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Winnipeg Tribune (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Winnipeg, ManitobaThe Winnipeg evening Tribune monday december 12, 1932 piano sought for workers at ditch Job my Yor Webb it trying to gel Arcond hand piano for the sit Glt men working at the Grao Marr pitch. Request for a piano has Tea. Lied his worship from a no viral group a the Camp which already boasts a violin and amp Cornet and now i Jirlds a piano to supplement these instruments. The mayor replied that he would j do his utmost to get the Orarn Mere ditch to it Oya a piano for Christ. J Mas. The of opera ion of the citizen 1 invited As it is in everyone a i interest his worship contends to add whatever amenities Are j possible to the Camp since the j latter is shut off from Winnipeg s Many at a action Board of Trade unit to discuss jobless insurance a unemployment insurance will be discussed at a special meeting of a special committee of the Hoard of tide s finance Bureau to be held soloist a concert draws big crowd to City theatre the weather the weather has been mostly fair and decidedly cold in Mani More than 1.000 people filled the a Toba and Milder with Light local Chacon theatre to capacity sunday Snow farther West. Deaths and funerals or. Jul a Rompel. If of August Rempel of 808 Bannatyne ave., who died thursday at the family real Veteran rail Snow has been general from Ontario eastward to new Brunswick. M a n i Toba a frosty min quot by Shiv. Miss a. R. Gray when the he m Wood choral society present a the Messiah in night to enjoy an attractive a pop concert staged by Tho theatre management and the Kelly Moore booking office to Aid the Tribune empty stocking fund. More than $50 was Given to a id the children under the direction of genial Bill Moore a score of artists gave an enjoyable two hour program. It included vocal a elections instrumental numbers and Many Novelty turns encores were the Rule As the audience called Back performer after performer. Among the Artista contributing j their services were. Doc Mcdon Aid and his Boya Betty Cormack. I i. 11\ Baker. Buddy Stevens. Two with local Sno Flurrie j Star Hennesy Novelty ban joists Pearl Hales Rose Potravi i Mauris in Chow. Joe Blick Walter Lind i sey. Black and Martin. Strachan Sisters. Iris Spencer. Gay Cabal-1 Ros. Under the direction of Eric Greenlaw Wally and Jim. The original Harmony boys. Miss Doris Ord was accompanist. Fresh so uth next to Northwest winds partly Cloudy today and tuesday. With local Snow flurries and higher temperature. S ask at Che wan and Alberta fresh no rth Thomas Emery Middleton. 63. For 29 Yore an employee of the can Dence. Wan buried today in Kim j Adin p�0iflc railway died Fatur Wood cemetery. Rev. H. P. Kayner ,. V Hoan ital conducted the service at 2 In aay in vl<tol1a n Apitai the a. B. Gardiner funeral Home. Employ of an a Carpenter or. Middleton took a keen interest in Gaorge Albert Dawson. 47. Of 16. Hart ave who died Friday at the railway social me Misericordia Hospital was buried today n st. Mary s cemetery. The funeral service was held at 8.30 . In st. Alj Dionysus Church. Rev. C. O Hara officiated. The arrangements were in the care of the Barker funeral Home. Freddie Ritchot one year and five months infant son of or. And mrs. Fred Ritchot of fort Garry West winds1 died sunday. The funeral arrange part by Cloudy j mints which Are in the care of the As a freight Carpenter which Pond an 1 s Little Western funeral service have not Tjon he held until his inst illness yet been completed. Publicity Asunta including the winning of a in thing Beauty Content at Atlanta City try r n Nero i Beautiful guru Atrul King coat my Eil Vervy i i a r. I dancing and tuneful melodies set against or a background of sparkling comedy and Brilliant drama provide excellent material for a film of unusual attractiveness color sequence add to the to it Beauty of tha production and song numbers introduced into the magnificent musical comedy scenes strengthen its Appeal. The various sequences Are Kolend Ldla screened and the spectacular Clement is an outstanding Fea lure of the show. The work of miss do orsay is Brilliant and she carries off the various requirements of the Utar role with outstanding Success. 8he to splendidly supported with a cast of artists All experienced in musical comedy work. Among these Are Robert Warwick. Paul Kelly cd win Maxwell Astrid Allwyn and Kew ird Featherstone Short reels Are out i standing. They include a comedy a High j hats and Low brows a featuring James i Gleason Canadian Movle tuna Nawa and a a . He was a member of the . Social club and an enthusiastic curler. Entering the service in 1903 at Rogina As a Carpenter he later moved to Brandon As a Foreman and then in 1906 was sent to Souris who be he remained until he came to Winnipeg serving intermittently As a Carpenter building inspector end Foreman. In 1915, he came to the City co 1 d or tonight and t u e s d a tuesday at ., in Tho Board of King memorial Church tonight in Trade offices. The subject was discussed by the Hoard a year ago and a series of resolutions were passed by the Council. These Are to by reconsidered tuesday evening and the hoards attitude stated in preparation for the conference of provincial premiers with the Dominion Cabinet to be held at Ottawa in january when unemployment insurance will he one of the subjects discussed. Aid of the Tribune empty stocking fund one of the so insists who will be heard is miss a. R. Gray contralto. Other soloists assisting Are w. Bradley Tenor a. R. Mcfadyen Bass and is. S. L. Irwin Soprano. D. I. Bull will be organist a escape proof prison fails to hold 2 con riels Stop a cold the first Day this four Way remedy Doet al play Safe take a cold Rema-1 by for a cold Groves laxative Bromo quinine stops a cold quickly because it does the four things necessary. Opens the bowels kills the cold germs and fever in the system relieves the headache and tones the entire sys Tern. Get it today in the Handy pocket size Box cellophane wrapped. Be sure to Aak for Grove s laxative Bromo quinine. All . A a Ossining dec. 13-s� two desperadoes escaped Early today from the new Seo ton of sing sing prison which had been considered quot Escapa the men Jot in Egan and William Sutton Cut the Mattive a Toel Bare of their cells crept on Felt soles to is Hall bound a trusty on duly there and scaled a 22-foot Ouier Wall stolen ladder. One Hundred guards As Well As state troopers and local police started a Wydic Hunt for the fugitives is noon As the escape was detected. Model railway club arousing interest in West the Winnipeg Model railway club is attracting attention Ini Calgary and among British Columbia Cluba according to the. Secretary s report at the regular twice monthly meeting held Fri j Day in room 38, Canadian Pacific railway building. F Padwick gave an address on a the operation of a locomotive quot two Model locomotives both of a Canadian types were display d. An annual sport event in Calcutta is known a the Noah Ark race. The competitors generally Are a Goat a horse and an elephant. Fred Nocei knocked Down by Auto. Injured Fred Nocei 48. Of 170 Burrow ave suffered slight abrasions to the hands and one knee saturday afternoon Wien he was struck by m Auto while crossing main st. At Burrows. It vas taken to st. Josephs Hospital by Thomas Reeve 347 Inkster blvd Driver of the car treatment was Given him and he returned Home a few hours later. Michael Nocei of the same add is. Who was accompanying Fred nonet at the time of the Accident. Was slightly bruised but required no treatment. Nine member Council committees again asked Alderman Gray will move at the meeting of the City Council next monday that the former system of nine member committees be reverted to beginning with the new year. At present the six standing committees of the Council Are composed of six aldermen two from each Ward. The mayor is an sex offi clo member of All the committees. The change from nine member committees was made Early in 1931. Alderman Gray made an attempt to Hing Back the former system but this proved unsuccessful. A. A. Heaps to address . Meeting dec. 14 Kenora and Rainy River partly Cloudy today and tuesday with local Snow flurries and somewhat higher temperature. Lake Superior fresh to Strong West and North West winds tonight and tuesday partly Cloudy with local Snow flurries. Not much change in temperature. Temperature at 7 . Today was 16 below at noon two below. Sundays maximum was 15 below. Minimum today 19 below. Barometer Reading is 29.73. Mrs. Annie Keenan White 63. Wife of Daniel White of 500 Maryland st died sunday. The arrangements. Which have not yet been completed Are in the care of the Western funeral service. Victoria. Vancouver. Kamloops Prince George Fairview Calgary. Edmonton Medicine hat. Swift current Battleford Prince Ibert que a palls Minnedosa. The Pas. Churchill. Sioux Lookout port Arthur White River. Parry sound Southampton. Toronto. Kingston. Ottawa. Montreal. Quebec. St. John. Halifax. Sydney. Penticton. Grand Fork. Nelson. Banff. Lethbridge. Moose jaw. Regina. Saskatoon. Brandon. Kenora. Mami. Pre. 32 32 n a a 28 24 Oso 8 2 a a a 4 -14 .04 .16 14 no 22 l i. 20 18 .024 4 .20 2 -2 .12 6 4 .01 4 2 .04 -8 -10 .02 -12 -24 t. -2 �?�4 .10 10 0 .10 2 -14 t. 16 8 .12 18 -8 0 0 a 14 10 .20 16 1 .10 22 16 .22 14 12 a 18 8 .44 12 10 .54 4 2 .40 4 .0218 12 t. 20 12 .1114 12 .02 0 -8 -8 Oso. 16 5 of. 5 -2is -14 .300 �?�4 .05a -5 .05 -2 -28 .10 -15 -21 0 0 0 -16 -25 0 0 0 Hugh r. Macphall 265 River ave., died sunday in Victoria Hospital. The funeral will a held at 2 Wednesday from the i Clark Leatherdale funeral Home j to Elmwood cemetery. Are. Cora Edgerton widow of 1 the Lata John Edgerton formerly of Helena mont., died sunday at the i residence of her daughter mrs. G. B Christensen. 8-a Locarno apts i following a illness in her 64th year. Mrs. Edgerton who was Horn at Bradford 111., had lived in Helena until a year ago. When she Samc to Winnipeg. Beedles her Daugh ter Here she is survived by an a other daughter. Mrs. Leroy Beveridge of Helena. A funeral service will be held at 1 30 Tuesday at the a. B. Gardiner funeral Home. The body will be sent to Helena for burial in the family plot beside her husband who predeceased her two years ago. Or. And mrs. Christensen will accompany the body to the South. Frederick Leonard Erickson 36, of 343 Sydney ave a who died Friday at the family residence will to buried tuesday in Elmwood cemetery. Or. Erickson was born in Winnipeg. The funeral will be held at 2 pm n the Bardal funeral Home. This month he is survived by his widow and one son. Thomaa Edward at Home. 1401 Elgin ave., and three other children. John Herbert. Eik Hoin. Man Clarence Roy at Minneapolis and mrs. C. Taylor port Arthur. The funeral will be held at 4 tuesday from Kerry a funeral Home to Brookalee cemetery. Were Given by Peter Logan is. Dennison Helen Dallas and Iru Spencer. M. G. Milvor tendered the artists a vote of thanks. Too h men assisted in making the evening a Success and the United scottish associations own orchestra added Holliness of the party. Mrs. E. P. Howells served refreshments after which the special form of social Intercourse enjoyed by Blind persons a dance occupied the time until Midnight. Good All around program is offered at Dominion screen will Rogers scores in Capitol a chief film the homely philosophy Upil humor of will Rogers ii Rel excellent a pre a ton in a too Buey to in which he in featured at the Capitol thle week. In the role of a tramp auf Ferins from a rent i wrong but too kindly in his Natur to wrack another a Happonen for the Mike of theve no Anco which it might Wall have claimed Roger in distinctly appealing and win i Way into the heart of i audience Aimont at the Start of the picture naturally the film contain much cot fiery. I to ree will Rogers milking a cow is a Cream ugly funny m it of. While Thoat who have Ever had to a Pluck quot a Chicken will appreciate the Way in which he get Thlu chore done. Marian Nixon 1 a wet and pretty 1n the girl role in thl picture and Lier Oene with will Roger Are admirably done. Thl Young a tree in rapidly coming to the front a on of the beet Delineator of youth and innocence in the a Erren Colony. Quot too buy to work quot 1 a pc turn for the entire family. Ike All the Roger offering it i a mean and simple altogether excellent entertainment which the Large Audi Pney at the Capitol on saturday were Quick to appreciate the second picture. Quot thirteen women a i a study in the effect of hypnotism 1n inducing crime Myrna a Gay. A a pm Yehly Hanif caste. Seeking revenge on All the a hit girl who snubbed her at school. 1� outstandingly Good who la Irene Dunne. Ricardo Cortez Jill Esmond and Kay Jordan Are admirable. In All. The Capitol program thi week to Well worthy of at to Nylon. A a. E. Mog there to a Bright Snappy program at the d4>mlnlon theatre Fortl a three Day opening on saturday stage entertainment in provided by Kuna Tell Rotter. Bert Pearl lean Walker and Beverley Welkin and their worn is heartily appreciated song and dance and a a lever hypnotic exhibition in which h Young Tenn i endowed with singing ability a la Trilby afford Excel-1 Lent diversion. Ben Pearl a the piano is especially effective in i accompaniment and olo work on the Maereen Edmund Lowe and Evelyn Brent Are to by Evn in a attorney for the a Good All around . K. Co. United scottish Assn. Entertains Blind Folk the Mcnichol auditorium. In the cd acadian National Institute for the Blind. Was that a scene of a hippy parts on saturday even Long. When the United Scot ish Asa Ciati n entertained the Blind people and their Friend at a concert. Vocal and instrumental numbers Garrick at Thor or near North Winnipeg meeting of Branch of Rupert a land committee opens up Headquarters the laymen s committee sponsor ing the Campaign for the Rector a a quot a 24 year. She is survived by a a a her husband and one Eon John or. Jacqueline Sprague wife of f. E. Sprague of 112 Wellington Crescent who died Friday at the family residence was buried today in Brookside cemetery. Rev. J. S. Bonnell conducted the ceremony. The pallbearers were. R. Black Leroy Borrowman w. B. Fairbanks we Halpenny c. Irvine and j. D. Suffield. The service was held at i 2.30 In the Thomson mortuary a Jpn from Calgary mrs. Lucy Mcguinness 43, wife of j. Mcguy Lynnese 2082 Gallagher j ave., d de sunday in the else Rico a Dia Hospital. Born in England mrs Mcguin Ness had lived in the City for the is Brilliant at province Independent quot a Bor Pety Deceron re in of endow a no and Phillip. Megut Nenee Firla of Pun it c t an i dior to and t vi., fim nral a full i Bor 14. A. A. Heaps. My will do liver an Eddrena on quot the Laet s ion of the Federal House it the meeting will be held in the Workman Circle 240 Manitoba ave. And All interested Are invited to attend following or. Heap a address funds of Rupert s land diocese and a missionary funds has opened Headquarters at Trinity Hall. The office will be in charge of w. C. Blake one of the honorary secretaries. R. R Pattinson. The other Honoray Secretary will be in charge of outside organization. Hon. Treasurer Are r h Arkill quot the girl from a colourful musical Romane atari Lnla fifi d Cut a vivacious French can Adlar comedienne provide very attractive entertainment at in Provine theatre 8h� appear in the role of a Calgary Rod to Winnar taken in hand by a couple. Of Clover new York Prenz agent who boost the a funeral will be held at 30 her to it Rdna on the musical comedy Young Peoples group affiliated and e. E. Henderson. Or. Harvey with the North Winnipeg Branch Smith is chairman of the commit of the Ixo a. Will be organized tee. The smoke of the British Empire thu pm most a a Kentish tavern the leather bottle inn will he remembered As the Retreat u hither fled the lovelorn Tracy tup Man of Dickens a pick association. Association surrounding the Nai a wills Are More than substantiated by t Quality flavour and general excellence of w. A h. O. Wills Gold Flake cigarettes. Fastidious Canadian smokers find w. D. Amp al o. Wills Gold Flake Cool Sweet mild and fragrant Iti the Cream of the crop i i. Made in the Lime honoured English manner with their More delicate flavour and finer finish. The full freshness and flavour Are sealed in with cellophane w. D. H. O. Wills old Flake a shilling in London a Quarter Here pocket tin of fifty�?55 cents a a in pm. Tuesday from the Thomson Mot urary to Brooks de cemetery. Mrs. E. Clarence Holmes. 65, of Berkley. Cat who was miss Mer Riall Patton of this o to before her marriage died Friday at her Home following a stroke. Mrs. Holmes was born in Ontario and was brought to Winnipeg by her parents when she was a Young child receiving her education Here. The family moved from Winnipeg in Toronto Early in this Century and in 1903, Afier the death of her father she went with her Mother to California where she married. She is survived by her husband and by one son. Mrs. Gerald o Grady and Kenneth Patton of Winnipeg Are cousins. Motorists who want special tags must act to a by a eerie of novel end a pet ruler outward bound not a talkie the Low Down on to hijackers they Paw up a million dollars Worth of loot for a million Dollar Worth of love i cheaters at play main a Selkirk Little theatre tonight worx tickets at mpg. Piano co. $1.80 free parking with Heater plug. Motorists wanting to retain the Sama provincial License numbers they had this year must apply for new plates and bring or Send in Money or marked Cheque for the i amount of the License fee on or before december 22. Hon. D. L. Mcleod municipal commissioner announced today. Thie applies to Ordinary Pas Senger autos and to plates numbered Between 1 and 7,000, not to motorcycles trailers or trucks. Arrangements also have been made for the erection of a temporary counter in the legislative build \ ing where the City s motor vehicle tax May be paid and the 1933 City plate obtained. This will be situated just outside the door of the j office where the provincial licenses issued. Applications for the same numbers As last Yea. Must be received a by december 22, and plates must be called for by tire applicant st j room 158 of the legislative build ing december 27 or 28 applies a tons for special numbers other than those held last year will not j be considered. As in previous years the num Bers 4,000 to 4,999 will be allotted to the medical profession starting december 29, plates not reserved will be issued in their numerical order. Cut in extra postal menus pay protested deduction of 10 percent from the wages of extra Post office workers employed during the Christmas season was protested by the Winnipeg and District labor Union unemployment conference at its weekly meeting saturday in travellers Hall. The deduction represents a Cut made last Spring in the wages of All postal employees. Tha conference asks that if the extra workers cannot be restored to the former late of 40 cents per hour that die 1 differ Sci should he made up from unemployment Relief funds. Reorganization of the Unzem i played association of Winnipeg was recommended As the result of a meeting held Friday evening j instructions were issued that Only c. A. Burns a. E. Corby and a Stroud be recognized As officials1 of the association until reorganization is made. Notices of the in-1 st auction will be sent to Relief officers Aid. H. Andrew. T. Davis j. D. Fraser h Hunter and r. Campbell and the greater Winnipeg welfare association. Co operation of the conference with the Tribune pm Tiv stocking fund was decided upon. Freezing and bursting of water pipes in quarters occupied by the unemployed owing to Lack of fuel was reported by a visitor of the unemployed association. The conference s committee was instructed to take up tie question of fuel with the civic Relief committee and also ask that the City Anglener s Deal be instructed to repair such Frozen Pluss in horns of unemployed. Tonight and tuesday a Genera supper show. 6.30 to 7.30, 10e. 2sc of wis Stone. Dorothy Jordan Walter Huston. In a the wet Parade a free to every lady tonight a Dnn Day. Thursday quot the passionate plumbers Maureen o Sullivan in 0�n. Quot Silver lining dinnerware tonight to ladies with gents o a. Sar Csc nt4 v -2 Arlington x Lew Ayres in general a Okay America a Gnu has a a Michael and Mary and quot children of dreams quot dinnerware tonight to ladies with gents Ramon Navarro in a a huddle Gen Thetna weigh an Charlotte Greenwood William Bakewell Barham week Linda Watkins mat. Till 7 of clock 25c evening. 40c Rialto a Toj big double p quot two kinds of women quot eth Miriam Hopkins Philips Holm program g a Tom Brown of Culver Lam Tummy Roll la and Tom Brown Beacon Ruperti outstanding i the screen Happli at picture a Sunshine Susie quot Duble program Chester moral a Billly Dove in quot cock of the air Dominion ton item cd dec dinnerware of Etc to the ladies a attorney for the defence a Vau Devoll 9 Adult with Russell Potter Jean Watker Bert Pearl Beverley Welkin adult 25c children 10c. Phon 93 683 i 616 cover iii Dale Harlow in a Romance More turbulent a than tropical 5torm-r n o w a thrilling mystery lyceum old dark House adult with in Kiff the terrifying Chat. Laughton. Gloria Stuart @assai3s5 2 big features 4 for the Price of i first st. Showing . But d in in a a the dark horse quot Alio Ken Maynard in a a come on Tarzan Gen Teit us a is 2 features for Price of 1 today and tuesday Maurice Chevalier love me tonight Lila Lee and Clive Brook a Nicht of Iune Isth quot tonight 15�?free gifts�?15 i Nan ironic red g Iti production <2i5>capitol<� Tiffany thayers sensational novel Hearty laughs and heart deep drama Irene Dunne Ricardo Cortez an Rio radio picture Wii iroc a ers a too by to work la a Fox picture a rat to try to k Sally Ellers quot hat Check girl quot zone Gray s a Vtha Golden West la Dull a skyscraper souls quot Worron William. Maureen o Sullivan. Anita Page. Aan Hersholt. Adult our gang Mickey mouse province now 10c, 15c, 25c adult to moots Pkt us Faani Bill m the pm Tom cal car Soto Sang lid a larks Hosi re was a George Arliss in adult a successful calamity Arlington a Mcrand hotel�?T1 All Star cast Crescent a Nicht after Nicht quot George raft adult wond i and a unashamed quot Helen twelvetrees adult la Mia a today general Douglas Fairbanks in a Robinson Crusoe a adults 15c All Day during month of december Leslie Howard in a reserved for ladies quot comedy and news 1sc till t o clock adult i Gajilan Joan Harlow Mae Clark a a a three Wise girls a Douglas Fairbanks or. G a a if a Tough to Boft Mou a fur by Murby Ames Cagney Marian Nixon Winner take ally a Alio-�?2oug�s . A. A love is a Racket quot if i u c pop Tagi Avi re ind free parking and heat plug a Joan Bennett and John Boll the careless lady Wedgwood a co. Dinnerware Richelieu pattern Given the ladies st. James tonight classic and tomorrow night Creta Garbo in a was you desire me adults 25c a children 10c

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