The Daily Colonist (1954-01-07)

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NO. 22

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28 PAGES

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Prayers Sobs, Arguments at Meeting

reedom

of F

l

11.30 p.m. to 8 a m.

ho timers

In City Seeking

Return of Children BY

T.

(otnni*t

M VERS

A.

la-gislativ e

Kc|xtr1«*r

Thirty hfrmn-singing, hanncr-catTying Son* of Freeinto the Legislative Buildings yesterday to for the release of 35 Doukhobor children now in the ruatody of the provincial government They were fold the government would commuf in follow t»* of insisting thai Doukhobor children be sent lo school, where arrnmmodat Ion it available and If ner-*.*««r} taking children away from parents who refuse lo comply with the law. fhe Ooukhohor* left late in the t/ternoon with sovne ttf the women weeping ami aome of Ihe men predicting their »«*ei would soon send 400 or 400 people lo \ IMorla lo pound

dom warmed r'^d

Pre I ini i n a rv I at ks Set in Washington MOSCtjW (API —The

The

delegation,

representing

Freedom!*# families tn 'b# and nnlerty. Ther# was

are being held In a

govern

It

Doukhobor women pray, sob and ar^ue as .30 Sons of Freedom make a surprise march on Legislative Building-* M Doukhobor demand return of some

New Denver

Mod

was

the

w'i'h

issued after

Vyacheslav negrv

r#cr

nary lama on ITejnui-nt r.i bower’s proposal for an h rational pod io harm’s* air rncr-gy Toe ]»
Polio Patient 1 ided by Pogo

.

1

Moscow newapaj

Tuesday for the lime in a week, with Cl

miment

.ii

had kepi iheir rhlldteo out of school hoaijse "Canadian schools nourish inlll'atlam and patriot lam. When the children come out they're very sensitive to warlike a Ms."

itlfTTT

Ihe government. *t<»# would like views about

in ihe talk

It

he Soviet

met

tn~*rbool and kept while their

it

tleutjjl

lf

United S

live

President Peof

h

The communique w (shed in l/vetdia, Pnr

Minister at

hnul.

.

ernnvnt had sppnlnled

I

.'some of ihe delegates said they

.

eerr lw*r

other

of the 14 children

former sanatorium

ihe Peneml an fc.iscnhi

ministry foreign nounoed lh »l the Soviet gov

aadnr lo represent

menr'a program lo enforce school attendam* among Doukhobor They were placed in the custody of Ihe welfare department bv the courts sfier their parents refused lo send them *<

frntn

Soviet

children. In

communique

A

The .to delegates drove In Victoria from their interior homes In a sis car raiavan with the Intention of interviewing Attorney OnentI Robert Bonner The Kreedomite*. were directed to Deputy Education Minister H. !«. Campbell Mr Campbell md other department officials talked m the Doukhobor* for more ihan an hour. Shrill women a voices could be heard loudly demanding "What kind of a lie Is ihat”* through the rinsed doom of ihe departmental library,

who

i

ton.

quiet

where the Inierview was held The Freedomlles demanded the releaae

Soviet g >\rrnmenl announced in Iks soon wi h thd

today it is ready to begin atomic United States in Washing

the government's door.

f*o

Kontanay and S loran Valleys, was no stripping or violence

"tin

\

December

31. 1933,

minister,

and

governdesirable in

t'S

mentioned

ive

oe*

I

ha

the

I

begin

d

him lha the slater

told

connection with

govern-

>vict

An

ean ambassador Hohlen vi.* V M. Molotov, Soviet for

tn

Mislrcalmcnl Charged p« here

children

lha

raid

at

New

polio* "raid''

on a

were being mint reared

Kantfran. told of a

two cen'a h pound and are go ing higher than that, city whole salers a* id yesterday.

The new

.

go they were anyway.

.u^ung for hut they said they

I

.

would

i-ik#

her

Jr*

.

girt

children are suffering emotional!) Ilk#

i'a

mother

No on* ran

cents

Sd

from

range

peeled,

a

a

-«»f*

bought

TV

siiinpr.tph

nssnn.ite

Brazil which killed oof/e* iree* and reduced the crop, together with steadily growing demand, had forced up whole

pmeevs

It

Th#

Cntrmi«t

Hhinesloncs

speed lip Ihe rime for C'hrislm^k.

eiitlnr. to

m

were

nil

TORONTO expected

i

lh# teacher* often all and l#i in *h* cold to

h

l

Mrs. CJetiie Shukin k fieri* Sons of lortR fhrotjRhoul

She fanned nicnt later

demonst

i

;t

l

••

seemed emotionally wrought

up hv 1

<

that if high" ihe tt in I

)*m dim# mlgh

pri<-*-«

in twi

»

fainted.

£\

1

1*

nam#

II

I

fared

ie*lnnes

I

I

X

iwowc»4 damp, da But ho

laugh, mil to imrv tru-d

w lilt

*

1

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1 >

-*

ihe harula NAIrobi.

an

‘into

.•

and tropical co*iurne,

measurement*

already

of

»r#

tn

ou' fitter

in

They have wanderlust. Th#y are fetrinle. Asked 'ft>* liilr*pid f#pori#rt "Who Is 1T7 "nij who h 60'*" Th* i-i'lleci-tve blanch faded

hllheavi Die*# r

ea

Tim

of Sal tot be - • and

A

W>

it

funuua

fluati.

“W hy," demand#*! on* of Beverly Putnam, who arranged the epic it ek "*lid you l*U ihciu

it

reporter II a* the i*' at tdlewlld air

male

*#d Mi*#

Putnam

"Well."

Ih*

rkly, "it'a In

wlthrup ple-ina

Cross-Canada kayak Trip Planned by Swiss Youth ;r

i

CP

I

Jean

alwava wanted .

H !'v# alwav* dreamer! of this p*«diJle around to Jpj,n * dark haired. Janie* Kay #t Moi husky youth who »p#aks #xcel then down ihe t»u h# Su lu, WTrr> lcmKnKlish "When wax a hoy ! read all Mont teal. .Starting up ihe th# French translations nf Grey

lo| lr, P

. anadaioakayak .

he • going

*;

ihe^tper*’*

Flying Bishop i„sidr Toda

Rescues Pilot FAIRUANK-v

AJa.sk*

1 -Werfi

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R***

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lasslfled

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unucs nrssw ord Rrldg

ontra<-t

1

nen

Financial i.

merer w

Y.

New*

A1 ort* more s C

nlumn

t.arden Notes

Ufc

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old

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lk# That

Oddi tie#

Colum pr»»ta 0

In

Animal t|uc*1io«

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A sin dug v

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Swls* youth. Owl and all the other atnrl#* of here, he plan* to 'anada’lwA years the Canadian north. Now l want.Kumlkamrrn anrtl

World New* Review

Bohhv



,

ie sav a

protested.

traveler

I’allrrns



Radio program* in #.st

a

nf

wilderne* Fatrbank'

Social

.

T e|#vtstof|

1

Jtthilew Hospital, stiffen tn? cas poiaoiv nn, 13D0 Arm. «»andina and B. A Smith, Terrare. spent TtMWiflav mcht dnnkinc

sl

_

n

Thest re*

Tom skt landing » seen* and picked up Bolafoni.

I

Tavk»r'»

tray

onltnited nn

or id 's Worst Hangover Plagues Gas Survivors

|

hem

v

•outdn'l

Attacked Acar Base

*

legend* a« M ha* been pro. Iaini#d thnu shah r >t kill peace nn earth and goodwill tn m#n. Why prepare children to saert NF\V flc# fnr rannnn fodder atom and hydrogen bombs in war*' The delegate# said they would go hack in iheir village home* bright e\ In Ihe Interior and report nn th# meeting to iheir fellow Free cuip'-nu " edn#*d domiies "If nothing comes nf ihi* w# don't know what they'll do.' on# delegate said Another Mid h# expected 400 nr f>00 Freedomtie* would de*i-end on the capital to pres* th# «#M * demand* Sevetal tlHegal#** said iheir fieople wanuil goveinmenl help to g«-i iheir spiritual leader. Stefan Sorokin, back to Canada Sorokin i* In South America where he ha* been a***king a new

possible

r

#n

first pr |c* b<

ion.

tipplt* of »*\nti*-

when she

e\

a

reedomu#* i

standing

oo Showy,

Vie tin in h

would rem

Frerdn m

I-

due today,

re

nr

price

further

i

Th#

*

for th# drink.

"-taunt eura 10 cent cup

>ne wnrm*»i app* it <*M offi- ial.v m#ci ng a ih ih# g #n«ly fainted toward th# Mr*,# of ih# session Sh# had refused ! chair preferring to kneel throughout the la'k*. with them hanner* h#n

into, slcci filled

Atdbur The peak tides American soldier* hv with Briton*

skies neat

Watch Returned

SI, 995

price*.

?aler*‘

pro-

Kneeling Worn

»



4.

in

t#*»

ihn aiory

lo

1

Canadian Tea and Coffee Association. It* said a had frost

<

in

cam*

which breached •cattail! M’S. Stewart thought Ihe year and killed 1,700, vmtlh nughi prtra an ja«tt«v In Britain and nn ih# eoi pr«» piie«l ropy of 111 # latest n#nt, snow, sleet end free* Popo Papers’* so she wrote a letter to Walt Kelly asking h>m

near

King, Vancouver repreaeniative

said Ihe children were developing such nervnna manistammering and twitching of the eyelid# Another 'aimed the children were being phv*c alls misNew T>enver worker* 'They lake our children and try lo tench them >hi« and thi*. and Ihe children don't want lo. So the) pull them around and «hnve a pencil in iheir hand "Our children are brought up in belie*.# lik# ua \V « r#

th# .Ink# " clothes h a,, k on

0 ,£ relative*

night aa northwest wind! 1**1' I low land vrt. ier Okcfennkee ih# swelling North :
of th#

H#

Then

j

coffee

of

t’ P A flood a]. I .ON DON waa broaden** along lh# It lyiHK fMlUh coast* Wednead •

it

Kelly

price*

nnaiw

is

more than St. Further Increase* can b* ex

festation* a*

in

retail prices,

l>ouiid lo

give a child lnv*

take off iheir clothes

few days and

on

i

now

Irea'ed hv

ly ih# children

fell

n<«-

said.

Adverliaed

'*

nudists

for a

already

be war

has been ef

pries

feci Ive

was

lh* officers were seeking apparently waa no* of a lo/.eo or more school ige hlldren whom Freedomlles admitted were being hidden from the law in deserted buildings in in* Doukhobor country. .several of the delegates charged lhat ihe children at New Denvei who are hnng held under the Child Protection Act, Were being made to suffer ‘They feed them all right,’ a Freedomde said, "but th#

Th*

jumped

have

price*

Coffee

On* delegate Nick home at Appledale

"On* night «even mountiea a"acked the home from ail direction!," he said "They dropped right Into the house where Ihe children were playing. caught one girl and start. . They ed pulling her Ihn wa\ and that W# told them she vvasnt ih*

t

nr le Mtggtiv

olomn

mnnnd^ttith !»N»ml Hoaes ie

”kine

ly

from a

size

nf

nxycrP

hangover the) got ga* main.

leak)'

'

In their

4

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5

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2

Victoria. b c., Thun., J«*

BatU| Colonist

1M4

7,

Centres Pro

Wom an Hit by Car Receives Fractu re ,

i I ji!ml i

Addicts

Ct

Mortimore near a telephone. gadget exercises

COME people are not to bo trusted ^ Alexander. Graham Boll's little an

link

know a newspajierman w ho enters

I

a

f

“Gimme Mexico City." He doesn't really want Mexico

City,

a federal commission appointed in this province.

and Mexico

I

Jails are not equipped to any diseases, their main

In Education

just an example. The place may London, Melbourne, Buenos Aires,

Of

is

lion

M

'

J the both since

ng r

He and

ien

kind might

Home

young

hilttating

first

ed

I'ght

display, f or pv that time , h(. P(, r v ctner-

\P. C'P, Reuters. I Pi M. SMITH

BV KRITH

W

For Men «ml

Women all wool

gabaf-

Pants

F.xtr*

TIP TOP Ftee pair of (’anadax best regular clothing value’ pant* w nh vour two piece-.— -tailored in-measure suit. Lady * free skirt in »n> style or cloth in name price

Sincerely W'.ilt Keuv from ihe incredt j,,(n mint* Jim. who now can *penfl some pebble thing* we d'»es We all lime out of the Iron lung, man a ftrp-e pride on us." _ _ aged »o print a .short letter to

causes

this

U S. unemployment and

1^ ^

1

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narnc vamen ywa

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Prill VI

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fan

t i

IIAM.K POTS From time to time he knocked

should pot ,

is

|

h,.

B,r,i,

.

/,

,

irri

o

or for ladles pi tee

tailoring free skirt in *nv

f

range

r,rn

Hull. United Nation* Far Fast commander, will fly to Formosa next Monday at the invitation of r,rn'*ralKsinio iTpxng Kai

DON'T MISS TIMS t.RFAT MONEY-SAX Qf PORT! MTV AT

IN*

hek fhme-e \ Mlnnal <--t ieiiler. „ was announced Wednesday.

'

b^n * CN»pnl«m«n dwlW.lh» larifi

a « trip »* a

brief

familia fixation

plant of

it*

nicely full of r**nt*,

il is time to re pot into larger pots While small plants rnav ha flowered in three-inch pot*. the five inch $i?e are easier in pken, ‘sergeant at control in the matter of feedipfc A Wan. ortfttfUMng ,

and watering Once the -bud* show

publicity -an.d pre<«

color

It

legislative

commit

is hevt to reasj> f**eftmg and give ,jE,p n Aobry; hall I Moffat, bnttding ti only clear water thereafter

lln

pair of pant*

clqlKlh same

OriUOS«l

and when

for examination

the pof

P.,.1,,,

..I a

out

With hand stitched edge* and de luxe

»•,

TOKYO



weefcTV feed of ve'r? rfTTnted «ot uhle fertilizer such a* Sltm-tlplant. Old Gardener, nr Instant ^cl Vigoro,

not quite,' hardy in our rlimate Thi* mean* that throughout its

t

heeome

ha*

UN Commander

everyone

routine,

daily

hi*



room. . Nearly .ill the cineraria* re the threat of a musician*' strike against major impanic* ended Wednesday with a joint lahor tpnnd well to the practice of louncement of agreement on a new. five year Jamiary sowing, but some type* are especially good under thl* , * * * Probably the best treatment. ihe bouquet or aircraft manufacturer ha* said In l.ondon that are tho*e of " the I'nlted Kingdom I* mulilflora These are type dity and complacency any tendency to marv over all other nation* in Jet production, dwarf, without ,r "run up. tutd even In three rboma* Sopwiih. . loch poii *, they make excellent # * # delegates are expected to attend ihe .16th Canadian Construction Association to \ sneonver.

of

A* atl time* cineraria* must near him have plenty of light to ensure Water 1* development. steady must tie given in quantity a* the plant* drv out. with a

M

j

n of the

soft

>

|

of the American Federation of ana* are riih>f I Washington expressed alaitn at the recent finished bloom- * called on Congress nc nr Becoming about it He quoted the jaiext two month in mo shabby to i* b88,0UO house warrant Y In In

plant

get a hard, sturdy plan*

-

i>V prcsulcai

have SO Idea that have an allergy or

«

at

**

John Cjui*«v; nnrn a surartre, (*olin Mcl

tner.ina* least

picture

in

innoun

the re Mppomlitteni ol

heat it is given. marked dislike, fnr the chlorine of The male nigh fmt for January* or some other constituent sown seed*, there nui <1 he a our city water, for they seem at all hour* of little warmth to encourage to do so much hotter with rain night, the female «lrtg. water. germination.

nf rain fell In the Qutnault area of the Olvm In 1953. maintaining the irglon* reputation test in the 1/ S.

less

life

the

the

heiter.

Wnrouver Wednesday reported fewer htrih* A temperature of around in that city In tOVI than the previous ye *r degree* will give strong, germinwrre, respectively, 10.112. I.blk and 4 hi. in 1'1!S3. ation. buf a« soon a* the young » 676 in IO'iJ. begin to form, the leave* warmth should he reduced to .bet wee tp 10 and’ l"» degree*. I prrfer in start mv ‘erd* In an old kitchen casserole filled with damp vermimlfte and mv. ete»| with n lid. As snort a* the seedling* appear, they -are pricked off Into hoxes of *andy soil, spacing the »inv plant*

M

official* of

and death*

*

and sandy, a* growth

become hi* aunt thanking her for the to By using a soil ,h.L j»ino» which mixture on ihe heavy side, root "Ti* pom,, -action i* not ton rapid, and you has hernme an important part the

May weak and

t

ire*

IIC-*.

,.

range.

bouse

repor

haM

It*

»n CtilmM" m

CLUB CLOTHES fabric choice featuring English Beautiful cloths dines and worsted*. or Skirl! \\ idtf

Good Time Pogo Sent in Person January J Aid Polio Patient To Sow Cinerarias To

\£liyiUi/\e€X£lv

a

k f*1

.

made arrange mghl with

rneni* to spend the neighbor*.

a

.

Tupman* returned ihe after the fire had been ex

llnguished and

ants

come*

r» t



il

.

1

dep

fin*

hi*

I

.

dice.

From Aberdeen. Wash

Jiv

JOHN McMASTER’S

offenders,

I

lOP

St

this mottling

I

Front

who

to he he

fair" hs

MEDICAL PROBLKM*

home

called Telephoners Anonymous. Members pledged never to use the telephone unless it rang for them. The founder and president should be my friend the phoning newspaperman The last hoard of him. he tried to place a call to himself clear around the don't know w'hv. world. He failed to get through Mavbe he didn’t answer. Or maybe his line was busy.

I

ohK

same

ptr-rrrwpmrr itRirnniTf-rpiny

Januarji

said

club would he

in

Mundas. was said the >r

mishap "nun h

a traffic

Our Greatest Offer in Clothes Tailored to Measure by TIP TOP TAILORS. FOR THREE DAYS ONLY EXTRA PANTS WITH MEN S SLITS EXTRA SKIRTS MTTIl LADIES SLITS!

without hard

gather

well

Fern wood

*

suit

ill

in far places restores his self-esteem,

his

r

in

C"»r»'

The compulsive long-distance telephoner may be feels lonely and inadequate. Speaking to relief

10

1

»11

man who

this

of

known

trying to

Is

times found together.

while. He can gain work, hut it doesn't last.

72.

m tured

said.

the last thing a telephone addict

for a

t

f.

««

treat

As some men are slaves to alcohol, he the telephone The two habits are some-

pminent persons

Royal

In View

is

fifne-

al>otit.

a slave to

is

Damage

lei

Drug and alcohol addicts are mpdical problems the speaker Royal's volunteer firemen said the «*>d. and not loo mucTT *tW«* fh(, f|rp was confined mainly to has heen had directly by the (he -knchlm and hall of the Tup

a.m.

An hour or so later the telephone addict was attacked by remorse, and he phoned all the people again to apologise for having disturbed them. The hostess is now glumly waiting fob the hill, which she intends to forward to her former guest.

a

'

p.»L

$3,500

1

ip 5 n

Another telephone addict dampened the gnigty of the house w here he was a holiday guest, by calling several people in Tacoma and insisting that his hostess speak to them all. The time was already past

is

as sounding J.ke two car* coming together Condition of Mr* Alice Bari;

hour Iwfore sunrise

Separation of drugs addict* from other prisoners entailed a hrnnrt problem, much nf which concerned medical authorities. Huron he rontfhued. The ronncil heard him sketch Ir edu..the. history of the society on Vancouver^ Island. Founded in . |Pi ID'lli, funds are derived from the 81,1 p Chest. a small fed ( Vimmunity eral grant, and private don*Lsrjerks p| ll( f»d on reha

terms.

Expense

t

custody only, he added.

Is

Bergeron

Delhi or Belgrade. The telephone addict doesn't have to know anybody at the place he is phoning. This particular addict once phoped a bar in New York to settle an argument about the wa-v a certain cocktail was mixed. Sometimes he phones statesmen to tell them his views on their policies. Once he hailed John Diefenhaker. P.. from bed ^Saskatchewan and denounced him in the strongest

think*

we

Mi'

enforce abstinence by law. Mr.

.Sailors

New

1

until a half

Fire

cure." he said.

The government

V

her until

dark -clothing and

'

likened addiction to alco holism, a physical, mental and spiritual disease ““Total ahsti nencp is apparently the only

Mincers aki

him SO? Mexico City

and

AU OHOI.ISM

.IKK lie

I

tell

mv

,»l.ng

riends

City doesn't want him. However, it is a far-off glamorous kind of place, and the very act of calling there conveys a feeling of power and adventure. Also, the newspaperman happens to know an aide called Oscar at nne of the embassies, and he has just remembered that he doesn't like Oscar's face. What "• a m.) to fihnne and better time than the present

just as easily be

lisM.

didn’t told p< »! ii

t

_

dramatic voice:

die Witnan, throwing

••rill

They are telephone

fascination over them.

evil

addicts.

717 and

Regi*trrr.| Jev»e)er* of ihr So<

LIITLE & TAYLOR

Via Port Angeles

about two incite* each wav. A< growth progresses they are potted up individually into 2 inch pots ii*!ng a vetv loamy

Weather Forecast

Leav« Vktaria Daily: ^:I0

a.

1*

it

make

a

the

common potting

*>•

mistake to romp* t*t too

Im'

1200 Dougin* St. (Scnllard Bldg.)

Phone

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January 7, 1954 (Government Forecast

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mK Uw*

IN

1

VICTORIA ITS MacDONALD’S FOR

THI RSDAV Cloudy rattered

w-

er* Little

I

t

h

*how change

luum

v

Tl

**

ahlne yesterday

T*

&S4 J

r*t* ? to ssantra

ln.«t It

Man

comnu*

'J

,

u<*»«

nt*r*«r ni«h »»t»r art* * or »ata» J«darl It miBM'ti, r ar in»«r minu.'i; far B*It-«ia»r iUi««» alBrr lhan da4uct 11 mlnu'aa ti a rat and l««rali

temperit ure

In

Wind* southerly Sun 15 mph

M.ur'wins

FOOD PRICES SLASHED! SCOTT & PEDEN’S ANNUAL INVENTORY SALE

iat

it dttanntna llitri in Ca«unaa *a« araa for hi«a#t malt ••tar. 0*4urt !• ialnn'»a. (or lo^rt law wairr deduct »J miBuirt far Btlf-ll
1

tinatn *r* it# a la r»t

ti

RF.CORDF.D TT-MPFRATI RF.S V2 High Wednesday 4(> Ijow Wedne*da>

M»r

rrrriji

.

FORECAST TEMI’FRAT! High today*

Low

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headquarter* source 'an he sure ihev didn't do * on their own. didn't think up the whole in-heme if A youihlul He also suggested hex did It

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trouble to stand firm.'*

Waterhouse has not won wide Gusty* east coast hree/ea up Rr'tam ap support 40 m.ph. almost tore the spread manuscript* of the Queen's {war* coniern to hack Churchill's with ade speeches from her hands while policy evacuation she was speaking a» Gisborne quale safeguards f?-»r reoi*eupahut she continued without hesi- .ilim in case of war. The Labor party side* with Churchill. tation. the White stumping country Qifhen *ecre the s At Napier, Instead of looking nut nn Lonfor frtippnn. the Tory rebel* don. a* they did bi*t June, the t jfries heal the winds They couple saw the town's hi if pasted her speech vxith adhesive say they will n-tl ts.lt party disI, ant lx lighted Fairground and t,if*e to stout cardboard, which cipline to the extent nf bringing about the downfall of The -he held eatxllv in one hand t? ees ahla.-e with Colored lights The Queen and ipe d uke later Churchill government. But the cne* of "We want the demonstration hv a Britain •« eager tn renpenjhe t^ue<-n'.‘ Were the «ame as those watched world champmn sheep formal negotiation* which were *h.it greeted her on her Coro- two brothers Godfrey shearer* suspended Iasi October. But nation day. Tty you nlc waxed lur >e\eral and lx in Rower Godfrey a-ked London apparently intends tu 'he dtiki* if be would like to try *fand h\ It* demand in one minutes tiefme retiring to p*«t hl< hand form or another that British for a 100 mile rail four today troops ti4< allow ed to rent cwpy KNOrt.ll >H TTON They will hoard the special

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povtnhv*

self in the unatvustomed-^le /M M~ Compound and Tablets stopped Mibur II /|/'>#| Conservative fighting ll of id gave striking reliet of such (iontrol or i it Gro“»e pninte. and* 'ii* rr i »-lo*ed n«me« nf three nf (tie ban rehrii w’ho -*ay his Suez policy dfstrejls tn case a//«-r case e> en on the very first and worst threatens rnen arrested eartv Wednesday, father inlaw Santo 'Sim» Per mreaiens lo undermine uie unoermine lie to BCENOS AIRES Kahrenhen c*etnhe neai show'. ^ Rl|r degrees Four OKI „. s Fahrenheit d ay of the period’ and the name of a fourth still rone, .fi an ovmnutl whose an Jep h u. star Empire ^ ( p sIAr 1r Pukowskl, Atena manCvcies a strained J. A J centina'a pnvaie r Yes’ Medical evidence proves PbU- .eeot-t dates back tn IWf, ankle being sought Vapi Charles Waterhouse h ag'T, explained that the ice had ligament t last night k| u ranting mdusirv Lydia Pinkham s modern in .The Canadian. Clarence .!« Pemme is sought Benda stood Yiinny t;innv Baxter .Olympic Olympic *ham- lieen softened at the request «d *>*'-' ear old former Guartl* of action, ll exerts a pronounced t>een under virtual mba. 4*. of Trrunwh Ont waa mute <>n arraignment and was nir.n ,i jii'Pi'-il^'OiWi r.nr» he b-i* Cvcies ,ifti*r the nnemnp fl'*T. leads he back bench Uf* c*mirn| hy the rflinixiry ofvom pla»o(| urvlcr JL.i "* -mi •k^ter* who lost hr* r footing performance Tuesday. He rising in the House of Common* munie«W frintfcom I WOfkll 1 I I t i ? ltshed a decree lifting direct con of pressure tit five vear* in the federal f*eni- rence. after the mishap. Hut ex for the four remaining days of appearance Includ'd in tr» hcnrtewi! »<--

Utor Gerald

1954

7.

backochat, naevow* l**lt«|l

1

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Wayne county

Tkarv, Jan

C.,

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not even on the •Inking

h,*v.. if « :h«? Sue. m.«|or w tr HI SFY.MOI K TOPPING detective .\ngua Munro, who inn ?„ a hospital conspiracy and assault with in- the Kefauver Senate crime com- also suffered gas poisoning "With all these pretty nurses LON DON 'AP* Prime Min threaten* SIthe security of the F-* tent to murder CIO president mince here in February *'He spent his night walking around its a hit of all right isier CfuitvKiU Is battling *» 'conceded the halls too. I guess he got Rut what a way to get in here!" mutiny within hi.« own party Fg.x'pl is reported willing 10 \t alter P. Reuther fixe yearx Roth of these men he said agTJT The prosecutor* withheld they marie huge profits on Mtnp the same as us " Smith said the protected agree aHow reo, s-ujijtirfni_jam> if an against

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Another of those arrested and DETROIT AP Hrosc trtors Wednesday accused four mer\jhe one still sought figured - one of them a Canadian of prominently In hearings before

Victoria.

Daihj (Colonist

Sews

Interpreting the

Four Men Accused In Keuthcr Shooting

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to alert

people*

and assure the sightless person nf safety when crossing streets. Even so. however, there is a .continuing traffic hazard against the blind that is not present with those whose vision is unimpaired. This is perhaps particularly so in the

hand

some measure busy

of Blanshard and Cormorant Streets where the blind service centre is In many cases blind people are accompanied by friends or relatives when approaching or leaving the tent re. hut of necessity this cannot always he guaranteed. Inevitably there are times when they may make the crossing alone, and through no fault of motorists at considerable risk of bodily harm.

vicinity

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glory

the verdict of an expen.

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weakening

alliance*.

new Asian

policie*

whatever

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in

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in

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of the l nlted a

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fact

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effort,

circumstance* and

the lime will again force Canada to play the part rff a great power

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port nf +befr neljef in state owner* v . . solve the *probwt * that t

the

l^«b<»r

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Kingeven,

are

proving

exact

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op-

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one nf Hie parties nf »he *t*tr

problems etc

hours nf political

mainr is .

political

a Lab'.r

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party,

lO-makr

labor.

rather

"

nf e< o-

nomic problems. This, a* commonsense wilt confirm, I* indeed a highly .dangerous rnmpltc*unn to the working of democracy.

i

’ freak show. This thought so startled me I came nut of my temporary ddre in a hurry, just as the barber whisked ihe sliest -Avyav and Mid: That ahould hold

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USA

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wtJI

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the other Into crime, ant how head of Hie department has rai'-ed me to thi* high p led

I

ask, should there

U11* difference*

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the president

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are

labels

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lecturer.

senior

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to

was

.

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their

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of

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the

gei

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that

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a

to

people who nominate a presidential candidate are *elerted at the level of the congressional diatrlct*. But presidential have primaries profoundly TrfTarce/T rhr plan of district repre-KentJMpn, and the unit rule, so far as it prevails, negates of district representation.

To

a

the plan

grea'cr extent than anv other Rnoaevelt gra*pe<1 that

president

Beginning after Hie

difference

enthusiastic

elec-

for statewide

linn nf 1931 he played

maiontlc* by an appeal to the blur* and rmnorttles resident in 'be hig Urban centres, progressively after 1 fra* fiP carried fewer and fewer 1

-till

in

Hie big industrial

piled

trend presidents 1*

up

a

in

the

majority

*ia'e*

from

elections

of

inward more demote r«' y arid away from Republicanism. Ihe House has always been built in the image of « republic. That, ia at -

the

makers of the Constitution iern.4

will .be

House

nf the

are elected in 135 congressional disSenators are elected on a trict* statewide level, hut they are not in more than half nf the rase* e let ted at the *ame lime at which ptesiden-



de*

paitem. The presidency broke away In fart, there are mm* de.uded people who would elect ihe republican

subway, which new a Turkey

lo

b*i|h

Tne

roared losing hi*.

has

condition

that

prevailed for at Iu*m half a ••eniury.

and

m

ln a

chair.

juw and F.U-K-

count e**

..

m

r

latvir

rate*

than



1

regret these

and b$ “’’Rcpubliran leader*

not alter that rondliion. With the exception of a few short period.*, Miih a* the honeymoon das* of WII-

govern-

(Sorlallslt

periodic

Fil

ahead

Mire* uf titeir own particular stales. President* are elected by elertora

of HM.Y52 took over a nurniier true. haslr Industrie*, i* n<*t

pay,

lie*

will

campaign

and remove grievance*,

of labor

since

the inevitable result

socialist*.

^

.

h‘" r * r "" bHnH ,,nr ot "l-m - .dv.pr^l hy -nn.ll.u m .up-

shearing*. Without them have to empiov a train bearer or a bur^wlnder and if I derided to have a permanent iwhaf a misnomer' what would I do about ends 18 feet away? Supposing I trampl'd on my pigtail going dowp the ha*e. ment stairs? And what If a circus promoier came to *ign me up? That'* It, fhafa where I'd end up -

m*

This, a- event* in the

Event*

Kingdom

which

to

that

'ongresMonal

I>emucratic

tin

Free Fresst

posite.

ln

ship K

.

^ you. (hat

rw

.

.

-

length.

mark

•» ta, P

the L'S. Congre*.

reaw.n

riage of views, to produce an efffrlive common policy, will he the goal

le

House

White

council* of In

m

more

slnrul session

witness the sharp ideological iHvergeni-e that Ur* between the The presipresident and Congre** dent will propose; Congress will dispose And all the i-nnferen**** at the

roalifWis. Wflitlirrs cannot

divergent

sue

of

Is made regarding labor dispute 'between the rail... wavy workers nf the t nued Kingdom and the railwav owner* the gov-

,

.

From New York

NCE

O

ment

This comment

, beforehand my crowning ....lie at Jeast twice that. would

thought

(

n

d,, *"rl * 1

,

i

on

partuulur

of

i*

»“ r

«"»•

»he

.

,

from

correspondent

COU ’"

,hl "

™rr^p.,nrt,n. . experts public write*, “any * J longer

.

Not, I*

two extfa clusarooms added amj also a second gymnasium, enlarged home economic# mums, music room and art* room. No wonder the cost of each classroom greatly exceed* that Unfortunately, of two luxory family homes.

I

an expert, hut he doe* not decide what accommodation is to be provided Anv designer Is Inclined to be a perfectionist and to plan the very best hi* clients will pay for. am qualified Another profession in whlrh provides what seems to he a parallel case, A



.

.

of classrooms.

read that one of our schools

liavp

SCHOOL COSTS

.

.

.

it

dom have been demonstrating Kingdom ,

”'

“>'•

nth,ri It , «K-nl r\,nt . .. , he d nnly snip an eighth perhaps ,* c .1,,. if that So Ida never had mv hair ,, , rut, never at all. Id be walking ... . , u around with a train nr a pigtail 18 feel long ,,,. . ,, rI nrrlved. at this. ffgure When I . .. j ,, felt disappointed. It seemed so small afl.r . nr-nm, pilsr.mw. In th, harbnr • Olllmn.l I h.4 Hl.lr .

You must



,

..

, the sort nf message which we must somehow get across to Ihr government... the . ^ Mr Usd school board and their architect*

U

TMiat

BuC in p

Ihe Winnipeg

a dispatch

In

United ..

in, ' r

r

ar^

At-

of the

,n «

.

Idle.

lie

The President And Congress

t

.

it

•.

mi|fh wofk Nnd fanrv

in

of stn h talk* may gome new; Idea* fur the reorientation of Canadian

Canada —

(From

•Now assuming that the barber cut .... one-quarter of, an inch of hair time, that would b- SS Imh,, ,l,ro»v on ..on,, o, ...m, m ton , visit* niter postponement* he took oir mnr, Ihnn , q, M n,r. bu< on

many

procr.**r*.

prolonged

a

American policies. Prime Minister St Laurent wilt leave Ottawa a month heme «*n tour. a six weeks', round the world will he no junket. It will tie an It on the spot study of Asiatic and world problems through face toJace conference* with such leader* a* Prime Minister Nehru of India. Out

Socialism

trmk

years naturally but suppose I’ve had m> hair cut about, say. 900 time*.

I

going lo pay for

is

relumed from

learned will be reflected

In

the

off

too hig and mstl>\ too

recently

I

, ,,

expensive jigs and machining

fire

I

I.

"Very

'

Nonh

member

daughter

P".

However, about the long, long trail been awlnding to the clippers.

How

through roughly

Forum

TAKE

TIIF IMH BI.K

Thanks. for your. splendid editorial "An of January 6. 19M •ou* Demand friend Fred i* retired on pension ild large InternaUonal organUstlon. This vised Fred that from September 1. J9M. mid pay all BCHIS premiums. Fred had

the

of

»he sick

is

I've

to

busy

numi

(•BulDt

mutual aid

in

Colombo

in the

pari in formulating those policies. Vice President Nixon of the l'S.

lantic coalition.

France

a recent

Business and industry are not goin let a handy little thing like

that

poHrfiW

coalition

On

Industry

imr

Ty

world's need for more positive pollrie* toward* non C<'mimuW*t Asia is also recognition that an opportunity exist* for Canada to play a leading

-

weaker members

I

ara •*im*na if ttMT ara an*r. arniraxa *aO fair. •half nr In pari mtpi j>*tt in# *lcnal>ira and addrci* at U\a WHM>. I'ltMlOlcl *«rra.paod*Dta r.annol ba ratursMl v

mpi«

War.

generation ago the idea would have seemed fantastic. But our military program last year cost S2.17I,nun fKWi more than half that nf France and nearly half that of Bidain. Included is a $3tKMMX),000-a year more than any military aid budget the United other country except to Stales spending arm the is

our. Ixindon

in »*• •Miiat <*s sor latlar win nn laaartM in

jfljjH

!

Plan, and In atomic energy. Pearson'* recognition "f the

Laurent's carefully phrased

St.

TV

ada has been playing the part of one in the Korean for some lime now

for

A

do every week

1

<•

recognition a*. a great power, Can-

power 7

Not for them this regular parade to shearers; not exactly for *he *arne purpose anyway. The mysteries of a beauty parlor are bejond tiw*

don't get cropped a*

y.T T ^

this

world

lor

ing

the responsibilities of a junior great

lucky.

are

have •

or

more

way, the television twoaie already In use

comm sat iruis

program, during which national awards were being handed out to the year s be-e of TV sets on the two stages.

W11hu.it

a vital

is

N,U
1

u p«

words nine years laier mean Canada more than a middle i* now almost power? That in the not-ton-distant future wp may in* expected to assume

found myself thinking of the long penance to which as a male 1 have t**en

may

Canadian

I

city streets.

Readers’

deed

by

Asia,

of

Hi *

Secuftd World

The other day I didn'i dream, howBy some mental misdemeanor

Street split as it Is by this is a somewhat for car drivers, a factor increases the hazard for blind perThe situation might be eased $r>rrs: materially in their favor by the placing of a few signs in the vicinity reading, per“Watch for the Rlind." plus a haps: “Stop When Occupied” pedestrian crossMotorists would then take ing sign. extra rare when negotiating that area. One feels sure that officials at the city hall have only to have this matter attention for action to their to brought be taken. The cast of a few signs is negligible when set against the protection of individuals who by no fault of their own are proceeding through life tinder a grave handicap. There is an obligation on

helping

a

Tha

too.

intrnta and

on the telephone,

alls

-

In a small

way

pow-

Id

it

* * + the achievement* in War gave this conntry just reason in claim classification a* a "middle power" in the family of nations. By IMS Canada was no longer a small country, jet not a big one except in area

down comfortably and barber leaves me to my-

ever.

that

not

within the

win

in

the individual, and for society, than Communism ian ever hope to do."

Not for long, unfortunately. Ten minutes or *o and the covering, sheer get up l* Whisked off and 1 have to again! Barber* are speedy artist*.

awkward corner

may

r

'

third

together. Our Asian policy must comprise much more than mere opposition to Communism. We must have a positive policy and convince

Once I've said "Nice day." winter; "Isn't this awful.”

wide boulevard

a

w hile cane on

sit-

away.

1

tions)

the

v

-

enough to hold us tihe free na-

word, that free democracy liberating force and can do

With Rlan
lake a kindly interest in who air blind

thoir fellow citizens

or nearly so

men

half dozen

table MM) miles

(•ojnmynpjare in the telephone business. They are pood, but blind.

government and growing

in

rapidly

Pearson said that "Anti-Communism or anti anything else will not

moial

a

feel

10

stable

thought-provoking

Minister

Not always easy

H

fPf

QM

Would Help

Signs

in

ing a screen on

fat

a

W'hich a dozen men in various cities ran all *it in the one -Conner t ion. are

rich In resources, stfong industrially,

particulaily

Minister

drowse of at

to

£

T*

two

were

passages in of Prime and Foreign St. Laurent Pearson which may presage uew direction of emphasis, in 1954. in relation* Canada's foreign The PM ••aid that "Canada as a growing nation is playing an ever-

are

called on to do like if possible I

las

HERE

Do

A Few

table

'

Conference

New Years messages

the

tiliW-

barbers

that

all

for a

the barber

only,

haircut

clubs and most of them appear lo be the public is excluded except in instances where members introduce friends in precisely the same way as they would quests into their own homes. invite Since the status of dubs as private social centres has not changed in any respect by the broadening of the Liquor Act. there is no additional rnst involved to the public for police supervision. In all the circumstances it is hard to see any valid reason why veterans’ organizations and legitimate clubs should be punished merely because of an extenIn sion of public drinking privileges. dubs as in private homes, drinking; i.< an incidental matter, which places them in an altogether different category from places existing primarily if not solely for the sale of liquor by the glass.

dubs

that

certain

fairly

is

It

would not have been subjected to

a

ii"w

TOM TAYl.OK

By

1

cent

booth

tattle.

Reports from Ottawa

of shoea

.

w ax —of

;

tax measure accompanied the broadening of the Liquor Act to allow wines and hard liquor to he sold by the glass In public profit

TV

which appear ting around a

Thinking Aloud to'***"'**

)

a different reason something could said in favor of exempting all non-

ara

cilia

around

sit

purposes be anting around the on*

tinguished under the amended Liquor Act Is in reality an adjunct of a man’s home, In many instances it is a literal rouihoflie. a s in the case of clubs with quarlers. From all well-run dential

For

to

ran

They have their screen whole crowd might to .ill

distinct from those operated for profit, soon to be ex-

effect.

men

their

OLD

conversations will

For example, a group of four nr five

moved

TV

part.

a* far “ahead of ‘long distance lele-

lie

phrme rails as telephone ahead of .letters,

15

bigger Than Russia and he older than Malenkov, the headquarters of Communis™

HEN

have been hard hit by the lax’. As has been explained to the government, the clubs do not exist for financial profit hut as a meeting place for those who served their country in the wars. Such profits as are made on the sale of drinks go towards helping veterans in need, and the clubs have been distressed to find that funds available for that purpose have shrunk since the new tax went into

clearing

mendous

MAo suggesTs ihaT since China

i

club

between

their- representatives,

Clubs fide

business deals, for con* executives and

foi

\iM
they did not ask for. and from which they derive no benefit— if anything the reverse.

A bona

But

ltd"*

in

'

in

.

*



Taxing Drinks

Jouk a lljtje bloodshot, the wife will say^ tu her

r\ e* f

husband who j« a was oh a business It trip must l>e static dear." he will assure her. "You look wonder-

the railway achieving a metropolitan trrminus and thus connecting with every other railway on the continent. It seems obvious that if this is ever to happen, British Columbia will have to take the step Itself. In no other way may the PGE integrated rail into the forought fop Until that is done system of the country. _ will likely remain a provincial white it elephant, it s debt charges mounting, and lack of for hamstrung services its conneclions. Mr. Bennett may he right. Perhaps the time has come for British Columhia to consider taking this remaining bold step. The taxpayers have too much on hoard the enterprise now to sit down calmly for another 40 years while Ottawa looks the other way and twiddles its ofthumbs. If provincial funds are ficial found available, the Squamish link might be a fairer risk than many others that have been taken in the same cause.

.

Your



CIeofgi».'

before him, is for the province carrying through with the program, opening a through rail over the PGE from Vancouver to Prince George, with spurs later if necessary in the Peace River region. The cost of the southern link he has placed at

some

wlU^M

friend

appear on the TV in Itunt of you. You will appear on hi* screen Add the two of ou can converse lace to face.

Mivn

So the issue narrows to the VancouverSquamish link, and what should be done abouMt now. Premier Bennett, like Mr. Johnson

Bennett, like Premier Johnson and others l>efore him, has come to the conclusion that no change of heart ran be looked for at Ottawa on British Columbia's renewed pleading that the Pacific Great Eastern Railway be absorbed into the nationally-owned railway system, as was done with quite a number of small railways in eastern Canada at the in'^eption of tbal srhemr. Moreover, not if the Canadian National Railway is interested in the PGE, which touches its own system now at Prince George after program under extension the recent hardly can it former provincial regimes, hr expected that the "Canadian Pacific Railway would bo so. So British Columbia is back where it was and has been on this issue for 40 years In fairness to Mr. Bennett, five or so times ‘this province has been in t he same position— in possession of a railway of very considerable potential but without help from any official quarter with its deMeanwhile its over-all invelopment. debtedness to provincial taxpayers has grown, and Is of the. order of 5155 .iXKl.fMK) The difif the cited figures are correct. ference this time, and it is a material one. is "that the PGE stands completed from Prince George to Squamish. with only a southern gap in an all-rail connection with its intended terminus at Vancouver,

REMIER

P

5

S

Datlii CCnlaniot

Thw* abater*

•how

for tryout*

the

for Im

Hill

local

<*f

Cycle*

Ire

•nd

p.m.

t

Duke of Edinburgh Invited All-Time Record Set To Address Chamber Meeting For Seal Campaign has lundwon

Invited to speak to a meet Victoria

Cham)**

ing of the

p.m. Friday.

The

of Edinburgh

Thr Duke )>e*»n

11

of

after

Imiiirdlalely

>**

will

•how.

nr

JAM AHV

KFFKCTIVK •*

in

Cham ^ r

.

of

***•' ret.iry

the

to

all

«

k

*"•

t"

IN *••

* *•

» "•

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11 %

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tm rm Mer

pm I

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mi

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Af

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miiiK(

Lt.

\r

roan«N a

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Kemp

^Turaday* only ar

Cafe

1954

llth.

rr*

'

««*

P*ul- Arsen*

II*

•* i«

teur.



Highway

1-ake Rd. and

The campaign ha- cached veai

U*.l

Iv.

Lake Rd. and Highuav

K«*rnp

IS

mm*,

earlier.

•Monthi

via Old

Friday

arid

-

Rd. between Hook* and

Tugwell Creek M*F Mondays and Friday*. Tuesday*. Thursday* and Saturday*. Sooke Terminus Whiffm Spit Road

TTS

Subject

*7Aa

the 31



mark which

ViO

better*

One such messace came

end of

until the

.1.tnuar>_._

iF-ed

arms.

by

Stand

Mainland

with

register

BCH1S

1 1

LIBERAL

•A.

COX.

H.

unlay

Keg. to $ 2.05 1

sura nee premiums.

7

Required

Ro*. *U.9A to

PresiJent of Paul's Restau ranis Ltd. and operator of two restaurants. Mr. At sen* said only his nwn *nd three other restaurant* out of some 100 in ihe city had been Three thousand mother* are required to make pavrull do urgently required for a oneduct lot ih from employees. hour canvass February 13 in conneciiun with the Greater Mother*’ March «n Victoria Polio campaign which open* tier e January 15 and ends Feb-

downtown

ruary

95

M4.M

95

For Drive

Secretary.

hl

I

,

ASSOCIATION

Friday

-



notice that the Annual General Meeting of the Victoria Liberal Association will he held Ttnirsda\. late, uary 21. 19M. at H.00 pm., at (he Libeial Hcaquarrerx. 1.322A Government Street. Victoria BC., for th'e purpose of the election of officers and the transaction of the ordinary huniness of the association. AM persons whose names appear on the membership roll of the Victoria Liberal Association are entitled to attend and vnir»,

5

TAKEN

1SSI

as an

Take

W/5l#Hr

i»54

WOMEN’S SHOES

Hr .saidjte would refuse to moke BCHIR- deductions from

the pay cheques, of employeeK coining to work for him who Meanwhile. Mr. Ar-ens took o already paid premium* on issue with what he called Mr. their own In advanre. He said he employer. Martins inference that lie had is prepared to lest the is«ue in Mr. Ahlitt quoted from a wire taken a stand against double court if necessary. tie had sent to Health Minister payment of premium* for put* Eric Martin protesting against Itchy purposes. Mr.' Arsens said "dictatorial- and Gestapo like ,tli« only reason publicity was desired wan to further the cause of worker* forced to make double payments of hospital in in the

to

;

_ CLEARANCE BCH1S

method* of collection'

in a Ahlitt of of a test
William

frdm

wire

7

INGLEDEW’S

M3

The camp aign continues

centre number Vancouver

a

VICTORIA

ISLAND

X

$l.*t

Mothers

the consent of ihe Public I’tilFie* Or>moit**ton.

to

congratula

British Columbia Humuc-s men for refusing a Bt’lllS dirve live to ftedoct for hoapital In sura rice from the pay uf an era plovee who has already paid a premium in advance fur the next six months.

of

.

IT uesrl.1 yg only

total of

s

Congratulated on

resiaura-'

local

received

ban

lory messages from

10 min*.

*

later.

Man

Jm

KUiert Foropt (mints announced last night they had
Businessmen Send Messages 0/ Support

VCHFOHIF

R! IV

SOOKE-JORDAN RIVER ROUTE M*r rt* w*r W »m pm • « 11 % -I II •

T

nv||ed

,

M •»*••>.



^nHftNHF



businessmen

BC..TW...

LAST — 3 —DAYS Thursday

ItotH been forwarded through the Lionel II**** tenant governor .to

Victoria

.

ire

tlie

^

Empr*M

th*

at

«||

governor general, he visit* VicCommerce official* have aaid. fh*mhi»r official* expressed ton* August l and 2. ' fhe invitation wan exten.ied ho|K answer would be reIf he accents .the invitation. be a early in Decembe r and hM vlved *hort|y L .I,.- meeting will probably

Commerce when tryout*

lale

^ ^

Viet*ru

R4g. |

Ui

13.

Canvas* will be from 30 pm. 'to pm and $30,000 lias! been set a* the objeetue for this area. Business firms wilt be canvassed by mail.

MOM

it..

until 7

sroRtsTmSSL %wMsfauSil

11

OPENED

OFF! EES

campaign have beeu opem-d at 1414 A Government Street and telephone numbers aie H tilt'd and B6162.

1

Offi><»« for the

& -3

In* ideitce of polio in Greater Victoria ha* heen the td?he-i capita in Hie prov ince. \'le|H*r

foria

had

has

Vancouver

a

200

i*

ra
• Another

group. Keg. S'ltAK to «9.9«



A latrge Group Keg.

.iit.RA,

<*f

,,s

*1

FI..ATH.

O

$10.95

(iiise«j.

VICTORIA STORK ONI.T

Zsa Zsa Replies

'>?h

FOOD STORES

and ju-t bordering on J.'Ui

95

In (lourt Action SA/vCPA MONICA Calif iAPi Zsa Zsa Gubqr, *ued for divorce last NovenitM-r 2 by actor Ueuijjf Sandei*. denied i.'hilgpi

til*

uf

Dieoirtl

liiftletletv\ 749 Vale* Street Sorry!

No

Ex< lionge* or Refund* »< Sole PrO-M*'

cttinlly

and filed a cTo-s ..niplaini for dtvonv on sinubir gi'oumis Tuesday. The cuinplaud *aid they tool agreed un a pi upertv .

CUT GREEN BEANS

m

2

PRICES

29°

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THURSOAY

si« 1

1

li*jn**nt

rated of

Th«

couple 20 after t -,

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i»(

1

Newspaper Advertising

is

a

*ep.i

ypam

Selling Force in

Any Business!

man' age. I

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and

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A

JAN.

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2

15-07, tin*

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:

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43c

,

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35c

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32c

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26c

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Bran Flakes

24c

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LH CJ ft

for

I.ynn Valley, Sieve 15-oz tins

Sun R\

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49c

2

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25c

2

for

27c

2

for

33c

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29c

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Victoria,

lUiUj CDolorUfl!

6

Vprnon W. Stewart Formpr Victoria Fire Chief

1

01 Vf*rS

.

J* o

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1*>S4

7.

,

Optimistic Nanaimo's Oldest Native Son Dies at 82 d Iff it II I l 1 4* a/IAIC/u

NANAIMO

f.dit'

n te* 1

1

Vernnri William* chief *on of

mum

i

H#

reuje.l

Drift

In

-d for *rven \e*r*

He

l\

Prwpp^oiy, N<’ Mld|f several In prweptor nf i* survived t>\

**«torn

Victoria

in

>**ar»

»g 0 he brother*

NAAnlrh liulh grtivv.-r*. *r* inking nil optlmlMlr view of current rtiHrt winter wralhrr a nil rani >*-t *«** »m n-nwin unusually brllrir limt In high !• in|Mratiirr
“January Time

irf

unnnl UiU year. “XX

Mn

it

«

njn

llierr U a portion of bloom nuxv he Inland I he over, bill explained lhal (here U a sustained bloom here for

On

week

the

there

Ibal

lhal

In

team

current heavy rainfall shouldn't hurt rrnpn unleaa they have been verv low area* planted In Where the nalnraled will la unable lo breathe. XV. Mattlrk. < nrdova Ray Road, nairl weather condition* an far have hern all to the Vet. he grw*d in loo early II

rmp

B

how hi nrmi

will

yearn

Ihtn

growth mary.

pri/e*

wax

rtb

far

atarta In Frh-

uniially

service

oddments done

nil

A

Woodward’s Mr*. D.

IXnodv

policy

wwmd*.

iff*

January

mil.* mini

s.ile

THURSDAY

Sale

FRIDAY

and

A Value-Packed

^

COAT SALE Season's lop Myles colors und W e.ivrs in Iwvurv lo. u wooli and flceiiV If you nwd a winter coal, then ;n nou.tng stor >"U from. being nn the spot for these wonderful value* Texture and quality, harked by flawlpv. jalL'dliiR and detaillr g .Soft full styles In plains cheek*, and ding

Two

'-

i

on

is

CottoH, ogrooil*

J.

L MAKtS PTRfKTAM6£t FOOD oh voum-voufi— Mo^ty back! j

R !.

I

rey-,

a

.•iii'.ed

1

Project h.niM*'

fiC’

ankle

Riven whether the

In



nald

lie

of

Wiwalwanl’a do nol hair

I

m

made

later

Woodward

.TlS, and t’lnh and (’nlorv. I/O. a fa ha ret Worker*' l'nlnn
Houlihan, t.ordnn that agreed Road, no

won many

V ANCOl ’V Kit

union*

wealher condition* have been favorable

that

competition 1902 Mr. Stewart joined department, Victoria fire

I he of w hleh

4

Head

<

*In

effifipnt

knJil

to nay

n

an outstanding basketball plaver And * restlcr. .Some year* ago he wan a member of tne Nanaimo fhr dr parimenf. being on the hone reel

period.

he nlaled Cnpl. Wllnon

Inventory Time at Woodward’s Extraordinary waving*.

[inn*

nellun-

mi

Mainland, he nald. no mmlalned bloom,

OI I) EXPECTED There In no reanon lo be Here lhal Ihrrr Wool be an\ rold weather before Raster,

is

draraniv brfurr Inventory

a

ta

inrrchamtl**-.

line* of

adverllw funner

iiqI

a

l

added

broken

fUrk

generally

nhwnrd

He roared ed

ponnll>llll>

n three

Our Japual) Sale

n inatlnr nf a few

da)«, thing* Kailrr," t nr

it..

i

I

l.i

f O

ge

.

ined

cl... ;ii.

'..l

'.u

a 1*0 a few half sl/eSale I’rlre

i

.

n

12’n

.Int.itarv

^ Ann

%# ^ J XRJ JVP

v#

?t -‘

mohairs. Jam^monr*

VI net I ntr.ke vole.*.

Renulis

Famous

of l*l.i

baTTW

a

sen*

In

2-T

theatres

in

BC are expected to t*- an Victoria honored January IS. ilieatte* ate tu
mrea.e

nuurlv

it)

a

in

a

DRESSES

*

mammy

recommended

port

said

also

l’nlnn official* conciliar lop nr>.it.l

stocks, due to div*vsy stetPgr

a

re

broken

Come

.

ses reduced from our Wools, crepes and novrlfx weave* in r door-openinc for jour "pick" you'll l>r m. .« A Sa

lint's'

at

pleased with tjie values. January Sale Prices

rent

two-year

qq .OOf

qq OO

$q J

and

contract.

e ONT.Y blond

>r«ierdav'A

Red < rbaa Ifotiw* fell *hnH of the objective nf

rllnle at

far

Son donor*.

There were HD donor* In the and 7ft In the even-

flemortfi

Inc

Today I* donor

the

Veil March.

In

Red w

clinic

llottxc.

he early

of

dny at

clinic

hbMtd

f ro%*

l»*t

ALL-WOOL SUITS

donor

Seas. .n * latest style*

a hcAtlh and penstun plan and niher routruioti.y. I'trsem w-vgc in the Its tlrealrr \ ancouver r W* an hour. theatre* t* Negotiation* will, the Ollenn n.eatte* ili/nn an.i Itulcpendenl opcraior* ate pending.

Meanwhile

ill

hoard enr

t

OM*MENDED

for

a

hi At

t

kick

tern

ZVcenl

Uwl.-ed a ku*.ng mtcu./r, VS .lb

2 atiupir

the

rhandirr

of ied

pennon

a

1



Double VS *'ri

l>(.«n

Carroll.

-

*..

Y

our

named mando* v

.

a

iefied

4 og«'i

OLiro wearing

Some

Kvrry woman can use nn n\tra slip' Selections include nxmllrnt with delicate nylon embroidery trims on wplWtried bodice JF 4 ountei ^oilrd. Sims 32 to 4«i. Cfl

rre|w*s

slight v I

January Salr

will te» ilel.gl.led •oili

Sean*

.

t

Prit c



Mu, we

t.x -1

-ftic

dare ttftgf ,«u if you aieu l aalpackage.

Food*

*!/•:•

•la

CLEARANCE BLOUSES

cm mix

wn

.enimiivew

offer tided

Ini

phm

laundering

A

ODDMENT CLEARANCE

dinncrxvarc

.

.

Assorted patterns

tenvvare

in

and

\

Make your

refrigerator purchase during go farther than ever before.

»pftrkltng

reveral rhe«t

wound*

*tali

In

wlih her

ROMP mar



family

mav

U’ho Withheld (be wo *n deference t<» her helieve »haf her wound*

name h*\e

been

atrevci

Sale

GOBLETS SHERBETS

SHERRIES

LARGE TUMBLERS

SMALL TUMBLERS

IH

JANI AH V

rQ

.«•<

SALE PRICE

Price

>RTS

JAM ARY

-03

1

SALE PRICE

During This iplv

harance Event

X’^fJ.fVI

^'ol|

r QQ *JO

f

price.

* A< rrwt 'hr for preeirer * Mandv Door Rark« * Fill) width Prlxper*

WILD ROSE

* Chiller

A charming pattern of hand enamelled roue* and soft greerj leave*, on fine** white china 40 piece *et eonsUr* nf S each: 5 Inch plate* 7 inch plates and 10 inch plate*, teas and aau rm.

Tray

* Colored Interior * Kl'e vear nit Warranty f

GETT.NC

K

V ANCOl IV KR IM CUv police should have milch tbf flrnitv identify mg II t' riliver's .

(

down nnd 21 month? to pa\ will Op plrasprl tn find dll thnsr* r /» turns on this wf rigerator a? riich a low

t

«elf inflicted

The «i«hhtng look pln.-e in XVe| Jtngton *t* rn.ie* north of here

Januarx Sale

this

January

ICnglivh

dinner table!

lo hnapital here ve-ierd*v

m

trim*

AND DALE on

Nanaimo woman

t,

Rroken m/c range

will

also figurines, howls, vases.

.

HILL A mldtl leaped wm* admitted

w

Price

larpc splortion of oddments, mostly in fine hone china,

and some crystal.

b\ 'he Vlnoria Rotary (.’hi the fir*-* tun. he tin of tile today >n *hc Kmpre** lltjte

NANAIMO

find

.Iron.-. I

>ale

and

.

AND CRYSTAL!

I

nn

\

Xtpi'i'i

BLOUSE CLEARANCE

*niarf»»T -vt\ led nf faknrv thru are highly

1

JANUARY

practice

range.

nuary

croups

rrrpr nv Inna, enu countcr^niied hut t>r while *

SALE IN FINE CHINA

.

ww

Sterling Silver Earrings

lut.t.e.t

Tamous ^wans I^wn Mate VtAUTI U& Mpf Do^h ckxolw

•Pf.eh.i-t4 of Geie-ral



money Imrk

L>*la.l« itande aat 1.

nerd

after the Boer com of the South African "V

.

Mono y- lo
wrr yn\»

IH)UlU>.-yt.ur

*vm

-

Avenue war **-k.iCz

.

omtr.endalojii

KU.H1T.N4> NAXIE Tlte Hutish commandoa of ..mftUlned of the Second World War were

yon hjnek* of and SouUvgtlie and 11 ii

Mr*

mixing elepa.

new miracle mix

orally failure# Try the linlay ami aer/

"Wkh thi* new mi* lt'« mod* in no time!" •nva Mr* Carroll. New Swan* Down Angel Kinni Mix il

hlewc^ of 'rirT»H*

1

ju^r add water;

separate pail* of

in

m*k« an angel caka an big and heavanlv good a* a 2-egg cake made the old. bard way — and no worry about teen-ager can

SOiURE! 50FA5Y?

scale

run* from $42 4IJ for liar waiter* to Jftft ’at for Cl*.** A" bartender* HuMne.** agent tleorgc Faulk tier Maid ycsieiday he would apply for a «inke vole if the opei. .lor* rejected the board* ie«

tH.OO

PYJAMAS!



.

I f-

he

E

The recommended wage

1J

10.

innatv Sale Price

I’lcnrancn of stylos in cood-wnarinc f.thnc* T sucker and raxon jrrsny, nithcr tailorod ot mandarin, in pastt*l« 'inm** rose and atpm. Sizes small, medium and larcc January Sale Price

t'Ottriliaiinn

an li * and oiher bene

union had a*kc,| Ki

a

Twood and Worsted M ?0 Ipj QQ

All- Wool,

uiour

Sale Price

^wani^wn

recommended intrease

for ln,unr rluh waller*

fit*

(.

lies nii.tary

IT

AT

WOODWARD'S

YOUR

IS

'

JANUARY SALE PRICES

dog The fnU was ilt**er ItvPd a« a brown tenter wtih nrtly three leg* One nf the hind leg* was severed in an arctdvnt. lost

On

Tht*ar Pnptibr Mt«le|

Gas Ranges ;rer*

Cup* rorreepondlng prura F.gg



at

I

Marlfmrr.tjgh de Iuvf

nivrrsfll

model

‘CORONA”

.

.

.

MrClan

tfll 'In

\frrie|

fop.

Pnm

1S2B.

^QCQ^ Ovv ^4 rQd I

K.N4.I

ISH

SEMI-PORCELAIN

pn«e 4 'omhinatlon mnd^l. and gn« Pnrn

Knv

Rteh rierhi hluea ard red* traced with gold From one of fiA pjece set con*!*!* of * each F.nsland * finest potter* tea* 4-tnrh ft inch ^nd * inrh pla»e« xnup* fruit* 2 vegetable ho** :* and 1 earn: pLatter 10-inrh and L2 ine’h gravy boa* and arand. *alad bowl, cream and sugar

oil

and Murer*

Down

and 24

Mon I ha To Pay

the

0 -J

^OQQ kO

fv

Balance

.

Kfi-pierr net,

Inniinrv

OIL HEATING FOR

Salr Price

MALVERN HNK

ENGLISH

January

BONE CHINA

A wide border pm tern of flower* and fern, in a m--*! appealof vatioua shading* This fine rhlna is fluted, and U trimmed with best gold. 40 piece set of 5 each. 5 inch. 7lrwh and in inch plate*, tea* and saucer*, ing htiip

G4179

12inrh Planer



n»h*r pieces

Rim Soups Breakfast Cups ard »*

fhi

•liiet

Stands

pprei

^

Vr

month!

tr*

Cream Snun* and

YOUR HOME!

^

Thi< prppul.ir si/r Evnrv? Oj) Hcatpr uiffi thermostaf control, atrifehl# for the modeivtfc home priced to cjoar during this Woodward* January evoni. You. too,
medium-size FAWCETT OIL CIRCI one low pnre Jor January selling Each down and *10.00 per month.

Also n few 10 -piece set.

January Sale Price This advertisement is not published or displayed by the Liquor Control Roard or by the Ciovemment of British Columbia.

Sale Price

*10.00

LATINO HEATERS 1

WOODWARD’S HEADQUARTERS FOR THE FINEST APPLIANCES AT SAVINGS TO YOU

.

V/V

Prices Effectiva

January

*W

tirade

^

>

vf£

8Th, 9Th

7Tfi,

M M m.

m m

-

N»sro tew

Breakfast («em% cartons

in

,Hr K p dozen carton

CArv v“

Medium,

Cl A UIv

'

dozen carton

LOW

(ICED

"specials"... every item

is

SAFEWAY

at

BERKSHIRE CHEDDAR SOLO Halves,

DAVIDS

BISCUITS Cocoa Sandvuc/i Cocoa Kinder Maple 1-eaf Sandwich. Coroxvai Sandwich. Rtark *nd Wafn* Cocoa Vanilla Whit* Parisian Club Sandr.ntle. Marshmallow Rinrtlll* wich. Cocnnul Bar*. Marshmallow Drop*. Modern, Hex. Strabrrry Tats, full Ifioz. pkK

Conned

.

’*



can

Peache*



^ .

XX

Blended Juice

Prune Plum*

Tomato Juice

Apricot*

2

Tomatoes % Green Beans 1»

//

m

*

KRAFT PINNER

*

FRUIT COCKTAIL

7 U.-nz.

package

Seafoods 0

Kippered Herring

L.

f •

7

Creamed Corn

V

«.*

Pineapple

Conned Vegetables i

15-oz.

C

Orange Juice

r

Orange

fin

Sugar Belle, Blended Fancy Quality,

Fruits

Bartlett Pear*

*

.

-tr

*.«

48-fl.-oz.

Conned

Juices

Grapefruit Juice •

Purt? Seville

39c

Crabmeat Sardines

Baking Needs

Hunt's, Choice 15-oz.

can

Baking Powder Mazola Oil Pitted Date* Currants A

Ra.isins

.

v



V.

:

V.

Cake

Silver

Coconut

Meat Bali* Beef With Broth X* Wieners and Bean* Luncheon Meat V f

Miscellaneous Pet Food

Cleanser n

*

*

*

Jelly

Wheat Rolled Oats M;, Shredded Wheat

*:•

of

H

V

.

r-

n

m en

T

n iradM Rod and ,uZ of the Ll sure best at Safeway.

H

Z

Brand Beef also top grades of Pork, Veal and

r

..

Vegetable Soup

in

Breokfost Foods Cream

govern

Bread Mix

Canned Meats

r

Sweetmllk

2

Bone removed Red and Blue Brand 1

Powders

Plum Jam

*

.*

B ,*A

Pork and Beans

Cross Rib Roast Beef *



b-*M

eivci

tf

**

In

Short Rib* Beef

A

r

you sP* nkm *

35e Round or

.

Side Bacon

Breasf of

select

APPLES grapes CAULIFLOWER

75c

••

A

V/- 7 7

Stewing Veal

...

.

"

*

Lamb

*

Lamb

Loin Rib Roast or Chop

Lamb

Loin Roast or Choos

SI/.KS

Local,

white

sno\L

compa^

trimmed heads

Edwards COFFEE

rrop

Cabbage Celery

import «*» ««*"

Carrots

to,.-.

C



9c Sweet *ol “’



import

Lettuce

rr

Potatoes

13c

Turnips

21c

Parsnips

IrtCRl

A Rirh Full fWlied Coffee

YrU *

ffp^ntwr

-

h

"

w

Imported

ORANGES

' .a inv# iOV* *her children .

The Urnou*

W*

m

R«a>

the Rtffht to limit

Brand

CANADA AAFTMA1

Li.MITF.II

Airway COFFEE A

b*HldA,

f 1 )U

73e

sv*.eet

tangv

*'**

jg e *

^ TURKEYS

Oysters

firm clusters,

Florida. P»"“-

X\

Rib Veal Roast or Chops

'

.

Emperors. Imported

Grapefruit

Veal Steak or Roast

|n

Lamb Frontquarter

Safeway

Fillet

'

Biad. Rib Roast Boot'. to

them Vegetables

Fruits

Veal Shoulder Blade Steak or Roast

*

*•

*

Round Steak or Roast Beef (pa n

r>r

TMp

Orlnd

Mild.

MpUow

Bbtid

8

B

Colonist

flailt?

Thurt., J**-

C..

Muzz Becomes Third Patrick To Coat h Vu York Rangers

1954

7,

H\

New to

JIM

I

he led them

AM.

Y<»rK R.utgprsi

Putruk.

“Muzz'

yi

dablv

M

youn

gon»J offer Ite town aiui he

mm

department

Kmet and Coshy were in the wronK »*> » inferred that one of the big reason* ord the pair in question were is that working men and that the fines woT is

if

u!

Tlte

i

the Touching Bombers of i he Western

He claims that wt V
Kmet

after

Leaf tie

same

the

in

the sfoty told me bv with his * It u filing

storday

tuning of Muzz, w era!

been

1

nt

int

<11

laments- PairieV

the

(or the third time signed Mti on they

man

l

several

s

for

T

.job

* light

ed Matt strict adjacent to the truck by ibe roadside tn the with George Kmet Road. The three fanned he latter pair circled together. During the hunt a quirk cup of coffee the truck and decided to but with the Cosby planed his ripe loaded f rom a thermos. George Kmet while tr k the of itch on. in tin* front hox. gun on the floor of the t Kmet said, that a game ns while having the C"' that n. after ascertaining warden appro* ihed and informed «. would be laid against

delivery

t

t

.linz

ike

I.

and Co hack pa

fjy

However, there was no

J

t

part

encased fryifig

Fishing has Been none tr>o good in Saanich Inlet this winter but you <»r couldn't prove it by several members with Ice Cycles cast. Out yesterday guide Claude Creed, four of them managed to bring hack !•'* goodthat sized grilse. Shown with grilse

on boat art

I/*o

cully

Strini. musical director of show, and, on right. Eddie Runyan, novelty skater. Other members of party were

i

comedian Joe Set la and drummer

the

in

getting his release

dim fruit

Bombers

< HOli KS There was no. announce men

BOMItKK

Bill

as to

new

Dennis.

who

wm

gue>ss

w con * nd the i Staid'cy Cup

% anger*

ast

rho Rangipi* arc

Hunger

ilnd

wa *m» manager r ran an take ovrr

<

that

left

hut

while

f

hvr

or

.vnn

tiv

1 i

inf*

rialn.

t

W

Range's might “huuld elick

more

the time

Flyers

Mum win

In

\thletic

Patrick \ IHnrli Cougar*. Suatlle BisuInt*

Ranger* i

Maranv III*

Park

Untouchable;

TO LOSE IM'GliAN ICahhtt

Trim Stamp

Junior Clinches Mi

Certain

1

Switch Match fur-seeing

Victoria'*

third

Aubrey Sandford

or

playable

Cougar* nliettd

\tltiilional

wm

Book Adam

As

MER<

II

\ VTS

HIM

I

FVN FAKE

almost

of a

si

three

a

In

dais

In-duled football

a

result,

officials

In

charge of lie I.ower Island Fyiivifi re Cup pla> downs Were able to gtmouine last

IT

I

thjlj

-

time

match.

Sport

ami 28

Panes

Seattle

l'

season hv scoring ancotiver Canuck*. A •>n game* for \ darted finding ihc range a* v»on erheck Saskatoon. . . Reader Don N rws of New Yorker Carry Robinson. W a ently a* saying that he believed Mary He get* R team than Notre (lame. second time

Hi.mher*

-'i**' •*" '*

lu-t

fourth

month. Iim ruled the grounds hi Royal Athletic- I'ark un-

for their pari

Kllokv Boyce tearing aruunn on latme Nadeau has made the

park*

for about the

rii-partmenl,

urorr

first -round the that night k nine between \ l« toria I nilol and Canailian doltish will t»e

Bv Wall bltz.en

plated on Saturday at lower IteiM-nn Hill Park. Game time

ment nn«l basketball

two

to

r

Is

Madison

in

least a d at ran't help blit

Alter readlnig

.

.

Davi* t up fma!. had as much did lewis lload

I

iangers

m

\

a

i

were times, heads at

Ken Rooewatl

Revo Francis

their

award of 19M wa\ made crucial cat to diver v'»imm the AAt’. wl in voted the * 11111 % an Award year in the alhl pie of last |,ee as the nUt.» landing amateur

some b\ l

olled •stales.

impion

1

didn't

compete

and

Hfiadiens

ie

l

tnd

and

Puts un Shov

19'>2.

internal!'

department i

19 tM

In

IMniU

caigary

Old-Timers

NI1L.

the

in

Copleys Trim

Crow

hrill

l

Gordon Head

In Eastern Charity

(

In

MON TRFAI

Hoop Card

w cen

kcldieson

Ontario Did

ThM

Raleigh at

with two each.

Giambra

It

iltl.1

Ring Lesson

Main

I’

vent

Of Boxing Show Friday

Onur

counting two two. Syl Ihiwe lie

Gives

l)\kt‘s

in

^

heaiUni

was

a

the

i

tment

h a long

h Wilkin

game

fans braved

were $10

reipi »

MIAMI BFACH »l cmaoer Rnbhv D% I decision I (V round Reach Auditorium. *

.*

in

ward

supplied «sx

break Qn

ec line

llcffrrnar Pete

Buddy

sfsta. the List

Buffalo,

ed

of

Gerry

In

Ills

pinch

*

,hf*

tin

Amerirar a

oiling

loekey Scores

nuingiu n-ira»T

by Boston Red So*. Zarilla. 3.1 was used maiWv

M

OVnnnnr and time

given

wa.s II

the «nv slender 2>>esr-old. ("owlet

.I’M

f

Ih *

Hurd p**rmd.

t

time

But ’he Hawk* k*£M In and finally §nt tn goal four seconds hr end of the game It w

lepnrtment with Alt’

in

in»s

q Mima

It

1

Dykes and Gu

Staunch Official Savs Badminton the first half nf the century tori Feingold. * 3 3. and judge Call took hi* place regularly on fhc C.ardner, 7 12. all In favor of defense with such former star* 1,1 M ‘* ** Dykes a* Dlt Chipper. 20 seasons with Ju«t a Giambra. fourth .ranking Boston Bruin* in the National trade a middleweight contender, stag League, and stocky Cy Went- from « gered Dyke* In the sixth round worth. Stuai

tourna fnr ah time

'

r

and

club 10th

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That vet up an all Australian filial as Itartwig teamed with Mervyn Rose in the other semi-final to whip the youthful I S. combine of Ham Richardson and Boh fern, 10-8, 1-6, 8-6, 6-3. Meanwhile, a return match lie tween Tmbert and

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4'i

Mar<-<.>*

ion M'*1* a.* o«* looo Mill r nt v Vtndal oil

I

for,

IOO CIO aar iHiWl

Hikb Cra*4 4 ofl

Aio Marrlll

As

mm*

up December. M. and H

VtrV»i’.i*n

r

M4»**U

I*

Ma-kia

r

Brown Bros. Agencies Ltd

o', Raanrrt 14

A

r,

1b>

44

no

Pan* Mral

14* * jo

*

Am**

)! ,

Pa.’ltla.

spending

ssssaffl

Cl

ji', 1 17'*

A'lan

14

Na.nitl t.*nn* Pta'flr P« a-n Pui'i

•00 Da! ft m ion i.i r. . 800 na, F»oinr 4000 tl.fi.i Oil

78'.

pfrt

O" 8 Do pfd

Mlrlano *700 Ha* }0»|0

!» 1B

rnmnnll

-

t«k* W4Ml4 lana

D’

Aa ,ot*

Uland M'n

*

38 4<1A

rhambar'kia

40rt

r.iall* |

I

100 Oikrtar Oti

l»9io

in ttua office.

Canadian and British Companies

Montreal -Toronto Industrials

* »

4*4 Oiont MkK'Ol I34O0 it* mi 2000 Him]* r* Balia 1000 InO*n

21

A P Cam* Am*l>kink'a4 40 An>)«-Cdn

in

H‘23 Blanshard Street



(,ain* itT.

l.a*if*

a:a«

Insure

Western oils failed to eslab Anglu definite ircivl a ]|«h Canadian moved ahead 30 cents and Jasper was up 20 rents but Calvan dipped 15 I'cnts.

Orada B

_ PtOdlKM —

18* 178 17* jo

A«|>ph|r* W:'.iir»Y

rv*rr*#n

in

4.

.



*S IkO

Rata

on 0*0

moo

tied

problems.

Personal Interest

Claims promptly setiled

n

year was one of 124 cents

h^se

money

charges fpr reasonable term.

2 3

(

neou* industrials, nrh *"•"< *»* *** » Vote was IT0K21* share, for steels utilities, and papers, «>*•• banks were higher while hev- Ihe hv-law, and 34,713 shares Thf* onp nt fh ^ Ingest In metals and against. senior eiages. an ld *. attracted buyers and - The bvdn4Ai»p^es after a senior oils held to a mixed pST broker, from Canada and the vear. and Mr. Borden said dirertern. n "ed States, some represent tors have no present Intention Trading in mines was light of again invoking it. *?K European. Australian and and price* generally higher. Chrnvi gained 21 cents. New Larder 17 cents and L’ntlcd Asbestos 35 cents.

30*

KtAi

ancouver Trading OIL*

P

l

No earning

.

1

111,11 Pa'.*. p. l.rtar I

1.

Wednesday

M tsc^H-«

.

'

'

74

t*

’2

Wa.-ain

Pa

Advantage* of Insuranre With 14

den. president of Rra/.ilian Trac

vvere Ifrrgularly higher at rinse of the stock market.

.

331

a

P»r If c Pkft

jrm

MONTH KAL

4%

n

Mar JuW

1*3 1*4

CnadiAn

*.,rth

.

t

20*

.’

,M

-

lonfl Ba>>ir«i« P-a* lino Bpiio'ifT 7 74UA P»aal*r*** JOO 7144 Tr*n. Kinplr* 47 llkl* Tr«n, Pro 774 7 run* Mountain 78 « 2'* ISO T'18.4 40 4700 ttnl'art 4812 1A'a.* H*vna«1»lrt 7* 1*880 Wlirirb 7J

2)

in

Pa*t Pa-,

Prrtrra'trt

-n

100

>1 4)

i

p»s

M*rt OMUtkAl Mill C1t»

1400 700 9"0 1010 *V)0 2000 3000 4100 3100 1100 1100 40 I 700 1800 4700

*74 13

Kaplorark

J10 Ceil »*>*t*

In':

in',

31*',

I*

44

| IOO' Mav Auptrlor 3J00 NnipAk

44

*4 4(4 9* 119 394

ton C*n A'lanUr Datanian Ml Cin Can Plpaima Can Will**tnn

7

3 Kill I no

74

•'»

1030 Kktlonkl 1400 Naw Brit Deal 11400 Naw Da.nn 100* Na* PtCkl*

IT 491

1*0 • 14 *14

wr*.

114

MarMnld Marrlll

14®rt

431

703

Bar

M*r

aw bar .Com -

31

lb

fl

30*’% 20*'.

no

Krn, Ltnrtovar Oil Lnn> Nikixl

M70 14

>3100 British fmpir* 17 *24 **00 Br tll'4 3* ioo* rainorin 400 *448 Ckl**n Coo* J00 CAB Oil lAltrt* 1*14 Can Colllana, 140

Mpa JIS

Jtt

Jnpi'ar

l

Western nrits closed higher with a few more small gains than losers. Canadian Collieries dosed five rents higher while Merrill lost 2n rents after being down 10 COWS Bt noon.

120

Opan

Iniar-ero,

3312 1400 jn7in son 44800 7400 100 2QI71

Cheek rates with us before renewing

nnf hp misled.

Insurance.

L

higher.

W'»l A*h*»»

JOOll



l<

J*

toiiiiwra 4
“s

International Nickel led ha--e metals higher with a SI gain Juniors showed little or no change. Uraniums were led higher by Golds Chlmo. tip 19 cents. rinsed, with senior* and Jumoi-s stronger and a few prospect*

Toronto Oils

c'*n

104

Union Minin* 3*0 UnUad A»b

400

34

7100 Hu«h P*fi, 4100 loMtllkl'OO Ja. ,nif* 1400 Jaruln 1,000 Joburkr 3000 Jon*l Qori>#<

104>

40

Tnmblll

3410

Do



Brazil Sltxk Dividend

foods were and facrures xirongrr. Constructions and re fining oils were weak.

104',

104*, 1044,

ltnW

Tran» R»a

s

3VOO

l**v, 108 ; 104 ,

1*

11100 Tun*»t#n C"'» 11

»

Hrv a Hithland H,:i

R*f

1«V* lOI', 104 ',

m

T#fk-HU«h#a TTionp Lunrt

soil

1*0 Hollincrr >7»ooo M^nri Yk 400 M«4< n

13

41*

23 BurtbufT Cont Sullivan Cona 133 111 Brivanit#

100 Tnibrlt Billar

It’s 24 21 I*

H'

4000 Siatraii Oi«#« «4oo Sualoi

IImiii I.Lkta

In industrials, hanks, liquors, inanu motors, retail stores,



HU] Btadatona

*

Oa Ilian Lak* Hallnoi Hard Rw t

Oaia-

*4

Billet Millar fk'.rs>

liooo 100 3*00 2134 4400 114200

1*0

nranim Ron** 1* Ounnar Onld »94



^ 4710

I1N

OolOrrMl MOO Qol-lrn M*n

I** 414

ono Hilaneo

I4*» '* *10 t»o >4 3«0

1800

14

Ban Antanio Oord Siama

n

AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE

postwar

two weeks

It

143

3814 aiinrlU

1*

w ihe

two,

(4#oatbi# *300 nji A'ba I240U R..*ti# 1. 1 «#

I'HM)

felt

Shareholders will probably in December than it had ever have to wait until nex’ Srptem done Industrial*, base metal* *nd "This Indicates two thing*," her to know whether they will JWA and domestic wheat uraniums were higher through Geu/frey Kills, manager, get n additional payment to were up one-eighth cent, with out. but golds and western oils said "One is that merchanis are the rwiw* ha-uc SO rents a vear. the exception of class two dur- were weak until late In the urns which were unchanged.

M

Hart. nr#

3 ViO*l

f**l

h e r in a n V

pur- supplementary dividend of 7'j chase of new automoblie* and certs In February, and the new 20 cents dividend will .be intro. television seta. The Credit Bureau of Victoria dti'ert with the March 31 distrl•tays it made more credit reports bution

r»l 1*3 114

IONOON.

END NOTICE

for goods! however, not even. Smaller electrical

their

Out Nir*#l

3400

t*

Dim m*4 lint Dnnaioa ,0A r«*t Amplt. ran Wiitri'f I 400 4000 fk,i Run 1024 Laki SuUitkn IMfio )»>i Mrlklt 3400 Hi1*f

Mar

Q*i#

m

Many_ people

134

Oa»

3100 Pf»»I’)tl 3140 Prnao A f»ail 40A 1* 4900 On# C ODD" 13 4000 Qm» Labradar



sales

m

e

o

started

MONEY TIED *3

Pinnarr Onld

94 Ptarar

D*0l*rik

)•

Prrinn

PUrb Or* Ct«*

U"

N

which m merchants

Christmas ever. Other merchants report that buying was Ipss enthusiaatle ,nan u>ual

Pit kl»

I0M

YOM



Nntiee is hereby given that the regular Quarterly Dividend of 22 1 * cents per share will he paid February 1st to all shareholders of Class “A" stock on record as of the 15th, of January, 19M.

(

1100 Ptmour Pore •800 Pktbae 1200 Pk*ma»'*f

1300

»0

for

sired radios. n Some of the appliance dealers cay that this was their best

l.ak*

Mil Pf'i'M

rini

30*

Cfo»»h4r«

no

Unrh

1-1*

O Brl*n O !.»#rv

Croinm

IOO Horir 4*4 Hufl4Uii

J II

made up

it

appliances as well as television had the host of the market. One supplier was completely cleaned out of hi* stock of small

In* •

Oh**«s

ConiA'irum

4400 Coni Roe h*"# 1000 Con* Bonro'™ ioo con***' r*p

400

vtprlin*



Demand was

X

1.33

KVI

VOB

1000 r*>n» Ai'oiia 1*000 Con* D>4* Yk >11414 Con» Mfr»»* 1*00 Con* Orlkf

V,

Ml

«ino Norlb t)enl»on

n

310 b 14

*100 rolnm*'- V» 400 C010*lr*aBi 300 Conlk|a«

*«t



200W1 Nubar Min** NuflaUfiia

1M

loi’O

*

Khl.OW KAPKt TATIONS Vancouver down ip wa mer-

get

UNEVEN DEMAND

Nnrmual

IU

Chrommm

1*i«0 Hrafl

t



1

lower

exported today's almost wiped out the drop on s H since the industrial the November figures.

iota CLOAK

e,>.U./l

Chtmn

400 11*100

«1

2 74',

& Co.

View Street, Wtnris. i-C.

Chustmas and spending

before

performance average had risen to a new high since Marrh 27 and was at a

Torlav** Dollar

MW

Chlbnu* Kip

l*non «0on •400

a loss of' a few cent*.

Many had

,

Ckn^dikr. dpllar

*oo Central Pare

*.4 *1

showed

I29.0IX.

M2





rrmher

8T

Rf*V

thr day-in

for

Rails performed better th3n hut they, too, ihe industrials felt slight sales pressure late in ihe daw Utilities were the first years. average their and to ea se The rush

I!

U8

1*IfW Ch**<*r*ll!*

looo tM* a **4 t>om*

ting their lows the last hour.

VF'.R:

duJlar Fo'iod »(*r.lbf

100 Caill* Trail, 110 Central Kir* 1*00 Central Pat

l\oo

0.20

1

Nr. Lstnrrr* s»* Is f Or Nr* M.iinu Mr* Mi»hrr

8000 fit'll

Campbell R L

HIM

0.30

29

Dlls Sales:

Cariboo Hold Caiklar A«b

1000

ANCOt

\

Golds B»%e metals

110.4 »

:«40« pr.» 0«l*" Vifl Nr* Dirk 4024 M.w OoldviM 13*00 *«* If st* 1900 Nr* Hukfl

BuritloCtn B iff Rro La** BjIIBoj Yk

13*1*0

up up

Trust BuiM'itc

I

store,

Industrial shares, day's pace. firm in the early dealings, gave ground by inches through the remainder of the session, set

71

.



Trading lightened from Tues-

Sh V pi: 331 ,000,

M.rrlli I.l.nil

Wirun* C.orp 100 Ston.'k Pnrr 4000 N,t t»l> N*«h|l' 1 aSIO* 1000 Ka« Al«»r

440 Buinlo >9000 4?*l«»r Bo*l Chib

%

92.70,

Papers

Pulp.

Jkilfl

i

•M

1X5.10,

Utilities

t-

M.nior 3100

I

t,V|M Br«wi» H I. *i0 Rio*.I»nR»*f 30MW» Hrunh'iral 3**HMi Br *mi' on 4000 Butfodlann 1000

a

»>»

in

gruntthat

is

|J

SIDNEY ROOFING A PARER «©. LTD

countered some resistance.

10400 Mkf 1) MkUflia 1000 Mirrtu

• -V- Bini» Vu*rm *'00 Boo to • inooo Bon* l. • 1000- Boi
XO<>0 .00

0.71

0.05

MONTREAL: Indusl rials

ttt’rrn

01

up up

,

2100 M*'I.-c-k»hu 100 \f*4,an R t 1000 Mttin.t



H«** M»'*l*

10800 Bt-kA L'ron 4’00 Rat'Ha-DiiQ 2000 B*»ve; l-*rt«* lv.OO Bellrkeno inoo B.r.ni R.v.r 1*400 ft.nour'

X9.QS.

Shares: 3.451,00®.

MAtUookld

2000

100 Bkr.u* Muir* 400 JUrimin BlOft

Western Oils

kOO l-vn* V k lino y*. •••••

I

_

Rase Metals

UMI8 1.M

iJitlk

1000 Isu.ifO'iri

)*

4)81 A Vi no >3100 Arillilxm, 100 Riuml' 1*00 B,(n»>

late

In

The other

’lelrpi»nM;.F4l"l art* higher." Mr. Kills ‘believe* the worst W'HNiefO VANCOUVSR Mf» feature for the future Is the roRowrn MONTH I AL level o# employment that _ prevails in the district

retailers Victoria Leading found their December sales be tween 15 and 20 per cent higher than a year ago. thanks to a late Christmas busing ru*=h.

-_

52.49.

U,, Ja

fUioi*

Lok*

A’.A

00

14

Kn

Jf.11

>«'.» K it * tsk.joob Kirk T»*Mlw M'-QS'Kliudik# K.no 11 k»0 JOO i.*»a*
An Aron L*»d

| .00

If

14' 10 K*rt».7colt

,Y»

tvw *m*r N*sb Am.ncan V*

imio

too An«lo-Murno 11400 A»klo Itoom Uir. ;»

ing credit credit *al£s

Colonist Business Editor

Job.

Jnt'rtinirni SrruritMt

-

showing more mutton

YOUNG

BY 1IAKRY

TW,

Amos UMllod

A. E. —

Wall Street

EX.

Victoria.

Colonial

***

•'•*!

ti

*

W*

Blue Brand Steer Beef si

Oil Permit n Given RKGIN'A (CP»— Imperlsl OH cranfpd 6 Vi, 000 seres of land in explore tion permits t*ken out In the Porcupine PlRins Hudson EUi dtsfrdct of SRKkutchewdr. about 125 mile* exit of Sesketoon.

I2d

he* bopn

53c

Blade Roast

T-Bone Steaks

Grown

At 9»re 9

Hours:

s.m Di $ n m Wednesdays

IT.

^aton C

(chine hone removed), lb •

»

ssau

Jail

RiUaiKQurL 1 3 27 to atay were she u*a* uni aentenred to V) navs Police offlrw directing _ yea on December 19 in n»y police conn

Stfwarl

Mr in

by

Costs Sooke a

KI(.\AI,

to

terday after pleading guilty



MISTAKEN ,hp

,nlf1

>

rm,rf

company

T,

I

n

sbe

br

Sooke

r.ihvm ,

sr p

wife on Decern

hia

Man $20

Vw*»ri.

flatly (T-okniiat

Charged with true and rnm

ms

rnurt

w

police

cm

was

toT?

I

thought the officer had aignal employed a taxi d lr< * or ,n ahra ^’ him regular wage FrwJ Fur)oU p h F)pln over time, instead •It***, f, n ed S35 when he pleaded overtime rale, wa« fined S2.50 pleaded guilty to crossing Cospu ,|,y to A c*p arp
14

Btwtks Correct

t,

traffic

tall

assaulting

Keep

Failure to

Term Imposed

,

he ronv4 n lent

2 \.

*

.

.

Hume

fUir

Cedar

2fi47

Hill.

SOUR STOMACH?

when

.

.

,

,

\ lolet Robert*.

province and there

population of Washington state on December 19 was in col- December 17 and. because he to ooncentrated In the citlca of Htion with (he tear of another A fftr driven by heart lor plain Seattle. Spokane and Tacoma. Haultaln was In collision with at Catherine would la* the n *d l'*‘ r Spewing up the contents of his pC'd'l**, he stomach over the polbhed sur son on earth to deny his hospl«al»iy to any New Year s Day la.-e „f the ballroom floor This was enough to leave a taller because of the cuyof his the mouth of one “‘at had taste

fr«*e

liquor

One man honored the hospl- derstarid.* this warm tality of Government House by has a

Tiy nanxi**

lor

t»« taim—

REACH FOR A RENNIl

l

In

>onng man who having reached h*s majority, w*« taken h\ hi-

poor

[

Demm-racy

However, there are limit* There are none of us so in these booming days of provincial prosperity who ran j|| afford a lie. nr * cake nf snap or me price nf a **fety razor rions.

lather to hi* first New Year s reception there hasten to add that neither tne v«*#»g man nor hi*- promt nent parent were guilty -nf «u»’h |iarha rnu* ronduet.

EATONS

blade,

There i* no room for the unworked kempt the unwashed, and the

that over

waits for the big January Fur Sale

The wise shopper

wan red when

fur coat she's always

longed for

.

:

.

and buys »he

confidence, remember voyr fur it J guarantee, "Goods Satisfactory or Money

EATONS

Thursday,

.

Buy with

and save.

.

.

BATON'S famous

harked bv

.

See exceptional \«!ues choose the luxurious fur you’ve

prices are low.

throughout the month of January

Features

Muskrat Flank (dyed) Full-Length Coats and Trotters Note the

full

controlled bark«. the deep turn-

ruffs, the scroll collars

back opera

Baum

the new

.

.

,

note

Marten. Ranch Mink, Alaska

you'll want one Mink and Sable dyes for your \er\ own. Sue* 12 »o 20 Special, .

Although

this

formal attire

.

.

is

workaday die-.-. of ihr un the tiuniar d hold, labinet minister* and «ome par Kon*. for moat of our men it i* reserved for fashionable wedding- and cpuallv fashionable

the

rhurrh attendance That tv why there !• the allper\adtng odor nf moth hall*

Monthly Pay'hient* ns la»w n* 11. 2S

No Down Payment.

riertaher.

NO

all purchases of furs during the month of Jan-

On

DOWN

FAST RELIEF FOR

uary only!

PAYMENT (.ah

I f

0 \rr

ri\

Mtacknl

rr

l.'i-Onl C.harjrp

V ANCOt 'VKR trpi A city assaulted by driver one of run pa avenger* Tuesday night over an argument of 4T>

• Budget Plan

• Cash • Revolving Credit • Charge Account

wu

taxi

• Deposit Account • Lny-Away Plan EATON'S — Kura,

cents.

The

driver,

J

Church,

Second Floor

told

u«t al larked when he demanded payment of 45 rent* police he

for repairs to a hole burned In the rear seat uphnlsterv After a

i

larking

fled

the

To You, the Working Girl A New Password for Looking Immaculate

man

the

driver,

on fool

.

When

.

Children It’s

EATOtrs

Your

for

Th#y hov* a w*mi*rf»!

bttw*«n-m#al snack which fl.vts

them VITAMIN C

Flanmng

a w*-*»k In

Banff?

and th* valuable

end on the slope* of Ml

PROTOPECTINS*

newlv developed

Frevh

orange* are an outfit

excellent source of

Swl|,nW»|, .•-•In.a

tout hem

KATC1N S look trim,

.

.

.

.

.



dine in

slacks

inetnirfor atvle *kt

a«»nrfed

colours

»l?e*

.

to

12

.

.

ali

lR

4

*•••» III*! ml •ran,* h*l« yaw aMor*

“Snowflake

I*



the

tirenton

nn

in aki clothes that

Island 7

P*el free and easy on the downhill run rhoose from feather-light parks* water and w ind repellan* foot and sleek gabar-

Vitamin C a* well a* the important Protopectins, and other value*. Alwav* keep a fruit howl full of treefresh .Sunktsr Orange*' *

you

nr i vy*ek-

. .

,

area

akt

lei

Vancouver

A

Ka-

"Irving" of Montrea nylon parka* Kach

mH>mr l**C« ,au mm>

Other*

,\,i .

.

m*«re slaving over a hot ,

ahedr trate

What

more Pa« ton

s

man made

fibre

,

.

.

*nd that

Dacron blouse will we*r always look a* white a* the day

mean* *our longer

von bought hlou*e«

Enjoy the rich

TANGY

*ure

TREE-FRESH

a

ala
A. 95

tt's

from California and Arizona

fro/* ferry /*» tee Am/ Tre^r Msrk #* /Ae ibtm a/ /A# ereefw Atrefl
t

I’nni,

add see DaCTon

working

girl «

grrj

.

.

to»

a

cJa*«tr

.

of

Quilted Parkas Treated ra\nn bengaltne t retard waist dc'arhabir

FTla*-

bond,

fti'l null'ed lining four roomy porkft* Wine green grev ffnvv

«e*r

12.95

wardrobe

—Kpnrt*\» mr.

EATON'S

Sunkist * TA#

d

FATON'S now

shirtwaist *rsi, *bai in

Other*

W»»nit Floor

JUICE!

There's abiolusclv nothing to equal juice squeezed fresh from a Sunkist Orange. It has that delicious tangv California flavour ('anauians prefer! Drink a 6 o*. glass nf Sunkist Orange luice every day!

Make

at

VN «h*| g^t'iardu.a

Pair

because dirt Just rant peer

dirt,

this

shape after

tailor r«|

keep* da well

dozens or sudsing*.

meons

Downhills

toning

fabric stav» wrirrhle

wondrous

this

free,

i

R

short-sleeved

*hirtwai*

convertible collar, in white only Si/ee 12 to 20

Fji.

h

BATON'S— BIoiimhi.

S^.oiuI

M.-.r

SEE BACK OF THIS PAGE

FOR MORE

EATON NEWS

fetnre

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“Goods Satisfactory or Money Refunded"

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(ESTABLISHED

NO. 22

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M< luKIV. HHMI.SU

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Inquest

Time

Stitch in

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Brothers' Funeral .... .... l A n i< Mill hell died Mr*

=

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tecQvea haft In he treated In . , ,, , Hospital for Ihe Royal Jubilee

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t

fit Show Costumes in do^ 000 Worth $ 500.000

Ray Maitland Munro were only

1 a ff 1

# I

;

l.p top

-

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£ V /)/)

iape for the nexl show

Dining

every

p*Tfnrmatice

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i* and peddler* |n m B'*lng to start push eilher a rubhef»finger *tall nr tn silver The police officers said they ,1H foil, he said Thi* I* done cross and Joyce *ng tfie stuff > hp said tyn jjie evening of so it mav he cart ud in the mouth without having ihe gelatine Walker. 385 Anson, (rum 3367 capsule melt. Savannah Street in Rl.inshard Des ember 6 she and'Matgaret Ca rry mg in the mouth allows tha cart in to swallow fhe N|, went to Fi^arl Stll-ei Street where Cr-iP paiked a iJUTOTV ff a poTtre ntfwet

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W', ll a« Cowlchan Station. Shaw- at the scene for about one hour Cnviimirv *een in Ice Cycle* carefully afier each fully after perform performmgan Ijike and Deep Cove, early in Hie evening, and did nm nf 19M this week at Memorial anre to make certain it is in pershape. ( I.AI mK RI.MOV ED have to be taken to hospital Arcna are worth a cool J.YK), feet ahape. Only tlv certain cleaners ean cleaner* can Mr. Bonner explained that until 11 pm. Roth men were Hack nn duty The show carries wiih it 10 handle lie a Job from Ice Cycles. Cycles, tv for* 1929 property large case* containing over fiflO and it it * a big nrder order a* the owner* had the privilege of not yesterday. ihe cleanSensitive ga* testing instru eostumes and the lot nf taking ing bill ,*et of ro*t,tme* hill for the set costumes paving school ta.ve* After that lime this rtau tie w»* taken out ment* were taken to the build rare of ihe*e fall* to Wardrobe will run better than 12.000. J2 000 through effott* of the minister log verterdav hv ga* company Mistress Vera Lundberg who vear *ome n „ yPBr * nf 1h eo* nf education. He continued, "It official*, but no Trace nf ga* ha* been with Ice Cycle* for tumr* -* were cleaned in Victoria V.ctona four year*. I* mv opinion tha' a* far a* could be found, they reported hut thi* year all costume* hi* year costume, were n C. Klertnr spoke amen yes Railway Company t* wri before the large show In her Utile room backstage Heaped concerned and parties who have terdav *ald ll»e\ are going To Verb lake* rare of Ihe numer left Seattle Seattle so there There I* *o Intle i* Iml# bought pi open ie* Mom them, continue (lie investigation. ous ptohlem* of dressing the likelihood Ihond of a big cleaning joh the system of paving lava* l*ei former* making rapid enter for Victoria. siiould T»* Hie same " I>i*ni'i repair* between ai't* and ituiking sure cosluitte* ate in \ >IK T\\ 4 BI K —

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Th«* closest *MMir**e of ga* to the *io re i* a main, about lit fff*i nut tn’n he .u.ri>et from the store front. Electric workmen dug it up and found it in be ruptured.

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in Victoria

A man who worked as an undercover agent in the narcotic* fKircb they found n parcel. world of \ -mrouvei explained xopie of the addicts slang An element of mystery ..**** „ in a Plu V uu c\ ei show Cruw ihe drug trial at op\ police court weaiyrdjiy Te,.M the hearing wnon meRf? ](i .name of another alleged drug vvhat Const able Stephen Runyk RCMP Vancouver lived with Mr p n)UfJfoot peddler waa wrttlen on a *^B#askeii addict*, thieve* prostitutes and dope jieddlerx for two ... ,, ,of paper but not mentioned in e * month* In 1930.

Cyril Jones Investigation Into Ihe strange p w „, possible but highly death, and sickness of three improbable, because nf the lack other employees, two city de- n f mlur in the building,

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the nr appliance* io Source of the mysterious ga* *"'* that is helieved to have killed building. Hospital authorities stnod by her wa* Ihe object of an Intense search by pu/J/led B.C. electric Ibdr diagnosis of poisoning by a toxic gas. and a theory was Worker* ymlrrdiy. advanced that if tnli?ht have . tK.,. n

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"If mxovMii we .-an go ahead anvwsv," he said. "We ma> have a tremendous amount nf missionary w»»rk to do.'

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If they refuse *atd W N'lcnll*. chairman of the regional hoard, ihe money can still bemused for preliminary survey work

hopes io -,ei up a permanent advisory office and op*|«(< on a ceremonies Frklay si X In the Mon(ere) maslrr area plan. In November. city council went on record at an officers are f’ere l^che president; P Jamieson lnfrrma.1 me«-ting with the Town F'lannlng Commission in favor flist vice-president; Hugh Gray and Alex Rae. second vice- presiof the idea The resolution added * proviso however, that the dent* and directors Stan .lames R. J. Ream, FI P, O'Connell, other municipal ft If* also agree D. J Middleton Phil (lake* and O. 1. Mc^uarrie will be installed at

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ragpr group of young \f h'toria Collrge students was sworn into the Royal Canadian Air Force last night hy Squadron Leader Hugh Campbell. The studenls have enrolled in the RCAF Cniverwfy Reserve Training plan and were Rejected hy authorities in Ottawa and at the college reserve Thi.x

unit Shown from left to right are Rant/. I-angfopd; Blylh Hughe*. Victoria. John I>owood, Duncan, Gary Corbett, Victoria, who led the hisrh school student* in the province in la«t June* matriculation

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Mr*

the Ladle* Au \llur> Letflon. BESL at the recent meeting held in the i Of Ihe South Vancouver branch and Mr* A Laroche a* transfer*, Mr*. A C Craib reported that 362 veteran pat

eembei and Mr*. B Waite reported on vialt* to sick two funerals had" been attended during the month Letter* were read thanking vent* oT the year and report*

and fruit basket* sent out Christmas It wa* derided

at to

send a fond parcel to England

month Mis D. McCulIocIrTeporte^

this

provincial

the

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executive

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meeting and Mrs G W'aLl)«i reported on the making, -of dressing* and bandages at the PVA hospital op the second and fourth Wednesday* of each month. Brine Mr* H. R WTff. i* chairman of the nominating committee Nomination* and in of

stallAtion

take evening,

officer*

Licutcnant-Cmpmor nnd Mrs. Wal<

Mr and Mrs. A H Cox entertained a great number of guests at a delightful alLv-five part> at the Oak Bay Bearh Hotel 'last evening A miniature Chinese farm cart filled with white

patfy given h\ Mr. and Mrs. A Bay Beach Hotel last evening.

flu*

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Pink and white h>a« inth* In a pntterv howl formed a spring like cent! epiere at the te* which followed je*tenlay .* meeting nf t^e Women* Canadian Club at the Km pro vs Hotel, when the rremnei*. of the executive had Mr Willard Ireland, the after noon * apeakei a* their honor guest Attending Ihe ten wen* Mm- F S Fan Miss fesstp Gordon Ml** F*eda Small \Jr* ”3»n»ur pollard Mrs E E l!jv**e> Mr* V' H Wilson. Mrs .1 C Matbeson Mrs. H L Smith, Ml.ss Kathleen Agnevv, and Mr*. Fiiak T. Fairey. *

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Mator John Hebden Gillespie Chapter IOPF met recently, at the home of Mr* H. C Johnston Monterey Ave

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will

pla.-e on Thursday January 17.

His Honor the late pirtuiH at H. Cox at the

SUPERFLUOUS HAIR PERMANENTLY REMOVED R'

Pottinger have returned in their Bank

accompanied

after holidaying in California

by

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granddaughter. Mia* IVhnrah -Green of Berkeley Mr and Mr* lie outlined Pottinger spent Christmas with their son Mr G K Pottinger, cherishing Can; and New Year s with their son-ln-iaw and (laughter, considers super! Mr*. G, I Green In Berkeley eluded the "ton '

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The

marriage of Barbara Hutton and Porfino Kubirasa links two of

mn«

the the

figures In of ro-

fabulous

Ihtefntf tonal world mance and finance

Their

were

live

wfvn each married time

ISO

years ago.

far apart for Mm* first

Mwt

Hutton

was the 21 year old fairy tale American heiress. blond. blue <

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Heller,

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stmo Rubirosa* financial standing at the time of his first marriage is open to argument. One story describes his family as wealthy and socially prominent in the Dominican Republic. Another says he comes from "modest

means" Miss Hutton was

Rublros*

prospered from the time be married and he and his bride

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stormy year*. Rubirosa already was a popu member of the diplomatic corps and fond of the gay. poloplaying Itf^ By 19.19 he was, divorced and on his way to Paris to a new diplomatic post, In these same «i* >ears, the "poor little rich girl" heiress had been divorced, had remat ned, gi\en birth to a son, i»* noli need her American cill/en-

Tone’s wmtopa

marriage.

site

Danish count

tlie

her second husband, count Kurt

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Von Haugw itz Revent low, Miss Hutton said hpr prince, Mdtvant loved polo more than he loved her Reportedly she settled a $2.000000 trust fund on him w hen she divorced him after In 1936. Twenty-four hours

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get warmer, weiier pre After five >nn. Miss Par fashion Early spring divorced ttte Dominican dieted Inter died, 1917, saying he was shows hear out this forecast, Her son, Lance Haugvvitz- iliplortv.il -*4f you ««k the average wo Rpyentlow, n».w a hunky blond a "w.»nderfviJ guy hut he simply nian what the good colors are youth of 17. was the subject of sets io« hsi *« pace for me" divorced bad Mis* Hutton be be hattle going to a year now, from seven-year court a tween the heiress and her >ec Grant txvo years before, though j fJF instance, she would figure onrl husband. She had bedbme a she sattl later, "of all my hu*- ,t was a real guessing game," loved i ary the most ,j M f a k r j c executive \at.l "Bur dtl/en of Denmark to avoid the b.ind work high estate taxes on her soil's hut it just dldn jj coincidence that a j fin -f j U5t Stx years ago the two who inheritance that would be levied 0 j different designers fenjyire *. hy the If it government Then finally married ea. Ii other got |ht. iaJor , tJie a mar: ted for the third f t Rubi- _ nrt . Hnugwits-Re vent low custody »»!,f rosat and the fourth ‘for Mis* He suggested that a curious umes It' was RubiI. their son for nine months of Hut "’* hr a .. Urosa's briefest merger each year. curate guess at future colors by heiress muurii to marriage About the time Miss Hutton looking back a couple seasons to was beginning this court fight Doris Duke It was Barbara's What had been popular hra four year mar in Denmark, Rubirosa was meet- unlmppicst tore. then checking the general mg the beautiful French actress noge to prir re Igor Troubetz outlook of the public for gloomy whom she later called "the who was to be hi* -ecnpd wife or rbeerful undertone* to meaner man In the world" Rubirosa and his three former "Pastel tones were strong in W, In wives seem to slay on Ihe be*t wools last fall *o you know that will carry through this ell of term* lie never has publicly they expretwed disillusionment over spring." Heller explained U marriage except when lie was "We’re bringing tweed In life ad named as the "other man" in (id* spring, though, with new lu* ,w9 recejd divorce stllll. And there arc pastel shades robacco heir Hiehard J Rev- nrw shades of orange that will ,M, popular”

ried

lar

was admtntMcred hy Rubirosa when

said,

his proposal of

is

their ,

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Washington when* pn»r a? the Dominican to

be held o embassy, Later he wa* sent to Ber lin as a diplomatic aide His marriage broke up after a few

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Things are looking so good, Heller continued that not only women but men are about to experiment with new abandon in adding bright colors to their wardrobe*

Porfirio Rubirosa, thrice-wed Dominican diplomat, acts the gallant cavalier* and kisses the hand of his lady fair, heiress Barbara 1 Inf ton. Miss Hutton, or to be more accurate. Mrs. Rubirosa, look»s less than delirious with joy at Ihe moment, but she said she was “happy beyond words.' In the meanwhile Z*a Zsa Gabor, actress, is nursing a black eye which, she

get-

year allowance time alio married

ting HOOikKJ a

I'nqupst innably.

com

depression

a

the biggest many products, even car*." said Heller "In good time* women are willing In take a flyer with bright colors, whether ll’s cars or clothes They get aw.iy from " basic shades

black

the man who was then president of i he country, and now known as the Strong man" generalis

a< the

youthful fabric

a

pany executive who prides him self on guessing color favorites a year ahead of time

an amhltious

officer ui the fw.mini.Mn army, married extremely well for one in hia position lln bride was Klor Trujillo. ilaughter of

who

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* re h* 1 "* P ,in golfer ear Robert Sweeny ‘nto daytime coals for the Dominican plavbov *r **V as the cause of his broken mar *P rin « and * 0v* r a ,0 and dlvon-e from hist n ° * r American debutante wife, the plain-colored slientlt tires.* former Joanne Connelly. There are unusual mlor com x

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MALE PRICK

or hanging on a child's b**f| on »hc closet door. Su< h fun to

make

of

suede and leather Values to 59.00.

Info the zip up into the front Jojo the clown

Ijark .Slippers poi ket*' ffrep

to

p

Pattern 839: Transfer, pattern pieces, easy direct ion*.

Send thirty five cent* In coins (stamps cannot be accepted! for pattern to the Laura Pattern Department. Duly Colonist, vi Front street West. Toronto. Qnt. Print »1ze, plainly name, address, sljle number. The pattern will be mailed from Toronto, and should reach you In two weeks this

28 only, in a broken range of colors, sizes and styles. Regular 39.95. Shop early for one of these. SALE PRICED AT

Wheeler

The

FINAL HAT CLEARANCE Be..

14.95

12.96

Frlt^.

8.96

6.95

Velours and Velvets

reptile

pump* and in

SAI F

thla gn»up.

PRH

sandals,

Values

F

or le**

FAST ACTf NO

COUGH SYRUP

PINIX So Bl»U»nt »•

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f

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of *m»rt

’Toga "

con

PtNft PKF

COS

GFNTRAtr k*

Ham

»*raps Includai/ee but

Broken

for

HALF

f*RM

W.

HALF PRH F

Of B90 ..*»'

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Slip|H* rs

nf smart cosy slipper* in broken *aer to $
(Iroup

$9 Dress Shoes for $4.95

it.

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SALE PRICED AT

$15 Shoes for $8.95 Genuine

almost all sizes to *1500.

$1.49 Toe Rubbers for 50e Small »lzca only In women'* black toe $3.49 value

rubber*.

mi on

$12 Style Shoe* $5.95

NfW! PINEX RUB wdkatwi

rr Aim ns

ntt

Gerxs/m

i

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P'taf (

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SUB

WEAR

LTD

(Formerly Love’a)

of

women'*

style

pump*

and ttrapa. suede snd leather Value* Don’t ml** thi* group to $12 00

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PRH

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LADIES 708 VIEW STREET

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Central Saanich U ornan Buried

ined

l

Speeding

Bailey, well known resiof Central Saanich, were % esierday in ChllJiwa'k. Mr* Railey died Monday In fined four! Vencoyyer General Hospital fol lowipg a lengthy »Une%a She hem ih».* «wii on a charge of had horn « patient in Re*t M<«*dinc a
SIDNEY

Red Plum

Harding. $25

,

I «a«L0n Pie! I plums

,

USfFUl Don't

HINT (nrgB

No. lo

f

RirharW

Jxmn

Cnlea

was

rywu nn

-

lined $20 and

a

charge of indrerm expn*ure.

I d^T-4

,\ov*

of

Rivet.*

oponor rogularty,

»

1

are

little

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IT’S

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>>>

PSYALOty CARRES FOODS

IN

^

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vnlved having delivered a statement of business rlaim within a prescribed time A rornlhwait e report a RF.qt K.ST DRMRI) according tn a notice filed here vole wa« conducted yes The union wa. Urmirce**cfui yeeirrilay on behalf of the dr to a request rnnpeming |ho*e

known

, prn ,

today

,

The

“LAUGH and LEARN” KINDERGARTEN eilh *1i«. n»tl

In fnn)anrlinn

High

Into

Op.nln. .

.

.

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If 10

3 and 4)

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MORE ADVERTISING

worker*, now company hut

iV;,..™,,

.

PLAY SCHOOL and DAY CARE (ages

Your Business

fendants.

1» had asked that CPR laid off hv th<* suh)eci to recall, he allowed to cast hallot* The union calimcd the men ahnuld have been allowed votes under the union-company agreement on .seniority.

SALE

balloting

MISS KF.VDKIC K S

Good Advertising Attracts Customers

af the annual

Wtj unison

Steampships are expeeferi

('nast , n

^

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3.

LADIES

The ordei for dismissal of ar tet day by a federal labor depart and mcnl representative It war he fmn with rnst s against thp plain tiff \s ill he sought for want o l B< lieved about six men were Ip- prosecution, tn#* plaintiff not

Fitter*

Helper? t'nlnn. Local

for the

vote

a certtfi. a. .on

Results of

among Machinists

urr.

.

VALUE DAY

ocvoTernoerov^Harrvl^arTgie: alleged negligence on 'he pan of the law firm of Clcarihue and Gregory in the matter of dis pnsai nf property in which he had an interest.

OnCcrtilicationDueTodav

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Newton Lodge Vancouver Surviving are her husband, at Born in WlarnnMn Mr» Bal lev hved moMt of her e*rl\ life home a sop Fred Of Sard I*. and A supreme rourt order will hr in Elrose Salk The Hatle\ « a daughter. Mr« V 'June Anne oe sought to dismiss actum moved to their Durance Rnari Hnhenadcl of Penticton, a fpr against J B (’lean hue and George F. Gregory

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with

Dismissal

50

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Firm Seeks

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fakfcfL-

TODAY

f1 r

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Scotia,

more than

short *eldnfn mile* in length

Brentwood parentgroup several sear* ago She was a iti^mier of the Shady < roe* I'nliej) Church, the women * auxiliary to the church and the Eastern Star Mount 'he

Of Action

B*\

77

woih

Mr*

member waa

police

cia Bay Highway Ist*nle\ Thorp**

school and two granddaughter* Bailey w»f an active Mr*- Baiiev was a cousin of of jme rainmunft) She screen actor Pennj* Morgan instrumental 4n forming

from Elrose

dent hrld

was

Ylrtnria.

provincial

In

Henry

1



% PALMETTO Fla. (AP> outbreaks of "red tide" killed

New

have thousands of n«h. mostly

mullet, in river* and hays along

the Florida west coast

The red

hyfnoodinium hrev I- i« » mlbrnscople organism which poi*nn*7l*h and turns the. water tide,

p m,

The average

C «»na

l>v/idop

.if

total

25 inrhea

rainfall In a vpar.

a

reddish brovvjh

As we promised this thrilling

ON

putting

at the start of

annual event, we

re

SALE Thursday

at

9 a.m, the smaller items that are

SS

^

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f

+

*

'

of great interest to the

many remarkable reductions 50% and better. Come and make your choice from:

of

KM FATFKS

fJI.O\

Lamb* Pure. r**hmere Bntanv and *nme evening sweater*

uede and

HEALTH

of

full

GOOD

RCA RYES STOLES

HANDBAGS

HAPPINESS—

and

PIECE GOODS Including

— As

store

stores

the past, Purity

Prices

continue to brinq

Effect

in

will

i

QUALITY

you FINEST

LOW

at Everyday

Pparhoc redunes

Thurt., Fri.

foods

prices.

in

and

You

8,

p,,-

k

<

,.

,

;s

39c

j--,.,/

i

23c

r>

2-lb. ctn.

Cream large

of

Wheat. 5-Mln.

pk*

Quaker

47

White,

1

(5at*.

Quick Conking,

5-lh..„_.

Vita R Cereal Ogllvie

Shredded Wheat, pkt Rice Krtapiev Kellogg* a'j.n* P.iee

* TOMATOES A, Choice. Malkin's.

g*

So good so many ways.

/

for

Flake*

p •

for

Grape Nut* Flakes Post's. 12 07

Pep Kellogg'*. I2ne Corn Flake*

WW

Kellogg's

.

12 or

't •

31c 44c 33c 17c 28c 37c 24c ?*c 25c

'

••••>

Swift’s,

12-oz.

3

_

tin*

Shmola Paste U'*«

95

lb

I

tnhn«nn

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Paste

Wat

lb

1

Reg firm

do*vn«t*irt*

TWEED SHORTS

HEINZ

TOMATO

Reg S3 nn

Fancy.

2

.

f°r

33

Just ask for

Reg

Reg

111 00

to

Margene 1-lb.

Reg $1,150

tn $15.50

2

4|

77c

4

For

ROY5 and GIRLS Reg

VOl'THS* Reg $25 00

HAWES

|

HH|*WA*

x

Proferrtkl In Fine

r


Pkt

s V \\|

Home*

or 5

|

Pkt of 12

.'

BOVS'

LITTLE DIPPER CAKE

16c 29c

(nnrnlate

White

-

-

Spiro

Gingerbread

1

OUICK

•SK!

pkt 1

hag.

...

.

.

34 c 44 c

!

12.14

$17.30 to $30 .V

TOPCOATS

14.08

tn $3,3 50

TWEED

SI ITS

.
Pant*

Reg $1A 50

to 110 50

lv»ng

Pant*

Reg $77 50

tn

9.71

12.14

$12 50

BLAZERS

1-lb

|

9.71

TOPCOATS

Block

©

4

m

14.081

*10 00

NO ALTERATION*

TN

2I

NIOR

MEN

and

FANCY WAISTCOATS

now

added

Peg. value* to flS.y) for

29

8.95

9.95

St|JJ

II

a

11.95 %

good aelartKMD of

SUITS- SPORT COATS TOPCOATS Fruit

15-OX.

and

golden

ripe

Grapefruit, White. California Apple*. Delirious

Carrots Celery

,k fr

it»

ih,

Potatoes,

Prvhelt

39c 3 25c 2 29c blinrhe* 31c 2 29c 1 0 39c 2

..

in.

... along with manv ahlrtt iw^afer* aorka and ©»her fumlahlnfa

Cburkwagon Dinner,

Vegetables Bananas,

15-02.

FWf Bnnele** Ham Half or w-hnie

85c 43c 75c 33c 22c

lb..,

Picnic Ham, ....

lb

T Bone Rte*k or

Roa.«f*,

Ib

Sliced Bologna, lb

.

Cottage Ch*e*e, lb.

,Freah Meet Item* for *«!* Onlv

With Meet Market*

ml

Stew,

15-ox.

A Amail Charge tm AHeraHnrv* Refniwli Eldi«nr*e

"Always Good and Reads

United

PURITY

NIRXV—Ne

Stores

YOUR CUIDE TO SAFE BUYING

j

I

4.85

9 lo $.m no

I

f

12 62

$12 50

SPORTS (X)ATS Reg $20 no

1.4S

2.38

2.38

$2 75 to $525

DRESSING \5NS

t JttiaA

19c 19c 39c 59c

0X0 CUBES

a

1

1

<

ROYS' more

194

to $i R5

SM EATERS

JUICE k*UNZl 'OHATW

20-ox.

tn *3 V!

$3.75 tn $4 95

Reg *20 00

HAWES' PASTE WAX ib*. HOOK GIOSS 55C im ... &0C 59c Pint nn,

nf

SKIRTS

Thi« amazing aa!t offer* outstanding *j>erial* in CLOTHTNG , . , many reduetiona of 50% and

Reg

*2 m 27c o 9 9Q r *e W » 29c 9

? m

-

TOPCOATS

nHIHTS

tm tnr

.

re Girls,

SI ITS

from our

Vs

,

Clegpsrr

Ch

alike

Select mn

JUNIOR DEPARTMENT

27

|i

^SAIM0>»

HOUSEHOLD HELPERS

PREM

Good

a

Including.

Good Breakfast

_

Still

OUTSTANDING SPECIALS

Start the Day Witti a

* HONEY

La nella and

\TYELLA SHIRTS

ANKLETS REVERSIBLE W1NDBREAKERS

CHALLENGER COHOE SALMON Fancy Red.

Nature'* front, Altasnveet, No.

DRESSING GOWNS In Suits

and mrtan.

BELTS

9.

can shop in your own neighborhood and SAVE!

,

gtlk»

35c

Cocktail

Fruit

Sat.,

Jan. 7,

su

Funry Ran In

Pa a re rears

i ^

In auede

rhamoi*.

in

*tring

SIEDE JACKETS

Libert'

VERTS

PURITY

your neighborhood

and

and pure wool tartan*

the Sincere wish to you from

ES

l^trge vanetv

Waal

A New Year

ladies



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PAPPY S 'DPP EH AY -SHUN COST TEN THOUSAND

aV VAT

— YO SAVES

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WE LL HAVE TH' KVILL <. TEA THOUSAND J THASS DOlXAHS in 'MORE'N UNDLn A A YEAR hundk.ro - ^ SON n

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thev stooo plrpectlv

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/

one of mcs CiLDOCNs GUESTS 5TDLE MET? DIAMONDS — AND 1/

MONSTER -a



a

7.1954

victors, b.c.. Tb*r... Job

(To Initial

flailii

Animal

21

.

XU*

Ourstiori /tax

German Dog Boasts

Many

ine Qualities

l

BY B KOBI RT 'IM.t.s

He mnk. s

bring*

an

ideal

Kver vim** the l*»t,dog kbdW wafeh/Ibg and a fine |«*t for vounf ehlWwi: which a Weimamner have been nsked by TRAINING TIP ivk n. I M’veral people tn write *ome If you own a Weimaranrr and 11 me about the history of this wish to tram hint yourself, re breed The Weimaraner u very member one important thing;' ness in tH runt merit although dnn'r ntart ir.iminr* him when " i-v were neveiupeo in neimar, he is too young and remernoer Germany ns long ago as 1K|0 *bai he is a highly intelligent The name is pronounced "Vy animal, don't push him mar on er" and means "one who Mr. T. I.. wants to know es in Weimar li This is the show standard" weight of ily whore, the breed was nr! a Manchester terrier. the pinaHy' raised to hunt a. There are two classes Vf'filve*. deer, hear and lions foaund upon weight.' entirely which lived in the -nearby for namely, the large Manchester. e 1- He wa* considered *1 valu-, weight from 10 to ’/<» pminds; able that many years ago the rhe tov Manchester weighing as VV«n merit »*er club of Germany Utile as it is possible to breed allowed .its m<*mlxTi to keep nut ewoeiiing seven pound* All onJv those puppies Which meas pi her parts of the standard are wed up to its high standards tire same for both of the rd looks, personality and ability Idanses. That is tire reason that all Wei I’RH wants to know what is maraner* today look tin* same rhe cause of chorea and what and have the same wonderful are the symptoms'’ hunting talerrta they had long

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when he is huntine. It is said that he ran run almost as fast a- a greyhound. He has a line head w,th he a ti Dful Intelligent blue g, e V or yeTtnw brow n eves Ills tall lkh off bui his leg, are long and so powerful that be can work all day without gelling tired In spite of hi* ri»« cast-, hi* can

If

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do K years ^ rP one. hnw "dvisahle. in order to

much and he may

U

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live for

* vold f " r,h ** r pain, and If your v *' t advise, it. to have the dog P u * ,0 "b-ep. A ,hort reminder, folk* Be

Sl,r<* ,ha * >" ur animals have a drV pi***'** «•» »k<4»|*. H 's pretty peeping outdoors in the » *i and very cold weather. Because In* original (human kmd ,f weather we have been having lately Dampness is the breeders wore so proud of hun " f rn " 4 ' ,,f ,,IP Tr ,* s ' they Heated f.im like - hug-*’ niilm a «. es peclaD y dogs, as well ms i om pan inn IrUnlor.

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TENDER. SMOKED,

ROLLS

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Malkin*, 15-0*.

and

si

lie

A

COTTAGE

r.R.ADE A or B

s ** v

START SHOPPING IN « TOP SPECIALS ()l IN \YI — SHOP BAR

Grade or B

Natur»llj Aged

twitching of

the murle's, the -grey ghost" because of his f»rhapa of one part of the body, ntisual short sliver colored coat Perhaps
BE WISE

“ECONOMY BEEF

oiSTK.MPKR

A. This tx a disease usually an excellent pointer and soft fnHnwing diMemper It consists with . a ve»v

la

retriever

mouth He has been nicknamed

WITH OI R ECONOMIZE

54

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MIRACLE MARKDOWNS FROM W ARKHOt

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BRUSSELS SPROUTS DRY-BELT POTATOES DELICIOUS APPLES

HOSTESS CHAIRS I’RH K

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CABBAGE

chance to wave on ihat



extra chair

wool frlc7 e

*

BANANAS

23c 39c 14c

2

SPINACH COOKING ONIONS

.

,

2 6

LEMONS

2.. 17c

.

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39c 24c 13c 23c



with comfr xprlng

c,

Prices Effective January 7th, 8th, 9th

16

fteatitlf««l

10

.

Now's your

B

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* 50

BURNSIDE WEST

1021 wooi.

HILLSIDE AVE.

COOK STREET

* 230

2187

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KHir./.r

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Recliner and Stool rrliw Altered

from SirtB OO

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MARKETS

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4

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Toward

(he

Mater

HEINZ

and

PRODUCTS Tomato Soup

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14-«*

una

2 ».29e

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2

49.

Domestic $hort«nin|

29c

2

49.

Snowflake Shortening

24e

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Pork and

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Maple Leaf Soap Flakes Is

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rairruir ted'i'orai'd and in Tba hmrn la unmarulata and in moduion R'ad* to «o*a into

intarivr

Nil lo»

r

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Mm

additional outlay

ttltboul

-d

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NEW— N

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grea

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£1137

H

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$9500

-

Lia.

$9500

-

DOWN

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r.

a

.vfii’it

rvrs

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OIL-O-MATlC

Standing no blah grouiui *y*rv rrfhdog a nlrluaa and art In a brainltul cat dan, :nro *gn rat* It ttp« bungalow a Va aide bail, to living room 2JalV. bull brlr a lit to. ate a ;ut lit n cti >3*ift» (tnitbrl patio n ulto tint



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tn

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mom M’A

ri«

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r» n

»iru

hu»

A

.

1

m.i* prick oxt r

W

Woodley

5 Large Room's

1250

Sq.

Iraturet

taanlnga tpaatt

of

many

.a

Handy

HoncH'man's Special

CORDOVA BAY ON THE BEACH un

•rt'ltue

M

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ti

J

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WATERFRONT



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Room

B

G

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nar.t

to

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hut ali_Jiea' ,[.* liar: barmen' lot and drv Prl-ed to tell "7 tf c Prlea * lh tern. «, 2>0/ tail Mr. Uilnr. K*ea, Li till

LIMITED rw iocation

Daman



OIL

1C

1

9

A GOOD BUY

YEARS OLD" •

lla'ed

lit*

P HAJd

f\r« lent

* ! 7»

$6950

a

1

utir vote umlouhttdJIy

to

.on is

I

most

ihe

ROOMS

6



A-

I’oAncr.

Brook l\n

;i

p«rstman.

(••lit

f

im.alirrl

iirnprl

hi* it

|r*nricnt

over

roumlft. In i hr

of hi* khil.on.

But

$2500 »

aya

ur-fint •

CnrlqUa*

«(i.^a

(a

THE

1

five

milp trolley

rl«le.



quality

Mil r*n

b*

hr.mr



i

0



t

fo ihe deputy chief in * pool nr In rh/irge of unifor/Tu-d *t*iry

tn

the

T

U#

,cftr!t*n

THREE BEDROOMS BASEMENT

JUBILEE DISTRICT, $1750 DOWN

n

bun*

eiaaaa

at


b'
fu

s89oo

» *

Trlil.

DUPLEX

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(L Oat>rr

Ott

-3*MATT(-

»f»

BY

.SIDE

.

$7500 $6850

HOME

"SIDE

$7500

BLACKWOOD AND BAY

$12,000

DISTRICT

m ,h

‘r

Yc.



V-

$25,000 A FAMILY HOME

Id*:

Mr

UNOBSTRUCTED SEA VIEW REDUCED $1000

...

MEHAREY &

P.

CO. LTD

v,r " " Tnrrr

*

HART & COMPANY, LTD.

RITHET

M»mbar

C. N.

-

o un

>.ua,na

ground*

’.anting

tcar.a

bbBuai

rpltt

lull'*

SEG.USION

aaa

Osnar

gaj*#* at pgyr

nil:

of

***ry

and

tn*

•»»

and

a

«.*.* bom* ha< Ilyin* and alining

tartar

a

baavanant

b.gb

SAANICH TERMS TERMS

TERMS

UPLANDS •it la

farnar

A

,.«*a

DeligF'ftuI Sett.ng

$8400 -SEAFRONT— OAK BAT

$6500

HAWN IG AN

bung a

'n

hi a .lying roam r ar** faoiln g.’-ghan .an

i

man

dfCiiin

'||

OAK BAY

S 179

Complete Contentment

brJrnonia ao

M

-

$2).500~TfV,NG 00ARTFRS A^JD o

iUi-.bita*

.

STO.R£

THE ROYAL TRUST

bu»T-

<



a

-ROOM

n.a

hr

* -

a

rag

RARRMC-h-r

$16,800

Ky

homes fiam yyyn.agi

BROWN

P. R.

ATMOSPHERE

RT7tT«

v„rt. .a

or^j other See p«ctures buys m seafront ond seavew

$7950

QUIET COUNTRY

HIGH QUADRA

$9500

X** banding

4

COMPANY

HEISTERMAN

TW<

bair.ro-.m

ba»< l/P g Mil H*r aay f<.rr**r* Baguiiful y^rt niynilghiyia 1 l.lSTHl «r*-.ft

.avaningg

ru»'«nr*.

hn

na

$8200

lb tr man I

1

ant dining r««n

TaA

Prmtfslf

A txmk RRPKOOM*

aj»g.

G 03

ynan i« a TH pit • g»4»fgl a s**r

$2800

• gy-‘'arr »»qa* »n

M'

TOUT 4nutT

Co'.h

$14,950

TELEVISION

W.th Ificame



1011

OR NOT

IT

$9500

STEWART CLARK & CO G

A.

M.

Ct..*j •»

IH R

TAYLOR SPITTAL A CO LTD.

SI 3.500 anhy hair ia

rra

DOWN to

baatrli

ha'»rc*m

fbm-yua

"W

Vita

BELIEVE

BRENTWOOD

91711

u away fma

fr«m

ar>y mb.n 'yaff* virva w> tin ib<« »yng*-ty ai .a

•retiir

ar -mairr.4

n: rang*

IMIm t»riq(

Prara

Cb4

Mr

*pa»rt

and Rtrb Off*ra

-9*n

ah

It.

g

$10,500 *

**•’

>4141. t**a

.

i

BuutsuAai)

(nun

THE ROYAL TRUST

O fi:

HEISTERMAN & CO H2

WITH

t

Wrigtta.

i

»:a'<4HARO *T

THi

CITY BROKERAGE

DUPLEX— SIDE-BY-SIDE CITY

DESIRABLE DISTRICT $8950

m \M t4frnwo

ii

I!1P

n gaiag*

CLOSE-IN SPECIAL

$8500



$10,500

$14 950

BEACON HILL PARK $5900

500

a***;

»ak»

lf««t ba

frad*

1

rrqoat

titrbgn «ilb bar dining «-^sr* aa Prrnorika tour pm» I. aaparala Uia.i ahaar; uilllly *a
Psm

S

WATER VIEW

playroom and auiomaUr family non:* tha’ •oui« b*

:

af

BLAS3HA..U AT PORT

I.J

R»f)R.S>MA a*mr. ki-

-

Tudor

*-«•

na. >rq or

MONTAGUE ro to

FREE--

B 4251 ooa rmo riAR

TURK*

DOWN

BY THE SEA

GILLESPIE,

,r 1,1 ,T " wrr $ 2.000 h "' ZlU WATERFRONT in nt ft R*al Roala Buarg

BROWN

R.



LEACH & SPARKS

b*yr«bap*r



i

$3000

U

WALKING DISTANCE $7500

novmsutUT

til

»:•

OAK BAY WINDSOR PARK AREA

’a<

REVE

$10,500

rtma* r»
$12,850

$7950

mu

It

1

EA VIEWS. OAK BAY

1

ICrt’B

R*«4 In ?oqy (rth.'' cart »f

!•»

FAIRFIELD

$7000

FRASER BISCOE

AT

ahnw you till* Ra, Cat* ra. R 1(14

SPECIAL-

»rpa>«

ng, inp

DUPLEX

'*«*«

,...

ill

LOW RANCHER

SAANtCH

$6950

}UIMALT

,<1, ‘

fla ir*

mt am uno mi

JT

MODERN STUCCO 4 2 ROOMS

SUITE

$6750

bur»>

rnvr «

lit-

I

ahrub ranga

YORKSHIRE

hark

fi*r

,,

t

mile*

compaH and

A

$13,650

1

five

i

p*r*

Oftlra T»4U Rr Colqtitu ill Y. or

Mme

mde

Wrm

.

,

rmi$ n i.m

rv»i

GOOD

Limping badly. Mr. Pnsnrr mounted the trolley again and

pr'Hfu

LAND

ah is KC AL ka a

v

S5800

$14,500

poltce GONZALES AREA in The Iru Brooklyn. epertor Mid he muUI do TERMS nothing, hut directed Posner to n desk ^ieutenant in the *™mr huildlMR -There, sifter hts stor>was duly noted on the pnltre hlofter. he was told to report to Ihe bureau of detective* *l«n In the hiulding OnTv after Mr. Posner retold an Jaik la 1g»r, R *441 «tn(-> his tn rleteetives tshn made oui two report*, each In tripltrate form did he discover ttie f>nllre station he was in hail na Rrmighw* ami n«» turlAdlclIon nver the area in aa Ifh he had found Hie nickel, lie would Hanp tn to i epoi police headquarter* In the district. |ie was told. 7>t"per 1

B.C.



$7950 lit:

it





ilardaai laana tt g and at mix Irrata

Ta*a« Hat purvha »
Kr

hi* • lib t»rm •

told

SIDE

IN AT ONCE THREE BEDROOMS CHOICE OAK BAY LOCATION

t

i

a

BY

MOVE

1

I

1

mrilioils^es^ie

at a

1

M

a

t

SIDE.

fry

y

i



After



i

$8950

HIGH WILLOWS UPLANDS BORDER

tin*

old. thli rerr

(in

$1500



direi

i|#«

"SEAFRONT" IN THE CITY

r(a*ittivr

m*n- would have none of it. rant' t taMimtla laagail |li>< iSmi (a loyal* in n* r^r>m I4>7S sen Hr directed .Mr. I’osner lo • aa r»,»i«.a and InllH-m t«aiuiay (llW* • a » «. import hlg find to the police. t»« rtintna room arm I. a «il *’li T».i h a r4 * a lour a Mtiry the r«»ln had n<*t be«'n i.iirly brHnmti • to ft* f«ur*|>iara ba'h aabmat aiaetyt.- klt(l>*n atatratay picked up on gou-mment prop- *o'r«nr' ba«am*nt *lth tub* ar. t>a.-»ag*4 Ott O Ms^ir hrtt-aty hasUng erly, Rypirtt* uii> ping Mr. Posner arrived at police lieadquanem Believing In

in6

BEACON HILL DUPLEX

then

alxo an honest

fttiprrintrn«l<*nl

i

p.m'-.g" Mr fnliu ‘g 4JI T

$13,950

xuporm

.l

-

<>

OAK BAY NORTH

MkMMtS

,

>thra, till]

and room f«r gaygan ffi.raii

•r. •rt

i

h««

’.akamryii

*Ua

urn

t

t

bw.'tn'nl Pu 1>R1V* IN A1LA • E

t,

tsbixat kitgha.i had room to-

I

|h

•.<»

HARDWiuOll

sml*.-. I|»"

•’•r

||.

ht'TMIlf

$10,500

n i.qd-mm M-

Inimrt a nlrkrl on his |y>ui«* -hr piohnhly wishcfl lir lotrln Postm.in I*nr.nr>r wa* ploflHing nlofu; his rot to when hr juidtlrnly >pirrl (fir min on Brrcm Slrmi. Hr- |Mu'keioi| |t. I

ar » p'eaied

Kl-niSJp



ra.n.y

3 BEDROOMS balancp aa resp. r* BRAND N*w at horn. La

large h ,me ha* ihmuih hail luing r .r.m »,ln hrepiara and full e>frji r«n na> tl'chen da’

& Investment Agency Ltd

vm«

.

i

$8600

‘i.lHilMUT i



deride

f



h**»Miat

ititifK in

CLOSE IN

$12-600 M; L irt.ua M 7714 day nr nlg GORGE 4’j-ROOM STUCCO FULL BASEMENT

ESQUIMALT N.H.A nwi nows

Oat Pay A>«

i'll

Ut*nirQt

olk

FLOOR

1

mbn of nil lime, incluil Abrulum I.luroln. Hot on Hint day hark in 1M1 when Mi.

>.n

W

(NEW BUNG At OW-t r"»ncl

n

LTD.

*

Two

Low Down Payment

OAK BAY NORTH

y


range

f,,.

PRICE $5500 might

.s,

t.»e

$10,500 TRIPLEX

GEORGE RANDALL

it*

and

liter

to

tube

!

A MONTH

$205

ACRES

JV

BtiHiiAjruk

•Ireif riding n*K>«



be tr-roma. I'emhrbk' bat rirbum full hi ev.er r rt.py-rPIO I»iT AT ffi 7 A *IK, n pea Uni-air fdtna.e lauudrr Niryl* Drlre-in *a-**« lanrtjsi*d a Hi OREKNUOVAK mail N» A-OVAI1I* 1 .A X f !* ,

REVENUE’

SOME IMPROVEMENTS

tu d**\t

r

a

$7950

fmia fm.e rear

tdera'el* -pe'red

na(

a tn

Ki"hen

bar aid

»;th

»r

mveen

Conin fireplace i;,g

«

Real buying

a

ARDMORE WATERFRONTAGE

GLEN LAKE

on Tcrnu

e

ACLATtn

$4450

mm*-a

with

rear

BEDROOMS

Bargain With Terms

S8950

Less for Cosh

FRASER BISCOE

R

EXCLUSIVE LISTING

if

nea

the

$5950

Where on Earth

49

OMADRA pfPKrT

:»-•!

Vitoria fut.tng

te

JANUARY SPECIAL HIGH QUADRA

PTART

Automatic Heat Double Garage

Ain:

Full Price

I

EASILY DUPLEXED THREE

777«

lOppoy *

NEW

1

GORGE

COSY ROOMS

A U TOMA

169*

0.7 U 7 DA

Baard af Victor

r*tal*

itaai

s

PHTyNT R

PP7 Am.ldtipn INI

$8750

[ernu

lift.

Muil'.h

HOMES LTD

JOHNSTONS

,

$10 500 Carpenter,

nil

HOT WATER HEAT'! e*e>

TOWN COUNTRY

HOLLYWOOD CRESCENT"

CT

1


$30,000

$6750

Mr

-

AinttMAflC

NEWSTEAD

.i.

Call



t

H»HTrillbi»

REALTY LTD

wir'd

fun aalrr. imifd b«i air lieat or I Oau»r haa I a< Or term*

$5200

Jt r>

U ln*tt—

Tbu lusnlit

and .a'u'.wai H IT w-q Tt*'

ijaaii'*

fill.

$16 000

miT-* ear -<>id •‘•rcro buncalb* do ege hu - and .hi.pnli^ T»o b'driinma nrigbt H«ln* r\«ini Kn •Ith liar and dining -na. e, (’em ba'brouni baveenro' b gh au' .i

h*«emr

IAAMEDIATE POSSESSION FIVE

it

-

gar*

$9400

T50WN

aptia n!T '\,1 urnary Durnid

|

NWM.;: ;rv*

W-E-S-T-E-k-N HOMES LTD. TATPS HTRKPT

Member

Mr

garaga

l^.e'y

FAIRFIELD

$6500

High Hr

8 24

a



$6^50 ST^OIT



gardrn

-Tfdffr

002 Government

J

to"

11*

lirl

OAK BAY NORTH

NEAR VIC HLGH GOOD CONDITION

llObO Dr>*q

4

strEI’H

r

tin

EXCELLENT TERMS

aaraga

fleparata

$10,500 gpa.ra

ludgrt

I.

REDUCTION

$1000

Jlime

.

& CO. LTD.

HPAKPART Alt* A. TIL* PLOOK IS UATRnOOM Pumiri

w

3 On

MODTRM ATAIrTM

$13,000

Men..

CArtiniT K1TCWKJ*.

Prvr.

$13,650

MR MrMr»LS D

ENGLISH STYLE

BEDROOM BUNGALOW .e Tf.im»-«nr, e« dnih.e avtt Mi.tm r*TU~Troot #t-rO'iiw-,**t-U^erT In* otn PI niNjN*n la'a

$4250

OAK BAY SEA VIEW WINDSOR PARK

'

POUR BKDROOM<4. rWI.N HI7.lt Una* UVIHU H XIII PMKPLACE DININO ROOM

aui banal

I’ *o$

Pr it

$8,950 Gonzales vm th Seascape

GOOD HOME

J Q ^QQ Eft-SSSl

BERNARD

A.

MOSS ST. SEMI-BUNGALOW

B

KY EH

$10,600-^

BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE

Sfucco

U

d.

..ugn hail earyir U

EXCLUSIVE

Bot-atr

250 Down

2 Bathrooms

IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 265

n'

HOT-WATER HEAT

OIL

Pa*HPP

IMVP.DtATlt

PRirgn RIOia



en

iCA ^>450

at Inn

i.»o,

pf.-e

pstmenta

UPLANOrARFA

FACiNG SOUTF

A;

$13,500

rntmtAll.Y

f 4431

11111 PJf»W

aaje

mnlhly

down-

BRAND NEW

LOW TAXES— NEW HOME

$9950

|



ati.nl let «i*

qi.n*

$13 000

QMI

WHY IE

MR

SANDY BEACH

kotor

Olgnilted

iron*

$9950

O-TtM.



$8500 *.eoin«» laeninga

Lira

a

liar

‘Down-.. buaca •

3 Bedrooms Down SI 500 Down

FAIRFIELD

aouJd

and

f.fc.

un

r>*'hr«.*m living room

nteitian

K

aim

y

$13,900

,

c

,

CoB'ari

Hr nna re/ruua

ju*t a «ie>n'« ttttnm

ituiinr !

mo

per

III

of

auitr «ul> Pritabrok* train Uiree-rouin aul'e »it| ua'h up »• liW erai area ar< V-a au'o* ati atr-cnndi' ione«| bea'inc all 1 r\i* la truly

ail. iln*

hnriia

luta flea conn

- Tta

fullr mci'le-n.

$18 500 A.

BRAND NEW TERMS

m«n rouid do non Tn» Reaeh Com ar year. ground .an. rr»o a a g'.od fealtgad here

and

klnrra

*a

iitrnugbtml:

ne» air*ng. nea plumbing



Wiinearlol bbtna tar

lJUDi

EASY

properly * i »». el vbtrn tne»a la naa l»i aui»* »

a of t

down Hebied malic

(uarao'ead

*e to r. i» and liatng r ivwn model tiunra 'ao nelf»om» 1‘eibb'uge na lu^l. •area .a ail fottag Oil O-M

S6950



ADR*

:

nhee!

for

N H NH

at

$2500 Down

-

—NHA



uak

kt’. n*i

ildf,

I

rieitn*

R itl

;rn

$2000

ran. n

$2500 Dovah

NHA

rlf a ”• \ Wa^iaa^-

-:

>ajr hm-

for

luur-rstini

SAI*F.

•Ml'

$6950

Pemr»ro*» baidroani taa,^ Pull high .ement haar- ... KT.VlAHIXt "ft. and dnae-ria garage ga 14* •hpibi fruit t>*"« and gar t/l

tlljrri-'l



Inarm. o«



K!

r

JU»l tijen

GEORGE RANDALL

.

itr'u ultra. ti>a»e r^itlAfl Hutile K Jtai Day nr Night

TJ-'el a

nx

KttiiKi

Al •II.'*

T. >a>ln< i7i» >. On- bf. * Tt *. fhriat I'nurrn raib*4rai aim n'trt{»rfV<‘a

FOR

HOI SES

57

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H

l/DDU

Mndern

*

bndland

meant y

otin-r Iwty

and

cert

1

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mare

ar* ixainn Tnent* inng'.t T'tna Canada High aa* A

C Mher

I

rXIHA

'

lu»

LTD.

*

Ct.eamaii

a

3

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r.rat

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M

HOL'SKH FOR SAI*E

nh'

t»»*»tni-nt

lull

tat 'trig

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iH ttljal

ro uul with any

HAVF ONE

h h.iiu* large H»ing r" fireolgre tie* «a; at e I tv tee h'd i Him « u»r. yea unilty !»ioi • Ith Oil <1 Mat

Pnr

dun't

THAT NEW HOME large

Rat

ar

you

*IH

etijar

ar' twn kitcbrn

a

!•

Jemrirc

triiultlp vtiili

ilml

in

$11,500

BEAUTIFUL

J

alluat'-l

Tlyfi roum

auldPlt'K oil lit* and d/ive ltt garage

ria,-#

Ktfbiit

— Near

GOLDSTREAM

ata

w#0

tnla

Ti.ei*

ha'bruuoi.

Throughout Bus

Floors

Gorge

"Tlir only

s

oT

la

tidiiiR-^aiTuga'.ii* hefiriKimi. dtninc

Ft.

’•Itb

OaL

a .nrn



Call

rVINrt-ROOM

ttTt-r.A

NEAR CATHFDRAL’

6oo

42177

AN EXTRA LARGL one •h* aurar'l*e

Spring!

in

(

^m $4YD0

1

*

Peach



feiur-rnuoa bungaiu* al tJ *io** d and nrly BdO oar month Locat'd on tr.e tau-mila ciicte uf loarri ha c bi> 4 . to bua on a atran of nl* » hornra Artrati*" enamel kltrban rarica tmi arn ihe Ii*mii« Hea>y D'lrnid root Hit**--' quarter ba*enaent hot ir neat f * at»d on »o Inn, aa«a;'.rd fr uit . anfl

arff

<

t*et

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1

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DUPLEX SPECIAL oyry

Jo:

si L

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M<|*

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WINDSOR PARK.

baundrta

V

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0_4U7.

real dtr

.

rurfia r

r

1

P'aullfuT aalrr-Tlca '" i

PATT

.X^*M^-«»-t*nrPPWt3ri!>--T' -MR

•-•a*

S 0*750

.

$10 500

,

WHY PAY RENT?

ctstbt

FAIRFIELD-6 ROOMS

SOUTH OF OAK BAY

;

!

UPLANDS

$8950 FULL PRICE LOW TERMS ARRANGED

$9500 $3000

in*

1

Pnr*

Cryar

ba

c cr\n J 7 / JUV

tra.

aup-yiaira

"FOUR-ROOM STUCCO" 10 YRS OLD— OIL HEAT

1114

3.'900

1

HOUSES FOK

SLOPE

—tint

lr**

it

1

Bari Pa.irer

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ternational loop, will be admitted. The six other II. members are Kochrater, .Syracuse and Buffalo, N.Y„ and Montreal, Toronto and

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