The Winnipeg Tribune from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada on October 29, 1937 · Page 28
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Friday, October 29, 1937
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'a PAGE 28 THE WINNIPEG EVENING TRIBUNE FRIDAY, OCT. 29, 193? 3 H If t 60 STORES. OFFICES Continued From Pag 24 1M OSBORNE T dmill store, well located, suitable for tailor shop or other email business. 110. I7S MAIN T Large wholesale and retail store; 1.500 ft. floor apace. Immed. poes. 140. 501 TALBOT AVE Bake shop (or wholesale, and retail trade. Immediate poea. 20. The Toronto General Trusts CORPORATION Portage at Smith. Ph. 25 346. STORE TO PENT NASSAU ST. Rent 20. Apply 5 Sergent. 22 I 61 ACREACE 7B'i ACRES Main St. frontase, nrf Mlddlechurrh. at $25 per acre. EAST KILDONAN 32 atres. 7 - room house, table, rood well, root bouse; 20 acrca cultivated. 11 0O0. 74 ACRES - Kent 8t. Paul. (30 per acre. THE TRADERS' TRUST CO. Union Truit Building WE OFFER GOOD SMALL ACREAGES, from 20 per acre and up. Imp - roved and building. Kimmrl Bchnrirk, B9i Main It. Ph. 80 223: evfffl. 63 737. 62 EXCHANGE 3 ACRES. NEW BUNGALOW, - RMD,, H.W. finluri. full bawmtnt. splendid barn, Rood chicken home, other build insi. nicely treed. Pries $3,200; mtga. f 1.0O0. Will cnnnlder imsll hotme. K1MM&L flCHADKK, MAIN 8T. Ph. fi 2il3; tvsg. 62 737. OWNER WILL EXCHANGE S - RM. COT - tare and enrage and tantim $1 .000 to J 1, 600 mort(tte for 4 or 5 - rm. buns alow in Wert End or tn any pood district. M. D. BELBT. 50 Mrlntyre. 94 620. 66 FARM LANDS ISO ACRES 11 mlle from city. All cult, ready (or teed. Beet ol mater. lood buildings. OAK BLUFF 320, all cult. Beat o( land, fair buildings. ELI M0 acre, all cult. Beit of buildings, (ood water. If you are looking for farm tn Wlonipei district, call and see us. F. H. McCREA 431 Somerset Blk. Phone 33 744. 100 ACRES 11 MILES FROM CITV, 100 acres ready for drill; buildings. Only SI 7 per acre: ami, I! rash. K1MMEL. SCHaDKK, Af2 MAIN T Ph. St 223; evgs. 62 727. Wl SPECIALIZE IN R. R. VALLEY farms Cream of the West Durum Wheat belt. Sea us before buying. W. H. Campbell, 315 Mclntyre Blk. I'h. t 127. COMPLETE LISTINGS OF FARMS. WITH or without equipment. In Manitoba. Pee or call Oliver Agencies, 403 Montreal Trust. Phone S3 865. 68 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES General Store Business In S. Manitoba, whert bumper crop harvested this year. One, D. Ooods, Hardware, Gaa and oil. Good corner. Stock and Futures 11,300. Store and 4 rooms attached 11.300. Easy tenna. Details from A. R. McNichol, Ltd. Phone S3 635 2SS Portaf Ave. THIRD INTEREST IN PROMISING CITY buslnees, S2.500 cash or city real estate. Box 31S Tribune, or phone 401 737. FLOUR MILL. 60 BBLS. CAPACITY, fully equipped, ft. Ulsmond, 427 Prlt - chard. 6 02S. 70 FINANCIAL PERSONAL LOANS TO SALARIED PEOPLE $75 to $300 On Small Monthly Budget Payments LIMITED Su? CURRY BLDG. PR. S3 361 - 2 Persons! Loams $50 to $500 No Emidorsers INLAND FINANCE LTD. H. M. SCOTT, Manager. 303 Paris Bids. Phone M TSS LOAN CHARGES REDUCED Personal Loam to Salaried People. Loans on Motor Cars. Furniture, ato. Conaolldata Your Debts! Crescent Finance Corp. Ltd. WARBURTON CAMPBELL Representatives, 317 Bank of Nova Srotls Building. Phone S3 75. OUEST TICKET, GOOD FOR TWO. IS held at The Tribune Office for Mlsa H. Woods, S71 Main at., to see Brtte Davla and Henry Fnnda In "That Cer tain Woman," now playing at the Oarrlck Theatre. PERSONAL LOANS to salaried people. Consolidate your debts with GENERAL FINANCE CO., LTD. 411 Parts Bids. Phone 9S 111 LOANS FOR PERSONAL NEEDS CANADA LOAN CO TOT Confederation Life Bldg. - Ph. S3 Sit. PERSONAL LOANS S60.00 TO 100.00. PEOPLE'S FINANCE CORP., LTD. 303 Parla Bldg. Est. 1B2S. Ph. S4 S5S. MONEY TO LOAN ON FIRST MORT Sagca. Agreements and Mortgagee pur - cnaaea. international Loan Co. 93 334 PERSONAL LOANS, 2S - 250, TO WAGE. Earners. Winnipeg Loan Co., 481 Main. LOANS ALL CLASSES AUTO FINANCE rluggard St Co.. 1 Somerset Bldg. 31 77D SOCIAL CREDITERS IN AUSTRALIA GET ONLY 70,000 VOTES Canadian Press Cable) SYTWEY, Oct 29. Returns to day showed that the 16 Social Credit candidates in Australia's general election polled 70.000 votes out ol a total of 3,800,000. Onlv 40,000 more ballots have yet to be counted, and it appeared certain that one Social Credit candidate G. H, A. Nichols, had been elected to the House of Representatives Irom Queensland. An analysis of Queensland fig ures In the voting for the Senate meanwhile, made the return of three senators supporting Prime Minister Josepn Lyons coalition government extremely doubtful. Social Credit second preference votes under proportional repre scntatlon strongly lavored labor. CHANGES IN VOTERS' LIST LEAVE 50 LESS THIS YEAR THAN LAST Addition of 175 names to th civic voters' list by the court of revision Thursday was offset by reductions, mostly due to deaths. The result was a net decrease In the list, of about 50 names, to leave a total of 36,650 electors. There were 298 appeals from those who wished a change In classification. Appeals not granted, either for cause or because of failure of the appellant to appear, totalled 87, Changes from one polling division to another accounted for elimination of 36 entries from the first listing. These eliminations, with the striking off of 150 persons who had died since the as sessment d e p a r tment's canvass and of 40 names unintentionally dupllcated, took 225 person off th roil. WEDDINGS Ida May Jackson Is Bride of John Coatcs A wedding was solemnized Thursday, October 21. at 3 p.m., in the United church at Alexander, when Ida May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jackson, became the bride o( Mr. John Coates. only son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coatcs. of Gainsboro, Sask. Rev. Carlyle Parker ofticiated. Ferns and flowers banked the pulpit. For the guests, pews were designated by white satin bows. Miss Margaret Doake. of Brandon, played the wedding music. The bride, who was given tn marriage by her father, wore a gown of royal blue velvet the front of the skirt forming a centre point in the bodice. The puffed sleeves were shirred to the shoulder. She wore a shoulder - length veil secured with a bandeau of silver leaves. Her corsage was of Talisman roses. The bridesmaid, Mi.s Marion Miller, of Winnipeg, cousin of the bride, - wore a gown of point d'osprit over rust taffeta. She wore a bandeau of chrysanthemums and carried bronze pompon chrysanthemums. Mrs. Jackson, mother of the bride, wore powder blue crepe. Mrs Coates, "the bridegroom's mother, wore rust crepe. Mr. Oswald Young, cousin of the bridegroom, was groomsman. The ushers were Mr. Hugh Jackson, of Souris, and Mr. Judson Miller, of Winnipeg. During the signing of the register Mrs. Alan Yeomans sang "Beloved, It Is Morn." A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Coates left by motor for Winnipeg and points south. For travelling, the bride chose a brown woollen suit with green blouse and brown hat. Mable Watson Weds In Mid - Day BHdai RIDING MOUNTAIN, Man., Oct. 29 A wedding solemnized Oct. 23 at 12 o'clock noon at the United church manse, Neepawa, was that of Mable Watson, daughter of Mr. David Watson, and the late Mrs. Watson, and Mr. James L. Henrv. son of Mr. Robert Henry and the late Mrs. Henry, all of Riding Mountain. Rev. J. W. Cruickshanks pre - ided at the nuptial service. Miss Edna Burch. of Winnipeg, attended the bride, and Mr. Gordon Dafoe, f Riding Mountain, was best man. The bride was attired In a wine ensemble. Mr. and Mrs. Henry motored to Dauphin, where a reception was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Watson, brother and sister - in - law of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Henry will reside In Riding Mountain. Lucy Hopkinson Is Bride Of John Herbert Duke Gordon United church was the scene of a wedding October 23, at 7.30 p.m., when Lucy Hopkinson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Hopkinson became the bride of Mr. John Herbert Duke, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Duke. Rev. W. H. C. Leech performed the ceremony. Mr, J. T. Hodges played the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin, as the bride entered the church. At the conclusion of the ceremony he played Mendelssohn's wedding march. The bride, who was given In mar riage by her brother - in - law, Mr. J. Greenhalgh, wore a gown of triple sheer in delphinium blue, the bodice featuring the shirtwaist style. The sleeves were elbow length and formed of tiny frills. A girdle of pansy velvet, ribbon encircled the waist. She wore a chapel veil of tulle banded with a wreath of forget - me - nots in match - ng tones. She carried a bouquet of Johanna Hill roses. The bride and bridegroom were unattended. A reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents for the immediate relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Duke will reside at 134 Kitson st, Norwood. Mrs. Duke, the mother of the bridegroom, wore a gown of navy crepe with cut velvet sleeves and a corsage of American beauty roses. A matching felt hat completed heT costume. Mrs. J. Greenhalgh, sister of the bride, wore a gown of Burgundy chiffon velvet with matching felt hat. Toronto Girl Weds In Home Where Parents Married 24 Years Ago TORONTO, Oct. 29 Miss Katharine Slmser, of Toronto, was married' to Mr. F. W. Nicks, Halifax, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nicks, of Medicine Hat, Alta. The ceremony was performed in the home of the bride's parents, married in the same house 24 years ago. Miss Simser wore her mother's wedding dress and Rev. E. Graeb, who officiated at the parents' wedding, assisted Dr. J. R. P. Sclater in the service. Miss Madge Williamson, who played the wedding music for Mrs. Slmser, was at the piano. Maid of honor was Miss Betty Nicks, Winnipeg, sister of the bridegroom. Miss Anita Meyer, Toronto, was Miss Simser's bridesmaid and Mr. Floyd Bell, Ottawa, attended the groom. The couple will reside In Halifax. Beghin - Everton Bridal Solemnized in All Saints A marriage was solemnized In All Saints' church, Winnipeg, Oct 23, at 4 p.m., when Mabel Alice, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everton, of Transcona, became the bride of Mr. Charles Beghin, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Beghin, of St. Boniracc. The Rev. William Askey officiated. uiven in marriage by her father, the bride wore a tailored suit of beige wool, opening over an ecc - sbell moire blouse. Her hat was of brown chiffon velvet She woie a corsage of Talisman roses and lily of the valley. The bride and bridegroom were unattended. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Everton, mother of the bride, wore a brown wool georgette dress with a brown brimmed felt hat and corsage of Briarcliffe roses. Mrs. Beghin, mother of the bridegroom, wore a black taffctta dress with a black felt hat and corsage of Briarcliffe roses. Mr. and Mrs. Beghin will reside In St. Norbert Dall - Allan Bridal Held In St. Mary's Cathedral St. Mary's cathedral was the scene of a wedding October 13, when Agnes Millar, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Allan, became the bride of Mr. Alec G. Dall, son of Mrs. Marie Dall. Rev. Father G. O'Shea, of Gladstone, officiated. Mrs. H. McDonald sang Ave Maria during the offertory. The bride, w ho was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of sapphire blue crush resistant velvet, the bodice showing a square neckline, the skirt a flaring below the knees. The slashed back fastened with small covered buttons. The bodice was partly concealed by a matching bolero with full - length sleeves. Her hat was a matching turban with veil drapery. She carried a shower bouquet of Talisman roses and valley lilies. Miss Flora Allan, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and wore a gown of peach taffeta, trimmed with cerise velvet. Her Juliet cap was formed of cerise velvet flowers finished with a veil drapery. She carried a Colonial bouquet of Tea roses. Mr. Paul E. Gingras was best man. Mrfi Allan the hrldp'a mother. wore navy triple sheer with gold trimmings ana corsage was 01 Johanna Hill roses. Mrs. Dall, mother of the bridegroom, was in black crepe and lace gown with corsage of Johanna Hill roses. The wedding breakfast was served at the Marlborough hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Dall left by motor for North Dakota and Minnesota. They are residing at 53 Bank ave., St. Vital. Winnifred Dale Weds In Pretty Church Bridal Home Street United church was the setting for the marriage of Winnifred, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dale, and Mr. Thomas Edmonds, son of Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Knox, which took place Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock Rev. Hugh McFarlane officiated. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore an ultramarine blue velvet gown with silver metallic turban. She carried a bouquet of Talisman roses and lily of the valley. Miss Edith Dale, sister of the bride, and Miss Ivy Turley, were bridesmaids. They wore rust crepe and lace gowns, and carried bouquets of yellow chrysanthe mums. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. John Knox. The ushers were Mr. L. Humphries and Mr. Josepn Tenhaaft. Mrs. Dale, mother of the bride wore bottle - green crepe, the neck secured with rhincstone orna ments. She wore a corsage of Per net roses. Mrs. Knox, mother of the bridegroom, wore black crepe with cut velvet sleeves, and cor sage of Pernct roses. A reception was held at the home of the bride's pare: ts. Mr. and Mrs. Knox will reside In Winnipeg. Wedding at Cartwright CARTWRIGHT, Man At the United church parsonage, Oct. 20. Rev. W. A. McKim Young united in marriage Florence Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jamleson and Mr. Frank Roe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Roe, all of Cart - wright. The bride was attended by her sister. Miss Myrtle Grace Jamleson. The best man was Mr. Wilfred Jamleson, brother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Roe will reside on their farm north of Cartwright Wedding at The Manse MINIOTA, Man. A wedding was solemnized at the United church manse, Isabella. Man October 23, at 4 p.m., when Gwcn dolyn Eleanor, eldest daughter of Mr. J. J. Taylor and the late Mrs Taylor, of Miniota, became the bride of Mr. John Stephen Bell, only son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bell, of Blaris district. Rev. H. I Bowman performed the cere mony. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a costume of blue moire silk. Mr. and Mrs. Bell will reside in the Blaris district ' Wed in St Mary's at Brandon BELMONT, Man. A wedding was solemnized in St. Mary's church, Brandon, Oct. 16, when Edith Mabel, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kenyon. of Belmont, bccjme the bride of Mr. Robert Lyle Lang, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lang, of Belmont. Rev. J. I. McKlnny performed the ceremony. The bride was attired in a gown of blue chiffon velvet. She carried a bouquet of roses and carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Lang will reside in Belmont Doak Pratchen GILBERT PLAINS. Man. A wedding took place at the United church parsonage, Gilbert Plains, the afternoon of Oct. 24, when Beatrice Pearl Pratchen, of Dauphin, became the bride of Mr. Daniel William Doak, of Gilbert Plains. The bride and groom were attended by Mrs. E. R. Hcl - mer and Mr. Charles R. Doak. Rev. A. J. Radlcy performed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Doak will reside in G'lbcrt Plains. 1 7 1 I.'.J' Ve ... MINNESOTANS celebrated the completion of hard surface work on U.S. highway 75, between Noyes and Crookston, Wednesday. The top picture shows a section of the newly paved roadway leading Into Crookston. Highway officials of Minnesota and a representative from Manitoba arc shown below at Bernice Gwendolyn Godin Weds Ivan G. Fulford The marriage of Bernice Gwendolyn, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Godin, and Mr. Ivan Glenn Fulford eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fulford, both of Minitonas, took place in Robertson Memorial United church, Winnipeg, at 3.30 p.m., Oct 14. Rev. J. M. White officiated. Miss Melba Russenholt was the bridesmaid, and Mr. Dalhousie Fulford, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The bride wore a gown of white satin, featuring leg o'm u 1 1 o n sleeves and Elizabethan collar of white lace. Her veil was of white lace and she carried a bouquet of Talisman roses. The bridesmaid wore a navy flowered crepe gown with navy hat. Her corsage was of roses. A reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's uncle, Mr. J. Fulford. Mr. and Mrs. Fulford went to Mather for their wedding trip and also visited In Winnipeg. They have left for Minitonas, where they will reside. Verna Irene Hill Weds Stephen Joseph Patrick MINIOTA, Man., Oct 29 The wedding of Verna Irene, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Herman Hill, of Miniota, to Mr. Stephen Joseph Patrick, of Crandall, Man., third son of Mrs. Patrick, of Toronto, and the late Mr. Patrick, was solemnized at St. George's church, Birtle, October 23, at 3.30 p.m. Rev. VV. J. Finch performed the ceremony. The bride, given In marriace bv her father, wore an afternoon dress of brown crepe trimmed with Maltese lace, and a corsage of pink begonia and fern. Miss Mabel Hill, who attended her sister, chose a costume of navy crepe trimmed with white. The bridegroom was attended bv Mr. Eldon S. Robinson, of Kenton, Man. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's narents. Alter a wedding trip to Winni peg, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick will reside at Crandall, Man. Wed in Toronto The marriage took place Oct. 14, in St. Clement's Anglican church, North Toronto, of Audrey Louise, daughter of Mrs. Robert d'Esterre, 25 Sheldrake boulevard, Toronto, formerly of Winnipeg, to Mr. Eric Sharp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sharp. Rev. G. W. Nicolson officiated. Miss Olive Somerville played the wedding music. Dr. Roy McGilv - ray was best man. The bride wore a suit of beige wool trimmed with brown Persian lamb, brown French model hat and a corsage of green orchids. Miss Marjorie d'Esterre attended her sister as bridesmaid. She wore smart green taillcur with matching hat. Her corsage was of Talisman roses and lilies of the valley. Immediately following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Sharp left, for New York and Bermuda. They will reside in Ottawa. Madeline Rouse Is Bride United church, Kelwood, was the setting at 4 o'clock Oct. 21, for a wedding, when Madeline, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rouse, Riding Mountain, became the bride of Mr. Cecil Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Jackson, Kelwood. The ceremony was performed by Rev. James A. Browne. The hride wore a suit of Imported blue boucle and carried a sheaf of chrysanthemums. The maid of honor, Miss Avis Rouse, sister of the bride, wore an informal gown of mist green georgette. Mr. George Stephens attended the bridegroom. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson will make their home in Port Arthur, Ont. Wedding Announced Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Gray, 24 Essar ave., announfe the . marriage of their youngest daughter, Mona, to Mr. Lome Mills, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mills. 72 Lelghton, which took place Oct. 16 in All Saints' chapel. Rev. William Askey officiated. Maiie Graves Is Bride CARTWRIGHT, Man., Oct. 29 The United church manse was the scene of a wedding, Oct. 25, when Miss Mazie Graves, of Mather, was united in marriage to Mr. Alexander Norrie, of Pilot Mound. Mr. William Roy Baron was best man and Miss Laura Mae Graves, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Rev. W, A. McKim Young officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Norrie will make their home north of Pilot Mound. Celebrate Highway Completion Active at 87 . a r .. . ... . . wS bizrmi .... . DAN BEARD THE weight of his 87 years fails to keen U.S. Scout Commis sioner Dan Beard at home when there is a big event on the Boy Scouts' program. Above, in buck skin costume, "Uncle" Dan ad dresses present - day scouts on their annual pilgrimage to the grave of the late President Theodore Roose velt at Oyster Bay, L.I. f 'Jim i i !' I ill. ..aUiai.1 the banquet In the Methodist church, Crookston. Left to right are: M. A. Lyons, assistant highway commissioner for Manitoba; Mrs. M. W. Elsberg, and Mr. Elsberg, Minnesota state highways commissioner; W. A. Knapp, of Warren, banquet chairman, and Mayor W. J. Kirkwood, of Crookston. Motorcycle Policeman I . f .... .j fn - ; Truck Driver Charged Constable Frank Miller, of the traffic squad, escaped with cuts and bruises when he collided with a truck while on motorcycle duty on Main st, at Euclid ave., Thursday afternoon. He was given treatment at St Joseph's hospital but not detaind. Alex Koroluk, of Rosa, Man., driver of the truck, has been summonsed for turning without giving a signal. His case was remanded until Tuesday, without plea, in city. police court today. TORONTO BROKERS SUING LOCAL FIRM FOR UNPAID ACCOUNT Barrett, Seguln & Co., Toronto brokers, have filed an action in Court of King's Bench to recover S834 in commissions and other expense from William E. Bailor, Winnipeg mining broker. The plaintiffs claim they trans acted many stock deals on behalf of the defendant between Novem ber, 1936, and September, 1937. They are now' asking for settlement of the account Truck Driver Fined For Working Too Long First prosecution under a little known section of the Highway Traffic act resulted in a reprimand by Magistrate T. J. Murray in provincial police court for J Kovacs, 538 Montrose ave., for remaining on duty as a truck driver for more than nine hours in any 24 hours. Two motorists were fined for driving to the common danger and not producing a driver's licence. "FIVE MINUS LEAVES WRONG? Well, yes and no. The arithmetic of your school days taught that "If Mary had five dollars and spent two . . three dollars remained. But tha't is mathematics not shopping! In managing a home . . . guarding a limited family income . . . we've simply got to do better than Mary did. We must sharpen our buying wits . . . ascertain where the dollars of, extra value lurk . . . take five dollars to town and get much' more for. the money spent. Fortunately, there are ever - willing guides right at hand the advertisements in this newspaper. Advertised merchandise is often exceptional value merchandise. It makes dollars S - T - R - E - T - C - H. N.B. MINE STRIKERS HURL STONES AT CARS (By Th Canadian Praas MINTO, N.B., Oct 29 Violence broke out in the 17 - day strike of some 1,000 coal miners today when about 100 pickets stoned three cars at the mine of W. Benton Evans. One man was struck on the jaw and car windows were broken. Another worker was chased by strikers but he reached the mine safely. Evans said charges would be laid and Royal Canadian Mounted Police began an Inquiry Into the Incident The strikers demand recognition of the United Mine Workers of America. MAN WHO INSCRIBED "HANDS OFF ALBERTA" ON BANK IS REMANDED Canadian Presa Cablel LONDON, Oct 29 Herbert Bow - den appeared before the Lord Mayor, Sir Georgo Brondbrldge, at Mansion House Police court today as a consequence of having marked on the wall of the Bank of England the word "Hands Off Alberta." Bowden told the court he did it on his own impulse as a protest and was not acting on Instructions from someone else. A policeman overtook him Oct. 11 as he was escap ing irom tne scene on a bicycle. "You will be remanded in cus tody for seven days for a medical report," was the Lord Mayor's decision. TWO ACQUITTED OF SMUGGLING ALCOHOL FROM UNITED STATES Paul Stanlee and Eddie Hayes were acquitted by Judge Stacpoole in county court today after a two day trial on charges of conspiring to smuggle alcohol from the United States and defraud the Dominion government of the duty. Judge Stacpoole held the Crown failed to establish its case beyond suspicion. Two principal witnesses could be described as conspirators, the court held, and there was no corroboration of their contradic tory evidence. H. Sokolov appeared for the Crown, with A. J. Andrews, K.C., and M. D. bpivak, defending. ' Jas. F. Scarth, Toronto, Bank Manager, Dies By The Canadian Presa TORONTO, Oct 29. James F. Scarth, 62, manager of a large Toronto branch of the Imperial Bank of Canada, died at his home here Thursday of pneumonia. Born in Toronto, he entered the service of the bank 45 years ago and later became inspector for western Canada. Ten years ago he returned here as manager of the Queen and Yonge streets branch, one of the largest in the Dominion. C.C.F. CANDIDATES FOR WEST KILDONAN ELECTIONS ARE NAMED Four C.C.F. candidates to run in the West Kildonan municipal elections Nov. 19 were chosen at a meeting of the West Kildonan branch of the party Thursday. Councillor W. Langton was nominated to run again for the council. Mrs. A. Jordan and H. C. Avery and C. Collyer were named to stand for the school board, of which Mrs. Jordan and Mr. Avery are now members. TWO FOUR" CANADIAN PACIFIC ASSOCIATION TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE The Canadian Pacific association Is holding open house at its annual dinner dance at the Royal Alexandra hotel Friday, Nov. 5. More than 250 of the members have received notices of the event. The Informal party will include members of the association, members of their office staffs and retired officers, with their wives and guests. During the dinner hour a brief address will be given by W M. Neal, vice - president of the Canadian Pacifies western lines. The pro gram will also include baritone solos by Fitz - Herbert Hughes, selections by William Henry, elocutionist, and by the Merrit brass quartette. Harold Green and his Koyal Alexandrians will furnish music for dancing. Arrangements are made for cards for those who do not dance. F. Elder, president of the association, will be host DRUGGISTS ASK NEW DRUG BE STRICTLY REGULATED LOCALLY Officials of the Pharmaceutical association applied yesterday to Dr. F. W. Jackson, deputy minister oi neann ana public welfare, for a regulation from the provincial health board to prevent dispensing of sulfanilamide, except by prescription. Action by the board will require a resolution from the association, and this will be passed In a few days. Members of the deputation told Dr. Jackson that, so far as they knew, Manitoba druggists did not make a practice of selling sulfa, nilamide without a prescription. A ruling by the health board, they said, would make it easier for their association to see - that this pro. cedure was continued. BRITAIN MAY SPEND $3700,000 TO FIX UP ARMY BARRACKS LONDON, Oct. 29. The government proposed to spend 7,500,000 ($37,200,000), in modernizing barracks for the comfort and convenience of the soldier, Leslie Hore - Belisha, secretary for war, said today. The outlay, he said, would represent an effort to keep the British, army one of the most respected, interesting and healthy callings In the state, providing not only sound physical training but mechanical and scientific Instruction. The minister said the country was using barracks erected after the Crimean war. MAN WOUNDED AFTER ELPHINSTONE RAID APPEARS IN COURT Harvey Emerson Jones, charged with breaking and entering Du - fret's hardware store, Elphinstone, Man., Oct 14, appeared in provincial court this morning and was remanded until Friday, Nov. 5. He was released from hospital a few days ago after being treated for a bullet wound received from a police rifle, when the car in which he was riding did not stop when signalled by a R.C.M.P. patrol. The shooting occurred a short time after the Elphinstone robbery, on a highway near that town.

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