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Winnipeg Tribune (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Winnipeg, ManitobaThe Winnipeg evening Tribune monday december 12, 1932 11many encouraging factors noted in Canadian business situation Best Outlook in two years states review most of weeks news constructive employment gaining says dunes most of the Canadian business news received during the past week has been of a constructive Tenor with a better movement of Winter lines due to the extremely cold weather to Many sections has set in a Little earlier than usual says Dun s review Christmas shopping thus far has been confined to novelties and toys although sales of Utility items suitable for purposes Are fast assuming fair sized proportions. The retail distribution of Winter garments heavy fabrics and Kindred items has been maintained with a slightly higher level reported for sales in the fur Trade. Improved demand there also has been an improvement in the demand for overshoes and seasonal automotive and hardware lines including electrical accessories and household appliances. A steady consumptive demand a continues for Staple groceries. Bean prices Are at a minimum and other prices Are unchanged apart from a reduction of 20 cents a Hundred pounds in sugar quotations. Prices for cattle and hogs again showed a firmer tendency this week. The Small returns being received by Farmers for their products is in some quarters considered response for the lowest inventories held by country storekeepers in several decades cheese exports up cheese exports for the season closed during the week made a grand total of 934,501 boxes compared with 849,513 boxes during the shipping season of 1931. In general there is More in the current situation to provide encouragement than has been the Case at any time in the last two years. Employment is increasing steadily and there Are fewer persons receiving Relief than three months ago. Some of the shoe manufacturers hoovers Praise Traise for the Canadian i and British banking systems was an interesting feature of president Hoover s annual message to Congress. Quot in great Britain a said the president quot where the economic mechanism has suffered far greater shocks than our own there has not been a single Bank failure during the depression. Again in Canada where the situation has been in Large degree identical with our own there have not been substantial Bank or. Hoover might have applied the same phrasing to Canada As to great Britain As there has not been one failure of a chartered Bank during the depression. In praising the Canadian and British systems or. Hoover criticized that of the United states. The banking and financial system he declared was presumed to serve in furnishing the essential lubricant to the wheels of Industry agriculture and Commerce that is credit. Quot As a system our banking has failed to meet this great emergency. It can be said without question of doubt that our losses and distress have been greatly augmented by its wholly inadequate he urged quot widespread banking reforms quot As a National necessity. Best showing since March in Ore receipts at Trail n november Trail smelter re-1 the increase in receipts from suits of consolidated mining and smelting company made a very Strong showing total of Ore receipts coming within 398 tons or 1.8 percent of equalling the showing of a year ago. This is the Best figure reported for any month since last Maich and is the second Best for the current year. For november Ore receipts totalled 22,877 tons compared with 22,-479 a year ago receipts from the company s own mines being 20.153 tons against 21.555, and from other mines 2,724 tons against Only 924 tons. Other mines has been a feature of the current year and indicates the improved position of the company in connection with customs work. For the first 11 months of 1932 receipts have been 310,688 against 395,542 a year ago a decrease of 85.650 tons or 21.7 percent. This ratio of decrease has been improving steadily during the past two months. From the company s mines haae come 290,819 tons of Ore against 388,745 and from other mines 19.869 it a a brought tons against 6,797, virtually a three fold improvement in this depart ment. Express thanks to boys and girls new industries Here number 69 since january 1 although Gross manufacturing has declined approximately 15 percent from last year there has been a noticeable increase in the number of new lines added by established manufacturers says a Survey by r. G. Dun amp co. The Industrial development Creamery butter holdings Are Down 5,000,000pounds Ottawa dec. 12.�?a decrease of More than 5,000,000 pounds was shown in Creamery butter holdings As at dec. 1, compared with the corresponding Date of last year Saj a a report issued by the Dominion Bureau of statistics. Eggs pork beef Lamb poultry and fish also showed decreased quantities in storage cheese being the Only commodity to show an increase. On the first of the month Creamery butter in storage totalled 26,252,552 pounds compared to 31,-385.246 pounds on dec. 1. 1931. Dairy butter holdings were 101,642 pounds As against 287.692 Bounds last year. Cold storage de Ere Sec from 5,658,380 dozen to 4.068,772, fresh declined from 297.-373 dozen to 262,159. And Frozen dropped from 4,553 995 pounds on dec. 1, 1931, to 3.987,749 pounds on dec. 1 of this year. Stocks of other commodities with last years holdings in brackets follow cheese 13,150,792 pounds 12.-640.692� pork 22.911.553 pounds 26.021.517 beef 9.232,667 pounds 9,706,507 Lamb 5,218 489 pounds 8.218,474 poultry. 3,473,647 pounds 6.929.255 fish fresh Frozen 19,-450,850 19,503,501. On dec. 1, says the report there were 110,257 barrels and 673.498 boxes of apples to storage against 64.439 barrel.-, and 522,249 boxes on the corresponding Date of last year. To the editor of the troupe. would like to address the following message to the boys and girls of Winnipeg through your columns quot we Are sure that you enjoyed the movie at the . Winnipeg and the Park theatre last saturday november 26. We Hope that you enjoyed it to the same extent that l brought. The articles that you gave us j Are More than appropriate for i farm use. And coming at this time of year we feel sure that they will a make a lot of Little hearts Happy j and will enable Santa Claus to arrive on time away out in the coun i try. A allow our association to thank you on behalf of the Many Little boys and girls who will receive your Back to the land assistance association Jack Reid chairman entertainment committee Winnipeg dec. 3 i leather footwear Sharp declines production gains in Sqq prices open letter on widows allowance Hon. John Bracken Premier of Manitoba dear or. Bracken a number of widows on widows allowance with their children 60 of them recently interviewed you at the parliament building asking you to restore their usual Winter clothing allowance. In former should be willing to sacrifice some of the Leisure heretofore enjoyed in the performance of their duties work a Little harder in the interest of Economy and strive to help the now overburdened 100 percent pension men and positions to the editor of the Tribune. Sir will you kindly give me space to add to quot democracy a quot letter regarding the appointment of a Man As investigator at Deer Lodge who is already drawing Down a living in the Way of a $100 percent pension i have watched this column for the last few Days expecting that amongst the returned men a More Able pen than mine would have written and enlarged on it. Now or editor As the saying goes in a from Missouri and have to be shown where a Man can be classed a total disability is what a 100 percent pension amounts to and still hold Down a steady Job. It seems to me that there is something radically wrong some place. I mind Reading in the Tribune some months ago that an enquiry was held in Ottawa on this very thing and that there were twelve men working in the offices there who were receiving 100 percent pension. But i have not had the pleasure of Reading where they were let out and its my opinion that no Man who is receiving 100 percent pension should hold Down any other Job in the government service or anywhere else because Sharpe pleads ignorance of a a us affairs continued or or. Shanks or or. Kerr his assistant. They would give their instructions to men quot in addition to that for a Long period of years a a Over Ament each partner would be entitled to after payment of expenses. Assets depreciated quot for some years prior to 1913. I Machray and i made considerable investments in lands in Winnipeg and Vicinity. In some of these investments others outside our firm were associated with us. About 1912, and before the land Boom broke my assets consisting of proceeds had been received or auditor was in Tho office almost would be received from land sold continuously. I understood it Wasj no value of lands still in respect to University in very substantial vestments. Avoided discussion a perhaps it can be appreciated Why. Under these circumstances it never occurred to in self or any of the other of or. Machray s partners that there was any occasion for interfering with what was evidently a very successful management Blit the chosen appointees of the University and anglican Church. Quot i am satisfied that any suggestion by any other member of the firm would have been thought an impertinence. I never concerned myself in the matter because i never dreamed that there was any occasion for doing so. A during the periods that the firm mediately paid out. Consisted of or. Machray myself i. And or Dennistoun discussions of cheques issued matters apart from investments quot or. Machray arranged with me were freely conducted among us. That i would sign Cheque on the held reached amount. A after the land Boom broke it was evident that these Ascueta Bart depreciated considerable but i understood that there were still Large amounts available from moneys received from time to time. My understanding of the investment account kept by the firm was that it was primarily an account Ini so far As moneys being retained were concerned relating to investments of or Machray myself end other. I knew that University funds. Anglican funds and other clients funds passed through thin account but i had no idea that any of them were retained in the account but that they would be to a afterwards i noticed most particularly that while outwardly or. Machray and i were As Good friends As Ever he apparently purposely investment account. This was necessary As he was absent from the office for periods at amp time. Inasmuch As All cheques brought avoided discussing any matters me sign were requisitioned in with me whatsoever in relation to writ no a by the trusted officials of our work. University and anglican Church i had Nuj hesitation by the treated a while another firm held the position As solicitors for the University Board yet some of the Law work connected with the University was done by my firm and generally All the solicitors work in con officials of the University and anglican Church i had no hesitation in signing them taking no precaution oth r than inquiring in each Casa Section with the anglican Church to ��22 investment a who done he my a a life a to to incumbent on me to Shanks wished in Section with and of the in vestments i1.1? to one of the Junior members of quot during the several years Precco the firm. He never on any Occa-1 Lnu think including Tho a from the period referred to or. Machray apparently made it a Point a Lattrel to always refer and work in con ? mon what or. Is Board of Manitoba Baa concentrate Are complaining of Lack of orders. It with the exception of the cheaper "j�".? grades of children s nippers but production thus far this year has held up Well textile Mills report demand on the increase with current operations close to 75 percent of capacity. A feature of this Industry from a merchandising standpoint a is a recent Cut of 7 percent in quotations on Grey Cottons and the adoption of revised credit terms resulting in the abolition of Long ratings and the restrictions of terms to 30 and 60 Days. Auto exports up the number of automobiles Irta de for use in the Dominion in october aiding established industries and has employed an expert on merchandising and cents who spends All his time visiting the smaller industries of the province and advising them on problems of j production and marketing. Has done much Good this co operation has prevented More serious decline in output i and in Many cases new lines have been added by manufacturers j have shown greater volume of output than in the regular lines. While the industries serving the a construction held e.g., Brick Sash i and door Metal Gypsum and be the production of leather footwear in october amounted to 1.559.-190 pairs an increase Over october 1931, of 45,046 pairs Ani Over oct. 1930. Of 46,798 pairs. For the ten months ended october the output of factories amounted to 15,539.820 pairs or an average per month of 1.553,982 pairs compared with a total of 15,289.386 pairs and a monthly average of 1,-528.939 pairs for the corresponding period of 1931, and a total of 14,-898.392 pairs and a monthly average of 1.489,839 pairs for the corresponding ten months of 1930. Shipping Ore Here for test ton it being sent to City from Sagawe Lake property a ton of Ore is being sent to win a Viper from the Sagawe Lake property of Central Canada mines j i he it Able to do this it goes years the sum of $10,000 was Given without a any argument that his for this purpose and this has been i pension is far More than he is a my m m or Sci us mm.�-1 a taken away this Vear entitled to. Which is. In opinion. Rion. Asked me to take charge 0i .y�1 1 received sums of Money Thev Tho cd you the pitiful state what is wrong All along the quot line i and matter. A �."�7 a a str my a some getting far More than they a since the inception of the form Jpn a a me or pm 0l1 Lor m at some Points of their clothing children in run 1 i Ning shoes Little feet soaked with wet Snow most of them without Ottawa dec. 12�?with fresh a rubbers or overshoes and Pratti eally All without Winter under cloth production increasing and consumption at a Low level values at a number of Points underwent rather Sharp declines states a report issued by the Dominion department Cally All without Winter underclothing. Mothers told of being unable to go out with their children because they have to share Coats and footwear. You saw the Pale faces of should and others far less than of Archibald they should receive and conditions or thereabouts two being what they Are today. Its up to the Heads of All legion branches along with Hon. Murray Maclaren to Clear out All these men drawing Down a dual living and others just existing not living by any Means or for Machray and Sharpe banking a copies of statement sued by Ine Dominion be a. Children who have been on Short i the government to take a hand of agriculture. Montreal Toronto j rations for years and the anxious and fun i out How come that these and Vancouver were the most seriously affected by the drop in fresh age prices while Halifax and Saint John reflected this condition to a lesser extent and Tho Prairie provinces reported practically no change. With colder weather. Over almost the entire country states the report fresh production will tend to be shut off and the general Outlook on the Market will be More healthy. The Bottom of the poultry Market appears to have been reached and passed the report states receipts at the larger markets Are not As heavy As they were and prices Are inclined to be a Little firmer. Local livestock harassed looks of the mothers. Such i Sqq percent pensioners Are Able a sad. Piteous company surely never was gathered together in our parliament building before. Now we ask you in Public when you intend to restore this Winter clothing allowance to these father prevailing j loss children you told them the Treasury would not allow this Grant to to Given j nevertheless you continue to pay the childless woman in charge of administration of the act a month j by salary of approximately $250, also pay a Host of supervisors inspectors and visitors much larger sums than Given to any of the mothers. How can women sensibly advise mothers How to keep House and bring up children on a sum of Money is at Best a fractional part of their own salaries Ima to work every Day As no doubt there Are hundreds in this class. Another for democracy fort William. Dec. 1. The Banks and the pools to the editor of the Tribune. Sir a the of sir Charlee Gordon to the shareholders of the Bank of Montreal you published yesterday was very interesting. While it is True As he said not a single depositor in a Canadian Bank had to wait a moment to get gone the of a single to his Money if the Appeal of the a count. Counts wore kept. One was in a quot these occasions were when general office account in the wishing to obtain Money Ami earnings of the firm were deposited believing that there was Money to and out of the expenses of my credit i would ask or. Shank the firm were paid. The other if there were such a aum As i re was an investment account. A Gutred available for me and to a the general account changed a i was entitled and a Cheque continuously. I think As the name would to issued of the firm changed but the name quot bearing in mind certain Obliga of the investment account did not tons still had to be met in change so often. A connection with these i settled by conference concluded shortly after that that i it would be win r not to withdraw i a the investment account was any further moneys and from that a first Archibald. Machray and time on i do not think i Ever re Shat pc. Afterwards it changed to Cei Ved any moneys from Tho in Machray Sharpe and Dennistoun. V fitment account except a Cheque a prior to or. Justice Dennis Toun s retirement the separate offices had been opened on account of the investments on the same floor and the name Machray Sharpe and Dennistoun appeared on the window and also r. H. Shanks Secretary University land Board. A on or. Justice Dennistoun s retirement the name Dennistoun was removed from the lettering on the window and the name remained Machray the same change was made in the investment for $200 about the year 1928 and possibly Ono other for a lesser amount. One of these at least representing moneys subsequently received from the investment account. A emr. Mcwilliams let me have on saturday copies of two statements continued on Page 14, column 1 City of Winnipeg was the lowest for any month Ilur-1 mint quot a a those dependent upon ing the year while the number i transportation such As a a Nade for Export was exceeded Only during july. Net earnings of Canadian National railways in october were re ported at $2,925,472, compared with $1.841,748 a year ago and the Canadian Northern Power company s net Lor october was Well ahead of that of previous months. Export of newsprint for october showed an increase of $1,300,000, while general permits for that month gained 38.7 percent Over the september record. November construction throughout Canada increased by $1,300.000 Over october. Traffic on the Canadian canals in october was encouragingly better with an increase of 100,000 tons of freight and 3.327 passengers. With financial ass stance from the Dominion government around 8,000 employees of the Canadian a Rifle railway have returned to work in shops had been closed since the Middle of october. Salt output the production of commercial Alt in Canada increased 6.2 percent to 15,218 tons in september compared with 14.331 tons produced in August shipments during the first nine months of 1932 totalled 123.007 tons an increase of 5.1 percent Over the total for the corresponding period of the preceding year of 116,993 tons. Terminal stocks terminal elevator Stock at fort William and port Arthur december 9. 1932. Wheat Stock i hard. 1 Northern a 2 Northern 3 Northern 4 Northern no. It. No. 6 feed. 4 special. 6 special. Winter. Durum. White spa. Others. Mix wheat Prev. Elev. Tot. 56,199.715 ft4.9w.lfts 42.291,4�3 oat stocks White 8.90ft 7 . White 192.68ft .3 .165.884 special feed. Sex. 1 feed 2.58ft feed. 174 294 2 feed. .>9.925 few 1 39.767 others. 112.242 it Rev. Elev. Ft.880 week ago tear ago 2.619 64ft 929.490 5.350.717 44.ft44.686 6 622 229 �.462.768 6 097 818 21.558.290 257.439 260.276 5.014.239 37,703 36.745 420 179 1.411 1.411 119.981 1.680 1,680 47 898 2.968 2.968 7.508 108.754 37.984 5 184 3�o84 26.314 841.78ft 842 531 4 a 62. 31.450 31.321 56.682 518.764 480,883 6.929.342 9.89ft 10.108 7 129 58 308 58.233 3.819 hops and steel and Iron have shown a marked decrease in output. Other industries have shown a substantial increase Over the record if previous years. This is particularly noticeable among manufacturers of Grain cleaning equipment elevator parts harness and saddlery leather goods and Woollen Good. Growth in output in the clothing Industry there has been substantial growth in the output of women swear. The knitted gods output has been fair. The fur goods output has been Good. The local fur dyeing and dressing plants report a substantial increase Over last year the food products group has made Good Progress. Both in output and in the number it f new lines Ai d new concerns starting operations. A Salt Well at Neepawa was opened a few months Ajo and is now producing coarse Salt in commercial quantities on a capacity of 100 barrels per Day. Plans Are under Way for the manufacture of table Salt. New industries among the new industries established Are 3 manufacturers of menus and boys shoes 3 manufacturers of sausages 1 manufacturer of upholstered furniture 2 shirts overalls windbreakers Etc. 2 women a dresses 1 work gloves 2 insecticides 1 Marble and Stone work 2 neckwear 2 confectionery 1 Auto Springs and bumpers 1 Ball Mills and 1 Golf clubs. In All. 62 new industries have been established since jan. 1, 39 new lines a have been added by existing industries and 6 industries i have enlarged their plants. Wet weather causes delay in Argentine ltd., for bulk test. The property is j Union stockyards Winnipeg a Man with $125 per month telling a Bank to the governments of the the 1 in lon1 a Stocky Virdt it a Over the ask tend my to on Ami Wye the quot Prince for a guar wkdand8�p a re o clock mon of Artom i $33. These theorists and div morning totalled 1,000 Catlie 85 vice is largely useless and a a it it tical. Situated 127 Miles West of the Lake head on the Canadian National railways. If the bulk test now to be made returns the results expected a Small Mill will be established on the claims and put into regular operation arrangement to this end having already been made. It is probable that a similar shipment from the company a Jack property a formerly Active old mine of the same District will be despatched shortly with similar plans to those involving the Walsh claims. Foreign Bonds Active firm on new York Mart new York dec. 12 the Bond Market showed further inclination to creep Forward today with foreign obligations especially Active and firm. The debt situation was again to the fore in the Day s news but apparently it had Little effect on senior securities As the financial District now assumes that the payments will be made without any specific agreement As to later readjustment of the loan problem. Reports of improvement in German Trade and flan cal conditions brought renewed demand for some of the Reich issues. German International 5hs were heavily traded at an Advance of around 2 Points while the Reich 7s gained nearly a Point. Although there was Only a moderate turnover of French foans the Republic s 7hs made another new i 1932 High at 127british 5�-js were moderately higher As were Civ is 2.3 h hogs and 105 sheep and lambs together with 135 cattle and 1,845 hogs on through Billing. There is nothing further reported to arrive in the Yards during the Day. With a fairly moderate run of cattle featuring the Market for the initial session of this week the Trade today was none too fast and bidding in general showed Little or no variation from the close of last week. With Eastern markets especially Montreal filled with a surplus of beef for the Christmas Trade conditions Here Are none too Bright for very much activity to the Market. Any heavy movement during the next few weeks will have the effect of demoralizing prices and it will take another week or ten Days of Light receipts on All Canadian markets for the surplus to work through the Trade. There was a sprinkling of Good Christmas cattle on offer today and these Are finding outlet at a slight Premium Over the general Market quotations. The bulk of the hand weight steers of medium to Good killing Quality crossed the Scales from $2.75 to $3.50 with Plain and medium grades earning from $1.50 to $2 50. Heavy steers continue very slow Sellers and very useful kinds Are Selling from $2.50 to $2.75 with very few in demand up to $3.00 and above. ,. Cows look about in line with the close of last week the Best grades earning from $1.50 to $1.75 with the common to medium variety cashing from $1.00 to $1.25. Canner and Cutter material sold from 50c to 75c with bulls moving downward from $1.25. With a fairly Light run of calves the Market was Active and firm with the Best end of the Haridy we have had tag Days for Orare Hospital babies olympic games poppy fund anti Mosquito Campaign and even homeless cats and do quot a. Shall we be forced to ask a tag disy to provide Winter clothing for Manitoba s fatherless children i Clad poorly nourished children of today Are the tubercular men and women of tomorrow. Surely prevention is cheaper than cure and much More humane. The Public is vitally interested in this matter therefore a Public reply would be much appreciated. Labor women s group of greater Winnipeg Winnipeg Dee. 7. Views on finances of the school Board to the editor of the Tribune sir a would you be so kind As to give space to the attached letter addressed to or. Milton chairman of the Winnipeg school Board with regard to the Winnipeg school difficulties quot overburdened taxpayer dear sir a it was indeed a pleasure to see the announcement to tha effect that schools would remain open and the effects of the Board and yourself Are to be highly commended. Quot so much has been said through the medium of the press in addition to the Board has undoubtedly been inundated with correspondence concerning f $23,500,000 to cover doubtful Loans made by inc Man Gera of the Bonks had not been granted. Nor did he Tell the shareholders How Long they might have had to wait for their dividends under like conditions. Perhaps the shareholders too have quot Lay minds a and might not understand. R. Campbell. Winnipeg dec. 10. Quot every so often probably once a Chr a sum of Money would he settled on As Pav Ohle from the in vestment account to general account to represent fees earned during the year. This was always settled. I understood by conference Between or. Machray and or. Shanks. Tenders for Len cd Tond tri add Waed to the chair ruin committee on final no will in received a i the Offero of the under fined up to 3 of clock p.m., on Friday december a Fath 1932. For the Mimi ten of Council during the yer 19.33. Sped float Lone and form of tender to quot i knew nothing of the detail of her with condition Rover non tender m i knew Nomine or me details by Mav be obtained al the office of the my Storic room 10, City but generally speaking i did know the amount that was agreed on to be transferred each year a Thia was taken into account by the bookkeeper who looked after the general Boos of the firm in making up a statement to show the amount Hall. Winnipeg. The lowest or and to Ndu a not accepted. A Peterson City Cleint. City clerk office. Winnipeg. A Cem Foer 10th, 1902. Few st a quot a exit the Bonds of Belgium and Austria weight calves Selling from $3.00 to hat r would he presuming the australians were a trifle easy. $600 with anything of extra Choice Mlih were i to offer was and the utilities rails and industrials Quality eligible at a slightly higher a it quot or 1 were 1 to y were somewhat Dull and irregular. 8.140 801 �7 4 259 370 3.896 88.287 22.410 109.40ft 4.546 7,541 892,094 .333.061 33.522 to 585 350,768 184 i 19.201 3 17 85 31.543 total 3 sex. . A i ro/.�?~. 2 . 6 re 8 Kex. R w. 2 Row sex. . Treble 3 . A. A c a. C a. Hers. Elev. 762.970 1,020.403 2.229.0.",7 Barley stocks 72,269 40,931 3,085 22.710 44.112 1.477 2.137 bta.1 in. E. Reid a co. Ltd. Private wire Liverpool dec. 12 a spot wheat unchanged to i lower no. 2 Man. Unchanged Corn unchanged to h lower. Parcel wheat unchanged to 3-Pence higher no. 2 Man. Unchanged. Futures opened lower owing to the Advance in Sterling offset the bullish interpretation of the Argentine official estimate and the firmer North american markets. The demand in the United kingdom today for actual wheal is very quiet arrivals in the United King Dom were 1,500.000 bushels smaller than a week ago. Corn steady. Broomhall comment hot. Damp weather prevailed in the Argentine on saturday with forecast of further rain Over the week end and , if Correct will delay harvesting in the Centre. The official Argentine report estimated the crop this year to be 231.-462.000, or about 5,000.000 More than a year ago on an acreage about 12 percent greater this is Only a preliminary estimate and the figures will surely be changed As threshing returns come in. The government will probably publish an estimate of the probable exportable surplus in february and a second estimate of the crop in March. If the crop amounts to practically 232.000.0td Bush it will to much smaller than private estimates and will Thov that considerable damage insult cd from blight and hot wind in the South. An exportable surplus is indicated by this estimate of about 154, 1.725.690 1.710.806 7.520.975 000.000, or about the same As aus a re tit shipments Tralla is expected to have this com. 1.810.303237 986120.2078.91110,964 Asbestos shipments 13.375 13.375 16.131 490.588 480.942 1,985.360 69.206 30.188 1.405 6.229 880 78.629 36.563 8.647 124.688 75.694 5,813 35.184 74.671. 703.154 610.868 flax Stock. 463.343 454.957 20.658 6 244 64 8 252 2.365.267 20.675 7.624 64 6.331 246 911 27.513 15.675 8.315 14.954 shipments of Asbestos by Canadian producer totalled 13,232 tons in october during the preceding month 11,001 tons were shipped and in october. 1931, the production was 16.726 tons. During the ten months ending october. 96,772 tons were produced in Canada compared with 139.438 ton in the corresponding period of 1931. Feldspar output shipments of Canadian feldspar amounted to 375 t n in sep Smoer. In August 360 tons were shipped and in september a year ago. The shipments were 2,029 tons. During the first nine months of 1932 the Oana Diin production of feldspar totalled 5,592 tons compared with 14,339 ton produced in the corresponding period of 1931. Weeks statistics w. E. Reid it co. Private War i world shipment 000 omitted Quality a Miripol a a a sex my o Mclang of Ove Rooming to or re fit in Lka Rosa. A a by Las confronting tha. School Board from $2.00 to $3.50. With r fairly Light run of sheep and lambs the Market Grid about steady with last week. Quality to Dav was rather Plain and Scales ranged from $1.50 to $3.00 with a few Good lambs eligible to around $3.50. The hog Market firmed up a trifle from the close of last week Bacons Selling at $3, lights and feeders from $2.00 to $2.75 and heavies and sows at the $2.50 Mark. 4> to 1.040 la Onod and Choice. $3.00 to $4.00 medium. Common 2.2ft to 1.25 to steer Over 1,050 la. Because in its multifarious problems the members of this body unquestionably realize the task before them and accordingly will bring about measures to insure expend a Tures not exceeding the allotment i for educational purposes at. The same time maintain the Standard of teaching facilities to the children of this City that have been available up to the present time a it is needless to Point to a Well recognized fact that staffs in every other line of Commerce and Industry having to accept a reduce 498 it Ftp Rye Stock 26 189,619 313.368 26.393 1.510.092 7.4 ft6 2.172 it 342 7.668 1. .78 7.909 123 32 7.381 2 17 7.668 5.872 197 a 335,488 722.990 16.184 31.82 28 090 81.144 40� a ii i season will provide 300. 22409 i 000,000 from these two countries or a Little More than was actually ex-lj95 ported this Aea Aon thl we. Last we. Liburt year wheat. 10.141 16.223 11 1 his Corn. 8 388 7.883 11,806 ont. 912 1.161 1. .729 Barley. 1.595 1.206 1.773 Rye. 209 181 North an a Alcan wheat. 7.183 12.791. S39109 399 �?��?��?T1 quot Irley. 241 267 .76 that. 176 14.7 21 Rye. 13 4f> 21 . Arrival wheat. 2 352 4.008 3.416 flour. 79 .75 114 w and f. 2.664 4.376 4.176 Corn. 2 767 1.530 4,845 on Pasaye wheat. 41.552 39.608 29.736 Cut in .31 306 36,746 46.980 oat. 3.790 3.950 3.440 Barley. 4.456 a.�66 6,006 Good re or. 2 7ft to medium 2.25 to common. 1.50 to heifers Good and Choice. Medium common. Fed calve Good and Choice medium. Good. Medium. Common. Cannera and Cutter. Bull Good. Common. Stocker and feeder steer Good. $.00 to common. 100 to Stock and heifers Good. 1.50 to common. 1.00 to milkers and Springer 20.00 to 45.00 veal calves Good and Choice common end medium. Hep let Bacon. >1 per head Premium Huron. 2.90 to $1 per head Din 2.50 to. 2.50 to 2 25 to 2.ft0 to 2.50 to 1.50 to 1.00 to 2 75 to 2.2ft to 1.60 to 5 00 to 3.50 to 1.50 to 1.2ft to 1.00 to .50 to 1.25 to .75 to 4 50 to 2 00 to Butcher. Heavy. heavy. Light and feeder Bon no. 1sow no. 2rough. Stag. Good hand weight common Buck Lamb sheep hand weight 3.50 to 2 .50 to 2.00 to 2.00 to 1 50 to 1.75 to req to Jujj Tion in income nevertheless the or Vire to Tho Public has been main 3.50 talk he. 2.50 a even a cursory study of our lax 2,00 statement will reveal where the. A major portion of the total sum i 2.50 expended and inasmuch As Repetti 2 00 Tion is odious i would like to re i Frain from doing so but. Am forced \ opinion expressed by others 4 that Eon Diering Tho hours of labor j and lengthy vacation period acl is corded the teaching profession l is there is no justification for con-�?�75 to nuance of the present wage Sci it 1 so i under the Guise or excuse that their 1 of duties Are More exacting or arduous than that generally prevailing in other lines of Endeavor this applying More particularly to principals High school teachers inspectors Ond assistant superintendents. Whose percentage in reduction should be commensurate with the salary now received and not. As has been the practice in some of the nth it 2.90 branches on a Par with the lowest 2ujj i paid teacher. 2 to a furthermore i also agree w ith 2.7ft a correspondent of the press. That 2 so i absolutely no need for the staff of of l to. T 1.50 superintendents now on the payroll i of the school Board. What is needed 3 75 is More productive labor and less 2 overhead this can very Well be 2 50 accomplished by proper distribution of school territory. A surely in these strenuous times Loo our school supervisory forts 2.23 1.50 2 25 1 25 5.50 4 00 if you knew today that tomorrow your family would he bereft of your guide acc and support what would you do if you knew that at age 60 your earning Days would he Over what would you do there is Only one answer carry sufficient life insurance. Enjoy the peace of mind that life insurance brings. Done to forget that Good health is a necessary requisite. Delays Are dangerous. Apply to any manufacturers life agent for particulars. Established 1sh7 the manufacturers life insurance company 1 50 2 00 head office a Branch 300 Huron amp Krip bldg., Winnipeg. W. A. Kennedy. C.l.u., Branch manager Eastern Manitoba. Toronto. Canada offices 108-12 strand bldg. 1 oth st. Brandon. Man. I. R. Palmer. Branch manager Western Manitoba. It

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