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 VANCOUVER
VICTORIA - NANAIMO • SEATTLE
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British Columbia Coast Steamships
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Sea-going Princesses of the Canadian Pacific British Columbia Coast Service Triangle Route:
PRiNCESS MARGUERITE--PRINCESS PATRICIA
 SUITES AND DELUXE ROOMS
OF PRINCESS PATRICIA AND
PRINCESS MARGUERITE
FEATURE SUCH UNUSUAL
WOODS AS UCALTU, BUBINGA,
BETULA. BLEACHED OKOUME.
IN THE DINING ROOM
(UPPER RIGHT) UCALTU. ELM
BURR AND WHITE SYCAMORE
HIGHLIGHT THE DECOR.
Specially designed for the fast schedules modern business and
holiday travel demands*..built to the specifications of ocean-going
liners for comfort and speed...equipped with Radar...Echo-sounding..,
Radio...every modern aid to navigation...Princess Marguerite and
Princess Patricia... new Turbo-Electric-driven vessels... British-built,
British Columbia manned...shorten travel time, lengthen business days,
between Vancouver, Victoria, Nanaimo, Seattle.
Spacious, comfortable, picture-windowed public rooms...space for
cards, music, fun...wide decks for sun-tan...dining room...
coffee bar...individual cabins for day or night privacy...make your
crossing of mountain-sheltered Straits of Georgia and Juan de Fuca a
miniature ocean voyage. Efficient comfort marks minimum rate rooms..,
even the larger private quarters and suites are economical.
Deftly served meals from generous menus in the Dining Saloon,
snacks for lighter appetites in the spotless Coffee Bar, are traditional —
so is the Canadian Pacific service that sets the royal fleet of Princess
liners in a place apart.
And your car travels with you!
VANCOUVER
NANAIMO •
VICTORIA
SEATTLE
5153
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m*7$ ■:
Drive down to your Princess—
erf Seattle, Vancouver,
Victoria, or the new, specially
designed Canadian Pacific pier
at Nanaimo—drive away as
soon as she ties up. You're
ready for business or pleasure.
Your time-saving daylight
voyage—or restful overnight
sleep fortify you for whafs
ahead. For holiday makers the
Triangle Route opens the gates
to the Evergreen Playground
Washington—Vancouver
Island—British Columbia ...
lovely resorts ... quiet
beaches • • • tall timbers . • .
fishing • • • hunting • • • new
places • . • new faces.
And to round out the new twin
flagship service—time-tested
favourites. Princess Kathleen,
Princess Elizabeth, Princess Joan.
"W
 August, 1957
CANADIATPACIFIC
Sea^goin^ irincesses of the CanacHcm £ act he
British Co/umoj'o (^.oast Service 1 riangle Koule:
PRINCESS MARGUERITE A PRINCESS PATRICIA
FOR
STEAMER SCHEDULES
SEE   BACK COVER
 SEE MORE ... DO MORE . . . HAVE MORE FUN!
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Free Hotel Pickup and Delivery
• FREE HERTZ "CALL A CAR
PHONE in all terminals.
ff you travel by train, ship or plane,
you can reserve a Hertz car in advance at any one of its 950 stations
and it will be waiting for you at
your   destination.
Rental rates are amazingly reasonable. For example, in Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle or
Nanaimo, you can rent a clean new 1957 automobile . . . drive it 200 miles in one week
as your very own . . . and the cost is about $52.50 ... or about $10.50 per person if five
ride! And remember . . . Hertz furnishes all gasoline, oil and insurance for the entire
rental  period  .      at   no   extra   cost.
VANCOUVER,  B.C. SEATTLE,   WASH.
>Globe   U-Drive   Ltd.   PA.  4922 Evans U-Drive MAin 5050
1148 West Georgia Street 1413   Seventh  Avenue
f::Free Hartz "Call a Car" Phone in Van.  and Sea-Tac.  Airports
VICTORIA,  B.C. NANAIMO,    B.C.
ertItS??! ° ,Care    4"4423 Hert* Rent a Car Nanaimo 320
800 Douglas Street Terminal Avenue
xTrTOD.eItZ uSJ't ° £ar" -Ph0ne 'n CPR Terminal' Nanaimo;
VICTORIA: HERTZ office in Mary's Coffee Shoo opp En-
trance  to  Patricia  Bay Airport,   a|So at Comox Airport
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the   place   to   take   very   important   people
IN    SEATTLE    .    .    ..     IN     BELLEVUE
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CLARK'S    CHARCOAL
BROILER   RESTAURANT
Bellevue Shopping Square        Gl.  6344
Please Say You Saw It In Current Events
 The  Royal  York
TORONTO
Staying at a Canadian Pa- The Empress
cific hotel is a wonderful VICTORIA
experience. At the Royal
York in Toronto ... at the Empress in Victoria, at
every Canadian Pacific hotel from coast to coast . . .
you enjoy the same excellent accommodation, delicious meals and courteous service.
OTHER   CANADIAN   PACIFIC
YEAR-ROUND  HOTELS
Cornwallis    Inn Kentville,   N.S.
McAdam Hotel McAdam, N. B.
Chateau Frontenac. — Quebec City
The Royal Alexandra Winnipeg, Man.
The   Saskatchewan Regina,   Sask.
The  Palliser Calgary,  Alta
Hotel Vancouver Vancouver, B.C.
(operated   by   Vancouver  Hotel   Co.   Ltd.,
on behalf of Canadian Pacific and Canadian National Railways)
Information and reservations
from your Canadian Pacific
agent or write hotel managers.
GmJkM&uSJ^c
"Stay Another Day and Play in the Pacific Northwest"
Page 3
 See all B.C. under one roof
Tour the fascinating B.C. Building,
Exhibition Park, Vancouver, and see the
world's largest relief map—a panoramic
view of beautiful British Columbia.
Admission to the building is free. And
when you've seen the Indian Museum,
Big Game Trophies, and a host of other
colorful exhibits of government and
industry, relax and enjoy a delicious
lunch or. snack in the attractive
Terrace Coffee Shop, open from
noon 'til 5 o'clock.
Open daily 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. - B. C. Building - Exhibition Park
PACIFIC NATIONAL EXHIBITION
VANCOUVER, CANADA
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Please Say Yeu Saw It In Current Events
 VANCOUVER
V
ANCOUVER—Population 397,140; Greater Vancouver, 568,114. The
visitor approaching Vancouver by sea will observe the graceful Lions
Gate Suspension Bridge—the longest suspension bridge in the British
Empire—spanning the entrance to Burrard Inlet.
On his right hand he will see a bold
and thickly wooded promontory, which,
rather more than 80 years ago was set
aside by Colonel Moody, commander of
the Royal Engineers, who founded nearby
New Westminster, as a national naval
reserve. It consists of 1,000 acres of
primeval forest and 'round its circumference runs a fine highway, while the
forest itself is intersected by many attractive trails and the city part of its
enviroment is beautified by many lovely
gardens and several chalets. In its centre
is Beaver Lake, and, at Prospect Point,
which faces out to sea, there stands a
picturesque Totem Pole which was carved
by Chief Mathias Capilano who was present at King George the Fifth's Coronation,
and whose father visited King Edward the
Seventh at Buckingham  Palace.
With the advent of Vancouver as a
city this forest, which is nearly surrounded
by sea, became its most prized possession,
and a little over half a century ago it
was formally dedicated by Lord Stanley,
then Governor General of Canada, and
named after him.
Before the visitor enters Burrard Inlet
which its discoverer named after his friend
Sir   Harry   Burrard,   he  will   observe   upon
Fine   Scottish   Woollens
and     Exclusive     Handmade Accessories
Unusual    Jewelry    and
Gifts    from    all    over
the world.
78?   HOWE  ST.
Est. 1936
his left hand the many beautiful summer
homes of West Vancouver climbing up
from the water's edge in qn attractive
forest mountain setting, and, as he enters
the inlet, he will see in the distance, upon the left hand, the mountain City of
North Vancouver.
HENRI'S
For Good  Food  and  Hospitality
"FAMOUS FOR SMORGASBORD"
713   West  Georgia   Street  at  Granville
PERSIAN ARTS
AND CRAFTS
LIMITED
Our shop is most interesting—
treasure   chest   of   the   world.
Unique,   reasonable   gifts.
V. Tashdjian, Curator.
507   Granville,   Vancouver
907   Government,   Victoria
fo/v the Bcrf/c tfiatRe/jnedtm'!
i Black Fom*
J PINE NEEDLE
y OIL
iES• RELAXES RELIEVES TENSION
'Eat Out Today, It's a  Pleasure'
Page  5
 A TREASURE HOUSE
OF BEAUTIFUL
ENGLISH BONE CHINA
Opode, Wedgwood, Royal JDoulton,
Koyal Crown Staffordshire.
JJinnerware in a wide range of open stock,
Figurines, Vases, Fancies, Florals, Birds,
Fascinating Qjlassware.
ItXflttB
Jtn* Arta Sift.
Vancouver's   Exclusive
China   and   Glassware   Shop
639   HOWE   STREET
VANCOUVER   -   CANADA
(A  Minute's  Walk  from   Leading   Hotels)
BUCHAN HOTEL
Clean comfortable accommodation near
Stanley Park and English Bay. Relax_ and
enjoy a delicious meal in the luxurious
Camellia Room. W. Roy and Lillian Logan
1906 Haro St. PA. 0825. Res. MA. 0589.
\T uo   Vancouver
•  art
VANCOUVER ART GALLERY—1145 West
Georgia St. TA. 2488. A permanent exhibition of valuable old masters as well
as special exhibition of current interest.
Admission free. Closed on Mondays, Hours
of admission: Tuesday to Saturday, 10 to
5; Fridav. 10 ta 10: Sunday, 2 to 5.
Special Exhibits—Emily Carr Memorial Exhibit
and Recent Works by B.C. Artists, thru
Aug. 31. Dutch Exhibit, Rembrandt to Von
Gogh, Sept.   17 to Oct.  13.
• theatre
THE PAJAMA GAME—One of Broadway's most
hilarious musicals. Eighteenth season of
Theatre under the Stars presented by Vancouver Civic Theatre Society. Thru Aug. 24.
Malkin Bowl, Stanley Park. Nitely 8:30.
Tickets: $3.30, $2.75, $2.50, $2.25, $2,
$1.65, $1.40, $1.10, 85c, 65c. Hudson's Bay
Co.   TA.   1241.
• music
SUMMER SYMPHONIES—Sponsored by B.C.
Electric. Malkin Bowl, Stanley Park. Aug.
11, 25/ Sept.  3.  3 p.m.  Admission free.
• special events
CIRCUS—All new show at the Shrine-P.N.E.
Circus, Aug. 21-Sept. 2. • Performances at
2:30 & 8 p.m. on all days of PNE except
Saturdays & Mondays when three shows-
1, 4 & 8 p.m.
• exhibit
VANCOUVER   PUBLIC   AQUARIUM—Canada's
largest aquarium is in Stanley Park'. Situated among the new zoo buildings above
Lumberman's Arch. Admission 25c. Open
9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. every day through
summer.
AUCTION  EVERY WEDNESDAY
1233 WEST GEORGIA ST.
(2  Blocks West of  Hotel  Vancouver)
Antiques,   Modern   Furniture,   Carpets,   Oil   Paintings,   etc.
MAYNARD   &   SONS
VANCOUVER,  MA.  7378 VICTORIA,  4-5921
1233  West  Georgia  St. 	
733   Johnson   St.
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THE BAMBOO TERRACE (Daily 8-2 am)
155 E. Pender St. MA 1935
fAjc, A restaurant of distinction in the
wy heart of Vancouver's colorful China-
Jg town. Chinese decor is colorful and
W\        authentic,   with   gold   leaf  picture
""        writing,   magnificent  dragon   murals. Chinese cuisine at its very best. Deft and
pleasing service.  Not surpassed  for excellence
by any similar restaurant on the Pacific Coast.
THE BARN (Open 11 am-l:30 am
1138   Granville   St. TA.   1947
^D  Beamed     ceiling,     lantern-shaped
N globes around wagon wheels.
Immaculate  cleanliness  in  natural
"knotty-pine background. Italian
specialties supervised by Chef Antonio (Tony)
Pini. Canadian dinners include broiled steaks,
fish, chops and chicken. Accent on "broiled."
10-minute walk from the city centre. Open
Sun.   &   Holidays  4-9  p.m.   Diners'  Club.
THE   STUDIO   RESTAURANT   at   THE
BURRARD HOTEL    (Daily 7:30 am.-11.30 pm.
1100 Burrard St. at Helmcken PA. 2331
Smart   restaurant  and  coffee  shop
/gy^v      locale.     Wonderful     Roast     Beef!
lB(M)     Modest tariff. Smart modern decor.
-*-^      Chummy   atmosphere.   Ample   free
parking     facilities     under    cover.
Open Sunday.
OPPOSITE the C.P.R. Depot in Vancouver and
close to Pier B-C where C.P.R. steamers arrive and depart is the interesting shop of
Lando's Furs. There is a fine display here of
Indian curios, moccasins, Cowichan sweaters,
bear rugs and  totem  poles.
• BOB GOULET appearing in The Pajama
Game, one of Broadway's most hilarious musicals, at the Theatre Under the Stars, Malkin
Bowl, Stanley Park, nightly at 8:30 through
August 24. Musical is presented by Vancouver
Civic  Theatre  Society.
THE
#   A   COMPLETE   choice
of    well-appointed     and
fully serviced  apartments
and   hotel   rooms   at
moderate       rates.
Drive-in       entrance.
Dine    in    the    ultra-
T7 smart   Ritz   Restaur-
j *■ ant.
1040 W GEORGIA ST.  VANCOUVER,  B.C.
ITS NEW !    OT-t
CANADA'
1100 Burrard St.
FINEST
PAcific 2331
wt/ yy€e/ef
it's downtown
BARN
Open
WEEKDAYS
II   o.m.   to   1.30  a.m
SUNDAYS
4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
FISH
TAtlow
1947
STEAKS, CHOPS, CHICKEN
A  ha Canadieane
ITALIAN SPECIALTIES
and REGULAR DINNERS
5  p.m.  to 8 p.m.  Daily
Quality Foods at Moderate Prices
1138  GRANVILLE - 10 MINUTES  WALK: FROM 'CITY  CENTRE
"Stay   Another   Day   and   Play   in  the   Pacific   Northwest'
Page 7
 CITY CENTRE MOTOR HOTEL
Main Street
at
6th Avenue
( ~
I  man
12
SB*
the  Heart
Downtown
Vancouver
Coffee Shop and Dining Room. 70 Rooms,
Bath and Shower. Switchboard Service.
Glass Electric. Heat. Free Parking.
RESERVATIONS   EMerald  7166
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CAVE SUPPER CLUB    (8 pm-2 om exc. Sum)
626 Hornby, PAcific 0719
$s*       Unique   bright  spot.   In   16  years
ST        some of the finest attractions  in
&\t\        show business have been  seen  on
\l\        large  panoramic  stage.  All  shows
/   n       imported,   lavish,   action   packed.
Orchestra is six-piece group of Western Canada's finest  musicians under sax man   Fraser
McPherson. Show times 10 p»m. & 12:30 a.m.
CAPILANO MOTEL
Just  off Marine  Drive on  Capilano  Road.
Phone Willow 1445 1 and 2 bedroom units.
G. W. McKay, Prop. 1634 Capilano Rd.
North   Vancouver
W.   K.  GARDENS
The finest Chinese foods served in beautiful Orienta1 surroundings. Dine and dance.
Open from 5 p.m. to 4 a.m.
127  East Pender St., Vancouver. PA. 6642
DEVON STYLE
SMORGASBORD
Every Thursday,
Friday & Saturday
BUFFET
THE    GOURMETS    RENDEZVOUS
5:00 to 9:00 pm. Hot & Cold
Dishes. Enjoy our Exciting new
Salad Combinations.
DEVON    CAFE
675   GRANVILLE     STREET
2   Hours   Free   Parking,   Chevron   Parking
Lot, 634 Howe Street
THE
HOME   OF
R. C.
PURDY'
S
SUPERIOR CHOCOLATES
Mailed
the  World  Over
CITY CENTRE DINING ROOM
(Daily 7 am.-9:30 pm.)
Main St. at 6th Ave. (Hwy. 99). EM. 7166
Excellent food. Modern decor. Restful atmosphere. Murals depicting highways of North
America make travellers feel at home. Lunch
from 75c. Dinner from $1.75. Specialty: Roast
Prime Ribs of Beef au jus; $3 on dinner, $1.95
a la carte. Coffee shop in counection. Open
Sundays 7 am.-2 pm. Duncan Hines approved.
AAA. 	
CLANCY'S  RESTAURANTS (Daily)
776 Granville—Sky  Diner MA. 8949
470 Granville—Downtown PA. 2041
Clancy's two top flight restaurants
feature good food, convenient lo-
yfjks cations and smooth service. Whether you prefer the pleasant atmosphere resembling the interior of
a luxurious airliner at the Sky Diner or the
light and happy original circus murals that
delight the children and amuse the adults
at Clancy's Downtown, you'll enjoy every bite.
DEVON CAFE (Daily 8 am.    - 9 pm.)
675 Granville St.   (opp.  HBO PA.  2453
^^f       One   of "Vancouver's   oldest   and
Jn most popular dining sites. Smorgas-
flBM bord  buffet.  Served Thursday,  Fri-
BSai      day &  Saturday,   5  to  9  pm.   Hot
<«?»■     and   cold   dishes.   Superbly   served
in  an  enchanting   setting.   Courteous  service.
Noonday  Buffet  Lunch  in  charming  Gourmets
Rendezvous,   Monday   thru   Friday,   11:30   to
1 pm., Men; Ladies are invited, 1  to 2:30 pm.
Saturday   Open   to   all,   11:30   to   2:30   pm.
2 hrs. free parking, Chevron lot, 634 Howe St.
HOTEL    DEVONSHIRE
Downtown   Location—Dining  Room
Fireproof  and  Soundproof -   All  Rooms with Bath
Private Garage in Building
Telephone: PAcific  548?
Vancouver, Canada
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You will
W. FRED
»n/oy the Appointments
EVANS. Managing Dir.
Pm9% 8
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HOTEL  DEVONSHIRE (Daily 5:30-8 p.m.)
West Georgia  at  Hornby PA. 5481
J% Diversified, excellent cuisine in
■ English atmosphere reminiscent of
the popular dining rooms found
© in first class hotels in Landau's
\ smart Mayfair district. Compters
steak dinner, $3.50. Entrees, $1.25-$2.00.
Extensive a la carte menu. Club breakfasts,
40c-$1.40.  8-10  am.   Lunch   11:30  am-2  pm.
DINE IN THE SKY      (Daily 7:30 am.-lO pm.)
English Bay   (Sylvia Hotel) PA. 9321
Distinguished resort hotel setting
where Vancouver meets the sea;
Stanley    Park    within    3    minutes'
5fl7fljp walk; yet convenient to downtown.
UtaililC^ Superb cuisine. Gracious service.
-x» & Magnificent view. Table d'hote
and a la carte. Moderate tariff. Open 7:30
am.-10 pm. Sundays until 9:30 pm. Coffee
Bar, 7:30 am.-8 pm.
CAVALIER GRILL (Noon-11 pm exc. Sun.)
Georgia at Howe  (Hotel Georgia)       MA 1182
Vancouver's smartest rendezvous
in Hotel Georgia. Dining in the
superb Western hotels manner at
this leading Vancouver hotel. One
of Western Canada's finest restaurants. Tasteful, intimate setting. Food is
great and tariff reasonable. Luncheon 12 noon
to 2:30 pm. Dinner 6 to 11 pm. (Closed
Sundays).
DELICAT or elegant wine is lightly
charged with tartar.
A  GOOD   breakfast  means   a   good
morning.
* SYLVIA
HOTEL.
Overlooking   Beautiful   English   Bay
Smart  modern  apartments,  tropical  suites,
bed sitting rooms, suites with kitchenettes
in   unique   club-like   atmosphere   that   appeals to world travellers.
tennis,   fishing,   boating
famous Stanley Pork within
minutes'    walk,    yet    consent   to   downtown.
• Dine    in    the    Sky    and
Coffee Bar.
• Magnificent   view   location.
ARTHUR   D.   CAMERON
S   V~L~V I  A   bH the    5 B A
PAcific
6012
1339 Richards Street
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
THE
Original
CARIBOO
ROOM
IN VANCOUVER • IN SEATTLE
PHONE PHONE
VANCOUVER
MOTORS U-DRIVE
Seymour at  Nelson
free hotel pickup ami delivery ^'^
'Eat Out Today,  It's a  Pleasure"
Page  9
 HOSPITALITY  IN THE MANNER
of
OLD CHINA
awaits you at
Up   the    Red-Carpeted   Stairway   in    the
Heart  of  Colorful   Chinatown.
FOR THE BEST IN
CHINESE  FOODS
147 E. Pender St.      MArine 4722
Vancouver,  B.C.
Established   1913
Irish Linens
Laces
Handkerchiefs
English China
Royal. Copenhagen China and  Pottery
Danish Silver—Kosta  Swedish  Glass
alir=
MA  1024
613   Granville   Street     Vancouver,   B.C.
• accent on  cuisine
FISH   AND   OYSTER   BAR .     k
(Daily 8:30 a.m.-12M exc.  Sun.)
766 Granville Street PA. 6048
Vancouver's largest restaurant
specializing exclusively in sea
foods. Specialities: Imported Rain-
r bow Trout, Assorted Seafood Fry
"* consisting of Scallops, Oysters,
Crab; Prawns & Oyster Grill, Bacon; Angels
on Horseback; Chicken a la Creole; Australian
Lobster Tails. Choice of Lobster Newberg,
Lobster Thermidor, Lobster Deep Fried Slices.
Al Gold and Sam Nogler, owner-hosts.
LOVE'S CAFE  (Daily 11  am.-l  am. exc. Sun.)
779 Granville   (at Robson) MA. 6645
^S*v Board  walks were on  Granville St.
\*^B\ when   Love's  was  established  more
V*»>%) than   five   decades   ago.    A   tradi-
^KS& tion for good food, pleasant dining.
^M- Specialties:   Barbecued   Prime   Ribs
of Beef, Barbecued Turkey & Ham.   Club Steak
Johnson identified with Love's for many years.
Full   line   of   Seafoods   featured.    Also   serving
Col.   Sander's   Kentucky   Fried   Chicken.   Sam
Nagler,   owner-host.
MING'S (Daily 5 pm-2 am)
147 E. Pender St. MA 4722
i Ming's huge neon sign dominates
Chinatown. Up red-carpeted stair-
j*ay tb beautiful dining room. Distinctive for wide variety of Chinese
food. Ask your waiter for authentic
dishes not on regular menu—generally less
expensive than popular Americanized Chinese
foods,   Dinner from $1.50. James Cho,  host.
MONTY'S SPARE RIBS        (Open daily 5 pm-
3 am. exc. Sun. 5-10 pm.)
1339 Richards PA 6012
A true rendezvous for steak lovers.
A chummy place with a linger-
longer atmosphere. Famous for
Fresh Crab Leg Cocktails, Hot
Garlic Bread, Prime Corn-Fed
Steaks, Extra Thick Porterhouse Steaks, Barbecued Spareribs. Fabulous tossed green salads. Unrivalled service. Accent on Hospitality.
PARK ROYAL HOTEL DINING ROOM
The only broiler kitchen on the  North
Shore.   Specializing  in  Steaks,   Lobster
^V Tails, Barbecued Prime Ribs. Gontinent-
. ol   Service.   Menu   a   la  carte.   Ample
i parking.   Breakfast.   Luncheons.   After-
" noon   Tea.   Dinner.   5:15-10:30   p.m.
waiter or vera btrehien Clyde   at   6th. Reservations:   WA.   2-9158
Your Hosts WEST   VANCOUVER,   B.C.
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PARK ROYAL HOTEL DINING ROOM (Daily)
Clyde at 6th, West Vancouver WA. 2-9178
One of British Columbia's prestige dining
locales. Charming atmosphere. Hotel built in
original Tudor style. Only broiler kitchen
on the North Shore. Continental service. Menu
a la carte. Specializing in steaks, lobster
tails, barbecued prime ribs. Breakfast, Luncheon, Afternoon Tea, Dinner, 5:15 - 10:30
p.m. Private dining rooms available for social
functions.   Walter   Cr   Velma   Strehlen.   hosts.
HOTEL    VANCOUVER'S    PANORAMA    ROOF
Georgia  at Burrard Sts. TA.  3131
^/ One of Canada's most beautiful
and famous hostelries. View from
Panorama Roof atop hotel across
Burrard Inlet is unsurpassed. Dining and dancing Wednesday and
Friday, 7 pm - 11 pm. Saturday
12 M.  Dal  Richard's Orchestra.
9 pm
POLYNESIAN   ROOM   (Daily   12N-10:00  p.m.)
Hastings at McLean (Hotel Waldorf)  HA 6081
j^       Exotic  Polynesian  setting  for fine
y3k       cuisine—Polynesian   Soup   Tureen,
QT        Salad Bar, Curry Specialties, South
jfL.       ^€0$    Favorites.    Broiler    Kitchen
^P       featuring   steaks,   chops,   seafoods.
Open    Sunday   5:00   pm.    -    9:00   pm.    The
Menehune  Room  available  for banquets,  etc.
CAPTAIN'S  LOCKER  COFFEE  CLUB
(Daily 7:30 am.-l  am.)
1040  W.   Georgia   (The  Kitz) MA  8311
Unique coffee club and restaurant
with old-time sailing ship decor in the luxurious Ritz Hotel.
Tables for chummy luncheons,
dinners on "A" and "B" decks.
Sensible tariff. Ritz restaurant luncheon
12:00—2:00 pm. Dinner 6:00 to 10:00 pm.
The Carlton Room for intimate relaxation.
Next  door  to new   Burrard   Diner's  Club.
in VANCOUVER, B.C.
lor those- seeking the ultimate
in line cuisine . . . the
I olynesian Koom . . . enjoy
labulous tropical
dishes,  exactly and
authentically prepared
lo the procedures followed
in the^^oulh J>as.
Open 1 h.30 a.m. fo 7 0.00 p.m.
Sundays 5.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.
THE WALDORF HOTEL
HASTINGS   at  McLEAN
THE ENGLISH SHOP
A complete selection of the world's finest
woollens  for  men   and  women.
905   West   Georgia   Street.
(Opp.   Hotel   Vancouver).
West  Vancouver:   773   Pork   Royal
Purdy, * Cafe
Vancouver's  Finest  Dining  Room
823 Granville Street       Phone MArine 7045
CHARCOAL BROILER RESTAURANT
Serving Choice Prime Red Brand Western Beef
Utoe S>teak i&ame
Open   5:00   p»m.   to   1:30  a.m.—Closed   Sunday
Candle-lit Atmosphere
982   HOWE    PAcific   1022 YOUR  HOST  "BIG  FRANK  ROSS"
'Stay   Another   Day   and   Play   in  the   Pacific   Northwest"
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 Tw.EGood P.oces        CLANCY'S
ON GRANVILLE ST.
Clancy's Sky Diner . . . fine food in an
environment that cleverly simulates the
interior of a luxury airliner - at 776
Granville, between Georgia & Robson Sts.
Clancy's Downtown—for appetizing menus,
circus murals to delight you and the
children at 470 Granville, downstairs in
the    Rogers    Building.
9 accent an cuisine
THE DELMAR (Daily 4 pm.-10:30 pm )
70th  at  Granville KE.   6845
._T\     Straight   out   Granville    and   well
^*» \    worth  the short drive.  Quiet,   ieis-
f ~M urely atmosphere   in   the  beautiful
H m. Flamingo Room. Soft candlelight,
and soft music on the Hammond
organ. Hors d'oeuvre table is sumptuous. Fine
food expertly and individually served and prepared. Self-serve Car Service 11 am. to I am.
Nick  and   Shirley  Constabaris,   owner-hosts.
the        Hawaii   in   Vancouver
CABARET restaurant
Open 9 a.m.-2 a.m. Dancing every
night—Monday-Thursday. No cover
charge. Dance to the Dugout
Quartet, Friday & Saturday.
For   Banquets.
617 SEYMOUR ST.  Res. TA. 8022
THE  DUGOUT (Daily 9 am  - 2 am)
617_Seymour St., TA.  8022
A favorite with Vancouverites for
lunch and dinner. South Seas
decorations, chummy, intimate
i, atmosphere. Soft Hawaiian music.
Hula girls to serve you. Excellent
foodT'Dancing every night of week. Friday and
Saturday, Dugout quartet. Teacup reading
daily,   2-5   pm.   "Where   all   Friends   Meet."
2 Lavish, Action-Packed  Floor Shows
DINING   &   DANCING   EVERY   NITE
SUPPER CU.UB
626 Hornby PA. 0719
THE SALAD is to a menu what the
garden is to the home. Both delight
the eye and refresh the spirit.
SPORTSMAN'S CAFE    (Daily 7 am.-l :30 am.)
615  Dunsmuir St. MA. 7725
Located Vi block off Granville St. Smart,
modern decor. Friendly atmosphere. Headquarters for active sport participants and spectators alike. Specialties: Frog legs "a la Sportsman," Rocky Graziana Special Top Sirloin.
Steak, French Fried Onions and Mushrooms,
Rainbow Trout. Open Sundays 8 am. to 12 M.
Gus   Razis,   owner-host.
DINING OUT is never l problem
when you carry a copy of CURRENT
EVENTS.
*r-hosts.
For Gracious Dining
Quiet, leisurely atmosphere . . . the soft
strains of the Hammond organ . . . flickering
candlelight . . . sumptuous hors d-oeuvre
table . . . makes dining at The Delmar a
special pleasure. The finest food in the beautiful Flamingo Room—ekpertly and individually served and prepared.
Daily  4:00   to   10:30  pm.—KEr.   6845
Drive-in Service—11  am. to 1  am.
70th and Granville
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 * accent an cuisine
THE STEAK HOUSE    (Open 5 p.m.-l :30 a.m.)
982  Howe  St. PA.   1022
fcf^-fc^ Outstanding eharcoal broiler res-
El S^ taurant. Rendezvous for theatrical
jfhL (7 and social set. Among guests: Jack
f^l Benny, Danny Kaye, Spike Jones,
-25' Sophie Tucker, Frankie Lane. Only
choice Red Brand selected Western Beef
served. Personal supervision of host, "Big"
Frank Ross. Slogan:: "Eating with the gods."
Open Sun. til 10 p.m. Diners' Club, Trip
charge.   Esquire,   AAA.
TACK ROOM GRILL (Daily 6:00 am.-8:30 pm.)
602   Dunsmuir   (St.   Regis  Hotel)       PA.   1135
One  of  the   pleasantest  downtown
-igjj^      dining locales in the city. Tasteful
Bk    horseracing   setting   is   dominating
^^^^^f  motif.   Leisurely, inviting  surroundings for enjoyment. Friendly atmosphere.   Delicious  food   and   prompt,   exemplary
service   for  discriminating  tastes.  Tack   Room
Special:    Roast    prime    ribs    of    beef,    garlic
bread,   chef's   tossed   salad.
THE WHITE SPOT Woon to 12 M)
67th  &  Granville KE.  8500
Vancouver's favorite for good food
served with friendly Canadian hospitality. Tender steaks and filet
mignon you cut with a fork . . .
heavenly pan-fried chicken from
White Spot's own farm. Your owner-host, Nat
Bailey has been a specialist in serving fine
food   to   discriminating   diners   for   25   years.
SPORTSMAN'S   CAFE
"WHERE  SPORTSMEN   MEET  TO   EAT"
615 Dunsmuir St.
VANCOUVER,  B.Cyy
4lfenPh°ne:  MA-  772L^K^
TACK ROOM  GRILL
^^ ST.   REGIS   HOTEL
Rftk      • Breakfast • Luncheon
■F^Sfc • Dinner
Open daily 8:30 am.-8:30 prn.
Specializing in Steaks and Chops
602   Dunsmuir   (Just   off  Granville)
Among Holiday Magazine's "Best
Eating ^Places  on the Continent"
WHITE SPOT
Dining  Room—67th & Granville—KE 8500
Steaks — Chicken  — Salads
Look   for   a  White   Spot   Drive-in   at
seven   convenient .locations
J^pve A Cafe
TURKEY
From  the  Barbecued  Rotisserie:
PRIME  RIBS  OF  BEEF
HOME  OF  THE   FAMOUS   KENTUCKY   FRIED  CHICKEN
STEAKS   —   FULL   LINE   OF   SEAFOOD
779 Granville St. at Robson,  Vancouver,  B.C.
Daily  11   am. to  1   am. Closed Sunday.     MArine 6645
FISH and OYSTER BAR
The Larqesf Restaurant Trv Our Specializing  Exclusively
in VANCOUVER . A JLTCnTo" TER TAILS       •» Se,  Foods
• ASSORTED   SEAFOOD   FRY •  ANGELS ON  HORSEBACK
(Scallops, Oysters.  Crab) (Oysters in a  Bacon  Blanket)
# PRAWNS AND OYSTER GRILL. # CHICKEN A LA CREOLE
Steamed Rice
766 GRANVILLE STREET PAcifjc   6048 VANCOUVER,  B. C
Open  Daily 8:30 a.m.  to  12 midnight
"Take Current Events with You on Your Shopping Tour"
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 Dine and Dance in the Chalet
RESERVATIONS: YOrk 9037 — MArine 8758
By Car—Over lions Got* Bridge—Turn tight
Turn left Cap/fono Rood
BY BUS — PHONE MArine 2421
Lifts operate Daily 12 Noon to 12 Midnight
Buses leave Depot and Vancouver Hotel 2:15 and
6:30 p.m.  Daily
MEXICAN
GIFT
SHOP
Hand Tooled  Purses
— Jewelry — >
Novelties
908
ROBSON ST.
MUTUAL
3-3711
VISITORS staying in Canoda less than
48 hours may each return to the
United States with $10.00 worth of
merchandise duty free. More than 48
hours, $200.00 duty free. More than 12
days.  $500.00 duty free.
CHINATOWN—In New York it's Mott
Street, In San Francisco its Grant Street, in
Vancouver it's Pender Street ... a bit ot the
exotic Orient ten minutes walk from Granville Street. It attracts tourists and residents
alike with its colorful curio and gift shops and
unusual   restaurants.
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Please Say You Saw It In Current Events
 Points of Interest
In Vancouver
STANLEY PARK—Perhaps the greatest
single attraction in Vancouver, a thousand
acres of natural primative forest, only a few
minutes' drive from the centre of the city
Overlooking the entrance to the harbour, it
offers countless magnificant views, shady
walk and bridle paths, rocks, botanical
and zoological gardens, stretches of guiet
beach, Brockton Point, Pauline Johnson monument, Indian villiage and Totems, Prospect
Point,   Siwash   Rock.
GROUSE     MOUNTAIN—Only     19    minutes
from  the city centre  is the Grouse Mountain
chairTtft,   world's   largest   metropolitan   chair-
lift, .a  magic  carpet  to  the  ski   village  and
and  chalet  atop  mile-
high  Grouse  Mountain.
There are two lifts, the
first  takes you  to  the
, ski    village    and    the
' second   to   the   chalet.
And   from   the   lookout
you get a stirring panorama     of     the     city
stretching    away    distantly   from   its   mag-
W      U    **"     nificant harbor directly
«P     M      \ below.   You   see   snow
^s capped Mt. Baker tow-
v ering   up   in   the   dis-
^% . tance,     the     sweeping
landscape to beyond
-Canada border and to the west
across the Gulf of Georgia the peaks of Vancouver Island. To get to the chairlift from
Vancouver, you drive across Lions Gate
Bridge . . . turn right on Marine Drive to
Capilano Road . . . then left by a well-
marked road. If you are coming by Black
Ball Line from Horseshoe Bay then continue
east   past   Lions   Gate   Bridge.
AQUARIUM—Looking out over beautiful
Burrard Inlet toward the mountains of the
north shore is the new Vancouver Public
Aquarium in Stanley Park.*lt uontains displays
of aquatic animals from all over the world
from Hawaiian sea turtles to African lung-
fish. Best of all are local fishes and marine
invertebrates: Pacific salmon, huge lingcod,
giant sun starfish, colorful sea anemones ana
others. If driving turn right off Georgia under
the causeway, then left at the next road.
Aquarium   is  next  to  the   new  zoo  buildings.
the   U.S.-
Ask For
KEMP   &   CO.   LIMITED
WOOLLENS
The Largest Selection in Town of Imported
Suitings,   Tweeds   from   England,   Scotland
and   Ireland;  Worsteds  from   England  and
Australia.    Authentic    Tartans.
318 Homer St., Vancouver TA. 4245
THE EXCLUSIVE
BABY WEAR SHOP
Specializing in
Imported British Woollens — Coats
Infants up to 8 Years
800 Robson St. MArine 1912
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Close ta all Hotels
Genuine Antique Jewellery
TfllTS
Vancouver's finest
collection of Scottish jewellery &
thistle crystal
glasses.
MA.  9410
806 Robson     Vancouver, B.C.
EHGCflONCO
"House of the Orient'
We import direct from China
Jade Teakwood Tables Cloisqnne
Ivory Camphorwood Chest     Linens
Jewelety      Silk Lingerie Embroideries
104 E. Pender and 716 Robson  PA 6638
Chinatown   Store   Open    Evenings
LAXDO'S
FURS
INDIAN   •    Moccasins    •    Cowichan  Sweaters    «
Bear   Rugs    •    Totem   Poles
CURIOS   306 Granville St.           TA 4264
(Opp. C.P.R.  Depot)
"Stay   Another   Day   and   Play   in   the   Pacific   Northwest''
Page  15
 The TUDOR ROSE
600 W.   Cordova  St.  — Vancouver,   B.C.
(Opp.  C.P.R.   Depot,  Near Piers)
The Finest Selection of English China and
Gifts.      Paragon,     Royal     Albert,      Irish
Belleek.  Souvenirs.
RfllBOO /CRBRCC
In the Heart of
VANCOUVER'S
CHINATOWN
Internationally known
for tops  in  Chinese
cuisine, hospitable
service and fascinating
Oriental   decor—Mn
interesting   place
to visit.
MA. 1935
155  E.  Pender
ON HOWE STREET
THE CATHAY
Gifts  from   the  Orient.   Hand-embroidered
Lirens, Curios, Blouses, Negligees, Jackets
649   Howe   St.,   Vancouver.   PA.   1035
THE LONDONDERRY SHOP
Finest English Tailored Suits — Top Coats
— Cashmere Sweaters and Skirts — Liberty
Scarves — Imported Accessories.
615 Howe St., VANCOUVER
1449 Marine Dr., WEST VANCOUVER
LEVER ANTIQUES
Where  to Shop — Certainly!  Vancouver's
most   interesting   store  for  Antique  Weapons,   Pistols,   Revolvers,   Jewellery,   China
Old  English Sterling, Sheffield" Plate ■
654 Howe Street MArine 8945
The Finest
CANADIAN FURS
There are  no  finer furs — no better values.
Be  sure  to visit  our  showrooms  located   near
Georgia at Howe
all  leading  hotels.
3&3fer'7fe
Vancouver, B.C.
B.C.'s Leading Exclusive Fur House
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 f
Park Royal In West Vancouver
IF YOU are vacationing and have
come from as far as San Diego or El
Paso, from the prairies' or from the
east, or even from the furthest away
tip of the continent at the tip of the
Florida peninsula, you will be able to
say with conviction when you drive out
onto the Lions Gate Bridge span that
the beauty of the view is not surpassed
by any similar view you have seen anywhere in North America.
Stretching for more than 10 miles
from a little east of the Lions Gate
Bridge to Whytecliffe on beautiMHowe
Sound, West Vancouver is a community of homes nestling on the green
forest-clad southern slopes of the
mountains of the north shore—between
the   mountain    ridges   and    the    sea.
Less than 15 minutes drive by car
from West Vancouver you can be in
the centre of Canada's third largest
city at its busiest street intersection,
surrounded by all the common appurtenances of any large city, tall buildings, crowded streets, hurrying people,
impatient people in traffic-jammed
cars, steel and concrete and asphalt
and gasoline fumes. Yet the moment
pne has reached the north end of the
Lions Gate Bridge, one is at once
conscious of a completely different
atmosphere, it is the transition—almost
"Take Current Events with You on Your
Mop   shows   how   to   reach   Pork   Royal   and
Woodwards    Dept.    Stores.
abrupt—of having come in a few minutes from a busy city into lovely
country surroundings.
...  so much beauty in one spot
paul's danish interiors ltd.
868 park royal - walnut 2-8533
west Vancouver,  b.c.
sstern   Canada's   leading   direct
...iporters of daivsh contemporary      v
furniture and fine gifts.
"It's   Charmantes   for   Charm*
Dresses—Suits— Coats—Sportswear
CHARMANTE GOWNS LTD.
Located  in  Heart of Beautiful  Park  Royal
__ WAInut 2-5340
Shopping Tour"
Page   17
 j ^*—^Ferries to Nanaimo
"" Horseshoe Bay
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday   .   .
Saturday . ,
Closed a! I  Day.
) 6:00 pm.
9:30 am. to 9:00 pm.
9:30 am. to 6:00 pm.
Sk
op in com{
fort at
ON  HIGHWAY 99
PARK ROYAL
ft AMPLE FREE PARKING
ft WOODWARD'S   DEPARTMENTAL  STORE
ft 34 OTHER STORES  FOR  SELECTION
ft ALL ESSENTIAL SERVICES
Drug   Store — White Spot Drive-In  Restaurant
Barber  Shop   and   Beauty   Parlor  — Shoe  Maker
s=^  S\elax ana Shop ■
AT
PARK   ROYAL   SHOPPING   CENTRE   LTD.
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 • accent an  cuisine
THE CHUCKWAGON (Daily 5 om-12 M)
761 Marine Dr. (Opp. Park Royal) WA. 2-2753
The place to go ... on the North
Shore opposite Park Royal Shopping Centre. Famed for Fresh Crab
Cocktails, Hot Garlic Bread, Prime
Corn-Fed   Steaks,   Rainbow   Trout,
Barbecued  Spareribs,  Delicious Tossed  Salads.
Western music, 9-10 pm. Open Sun. 4-10 pm.
Ample parking.  Frank Menzies, owner-host.
MAURICE'S
(Every dav inc. Sunday 10 am  -  10 am)
Park Royal West Van. Reservations WA 2-4311
You'll appreciate the continental
touch of the sidewalk cafe and the
indoor restaurant. Distinctive
French and Swiss dishes from a
menu  that reads  like an  epicure's
dream.    Savory   meals   exquisitely   served   at
unforgettable   Maurice's.
To the west and south stretches an
expanse of inland sea sparkling in the
sun and in the distance the ^ar-round
snow-capped mountain ranges on
Vancouver Island. To the east and
south Stanley Park, the lacy span of
Lions Gate Bridge, the architecture of
a modern city spread out in panorama
and softened through the summer haze
while distantly against the blue of the
summer sky towers majestic Mount
Baker in Washington state, its snow-
clad slopes towering to 10,730 feet.
A.nd on the sea the constant and interesting traffic of big ships, steamers,
tugs, barges and little boats coming
and   going.
L 1
N E N S
Irish    -    Ch
inese    -    Madeira
COLIN
CAMPBELL
781
Park   Royal
WA.
2-7123
WENDY'S CHILDRENS WEAR LTD.
Park Royal, West Vancouver WA. 2-2010
Specializing   in
Imported   British   Woollen   Wear
Coats,   Sweaters,   Blazers,   Riding Clothes
For Girls  up  to  12 Years  and
Boys up to 8 Years
coulson — Mcdonald
MEN'S WEAR
PARK ROYAL WEST VANCOUVER
British Woollens -  Viyella
Sport Shirts - Dressing Gowns
Tartan Sportswear
WA 2-6421
VMMKWAftlN
IN  WEST  VANCOUVER
if Fresh Crab Leg & Shrimp Salads
ic Fresh Crab Leg Cocktails
^r Prime Corn-Fed Steaks
•fr Hot Garlic  Bread        * Rainbow Trout
it Barbecued  Spareribs   * Tossed Salads
AND HOSPITALITY
Hotel and Home Opp. Park Royal
Deliveries WA. 2-2753
An Adventure in  Good Eating
ii .       i PARK
^Maurice &   royal
Dine "continental style" at the sidewalk
cafe or indoors by softly glowing candlelight. Authentic French and Swiss dishes
. . . famous Mille Feuilles steak, delicious
Bourguignon, superb French omelettes and
the dessert magnifique, Baba au Rhum.
WAInut 2-43U WEST VANCOUVER
come to Evergreen Park Resort
.  .  . only   12  mjles from  Vancouver
On beautiful Bowen Island. 1200
acres in spectacular setting . . .
heated pool, all sports, lovely
gardens. Stay in Lodge or cottages; enjoy delicious meals in
Sea   View   Dining   Room.
Drive  over  Lions  Gate
Bridge    to    Horseshoe
Bay,     then    ftrry    to
Bowen.    Information:
580 HOWE ST., VANCOUVER
MA. 543«
'Take Current Events with You en Ye»r
Teeir"
Pee*   If
 DINING AROUND
MING'S
IF YOU STROLL along Pender Street, past the
Vancouver Sun tower, you will find yourself
in the liveliest, gayest and largest Chinatown in North America, a quarter which vies
with   its  counterpart   in   San   Francisco.
And when you go to Chinatown, you often
go to Ming's. Ascending a broad, carpeted
stairway, you reach a pleasant, octagonal
room with soft green walls on which are
delicate Chinese figures,roseate glowing ceiling, in which individual lights shine like stars
and which is supported by solid, dark green
pillars.
Here some of the best Chinese food in North
America is served to the accompaniment of
soft music. Ming's is a meeting place of celebrities, actresses, men about town, artists,
newspapermen, sportsmen and business men
and women It is open from 5 pm. until 2 am.
and on Sunday from 5 'til midnight. To those
who know their Chinese food it is unnecessary to enumerate the dishes, for they will
find   here  all   they   can   expect  of   the   best.
But it might be worth while to consider
some suggestions by Mr. James Cho under
whose  experienced  eye  these  oriental   delica-
• JOE VENUTI—World famous violinist, who
is appearing nightly throughout August at
Dave's Fifth Avenue, smart Seattle entertainment rendezvous, 112 5th North. Location is
just off Highway 99 at Denny Way close to
Seattle  P-l.
cies are prepared and served. He recommends, among other items, Deep Fried Prawns,
at $1.85; Lichie Chicken Ball, at $3.50 and
Pressed Chicken at the same price; Cream of
Chicken Corn Soup at $1.50; Chinese Pea Pod
with Water Chestnut and Chicken Ball, for
$2.75; or Breaded Almond Chicken, which
costs $2.00. There are, also, the special dinners—$3.50 for two, $5.00 for three, $6.50
for four and $9.50 for six. If you choose one
of these, the formula is simple—leave it up to
Ming's   and   stop   worrying   about   anything.
Yet it is somewhat useless to talk of Chinese food and liquor to people who know
both. The simple advice is—see for yourself.
Mr. Tim Louie, leading Vancouver businessman, and his associates established Ming's
in April, 1950, and they have had the pleasure
of watching it grow into a flourishing institution.
THE CALYPSO 3, direct from The Blue Angel,
New York City, now at Clark's Westerner,
423 Pike. Dancing and entertainment nitely
here   in  Seattle.
• ENTRANCE to Ming's, smart Chinese din- DINING OUT is never a problem
ing spot on E. Pender in Chinatown, Van- when you carry a copy of CURRENT
couver,  B.C. EVENTS.
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Please  Say  You  Saw   It  In  Current  Events
 THE CHUCKWAGON
THERE IS MORE than one way of preparing
a steak dinner. Those who like their steaks,
sizzling, cooked in the Western style, with
the full, plain, appetizing flavor of the meat
retained, do not have to go far in Vancouver
to find what they want.
.—You cannot miss the Chuckwagon, at the
edge of Park Royal Shopping centre in West
Vancouver, across the lovely First Narrows
bridge from the main city. The Chuckwagon
has   just   celebrated    its   second   anniversary.
The restaurant, with its large, open tire-
place, breathes an atmosphere of warm hospitality. On one wall the name "Chuckwagon"
is cunningly spelled  out with  a   lariet.
Chuckwagon special luncheons and dinners
include: Porterdouse Extra Cut, $3.90; New
York Steak, $3.50; Tenderloin, $3.25; Fried
Half Chicken, $2.25; Barbecued Spare Ribs
(made according to a special recipe) $2.10
and Imported Rainbow Trout with Bacon,
$1.75. Served with these dishes are tossed
salad, plain or hot-garlic bread and baked
or   French-fried   potatoes.
The Chuckwagon serves fabulous tossed
salads at slight extra cost. The large, fresh
Crabmeat Cocktails are excellent. So is another special, French Onion Soup—a dish which
connoisseurs know is difficult to prepare as
it should be prepared. There is, also, a
Business Man's Luncheon, with prices ranginq
from  65c  to $1.25.
Open from 11 am. until midnight on ordinary week-days; from 5 pm. until 1:30
am. on Saturdays and from 4 pm. until 10
pm. Sundays.
• PLUSH dining room in the smart Ritz Hotel,
Vancouver,  B.C.
• THE FOUR KNIGHTS, famous recording stars,
entertain nightly August 12-24 at The Cave
Supper   Club,   626   Hornby   Street,   Vancouver.
• SOFT pastel colors
on me wans,
em lighting, gleaming tables, tempting and
tastefully-prepared food characterise Manning's Coffee Cafes. Photo shows recently
renovated Manning's at 4547 University Way,
Seattle.
smart mod
• DINING western style at the Chuckwagon,
at the edge of the Park Royal Shopping Centre,
West Vancouver. Restaurant is celebrating its
second  anniversary.
"Take Current  Events with You on Your Shopping  Tour"
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 IMPORTED   PERFUMES
COSMETICS
TOILETRIES
Imported Chocolates
and Candies
SOUVENIRS
FILMS AND DEVELOPING
Open 8:30 A.M. to 11:00 P.M.
Fret •Delivery
ROBSON DRUGS
Phone: PAcific 4627
Robson it Burrard
Vancouver,  B.  C.
One Block South of Hotel  Voncotrrtr
VICTORIA
DARLING'S   PHARMACY   LTD.
Victoria     Headquarters    for
IMPORTED   FRENCH   PERFUMES  .  .  .
KENT'S  ENGLISH   BRUSHES
Fort at  Broad — VICTORIA,  B.C.
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Please  Say You  Saw  It  In  Current  Events
 Don't Leave Your Sightseeing to Chance!
Moke Sure You  Really See  Everything  By
GRAY  LINE SIGHTSEEING TOURS!
After travelling many miles to Vancouver, you won't want to go home without seeing
all  the  natural  beauties  and  places  of  interest  around   town.  You'll   see   more,  enjoy
more,  learn  more  if you  see  it all by Gray  Line Tours.
Our specially trained drivers will take you to the places you shouldn't miss. The lecture
will  be the  feature  of the  trip.   And  through  it all,  you'll   ride  in  comfort,  with   no
chance of getting lost or wasting time.
3 FEATURE TOURS
GRAND   CITY  TOUR—3V4   hours:   $3.00.   Operated   every  day  of  the  year.   Daily
from June 1  to Sept. 30 at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
CAPILANO CANYON, HARBOUR & BRITISH  PROPERTIES—23/4 hours: $3.00.  Daily
from June  1   to Sept. 30 at 2:30 p.m.
SUNSET: CLIFFS AND SHORES—2i/2 hours: $3.00.  Daily from June 1  to August 31
at 7:30 p.m.
3-TRIP   PACKAGE:   $7.75.   Enjoy  all   three  feature   tours,   regular  price  $9.00,   at  the
special low package rate of $7.75.
ALL DAY LAND & WATER TOUR—8i/2 hours: $6.50. Daily from July 1  to August 31  at
Enquire  also  about other  low-cost trips.
Main starting point for tours:  Hotel Vancouver.  Buses will pick up at all other hotels
one-half  hour  earlier  than   times  shown.   Information   available   at   leading   hotels   and
motels,  and  at the  Bus Terminal,  Cambie  and   Dunsmuir  Streets.
Telephone PAcific 6381
GRAY LINE MOTOR TOURS
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FAVOURITE SPORTSWEAR SHOPS
Est.  1925
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Old Paintings - Prints, etc.
1123  Kingsway at Glen Drive      EM. 1044
THE  HEATHER SHOPS
Specializing  In
IMPORTED SKIRTS & SWEATERS
TAtlow 4746 CEdar   8325
474-466'Granville St.   2812   Granville   St.
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
MEMO
Take you CURRENT EVENTS magazine with you on your shopping and sightseeing
tour in the city you are visiting and visit the places which interest you most. But,
before starting out read through this magazine and mark the places which you
wish  to visit.
"Stay   Another   Day   and   Play   in   the   Pacific   Northwest"
Paae  23
 SEATTLE
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EATTLE—Population of Greater Seattle, 726,464. Possessing a rare
combination of scenic background, innumerable vacation facilities and
great industrial wealth, Seattle is a culmination of the quest of thousands of tourists who travel  throughout the  nation each year seeking
an ideal vacation land.
Seattle is located on far-reaching Puget
Sound, and is situated between the Cascade Mountains on the east and the rugged Olympic range on the west.
The city's amazing natural combination
of fresh and salt water facilities, including
193 miles of waterfront and three fresh
water lakes, has made it the shipping
centre of the Pacific Northwest and endowed it with vacation facilities few cities
can offer.
Two wide paved Highways, running north
through California and Oregon—one along
the coast and the other inland—connect
Seattle with all the cities in the nation;
four ranscontinental railroads have their
terminus in Seattle; and two national airlines maintain  regular service.
Through    its   position    as    the    nearest
port   to   the   Orient   and   the   doorway   to
Alaska, Seattle embodies the atmosphere, of
the  rugged  land of gold and  salmon.
Growing  City
A late comer to the growing list of
great American cities, Seattle had its
beginning  on  the afternoon  of  Sei. *ember
25, 1852. A little group of pioneers spent
their first night on the shores of
Skwudux (The Indian name for the pro-
monotory now known as West Seattle). A
historical monument at Alki Point marks
the spot where early settlers landed.
Later, as the need for a better harbor
became apparent, the settlers staked
claims on the present site of Seattle. The
name was given in honor of a friendly
Indian chiet, who helped defend the
little community against attacks of other
tribes.
From here on, the story is the usual
pioneer recital of conquering the wilderness. First came the development of early
industries, the coming of the lumbermen,
which culminated in the Indian War of
1856. In 1860 the population was about
300, and in 1870 it had grown to 1,000;
then in the early eighties to 4,000.
HATHAWAY HOUSE
GIFTS   —   JEWELRY   —   CARDS
Imports  and   Handicrafts   by   N.W.   Artists
314   STEWART   STREET     •     MAIN   1966
Crawfort's Sea Grill mi Cortl Room
On the Shores of Puget Sound
For the finest SEAFOOD STEAKS and CHICKEN of the Nation, for a view that is
unsurpassed—you watch the ships go past as you dine—and a delightful atmosphere
in  beautiful  surroundings,   visit  Crawford's  Sea  Grill.   And  for cocktails  there's  the
JeV^i ■*•£*- R^Tr  ^^ Recommended by BU^e    -A    Mtk
333 ELLIOTT AVE WIST Duncan Hines PHONE: GA 3330
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 First for food  and  entertainment  is
CURRENT EVENTS.
•  art
SEATTLE ART MUSEUM—Volunteer Park. Ml
2000. Daily 10 am. - 5 pm. (Closed Mondays) Thursday evening,' 7-10 pm. Sundays &  Holidays,   12-5  pm.
Special Events—Art of the Early Western
Civilizations; European Baroque paintings;
Chinese Art of the T'Ang and later periods;
pre-Columbian and Primitive Art; and
Islamic Art; Painting & Sculpture of the
19th and 20th centuries; (from the Seattle
Art Museum Collection). 158 Chinese ivory
carvings dating from the 15th to the 19th
centuries; lent by Sir Victor Sassoon. One
Man Shows: Paintings by Jane Hovde; Maria
Frank Abrams; Harold Wah I; and Wendell
Brazeau.   Aug.   15  thru   Sept.   22.
• theatre
LO AND BEHOLD—Comedy by John Patrick.
Directed by Kenneth Carr. Fri. & Sat. 8:30
pm. Thru Sept 7. Showboat Theatre, U. of
Wash., Waterfront & 15th N. Tickets $1.
ME 8901.
THE CHALK GARDEN—By Enid Bagnold. Directed by Donal Harrington. Fri. & Sat., 8:30
pm. Thru Aug. 24. Penthouse Theatre, U.
of Wash. Campus, 1 blk. so. of 40th St.
Tickets $1. ME 8901.
THE LOUD RED PATRICK—Comedy by John
Boruff. Directed by Robert Gray. Fri. &
Sat. 8:30 pm. Aug. 29 thru Oct. 5. Penthouse Theatre. U. of W. Campus, 1 blk.
so.  of 40th St. Tickets $1.  ME 8901.
LA VIE PARISIENNE—Comic opera by Jacques
Offenbach. Directed by Warren Pepperdine.
8:30 pm. Aug. 9, 10, 23, 24, 30, 31. University Playhouse, 41st & Univ. Way. Tickets
$1. ME 8902.
WORLD FAMOUS
JOE VENUTI
APPEARING NIGHTLY
Dave's  5th   Avenue
112 -5th   No.
MA  7715
SEATTLE'S  BEST  SEAFOODS
4 cm or a ms
RESTAURANT and FISH BAR
Open 11:30 am. to 11:00 pm.
Pier   54,   Foot   of   Madison   Street
>ioultray:s
Four cOiuds sk»««-t
• DANCE   BAND
• CHARCOAL   BROILER
• COCKTAILS
WESTLAKE   N.   &   ALOHA   (on Lake Union)
"Stay Another Day and Play in the Pacific Northwest'1
Page 2 5
 Mcmc-Ovoh, Motel
6188 Fourth fjfretfcli? SEATTLE
Avenue South t^f^oTii*) Washington
Located right in Seattle on Hwy. 99. On
South Side only 8 minutes from CPR Pier.
Room phones. AAA.
PHONE RAinier 8194
* accept an  cuisine
CAROUSEL ROOM (Daily II am-1 am)
4th  &  Olive   (Hotel  Mayflower) EL  8700
Unique lounge with gay and
delightful scenes from the circus,
| clowns, acrobats and the bright
colors of the circus Specialties:
Seafoods, charcoal broiled steaks.
Central to everything. Close to the Bon
Marche, Frenderick and Nelson. Sat 11 om-
12M.  Closed  Sun.
. . . in the heart of
DOWNTOWN SEATTLE
APARTMENT - HOTEL
• 150  Modern   Units   Many  with   Kitchen
• Modest Rates.  Inside Parking
• Favorite of Canadians. Near CPR  Dock
4th & Virginia * Seattle • MA 8600
While in Seattle  Dont' Miss
YE OLDE
CURIOSITY   SHOP
Established    1899
Souvenirs and Gifts
COLMAN  FERRY  DOCK    PIER 52
Seattle's   World-Famous
Woterfront   Attraction
Open   7   Days  a  Week
FREE  ADMISSION
CLARK'S RESTAURANTS (Daily from 7 am)
ROUND THE CLOCK, Olive Way & Terry
(open 24 hrs.)  MA 2654
TOP NOTCH,  1121  E. 45th  .  EV 0208
MINUTE CHEF,  1316 Fourth Ave  SE 2644
WESTERNER, 423  Pike   SE 4686
NORTHGATE, 138 Northgate Plaza... GL 2666
CRABAPPLE (Bellevue Shopping Ctr.) Gl 6344
THE RED CARPET, next to Fredericks EL 5226
^ -   High quality food, artfully prepared
\^yX^N a«d tastily served for 25 years.
\\j|Qril$| Popular family habitats at modest
——-—^ prices. The new Red Carpet is
already famous for its prime rib and seafood cuisine, charming continental atmosphere. You'll enjoy this elegant restaurant
providing   the   best   in   dining   pleasure.
CLOUD ROOM (Luncheon  12-2 pm exc.
Sun.   Dinner 6-10  pm)
9th Ave.  at Pine   (The Camlin)        MU 0100
COne of the Northwest's most distinctive dining locales. View from
famous roof rendezvous gives
breathtaking view of city, Puget
Sound and mountains. "Dining in
the clouds" attracts guests from all over the
nation. Cocktails in adjoining cocktail lounge.
New drive-in  entrance.
A   GOOD   breakfast   means   a   good
morning.
Porsekmder
Seafood Extraordinary
Dslicious STEAKS and CHICKEN
VIKING  ROOM •  COCKTAILS
Rcosonobly   Priced   AAA.   Duncan   Hines
300 3rd WEST
DANCING      NIGHTLY
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CRAWFORD'S SEA GRILL   (Daily 11 am-1 am)
333 Elliott Ave. W. GA 3330
One of Seattle's fine restaurants
in an incomparable setting overlooking the waters of Elliott Bay.
Wide windows and within attrac-
^r^tive aquariums. Service excellent
and food served exceedingly attractively. A
meCca for seafood lovers. You can also enjoy
steaks and chicken here. Ample parking. Beautiful cocktail lounge.
DAVERJSO'S (Daily  4  pm.   -   2  am.)
159  Yesler Way MA.  4868
Jfa An   old   traditional   restaurant   in
the heart of old Seattle. Seattle's
first pizzeria. Close to RR stations.
Superb food served in continental
atmosphere at prices that all can
afford. Authentic Italian dinners. Wide variety
of Spaghetti dishes and Specialties. Pizza
Pie, of course. Cocktail. Best food in town.
Mrs.   Rene  Daverso,  owner-hostess.
DIAMOND JIM'S (Daily 5 pm - 1 am)
7401 Aurora (at Green Lake) SU 9622
Attractive, well-equipped site for
pleasurable American fare. Specialty: prime ribs and oysters.
Fine place for family enjoyment.
Continental style entertainment
and dancing nightly with one of Seattle's
finest trios (except Sunday). Cocktails.
Sunday: dinner 1-9 pm. Ample free parking.
On U.S. 99.
HOTEL HUNGERFORD COFFEE SHOP
(Daily  6  am.   —   1:30  am.)
1100 4th at Spring EL. 3900
Good food and well prepared. All
fresh vegetables. Especially popular dining site with Canadians.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also,
the picturesque Magnolia Room fot
cocktails. Ample parking. Across from Seattle
Public   Library.
-dorothys-
Gifts - Jewelry
Olympic   Hotel     •
ELLiot 0151     •
■ Souvenirs - Cards
1216   Fourth   Avenue
Seattle 1, Washington
"The Greatest Thing to Hit Seattle Since
the  Mercer Girls"
the RED STEER
serving
Giant 10-oz. New York cut
steak. Hash Brown Potatoes.
Tossed Green Salad with
Roquefort Dressing. Toasted
French  Bread, mm      M*l 4&
I s 1.09
Iftannincjs ?c#e 'pood
COFFEE
CAFES
IN SEATTLE
319 Union St. — 1545 4th Ave*
BELLINGHAM       —       EVERETT
*Open Sundays
4547 Univ. Way*
—       TACOMA
FINE FOODS * COCKTAILS *  SPORT GOODS * RECREATIONAL INFORMATION
Northwest"
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 75  MODERN  STEAM  HEATED  UNITS
CITY CENTER^ MOTEL
226 Aurorafe^^J^lln the Heart
On U.S. 99   !WC$*rVU of SEATTLE
\ mote *•*-/
Only   7   blocks   from   the   main   shopping
center.   TV,   radios   &   telephones   in   all
rooms.
Phone:  MUtual  0266
• accent an  cuisine
CORNELIUS
APARTMENT  HOTEL
Close to Shopping, Business, Theatres
—Away from   Noise
Kitchens   Available—Transient   &   Weekly
Convenient Parking
4  Blocks from C.P.R.   Dock
3rd at Blanchard EL. 2888
KING OSCAR'S Open daily 5-12 pm.
4312   Aurora ME   4992
From the land of the midnight
sun comes smorgasbord. Swedish
meat balls, koldomar and famous
Viking cookery here. Also steaks,
chicken,    seafood.    Open    Sundays
1-9   pm.   On   U.S.   99,   just   north   of   Aurora
Bridge on east side. Ample parking; Cocktails.
MANNING'S COFFEE CAFES  (7 am. - 9 pm.)
1525  4th  Ave.* EL. 8430
319 Union Street EL. 8430
4547  University Way* ME. 7100
*Open Sundays
In Seattle—or on Hwy. 99 in
Bellingham, Everett, Tacoma—you
can depend on Manning's for
food tastefully prepared. Attractive
& bright surroundings. Coffee is
| famous. No tipping. You make
your own choice from tempting
arrays of crisp salads, choice meats, fish,
vegetables and desserts displayed at all
coffee   cafes.   One  of  Seattle's   Pioneer  firms.
Something   Entirely   New   in
Seattle Theatre-Dining
mmw&*im
740IJurora SU.9622
DINNERS—Diamond Jim's Favorite
Dishes —PRIME RIBS ond OYSTERS.
DANCING NIGHTLY — With one of
Seattle's Finest Trios. Continental Style
Entertainment.   COCKTAILS:
MOULTRAY'S FOUR WINDS (5 pm. - 2 am.)
Westtake & Aloha on Lake Union EL 4156
Unique ship restaurant moored
Lake Union, with view from
L dining room over lake. Decor of
) rich, bizarre colors borrowed from
Uhe Mardi Gras. Charcoal broiler.
New Orleans style cuisine. Specializing in
seafoods, steaks. Dancing nightly. Dance
band. Lunch 11:30 am. to 5 pm. Closed Sun.
Cocktails.   Bill   and   Chris   Moultray,   owners.
Mew HUNGERFORD HOTELS
Si^
HUNGERFORD
HOTEL
SEATTLE, WASH.
1100   4th EL.   3900
200 Rooms 200 Baths
Rates—Single $5.00 to $5.50
Coffee Shop Magnolia Room
Excellent   Food for Cocktails
Ample   Parking City   Center
PORTLAND, OREGON
Broadway & Columbia. CA. 8-2185
100   Rooms 100   Baths
Rates—Single $4.50 to $5.00
Coffee Shop
Magnolia    Room
We Cater to Banquets
Owner—EARL  HUNGERFORD
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IVAR'S ACRES OF CLAMS
(Daily 11:30 am—11  pm)
Foot of Madison St., Pier 54 MU. 2442
Owner Ivor Haglund is as
famous as his distinctive restaurant. Here is "seafood at
its best" right on Seattle's
famed waterfront. Complete
dinners from $1.55 served until 11 p.m. Fish
bar open 11 am—2 am Cocktails in the
"Clam Digger Room." Reservations Recommended.
THE NORSELANDER (Daily 12N - 2 am)
300 3rd W. MU. 8240
Delightful dining'. Unsurpassed for
a wonderful evening. Seafood Extraordinary. Steaks fried chicken—
mouth-watering. Salads crisp, outstanding. Reasonably priced.
Luncheons from 95c. Complete dinners from
$1.95. Good place for the family. Favors for
the children. Dancing nightly 9:30. No cover.
No minimum. Roy L. Petersen, owner-host.
AAA.   Diner's  Club.   Duncan   Hines. approved.
BEN   PARIS (Daily  6  am   to   1   am)
Westlake   and   Pine MA.   5730
The    Northwest's    leading    sports-*
rfcs^   men's    rendezvous.    In    the    heart
^yy^ of   Seattle.    Specializes   in    Puget
^ Sound  and  Alaska  seafood  delica
cies. Incorporates store for all
sporting goods and licenses from 6 am until
1 am! Particularly popular with Canadians.
Cocktails.   Visit  the   Sportsman's   Lodge.
REGENCY ROOM MA   7070
2nd Ave. & Stewart (Hotel New Washington)
Distinctive service in the mannei
^poricN of the Doric Hotels. Continental
' atmosphere and elegance with the
white and gold decor of The
Regency. Reasonable tariff. Lunch
12-2 pm; Dinner 5-9 pm. Cocktails in ultra-
smart The Brigadier, 11 am-1 am. The Gene
Boscacci  Trio  nitely,  9:30.   Diners  Club.
THE RED STEER    (Daily 11:30 am-12:30 am)
118  Pike  St. SE.   3440
Giant 10-oz. New York cut steak,
golden hash brown potatoes, tossed salad with Roquefort dressing
and toasted French bread ALL for
$1.09. Steaks charcoal broiled to
individual perfection. Amazingly quick service. In heart of business district near Pike
St. market. Call SEneca 3440 for "carry-
out"  food  service.
CIRO'S
DELICIOUS   ITALIAN   FOOD
Specializing   in   Pizza.   Prepared   by   Rose
Colacurio.   Broiled   Steaks.   Luncheon   58c.
Open    24    hours.   The    Riksha    Room    for
Cocktails.   SE   6564.
109  Pine  Street —  Seattle,  Wash.
Bung Oscar's
y  SMORGASBORD
.STEAKS-CHICKEN-SEAFOODS
COCKTAILS   IN  THE   FJORD
ROOM
4312 Aurora Ave. - ME 4992 •
Ample  Parking
PA VERSO'S
Italian   Restaurant
An   old   traditional . restaurant
in   the   heart   of   old   Seattle.
CONSTANTLY   the   best   food
in  town.  Cocktails.
SPECIALTIES:    Authentic
Italian Dinners and Pizza Pie.
Seattle's   First    Pizzeria!!
159YeslerWay. MA4868
#
CALHOUN    HOTEL
2nd   and   Virginia   Street
SEATTLE'S   FAMILY  HOTEL
$2.50 to $3.25 without bath RATES: $3.75 to $5.50 with bath
Three Blocks from C.P.R.  Dock
'Take Current Events with You on Your Shopping Tour"
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Hariman's BOOKS, Int.
Book   Headquarters   to  the   Northwest
Now    serving    you    with
two   great   stores:
DOWNTOWN    SEATTLE
1313   Fifth   Avenue
UNIVERSITY    DISTRICT
4321    University   Way.
SEATTLE
Points Of Interest
In Seattle
SEATTLE WAS BORN at Alki Point, where
the first Seattle settlers landed. A monument
now marks the spot, easily reached along a
scenic waerfront  route.
WATERFRONT — Ships, great and small,
under many flags, loading and discharging.
Long docks extending into deep water, including Colman Dock with fine view from
glass-enclosed waiting - room. Curio shops,
fish apd oyster booths, ship chandleries. Bell
Street public terminal, observation roof garden; • Port of Seattle offices, fourth floor.
Take No. 37, Alki coach, south on First
Avenue. Ride along the waterfront and view
city skyline, visit lighthouse, then ride to end
of line and transfer to Coach 44 for additional / marine  view  scenery.
TOTEM POLE—At Pioneer Sguare, First and
Yesler Way Alaska Indian family tree hand
carved from a cedar over 60 feet long.
YE OLDE CURIOSITY SHOP — Ferry Dock,
between Marion and Columbia. A Seattle landmark. Featured in several national magazines.
A must see for the Seattle visitor.
2 FLOOR SHOWS //y/,//9
DANCING Nightly
ft //if MUl/r C£
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>*f'-' ELiot 5030
i     602, UNION
IN SEATTLE
ATW00D HOTEL
R. F. LARK IN, Owner and Manager
104 Pine Street — Phone: SEneca 1750
Rates  $2.50 -$4.00; With   Bath  $3.50 - $6.00
Close to docks, department stores, theatres, offiee buildings,
and all downtown Seattle.
Very popular with Canadians and Alaskans
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MAGIC   INN       (Daily from  5 pm.  exc.  Sun.)
602Vi  Union at 6th EL  5030
Dining, dancing Cr top entertainment six nights a week from 5
pm. Chic Locale. In the heart of
downtown Seattle. Excellent late
supper dishes. Two floor shows
nightly. Dancing nightly to the music of
Norm Hoagy and his orchestra. Pleasant, relaxing   atmosphere.
SKIPPER'S (Daily 5 pm.-l am.
208  Elliott Ave. W MU 8686
Dining at its finest in the Northwest's Original Seafood Restaurant.
Original dishes exclusively served here Large
collection of marine fixtures and ships models.
Overlooks Seattle waterfront. Sea Shanty
Lounge for cocktails in connection. Ample
parking.  Entertainment nightly.
A CHEF is  as  good  as his sauces.
Rose Garden Tea Room
LUNCHES •  DINNERS • AFTERNOON TEA
1526 WESTLAKE AYE. Entrance in Alley
Between Pike and Pine     Closed Sat. and Sun.
RENT   YOUR   CAR
A ^     from
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IMMEDIATE
SERVICE
FREE
PICKUP   Cr
DELIVERY
ONE WAY RENTALS
In Seattle
National   Car   Rental   System,   Inc.
6th & Olive MAin 4831
In  Vancouver
Clarke   Simpkins   U-Drive   Limited
PAcific 5936 TAtlow 0383
1315 W. Georgia St.
Seafood Restaurant & Sea Shanty Lounge
Seattle's Original Seafood Restaurant. Entertainment
nitely. Lois Apple at the Hammond Organ. Direct radio
broadcast via  KIRO 9:15 p.m.
One block No.  Denny Way
208 Elliott Ave W.
"On The Waterfront"
Phone: MUrdock 8686
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IN ! I
 YTlCTORJA—Population of Greater Victoria, 1 10,000. The capital of the
1/ far-flung Province of British Columbia has the rather Gilbertian distinc-
■ tion of being situated upon an island 80 miles from the Mainland
*   which  constitutes  the   major  portion  of   B.C.    With   a   population   for
Greater Victoria of 110,000,  it is the im
pressive gateway to Vancouver Island,
along the east coast of which Evergreen
Playground—as it is sometimes picturesquely described—a road runs for a distance
of  186 miles  in  a  northerly direction.
It is necessary to put restraint upon
one's superlatives in writing about Vancouver Island, which is an astonishing
mixture of rugged mountain and lake
scenery combined with beautifully situated
valleys of well-tilled agricultural land, but
it will not be inappropiate to quote in
this connection the lines from Wordsworth's
poem:
"Fair scenes for childhood's opening bloom,
For sportive youth to stray in,
For manhood to enjoy its strength
And  age to wear awav  in."
Victoria itself, with its imposing and
artiste Parliament Buildings, though it has
an industrial life, is pre-eminently a city
of exquisite gardens, beautiful residences
and fine streets, and it has much of an
Old World English atmosphere. It has
travelled far from the years of its gensis, a
Hudson's Bay fort and settlement, traces
of which are still apparent
ROGERS CHOCOLATES
The   original    Rogers   Chocolates.    Mailed
all  over  the world.   Don't  miss calling at
this Old  English  Shop  .   .   .   have  a   look
around.
913 Government St , Victoria. Phone 4-7021
LITTLE & TAYLOR
Registered Jewellers American Gem Society
Invite  you to  view their selection of
DIAMONDS
STERLING SILVER - CANADIAN JEWELRY
1209 Douglas St. Victoria, B. C.
A   GOOD   breakfast   means   a   good
morning.
ENGLISH  BREAKFASTS   •   LUNCHEONS   •   TEAS   •   DINN£RS
Recommended by  Duncan  Hines • AAA  •  Diners Club  •  Gourmet
STAY OR DINE AT . . .
"®liu> EtinUttuY' 3mt
Quaint Bedrooms with Modern Private Baths, $5.50 to $12.00 Double
Unique   17th Century Furniture.  Armour,  Pistols,  and China
Dinner Music by Well-Known  Local Organist
Specialties: Roast Beer and Yorkshire Pudding; English Trifle and Crumpets
429 Lampson Street Victoria, B.C. Tel. 2-8311
See exact  replica of Shakespeare's birthplace adjacent  to  Inn.
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 Points of Interest
In Victoria
THE BUTCHART GARDENS—Actually four
gardens-in-one, this 25-acre Fairyland of
Flowers forms the main part of a 130-acre
private estate at Tod Inlet, just 12 scenic
miles from Victoria, the capital city of British
Columbia.
Linked together by spacious lawns, flagstone waite, tree-Lined paths and hedges . •.
the English Rose, quaint Japanese and formai
Italian Gardens complement the fabulous1
Sunken Garden. The latter was transformed
out of a once-bleak, abandoned limestone
auarry. Today, its towering fifty foot walls
are clothed with Virginia creeper and ivy
its "floor" laid out in flower beds, alpine
rockeries, lawns, streams, and a mirror-
smooth   artificial   lake.
the park are a number of old Indian totem
poles and the famous little dug-out canoe
which was converted into a deep-sea ship, to
show the world what can be done in me way
of little ship voyages when Captain J. C.
Voss circumnavigated the world in her. She
was named The Tillicum
SHAKESPEAREfS  BIRTHPLACE — An  exact
repiica down to the minutest detail of the
house at Strcftford-upon-Avon, England, where
Shakespeare was born, 1564. Recently completed, the quaint residence is the home of
Squadron Leader and Mrs. Lane, proprietors of
"Olde England" Inn, adjacent at 429 Lamp-
son Street. Open all year. Visitors invited to
take   photographs  of  exterior.
HELMCKEN  HOUSE HISTORICAL MUSEUM
—Oldest residence in British Columbia to survive unchanged from original state. Built in
1852 by Dr. John Sebastian Helmcken when
Victoria was still a Hudson's Bay Company
trading post. Its history is the history of
British Columbia. Adjoins Thunderbird Park
and is readily accessible. Operated by Provincial Archives with a permanent curator to
show visitors through. Open doily Tuesday to
Sunday, inclusive, 2-5 p.m.
THUNDERBIRD PARK—This is a charming
little park just across Belleville Street from
the Empress Hotel Gardens and diagonally
across the street from  the Crystal  Garden.   In
Indian  Craft Shoppe
905 Government St., Victoria,  B.C.
One Block  North of Empress Hotel
Indian Moccasins — Eskimo Carvings
Baskets — Cowichan Sweaters — Mastidon
Jewellery   —   Furs
Game Skin  Rugs
Souvenirs
Visitors Welcome
IRISH LINEN STORES
LIMITED
1019   Government  St.     Victoria,  B.C.
Established 43 Years
SPECIALIZING   IN  THE  FINEST
OF  IMPORTED LINENS
Ladies' and  Gents'   Irish  Linen  Handkerchiefs   in   Plain   Hemstitched,   Initials   or
Fine Hand Rolled Borders.
Linen Guest cr Hand
Towels, Doilies, Runners,
Bridge or Luncheon Sets
Irish   Linen   Damask
Tablecloths and Napkins
in all popular sizes
*
Inspection  Cordially  Invited
MONTAGUE BRIDGMAN
"The  Wedgwood  Shop"
CHINA... GIFTS
More  than   100  open   stock  dinnerware   patterns  by  WEDGWOOD,   MINTON
ROYAL  DOULTON  and  other  famous  makers.   Over  500 different cups  and
saucers   in  a  wide  price   range.
Victoria's Largest Selection of Royal Doulton Figurines
You   will   enjoy   browsing   at   Bridgman's
811  GOVERNMENT ST.
PHONE: 3-0821
"Take Current Events with You on Your Shopping Tour'1
Page 33
 VICTORIA COLOR PHOTO
Color   Film   Processing   and   Color   Prints
48-hour service
933 Forf St. Phone 5-5633
THE ADELPHI BOOK SHOP
Old Fine and Rare Books
Specializing  in  Canadiana
Out of print books sought for and reported
„.,.,,/   w-      free  °f  charge.
822l/2 Fort St. Ffcone 5-1746
BAMBOO 0AKBSNS
GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT
• Pineapple Sweet and Sour  Lean
Pork
• Deep   Fried   Shrimps,   vegetables *
• Chicken Chow Mein, China style.
• Bamboo Gardens Chop Suey
Open Daily 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.
1708 Government St. Phone 5-5521
TJke Spare Rib -Mou*
CRAB   LEG   COCKTAILS
TOSSED SALADS
PAN   FRIED   CHICKEN
CORN    FED   STEAKS
CHERRY BANK HOTEL
• accent an cuisine
BAMBOO   GARDENS     (Daily 5 pm. — 2 am.
1708 Government St. 5-5521
Victorias newest and finest Chinese
dining spot Heart of Chinatown.
Pood is a treat. specialities:
Pineapple Sweet and Sour Lean
Pork, Deep Fried Shrimps with
vegetables, Chicken Chow Mein, Chinese
style. Bamboo Gardens Special Chop Suey.
Ample parking. Open Fri. Cr Sat. to 3. am.,
Sun. 5 pm. to 1 am. "Carry-out" food service.
COLONIAL   DINING  ROOM
(Daily 7:30 am. — 12M. Sun. 9 pm.)
270 Govt. St. (James Bay Hotel) '4-1751)
Excellent food in pleasant surroundings. Colonial decor with
beamed ceiling, hurricane lamps,
maple furniture. Colonial dinners
from    $1.25.    Specialty    for    fish
lovers:    Beachcombers    delight     (deep    fried
oysters,  prawns,  shrimp, scallops,  fish  fingers
and golden  French fries). $1.50.
825   Burdett  Ave.
Phone   5-5380
THE  EMPRESS ROOM (Open daily)
721   Government   (The Empress Hotel)  4-8111
Far famed   Empress  Hotel.   Superb
^ ^Xj r cuisine.   Gracious   and   traditional
^OBi sBf   service- Dinner 6 to 9 p.m. Supper
[    dance   to   Billy  Tickle's   orchestra
^^^    every Saturday, 9 to  12M.  Afternoon tea served in the lounge daily, 3-5 pm.
JAMES M HOTEL
One Block from Beacon Hill Park, near
CPR dock. 100 Rooms. Rates: Single,
$2.50; Double, $4.00. Fine food in the
Colonial Dining Room. Ample parking
facilities.
270 Government St. Phone: 4-7151
THE MAHOGANY ROOM (Open Daily)
919   Douglas  St   (Hotel   Strathcona)   3-7137
Ideally convenient to meet friends
and  for entertaining.  When  good
food   is discussed   in  Victoria  the
Mahogany    Room    comes    in    for
praise. The decor, atmosphere and
fine cuisine all combine to make a gracious
setting  for  delightful  dining.
THE MAPLE ROOM
i|r
IN  HOTEL DOUGLAS
J.   EM.   Neely,  Manager
Well-cooked   food    in   a  delightfully restful  atmosphere.
1450   DOUGLAS   ST.   —   VICTORIA,   B.C.
Just  \y2  blocks from  HBCt store
THE  MAPLE  ROOM
(Daily 8 am.  -  11:45 pm.)
1456 Douglas St.   (Hotel Douglas) 3-4157
One of Victoria's newest restaurants. Maple furniture. Unique
and attractive subdued lighting.
Floor to ceiling drapes. Chummy,
cosy, restful atmosphere. Well-
cooked food with wide selection on menu.
Tiny   tarriff.   1 y2   blocks   from   HBC   <tore.
inpo   pougu
4t\
Paje 34
Please  Say  You  Saw  It  In  Current  Events
 • accent an  cuisine
11:45 pm )
3-7187
McEWEN'S   RESTAURANT
(Daily 8 am.
Fort  and  Douglas
One of Victoria's largest restaurants catering particularly to
families and lorge parties. Booths
for 2, 4, 6 and 8. Modest prices.
Fountain and counter service.
Spacious and attractive dining room. Afternoon Teas, Sandwiches, Salads, Steaks, Chops,
Seafood.   Central   to   everything   in   Victorio.
"OLDE ENGLAND"  INN
(Open daily 8 am-10 pm)
429 Lampson (1% mi. fram city) Ph. 2-8311
Unique in Old World sotting. Replica of an Inglish baronial hall.
Specialties: Roast beef, Yorkshire
pudding, EngltsJr trifle & crumpets.
Breakfasts, lunches, teas, dinners
daily. Dinner music by well known local organist. Mr. and Mrs. Lane owner-hosts. AAA,
Gourmet,  Diners' Club.  Duncan  Hines.
OLD CHARMING   INN
1420   Beach   Drive,  Oak   Bay 4-0267
Beautiful and historic spot. Old world dining
room. Excellent cuisine. Specialise in home-
cooked meals. Afternoon tea an experience
not to be missed. Rudyard Kipling wrote
poems at antique desk in lounge. Mr. & Mrs.
Stan  Morrow,  host and  hostess.
McEWEN'S
£3ES
Family   Restaurant"
FORT AND DOUGLAS
Ir VICTORIA it's the
Quiet, .tasteful
setting for delightful  dining.
At th* Hotel Strathcona
TERRA GOTTA ROOM
DOMINION HOTEL
Enjoy Delicious food in
the charming atmosphere
of the Terra Cotta Room.
Located in Victoria's
second   largest hotel.
759   Yates   St.
4-4136
PRINCESS  MARY  RESTAURANT VESSEL
(Daily 10 am. — 10:30 pm. exc.
Sun., Fri. & Sat. 12 M.)
Harbour Rd. (over Johnson St. bridge) 2-0642
Unique dining site and one of Victoria's most papular. "Restaurant
ship" is famous old CPR vessel
reconstructed. You go aboard up
wide gangplank. Restful, bright,
attractive. Fine food and service. Sensible
tariff. Ample parking space. Reservations recommended. Dusty Miller, master. AAA
fikteeeM
Victoria's   Most   Picturesque
RESTAURANT
Specializing in . .  . SEA FOODS
Look for the neon  sign  just over the
Johnson St. Bridge
344  Harbour Road Victoria,  B.C.
Wsp ($L& Gtyarmtttg inn
Don't miss The Old  Charming   Inn  for afternoon  tea  in an old world dining  room  with
a  breathtaking  view  of  the   Island-studded  Georgia  Strait   and   snow-capped  Mt.   Baker.
American   &   European    Plan.
1420 BEACH DRIVE, OAK  BAY 4-0267 VICTORIA,  B.C.
"Stay  Another  Day  ami   Play   in  the   Pacific   Northwest"
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 \J    wo   Victoria
• ait
ART GALLERY OF GREATER VICTORIA—1040
Moss St. 4-3123. Gallery hours: Tues. thru
Sat., 11 am to ?:30 pm; Friday eve., 7-9:30
Sun., 2-3 pm. Closed Mon. adm. 25c at door.
Special exhibits — Victoria Camera Club;
Anthony Law Show, thru Aug. 11; Permanent and Loan Collection Show, Aug
13-25; Driftwood Sculpture, Aug. 27 -
Sept.   15.
• music
MADRIGAL SINGERS—U. of Washington
Madrigal Singers. Aug. 7, 8:15 pm. Richmond Rd.; Harry Adaskin, violinist. Aug. 9.
BAND CONCERT—Beacon Hill Park, Sunday
afternoon at 3.  Aug.   11.  Tourists welcome
•  theatre
First for  food  and  entertainment  is
CURRENT EVENTS.
ROY IMPORTS
Fine Scotch and JAEGAR Woollens
for Ladies and Children. Exclusive
Suits, Coats, Skirts, Cashmere
sweaters, Chldren's Kilts, Scottish
Novelties, etc. One block from the
Empress   Hotel.
817 GOVERNMENT STREET
VICTORIA,  B.C.
DON'T MISS .  . .
The  largest  selection  of  imported   chocolates   and   toffees   in   Canada.
LEES
ENGLISH   TOFFEE   SHOP
643 Yates St. Victoria,  B.C.
Tons to Choose From
VICTORIA'S FAMOUS SMILE SHOW—Directed
By Jerry Gosley. Fourth summer season.
Features stars of British comedy. Typical
English seaside entertainment Music hall
atmosphere. Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday at 8:15 pm. thru Aug. 17. Langham
Court Theatre,  Rockland Ave.  at Langham
* sports
BASEBALL—Athletic Park, Cook St. International League. Young Liberals vs. Farmer
Construction, Aug. 13. Raniers vs. Farmer
Construction,   Aug.   17.
JUNIOR FISHING DERBY—Victoria-Saanich
Inlet Angler's Assn. Salmon Derby. Open
to all youngsters 16 & under. Fine prizes.
Aug. 25 at Saanich Inlet. Phone 4-8862.
SKEET SHOOTING—Second & Fourth Sundays, Victoria Gun Club, Albert Head Rd.
Metchosin, Visitors Welcome, Phone 8-1642.
ICE SKATING—Victoria Curling Club, 1952
Quadra St. Thursday and Sunday, 8:30 pm.
'till 10:30 pm. Skates to Rent 25c. Phone
3-7042.
AUTO RACING—Saturday Nights, August and
Sept. Langford Auto Track, 8 pm. Island
Highway at  Langford.  Admission  $1.00.
ICE CURLING—Fourth Annual Summer Bon-
Spiel. Victoria Curling Club, 1952 Quadra.
Ang.  27-31.  Phone 3-7042.
GOLF—35th Annual Pacific Northwest Seniors
Tournament. Victoria Golf Club. August 12-
17.   Phone  3-6913.
RIDING—Victoria    Riding   Club.    Cedar   Mill
Cross   Rds.   Selected   Trails.   Phone   3-2413.
CRICKET—Windsor Park. Each Saturday, 2:30
p.m.  Tourists welcome.  Admission free.
WRESTLING—Memorial Arena. Every Thursday evening. 8:30. Popular .prices. Phone
4-1522.
BOX LACROSSE—Victoria Memorial Arena.
8:30 p.m. Popular prices. Aug. 7, New
Westminster.
YOU'LL FIND most of your old favourite
sweets in Canada's largest and choicest selection at Lees English Toffee Shop, 643 Yates
Street, between Government and Douglas.
Lees was established in 1892. They pack
and mail to all parts of the world.
IRISH BELLEEK CHINA    DAOC'C  I U
ENGLISH  BONE CHINA j"ERS
 VICTORIA,   B.C.  1317    Douglas   St.
Page 36
Please  Say You  Saw  It  In  Current  Events
 •  special events
SPECIAL  SUMMER  &   FALL   FLOWER  SHOWS
11th    Annual    Victoria    Gladiolus    Society,
Aug.   9-10,    Crystal   Gardens,    10   am.    to
10  pm.   Admission   50c.
North  and  South  Saanich  Agricultural   Fair
with  Flower Show.  Aug.  31   - Sept.  2.  East
Saanich   Road,   Saanichton.
View  Royal Garden Club's Fall  Show,  Sept.
7.   Association's   Hall,   Gorge   Rd.,   Victoria.
Phone 9-3074
GYMKHANA—Colwood    Trail    Riders    Annual
Event,  Aug  18, at estate of Major Wormer-
sley,   Duke   Rd.   Metchosin.   Admission   Free.
ELK    &    BEAVER    LAKE    SWIM    REGATTA—
Second  annual  juvenile   lake  to   lake  swim.
Water   Sports.   Sept.   2,    (Labor   Day)    Elk
Lake Park, Pat Bay Hwy.  10 am 'till 6 p.m.
• SHOWN ABOVE is an exact replica of
Shakespeare's birthplace in Victoria, B.C.
It is adjacent to the "Olde England" Inn, 429
Lampson   St.
• SWEET English lavendar in North America,
grows only in the Pacific Northwest. Woodward's, florists, Fort street, make a specialty
of drying the flowers for the perfume. They
make up attractive sachets to mail home.
Leave them the addresses. They do the rest.
Send a sachet home instead of a postcard.
As low as 25c and up.
DOG SHOW—Vancouver Island Dog Fancier's
Association. Sept. 6-7. Victoria Curling
Club, Quadra St. Admission 50c, 9:30 am.
'till  10 pm.  Phone 9-2629.
World
Renowned
ESTABUSH&O   1662
WOOLLEN
IMPORTS
Quality clothing needs for all
I the family . . . imported gifts
| of rare beauty . . . traditional-
\ ly  the  finest   imports.
I CHESTER BARRIE — BURBERRY'S
\ RODEX — LIBERTY OF LONDON
| CASHMERE    CREATIONS    AND
VIYELLA PRODUCTIONS
Iuj&j uuiL$on
l  i   m   i   -r   e   o
Government   Street   at
|    TROUNCE ALLEY in Victoria
\ 4   Blocks   from  -Empress   Hotel.
ALSO    IN    HOTEL    VANCOUVER
BLUE  WINDOW
VICTORIA'S    FASCINATING   GIFT    SHOP
NEAR   HUDSON'S   BAY
1607-A Douglas St. Victoria, B.C.
3-5815 Mrs. Marie Cheesman
CONTINENTAL
PASTRIES
FRENCH AND EUROPEAN PASTRIES
Cakes   of   Distinction
—Open   All   Day  Wednesday—
1026   Blanshard   Street,  Victoria,   B.C.       Specializing   in   Simnel  Cakes —  Mail  Orders
(Near Royal Theatre)     Phone 4-4561 LOUIS   ERB,   Manager
"Take Current  Events with You on Your Shopping  Tour"
Page 37
 • accent on cuisine
thp *PARE RIB HOUSE    (Dailv 5 pm - 10ipm
T82H5E bXT (Cherry. Bank^ Hotel) 4-   66
t^-K*  Delightful  dining  at   its  9^TesT.
Il' »ChaFming    decor    with    curtained
R l^walls.   Subdued lighting with hur-
»■*     ricone    lamp    light    stares.     A
iWjr<)    chummy,  cosy dining  ™™*?*;
becued   Spareribs,   Fresh   Crab   Leg   Cocktails,
Hot    GaHic    Bread,    Tossed    Green    Salads.
Entrance   and   parkling   lot   on   Burdett   Ave.
Dexter  Lewers,  host.    AAA.
TERRA COTTA ROOM  (Daily 12N  - 10 pm.)
759 Yates St.   (Dominion  Hotel) 4-41*5
In the heart of the shopping and
theatre district and Victorias
most popular meeting place.
Modern decor and smart modern
lighting. Distinctive. Friendly and
restful atmosphere. Food not surpassed anywhere in town. Highly recommended. Ample
parking.   AAA   recommended   .
>v   Tares
•    NANAIMO    •
THE DINERS' RENDEZVOUS (10 am.-l am.)
(Opp. CPR Ferry Wharf) . -Phone 2482
A restaurant which for beautiful
appointments, decor and good food
is not surpassed on Vancouver Island. "Dine under the Stars.
Deep tourquoise blue ceiling with
constantly twinkling stars. Featuring both
Canadian and Chinese Cuisine. Tiny tariff.
Open: Fri. 10 am. - 2 am. Sat. 10 am. - Z:30
am.; Sun. 12N - 10 pm. AAA recommended.
AT THE CONTINENTAL Pastries, 1026 Blan-
shard Street, you will find the largest selection
of French, Viennese and Danish pastries
Specialty: Simnel cake, a light fruit cake with
marzipan. Note to U.S. visitors: Place your
orders while in Victoria for your Christmas
requirements.  Open Wed.
a tradition
in Victoria
.   * 9
VMpVVSS
hoH'l
A Canadian  Pacific  Hotel
Your stay in Victoria will not be
complete without a meal from the
famed cuisine of the fashionable
Empress Room*	
Afternoon tea—a renowned and relaxing Empress custom—served in the
Lounge daily from 3 to 5 p.m.
Page 38
Please Say You Saw  It  In  Current  Events
 VICTORIA
Vancouver Island, Canada
SCC ThC famous
Garde*5
Going to . . .
BUTCHART
GARDENS?
Go in the little red
7-passenger   Micro
Bus Deluxe
Joe Richards, prop.
3-6259
VICTORIA, B.C.
Cor. Government & Broughton Sts.
2 Blocks up from the  Empress Hotel.
•    NANAIMO    •
* *THE DINERS' ^ *
> (Rendezvous   **
i*X    "Dine   Under   the   Stars" JjZ
Featuring   both    rfSw^S. Opposite C.P.R
SSS^aiSe1   W **"*  Wharf
NANAIMO,   B.C.
WORLD   FAMOUS
25 ACRE FAIRYLAND OF
FLOWERS .  .  .  FOUR GARDENS IN
ONE .  . . SUNKEN, ENGLISH ROSE,
ITALIAN and JAPANESE.
EXCITINGLY NIGHT LIGHTED
FROM DUSK . . . RESTAURANT
• VIEW in The Butchart Gardens from the
family residence, "Benvenuto." A lovely flower garden brightens this entrance way, leading to the restaurant . . . where delicious
light lunches and afternoon teas are served
during  the  summer season.
WOODWARD'S
FLORISTS
619  Fort Street Victoria,  B.C.
Agents for
SUTTON'S SEEDS
FROM ENGLAND
"Stay  Another  Day  and   Play   in  the   Pacific   Northwest"
Page 39
 "All times Standard
—for Daylight Saving   add   1    hour."
SCHEDULES
BRITISH COLUMBIA COAST STEAMSHIPS
Vancouver-Victoria- Seattle       Vancouver-Manaimo
APRIL   28   THROUGH   SEPTEMBER   28,    1957 APRIL   28   THROUGH   SEPTEMBER   28,   1957
Princess
Princess
Patricia Cr
Joan &
Daily
Princess
Princess
Marguerite
Elizabeth
Lv.
Vancouver 	
  10:00 a.m.
10:59 p.m.
Ar.
Victoria    	
     2:15 p.m.
6:00 a.m.
Lv.
Victoria 	
    5:00 p.m.
Ar.
Seattle   	
    9:00 p.m.
Lv.
Seattle   	
.    8:00 a.m.
Ar.
Victoria 	
. „ 11:50 a.m.
Lv.
Victoria 	
     1:10 p.m.
10:59 p.m.
Ar.
Vancouver 	
.....    5:25 p.m.
6:00 a.m.
(a)  Passengers may remain on board—
\ Arriving Victoria, until 8:45 a.m.
Arriving Vancouver, until 8:30 a.m.
Coffee Room open for practically entire trip
(except between the hours of 12:15 a.m. and
7:00 a.m.). All meals a la carte.
Victoria-Part Angelas
APRIL   28   THROUGH   SEPTEMBER   28,   1957
Daily
Princess Joan
or
Princess Elizabeth
Lv. Victoria 8:20a.m. 1:00 p.m. 5:20p.m.
Ar P Angeles 10:00a.m. 2:40p.m. 7:00p.m.
Lv P Angeles 10:40 a.m. 3:10 p.m. 7:20 p.m.
Ar. Victoria 12:20p.m. 4:50p.m. 9:00p.m.
Leave
Vancouver
Arrive
Nanaimo
Pr. of Vancouver       4:00 a.m.*
Pr. Elaine       5:00 a.m.
Pr-of Nanaimo       8:00 a.m.
Pr. Joan §        9:00 a.m.
Pr. Elaine       - 11:00 a.m.
Pr. of Vancouver     11:30 a.m.*
Pr. of Nanaimo       2:00 p.m
Pr.  Elaine    	
Pr. Patricia t   	
Pr. of Vancouver  	
Pr. of Nanaimo
5:00 p.m.
6:15pm.X
7:00 p.m.*
9:00 p.m.
6:45 a.m.
7:30 a.m.
10:15a.m.
11:45 a,m.
1:30 p.m.
2:15 p.m.
4:15 p.m.
7:30 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
9:45 p.m.
11:15 p.m.
Leave Arrive
Nanaimo     Vancouver
5:00 a.m. 7:15 a.m.
7:45 a.m. *10:30a.m.
8:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m.
11:00 a.m. 1:15 p.m.
1:00 p.m. 3:45 p.m.
2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m.
of Vancouver   ..-.    3:15 p.m. *6:00p.m
of Nanaimo        5:00 p.m. 7:15 p.m
Elaine    .     8:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m.
Patricia f"  .,.-   9:00 p.m. 11:15 p.m.
of Vancouver     11:15 p.m. *2:00 a.m.
Pr. of Nanaimo   	
Pr. of Vancouver  ...
Pr. Elaine   	
Pr. of Nanaimo   	
Pr. Joan §   	
p-. Elaine
§ or Princess Elizabeth, t or Princess Marguerite.
* All ferries will arrive and depart from Pier
C EXCEPT "Princess of Vancouver" which
will arrive and depart from Pier No. A-3,
approached via Cardero or Burrard Streets.
12
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