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JA^LARY

VlCrORI.A, BRITISH IJOLiMBIA, WEn>ESI»AY.

Armv Mother

Rf^d

Won bv

Receives Victoria (j-oss

Gallant Son

FOl RTEEN PAGES

17. 194.T

2nd Army Strikes in Renewal of Winter Oflensive British

Oflensive Smashes

%

Onward 38

On

Miles

on 200- .Mile Kattlefront in Poland— 13 MileH Into Priiaaia in KiilGSrale Drive

Frontier North of Aaehen

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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

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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.

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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»*‘<‘‘
previously,

miles

(if

Konev

V.d. Iiiveslillire

besides

nieii.

HA.SIIlNtmiN.

their

mighty

Japanese

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Island

KG

A

late In February.

e

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.At that oesainii Parliament would be a.sked to pass the nece.saary mone^

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He

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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 :

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China*

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m-cung adjourned Mr. 'file men want deAnite

Ihe

Rowaiisald

|onmmmei,'s

Or-

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•ignallrd Ihe spp-i.t:--, of In/

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l.*.;;.-

m.. M--

.

I*

rt“(ra‘

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great

.tt .»t

llian

rr-.;;.

agaitva

extend their dcfeiudve were repui.^ed. the ruad Jum lion

U(

lines

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

salleni

atiiirks

locul

rffort

.

blt<-klv,!',fer>

,me

.

o.

.

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ft

iH.irite

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a

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f" f-r A.o tp m,. tpr

...p. ...PI

i;

Is-M la-*.!

H.-ev

been wsMied. dried and p,rr.rd and dean slilrta socks and underwear are ready f.*r them. Atlarutc.

Dec. ww#

Htjndaird' P.u T he T Veft-

t«e

S ‘u w-‘ii

bf»vand bfiivTind

luiv

•Mr*

-

•=

iney awaaen they awaken hex* r»ex» find their uniform.

"

Wliai wtU hex' ni'iv r '

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m

in,

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

strung

.

f...

M..i*

{!..

week after

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

German

which U 18 miles nurt))Wr-vt of Aachen. During the last forimghi the Oeripuiis have made several

,

p..:;

..

Diaud man III Pi.p lUnl

pre*eni--d pre*eiii--d

f».-

WASH imTI**N'

have

invhi'iries

»va.s

.-f

av

V

m

;

r.umreak of »Mf

;:.i-

17

landing In I.Ingayen Golf, a pow-

W'e

'

—One

The

which I.i -den t>*mi>iHe\ , (orret were driving thrYuU >harply into Allied lines Just iM>rih uf HilUrU,

AD

Jan.

'

,

rgr-:.*

--ne

riilic.o...

C

CaptrtinJ

DivDion under Oen

m-i

Die RiUUUii obi. llv.- lit the K* ulIj but ihn' the real mirtvyie of the v.J

mwn

wl

.

-

Aticiher V-

rgmwMi and Mormed tlie Nan.hkvm from the reac.

denvr

M»c

-|e.nder.i.

1'-*'

Itie

.ommg from

-

:

said.

4*.

erful

HfirrteW U arllng a.s medlO. A sRowaii, International ifttuble-ahooier,'

COM.MANO.



t-.

du-

-r.::

.ud

e.

.

me

of

and

UM m .-r Japanese fhe N.,rtn the North R..rm.. Butmu caplured over slight raptured e •• hen !ro
Vf

niei

many

....

(lest

so- kholni

w« ka mine up wiih thr •»«* ones go back the divisional mobile laundry

Clean

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long

erv

Menu,,



f.uir

stiP^ro

kn-w

svstrm he

to

a

m

to

troops '/''’P*'

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|u

Hurt

rrrl

.

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*





Tlu-



lulenl

.mre over Mttem

-I-

••;.VI,i

devotion

fn,

thi-ug:.

^nguDhed

la.vt

Wini 'IMF CANADIAN fORPh oN THt ADfUATIC, Jan 18 tLt‘

iOMfideiabl. Tu;,e,

Empire

theChme-seb.irdertnWT)of Waulold fiurma road stoivover and rcmainmc oboacle to opening of ihf fKw India-Chlna overland ol

mg

Knr S«T\ imiit n

so faV

been sniimg

not

ha.s

PAt IFIC

to spilt the

liirrl

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

men

'i''t
*

m

Indications «that R 5 F nlgld bc.mher wi re f'-.: -Wina iip this day-

erv;.

where

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I

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f»mpany

" aior

.HOCTIIWFwT 'Wednesday!



1

Governor

-

mem

'l

YAS'CF

c3n"

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

Armies

\|ppS



vehicles

Spcarhcutl

of Di»taiicp to Manila

m had Tdvised ^ed^r.i oranau at Ottawa that

earlier

ilvSClT.

was estimated offirmUy lonight that (hey had lost half uf the armored which they used In trving Western Front in iwn

Luzon

Oil hern (orihcoming from between Mr Ham*on

h***

union

^

I

are not likelv

8ao/a#l

Ferguson

Hoey was read; the rtory of seinex. devoMon to dut;. a! the cost of life,

*

to

\ Hrllt

It

R-v ^Ii.l ilUlfllluih "/III

her w>n.

of

Charles

A

I'C

tn where Hls Honor stood and lutened while the ritatlon that told 1’*^'

I TV IF

-



** "he welked fflVward

f*!'**''

supreme valor

Two a



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
m

Ctecho-Shrakla. Ihe Air MinCteeho-Slorakla. istry announced today. Istry

reported to

cem* .m hour increase to a late hour tonight no state-

up

m

In

wa.s

nrwit'-d c

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

U

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

thnmgh

Steady (sain w

rT

Honored

f)thcr Solflicrw

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*

^

Burma

With a

Jan. 17 iWednesdayi

— R. A.J

Mintster Mitchell. nut dtscloaed. but

Mrw. Ft-rjiuson Moc> Hct.civps Tro.w W.»n in

and Germany

to attend' the meeting, nieellng. he aald said

Lieiiteiiaiil-(y(»veriUM*

By -Son

bastion

9.

.MAGIIF.BI

LONDON. '•P'.

Ooi^enimetu amiid Mrscow ^llem soiireming all iw


Jan. 17 (WedHuperfart-

— Giant

i4*i.

>

raided Formosa today In third strike against thh

resaes

since January

except the

From Kurope

Dv^

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

\

^

Resumption

'

m

Held

is



‘riltial

the



.

.

' ’

BLLLETINS

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

UV. O,

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*

dsva

l*>

ronferenre ronfrn*nrr

to

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

U

.omiiiittee .oniiiiittrr

In n

i, ,.1. \>Ot<‘ Kebult Known

Marshal Ivan 8. Konev, who begun (h Winter offensive five

.

<

|\l^aBg§ Iw

\ \ '

|

m

front

German

1111 111.

iiioM

^4illtMi ^4ill(Mi

lift

C.FJR

^

'

with the cHtdure tonight of Radom (#erman forireas SS miles south of

Warvsw7'“' Tnwps of ihe P.m Ukraine

I

t

...

_

I

mile*atde front. The Plrtl W'hlie

^ C/1.

^

L

Mm

eommatided by Marshal Gregory K ^.hulhv. sealed t(.« trtumphani drive

Q

t I

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

nll'lKP

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

Si

I

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for the

dlr*»e''.

| 3d. 754 . |

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DAILY COLOXJ^r. VICTORIA, B C„ W KD.VK.^UA V, lANL'AKV

’niK

ir. 10,)

STORE CLOSED

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.

TODAY (Wednesday)

McNaughton

rr*enl rd

meM wouj

:irfc

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 ‘

I

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

YATI.S STKl.LT

711

number tablets.

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

Who

has

been

graduated

Bonbon or Powder Ui*hcs

from

King's College, the officers' training centre at’ Halifax. His mother. Mr e. Fleming. Uvei at 817 Langham Court.

CHINA AND GIFT STOKB

Kxjicrtcfl Huiiu'

'

SI'B

succeed

in

promoting a high

levy! of private*

Is

duty of

that

the

the Liberals to throw their weight agalrut appeala to claas prejudice

present session

ParlUmrnt

of

would be pHirogued. as planned, on a.
Tiiumi\(



Luzon Invasion

grind."

Continued from Page

VELLO CASEIN PAINT C«v«M fc«>

f'»m

Sftt

diacctiv

2S0

oxing

0 «
to

SOO

Csn b«

plsilcr.

S

iguirc ipplifd

Ik.

pkg

(

r^es Conferfiives

M

ifit

l*nnin<'vs

lo cut the road behind the Japanese

WINNIPEG,

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 '

eiitrenrhed

HARDWARE LIMITED 1418

DOUGLAS STREET

jlimilHMillMlilllllllimilllMIIMIMM

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

m

uf

revenue

However,

you "^an'l too far into the

finance

blueprint ' lulure

CASSEROLE

the

to

RHEUMATIC PAINS

/tn.

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

ond STtEPNESS

U scning I

41

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B

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KtuUL

Ar'Wll.SON

find

p.^.

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

emi-' •..d

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toria.

th»'

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JtmSSTON H Jnhn^tnn





D

Cap!

\V Iti-m U.*pchdlng n Irate with hu Wlh aiiil iw-

soiui at

720 Rrik Tirroce.

imr two

yi-.-ira

m

ItuK

afUT sen

H>*

«U1

Vu-i"na next week to a at King-i-m Hi-, wile 1

mure

C.npl

n«-ld

and

le.iVr

I M

^IV

CHECKE

E.

I

»iaff

'Or

Monty 8tck 8t antar] l.y

i«ml

him that hi* wife arc He

a wh-'-

and n red one belaud.

rer»-lvrd

D O udar

O. PWCtCNIPTIO*/.

1

I

o. o. D,

emacnieTioM

Philippine

Summer capital at Baguio. On Ihe right nsnk nf the

broad

advance.

American forces reached AUmlnoe. on a peninsula w'c.
astride

lies

twii highwHVft.

H* j.ilfpiartcrs reported extensive bombing of Japanese airdromes and of supply nccessai v for the il'fence of Luxun Night patrol bombliii':.

ers.

north

hitting Formosa, of Luton, for

big

bland

the

fourth

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: '

..

:

A_

and

of

>.r,i tiir

.

m

Rivei line r -'i ern fr.,nt 32 mile* mjde. prrmintng the rnmiv no chance of

5.00

B •pfei,.

'ii.g II.

I;-.!:.

-Ut

jU I* '•Rerjid-

-

with hla

hope u,

brutl.tr* lr:p«;

t;

rther.

J*-

He

1941

by

A

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Am-

F

of 19 in October, prrviou*|y employed .V

Co,

nticndert Ttl’.i'um Hi L

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Lid. and vr' M unt

u

l.i.Ml!:

•i

ar-

.':;,,i,Lj)i-rn

k.

liUdrrn a; 3149 Lk>nald

!io-»*u #i the

an-

the

had swep: acr

Ir^;

frc-iii

Plllt

oil

poliiiu!

i

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communique

-iviei

that

ktainr

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‘Uiri wiMl .la-

iv-j

a few fPhiiig

iintlnued frnm Page

(

77ie

noiuued

R

home

hl> leave Iiimi the

B

to

llv..

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.

biilh native VlcUtrlnn*.

wife

2.50

mar-

from both Damortia on the coast and Pozorrublo. Inland, lead

my

12.50

K

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northeastward

H;,

Mai} F Ciimpucll,

1128 Dallas

fl’V

rived*

llAH) to

tea.

Mr>

C”Iuiuhii«

Over^ra**

between Daniorlis ahd

wrigii’

RKI.ISH DISHES

at

Briluli

children will hi>

i

7.5
wife.

garine,

.

BUTTEK DISHES BREAD TRAYS LUNCHEON SERVERS

milk.

of

irislty

R'»«arlo.

The next

COAST

I

movement east of Oamortls. northea.Mem extremUy of Die beachhead,

some

of

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."

-

H*-

ceive npwipsi»ers printed in English which reveal wucld events. "We have joyfully received a

present

rOlPHEl.L

B.

A.

I.T.

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-

.-rent

tfl

ttie

"

1'

»»n

Oermii

prub-

ubh *e;r rorrcc. aMoUt the uther Soviet I'fTenvIvf hoWfver. a dUpaich .

from

Movrow’ Gilmore

I

T»ie«.dHV A.-V

night by --Ittrd Prevs cur-

"Id

'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 (

Diamond Mcrchani* 1210

through the va%t xn<»w-r- irred areas i;,. Jnnge t land front in the

DOUGLAS STRKET

of

••

::' rl
fn a

oU



DON'T FUMBLE YOUR FURNITURE TO VANCOUVER

muM

ehe

ttermart aymy -n Pojph ofTeo«ive hsTth^tnirt that It bir gi >nnd nl-

sniri

H :*

ing the

fr

M

dl.*i»nirh fioni

Gilmore f

.

MATERIALS

IN

PARCELS

•••nsidr-

•..'•hi

mipi

.mmediAteiv an
’CAItrUL STOKAGE StNCf

MATCHES AND LIGHTER FLUID 1190

fenslve

had out flanked taken more.tlian I30u ind had re iird wirjnn

in

overseas

P-iland

in

WariAW

liad

parcels

have started serious

fires.

Think

THEY DO — that means

that brave

seamen

••

HENRY'S GROCERY

& MEAT MARKET

of a oin- lure with the Heel Arm-, tn-ips who hid prieppM t-r-.-ind mil-

3i)

LOAN RATES REDUCED AGAIN

LACO MAZDA LAMPS

>e

Ki:'

,

m

13--

e

ilg

P

J--

lit

.:rr

w:;

of

:

r

m

in

and

parcels

a ship's hold, lurching

lie

in

deep down

a rough sea.

must go their

into the smoke-filled hold

lives.

Thousands of parcels

•»'

Si«?h

1« SiaunaTid 44 w.ff in thg held *tih

Ai

*

u.

ef gM-r'7

II

r

knnu' thjt f.u u *tuld tt'>i knnutni^l) mnd ntst! \t, think - nmi thtn dt.

l$itt

n

WafMW

'h of

mnifbti

HOUSEHOLD FINANCE

or

Iighitr

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

n r*h

f

U

VtCTOWI*. .€.

and L*'

- a«

McDowell

'

in

.ih

u

*"•:

ra^a danger

;

-.!f!inked

V fe

n--rih

1*

fr>.»r.

and

.ompif’e encir-

membr lion,

ex, fcv>r

Ihwlws

and

may

risk

be

destroyed-thousands of men disapaointed.

and

1939

German

the

.Ml

means. Thousand^ of bogs con

Gregory

M-:-«ii»l

Mam'hukiio -

this

north

J"tmn!

«-*rfn«4m

C. J.

It

farther

the Japnnet<- blxth

-rd

*r-

\ !iv

.Vriitv

CANADIAN FAIRBANKS and IKON FIREMAN

what

taiping letters

:?n January 12. Un* emerged frr>m the Iw-.-

bn-lgrhend.* the V' 'liirt it***<***d

»••<>

Automatic Coal Stokers

M MOt-tKONt

Warsaw

-

>,rw rattier

Our Stock

n.

Is *n Kimev be-m hi- drhe from the H«r.iD>iw bndk'rhead 120 mtiei

a-oin

S«c

U

Ihe nr*t I'fTenei.r Ik tc,. day* af«e- Marshal

-

n»t6cp

fithd

im

Oicrirwi

a'li*.

.

,

Would Apply

Full Taxation

On

(!o-operatives

“Alleged”

d

»

'

'

>

n

Recipients of Awards for Valor and Devotion to Duty

VANCOUVER.

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

Just

xw

hidepcudam da»>a*. aaid



merfeU with the patent oriraniaaUon In IM4 It claimriP to be exempt from laxailun, Stnaior Parrui

co-

irua-"

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.

“that' la

"

folly and unfaimeaa uf the li will be a striking visible example of a case where one year legitimate Income taxes

;of tlie

existing law

and In

are paid

'

aviiided

and 'n the next year are on the plea lliat although

aame patrons

the

tliere la

money

the

get

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."

;

dif!ereiice

m

.

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

I



Iw

:

'

- 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.

m m

It

and a<<<'>mtprt»ree(t'.

"allegeo

I>eriariiig

leav

i

,

should be taxed

to-nperalive. as iu» com-*

mueh

W

Mr Farri' said the faet it.proHL' go out In the guue of added riv i,id«rxi Iietiinrs

'

purche.ve pn«

(Vitatious o

i

ttucUons

The

was

to-upernl;'..-

m

Senator

argued

only

IHt

the

TORIA

\1<

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

W

On

1943,

Jul-.

and

Anirrlcan

is

-.Ignlflranl

It

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

m

near Whnnnock,

you

rlv%king,

f»r htraih?

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

Pnt

CPHA/ONE.

th« Ttnnf'
t.ven

damper. • wrtt

EFHAZONK

relief

g.PHAZONR

NOW

bnriap

Ihn U«t

BC.

Try it yrvw/«elf frum your druggist and $? SO.

fl SO. Si SO

m charge

Major H«e> was

5t

.

eni to raid

of a force

Torwito.

Major

Hoe;.

determination courage and

:

CANADA S WAY OF

hl-s

All)

U 4K FSroRT

entire e«».v'e t.. 'the tini'ed nf Amerii n. probate prot;i-.'1---5ed He Wanted to

cerdlngs aid the

war

He

efT-»rt,

had

Ii-

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

Pr')frv.v»r

If

IndiLslrtal

2S

nitle».

no

from I’nge

liA.

n

few-

for

prt-vinux

it

.VK-)tnst

t'f

Hoey.

a<

Jai

t:..

town 'pop»tlaii<*ri 90,from 1/tndon tm the

I

nurd

and

*

iiirj

hir

.-.;.d

AiOi

in -riiU>K

won

ifeuvive

ii

I'

n,

irred ••n

...

J

l.omlon-t-- Brighton etprevi arterial ruad fartoe^e* -f-Keatrgg. t)<*tels

when m*

"

Wi

flerenirall/ed

spretd-mil

a

In

of

pop>i!“'i'-n.

th-

The ih

bv

and rheerx H>

Artnv

Firs'

a

Armi

T*

,

M

orman

el-

ln.“

'

of the H-

Cminr.l

Ish

of gr-^-ans

.iiis

from the village puba can be

'

od"*

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

H’ ImwrwKl.

tha*

-

village

u wUh

Surrey,

1000

-p<.pulttU-in

a a

rniiwav •.tsiion a church 'limbered-

p.j.-iri.

-'rf

.

r.vhuie'

H a

Die fre*-

f.lefjjetit;.

wrr-A*-:it::.r ,}..e ^.seutallon were CapMiii J Cl Cmmaik 'errfarv ' the t iriitenan' •( Vovr rii->r Malnr

-

.'.n

'

-if

of

Die the

Die T: •

rr;..-.!.

;



Lev



.-'•'s'l

d

the

R-



'.f.r

o 'f

-

authorlile.s j--.:'erned hav.

yet

Slid

Pr*

RCN

;

fully considered the plan.

V'

R

aide

to

liermanv -Here

:v:'c»

in a '

pennv. of.p.'.'-pf Command Lieutenant - rommander Hew

a

s nr.r

w.ih Firs*

Armv

hr

f

i

.

new life In H-tlmwor-d Nniher the O-ivrrnmenf .-jl

c -mmand

Pfniier J'.hn

ii

b!.-.ck

1

ai:d a |v-*' "ffire

D;e

n--

7

two-

M-^lle

enemv

th.-

h-t of rr-lpients al

3* h

MANUFACTURERS

fi/rman

CaSH aND CaRRY, WEDNESOaY ONLY, jaN.

17

nnllnued from Page

f

fndij ha.v .ufteifd

........

1

I.V3.SV7

motion of

.Oioniecaafvr

.

Fir«i

A.'V'i*i.«i.'

tif

HAVE PROVED

Ftr<



.

^

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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

PEANUT BUTTER liaut

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wi»h

Newfoundlnad

licitiff

VnPed Kh

tb--

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M

K.nnoft

Kn.e.i

V.

Mr

.T.rded

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2.1' 2'tt

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39J10

tg

-i

saiw;

Pr

This

!*#»» l"d ttsJst. 20 »i

hnv

TH AniIt’A

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hmif 2

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when

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MOTION

do

Safety Dtpoid Bo«gi Iguert qI Cred'i Trovgllery'

Cbgquwt

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Mo«#y Ordwrt Foegign EscKqrvgg

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frr^t l-,»V r^ariT -••tr

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a«ra

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BANK

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ra

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IMPERIAL

OF CANADA

tnat

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Pf

will

iltuJin fh’nti

ATHLETE'S FOOT First Day

Fought rVxa* A ,_«t,« ««.,
RtCklTT-S

men

Auvogii looni Sovtngt AccouMs Chequirvg Aeeounli Aooinng jy AAoil Coh*Ct-oe|

i;.

Mr ChurcL

<

a

free

great things for civilrza-

I

'^grnVi w<,und*d

Branrh

'

ail

i

the post-war period

.

I*?'

-nd

A

SERVICE TO

MANUFACTURERS

lions of a n a a Manufacturers and Um ks forward confidently to

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7'.

mad* 16 at

w .V

•-rirTvphat,.
1

u«d In Ci'*AWa Re |T, ... 1r.' -7- irmy t*'.*:-! 7 .. i D.- nrvv gnd . jptsmber Z~ This .Pd tfg|A*f T0A*9 mg-I

-=:xrv

*

w

a detinitc part

in financing the opera29

T-'-.:.

HEADACHE TABLETS CALIFORNIA CARROTS A.S.A.

Tanada’s

the free ssav.

Al :a .‘.FAf-AVD

r\\ '

is

j,

4.

AVBTR g«|liti

free to exercise his pcr»(»nal initiative.

A p.irtnership of capital, and individual ideas borne of initiative, results in the formation of new manufacturing business.

Vt.

a

fNITSD KINODOM

rhoKi

'*rNT,SS springs frf»m ideas, and nearly every treafise idea is born in the brain of

one man, Capia.:,

inn-»s»i'’r

k-dom

CANADA

osir

t

AJ

.

.

CMipoat

IT

uual. 292 192 were

Di.-

-

I

LEMON CURD CHEESE

I'tr

No. 4

^

ni'f^stitun*

ri«nlinuert

hi.s

wa\, a rewritten Oaxettrer nf a sears aftn the witr may sgv H<-imw- k1 ntxi

...

1

Major General G.

pr>poaals old t-.wii planning expert When a rcp*’rter broke Di* news to* to reshaito D>ndon. the.xc ouleL liUU- H--iniw>K>d that It had been named ba.!:.?e’'?s wrtuld become new tn- as a l.iule D'nd'ui half the vtlduMlUl -^i- hl'e .(MWiit t>> swallow lace 'u.«1 Wouldni belirv.-- It :-*' (i; ri lA»nd'>ners lo be ;>f 1 OOO.OOO ‘f:;d MaK-r .iame.s »m-

aa-

to

tonight

during the whole

skill

m

&«OCt*v

It

Waxteni

n-iiified

.

survivors

Usg'sJH

tudxy.

n*d

left

itnou.dcrU'.f

J

and

will be released xhortly.

LIFE

won

..

.'I’a'r

19 a,

late

ofrictals said

have been

COUGH DROPS

of the operation were beyond praise

LONDON

HEATTl.f; Jan 19 .1’ In hi* will. Dttn Kalhe 79, Derman-born butcher and former ship* c
UACTSQUKKLr

MeCod't. hrtk ikipmeaf

hu name

The fi)rce succeeded In hitting at lewvi 22 Japanese for reriain The maioriiy nf ihesp »-^re killed Owing to the skillful handling of hts force Major Hoey only sustained three casualties, of other ranks, wounded

•,..;d the had liiV-=Med a ior large amoiinl of "caeh monev WlUle tt wa.s| the former ^ubeidlarv a xubaidlarv h w.-v. only partially iwned bv the rti-nt>erativ. bleep) Jan 17 tCE jperative <-l«l-W'c''r1d villages Mr M.uken *.ald live and small towns -•! Ax*: ri.itrd (Xlginally In tiblalti on the •iit«klrlv of tht-. capital city o( dL-*ribu»a rediietinii In the may an exnting fnnire if ihe tng milk anrl laier tried Tn sen tt, ldBn^ I'f Pr''Iea --r labile Palrtck in*ere«f He added he dnot ihink_ lombte f->r a iK^iwur brave there wav anything mor..l!y gTiTn^ pea- ]r>nd'>n c -me t«» aiivthlng In purcha-slng Axxoctatrrl Dll tin- bhiepriV:!* of the A*,-ve«r-

TO

FREE SAMPLE

MrCaul

Sunday,

last

km

'

&end lOc to cover parking atvl mailmg free tample and b»c-klr(. to Harold g. Riti'hie & Co. Ltd . Dept. 10

Mr Command

H'l imaxrt xwv 1* Kx»a at, ana Mar eettMlxW. Dxn'l Ut anann«yi«| a«*a ta a ««M alaw )>•«• tap ma«t Waatan hava a IlftiHaa augaty at Smith Oraa. Ca«Mh l^aaa Sla
Throughi’iit the raid he showed ouisiandlng powers of leaderand thiiugh delayed bv several arcidenU on the way, succeeded getting hi' force into M.iiii)Kdaw and trvflicting casualties on the enemy Throughout the operation he showed a complete disregard T.vr ms personal salety and remained completely imperturbable in fare ttf all difficulties and datigerv Hu pervmal example was an itupirniion to all hts oven and contributed to a great extent u» the .Micrev-^ -,f the operation.

|

are

wax aalvaged

Th-

19 KP'

Klttyhawk fighter aircraft that crashed into the Fraser Ri-er

Burma.

M.'tUngdnVk

.

now,

OMfvsv

VATE? STREET

It)

Ltd. >h-
ASTHMA

r

7J7

shiji

for about 9200.000 In taxe>.. Asked why the As-vociated Duirlex.'

• Rtfht wherftnf.

Standard Furniture

MIUTARV < ROhK

Till

maximum relum. He adiiiiDed under que'-tioning bv Mr FarrL* what monies which would have been taxable profit-: of As-v-rialed IJalrlex. Ltd, became returns when Ihe latter wax absorbed He al*o agreed that If the rhange had not been mode. Asa
POR SUPPCRIRS PROM

SPECIAL

moves on NAh flankjv of the Belgian bulge as resumption of the \V inter

obiertive resulted In Die rapture of thi^ vital position

CHRONIC BRONCHITIS

M.

campaign The mere fact that tliev could be undertaken w'lthin a month of Ihe launching of the enemy drive

RCAE

ROSS

<

Burma, on February 19. 1P44. Major H»e company formed jMrt of a for«'e wivuh wax ordered to capture a posiiion at all c;.-^ir. After a mght marc h through enemy-held lerrllory. the lorce wax tiiei at the foot of the po^Kion- by heavr machine gtm the Mninr^ Hoey jiervonally led hu company under heavy machine gun and rifle fire right ut> to the objective Although wounded at least twice in the leg nnd head, he sewied a Bren gun from one of hU men. and fimig from the |U{>. led hu company onto the objective In 'pih- n! hu wounds the company had difficulty In keeping up with him. and Major H«»ey reached the enemy ximng pc»st first, where he Killed all the occupants before being mortally wounded Ma' r Hi«ev> ouUUndlng gallantry and leademhip, hig total disregard for pers*'nal eafetv and hU grim determination to reach the In

'

WKD. A

tnr iwm offensive

earlv to claxstf)

PLANE WALVACtID VANCOUkXR. Jan

business

jtoxe.s

The

i<«-

hilitv

i

fr<«Ti the purcha.*'e price a.^ feserves fur the eo-operativev' pur-'

Is

Bnu.*-h

Captain C. D MrKl&ntm. Menibep Seated, left to Ighl. Colonel A R BriUAh Empire, Captain B O st. U-uu. officer of the Brituh EmBagg, Miliurv Cru-.' Lt -Col. P V Virion. H.rc„ur., Officer ot th- Bmw. EmMiUtary Cross, on behalf pire.U-CoLH A T Pr.mcp. Officer •if the Bnush Empire and lantwher aon, .Major CUatle.v F Hfiey. Sgi E A Stebiier, Brilbh Empire His H->nor C Woodward and MedaL Mrs Wf>odward. of live

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actual ex|>en>es. as trust funds" Alleged" co-erallvea were desenhed a« th««e whtch In addition to marketing alvj pro- r -.c-. or mantifacMjres from aurh prodocu. those which rereive pn^Iuce frt»m nonmembers and thove which h>ild de-

LAMP SHADES

Cologne Flam

unfalrlvln favT oriT^e '•o.^prrativts Thr rr'^ui' “ commg taxi. The and against thrtr comifetltors uon-co-operatlves will be destroyed 'True' ro-fiperativrs were qeor absorbed and their compeiiwtrs scribed bv Mr. Parris as tn
they'ra

TRILITE

seems By

|Kjwe

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and

>

.

'ax exemption but suggested leghla;nvmwr-be ifnenaed to define eo-operallvea and thus M.-.n

*'jch "true

arrived,

wall the Oerman bulge in Beifium all but flattened out and Britlah and American armie» on both Bides of a on the offensive Moacoa now ftlsrloees a Red Army attack of Hdal ware ro nium roll

.

lull rafent tliai a ronipetlng noncooperative compaffr T* Senator farru, repre'^iiUn* *e>en

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Sdenus'u rlatm fUh can talk One In a racent Canadian Freas story can easily vuuallse a whale of an from Ottawa that Canada, which argument and .sttndry riiuiy remarks. A number of UtUted Suytes had an ocean-going fleet of some 40 .

I

,

Wednesday, January

IT.

here

is

IMS

m.iins hanging over

no question

of the need

public—or

general

at least

revived,

and

this time

some portion

it

must go through to

Of 5S0.000 required by public some $tS 000 is needed badly

completion. subscription,

purpose that will benefit the commonify as a whole. 7 he proposed marernitv pavilion is only pan of the need, fctghiy-five or so extra beds for a

accommodation at the which has been overtaxed for room tlie war period to date. There has is. no margin of safety in an institution that must hold itself in readiness for any and for every emergency case: there will free general

hospital, for

of

all

been, and today there

who

alone for the steady tide of those

let

quire

hospiiali/ation

7'hat

condition

peace, but

it

in

re-

ordinary way.

the

would be bad enough

in

crucial in a slate of war.

Is

All

who

have not already done so should strive to support this drive, and so reach finality on an issue that for too long has been Wc must finish the job hanging fire those

Who

state

were combe completed with-

The

.

The Prealdent pi expected to leave Washington soon after his liuuguraU«m. which laker place Saturday.

j

.

Ottawa

labor.

flow of materials, and labor rs difficult to on any terms. 7 he control of materiseems to have been the dominant (actor. and that control has been very difficult to secure

Once

(ollow

not

house

a

why

authorized

is

can-

in the black

market at

deprived of their

I

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governmenu

'

Strike

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one can live in a skeleton framework of wood. Without weather protection. We do not know to what extent the sawmills may have been blocked by other “priorities." and that may have been a sizable factor: but Ottawa should be able to straighten out its priorities. It is high, time that at least was

j

;

F\|»<>r( BuhinFiDi

hundred

for almost one

.Not a

years has rnjiiyrd a lively export business in

primary products such as lumber, fish, ores and farm yields 7 hat trade has been haphazard in a sense, riding the most profitable market at the moment 7 here have been times in which most of our lumber went tO" (ireat Britain, and other times when the bulk of It was shipped to the United States hish. canned or frozen, has found it.s market tn

many

Comment

the Orient once, this

lands

other times, elsewhere overseas on yet other British Columbia apples have been the export column, mainly as an exSmall fruits on the contrary, industfv. have been entirely haphazard in their marketing and remain so even to this day I he point we wish to make is that prosliuiion fur export IS a business in iiscll. _ at

occasions

hmg on p«*ri

Taking lumber for example, fhe British niumbia lumber industry fiVund Tts grcitut •uu esses m ih«*se years when it stepped out to look for markets around the world It found them in Great Britain, ip .South America, in Australasia on the Atlantic seaboard, in I gvpt. in China and by rail haukover a wide. arci on fhn connncni Mrrf it waj pit props. (

*1

h«Tc

It

lutr.

F

doors in thf rough, unfinished lirwhere it was the long clear lum’

baby squares for the Orient his business by water and hv rail grew into surprising volume and was fir

or

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I

prevursor of

the

Mr

the

VSOO.OOOOOf) boani

of mtMirrn times

feet a7Tnu.it cut

(

was lalung something

ihe same lime

|M per vent of .the

hnnsh

t

anada.

at

than olunV’ia turnover less

m

woshI. Io an extent^ not seen other trades-the lumber inilusirv uas organi/ed on in

Mackenzie King has overstepped the

or defeated at the bv-clection.

slrlhoeN

a necessity

is

plexion

Vmted Kingdom.

di<’xide pr.xcss

wav,

proved

commenced

mst.intlv

I

without any

I

hat

No man

are fighting

indispensable

is

'

:

sifitls o(

h.id

I'ms

had the

he sul

in a small

Prinsh

smcesstul

tcf

I

h#

-pr«avvvsexi

fruit asatlahic

liaj in c'ne year. into, so

It

m

puxUici- xf alic is not to be

It

must he prepared for and But

speak

th&«preHluccrs of these fruits ftdiossrd the ready market -

now

domestic

large extent

then foreign

the

-

and

lost to a

expanding t'pporiunities on

the markets ot the sssuld

1

second

'

'*

peace

in fhe fs>rm ol fruse

can only be dcscnbeil as a stale of

'

now

the eneinv.

i<

sense prevailed.

However

river

m

bought often

must

cXpericnLC

often

men

are r>itiii in tnmpetr for nny porllem of lljr ranvlmt triulr by

be

me»n*

will not

«*r

is

lo consolidate

all

plwed

w orld fhe dotrrway of a

and lasting pca^e

no

real

h.ivf

known

ii

'W'e

sufficient

and

three false starts

its

patina ol mivcon*

blending ••t two human (unc ticni. thinking anil feeling, iheir result as it were In fVf.v Swili and some others the head predominated, and it reached the heights In of human endeavor in J‘ng!ish prose

ception.

not

a

IS

mem hered4

>da\. In Shakespeare both funs the head and the lieart came ti' so close

tions

mav among human

a blending as thev ever

and there was established which crnrurifs have served onlv kind

m

mibllo

ilie

a

»Uf>-

bsuied

on

kno*

«I]

pe<*ple to

ae the present strike Indlrale-,

A B

jji.'.r.

Una

enuld

Mi.snfies

IVmocrary !

the nsrh* of

Cmiadum

in Ihes^*

liperest

t«res*.lon'’

Pnul

B«'.

lanusr.

I.S

Honrt

RAfNprRN Victoria BT.

JS4.S

be

a

balance

let

whu

p^sn^

r.-ime

»^vif on

tf*

Ihl- ennDnenV sml wsk them whet turmna and tinkers Why •Dike* 'i.R^ most in ihe Mpeei of Ihe r|ties^^> vksu. they unxni* fniLt lOOOO*

fr*iKl-.ter*.

1

Ih^m

build a

ie»n

earners,

the

ortamrallnna I* »ui be Anehnrs Awcj*h

mstead

dlspersinc nirair.s* the iJat

when



for aH tier* (>ee»n ifftffl-

rewl*

rvvl hwAlnev.

i

of

in th»= ra e

f

.r

f»'rt»itilv will not in thf rf.tnlin ;.r«rs

Ii

romp^^’r wnh »hfp* Bnd nb*-‘iMr en« khippiriff Tl»** «t*^fnpt

trs' trs

ii‘

r 1 1

nu

that

.*.sj>

it

u

Dielr uni-

formiiy and lack nf hrayiy wjush

an

Ls

rvar

H-w-

n»i».standlnr feature

waA not

u

so

with

Vi^tf»na.

which we all |e*e and of we are nr >ud Vir»orla had enimet^ of lu own thwt whut irr

the

clt'

wi.iT-h

*

nr!” in Ihr erBr1i)Al dKaftIhr C'lirindiiiri Pa# from Pirn »• !• dtrwpprwrrd

i.f

Ihl* *•#>>•

>0>”»nd

'Jo

s,

to enhance

retrospect

business

It

mil

U hrn

alt tt'o: seeoM

Hou

j'/

R»ii,,jn:

enduf^e

suAer thrs h

oar Jerdi crid

fhrt*'

rrwi*e

ih*m

cA

urfo

/>!«?

that heuei

era ohoct the conquer

7 o one

I'l

Th^ r»por» u rurreni thw* piuhbiende '>re n'th raUium ha# b*»n Irtund xi rcetr

Oijtari'k-

Pwrr> Rf-md 71;^ >'re s» Miid u. hwve ty-^n l»•s1#rt by » expert and d*> Jared tn h»xe h^n s*rr powerful.

Nrw York

pur*.

u'f moii /iff fre-m o»/r of rfwir

A loue .A

fhat sb

tht

/?ise in

begins

by asking the requirements of those in distant lands Iluse requiremeniv mar be fotiHy Ifom our own. indeed thev must be 1 Ik ri-qiiirements oiue know'n. can be filled . on> all jt once, but Kradualls at an export disoM.n rf iIm industnr can prepare for that 7 hf pf. r^• ukps \firs to set in motion hat

“In >l«*niorianr*

Krniii 'uiot;

That a special

hlr

• lu' JnrelatiHR to their buaineM 5*eerees Irads to (llsretard of Die Jaw.

hat ssas the con

progress

lx porting

-hips in ihr built

f>f

Cniu' shipbuilders have

dlffleuiiies

A ot

fhflf u'lfh

ux u

d

t^cart

The Ctt> - The Atewnah^w l^ooia. of the N .rU*ern Pa/*ilw* t.ii>e, •hd Mlowrir* nf'h# CkiiAdiwii A.utaallar IXiie »re etp«.-ied In pfjii todwj ouiward br>cmd

-vfcs. ar)d fruit

dis'inyi

I

U

rfh tdifb that co'nti of sele-rbdfrof.

The '

I

\rj

frufAi fhdf ofter eoo he preu ed

nul u oil

u

e

•*

»'.*o»e u'lfh j!l u e /eu ed, tiou iiam %mit if loi^.’

IfSNjyVN.

Civil

it

,*B-!*m*

rtf

R«-ir,itf fi.»i

'

an

••

Ks** or-* a weex

unfxrtrtwn’ tr.ii »|

r^rr nxii

rtfTk'

oiicht

it.

be

'mander-m-chief. .

m

Capt John Ougdule.

reaching

"T

to

repot* and frankly and with a du# CtiurciUlI

replied

I

really

"

espected expected

* is

on Die war ®'®^ and Greece during a s Commons on ihe the

irfte

War -toUIed

Minuter sought

2.101.

to turn

.

\

irtoria

Man

o/i

Itoanl of Dairies



ors are

If if

members

will

be

enr/ugh to await a statement *hlrh will be made
Tli-



•.

Columbia

Virloria. couver. ci.im,

Albcrla



he In* glad gl*d

.

London

asked

Ijibor.



BrltUli Tlie Pi

war Mtuaarma-

drive for

'*®*

ihe comthe public

rormtnieiii'n in Pneifir yards. _?'hye m**n run

CoMt

arrive the sooner at

Writing stnppeif

‘n In

‘wo-dsy debate In two-day in

findings

for

the rriiendw ar-iupd wnhniit *e«ther

,

in the immediate postwar vears. the comparable test that we know FlaJ the been i'rgani/ed on domestic and both distinct and separate, one

shouiy not

o»n

n niimbrt of

If

.Snnie

t.ifd*

strength in

mav

fruit intiustrv

would have been

nt o'jr

••enr»

shim rere hrina

anv other school.- All that

in

now

-

«'>uld be mueli better lm*inr>./.

It

Cifcece against the (iermans. so that the

export bases clear start

report

Of Die riry-rargn rrafl. 24' Liberty vessels, and the oth-

If

Danube

n| the great

the hard wav. since

learn

Asked on whose auUvonty news*

political and military miUUry situation REGINA Jan 16 rBritish casualties in Greece between 'gAnlzailutu w-riT natnrci ai the an* * ®‘'‘> January 1 the nual convention here tod;<> l>erlod covering the major pan of li^ftod Dairy Farmers of Canada dun I*

i

buildinc pr''«riini should he if.u«ui^red romplrird in the next few me-niha

threatened along most ol the

mulcWe ami lower reaihes

The

.

reports

situation

'

will tie private ritisens and one offiep. will all be -.ulUible tor pmiwar have been to hut [commercial pufpoM*>, which means only to paruij comi>etiliftn In view of thu ririi. closure of Ihl. evtii*or» nt lionil mnruitr beine tumefi imr m teh‘ nbtalned bv the tommUalon the United iiiu vi**r. ii u> hurd Now that the former plea that tn unilersiaud If rkiind* hiiA not piihllraii'.n of the rejK»rt would be xrquIiTd « siiu^iantial umnage n( detrimental to ihe arrueed at their trrl|fliHT- At mir. tiurslup. r;aU no ionRer appliea, what pnaat-

us

have arrived at this point leaving the Allies tree to pursue

rponths ago

®

prov^.ked,

paper correspoiidem.1 in Greece wri# prevented from interviewing mem* bere cif Uie ll.L.A S. force*, Mr, Churchill said that when Die del*, gates came from the tines iiiey wer# given safe conduct by Die coot*

uh war correspondents

B

.Stanley,

A H

O W

Mul-

Mercer.

\un-

R I! M H.iiiey amt R. Edmonton

Ha-'kairhewan Baxkatooii and F'>rt Qu Appellf

D

J

Ernest

BhinlnC'.n,

Btrudwok,

Manitoba P J Oi^Hlman and W. Wtnniiwg

Elholt,

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The new American vev.cl*. wi.l melude 30 taiikrrv and 166 dry-rarx'i’
would

(iri‘ecc

it

Liberated Ruiheniu wants reunim with ihe Soviet Union, in cording lo .

the

Csecho-Slovek Oovernmem in Bntaln has had its own admmutrators in Ruihenia for m*mthN past, acting public policy •* Recently I obtained by agreement wiUi Moscow which gang with aifriculty a iranacrlpt of ihe leaves Ihe CiecJio-Slovak Cabinet' "I don think that cvldeme the Provincial Police m- m charge of ctui affair* prime Minister replied qulry. bul l have been unable to get



Had good

poignant one

a

war

.-.enous.

is

N

Mr Cnuuhul. when e(f«vrls made by

Ihe Prime Minuter wh.v, in vie* of hu own experlerur as a war correspondent, he dt»r» not tiu.M BrltI

i

uJiat

ifi

civil

“on

*Nld

people in Dus Huo.'-e jiieatiy the difiiculUva of oar

to

troops.

.

^

at lost reah/es the

"*

.

FAST FR» ItlllTi R FLEET NFLDLtl

not

Athens celebtanng

ot

when

had also ®^ dlvcredUed dLveredUed the Government. ment

United led to his suicide , , I ‘Ivjuld nave objected surrcs-sTuliy

.

spectacle

i I

»''r^i.s known, and »''rWi.s

^®* »hirh

have been aumetinit

|

^’**'**

Stnte;.

ot 1045,

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Just

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even the Prime Minister himself.

riifion last

the

'.criire.

ut the trlul to any attempt by the Maritime Commushm defendant to introduce any vuch irbeen suDiorlKcd bv Jamc-. relevant evidence, and he had no in nu rd iatcly the defence to the 'Clalrn. Thus 'there construction of 186 commercial vex- wav no Jiisuficailon for the rev.^-a|xfia for' delivery in the laitet hwif tion of Ute permit mi ground* of

United

ha.s

• I

musUke

•‘•riou*

TIhe

, Mveousljf IddaV, bul but to give s ® full report

j

convince the nation iiuthm.' feared from Uie Unitco

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The

1

have seen Die

1

.some

add

lines . '

Eurone

Tfl/Jf

onilnued from Page

®

I

to

gfoun

compeiiiUf-

fe-r

Sim**-. Is nol slmwing anv dupadtion .to rcintrnl production In fart the

1

jP HYr nes tn begin

whah we

uoder the Ircednm lor

a basic one

well.

I ailnut.

Mr

' t

inaa#

lo

asked Mr. Shin*

the rest of it?

'all

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,,

Plasiiros

"t

iwa

f

m

^

their right,

is

m

the

in

s«'ft

trade with the

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I

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must, and

It

deftiorwtraird iheir >ki;U in

be seen

frmts and small Iruiis in this [’rovincf On these separate occasions thev. were almost in command ot a rising tide ol

^lur

!

Oji the other

hkel>;j*ote as they please

secure

'The reverse example can •torv of

J

political comhand to sav that the electors must choose General .SUNaughton and nut hi.s opponent is very special pleading. Such reasoning would defeat the reterence to the people before it could be made, and would turn the electorate into nothing more than a yes-chorus for the political party in power I hr Parliament of Canada would actively resent any such designation So will the T he voters ol Nori-b Grey will most people.

(hat

matters

.>1t'aii
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mark a little bv declaring that the election of new .Minister of National Defence. C'lcneral A G. L -McNaughton. at North Grey is It is clearly a matter .ol necessity in the w ar nothing of the kind. Canada's war effort w*ill continue w hether the gallant general i\ elected his

U'js

ber of the Riant Douglas

again If the unlt.s of what is now planned as Canada's of the Oovernmem lo Uke proceedingN. Tills was granted, and the postwar ocean-going fleet rannot deSubvelop speeds equal to her foremoai plami was issued and served competitors for trade How many of scqutnlly the Resident who granted Canada's ships planned for postwar the permit left on vacation, and his deputy was induced to cancel it by a service are capable of i6-]8-knnt speeds? This Is the .speed at which .senior official of the Mines Departihreatened by Die defendant a large proportion nf the vex-wb meni threatened diaclosure of Indiscreet indiscreet acceptwhich *711 be competition With with disclosure ance of the hospiialiiy of leading ours f ill travel Chinese miner.v. The resuUaiii stay Although with total merelmnt nf proceeding* Wi mv client under ship tonnage the neighborhood (d 35.000000 tow. many of which are the unjust ImpUcatlon nf guilt and

t

,

Minuter en*

Prinii'

demand for uncondUional sur- am not going in aliempi to give a J,nder is w pruiungtn# Iirulumntui the thi. war. war general mra^ure of complete ron.'i* render "In any wUI be Or dence to ail war c»irre*p«indrnLa, .^V event, the war will prolunRid o until unconditional u„c„„dii.on.l sur.ur- wherever ihry mav be' and from render hss whatever eountrv th*v derive Now has been obtained Hts remarks Hu rrm.rk. were .rrr wildly rh-,rd cheered I am aiwiiv. douUDiil about oo* by .Members of Parliament PTlbunml after .llrr a . mpondenu who ("the from on* long ChrUtmaslIde recess for i>rr- side III anoDirr a< fo ihe fighiing

'

Columbia

British

be-

At any rate, our Allies would be fully, overwheUiiingly opposed lo such a sen.se of resporutblllty.

,

UW

in

he

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Surreiuler

,

done.

I

U would liieirfure br iircgulai.* |hf said, “fur huii to allow Diem poliUcai circles tonight consee any person ^.li/r than hlmsell it unhkeiy that t>m de or Tiu duly auDioriu-d nprewnta^*t*^** would a’tend the coming live auch delegate* remain under ”^**ung nf the Bi# Tliree, detpur guard until they retain to their Prench press campaign for Jus ,own lines" Presence at the conference.

Uentlnued from Page

irtter5'-a'(Editor



No

fact.

rsidered

'

will be

iviiweiv to .ATTEND B-rrev-fi M.IKELV TO M.IKEL1 .ATTENU LONDON, Jan. 16 'CP-Reuurs* I 1

1

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democratic.

u cumposed rnurely^of

remarks b.v his ewn truciUent observauuos railing them (the armed oppuamcti' bandits and

^

later.

I

Government

present

'.Asgs-mauet of It

jthe.se truculent

^

will

.

the Greater Victoria area at this

Hie

Republicans Is not the CburagUig Lien ’

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have everv reason to belle.#

lieve .

!.

much

teen.

on every second or

it

f

that

Or^ce U extremely jad^d.

^

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ment

4RAN( K W ANTK VOICE IN UUNFF.REML .

was wantonly wasted.

^

.

«ire«iucil

'

Coniltiued question.*, about siala^

j

menu

Prom

.

«tuch lure quarter^

,iavia.

Improve-

turnup

to learn Just how will face another war f entlnued from Page I of Canada's wartime product Strange sounds and muffled be available for deep-sea traffic exciBCiatiwu ijwued Irrun tie b«ae- emergency arrangement fur uflng meal of a Vancouver Street house, icachers in ?'.rho4 '^ald today that there tiad been little s
This

rhe people have

that

some sympathy, then, with the efforts of the newly created housing authority to secure action to cure this visible and discouraging state of affairs.^. Whatever authority at Ottaw'a is responsible must become a great deal surer in its yes and no. Yes must mean yes all of the way and not merely to the extent of erecting studding, roof and gables

for 60 cent# per carton often

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.

.

what hr said 1 read Mr. ChurcliUl addrd .^HL^ miprompiu remarks seem to have been singu* larly well chueen when rrplyitut Id



“T

and

cigarette* sold to the troops

U

Who

moment. There

convenUons

shows involving transporU- **'t?f^***^u awakens According to a letter Sydney. New South Wales.

army

Uon.

j unsighUy and

'

to finish the other half?

the condition

There ar«rtvxamplei of third block

meeungi.

from

trade



political relaUoiu arising from Allied ment* made by the new leader* of drVelopThto handling of the liberated coumnex, Greece brought Iruui Mr Churchill the ,nd the crlUcUms which have Die comiiieiu ****‘'' here wnd agn>ad of the "i cannot be respimsiole for tha ^neral Anglo-Soviet decisions tn relation to day-to-day remarks Dui are mad* to the rraUiaUon Poland, Greece, Italy and Yugoby Die head of the Oregk Govern*

^



benefits from putbr completed.' a house, and then waiting six

it

up half months or so ting

group '

^

**Ik.*' thin

Ujfy

think he has done admirably.** and the House

CtiuiThtll replied

broke into cheer^. ‘

I

greater significance than theU recent merimgs in view of the troubled sute of diplomatic and

{

controls the

als -



"]

Mr ’

of

.

that scores of convenUon cancellations are pouring in since pubheaof an appeal lo cancel large

‘Uon

^

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spared the ^horrors of PARIS. Jan 16 «4». Prance dea reader "In these days whko **'*‘”y devasuuon. but can there «rcs to have a voire, at the next bl« deal with bUlions of senseless power poUry conference and has imate gross tomuigc of 250,000 tons. dollars, menilon of conservation of public funds seems to be old-faah- destruction which goes on right in clearly made this knovm at both FOUR MUN'DRCD eyes? The voice* London and Washington during ih" loned. But the taxpayers who proMHIP8 BUILT in disapproval and dlssatls- last few dies, a resi»nslble Ptenen The shipbuilding program ramed vide the billions work Just as hard. are many offlcui said today. official today them.'’ out during war years, and which Mr. if not harder, to get them.'* Mme A B VIVENOT. The comment came after Teas. Taa« MacKinnon stated would be cpm- Prom a student of intcmaUonal Oxford Street. Victoria. B C,. Soviet news agenc). denied that pitted within the hZxT few months, affairs: "Some persons believe that. January 16. i»45. IMSHuhib had supported Prance's inin* had alUred the picture considerably. given her opportunity. Germany elusion at the next big power meetclusion meet Shipyards, wheu the construction would be prepared to Uke her place _ Editors Kote-'TTie other side to jng on the basU hnale. of undersUndlngv program expires in the not very dls- with other nsUona in working for a this objecuon is that the city has reached reacnea at Moscow receiiUy when tent future, will have launched a new world order. Evenu of the past certain species of trees, premier Stalin and Oen de Oauilc total of 400 ships for Canadian oper- 25 yearn have proved very much the negotiated a M-year aiJianre ation. totaling around 3.700.000 gross reverse. German de.Dre for world f*® The high Prench informant said tons or 9.700.000 deadweight tons. dominauoa was Just as widespread Prance's desire for a voice in Die Some twenty ships of ihLi new con- from 1914 to 1916 as from 1999 to “ dr«lnc Nor can we see Natsiias pulley confer* struction are unkers, about 40 are 1046. While other nations were busy wnai can be done, save to reptwee lenee was clearly expresaed by Oen 4.500-ton carriers, but how The bal- prepartng for peace, Germans were smaller and flowering va- ^de Gaulle during hu Moscow vuit. tance of the tonnage is divided or inventing de*th-
w'avc. (hat of‘ Autumn. 1944. seems to have receded almost scf loon as it commenced: leaving approximately 100 houses in the Greater Victoria area in a Mmi-built. skeleton

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much. aa

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last

of their taxpayers, they have pledged generous grants in aid of the much needed building

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years in (act. there have been other

pleted. Others could out undue and disheartening

has been fully demonstrated. I be PfQvin aal Gcivern ment and the Cuy of Victoria have done their part 'On behalf

of It has contributed generously to the preNow it is vious starts with this same drive.

two

incipient

has halted its drive for funds to complete the proposed maternity pavilion, to let other and national drives go through. Now Ihis unfinished business should br takew-^-and setis

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trees on Pairfield Road and on coast Guard Reserve veaseb wltlch OUphant Street liave been ruthmaintain 34-hour patrols of Puget lessly chopped down, then came the nations at war's end. according to Round. Graj*s Harbor, the Columbia turn nf the splendid acacia- trees on Trade Minister MacKinnon, who is River and the Oregon coast are to Faithful Street, which are no more. authority mcniRuiied in the di^ich be decommissioned. Guide fw the statement that Canada's International Service at London is and today the work of desirucikm

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plan for a maternitv hospital wing, an acute necessity for more than three years now. On several occasions the Royal Jubilee Hospital

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Emmanuel Bhinwell. Labor, asked .whether Mr. Churchill would deal wltii "the delegaUoii made by Gen. ('•DtlDued frea Tagr 1 'Sroble 'Ronald Scoblr. Brlllah .The ronclusion here was that tho commander in Greece* with reKard meeting would be close to the war luea in lone. They met in Tehran more to the puaiuon of minor Greece, and whether c»rn Scobie than a leer ago nuliiary Officer to No one would know who accom- was entitled as a deal with political aftam

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cent trees amen lined lu boulevards. Many European clues are famed for their century-old treea, which are carefully tended and are the pride of D)c Inhablt^pu Here, on ths contrary, the trees, as soon as they come to the full eipansd^of their beauty.^fall victim to the woodman's axe Within the last few weyks the

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once opened, can absorb most of what we make'^or grow. This is our business. For decades to come we will be an exporting Prov* ii^f. Is it not lime that we studied that position objectively, taking note of our failures and our succ?s.ses in the past’

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Madr*

Members

7f> Ijryal

RN

Merrv

were hoata at a delightful dinner party In the Empress Hotel Monday

mi the staff of St J..«eph’i- Hospital flhe h.w been v»*iting her parenU,

evening to members of the execti-

My

British

m

RC

Majrrr (L f

think that

U

all

Hoe

.

quiet where

you are lying dust of battle long since gone

The amoke and

Now mile

,

About

When

W

and shy small annuals cume while you sleep on

birds

smiled

Folding away the

'

with

when the

and excitement

pride

And

smanly

lieuienaiit stood

at attention to receive his

'

I

up

Duncan. B

The Harcouru

are truly a miliury family, with five members in the .service of their country. Nova 8mtiaa* by origin, they have lived In

w

mut

that evening laid

Alberta ai^

British

of the i.'turage that vou

-M

who attended the opening F'-;.-*

The



daughter. Mr*. Eipine Sprague, both of Winnipeg, survive Mrs. Simpsnn-Hft; as slie was .

gave the w»rid

known

C

for

nianv

ftitfuef V DiODORAMT )ARTCRUH CRtAM

.

.vears,

died

•*0

f»iur

leave from Chilliwack The family Mr* Brooke Siejiiiriuon prvernor and Mr*. Wmxlward, Premier John lUn. Maii.r-Oen O H .Pearke.s. VC.

Acrompanying their son, Capi J. (* Whittle Port Hardv who received the Military Cmsj for valor In action,

fr«ni

.



RCE.

and Mr* J. W. Whittle FoiPiwtng the ceremony, a buffet lunch was served at Ofivemment Hou.*e when Mr*. Hew Paterson and

which commemorates her son. has b< who died from machine-gun fire half y afier only two days acuoii. Ueut. lop, R cf'iaa

m

Alan Merry, Trail

member* Col,

of

the Cabinei and l.icut F, Brr>oke Htepheruon. »ht»ok

8-tciety

reported Uial the sum of 43 2IMIB4 wa* collected durjng 1944 Ai H»e meeting, which was held recemlv at the Farmers’ PwvilUm

«t the

Mrs. A.

£

I.ai»er,

U.A. Raises

W

172

all

rummage

sale

wax reported held

/nr /> .

t

VAIUI

hands with recipienU of coveted many year* awards and voiced mptheir

111

MAZja\]AMI>S

br.incu

Mazda Lamps

arc

Westinglrouse uniformly

Westmln-’ter. sent to the

thrifty a

experience

half

can

You

arc assured of the

light

and longest

.vent

260.000

War

lines.

monrhlv

up

bj

Uic

ngg told the

FOR CHILLY EVENINGS

went U> New Yi.tk, where she sUidled and (Marhed wKh «ufh wrii-kn-'wn will be *ent teacher* Fleanur MrClellan. said, adding Dicle Huwell and Frank LaF'-rg-, She hn.> berwnic a prominent teacher Fxamlnaiion sparkle of youth and beauty, ihan to either i,.f him c.f vni.e ill Porlland, bv the Univer.vitv uf harp. in the capable and appeared hand* of Ruili l-nndoh. under the Red Cnv pn.. Lorrame-ciowe. as tololM with the porlland P.ulwill revive the magof

War

e
rrheme

riuhefttra and and has held the

nificent tone*

menr The

r.f the delicate insiniradio and .inceri >1*11

Borlelv



Orat/irto ijnelipu,

in the leading churches of lierfonnances on the hari»|chorr|. of by Marte-i ji ndn w ski and the nrwlv- the Ci*v of R^uves diAcovfred manuwripu 'in Tomntot An experleitre of «heer musical of Philip FUr.annuel nnch, have pleasure wliJ »pping received her thl.v e«.;,.i,v ^eereiarv v>f earlier likjui'refeVrtrie musical traiiilng „f her home Ian I-'el'-ii Colorado at the annual She became «n meeting lost nigjit arth'-pupH nf ni.»nr|,e Dafr*i., -

Ihrertirrs

New

gt

material

to ihe mercfl-

picked

maihr^^mallc' and science lie ha, learned to spe?ik fluent Fn m-h and German and knur.- both lanrsage* thoroughly He has also taken two vean In medicine, with (he aid of medical bie>k- *ent by hLs mother

ofier*

RC Wom-

Ounmafirt

has been ani navv

tniioiinrrfl OTTAWA.

Jan

10

Sunn p O

Ma.Kenzie. acting naUonal coordin.1 r off emergency ordinaior vhelter. rc-

.

t,.-„

oy

man.*

prevent

Marjorie

Cn«e

m-

a,,.

cmifllPl

Fir

dirertor of re
and pri.v*u»e« nf *ar offuer P Canadian Red Crone headquar:;:

f

m

turned t.i Oiiawa today after a trip wr announced that the |]rh I' England, tell* of «g>nditi».n*. •inker and voi.-e tear Two Falrbndge bros were adopted, to the p.icifi. Coast. Ahe Praine* *niou* the earlv prUonern. and -: TV A Annual hall wo.iltL Denver and have received parcel* and lel- and Wevtrrn Ontam. where he fit.e wen5': continue her Vf t'd iV‘UMng d‘**l'l»oiniment that the w,r at -J..- F.mi'fe* H':’ on Fehruarv ler* from the W A al regular niwicxj traingidinons. InterJabTXeii KruHing M»u* wiirviag: •ng f<-Ilowing her debut befi-re the val.* One hundred girls of the *’’ II i- undervtocKi the apprunimenu vUltlng Mr and Mrs Carev fa*ht--:i »i!;i* with locsl girl* a/ting Pr<»-Mu»lra winning the Band =’.ere entertained at of emereeiif- aheii*)... as modeP, under guidance of Mr luncheon on the occ*«ion of their

most

for your

life

inal

W

^

d»‘le.

eram Guard, and reading

century of make them.

being

But he ha.' made g'HKl use of hi.v time In addition tf; stiidving

Cochran, gave

re.f|<*ried

The vum of $15 w* Provincial Conunand Chrisitnav cheer fund for the Vet-

and depen

bomber over Heligoland, ws^ sluit He siwiii six and a ha.f

down

before

became member* of

Kate at a meeting of the Provincial

ens

**

«as

W

Wettinghouie

at

brought in $179, ji annual meeting

REMEMBER

rnemv.

Macuie Red Crtv'. Corps, reported the Red Cross ambulance had been withdrawn

the Provincial Command al the beginning .if the year, and in November Mr* G Br-'Kjkbank wms

other products. dabic

Mr C C

the annual report MidowaJI. •‘••mmaudant of

r

grutulatlons.

hours in a dingy on the Nnrlh Sea

Bnl

ICR'

at the

R C Mainguy

Tlie

.

Westinghoui* trad* mark on the lamp and the orange and

WestiBghonse

treasurer.

19

I

MODERN pharmacy LTD. Uranui* *ii Dm sK ciiitN* ii^i

In variuu* parts of the province h>r

raid on Wilhrlmshaven. and 21 dav'* while pUoijng a Hampden

to Hepiat

IXDNDON. Jan

at »•«

COMRAM

until 1902 In the latter year Mp-( Hayes came to Bmi.*h Columand served av substitute teacher

later,

250 .IMM) Soldiers

M

black carton Like

Mrx

re-elected

president and Mr* F Whitworth RuAsel was ch«»en as secreiarv. replacing Mr* K Kee^hlin

Gtf your money's worth when buying tsmpi loolt for tht .

were

^ omen

Duncan

In

Mr* v/T / ///M

offlrer*

White, convener of the seven wiirkroonw. repi.rted 1.981 articles of clothing had been sent lo headquarters during the past ye»r. The J. J.

"

'

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I»eg

bia



V*nc-...ver gur«'

H'-tei Include

DOUMl sat

day* after the death here of her sister. Mim Wlutafred Prisca Hayes. Ml** Haves. aL*o a graduate of Predericton Normal, tauRhi achool in the Maritime* until iiw:, she then came west, teaching in Winni-

M

Columbia for A

m she the

of

representing

Winnipeg Free Pres.* t One Burke Simpson, and a

B K

servlc

moat of their life. Urut Harcourt has been 46 years an army man. -Mrs. Harcourt wears a silver

M«uelt

Gottf

aecka

,v

magasmev and newspwiwr* pans of Canada ft was

various

I ^

101

In wTiuiig a

a fe

ir,

LIOIES

CREST RINGS

ago and wi

^

Du

S,

award.

R.C.a.F.

'legend

SunpMin came here 3a veari - a frequetit comnbuii

•Mr*

free

their dally lyc

Ute fu-st light of day Uiucive* Uie hilltop.

With careful bands to shiejd from the dark That you might rest there safe and unafraid, shining ray will Ught where .:=u are lying. Spreading iU radiance like a flag unfurled A memory of the glory of Vuur passing.

Mr* F A L^w. New Wesimlnaler, ** I

Weti

of the

told of the pa.ysmR of ind Derby D«,. In ihe a collection of poems er the name of Yukon

u engaged I

P

Ihe of the Ijidies' Auxiliary to the K of c Army Hui Following th Empress dinner the monthly executive mee' ^^anaciian iiCj;ion Mr. Ing was held A presentation was made b- th* and Mr* f. A Kmerson, Miss Gladys I iind Capuiii and Mrs (’ MrKm- members of the auxiliary on Frida' .'> .$ evening Ui Mr* R«^ Fisher, pa n..n, and Mr ami Mr*. Riley. president, and also to Mr Heather, I.ieutenant and Mr* F M Mike retiring manager, a position which the Cowichaji Branch. Canadiar Poliuiger whit have taken up resl- be fulfilled almost since the or- Legion, raisad 91.723 23. of whlcb denre «i Windsor Ckmrt, Viclorla. ganisaUon of the hui. .S7. made from |i922 the
Mr and Mi%

Uw

Army, was |x«ied to the Royal Scots and #'iei hut death souUiweai of Caen the heavy fighting The

One

I



'

eldfsi son. WO. Engineer P. W. Harcourt. N V R Is on a Canadian warship and a daughter. Ptp Florence Harcourt. C A C-t U somewhere In England. She dropped

and

Che disunguished award urt. wife of Lieut

g«xl-

F A Corheii and her daugh-

,

the attractive wife showed great pride

in her brother’* fallant service

home

from Ea.stern Canada.

A riyistening tea was held the home of the baby Mr* B H Porter.

Beach D/lve

Ml-.*

of a pilot officer,

bab;

grandmother.

Mn

ViriurU_ Mrs. Connor

Father

The

be off. voluiUcerad fur

Hoey* have lived In Duncan for the past 3< year* Mr and Mrs Hoey ujll return to iheir home after a day= vwit with their daughter In

was given the names Sheila France* and wore the christening gown worn b> her mother and her sUter. .Mar garet June Mis* Margaret Webb was named godmother, and her

of the

and Mrs

In

.

Ri»ad.

W

Mrv J Gtr^opy »nd her baby son have relumed lo Vlct^n-Ja after

son E H Harcourt Joined the Calgary Highlanders and laier, impatient to

a rour*e at the died of wounds received in NormanKingaion. Onuno. in dy only four days after landing. The

was well known Theatre in Vancouver.

Little

8g* R R Howard. and Mr» H'-ward hav.- relumed to Vanlouver afur siKiidlng the past ten davs In Victoria.

g'.ie.it*

finished

college

author of three books nagarine and feature anip Pot-Pourri. her • •'a collection of p

ettfl Pno'ngrkahcr.

daughter, PriaesUa (Mr*. J, W. Connor) were principal figuies ai yetterday. For the firat time in Canads, a Lieutenant-Governor w received by the gsHant soldier * mothi u Croti and the Military Cro**. symbols of her son’s heroism.

The potthumou* award was

'

Thu



recently

France*

RA.^ka(oll^*an

VICTORIA MEAT MARKET -By

In

'

money





.-.

eWAf

McLennan, McFeely riiahllMt**

1400 Government Street

&

SALE OF BRITISH-MADE^

Prior, Ltd

‘'TS

ISM





SUITS

DRESSES

r*!-

riccaciiiUi ^hOi. (»iic>l.* al

Government House Smile

OIR€CT € NG L A N D G0V€RNM€NT ST. ^ G 7

5 II

WIN YOUR FAMILY'S PRAISE/ yoi/v BITUK CALL

n *ALntt jtmmA*

Order

COKE Now

'CAUSl

£Asy ro f/xf

m

H»ad Red O'""- Unit rehelp for war sewing Mr*

i.-.rfjon

qu. -5v

COKE DEPARTMENT

H

I

Mii-hell

W'-men not

B.C.

^

ALtm

^iAtmrs so\m Roll (tos-s Aoles

ELECTRIC

trem

ot;e

area.1

<>f

convener.

almdv .loir.ing

of

Brhain

fi

*,*k*

tha'

sewing maxe

bombed ped

for

wwa

re t wi

that Mr= C K Rr. :.gai\ nad add--d 9'00 to the fund.- of the unit bv the vale

and other .uned has been done o*er the

lams

of

Thu

"•

ps*»

prefer this way to relieve distress of

6094 hr f00

permi.*.-

of

if v-'-m Ilk* -'jffer

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Mr>nr>'.

-*hlch SI Mai f Hai:

ruik

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lUxiilff.

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how qincgiT •

rphi* VltamlB

R

1.

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fm rs

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Tr. loand* nf wn-r*n trg >*.i, .have rapnrt*d hoa«^u f-:\ »••>» diractiobo i-: u *< >«'



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M-

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eh mad r.M r'r'--'

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Lydia E. Plnkham^t VEGETABLE COMPOUND

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Nr sar ft Canac-tan Rad Cfoe- r.j,^

fr,er*jnr of

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Sa vrt

Eagtty Mixed,

Field

:

ad la mod* and fiwBi

0i§9ifikli

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For Quick Cough Relief, Try This Home Mixture

m*tlT firt* fror:*'r*fnp*. iiraO. f,^l du* ui fua^

ot irv Lydia ’•eetaiu* rt-mpovind. .



orange

With Ki Nenion Ktstim FMtingi T*ie

00^

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f!*» year?

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>niw*«d of •ijgaT oua^ea of lia*

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,

THK DAILY COLdNIST.

VQN

annual meetine

January

29

2.k

at

ICTOKIA. H.C.

\

A\ I•;D^•KSI)A^

CATd iMftjr in Uu* Community HalL PrlAr wmiMf* were Mn. CockrU And Mr J. OCoaucil, lint, Ur*.n'.liufU

Societies will

o'clock

^

Mrs held and

W. Praacr, second.

next card party ary 12

at Uie

Mr

WMB

home

the

W W

Lake HUI enjoyed a fine evening on Monday when ll»e C.W L lield a

K HuUUia.

l

«4iu Officers

preaipreAideni. Mrs

II

McNeun.

Mia.

Aecreiary,

JUST ARRIVED S«in 32

SOfT«R smooTHtRsKin

W

M:

mifi'^.

W

rl.-

A

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i

woaa

I'otusioM Te« aic

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BY EXPERTS

iami

MOONEY'S

BODY SHOP

lacATcs urroww

-

co«*«ie

COVfaMMIMT^ CHATMAN iTACITf

mowtoT Om, escotrr 7 rr was

fc-ry

16

-

fHONE G213I

you WERE. .MOT AT ALL-A ( LOIS/...OM, WONOERfUL' ;motatai.lj I- ER-I HEARD 1 SO brave NEVER let rr \ VeXJR CRV FOR AND-AMO-> Be Said that NHtLP, BUT r SEE REGOie VAINC FAILED TQ LEND A HELPINS HAND TO A FAIR OAMSEL

OCStRTtO ME.AJOI-l^MOTMieia WAS HCuPUKSS. IP >OU 1 HAOS/T come

has be'^n

be i>r*;*'nU'd al

lii

II

96

Victoria Retail MBER YARD

OOM-T K»40W

t>4Amk youi

fLjiA-e.'tJ, lUi'J r^ Wilng n.mMrv M. Wurburton and Miw.

l-eigijt
(i

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Five liberal Aaaorlatkm card party to have been held at liberal headquarteri tonight has been canceled.

Mry. H. V (lueft. parN-it»Mte roiiimiitee, Mih. h Emery, pianlxt,

CLEANED CARPETS

OONNACOHA INSUUATINC fANELS

SnUth. tfiTurer, .Mrs J A Caidero
(e$t

I'M

17.

Ba>

Ward

C

F.

OaA

MATUn,

CARD PARTV CASCeLED

Uuuorafv

Itxcfuded.

Mrs

A Uuiier. vice-prcud«m, Mri. B.

tJ

-•

Your houie

Ur

n(

c-.inductcd Uut devotional

elected rtetir,

Colm

•chool tniAtM, wUl tne 199617 •chool turvey. with Mrt. H. Sibbaid AA radio TooT«n»r. orer CJVI at S:M thli ev^ninf. The program U ipunaMed by Victoria and DUUlcl Parent-Teacher Council.

.

Belmont United Church W A held iU annual ntcctinil on Tu'-aday at

f'f Oak Bay United Church wtll-mee* Thursday at S'Vt orlock. w^^en Dr MfPtierwm will conduct the li»su!laUon reremonica

lAM'ARV

.

P.-T. Assotiations

The

be held Pebni-

will

;

7VH« is One Time Thanks to mr REOO iE VAf. t /

YOU'RE TOO LATB

*

a iatrr

H OtSTRESS-f-ESPEClALL-i

^ wnw tiOOQOOO IN IL TWE offino/-*)

,

y

ui inrj

i.r.,

Eirwoman

vicTOIUA

.

imtuuuced

/\

was Empire

British

^^

^*'“**®^

autloo, Jerlco

*'

Mrs Monday momlnf. A.W I preMJ. "L Audrey- Mary Andcraon, wlio was M c*. cited for her meritorious service and Mrs J. 'dfvotion to duty, received her medal dent, Mrs 'from Air Vice-Marshal P. V. Heakes, Mrs J. P. C B air officer commandint. Westled by 'ary

II,

ern Air

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by

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more than

training

at

where sha

iirlgifially.

.

tablet, later transferring

stehographlr

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Ai

timr

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.ittets

vi-tit,

in

mid

14 days!

Vi«w i^irwt

f'lf

.

of

.

the

aasuted

centre,

AND

All.

THC OWIV ROW WC tVCR HAD WAS tlCXUSt. X WAS JiAkOuV SHl TRUm HI coMPLtTeiv; XMOftjMt A.WAiO W

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r»K>in

wan the iin fc iture of the pr*»gnim. which wr luuU'.* the general V'* C. J'lhnaon onvenerddp

flelrf;

i

Mr

'•Ir

Mrs A

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Mrs D H. Hartroom .Mrs, C. JungeL

POPEYE !

WdrERfBUT THEPTS

Mr« H-iy F Ul-her. w«
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and

M

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CLOSE PRCWlMOVt

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TO TWE GEEPUNGS-y

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omv

WEAR

LADIES-

WHATCHADOtN? / NO* I PAViNs cfF AN Bought 1) ElECTWN B£T’ j SOME NEW / ITS '

Blue Bird Diamonds 25

n

i(*e>vonuMi HAURKSON HOT SFHINGS. J,»n.

U«*rint»»S Ua*lllr

MITCHELL & DUNCAN

The

15 «CF'

resort hotel at Htirn-wn

H"t Springs, British Columbiiis famed l>tm. thL* week became the '•rvirew-men- rom^Iv cnl In Canada. The ffrv. 'uth ~ is at Oakville. cnt r Under the lUpervL.ion of Ihe Army

BC. T«-\ Chib iw nf t. V and

.

ri/nifi-r'-

;itid

BIG FOOD

VALUES

LA GIOCONDA SHOES Smart dre«s pumps brown •ucd'

bbsk'and

in

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L

Mr

L

Mfdlt

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Am;',

C

HCA4

EVERY DAY

.*-.1

Girl’,

717 Eoft

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J»e

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by Mrs. Green. Mian

ii'ir

SI'

ne-

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MOW DO TlOU

LIKE

that Coat

v

f '

OO

V

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Sy^OH.wetL.

OF

V,

COURSE* /tmat’llwew?]

YOU

OuSTALITTlE TrtlN< Too LONG SO. Murr^j

I

S6EY0U BOUGHT SPATS^l THOSE

OFF ASIKECPI SPATS.Too' DRLGGlHG (T*

AiNT SPATS'

I

THATS MV

ti

M

J(>hnnrm

J.

Mehh

Tlie

Hocletv of VlcUtfla ha* clothing and n.inf'iri:. f"i th •' who are twelve An. one wTsIdng 'n ari and und* In

dfert-d



Ihe

of

ni.»kf

;--.ninbufe

d'-nuii ;n

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tr

Maiiit.-.ba.

in.i

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telf-phune

Mi- W a tuirnev F 4618 or Mr*. W. J',:..Fy Pr*r.*els may b.* il .Sinr ora Candv Hli.op. 741

Briinh

.

View

rest

.

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tiv

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Harn--on

!.

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CANT YOU DO

PSALMS

POPo

I

ANYTHING

ii.e

NOT

T'Ti-

mijuniam iroa* nr i..k“ part In other nf Itie several outd'vir -^htrh nnide this tnnumnin ."o iNipM^ar in pria_.

COULD TAKE UP THC

COLLLCTtON

I M AFCAID

-.uU

ride hnricbft'k

OP

HYMNS.

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v.iuiifit!.;

Jiiir-iLrcds

HEAD COLDS

-lN.it>

c•'•r^

!

ACHIS-PAIHS go FAST tfoin

n-Klinrii'.:*; >n

iJie

we

ilfti li--;

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of

A

rl.:

n.YIN’ JENNY

wi-U a eventunlly to

A*.

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admvnhtratlon ol-

ILr rerPte

al »:•

LANDLORDS AND TENANTS

;.f

Nancy Hewui,

*ald Capt N'.rth Vanvi.iiver life."

NOTICE TO

!•

reiitri-

where

-;j.e;s,j

Ihelr

Iliri',

THE BOTOe

BUUK

act.

JAMMED-Ib HAVE BET A

OF COMMERCIAL ACCOMMODATION

.

anaOM

COovON

t

tvat

happen 'y

iir ai

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f Ail '

-piOU5AgD Aub SPat

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BJt X. slipped a fraction to 13 psred with tl.liomooo In 1943 The resolution recommended a Bayonne was unchanged at 1 find to the United Kingdom 11 339 .progreMfve lowering uf terUf barMtU City was up a fraction at 8 030 000 compared ortth 81 032.647 000 riers, eummsuon uf quuUs and imand Pacific Pe^leum climbed 2 to port ernbiLrgcirs. the adoption in let58, Home OU iulpped 5 to 3 39 10 S ter and spirit of ihe most favored

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compared with 3 013 0U0 the day be- BAuhiMn A O.

December

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of the Allies

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defensive strength.

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ly.

The 1944 exports, aaclualve of new The resolution stated Uiat peaceon Vancouver Stock Ex- gold, had an aggregate value of $3 .ful trade and inUreourac between turnover 439 963 000 compared with 13 971 .change today Total nations of Uic acrid provide the amenmted to 66.430 sharea. 4 TS.OOO tnv] 9i3 . an Increase of 1468 ,- surest bails fur mainlatning world Premier was up 6 at 1 31 and Pri- 478.000 or 16 per cent. peace, and the grraiaat freedom ina* vateer climbed I to 43 Premier BorExports to the United fitatea slble in ^temaUonal iradf u vital steady

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to be Irregular, while (Ala held fairly

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Trading In the golds arw inclined announced today.

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Jan.

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average time high during 1 4 t30 000.000 per month higher than €T).— In 1043 Trade Minister MacKinnon ,

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NE\I S SECTION

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announced

mayor uud.

In adduiun. Uu*

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li.>^loniHnn S„«,. Vieioria Kuabirumons Iniermcdiaur l.4-a«ut ja running along very cinooUily and giving the offIclaU n-. wofriTA, but the aemor circuit and a

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and

Ihree weeiu' i»Wk\. are morr confident than ever of bnmg up a good squad for the

a h'lig pa

compeutkm. Reiurn of former stars from over* duly and the offer of help from other avenues have given them en* louragement. the kind of encouragement that must make them realize that the good old game of English llugby still has Its friends wlio will rally an/und in times like ihe-sr Orchids to the officials and coaching »Uff of the Victoria Rugb; Union, ihai little band of men who have decided to literally roll up their sleeves and do what, a few week • go. Ifwiked an almost Impossible

Uefencemian Jack it and then bat

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final

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After

KAve the Bruins a 3-0

Dave Schriner notched a tainted lalSv (or the Leafs. He wax given lead

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home

are r\|>erled

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the old town in the very near

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Without the

benefit of

n. of St. John's, leaps s gsmt with N.V.

CC

reault

Third Period T Toronio. Pratt •Carr>, 7 03. 6 Trironto, Pratt ‘Bod17 46 Penalue^' OaudreauU. Pratt, JackMiiv Rotzini

dropped with

X

s tight

beyt. -

n

'

^

Roo

Presideiil

Jan

go

(hr

16

wh'i lan (igu job.

l>a.'<.

He

ihr

war

ii>>

be

effort.

ALLAN NICKIXSON

y baseball men sal for which

ms

for week,

Wi di

owner, paid J.M *00 for Sister Clara a mare that the veterinarv. Major E. C. Dovle b'lUght dfrl

ut

m

mmi *1).

b.vrlwl!

games

attack

former

I

uiid

of

tho.

'.ea.Min

built Hiound Unhcr.Mly of

i-

foriiH

nUiver.

.-meml^t hale been

W,irrt

their

Ted tJrr-

Piilrfdanuj.

State

(>rrK.
mo-*

who

V

Al WOltanv^. two of tlw fitnrtiiig live, are other'- who are well over the vix-foou mark

diiector James Bvrnex. called for re-examinaiioii of profcxsiouai ath*

OI

Hhik and

nil MHWtI. sKf TC (

OAST

<>l

III

ARI> ri

s 4

W RS

.

.ivcd

Thumbnail



.kf

-

of

memhe'-

of the Co;..vt Oiuird Irani follow

n oi thir. doubt ab*iut the immediate future m-i-

Al

Kreichmar—Kix

Guard

fret.

'

Cl.tVM AND, Jan

ii-'ld»d



night

Fdmonloii Fl\rr> Mark

orse

\

EUZABfmi Freddie be'h

t

Vanc'iuvrr, boxing imprrIn FolfV' comer ... It

Allen.

wav e 1-

Wild*

>-•

T.

f

(*arler, JVriiMlr

»t

tiion

III

liir

11

-

.

lo a

;hi-

i-jrm for the VIeloria fistl‘ndi-e were Hie givod old hoving. when hundred-- of u.ert lo lam the o|(| Tllllcuni -.-.1)111 to wnneu. then fa-oriie

r"

r.

.

.

ii.nn

Tjgei ihe Lanierf

.irlci

»if



'V:

J

I

cnarlo*

4 ifrt

TTie 'Oak.'

1

ei;er.

cu

.

-

ir

i. -

.St'^Pr-

.ii

.

lUTTr of Ilie veg. while rumung

m

.'-un Cb.-rt.-t

.vttentmn to

*tiia(

-“-.-ter

ailed

Clara-* breeding

'

ft

I

f.|-'

5*3

def**ared

an

in

game

16

n\rii

TO I1R4U

I

BUFFALO Maxie

N

G

.lohnt)-.

lojght

:

a

to

.Go

m

ms

Berger e r

ji

drew

16

]l. in

and

Hullalo (en-rovind

a

an

Anieri>

'.I

pilM

r-.'ei*r

.

to

<>t

I

pre-

Van''oi|\rr

ai

t*ai

Air

in

ir«|tatUig

Memorial Audiit^rium

in

fto

H.

.1!

1

.

N.)-

BnuUi. Prcddi Hei*? aid Vh Lynn stored for .Si 1 j«ui-. Paul Courteau. with two and .(err. Beiiamarre vcorrd for Provideijof

CINCINNATI,

.lar.

tiwl/'

V

16

--iKn*’U

Hti

:

KP

(hr

,.-ii'g

C'lmmissifin “-.r'hriU' « o I

!•

1

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kno- n



well

amt

fAstlHill

-

I

er

Will

th-

be

0

rr.nlu.vic at

C'--meil,

I

in

Vi*’-'"-

umpire. »ha

kina

•«!«

mer

the

report hiMvl

itlgh

li

foprt'ier-.

NT.W

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Pnvi

te.im

after g- >uuation 111

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prij

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;

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('Aid'.rn.a

in

L> shortage

of

i



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4-1

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ni ;«’

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a

-

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Summer

i

The big ^tsbIrv are

er

rnritiow.i.g lo

i.r

J.vn

r

'll!

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a

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I

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tn

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armed

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Rthrl Smith

H'«

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Ring C'O'by

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tomorr.iw e.ei

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;

Mgtied for a tri'-ri*in:f1 h--\|iig Ix.ijl at MadiV'ii .‘-quare ti.,til«-i, Keb-

..

Sfivk)

lengije here tonight *n mfn .|6
iNt.

Mixed 'lin wn:

the A nta*

^

'

c'

Pinl

16

M

C''

n,

!» r.f .Si 'ka'rfiewrti, •lefeated Prir-r Allieil ^

v -3

except

b‘

1

Gihf;

yn

,v?ter |.f

.sA-h Mot .'^A.sKATOON

In riiess rouriij'v

hallit't

140

to

flglitfi

I

(/mipelilion Keen

K9«

t!

KENT ROACH

drew

REVIEW OF YEAR IN SPORTS

Ifr.irv

deiphta in »i 'the BrnadW"'

v*^1

/^TL#

^

.

C. H Nft hi PIPLEY


t

-irner

SHAVE &SAVE

«•

Raise •TXT cTitr-

Wifh Minora Blades!

Bane a

|

« r# but th

hai-

'...ir.e

Ann-

t>e/:

op«niiig

:ur

J4-*|jin.von

(

.San*/ Anna, he added Hnrve ranng m the United Rra'c' was bam-"! after Januar* 3

from

J ipe

Vi H7 K

Paftmer.

dri"!*-

rivr:-

T?!*-

t'-*::i‘:!

•rbrii


w-.n 2*

laniieu

the

Irau:

Coin

with

iiionui' (.1

C',-.-

old

Believe /t Of A^)t/ X

r.«

dlll'K



W

.

Arm-.-;.

v.lllje

I.ra.;.,;

IKh*



W

and

R.ixn.g

Pr.o ai

.

>l>e

M.irs

n.i

preni*««re

w.»n the American Lecimi national •hampnmsbip Insi 8>im.

\tl

V.i'mil

‘aifl

r*'-\ra'-

ahirh

po--*d amei>r1 nieiU to the

title

Ih

a*

14>I-J.

M-'- ;n *n Iniei-

Aiiijv

Servo-

tenge for

dnjbbej

Fili'iii

.1‘ilinii.

-i«ui

ager

-

elnnati Redv

on

oii’bur

n...

1

me«'

kina

ba.se

BOXING COMMlwslON VANCOUV6n, Jan

Wliii

'o

Herman Tl Wc hmner a Onrinfeature of a llud'on P mg Club natl Amrnean l-a. pdiher Wen fight card iomch» mfore j.soo fane meier. who pitched and plaved third

his

with For«V

be'weeii the Fher.. 'i ColliDirtrUl l.exgue All* d lhal 1 )(• ( ‘ M.

vhitiMi

and

ff*r*

who

on the

aglli'y

w-ukilig out

t

CaiudMU

l.o>

t>.-

and

iteed

hiarte

•he

.

hllJe

liir V5-'-"lA Bailees, da//h- Ihe fails wUli

of

to

*ne

wnvhrd

fights 18 by kns- k. expelled lo lonvtiiuii

paced b\ a fi\c*goal

n.eriniii tcnlaliveli tlalen

H>

-i.

Ravhv

|.al.'ire.

rt.i

l'ii*('inig

I---

ffviiii

in9rai

Ix-fore

more than Bell The Ohioan had

Kd-

'Ob

16

,

irmiii

•print z nhi-'i.

>

-N

»A’d rd

'!

nhei-'

Ra

t!;e

|»ir

a.

i

piofi

nionioii Flyerv



t

iO|e,);

Cmied

(l.r

lm»e

'Ifedi

Pr**-

here

.hnini-.

m

.M.»rfli

M-.oi: W' -Git

I.Ol-'I--'

rc ..turd in

\tr

m

oi.i.-

ST PlveTv

i'';r

wa-

rfe.

r'tfTee

t

!:•’

and the

:

in ihat memorslile l>ou’ Thni ki.-.kdowii paved Ihe wa.v

r*i, e-irt

N.ini'iial

ha h 'he Vido) ta Fleldmc •il"p|*e«|

n

v:r-

ii-a

NiN*er Clara out '•( t-l.ireti.

hriwern Loingiy Flrtding and

nl

I-

memi'rie.x of liie

l««rk

br..|ight

••

-!.ip

EDMnNTC'N, Jen

teij-rtiriiid

Bell, of A .>ui'--^''lowi

H''bin.-on

Onr-Sidrd Triumph

|)

"

I*

Sugar' Robm*.'»n, iin..,.wi of the wrlteiweigiii*, punef'

Tommy

.

Mime

/'UP C otirrar

I

I

ten

'

.

St



roiiWAieiit

roniig .vUrs so fet lallrsi membn he tram l- Paul Stevcu.v six fcf^ in«h ;.ubuiiu'e centre John

of

m

lelev

men

Seattle

rill)

I..IIN

cxhibitU'ii

"ti

ih*-

K.irlv

and 4-1' b..%ebuH h.is had the mter.v. bul the Pre-idei.f. mi-

ing

in



i

mrni dt

luimn m England and did not know of each r llirr x preaence for sr»me cheap In Ireland in 1939. i.me A caller on (he telephone SLAter Clara wa.x then a vearliiig Ixvi night bmiighi berk memories HERR ( AIN of the v»od old days of boxing at so big and backward nope about the Veteran member of the Boston toe Tilliciini gvmnaalum. Broad sate ring gave her a ’-ernod look. But Doyle liked her breeding, "took a Bruins, who bagged four marker/ t^’rcel, when he asked hir Vlr Foley's last night ax the Boatnniaru broke eze (low well we recall that last chance and snap|>ed her up for 694 'I dldnt know what to do with their six-game litslng streak bv descrap hriween Vu- Foley. Vanc»iuver, in and Tommy Fielding, Victoria, in her Di'-.lr vtid -?5t}e foiild not be feating Toronto Maple Leafv. 5*3 VANCOUVER Jan 16 ‘CPtrained Then I had her mated with at the Boston Garden. wliii-l) opr of the handler/ claimed a e Ravlev f 'ul former Canadian .-ifardu laid on hi-* arrival here rn. piofe.v ion>il hihlwright rhompi'ui Niiw I beiirvr her ••• be in foal dav California iha' hor^e r.v. w han'ding Fielding, and Jaek again

the

Ziegler,

amt sure 10 plcniy of tvuiket* ball rnten *. !«)»);( They defeated the tiCiUtlc Alpine', jiid l>isi a good iHitllr 10 iiic Hiirlem (tlolM- Trutler* pro'.Klr

ai..

irii

HiU

fie-edv chib

Ucevikiiig

turn fdi that

get aiotiK

u.

nhare

point-s,

jmc parade.

h'li"

.

no doub'

i‘.

.*i

vraf and a

;j,t;

of

U\

had bclriendrd the -econd iinie d'lring 104J he i<«,k the poMiion that the should keep going a*, a morale bulld.-r Hlnce the war moblh/jUon for

the war.

m

the

fit-rs

P.-esideni

game neeaed man-

'.n.j.k

IK,',

v.'ui.^:

.bull

l)B

Nrveiihr^-

N6WMARKET,

f

m

li. ..

mrm'

Univeralii of W.^.vhiiigtuD (iMiiball star Coa-s! nu.>rd an* another fast-

lliejr ill..

loul'hv

iiv

iii.\nio

the

tmgland. Jan, 16 'C*' An Fpvim veterinary surgeon pocketed a small fortune on an outlay of 694 one of the racing world s most remarkable bloodstock deals.

rnch with 4u

H-'*<*

.*

vi utiai

fhaii

...

hr

.Irl

perfn with-

i(

and Detroit

Bw'.ion.-- Util t’oairv

Svd

|‘!-'vec|

Hamier> Coarlied

fourth pliue '*Stonng li-.

}'

.

ign _(or

jtl ii



who

forme.-

for his loiui



4

^

Chel M..»:nn Five leet 11 inches. Formerly wnh M->nmoui ^UQiur

Frr n f hm e r. ?

4»w

Pf Wrrful tinr i- tn third place with pcnlit Kic:;. td IIS'. ;.** gtiaU. to lead tn ihu' Um.'iou, and IS a.ssuu **3

Five fret 11 with Pa.sadeiia

I-N'rn>rrlv

High

Juiiior

Ruhsrd. third

a-ker

nar'.

W.ASHINOTON

DSO

Umhnnan

La-oiiaid ln«he.-

Teammates It came at the December bloodNex baseball stock ‘ale-, here when the Hon Dorand former olhv Pager weaMhv breeder and

.-ocrer circles,

IfMfil

Wire h.ivpiuhzwl

C.»ltrn

.Seattle

ball

Bv

higl» schixil

Six feel four ui< lies, Teachers' College. »tcad\ pla.ver.

Hllck

.uiiin’ Si.ite

RegubTt aurtei

Blake, each M.iuri'*-

Prrsldeii' n'ss:.cvelt loday gave

M'lrrav and Ralph Cosier, Victoria alhleies, action overseas and

John Wr-

will'

19’4.»

well-known

Oregon

regular starter.

all

fur Individual

Babe Kemptun Six Irrt. Another mrrhber of“the CoA .-^howrd here. Formerh >•(

out inteilrni.k w.in I-orne

of

^c•->nIJg h'U;n*-

I.

v-'k

l**i

the

in

Substitute centre Tnjle'-t mcnibiT Aruofta boy with great sqnnd pfuiupr Bud UuiscR PTt'F'flvrr'ft'ii inches,

C.

iheic

Maurice

h outdistancing

C'lmet- Ri' hard

U B

the

liwiiig

-

allies

x'-as

t

And

Bltikr

T.b:

litfclu

Miin-

Elmer

the>r lUKh'Sroring trio of

nppmition

... ^ Bosuin, Cain

and

row

in

'niundMbird-





P.^rmer btuelMll

team

(hui the Seattle

m

And

equilibrium.

how. wiUi Uirir next M' Kerhne Cup approximately

rtiiiit

Whitman college member rf ijeuttlr Halniera fr.ini

.

'^luuds

O'.* Moiil-

16

Camdien.' are setting the pace the Nutional Hockey ^.eague rare

rral

CiauK h4*lo pouiUau hts last •even romc:,tv, ..-.jlerled IWu goai.s dorlz g the *ir permd and the other pair durins the second frame After bstlili'; n. i''-e.inxv iwiee. he perfnrttMd the ‘hat intk' by catching

«

their

J.rny.^ir

Will lb

Oiiiiitt'lU*

f

uf (hr Uremltns. who alve threat Paul BIrvene- Sis leel ten inches. de(eai«tl tltree sinmg Seattle

winning

haw MtWTIttlAI. Jan

'

scoring.

^ Period



=

avslst.

puck from a lively scrimmage from of the Bruins' net to com-

irst

llie.

Baskriball

'

National Hi>ckas be«gu(- deadl'Xk .. ... ,r V .. RAngen. n with Uie Nr". Hork

(.14^4*

27

yi-stetday by >'fTIVu.tuMa---astd- Ui.>trl<'i

Ted tSArt>*rwnr<{ (rtim Orignn Miate ciiv. wlv> have beeiiXivi'ii such out- imhrs handing aurac:Ion.s here Uds year College One of chief aii'ring threats. Al WilUam> S^ix feet five mchrs. n;e Coast Guard quintette, ts rated Centre from ArkaiisaA One nf the •nr of lhe"la’.( senior clubs Ui the Plilifl'' NiTtl.Wi amt mav end the stars of the club, dangrtous offrii-

BlU 'nvonu., lei out last week by and determination iv im broke a Alx-gartie losing streak worthy ut every cormm-ndauon, and bv topping the Toronto Maple I^afx. the Chicago. Black Hawks, made hU 5-3. tonight before an 11000 crowd debut with the Bruins as the right tlicii dcurc to carry on in the face Thut first wine^ oil their Aral line »nd a.xnwtof what apie-ara to lie (.verwlieinung nt the B'-sion Garden 6ddA lA evifienre of their slnceri’y u* 104S triumph enabled the home ed Cain with hU. first goal, do a g'XRl job for the siKirt ihej forcr;. to l>r--=-: their fourth-plare m.M.ARV

Victona Rugby Union officials are fHflpiHt hark irom a staggering blow r>i « irttine ondtiKms and daily are

^4‘ultl<'

H«*r<* J.tiiiiar\

Auuuimanrnt

in a In

plete the gsine

ti-;urc

Mrimc

now

city"

nais of

T».eir spirit

legaioiDg

'pom

hug''

titan three

be

aside.

'

<1

4«uvsmM'tu>n

P.

*2 121

7

Mghl'A Score. Boston ronio '

»lte Of

when a long angular pass

credit

from Art-dackson. a recent Bruin, i« was deflected into the Boston net by 46 one of his skates. Slwrtly after that 36 freak shot. Gino Rozaiiit gaVe the 21 Bruira> a 3-1 lead by convening Ar*

A.

6.

hiraco

4

lioals

6’unibimg bi'icka which clutter the j alto, of urganlzing a welKbalancrd

pushed

6600.000 mui'iicipal Iirld with baseball, aorerr and bukrtball courts and other farUitlea will bf ronstruetpd adinining the

I.

iail

t

l>.

Ranter.

guide the deb-

Kugby here are are lirxa.adhereuu no obsiable U too

English

of

tipiimisi',

Herb

(»amc^ I

member •’er a

* MioofW ii e raol money loxar baIt loiH for longer Hvon erdtnorg biodev. For e***** thovet and com* otk-lor

of

couva

Ifi



Minora Blodas.

fort

^

^ US5

BRAKES

relief

RED CROSS SHIP

CAMIC&TIU LAfiiSeSTGUN tlir

r-

lii'tdeh :’.rd •lilt

h-'!f



'ini'r!;:;.

award

a>

their

of

patinnallv

..

a

and g.

-*1

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IN

Tmc

US

NAVY.f

f-r v(

V /p */VO 661V tOCA TCD AiSt^d /TS

MM

Aoe Tue pugfiosi op bauast

i/eiL

.-‘•ertised

»<

--AN

yes

T=

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.IP

at'n-'.'ec -f

-H.N ri.%> f RS FHASCISCO. Jan ,

a'4^/‘

rrf| reiut

OOUSII loor fk/n*

16

seels

A'-,

*.vt

styyf-

p*v»e vccrecK..'

%

Rs>-ebb;

CARBURETOR AND MOTOR

'V CfUftK

AA/O AntAss A-YeS

smark ccTi'-:

charged

fmm

the Canadian

Arm

BICYCLE REPAIRS

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CACM Bar fame

BV oov2o*»vr*(r TO DPitAE

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ALL YttTTBDAV.A ITTM.^ Sfl.F-F-3(PLA.NArORy Plea.'ve

addreaa ah q-jene- to Cartorvnt't Riplcj, e 0 King Feature*.

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.

.

;

RESOLVED — A Home

Favors Total Mobilization

Of

ROCKkYN, Ont. J*n

Own

Your

of

1945

in

"

Leaf' to Happiness and Independence

-

le

M

New

Over a

^‘Turn

Maiij)ower

The Future is uppermost in all our minds these days —planning ahead for a better world to come. Include a home of your own in your personal design for the

8rx>ftlunc • by-cl#elJon meeUng her* tonight. W.jClAiileJfl Case, Pn>itTPUlrr Conservative candidate -In the Orey North February 5 by-elec-

future. ronarri:

aa

i.

'

luc;

«aa

'

favor of Uftal roobUlzatlon of and resources "

In

A^cr

man-

IK>wer

He

rejjiied

not"

Defence MinlsLer

t'j

MrNaUghCQn'a s tatement Ui th« pre*A laal week that the supply problem a as more serlofSs tlian the manpower slMjrUge last Fall-

U

•'That

dlrecUy

the

tied, to

power muddle,” he

may not

proper manfxiwer prdicy. production could have been kept up and men would have been servina sh-f> thfv ould serve best. No defence minuter could have said he wanted

'

irlbuie

after Victory

;

is

"Mr

pe n

t»Tnifr<-r

»‘-

factor that

market

is

relative,

its

at the

but the

in-

comfort, security

door

is

a

constant

Whether Your Housing Problem

makes buying one worthwhile whether the

Immediate, or Whether You

high or low.

There

is

a possibility that

may continue to increase in many economists predict that real estate may continue to go up even after the war.

prices

llie

always advisable when purchasing a

It is

own to consult them have been

'

things.”

a in

home

to

Help

business for

many

.

.

Jan

BUILD


16

Headquarters statement tonight said that Defence Mmloter McNaughton will accept no army

r>'nce

diinriR hu tenure olBce. rtate e ni dMHwn d t-e t»
m

UPLANDS

HOME

m

penMim

.

nmntmt or the pension but it has been estimated General McNnugh-

Choose Your Homesite

ton la entitled to an annual per»lon of SR.120 No reavin for iMumg the statemen! wa.^ given in the release

OWE.N aOUND.

.

Oiir.“Jaii: 16 «Pi.

~ Comparing laU/r conditions In Haakatrhewan under a C C F. government with th'Tse prevailing In Ontario, Air Vlce-lOlnr.shal A Earl

in

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.

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.

.

,

nrr*l

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assist

many reputable

l"r

you

in locating a

suitable

now

for sale,

properties that are

o;

t*

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no fmilur nii-i

lilt-

a^.T’:lf'!'•

realtors

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YOUR GUIDE

the

N.H.A.

CCF

will find

or to help you to find a desirable site for your Postwar

.

$1950 Cash Will Buy Your Lot and Build an $8000

For Full Particulars Call or Write

Godfrey. candidate in the Febniary 5 Orev North by-election, held today employees In Kaskatche«sn were “nu longer at the mercy of IhuM- who rmpl'iy them Mr Godfrey added that employees In .Haskairhewan now had s means of "efTectlvely speaking fur their

\

only been heightened by recent events

page you

this

VICTORIA CITY

IN

L*ili

who will be glad to home from desirable

Canada's Finest Subdivision.

Paved Streets Ornamental Lighting Boulevards No Ugly Poles Paid-Up Improvements. Fullest Protection of Your Investment. Prices Still at Prewar Levels.

Beautifully Landscaped ^

Now

own home has

—on

YOU^ DREAM HOME

BUILD

years in this city

Like every Canadian family, your desire to own your

YOUR

;

.

of your

reputable licensed realtor; most of

and their advice can be of invaluable assistance.

OTTAWA.

Is

Want

to Plan Now for a Postwar Home, Count on Your "Real Estate Man"

homes boyght today on

the

the relatively high market value because

only Canadian. private to win the Fmnlre** hivbest award for gallantry
The

with

of

.r.

for f^mltiy.

Smokey Smith,

home

and freedom from the landlord

a day for every working day In the rest i>f 111*, life and Mr. MiNauKhton geu 138 a day for his life. 1 am not opposed to these pensiona. but I am '

"have

will

this condition

ours.

trinsic value of the

both General McNaughlon and Air Vice-Marshal A Earl God^re.v._C.C P. candidate In the threeaay by-elecUon, Mr. Case said service' of the two men waa not an Issue. •service of

.

— but

Mooey^values of homes today arc

mlUtary

the

to

"have” and some

in circulation

always be with us.



•upplies.”

Paying

will

and Salaries representing many mil-

now

This is a golden opportunity Jor you to own your own home, or to buy property now and invest your money in war bonds to build that "dream house" in the future

man-

“Under a

said.

some

the war,

War Wages

lions of dollars

.

GEORGE RANDALL 1303 Douglas St.

Phone

G

8109

'

Home

]

FORT STREET

|

,

612

“r/ie

EMPIRE

rlghui."

PROPERTIES

i

I

LIST IT

Good Homes'

real ESTATE

|

where large corixiratlona have so often been sueresaful in smashing the aitempU of workers to organize in prc
of

7124

'Contrast this with the position of labf^r In OnlariK.

WITH JOHNSTON'S

BOUGHT

-

SOLD

EXCHANGED

-

'

In this struggle the CCF. u aup|M>rting the trade imiona. farmers cb-up«rsUvea and every move-

ment that speaks man."

for the

THREE OUTSTANDING VALUES — ULTRA MODERN

common

old.

OWEN SOUND,

Ont Jan

18 .

.

John Bracken, uitlonal leader of the Progre>ive Conservative parly., •

and

theOCF

M

leader,

iiatlipfuil

J

Grey

Coldwell. will b"ih enter the North by-elrction campaign.

\\t flair

j

^ w WU

6-room stucco bungalow in Oak Bay. all conveniences, owner occupied.

3 years

REAL

— A LOVELY MODERN BUNGALOW of 5 rooms, full basement and

Mr

nuw

Bracken,

In

Europe

visit

;

Clarksburg and Mr Coldwell la

Owen Bound,

^ WUU 8

while at

Owen Sound There was no indicallim as to whether I’rime Mltib>trr Mackenzie King WbUld appeui iu the riding in the

of

^up|x>rt

I

A

p«fM
in

kvfpiny ihingf going,

mhjM

rvgular Incomt Iktougk

lUT

a

penon

-

"ACCIDENT

''viiktHit an.

Income

TO SELL

•$

llTthe city i Veterans' AtT.virs Miinsier Ian

keiirir will arrive here

and revenue

is

TO TRADE

-

Ml Tin<-I'l'-i 1

REAL ESTATE L. 110

rrli

Mir

l'nr.li4»^

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i-if

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612

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lor

1

INSURANCE

&

M. ROSEVEAR

UNION BLDG.

IT

U

tv

LOANS

CO., LTD.

VIEW

G

ST,

6041

Point

KING REALTY

SEE

1233

Government St

CO., LTD.

B

Property tecluded with tea view; Tudor «lylr tuiLO bungalow Entrance halL Urge living-room, brick lirepLur. Kremh door* to dining-mom. Den with firepbMe, M'idrrn kitchen, hreakfaM nook Twf- piete bathroom Through hall. M<«,ier bedrortm i^h fodt-pie>e bathrnrim Three brdroonir anotlier four piece naihroom. Maid'a rdom and trunk room on >eLoni| fluor. Hate ment, laundry tub* Il-.t wa«er heating Two-iar garage.

B2132

2131

Mr. Mt. TiiPir ^

For Over 40 Yearn Serving the Public of Greater Victoria

tomorrow

Man-

.1



SERVICES

good;

and SICKNESS INSURANCE” can accomplitk •ondcu licked Item tk* Ttaft " WHAT ABOUT yOU'

-

JOHNSTON &

Postmaster-

W

Mitl

Mai

I

TO BUY

I

on M-.-d \

full details at office.

tandldate.

Lilieral

General McNaughlon General P Mulock

hot water heating;

location

WHEN SICKNESS OR ACCIDENT HAPPENS

to B|teak

.slated

CITY APARTMENT.

ESTATE

INSURANCE LOAN

enclosed stairs to large attic over an acre of grounds, some beautifully landscaped; ornamental trees, shrubs and flowers, and balance in natural oak and fir, with some rock. A good, young orchard of assorted fruits and berries. IT'S A PARADISE for the lover of nature, and everything is in excellent condition.

'

Ing CanaiUan tfx'pa. «1ll speak at ineelingt .scheduled for *niornbury.

ll

Kr\iilj-

hot-water heating,

-

Ca'-’i

.M'-rigag;

Mr King

Greenhnu*e.

SITUATED ON EIGHT ACRES GROUNDS

Soerrt lo\no\.

Jan.

on

tnentlng

18

iCP>.

UMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIimiMlIMIUJIllHIIIIUi

— f om-

an

attempt In the llnuae of t'ommnn* today to elicit Information on Rrltiah aerret weapons, Prime 'Minister f

=

PEMBERTON, HOLMES

“The Germans. It U true, boast a great deal of the coming lerron that they are going to Inflict," the Prime 3llnlster said, "hut

SALESMEN TO SERVE YOU



H,

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and James Bay.

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Upper

In (I'rmer dAva.

It

a

mnmbrr

nf thr

an odd mnnnnr hr mental, and thr Ti^nv the fninllv amt Ui*' Inmlly phy
grieil in

tv*

need

rtiteriny a

•:

We

and Rockland.

hiwptui _ There may

lie a lutle hvateru br. k» Itvkiui f'^r an rKfise r^r odd behavii'r nr u> aiutd peapnn*ibjii^. TItere may be a feeling that the iieart or othe^ organ ta', diaea.vrrt Bomeilmr.- hanUrmaUona, i.-wa of mefoory, -irrUabUlty are raiwd br thff rtfs' leeth The (ihyat. nan, ^cirtime aided by Uie demint U^u•Ul able U* --urect the »ymp-

iftulF'The patient

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COMPLETE INSURANCE

ehrub*.

fruit

tree*,

lawn*.* private

OCCUPIP-I)

1012

Etc

PEMBERTON HOLMES LTD. «5 FORT STREET

to

Loan on

Mortgage*

Fir*t

Appreciate Receiving Your

WHITTOME &

l..*iirig»

CO., LTD.

BROAD STREET

K921I

SERVICE

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REALTY

I

643 Yates

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=

Limited 600 Fort St.

— Victoria

B

C.

Phone GHI51

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Established 16 Years Victoria

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EXPERIENCE Air Is still Free in

In

INSURANCE,

mental

With Us!

Have Money

Wc Would

H. C. LLEWELLYN-JONES Duncan ami C-owkhan;

N.H.A. LOAF)S

n.h.med

f

Fairfield

A Complete Service REAL ESTATE

(-ousldi'ird

ianulv limAinr

List It

VICTORIA

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fnmlU

OWNER

Independent Insurance Agencies I

Esquimau and Victoria West.



I Of Your Property =

STEPNEY,

Oak Bay. R. H. GOWLAND,

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I

=

M. HALL, Country Property.

»

KarU Trralmcnl Helps DR

MEMORANDUM

S

SALE

SIX SPECIALIZING

they do that to keep up the hearts own people. He have no need to plunge Into such desperate meaauret." of their

By

Desire

iquickI

new weapons and Inwllh surprise upon

sentlana fall “ the enrm*

Mental

You

PRICK AT OUR OFFICE

hurrhlll declared that *‘we prefer

to let oar

If

Native tree*, rock garden*, driveway. Taaei $152.

And it costs no mor« to lx in ih« rt|(ht location, Bays best avenues, close to sea. corner lot. Roomed Bungalow, with breakfast nook, full cement basement, furnace: move in 90 days. Built by one of Victoria

Exclusive

bv

s

Oak Bay

For the pshi 34 year« we have been continuMUkly the Real Est.ne

ow nituated on one of this

foremost builders

Newstead Realty

delightful

Oak

that

Four«

or saU cf a

busme

we have given

•o our clienik

If

home

yrnt are

m

^

or biuine:»a profierty, the

L

ST.

;i94 611

tf CO., FORT STREET

*

fa«.ilitie« of

dtif>ot^

GILLESPIE, BROAD

and mniifaction

Lontemplatm^ ihe purchase

our oftice are aiways at your

1014

m

Victons. Ou: reiord will

real service

HART

LTD. Phone

G

1181

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placr nw^paUenl th a rlintc r>lwpr* «iion

'•ni* r.if

a*.#

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wjoaug RrM

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Safeguard Your Interests— Consult Your Real Estate Dealer

i

re-elected

annual

the

meeting of the aocleiy In charge of the home, held at the Oity Hell Rev fJe<»rge Biddle U the only new mem-

department

fire

Oak Bay High School

later

M
rushed

'

by

hospital

to

^

,

'

compuierl with 113 571

III 1943, partlv aa the result of ^alary Incieaws toWith s revenue Intl 0t)0 reav* t t i
!• IPque*->

i I

*

'he

the

-**av

f ederniion

ctnplove* oi

..j*r

I'luon.

Ilk

m

low's!

.u,

IHci

Th

BrvanuUr. R H Monre. Vaneniiver deirgmldn .l-tmed

40

t!..- union would benefit depTr.,fca aL»o .ontended tlv

m'-mberx of

The

Notice to PersoRs

piixl emprnveex, but P had never been enforccti On tl.t- d'-i'iratjon wire M IMark. Mrv. Dtiug! - Carbr, William LCkiS and George Gilbert.

w

m

of the vessel any weaihe.-. in the course of many mile-, travel, was a credit u> her

Need for

Mr

toria

Patenaude

old limes

fur the irtal id ‘be* traversed

appeared

Hme

Medical

Victoria

111

Mr Patenaude was

Tlie last

in the city

Baker was released on

was

own

hut

that

ML

Co|>eman and R A WiNitmn Acti paUhearns were W. B i.e«e H I A 1 R«v>i>er. J H Clearthue,



KC.andC

17« pre- medical students at the and IftVllITIng fiinguaKc «onlrarv to whom 70 were, ready like Public Moral.v Bi-Luw wh^ Uid bUt t'f wh'’iti farlnod of Fowl— Believed lu be over for a wc»g on requr«l of C L only 38 could be trrrpud at Canath» fir>t carload lot nf rt.-. - rd |k>uI- Harrwnh. niv prosecutor, when Jodian medical .svhuuls. He also uiid trv from Vancouver Ivland. a re. seph M' Keniia. ih fence vnuruu'l. arthe fantJiy should be established In gued that the by-law was Invalid. frigralor car cnnlaining 24.000 lime to help doctom now on service pk'untlx of fowl v.hr^ shlp|>ed from wlio Would need po.vt-graduaic the Cowichiin pMultrymcn .s Asf.-« lacnur«e.s at the clo.v of the war. l|f»n klUlr^ at « gradimc •.»aUr*n fu Dr. Tliomos M- Pheraon, Victoria. the United States A rmy 1^- Burnii!,sertctl there wax no question r
Piiysiri.-,na

O

IJ

preventive

idii»G« d un A->*ri./' )ur\ verdict of ariMiiMai tn

pre-ident.

C V

U,.l-

ro.i.-.Kv

and

Dr

of iwn;

m.Tf).

in prison.

mi>ntli.v

His plea was taken fo the Court which directed that he be beNtrw a ion.

of Api>r,.l.

U i-d

British

Umveruty of Columbia, and Dr fl. E

.Seldon.

Vancou-

siirgeon-in-chief, ver General Ihx^pPal.

(onrl of

WILSON &

n>e

from tyUh

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made

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rouver nn I>«cember •••nv;--ird

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Miickenrie King

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DISCOVERY

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day (he girl* had (he happy eaperirme of having

po-

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Till

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data.

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defriu.-’ co in-v! a* i-r i-thiT f>hier»rd to vsrj •u.s qjie*lions a'itod wniicve-., J Howard

Harman wax

WNal am/ I

Die inw» of ihe provuvr. whi'h meant rmlv one inonlh- ni k.i

for

of

liit

your parties up

uniWt lif^'

a

tecordmfra that will bring

Vtr

M.»rvr'.

Cameron.

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RetnuU and Trade

tlie •

;

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time* h\

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trial. WB.S

of

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.tiid

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bring in a the inal nf

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hr-

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ber when he cni inlii trouble Mie record he had *!er\ed *ix moiiMia for hor*./* stealing ai Pen-

for oytr thirty yoorw

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Mrs Florence Mi l..aughhn testified Dalev h.vd a«ke«i her for 50 of rec’ignizance in the .sum of 950 JUht after the present LegUlauv-e ernt.v m a Quadra Stnxt .store, and He pleaded guilty in city police James Waters slated he had later Faciiltv To Attend nession Now on duty Bu:idn-.=-; Were «|>eiM-d and Premier Ashcroft showed court on October 2t to w c harge of MTn Dalev stop a man and receive at Halifax. Squadron Leader E. V. Charles Bemlin. Urging establishment oT a faculty Pmia»|^RC.A.P. dot>uiy speaker *»f him arouftd. Mr. Paicmudc was retaining p«i*se.y:ion of tau ores, the money from lorn. Daley said lu- was of medicine at Uie UmverMiy of the British Columbia Legislature, accoinpamed from Vancouver ye.*?- properly of H. R. Beaveu. knowing waiting until his sure hack was better BriUsh Columbia a delegation repSubnequently ‘It Uinl hr rtiuld ship out In the cxpf :=5 to return to Virturia in time terdav l«v Lieu* "Djuu LeBo'irdais. them to be stolen. resent ing the Bril Mil Cohimbl'a A ,1. Patton appeared bef<-re Magt Merchant Marine. Previnu.v i.ouvlrA. for Cariboo. for .tlie opening of U»e session on 5ifettn-.al Assorialitm and the Bntish irate Henry C. Hall and staled tu nv agiunxi turn, sc'mc of which he February 8. and to rmiaiii throughColumbia College of Physicians and Wf-re A*sauU 4 Asr A Chrutma.- Eve B.*iker WL*hed io change hiv pica on ••aid he did n«»t rememlK'i out live sesAion He has telegruphed Uurgeom met Uie PruvuicUvl CabCapt. R W«*bster. sergeam-at- alterraiion between the owner and the hitmud that he did not kiHiW read by C L. Harnwn. cuy i>rosemet ye.sterday the tires were stolen. tenant of un apurinvent building at arms, to tlial efteci. They slated one building would X-ater .Mr. Brandup appeared for 707 BUiuhiird Street br.-ughl a 130 Mrivm Palf.in, la-ontc Gordienko be needed at the univerr.Uy and fine fir Hairy Manrcll. the owner. lum and »ubmitied an affidavit m and Mis tM»rdlcnk<*. charged with another in downtown Vancouver, Wnep M..ii.tru'e H. C. Hall found which lie -aid 'I inadvertently n^’-aulting Iw't city om-iableA, Were and fHiimaied annanl nprrdfffttft him guihv -•ercls*-. m ritv pnji^,- ftleadwi guihy iioi knnwuig that to remanded m .Inimarv 23 ro?i would be belwern 1150.00'J and be gukl’j fd •uch a charg-'"! wc-.sld Jjirk H*muilire>::. pl'.ulitig guilti e.mri of Rj,ix‘rt T ColeI200.00U. Fif!? dt accept this tee on cdui-atinn, said there were against Mr* Manieil of uving* irrc-. > and '•’•;i?cnrrd_ him to serve six Yarrows, Ltd. Ttj# letk-r ilurnks was dated November Ifl.

builders.

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May

opening

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morning.

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meiit, returned here for a visit ye.v-

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a pedeMrian was fmed

ignoring a irsfnc Mgiwl. four motorlnI.» eschjvaid 12 50 fines for parkmi uid one m.-torist w*av fined a' school mne speed

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areas.

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The Inhaiator crew wav told that the boy liad gone down to the creek with two other children and had

committee Fraser and Aldermen Williams, MrTavtsh and W’orthlnRlon. art. i*. vim Hvvwsan Twenty-four ladies appointed bv five church groui» to the Ladies n,,jinald Oenn and J B ClearihuAuxiliary were approved ,„p«....„velv. were reappoime fnhKMiecretan-srrpon. Mr Bax- honorary doctor, dentisi, auditor an ter said that at Nnrember 30. 19 girb. f>I the home, and SI bnys were at Oie honi.- Dur" hen thank.-, were mmed'for a ing the year 11 girtv snd aevm boy. Mipi-rted the home durin had been received and nine girU and the ve«r. special menur.n was mad mne bovM, d f .- ha r t'.d The irea.,urers report Mu, wed ev [ pendmnnv-imTitimr In IM4 _

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police.

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lion in

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students have

Rental* < ouet— In rentaU noun brought from Royal Oak by the found the boy to be breath- yesterday. Judge Bruce Bovd dising after treatment given by his mb^ed two appeals from rental apmother and others, but suffering praisers' decisions. One aj>peal unseverely from the cold. He was der (lie obnoonous tenant clause was treated immediately for shock, and granted and one was dismissed. In

w. K. Htaneland. Brown and O. O. Named Ui tlie

from Slaflon t'KNW, New W>mmuisUr, being pan of the [ii u iU

Draws Term

lor country

ot

presiding, the committee Included Dr. WtlUam Plrnderleitlv. Nanaimo' Chrwtlan Nelsen wa.< •sentenred to to char^irs of dafigerma driving and Berira^i Tliorsteinaon. PrUice R i- six montlis in prison at hard IxlX'r failure to have a driver s licence. «a.x l»en: C J Frtdrrirltson. Craobroog. by klugutraie H C. Hall 'city fined tes and S:>. and pruliibited and H D Stafford, Pnnce Oftirge. pftlice court yesterday, on a iharue ftoiA driving for Uirac months. ConHon, Perry, Minuter of or Carrjmg an unreguiered revolver. Mable Dernas Cslvia aaid a car Education, announced early laat year Pranctt A. Pesliak. who wax arrested driven by Humphreys had struck that tlie conmmiae would draw with lum on flunday. was guen a anciher oh'^airfield Road on Janu-

tiy through the sale of Christmas seals.

Inhaiator

conMnitiec

met yesterday at the LegulaUve Buildings. With Or R B. King

police,

C. W. Jones. Alderman Wortliington, Alderman E
higher than in 1943 Mr llMvwwid made

Revumt pUns a

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The

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estur.ates

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Qukk ftctlon bj hU mother uui the Saenlch Pire Ofprtme n t m> halator crew and SMnlrh police »aved David Wallace, two and. a Budget PUoft— The City Counul' X-Kay I nit— Divialon of tubercU' half yeara. from death yeaierdav working on IMS esti- -foau control of the Provincial Board max after he fell Into a creek near hU 9ka«e*- in a niionth. uc aix waaka, of Health expecCB-10 hgtr exauUivcd home on Josephine Road, Brentaccording to D, A. Macdoiuld. city 2.000 adults and children b> the end wood. compirpUef-trei^urer. w^o reporti-il of the week with a tn-ibUe X-ray Yesterday evening lie was at yetterday that only the purchasin-,1^ unit at present In the fIVj' Royal Jubilee Hoaplial and reported agent and the Aged Mens Honu* e<|Ui|)ment -waa made possible to be in satisfactory condition. commluee had filed

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meni nn

SAANICH ACERAGE

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as his deputy, was announced by Hon. R. L. Maitland, AttornejGeneral.

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this war will arrive here' khortiy from service overseas. They inAfter an outline by F L. Shxw. clude; Cpl. M. Balmer W.O >, city solicitor, of the question «if pubNanaimo. P.O. J. E. Southern,- Vic- l.K* ownership of poweT and transtoria, E F. Magaw. Sorrento. portation sysicma of Uie BC. ElecCpl. R. Stevenson. V'lctorla. and tric Railway Co.. Ltd in wlilch he Cpl. J. E. Oram, Vernon. £lted ^n evaluaUuu aa lhc first step

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To Close an Estate In Oak Bay

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OAK BAY LOTS ...

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of 305 Beach overseas.

adapiabthty.

Wednesday in General; Weduea* day la inainly favorable, especially between 10.40 am, and 4 44^ pm. Promote aoclal contacts, matters

eiabUliy, |iersai»l intcresu. dm ant executive meeting future matters tn the year seven times naval release, four Victoria men of the British Columbia Progressive atiead I'se considered tathfx tluo that tmmber at the end of the war have been Included In a list of Conbervwtive Party will be held on unsp judgment. You slumld make and vnll be high In the ranks of awards to' navaf personnel serving February lO at the Empress Hotel, progress tht' year world maritime nations. Trade Min- overseas. They include; George W*. All permanent commiilees nf the. r,:us,j a. < u n-.. ister MacKinnon said In a review of Cand^ chief torpedo male. R. the warHme growth of Canada's Rowan, acting yeoman of signal*. merchant marine. Robert B. McMillan, % R A., third class, and Edward G. Curtis, shipA group of veterans of wrlglii. second class.

have

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Island Included. Wireless Air Uanes, 680 Burnside C. Road, Vieiorla. and H Tlmberlake, 3700 Beaeh- - Drtvr. Victoria. Air bombers were Stanley Carlsom Nanaimo; Thomas John. Sidney. Vincent Srwcll. 578 Obed Avenue. Victoria: Pat Slaney. Hllliem, and MrLcan. 1636 Hollywood D. S. Crescent. Victoria. Air. gunners liAted were. Charles Cobb. Comox. and John Harrison. 3913 Cumberland RoBd, Victoria.

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Western Air Command announced British Columbia airmen were from schoqls in 2 Air Command. Tliose from

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D. R. Kerlry, 1156 Pembroke ously Uiied as mluing in action, are the franchise and full ctitarnshlp- of rewhat might turned Indian veteraiu «;ith equal Street, has been commisaioned a now reported to lie prisoner* of war have, been expected. Absenteeism ligbu with their white comrades to ptlbi uffleer overseas. Germany was at Its lowest point in a month, every measure of rehabUMation , . , Well known throughout the legal Consirucuon of sewer* and sideand fewer employees were late for assistanc e available after the war. profession of fimuii Columbia. »*lka lo.coat-n 4 According to a recent Canadian First quarterly presumed dead.

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DUPLEX ON&Xm/CTXO

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strike W'ss the reverse of

IT IS ESSET4TIAL That * p»iMin r*rry

pnd

AVENUE

846 S48 PRINCESS

thr thirr

By EDWARD A WAUNER torU alter recemnc hie dUcharge He hat rettuned his former podUon PLANKTARV miilC PuR ;r the Day BoclabllUJ,

rector of Uie Sidney Roofing 6: cc., Lid announced that plana are being prepared imme* dUtely for additloas that wUlmore

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