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The Ottawa Citizen from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada • 14

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14 THE EVENINO CITIZEN, Ottawa, Tuesday, July 11, 1944. Articles For Sale (Continued from Preceding Column) Articles For Sale (Continued from Preceding Column) Female Help Wanted (Continued from Preceding Column) CHILDREN'S helper, evenings free and sleep out. Apply Day Nursery, 195 George. 4-2422. 20 GIRL, 2 hours, 3 mornings weekly.

96 Blackburn. 4-1226. 20. TEMPORARY home for reliable woman i in exchange, for help In small home STUDio couch, $12. Apply 237 Arllng-Call evenings, 5-7564.

18 ton Ave 20 ton Ave. 20 Rooms To Let (Continued from Preceding Ccl'rrsi SINGLE rooms. $1 daily. Victoria Hotel. 34 Murray.

13 SINGLE, cooking prmleffe. twin beds. 8-0 M0 evenings cdy. i SELECT guest house, rocmi etw available, breakfast optional. 4-52S4.

13 ROOMS to let. 167 Arlington Ave. II Room and Board ROOM and board, suit 2. 150 8-5973 W. 21 WILL board elderly wnmiD or children tn country.

Box SI. Cii-een 20 ROOM and board for 2. 3-4578. 13 GENTLEMAN to share room, twin teis. 5-2723.

IN exclusive guest house, larse drui.e room, twin beds. $105 mcathlr including meals for 2 persons- Ad-l'-a only. 2-9S79. 22- a BED-sltting or bedroom wvh breakfast; Sandy Hia. 2-5637.

13 ROOM and board. 2 girls. 2-306. 13 a Wanted Misc. (Continued from Prucedlng Column) LARGE electric fan with stand.

2-9848. 18 FURNITURE, stoves, wanted. Best cash prices. Kronlck. 3-9780.

6K FURNITURE, anything you have to sell. J. Allen. 4-4114. 3A HIGHEST cash prices paid for furniture, home appliances, contents of furnished homes.

Henry Johnson, 2-0698. 7J TOP prices, household, office furniture, men's clothing. "3-9521. 2W VACUUM cleaners, all makes. Anv-condltlon.

8-2233. 1-2-4B WE buy furniture, stoves. Ralph's Furniture, 89 Clarence. 4-6737. 53 WE buy anything.

What have you? Best prices. 2-0121. 1-2-4L) GOOD used Underwood Typewriters for cash. Underwood Elliott Fisher 203 Queen. 2-3531.

6V HIGHEST prices paid lor men's suits. overcoats, pants. 8-1265. 22 ROOFING, red asphalt. 60 lbs.

per roll. large variety shingles. Barrett Brothers. 260 Catherine. 7B CAMERAS enlargers.

microscopes, binoculars, photographic equipment. Gould's. 83 Bank St. 9G DIAMONDS, gold, highest prices paid Horowitz, 177 Bank. 2-9859.

19 'J WANTED, household, tffice furniture. stoves. Highest prices. Miller's. 2-8178.

17M BICYCLES. tricycles. guns. skates. bought for cash.

Byshes, 223 IB TOP prices paid for used furniture, stoves, complete contents of homes purchased. Atlas Furniture, 4-2554. A Men's Suits Wanted. Apartments Wanted (Continued from Preceding Column) WANTED by couple, no children, modern, centrally located permanent apt. or duplex.

Box 397 Citizen. 19 AUO. 1. furnished or unrurnished. 4-5 rooms.

8-1525 J. 19'a Rooms Wanted SINGLE room, mother and Infant, with someone to mind child, good wages. Box 119. Citizen. 19a ELDERLY lady.

In quiet private family, bed-slttlng. well furnished. Sandy Hill preferred. Box 113 Citizen. lvi GENTLEMAN.

artistically furnished room, wUling share, central. Box 127 Citizen. 18'i COUPLE with 5 mos. baby desire rooms, apt. Would consider summer rental.

Box 101. Citizen. 20 FURNISHED. 2. light housekeeping rooms, quiet young couple without children.

Aug. 1. permanent. Box 102. Citizen.

20 BUSINESS girl desires room, grill privileges, central. Box 00, Citizen. 18 NAVAL officer desires room, central. Box 93. Citizen.

19 LADY, comfortable bed-sitting room, grill, refined family, references, central. Aug. 15. Box 96. Citizen.

20 FURNISHED rooms. 2, 2 business girls. Immediately. 8-7391 evenings. 20 FURNISHED room with grill prlvlleaes or kitchenette.

2 sisters. Sandy Hill. Box 98. Citizen, or 9-6054 daytime. 20 ROOM and board, gentleman, preferably Bronson or Carllng.

Box 447. Citizen. 18 BUSINESS girl, furnished room, with kitchen privileges. West End. Box 85.

Citizen. 19'2 QUIET business lady, good room. 2 meals or use light grill. Box 384. Citizen.

20 BOARD wanted. vicinity Bronson. Cooper, gentleman. Box SI. Citizen.

18 REFINED business lady desires unfurnished room and board, private horn. Ottawa South preferred. 5-2350. 18 Rom BURNPIDE At the Grace Hospital. Sundsv.

Julv 9. 1941. to M.S. and Mr. D.

N. Burnslde, a eon. Both rell. 18 CHATEAUVERT At Sacred Heart Hos- pital. Hull, on July II.

1944, to Mr. i and Mrs. Emlle Chateauvert, a sister for Lorraine. ISVj LOPEF On July 7. 1944.

at the Ottawa Civic Hospital, to F.L. and Mrs. S. Losee, a daughter. 18 MONTPETIT At the Ottawa Civic Hospital, on Sunday.

July 9. 1944. to Mr. and Mrs. R.

Montpetlt (nee Nora Hanley), a daughter. Both well. 18" 'a NIMAN At Grace Hospital on Saturday. July 8. 1944, to Mr.

and Mr. T. E. Nlman (nee Dorothy Price), a son. Both well.

18 ROULEAU At Grace Hospital on Sunday. July 8. 1944, to Mr. and Mrs. Emile Rouleau tnee Hilda Smith), a son (stillborn) 18 ROUSSEAU At the Ottawa General Hospital on Sunday, July 9.

1944, to Dolores, wife of Sgt. Roger Rousseau, R.C.A.F.. the gift of a eon. Both well. 18! TALLER On Thursday, July 6.

1944. to Mr. and Mrs. S. Taller, a sister (Caroline) Xor Herbie.

18 THOMS the Ottawa Civic Hospital. Julv 10. to Mr. and Mrs. Howard A.

'Thoma tnee Davlna Sinclair) a daughter (Kathleen Jean). Both well. 18 'a WILLIAMS At Grace Hospital on Friday. July 7, 1944, to Mr. and Mrs.

L. A. Williams, a daughter. 18 Engaged EL AIR-GIBSON Mr. and Mrs.

Charles E. Blair of Moose Creek, wish to announce the engagement of their only daughter, Thelma Grace, to Flying officer John Tllton Gibson. R.C.A.F.. only son of Mrs. D.

W. Gibson and the late Mr. Gibson of Cornwall, Ont. Marriage to take place early In August. 18 'a HUGHFS-DUNCAN Mr.

and Mrs. R. J. Hughes wish to announce the encasement of their youngest daughter, Velma Catharine, to Sgt. Edward A.

Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oordon 8. Duncan, of Vancouver, B.C. The weddina will take place in Ottawa on Aug.

5th. 18 Va Married HAGGINS-SAINSBURY On May 20, at Crovdon. England, Marlon Hilda Jane, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.

J. Salnsburv of Croydon, to C.Q.M.S. Arthur F. Hagglns, First Canadian Army Headquarters, younger son of Mrs. Haggina and the late E.

M. Hagglns. 18 Died BREWIN Suddenly at Stoney Lake, Monday, July 10, 1944. Amea, wife of Rev. F.

H. Brewln and daughter of the late Hon. A. G. Blair.

18 DENVERS At a local hospital on Sunday. July 9. 1944. Charles Denvers, husband of Ann Miller of 415 Lisgar In his 55th year. Resting at Hulae and Playfatr.

315 McLeod where service will be held in the chapel on Tuesday, July 11, 1944, at 4 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. 18 GAGNON At a local hospital on Monday, Julv 10. 1944. Claude Gagnon, beloved husband of Sara Desautels, aged 52 years.

Funeral from the Racine Funeral Home, 127 George on Thursday, July 13. at 8.30 a.m. for requiem high mass at Notre Dame of the Presentation church of Overbrook and Hurdman's Bridge, at 9 o'clock. Interment at Notre Dame cemetery. 19 GRATTON Suddenly on, Sunday.

July 9. 1944, at his late residence, 34 Tracv. Wrlghtvllle, beloved husband of Aldea Germain, Arthur Gratton. aged 47. Remains resting at his late residence.

34 Tracy, from where funeral will be held on Wednesday. July 12, at 8.45 a.m. for a solemn requiem high masa at St. Joseph church. Wrlghtvllle.

at 9 a.m. Interment at St. Redempteur cemetery. 18 HAMILTON On Saturday, July 8, 1944. at Lake wood, Ohio, John K.

Hamslton. In hia 90th year, dearly beloved lather of Mrs. J. J. Wilkinson.

179 Springfield Rd. Interment Monday, Lakewood Park cemetery. 18 JOLICOEUR At the residence of hia father-in-law, Eucllde Charette. 44 Leduc Hull, on Saturday, July 8, 1944. after a short Illness, Edouard Jolicoeur, aged 43 years, beloved husband of Colette Charette.

Funeral from the Racine Funeral Home, 16 Carillon Hull, on Tuesday, July 11, at 8 10 a.m., for Notre Dame church, Hull, for requiem high mass at 8.30. Interment at Notre Dame cemetery, Hull. 18 MAYOTTE At a local hospital on Monday, July 10. 1944, Louis Victor Mayotte, beloved husband of the late Victoria Whelan, age 73 years. Remains are resting at the William Landrevllle Funeral home.

578 Somerset W. Funeral Wednesday morning, July 12, at 7.30 a.m. to St. Brleld's church for requiem high Died (Continued from Preceding Column) REMUS At a local hospital on Satur day, July 8. 1944, Wilhemlna Noack, widow of Charles o.

Beraus or In her 56th year. Remains left Hulse and Playfalr, 315 McLeod on Sunday evening. Resting at her home. 560 Miller Pembroke. Funeral service and Interment on Tuesday afernoon.

18 ROCHON At a local hospital Sunday. July 9, 1944. Juliette Ciodln, In her 47th year, beloved wife of Arthur Rochon of Klrkland Lake, Ont. (formerly of Hull). Remains resting at Hmonds Funeral Home, St.

Joseph from where the funeral will be held on Thursday, July 13, 1944, at 7.55 a.m. for solemn requiem high mass at St. Joseph's church, at 8 a.m. Interment St. Re-dempteur cemetery, Hull, 19Va ST.

LAURENT At a local hospital, on Monday, July 10, 1944. Blanche Richard, belovel wife of the late Alfred St. Laurent, aged 72 years. Funeral on Wednesday, July 12, at 7.40 a.m., from Gauthler and Co. Funeral Parlors, 259 St.

Patrick for requiem high mass at Sacred Heart church at 8 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. 18 Vi TRAINER At his residence, 289 Breeze Hill on Monday, July 10, 1944, Philip Eugene Trainer, aged 77 years, beloved husband of Mary Ann O'Callaghan. Resting at above address. Funeral on Thursday, 13th at 8.30 a.m.

to St. Mary's church for asolemn requiem mass at 7.45. Burial at Metcalfe R.C. cemetery. 19 WILLS Suddenly at Ills residence, Carllng Woodroffe, on Saturday, July 8, 1944, Edward George Wills, beloved husband of Llla Hill, aged 56 years.

Resting at the Tubman Funeral Home, 403 Richmond at Roosevelt Westboro, where funeral service will be held on July 11, at 2 p.m. IntermeDt at Plnecrest cemetery. 18 In Memorlam JOHNSON In loving memory of a dear daughter and sister, Barbara Maureen, who was accidentally killed July 10, 1940. Ever remembered. Daddy (overseas), Mommy, Fergus and Peggy.

18 NE1LL In loving memory of our dear mother, Mrs. Robert Nelll. who passed away July 11. 1943. "Thy will be done" seems hard to say When one we loved has passed away.

Some day, perhaps, we'll understand, When we meet again In that better land. Bill and Neita. 18 NEILL In loving memory of our dear Granny. Mrs. Robert Nelll, who passed away July 11.

1943. 'Tls but a year ago today Since God called you away. And we who loved you most of all Miss you more each day. Russell, Velma, Clifton and Eyleen. 18 WOODS In loving memory of our dear grandfather and great grandfather, Mr.

John Woods. His weary hours and days of pain, Hia troubled nights are past. And In our aching hearts we know He has found sweet rest at last. Dorothy, Diane and Luclen Leclalr. 18 Card of Thanks KENNY We wish to extend or heartfelt thanks and appreciation to our friends, neighbors and relatives, for the acts of kindness, messages of sympathy, floral and spiritual offerings received In our recent bereavement In the loss of a beloved husband and father, Aben Kenny.

Special thanks to Monsignlor G. D. Prud-homme. Rev. Father R.

Burke, Rev. clal thanks to Monsignor G. D. Prud-Que. Mrs.

A. Kenny and family. 18'a KRITSCH We desire to thank our many friends for their kindness, words of sympathy and floral offerings in our late bereavement. Mrs. August Krltsch and Family.

18', a FLET We wish to thank our many friends and relatives for their kindness, word of sympathy and floral offerings In the loss of our beloved sister, Agnes M. Plet. special thanks to Rev. F. H.

Wlmberley, who conducted the service. Sister and Brothers. TAYLOR We wish to than our many friends, relatives, neighbors for their acts of kindness, messages of sympathy and floral offerings received during our recent bereavement in i the loss of a dear wife and mother. I air. ayior ana son.

ib WEATHERALL We wish to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for their kindness, words of sympathy and floral offerings In the loss of our beloved son. Sergeant and Mrs. Wm. Weatherall. 18 Funeral Directors RADMORE Stewart.

1323 Wellington. 8-0800. Private ambulance service. 3R Moderate cnarges. dm VEITCH and Son, 453 Parkdale.

8-0202. Ambulance service. 3V HORACE Racine and Landrevllle 451 Rldeau. 2-9609. 3H FRED N.

Garrett. Dignified, dependable, economical; private ambulance 3-4773. 3G Cemetery Memorials BEST available in memorials, largest selection, prompt delivery at J. P. Laurin, 103 George.

4-0417. 38 AMBROISE. J. 265 Montreal Rd Authorized Rock of Ages dealer. Before purchasing compare my prices and workmanship Open till 8 p.m.

cjci, Florists WRIGHT'S floral designs, cut flowers. 70 Bank. 2-5673. 14W Transportation TRANSPORTATION to- Toronto, lady ana cniia. o-'iaii anytime.

itf', 2 Lost Found UMBRELLA, gent's, left on Bank car ounaay. Kewara. jih Aieicaue. LOST glasses, clear rim. Brown leather case.

Room 200. Blackburn Bldg. Reward. 181 a LOST, red cocker spaniel, name Ruff Kewara. i-ma.

GLASSES, case, name inside, lost, Plouffe Park. Reward. 8-5653M. 18i LOST by working girl, 2 $10 and 1 $2 bills in Fretman store Tues. morning.

Call Frelman's switchboard. 19 LOST in Eastvlew, letters, name on envelope, books, pay-checks. Send to Mr. Fernand Normand, 77 Farlar-deau. Hull.

19 LOST, black Scotch terrier, vicinity i VinvHAA Cum fol rr "tt rr at Humane Shelter. 3-8040 5N-18 LARGE navy pin, in brilliants, lost Mon. mornlnn. Tel. 2-7106, Mrs.

Hall. 18 SMALL spaniel, white, reddish tan markings, Roddy. Reward. 3-5919. 19 GLASSES in leather case lost vicinity Civic Hospital.

3-0606. 18 RING. gold, amethyst stone, lost; keepsake. 8-2704 after 6. 13 a GASOLINE ration book 513L1 lost Saturday evening, Ottawa South.

Reward. 9 Ossington. 19 'a LOST, truck tire, rim, 32-6, and chain tightener, between Old Chelsea and Alcove. Thurs. nlgnt last.

Kewara. iCedrlc Moore, Lascelles, Que. 19 BOSTON bull lost, Brantwood Beach, Ottawa East. Name "Carlo." 3-5827 or 39 Langevln, Hull. 18 WILL party who took by mistake parcel containing natnt drier from King Edward Hotel.

July 6. please I return to Box 67, Citizen. Reward. I 19) LOST. $25 between Reward.

Daly. Gllmour. 4-1310. 19 GLASSES lost vicinity uummings Bridge. 3-4289.

Reward. 19 ARTILLERY pin lost, great sentimental value, generous reward. 8-2144. 21 Female Help Wanted WAITRESSES, married women, part time, soda dispenser. Karson's.

60 Bank. 20Va BILINGUAL stenographer wanted, experienced preferred but not essential Apply Selective Service, F.F. 622. 20 COOK to take charge of kitchen only, immediately until end on McKay Lake in Rockcllffe. preferably to sleep in, $65 month.

4-2923. 19 PRACTICAL nurse, take full charge female invalid, permanent, references. 3- 8752. 19 CHAMBERMAID waitress. Rockcllffe; references required.

$60 monthly. Box 375, Citizen. 16 a WAITRESSES, part time, married women, no night or Sunday work. 821 Carllng. 19i GIRL for general Bleep In.

$45 to $55 per month. 2 children. 4- 9864. 181 Sparks, before 6. MAID, good salary.

91 Gulgues Ave. 19 TEMPORARY cook, sleep In, references required. 2-9979. COOK, general, 2 aauits, center town, good wages. 2-9770.

GIRLS wanted for part time work In restaurant, evenings. Apply 90 Sparks. 19 BOOKKEEPER and stenographer, married women, experienced, 4 hours dally. Box 74, Citizen. 19 HOUSEKEEPER, take full charge, room and board, wages.

4-0268. 18 COOK general, 3 adults, country home near Ottawa. Box 68, Citizen. 19 KITCHEN help, part time. Uwanta Lunch.

97 Bank. 19 PART time girl immediately, other help employed. 425 Cooper. 2-5882. 21 HOUSEKEEPER, experienced.

35 to 50 years of age, full board, sleep In, centrally located. 8-1300 daytime. 2-8063 evenings 18 GIRLS, 2, for kitchen work, live in, good wages, good hours, small Institution. 2-3541. 20'i GRADUATE nurses, general duty, 40-bed general hospital, eastern Ontario, 6-day week, 8-hour day, $75 per month plus maintenance.

Apply Box 347 Citizen. 23a Help Finish the War GIRLS required to work as waitresses and cafeteria workers in a war plant. Good salary. Uniforms furnished. Excellent living accommodation, i Apply Selective service, F.F.

637. isa Male Help Wanted YOUNG man, temporary license, wishes-driving lessons. Tel. Walker, 8-3475J, 6 to 8 p.m. 19 SCHOOL boy, with bicycle, good pay, part time.

124 Rldeau. 20 i CERTIFICATE engineer for institution, 1 day weekly and to supply 3 week holiday period. Apply Grace Hospital. Tel. 8-6100.

19 'a WE are Interested In obtaining part time commission salesmen, must have other full time employment, for a well established uniform line sold to dairies, bakeries. transport companies, for Ottawa and vicinity, previously represented by the late Mr. F. S. Hall.

Apply Hudson Uniform Toronto, Ont. 18 BOY student for fountain Job, must be strong, good wages. Apply 32 Elgin. 22 CAMP cooks wanted, Aug. 4 to Sept.

4. for family camp near Ottawa. Apply Selective Service. F.M. 433.

22 a Situations Vacant PRACTICAL baby nurse or graduate, for infant, immediately. 3-8806. 18 'a COUPLE for hotel, lady to do cooking, man for handy work. Apply Selective Service, F.M. 444.

192 Situations Wanted HIGH school student wants Job. 8-56B8J. 18 Vi BOY with bicycle, 15, desires work. Tel. 3-5800.

18 FRENCH Canadian girl, 4 years' office experience, wishes to learn English. Help with light housework or look after children. Box 94, Citizen. 20 MALE typist desires night work. 4-1770.

19 PAINTER to take Jobs after Sats. 8-3526J. and 19 MIDDLE aged woman, good desires employment in hotel cnnlr COOK, Box 78. Citizen 19 DESIRE work for evenings, preferably in doctor's office or photographic work. Box 79, Citizen.

19 TYPING done at home by married woman. 3-9245. 21 GENERAL carpenter work and furniture repairs. 8-2527J. 21 Teachers Wanted PROTESTANT teacher for Grade 2, Hull Intermediate School.

State Qualifications, experience and salary expected. R. Eldon Brown, Secy. 63 Wright Hull, Que. 21 a QUALIFIED Protestant teacher for public school No.

7. RadcllJfe. Apply stating experience; salary duties to commence Sept. 5. W.

L. Waddlngton, Combermere. Ont. 24a Articles For Sale BEDROOM set. 5-plece.

light maple. $100; Kroehler chesterfield, kitchen set, 6 pieces, single bed. complete, all very reasonable. 1051 Wellington, between 8 a.m. to 8.

p.m. FIANO, excellent condition, $85. Ill James St. 7J-19a VIOLIN, rangette. large walnut table odd chairs.

206 camoriage. evenings. TRACTOR. 3 plow, good condition. Sel.

Porteous. Osgoode Station. PHILCO radio, floor model. 4-2348. 18' a RECONDITIONED vacuum cleaner.

538 McLeod. 18 'a LARGE blue velour chesterfield set, reasonable. 390 Nepean. 20 ELECTRIC carrot vegetable Juicer. Al condition.

Call 12.30 to 6 p.m. 4-9330. 181a HAVING trouble with your sewing machine? If so call Singer 195 Sparks. 2-2584. 23 MOTORBOAT, birch bark cajnoe.

4-8112. ROGERS Majestic cabinet, radio, automatic stations; man's bicycle. 8-2906R. 13 'a TRICYCLES, wagon, wheels of all klndv parts, repairs. Baby sarrlage.

Small stove. Lawn mower. 374 Clarence. 19 MOVIE. 8 M.M., for children.

Mickey Moufce, Popeye. slightly used. Mounted on 200 ft. reels. Evenings, 20 Vx LARGE commercial lec refrigerator, square showcase.

8-1329W. 18l2 SIDEBOARD, dressers, variety of tables lor camp, reasonaDie. BEATTIE water pump, single bed. spring mattress, perfect. 3-9008.

a SINGLE bed complete, dresser, rug. wardrobe, linoleum rug, electric mixer, satin spread, table, etc. 358 Cooper. 18 Va PIANO, rugs, lamp "shades, other articles. 8-0422J.

18 i MOTOR scoot, good condition; man's bicycle, like new. 468 Lisgar. -19'a MOTORCYCLE. 1939. Indian Seout.

excellent shape, $400. 110 Ste. Marie, Hull. 3-2955. 20 Va HAWAIIAN guitar, practically new.

8-3946. FOLDING go-cart, good condition, $10. 3-5339. 18 ij KITCHEN stove, Maltland, 1943. 25 Murray.

20 Va iContlnued on Next Column) Oh, Yeah? 7rzr. ne iosoiiite ouperioniy of the Jap Fleet in Southern Waters Is Unquestioned." VOLKISCHER BEOBACHTER April 23. 1943 REVERSIBLE folding go-cart, $7. 49 Delanaudlere. Val Tetreau.

18 PIANO bargains from Robertson, Plngle and Tilley. Helntzman $95. Martin Orme $295. Mason and Rlsch $235. Martin Orme $195, Mason and Rlsch $275, Webber $285.

Mason and Rlsch $295, Nordhelmer $175, Martin Orme $185, Mason and Rlsch $265, Gerhard Helntzman $98, Robertson, Plngle and Tlllev $225. Mason and Rlsch $265. Willis $275. Martin Orme $165. Helntzman $275, Mason and Rlsch $325.

Bell $275. All are reconditioned and fully guaranteed by Robertson, Plngle and Tilley, 58 Sparks at Elgin. Tel. 2-1581. 12R STOVES, fireplace, iceboxes, furniture carpets.

A. Belanger, 2-8791. 3B PIANOS now available, limited number of good used upright models, thoroughly overhauled. Orme. 175 Sparks.

17N BEDBUG killer. $2.50 gaL Stainless. 375 Va Somerset. 3-5720. 4N WATER pump service, repairs in stock.

McCoy's Service, 63 Clarence. 4-0196. 18M AUTOMATIC hot water heater switches, thermostatically controlled. Have hot water always without danger of overheating tank and worry of forgetting switch on. Reasonably priced at $12.

Palmer's Plumbing Supply. 320 Rldeau. 5-4900. 5H DIAMOND engagement and wedding rings, car radio. 2-4535, daytime.

5G PERSIAN rug. 6.6x9, excellent condition, $150. Orient Rug Cleaners, 1103 Bank. 7T LIBRARY used books. 25c each Armand Cloutler.

1244 Wellington. .50 FANS for any purposes, for sale or rent. 2-0121. 1-2-4D IF you need anything In fuel, lumber, builders' supplies, insulation or factory work. Tel.

2-1785. 4J AMPLIFIER, complete with tubes. 1240 WeUlngton. IE COTTON baws. 8.000.

dally delivery. 6 Byward Market. 3-6307, from 9 ttt 6 evenings. 19Va B.P. asphalt tile fwonng.

Oreen Valley Lbr. Co. 3-6224. 8G FUR coats, remodelled: summer prices Hlrsch's. 191 Bank.

3-3588. 6H OFFICE furniture, used. Popham. 48 Queen St. 2-1136.

9P DANDRUFF medicament, effective. Haberman's Prescription Pharmacy 312 Rldeau. 5-3993. 5H TYPEWRITERS, mimeographs, adding machines, sale, rental, repairs. J.

M. Hill. 115 O'Connor St. 3-7783. i 1-2-4H BOND boxes, heavy steel with lock.

Powls 2-0407 8P Radio REPAIRING radios, 9 years' experience. Wellington Radio Service. 8-3615. 22 'a RADIO and electrical repairs. Work guaranteed.

45 Mosgrove. 5-4113. 34 FREE estimates on al) repairs. Radio Supply 2-0382. 10R RIDEAU Radio Service.

547 Rldeau 5-2262. Work guaranteed. 11B RADIO repair service. General Radio. Sale.

271 Bank. 4-6292. 4Q Fuel For Sale MIXED solt wood. 4 ft. long, $10 per cord.

Rene DeHaitre. 8-3881. 20 SLABWOOD, hard and soft, $9 cord. Plchard, 2-6085. 23 BUSHWOOD.

hardwood slabs and softwood slabs. Lambert. 2-6965. 22 Va WOOD sawing, reasonable rates, prompt service. Anywhere.

Doucet, 8-3681J. .21 WOOD sawing anywhere, reasonable, prompt service. 8-6420R. 20 Poultry Livestock IF you've older birds, it will pay to cull and replace with Bray aay-oias, or 2-3-4 week started (White Leghorns and most heavy breeds), immediate deliverv. Summer prices very attractive.

Kettles and Frappler, 25 York Ottawa; Russell Hay, R.R. 2, Russell. 18 SPECIAL sale baby chicks. Barred Rocks, $8 per 100; also started pullets and cockerels. Goddard.

Britannia Helght-j. 19 Va Dogs and Pet Stock WIDE choice cocker pups, also 1 female 11 months, registered show stock. 209 Carllng, Apt. 1. 19 REGISTERED cocker spaniel pups, by Fiddlesticks of Barrle.

J. Capello, 10 Charlotte. 20 SCOTTISH terrier, male pups, blacks, 2 months. Call Campbellcroft, Plan-tagenet, Ont. 18 COLLIE pups, 3 months old.

321 Mur- I-2-8B fOX terrier for sale. Apply 68 York. 1-3-8B IRISH, fox terriers, Persian kittens. spaniels. Blue Cross.

2-5462. 2K ANIMAL clinic. Dr. Radmore, 5-7341 531 Rldeau (cor. Cobourg).

1-2-9R Wanted Misc. ELECTRIC refrigerator or ice box wanted. 4-9330. 18'a CHILD'S play-pen, large sized cot. 4-8170.

20a TO buy or rent, battery radio. I have the batteries. 3-1430. evenings. 20 a BICYCLE, delivery, wanted, good condition.

8-2906J. 18Va RIFLE, 30-30 Winchester, Savage or Marlln, also 20 gauge double barrelled shotgun. 2-3427. 20 Va BICYCLE, girl's, boy's, condition not Important. 2-8114 after 4.

18 ELECTRIC rangette wanted. Box 99. Citizen. 20 GOLF clubs, man's, left handed. 4-8139 after 7.

18 BICYCLE. 3 speed, wanted for 3 weeks' vacation. Aug. Will pay rent, give all necessary guarantees and offer use of own bicycle while away. 2- 1273.

OUTBOARD motor. 1 to 2i h.p. Johnston preferred. Tel. 4-8549, after 7 p.m.

19i TREADLE and electric sewing machines bought. Best prices given. Charles Ogilvy Ltd. 5-3311. 6N ELECTRIC grill.

4-7598. 17 a FUR coats, seal, raccoon, muskrat, lamb Highest prices. 4-2815. 22 3 SINGER sewing machine, outboard motor. lVa h.p.

3-0531. 22 BRIDESMAID'S long dress, 12. pink. 8-6979W. 19 HOUSE trailer, must be winterized.

Box 80. Citizen. 19 ELECTRIC heater, small Quebec heater, good condition. 19 SEWING machine wanted, prefer portable electric. 8-2636.

21 Va CAMERAS and supplies wanted. Fotoshop. 137Va Sparks (opposite Citizen). 2F BOY'S wagon and small tricycle, in good condition. 4-9274.

18 WILL purchase contents completely furnished homes. or will arrange private 6a le Macdonald, 4-9348. 1-2-15M FURNITURE, stoves, bought. exchanged. Sliver Furniture Store 3- 5258.

10S SILVERWARE, glassware, good furnl- ture. etc. Snipper's. 331 Elgin. 3-9430.

68 McCORD'S will buy complete contents of your home. Pav cash. Furniture, silver, linen. 2-1112. 1-3-24M INVALID'S whepl chair, good condition.

Box 50. Citizen. 18 BICYCLE wanted. man's, 24-inch. Captain Tarbox, 9-6251.

18 BABY grand piano, for private party, cash, reasonable. Box 449, Citizen. 20 (Continued on isext Coiumn) IXYWV Xt: Poor Pa "Rich people are dissatisfied the same as we poor people are, but still I'd enjoy beln rich. I'd like to be dissatisfied in ease an' comfort." Claude Callan. CHILD'S crib.

27x52. 571 Lisgar St. 18a I INDIAN Big Chlel motorcycle, 1940. perfect motor and tires. Bank and Aylmer.

5R AIR force officer's summer uniform, size 37. 5-1784 afternoons. 19 USED chesterfield suite. 3 pc. mohair.

8-1519 between 6 and 7 evenings. 20 STUDIO couch, maroon. In good condition. 3-4743. 20 AWNINGS, tarpaulins, made, repaired.

Lawrence 12 York. 4-2081. 4L TENNIS racquets, 2, good condition 4-8582. 18 DE Forest Faultless Rochester SUMBLING 3-band washing radio, cabinet; machine. 95 18 washing machine, com-20 mercial laundry size.

2-2066. INNERSPRING double mattress, $19.95. Lindsay's, 189 Sparks. 3L-18 LINDSAY piano, $75. Call evenings.

Apt. 6, 269 Slater. 20 SIMMONS bed with mattress. $12; day bed with mattress, $5. 4-7718 after 6.

18 CAMERA, F. 2.9, trade for similar larger stze. 8-2745J. 20 OUTBOARD motor, late model, $150. 72 Metcalfe.

Apt. 1. 18 LARGE doll's carriage, complete with doll, clothing, good condition. $12; baby's dressing table, commode, hanging lamp. 2-7614.

19 CAR radio, 6 tubes, $20. 3-2729. 18 BELL transformer. 8-volt, gasoline camp stove. 8-1962W.

18 RUGS, living room, dining room; blue 9x13; 9x7, good $80 pair. 8-1962W. 18 GOODRICH car heater. 8-4017W. 18 TEAM horses, wagon, buggy, sleigh, plow, cultivator, disc harrow, harness.

George Paquette. Carllngton P.O., 8-5441, for information. 18 CHILD'S cot. rocking horses, baby clothes. 4-8411.

18 GARAGE clapboard, white, for sale, 12x24. asphalt shingle roof, 2 windows. 5-7080. 19 a ICEBOX, suit small store. 4-6239 not later than 4.

22 BUFFET and china cabinet, large, solid oak; baby bathinette, rocking horse. 221 Gllmour, Apt. 2. UNDERWOOD typewriter, good condition, $25. Box 64 Citizen.

18 Va MANTEL radio, also battery radio. 45 Mosgrove. 35 STUDIO couch, $50. bargain; dining room table. 253 Lisgar.

17 la CHESTERFIELD suites. $15. (sanitarily treated): breakfast sets. cottage stoves, $19.50. Reld's Trade-In Store, 344 Lisgar at' Bank.

7R PIANO, chesterfield suite, 2 studio couches, rugs, range, etc. 2-2729. 107 Waverley. 20 FOR sale, new rowboat. 14 feet, built special design.

Apply The Ship, Constance Bay. Ont. 18Va GATELEG table, electric stove, dresser, ice box. 3-5340. 18Va STAMPS, airmail and other collections.

Apply 1002 Somerset. 21 BASINETTE. baby bath. L. C.

Smith portable typewriter. 3-7978 between 7. 9 p.m. 18 FAIRBANKS motor, 7'a heavy duty, late as good as new. Century motor, 1 Va h.p., heavy duty, perfect shape.

300 Laurler W. -18 SAWMILL carriage complete. Belting, pulleys, piping, valves, fittings, angle irons. beams, saws. Beechwood Machinery.

4-3527. 9B STEAM pressure cooker, self generating, stainless steel gas operated, suitable for hotel or restaurant, practically new. 300 Laurler W. 18 FLETCHER portable bake oven, wood or coal, small -restaurant stove, 'wood or coal, good condition, sacrifice. 300 Laurler W.

18 BLACKSMITH'S forge, 1 bar sprayer for potatoes. 8-0862J. 20 DEI CO water pump iwith priority certificate). Welsh and Johnston, 474 Bank. 8W IRISH, fox terriers, Persian kittens, spaniels.

BH.s Cross, 2-54C2. 2K CASH register, electric, suitable for hotel or bar room, perfect condition. 1 beer cooler and dispenser, perfect condition, will sacrifice. 300 Laurler W. 18 STURDY high chair, new, natural finish.

$4.95. 181 Bank. 7D-18 LUMBER wagons, buggies and dump carts. Zagerman Bayvlew Rd. 22 unii.ii i al, rugs, scientincauy wasneu.

ci estimates. Parkers Cleaners. Dyers, Ltd. 2-1751. 10P FUR coats, completely restyled, for as low as $15.

Dworkln Furs. 256 Rldeau. 8D TYPEWRITERS. Rent a new or rebuilt Remington noiseless. Greater quiet, greater speed.

Sume rate as ordinary machines. Remington Rand. 129 Queen St. Tel. 5-1489.

6R DAVENPORT chesterfield Bet, 3 pieces, tapestry, recovered, $99; 2 used chesterfield sets, 3 pieces each, $35 and $45; piano. Mason Rich, reconditioned, small, excellent tone. $95. To be seen In our trade-in store, 720 Somerset 14L CONTENTS of home including solid mahogany dining room set. chesterfield set, player piano, bedroom set, odd beds and chairs, seal fur coat, tuxedoes, almost new, sizes 3, 38.

40, and 2-burner electric stove. 3 to 9 p.m., 49 Argyle. 20 BEDBUG killer, $2.50 gallon. Stainless. 375 Va Somerset.

3-5720. 1-2-4N 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 12E RUGS bought, sold. DlneUe Rug. 839 Somerset W. 8-2442.

10D VACUUM cleaners repaired, all makes, guaranteed. Brentwood Electric, 8-2233. 1-2-43 LARGE room, kitchen privileges. 181 Frank. 2-1670.

19'a GENT'S bicycle, good shape, 28 Lowrey. 19 a THOR electric washing machine, household size. $40. 2-2066. 20 DOUBLE bed, complete with spring, mattress, walnut finish.

4-4252. 20 OAK dining room suite. Hoover, attachments. 265 Booth, Apt. 4.

19 BROADLOOM rugs, tailor made to correctly fit any room, seamless up to 13 tt. wide. Universal Rug Exchance. 278 Bank. 3-7881 2V SALE of used clothing and shoes.

33 York, Sat. 1-2-8B BEAUTIFUL maroon rug. large; also electric fans. 2-3206 evenings. 18 ARMSTRONG Porta electric lroner, 18 inches.

2-7741 after 5.30. 19 HAY. 75 acres, standing; alss farm, spring and running water; close churches, schools, station; good stock farm. Will exchange. Pinard.

365 Rldeau. 18 WINDOW glass, leaded designs, plate and auto glass supplied, Installed. Consolidated Plate Glass 2-5755. IOC TRICYCLE, 2 to 4 $5. 4-E683.

19 CANADIAN General Insulation Co. Home Insulation, modern blower method. Estimates free. 8-3150. 40 CLIMAX wallpaper cleaner, 2-lb.

Jar 50c. J. E. Martin. Bank and Albert.

3-5195. 3M BREAKFAST set, pram, dining room sets, Duncan Fyfe table, desk, china cabinet. 728 Bank. 4-9223. 1-3-24M ANTIQUE dining room chairs, 6, magnificent condition.

Box 108, Citizen. 20 TRAM, push button car radio, 1940 Dodge motor, excellent condition. 945 Wellington. 19 Va OUTBOARD motor. 22 p.

Evlnrude, racing twin. Seaflea boat. Trailer. 2-4784. 19 VIOLIN, books.

Tel. 4-1956. 19 GOLF clubs, gentleman's, left hand. Ice box. Box camera.

483 Laurler W. 19 CHESTERFIELD set. dresser, decorator's straight edge, kitchen chairs. 8-1045. 22 ROWBOAT.

16 ft. 5-2027. 17 DESKS, school, double and single, Sachs Brothers. Broad St 17S STUDIO couch, breakfast set. combination radio, vlctrola, dresser.

55 Murray. 5B "Plastic-Kote" Plastic Coating: APPLY Plastic-Kote 131 Public Square Cleveland, Ohio. H-19'a New Drills and Motors. NEW electric drills. li-Va: hew electric motors.

4 h.p. and up. M. Zagerman Bayvlew Rd. 8-5204.

H-2Z-18 Wood and Asphalt Shingles. ROOFING and building paper, lumber, Ten-Test, flooring, mlllwork. All kinds of building material and paints, etc. M. Zagerman and Bayvlew Rd.

8-5204. H-2Z-18 (Continued on Next column) Automobiles DODGE 1937 sedan, (rood good Urea. 319 Lincoln. TAasTSero li CHEVROLET. 1935.

coupe, good Bargain. 2-8961. 13 FORD coupe 1333. $223. 14 Norfolk, alter 8.

evenings. 18 a FORD 1330 roadster. Tel. 8-4JTBW after 6. 20 'a FORD 1933.

$215 cash. 4-C270. 20 FORD coach. 1923, perfect tires. 377 Booth.

20 i COUPE. 1931 Chevrolet, good ecr-diticn. Ill Greenfield. Ottawa East, evenings. 20'- FORD coach.

133. good condition. 3-8808 after 20 -a GRAHAM. 1930. good condition, tires, radio.

113 Louisa St. 2-3 PONTIAC. 1935. 330 MacLarea. A.

17. BUICK 1932 coupe. 1252 Welilnr'-oc. daytime. STEEL dump box.

5-2103. DURA NT coupe. I). all T-fcauIet 709 Albert. 8-6067R evening.

CHEV, 1929. unusual good condition. privately owned. Box 107. Ciuzen.

EXTRA good car. 6 very good tires. $300 for TJick aa. Ganenr. 3 Mars ton.

Hull, near Sacred Hear Hospital. 29 CHEVROLET 1939 coach. tlon. tires. 28 Clarence.

Tuea. cefrr 7 JO pm. or Wed. noon. FORD roadster.

1931. perfert trea. 3-6363. 448 Bay. li CHEV.

coupe. 1929. good urea. BeT 6-8. 125'a Back.

19 FORD coach. 1334. good TeU 2-8330 after 6. 1J-, PONTIAC 1MI luxe sedan, cjstcrsa built, radio and heater aed um. orlea.

5 extra oo4 Urea. Pecnoca Garage. Nelson. 1-i-tP CHEVROLET. 1933.

96 Bolton. XI TRUCK, atake body, extra good uren. amall mUeagr. suitable ior true gardener, cheap, cr exchange fcr car. 196 Hopewell.

FORD coach. 1SC1. overhauled, new clutch, beat Offer. 4-7423. OLDSMOBILE 1ST coupe.

$150. 204 Hawtnorne. evenings. It PONTIAC 1931 coup. goo tosf.IT, 260.

or will trade for lot or material. 3 Huron Ave, evesuntv II GRAHAM 1935 sedan, aciall goc4 tlrea. 8-3329. evenings. 11 CHEVROLET

1332, $2C3. 3t9 Bell, evenings. It OLDSMOBILE 1937 de luxe ccach. rer- fect. Trade preferred.

309 Eeii. evenings. it CHEVROLET 1932 cabriolet, good condition ail around. 179 Wueea St. II GARAGE or warehoue to let.

50 ICC. 773 Carllng Ave. S-0042. II TRUCK. Maple Leaf.

1935. hoist and combination body. Frar.c Morrison. North Uoser. 1934 Chevrolet pick -up truk; 19'a Frr-l de luxe coach: ford l2i Hupmoblle sedan; 1S-2 P.rniouta coach; 19.12 riymouth roadster; IVil Bulrk sedan.

McLeod Brothers, lil Catherine. 14 TELL If your property la for sale. we have cash purer: iters 4-4411. 4a WILL exchange rcctlae ecnrerti: coupe In exceptional condition fee coach or sedan. 2-2755.

1-2-5 ENGINE blocks electric welded, work-manshlp guaranteed. Pennocit'a Garage. Nelson. 1-3-6 3" INDIAN motorcycle. 9Zi.

$400. Sua Oil. Bank and Carllng. 1-2 -iiw SIMONIZINO. Sun Oil Station.

Br.t-Carllng. 1-2-iiC PONTIAC 1939. 60 Main St, Ottawa East. frO WHELAN'S Spring Works New spnn- available. 274 Nepean 2-9278 VM PONTIAC.

1931. 275. good cocd'tlcrj. good tires. 33 Lawrence, after 5.

1 4 CHEVROLET sedan. 1337. 11 Shakes-peare. Eastvlew. HUDSON.

1938. good condition, tir. $425. Evenings. 2S Lowiey.

1:, HAVE your battery charged right la your car In 30 to 60 minutes. No fuss or rentals to pay. No waiting. Machine handle up to 12 cars al once. Give it a trial.

Pesnock a Oarage, Nelson. 1-3-6? SPECIAL de luxe seat eorera. Browa'a Service Station. Kent and Soscmt. 23 AUTOMOTIVE Electrte Service, cit, night.

Battery. Ignition parts. 2-C32. Si Auto Tart NEW and used auto and truci parr Cars and trucks bought fr wrecking. Cor.

Wellington and Preston. l-3TjO. H-43 Automobiles Wanted COUPE, any make, rah. 4-778. 19-i, PRIVATE party requires good csr.

1930 to 1336. 8-0623M. 1 EXCHANGE cor. lot. nice f-j automobile.

8-7328W. i SMALL car, condition, private. $250 cash. 8-4562J. 21 CASH for your car.

highest prices paid, Waverley Motors Ltd. 146 Albert Si 2-2755. 1-2-5' WILL pay $500 cash for privatetv era ed car. i-OCSS. 13-22- WILL par cash for recent rrodel sedaa or coach, good tires.

8-5603. II GOOD car. any model, pay cash. Mr. Peter.

2-6951. 33 Continued on Next Pase) WHERE'S ELMER Natal, South Africa. Next: High fl .11 mass at 7.45 a.m. Interment NotmMcEVOV Brothers, dignified funerals. HIGHEST prices for men's suits, over- i cfHis, paflLB.

luggage. J-uoa. on Summer Resorts WANTED to rent, cottage or farm house. 5-1327. 18'a COTTAGE.

1 room, furnished. lat 3 weeks July and month August, Rldeau. 20 miles. 8-2588W. before Friday noon.

20Va COTTAGE to rent, balance of July and September. Beautifully located, 90 miles from Ottawa. 6 bedrooms. Ice and wood, marvelous bass and trout fishing. Box 125, Citizen.

20 Va BRITANNIA Bay. 2 rooms, sunroom, furnished, near car line. AvaUable July 15. Box 123, Citizen. 13 Va WANTED, small furnished cottage, airman and wife, July 31 to Aug.

13. 5-1251. 20 CONSTANCE Bny. furnished cottage, fireplace, ice, boat, July 18 to 31. 2-1901.

18 WANTED, furnished cottage on lake front, 25 to 30 miles from Ottawa, fishing. Ice and boat. First 2 weeks of Aug. 3-1925 or write Box 112. Citizen.

18 GAUVREAU Lake. completely furnished. $75 monthly. 5-1723. 23 TOURIST lodge and cottage in country near sandy beach available until July 29 and after Aug.

15. Hydro. Home cooking, spring mattresses. Mrs. Wilfred Mastln.

East View, Pic ton 10. Phone 394J4. 20 MOONEY'S Log Cabin. Lachute, Laur-rnttans. river sports, bowling, practice golf, excellent meals.

Reservation Sept. $14. 2-5229 evenings after 20 COTTAGE, furnished, near boys camp. Eganvllle. Aug.

Box 92. Citizen. 20 FURNISHED cottage, boat. Golden Lake, Box 30, "Citizen. 20 COTTAGE for sale.

Otter Lake, near Smiths Falls. double lot. large screened verandah, 2 large bedrooms, kitchen, garage, living room. boat. Pictures available.

Box 111, Citizen. It SMALL cottage on lake wanted. Give location, description and price. Box 88. Citizen.

19 Va WANTED cottage close to city. 4-9078. 18 V3 OTTER Lake, for Aug. Boats and fishing. 5-7167.

19 FURNISHED cottage wanted. 3 people, on water, 3 weeks July 24. Box 75, Citizen. 5-1117. 22 SUMMER cottage wanted, Aug.

1. urgent. 9-5603. 9-6. 19 FURNISHED cottage, near Ottawa Boys' Camp, Mink Lake.

Box 63, Citizen 18 'a COTTAGE wanted, last 2 weeka July, adults, transportation. 3-7331. 18 PORTLAND, furnished cottage, Augwt 19. boat. ice.

2-3422. 18 CAN accommodate girls, July 15-Aug. i JU. nomo cooKing. in ear river, isn-) lng.

Box 113, L'Orlgnal. Ont. 18 COMMUNITY Beach: $2 weekly, no Interest, will buy one of the few remaining lots In this desirable survey. Stewart and Mills. 18 Rldeau.

5-7637. 3-5391. 2S Houses Wanted $1,000 to put on 5. 6 room house, south east Ottawa. Particulars Box 129, Citizen.

19'a SMALL house or cottage, will buy contents, suburbs or within 2 miles Ottawa. Box 114, Citizen. 18 HOUSE, apt. or flat, central, 1 bedroom. 8-1202W.

20 CASH for small frame or brick. St. Patrick's or St. Theresa's parish. Fall possession.

3-2622. 20 WILL buy small cottage, house, near car. Box 113, Citizen. 20 HOUSE or Westboro, Aug. 15 or Sept.

1, young couple, no children. Box 109. Citizen. 20 AUG. 1.

furnished or unfurnished, 4-5 rooms. 8-1525J. 19'. a BUY or rent house wt pottage, immediate occupancy. 2-4215, Mr.

Gld-dings. 19 FURNISHED house or occupancy Sept. 1. urgently required. 9-5603, 9-6.

19 TEI.L us if your property Is for sale. we have cash purchasers waiting. 4-4411. 4R HOUSE or apt. In Ottawa or Hull, or within 25 miles, by Aug.

15. 8-4180W. 20 HOUSE or duplex wanted by Oct. 1, Ottawa or suburbs, permanent occupation. Will pay yearly in advance.

Box 372. Citizen. 18 LISTINGS of all kinds required. Immediate or Oct. possession desired.

Frlpp-St. Germain. 3-1136. 3F Apartments Wanted FLAT, unfurnished, immediately, middle ase couple. 2-6752.

20 Va small Eastvlew. Sandy Hill district. Box 131, Citizen. 18 a BACHELOR or small furnished, Aug. 1st.

Box 128 Citizen. 20 'a UNFURNISHED Sept. 1, or sooner. 3. 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms.

Call 2-0230, mornings. 20'a BACHELOR 2 refined business girls with permanent positions, Aug. 1. Box 124. Citizen.

20 a 3. 4 rooms, adults, Sept. 1st. Box 122. Citizen.

20 Va HOUSE or flat for window with adult family. 8-1390J. 18 YOUNG couple, no children, unfurnished or furnished apt. or flat, permanent. 3-8591.

Box 66, Citizen. 19' a URGENT, furnished, 3. 4-room duplex, by Sept. 1, close to Bank. Box 72, Citizen.

19 2-bedroom, furnished or unfurnished, Sept. or sooner, 3 adults. Box 76. Ctilzen. 5-1117.

22 BUSINESS couple, central, furnished, occupancy Sept. 1. Box 77, Citizen. 19 ARMY officer desires 1-room private entrance. Office 9-7016; evenings, 2-8848.

22 FURNISHED or unfurnished, young couple. Immediately. Box 49, Citizen. 18 3-roomed. bath, furnished, unfurnished, man.

wife, no children. Will sign lease. Box 52. Citizen. 18 FURNISHED or partly furnished, small self-contained apt.

or flat. newlywed3. professional man. Permanent. 6 months' advance rent, up to $55 monthly.

Box 48, Citizen. 13 unlurnished. furnished, permanent. 2 business sisters. 8-6846.

21 IMMEDIATELY, self-contained 3. 4-room apt. or flat, permenent. 9-5766. 20 UNFURNISHED Oct.

1 occupancy. 2 adults. Box 103. Citizen. 20 AIR force officer and wife require 3 or 4 roomed furnished south or central, occupancy during Aug.

Box 95. Citizen. 20 YOUNG couple with baby desire furnished or unfurnished apt. or suite, Aug. 1 or sooner.

References if desired. Tel. Reg. Persson, 9-3484 after 5 p.m." 20 BUSINESS girl desires share apt, central. Box 110, Citizen.

13 OFFICER and wife require furnished 3. 4 roomed apt, Sept. or sooner. 9-6261 daytime. 20 modern, furnished, central, permanent, 2-room, by Sept.

1. Box 18, Citizen. 20 (Continued on Next Column) Flats, Apts. To Let FURNISHED, unfurnished, apt, July 15-Oct. 1, reasonable.

2-7035. 20' a 3 rooms and bath. Yearly lease. Box 450, Citizen. 18 EXCHANGE 5-room modern, central, for 6 or 7-room house, good locality, central, unfurnished.

2-9873 between 7-9. 19 UNFURNISHED flat. 2 rooms. 3rd floor. 131 Dalhouste.

19 FLAT. 2 rooms, light housekeeping, with garage. Apply after 7 p.m.. 277 Duncairn Westboro. IS Furnished Flats Apts.

COUPLE to share apt. or rooms, from July tU Oct. or longer. Box 117 Citizen. 20' i COOL, attractive, lower duplex for aummer months.

4-8587. IS'j FURNISHED 3 -room flat, central, now until Oct. 1. $42. 4-7458 after 6.

20 FURNISHED July 15 to Aug. 14. 2 bedrooms, reliable couple, $75. Box 83 Citizen. 18', SMALL, rurnlshed.

July, Sept, $60 monthly. Box 31. Citizen. 19 IP you require accommodation, tel. 2-2257 during office hours.

Ill McCORD'a will rurnlsh your apt. nr house on monthly rental, everything supplied. 2-1112. 158 Sparks. 1-3-24M Houses To Let RUSKIN Ave, completely furnished, Immediate possession, adults onlv.

2-9905. 4M SUBLET for Aug. and Sept, rooms. furnished. 8-0693W.

20 NEW house to let. Base Line Rd be tween Montreal Rd. and Cvrville. large living room with fireplace. 3 Bedrooms, garage, all modern con venlences.

close to Rorkcllffe air port bus. also Cvrville bus. $75 per month. Box 84 Citizen. 19 a HOUSE.

2 tenement, on farm, near river, good fishing and hunting. Telesphore Foulln. Orenvllle. Que. 18 HOUSE, fully furnihhed.

for month Aug, Highland Park. 8-3916W. afternoons and evenings. 18 Rooms To Let BED-slttlng room, kitchen privileges, suit 2 girls, $30 monthly. 4-6155.

20 la GLEBE, bedroom, gentleman, breakfast optional, private. 4-8711. 18 Va LARGE comfortable room, kitchen privileges, or grill, suit 2 girls. 2-8369. 20 a ATTRACTIVE room.

private home, breakfast, garage. Box 130 Citizen. 20 Va LARGE front bedroom, clean. 85 Le Breton, near Somerset. 18 Va FRONT rooms, 2.

partly furnished, business couple. Box 104, Citizen. 18 Va CENTRAL, suit couple or 2 girls. 3-1327. 191, WELL furnished front, gentleman, or business couple.

163 Laurler W. 20a CLEAN bright large unfurnished room, main floor, private entrance; or 3 rooms. 2nd floor, spacious lawn, garage. 4-5967. 18'a BED-Klttlng, housekeeping room, adillts.

452 Rldeau. 23 ROOMS. 2, unfurnished, housekeeping. 460 Gladstone. 18 FURNISHED room, bathroom floor, ault 1 or 2.

127 Slater. 20 FURNISHED, private home, gentleman preferred. $18 monthly. 92 Renfrew. 20 PRIVATE entrance, central, double beds, running water, gentleman.

2-1826. 18 FRONT room, hardwood floor, furnished, unfurnished. 451 Albert. 18 NICELY furnished rooms, single or double, gentlemen only. 3-3518.

20 FURNISHED rooms. Tel. 8-7322J. 19 a 2 bright, unfurnished rooms, suit couple or 2 girls. 3-9597.

19 SELECT residence, paying guest, gentlemen, breakfast, twin beds. 4-7375. 19 FURNISHED and unrurnished rooms. 374 Frank St. 18 GIRL to share room.

5-4228. 18 COMFORTABLE single room in private home, breakfast optional. 3-9S86. IS OTTAWA South. 2 bedroom, private family, breakfast, gentleman.

4-5528. 21 DOUBLE, single bedrooms, all well furnished, meals optional. 8-0525 or 8-2106M. 18 SINGLE room, no cooking. 168 Waverley St.

18 (Continued on Next Column) OF OUR WOCLD THAT NOW IS DRV LAND WAS, AT ONE T1AAE Ok AN07HER, CMOS TH SA AN THE LAND THAT NOW LIES BENEATH OUR SEAS HAS NOT ALWAYS BEEN SUBMERGED. AN ADULT HUMAN BREATHES ABOUT" SO GALtOASOrAfJZ PER HOUR 7- This Curious World Answer: pressure methods. Dame cemetery. io'a MeDONALD At the home of her son, Gordon McDonald, 118 Hamilton on Saturday. July 8.

1944, Mary Mc-Ewen. beloved wife of James Chalmers McDonald of 319 Catherine in her 66th year. Resting at Hulse and Playfalr, 315 McLeod where service will be held In the chapel on Tuesday, July 11, at 3 p.m. Interment Beechwood cemetery. 18 McMARTIN At his residence, 488 Oladstone on Monday, July 10, 1944, Dennis beloved son of Mrs.

and the lata Thomas McMartln and brother of Irene MrMartln and Mrs. D. W. Brown. Resting at the Whelan Funeral Home, 515 Cooper street until Wednesday, 12 at 7.45 a.m.

Requiem high mass at St. Patrick's church at 8 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame cemetery. 18i MILLER At a locai hospital on Sunday. Julv 9, 1944, Marguerite M.

Oiroux. beloved wife of William Miller, aged 39 years. Remains resting at William J. Landrevllle Funeral Home, 578 Somerset W. Funeral Tuesday.

Julv 11, at 7.30 a.m. to Canadian Martyrs church for requiem high mass at 7.45. Interment at Notre Dame cemetery. Eastvlew. 18 PLANTE On Tuesoay, July 11.

1944, at a local hospital. Eugenie Sabourln, beloved wife of Alexander Plante (formerly Mrs. Alphonse Bertrand, age 81 years. Funeral on Thursday, Julv 13, at 7.45 from Gauthler runeral parlors, zoa St. rairicx frr reoulem hleh mass at the Basilica at 8 clock.

Interment Notre Dame cemetery. 19 la (Continued ow Next Column) Citizen Box Replies LETTERS addressed to the following box holders are available at The Citizen Office on presentation of box tickets: 9 10 12 15 19 20 25 26 28 29 31 40 41 42 44 49 54 55 56 61 63 64 71 78 80 81 85 87 202 209 212 213 217 219 222 227 231 232 233 242 249 251 252 259 262 263 264 266 272 273 274 277 282 289 292 302 304 305 308 310 316 319 320 322 324 329 333 335 339 340 342 345 346 347 348 350 352 353 364 368 372 378 384 385 398 391 396 397 399 400 405 446 Subscription Rates By mall to British possessions via a Canadian port, or to any point In Canada, excepting towns served by Citizen Carriers, for one year, 86.00; six months. S3J.5; three months, shorter terms. 75c 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 Mail rates on application THS COMMON PUAXE PERSON UNHESITATIN6LY PROtLAirAS-THE WORST OF SLA.MES. HE VJHOA, PASSION RULES i in 1 tU. r') 1 Ov I LIGHT housework, cooking, 1 to 7.

4-6171. 21a MARRIED woman, 4 hours dally. Doreen's Dress Shop, 137 Sparks. 20 DEPENDABLE girl for 10 days, cook plain meals, 2 adults. Box 106, Cltl- i zen.

19'a ENGLISH girl, mother's help, I child, sleep in. 4-2404. 20 'a GIRL, part time, light housework. 77 Blackburn. 4-3212.

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