Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on August 24, 1931 · 6
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PACE (!CC THE SASKATOON STAR-PHCEN1X, MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1931. evening MARRIAGE OF POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE OF WIDE INTEREST IN PRO VINCE MISS JESSIE WILLE BECOMES BRIDE OF MR. KENT PHILLIPS; CEREMONY PERFORMED SATURDAY AFT-ERNOON AT UNITED CHURCH AT LIBERTY A WEDDING of Interest to many friends both In Saskatoon and Regina, took place in the United Church. Liberty, on Saturday, August 23i at 3.30 o'clock, when Miss Jessie Wille, onlv daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wille, Liberty, became the bride of Mr. Edward Kent Phillips, only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Phillips, of Saskatoon, Rev. B. Glover, of Liberty, officiating. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, looked lovely in her wedding gown of old ivory bridal satin, with guimpe of Al en-con lace, and empire sleeves of satin and lace. Her veil, worn cap style and held In place by orange blossoms, was fashioned of heirloom Venetian appHque lace. She carried a shower bouquet of Columbia loses and lilies of the valley. Hjr only ornament was a string of pearls. The bridesmaids. Miss Adele Fleming, of Grenfell, and Miss Edith Romans, of Moose Jaw, college friends of the bride, were gowned in embroidered organdie in shades of orchid and green, with lace mittens to match. Large drooping hats in harmonising shades completed their costumes. They carried quaint Colonial bouquets of rosebuds and sweet peas. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Paul Carpenter, of Saskntoon. Miss Gladys McKlllop, of Imperial, presided at the organ, and played the Bridal Chorus (Lohengrin) as the bridal party entered the church. During the signing of the register, Miss Lois Glover sang "I Love You Truly". Following the ceremony a reception was held on the lawn at the bride's home. Receiving with the bridal couple were Mr. and Mrs. F. Wille, parents of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Phillips, parents of the bridegroom. The bride's table was centred with the wedding cake, while candlebra of pink and white tapers and bowls of sweet paas, snapdragons and dahlias completed the artistic arrangements. The bride's mother chose for her costume a Gulnsborough blue crepe gown, with contrasting jacket of lace and hat and shoes to match. She wore a corsage of sweet peas and roses. Mrs. Phillips, mother of the bridegroom, was becomtngly gowned In biscuit colored georgette and lace, with model hat to match, and wore a corsage of sweet peas and roses. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a set of Marie Antoinette design sterling toilet articles; to the bridesmaid, gold evening bags; to the best man. a silver bill clasp; to Canada Sending Fewer Fash ion Experts To Winter Openings In Paris; Economy Is Main Reason By BOULEVARDIER PARIS, Aug. 23. Fewer Cana-' dlan .fashion experts than usual have been sent over by their houses to see the winter fashion "openings" here at which winter styles are being displayed. This may mean one of two things Canadian women will not have so much money to spend on expensive clothes this winter, or the forecasts of the new fashions have not attracted the fickle fancy of womenfolk in the Dominion. The former explanation would seem to be the more tenable. Buyers from most countries have not been so numerous as formerly. I am told that even the London style houses, which Tanked with the American as the best customers of the Rue de la Pajx, have cut down their orders in quite astonishing proportions, cauhing alarm to the fashion creators here. All this reacts on the little Parisian Individual who is the darling of fiction authors who write about Bohemian life In Paris. I mean, of course, the little midlnette. Unemployment among the mldl-tiettes and seamstresses has been serious recently. One of the biggest houses In Paris was recently forced to dismiss several hundred I QUALITY IS THE BEST BARGAIN you can buy in dry cleaning service. You get Quality from Rose' Dial 6108 or 7890 5if ! "Crafttmes la kceplnc thine sew" Oir Kveryday Vric. BREAD Brown or White 5c Chocolate Shop Ltd 11,1 second Ave. S. Blueberries Tuesday Morning 8 to 10 we offer 25 bankets fancy Ontario Blueberries, 15 His. of fruit, while they last per basket V Yea, We Have Apricots R. GORDON & CO. fhones S909 and 3036 2nd Ave. the soloist, a necklet of coral and cut crystal; and to the organist a necklace of old gold. The bridal couple motored to Wat rolls, to travel from there by train and boat to Windsor, and by motor to the Atlantic coast for an extended wedding trip. The bride chose for her travelling costume a suit of D'Orlalne kittens' ear broadcloth, trimmed with squirrel. Her hat and shoes were of eggplant shade, and she carried a bag of gray moire. On their return, Mr. and Mrs. Phillips will reside In Saskatoon.' Out-of-town guests Included Mr. and Mrs E. H. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford, Miss Marjorie Parkin and Mr. Paul Carpenter, all of Saskatoon; Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Gardiner, of Blggar; Mr. and Mrs. John Slater, Mr. and Mrs. McHattle, of Reglna; Miss Edith Romas and Mr. Thomas Romans, of Moose Jaw; and Miss Adele Fleming, of Grenfell. Dealer Discovers $2,000 Hidden In Pair Of Blankets Canadian Press TORONTO, Aug. 24. Writing in the local press on anttques "The Collector" tells of an auction Bale recently held at Mlmico, Ont., by Frank Waddlngton: "The auction was occasioned by the death of an old resident, a woman, who not to put too fine a point on it, had acquired the reputation of being a hoarder, one who put not her trust in banks and strong boxes, bur rather preferred to secrete her wealth in unexpected places about the house. Impetus was lent to the bidding by the announcement of this peculiarity before the sale, and the. further statement that relatives had discovered money to the extent of $50 hidden in various pieces of old furniture. The sequel to the tale Is that one of the bidders, a dealer, bid in among other things, a pair of old blankets which he took home and, mindful of the information he had received, ex amined them thoroughly, when he discovered sewn between the layers $2,000 in registered bonds. As an honest man there was but one thing for him to do, and he did it He sought out the trustees of the estate, told them of his discovery, and restored the bonds for delivery to tneir rigntrui owners. hands, while there have been vacant places caused around the sewing boards of other workshops where, once upon a time, busy needles and thread could not keep apace with the world of fashion's demand for gorgeous gowns. The mannikina, those stately ladles who always seem to have the air of being far removed from such mundane considerations as food, are finding competition more severe in the J task of earning their daily bread. . Before the coming of the white man, the Maya civilization had developed a calendar involving the knowledge of astronomy which was equal If not further advanced than that of the Old World at the time. ; The air route to Europe still lures j Ruth Nichols, society aviatrix, i who was hurt when her piano ! cracked up while en route to New-i founlland for the start of a projected trans-Atlantic flight last June. Here you see her, rapidly recovering from her injuries, in j the garden of her home at" Rye, N Y. She still hopes to be the i first woman to flv alone to Eur-. ope l To Fly Again I I' : 1 li Trosqraci Married At Liberty jj Vs jjf dv Ju J MIL AND MBS. KENT PHILLIPS Graduates of the University of Saskatchewan and well known In both Regina and Saskatoon, whose marriage at Liberty, Sask., the home of the bride's parents, took place on Saturday afternoon. The bride, formerly Miss Jessie Wille, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wille, of Liberty, obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Saskatchewan. The bridegroom was one of the first students to obtain his Master of Engineering degree from this university. SOCIAL and AIRS. A. S. MORTON left recent-ly for London, Ontario, to visit her father, Rev. C. W. Brown, D.D., for several weeks. Mr. John Tyrrell and daughter, .. a i j m. i 1 1 1 nnit .n- td- rv Cravens, have left, on a motor! trip to Calgary, Banfr, Vancouver and Spokane, visiting friends and relatives at these points. Miss Edith Cameron, of Reglna, la the guest for several weeks of Mrs. Harold U. Phillips. Complimenting Miss .Mildred James whose marriage to Mr. Joe Brown, of Philadelphia, will take place shortly, Miss Dorothy Campbell entertained at a handkerchief shower one evening last week Bridge waa enjoyed by the gues's, honors going to Miss Christina Jordan. Miss James leaves this week for Philadelphia. Miss F. Godby has returned to the city after a few days spent at the teachers" hostel cottage at Pike Lake. ,-. Miss Myra Smith-Jones has returned to Reglna after a holiday at Carlyle Lake. Miss June Phillips has returned from a. three weeks' visit with friend in Regina. She wag ac companied to Saskatoon by Miss Christine wmiams, wno -win her guest for a Tew weeks. . Hon. and Mrs. James F. Bryant leave Regina next Friday evening for Mlnaki where they will spend a short holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pringle and family, of Reglna, were week-end guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. F. M. Sayers, Twelfth Street. t Miss Ruby Faulkner left during the week-end for a two weeks' holiday at Sovereign, Sask. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Whelan have returned from a holiday spent at Banff and other polnta in the mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Howard, of Lanl-gan, were visitors in the city yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Gore, 308 Twenty-ninth Street, West, received the news Sunday of the death In San Francisco of Mra. Gore's brother, Michael Donovan, county assessor of San Benito County, California. Mrs. Wm. Thornton and children, who have been the guests of her mother Mrs. H. Lonuworth, for the past four weeks, left yesterday for their home in ew wesnninnier. Mrs. J. P. Graves is the guest of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. George Bell, Regina. Mrs. Graves i en route to her home in Saska toon after visiting at Fernie and Michel in British Columbia. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fletcher have returned home after a two weeks' holiday at Banff and Waterton Lake. They were accompanied by Mrs. A. B. Fletcher and Miss Vio let Fletcher. ... Mr. and Mrs. D. Blyth returned Saturday from a week s holiday at Wnskesiu Lake. Miss Christine McLeod, of Calgary, who has been visiting Miss Marlon Evans, left today for her home. Mrs. Dan Bray and daughter. Miss Belle Bray, returned Sunday from two weeks' holiday at Edmonton. In honor of Miss Mildred James, a popular bride-elect, Mrs. Frank Smith and Mrs. Harold Lee enter-talned at a charming linen shower one evening recently. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Smith. Mrs. W. Lee presided over the attractively appointed tea-table and assisting with the serving were Mrs. A. E. I-angton, Miss Martha Smith and Miss Catharine Ring-rose. Mr. and Mrs. F. Clayton, 134 Fourth Street, are being congratulated on the birth of a daughter on August 22. Mrs. F. Barby has returned from Detroit, where she has been visiting her sister, Airs. A. Cattell. " Mr. and Mrs. Al Hulrne have returned from a holiday spent at Vancouver, Victoria and xints west. Mrs. Hulme has been the giiest of her sister, Mrs. H. Martin, for the past ten weeks. Misa Lily Feldman. of London. England, who is coming to Saskatoon as an exchange teacher, arrived in Saskatoon today and is staying at the Teachers' Hostel. PERSONAL Miss Margaret Stewart enter tained on Thursday evening at ner home 816 Avenue F, North, In honor of Miss Duff, of Winnipeg, and Miss O'Hara, of Swanson, who are spending their vacation with her. The evening atartea wun wmai Mrs. H. Brvden. Miss O'Hara, Mr. J. Broadbent, Mr. H. Bryden, and Mr. J. Arcus winning the prizes. Lunch was served followed by a dance. Pipers Berry and Foster supplied the music tor me ocoicn dances. Mr. Foster with the violin, and Miss Rita Smith at the piano, played the old-time songs, ine guests included Mr. and Mrs. H. Bryden, Mr. and Mrs. W. Berry and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. Arcus, the Misses D. Pinchin, R. Smith, A. Smith, and Irene Bryden. Messrs. J. Broadbent, K Mauwooa, a. ay, H. Foster, V. Smith, and Mr. J McCracken, of Toronto. Mr. Lyell Gustln and Mr. Reginald Bedford arrived in Saskatoon i'ridav nlicht. following a three weeks' motor trip to Chicago and EvanBton, Illinois. Mrs. Winnifred Yeates, of the Buena Vista staff, has returned to the citv from England, where she spent the past year engaged in various phases of educational worn. While in London. Mrs. Yeates at tended lectures for one term at London University, and later spent half a term at Whitelanas college, which she formerly attended as a student, Mrs. Yeates reports she visited a number of elementary and secondary schools in different Darts of England during the course of her visit. She landed in Canada on Ausrust 3. having crossed the Atlantic aboard the Empress of Britain. Mr. G. O. Evans, of Moose Jaw. was a business visitor in the city during the week-end. Dr. Margaret Cameron will be the representative of the local University Women's Club at the triennial meeting of University Women's Clubs being held in Ottawa August 25, 26, and 27. m 9 v Miss Eva Ake. of the teachers' hostel, who was the guest -of Mrs. McKay, of Prince Albert, last week, has returned to the city 1 Miss Jean Habklrk, who has visiting Professor and Mrs. R. K. Baker at Wakaw, will return to the city today. Mr. and Mrs. John East re turned from an extended trip to England and the continent. While abroad they attended the international Rotary convention in Vienna. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Yule, Mrs. N. Edgar, of Regina, and Mr. and Mrs. G. 1. Archibald spent the week-end at Lake Manitou. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Dobson were week-end guests at Lake Manitou. , Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Charlebois were Prince Albert guests the end of last week. . Rev. and Mrs. Norris Alcock returned to Saskatoon last Wednesday from their honeymoon trip spent at Waskesiu. While in Prince AlDert tney were tne guests oi Canon and Mrs. Holmes. They left Friday for their home in Mortlach. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Perry and Miss Frances Hearst are spending the remainder of the month holidaying at Manitou Beach. , , Miss Use Schrader is the guest of Miss Maxine Munroe at Manitou Beach. Among Manitou Beach visitor over the week-end were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. With- erhead and Mr. and Mra. Nesbltt. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Noyea are holiday guests at Watrous. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Peterkin and small daughters are among Saskatoon visitors at Lake Manitou. Miss Jennie Williamson and Miss Aletha McDonald returned last eve ning from a two weeks' holiday at Manitou Beach. Miss Louise Seiban la holidaying in Edmonton, Calgary and Banff for the next two weeks. While in Banff. Miss Seiban will be the guest of Miss Mary Webber, Banff Springs Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Watson returned last evening from an enjoyable motor trip to 'Winnipeg. Brandon and Oak Lake, Man. They have spent the past week at Manitou Beach. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McQuarrie and son. Jack, returned home yesterday after a six weeks' motor trip WIFE OF RADIO SUPT. NOW IN EDMONTON Captain and Mrs. Hastings Re turn After Six Years in Northland Canadian Press ' EDMONTON. Alta.. Aug. 24. After six years spent in the north-land, Mrs. R. S. Hastings has come with ner husband, Captain Hastings, traffic superintendent of the North West Territories and Yukon radio telegraph system, to live in Edmonton. They brought with them the oldest and certainly the most beloved cat in the northland. Hoy Toy. Some years ago two cats were brought into the country. The life of a cat in the northland is made precarious to. a degree by the husky dogs so that few survive. The first cats to go in are long since dead and most of their offspring, but Hoy Toy survives through the loving care of the Hastings family wno never allowed him out unescorted by a human friend with a big stick. Mrs. Hastings loves the dogs also. At one time she and her husband owned 11 dogs. There Is nothing more thrilling than a 30-mile drive behind the racing dogs in winter weather, declared Mrs. Hastings. She has little sympathy with the idea that the northern dogs are vicious. They are nervous, high-strung and the victims often of hard usage by the Indians. The pack instinct within them la strong from their wolf ancestors which accounts for tragedies that sometimes happen, but the individual huskies are not vicious and when kindly treated can , become loyal pets, she declares. NO HURRY "Time is never of the slightest importance except on airplane day In the north," said Mrs. Hastings in reply to an eager question about her life in the territories. "Airplanes will not wait for anything and follow a schedule, so you see people hurrying after a radio message arrives that an airplane is coming. Steamers wait and there is no hurry for anything else, consequently, oldtimers in the north, acquire that calm, unhurried look so foreign to city dwellers." Mrs. Hastings is enthusiastic about her husband's profession. The radio, she says, has speeded up transportation, because with accurate Information by radio as to the condition of rivers for boats, and landing places for airplanes it is possible to make many more trips than formerly. The result Is that freight rates are less than they used to be, mails more frequent, and it is possible to send "outside" for many things that were once luxuries impossible to procure. Former Saskatoon Girl Sings Before Their Majesties BANFF, Alta., Aug. 23. With Their Majesties, King Prajadhipok, incognito as Prince Sukhodaya, and Queen Rambai Barnl present, the Alfred Heather Light Opera Company last evening scored their biggest hit of the opera season in their presentation of "The Plumber's Mate," by Odell. Herbert Hewet-son, as the husband; Ethel Codd Luening, formerly of Saskatoon, as the wife; George Lambert, as the plumber; Alfred Heather, as the plumber's mate; and Beatrice Mor-son as the maid, comprised the cast, an 4 with exceptional ability made every one of the many farci cal situations in the play register so fully that the large audience was in a constant staU of mirth and applause. Calendar ANNUAL PICNIC Annual basket picnic of All Saints' Church congregation and Sunday school, will hold their annual picnic on Wednesday August 26. All children are requested to meet at 1.3U o clock on that date, at the parish hall, First Street and Lome Avenue, the picnic is held at the Forestry Farm. Sutherland. THE WHETHER BUREAU Whether or not you have resolved never to give up the close cut bobbed head, yoir are going to be tempted away from youresolu- tion tms season. More pronounced grow the waves, and no hat looks well unless it is set atop system atically curled tresses. BUSTLE 8TYf.ES Whether you like tf,. bustle styles or not, you will be '.eeing a good many of them as the season advances. High sashes and high puffs at the back of the waistline are very much in order and often the low cut back of an evening dress comes right down to meet this point. " ' ' LIQUID TAN " Whether your skin'' has been tanned by the sun or not, you can still have that kind of complexion by using one of the liquid sun-tan powders. They give a healthy glow most becoming t darker skins and a lot of the gir.s are doing it this way, through Gaspe, Quebec, the Marl-times, Cape Breton - lslatd and parts of Massachusetts and New York states. j . f Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Malltvy spent ounuay at juanuou ucaca - Mrs. J. A. McKlnnon entertained Friday with a bridge sup?r in honor of Mrs. K. Swallwell and Miss Elsie Minions, of Brandon, 'who are the guests of Mrs. J. Armur. A color scheme of pink and bi'ie predominated the decorations. Tre table, with a lace cloth and pink mats, was centred with a crysta: bowl of mellows, pink aweet peas, bachelor buttons and gypsophiia, with corner vases of the same flowers. Place cards and guest favors in pastel shades completed the table appointments. The guests of honor each received pretty gifts. Honors t bridge were won by Mrs. J. U. Barlow and Miss Elsie Minions. Musician i An ) y MRS. EVELYN SMITH BISHOP Mus. Bac . who comes to Saskatoon, la a very enthusiastic and capable musician, Mrs. Bishop Is an honor graduate of Acadia and a Bachelor of Music, Chicago. Mrs. Bishop is opening a music studio at Suite 4, Riviera Apartments. - Lady' Gwendolyn Is Patient 'In Royal Victoria Montreal!-Que.. Aug. 23. Lady Gwendolyn Jellicoe, daughter of Admiral of the Fleet Earl Jellicoe, Is a patient in Royal Victoria Hospital, here. She is suffering from an attack of gastritis which developed at sea and was taken to hospital by Countess Jellicoe upon arrival nere Saturday nigni. Lady Gwendolyn is being attend ed by Dr. Edward Archibald. It was announced tonight she had spent a "fairly comfortable day" Weddings RIDDELL McGRATH ' AT the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McGrath, 1007 Melrose Avenue, a very pretty wedding was solemnized on Saturday, August 22, when their eldest daughter Mary, became the bride of Mr. Walter Riddell, only son of the late Mr. W. R, Riddell and Mrs. Riddell, of Peterborough, Ont., and neDhew of Hon. Justice Riddell, of Toronto. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev. Fr. B. J. Kennedy, O.M.I, pastor of St. Joseph's parish, Nu-tana. The bride was given in marriage by her father and was attended by her sister,' Berniece. Mr. J. McGrath, an uncle of the bride, acted as groomsman. Aa the bride entered the drawing room. Master Bob McGrath, her youngest brother, played the bridal march from Lohengrin. The house was prettily decorated with gladioli and aweet peas. Following the ceremony a wedding luncheon was served at the home of the bride's parents, after which Mr. and Mrs. Riddell left on the Continental for Seattle, Vancouvu. and Victoria. Mr. and Mrs. Riddell will be at home at 12 Kewanee ApartmenU, after September 30. . L NKILSON CLARK A quiet marriage was solemnized at St. Matthew's Church. Tlsdale, Thursday, August 13, when Mr. Emil Neilson, of Ayleham, and Miss Alice Winnifred Clark were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. H. P. Laurence. Mrs. T. Clark, mother of the bride, and Mrs. W. Blue, of Aylsham, acted as witnesses. Mr. and Mrs. Neil-son Intend making their future home in Saskatoon. ONE DAY MORE TUESDAY Men's Suits Light Coats Plain Dresses Spring Coats 50c Dry Cleaned and Pressed CASH CARRY Picked Up and Delivered, 60 Country Customers 60c - Send Ad With Parcel. I DOZEN TIES 75c Cleaned and Pressed SUNBURST 7f" SKIRTS. ............ I WW Cleaned and Pleated All Fur Trimmed . A and Heavy O'coats . . . 9 I FANCY C1 DRESSES... 9 I Cleaned and Pressed We Use Exclusively the Latest and Most Improved GLOVER SYSTEM 100 Times More Thorough Than Any Other System Owing to the big- response to our special, garments will be returned as soon as we are able to get them finished. What We Advertise We Have. What We Have We Show. Oar Plant Is Open For Inspection at all Times. Next to the Blue Store TKls Special Is Also Good at Oar Branch: 119H Second Ave. North OR DAINTY LUNCHEONS D Almost an endless variety of luncheons can be prepared with Kraft cheese. Sliced, it provides royal meal with crackers or bread ... it toasts temptingly and for flavouring cooked dishes, it untur. jVaxfe&iCteJMds) H fffi API? Qxmiai 11 Kdtbythen.ker.ofKr.ftSWDrtirinjsrVlveU. ln$ote "Bag tttym H B C GROCERIES MILK Carnation Evaporated Unsweetened milk, 2tln'25c JELLY POWDERS Jello Jelly Powders, assorted flavors, . 3pkt"21c . SOAP P. & G. Naptha Seap, 10bar,35c Tuesday Meat Specials Young Lamb Stew, ABa 2 lbs. for CWW . Choice Veal Stew, QJJ. 3 lbs. for CSC VEAL SHANKS. per ,lb. . . . . , Nice for Jellying and Pickled Pork, nice to fry or boil, 17f per lb lib Legs of Young Lamb, per lb. . .. 23c Prices Effective Tuesday Prices Effective Tuesday Morning Only Pickles Sweet, Sour or Chow Jar . . . 29c oral Oxfore Pears ST-JET? Cornflakes lZuTvt IsOJiee 1 Vacuum Puckrd . . Baking Powder Wednesday Morning Specials Sugar Limit 10 lbs. 10 lbs. . . 53c VUUVVWK KUUS Jelly Powders Limit S rsekam 'PAmntAaa FmMI B.C. Firm and Ripe n'Sdhlnston No. 1 Fruit , . Apricots Apples New Vmr ' f Wealthles. Oranges Sunklst or Valencia KBs Dozen . . 27c Meat Department Fresh Pork Spare Ribs . lb. 11c Minced Baby Beef . . 2 lbs. 15c Brisket Boiling Beef . . .lb. 6c Tuesday Morning Special 10 to 11 a.m. only , Steaks - Steaks - .Steaks T-Bone Sirloin Round or Club Lb. . . . ... 16c fators 6121 PEAS Standard Quality Peas, No. 4 2 Un" 25c SALMON Pink Seal Salmon, flats, choice quality 2t,n'15c CORN " Del Malz Corn, fancy quality, 2tin830c Lean Beef Stew, S lbs. for ........ 25c Corned Beef, not 4 Cm' too salty, per lb..... I WW Making Potted Veal 5c Large Young Chickens, OCp per lb fa WW Young Boiling 1 7 Fowl, per lb. '. 116 and Wednesday, 25th, 26th Calay Soap Limit 6 Cakes 3 cakes . 20c .lb. 19c 2 tins 25c . . pkg. 8c . .. tin 45c tin 23c packages Ihildrn Aral ' ritra IS w. tins P.&G. Soap Limit 10 bars lObars. .35c . lb. 25c 3 pkgs. 13c 2 lbs. 15c basket 49c case $2.05 Famous Cucumbers Finest B.C. Box . . .,63c Stares Unites

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