Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on January 27, 1927 · 7
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TUJSfcSASKA'J OON PHIEN1X. THURSDAY, JANUAUt II, VJU. rSt BEven News Items Welcomed Phone 3245 M Irfra TfSJ CTnl Edited by BERYL MORuI'iUN IsvVaIL TIRED RUN OUT? DOWN? NERVES GONE? "FRUIT-A-TIVES MAKES LIFE WORTH LIVING AGAIN Their Excellencies Xo Leave Ottawa March 19 forW estern Canada; Go Direct to Victoria Governor-General and Lady Willingdon Will Spend Few Days With Lieut.-Governor Bruce; Skating and Dancing Parties Are Revived at Rideau Hall At The Resorts Vancouver, Jan. 26. Word was received today at Government House that Their Exoellenele. the Governor General of Canada, and Lady Willingdon, will leave Ottawa on March 19, direct for Victoria, arriving here on March 24. They will spend a few days In this city as the guests of Lieut.-Governor Bruce. The Governor-General anld Lady Willingdon have revived the skating parties at Rideau Hull, which were extremely popular under former regimes. Recently, more than 1,200 gueats representing the elite of Ottawas society and that of neighboring cities, were guests at a slutting party at the Government House open air rink. Skating was followed by dancing and tea in the house. SKATING AND DANCING This was the first time that Government House ballroom was thrown open for dancing on the occasion of ' a skating party. Their Excellencies each participated In several dances, and also went among their guests chatting freely and making all feel at home. Her Excellency was much admired In a gown of printed crepe, the predominating colors being yellow and green. A felt hat In a taupe shade of becoming design, and ornamented ARTS AND CRAFTS SOCIETY MEMBERS SEE LACE MAKING Samples of Danish cut-work and fllet cross-stitch and petit point were exhibited by Mrs. John Nielson, a native of Denmark, at the Arts and Crafts Society's meeting this week. Mrs. Nielson has been encouraged Ly The society to continue the work and gave a demonstration of the making of fllet at this meeting. Example of original design in tray cloths done by New Canadian ghls in contest at the Winthorpe school fair kist summer were also shown and in some instances gave evidence that the original handicrafts of the Ukrainian settlers in this province are being handed down by the parents to the children. In several cases the patterns showed the native stitches and were carried out In naturalistic colorings on linen supplied by the society SHOWER OF BOOKS TO BE HELD TODAY BY BUENA VISTA CLUB with a green brush feather, was worn. When receiving in the rink house, Lady Willingdon wore a smartly modelled coat of taupe chiffon velvet trimmed with brown moleskin. DELEGATION ASKS FOR PRICE CUT IN WEARING APPAREL Canadian Dress OTTAWA. Jan. 6. Abolition of the government sales tax of five percent on all mens and womens wearing apparel was requested by a delegation representing Canadian wholesale and retail garment Industries which waited upon Hon. J. A. Robb, minister of finance, today. Mr. Robb intimuted that the request would be given consideration. A white peasant shawl of cashmere with guy flowers and bag to match in a new Paris novelty for southern wear. RECOVERING Mr. Alex. Porteous, Who is in hospital, is making favorable progress aftetr his recent operation. GOOD MORNING Midwinter Weddings The Buena Vbrta Home and School Club is sponsoring a library shower on the annual Parents Day at the school today from 1.30 o'clock until S. Each elaw-troom has made a selection of books winch it considers appropriate for the library and par-ents and friends are invited to make contributions toward the purchase of the books. Tea will be served in the upper corridor of the school, officers of the club and Interested friends presiding. Girls of the eighth grade will assist. il embers of the staff are to receive the guests and extend a cordial invitation to parents of all Buena Vista pupils. MILLER PETERS One of the pretty weddings of the week in Saskatoon took place Tuesday evening, January 25, at 7 o'clock, when Miss Frances Margaret Peters, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peters, Birch Hills. Bask., became the bride of Mr. Hugh Garnet Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. ErneBt Miller, of Saskatoon. The ceremony took place at the home of Mr. Miilei, 11)04 Dufferin Avenue, the Rev. Roy Melville, rector of Christ Churoh, officiating. in the presence of a score or more of frlenda of both bride and groom. The bride.- whose brother, Mr. Stanley Peters, of Drumheller, gave her in marriage, wore a pretty frock of blue crepe with close fitting hat of blue velvet trimmed with a banding of forget-me-nots, and shoes of blonde kid. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations. - Her sister. Miss Helen Peters, of Birch Hills, was bridesmaid, wearing a becoming gown of pale green silk. Mr. Arthur Miller, the groom's brother, was best man. Following the ceremony a buffet supper was served by Mrs. Storey and Mlse Janet Barlow. The table was centred with tha wedding cake, which was cut by the bride. The groom's gift to the bride was a white gold wrist watdh ; to the bridesmaid, an onyx ring with pearl setting ; and to the best man, an ivory penkniie. The out-of-town guests at the wedding included Mias Lena Knox, of Drumheller; Miss Helen Peters, of Hitch Hills, and Mr. Stanley Peters, of Drumheller.. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will make theft-home on the grooms farm about four miles west of Saskatoon. HULTMAN BEIRNES BEIRNES WILKINS An interesting double wedding took place Wednesday, January 26, at 822 k ourteenth Street, Saskatoon, when Sigurd Valdemar Hultman, of Perdue, and Miss Velma Laurine Belr-nes, of Juniata were united in marriage, and at the same time Wilfred Clarence lteirnes, of Juniata, was married to Miss Charlotte Hilda Caroline Wilkins, of Asquith. The ceremony was performed by Dr. D. S. Dix. NOSE CLOGGED FROM A COLD OR CATARRH Apply Cream in Nostrils To Open Up Air Passages. Ahl What relief! Tour clogged nostrils open right up, the air passages of your head are clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, mucous discharge, headache, dryness no struggling for breath at night, your cold or cutarrh is gone. Dont stay stuffed up! Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream in your nostrils, let it penetrate through every air passage of the head; soothe and heal the swollen, inflam-pd mucous membrane, giving you Instant relief. Elys Cream Balm is judt what every cold and catarrh sufferer has been seeking. It's Just splendid. marriage, Julia, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rlordan to Mr. Wilfred J. Fleury, only eon of Mr. and Mrs. H. Fleury. The bride was dressed in a lovely dress of coral georgine trimmed with lace and silver and with hat to match. She carried a large bouquet of roses and narcissus. , Miss Laura Fleury, sister of the groom, acted as bridesmaid. She wore a rosewoed georgine dress, taffeta trimmed with hat to match. She carried a bouquet of carnations and fern. Mr. John Riordon, brother of the bride, was the best rnan. The wedding dinner was seived at the home of the brides parents, 506 6th Avenue North. About 40 guests were present. The table was centred with the wedding cake. White streamers and wedding bells tastefully decorated the rooms. During the dnnner Miss Elisabeth Grtsdnle sang "Oh Promise Me. Mrs. Riordon was assisted in serving the dinner by Mrs. H. Fleury, Mrs. Cronin, Mrs. H. J. Loclle and Miss Orisdale. Mr, and Mrs. Fleury left on the 4.30 train for Calgary, Banff and points west, the bride travelling in a brown crepe back satin dress, stiver trimmed, with hat to match. COLLEAUX DEALTRY Mr. Victor Colleaux, of this city, and Leafie Abide Dealtry, also of Saskatoon, were quietly married on Tuesday evening, January 25, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. X. M. de Le-gassy, 742 Sixth Avenue. N. Rev. J. W. Pratt was the officiating minister. USHER ELWOOD The marriuge of Miss Marion Leslie Elwood, of Saskatoon, and Mr. Gerald Francis Usher, of Los Angeles, Cal., took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Johnston. Burrard Street, Vancouver, on Thursday evening, January fl. The Rev. F. Robertson Orr officiated at the ceremony. The bride wore a lovely gown of Canton crepe with French embroidery in- gold. Her hat was of metal-116 cloth and she carried a bouquet of pink roses and carnations. Mrs. T. G. Johnston, as matron of hon )r, was In henna cut velvet with picture hat to match. Mr. and Mrs. Usher will make their home at Venice, California. FLEURY mORDAN A very pretty wedding was solemnised at St. Pauls pro-cathedral on Tuesday morning at 8.30 oclock a hen Rev. FVDber McCafPery officiated at the ceremony uniting in PROF. HARRINGTON TO ADDRESS STUDIO CLUB ON ACOUSTICS The Nutana Studio Club will (hold Its regular session on Friday evening, January 29, at 8 p'clock, in the class room of the Palmer School of Music, 652 University Drive, The program will consist of the following : Piano solo The Black Key Etude Chopin , Vivian Collard. Address Acoustics Prof. E. L. Harrington. Piano eolo An Inviatlon to Dance Weber Helen Zahlis. The annual dance of the College of Daw, University of Saskatchewan, villi be he hi In the Art Academy this evening. e C.G.I.T. conferences similar to those held last week in Melville, Rosetown and Smskatoon, are yet to be held in Kerrobert, Melfort, Swift Current, North Buttleford and Sceptre. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller have as their guet for a few days, Mlsa Helen Peters, of Birch Hills, Saak. , Mrs. W. J. McLeod, Regina, gave a skating party Tifraday afternoon in compliment to Mrs. J. A. Valens, Saskatoon, who is Mrs. R. H. Millikans guest. Mrs. H. L. Lovering has been elected president of the Regina Local Council of Women, succeeding Mrs. E. W. Staplefond, who has been president for six years and who declined to accept office this year. Plans are being madi for the annual Ladles' Night program by the Literary Society of the University of Saskatchewan to be given Friday night in Convocation Hall, Lieutenant Governor Newlands and Miss Newlands entertained at dinner Tuesday at Government House. Freesuufl. pink carnations and yellow tulips were used in the room. The guests invited were the Misses Allan, Hon. J. A. Cross and Mrs. Cross, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Clinch Shiellbrook; Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Fintayson, liTley; Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Gamble Ogema; Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Garry, Willow Brook; Mr. and Mrs, A. B. Gemmell, Mervm; Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Gordon, Maidstone; Mr. and Mi's, James Hogan, Meach am; Hon. Mr. Justice Martin and Mrs. Martin, Miss Alma Mother-well Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Parker, Kel-liher; Mr. end Mna. T. B. Patton; Col. and Mrs. Styles; Mr. and Mr. W. H. Paulson Leslie; Mr. and Mrs A. D. Pickel, North Rattteford; Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Sahlmark; John L, Salkeld'; Mr. and Mrs. GJA. Scott; Mr, and Mrs. Jas. A. Smith, Duff; Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Sykes, Swift Current. On Tuesday, January 25, the graduating class in Heine Economics at the University of Manitoba were guests of Mrs. H. B. H-ommerfeld in her home at the college. The tea table decorations were daffodils and the college colors. The guests were the Misses Margaret Stone, Peggy Davis, Margaret Grundy, Janet Gil-mour, Florence Howden, Elsie Mooney, Margaret Powell, Bill Roc, Kathleen Wilson, Kathleen Winram, Daphne Cannon, Esther Sommerfeld, and Mabel Cameron. The proposed carnival in connection. with the skating club's season will be discussed at the meeting of the club which will be he d at the Arena this week this evening insteau of Wednesday. 4 Dr. W. S. Reid left on Tuesday evening for Regina to attend the Dominion Social Service Council convention opening there yesteuluy. - A silver tea will be held at the home of Mrs. M. Cooper, 418 33rd St. west, in aid of Mayfair United- church on Friday evening, January 28, from 7 oclock, at which both ladies and gentlemen will be welcomed. An interesting program has been arranged. Mrs. V. P. Connery, 909 Fifth Avenue, N returned to Saskatoon Monday from a five weeks visit in Winnipeg, Hamilton and Windsor. While in Hamilton she was the guest of Mrs. Rowland G. White, and in Windsor visited Mrs. R. M. Harrison, Jr., formerly of Saskatoon. - The Saskatoon Council, Knights of Columbus, Is entertaining at bridge from 8.30 to 10.15 this evening in the new K. of C. hall. Twenty-second Street, which is beautifully fitted up for the purposes of the tlub An interesting program will follow cards. St. Thomas Young Peoples Society met at the Arena for skating last evening at 8 o'clock, Mrs. W. V. McPherson, of Imperial, Js spending & few days wUa Mrs. W. Connor, Third Avenue, N. The second in the season's series of card parties under the auspices of St. Marys branch, Catholic Womens League, will be held this evening in the parish hall, when instead of the usual good-luck prize a surprise feature for the young people is arranged. Miss Ruth Irving, of Yoikton who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Morgan for the last ten days, left yesterday to visit Dr. and Mrs. Egerton Pope, Edmonton. WESTMINSTER BOARD AND SESSION WILL ARRANGE CANVASS MILLINERY SALE Our store is to have a general cleaning. The painter are coming soon. ALL OUR HATS MUST BE CLEARED OUT BEFORE THEY START TWO TABLES Vlu to $18.00. Sal Price $b.UU TWO TABLES Values to $20.00. 0 Crt Sal Pnc. Uw.wU PICTURE HATS Silk & Brocade. Q(- Aft Sal Price 9D.UU All Our Hats Are 90 Handmade No Two Alike. This Opportunity Will Only Last 10 Days More. E. C. JUYN 104 3rd Ave. MILLINERY Drinkle No. 2 Phone 6641 The board of managers and session of Westminster Lulled Church will hold a Joint meeting this evening at 8 o'clock in the cnolr room of the church. Plans for the every-member canvass wilt be made, and arrangements for the anniversary services on Sunday, February 6, will be considered. MUSICAL ART CLUB GIVES PROGRAM OF : GRAINGERS WORKS Copies of Wednesday Program Sent to Composer At His Request ONE THIN WOMAN GAINED 10 POUNDS IN20DAYS Skinny Men Can Do The Same All weak men and women. All nervous men and women. Al' skinny men and women. Can grow stronger, healthier and more vigorous and tak on solid needed ffesh In 30 daya Just by taking McCoy's Cod Liver Exract Tablets four time a day sugar coated and easy to take as candy. And what a hit these flesh producing tablets have made. One druggist tripled his sales In one week. Everybody knows Cnt from the livers of the humble codnsh comes a flrst class vltamlne that la a wonderful vJtalizer, flesh producer and health creator. Millions of McCoy's Cod Liver Extract tablets are sold every ween and thousands of frail rundown under-weight peopla aie being helped. A box of 60 tablets for 80 rents and If anv skinnv man or woman doesn't k.hi at least u puUnus in 30 days money hark. Ask any druggist. Ho surs and get McCoys, the original and genuine and don't forgot lliete ia nothing on earth so good to make bark ward, listless, underweight children grow strong and robust. J- aTAMHJY By SISTER MARY BREAKFAST Chilled applesauce, cereal, thin cream, broiled cottage ham, eornmeal pancakes, syrup, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON Brussels sprouts au gratln, graham roils, prune pie, milk, tea. DINNER Noodle soup, cold sliced roast veal, peach sauce, baked spaghetti in tomato sauce, stuffed celery eaiad, fudge cake, canned peais. Whole wheat bread, milk, coffee. Tine prune pie suggested in the luncheon menu supplies the neces-cary protein. If preferred, a plain baked custard can be autbstftuted, although the prunes furnish valuable nutrients as well as a pleasant contrast in flavor witih the brussels sprouts. BRUSSELS SPROUTS AU GRATIN One pint brussels sprouts, 2 coarse blades celery, 8 tablespoons butter, 2 tablespoons flour, 1 cup milk, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 1-8 teaspoon pepper, buttered crumbs. Wash and look over sprouts. Cook In boiling water until tender but not mushy. Add 1-4 teaspoon salt when sprouts have cooked fifteen minutes, and do not cover saucepan while cooking. Melt butter and add celery finely chopped. Cover saucepan and cook over a low fire until celery is tender. Stir In butter and alowly add milk, stirring 'constantly. Season with salt and pepper and cook until thick and smoouh. Drain sprouts if necessary, and place in a buttered baking dish. Four over sauce, sprinkle with buttered crumbs end bake in a moderately hot oven until crumbs are brown and sauce bubbles up. Serve from baking dish. ( Announcements Ths regular rehearsal of St. Johns Cathedrapcholr will be held this week at the rectory, 617 Twenty-Fourth Street, on Friday evening Instead of Thursday on account o t -the performance of ths Dramatic Club. A supper at 8 30 o'clock will precede the annual meeting of Knox oougieKtou on Friday evening In the school-room of the church. 'A Study of The War In Heaven Rev. 12-7, will be the subject at the y.W.C.A. Bible study class this evening at 8 o'clock uhder ths leadership of Mrs. II. Blnnie. SALVATION ARMY SPEAKER ANNOUNCES WEEKS SUBJECTS At the special request of Fejxjy Grainger, a number of copies of Wednesday evening's Grainger program given by the MuAcal Art Club were forwarded to him. The distinguished pianist and composer is honorary president of the organization and takes a keen Interest in its work, Mr, Balph Parkinson had charge of the following program given at the January meeting of the club last evening at 106 HeJgersou Block; Paper: Percy Aldridge vGralnger, Ruben Lowe. Two pianos (six hanrfts): Green Bushes), Possucagtia, Ole Hatlun, Ralph Parkinson, Reuben Lowe. Songs: (a) Willow Willow, (b) The Jolly .Sailor, Chnrles Hurtling. Violin, Mock Morns, Percy Pickering. Piano; The Gum-mickere" March (from Suite In a Nutshell), Fred Mr Down, String Quartet: Molly on the Shore, Musical Art String Quartet. Song, Died for Love (string ac- compamiment), Charles Hurling. Piano (six hands): Zanzibar Boat Song, Cameron Wensley, Jack Me Quarrie, Herbert Brlmble. Piano Quartet: Handel in the Strand, Lyell Gustin (piano), F. J. Rarthleigh (violin). Geo, Riley (viola), Brian King Ccllo), Two Pianos: Childrens March Over the hills and far away, Lyell Ousting Reginald Bedford, MR. J. O. RINGHEIM. Before I learnt about 'Frutt-a lives' I felt tired out and run-down, and my nerves were completely gone. Work seemed impossible. Since tak- ' ing Fruit-a-tives 1 feel like doing my work. Life is worth living again. I owe my present good health to 'Fruit-a-tlves' and unhesitatingly recommend them. Ho writes Mr. John O. Hingheim, of Wynndel, B.C., whose experience is typical of thousands restored to health by this fine fruit medicine. When the bowels and kidneys are not functioning properly and the stomach is hampeied m its work, nervous troubles often follow. Fruit-a-tives, the natural medicine, sets things right quickly and safely. Fruit-a-tives is composed of freeh fiuit juices, Intensified and combined with tonics a wonderful medicine. Step into the nearest drug store. Buy a 2o cent or 60 cent box. And know good health again. Bad Stomach For Years, Now Has New One REPEAT PLAY TONIGHT "A Scrap of Pa;Kr," presented by the Dramatic Club of St. Johns Cal hodral Wednesday evening, under the auspices of the 18-80 Club, was a huge success. The parish hall was fill, d for the occasion and tha players performed cre.11ta.bly. Mr. William Hale is director of the play. A second performance will he given this evening in the Cathedral hall. "My stomach was bad and I suffered terribly from indigestion. I began to take Adlerika and feel like a new person. My bowels and stomach have improved wonder-fully.--E. Huber. , Unlike most medicines, Adlerika acls upon BOTH upper and lower bowel, giving the Intestines a REAL cleansing and bringing out old poisonous matter you never thought was In jour system. Even if bowels move dally, you will be surprised how much more old matter Adlenku brings out which may have been causing all your trouble. In slight disorders, like occasional constipation, GAS bloating, Indigestion or sick headache, ONE spoonful always brings relief. Adlerika is a compound of the best saline Intestinal cleanser with glycerine, buckthorn, cascara and other gas-expelling and detergent elements. It Is excellent for Intestinal Stasis, a disease due to mod em ways of living and which is often tlie true cause of sour stomach, GAS bloating, nervous dyspepsia and restless sleep. Doctors Praise Adlerika Dr. li. L. Shouh, New York: Adlerika, In addition to its Intestinal cleansing, checks the growth of intestinal bacteria." Dr. A. C. Curl: I prescribe Adlerika with highly satisfactory results.' Dr. J. Weaver; in my 60 yearn practice, 1 have found nothing to excel Adlerika." . J. E. l'uckctt: After using Adlerika. I feel better than for , 2u -years. Awful impurities were eliminated from my system." - Dr. F. M. P. (name withheld by request): I use Adlerika in all bowel cases. Some require only one dose. No matter what you have tried for your stomach and bowels, Adlerika will surprise you.- At leading druggists. DENIES STATEMENTS SAINT JOHN. N.B., Jan. 26. Hon. J. M. B. Baxter, premier of New Drunswlok, today flatly denied statements published in Halifax, quoting a Saint John man said to be close to the premier, to the effect that New Brunswick would have govern, ment control and sale of liquor after June 1. E. J. Bridgeman, B. A. Harry S. Hay Eyesight Specialists SASKATOON NEW MACMILLAN BUILDING Cor. 21,t St ,nd 2nd Av. 24 HOUR SERVICE ON REPAIRS Phone 26)2-52404,58 In connection with special services opening this week at the Weatside Salvation Army corps, 427 Twentieth Street,' West, C. F. Mepham, divisional envoy, has announced his subjects for each evening. The envoy has Just concluded a series of services at Roblln, Manitoba, where his son. Captain W. J. Mepham, Is In charge. The subjects are: Wednes- charge. Tha subjects are: Thursday, "Signs and Wonders Today: Friday, Signs of the Times''; Saturday, The Power of Praiso; Sunday, 11 am., "Spurious Holiness": Sunday, 7.30 p.m., "Where Is Your Treasure?" On Sunday morning Rev. J. B. Taylor, of the Bible House, will be the speaker at a prayer meeting at half pudfc7 oclock. TORN HAIR DARK WITH SAGE TEA The old -dime mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked and faded hair Is grandmothers rec'pe, and folks are again using It to keep their hair a good, even color, which is quite sensible, as w are living in an age when a youthful appearance is of the greatest advantage. Nowadays, though, w don't have the troublesome task of gathering the sage and the muss mixing at home. All drug stores seal the tssady-to-uae product for only 75 cents. It Is Improved by the addition of other in- , gredlents, called "Wyeth's Sage and 1 Sulphur Compound It Is very pop j ular because nobody can discover j it has been applied gimpiy moisten your comb or a soft brush with It and ' draw this through your hair; taking one small strand at a time: by morning the gray hair disappears, hut what delights the ladies With Wyeth's Snge and Sulphur Compound 1 Is that, besldos beautifully -darken- i Ing the hair after a few applications, it also produces that soft lustre and appearance of abundance which Is so I attractive. - Modern Womens Hygiene Ends worries of old ways Discards like tissue Don't Forget the WHIST DRIVE and , Old Time Dance At the S. 0. E. Hall Ave. F & 20th St, Tonight SIX PRIZES Whist 8 o'clock Sharp Admission SOc (Tsx Incluled) We Reserve the Right to Refuse ' Admission. By ELt.KN J. BtTCKLAND. ttisulmd Nru SHEER gowns and gay frocks, business and social exactments under the most trying of hygienic handicaps are a comfort women of today enjoy. This because old hygienic ways are being widely supplanted by a new way called Kotex. i Kotex discards as easily as tis-r sue. Thus no laundry, no embarrassment of disposal. Its S times as absorbent as ordinary cotton "pads." Thus you wear lightest frocks r dance, motor, go for hours without a moment's doubt. Deodorises, tooj thus ending ail fear of offense. 8 in 1(1 better class women now employ this way. Doctor advise it. Nurses widely urge it. Obtain at any store without embarrassment simply by saying KOTEX. Try today and youll never again risk the uncertainty of old ways. Box of 12 costs only a few cents. Be sure you get the genuine. Only Kotex itself is "like Kotex. K O T e X No laundry discord lika tiaaua Phone Johnny. on-tha-Spot for Coal 6184 fT'HE way to buy dependable coal Is to purchase It of a reliable coal yard meaning us. Youll warm up to our coal and say that It Is the best that ever troplc-temperatured your home. BURN Rose-Deer The Deep Seam Coal Sold Only By T.M. Ball Lumber Co., Ltd. 614 Ninth Street. Phon 6184 EVERY GENUINE Heintzman & Co. PIANO bears the guarantee ot Ye Olde Firmc Which Is our Best Assurance of Service and Satisfaction. Graqds Uprights :: Players EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT ARRANGED YEOLDEFIRME Heintzman & Co., Ltd. 214 2nd Ave. South Phone 4498 (Opposite Woojworths) P.O, Box 384 MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY 1 V Old Firme," Heintzman & Co., Ltd., 214 Second Ave. H., Baakatoon. Gentlemen: -Without any obligation to me, please send me a catalog and full information about the Heintzman Plano, Name . Address PUBLIC WHIST DRIVE and HARD TIMES DANCE Gome in Your IUgs and Have a Ripping Time. LABOR TEMPLE, FEB. 1, 1927 (TUESDAY) AUSPICES LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE prize For Whist and For Best Costumes Csnts 76c. Whist 8 oclock. Dane 1( 1 Ladnt 60o. ROWLEY'S ORCHE8TRA EATON GROCETERIA 8TORE HOURS 8.30 TO 6 P.M. WEDNESDAYS INCLUDED EATON'S PRAIRIE BLEND BLACK TEA- Ier lb SHELLED WALNUTS . ler lb DATES 10-oz. pkgs., per pkg. MINNESOTA FANCY CROSBY CORN . 2 tins SMITHS TOMATO CATSUP 2 bottles CAIRO-PALM SOAP Per dozen cakes SUNLIGHT SOAP 4-bar carton Quick Quskti Per pkg Q Quick Quaker China Oats -Pkg Q Unci 6am' Breakfast Food ler pkg. O Triscuits Per pkg O Al Sauce Per battle.., O McCormick' Rich Butter Biscuits, pkg. Q Frsy Bento Corned Bf Per tin Mile Wheat Per pkg Crab Meat Per tin Lobster Ter tin Del Mont Fruit 8ald No. 1 tin... Toddy (Malt Choc-e!ats Per tin... VI -Tone 16-os tin Q Hsmz' Chill Sauce Per bottle. ...... ., Q Hin' Beefsteak 8suee Per bottle.. Connor' Herring. T. S., per tin. ... , .55 .53 .10 .35 .35 .55 .19 .16 P Franco-American - Spaghetti Per tin., p Winona Maid Strawberry 8-1b, eiler P Winona Maid Cherry J 0 Jem 8-llj. aealer, . . awO p Winona Pine.ppl. M.rma-l.d. QA 3-11). aealer aQU P Cairna Gold Fish malade !-!b. ner . . P Wagstaffa'a Ginqer malade Per 4-lb. tin P Glob Match Per dnz. small pkgs. i P French Muahroom. Tall tin P Ry-Critpe Per pkg P Ry-Crisp Cereal Per pVg p Eatonia Floor Wax 1-lb. tin Q Budwaiaer Malt Syrup rer tin.. .. P Smith's Br.mbl. Jelly 4-lb. tin.... p Dollar Sad. Per box........ Mar- .30 Mar .79 .25 .34 .43 .10 .45 .85 .73 .65 i

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