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   Roblin Review And Togo News (Newspaper) - April 15, 1937, Roblin, Manitoba                                At The Massejr Harris Waretaue Elevator FOR SALE 1 Jcfin 12 inch Uft with iff A1 Van RoMa July of them Fort William which meant that at point Weetem Canada received a At writing price wheat t which again that at average country point in receive or a fcwchel more than they obtained on July J or te Uat WILL ME IN ROBLIN new permanent in no Hieh Appointment Early PHONE 70 Western Chain Stores SPRING SHOPPING FEATURES temmmwcm NEW SPRING HATS A smart collection of and freeh frem their at a so inexpensive you can eaaily Oft QC treat yourself to a new Specially priced at New Spriif Coats Another shipment at feature in newer smartly tailored in CREPE AND SATIN SLIPS Lovely garments that fit figure like a second skin Cut from beautifully soft trimmed or In and 32 44 eel actively each flecked and 14 to 44 collectively Fully lined Each Men Spring TopCoato No need to deny yourself pleasure of a new tepceat when coats like these are featured at ouch a small Tailored frem allwool in sprintimas new and j 36 to Mens Work Boots An exceptional value for men who insist on GOOD comfortable boots for everyday These boots are made from selected Elk with strong leather in plain toe Sizes 6 to Family Hosiery 15c Pair Womens everyday Cotton Childrens ribbed Work or Dress All fea tured at one low FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES at Bargain Prices Grocery Country 17 tin JQc 2 for 1 tin IQc WaaaUffee Strawberry 4 Tin JELLY Oel4 tfc 1J4 aim tin 8 Fancy Freah black GINGER SNAPS Freah 2 Ib TOMATO Green Giant 20 tin or Brown 10 BICYCLE CONTEST STOKE T M riri ri rtrrtTPiTiKMf H ii n Shop To Advantage At The Rexall Drag Store U H 8 n DRUGS CORONATION SPECIAL Effervescent Fruit Saline English Type THE HEALTH SALT is made from an old English formula and makes a refreshing drink which a laxative and Coronation Both 39c RUBBER Aii 35c GOPHER POISON Gopher Cop 35c Elkays 3Sc DYES Diamond 15c Dyola lOe Sunset Z for 2Sc Tint 15c Dolly Cream 15c TOILET TISSUE Silver 8 25c Swan 4 25c Steele Briggs RennieK Sugar 3fc 59c 4 59c Brome Grass 2Sc 39c Mangels 39c Red 79c Cucum 39c 2 25c RS DAY GIFT TTY ANN chocolates 60c raight TOBACCO SOc Tomajp York Brand GROCERIES Without 2 2Sc With 2 15c Blue Ib 46c 44 With Free 3 COMBINATION DEAL 10 49c 1 Ceffee 25c Salada Tea We With Free 3 Hoins 33c Blue Rose 3 1 Christie 15c ALL FOR CORN any brand 3 far 2ftf BRAN 3 for I6c 3 for 23c SOAP Pearl or 2ftc 4 2Sc ICING Z 19c tftc SOAP in Bulk 2 2Sc Plain er ISc FRESH FRUITS for 25c 2 fiftc 16c DM 2fc 3Sc Wineaap er 3 f 2 1tc San 12c la Head 2Sc Pound 10c Cowttin We Ddmr Tmn uonu oomtr siomi HILL3BURG COUNCIL meeting held in Mun April and Schick and That of last meeting That leased to for year 1937 on a one third share crop That Geryluke be given relief for1 the months of April and May That that Nick Horecsy be given a reduction of SSO on the purchase price of NE t2S2S for buidings unlaw fully That the Reeve and SecretaryTreas furor authorised to complete agree ment of to Fred Calver for SE 10 to be ISO That Gooselaw be given for That NW t2f27 be leased to Wal ter for year 1937 for That given That Reeve and SecretaryTreasur er be authorised to complete agree mine of with Williamson for SE Terms to be Chick That Williams be given relief for month of That following hay permits be given David Chaae NW and NE Norman Johneton SW Jas Ready NE to 2Sc per Sch i That accepted in payment of tames on That following accounts be paid Reyal Bank of Canada on guaranteed lean Admaa oV on prin ciple Interest tax title NW 726 27 Shubin medical services Nernberg livery Hicks Village of lights Cooper relief Sha blok Geryluke Nowosad relief Holoyko Jas Ready relief Edel Boaver Lumbar fuel relief Fedorchuk stationery medical relief Yakaboski care of Gattrell fuel for Williams livery medicine Manitob Telephone System rentals relief Edel relief Bailkoski HenneM medical services Nick planks Khreibers relief Brott Trowoski rent etamps That money paid by Barber for church on NE 92626 amoun ting to That meeting ITS AN IDEA Saskatchewan government is about to impose higher taxes on the chain and mail order stores to enable budget to if our Manitoba solons would do something like it would help build up our villages and comunities as these draw very largey from out of town and they do not pay one cent of the local Res ten WOODS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Dunlop in Orachs Office PHONE 0 KERR DENTIST t te 12 and 1 ta by Appointment Office in Newton Block T 8TAMDI8H Funeral Service and Embahuer PHONE M EOBLXN Rowley DUNLOP MAIN SPECIAL Phillip Norris Fine cut Tobacco with pocket pouch Tobacco 15c Jackey Cigarette Tobacco 2 pkgs Mug Shaving Soap 5c ICE CREAM ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT FRESH STOCK OF CONFECTIONERY MEALS AT ALL HOURS SHELL RIVER MINUTES of Shell River council meet ing held on the 6th day of April with Councillors No osad mnd Evans present and Reeve Rogers in the That minutes of last meeting as read be a bylaw bo read a first second and third numbered and finally passed to sell the SW 32S29 to Webb for the consideration of paying taxes to the amount of a year for three The taxes to continue at that amount for the The pur chaser to pay costs of obtaining title at the end of three That a bylaw be read a sec ond and third numbered and finally passed to assign the tax sale certificate on the NW 242829a to Doroth That the agree ment between Sheil River Municipal ity and Glen Finch on the NW 3228 29 be a bylaw be read a second and third numbered and finally passed to sell tht NW 322829 to Fedorak for the sum of to be paid in Taxes tor a and taxes each year at 5 per cent until a bylaw to asstgn tax sale re SVV 42729 to Great West Life Assurance be read a second and third numbered and finally the appli cation of Christian Scnick for Old Age pension be no loads be allowed on the RobltnBenito highway over 2 tons until further That council recommend that Howell be al lowed a month on his old age the council supply seed to the needy ratepayers to the amount of 50 bushels of wheat and or 70 bushels of oats to a quarter Any ratepayer that owes on any seed account will not be allowed Five per cent to paid on receipt of the seed for cash to de fray collection That a bylaw be read a second and third numbered and finally passed to obtain a credit for on a guaranteed loan from the gov ernment on the Royal Bank of Cana da Kolo may be allowed the sum of per month for his wife and Hu cak be allowed the sum of for April and we pay 1c a tail for gophers until June 1937 Same to be counted by the Councillor who will be responsible for the place of LAST WEEK IN THE LEGISLATURE I he LcyisiaLure is becoming more a game ot cnecKtrs ana uie uovernment on I uesaay made two iasi moves ii quick succession in oruer to avoid the Wage lax Issue anu stay in I he opposition roundly condemned the government on this practice whicn they contended was not permissable even if the game were Stubos had moved a resolution to abolish the wage which Bracken amended by adding the words as soon as a majority of this House approves of sufficient reduc tion in expenditures to offset and Bracken had not yet resumed his seat when his govern ment moved a second adding the words or as soon as this House approves of an other tax to take its Under the rules of the House no further amend ment was in stating the position of the Labour Party informed the House they were not to be tricked into an impossible posit which would as if it was a straight vote on the wage tax and would vote against both amend Willis stated that the Con servative Party believed that the 2 wage tax should be abolished and the loss in revenue made up from the higher incomes through the ordinary income tax and partly by cutting or dinary Wilis ex plained that it was impossible to re cord the view point of the Conserva tive party on the twice amended mo tion before the house because the id eas of the conservative party wre con partly in the first amendment and partly in the To vote the second amendment would be in terpreted as an endorsation of the 2 which was the real issue and therefore th e Conservative Party would vote against both Since the 2 tax was said to bring in Willis stated he did not believe this amount could be ob tained by reductions in expenditures but that most of it must come from a revised income Willii severely criticised Bracken for so amending the motion in order to pre vent opposition parties from register ing their actual On the vote the government was sustained with the help of the Social Credit Party and two Indepen by a vote of 29 to The Economic Survey finally passed the but in spite of repeated no one yet knows as to what is to be surveyed or James financial critic of the Conservative warned the government that if it was to continue inactive in regard to the problem of of then the only result would be inevitable He pointed out that the various Provincial enterprises which had disappeared although they still appeared as had lost the people of Manitoba an estimated total of 27 million of PHONE 11 WC DELIVER IN TOWN Roblin Trading THE STORE OP SERVICE WITH A SMILE JUST ARRIVED Dresses and Swagger Suits Printed Celanese Silk stylishly Juet dress for street Sites 14 to 20 Extra each Better quality Dresses of print ed Silk and Crepes in very latest a real buying QRL Each A new shipment of LADIES HATS just arrived Summary colored printed creoe dresses which at ordinary pric ing would sell much Special weekend each Ladies Swagger suits of all wool Monotones and Win dowpane Check smart ly styled in absolutely the lat est These are positive ly new The pricing is tar value special Suit GROCERIES 4 25e granulated 10 Brown 6 ICING 2 2 tins jftc GINGER SWEET IQc 10 2 Wagstaffe 4 tin 47C OYSTER 11 Ibs FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE REMNANTS A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PRINTS AND PRINTED BROAD AT SACRIFICE CLEARANCE PRICING PLEASE NOTE YOU MEN WHO ARE IN NEED OF A NEW SUIT OR TOPCOAT WE ARE NOW THE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS HOBBERLIN MADETOMEASURE PRICES TO SUIT EVERY POCKET BICYCLE CONTEST STORE When in Winnipeg stay at Regis Hotel comfort and convenience of this good old Hoitelery gives you for business or pleas best that Hotel life can Advertise Your Wants in the Review Newtons St ore SPRING HEALTH FOODS On Natures Protective Vitamin Foods FOR A TWO POUNDS SIX POUNDS PER HEAD 15 25 10 BQUAKER OATS 25 C A 2 TINS 25 C PER POUND 18 4 for 25 D TWO 22 CARNATION Tails 1Q CORN Quaker 3 pkgs 25 G CREAMERY GRADE 28 t 18 RUGGED BIG BEN OVERALLS A NEW PAIR IF THEY If for any reason you are not thoroughly satisfied with Workmanship or any other Return the overalls and get a new 8 RED LABEL BIB OVERALLS Low or High Specially Priced BIG DOLLAR WORK FULLY GUARANTEED Best quality Covert Full sized Triple stitched All Colors Green MENS DURABILT WORK have a complete Mens Work Gloves and Mitts at BARGAIN SUITS AND OVERCOATS Why wear a ready maiic suit when you can have one made to your individual measurment at the same cost Phone 6 Towo Orders Promptly Delivered BICYCLE CONTEST STORE   

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