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   Roblin Review And Togo News (Newspaper) - April 29, 1937, Roblin, Manitoba                                fBB In to I REPAIRS All work Accurate and Fully Guaranteed Prices Reasonable R MOTHER MOTHERS DAY With PICARDYS CHOCOLATES HEMING WATCHMAKER JEWELER 90 years experience BICYCLE CONTEST STORE I tan S Ik faney i Cowans Perfection 1 Ib tin Carnation 17a 1 tin pome A MANS laV S with aaMaal aaatiiw ef tins to a afa 4 Ik tin W CANNED VEGETABLE COMBINATION 1 choice quality TaaMtaaa 2 tins OaMan Corn 17 Una Lifcbys Tomato Juiee The a2 tins for 65 Manitoba Pure Clover Limit of 2 tins to a 5 Ib tin t3c Wagstaffes Pure Limit of 2 tins to a customer 4 Ib OA Choice 1 tall tin FRUIT AND VEGETABLES AT BARGAJN PRICES WOMENS SMART SPRING COATS some of kaat laasUng siim trimly others cut on formfitting All eeate nieely Unad and siasa 14 te44 QC A value II THE REXALL STORE LET US DEVELOP YOUH NEXT FILM GILLETTE CHASES NERVE FvwO cvAUAX and MIDOL TABLETS for pain CUTEX PREPARATIONS BOOTS Bleed Purifier household IOCs WOOOBUMVS Facial Soap far KRUSCHEN large ALK ASELTZER and wiAHVMA ITALIAN BALM FRUITATIVES SUc We Me Itc Ste 36c QUICKER RELIEF WITH BISMAREX Eat what yew like ana forget akaut the tortures ef ineligeatior SternaRex is aliassnt to take ita raiaf is anal 4 Tic ONE AT NEXT DAY BRIGHT feel way KEXALL They werfc natur ally farm na hakit Me HUMUS INOCULATION AMatfa 6ROCERIES FRUIT bottle TOMATO JUICE oz 4 for 25c JAMS 4 Ib tin Black Currant 4 Ib tin 59c 4 b tin 4 Ib tin 4 Ib tin 69c Orange Marmalade SOAP 2 Ibs Sodii 44 39c RIBBON TEA Ib BLUE RIBBON COFFEE Ben 2 tins 5c LUX large large FRESH FRUITS CELEKY LETTUCE 2 ONION 5 Ibs CABBAGE 4 TOMATOES Ib 18c fresh CARROTS 5 TURNIPS 6 Ibs BEETS 8 Ibs GRAPEFRUIT 6 for ORANGES and 30c LEMONS RHUBARB 2 DUTCH SETS 2 Ibs 35c MULTIPLIERS 2 Ibs BANANAS ripe 2 25c GREEN ONIONSbunch Sc STRAWBERRIES market Cowtun Passe IS We Deliver in Town MCVCIC CONTEST STORE Wcttera Chain Stores Friday and Saturday Specials KOTOLB CONTEST STORE By Strange The fondest hopes of thousands of Western families were ruthlessly de stroyed in 19M by the grim killer black atom We must help these sufiereing people exclaimed head 01 the Botany University 01 He jumped on a train and proceeded to the rust infected state 01 Minnesota to find out what the scien tist here were doing to combat the Butlers recommendationi were submitted to Deputy Minister of and Dominion were jointly responsible for the qiuck al location of for rust invstigation al Research were soon es tablished at Indian Head and Bran don then later at the University of Saskatchewan all under the direct ion of Professor The same destruction of Western by occurred again in Much more must be by the Gov ernment to save these crops and urged the Dominion Minister of Back ed up by of the Research Motherwell in ob tained from parliament With this fund in 1925 the present Rust Research Laboratory at peg was by Bailey until 1928 since then by the a ale Following factors have tended to raise spread ing in Australia and most sections need prohibits wheat ex reduces import duties on wheat and Morocco temporarily ban barley China removes import duties on rice again an active wheat buyer of gold unlikely to be reduced in Great Britain or Following factors have tended to lower under way Western wheat offered freely for August ean political situation improves seeding begins cit rous fruit exports from Naviation reopens on Great Corn planting starts in the BREDT SETS LOSS IN FUTURES MART CLOSE TO MILLION Defence of prairie wheat pool policies by Paul president of the Manito ba Pool and a review of the whole agricultural situation with suggestions for assistance to agrarians by Major research director for Searle Grain were presented to the Turgeon royal grain commission at Calgary last After presenting a brief for the three western pool organisations showing assets of in ex cess of all Bredt under cross examination by Ral commission de clared the pools entered the futures market in as a matter of The pools lost approximately on three ven tures in the open futures market in attempting to stabilize In reviewing pool carryovers frorW 1925 to Bredt said the pools STELLAS BEAUTY SHOPPE ABOVE THE REXALL STORE CORONATION SPECIAL Commencing May 4th Permanent Guaranteed NoteOpen Wednesday Friday and Saturday evenings Shop will be 3rd GET THIS SEASONS SUNWORTHY WALL PAPER FURNITURE DEALER MAIN ROBLIN The Crawler share in the percentages ef the total Canadian carryover for each were 194 per cent par cant nor cent MZ9 per cent and 5OA5 per v First witness of the Calgary sitt Msjor Strange proposed an in quiry into the cast ef essential things which farmers have to The in he was annu al since 1935 when compared with costs in Much of the dissat isfaction in Wsetern CCanada during depression years was due to this cost he Major called as a witness ky counsel for the Northwest Grain Dealers As urged increased appropria tions for agricultural anj better pay for research In creased study of weed development of better varieties of barley and flax and study of suitability of Western areas for production of corn and soa beans was Such expenditures would kring increased revenue to he Examined b counsel for the Saskatchewan Wheat Bredt reviewed inceptioi and development of the pools up to December when the federal grain stabilisation agency began op He also reviewed activities of the pools up July when their latest financial statements were Inspired by success of the 191920 wheat board and believing the futures market unnecessary to sale of Bredt said the pools sought or derly They were always free and anxious sellers and never to If the Canadian Wheat Board had handled the 1936 crop and sold it on an orderly western producers would have receiv ed more for their he Net assest over liabilities for Man itoba Pool was given by Bredt as Sask atchewan Wheat and Alberta Wheat Debts of the pool organizations to the on the 1929 overpay now stood at 52 for the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool for the Aberta Wheat Pool and for Manitoba Pool Bredt said purchases of wheat futures on the Winnipeg Grain Ex change by the pools in were made to protect margins and stabilize When Miliken said no loans were obtained from the bank for the Isaac Pitbla counsel for the Winnipeg Grain then you were using growers Examined by Brsdt said the pools profitted by in April and by in May on futures market op orations but lost on sim ilar operations from 1929 to April When Ralston sug gested some of the operations were made to influence Winnipeg Bredt It was a matter of We had to take the Bredt said a wheat board would eliminate the violent fluctuations but not the lessers ones that had to result from natural operation of the world supply and It would still be subject to influence of grain exchanges in other Bredt aggreed with Ral ston that the wheat pool had influ enced the Winnipeg Grain Exchange price butaddedthe Grain Exhange price had also influenced the wheat pool We contributed to the up and said Bredt when ColRalston asked him if the pool operations on the oppen market had Examination of who otld the commission clos hnyof pool overseas agencies brought protests from the British and Europ ean millers and was unfin CHURCH NOTES UNITED CHURCH Church of Lasting Friendship Enter the Open Pray Tummel 7 Alternate Sundays Bield Pm Cromarty 3 Subject Crossing Frontiers Story A delicate whose hyrrtni will never be Gilbert and Bridges will siny at the evening TYPE TRACTOR 2227 TO 7090 30 COUPE Model 2236 McDEERING With Extensions 2244 TRACTOR 1220 OIL PULL FORDSON TRACTOR Guarantee Garage Manager ROBLIN PHONE NOTICE On Wednesdays arid and Fridays From to I will be in my new office at ROBLIN over Newtons Store WILL BE READY FOR BUSINESS MAY 3rd Will be very pleased to meet you and you can have your work done in your own TOWES i PHONI 1f WB DELIVER IN TOWN Roblin Trading SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY APRIL 30th MAY Ut 200 HOUSE DRESSES TO CLEAR ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY A smart collection of House Dresses in the newest patterns ana1 styles You will find some broadcloths and piques in this Siie 14 to Regular price Special WOMENS CANVAS SHOES WITH RUBBER SOLES Colors Suntan and All Just 50 pair of grand summer so be on time to got these Special pair MENS SPLIT LEATHER BOOTS With leather soles and rubber Plain A real tfO JE heavy boot for rough Sixes 6 to pair MENS WORK SHIRT IN HEATHER TWEED EFFECT Best quality cloth for extra rough Full sited Triple Color dark grey faCC Sixes 1414 to Special GROCERIES AT A SAVING 95 each Vegetable and 3 tins TOMATO JUICE Green Gaint 20 GINGER Ibs 25c per 10 Ib tin ROGERS GOLDEN per 5 Ib tin SUGAR 10 bs Ib LARD Here is positively your last chance to buy Lard at this low Special per Ik1Se SHORTENING Pod Ik FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES AT THE USUAL ROBLIN TARDING LOWEST MARKET PRICES BICYCLE CONTEST STORE SHOWER FOR FORMER MAKAROFF GIRL The members of the Young Ladies Society met at the home of on Tuesday evening in the form of a surprise party in honor of Miss Ada bride The bridetobe was the recipient of many useful kitchen presented in a minature hay rack two The guest of honor thanked the girls for their The rest of the ev ening was spent in games and con tests which were much enjoyed by A dainty lunch was after an enjoyable evening wasbrought to a close by For Shes a Jolly Good CLASSIFIED ADS Advertisements under this hoad per minimum por cash with FOR International shoe in good ready for spring a29p FOR Ford new Road grip tires on new tires on new good con for Apply Review a23c CUSTOM WORK We are equipped with track type tractor tiller combine and brush Let us do your spring work Leave orders at Guarantee Garage Roblin a30p EASTERN CANADA TRAVEL BARGAINS APPROXIMATELY MILE In uch elnttiwriliMiIn CftKhei PER fuR MILE In each direction Csetf In Teuritt Slststn en ssymtnt of regular berth tort PER MILE In each direction Coed In Standard Sliest en ol reyular berth fart TICKETS ON SALE 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