VtclortA and Vtetnity>-Mcxterat« P«rUj doudj with light nln.
Tempenturmi YMUrday Maximum minimum, 43. minimum on th« gnua, a. Bunihinc YMtenlay — Nona.
NO. ;jo— kk;hty.sfventh year
VlCrORI.A, BRITISH IJOLiMBIA, WEn>ESI»AY.
Receives Victoria (j-oss
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2nd Army Strikes in Renewal of Winter Oflensive British
on 200- .Mile Kattlefront in Poland— 13 MileH Into Priiaaia in KiilGSrale Drive
Frontier North of Aaehen
LONDON. Jan. 16 tff*) Two great Ruasian Army groups poured through broken German defences on the Poli.sh plain south of Warsaw today, reaching within 38
Ol VI.R. Jan. 18 .CK-Thc •CF>.-^Thc tir-up Ir-up af of iitreet slreet ear and bua b«u (ravel Vancouver, Vietoria Vanceuvrr. vietoria and New Weatmliuter vestminsier rnten eniera Ita lu ninih day tomorrow omorrow with wuh no signs of settlesetiiemrnt of the* dispute vpute In sight. iighi.
. I XV wa-.
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M,,. Fergueon H«y. «>f Duncan, mother of M-jor Charlet F. Hoey. who give hi, life in Burma in February of latt year while heroicilly leading an a(tack on a Japaneae atronghold, la aeen above receivin* (he Victoria poohumoualy awarded her aon from Hit Honor W. C. Woodward. Lieutenant-Governor, at a unique
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OTTAW.A. OTTAW A. Jan. 18 14 >CP 'CP>.<~P*r For (be(he first lime since the flrat (he outbreak of af war, Parliament srlil rarllament wlil assemble asoemble here January 31 merely for at far thr the purpose of purpnoe af prorogation of a seoalon, seaslan, reaching mUH the date Mith ds(e of a new session within '2 miles of Krakow, took depending on developments develoumenU In the Koniecpail, only 23 milrK east nf thr Grey North by-elerlion. etrtmsholU of Carst*K-h..wa of the defeat of DeThe (.ernian High ( ommand Minister McNaughion in the acknowledged Hut the Russians »nUrip.ted a general also were pu4hln* a full-sc.le oftensive In Fast Prussia and had * Cabmel Hireling tonight taken the rallnav city of Mrhlo«Mackenne King anberg. 13 miles lns.de (he border of that t.erman prosince The tier- »wunced that Parliament aould proJanuary 31, and added; Beman. .aid the Ku.slans now were upon the lime at t»*‘<‘‘
late In February.
rflrols 01 Palrols CiiiVFAxTkyi of
.At that oesainii Parliament would be a.sked to pass the nece.saary mone^
picked up Ih* cnveled brunre brnnre enjs rnj*.with 1»P- famo:, crimwn rrimv>n ribbon an. and placed 11 In the left hand of th the
hand, 1. whispered a few words as she ah' ed forward, an d gcn tlv paMeq leaned pai'ei her »hoi:!der as »hc llunie*! inie»l to walk wall back to her placr at the head of a line of other recijnenu of award presented at Ihe «ame time :
•penal mvr-Mllure held ve-.*e-':i-. which ten other soldier', were Jjonorrd for gaU*i.tfv on the Aeld of
were among ’h. recipient.. I.lenten.nt .CoIn™.| P V
tlvf niomen' ThrtSi"mered until a«Aaultr have developed
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new M|i *»'
* ch.inge of
The nev -.tronghold pinglex W,. w,.
e« h le '"*'”'*'7^ ^ , wui lairiirirv laitoriev from .S'.otdmg loThwTunex
oi tJjr ol tjjr
(lerman r‘ET.*enrnvhII.7rTe" E,.rterii fighMnr an j veiv Mibtiued Ve,v KUtaiued in (.me. ,n (oMe. and ihVrc einph--<*!' vv rmph.^^t on 'he »he difit.uh) difll. ullj n( of find findna suffuien. iro..,v t« meet the avelunrhr ii
u an 'DUtion
eon-r-;-: ortrt;l ir
defensive liner. sem - .me arm«.rrd sent arm«.red
and wounrtrd during thMa.xt war
wnqfvued an Fage
amir* t'vtbensan an Bridge
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agairvai the Orrmarv. hadriven 80 mile- through »he sn.ffrpiled waate* of Ftnmaric and raptured one of ih* twu mu*t ImNinh7 p'Ttant German air i>v*e» 4 ffh Norway, the N..rwejrian Hign
4 • 5 3
ronvmind ann." The advance wa« front erea
inark to 1.884 apiare mile*
d trr.? the b*ixi-bomb and rm F.ngland ilrwe
ha< been be shrruded
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up ihef'.ant' r,ant'-r. '*P the r. River from al’- were f.,.'^rd.hr 4 . hr
MORE PROPf FaoFUt firV TY
Deei^bgr report miaaion pf'.pertv
in rug U* the poiire c/.ru*
the vai-ie f.( dwni.g »he month
roar fr ff M' nut In N-.-.*-.Ctfr to whii* ii.e ri-i .7 her t.-*irgiary caae* fwe to 130 fr/.oi Ml. Procwr»y damage r/** to MK.IOI fr/.m
were two Oiir.eae killed c.r.e poUcfinan and c^in**!* Injured b»rmblng waa In-
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VA.Hf -n.’VER VA.Nf JUVER Jan 18 Tk. Cona'ahie D'ausJd MacK*r
miU'ary barracks and
7 »m |rr Ibf
preserved ill xtn/’ neyu.r .ugf.oui tn* war was UT unJden*ifie
''TTAV5 A, Jan IK * here t/.mgiit diacueacd the po*.
to.vernmeM H’-me Guard
executed a Aanklng ^ ontlnued nn Page t
Ibe American* were 32 mile* Inland from the gulf s-„r,h nf the Powirrubio *ecu>r
anardi w- .. j n- • lie taken up until war I* over^ n»Piime f.!;: ^=!er reiecied
H-.u"I c.immon-- i.kI-v a Hr:tl>h rredal "ill b/ give*. *ii meni./ci .. I sr;'. but tfir ques'l' (
Drrw|en and Des-
l||ll lUII s
PEARL HARBOR Jan
L„w,n, reniral plain while pa-
IF 8 */*tJ 'Ck -Ck Pnmr Pr.mr
Untied Statea carrier planes duniig * suaiaii.ed lhree-d»v attack co Canton. H-uiggong and other C)»mw ports sank ot dwmsgeil at Iraai IM.OOO loas of Japanese shlpl.ing. P* ^
Tol* puMied ahead In the centre to reach M- i;cada 10 mile* southeast
ingayen Gulf .... drove a aerie*
wedge, acroa* m.un highway.
were stored Sunday the baltlefront widened raxl and
it)* r> ti.e 1839. u .-lar, at pr-'en' di cua.* wnh R A F off). laU a m/»di-' Jan IK 4' Sitetif w--rn fip. h Idler, saii^rv and fl'‘allon of the Comnw»tiwreallh Air Ift aircraft irriairmen to«>k |»an in t/rimn -.i.i. Training plan Slow-down policy aner- AllUd naval forces now rin >: Mde Mr. lain nounred N'-vember 17- Air circle* ?n:-Ahere tiiev wish and the Ji.fs I’*' U‘e new rtecora»lon sild U was possible that a* re*ull new- are beginning »o kn -w i' Rear wn. t.e a\*„ab.e |/, Canadian* wi... of var derelopmentx in Europe AiflJ-.i Alfred T M inig-ffci .;r:r...r t^ r. -w are receive an T Dn'ain might de*ire uv diaruaa thw
^»ra,u9 tea.nrra Uic. \home* and a scneior tv.ard t ontmued on Page 4 ,
oAlW pv*n oAptPn'lbor 3, ronferenee .“ailed by the ronimis Fr*fHP Minislpr Churchill toiri thr Housf nf CoTnmon.s today •'•h a tiivi ai.d d'nahie jv-*.. iw’mmenaa'»..i.Howcvrr. thr total 1.8 lrS5 than one-third of the total **•"*
more than i.OOOtOOO raxual® 1939, and DPCPmber 1. 1944.
n rh.irrh'' ‘ 'form internaMO)-.*! affair v^'’rm in internaMor.*! -e- , peai e . .-*tvf/ pea* 'riidurrd at f. f.-.nf/ -c-
which Von Rundstedi had )u>prd would h«jld together hta now( antlnuert on Page 3
the Sica y-
gkffAlldbXl Bwrft T(»tal('(l Iw wft
sau. 3d Tillies rtnr' h
pendep. peoplependrn* peop.e
I.ONlX)N. Jan 1ft fCP' - British ElUpiIC FurCCS whlch air^^dv havp bokn in thr flrine Imrs lonirnr than durine
-».t‘ Iva* nir* -•.i\ ha*
sfutn*: General Patrh
T._ _ Churchtll di5clo.8Pd thcTP liavp bt'cn 1.043,554 Empire -- paKuaMiFs. with the United Kingdom the ,ram ram and n i« prf'L-r=i:-;-proL-si:-:-- !.. !... p'. \i\ »i\ heaviest .sufferer t.v drive in’A..E'e p. A..i';-e mP. n. mr;-. mr;. at 635.107 During the First Great War. Empire killed and ti:.- ritv of Plraabnurg I!:..*»ira*bnurg av a gUiterina' gUuerina* 15. Minded totaled 3.490.907. |V'UtTi-ai M' C'nur; hiJl did not mention \f>rfrc£fifiij.*( 7VfA*c live United Kingdom* rivt iai. rasrVhl'.r.B wirh threatened i-jUwp*r ugpie* are much higher Thar •era!;::;?: Tt'e T'.m.. pf the J"I tini'uv
DI>M» MBf RMI > ... ....... ClXVEl.AND Jen IK f UXVtl.AND eating rrnnem (--f td. '*cnmeM cd-a f-r
I lift (iasiialtic^s ^ II
a'teirp* a"'‘irp* to sp..U sp-.-U the Allirs Allies plan* plan> fv iiveh dlef llveh •llefriiVr h iivr he Is haedihaedl~ Ilkt-h hiiMtiimlt Itkrh to I..nimlt paneer armies
• ^ ¥? t^J| 1 |l|rR S Em|)ir<*"s
m-cung adjourned Mr. 'file men want deAnite
•ignallrd Ihe spp-i.t:--, of In/
extend their dcfeiudve were repui.^ed. the ruad Jum lion
of the Imaaloti wtfv ffp^fted In the stubbornly held PoJW/rublo seclnr Sundav Txida) s headquarters communique aald the blow wws repulsed
determined and that some definite guarantee should he given by the romivanv betor; the -trike was called off. fcli
f" f-r A.o tp m,. tpr
been wsMied. dried and p,rr.rd and dean slilrta socks and underwear are ready f.*r them. Atlarutc.
Htjndaird' P.u T he T Veft-
S ‘u w-‘ii
iney awaaen they awaken hex* r»ex» find their uniform.
Wliai wtU hex' ni'iv r '
Jan IK KP at' rh* at ceTeir.'nv bv'^ riL cerejr. -.nv bv Newfoundland, the most Important Mi Feriru. H-.e-. m stemmia-sloive on the steppuig-sloive Lb« ait an route rouia to nan>ni*r m.. vir^ i «. c. Fump -- ed n..n.e tods n piaw reTe^ied De Mm^- r-m make Its airport fsnlmev avail, -"“"-ed on P.*e < able for air line, cr..ssmg the North
Amertean spearhead waa more than one -third of the way to Manila Monday amt .(111 rolling southward down (he broad Cen tra) Luton pUIn, almosl uorhecked on land and In the aJr. Hoorrver. on the left flank of the broadened fnml the Arsi Japanese
fompan;.* Alier meeitiigx earlier in the dav day between Mr. Rowan and the Uninii Advisory Commiti«-e. the former said
which U 18 miles nurt))Wr-vt of Aachen. During the last forimghi the Oeripuiis have made several
Diaud man III Pi.p lUnl
r.umreak of »Mf
landing In I.Ingayen Golf, a pow-
which I.i -den t>*mi>iHe\ , (orret were driving thrYuU >harply into Allied lines Just iM>rih uf HilUrU,
DivDion under Oen
Die RiUUUii obi. llv.- lit the K* ulIj but ihn' the real mirtvyie of the v.J
rgmwMi and Mormed tlie Nan.hkvm from the reac.
HfirrteW U arllng a.s medlO. A sRowaii, International ifttuble-ahooier,'
UM m .-r Japanese fhe N.,rtn the North R..rm.. Butmu caplured over slight raptured e •• hen !ro
w« ka mine up wiih thr •»«* ones go back the divisional mobile laundry
.mre over Mttem
Wini 'IMF CANADIAN fORPh oN THt ADfUATIC, Jan 18 tLt‘
theChme-seb.irdertnWT)of Waulold fiurma road stoivover and rcmainmc oboacle to opening of ihf fKw India-Chlna overland ol
Knr S«T\ imiit n
to spilt the
Omrlal Matemenu located the deepest American penei ration as on , American pUnr^ made a A four-hour meeting between the the central of three main imrih er'^niest Union Advisorv Advivorv Committee and the *->uth *-»'Hh hlgJimay* hlghmay* 45 r»)ad miles from V T'T bl-Her. an oil company. *ik belt company, Amt fim since the strike Ungayen iJngayen and *3 83 from Manila, finerj a Mark IV tank w..rg« w..rx« and Maned, siarted. ended late M-.iidav M-iidav in deadT?ie American column wl.ich w»iich meeting came «• reaching rrarhing CamiUng. 30 nwd road miles T 2,noo tom of ex- »uraii.. by the company eumpany that It aoulh of Ijngaven. Ungaven. on Bundav Sunday was p|CM.|vr< would be willtna tn reopen the rase repiuled nfllciallv to he working » lu Die orfine of ihe Br I'.on-h .ed before the Regional War I.abor way southward, but the depth of Ihe Board If the men returned In aork advance wa» .-ir raid ‘jre,.. not plniKonied, in ne-it-i, which ’Hie le uiium uMoii commirier t-i committer rejected ihP. "'"vn Wft wn IIht'. Heaviest fighting of the entire Sunru- oiyh b> pr'.pojiL u i;R \ F M front ha.-, been under wav in the , 1
Indications «that R 5 F nlgld bc.mher wi re f'-.: -Wina iip this day-
are waiting to hear from him re.girding _anoi her meeting w-tth the
L'„ll is i. roiiow- oaxii^'iit t A Sma«»h Sma*»h |>> h> Allicrirnil^ .Vinrrirnnw . Tc^Mrvrxw IGNfWN Jan .. ** 8 Ne«ri Ne«rir
of Di»taiicp to Manila
m had Tdvised ^ed^r.i oranau at Ottawa that
was estimated offirmUy lonight that (hey had lost half uf the armored which they used In trving Western Front in iwn
Oil hern (orihcoming from between Mr Ham*on
are not likelv
Hoey was read; the rtory of seinex. devoMon to dut;. a! the cost of life,
R-v ^Ii.l ilUlfllluih "/III
tn where Hls Honor stood and lutened while the ritatlon that told 1’*^'
I TV IF
** "he welked fflVward
k ’I enable the Govern (ihine.se -hine.se menl to carry on the normal bual_ l)\ , ne's of the country as well as the j|,| Kliritia klppf III 111 I91II ritrl llld war effort during the fiical year THE TIMES. London starting April so thar a general MYITKVINA. Jan 18 Two l« .4* .Vf » election might be held any lime up J i .-yn'mtr't oft Ifluna' chmer-=- armies were driving toward t rerut tmm 7 h# to the end of June a new Parlla- « junction In the Chlna-Burma bori I't'ri t c“if puh!ti.heii in The menl woi^Jd meet some time later. in a wild jungle regsos; aioj.g Tlme^ milParv .orreMHmdmt u *®^***^ pa-vage of any supplement- the BhweU River valley It rcprev-iitv aaaaulu 0*1 appropriatiom wa.v the tlrst meeting of ihe reIt « fr<.ni of over 250 inilre Apparently to meet defiriencie.s in Oiliie.vc forcci Burma with troop.v the Red Armv lia.» eiioiiglv manpitwe. quired to exploit A hresK -I Jwniigli a|i\ • amounts voted for the present rival >rom rhina since Burma waa taken .-u one-haU u- w •*“* pa.-.sage of a mutual aid by the Japcvnrv t«,. two and rhe lug dmr frrl reTTveand here •!; dri-. now lo clear the cnemv out d
Ctecho-Shrakla. Ihe Air MinCteeho-Slorakla. istry announced today. Istry
cem* .m hour increase to a late hour tonight no state-
bravely before Lieutenant-Governor W. C. Woodward the drawing-room of Government House yesterday afternoon to receive the Victoria Cross, highest emblem of bravery in the British Empire, won by her son far-off Burma last. Fpbniarv. ,The>leP’ nf Mrs Fergu.Min f)i>e
Tlie fnrmula waa
Tlie permatiA, wliu nttarked Ihe Ardeiin* ^ wiHi Htrre armies un a 40-mi1r fnuir LVrrmber 18. m-w hate bark-pedalled J4 of the 50 miles they gained, and it
Steady (sain w
V.C. winner of (he laxl war and the chief Provincial Mlni.stors oi the Crown watching in sympathy and respect, a quiet, sad-looking woman from Duncan '.stood
bombers, sweeping across Ihe Fngllth Channel in very great strength, last night pounded the German Industrial centre of Magdeburg and three ssnthrtic ssnineiic on oil plants. ineludiRg Including on*
Jan. 17 iWednesdayi
— R. A.J
Mintster Mitchell. nut dtscloaed. but
Mrw. Ft-rjiuson Moc> Hct.civps Tro.w W.»n in
to attend' the meeting, nieellng. he aald said
Ooi^enimetu amiid Mrscow ^llem soiireming all iw
Jan. 17 (WedHuperfart-
raided Formosa today In third strike against thh
kOK.MOHA RAIDFH nesday
United SUteS First and Third Armies carved additional slices Off what was left Of Field Marshal VOn Rundstedt'3 Belgian salient with the capture of the vital road hub of HouffalUe and madt (reah gams Belgium, Luxembourg
Earlier today the Union Adviaory* Onmmiiice diepatched a propusai for
hula at one poUil and within 40 niany potiiLs.
“‘<1 British infantry hart mads progress against moderate opposition of the Allied initiative came as the
ubor ibor. wh7 who merVoruThrw^^ met loiilght lotught with wiih
uon *dvi*ory adviAory committee, commiitee. aald aaid We amicable meeting and progceremony held yesterday yeaterday afternoon at Government House. Mrs. Mra. Hoev also received the Military reXA WaS Croat :rooa awarded Majcrr *** beins made. The conferM ic^ Hoev r. confer. Hoey for >n an *Arli*r earlier <1i«nlsu display <\f of gallantry against .k. the Japaneae. cnce adjourned late tonight.
rared WKhIn 38 the border of German Si*
frontier north of Aachen.
The British struck in a morning fog north of Sitlard, 11 miles west of Geilcnkirchen and H miles south of Roermond. and were smashing Into a German-held tnangle between the Maas (Meuse) and Roer rivers. A terartillery barrage preceded the attack, which a Front Officer sald had Started Well. The Sledgehammer blowToiftalfiPd BH eTchieril of surprise, but Ft was aimed at powerful defences which tlie Germans had been building since Oclobci ^ dispatch from Roger Greene. Associated
i, ,.1. \>Ot<‘ Kebult Known
Marshal Ivan 8. Konev, who begun (h Winter offensive five
\ \ '
with the cHtdure tonight of Radom (#erman forireas SS miles south of
Warvsw7'“' Tnwps of ihe P.m Ukraine
mile*atde front. The Plrtl W'hlie
eommatided by Marshal Gregory K ^.hulhv. sealed t(.« trtumphani drive
hid imiied the suaull Jxnuxi7 M and wtttun three days luid Advanced from the Vistula 38 miles on a 75*
PARIS, Jan 16 (^). British Second Armv Infantry »nd armor struck in a renewal of the Allied Winter offensivc on the Western Front today—exactly one month after the Germans launched their Ardennes break-through —When troo()s and tanks jumped off in a new attack near
miles of the German border. The gigantic Boviet Winter offensive recorded gains of 30 to 38 miles on a baltlefront more than 200 miles long fir^i Grojec. 25 miles southw'est of Warsaw, to Slomniki. 12 miles north of the historic citadel of Krakow. Prrniler SUllo in two orders of Uie day dud'jsed tonivht that besidos ihe firvl Ukraine Army group th«t lieuaii Ihc oflriiMve Juntiary 12. (he powerful White Ruvsisn group
Infaiilry and .Armor Deliver Slodgehainmcr Blow After I’errifir Artillery Barrage
^ II•! of
| 3d. 754 . |
DAILY COLOXJ^r. VICTORIA, B C„ W KD.VK.^UA V, lANL'AKV
U U poMibk. bul not ufrowiry that the Oovrmmeiit would preaem Uie 1M5-46 budget In which would be embudled any lax changes pro* poard for the coming fiscal year. Tlic budget, however, might be left In the erent of Oen.
piurmres and rnumcipaimr*. were iher meeting of the praaant Parliation that wiU have the power lo keep f>repartng programs of thetr own. ment. The Government would fix the peace In the near future it »tU be the gerTeral eleciir.n for the "And we wTU be ^irepured to run earliest necessary U» work out methoch of convenient date which, starung FebS'jtn** ri'iu of not alW Ayn getting our own way In our reiailoits with other collaboration between Hie D imimon ruary 6. aould be early In April, proand trumtrip) viding war conditions did not make and rountrlee. If only we can be assured ernmenls looking toward a co>ord1« a late dale desirable. iliat the world of the future will be nated program of national und re> a ivearcful world, ConsUluUonally. the Government A large measure of unity among giunal development. said Mr. Ibley could finance ita opcratlona during "Indded. agreement with the prov- the first part of the new fiscal the United NaUuiis must be achieved year There are some bickering* and dls- inces In several fleldt wUI be neces* by appropriating money under CovagrremenU among them now. These sary to the aorking out of our plans, cmor-OeiieraTs warrants. 8GT. GOKnON 8. OHRT must hot be allowed tu imperil U.e a fact «'hlch we realize just aaMeantime. pollUcal circles here Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. future, and the Gyivemment of acutely as do any of the provinces have received varying reports from Ohrt, Ten Mile Point, wtio was cap" themselves Canada must be prepared to do anythe election front In Grey North. tured by Uie Japanese at Singapore Mr. Ilsley said tliat among the thing and everything within lu Gouip In Ottawa has It that the on February 7, 1M3. and Is now at powers to ace that lo the future, first responsiblliuet of the Liberal contest so fsr is fairly even as be- No. 3 Branch. Thai War Prisoners' Party of Canada was »o conunue peare prevalU ’ tween the three candidates but that Camp, Nike, Thailand. 8gt. Ohrt The present Government of Can- the iradiUon of promoting national both the Liberals and the Progres- was bom in South AlrlcA. and joined ada had two gnals--ihe winning of unity by oppusing appeals to paa&iun sive Conservatives were concerned a machine gun section of live Austhe war and the wuimng of tlic and prejudice. "But the country may become dis- sbout the strength being shown by tralian army In 1939. He was edulirace Mr. lUley reviewed Canada's the C.C F standard-bearer. cated at Glenlyon School, Victoria, united in another way, and this Is war effort, and addeeWThe by-election. In which Defence and Mslvem College. Worcester"We will not br aatbfled as a Gov- by divialoiu between cla.M and class, ernment and we should not be sat- betaeen group and group. said Mr Minuter McNaughton seeks ele<;iJun shire. Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Ohrt re•.Tlieae ivflrd as a |*arty uiilea^ after the Usley divuions have for t^the Commons, will be held Februwar Canada U made ih^ tiest emm- years been actively promoted by the ary 6. Gen. McNaughton is opposed ceived a primed postcard from their son dated February 2, 1944. and (ry in the «'>rld m whlrh to work Sorlalist P»rty of Cansdn. with a by Osrfleid Case. Progressive Conview nf political pr<.m from class servative candidate, and Air Vice- bearing the following words: and live and bring up a family." •’Imperial Japane.u.M)e^s the Government had four objec"J supptaw* the Ineviubllliy of the R.C A J. officer and C.C F. candi- present plsce, quarters and work unchanged since last card sent iivea~hlgh employment, a balanced rlasa struggle U a fundamental m>f- date. to you. Tlic rams have finistied. Text of the announcement: economy, social security and indi- tune of Sociausta. hut It haa never been the doctrine of Liberals, and It "Aficr today’s meeting of the Cab- It Is now beautiful weather. I am vidual freedom. working hvslthliy «slck-. We reseerrw to me that It inet. the Prime Minuter suted However, "even tliough we the ‘
shoul ders above everyone else fur w h«t lie has done for the buys '* ^ Lieut. Grogan had great praise for peiUcilUn. which he said was rest>onfor the .tavlng of an amaziiig of limbs. In every man's held service kit are two penicillin slble
GIFTS THAT PLEASE
Ueut. Grogan recalled a number
Vancouver Island men serving overseas had heard of the Victoria Memorial Arena plan, and were emphatic In their remarks that « urh a building was an absolute necessity. of
Kf B-LT. r. 8. G. C. FI.E.MING
Bonbon or Powder Ui*hcs
King's College, the officers' training centre at’ Halifax. His mother. Mr e. Fleming. Uvei at 817 Langham Court.
CHINA AND GIFT STOKB
promoting a high
levy! of private*
the Liberals to throw their weight agalrut appeala to claas prejudice
would be pHirogued. as planned, on a.
Continued from Page
VELLO CASEIN PAINT C«v«M fc«>
lo cut the road behind the Japanese
Jan. 18 1CP». A IXmiliiioii-Prouncial Confrience *hould be held as aoon aa puasible ofter the next Federal general election, Finance Minister Ilsley aald (oday in an intervlrw here. It U highly Important, indeed imperatht:. that we have agreements with the pruvlnces'iii many lieldj." he said '
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Vlriory Loan campaign will likely be In the latter part of April, and there will definitely be two loans during 1945 he -aid Regarding further Victory lAj.vnt 1948, the Finance Minuter .--aid It Is highly Improbable In llKd we ran finance all nur ex|>endUures nut
you "^an'l too far into the
blueprint ' lulure
Cpl Albert Stone. >')n of Mr a:Mr*. A. Atone. 217 WUdwood Avenue niervco*. according !• wnrd r..rjvrd by hU i-srcn** Cp le L* with the Csnad’in Anui M d
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Sub-Ll Dnvid A. W)LM.n, rif Vicha.s completed his iralntiw at Ku>k a 0>Uege. Hahtax Hu mother. Mrs. I. Wilson, resides ai 3133 Delta Street
JtmSSTON H Jnhn^tnn
\V Iti-m U.*pchdlng n Irate with hu Wlh aiiil iw-
720 Rrik Tirroce.
Vu-i"na next week to a at King-i-m Hi-, wile 1
Monty 8tck 8t antar] l.y
him that hi* wife arc He
and n red one belaud.
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Summer capital at Baguio. On Ihe right nsnk nf the
American forces reached AUmlnoe. on a peninsula w'c.
H* j.ilfpiartcrs reported extensive bombing of Japanese airdromes and of supply nccessai v for the il'fence of Luxun Night patrol bombliii':.
hitting Formosa, of Luton, for
straiaht night bombed an airdrome on 5?:e '-uthwest coast. Key bridges, communicattotu lines and uirflehLs the length «-f Luzon aei. ripped by bombers and fighters. Itmlio Toklo *aid Tuesday the Amrrii .MIS on the northeaM Bank had widened their beachhead about three and a half miles with landings at ttaino Tomas, north of DamortU. &rth- Davlihi oarrived home on erii mrhor of the Ixachhead leave afte- *rrMjig twn yiui.s ii\r«'ITic U B C iix all gunner. Ill a broadraxt recordJack ed at New York, said ‘Ihe long- u *|H-i (l.i-N l.t' U«'.. with lus wile expected Japanese founter-attack** end hut.- «lnugl.:.r nl llic Itjiue i>I nenln-i. Amciiran !- r.-; H’« brntlici. on Luzon hi* iMirenis I: '
Rivei line r -'i ern fr.,nt 32 mile* mjde. prrmintng the rnmiv no chance of
jU I* '•Rerjid-
of 19 in October, prrviou*|y employed .V
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hl> leave Iiimi the
biilh native VlcUtrlnn*.
from both Damortia on the coast and Pozorrublo. Inland, lead
Mai} F Ciimpucll,
between Daniorlis ahd
children will hi>
BUTTEK DISHES BREAD TRAYS LUNCHEON SERVERS
movement east of Oamortls. northea.Mem extremUy of Die beachhead,
sugar and cigarettes from the Japam .r a^lll^!.'•^l!.''^. ttV are very snxloui to hear fn»ni home, but some prbonen hive received Ir'iers nr ruble* Kver^nne Ls hopeful nf a speedy rnU to the war. and with faith in the future we took forward in a huptiv rrunlnn hoo’i West be^t wlshca for a rheerf'il Christmas. In Sgi. Ohrt'* handwrliinx there appeared bri'iw the printed matter; •P'11 ax r. fiddle. Keep the rhln up Be home soon. Ixive to all."
ceive npwipsi»ers printed in English which reveal wucld events. "We have joyfully received a
8ub-Lt Alun P Campbell L* a gmrtuivte of Ktnr c..Uegr IS a ri:-:iiroi Ilf Victoria and Vancouver; and attended the I’lU-
ubh *e;r rorrcc. aMoUt the uther Soviet I'fTenvIvf hoWfver. a dUpaich .
night by --Ittrd Prevs cur-
'The t.w.tnd K-’d Amiv fTenvive aimed at llberniion of Pnl.-iiid and carTviug the wur IfUo Germniiy wa* in full *wing today rr-poftilent (
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through the va%t xn<»w-r- irred areas i;,. Jnnge t land front in the
DON'T FUMBLE YOUR FURNITURE TO VANCOUVER
ttermart aymy -n Pojph ofTeo«ive hsTth^tnirt that It bir gi >nnd nl-
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had out flanked taken more.tlian I30u ind had re iird wirjnn
have started serious
THEY DO — that means
& MEAT MARKET
of a oin- lure with the Heel Arm-, tn-ips who hid prieppM t-r-.-ind mil-
neat the Vurula aCa>ut 20 niM JcdlITtfk feren -a.*' i'f Wa'ka
••••"g n»mr, CMtr»l aatlglna Uf V«r« H .. < OrMf
destroyed-thousands of men disapaointed.
means. Thousand^ of bogs con
the Japnnet<- blxth
CANADIAN FAIRBANKS and IKON FIREMAN
:?n January 12. Un* emerged frr>m the Iw-.-
bn-lgrhend.* the V' 'liirt it***<***d
Automatic Coal Stokers
Is *n Kimev be-m hi- drhe from the H«r.iD>iw bndk'rhead 120 mtiei
Ihe nr*t I'fTenei.r Ik tc,. day* af«e- Marshal
Recipients of Awards for Valor and Devotion to Duty
Jan 19 ctatldh. a co-operative wea aubieci tine J. w. Pirri* cunlendH brture to Income tax uniU the end ol 1M3 the Royal CORuiiUkalun uit Taxation In i^t n IMid more than 9J0U,of Co-operatives today that “ancffiT'' In taxes, he aaid. Oi-operatlTea alv^uld be uxed to the But when Aasociatcd Oalrlex. Ltd
hidepcudam da»>a*. aaid
merfeU with the patent oriraniaaUon In IM4 It claimriP to be exempt from laxailun, Stnaior Parrui
u i» Bubmitteu. the senator aaJd, If the PYiuwr Valley cumpaoy i>erm^Ugd to gregmphsh it» purIt will br a striking example
lima exemption. ft *a* the first submlevion from private or independent Itrnvs since the commisaion under Mr. Justice Frrol M MrDougail. of Montreal, began IIA public tiranngi here Monday to mvesllgate the question of application of income and profits tax measures on co-operatives Senator Farris argued preaenl exemption of co-operativps is against
The east-west ultimate squeesc play long ago projected at Teliran to be taking shape at last official American estimates that lean heavily toward conservatum tt coat the Oermaivv 90.000 men. more than twice American losses, to gam nothing but a brief delay in the Allied Winter offerutve That the respite wiU be brief at best and may already be over U indicated by the British atuck in Holland on the Meuse sector and the American counter-thrust down the Moaelle Valley approaching the Siegfried Line anchorage of Trier.
folly and unfaimeaa uf the li will be a striking visible example of a case where one year legitimate Income taxes
and 'n the next year are on the plea lliat although
no taxable income
He migurd there wax not a single administration of Aasoelated Dairies, l.ld In the two years except that tax Is avoided Ttie srtiator c'lnieiided a '‘co-operaUv« dairy lx noi a true farmer co-operative. Its business is distinct from the primary pr'Xiucer and should be taxed."
public inlere-n because u resuiu in of Clovernmem revenue. )i i reales a seruw of UijuvHce among tne pubiir. It leads to the danger of
- The Site of the Brituh attack In Holland. JU.M north of the American Roer sector and the Aachen salient Into Oerniany, suggests more. than a diversionary operation It rnuld be the start of a new Allied effort to stab throtigh to the Rhine acri.ws the
monopoly and It does not give the (fbvernment pt»wer to apply iieressary wartime eccmomic control If lompanies are forced to bear He ilaimed that present apptera- the taxation burden in compauuon tion of the inromr and eaccxs profits with tax free co-operatives tliere caii lakes io Cfj-Of)erative, dWrunlnale be only one resjilt he continued.
should be taxed
to-nperalive. as iu» com-*
Mr Farri' said the faet it.proHL' go out In the guue of added riv i,id«rxi Iietiinrs
a brief from Uic Fraser Valley Milk Producenv' Av.oriathm i>re.;ented bv Markei. The llA pre.'lrient. I. CO :jperntlve wax formed after U bef.-vme apparent producer ••nmjveutjon would ruin the indiixtrv, Mr Marken said, adding the sole purpose- for forming the xeliit> wax to obtain a
lied intention of
bespeaks boHi A1 resuming full-scale
offensive operatioav in the West with mlnlhtum delay and tne poavithat enemv wrakne^se.v thiwe sectors have been detected and are being exploited
Or ara ycHj -Kiahing inrrsianlly ^ Ten mintttn frnm rtow yvU ran have relirt Ynu can l•rr•t)tr rasilyl t«l'>p rotialurtgt t
damper. • wrtt
Try it yrvw/«elf frum your druggist and $? SO.
fl SO. Si SO
Major H«e> was
eni to raid
of a force
determination courage and
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entire e«».v'e t.. 'the tini'ed nf Amerii n. probate prot;i-.'1---5ed He Wanted to
cerdlngs aid the
R- Fearkes. G.O C in-Ch»ef. Pacific Command, who the Victoria Cross in the last war, is seen heie as he chatted with Mr-. Ferguson Hoey. who holds the black velvet cushion on which lies the Victoria Cross and the Military Crf»ss w
I Abercrombie has
lii:»- k 1 ParBrlncinc London to Chlmne?*^ belrhliig
smoke' The Duke of Norfolk beticd Whitehall as the real Im- should have somnhing i>- sav abriu' te.rt r.f the AberrromMe changes this’ He owns most t.f ihe romtrwui t«eron-e apparent over a pint of mild land here and tiUter The »lr*r however welcomed the For inxiaiue the ICiCil guide book idea Cheers, he said, we need fb-lng
rniiwav •.tsiion a church 'limbered-
wrr-A*-:it::.r ,}..e ^.seutallon were CapMiii J Cl Cmmaik 'errfarv ' the t iriitenan' •( Vovr rii->r Malnr
new life In H-tlmwor-d Nniher the O-ivrrnmenf .-jl
ai:d a |v-*' "ffire
h-t of rr-lpients al
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V-<" I'ft Fire n-;. r’oiei Kuied rl'v f uff 399.174 were w unded 294 4 ik were rer--mmen«led -ner* xnd HP'vAiT were mix ing, bv the per* .n. The • -n d.-e. not fncTude .rnrtr.pers'vnnei ifung fr.ini nafur*«-h'> no* „ on Ir^. .i.ihanr asualMex. orloaaexof mer“o! '.-^ke ..ffire .lanuarv «v • oanl -eamen Mr OmrchUl gave ihl- br«>!tdowTv Cliief De (i:Rv*s w jil retire on
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