The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on May 29, 1939 · 11
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THE LEADER-POST, REGINA, MONDAY, MAY 29, 1939 AGE EXE VEX j 54 Honsei For Sale IX-ROOMED BOUSE: LAKE VIEW; RWjDR. Q- A. BLACKWELL. D.C.. LT keai; softenar; uuuiaMd; garage. A bar gain, gi.OOu. Wailac a liiln, 1U1 Con-waU BUM. Phoc (122. LAJCEVtEW. -R. BNG.. RETaXLACK fit.. 37 lot, hwd. floor, r M ; 12,800. reasonable term. Brook A AiUson, l&il Scarth. FIVE ROOMED COTTAGE ; N.B.; BXMI-modera: Hno. Wailac MiDM. 1U1 Con-wail St. Poon 8122. AROOll MODERN mTTaRK U RT.K Montagu. (3.900. with uoo cash; balance monthly. Drop m nasi. Ltd., Canada lti BWa. 58 Real Estate Sale or Ex. PARTY WISHES TRADE 8-ROOM HOUSE, weat Regina. for quipped mixed farm. Box 142, Leader-Post. 59 Automobiles For Sale s 1930 FORD Coach In nlct hape. A very dependable and economical car to operate. Attractively priced at SEE OUR COMPLETE LIST 11th AVE. AT SMITH. PH. 5713. Tune in CKCK Sunday, 4:30 to 4:43 p.m. (M S T.) for "Pacific Paradise" Program. 1937 PLYMOUTH TUDOR TOURING aedan. A real map at 3723. Saak. Motor Co.. Broad at 14th; phone 6446. Downtown showrooms, 1931 Rose; phone 29233. CHEVROLET TOURING; 330. 2232 Retallack. GOOD SHAPE; 1928 SEDAN; GOOD SHAPE; REBORED. Cheap for cash. 1355 Argyle. 1934 PLYMOUTH BED AN; HE ATE r"; privately owned. Cheap for caah. 2260 Robinson. 1927 McLAUOHLIN-BUICK COACH. IN good condition, ready for reliable driving. Priced for quick sale, 3225. General Motors Products of Canada Ltd., Retail Branch, Rosa at 12th Ave. Phones: 4424-8441 1929 NASH SEDAJV. ANOTHER OF OUR Royal Vlait specials. Priced for quick sale at $275. General Motors Products of Canada. Limited, Retail Branch, Rose at 12th Ave. Phones 4424-8443. 1938 DODGE SEDAN; HEATER AND radio; (795. I. J. Haug Sons, Ltd., 1830 Albert. Phone 7221. Distributors for Btudebaker. 1928 FORD A TUDOR, (195. SASK. Motor Co., Broad St. at 14th Ave.; phone 8446. Downtown showrooms, 1951 Rose; phone 29253. 1930 FORD MODEL A COUPE. (163. Canadian Motor Ltd.. Rcgina's Ford Dealer, 2051 Albert. Phone 7667. 1935 DODGE COACH; NEW RUBBER and paint; heater; (465. I. J. Haug A Sons, Ltd. Used Car Lot. 11th Ave. at Albert. Distributors for Btudebaker. 1927 CHEV. SEDAN. HERE'S ANOTHER of our Royal Visit specials in excellent condition. You will have to see It to appreciate this bargain. (200. General Motors Products of Canada Ltd., Retail Branch, Knee at 12th Ave. Phones: 4424-8443. 1930 HUPMOBILE COUPE; HEATER AND H.D. tires; (275. Canadian Motors Ltd.. Reglna's Ford Dealer, 2051 Albeit. Phone 7667. 1928 CHEV. COACH, (195. SABIMOTOR Co., Broad St. at 14th Ave.; phone 8446. Downtown showrooms, 1951 Rose; phone 29233. 1935 CHEV. COACH; ALL H.D. TIRES; (525. Canadian Motors Ltd., Begins' Ford Dealer, 2051 Albert Phone 7667. 1937 LAFAYETTE SEDAN. JUST AS fin and as well kept as you can buy. Throughout this ear Is absolutely parfect. All good tires In excellent shape. (825. General Motors Products of Canada Ltd., Retail Branch, Rose at 12th Ave. Phones: 4424-8443. 1935 PLYMOUTH COACH; HEATER. H.D. fronts; (345. Canadian Motors Ltd., Renins' Ford Dealer, 2051 Albert. Phone 7867. (375 CREDIT NOTE ON 1939 PLY-mouth. Will sell for $200. Apply Box 7O40, Leader-Post. 1937 FORD V8. 85-H.P., DELUXE COUPE, (875. Saak. Motor Co., Broad at 14th Ave. ; phone 6446. Downtown showrooms, 1951 Rose; phone 29253. 1937 CHEV. COACH. NOT A MARK OR blemish In Its entirety upholstery that looks as If It were new. Another Royal Visit special, $725. General Motors Products of Canada Ltd., Retail Branch, Rose at 12th Ave. Phones 4424-8443. 1935 CHRYSLER Sedan Good motor; fair tires; needs some repair. $365 Box 144, Leader-Post. 1932 CHEVROLET COAQH, GOOD RUB- her, completely reconditioned; new paint $345.00. Central Garage, Ponteix. 1936 CHEVROLET. BARGAIN, $550. 4125. Writ Box 65, Reglna, Bask. PH 1927 PONTIAC COACH, LOW MILEAGE. 3115 12th Ave, BUICK MASTER SEDAN; SNAP $150. Bell Motors. , 1928 FORD MODEL A COUPE, $150. Sask. Motor Co., Broad at 14th; phone 6448. Downtown showrooms, 1951 Rose phone 29233. 1931 FORD SEDAN, NEW TIRES, COM-pletely reconditioned; new paint; $295 Central Garage, Ponteix. 1936 TERRAPLANE COACH; GOOD RUB-ber, new painl; $575. I. J. Haug A Sons, Ltd . Used Car Lot, 11th Ave. at Albert. Distributors for Btudebaker. 1938 CHEV. COACH. THIS JOB IS IN perfect condition. Hurry for this one at $825. I. J. Haug A Sons, Ltd., 1850 Albert Phone 7221. Distributor for Btudebaker. BEFORE BUYING A CAR INVESTIGATE our low finance rates. Drope A Hoale, Ltd. Ph. 8585. 1936 FOR V8 LIGHT DELIVERY TRUCK. (625. Canadian Motors Ltd.. Reglna Ford Dealer, 3051 Albert. Ph. 7667. 1'4 TON INT. TRUCK GRAIN TANK J IM. Will trade, what have you? Apply Bell Motor. CABIN TRAILER FOR SALE; STEEL covered: neat and sturdy. Box 81, Wa dena, saak. CABIN TRAILER, FURNISHED. 1077 Athol St. Phone 91260. 1 TON CHEVROLET TRUCK WITH grain box, $173. Bell Motors. DIAMOND "T" TRUCKS FROM -TON up. I. J. Haug A Sons. Ltd. Used Car Lot, 1830 Albert Street, Regina. 60 Trucks & Trailers For Sale 1 TON LIGHT DEL. TRUCK; SNAP $150. Bell Motors. 61 Autos Wanted SPOT CASH for your car JAMES MOTOR SALES PHONE 6337. 65 Radiator Repairs SEE US FIRST FOR USED OR NEW radiators, any car or tractor. Modern Radiator Service, 1932 Albert St., Reglna Barristers Solicitors HODGES A NOONAN Barrister and Solicitor PTinn 1266. 202 Leader-Post Bldg . Reglna GEO. S KENNEDYAlRRT8TER7ETa 101 Dark Bioek. Phone 23123. Cleaners and Dyers Parisian dye works, quick service ltd" Service Dry Cleaners Phone 8409. Expert 4-hour servic. Business at! hofcssitmal 67 DIRECTORY Chiropractors Custom Tailors J. KULLMAN A SON. GENTS' AND ladies' tailors. Ciothe ef quality and dia-unction. 2022 12th An. Phoaa 2208. Dentists t""- ni.ii.--ut. uuiiui a nt.eaji iroaer euiming rnon tms. rD a r 'nmrDuiv no r,r' Tr Harvard University 102 Westmaa Chbrs. Pboo Mil. DRS. SMITH. SMITH MCGREGOR 512 Broder Buiidini. Regina. Phone U317. DR. C W. PARKER Phone 3438. a08 Broder Building. DR. ALEX, a MINTZ 114 Broder Bldg. Phone 608S. Flag Poles UP TO 40 FEET LONG. BE READY Order now. WEATERN MFG. CO. PHONE 2585. Floor Surfacing ELECTRIC FLOOR SURFACING AT lowest prices. Eatlmatec free. The Armstrong Agencies Phone 7713. 1843 Rose Street. Osteopathic Physicians DR. ANNA E. NORTHUP 405 Sterling Trust Bldg. Regina. Ph. 23877 Opticians M. G. HOWE Eyes Examined Glasaas Fitted 1739 Scarth Street Plumbing and Heating ENJOY THE UTILITY COMFORT AND safety of a modernised bathroom. Consult Acme Plumbing. Phone 80o6. Printers and Stationers COMMERCIAL PRINTERS. LTD. SEE our beautiful line of 1040 calendars for office and home distribution. 1935 Albert Street Phones: 8404-3-6. Venetian Blinds BEST QUALITY, 80c SQ. FT. (MIN. 10 feet). Western Mfg. Co. Phone 92385. LEAGUE LEADERS NATIONAL LEAGUE W. L. Pet. Cincinnati 24 11 .688 St. Louis 21 12 .6.16 Chicago 18 17 .314 Pittsburg 17 17 ,5O0 Brooklyn 14 17 .452 New York 15 19 .441 Boston 14 19 .424 Philadelphia 11 20 .355 Hunday's Keore Brooklyn, 18; Boston, 12. Chicago, 6; Pittsburg, 2. New York, 7; Philadelphia, 2. Cincinnati, 5-8; St. Louli, 6-4. AMERICAN LEAGUE W. L. New York 27 6 Boston 20 10 Pet .818 .667 .545 Chicago 18 15 Cleveland Detroit Washington 81. Louis Philadelphia 17 15 .531 14 21 12 21 .400 .364 12 22 .353 11 21 .344 Sunday' plcore New York, 9; Philadelphia, 5. Cleveland, 8; Chicago, 0. Detroit, 6; St. Louie, 2. Boston, 12; Washington, T. INTERNATIONAL LEGl E W. L. Pet Rochester 21 13 Jersey City 23 15 Newark 21 15 Buffalo 15 16 Syracuse 18 20 .618 .605 .583 .484 474 Baltlmor 16 18 .471 Montreal 18 20 . 444 Toronto 12 24 .333 Sunday's Heore Buffalo. 13-4; Rochester, 3-7. Toronto, 3; Montreal, 3. Jersey City, 3-13: Balllmore, 4-5 Syracuse, 4-3; Newark, 3-2. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W. L. Pet. Kansas City 27 12 . 692 Minneapolis 23 15 605 Milwaukee 22 19 Indianapolis 20 20 Columbus 19 20 St. Paul 17 20 Louisville 13 21 Toledo 12 27 537 500 487 4M) m 308 Sunday' Scores Columbus, 9-1; Indianapolis. 11-0. Kansas City, 11-1; Milwaukee, 6-6. Minneapolis, 4; St. Paul, 2. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Hollywood, 2; Oakland, 3. San Diego. 12; Seattle, 3. San Francisco, 3; Los Angelas, I. Sacramento, 4; Portland. 9. Saturday Baseball NATIONAL LEAGUE R H E New York 261 000 10010 14 1 Philadelphia 001 000 000 I 8 4 Batteries Schumarher, Polndexter and Dannlng; Holllngaworth, Henry, Schntt and Millies. R H E Pittsburg 220 022 010 9 11 2 Chicago 000 000 100 1 5 1 BatterleiSewell and Berres; Hlgbe, Harrell, Llllard and Mancuao. R. H. E. Boston 100 010 000 2 5 1 Brooklyn 100 120 OOx 4 7 1 Batteries Fette. Errirkson, Shnrrner and Lopei; Hamlin and Phelps, Hayworth R. H. E. Cincinnati 000 Oil 10 3 10 1 St. Louie 100 0O0 10 2 4 1 Batteries Grlsanm, R- Davis, L. Moore and Lombardi; Cooper, Shoun and Owen, Franks. AMERICAN LEAGUE R. H. E Washington 0O0 000 013 4 11 3 Boston 401 120 03x 11 11 1 Batteries Deshong and Ferrell; Grove and Desauteli. Washington 200 001 300 6 11 1 Boston 005 000 101 7 10 1 Batterlei Krakaaeka. Appleton and Early; Auker, Wilson and Desautele. First game R. H E. Philadelphia 011 000 000 2 6 1 New York 620 000 OOx 8 5 2 Batteries Parmalee, Beckman and Hayes; Gomes and Dickey. Second game R. H. E. Philadelphia SOO 120 100 9 12 2 New York 010 230 50x 11 10 1 Batteries Joyce. Dean and Brucker; Pearson, Sundra, Murphy and Dickey. R. H. E Chicago Km 200 102 6 12 2 Cleveland 302 002 OOX 7 11 1 Batteries Rigney, Frailer and Tresh; Mllnar, Humphries end Hemiley. R. H. E St Louis . 110 010 020 5 8 0 Detroit 103 1.12 02X-12 . 0 Batteries-Kennedy, Trotter and Sullivan; Bridges and Tebbeta. INTERNATIONAL I.KAM E Jersey City, 2; Baltimore. 1. Rochester, 6; Montreal, 6. Buffalo, 8; Toronto. 6. Newark, 6; Syracuse. 3. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Indianapolis . 5; Columbus, 1. Minneapolis. 6; Milwaukee. 1. Kansas City, 9; St. Paul. 0. PifiKir coast i.moi ; Hollywood. 0: Oakland, 6. Han Francisco, 9, Los Angeles, 10. Sacramento, 2; Portland. 4. San Diego, 4; Seattle, 6 NOKOMIS NET EVENT SUCCESS (Special Despatch) NOKOMIS, May 29,-Ideal weath er and a great display of enthusiasm assisted in making the an-! nual Nokomis tennis tournament a hugs succesa Irene Milner and Alan Morris defeated Evelyn Ham llton and Joe Hadfleld in the finals of the tournament. J. E. M. Young and A Herscovire defeated Dr. Rennlrk nd J. H. Marvin In the consolation. 1 MEYRONNE TEACHERS PLAN SCHOQL STRIKE (Special Despatch) MEYRONNE, Sask.. May 29. Teachers of the Meyronne inspectoral voted 85 percent in favor of, a demonstration strike at a meeting in Meyronne Saturday. All public schools in the inspectorate will be closed June 1 and 2. The strike will affect approximately 120 teachers. Purpose of the strike, as given out by the strike committee, is threefold: To impress upon the pro vincial government the urgent necessity for prompt payment of grants; to indicate to the Saskat chewan Teachers' federation that the teachers of this part of the province are serious in their demand for action, and to call atten tion of the general public to the intolerable conditions under which teachers are working. MELFORT HOLDS BIG GOLF EVENT (Special Despatch) MELFORT, May 29. Twenty-one men took part in the 18-hole medal play sweepstake played at the Mel-fort golf course. The weather man co-operated to make the day Ideal for ardent golfers. Fred Harding was the winner with a gross score of 78. The handi cap was won by T. Greig with 87 less 16 handicap. The hidden hole was also won by Fred Harding with a birdie three on the sixth hole. In the Afternoon a mixed two some was played and brought out 28 players. Winners were: Low gross for ladies, Mrs. Hutches'' n; low net, Mrs. Fry; hidden hole, Mrs. Hutcheson. Men's low gross, F. Harding; low net, Dr. Hutcheson; hidden hole, W. B. Fry. Pitch and putt competition: Ladies, Mrs. G. Lancaster and Miss I. Jameson; men's, F. Harding and G. Lancaster. OLD STUFF FOR CHICAGO COACH EDMONTON, May 29 Har-y Wilson, the veteran P:cago bas ketball coach, arrived Sunday night with his Queen Anne's Ares to open a three-game challenge series tonight with Edmonton Grads lor the Underwood Women's International Basketball trsph. Wilson has bejii here so often with previous challenging teams he now calls Edmonton "my second home." The Queen Anne girls, among them four players who were along last year with his All-Stars, bear his fourteenth challenge. Total points will count in the ser ies, second game of which will be played Wednesday and the third, Friday, the day of the royal visit Last year Wilson's All-Stars lost three straight games by a total of 33 points. RICETON WINS THREE STRAIGHT (Special Despatch) RICETON, May 29--The Riceton Renowns won their third consecutive victory in the Gumbo Baseball league when they defeated Estlin W). Renowns' brilliant right-hand pitching star, David Montgomery, held Estlin to three hits and struck out 10, while his mates connected for 11 safe blows off the Estlin hurler. Lindsay Johnson led the Re nowns, hitting safely three times. The battery for Riceton was Mont-; gomery and Kawuza. CARNDUFF THIRD AT GLEN EWEN (Special Despatch) CARNDUFF, May 29--The Cam- duff ball team took third place at the Glen Ewen sports. Four teams competed. Sherwood beat Carnduff 3-0 in the opener and tnen frroDisner won over Oxbow 2-1 In a 10-inning thriller. Sherwood, the North Dakota team, took the final, trim ming Frobisher 7-1. Carnduff downed Oxbow 6-1 for third money. Softball, horse racing and other sports rounded out the day. SHUTTLE STAR I LEAVES COAST VANCOUVER, May 29. - Dick Birch, Canadian men's singles badminton champion, left Saturday for Montreal where he will make his home. Dick won the Dominion title at Toronto this year after his club-mate, Johnny Samls, injured his ankle and was unable to defend his crown. Birch captured the 1937 singles crown but was unable to defend the title last year because of Illness. I Cricket Results LONDON, May 29. 4Close-of-play scores in English nut-class cricket matches started Saturday follow: Sussex, 1S2; Middlesex, 161 for three wickets. Essex, 271 (Nlt'hols 118 not out); vs. Worcestershire. Leicestershire, 134; Northamptonshire, 280 for two wickets (Brookes 120 not out). Surrey, 208; Nottinghamshire, 155 for two wickets. Warwickshire, 141 (Cnpson five for 47); Derbyshire, 137 for five wickets. Kent, 134 (Heath five for 48); Hampshire, 211 for nine wickets. Laneaghire, 300; Yorkshire, 67 for one wicket. Somerset, 247 (Gimhlott 108); Gloucestershire, 126 for four. Glamorgan, 377 (Wooller 111); West Indies, 47 for five wickets. Oxford University, 2S3; Free Foresters, 92 for four wickets. DISCI SSKM WORK A. E. Snell, Ottawa, director of the St. John Ambulance association met local executives In Regina Saturday night and discussed the work for the following year. Mr. Snell was pleased with the work carried on by the euisociation In Regina, Moose Jaw and Estevan. On Monday he Inspected first aid teams at Saskatoon and will con tinue to prince Albert on Tuesday. New York Stocks (By, James Richardson A Sons. Mondaj. May II American ran American Cel. . Amer. and For Pr . , Amer. Power and Lt. .. Amer. Smelters , Amer. Tel. and Tel. . . , Amer. Tob. B . . Anaconda Copper . . American W W. , , , Auburn Motor Beth. Steel .. Borden and Co. , Bngg Mfg. Co. ., Canada Dry C. P. R . Case Threshing Chrysler Motor . . , , Coca Cola . , Congoleum Nairn . Cons. Edison . ., Continental Can ., , Cool. Oil of Del. .. Douglas Aircraft .. , Eastman Kodak . . , Elec. Auto Lite . . , Elec. Bond and Share . . . Erie R. R. . . , Ford of Canada A 20th Century if ox , Gen. Electric .. General Foods . . General Motors , Goodyear . . Int'l Harvester .. , Int'l Nickel .. , ., Int'l Tel. and Tel. , . ,, Nash Kelvmator ,, Nat' I Biscuit .. s Nat Cash Reg. .. Packard Motor .. . , . Paramount Pub. . . , , Proctor and Gambia . , , Public Serv. N.. .. Pullman inc. Radio Corp. . . , Remington Rand Safeway Store Sears Roebuck . , , Shell Union Oil ., Simmons Co. . . . , Socony Vacuum ., Standard Brands ,, Stand. Oil Cal. Stand. Oil Indiana ,. ., Stand. Oil N.J. .. Stewart Warner .. Studebaker . . Underwood Elliot Union Carbide . . U.S. Rubber .. U S. Steel .. Western Union .. Woolworth . . . , Noun sales. 180,000. Ltd I a m. 89 4 15 3 2 6 4 5 43 4 164$ HI 24. 3 10 2 4 38 1 20 21 2 16 7 4 1 $2 111 1 l'.'rt 2:1 4 31 37 23 4 tin 8 164 29.4 8 4 14 19 4 21. 33.7 44 2 44 3 2S 60 49 1.1 It 27.3 19.1 3 4 9.2 36 J." 27 4 6.4 12 4 40 7.J.2 It 24 2 12 6 25 8 25 2 44 5 8 3 7 30 71 7 41 5 48.7 204 46. 2 Toronto Stocks (By James Richardson A Monday, May i Rrazilian Tract. . , Brit. Amer. Oil ., Bell Telephone . . Can. Bread . . Can. Bud. Breweries . . Can. Car and K'dry . . Can. General Elec. . . Can. Malting .. C. P. R. Can. Invest. Fund .. Cons. Bakeries . . Cons. Sm. and Refiners ., Cockshmt Plow . . Diet. Corp. Seagrams ., Dom. Steel and Coal B . . Dominion Stores Dom. Tar and Chrmlral , Fanny Farmer . . Ford Canada "A'( .. General Steel Waren . Goodyear Tire and Rub. , Harding Carpet . , Hiram Walker ., Imperial Oil ,, Int'l Ntrkel ,. Inter. Pete. .. Kelvinator . . Lake Suiphtte . . Lake Shore Mine . , Lohlaw "A" . . Lohlaw "B" . Maple Lear Milling ,, Mafwey Harris ., MrColl Frontenac Noranda . . Page Hersey . . Pan tepee . Sherwin Williams .. Standard chemical .. Standard Paving .. Steel of Canada .. Thompson Cadillac . . Union Gas of Canada .. Weston (Geo.) Ltd. .. Naybob . . Sons, Ltd.) Noon quotes 111 22.3 17.6 4 3.6 9 250 35 4 1 . 4.15 14.3 40.2 8 18.5 11 1 7 2 5 22 19 4 4 6 .. 87 .. 3 4 .. 4 1 .. 18 1 .. 49 4 .. 2.V4 .. 9 7 .. 7; .. 41 4 .. 23.2 .. -V, . .Mil .. 5 2 .. 8.2 .. 79 6 .. 94 .. 6 .. II .. l 8 4 .. 14 .. 74 .. 14 .. 12 8 .. 11.4 .. 20 WELL-BELOVED MINISTER DIES AT BRACEBRIDGE Rev. John Charles Kni-it unn served the Methodist and United Church for 32 years in Saskatchewan, died in Bracebrldge, Ont. hospital Monday, May 22. He had been in failing health for some time and entered for an operation, but was never In condition for it. After three years of probation, Mr. Bard took hl training in vic toria college, Toronto. His charges after ordination were Mortlach, Lang, Semans, Caron, Balcarrcs, Belle Plaine, Mazenod and Wa-wota. On his chat cos he was reaenrteri and beloved hv memhera nf all churches for his unaffected kind liness. So also in the two years of residence In Bracebrldee. OnL he had won the goodwill of all. Fair and Warm, Tuesday Forecast MKTHIKOI.W.K AL HI RKAl! The weather has been, for the most part, fair and quite warm over the in-aine province, hut showers have occurred in many districts of eastern Canada. Pnrerattta Prairie provinces-- Kresh westerly winds, mostly fair and warm. Temperatures from 1 p.m lo 7 Low 42 61 58 58 52 28 a.m. Prer High Port Arthur . Winnipeg ., Brandon ,, Iiaunhln . The Pus ,, Churchill .. Yorkton . . Kamsaek . . Fjitevan ., RKOI.NA .. Moose Jaw .. Saskatoon . . Prlnr-e Albert Baltleford Bwlft Current Medicine Hat . Lethhridge .. Calgary Kdmonlon . Banff Vancouver . Victoria .. Toronto . . Ottawa .. Montreal 78 80 82 7(1 M 88 82 8 81 84 82 84 82 78 82 80 .30 .04 50 58 82 84 80 54 :,1 58 no 58 :l 42 52 52 it T .06 .06 T III T .80 Mil ;i..i 24 1 21 for past 88 h8 h;i 84 52 52 Note: All precipitation shown 48 hours Precipitation at other prairie etatons: Indian Head, .10; Moosomm, 04; Holsee-vain. .02; Portage la Prairie, .01. NR. UKAIIIKII Htfttlonn Mlonr lh OKNKKV 4IIIINM Canadian National conditions at. 9 lines reported weathe o'clock Monday morn! ng as follow Nortngale, ,-lrty. 72 Iantnmaii, clear 64 I'.advilie. clear . Kipling, clear M'tmarlre, clear Craih. -lear Saskatoon, cldy lluntiMne. eleal Mawer, clear Rlverhi-mt. clear Melvlll", neat M Jaw, r;ar Hairarres, M0 Kdenwi.J eky Talmage, fiear , Weyburn. cdv. Bengougit, clear W'hun;h, tlear Curlyie, in-ar , Katevan, clear , Hp Vally, i-'di Palme-. rMv Neidpalh, cldy. . Avmkj clear 68 , 81 72 7(1 65 60 7o 7'.' 67 7n 8 RM.lv WF.VlHrK 5 3" a m Noon Temperature .... 65a aoa Barometer 2 48 2H 54 Precipitation .... Nil Ml Condition of Roads I i Road condition report from the Saehat-jchewan Motor club taken from the t,iilet,n i UiBued by the government tourist bureau i i Monday are as follows Highways east, eoutheast nd south til Reglna fair to good Highways west and southwent heavy in places, dirt road muddy and rough Highways in the northwest with the e i eeption of Klndersley grsid. side roads rough Highway north and northeast with the ' er-eption of Melvllie and Prlnre Albert! r reported good, side roads rough j WAPELLA FANS TO SEE YANKS (Special D- patch) WAPEIXA, May 29,-The North-! gate Yankees play Wapella Greys I I in Wapella. Thursday, June 1, In a ' double-header baseball exhibition,! land Friday, June 2 the ame two j teams play an evening game In Whltewood. i j The4 games are of real Intcteirt j to this part of the province, Grain Futures MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT December July September Traders on Fhictuatioiis Narrow WINNIPEG. May 29. Traders remained on the sidelines at Winnipeg as wheat futures prices fluctuated narrowly throughtout a featureless session. Quotations at, the close were 1-8 to 1-4 cent lower. ! May 64 5-8. July 65 3-4 and Oct 27 Export sales of the Canadian were confined to a few odd loads. Chicago held around previous clos-l ing levels while Buenos Aires continued unchanged. Saturday's country marketings reached 234,000 bushels against 74,000 bushels for the same day a year ago. World wheat shipments1 totalled 17,669,000 bushels last weoki against 15.334,000 the previous week and 9,060.000 bushels in the con e-! sponding week last year. North America's share of last week's clearances aggregated 7,91B,OOU bushels compared with 6,634,000 for: the preceding seven days and 5,047,-' 000 bushels in 1938. I Recent rains have improved U.b. crop prospects but until private and official forecasts are issued within the next week or two most! dealers estimate total United States production might be around j 700,000,000 bushels, which would be! the largest since 1932. with the exception of the 1937 and 1938 crops. Wheat crops and their approximate market valuations In recent years follow: 1938, 931,000,000 bushels and $670,000,000; 1937, 874,- 000,000 and $961,000,000; 1936, 627,-000.000 and $714,000,000; 1935, 6:'6.- 000.000, and $594,000,000; 1934, 5"t,- 000,000 and $515,480,000; 1933, 552,- 000,000 and $524,000,000; 1932, 757,- 000,000 and $408,000,000. WINNIPEG CASH 4T.OSE (By Jackson Bros, drain Co., Ltd 1 Monday May 2 Wheat 1 Hard ... 1 Northern 2 Northern 3 Nor! hern 4 Northern No. 0 No. 8 .... Feed . . . . . Tra. k .... 1 IMirum . 2 Ilurwm . 3 Pururn . Oats - 2 C W. ... :i c.vv. . . . Ex 1 Feed 1 feed ... 2 Feed ... 3 Feed ... Track . . . . Barley . . 88 . 5 . . 8.', ft .. 62 3 . . 58 . ft . . f4 4 .. 411.6 .. 41 4 .. 42 2 .. 65.6 .. .',7 6 . . 55 6 .. 53 6 . . ill 1 . . 28 S .. 28 2 . . 27 .1 . . 2ft ft .. 2:1.. ft :oi y 3 O W. ... 4 CW. ... . 38 . :w . M . 34 . 311.4 .149 4 ft o.w. ... 8 C W. ... Trat'k .... Flax -t C W ... 2 C W 145.4 3 CW 1.11.4 4 C W 120 4 Track 1M.I Kve - 2 CW 411 3 CW 45 Track .' 48 7 DF.NZIN RITF.S 1IKI.D Services were held Saturday afternoon at the family residence, Tregarva, Saak., for Frank Denzin, 93-year-old pioneer of the district who died Wednesday in Regina. A large number of friends attended the services which were conducted by Rnv. E. A. Rnnrleau. Burial was made in the family plot, Tre garva cemetery with the. following acting as pallbearers, Charles Denzin, Sam Denzin, Arthur Den- zin, Henry Denzin, lorn McTag- gert and Norman Clark CHILD DIKS Death occurred Saturday In a Re gina hospital, of John Hildehrnndt, 15-months-old son of Mr. nnd Mrs J. P. Hilrlebrandt, Dunolin, Sask. He Is survived, besides his pat ents, by four brothers and seven sisters. Private funeral service whs held Sunday In the chapel of Wright's funeral home, after which the body was arcompanied to Dunelin, Sask., where a funeral service, conducted by Rev. P. Dlek, will be held Tuesday. Interment will be made in the Dunolin cemetery. BAD NEWS Tax notices, about 18,000 of them, will go out In the mull to Regina citizens about Wednesday of this week. For most people, there will he little change in the amount of money due the city, It will be the same as last year. Tax notires which went out a month ago to non-resident property owners, are now being returned wi'h the tax payments. TO HOI. I) MK KTINCi fleneral meeting or the Queen Elizabeth playground, coiner of Robinson street and F.ighth av enue, will be held Tuesday, May 30, at 8 p.m., in the ba.Hement of the Albert ptitillc library. WK.AI.TH FN STOCKINfiN j TORONTO, May 29, - Old bnnk- notes, totalling $1,140, were found Bluffed in the stoekings worn by Mrs. liachiil Kfwtinsky, 75, who was discovered dead In the bedroom of her home. Farm Laborers Slay For Royal Visil Kaim laborers seeking wot k from the Regina employment offne ii fused to leave Regina until aftei May 25, (lay of the visit of Hie King and Queen, the weekly news letter of the bureau of labor and public we I fine reports Men wanted lo see the King and Quifri, and would not leave until their wish had been al isfled f'mps have stiffened tiadly in the Keteviin district due to heavy wind storms and tain is badly needed there now, Pi actu ally all hratithes of employment ate exttemely quiet, l'houi.'h there la some ra;lHv ballast wot k reported from the Moosa .law office, but Hide was an over supply of applnant for any work In this connection, Supplied by MrCallum, Hill t Co. 81 4 81.3 Bt a 81 6 81.5 81 7 81 5 81.4 80 7 80.7 80 6 81 8 81.4 81 4 81.1 81.1 Sidelines- I l RI'OOL ABl.tt (By Jackson Bros. Gram Co.. Ltd.) Monday, May 2 Holiday today. Bt KNOel A1RM Previous close: up. unchanged. Opening: Unchanged- Ill ENOel AIRES IQl IV AU NTS ( By James Richardson A Sons, Ltd Monday. May t Wheat-June, 59 V July. 60',. Flax-June, 117. July. 118 Livestock MOOSK JAW STOCK RKrORT Saturday, May 27 . , steady The market remained throuchout the week on all classes 0f goo butcher cattle. Choice butcher steers eold from 8.75 to 6.25, choice heifers 5.25 to 5.75. Top fed calves realized around 6.50, : fancv kinds brtnKing a shade high - er. There was good action on the !Qt'tI',i?1 Cow market and prices were strong! island L with the better end bringing to 4.25 and a few at 4.50. The calf market strengthened a little for the week, best kinds bringing 5.50 to 6.50. The hog market opened 10c stronger on Monday and continued steady throughout the week with fed and watered bacons at 8.20, selects 1.00 per hog premium and butchers discounted 2.00 per head. Sheep and lamb receipts have been very light and prices are quoted steady, good handywelght lambs priced from 6.50 to 7.50. Choice spring lambs are realizing around 10.00. Steers, up to l ow pounds, choice, 3 75 to 4.7ft: common. 3.00 to 4 00. steers to 8 2S; good. 8.00 to 5 50; medium. 4 2ft over l.o.w pounns, choice, a 7.1 to B in: good. ,'1 nil to 5 Mi; medium. 4 2ft to 4 75: common, 3.00 to 4.00. Heifers, choli-e, 5,2ft lo 575; good, 4.50 to MM): medium, 3.7ft to 4 2ft; common, 3 00 to 3 50 Fed calves, cholee, 800 tn 8.75; good. 9.35 to 5.7ft; medium, 4.00 to 5 00. Cows, good, 4.00 to 4 ftO; medium. 3 2ft to 3 75: common, 2.2ft to 2 75; canners and cutters, 150 lo 200. Bulla, good. 3 00; common, 2.2ft lo 2.50. mocker and feeder steers, good, 4.00 to 6.0O; common. 2.50 to 3 50. Stock cowa and heifers, good, 2 75 lo 3 00; common. 2.00 to 2.50. Veal calves, good, 5.00 to 8.50; common and medium, 3.00 to 4 50. Hogs, select bacon. 8 20 plus 1 00; bacon. 8.20; butchers, 2.00 per head disc: ! heavy. l.fiO per cwt. disc: extra heavy. zoo per cwi. oisc. ; sows, no. 1, .1 im per cwt. disc.; sows, No. 2, 3.50 per cwt. disc. Lambs, good spring, 10.00; good handy-weieht. 6.50 to 7.50; good heavies, 500 to 5.50; common. 3.50 to 4.50. Bheeo. good heavies. 2 00 to 3 00; good jhandywetght, 3.00 to 3.50; common. 1.50 to 1.10. Regina Livestock (By Dominion Livestock Branch) Monday, May 20 Select bacon plus (1 per head bacon . , Butt-hera, less $1 to 12 per head Heavies Kxtra heaviee Lights and feeders Hows, No. 1 Hows, No. 2 Hows, up to 1,050 lbs. Choic Good Medium Common Steers, over 1,050 lbs 8 10 I 10 8 10 8 00 7 10 6 III 8 60 7 80 8 10 8 60 8 HI 8.10 8.60 6 00 8 50 6 25 ft. T.I I 4 50 5.00 3 50 4 00 6 75 6 25 8.2ft 6.50 4f0 6.00 3 50 4.25 S75 SIK) 4.75 8 25 4 00 4 50 3 25 3 75 6 00 6.75 8.00 6 5(1 4.00 4.50 Good Heifers Choice Good Medium 4 00 Common Fed calves- Choirs Good t Medium 4.00 Calgary Stocks (By Jackson Bros Grain Co. Ltd ) Clow, May 27 Bid Asked Admiral ., .. - 02 A P. Con. .. . . .14 4 - Anaconda .. . ,08 08 4 AliKln . . .. 1 02 1 05 Hnt Dom. .. .. .08 6B Brown . . .. .18 4 .22 ('Him., lit . .. .32 .33 Commonwealth .. .. .25 Common . , , . .36 .38 I'alhousie . , . . .36 Ilavlee Pete .. . . .28 I 3n Kxtenelnn .. .. .16 2 .17 4 Firestone . . .. .07 4 .118 4 Foundation .. .. .00 .1(1 Freehold .. .. .03 1 .03 3 Globe .. .04.6 lllehwood ., . , 17 4 Home .. 2 18 2 20 Mill.-Segur .. ...114 13 Merrill v . . .. .06.1 .116 4 Merland . . . . - - .04 Mill City .. .. 0:1 .04 Model .. .26 4 - Monaigfi . . . . .07 6 Nat I'e'e . . .. 00 4 .10 4 New Valley ,, ,. 05 08 llkalla . .. 1 07 1 10 (ikaita Pfd , . . .38 on Phillips I'ele ., .. .06 4 OH Prairie .. .20 .22 Richfield .. .. .01 4 (12 I Itii hiand .. .. .02 Koval Cdn .. .. .20 2 22 Koyalite .. .35 4 .17 Itoval Crest ., .. .10 Share . . , . .02 ''3 Hoooner . . . . .07 4 Siy Hill . . . .01 4 (12 Sunset .. .38 .38 Three point . . . .02 4 .05 Turner Valley ,, .. ,1ft t'nlted .. .08 Vol' an . ,il Wcimrton ., ., 05 Wet(lank ,, .. .nl 3 ,115 Advance 01 (' and K. , , . . 2 05 Kn)erel . . . . "7 2 07 4 l.eth I'ele . , .. .01 4 .01 5 Mailleon . . .02 6 04 Marlon .. 06 I'a. alia . . - oft 4 HoiltfiweM f'rte .'10 .55 Vansila . . "4 4 Wat'e Valley . . . . 11 Manner . . .02 4 TEARING DOWN BLOCK BEGINS Demolition of the pld Saskatchewan block wa started j by woikmen Monday. On the site, at the rorner of Twelltn avenue nnd Hamilton reet, Hafeway's will erect a new stole of modern design (.1 IDANC K OI-FKKKI) Plans have been made by the hu'tt school piincipals of Reglna to visit grade eight classes thtough-'out the city in order to give an outline of th courses to be follow- ed in high schools next year This will alno he done with a view to givliu; vocational guidance and de- let mining the courses which at ' likely to be most In demand for Mho next school term. Unlisted Mines TORONTO l.M.lvriD MiMit (By Jackson Bros. Gram Co.. Ltd ) Mearfaj, May it Albany R . .ll .12 .0.10 .04b OHn lu.i .nib .o.so 02R .010 n.T 0.i n:n .nab .111 4a nib O-ih i Larteo I Magnet L . I M-unet C . Mn Raion I NUn.n Bird I Mtxw I M.-Kar.ane . I M-ieher ! Mamwakl I M fTa!. new M-in a I Nor'ake . . . .SIB lib ob .no 4b .08.60 01b 00 4b lib 3lo 02b it4r 02b , Algo.d . . . Ai(ma S.. Addtngton . Aihona . Ath Portal A , .... I Barber L .. B Master , B Lamaqut : Brae Hreeat Candallaca. Callinan Camlaren . Can. Pand Cuniptau . . Cent Man.. Coin Lake Cres. Kirk.. Cmwshore Paft W . North Shore 00 2 Oklend .07 O.ivr Eev Opem'iia Onoie 02 4b I Pan Canad . .03 60 i Pasct ,is imh 1 p.m:-ao .02b I Proprietary 010 I Qu!c M .. .01 2b I Kand Mil . ,15a I Raven Kiv.. o;t Richmac . 24b 1 Ratah (Mb Roeanor . . . 01b I Rk-hntt 02b I RibaKO. new .01.4a I Ruber .01 6b . ShenttiBo . . .00 4b i Siji.-oe tlx . o:ta : Sheldon L. , (lib I Smelters U . .01 b I Split Lake , 6b I Springer St. 4b ' Suntj-n K. 6 Mb I Tonawandi. 02 4b ; Wells L L.. 01b I Wesley . . ,'2 4h 1 Va'-aina 111 4b I et R. L.. 02b 1 Cpper Can. . 2oh I Vai-lof .01 8b I Whitehors. .05b I Wil'Unji -.n. .O.Sa I W itjute . . . .01 4b I Wiiport . .. .020 1 Wmoga . . . .00 4b I Woco . .otb I Young Diiv. OSh I Tpree Cad. . .Ilia Mlnnlpeg Vnllsted u;lh j Sachig.i - ., 01b j S oil! Gold. 01. lb star Lake . 'Mb V. G. c, . , ,0.1b I West. Steel. .00 4b 1 WitKold . . . .O.'h I Winw Ltd . 04 4b I W reg R T. .04b I .3ib 4b D"reva ... Dunlop Pupont H . Kl Bonansa Eimn Eva Lake . Fmpreea Frontier Garnet . . . Gateway . Gilhec Gold Range Goldside Gordon L. .. Golden G . (Suit Kirn . Hallnor Huiehts n . Hudson P . Hutohineau. Johnson N. Kaw Crow . . Kenriria Kewagatnac Kirk. Gate . Kirk. Prem. .tib .210 .3'a (0a .1Mb .010 .0't Ojb il"h 13b nib ,14b 1140 .U.Sa 00 1 Kenecho ... . I Lafaye-te . L. Geneva . . L. Rowan , Cent Man. Dickstone . Kim KVn .00. 4b Oln .08 4b .010 2li .00 4b s-7sio,,'nnt1') !.- k . ' MHI A V ACIFNT AT BATTLEFORD WILL RETIRE After over 20 years of service with the department of Indian Affairs, S. L. Macdonald. Battle-ford agent, will retire June 30. Mr. Macdonald was appointed Indian agent at Battleford in February, 1919, and has held that position ever since, a record of 20 years and four months service among the Indians In that agency. Mr. Macdonald has been in government service for 25 years. Previous to taking over Indian work he was employed in the forestry reserve at Prince Albert and the Pas. Mr. Mardonald'a retirement is due to ill health. ROYAL PICTURE IS AVAILABLE Copies of a leader-Post photo showing King Oeorge and Queen Elizabeth In a picturesque setting at the Royal Canadian Mounted Police barracks in Regina weie placed on sale at the business office on Monday afternoon. The pictures are of the glossy type, eight by 10 Inches in size and may be obtained from the cashier. The price is 75 cents for thewe called for and 80 cents for those mailed. The photograph is sold as a souvenir in answer to a popular demand. Copyright is held by The Leader-Post and reproduction is strictly forbidden. LIKE SUMMER FOR REGINA Midsummer temperatures were experienced In Reglna Sunday, when a maximum of 81 above was reached at 3 o'clock n the afternoon, and again Monday, with the mercury standing at 80 above by 11:30 o'clock In the morning. Rec ord for the year Is still held by April 29 when the (temperature was 89 above. MRS. A. S. INt.O 1)1 KM Former Wlnnitieg woman and resident of Regina for the past two years, Mis. Annie Hteen Ingo died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. Cornell, 2078 Retallnck street, Reglna, Monday morning. She was in her 81st year. Born in Barrle, Ontario, she married Orlando Ingo and moved to Winnipeg In 1882. After the death . in..i. at Winnipeg of her husband at Winnipeg in 1911. she returneri to me east ana nasnaicnewan. liu.ri with . rfiniohtor In Ottmivn p'"' PlncaUon nd forra of con-lfvert wltn a daugnter in uttawa (r(,t mlky , sn(j (orm o( HMtf for a time. Mrs, Ingo returned tolohtained at the following offices: chief Winnlneir where she lived until j Knlri"". Winnipeg; District Engineers at winniptg. wni.it urie tivto mi " Lk,lM nd Mmfinlon. Division Engt- two years ago, when she came to neers at Reglna. Prince Albert and Calaarv: Reglna. She was nn active church worker and member of Flist Pres byterian church at Winnipeg. Surviving are three daughters: Mrs. A. Cornell, 2078 Retallack street, Reglna; Mrs. W. U. Co.dlngly. nr&rtZrm Ruby street, Winnipeg, and Mrs. S.: accepted with tenders on this work. F. Churchward at Britannia1 ...L'l", jrwe"t or nlf lend" not "tnl Heights, Ontario, and one son, Os - mood O. Ingo, at Mall Plaza, Wi i-1 nlpeg. Eight grandchildren and. two great grandchlldien also sur- vive A son, Ardagh. died at Win nipeg in 1923. j T.. I I. ...lit I.A lw.1,1 B ruM'MHl '-iii" wmi ..r Sneers chapel on Monnav at x p.m. Mrs- Jasper Rogue of the Church of Christ will ollU'iate Item.itns will be accompanied to Winnipeg, ' .,, . , . where Interment will he made In family plot MILS. II. DKMCOTK.Al' 1)1 Mrs. Helen pesroteau, 40, of Val Marie, Sask.. passed away in a Reglna hospital on Monday mnrn- ing after a long Illness. Born In : Belgium In 1900, she came to Can. ada In 102O. living at Bellimun, Sask , until 1035 when the family moved to Val Marie where they have sinre made their home She Is survived by her husband Raphael, four sons, Peter, Paul, Jule and Robert, and three daughters, Jean, Yvonne and Lillian nil at home. Prayers will be recited at the rhapel of Johnston's funeral. home on Tuesday evening at eight o'clock, with the Rev Fr Scharhter officiating Funeral arrangements have not been completed lnilK KITKS HM D Funeral geivieea fur Percy York, who died very suddenly last Wednesday, will he held from the rhapel of Johnston's funeral home Tuesday St 2 pin. Mr. Yotk was a member of the 28th battalion, having enlisted In l!ll. and receiv erf his honorable discharge nn de- mobilization In 1019 Rev. Canon Parker, ehaplm of the 1:8th hat tallon will conduct the services. and burial will he made in the soldiers' plot In Reglna cemetery, C.C.F.Ends Nova Scotia Convention SYDNEY. N.3.. May 29. A "sat-isfactory full program" was asked of the Dominion government in a 4b, resolution adopted at the closing iwn j session of the Co-operative Com-',,V monwealth Federation's two-day Nova Scotia convention. The resolution declared the requested program should "safeguard the home market for Canadian coal 00 as to provide greater benefits to those already employed and to create employment for 00 4b thoae not employed." lib , r ' 112 4b j Another resolution endorsed by s2h;the 100 delegates called for A pro-2 lb 1 gram for youth that would pro vide greater educational and recreational facilities. Special mention was made of vocational schools. It was submitted reapon- 2 oiKilitv fnr nnpmnlnvmeni amnnflr 7 -m j the nation's youth was) wholly that oob4'of tne Dominion government. 01 4t : Resolutions asking A reduction ft-b I in Interest charges on provincial "'i,2bjand municipal debts, redistribution -2 4b 0f taxes to place an increased bur-01 bjden on the higher Incomes and a I tax on surplus profits of corpora-7 'hit ions were adopted. The convention alpo went on record as opposing railway amalgamation. Foreman Waye of Sydney was elected Nova Scotia president He succeeds D. W. Morrison, mayor of Glace Bay and district president of the United Mine Workers of America. AGED REGINAN DIES SATURDAY Death occurred In A local hospl tal Saturday of E. H. Austin, Aged 81 years, of 1443 Cameron street. Born In Chippenham, Willshiro, England, ha came to Canada in 1903 to tha Regina district. Ha formerly belonged to the Sons of England, and also took an actlv part In affairs of the original Methodic church. He was a painter and decorator by trade and ws actively engaged up until the time of his Illness. He Is survived, beskles his wife, by one son Edward Perelval, Reglna; two daughters, Mrs. E. M. Bell, 2301 Owler street, Mrs. J. W. Brlown, 3636 Dewdney avenue; three brothers. Charles of Bristol, England, Harry of Wales, Fred of Bath, Somerset, England, and two sisters, Annie and Lucy, residing in England. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. from the chapel of Wright's- funeral home. Rev. F. E. Vipond will officiate and interment will be In Reglna cemetery. RITES ON TUESDAY Members of the ladies' society to the B. of L.F. and E.. are advised that the funeral of the late sister Daisy Pearce will be held from Speers' funeral home Tuesday afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. TOO I.ATKJTO I.AHMIKV HTMMKR (OTT4CKN K A TKPW knflYFVRtnwi6ALU weather cottage. Phone 5562. Fl RNIMII K if! ROOM 2 ROOM FURNISHED SUITE; PHONB. 2073 Cornwall St. LARGE ROOM FOR LHK - MO CHII- dren. 2310 Retallack. Phone 6254. INH RNINIIKD SI'ITKS NKSBiTT APTH ; FRONT 8-ROOM SUITE, available June 1st. Apply Suit 4. 3-RfKM"sti I T E ;8IN N i WT, M pTRBBLif! electric stove, private baths: J27.50 no. Apply 1518 nth Ave. Phone 8229. 2 BEDROOM SIIITK; F.M.f JUNE 1ST? , uoii not, t.iir apis. , 3-R.. KITCHENETTE AND BATH. FRI-gtdalre: also sinaia mom Vipir.pi inn Inqulr 1954 Broad. TENDERS CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS. WESTERN REGION Sealed tenders will be received at th ofTice of the Chief Engineer. Wlnnlnes. ; Manitoba, until twelv o'clock noon. Mon- lJrt,!f - J"n, 1J,n' ,or ln construction in ; r piptln, for water sunolv at Nokomis. n1 c N H. Agents at Moos Jaw and North Tenders will not he considered nnless made on form supplied by th Railway Company and accompanied by an accepted cheque on a chartered hank equal to flv percent of the value of th work, pavahl j A E WARREN, Vice-President. Winmu, u 'nth taiQ -- - ..- ! s jj. HUUUC IU WlCUIlUf 9 IN THE ESTATE OK PAUL OROSB BILOI'EAU, DECEASED. All persons having claims against th I Oroe Btlodeeu. late of estaie nr p -( "rK) m.. wiih panirular of security held, if any, ' verified by statutory declaration, to th uti'ieri'gned nn or before the twenty-ninth day ( jun, i)9 (rter which date th ,aet of the estate may b distributed la'noiie trie partiea entitled thereto, having rettaro only to the claim of which th undermgned shall then have notice. Dated the 2'h day of May. 1B3S. Tl.NGLEV. M ALONE A DEIS, Keslna. Saskatchewan. Solicitors for th Administrator. DistllM and RotiM fry 014 II km Carporsttea Llmiitet, Hj(nJ ; if'3"- 25oiT i

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