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Winnipeg Free Press (Newspaper) - July 10, 1915, Winnipeg, Manitoba PAYS VISITR) FROUT Visited Various Armies and In- spected Indian Asquith in the Party. MANITOBA FREE PRESS, WINNIPEG, SATURDAY, JULY dlan cavalry corps, and saw the f than the usual amount of moi trench troops in position in tup re- July. (Frederick Palmer, at the front for the Associated Press.) British Headquarters in France, July the first time since the army has occupied the present line, Field-Marshal Earl Kitchener has been at the front. Be was accom- panied by Prcmif-r AsuuHh and Cols. Hawkey and i-'itxgt raid. lie arrived on 'j. ursday afternoon, the guest of Sir French, commander of the Britiah espeditiona cuntinc'iit-. rind that the- jji-miri'ls of tho Flying Corps, the va-.if-l. school OviiL'ro officers are iij, and tho machine Kua school- Kitchener Up Early. nt-m. morning Lord Kitchener uii ;a o'clock, and an hour a; one of the department ii rai'lciuartez' lialf an hour. Tho major in Eion ot Arras. He returned to Lon- don on Thursday evening. No feature of the army organiza- tion at the front was omUted from the field-marshal's Inspection. He saw more in two and one-half days than anyone has been ablo to see in the same length of lime at tho front. His charac- teristic gift of reaching- the essentials was shown by his probing questions, whether he was watching the aviators or looking at gun positions, and wherever he went officer experts of each branch of the service were at bund to answer all his inquiries. Recognized by Men.. _ Both the premier and Lurd Kitch- ener stopped and spoke to men who were engaged in digging fortifications. Wherever they went, the silver- haired premier and the tall-deter- mined-appearingr figiire of the fleld- nuirshal were recognized, and it was evident from the attitude with which Lord Kitchener was met what a hold he has on the imagination of the army. He showed less fatigue than on the somi? the younger members of the party who conducted him. FURNISH UNLIMITED SUPPLYOF MUNITIONS isture for July crop weather on this continent will, as an a.verag-e. be better than usual. Asiatic Russia, is expected to be short on rainfall. Excessive rains are expected In the Philippines, .southern China India, East Indies, Centra America, West Indies and north of the equator in South Anierica.. Russian Boat Shelled. London, July Russian MORTGAGESALE OF VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY London, July Thomas, tha French uudor-secretary of war, who ill the town -where he j nas visiting: David Lloyd Geoi-g-c, hour. The major in I minister of munitions, on the eve of beiong-ed to the night tour, tho his return to Purls testifies in a state- oli'ir.-r fC the day tour not having yet nient to the press Ills belief that. Bns- mi. Later, with Premier As- kind is now so organized that it will visited the second army, caw i'no troops, gun positions and trenches, wcnc into shell-torn Yprts. Everywhere the party passed troops were up outsidp their billets as the automobiles went "by. That nftprnoon the field-marshal jrcpt Xing- Albert of Belgium, and was shown the inundated area in front of the i'elgian lines. lsn Visits First Army. On Thursday Lord Kitchener visit- ed tho first army, reviewed the In- be able Lo furnish an unlimited supply of. munitions in aid of tho allied cause. Under and by virtue of the Powers of Sale contained In a certain memor- andum of mortgage, whicl) will be pro- duced at the .time of be Differed for sale by Herbert sale, there will Public Auction, Gray. Auctioneer, at his BRITISH MINISTERS ATTEND CONFERENCE andup On first-class residential and busi- ness property and farm lands oc- cupied by owners. Special facili- ties for handling- large loans on choice central business and ware- house property, at lowest current rates. Aronovitch, Ripstein Leipsic Ltd. 101 Bon Accord Block. Phone M. 4018-4019. London, July following Bril- I .statement was made public to- night: "Premier Asrjuith, Lord Crewe (lord president ot the Earl Kitchener (socrotai-y of state for and Arthur J. Balfour (first lord of the Admiralty) left England on Monday Lo attend a conference held at L.'Uaio on Tiu-sday with premier Jiv.-am, Minister of Foreign Affairs jisse. Minister of Al.fUeraml, ol Marine Auta'agnmir and for j Albert Thoma.s, i Viai, and General Jofire. Sir Juhn jlToiich was also present coii- i Icre-ice. Premier AsQiilth and Kurl Kitchener afterwards visited British senerul headquarters and returm-d to London last night." Foster's Weather Forecast I have soinn fine ponies for sale, iiny age, at prices and terms to suit anyone. Satis- faction guaranteed. E. B. EAMAGE, Green-way, Man. For Immediate Sale One Mitchell Baby Six Automo- bile, newly painted and thoroughly overhauled, and in good condi- tion.. Price for quick side One Truck, 2.000 Ibs., almost new. Price for instant sale, Apply, between 9 and 12 morn- ings, A. C. McRAE, 407 William Avenue, Winnipeg. B to Alham.bra Avartments BALMORAL PLACE. Three nice suites of four, flve and six rooms. This block Is one of the moat modern in the city. Convenient to cars. THE IMPERIAL CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY, 356 Main Street. Phono Main Unshington, D.C., July bul- letin gave forecasts of disturbance to cross continent July a to 13. warm nave S to 12, cool wave 31 to 15. This disturbance covers one ot the principal storm periods of July. Probably not tne greatest, but of iiufflclcnt force to require attention. Wu approximately ifflvc tiie location of the warm waves, ana the dangerous storms niHj- always 3e expected in the warm waves. Our of these warm waves are more accurate as to lonfjltude than as i to latitude. By watching newspaper j reports as to the location of the lows, I when xve forecast a du.nsreroi.is storm, it will aid you in locating- the places oC I danger. Tho warm wave will be from j -DU to '100 miles southeast of the centre i of the .low, and the storm danger will oe In tho warm wave. Severe .storms were expected in the warm wave i'ore- 1 eastcd to cross continent J'ulv S to 12. with greatest force west of medidian So about July 10. Next disturbance will reach Pacific i coast about July 13, cross Pacific slope Dy close of great central valleys 14 to 16, eastern sections 17. Warm wave I will cross Pacific slope about July 12, tmntral vallcya 14, eastern sec- tions 1C. Cool wave will cross Pacific slope about July IB, gn-eat central va.1- leya 17, eastern sections 19. '--'eather. This is expected to be a more dan- gerous storm than the preceding. It cause the hottest weather of the month. We have located the hot wave on the Pacific slope July 13. and the storms, are expected to be severe there at that time, but will probably decrease In force while crossing great centra] valleys H to 16. We advise all to be on the alert for 'dangerous storms in eastern sections not far from July 17. About that time all weather events will move rapidly eastward, and an- other disturbance will reach Pacific coast a-bout July 16, cross Pacific slope by of 17, great central valleys 18 to 20, eastern sections 21. Warm wave will cross Pacific slope about ,Iuy IS, great central valjoys 1R, eastern sec- tions 20, Cool wave will cross Pacific slope about J'uly Iff, great central val- leys 21. eastern sections 23. This disturbance will bring severe storms from Pacific coast to central valleys, but after crossing meridian 90 the storms will grow -weaker. For dan- gerous storm dates watch our forecasts of the storm wave and the newspaper reports of the lows. The cool wave of this storm will bring very low tem- peratures, and although July Is not fa- vorable to frosts some freezing- may be expected where frosta sometimes occur at this season. Bain Well Distributed. Kalns of these disturbances will ba well distributed, but some excessive moisture is expected. As a tho crop-growing sections of North America will get more than tho usual amount of rain. The Pacific slope will get rains where precipitation sometimes occurs in July. Northern Mexico, Ari- zona and New Mexico will get more auction .rooms, 2S2 Ellice avenue, ill the city of Winnipeg, in the province of on SATURDAY, THE SEVENTH DAY OF AUGUST, 1815, at the. hour of 12 o'clock noon, the following valuable City Property namely: In the City of Winnipeg, in the Province of Manitoba, heing in ac- cordance with a special survey of the said city, and being Lot Forty-eight (48) in Block Eleven whicli lot is shewn on a plan of survey of riart of Lot Forty-three ('131 and Forty-four (44) of the Parish of Saint John reg- istered in the Winnipeg Land Titles ol'fice, Winnipeg Division, as Plan No. 3'' 9 TRRMS OF pnr cent of the purchase price to be paid in ca.sh at the time of and the bal- nnoo accordaiifi- to the terms and con- ditions to be mode at the time of sale. The above property will be soldi sub- ject to a reserve bid (seaJecl) and from all encumbrances, save taxes for the current year. For further particulars apply to MKSSKS. SHARPS, ELLIOTT MONTAGUE, Vendor's Solicitors, 506 Union Bank Bids'.. Manitoba. Dated at "Winnipeg, this 30th day of June, A.D. 1915. Notice to Creditors Kol tee is hereby Patrick and Philip Yukclnon both o City of ruerc'haniLs, t rat en that. .Michael f the ._____ unde the nanve of "The Ktiindard Shoo have transferred certain oil their assets lo me as Trustee for the beuci.lt of Iht'ir creditors. A mfietjnp of credit-oi's "will be -held at t.he office of The Traders Trust company (lornierly Xewton Bank of Hamilton Chambers, "Winnipeg, on Tues- day, the 20th day of July, .1MB, at 4 o-'cl-ock p.m., ;tncl you hereby notified to attend, either in person or by rep- resentative. All claims must he filed, accompanied by staiut-pry declaration, with thirty days of the date of this notlr-e and to entitle any to vote. his claim must be fyled on or before the da.y of th-d meet- Ins- And further take- notice that after such last mentioned date, the trustee will pro- ceed i-o distribute the assets of he In sol- vena .parties entitled there to, Jmv- ins regard" only to. claims of -whicji ho has then had notice, and the said trustee will not-bfi liablt) Cor the said assets, no: any part thereof, to any person: or persons; of who.ne claims notice shall not havo been received -by him at the time of such dis- tribution. 'Dated at this 9th- day of July, 1915. CHARLES-H. iX-EWTCXV. Trustee. Office of tha Traders Trust Company (Cor- mc-rly Xeivton find .Bank oC Haml 1 ton Oh a mbers. steamer Anna, from Archahgel, Rus- sia, for Hull, was-shelled by, a German, submarine in the' North Sea. The1 crew abandoned the ship and landed at P-eterhead, Scotland, today. The 'Anna Is reported to be still afloat. MORTGAGE SALE OF VALUABLE MORTGAGESALE OF VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY Under and by virtue of of Sale contained in a certain memor- andum of Mortgage, which will bn produced at the time of sale, there will be offered for sale by Public Axictlon, toy Frank Pearson, Auc- tioneer, at his auction rooms, 311 Donald street, in. the city of Winni- in the province of Manitoba, on Saturday, the 7th day. of August, A.D. 3915, at. the hour of 12 o.'clock noon, tjVe following valuable city pro- perty: In the town of Saint Boniface, in Manitoba, and being- Lot One Hun- dred and Seventy-three which Lot is shown on a Plan ot Survey of part of Lot Seventy-Six accord- ing to the. .Dominion Government Sur- vey of the Parish of Saint Banifa.ce, registered In the Winnipeg- Land Titles Office, Winnipeg- Division, as No. 711, excepting- thereout and therefrom the most Easterly Sixteen feet In depth thereof taken from a lane by La, Corporation cle La Ville de St. Boni- face. This property will be offered for sa.le. subject to a reserve bid. The vendors are informed that there is situated on the above pro- perty a two storey frame dwelling fully modern. TERMS OF per cent. and the balance ac- cording to terms and conditions to be made known at the time of sale. For further particulars apply to MESSRS. MULOCK, ARMSTRONG, LINDSAY, Vendors' Solicitors. 005, 908, 907, 908 McArthur Building, Winnipeg-, Manitoba. Da.ted at Winnipeg this twenty- ninth day of June, A.D. 1915.. CITY PROPERTY TJnder and by virtue of the Power ot Sale contained In. a certain Mort- gage, which will be produced at the time of sale, there will be offered' for sale- by public auction by Herbert Gray, Auctioneer, at Ms Auction) Rooms. 283 Ellice Avenue, in the City of Winnipeg, irt the Province of Manitoba, on, SATURDAY. THE 7th DAY- OF AUGUST. A.D. 1915, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon. Hie following valuable city property, viz.: Lots two hun.dre-d and sixty-five C265 and two hundred and sixty-six (266) which lots-are shown pn plan of sur vey of part of lots sixty-eight (68) t seventy-one (71) in the Parish o Saint Boniface, registered, in. th Winnipeg Landi Titles Office, Winni pes- Division, as Plan No. 122. Th vendor is informed that there is situ ate on the property above describe' a two story, frame build-ing whicl was formerly used as a tannery. Th above sale is made subject to sealed reserve bid and subject also ti all umpald taxes. If any. Terms of (20) pe cent, cash at the time of sale am the balance according to the term and conditions to be made known a the time of sale. For further-particulars apply to MESSHLS. ADAM'SO'N LINDSAY, Vendor's Solicitors, S06 Mc-Arthu; Building, 'Winnipeg-, -Manitoba. Dated at -Winnipeg-, Manitoba, this 23rd! day of .Tune. A.D. 1915. Horses! Horses! Farm and Draft Horses for sale. Teams with or without harness. Every animal in splendid work- ing- condition. This is a special opportunity for buyers to pur- chase fi-om well-selected stock. Apply Phone Main 1116, or BOX 1021 FREE PRESS." MORTGAGESALE OF VALUABLE Suburban Property Under and by virtue of a Power of Sale contained in a, certain memor- Lndnm of M'ot'tg'ag'e, which "will be produced at the time ot sale, thera will be offered for sale by public a.uction, bj- "Frank Pearson, auc- tioneer, at his auction rooms, 1111 Donald street, in the city of Winni'-' peg-, in the province of Manitoba, on Saturday, the 7th day of August, A.D. 1915, at the hour of 12.30 o'clock noon, the following' valuable pro- perty: In the province c Manitoba and being: Lot Six in Block .Eight as shown on a Plan of Survey of part of Lot Twenty-seven of the Parish of Saint James, register- ed in the Winnipeg' Land Titles Of- j flee as Plan No. 1151. This property will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid. The vendors are informed that there is situated on the above pro- perty a one and a half storey frame MORTGAGESALE OF VALUABLE FARM PROPERTY UNDER AND BY VIRTUE ot the powers of sale contained in a certain mortgage, which will he produced at the time of sale, there will be offered for sale, by public auction by William H. McPherson, auctioneer, at his auc- tion rooms, Smith street, in the City of Winnipeg, In the Province of Manitoba on Saturday, August 7, A.D. at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, the following valuable property: In the Province of Manitoba, and be- ing the southeast quarter, -and the sou'th half of the northeast quarter of section 30, In township 9 and range 1, west of the principal meridian, in the said province, containing 240 acres more or less. The title to the property is under the Real Property act. Tha property will be offered for sale, subject to a reserve bid', and- subject to a first mortgtge. No. 101026 in fa- vor of Harris U Emmort, which the purchaser will be recfuired to assume and pay off. TERMS OF (20) per cent of the purchase price to be in cash at the time of sale, and. the bal- ance in occordance with terms and conditions to be made known at the time of sale. For further particulars apply to rtichards, Sweatman, Kemp Filmore, Vendor's solicitors, 303 Garry Building, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Dated at Winnipeg, this 23th day of June, A.D. 1915. NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF THE PARI- SIAN WINE COMPANY LIMITED dwelling-. TERMS OP SALE Twenty per cent, cash, and the balance in accordance with conditions to be made known at the time of sale. For further particulars apply to; MESSRS. MULOCK, ARMSTRONG LINDSAY, Vendors' Solicitors. 905, 907, 908 McArthur Building-, Winnipeg-, Man. Dated at Winnipeg- this Twenty- eighth day of June, A.D. 1915. Insurance Manager Wanted We require the services of a man of experience and and maintaining: a. force of insurance solicitors. Liberal compensation and renewals. BOX 1038 FREE PRESS. He want the care. manaRf- inent and rnntinsr of a number of -Apartment Blocks and other revenue-bearing properties in this city. Our facilities in. this connrction arc unexcelled, nnd we. can promise real good ser- vice. THE BELL REALTY CO., 232 Portage Avenue. iMONEY TO LOAN i CITY AND FARM LOANS. Applications from borrowers direct or through agents will be considered Direct applications from borrowars r.re preferred. Modorata Interest and easy terms of repayment. THE CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY, WinnipoQ. 284 WELLINGTON CRESCENT, NEW HOUSE, containing u rooms. In choicest location In city. Modern in every detail. Apply. THE IMPERIAL CANADIAN TRUST COMPANY. Phone M. 5754. 356 Main Streal. Contents of Store, No. 288 Graham Are. Fully equipped for a Chiro- practic Institute and Electric Baths. Lease of premises can be arranged Apply to WM. P. MURPHY, Sec.-Troas., Columbus Hall Associa- tion. Ltd., Columbus Hall. Phone "Main 780. e Notice of Tax Sale Municipality of Assiniboia. By virtue of a warrant Issued-by the Reeve of the Rural Municipality of Assiniboia, in the Province- of Manitoba, under the land and corpor- ate seal of the said municipality, to mo directed, and bearing date the Twenty-fifth day of June, A.D. 1915, commanding' me to levy on all pro- perties two years in full list of such properties will be found published in the "Manitoba Saturday, July 3rd, 1915, and also in the "St.. .lames of St. James, Man., Friday, July 2nd, 1915, (from whom copies of these issues can be purchased.) I do hereby sivc notice that unless the snicl arrears of taxes and costs are sooner paid I ivill on Wednesday the Fourth day of August, A.D. 1915, at the Council Chamber, Municipal Hall, on Lot 113, St. 'Charles, in the said rural municipality, at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon, pro- ceed to sell by Public Auction the snid lands for arrears oE taxes and costs. "W. J. WATTS, Treasurer, Kirkflcld Park P.O., Man. You always get a perfect job with "Empire" Corrugated Iron It's made from tried and proven metal. Every sheet is true and straight. Every sheet is absolutely uniform and snug fitting. "Empire" Iron is corrugated by immensely powerful up-to-date machines, ensuring deep regular corrugations that guarantee strength weather protection and durability. Corrugated iron, when good, is the only proper covering for the modern barn. It is tire-proof, easily laid, needs no paint or repairs and reduces your insurance, When you use "Empire" brand you simply' can t help doing a better, easier, quicker and rnoresatisfactoryjob.Itwillpay.youto write to- day and tell us your building or repairing plans. We'll quote you prices that will open your eyes. 30 au c. Rocfc Ud k-faced Siding and CTOrrthing in iltMtnwtaL METALLIC ROOFING CO LTD W W> WINNIPEG METALLIC ROOFING CO., WINNIPEG. Telephone Garry 1450-1451. Pursuant to the Winding-tip Order made by the CourL of King's Bench In the matter the Winding-up Act and in the matter of the Parisian Win Company Limited, bearing- date the 29th day of April, A.D. 1915, the cre- ditors of the abgv.e named company ana all others who have claims against the .said company, formerly carrying on business in the City Winnipeg, in the Province of Manitoba, are, on or before the 20th day of July. A.D. 1915 to send by post prepaid to The Trustee Company of Winnipeg'. Limited, licn.il- "a-tor of the said company, at its ofrice 300 Nanton Building in the City o Winnipeg, their names and addresses and the names and .addresses of their solicitors, if any, and the full particu- lars of their claims and the nature and amount of the securities if. any held by them, and the, specified values of such securities verified by. oath, and jf so rewired by notice in writing: from the said liquidator are to come in and prove their said claims at the time and place specified in said notice, and in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of any distribution made before such claims are sent in and proved. The undersigned Master will, on the 16th day of September, A.D. 1915 at Ii Ta'm" at his Chambers in the Court House at the City of Win- nipeg, hear the report ot the linui- dator upon such, claims of the cre- ditors submitted to.lt pursuant to this Notice, and will there and then adju- dicate upon all such claims as are re- cruired to be proved pursuant to said MORTGAGESALE OP VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY Under and by virtue of the Power of contained In. a certain Mortgage, which will be produced at time of Sale, there will be for Sale by PUBLIC'AUCTION, by Frank Pearson, Auctioneer, at his Auction Booms, 311 Donald Street. Winnipeg. Manitoba, on Saturday, the 31st day of July. A.D. 1915, at the hour of Twelve o'clock noon, the following Property, In the City of Winnipeg, in the Prov- ince of Manitoba, and being composed of Lot Seventy-two as shown on a Plan of Subdivision of part of Lots Forty-three (43) and Forty-four (44) ot the Parish of St. John, registered in the Winnipeg Land Titles Office as Plan No. 1036. The Vendors are Informed that there is on the Property A TWO-AND-A-HALF STOREY FRAME DWELLING, FULLY MODERN. The Property will be offered for Sale subject to a sealed reserved bid. TERMS OF SALE: Twenty per cent, of the purchase price to be paid in cash at the time of SaJe and the bal- ance according to terms and condi- tions to be made known at the time of Sale. For further Particulars, Terms and Conditions of Sale aoply to HOUGH, CAMPBELL" FERGUSON, Solicitors for the Vendors, MO-503 Northern Crown Bank Building, Man. AUCTION SALES BY W. H. McPHERSON Dated at Winnipeg this 24th day of June, A.D. 1915. AUCTION SALE of Household Furniture and Effects Instructed -by t.ho owner, J. will Bell, by Pulbllc Auction, at the residence, 323 AUBREY STREET (close to on MONDA Y, JUL Y 12th At 2 p.m. sharp, the whole of the Superior Household Furniture, including fine Mission Oak Dining Room Suite (comprising Buffet, Extension Table and 6 Malleable Steel Range (in splendid Linoleum, Carpets, Rugs, Rooking and Arm Chairs, Dinner Service, Dresser, Chiffonier, Bedding, Pillows, Cot, Gas Plate, Kitchen Table, High Chair, Mirror, Tools, Electric Iron, Electric Fixtures, Pic- tures, Chairs, 2 Bod Springs and Mattresses complete, etc.; also a fine American Organ. Terms Cash. W. H. McPHERSON, Auctioneer, 264 Smith Street. Phone Main 1781. House- Mission Diningroom Suite K. gan, Sowing Machine, 3 ne, 3 Rangers, Hocsicr Cabinet, Typewriters, Indian Motor CyJ.H Fl at our mart, corner Smith tor Cy. ,nd Saturday, Juiy At 2 and 7.30 Sharp. ComprlslnR 3-piece lor Suite, Mahogany Centre Wicker Chair, C. 'irpc-ts and Mortgage Sale OP VALUABLE City Property UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the Powers of Sale contained in a certain memorandum of mortgage, which will i be produced at the time of sale, there I will be offered for sale by public auc- tion by William H. McPhersoii at his auction rooms, 264 Smith Street, in the City of Winnipeg, in the Province of Manitoba, on Saturday, the 17th day of July, A.D. 1915, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon the following property, namely: In the City of Winnipeg, in the Province of Manitoba, and being in accordance! with the special survey of .said City and being composed of Lot Fifty-seven (57; as shown on a plan of survey of part of Lot Forty-four at .he Parish of St. John, register- ed in the Winnipeg Land Titles Office is No. 1257. The title of said property ,s under the Real Property Act. The Vendors are informed that there .3 a two-storey frame house situated on the said property. The property will be offered for sale subject to a reserve bid. TERMS OF per cent (2U per cent.) of the purchase price to be said in cash at the time of sale and .he balance in accordance with terms md conditions to be made known at tho of sale. For further particulars, apply to RICHARDS, SWEATMAN, KEMP FILLMORE, Vendors' Solicitors. 303 Garry Building, Winnipeg, Man. Dated at Winnipeg, this 12th day of Tune. A. D. 1915. BY JAMES MOORE _ AUCTION SALE OF Furniture and Effects Beds, Bedding, 2 Ranges, Daven- port, etc. at my auction mart, 344 Donald street (cor. on Saturday, July 10, at 2 o'clock. Also a 6-passenger Detroit Automo- in perfect running order. JAMES MOORE, Auctioneer. bile Phone G. 344 Donald St. MORTGAGE SALE OF VALUABLE 24th day of June, A.D. lgDated this (Sgd) GEOEGE PATERSON. Master. NOTICE REAL PROPERTY ACT. Land Titles Office, District of Winnipeg. Notice Is hereby given that on or after the 27th day of July, A.D. 1915, that a Provisional Certificate of Title will be issued to Ann Maria. Law, of the City of Winnipeg, in Manitoba, widow, under the provisions of the above Act, for the following land: Situate in Winnipeg, in Manitoba, and being lot which lot is shown on a Plan of Survey as part of lot 10 of the Parish of St. John, registered in the Winnipeg Land Titles Office as Plan No. 182, sub- ject to all subsisting registered charges, to replace Certificate of Title No. 42240, issued from the Land Titles Office, Winnipeg, to the said Ann Maria Law, which Certificate of Tlt.ie, it is alleged, has been lost or destroyed. Dated at the Land Titles Office Winnipeg, this Oth day of July A.D. 1915. E. D. CARET, Deputy District Registrar Assignees" Sale 'omplete Stock ot Electrical Fixtures, Fit- tings, Store 1'lirniture and1 Tools Ing to the Estate of The Shiftman KlectHcal Co., Limited, Graham avc., Winnipeg-, By Auction will be sold at the office- of The Traders Trust Co., (formerly Xow- ton Bank of Hamilton Chambers, 'Winnipeg, on Tuesday the 20th day ot July, 1315, at 11 o'clock a.m., at a rate On the dollar, the stock-in-trade, fur- niture, etc., oC tha above Estate, Lot No. Stock "of electrical equipment and supplies as per inventory............532.2S3.39 Fixtures as per Hat.....................___ Tools, etc......................._......_............ 1.786.50 IJ3G, 338.94 Terms: Cash, or one-quarter cash, bal- ance in two, four and six months, with In t eras t. at 7 per cent, eecured. The stock may be inspected on the premises, .the Inventory and other infor- mation required, obtained at the -jf tns undersigned. C. H. NEWTON, Official Assignee. Office of The Traders' Trust Co., Bank of Hamilton Chambers. "Winnipeg, July 7th, 1915. Assignees' Sale BY AUCTION will be sold at the office of the Western Jobbers Clearing House, Limited, No. 40 Aikins Building, 219 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg. Man., on Wednesday, the 14th day of July, 1U1.5, at 11 a.m., at a rate on. the dol- lar, the Stock-in-Trade and Store Fix- tures, all belonging to the estate of Esther B. Barker, trading as the Elgin Trading Co., Elgin, Man. Dry Goods, per Inventory Men's Furnishings, per Inventory 956.H6 Boots and Shoes, per Inventory Groceries, per Inventory_____ 508.91 Crockery, per Inventory 19.97 Fixtures.........._ __ __ ....._. CityProperty Under and by virtue of the powers of sale contained in a certain memor- andum of mortgage, which -will be produced at the time of sale, there will be offered for sale, by PUBLIC AUCTION, by Herbert Gray, Auctioneer, at his Auction Rooms, 282 ELLICE AVENUE, in the City of Winnipeg, in the Pro- vince of Manitoba, on SATURDAY, THE 31ST DAY OF JULY, A.D, 1915, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, the following- valuable City Property namely: In the City of Winnipeg, in the Province of Manitoba, being in ac- cordance with the special survey of the said city, and being composed of the west half of Lot Twenty-seven la Block One as shown on a pian ot subdivision of a portion of Parish Lot Twenty-one (21) of the Parish of St. Boniface, registered in the Winnipeg Land Titles Office Winnipeg Division, as Plan No. 1159. The Vendor is informed that there IB situate on the above-mentioned property a two-storey frame dwell- ing-house. Terms of Sale: Twenty per cent, of the purchase price to be paid in cash at the time sale and the balance according to the terms and conditions to be made known at the Linoleum, Oil 1'uintings. ors, .ilorrfs Ch.-iirs, Mission Tables. Upholstered Ann Chair Rockers, Davenports, Odd illusion Dlnlrsroom Suite M ing Buffet, Hound Extension 5s J .and 8 Leather Seated Diner, K '5 Mission and. KVpppled Oak'fiJTM .Hall Stands, "Karn" Organ in fact order, (U .-tops. knM piano Almost new 6 ft, Salesman, cost Dayton fiLv puting Scale, Electric Dome fei Eloctric Light FixluroB, China Brass Vand Iron Beds, SprlnnT'i'l Mattresses, Wardrobe, Bureaus, Withstands, Bedding and Pillows, Steeu 2 New Electric.. Ranges, Cookstovr.s, I-aundry gSV Gas Stoves, Remington, Ton and Typewriters''Desks Soik S China, Crockery Mid Glassuarft cycles, etc., together with a W7 other goods foo numerous lo -V lion. Terms Cash, H. GRAY SONS, "The Auctioneers" Office and Salesroom, and Ellice. Phone Main 15, BY H. GRAY FORCED Off 10 WINNIPEG1 LOTS At Our Mart, cor. Smith and Saturday, July At 12 o'clock i Instructed by the owners, sell 10 lots, 517 fcc-t frontage brief (in one situate in OldTiaiS Park, within the city limits. TarsS one-third cash, balance 1 andJiaw a discount of 5 per cent for allot on sums entitled to credit; title. Pian can be seen at our office. H. GRAY SON, The ;v Telephone Main 15.. I I BY FRED HILSON time of sa.le. The above property will be sold' subject to a reserve bid and free from all encumbrances, save taxes for the current year. For further particulars, apply to MESSRS. SHARPE, STACPOOLE ELLIOTT MONTAGUE, Vendor's Solicitors, 500 Union Bank Man. Dated at Winnipeg, this 29th day of June, A.D. 1915, S5.G25.76 Terms cash, or one-third ;cash, bal- ance two and four months, interest at seven per cent, secured. The stock and fixtures may be seen on the premises and the inventory and all other information may be obtained on application to the Western Jobbers Clearing House, Limited. WESTERN JOBBERS CLEARING HOUSE, LTD., No. 40 Aiklns Building, Winnipeg, Assicnees. The Real Property Act WANTED MODERN HOUSE Central location. preferably with fe-arag-e. Young- profes- sonnl man of standing would take two years' lease. BOX 1077 FREE PRESS. WANTED Thoroughly experienced amateur Photo printer. State age, salary ex- pected and where experience was yarned. BOX 2882 FREE PRESS. rooms, bath, balcony. AiMuh-t Block, at a SACRIFIC possession. f-HONE SHER. 4737. Tenders forBuilding alcony. Tenders will be received up to July E. loth for building a store front cement j and brick, with balcony. Plans and specifications can be seen, at 336 Colony Street. TheTradersTrusf Company (FORMERLY NEWTON NICHOLSON.) Head Office: BANK OF HAMILTON CHAMBERS, Winnipeg. Authorized Capital.............._ ._. ..._ ......_ Subscribed and Paid Up Capital ___ .._, C. H. NEWTON, J. B. NICHOLSON, Vice-President. J.-W. Secretary. W. S. NEWTON, Treasurer Assignees, Executors, Administrators and Financial Agents. BANKERS: BANK OF HAMILTON. Secretary Wanted Applications for the position of Secretary-Treasurer for the- Town of Selkirk will be received up to July 31, 1915. Desirable that applicants should have experience in municipal work, Applications, stating age, previous experience, references .and salary expected, to be sent to tym, Mayor, Selkirk, Manitaba, NOTICE THE REAL PROPERTY ACT, Notice is hereby given that on 01 after the 24th day of July, A.D. 1915, I will, upon the Registration of a Dealing affecting- the land herein- after mentioned, dispense with the production of Certificate of Title No. 217071, issued from the Land Titles Office, Winnipeg-, in the name of John Smith, of the Town of Morris, In Manitoba, Laborer, as registered of the following land, namely: Lot Eight, In Block Three, which lot is shown on a Plan of Survey of part of the Town of Morris, in Manitoba, registered in the. Winnipeg Land Titles Office (Morris as Nio. 15, which certificate, it is alleged, has been lost or destroyed. Dated at the Land Titles Office, Winnipeg1, this 5th day of A.D. 1916. B. D. CARET, Deputy District Registrar. NOTICE Municipality of Cornwallis, Tenders Tenders will be received up to- the Mi-Hi of July for the building- of a road througrh the- Brandon between sections 1 and 12, township 0, range 19, and sections 6 and 7. township 9 range IS. Plans, and specifications can. be seen at the Municipal office. Bank of Ham- ilton Chambers, Brandon. A marked cheque'tor 5 per'cent cost must accompany each tender. The lowest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. D. W, SHAW, ___._.. Secretary-Treasurer. Notice is hereby given that on or after the Tenth day of July. A.D. 1915 a. provisional Certificate of Title will be issued to Arsene Hebert, of the town of Fannystelle, in Manitoba, Farmer under the provisions of the above Act for the following- land: .In the said town of Fannystelle, in Township Nine in. Range Three (3) West of the Principal Meridian, be- ing-Lot Six (SI in Block Two which Lot is shown on a Plan of Survey of said town registered in the Winnipeg Land Titles Office a.s No. 58S. subject to all subsisting registered charges, to re- place Certificate of Title No. 31282 is- sued from the Land Titles Office kt Winnipeg- to the said Arsene Hebert which certificate it is alleged has been lost or destroyed. Dated at the. Land Titles Office at Carman this Eighteenth day of July, H. D. H. KNOTT, ________________ District Registrar. Tenders for Market Shelter Sealed Tenders, addressed to the Chairman, Board of will be received at the office of the under- signed. up to 10 a.m. on Monday, July 12th, 1915, for ths supply of labor and materials required In the con- struction of a Market Shelter on the Ward One Market Site. Plan, and specifications may -be ob- tained at the office of the Inspector of Buildings, corner King- Street and James Avenue, Winnipeg-. Each tender must he accompanied by an accepted cheque or cash deposit equal to 10 per cent, of the total amount of .bid, in accordance with :he city bylaws. The lowest or any tender necessarily accepted. M.' PETERSON, Secretary. Board of Control Office, Winnipeg, July 7th, 1915. MORTGAGE SALE OF VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of the Powers of contained or implied In a certain Memorandum of Mortgage which .will be produced at thu time of sale, tnere will be -offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION BY WILLIAM H. McPHERSON, Auctioneer, at his auction rooms, 264 Smith Street m the City of Winnipeg, lc the Prov- ince of Manitoba, on SATURDAY, THE 17TH DAY OF JULY, lais, at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, the following properly, ALL AND SiiNGULAR that certain parcel or tract of land s uiale lying, in the City of Winnipeg m Pt'e Province of Manitoba, and bejm? iin? Twenty-five in 'slock Two C2j which lot is shown on a PJaii of Survov of part ot Ixtts Twenty-six Cfij Twenty-seven. (27) of the Parish of St TRnnlfafft irJ j-i- AUCTION SALE OF HIGH CL Household Furnituri Brass Beds, Davenports, Suites, Buffets, Wirtg robes, Kitchen Cabinets, Laddors. Trestles, Step Bicycles, Gramophones, 200 SidtiP Fed Dairy Bacon, Sugar, etc., on Saturday, July U At 1.30 p.m., At the Granite Galleriejs, and Hargrave. I have been favored, with its! tions from the owners to lie auction at the mart, as following- goods: Very Fine 3-Piece Parlor SuiM Piece Parlor Suite, Davenport, Rockers, Arm Chairs, Centre Ttw Carpets, Rugs, Pictures, BUP I Sideboards, China Cabinet anJw S fet Combined, Extension DinorB, Brass Beds, Iron Mounted Bods, Springs, Toronto Steel Lounges. Wsrdroht Chiffoniers, Bureaux, Toiletware, Linoleum, Kitchen inets, Tables, Chairs, Kitchen sils, Six Extension Ladders, Irons, Step Ladders, Trestlei, Kalsomine, etc. pair situate on tho above Ian2 The above property will be offered for sals subject to a reserve bid CONDITIONS OF per cent of the purchase money to be D cash at the time of sale and ance In accordance with and conditions whK-n will known at the time of the sale the be e bal term, ae parlloulari conditions MclIURRAY. DAVIDSON WHEELDON, Solicitors for the Vendors 704, Electric Railway Chambers Winnipeg, Man. his llth 7 cords, 200 Sides Pea Fed Barrels of Tea, 50 Bags Salmon, 24 Fancy Clocks, Toaster, Vibrator, Music Player Cigars in Boxeirf-' and 50, Carving Sets, sers, Clothing, i Straight Edges, Filters, etc. Iff, Cash. FRED HILSON, "The Auctioneer for Phones Garry 2434-455, I" do not Bailiffs' Seizures. The above conducted always under cov Largest Auction mem In CtntH BY FRED HILSON 11 ITi not Wanted TEAM OF PON IBS P. NOTICE Company of MlnnaapollB. owners of Canadian, patents No 140235 i of Tnlv ?Sfi and No. H9S4S ot 29th 1913. for Kerosene Enarines. have arranRements with Tlie Western Stt'pl Iron Company. Limited, of W nnf- peg-, undar which they are now manii factoring the devices covered by th" so atent for the Canadian traded F1REDHRPCK G. BRADBURY Corliss Company of Min- d- Tenders for Building bo received at the Full Carload of GeaaH English Rubbered Roofing 1. 2, 3 and 4 ply, at the Granite6'1' lerics. cor. Ellice and Hargrave. I have to offer for private JS Tenders will the erection of a Frame Church at River Heights. Plans and specifica- tions can be seen at above office High Class Rubberoid less than Half of Retjular is an opportunity that seldom FRED HILSON. Auctioneer for Phones Garry 2434, 455. READ THE FREE PRESS FOR THE LATEST NEWS.
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