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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Daily Herald, Friday, March II, mo. UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF Superior Household Furniture AT 307 BBUNTON ST., RIVER VIEW, ON MONDAY MARCH HTH AT 1.30 P. M. SHARP BY W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Having received in struct Jons from Mr. Moth, trainmaster of the C. P. who has disposed of his handsome residence in Riverview and-is being transferred to Moose Jaw, I will sell the entire contents of this beautiful home, consisting mahogany, quarter cut and mission oak furniture as follows: BmkerBoy One complete dining room set, of solid Early English Mission Furniture, composed of 1 solid Early English ext. table, i, solid Early English diners. I solid Early English dinner wagon. 1 Uutiei with leaded glass. .'.a.- Elfish, davenport. i set, over 100 1 velvet carpet square. 21 yds. Oriental Brussels carpet. 2 tapestry squares. 1 wool square. 4 Axmlnster rugs. 1 Brussels rug. 2 solid oak rockers, leather seat. 1 mahogany rocker. 2 upholstered rockers, leather seat. 1 piush upholstered rocker. 1 sea grass rocker. 1 Eldredge sewing machine, drop head. 4 solid oak centre tables. 1 mahogany centre table. 1 brass centre table, marble top. 1 solid oak Jardinier stand. 1 walnut settee with chair to match. 2 pairs arch portieres. 2 brass mounted iron beds, springs, mattresses. 3 quarter cut oak dressers, with bevel mirrors; 1 complete set of Dickeus' works, 30 volumes. 1 complete set of .Lever's works, 35 volumes. 3 pair wool blankets. 2 pr. pillows, goose feathers. 1 toilet set. 1 screen. A number of very handsome pictures. 1 4 hole range with water front and high closet. 1 kitchen table. Several kitchen chairs. 1 refrigerator. 1 camp cot. 2 large mirrors. 2 carpet sweepers. Kitchen utensils and a great many other articles too numerous to mention. mart Ifthor of It U a M ho tae reeer4 of Mr. "WtAt'ft ttttlT ros i H an, wt "Mr to wUo fto to wofttsV. Ma BM MTOO tfcora ttlos vita UUU Mil MA Tfcor U at ttttt lor Novor Vwrat a tfciM Mini. I ffcoro worom't vosU to M woo to He-vy Traffic Compels Toronto Tralng to in Two feet's) .t Toronto, March the irh to the west ana Jaight wbon, ovlog to the large cumber of 0. P. R. officials were that gets In to the Tnner killing the germs and soothing the healthy tissue. D. D. D. does just this. It and It relieves instantly, if you have never tried it write the D. D. D. Lab- oratories, Dept iL H., 23 Jordan SL, CALGARY TYPOS ASK FOR IMPORTANT LEGISLATION. Want the Provincial Government Em- powered to Loan Money to Farmers and Artizans. Calgary, March Typo-" graphical "Union No. 449, ai a recent meeting decided to petition the prov- incial legislature to enact legislation with regard to two very Important subjects. The object of one Is to enable the provincial government to make loans to farmers, and artizans, so as to enable that class to improve their holdings. The act now in op- eration In New Zealand and 'the com-. monwealth of Australia are; produc- ing very beneficial results, and it is thought that similar legislation will Toronto, for a free trial bottle. We'lfcad to a more rapid settlement of know you will be more than pleased with the result, son, druggists. Johnston and Jack- If You To be in the swim YOU should eat with the crowd at the new the province of the de- velopment of its resources. In the second petition the legisla- tive assembly are asked to pass an act. giving the electorate the powers of the Initiative, the referendum, and the recall. MSSKCtSS KKNBS N