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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WBDNE8DAY, JULY 8, 1914 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE THREE EMPRESS MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S QRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man July 8 nas quiet generally, waiting on the United States government report uas issued at 1 15 Opening price? Tiew being unchanged to {i higher, but declined later m eympath; with Americans which were the. report expected to re bearish in charactci Inspections Tuesday numbered 253 cars as against 406 last year, .and in sight were 210. Deliveries through the clearing house were, wheat hus.; oats Bus.; flax hus.; and .barley bus. .lull Oct Dec Oats- Julv Oct Flax- lulj Oct DEC Open. Close 108 90 82t S' 80, SOi 485 1 39, 1 38} 1 41 1 13J 1 13j 1411 CASH -PRICES Iso 1 Nor No. 2 Nor. Oats- No. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. W. No. 3 1 N U C. >o 2 C. U MINNEAPOLIS sept.'.. 8 CHICAGO TflJ Uuly Sept. Bee. I GLASGOW CATTLE MARKET Glasgow, July. Batcli- elorr cattle importers, report: larger supplies; Scotch cattle are unaltered, Irish trade-is'slower. Scotch eteers; are.'. 15 cents cents: Irish 13% to 1491J and bulls 12 cento to 12V4. Noon close over Western Stock Ex- change private leased wire 'Altai. Pet. lAHa.'Pac. OJlack Diamond Black B.', No. 3 British Can......'. Christy Dingman....... Federal Fidelity Elder Monarch Moose: Mt. lit.1 Stephen Okotoks Piedruont..........; Prudefltial Southern Alta .Trenton Union Pac. United Oils Western. Pac. jWestern .Canada Open .24 .34' .IS 4.50 1.60 .101 .061 1.10 85.00 .58 .55 .17 .80 ,'H.SO .95 .75 .20 .27 .25 .95 .33 8.50 .in .38 13.50 2.00 2.25 Close .23 .34 .15 4.75 1.50 .10 .06J 1.10" 85.00 .55 .20 .80 12.50 1.00 .75 .20 .22 .2fi 1.10 .32 ;13i 8.10 .19 .38 1.3.50 2.00 2.25 Visit the coolest will have no regrets TONIGHT The. Judging of live, stock proceed ed yesterday, and'some of the finer points in the gome brought oul by "the Competition la ev- ery class was sharp. The shorthorn cattle classes show- ed aome-' splendid specimens of the breed, and Yule and Bo'vves carried off the lion's share_ of tho-prizes.' Thos Laycoek judged" the beef breeds; and reversed two or three decisioria made In Calgary, where nraptically the same animals were shown. Yule and Bowes'" Missie Prince 'was the Cha pion, and Carrie's "Matchless-hero the sserve The Percheohs, Shires and Belgians and most of the Clydes. were finished lu tho course of the afternoon The Percheon mares offered an interest ing clars Torboi n s 1 aggie Fleming champion at Cllgary gnen iirst as a -brood mare with foal at side Lady Crow-ley 2nd, and W. J. McKee f Her Lad} ship ird riem ing's outstanding characteristio" was the quality of her feet. a good big strapping draft mare with lots of duality. Lady 'Crowley is a good big _____L typo of mare, "with good ui derpmning and lots of conetitutioi Her LadyaMp was rather rough in tli 38} legs and feet although she drafty 37k and.had a good body., Maggie Flem ings colt placed first Her ships second ind Lad> Crow leys third The Shire brood mare classes'swere as interesting J B Rine of Magrath a good close second to Hendrle .of High River, hut the latter s: Myrtes was given, the .first ribbon. The Hereford cattle classes wer excellent. Simon Downie' herd attracted wide --attention; and many of the same herd, which wa? H later sold, are here again as prop- erty of F Colh-ut A B CooK of 8U Montana was" hie closest" competHor, and it wab nip and tuck between, the two alrthrdugti tlie'class.vthe bulk of the pln'cinga being- Identical with those at Caigan where the same hfjrds met. Dollars Chdes were title of that class. .The Ayrshire cattle were a strong lot. and there were four entries in every class. .These have not, yet .been judged Holind Neto is here again from his De Winton farm; with as fine a. string of Ayrshire cattle as ever breathed, and he .win take some' hard jeating. His closest competitors are W. J. Mortson of Fairiight, Sask., and J. j. Richards of Red Deer. Mr" Ness japfoured-the grand championship at Calgary, with his bull, Martin. Mains Planet, and took the .biggest" share of the first prizes. .Hie L'one'Spruee Goldnnder is an'excellent'animal, and will stand well up in the senior yjiar- I ling 'class. -Ness alsoJias some flue senior and junior, calves. He has 36 head at the grounds-, and the class will head, .many of which are making milking records. J. Harper and Sons of have a'firie string cf Jerseys, and this class will also Ml Harper cap- tured the championship female prize at Calgary hnd numerous others. His chief competitors are Mortson and Shenficld. The .placings .will be .prac- tically the" same as at Calgary. The hog classes, some of which were judged'by W. F. Stevens, live stodk commissioner, yesterday, are all well filled; the chief, exhibi- tors being W. J. Mortson, Borkshires, Yorkshires and Tanvwofths; H. S. Curry, Castor, Berkshires; McDonald Bros., Brant, Duroc Jerseys: B. S. Swift, Tamworths: C. F. Sindlinger and son, Magrath; J. Hambly, Tanl- worths, and J. J, Ririe. Tho Tamworths and Jerseys were The Western Stock Exchange IMPORTANT NOTICE Hereafter our brokerage 'dinrge's on all deals, buy or sell, will be per Minimum charge Wo respectfully solicit the continued support of, the public iuul in doing- so can pro- mise quick, clean service. V Delivery of Oertilicatcs absolutely guar- anteed. The Western Stock Exchange JOHN WILSON. FRANK WADDINGTOrl. "Tht Only Leised Wire in the City." excellent all the way through, but Yorkshires were not typical In ail cases, gome being too long in the snout and others with eyes too close together. On the whole, however, 'the entire class was good. The sheep display would be a trifle disappointing to the sheepman of Al- berta. There. ie net one sheep, ram lamb or mutton from the southern ranges. There are some good ani- are no better than those Oxfords.of 'ArkeliB. or Smith's toorder it does seem a shame that some of the ranchers did net got in on some of this stuff. A word of special praise is diie the local exhibitors of live stock. In many cases they were migMy near the winning, and will ba heard from in some of the classes yet. Tills was especially true in the case of. the Ciydesdales. Meeke brothers, of Ray-, mond had some of the 'best horses In the show, although they did not get in on the firsii A little more care in breeding, feeding and grooming would go a long way with Oho judges. They, look for quality about the..first, thing, and there is nothing that 'will sway them better than a shining smoothly polished coat along with the other good points al- ready possessed. The south tlias soihe good stock, and it is getting bet- ter every year. .The poultry building was filled ,from floor to roof the finest di? play'of denizens of the barnyard ever seen at a. local show, and the judges E. N. Barker and J. Sbackleton, were making close decisions all morning, ao keen was the competition. Some of the biggest exhibitors are: J. H. Warrington, Cornwall, Out. (one car- load) J. E..-Bowman, Aldersyde; A. jl. BeaUie, Waldo; J. Blair, Granum; D. Chapman, Calgary; W. -Hancroft. Strathcona; Johnston Bros., 'Lang- don; A. King. Clarediolm; L. P. is, Langdon; L. B. Losey, Winnifred Mrs. J. W. MoKean, Roland Ness De Winton; B. S. Pawson, Coaldale; Wm. Passey, Magrath; J. B. Ririe Jtngrath; H. A. Searle, Magrath. The local exhibitors are: J. H. Ash- croft, Wm. Baries. J. Benton, G. Bea- ton: H. Brennan. W. Carter. Thos. Crow. A. Cameron, P., Wateraose, croft: Westbrook Bros. W.G. Teunant, R. Scott, A. n. Spence. F. Senior, A.L Patterson. G. Pollard, .Ott A. Niven. J. 'McGilvann. E. and C. W. J. King BrOB., Sam Jones, A. K Humphries, A. Gra- ham. W. D. Finley, G. Frache, C. J. Eckstorm, and I. H. EmmerBon. There were over 500 entries in all, in the poultry and fancy stock class- es, Avhich included everything from chickens to rabbits. Partial List of Winners HORSES Clydesdales. Stallion 4 years old or A. U Dollar, High River; 2nd, McAdo and Vanho-rn, Lethbridge; 3rd, W. J. JIcKee, Cardston; .1th, A. L. DollaK Stallion 3 years D. ThOf- burn, toe Winton; 2nd, A. L. Dollar; 3rd, F. Sons, Mldhapore. Stallion 2 Schroeder Sons; 2nd, A. L. Dollar; 3rd Shut- tleworth. Stallion, A. L. Dol- 2nd, H. S. Currio, Ingle'.on, Alta. Brood mares with foal at D. Tborbtirn; 2nd, D. Thorburn; 3rd, F. J. McKee. -Filly 3 years st, D. Thorburn. Filly, 2 years Tliorburh fc 2nd, Thorburn Riddle; 3rd J. R. McLean. Filly, W. Burton; 2nd, D. Thorburn, Letlibridge. v Dry D. Thor.burn; 2nd, D. Thorburn; 3rd, J. A. McLean; 4th, W. Burton. Foal of D. Thorburn; 2nd, W. J. iMokeo; 3rd, D. Thorbura. Clydesdale animal of any age or sex bred in Alberta by liie -owner who must be the -D. Thor- burn; 2nd, D. Thorburn; 3rd, Thor- burn Iliddle; 4th, W. J. .McKee. Champion L. Dollar, High River. Shires. 'Stallion, 4 years or Atwr- ry Hendrle, High River; 2nd, .7. B. Ririe." Magrath. Stallion 3 years J. B. Rlrle.' Stallion, 2 F. Schroeder Sons; 2n. Murry Hencirie; 3rd, J. B. Ririe. Shire brotxl mare with foal at side Murry Hendrle: 2nd, J. B. Rir- ie; 3rd, Marry Hemlrie. Shire filly, 2 -Marry Hcn- lo. Sliiro fllljr, J. B. Ririe, Shire dry. J. B. Ririe. Shire Foal of Hon- drie; 2nd, J. B. Illrle; 3rd, Murry Hendrle. Shlro animal of niiy nge or sex bred In Albnrm 'by the owner who must be'the. 1st, Murry Hendrle; 2nd, Slurry' Hoiidrle; 3rd, Murry, Hsnilrlo; 4th, J. B. Hackneys. TV..; filly, W. Watt; dry mare '3 years, W. Watt. v Percherons Stallion, 4 years or J. C Drewry, Cowley; 2nd, B. Thome, 3rd, E. A. Daven- port, Acme. Alta. Stallion, 3 W. B. Home. Stallion, 2 G. Lame, Calgary; D.-Lame, Calgary: 3rd, J. C. Drewry; 4th. .1. C. Drewry. Stallion, G. Lano; 2nd G. Lane; 3rd, E. A. Davenport; G. Lane. Brood mare with foal at J. C. Drewry; 2nd, R. A. 3rd, B. A; Davenport; 4th, E. A. Dav- enport, Filly, 2 E. A. Daven- port; 2nd> -E.'A.JDavenport; 3rd, W. B.' Thorhe. Filly, E. A. Daven- port; 2nd, J. C. Drewry; 3rd, G. Lane; 4th, G. Lane. Canadian Champion J. C. Drewry; 2nd, G. Lane; 3rd, G. Lane. Canadian champion G. Lane; 2nd, J.; C. Drewry; 3rd, E. A. Davenport. Canadian champion Canadian bred G. Lane; 2nd, G. Lane. Canadian --Champion Canadian .beat G. Lane; 2nd, E. A. Dav- enport; 3rd, J. C.; Drewry. Canadian, .champion brood mare with Drewry; 2nd, E. Davenport. Stallion. Percheron dry G. Lane. Percheron foal of J. C. Drewry; 2nd, B. A. Davenport; E. A. Davenport; 4th, B. A. Daven- Percheron animal any sie or sex bred in the owner who must be G. Hud, G. Lane; 3rd, G. Lane; 4th B. A.; Davenport. A. P. 'A. Chicago champion stallion any J; C. 2nd, E. A. Davenport; 3rd, Drewry. P. A. Chicagolbest rnai-c any age J. C. T-ane) S'iid, J. C. Drem'ry; E X. .1. C. Drewry. P. A. Chicago ihwt'mara any age J. C. Drowry; 2nd, E. A. Daven- port. A. P. A'. animals got- ten of one B. A. .Davenport. A. P. A. best'two produced of E. A. Davenport; 2nd, K. A. Davenport. P. A. Chicago, stallion in har- J. C. Drewry; "2nd, E. A. Davenport. CATTLE Shorthprrli. Bull, 5 year or Yule Bowes; 2nd, A. B. SbuttlSworth. Ball, H. S. Cnrrio; 2nd, Yule and Bowes. Bull, Yule Bowes; 2nd, A. E. Shuttleworth. Bull Ai 'E. Shattleworth; 2nd, H. S. Currie. Cow-, 3 Yule Bows; 2nd, Yule Bowos; S. Currie; 4th, H. S. Currie. Heiter, 2 Yule tc Bowes; 2nd, A. E. Shuttleworth; Heifer Yule Bowes: 2nd, Yule Bowes., Heifer.s Yule Bowes; 2nd, A. E. Shuttleworth. Heifer Yule Bowes; 2nd, A. E. Shuttleworth. Heifer A. E. Shuttle- worth, 'Herd bull and 'three females any by exhibitpr-trlst, .Yule Bows; 2nd, Yule Bows; 3rd. H. S. Cnrrie; 4th, A. E. Shuttleworth. Champion Shorthorn Yule Bow-s, Calgary. Herefbrds. Bull, 3 years or A. B. Cook; 2nd, F. Collicot, 2 B. Cook. Bull, B. Cook. There' are many imita- tions of this best of all fly killers. Aikfor WiUon'., b.iur. you and diuppcmtuwnt. Bull, Collicoi. Bull A. B.-Cook; 2nd, F. CoIHoot. Bull II. Cook. Coiv, 3 A. B. Cook; 2nd, F. Collicot. Heifer, 2 F. Collicot; 2nd, A. B. Cook. Helfor, A. B. Cook. Helfor A. B. Cook. Heifer A. B. Cook. Herd bull and three females any age, owned by A. B. Cook; 2nd, A. B. Cook; 3rd, F. Col- HcoL Champion Hereford A. B. Cook, Helena, Mont. Aberdeen Angus. Biill, 3 years or Lew Hntchtnson; 2nd. W. R. Stewart. .Bull, 2 Gus Bruchet. Bull, Lew Hutchin- aort; 2nd, W. R. -Stewart. Bull A. il. HulcblnEon; 2nd, Lew Htttchinson. Bull A. M. Hutchinson; 2nd, Lew Hutchinson. Bull Lew Hutchinson; 2nd, R. R. Lea. H. R. Lea; 2nd. Hutchinson; 3rd, W. R. Stewart; 4th, Lew H-utcfliinson. Heifer, 2 Lew Hutchin- son; 2nd, Lew Hutchinson; 3rd, W, R. Stewart; 4th, H. R. Lea. Heifer, W. R. Stew- art; 2nd, Lew Hutchinson; 3rd, R. R. Lea; tth, -H. R. Lea. Heifer, jr. Lew Hut- ehinBon; 2nd, Lew Hutcliinson. Heifer, sr. W: R. Stewart. Heifer, jr. W. R. Stewart. Herd 'bull and three females any age, owned by Lew Hutchinson; 2nd, Lew Hutcliinson; 3rd, W. R. Stewart; 4th, R. R.'lfflk." Champion Aberdeen AJigus, Lew Hutchinson, Duhamel, Alta, 1st. POULTRY AND PET STOCK Brahams. Class 1. .Cook, ton; 2nd, Johnston Bros.; 3rd, John- ston Bros. "Wftrrington; 2nd, John- ston Bros.; 3rd Johnston Bros. Harrington; Braiam cock, F. King; 2nd, F. King; 3rd, F. King. F. King; 2nd, F. King; 3rd, F. King. Cockerel, F. King. Cochlnl, ;BuS- -'2nd, Johnston ,-Broa. WariSngton. Cora- wall, OnL; 2nd; Johnston Bros., Sang- ffion, Alta. Cock, black or Warring- ton; 2nd, 3rd, Johnston Bros. Hen, black .or Wirrins- ton; 2nd, Johnston Bros; 3rd, Dyron Bros. Cock, 2nd, Dyson CIimo; Hen "Wirrington: 2nd, JoJmston Bros.; 3rd, Dyron Climo. Cockerel, Warring- ton. Pullet, Warrington. Langshan hen, War- rintrtou. Langshan cock. War- rington; 2nd, Johnston Bros.; 3rd ,.T. B. Ririe. Langthans .Hen, Warrington; 2nd, Johnston Bros.; 3rd, J. B. Ririe. Cockerel, Johnston -Bros. 2nd. Warring'ton; 3rd, A, Graham, Lethhridge. Pullet, Johnston Bros.: 3rd, A. Graham. Dorklngi. Cock, silver WaJTington; 2nd, Warrington; 3rd, Rowland Ness, Winton, Alta. Warrington; 2nd, Johnston Bros. Warrington; 2nd, War- rington; 3rd, Johnston Bros. Hen, Silver Warrington; 2nd, Jolhnslon Bros; 3rd, Rowland Ness. Wirrington; Warrington; 3rd, Johnston Bros. White Warringtoo; 2nd, Johnston iBros.; 3rd, Warrington. White Jcar.Eion Bros.; 2nd, Warrington. Orpingtons. Cock, P. H. Ashcroft; 2nd J. B. Hlrifi. Hen, P. H. Ashcroft; 2nd. J. B. Ririe Cockerel, L. B. Losey; 2nd..P..H. Ashcroft, city; 3rd, P. Wat- erliouse, City. Pullet, Warrington; 2nd, P. H- Ashcrofft; 3rd, P. Watefhouse. Cockerel, Warrington, Pullet, Hbudana. Johnston Bros.; 2nd, WaiTlngton. Hoixlau Warrington; Znd, JcSmston 'Bros.; 3rd, Warrington. Plymouth Rock. Cock, Warringlon; 2nd F. B. Ai'che; ,3ixi, L. B. Losey. Hen P .B. Arcae; 2nd, H. L.-Senile: 3rd, H. L. SeaKe. Cockerel, L. .Losey: 2nd, li. B. 'Loscy; 3rd, H. L. Seaile, Pullet, 2nd, Soalle; 3rd, Seaile. F..Senior; 2nd. "L. B. Losey; B, txisey. W.'Carter; 2nd, F. 'Sonlor; 3rd, L. B. Pullet, F. Senior; 2nd, L. B; Losey; 3rd, L. -B. Losey Cock ByHon Cllino; 2nd, Warrington; 3rd J. Blair. Hen Dyson Climo; 2nd, Dyson Clime: 3rd, Warrington. Cockerel, A. Pat- terson. Pullet, A. L. Pat- terson. Wyandottes. Cock, J. B. Ririe; 2nd, A. Graham. Hen, C. J. WyaU; 2nd, R. Scott; 3rd, J. li. Ririe. Pullet, Scott. Cockerel, R. Scott, city; 2nd. C. ,1. Wj'att, Diamond City. Cock, sliver Benton, city. Hen, silver Johnston [Bros.; 2nd, J. Benton; 3rd, Johnston Bros. Cockerel, silver J. Ben- ton: 2nd, ,1, Benton. Cock, Golden Warring- ton. Hen, golden Warring- ;ton; 2nd, 1. H. Emmerson. I Cockerel, golden A. G. j Spence, city. Pullet, golden Warring- Cornwall, OnL; 2nd, A. G. Spence. Cook, F. King, city; 3nd. F. King; 3rd, Warrington, Hen, Warrington; 2nd, F. King; 3rd, F. King. Cockerel, Wajrrington. Pullet, Warrlngtonv Cock, Warrington; 2nd, Warrinffton. Hen 2nd, W. T. Passey: 3rd, Warringlon. Cock, any other Dryon Climo: 2nd, Warrington; 3rd, War- Hen auy other Dyron Climo; 2nd, Dyron fc Climo; 3rd, Sam Jones. Cockerel any other Sam Jones. ......r Pullet any other Jones. Campines J. 'Blair; 2nd WarrinB- ton. Warrington; 2nd and 3rd. J. 'Blair. Rhode Island Reds. B. C. 1st and 2nd: C. W. Lowther 3rd. 1st and 2nd; War- rington 3rd. -S. C. A. Nlen, R. Scott. S. C. Niven; Warring- ton 2nd: aiid 3rd. R. C. 'Blair 1st and Hawcroft 3rd. ;H_ C. Hawcroft, Blair 3rd. -R. C. Cockerel, Hawcroft 1st. R. C. 1st. Games. red or Wirrington lit and 2nd. Game Warrington 1st, 2nd and 3rd. 1st Hen, 1st and 2nd, Johnston Bros. 3rd. Sumatra 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Indian and Climo 1st, Warrtngton 2nd, Hawcroft 3rd. Indian _ 1st and 2nd; HawprofiS 3rd.' Mlnorcas. S. C. E. Humphries 1st and 2nd, A. Graham 3rd. S. C. Hen, B. Humphries let and 2nd, Warrihgton 3rd. S. C. Cockerel, Beaton 1st, A..E. Humphries 2nd, A. D. Spence 3rd. S. C. Pullet, Beaton 1st and 2nd. A. E. Humphries 3rd. Rose Comb Bros. 1st and 2nd, A. G. Spence 3rd. R. C. Hen, Bros. 1 jit'and. 3rd. R. C. Cockerel, G. Spence let. R. C. Barnes, 1st, A. G. Spence. White Minorca Sneuee. Minorca Johnston Bros. 2nd and 3rd. White Minorca ton. White Minorca, Spanish. 1st and 2nd, Johnston Bros. 3rd. 1st and 2nd, Johnston Bros. 3rd. Andaluilans. and Climo 1st, Warr rington 2nd, Johnston 'Bros. 3rd. and Climo 1st, Warring- ton 2nd and 3rd. Bros, Bros., T. Holliday. Leghorns., S. C.. Cock, If. Emmerson 1st, 2nd and '3rd. Silver Bros. S. C. Hen, H. Emmorson iat, 2nd and 3rd. S. C. 1st, Emmer5on 2nd, E. Senior 3rd. S. C. White Emerson 2nd, Senior 3rd. R. C. white- Bros. 1st and 2nd. R. C. white Bros. and 2nd, ,3rd. R'. C. white Johnston Bros. R. C. White Johnston Broe. S C. irown 1st, Lowther 2nd and 3rd. S. C. brown 1st, Johnston 2nd, Pollard 3rd. S. C. brown 1st, Jonos 2nd.'Spence 3rd. {Continued on 7) STAR LAND TO-NIGHT A RIP ROARING Keystone 2 REELS OF EXCITEMENT Deputy Sheriff A REAL LIVE WESTERN STORY DRAMATIC SPECIAL Through FULL OF HUMAN'INTEREST Do not try -to get the spots out of your- clothes yourself. You.- probably, make them Avorsc. Send them to the Valet, and you will get them back again T PHONE 1812 CLEANERS BYERS 60S Third Avenue South. HEART OF CITY HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE In the centre of stores on botli fides. 'Biiildinir abolutelr cnncrete, steci UUROfEAN KAN-HI per J.yip VTltb (2 pee James Kidde, of Beeton, tlio age of 81 years. Guatav 'Brauer "was sentenced at Sydney, Nr, S-, to -be hanged for tho murder of a little girl. "'U.' S. Senator Blihu Root says he does not want to se'elc re-election. Ha suggests as candidates for his place Representative) AVIlliam jr. Calder, of Brooklyn, Jtitnes Jr., of Geneseo, and Harvey D. Hinman, ol Binghanvpton. In 48 hours your corns will be gone if you use this simple method. Apply Blue-jay tonight. Tomorrow you will not think of the corn. Day after- tomorrow the corn will befi; loosened. Simply lift it out. Some people corns yeir After yeav merely pmng them in a while.. Some people use old-time ments, ina think corns can't ended. They wrong themselves. A fam- ous chemist has solved the whole corn problem. .And his removes a million corns a month. Go try it. Npte how the pain stops instantly. Note how gently Biuvjay underminasthtcorn. Note how soon the whole corn comes out, without any pain or Next Sunday you can be as free from corns us a barefoot boy. And, so lone as you live, you will oivtr agtia let corns bother you. f Blue-jay For Corns IS 25 cMU-il DranbU Butr Bhclt, diavt ;