The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on February 23, 1944 · 14
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THE EVENING CITIZEN, Ottawa, Ont. Wednesday, February 23, 194!. Cash In On The Result Producing Qualities Of Citizen Classified Ads 2-2441 Page 14 Born C AHVrn To Erie mid llten Carver ( lire llonot-r), at the inlaw Civic, linn-tm Wednesday, February 23, 11H4, tt son lUifcmi r.ik. ). 12 j DOOI.K To Pte. and Mm. W. E. Doole rit-r Nora Mansfield) of Toronto, a son (Michael Mansfield Donle), at mrns.de, Toronto General, on Tuesdsy, Feb. 12, 1044. Mother and tun well. 12 a KICKS At the Ottawa Civic Hospital on Sunday. February 20. 1944. to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Hicks, Elclimond. Ont., a son. Both well. 12 MaeLEAN At the Civic Hospital on Tuesday, February 22, 1944, to Pilot Officer and Mrs. R. W. MacLean, a daughter. Both well. 12 MOt KETT1 At the Ottawa Civic Hospital, on Wednesday, Feb. 23rd. 1844. to Mr. and Mrs. E. J. (Ted) Mockett a 9it (Thomas Edward). 12',i McINTYRE At the Grace Hospital on Monday, February 21, 1944, to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mclntyre (nee Teena Blake), a daughter. 12i NICHOLS At Grace Hospital on Tuesday. February 22. 1844. to But. and Mr. A. C. Nichols (nee Dolly Wilson), a on (James Alfred). Both Well. 12 O'LKARY At Ypsllantl, Mich., U.S.A.. cn Tuesday, Feb. 22. 1944. to Sgt. and Mrs. E. A. O'Leary (nee Genevieve Thl-bauiti, a daughter. 13',i TERRY At Grace Hospital on Thursday. February 17, 1944, to Mr. and Mrs. John Terry fnee Margaret Hannam), daughter (Judith Ann). 12 SF.LIG To Cpl. and Mrs. S. H. Selig, at Wyman House, Cambridge. Mass.. U.S.A.. a son (Ronald Michael), on February 15. 1944. 12 SOUI.IF.RF At the Ottawa Civic Hospital on Monday. February 21. 1944. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Soullere (nee Evelyn Ward), twins, boy and girl. All well. 12'.2 WHITTLE At the Civic Hospital on Tuesday. February 22, 1944. to Mr. and Mrs james Whittle (nee Dorothy Hick), a daughter.. Both well. 12 Died ALLAN At a local hospital on Tuesday. February 22. 1944, William Robert Watson Allan, dearly beloved husband 1 cl Elizabeth Murphy. Funeral service j at the Jos. C. wray and Brother ; Funeral Home. 1234 Mountain St., Montreal, Que. Interment Mount Royal cemetery. 12 ALLISON At her residence, 397 Wil-brod St., Apt. 1, on Monday. February 21. 1944. Catherine Hurley, at the age cf 75 years. Resting at the above address until Wednesday. February 23. at 7 a.m. when the body will be entrained at Union Station for Siardale. Ont. Funeral from the residence of bar son, W. H. Allison, on Thursday, lebruary 24. to St. Eugene, Ont., for requiem high mass at 10 a.m. Interment in the parish cemetery. 12 BENNIE At a local hospital, on Tuesday. Feb. 22, 1944, Jemima John-bton, widow of James Bennle and beloved mother of Mrs. H. Rusk, In her E2nd years. Remains are resting at the parlors of A. E. Veitch and Son, Parkdale Ave. at Gladstone, until Wednesday. Feb. 23. at 2 p.m. Thence to Toronto for service and interment. 12', a CUNNINGHAM At a local hospital Tuesday, February 22. 1944, Peter Cunningham, age 50 years, beloved husband of Velma Logan, 382 O'Connor fct. Resting at the parlors of McEvoy Bros.. 235 Kent St., cor. Nepean. Funeral Saturday. 26th Inst., at 7.45 a.m., to St. Theresa's church for requiem mass at 8 o'clock. Burial Notre Dame cmctery. 13',a CHISNALL The death occurred at a local hospital early today, February 23, of Edward Ernest Chlsnall, husband of the late Emily Henderson and beloved father of Edward (Ted) Chlsnall, aged 77 years. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Limited, 315 McLeod street. Funeral notice later. 13 DESORMEAU Suddenly on Monday. February 21. 1944, Joseph Dolphis Desormeau, aged 79 years, beloved husband of Catherine Gtlboy. Funeral from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. Ethel Alrd. 192 Bell St.. on Thursday, the 24th Inst., at 8 15 a.m. Requiem high mass at St. Anthony's church at 8 M. Interment at Notre Dame cemetery. . 12 I'ELANEY At a local hospital on Monday, February 21, 1944, James J. Delaney of 359 Nelson St., beloved husband of Maye Murphy. Funeral from the residence of his brother Michael, 81 College Ave., Thursday. 24th Inst., 8 45 a.m.. for requiem high mass at St. Joseph's church at 9 o'clock. Interment at Notre Dame cemetery. 12 PEEVEY Suddenly on Monday, February 21. 1944, James Alexander Deevey. beloved husband of Doiothy Trimble of 217 Pretoria Ave., in his 58th year. Resting at Hulse and Playfair, Ltd., 315 McLeod St., where service will be held In the chapel on Thursday, the 24th Inst., at 2 p.m. Interment la Beechwood cemetery. 12 HENDERStJN Suddenly at Princess Margaret' Maternity Hospital. Gosforth. England, Margaret Thompson. In her ;-tn year, beloved wife of Joseph Henderson and sister of Mrs. Jean Mc-' tiregor of the Ottawa Civic Hospital. 12 II AM MILL Suddenly at a local hospital on Wednesday, February 23. 1944, Mary Irene McKenna, age 49 years, beloved wife of J. C. (Cam) Hammlll of Bells Corners, Ont. Resting at the parlors of McEvoy Bros., 235 Kent St., cor. Nepean. Funeral Friday, 25th Inst., at 9.15 a.m., to St. Patrick's church, Fallowfield. for requiem mass at 10 o clock. Burial at the parish cemetery. 13', a HIOGINS Suddenly at Detroit. Mich., ou Monday, February 21, 1944. Mary Prennan, in her 79th year, widow of the late Robert HlKR'ns, formerly of Luskville. Que. Remains arrive In Ottawa Wednesday and will rest at the parlors of McEvoy Bros., 235 Kent St. cor. Nepean). Funeral Friday, 25th Inst., at 7.45 a.m. to St. Patrick's church for solemn requiem mass at 8 o'clock. Thence to Notre Dame vault. Burial at Chelsea in May. 12 Va BOULE At the residence of her son, Norbert Houle, 183 Montreal Rd., East-view, Monday, February 21, 1944. Elizabeth Lalonde, wife of Emery Houle, aged 69 years. Funeral Thursday, February 24. at 7.40 a.m. from Gauthler Funeral Tarlors, 259 St. Patrick St., for requiem btgh mass at Notre Dame de Lourdes church at 8 o'clock. Interment at Notre Dame cemetery. 12 LAW At a local hospital on Wcd-:irdy. February 23. 1SM4, Mary Eliza- !rth Lister, widow of George H. Law, of : M Arttyln avenue. Resting at Mills and I I'lsvfalr Ltd., 315 McLeod St., where ! -.rrvio will be held in the rlmpH on rriiuy. the 25th lust . at 2 p.m. Inter- u.riit lireihwood cemetery. 13 MOORE At her home. 20 Morris St.. on Wednesday, February 23, 1944, Isabella Christina Mayhew, widow of Edward Moore, aged 86 years. Resting at Hulse and Playfair Ltd., 315 McLeod t.. where service will be held In the chapel on Friday. February 25, at 3 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. 13',i MILLER At Eganvllle. Ont.. on February 21, 1944, Mrs. Adolph Miller, wfu of the late Adolph Miller, aged 80 vMtt. Funeral from hrr Jat residence Thursday, Kf hruary 24. at 2 p in. to (iarse Lutheran ehureli for service, liitcrnifnt la the parish cemetery. 12 Citizen Box Replies Letters addressed to the following box holders are available at The Citizen Office on presentation of box tickets. 1 2 5 12 16 17 18 23 25 27 29 32 35 36 33 40 43 50 57 62 69 70 71 72 74 84 87 90 95 99 104 116 119 122 128 130 135 140 143 146 147 148 151 156 157 171 174 176 181 184 185 189 191 135 198 199 200 204 211 217 221 222 223 226 235 237 240 250 251 252 257 Subscription Rates By mall to British possession via a Canadian port, or to any point In Canada, excepting towns served by Citizen carriers, for ona year. $6.00; six months. $3.25. three months. $1.75; shorter terms, 75 cents a month. To Foreign Countries the rate Is $1.00 a month or $12.00 a year. To United States. $1.00 a month or $7.50 a year. Air Mall rates ou application. Died ' (Continued from PreTtling Column) NELSON On Tuesday, February 2'2, 1944, at the home of her son, Dan by Nelson. Richmond, Ont., Catherine Mc-Rac. beloved wife of William J. Nelson, In her 87t.h year. Funeral from the above addrenit on Friday, February 25, at 2 p.m. to St. Andrew's Presbyterian church for service. Interment In the. United church cemetery. 13 PERLEY At his residence, Richmond Rd., on Wednesday, February 23, 1944, George F. Perley, beloved husband of. Alice Muriel Dawson, aged 58 years. Resting at the parlors of Geo. H. Rogers Ltd.,-172 Elgin St. Funeral service at St. John's Anglican church on Friday. February 25, at 2.30 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. 13',i PRATT At Stlttsvllle. Ont.. on Feb. 22. 1944. F.mellne Cherry, wife of the late Isaac Pratt, mother of Ernest R. I., Toronto. Funeral service at her late residence Thursday, the 24th Inst., at 2 p.m.. Interment at Wesley United cemetery, Stlttsvllle. Flowers gratefully declined. 12'2 POULIN Suddenly at a local hospital on Tuesday, February 22, 1944, George Tclesphore Poulln, aged 52 yearn, beloved husband of Anastasta McDriskl, 9 Balsam St. Funeral from above address ou Friday, 25th Inst., at 7.30 a.m. Solemn requiem high mass at St. Jean Baptiste church at 8 o'clock. Interment at Notre Dame cemetery. 13 SOUTHAM On Tuesday. February 22, 1944, at her home, 57 Belvedere Rd., Westmount, Que., Agnes Henderson Linton, beloved wife of Frederick Neal Southam. Funeral Thursday, February 24, at St. George's church, Montreal. Please omit flowers. 13 SMITH At Cantley, Que., on Tuesday. February 22. 1944. Margaret Ballan-tyne, widow of John Smith, In her 84th year. Funeral service at the above address. Time and date later. 13 111 Memoriam CHIMSP In loving memory of a beloved husband and father, Erned E. Chrlsp, who passed away February 23, 1943. Wife and sons. 12 GAMBLE In loving memory of our I dear mother. Annie Gamble, who passed ' away one year ago today, February 23, ! 1943. From this world of pain and sorrow To the land of peace and rest, God has taken our dear mother. Where you have found eternal rest. Sophie and Lou and grandchildren. 12 Card of Thanks , GALLICHAN We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acts of kindness, messages of sym- pathy and beautiful floral offerings f received from our many friends In our sad bereavement In the loss of our I beloved husband and father. Mrs. j Walter A. Galllchan and family. 12 1 L ANGEVIN Mr. and Mrs. F. Meuriier and family wish to extend their heart felt thanks and appreciation for the I acts of kindness, sympathy, floral and ! spiritual offerings received In their re- i cent bereavement. Esoeclallv do thev i thank the priests of Our Lady of Per- ' petual Help and St. Anthony's church: also members of the Third Order of the i Servants of Mary. 12' a POIRIER We wish to express our ! heartfelt thanks to our many friends ! and relatives for their kindness, mes- I sages of sympathy, floral offerings and I masses extended to us in our recent sad bereavement. Mrs. W. Polrler and 12 family. WICKER Mrs. Alfred Wicker and family wish to thank their many friends and relatives for their kind expressions 1 of sympathy and beautiful floral otfer- lngs. Special thanks to Rev. Westell. I anytime uesireu. Appiy iauauian r-acj-Rev. Whltmore and Rev. Bowler for I fic Telegraph, 83 Sparks. 12 their consoling words during our late Dereavement. 12 ',3 Cemetery Memorials AMBROISE. Best quality. Lowest prices. 265 Montreal Rd. 2-7235. 4A GET J. P. Laurln memorial catalog. ueorge. 4-0417. 2A Funeral Directors McEVOY Brothers, dignified funerals. 2-5337. Moderate charges. 5M ! iKimrr r.in. ,, . ,,.,, ,1- Ltd 451 RWeau MM & ltd.. 451 Kldeau. 2-9609. 3H ! VEITCH and Son, 453 Parkdale. I 8-0202. Ambulance service. 3 V FRrn n r.orrit rn I able, economical; private ambulance. L, " .. , ... V,8..mCn. yccnu- ; Florists WRIGHT'S floral designs, cut flowers. 70 Bank. 2-5673. 14 W Lost Found FOUND, pet black Persian. Tel, morn ings only, 4-4614. 12',a LOST, bent Parker pipe, vicinity Wellington-O'Connor, keepsake, reward. 4-2716. 12 'i LADY'S wrist watch, yellow gold, plastic band, lost Sparks between Metcalfe and O'Connor. Reward. 2-1275. 14 LADY'S wrist watch, pink gold, black band, lost Preston St., between Anderson and Gladstone. Sentimental value. 8-2325W. 13 li LADY'S white gold sports model Bulova watch, brown plastic strap, lost between Argyle Ave. and Somerset and Elgin. 2-8211 Loc. 5485. 12',i ' LOST Monday, male and femnle Boston terriers. Reward. 5-7341. OR-15 CARDIGAN sweater, powder blue, lost on Elgin, between Slater and Cooper. Reward. 2-3203 after 7. 12 LOST, pair skates, C.C.M. Special. Reward. 5-7484. 14 PARKER pen, dark brown, gold trim. lost. Reward. 3-1547. .12 DIAMOND earring lost Tues. 4-5233, 5-4412. Reward. 14 LOST, Anzlc brooch, vicinity Chateau Laurler. Reward. 8-6060. 13 !i BRACELET, silver, lost Saturday, Powell Ave. Roward. 4-9761. 13 li LOST, brlndle and white puppy, vicinity of Glebe, answers to Butch. Reward. Phono 4-5609. 13 DIAMOND wrist Watch, Unusual wrist i . Jot. Liberal reward. Answer to 16 Box 2IH), Citizen. SILVER clgaret lighter, left Llggctt's. Keepsake. Reward. 4-6652 evenings. 13 TOY fox pup. medium brown, answers TED. 70 Strathcona Ave. 12 , LOST small buff colored cocker spaniel, male, $25 reward for return or Information leading to finding of the dog. 2-8175. 13 li Female Help Wanted PART time, other help employed, no cooking, laundry. 2-5882. 14 la 2R3 2G7 269 270 271 273 275 276 280 284 285 286 288 290 293 297 304 306 314 462 505 421 420 419 417 416 412 The Citizen acknowledges the receipt of the following Box Replies and assures the senders that they have been placed at the 185 189 191 196 199 210 217 219 220 222 223 226 235 237 250 251 252 253 257 263 267 270 275 278 280 284 285 283 288 290 297 306 314 315 362 421 505 Female Help Wanted (Coiitlmmd from t'rewrtluif Column) WOMAN for cleaning University Club, 150 Elgin St. lVi, EXPERIENCED cook general, good wages, Handy Hill. 3-C033. 14 'i WOMAN to clean offices, part time. Apply 232 Metcalfe. 14 'i YOUNG couple want frlrl for general housework, 11 to 8, good wages, small new house, West End. 8-7353. 14i EXPERIENCED general, sleep In, good salary; adult family. 2-9281. 14 i WANTED, temporary cook general, for short period, 1 lady, Sandy Hill. Phone 3-5464. 13 SALESLADY, married. 4 hours dally. Dorcen's Dress Shop, 137 Sparks. 14 'i MOTHER'S help, sleep lu, out, West End. 8-0176. 14 RELIABLE general house worker, part time, near Bank. 3-4988. 14 GIRL wanted by Ottawa firm with general office work experience, shorthand not essential. Reply In writing, giving full particulars, to Selective Service, F.F.-493. 13',a HOUSEKEEPER. Slater. Tel. 3-7474. 475 12 BOOKKEEPER, experienced preferred, one capable of operating bookkeeping machine, good hours, steady employment, wholesale firm. Apply Selective Servcie, F.F. 483. 14 SANDY Hill, to stay with small baby occasionally when mother goes out with elder child, older person preferred, 3 flights up, must be able to come at 8.30 a.m. If necessary, also Sunday afternoons. 4-1964. 12 a RELIABLE person, mother's help. i time. West End. 8-5632W. 14 ',2 GIRL, small home, no cooking, wages. 5-7125. good 13 WOMAN, housekeeper, cook lor Inm-lly, sleep out. 8-5324 W, 13 ',i CLEANING woman. 2 afternoons weekly. West End, references. 8-1515. 12 WOMAN, 1, 2 mornings weekly. Bay.- 2-0331. 154 14 EXPERIENCED girl, plain cooking, tor modern apt., couple, 1 child, Bleep out, evenings, week-ends free. 414 Albert, Apt. 9. 18 13'a COOK general, middle age woman preferred, light housework. 3-7414. 16 ',i WOMAN to care for 2 children lu her own home, vicinity Ottawa East. 3-0797. . 14i2 BOOKKEEPER, experienced, familiar with bookkeeping machines. Apply NKtlonal -Selective Service, 268 Sparks St. Refer to F.F .-491. CN-14',i GIRL or woman few hours dally, lunch bar. 372 Elgin. 16 I LADY to clean offices In morning. ; Box 286, Citizen. 13 'a RELIABLE girl, comfortable home. 2 children, live In. 5-1603. 12 'a GIRL or soldier's wife, for housework. 2 children, on car Sleep in. 4-2451. light line. 13 '.a " EXPERIENCED cook general, 1 adult, central apt. 3-5847. 16 $35, capable maid, sleep In. 4-2005. 99 Charlotte. 13 MAID, small house, sleep In or out, good wages . 2-6130. 12 ',a MAID, largo room with private bath provided. Phone 4-0073. 12 ZT."' V , , SPARE time telegraph messengers, , COOK 'general, 3 adults, $50 month. 5-4181. 122 HOUSEKEEPER for 2 gentlemen lu apt. Tel. daytime, 8-500; after 7.30, 4-6854. 13 i'2 LARGE Ottawa firm has opening for girl to do general office work, good wonting t:uuuii.iuiia, uuuio, o.ou 484. 13' a GIRL to wait on table. Service, F.F. 489. Selective 12 a GOOD home for Intelligent woman who will attend 2 children, 8 and 12, and as8lst housework.' Have effl- clent cook general. Apply 92 Powell. : 12 EXPERIENCED saleslady for ladies' dresses and coats. Apply Selective ! Service, F.F. 488 J 15 GIRL wanted, knowledge of cooking. 2 adults, no laundry, references, sleep out. 2-5338 between 7-8. 5M-12 Male Help Wanted FUR finisher wanted, experienced, permanent position. Apply Selective Service. Refer to F.F.-492. 14 2 CAPARI.R mon look nft.er merrhsn- : dliK i I ut 1 SHslst as shlimrr fair educa tion, not niraia on work, rererences. Apply Selective Service, F.M. 322. 14 WANTED experienced laundry man. For full particulars apply Grace Hospital. 8-6100. 12 'i FARM hand wanted. 3-2695. 12a Situations Vacant WANTED, dressmaker, centrally I located, to make size 16 dress. Box 421, I Citizen. 12 Situations Wanted GIRL desires evening work, waitress in restaurant. Box 343 Citizen. 121m WOMAN desires cleaning, weekly. Box 351 Citizen. 2 days ' i2'i HOTEL manager or club steward, long ' experience, catering trade. Available, ; Interview, In or out of town. Apply Selective Service, F.M. 323. 13 li HOUSEKEEPER to ladies In apt., or couple. Box 315, Citizen. 12 li MAN desires part time, slmonlzing or driving. Box 317, Citizen. 12',i YOUNG couple, experienced, sober and willing to work, .caring for apt. In exchange for living quarters. Best of references. Box 294, Citizen. 13 t ACCOMMODATION for 3. child 5. 1 Lady will offer services. Husband out ! all day. Box 296, Citizen. 13 RELIABLE mlddln aged woman would care for an old couple or a bachelor. In city or country, anywhere In Ont, Write Box 14, Masson, Que. 13 ir RELIABLE, trustworthy lady and 12-year-old son require 2 furnished rooms la exchange for cooking and light housework. 5-2480. 12 li MAN desires watchman's Job or anything available. Tel. 2-0483. 12 CLERK, typist, experienced, desires work evenings and week-ends. 3-5505 evenings, 14 CLERK, typist, experienced, desires work evenings and Week-ends, have own typewriter. Box 358, Citizen. 14 Articles For Sale WARDROBE trunk, suitcase, binoculars, fine condition. Box 339, Citizen. 14 li . PRAM, blue-black, English style, parcel compartment, reasonable. 213 Frlel. 12 li DROPHEAD sewing machine, very good shape, bargain. 334 Laurier W. 12 GLASS tops for desks, dressers. vanities, etc. Pickup and delivery. consolidated .Plate Glass co., 2-5755. 10G Machinery and Supplies. SAWMILL, planing mill and machine shop equipment, belting, pulleys, shafting, blankets, camp equipment, chain blocks, motors, etc. M. Zagerman and Co.. Ltd.. Bayview Rd. 8-5204. H-2Z-12 (Continued on Next Column) Articles For Sale (Continued front I'roiooliitf Column) TRICYCLE, wagon, kiddle car and scooter. 8-6733J. 12 'a 1 air force uniform, 1 army uniform, 3 nrmy greatcoats, all new, very chenp. 2-31112. 12a STROM HERO Carlson cabinet radio, 9 tubes, $75. 3-4208. 14',a 1 fumed oak dining room set. 8-1040J. 13 Va LADY'S grey cult, size 13, $10. 4-9672. 12 !a AWNINGS, tarpaulins, made, repaired. Lawrence Mfg., 12 York. 4-2081. 4L MAN'S suit, size 38. blue grey. 2 trousers- 2 ladles' spring coats, size 14, blank and tweed. 3-1087. 12 la USED bath and hot water tank. Apply 3. Lapolnte, 65 Notre Dame St., Aylmer. Que. 12 ELECTRIC washing machine. 104 Guigues Ave., 10-12 mornings, 6-7 eve nings. 14 COAT, lady's. navy chesterfield, chamois lined, good condition. 3-1531. 14 TUXEDO, size 39, new. 3-9784. 12 NEEDLEPOINT arm chair. Citizen. Box 311 14 'a OFFICER'S army suit, youth s tweed .... i o ncne SAP cans, for maple syrup. Florent, Hull. 67 St. 17 CHILD'S maple crib and dresser set spring mattress. 468 Clarence, Apt. 6 cor. Charlotte. , 14 SEAL coat, $50, size 38, perfect. 341, Citizen. Box 12', a PHILCO radio, $20. Box 328, Citizen. ' - 13 STUDIO set, 3-piece, leaving town. 131 Queen W, 13 BED, cable c.prlng. mattress, new. snup. $27.50. 181 Bank. 7D-14 GRAMOPHONE, cabinet. Gladstone bag, china cabinet, very cheap. 112 Marier Rd., Eastvlew. 12 WARDROBE trunk, 40 In. x 23 In. x 23 In., good condition, $35. 8-1672. 12 STROLLER, commode chair. 3-4536. 12 BICYCLE. $25; rug, $25- 6 wooden Venetian blinds, $8 each. 2&6 Avondale, Westboro. 12 '2 SPARTON radio. St.. Ottawa East. 9 tubes. 60 Main 9C-13 WESTINGIIOL'SE electric refrigerator, perfect condition. Late model. Box 314, Citizen. 13 li BLACK mare. 6 yr. H. Clark. Walkley Rd., Billings Bridge. 13 2 1,000 pair service upper boots for repair, 35c a pair. 68 York. 1-4-8B KITCHENETTE set. Tel. 3-4241. 13 GIBBARD solid walnut dining suite, like new; small desk, cabinet Vlctrola. No dealers. 37 Kenora. 13 t $29 buys used studio couch, excellent condition; $95, apt. piano. Good tone and condition. Cecil Leach and Co., 712 Somerset W. 5-1888. 1-2-2L ICE refrigerators, various makes, from $43.60 up, buy early while available. Orme, Ltd., 175 Sparks. 1-2-17N 9ploce walnut dining room suite; a steel bed Imitation walnut; a, Marshall mattress; Simmons mattress. 5-4119. i3',a ELECTRIC motor, 2 h.p 2 phase, 550 volt, perfect condition, $75. 526 Wellington. 13 BLOWER grates and rings, 4-6113. 16 In. 13 1936 Harley Davidson motorcycle, with delivery van. 290 Rldeau. 5-1465. 1-2-3D VACUUM cleaner, Premier, good order, $25. 68 York. 1-4-8B HOUSEHOLD effects, lawn mower, garden tools, etc. 8-2093. 131 TYPEWRITERS, Mimeographs. Adding Machines, sale, rental, repairs. J. M. Hill. 115 O'Connor St. 3-7783. 1-2-4H SAVING fuel will more than rcpa? cost Insulating your home. General Insulating Co. Reg'd. 8-6004. 3G ENCYCLOPEDIA, 12 vols., sacrifice. $7.50. 2-6766. 12'2 USED Gibbard walnut dining suite, mahogany dining suite, bookcase, secretary desk, knee hole desk, dressers, china cabinets, long wicker ferneries, etc. 728 Bank. 4-9223. 1-3-24M $54 buys dinette table and 4 chairs, solid oak, special bargain. Orme, Ltd., 175 Sparks. 1-2-17N MUST sell kitchen buffet, natural finish; strong baby pen; table, enamel top. 261 Water St. 12 PIANO with bench. Haines, upright, mahogany, In good condition. Would rent to reliable person for $5 monthly or might consider sale if price Is right. No dealers. Apply Box 324, Citizen, giving references if rental proposed. Inspection will be arranged for anyone who is Interested. 15 WILDER'S Stomach Powder, effica - clous home remedy for indigestion, acid stomach, digestive ailments. World famous formula. 50 cts., $1 sizes at Howe's. Kean's, Joynt's and Liggett's drug stores. 2M-12 $50 buys bedroom set. $20 vanity tlresKcr, 3-plece chesterflrld set $35. Cecil Lern-h and Co,, 1020 Wellington St. 8-31H10. 1-2-2L ELECTRIC grain grinder with 2 h.p. motor, almost new. McCoy Service, 63 Clarence. 4-0196. 18M HOSPITAL beds, bed screens, baby scale and bath, cabinet radio, kitchen ice bo::, electric stove, occasional chairs, invalid trays, dresser, baby bassinettes, fireplace electric heater, hardwood tables. 4-3152. 12 li ICE refrigerators, new and used, various sizes; gas stoves, new and tised, moderate prices" wood stoves, new, $27,50 up. Reld's Trade-in Store, 222 Bank. 7R OAK dining set, $65. lalde St. Apply 5 Ade-12', a CANADIAN Oeneral Insulation Co. Homo, Insulation, modern - blower method, Estimates free. 8-3150. 40 SKI boots, $1.05, repaired. 68 York, 1-4-8H USED rugs, bought, sold and exchanged. Universal Rug Exchange, 278 Bank. 3-7881. v 2V HAVE your fur collar remodelled. Hlrsch's, 191 Bank. 3-3588. 6H SUN lamp to rent. Robertson, Plngle and Tllley, 58 Sparks. 2-1581. 1-4-12R STEEL card cabinets, single, double. Powls Bros., 2-9407. BP DESKS, school, double and single, reasonable. Sachs Brothers, Urond iSt. iva PIANO, chesterfield set, dining room set. 361 Nelson, evenings. 12 li QUEBEC heaters. 2, Flndlay, perfect condition. 3-4825. 12 APT. furniture for sale, after 7 p.m. 43 Primrose. 13 BOY'S winter overcoat, size 14X. Cole Ave. 8-1292. 501 12 MIRROR, bevelled glass, 24x14 Inches with frame, $5. 2-5296 after 6. 12 SKI parties, varied entertainment, good accommodation. Commercial Hotel, Messines, Blue Sea Lake. Tel. or wire for reservations. Ulrlc Nault, prop. 12 Paints $2.15 Per Gallon. BETTER quality from $2.75 tip. Complete lines of building materials, roofing papers, shingles, Ten-Test, hardwood flooring, etc. M. Zagerman and Co.. Ltd.. Bayview Rd. 8-5204. H-2Z-12 (Continued on Utxt Column) Articles For Sale (c'piUimittd from Preceding Column) GOOD quality beige wool fitted winter coat, mink trim, worn few time, IS; print dress, black and gray light wool dress, beige wool dress, black crepe, dress needle-point trimming, bluck double duty lace dress, black evening coat, elderly lady's black wool suit, all 18: 2 ring electric grill, medium size electric fan, all practically new. 4-3478. . 12li DIAMOND ring, lady's: railroad watch, electric razor. 2-4535, daytime. 5Q SUN-TESTED ano Srun-Worthy wall papers. Ramsay's Paints. J. E. Martin, Bank-Albert. 3-5195. 3M MAN'S beaver coat, 38, very good condition. $195. 68 york. 1-4-8B CHESTERFIELD set, 3 pieces, 333 FrlclSt f 14';: ' AUTO aerials, cabinets for Victor radios. Electronic Supply. 8-3507. 28 BABY sets, hand knitted to order. Wool supplied. 8-5840J. 12 v INNER spring mattresses, $18.50 to $39 50, and Inner spring mattresses with unit, $34.50 up. All sizes. Colonial Furniture, Bank and Waverly. 18C TYPEWRITERS. Rent a new or rebuilt Remington noiseless. Greater quiet, greater speed. Same rate us ordinary machines. Remington Rand, Ltd., 129 Queen St. Tel. 5-1489. 6R OFFICE furniture, used. Popham, 48 Queen St. 2-1136. OP TRIPLEX exterminates household, restaurant Insects. Kay C Laboratory, 81 Albert. 2-9168. 7K RADIO, electric toaster, mirror, mahogany tabic, mahogany dresser. 2-8552. J 2 RADIO. Philco, 1942 model, 5-tube I mantel, $60. Box 336. Citizen. 13 MAHOGANY steel bed. complete. $20; brass bed with spring, $5; niRS, $1 to $12; hickory skis. 7 "j ft., with poles, $5; gas logs, $3. , 207 Crichton, evening. EVERYDAY greetUig cards, complete range. Armand Cloutier, 1244 Wellington. 5C WE now carry a complete line of Anglican prayer and hymn books. Bindings In red, white, blue or black. Suitably priced. Evans and Kert Ltd., 124 Queen St . 12E FOR sale or rent. Remington portable adding machines. No govt, restriction on manual machines. Remington Rand, Ltd., 129 Queen St. 5-1489. 6R-13 PRESCRIPTIONS compounded expertly. Haberman's Prescription Pharmacy, 312 Rldeau. 3-3993. 5H PIANO to rent, $5 monthly. Robertson, Plngle. Tllley. 58 Sparks, at Elgin. 2-1581. 1 1-4-12R USED rugs bought, sold, cleaned, altered, repaired. Dinelle Rug Cleaners, 839 Somerset W. 8-2442. 22 B.P. asphalt tile flooring. Green Valley Lbr. Co. 3-6224. 6G PERSIAN mats, various sizes. $32.50 to $95. Orient Rug Cleaners. 1103 Bank. 4-8911. 7T BEDROOM suite. 5-piece. genuine walnut, must sell immediately. 4-6139. Wilton Crescent, Apt. 2. 12 AIR force officer uniforms, blue, summer, also greatcoat, raincoat, size 38. 39, height 5 ft. 7, chest and waist approximately 40 inches, good condition, very reasonable. 4-1134. 12 LADY'S blue suit, pin stripe, 18, $10. Black coat. 17. $15. 391 Llsgar St. 12 BABY'S blue bunting bag, like new. $2. 5-1085. 12 LAMPS, electric clock, fixtures, dresses. 6 Cobalt Ave. 3-1315. 12 FEB. clearance of 6-piece breakfast suite, consisting of extension table, buffet, 4 chairs, natural finish, leatherette seats, reduced from $79.50 to $59.50. Lindsay's, 189 Sparks. 3L-12 GENT'S bicycle, C.C.M. 2 to 4 p.m. 8-1269W from 14 SOLID maple bedroom set consisting of bed, chest, vanity and mirror, bench, night table, choice of either rich red maple or harvest finish, completely dustproof drawers, with drawer guides, all piece nand polished. $92 at Llnd-say'o. 189 Sparks. 3L-12 PALMER'S Plumbing Supply, now located at 320 Rldeau. 5-4900. 5P BAKER Bros., building materials, all kinds lumber, hardwood flooring, shingles, wall board. 66 Booth. 2-7393. 1-2-17B STOVES, wnshers, iceooxes. furniture, carpets A. Bclanger Ltd.. 2-8791. 3B BEDBUG killer. $2.50 gallon. Stainless. Furniture fumigated. 3-5720. 4N , VACUUM cleaners repaired, all makes, guaranteed. Brentwood Electric, 8-2233. 4B CAR radio, Philco, with aerial kit. $35 cash. 5-3567 evenings. 13 MUSKRAT, lady's, length, size 38, $25. 485 Evercd. 12 STEEL bed, complete. $12; trunk, $5; chairs, table, curtains, box camera. 18 Thornton Ave. 12 1 REFRIGERATION init. Servel water cool condensed, 1 h.p., good condition. After 6 evenings, 8-4426W. 13 Radio FRED the Radio Man. prompt service. Call 4-184B for 14'a REPAIRS to all makes of radios. Work guaranteed. 5-0039. 90 RADIO service by experts. Just tel. 2-1581. Robertson, Plngle, Tiliey, 58 Sparks. 1-4-12R RIDEAU Radio Service, 647 Rldeau. 5-2262. Work guaranteed. 14B REPAIRS to radios, electrical appliances. 45 Musgrove. 4-7763. 5J RADIO repair service. General Radio Sales, 271 Bank. 4-6292. 4Q FREE estimates on all repairs. Supply Co. 2-0382. Radio 10R 8 years experience repairing radios. Wellington's Radio Service. 8-3615. 4W EXPERT radio repairs, all makes, work guaranteed mouths. Economy Radio Service. 8-0379J. 16 'a OTTAWA East Radio Hervtce. guaranteed. 60 Main, a-0039. Work Poultry Livestock HENS for sale, 23 Barred Rocks, bargain. 86 Carruthers. 13 ORDER your baby chicks now. Immediate delivery. Goddard, Britannia Heights. 19 Dogs- and Pet Stock COCKER, springer spaniel popples. Scotch terrier, female, reg'd. 2-54i)2. 2K ANIMAL stories, CKCO, Thurs., 5.30. Humane Society. 5N-12 . , , , ,, WE buy small puppies, around 7 weeks old. 156 Bank. 161i Fuel For Sale DRY slabwood, also wood cutting. Trudeau. Reasonable. 8-5158R. 17 BODY hardwood, also hard and softwood slabs. Independent Coal. Lumber Co., 88 Bank. 2-1785. Do not burn this newspaper. Save tor salvage. 4J BODYWOOD. birch. Geekle. 8-6572. cut or In 4 WOOD cutting 3-1508. and sawing. Tel. 161i BODY wood. L. Monette, 22 Concord. 4-7692. 15 ',a (Continued on Next Column) Fuel For Sale (Continued fi'tnn Precfrttnif Column) BODY softwood, hardwood cut 1 i cord $4.25: dry softwood slabs, $3. Bcrger, 8-1583. 17 li WOOD cutting, reasonable rates. Tel. 8-6-120R. 12 WOOD cutting, anywhere, prompt service, reasonable rates. Call 8-3681J. 13 WHITE birch, $11, 4.25 cut. 5-1414. Cowan, 13 WOOD cutting, anywhere, prompt service, reasonable rates. Call 8-3681J. 12 i Wanted Misc. PIANO. Citizen. Will pay cash. Box 347 1-4-12R WANTED, boat, inboard motor. 5-3904 evenings after 6. 14 12 or 16 gauge shotgun. Citizen. Box 332. 14 BABY chick electric Incubator. 1.000, 2.000 size. Canadian make, Buckeye battery brooder, other types, mantel radio. Box 334, Citizen. , 13 WANTED, household, office furniture stoves. Highest prices. Miller's. 2-8178. 17M FURNITURE, stoves, bought, sold exchanged. Silver Furniture Store. 3-5258. 10S WILL purchase contents completely furnished homes, or will arranne private sale. Macdonald. 4-9348. 1-2-15M SILVERWARE, glassware, good furniture, etc. Snipper's. 331 Elgin. 3-9430. 8S TOP prices paid for used furniture stoves, complete contents of homes purchased. Atlas Furniture. 4-2554. SA FURNITURE, stoves, etc.. wanted. Best cash prices. Kronlck. 3-9780, 6K BICYCLES, tricycles, guns, skates, bought for cash. Byshes. 223 Bank. Ill HOUSEHOLD, office furniture, men's clothing. Top prices. 3-9521. 2W GOOD used Underwood Typewriters for cash. Underwood Elliott Fisher Ltd.. 2C3 Queen. 2-3531. 6V OLD fur coats, seal, Highest prices. 4-2815 lamb, raccoon. 12 la HIGHEST prices paid for men's suits, overcoats, topcoats. 8-1265. 12 2 HIGHEST prices for men's suits, overcoats, pants, luggage. 3-7589. 3N WE buy anything. Best prices. 2-0121. What have you? 4D SHORT wave converter, ferred. Box 291, Citizen. Philco pre- 14 SECOND hand electric stove, condition. 2-4723. good 131a DIAMONDS, gold. Highest prices paid. Horwitz. 177 Bank. 2-9859. 23 li CAMERAS and supplies wanted. Cash. Fotoshop, 137 li Sparks (opposite Citizen). 2F RADIO, sewing machine, other furniture. 4-1760. 5B RILL buys gold, silver. Store entrance, 193 Sparks. diamonds. 3R WE buy furniture, stoves. Ralph's furniture. 89 Clarence. 4-6737. 5S McCORD'S will buy complete contents of your home. Pay cash. Furniture, silver, linen. 2-1112. 1-3-24M CAMERAS, enlargers, sold. Gould'6, 83 Bunk- etc., bought, 2-2564. G FURNITURE, anything you have to sell. J. Allen, 4-4114. 3A WARDROBE trunk, medium size, good condition. 2-0834. 13 li INWARD motorboat. Box 234, Citizen. State price. 12 li SINGER sewing machines wanted, will pay top prices. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 195 Rldeau. 4-0392. 15','a WATER Jacketed exhaust for Star motor. Box 227. Citizen. 12 a WARD ROUE trunk-for naval rating. Size, price. Box 285, Citizen. 121i OUTBOARD motor, 1 to 3 h p. 8-6626. Cash. 15 SEWING machines, pay cash. Co.. 195 Sparks. 2-2584. Singer 14 Summer Resorts LARGE attractive cottage for sale, Woodroffe, electricity. 2-0138, evenings. 14 ',a SUMMER cottage wanted for season, running water, electricity, water front. 10 miles Ottawa. Box 350 Citizen. 14 'a COTTAGE for sale, near Palm Beach, .9 years old, good condition. Lot 50x100 ft. Capital Trust Corp., Ltd., 10 Metcalfe. 14 WANTED. 3 room cottage, near lake, curllne. 4-105. 13'a WANTED, small cottage for season. 2 govt, girls, partly furnished, hour from Ottawa. Box 290, Citizen. 13 COTTAGE wanted for summer season, Aylmer preferred, must be near street car. 4-2219. 12 li STEWART and 5-7637 or 3-5391. Mills, 18 Rldeau. 2S Winter Resorts LOOKING for a good time. Arrange A party at Blue Sea Lake. Skiing, sliding, sleigh drives, etc. Commercial Hotel, Messtnco. Uhlc Nault, prop. Ask your friends. 12 Houses To Let WOULD share furnished home with couple, non-drinkers. 4-6412. 12 EXCHANGE furnished bungalow with yard, Overbrook, for heated electric apt., unfurnlRhed preferred. Available anytime. 5-7110. 14 KINGSMERE. $60 till May, then $85. i hour from Ottawa, 2 miles from bus, modern heating, plumbing, Insulation. 3-1560. 12 Houses Wanted UNFURNISHED, 4 bedrooms, garage, permanent resident. Will furnish substantial rental advance. Immediate possession If possible, can arrange for exchange house In Toronto. 2-4215, daytime, 14'a ANXIOUS to rent small house or duplex In good condition for occupancy anv time to 1st June. Box 322, Citizen. 8-2186W. 14 I have a cash buyer for central house. If you want to sell, call Walkers now. 2-5434. 14 V WANTED house, apt., duplex, unfurnished, by permanent civil servant, family of 3. Owner requires present house. Possession any time. Box 305, Citizen. 14', j WITHIN walking distance Parliament Bldgs., cash purchaser. Porter, 2-8773. 7P-12 SOLDIER'S wife. 4 children. 1 school age, desire to rent unfurnished house. Box 298. Citizen. 12 WILL exchange 9 rooms, unfurnished, in Toronto, for similar accommodation In Ottawa or vicinity. 8-0320W, niter 6 p.m. 13 li HOUSE wanted, 4 or 3 rooms, permanent resident. Reward. 2-4207, or 2-2008 after 6. 13 HOUSES wanted to buy, single or double, Glebe, Ottawa South or West End. Box 267. Citizen. 2A-12 HOUSE, apt. or duplex, permanent couple. May 1, references. 8-5883J after 5.30. 15 WANTED for cash. In Civic Hospital district or Ottawa South preferred, small type 6 or 7 roomed home. Cape Cod or Colonial bungalow type. Might consider exchange on North Toronto home, ravine lot. Box 191. Citizen. Apartments Wanted ilY air force officer, wife, bv April 1, small furnished or unfuinlsned apt. Box 325, Citizen. 14'a FURNISHED apt., air force officer and wife. Might Lieut. U. U. Forbes, S-18:i!l or 3-4041 KiB squudron. 13 BUSINESS girl desires to share with girl who has apt. Box 323, Citizen. 12 2 business ladles desire furnished apt.; rooms with privileges, March, April 1. References. Box 326, Citizen. 14 APT., small, private entrance, by quiet, refined couple in their forties, no children, best references. Olebe or near Dow's Lake, reasonable. Box 330. Citizen. lj APT. or flat, young couple, references. Permanent. May. 3-1727. 13 t COUPLE, apt. or house, will buy furniture. Box 307, Citizen. 13 APT., 2 or 3 rooms, modern conveniences, adults. 3-9136. 13 COUPLE desire apt. or housekeeping rooms, furnished. 4-2939. 13 COUPLE with baby desire unfurnished apf. or house, civil servant, Protestant, references. Box 289, Citizen. 13 1-bedroom apt., furnished. We like nice things so you can trust us to take good care of yourr,. Box 282, Citizen. 12 APT., 2 or 3 rooms, modern conveniences, adults. 3-9136. 12 MAY 1 or earlier, unfurnished apt. or duplex, 4 or 5 rooms, married couple, no children, permanent civil servant, references. Box 292, Citizen. 16 APT., duplex. 2 bedrooms preferred. Permanent couple. Box 281, Citizen. 12 la DOCTOR'S wife wants furnished or unfurnished apt. for herself and Infant expected in June. 2-0897. 12 FURNISHED 4-rooni apt., by young officer and wife, immediate possession. Box 274. Citizen. 12 UNFURNISHED flat. apt., couple, 6 months' rent advance. 4-0671. 14 ARMY officer, wife, daughter 11 months, require apt. or house, furnished or unfurnished. Will pay $90. Box 243. Citizen. 14 $50 reward, 3 or 4 -room apt.. Immediately, later, central. West End. Box 220. Citizen. 13 FURNISHED apt. for couple, no children. Box 186, Citizen. 12 li 6 months' rent in advance for unfurnished apt., duplex, house, between now and May 1, no children. 9-4092. 15 OFFICER, wife, baby require accommodation any kind. Box 270, Citizen. 12 NAVAL officer and wife, no children, require apt., housekeeping flat or duplex, furnished. 4-9514. 12 APT., furnished, 4, 5 rooms. Box 272. Citizen. 12 WANTED by business couple, no children, small apt., light housekeeping rooms, furnished, unfurnished. Box 273, Citizen. 12 YOUNG engineer and wife desire furnished or unfurnished flat or apt. 4-7108. 12 AIRFOKCE officer, wife, quiet, reliable, desire Immediately small apt. or rooms, unfurnished. Box 279 Citizen. 12ji SMALL, furnished or unfurnished, young American couple. Box 277, Citizen. j2,i GENTLEMAN desires small apt. or large room, kitchenette, unfurnished, private home, central. 5-4837 after 6. 13 Rooms Wanted WHO could offer rooms, board for 8 weeks to refined little girl of 5, attending kindergarten, ' vicinity Elmdnle school? Bov 353 Citizen. 131i BUSINESS girl desires board, central. 2-7844. room and 12 li BED-sitt.lng, with kitchenette preferred. 2 girls, central. 3-9155. 12'.i BUSINESS lady, bed-sitting, grill or kitchen privileges, central. Box 327, Citizen. 13 BUSINESS lady requires partly furnished room, vicinity Research or Center Town. Box 319. Citizen. 14 BI'.D-slttlng, kitchenette, bathroom, adult couple. Box 321, Citizen.. 13 PRIVATE home, breakfast, evening dinner, business girl. Box 295, Citizen. 13 ACCOMMODATION required for wife. 2 children. Immediately. Box 301. Citizen. 12 AIRMAN'S wife and 1 child, 2 or 3 housekeeping rooms, unfurnished or partly. 8-4582J. 12 OFFICE man wants single room and 2 or 3 meals, central or south. Box 215. Citizen. 13 MOTHER, daughter, Catholics, non-smokers, want housekeeping rooms In respectable home, must be quiet, clean, warm, rent.ral fivi riptafls Rnv 11c. Citizen. 13 FURNISHED or unfurnished. 3 or 4 rooms, clean, references. Phone 3-7279. 13la 2 rooms or fiat with, or without housekeeping privileges, Rockclltlo (lis-trlct, temporary. Box 318, Citizen. 13 'a 2 or 3 rooms, furnished, unfurnished, suitable for man. wife, child 2i years. Box 312, Citizen. 13 la BEDROOM, bed-slttlng. kitchenette, mother and son 23. 4-6423. 13 AIR force couple, 1, 2 furnished rooms, cooking facilities, central, Glebe. Box 283, Citizen. 13 2 rooms or flat, mother and daughter. Box 331. Citizen. 13 GENTLEMAN, well furnished room, light grill privileges. Pleaso state address. Box 333, Citizen. 12 Daily The Resu Citizen . A Feature Illustrating Their Effectiveness: Secured Help. WOMAN, 1 or cleaning. 3-4:134. Sold 1931 Chevrolet heater, good tires. 2 days, general Car. cabriolet, with 336 Rochester. Rented Room. FURNISHED room. Apply 403 Bay St. The above are Just some of the results obtained yeiterday. Th ever changing list of oilers In Citizen ClassiHed Ads. prove their Intrinsic value. Your problems may be solved equally as well when you follow the same plan as these folks and put result-producing Citizen Classified Ads, 011 the job for you. Advertisers want something tangible when they buy advertising space. They get it in the form 0 RESULTS when they use Citizen Classified Ads. The Citizen Is a member of the Association of Newspaper Classified Advertising Managers, which has for its aim the elimination of fraudulent and misleading advertising. The Citizen will appreciate having Its attention called to any advertisement not conforming to the highest standards of honesty. The Canadian Press, of which The Citizen Is a member has the exclusive right to the use for republication of all news dispatches credited to It or the 13 Associated Press in this newspaper and Flats Apt. To Let (At KAMiK 3-room tl tttittun Arm-v for apt , 2 bedrooms. 4-1151 8-3206. li EXCH NCK 1 room ept.. kitchenette, bathroom, oppimiie MeXtlli Unit-enUfy, Montieul, lor apt., Ottawa. Bo li'. Citizen. I3'a Furnished Flats Apis. EXCHANGE fully furnished flat. Ottawa, for accommodation Toronto. April to June or longer. Box 342 Citizen. 14!a FURNISHED apt., for 5 a-.ontris. central. 3 bedrooms, no objection to children. Box 338. Citizen. 12 FURNISHED apt. Can cxchsnn" modern unfurnished apt. In Halifax rent $55. Will sell present kitchen gr.d dining room furniture and chesterfield suite if desired. Box 329, Citizen. IS McCORD'S will furnish your apt or house on monthly rental, everrtliin? supplied. 2-1112 158 Sparks l-3-2-i IF you require furnished or unfurnished apt., tei. 2-2257. ia Rooms To Let OFFIER'S double bedroom, beautiful living room, fireplace, radios, breakfast nook, garage, central, weefciv. daily. 5-1057. 17'i COMFORTABLE room in apt., gentleman preferred. 4-0192. 12!j T " ' ' ' ' - 2 furnished bed-sitting. nrv and private home, central, 3 or 4 English-4-1854. 12i, IMMEDIATE possession. central, ground floor, dally, weekly, gentlemen. 196 Llsgar. 12', CENTRAL, bright, twin beds, gentlemen only. 205 O'Connor. Apt. B. 14' SINGLE room, comfortable, gentle man. Christian. 165 King Edward. 12', ATTRACTIVE bed-sitting. bright, warm apt. Bronson. 3-9125. 14' t LARGE room In private home, adult. 3-9565.. 14 'a LARGE room, breakfast, new home. Sandy Hill, gentleman. 2-7022. 14'a GIRL to share room, twin vicinity Cartler Square. 4-2343. beds. 13', CLEAN' bed-sitting, no cooking. 3U Kent St. 12', WELL furnished bedroom, central, gentleman. Box 246, Citizen. 12 HOUSEKEEPING room, $13.50 monthly, radio, central, tel. 234 Ba?. i BEDROOM and large, bright sitUrs room, warm, comfortably furn'shed. private verandah, Ottawa South. J hoes after 6. 4-9060. 12 LARGE room, suit 2. girls only, references. 96 James, evenings. if LARGE well furnished fcJd-sltttng room, new home, would suit gentleman, breakfast If desired. 4-4893. 131, ROOMS by day. singles and doubles. Bytown Inn, 73 O'Connor. 17 SINGLE room, gentleman, Bronson car-bus. 4-5121. alter 4. l ROOM and kitchenette, newly decorated. 3-8076. i BED-sltting room In new bungalow, business couple preferred. 73 Vaughan. between 7 and 9. 13 GIRL wanted to share large, comfortable room. Box 337, Citizen. 13 FURNISHED front bedroom, central, gentleman. 2-4676. lj NICELY furnished front bedroom, breakfast, private home, gentleman. 3-8778. 13' a ROOM in apt., very central, non-smoker. 5-7158, evenings. 15'i SANDY Hill. suit. 2, kitchen privileges, $30. 3-7279. 12 a NEAR Experimental Farm, on carline, furnished bedroom, sitting room, private bathroom, 1 person only. 8-3094J. 11 EXCEPTIONALLY large well furnished room, strictly private home, u!$ gentleman or business couple. Break -last If desired. 8-6154. 15', NICELY furnished, suit 2, 570 Chapel. March 1. 13', SINGLE, also large bedroom, cookln? privileges. 5-4854. 15 LARGE, suit 2 gentlemen, $12 each. 131 Queen West. 12', ROOM, twin beds, suit 2 gentlemen. Jewish home. 3-8821. IS LARGE furnished room In prlvat home, suitable for 2, servicemen preferred, no meals. Tel. 4-3553. 13 LARGE front, suit 1, 3 gentlemen. Evenings, 2-7945. 13 LARGE, breakfast, aeml-prlvat bath,, March 1. Box 300. Citizen. U LARGE, clean, central, S minute Cartier B.dg., gentleman. 3-1209. 13 IN exchange for light services. nlc bright warm room, board. In comfortable home, small family, no other roomers. Box 284, Citizen. 13 SINGLE, new private home, shower, breakfast optional, walking distance Experimental Farm, good transportation. Box 230, Citizen. 12', LADY, clean, Pamllla, Apt. 3. with privilege. &S 12 BED-sltting, hot water, central. $25. gentleman. 2-2329. 14 Room and Board ROOM and board, near Preston :4 Carllng. .8-7490W. 12:i VACANCY for 1 quiet girt. Laren. 84 Mac. 17 SINGLE room with board. mouT St. 370 Gi!-17 BED-sitting, attractively furnished, breakfast, evening dinner. 2 business girls desired, Daly Ave., central. 4-4472. HED-slttlng. electric fireplace, wltlx balcony. With board. 4-1A03. 14 (Continued on Next Pase) Evidence of Produced By Classified Ads Sold Kodak, luliiivc; porkri Eastman Kodak for sale. 3-l,fl4. ItrnLrd Kooin. IIRNIMIED room, 1, 2 girls c couple. 3-8i.il . Sold Coat. BROWN cont. raccoon collar, chamois lined, 16. 8-0425. also of all local newt published therein

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