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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - September 29, 1944, Winnipeg, ManitobaWinnipeg free i5c week. Winnipeg Friday september 29, 1944 puce so per copy edition with Comici inc products arc different troops Long for Good old dollars canadians contract currency headache m. J. Sago nomination in Ward three a full slate of Aldermani and school Board candidates for it Ard three in the coming civic election was selected at an open nominating convention thursday night in the hebrew sick Benefit Hall 239 Sel Kirk Avenue. They Are. For Alderman Ala. A. Penne r Corley. Member. Of the railway clerks Union local 613 and Moron Kostaniuk Busi Ness manager of the Coop fuel Yarls. For the school Board Mitch j Sago educational director of the labor progressive party and Leo Bassman. Principal of the Sholem Aleichem school. Joseph Zuken explained this was not a party convention. The . Has recognized the non party C.A. Acter of municipal elections and to desire to place emphasis on City rather than on party labels. Before proceeding with the Selec Tion of candidates the meeting constituted itself As Ward three pro Aressie election committee which is to run the candidates in the Fred donor was selected Campaign manager. Chairmen of the committees elected Are Saul Sim Kin organization committee Joe Zuken publicity committee and mrs. Anne Gilby finance com Mittee. Committee to choose wage Board members representatives of the City coun in who will sit on the Board which by j. A. M. Cook free press War correspondent with the canadians in Belgium sept. 28. By radio and this War would be a lot easier if you could for it in Nice clean Canadian dollars but with the Jana Ian troops stretched out Over half of Europe the currency prob Lem becomes an enormous head ache for Moat army paymasters As Well As everyone else involved in the vital business of making ends meet these Days. Nearly every sol Dier is toting at least three varieties of currency in his jeans and some Nave six or seven. In the beginning troops turned Money and got French francs of the invasion Type printed in America at the rate of 200 francs to the Pound available in de nominations of from one franc to a thousand francs. Pre War Bank of France notes As Well As Vichy francs were in the country some of enormous size and soon both types were mixed with invasion notes. That however was not too bad since the canadians found the French metric system like the Canadian system easy to get along with though it meant another system of figuring for paymasters. Refuse Vichy francs then came the rapid movement into Belgium and troops arrived before the currency Convoy and during the first Days this Side of the Border there was tremendous confusion among civilians who one and All refused the Vichy francs but in some cases accepted French occupation Money at varying rates of Exchange. Immediately after the liberation of Paris prices were so fantastic a fellow had no currency problem because after about 24 hours he had no Money at All. High prices in Belgium Are partly Black Market and partly Uncer Tinty Over currency values. The belgian Banks remained open Adam Borsk Union repro it was Many Days before some so native said Friday. Or. Borsk by Bizalion was effected. The vote will be taken because i had the experience of searching of the packing House companies re the Countryside for two Days to fugal to negotiate for master agree find a officer with some sur meals. 20 servicemen seeking election Twenty candidates seeking election to the1 sask acne Van legislature As the represent Ive of Saskatchewan members of tie armed forces stationed in Canada and Newfoundland outside he province have filed their nomination papers . P. S. Jews at Regina. Nominations have been received rom the following ac1. John Bender Regina . S it. Irving s. Brown. Regina. . Of. Robert Bruce Butler Aylsham . Sydn. Cdr. E. W. Camp Ell Melville major Malcolm James Dobie Paynton army sgt. Arthur Rudolph Dohlen Eairl Grey . Fit. Sgt Gerhard Epp Rosthern r. . . Donald a. Grant Regina . Lenry Austin Hun Ian . Elwell Battleford with a splendid display of Charm and personality Grace Hospital Home Side babies won hearts galore tuesday and miss Joanne was photographed above As she bade Good Bye to Frank Hannibal a director of saturday s baby tag Day. Taggers will patrol Winnipeg streets and collect Money for the maintenance of the Home. Packers strike vote to be taken i strike votes of All locals of the United packing House workers Union in Canada will be held next had it hidden in Barrack s Chimney plus. I finally found major Edgar Kent who used to work for a pack ing Plant in Winnipeg and he came through in a Pinch. Last Cigar Coupon arrangements were made with Captain Bill vicars of Regina to make two or three visits to our Camp and fix up the men who were then Down to their last Cigar Coupon. Major Zach Hamilton of Brandon and Region. Is another officer who is experiencing these headaches. Correspondents Inci dentally who Are frequently away from Canadian formations get excellent co operation from British Field Cashiers. You never see a Canadian Dollar Bill and Seldom a British Pound in the Field and the troops Are not permitted to bring British cur Rency into France. There is a Little floating around and the belgians Are so impressed with the value of this Money they arc Apt to a Premium to get it. In Winnipeg the local at Canada packers limited will vote tuesday the local at the Swift Canadian company wednesday and the local at Burns and company thursday. The danger of a strike which would paralyse the meat packing Louse Industry across Canada exists or. Borsk said but How imminent cannot be predicted until the vote is taken. Problem forecast for moving Day with moving Day approaching much too fast for Many of Winni Peg s citizens the housing situation is once More becoming difficult mayor Garnet Coulter forecasts a definite problem by the end of the month. So far p. Pickering chief Sanita Tion and health inspector in the internees keep nazis baffled by radio set with the ." overseas sept. Radio receiving set hidden in a Chimney kept British subjects interned at St. Denis near Paris informed of developments in the War. And baffled the germans As to where the prisoners got their news. The germans practically Tore the Barracks apart herding the prison ers out in their night clothes More than once while the Barracks were searched. But never did they look up the Chimney. That is the part of the Story told by George Herbert Stubbs. Formerly of Winnipeg head Warden since 1936 of the Canadian memorial at Vimy Ridge. Stubbs told How bad weather pre vented him and his family from reaching Britain when the germans invaded France in 1940. He escaped internment until oct. S. 1940. When a French landlord reported him to the germans. He was taken to St. Denis and his wife and four children were left to fend for themselves. Later mrs. Stubbs and the Chil Dren found their Way to their Home at Vimy. There were internees a St. Denis mostly British. Ther Stubbs stayed until Paris was Liber ated. Treated Baehny we were treated badly especially the canadians against whom the Jerries seemed to have said Stubbs. Once for 1 months we were allowed no visitor at All. The food was vile Beyon it took Stubbs some time to be to Vimy. There he found i family waiting. They had lived in the House since their return except for a three week period in 194 when the germans used it As a bar Racks. When the germans came t the House on this occasion two o the children hid in the mrs Stubbs and two children were take to the common jail at Arras an there held for three Days. The they were set free shelter less unt Friendly French took them in. Will Survey the wages salaries and working conditions civic employees will probably be chosen at a special meeting of the com Mittee on legislation and reception to be held at 2 . Next thursday. This was decided at the regular meeting of that committee thurs Day. At this meeting the aldermen were notified of the appointment of l St. George Stubbs and prof. J. K. L. Graham of United College As the representatives the employees. These were appointed at a joint meeting of the federation of civic employees the fire fighters club and the one big Union. Before the meeting appeared r. Robbins. Secretary of the federation of civic employees protesting the fact that recent wage increases granted common labourers applied Only to casual workers and not to those on monthly . The mat Ter was referred to the advisory committee on personnel. New locomotives arrive in Winnipeg three of the diesel electric switching locomotives in the Canadian Pacific railway s order for five such switchers to be used on its Western lines arrived in Winnipeg Friday. They Are set up for humping Box cars and will work three shifts per Day for 30 Days at a time according to e. G. Bowie superintendent of motive Power for 1he railway s Western lines. They will also release some steam locomotives now in Yard ser vice for through freight service. The two other switchers for the West will be assigned to Calgary and Are now on their Way from american locomotive company in Schenectady . The newest additions to the Cana Dian Pacific s motive Power Are 45 feet six inches Long and this Short Ness with the use of four wheeled driving trucks allows them to operate anywhere a Box car can go due to an error in police reports the address of Jack Lang convicted in City police court. Wednesday o a break of the liquor act a Given in a Story reporting the conviction As 307 Vaughan Street checking their records morality officials said Lang s address is 30 Vaughnn Street and not 307. All of these currencies make strange looking Hay in the sol Dier s Wallet and it would be much easier if they could finish this operation with Dollar Bills. Babies to entertain As tag Day feature real live enthusiastic babies from the Home Side Section of Grace Hospital will entertain the general Public on babies any sat urday from 10 . To 3 . Hollywood photo studio Cornet of Portage Avenue and Smith Street have Given their front window space Over to the babies for that Lay. To make this babies Day one f the Best in the history of the institution Only requires a few More taggers and a continuance of 3ood weather. Babies Day head quarters is located at 288 main treet and the Telephone number s 98 893. In. Murray is held n assault charge Christina Arnold 45 is in the Winnipeg general Hospital and Wil Iam Murray 62. Is held by police n a charge of assault causing bodily Kirin. As a result of what police said Vas a Row Between them in their Home at 3, 700 main Street 9.30 . Thursday. Claiming she had been struck on he head with a piece of Wood by Murray the woman was taken to Hospital by police. She had lost a considerable amount of blood and nine stitches were required her condition is fair. In City police court Friday. Mur Ray pleaded not guilty to the charge and was remanded to october 6 for rial. Murray according to police called them when he came alarmed at the blood from the woman s head. Be claimed he had found her bleed no at the foot of the stairs but when police repeated the victim s Story to him. He neither denied nor confirmed it. Manslaughter Case will open oct. 5 preliminary hearing of a charge of manslaughter against miss Vio let Yackel. 401 Andrews Street resulting from a traffic fatality july 27, will proceed in City police court. Oct. 5, by agreement be p. C. Locke Crown counsel and a. M. Campbell counsel for miss Yackel. The charge arose out of the death of Alexander Matheson. 65, of 167 Furby Street a passenger in miss Yackel s Auto who was killed when the car collided a trolley bus at Ellice Avenue and Hargrave Street. Regina . M. Hales Regina. . . Feut. Douglas Hague l4nadiaii army fit. It. Regina Cana William Harold Canadian army member of the Canadian press the Canadian press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of All news Des patches credited to it or to the associated press in this paper and also the local news listed herein. City health department has been Able to accommodate the six families facing definite eviction who have reported to him. These families about 36 persons altogether Are to be billeted in the renovated Robinson building where temporary partitions have been put up to create three two room suites and three three room suites. There Are adequate Kitchen and sanitary arrangements in the building. Or. Pickering Points out that under present Federal regulations householders must be Given six months notice to vacate and that actual eviction is Only Likely to be put into effect in october or May. This Means that once the immediate situation is solved no further trouble need be expected this Winter. By Spring reductions of War production and the removal of no. 2 air training command to Moose jaw. Will probably have cased the situation. Mayor Coulter stresses the fact that the City will make sure that no Winnipeg families Are left on the Street. Leading Stoker Harris on leave from overseas leading Stoker j. L. Harris son of or. And mrs. J. Harris 710 Mcdermut Avenue is Home on leave. He his been on Active ser x ice since december 1942. In Italy Sicily and Normandy. Harris enlisted in Early 1942. Received his training at the Esqui Mau b.c., Anc when posted overseas was attached to the British Navy. He was born at Macgregor Man received his Early education there and later capt. Percy h. Maguire Saskatoon Canadian army . Thomas Bussell Macnutt Saltcoats. Cana iian army Sydn. Cdr. Angus c. Mcclaskey. M.b.e., Saskatoon fit. It Walter Hemming Kelson. Prince Albert . . Clifford Herbert Peet Yorkton Canadian army . Wo.2 David Vogt Morse Cana Dian army Sydn. Cdr. John Allan Young. Perdue . And sgt. Benjamin. M. Mackinnon Regina . Late blight attack found in potatoes an epidemic of late blight of potatoes has appeared in Manitoba according to the Dominion Labora tory of Plant pathology Winnipeg. This is the worst attack Mani Toba Ever said or. J. E. Machacek in charge of a Survey of the situation Friday. The disease is severe in the area South and Southwest of Winnipeg where in some Fields 100 per cent of the potato tubers have rotted in the soil and where in other Fields so Many tubers rot Ted that the crop was not Worth harvesting. Late he continued was found to be less severe North of Winnipeg and at Portage la Prairie although in several Fields Over 50 per cent of the tubers were rotting. In a few areas the tubers were sound but the potato tops were severely at or. Machacek pointed out that if tubers Are dug before the Dis eased tops have completely dried they will become contaminated so that sound appearing tubers May develop rot in storage resulting in spread of the disease spores All through the bin. He advised growers to put their potatoes in dry storage for at least two weeks after digging and to examine them every three or four Days. Prepare bylaws for City voting the draft of the Money bylaw for the construction of storm sewers to prevent basement flood ing during heavy thunderstorms is at present nearing completion and will be ready for presentation at the next Council meeting r. W. Wydeman City solicitor said Fri flight lieutenant m. D. Micky Reid Winnipeg torpedo bomber Pilot who completed Many operational flights overseas greets his Mother at the . Station. Western airmen get leave to rest from Axis chasing Winnipeg airmen who helped Chase the nazis out of the Mediterranean and the japs out of the Indian Ocean were among the repatriated Western fliers who re turned from overseas on one month leave Friday arriving Over Cana Dian National lines. Winning the War is going to be a lot tougher than the average per son said Al. D. B. Dan King 24-year-old Norwood flier who completed 50 sorties As a Navi Gator bomb Aimer in Lancaster. Al. Mccready Mickey Reid 17 Lee court formerly employed for four years in the free press com posing room beamed with Delight when he saw his Mother at the station. Mickey was a torpedo bomber Pilot. He completed 34 operations and was one of the air men stationed on Malta who helped break the line of nazi ships that carried supplies to Rommel s forces in Africa. Sgt. N. R. Bailey 527 Doreen Street was a ground Crew Man in the Canadian Squadron based on Ceylon which sighted the Jap Fleet in time to frustrate their raid on Colombo in june. 1942. Going Over seas with the 112th City of Winni Peg Squadron he later transferred to other units. So. Eldred Erickson. Who worked As a Grain buyer at Rackham Man., before the War. Had served As radar officer in the . Group responsible for anti a boat warfare in the Bav of Biscay area. He was in route to Saskatoon to meet his parents and is then going on to join his wife in Vancouver. Another former Manitoban Percy Vogt employed in the radio business at Winnipeg Dauphin and Brandon had also been a technician concerned with the new detection device. His Mother mrs. K. Vogt now living in Vancouver but visit ing in Emerson met him Here. Carrot myth it s a myth that carrots Are Good for night vision according to flt. It. Don Creed a Saskatchewan flier formerly employed As a min ing Engineer at flin fion who has served As navigator in a Mosquito night fighter for 22 months. Other Manitoba who recently returned to Canada from overseas some of whom arrived in Winnipeg Friday include of. W. Barry Russell . J. A. Dear love 959 valour Road sgt. F. A. Dauphin Lac. I. Fain tuck 424 Stella Avenue to. T. Foster Alexander Avenue sgt. W. Houston 220 Yale Avenue of. R. R. Lawrence 59 Lipton. Street of. R. H. Little 380 Eugenie Street to. P. E. Ziwiski. Gilbert Plains Al. J. H. Mcphadden Oak River sgt. R. G. Pearson 281 Perth Avenue Lac. G. H. Richardson 1.160 Dorchester Street to. J. T. Rutherford. 412 Rosedale Avenue of. W. G. Schark 276 Scotia Street Lac. J. Smerechansky 324 Stanley Street to. Webb Spence. Green Ridge and of. H. Wood 18 Sher Wood place. Wing commander l. A. Costello roman Catholic chaplain for no. 2 command welcomed the group at the . Station. Russian prisoners starving repatriated Canadian says russian soldiers in German is dark haired wife Day. This if endorsed. Attended Kelvin High school. Prior to enlistment he was employ dec with the Mcdonald aircraft. Professional engineers hear g. the first joint general meeting of the Manitoba association of professional engineers and the Winnipeg Branch of the Engineer no Institute was held thursday night in the atre of University of illuminating Engineer of Canadian general elec tric gave an address on the magic of the spectrum. Practical demonstrations of Many aspects of illumination were shown. Or. Pritchard predicted that after the War fluorescent lighting would come into general use for Lorne lighting. Wide smiles on the faces of repatriated soldiers who arrived in Winnipeg Friday morning told How glad they were to be Home. In the top picture at left pet. D. Ukraniec who used to live in the Lac Dubonnet District and is on his Way to Alberta is seen showing n banana to his Friend on crutches . Alex Mahood. Serious about Gatting his picture taken is pet. R. O. Burns. Lieut y. C. Moore b.c., i oks on. I mayor Garnet Coulter shakes hands with pet. W. D. 503 Young Street in the lower picture. At the left of Nice is his wife. A Manitoba. G. R. Pritchard according to the evidence at the inquest. Miss Yackel was driving South on Hargrave Street and failed to observe the bus which was travelling East on Ellice Avenue. Kinsmen adopt slogan at thursday s meeting help Kinsmen help kiddies was the slogan adopted at thurs Day night s advertising committee meeting in the Marlborough hotel plans were further formulated for the big Kin carnival to be held in the auditorium nov. 15. 16, 17, 18 there will be two daily stage shows free with door prizes new games and lots of dancing. Proceeds will go towards youll Community work said c. Avery advertising manager. Ceiling prices set for Mclntosh apples i ceiling prices for British Colum Bia red Mclntosh apples on the Winnipeg retail Market were announced today by r. J. E. Hughes regional foods officer of the War time prices and Trade Board. The maximum Price for fancy Grade wrapped Box is when sold by the Pound the ceiling i bloc. Prices for Cee Grade unwrap Ped Are a Box and seven cent per Pound. Prices in Winnipeg generally a below the ceiling. Walter Holliday to retire on pension saturday Walter Holliday. Icing and clean ing gang fort Rouge shops ., since 1618, will retire on pension saturday. Or. Holliday is a Veteran of the South african Campaign and of world War i. He was the guest of Honor Ai gathering of fellow employees will provide for the construction of Relief sewers in eight flood areas. Recently mayor Garnet Coulter had suggested a progressive plan where work would be commenced in three or four areas the expenditure in this Case being be tween and also in a state of preparation is a second Money bylaw for the erection of two swimming pools to Cost in the neighbourhood of each. This draft too will be ready for the next Council meet . A third Money bylaw for the erection of a new incinerator or a group of miniature incinerators May also be dashed through in Tirrie for Council after j. A. Bur Nett operating Engineer of the Tor onto Street cleaning department has completed a Survey of. Garbage disposal in Winnipeg. Or. Burnett will arrive thursday. Bus Calls attention to first Aid plan to bring before the Public one of the newest undertaking of the St John ambulance brigade a novel idea has been instituted in port Arthur. A bus donated by a local citizen the painting and redecorating paid for by another of the brigade s sup porters and the furnishings cup boards table curtains and lights installed by brigade members will be stationed on the main Street Corners of the town. This will be a remainder that the St. John ambulance brigade is available at All time for the blood grouping of individuals groups or company staffs. The persons names and groupings Are listed with the brigade Headquarters and with their employers. In Case of an emergency and the need of a blood transfusion the difficulty of finding a blood donor of the required grouping is at once solved. Prisoner of War Camps Are dying off from malnutrition Lieut. V. A Moore Victoria b.c., who arrived in Winnipeg. Friday morning Over Canadian Pacific lines with a group of Canadian on the grip Holm. Stated to the free press. If it weren t for the weekly red Cross food parcels things might be very grim for the canadians too. It s the russian soldiers who Are starving Lieut. Moore said. Members of the train reception committee. Greater Winnipeg War coordinating Board met the train carrying the repatriates to their Homes. The Only Winnipeg Soldier in the party pet. W. D. Nice. Queen s own Cameron highlanders received a first class Welcome from Friday when he was presented this service has been available with a purse. W. G. Cunningham terminal superintendent presided and made the presentation. Or. And trs. Holliday will visit in Eastern Anada and return to Winnipeg of reside. In Winnipeg since mid july and several Large business companies now have a record of their staff s blood grouping. The latest group to have this service is the . Personnel. Following practice runs participants of saturday s Hunter trials lined up for the free press cameraman. The trials the 10th annual event sponsored by the horseman s club of Winnipeg will be held Al the club s grounds University Boulevard. Tuxedo and the contestants Are at left from left to right miss Arma Sifton mils Caroline Sifton and miss Donna Armstrong. At right from left to right Percy Williams olympic Champion 100 and 200 metres Harold Smith vice president of the horseman s club and chairman of the Hunters trials mrs. Lillyon Hedman Douglas Walker presi Dent of the horseman s club and John Sifton. .j._. Hilton discusses Argentine status there is Hope for something bet Ter in the Argentine despite the problems it is now facing according to professor Ronald Hilton associate professor department of romanic languages. Stanford University Calir . Who is in Winnipeg to address a meeting of the Canadian Institute of International affairs. Argentina is one of the few Spanish countries that has a real basis for democracy or. Hilton said at the fort Garry hotel Friday morning. He wih leave for the West sunday. Of All the South american coun tries Argentina is most like Canada and the United states and is the intellectual of the Spanish speaking world he went on. Of course the Argentine trouble is not isolated. The tragedy is that the one country which has been the greatest latin american democracy should apparently be trying to turn its on its professor Hilton recently made a tour of latin America visiting Al of the 20 republics and his travels took him far into the backhands of the South american continent. Two repatriates pass through City Friday two westerners who had been held in enemy territory and returned to this continent aboard the swedish Exchange liner grip Holm John Gordon Mcmaster. Portage la Prairie and Rev. Edmond C.A. Bers Regina passed through Winni leg Over Cana Dian National lines Friday returning to their Homes or. Mcmaster. A Veteran of the last War had been engaged in work in the mines in Belgium at the Timi of the outbreak of the present conflict. He has spent nearly five year in German prisoner of War Camps first in Germany later in Poland and France. Or. Mcmaster sr., left. Friday afternoon for Portage la Prairie accompanied by his daughter. Mrs Jean Swanson. 739 Wolseley Avenue Travalo revue Given at fort Garry the Travalo revue under Thi direction of mrs. T. Komar entertained army personnel at the for Garry tuesday. Jack Gor ooh was master of ceremonies Anc accompanists for the evening wer mrs. J. Jackson and miss Marion Hoerner. The programme features the off beat orchestra. The Rev was repeated thursday evening a the casualty retraining port age la Prairie. Ottawa considers order on aging of cheese sept. 29. Government health authorities a considering an order under which no Canadian cheese would be sol until it was at least 90 Days old it was Learned yesterday. This Gap Between manufacture arid Sale would Hai mfg bacteria which might be found in milk used in cheese making would not be a threat t health. S at 503 Young Street. Pet Nice Vas wounded in the raid on Dieppe. In the excitement of get ing Home and Friendly smiling eople milling about him. He did t eel much like talking about the Jast. Briefly what happened was hat his unit penetrated deeply nto France and on the return to he Beach he was wounded while fading to a boat. He Wasj picked up by the germans. The English doctors Are won he said. Worked in door factory after i got better they made me Ork in a door he went on. Speaking of the food he said thank god for the red Cross food he was met by his wife his nother in Law mrs. Henry Orton and two Brothers in Law Alex and 3te. Norman. His Mother mrs. S. Lindsay resides in Neepawa. I be got some messages from the boys in Camp which. I la deliver he said. Others in the group were Royal Edmonton regiment pet. D. Okran dec . Alex. Mahood pet. R. O. Burns and pet. W. J. Granger. Pet. Granger was too ill to leave he train and members of the train reception committee visited him in Lis compartment. He was wounded n Italy last december. Looking backward from the free Tress files sixty years 23. 1884 it was advertised in the free 3ress that somebody had dropped a it of false Teeth in Brunswick Lotel the Advt. Urged that since Jie Teeth would not fit the proprietor or any of the hotel staff he owner Call for them As quickly As possible. Fifty five years 29, 1889 Achibald and he Nell Heber Archibald and h. M. Law yers and real estate dealers sold he Northwest Corner of main and Graham to John Dyke for Cash. Fifty years 29, 1894 the Sale of the Mcnee Block on main Street for was made by or. Rowbotham to a. M. Fraser of London England. Osborne Street Bridge old Bridge was Given daily needed repairs at a Cost of forty five years 29, 1899 it was announced that the new Baptist College at Brandon would be opened c. Home provincial Secretary of the . C.a., left for Portage la Prairie to instal w. Gordon of that place into he office of Secretary there. Forty years 29, 1904 an immense gathering greeted Premier sir Wilfrid Laurier As he fired the first gun of the Dominion election Campaign in the old town of Sorel Quebec Premier Laurier _ spoke of Canada s policy of Trade Amity and conciliation and what it had accomplished in eight years. Thirty five years sept. 29, 1909 will Crooks noted member the British House of commons was a visitor to r. Clarke was building a railway northward from Edmonton which would Ope Canada s great hinterland. Thirty years 29, 1914 among new books in Winnipeg bookstores was eyes of the world by Harold Bell first crack regiment the in Icess Patricia Light infantry was ing a name for itself. Twenty five years sept 29, 1919 Gipsy Smith world famous evangelist commenced a two series of evangelistic services in the Winnipeg Board of Trade build ing Federal building site at the Corner of main and water streets. Twenty years 29, 1924 Bobby Jones captured the United states Amateur Golf every Inch a Champion Bobby shot with unerring precision his usual machine like Golf on the Marion Cricket club s course at Ardmore pa., decisively defeating you. Elm
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