The Winnipeg Tribune from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on September 10, 1949 · Page 26
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26 THE WINNIPEG TRIBUNE, Sat.. Sept. 10. 1949 i BIRTHS EDMONDS Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Td - mondi are happy to announce the birth of their son (Peter George) on September 9. IP - tf. at the Winnipeg General Hospital, ESSELMONT Mr and Mr. R. S. Es - selmont. 8 Home Street, trie Laura Barker. are happy to announce the birth of their on. tire - eorv Rov on September 7, at General Hospital. HICKS Mr. and Mrs. txuf Hlcki ui.iih biufl. Man. n . - ... i ii - llams) are hsppy to announce the birth of their son David Walter at Portage la traine wnerai 3 DEATHS (Continued from preceding Column pital on sepi 7 lo. 4 ox. MITCHELL Dr. and Mrs. James R ' SHFPAKD. Clarence Day On September 8. 1949, at th Winnipeg General Hospital, Clnrenre Day, beloved husband of May Shenard, of 10 Amherst Street. sued 78 years. Funeral service 2 p.m. Saturday In the St. Luke's Anglican Church Interment In the St. Johns Cemetery. Arrangements In care of the A. B. Gardlners Funeral Home. STEINHAl'ER, Adam On September 8. 1SHH. at St. Joseph Hospital, Adam Steinhauer, aged 61 years, late of 574 Mountain Ave. Funeral service 2 p.m. Monday in Bardal Funeral Home, Sherbrook and William. Burial in BrookslUe Cemetery. Tn memoriam 4 IN MEMORIAM (Continued fiomPreceuing Column) PASKIEWICZ In loving memory of our dear daughter and sluer .i3le, who passed away September loth 1SM5. No one knows how much we miss you, No one knows the bitter pain. We have suffered. Since we lost you Life has never been the same, In our hearts your memory lingers Sweetly tender, fond end true. There Is not a day, dear daughter and sister, That we do not think of you. Kver remembered by Mum and Dad. Nellie, Ted, Adeline, Derek, Joyce and Johnny. CARD OF THANKS 10 "LOST (Continued from Preceding Column) LARGE REWARD Child's Pet Small Black Spaniel PUPPY With Streak Under Chin Phone 61 072 PAIK OF Sl'N GLASSES WITH SPK - ciul lense, shell rim In bluck leatherette luse on hlghwav between Clear Lake and Neepuwa, Via Worgate Ph. o2 1W3, evga 51)3 44j. STRAYED FROM 1135 DUDLEY AVE. Smail Drown and white Spitz Terrier dog. License No. 612, tagged with name and address on collar, small IVERSON, - We wish to extend our ard. 19 CARDEN SUPPLIES DUTCHY Wpg's. Largest Sod Dealer Special This Week No. 1 Black Earth June uiass Sod Uelivel 12c yd. Field tic - lOc yd. Good Road Short Haul Sodding, Seeding, Designing Sod laid 3()c yd. and up. Over 20 yrs. service & satisfaction. Ph. S3 810. 21 DANCINC, SOCIAL (Continued irom Preceding Column I DANCE SHEET MUSIC, RED RIVF.R Jig. Asslnlbolne Lullaby with waltz instructions :0c each. Postage free. Mulligan Cash Grocery, 81 lna:el jt , Winnipeg. 26 PERSONAL (Continued from Preceding Column) Thursdays & Saturdays THE NORMANDY HARRY MARTIN AND HIS SUNNY BOYS heartfelt thanks and appreciation for SN AKESKIN BAG NATURAL I.OST the acts or Kinuness, messages ui HU0Ut 3 3u Friday In Batons. ia tor 174 Wlldwood Park, are happy to nwniTil In lovlne memory of our sympathy and beautiful f oral otrer - ; lurll,Iai expensed In purse. Keys, Par - innounce the birth of their d"Sh - BROIGH - In loung m received from our kind fr ends ker pen. 'Reward. Ph. 593416. 130 f - r sn,n on Seotember 9. 1SM9. m"ln.?.r 7."V, P""14 "I1""' ., n(. ehbun during our recent lie - ! 1 rmr av ai me winning wi .i.i.u SEGGELEN Mr and Mrs G. Van Seggelen (nee Pat Richardson) are happy to announce the birth of a daughter (Sharon Ann) September 6 11)49 at the St. Boniface Hospital. Both doing well. DEATHS BEATTIE', Joseph On September 9, 1949, at St. Boniface Hospital, Joseph, beloved husband of Christina Beanie, Ste. 23 Alma Apts., aged bi years. Funeral service 2:45 p.m. Monday In Mordue Bros. Funeral Home, Broadway and Edmonton. Interment In Bruokside Cemetery, BETSWORTH, Samuel Butler On August 31, 1949, at Vancouver, B.C., Samuel Butler, beloved hus - hunri of Anna Betsworlh. aged 75 years. Interment was made In the Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Vancouver, B.C. on September 6, 1949. CLARKE, Thomas On September 9, 1949, at Miserlcordia Hospital, Thomas Clarke, beloved father of Elsie Margaret Clarke. 313 Cumberland St., Tn his KMth year. Funeral service Monday at 4 p m. In Mordue Bros. Funeral Home, Broadway and Edmonton. Interment in the plot, SL John's Cemetery, CONNELL, James Walter On September 8, 1949, at the residence of his son. Ingram Connell. 11 Rox - ville, Leaside, Toronto. James Walter Connell, aged 71 years, widower of the late Elizabeth .e ( Remains resting at Trull Funeral Home, North onge, Toronto. Funeral service to be helu Saturday afternoon with Interment In Brant - ford, Ontario. m EDSTROM, Olaf On September 9, "A. Rest." Ixwingly remembered by her fam ily. reavemeni in me loss ui our ucmvru son and brother. We especially wish LIGHT BROWN MONGREL SCOTCH U thank Rev. Thaln. Dr. 0 11 v e r j terrier, male, 6 years. Answers to Waugh and doctors and nurses of (Tlrnmy) on Hraemar Ave., Norwood, nerai iiusmuu mm wish to thank the the Winnipeg General Hospital and Labor Day. Please Phone 205 403. pallbearers, we T. Eaton Co. for the use of their CHURCHILL In loving memory of, cars. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Jverson. Lorne cnurcnui, wnu whs mnuvtii ally killed on sept Deep in our neani WALLACE NURSERIES LIMITED, Island Park, Portage la 1'ralrle M - .n Hardy Manitoba Grown Fruit trees, small fruits, ornamental and S'l.ade trees, Windbreaks, Conifers, Flowering shrubs, Roses, Hedges, and Perennials. Illustrated catalogue f tc. n6TiBLACKTOP" SOIL, fl.50 SQ. vri.. fine lawn dresslne. $2. sa vd.. clean sod. 15 cents sq. yd., earth fill S3 load, cinders Jl.2.1 sq. yd., gravel $3. sq, yd., cream flagstone special 5,3.7a cu. ya. f none j otu. GARDENS PLOWED, ALSO LAND plowed around new homes, or any amount of .and. anywhere, anytime, at any price. 30 years plowing ex - perlence. Just call 592 516. DITCH FIE ill) SON - SODDING seeding, Bolls Fertilizer. Ploughing, Rolo Tilling Trees removed, pruned DANCE TONIGHT A R AGON Tune in CJOB 10.30 every night. 23 BILLIARDS, BOWLING BRUNSWTCKE - BALKE COI. LENDER Co. or Canada Ltd., m Artnur si. Phone 29 077 24 COAL, COKE, WOOD with power saw. 7'.'8 013 35 269 J. 11. FROM LANDSCAPE GARDENEM CHILD'S PET - SMALL BROWN MALE Labi iilor Pup. Mew Collur. West End. Ph 7'J1 KflJ. ember 11. 1918. sCOTT Y" ws? 10 extend our .grate. ;!,.,...,.,,, - nnnAr - nir u r n v soddlnii. sod delivered 22c oer yd, you are fondly i f"l thanks anil anpiecmion 'or.lnJ , vuBhan Fatons Sentl - lbiack earth and dressing. garden ' imany acts of kindness, niessages of ;bit in JL.,AvK maiiin. trees pruned or removed Pr 22147. 902 Logan Ave. JT hi! uv memories cling 'round 'sympathy and beautiful floral offcr - jmenlal vaiue. Kewara. rn. 8 'r nS ro 1 trigs, received from our kind friends LARGE SUM OF MONEY DOWN BURROUGHES & WATTS (CANADA) Ltd. 304 Notre Dam. Phone 22 066. BOOK YOUR ODER NOW! We will store vour coal and deliver when vou want It. Dealers In better grades of coal and coke. D. D. WOOD Gr SUNS LTD Arlington & Ross. Ph. 87 3089. Warming Winnipeg Homes Sinie "821 YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT LITTLE GALLERY HEADQUARTERS FOR PICTURE FRAMING AND rKAMfcD flJl Ultimo Expert Artists Reasonable Prices. Winnipeg's Art Centre 317 KENNEDY ST. 26 PERSONAL (Continued from Preceding Column) MEN LACK PEP? FEEL Weak? Exhausted? Nervous? Half alive? Take "GOLDEN WHEAT GERM OiL CAPSULES." Helps In toning up the system lor people whj refuse lo age before their lime, 100 capsules J2; 300 - $5. Hudson's Hav, all drug stores, or mailed or delivered direct from GOLDEN DKI 'JS, St. Mary's at HargrayePh925 902: UNITY HOME OF TRUTH 1149 Main Centre open for private interviews dally from 12 to 4 p.m. Friday 12 to 9.30 p.m. Noon silence daily for prosperity and world peace. Through love and perseverence we shall nave peace. REMODELLING YOUR HOME? GOOU arpentry service, cabinet, basement, verandah, side waik, plnstet ing. RSAKjioNSrRUlON.JhJJJ00. BASEMENT AND FOUNDATION 1 RE - ualrs. concreto (loots and sidewalk. General repairs. iSpreadbur uonwe Pile Co. t raser. rn. u w. PIANO SINGING, VIOLIN, r IAINU LOCUTION, PHAC, RMS. S1UNN CONSERVATOR Y I'llSU 1 279 PA"pVirrTN(:iN(i. PAINTING INT. & OLD?, Ext. nood work Ai mils Rcas. prices. Est. free. Godfrey. 921402. Tr o - .. ii invi vou In death the husband and father we especially ? Al.wa.? 1 y , thank the CP.R, local 479 pipe fitters Reward. 34 213. i.'V:f remembered by his father, and plumbers also pallTjear ers. Mrs. j LADY'S GOLD WATCH LEROY MAKE. BLACK EARTH, SANDY LOAV LEAF mould, lawn dressing, lawn repair. flag stones. J. Y omniervuie, 5 t. or. Isabel and William. Wm Churchill, brother tan anu ,ncu m " w. sisters Ida and Erma. CLARKE In loving memory of our dear husband and father Samuel Charles Clarke who passed away September 10, 1948. The flowers we place upon his grave, may wuiici aim unj MONUMENTS SEE LO'NS FINE MEMORIALS Winnipeg' Leading Memorialists. LO'NS STONE WORKS LTD But the love for him who sleeps ,34 ST. MARY'S ROAD. PH. SOI 995. oeneam. Will never fade away. Ever remnnueied by his wife, daughter, son - In - law and grandchildren. GOODING In loving memory of ouri Min st dear father Bertram ooouing, wno ir " passed away September 11, 1945. What would I give to clasp his hand, His happy face to see. To hear his voice and see his smile That meant 10 much to me. Always rememDered by his daughter and son - in - law Hazel and BerL 1949, at the St. Boniface Hospltal,Al ln the 5,our he passed away KASIAN In loving memory of Walter Albert Kaslan, who passed away Sentember 11. 1948. Sad and sudden was the call, So sad v missed dv one ana an. His memory is as dear toduy Olaf Edstrom. aged 90 years, late of Manor Hotel. Funeral Service 2 p.m. Tuesday ln the Bardal Funeral Home, Sherbrook and William. Burial In the Brookslde Cemetery. McFAOTEN, Charles Holmes Suddenly on September 7. 1949 In Winnipeg. Charles Holmes, beloved husband of Hazel Marguerite Mc - Fadyen, of 2b3 Waverley Street, aged 60 years. Funeral service 4 p.m. Saturday ln the First Presbyterian Church. Interment ln Elm - wood Cemetery. Arrangements In care ot A. B. Gardinera Funeral Home, - Ever remembered bv his wife Mary. and Daughters, Sophia, Olga, and Elsie. I H. BROOKE & SONb MEMORIALS Bole Distributors of Importrd ROCK u uranue pnone 923 eia. J. o. BRU.NET PLAIN ARTISTIC Monuments. 405 Bertrand Street. East of De Meurons Phone 202 448. BLAK cord bracelet. Reward. Phone tti3 276. ONE STERLING MARQUISE drop earring. Phone 38 o! 2. 9A FLORISTS Hobbs The Florist 403 GRAHAM (Opp. Med. Arts) PHONE 923 613. Fred's Flowers OUR NEW LOCATION, NOW 5S5 Edmonton SL Ph. 924 040 STEAM CINDERS. LAWN DRESSING B earth, sodding and seeding, lime A flagstone. Trees and hedges trim med anu taken out, w. j. uitr. wd SPECIAL LAWN D R E S S I N G screened, $2 per yd. Special mixture of soil for seeding $2 per yd. C. Land 62 471. GENUINE GEM EVERBEARING strawberries, now a the Mme to plant. 203 Elmhurst Rl. Varsity View. CINDERS, SOIL, LAWN DRESSING, ?; aril en manure, rilling, sodding - en - ng & sod for sale. Thompson, 29 210. STEAM - CINDERS FOR SALE. PH. 26 944. 16 LIVESTOCK, PETS. SUPPLIES LARSEN'S MEMORIAL 1801 Notre Dame Ave. Ph. 80 616. SPRANGE A SONS. 316 COLONY ST (Opp. The Bay) Phone 93 556. FUNERAL DIRECTORS C0UTU FUNERAL HOME 156 Marion St. Phono 2018H2. 201453 BARKER'S FUNERAL CHAPEL LTD Air Conditioned Throughout 124 Donald Street. Phone 924 900. MITCHELL, Ann Fisher R.N. On September 8, 1949, at the Deer Lodge Hospital, Ann Fisher Mitchell K.N. or Kooiin oouievaru. CLARK LEATHESDALE Fl'NERAc . 1 Home. Air - cooled Chapel. 2.12 Ken KONCHLK, In loving memory of our nedy Pfu 925 494. iUa 208 bib. 6169o. Konchuk who passed away September 10. 194H No one knows how much we miss you, .u uiic niiowa iiir uittci yam We have suffered. Since we lost you Life has never been tne same. In our hearts your memory lingers, Sweetlv tender, fond and true. There Is not a day, dear sister That we do not mink or you. Ever remembered by her loving Droiner and sisier crnie anu Thelma Laker. THE J. THOMSON CO. WTD. Funeral Chapels, Broadway st Furby. Established 1879 uiai at ui, A B. GARDINER 4 CO.. FUNERAL Home, 178 Kennedy St Phone 3285o7. NEW SHIPMENT LOVELY C 1LL1ES fern. 13., males $6. up. Also Cocker Spaniels. Budgies; Canarlea: New Goldfish: Baby Turtles; Sea Moss; Bird Cages; Aquariums; supplies. RELIABLE BIRD CO. Donald A Cumberland Ph. 29 922. HORSES To Buy or Sell See 1 (Red) Kare old CP R. Stockyards, Higglns Ave.. Winnipeg. 2 blocks North ot Logan and trinity, umcejso uiines. o. jqo. Stock MANHATTAN NOW 0SLER, HAMMOND & NANTON, LIMITED WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS NOW!! GOLDEN PENICILLIN LOZENGES, Colds? Sore Throat? sinus.' inon chitls? Pyorrhea? Soft bleeding Bums? For mouth nealtn. (s.imhi int. units 1 30 for $1.25 100 for $5. Mailed or delivered from OOLDEN DRUGS. St. Mary's at Hargrave. Phone 925 902. All kinds or COAL. COKE Stoker and briquettes. ' Also wood. No. 1 fine poplar subs and birch Power Coal. Wood & Lumber Co, bbf nenry Ave. Ph. 23 964. FOR RENT WALLPAPER STEAMERS FLOOR SANDERS Also edgers and belt Sanders Hippo Oil and Floor Seal for sale. SPALDING EQUIPMENT Ph. 42 739 Day or evening. 21 DANCINC. SOCIAL BIRCH $14.50 long, $16 50 cut POPLAR $12.00 long, $14.00 cut SLABS $13.00 cut PINE $13.00 long, $15.00 cut WOLF MAN FUEL RESIDENCE 54 076. OFFICE 929 9kh COOK'S FUNERAL HOME. Transcona, Man. Phone 6V'. MORDUE BROS. FUNERAL HOM3. Broadway at Edmonton. Phone 927 50. Aqua - Terre Pet Shoppe Goldfish. Turtles, mails. Dog collars, leads, chains, hniRhes and remedies. 510 Portage Ave. Ph. 33 306. TROPICAL FISH Over 40 varieties; tetras; barbs; llve - bearers; cichllds; mouth breeders; also plants, foods, accessories. G. H. Kyn - man, 1102 Winnipeg Ave. Ph. 23 9ti7. KONCHt'K In loving memory of our dear daughter Wlnnlfred Helen Ivy Konchuk who passed away Seotember 10. 1948 Gardlners Funeral 1 Sad and sudden was the call &o ueariy lovea Dy one anu ait tier memory is as sweet tooay As ln the hour she passed away. sne 01a no one a last lareweu. She said goodbye lo none Tne heavenly gates were open wiqe A lovma voice sain "come." We often sit and think of you Charleswood, aged 58 years. Fu neral service 2 13 p.m. oaiuroay In the A. B. Home. 178 Kennedy Street. Inter men t In the Military Plot. Brook - side Cemetery. NEVISON, Norman Arthur Accidentally on Seotember 6. 1949. near Brancepath. Saskatchewan, Nor - mfln Arthur, beloved husband of Ruby Nevison, aged 52 years. Funeral service 2 p.m. (CSTJ in the Emerson United Church. Interment in the Emerson Cemetery. Arrangements In care of the A. B. Gardlners Funeral Home. fcORDGREN, Hannah On September 8, 1949, at the family residence, ' 209 Harbison Avenue, Hannah Nordgren, beloved wife of Alex Nordgren. Funeral service 3.30 p.m. Monday In the Bardal Funeral Home. Sherbrook and William Sts. Interment ln the Elmwood Ceme tery. NUGENT, Norah Agnes On September 7, 1949, at her late residence, 369 Queen Street, St. James, Norah Agnes Nugent, widow ot the late Robert John Nugent, aged 75 years. Funeral aervlce at 2 45 p.m. Monday ln the A. B. Gardlners Funeral Home. 178 Kennedy Street. Interment ln the St. James Ceme tery. PRYTULAK. Alexander On Septenv ber 6, 1949, at the St. Boniface Hospital, Alexander Prytulak, of Alma, Man., aged 80 years. Remains will be forwarded from A. B. Gardiner's Funeral Home, to Alma. Man., for final rites and Interment. SMYTHE, George On September 9. 1949; at Winnipeg. George Smythe. late of the Clarendon Hotel, aged 76 years. Funeral notice later. Arrangements In care of the A. B. Ga'.dlner's Funeral Homp. DFSJARDIN - McGEE Funeral Chapel. 138 Dollard Blvd Ph. 201467 ZAWIDOSKl FUNERAL HOME LTD., Selkirk A Parr Phone n94 911 LANGRILL FUNERAL HOME, SEL - klrk, Man. Ambulance. Phone 202 COCKER SPANIEL PUPS. BLONDS and Blacks, Irom Pure Bred stock. 7 weeks old. Male and female. (10 each. Phone 241 - 2 Klllarney, Man. A. S. BARDAL FUNERAL HOME Sherbrook at William. Phone 27 32t The things you used to say and do I wonder wnv vou had to die. Without a chance to say goodbye. Ever remembered by ner loving Mother and Father, Mr. and Mis. F. J. Laker. McLEAN In loving memory of our dear nusnano and miner cr.inK McLean who passed away September 10 1943 Those whom we love go out of signi, But never out of mind: They are cherished in the hearts Of those they leave behind. Ever remembered by his loving wife and family. L WOOLG AR In loving memory of 5(i our dear sons and brothers Flt.Sgt. Harold, killed In action September 10, 1942, and FO Frank killed Seotember 6. 1943. You cannot say, you must not say That they are dead, they are Just sway. With a cheery imlle, and a wave 01 tne hand They have wandered Into an un known land. And left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be, since they linger there So think of them faring on as dear in tie love ot tnere as tne love 01 here. w Think of them, still as the same and sav: They are not dead. They are Just Mom and Dad and sister Yvonne. (Continued nn Nevt Column KERR'S FUNERAL CHAPEL. QUALITY FUNERAL FURNISHINGS. MEMORIAL FUNERAL CHAPEL. Se 'rk Parr. Phone 594 911. FUNERAL WREATHS Funeral Sprays and WREATHS EXPERTLY DESIGNED RELIABLE SERVICE Dead Stock Removed Fiee PRAIRIE RENDERING CO. Ph. 203744 St. Bonltace DEAD STOCK REMOVED FREE WINNIPEG RENDERING CO. LTD. 204 129 Long Dlst. Chgcs. Paid 56 253 REG AMER. GOLD COCKER PUPS. 3 mos, old. House broken. 522 Lyle - nursi. 2 MALE BLACK COCKER PUPPIES. Phone 82 634. FOR SALE DOG KENNEL SHINGLED A lnsulated.Ph. 61921. PUREBRED TINY TOY BOSTON Bull pup. 3mos. Old. 207 b49. PUREBRED COCKER MALE PUPPY 5 weeks olL Ph. 44J84. REG. PEKS, MALE AND FFMAT.E Trade 1 of different blood. 27 478. 3 2 - 2 DIAL FLOWER SHOP (Main Floor 1 8 - 2 - 2 Hudson's Bay Company ARTISTICALLY ARRANGED Funeral Wreaths and Snrays SAY IT WITH FLOWERS BROADWAY FLORIST 377 Portage Ave. Phone 924 331 10 LOST GRAND RE - OPENING WHIST DRIVE & DANCE SCOTT Memorial Hall Saturday, Sept. 10th Whist 8 p.m. Dance 8:30 p.m. Music By The RHYTHMETTES Dance every Saturday At the AIR CONDITIONED 15 STAIRS BALLROOM 291 Kennedy Street The Beliroom tor discriminate danc ers. Featuring smooth music. Popular Admission TEMPORARILY Closed Monday to Friday EVERY SATURDAY INSIST ON CANADIAN FUEL BRAZEAU BRIQUETTES CANADA'S MODERN FUEL Order from vour dealer now. Order Your Winter Fuel Now! COAL OR FUEL OIL Phone 204 B18 THOMPSON LUMBER & FUEL LTD.. 340 DesMeurons street. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Confidential information and advice to those who are worried about excessive drinking and a planned pro gram or recovery lor nminoucs. write A. A. Asslnlbolne Group. Box 57, Winnipeg KITCHEN CUPBOARDS Custom Built and Repaired House Repairs A Re - mouelllni Sub. contractors for homes It bides. Dure Construction Co. Phone 303 945. Res: 56161 503 607. HARPER FUEL CO. ORDER YOUR coal & wood now. Well seasoned pine and poplar. Phone 929 9Q6. SUPERFLUOUS HAIRS, MOLES, warts permanently removed oy electrolysis also by the new Thermolysis Coates Coleman Inst. (Est. 45 years) do i mm s uiug., u roriagt Ave. rnone 22 aaa. JACK PINE SLABS. DRY $13. PER cord. Ph. 51 112. Evgs. 54 151. 26 PERSONAL LEARN TO DRIVE WITH ' WINNIPEG'S OLDEST ESTABLISHED DRIVING SCHOOL V ictor v anning DRIVING COLLEGE FOR APPOINTMENT CALL - 208 454 POULTRY WIRE. ISO FT. S7.50 ROLL TAYLOR HATCHERY. SH2 FURBY REGISTERED COCKER PUPS. BLACK and blondes. 273 Ronald, St. James. reXlTgood - ba"byT:udgTes! 345 kennedy streev REG COLLIE FEMALE PUP. 2 MOS, old. reas. Ph. 39 819. 17 HAY AND FEED LANDS WANTED ALFALFA HAY & COARSE GRAINS We pay premium prices for choice Alfalfa Hay. 3 C.W. Oats, A feed barley. Feed - Rite Mills Ltd. 21S Henry Ave. Ph. 28 344. WIRE BAITED BARLEY ITrAW. Called for, $12 ton. Lot 69, SL f jrberL MRS. MARTIN'S DANCE ARMY & NAVY HALL YOUNG ST. . MARIE AND JOHNNIE'S OLDTIME AND MODERN OKCIL COOL & PLEASANT Admission .50 George Rowe M.C. OLD TIMERS DANCE 75 FORT STREET Grain Exchange Curling Club Hail saturuay, bepi. jra. CECIL MEYERS. M.C. Macs Orchestra All Welcome 18 FARM PRODUCE LOST J40. VIC. KING AND NOTRE ;BHIp yol,R Er,GS & potTTRY TO: Dame or corner Mall and Portage HOCHM AN PRODUCE (Reward!. Ph. 47 787. 40 King Street fCnptlnilffl on Vert CnltlTM ANDY DE IARLIS returns for old time and modern dancing at the Berry Hall every Sat urday night, Bevry St. Norwo id. Tuxe 57 or 59 car or Tache bus. Listen to CKSU. 7:30 Saturday. RESTMORE BEDDING CO. Mattresses and Spring Mattre' ses, Box Springs, To Ordei, Or RtfbullL Upholstering and Kepa.rp. 383 Nairn Ave. Phone 50') 23. CHOICE ROASTING CHICKENS, Direct from producer 46 rents 10. del. Ph. Willowdule Farm,4U!MjM3 NATIONAL INVESTIGATION CO. "A Complete Detective Service. 209 Mclntvre illuck. Ph. 928 38b. ic vrillP PlIBVArE S.MOft .MiT Cull Cliff Sheet Metal. 502 253. Parti lor all makes or menaces. INKFrT Rodent Exermlnatln Service, ('has Rless & Co. PHONE 33 529 - 372 COLONY of. SMALL JOBS OF PLASTERING, carpentering, and cement work don at night. Ph. 35 226 BVNT A HAnir4 PER MONTrt delivered. Phone 42 334. Evgs. 39 704, jviuAiey s, tzr wbuvoio n - TWN - MiiWERS. KNIVES AND Shears sharpened and fully repaired. lioooy nnop, ivviiuic. ii. BERTSF ' A1NT1 NG "P APE It H ANG - Ing, spray work & alterations. All work gld. Prlcesj - eas. Ph.jl3 231. RONSONLIGHTER REPAIRS ELECTRIC SHAVERS LTD. 417 Vi Portage Ave. Phone 92677X CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR MAD4 to own design. Geo. R. Mutton, 697 Notre Dame Ave. Phone 80 841. Paperhanging cKmanship H. W. WILLIAMS PHONE 35 904. POEMS SET TO MUSIC. SONGS pyrlghted. Free report, sena ooems. Box 68; Weston, (R) Ontar'.o. S DAY SERVICE WATCH FRENCH'S Jewelery. 509 TIME BLPU. SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS, REN" I ALS. PARIS. ( KLC n Phone 42 334. Moxley's. 179 Osborne. L - HTnICHOLS SCHOOL OF MUSIC Violin, Piano, Wind Instruments, Guitars. 34 Furby bt Phone ii4 63u. rJTTtAR HAWAIIAN and SPANISH UU I I ru Leg,,,, Jaclt Klddell Studios, 714 Time rildg. Phone 924 148. EI.Ef - rROLIIX FOR RENT S1.50 PErw day, J3.50 per week. Delivered and picked up. pnone 42 jji. ov m. BABY CARRIAGES LADIES' PULLING OR - - (tj. SHAVING Spreads Facial Hair. We Guarantee To remove u painiessiy ana permanently. ELECTROLYSIS CLINIC 710 Time Blilg. Phone 925 968. CHESTERFIELDS CHAIRS Recovered and repaired. Mattresses rebuilt 32 and up. Free estimates BROS BEDDING 1857 Notre Dame. Phone 28 (4i. EXPERT REPAIRS FAST SERVICE On all types of vacuum cleaners Royal Vacuum Service 220 Osborne St. Ph. 42 383. MUSICAL INSTRUCTION ON ALL Instruments Recordings made to order. Repairs and music. LOWfcS MLS1U MUHf. a SLJ1UUL. 318 Kennedy St. Phone 92b '121. WANTED. IMMEDIATELY, SPECIAL home care for ten - year - old diabetic. Not a bed patient Good remuner - fa!ll and relluble. Phone 24 148. nuou tut ici vjic. nnvijr uua iuo, Tribune. Recovered, Repaired and Repainted. 749 Corydon Ave. Phone 45117. FLOOKSANDERS, EDGERS, PAINT sprays, skil saw, car poinncis, tor rent. uei. od aia - oi ow. FURNACES INSTALLED AND RE palred.Phone52 276. CRESS CORN SALVE For sure r lief, your Druggist sells CRESS. WALL WASHING. PAINTING. PA - pcrlng, floor cleaning. Vets, 929 863. UPHOLSTERING A. McCORMACK 88 425. CI IDC RE - DYED - A. Y. HILL FUR rursj Co 5U fmg Brtg Phi 7u9, CUPBOARDS, GEN. CARPENTEKLSU & Alterations done. Phone 65 083 RENT A POLISHER, VACUUM, $L day. Free eston radio repairs 35 510. HOUSE PLANS PREP. DRAWINGS blueprinting 310 Birks Bid. 924 145. I'APKRING AND PAINTING. CLEAN. Clogged Sewers Drains leaned With Ele - trlc Machine. Nw I it I iw tr rt I 171 - 0 a Bstt I m atom VJUor Ir miar. lack Rabbit" Starts i,inteeuto - R,ur Co - pj0" ' . (REMOVE UNWANTED HAIR. MOLES Warts, Blackheads. Safely and permanently. Work bv appointment LUCILLE LANDY. 4.36 Kosedale Ave. Winnipeg. Phone 45 103. NOT ON YOUR LIFE! JOE VINE CAN TEACH YOU THE RIGHT WAY For Convenient Appt. Ph. 31 633. Every Saturday I.O.G.T. HALL MARIE AND lOHNNIE'S OLD TIME AND MODERN DANCE Admission 50c George Rowe M.C. THEnpLEASANT SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE 521 McMillan Avenue. Old Time. Modern Dancing Good Music Cki Friendly People Cash Door Prizes NO NEED TO BUY EXPENSIVE TOOLS TO DECORATE YOUR HOME RENT Floor Sanders Edgers Electric Hand Saws Belt Sanders Drills Screw Jacks Floor Polishers from LUKE'S ELECTRIC MOTORS & MACHINERY COMPANY 318 - 324 Notre Dame Ave. Ph. 23 324. RE - UPHOLSTERING ft REPAIRS CHAIRS CHESTERFIELDS. BEDS Western Mattress (Continued on Next Column NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT my wife, lsobu Florence Pratt, having deserted me without lust cause I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by her In my name or oinerwise witnoui my written consent. Dnted at Hamilton, Ontario, this loth dav of September, A.D. aigneo: urvai rratt. (Continued on Next Column i T0RRINGT0N DECORATING Master Paperhanging Pa n 1 1 n g Alterations etc. We know how to iJ the work. Ph. 721010. BETTER 'OLE BOOK SHOP 548 Elllce Ave. Ph. 34 025. pocket uook txenange. MEN ONLY! FEEL OLD WORN? WcakT No Pep? Try new improved Menna and watch aulck results. SZ pox, Gtd. Fans Co., 312 Mclntyre Blk. HOUSE ALTERATIONS AND RE - pairs. Ph. 64 723. RICHARDSON BROS. PICTUKES. Picture Framing. 332 Main. h. 92hHll NEW FLOOR SANDER, 25 CENTS per hr. Mln. S2.50. 567 Cu.ydon Ave. WRINGER ROLLS RE - RUBBEIttlJ. Staveley Tire. 71 Main St. Ph. 99 927, MACDONALD FUX)R CLEANERS. Floors waxed A polished. 24 27,. BREAKFAST NOOKS PA; HAIR, MOLES PERM. REMOVED. Dermic Inst. 800 Paris Bldg. 924 M0. FOR PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, etc. reas. oom. ask ior uejraior. "FRANK AND M A RGEA rnold - " reaching Swing Piano Ph. 924 149. 27 PERSONAL READINCS ART MENDING Moth Holes, Cigarette Burns Rewoven 143 Donald St. - Phone 928 625. PRINCE DECORATORS Painting, papering, texture work, ete. Our prices are the most reasonable ln town.Jh. 929 866 for estimate. FIVE DAY WATCH REPAIR Watch loaned to you while yours Is at ERNIE JOHNSTON, 477 PORTAGE OLD GOLD We pay the highest cash prices for your old gold, diamonds, watches, etc. 461 Main St. (Continued nn Next Columni MRS. ROSENCRANS Scientific Cup Reading Silver Grill No. 2, Osborne St. ANTIQUE TEA ROOMS. EXCELLENT cup readers. 2 - 5. 8 - 11, tor club luncheons, receptions, etc. Phone 25 loo for appointments. GEMINI CRYSTAL CARDS, PSY - chlc Palmistry. Auth. lie. palmist and psychic reader. 216 Good St. 31024. BRING YOUR f ROUBLES TO ZENA. prlv. readings, sand, cards. 2 to 5, 7 to 11 129 Cathedral Ave East. MRS. JOHNSTONE, FORMERLY - OP Brathwaltes. 650 Atlantic 7 - 1L 591791 31 DRESSMAKING, SEWING LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Have your shirts maat to measure Expert workmanship. Ph. 80 802 eOoi)0 oa (gaga ty l I sT THE STORY TO DATE: Banker Currency Jones prepares to pay Widow Dubbg, secretly a prisoner of "the Lobe", $1,000,000 In cash (or his bunk's building. He summoni hit secretary. Honey Keyes, to deliver the money in a black bag. Honey is engaged to marry Homer Noble, radio shop owner. By CREATOR OF DICK TRACY MISS KEYES, THIS IS JUST A BAG OF PERSONAL THINGS BELONGING TO A WIDOW DUBBS AT THIS ADDRESS. WOULD YOU DELIVER IT, PLEASE - PERSONALLY?; I GAD! IP she ONLY KNEW IT CONTAINS ONE MILLION DOLLARS; shFwewoTTtI EVEN HAVE HER SHADOWED. IT MIGHT AROUSE SUSPICION. IIMTIt CUf r.CTC RArK T M 1 THE SUSPENSE WILL GOING TO bc Tcooicir. ic nnAw l l.i. - L'u i i unA IN MY PRIVATE rteew r m x office.. whew; ( n rn r - L i y - ri - rB TEN MINUTES LATER - what A BEAUTIFUL winter DAY! I THINK ILL WALK DOWN TO THE AVENUE. THEN TAKE A BUS. 1, Each weekday, for 36 consecutive weekdays. n episode in the Dick Tracy $1,000 Cash Prize Mystery Contest will be printed in The Winnipeg Tribune. The series relates the story of the mysterious disappearance of Black Bag containing ONE MILLION DOLLARS. At the end of the series a coupon will appear asking the question: "What Became of the Black Bag with ONE MILLION DOLLARS?" You are invited to write your answer in SO words or less on this coupon or a separate piece of paper and mail It in. CLUES INDICATING POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS WILL APPEAR IN THE SERIES. For best answer The Winnipeg Tribune will pay Cash Prizes totalling $1,000 is listed. 2. This offer is open to men, women, boys and girls everywhere, except employees of The Tribune and members of their families. It does not matter where you live. You buy nothing, vou pay nothing. It is FREE to all. 3. Literary ability WILL NOT COUNT! Only your answer is wanted IN YOUR OWN WORDS. Thus everyone has an equal opportunity to win. Each contestant may submit only ONE answer. Answer must be the original effort of the sender. Failure to comply with these rules will disqualify the entrant. There is no set solution. 4. Entries will be judged by three judges appointed by the Publisher of The Winnipeg Tribune, whose decisions each entrant, by entering agrees to accept as final. Judging will be as follows: Entries will be placed in groups. Each group will consist of answers which are based upon fundamentally similar conclusions, and winners wilj be determined according GET THE NEXT EPISODE IN TOMORROW'S WINNIPEG TRIBUNE! to convlncement of statement, aptness, logic, wording, manner of expression, and sincerity. S. Entries must be mailed to "DICK TRACY CONTEST," The Winnipeg Tribune, 257 Smith St., Winnipeg, Man., and must be postmarked on or before Monday, October 31st, 1949. Entries become the property of The Winnipeg Tribune and none will be returned nor will any correspondence be answered or any conversation entered Into, Winners will be announced in The Winnipeg Tribune. NOTICE: DO NOT SEND ANY ANSWERS UNTIL THE END OF THE CONTEST. For Horn Delivery See Your Tribune Newspaper Carrier or Phono The Tribune 928 101 CASZI PRIZES 1$r PRIZE $500 2nd PRIZE $200 3rd PRIZE $100 4th PRIZE $ 50 5th PRIZE $ 20 Next 13 Prixei ($10 ea.) $130 TOTAL $1000

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