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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .MQXDAY, 1UAUCH 1917 TUB LETimnmr.w PAGE FIVE, JESSE L. LABKY PRESENTS THO9. MEIGHEN AND ANITA KING IN "THK .in.ilH.TO THE HOOK AIL" A Drama In Five Aits. "COL. IIEEZALIAR AND THE DANDITS" A Scream What the Press Agents Say Coming Soon Look for the Dale If You Want to'be Happy1 Go and See AT Till} OJtPHEUM Chapter II. of Iho fitlecrvehaiitcr lolcn llolinca Blr.nal-M.iftual pjuiln- Irarna, "A I.ass of Iho 1 doses with Helen nml IJULo Hear, Iho !Indian llrcman on "Dollar1' Ilolmos' i logl'lilB railroad, paddlllif; down (dream I In a canoo for Hie rceordor's onlec to Amsterdam, London, .Mar. C.- [heal Holmes' afronis (ivljo are racing! Count von nevcnLlow, commenting In them In an automobile. Irat have met! [ilu narlln Tagcs Xeltune on tlio Kim- vvllli a sjicclMiiIar .ifcWcut) In filing lc on Iho homestead' laiiilv d[ Dawpon, whom Holmes' mon llnvo murdn'od In. 'o1' lho cotifllcl of onln- Jlih cnWn. Clmntcr 111. opens wllli ono IOIIB In the United Slates will regret oi tlie most vlcluroflijuo Bccnca evcrlllio administration's Mexican trail Eliomi on a'plinfnii.'.iy two .frfUr describes nerr junini dextrous through tlic 'ranfita Jnan'B action as applying the IUEC of a lio'uhlGiM.lrcwn1 river In (lie fsunerl Iho iiowder barrel and as 'apparently Yosomlle Valley o( northern rnllfor- duo lo lack of knowledge of Slexlco itla. They :nake a Bafo landing and njjrl Mcxlc-an-Ainerlcan relations strike out afool for Ihe recorder's Tho Jlremcn Wcsor Zellane-tt ollico. (ly criticizes atici regrets iJie whole af BROWN In the Hilarious' Laugh Provoker. A Little Bit of Fluff BY WALTER ELLIS 'Produced by Arrangement Herbert. and Anlhony EILIs of the Criterion Theatre London, England. nprlhi? lijr wireless In Say. vlHo, Jlarcli 6, The admiralty jnndc Ibo' .rpllowlng announce- niciU today: "Ocnnan hydro- (tlancs on Die morning at March 1st Si Ijonitis on nier- chant veEtids anchored In I lie on (lie railroad at Gontl success was ll wat-Jiliifja return llamegalo, oJjscn't'd; cd uudciiTi AT THE'EMPRESS I fair. This paper contcuils lltat'der Olltnva, Marotl i hero thai the forlhcoinin will bo of long announced K Canadian il.itn mntur- probably Iweuly years. H is "Fnill-a-flws" Made Him Feel As II On Air ORIU.IA, O.vr., Nov. 28lh. 19U. "For over lira years, I was troubled wUJi Cotiififatio'it fJyoitsiitfH, f.afk cj your sign which read "l-'ruil-a-livci make you feel liko Tills appealed lo .so J decided lo try a box. In a very sliort time, I niivcngooJaiipctilo, relish every thing 1 ertl, find Die Headaches uro goria entirely. I recommend lliis fruit uieJtcine lo all my ffienJs DA.V We, A box, fi for (2.50, trial sire, 20c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-litrs Limited. Ottawa THANK WADDIXGTOiV Has removed to Ihe laroe and cominoiilous storo In Ihe H. 0. E. BuildiiiH', Tenth Street. "BETWEEH THE "Y" ANO THE MANSIONS" Where he 'will continue his Gcnnral Anclionocrinf'' ISusincss THE WEEKLY SALES OF FURNITURE WILL BE HELD EVERY FRIDAY AS HERETOFORE PJIOXU 770 FOR AN AUCTIONEER; FOR A FREE VALUATION OF YOUR GOODS; FOR A 6POT CASH OFFER. FRANK WADDINGTON Where il 'oi1 500 nigbls mid si ill running'. He-Will Make You Laugh. He Will Make You Happy. He Will Make You Forget Care.] ,FiXES NEWSPRINT PRICE I Wellington, .March federal inany'A true policy is the malntcn. Jinc'c of tfood relations wltli tlio Unit- Inlernrnlrd. n9 IL Is, a .Rnlpmlhl cd Stales and asks what use couM an wt. hcailnl liy Ilic Mlllnnl Holhraok alliance with .Mexico be lo oul lllat "lls clasr> lUlnn. "The IlnranlojiRlito mcnt loan Is the most nLtracUve lo Ihe Mmnress tonlphl. unfolds a elnry! 'imusiots on account of its certainty of imforKetlnhln Inlerost, Wnller Nor- TlinrjITrilO FIFTHUM'to go lo a subslanlial iircinluin over lrallQ tommlmlon acccptcil lo.lay a man (Mr. llllnn) Is a ivealltiy I MUI- I KKI after the close of Ihe war, when Iiroposol liy newsprint paper maun- of Iho fast set upon wjibm I I HlLH 1 LlJLJ ULLUlnn Unit-rest rales axaln Income normal, thai II fix n prlcu for Ihcir On ihla Iiasl5 a ten-year f, per rail, proilucl and 52.50 a hunilrcd would Bell at IOS1S- a IS-year' pnunds as a reasonable charge, llleu- five per cent. Issue al 111.20. Bcl- tor In IK-.. lols and for thnct piper., drink halill faatena. ItBcll; apparently nneoinueralilyj N'ornian licfiomos n Rcandtil lo" hla friends nml n yortal outcast. In a final effort to save Him ono of Ills friends Induces 'Norman lo lake n c'rulao on his yacht. Norman returns ft clianeed man. Once mnrc ho Is master o[ hlraaclf. an oncniy Havre, March German gov Ot nsaln lo lils'vlrjs and lakes care the declaration nj- Iho riclglan gov-1 girl sees him Inloilcalcd; DlBgusled, eminent litre, lias by a rletruu iuui.-il she lurns from him. Norman plunRos Fcu 17 tlireatcncd certain liclelan In-; after 'thil will, complete ceuallovlliUB 'AT STA -The ptory "Tho Ilclr to the Hoorah has lo tip wHh-lhrcB. miners yrtio own' Hie richest 'mine In. California'. They decide that tticy must have an'.lieir [n wliorri they. may leave tbclr nnd'Uic Is olccted to marry. This Paramount feature shaivn Slnrlii ml. tonight anil loisorrovv. In I ho cast Mr. MIss'Kiiig nrc Biicli weH-khowp a r Ms Is as II. Rrncst Joy, I'Mylhe .CliRpmnn, U I tie- -B illy Jacobs Increasing considerably Hie number of deported Ilclglan nationals. ATVTHE (Frnm Our Ou-n Onclour. Feb. arltcle In the Manitoba Free Press recently Bug-' oesled thai Lhc C. P. H. would build west froni Estevan near the border, Jolnlne up wlili Lbe LelhUrldge-Wcy-] burn line at sonic lioiiil svest of Clo- Clrls; p'rls, cirls, como- __.....__________ ____ _____ _.. will: lend cachautmenl- lo the When the surveys are com-1 scene.witli.tlio- merry.oixalic Turkish uleto [or such a Imo It will be found i, j musira! --comedy-- production, "The [advisable to run close lo the Interim- lion MMlm nurrel fericral Mln- be-.'lhc Ulonal.houudary, .passiag .'through'.tho Jsler of .Igricullnrc, not Eivc HI- at Hie Jlajeslic tlicflirc Frl- Saeo Creek .ind Onefour selllo- ..couraeemcnt to a .mputatlon that ask- and a LonV-menU, but Insicaa orconnec.lnE with eU ror removnl of Hie prolilb.tton LonB Trall.....Honoluta Ho lino' now under .of oleomargarine, j ..._ __...._ WILSON XDBTH .Loves "Turn Back will RO UBlwcen'thc 5iilk. Ilivcr anl 'llio Calle'd It Lake-P.aliOwW, reaclilng Ihe C, P. R! Dixie "Yaalin Hula at Mllft Ilivcr.'Station.'.This will [ol-. Dnla" are a few of Ihe popular low .closely- the cnarlereu line of tho (hat .yod will, liear. ,-C..'.N.'Jl.''.llirough Southern Alljerla. llshrhntl-airy niusicarfnn' to ucen abanilonel scerifc environmonls 'lhat producer; by tliatfrilKvay cpnipanj-. This uroiioa- IlyaU has the production mounled .on ctl1. line''wiU serve Ihe richest farm- will piss the eye of Iho roost "critical" ing 'dislricla of tho Boulli, un- aud will rie the cause of much com- limited possibilities for development nient with tho patrons of .the show'. In coal, gas and probably oil. Starting Mar. Children 15c Adults, EC'KIIAEDT Presents F. E. DISTINGUISHED AUSTRALIAN .......MAGICIAN AND HIS EXCELLENT COMPANY GOKGEOTJS STAGE .SETTING, STUPEN- DOUS ILLUSIONS, BEWILDE1UNG EFFECTS. GREAT HORSE. SALE C. S. NOBLE'S ANNUAL SPRING SALE T. HELEN HOLMES, THE FEARLESS.JIN Lass of me Lumberlarids Chaplcr'Three of.'this wonderful chapter play. Olher gooc) pictures. TONIGHT Shubert .Film Corporation Presents HOLBROOK BLINN In a New" York Society and Regeneration UTL f T 1 1 1 Cr ?J Ihe Unpardonable bin IN FIVE.GRIPPING ACTS- I iiwfi1 Thpatpp NIGHTS arid IJGDlib !HGdllC Saturday Matinee COMMENCING FRIDAY, MAR. 9 W. B. SHEP''AN PRESENTS THE LATEST CHICAGO LA SALLE THEATRE SUCCESS WITH HYATT AND LENORE -Moon Gii'I Slum NOA'ELTIES SONGS DANCKS GALORE SEAT SALE OPENS ROY ELECTRIC CO., TUESDAY "HAVING SOLD MY FARM i WILL SELL BY.AUCTION, WITH: OUT RESERVE, THE FOLLOWING STOCK AND MACHINERY ON S W. 27-11-22, W. -Ull H. 10 MILES SOUTH EAST OF BARONS, EIGHT MILES NORTH EAST OF NOBLEFOttD AND MILES SOUTHWEST OF ALBION RIDGE SCHOOL HOUSE. On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14th SALE TO COMMENCE AT 10 O_'CLOCK head ot EOOI! work horses consisting of teveral learns of mares and geldings, mostly yonn; stock: Sine heail of cattle consisting of milch cows, hoilcrs anil sleers. A full line Ins machinery, also a Ccw sets of work Imrncss .anil, driving harness. Household furniture. A hundred bushels of oats. About Terms of and cattle half cash, halancc notes bearins S per CEnl. interest, due Octoucr 1st, 1017. 5 per cent, discount for all cflsh on crelil amounls. JIachinerj- and hdiischnlil Foods, sums of S20.0D and under cash, over 520.00 will he given lo October 1st, 1017. S per cent, discount for cash on machinery and household goods. i BERT LEBARRE, Owner JAS. BLACKWOOD, Clerk ED .fOPHAM, Auctionter Prices: Kvcning; 50c 75c, ?li arc-am Maliiicc SaCiirdav UNRESERVED AUGT! A 2. Of Farm Stock and Implements, On Friday, March 16 h 1917 AT ONE O'CLOCK P.M. On (lie farm, IV. W. '4 iiiilcs nnrtli of LcdiUrulgc, liiilf mile novlh of Fiinn. 1 lean tbck geldings, nljciul 3000 Ibs.; 1 loam black geldings, alioiit 2-100 lljs.; J lirown gclAlns. alinut 1250 Iba.; 1 black gelding, ,-iboul- HBO Ibs.; 1 grey liorse, aged; I'biy mnrc; 1 roan mate In teal; 3 tllly colts, rising 2 years old; 2 yearling colls from a Standard bred horse. CATTLE G EOOrt grade milk rows supposed lo.he in call; 2 ilslne 2 years olil Iresh; I Hereford hctCc'r, cal'l at fool; 2 Polled heifers, 2 years old, cakes al [col; 1 rollcil Angus belter, S years old, in calf; 3 erailo Shorthorn heifers, rising 2 years old, in cviH; 1 Polled Angus bull, rising 2 years nM; 1 slocrs, rising 3 years old; sleers rising 2 years nlrt; 6 hnlfers rising 1 year olil; H steers rising I year old; 5 enlvcs. PIGS ncrkshlrc to farrow In April; 2 Yorkshire BOWS to farrow In May. 1 Massoy-Harria bir.Jfv in Eood repair; 2 rtlsc harrows. 1 gang plow; Van Brnnl 22 riisc drill with grass secner attachment, I Overthrow Daln in repair; 2 sweep rakos; 1 snlky rdfcp; I Massry-IIarrls mowff; 1 slilo delivery rako; 2 lumber wagons; 2 hay racks; 1 fanning mlli; I set weigh scales, 2QOQ Ibs.; I feed boiler, -15 Rallcns; anii oilier articles loo numerous lo mention. NO RESERVE AS OWNER IS LEAVING THE FARM TERMS CASH J. A. SMITH, HUGH TAYLOR, I T. S. CROHBIE, Auctioneer. Cltrk Proprlclor WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 I will sell by Public Auction, without reserve, the following STOCK AND MACHINERY on 33, Townslilj) 10, KIUIR'C 21, West of (lie Hh Mendhiu, 1 and -1 Mile Month oi' Xoblci'onl. On March 21st, Free Lunch .to be served from 11.30 to 12.30. Sale to start promptly at REGISTERED STALLION AND MAKE Mr. Noble will o[ hl3 regltiercd stallion ancl marc, 1700 Ibs. each. Thh Is h well matched pair and ore Imlli workers. Tho Bfalllon bus taken prizes nt varloja shows In Alhcrta. 82 HEAD OF HORSES 1 span black eclilluea. 1SOO Ibs., 5 years, old; I'sjian black geldings, 1500 G years old; 2 span black geldings, 1400 12 years old; 1 span black mares, 1-150 Ibs., 1 years nld; 1 span It lack ftddinsv 1J50 Ibs., 4 years old; 1 span black geldings, 125t) 3 years old; l span black mares, 1200 Ibs.; 3 years old; l span brown inures, 1300 Ibs., 7 years ottl; I Biian brown mores, 1350 Ibs., S years old; 1 span brown geldings, 1350 Ibs., 6 years old; 1 span hay geldings, HOC Ibs., 5 yeara old; 1 span bay geldings, MOO Ilia., G years old; 1 span bay gpMInjja, 1500 S years olil; 1 sjian bay Rddings, 1400 5 years old; 2. span bay KCldlugs, 1500 Iba., 7 years old; 'i span bay gcldlnga, 1COO Ibs., 1 years old; 1 span grey gclilJngd, 1400 Ibs., 1 .years old; 1 sptin grey 1-iQC lba.f S years old' 2 sorrel geldings, 1200 HJB., 5 years old; 3 sorrel -_ geldings, 1300 ages and 1; 1 sorrel mare, 1300 D years old; 1 span bay ycltliugs, 1450 Its., 0 years old; 2 span bay marcs, iSOQ years old; 3 span bay marcs, 3 years old; 1 Bpan bay Ibs. 3 years old; 2 span hay geldings, 1300 Iba.; 3 yeats old; 2 span bay geldings. 1250 Ibs.; 3 years J span years old; 2 span bay foldings, 1150 Ibs. 3 year's 1'sjiaii bay mares, 1350 lbs.r 4.years oU; 1 span bay ma'roa. 14QD Ibs., G years old. In ottering horses for sale Mr. Kohle wishes Lo announce to Ihe public that he hag hold during the past year, three auction sales, eacli lliuo for tho purposo of disposing of Ihc least desirable Dorses, lie now nos on his farm the best slock oi farm 'horses in 'Alberta. The above S2 head of horses anJ mares now-being offer- ed for sale liave either been groivn. upon hia (arm or bavc been, carerully selected from the best horse breeders in Alberta, The arc all nicely matched up and full of strength and vigor and w.cll broken. "This" is'nn opportunity to gel horses that., arc ready for html spring work. At each of his pnsl three auction sales Mr. Kolilo has en- deavored to point out any defects in character or constitution of each horse but can stale that thn above described horses iro abso- lutely free from nil defects eo tar as his same noes. Each team will bo set up for aalc separately und will be vrithout reserve. This is a- gootl opportunity for anyone u KGt escelleiit tlonbt sell at prices that will suit the snialD fnrnier ami the large dealer, anrt will make a very good investment as a large of these horses are not fully developed, although WCIV and 'will an opportunity for, for gooil workers and at-the same timo tor horses that wilt rap'iil.lyinilVance'fn value. A SMALL QUANTITY OF MACHINERY WILL ALSO BE SOLD, INCLUDING SIX BINDERS AND NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES SATISFACTORY-'TERMS'WILL BE ARRANGED AND MADE .....KNOWN AT THE SALE C. S. NOBLE, Owner ED- ROPHAM, Auclloneer Motion Sale On Wednesday, March 7th, AT ONE O'CLOCK Ou the i'aviii of J, J. Tiffin, half of Section and half inilcs south cns( of City. ot.browii hiarcs, H antl yeara old, In foal, about 2SOO His.; 1 ruatchcrt team or bay marcs, S ami D years old. in foal, altout-3000 Ibs.; mure, S ycara.old. about 1500 )'ba.; .1 malclietl grey tcnnij o nnil G years old, alioul 2400 Iba.; 1 roan raare S years old, IIOO Ibs.; 1 black marc. 4 years old. 1200 supposed lo he foal; 1 matcliFd Icam G[ niarea, rising 3 years old, about; .2100 1 team roan geldings, A, anil old, about' 2700 Ibs.; 1 grey geldings, G anil 7 jean.old, abovit 2200 Iba.; 1 brown S years'old, 1300 I bay gelding, 1 years old, UflO'ibs.; I drown ficldms, 5 years old, weight nliout 1500 Iba.-, 1 grey gelding, 3 years old, weight about 1250 Ibs.; 1 black gelding, 3 years old, 1100 Iba.; 2 grey gcldtnsa, 3 years old, weight nbtml 2200 lba.-t 1'grey saddle horse, 5 years old. about 1100 Ibs.; I bay driving horse, 6 years ohl, about" 1100 Ibs.; 1 loam geldings, 3 years wclglit 25QD Ibs. These horses as advertised are all broken. All (hoso: mares arc bred to Hegislcrcd Percheron stallion. i Bcrskhlre lo farrow In April. cow, 5. years' old, milking new; 1 lo be (reah shortly; 1 calf; 1 registcrwl Shorthorn Durham Bull. 2 years old. (rack imgon; 1 niQivinc machine; 1 hay rack; lumber wagons and grain tanks; 1 democrat wagon; 1 single buggy. and shafts; 1 manure spreader; 1 side delivery hay rake; 2? eels double team horse power engine; 1 stock saddle and 1 gnsolino cnsinc. Silver Wysnclotlw, silrcr laced. bcda, parings and maMrcasea coinplelc; 2 oak licff room suiLca; 1 bed room suite; 1 Inrgc extcnsijn Uble; 1'oafc sideboard; 10 dining chitlrj; 1 kitchen lable; 1 sofo; I cook rango; 2 healing sloven; L KEnscr sewing machine-; Email rugs; 1 oak- rocklnR1 rbalr; I Morris chair; rhilrVs high rhafr; washing niachiua; churn; 2 clothes basked; I refrigerator; 1 bread mlrer; oak parlor centre table; 4 scls; milk pails nn.i inllk csns; C lamps; 1 Illn- man milker, 2 units. Everything will be Eotd ns the proprietor has rented his farm.' TERMS CASH _ J. J. TIFIFN, Prop, JAMES A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER ;