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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 The Daily Herald, Saturday, March LUMBER For the Best at Lowest PRICES PIONEER LUMBER YARDS Main Yards: Round Street North Ward Yard Westminster Road I I I 1 I AUCTION SALE A car load of unclaimed Furniture, Stoves, Graniteware and Tinware, to be Sold by Public Auction on THURSDAY, MARCH 24th, at 1.30 p.m. sharp 111 the ttig-Yiioaiit Store opposite the Eureka Theatre by W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Instructed by a Winnipeg firm I will sell the above car of positively without reserve, I I Beds, Springs. Mattresses. Dressers and Stands. Extension Table. Chairs. 'Buffets. Davenports. Bed Couches. Single Couches. Gramaphones. 8 day Clocks. Toilet Sets. Sewing Machines. Pillows. Lace Curtains. Tapestry Curtains. Oil Cloth. Linoleum. Kitchen Tables. Kitchen Chairs. All sizes in trunks also valises. Stoves of all kinds and sizes. n> I Carpets. Rugs. All kinds of granite and tinware, positively new. and a great many other things too numerous to mention. This is a chance of a lifetime for everybody to secure new furniture, stoves, etc.. at their own price. Terms Cash. Goods must be removed at once after the sale or on the following day W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer NOTE THE ADDRESS ROUND the Eureka Theatre. Watch f or Phone 585. tllC Red Flag I H: O I I I SB Of Valuable Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, March and 3Lst. A very in- teresting and extensive- programme I has been arranged by provisional 1 committee. On Tuesday morning Mayor Jamie- i son and the chairman of the public school board, H. A. Sinnot will eive; addresses oi welcome. These will be followed by addresses in reply bv 'A. E. Torrie, N. E. Carruthers and Dr. Scott, and an address by the (Hon. A. C. Rutherford, Minister oi Education. In the afternoon, will be the presi- dent's address by Mr. A. C. New- combe and an address by Dr. Broadus on "What Teachers Should Read." First Baptist A. J.j itl the evening there will be an open Prosser, Pastor. Preaching and -pu'b- j meeting at which Dr. A. P. McDLar- lic worship at 11 a. m. and p. m. mid of Brandon will deliver a lecture. Church Services On Wednesday morning Mr. S. Town Property Consisting of Lots 50 ft. x 150 up to 5 acres cncli, hi the TOWN OF KAYMONI) f here will bo sold by Public Auction at the Town Hall, Kavmond, the following Lots and i (to Acreage, Free from'incumbranccs, belonging to the Kaymoiul Land investment Co., Ltd. ON MONDAY, MARCH 28TH i At 10.30 o'clock a.m. Lots Block Raymond S. 9 10..... 15 and 1C____ 9 .Morning subject. "The evening subject, "Onlookers at the Carr will give a talk on 'The Place Cross." Sunday school at 3 p. 'of Nature'Study and Agriculture in! Adult Bible Class at p. TO., taught j School Work." In the elementary j the pastor All welcome. Section, J. E. Loucks will deliver .'address on the curriculum for elemcn- At Wesley pastor, R'ev.l tary schools and in the. secondary sec- T P. Perry, wLll preac'h morning andjtion the curriculum for high schools evening. In the .morals sufbject will be handled by Mr. Wm. Rea. will be, "Thy 'Will "be 'Matt. In the afternoon there will be an and in the evening, "Salvation i address by Dr. McDiarmid and a gen- From the Human Rom. discussion on the addresses of i the morning. Thursday's programme At St. Andrews W. Nvillbe devoted to business. Teachers attending this convention will not expected to teach on Fri- day, April 1st. 1 (5 acres) S 1 1 15- 2 and 3 1 J4 i 64 n 58 77 51 60 63 G4 61 34 5S ...64 ...105 2039 I 2039 I 2039 I 44Si> J 2039 I 2039 I 2039 I 2039 I 2039 I 2039 I 2039 I 2039 I 2039 I 44S9 J 21 2039 1 2039 I 4489 J 4489 J 4489 .1 4489 .1 4489 4489 .1 2039 1 2039 1 2039 I 2231 J 2031) 1 W. Bryden, the pastor, will speak in 'the .morning- on and in the evening at on "Irreverence." Sunday Scthool and Bible Class will be h'eld at 3 :p. m. Or. y an entertaining pro- i HEAD THIS LIST Six room cottage close in cash handles this. Six room house facing east, furnace, and light. .Plumbing ready to connect.; a nice little -SfiOO cash handles this. Three room house, hall' acre tract irrio'ut- cd; very close in south side; a fine little home ready in about days. Trice S'2100. Terms C! f" I n> very easy. nee us mr bargains. PHONE-538 Lonnquist-Sharp Co, Southard Block, Upsairs. Open Evenings. i At St. Patrick's will he :Mas3 at 9 a. m., 'High Mass at 11 a. m., Sunday School at 3