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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - June 22, 1916, Brandon, Manitoba V j a \ a a slam. A in div tit mom Torrai a by Ultman old a Gfa White Ine. I Ani Tacor Munoa a a a a a a a to tar Here rely will Bel suitably rewarded. Joba Scott r r no. A breads or Booe 2046, ring in and 2. 8-16-2-1 8traybd a on two year old unlit Brown ally with White face two White bind legs. Aay inform a Tola leading to recovery will he suitably rewarded. A. M. Poster. Do Gina Man. Lumm it hat land to lra8e on shares or Cash. Apply Harry p. Meadows rapid City phone 96 ring 4. 3t Mort aos Sale of valuable warm property under and tor virtue of the Power of a ale contained or implied in a certain mortgage which Wib be prot told at the time of Sale there will be offered for Sale by Public auction by j. Murray a duly licenced auctioneer at the office of Megara. Cold Rii Coleman and Bruce i Inch and by Section a the i Day the 8th i hour of twelve of clock noon Standard 1 time the following property namely a All and singular that certain parcel or tract of land and premises situate lying so being in the province of Manitoba being composed of the fit Outh half of a on fourteen 14 in township tens a 10 and Range Twenty one 21 West of to pro Niimd Meridian in the said prov to neg i the Venator to informed that there Are about two he and pm fifty 280 acres of said land under cultivation and that there is situate thereon a Frame dwelling on Stone foundation one Frame stable and one granary. I the land to under the real property i act and will be sold subject to a Reserve bid. I terms of Sale Twenty 20 per cent Oil the Purchase mice to to be pud in Cash at the time of Sale and the balance Ini accordance with conditions to be made known at the ton of Sale. For further particulars apply to messes Crichton Mcclure Cohen 364 main i Street Winnipeg Manitoba vendors i solicitors. A 1 dated at Winnipeg this 26th Day off May. 116. Orest no i it r if Luji it. I i v ? pm i As Nini i a k al my i pm a i so i 1 ? 1 4 off. I. I a a ooze and a of in ulna. Anana a Mofiz amp i in ets Mii runts a Sass news is Kwa yet oases Muse Mannaa Quot v a a luvs i . Awry to Jln a a night phase 726. A sip a Fyma Ray a a is Quot Jade my Kwa Whaul tithe i of. Vin parents or so must a v a. Ohio Prastio. Cater to a vol of it of go of a a a a8 How we a a epilepsy st. I tune a dance paralysis rheumatism arthritis neuritis and other chronic aliments of the human body removed by the Yoiiro Learmont at Moore jaw tactic method. H. C minty , 281 11th Street Brandon Manitoba a Blaber Saak. Oyobu be bin Hurt Yecs in it a a a in. A Joyed k Brief of if amp try tues lira. We. Henderson Haa returned he we land a a a Han Flap a Tritt to kor a subs Sass use becomes from pm in a a Haiy Ihl a Abihana Wbamc Rubw vhf Esfi try my a a. G. Richards 438 list Street contractor far houses barns verandahs sleeping porches stain garages hard Wood Foort Etc. Phone 499. _ 8t lost lost two head of two year old cattle. Any Zafon Suos leading to whereabouts will be gladly received. S. Mcroberts Hayfield phone 2042 r 1-2. 8-16-2 or j. Baton of Toronto is visiting or. And mrs. M. L Kane perk View apartments. J mias Annabel Ryerson of Brantford pin to visiting in the ctaa4hegbebt of her Uncle or. weekly Bank clearings show an increase of 924,474 Over the corresponding week of last year. The figures Are $463,713 last year they were a Mph Many a Pyp treeing a it �4 about Rig Dri vers crossing sidewalks into Back lanes al i fast rate. On saturday s cute boy was knocked a own and badly bruised at the take Between rare court and Parkview m Freij �?T1 a w. Speers of Rao lived the car i Toft Tiomi lowest from it is fit air lev ii la formation r lost or strayed from Dora its farm 24-9-19, four Heifer calves Ris two years eld me red three roams tagged in right ear with name of s Doran. Any information phone 494 or 2004 ring 1 it pm t Lawn Tea Friday evening \ All ladies and gentlemen Are cordially invited to a Lawn Tea which the executive of 8l Paul s presbyterian Church will hold on Friday evening june 23rd, from eight to ten of clock on the grounds of the residents of or. Sad my. A 8. Maxwell eleventh Street the proceeds will go toward st. Paul s patriotic fund. V to a Carden party june 29th the ladies of toe sir James Whitney chapter of the i. O. D. E. At Carnegie will hold a Garden party on june 29th, at the residence of or. Davidson 18-11-19, about if if Miles Northwest of the City. A splendid program of sports has been arranged and a representative number of members from the 99th regimental band will be in attendance to provide a program of music. A sumptuous supper will be served from six to eight of clock. Everyone will be heartily welcomed. To to a Shaw Hughes the marriage of miss Clarice Hughes daughter of or. And mrs. W. Hughes of this City and or. Passmore Shaw also of Brandon was celebrated on june 2nd at the first methodist Church parsonage. Rev. A. E. Smith officiated. To a a facts to be faced in dress when our undivided attention is once More turned to dress if it Ever is we must look facts in the face. The hoops and distended skirts almost necessitate the use of the Rich and moreover More costly materials and if we Are to Favory the effect of voluminous skirts depend on it it is better to employ Rich stuffs than to under prop the skirts with hair cloth or Willows or maybe steel As of old. Some of the handsome Floral Large patterned Bro Cades Are inter threaded with Gold and Silver and of course Are costly. Instead of panniers such stuffs Are a Little draped on the hips. Some of the new models Nae the fullness of the skirts drawn in towards the feet like an egg but All these As far As England is concerned Are tentative fashions and Gold and Silvery embroidery used of Many of the More costly gowns Are not fitted to War time. Ribbon will have full Sway. Rosettes of ribbon and velvet play their part and a god Deal of Metal braid. The evening gowns atom All these meets and much embroidery. King George association disbands the Home and school association of the King George school have disbanded for the summer months with a very successful years work to their credit their donations included 118 pairs off hand Pri to socks 139 Hospital garments and the sum of $112 00 raised tor the patriotic fund. To to Chintz covers for books during the summer months when books Are liable to be read out of doors in Arbor or Hammock it is Well to make Gay Little Chintz covers to slip on them. These can be hastily caught together with Feather stitching in a contrasting Shade and will add to the appearance of the Book As Well As serve to protect it a a Tagi Day brings in $626.15 a tag Day was successfully conducted by the ladies of the local red Cross society on saturday from which toe returns amounted to $$26.15, which is considered very Good for Brandon considering the Many Calls that Are made upon tiie individual every Day for patriotic purposes. The ladies had a splendid system in Good working order and Alt arrangements were gone through without the slightest trouble. J a Wawanesa child Here with its parents of wednesday got away from i them but was restored within an hour j the offspring having been taken to the police station meanwhile. There is very utile Cut worm in the Brandon District this is ascertained from a canvass Iff the Farmers in the District after the atom in a contemporary that Cut worn Are prevalent in some parts of toe province. A a a a a or. And mrs. Thomas Blake and of a Dei. Bruce left wednesday tor Rort Arthur where they will visit prior to their return to Toronto. Or. And mrs. T. Legge left Satur miss Parkinson principal of King Day for a visit to Toronto and it Fth Eric Tec Gorge school and miss Redmond i pin Cupol of the bar school left saturday on a two visit in the mrs. J. H. Patterson of Penticton feast Quot b. C., and miss Robertson of feed Erickson n. B., were the guests of or. I mrs. Jamieson sad daughter maraud mrs. A. W. Clark Biisser Street Rguerite of Hamiota Are visiting the for a few Days. I parents of the former or. And mrs. Foj. Esselment tenth Street mrs. J. A. Howey and miss Hazel let letter received by monday mail ill Armati a a of Etc Labib that a a a a a a i in fit a a a it Dukoski a it h will pass to Fough Brandon i 394u. My it to a Hood to a l of the boy 8coutr a Tow Fittig us. Fall in it undersigned. Jno. M0innc8, ctr set. Man. I v a amp a i .1 in. I i mite a or. And mrs. R. A Winnipeg motored to i Day evening to visit the letter s per eats or. And mrs. G. Lloyd for n few Days. They were accompanied by , the or. And mrs. A Van a Haf i u. Pet. Leslie Isaac reported in the Sun monday As dead of to tends enlisted in the 34 the battalion Toronto. Before enlisting he worked on a farm s at Woodstock ont. Mrs. George Arm-1 Strong 661 Rideau Street this City is Bis sister <1 a i Howey left on saturday to a end the summer at a adm sound ont a five year old youngster climbed Mon to a Belt line car Friday and had a miss Helen Morrison left saturday a aau Quot four cd Chim bid no place to be along the. Route. Eventually however the boy a was claimed Bart is More Erst mrs. We. Mckay wife of pet. My i Kay of the. 79th battalion gave birth. Ito triplets Here saturday. Mother children Are doing there i hrs a one boy. Mrs if. Kay uves at suite Twenty nation to spend the summer at Toronto and Norwich ont. A a. Niv j-1,. Was a business visitor in toe City on than Etoir sad Friday. \ a meeting of the summer fair directors is being held this afternoon and several steins of importance a re Albertta 3j left Lier up for consideration. Presbyterian general Assembly. Rev. Or. Savage of st. Andrewes returning Home in his Auto presbyterian clutch has returned from Winnipeg where he attended the y Smiley ran into an open Culvert Between Souris and Carroll and besides damaging his car or. And mrs. D. Crystal of 124 Iau stained injuries which will keep fourth Street had As their to bed for some Days Over the week end pet. Max Crystal f 10 t9 a nearby farm for help to pall the Auto out of of Camp Hui Dies. Hima the Hole. Mrs. James b. Madder and son of Wainwright Are visiting at her pm Rente or. And mrs. Willoughby Princess Avenue. Of 1111 formal notice appears in the cur a Bent Issue of the Manitoba Gazette of the appointment of or. H. M. Mathe j a son As this majesty a counsel learn the sole head of a Lover is Yean old. May Homestead al Quarter dec Tina of available Dominion land in Manitoba Saskatchewan or Alberta. A applicant must appear to person at it Dominion Lande Agency or 8nb-Agency for the District entry by proxy May be made at any Dominion but not bub a Joc your actin a of hone. Silti Ca Fili Mott tha Veia Flanaga upon and a cultivation of the years. A Home teed by la nine Miles of his Homestead end of at least 80 Aeron on a or Talna a habitable House to Leoff Iredle where residence to Vicinity. Livestock May by. Lor fid Quot Elva ton under certain condition a. I i certain districts a Ninnia Tenolar by Good standing May pre Emit a apart Are m a a a 1 1 1 a in j _ my a w Imu i up or 1 Section rids to Toane Azaad. Peai 12.00 per Aera. Sci 1 duties big Monum of three years after Saint Ogoc a is a Etimet Miasma a Hmann fur built t Ulm Vav of Fern Preemption Patent May letters received ii the City during the past few Days Hare borne out the earlier reports that the 45th City of Brandon Jow acting Asj reinforcements to the first pm to toe tow.1 �ii5< Gondi one a a a m a a a. Selea m ctr no aaness a Jmel Dut toss must Reeme Etz Menthe of three yearn col Pivato it an a a rate a Houma with $g0fi� is _ w. W. Cory. 1 est a bsh sly a i Totor fit building a. New Pound on a byte adjoining the car barns and is reported that already something a like eighty cattle have Hon rounded boys with .22 calibre rifles Are lived to be responsible for serious i damage to the semaphores in the mayor Cater was the special speak a. R. Near the thirteenth Street Cross Jer at a patriotic meeting in Frobisher ing. Several insulators have also brim sask., wednesday night mrs. Cater to ils a to if is amp st a few a a before he can reach a decision Ini several of the assessment Appeal a judge Cumberland will have to j Sergt. K. Winn of the lord Strath-1 a Many maps and plans at the cob s horse while motoring from. Omury of the g a min. s al Fli Good m my Mem Toter. A a a Kwh win. However i Camp Hughes to the City on Sunda in All ready before i took a severe cell la be Taw been. I. Smithe Date specified by statute. I moved a to e private Ward in the Gen ivs Ewel a a Hetio a a a pneumonia. The Lehany Brandon troops Are still arriving at the wgj1�?o a a it a Strath Etma horse sym Trein tog Camp and there Are now fully pm the to with the Well town Soldier under canvass. Store and them Gro to tire theatres Are still being com Jae a Ber Ana Herf. I an order just issued will not a. Garter a at. The Camp p Juho has Brenem played at the read he club the last three. Pm a Hiis be Wop cml f3�?o a Quot in a the 203rd Bat Tarm after going in Pital his wife Ani on monday a tor Winnipeg to Jol Mother and sister. A a a a. Wednesday june 21,91 potatoes per Bushel. $�.96 beef dressed carcass per la. .16 pork dre8�ed carcass Jar la. .13v4 veil Irr Pisalt Catt Iise 7��.r .12% Chicken dressed per la. .20 geese. Dressed per la. Ducks a reared per la. Turkey Serdj per a butter not a per but Jet al Neh Damp in. L of Quot to Taomei rur a a my male. M of howl a. Midi Reali #�11 my a i we Olmi of a a a pm iwo a in a p i a a a a a extensive advertising has created the impress that Only a Large Victrola should be purchased. While the Large ones Are better this style i is worthy of a place in every Homo. It re a All records in a flawless manner and tag Munim Quality of tone. M i the moderate Price no Home should be without one. Natl nit upon in Whit i by of eff a a it cd a a. H re a a a i a a m. A a new Laifi per dozen. Hay baled per ton. A wife pm pm Telephone 566, a amp co.,h a Onue Brandon. J. Coni Ingley mgr. . A k al a min you a or town in better a Quot ? s x furnish a. I a j a or a a a a us in y. M. A. Camp Wib be opened the Union Llyl Bloke this year As leg fit m Amer. Fat Rel i Iff Fly #0011m a or it is in n Quot a a is needed in clothing tags while the old Quli fortunately for ourselves and on Era for a year and More we have been stocking up on these whenever Opportunity offered but the demand is heavy the Public generally is alive to the True situation. Every Day bring new customers to this store from All parts of Western Manitoba on the Hunt for the old reliable qualities. Every mail brings its Batch of orders a Apo the Best you can a but there is a limit and our Stock is lessening fast que a again strongly urge our Friend . The will Focee 9 Tfaye situation make the most of present its less that 4 weeks to i i i Ull fill i m. m

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