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The bill received -third reading after brief study Ui committee. The hrandineviau countries— fernter eh am pa— brewed only 16.5 pounds of coffee a person lost year. LG6 ANGELES, Peb, 10 UP/.— An aircraft plant worker. Christensen said French re- and t rumpled to death, lated that Mrs French came to his room, quarreled with him, struck him with her purse and left. The commi ttee will also ask Mayor Percy E Georp* "tt T~ordcr a cleanup of tons of old records lord on the top , f OI KT HNKS TW» “ * VB nvd T Kirh . Tatterxall t* a member of Glasgow Scout the Royal Navy, and h U wife realdes Thursday at 8 pin Elvina m a heavy snowstorm In at Cardiff. Mexico on a combined go* ptlng Tic- A capacity audience enthusiastic- land- Searching parties and navy „|V received t»o- new dunce comedy , dlvmf operation* have fail.-d to find Barbara ' by Tmdl Schoop and her 1 either of the men or the plane. The versatility ot Tnidi Hchuop and her company was most note- worthy. meaning to open, pertaining to the Opening of buds i Moasrity for early .dlagnpbb °* oaierday from Vancouver bant explained "But the itn- | port ant j K*int i* that there arr only i three known «ure* for ranerr — surgery X-ray and radium He strewed the only hope lor afflicted person* was to report to a doctor before the condition had There . LIMITFO INTUTMt ST str-i aiiita NKW YORK VANCOUVER MONTREAL TORONTO I nlon Rullglng, CM Gartrnairnl Strut. WIKNIFM LONDON, ENGLAND Trlrph»nr,i F 4I7I-J • Ta bay er aafl • m- aorl Ty er ta afcufca • aantii* *i ua grra yaa kn»"*t#4 «*• •aroc* IMMEDIATE DELIVERY QUANTITY CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Get Your Building Up Quickly and / y Economically With CENTURY BLOCKS C f*4’,|HGf» AIR MAtl ah rv**m FERRY Don't Flip a Coin When ^mir Savings Are at Stake Xy-ANTED TO RS4- » » ar rlitrk*n ra*v-b Rn* na S. e*rept free- wandering comet#, move round their ij prlmortea In an elliptic r! L WUaon wrre presented handsome fountain pen* for the capable way in which they judged the aoclety'* recent •how.
Canada Oraln Act to the House agthullmal cuaunilie K for further study. Brasil, the leading coffee pro- ducer did not place In Ihe roro- the tes-drinklng Thr Dcteiux Minister said that change had been made ln»i year and he felt that generally the pen- sion provklun* were "very fair and very generous." Also, he said, men who served in the non-permanent forces before Much 31, 1946, would have the option of remaining under the old system or switching over to tho new one. 10 (CPi — Nylon ft long-wearing qualities are a boon to the women who wear "nylons ' and the men who pay for them— but a headache to the meu who make them. Blrmlngham^/pro- fessor or Greek who was ^e^Hrlga- dler tot wartime, and Dr. 31 -year-old J Frank French, was quea Uoned by West Loa Angeles Police for sev- eral hours tonight after the semi- nude body of his estranged wife, Jeanne. tt^O C unata nc^ r j nu«\ was lined when he appeared •l m EMj Uimalt police court on a it charge of uasilulllng John Palmer, e 1221 Lyalt Street, on January (5 A motorist wa.- fined for exceeding it the speed limit through a school is rone. The music vu character- ized by perfect timing on the pari of the wwr, pianists.. rfrt q past iu uilginal growth, or less Rf .j c Mi Us, executive secretary reviewed the alnf* of Inside Passage to Ketchikan. orbit MILL END ROOFING 1, 2 and 3 PLY FELT or STUCCO BASE Capital Iron & Metals Ltd. to p "v l86 and stealing a ring of over the value of *25. ae one of our least important pro- jects which should be held for a time be viewed In proper perspective.
VALENTINE BRIDGE tyajre Increase r Need Stressed petition championship still Is In doubt. The question uppermost In the manufacturers' minds Is: What Is going to happen to us when women I i esft0n learned In the wer was that begin competing over whose stock- arrn ed services should be consolidat- ing! from Government House lo Parlia- ment Square.’ Mr* Banks and parlj will leave Government Housr five minutes earlier, and will arrive at the build- ings ai 2.41 pm With only 100 unreserved seats available in the public galleries, there will be a rush for tickets when they are distributed at pm. r ;ue*U w itli seat on the floor of the House must o, Fri fhel? Audience Giv Warm Praise Roy Gavel, whose wile lives in Van cotlver. Thte perfection, was emphasized In' the scene In ' which Trudl Sc 1 loop a« "Barbara. Talt t» the widow of the Lite White" scene was very well received James L Talt. f'*r Its near approach to classical rector of Thr Dally Colonial. In marked contrast to the Funeral arrangement* are being P’ ,r * comedy, made by Curry * Funeral Home T »«• choreography was exception- ally fine and lhe eoaiumei. June a u Rkagway and Bltka Tli U ship n*tw b lh Victor la undergoing exieiw-ive conversion for the new service She ia jownrfl by Hve Rklnner A Eddy Corporation of fli-altle. urgently nerd four-room eulte or houa# Phone Colauii* 143 M A PARTMENT OR H • - KPUR ■ i • phone E sum ADY WOUt D LIKE A J in nice home on a aterfroor for w« • ral mr-nlhe. waa sentenced to six months in jail at hard labor on each of the two counts In city police nouncement of some reduc- tion in the civilian personnel of dockyards and other facill* court yesterday. “My dog was killed When I was little and 1 know how lie feels " So. "To attempt to build a c Ry Hall In the face of all the other demands for money which we must meet is neither wise nor bu*ln*v«*Ukr.'' lie asserted.
have worn longest Instead of fd and one 0 I the best evidences who has the most stockings? former British squadron leader and his wife, is still too young to realise the historic significance in the flowing christening robe he's wearing. held by his mother, wears the robe in which the famous Scottish heroine Flora Macdonald (bom 1722) was christened. suffered bums about the face and arm* before he was brought to safety by William Frtesen. 10 (CPL— Opposition parties are watching with Interest and not much optimism tomorrow * by-electlon in which O. Byl- vester is expected to retain the Labor party’s seat despite current cri Uclsm of the Government over the coal crisis. f JTtr« by 2 50 pm., and those nllottrd M-ii U, fli the Speaker* and ladles galleries must occupy them not and equipment floor of the City Hall. First reprii* i p thia city using a new process was.id4H#d yesterday on u cracked pistqn thr engine of the Ss. operator* ot the Alaska Steamship Company She will have accommodation for *5 pas- sengers During the war the Corsair wa* used by the British Admiralty as a naval patrol vessel. , ___ TO ALL THOSE WHO ARE HARD OF HEARING Jail Srntrni'c Fi purrs Givi* a OTTAWA. 5:i FLATS AND APARTMENT8 TO RENT fj'O U M'RNWIlt D ATARI MENT. week day* \ PARTMEMT WANTED BY RAN PON alhle young Viriana couple Primin- #n* Bnc *Jl7. furnished nr unfurnished I ffighret referen*** Bos H57. Phona tha Vancouver o Rica, PAcihc 3585 o* w'ita di»ac4 to; »» F Anrlarx'i*. “To state that we ran use money from the sale of lands and other assets merely means that money will not be available for other purposes.
Perhapa 10.000 to -20.000 more persons could be absorbed In various service and .secondary ’ jobs with present Indus- trial and agricultural facilities. The toiler l* now flying one of the new plane* to Victoria from Dnila*. British and Rua- -tun embassies In Rome and shouted PARIS. Horgloge room of the French Foreign Office Treaties for Roumanla. Oeorgrx Vanler, ambassador to France, signed for Canada Vanler affixed his signature to all bul the Bulgarian treaty Can- ada and Bulgaria ne'er officially Abbott said today in n Commons return tabled (or R H Winters r Ubernl. Under other foreign credit* the minister gave these figures: AWUiort Mtf Arj «M *a , ., (UK. fought their way Into the Yugoslav Legation in an unaticcewfful attempt to tear down a Yugoalav flag. C F„ said lost night that although he wo* not in favor of the loudspeaker *,v»- tem on the floor or the Legislature, he would give the new system a fair trial.
' Declaring that a pulp and paper 1 Industry in Alaska would Tequlfe a large supply of additional labor," he added: "Development of the pihp and paper Industry tn a reasonable level of suiitaltied capacity will result In year-around employment of a mini- mum of 6.000 persons In the mills I and forest* " A new air service, With bases at* 1 Victoria and Vancouver, will com- mence operation in the Hprlng of thi* yiar. To be known ax the Wextlnghouae Air Service Ltd., the new company will be operated by two Victorians, veterans of the R. Feb 10 i4 T -Tie* All today signed pence trratle* wl Italy and four other German sail at the meeting place Ule* in a history -making he Italian Constituent A* mony, but the ink wax scarcely dr? Bulgaria, Hungary and Finland -all the price for helping Hitler fo scourge Euioi" 1 — were signed In that order during the afternoon sctelon. •• " '•*••» Iim at Italy observed a 10-mlnute tested ucuinst the new Itauan- Yugos Uv frontier, which creates an International rone around the Port of Trieste-. A*kf*d directly if lie would, or would not u*r the system for hi* first address. Ltd., plant with light weights and Tom Macs and were reported parties from Creed's boathouse. pn £tf 969 „ COOKI** NEURALGIA Don't let the pttile M pain of Neuralgu I* event ytwi from enjoying lllr t»*t fail, •afe relief with T-R-C'a.
1 M he suggested, permitting one ser- Moon Influence 711 YATES WINNIPEG, Feb. 10 - A brickyard worker who asserted that under a full moon he experienced an uncontrollable urge to suit fire* to wreck trains admitted In signed statements a series of depredations which caused about 0,000 damage police reported today. “Recent developments in the de- control of prices makes It evldeul that Canadians are faced with the danger of practically complete re- moval of price celling*," he sold. But he ■lepl through It al L M I wasn't unconscious. *T« Ured.” to advance un- checked there will have to be wage Increases to meet higher costs." A general Increase in price* with- out corresponding wage Increases would mean that the Government was imposing a lower standing of living on the country, he said. The Wartime Prices and Board authorized the 10 prr increase' on cake*., pies, pastrlc: toll* early In February. nn Ura nf Barbara's sister trying lo #n(J warnri i the audience of the She la itfnrived by one daughter. in ISct' 25D78 In 1930 there were 3.013 sen fence* to penitentiary for two year or more. furnished or unfurnished Refer •ores E Its* \ LL HUt» T1UE RELi NERB. IS'* wheel* and ttrra for all rare I car heater Ratrtnrtlr.g Mia arid general auto rtpaira Uatlu Jack. Ittj A 6 1 UDh UAK Kit • Dictator coupe -Srrial i \ \ 'ILL PAY OOOD CASH PRICE )On ’* an» used car id *oo4-««ndi Uo»i l-a’.r model dr«: ted Mil r • essential El«43.. We must ensure that the most and individual* In providing the re- mainder of revenue for the year." C. Convicted on a charge of danger- ous driving, John O. secre- tary or the Canadian- Arab Friend- ship League, yesterday before the | Oyro Club at Uie Empress Hotel. Bhaben claimed ’’alestine had been the "home and country" of the Arabs fpr more than 1,300 years.
were very •s to point* ('ll in a Dollar Tokos Din list overdue directed fifth column " In a letter U» Attorney General Turn Clark, committee chairman J, Parnell Thomas i Rep.-NJ. Plus tax) 98c Gifts From Our Stationery Dcparlmcnl 1.49 IMPORTED STATIONERY Dainty floral spray on each «hr Pink. Churchill spearheaded the Con- servative plea for public co-oper- ation during the crisis by telling the House that "It l« the duty of everyone to with the dlirc- I tiona of the Government and to avert the .rial* Stubbe. m which they were told lhal II the death sentences were imposed, "you will be our 1 in the bboard slot Shin* ell culled year*. However, the Conservative party .promised .co-operation with lhe Labor Government lo ease the 'critical condition which sent thous- ands of Brttona to the dole lines fur . saying there was "no other way to aolve the Palestine problem but by bloody revolution.’ 1 Arabs wen- adamant against admission of 100.000 Jews Into Palestine, reported io be one feature of the latest British plan session or the 21*1 Legislature, which Will be formally opened by Lieu- tenunt-Govrinor Charles A Banks LONDON Feb. More than 250 ratepayer* of The United Nations Swom Hy Coun- j Saanich Ward 3 unanimously _op- , , 1 posed the operation of an airport ill ruled today that the L. Oreek Government lust week to post- Names of several prominent cit- pene the execution* of 11 condemned uelu , have bern used as a handle political prisoners classed a? , 5', 150 VALENTINE CUT-OUT BOOK Kid«flr* tore ftr make Hretr own j 0i Valentine*! 10 0) — The list uf services and i-nterpriaro a JIecled by Britain's coal -saving drive stead- Accuses Eisler U. Leader Of Communists Commission Airpark Opposition (liven Curb I oiced by Resident! to | r y An «j persuade the 8aau U.h guerrilla.* Council to make up their minds ui By a vote of B to D^w Uh Russia favor of this memorial airpark site and Poland abstaining, the Council at Cordon Head, stated H G Pen- appmved a United Statea proposal man. 10 v P^The House of Representatives commit- tee on Un-American Activities called on the Justice department today for quick prosecution of Communist Gerhard ELsler and for a long crackdown on a ’Moscow - . .un' •»ul In on interview miliar n planca tlroije weapons of the future short from nor Utland bo In Europe. j Canada was moving in this direction Reportedly, "nylon* ' wear twice wou j d t*. This is the first time that the robe has been photographed. * fin* mcdtrln* la wry e|f muo w* r«L«v* painful d»ir»«* and lirad. «*f ••"■b •••** whan They identified ih* ‘vice m other branches. Cecil Merritt, Victoria Cross hero of Dieppe who alia as a I Progressive Conservative for Van- I couver Burrard. The fact that It had been | in effect since 1910 did not make It good for 1047. and added that Vlld had pleaded guilty at a preliminary hearing to a charge of arson In connection with fires dating back to 1936 Vlld'* statements also admitted, laid, the derailment of two Albert was “just Ured ne *oin today after he had been rescued from a flame -surrounded bed with Its matlrem afire. but he didn't know about K until he reached hoapltal. The by-election was made neces- sary by appointment to the Na- tional Coal Board of Tom Smith, who won the seat for Labor with 36/236 votes in the general elecliou. Sylvester has worked in local coal mines since boyhood and at 48 has a long record of union leadership. •They are nothing but a lire hazard." Aid Dl«gnn declared •The committee will also ask that records stored in two rooms on tlu second floor tx removed and the partitions tom down to provide space for a staff real room Many of the amendments to the workinr agreement by-taw fur the civic staff suggested by staff mem- ber* were uicludrd'lti u draft f the SUPPORT Your Victoria day. Study of the by- law with special reference to the salary schedule will be resumed at a meeting tomorrow at 2 30 p.m.. pictures' of medium size, and the rx later tlian p.m. l-e Tartc wa* made padre or the troop and addresses were made by neveral persons prominent In •routing. standing beside Uie Firefly fighter plane that took him and a pilot lo their deaths, la Acting Ijeut -Cnidr. Wmni Ptfy M* P»flt no W ln the old drydovk at k^quimalv Known a* the Harmaie^rocea*. clinic, which would IIB the need* of many put tenu on Van- 1 part of the pro couver Island Wlien we can haw- One of It* chief task*, lie the education of the HALL "RUNNERS 24 inches wide Mrs A. Tail Hies Suddenly Corsair to Sail CREDIT GRANTERS Election of officers of Uie Victoria Branch of the Credit Grantor* As- sociation will take place the new a completely equipped clinic i* hard to gay," Col. Hull Qoi Buoyant Slrpf '- lo ’ The perfnrmrrx' excellent miming thr unit, said Mrs. uitdei the an Entertainers included LOMife C Leit'k. Fib 10 K were 24.747 .sentence* to Ji than two years in 1943. Pbana I Till naas recent model preferred 1 ° a* partner. 1 I roum* Cadhonr H»» on bus line MS a monih K and wife. rolu.la* g a Uirr RFHI’E* TABLE COUPLE UR- ' « gan Hl require ihrc* n» four room* . '* "Over the next few year* we face expenditures that may run up to *10.000.000.
t Q change the regulation as long as prewar allka and rayons. 1 1 'ulltnl i Wm •'» it 1 * only proper that Labor should point out if prices of essential commodi- Um are allowed The infant son of J. Asked for an ex- By-Election Tod w Creates Interest year-old Paul Vlld of Butler Junc- tion. He was carried from the room and rushed to hopltal in a siren -blaring ambulance. _ , “ Next meellng will be held in the Avenue hlbitlon would be glod to hear from owners willing to lend really good picture* for this interesting display. » allows for repair of cnftfe- hr casting the exception of bread nave me ed 10 per cent in the past according to operators of bai hi Victoria. N RETl RN « sh Vancouver l-land men aboard lhe Aqultanla whe docked at Halifax. Am a iidu H Tntt, 45 of 50 portrayed all the suffering of Bar- p r m Bryant, of Victoria burn's family as they watched the g UMll f,peakrr of the evening, Huwe Street, died suddenly on Bun day. Justice Min- ister Rvley today Informed Patrick Artibv -fl C Edmonton "East • In the */ Emphasizes Need iv Library Building l» -ill beiitenv* In 1935 there were 21.78 7. Colonir* L| OUSEKEBPINO - BOOM ult SMALL * ■ iur# wanted tao middle -agr-i , ladles Hi.* a - .** L'«.! Under Ml per month If you can accniu moda'e UM pi ca I(Malri*4 iqsmne- I Sa'lon. With an outlay of this magnitude, a comprehensive plan Is rsentlal if wc are to avoid the burden of extra debt charges already the second highest per capita In Can- ada. administrator, said During 1046 medical and nursing staffs of the Solarium gave 136 A sentence of three months In jail at hard labor was imposed upon Clarence Joharvson, also a naval rating, who admitted In court last week that he cashed the forged | cheque. Clul WL Kuwlln SUITS AND UNIFORMS MADE TO ORDER W* coo outfit »ou promptly u th* Iti Mt tn oivvtw mi • imirt or* uniform Ctntll M St. UNO Arguments In defence of Aruba, 1 relative to the current political and physical issues in Palestine, were presented by Albert Bhaben.
One fact: the dole wma buck 0, i Japanese flaying Labof Minister Tells H shillings 1 64 80' for a man. Candies flickered in rooms Division werr Canedlan-bom and 630 wrrr | * among naturalised Canadian*. Another • Edward 1 group described as “United States ukon, 31; land ln»er-wed~ numbers 120 lhe fl SAS- j of Eton College in the aln- 1 Uter-looklng pubs of LJmehmjae. members split on the vote, but all Social Credit supporters voted with the Government Study of the control bills was preceded by a .statement by Jmtue Minister Us ley in which he *uid the Government planned to seek through tl»* bills the extension of specific wartime etwiiro U for ap- proxlmatety on* year Specifically. Tyndall Road, starting at 8 o'clock at which a Progressive Conservative Association will be formed All Interested resi- dents of the district have been in- vited (o attend. He will address the club on “Travels In the Highlands of Scotland Arthur Stringer and James Math- ew, n will also take part In the pro- gram. iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiii “Build B. At the school expert* in trolling and gill -netting succeeded In nine week* in teaching veterans the fun- damentals of catching salmon The course starts wltlj elementary navigation, fishing methods, con- servation and preservation of fish and maintenance of tackle. Kenneth 8tevens and Charles Lees More and more people are finding out the added goodness that Pa- cific Milk packs into every vacuum tin. A large number of the reaolutions, as in past years, call for highway and local road Improvements in the respective districts.