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Brandon Weekly Sun (Newspaper) - September 2, 1909, Brandon, Manitoba Thursday. Supt 2, in Here is a Strong state ment our repair department is the Best repair department in the City. We make that statement absolutely without qualification. We fully realize the obligation upon us As a reputable House to limit our statements to provable truths. Therefore when we say that we have the Best repairing department in the City we expert you to make no allowance whatever. We Are prepared to prove what we say. D. A. Reesor Quot Tim jewelery wedding rings and licenses. Man lags the Mon cd the fir a brigade for then timely assistance in saving her helpless husband and herself during the fire of their place this morning. From monday s daily or. James Rothnie of Virden is a visitor Here. M. A. J. Patterson of Toronto is in the City today. Or. J. H. Kenny of Guelph is a vision in the City today. Or. C. J. Garner or Calgary is a a visitor in the City today. Miss s. Bren an of Swart Lake is it visitor in the City today. Or. H. A. West of Ashland Oil is a guest at the Imperial the Brandon weekly Sun. Business locals Vincent Sells . at Vincent. Or personal or. D. Dineen of Winnipeg is the City on a business trip. N from saturdays daily mrs. E. E. Orr of Oak Lake is the guest of mrs. Baird. Or. Rimes Durridge of Winnipeg. Is visit lug in the City miss Vera Brisbin has returned to the City from Detroit lakes. Miss m. Andrews of Elgin was a visitor Iii the City yesterday. Or. F. Adolph of Baynes Lake it c., is a visitor in the City. Mrs j. D. Heddesheimer of fort William is visiting friends in the Kerr who was on a trip t a Winnipeg returned Home Friday evening. Miss Coni Mcminn returned yesterday from a visit with friends at Winnipeg. Mrs. E. B. Smith of Hamilton outs visiting or. Ami mrs. Frank w. Smith. Miss Mcdougall. Of Brandon is the guest of her sister mrs. C. Q. Bown a Reston recorder. F % 5 ? or. La. J. Clarke who has been summering at Pelican Lake returned Home in Friday evening. Mrs. D. Duff of Brandon is a guest at the Home of j. Cochrane this Gazette. J a. E. Robertson of Brandon was the guest of the editor in the Early part of the recorder. Miss Beele Pelion who has been visiting miss in. Mcdonald of Regina. During the past few weeks arrived Home today. Mrs. J. Magee of Elgin was a visitor in the City yesterday in route hone from a visit to her parents at Tisdale Sash. F miss Greenway of Winnipeg who has been the guest of miss ram Shaw during the to it ast few Days returned Homo today. R miss Bower who has been visiting mrs. Mccomb Louise Avenue left this morning to attend the millinery openings in Winnipeg. Or. C. F. Maxwell of the Bank of Commerce staff has been transferred to Pincher Creek Alta. Or. Maxwell left this afternoon to take up his new position mrs. G. A. Walton returned this afternoon from a visit to Winnipeg and was accompanied by mrs. Walton sen., of Montreal who will Sypen i some time in the City visiting her son. J i or. E. J. Young who has been spending a Duple of weeks in the Oak River District returned to the City today. I mrs. Valentine wishes publicly to or. And mrs. A. Dickson of shod i Ake Are visiting in the City. Or. J. Whitcomb of Smiths Falls ont., is a visitor in the City. Or. Thomas cousins of London la in the City on a business trip. Or. A. M. Bellingham of Paisley ont., is a guest at the Imperial. Or. And mrs. E. A. Horton of St. Thomas were visitors in the City to Day. Or. And mrs. C. D. Kerr of Wawanesa were guests at the Empire today. Miss seafood left this morning for a months trip to St Paul and Minn a Polis. Or. D. Ii. Scott and family returned today from their Camp at Lake Dementi. Miss Ida Moore returned Home this afternoon from a visit to friends at Winnipeg. Mrs. Kenny and children of Brampton. Are in Tho City visiting mrs. A Vav. Shaw. Miss Margaret Burgess of Carman is visiting mrs. O. A. Thomas priv Cess Avenue. Or. J. F. Higginbotham left today on an extended buying trip through Eastern cities. Miss Jean Mcgavin has returned the City from an extended Holiday trip through the states. Miss Edith Whitehead has returned Home after spending a few months with friends at Ottawa. Mrs. T. H. Taylor and Mast ii Jack who have been visiting at Oak Bluff have returned Home. I v % f n ass Quot it f it Ait or. H. C. Edwards returned on saturday after spending the week at Billiken Camp Lake Pelican. Rev. Father Mcphail of Montreal was a visitor in the City yesterday the guest of the Redempto Rist fathers. Miss Annie Pollock of la Riviere who spent sunday the guest of mrs. O. A. Thomas left today for Prince Albert. Miss Jessie Christie returned Home yesterday from Ottawa where she has been visiting friends for the past few months. Or. And mrs. A. A. Evans and family returned to the City today from Lake Clementi where they have Heel camping. Misses Bell and Annie Elliott of Chesly ont., who have been the guests of mrs. To. L. Adolph left for Home today. Misses Florence and Annabell Cunningham returned saturday after spending a month with relatives in Kennedy sask. Miss Margaret a. Murphy of Toronto who has accepted a position As head dressmaker for a. D. Rankin amp co., has arrived in the City. From saturdays daily distribution of prizes. The prizes a awarded at the recent annual show of the horticultural and forestry society will be forwarded to All successful competitors after sep 1st. Foster s forecast. Following the 29th inst there will he a week of severe storms and strenuous weather. Between september i and 5 temperature will drop to Neir the Frost line will occur. Later killing frosts express her thanks to the chief and now owned by the Union Bank. The Union Bank wish to state Quot hat there is no foundation whatever in the report that the Standard Bank were thinking of buying the Northwest Corner of eleventh Street and Rosser officers elected the first meeting of the Brandon Normal literary society was held yesterday afternoon when the following officers were elected Hon. . J. Hales. l. Mckee. m. Webster. A e. Johnson. Editor to. Emerson. Asst. Editor miss m. Scott. Pianist miss l. Speers. Reporter a. Ledain. The society will hold its meetings every Friday afternoon. Many phones installed the past season has been one of the busiest seasons in the history of the province for Rural Telephone construction. When the season closes hundreds of phones will have been installed in various parts of the country and communication established with All the neighbouring towns and cities. In one District alone the Oak River District fully 135 Miles of line will be erected before the season closes. The Outlook splendid. William a. Tookey of Montrel the Well known Western representative of the win. G. Hartruft Cement co., Montreal is in the City today on a business trip. Or. Tookey has found business so brisk in the West this summer that he has remained Here All the season making his Headquarters at Winnipeg. He has male Many very Large contracts and with the Bountiful crops he anticipates a heavy demand for Cement for building purposes during the remainder of the season. A fall indications a said or. Tookey a Point to next year being a a. The weekly Sun cd sissified ads. A i i i i i -�?T-h-1 1 a to tort. To t.t-t.t.1.vm houses for Sale. For a House or lot any description or location see or phone w n Reid Smith Block. Phone 984 5842tfdw\s&wk for immediate Sale to room House centrally located Good water Gas fixtures and Generator peace Furnace full sized Cement basement. Apply to Box to Sun office Brandon. W.m.30-tf farms for Sale. First class half Section of land Twenty Miles from Brandon. 250 acres cultivated Good buildings All fenced. In first class locality adjoining railway station. Will Trade for town property. Highly improved farm flu Sale consisting of 480 acres two Miles North of Chafer. 440 under cultivation the very Best of wheat land. Also 160 acres of Hay land lying three Miles East of Chafer. For particulars enquire of the Western Canada land co., 38 9th Street Brandon. Straye1>�?from Sec. 13-1t-20, three Colts one two year old filly four White feet White spot on nose color sorrel one year old filly White face color Brown yearly horse Colt one White Hind foot White spot on nose color sorrel. Finder communicate with Sex Windover Brandon ., or phone 830 ring 4. Suitable Reward. If for Sale. For Sale a Cocker Spaniel dog cheap or will Exchange for chickens. Apply g. W., Box 21, Sun o be. Of Money to loan. First class Section of land m0ney in Rounthwaite District one mile from railway Good buildings. For Sale cheap. Apply e. J. Barclay Brandon. 49l0tf settlers wanted for . New settlement in the famous Okan Gan Valley. Land a Rich Black Loam Ith a heavy Clay subsoil especially dated to the growing of fruits Vocab Les Hay Dairy or mixed farming. Lee fuel and Timber for buildings and fences. Prices the lowest Erms the most reasonable in the1 Alley. Come at once and secure a return crop this fall. Write me be Ore coming. Curtis Hitchner Vest Bank . To loan we have a Large amount of Trust company funds to lend upon improved farm lands at current rate of Adolph amp Mckay barristers Etc., rooms 3 Aud 4, Northern Crown Bank Chambers Brandon Man. Pigs for Sale for Sale a pigs and Brood sows All Ages. Self grinding hog feeders. Ranch half mile w est of 18th Street adjoining experimental farm j. Sieffert Brandon A12,19,26,s2 treasurer mrs. Marshall year in this country in building oper pm Ychelle Lee Winnipeg. The new Sheds will to 35x200 feet facing on lome Avenue and running South along the railway. Ladies Aid at a meeting of the ladies of the Victoria Avenue methodist Church it was decided to organize a ladies Aid in connection with the Chirich. The following were the officers elected president mrs. Bruce. Vice president mrs. Daniels. Secretary mrs. Knechtel. Actions and Public Townsen do Sutton. A quiet wadding was solemnized in the parlor of the King Edward hot last evening when the Rev. J. M. Sutherland United in the Bonds of Matrimony or. George Townsend to miss Katherine Sutton. The Bride w How As tastefully gowned in her travelling costume Wras Given away by or. Thomas Hilliard proprietor of the King Edward hotel. Both the Bride and bridegroom were Well known in the City having come to Brandon from Wolsey with a. And mrs. Hilliard when they took Over the King Edward hotel the Groom being bartender an the Bride Cook. Or. And mrs. Townsend left Early this morning for Fairlight sask., where or Townsend has purchased an hotel and will take Possession immediately upon his arrival. Portage ladies must not drink. Threshers supplies we have a Puhl line and our prices will Surprise you rubber belting leather belts. Belting rubber drive c the 1nder Oil hard Oil sherds machine Oil. Cup grease it special lace leather Cut or in sides. Chi cups grease cups gauge glasses tank pumps and steam gauges. Melting ladles. Babbitt Metal Carton waste. Injectors Lubricators valves codes Gas engine Oil Etc., Etc. And Many other articles you quite which Are not mentioned above. Give us a Call and inspect cur Stock. Hose air re the Kelli hardware co. Ltd. I Iii mayor Woods of Portage has been acting As police magistrate at Portage this week. Business in the court has men brisker than for some time. One Case that came before his Worsha of he other Day was a charge of drunkenness against a woman. Said the mayor a miss Marie you Are charged with drunkenness what have you to say to the charge a a i am guilty your Honor a and with that Marie turned to the w All and hid her pretty features from the rude gaze of the spectators. A Well it will Cost you $10 Aud costs or 14 Days in this is the biggest Fine Ever imposed for drunkenness in Portage and it indicates that the mayor is determined that Portage ladies must leave liquor alone. From mondays daily game plentiful with the opening of the Duck shooting season but one week away news is brought to the City that Chicken and ducks Are plentiful in the country to the North of Brandon. Southern visitors or. And mrs. De. Woodhull of Silver City n.m., Are visiting Manitoba friends and Are at present at Hart Ney. Or. Woodhull is an old Brandon boy being connected with the Sun fed the free press Many years ago. He sold his business at Silver City and is now o a pleasure trip. He will return South in a few weeks. New freight Sheds. Work commenced today on the new . Freight Sheds w hich will be rushed to completion with All possible Speed. Or. Crosthwaite is in charge for the contractor Samuel the marriage of two of Brandon a most popular Young people took place at 3.30 saturday afternoon in St. Andrewes Church Winnipeg when miss Mabel Margaret free and or. J. Henderson Mitchell were United in Wedlock by Rev. E. Guthrie Perry. Miss Isabel Mitchell assisted the Bride the Groom being supported by or. David Marshall. Tile Bride is Well know n in musical circles in this City and has held the position of Soprano soloist in the methodist Church for As number i years. The Groom who is connected with the City treasurers staff has been one of the most prominent ath-leee9 in Amateur circles for a number of years. At the conclusion of the ceremony the Young couple left on a trip to Toronto Ottawa and other leading cities in Eastern Canada and will return in about three weeks to take up their residence at suite 18, Bell Block. T. S. Matheson we. J. Lindsay g. Matheson Matheson Unsay Crain company Winnipeg office 217 Grain Exchange phone main 6586 licensed and bended reference the merchants Bank of Canada Winnipeg and Brandon Vian. We solicit your car shipments or Grain and produce. Will buy or handle on consignment advancing Cash on shipping Bills. Brandon office managed by or. John Mcqueen in John e. Smith Block. Phone 527 night phone 676. Always ship to order of your Bank or yourself to fort William or port Arthur. Advise a Heron Lindsay Grain co. Winnipeg we watch All so consigned As to grades and weights without Cost to you if we handle or not. We Are manufacturers operating our own Mills Ami factories and Are always in position to Supply you with everything ran led in a Complete and up to Date Yard. High Grade Portland a a Lehigh Cement per barrel 8 Inch ship Lap a a outs from no. $2.25 _ $20. Of lumber co., Ltd wheat City Yards phone 923 Princess amp 10th St Drawer 1c64 of you Are thinking of doing any building done to Overlook the fact that we can sell you Cement nails builders hardware House paints and barn paints and can save you Money if you will Only come in and let figure on your wants. Us a ill the Hunter Smith hardware x a he a opposite Post office. Mcphails Barton a very pretty wedding took place on saturday evening when miss Fanny Barton became the wife of or. Thomas Mcphail. The Bride was attended by her sister miss Flossie Barton while the Groom was ably supported by his brother or. Duncan Mcphail. A reception Tae held at the conclusion of the ceremony at which a number of the intimate friends of the Young couple were present. Or. And mrs Mcphail will reside in Winnipeg. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a k a a a jewish wedding a a a from mondays daily the synagogue was the Centre of attraction yesterday afternoon the occasion being a fashionable newish wedding the contracting parties being or. Ralph Cristall youngest son Money to lend on first mortgage at lowest current rates. Clement amp Clement Brandon agents for manufacturers life Assurance company. John e. Smith Block. A a Manitoba gasoline engines Ideal farm Power Are the i . Vertical Hopper cooled no complicated parts very economical in gasoline exceptionally Strong and Well made and have lots of surplus Power. Evv engine thoroughly tested and positively guaranteed to give satisfaction. If you intend getting a gasoline threshing engine it will pay you to investigate the merits of our 20 horse Power engine oth s a a cry Inder and will develop More Power than any we manufacture the famous Manitoba Power and pumping windmills Grain Grinders steel saw frames and pumps of All kinds. We see us. Are manufactures not dealers. Call and the Manitoba Windmill amp pump co. Lid. Brandon Man. J Assiniboine ave. Cristall to x of or. And mrs. Diana miss Jennie Sinan. The synagogue which was beautifully decorated for the occasion was i la crowded w Ith friends and relatives of j ? the popular couple. The Bride who was Given away by her father or. K. Sinan of Wapella looked very becoming in a gown of White Duchess silk with Point lace wearing a bridal veil with a Wreath of Orange blossoms. The Bride was attended by miss Rosie Robinovitch and miss Sarah Cooperman while the Groom was ably supported by or. Gerry Cristall. Following the ceremony an adjournment was made to the Winter Brandon a dry i cleaners and dyers f ladies and gents garment we dry clean Dye repair and press ladies jackets skirts waists fancy dresses gloves Etc. Also gents suits overcoats Aud fancy vests. Furs we clean repair re line make Over re Model Etc., All kinds of furs. Also new shells made for fur lined Coats. Quality is our Aimin our work. All work guaranteed satisfactory. Prompt Atten ii Tion to mail orders. Brandon wardrobe co phone 505 31 8th Street. A he he a i a a a rustic was indulged in until this morning. Telegrams of congratulation coming from All Over Canada were read showing the popularity of the Bride and Groom. Among those present at the banquet were mrs. Shotsky miss Bessie fair building where a reception and Shotsky Winnipeg or. And mrs. H. Grand banquet Wras held at which t Isman or. And mrs. P. Polsky or. Over four Hundred sat Down. After and mrs. R. Lane mrs. Mceachem the banquet All present made for the j Idaho mrs. Mclean or. And mrs. B. M. Visler and y a v Aav in i v jul a it i Iii us Aai i is i i a i a Ltd ii 9 a lows a Datt cing room where the Light fan Visler or. And mrs. Esters the hardware co Ltd. Carry a Complete and up to Date line if you want endless belts leather and rubber belting brass goods lace leather machine and Cylinder oils cup grease tank pumps and tank pump repairs Etc. It will pay you to give us a Call first at the Cor. 7th St. And Rosser ave. Daughter or. And mrs. D. Crystals or. And mrs. P. Crystal or. And mrs. B. Cry stall or. And mrs. M. Crystal or. And mrs. M. Frank or and mrs. Robinovitch or. And mrs. E. Maley or. And mrs. M. Snider or. And mrs. J. To it Anderson or. And mrs. Pattenson or. And mrs. G. S. Orinovsky or. Priest or. And mrs. G. Armstrong or. A. Freedman Rev. And mrs. Cohen miss Goldie Frank miss Bessie Shotsky and mrs. By Molinofsky or. R. M. Matheson. Mrs. Diana Crystal and Many others. Rev. Cohen conducted menial ceremonies. A ii

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