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The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada • Page 3

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Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
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PAGE THHIC Saskatchewan News as Seen by Leader Correspondents NOT BARGAINS VALUES 1 1 1 If THE LEADER. REGIXA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1923 WAR VETERANS PEGGY'S UPSTAIRS SHOP! HOWARD CLARKE cm I'linoc i riocd HLuMUnt, LU bo CADILLAC farmer takes his HORSES FROM POUND without permission? settles in court PRESBYTERIANS BID FAREWELL TO REV. OLIVER Fur-Trimmed AT statement that a Keijawr would Py the charges against tiiem. Nevertheless Jiussn took the horses and fiid not interest himself further in the matter for nearly three weeks afterwards and then only when a provincial policeman came with a summons. The court decided that ElTGrULAR $46.50 VALUES Fine English all-wool Duvctyns. In the wanted shades. Full lined and interlined. Fur collars and cuffs. News Notes $32-50 Sizes 16 to 42 Smart Hats From New York Pretty Hats for the Matron the Miss for business, street', or dress wear 47 not two alike. Hats that worth tip to $1 5.50. While they last Street Dresses Dresses that you have paid $22.50 for. All-wool cloths. Smartly trimmed with silk braids. i tSptexl to The Leacer) CADILLAC, Nor. 1. The poura- keeper was not at home when John Jansea wen; after three horses of his which soraeons bad run Into the local a-1. lockup. The wife of the pound testified la court that she did not rIt permission to Jan-1 sen to tak the horse away a his i FARMER HAD LIQUOR Convicted of "having" under the SasViatchc wan Temperance Act, Stanley Swanney, Balcarres, farmer, was fined $50 and costs, said a report from Constable A- MeFhall to provincial poiice headquarters Thursday. The costs were STEAL DOG. ARE FINED. Theft of an Airedale dog valued at belonging to Heln: Heyden, Koithern. cost E. X. Bradner and W. Hantley. Saskatoon elevator workers, tines of 110 each with costs amount! nir to J33. aea took iht nog with to Saskatoon, where they were arrested. On rrent they pleaded guilty. IS UNDER ARREST Charsred with beating: a board bill at Hudson Bay Junction, Alexander Bricker was arrested In Strasbourg- district Thursday by Ietec-tive-Sergeant Charles Dunnett, provincial police. He will be brought to jtegrtna to await an escort from the lh-tnce Albert division. DRUGGIST PAYS FINE V. H. Coad, Saskatoon druggist, paid a JIO fine at Outlook Wednesday when he was convicted of driving a vehicle into a stationary automobile and falling to return after the accident. The complainant was Mabel Barberry, Outlook. DROVE NEGLIGENTLY A fine of J50 and costs was taxed against Idoyd Wilson, Saskatoon commercial traveller, when he was convicted on a charge of negligent driving, contrary to the Vehicles Act at, Young, Tuesday. The case was heard by D. S. Mclver, justice of the peace. HOTEL-KEEPER FINED Prosecuted by Steve Thompson and G. R. Jolly, liquor commission operatives, Newton. Waldron, hotel proprietor, was found guilty of keeping liquor In a public place and fined J5o with an optional two months imprisonment. Newton wu Siven until November 19 to pay the fine, CHARGE DISMISSED At Torkton, Justice of the Peace Caldwell dismissed a charge against J. S. Puffy of being in possession of Uquor for the purpose of sale or barter. Chief of Police Anderson, who appeared for the Saskatchewan Liquor Curumission, asked leave to appeal which was granted. Three caes of assault reported to y-: Arthur VVaiTeV.HoldfasV Maimer, fined J15 end costs for as Provincial WILL OBSERVE ARMISTICE DAY Branch at Indian Head Will Hold Memorial Service ia Park (Special to The Leader.) INDIAN HEAD, Nov. 1. Arrange-mrits are rapidly being completed by the Great War Veterans Association for armistice day. A service will be held in the Memorial Park. There decoration of the yionument with wreaths of popples will take place. The churches will delay their morning servicesOll 11.30 in order that one big union congregation may take part in the service held at the park. Monday the Great War Veterans purpose holding their annual dance. The Ladies' Orange Benevolent Association held a. successful tea in the town hall, over $70 being raised. This will be given to the pantry fund in connection with children's orphanage here. Indian Head Citizens'' band gave a splendid concert of dnstru-mental and vocal music in tho auditorium. Under the leadership of Harry Reader the band, consisting of 24 pieces, rendered ten selections. A junior chorus, led by Miss S. Thomp- son; a vocal sextet by members of me women itusicai vjiud, ana vocal solos by Miss Effie Starr. Mrs. Shearer, Miss Birdie Holden and Miss Grace McConnel comprised the vocal part of the concert. School Inspector W. J. Stevenson, Mrs. Stevenson and two daughters of Regina, and Joe C. Starr, of Vancouver, B.C., were recent visitors at the home of D. Henry Starr. and son Carol left this werfk to spend the winter at their ranch In Texas. Mrs. E. C. Dyer and children left this week for Maple Creek to Join Mr. Dyer, who is an engineer employed with the town light plant. With Ivan Thacker as convener the social committee of the Young People's Club gave a successful Hallowe'en party in the Methodist Church. Music, games and refreshments appropriate to the season were enjoyed by the large crowd. A fortune telling booth with Miss L. Holden as fortune teller was the center of attraction during the evening. SCHOOL PARLIAMENT USES SHILLELAGH AS A MACE (Special to The Leader) QU'APPELLE, Nov. 1. This year the high school parliament has a mace which is in the "house" during every Kession. The legislature has no power if the mace is not present. The mace has a peculiar history. It is a shillalagh which was purchased in Killarney, Ireland, by Mr. Irvine, who has donated it to the parliament which wiH it as the mace. Principal, Miller and Miss Magda-lena Voght of Odessa, spent the weekend as guests of Mrs. O'Dwyer In Qu-Appelle. The first of a series of card parties was held at the basement of ihe Catholic church Tuesday evening. The conveners, who were Mrs. Le Grand and Mrs. Longpre, and the ex- I ccutive committee, J. H. Longpre and T. Desrochers, contributed largely towards the success of the party. The prize winners were: Mrs. A. Monelte, Mrs-D. Le Grand, J. A. Longpre, Paul Longpre. The sack of flour was won by Conrad Longpre. After the card playing refreshments were served to which ample jusitce was done. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hawkins and family will occupy the house on Qti'-Appelle street which was recently WILL BE TRIED FOR MURDER Marshall Douglas, farmer of the Poplar Dell district near Battleford, who has been committed to stand trial on a charge of murdering his wife and two children. Marshall is alleged to have used a razor and an axe to mutilate the body of his victims. ROULEAU L0.B.JL BID FAREWELL TO MRS. M'EWEN Lodge Members Present Address and Gift at Function in Lodgfe Room ROULEAU. Nov. 1. The members of the Ladies' Orange Benevolent Association gathered in the lodge rooms Tuesday to bid farewell to Mrs. Nelson McEwen who has been a member since shortly after the organization. Mrs. Ormson read an address of farewell and presented Mrs. McEwen with a French ivory clock. A social hour was spent in contests. followed by lunch. Mrs. McEwen leaves Saturday for her home in Vancouver. The Red Cross campaign being carried on this week is meeting with splendid results. Figures are not completed, as all the canvassers have not sent in their collections. John B-sberg arrived last week from San Francisco, to live here with his father. Lyle Jasper, of Hartney, spent a few days here last week. He had been at Wilcox for some time and left here for his home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston Dobson and Lula and Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Dob-eon and Claude are leaving the middle of November to spend the winter in Arizona and the southern states. R. A. Clarke and family, of the Adelaide district, are into town this week for the winter. W. T. Bodkin of the same district has into the Johnston home, Scott avenue. Stanley Johnston and Geo. Doroly left last week for Detroit where they plan to spend the winter. The Salvation Army canvassed the town Monday and received many contributions to their funds. Miss'Josie- Rogers, of the Grey Nuns' Hospital staff, Is spending a few weeks with her parents, recuperating from illness. Hallowe'en passed off very quietly here. "Treats" not "tricks" were the order of the evening. HAS RECORD YIELD A record yield of oats is reported from Lloydmineter, where R. S. Syrnonds threshed 140 bushels to the afi from a 1 1-2 acre patch. The rest of his oat crop yielded an average IK Present Well Filled Purse and Address to Minister and His Wife (Special to The Leadert MOOSOMIN. Nov. 1. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church was packed on the occasion of the farewell reception and supper tendered by the congregation to the Rev. D. L. and Mrs. Oliver prior to their leaving for Vancouver, B.C., where they will reside. A feature of the function was the presentation to Rev. and. Mrs. Oliver of an appreciative address and a well-iilled purse as a token of ihe 1 9i Rev. Oliver. esteem in which they are held by the congregation of St. Andrew's and Or-angeville churches. The address was i read by Judge A. G. Farrell and the presentation made on behalf of the congregations by John McCracken. Rev. Oliver replied, thanking them i tor the generous gift and voicing his regret at leaving his many friends here, not only in his own congregations, but among the other churches in town. Brief addresses were given by the following representatives of the various churches: Methodist churcii. Rev- A- J- Belton, B.D., and O. Neff; Baptist church, John McCurdy; Ang lican church, G. A. Whiting; hospital board, W. Pennington; G. W. V. F. Kind; Moosomin council. Mayor McCurdy; Old TlmepB of Moosomin, A E. Laycock andJ. C. Jopp. Two well rendered solos were sung by Mrs. F. G. Cockshott; a piano solo by Miss Waik and a reading by D. S. McNeill. Miss Gibson also contributed an enjoyable solo. Rev. Mr. Clackson of Wapella presided in his usual happy manner, Dr. Henderson of Vandura was also present and gave an appropriate address. Supper was served by the ladies. Rev. D. L. Oliver has "Tieen pastor of the Moosomin Presbyterian church for nearly a quarter of a century and during that time the church has prospered under his ministhy. He has taken a deep Interest in local affairs, and has been for many years a director of the Moosomin general hospital. During the. war he was chaplain cf an overseas battalion. They left for Vancouver Thursday, where they will take up residence. Much sympathy is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phin in the loss of their infant daughter, whose death occurred on Sunday. Tha funeral was held Monday. Mrs. J. G. Donald and Miss Ruby Donald left for Vancouver Thursday, where they will spend the winter. T. G. Phillips and daughter of Cut Knife, renewed acquaintances in town this week, on their, return from Ontario. Miss E. D. Lindsay of Moose Jaw is some time at her home here and at Rocanville. An enjoyable novelty dane was held in the armory on Wednesday night under the auspices of the G. W. V. A. Welwyn orchestra furnished the music. ADMIRAL ADMIRAL. airs. Joe Doyle and children arrived Saturday to make their home in Admiral. Mrs. D. Sneddon was taken to Shaunavon Hospital Monday when she underwent an operation for ap--pendicltis. Mrs. Harry Buckwold who bas been in Shaunavon hospital fori a week ie expected home soon. Frank Dunham is. improving rapidly from his accident of ten days Jassen was at fault, and the bill was $33. Instead of the original $5. FINED FOR VAGRANCY Jesse Gallant, poolroom keeper cf Vanguard. was convicted on a charge of vagrancy when arraigned before A. Liboiron, justice of the peace, Tuesday. He was fined $10 and costs. The charge was laid by Constable J. A. Mestdagh. S.P.P., Aneroid. BATTLE PRAIRIE FIRE. Hundreds of farmers Tuesday battled a fierce prairie fire that swept over a 25-mlis stretch of Country east of, Plato, on the branch of th C.X.R Several train crews abandoned their raiiwav wdrk to help fight the flamey while farmers were called by rural telephone from all corners of the district. Percy Lindsay lost a 90 acres crop in stook. DRUNK IS FINED. Arrested while drunk. George Blakley, Canora. paid fines totalling $70 with additional coirt costs. Blakley keeping liquor in a public place, for which he was fined $5 and costs. A second ehars-e that of becoming intoxicated whilst an interdicted person was also met with a plea of guilty. A fine of $20 and costs was imposed for that offense. companion, William Gow, telephone linesman, pleaded guilty to unlawful consumption of liquor and was $25 and costs. MEN GET JOBS. Following the conviction of two laborers. Charles Lane and Joe Morten, no fixed abode, in provincial police court, Swift Current, on charges of vagrancy, the pair were given six months' suspended sentence, fined the costs of the court and ordered to report to the police every two weeks. The police immediately afterwards found jobs for both men In the Swift Current district. GUN IS CONFISCATED. Joe Hall. Chinese cafe keeper at Driver, came in for duaT penalties on charges laid by Corporal Smith, S.P.P., Tuesday. Convicted on a charge of possessing a rifle without' the necessary permit required by an- alien, he was fined $4 and costs, and the firearm was confiscated. On a charge of conducting a game of chance he was fined the costs of the court and the machine was seized. TO HOLD CONVENTIONS Annual county organization conventions of the Saskatchewan Grain Growers' Association are to be held at Bengough Tuesday and at Limerick and Willow Bunch Wednesday. George F. Edwards of Markinch, vice-president, will represent the association at the annual Thunder Creek constituency convention to be held in the Y.M.C.A. at Moose Jaw, Friday, November 9. MRS KUSCH IS DEAD. Mrs. Julia Kusch, Saskatoon's first white woman, died in hospital there Thursday after an illness of Jess than a week. Mrs. Kusch was years old. She was unconscious five days before the end came. Mrs. Kuach arrived in Saskatoon with her husband, and seven children on May 7, 1883. She came from where she had settled nearly sixty years ago. She was born in Danzig, Poland. foiana. BARN BY FIRE Lm-'SS I $2,000 Livestock Is SaV-j From Death ia Midnight Blaze (Special to The Lteri itE. Xov. i. Howir 1 a ts 009 barn by Are n.gnt. When tlrsi eeen by h.s brother resldln on next farm, f.irafs were through trie rocf rf the The lire in tne loft. Mr. Clarke was immediately notine.l by telephone mtI with real eflort the livestock was saved, but considerable harness end feed were a toal loss. The hirn wi partially covered by Insurance. Miss Mae Guthrie, cf fipestone. her ctmsm. J. M. Stephens, at th Fillmore school -aff, was guesi a the home of Mr. and Mr. K. O. Cooke. The senior group of tue C.G.I.T., the "Co-i sellers." entertained n.jcht at a Hallowe'en party at Mrs, Kpurrr's. Witches, goblins and elves t-re present despite th date. The vwrin were suitably with Halloween gar-land. black rata and pumpkins, whiie figures lurked lu the shadows of rooms dimly lighted with grinning Jack- Lanterns. Oim? were pAyeJ until lunch. Music for evening was contributed by Mrs'. I'haa. Alii-s. HOHEMAKERS WILL BEAUTIFY CEMETERY Club at Cadillac Li Also Preparing Program for Community Entertainment CADILLAC. Nov. 1. The last of "out in the country i the Cadillac Homcmakers Club for this sfisun was held at the home of Mrs. I- If. Bradley. Mrs. F. V. lover, Mrs. I- H. Bradley. Miss I look and Miss G. Laurie, comprise a committee c-n arrangements for a community entertainment to be neld In the near future. The secretary was instructed to write -to the municipal council for Permission to beautify the appearance of the cemetery. The ladic3 Intend having trie ground, which is already broken, summerfaliowed year in order to facilitate trea planting the following spring. Mes-cianies 11. Bradley. T. Kendall, O. C. Fiher, 11 Bieslin. R. Alcorn. J. Peterson. S. A. Warrener and MUs Ildru Martin have been appointed to canvass their respective districts for nvniboi or contributions tile, Cross. Members arranged to, re -id a ton of coal and some warm wtntor clothing to an ags eupie sn this community- -m iss and outline of fedentl laws u. which showed) t.iouThtfut preparation. The report or the ilistrict omtmatera u'u- in Aneroid as given 1 ne u. A cheery trom eacn nu-iiiuer was the response give; rail. Mrs. J. Peterson, 1 aurie. and Miss G. Laur as- sisted the Mrs. J. It. McDonald and dauglitcr Mary are visiting relatives in and Bntroit. Mr, an Mr. T. I- Collins and Mrs. V. H. are holidaym? in whero they have relatives j. acquaintances. Temperatures as low as seven above zero wsre recorded at tlie weaiRer during the cold snap, Some snow fell hut it was evapor- I ited Into atmosphere and ieft no'7ci hastlfrntld on i Roughs and creeks fo that ducks have taken to stubbie fields and straw for tiielr living. Harry 1'jye, secretary of the Hall-fusdalo G.G.A., made a trip to last week, and returned with Ins bride to receive the good wishes t'i tric nos. irs. aye was Miss Annie Kirkpatrick. Both young) people are former New Prims KEELER KKELKR RiissV: fcllliot broke his nrni while cranking his car this week-Mrs. Samuel Haight arrived home irora Rertna Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Reynolds have arrived home after spending a tew days in Keg'na and Moose Jaw. Milton Pavis is giving up farming In this district and is taking up a r.fw position in' an ett-vator at War- lim. Mr. Graham has left for his home I in Vancouver. The people of Keeler district, and for a radius of 20 miles around Keel-n are selling out stock and equipment. Wm. Watson, an auctioneer this district, tas 25 sales on his list tho pre sent time. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips are leaving Sault Ste. Marie, whre they will I it main for the winter. f. and Mrs. Fred Brown have moved to Moose Jaw for the winter. A very interesting "SOO" party was held In the hail under the auspices the local baseball management. I The prixes were won by Andrew Gio- I vant, Miss B. Grerg, Mrs. J. A. Forbes. James Banning, John Operle and H. Phillips. Glen Wilson, who has been in bed ir the past fotir months with double pneumonia, is on the road to recovery. His condition has been very critical at times. i I I thV rll Sizes to 40 Dresses of Old Tyme Crepe, Canton. very smart Dresses. Better values are wonderful. Regular Values to $27.50 UPSTAIRS vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ra-cette and family. Mrs. Racette and her family are leaving -for Montreal Sunday night, where they intend to One to in dish dishes rvi uing Mrs. Gotlieb Walker; Stitz, rreeceville, $3 and costs Hats in all Silk Crepe. Some see these. The OVER KELLY'S make their home. Mr. Racette will stay In Qu'Appelle until spring, when he will join his wife and family i-i their new home. two tablespoonsful water makes the spotlessly clean. Jan. 5. Return limit, a small charge. 1st day 3rd day 3rd day HO95 Fares 1 ago. age of 120 busheis. 14 MU 4 fcl Ti 7 lilAtUKSION ago. of 120 bushels. Tickets on Sale to Eastern Canada, Dec. 1 to 3 months. Privilege-' of extension on payment of Tim 1 aa-Tttuuiu uaugliLfl, real Stitz; and Johh Manek, Meacham, $-0 and costs for assaulting Steve Starth. SHIP 500,000 BUSHELS WHEAT I7D AM A HI rfflHK XV. ill Uli I Li DUlliJ Over Half of Grain Is Marketed for ThdS Year Elevators Con- nnn tain 30,000 Bushels (Special to The Leader.) LA FLECHH, Nov. 1. Over half a million bushels of wheat have been shipped from La Kleche this season, and about 30,000 bushels are in the local elevators at present. This Is over half of the wneat to be marketed herfe. Three cars of flax and two of rye have been shipped from this point. Mrs. Thos. Scott, who has been suffering for two weeks from the result of a falL Is much improved and back at her own home. She has visiting l'r Miss Ina Scott, her sister-in-law, from Saskatoon. She will leave next week. August Jalbert, farmer, living 15 miles south of La Fleche, commenced nauling his wheat Tuesday, using his engine, which brought two wagons containing" 2T5 busheis. It took him five hours to make the trip. R- L. Wallace, of San Francisco, motored from Detroit to Regina, whre he met his wife, who has been visiting her parents and sisters and brothers fur two months. They came tn La Fleche to visit Mr. and Mrs. EJ. Hendsbee. and went to Swift Current, where they visited Mrs. Hammond for a few days. Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Ed. Hendsbee are sisters and hadn't seen each other for 12 years until this summer. Born To Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Miller, a son. Dr. Strang, of Regina, he'd a special service in the Presbyterian church here. Sunday in the interest of mission, both home and foreign. WHITEWOOLV WHTTHWOOD. Born in ''WTilte- rood to Mr. and Mrs. Cosgrave, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. A. fields, a son. Roy of Kipling, spent the past week-end at his home here. Gibson Son shipped a carload cf cattle to Winnipeg lat week. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Hawkes. of Broadview, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McDonald. Wm. Emigh shipped a car of stock to Winnipeg Saturday. A very successful dance was held recently at St. Luke's in aid of the Whitewood Memorial Society. The function was well attended and the music supplied by the Howard Bros, and the Whitewood on i.m x- the ladies of the district served sun- C. W. Larry and son arret; were recent visitors to Wirihipeg'. To Central U.S. A Various destinations, Dec. 1 to Jan. 5. Return limit, 3 months. To Pacific Coast Vancouver, Victoria, Xew Westminster, Dec. 4,6, 11, 13, Jan. 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 21; Feb. 5, 7. Return limit, April 15, 1924. California Tours Special Arrangements. Liberal Stopover Privileges Choice of Routes. DAILY TRAIN SERVICE Leave Regina Ait. Winnipeg 6.40 p.m. 8.55 a.m. 7.40 a.rn. 9.55 a.m. Toronto Montreal Arr. Arr. Through Tourist Sleepers for Various Old Country Sailings Plan Your Trip Right-" Travel National" Fullest information from any C.N.R. Agent or C.N.R. Tourist and Travel Bureau, McCallum-Hill Building, Regina. Phone 3357. Or write Wm. Stapleton, District Passenger Agent, Saskatoon. lO Sorted: Manufactured by 25 Imperial Tobacco Company tev jpkJ ci Canada Limited U- A I- 4 ri ft 1) I Ti i nil ii imtmt mft I 1

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