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Temperatura Yesterday — Maximum, minimum. 39; mtnlnnuti on the graae. 39.

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rtoudy aixl cool during fair tn Uv aftemooii-

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283— EIGHTY-SIXTH YEAR

NO.

NOVEMBER

VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, TUESDAY,

Three of Metz’s 22

tons

I9U

11,

ek;hteen paces

Maekenzie King

mi

niiirpffTiv Lapiureu n ~l

!

Ait

Assemtity to

^

House

Calls

Vole

for

of

;

American Forces Four Mllen

Ollier Troo|in Prew?*

Snow and LONDON,

Nov. 13

jConfidenee on Draft Poliey

I'hrougli

Uoiiiiiioilh

Cold Toward Germany

Biller

—The

i>P).

Cig:ar<*Ur Shorluifc

Spn^utU

three of Metz's 22

first

United States Third Army infantry as their comrades pressed on more than four miles through the snow and bitter cold In a wheeling movement southeast of the fortress city to within ISl-j miles of the German forts fell today to

P

Th" auTprUlng

rapture of

these



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outward defence* of the citadel came •s the Third Army p1ui)g«d ahead

I

The main prUe wsa Pon L Abme.

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/'t

|i9fa|tfV || IflEij

J|

along a eo-mlir front south and /outheasi of MeU. overrunning »t l<^si IS more towns wrie* of underground loined logether much as at bloody ^rt back acroas the McMlle to Uie west.

C* T

Drum

n Red Despite grey skies and a

EartlM|liake Hoilllis



“UDSlnkablr” unslnksblr gum gunt ||liler> fugUlve na»y, r»p. yfoUrdsy vesterd.v morning Norwegian wster* waters .f thr Nsrwcfian #f rr*mFrwn-

-

m

last

J bomb* RVf l^rasterv the Air Ministry announred tonighv .i.

earthquake

„„

^

four mika the Aoierican* were fighting within four mile* of the enemy bijw at Fauiquenymi. 19

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5lsed. with 700 feet of >f her keel

liuv J

IMu

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rrm’cfKr.

assaults, «:!.r

(Coerrubt.

ht scuihsai c*

ii44.

rapwelcome Premier Chyrchlll

turou*

recelved In Paris has had *n un effect on the French people

^

,rmo^l|^m.

A..m.mb.rhtth.Jomt Euro|^,Un.d wy.

CommlMlpn.

AdvUory

assorlatlon

TJ'

3,000.000

® WUUama.

O.

Britain,

soldiers

'fhlrty

'

the

M

Taking planes

Western European the French army. / “'#414/ ''414 r and young work- ^

* from away'

off

“landed

m

\‘Omie ae "'Omif (14

can obuin arms and equipment.

grrest

mmt

Into , ll.ld.

— I

.. ^ ^ Despite the he Prime tugged hde. the the end. ”thl to t^end. ^’”***^ jwhen he admitted he felt Ured. Mr. ChurchUl'a car was the first to have trouble when ll* Us lire •e chain* chains [snapped, causing a holdup They j

^

]*napped a secavd time durtog [snapped during ring

r#ntlnoed an Page



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of

the

m!

Mr

was

tour

Churchill s '

with

ot

I!*?.

.

Formal

» .4.-

Nov

13

relations

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renewal along ,

undertaken

treacherous

where

roads

W B(*lieve

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lour Mr his Churchill was within five miles ot the Swim border.

"

France must

rockei

ome

ogato become

bomb*

4

J

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’^IlO

MOSCOW

radio said orders Jiurio KIVCII given

are exirmirly detailed in Tlie Timas aa expUlnUkg the *-rie* fti nnsierlnui expJoalona heard recenUy bj jwaple llvinr to Sai'hern England. (

MftrS

Th* Gertnatuk wtU make most ot OUi new weapon, saja th# news B#rwf hefsiuie

It

4'*nltm»e«l en

Fags

'

f'inanre

HhliHMnf •nil Travel

Fmcrama

Hsmen't

l

7

Bom

in

Ontario to

1881.

i

German

University.

Before

officers Ullltcn

lah*

|^

r.,e

7

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Bond

island s

^7 mile* noftheast pl*lnlng his demand for conscription B..dap«t. Haiv.n a nil .-uOd he had fmii^ the reinforoement exiends northward through the pools 'so -so depleted as not to ensure Cxecbo-Slovakla, 34 the promiK repUcement of casual-

^

»"«tinl*lns to miles beyond.

j»#eapall.

of

biggest

^

of

ihe

RusMans,

u

the

11

13 Mr King announced Commons would a^mbk No-

\*.*.*| \..^,| *

iiiniimiiioil llUlllinitlon urday's biislness, biislnes*. was WASHINGTON. Nov 13 4^ — against a minimum P»«w«>n. United Stsie# suie* Un- M.W.OOO.

_

Force Unpersonnel!

offlrlsls

Marahal

Tito announced Ui a communique today that his Yugoslav Partisan forces had broken into Skoplje on

War. reported today Elsenhower "ha* an

the Pacific

how

1th the

nuuii

un-

Is

JOO

^

eommander-to-chief

of

General

ltop»ra»iv« need for

PrtetiUoner here, and resumed on returning

that, for toe

«rea^^ I

•'rival of

/

RCA

quota

at

i

level

much more

Seventh

ar.r.'pro,

mile* southeast of Belgrade. <^ntn>l of toe cli, would block

BUtes

That implied

drato on



ammiuLn,

MOo™

tremend^

'**•>>*'

®‘6»‘l

RC A F

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there

l)riV4*

in

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CHT’NOKING, ( Nor Japanese h«lf

and

IX

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Special to

-Th*

drive lo cut Chin* Chin, to establish a land route from Into extreme South China

MantoiKU

appeared near completion tonight with toe Chinese High Command rrporurg only Jocallxed street fighttof In LIuehow. A'-, near completion with this selbark was the enemy *‘-*atefy of 'IJtolnatlng American Bit air base# in mi. Boutheasteni iltolna 8outhe***f*ni «:to»na Llitrlmw "yaLlitrhow -va'' toe former the laat main ,.f State* aif base In Ihe area

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The

The

Completed

rt“»*ry transport

lehirw

will

Inprise

the

I

•«r*#mem, and non* *UI he for civtUan uae

of

Ihe

000.000 for the fund

maja prison

and an approwaa made

of 11. ftoo.000.000 ja*i year.

shortly to India a* a resuii of toe •''^•ngement. ---» No Canadian food»tuff» are being covered by the atuffs

.

figure#

reported

to Pet

Orp«4t; Vx t* lae.eaa a**eV>, • tMMl • •It Rurtl saS outr ifUna* c-

tu

C

ass roa

til

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ill 1

aea.iaa

lit •

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eat

Tnlkk*

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, l“l**lOralr Japililre#' Japailrwe

ll.at. »aa

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Only four amplo>ee rroops on Oi«

hems plariH for Atturk

laland

mum

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officii!

Ottawa Monday were

C-oloni't

LTiTAWA. Nov. 13 —Cabinet aoUfces di«:lo«ed tOfllKht that a mutual aid agreement under which Canada will protim. vide military supplies to the Government of^ India for the fhi» ^ j Indian Army Armv had ha« been K«.r, virtually ti *^*Pn»^l< »blch are to be sent very

Ladysmith, first Island Udysmlth. IsUnd unit over toe lop to the BixU) eix.l, and Heventb Hevento Loan camiwigns. c«m*inued c«m‘inued ft# lu lead-

ership to Uir Uie end 04 the campaign t'rshlp and reported the hl|be*i h»gh«n acgrefa’si aegregato on toe lalaod. Nanaimo 'a* aecond hlghaai

to liulia

(*oiii
.\cf/r ( .omoleti4>n

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iTj|||Ig||

J

\ eliicles

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preaent figure*, however '

ti}

Unit

the

boost

They / are m>t

stockpiled In to

'

Cut China

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on Vancouver in 1936 on being appointed «evicwM aecreUry of the Uir IlKUKai medical WAasy Wi

ll3i>4«.0OO. ll3O4a.0OO,

r™t

In

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celved mounting uver-thr-Uip repo*1* 1*®*^ Ulest latest figure ywterday. which included most of Friday * and Kti-

33

mile* east of pj Budapest

partisanr PARTlSANg ®*^^*'*^ INTO RKOPUK LONDON. Nov. 13 icfp U5NDON.

be.Ung not oily

erver

qiwU*. but aUo sell-sH ot^Jw-Uves beyorvd that poinl. awe;*

November

prltea

'* DOslav DOSI.AV

tills

.$12,000,000 t

ties"

®lle*duee»*to|js*7berenyaod45 vember

falie«i

to

objecMvva.

rwsrh their mini* loat,

offlrlala

re-

SIhUV

‘•toied toe

dealh from a heart aUark and

foJI.-'x

word* wrre HlMer

their

leader*

urlng

*

*i.

toll

4ou* ron-

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toe

Dpwlrok Hnn >lll>mannr WASHINGTON. Nov ij pF,. .

plwral

A r< report was — --iTed in London TO DEMAND VOTF. ui«et tola country juii a. Ihe radio t«^y from • person whoae mfortnaWASinNOTON. Nee- 11 jr - Th# United 'suiei Navy announced ttr.:h .how on the same aubNct produced Uon usually u reliable that HlUer Benator Oeage Aiken -Rep.ibikan. ,o b. 4ur.., .n,' „„i ;:.k;„'Snru.. "b, iiT. tait night,

a broadcast

whkh

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7

th? i^'Li#*wn»n’ » ii

in

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ixittlitt

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Page

.

<»*

to

--.c,

•<>

,

Allied

going

B««des hU wife to Vancouver, he leave* two anrw In the F Olen,

Himmler and

line ‘U'® 1

1^^ h

1

* general

**>ri*lion

signed to



he came

lo VlcJorl* in 1886 with hla parenu, tras a leading student of Boya' Central School and Victoria High Bchool, and studied medicine a>

headqua/iers

aUh

etcited Luqulrlej

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t'anllnaed an Page

S

• hkh open* tomorrow

railways ar* bemg manufact.ired by the Klngaion Lfwonoiive Works and (to* Motreai LococnoUv* Worka to Pe paid for t»y to* Indian Oovm»incnt and for which credit arrangemeni* hav. been eomplefed TTieae ordwa were pUied by toe Departmeni of M^mitoma and Supply at

wiih »he nve dlvlaiona to hav# carunltiad

known .

P**
,,4a»brr to

MGe

•HIvout

•"*

.perifytne

ahttlm

oveTTu’^rrlbad

by

39

oar

batter

North ftaanieh aub-unU had an eaceptlaiallr high itonding when

an

'

'truaied

s*j--^Ibed

esimated at toeir full of 6I32M0 m^uid mean prob•»«" kOjOOO men

of

163 per

Xjyio of a quota

•toenglh, which

India’s reiju *!

I

Pliilipplne

Today-* cnenmurilque reported five J*P*ne*e dJvUlo.'.# had been Wen-

172

India now benocna toe seventh of Ihe United Naitors with willed

A(

‘-aa •r-^nwnlj to fumlah war aupphea ^ar auDollea through throuen her mui.ial mutual aid

npe>t.i*ni Rooaeveh PreaUjent

Canada

/>iV in Hoifin 1/7NI30N Nov. I) 'V'F- Reuter'kl,

< EFTS RF.qlG.NATlON WAMHINOTt»N. Nov, 13 gTTve M.r rVT of Ham# .-Aecitrlly tMay a^reptad announced today Ihei 173 dvlUana

In hoopltol

Thia year, Firttamant voted MdO,,

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huT-

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body He ha^ gone to lake two week* ago on a fishing uip

In Ea*t Ea.«t PruasiB PruMla to "fight fight to toe the laat last

not Hiller

!



Karial N#te« hp«rt Theatre*

po^k-y.



w,

^

Greater Virioila climbed pasi tbs of Aeren Million for Ute Loan more than r.achln, "l93""^.'r w"!' ««P« ro»,» forb/r-^ ''ll'rt- •mmunlllon lJ»n .. is kvw mm«iw, Ih.1 u,.!"’during •rtog • ComparaUvriy UtUe more would ConraraUveiy .*^*^‘7* Royal Cansdlsn Air Force *guadrnna the homeland, He told live Ihe toe a newa unu unit honor sUndlna 4mnference eoiference standing o4 . .k._ that of 33 23 ‘f' P»r coni orcutacrlptlM, ^ LOun «hrth-r .n, Iruop. on Uta W»„rn nr «touth of flkopije. Ina 39 days’ planned supply of heavy "^f**;!*!* »t»tod that while ihey did MarshM L F Btevenaon recenUv » Dty of 65.000 which lies 1 JO mile* »rtlUery ammunition In Ifl dsya and *pe®t*cui*f tocrease relumed to oiiawa aft/.r ar* no reserves In the United hevond I7.601.J00. it wa* qull# posAir in

Just

Jfj t}gifif»se the/

? ;

1

an Rrldge

CilHaetal*

tlatll#

rttm

attributed today 10 the panic cacue.l uy Oillea radio Invasion From

rODAY'S KE VTI RES •Bir*

4 alhertawfi

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Mars"

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JtUS4*S .NffC’ r 41110' SAfmAOO. Nov 13 iF> - At l<— #t

we

iwob.hi* Ihe i«.t

RrllaUi

^

man' were

-

**//HYf.S|4>f|

.ruT

States have think «e

known.

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•'•'IviUef. 13 -There were Increadinc «iims c^\ona\ in toe J3rh that Heinrich Himmler had hart taken nver ax a. Nazi ySii new inaiMeinricn taXen over Ambulance when, he moved

even militarily.


Government ^

,

Nom”

lONDON. Nov toniffht

great mllltsty power

The

Is

'

4ka • _II I m« <1 ! t* | |« ||| § ^^H Ilfead itil Mair’ lTlill| ||| in (*ei*maii^ I1lcl||\ ,

k.

when he wa.

®l»es below Cowoverturned and he »•* seen to dUappear in the river. has ham^red a search

and toto steep valleys At one point of

sign-

reliable

Himmler

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COTim*ulm^^^ aays the Soviet leader* feel i^ertoln Jrance has » great role to play in insuring security to Wefttem Europe againai future Grhnan aggressl.m To keep the Germans wuhtn new froiiiiers, which the Allies may find II ne - *arr lo draw for them.

a a full-dre*# debata

1

here, wa# fishing

‘Inn®

a

Mi

The ’Hmek M.*«.a correapondem

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a |^toUon

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TTie Soviet Government, conlrmo (0 reports published to the United State*, warmly welcomed France's

,

4

CioJumbU .Medical A^a-latiim,

In

;

intention of

new agreement, a

to

'r.":*

behind the admlnpiraiion

indicated Tupport for coo-

'

aa* probable, there- ,^"1' ^ that forward units already poUcy. with encouragement batuing Inside Ja*#bereny. t

,



*'

**®**®® tog a

make

who

ence broadcast communlgtie, of the Jaartelek, live mile# ^

li

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Af

was alJ7«rsed^^m

of t.

'

squadrons in

Air

sane

^^

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ST

n,.

For Ihe I'®' 'he rest of the time ti^,e the Prime Prtme l*h between Minister traveled In a big blsck black

‘nl Germany wlU rt'd «loon and at toe end of toe Journey when theU pre.vent trade he shook h.nd. with hta French It was learned re- driver who had token him safely “«**«

ttImuieTa as well a* relations with Italy aaalnst whom France hai

wburb

:

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I

treaty e.pires.

M

ha#

Royal

Lite

di>ubtedly d4>ubtedly

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January

T ^

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tn its

announced the capture

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omcial source? -urcp. slated, ,(,ted

«U1 also serve

m

ih Cowlchan River on Baio**’’ tog in Ihe

.

STOCKHOLM.

to

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t^reny 1

fore,

addition there are •dduion sre large num ber* of Canadian* Canadians serving overseu

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4. many demands

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ba*l* on a voJunury b**l*





the

T

l^gel^^^^^^

open

ill Tl!"':'

Mj- King * announcement calliiut 9-Oeneral McNaughton the Hou*# wa* submitted to tht manoeuvre. . .. . in a speech at Ainprlor. Onl, de- Cabinet at a meeting Uii- this afier^™"*“**“*“* cured hU faith In volimury enh#t- noon and It U undemiood l( had tha BdJT! troop* had >, jienelnited lnlo,„pnl for oversea*. support of all mlnblers present. November S Ai a noisy meeting Defence Minister McNaugMo,! ala jwiciion nl the Buda^ Canadian Legion branch In Ot- tended the brief Cabinet *iiiitic thla MfN.u,hton r.cvd .f.rrh.«n, .id Ilk. Mr Km, h. t]»e attacker* had been thrownT'v bark.. supports vlgorou* qucMlonlikg from an audt voluntary the *er>i,w Moscow did not mention Jasa-

0^*5'

Skt*i- /kf Rosuks skt»aI<#»s»sk% lACtOVCrV Recoverv *v4t>VII\ 01 ISOO\ of U| Body

thf^ th*'

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C^ada now

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tAs

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Fi^lit

The ColonUlt

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jtour. ,tour.

to

outlining Una Uie Houae ut>eiui oim>iui aitd

Ih™ aek tor then for a . vote of Of rcmndence r™,nd,n« If thl* “»' «>'”» course la foUowrd It will 1» follnwed. .lU

„„ „ c.bm« m.

».»»^.put..ion,

f llticr l\P>48r(lI tor

'

prelender

the

wa* fxpocird h* would

"talemeitt

when

poaltlon

'

1^«1 tonight. U minimum ermiHhuiton

t>.#

i

ie^em wntmi

to

OTTAWA. Nov. 13 —From 19 lo Canadian Air Force Squadrona wUl fight agalrui the Japs to the Paclfir when Germany I. de-

FYwcelnGerT^inyw«.repor!^dTft Britain .nTihe United ,K. i_ . deAi.n.ted wh»t fhev des^^^^^^ ^ Commission tj ue-

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battle-

or

Den. de Gaulle was in the D«i parib. Nov. 13 t>P. PARIS. t/P, -TI1# w Prime Prime! Prlme’k. ^ -nt# French ooyernment t
war.

mllr.

b« Ih#

rc-

Mm.ruulted from

J..p

.....

live

IJ

M.|m~

brou,hl

of

I

Perpignan after crossing the Span- 'Jf the biggest training camps to Runfonn* M«"ber» cannot ^ orovlde What She need* from Memhi^ 'France and famous a* a **’®^>"* ish fmntier Int/i PVanre ahoaina' .”' hoped the offer would Induce CowriiflL? ^ up ChurchHI .tood In .n [ through the |^JV i. i I l» ^**^ *^^ * *^ * ^•
and

.dvuKrcTlod

the

,h,

l.^c!i«rZct^lM''‘.',!d

completo

nl

X

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14

«ny aiul

Aliouid

floor

k«'r'T Mid thrra wa* no ’JUMtton of Mr. King rhaiunng hia opinion In *uppnrt of voluntary

Prf.^. PTf.-..

returned from out

Uv

mi

originally set out with Minister’s convoy, but

pm»

on.

» 'M

>>;

irt-ttoi irr^tot g\f .'trr4.il St If# .'f

are stm in German hand* But thousand* among the there are thousands French' oversea* French; in the overseas Maquis and to MaquU Empire who ran be recruited If they

men

oclobm

out

can

Prime

the

IS.OOO-pound

from base." presumably In Russia, Contlnaed *n PagF |

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town lo a

uud^rstood I hat

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of for tor

A*

s'etei. n'eies.

units of

Norway. only ten llnished the course, the The suceeMful mission of the big mainder being either ditched bombers, carrying the new stream- snowbound or gave up.

mense

Tin,-. -dimrl.av. n.nr, . be heard and her right* defended. In Ha preoccupation with future aecurlly. the French Government Is known lo favor the formation of an

ln.vpect

Canwdun Canadian

n»»'

had been a threat to Ihe French Army. *j:.*sin"“'‘,hr“t“r’,r

Arctic supply line* to Russia, and a potential menace to any landing in

)

-The

13



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to

h.ught

rrmlororrornt poeilloo and recommended that comeky* ~>J'hrrn rty> Aodtherii ..,d _ and r..lrrn eastern columns oolumn. pulm, ^ . _ «*.*>»• oversea# o,rr,rM wrtlrr Mrvlce lmpo.,d. iI*onr /...r,... b. ,imposed. t* .Ithm 90 mUr. mur. Of ol . junrtlo,,. Novrmbrr l1 -Colond Nojjmber Colonrl Hilton lUliton rrRaUton eGerman commenlalora raid Ihe ^jned gned a* Defence MU.Uter Minister after iR..«tatuv were aiiempting to «iCabinet abinet turned down hi* propoMU proposaU .’irde Budape*., with Red Army November 1- General McNaughton tr^pw in Caecho-Slovakia likely to )pnliiled Defence MmUler ,„led ,joln Malinovsky a force* ui a vmi November

Japaiior

iBpeclal to

1

m

^

previous air and

By


Common*

ChraiologicaJ lUl of
report, breaking tnta Ibe

Tl|r 0.>

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northwrd- ,hd -

W''

22 Ma\

lo

p

A^aiiiwt

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PtrencrofooMf bv menr with The Vamoui.'tt Oetlv

Mtgl liy/ ||*// fti(l

m

1*

rxclungv or ftaivmrnth

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fill Illl WII

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today. capturing Ihr railway

Ntmtts annouTKed U>day.

nre and aerui bombing and aifaflng,

Hie Lancaaiers ktruck uckail0 ai 10 30 *.m a.m from a height of 5.000 000 feet, and H 19 riding along the Champa Eiymlnuiea later the ahip burst inio I *k|||« If .'.ee* were laughed off tiere aa a propClame* and turned over 1 111 ReconRecon .1 *1111 agarvda attempt lo make tne Oeruaiwance altowed Ihe ke ahIp whip had capman home front believe life in Paris turk- W,/ • suckI wa» worse than life In Berlin. ihf out of the water. AUhoufh almoat 1,000000 peraon* LeCCtlll The abler ship of the lU-faied turned out during the week end and iBUmartk went to her grave Ju«l a ON THE VOSGES FRONT, Nov [cheered the two leaders, only one few days afty repofis from neutraL 13 tCP-Reuter'*> -Prime Minuter of violence was recountries had speculated *peculaled on an imIm- Churchill and Oen today' ported. Oen. de Gaulle today mineni invasion of Norway by 100-mll. "» Uie U'" flirted "Irlrt with death *.th In a. lOO-mil. addition to giving France a seal over tortuous lee drive ‘n biluard ovrr in ‘ a bllirsrd ^^e European Advisory CommlsThe Tlrpiti. nrpiti. already crippled by and snowbound roads In the Jura ^ Churchill and Gen de midget submarine Mountain*



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A smtll United Slate* marine on Uve Pland i^.land for reconquickly evacuated, and

Annletice Day auempt to aiuiasMivaie Ml Churchill and Oen. de OauUe a* they

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support' of' the voluntary overseas service policy, with en* ‘

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PEARL HARBOR Nov 13 of»i Two hundred Jap«ne^e lra>pa o'-

t^/.— Agreements for the demilltailZaFrance in control of the mines as Was done after the last Great War— full participation by RAP •"•'‘'‘'nk forrr France in the postwar development of Europe, and the ”*"*’**'3 tommunique speedy rearmament of the French Army, were reached durweek-end conferences between Prime Minister ,, *”*1 General De Gaulle, it was reliably reported

_

mUMcaat andviigiuiyamiu^

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'ir„.d In > «n,l, .uriM* 6.»lr, .nd Whirl, .hr Ornn.h. wrrr (Ivr ,r.r, building arT*c^*i of*T^n ,,, .so non noo .ioo the ^ ^ „ wa* one

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front Iron. their bridgehead acroaa

200

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France

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wind, thousands of Victonans gathered around Parliament Square and the

chill

PoUowmg the service, uAits of the three dian Navy. Pacific Coast, led the service of hymns and prayer. •fw»»d forces snd veterans marched along Cov^hment Street. Lleuterunt-Oovemor W. C. Woodward took salute from a platform near the Empress Hotel. The program was arrtnged by the Csnadun Legion.

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Causeway to observe Remembrance Day and pay respect to the memory of men and women of Canada who supreme sarrtiice in the last and present wara Rev. John Furlong, command chaplain. Royal Cana-

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I.ONfKiN Not. II «e»>. |,onIKjN. The fferman battleship 4l.00t-ten 41 OOt-ten OenoMn boUlethip TieTir-

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from the Rrliiah-Canadiaii Netherlands sector, where Uie ^Ui Army c.roup .1111 h-W Itt po«uon, .1^.

Deeiwnlng

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Oeaplle lh<* mud, which for a time siowed imru um on wi» this sixth th# Third *mro Army im offensJvr, Amerlcai^ ly of lU new offeitsJvr, day td up of •snks nks an ad* **p i-- : Thicourt. mllesdroir lleadrotr into Many and Thlcourt. frontier miles south of the Saar fronlier J9 mile*

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reinforo^pments for overseas forces.

When the Commons adjourned August Id. the date for reassembly was given as January 31. 1943, unlcfts some emergency Intervened. Mr. King said that Speaker J A Olen was satisfied that It a as in the public interest that the House should meet “at this lime. time and had informed the Prime Minister he was notifying the members to meet November 22 at noon. P.D T. The calling of the House followed a statement yesterday by Col. J. J L. Ralston, who resigned as Defence Minister November 1 after recommending that conscription for overseas be enforced. He was succeeded by Gen. McNaughton. In a broadcast broi address last week. Mr. King .set forth his

with soidiefs reported cut to packs weekly In some

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would get no cigarettes week Cigarette supplies the frail also were low,

this

two

fnnrwp*

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tCP)— Prime Minister Mackenzie King tonight announced the House of Commons will meet November 22 and It was learned later on reliable authority that he will ask for a vote of confidence on the Oovernmrnt's stand to continue the voluntary system of supplying 13

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ARIS. Nov. 13 liPi. Tlie Amerlcsui cigarette shortage has spread to the European war theatre. Soldiers lu Paris were Informed today

munlraUuDa

wera

Ikited

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NOVEMBER

\'1CT0RIA. B C„ TUKSDAV,

1944

14.

Uiem up, it would h»vt made up the Drcember AliortAfe »ooti after January

1.

would have re-estab-

It

lished the pool! In the battle areas 000 meittloned by ‘ntr rematnl!i« the Prime Mlulstcr Mluistcr have could reached the battle areas ear^y in Frbniary. Tlteae. with Uie volun> leers

which would become available

durlnc February and (he following months, would, it was calculated, a possible sliortsge In the next few see us Ihroush until June 1, with months’* mlglii leave the impreasion tome margin That would take up Uuil while the problem was "imme* A peraoimei menthe 16.000 N R diatc.** the actual sending of rein* tinned by the Prime Mlnisler as forremenia could be delayed for

OTTAWA.

Ncv. 12 tCP) —Giving gllmpee on what he told the about leinforocmenU. Ool. J T. Ralston said tonight he had argued that home defence draftees

the

first

t'ablaet

U

711

YATES STREET

DrLiK trained as infants

Immc

the need was

There air oor or two other matters Prime Mhuster's suaunary of which I should speak 1. As to there being "no actual shortage uf remforcernent# now”. It Is true that there were just about enough trslned Infantry rein>

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Untrained men enllsied now could not be ready for battle until next wheiras sufficiently 6 000

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Baby Carrfagaa S23.50

RM

N A. Infantrymen In two groups of g.OOO each, as 1 have menUoDed. and tralnforcements in the areas, or being ae could be remustertng Infantry the remaining 36,000 sent forward, to taring Uie unita up ing as required. to strerygth. but Uirre was not a suf- 'to be available if 13. liCt me make It clear that the ficient backlog or pixil from which additional infantry to meet any unexpected Increase in need for these casualties In a particular engage- reloforcamenis docs not arise frc«n having suffered more casualties in ment foreSuch poob supplement ourreiit the aggregate than had been

trained draftees could be in the> battle areas by January IS. In his first statemeni outliiUng

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that in all. 42.000 N.RM A men are considered suitable material as InWhile disfantry reinforcements. trafned patching the 16,000

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reasons for his resignstlon from the Cabinet. Got. Ralston Mid there miglit be aome mlsconrepUon in the public mind as a result of Prime Minister Mackenzie King's reinforcement speech last Wednesof

tile

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problem is to speeding up Uie

the flow of relnforcementa which come casted. peV--“. Lily from the United King- INFANTRY CASUALTIES Insure Uiat casualties are HKIHER THAN EXPECTED

replaced promptly as they occur from time to time in the emergenclea

Our aggregate for

tlie

Victoria Pays Tribute to



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particularly Important

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"At the going down of the sun. In the morning, ws will rewere the worlds

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Chat regard The Prime Minister In his radio speech«sald, "When I realised that unless Col. Ralston's recommendation were accepted by the Cabinet, his resignation would foUow.” On this point, it Is quite true that I had stated (hat I would have to

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resign If my recommendation were accepted. had understood I Goverrunent policy to be that if

not

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there were need for reinforcement* overseas and volunteers were not NRM.A. personnel would be sent. This vrws what 1 had taken from the Prime Minister's speeches available.

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Brig -Oeneral

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of all troops.

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Headed by the pipe band of the W A C all units participating ,

arce that the Oovemment as a marched post a saluting stand In whole considered that the Prime front of the Empress Hotel where C Minister's speeches commuted the the salute wa* taken by Hon. Government to »hU course Wodoward. Lleutenant-Oovernor Under these conditions, and With the Lleutenant-Oovernor. on requested by ihe Prime Minister, 1 the platform. WTre Capt. B P Gerat once tendered my re.dgnatlon as man. U.C N naval officer In charge, E«.qmroalt; Brig. J F Preston. MC., Minister of National Defence.

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Gent'i Sterling Silver

Gent't Gold Signet

Gent’i Stone Rings

WEDDING

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call

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army ofDcer of this district Group Captain b D. Hobbs. DBO.

OTTAWA. manding

Nov.

offleer*

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district

DOUGLAS STREET

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from every military

command

in

Canada

menu.

frontal asoault.

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outskirts

Moaerer. no

official

figures were

to support the report* vhich said ss many as 1.900 men hed "gone active since he spoke at

available

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NO. 2

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1910 Store Street

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MILLWOOD

'ecnrtty regulatlnrv*

One

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Dodd's Kidney Pilb

sourre.

oommenUiig on Col

Ralstons statement that untrained men enlisted now would not be avatUbie for combat antll Jung and >V '*''•0 -rre needed next month.

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five

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Then

reel

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os you breaths In the steaming medicated vapors that penetrate to ths

cold-congested upper

Iweathtng passages Ses

how

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Germany

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rormsparwmt. are constructing deep defence lines in Southern Pobnd Ewn for the defen*^ of Germany children are forced to dig trenches Oennons sre getting out of Northern Norway and blowing up mUltary store* *• Hammerfnt. 3on miles east of Klrkenc*.

doesn't cake,

sclectioa of colour-

blended shades ensMre* perfart barmony with rour Next time you rwed fore powThre« Mowers voii'H |iko it*

natural colouring. der. ask for

It

the flagging spirtta of

cording

for Irmt^umnf

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Prof. Low BrttUh KlenUst. estlmat«s the present range UrrUl at aoo miles as "not impossible.'' but has no accuracy at such a distance The Times Asys the rocket bomb la

of bntllng wator

need

nioush amazini

Himer* Ea
Light

Fr
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‘hat recnsUing figures might be i^ued bi-weekly beginning tomorrow or WedTvtsday ‘These flgures had prevloully beeii withheld through

CORD LOTS ONLY-F4.50 PER CORD

MANNING FUELS,

Ampnor. Ont. November 5 It wa* indicated In army

of

miles from Meu The United Butes Seventh on the right flank of the Third Army lought to within a mile of St Die, sentinel ettv at Uie rnlraucr to one of the pauos through Lhs Vosges Mountains to the Rhine.

ftart

teer.

The word

r

The Amer-

The Americans were about four and one-half miles nortli of Mets at the point of clooest approa^'h. and on the oouth were fighting Into the

will amid rumora that there ha* been a wide^p^e(l response to Oen. -McNaugh(one appeal to draftee* to volun-

HOW TO COMBAT Rheumatic Pains

approaches

icans already hold ths west half on the opposite bank of the Mcoatlc Supreme headquarters discounted reports the Germans were pulling out of Meu a fortified city which (n modern Umev never has fallen to

McNaughton.

The

v*«r OMSrt)

The OerrAan communique said ths Americans striking from the Kosnigsmacher bridgehead had fought

The meeting has been desertbed a* a "normal procedure under such circumstances'' and savea Ocn. McNeiighUm the neceasity of making It also 1* a trens-Canada tour known he will not make a battle front tour until he ’‘cleans up hU present recruiUng campaign. It was reliably learned he will ou( line to the eommandlng officer* his views on voluntary recruiting and i*9ue e new directive on the matt«r of encouraging recruiting --e»pef tally Os to the method of handling hocne defence draftee* "

A60 Yata*

t

southeast

water barriers guarding Metz— was thrown acro.vs near Uckange, (our

northern

said Gen. McNaughton apparently flood of sufll was trying to get ciently trained draftee* to volunteer for immediate use as reinforce-

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LINOLEUMS. RUGS. STOVES. BEAUTYREST BEOS. BABY BUGGIES. UNPAINTED FURNITURE. LAMPS, WALNUT COFFEE TABLES, END AND LAMP TABLES, CHENILLE BEDSPREADS. BEDS. SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES, VARIETY OF ORNAMENTS ALL AT REDUCED PRICES

miles

Into tlM east half of ThionvIUe, one of the strongpoinU guarding Meta'g

inw were assembling in the capital tonight for a conference- -beginning tomorroe’ with Defence Mli»is(er

CHECK *‘ORIPPY" COLDS

Reveille

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DF.C and



Diamond Merchants 1210

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ENGAGEMENT RINGS

10

and

Met! These latest succcoses in- Altar Sorieiv provided the decoracreased to 17 mile* the penetration tloru with a pi'ppy motif Souvenir of Metz’s eastern defences since the attack broke November 8. One United States division in a gam of one to two miles entered Marthille. 30 miles southeast of Metz and three mile* «est of Morhange. where tiis big opening batUs of the First Great War was lought. Av the American forces driving head-on against Mets reached a point five miles to the south, (he Mg guns of the outer forts opened up for the first lime The new bridgehead across th» Mosene--most formidable of all the

the custom on BrtUsh naval

vevsels to pipe a

power

The choral program was conducted cards were distributed lo alt present by the Sifters of Loretto Hall with and the ceremony concluded with Tlinmas Wiute as solQlst. Mijut m the Natkmat Anthem of M'-K ay presided at the organ. The

southwest of the first bridgehead around Koenlgsmtcher. where the Americans drove the Germans back over all the ground the eoem\ gained in yesterday's coumer-atiwck.

senior It Is

7.50io2r>.
Front

miles south of ThlonrlUe. and was steadily being reinforced This crossing was eight milei.



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Units of Canadian armed forces taking part Included Uie Royal Ca-

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for the Last Post

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of

Re.verve

Gift Suggestions

SMAf.

occasional sermon was delivered by Rev. J. D. Lockwood. R.C.N who stressed the fact that In both world wrars "our men have suffered and died for the four freedoms which w« too must vindicate by every means in our

During tne early years of the last war. Mr Hart took holy orders and

ceremony.

UnlU of (he Canadian Army, and ex-servicemen l,t.-Col. D Walsh was officer In command

'Corciul Storage Since I89d'

Cyr,

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part

took

ples.

They were under the command

:

(Don’t Store With Mother-in-Law)

HEANEY’S

Rev.

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hymns. In which the crowd of sevThe guard of honor for Die ulule eral thousand paritclpaled. were Inministered at Fttversham, Kent. to "Christ the King it the elevation eluded. In the program of reverence Following his retirement, he came was a group of fourth degree Knights to sacrificed Uvea of the two wars. to Canada and In 193S settled here, of Columbus In charge of J. Neary Following a benediction service, by where, until poor health Interfered During the Moss and Libera the ca Rev. J. Furlong. Uie "LasI Poal,” and he OMUsted st Christ Church Cathr- tafilque draped In the Union Jock "Reveille" were sounded O Canada" •irai and other parishes throughout was surrounded by members of the and "God Save the King" concluded the city. air force. The memorial wreath was the half-hour remembrance, during Mr Hart held the freedom Of the hew at the throne by Rt. Rev Msgr which wreaths were placed at the city of Lnodon and was a freeman W. C. CniftpUu-PD. blejsed by foot of the bronze statue of a Ca- of the Worshipful Compaff^ of Bishop Cody and depoeltod at Our nadian flghltng soldier. T\iniers. one of the ancient city livLady’s Altar by a group of ex-servVnTR.ANR ANf» ,4RMfD ery guilds. icemen directed by L. Marston, FORCES IN PAHAllE He is survived by two nieces. Mrs whereupon the "Oe ProlundU” and Veterans of the lost and present A. D Hobart, of Portland. Ore and the prayers for victory were recited. wars, men and women, wearing Mrs. T R. Hobart. Bllvertoq. Oregon, J Antonaccl. RCA.F, was the mufti, decorations, medal*, and popbugler

nadian Navy. Women's Royal Canain 1943 It was In effect what I. dian Naval Service; 5th B.C. Coast 27th as minister, had repeatedly said In Regiment; A A. Regiment: the House since. S-l CC. and AAAS; The Kent In view of the condlllorw which I Regiment; No. U Vocational Trainfound overseas, oomt of which 1 ing School; Riqulmslt Detachment full and. after No 1 AdmlnUtratton have outlined, R.C.E M E Royal Canadian Air considerallon. I felt that I had Unit, C W.AC no aJteniattse but to reeom- Force. RCAF, Women's Division:

tiiiimimiiiiiiniMiMiiiiiiiiiMiiiiimiR

Field, after

SUNKIST ORANGES

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the circumstances but has not yet released IliF correapondence, I want to make a very brief stalement in

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EVAPORATION • NON-CORROSIVE 10

2

nies and act accordingly. Time was all-importAnt. Regarding my resignation, since the Prime Minister has referred to

Further prayers and

Grant,

R CA P

Oairy,

Bom

named Hart Lillian

HENRY’S GROCERY

& MEAT MARKET

RCN.: Rev. D. Johnson. Rev. T Ocukers and Rev. O’Brien. The master of oeremontes was Rev

A noted educationist. Rev Sheldon R. Hart, passed away here last week In hU sand year. In 1863 at Park Place, Eiigland, Mr. Hart wav

master of Rugby Lower School. athletic field at the school

WILSON &

rater

Bishop Cody then chanted the Podlifleal Requiem MaAs, assisted by Rev A. D Wood. R.C.N.; Rev. J. Me-

graduated from Cambridge Unlveralty, adopted the teaching profession and ultimately became head-

I

Cuitr* s

The.v^lce opened w ith the tolling of the catliediral bell and the two minutes silent tribute of prayer.

of the Royal Cuiagun ended the two minutes of thought, meditation and silent prayer, 'The air was tense. and many ryes were moist A chilled wind accompanied the iron-grey Ffliicationist Passp.s bla.st

Artillery

member them,"

Ueutenant-Oovemor

repreorntod by Major BullorkWebster. Among the guests were. Rev. J. Serrurot, Rev. J. B. Julllon. Rev. A. McLellan, Premier John Mart, Alderman W. L Morgan and a delegation from 6t Joseph's School of Nursing.

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three

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Heiurmbrancc Day ceremony was held at 81. Andrew'* Cathedral on Saturday morning, U;e church and gsUertes being QUed to capacity with detachments from the iiio

The volley of the large gun, fired Hon. H. O. T. Perry Minister of Bd' last stroke of the eleventh ucatlon; representing the Provta' hour to mark the bcghiiUng of two clal Government In the place o; minutes' slienre In memory of fal- Premier John Hart; R. W. Mayhew len heroes of this and the Ant Great M.P, representing the Domlniot War, was typical of the stirring and Government; Robert L. Bmythe emotional Armistice Day ceremony, United States consul here; BWioj arranged by the Victoria and Dls- Harold E Sexton; Oommlsslonei met Zone Council, Canadian Le- *T. S. Parsons, British CoIumbU glon. BEGUj In co-operation with Police, and Rev. j. L. W. McLean the armed force*, and held at the other* taking part were the Boi War Memorial on PnrUamem acouU. Girl Guides, the lODJl Square on Saturday. It marked the gx-xnice women’s auxllUrtes. an< 36ih annh ersary of the 1918 Arm- standard and wr^th r-nr..

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At R.C. (latliedral

on the

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w.sasHoina and

Rockland Heaters

Is,

hare

service,

>

that the summary gives no indication of the neceOAlty of sending additional infantry relnfoiremenis at the earUest poesible date The phxose "to And the meank of speeding up (he flow of fully trained infantry reinforcements to meet not an actual shortage of reinforcements now. but

Wo<^ward. Lieutefunt-Governor. Tskee th« Saluu of Naval. Army and Air Force Men and Following Armistice Day Ceremonies at ParlUment Square War Memorial

C.

Women as^hey

casualties, that

arms of

all

of battle.

f

W.

Hon.

dom and ,

f

The Letter

I

Vtl.W

0»>ari

s^taaaooai. aAsawiAT ai'tiLL.tan Bi noivn WAUr DOWS A\» AAVSi

In the raxUer stages these been somewhat less than estimated. Infantry relnforc< poob had been maintained, but dur- The need arises because the casuallog my Inspection of the battle areas an actual shorug ties Incurred by the Infantry have now, but a postil I found that they had been so debeen a very much higher proportion next few months, pleted as not to Iruure the prompt of the aggregste casualties than had replacement of easualtiea On the, been estimated, and the esUmaies advice of (he comnianders In the for the future are based on that emment discloaed an Immediate battle areas. I considered that such experience. problem which has to be faced That problem. My report extended pools should be re-MtabUahed at As the Prime Mlnbter showed In through the days of deliberation adnquate strengU). There were not hb stalement, these estimates were wrhlch the Prime Minister mentions. Infantry reinforcements available for The simple aiade most carefully. While I rerognlae that It Is dif- that purpose fact Is that the basb of those esti2 Now I come lo the future— the ficult to ifummanse such discussions. mates has proved in actual expertI feel that the Prime Minister's sum- poavUile shortage In the next few ence to be In error so far as Infanmary is not sufDciently complete to mooihs. try casualties are concerned. convey the substance of my report 14 It should be understood that on the problem, and reluctant as I stands for Style, liie sending of these NJtM A. men have been and am to engage In any smsrt Stleciion, snd would be In addition to the supply public controversy In this matter at of volunteers which we would be thU time. I sm obliged In ftime&s to continuing to send each month as the public as well as myself not to miual permit any possible mlsconrepcion of 15, The number of men required what 1 reported. wss not large compared with the ( t.ARIHF.S S1ATFMKNTS But without them Alxe of our army

Hot-Shot Boll Resistant

ITO imKiLAS SI,

I

i

Foliow'lng Is Uie text of the stateCol. Ralston: On Friday afternoon last, on my return from Prince Bdward Island, had my ffm opportunity lo hear or to see the full text of the radio speech made by the Prime Minister last Wednesday eVenlng on the sub Ject of support for our army overseas One paragrapii of the text, as printed In the press, was as follows "Col. Ralston’s report to the Oov-

tin

,

ment by

1

-

-

ro* •*!> Af All COSMfftC COUMtiat

'

THE DAILY

Men

Victoria Nov,

II

cf>.

— Navy

MuueWr Macdonald announced

Burnett, of PenUeion, B.C

fun

lo>

joroee of

.

the

14.

IW ported awlncinc ikortheMtwerd end to hAVC reached tha rtHaic* ot Bermerlnf. That war Ucs Uie moat di-

/\pproves

rect

Thetis Preserve Approving a

city

though wounded

to

Baarbrucken frontier on

German

may

be

hrr«

selected

indepemleiiily of ynor coat, thus insuring the perfect conibinatiuo.

Pirat reporu of Nasi evacuatloo of a plan that the board under Aldeiman John A Worthington haa been the Ueu-lnionTlUe bastion guard, working on tor months, and one ^ which haa approval of the game man, and »*iddJe Rh^ a,^.^ rommlsalonen and the Plih and

T

^r™

[

,n

^ .

enemy. July M-a7.“

and open road

within lha tha fiaar.

water board rec-

onunetulatioti that Thetis Lake and the surrouiKllng area be dcalguated a s^me prneerve. the City Counetl yeaterday brought near reallaatlOD

from a

.

eeparate a«arda are made to Albert Oecrge BtuM>laa, of Humbentone. Onk. who reoetved the

The OooapUiuou. Oaliaatry Medal. aeoood only to the Vktorta Croea »»««ne '-n»» ,

turret,

TfESDAY, NOVEMBER

Ummil

htmeelf.

night a lUt of 17 operatlonaJ awantt to memben of the Royal Canadian Navy for “good aervlce" tn virtoua duUea.

.

B.C.,

Honor Aivards

List of OTTAWA,

COLONIST.. VICTORIA,

Navy

in



'1 '

time,

^

T

..T

and amendment to the Britlah America Act. Dr. Malcolm

W

^

,

in

service

A.B. Vlchsel Kerwln of Billings’ Bridge, (3m. r»ear Ottawa, for reocuing a shipmate. LB. John D.

iDvaakm

the

Ttoe preserve will Include all the foothold In Pranoar however, are lake watershed- Alderman Worth* cloae to encirclement by United li'ifton said that rnforceromt of the States TTilrd Army elemenla and due prnerve would not aflect awimmers. for capture or complete leolalion

Nor*

of

maody.**

Except In Kerwln's case, no rlta* accompanied the announce*

tions

menl.

The awards

Included:

For G«od Kcrvlee In Artian With Light PWrrn af the Eoeny. July IO-t7

BAR TO UeoL

CPO. W MONTUOMSaV.

usrr

D.S M.

i.

c.

DAvu. d

s c.

Dvacaa

Canadian InfAntry IskOding Craft nlhllaUon. and thus the end of

D.B.C.

eidstence."

D.S.Cn TIotUla.

Burke.

I'anieliaa

lie

Motor Mechanic Ramon P.O. Only extermination of peoples Cadbara Bay Bond. VlclorU, and "thereby the destrucuon of resoounander af otatar torpeda boat. Bruce McCarthy, Wlngham, B.C. LB. Cyril John Pronch, Saskatoon sponsible men." Hitler declared, Third PloiilU. LB. Douglas Bdmuad Townsend, would capitulation result J.rom Far Goad Bervtce in tha Bdmonlott. "where It might be considered toInvasion af Narmandy AB. Dennis Han? Ward, Regma day or ipmorrow.** D.8.C. "Bolshevist chaos and civil war" Fee Geod Hcrvlce la Attacks «a Uasi. Jahn Thapman Dsvtc, Dan- Enemy's Sea (eerimanlratlaiu would be the first result, he added, can. B.t'. and the "handing over of so-called BAR TO THE D.^'..M. .MENTION IN DiKPATt'HEK war criminals" snd “unending colChief Stoker Harold Dolglas Bicbumns of human beings along the ( apt. V. fl. Godfrey. 1236 Transit ard<. 774 HUI Street, Vletorla. road to Blberls" would be the secRead. Osh Bay. Victoria, raramaodD.K.M. and phase Ing afflrvr of H M <’.K mnea Henry C.P.O. William .Merriu .MonigonThe mSDlfesto marked the stagLk.*Cmdr. Lome Samuel Kyle. ing of the Naxls* postponed anniverVancouver, floilUa officer. *nilrd ery, 1536 Wntall Aveonc. VlclorU. Chief Ordnance Artificer feoUe sary celebration of the November 0. Francis Gill, 1867 Osh Bay Aveoue, 1033. beer hall putaah in Munich, VIrJerU. and mass swearlng-in of "millions'* PO. Georgs AJvln Carroll. Bago:, of men in the Volkssturm or People's Man. Army, pledging faalty to Hitler and 3615

ME.NTION IN DI8PATCHE8 U.*f mdr.

them. Thov'ro top* io eom/ort, You'll

loo.

them

find

at your

dealer’s



Tboustsds Everywhere Now FoDow I>oo't wait saoti^ day to g*< rid of

rood*

•rotoly priced ond io ocveral

ducftsh besdacbM. digoativ* upwts.

aadbad

Ot

aiylco.

treat hi on-tlwMlitl -rtoon

—aed

Tocabt

Iran inoraughly.

gM

feel better.

ob\ yiwr tateouaal

Not halfway.

But

Iboroughiy with CarUr’a PUls, Tomorrow ni(in>ieg he on th*d»i. Because Carter’s Pills niBlalo two lime-tealed vegetable berbe, iKey are doubly effective: >*int. ibey help r|eaa your eystam owl tboroughfy gal you OB-tbe-dot IB tha mncolBg. hocbod. tbay'rw mt Uny you raa graduate lbs dooe—from 1 to I pllla -to 6t your Indivtdual tyataro'aasoas. Tbua, no grtpiBg because too much. No diaaiH point msni because loo bttle. Joia the happy tbousasds —follow the (htwougft. easy (* after o(Mhe-dot way to feel better. Over a blliion aotd laat year. Get Carter's PUIa at any drugstore - 3V. Take tonight as directed - tomorrow irnming you'll fatl bettor beeauee you're

LECKIE 5lroohum

MW



ae-thodot agalo.

David

Walter

Oreoa,

remmaadlag

Victoria,

unconditional reactance to the Al*

affleer,

Ues.

ATHENS. Nov

13
II.M-CB. Reatlgaoche prerlaoaty mountain menlieaed in dUpalchea. planted a Canadian flag heeide their Ueiii WlllUm P, Hayes. Bwlft own after the capture of the Italian Current. Bask. seaport of Rimini, was offlrUJly reGanner Geoffrey Herbert Barrlrk. ;

Victoria.

C.PO BG:

march

W. H.

Arellng.

ihrttugh

Burnaby, Athenians.

lines

of

chrering

fishermen and boaters. He hoped eoon. that lame game birds and deer would In each ca«e. twin brldgelieads eventually be on view for rlsltors to threaten to cut the last communlcathe lake. tions and cecape routes from both On a second water board recocn* towns. ThlonvtUe at the north end mendatlon, the City Council decided of the le-mUe Moselle span between apply again the con* to

stated.

i

(or the

Ontaria

7^

Increase

ITioinas

P.O.

AlgnoU

of

approka! by the

visitor.

session of the Legislature.

Germany

are

all

thM remain

In

lltijti

AfillUiii

Thirty-one

Dinner

memben

the Nted line to the etmtheaet TTiese two inner prongs of the American

of the 31st Assoclstlon. at-

attack, at last accounts, were wtthtn roughly 10 mllee of Joining hands to

tended the annual dirmer In the Douglas Hotel Iasi Saturday night.

complete the encirclements of the ancient but powerful Meti fortified

Alberta

M

Battsllon

W. Dawson was the chairman

lone.

Veterans paraded to 8t John's It looks on the maps, however, as Church on Sundsy night and were entertained In the rectory by Rev though the Third Army drive with flanking support by the FrenchGeorge Biddle after the periicr. Officers installed at the dinner Ameriesn Seventh Army to the south were James Eians. president; T. has even breeder objectives than Ross, vice-president; W, Prsser. forcing open the I^rmlne gateway xecreUry: Rev Biddle, chaplain; A to the German frontier. An srmCarter and A Chalmers, auditors: ored flying column which has already Mr Dawson. A B MeTlvride T Y —ut tTie MeU-Sarr?^'usarg raltread Baldwin. R. pyrric, mllee J Lawson wmt of BenestrofT. eeme and Cspt. J. WsUon. execuilve southeast of MeU. Is uoofDclaUy re*

M

FURNITURE CO, 737 YATES

M

W

Cyril

flavaji.

Hugh

To Control Saar I

clde In the first debboratitms of (his question the commission assigned Eastern Germany to RuMla, the southern area to the Untied Btateo and Northwestern Germany

WORK

to Britain.

GRAPEFRUIT SPECIAL

BOOTS

Te.xrt.s,

ARRIVED

JL’ST

liiml**'

Tat* asint

*



70'f

fiui •!

Ponlgn Becretarjf Bden. who sc compsnied Mr. Churchill (o Paris for Uw ronferences with the Ftencb Government leaders, has rehirned to London, it was announced Monday night. TTie announcement made no mention of the Prime Minister.

A dispatch tonight ‘from the Voagea fpoot In Prance «tld Mr Churchill visited French First Army troops there today Mr Churchill and Oen. de Gaulle were reported to have shelved such .•(peelflc problems the Kalian Levant question and Spain to concentrate on general principles fur com-

F»nK 5«pwly *f Hilibvl Lwfr 0»( Caswlti

When

the BurliD|rton **Zrphyr** aped like silver bullet (rom St. Paul to Chicago in 1934, the fame atrurtural material rang around the world. True, had been used as early ae 1916. but for the Brat time the amazing atrengtb and mat proof quaiitiea of Stainleaa Steel were utilized by modern deaignera and coginerra to revolutionize railway conatruction. TIua new train was completely encased in Stainleaa Steel (8% Nickel, 18% Chromium), to thin yet so atrong 'v. that weight and ojierating coals were reduced, and hours cut off its running time. )j

OD

mon action. The afternoon press— there

t

t

are

no morning newspapers- continued (o sound am exultant note.

still

Ta bar raw cmI h«*n

Liberation Soir said that by France's admission to the European

Kiwgliam’t mo'

Commission "an Intolerable and

«d*K« Mial It tawi
li

In

It

M

karil to

mate Sairvcntt

ynnMfln

Hitler^flinimlrr rontlnued from Fags

W

affairs

tsld Bsuebruch st possibly even today,

Ume. and was known among

*>ne

strongly

hU InUmatoa

six

said pa.va«res in



^

had been

name sourre

Tlie

spotted

oa

He expressed

anil-Nari

aurprlse that the surgeon called In

had

he

0mm

ti«lH

to* revfK *«rv>w.

SImmm

W

fisHy ih«ck

and

rtorWlM.

\

-J 1

Today Onadian Nirkel la again diverted to war purposes, and again the industry looks to the future with ronfideore. Plans are ready to develop and expand old and new |>earetime markets, so that the Nirkel Industry may

continue through tiative stiil

Hitler's

to the death" proclsmalkm yesterday that had been taken from the Fuehrer's book. *'Mein Kampf." snd others that clearly came from some of his old speeclws He expressed belief the proclamation had been written bv someone other than the man who gave the excuse that he aa.n "too busy” to come to the Officis]

have tof

Wa

British

always been

commenting on

(>«er,

•Sk
etaH.

WIU HUP USMAKf BiTUR LAMPS fOR YOUR HOME

w

macborited wor, mooy #Narent types of liurdy, ftboble Cdtoen

Meado

lofspt

hove keen developed. The esperience golned from wmldng tweb lomps h even new being put me In fbe mem/foeture of dependable, \ eceneniKol Sdiion Motdo tomps \ fer yowr home.

M

sources,

cautious

Httler

rumors

which about in the

pt-*V ossertod flatly that the proc" lamation had a "phofwy ring The most widely accepted belief here wa« that the nnwlsmatlon. which carried the solemn overtones of a iMt-ditch appeal. wa« a ghnaiWTlflen effort by Himmler snd OoebtoeU to curb rumors within Germany of Hitler's UlneM or death Germans have not heard a broadcast by Hitler since July 21. when a voice purporting to be his spoke over the radio to announce that a plot against hW life the preceding day had been thwarted *The proclamation In HlUers name said "I consider my duty to eonalat ter-; In delivering speeches than in praparing snd carrytng

mSdAf MAZDA y

UMPs

.

THE INTERNATIONAL NICKEL COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED as

NINO

STNIKT WIBT, TORONTO

its

and enterprise, greater

own Inlto make

contriliutions

Canada's welfare.

mlrfophone

•Uisd

new

the war markets lo«t in 1918.

“fight

tome - Om>s''*A

Another

for Nickel with far-reaching {leacrtime possibilities was tliut de* velojied to replace and overshadow

a -

;

industries.

market

m\

Oermsn

«rt«a

chemical

l\

I

terxllng plivalcUn regularly atUc^f
to hla staff

Profsasor Horsier, an brain aperisUst who treated Field Marnhai Rommel before he died, and Profesoor Sauerbrurh. one of Germany's moat prominent aurgebns. Sauerbnirh operated on Hitler about eight years ago for whsi he c«)led a nonmallgnant growth the Fuehrers throst A person cIom to

T«to

V^klwSia^

\

ouUtandlug

MAKING lAMPS for TANKS

this alloy was being used in airplanes, automobiles, hotel and hospital kitchens, in the pulp and pa(>er, oil and

Soon

Injustice

U righted" '’Frsn<.e has regained her place among the great powers."

cicjn.

Brat run

new

Stainleaa Steel

u

CM T a B «_ PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS

its

of a

to

Is

oMha

AN ELEGANT SELECTION OK COFFEE TABLES ON DISPLAY

Ger-

Purchase of I.ISO feet of ten-inch man hands. Meti Is In little belter case. 7*wo wood water pipe and 430 feet of gsl* vanlsed pipe for diversion of the railroads and four highways cen Sooke wat^ main made necessary trlng there from the east are etlU by construction of a bridge, was au* open, but gravely menaced by the thorlsed. Coei will be American crossing of the Moeelle north of the rity and the forcing of

Grantham. Winnipeg. LB. John Maurice PltU, Regina.

('entinoed from Pago

With him

intUtulf

^n

Edward Moorcroft,

Signals William

newspaper

Douglas MacLennan. secretary

MrU

Vancouver.

Yeoman

in

dUcuulons, public opinion polls and radio programs wsa noted with



Victoria.

fltreei,

Yeoman

('htef

pari,

and world

wide.

CP.O. Clement CeeU Wallace Man. 145

Herbert Gordon Wlloon, 3661 nah Avenue, Victoria.

most

lutercdt In

public afTaln, both local

I

provincial seems certainly doomed. It and troUer of water rights for amend* cut ofi by American Rirnt to Uip. Wstec Act bf the Leg* It bfu islature to give the city full rights farces from direct contact with Mete A single highsray and to Leech River water. The council and Onry sought this smendment at the last rail stem leading southeastward to to

Canadiana.

had taken a more acQve i

,: ; ;

naval

at

rtflrs,

well

41,000

Frank

ICellry

__

Piom

the decks of ships pauiiig Oeorgia siul over south waters In daylight hours, when the weather was clear, frequcntly the rase

CONBCBimON Mackenue air, — Mr

north

Btrall

Other Coantrvess

All

members

the

The tabie »m> atUaeUvwly deco* rated with antirrhinums, toUage and

.

.

like

.

Germany

by veterans expressed

tor the

evenuif's entariainment.

-

T

W

1M4

IROAD ST

1239

|

Dominion-wldt

,

L

Col. J

Ralston,

now

abinri. has

who

aloud by bis con-

.

Dominion

Particularly appealing are the lake* of Strathcona Park Of the little ones, nestling at Iha foot of

view of the conditions which I found overseas, some of which I have outlined, and In

alternative but

to

lelt

that

recommend

1

that

{

to fiaor

unds

aaJaa

Its sides broken with bold deep Into promontories Jutting water, between which are found shingle beaches and little deltas, on which excellent esmpsite* can be located

Said Col. Ralston, in part

I

gwtog eofioo

dan SSaaiorn

Lake. south.

IS

after full consideration,

OMlAVtST

glactera or rimmed by mountain meadows, there are quite a number. The largeat one of aU la Buttle It Ues almost north and

deKfibed m Col, Rkiston s own one that will alarm every thinking If this does not individual in the country force the Government to act nothing can or situation

'

the

above

their aircraft wlr\g land at aome height.



any impresplanation hr gives the lie iion left by Prime Minister King or otherwi« that there is no urgency in the situation which prompted hia rejected advice about using Canada's trained armv at home immediately 1 he for infantry reinforcements overseas

Will

Nku a

|

can

In his Ex-

explained why. direct to

words

t

COAL

J.

O’ConneU and Mrs. Grosart

W

Lie Direrl

viction.t to the point of leaving the

M

Hall

[

Suksenbere In ordering change of address should be particular to give both old and new addreviea

i

of ita

oou:kU

the

KIRK’S

A musical program, with Mrs. Oroaart st the piaon. was sr.Sgl -Major Mrl^an. The ranged thsnks to Mrs flags

is

an oyster on

the halt shell than the core of a fortreas w The Jst«;iese fleet had Its outing The United States



AU aubscripisous payable ia advance. Mail sub* acribers are requested to rnske all remiitances direct to The Daily Celomst.

14.

cummuiiiqueA" becoming more

TOSIGHT

tn

CUy

neU.

cautioned readers. **Do not believe nunors Rely upon German war

is

House of

the

of

Germans must stiU have a sense humor. A Berlin newspaper

Park

BtraUtcona

l./a

Tasaday, Navamber

of

quoted as stating that the majority of

an

r f ^ u f CTsAe ss U1 sbou t Churches ‘ scrlptlon for -1 mid that aU churcht. sUnd for McLean. J bergent, O. Leigh. A never failed to DavU. D. Ma.\weU. J. Calms, challenge eyes at aU suacepUble to In any church there is lr«m. T Orckton. J. Oroaart and ^ hmvo common Delay wlU have natural grandeiu'. people to decide. B Walker 1^,, Since the airplane has made sky tragic consequence*. reverence toward ROBERT D. HARVEY. Dojty. selt-dlsclpllne. unselflshne^ travel possible, others have seen a lot of Strathcona Park from the purify. S16 Central Building. Victoria. B.C.. honesty. eonsclenUousnese. Until the present time. top side conviction, duty to to November IS, 1944. loyalty however, only a limited tew can five trails and all those family, you close-up eye pictures of wnal CONK( RIPTION which go to make up a real man can be found below the distant, Sir—I see It Is reported on the These things have always been in peaks you may have seen from a church, and they always will front page of todays QplonUt that the vessel, or enable you to aense the Local branch of the Red Mackenzie King has be” Minister Prime charm of lake and upland which Dominion Cabinet that Croas Soiiety infonned us a typecttf only glimpse told the plane passmger.v

—S20M

-

-

King

annua! mretlng Inn i«cently the ciMinter enjoyable dinner waa oclock lunifttL hoeiasa. Mrs P. O'Conrullurd

at

served b>

have admired the skyline M «ns sSiMi win ss loMnsS wJikh the Creator fashioned In the No IMIMov«r usasturs smI lbs ptoptt •seem nus ruJ« sCmlu central areas of Vancouver Island odCiMi ol UM enter No IMUX tbovie oscood DO oscseUas between tiic ridges o( the Beaufort of UbMllcilort oerro* 900 worSs ! MnotA ftanfc and Victoria Park •pooStDM ooDDoi b# rettfratS.

^ers

in

MEmNG

Sail Spring Vrleraas 'Hw Society fcM- the pTrventlQo to AnimAiA wlU bold The South Salt 8pnn< wWraru OruNty

Observation

fathered

TTTTTTT^T^

To Yearly Mofltniy

TNr

M

when

May. l‘>41. after aircraft had trailed 1 he 1 irher half way across the Atlantic. pit/ was seriously damaged several times, recently by British midget submarines, and on other occasions by larger submarines ahd by She had bombers of the Royal Air Force been moved in recent months from Alten

Navy

Park

Stratheoria

toni.

ANNUAL

•ocneUUng tn the way of catabUchtng playgrounda for the people in thU part of Canada.

a deckload of anti'

ai

weaponi. She waa repulcdtv of and of that 16.000 tons wrie fupposed to be in her armor, which was thick on deck and about the vitaU of the ship. Her fell to Uie Royal Bismarck the sister ship

aircraft

'

,

HAVOkSm CMSt& CONSCRIPTION

LOCATED BY JOHN BUTTLE

SANiMIM

That by horror than were men probably aerounti tor some of the Heard In a Yates freak hau evi- 6tiT«>t rate bet that guy U I'll .

8tr _Tbe Prime Biinuter U B'JtUe lAke l» named after John footsteps of roakUig lota money" •Wliy'* of Buttle, who Raw it flrat In IMS, dently following In the The Because I heard yestarday a rewhen he was rent out on an explor- Kings Relioboam and Ahab. and received wise ceiver waa to be appointed to aoaut atory trip by Colonial auihorltie* forsacr asked lor. against a reailer; -A . him” Because U euU through the park advice, turned It down, acted hU of majority great says. of the 'U b harder lake will proverb the Chinese for a matter or 18‘= miles, thla grievously lost out The to be poor without complaining will be the main starting point for people, and adlhan L' be rich wUhout boasting the greater part of ihe park ares latter asked Prophet Mlealsh'* acaliv:* tt. Boastfulneas to nm As It northerly end - easily sp- tire and went dtonaissed and rebuked Three to a »ayiralt ot luiaractrr proarhed from Campbell River, the after he had prophesying A boaater and a Uar ar* flm matn entrance will be somewhere Uie man of God for not A trail of what he wanted He then went to In thir neighborhood things toretell sorts has been In exLMence more or tbxwe who would truth, Uic to conlraiy less since the sres was set aside pleasant but sound advice by Sir Richard McBride and hU the utter disregard of Oovernmeni some thirty-odd year* proved fatal tor King Aliab.

had no the Na-



tional Resources Mobilization Atl personnel he aent overseas as reinforcements. I felt that

Emm

My recommendation was not fighting men accepted, nor could I get any aaiurancr that that tl>e Ciovrrnment as a whole eonsidered the Prime Minister’s speeches committed the Ciovernment to

and

ditions,

Under

this course.

these con-

by the Prime Min-

as requested

at once tendered my resignation I Minister of National Defence

as

ister.

'

All

honor to

Ol

Ralston,

who

the

Mr. King,

in his reply to

who

had led

this

l^m

country to believe that there was no question of immediate reinfortements but only a theCot- Ralston oretical problem for the future. IS entitled to the fullest possible understand-

'

ing ot his courageous and manly reply. The reasons influencapeaks best for itself ing his judgment he gave as follows.

that

Hatton f.ouponn

! «/iV/

'

You pay oothini mora— no hiddea

women—

FoymaMa

fa

fit

A

coala

46 each - * monthly iitolalmenU total otlllJU—c'AtsflJ-^ It repaid 117 ID «x monthly icMtslmcn*s ot L»rh a tiOO loan costa only 97 10. You ara alao vetrorM to repay your Ima ahaad o( achadule at any tune lo radu< a th* coat. Paymania ahown la tba labla repay principal and charft*. Our rata ol charie cgiven bckiuj inrludeaever>'thui<<

M

^

chariea,

oo

6100 kiao repa^

w

fee* or astraa ot

Mfh

your bvdBWt

Nolica ui tha uble baiuw that you nay repay fftai loan tn 2 lo IS monthly Kuialmenti. If* w»e to repay at rap^y at your *n«*c»e and eipenam permit. Th* BOnner you repay tha leat your loan

from Nootka Sound to No# 14 W> 29 . Mn. n to 33 (Book 4'. 'No expiry

there

!«" P*“

on character and earrung abUity

November U. 1M4

to

montf

In

own budqol

MM

Naed 6100. 630’ or

of eaab? •

To

We

C.,

portion, I

true

beat.

d0it4tt wr fuaraniari are «rer r«fuir*a Ur frty lend— in men and to

EEKMAN.

J.

mom?

amount ywi apply natd you merely five ua a few lacu bout youraaif and your work. S'» **•you

population

s

L

B 40 Wellington Avenue, Victoria,

Central Lake mv Impressions centre m rugged hills and a deal of rough gdriB Later I rroased Its top

I)»*|»I«TpH It

majorlly of Canada

still

were just about enough trained infantry reinforcements in the (battle) areas or being sent forward, to bring "It

D

burrow up

— Ropoy your

flf

help you aolvt yoor problem. You may borrow qukckly and pnvaialy— and repay 00 Ibe moQlhly acbedule that auita

pn-«ed

travetlng via the Redwell River, one arrives on the divide in the viclnltv Being of Big Interior Mountain. In a hurry to get through to Great

I

It

PooU

CHGRT

»•

endortofi roquirod inatolmonta thof

No

Rto. and this has been orraslonaUy Mr King sav5: Not What will hU traveled bv outdoor enthusiasts on end be if he iwralsl in fooling himgomg deholiday hikes self. not the public, and Mr first coniacl with Straihrona liberately against sound advice and Park was from Clayoquot Sound contrary to hlii mandate and the exgreat ihere. on the West Coast will and wish of the

has acted

pan of a man Mr has Kept faith with men overseas. He has not minced words

out the

o quick, privot# woy

Hors’s

»o

pay your

twdva

CH005I tout MONTHLY PAYMINT HIBf

t

10

U

pmrmtan

S pptwumtt

pmrmati

the units up to strength, but there was not a back log or pviol from which to meet

112.88

8 8 67

8 4 46

1141

12.78

2L7S

4

13 39

6 83 10 24

5 67

38.63

13 13 19.70

893

increase in lasualiies in a par-

8.38

709

ticular

During

engagement

my

inspec-

engafvd In Itvtnt-otit the intUai Park Strathoona of boundarlea Iiirtd me Into Buttle Lake, from whlrh exctiralona can be taken In a number of directions, moat of the ramble* being within easy reach of alpine h*l«hU through lake-level foreat# of flra. up sparaely-ttmbered hllUldea. over mountain meadows, arnu* haather flrlda and marblefloored plateau*, and get at the same time cloae-up or dUtanl views of small lake*, ranging In edora between pale greena and creamy whites to almoat inky bluea

tion of the battle areas I found that they ( the pools! had been to depicted as not to ensure the prompt replacement of casualties. On the

advice of the

commanders

in the batile areas.

considered such pools ihould be re-estabT here were no reinforcements available lor rhai

1

lithed at adequate strength.

infantry purpose.

"The probable mtrniity of activity from January 1, !'>45. onwards was estimated by In esiimating tor the future, our own officers full allowance was made tor all volunteer which could be infantry reinforcements counted on

as

was

forecast

to be available.

likely

that

by the end of December

aggregate

considerable

The

shortage

a

infantry

in

would have developed. For the following months the forecast was that the aggregate infantry shortage would progressively increase realized month by month in the new year I

that the need

which had

arisen could nof be

met hu enliiting untraintd men

1

came to

the conclution ihai tha onlu" practical reltff for th* urarnt vluation which faced u» was to recommend that we draw on the traintd Na-

Highly RpajiprIffI While unccriainty marks th« sad

pan of

are

mo~

the battle arraa at tha tarltest posaihle

That

is

crystal clear

the chinking ps'ople

i*l

It

this

is

so clear that

country will

in flood,

on

Morns Thomas came

Dr

War with

broke out. he left for service at the from tlie rank ol a captain and returned four will) his majorifv. after having

years later

much

He resumed

service.

practice here.

became prominent in both the Victoria Medical AsscKiation and the British Columbia Medical Association holding executive posts. Mis influence and his intrreit in community He has a matters have always been wide hi'St of friends, who will not test un^I this tragic

home, but if they are to stay in battle they must be backed up now. and by fully trained There is no choice there, we must go men on to the end, Mr King now ti asking that Parltament be summoned. It should not only Canada expects action now. meet, but act. not words.

It

to me to. with ao much talk about the value of tourlit appeal. why aomething hai not be'-n open thto park are* for the done True, benefit of present-day folk

,

m

one can appreclale that Vancouver laiaod, aa well a# Ihe Mainland of Britlah Columbia haa been treated lavtahly hi ihe matter of natural playground ameta. but even on# comparatively ahort road over which motor car* could travel would be *

Serii in l*aMRinK

move

Ciermanv's

V-2

"secret

weapon" turns out bomb, carrying one

Current description#

re-

port that il travels 70 miles into the lir. faster than sound, and when landing buries itself For the laat-named reason. in the ground. V-2 is no4 likely to be even the Thnited sucwas. until it was -trundled out ceu that V

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of the war by the i.aptnrt ol t Channel t..oart (.fcrmany is still bases from the enemy to her ultimate playing With fcightfulnf.s defeat and cost '

Good T he

If unlink!

Royal Air Force

seru

Germany

s

last

big battleship, the Tifpitz. to the bottom on earthquake" bombs. a tain of Sunday Several hits were secured on the deck* of the

m



armor-plated craft riding at anchor in from Fjord. Norway, with 12,000 Ib. high expletive miMilef carried by 2^ I ancaster All but onr of the Lancasters re bombers aoe

turned safely, leaving the Titpitr. at the bottom of the sea. The Air Ministry s announce

ment doted a five- year bunt for the Tirpitz. which had been struck repeatedly by every type of force, and took her name out of Jane i Reeling under several direct hiu. the battleship capsized and sank in a few minutes, the Air Ministry reported.

Fighting Ships.

t'on.pleled in ApnI. 19^9. tlx TTrpil/ was

She ready before the outbreak of this war carried massive batterin. includiog eight i^locb funi. twelve 5.9 inch, sixteen 4.1-inch

Alien

.All

Ihe

^ orld

loiing

la

Whan all the u'orld it voonu. And alt the tree* art grean; And nvry aoot* a tu'cn, lad.

And eevru lau a quaan. and horae. lad. Then hey And round tha world au^ay. Young blood mutt have tt$ couru. And every dog hu day W'hen

all the

world

ii

iVYam Ta* OaUr CaionU4 »r n*«nn9«r Ivan

The

spent

loved

lad.

old. lad.

ond matmaa -mong

whan

one rott there. uMs y'

all

—CHAftLFa

1*1*'

CMO. CB OOVO.

HFTY YEARS 400 'f-on.

TVi naUr itomnut «« ki>«aM4* it

KINCKLET.

iaa4>

The Oily— Today, al 11 o’clock OeorM Byma* will aafl dradf^ Pacific a# the Ue* at Turpefa ahlpway* on th# in raaerve

b* aoM

which to faaietieiJ and thealhad with coppar, than the enftnea arxi bnUera.

"nie hull, flrat.

Creep home, and takt gnuf piote there.

You

i*-

of -A traiul ball *a# fiver, by the VietoTia branch in# laal ntobi id honor of Admiral of at the Empraa*

^aaaut of (?ana4a ounl JalUeoa.

And oft the traet are brown. And all the eport it itafe. lad. And all the wheelt run down

(~r«f ^ruof yt»ti find

^eUsonn JFRSfY COCOA ^

TWE^TY-FirK YEARS AGO

lad.

'#*« Th*

riaiif

9 73 67

11

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4433

May-

that the Province hand iw-w. M P Strathcona Park over to the Dominion Otwammenl for future development, while well-lnleniloned

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14.18

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Ackinrloar*. aoprano:

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laisia aaiiss i>

N

I It

.

to be a fifteen-ton totket

(on of explosives.

Park

Strathcona

9 46

13 92 16 70

27 30 40 96

and

direction

right

the

In

kiiggeatlon of

1113

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minds and Jarlad narvea, the medicln# for which only Nature can mix

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for

a

be

to

It win appMl to a number aeekin< healing for

people.

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a^mamn

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Mtfdul*

what he Intended playground for the

throam open

The

else,

a situation

Park,

•oon aaiabltoh popujarlty

douPt has been cleared up.

cept

IV

800 aquare mllaa of dlveralfled attracUona. wlM be a monument to Dick memory when It la McBrlde'.n

SUathonna

m

to Victoria

at Victoria povniacn TUd« B’t'Tiiaa * ijT'ins * H M _^Jt N rt rKM W%

V

s

4

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TO MrRRIDE

MONl'.Vir.VT

He was educated at 1886. fmm Ontario. and went on tn McGill, where An he graduated in medicine and surgery. interne at a local hospital before the Great

ac-

no excuse trom Mr King, or from anyone for any further delay in refuting to face which confronts us -not as Mr. King had intimated in the distant future— but now. As Col Ralston also stated, Canada could break up her units or bring them

now

city schools,

an*1

wh^m we

River,

His failure to rerorn from the outing has caused anxious concern

maintaining at potential reinforcements, and to hair thtm oo hand in

men.

Cowichan

fhe

Dr Thomas

seen

Resources Niobilization

the

Saturday, will cast a gloom over the com There have been few medical and miinity. surgical praciiiionrr* more popular or more aclive in Victoria and in thii Province than

Act tnlanirv

tional

affair,

W

Thomas Morns disappearant- cif Dt under conditions leading to the suspicion ibai he was drowned while fishing at a turbulent

bill#



CASH LOAN YOU NEID

,

aufficient

any unexpected

any kuid.

uta yov» Houaeftcid Financa loan to pay old debta, taxca. doctcc tMll. inauranca preraium*. make repain. he>p for almoat any purpnaa. If relaiivta you hava a mcaiey prublem. pboo*. writa

You may

fiiiah rahmia*

M


u

it#*'

Indian Boot, rye "nilrti CXiwlchaii Imliari* hav# already been «h# wHoi# im»e must swept away by the prevaittrif r*u vlcUaiB If pr#ventAOve meaauras be aoX adopted aoan

sans

C

-

THE DAIL briBtled

for

IS (CP)

— Maj

L. R. LaFleche. Minister of Wsr Services, in a stateissued here tonight, said that he. as a Quebec minister, “has asresponsibility od arranging to find the men needed for Frettrh -Canadian units now in "

that over the week-end

the reinforcement aitua-

time." of tion

Nstional

ment

sumed the

He added

1.000

men

'Hie Qermans' only other ahtp of claae Uie Blcmack. wa« eunk by the Royal Navy May 27. l»il, tolInwlnc a 1,700-mlle chaae after the

!

**1

was

Explanation

Mr. Lnw advocated disc^lUiuancc as soon as possible foUowlng (he war of Ooventmenl waxUxns ootUJoU. bureaucracy, reglmentaUun and oppressive laxaUoo with a peacetime econmny based on a democracy free from slate domination of other people's lives. To aUein such alms. Mr. Low said, reforms tn the financial system would be necessary to obtain

Prune Minister Mackeniie King's

exi^anatioD of the manpower shorthad lunk the Bnttah age was neither frank nor aatisfacbailie cruiser HcMJd between Oreentory; It merely served to intensify an land and leelaudsltuaUon, Hon. Solon Two other ships of Uie Tirpiu already ugly class were under construction when Low. leader of the Social Credit Asthe war started, but they never were soclatloo of Canada, aaid at a banquet last night In Uw Sropress Hotel. completed.

mr

the call tor more men for French Canadian r^tmenu. (loasl Pioneer Passes “My proposal was not taken up. "A change in the ministry of naWalter Thomas Dawley, a welltional defetvee foUoaed and 1 was known pioneer of the West Coast Government's actions, added Mr. then ssked to find the volunteers. since 1680. pasMd away last week Low. “U endgavored to steer a mid“1 am now in receipt of an official He carried on an extensive fur-buy- dle course and as an inevitable result offer from the commanding officer ing business, general store and hotel of this the manpower problem caught of the Fualllers Mont-Royal to raise at CUyoquot. and also operated up with the Qovemioent. It did not a relnforcljig battalion for the 1st stores at Ahnusat and Nootka until hesitate to introduce a system far and who was decorated with the Battalion of that regiment, at pres- retiring several yean ago. more obnoxious than out and out DRO. and French. Legion of Honor, ent In action against the Germans The late Mr. Dawiey was born at conscription." he said, referring to aaid that tt wsa only three weeks on tha Western Front. Morrlsburg. Ont.. 84 years ago. He Is drsfUng for home defence. first the ago that he learned "for "1 h
.

me similar assurances. "I await the offers of reln.»
To Equip Belgians

relnforreroents overweas entailing use Nov. 13 (CP-Reuler).— of ail personnel in the armed servAllied experts wUl meet this week ices In any theatre of war; economic "In' each case, the home rwtmeni to arrange (or the reorganlraUnn seruclty upon demobUltaUon with offering a reiiilorclng battalion will and equifq;ilng of the belgian army adequate grants; medical care and the selecting have the privilege of so that it may take its ahare tha pensions for health impaired no acThe first apunit U will reinforce war against C>rmany and Ui the tive service from any cause whatsopeal to ‘go active’ wUl be made to occupation of that country, lleurl ever and economic Independence for NRM.A men." Spsak, Belgian Foreign Minister, dependents of all men killed in acannounced today. tion or who have died on active serv~

fifth

Quebec regiment.

LONDON.

security without loss (d freedom.

“RieaUstle

Ptannli^

was

ClUea**

the

for

topic

talk given by Professor P.

Modem the

of

R

Buck

at a meethif of the UolrersHy Ex-

tension

Society at cwntral

Junior

High School last evening. Professor Buck has been on the Town Planning CXxnmtBsloD of Vancouver lor 20 yearn and a member of the public school board for four years

Que again coming to the lore as a great movement. " the speaker declared, it Is my opinion Umt aoning “The prewar order cannot return “and has been the cause for its revival imchanged." he said “To refuse a Modern (own planning anticipates change would be invlUng revolution." the needs and provides the means. he added, drawing a comparlsoii of Stoning has received strong public

m

Canada

the yeiui of depression in

support becausa It protects the prior to the war and the inevitable rights ot the ordinary uubvidusi consequences of continuation of the against the encroachment of special same prewar economic policy. Interests

Contrary to popular oplnlM. dis“This need Is pientlful." Professor placement of labor is a boon, said Buck continued “It is for greater Mr. Orrgolre. afllrming that cultural, health, safety and the well-being of

and Industrial progress should, under ellecUve admlnlstraUon. give a maximum of effect with srlentlflc

Uie rltlaeiu. providing for them opportunities for protected realdentlaJ areas, (or safe business a minimum of effort. development, for more up-to-date Major A H. Jukes. Saamchton, means of traxuportaUon, for greater educatlimal and recreational faculpresided. ties such as schools and parks, and aU Lhoae amenities which a modem ELKS TO AID HOSPITAL city can and must provide for Us As the rreult of a recent contest all

greater

ciUsens."

staged by B.P O. Elks, Victoria Lcalge No.

2.

them

to

tAmdreda

ol

had

a subaUnUal cheque

will

be

presented tn Uie near future to the Royal Jubilee HoepiuU for the new maternity wing The Misses B Bur-

W

rows. McClymont. K Smyth and Calvert, hospital nursea, partici-

M

Citing Victoria as a city in great the need of regional planning speaker gave a short history of town planning from lU earUest stages and the benefits derived frtxn it Toronto was used as an example lo Ulustrmte the advantages of some definite plan. It was pointed out

pated in the piise*glvlng ceremony, and awards were made to Ebtevan that more than 1.800 towns snd Grocery, Kenneth Kidd A B. Fuote rtUfs In the United States and Canand V Paulsen. ada were using the Ronlng system

preMed able

vk-e-presldent.

V Case Mor-

H. A. Robinson. Capt. H, IxKiamore, Stewart. Oavln C. Klouat. I

committee, L.

Y

D Drummond.

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PermiMion was granted the naval departm<*nt. Esquimau, to proceed with repairs on Esquimau Road west of Canteen Road, in a letter from A. Derbyshire, municipal engineer. It was reported that potential ways and means had been found to make rertsln exchanges of obsolete marhinery of the munlctpslity OeuncUlors were thanked for their donation to the new matcrolty pavilion of the Royal Jubilee Ho«pltal, and also accepted an ln\1taUon to attend “open house" of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets Corps. Rainbow No. I. at the foot of Robert

ps(

it

relief from the sgmiv ot (tred muKlei ia yours Slosn't Linimtnt. Just on (no need to rub it m>

feelils penetrating warmth bring quick, welcome relief.

•nd

Circ^ation

is

apeeded up and

8treei.

fatigue poiaoiM are carried off falter. Keep a bottle of Sloan'a

Councillors seeking re-eiection at the forihooming municipal elect tons

alwayt on hand for family

in December wtU be J. A. EllU. D A MacLeod and J. P A. Christensen.

emergcnciet.

Tirpilz

Sunk

('onllnBed from Page

I

Roaring in before the Germans could throw up thetr uausi protet-Uve smoke screen, the Lancasters caught the siiip In an explosive vise and the titree direct hits were registered in quick succcaslon "Her guns had been firing like

when we

biases

said

arrived,''

first

an Australian

pilot. Fit

Lieut. B.

Burkham.

Sydney

“TTie

of

stopped after the ahot.

came up

bomb.

first

after

that,

A

guns Not a

Smoke

began to (wur up. Afierwarlla there were several expioalorv* One of them was very big and one of my crew shouted over Uw inter-com: 'Bhes on fire, skipper She's on fire.’ “The tire did not seem to last very long, not more than two or three minutes. I should say It was difficult to ace exactly what was liap~ '

LOANS 0« DIAMONDS. JfWILKY SILVtg WAR(. STOCKS tad lONDS

petting Tat

P»H InUraittlM Wrttc l»

C.

B.

COLLATERAL

LOAM asoaaaa ltb 77

L

I

Vtacaaver

Hastinff

"The ship was already on ita aide when we came off our run " his tail gunner said. rhe Tlrptts, o^e of the most

OF CHILDREN'S SHOES LAST YEAR Jn fh#

last

twwivw months Canodion monufacturort

In normal times most young Canadians got at least one pair 0 / rubber soled, canvas-top shoes a year. But natural njblier supplies fell into enemy hands, and the manufacture of rubber footwear was drahtically curtailed. We re now using reclaimed and aymhetic rubber in these

modo for Canadian childron oboul 25% moro ihoos In 1939— a fine |ob-~done by the organizo-

than

and direction of production by this Boord*i Footwear Administration and the co-operation of

tion

monufocturers.

And this wos accomplished many more essentiol type

they were making for

war workers, who weor out

than they do

In their

their

fihoes-there have been more of them this year and there will be more next year. I^ther-soled shoes ha\»e had to 1>e used in place of this rubber-soled footwear but shoe* made more care than running shoes. When they it they wear out more tjuickly; when th^ get wet they must be dried slowly, away from direct heat— and tliey should be greased alao. It’s not always a case of poor

while

of leather need

shoes

don’t get

shoes faster

normal employment.

quality;

it's

poor care.

DIGGON’S 1200 BLOCK. GOVT ST You’ve got to have good strong however, been maintained at the leather for children * shoes but the highest level consistent with the aoldien are lakmg most of our* for labour and niatenals available. While their boots. F(x these leathers, a shoe faclonea have been working aubatantial portion of the hides came overtime, factory capacity for from i^th America and other councivilian shoes cannot bt expanded tne*. War cut down those imports wartime and it’s not possible lo and there have been difhcultie* in SRthange plant* from the manufacture getting enough of these and our own of one tyi>e of ghoc to another.~for hide* tanned into leather due to instance, from women’s to childiren'H ahortaK of workers. The production The pmeesva, the machtnes and the of high grade leather *Khoes has. last* are diflfercnL

Make YOLiR Select ion at

m

CARD

cW«*o*\ JVoo'**'*'* -rv

ll.y

In many rvspccN our smsiing dtspUy h mort vsrt«d than gv«r, but
TURNING HIDES INTO SHOES

Th«rt will be no addition h> our ing stock before Chnsfmsi. Issi

er*«is6

WtU

Ftvwirf

Wrm

i*»

Cs«6t

wttfc

wuli

a*e

sUr»mi*

•t*4i

U

tS Tkrv* SsTfien

IrvHisn. Satm, Ds4i, l•Uliw Csr^ MwHim, Nspkevt, Som, DMfk**r»

Csns^is* Artttn' Ssrtw

m

as

There are very large war use* of leather— lor instance, in footwear. A soWio’ requires four patni of shoe* in ^he first year of his senve and about three pair* per year thereafter. But what is more important, he needs to have his shoes re-soled four or fixt times a year. Hi* ahoca are of the

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DIGGON’S

Msfi*

highest quality leather* obtainable.

leaving

the other

grade* of

leather for civilian u*e. Airmen ne^ leather for jackets arxl mitt*. War factories ne^ leather for belting and

farmers need leather for hamee*. Leather the best leathenr— ha* gone to war.



Lssf.

S*«x.

THE WARTIME PRICES AND TRADE BOARD

1200

GOV’T STREET

THIS

IS

ONE OF A

SERIES

OF ADVERTISEMENTS (MVINO THE FACTS ABOUT TMI SUfFlY SITUATION OF VARIOUS WtOilY

US»

MILK

Vacuum Packad

lillllilllllllMMMMlIilllllllllllMllimMII

Coundilon went on record, unanimously, as being In favor of supporting any and all efforts tn connection with establishment of a eivlr arena. Remarking on the "wondarful arena" in Nelson, the reeve said there was no reason whatsoever, as tar as be could see, why Oreatci Victoria should not be able to make good's show (or Itself. He suggested the arena be built as a war

wuh

df

President. Of&ceTk elected were Maegregor Marlntoah; Lieut -Col vlce-pfwideni, T. F Speed; first

last meeting council bqulmalt night, at which the proposed dvic arena for Victoria was discussed at

Quirk

Ulnf

sided

the benefit and recreation of all returning servicemen and othen.” said Reeve Thomas HadHeld. at an

ON

throucb

Prtce

TTie annual dinner of 6sJt Sprl^ Island Branch of the Canadian Legion was held last Saturday evening at Harbor House. Ganges Sixty veterans attended and Lleut.Maegregor Macnlosh preCo4. F

"Instead of many scattered small memorials, let us have a big one for

JUST PAT

their racret at the unavotd-

abeeikce

Legion Bram'h Dinner

Sugigests -Arena .As Vi

meeUnc. the veteraBB

ing the

mUUmu

Hobm

and twice mayor of bee City, spoke briefly.

fronts and he oonfldentiy awaited a sUnllar response from am>ther twguneni. “There will be others as soon as I have the opportunity to put the matter up to the regiment* MaJ.-OetL LaPle<-he. a native of Borel. Que who was himself seriously wounded while serving with the Frerrch-speaklng Royal 22nd Reglmeni In the First Orcat War.

Bavtof to

or doQara.

Association

m

menls from a

and the amounted

rBGES REMOVAL OF WARTIME COffTROLA

Nis-^iiirt

pocaei battleships, the ttcheer and the commanding ofScers of four of rrlnforcemmU Accordingly. I the Lutsow. two eight-inch cruisers, Province of Quebec regiments that volunteered to take the sfTstr they would reinforce Prenrh-spesk- hand and vlrtuAlly to guaiamee the the Hipper and the Prince Bugen. ing regiments now on the battle- ProvltKe of Quebec's answer to and four six-inch cruisers.

given

1W

14,

Cites Importance

charge of the naUun.

siatement Bumarrk

convtitced.*’ his

continued, "that men of Quebec would. If the situation were placed before them with complete frankness and on the basts of equal privilege for equal sacrifice, make U their patriotic duty to Insure Uiat mptA over

TUESDAY. NOVEMBER

Scores King’

thU -

Oen.

aetkm

B.C^

warel; Ipa

wuh

normal crew of

Quebec Regiments Overseas MONTREAL. Nov

COLONIST, VICTORIA.

world. In the MItit t*' Inch gtuu tn two turreU, 12 bs-inch and 16 fourinch duna, carried lour plane* and a

powerful

Men

Promises to Secure

COMMCDITItti

1

"

,

,

THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA,

Tl’ESDAV. NO\'KMBER U.

B.C.,

uon* umI chryMUithemuin^

Sisters Serve in

Ladies* Auxiliary

Two

Countries

iWeddin

Mra

F. R. Thuraton. Port MutJdy,

Violet

Becljmlng the good work in the

WtxUe she was In Van'

'

women Army and Navy Auall* Unit No. 13. Wharf Btreet. have

members



i

lary

Rod Deer. AlU

of

riage

h^ on l^vlesueet

alter visit-

Vanover.

Uig friends In

and Mac

.

overseas,

Canadai Hallon. noted war corre6p«mdent and Mr* Hallon was held Mt^vday evenliig in Van

|

Capt. r. O. Hart, RC.N Mrs. Hart, the former Eheen

bem engaged In various eflorta to forward urgently-needed suppUea

^

^



• • • tertelned Keller has returned to. jjonor of '

Mra. R. L her home In VU-totla. after spending a few days in Vancouver. Ute guest Mra WtlUam Coke.





spend

Some of those packages liave gone Vincent Massey. Canada to Mr* MU* Violet Wilson was g some speaker at the dinner meeting on House, to be distributed, and Monday evening of the Business direct to bUtced districts, notably and Profeaslonal Women's Club in Camberwell, which has Buffered as Ml** Wilson, who much as any section of London rlubrooms was employed as counsellor of the through enemy action But with all

the



Mary Donaldaon. 306 Orillui left Sunday to vldt her son Donton, her daughter at Toand her mother at Kirkland Mrs. Doruldsott will be away

CPU IRENE

I

t

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Oordon

Paterson. Oryesterday

B.

Avenue,

H

Canoe Given

in

V.

to be spent in Alberta

mar*

R.

white

and

OAKLET

CUffoard

chrysanihemuma brother

Barrick.

of

A

belonging to

Uie

Canadun Pede ration

of Biialitess Clubs.

very

WmIS

Kail.

BEACH

View Royal, where the ftr&t dance of the sea.vm was held on Friday Old and young enjoyed the combination of m'vdem and old-time dances. An excellent supper was served.

Mr the

The committee, under the

:

HOTEL lUNCKlS

chair-

m •Ml SUM!

t»Bl aiVSf*

manship of Mr Stan Morrow, expressed fhe hope more would at-

lit*



I

i

Letlwr

Yet

SOYBAKE ^

BAKING

ROW AN-LE(iG— KEB Colonel end Mrs

B

Russell

marriage

the

announce

auxiliary. Mr*. Moffatt sUtes.

The

would be glad to receive new or old garments for all ages, which would be forwarded as soon as cleaned.

men

and remodeled,

led

of

Ker their

I

I

Loyalists to Meet Hamllt-on Har :

toys and Anything which able for children. kindly disposed persona care to cocUlbuU* to needy Camberwell Londoners could be left with the Becreu.-' Street

Mm,

stiTs

1944-45 LOOK^

fP YOU nasxxss

SHOP AT THE PICCADILLY



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bkibts

twtATtas

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Rose Streot. The guest* were Mr* Oreen, Copp. Mr* 8 Wallace. Mrs T. Mrs. C Duke. Mrs. Jack Alllsoq. Mrs. C McCloakey. Mrs. Uoyd Carron. Mr* Mrs. 8 Allison, Mrs E Clwrke, Joyce D. Thomson, arid Miase* Smith.

world-



MM

H.

Theresa

BE

COATS

MM

Smith at the former a home. 2118

Kuido.

taking

fore

'


For Bri(les-Kied

imither.

Set Your Groctr for Dstgilt

“—THE CAN YOURS

pUcs on November t. at the Naval Chapel. United State* Naval Headquarters, Seattle. W'aahinglon Naval Chaplsln Captain J P. For* Sander performed the wedding servThe bride, gtveo In marriage ice. took

her trip around the She came to Vancouver a Her ChrUtma* da.- hav-* tv her mother, wore an attractive Orient coicr* of been exciting In 1334 eh* spent dre» or psle blue wool with brosm icrtbed in an llJustraled talk by the foUowiiig acceasofje* snd a comge bouquet of Eflle May Ross. Vancouver, given be- that day in Halifax, Roger P. L‘lf on an extended world lour prior Christmas, 1939, she reluming to Halifax for her 1940 to hosUU^ss. On mid Java Mbs Ross saw an Christmas, Her trip to the Far East conrv-^AU.iBON eighth cenl*iry shrine of Buddha. look place from 1937 tliiough 1939. Doreen Msbel. eldest daughter of whlch was rich with sparkling Jewel* It was Slam that MUs Ross found It has been an Mr. and Mr* Herbert Allison, 3811 snd besuU/uUy sculptured. There most fascinating independent kingdom for flOO year*, Rose Street, and A-B. Gordon were 1,04* emeralds. 818 ruble*. diamonds and 34 sapphire* on the the only Independent kingdom be- Harold Coutu. R C N V R.. eldest son Persia, she exNew ball which topped the spire, and the tween Japan and of Mr, arvd Mr* Georg* Coutu. affectgwl'erles and balustrade* ot "Boro- plained, and H has been least Westminster, exchanged mamage more Influence*, so U outside ed by reveal budur,’’ as the shrine Is called, vows at a quid ceremony aolemnve mile* of sculptured bas-reliefs truly OrlenUl 6he wa« enibuslaiUc nlied by Rev. T. H. McAUUter el' portraying the life of Buddha. It 1* about a trip into Tndo China where home ai 11 wni. on Saturday,

The rich magnincerce of cennrryold temple* in U»e Far Ea*t and the

and N. Veterans, WlUrf

A

second daughter. Msdelirve 'Daphne, Lieut. Allan Rowan-Legg. to RC.N V.R, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Rowan-Legg, Toronto, which

Describes lAfe in Indies linrma and the Philippines

as well as

Issued an Invitation to the United Mrs. A. J. TuUt*. 1014 Verrlnder Empire Loysjiits' Aasociation «:>f Vic Avenue, of the Social Service De- toria to h^d lU annual meeting at partment of the Royal Jubilee Hoa- their home In the Uplands on SsiBrigadier pltal. spent the past week In Van- urday at 3 30 o'clock. A linen ahower honoring Miss couver, the gum of Ml&s Marjorie Sutherland Brown wlU addrea* the Doreen Allison, a brtde-elert of this Bmith. director of Ute social work association, and Mr. H. 8 Pringle month, was r>*n recenUy by her course at the University of British will preside. AlUson. and Mrs J.

Oar

DINNIIS SmSsM*

Cat BaaSi

tend these Uttle parties. The new community hall was buUt entirely by voluntary subscription.

Tksr XcMcci

miscellaneous article* suit*

C/ioose h'rom

IIST

OAKBAY

was

ewnlng Community

WANTING THf

NEW. FASCINATING STERLING COMPACTS

fully received.

'

G

a*S«ri«

j

,

Mr. and Mrs.

HBIM

ST.

1303

[

New Westminster.

Miss Margaret Watson. Rockland Avenue, who haa been visiting in Montreal and Ottawa for the past su weeks, has arrived In Winnipeg where she Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs Claney Bmltli, Tuxedo Park. Miss Wataon will leave for her home In Victoria neirt Tuesday.

9rnrm

#

rOI THOSI

I

I

MM

Salter, all of

A •

DAY’S MLN DOUGLAS

I

program chairman, Mr* Madge Hall, Victoria. Mr* H A. Renfree saag

rr«M Iks

SSm

T«b««

St

'how appreciative hU people are foe the help received from Victoria: and

and Professional Women’s while he does not ask directly for were read from the Oreeilngs further and greater asstaiance. the national president, Mlis Hilda Hen [accompanying pictures are moat eloson.'<^of WlnrUpcg. and the national quent, indlcatlnc It would be grate-

Ouests from out of town at (he Couiu-AllUon nuptials on Saturday included the groom's mother and brother. Mrs. Oeorge Coutu and Mr. Roy Ooulu: also his sunt and Lord aivd Miss Doreen cousin.

U

Or.flasl

t.lAltlT

W^a

and on the

enjoyable

spent at the new

mM-

m.u>,

Sr*S»iWiB« Wsautf P«»«««aa

MrWMt

Royal Dance

Vietv

i

itlunied

Vanf^ver, where

Famous Names

MaitUand. They wUl reside In Vic*

.

I

rear.

Church.

formerly an engraver at Spencer’s, groom, was groomsman, and Mr Lid here. j R. Underwood was usher. The CpI. Irene Oakley, the American reception was held at the StralhMis. 3 R. Underwood. representative of Uit family, ha* cona Ho‘eI lived In Los Arigelea lot ncwxly 13 years. Slie joined the Untied States

women's division of the Canol Com- the help that Londoners are receivpany, spoke on community life and ing from all sources, the need is sUll eendltlons In general at Normsn far from being saUsffed. Well*. Ntnihwest Tertlloev, On the In a W.ter to Mrs J. MuffatL ocesrion of National Night two In- IpTvaidrnt of the local unit. In which were ahown. and he enclnaes some illustratlona of Mabel Cameron *poke on the 'bomb damage, Canon Veazey. vicar ot of 8t. Marks. Camberwell, aUte*

,

Barrirk. son ot Barrick. Mariat 7.30

W H

quet was of bridal roses and pink camatwns, with white streamer* Mlac Evelyn Bell attended the brkir tn a full-length while crepe dress, She with carnations In her hair carried a bouquet of pink camg^Mmis

playthings of all description suitable for youngsters.

iNortliwest Territory arrived yenlerday from Van-

Herbert

dau(lUcr of CP.O. Mills, in pink net and holding a

was Um fkiaCT Pit LU A. Moiitford. R C.A P, groodutnaii, and the ualtcr*

was were Mr. RaynKUKl Henderson and Following a Mr. John Woodford rsoepUoD In the K uf P. Hail, Brvuid Street, where Dr. Q. Brown proposed the toast, the bride donned s brown msemble for the honeymoon

wore a gown of wmte iteer ove: satin, with a shoulder-length veil arranged In coronet style, trUnmed Her shower bouwith gardenias

and and

articles of clothing for children grown-ups, as well a* candlM

girl.

mar-

eiclianged

.

Strawberry Vale. Hllchcox ofBciated

tzatlon has dispatched a great many shipments to Britain, including cash,

recrntl] Informally Mr and Mrs. Halton.

^peak.h on Liie in

of

and plan to monUis here

atten-

to

MlUii.

over rose laMeU Colonial bouquet,

Kuores.

Warrant OfBcer

Mr and Mrs

London.

Turn

the Devonsiiire Bolcl, Vancouver. *

particular

paylitg

Mr

gold. Friday. November 10. Oolumba at 8t o’clock

the wants of men. women and children In the bllued areas of

Uon

late

Mrs

of

vows with

Oeoffrey

'

her

HUma, daughter

Kuores, and the

early days of the war, the

couver. Mrs *rulUs lectured at th« university on The Development o; her father. Rev. Dr. HoUlng. • • ^Medical Social Service In the Mod • Muj laoPel Munn has returned to ern Hospital will arrive Ut Victoria today to visit

Dorothy

and Ura. Cyril

BAUIK'K— KUOUS

Appeals for Help



i

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'

[

Barbara

«

,

Jf ifle

I

,

Selection

hU

'

she

ment containing some relic of Buddha or a saint. Another interesllrvg spot vtdted by Miss Ross was the Shwe Dagon. the largrAt pat')da Ui Burma, said to be founded 3,300 year* ago. It- Is com-

vated them.

Here you have coffee lablea « . .

lamp

.

.

.

tables

.

,

,

tier tables

end lablea ...

In an style (hat it

detailed

all finely

eentorv

|kOi

mmi

pletely covered

idaplabie.

make

three’s will

a wonderful

Much-of that

your

gift

for

fino

mahnfsny

with

'

»quare

40
territory has

;

been the

scene of battles between American and British troop* and the Japanese, she suted A member of (he Canadian Authors' Assorlallon. Ml.v* Ross was edurated In BwlUerland and Germany and lived in Truro and Halifax be-

real

,

The only

reqitlsUe

clean and

warm

Mars,

ross

by

assisted

Is

that they be

her

eormnlttee

served tea

A short-wave meaaage was heard Members of the Happy Valley North Sooke Women's Instllul^ at a recent roeeUUg voted IS toward the In Victoria this morning and was Parent-Teacher AMnclatiton held a Balvatlon Army H«»me Frrwil, funds relayed to Red Cross beadquarieri social evening recently, when Mrs D for which 'are being coUecl4*d by the The mejeage wa* from Arthur P Morgan was In charge of contests. It Booke Community Association. Robinson. Camp Toklo, and waa to Aas announced that old-time dances hla mother, Mrs John P Robtnaon. will be held in U»e fj»x>ke Community 323 Woodsiork Avenue. Vancouver, Hall on Hie second and fourth Fri- as follows Well and happv t/>ok> Mr*. Oeorge day of each njonlh Give my ing forward to Christmas Dmiraii. Jr., will convene the ftrst, love to Pat. Joe and Bevtri All the wlurh will be held on November 34 boy* from Victoria and Vancouver A i»ppy wreath was placed oei the are well '

CenotA^

Remembrance

at

Day

Each member will pav 30 ««nlcee cent* toward the PiovincUl W'«mrnf

Fund annually Next meetannual meet Ing. will be held home of Mra D deRocher.

.\s.s(H'lalions

Instituie

Ih at the !ig.

McLennan, McFeelv

&

Prior, Ltd

LuMon and Happy

Valley

Wom-

InaUMie wUl hold lU monthly merilng tonight at 8 o'clock in the en's

1400 Government Street

erl*»U C
f

spinning and weaving moving ptciures by will be shown Mrs. Ross Palmer at the monthly meeting of Ihe Coiwicd Women inart of

m

.-

DO YOU FEEL NERVOUS SND SU ON EDGE? i»s •a.| (A* (h* Oi«r»Bv bum up la iMarrnal. if lh« •

,i5iute

lock

am

V

Bit

of

ium.n a

in

1

«irt

It

M

*1

will hold a busineu auditorium TMesda)

of

W

Mr and Mn. a A. Bishop. "The evening cereAlta mony look place In St Andrew a by Margaret Jenkins Presbylerlan Church The bride P-TA Little Grace Chamberlain glsen In marriage by her father, presenied Mrs. Evans and Mrs. G. looked lovely In a while sheer gown W. Pottlnger. bataar convener, with Vmg tulle veil held bi' a halo Mrs R C. of orange bk^^eoms She carried * with arm bouquets Peirrs, presideni. and Mrv. Pouinger bcmqiift of wl)lte carnations and presided at the tea tables. pink roisebuds Her attendants were MUi Of

;‘?!'-*klne,

bataar held

W

matron

Tubbe

«f

hoivw

.

at

'Will

PTA

tomorrow iftemoon *t 2.30 The mectuig w ill be held in Mr, Charles TTotfer. of Vl.:orla Hall and delegates to a reHigh School, will give guidance on inference will nuke a report. the duties of a secretary.

Wake Up

YW.CA

-eadins and Mi John Boil was solo1st. Following the ckwing hymn, Twinem led the gathering Lieut,

W

prayer Approximately 00 young people attended Ihe opening of Ihe Y P RecreaUon Centre* Game* were enjoyed, and refreehmen’s «ei%ed by the lookout committee under the direction of Mi Ma> Vealr Another evening of game#, and enjoyment l« planned for Haturday. November 35 M'v Phyllis Hick too(t charge of the Bible work at th» re-

Smilingf

in

al>

Druf |larr« ang Stbr? SCuf

prexldem

Mrs

In the

B e«n«i«err of

itu* >r>*

Evans,

Victoria and District Parent-Teacher Council, opened the recent annual

Willows P-TA. win mcel Imnght and her in mauve net over satin 8 o'clock In the Willows School AUiers as brideiunaids Miss Ullaauditorium, when Dr F. O Am^ot helle M-vnre In blue and Mtxs Alice be guest speaker. M*>ore in pink sheer All wnre floral wOl naU with shoulder veils to match Btr .lamcn Doutlas and carried arm sprays of cams hdld a aewtng meeting for the bazaar Wednesday at 3 30 ..'Lkirir ai 'he V.l*. home of Mr* .f R Htone, 1031 MeMr. H R MacKrnxic «as guest Chjre Street. speaker at the recent meeting uf Uie Parent- Central HapUsl Young People, with Victoria and DLvtrici LAC. Teacher Council will meet Frirtsv a* the president tn the chair Nelaon Eagle* gave the Brrlpturc at 7 (3 in the ^vri.Uig the

P-TA

Qtiadra

meetln*

n

1

Ernest

BISIIOP—MOORI

On Saturday, (he 35th wedding anniversary or the bride's parents. Rev. T. H MrAlilster aolemiiUed the marriage of Mar)»>rle Flurence, second daugliicr of Mr. and Mrs B Moore. 3944 WsAcana Street, to Fit. Lt A. Alton CUhop. DF-t:

at 8 o clock

emwood cent

Mrs

wore a fur-trimmed grem coat over her wedding frock

Onianizations.'

.uxton Hall.

Atl

The

j

for 700 year* until the

MUi Ross deplates of pure gold. srribed the East Indies and Burma In detail and entirely without rwtex

and which when yns pnrehate (hem In two'* snd rhrlstmat home. In veneerv

.<«aw the ruins at Angkor, buried Given In marriage by her father. i^ench exca- the bride wore a becoming teal blue afternoon frock with brown sees*garAt the Women's Canadian Club sories and coraage bouquet of by her meeting, pre.vided over by Mr.* Alan denias. She was attended matroiw j Campbell, an urgent appeal was sister. Mrs Lloyd Carron. a* pln-strlpe suit made for blankets, pillows and other nf honor In a blue and MU* accessories, goods tn be sent to Britain. ’ITie with black Bond as bridesmaid In bmwn need of the Brllbh people, now suf- Phyllis suit with matching scceMorlea Mr. ferlng from robot bombings, was very Pat M. Allan. RCN.VR, was great, the president emphasised. All groomsman At the reception held donations would be given U> Britbh at the home of the bride's parenu. Bundle* and would then go to people was centred by the the table living In houses without windows Iradltlnnal Ltree-Uer wedding cake and evacuees who had last their which was cut by the young couple home* and ill worldly goods through After a honeymoon In Vsnoouver. bombing Even old material which the couple will reside at 442 Montcan be msde into qulKa can be given, Street For traveling the bflde

not a temple, she polnled out. but a dagoba. or a dome-shaped monu-

Mrs. L. A B «r: aJeu re-elected HarriMMi, a new meoibcr was chosen Hnal arrangemei-'c as treaNiirer. i.iMiey Island *'Hgh»’ lo be held I

FrKUv

Ije*

ember

I.

cen'

were made.

liif.

Yn

Worn

Sffffsr

Dbtms Ftmi

recent tueetUig of the 3hlr|ey IiwkUiuie held at the home of Mrs T. PerMrs, J ShaniWi .. drS't •'* read a reporl of the jte ciwifarence. and the respent mainder of thn eveuliig

W

first

BISCUITS ]

ewp* •((••d * ur

M«aic

T.

The

L

#np

mUb

BFI.OIANK PLAN TAG DAY

atft Sf > lnST«il*ef»t« ln**th*r.

r«»

'

*nie Belgian Society has appealed

l« sWArtMi.

IMS muMI OtAb : paa re Sr«« iBiGMW*. Xn**a eti »•*> to •(«•*• inrtC ••neeGh W»ar#a ltM*a hoM. S •m-H ihkb. r.ol •»** aewr^ hh rotl cortM !•(•«• en MkInS «to»or eoa b«bs >(va'r 11 «e IS fnlnolBB. Mit re|« bo« n*l«lns ho««y •««h lemee MeS eoa UrtaMr •••i t*e« nf VtSKMlt* JiMl iMfee* r«ww>rias from eten. Mab«* I4>

for

more volunteer taggera for their November 35

lag day on flaturday.

will g
Funda

Ip

Anv»>tie

Cenual BapU*‘ Dlckln*on presld

was

hymn, Mi •

•olnlit

dlwr.L‘*<‘d the grciup

A oup of warm Ovahiae Kekwe

plane* JupMer

layer

of

tee

hBra»rhB.

f*»t

c-v,

la

18.000

miles

:ed bs thick

Kneauetflents

nBeTotBi.TWileB*.*

when

C4p( and UrA H • 3301 Vancmiver Street

Urud.

Wl

tf'»e

S Plakbam VsfetBblB Coopouad Wi rel1r«« aitrh svtnpioma. IhnkhBin'B Compound betps rBheTB rwh A«lp* rtbruoBB bomuBe tt bM • snothln* •ew» on on* cw wawaa a smav iMPOBtarrr -



U

oBo*m ThmMendB upon thoiwands •n

Bi*U

«ifla—eWb

sod

of •'*»-

p'w-r

allb«—

iwportad beneflU. r'»H«w »«bel Piofchsm s ttmpouad la directions rrsuner

T*

.ipsor.

pt.i

Bitcag^meni their of daughter. Mary EUsaheth >EUie' *o CpI John Nairn Bond. R * A F son nf Mr. and Mrv J L Bond, of Edmonum Alta TTie wedding w(M rake place tn Vlctiwla earl-, in D*the

to ruartt'>tval peri- y ‘ oOta dl»v«rh*nrew (Marl at ence try I.tOIb

eember

Ttsrs

Ml'* wtUi

•rtenrista eetimale

^ Tirsi fsaftagsT AtsucMiei •#-»(( lew BiigBf from eTBfnpB.

moody

scBiit'

Itabltta

a

Crom wnn

Robln.«o«i con-

Rim

MiK S

Mra

prUe and Mrs E

ray irsLs wli br given residents of the fthtrley district at Jordan In Ihe nee.; future

Richard*

rkwing pravers

'

..laying bridge

of

I^*llowlng the openiTf Rvsll led prayer*

MIm Maris Carol

Alma Rvall

en«-

MAOICS HONEY

meetmg

TGF. MUs Mary

Arrangements for a children’s Christm-' (wiiy were made at tlie

gtting tn l>rd heif#* smir hodr to relsx and relievea tbsl feel>S| ol

oervou* (ensMNO-

ami IroA. aids to re|deQiahmg anru mil mue'le. uerva asd ImIv cclla.

pbfwii*

Orahioe’ 9 b* if (no fkm’l ^uake np Btinling.*' Let (NaJiine today at ynnr drug So whv

or

nM

try

(noai sl'W^e.

Af

ir,

fWFNrip

t:n

OVALTINE

a

fammit laboratory— i

,

soapa Of rub wiih cake soap.

0«4 Lux

Its BperisI (ond eletnevits, |Wii«?ease4 kw CASV digest mo. and its n#h soppir of \ itamins A. H| and D ami (he ndnerala falchim. Phn»»

made hy

repesiedly washing rayoo siocktngs. then Mrrtchmg them |usi as in actual wearing— pro«« ihsi washing in Lux cwts «iown runs ovsr 30%. Lux give* afockingt much longer wetr than If you use strong

io (he

packa’gc.

The

oew. *'lqger large

a.

an

e»rn beftef bwy. Jo«n (he Lux rhuty Dippers.

^

Alt Iwoding

7

stocking

»

manufoctwrorf

rocommotid

LUX

^ ^

.

THE DAILY COLONIST, VICTORIA, The Wofnen'e Auxiliary was commended lor tU Interest and support

Have 151 Children Jn Foster Homes Th« ChUdr«n‘a Aid

and

held Ttldajr. raportad (here were 111 childTOi under th^r eupcrviiloo In foaur hdOMa. Sone had been

taken awwir from their

^enu

by

order of the court beeauee of ne> gleet, while othen were beto* eared for of vaiioua lituaUona to the home wbkh neeeeeUated temp* orary rawvai of the children. In caeee of temporary removal. Com* munity Cheat funda pay for the

what they can The meeting waa Rev.

was reported that Uie

it

Societies

receiving room for preschooi-age cl)Udrrn. and U)*y have eapplemcntcd furuishingi in the other two receiving itomes

.

at 2-90 o'clock at the Y.W.CUl.

"More Bits and Pieeca,” a abort will play, be praeented by the Athena Club in the Oak Bay United CtuiTcb hail tomorrow at I pm.

of-town inquiries and inoldentals. rellowinf the meeting. MIm E J Herbert onlertelned members of Uie

Canadian Daughters' League Assembly No. 6 wlU liokl a military

r*

Street,

Thursday evening at S

Ruby MeXay, superintendent of child wMfarc for the ProvlDce, was present.

well as the smiling

fields,

divine

wi

age

C
the Ice as the

present.

~

Advance Winter Styles

Gordon Howard

Ellis

Ltd

"Oock

o’

the North.**

The drum-

dance December 7. ITie next meetWilkinson WUi speak on ing of the Stagettes wUl be a visit to Chamber Music in the Time of the MUUary Hospital Sunday afterMozart" at the meeting of the Vic- noon. toria Music Teachers’ Aasoclallon. Sponsored by the Cobble Hill and Wednesday, at 10.15 in tJie momShawnigan Branch of the CaUiollc ing. at the Womens League, s very successful Victoria CXiBptor of Registered card party was held in the 6 L A A Nurses' AABOciation will meet tonight Hsli. Shawnigan Lake, on Friday tables of Twen*y-flve It 8 o'clock at tJie Nunes' Home. evening. Roval Jubilee Hospital, when Mrs. ertbbage ’500" and bridge were A contest wreii-stocked Mitchell wUl be guest made up. W. E speaker. Sbo wUl dlsciw the work with useful prizes was an addltlonaJ feature. Refreehmema were served of the Jolin Howard Society. • • In tJie dining-room by the memDr. John Swing, principal of Vic- bers. Prize* St eards were won by tlie Mrs. College, will addreae toria O. Stllwel^and Mr. A. Aitken. W{Hnen's Canadian Club. Thursday, Mn. J. Welrk^ and Mr. Ooalln, at 8 o'clock. In tlie Royal Bank of Mrs HoiTJleld and Mr W. ElMiss

OPTOMETRIST Complete Optometric Service KaeminaUon by Appointment

as a. \ iurlou£[h

CANTCRBUKY

"baa

tfmtty ws.

sradnoaaBy

Makas a

tfaeeoughiy

ftas.

ew ry

MarfySag berw

Bat*

baesuar

is

Canada

of daap nd» Aavor aod hearty

li

Try

•tosagtit.

this

luaotuty 6oc

Hls Port Streets pursuit of Wisdom

ua



.

.

it

ford

Ura Jane Hodge, pai worthy grand matron, of .Manitoba, wiU ofZiOiving bigiilighta of tlie Domincially open the Queen City Chapter. ion annual meeting. Mrs K 8andNo. 6, OE8. annual baraar to be ercock will eddreas the meeting of held Thursday at the Y W.C.A from 8L Luke's A ThuracUy, In the 2 45 Ull 6.30. The guests will be welvesirv Gifu for the Columbia Coast comed by Mrs Ann M. James, worChristmas cheer and miMinn bales thy matron of the chapter. General will be brought to this meeting. convener will be Mrs A. R. Kerr, as• • • Mrs Olen aimpeon wUl oCBclslly sisted by the following Home cookthe bazaar lo be held Uiis ing. Mn. P. Pettingell. Mrs. Wallace. afternoon ^y the LA to P.OE. Mrs. A. Simpson; faneywork. Mrr. A. •

aaaa

M

of Cook and subject will be ”

comer

mttru aQ your neads.





W



:

M

M



«t

Slorr Ifourw FfTprlive Nmf’nihrr

WEEK DAYS—9

A.M

6



bett, Mrs. G. Plack: flowers. Mrs D. Dalby. Mr« M Pair, contests. Miss E Brown, Mrs L. McKenzie, Mra A Gough. Mrs. M Wilkinson. Mrs. P Church in tlie aoclal hall at 3 o'clock Yule. MUs N. Earl. MUs M. Slffis. Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Prank Mn M Grant, Mrs M Bell; afterRees will be general convener, and noon tea. Mrs. E Jones. Mrs. M. there will be stalls of plain sewing, Dsvey. Mrs J. Kersley. Mr.v Jpune, fanrvwork. handkerchlr(5 and home Mlvs L. Hooper. Miss M. McAulay. conking Afientoon tea will be ser>‘ed and receipt of rurtom. Mr« I M<>wat by members of the Montejth Club. and Mrs. R Paver.

Mrs W. C. Wtlson wul oflicisUy open the annual bazaar to be held by the WA. to Victoria Wjcst United

SAFEWAY STORES, LTG.

to 10

.9

P M.

A M.

P M. and

to 12:30

6

P

M

to 9

a

Maaaffr

Vr«»crteU*a Ss«rl*il*ti a)S( C«r. 0«Bfl«i ,

hr Or*r F«fl

SIftr

T

Ck

I Mia- Gerry Drevnlok Orphanage Camosun Chapter. lODE. Leia Bronadon Mias Peggy Bell. Eileen Hutchings. Mias Mary hold a sewing meeting at the arman. Mks* Winnie Tapping, Mi.sa of Mr*. George Mile: 1340 81 Marv Beveridge and MUv Ulilan Avenue, on Thuraday at 2 pm. i

i

i

.

CLEARANCE

ME

COKE

^11'^

Cubsfi h*eh

I

I

tonight Cabinet meeting lasted about eii lyour and the very brevity of the session indicated the ministers were in agreesnem with

COKE DEPARTMENT

Ute Prime Minister's ann''un'wmem that tfie House should meet.

SHOI STOIC

6IM

Jm

Wshti

7t7 F«,t

ELECTRIC

B.C.

Si

Ool. Ralston had planned to start a vacation at the end of this week,

but decided

the Prim* Minlsier anthe reaignsUoii of Col

Ralston and tlie ^pointmeni march Oen. McNaughton on November

to

2.

Make Appeietment

Please

attend the sitting

after announcement by Prime MinMackenzie King tonight that the House would reisume its session on November 22. butead of Jan-

Early for Nofidby Hairdos

ister

of

tie said he could see no reason for calling Parliament before January

With Oai, 30

uary 31. "Yea. rn be there; I'm the Liberal Since Uien (her* have been re- member for Prince (Prince Edward curring reports that other ministers Island coruUtuencyl, am I not?" might leave the Cabinet in protest said Coi. Ralston, aruweruig a re•fslnat continuance of Uie volun- porter's Inquiry Prime Minister Mackenzie King's tary service pDllcy. but it was evident that a majority support Mr. announcement made no mention of the Senate, which was interpreted King's position. Ooldwell. CCJ* national as meaning the only thing to eome J. today asked that Parlia- before the Commons will be the leader ment be lummoned immediately to vote of cnnfldrnce on the Oovernreinforcements, and last menl's policy to ccmtlnue voiunlary discuss week John Bracken, national Pro- enlistments for overseas Both Houses stand adjourned and gressive Conservative leader, said after Mr King’s broadcast speech do n(K necessarily reassemble at the that the Prime Minister had "be- same time, but after a long recess, trayed his trust and deceived both the usual procedure has been to the army overseas and U)e people have the two chambers resume slmat home** U la probable the Government The Liberals have a lergr House majortiy—ltl members agamst 73 plana lo have the Commons meet for all other parties and independ- for a week or so and dlscusa comversus voluntary pulMiry service ents. Eleven seats are vacant session specul service. If the debate develops Into met In ’The House would In September. 1999. witen members a wide-open breach, which were called prior to the Canadian cause the Prime Minister to disderlsraUon of war on Germany, solve the House, he could do sO Parliament assembling the Senate without by which was approved If, on the other hand. Uie GovAnnouncement of the November 23 House sitting was Uie last in a ernment Is substantUUy sustained, long train of events which began on the Kouae could then adjourn until October 34. when Cabinet iMtnUters January 31 as previously planned were summoned to s meeting, some Howeven no lawa could be passed nor could Parliament be prorogued of then retunilng from out of town Mr King . brief eUtement today without the presence of the Senate

fwtt

Seven Half 0«r*.

91

WofkiAf Howl

tsf

SuiiittM Dsv» end

We

Ow

Neve Only 261 Lsr|c Clienlele

BERT WAUDE 7ERMANFNTS

M

gueal apeaker, Ueui Nora Boothe. ofBoer commanding Uie recruiting detaoJimeiit traveling with the banda Apiiearlng for voiunteera to the Canadian Women's Army Corps. LicuL Boothe said 'Five thousand recruits are badly needed.' Captain Grace McNeUl, in charge of the bands, waa also introduced and Lseui. MacMurrwy presented the 17 Biitlab Columbia girls in the pipe band and the military band, which have a total enruUroont of 68. Two parades will be made in the

(Jowntown aecUon of Victoria today, at 10 o'clock tills morning and at 2 o'clock in tile afternoon This evening the girls will be guests of the Bums Club at the meeting to be held in the auditorium of the Chamber of Commerce at 8 o'clock. Tlie bands, wlilch will conduct Uie program, will march to the meeUng in a body. The p4pe and military banda will leave Wednesday for their Up-Ialand lour

made no

l{e~Make CltUhes or liomh Victims

I

Racks of clean warm coats, shelves losded with bsby things, clever made-ovrr.s and more than 300 boxes of matertaj j-et unjiacked were jveeii by the many ilsuors who attended

don

MUs Mb»

SPEiTATOR with ksfher,

The

When

new prem-

Bniiah Bundies at 930 Gor-

ises for

P M.

THE OWL DRUG CO. LTD W aMVO. CaweWU

Throne

the

nounced

the opening Friday of the

SUNDAYS 10.30

TIMBERLAKE

and no speech from

ting

the

.

Aerie No. 12. at 3 90 o'clock. Mem- Hsytic.', ^rs. E Hurley. Mra. Mcbers are asked by the conveners to AllUter. Mrs. E. Webb. Mrs. P Stade; bring refreshmenu for the bazaar aprons, Mrs J. Bray, Mrs. Broadby I o’clock hurst: miscellaneous. Mrs A Cor-

FeenifW

at the opening

Speaker Olen was not in the city was sufficient Ume

J-

Hall,

S.

The meeting of Parliamem wUi be conUnuaUou of the preaem sesno formallUee

a

sion. so there will be

members to be informed and be in Ottawa for the opening sit-

M

Welcome

HAROLD

basis.

Prom DuugUs

for all

YWCA

PhoDt E711t

LOVE, LTD.

K.

VIKW STREET. Up

tonight, but there

Btreeu

McDiarmid

L.

place before members his complete plans for continuing the support of the overseas forces on a voluntary

34,

land iBddle,** "Blue Bonnets Over the Border,” “The Cameron Men" srul

Winter Wear

70S

their views.

the group of

Major Lillian Grant and Piper Mary Beurlck, tlirilled the onlookers Lieutenant Bhtrley weir, O.W A.C. with "The Road to the Islea,** "High-

Business meeting of Princess Patri- Canadian newspaparwomaxj. ta the cia Lodge, No. 238. will be held lo the flrat Canadian wmnan army repwter 8 O.E Hall Friday evening at t to land in Prance. Lieutenant Weir, o’clock. DrlU team and <^ceu will daughter of veteran Canadian newspaperman Harold L. Weir, of The practice at 7 o’clock Edmonton Bulletin, will be cJiarged Mothers of 8t. John's Girl Guides, with guiding other new^iaperwumen Brownies, Boy ScouU and Cubs wUi around war aones. meet Friday at 8 o'clock at 6L John's Hell. Quadra and Msaon SaddUigton T7ie club will tiold a

Rodex Coats GUARANTEED HARRIS TWEEDS

Victoria girls in

Pipe

candidates.

for

A.

uuvtxuiitem »up|AM audience c in caucus before the House opens cheered. Bandms end private members then will mluted graciously have an opportunity to present The C.W.A.C pipe baud with two

o'clock.

precided over by

Our conceptions of Providence Mr. McMillan. Miss must Include the earthquakes as

Smart

offer



r^iiir^^if The scene.

McKay

BUCKLE BERETS

( oatlBeed fren Page 1 It la learrwd Mr Kuig will to give members an oi^mttumty of calling tlw Uelence Minister before a eeeret aeaalon Oen. McNaughton wlU be is a poaltlon to

opens.

of the C.W.AC. p<{)e and miUiary bands' oo.;eart at the Royal Vtetoria Theatre Sunday afternoon was the clever preecatalioiv lieut. Marof the "Clrcue Parade.' garet MecMurray, who acted aa mastar of ceremouiae. gave a channing deeoriptioo of the trumpeters, minstrel band, callk^. circus band, and the finale of the entire circus baud In a MUTlog march, while the girls in the military band enthusiastically Higlilight

W.A. to ic 6th B.C. Coast Regiment. R.CA. wUi meet WedncadeiP

l^irty-five new situations were referred to the family department during tiie mcoth of October. 11)600 included unmarried moUiera protection of children cases and out.

J.UW.MeLean.ln theabeence

of the piweldeBt,

Receive Welcome

V.O.N board meeting wlU be held this mominr at lb 90 in the Pemberton Building.

new

ing Uie

J044

14.

House Assembly

auxili-

ary t;as alnu»t complelcd funds})-

a

Society, at

tneetin^ of the board of dircciort,

TUESDAY, NO\'EMBER

B.C.,

Reporter in France

Street.

Formerly occupied by Income lax the new quarters are spacl^s airy, but every foot Is occupied the entrance is the receiving table

offlcr>

and .At

on which were displayed many children's garments made out of dis carded clothing A warm Jumper skirt prettily embrntdered was (mce a bathing suit, other akirtz were made from ihe legs of discarded trousers; there wvre also sweaters made of bits of wool and m^y other useful

articles

for

.^U^n

reference

to

the

of Usfing loveliness

end wermfh!

A HOUSE

COAT Choose From our tiOft.

/fim

BIG FOOD

discus-

of reinforcements In the

Cab-

K(*rital at Si.

inet.

AniTs

VALUES

Pupils of 8L Ann's Academy will be heard in recital Thursday evening. beginning at 8 o'clock at the academy. A carefuily-choeen program of choral, vocal, solo. vtoUn and pianoforte numbers has been irranged and several gifted studems will take part.

It noted Jlist when the House adjourned on August IS on the completion of current business. It was adjourned until January 31. with the proviso that If U appeared lo the satiAfaction of Speaker Olen.

after consultation *Hh ihe Government. that the publlr intervsl required It should meet at an earlier date he gWe notice have, on behalf of Uie Uovernment. communicated with His Honor the Speaker, who ts satlshed that It is in the public interest that the House should meet at this time."

EVERY DAY

T

Mid Mr King's announcement Col. Ralston aatd tonight he will attend the Commons session, start-

'

Ing Nox'cmber 23.

the children of

Britain. Mrs. V L Leigh, one of the voiunteera. wa.i In charge In Uie sewing room, where Mrs.

yeMRs

J W. Kenj-on was working, there are long tables for cutting aod several machines, where Mr» P. R. Blalkle. Mra. A. Morris and Mrs. Hunter have heed mperviaon for a long Ume. The

windbreaker group showed a sample

Imported English Coats

of their work; thews are all made of piece* of fell hat* covered with flannel.

amacingly well aewo yid warm

The group has given 1.800 luch Wind breakers to the merchant marine Mrw E O. Snowden Is one of the faithful volunteer Wfwkers in the •orting department, and Mrs T Brown Is in charge of ail the packing. Once finished the eiothew are packed in boxes lined with tar paper and held by metal itnpe All this srork is done by Dr Huntley and Lee Warner. Clothing

received

which

la

too

to make good cloihM Is turned Into comforters and baby crib covering* Mrs A H Peaae. •iipervtsor

worn

These beautiful coats bear such

Since

Bundles, which Is supported by Baliwge Corps funda. slated they had a great deal of clothing e»n hand but workers wvre badly for

British

I

discovered

clothes don’t

need

to look

needed

famous names as Burberry, Jaeger Cohtttr Hitt t'.prpmipriy

and Barran, and include typical heather

mixtures,

lovely

Shetlands, Cashmeres, plain colors

'*

-

r.

"1

soft

checks,

in

and many other

tinguished weaves

in

dis-

Scottish and

F

' ']

1

Irish

tweeds.

There

range of sizes, and this

price

original.

is

less

in

is

a

many

good cases

than half the

Burroundlng di>^'rlcU marked Re membrance Day with a service at the cenotaph at Cobble Hill In obaerrance of the 26th anniversary of the Mirnirg of the armutice Arrangemenu for the *ervlcc were made by Ma.ahat Branch of the Canadian Legion. OrganUatlona repreaented at the *rr>ire and who laid wTeaths r« the renolapij mtliKlcd Ihe Malabat Branch of the Legtoa and its A Cobble Hill and Shawnigan

W

.

Women's Institute*. Cathnllr Women'* League. Cobble HiU High SchocM Cadet*, boya and girls, and Shawnigan Brownie and Wolf Cub packs Smeral other wreaths were laid without tarda A short dev—wnKTgfvtce wa* r— 'durted St the eenofaph by Rev E. WUlta. aaatoad by R*v. W. O. ChaUU ‘^•'ng by the .'^ngregaUfKi wera -f-

You'//

be

in

Sunlight works wendar* on ntrg-dirty tprHa. Juit Jive thorn a touch of Sunlight. The dirt will

ygn/sh.

Gona ora tha waory straSchat of daefrucHva rubbing. Evtn the dirtiest work clothes and pUy suits come sparkling ctesn ml! ovar . . thanks to Sunlight's extrs soapineisl children'e ,

M

Canada

"

"O God. Our Help

m

Agra

'

Past. "FlglH the Good Plgiit" and the National Anthem. C Page acted as Sag attendant. Last Poe' arvd Rrveille were tended by Bugler '

Hodfkineon. Vtctona 4IJ Pt *PO«r CANS United S'ate* Army men in baUie areas have been inaZntcted 'o make murlcal iti*tTiiii)er,i« froo) tin ^ *n» and iclepbunt wire.

the clouds, foo..*

when you see your CLOTHES COME BRIGHTER

FOR A

COMfUn WASHING

m

YOU CAN'T DO WITHOUT

SUNLIGHT

NOW

^ KNOW *

\

SUNLIGHT'S

£XTPA'S SPOTS

V

lovely scicc

Use our Christmas layawjy pUn.



THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA,

B.C.

TI KSDAV.

NOXEMBKR

14.

1044

i|

H

3.

2.

III'

^*

1

f

4.

(

1

-

|

»

1,

In pre-war

1939 the

cent surplus of power standing

policy

of

B. C.

facilities,

planning

Electric

had

in line

with

and

a

When

war years scores of new

here on the Pacific coast to establish its

But

to extend

and

improve services for the industrial, civic and domestic betterment of Britiah Columbia communities.

working on a 24-hour production schedule, demanded millions of extra kilowatt-hours of electrical energy.

Yet no essential war work has suffered from lack of power. The great Boeing airplane plant on Sea Island, demanding a vast volume of power, is now consuming as much as the domestic requirements of a demand entirely a community of 40,000 people All these requireunpredictable a year or two before ments we have met and this huge undertaking has functioned without an hour's lost time through





Our immense shipbuilding operations located on Burrard Inlet and False Creek in Vancouver and on Island consuming as much electrical current as the domestic requirements of a city of 60,000 have been supplied with alt the power they have needed for essential purposes. Ships of many types, from landing craft and frigates to freighters and tugs, have slid from the ways in ever increasing



Vancouver



numbers.

shortage of power.

facilities

Great new ordnance factories and a multitude of subsidiary plants turning out munitions of war, from

heavy machinery to precision instruments, have been constantly supplied with all the power they have demanded to keep their wheels turning without letHJp, day and night, year in and year out. As long as these stupendous amounts of power are needed for the teaks of War, they shall be supplied.

tk« grtatetf utceuard

conilantly undar tba ftra af two oppotinf linat af erttkiam:

traat public utility that ao vitally affocta tbo Ikot of pH.

tKa I. C. Elactric datirat to plica bafora coneaminf tka ffia

'k^traTafant axpanditura'* an tba ofia band and "inadaeuafo aanrica'* o
Tba futvro dovalopmofit

ItlitviAS tk«t »n informed pvblic

tt

Ika cMiaat of IHtiah Columbia

compofiy'a forty-iavan yaart af aipariaiKa in orpaniiinf. davalaplnp and adminittariof a hydro-alactrie irftlity.

coodition.

company Kac boon

tba public

Aa OTory pubik

C

Electric will be ready to irvcrease capacity as needed,

industrial plants,

•f a tr*a

the war is won and men return to the tasks ample electrical power available new and greater and help build a better Canada. The 6.

of peace, there will be

long-

industries

resources well ahead of anticipated requirements. in the first

5.

45 per

its

developing

utility

muat

ba, Hiit

iwt

«ra daaira to

praaant in tboaa announcomanti tba

actual facti aa w?lttan into tba racofdt of tba

may ba

abla to taka a

mora

company, ao that

aniif btatiad intoroat in tba

of hydro-oketfk powar Hi Irttiab Columbia it aasurad. Tba piooaarliif. foraalfbt aod aound adminktratioo of tbo I. C. Elactria lUIKrpy Company haa provldad a fou ndation upon wbicb tba b rff bt fwtura of tbk provinco may ba aafoly befit.

.

.

THE DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA,

Now

Fourteen

Aldermanic Race DftTld

who U well known In aocccr 4nd bM«b«n drelM &nd m n dirvetor 1910,

at Uie

EmIm

t
an*

nounced he would run lor an aiderman'* leal In the December civic

a*o

•lecUom, brinibtf to 14 the number

Baaidea hla father, be leave* a atepmother. Mr*. Charlotte Witty; grandparent. J. Witty, and a graiidMr* J Smith

already announced they will eootecl five aeaU.

who have

U

Mr. baler. wlu>

makliic Ida

flrat

A announce hi* platform later. of many leama during hla athieUc career here, he said tie waa tntereeted In providing additional dreaelng faclUUe* for player*.

Reported

member

Formerly an empioyee

^ /

^ D A>

oduHa have hod

hrwofM rioy acfw—uae

SciefiHfk teat* prev* cefKkitivwiy

aevM eut of ten cose* COLOATf'S TOOTH FOWOilt tb«( in

Insiwiifty steps

bwd

erwl

SAVES YOU MONEY!

TIP

Powder

ta

Culgsie

they

F.O.

are

milked of

used to

^

JACK KNOWLESt.

F.O.

MD

November Mra.

W.

hla parenli. Mr. U. Knowles, 1396 3,

and

VUU

10,500 in Victory

Bond* and

11,500 in

By Smmslorm

CXwrt Maple Leaf aerved refraahmenta. Attendance priae waa won by

L08 ANOELES.

R.t’.N.

Faaalng naval eumluationa on hU birthday. P.O. Knowles received hU present rank on

3lA

proenuion to

cent well-attended meeting, invested

J. ftnerty. Juvenile eommlUee reported aU candidate* were Initiated at their laat meeting, and a

Bro.

Rescue of at

least

Nov.

aoclai

dance would be held by the

Juvenile*

on November

rugged Mount

peded

late

13

two persona who

WUaon area waa Im-

the United States Air Transport HelfbU, have been Informed. EnCommand announced. listing with the RC.N. at the age The command'a Sixth ferrytog of 17, be hM seen service in the South Pacific, on the West Coast group said ahcrtff'a deputies and aboard corvette* and mtoeaweepers, United States Army pertMninel were and oo convoy patrol on the At- bringing ths sunrivors to a Pasadena lantic. Hls brother Sgt W. H. military hoapltal. The plane, carry-

1034 M«'Oregor Street, states that Cooper wm endeavoring to Cpl. Witty left Victoria with the UNDER JAP DOMINATION Pte. Ronald 6. Hook vm killed to PRCHIKTORIC TRADE ROUTE engine, when U backUt Battalion Canadian BcotUah action at Walrhren Island on or Cooper waa taken to hospitol A prehistoric trade route hM been It la estimated that there are traced Holei were bored Regiment to 1141 and later trans- about October 24 by geographers, running about 330.000,000 Chlnear under Twenty-one year* old. Pie Hoole acroM Europe from Denmark to Japanese domination in ths Far hull of the boat, which ferred. The 31-)’ear-old soldier received hla educatloD at Central and «VM bom on Salt Spring Island, Northern Italy. BMt.

insure CONSU*-'*

Confederation

the

Life

Associatioa

BOOAI^ ^lACHfO PUf(

'•Homy/

The worst

to

inflation

came AFTER

the

war

the last time

unemployment and confusion. For Canada

deflation,

...

to

to

be followed by disastrous

manage

successfully the

peace, maintain employment, and meet the world's competition



.

.

change

we must

cont/nue to have stable economic conditions. To protect the individual from rising costs of living

and

unemployment we must cont/nue

later

to prevent inflot/on.

CONTROL MUST BE MAINTAINED

PRICE

AS LONG AS INFLATION THREATENS

US. Wh*n ona

This

con only be done

ond consumers

refuse to

if

production

is

pay more than

efficient

and economical,

costs are

kept

down

tha

soma and

prices. tha window.

nas

or

n om or a mia tstuto sr ms oovtitNMiNr or Canada to t/miAstzt 7>c iMPotrAMcr mvtfmNO a nermt «sr tr nc cost or uvatG now, and ovution urrt

parson

damonds mora

for

goodk or sarvicos ha compals othars to

do ceiling

now

the Fortaleii Hall, the aU adult courts and Juvenllea have inveated approxlmstely 919X100 In the Seventh Vlotory Loan.

today by a snowstorm,

treatment.

sank.

back

17 in the K.

of P. Kail. With the fund* available through the aale of

sunrlved a cargo plane crash In the

manu- through the

farturing antitoxin.

Var Bonds

Rescue Impeded

fire.

fired.

for

Invest in

municipal bondi. A large attendance of members were preaent. and after the bualnesa aea*Mn the ladle* of

Cooper, fisherman, waa severely W(gd ha* l&en received by John buniad about ths face and anna F. Witty, 1359 Fandora Avenue, of Lose?* Life Ovrrwrajt Knowles. U serving overseas with ing 13 military passengers, crashed Sunday when hls fUhtog boat, against Strawberry Peak during a Information received by his par- the 1st Battalion. Canadian Sootmoored at the Piahennen'a Landing, the death of hi* only eon, Cpl. J^o driving rainstorm Saturday night. ents. Mr. and Mrs. 6. W. Hoolc, Uah Reflment. WM damaged to the extent of 91A0O Witty, Ramlltcn Light Infantry.

by

la

Chatham.

VS. Youngeet eem of Mr. and Mra. Court Northern Light. No. 993», O. Harper, 1090 Bank Street. P.O Ancient Order of beaten, at a reF.

WM

ABC

aM

H.4RFKR

Harper. 91, la a native of Victoria and a former pupil of Vlotocla College. He enllated In September, 1949

i

start

makes

B.

gator with the RX1.A.F. at



which

DAVID

waa recently graduated and awarded hla eommlaalon aa a navi-

;

vum

;

irritabilily

the joy of healthful

Who

the Continent, according to official notifloation received by hi* parents. Mr. and Mra. A Kerkham, *1430

^

Culfita's lyiaa TMthbrusli

kouw agam

FOft NEW PEP Dr. Chase's Nerve R)od AND ENEAGY

Margaret D. PTE. ROY B. KBRKHA.M term* expire thla Who died on October 31 of wounds year; and Robert C. Dewar, B. M. received that day during action on Dlggon, Oharlea Chlvert, Douglaa

and

I

COLGATE'S

Potoonous

to

i^liether in war work or other oocupatiooa they And that they have ibe pep aod energy which le emrotial for eAcienry aod eocceea. Aak for the new, ecoiway aiae bottle of Dr. C^haec'a Nerve Food.

ecuve army in August.' 1943, and Funeral services for the late Syl- proceeded oversea* to Auguet, 1944, an arUlJery unlL Trmnaferred via Stark. 100 years of age. were infantry, be wu prated Mat held at Oangea United Qhurch Uit Watch. Royal Thuraday. Rev. J. Dewar offlcUted. MPK. JOHN L. HICKMA.N Bom to Miaaouri. Mra. SUrk waa Highland Rethnem Prior to his the Mat of 900 colored Americana enllatmeni. the 97-year-oM soldlrr With the RCvK in Belgium, whd employed at No. 1 plant, V who came from Oregon to Victoria hM been reported killed fcUowlng t the invlUUon of Oovemoc flic and wm a member of the Knight* of action there, according to word reJames Oouglai She moved lo Balt PyUiiaa, Capital City Lodge. HU ceived recently by hla parenu. Mr. Spring Island In 1969 She U sur- widow. Orwee. retodea with her and Mra. J. J. Wclonaii. 1530 Bank vived by two daughters, Mrs. A Bom In Winnipeg, Spr. Street. Wallace. OangM, and Mrs. L. Young Rickman. 33. enlUted four years ago New Jersey. married in ttigUnd. He and has four brothers In the ser^'lee. Jamas and Norman with the navy, BURNED pn BOAT and Bert and Henry In the army. NANAIMO, Nov. IS. WUUam Killed in Action

TOOTH POWDER

their venom,

;

nenroue ^leUa aod

Fetlv Officer

Ltul Pioneer Pu$*e%

*

w ~

~

Fletcher, 7. A. CreMwcU. Earl O. PoUock. Truatee F. O. MulUner, Dr. D. Hunter and Mn. Alice MeOregor.

ooe of the

9e«M

Thin girl* are leandng that their enpelitee unprove digeeutjo ibe uae at iV. Cbaee'a N«w« Food tiw viiamm tonic. To be eur« of net muelag the ueual after-meal ireatasMl they buy the new, ecoopay aiM botUe of Or. Chaec’a Nerve I^>od aod keep It on the dimng table along witc the aait aod ir ahakere. tbev ran eharpeo

will run foa^alderman are: Aldermen D. D. McTavlah, J. A. Wurtblngton,

W. L. Morgan Chriatle, whoae

to better health aa4

now

I

C«le«W Nviee kMOn sotT es( ssesr-

The way

kilicfi

Compered

TO SMOKERS I

Thin Girls Learn Kcccntlv GraduHtet)

Bealda* hla parent*, he la aurvived by on* slater. MUa UeaUier Uoole. Victoria: hla grandfather. two Col. A. B. Snow, Oangea;

Now

4.

broeth.

lo other icadieg brands, a large tio of Colgate's gives you up to JO aser* knuhmgs, a giant do op co dd ssenr '"bnrsAiwg*—for ooc a peony morel

Toofh

la

who have announced

Othera

1044

14.

of the B.C.

Bectrlc Railway Co.. Ltd., he a foreman at Yamiwi. Ltd.

COLQATtS TOOTH POWDER

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER

Oeorfe Jay Schoola. He waa mar- where be wm educated at the ried In Bncland laat >war Ccnbal BetUemem School. Prum HU grandlalber, J. WlUy, la a achool he joined the let Battalion, well-known pumeer ol WUly'a La- The Canadian BootUah Regiment, fOOCt. and after all mentha in Victoria Ad ardent aportamao and Aaher- left with that reglmeot for'Oebert man, Cpl. Witty wa« a member of Camp, gotng overaeaa in October, the Boy Bcoula here aeveral year* 1941.

in Action

a cUy re*ldent •inoe

Efeftler.

B.C.,

in

Prica Control

goas out

W

N

9

THK DAILY COLONTST, VICTORTA.

W

;

R.C

W

By

on Powers

Dpatll4)rk

Be

to

TI C8DAY. Keywords

Air Authority

(riven Civil

EDWARD

A.

WAGNER

PlANETAJiy GLIDE FOB

UgMiida (jiptaiii

NOVEMBER

1944

14.

Day. Plana,

for the

rt-

sourcefulneas. progress.

Tuesday In Oerieral - Opportunities should not be larking on Tuesday, although prior to b pjn. presents some obatacles to clear sailing which can be overcome through the use of ingenuity and resource-

work than

time favors co-
!

^

Unued. Within a day or two. however, it will be known whether there will be

the technical side of

an agreement or a decision to

the United States Civil Aeronautics Board, said today the technical dlscusBlons have been profitable and the degree of coUaboratlon attained

—"Man; Happy persons bom on

remarkable

MeCuUough, tragedian; Robert

differ

lor the time being.

The principal delegatea of the three ooustnes with pronounced viewa
U

was anticipated. Edward Warner,

A

Its

vice -chairman of

U Dlok

Cut to Be Record OTTAWA.

Nov.

higher rate. MunlUona Oeiiartment said today.

officials

Latest esttmate of the 1944 cut is 4 700.000.900 board feel. 10;> 000.000 feet more than last year and not far under the all-lunr rcrord of 4.941.-

esUblUhed m 1941 Of the 1944 proUu<4mn .MOduOO.OOO Is earmarked for usr ;n Canada with

000.000

United Kingdom. 900.000.000 m tlie United Stales and 300.000 000 *o other coun1000.000000

(he

to

guitui

tries.

Oemaods from “

Uulted KincfV>m continue at s high rate, largely for tha rrpUcemem of bombed-out bulldinfs. It u> expected thw and (he requirements of occupied countries as thsy are liberated will maintain export markets at a high level for some considerable time. -

Figures compiled by Ute depart-

ment show thar'domMile cor.iump-

pace with Increased otiiput. ProducUoo figures for the war jrears have Increased about 49 iiar cent while Canadian consumption shows an Increase of 44 per cent. tn the ten .vears ended 1939 production averaged 3.173.44 7 000 board feel a jear ahlle for the mx war

prodwtlon averaged an Increase of 1.451.-

.vrar*. 1999-1944.

4.825.390.009

-

913 000 board feet a year.

Renovate Street

Rainbow

Bracken Calls

For Draftees



39 tn the city.

(hu

'

p.m. to 5 pm. 'There alU be a dance

WKDNKSDAY:

9

BlrtlidSH*

Returns.'*

Famous

this date Include actor: John

movie

Ful-

a steamboat.

31 to June 30, Gemini Stablllxe condltlona In your home, office or base of operations on 'Tues-

day and

ai>d

which he commented upon the declaraiktn last night by the former DefrtKe Minister. Col. J L Ralston. that the need for reinforcements overseas was "urgent and immediate.*’ Mr. Bracken said. in

I

'

I

:

Executive Officer,

R CBC.C Rainbow

you give yourself

if

transit tools or

poMible have othres come

If

and concerning the use

equpmem

is

of

advisable.

,

June 31 tO'July 32. Cancer -Catch up with correspondence, tiipe. ideas and contacts on 'Tuesday, but

don't take chancea especially those which involve finances, posoessloru. loved ones, affairs of the heart July 33 to Augiist Ti. Leo— 'TuesIs mixed, but it favors making available to us. namely -to decisions concerning money matters. aerial searcti Is continuing put Immediately into effect an order poaseasions. all practical considersalong the irttemaUnna] border in In council making the homb defence lions. B« tactful In dealings with SouUiwrstern British Columbia for army available for relnfon'emenu those 1" your environment and a Liberator bomber missing since guard agslnst complications. overseas. early Friday from lU bas* at AMiotsAugust 33 to September 32. Virgo TTie stalement. was issued with the ford. B C. The tour-englned bomber Use your persnnaUty, personal carried an 11-man cttw. all members endorsement nf the party's national service and coniarta to good adcommitiee. no* session In Winniof the Royal Air Force. vantage on Tuesday, but be guarded Air f2rce cOclats said a ground peg. It said the need for reinforceagainst a tendeney to confusion. |nparty may be sent Into the moun- ments was urgent and that they volvemenu. make sure you see your lalrtoua region some uma today In c^uld be found only Ui Canada, way clearly before you commit yourto (he plane there a draftI.

.

I

is now clear, are we. or to back our fighting men

"The ivue

Searching for Plane

are

we not

VANCOUVER. Nov. 13 <9?. -West- to the Command announced today means

limit

by

the

only

day

certain

I

,

^

I

'

!

I



m

Hold Kntertainnient

Entertainers during a meeting of intermediate group of the VTctorla Musical Art Society tn the TruUi Centre on Saturday night Bicluded Dorothy Harding. Dorothea Carroll, Harmiston. Shirley Ounn. Ethel Louis Sheen. Rita Nevard. Peggy Butterfield. Beth Walker. Raymond Le Huequet. Dorothy Francis, Joan

MAKE YOUR Then You Will Surely Be

Interested in the Stocks of

self.

September 29 to October 33, Libra Mr Bracken said It was "common -Tuesday la a good lime in which knowledge" that the Dominion Cab- to aotve problems, place your activiinet was "still divided and in a state ties on a Arm foundation. Make

of uncertainty." He challenged every sure that you an- pracdral espemember of the Government to state cially Id coonecUon with money publicly where personally he stands In this crisis.

The statement concluded: "In the name of the Canadian peoand for the protection of the men

From Canadian and Noted

British Mills

ple

overseas, after due consideration of the gravity of the situation and with

the endoraatlon of the national committee of the Progressive Conservalive party ... I call upon the Government to fulfil Its duty lo our men overseas and to carry out the will of the people as expressed in the plebiscite by passing the riecessary order In council and sending the available men In the home army as reinforcementa forthwith •

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A

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Choice of

Patterns and Colorings.

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j

,

56-Inch Herringbone Tweeds

36-Inch Navy Storm Serge

36-Inch Union Tweed

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A

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— niakc«-

into nice suits or dresses for school

O

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at

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aildnlahl far Vanraoaar. ar FneciiM J»ati *111 arrira Vlriafla dailr at 1 a fras VaitcMirar eundava onlr a loavtai Milina «iil arriva at Victoria Iroat Vaneotirar at V 4t a VTCTOWU-eXATTIE Wa erli>r*M Char lotta ar St FtIdccm AUra vlU laava Via-

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Robing

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m

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m

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For

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Moss

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T

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Q PA

Fawn

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31*

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I

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Winter

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Blue

Op ^#^0

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BAREALADE

In the

Orange and Throc-Fnih. Aylmer.

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^’ar
— Dre«s

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Yard

in

aUn a two-tnne lighter-weight herrinpb'ine in Medium A

t»rey,

throws, fancy blankets or men’* dressing gowns Shown in Buchanan or Colquhonn plaid.

r*r

FOR TODAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY

4M

loria dallf far aaiila at »wi ta eriitraaa Obarlatia or fta Pttni-au AUra wUl arriva at Victoria dallt from SaaiUa at 19 ew.. Iroouota *111 laava Vtctorla daUf (or-WaattU at • 49 am. 9a Iroaaoia tnil arriva at Victoria dailv rrom •aattu at l’4» a m ICTOItlA-eOin' AffOCLC* - Sa Ir

l-!b.

Jar

m

t 49 a

VWAHTT SAT-SALT IVRmO ISnAITtV. Ml Cr Park •ill laava S«arU Sav for

KaUda, Yelltm Label.

Mb.

Pairore at t laara

the Military bands led the sing-

May

'

and Christ-

mas party on December 19. R P KINGSCOTE.

Mllloy and Grace Adams.

ncTofUA-VANcoom ChArlMW or 8« hnBr«*i VkiAfl* exiiv «| I M e B

daiiv

ful floral tributes at the foot of

ing and inaased formatlocis of iroc^ia and district ^thered at added impreasivenea& to the soene. ths War Memorial here. Saturday, Rev. J. H Wright, padre of the Oaon Front Street for services, spon- nadian Legion here, said the praysored by Nsnsimo Branch of the era Capl Norman CaTland. chapCanadian Legion. B.F.8L. lain of the area, gave the sddreaa

CBAFT

C'OAfiTINO

ier!a

Brownies and Cube to place beauUstone.

Orest Wars, military and clUseury

of this city

MAIL AiM) SHIPS

«

ScouU,

to make up your mind In fact poise and good judgment are the keys to progress today, so don't force Issues or make changes!

,

,

additional two cars total of

Boy

ample lime

j

Vancouver

an

day. especially

'

.

to bring

Ouldea.

April 30 to May 3f, Taurus-Your Judgment should be good on Tues-

j

I

4',nrn

from Vancouver, nukklng a

are the mak'

—Paying

to the glor-

and present

Olrl

Mareh 31 to April 19. ArteaTueeday favors attenthm to regular duties, making the most of what you have instead of buying tilings. The accent u on erunomy, practicality. Don't waste anythmg, but particularly conserve rnaUly and money.

R.CB.CXl..

officer.

I.

earn In Victoria are to be completely renovated and modFor«*rasl ernised withtn the next few months. IJght winds, clear and cold, with It was disclosed yesterday by A. T. Few light frosts In early morning. Ooward, vlca-presklaiU of the Brlt- scattered fog patches In low-lytng Uh Columbia Seclrlc Railway Co areas, dlasipatlng rapidly during T4d who said several of the cars moming. F|lr and mild tn the have already undergone extensive aflemonn, becoming cool in the reconditioning evening. All renovation work p. beuig done at Vancouver yards, Mr. Ooward

had

men

19

Annutice tribute

and

H.M.CB. Uganda, which This original type of astrological an Important role In the SlcUy and Italy and feature applies to you on Tuesday. Look for your birthsign and date

The enure ship's company wUl parade at headquarters at 19 30 duly hands at 19 00. Tuesday, duty division will be Hood under Sub-Lt Smith. Friday, duty division «U1 be RodWINNIPEG, Nov. 13 (Cfi.— John ney under Midshipman Saunders. Sunday The whole ship's com- Bracken. naUoitai leader of the Propany will muster at Douglas and gresslve Conservative party, "in the Broughton Streets at 19-90 for name of the Canadian people and church parade, after whKh ship’s for the protection of our men overcompany will march past the salut- seas." called tonight upon the Doing point- at Public library, where minion Government lo ‘.fulfil it« the commanding officer, HJ4.CB. duty" by making the home defence Naden, will uke the salute. Ship's army available immediately to reincompany wUl then proceed to bar- force the Canadian Army overseas. rackA where lunch will be served tn a siaieraent on the "gravest Open hoMc will be held from 3 iMue noa* facing cotunry."

All Street

M

lYie mothers of

or era of mas.

Nov.

B.C..

Rarkor dallr rartpt Wadnaadar a m and 9 p m . Mi Cr PKk •(» ^Kord Harkor far Soarta Bar dailr

M

pat.

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per pkt.

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pm

2

RICE KRISPIES

19-lb. tack

pm.

m

NARATMO-TARCOtfVSR -

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far

UN

.

fra-

past a guard of honor of army, navy

ious dead of the last

their

p*trl«wic

and other orgsiviaauooa Aled

ternal

?iars

mvaslon of

search of which failed where was large army return from a routine navigational ed by the present Government.

Mid. and between and 60 men are being kept working full time on such Jobs The street cars are taken to the Mainland by means of a b«rte Approximately 93,500 la spent On each vehicle To handle larger crowds, the railway company has

m£'*tr

NANAIMO.

Two

Italian coast In Ordcfa lor the week ending No- later moved up the below. vember 17. by Lt -Crodr. P W. TrMje. support of the landings at Salerno.

which aci'ounts for about half ern Air the cut. has. uruler wartime controls, that an kept ilon,

make important

l**aiurM. lae

of

be a progressive year for you, especially where dealings with frlemli carr. o. a. MsiNbiT. o a r. e.c.m. and asaoclatca are conoeroed. Mix Of Chemalnus, comt|ianding offiwith people, make the moat of your cer of Canada's new S.OOO-ton contacts and opportunities.

should be followed In bringing the rstabllshmeni of uniform technical Standards on a world-wide basis to completion.

eunmendlng

Canada's

13

panded demands oontltiue at an even

of

To Dead

Your Year Alicad— This should

played

1944 lumber production Is g
Powell,

ton. Inventor of

lor one of the main committees aeittng forth the procedure which

cruiser,

Expecting Lumlier

making progresa. November 14 Is Your

don't

Instead

tkf

Nanaimu Pavn Tribute

prise Ip

haa been prepared

resolution

tMiylnf new things, attend to accounts, private and secret matters on Tuesday, but

sources

CHICAGO, Nov. 13 CE>—Serious Intemational authority can be reor the conferess coma to a wera made today to reach remain the agreement on the main polnU of oocifemioe may end In a week to difrercDee at the InurnaUonal Clvli efforta

And b« UcUut wlUi htfhwJanuary 19, CapOwetnter 23 advice, ideas, eo* up*. ricorn -Seek PVbniary 19 to Mkrcli 39. Ptscofri^wraUan on Tuesday, forward dUAMortaUon* with othen can be Be eoonoqilcal. Interests. taut helpful. M«k co*oper»Uan aiwl adthrifty, especially In the use oK Dont mix vice on TUeaday. however, the day nances and vitality. caUa for cauUoD In tranaU. dietary friendships and money. and hoallh dlecreUon. tact In your January 30 to l^ruary It, Atjua- v><.^king environment. rtus— Make the most of your re> IUtMM4 ar CeeMiM*i«e

1

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Notions. Main Floor

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m

SECOND NEWS SECTION

(K8TABL1RHKD 1IM»

kk;hty.!si\th ykar

PORTS LANTS By SID

aiiffers Reirisler

TUOPHV TO PrRPfeTVATE naml of LiELT. Horr

(Jipck In

Red

Uful. •Tony" Hope. p»>puUr m>c>

tlte

aupreme wcrUlce

W. Torsfiia

Ute

uii

on

live

in

locaJ

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1

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3

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33

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Ranger* Ranger*

Luigiblc way their gympathy to Lleul Hope'a pareiiu In the lca> of tUeir eidrai aon. employees of the treasury and ordnance depart* menu at H C. Dockirard, where the father *= employed, purchaard the memorial trophy to perpetuate the name of Ihe Can*'*‘m

3.

Detroit

t.

Boston 3. Csnadteitt 4, C'hkago Detroti 4. Toronto 2. Toronto 3, L'anadlras

M

nfftrer *.ho fought ao gallantly died for hia country.



addition of

3,

2.

and

Into the cellar. Toroniot victory over Canadieu. much of the credit going to their

In

which the young officer played earlier aorcer matches Oefore

graduating to senior company

Memorial

Trophy'

to

played for between two local a." Atar club on the annual Juvet')!i

Day

-

da-

on

•‘

‘i

all

pfor-'

here during

the •''k-end

!

.

Black

|

and

Whiles

Com-

3

'

bines

the e‘- --^}fiilj»n In which he
ing

^


-

I

Oak Bay

.

player- of lom'‘rrrr Okanagan and Kootenay* pointed Kniiwtng Lieut Hope aa we did. we' out lack of juvenile delinquency in feei^rrrtaln that he would have' places where ice wsn available for liked noUTh\c better than to help the youngsters. fnolbalt

ll

Th- a!' »r I'.m i working out nlghily at Athletic under the dlrec Uon of Jim Smith. BUI Blelvop and About 'i3 cf the rreatn at was confined to penalty attack, and Lloyd Williams knotted B. Reilly awarded for "leer up In the the score on his scccmd pcnaily goal scrum Lloyd Wtlllanu. Vancouver. Victoria was awarded a penally m and Brian B'lMrving. Victoria, the dying minutes, but Bell*In'ing boMed (he penalty goals kick was widr Msinlandcr. put on In-aarly ollenBill Kinder and Fred Frewrr. opBlvt. but Victoria had the first oppor- poalnt lullback handled well aivd outcome left the locals and the tunily lo score on a penally kick by came up ~ :tli soo>e good kicking Mainlanders deadlocked In second BelMrviug. which was short Vsn* The Vsneourer high school student berth, one point back of the Varsity couver moved ahead 3-0 on a penally got greater distance with his kicks Thunderbird* goal by Lloyd Williams from the but failed to find touch on a number Rival squad.v trotted out a number M*>ard mark Ten minutes Utei of occasiotLS

3

Balmoral

T'-W’/r'.

nu^Jlrs

Jame.»

.1

Bay 0 R(
klclk

Vancouver

Vuioo*

4.

Brenle.o^r) Collrg; .Mty

qmmalt. kicked off the

mldfFld The Royal Canadian Navy Band was in altcndaucc and played prior form and gained a 33-34 lead to the start of the nii^rctf and duriii'

000

krn was

36-35

A

g

7.

Vni'cr-

aiiaiiiio

School 0

BASKFTRAM.

attraction for this beautiful

one

mat

" will pleH>.e all (ourtvi<

ghm

90

Vernon. Ne* Wesimiiutff and Na-

Ihe

students

from

9n

I'riick N'-‘

I

large*'

Re-elecled

meeting held

at live annu.nl

here during the week-end

Venvrm

Becker,

eter:i:|-..- will

V.M.D.

winners a 3-0 lead

N* Jiminv Mvlnc' one

Nary

3.

Anndav

vice-

:

i

2.

Nary

Rwra

Army.

r*.

Athleilr Parti.

Aunday— Nsnamlo

r*.

Heal*.

at the

haP-iime

Interval

i

I

Nett game*:

Frank

named

-as

Pal Allken, Nelson, rean-r/Uir; »f- -urcr, and the

prr.«iden». cj.-.'tert

Kimberlev

A^t

and

Rvsn.

.leffr-.j

Na

The seccavd canto wa.» only a few minutes old when Parkx made it 4-0. and about midway through the stansa the same player wound up the scoring for the shipyard lads FighMng back sgBlnst a fi*e.goal defier. Navy finally found the range on a *ho( by Simpson Keepi g up the offensive, the rzilors adred a second and final marker of the game wph Eddie DeCosta sagglntf the ncitmg Joe Obee refereed

for

43

i

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,

J \ i

ii

Moore

Mr T-mrtu ,

^

MUSIC OF JOHANN STRAUSS

Pe»e

NEW YORK.

Nov

-Capt Joseph Clould. 48-year-old former boxing manager, wa* sentenced to three years at hard labor, fined $13 000 and dismissed from the United Blatea Army today following

Five

12-in.

13 i/F

Recordk

/Alts

641

tracts

m Album

ROACH

KENT

bribe.*,



.

OouV. charged with arceptlng more than $1,600 In connectlort wilt;

Tliunderbirds

he

awarding of contract* worth $1,000,000 to the Cornwall Shipbuilding Company, fne also was ronvlcted of seeking to have Stephen Patrick tTex. Sullivan, a boxing •

.

Win Thriller

Nan •• ••'' declined to acre-elerljnn due to preasure of private affair.* Maffeo.

associate, testify falsely In

his

be-

half before the court-marllal

The 13-man military court dellb ermted three hours and 25 mlnutas before the verdict was announced by Col Ralph Slate, prealdent Gould, •o

all

who had

pleaded Innocent

once managed exChampion Jam«4 J.

counts,

hea;7wrighl Brwddock.

.

f

Temide, secretary of the Players contemplating f'Tlp are asked to rommu:

..

his eonvtetlon by a general courtmartial of conspiracy to accept for the award of army con-

la*e,- JUhBtie paid $34 40 after he headed P A. Plarullls Uayal Tinty

cept

w

,

have been ma<

®.

live

TTomng out for their fir-t com petnive artloii Of the r,-ilrlc|| Bav Gremlins. We.-.tern * msda b-?krfball rhamplou.*, drr»ivped " 36-35

nalma.

Vancouver

Nanaimo

state

Assoclatloi

New Wesimlnst

M

.

.

for

Hockey go to

to

Harry Zandt and Gordie handled the game.

1-1

doiib'.r

(liiih

current Pnnliro mcetuig. ww~ returned Voda.v to 18 holders of liekeU on Mr*. O. O, Ruseei: Church Supper snd Mrs, Hajvson'r Lc" - Junone, L winnars of the first snd second racFs respectively Churcli Supper scored by two lengUiA over J. P. Harris' Busy Man, pacesetter for most of the 'Pie vinner paid 1133 way

CANADIAN FtyOTBAl.L Boilermakers 40. Army

.wution

Rraervalioiu.

the

-

Rimliro

||..:?2

N \N MMO DK>r ^T^ Week-end M"*nries b> Nannimo ARMI TFAM. 31 and Vlciofta Machtneiy Depot conBe ‘Ing up a 1-0 lead al the deejBion tn VaiTily Thunrterblrd.*. Mdertbly lightened up the race for breather, and bagging Uie odd undefeated leaders of the Vancouver naimo ftjxf. place in the Victoria and Dismarker in iliiec in the final half, Senior League, In an exhibition basThe a.*Anciattor h\ a vote of 15 triri Football League race, and Nanaimo turned back Hie Army, 3-1, ketball fixture Baturdsy evening at COI Nf II. ADOrTA moved the Up-Is)andera and shipIn »»'e Arrm»ii<-e jjav fixture tin 4, turned down a mnllou hv Jack the High School gv mnsMum coMMrTTr.r rf.port mnriieri lo within a single Onh goal of Ihe opening uanra Elongaied Ole onxkcp. wi*o paced TlteCHy Cr.’-n-ll nerds^ adopted Ryna. Nanaimo whl*h v Andrews, playing mitted nothing rnuld be done, un- Nanaimo on Ihe latter'a home pitch, framework In ihe early stage* of .years. coach of the airmen from Patricia the second half. Army went <»n th* •p.- council also approved the leas at the risk nf losing promising and bring together the Naw and attack and tied up the score on a Bay. set the pace for hi- clubmaies, players Army at Royal Athleilr Park committee's rrrommendaMon of a goat by Wilson Neither team added but they did not follow his example Alvin Parks, shipyard workers' site for the arena ot» Galt 3ireef, ORr.AM/.ATlON TO! I.D to lU lolal unlll late In the game, Ootng at a fait clip alt evening. Ancentre forward, was Ihe scorliig star which ha' already been approved by OI TI.AW THF PI.AVFR.W when Rke. .-‘;lfieil from the wing to drews dropped home ft point' to top the CHlsens' Arena Commlllee Be- .. Williams * g-'-^he turned in 10 were high mjii tor the •rudent* -- killed In long, of Wraxali. 33. mliht m lh= winners a »pei tacular performance, and hi* Flyer* fell tiack in th# ••ri oraction Ift Nortl.a.-’ FtitcMie badiv needed in His Stmnron Eddie DeCe-” reg- netmlndma pr» vented the troot'-*. tebe a l0-7,Jcsii » Ina. S;ist rallied .weatlls mh-' father. Brig -Oen Walt - Long, was Brltlsli Cctsiered for the sailors friwn making toe mont uf their many pert‘»nce in NeLvoii. Trail, Kintberley.

for

Wally Veamaiu' EagletiM turned back the HudM-:Bav 38-32 in the prelimlnarv game

Ooiihlr

BALTIMOUF of

.

•teiiar

all



'

Aldermen Morgati and DaMc* were duiner guests of the r. ?c-ritUnn Saturday night w*d told of effort.* being made to build s el ir rl’-' here They were p'mty of ndv./-’ from d'!'-;.;t r.ho limi

I, (>75.

\l A

Valdllj J4 Oifih.i nsglettrs 34. Hudson/ Bay 22

(sriiiiston Is

rtiy,

RF.KIRVATIONH Madf

drwd

In a meUmmarv Kim.- Brentwood College defeated Unr.erriiy School, 7*0

upset

-

lege.

In "oIkLv of the game Bakho.„r . nrld ,0.1 ,„d It mr« with the final score

the dying

‘the Internal

Insplrerl

football

11

near the erd of the game when French allowed a safety, making the final score 15*10 for Bt. Louis Col-

after

ball

being introduced to the players at

Mainland

Wildcat (earn provided He also told of the maple Moor.* laid Cadet A 0 bef.'.,. a emwd of over the pipes when ihq cold sea.>
An

scoring

.’s

FK

(

Manaimo 3 A.'iiv. VM.D. 5, Nav 2

:

rAsTFRN FOOTBALL HAMILTON Ont Nov

Fletchera baiUiitg in the aemi-flnals

Ihe 133'pound league, which closed Its reguhr tea*on on Sunday. In addition, an attracuon U being lined up for half -time

nine.

AO< i

I

a

Ma^or McOavlii

of

ing 13 newcomers, and Vancouver Irvmg penalty goat foi Victoria. Lighter than former dubs, Victoria took control at Uu3 tiage the iranw swung Into action in a and before the breather Bell-lrvtng fast, keenly -fought fixture in which spilt the uprights with a pet fed the draw verdict was a fair Indica- kl<'^. making the score fl-3 for the tion of tiu: play If anything. Vic- locals at halftime toria had more scoring opponuniues Soon after lire rt'sumpUon oi play than Vancouver Ausun Cullln attempted a field goal The squads were strong defen- for Vlcioris and just mL-sed the sively. and consequently all Ihe target Vancouver returned on the

fol

i

playerg.

Our^ongraUilatlona^ go out to the fX-lrgat' to the annual meeung Drw kvard emptoyeea (or thew aplendid ie^lure. firat in perpetual* of the British Columbia Amateur log the name of a fine athlete, and Hockey A*.vociallun here ail voiced second la making It poaaible for the hi>|)c that Virtoris would have an trophy lo be the meaitr of heiphig IOC rink next yeai' Tliow from the tlie

that

at the op.uing kick -off (crvlce. of the Victor a Boy

Band had been secured for U»e ait* The preliminary game at o'clock will /re Jokers and

cr:.

1:13

:

are turned over for the promotion, of aorcer among the up*and>comlng

young

lo

ftrst

oAcUte

and the

B

Pre.sent plana call for the 'Tc»-> H('i»e

noumement will

CPORE an Armifltlcc Day crowd netmmder. 36*year*old Frank of 1.000, Victoria and Vancouver McOool. wlio played a tenssUonal game Veteran Dave iSweeiiryi 'Rep' Rugby fifteens battled to a Bchriner's ma.ter workmanship, i-6 stalemate In the Crlnuon TiO^'a however, and polished offensi* e confirst McKechme Cup future of Uie the tinuity of Leal*, paved the way seaatm at Macdonald Park The for the goals. rookie

Victoria's

fur

football classic. tebeduJed for Athleilr Park nest Baturday at 3.30 o'clock, ugairut BUlne, are going alksd rapidly. League ofBclals came up In.v^ night with the an-

The Patrick-

.'.aw

to

Ueut.

MctT

tidiTratf'd Blaiiir

irloria^— -Mavor to Officiate

American

Ice

this year in five .itarti

<3ub

I

A Pr.paraUo:

li»n)p(otui.

on home

men then played to a &*3 tie with Boston Bruins Sunday to send Utem into a fmtrth place tie with Boston, each with three ixdnf. Cliicago'v dropped the Hawks

I.

Tonight's game

Chicago at Beslon.

Football Aaaorlatlon. an aaaociatioji

hu

1941

14.

ixture

Montreal Caaadiens, 3-1, Saturday night for their I2 sljth aucceaelve vleltwy. but were 14 handed a 4-3 beating by Deu*oU Red « Wings at the border city Sunday. 3 Canadlena partly made up for their 3 loss by winning. 4-2, from Chicago S Black Hawks on the latter's home ice Sunday. In the oidy other Saturday night contest. Rangers defeated Detroit Red Wings. 6-2. for the first victory

r

perpHuaLhig the Hope, the trophv will aaatFt in raiAlng funds for the Lower Island Junior and Juvemlr In

name

l

NIaple I

I).

Werk-rtid scoras:

aume

in

cxpreiaiiif

.

B«9toa

•oecer clrrlea with the presentatloi) Rangers or the "Tuny Hope Mrmortbl Chicaga Tyophy.** . L>e»lrvuB

L.

C

lanadtena OeUwit

Uie United Nation/.,

hu name wlU

but

Rii«[by

5-2 Victory Over Beaten

AX itii

AX iiigs

LE.40lf: STA.VOING

hM

other brUUant Vtetorhi •thletet.

batUefieldB of

Cup

Action in AIcKeclinie

THOMAS

ccr BiK] bMkrtbftli pteyer. Ilk# mAiiy

paid

VMTORIA, BKITISH i:OUJMBIA, Tl ESDAY, NOVE>liER

EASIER SHAVES W/fli

M/nora Blades I

ceetforf* $»Im •ooneoiyv lowdown on Minor*. IfiMya quoOty Mod* h IK* low-prioa fWd*

Cr*o4wr

W

Ir

t.

V McARil

ENDELL WUIkles calls

death re natunUly hU campaign

the

for

prrsidrncv

th#

of

United States in 1*40 when popular demand made him lh« Republican candidate, agauvsl the wlahes of the managers of tha In that campaign Mr. WlUkle naturally emphasised th* fact that ho was born on a farm and worked hU way up to the head of a great Industrial corporation by th* homely rtrtues of frugality, industry and enterprise He made « great Imprassinn on the nation, aa he de. •erred to do. as he emphastxed hia party.

humble origin and

hts toll on the farm, which he suggested by hia rather rough and ready and even tousled appearance Harold Ickes. a veteran polUirian of many a campaign. and a master of cutting phrase, nommented on Mr WlIUcl* a barefoot Yes.

Just

simple

Wall

Btraet lawyer ' It was deraatatlng, and Mr WUlkle was a good enough sport

to

laugh

at

the

deacilptlan

himself.

(bof'i lf>*

mt

YO(/4 oouiif-rocf

tAzot

CoOOISHSMcWoRTS Umiud TORONTO, ONTARIO

-

'

kUled

In 1617

I?:

rffer

mg

suet

the

inducement,*

Tw'- goals by Parks and • 'inglet\ Psvne gave the ewnttial

ton

When quality and ARE OF FIRST IMPORTANCE, WELLDRESSED MEN V1/EAR

Believe /t or A^t.^

Sy

RIPUy

—igAter* might take

tl,..

.

-

wHh

•'pcti.'ioK

Pre

fir*'

-half scoriiig onporiunliie*

Danny Olarcy

refereed

V»f ity pulled upon even terms the third quarter, with H*'^.--

i:. fir

a wnile

Nrw

Qrtms»nn

Vn>ig

matchc-

harm wr

*0 what

ling six pf-: *nd Rcr cl*'-'ftrrmer Victoria sihlere ir i^ing free thro' to knot -he “'ire

lie*

Stanfields

Gunn,

Jimi..;-

asked how

gUe

(efims could

All of

)w

tiie

senior

ip

'•

BrH‘>*h Coiuinbia the public - bresk

Who

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-jp

dra'T

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nigi'i

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Parade

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de«.'

woaafiesGs/mspf

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gUAry GAi BAT-tmc

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SATURDAYS all

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Plaaas additta

• rtere'ic,‘--»a

Of ONE

SAGO'f '.ftFi.igvr It vyc s IT iN INAT A .-“lO.f.PAHO Our NK>(T ISAOPRD M.r >-*r;$TMCAPT CO--'-'

Mf Tl'

aa/‘

/

own

with

British

barving plavers from going lo Be•“.g them ar;71'.- rnl*' H*V -• yperuloii of la*t --r in='--1uced bv Jack P... in.

mom

your

if

Mr Oi-nn Uvep told the — -etinf ' };.n.-..:*d hu loop -uld hr only OOP to parttespate in Allan :

fijf

AWARDS

iioOYAns st

Com-

*

It

(Victobia'vtd

compc"»ioij

Hf O WAMI AND r.wo ON t^ru -yr .*« rr wraiM ue** AI.I

H

pUyr»4

Mh niumMa body •~-~'Uld thedrl--’— --^rired

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fact

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n

m

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oto wkoay

nrisa

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of Ihe

players could r**- *h mercial L~.tgu- In Beattie

(lUiUAIf oT PoomA,lnotA

* *

CARBURETOR AND MOTOR

BOULTBEE IOliniment

or

Va:.

New We?tmii»ier the next night OrlmMon potnied out that Pres;-

•AQAH ANN •ARTM

BRAKES

'•en»en'

••••« min fro*-' 30-36 and Uteu lne ajr;..-. came soaring back >ti a flash ol old-ilme

pl«vrr« wept to SewMie

day

Underwear

of

Vancouver

f':'nnrd

;

loop If

secretary

at

36-26

being

Wir ^

1*

^

Wr ,in* f." (lidn t consider Bri*L*h Columbia team “•'•"d b# ruliahlr to i-y# part In Allan Cup

FIT

SOLDIERS!

quar'er ehijr.' In the rmd se.‘.*ton the clubs match'd points, and half-Ume interval arrived wi'h the Pstrirla Ba> bo> )e*«lli. 14-15 first

:

1

TO SArrLfc

(

[on!ibis

KfkT0A/(

11

quatMa to ORiAoeniat Rip(*j. e-o Kiog rwa*uraa. Nav Tort etty. H Y.

1*

,

it'.mslcm exp' '--d

for

GLw BODNAR

plaj,” e

a'‘‘;

beuig

told

Dutton.

NHL.

boas,

rr

ncH

had in

'AMFrNrV

h(

MRINf R

Uin* Matt* With th* toionio Maple of the National Hockey League, Who Ar* Sharing the Laattaiae-ip tn Hockey "Big Savan." |

1

CIGARETTE TOBACCO j

0

'

THE liKKers

victory.

Inacn

O

Gray

**

0.

doubles 0;

OUou

Q<

Scores follow

E 3.

Dawscei V. Adia

4

P.

Wight

0,

$.

7

The i»ca for the tr*>phy to be aoo by the player witli the fmest

4.

16

1

.636

low:

Ray ipaweoo

16

1

AM

Kalih ObMi George Lowt

14

3

176

VV.

W.

Browne-Cavw

L. ^ '

7

3 4

13

6

H It

t

Vm

HlcSory WoPt (A> JutUcc l> Anatsd

•ivisfH aAca-.e«vMi Chsidan liratb

Lotad

Qtiata Jtt*(ica

(

Cnpytiilu

Jaotcr

Pi><

llricb

ai«n

KSVOSD as( g<«« PaM r»p« Anrvfr Hull

Well saitsAed ‘^Ith the showing the club nude against Vancouver "Retfei" in the Armistie Day match. Coach Campbell Forbes and Capt Di^k George, manager, will soon retraining letaiona for Victoria Ui preparation for their sgslnst Varsity ThundrrbJrds Vaially Stadium one week from thl'. .Saturday

BU



-

.lana V'.

Ma.'

K«nl«i.a Wir Rati.au Ata P7j*f f La<*

The propowed clvlcally • owned arena bears prtxutAs of becoming a Greater Victoria project In more then name For the reeves of Esquimau and Saanirh have both thrown thdr Aupport behind the ClttteW

m

Vic-

lU campaign to A. -rna Commmee ralM* 6F6.000 before the preMnUUon lh^ by-lar to rU> property own-

Vancouver. Pebnisry 17 -Vlriona r* Vanity,

:-f

er- next

— Vault)

Vancouver,

Stadium.

St Varsity

YA< IIT.^MAN PASSES

BELFAST. Nuv Keliv

fir>tt

illcnger

Added Feature

.

«

an

Or-' -

Kf.

WALLY BROWN

m

ALAN CARNEY

THEATRE

.

WC

Susan

Mon-

<

Univer-

JUNE ALLYSON GLORIA DtHAVEN

HiuN KMtvnr

«)«k

•*4

Ki*

Ordi«f>re

UNA ROMAY

XQ

3

^

screens

TllFATRE

drama

great

Wildcal

Ameche

Don

d9¥iltryl



Oypav kUiia

:•

OORC.C VAI.F

r»OI

Leading net pelltion

i

Odf p Panthorpe fi6, R

follow; 72. R. Hoadley 73. J. P Morgan R, Panthorpe 74. E Dempsey 74. D. Johnson 75, O E Davies 76 J Clark 76. Fetch McIlTBlIh 76. 76. 76. P. L. Daaanla 70. B. Bnape 79. H. Fanthorpe 00, A. Clarke 00. D. OlUbard 00 A Cowx 00. J Thom-

Club,

Lsglng of the prr ’nt proBr-vrten fS“-- to thl* rogn'he ..Akwerg Pe»'lY«J Opera,

W. a, Prampton

rme of the Cvt-tandlng directors In and an authodiy on

W

W

7.6.

O

A"

Annual mectutg of Uie

Harpf Jar-.“ natlonV top and ht’

fHF.ATRF.

oren held at 73*

TWO

row night has been postponed on Important Apeakera

TB

ocrupatlon.

O

#

Barbara Mullen

H

Ate-.:;

Aw:



r

-tN.

A,"t


Worm

Ifnrni Wr-.'in • War • k* Ca»t#r

Jfr:-

HaMon

a

et

Mr H'lmarerpTT

Mualtal

(.«

TODAY

In

WalUUm*

Psrm

Ma

chimr,

of

in Happ.eaa* narkftair W.Ia

Sla

>•

••

1.-

ktar er

rrti

n''*r’;'an

r*.'rr.Al

nToasra*!

)

ifrtn

lA

*

Warner

In

A a

s^

a

B;

-

-•

R„;-.

k

p-.

'

ti>i

?alria*

w

fiafa

.

Reur.red f; time Since

-

TOHAV

U/

.

H»aa
Ipvli. Jr

;

rh'k

uM

T),,.

If

T--

A

Mu

T -

U'n,.r- M<

Thaairr Thaatrr

rm*.*r MrO«r riMrar Mo-.**

Dimar M r n u

apt*’’'

M

Draaa

Mfgbhaif In

Hit

Mow#

Ttn Ytonl

To

('Jtv

1

C A'

15 r.* B»

tiata

It

gi«>it

a<

•.*:•

•••"» Oapa -f

f

-

>

.

(*'.''5

ii

C»:

— r%

A.'.d.ttori

D«v 7



Mou»e.'‘

Immortal z\ia

I

S'?-’:

to-

ft>ll(7Wlnc

«

of M.ir-Tp.

.

8«:ri«t

t-i , Ci*. -.ff:;.!!!, OifAerr t U

the formal •^fv.ing and Dr H R 8ar-

preaidentlal addreaa.

f

•itt.

Ve—

ra.o.i*

Hon. 3 C Carson. MUiUter of p.ee. will formally open the nual Western meeting of the Canadian ingtltute of Mining and Metallurgy at Vancmirtr tomorrow The institute meeUngs wtU extend from Weditaaday to Friday, inclu‘;Vf and emteixide 8#turday mom ing with a YUU to the Vivian C&gir

Works.

a

irTi-w* gaaea

Hava

34

Adteni«r». Morta*-

OverS.

I

fn

genk efoef mining anginear ppovL-rial Department of will

for Uie

Mine*, take p«rt in a re Tier of mlnlnr

WeaLem Canada by Dommtoa

In

and

prciYlnclal

departmental

ofB-

clalff.

Or^

oi the programa srltedulad Friday la a metal industry aympo lum. ’Idarketing probWtna the Metal Manufacturlnf Induswhich Tin be introduced by trW-. for

m

R

8 O'Meara. Trade CommUalotier, ProTir^l Oovemment. Jam-"

'

Dtekaon,

7": be ehklrman

chief laspectqri for a ooal synl-

• •

praoi

Mother Not



A

Jt

SkstA' M*.i4a

(.oming



:.-

Ibaen'.-

~*aa<

ae-.ndve

M as

. ,J

iir:

3I*BA Hard* Hat Mlllef le-.t

phi;,--..

2T and 25

in« Pis;'.: .' tciday are : aiars (** thing ' At .. a fijnoiu play and a cast aied stara. tha nor. u tntrtTuluf. This *' whai U <>re for i<-.?rs of tha : «aJd

to

DANC NQ MELODY LANE

.

Air-r'r»r km»r; i 7 y-

TSaiaus N»< B'der a*i e-5tr

Om

»

ii.ee

I

i

nal'xer

Nov.

but

Tlilng,

«NP oafatATBA t ee ta

artv'n 1»«;

avioa

parUie

lioll a lloijHp

THWUSI.Tln

BERNIE PORTER

«»araU*l*e;

d'KIi*

•t..r «ee Alri»»r

n n ' TEN riMfb 4 A THOUSAND ^

I

i,

Bandk

-—

'

"BlrU; of U.: which at the Yotk TheB1:, atre. with Brian Donlfvy. Car-.-'-vn Lee, Jeick Teagarden. Roeheater.

WITH

-

l'aeraa«#4 Of_-

ADorn - PABAMoiwr hews

-

an' Piratva

'ark Arw.i'ana

Nave fc_..

tl

th

Parsmounft

in

OAK BAY AVENUE

j

v>ac

en

make

rr»Mw4«ji*

by and Ma; nuLMtsl and i

GOBLIN

of Russia”

s«aA*iPATias BosrRT TAVina Monita aoBiaf ai
joH’a

Ual.nr*

>lral

E'-fiM

n»mai.<«

IDeucS"

AT TWt

M

“Song

J

ii'.ir.: MrlrMt-a* i,t* H'nr'ir*

y..,,

jAi

WXnNrtdAV

'1

Pir.«

TN* c;a««i'« N»«< and Mu

Harm a*-

aae

anS S 1« p M Startlaa < ia*i St'n* Maa4r la Vaa? Uaarl aai

Mi"

U..:*

---

r-^ '»pv

'»•

YORK THEATRk

••• *

...

her ^.vr:; debut in thl- picture

“ALL THIS AND HEAVEN TOO”

eSQUiMALT POAP

r'..npt«>n

Heuaa

.

irrtr

'

production

T

mmR

WaU;:

a'*erd





DANCE

etr'rhat

M:kl
'

*

>aS

CADET FRIDAYS

Mur.

U-

nai a

H'-

|||

Earth*’ PiaSIloa



T'.»

V

.

e,r*.1»

a«Mi ar.d Mar Wt a*r«. V-

M

|

artaanraS laa Atr»riU»«

WIU Naha Vaa

ru

1

M—

Nam, N»«a -

,

C

Jrar» «uilj\z:'

-ig

tvit

TALBOT

1

Klfbvar



Jonat

eful

and

fui;:;'.

y—

cly

t-'

J

Pi-

t/>r.flr.n

wry comedy and the dignity of huFlynn and Paul man •—.•rage Lukas 'Aradrmy Award winner'

»Ur

*

Sa*r

Glory."

-

nrawnar

L^wiiar



Pam

tonlgh’ at Atlas Ih- itrr. •- a isp*

Gaorgt Sanders

.!/>•

1«'*-

<

Dallai

l.oreabir

of

DARWEU

su.nr i*t *<*w oBixA*«s with PrraUa FaaUt PfU«llla MarUoo

^evol^f

Marnr

r

M'

Aeitrira

V
nK^'

aii'DB

-.

'

P*ri;n*

Pai>l»#r *

II

Shotiiaht atara

f

T

M*

rf Charri r

Wamm

Bt'itdrail

’ r

Sa

Hrmtia

l

Losan

Partv

Drrr

Mv

Todar « Chiiersn Wntnr-* in W.hitr

B'- *(.- = 3 Mat;rr- M*;_";

-

Ja<

Hoar

OoKline

»

CROSBY

roivti:-

IMI

LODGER

“Ravaged

USA

dlar.1.

Itrnifar

iiatrr*

ATI.AS

-

*

STAin WtONISDAY

:J1L

Ml a-ia

>4 j> '

M

.-r.jsarpar

?J

MwUc

TllEATRI

THE

JiTii-r

MnrnUia

M*»trr* Chrt t Wiff Uan--;,-;- TUI Hort** farm Br^rlraal

Charles

re ATI at wo.

N**«

LiQv

Vi,

.n»

TV:*.*

At

'hr Capitol TTveatre

SoJUirr

BING

SHHUP

MERIVALE^

rams

JB'*

STAR OF “GASLIGHT

OAtl

MELBOURNE



TH* SaiXTIST STOaV evXB TOLD

lUSl* P«ra4«

Haven Michael

Redgrave

LEDERER

O’Grady' .til

June Duran'e In and Jimmy Mdro-Ooldwyn-Mayer'.-. Two (lids and a Sailor." Ihe new m**-’cal at

Johnson.

“JEANNIE”

Robert Young

-

‘Sweet Rosie

S3

S3. L. Brookbank S3. R. Davison and D. Hoamer 64.

Befty Grgbic

attend

to

INCRFASE

DK.\TII5

son

.if

NIGHTS

ONLT FrirUy-Saturdsy, Nov. 24-21

account of the Inability of aeveral

O

In Belgium, deaths from lubercuImU in
drame*

cast Inrludlng Vai. Allyson. niorta De

pyjllAtin

tomor-

band band

leader^, ^'ellar

a

Join

C^^€i’4

have

to

PVirt Street

Mtfic Obcfon

(,\rnoi.

.

Victoria

Association

Conservative

Andre

WARNER Bros;

AHAfMW

Meptinfi Canceled

F

In the medal Chrlalmaa turker*.

'----rea

for

played Kunday at Gorge Vale

poor ahich he had been a--'dated with Max Rlilr-ehart. He U

Ir-fn'.’

c

be gratefully received.



73.

~ UY

|N)MUr

McDonald

.

Cox for Ihe

Dak Bay

S<*rriB(

DAVID UUCf GRACE

has arranged for other whore donations may Ic left. TlirouEh the courtesy rf 'he mansgementa. booths will be eaucbliahed and the David Bpencer. Ltd In Hudson'.*! Bay. wliere donatkitu will --r;iLrfs

Birth of the Blur.'-.' fe-'urtng Bing Crotb^ and Mary Martin.

Dana

and

and

arena Campaign headquarter.*. 766 flew Slreel, near Blanchard, the conimltfA'

our

carder force In ar'iOiJi Century-Poxs epic. "Wine and a Prayer— Hie Story of Carder at Uie Dominion Theatre X. la rousing saga of the the Featured in Navy aircraft carrier and lU crew who came in nn the rings of s: lory and the prayers of the nauon. are

P5= starring

"

O Orady

first

of

flwStfi

of gypsy revelry

lU

tens’

Wing and

York—

'lon.

2:47. 7:23

-

Rie— Betty Orable and Robert Young In •aweet RnPie

-

12:11.

at

a

—.:i

Van John-

Ap'-che and :n

Martea and Jon Hall.

'

ENDS TODAY

Olrla

J'lne Allyson

Oak Bay and

the Tech-

DOMINION Tha

of

a Prairt

her with Jon Hall and Peter Cue

^

and

Dana Andre«>

nicolor *‘a*'pay Wildrat. at the Oak Ba and Ploia TYieatrcs. eo-«.tAmng

OiaW T

,

ApliAi— 'Ts'o '-~n

'

XAVIER CUGATS «rt*

U

latest Universal picture

JylO

gpwctocwlof

:Ja*nlrh

»

ac‘- rdlng to ihe ree\r nie favorable reeponse he has received to hi effotU i.^ most encouraging. he reports. To faeUUate the recelvlrrg -:f donatlon.1 from clUierw who do not haiv pen tA) be In the vleinlty of the clU-

and

layior in

f>onilniot^t>.*!>

Trujillo In recognition of the Importance of lier screen suceeM to (hat Latin republic. Mlm Mnnters

JOSE irURBI i^GRACIE AUEN

Peter,* "

Bailor ." featuring

was recently honored b> the Dominican Republic, land of her nativity, with the Order of Jtian Pablo Duarte and Order of the

VAN JOHNSON

IS*Ii«»%

— Robert

t 'sdet

.:iln aUu*,

mmd h» M«mIc

Uncertain Glon Krrol Plynn and

\Uas

colorful

sal'a

tit«j ui.

-tarted U> organise

under the leadership nf cap!. Levlen are lining up behind* the campaign.

Is

Rus-ia

RAY AND Maria PLAZA TIICATRKS teg,

)S\F-y

Warfr-.

alw) been asked to give Uielr help, while (he varlcas ARP. groupi.

Technicolor musical ro.mre fiarring Betty Orable, Robert currently playing at the Rio TIk'ire. u repreaeniitlvc of L*current trend in motion plciurr In which the screen wlU receive a wave ‘f musical comedies.

0.\K

\ LENA HORNE HARRY JAMES

.

'unport for the arena projeft All major stores Ui the municipality have been contacted, with a view to getting their aaslnUnce in the way of receiving donations to the Parent-Teacher groups have fund

Sweel Rusie O'Grady. the 30th Oentury-Fox

Young and Adolphe Menjou. which '

\



Or''n**r Vl?;V-r:i .Tirn.

‘-itr

RIO

CARRADINE. MARGO

=

fii.

| ’

4:58. 7:59

Tomorrow” i

..

!hii could

feel

L:-.ti

iiAd alre.4d>

^^Gangway for i

the Idea of an arena aa a memorial, as I Viftona wets Or one of the 'ja towards the creation of a

like

f

f

ml

fnr f^r

' '

' ’

took

*

:57.

I

it

.

NARY MEN AND WOMEN! !

favor of





41

to

tiyini

United

he

188C

a A

An;--:An”-"'-

-

arr-.ngrm' •.ngritu

In

-.f

-

-7rrn:.

.

for

made

ii-tl

all In

.

the

r.ire* laC;

concerned.

am glad U> project and cl7e«- niy TP*?’ Villi -rrange for a commiuee of Es- to help organise quimau • i '-‘ur people j. 'rict as to V

.

Thomas vheu

.-taiement

u

an arroa

tar a'

*m

I

Kelly,

Yftcljt

month

Hrlhefd, In a R.--. the leek-end said•

f

13

95 famous Iruii sp-iuinaji yachtaman, died lirre 'odat a member of R-y i i-' i.i.'j Club foi 71 )».. )t.. I.ira Up:-:... on Ui- i" -li-iMii

and

mcbvl

a«o.

Ttiiao tl#

fruiid

toria. at

STORY Of CARRIER X



Hervt

e*rtan'.

Var-



.

.

TM/TiUblr

at Macdonald Park. 3

..

Arrhtm

Remnlning McEechnle Cup h\-

March

Juttir*

L«rky A«M< Mincai

...

hry Cniadr.' T-- Tan T

lures, arranged at a meeting of the Provincial Rugby Union, were announced yesterday as follows November 36 -VarsHy vs Victoria. St Varsity Sudium

vs

to conquest!

Swaar R«ii rry

taDi-Hiri.;

A«lat

Reps"

gams

.lamury 30— Vsaeouver sity. at Brockton Point Prbruary Vaftcc-UTsr

„ ~

RaieHaMMitB

.

Oo

Traeuk

sume ^jCffes is

- VUK* tii.Hm aAi.c—4Ci:*

Ilf

r.

Sail-.

Oaaihil Aibr* F.n-tut “-‘1? Carallara Mts Bas:n Kiiia*

.«t

At

to

.

Uurlxa

FixtuFes Set

WHAT

DRAMA THAT X-RAYS THE SECRET HEARTS OF 5 “ORDl-

dandng

/

wild oxcitomentsf

TM

0»: M*oar

!

Special

Orav* r«maisa->

B« OlOfT iscaieu

Vmi* Haoeri

RadiUktraa

MeKeehiiie

MEET THE JAP HUNTERS IT’S PAY-OFF IN THE PACIFIC

m

II

Parma C*» =,-»T£

Sum*

Co«rr



asanaer

attasebaM tMr«
.117

750

3

w*f rasvl

WoMcaa

riasT asi'a—sii tvrdKus (Si acSe'.-i ll«« Krllei

.176

1

13

-

Barbara Mackay Win ItoblMoo

FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRES 3 MORE DAYS A SHOWI WHAT A FIGHT! THEY REALLY HIT THEIR TARGET FOR

rsur

Pet.

INGLEWOOD. Cal. Nov. IS overnight enuias for Tuesday fu!

the league.

glrla In

V. 8. Tlilly

13.

Kntries

injr

iizth. bolding a

la

TL EsUA^

C.C*

a. >« ThiMh Us*(r Cl»rK«

V«MUM TlUMl

aiid

nest.

4.

1; 13.

.Tommy Tuckers^ Ray

IvHood Park

place, followed by Ketih George Lowe Vie Tally Barbara Macfcay, with i:^

nrst

for

Y,

W, Bob-

Harper 3. Bashund 4. Oalaroeau

Blr.gler 3.

Electric and OtanU battled through to an 11-11 tie and moved into second place, one point

MacDonald

Pratt

1

doubles

I,

COLONIST \ICTOKIA,

PAIT-V

very cloae. with

le

BrowDe-Cave aad Ray Dawson Ued

— Hawkea

DuuU Head— T.

Tennis League



league average

la

Grocery

W. McGregor

took over first berth in the senior division of the Victoria Table

Electric

4.

II.

RoblDS(»*a

Tocomy Tuck-

ers

MacDonald

Thelma Brown

Aoea— V. S. TuUy l. Val Mclvor 9. wins owt of 16, Nan Ley 3. D. Lowe 6. doubles 3; 23 big lead over all

their sec

artlats. 33-11, for

ond straight

doubles I;

DuuU Head Army

Turning bsck

3.

Browne-OaTe T. doublee 1; II. OlanU — Barbara Mackay 6. WUion 3. Ponyth 0. K. Otson

In First Berth paddle

Reid

Betty

lommv

to

Blame

for

the Children's Colds rjVI NeWATB-At*

to tne

miBAT >aoiic»

FRIDAY DANCFS

^

today. Eugtr.^

8

tiMO

as muefa, AOr. at

i

"

,

,,' ;'

'

I

THU DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA.

KSUAV. Nn\ KMHLK

B.C, Tl

14

m4

.

e

Gyro Stholarship Canadian

City Council to Investigate

Demand Thn

City

PavmeW

for $300,000

Counrti,

lortiiif



b^n

rte-

p«tc!

Oovemmeiu

m*.ad by ihe ProvUirUI

ho* Utr ciy

IWft

and

i«3« for

unemployment

Macdonald.

re-

M.P

^

Mayhew, Dominion Oovrepayment of

wlieUter tha

aablrg

b>

W

R

through

inijuire

Hotel,

council.

f 'MMWKM''

an

{or

* College Mo*?ron“*to Motion that to "ujt aai pasaed at the Oyro veaterday in the bupreas the suggestion of St fi

Vacate Two-Storv Building r

'

I

move.

“I

he said, “that

'

^murH

club

tills

lo the

at)llilie»

M

'

I

Dominion Oovemmeni was the original soune of the 1300.000 loan, made on three city note*. A motion that the Inquiry be made was pul by Alderman Joiui A. WorthlngUm after the oouncU had

'

I ’

referred to the romTKrotler«treasurer nine questtona submitted by Aider-

RerommendaUons of Uie Ananoe that an applRauon of the City Hall Employees'

awarded could be raised to I3n0 ai^ually, as suggeated by one mem-

committee ,

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demand

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A- Re.vnolds. padre of thr

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Annoumrmeiits

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This should not be al" lowed to go cn Aivocher clauee of Uie health committee report un mobile "hot dog'* stands on city streets led to long disevusion The committee asked th* council to instruct city officials that by-laws applying to the stands b* tion taken.

enforced.

Mr. Sliaw said one operator had no trade licence and the other no permit from Uir health nffleer.

Alderman F A Willis said W* must either have them ofl th* street or alter the law " He sugge«(ed a '

by-law to cover all mobll* food venDr. Felton said they oould not comply with eiisting by-laws, snd Brooke Stephetuon snd many of his to his knowledge there were none in offlran ami men aUo attended the barrel an.v other North Amerlran city The ceremony In the front row in adEarlier the council received a re- question was referred back lo the dition to Rev Re.vnolds. are. left to port of Or Richard Felton, medical heahh committee right. Capi O N I>iUglBt. Msjor R health officer, Thomas Lancaster B. Crombie, Col. H. M. Urquhan,* LONDON CF» —Blackout r*sm*« D 8.0 M C AJ3 C Mrs 8 J Me- sanitary inspector, and other city officials on Chinatown conditions. tions on all pasaenger-canylnt airDonald. Lieut -Co). Stephenson, Col. They said sanitary oonditinas were craft flying between Eire and Bilula R KIngham and Re\ J. L Memuch Improved recenOy and most have been removed lican. ScotUsti soldiers ot both the present snd 111# last war. Lieut -Co). F.

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a motion of Alderman W. H Davies that the city lands committee inveatlgare the p(«siblllty of piovidlng ,iiry lots at a nomliiai price of II for * i4d been done - Wartime Housing L*d to ease the

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Art Exhibit - Vancouver Island released shortly. Division of the Federation of Cana*'ind Print* F.'otprtn** near! dian Artists has arranged s display or paintings b> Pnd. Chang 8hu- Dyniple Lake be’U rd 7o b* those C’in in Spencer'a art gallery TTiey -ol LAC. Le.-iie Heji. missing since ^November 5. may provide a clue as will be on view next 'nuirsda.v. to the W'hcicabouts of the airman. Iltvease Prevalent— fmidence Ol accordUtg u> Provuicial Pultcr muwhooping cough In Greater Victoria cera directing the reaxch. although they feared n would he iinpavaibie Is higher Uian for .tome years. Or Richard Felton, city health medical for a person to exist eight da.vs in officer, aakf yesterday, warning par- the wood.v wh.iuut food oi shelter this time of year More than 300 ents to take precauUons men have bifn eearrhing lot the Ttaanlrh Permit* -Seven building m'- i:.e himter. who becan seppiMiiii- Muird sn.4i 1. last week arafed from hu two hun'ing lomincluded one for s *4.600 house at panlona In the Cowichan Lake area. 3318 Llnwood Avenue, snd one for No Trace— Provincial Police yesa *3.150 house at 3331 Harriet Road terday afternoon had no further The seven permits totaled *9.135. word of Roy MlcJtle, Ladysmith logDeal B'lth liCller— A letter from grr and fisherman, believed to have Harry Langley opposing sale by the drowned early Sunday morning while Icily of the Willows exhibition going from Crofton to Reid Island In grounds was referred by the City a small boat He was one of s Council to the British Columbia Ag- party that left Crofton at 11 30 rtculturwl Association, which con- o'clock Saturday night for a dance jtrols the grounds on Reid Island He was alone In one

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young

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charge dated July 5. Tills moniing Mr JuvUre A D Macfarlane will sum up and direct Uie jur>-

MfH Helen Wells Lin Fay. Consta-

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Large selection

Htulen— Windsor Auto Court reported to cMv pivllce that five rulF her mats had been stolen mi Sunday night Thrre my firm# made xim;30, and John Whitworth. sailors of the Royal Naw. on a lar repori.s a week ago

35.

brand new Nordheimer or any other piano of several famous names would be a

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tba IsiMt atylu and cMor* tor inNew Idea* on paint of bom*

terior

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WOODWARD*!. PLORIBT 8

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Christ Church Catbadral on Wtdueadav aflarnoen ai 3 a’eieck 71** E Askew efIlftaUnc- follwwed bp Interment ta Royal Oak Burial Park

Marriaae*

BAR'

Fbon*

Boora. on* child.

huaioaaa. Beioctive Bervico

rerUler

Noddina*. Buu4uot^ Corbagaa Piwah-Cul Flower* Delivered

;

of Victoria, also one ai*t*r Crompton nf Vlrlorta Tha remain* are resiin* *1 MiCall Bro« Floral Funetai Chapri and vervicrv will

bo

SOI flc's; pilsl nil

Ban oa

Bboal

PELEORAPH MBSarNOERR >NnER

NY FLORAL OEBIONE at lOWMt pricoa. N 8 FuifR'K IIU Doudlaa OMI4. FUNERAL OtSlONS

II. Ellen Faircloufh. aied d4 beloftd wife ef WilUam Robert Fatreioudh. af SIS Uoden Avenue, bo'n bad rtsldbd In Vktnr>a year*. Th* late Mr* la survived by bciMrv nne era. Rcwtald. w|tn i-<

Undmr.

O

OddU

did Vie.

Nuraeru-

Faircloufh

Mamomm

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lo 8 S« dally

ODB8XBBFBR. MODERN HOME

LL Flnral Work ArtUtiralir Oetwntd. \ W* irow out flowers Brown * Victoria

nuWand.

Ib Ltailbd* Canceled

Wanied

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Ol

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cncMt ftmn. »«M* )*BcUi

and coplnit art coatly. Fro* Ucl A Waxraa. lOOd Broad Blrtil Fbon* B744I

liivme

in Bixland aod ter 111 * pay* is

.

Houaekrepint Room* Wanted ... Houeea tuf Bale

Wanted

PurmcNy

B

boocxxefer for hioh-clabb L ady tauu Afmly XmPloyBtni and OllK*. Order No

3

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pa**«d away on No-

vrmber

.

aod Beauir 0p*
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and

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aldewalBa

UaaUuB

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Lady Aaautanl -> MioaimU BiecUie Orsan Plion* O 3813 1131 Quadra A'te*"

veart.

Fuiiilthed Howac* to Rant

rnnuahed Room* M Rent Futniahed Room* Wanted

e(tr-.c-

taauy plain cookin*. Utbl duUot. Fbono XTISt

lo

THOMBON FUNBRAL HOME

Colwwod Burlsi Park

In

.....

Funeral Oiroeuws

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Aitrndani

Ili-CALL 'Tb* Plorg Funetai MDCoe"

Fu'ietml aefkire* will be h>.d al U'Call Floral F'lne.'al rbarwi oii l,.*idBi altetnoon at 3 erlotk. Re< Dr J B Rowell ofllciaitni followed fry Interment

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COOIL

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No btary worb

ROW

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3V

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734 Bmudbioh Itrewr call* Aliended ic Ai AH Hnur*

bad reiided in Vn lpria lot Th* late Mr Day la aur-

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“•ee« War with ib* from Cal**rr. Alls

.

aod Aparuneutt l« Rtoi and Apartmrota Wanted

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BO FUNERAL CO

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Bnaiand

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SANUB MuRTUAHV. UMITED

lo Ihia cue on No<*iu William B*nlsmin Dor. *l*d 17 113* Hiilaide Aveuu* from <
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vrar-..

• bree mou'.hi tivod by one ••epeoa.

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CURRT B BON

3.

BatabUbhod 14*7 Ladv Modetala Cham**

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daughter Maty, and on* Walter Dunham, both M Vu-

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Fuaerwl DirKWre Corner Quadre aod Brouetatrm Btreeu

on

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IRetamaklt * Yduraiiociai Farm* for Rent karma lot Bal4.

FAMILY

Fh«u B $tn

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Funeral V*nro-
of

and Quadra Uwlie H* 1. A F m A Monday *i 1 10 pm Cremaiion

t'aifclbi

Fcaia Flail

BC

Fuiiital from Hayward • Cliapei under the aurpice*

BiCiClr* aod MolorcrclM Roa>. and t.au;i;7.r* huUditia Matoriala NiMnev* Direciorr BuaiD*** Opporiuuil** < ardy of Thank* < hurcH Hn'lcr* Liothind. Fwfa, BboOA Bl

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Infirm Women'a

W* Wlah to eipfoa* our Uianka to ibe friendi wbo wttt to kind and thouthtful dorm* owe recent beceavwmont. Mra- 8 fltfand* and tagUly

many

OiaUbd, CbimaUb*.

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T.^ TOUR BURINEM BT FROFBR JtV boobboaptaa. WUI wnio up or k*«p your boakf part UiaC aoalblyt roaaooafrla Fbwa B lioa '

Tb* raailiy of th* Mu Mb WalUr Thoma* Oawlty wub to thaoh their many

tm

R.rllia

17UU. FLOVOHINO.

tatdaaa. tota or acr«M'.. MrclUat aad caaavattB*. Ford traotort E*Ml. O ibid

uid faBllr

Bapaclally do they wlah to beraavemoot thank NurM Mabla ontfliha

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CLAB81FICAT10NS Aercad* for Rrot

Reread*

meaberr

John AinbuUnre Nuralu O:*

of tba Bl

viatana for th* beautiful flawera and kl:.iteat aboieaalana of armpathy la ercry way ' o Itrelna durtaa their reoeot aad lo** irannr. wile, mothfr. aiiter. owntle

oaM SI y*ar*. He waa Faat Worahipful MaalbL CbO&ocB. irndb* No 7*. A F B

Tb* Sundav Cotan >c d p.m on baturdaye.

tor

lot* Mr* Jean Kirk their boarilclt thaoka to



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rnebda for their kind letura af armpaUir. lb* act* o( klodbtaa and ibe many beauti* noeal offertnb* mol lo tbeir reconi lad

Cl.ARX-.On

thraub

aoaount uBiaaiOB* aiuai be made wllbib Sd day* from tba dau ol tba aama. atberwia* ciahn olll not bo allowed Aiif ctaim tod

7M Yaua

ai

Cbirf Anthan? f. FOAdalphua Tapp, aavd It taara- b«ira la Otiaaa. and bad b««a ataCdevd tb Vic* (aria (oc Uia paM I taara N« ta auiifcad fry bla widow abd lamll/ la Ottawa Tba rtotaiua wtra torwardod *o Bundar to Vaoeourcr *n rout* to OtUwa, wbat* twnaral a
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tb*

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of

communuata

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Mary Jaoo

aoaa Mra. Baauimall. Mr* F Howard. Vancouver Mra B X Hilla. BeatUe C and w. H B*yt*y. Vaiwourer. aod Harry Baylcy. Portland Funeral aerylrea In the ebaooi of tb* Mowpt F<«aa*nt UndertaklDC Co- Vaocau* ter Ttiuraday. Noteauber la. 3 3* o Ar* raofaoMiita with tb* Band* Mortuary Ltd

TAFF—Buddfalr

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wvrd*

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th« hocba ol bar dauebUr. Rothorr. ol »U Jolfra Btrott

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Upholslered Chiin a Droo-Hesd *Unfer Sewing Mnrhliie.*- Jeweler’s Mshofsny Showrtse. 4 Eeclrlo Vscuum Sweepers. Osk AmK-hblm. Wslnut Coffee. End, Msgsdne snd Lsmp Tsblm, Typewriter \>%k, CMk Bentwood Hall Trrm. soversl nice Csrpeu and ver.i good Rufs, set. of 8 Carved Osk Dlnliig-Rooni Chairs, Walnut Dinette Table. Breskfniil Drop-Leaf Tabled snd fl Chsirs, Mantel Radio, net of 4 Ruah-Beat. Udder-Back Chslrk. BrsAn Fender snd Spark Guard almost new Wsl* nut Bedmoni Siute and very BoryJ Blmmoiw and other Bed- extra nice Dresser* and CIimi ol Drdwers

BUNGALOW

MR JONES

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and -STEPHENSON

ItiMsa

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Our Sslesroom.

TOMORROW,

aaep lardan Ii' Nac- ifa-imA iraraportatlon "I’ *r iwUav* a “

Sell Rt

Another Ver^ Fine tihowlng of

MR KENNEDY

FS-arra

47900

E. E.

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$3600

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WITH

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PROSPECT LAKE Pour-rnorr

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER

14,

1944

Store which guarantees every purchase you make to be one hundred per cent satisfactory.

The

For In or Out-of-Doors Whatever your job may

be. you’ll find

the right, long-wearing clothes that keep

you warm and comfortable winter through.

all

Ixtng-learing Denim

Now

is

the time to begin your sewing

...

your smartest Christmas costume

for

Christmas

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gifts that are enchantingly individual

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so acceptable!

those

for

of moderately

priced fine fabrics. Union-mad<‘ overalls in strong, long-wearing denim. Sanforiied shrunk and double atitched throughout. Handy, good-.sized pockets. Buy now to see you through the winter months.

Men's Black Oxerall Pants Well made from good quality

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Only

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