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Manitoba Morning Free Press (Newspaper) - March 14, 1901, Winnipeg, ManitobaManitoba morning free press Winnipeg thursday March 14. 1901. Delicate skin t i always feels the effect of this raw rough weather a it dries shrivel cracks and bleeds looks bad and feels worse. Cream of olives will take out the smart at once because its so Healing and soothing. 25c and 50c. Pul Fords drug store 560 main Street City. City and general the local claims agent Strath of c. A. Left for the East yesterday. A Survey party it of 12 under or. We. Mann left yesterday for Elkhorn. Three inches of Snow fell yesterday along the Brandon Section of the c. R. The Canadian Lumberman publishes a half tone portrait and sketch of mayor Arbuthnot. The last meeting of the pedagogic club for the season will be held this afternoon at 4.90 in the Victoria school pets r. R. Cad Baan Arad w. Chalmers of the n. W. M. P., Bogina passed through the City yesterday for Ottawa where they will join the South african constabulary. Rev. Or. A. Macdonald of Toronto. Editor of the Westminster will deliver the afternoon address to men next sunday in the Young menus Christian association his subject being Quot counting the or. C. Thomson. Dominion immigration agent at Virden fell through a trap door in his House on Friday last and narrowly escaped serious injuries. His right shoulder was dislocated and As a result he Wal be incapacitated for some weeks. At the police court yesterday afternoon Louis and Oliver huot were each fined $60 and the costs of the court for Selling liquor without a License. A third Case against Oliver Bucht was withdrawn As it was found there were no grounds for the accusation. _ the annual Convent Ion of the French Liberal associations of the province will be held this evening at 8 o clock in the rooms of the Winnipeg Young menus Liberal club. Matters of importance will be brought before the meeting besides the election of officers for the ensuing year. Lose the Opportunity to the cause of kindness. Be Active in the labor party Bolds it regular meeting to night in trades Hall Corner main and Market streets. The meeting is open to the Public. Ell chamber of the City Ball at 2 o clock this afternoon and at 8 of clock this evening and All who Are interested in gardening or fruit or Flower growing Are invited to be present. The meeting of Corner lot owners called for last night in Albert Hall was not Well attended and it was decided to meet at a future Date at the Call of the chairman. Or. H. Simpson of Carman is a guest at the Leland. Or. Simpson has been delegated to present to the local government a petition from his fellow townsmen asking for the establishment of a land titles office in their midst. Oolllnf�?johnst�n4 a pretty wedding took place in the it is the intention of the c. R to construct a Garden at Virden similar to the one at Moose jaw and other Western Points. No pains or expense will be spared in making it attractive. The town will contribute half the salary of a Gardener. Or. H. A. Young of Sarnia. Ont., Purser of the steamship United Empire is a guest at the Leland. Or. Young is a brother of or. R. B. Young of the Imeraj Bank who is at present in Dawson City and is on his first visit to the City. He states three steamers will be on the Beatty line run this summer a the United Empire Monarch and City of Colling Wood. Among the improvements added to Sarnia since the new Century opened is an up to Date electric car line. Conway Block. Main Street. Last evening when my a May j. Johnston was United in marriage to or. T. H. Collins by the Rev. Solomon Cleaver pastor of Grace Church. The Bride was tastefully dressed in an appropriate costume and carried a bouquet of Cream roses. The bridesmaid mite Flora James was Ateo become ugly at j tired in a is Hepherd s plaid skirt with a Pale Blue Waist and also carried a Beautiful bouquet of roses. The Bride i Groom was assisted by or. H Irry Price. The wedding party consisting j a it of about 15 couples partook of a very pleasant wedding supper after which the evening was spent is dancing the j gathering dispersing at an Early hour with Best wishes for the future happiness of the Young couple. A tin a perfect Briar pipe you Hare heard smokers say s cheap every Day pipe is just As Good us the Best Briar. Thai is a mistake for if you Ever try one of our Best b. B. B. Pipes you wont waste any Good Money 00 so called Briars. We guarantee b. B. B. Own make pipe not to crack or num. New egyptian cigarettes just arrived lamp a per pact age. A i. Khz inor Mcintyre Block. Frilled Muslin curtains very pretty Only .50 $ 3.25 Book interviewed in Vancouver on the 7 the inst., or. Robert Jaffray a director of the crowds nest pass railway company said that or. Him president of the great Northern railway company now owned about 30 per cent of the total Stock of the company. The talk of or him owning a. Controlling interest he said a absurd. Or. Hill Roop la cd a Well As anyone even if he Hud an abstract desire to own such a valuable property that it would not be commercially advantageous for him to conduct a Canadian Enterprise. For the matter of that it would be impossible for americans or any outsiders to buy up sufficient of the shares of the company to have anything like a controlling interest. The manufacture1 of o u r boots for men has reached u e h perfection that no t one need have j the least hit of i difficulty in be a eng suited per i Fec Tiv. The census taking the historical society have an important meeting in the Council chamber on Friday evening at 8 of clock a when Captain Jonassen will read an. Interesting paper on the a Early icelandic settlements in As the meeting is open to the Public a Large attendance is expected. A. Short business meeting of the society will be held immediately after. Or. G. A. Griffith proprietor of the Keeley Institute of Toronto and. Winnipeg is now in the City. He states that the lease1 of the present premise a the oily does not expire until next fall and that he has no word that the property has changed hands. If it is impossible to re lease or. Griffith crates he will secure another suitable building without delay. Chief commissioner Johnston instructing the constituency commissioners. Per pair Gibson a carpet store i.�7 1 s74 Mol St Call and examine our Spring hats style Are made on thebe Goodyear Welt sole double thick and single. Trunks and Valise going at a slight Advance on Cost. A. 0. Morgan Telephone 143�. Mcintyre Block. Are strictly the styles up to Date. Oar Newman amp Bennett is the Best hat in the Market at the Price. H Easley a cons 4m main Street Opp. Port office. To Fito Heffs Quot studio b the leading place for up to Date photographs. Finishing done Ter amateurs. We give trading bumps phone 8� tit Rupert Street. Or. Caldwell nurseryman of Virden is in the City to attend the meeting of the horticultural society today. He will read a paper on tree culture. He considers the proposal of the Dominion government to distribute Young Shade Trees wholesale Quot one 1 most beneficial to this country although it will practically Render his personal business a remunerative. Opt. Robertson the Well known master of the Steamer Monarch of the Northwest transportation company s service has resigned his position with that company and will hereafter make Samfira his Home permanently. He has started into the fish business at that place and will give his business his exclusive attention. Capt. Robertson was one of the most popular Steamboat men on the lakes. Or. R. Dutton freight agent of or. Thoa. H. Johnson chief census commissioner for Manitoba was Busy yesterday in the Young menus Liberal club rooms let Kie Block giving instructions to the assistant commissioners who have been appointed for the taking of the fourth census of Canada. The commissioners now Here Are messes. Albert Monkman for Winnipeg Michael Scott and d. M. Gavels Provencher Jas. Sturton Lisgar h. C. Stovel and a. R. Leonard Selkirk with assistant commissioners j. H. Daigneault j. H. Gunn. Alex. Deloro unde and William Good Ridge for this division. Or. Johnson goes to Day to Portage la Prairie where he will instruct the commissioners for Macdonald and Marquette. Each electoral division has As Many enumerators As there Are polling subdivisions in Winnipeg there Mill be 06 enumerators 119 in Brandon. ,>2 in Provencher 71 in Selkirk 87 in Lisgar and corresponding numbers for Macdonald and Marquette. The appointment of these enumerators or. Johnson states will be made in Ottawa. And it is entirely out of his hands. They will be paid for a Day of eight hours and for any overtime thus if they work 12 hours they will is told in our indies. Honeyed words cannot express to Beer sweetness they must be tasted to be enjoyed. Our candies Appeal to the palate As Well As the Eye they Are Pur a fresh Rich and offer the epicure real Delight w. Boyd 370 and 579 main St. Ttoe n. P., fas returned from a trip to be paid for a Day and a half 9 work. England. He was present at the All information Given to these Zenum funeral ceremonies of the late Queen which he says were beyond description. In London or. Dutton called on a Well known sex Winnipeg Ger or. A a Ham Mcm Token european agent of the great Northern and found himself and. Family enjoying excellent health. They wished to be remembered to ail. Winnipeg friends. The St. Johns College literary so actors will be absolutely confidential and Mill be imparted to no one except to the head office at Ottawa All questions contained in the instructions of the enumerators must be answered. Correctly any refusal making the refused subject to the penalty which the Law provides. Or. Johnson states that work will commence on april 1, though it is expected that the outlying districts maypole dyes. For dyeing Wol. Cotton silk Etc. All the tints of the Rainbow can he Wade and some that Neer saw a rambow. Our Stock of colors i Complete. Cor. Portage ave. A main. Mitchell Dru fist eggs dropping to Days Price per dozen. 20c. The liens drop the eggs and be will drop the prices. Strictly new Laid eggs can now be had at the above figures. Some a egg according to age Down a Low As 15, per dozen. New Laid it Gas per dozen. Him currants 1 Gal. Tins each pie fruit 1 Gal. Tin etch apples de Sti 1 Gal. Tins Essieh Maple syrup. A tins Best asparagus. In or tin Large. Beets 3 la. Tins. 2 for. Our big monthly a ale of Tea starts tomorrow. Soroe with the throng and treat yourself. Its always soothing saving and satisfactory to buy our teas. A. Hendry. Attractive jewelry or. G. C. Mathison dentist toval College of dental Burgee Ontario University of Toronto and Pennsylvania College of dental surgery Philadelphia. Dental room a Canada permanent Block 341 Street 1% />.v/p�g. Telephone 55j. City Mill hold their last meeting fori in the Selkirk and Keewatin divisions the season in the College dining room will not be reached for some time on Friday evening at 8 of clock. The later. With the exception of the graduating students will deliver fare outstanding districts it is expected Well speeches and the Rev. Canon that the work will be completed in Matheson will give the usual Valedge j three weeks time. Topy address. A Good programme has a. New departure appears in the to Quot if its new we have books ss2rtto a Agatha Webb a Anna k. Green. Tess a. Thomas Hardy. A vanity fair win. M. Thackeray. A in the name of a woman a a. W. Mar. H Nott also been arranged for. Very Rev. Dean of Meara will occupy the1 chair and All friends of the College Are invited to attend. St auctions to enumerators under the heading of the instructions Reading Quot nationality is a term of More or less conventional paean ing. But a it applies by right of owing to the difficulty of getting the established usage to the citizens of Lee during the time the Shamrock Canada the expression., new nation he key club have been in the City j laity a was in this sense introduced in there has not in sufficient time for j the speech with which the governor-�?T�?�1 1 ��.1 ? maypole dance j general opened the first Canadian a sufi Jelp Quot Quot Quot 11 is prot re Obed to can masquerade at the auditorium j Adian As descriptive of every person whose Home is in the country and rink. The management have therefore decided to hold the first masquerade of wednesday of next week instead of monday to As to give a Little More time to perfect the arrange melts. The Winnipeg camera club entertainment which takes place next. Wednesday in Friendship Hall Mcintyre Block promises to Excel anything the club have yet done in this line judging from the excellent work its members have been doing in the past year. Certainly this worthy institution has done much for the advancement of photography in Winnipeg raising it from a worthies rut of snap shooting to its present artistic Standard. The entertainment will consist of Lime Light views All the work of members and a musical programme in which or. Jas. Tees name stands As a guarantee of excellence. A visitor from new York City who Speaks in complimentary terms of the attractions of Winnipeg and the climate called the attention of the free press to a feature of City life witnessed Here which detracts somewhat from the enjoyment of outdoor pleasures. Reference is made to the habit boys have of compelling undersized dogs to haul them around the streets on sleds at a furious Pace the frantic efforts of the canine to go faster being encouraged by several blows directed by the Driver at the animals Back. Some of the boys Are big hulking Fellows who should display More manliness d nobility in their natures. The to y having for its object the Preven a of cruelty to animals should not carnations we have of hand now a very select Stock of those Choice Flowers in different colors. Largo blooms Long stems fit to Grace any table or sick room and fashionable for evening Wear. Call in and see them. Fort Rouge greenhouses store 37a Mata St. On King Roslyn Road of Elen hones 182 and 11701 who has acquired rights of citizens shop in so that any one. From no matter where who has lived Long enough in Canada to have become a naturalized citizen is to be classed As a under the column of a racial origin provision is made for person a Birthplace. There is also a column for the persons Mother Tongue to be mentioned. The year is to be figured for mortality buildings and so on from March .31, 1900, to March 31, 1901 fisheries and Mineral statistics for the year will be calculated for 1900. Thuy a. Mclntosh. The Library and Clarendon Cigar store Winnipeg grown Cut Flowers Rose front $1.00 to $1.50 per do. Carnation 40c, hoc and. 80c per Dor. Daffodils Tulip. Hyacinths. Lily of the Valier Etc., 5, c per Dor. Violets and forget Rae not Doc per do. Paris a m Ioc per do. Lilies 15c, Joc and j5c. Each. Tel 176. H. A , Royal greenhouses Winnipeg. Horticulture society. Southern authorities on Flowers and Trees will he present at the Manitoba society a annual meeting. In connection with the annual meeting of the Western horticultural society which is to be held in the City Hall this afternoon and evening. Prof. Baird the president has received a letter from of. A. W. Latham to the effect that or. Jesse b. Rogers of Newark n. J., will arrive in the City to Day and will be ready to take part in the discussion. Or. Rogers is a prominent member of the new Jersey horticultural association and is a widely known tort a cd hurts. He has been visiting in the City of min Nea Pohs and. Hearing of this meeting of the Manitoba society he decided to come to Winnipeg for the purpose of attending. The other visitors from the South expected at the meeting Are or. 8. R. Greeh of the agricultural experimental station at St Anthony Park Minn and or. T. A. Habers Tad of the agricultural experimental station at Crookston Minn. Beside these a considerable number of gentlemen interested in horticulture in Manitoba and the Northwest territories will read papers and share in the discussion. The Moe Tinsa Are to by office supplies we make a specially of there goods and ran Supply anything from a pen to a ill-1 ing Cabinet and our prices Are right. Winnipeg stationery amp Book co. Coal dry Wood a e. Adams 369 main St jewelry is attractive both As a n ornament and As an investment. Wed like to show you what we have to offer and you will appreciate to o w reasonable our prices Are. A. Q. Carter 233 Portage ave. Jeweler. Best for open grates and cooking Gal Coal hot clean Bright fires rate at Al railway Poi special not a. F. Banfiel a carpet Sto has been removed from 494 to 492 Maii one door Wroth two plated improvement an Najj a a. Re a Wable to a Bow a writ in i Quot known Large Stock a Carload of Brussels carpels and our new lace Curt also other lines of Good. All our new goods will be within 10 Days. Solicit log your Pat Row a go m Taft a. F. Banfield thursday Friday and saturday Only. The Geo. H. Rodgers co. Will re 11 the following lines of goods at these deep Cut. Figs we just procured and put 3� Stock $1,467 Worth of High class clothing. The Gret majority of the suits Are Eph a to any tailor made. $22 suits for $14 $20 suits fer81 $14.00 suits forum $10.50 suits for $4.50 $$.00 suits for $5.00 a. M. Nanton District aft Yalta Dominion Bank building manufactured by Burrow Stewart amp Milne Hamilton. Ont. Write for discounts. Jas. Burr Lilje Foulds Block new goods. New styles Spring Stock opening up. S. R. Hunter amp co. Lat of Toronto importing tailors cd Clarendon hotel Block dear Madam we know Yon Are interested goods. Wednesday and thursday 74b. Pail Raspberry and Strawberry Jam Upton s. Blackt amp Ood s or cottage for. So much for our Sterling blend Tea at 25c Pound we wish to Tell you about such vital importance to every household. Wise buyers have Large Bank accounts. Menus pants. $5.50 pants forsj.75 $4 Paats Sim so pants for $2. 51.50 pants Farsi some fancy vests at half Prim All our Grey and Blue Denim overalls and pants for 7sg a pan during this Clearing Sale a 300 pairs to pick from., remember these prices Are far the r Immier of the week Only. We expect this big Gigantic Cut will Clear the Jot during these three Days. All Cruz new hats Are Here and the purchaser of any new hat win receive any hat Carrm Over from last reared free come Quick and get Flat Choice. The Geo. H. Rogers co. 57$ main St cheap de. A doors from Aleia Ader St. John Dyke to bicyclists 454-40 w Ara Telephone 70. Clea a and polish your wheel with Gillson a furniture paste 5�id everywhere try it be Leadale agents Merrick a Anderson Ever ready Flexon a co., chemists and druggists Tel no. 454 Al. Thomson do co. 529 Iii Street Telephone 151 White a Hirts $1.00 to Day. Geo. Clements it co. Van tailoring a a menus a of diag am. Solved at last. Baldness la caused by a microbe that tax Inu Atea itself in the sebaceous gland and the infection of the gland produces the so called Dandruff which la a forerunner of baldness. The Aufferey need not tolerate such conditions longer for i Hare discovered a positive Core not a theory but an absolute fact. Edward Kelly m. A. Boom 304, Mcintyre Block. Consultation fires. Eureka Mineral Wool pipe and boiler covering. H. By Debs May Eab to a ,7 the Best american hard Coal for Sale j. D. Clark amp co. Office Cor. Meta end Portage Ara the funeral procession of Queen Victoria a a a a a a limited number of the special a a sue of the illustrated London news containing 24 Large plates of the funeral procession is just to hand. Owing to the great demand for there in engl and we have Only been Able to get about one Ali in of our order filled. The Price is one Dollar. Flens new shoes Price for car lots quoted local dealer is nil railway Point. We i Salmon w. Quest gut a gain we offer you a few of our every Day prices read them potatoes per Bushel Only 55c turnips per bushel30e hark rant. .8 be for 23c prune6 Ftp a for 23c c. Figs per pound5c tomatoes Corn and pens per tin .,10c Nice oranges per dozen23c strictly fresh eggs per doses 20c Maple syrup quart tins .33c Maple syrup % gallon �ons�5c Fine Golden syrup in bulk per gal50c Bowlby a 2 la Green gages per tin 15c Bowlby s 2 it Lombard plums per tin. 15c raspberries Good Brand per tin 13c strawberries 2 one for. 35c Wood Wood prices will be higher in a few Days. By now at old prices. C. H. Black Mcintyre Block. Bookseller stationer. Tamarac dry Cut and seasoned. The Best Wood at the lowest Price. Wholesale and retail orders promptly i d. E. Sprague Higgins ave. Telephone 691 of All fresh heats finest of Rte for business kinds. Tours St lowest a. Gibson a is i . Clark amp son tailors new Spring and summer samples to hand. Shirts to order. W Winnipeg Branch. Bank of Ottawa bldg. He Public a or 41 masculine Portka a cast a Sill Tafi admit that its Forf study have qtt��o4e a the aunt so a makers to be auth a As to what in Ltd Correct in shoes and he Nho the lines of car a pfc styles when sell Ltd of shoes not Only in a a Assurance of corf value but so footwear is �0c�7 will be in the fronts of fashion. The leather. Cafe and Quot to a which arc Tana for a slats Sim have already demonstrated the qualities also French. Urn French enamel Heyl a russian hey is French calf. We have already rec woj Large shipments of these shoe�1 Lor this Spring these Are handsome prices per pair $4.00 and $55� Ray ssh Mats and j. W. Taylor paper Rater Book Binder m map Cosmot in Puuri to Kavo sure Kasid. Tvs a Drift i and Capa of j. H. Rodgert of of sold at a great leading fashionable a to Dunlap a. Kristy a Woodrows furs at Curt. Manitoba so fur a. U in Ucb in Otu Lott a Fil left Nief cart the if Edl. Be Yrd i

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