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   Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 30, 1949, Winnipeg, Manitoba                               WINNIPEG FREE PRESS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1949 BIRTHS PAGE 43 and Mrs. Nelson B. Allen (nee Evelyn Palmasonj, of Terrace Bay, Ont., are happy to announce the birth or Uielr daughter. Sharon Elizabeth o NOV. iwu: and Mrs. James Chapman (nee Gutirun are happy to announce ihe birth son Kenneth James on Nov. 26. at ihe Misericord IE hospital. and Mrs. F. Christie (nee Muriel Blftkej of 2-16 Beaverbrook St., are happy to announce the birth of their daughter. C-Linda on Nov. at the Grace Hospital. Mr. and W. A. Nev- ille, Wii> Winder-mere Ave., a son, Robert Andrew, on Nov, 1949 nr. the Winni- peg General Hospital. SAND and Mrs. Leonard San- dei. (nee Dora Pinskj, 3'_'3 Ruperts- land Ave., are happy to announce the arrival of a daughter, Beverly Sar.dra, on Nov. 27 at Winnipeg Genera.! Hos- pital. and Mrs. Robert M. Sangster (.nee Grace McKenzicj, are happy lo ar.nuunce the birth uli a sun, Kois Mitchell, on November 26, Hb-i'J, at the Hospital. and Helen Shewchuk  uurs. lie- mains resung in Morduu Brr.s. Funeral .Home. Broadway at Edmonton. funeral service p.m. Thursday In Murduo Bros r'uneral Home, Broadway at IMI- monton. Interment m the Old Kildonar, November -S, ISJ-iO. at Ills Jale res'.der.ce, 7H-1 Rupert Avc., East Klldonan, George Bailey. URWI b< beloved husband of Kuse bailey, yuneral service -1 p.m. Thursday in Mor- due Bros. Kuru'ral Home. Bruad'vay JMmoiiton. Interment in Elmwood ceme- November 29, 1949. at the latr.ily resldonce Mi Melbourne   C.urk Lcaiherditle Funeral Home, Kennedy St, Interment, in Elmwood the St. Boniface Old Folks Home on November 'Jo. 11M9, Mrs. Aiinc.- Camrmau (Du afffd W ol CJiiD Desauteis St.. St. Boniface. P u- neral servu-e was hfld MS m the St. Boniface wit'i inter- ment in the St. Boniface cemetery, f1. Coutu Funeral Chapel in chnrse ot ar- November 2S. ir. St. Boniface, Fred Cerknwny. asud 67 years, beloved husband of "i'eenle Cor- kowny of oSO Burrows Ave. Prayers S p.m. Wednesday in the Memorial Fu- neral Chapel. Selkirk and Parr Sis. Fu- neral service 3.30 p.m. Thursday in the Memorial Funeral Reverend J. SenKiw officiate. Jnterment in All Saints cerr.etery. j Nove-nber 2G, 1949, in William Harland Cook, beloved hus- loving memory our moth- er, Jessie Forrest, who passed awfi'- Nov. 30, 1943. Your memory lo us is a keepsake With which we will never par'. Though Goci has you in His keeping We will have you In our hearts. remembared by her daughter Clare, son-in-law Clarence and. grand- daughter 'Carole. loving memory oC Mrs. Jessie Forrest, wno passed away, Nov. 30. 19-11'. Always In my heart. Ever remembered by her daughter, MJS. V. Wilton, Balmertown, Ont. GAUGHAN In loving memory of out- dear mother Mary Gaughan, who passed away Nov. CO. liMB. Three years have passed snd Rons, Since one we loved so well Was taken from pur homp on earth, With Jesus Christ to dwell. The flowers we place upon her fjrave May wither and decay. But '.he love for her who sleeps beneath. Shall never fade away. daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Tlmmons. Jovms1 memory of oar dear hiuband and father, John Jopling, who passed away Nov. 30. 1941. L'nU! day breaks, and '.he shadows flee away remembered by his wife and family. loving memory of our dear son, Dudley Joseph, who passed away Nov- err.oer 30, l.'Hti. No stain was OR his little Iwart, .Sin had not entered there; And innocence slept sweetly on That pale white brow so fair. He was too pure for ihis cold earth, Too beautiful to stay, Ar.d so God's holy angel bore Our darling one away. remembered by Mother, Dae and Beverlcy Winnipeg. FLORISTS Say It WJ th flowers BROADWAY FLORISTS Funeral Wreatiu and Sprayi 277 Portage Ave. Fnor.t 924 331. FRED'S FLOWSRS OUR PRICES ARE REASONABLE 2S5 Edmonton St, Phone 924 040. LOST iservations. 23 AND BOWLING 525 REWARD FOR RECOVERY IN REA- sonably good condition 194S Pontiac sedanette, torpedo stlye, painted 2 tone green, equipped with sun visor, r.ickei- plated wheel rims, painted white wall tires, Motorola radio, heater, seat covers, electric clock, chrome licence plate holder. This car was stolen Nov. 7, .from Win- -hi, nipeg. When .stolen bearing licence: Man. _________________ __ SS-'JS6. Report immediately to nearest! IN WINNIPEG THE RECOGNIZED ponce. T. C. Massey ar.d Co. Insurance} medium for buying and selling Is 21 DANCEVG ANT) SOCIAL EVERY WEDNESDAY I.O.G.T. HALL Marie and Johnnie's Old Time and Mod irn Dance. ADM. 33c. Geo. Rovve, M.C. DANCE TONIGHT At the Aragon, Tune in CJOB 10.30 D.ra. every night. MODERN AND OLD TIME DANCING, Wednesday evg., Army and Navy Hall, Youne St. John Crosby, M.C. 22 HALLS, STUDIOS LARGE HALL FOR RENT. SUITABLE for banquets, stags etc. Uon. Ph. 205 525 ior re; BRUNSWICK-BALKE COLLENDSR CO. of Canada Ltd. 92 Arthur. Pnone 29 077. HS3 AND WATTS. CANADA N'otre Dame. Phone 22 066. Adjusters,   p.m. VS'eclnesday at the A. B. Gardiner Funeral Home. ITS Kennedy WAI In lovir St. Ir.t.ermer.L in ESrnwood cemetery. Noverr.er Jti, ;it Con-1 t-ordia Hospital, Heirna Dueck, 71 years, beloved wife of Peter pucck. i 47 Coburg Ave.. Elmwood. service Friday. December 2 at 1.30 p.m. >o Jn the Mennonite Bretheren Churrh. tj-1 College Ave. Infermer.t in Springs tein rcmelpry- Kerr's Chapel In charge of ar- rangements. Mary, infant daugh- ter ot the Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Mnr- noch. Slphlnslonc. Manitoba. Sunday, November 20. 19-19. I'-i hours after birth. November 19-19. at the Winnipeg General Hospital, James Walk- er Mclr.tosh. of Bowsmnn. Man., aged (iO years beloved husband of Mary .lane "Mclntosh. Remains will be forwarded Wednesday to Bowsman, Man., for fu- neral service and burial. Bardal Funeral St. Htmiface Hospital, on No-, nlu-r 29. 1919, Arr.y Rue, infant; 'ing memory of Miss Ber- tha Watson, who passed awnv Novem- ber 20, 19-17. remembered by her sisters and brother. CARD OF THANKS GREASE GUN BETWEEN' LAMBERT Fuel Co., and Provencher Bridge. Reward. Ph. 923 757. BLACK LEATHER HANDBAG, LOST IN Claratei Cafe. FindP.r please return C. 527 Spence. ph. 724 614. Reward. w NOV. 2S, GREEN TAIL GATE FOR gn truck, gray Reward. Inside. Ph. 723 all. LIGHT BROWN COCKER SPANIEL. Sat. morning, vie, of Dudley Ave., lie. no. 7772. Reward. 1112 Dudley Ave. BIFOCALS LOST FRIDAY AFTERNOON bet. Hudson's Bay and Arnold Ave. Re- ward. 4S 063. 342 Arnold Ave. MAN'S GOLD WRIST WATCH. VIC. Auditorium, Fn. nite. Reward. "Norman 401 174. DIAMOND HALF HOOP RING m or between Batons and Windernero Apts. las'. Reward. Ph. 404 972. SATURDAY, VIC. VICTOR IX) MALL. Portape car. Ar.glican W. A cold p i n. Reward. 33 649. BLACK HANDBAG ON VALOUR BUS OR Portage Ave. streetcar, around HudsDn Bay. Reward. Ph. 203 579. SMALL GREY SNAKESKIN BAG WITH goid clasp. Reward. Ph. 402 424. LADIES BUI.OVA WATCH ENGHAVED "Mary." Phone 591 2-1 S. SATURDAY MORNING GOLD A N- tique drop earrings. Ph. -401 S42. RONSON LIGHTER, ENGRAVED M..J.P. vicinity Sherbrook and Elllce. Ph. 726 747. BROWN LEATHER CASE CONTAINING glasses. Urgently needed. 501 TalboL Ave. our heartfelt; PTXK SHELL RIMMED GLASSES, a s thanks and appreciation for the acts orhnn rase 65 S07 Reward kindness, messages of sympathy, and I beautiful offerings received from'BROU'N LEATHER WALLET CONTAIN- our kind friends and neighbors during mK valuable papers. Reward. Ph 402 S96. our recent bereavement in the loss of our LOST PAIR HORN RIMMED GENT'S beloved wife and mother. We especially glasses. Finder please phone 926 451 thank the Hev. H. S. Dodgson a L beautiful service and Mrs. Gladvs EATON'S- WOMAN'S YELLOW fur her lovely rendition of the Lord's bilKold. Reward. H044 Grosvcnor. F'rnyer. Harvey Cann and family. wish Lo express our heart- felt thanks and appreciation fur the many acts of kindness, messages of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Cakes, of iM7 Dug.i.s St., Si. Boniface Service will bo held at 2 p.m. Thurs- day in the Coutu Funeral Chapel, intVrmenl in St. Vit.ii remeiory. November 29. 19-19, al the home o[ his daughter. Mrs. Hill 4o3 Newton Ave., Elmwood. Jacob Rerick. in his S3rd year, beloved husbar.fi nf Amelia Rerick. Funeral servi he held Fridav. December 2nd at 2 p.m. in thn River Hill Lutheran Church. ;n church yard cemetery. Rus- sell Funeral Home. Beausejour, in charge of arrangements. November TEKP. at Win- nipeg General Hospital, Richard Rimmer, of 277 Kilhride Avt., West Kildonan aged 74 years. Funeral service 3..'iO p.m. Friday at the A. K. Oarrilm-r funern Home. 17S Kennedy St. Interment ir Elmwootl cemetcrv. November 2S. 1H-19. al Grace HospHnl. James Robertson, agec 62 years, beloved husband of Mary A .Robertson nf Linroln Avr. Funern sfrvirp 3.30 p.m. Thursday in the Cliirk Lt'athprdalo Funeral tlnmf. St. Interment in Rrooksido crmf. November 2ii, If'-lfl, in I Srntia. Aibfrt Ross, he- Jnvcd hustmr.d of Ross of Ab- crde-n Avenue, aped ;U years. sen-! re -1 p.m. Thursday in Thomsor Chattel. Brnadway at Edmonton. Intcr- mpnt in PTlmwnnd ci-metery. Novemlwr 25, in Halifax. Nova Scotia. Albert Gernme Ross, aged 31 years, beloved husband of Violet Ross of S15 Aberdeen Avenue, nnd beloved .son of Mr. and. Mrs. Wallace Ross. Fu- neral service 4 p.m. Thursday in Thom- son Chapel, Broadway ut Edmonton. In teitnent in Elmwood cemetery. November 2S, 19-19. nt thp Deer Lodge Hospital, Murdock Ross, late 01 424 Parkview St., St. .lames, aged 55 years. Funeral service 2.-15 p.m. Thurs- day In Mordue Bros. Funeral Home- JJrondway at Ed me r. ton. Interment li- the RrooksUir cemetery. St. Ror.ifm-o Hospital, on Novem- ber 2S. 19-10. Helen Roy. infant .'laugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Gabriel Roy o Auhipny, Manitoba. Servtrc ni November :iUth with interment in St Vital cemetery. P. Coutu Funeral Clia- pol in charge of nrrEtngements. on Nnverr.bcr 2fi. 1P49. in Wirmlncp. Raymond Tl-.omas n grd l yfM rs. beloved son n f M r. nnd Mrs. J. Thomas. 2CU Strati brook Ave. Prayers will bo November at S.30 p.m. in Coutu Funeral Chapel. Mass will be held Thursday, December 3. 10 a.m. at the Holy Cross Church. Interment In St Boniface cemetery. November 29, 1940, nt his residence at St. Ouens, Mnn., Edward Algernon Towlc, In his SSth year, ho- Inved husband of Georgina Kli7.aheth Tnwle. Funeral service will be held Thursday, December 1 at 2 p.m. in the St. James Anglican church, Beausejour. Interment In the local cemetery. Funeral Home, Beausejour, in charge of arrangements. November 29, 19-19. at St. Boniface Hospital. George S. Sanders aged 62 years, bolovetl husband of Marie Sanders of Cote St., St. Boniftici1. Funeral service .1.30 p.m. Friday in '.ho c.iark Lettthcrdale Funeral Homo, 232 Kennedy St. Interment in Brooks uli cemetery. November 28, 1JK9. in Winnipeg, Mrs. Catherine Sheraton, nj P." years. Into of Suile ti. Berk Funeral service 2.15 p.m. Thurs- dnv In the CUrk Lentherrliilr Funeral Homo. 232 Kennedy St. Interment in Brookside cemelerv. N'ovemhcr 27. 19-19. at BtsseJt Mines. Mnrus Sigurjreirson, helovcil husband of Mae Gudrun nf Riv- orton. Man. Funeral >ervire 1 p.m the family residence and 2 p.m. Ir. the -Lutheran Church. Riverlon. Man.. Friday. December 2nd. Interment in HIP Incal cemeterv. The Lancrll! Funrrnl Selkirk, in charge of nrrange- November 23. 1949. at hi late residence. 36 Vivian Ave.. St. Thumis Simms, formerly nf Russell. Man., aged 79 years, beloved husband of Edith Simms. Remains resting in Mor- due Bros. Funeral Horn Broadway at Edmonton, Funeral se1 p.m. Friday in Mordue Bros. Funeral Home- Broadway at. Edmonton. Interment the St. Vital Cemetery. November 29. 1949. at St. Boniface Hospital. Daniel Phillip, be- loved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Snldal. of Grcon Ave.. K.ist Kil- donan. Funeral service 10.30 Thursday at Ttnrrinl Funeral Hume. Sherbrook and William. Burial in Brook- stde ceftietery. Wnlu-r received frora our many friends in the IN loving memory of my father, jonn u. Boyd, who nnssed away Nov. There is a road wc call remembrance. thoughts and wishes meet. I take that road In thought today To one 1 can not ccpet remembered by 'his daughter. Iovin5 nscmorv of mv dear husband. John W. Boyd, Uo Massed away Nov. 30th. Tassca I walk for a while of our beloved husband and father, Fouxn AT H.n.C. STORE, SAT. NOV. 19. troldcn female spaniel CcollarlcssJ. Phone ;n 97o. FOUND ON CHESTNUT ST. NEAR Westminster, Jl pr. plasses with plastic We especially wish to thank the pall- benrcrs. Rev. RWl and staff of LodRe Hospital for their years of kind- Ph. 724 VTCiWS' q-nn? r Si ORE, A WALLET. ness and attention during his mar.y ill- p. tosses. D. J. Da vies and Family. to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the nets of kindness, messages of sympathy beautiful floral offerings received frum our kind friends and neighbors, during our recent bereavement in the loss of our beloved husband and lather. We especially thank the Rev. P. Sam- son, Nnr.it: Laura McMahon Nurses of the General Hop pi Lai, and pallbearers. G. Derrington and family. wish lo exlend our heart- felt thanks and appreciation for the acts of kindness, messages of sympathy ami floral offerings received from kind friends ar.d ri-iatives during our recent bereavement In the loss of our beloved husband and father. We especially thank Rev. Fred Doupias and the Ladies Aid of Old Si. Andrews. Margaret .1. McLean and Family. wish to extend our heartfelt lhanks and apprecialion for Hie acls of kindness, messages or sympathy, and beautiful floral offerings received from our kind friends and neighbors during our recent bereavement in the loss of our beloved wife and mot.her. Wm. Everett Wild and family. wish to thank all of our friends, neighbors, pallbearers and those who so kindly provided cars, for their many acts of kindness, sympathy and for the beautiful floral offerings, at the loss of our dearly loved husband and falher. Wo especially thank Mr. Farlhing and family for their help at a time when It was most appreciated, the hoys of Local P9 and Mr. and Mrs. Hiiton Hilton Bros. A. Wood and family. We wish lo express thanks tn kind friends and neighbors in Ihe loss nf our beloved brolhor D. C. Wodhousc. We especially wish lo thank the Cana- dian National Railways Veterans Associ- ation, Northern Star Lodge No. 371, Rev. Waverley Grant, and pallbearers. Brothers nieces. find nephews and MONUMENTS LON'S STONE WORKS LTD. Winnipeg's Leading SEE LCN'S FINE SELECTION Evenings by appointment 23-1 St. Mary'i Rd. Ph. 201 995 BROOKS MEMORIALS GRANITE AND -MARBLE MEMORLU.S Sole distributors of imported "ROCK OF AGES" Gra.-.He 266 Main St. Ph. MS G1S SPRANGE AND SONS, 316 COLONY ST. the Bay) Ph. 33 556 FUXERAL UIKEOTORS CLARK LEATHERDALE FUNERAL Home. Air cooled chapel. 232 Kennedy St Ph. 925 494. Res. 20S 57.3. A.'S. BARDAL FUNERAL HOME Sherbrook at William. Phone 27 324. BARKER'S FUNERAL CHAPEL, LTD 12-1 Donald St. Phone 924 900. PES.IARDINS-MrCEE FUNERAL CHAP- EL, 13S DOLLARD BLVD. PH. 201 467 A. B. GARDINER CO. FUNERAL Home. 17S Kennedy Street. Ph. 92S 537. IN WINNIPEG THE RECOGNIZED medium for buying and selling is the Free Press Want Ad Columns. 16 LIVE-STOCK. VEHICLES GTiTS THAT LIVE! LARGEST SELECTION IN WINNIPEG singing Canaries, every bird tested and ptd. 14 days approval. Priced S10. up- Buddies, all colors, teach them to talk. ?6.IiO up: Full line ot bird cages, stands Buddie Ladders, etc. Deposit holds ti'.l Xmas. RELIABLE B1P_D CO. Cor. Donald and Cumberland. Ph. 29 922 For best market price ship HORSES to I. (Red) Karp C. P. P.. Slock Yards Higglns Wpp. Ph. bus. 25 017 Res. 55 330 SPECIAL PUPP1E CLEARANCE! Buy your pup now and save! Large selec- tion Purebred Red Cocker Spaniels, 5s3. up; Fox Terriers, Rat Terriers, etc. Collie males, all colors 55. up; Dog dishes, har- ness, collars.-brushes, combs, remedies all supplies. RELIABLE BIRD CO. Donald and Cumberland Ph. 39 922. DEAD STOCK BONES FAT. ETC. We pay long distance ph. MID-WEST RENDERING LTD. For prompt service, Ph. "201 347 607 Dawson P.d. ATTENTION DAIRY MEN AND MILK shippers! We have 20 top quality young dairy cows to choose from. Mos'Jy Hoi- steins ar.d milking Shorthorns due to calve within 2 wks. All T.B. tested and priced to sell. Diamond and Kare, 272 Stella Ave. Phone 5-1 9G3. GOLDFISH i GOLDFISH: Largest selection. 20c up; Baby turtles: Fresh Sea Weed, snails, Tropical Fish; Aquariums. Bowls, Caslles. Shells, etc RELIABLE BIRD CO. Donald and Cumberland Av.. Ph. 29922 DEAD STOCK REMOVED FREE Long distance calls paid for WINNIPEG RENDERING CO LTD Phone 129 56 253 GOING ALL AUTO-MOTIVE, THERE- Core horses, harness, stable equipment, wagons and sleighs for sale, reasonable price. Contact Mr. E. Finch, traffic man- ager Canada Bread Co. Ltd., Burnell St. CUSTOM KILLING OF POULTRY, 15 cents per bird. Steele, 321 Emerson Ave N. Kildonan. BOSTON BULL DOG. 6 WKS. OLD, FE- male, S10. Apply 266 McLean Ave., Sel- kirk. Man., or phone 232 Selkirk. the Free Press Want Ad Columns. 24 COAL, COKE AXD WOOD IMMEDIATE DELIVERY GUARANTEED COAL. POPULAR BRANDS Mln. Park and Kilmax Stoker 512.50. felkhom and Kilmax Stoker 50-50 Oil-treated Kilmax, aJJ sizes- 55.55. Lurr.p Sizes: Stove Sizes: Drumheller 517.35 McLeod 51F.63 519.35 Drumhelier 516.90 31k. Nugget Gait 516.9C Briquettes: Coke: NO. 1 DRY CUT WOOD Slabs S13. Poplar Wh. 514. Pine 513. CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE MOORE'S COAL AND SUPPLY LTD. Phone 42 311 Day or Downtown Office: 224 Bannalyne Ave. Yard Office: 15S Clark St. "TOSS OF SATISFACTION" L I M A X :OBB LE IMMEDIATE DELIVERY SS.30 PER TON THOS. JACKSON SONS LTD. 370 COLONY PH. 37 071 FOR ECONOMICAL HEAT Real Satisfaction s Low Ash Burn C A M R O S 3 LUMP 514.SO per ton. Full stocks of domestic coais. Prompt B-divaries D. N. JAMISSON SON LTD 791-3 Erin St. Ph. 37 S37. FOR COMFORT AND ECONOMY BUX BRAZEAU BRIQUETTES Canada's Modern Fuel So Easy To Handle And Control Order From Your Dealer Now CUT WOOD FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY SLABS POPLAJ? t'INi. 1 cord S13 515 cord S7.50 58 BIGGAjR EROS. LIMITED Phone 42 S44 S13.90 PER TON CANMORE BRIQUETTES AND LIGNITE STOVE EVENLY BLENDED tlSS Wall St. PIONEER FUEL SUPPLY Ph. 33 76C. LARGE DRY PINE SLABS Cut 513.00 per cord SUPERIOR COAL AND WOOD YARD Ph: day 51112 Kvg. 54-51 WOOD SPECIAL 1 white poplar (long) 511.50. (cut) S-lo.aO; No. 1 pme Uongj 512.50. (cut) 514.50; ho. 1 slabs UongJ 511. (cut) 513. VELTR: PH. 201 241 Serving Greater Winnipeg since 1920 D. D. WOOD AND SONS LTD.. Warming Winnipeg Homes Since Ph. 87 30S. S7 309 103S Arlington St., corner of Ross SOUHIS AND G'REENHILL, 513.2D. All grades in stock. Budget te-m' arranged. Carver Fuel 51807, 56 813. "TONS OF SATISFACTION" W I N N E C O COKE IMMEDIATE DELIVERY S22.00 PER TON THOS. JACKSON SONS LTD. 370 COLONY PH. 37 071 PERSONAL 26 PERSONAL PALAY INDUSTRIES for DP.APEci and CORNICES PRE-FABRICATED HOUSE FENCES SPECIALIZED WOODWORKING ASPHALT TILE FLOORING PLASTIC TILE STORE FIXTURES and INTERIORS PAINTING and DECORATING VENETIAN BLINDS BREAK-FAST NOOKs Budget Terms PALAY INDUSTRIES 1527 Main St. BOOKKEEPING STATEMENTS PHE- parcd. income tax filed. Reasonable. Ph 47 411. VETERAN'S DRIVING SCHOOL CALL VETERAN'S TAXI ANYTIME 37 27S 722 27 PAPERHANGING Excellent workmanship. Reasonable prces H. W. Williams. Pho.-.e 35 NOW! GOLDEN PENICILLIN LOZENGES Colds? Bronchitis? Sinus? Sore Throat? Pyorrhea? Soft, bleeding- gums? Take Golden Penicillin Lozenges. (3.000 for real, fast, lasting relief and have complete mouth health. 20, SI.25; 100, 55. Mailed delivered from "Golden St. Mary's at Hargrave. Ph. 925 RENTALS SUPPLIES SANDERS. EDGERS WALLPAPER STEAMERS CEMENT .MIXERS SPRAY GUNS FLOOR POLISHERS Floor sea: and spray paint for MARCHANT3 EQUIPMENT We Deliver Ph. 722 3S2. BROWN'S CONSTRUCTION CO. ALTERATIONS REPAIRS No Job too large or too small Work guaranteed. Free estimates Phone 923 S56 WE RENT FLOOR SANDERS EDGEHS WALLPAPER STEAMERS BELT SANDERS Hippo Oil and Floor Seal for Sale SPALDING EQUIPMENT RENTAL CO. Phone 42 759 Day orr-Evening LADIES START NOW! MAKE XMAS GIFTS DO CKELSSACRAFT Fascinating Figurine Hobby Super hard statuettes, enamels Glazing materials, instructions CHELSEA ART PRODUCTS AT LITTLE GALLERY KENNEDY ST. HAVE YOU WORRIES? LET ONE OF our 22 experienced men solve them, ou" service includes Walljvashing Floor cleaning Snow removal Glazing Sto- ter service Painting Carpentery iilvcrwaro poilshing General repairs ?h. 926 363: evgs. 37 376. 26 PERSONAL KITCHEN CUPBOARDS 513.50 PEP. LF Made to measure. Permanent or End tables, etc. Imm. attenllon. 504 FOR COMPLETE BEDDING AND UP. bolstering service call Western Mattress. S92 Eurnell St. 26 926. S3 HELP WANTED LARGE WINNIPEG FIRM HAS AN EX- celient opportunlly for an [nlelligent younr. man with business experience who is- ir.- tercstert on R SENIOR CLERICAL POSITION" Applicant must be between -.he ages of 25 MALE HELP WANTED DELIVERY BOY WITH OR WITHOUT bicycle for meat market. Appl% 132 Os- borne. EXPERIENCED DRIVERS WANTED. must know have references. Apply The Grnsvenor 67 AGENTS WANTED FLOOR SANDERS, EDGERS PAINTiand aml have Grade XI education sprayers, skill saws, car polishers for rent.' Delivered. Ph. 35 319 or 34 5SO. RENT AN KLECTROLUX OR 51.50 per day. S3.50 per week, delivered' and picked up. Ph. 42 334. evgs. 725 This position O.TPI-.IJ very good possibilities for advancement to more responsible ad- PAPERHANG1NC. PAINTING. GOOD and materials. Low free. Gotlfrey 921 402. prices. Est. Five-day week. NATIONAL INVESTIGATION CO. to Rn A complete Detective Service. 209 Mclntyre Bldg. Ph. 923 RENT AN ADDING MACHINE, MO. 55 week. Moxieys. .179 Osborr.e St. Phone 42 3.-J-I. nights 7LV, 2U7. RHINESTONES AND PEARLS RE- p.aced in jewellery. Dominion Specialfes Co., 619 Mclntyre Bids. UPHOLSTERING AND RECOVERING. 2S1 yrs. exp. F. Pearson, 339 McGee 35 133 Res. 39 940. Country orders taken. if ANY REPAIR WORK DONE ON OLDJ houses. -177 Logan Avc., Pi-.one: V.7 FOR SALE FRESH CUT CHRISTMAS trees. 51. and up, delivered. Ph. 5S ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS TREE NOW' We deliver. Ph. 593 460. SMART YOUNG LAD WITH BICYCLE DR MESSENGER AND INSIDE Dl'TIE -NO NIGHT, SUNDAY OR HOLIDAY HARMAN'S DRUG STORE Portage at Sherbrook 1ENT A POLISHER OR VACUUM, fl. :i day, free est. on radio repairs. 3j ijU. WATCH REPAIRING Ernie Johnston 477 Portage Ave. ABC LIGHT TRANSFER. PHONE fOB Small jobs our specially. Day or Nile. FUR NECKPIECES RE-BLENDED A. Y. Hill Fur. Co. oil Time Bids. 928 709. 3 DAY WATCH SERVICE. OUARA.N- tecd work. Louis, 503 Portage Ave. HAWAIIAN. SPANISH GUITAR LES- sons. .Tack Rldclell, VM Time Bldg. 924 :45. ?H. 2IH b'OO HIGHLY EXP. CARPEN- HAVE YOUR WASHING -MACHINE SER- tor' alterations. _ viced now. Free estimates, prompt PAINTING tt-ed work on any make of; washer. rates. J. E. Snnll, 33435. -rs In new and used washers. Trades. FRANK 'SO Arrniri. Ph. J1--1 145. REPAIRS AND ALTERA- MATRI.MO.NIAL OPPORTUNITIES ;irls. ParUculars free. "Western Soda.' L'PHOLSTERY flub. Suh. 23. Edmonton. Alia. 1C- K. 597 -Votre Dame. Ph. DOLL HOSPITAL Xew wigs, baby drtll heads, eye? repaired, doils restrung. soft body drills rcroverpt' (loll dresses. 309 Cumberland (Cor. Don- Ph. 29 UNSIGHTLY HAIP.S, MOLES, Blemishes, gear, permp.nently rc.-noved bv newest method, also hair on limbs, per- maner.Uy removed in 1 treatment, harmless. Inst., Paris 024110. HASS-MEXT AN'D FOUNDATION RE pairs. Carpenter repairs. Frascr. 41 452. PRIVATE LESSONS, ALL SCHOOL SUB- jecls. Frith, 30 207. 4li2 Furljy St. DAY SERVICE ON WATCH REPAIRS, GUI. Prrtnqe .Ti 5S9 Portaj-e AULD'S FLOORS CLEANED, WAXEC polished. Ph. 727 94-1. _____________________FLOORS CLEANED, WAXED POLISH- .VY LO'uiS GP.EK.N, WARREN, ei. .MiirDonalil Floor Ph. 2-1277. AMBITIOUS YOUXC Kimuine njit-auie r lesirc'.is a! cstahllshinij hin-.SL-lf in l Mnn.. having left my bed nnrt bijard, I'RKNT EVENING !K anylrnaiil towns, etc. 47 contractL'd Ci-fon. her. Signed Allen BRIDAL, BRIDKS- 721 OS] IIANC1NG AND PAINTING. EEDDTNC mr.ler rales. Cai: Andy. 926 U2S. -Mattresses ,-ind SpnVs1" Box IF VOUI{ HUME NEEDS ALTERATIONS Sprincs to order, or rebuilt. Upholstery or an.v repairs. I'll. Andy. 2-' S7-1.________ nnd repairs. 'BKOKEN WINDOWS P.EPAIHED. P.F-VS Avc. Phone 505 423'Tatos. Ph. C-1 .'i'S5. BOOKS WRITTEN Up STATEMENTS WRINGER POLLS RE RUBBERED prepared Income filed. Open evenings St.ivoley T'.rf. 71 .Main St Pn by appointment. M. Frome, public accoun- :ant, formerly o: 050 Main St., now 001 llclntyre Block, 932366. up 5IT DONji' Apply, salary expected lo BON JiiMu' Free "Tress. SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. MOLES AND PAPKRHANGING permanently removed hy electrolysis. Also PK' Ray' :W'J- the new Thermolysis, Coates Coleman Inst. (Est. years) 507 Chad's Bid" 211 Portncp Ave. Phone 922333. .MOTH ERS WILL MIND YOuilTIllLD- rcn in home Ph. 727 OSO. PULLING OK SH ?n Spreacis facial hair. Wo suanntee to re- move it painlessly and permanently. ELECTROLYSIS CLINIC THE TCnniNGTON DECORATORS Can give your home or office that new look. Masters In interior and exterior paintlnc. Papering carpenters, re- PjJirsand alterations. Phone 721 010. TO rkmanship. Ph. as 343. ArCORDlCNS RKNTEIJ TO BEGINNERS li-ssor.s. Meyers. Ph. IOTSL -MANAGER FOR H'JSY LJj-UOO.M mlfl in mining tmvii in Northwestr-i-n Onlano. Sii.iuJd bu entvrl ar.fi capable Hor.riJ and quartern for appli.Mir ind provided. Apply In writing iox I4.'1U, Kriv I'ress slalina quali. inli-rvimv' rnmK.'d. fic itiuns. THOMSON' SAW FILING AND GR1ND- mg shop has moved from Isabel lo William, renewing work flll.ns. rotoothinj; j al: kind of saws, sharpening tools, re-1 lairing, washing machine etc. i J.N WINNIPEG THE RECOGNIZED medium Ir.r buying and selling is tile Free Press Want Ad Columns. CLOGGED SEWERS. DHAINS CLEANED th gi PERSO.VAL READINGS thoroughly with "electric'machine, no'dlc-lBRING 1'OUR TROUBLES TO MADA31 King. Free est. Work Ruaranteed. Potoi5fna' RcatllnK Mexican cards, slate, Rooter Service. Ph 20" S14 .'Tea-cups, Wax and Sand. Advice civen all PAINTING AND DECORATING, EXTER. and Interior, spray work and altera- tions, reliable work. Prices reasonable. Immediate service. Ph. 43 231. RECORDS MADE, STUDIO AND H O M K. Christmas Weddings. National Recording, o 92H 839. -Mclntyi'e, phonn DRAWINGS. TRACINGS CAREFULLY lone for blueprinting. House plar.s prep. Quotes giver. Write or phone Lcmaistre Drafiing Service, 310 Birks 924 CONCERT. PARTY AND ORCHESTRA. or information write or phone Leon H. Nichols, Scl'.ool ot Music, 3-1 Furby. r1' 530. MA'ITKESSES: CHESTERFIELDS; CON. beds. Davenports: built direct or re-co. old ones like new; Call 55 913 SOS Main SE. Central Beddins Co. PLAY THE PIANO OR GUITAR! SIM- piitied modern learn easily, quickly. Cost is low. Phone Modern School o: 579, 400 Portage Ave. BROWN'S PAINTING AND DECORATING 573 Maryland St. Ph. 722 3S2. Your Reliable Decorator INSECT i RODENT EXTERMINATION SERVICE CHARL3S RIESS CO. 372 Colony Phone 33 529 GREY HAIR? LOOK YEARS YOUNGER. Angelique Grey Hair Restorer. 51.00 mail- ed, delivered. Go.der. Drugs, St. Mary's al ilargrave. Phone 925 9J2. -MATTRESSES REBUILT. 52 AND UP. Day service, also box-spring mattress, and recovered furniture. Bros. Bedding, 1S57 Notre Dame. Phone 28747. SUPERFLUOUS HA IK, MOLES, WARTS perm, removed. Wpg's. longest exp. opera- tor. M. Elliot, 709 Boyd Bldg. Booklet. Phone 023 915. i.MEN ONLY! FEEL OLD WORN? I Weak? No pep? Try ne'.v improved -Men- ina and watch equick results. 5200 box GUI. Paris Co., 312 Mclntyre Block monthly" Mance MUSIC INSTRUCTION. ORCHESTRA. BASEMENT ROOM S92.67 This low price Licljde decorative I HAVE A FEW PURS SELECT AD- klns .aales (or sale. I. G. Casselman. her Branch. Man. i wall panels, matching celling squares. instruments and accordions rented with lessons. Enquire today. Lowe's Music Store, flush door and frame on sturdy 2x4 WANTED: RIDER INTERESTED IN o'lriding all ,Mmer and sharing board or room 12x.6 feet, celling ,'4" high. privately owned Gelding, stable close to MINK ROYAL PASTELS, L A R R Y the attractive materials Moore -strain. O. B. Laird, Box Price on a room In your R.R. 5. Winnipeg. 59975T-. lour convenient display rooms. and get our, basement atf bus stop. Ph. 45 994. IRISH AND COCKER PUPPIES. REG I reas. 227 Horace St., Norwood. 203 701. YOUNG ROOSTERS FOR ROASTING. WE deliver. Phone 599 829. NORTH AMERICAN _ LUMBER >t SUPPLY CO.. LIMITED AND JEIIRY THE TALK- 'jing dolls. Children's Xrnas parlies. Jack JOIdfield, Ventriloquist, 201 Albany St., St. jJames, Gl 175. r20 Roval Bank Bldg., IGRAVSTONE ARMS FURNISHED HOUSEHOLD PETS. THEY'LL (nr. City Hall) Ph. 92S 123. Baby Budgies. Fresh seeds. 34? Kennedy'.] TOP PRICES FOR HATCHING EGGS.! Alex Taylor Hatchery. 362 Furby. St. maid and dining room service. Res- ervations laken for dinners, luncheons, ban- quols and wedding receptions. Ph. 921 10H. FOR CLEAN INDOOR PETS GET HAM- sters, 53 63 550. 275 Thompson Dr. KERR'S FUN'ERAL CHAPEL ______________ yuall y funeral furnishings Ph 345 CUSTOM KILLING OF POULTRY EXP FUNERAL HOME S'ELK-KIhelp- s R'10' Ave" st- vltal- PLAN A VACATION Travel by Bus RETURN FARES FROM WINNIPEG Minneapolis 5 ]6.Ki Los Angeles S 6S.-17 Day N'ignt ambulance service Ph ooojQUALITY COCKER SPANIEL PUPS. 'black, red ar.d blonde. Reas. 55 Isabel, MEMORIAL FUNERAL CHAPEL Selkirk at Parr St. Ph. 59-1 911. MORDUE BROS. FUNERAL HOME Broadway at Edmonton. Ph. 927 566. THE J. THOMSON CO. LTD. FUNERAL Chapels. Broadway at Furby. Ph. 37 211. ZAW1DOSKI FUNERAL HOME LTD. Selkirk at Parr St. 9 Phone 594 911. FLORISTS WREATHS AND SPRAYS designed by experts Prompt, reliable service. DIAL 322 Flower Shop, Main floor HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY- THS FLORIST .403 Graham (opp. Med. Arts.) PH. 923 613 NITE PHONE 201 761 SHERBROOK FLORISTS 4W PORTAGE AVE. (opp. the Mall) Specialists In Floral Design PHONE 36 SOS NIGHTS 88 905 Vancouver Chicago New York Mexico City Nassau 53.50 53.40 S9.15 103.03 Toronto Detroit Miami Montreal Bermuda 40.49 35.91 tM.93 62. U3 1S2.63 ______________ Tickets Hotel Reservations Schedules fiARRED P.OCKS, ALL LAYING. PH. SAILINGS TO BRITAIN ISleamshlp reservations tor Winter and Spring sailing to Britain and MUST SELL WELL TRAINED YOUNG saddle' mare. Ph. 37 336. COCKER SPANIEL PUPPY FOR SALE, 515. Ph. 726 077. COCKER PUPPIES, HOLD FOR XMAS. Very reas. 347 Poison. Europe. Take advantage o; our complete travel facilities when making your trans- Atlantic plans. No charge for our services. Out of town enquiries prompliv handled. MACKIE TRAVEL SERVICE 2S5 Garry St. Sou-.h Portage Ave. 17 HAt ANP FEED LANDS WANTED: ALFALFA HAY. LOOSE OR baled, green and leafy, fine stem. 522.00 per ton our warehouse. Bole Feeds. 326 DesMeurons St.. St. Boniface. RELIABLE HAY AND FEED, 132 AI- kins St., Ph. 53377. For sale: all kinds of hav. 60 TON LOOSE ALFALFA AND UPLAND hay for sale. S10 and SG per ton. Box 1731. Free Press. 19 GARDEN SUPPLIES XMAS C. DITCHFIELD Company, 1037 Notre Dame at Ingersoll. Also, X. W. cor. Portage, and Maryland. Del. Ph: SO 76S. CINDERS, SOIL, LAWN DRESSING, 5-arder, manure, Illilnj, sodding and teed, ng ar.d sod delivered. Thompson, 29 240. NO. 1 STEAM CINDERS AT S1.25 PER vard. Ph. 691, BUILDING. CAULKING. PAINTING AND sanded. Immediate attention. Ph. NOW 11 FOR SYMPTOMATIC RELIEF OP NEO HETRA.MINE: ANTI K1STAMINE Latest discovers', r.ew anti hlstarru'nc mir- acle drug, helps relieve colds quicklv, IAS DESCRIBED IN READERS DlC-ES'i i If you take Neo Hetramine first "4 to 4S hours at sign of a cold. Prevents colds. FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN. Take one tablet before meals and at bed- time SI.00 per package of 25. mailed, or deliv- ered Xrom Golden Drugs, St. Marv's al Hargrave. Phone 925 902. REDUCE! SLENDERIZE! DON'T BE FAT! Lose ugly fat (not Follow "Golden Model" fat reducing dietary plan. Look. feel years younger. Order "Golden today it you feel the r.ecd ot it. 1 week S1.50. 5 weeks S5.00. At all drugstores, or delivered. mailed direct from Golden St. at Hargrave. Phone Q05 QO9 NEW WAY CLEANING OF CHESTER- f.e.'ds, rugs ar.d carpets, directly in Ihc home cr at our planl. Do Luxe Ph. 42 712. Paths oC 1.11'e, you will te delighted. 129 Calhe.lrai (1 Bik. East Main) M4 579 GYPSY MADAME KORAN FROM HOL- !.y.vood will sLlve nil your problems oj love, henllh. husini'.'-, marriape. Egypli.-in rard -'admits. 545 ElUce Ave.. phnnc 34 1 IT n p.m. ANTIQUE VKA RCO.'.iS. 3 EXC. READ- CIS. 2-5 and .v-jl. 25 1GG. res. for ban- s, rercps., teas showers. TEA CUP READING 2-n P.M., 7-11 I'.M. by appointment only. 59-1 (J7fl. STAR IA RGRAVE. TEA and cards ri" Jean B. Home. TjJA CUP READING AND CARDS. IF desired. p.m., 7-0 p.m. 27 Atlanlic. Mi'.S. JOHNSTON, Bon ATLANTIC AVE. reading 7-11. Ph. 79S. 29 MASSAGE. EXECrRICAL TREATMENTS CHICAGO MASSAGE CLINIC PHONE 925363. Ella Birzncck. .operator. Room 320 Mclr.tyre Bik. it scientific mas sage, zone therap; .clllalcr, electrical treatments for poor C'.rculation, Reducing. Rheumatism, etc. JANET LOCKE IGRAD. C.S.M. Chicago! Har.il Massage. Daily 10-10. Sle. Vj Malr. ?l. MASSAGK ELECTRICAL TREATMENTS Ste. 1. Mnrecomhe Lodge, 391 Balmoral. DRESSMAKING. HEWING LADIES TAILORING AND AL.TERA- Reasonable rales. Results guaran- lions, leed. 'h. Alice U2 DRESSMAKING. ALTERATIONS. WILL call and deliver, prompt service. 43 6G3. DRESSMAKING BY MRS. MARTIN. PH. 52 (MO. 32 MALE HELP WANTED DO YOU WANT TO BECOME A RETAIL STORE MANAGER? EXPERIENCED FISH FILLETEliS APPLY INDEPENDENT FISH CO. LTD, 941 SIIEHBROOK ST. ONTARIO OINTMENT MANUFACTURER .supply a guaranteeti ptnduct.s. and samples. I'o cover spend Appiv Free SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY For a young man 16-17 lo Jcarn fcr.ber he accurate, should have sonu- Kp-.tv.i-cdce lit lip.nt. Rc'ply Mntini; .12.H. and 'o BOX 1S01 KI'.EK PRKSS For general ofljr-e .school mercial cnur.se ris to -laniling, icni'o if any. oxiiec- led l-j Box 15-1-1 Free Press. DOMINION WIDE SALES ORGANIX.A- expected and phone number to iiox 147-i MEniANIC TO iver Must IK qualified on :ractor an.l Will a inlcel plus on ili-irls. "Me. soltj. No capilnl rnquirf-d Mils' bo lo work. Reply giving 'ri'lVrerccs This is a genuine opporuir.ilv fnr rigli: House 143S, Free Press. MONUMF.NT AGENT WANTED There are hundreds or unmarked ffraves m your district. Selli.-.g monuments :s a toad agency. You crin adti a lot :o your ncorne. Write Sox 1240 Free Press for tr.- ormation. ALKRT SALESMAN WITH INSURANCE. educalioral sales or similar experience. In- formation service. Advance percentage ar.d bonus has.s. Permanent sales posit. on. Ex- assigned. Firm established 1-1 Write advertiser. 417 Terminal givir.g complete crr.plovment I... -l 10 years. HA IJiTWAKE IMPORTERS CARRYING s: vk ;n Montreal of cutler.- and fishing tackle, require resident salesman .xvormg three Prairie Provinces. Please state exjierience. connections ar.d carried. Reply Bex loS2 Friv Press. WANTED REPP.KSKNTATiVE FOP. WES- Canada. Complete of children l.idies pajamas and gouris at popul.-jr W all particulars to Slevjmear Co. 7173 Waver. ev Si lici! OPPORTUNITY Tor. EXPEP.IE.Sr- ccd direct-lo-wcaror Salesman. Sell lor.aliy famous SU'tsor. Shirts. Made to Me.-'. --.ire. Liberal commissions. Big re- business. Stetson Sta-.lon C. Montreal. LARGEST NUMBER OF RE PRESS WANT np.lNG liETTEP. RESULTS! .MALI: INSTRUCTION WRITE TODAY .-nr cur FREE illustrated booklet on Automotive Di.'sei Mechanics Welding Acetylene Weldirz Day nnd evening classes. J. itHividtl.ij Modern up-to-date 211 sears of loarhir.g rxpern'ncc. j. Ore of the largi'st ar.d most modern tr.-iir.iag institutes in Canada. ENGINEKRING INSTITUTE a; Main St.. Winnipeg. '.1KN. TRAIN NOW RADIO SER- Whv'oss Operating, Television. Government and Jiidu.stri.il Radio posit- ions. J.eani at oy correspondence or :n day classes. Employment outlook you placement help on graduation. Fre St. W., Toronto, cr local Box ;-.72, :M M LE-l-KMAI.E HELP fJl'KNINC KOI! SMAHT MAN OR 12 s'ar.illnc as rrup or .vouns Irfdv as dork. Gunr.'s Pharmavvl Pr.. MO. li-XJfll'.KIl BY AiVOl'NT- ,nl. youn? p.op'y giving lull nnvlicuhirs lo Box Free ACCOP. for or'l-cstra. Call at 50 F.-an- W.VNTCED WANTED IMMEDIATELY SALESLADY FOR LARGE .lEWKI.ilY STORE ]S to .Ti Apply Givi.-.g full to BOX 17-.5 I--REE PRESS AUTO BODY MAN- WANTED To take [till charge ot shop. JTusl be ab' 'o paint, steady work. Stale experience. BOX FRKE PRESS ".'ANTED 3ST CLASS .MOTOR MECHANIC steady wu. k working mnil'lloiK pa-. ROX F'RKK PRKSS Parts IS iir.it nr.u acqu.iinh'il willi Td PJ.I-IS and Apply in writ. staUng salary mil qualification, In CANADIAN .MOTORS r'" POSITION AS PART TIME SSX'ltETARY for fralernal lyp-iig and knou-ledge ot keeping ivcu-ils. ct-llent opporuinily for young man anxious -.o supplement income. No objection to applicant U'-lng office to.- own work Apply slating qualif.ca-.ions '.o Box 1U3" FITI: Press, WE liAVK A GOOD PROPOSITION KOJ' i seed cxperiunocil Roaster op pressure dry rendering c lament, i: lire wish to make nv.ix......... Nalion.-il XJCTOIl WANT.... vitll populalion. lights. Slaic toln-.s and condilions. vildre.ss ccir.muniralior.s 10 L K DU'IM S.'creliiry uf Yuiiow Gr.iis ii mnu'i-ce, Yellu-.v WE HAVE AN nen who should be 2-1. or over, of appearance >ition and I hi ob. Apply -i-l and f> p.m. and can bring desire in to Mils Dame Ave bet AGGRESSIVE AUTOMOTI VK PARTS salesman required by Brandon jobber. Sal- iry and commission; transportation sup- plied. Apply staling all dcl.-iils of prc- viouy experience nnd references lo Box inSG FrLV i'ross. SALESMAN FOR REAL partment of t-sLablished firm. Must have car and residence phono. Leads and good m.ulo avniiahle to right man. Write liox 3S47. Free Press. GRANDFATHER CLOCK. REPEATER solid gold watch. double barrel! shot gun, well trained golden Labrador) irctriever. Best offer. 470 Young St. N'ru- store oper.ing In Winnipeg needs an ambitllous man at once, Requires relall sclllr.g or -buying experience wilh ability to plan merchandising, events, supervise people, and to accept responsibil- ity for overall operation and resists. S.'NGLK MAN. HANDY WITH TOOLS am! wilh sorr.e picctrical c.vprriencc to; nainlcnanco dulies. State qualifications to (Box M7S. Free Press. EXPERIENCED CLOTHING SAI.KSMKN (preferably with ladies' and suits I experience, age 39-40. Factory experience preferred. Permanent position. Ph. 374. IN WINNIPEG THE RECOGNIZED medium for buying and selling- is the Free Press Want. Ad Columns. ALICE, GOT TO F.P. 25TH TIME not my own. Address or Ph. no. A Y M Box 1S49. Free Press. If you are selected, training. we will give you Enquiries kept confidential. Our employees all know ol this advertisement. WRITE BOX 1741, FREE PRESS ZEGLINSKI'S PAINTING AND DECOR-. ating. fully guaranteed. Free estimates Ph islving age, education, and business 391 083. SANTA CLAUSE OPEN FOR BOOKINGS. Phone early and be certfjn for your Xmas party. Ph. 926 369. Evngs. 37 376. 1 perience. RENT AN ELECTRIC POLISHER OR vacuum, new equipment, 51.25 per day, delivered. Ph. 926 369, 37 37G. SPECIAL WINTER RATES: SMALL AL- archways and plaster repairs. Call Fred, 722 3S2. L. H. NICHOLS SCHOOL OF MLSIC. Violin, piano, wind instraments and nur- tar. 34 Furby. 34 530. RENT A SINGER PORTABLE ELECTRIC sewing machine, 54. per month. Ph. 42 33-1, Moxleys', 179 Osbo.-ne. ALL TYPES OF DECORATING. EXPERT work done at cost. See our new line of wall papers. Ph. 63 443. CARPENTERING, REMODELLING Buildlns garages.' verandahs, recreation rooms. Ph. 27 ISO. YOUNG MAN- TO LEARN SHOE BUSINESS We require the services of one bright young man desirous of learning the shoe business and making it their vocation In life. This young man should be between IS and 22, have at least Grade 11 edu- cation, be clean cut, ambitious, courteous ajid willing to work hard enough to one day become the manager of one of our 91 stores. Single man preferred. Apply !n person to AGNEW SURPASS SHOE vTORE 60S Main St, -SHEET METAL WGRKICP.S USED TO shop work and furnace installations SI per hr. Only qualified irvn who can 'pro- duce nee! apply. Box Free Pross EXPERIENCED BODY AND FENDE1'. man wanted. Top wages to right man. Donald Ajto Painting and Bodv 31S York. WANTED FIRST l.'I.ASK MECHANIC for country garage, experienced In auto- mobile and tractor, tup wages and hving accommodations. Pit. 922 BISCUIT SALESMAN FOR territory. Car cssi-ntlai. Salary com- mission and car ai.'nwar.ce. Apply 'in own har.riwriting lo Box Free Press. BRANDON WHOLF.SALK AUTOMOTIVE .Jobber requires experienced counterman. Reply giving ail details and references to Box 16S3 Free Press. LARGEST NUMBER OF READERS FREE PRESS WANT ADS- BRING BETTER RESULTS! 2 BOYS FOR STORE. ONE OVER 15 FOR clerk and part delivery, days. One for after 4. 4o2 Talbol Ave. 1. OR 2 MEN R EQUIP. ED TO WORK on commission hauling coal mv truck. Ph. 22 B78. BOYS F.ARN GOOD POCKET MONEY BE- fore Xmas. Sell our tov filling stations. Ph. 727 4S4. DRIVER SALESMAN WANTED. APPLY Mr. Scott, 72 Mnrion St., Norwood bet. S 9 a.m. only. WANTED AT ONCE with bicycle. Apply Princess St. DELIVERY BOY Comet Press, 197 MAN TO WORK IN grocery store and drive delivery truck. Apply 926 Grcsvenor. ph. 42 S29. WANTED BOY WITH BICYCLE 4-6 P.M. Apply, Reid Drug, 40S Academy Rd. STENOGRAPHER DICTAPHONE AND SHORTHAND EXPERIENCE Required by TRUST COMPANY in U nniipeg. Apply g'ving full particulars of educa- .I'.ii, age, salary, etc. to offux. box ,10-j-l. CALLING ALL WOME.N: have time lo spare. Wno wish to ni.ike easy mjncy. Take orders for 'Jn- gene. and hosiery: For ladies, men, C'lil- :Iren, also Eases' wear. Notnin- could be cas.er with uur low prices ana our magnniccmly illustrated cauiojuo contain- ing samples of our materia.s. Satisfac- tion guaranteed or money icfur.ded Gen- erous commission, bonuses, W 1 t catalogue? DU JOwR LINGERIE Inc., 4235-27 I b e-- ville Street. Montreal 34. liF.Ql'IF'F.D IMMEDIATELY: LADY SUP- ejmter.Ju.nt for Selkirk General Hospital, .Manitoba. ,'iU bed Husnita' and in.'ludMig .small iramins school nci.1 n-n-sos. Apply .sibling full 'is o q-ja.ifK-aliMis BO" HI.) FOR JNlJuT- of fl-Piii-ii. n.-utmr. S'JIIH- lodgi- 'Mlh i: around" f> in' lj'ls Fri'.: Pivss. NUHSK.S J'.KQ-J.'liKO FOR bed ho.splt.il; plus full main- One montr.'s v.lth .'ifter year'., si-.-v months up pay r.il.-c every sirk cave Separate nut-s.-s' Write or iihur..' Kelvlngton Un- ion Ilospilal. Sask SHORT ORUKR CCXJKS FOR PAI' road Y.M.C.A. in West "n Omar7o character oscritiat ion- peni-m-e unnecessary. Age, preferred. wage, plus- board, room transp.jrl.-itwn. Apply Mr. McCask.iil, Y..M I.. A.. pg. EXPERIENCED TYPIST FOR Ft? depart tr.cn of daily newspap.-.- Must l-.avi: Crii'lo II and be very accurate f'OP.i'.KS-'OMJKN'l'S. PART-TIMF TO mail .-icverlisn-.R circulars ai.d in'd'ustna' hliinilaril rales promptly paid ndusln.il Puhlications. 2-44 V, rite m-iUth Bjilding, Minn. W A NT E .XPEl' j E N CED WAITRESS Good hours and wages. Inexperienced' iMrls need not apply. Apply Barbecue Lurch St. EXPERIENCED N' WAITRESS WANTED N't night ufirk or Sundays. .520 a vk plus meals, civic Lunch. Cor. Princess and U llha llham. TYPIST FOP. INVOICE DEPT. SOME general office experience preferred. Per- manent position. Pensiun and other bene- fits. Box 1730 Free Press. NIGHT SUPERVISOR REQUIRED. FOR full particulars, apply with references to Superintendent. Kencra General Huanital. Ken-ira, Ontario. TYPIST WITH KNOWLEDGE OF BOOK keeping for general office work. Give "liiiraiion and experience. Box 1636 Free Press. URGENTLY REQUIRE EXPERIENCED sandwich and short order cook, day- work only. Sundays free, highest wages paid Apply Topper's Grill. 402 Main. WANTED. EXPERIF.NCED STENOGRA- pher. preferably single and under 30. Ph. 92o 775 for an interview. HAIRDRESSER WTD. WITH OWN FOL- lowing lo rent space in downtown beauty saion. Box Free Press. EXPERIENCED SWITCHBOARD OPERA- lor and typist. Apply In Mur- ray. Grace Hospital. GIRL TO WORK IN CONFECTIONERY ar.i Iruit store. Ph. 46 400.   

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