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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PARK SIX TUB DAW LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO DAVID Si SCOTT TAKE XOTICB that o wrll of has boon Issued In Hie Su- preme Court ol flrlllEt Columbia by How Frnser Trust Company nialnsl John Alexander MonigoiMery. Francis Hnvllle, David S. ScoLt and Aliel Charles Noakes for Hie foreclosure of mi agreement of sale dated 12ili Feb- ruary. 1910, whereby John Murray agreed lo sell lo Joh" -v Montgomery, Mho thereby ngrced to imrcliaso f.ots 1, 2, 3, 5 anil C. Subdivision o! Nortli liol'f of South West (limler section 10 township f. Westminster Dis- trict and for specific performance of Eald swot nit nt for rind for an account nn.l Jiiueuient enforcing I'lalnllfts lien for unpaid, mil cancellation ol registration of said ngreement aud for possession of smil land, John Murray bavins assigned said agreement to Plaintiff. Von. Jd S Scott, are joined as Defendant 111 tM action as holder of n roistered norc'imeut for sale from Jonn A Montgomery to you of Lot I, above lo and may cuter an appear- nnec to the said writ al the office.- of iho Dlilrlst Registrar at New West minster, n. C., and in default of ap Iiesrance within 20 days of publlra. ifo't ol this notice the Plaintiff msy proceed and judgment may bo given jn your ntisence. DYTED at Neir Westminster, D. C., (Ms 2nd day of March, 1911. A. J. BRINE. M.-J. Deputy District Tteglstrar 1 at Xcw Westminster. Plaintiff's solicitors, McQuarrlo. Martin, Cassady oud MacGowan, N'ew Westminster, B- C. Ad. U Wrlltcn by Rev. W. F. B-jrns, and read by him at the mornlnfl Sfr- vke! la'l SunH.iv. In commemo- ration of-tho 31st anniversary of the establishment of Iht church. Tho town o in of I.ellibrMeo oivcs roil m'" (Is verc worked as earlv 1SS3. This oralllv Ilien and until ISM was sirup- v called the "coal tanks." But on he commotion or Iho narrow- pauee railway from Tlnnruore lo Ihe "binfcs" rmlte a finnrlihlne vllht'O arose close :o tho mines. The first fosnel service was licld Ly Rev. John M-M.eari. a missionary lo Glbb. Sir. and Mrs, John Duff, Mr. and' Mrs. Iloborl' Nlvcn, Charles Jnrdlnev Mrs. I [odder, Mr. and Mrl. Daniel McKay, Mrs. Raines D. IlllKtiibolhsni, Cbrlsllna McAuley, On October '2nd Mr. J. D. IHfilii- bolliam mill Daniel McKay wero elocle.1 ciders, and Inter Hit) namo ot Mr. Jolin Duff wns added. Tho village grew gradually and tho church iiros'licreJ. -In Hie i'enr 1SS7 Mr. Mclilllop attended the Rcnerul assembly In (be east, nod brouplit wltb lilnl Mrs. MeKlllop, whose life has 'ever since been n ourcp of Inspiration and belu to Ihla congregation. Years of prosperity nntl years of depression caina In varied succession. Strikes nt tile iiilnea were always a cause ol great nnslety, lor His town's life at that lime depended solely on tbo mining Industry. [n the year 1895 the opening ol llio Irritation system eave the town a new life and Iho elnircli llirlved vigor- ously. [11 January 1890 11 became self. he Illnod Indians. The first ]u 1S91 Mr. MeKlllop was 7ed C'liriflian wnrk was begun and became the ECttled minis. October. 1SS6, when a Sunday was es'alnlsk'ed larprly through_ Ihcj por yMIS congregation through Its perils und successes, [n tbo year ISOt, ow of Mr. J. D. .Aluy oi .vr. j. L, There was :io church hiilM-l ratlin lo health, ho resigned Iho field '.vhoro at Ilial lime. 1ml Messrs. Cllmlo llot.erl--on. tw'o furniture makers, klndlv Kra.iled the wm Onlllou5. Aa use of their thou. ami the first S. n- (ho TCCOTAs ot llio life and la day school organized. At Ilie first meelliiB there were precent tnt JN THE HATTER OF AN ORDI- NANCE RESPECTING THE VOL UNTABY W1NDING-VJP OF JOINT STOCK COMPANIES, BEINC "CHAPTER 13 OF THE ORDI- NANCES OF ALBERTA, .1903, FIRST SESSION: :And THE MATTER OF THE WEST- ERN CANADA LUMBER COM- ANY, LIMITED, IN LIQUIDA- TION: Tie Creditors ol the above named Company, are required on or teforo the Fifth Day of April, A.D. 1917. to send their names and addresses and laims t bors of tho Ifite ncv. Charles McKil j lop, more and more hnvo I liccomo Im children. H was a day of smal d ft elreiietli. course hhirsbnl tho betlnn ns of f !m.ant o( aod Chnsllan work. Mr. [Ikmbolhaul Tho tablci yoll hOTC been oclivcly and continuously en- rubsl-aniroprial. paped 111 school work sllire -A Good Soldlcr or Jcsu thai time, and so can clelm the dis- tinction of. haying served longer in this capacity than any other'man In Ibe province of Albena. There no settled minister In those days, but occasionally Anglican. Roman Cathollc-and Presbyterian mis- slouaries came and held services In the Lethbrldge Hotel, the pool rooms, and onco or twice In tbe bar rooms. As has been slated, It IVES In Oc- London, Mnrcli 7-On lichalf of rlsh Nnllonallsts, T. I'. .O'Connor jloveJ hi Iho houso ot coimnonj today lnd, March 'a ilcnth I blow nt llci'uor couunlsslpn houses op- Attorney the. erred upon lier without further ,de-] tills inorntnE introduced n.lilll In Iho otlliuJo of Iho Nation'- tho bill without'notice olisls toward Ibe war uolley. In ro gard to wHlch there was no opposition In Ireland. Tho only criticism of John Redmond; Mr.- O'Connor coullrmod was that ho, us, well us. other leadora I of Iho Nationalists recognized the permission. Tlio house thei Ve'nl'into committee; on jcsolullon. Tho word "Iliiuor ;in tlio resolution has Iho same meaning as nitnched to IL'lir'tlio Snskal'cJiowui iepiyeranco act now before-the.noiiae "docs nol.effect. Iho _____ __ ._ itlller'or .olhe'r'lier serially llceoscd by Iho government' o anaua.' Inscript: Christ." After Jlr. reHrcmcni Gordon (son of Prl Gordon of Queen's, who. was llien lib'orlnE In, Raymond and who hud frequently assisted in llio work here, was called to succeed Mr. Gordon's Induction took'place in 1904. For geven years he carried on the work with ability nnd-success. Dur- ing his pastorate the present church dlfficully of the home, rule acl Into ouerallon during trto b or ,fc Tho remarkable IhinB was that tbe Irish people necoiued (ho delay, they turslcd lo tho honor ol Kngfimd nnd one cnuld hardly Imagine Hint n conn- Iry which was fighting for tho clples of Email nationalities woulil bo so Inconsistent' and unjust'as lo deny that right la IrclauJ. 1'remlor Lloyd George stilt) It was tho government's view that there must be no attempt, at n settlement of tho Irish question which would provoke civil wnr In one part ot the kingdom and send, the wholo kingdom Into warring Ihe great worl' particulars oi their debts and claim to WILLIAM GRAHAM. Accountan of No. .621 Nlnlh Street Soulh, Leth-. bridge, Alberta, of said Company, and It so required by notice In writing from lie said Liquidator or br their Solicitors or personally lo come in and prove lieir said debls or ai'suoh time cr place, as. shall be specified in said notice or in de- [ault thereof be escluded ircm tie benefit of any snch dlstribu ilon made. helore Euch debts arc proved. DATED al LetlibrMge. Alberla, tiis T'n'ncenln dav of February, A. 1917. SHEPIIBKD..DUN'LOP RtOE, Leliuridge, Alberla, Solicitors for tie aliove named No. S. Littuiuaior JUDICLVL SALE OF FARM PROPERTY Pursuant to the Judgment- and Final Order for' Sale In n certain zctlon, S. C-- 10615, in tie Supreme Court ot District of 'Calgary, there will De offered for Eale with tie approbation of Ihe Court br Frank Waddiugton at the Court House 2t lie City of Leth- Lrldge, al lie hour'of 2 o'clock in the afternoon, on Monday, the 12th day ot March. 1917, He followfnE tober 1SS5 that the first Suuday structure was completed, and onened school was organized. In November for worship on the first Sunday In oi the iiras Mr. William Me- Mnrcb In tbe year.1309. In Xovember Keniie. a student from'Knos College, 1611 Mr.-Gordon resigned to become who was stationed al Macieod. and Ihe assistant minister in ono of onr Rev. Dr. Robertson, superinlenflcnl of large eastern churches. At the hc- mlsslons visited the community, held giiiulng of Iho war he volunteered as communion 'service, and organized a chaplain to the 'Canadian army and 000 lo the cost oi the war congregation. Tbe Sacrament ot llio was sent to Ihe front with one of (he m iniian cMTUUS Lord's Supper was dispensed lo ten first ballalious.; There he has ren- It is to-be raised pa 11) b, J Upn Is persons, vfz.: Mr. and Mrs. Charles dered valiant service, recently .11 .nJia of an nmlmlleJ amoun Jardlne Mr and Jlrs. Roberl NIvcn. receiving the Dlstlnguisbed Service and partly by shouldering Mr. .and Mrs. William Stafford, Jlr. Medal. Und -Di and Mrs John Duff, Mrs. Hodder and Neil came Rev. A. G. Cameron who amount of fcnglisb loan as ma> 'Large be requisilo to make up uie. tomi called lo Ihelr re- of Knoi church on Jfarch 1st, 1912. After a sbort pastorate of two nnd a The loan will be In Ihree (ornis half vears he retired- owing lo ill- First. 5% per cent, bonds free of. In-, now lives in ihe east. Mr. como tax at par; secornl, the per London, March Indian EOV crnmeut's contribution of Ta'dng Only One Boi 0! EAirBuip JUanooi, N. S. "It Is thai I wrilo lo tell yon 'if ktiirjils i "Kniit-a. I. was a dreadful suil'cr'er hom''Con'llipatioH and Head- i_wi'i3 inlgcrablo In evtry way. NoUilugSn'tbow.lyofmcuLClnc-sscemcd to help [lie: I finally tried aiul .Hid effect was splendid. After tilling ono boi, I feel DftTf. pcrsoiij- lo liavo relief from those, ilckcmiig DOo. trial siic, 2JO. At all dealer's orscnt postpaid uy Fruit l-tivcs Limited, DUKE AT BRANDON v 0 O v NO EXPANATION OLlmvG, Mnrcti oti'Ic- i oiplautilloir lias yet been CAR J.OT8 OR lust be 6JOd White r Hay and Under Uals for sahlly Jfairy Thaw collaiisoil In St. Maty's Thrco'. noted' a'lionlita aro inahlng llio Cor York District Attorney. Brandon, March panic lby daughter, Lady Miiudo Cavci Jlgb, Ilia Kxccllcntiy (ho Dukc'of DQV- onslilro ari'lyed here nl noon today v formally to open the Manitoba -winter made as to the suspension ol v ini'r, Wllli Sir James Alh- Gerald llroivn, minister ot labor. er Hon. T. Crothcrsj mints- Icr of labor, nor Mr, Drown M'lU ritako a statement anil nn tilr ol mystery surrounds tho >Iciiton9iitl-govprndr of Manitoba, Premier Norrls. Tlilrtj1 members of tho provincial loglslatiiro'Qrc.nlao hero aB-ijuesta'of (lie fair board. May- or Cater' aml'S.' Clenietit, M.P.P., formally received iho Dukq at the C. P." Fiiiid nn aildress ol ivolconie was presented lo him at the hall. r nppoiniea. consisting oi niiniu- incmnp and cer Trie ne'.r building, to be known as Knox church, was onened on Ihe nib. worthy successor io worthy, be- us Ihe ennri'sc came the minister ot'Knox church, lij- nn eiciae chnrge _oi! our roll of reyenuc of i' n ar. H-m iiiuiiui- These' budget provisions -Trill pro known as, Caledonian Hail. Tbe church, which always stood for' [ho rndian couan induslrlM anrt In tbe cf 1S36, Rev. Charles riEbleousness in Ibis city, 3bould cause an Increase McKiliop oi Adamion. Oniario. wns atli not the larscr call came, anli production of India appointed (o lafto charge of the allj we belleVe will not fail to do the __________________' worS. It some months before he V0lk which yet lies before her. I could get release from his duties In ThE Or these faithful ones' Hazel, tbe 5-year-oliI daughter of Ontario, arid In tho meantime a stu- ja tnc pioneer tent the Albert Niagara Falls, .was dent, ilr. Cameron by name, carried iorch'oE truth burning, should be an ivhtle playing -on the Ice Auction Sale Register Farmers or ranchers, If you contemplate having an.auctlor sale of farm stock It will pay you to see Ed. Popham, the Ban one auctioneer, for dates. A sat- Isfled patron Is my best 'adver- tisement. Have had 30 years' experience In raising and hand- ling all kinds cf live stock and know the value of same. This Is the secret of my success as an auctioneer. FOLLOWING SALE DATES ARE RESERVED." MARCH Biirt' Lebar, farm, sale, Albion Ridge. FRIDAY. MARCH Bowersock, at old Barr Hill Post WED N ESD AY, MA RCH 21st C. S. Nobte, annual sale al West Fa'ripi's. W. Nobleford.. Ed. Popharri, The Barons Auclioheer AUCTION 'SALE. OF :WORK HORSES and MULES Three" cars'bf the best work horses and rnarcs that hpvc -been offered-for sa'c In Leth bridge this season. Also B good rriules. "Do nol -forget ".the Bull Salo'or this barn. Bohiiell'.'ltfc 'Lucky'- Will Offer at Piiblli "Xiicllcn on On Thurs., Mar. 1 Commencing at 2 a'cfogk iKarr the following." 30 head of farm Ing from-3 to 8 years'old. Tri'eie horses nrc Alberta- raised ant' Wintered on farm-' ,1: V L I'ALSO SOME NEW AND'SEC- OND HAKD.HARNESS TERMS H. C. HOLLAG L" AucH.oneep; I 'r .'Owner ivlll- 5 .choice'- I d Salc: Barn- about :5Iarcli'.15tliV' on ihe work here.. inspiration to U3 and stlinuJate_ us to 'on Chippavva- Crenk with Air.'McKllIno arrived on the Ecene yet greater endeavors, small girl. The ico broke, hla future labors on the evening of "They climb the steep ascent ol e second oi July 1SS6. At the first. Heaven, _______ irvicc In'the morning Mr. Cameron Through peril, .toil and to twenty-four persons, and Oh, Cod, io us may grace be given another AUCTION SALE and prei one parcel: The West hall of Section Thirly-five SeTen Hange Nineteen West of tho Fourth Meridian euljjECL Lo laies'due Irom and ziter Ist'Jaaaary, 1017, and lo the excep- tions, rtscrratloos and condilloos contained in the original grant from the Crown, and in the Agreement lor Salo covering said lands and issued ty the Alberta Railway and Irriga tlon Company. The Vendors are in formed that tlie property consists 320 acres of uniraprorcd open prairie land; lie saitl properly Is situate aliout eigLt (S) the Town of Stirling and about fourteen (14 miles Trotn the City of "Lethbrldge The sale will be subject lo a Bcrrc blddln? fixed by the Court. TERMS: 15 per cent of the pur chase price must he paid In cash the date ol sale lo the Plaintiff's So and the balance Into Court a follows: 10 per cent. In liinely day 25 per cent, in si months from date of sale with Inte esl at six per cenL per annum, 25 pe cent. In one year from date of interest at sis per cent, per a ministered" Uic Sacrament 's Supper to sixteen persons, [r. and Mrs. Stafford, Mrs. lannah Hill. Mr. and Mrs. David the eTening >Jr. McKiliop to forty- To follow in their train.' The Sunday school had noTr increas- d to twenty-eight, and gave promise farther groulb. On Sept- 12th Mr. McKiliop to 'Claimants and Ci'cditoi's. n the Matter of the Estate of Chris, tian Host, Late of the Village of Coalhurst, in the Province of Al- LonrJon, March A lice WTieeldon, who, wltb her daughters- Miss Anna Wheeldon and Mrs. Alfred Mason and Mrs. Mason's husband, Is on trial charged TvJlh conspiracy to murder Premier Lloyd George anr" 'Arthur Henderson, member of Ibe war I was obtained for poisoning dogg. She admitted that Fiiu aymiraiiilzerl With Ihc conscientious objectors to niillt arj- aervice and aald she was attempt- duly verified of their claim and of. any! inS assist Ibrcc ol thtse oW-clors security held by them, ana after thai! Includln Rner ?on to escape from the date the AdralnlaLralor will distribute "mp 'W they were Interned ihe of the deceased among the to obt2in Uie polsor partlea entitled (hereto having regard desired, she said In order only lo the claims of notice lo lhc wlth wbtch lbc bertP, Miner, Deceased. XoLlce Is hereb; given that all per- sons having claims upon the Estate, the above named Christian Host, ber, 1916, arc required to Ilie with the Trusta and Guarantee Companv, Lim- ited dt Calgary, Alberta, by Uie 17th day of April, 1017, a lull statement FOR SALE! BARGAIN Two seclions ot land, miles [rom 5Ionorch. chss buildings; sood waler. 4 founr hundred and seventy-four acres summer fallow, balance cropped last year, and cross fenced, has produced ovr-r bushels of wheat jasl Lwo years. Orcner Hyes In Cali- fornia Will sell two section? at big sacrifice. Will also sell full equipment, including horses at a low price and easy Ic7ms. Wrllc or wire for price und terms lo owner. HOYT H. MITCHELL 307 Title Insurance Bldg., Los Angeles, California- 63-11 OF 40 Hcnd of Heavy Work Horses anrt JIulcs AT BARONS On SatMay, March it) Commencing at -1 p-m. Shart About half the above are mares. AH gentle and broken. BONNELL 4-LUCKEY Owners STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, ind HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On Tuesday, March 13th AT 1107 SIXTH AVENUE N. .COMMENCING AT P.M. HORSES, IMPLEMENTS, black fielding, 3 old, Welehl'iaOp blnck gelding, S years old, waighl 1000, Iba.; T black guiding; 10 years old, wcldht 1000 Ibs.; 1 cow, with calf lier aide; 3-scla ol double harness (qno almost i act sinijle harness; 1 Wcner wagon, 3 Inch ttres with triple box; 1 truck.wagon' (almost 1 road cart; 1 sulhj l disc; 1 gent's bicycle. Iron teds, springs anil mattroagca; 1 crib; 1'comlilnaLlon. book caaa ami writing dcaU; 1 '6 tllnqra; "I "carpet square; 1 cabinet sewing rntichlno; 1 y. machine; I heater; qtiontUy o( linoleum; 1 6-hole range will closet and. hot (Home bcuum6> dishes; kllchcii ulecslls; kitchen table, etc. TERMS CASH -MRS- P. G. KNUDSON, Owner W. L. WILSON, Auclloriear at Wilson's Auction Rooms, Dominion.Blk., Phone 1023 1 dresser; Ith num. and the balance In two yea has hecn so riled or of which havelcamp from date of sale with Interest al six per ctnt. per annum; or at the opiion of the purchaser the whole may be paid within (CO) days from the date of sale without Interest. In all oilier respects and terms tbr Coniittcns of Sale will he the aland- conditions of sale as approved by the Court. Further particulars wli' he maac known" al the lime anl plsce of sale, or can be obtained from the for the Vendor. George A. Walter, Department of Natural Ftea nurcea, Canadian Pacific Hallwa> Company. DATKD al the City of Calgary In Ihc Province of Alberta this 26ih day ot Januurr, 1917. LAWRENTR J. CLARKK, Clerk of the Court AppTOred: L. F. Clarry, M. LV .Ad. M HENNESEYMLSON THE STOREoFBlG VALUES NORTH LETHBRIDGE CARSiOTHEDOOB PHONE 789. een brought, lo Its knowledge. Daled this 26th day of February, .D. 1017. H. OSTLUNn, Lcthbrldge, Alberta. Solicitor for lho AtSmlrMitFator. 'Approved for three Insertions In the Lethbrldse Dally A. J., J. D. C. NOTICE DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP Notice Is hcrchj given thai Ihc partnership existing between C. Moore anrt B. A. Hrnwn doing business at Monarch under the name oi Moore and Urcmn, has been riiasolvcrl the busincsi sold to The Monarch Trading Co. C. E. Moore has taknn ovtr the Granum business anl will he reapona- Ihle for all liabllLllca against lhat Store. All ou Island! RE accounts In Moore and at the Monarch Ottawa, Mar. Tne. money actu- ally paid (n by Lhc Canadian people to the patriotic fund, passes the twenty mTUIon dollar mark during tfcc month of February. Tiiis ia-an average of nearly three dollars per head for cry man, worn in child In the Do mintoD. At Ihe 'cnj of Febniarv the amount which had been received a headquarters here was Fo alone ihe amount tcdgcfl by Ihc minister of finance, wa The amount paid out b the patriotic fund, up to tbc end o w The Port Arthur commissioner store are payable lo E. A. Rrown al j are serio'.ialy considering ihe advls Monarch. ability of employing worr.fin aa con G. K, MOORK, ductora on Lhfi' Port Arthur strce Ad. O. K. A. BROWN. railway. Unreserved Sale FARM STOCK IMPLEMENTS On FRIDAY, MARCH 16th COMMENCING AT ONE O'CLOCK On Sec. 32-G-22, 6 iiiilcs north of 'and 2 miles pi Miigrath. THE FOLLOWING HORSE3: 1 roan gelding, 5 rears old, weight 1700 1 Ee'dlne, 4 old, ivclght 13SO Ilia.; 1 liay Ecldlnp n years olrl, weight 1350 1 bay marc, 9 years olfl, Ibs.; 1 black maro, S rcara oM, weight 13EO 1 brown S years oW, weight. 1250 Ibs.; 1 bay marc, aged, weight 1350 Ibs.; 1 marc coll, rising 2 years; 1 saddle pony. 3 young cows In calf; 5 hellers, rising 2 years. In calt; 1 slecrs, rising 2 years; 1 Shorthorn trull, rising three' years. 2 McCormlnk binders; 1 JlcCormjck mower; 1 Deerine reaper- 1 riding cultivator; 1 wooden barrow; 1 wagon and rack- 1 truck and rack; 1 disc plough, 3 disc; 1 3ilO wagon and boi- 1 Mill Batn wagcn and boi; 1 wagon and water tank- I ano'w meltcr and feed cooker; 1 round galvanized Iron Block wnk- 6 sets of double work harness; 10 collars; 1 hay rack; 1 walking plough; 1 disc; 1 press drlH; 1 [annlng mill; I single buggy; 1 hay rack; 1 democrat; 1 set sleighs. HOUSEHOLD and mlscullaneous articles loo num orous lo mcnllon. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED TERMS CASH p_3 _ yne abore alock 13 all in. Ihe best of conrllllon and 9bouM meet ihe approval o( everyone good slock. T ,W. PATCHING, Owner. W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Phone 1023. WADDINGTQN'S AUCTION KQOMS S. O.E. Qn FRIDAY NEXT, MARCH 9tK MORNING AFTERNOON AT: 10 a.m. AND 2 p.m. PROMPT "l FRANK WADDINGTON 'INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNERS WILL SELL WITHOUT RESERVE A3. ABOVE A QUANTITY'OF-SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And crrccis Including: Very line STEINBACH PIANO In ma- bogany case, has bail very Illllo use and Is In A 1 order; muslTC brasl bed, comnlele wllh all hair mattress and spiral spring; handiome little bullet snllahle (or rial or collage; 3 piece parlor suite In mission oak; mission oak occasional combination china cabinet; set of 6 oak dining chairs, wllh Icaihcr srala; very handsomo solid oak drosscra, one wllh circular bevelled mirror; eilcnnlng dmlng Inblcs; two handsome sideboards; chest--at drawers; Rplemlld chiffonier'; deer's head mounted on onk shield; nuanlily bt pictures; "Artllc" Jewel rjnge and "Happy cook range, both filled wllb hoi water reservoir; 12 LADIES' PERFECTLY NEW DRESSES AND COAT9 IN SILK 1 CASH- MERE; Quanllly of good cnrpetlnB and carpet squares; drop heart sewing Machine; Kox typewriter wllh long carrlape In Boorl order. Al Ihc morning sale Ihe smaller Items and tha ladlei' coats WIN be old and In the aflernoon.the piano, ttovct furniture. A PR.OMPT ATTENDANCE IS RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED TBfiMS CASH 770 ;