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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TUESDAY, JUNE t, 1915 AUCTION SALES On Wednesday Next JUNE 2nd AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT ON THE PREMISES NO. 1208 Sth AVENUE SOUTH. FRANK WADDINGTON___ Instructed by Mrs. M. E. will eell by Public Auction as above, the Superior Household Furniture e Enamel Chiffoniers; Child's Crib and Brass Mounted Beds. Springs and Mattresses; Spreads; Quilts; :Pillows; Dishes; Crockery, etc., etc. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S Stafford Block On Friday, June 4th (PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF DATE) "-ON THE PREMISES. 1018 12lh STREET SOUTH AT 2 O'CLOCK PROMPT. FRANK WADDINGTON instructed by Mrs. Carpenter, who leaving for England, will sell by Public Auction and without reserve i quantity of Superior Household Furniture Lounge; Occasional Tables and MmhSaSy and O.k Dree.ers; Brass Mounted Beds; Coil wrmii- Mattreases; Chest Dmran; 6-hole Cooking Range, Al condrUon; Dishes; Pictures and the usual Sundries. the White Line Car to 12th St. (Duff Addition.) TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S Stafford Block AUCTION SALE High-Class Furniture T 618 6th AVE. SOUTH, COMMENCING AT 10 A.M. and 2 P. Thursday, June 3rd W L Wilson, Auctioneer, ii favored with instructions from Mri, Edith Webber, to Mil the following without PARLOR One -g-piece Mahogany Parlor Suite upholstered' in leather. 1 Solid Oak Ann Hoeker uphol- stered in No. 1 lea- ther. 1 Heavy Oak Parlor Table. 1 Combination Bookcase and Writing Desk with glass doors and bevel plate mirror. 1 Oak Bookcase. 1 Brussels Square. 1 Oak Jardiniere Stand. Portiere aad small Velvet Rugs. DINING .ROOM .'1 Solid. Oalc.Buffet, well front 'and B. B. Mirror. 1 Bound Dining Table extending 8 feet 1 set of Solid Oak Bitters uphol- stered in leather. 1 MariJe Clock. Injaid Linoleum. 1 Sanitary Conch. 1 pinner get. BEDROOM NO. 1 1 Quarter Cut Oak Dreiser. 1 Oak Waihstand. 1 complete. 1 Carpet Square. i Bedroom Rocker. 1 Mahogany Writing Tafcle. BEDROOM NO. 2 1 fied complete, Brass' Trim- mings. Carpenter's Tools, et'j. All will be sold commencing at 10 A.M. The sale of Furniture and Range will commence at 2 P.M. QOOD8 ON VIEW WEDNESDAY FROM 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M. TERMS CASH WO RESERVE AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 1023 THE LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE AND THE PROPOSED LIQUOR ACT DISCUSSED The time Has come when tllO citi- zens of Alberta are railed won to consider tlio pros ami cons of tlio liquor industry under high license 1 and decide If such (business, wol -con- llrolltxl bv legislation, Is advisable or not Will the province anil people. Lbonetlt most by tlio now liquor law or will they be best advised to vote against it? Ignoring tlio influences of, sentiment, is it good practical sense I to vole for tlio now order of things. wave of temperance sentiment Is I sweeping the whole land, but is it JKOocl judgment that, backs the wive? What effect will it have on the money markets, on financial institutions, on the high prices paid at present for choice malt barley, of which Alberta s as line as asy In tho world.' t effect will it have on the con- firmed drinkers, and on the naturally adventurous spirits of the youth of the province? The new act proposes to ploco the sale of liquor unreservedly in the hands of u political tile laws 10 be administered by salaried em- ployees of such party. It restricts the selling to suclr places as drug stores and government vending pla- In addition it allows every citi- rtain amount of 1.Dresser and Statid. 1. Writing Table. 1 Cane Seated Chair. 1 Tapestry Square. BEDROOM NO. 3 1 Single Bed. 1 Quarter Cut Oak Chiffonier. 1 Carpet Square. Several Small. Rugs. Also 1 Drop Head Miis Terriss, with their company from the Vaudeville Theatre, London, made a trip to the. fighting HneVand with tbe sanction of Sir John French, five a performance to tbe sol- front' Mr Hllliam, the PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. '________ ROMANCE AND. COMEDY AT THE EMPRESS] "The Goose the feature at the Empress yesterday and today, is a superb picture version, taken in j Pianders by the Lasky Feature Film Co of Harold McGrath's romantic novel of that title. Marguerite Clark admirably interprets the part of the i 'goose and is supported by an; exceptional company, while tlie pro-; duction was under the direction of; Fred A. Thompson, formerly of; Thompson R. Dundy, managers of tho Hippodrome, who staged some of the most gorgeous spectacles ever pre- sented In New York. There are other good pictures, in- cluding "A Suspended Ordeal." a Key- stone, in which Fatty ArbilcWe Is in suspense for some time. "The Ghost a play which the principal action takes place In Spain and in the Southern-States, will ho presented tomorrow and Thursday, as well as Charles Chaplin In ono of his famous comedies. W. A. HENDERSON 4 COY. Uthbridgc Medicln, Hat Wlnnipea Chartered AccounUn'i Accountancy in all its branches: Audit, Secretarial, Ad- vlaory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Liquidations. Acadla Building, Lethbridgl Resident J RITCHIE PATBMON, HAY, GRAIN; FEED MISCELLANEOUS WANTS TO RENT_______ VICTORIA MANSIONS offers for ent furnished bed-sitting room, with >rivate bath mid Tree use of coninum- tv kitchen and laundry 1C desired, at i'0.00 per month; also [urnisheil three, oomed housekeeping flat at per at tlio Mansions office, ornor 3rd ave. and 10th Bt. S. TO roomed lully modern ousc on car line, reasonable. Vpply SO.'. Ulh Arc. S. 'OR on 5th St. sidc Wright's Jewelry store, lately wciiplcil by 11. Oalvin. Apply Do- any's TO storey seven room- ell house, fully modern, central, on car line; immediate possession. Rent moderate. City. Apply C. C. Pagnnelo TO modern dwelling, with gas connections; 211 10th st. S.; partly furnished, if W. Downer, Victoria Mansions, or 13. TJo'wman Agency, Acadla bldg.; phone 1325. TO room house, corner ot 2nd Ave. and Sth St. S., equipped with gas. suitable for lodging house. Reasonable rent to satisfactory ten- ant. Apply C. B. Bow-man Agency. Bldg., 3rd Avenue a.; rnone 1325. ___________________ TO 13th St, S., 8 roomed llouse, modem, newly decorated, good garden. Apply at onco to Arthur Hayr, 6th St. S. TO 5 Strathcona Court, uli Ave. S., fully equip- ment. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency, Phone 1325. FURNISHED loca- tion, modern and comfortably lurnish- ivith or without house-keeping privi- leges, at reasonable rental. Miss Smith, fioom 3, Union Bank build- TO room, on line, with'telephone connection; per 816 10th St. 103-ox ROOM AND young men in modern house; good, locality; mod-