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I IS LABOR COUNCIL TRIES TO SETTLE WAGE DISPUTE Delegates Meet Deputy Minister in Endeavor to Bring About Settlement representative of the Winnipeg anJ Labor council met A. MeCiillivmy, deputy minister of labor, today In an endeavor to ura tettltDieiit of a dispute be i tween the management of the Mid i West Shoe Maruifaetuting 1 0 Lombard and 11 employes wlio are reported to be locked out. The council speaking on be half or the newly organized loeal of the Boot and Shoe Makers' union, outlined the and left the matter with the department of labor. The trades council took action following a meeting Tuesday night when J. E.
Graham, secretary of the council, reported on the situa tion which developed several weeks ago. He stated that the manage ir.ent of the Mid West Co. had refused to come to an amlcablo agreement with the employes. The question of wages for piecework on a contract was the contentious Issue. Union Organized According to Mr.
Graham, who has been working with R. Hewitt and J. Winning on the matter for some time, the employes objected to a 10 percent reduction on piece 1 work for the large shoe contract. I Several of the workers went on strike about two weeks ago. The i organization Into a union followed.
Negotiations with S. R. Franklin, president of the company led to his consent to split the reduction to 0 percent, with the specifications that It should stay In effect until Jan. 31. By that time, It was ex plained, the employers would de cir how the plan waa working.
Mr. Graham reported that this did satisfy the men who demand ed that the five percent reduction remain in effect for the life of the present contract. The company re lueed to co this, Mr. Graham said. The council told Mr.
Franklin to try and arrange an agreement with his men by last Saturday noon. Efrortj of the employes to meet Mr. Franklin were ignored, accora ing to Mr. Graham's report. The result was an ultimatum Issued by the council which gave the company until Tuesday to arrange terms or the council would go to the epartment of labor.
Mr. Franklin's answer to this, Mr. Graham said, was to fire five employes on Monday and several more "on Tuescay. He stated that some other employes went out In sympathy. The situation now was a lockout, the management refused to accept the terms of the union employes, he explained.
Says Statement Insecurity The council passed a motion that the committee meet the department of labor to attempt a suitable agreement by means of a conciliation board if necessary. Mr. Franklin, when questioned en the matter today, made the following statement: "The statement that there has been a reduction In wanes it inaccurate. What was actually done was that we accepted an order for a low priced shoe for which it was Impossible to pay as much per pair piecework as we pay our emploves on our better quality shoes which sell for a much higher price. "In addition to thl difference In our selling price, the low priced shoe in all operations, Is much easier to make, therefore much quicker to produce, which allows each operator to make as much monev or more per hour on the low priced shoe as on our regular Mr.
Franklin explained his stand on refusing to come to terms with the union, stating that It was impossible for him to accept the terms demanded. He stressed the fact that there had been no wage reduction in the plant, but only a slight decrease of rates paid for piecework on the one ebfe being pioduced for the large contract WALKER SAT. MATINEE DEC. 29 FREE Child's Ticket THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER Thl ticket ll, onft pilule tvr ool vhV.i KRKJC hftt a rro munnied by fit, on tililicl admitted fr'f with rmi nrl'il'. Ticket; Winnipeg ano Co.
1 49I today JACK BEWNY Th She That Ever th) Oc jn, I ROYAL WEDDING PICTURES Byra Heads St. Joseph's Fraternal Aid Society Jan Hyra was elected president of the St. Joseph's Fraternal Aid society at the annual meeting of the body held Sunday In the parish hall, 837 Magnus ave. Progress during the year was reported and official thanks extended by the meetmc to members of the retiring executive. Officers electeil, In addition to Mr.
Byra. were: Vice president, Jan Ostafi: recording secretary, William I'fTjewicz; financial secretary. Jan Borusrynskt: treasurer. K. Kowdlskl; chaplain.
Rev. Father F. Zielonka; board of control, isota, A. Skotnicki, J. Ziemski; sick benefit committee, B.
dimiM, J. Kngan. A. Kalata. L.
Kulesza, W. Dtiplak. Mrs. S. Millnrka.
Mrs. P. Zamiewlcz, Mrs. S. Lnsotn, Mrs.
A. Skotulcka and Mrs. J. Grela: entertainment committee, J. Belz, B.
Chmiel. F. Kacan, A. Zapotocxr.y, Snrder. A.
Skotnicki. Mrs. M. Mis. S.
I.asota. Mrs. K. Puplak. Mrs.
J. Gawionska. Mrs. G. Ziemka.
Mrs A. Skotnicki and Mrs. M. Zatuska. Marshall, T.
Knit; assistant A. Kalata: standard bearer, I Kulesza: assistants, L. Pnidrr and J. Klepacz: curator, J. Pulawski; stage manager.
J. Ostafi; door guard, M. Czarkow ski; librarian, F. Stochmal; assistant librarian, J. Ziernskl.
TODAY (Adult) PAT O'BRIEN And ANN DVORAK IN Sell Anything' Added Attraction 2 Reel Comedy Radio's Star LOU HOLTZ 12 to 2 2 to 6 Eve, 15c 25c 35c FREE TODAY ENGLISH DINNERWARE A LARGE DINNER PLATE Double Feature Program (Adult) Sir Cuy Standing udith Allen "THE WITCHING HOUR" and An All Star Cait in "SAMARANG" BEACON MAIN IT. AT RUPERT, PH. 7 (1 FREE! LADIES TODAY AFTERNOON EVENINC ENGLISH DINNERWARE SUGAR BOWL TODAY Double Program Today AduI1 Evelyn Venibls Kent Taylor "DOUBLE DOOR" Paul Lukat Wynne Gibson "I GIVE MY LOVE" Adulta to 7 p.m. 15C E.gi. 25 1 1CUS VAUDEVILLE 12 HIGH CLASS ACTS 12 Auditorium, Dec.22 Jan.l 2.30 TWICE DAILY 8.30 TICKETS NOW SELLING 17 1S5 PHONE 37 15 WINNIPEG PIANO CO.
HUDSON'S BAV COMPANY (Information Dek L9J HByul Rorktd (Aoultf 3 Not a news reel shot but a complete circus iTTTiisfTBif rff II 13 IS reel in which vou hear the voices ot ths Duke and Ducheis Hit No. 2 The Loui 'l a ilatrt II Li A DEATH ON TH SPENCER DIAMOND with Marina Evcin THUAV Start 11.20 a.m. TRACY KETTI GALLIAN Commc "Babes in Toyland" em Last Complete Show 8 05 p.m. I GEO. PFT In LECE I "LI ME HOUSE THM'1 I BLUES ID EAN HARLOW I Adult) FRANCH0T TONE "Cirl Erom Missouri" Pitts Summervills "Their Bin Moment" JOE PENNER ENNER COL RMY Spencer Tracy lack Oaki in "looking For Trouble" Warren William "Dragon Murder Case" Leslie "Of Human Charles "Murder Howard Bondage" in in a Private Car" (Adult) THE WINNIPEG EVENING TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1934 LAUREL HARDY FEATURE HEADS CAPITOL DOUBLE are beard from the opening to the fade out and offer music and songs that will thrill everyone.
Tbe clever antics of Laurel and Hardy amid these cay tunes, makes this a never to be forgotten musical treat. Children end adults will delight with Bo Peep, Santa Claiis. King Cole, Red Riding Hood, Little Boy Blue and many others as they retell some of fiction's most lovable stories. Plenty of whimsical corned and astoundlug adventure find their place amid the picturesque streets of Toyland where the plot of the tale takes place. The entire production Is ladened with clever acting, beautiful singing, and stirring music.
Two hundred bogeymen from the land where bad little children go, form ar. important part in the outcome of the picture. An exciting sequence, shows the defeat of these fearful forces by tho two stars and the inhabitants of the Kingdom of Toyland John Ersklne's best selling novel of college life, is brought vividly and dramatically to the screen In Bachelor of Arts." It tells of a college romance between a young 1 vSorA 7 II Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy arj sure to provide plenty of sidesplitting laughs In the roles of Stanley Dnm and Oliver Dee In "Babes In Toyland." the picturiza tlon of the Victor Herbert operetta, which opens at the Capitol theatre Friday. The production is a re llrfitful fantasy and brings to life on the screen all the weil known Mother Goose characters in a rand story. Charlotte Henry, who played Alice In "Alice In Wonderland," has the leadiijg feminine role an" according to critics gives a delightful and fascinating performance.
The second feature on the double bill bring Tom Brown and Anita Louise in "Bachelor of Arts." a true story of college life, with Henry B. Walthall, Mae Marsh and Stepin Fetchit in the featured roles. Both releases combine to make a swell Christmas gift in show fare from this popular down town theatre. Victor Herbert's magic melodies LYCEUM LAST MARY CARLISLE and PHILLIPS HOLMES in "MILLION DOLLAR RANSOM" CARV FftACi LMAKt LADIES SHOULD LISTEN" FEATURE NO. 2 (Adult) DIANA WVNYARO lo "ONE MORE RIVER" yit ut Apr PLAY SCREENO TONITE TURKEYS AMONC PRIZES COLLEGE AT CHURCH FRANK MOROAN BINNEV BARNES In 'THERE'S ALWAYS TOMORROW' FEATURE NO.
2 (Adult) "HERE COMES THE CR00M" TODAY (Adulti 10c, 15c 25c DINNERWARE 18M. Gold Border TO LADIES TODAY SHE TURNED HER BACK ON LOVE ON 30 Minutes of Mirth, THE Magic, Mystsry WILSON THE MAGICIAN A. COMPANY Preientiofl NEW SPECTACULAR ILLUSIONS CHINESE, i DU AND INDIAN MAQIC Also THE CHINESE DEATH CELL" SATURDAY BUCK JONES SSSV I fitomvi WLTX I CAHV CHANT FfiANCE.4 IjrtAKfe I I "LADIES SHOULD LISTEN" I TIMES TODAY CHESTER MORRIS and MARION NIXON in "EMBARRASSING MOMENTS" FIRST WINNIPEG SHOWINC "THE RETURN OF BULLDOG DRUMMOND" "SAPPER GREATEST STORY Mat. Today 1 p.m. 25(J to .10 (Adult) LAST TIMES TODAY "CHU CHIN CHOW" GAY.
GORGEOUS ENTERTAINMENT (General) ADULTS OPEN 6 P.M. ANYTIMECwC TOMORROW "CIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST" SCfWffS'S FBEE PARK I NO AND HEAT PLUOS LAST TIMES TODAY (Adult) WARNER BAXTER "AS HUSBANDS CO" GERTRUDE MICHAEL "Notoriout Sophie Lang" SPENCER TRACY JOHN BOLESj "BOTTOMS UP" Cut Class to the Ladies L.t Show 30 Use Tribune Want Ads. for tjuick Results rrnvjxm. HI! ft Wjj kV 1 i girl, working her way through college as a cashier and a happy go lucky student, whose father Is a millionaire. Their romance during the hard knocks of school life Is to amid a riot of laugh sequences A Gift of Health A SEASON'S PASS WINNIPEG SKATING 7 Skating I RINK $7 Every Evening Phone 30 838 ADULTS OC ANY TIME C3B LAST TIMES TONIOHT OPEN (.30 LAST FEATURE 10.11 2 BIG FEATURES 2nd Winnipeg Showing Clive Brook Diana Wynyard "LET'S TRY AGAIN" Starts at 7.50 and 10.l RUTH CHATTERTON "JOURNAL OF CRIME" Starts at (.00 (Adult) 7H TTIT CUT CLASS ldj TABLEWARE TO LADIES T0NICHT or Fully Stamped Coupons for Mayonnaise Bowl Redeemed THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Stuart Erwin Roehelle Hudson "BACHELOR BAIT" Pit O'Brien Bette Davit "Bureau of Missing Persons'" JACK BUCHANAN THAT'S A OOOD CIRL" SJETTE DAVIS DONALD WOOD 'FOG OVER FRISCO'' (Adult) FREE CUT CLASS TO LADIES JAS.
GLEASON, EDNA MAY OLIVER "MURDER ON THE BLACKBOARD" ROBERT MONTGOMERY FUGITIVE LOVERS" (Adult) FREE CUT GLASS TO LADIES or Fully Stamped Coupons for Butter Dish Redeemed OTTO (VHUCfcR KAREN MORLEY "CRIME DOCTOR" (Adult) Ralph Morgan Heather Angel Norman Foaler: "ORIENT EXPRESS" FREE CUT CLASS TO LADIES CLIVE CROOK DIANA WYNVARD "WHERE SINNERS MEET" HERBERT MARSHALL, MAY ROBSON "SOLITAIRE MAN" (Adult) FREE CUT CLASS TO LADIES or Fully Stamped Coupons tor Butter Dith Redeemed I dltrtHtmaa "(Sift unnMttnttfi" 1 fssnssiwsjsss I svx tirr LET TOl'R OLD GOLD TAKE CARE OF XMAS BUYING Tou will ohtain full weight, full value, plus premium, from tbe Dominion Gold Refininn Co. 40S McArthur Bldg. 211 PortaBa Ave. Fuller Brushes SPECIAL PRirfcS FOR XMA8 Wtr not do your Xniu prift se'ecUnf In the comfort of your home? FULLER 8HOWLR. COMPLtTE, ONLY SI.
79. Complets Set of Pereonal and Housebold THK FLO.LCR BRUSH CO. 311 Power Bids. Pb 1M 35c TIRE ASH TRAY 35c Or a Tire For Hla Car FRANK WATSON Tlrea and Vulcanltlnir IM GRAHAM AVK. (Ker of Tribune) XMAS SHOPPERS Why Dot come and have a good eup of lea? Cup reading by Mra.
Glilaaon (no waiting). THE DELPHI TEA ROOM 470 Portage. Phona 33 TiS. Bt'LOVA WATCHES. ROGERS' BILVER ware can be purchased aa low aa JO centa per week.
People's Credit Jewellers Ltd. Open Evenings. 304 Kensington Bldg. GIVE HER A COimCK AT THE MAL colm rreBTiaking and Millinery School, which will enalile her to make her linng anywhere In the world Hand knitting done and fancy novettiea of ail descrlptlona lor aale. S18 Portage.
BAVEK Tt'HK 8KATVR AND BOOTS COMPLKTK OUTKITS. 2.49 TO S4.5U Tvery Pair Ouaranteed. SELLER'S S4 POKTAOB AVE. OIVB HFR ROSFS WF WILL TAKE YOL'R ORDER NOW FOR DKLIVKRY XMAS EVK. ROVATZOS f'UWKR SHOP.
30 NOTRE DAME AVE. PH. 94 804. OIVE HER A COURSE IN DESIGNING the Winnipeg lirerjraaking and Hll linery Schawl K.taMiahed 1SO0. 415 Winnipeg Piano Bldg.
Ph. 26 2H. Rea. 42 211 ON Chy.DIT Fulova Watches. Silverware.
Ciocke. Jewellery, at nationally, advertised cx th prtcea. No extra charges. Ph. Allen.
21 4J5. PEE OUR BIO VALVE" IN WAlchea Jewelry and Noveltiee. Cutler'a Jewerv Store, 414) Ponaid (juat BorUi of Portage). LAI'RA SECORD CANDIES Mall or pbone your order now for Xlrai delivery to McGregor'a Drug Store. 44 WHY.
NOT C.IVB HXR A COURSE IN Dresrmaklng? a gift that la permanent. 407 Keuaicgton Bldg. Phona 8u too. GET TUB LATEfT POPULAR Mt'FIC hita and folloa frttm llarKarel Toohei alu'ia Supply. 2J Carlton St.
THE ADVERTISER WOULD APPRECIATE your mamtonlng that you aaw hla adver llfement la The Tribune when you auswer announcement. that are sure to pleas everyone. Stepin Fetchit is excellent as the servant In the fraternity house. CHAS. FARRELL BfcTTK DAVIS "The Big Shakedown" Alio ORACIE FIELDS (Adult) 'love.
Life and Laughter Adult' 15c M't. And Evenirga MAIN ST. SAT LOGAN. PH. It 44 Elisu Landi David Manners "WARRIOR'S HUSBAND" Frances Dee Cens Raymond COMINC OUT PARTY" (Adult) Beautiful "BREATH OF SPRING' Old Ivory 18 Karat Cold Border DINNERWARE FREE TO LADIES Afternoon and Evening, with 25c admission ticket Every Thurs.
Fri. MATINEE TODAY AT 1 P.M. (Adult) FREE CUT CLASS TO THI LADIES TODAY On the Screen Double Program WARNER BAXTER SUCH WOMEN ARE DANCER0US Alao Nils Aether Gloria Stuart "LOVE CAPTIVE" BIJOU IRENE DUNNE RICHARD DIX "STINCAREE" JIMMY DURANTE (Adult) 'Strictly Dynamite9 Announce the New Arrival The Tribun Invites you to tend birth noticei for pub lication in this column fre All parents have to do is to tend in their notice accompanied by their name and address, and it will appear through one day's edition There Is No Charge For This Service 8 1 Jnr ijrnt GIVE HIM A PROPTRSTON WITH A GREAT FUTURE bf connecting him with Forciti. It elected, he will thoroughly trained fti a radio, aound and televlaion engineer. Forests not only provide a home study course, but alio teach by motion plcturei and give laboittiur; tiaiuiag.
Act promptly and he can receive hii motion picture projector by Christmas. Convenient terms. DE FOREST'S TRAINING, INC. 1207 Union Trust Bldg. Ph.
95 80s. BICYCLES. JOYCYCLES, BOYS WAOONS Dominion Ash Traya. Flashlights Tires Skates and Boo la C. H.
HARNESS, Winnipeg's Leading Bicycle Store. 308 Notre Duna. ps. 89 193. BAUER TUBS SKATES AND BOOTS COMPLETE OUTFITS TO tt.SO Kvery Pair Ouarantead.
SELLERS 346 FORT AGE AVE. FMOKES FOR XMAS ClflARS, CIOAR. ettea, Tobaceoa, tins and holiday wrappers up. The London Tobacco 44? Main at. Ph.
91 OAS. Open to 8 p.m. HIOH GRADB MUSICAL rN8TRUMFNTS. acceaaortei and repaira at reaannable Geo. W.
Paul, CaJt Wpg. SO 879. Metal Bridge Sets, in green, brown, black and red; folding table and four chairs, with upholstered seats and top of backs, $12.95. Fancy Cushions, in silk or satin, all the latest shapes, 12.95 and $3.95. Well Upholstered Footstools, 65c.
Comfortable Ottomans, $6.50. Bridge and Junior Lamps, complete with parchment or silk shades, from $4.50 to $18.50. WILSON FURNITURE, LTD. 352 MAIN STREET Open a Charge Account Pictures, Christmas Cards CALENDARS, ETC Richardson Galleries S3J MAIN STREET. PRONE 81 AT THJC TRIBUNE WANT AD.
COUNTER are Two Free Tlcketa for Mr. Turby, 251 Inglewood at. to ee "Marie Oaiante'' am) "Death on tha Dlunond," at the Capitol Theatre. PASTEL PICTURES CANADIAN BCENERT FtOM $1.00 I The TOURIST PICTURE SHOPPB e4 PORTAGE, Near Arlington WHY NO! OIVB SOMETHING ELECTRl ca. thie time? Toeeterf.
electrl Irona. nana 'ampt. Bo.ir poliehera. etc. Lueh Burka fcietUic, til EOlioa, tU.
to I I i I I I A 3 llne euual Tribune Want Ad euU only 3So for ooa da. Mo for i or Ho for days, PHONE Yours to TI1E TRIBUNE 34S31 Prtvata Exchange open Dally 8 am. till 12 p.m Saturdays 8 am. till 11 p.m Sundays am. till 11 p.m and aak for the departmsat of individual required.
rtiM tiniki I I Bimeatf At tka taut 04 a rudlQc aotlos or cut alfnifioe tlwl bucd raaains douc a an is pM im as uvaruatmaat. BIRTHS Mc KAY To Mr. and Urt A. H. UcKay iKtflkfcB.
McQumrrU), Ulaoedoaa. st St. Bontf ace Hot pita on December IS: a daughter (Etclk Margaret). COUEMAN Born to Mr. and Mm.
W. J. Coleman. Bte. 13.
Lanark Wlnrtl peg, at Oraca Uocpital, on Iecenibcr 17: a daughter. ninTi rmrvM ni tr ta at viftiwisi Hoepital, to Mr. and Mra, R. Ou star eon. ate.
is, Vaughan a daughter (Ctrla Anne). LANGTON At Victoria Hospital. Deo. 18, to Mr. and Mra.
Frank A. Lang ton (nee Agnea Pickeo), 6ie. 22, Kitchener Court: a un. SEYMOUR On Dec. 17, at t.
Bonifara Huepltal, to Mr. and Mra. J. C. 8ey mour, 39 McAdam a daughter.
LANK To Ur. ud Mra. J. B. Lane.
344 Kutland Br. Jamea, at the Genera! Hoepital, IXC. IS: twin bojri. SHnAHER To Mr. and Mra.
D. Shearer, iili Walnut on Dec. 16, at Mleerl. cordis Hospital: a daughter. DEATHS WHITFHEAD.
XMTLY On Iec. 18, 1934. at the homa ot bef nephew W. T. Vivian Whitehead, Wood haven Blvd.
Ht. JamPM. Mrs. Kniiiy Whitehead, of ISO Aubrey In her 72nd year. Funeral nervlce will be held In the Thorn on Mortuary.
Broadway at Purby, Thuriday afternoon, Xec 30. 1934. at 3 clot Interment to take place in tha family p.oi In Elrawood Cemetery. MATHER. THOMAS JOHN On Dec.
17. at the fauitiy residence, Thomas John Mather, agd 77 yean, of 6A9 Valour Road. Funeral will taite place Wednea. day afternoon, at 2. SO o'clock, from the Ciark Ltatherdale Funeral Homa to KU dorian Cemetery.
McPHERSON, EWEN Suddenly on Dm. IS. at Estnerton, Ewen McPhereon, aged years (late of Hi Walnut VuneraJ eervlcea 3 p.m.. Thursday, at the A. B.
Gardiner Funeral Home. 178 Kennedy ft. Interment In tin wood Cemetery. CHRISTIE, MARGARET SYDNEY En tered Into rest on Dec. IS.
Margaret Sydney Chrtitte. 403 Newman aged Al yeart. Funeral eervicet 4 p.m., Thuriday at the A. B. Gardiner Funeral Home.
17ft Kennedy at. Interment In Elm wood Cemetery. MORRIS. EMMA On Dec. 17.
1934, at her lata reaidence, Mra Emma MorTla, of 74ft Valour Road, 'aged 2S yean. Remalni reeling at Mordua Fnnt ral Home, 193 Donald at. Funeral notice later. MORRIS. MARGARET CONSTANCE On Dec.
17, 11131. at tha residence of her parents, 748 Valour Road. Margaret Con. tance Morrti. aaed 5 yeari.
Remain retting at Mordue Funeral Home, 183 Donald it. Funeral notice later. MORRIS, WILUAV On ta. 1T. 134, at tha raild.nca of hla parantt 748 Valour Road.
William In hla 3rd year. Remains renting st Mordua Funeral 183 Donald at. Funeral notice later. XMAS Brightness in the Home is Guaranteed With HYDRO LONG LIFE I AMPS Carton of $1.40 Six Winnipeg Hydro 55 Princess St. Ph.
848 131 GIFTS That Any Motorist Would Appreciate G.M. Anti Freeze CM. Hot Water Heaters Frost Shields Hood Covers GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCT! OT CAN 'vDA, LIMITED G.M.C. TRUCK RETAIL BRANCH 13S Fort BU Phona 171. LIVE STORAGE la Our CentrallT Located Garage LOW RATES COMPLETE MOTOR IEXVICX Alao Tires Oils Greases Anti Freeze Auto Heaters Winnipeg Motors 216 Fort St.
Phone 94 037 If You Are Shopping for GOOD U3ED CARS EC THEM AT CONSOLIDATED MOTORS LTD. (Cherrolet and Oldamoblla Oaalara) 235 Main St. Ph. 92 716 8 iHturrllaurous THB MAKE RIGHT FURNITURE CO. Baby carrlMea repaired, re ttred.
enalra re caned, carpet awetpera repaired. 37 ttt. BRIDGE TABLES, CHAIRS. CARDS ranted. Phon PlcJuea, il Ji.
DEATHS DAV7SOH. MATHILDA ANTfTX Oa Ir 17, aoniniu. an. lUtaJM Ann: Davtion, widow of th leu ChtrlM wr Ham PiyIrob (formerly of thla city sa4 TT fairs. Funaral sorrters 1 4' Tnuradsy, st tha A.
B. Oardlnr FMnaral Homa. ITS Krnnodr at l.i.. mrnt In tin tamlly plot la Crowood GREOO. CAROLINE On Dec.
1. 1S4 at her lata reiidenct, 20 Ronald at rMuriivon Carolina E. (rtg agr S2 yeare. Funeral on Wedneaday. a 130 p.m..
at Mordue Broa. Funera iJ ionaia interment 1 Aeetnlboine Memorial Park Cemetery. FUNERAL DIRECTORS EST. 1879 THB J. TJsomsoini Ca Limit ad BROADWAY at FURBY Efficient, Courteous and Dignified Service TELEPHONE 37 211 FUNERAI DIRECTOR ESTABLISHED MS 841 845 Sherbrook St PHONE 88 607 8 Clarlc Leatherdale jFunrral Home 232 Ksnnsdy 8.
Phon. 27 til Reaidoncs W209 FUNERAL HOME 183 Donald St Ph. 22 188 Courtaoua Canfm Attaotloa SEDAN AMBUULNCE 'A3. FUNEIRAJL HMl LAROR CHAFCL. PtPB OROAN INDIVIDUAL RKPOSI.NO ROOMS INTIMATE SERVICE PARLORS J71 KENNEDY ST.
PHONE UU4 FUNERAL CHAPEL. LTD. Hi DONALD AT BROADWAY PHONE 23 515 FLORAL DESIGNS til Donald st. S7. ST T1.
Pioirars Wlrs Victor Scott. XmiMs Tree Liglhtiinig 16 LIGHT S) aa fv FLASHING SET ZoiLW 8 LIGHT SET WREATHS Silk Chenille J. J. We have a complete assortment cf all Electrical Orna ments and Accessories for lighting your Christmas Tree. WINNIPEG ELECTRIC CO.
POWER BLDO. FORT AOS AVE. 904 321 904 322 904 324 Tike Best Book MAKES He Best Gaff! BIBLES and TESTAMENTS In many atylea of type ant binding and In many languagea. British Foreign Bible Society "BIBLE HOUSE" 1S4 Alexander Winnipeg. Scripture Christmas Cards, Text Cards, Calendars AHD A VARIETY OR NOVELTIES.
ALL SCRIPTURE Phone 93 949, or Call WRITE FOR CATALOGUE We carry Scrlptuoa only. No ethaf hooka XMAS SPIRIT Call 27933 FOR A ana fill ft with your CAST OFF CLOTHINO. SHOES. ETC. One bag ot clothing gtvea react to a family for ooa day.
CANADIAN GOODWILL INDUSTRIES 70 PRINCESS STREET THE HOME The Happiest and the Warmest Christmas is Spent in a Homo That Belongs to You. Sea thaaa Rea. Eelala Anna (or prlcaa oa) bomea la aH parte at tha city. AK1NS WALLACE LTD. W.
J. KENT M. D. SELBY A. R.
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