AJS-—TUiaaiss k more often, doesn't pay close at- LU.l*)*r» Aa*M)illsct (KOMO). Raporur RJR). tention because he cannot make lassinas Whila 'RmO) Woman l« senss of what Utils he does hear. Plarta af ions (KOL). Ofcbaaira iCJORi In many schoob today liuteod of Alan Ratb't Aribur G«d(r«r '(BR) the physician or nurae testing the 1 /3 .*>0 6 M hearing of each pupil Individually IkF ,i>U 0«*ht*tl«*t*d Ddy 'KOMO'. Opportuetir iKJRi by means of a tuning fork or the Tha Right t« Happintaa iKIROI. ticking of a watch, a machine caUed johb*Mi Pwmily
Borty bard of hearing In ehUdren usually dbeorered because the youngster folb to answer questions or mokM mistakes in repeating words or following instructions.



The

The

urely

a

local

snail's

stortM]

guard to

a

raUway was

leU-

very train rumbled along at Tha passenger poec.

conversation

kill

with

the

time.

Ouord— Yes. I’ve been iraveUng on this train for twenty yoors. Passenger—Oosht

And what

sta-

tion did you get lo atf

Wlut* (CJOR).

gRADM OP WALTONt An eidnly womorv was

vlslitng

a

Wyoming, snd. on noticing a lOMO eoUed up on a oowtMyy’s saddle, she Inquired what it was used for. "We use thst for catching catUr and horsee.* rooM the reply retorted the woman, Irkdeed." rockch in

Bsr

gold In Londosi was unchanged at 137 54 on ounce In Canadian funds. ttOs in British funds, repreoenUng the Bank of Bnglond s buying price The fixed 838 Washington price fiawl^

•-!•»

Union,

Emploj-eefi

—War

F M — Rortnern M*a**n«*r . 1 77 ArtBcbair CrulaM iKOMO> Lsnoy Roat iXIHOi

C*cU Bsll, iKJRt and Mar** iRlRO* Mu*t. . Ou* * Noi*»«os (LJURI

DfsnlA uo*r (CBR)

notes.

U

CF).

FM

r:

WUlorda

The Sun Piinilng TrwUrn Cradll

u

PBlKicBl Talk

.-1*

am Inatlon.

amounted

(1270).

(1450).

BUtia OsMat iROMOl.

Valc*i la Bone (KIRO).

n

IS. to

BAE GOLD MONTREAL. Feb. 20

New WeatmUtsier

Klngswoy Theatres. LUL. 810 006^

Vancouver.

DnfooiatUi
Even os a youngster I thought 8 J-k) AsaiBit lb* OAra (KOMO). 4KlRO> was a muiake because 1 felt K*«* Havtfl •( RaM (ROD. that a youngster at the rear of the Hans* R)d*t (CJOKi mom could be os bright oa one at ki>.
"dime" novel, eat

Bov firouis of Victoria dbUlcl, toWith ScouU located In the of BoiAe. will mskr s widespread canvso.Skl Canadian Army MinHcoJ Corps of 4 2( 9 3k Belin* 7V. ISM SM lOM BrilUh Columbia. .... (milaS* (Ml M44 II 44 Cslsmkia S-v. IMl In leaving the bottles on the vertoo • 40 0*rmA«tv 4'v o, IM5 44 2k andas, tlie public is being asked for 43 TS 1la(y 7%. iHt SI 04 S3 20 Japan S'»W. )*M k M • 24 medicine bottles only, ranging from Prru S •. INI 4t M m M orie to sixteen ounrea. nir those isks Svdnar S'i* *M M 44 90 20 who deoire to deliver the UnUaC RinaS'MM 4 < bottles, Abov* Brkat tn Nau Vrvrk they may do so by leaving them St Scout headquarters. 1034 Johnson, Street. St sny lime convenient to them. ij It is hoped that more than 6.000 bottles will be collected from ihb Theae prices are obtained dally .

-

WORK— KOL

CFCT

j

oniorrott

>

IM'M

.1

(560).

vicrroKiA-

this

or

HitUles

kii

IMl

re

73 24

M lB*k« IM k( M m *} kk n cz N

!SkI IM 4»] 141 kk

.

S12

4’>'p. 1444

KVl

VANCOUVER— CJOR (600). CKWX (950). MUTUAL DON LEE NET



A»ka
MM

m. ,

k'

1144 t>kS 4''

s.

b(

n*fi> >4 Moniraal

Waioanc.it. L)
Ikkl I*3k

.

KJR. —•'They That Ride the

Viann*** RntaoibU >KJRi. Cap! DobSti* iROL'

.

Albans Albana

(680),

I

Fid

l.td.



*d

... ....

KPO

BLUE NETWORKKJR (970). KGO (790). COLUMBIA NETWORK— KIRO (710). KNX (lUSO).

HEARING .iwi PM~SackRa*( Wit* (ROMO) feilesuis srosrasiMM *r* cmbsHm I UU Moibtr si Mio* >KJR| When 1 was a youngster at school •V . TW* Mas 1 HarritS (CJOR) room according to our standing in SJ./Ui AM -BBC. N**i 'CBR. CJOR> <^.int Mermn* Airsay Bifraat 'ROMO' MatiBS* i(3R). 1 ,-|-r PM->C1ab our studies Thu.1 those who stood J '.IvJ

4

Mat>r*-H*rn*. Pfd Mc! .il-Prooianai-. Paaa Ilarrar

Building,

Vancouver

Investment Ageticy. I.’ii, City 110 000. Vancouver. Lownda School of Commerce. Ltd^

.

3'

3

<14

110.000,



3 14.1

7.i

kt

i

NETWORK—

(920). (640).

KOL

141

14.

Home

Pacific

tba

«r

PM -Ma Perkma .KOMOi aa.lil HonenDOnn Hill *(Ht> >ROL> CFCT; 3 00. KIRO. KOL, 2 45. Ooldtn Tresnry of Boat iKXROi. CBR, CJOR; 4 15. KOMO. KIRO. FM - Drd* . KOMO. KIRO. CKWX; 10.15, CBR. Joai PUla Bill iKJK) PM -Rof Mlaanar. taUl of Couraso (KIRO'. KIRO; 10:30, KOL, CJOR; 11:45, Womati FbiUdsIphla Rynphonv «KOLI. KOL; 11:57, KOMO. KJR. Ballad Mualo
lU

of Motitraal

m

7

(1100).

KOMO

KFl N.B.C

Morning—8.00. CBR, CJOR; 8:15. CFCT. KIRO; 9 00. CBR, KJR, KOL: 10 00. KOL. 10:45. CBR. KJR. CJOR. 11 45. KJR, 13 noon,

10 to b^

3,

...

CilR

N B.C RED

Tucker-

CBR NEWS BKOADC ARTS TODAY

34 ...

p

Tommy

Storm." a tribute to the men of the merchant marine, will be heard in the drama series "Thu England.”

:s

...

Canada. Pid Hank*

OUi. 10

Tbaaira

iCaiL CJOBI. 7i >rwi .LHi WiDs* SI Oaatioy 'KOMOL TiMnay Tuckar tk. Jiaar Wapp ilS-rpuDd ilcbt bta*y«PMhi bouti (KJHi. Uuaatipnary ,KlHO> Itayaaed Orkm ••iM (ICOLl.

Wave

CBC NETWOKK-

KIRO, KVl.

7:00 p.m. -The distinction of being No. I claimant to Billy Conn's light-heavywelght crown will go to

7

....

of

gramme.

T

Canada

n

4

Papar

Wreck

4

......

loduaiilal* n. up Ooida. OS up I «1 Maial*. 03 04 bP 14

3

Fairchild Flart Aircraft

'

ii

Hdtal Bank

4 )S-

Cub Aircraft Donna/onna A

story

34

Corpn

Shawtiitaan

.

Deliverance

tlte

34

.

,.

lU

....

Canadian Brtwaria* Canadian Brawariaa Pfd Canadian Viekar* Cominrrrial Akohoia

Ji.ll

«•)

.

DKtiitar*

Canada A OominKM Sutar Canada Maluna Canada Vinroari

ts » 41 i.

M :k

M

.

ti

Canada Canada Pfd Canadian Invatimant Fund Curb

Staal of Daai of

Coo*wltil*tad

ARkNTSKN .

:»44 1*74 1152 1*44

Oisn4 Trunk

(BI

I44N I04M

l«44

f.l

IM4 IR»

.

l»> 144 141

2

Ittk laii l»kk

••

POMINlnN

74‘. 73-.

.

Bk

144 44

Ikk* l»)i

Parp “



(
.

Norlhaan Track 3

let. *.9

IM

14»A4 I4S2S

1M9

I4M

41-u

Whral 1

3

*

Ik4' .

U'>

H

Avkatl 147 24

40 141 kk

1142

ll'i

.

*

'

IM

.

...

Dm win-WtIiiamt

a Wamwnti't Ud nx

Burn*

.

41*.

31' >!'•

,

17

7t

R?»

Mar Juir Flax

Of

Ct»aa

1#

IS*.

7*'.

7I‘,

Julr S*Cl«T

.Pfd

RuUaitd Papat

Station

Lengths

on the Playhouse pro-



.

.

T

Laka -'f the Wuudr Matirr-HarrI* Montiaul pnrat NallonSt Bra*rr>a< Naitonal “’'al Car

t *

...

PMaa Bro» Ptif* Broa

in

imlAi\

Vancouver.

Key

MacDonald

...

Oil Imparial Tt.tiariu

1

Po“*i corpo

Dominifm Bonds

Raymond,

4

Oaiinaau P<>«M>f Oanaral Btralwarn.

Panman*

WINNIPPCi liRAfN ,11 A Humbar LVd PC Opro m«h Lop 17'. 37'. 7TS 77s

3 3

*

4

Dccmaiun Bnda* OMitnion Biaai Ai Cuai OotniDwa Btoia* Ford of Canada

.3d

OltaWB Poaar

\1urkvl9


A U

Pa-ifir

pm— Jeanette

wUI have w singing role when she co-stars with her husband. Gene

,

3

Its ],• 24

.

..

.Of t F M.-Csnadiafl .Uif Air CCBR<

.

6 30

4

lndu»imi Alc«hw iiiduatria! AUobut

fompaulen. s credit

as follows:

810.000

TODAY'S IIIGIILIGIITS

22 13

34'.

..

... ...

Five

Columbia

snrt one other soriety were Ilren ed under the lews of Brituh Columbia this week The list wu anno,inc4*d

tCXWX*.

4 13

Canadian

...


Tni» Thiita rallad txwi*. Jn iKOL’

Fuliita

gytrymaB'B rhaatra tKOMOi Nawi. Vdiir Happy Birthday iKJRl. Piaybaua* iKIRO> Hutha* .xOLi ta Noypity iCJURl.

93 1

Caa Can

..

Oi*t..

Jobs B A IP £

ftui.drr

*r

British

nraaati'

Coaai

Capital S'tata* I'nitad

Two

and

Societies Registered in

7P

...

A

B

lli

Pairataum

Malcidy Ticna Supi
Companies

Five

-Dinurc Mualc iCBR Waiu rima >KuMO< , tmaodinaviaa Rpperiar
Wbiuw^'cr yanr v- itr* nui

•-

Prndu'-*-

Bk\

Ntrkri

fi'IMl

Nilbak Ptruiii-r

lid

.

Ifoaard Bmiin

Mxntraal CoMop* Pfd Unutraal Power Nallonal Brawar.**

.

.

.

.ulain Mldnwht KULi CODceti Kail iCJOR>

1104 Cn Lid

Canada Otnrni Canada Mtitina

4

Laa* of U.r Wood* Ua**PT-Hsrru

.

....

Btaal

BA on BC Powar BC Powrt

4

Cayalicr* (CtRi

• 3 .-*•! Tam MU iKJR> Bob Oirrard Haporuua
Oi>:d

OolcI

Onld Bhaap Ciaat

.

RrawiBs Carpn Pravar* 4 t»:

-

11

7S

-Tba

Hand

Bid

S3

PM

.

Framiar Undai Pramiar Gold Rarir. McOunaL*

or<

-,-

Hoaard ORillh. Pfd Hudiao Bay M Ai B fntl loll

Rubbar

^ u «

Vanadium wattmonnu** Dactrie Alli'd

HamUlon

T



IMMaTRItl

73

Hnjlinaat

Oa« * tmp

Ifnltad

V a Rubbar.

...

....

eupariDSO

llaUa

Fkkal

aaimm

On

«C'BR>.



iMaaa*

Drama Bataiod tb* Rawi
Mountain »T

Ybur Pa*wtii« M'li>d>

BalV rai'p:.-!.UratiliBit Tr •••

24^

..

.

C'iii

Dominian Tar Pfd OomUiiun Taaiii** Oatitraau Pdb'i Pfd fVanaial 8t#'i»araa Com

rr.'lilPM -Tb* Banaiand '*•**'' Infotmaliaa

Wihksn*

HaUira Maacal Coal Sr Cuke tnti

Osaru Rvvltw iCJORi

laland Irvattmant

4

Co., Ltd.

-Jack ArtnaArans iKOMO) Naifbbnrbood Maw* iKUtOi,

Waitr Amulri

44

Security

&

PM

ablcL-r.da Gold Balt

Onill

metal trader 1-4

F'.iattont

.u

34

Pfd

Coai

Daotifiion Tai

.

Airrraft Airlina*

k>niii>d

vmiad

U

r

Do:...:., on

.

J

Btpdabakar Taiaa Cerw. Trta* Gulf Twantlaih Cantut* Fox L'ntpn Carbid” union OU. Cal tiniM Fa<‘lfir

Bralorna Cat:boo QcNd

Vaiiturr*

3k

.

Hart

Bx MuMun

Cerrr:

L»*U>«4u* D*vi«i Btian
Ucbi Lakr Upper Canada

Buy This

Will

V-jlr

r. .-nmoU

Tubum

l^

....

Co:-

Di*ltlH>r)-R<-.irsr .

W#

Vanalia

Caunowl rfMnaonw«a!ih

TtCk-HUfhr*

.

13 113

.

....

Crawn Cult

.

Twenty ralla. 27.09. up .53. Twenty utilities. 18.16. up .05. ToUl sates. 450JMM.

33k

....

CackNiati Piu. Coi,-r-'idatad Smaliatt

Cat

Oi). Oil.

17

.. ..

...

CPR. Com

..

Acaennda AralO'Canacuan A P Can*

Brtvan.’r

7

3k

..

..3

Pfd.

Cam

Caiiadtaa C«U;.ctr.

ftputharn Pacific RiiuinarB Rlv

Dandard

13

...

Fnundit pr.>uiwry

C. ;

fh**i

Bafaaa' Biem Saara H'jaourk

maiidard

4 *

Cai

(.'an

Can Car

t,

... ...

Pib,j,..ri

Canadj Nortliiwn P<> = ;i Canada BiaamU::--^ Canada 8 *iamuitp» Pfd Canadian Akvtio; S

ParaBouul Ptrtum Pann Mauaa* Pullman

DOW JONES AVERAGES Jones

Buildina

Packard

CITY OF VICTORIA BONDS Gillespie,

Rotaliia

Aniaaatraiad

C * K

dudburr Baaio BuiUtan airrp Hock

,

luk’.

PEMBERTON & SON

Prnd OtailU

t>i--.''

LTD.

Prauia Roraluaa Roiai CaitadMa

PlPfiaaf

Ca>(

fliaror

I

coliaea and upee Uva aieUlM amk at a*«n PuWM mil. aKaciM 1 a* raa«incH tbat toi aaeriOeat abicn ara l&cdoraitablk «calL lamili.t rao ba aaciuad a
Orar.dv:^^

Sao Ariiaato 8 h*rrii'' 0 )td»n

BURNS & WAINWRIGHT, csMiaAL •iTLOLSQ

Parana

K‘

Blailm

14

Au^i:

.

.

Oat A r*a

Parilia

ton Congress was c
Thirty induklrlsls.

Brpwar Cam brrwaua*. Pfd B. Uiuti* Pawrt A"--

Ctiamical

aa

... ...

Payment

Fair

Naiionki

Nicola P.firic

Ilrna

Bid

pfd

Intarcat

Oka:ia

.

Pmtan

'Jauir*

Alcam* 8 ia«,. Com Aiibin*

.

Monttnisary Ward saah K'ivtnatoc Nat Dairy Kaw York Caiiirai North AcnarM'.ii Arlatiun Nortnern Pacific

7.

Helping the right-about, brokers were reports from Washing-

said,

l>«w

UOSTKIAI. UIOTk1IO.Nr> ni'ti*ia*au 4 Sati*

..

...

Kicaat

tni

Jpnnt ManvlU* Katinaceu Copvri Luca a

slocks,

ParticuUn Regarding

Pull

Mndal Oil

.

.

Havt

cut

Mill

,

.

T*3*sSMia* t 4III-I

rauMiai

Oil

Monarrh

Craw

Ptckl*

Oanrral Motor*

The Associated

sixty



Hadiaon liar Jan Mtreury MtDeuaall Saaur

Iiland .

Gold

Prrrsn

compared with 465.430 yesterday, Oraai Naiiharn bound when the direction was downward How* Han****^ Int

.

rmd

WtNNiriQ LONDON. LNQIjkMD

VtCTOBIA

Utanwood Bai"*

Hob*

Bralonte Gold dropped 10 to 9 50 a allpprd Rellel -Arlington and Premier Border fraclion to 3 5-8 dared rracuonally Ulglier at 3 3*4 and Premier firmed a reni ai 87 and Reno wka uncbanited at 11 Among the oUa Calgary A* E>ttr.onion dropped 3 lo 1 10 while Caimont ai 16 and Model at 16 were Other olU were inacurichanged .

Poarll Rcitirn Pryina.’i.r orri'i*

.



taird 17.770 kliares

Orandvlrw looe woa off 1-4 at 13

Paaoui



tCFi

tive

R.randa

.

marCai

ic.'

iRaia* u) teal rablaa uolaa* btr'cwt't •

.

RM

Lana Corkuiult

McKanaia

gxiliaix*

FVraiaii

A

CUfUaa Wllaht

.

.

.

Melotrr. kfaraaaa

«T3HII\Ci 3X(H4.>f.l

Cmwti ZMlarbacb

..

OuM

LviUh

L«u)» Loof Lac

McLmd

Cruribia Btaal Curtiaa WtiabC

recovery

lire

fl

Kirkti

loll

Bnantha' -IdO

AnU Uta ointment wim the continued slug- Cl Prarpatt Tati* gtshnesa of desUngs. Transfers for Oanaral Panda ihe five hours totaled 451,630 sliares. am Clarinc

dr

Kirkland l^k* Krrr AddiMB t^kaahof.

TO

afi

..

CUiyalar Cunt. Can

_

principal fly in

Hoivcr II

30

Pnrea vrre AllfhUy loner durmn ngbi utrtmg on Vftneouver Slotk Tnmaacilona toExchanr* today

..

K*rd Kork

31

3

VANCOUVER. Frb ..

Uotlina.r

Bar

34

4*

ibdurada Palconbrida*

:i 23

Vuaailam

Hnnthntit

gnaa* rpR C a O Raitwar

f*

Kirkland

Bldaoad

Uod • lokf Ounnar Gold

< Bl

Acaanlma Offtcialltn trta 32 BratU Offieiai d(i3, Itra 100 Mraito MTO Javan 33 M

Rnalna

3

Ka*t Maliruc

banaruttw. td 15

93 <3

Bwiir'rland

BOO

Railway BaldwlB Lo«am»uva Bandit AtiallOb BaUi fUaal

swing In nearly four months.

The list acted belter at the start, and. while there was no buying rush at any time, the steady rallying trend was malntaUted throughout Although scattered Isthe sesolon finished under their tops sues many fivorttes closed at or near best levels.

Fnrtuaa*-

Bvadm

ea

I

dM

VANCOIkSB rOBONTn

REPUBLIC OF CHILE

Dau

m

M

Oaawiaiit- ao Finland- 3 ai nrmca at Hunaarr -la TT Hair 1 0d

ABaruan P * L AMrlrao RoiiiM MiU*

Feb. 30 (>P). The khlftcd from reverse

>

»»

nsi

Aidf/0144

Bralaroc Butrale Auk.m. C«D»d
Nrw Tora dp'll Canadiau doUai markri ll ]-) par rant diacvuni or MU'* Uoliad dtaiaa caou.



NEW YORK.

U4 •d

A)4i

Odtciaj

r*i.» ter UoiimI atau* dollar* Su*n« lO par cMii pr.miusi. wllin* II par ami praoii.oi- mutvalmt ta dlacaauta an Canadian dollart lo

CO.

UMITED lMVtSTliB.NT SKITRITIBB

NtW TOBO MONTBSAL

Prices Depressed in Light Day’s Trading n Vancouver Mart

MtM^U

AMES &

A. E.

MARKETS

TIIK

VCBT PLAt K

society woman who has token new houae In London says that

A a

tn one room she

of

modem

will

artists.

hang

Now

It's

picturea

known

Csnsdisn where to threaten to shut up

dm

when tbry

ore nooghty.

cfall-

"and what do

om

for botti**

This ogeertfseai^ni la not peMlsbed or dlBplayed by tbe Ltooor CoBtrol Board er by tba 'j miiBent et



BrUleb Colombia

THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA. I

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY

B.C.

JENNY

LYIN’

(ioin' }ty

on a Dude Ranch If

l>e<-hne



m



At the edge

|

'

,

|

.

|

|

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'

.

.

.

.

IkRtOE.'

NO.THANKI.'

LL «T.CW

I

a imall lake which

.

.

By Bud

MUTT AND JEFF

Roberta waan't very comfcwtable. Baddlea even on tlow^moving and ea*)-galted horaea lutvc a way of Howtorturing a novice at riding ever, no email diacomforte could keep her from ihuroughiy enjoying theae new, unaccuetomed thiTlli. " Marda'I How I love that name.** The young man tendered a aandwlch. "I'm glad the old bua broke down last night It gave ua auch a

<

.

T>f

croat'legged at Itejoreet, from where he might gaxe up into her face.

i

I

i

.

^srriVk^vt

m

|

i

.

.

ccv»f AUiso.

:

GCMtODLg/

cleAited Vhc tt onc«. H'tnt)

t

depth*. Tony Perrlwell helped Ho* He berta Rowlaitd from her aaddle cacorted her to a flat rock, brought water a coUapeible cup, opened a boa of lunclt and acated hlmtell

'

|

hbven

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problem.'

Ute council that the board cannot mall, and telegraph arrvloe on the way clear in the paring of T Siaah leave* ipuch to be deaired arhool estimates and Uierefore re- 1*U be hanged if I want a lot of mlt for the ronalderatlon of the goaalpn reading any lelegrama 1 council the evtlmaled revenue and cltooae to tend, and I don't tike to expenditure* for the year IMl and have everybody eee the addreaa of Jmy lettera If I write Inuead of aendaa presented previouAly. ing a wire Mrs. Oau. the aecreury. staled Why ahould you aend a "Oh! that careful conalderation had been telegram. Cinders?" given to the natlmated expenditures "Should let old BUI know . alloted to the various departments Apparently confuted, he bit oR the connected with the schools, alao the aentenoe board had given every effort with a Who a old Bill? view of working In co-operation But you *A darned good rgg with the councU. well, I wouldn’t know him and Mayor Maxwell stated that there can't tell you, Bobble, about my was not a small munlcipallly In the about what 1 m to do for him whole of the Province of British Still. I'm going to atk your advice. Columbia paying as high a mill rate You auppoae it'a all hunky-dory for for school taxck. as Uie City of Cum- MUb Parntworth to go riding alone berland. with Tony?" Alderman Watson alated the only Nancy'a eyea widened "Why not? thing the council could do waa to She a able to take care of hertelf Yet the way atie's paaa (he eaUmatea and st the end "I iuppoee to. of the >Tiir present fl»e deficil to been lahed, kind of a huilKiuM Uie Oovemment In an endeavor to plant, guarded every minute " Cinder* waa ' floundering but plunged collect from them. We-el, with her to rich maybe on EXPKCT nKFiriT '

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Russell Kealon

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Preoccupied with Iter own un> happy reOecUone. Nancy euddenly became aware that Ctndere had BnCUMBERLAND. Feb 20 Bcbool Uhed hU dlahwaihlnc and waa faaeAUmatea occupied the oouncU again tni at her expectantly. She eald Uj wite at the regular meeting thU week humedly. "Kxcuec me. Whatd you The aecretary of Ui^ achool board were wool>taUiennf wrote atating that the had been aak?“

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la

MARY WORTH’S FAMILY

danger? .

Nancy

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me-

Ucuioualy wiping knives and fork* mates and al the end of the year, "You re interested in MUa Parnaand when abort of funds, borrow worth?" from the bank and charge the "Sort of But don't get me wrong.

board with the intereaL let the board make a vigorous to (he Oovemment for an Mrs. Oats at this Increased grant. point made ft quite clear the trottees were opposed to raising the

school

Then

protest

Bobble

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got

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fM.ung my educatSow the tong nm "In short, they give you a pain in of thebe cowboys are very Ignorant the neck?" Nancy put tn sweetly. overcame tremendous obstacles, 1 We-el. yes Take thU Mbs ." for 1 had my eye on a goal . rarn.vworth. A* a poor man's wife "Uh-hub. you played football." she'd be s wsahout. That's why I amlled Roberta laughed at Slim this nM^tng. lor Hal You're so quick and witty, Uiat cowboy's gooly about her. He Marcia, and you do say the cleverwas allly enough to mention U lo PooCball? I'll say I est things Ted and Bmg and me. and did we Was captain of the learn played kid nimi all during my college course "He aald In all berinusncLs, ‘Borne Whst oollegr did you graduate from, of them mUllon-doUar gals has beou Marcia?" knowed U> up and fall for chaufBe Continued «To feurs and dude wranglers, and even cowboy*. Oimme a chance an' I'll shore try my luck. She smiled at SITE me. ahe did

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DEEDS SCHOOL TO ISLAND TRUSTEES

SUPERMAN TWERG’Sl

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EUSTACE

Tlie Provincial Government set aside three-quarters of an acre on North Salt Bprlng Island yesterday, as a larnl re.*erve for a achool site. Five acre* similarly were Crown granted to school trustee* at Fauquier. as a »i»ool reserve there.

WATSON EMTECS MIS BOAfiO(N&

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TO CLOSE ESTATE This larlve MeiK*. tfiaaied fOTner

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two

b^'flered

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rnicket,

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$1900 balanaa la arranta

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faored

•-Acre farm, orared and

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the baianca

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1

teima burs

Shad* tr*»« ai** •*»••• Pnrr Iraat pvapavt*

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$1475

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embroidery »«n« «>*«•

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Fornitnre and Effects

$3850

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as pee

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are la

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in

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CURK

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to a soft,

harmon-

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patiern

name, addreia and atyU number

MORNING BALC

Of Pooltry. VfReUblca. tic R4iN8

both deehtildliig the

ahort

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panela give

front

waut Beama May* uw wsmi wnooth and allow for nice skirt flare. 0hlr«

At'fTIONFERU

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on

becoming

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$2150

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bedaaa

evrellent vieid foe amount invastad ara open
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$2250

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$1250

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flwara

DOWN

$450 Balance |25 Per Month

and iha price

Lakefront

There

ao wtOTC w* aaaur#

will

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PTTE

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OAK BAY SEA FRONTAGE ppiiaum

HIGH LOCATION

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apietidld

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fruit t»e-v mi pvnrertr.

and aaraae

SwintrtoR I Co., Lid.

hoau

each

W. MILLER & CO.

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far

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HOME

modem thrv* fU'plave. eiacirtc i«iM pier# btih'r'rfli. saras* and *"0rtvhed Tbi* la nat luat a Bummer c*«v*s* but

da’e the aaid Jkck Rino»barr» ta diatrlbute Iha vaM ev'aU aatliiod tharebs haons caanrd euisw of ahMh ha ahail then ^ nutlna. and that the ta'd adminlviritsr oi* not b* liabla lac iha ncocuodij thervuf af Iha #**d aeiata ac any part lu any perasa or oereoaa #f whao# ciana* r#c*ic*d by n-lN# »h*-l *•» him it IB# Uma of locb dutrtbul'an Oulad at Yictorl* BC. thu 11*1 day* af pobruory. AJ>. IMI JAfTE RINOMERRV.

^

RMfOnKB CIURMINO CYTT RHfDCNCB tee location IN in TEE tN RIOB inOH LOCATION orrUATlD IN orrUATID

tb*

ai.arf.

larsa *l*a*ed-«n veranda

sarti'u'ara ef their veriHed by alafw'orT dOflamVioinavur# of »be eecuntloa Ml any full

Saanich Special

ftmiir witb

Ideal

Terw.a

home

loratinn

law

bathroom,

convaniencva

'

ronuwa

Bay Pern

Mi.l

for

BalMiof Iwaai Arraaaed

4

aplenvery hie* sarfien l*» at fl:d *^apr. wuti i*a*t*aie tard y, lie bark nf hnine and ’awn Ti tnvnt.

BRENTWOOD

uw tb#i

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lot*

yuje

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kept

mestianad ”'7 procaad uaans 1M—

S*'1lMl rjloo

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“V wiiti

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*'*' * errr

. ^ „ RBALTTIT LOCATION. |N A MIOH. NBALTTIT

1 clam iraAapwctalion. with an evcinm I* iraAapociation. flvo-raom banealUni tardea, a ttod eallani aood flvo-room ouL tulde aad and tuL aaleo aot-h aad and aoM tutde Law lave* lavea _ . .

OmtraJ til OiatraJ

GEORGE RANDALL

many

abd npen firapiare. kUcKen 3 badcaom*. * baeament

r-.>rfa

dm.na-roaatt

im



Th#

$i900

iir

Build v"«r n»>t havne in 'bla baaxHfui of tba raiidontial diatvlcL Hera at*

Buys frar^'

<

_

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allaeattpn* Pact Wet a, at Pladaaon* F

$6450

a half bi*rk t« lr»n»po*l*'.i 5f> .



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gf,.,

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balb

bett at lb*

A BPiYItXaB i-ROOM

I

vktada, Bviiub talambia

v^fTICt

flva-roomed port

circle,

pavmrni Lau af fruit and nne la«n« Apply owner. B*m 3417 Ptwe 14 4B4 f ei#olat_

C J9C|j

$2200

CaMeitt

Bov »tlt

tt.BM caab.

VvAIRPIELD BEMl BUNGALOW

CgCnQ

t*rma tbU I* tbaoloUly oulrtandOver II.OW rerei.lly tpent on thl*

dtatanre ftooi city tanlr# and

ALL

ACRES.

diatance wtihin haatlnd. two fara«ea.

tread

0

im

f»»

Brand New

WaiBln* near Beacnn Kill Para Thia prapar'r ran ba made to ehrw an

alaoya

vwa

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CMOICT lOCATlOH fOR AH INCOME PMOOUCEH.

.

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home

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REM

Wii. T»raP-ro4wed fittaae clearedAlfred Carmichael B Oa. L44 aite iraea 7341 Broad Bvreel

-

UPlXX. '

in

atovlani brlrk aod Artutlr in th# ei•tucru buntalow trwma. and of iba hiaheH workman^'

$4000

Pboaia 1 BdBl

uiisdta Btreei

niw

Ana tUuaied an»«*m*tu

SAANICH Vary a<«d four-roam *>dina buniaicw Renrad lAcatad riahl near bus im# owner haa aivcnt many bowrt doina this hnma mil Bplendld aardan aim et^l^

prupatliea

t4:m

.

•DWARD BPINCER * CO Phon* E

moPERTV OWNBRB

IdeaJly

raama. beverr.ert ftirnar# and aareae Could eaaiie ba aaovarted InUi dupiat

aiirarlive aardan

OOROX-Botan-raam

Hikh Quadia diitrict. Vary aKraciiv* live-room bunaalow with full baaerr'r' Only tao teari o'd. Two very nH* '’v"! iota In aarden and n.
^- -

.

and

city walklrta tn

S£1UU mmeot

#lt>rco

COCC|]

<#v»W«AW

alttaetive aauiof Dve rooma and

Olorieui viewy and

_*;*'•'**

WAAMiCia

PinMt via*

Lavalr earden

nMetaable

rROFEBTY WASTED^

M

i (AK BAt-ADJOININO IKACH DHTYX ' f and park *** view A,a-r*wm modern huraaio* Ijvin. rnewn <33il»' upe- Bt*f«ur bedr.^. each o: ^ n.tra dineti.

ROOMED BUHOAIXIW

•ppalnlnitfita

Wialr S4«3S0 ught and wtlat MTt. »"* »*M. Celon.U

ANNE AtlAMB

Rv

Beal

tntaranee.

Bawdi.

Torwat Vallay OH Batalllea •l«

Fairfield

C^QQQ

BIX

•landla «hl»

GAY STYLE MAY

BE EMBROIDERED

five-room tulle* ••

bfautitui

any

a*

Ofi int

HIGH QUADBA - Piea-roomad Hish lacauon. lovaly

VIEW ROYAL-Ver*

Oeaiii

$4200

Daaraa

CARMICHAEL’S

Bicljtivvly by

-

fldASICH tan ..7 _ AT __ UTTP \\*ArERPRONT

Idd terms for baianca to ba arraotad

mortaaae

aaauma

Investment $100 Monthly Rental

CpOnD

All* at

Johnston &Co

I

II

no pfWBkBTClN BI.DO

woh-

in

yeitomitonc National Park, btmie of which will be in natural colors. A flllver collection will be Uken.

Boorman

cash

I4b0

of

lerma



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UMtno

bunaa-

•ii-r*ota

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eirelitfii

r

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sil

Randall’s

Two

$2100

Btraav Oak Bar— Pavad and boala* Imral impcocemanl tojja varded earrat. t I3U. IMie ••'M^maialy paid up iJI Co Cooratt-Wlldera rath ,333 Brmiahiso Blreat

I f Uvmsroom tluccm aaem-bunaalv* ruom uliUi. opan Oraplace. dibiM-room. ^«af four bedronrat hardwoad floor* Riirhan watMuba. panp'oee baihronm Pull cement be*#ry Veranda *1 bark Th»rv ft no
ciaaay

of th

with ••!*•• and furnaea

Caab.

rventog at 7 30

of

Investment

bunoalow witb eoncaaiod PI«e-roum .atue •tairwae tu 3 more fooma In BsMinent with fumai-# and aaraae One blorb from it>a atanua and thoppino Tate*. Ill catiira.

Ptica

f*" rrn'tn* batemani derfoi thepe Pull price
    cb Include# iBi-rmf d*e«raflna 1* b.

    ^

    Outbuild*

    Oak Bay Bargain

    Mlllaa)

    II

    ST,

    DOB Caali •>**4 you imroodiai* paataa-

    •'"n Inw.

    dletflcL 140 eerva undar rgilivaucraa allalfa 3( arrea Bummer main road kituatad pltaaenily fei:..w i, odd It *W rash, balance trade property Bai I4IJ. Coiooial Victaria or diauin **5*

    W.

    CITY II.PW

    ran'ed handle

    coat t3 AOO

    ttui

    Sunday school room Oak Bay Church Thr alida will 4taplct scenes of Victoria, Banff and o'clock. In the

    k«lau

    $2050

    BalMlua

    PEMBROKE

    Would orchard

    FRASER BISCOE

    BBOfOBTON kTBtST ibaa

    S2S00 CPROQ «BfcWMW

    Tha other has aeparaia Tarma arata.

    Ro^mina houie

    It

    'aCRBB~04DOO ^,3,J ,

    ..

    In

    Go# haa « inomi. Jlocations piece bath. «ara«a in basement doubc

    QUICK ACTION SPECIAL

    $jr»o

    mefli batameni

    404

    pembertaa

    nearly ne* tun«ai#wi

    We here 1*»

    l*r»»

    Oak Bay United

    the

    Church Oreup. '

    $3500

    Saanich Farm, $2500 Immediate Postestion Houaa. tovan rodent

    Threw aeraa

    to«ka.

    • ctod

    II

    WATERFRONT PROPERTTEH

    Boa »4I1

    VITY- -Oupie.. 3 and 4 fuofu iuit**. *0 I ' Pull veparate entrani'e one Boor rimeri bamtnchi. furnace, •*MU^l Laru*
    -

    Tatea

    iocailon

    WISE & CO.. LTD.

    vary at A lew vary aalact varcala Bay and pm-jisr ar.aa*. an Roberta Bhoal Harbar. naar Btdney.

    Harbor

    Oansaa

    Eaty areata VKtoria. Vaneuuvai CoSoaii'

    '

    atu-roomad

    purrhara bunaalow c-n quadra Btraat purrhaae three arret all tlearrd lull oft tael Baai-

    u'll

    mah Mh noad arnum

    Half alearad. baUanca wooded: •'« mi.aa from tows. Small naw bouae

    H of

    BUffpices

    buUl'Ui

    Conyers- Wilders

    SAANICH

    per T14I

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    oaterfrant

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    313 Bcollard Bide

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    PLSMINO OARDNEB * CO.

    !

    conn SoUU mMQp SvOO

    dutrlct.

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    oood

    fraii irerv

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    ailon

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    tu

    CiROl'P lantom ^tdea will ba C. Corbett, under Oia

    Berlea of

    ihown by

    faaturas. Cainnial atvla- Cloaa !'• Iraniporiaiion and rao waUlni dulauc* la tawn. This houaa coal orar fEOBO to build, and u nai Takes ltdO Bevanua otar old Prtca for oinrt tIM mmlh •ai* <
    a<-rt.

    imaco. orparai* tarata Mndarat* tasM.

    cifinn

    pfopoainoo

    raaiiaJ

    Tasca about IM.

    Modacw QusdrE room otuec* bunoa«. hardwood flooTA modouuipmonL Pull aoment .nith

    $3675

    JAMES BAY

    *>U Purebaaa dupirv with

    bathroom mart and tumare

    A

    houaa

    w* badrooma up. comant baaafomaca pipod to all rooma

    -,u

    '

    Uy aXh many

    an

    «ma and batbroam an oroond

    purchaa* Bve-roomad C90nn S£oUU bunkalow m pleaianl Lar«e llvina-room. two bed-

    CHOtCB BUIlJlUta LOTS O®®® It>^L U)C*7I®«

    CLKAM

    WELL-BUILT

    af

    AvanuE

    nilUldo aplondid att-room

    UU

    revenue S4UUU Ta«ei !*• per cash,

    palioek

    Siailiar acreair. 1400

    »^v#A#w

    efTort.

    OAK RAY A

    M

    GORDON HEAD

    polL Tavei ISI

    Oood

    tfBCnn

    .

    17-Acra Farm, S2I00

    *it<4-

    13AHOAIN IN M bu^ebi. ektra bedroomi

    bfor i»o and aeboola

    r»a

    C^APtn

    talc*

    fROPCRTY FOR BALE

    |

    at

    tion.

    war

    aid of their

    House Brven ronmA lavalr landacap*d prden. beautiful lawna aplandld s Id. aap* uoaa. UviM'COum. •rata bath and tnilat. latlat la baiamcni. three fin* hcdronfUA •taapinc parch, kitchen and pan*

    CQflCn i#«aOvFW

    Btrknaaa

    furnace.

    modam

    eoubic'

    caffva

    floora.

    5 ACRES, Pour badrooma. ouk floors went, furnaea Oood loea-

    both

    EXirPTIO.NAL YALTEB

    m

    ib

    lota

    lacauon. I* aartihre

    COCflfl wfcOUU

    liUoa.

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    1X*E HAVB A \> buvara for



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    pm

    1 at • to the Womura Owing to IfuUtute Hall, Langford Ulneai amotig membera of the caai, a coDoert acheduled to be given to the troopa at Otter Point Camp be postponed On werk. had to thia March 13 the club wtU give a concert Bt Cobble HIU. under the buap4rea of the Women’i Inalltuto In

    Rooms

    Popular Lakt Retori

    Well-built ttuoca horn* of **»en room* lull bare-

    CCRnO Term#

    A general meeting of the Bm}iU> mait DramaUc Club «>Ui b« lield on

    $800

    City, toilal.

    laii

    month

    per

    ally

    ipnlad.

    $1000

    uu.t he in Pair-

    arakar*

    Taara.

    Soloct Tta

    batbroem: VtMmrot.

    diMrtcl

    Bald

    O M41

    •4UCC* hunaalaw cf five lane

    iraciita

    turnUhod.

    Caiamtt

    i4tl.

    \\

    -

    dl3 Flaw Bt

    H aPSCTALLT

    Bna

    ii»AHTEI>-« OR l-ROOM BOKOALOW

    .

    Immsdlata pniaaiaieb

    .

    bill

    I

    4 Rooms,

    BfY WAS SAYINGt ClBTtnCATE*

    oorta Bd. flma lb Ptra bouMt. wall rralad. flU month.

    dUturb

    _

    aireet

    lot

    Ill

    laarlftf

    Two haosM.

    renlih* purpoaa*

    for

    number and unanis

    U BOBEVEAR * CO LTD

    L.

    Bld« tIB Union Unlan BIdd •

    Owner

    lirtM-room

    Dane*

    Xmllaa Rj>ad. BaauUfuI. ibroa-badrooa home, lorae Itnna and dinint'room. furnara Lana

    small bun-

    la

    , 1.300 ta invert

    ft

    eath.

    Pbnne E MI3

    Arrada Buildim

    ^

    OAR

    Arepiere

    furnace naar*. baaamanl. Pamarote bath, taraae, eir only ihair caahi

    Mam t>M

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    Today

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    FOR BABY SISTER—

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    TOMATO

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    vri'erday Bcoilan.V

    Mr Black came lo Vancouver In Hr was Ihe original develIgbl oper of Kootenay Belie Mine played an

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    Married and engaged couplev and those whoee professions of love have will dtepiay auention. artracied good judgment if they listen to the

    HEINZ SPE4TALR

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    PALMOLIVE SOAP

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    1

    21.

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    head.

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    the work of money-makers, for ar tiqnaied ones will be regarded with Straightforward, unpleasdisdain ant facU should be sugar-coated ss much ss possible on this date, if you wUh them to be accepted with any In the ••embiance of gra--louanes8 held of «ports there usual rxhlUUoQ of

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    end widespread recognition should happy and well make y sattaflnd Your mdlvldtial efforts and thoae jour husband should make your Nana'.mo NANAIMO. Feb 30 marriage one of mutual contentannounced the mem and happtoess ao w«k to- Br hool Board of has Mis* Ruth Brown sppotntment gether U you *t*h to get the right rievk of cUr *rhnol» to Like the results. garded ax an outsundlng suocom

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