Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on October 29, 1935 · 9
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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Tuesday, October 29, 1935
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1935. SASKATOON STAR-PIKENIX. PAGE NINE THE WOMAN'S PAGE MAKES PLEA FOR NORMAL TREATMENT Physically Handicapped Should Be Given Chance Declares Crippled Lawyer Canadian Press MONTREAL, Oct. 28. A plea the physically handicapped be given a chance and treated In the same fashion as normal persons was made here today by William R. Watson, a graduate in arts and law of the University of Alberta, and himself handicapped since birth. He addressed the Montreal Women's Club recalling that in his youth he learned to write with his feet, and later while a student at university took notes by holding a pencil in his mouth. Mr. Watson's theme was that while a great deal was done to keep crippled children alive In hospitals, not so much was accomplished to ensure their being placed upon their discharge- He cited his own case. With, two university degrees and 100 per cent physical disability he found no opening. For some lime he sold insurance, then worked as a radio announcer, but gave it up because the work "requires a fierson with 10 fingers to manipu-ate broadcasting equipment." He emphasized the need for vocational schools where the handicapped child may be given a proper mental attitude. Mr. Watson recited a poem of his own composition and sang a solo. His tenor voice won him a gold medal at an Alberta musical festival. President -mum rew a "-' ,ihk wwaww V it ', ." ,1 MRS. N. LING president of the Ladles' Auxiliary to the Canadian Legion, who is in charge of arrangements for the Remembrance Day tea, an annual and much anticipated event arranged by this organization. Proceeds from the tea always go toward the Poppy Fund. This year it is being held November 6. i GLOVES NEVER REALLY WORN, JUST CARRIED Displayed as Ornaments by Englishmen ; Observation of Quest From West Plays Role Pork Pie Supper Will Be Held by Yorkshire Society An executive meeting of the Saskatoon Yorkshire Society was held in the home of Mr. Exley Sunday afternoon. Plans were made for the forthcoming meeting on November 15, when the society will invite all past and present members and other Yorkshire-born people to a pork pie supper and entertainment. The December meeting will be held on Boxing Day in conjunction with the annual Christmas tree and Mrs. Mayers and Mr. Elvin were named as a committee in charge of arrangements. The hope chest committee reported progress and tickets will be available for members and friends by Wednesday of this week. S.A. Band to Give Program in Biggar The Salvation Army Citadel Band will journey to Biggar next Friday evening where it will give a musical festival In the Presbyterian Church commencing at 8 o'clock. Rev. W. T. Kirkbride, minister of the Anglican Church at Biggar, will be the chairman. Proceeds from the event will be used for the furtherance of the Army's work in Biggar. A program of exceptional merit including selections and marches, instrumental duets and quartettes, will be given by the band under the direction of Bandmaster George C. Weir. Adjutant S. Joyce, commanding officer of the local Citadel Corps, who was stationed in Biggar twelve years ago, is in charge of arrangements. Calendai CENTRAL CIRCLE Central Circle of St. John's Cathedral will meet at the home of Mrs. N. Craddock, Suite A-7, Cambridge Court, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. GRACE W.A. University Drive Circle of Grace Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Lyons, 706 University Drive, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. GRACE WJV. Mrs. L. Anderson's circle of Grace United Church W.A. will meet at the home of Mrs. G. E. Miller, 522 Tenth Street, Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. KIT KAT KLUB Members of the Kit Kat Klub are requested to meet at the home of Miss Helen Madlll, 632 Fourth Street, this evening at 8 o'clock. BETA PI GAMMA CLUB Owing to the Inclement weather the meeting of the Beta Pi Gamma Club at the Y.W.C.A. this evening has been postponed. ALTAR SOCIETY Mrs. Haid's Circle of St Joseph's Altar Society will meet at the home of Mrs. Slough. 219 Eleventh Street, Wednesday evening. McClarys Jubilee Ranges Are fitted with McC'lary Vrntl-blftsl Fire Brick lining!. Designed to burn any fuel, and particularly suited for Canadian eoal. Bret trade of Canadian toft eoal contain 84 volatile sues, M doe Alberta coal. McClar? Ventl-blaat burn these fanes by discharging pre-heated air over the fire. AKITT'S HARDWARE 433 80th St., West. Phone 18265 BUENA VISTA CIRCLE Buena Vista Circle of Grace Church W.A. will meet at the home of Mrs. A. M. Dyrk, 134 Seventh Street, Thursday afternoon. O.N.O. CLUB The O.N.O. Club will hold a masquerade party at the home Of Mrs. O. Purves, 110 Eighth Street, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. PLEASANT HILL UNIT Pleasant Hill Unit of St. Andrew's Church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. Laidler, 222 Avenue S, south, Wednesday afternoon at 2.30. By GLADYS ARNOLD LONDON, Eng. (By Mail). Contrary to the belief held commonly by most people Englishmen never wear gloves. We have verified this statement beyond contradiction by standing for hours at busy corners in London watching Englishmen go by. We have checked up on Englishmen in all walks of life from the Mayfair gentleman to the gentleman at our corner who looks exactly like King Edward and sells papers with the air of conferring a title upon you. Indeed, we are sure that His Majesty was much more flippant about it. Yet, after four weeks of diligent study and observation we can say without fear of argument that Englishmen never wear gloves. That does not mean, however, that Englishmen never buy gloves. Decidedly not. England has the reputation of producing some of the finest gloves for men In the world. Gloves may be bought as low as two shillings a pair and as high as 10 guineas a pair. Which is a lot of money in Canadian cur rency. No, the Englishman, whether he is rich or poor knows all about the superiority of English gloves and therefore every Englishman carries a pair. ORNAMENT The glove in the hands of an Englishman is an ornament that marks him as "well-turned-out." None of this turning one glove inside the other and stuffing the pair in a pocket, or crumpling the fine leather into a wrinkled ball and carrying it scrunched up in the hand as is done in even the best circles In Canada. No every pair of gloves we have seen carried in the hands of an Englishman looks as though they had been lifted carefully from the glove box with a pair of tongs, deposited in the hand at just the proper angle the fingers sticking out one end so and the cuffs the other end so. One day we did see a more venturesome gentleman with one glove on. We were so amazed that we decided to follow him and make sure. A few moments were enough to reassure us that this was no tradition-breaking Englishman. Up the street about half a block he met a friend and at once they both broke into a stream of French. However, no rule would be good if there was not an exception to it One profession in England calls for gloves and here the glove is worn. The doormen of England wear gloves. These gentlemen are creatures of great magnificence. Some of them wear violet suits with silver Btripes at the sides, short violet waistcoats with black and silver vests; a tremendous number of decorations at one side, fine sil- sieeves, a high-polished plug hat that shines like a sDinster's nose. splendid grey spats and gloves. nut. ine moment this gentleman comes off duty before his imposing aoor ironi ana returns to his own clothes to take a Btroll throuirh Regent Park or along the Embank ment tnere he is, his hands freshly washed, his nails beautifully manicured, and carried just so a pair oi gioves. Js4ab4 " ' Miss Mabel Irene Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Russell of Brooksby, became the bride of Mr. Wesley Lawrence Craig, sen of Mr. and Mrs. WilltHm Craig of Star City. The officiating clergyman was Rev C. R. Heard, B D. The bride was becomingly attired In a floor length gown of blue crepe. Witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mooncy, sister and brother-in-law of the bride. Following the wedding breakfast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Craig, the happy couple left to spend their honeymoon at Saska toon and other points. Upon their return they will reside near Star City. MISS HELEN SHERRER Saskatoon Little Theatre Club is staging Its opening play, "The Middle Watch" at the Regent Theatre tonight and Wednesday beginning at 8.30 o'clock. An important role In this initial production Is being played by Miss Sherrer, who has done splendid work in several local amateur plays. "The Middle Watch" is an entertaining comedy, sparkling with amusing lines and situations. .and has In its cast, a number of. .well-known members of the Little Theatre Club. Mrs. R. Carroll is the producer. Tickets may be Becured at the box office this evening and ce.n be credited on membership up to December 1. WILDE PEARCE A quiet wedding took place on October J8 at the home of Mrs. Roy Crossman, 307 Albert Avenue, Saskatoon, when Miss Gladys r-earce, eldest daughter of Mrs Pearce of Leney, was united in marriage by the Rev. Mr. Brown, to Mr. Benjamin Boyd Wilde, youngest son of Mr. Ben Wilde of Kinley. The bride looked lovely In white lace and angleskin with a coronet of orange blossoms and a bouquet or white asters and pink carnations. She was given away by her father. The bridesmaid. Miss Etta Pearce, siBter of the bride, was attired in blue krinkle crepe with hat to match and she carried a bouquet of yellow 'mums. The best man was Mr. Frank Wilde, brother of the bridegroom. After the wedding ceremony a de- ngntrui lunch was served by Mrs. R. Grossman and her daughter, Eleanor, and Mrs. Turner. The wedding cake was cut by the bride and served by Willard Crossman, youngest son of the hostess. The young couple will reside near Kinley. Tom Body played during the signing of the register. The Rev. Mr. Paschel of Star City officiated. The happy couple left later for Calgary and points west where the honeymoon v.-.!! be sepnt, after which they will make incir home on the groom's farm near Three Hills, Alberta. GANYO PETHICK A quiet wedding took place at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. Rose at Hafford when Miss Aphina Pethlck, only daughter of Mr. H. Pethick of Speers, became the bride of Mr. Sylvester Ganyo of Mayfair. The ceremony was performed by Dr. A. Rose of Hafford with only near relations present. The bride wore a becoming gown of white taffeta, ankle length, and carried sweetheart roses. The bride and groom were supported by the bride's brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pethick of Speers. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Ganvo will reside In the Mayfair district. BEDFORD ROAD CIRCLE The Bedford Road Circle of St. Thomas-Wesley W.A. will meet at the home of Mrs. R. Langhorne, Avenue F and Bedford Road, Thursday afternoon at 2.30. TEA AND SALE The Women's Association of Westminster Church will hold a sale of home cooking and will serve afternoon tea on Saturday, November 9, in the former Criterion Cafe, Twen- ty-nrst street. COAL FOR Clean Economical Heat PHONE 3456 For Sale Exclusively by THE MONARCH LUMBER CO, LTD. MOVING? Your household goods , ara fully INSURED every minute they are In our care, -. SASKATOON CARTAGE EXECUTIVE MEETING An executive meeting of the Thornton-Buena Vista Ratepayers' Association will be held at Buena Vista school Wednesday evening at a o ciock. CAR A AMICA CLLB The Cara Arnica Club will meet Wednesday evening in the Helger- son Block at s o clock. List of Societies Assisting With Annual Poppy Day Outstanding work is being done In preparation for the annual Poppy Day, the day given over to honor ing the memory of those who passed on during the Great War. Many of the local organizations are assisting with the necessary arrangements and are contributing loyal and appreciated help. Among those are: Graduate Nurses' Association, MiBS A. Ferguson; St. Paul's Hospital Alumnae, Miss Dunling; Women's Liberal Club. Mrs. R. W. Gamble; Wo-He-Lo, Miss Rose Collins; Hugh Cairns Chapter, I.O.D.E., Mrs. J. A. Gilroy; Edith Cavell Nursing Division, Mrs. W. Sheridan; Number 7 Nursing Division. Mrs. W. Johnston; St. Paul's Altar Society, Mrs. C. Hynes; Women's Conservative Club, Mrs. R. M. Pitts: Salvation Army. Mrs. Joyce; Ladies' Auxiliary to Canadian Legion, Mrs. Mayers; City Hospital, Mr. Herbert; Business and Professional Women's Club, Miss Helen Huxtablc; Ladies' Auxiliary Army and Navy League, Mrs. Ayres: Mil itary Chapter, I.O.D.E., Mrs. R. ; Hawkins; Sanatorium, Mr. H. I. Cowley; Nutana. Mrs. T, P. Pid-i cock: University, Mr. W. Francis; Wholesalers, Mrs. Philpott, Sr. I MUSICAL ART CLLB The monthly meetine of the Sutherland Branch of the Musical Art Club will be held at the home of Miss Mildred Cowan, Thirteenth Street, Tuesday evening at eieht o clock. Any new member will be welcomed. October Wedding f V M v - f Weddings KING DISHAW iF INTEREST to many in Sas- katoon was the wedding which took place Sunday, October 20, at the home of the brlde'B parents in Conquest, when Miss Bertha Mae Dishaw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dishaw, became the bride of Mr. Jack Sanford (Mickey) King, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. King, Saskatoon. A large number of Saskatoon friends motored out to Conquest for the ceremony which was performed by the Rev. C. Sharpley. Given In marriage by her father, the bride entered the living room as the wedding march was played by Mrs. H. J. Dishaw. Her frock was a graceful model of chiffon velvet In French violet shade with hat to match and with this ntie wore a corsage of roses and mauve baby 'mums. Miss , Dede Wright of Saskatoon as bridesmaid, wore a dress of dove grey ornamented with blue and grey steel beading. Her corsage was likewise of roses. The best man was Mr. James R. McGowan of Saskatoon Black satin and lace fashioned the smart frock worn by Mrs. Joseph Dishaw, mother of the bride, while a corsage of carnations lent an effective color contrast. Mrs. King was gowned In black crepe with cut velvet trimmings and cor sage of carnations. During the signing of the register Mrs. J. W. Dishaw of Milden was heard in the solo, "I Love You Truly." A buffet luncheon was served after the ceremony from a table ar tistically decked with pink tapers and white streamers, while in the centre was the wedding cake. As sisting with the serving were the Misses Florence Thome, Marjorle Thompson, Nettie Thomson and Mrs. Robert Dishaw. Later in the day the bride donned a smart travelling costume of grey tweed with black accessories, and the younir couple left for their home at White Star, Saskatchewan. Guests from a distance who at tended the weddine were: Mr. and Mrs. C. W. King, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McGowan, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wallace, Mrs. Helen Thompson, Mrs. E. H. Austin, Misses Florence Thome Dede Wright, Marlorie Thompson, Belle Bray, Nettle Thomson, Messrs. Charlie King, Tommy Wilson and Thomas Austin of Saskatoon; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dishaw. Blllle and Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dishaw and Gwen of Milden; Mr. Robert Twldale of Conquest. RICHARDSON RENNER A quiet but pretty wcddlntr was solemnized in the manse on Wed nesday afternoon, October 23, when Miss t-Ua Kenner or Semnns he- came the bride of Charles Richnrd son also of Semans district. The bride, attired in a suit of French blue, was given in marriage by -her rather, Mr. Carl Kenner. Rev. K, Pierce Congdon of the United Church, officiated. Only immediate relatives of the bridal couple were present, hollowing the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Richardson left by car for a short honeymoon, after which they will take up residence on the groom a farm soutii of Eemans. CRAIG RUSSELL A pretty wedding was solemnized at the St. Thomas Anglican Rec tory Wednesday, October 23, when MR, AN MRS. J. 8. KING whose marriage took plsce recently at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dishaw, at Conquest. For some years the bride, formerly Miss Bertha Dishaw, has resided in Saskatoon, and is well known for her activities in connection with the Cara Arnica Club. Mr. King's parents are also residents of this city. PENRICE ANDREWS The home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Andrews, in the Grass Lake district, was the scene of a pretty wedding when their daughter Lillian May Andrews, ana Alexander fenrlee were united in marriage. The bride, who entered the living room on the arm of her father, was gowned in Ivory crepe back satin, and wore a veil caught with orange blossoms. Her bouquet was of American Beauty roses, and lily of the valley. The bridesmaid, Miss Essie Andrews, sister of the bride, chose royal blue crepe for the oc casion; while the best man was the groom's brother, George Pen- rice of the Thorndale district Mrs. WEEKS ALLCOCK Mr. George Melville Weeks of Kronau, and Miss Sylvia May Allcock of Ermine, were the principals In a lovely house wedding at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. j and Mrs. Thomas E. Allcock at Ermine on Friday evening, October ! 25. Rev. A. E. Elliott of St. Pauls; United Church, Sutherland, uncle of the bride, reading the service. To the strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding March plaved by Miss Frances Elliott of Sutherland, the bridal party took their places, Mr. , Esmond Allcock, accompanying the groom and Miss Gwen Allcock act-. ing as bridesmaid. Mr. T. E. Allcock gave the bride away. The bride wore a gown of ivory ; crepe with veil and carried pink roses, while the bridesmaid wore blue net and carried yellow 'mums. During the signing of the register. Miss Jean Allcock sang "Because." . After the service more than thirty ; guests enjoyed a buffet lunch at which Mrs. A. E. Elliott and Mrs. A. W. Hamwood poured tea. Rev. 1 A. E. Elliott proposed the toast to the bride and the groom made a very fitting acknowledgment. The happy couple motored to Klndersley, ; going on to Saskatoon and Regina, ' the bride travelling In a smart suit of brown and white corded silk with harmonizing accessories. They will be at home after November 1 at the groom's farm near Kronau. i m m r HALLOWE'EN APPLES tU.DH. IIM'S .. ISe HMV .Mfl.Vlor-H and 1131, lr bo AMV MrlNTUNH and ISS's, al per box 4 Itw rfc M. IN TUMI KfcllK, I', and K., iter x No. S M.IMOMI m Rr.l. r. and K.. bra B lb r M V IONATH ANS r and V., per bo... CI.K JON A 111 A NX. r . Mlid F., er bm . . m 1 KK liKIMKH l.ol.DKN K. and r'., nrr boa. . . . J No. S KIMS. V. and F., per hoi J PKANITH. fmh roailrd, pr In M hi ( KKRS 1 O for I rk 1 IUC ( HH OI.ATM, Uanonc'l, Prlb J.C Yes, we have Pumpkin and J Squush. a Cordon's Groceteria and H Fruit Market 2ND AVKM K 81.85 S1.75 'ir 81 .H5 '81.75 81.75 10c STOP THE SPREAD OF COLDS ...Use KLEENEX FOR HANDKERCHIEFS AT HOME . Kleenex only should be used for handkerchiefs-Then when one member of the family has a cold it will not spread like wild-6re. There are over 30 other different home uses for Kleenex, too. AT SCHOOL. ..One pupil can start an epidemic of colds that will rage throughout the entire school. Protect other children as well as your own. Give your child Kleenex disposable tissues to use as handkerchiefs. At office... Keep box of Kleenex handy. In this way thousands save the loss of valuable time due to colds ... and avoid the discomfort, the ill-appearaoce of a raw, red nose. aj r lar av m ajriaf I nul n n 1 1 17 I There la onlytnt Tebeaure you e.tlt ash forlt Ml M r C WW LW "Hlvhl by nam.. De net substitution of Inf.rier I IMa1)0MM CD1 WBUS ENDORSED BY THE PROVINCIAL AND DOMINION DEPARTMENTS OF AGRICULTURE OCT. 28 to NOV. SERVE THESE POPULAR "MADE IN THE WEST" BRANDS Iwiil liea$t ilpi lPgl (llJ oJ) Pjisil iRICHor NOURISHING "IT SPREADS" j'lMENTTTLJ Q NOW ON SALE AT SPECIAL PRICES AT THK FOLLOWIXU LEADING STOKES IN CITY AND COUNTRY SASKATOON take siaMalSaaSaaaaaaaaaw I ET CAR ROYAL BIRTHDAY ! SINAIA, Roumania, Oct. 29 I Rouraania'a tempestuous Royal I family gathered today to celebrate I the 60th birthday anniversary of j Queen Marie "the Queen who j was. She waa surrounded by all her j I children except one daughter, the widowed Queen Marie of Yugoslavia. A grand dinner will be : j given tonight by King Carol in I honor of his mother. LITTLE THEATRE CLUB Opening Performance "The Middle Watch" TONIGHT and Wednesday Night OCTOBER 29 and 50 830 P.M. REGENT HAXXi Open night tickets at door, WKr, can le applied on membership up to December 1st. SAVE 2 T?NNS 5 PHONES 5050 or 6161 Albert Meat Market, 520 Clarence Ave. George Andenton, Sutherland Archer's Meat Market, Ave. E and 83rd 8t. All B. Si U. Storm. BlIlliigNgate I IhIi Market, 203 2nd Ave., So. Frank Binghum. Broadway Meat Market, 121 Broadway. Buena Vista Meat Market, Cor. lyorne Ave. and 2nd St. Cartledge Grocery. Central Grocery, 3rd Ave. and 25th St.. K. J. ( lendenlng. Comet Meat Market, 107 20th St., W. Crescent Grocery, 1031 Ave. J, So. Crescent Meat Market. Crown Meat Market, 2K 2nd Ave., So. ' Cryatal Groceteria, 102 3rd Ave., So. rtaylite Grocery. DeGuerin Grocery. The T. Eaton Co., Ltd. I ADANAC W. Wheatland. ALLAN J. G. Klotz. ,1. Allan. CoMHidy Chapelle. ANERLEY P. Hlgget, ARELEE P. Limhlk. Arelee Trading Co. ASQtllTM F. Miller. HALDWIN'TON V. Vance. BKADl.K K. N. Morgitn. BKK(HY-I). Hanty. BIUOAK James Bros. Millers Grocery. BIRSAY Cook Bros. S. A. McLeml. BORDEN Smith & MQuarrle. Red and Whit. BRAPWKLI R. .1. Moffat. BREMEN Vic. Biglow. BROCK C. Wilcox. Rov Noble. W. F. Strong. CANDO Red and White, CARLTON J. Hock Si Son. CAVELI, J. Kaufman, f 'LA VET H. . Brownrigg. C'LOAN A. C. Gordon. COI.ONSAY W. I Kemp. C'O.NQi; EST Jackson's Grocery. CUDWORTH Schmidt Bros. Wine Bros. II. Nehozenko. CUT KNIFE H. t iHrke. P. Margot. B. Gta. DAFOF Bums & Sons. DAI.MENY J. GelHbrechi. UELISLF Thos. Rolmon. S. W. Mouiton. DEMAIXE Moore Si McKlnley. DENIIOLM C E. Bolan. Red and White. T. Morman. DINSMORE R. A. Warcup. W. L. Clark. DOMREMY Donsereau's Store, J. F. OueUete Si Co. L. Parent. Ferrault Si Comeau. DONOVAN Thos. Hahn. Empire Meat Market. Fletcher Confectionery, (Opp. University. R. Gordon Si Co., 247 2nd Ave., So. T. Hamilton, 726 7th Ave., No. Harry's Mciit and Grocery, 306 20th St., W. Henlck llroN. Meat Market, 839 20th St., W. Hub i;rni'ery, MIS Ave. K, So. Hudson's Bay Co. Ideal Grocery. Idylwyld Grocery, 1002 Lome Ave. Independent Grocery. iNherwood Bros., 114 2nd Ave., So. Joluihton's Fruit. John Kalvn. Kayes Grocery, 218 33rd St,, W. J. Kcedwell Grocery, City Market, Ave. A, So. Kinch Si Snow, BO I S.Hril St., W. Ijiimon'B Groceteria, 1024 l.orne Ave. IanNdownn Grocery, 12th St, and Lansdowne. Magnet Grocery, 617 Ave. II, So. Mulkln's Food Store, 1601 20th St., W. Mayfair Meat Market, Ave. F and iWrd St, Archie Middleton, 156 2nd Ave., No. Murray's Meat Market, 702 Broadway. Mct'locklln Grocery, 401 5th Ave., No. McCilll and Steenson, 7th Ave, and Princess St. McLean's Grocery, 1717 20th St., W. Nalevykln's Food Store, 202 33rd St, W. Nullum Meat Market, 828 Broadway. All O.K. Economy Stores both City and Country, Olsen Grocery, 1200 7th Ave., No. Parr's Grocery, Victoria and Main. Potter's Meat Market, 802 Broad-way. Prairie Meat Market, 309 2Mb St., W. DL'CK LAKE A. Ferret II. Desmarais. DRUID A. Earle. DUNBLANE O. A. Kohnke. EATONIA fieorge Root. Eaton Supply. ESTON E. Plant. l-umon Si Beyers. FIELDING L. W. Stott. FISKE G. B. Miller. FLAXCOMBE A. Stollstelmer. Blue Bird Grocery. A. Gazcloff. FORGAN J. F. Walker. FREMONT K. Vance. GLAMIS George Weller. GLIDDEN R. A. McDonald. GKANDOKA McKinnon and Weldon. GUNNWORTH O. Flnnbagason HAGUE A. P. Born. J. A. Fries(n t Sens. Schcllcnberg Grocery. HARRIS P. Shewell. V. T. Jennings. HERSCHEL U, S. Cruick-shanks. W. Laewen. HOEY Royal Mercantile Co. C. Clement, HUMBOLDT Hrusers Ltd. Mclnnls Bros. M. PitMi. Safeway. Art Morley. KEI.FIELD W. Roane. KEPPKL Keppel Co-op. KINLEY II. Squires. KLNDERSLEY C. Keid. A. E, Edwards. C. W. Baker. Klndersley Bakery. T. M. McEwen. LAC VERT J. C. Adams. LAIRD D. D. Frlesen. LANDIS Landls Co-op. Nellls Si Son. LANGHAM P. T. Thelsscn. r. Miller. LA PORTE I Porto Grain (.rowers. LAI'RA Mrs. J. McCnrdv. I.KII'SM; K. Kaufman. LOKFNARII II. Swlck. I.OVEKNA W. Hemming. LUCKY LAKE Moore & Mc-Kin!"V. LUSELAND Sample Bros, and Beck. P. Klehelof. LYDDEN It. Burke. MACROKIE D. L. Gallup. ,1. V. Allan. Rov Gillies. MacDOWALL .1. M. Paul. E. M. Kills. MACK UN Macklln Trailing. MADISON Rumsdaln Si Dobson MAYMONT A. E. Bean. N. Friedman. McOF.E T. GhIcs. M EACH AM L. Zlvot. S1JLBEN Mit.hrl! Si Co. I. !M. Forrest M ILLE It n I.E N . Jucklln. MI'KNSTEK A. V. NKTHEKHII.L G. Ralph. OS IKK P. R. Abrams. PERDUE Sam Baker. Pete's ash Store. S. A. Todd. PETERSON J. .1. Felix. PHIPPEN M. Olsen. PLATO Johnson's Grocery. PLENTY A. Mt-lnlyrn. I'll NKETT S. Llvergant. QUILL LAKE Wm. Hausseeker KADISSON J. L. Campbell. T. tteeilun. RED PEEK I1ILI M. D. Blair. IUCHLEA Lindsay's General Store. ROSETOWN Assaly Bros. Kings, Ltd. ROSTI1ERV Modern Meat Market Nolle Co. Sam's Bargain Store. ltomowich Si Kostulk. II. Doerlng, Purity Meat Co., 212 20th St., W. Q. and S. Store, KM Broadway. Kayner Meat Market Sutherland Klversdule Grocery, 720 Ave. I, So. Royal Meat Market. 135 2nd Ave., No. Roy's Foodland, 810 Broadway. All Safeway Stores. Standard Grocery, 904 Victoria Ave. Star Meat Market, 235 20th St, W, George Tapley, 819 Broadway. The Little Gem Grocery, Ut08 I-orne Ave. Victoria Grocery, Victoria and Main. Wespolnt Grocery. Western Meat Market, 221 20th St., W. Westmount Grocery, S39 Ave. I, No. Westmount Meat Market, 337 Ave. I, No. Wilson Grocery. 828 Broadway. A. W. Wylle, 82 1 20th St., W. Rl DDELL Man Lee. Red and White. RUTHILPA J. M. Ferguson. RUTLAND C. Miller. SALVADOR T. Iloughty. Salvador Trading. SCOTT G. Ivcns. SEN LAC Dillon Bros. KONNINGDALK J. H. Jackson. II. F. Margrant. SOVEREIGN A. Uullmnn. SPALDING L. Epstein. ST. BRIEUX A. T. Ivole. ST. LOUS .1. M. P. McLeod. S. A. Marvin. STRANRAER A. Reese. STRUAN P. Kolnida. E. Bailey. SURBITON J. Bryce. TESSIER S. Heath. UNITY W. Parr. C. Carson. VALLEY CEN'I'KK J. Kerrhnv. F. Phillips. VONDA P. 4. Mlchaslw. WAKAVV J. .1. Kwasntra. Ilittietlor Bros. 4. PaslikovKky. WALPHEIM .1. Kelmens. WARTIME H. Wilson. WATROIS Matrons Meat Market. Chris. Pontikas. W. E. Bond. WATSON H. Inkstcr. M niches ( ash Store. WILK1E P. P. Ellis. W. R. t ook. D. McKinnon. WINTER A. C. Davidson. W ISKTON II. t ox. WYNVAKD A. Bergman. YOUNG Grant's Economy. Voting Co-onrut!ve Assoc, ZEALAND!. Miller Si Co. ZELMA V. P. Byam. I BURNS 6- CO, LIMITED CANADA a

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