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Roblin Review And Togo News (Newspaper) - May 6, 1937, Roblin, Manitoba THE At The Mustjr Harris Warehouse OapeaHe tlw Oevater rOftSALC Second Hand Prke Roblio CORONATION DAY MAY 12Ut Being a public holiday ask our newt correspondents and to kindly let have their copy by May TAYLORS HARDWARE PAINT SALE MAT to MAY Only You can save yourself some nice money on the following SHCftWINWILLIAM PRODUCTS SemiLustre Satin Enamel Clear Varnish Enameloid for enterior MarNot Floor Enamel House Paints Barn Paint A Coronation Tumbler with each worth of Coronation Day May 12 1937 The People of Manitoba CELEBRATE TODAY WITH ALL OTHER PEOPLES OF THE EMPIRE THE Coronation THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN Our celebrations are prompted by our appreciation of the progress and security that have come with the development of the British tradition of parliamen tary It is the hope of us all that the reign of King George and Queen Elixabeth may be a long and happy and peaceful one and that it may be marked by the advancement of the Empire as a positive and powerful influence for the welfare of the civiliza tion of the as well as of that within the farflung boundaries of the great Commonwealth of free nations of which we are proud to be a Published on behalf of all our people by The Government of Manitoba SHOP AND SAVE Western Chain Stores FRIDAY SATURDAY SPECIALS CHASE SANDBORN or NABOB BLUE NABOB or RED ROSE BRANDS MAPLE LEAF First 98 sack TOMATO JUICE Libbys 4 tins Apple and 4 tin Caranation 3 tins 43C 29C SOUP Aylmer 3 tins PINEAPPLE Singapore Squat tin Country Kist CREAMERY First WALNUTS CHOCE OUiUTV 2 ti 29C 25C ripe 3 California Dozen Fancy 3 29C 25C crisp 2 CELERY White and trimmed TOMATOES ripe 15C WAQSTAFFES 4 tin ipgkee 23c 45C SHREDDED Biscuits MARMALADE IARD SHORTENING A AT WITH EVERY GROCERY Of OF and fTQC OVM you may BUY JOlbs WHITE SUGAR for ONLY OU Bicycle Contest Winners PRIZE VOTES BICYCLE WRIST WATCH HAROLD KEAST WILSON EDWARDS PENFRANCISCRANWELL JEAN RUSK PAT KINES ROSS KELSO HAROLD PROPELLING PENCIL ISABEL GAMEjT PROPELLING PENCIL BLLLIE WELLS PROPELLING PENCIL COX FOUNTAIN PEN FLASH LIGHT FLASH LIGHT FLASH LIGHT 93450 91750 46350 I Coronation Week Specials MAY 7TH to IS Year Old Girl In Drowning Accident or ana me oogyy oreen district rnei IllUnUiiy oeeri sent to draw waier Trom a iane situated a snort Distance her wnen sne aia not revum alter a snort her mother be came alarmed and went to investi She found the pier usea wnntc arawmg water trom the lake nau Margaret had fallen througn the thin skim of ice into 12 teet thre she nad Artificial respiration was used but to no Hennell and locai Burial services were held Wednes day interment being made in trie boggy Creek WEDDINGS E A wedding of wide was solemnized at Sana Clara Sana when Laura Love eldest daughter of and Boggy Creek was united in marriage to Henry the fourth son of and La Boggy Father Den serau The bride was attended by Miss Evelyn Langin and Hubert Love brother of the bride acted as best The bride wore a floor length gown of garnet blue crepe and wore a corsage of A supper and dance was held at the brides home with over 200 guests at The happy couple will re side at Boggy Creek on the bride grooms THE WORLD OF WHEAT tOnONATION rauiu Haveners will have iwo cnances ot hearing a description ot tne coro nation ceremony m Westminster MO bey May 12 and the Kings message 10 tne the Canauian broad casting corporation announced Tues day i ne British broadcast ot both these events will be relayed in Canada over the Canadian Broadcasting coopera tion network and rebroadcast again later in the The corporation has prepared a 23 hour programme for coronation day and will be on the air continuously from 3 May 12 to 2 the fol lowing Both times central From the British Broadcasting cor poration the Canadian radio body will take the description of the coronation the coronation service and the return of Their Majesties to Buckingham Palace besides the er Kings speech to the empire and oth Supplementing these will be a Canada wide programme with contri butions from Sas Fort Hali Vancouver and A special broadcast for Canada wil be a British radio party from New In it such British and Cana dian stars of the stage and music hall as Beatrice Reginald Gardner Tertius Murial Dickson and Peggy Ashcroft will be heard at 4 Radio fans who rise at 3 on coronation morning will hear the pro gramme start with the Peace Tower bells from At will come a studio announcement from the in London and at the descrip tion of their majesties leaving Buck ingham The British Broadcasting corpora tion wilf be on the air until with the actual coronation broadcast and then the Christ church Cathedral bells from will be heard Fort William will follow with a childrens coronation chorus at and the Canadian programme will be well under The governor Lord Twecdsmuir will speak at Immediately following will come the empires homage from London in which Canada will take part and after it King George will speak at j 1 The empires homage and the Kings speech will be rebroadcast 0W tba Canadian network at I By Strange A great scarcity of wheat The world is short 500 million bush els of wheat for its consumptive Such are the types of newspaper headlines that have appeared in re cent They afford to most people a satisfactory reason to ex plain why prices bounded up from last fall to During the last three how price has fallen some 20 cents a Many are wondering why tnis should be if there really exists such a deficiency of wheat in the world as the newspaper headlines The answer is that the heaolines have given uitentirely the wrong There is no scarcity of wheat in the as most people understand tne word i ne truth is simply that the supplies available tor overseas export are scarcer than but are tar from being actually I he average world on August ist eacn is about boo million On August 1st next tne carryover will be scarcer tnan but will be still be about Q million of is a lot The United States have 100 and Canada some 40 mil lion still left on roiiowmg factors nave tended to raise weather in the southern cur tailment of Argentine complaints of European weather Uruguay lowers import duty on purchases Australian The following factors have tended to lower polticai situation and lessened European de government wheat es mate 30 million bushels above last Indian wheat shipment of over 10 million bushels by winter wheat crop progresses favorably in most permits further wheat shipments resume from Spring rains occur in Northwestern and Western FOR MOTHERS DAY CORTICELLI SILK HOSIERY 75C LINGERIE Silk Nightgowns and Lingerie All reasonably priced for Mo thers SPECIAL CLEARANCE OF WOMENS SHOES Values to in this lot of odd comprising sites 3 to in pumpi straps and ties Special Per pair LADIES DRESSES A large lot of Dresses consis ting of Crepe Printed and Printed Fashionably designed in sices 14 to 44 IB LK IIIIIIIIIUIIMIIIlin GROCERIES FRUITS VEGETABLES COMBINATION SPECIALS 2 tins Choice Tomatoes 2 tins Aylmer Choice Peas 2 tins Country Kist Corn I tin Sliced Pineapple ALL QTJC FOR 87 3 tins Aylmer Vegetable or To mato Soup 1 Ib Bulk Tea 1 Ib Mothers Cocoa 83 ALL FOR 2 tins Pink tall 1 tin Peanut Butter 1 pkt 8 Ib Hunters Cheese ALL PQC FOR FRESH FRUITS AND VEGE TABLES at lowest market price FRESH STRAWBERRIES ar riving for Saturday Phone in your iiiHiiiiiiiililiiiwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiim SPECIAL FOR SPRING CLEANING Old Windsor Floor Wax per tin 39C Capo Lemon Polishing Dili British made 12 bottle OQC each Dutch 2 Tint for White Naptha Soap 8 Large for 25C Roblin Trading I PHONE 19 WE DELIVER IN TOWN I AGRICULTURAL CONDITIONS IN MANITOBA Summary oy manitooa uepartment Oi Mprn A small amount oT setiaing nas been going on over wide area in iviam tooa ror aoout three weeKs ana in parts of southern Manitoba a littiu wneat is showing green aoove out seeding cannot yet be said to have begun in earnest all over the Province the commencement of in seems to be rather unusually ragged this The soil froze in a very dry state al most everywnere last ana wnen the winters snow was melted this j spring it caused but very little runorf and scarcely any water has lam in the The past two have brouyht a very generous amount of rain and snow to most parts of Man Normal precipitations for the month of April at Winnipeg is in Against this we may compare precipittion as from April 1st to Ap ril as inches Cypress River inches Brandon Morden Pierson 236 Winnipeg 211 Portage Dauphin Rus sell 94 Swan River It will be seen in that the heaviest rains have fallen in the Southern portion of the province also that April precipi tation has been which has been a great All correspondents report the sub soil to be very In almost every at some where the third week in April the ice clears from the The boine which ruTis most of length in the Agricultural portion of has not yet produced a spring ice and evidently the ice is melting in the river as it dd six years when there was not enough of a spring flood to bring the ice Quite a number of carloads of and of them destined to be used as been moved in to the southern and southwestern districts of but the move ment has not been so spectacular as so many people Farmers of these districts are handling the seed problem on as economical a basis and considering the shortage ot oat seed it should be a saie that the oat area will be somewhat restricted in that part of quite likely more fields than us ual rather thinly The supply of hay and straw has been and cattle are now looking for the early not very successful as Inspite of the dearth of coarse threshed horses and cattle have come through quite as well or better in most years the next two or three weeks may perhaps be rather hard on milking SOMERS HAIRDRESSER WILL BE IN ROBLIN MAY 10TH 13 TH The new Murle and Permanent Oil Treatment Waves in one High School Girls Make Your Appointment PHONE 70 Early CHURCH NOTES UNITED CHURCH Church of Lasting Friendship Enter the Open Prsy Rofalin 7 Alternate Sundays Bield May Day Subject A Great Mother of Pion eer Days in the Story A Mothers Patience Re Honor the memory of your mother by attending Church on Special Reference will also be made to the Coronation during the Sunday CHRIST CHURCH ROBLIN Nash A special Coronation Service with celebration of Holy Communion at 11 next May REPAIRS All work Accurate and Fully Guaranteed Prices Reasonable Remember MOTHER MOTHERS DAY With PICARDYS CHOCOLATES HEMING WATCHMAKER JEWELER 30 years experience TJ Reduced Fares FOR Coronation Day Single Fare and OneQuarter for Round Trip GOING MAY II to 2 MAY 12 RETURNING Leave destination not later than May SIMILAR LOW FARES FOR VICTORIA MAY 24 Information from any Agtnt CANADIAN NATIONAL
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