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THE WINNIPEG EVENING TRIBUNE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1932 :9 CKV ON THE AIR Kilo - eydra .. ,. too ,. 7S0 e40 J svi , , toa ,. io I. t"ou ,. 1110 ,. 1o9 . IS , 41 ,. 770 .. no ,. 10 . o Kilo sydat ,, 0 .. ,, too ,. 720 .. ". .. 70 ,. k't .. KX .. .. tit . 1001 .. . ill . 10 'f ,, 10O0 Stetlanl htationi WAF ,,,, WINK .... WFAA ... WON ... . WJH WJZ WLI ... , WLW WMAQ ... WNAX ... woe ... ., wow .. , WSM ... . , WT AM ... WHO WJJO .... CJQX ..a CJRW ... . HOD rF I i .. ... i PFVR ... , PMOX KOA KOIL ... . PSL Krp .... VfcujR veucl WUDM .... wcco .... WDAP .... WDAV "Detective Black and Blui." new series of drnmntlo sketches built Hrnund the highly amusing but extremely thrilling adventure ol two plain - clothe detectlvee who arc blessed wiln mora lurK man munii - CiMice. will be heard over lh thin evening at 64&. rolumtnii two dikkfii mystery thriller will be on the air thU evening. At 7.43 the during Nay - linil Tavlor and his faithful follower. Dr. Pet He, will have another thrl llnir adventure, and at a.ju nuke bite and serum will play an Important part In the aeventh epl - ode In the adventure of Patty Jtarlow and ber detective friend. Moth program will be heard over 1UIOX, won. Paul Whlteman. dean or monern vniphnnlo dance muelc. whose clauical Jazx line maae mm inter - nationally famous, will lead hie equally lamou orcheetra In the Mint of a new Sirica of program to be broadcast thl venlng. White - man and the orchestra will be assisted each week by a group of distinguished (oloist and artist. Tune In to station H tM; kua, at 8 30 p.m. Tonight' Star Program T lfr - Slngin' 8nm. WCCO, WON. T - K:ite Smith, WCCO, KMO.V 8.00 Sinclair Minetreui, KKYR. WES K. I SO J nek Kenny, George Olsen, WLW. WMAQ. OO Hswell Stbtera. KMOX. WCCO. 801 em - Ta Review, KFI. KOA. IB Able and Bandy. CKT. 10.16 NHC Concert Orcheetra, KKYR. WENR 10 4A Suy Lombardo'a Orcheetra, WCCO. KNAX. Monday Evening 6.00 p.m. TwIUlit Stf'M'n IKFVRI. two, n - Ann iVJZ. WI.W. WHAM I. Jane F. - umin U.Mid tWKAK. KOA. KKI). 6.1 Ti p.m. Can an fli.nn iWl.ttt. Sid lry. Il.rlt" iKMOX WNaXi. Iiramallc Fklt il K WOW, W IAK). Jaatar Stnrlra (WJZ. KtKA, KOA), 6..10 p.m. M.,a an Mnajr iVlAT). I'hamlu. MaKinan OVl.Vt I. r.arrlain nnhaitra iWCrO). H' li jVnca. Ernl tlar (WRAP. WTAMl. Umt R.aillnf (WJZ. WJR. KOA. KTI). 6.4 ."i p.m. f?ildrane Pribram tt'JUXl. Voauc - a and Va.anea tWl.lVI, Til a lluliar (ifii, KMOX. WNAXI. Tha floldbariio Hr.AP. WTAM. WT.NKI. Johnny Hart JZ. WHAM, VtilAy). 7.00 p.m. Trade Prrarram (CKYi. Rlai - k and Vthltr W!TI. pr.. Hrnllal loll WCCO. WHRU. KMOXl. chiton W'jn MinrtrtlK iwi.W). V"ny'nl Fh.liltti t W'EAVi, MM. U'iral.ilr. Orch.tr iWJZ. KOIL. WLS, WKAA. WIlAY. KKYR). 7.15 p.m. Kirm It.iur il'JOXl, Ti:iIi Trio iWHAY '. FinKln' am (WHN. KJPX WOCO). (Jul Arnlxim crrhralr (WNAXl. 7.30 p.m. Cnirmunltf l lw.t Kik.r (CKT). F'uillo Hr.r cl iKKIR). nil Tine - . iWDAYi. Th. J'..r r iWKAP. W AA. WOO. WMF. Wllil. Wow i. n il'ule (KMOX, WCOOI. 7.1"i p.m. Vii H'xir (CKT till 1 Pti Mnnrhti Mvittrr i KMOX I. iWALKER I Canadji't Fmt Thcitrc ("u'SUrJ OCT. 28 - 29 Saturday Matinee One Agn Rirrjifig Hit Way Around th World Sir HARDY LAUDER IN NEW AND OLD SONGS DwhciVILllAMrlOWB (0MRW1Y Of ARTISTS f worid - wtft rm A Lugh, T4r. nd BH of Cntr for AH Humanity SCOTTISH KILTII BACPIPERS Sir Harry Lauder Orcheitr DON ALPHONSO ZELAVA Th PhilotophiKl Piaml Htlcn' - VORKE a JOHNSON Virginia enulhrn ceiift o Harmony J Maria N Marit MADIE A RAV Brothar &linmng Alono" i i TMB LITTLEJOMN In "A Garden of Jaovtla" WALTFR A WALTER In "Tha Cry B.hy" lkx Offite Sale Today KENSIOLE TIMELY PRICES: I Evtninyt He to 12.00 I Plua IMatmra SOc to 11.(3 ( Tai PHFF PARKIN.; TONIOHT AND TOMORROW NIOHT ONLY Flrit Show S. 10 p.m. Laal Show 10 p.m. Supprr Show 30 to 7.10. IOc - 2c (A) Sylvia 8idney Fredrie March In "MERRILY WE GO TO HELL" Char, Rugglei . Roland Young Lily Oamit in (G) "THIS IS THE NIGHT" TOM UHOWN SLIM SUMMFRVILI E m - TOM BROWN OF CULVEH" (Q rnnit - quu i an m - 'Rio shot Q". nnncrpfl Miriam MnpMint In IQ) THE WORLD AND THE FLEiH" rrte Arxomrani4d by Ofnt JACKIL COJMER - CHIC SALE In (Ql WHEN A FELLER NEEDS A FRIEND and IAN KEITH In 'THE DECEIVER' DOMINION AP - PHONE 1 si.' 25c CjC LAtmr'. a JMiny in ' PARDON US" ..ON TMF. STlr - CHEVRir.F1 and JOHNSON Free Dinnarwar to the Ladies 1 W&BSl rum - o Orohaatra IWNAXI. mrlni Knaambla IWI'i'OI. Pat llarn.a (WJZ. WJK, Wlil. 8.00 p.m. Harry HirMrk'i nypaWa IWFAF. WOC. who. wham, wiiaij, wriAFi Itoy Khlrld'a Hand I W JK WPAT, KKVll. U, KaTI. KOII., KDKA). 8.15 p.m. Mill! Rrnttiara (WON, KMOXl. Har amltk Orch.at r (WNAX). s.no p.m. atudia Froiram (KlYRi Hkarlnca on - hrtlra (WPATI Jar Uanny IWJZ, WMAg WJK. WLW) Tha Travalara (WtAF, WTAM, WhNR). I'arla Myatarloa (WON. KMOX. WOCO), Ban Pollack a OrrAaatrs (WNAX). 8.4. "i p.m. VI Luff, Marlmbaphon (CKT). 9.00 p.m. Illudls Trio (CKYI. Tal.i of Tarrar IWI.WI Country rwctor (WJZ. KOIL. WHAM). Mime That (attains (WON, WOCO, KMOXl. Trada Profran (CKT, CJOX), 9.15 p.m. Trado Prneram (CKY. CJOX), Wiifrrd (lirnn, baaao (WJZ, KOIL, WLW. WHAM I In Acaa (KMOX, WOOO, WON). 9.30 p.m. t'naung H.ror. iKMnx WOOO. WBBal) Radar t: (WJF.. KPTR, KoIL). K.d Adama (WOAY). 9.45 p.m. Ahl and Handy ( KTi tmnna Orrhaaira 1 WI.W), Muilcal Maldl iWUAYl KMOX) Utrn IWBBM. WOCO, 10.00 p.m. Panr Procram (CKT) until 10 , Kanfaraa (WLW) Brmphony Kllhou'la l WHAT), ei - mti orrhaaira iwrar. WTAM. Wori. A mm 'n' Andy (WMAid. WDAP, WENK, KOA. KM. KOII.l. 10.15 p.m. evmphony Orrhaiira (WNAX) Bllii Jon.i and Fmla II ir. iKOA. KFTI. Mint ipr (WJZ. WLW, WKNR, KJSTP. KPTR I. 10.30 p.m. flnyae Pair. Tin (CKT) lady or tria Cvaniim ( WDAT). lfanr Orrh.alra (WLW). Ouy Lomparde Orriiaatr rwuoo, wn a x I . llano Orrhaitr (WTAP, WOC, WDAT), 11.00 p.m. Pddl rjushtn Orchaitns (WCCO, KMOX, Wv A X I . Rajpfc Klrbarry, incr (WCAP. KFTR, MH'l. Clrda MrCoy'i Orchiitr (WJt, KDKA). 11.05 p.m. KrVMKPT'HTh", wbaf - wr - 11.30 n.m. WNAX! 0fChM" t'00 KMOX, I in, . Orrhaatra (WEAP. WICNR, KFYR. . KPTP. WTAM. WOW. WPAPi "'"a lianr Orchaatr (WJZ, WLW). Tuesday Morning T A1 Momlna Payotlnna'a (WPAT). T 3o Happy Jar (KKYK). 7 Jmi Bill and Jana I KPTR). m - Waita A hum (KKYRi IV Tn. B - Vornln iKKVR. WPATI. B 1 Nlhin Hut Ih. Tnith (KKYR). A 3a - Rtirau Rrundrait (CKY until t SO 1.1 Clara, L - vi and Km ( KKYR. WPAY) 30 Mualr. Markrti ICJUX) till 10 10. jnnn - Your Chl;d (WPAVi. in 10 Mialn and Trad Prncram (CUT), in 4A World H k - nn. Mrlndlaa IKPYR). to . Ktudin t'r.(. - am (CKYl till 1130. U.JO M'd i.i:on markaia irjuxi Parm Homa Huur (KPY'R, WDAT). ll lD - Htudio l - rofram (CKYi. Tuesday Afternoon IS 00 R Ba'tlo Orrhaalra CKT). 13 IV Nawi Mr.aaaai (CKY). 13 3' - MAC. lrluri ll'KVl. IJ 4V Ftudlo Prntram (CKY), AIV. - r.nfi Cnnfrrani - O iCKY), 1 n Kttidln Prokram (CKY I 40 - rin.Ti Markau (CJflXI. S l.v - Bron I'ala. - a Orrhaatra (KKYR). Matinee Till 7 o'Clock 25C pew rvAninif bltlllll a a aaw a. OUTSTANDING DOtULt I'llOGHAM Bert Wheeler, I Ken Maynard Robt. Woolseyl In In "Girl Criy'' I "Branded Men" UIU SI'tCIAL UOLIHLE. CROOM Joan Crawford I Edward 0. Rob. Robt. Mont - I Inson, Lorett gomery In I Young In "The "L'tty Lynton" Hatrhct Man" "TWO HEARTS IN WALTZ TIME Doors Open at 12 Noon i - AUJIivi M.t - M:WI ROBERT MONTGOMERY (A) "But the Flesh is Weak" LESLIE HOWARD rG) "Reserved For Indies" A British Picture Doubla Programme RAMON NOVAFIPO MAOCI IVANS "HUDDLE" A no: VtC TO M' I r. p J "WHILE PARIS SLEEPS" GARRICK TODAY (General) GLORIOUS! v . A MODERN yrSTf COME0Y - DRAMA C' THAT SEETHES WITH ACTION 7 V2 7 ISO aiudi Program (CKY). S4!l - I.adv Nail H.mr IKMR). 4 mi T.a - Tinia Tunra (CKYi. 4Jil - Mu.lo and Naoi 'CKYl. 4 4.v - l. K ciri - l (KKYIl, WPATI. t (Ht tljKirli i KKYR i. .l National Cminrll Talk (CKY). Mklpl.y (KKYHI. 30 Slncim lady (KPYR. WPAT). SO Orphan Ann la I KKYR. WPAY). DEATHS and FUNERALS Mary Kotak, IS. d mi (ill tor of Mr. and Mi. John Knxnk, 1K13 Mldmar ave, who died Saturday In the Cicneral hnapltal, was burled today In Biwikaide cenvtery. The funeral waa held at 2 SO p m. from Hardal funeral parlor to Hrook - aide cemetery. Mr. Ivy Barron, 20. wife of William Slnipaon Barron, of BIB Melbourne ave., who died Friday In the Oeneral hoapltal, waa burled today. The funeral waa held from the Haid'il funeral home to Klmwood cometery. Rev. Richmond Crnlg conduoted the sei - vlc at 3.30 p.m. Mr. Florence Bowers, 42, wife of Thoma Ilowrri, 7H7 Oarwood ave., died Sunday In 8t. Honlfare hnapltal. Th funeral will he held at 3 30 p.m., Tueaday, from Mm due Hroa.'a funeral home to llrookalde cemetery. Martin UMman, 60. of 410 Power st., died Saturday In St. Joseph hoepltal. He came from Rtuil, 11(1 year ago and nettled In Winnipeg. For the pa at 16 year ha ha c - en wILh the Wlnntpe; Park bonrd. H I aunrlvad by hi wife and 10 children. Tha funeral will be held at M m , Tueeday, from the realdenr to St. Joaeph' church. Burial will take place In Ft. Mary1 cemetery. The arranRement are In the care of Barker' funeral home. Edward Tea re, 67. of 5f) flmlth t., died Sunday In Orare hoapltal. Mr. Teare waa horn In Kngland and had beein In Canada more than 20 vear II had lived for 10 year In Winnipeg. Refor hie recent 111 - nesa. h had been a country agent for the Frea Preaa Pralrla Farmer 9 Have you Malted the o T.LESK FURNITURE STORE "Ivorythln foe th Hems" WE SELL FOR LESS L ESK FURNITURE CTORE 1I Pnon MAIN T. 97QQI Bulldin For marly Occutxa By J. A. BANFIELO'S LTD. GENERAL 10c, lie, 25c ANTONY)! L 4Vi 1 1 ... in a brand nw id in picturw ... a Wild Wrt (how (oodoott among lk bloody politic ol a small European kingdom. It's a msrvel of ACTION and FUN. him JESSIE and JAMES NEWS SPECIALTIES Starting Tonight 3RD TRIUMPHANT WEEK OF THE SENSATIONAL BRITISH HIT Today, 20.000 Winnipegqers are singing its praises Don't miss this final Winnipeg showing! Open 6 p.m. I Laurel - Hsrdy Lait Show 9 I Alio Sir Hsrry 20c till 7.30 I Lauder iiWHqFg ?e n.t 1 J, m I YOU'LL SAY TOO THE BEST SHOW CONNIE EVER MADE "What Price Hollywood11 CONSTANCE BENNETT LOWELL SHERMAN for five year, and for the Nor, i Weat fanner for a hortr time. Th funeral will he held at 3 SO pm., Tuesday, from Hardal' funeral home to AaalrUbolne Me morial park. Harry T. Finch, of 217 Vaughan M , ion of the late W. H. and Amolln Finch, of Toronto, Ont., died Sunday In the Oeneral hnapltal. Ile - iua oi widow, no i ur'ivea oy a i daiiR - mer, prance. A private funeral eervlr will be held, Tueday. from th Thnmaon mortuary to 8t Jime' cemetery. Sarah Bolster, 70, who died Saturday at Maraliwell, Paak., waa burled today. The funeral was held at 4 pm. from Krrr'a funeral horn to Brookaide cemetery. The rvpe wa conducted by Rev, U 8. Meech. Kathleen Blsaitt, 6. died Saturday st the family residence, Hazel - rHI. The funeral will he held at 2 p.m. today from tha Hnzelrldpe churoh to Moose None cemetery, Alfred Watts. 82. pioneer f irmer of the Allien district, died Sunday at the realdence of hla daughter. Mr. O. R. Oprir. "73 Pherbtirn nt Horn In Ixrndon. Enirlnnd Mr Watt rama to Canada In 1873. He liver flrat In Toronto, and Inter settled near Arden, Man. lie farmed there for 40 years. He I survived hv Ave on. Bert Watts, of Reelna: Nornwn, of loon Lake: Charles, of New York; Cecil and Clarence, of Arden: and four daughters, Mrs, Raymond Bloaa, of Natural Bridge, N.Y.; Mr. Wm. Anderson, of Wide View, Rank.; Mr. C. R. Ogg, Winnipeg, and Mr. R. J. Ratrman, of Arden, Man. Th funeral will be held Thursday at 2 pm. at Arden l'nltd church. The body la being sent from Kerr' funeral horn. AUnandfP Colli ntJ, 49 .of 724 fUHIa v., dlrd today at the family !ic.tncr. Th funeral will ba held P B TrLaJE Just think! A1J these celebrities in a delightful romance of radio - land: STUART CRWIN - DINQV CQOSBY LEILA HYAM3 KATE SMITH BUPNS a ALLEN - MILLS BROTHERS D0SWELL SISTERS ARTHUR TRACY VINCENT LOPEZ - CAB CALLOWAY 0TH Of THESE PICTURES ARE "The Night oS CLIVE BROOK Charles Rugglet Lila Lee A Paramount Picturt aJ - - " ' " TWO FIRST.RUN FULL - LENCTH Th Thrill of Your Lit "CHANDU" THE MAGICIAN Based on th greet . . mystery radio Broadcast. with EDMUND LOWE (Aduttl riiVI I JL Xl arlincton I CVa a I III ii 'RICH ARE ALWAYS WITH US' I U LaJ M Ruth Chitterton . I Adult) Janet Caynor CRESCENT Charlec Fjrrell MAN ,R0M YESTERDAY v.naries rarreii CIY, Brook )A(Ju, IN Tut cipcT YEAD WONDERLAND i ncriroi icak "the wet parade" (Adult) Walter Huston (Adult) In Our Radio Dept. lifMli a Dealer Sec It At The "Bay" "Radio Headquarters," Fourth Floor Screen i m kaaiaM iaHBBBBaaaaaaaaaaaasa ' NICE DOUBLE PROGRAM IS OFFERED AT CAPITOL Two loallti.t full lancUi foAturtj vf - turoti eotuttlut tha doublt - ht lr procram At tha Capitol ibtg ah and It If dime mi to aay wiitch found rnvt plrauro with futurday'a lara audianva. "Tha Ptian - tntn I'reaidcnt." whtrh aarvad to intriMltira tn.a M . t'ohan to t ha nr rrttn la i' fd fun and Cohan althotwh not qmia ao young aa ha onra wa 4iptaya all tha Pp and pamnnalMy that mada htm for yaara an outatandlnaj ft aura on tha fna: ataa. Aa tha madMn ahow artiat who ptnrh hit fur a prfairtantlal candl data, ha draw a nuiny laogha and 1a au!r aidd by Jtrmn (Hirrania In robuat comedy. Tha Convention rpa wara eapari ally rraiittia and tha whla thm a nai. hut kindly antlra on Amartcan polittea. akrwn rMtrnra will an Joy thia ona. "Tha Miht nf J una 13 " la a atory of a Httla naighNrtioDd. whnaa paopla put l hair own ptty purnawiea ahaad of a mun a lira. Oiva HTonk haa tha ranual fnla and piaya tt car fully. Char la Oraia win. one fammia aa Mr. I'tpp, la arn In a auhordlnata eharactar part, hut lha ancallanca of hla aflr cauaa It to atand nut. Anothar tntaranlinc mmltr of tha ronitMny la Rirtiard iark". who onra raiRrHd aa a ttrht ovnt and muatcal com tdy atar. Tha whola rnnMol pri - fram la a nif htandinc of drama and romady and a a auc - li art mild afford plaaaura to all who aaa It. A. K. McO. THRILLS AND CHILLS IN FEATURES AT WINNIPEG Tadmund Taowa and Bala faticnal dtvida hnnora In "Ovanfi." tha rrtoo'a anaatlon adaptation of "Chandu tha Mgtian." known to radio fna aa a raJ thrl liar whtrh ta tha faaMira aMra.tlon at tha KKI Wlnniief. Tha drama la action from tart to finiah with aoma vary axcaliant at 8 30 p m., Wednesday, from Bar - dal'a funeral horn to Brookslde cemetery. GDO ,K J RATED "EXCELLENT BY LIBERTY "THE PHANTOM PRESIDENT Ceorga M. Cohan Durante ClaudetN Colbert vswajns as Lang a Ourante's Schnossl. A Paramount Picturt FEATURES FOR ONE ADMISSION HIT NO. 2 Thunder down the danger trsil with dare - devil TIM McCOY 'THE WESTERN CODE ALWAYS C00D prr SEATS C3C FREE FARKINC AI Ooedman'a r - vlca Station, Fori and Graham. Gal lltkit at Boa Offi. nnny 'Bug (fdmptittge laCOaMTo fmm May taro VICTOR Combination RADIO AUTOMATIC PHONOGRAPH PERFECTED HOME RECORDING Vour own voice perfectly recorded. Marvellous record reproduction. Changes records automatically plus Victor Radio tone and performance. Maximum allowance for your old radio. First Showing trick pbotofraphlc and acanla affarU, notably tha ranciful daatructlun of tha world raplloii by tha atranaa daath ray for poaariMHiri of which Uwe and l.uanal attain Homrrlc romhaia, Uiartil, aa Honor, an Myptian magician, haa lha ray, whlla Iow, aa a hpnotlat and Yoal matle aki o ot'tnln it. Thla I'ada to hattlaa many and varlfd with Uowa avantually wlnnlnc out. Tt la a flratrata malndrama with tuffle lnt roinady ln)rtad to provida planty of I mi hi and to rriiva tha tnion. Ilanry Mumiin i i(ipiniit)ia for tha comedy tn a delightfully dona CmUnfy part, whlla Ilanry n wa't nail ia aran to aavaniaaa ann Irana War a provi1ra tha girl mtarrat. Younnar patron a will follow tha advanturaa of chandu with hrthlea and raatiava In - taraat Oldar utiaa will enjoy It la wall. In the aerond feature Tim McCoy again notiriialanUy par forma prod I una of valor to right wronaa and confound avll rtra in a hat - tie rotnanca of wttrn darrlnado an - tltled "Tha aatam toda." Thare la alao another apiaoda of tha Winnipeg a waatarn arriat. Good fa at riding and antrmalaatle baUJUif la aJI theae It am a A. JL afoii. TOM MIX IN NEW TYPE OF TALE AT PROVINCE Wy rat the King ' ehowtnar at tha Prirvlnca Thaatre, hrlnga Torn Vfts to tha acraan tn a etory diffarant from tha Weat em varitty in which he haa baeome fa moua. The plot, however. (Waa him planty of opiportunlty to dlapiay hla tainta In the varloua cowboy arti. and to dmontrate hie akill aa a fighter, and a defenttar of the right a of then a who are in danger from arhamera and traitor and bad man of all klnda The aatting of the etory 1 In the mythical kingdom of Alvonta, over which King Charlea. a ten year old led ivigne He la in the puwer of a certain wicked Count von Itch wart, who, with the aid of the tfovaaer Wuen. tuna the government N O W A Hilarious Farce of Hollywood pi OS THE STAGE LYCEUM CIRLS' NOVELTY BAND MATINEES I BVENINCS . . a a a - I All Sear 40 lit I, IS I Childran with . I nar.nl i. 10c 1 t 6. 25 1 OtnarwlM, lit Chllir. Dy Tim. 10 2 BIO FeATUPI a FOU THI PKICa OP FANNI MUHST S "BACK STREET With lean Dunn John Ba4 Ala Charlia Rugglee in 'Th Cirl Habit' FREE TO THE LADIES Through caurtaay e Hudaoal'a Bay Co. w will praaan, a nackaaa ef FLOIO CON BATH SALT ta lha nVit 20 ladlaa attandin aach avamn at S 'cinch during lha neaeawnt of "Back Straat." COLLEGE la;odtavm" IAMES CACNEY in "WINNER TAKES ALL" A Piclura foe Voun and Old 'SHORT FIATURCTTES" r - a rr A u - i irTi sr.vi ALISON 8KIPW0RTH RICHARD BENNETT "Madame Racketeer" Wedgwood A Co. Dlnnerwar given to the Ladie. (G.) Classic T. JAM! TONIOHT (Adult) 41 Michael and Mary" with ff DN A BEST . HSRBERT M A ASH ALC Fair r scandal taalad Thalr Lip For ti Vaara Today!! $395 By Any Winnipeg without regard for the welfare of the pen - lle. When yiii arrlvea tn the my a I city with a Wild Wast ctrcua, the king inauta on vlaltlng tha ahow where ha Mcmee friendly with It etar performer, anna other than Mil. Under hia influence the yoking ruler rehwat to elgn a hill by which further taxation wotJd he pieced on hit already burdened people. When the wicked duka d - a hla atuff and tha royal hair la in danger of loairui hie life. Mis calla on hla cow boy , irmi them with etavaa alnce they have no rartridgea. and eeta out to tha prison eaeila to av aiege to tt and aava hla pal, tha king Th rllmai la ahoiit aa thrilling and epecleculat aa anything Mis haa yet produced. The pert of the King la played by Mickey RAoney, tha 11 - year - old Ur, who wl de - earva hla plaw tn tha picture. 1 he atory la an attractive one. and pcovldee ai!endid entertainment, with plenty of thritle. and a wealth of human Intareet. The ahort reeia are excellent. E W. MCOaWOMAT Tuesday Store Hours: "Back to the Iind" DANCE IN THE AUDITORIUM Ticket On Sale, Elevator Lobby, Main Floor, 50c Quality Meats at The "Bay" It I that eatra quality that tells." You can buy battaw maat at tha "Bay" and you can rdr by telephone, with full confidence. Frontquarters of Beef BRISKET OF BEEF, a SHOULDER BOILING, J per lb 4C Par C THICK RIB ROAST OF 0 ROUND SHOULDER Q BEEF, per lb OC ROAST, per lb OC CHUCK ROAST OF BEEF, per lb. .... tltr ROLLED POT Ft OA ST, r lie Choice Veal 1::.... i5c SHOULDER OF VEAL, P7 - par lb 4C LOIN OF VI AU 1 AM par lb. 14C I O'CLOCK SPECIAL - 5.000 LBS. LOIN OF LAMB CHOPS. Delivery Wdnaday a.m, 12C ROASTING CHICKENS, S to bUV.7." 19c BOILING FOWL, 1 ta 4 lbs. pT.r 16c BEEF SAUSAGE, par lb, lie SWEET PICKLEO COTTAGE ROLLS, - a 1 Par lb llC SIDE BACON, rlndleaa, II rib. pM. Each ... 14C MILD CURED SMOKED mams, whole er he I', 15c per lb 1,000 lbs. of FRESH CAUGHT SALMON, any cut, per lb. FRESH CAUGHT ATLANTIC COD, in th piece, Qf per lb H ZDC Sliced and cerrtr ... 27c cut, par lb. FRESH CAUGHT OO - HADDOCK, per lb... a - AwC FRESH CAUGHT f, O SKATEWING. lb, .. ISC Meati and Flih, GROCETERIA CORN, Ontario White, Col Iran PEACHES, Mcd er Halves. Aus - 3 ..r 25c XT 20c Aw,:cD1,NB"noBr.un:. 6 V.725C C0BT - A - orud' H'riV' tLm.lt of (in. to a tMlTn",,, P" "'" " 9 9(1. JKLLY POWDERS, - IV. .' - ' - ': " 'L for aU Ataorted, per put i)C TOMATOES, Choice Qusl. 11 - TEA, HBC Special Blend, 1 - - . tin 11C Black, par lb Ot)C ASPARAOUS, Hllls Osle, ift. COFFEE, HBC Economy mend. Mb. tin XuC SI?U.Kd' CHEESE, Chateau Plain orli. lA"ANT"pWuMV"i" .PJT.pt,LPw r C vbavaraoa. itl PIE QUICK, The Wonder Crust Yea. tin 4 IC p"x,y - ) P" - Op JAM, Strawberry or Raspberry, 'or "tt Hunter's, made in Wlnnl. 1 o PORK AND BEANS, In eauce, pro. 12 oi. Jar InC Heini, medium 11 . MARMALADE, Wagstaffa'a Seville 1 1C Orange, in. SPAQHETTI, with cheese, 11. 16 - oj, jar IDC Heinr, medium tin lit BISCUITS, Pauiln'e 1 - . ROLLED OATS, Iba. 1 Eclipae. per lb 1 r)C bulk 4 for 1,)C PINEAPPLE. Sliced Aus. 1 Q RED RIVER CEREAL, 1 tralian, No. I tin I.lb. pkt 1)C Groceteria, Downstairs Economy Floor BnafJBaMBBBBBBBJB 20,000 lbs. B.C. Mcintosh Red Apples, 8 lbs. 25c GRAPES. Ontario Con. Ofs - n. POTATOES. Manitoba Whit. ..rd. Mu.r, b..hM zyc lb.1bB.r;! si.25 pllncw8, 'b - ;.,r" VEGETABLE SPECIAL 15 i"cy V iP lbs. Potstoes, No. 1 quHtyi ykt - "' aJLy s b. Carrots! S lbs. O' APPLES, B.C. Fsncy Mcintosh Y.llow Onions OlC Rsds. Rg. Z7S. Qf) 1Q ONIONS. Special, par box ., J)aWJ.a Spanish 4 lbs, ayeJC Fruits and Vegetables, Downstairs Economy Floor Groceries Dial 322 FRUIT CAKE, delicious, light. RASPBERRIES, Lsndo' Lake. Made by the "Bay." Almond No. 2 squat ) '( Iced. 5 - lb. slab Sf.25, 97 tin, 24 .... O tins OUC P' lb a - ilC COFFEE, HBC Golden San. Plain, .lb. slab 77c, on to Blend. Pur. - rtO. per lb smIFC 3 lbs. SOc, per lb. ... 4oC FLOUR, HBC Seal of Quality. CHICKEN BROTH, with rice. 24 - lb. beg 61c, 49 - lb. bag 99c, Hall's. Per O O 98 - 1 b. (J - QA tin 10c O for .'Jl bag Ol.Oi JELLY POWDERS, Jsll - O. As - SUGAR, fine granulated. 20 - sorted I 0"J lb. bag $1.09. pp Flavors .... pkts. MaJtr 10 - lb. bsg DOC PEAS, Green Giants. Big Ten. JAM, Glassco' Raspberry der Peas. 17 - Cf '1 or Cherry. ,10 ox - ,ln 18c - - aaa tine O'JVt 4 - lb. tin UC CORN, D;l Mair Niblets. 10' r MARMALADE, Orange. JO,, of. tin Q AZn 4 - lb. tin 4)C 16c tini '3C BISCUITS. S00 lbs. Paulm's HORSE RADISH. 9s Chocolate Marehmallow Bis - Taylor's, 10 - ot. bottle a - irJl euits. Fresh, ty OTZn PINEAPPLE, Singapore Sliced. Per lb. 18c ... Aw lbs. O'JL No. 2 squat f OQ TEA. HBC Red Packet. Black. tin 14c J tin tJOL A delicious tsa. QQ SALMON, Clover Leaf, Red Par lb )JL Sockeye. O Al PEP. Kellogg. Q Tln 17c J TtvLy Packet 13c ... for a - OL BUTTER. Seal of Quality. 1 - ALL BRAN, Kel. ) r,t lb. print 27c, 7Crt logg'. Pkt. 19c O for DOC 3 - lb. block I OL PRUNES, finest California. CHEESE, Baumert Relish, 80. O O" r Pineappls, Pimento or plain. 70 t) lbs. aiOC p:ket Q . 9Qinj NAVY BEANS, B? )!; 10c O lor AUK, finest quelity D lbs. aiOC CHEESE. R desu Spreading. PORK AND BEANS, Clark's. ,pl,Jn f Pimento. 1 Ap In tomato saure. IS - oi. tins, Vr'b. Pkt. A. IV 3 0Zn CHEESE, Dsnlsh Pfin for ZaJC Roquefort. Per lb. .. eJVJC Groceries, Downstairs Economy Floor CLEVER DANCING TEAM SEEN AT THE DOMINION Marssrat Johnaon, a aharmlnsiy !' ohll4 ontanainar, an Nn Chivrlar. S local artlet. prnvlda 4alu - litfiil alas ai - tariainm.nt at th IVrnlnu.n thnir ana Saturday's larva auitlarkra ahnwo an - thuiiaitic aira - Matlnn of thatr tairnt. riaan. anaiay ian.r in which iittl Mar. Sarat rarrl.i har full ahara. nl - o aina'ns. and (t.llititful dannn hy b.rth aril.'i f.atiir thia It.m. whl.Ji la almul aa .i4 aa anrlhuaj hw at th lninua mis arain. Th. arron faalura t full Un(t I.mral Hardy rnni'dr, "Pard t'l." i which Sian and 01111 aro n aa e'. y1na. wt mtrnd ko new idaaa Into ni a rouiino with ludl.Tnua raaulla 1 at MAT t0 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dial 322 PRIME RIB ROAST, 10. Pr lb IawC ROLLED ROAST, (bone, peT'lb 13C Low Priced STEWINO VEAL, y par lb 4C CHUMP ROAST OF 1 1 VEAL, per lb 11C ROLLED ROAST OF 1 J. VEAU Pr lb 14C BREASTS OF CHICKEN for frying, par lb .... 32c LEGS OF CHICKEN OfT. for frying, per lb. - . ji; CORNED BEEF. Hw Corned Beef and Q Cabbage, per lb. ... OC BONELFSS HAM, O A Head, per lb ViC HBC HEADCHEESE, t fir. elled, per lb 1UC BEEF BOLOGNA, Head, par lb. ... CHICKEN SALAD, per lb 12c 50c 20c FRESH CAUGHT SOLE FILLETS, per lb CHICKEN HADDIES, per lb NO. 1 SMOKED FILLETS, per lb. ... 38c 12c 17c Downstairs Economy Floor

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