The Winnipeg Tribune 23 April 1930

"Mr. Wilson" is probably Lylie Belle Wilson, wife of Herbert Wilson of Wilson Engraving Co.

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The Winnipeg Tribune 23 April 1930 - SUBSCRIPTION SENT TO HELP : WM. WHITCOMB Letter...
SUBSCRIPTION SENT TO HELP : WM. WHITCOMB Letter Exprettet Opinion Something Should be Dona To Aid Drag CUrk Expressing th opinion that some thing should be done to help William Whltcomb, the drug clerk who wa critically wounded when he defied a bandit who held up the store In which he was working, and who la still In th hospital, L. B. Wilson, of the Wilson Engraving Co., has for warded $10 55 to The Tribune for the Whltcomb fund. The money was subscribed . by . friends and well wishers of the young drug clerk. Mr. Wilson's letter follows: "I hand you herewith $10.55, being money which has been collected from various friends and well - wishers wishers wishers of Mr. Wm. Whltcomb, now' seriously seriously Hi In the hospital. "Anoarentlv there appears to have been nothing done to aid Mr. Whlt comb to cover his liabilities, and we know that ha cannot pay the ex - Dense himself. l "In fact we think that something should be done to help Mr. Whltcomb Whltcomb to cover his exnenses. "If you feel like printing; this In your paper ws can aasure you that it will receive hearty endorsatlon. "From his many frienda around the neighborhood. ' 2 - . To In

Clipped from The Winnipeg Tribune23 Apr 1930, WedPage 3

The Winnipeg Tribune (Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada)23 Apr 1930, WedPage 3
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  • The Winnipeg Tribune 23 April 1930 — "Mr. Wilson" is probably Lylie Belle Wilson, wife of Herbert Wilson of Wilson Engraving Co.

    Leah – 30 Mar 2013

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