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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta the l e tTh B r llii J ?!) a't l t h1^ r At f> tements on Tuesday^ April 6th |aT one o'clock SHAm^ kwTU ,1 west aUARTER of 23-9-21. * I (THREE MILES NORTH OF THE EXPERIMENTAL FARM) pThe Proprietors are flivina up farming and everything must be old. One Bay Team, 7 and S years old, weight about 1300 lbs. One Black Team, 7 and 9 years old, weight about 1400 Its, One Bay Gelding, 7 years old, weight 1500 lt)s. One Grey Gelding, 10 years old. welffht^lOOO n>s... One Bay Mare, 5 years old, weight 1100 lbs. One Bay Mare, 4 years old, weight about 1200 lbs. One Bay Mare, 3 years old, sired by Hackney Stallion. One Bay Mare, 2 years old. Standard bred, sired iby Sir Good-fWu. jAll la good condition. , , , * Implements and 100 Fence i. Posts and Wire. 2 Mowers, Massey Harris maie. 2 Buck Rakes. 1 Hay liake. 1 Sulky Plow. 3 Sets Double Team Harness. 2 Lumber Wagons. 1 Potato .Cultivator. 1 Disc. 50 Chickens.' 4 Diicks. .' Numerous other articles. T. S. CABLE-E. J. PARDEY-PROPRIETORS. TERMS CASH. J- A. SMITH-AUCTIONEER. 'Auction Sale Farm Stock AND Implements At the Lethbriclg:e iale & FeiBd Bai'n on � Sat. April 3rd one o'cldck sharp. if 30 head Mares and reldings from 3 to 8 ^ears old, all broken, >k4: Wagofjis, 4 Sets-of aul)l|J;|flariiess and Siiiffle Buo'gies. ^75 ens. good Laying eedPdtatoes 15 tons of G old Coin d 20 tons Eeliance, efuUy selected and ,ud picked. 'Jgrms Oaslv. ; A.SMITH,  - A AUCTIONEER. .J.DODDS, Phone 1552 and h�r i(is6u^laneK.ta'&di\^.Ut^ tive picture and carried th6 plaH through to an interesting finish. There is much in the piece to commend itself. Barring the principal there was not much scope for histrionic ability in the other characters, most of^these ao-duitted themselves well, notably Miss Grace Johnson, as-Miss Ethel-Chickes-ter,.Mr. Guy Harrington as Sir Gerald Adair, and Mr. UliaVJeg Pe.Vt;or as Al-aric Chickesler. .*8 a show at popular prices, "Peg 0' My Heart" Justlfled its presentation and in this respect excelled many others where the box office price was greater. ARGUS. MANAGER Transfer ^hone rwful and Prompt Service |�unpaign is on for the organiza-?-df tailors at AJbany, N. T. "THE CHOCOLATE SOLDIER" Returns to Majestic for Good Friday and Saturday Next "The Chocolate Soldier" will come to the Majestic for return engagement on Friday and Saturday next; with special matinees on both days, when the. m^^terw.ork-of, Oscar Straus wiri te''interpreted^ i]by ^a^ie Whitney Opera Company, the. sBJue organization as gave the opera tor a whole season at the Casino, in New York, 200 per-forinal^ce^v irii SChi?)igo, two years in l^n'doii,' isCndxswbich; Jias created . an eqiii^l senisatl'on !n many other cities. Not. since Gilbert and Sullivan's days has a comic opera' achieved the success of "The Chocolate Soldier", and the,answec Is not far to seek. Mrs ^Whitney's casting o� the opera 1 was considered almost perfect, but | (or.fjtihSj S8k& of'-Its^ better' all-around pre^iferititlonV h�f UaSi. this year made a irjmtfer of-changed in the; cast, so that he considerstbe'Wbitn.ey Opera Company today the finest organization of its kind In the country, and he believes that, theatregoers will endorse his opinlofl. An - entirely, new investure of scenery and costumes has been brought from Bulgaria for the production here. I^y playing return engagements . in the principal Canadian cities, where this company recently-scored such remarkable'suceeSs,'It has been made possible to offer the famous comic opera in its entirety with the same treat i:ast, projduction and orchestra as' seen here .before, at popular prifies ranging from Sl.OO to 2oc. This 4)as only-been achieved by the fact of the great saving made in railroad fares, and'the company hare decided to give theatre goers the benefit of the-saving jjiade. i -'asa�,viSry>Jiitgfito.Jijerf^^ -are now selling at th.e Hedley Drug Co. ''PeB''''0' My'We'�rt"''Vt the Majestic Was a Pleasing Performance A pleading play.', woven round the name.natt. is wjiat may be said of "Pi!g:0' My Ile^rt," produced at the Majestic Theatre last night. And no betjLer '^eg" cQuM Ijave been found tiia-Bf 'XrfsS'^fesyiV-SiacAliister. ' She was the Iff^ and soul of the piece and the other characters were subsidiary Iq the making of a plot'written round the , principal by. the author. "Peg O' My Heart" Is a simple story prettily told. The wild Irish character of the heroine, hrought from a poor home in New York to stay with aristocratic relations in iJondon, gave occasion for many situations which put to the test the ability of Miss MacAllister. In these she certainly scored, delighting the audience with a naivete that was charming. Her acting was at all times engaging. "Peg"' with ber strong Catholic faith, her abhorrence of the codes of society, her love for her dog Michael EMPRESS � f Keystone night at the' Empress at tracted a large and well pleased audience. Sid, the original Clihplini was in his usual form. His humor 'was equal to that of his brother Charles, although of n different character, and his s'iolght-of-hali^ wiis ;: as goOfl' as that of many protesslorials. The other pictures were first class, and the entire urogram was up to the usual Empress standard. The urogram will be repeated tpnight. ,exc,ept,^that Wo.tik. ' ' at cliolce irrigated laM-ltlifdoil^iKiipe for potatoes and garden truck this spring; 15 mlnutfea' waI>t.,.Jrom:,;.caT line; price right and terms:reaaanable. Ayplyj to Box 6 Heraldtvf!; 88-� land )for sale FOR TRADE-Well imvjp'lM % aec tlon o� land one mile^frpia^Jtown/,tor house in city. Alab - UiKnaCtlflii with well, fenced, shaclt, good bai^n; 80 acres broken, foTrhouse pr�p�rty. Room 8 Macdonald-,1^l6c)[,-:Lethtj�aKe, Al'berta.' ' 'J' .  '..ffO-0 saEe^^SIB^S WANTED--To trade equity In quarter section near |i'oremoat; three roomed' house, stable and well; 80 acres'broke. Will accept sma.ll_,pilace in, Taber." Address with full particulars to TSok 19 HerSld Offic^: ' ^' '> f 'm-6 li'OR EXCHANGB-^WUl exchange an International wagon, almo8tA:^ew, for hay or, oats. Apply-T.i.S. Fetterly,, 334 , .6th St. S.' , sale or, will. ex-',i-change. preferably '.for- hordes; '� His ' good stock,-can'lje seen at the farm..;: Noble Foundattoii Co., , Ltd.l .fNfofiie- " ford. Alta; ; / ' '' ?B-r-0 V (OfWitf-iAkt. m.*y Bf fvrsat t>(�iirAi 25 vy.ords. 2S oenia an insertion. Six insertions for the price of Four. MUST Bt PAID IN ADVANCE. FOR TRADE-6 room fully modern house to tratje, close in. Will con-General-servant. Must ibe berta-,La,nd Reg stratlon District as good plain fence.ls In poor condition. Spare time m?iy be uped; International TERMS:;' Bible ,Rfeis.. Company,.. 182 Spadlna The purchaser is at the time'Of sale Ave., :g^6r6nte. ..j' . ,, , .,-No. 40 to pay down a deposit of ten per cent. -'-^-- TO BENT-An eight roome^ furnished house. In good location; not far from car line. Apply to. Prouse, Union Bank, City.   ': ..91-6 rrf ifho mirrhHse nrice to the Plaintlfl WANTED-A cbihpetent raaie .^rte^Xio^tlndCrem '^f'^''''^::^- the purchase price is to -be paid to the r^J?;^,�^^,,^.^'�'^ Clerk of this Honourable Court at the handwriting to Box 40 Herald. 80-Ox male ibook ex-own MASSAGE. SUPERFLOUS HAIR REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-Miss K.M. Holmes graduate ot the Pennsylvania Orthopaedic institute, Medical. Massage and Gymnastics (Swedish), Electrical Vibratory and Therapeutic Ligbt Treatments, Electrolysis and Sham-pooiog Treatments . given" by sp-polDtment only. Room 1. Hull Blk. MEDICAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Special rates g^v^ en on application. . 1224 7th Avenue Bouth. Phone 746. T S FETTERLY-Leading Funeral Director and Embalmer; also agent for the Somervllle Marble & Gran t� Works, ot Calgary. Office opposite Coiirt House. Phone 561. Keai-dence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone 1176. Open day and night. _ FARM LANDS FOR SALE S-^NiR % Section 26, Township DhfiS.B. % Section 16, Township 2, Range 15, West 4th. 6, Range 17. West 4th. UNDERTAKING DR. W. S. GALBRAITH^^Physltlan. Surgeon, Accoucher.' Hours' 2-3; 7-8 p.m. O'fflce 914 Third Arenue. Phone 1253. ' ', DR. McNALLV-109 Shertock Block. Residence 1266 Sixths Avenue.. Office hours 11-121.1-8; 7-SiSO.' Office-Phone 319; Residence 1090. DP. TAYLOR-Ea.% Bye. Nose and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours 10-12; 2-B; everijhgs by ^pi, polntment. Phones: Office'541,.R^^ uideuce 593. DENTAL S. Y. HURST, EMBALMER & FUNERAL DIRECTOR-803 3rd Ave. S. Phone 1802. Open-night day. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPP8, EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience Hon-ou^s Certiacdte MT. A.ssn London England. Reference to the leadmg musicians of the city. Phone 1168. 1253 6th Ave. A South. DR. M. J. GIBSON-DenUst, graiduate ot Royal College of Dental -Sur'geohs, Toronto, and holder of a .Dominion.  Dental Certificate. Office:  Booms 5 and 6, Bryan Block. .Pione ,l'�71i DR. L. T. ALLEN-Dentist.fauccesso? to Dra. Courtlce & GilchMBt)-r-Crrad-nate University of Maryland.- Rooms 8 and'9, Macdonald .Block Phone 1165, Lethbridge. Alte. - -17()M>' OR8. MARRS AND MARR&-lientisfE Successors to Drs. Stewart and Mc-Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, HIglnbotham Block. Phone * 374. ' DR. E. G. 8IMM0ND8-D^nti WILSON & SKEITH Agents. Lethbridge, Alberta. W. L. WILSON-Provincial .and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales, of, all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and f^rm sales ar specialty. Office at the jVll^on.Furniture Co., 404 13th St.'N, ;,Phone, 1023. Residence Phone ,585. Downtown office at the Lethbrldge-Woy burn Realty Co. Phone ,1173.. hay, grain, feed BALED HAY- & STRAW-Seed Oats, thoroughly cleaned, high germination test. Feed ot all kinds, carloads or less. ' Inquire for quotations. Storage space for-tent. Frost proof basement for perishable goodp. Hyde & Saund6rs. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112;  � - 73-^ WESTERN HAY, GRAIN AND PRO-. DUCE CO.-Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of Timothy, Alfalfa, Blue Joint and UplacdiHay; Straw, Oats, Bran and Feed. . M. McMahon and C. McClenaghan, 2nd Ave. South; Phone 496, Lethbridge,-Allberta.  , - .-73-0 FOR SAHvl5j-0'ne-gas;^Tahge'and also one coW-raii'ge/'tofiVViiearly' nev^, jat 1230 51^1 ^ve. S. or Phone 640 " 87-^0 PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Office-C. P. R. Freight Sheds ; r Office : : 1163 'PHONE* { Office : : 462 Stabiaa 1664 SEED;GRAIN FOR -SALE - llibr-oughly 'Cleaned, Banner seed oats and MarquiiB Vheat seed,, for sale. The Noblefdrd Foundation, Ltd., Nohle- tord. Alta.__ 83-0 FOR SALE-$15.00 per 100, ?140.00 per 100.0, baby chicks. Hatching eggs J6.00 per iOO, White Leghorns. Skin ner and Blenkhorn, , Nanalmo, B. V .... . 62-.-35 FOB SALE-Malleable'iron ranges. SI down and �1 per week.-Apply 412 4th Avenuo 'S, ' ' . 280-0 HATCHING EGGS THIS PAGE GOES TO PRESS AT 1 O'CLOCK. P. M. XLASSil^lER AOS MUST BE DELiyERED.-^Y THIS HOUR TO ENSURE , IN"-SERTION THE SAME DAY^-Aa ORDERED. The Pony Express ARE ESTABLISHING A ^BRANCH OFFICE IN NORTH LETriBRIDGE For the convenience of their many friends andi patrona on the North Side. Ordera taken, at R. BALDRY'S STORE, 13th ST. Phoue 1655 EGGS';FOi^ SALE-^n firsts, 12 seconds, Lethbridge, Calgary and Taber on Baired Rooks. . ,Six graiid pens Eggs Fertility jruarantced. Prize Heds, J2-;.Butt Rocks $1.50. Leon � LosBy, .Winnitred. _ TO RENT TO RENT-^ room cottage on 'water and electric light;-large hen house; will hold '50 fowls'; 18.00 per month. Possession April IT.-^EJnquire Mrs. W. R. Hoyle, 1706 6th Ave. N. 87-8 TO RENT-No.:620 15th St. South; 7 , rooms'fully modern, good dondltloni ' $15 per month. N. *B.  Peat'* Co.. Macdonald Block. _ �0-6 TO RENT-In .Victoria MaMlona, fut^ ntshed three roomed hoiisekevping suite, with ..private' bath; rent 120 per month. Apply Mansions bffl'oai. 3rd ' Ave. S. Phone 636. 80-0 TO RKNT-Irrigated farm ot 660 acres, 1% .miles from Coaldale; 6Q acres in iOfalfa and timothy; good buildings, large paatiire in connectloh with farm. *W1II make good tanna with reliable party tor .cash or share of crop rental. Apply H. A. Suggltt, Coaldale. Phone 810.' ^ �90-6 TO RENT-319 18th St. S.. 8 roomed house, modem, newly decorated, good garden. Apply at once to Arthur " Hayr, 6th St, ^. g'5-0 TO RENT-For Immediate poBsea-. sion, a thoroughly renovated 7-room-ed house, in good locality. 725 Sixth street south. C. C. PagBueld, jthone 545. . . � . , . FOR RENT-531'14th st.8.;.ful)y modern brick house; 7 rooms, all, nicely decorated;, full-sizedbasement.; gas connected 'with furnace, mantle and kitchen; rent 120.00;, yacatit after April 1.-Apply ,T.,W. Rutherford,. Iron Springs, Alta.ii.'Bhone R41S. .. ,89-6 TO RENT-No." 6- Strathcona Court, one of the most complete bungalows in Lethbridge; gas range, electroliers; moderate rental.-Apply quick to Fred W.' Downer.- Victoria Mansions, or to C.'^B. Bo.Wtnan,-Agency. Acadia block. 89-0 .LOB5^^5nS~fi^^^Ki^iM9-Good saddle horse weighs ingybetween 850 and 1000 Iba; Apply Box r Herald office. 92rr^x TEffDERS WANTED Tendjera; will - toe; -received for the erection of a School House for Richfield school District. Flans and Specifications can-, be seen at tlie office G. Clark, Del Boc , , The 3oa�a' of'-'TiWateeB'iyisa^pif.'e.' the right td Accept or- reject bldsrr- "' Bids to Mose April 10th, ISiS';'/;>'-/ Frank Steam Coal la the Best Coal for all Ploughing Rigs or any other Steam Power Outfit. Try It once and you'll use no other.: 'y.ou'>-can'ij*JK,-t if;.'(b(niy at- 79 ;