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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Moiiday, Mai�cli 24,1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Page 3 UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE -OF- FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS -ON- WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1913 At 1 o'clock Sharp, at Moore Bros, Farm, 7 mllss southeast of Uethbrldge, S.E. 14 Sec. 13, Tp. 8, Rge. 21, known as the ' OLD WINDMILL PLACE 1 Mare .10 years, weight 1350Ib8. 1 Mare 8 years, weight 1375 Tbs. 1 Mare 7 years, weight 1300 tbs. 1 Mare 11 years, weight 1250tbs. I'Geldlng 5 yrB, �s.-elght 1275tb8. .1 Goldlng 5 yrB., weight 12B01b8. .1 yeldlng 3 yrs., weight 1300tba. 2 Standard Bred colts'by Cork, 2 yeaa-s old, 1 Draft yearling colt. 1 Gov;, good milker. 5 Brood sows and young pigs. 3 Store Hogs, 126}bs. each. 100 Chickens, Leghorn and Plymouth Rocks, '., ipi"-, of potatoes in collar. , V jot gindQr,s. , 1 MeCormlck drill: ''�'n.; plows 2 Discs. 3 Wagons 2 Sets Harrows. Potato t^lanter; Potato Digger. Two-horse Cultivator. One-horse Cultivator. .Afower and rakq, 12 Sets harness Buggy, horse breaking cart. 1 AVrought iron range and a quantity ot liousehold furniture. TERMS-.AH sums ot ?2C.O0, and under CASH. Over that amount 25% loash, balance 8 months, credit on furnishing approved joint notes at eight per cent discount for cash on, all credit amounts. Hogs,' Chickens and Potatoes cash. Everything will be sold as the owner is -giving up bushiesa.' ' J, B. MOORE,'Owner. J. A. SMITH, Auctioneer, This sale was advertised for March 19, but postponed on account of the weather. OPENING SALE C. J, Eekstorm's New Sale Barn, at the Ball Park, on FRIDAY, MARCH 28 At One O'clock Sharp 21 Geldings, 4 to 8 years of age; wrelghlng 1400 lbs to 1800 tbs.;-all broke.  ' ia'Maroe, 4 to 8'years old, v.'eighing 13O0 to 1700 tbs. Four Matched Teams, weight 3000 to 3250. ' ' .1 Grey Percheron Grade Stallion, 5 years old, broke .to harness; - - welght'1600 tbs. Sure for service, 1 Black Percheron Grade Stallion, rising, three years, 1500 lbs. A number of other horses will be offered. e.st song 'successes in her winning way.  Miss Elliotte has created a veritable sensation here, and is well worth hearing fpr she is an entertain: er of the top, notch order. Wednesday's great feature will be a splendid three reel" production of "The iVItfn from the Outgide." fuller particulars of which will,be annpunc: ed later.' '� ,' . - The much talked of presentation of 'Tolstoi's Resurrection' will be shown at Starland in ,'he very near future. * *  "Mutt and Jeff" at the Majestic The critics on practically every newspaper in every city In America and the public alike are agreed that Gus Hill's production of the "Mutt and Jeff" musical comedy based on the celebrated cartoons of Bud Fisher, is the most popular entertalment on the boards this season. The offering was a veritable "scream" last year, but being rebuilt for the present tour, with new music, songs, coaturaes and scenery the show is even beter than before and one that pleases and satisfies even the moat exacting theatre, goer. Fifty people comprise the company which Ous Hill is sending here this year, and every one of them was selected for his or her particular fitness for the part" to be played. The P'riucipal roles ot "Mut and Jeff "are in such capable hands that their very appearance on the stage is the signal for an outburst of uproarous laughter from the audience. Not only are the lines which tall to their lot exceedingly funny, but their actions and mannerisms are enough to keep one fairly convulsed with merriment through two and one half hours of clean, fast fun. There are two minor love stories in the plot of "Mutt and Jeff" which lend the necessary thread of romance,' but which are not aufflciently prominent to interfere with the fun that is going on all the time. Fourteen snappy and tuneful song numbers comprise the musical score in addition to the opening choruses and ensembles. "Spanish Moon" sung In thoJast.act in the Nlcadorian palace yard, is a particularly pleasing gem with just the right sort of sentiment to fit liv with the rest of the piece. A big girly chorus of pretty young women, handsomely gowned perform graceful and insinuating dance numbers that invariably provoke repeated encores., "Mutt and Jeff" will appear at the Majestic on Friday and Saturday .next.: Seats now on sale at Kenny and Al-lln's drug and book-store. At the Morris The management of this popular playhouse have arranged an excellent Easter programme tor^tonlght,, The big feature for the evening will be a fitirring drama, entitled, "A. Strange Case." "A Will and a Way" is another strong drama by the Than-houser Co., and Is the, story .of ahot-. tempered old man, who. disowns his daughter because she;marries .the man she loves. .; "Two of a Kind" is a splendid comr edy, the picture Is full, of .funny situations. , - ' "O, Such a Nlghtr' and "Marriage a la Carte" are both very funny com--edics, which should arouse roars of laughter. . > The" prices for tonight are -ten and fifteen cents. Don't ml&s this splendid programme. . r-. Monarch Theatre Patrons of the Monarch will liall; with delight the appearance tonight and tomorrow night of another Bison 101 feature,'. "El Oapltcd arid, the; Land Grabbers." This feature is fully up to the standard maintained, by this great western company, and'is sure to pkaae. Two splendid .dramaa and a howling : comedy, with the world's famous Pathe'sWeekly," com plete a really good five-reel programme. In this connection, our pa^ .trons will be Interested; to,learn that this Animated Gazette will be ruu at the Monarch regularly on.Monday and Tuesday. . � ; To-day &-BIG FEATURES-8 Including "A REGAINED REPUTATION" A Gripping Drama; See the Ex- ; citing Chase of Auto vs. Motorcycle. OTHERGRT3AT ATTRACTIONS" ALSO / MISS LOUISE ELLIOTTE "In Her Brother's Clothes" Singing Latest Song Succesiea ' ' WBDNEISDAY "MAN FROM THE OUTSIDE" 3 Reels : �. ..... it; � COMING "TOLSTOI'S RESURRECTION"'; Morris Theatre BIG EASTER PROGRAM' (a)- A STRANGE CASE, A drama featuring King Baggot, (b)-A WILL AND A WAY A splendid Thanhougar. Production. (c)-TWO OF A KINO A Rich Comedy, (d)-OHI SUCH A NIGHT, and MARRIAGE A LA CARTE The Two best Comedies ev�r shown in the olty. PRICES: 10c and 15c. Watch for the. Return of the BOSTONIANS Monarch Theatre TONIGHT 1.--El Capltan and the Lsnd Grabber, 101 Bleon, Western  feature. 2.-Standlna Room Only. Roaring.comedy. ; 3.-The Galley Slaves, Romance . A Great Picture.. 4,--What the Bell Tolled 1 Beautiful drama. R.-Pathe .Animatsd �.V-ek!y 10 cpnts and IS cents BAR TO BANQUET Arrangements are being- toade 'bsr; the Lethbridge -Bar; Society to hbld^a! �banquet; sometime the nearfutur^, in honor of Judge. Winter of" the -Dlsi' trkif:;court, 'who;.goesato.Cftlgaryv^aa junior judge, andjto weloom*;Judge Jaokson,: who succeeds Judge "WJateri Judge Winter lias, been :aekedi "to 'let the-.Law, Softlety know^ wlien*'he' will b.e leaving and when Ji^dge ^fackscn' may :.be; expeotedfi^a'ndKthe-! l^anque't' will be arranged to sul^ their convenience. The Macleoc^ Bai; Society has beini atiked.-. to'^vjolni. ^Ith 'th^llop'al :',s6-'Ciety Itt holding a joint banquet here. Rev. W.J. MAYERS AND Dr. Barnardo's MUSICAL BOYS Y.M.C.A. Auditorium LETHBRIDGE THURSDAY, MARCH 27 ' At 8 O'clock Admission 26c and 35c. Popular Lecture-Talk on Dfi;;-Barnardo's splendid ;Llfe-Work;i" for the Children, with unique- COLORED PICTURES  - NOVEL AND ATTRACTIVE! : MUSICAL SELECTIONS , on Handbells, B�gplpes, ;Miindo.4s lines, Xylophones, Ocarinas,:Cor^i* nets, etc. CollectIon;for theBar-te nardo Work. T Come and See, Hear and Help it when Judge Carpenter and Judge Mo- i ^jTell will also be Invited-to be preV'f.'f ent. Tilc mat'ter iB now in the harids'Mf' of a committee.' "'k'jSl ---------- FRANK OLIVER GOING HO^^eIS:r .^Winnipeg, March 22.-Hon. Pranlf'' "Xi OUvel* arrived today from Otta-wa, an'd^,.-s^ goes on to Edmonton tonight.'', FOR S.^VIjE'I On Sixth Street South, neari'j car barns, one two-Btorey houpe,',V'l eight rooms, fully .modern,,^ bright and up*to date.," ^ $3,500-Sniall Cash ' Payment^" Will Handle . .-Fpr particulars apply t(>-~-. C. C. Pagnuelo Gd. PHONE. 643 ft' Farm Shaii Beautiful level 1-4 section; near Iron Springs. 80 acres'brolc-.! en; all fenced, good buildings, ' $1,950.00 , : $760'cash'and assume exlst-^, ,lng ,loan> of �1200. " The Dowsl^y -Land Sherlock 1^: Co. 16 05 40 16 ;