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The Beaver, Vol. I, No. 4, January 1921 by Company

Sugar Refinery was the scene of his first labors


Every added sale that we make will not only increase our own record but it will add its quota to the prosperity of Canada.

Let everybody think good times, talk good times, and buy for good times' sake, then the ranks of the unemployed will melt before the sunshine of prosperity!

Won't we make a resolution to start being _peptimists_ to-day?--_F. S. Garner._

MOTTOE FOR YE NEWE YEARE

_Modernized by A. Seymour H.B.C. Post, D-14_

There arre noe Byrdes In Nexte Yeare's Neste. In Nexte Yeare's Creame There arre no Flyes. Noe Vaine Regrettes Disturb my Breaste For Aught yt in Ye Futurre lyes Ande Laste Yeare's Flyes Ande Laste Yeare's Byrdes Arre paste ye reache Of Tearres ande Wordes.

? ? ? ? --Chaucer.

START THE NEW YEAR WELL

by joining the vast and ever increasing multitude of those who find in Life Insurance the one sure way of protecting dependent ones--while making timely provision for their own future at the same time.

Join the ever increasing number who have found, in the Policies of

The Great-West Life Assurance Company, all that can be desired in profitable Life Insurance.

Thus you will obtain protection at low cost, and will secure a share in the remarkable profits that are being paid to Policyholders of

The Great-West Life Assurance Company Dept. "D. 30" Head Office: WINNIPEG

C. W. Veysey Always Pushed the Work--Never Let It Push Him

_General Manager of Winnipeg Wholesale Developed Himself So Consistently With H. B. C. at Vancouver That He Was Called to Fill a Big Man's Shoes_

By A. BROCK, _Associate Editor_

The career of Mr. C. W. Veysey, Manager H.B.C. Wholesale, Winnipeg, furnishes an excellent example of the Company's appreciation of, and reward for, faithful service and ability to apply one's business acumen in the Company's interests.

[Illustration: C. W. VEYSEY, Esq.

_General Manager, Wholesale Department_]

_A Nova Scotian Who Early Came West_

Born in the little town of North Sidney, Nova Scotia, of English parentage, Mr. Veysey was privileged to spend the first years of his life in that country and community which produced so many of the leading business men now in the West.

When he was thirteen his parents decided to move to British Columbia. They arrived in Vancouver in October, 1888.

A few years spent at the west end and Central Schools, Vancouver, brought Mr. Veysey to that stage where he decided that it was about time he was learning to paddle his own canoe.

_Began Business Life in B.C. Refinery_

The B.C. Sugar Refinery was the scene of his first labors, given in exchange for what at that time seemed the magnificent remuneration of $12 per month, with the promised reward of an increase to $15 in three months, providing the service he rendered was satisfactory to his employer.


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