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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX Dr. Clarke enatc Appointments IV layer! Till After Election People's Forum Ottawa. April ibe aii- lournment of ihe house toiilpht there was au interesting debate of a Ion by A. K. Maclcsu, th.ii 110 fanner appointments should be made to ihc senate uuiil after a eeneril election. Jlr. Maclean p.r.zued lhal llie Item was really tt war eniercem-y Eoverimcnt since the -Mfasion nil of last session. N'o due lo death were belnj filled, in the oom- Eons nnd il was unfair lo or.e leel party thai tl'.e olher sho'jM mine f.ll ibe senate appoUitmenls d-riDfi a war cmersency terra. Sir Thomas VATilie and He-.i. Arthur Veichen oppos-a the moiion on be- bllt ol tbe Eavernmer.t. aarsed lhal Ihe governuii-al pesstsscs ihe full rl-hl lo fill vacancies in lie senaie. Mr Meighen said llial Mr. MeriMn was wrons in a.-sumlcs Hal senaie ippo'nln'.em; were a nailer of rarty- liatronast. They raifbl teller be compared to the appoinlxenl o! Jud- Hi'lo- of naiinn must lie- deter- d, if Is not that a uit- ux-' suffii-lm magnitude to dt- e the people way uamiulstnlion both aro i IVTiqf his r.ol" yi'l 'discovered its le-L-ver IK- are ruled he ssvs. Is demoi-r-a.-y. Jiuls- ol' by crlltrlon. not ouly is lr.-.. Frank Mclulyro. one of Ihe comedians ou (he stay I tramp, duds a friend In a passerby. With money flvcn h'.'J by the good Samaritan, Wcatherby stalls off to kl> hunger. He Is attracted by some theater posters auuouDoluK lUe iicrformsnco of the drama "Youth.." The of huuser urge him lo b-jy fooJ. Iml tho ulay ot "Youth" calls him anil he fpeuds his money lo witness Ilio play. It I 3 ..L-------- flas (ravelled as much as the averase trolhed to Harry. basic factor in Hie rorlliroclly srhcmo ,ours over was Ihe issue III that eleelion; which pu to be tbe official voice jbould be "S'VlrtaeVcfarS asked the j. men; not 10 la'se o definite swnj on the mailer uniil the re'.urc ot ine prime minisier. The government, he taid should not offer prevention to Ibe opposition because wero human The parly responsible tor bringra'- on an election will be great- ly blamed by the country. 'II comes at a time when our men are falling In he added, "it Is bound to have a destroying effect en national unity." Tbe motion was declared "lost on flivislon." Previously, Ihe house passed a res- olution moreil by Dr. Scbiffner. de- claring for ibe removal of British embargo on Canad-ln cattle aLd de- bated a resolution moved by J. G. proportional repre- sentation. Replying lo A. K_ Maclean, Sir Thomas While said he had commuai- ated with Sir George poster, now In "WflEbineton, in regard lo the report lhat Canada tad asked ior the ap- pointment of a commission to.settle. disputes. Sir George had replied that there is no truth in ihe 6 Hon. W- Roche told Mr. Maclean lhat the United Stales immigration law will provide a head las of aeainsl Canadians who propose_to re ifdc pennanenlly in the Vniled otales He added lhai 5Ir. Foster is Likin the rastter up wllh Ihe Washingloi authorities. Hon. Georpc P. Graham asked whe the report of the commission whic has investigated tie condition t Canadian railways wouJd be sabmi ted lo parliament '-It will be brought down HI HOD. Frank Coehrane it. Mr. Coehrane also Informed th house lhat the amending legislallo In respect to the Quebec aud Sag uenay railway would nol be iulro Qjced until after Sir Robert Borde came lo the capital. Further coasii orallou was given in committal Ihc bill to change the name of Ih Grain Growers Grain company to tl Uuited Grain Growers Limited. 6om members Including Sir Thomas Whi tnd Hon. P. GrahEm Uious there should be more, information i lo the proposal to edopt the delegate system of Toting at the annual meet- ing. They expressed the fear that it would deprive individual shareholders nf Ihe right to vote by prosy, Mr. George H. Bradbury, in whose naiue ihe bill elands, arid J. G. Turrlff, said Ihe bill had been drafted In accord- ance with the unanimous de.-lre of the shareholders. The stood over. WHICH ut of ,he league. Mr. Leedy told us. every man wiih eyes wide open 'league "is to he a third parly, aud lhat il was lo hold the bil ance of power between the older pif ties by analogy with Ibe Irish or La bor parlies, iu Great Uriialn. a con ception almost noble in abncca lion- Ihe author ot tbe leaflet, how cver, has no! yet Discovered the lad He 'licks to the old gulloless belie that li is nol a IhirJ parly, at least "not in the ordinary meaning ot the term." of which more anon. Now a third pirty Is not neces- sarily a crime, nor a sin to he con- fessed. It may be useful and neces- in certain contingencies, but _ _ _ JlSKrS luv IUUIIB1 1W ...V I-.-.-- II-IUT i( only a In ihe Famous IMiF-! Glorr Of tils own youih-cf llio years le iil-ov'e statement ers ailajitaliou of his no such thing as three bc'a'rTs 'in'on orliimiiago'at Cedarvillo. seasons II Is au imcr.'sliug cornel-1 They grow up together. Hurry bc- dcuoe luat Mr. first appear- coming a. machinist in a village lac- -mce on tlio fi-recn should le made In nnd June a milliner's appreu- au aJaiualloH'of the play I" which ho As tlu-y Krow older llicy plauu- I wired his first great lua-ess. led to marry, but the youns mau was I "The Travelling Salesman" Is I'ue' mromuued to a big clly where ho was 1 raraniounl 1'icluro at Siarlaud tomor- j informed tbat he had inherited a vast row aud Thursday. H is a remark-1 amount ot money, by his uncle, le mixture, ot comedy and drama, in The fortune Is lumeJ to ihe MIR INDISCIPLINE retrograii, via MalutciiAnce of army dLbt'lvlino Is In tho hands of iho Irooiis un- an orJer today by A. J. Gudtkoif, luiiilsler or war. Tho order directs TUESDAY, MAY i, 1917 speetnl ccnlinlttee lain discipline, control food tupplles, take Jusliflablc measures ajslnBt abuso of iwivcr by inllllnry chiefs, stlllo dlsimtes oclween ofllcers and soil maVo rreparnttons roi the elccllon of dcle.eles lo (he con eliluenl assnnbly which la to decldo on the, future government o( Huasla. James llamsoy. head or the firm ol James Harnsey. llmllcd. one or Kii uioiiton's leading merchants, was nom Inaled by ucclmiiaUoli by the Ponsor- valivo convention ror Ihe rldlui nrmy corps, vaiivo cuiivcmiun a ml'company Ehail elect a of Kast Edmonton. that one Ereai party, in complete accord wilh all o! Us or Its history, lousht a bailie to obtain that boon, olher great as posed if. opposed it.......... vice of subterfuge and deception? Is ind most strenuous tho consistently oil- will, every de- couniry, and he plays the part wllh au underslandlns that gives his per- formance ft complete reality. AT THE EMPRESS Otiarlio Chaplin In "The Cure" will he shown asaln Ihis evening at the l-norant lhal irillins It-'deut In Empress. The feature Grass aradinn po'.illral history, or he, will also be shown. I'allv dovi'id of iny sense of juitlte i The story of llio play: At a rncc. ac'd Mr a horse belonging to Colonel He will now hava Iho advantage' Taylor, a true southern gentleman, denied liim al ilic nf writing, of j wins, but is in-iured la seriously thai "eeicg the policy oi one party vin-lshe will be unaulc lo ruu iiaie n a. way that' few ai'ls ill Warren, a young genileman, auv sphere of life have been vintli- waters a large sum on the mare, bat caied bv the passiso of ihe cheated out of his winning" by incou'nci'l a day or two ago, providing 1 Kelly, an unscrupulous clmraoler of k Additional Classified Advertising MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WA Work meu to seo our special work shirts at 51.00. .MrKelvIo aud_MeGnire. _ __ A Rood team ol horses, harross and wagon. 669. Clly. Small purse ccmUlnlng sum of Owner may have naina DJ O. box 11C for free wheat. No one, not even Ihe ihe track, wriie: of the leaflci, will deny thr.t, [he farmers wanted free wheat, and The next year. Colonel Taylor be- ing in straightened circumslonces. [ne lanners waniea iree ttin.n, ULIU >ub iu z that they obtained It uniier parly gov- 1 breeds My Laly. and Grass, a by the simple but despised striken; coll is born., Another year their masters" and tbe Colonel break and process' of' SEIV in certain conlinseDcies. uui process 01 cnoosi'jg fur'elv It be a party wlih Ihe. "direct acilon" of Ihe ballot.. train courasc of lls some- Is (here anybody with tvo eyes who' born, ihinc lo be denied and apologised lor. demits ioilay that it an impend-1 nflriiitpH however, thai inc election iviih [lie of an Blue Another coll Is born. Finances become tighter. _'ts ioilay that it W23 an impenu-1 In Ihe meantime, WaTen meets "rnu-l bo admitted however, thai 1 ing "election" wiih the prospjrt ol an Virsinia, the, Colonel's- daushtcr. a e places'Ihe new party j avalanche ci western ballots affair resulting Tne Colone a cnrio'us position In view of Us mcntcd by Ihe redistribution measurcl j forced to ihe second colt, rlmarv aim The idea that partvism thnt did ihe iricX? any sane sends son Morgan, wl-.o forccil to rlmarv aim. _ I_HL iui _i---------- woman bi'llere that other accept a much smaller sum llir.n er- mcthod will avail under Xoiipartisau', peeled, slakes the money on a 'sure lip- 2r.d loses. In his anger the Col- If we are Jms'.lneii in of casts him off, ordering him out by its spokesman." ar.d Surely ot Ihe house, are. we shall be forced lo tlie con ,0 be abolished by Ihe formation more parties has an Irresistably mical sound, which evidently has ot escaped whaterer sense of humor he author of the tract possesses, to Judge of Ihe character of IU w he league, surely we cannol do bet- er than cssl a glance at the pros- ectus. To quote: "Because people have the privilege f choosing their masters Is no proof Now, eliminating the ulhor's mirlhless play on Ihe u word masters" [aad disregarding entirely is grammatical It may fairly e said lhat In plain English he neans. "the privilege we have of boosing our public our re the privilege uf Iho rallot Is to proof ot democracy.' Vow the thins that men hav foueliL and died ior on innumerable aloody fields, Is I venture to say. just this simple the right lo "choose their masters." Aud I dare lo further, tbat that Is precisely what we are nghtlng for In this world crisis. Again: "Wherever Ihe people are ruled, there Is no democracy." It breathed naught of democracy, for- Eoo'.h, when John Hampden stood up elusion tliat Ihe Xonpartisan league is characterized by n most esuggerat- ed prejudice and partisan spirit; that, for ignorance of political history, no less than of human nature it is without a peer, and that Iho attitude of fair-mindedness has not even dawned on Hie consciousness of Ihe league. Now, Fir. we are faced at this lime with rriiElily anil issues issues lhat the N'onpartisan league has not even issue of taiation, of civil service reform, ele.; lime ivorh issues to be sure, but still will, us, and remain with us. i These and other Issues cry out lor immediate action; not tie "indirect or the third party mciho'n. but the direct aalon of the ballot, in the hands of men and women of convic- tion, independence and enlightenment, aufl. at least, an elementary know- ledge of human nature. Thanliiog you for your valuable AT THE ORPHEUM Through a mistake ta shipment the feature Vilcd for tonicht at the Or- pheum. 'The L.IW was shipped to Winnipeg. Instead of this the pic- ture "The Wasted five will be shown. Old Weaiherby, a. broken down Have you Indigestion? Yoiir food will continue to dis- agree with you, and cause dis- tress until you strengthen your digestive organs, and tone and sweeten the stomach. You can do this quickly and surely by promptly taking a few doses of BEEEHAH'S PIUS Their natural action relieves the stomach of undigested food, stimulates tlie flow of gastric juice, renews the activity of the liver and bowels, and strengthens the digestive sys- tem. Take them with confi- dence, for 60 years' experience prove that Beecham's Pills Are good for the Stomach _________ Barlicr shop. Give lull par Uculurs In rirsl leltcr. S. I'attlson. S17_6th Avc. N., Calgary. __ SVASTED-YounB canary, must he. guaranteed n-blstler. Slate price. elc.. to IJoi 25. llerald Olfice. Tho rou gl'-b red bronio r'armine Co. 11S-- LOST AN1) FOUND lUnlyliw tlenlloa Tli. H.raU- calline at police Jtallon. _____n i-j watch somcwhero on Flftll Avenue south, Kinder plcnsc return lo Herald ot- fice and receive reward 1193 turkey eggs. Fclgcr Phone It-til. __ NVAN'TKU To give you estimates pultlng up your farm builtliiiRs by day or contract. Lnrgo prncllciil eiperl- enco aud prices rlglil. Address P. O. Uni CSH. or call at N'cw ArlluEton llo- Uros., City. 6 610 acres "broke, 320 put In rial, nt once. Man lo die stones ard build fence. Money to loan. T. M Huff Investment Co., Ttouiu 10. Al- berla Block, LethbrlJge, Alia. 114-C hMrnlluro In any quan- tity, ellher for cash or to sell on commission. 1 guarantee you a sat- isfactory deal either way. Got your best nuolatlon and then send for ine blacn purse. conUlnluj amount of money Iu five dollir blls. rhonc or apply R. D. Hllchle. Vulcnnlzlns Plant. 3rd Ave. S. Uo-l Sec. 36-8-17. bay horse 2 ivhito hind feel, welghj 1500 Ibs. llranucd on left Twenty dollars reward. IT Tuber, Alia. 1003 Sth Avenue 8.. 1 hav geldlne with while face B Z L brand, weight about Suitable reward for Information reward tor leading to recovery of geldlllB irandeil O (circle) on right shoulder and 1 V on left thigh. Weight Waddinglou. The Auctioneer. Phone iO. 1C3. it above ad- lafornTitlon one blacl about 1160 Ibs. pic Springs. F. C. Maunsell, Pur- red, Ihrce year-old atecr, white star on forebead. Branded bai J X on rlsht shoulder. Kewarl! lor Information. A. -McCullougli C'ardslon. Phono R reward for the recov- ery of one black mare branded D F auci'on gaiicrics iu uo UK.IIIUIU ,011 right Ihleh. Weight about m> auction sales, or we will coudnct I seen about thc_ 1st of Sen SEND VOUIl FUnxlTtllB or nny. Ihln; you wlsli lo sell to Wilson's aucilon galleries lo be. Included 1, nu aucllon sale on your own premises, or wo will buv It and pay you cash. Wilson's Aucllon Galleries, 1'hono 1023, Dominion I'O'll FOII Cheap. PncK-Ing boxes. S.lrof A.r M.Jic Perfection Wire Stretcher Splicer Apply McKelvIc ami McGillrc. ____ Vlctrola with records, almost new. 71S ISth St. North. Apply to FOll" 30 pound Dnylon compuling barrel scale, gooj as new for sale cheap. Apply Bos 30, HeralJ Washlnglon, April Marshal JoHrc, who Ears that United Slates are Deeded In Krarcc at once, has suggested to United States mili- tnrr chiefs Unit United Slates sold- iers be tra'ncd hack ot the lines In France, where he believes they coult in his' sturdy manhood and vindicated the rights ol peoples' parliament, as he fondly against the usurpation of the Kluart vallaolly aled In testimony of his faith. People were ruled in those days, by a so free or enlightened as our modern parliament, but deemed by some poor dupes of Britons to be worth dyins for Thai was not democracy. Oh co! That was government and even parly goTeirment- Agaln: "Pally government Is c relic or despotism." Will the anlhor pleaso j die one despotism In all history ruled by parly government. To lake a modern instance, no doubt en- llrely negligible lo the spokesman ol tbe league, fiussla was eomclhlng o: a despotism, since Ihe advent ol the Romanoffs, at least. It Is nol writ ii Bong nor story that Russia was rulei ty parly the Duma emerged. And where arc the despol today? Go lo Russia Ihon still smal voice of Ihe Nonparllsan league, am lell these rleluded revolutionists o his new Duma that the liberty I 'choose their paslers" ncans nothing Go to '.he mlchly nation lo the soul [misnamed democracy If you will rising In Ihelr might to smile the pot, and lell the same to them. Yc to the blood consecralc-d plains 0 Belgium and Franco and lell you compatriots In arms that they a fighting tor a myth. Elucidate I am, yours truly, E. BEV BRIDGE. Pincher Creek, Alia., April 27. Don't "iiinV'tiiS wire.1. Wire rton't go slacli when machine Is removed. W. C. 'Weeks says: "It Is the only Ihing that will mako Iho old fence as good as ever." MANUFACTURED BY C. F. TOLLESTRUP, RAYMOND, ALBERTA It TOR tiuanllty of furniture ir C-roomcd IIOUEO for sale. House can be rented after sjle. Phono 17Slj_ [write Uox 31, Herald. 11 emher. Glen Walklne, New Dayton, mare, 1 years old ivliHo diamond on upper lip anil jraniled V on right thlBb. Also one black yearling branded richt sliouliler. re for Information leading lo re covcry. Arthur Kesler, ton. FOIt of eight room house, close In. A snap if taken nt once, good location for roomers and good lease. Apply at 122 Slh St. for I information. Ford louring car. Recently overhauled, new engine and I tires and Bet ol colls. Scl of special uools with it. Apply W. Cook. Ford or Dos 321. Coalhnrsl. FOR ot this, a real good lijirlghl piano, slightly used in mn- liosany case. Price 5200.00. Come In loiay." Kaay leruis. Mason t nlsch, Lid Balmoral Bloclc, New _______________115-t reward for return ol seven head of two ycir old cattle. Bunch consisls of 2 red steers. 2 led steers marked wtlh white on lalla and backs, i lipht red and whllo hc.f- cr. 1 roan heifer and 1 red lielfer. All branded II 1) (connected) on right Strayed from eight mile lake April 10th. Likely wllh 5 11 or cattle. Proportional reward [or rotum of auy or for Infor- mation leading to recovery. 'W. "inilton, Lethbrldeo. Phono H 111. 110-c. FOR SALE (Agricultural) When r.jpliLne Mrnllon Fresh cow. Apply W. H. Fall-field, f'iiono 3S5. _ 6 good horse, seven j years old, weight 1250 Its. Apply 112 ItHll St. north. _ _ _ 0 be taught the new quickly. art of warfare The r.ew drafl limit will compel al medically fil between 21 and 30 lo ge into military service when needed. The age limit may be eitcniled to 10. IF St. Pfaul. Apr. proposal Lhat he American and Canadian govern- ments guarantee minimum prices for wbcat and potatoes will bo discussed al a meeting of farmers called today the Equilj' Co-operative Eschango oi SI. Paul for Fargo, N.D., May 23-24. 'annera ot U'esfern Canada have been ashed lo send representatives. It was said Iho mlnlmurj price lo be propos- ed would be 52 a for wheat and ?l a bushel for pouters. LABORERS STRIKE Port Arthur, Ont., Apr. Uborers on excavation for the pulp raili arc on strike asking cents per tour Instead ol for their ten hour day. The company has 30. Il Is expected a settlement wll Le rcaclitd. Important Auction Sale of Valuable Furniture WADDIXGTON'S AUCTION ROOMS TENTH STREET SOUTH Friday Next, May 4th AT 2 P.M. FRANK WADDINGTON IN CANADA (OM Ihelr masters" Is Iht real respollsm, Again: "Charges, charges every- where and not one criminal hanged. The books of crime arc balanced by digging up a. graft scandal from the administration of the parly making the charge." Has the author ever heard of a province called Manitoba? Is he aware thai some two years ago a government was hurled from power by on avalanche of Grit nor Tory ballots, just plain ballots of Ihc common people, In Ihclr mlitakcn zeal for "choosing Ihelr masters." Anil all this accomplished under parly government le he aware that four leading mem- bers of lhat governmcnl wero ar- raigned by Iho parly making the charges; brought to trial and dis- charged because nine Jurymen out of twelve wero Insufficient lo convict; thai these men atlll held for trial with a fresh Jury; liial, in short tho people have gol a a slrldly party government, though elected larjely by non-party voles- thai Is doing whal II undertook lo do before election, la the writer totally Ignorant of this or li he utterly In- capable of fair dealing? Or, has Hie author ever hcarJ ol the Alberta and Great Waterways deal in this province, when members of the government and parly, oft thi-lr hat, exposed and expelled the guilty, parlies? Kurtly we wern cn- liiled to some lltllo measure ot com- LAST TIME Chas. Chaplin IN 'The Cure' THOMAS A. In Paul Armstrong's Romantic Tal: o) the Race Track "Blue Grass" AND SELL WITHOUT RESERVE AN ASSEMBLAGE OF VERY SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And clft-'.s Including; Very fine -lining room Buite In solid oak. comprising sol of 8 diners with rush scats, china with latticed sides, very massive hulfcl and large cxlendlnf: dinliic table; handsome drawing room furniture In enamelled wicker upholstered In fancy tapestry linen. Including settee and five occa-Ional chairs; den furniture In upholstered wicker; wicker and grass occaslnnal tables; ladles' secretaire In solid mahogany; EXTRA FINE WILTON CARPET, In excellent condition; TWIN BRASS 3EDS, complete with all metal springs and felt mallrCi'CV t FOOT SOLID BRASS BED. nil metal springs and NUnl" Ml mattress; SOLID MAHOGANY CHIFFONIER, wllh handsome shaped bevelled mirror; TWO SOLID MAHOGANY DRESSERS, with bevelled round mirrors; Iwo Kcotch rugs. each; carpel squares; brass mounted beds, complete; JlcClary nangc wllh canopy and hemlng closet; gaa hcatlns coll; cur- tains, pictures and many olhcr smaller Items. Goods on View at the Rooms Dally and 7 to 9 Thursday Evenlnj. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONE 770, RES. 469 FOR fine lone, in view al our slorc. Also several ,rgans from ?30 up. Willis Pianos, lull Block, 3rd Avc. S. Phone G6Z, C, C. Salmon, manager. 112-fo Co.nfletely over- hauled. Stewart horn and other ac- cessories. One spare tire. 830000 Superior Supply Co.. 13tu St. and 2nd _ _ _ FOR marfU. sound and" ell uroke. Dry or In foil- Smllli Dros., Ilaymond, Alia. C Foil Ono Hhelland pony, feclly gentle lo drlvo or ride; am jK One FOII few cars No. 1 pralrlo hay nt 310.00 per Ion. F.O.B. Olds. Denlz Wnlrod and Bliss, Oldi, Alta. KOlt, Potalocs. Gold Coin, for per sack of 100 Ibs. J. II. Stevens, 4 miles B. E. of city.- 114-G I'OH SALE -Bluebell lecuy genue. lu -_, also one email carl and harness. An-.p. 0. Dos 502. alor, In good 360 Ib. capacity, will sell cheap for cash or exchange for larger separator. Firth, UL1C Dlual, ply Ed. McKcnzle. Phone n-108. 108-0 S. rhone manager. WILLIS PIANOS. Canada's host, cscel all ollicrs In purity, stronglll and quality of toi.c -n beauty of design. Inspection Invited. New show room, Hull Dlock, 3rd Avc. C62. II. C. C- Salmon. "_______________112-0 FOII nanfl auiomo- blics. One Grant Klx Cylinder, run only ebnul miles. Fords. One 1516 McLaughUn Bnhy Six Roadster, i Also one Dodce Hro3. llvo passenger louring car. Molor 3ale.l, Ltd. 70K) [also a number of wood spill pulleys ami ono bicycle In good riding order. Alto sheep wagon made to order, wn- TOll seed, govern, ment cleaned ariJ tested, 17-00 per ,cwl. F.O.P.. CoaMale or Calgary. Alsn a few Ions of seed potatoes. W. II. Pawson 703 Slllh Ave. S. Phone IS-IO. HeeTcs enpne, nlows with stubble and breaker bollotns, wa- ler tank and cook car. Tho Alberta Securities Ltd., Ilalmoral Block, Leth orldEC. ___ gALt> Case tractor, 20x40, 4 bollom nr.d O. plows. For quick Bale price J2.200. On exhibition at Lcthbridgc. In-iulro Dowsler Land Agency, near Woolworth'i store, clly. Innke, motor dciivory hoxcs, plow work Hand sa-v wood turning I scL and blackamllhlng. P. A. Harding. HOI 71 1th Ave. North. Wo slock ilrantfbrd, Crown and Slandard Wcycles. 1'llled I with Dunlop Tracllon Tread Tiros and 'bcsl cni.lpmcnl throughout. Prices from to 165.00 cash or easy lorms. Second hand cycles alwayn In slock llcpatrs and accessories. Lelh- dEC Cycle Co., 110 Fifth Street S. FOII plow, John Deere, eight Btubhin bollome. eilra s. In good condition. W. II. 103 Sixth Ave. 3. Phone 1840. TOMORROW AND THURSDAY DANIEU FROHMAH PRESENTS FRANK In an adaption cT his qrealeet stage CUCCCGS. Five reels of fun- THE THAA'EL SALESMAN LAST TIMES TONIOHT OLIVER MOR03CO PRESENTS HOUSE PETKIJS AND MYRTLE IN "THE HAITIXESS OF THREE "RAGTIME SNAPSHOTS'1 Onc-Bttl Luke Camedy _ 'THIRD CANADIAN WAR LOAN" We arc now able to make Immedi- ate delivery ol fully paid Interim Cer- tificates al a price of 0514 and Inter- est on Dominion War Bonds, Interest at 6% due Jst Mnrch 1537. Payable 1st of -March and 1st September nt nny branch tank In Canada. Dcnomlna- llor.B -5100.00, J500.00 or J1.000.CO. Hlriclly subject to sale and advance In price. Drltlsli'Canadlan Tirol Co., Your local bond house, 316 Mil SI. S, SheepforSale I have 500 young Eww for sale, wllh 100 per cent. limbs at fool; also aliout olhsr nhcc-p, Including yearling Ewea nnd and Gooil Breeding Bwos. Apply C. KABY 410 Eth Ave. 9. Teltprrane Ii53 ORPHEUM cr- to Wasted Years" TONIOHT LAST TIME HELEN HOI.M13 IN "A LASS