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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta [WEDNESDAY, JUNK 7, 1910. TOE LETI1BR1DGE -sDAILY HERALD PAGE THREE each 2 FOR 30c. Ask your deale Brooklyn New York Pliilnileliilila Chicago Cincinnati Uoston .__ Pitlsbm-g St. Unite Starched .and- light weight A NOVELTY IN TOOKE COLLARS Admitted the (jest quality and best fitting in Canada TOOKE BROS..LIMITED MONTREAL One of Heroes of Jutland Battle Celebrated Football Player of 90's I Justice Duff Believes Fuse Contracts Not Explained to Satisfaction of People Cardinals Beat Braves Boston, June batting rally by St. Louis in the ninth inning not tod two runs and a victory. The locals nlso rallied in their half of the Detroit Shut Out Boston Detroit, June held Host ton to three hits today and Detroit won lo 0. I'niil the ninth inning the world's did not get a man but could score only one run, the final j10 base, and only two reached score being 2 to 1. St. Louis............. 2 fi (I Boston.............. I 1 Salleo and Snyder; .Rudolph and Tragrossor. League Leaders Win i Brooklyn, Juno took the first game oE the series with Cin- cinnati in a tree hitting game today, 7 to 4. Cincinnati Brooklyn llrst Boston.............. 0 3 2 Detroit.............. 3 i> 0 Gregg ;im! Thomati; DausH mid Slan- ilgf- Hhiladtilplifa :it Chicago, no (4; wet grounds. New York at St. Louis, rain. Washington Cleveland, rain. Vancouver, Juno time fol- Joivers of football ami sports In gen- eral, :will remember that the late Sir Robert Arbutlmot, rear-admiral, who Vent down in the recent great naval battle, was one of the most famous rugby players in British Columbia, ground about the year 1802, when as captain of the Navy teiuii in Victoria, lie lead his huskies to victory time and time again. He was considered one of.the best.three-quarter backs in the game.and practically carried the whole team through a score of rugby games on the island. 4 11 7 12 Mitchell, Moseley, Schneider i iVingo; Pfeffer and Meyers. Giants Lose Again j New York, June took j j the first game of the series with New York hero today by ;t score of to iMamau-T held the home club to five hits while PHlsburg bunched hits on Ben ton In three innings. Pittsburg 3 9 New York............ 2 5 Mumaux Gibson; Benton, Shi REDS THE STUMBLING BLOCK OF THE GIANTS ESTABLISHES ARE( _ Newark, N. J., June Spencer, of- Toruntu, a new amateur bicycle record for a race at the New York Velodrome Sat- urday. The Canadian hoy won the race by overtaking .E. I. Byron, of Calif., the cither remaining survivor out of a of six, after fidlng thirteen and five-sixths miles. This is (he greatest distance ever Mddeu by an amateur at pursuit rac- ing'on an American track. The time ol minutes and 38 seconds. A great ovation was given the Canadian .011 .his achievement of this feat. RECORD TIME OVER HURDLES New York, June new Ameri- can amateur record for the 120-yard low hurdles, -IS 4-5 seconds, was made yesterday by J. J. Kller, of the Irish- American Athletic club, in an atnlet- ic meet held in connection with the day celebration, in the new Sheepshead speedway. The time was three-fifth's of a second faal- er than Eller's record, made in 1909. J. K. Norton of Leland-Stanford, Jr. university was second, his time being ]4 seconds. and Rarideii. Whaies Pounded the Ball Philadelphia, June was n a batting mood today and drove two Philadelphia pitchers off the rubber five innings and took the game. S 2. Philadelphia could not locate Vaughn's delivery until late in the game. Chicago.............. 8 14 0 Philadelphia ,T 2 9 L Vaughn and Fischer; Rixey, Mayer, Oeschger and KHHfer, Burns. Those much despised Cincinnati Reds have taken some of the glam- I mour off that wonderful road trip of 0 j the New York Giants when they cliinb- ed from last place to a pennant con- i straight games. The Giants returned home on Friday! (CONTINUKIJ FROM FllOKT of explanation, and I must say that tho explanation was very fur me to follow." in closing, Mr. Hell taut It asserted that the charges had fallen down. P. B. Carvell, who followed s-'id that he v.-as tho lumming up of Hellmulh. Pub- licly and he had been con- gratulating him on the manner in which he handled hiH case. He had now abandoned that high plane and Iiad taken the position of political ad- vocate. He had to knock him down. Chairman Meredith: "Is there doubt that no commission would have jeen appointed unless minister jad Mr; Carvell .replied that he did not enow as he was., not keeper of the "of the government. The ninistdr was the man of straw which Mr.-Hellmuth put up in order to knock down. The inquiry had been restrict- ed: "We had connection Ottawa, June Alexander Bertram, the chairman of the shell committee, was recalled for further j Province of Albeiia is publicly direct- examination before the Meredith-Duff to the fac, thia the present Uquor Ordtau.ce .t sco Col. J. Wesley Allison if lie want-i June 80th, 1916. ami is ed to secure a fuse contract. General succeeded by The Uquor Act, a pro- Bertram said that he c-ould not re-; lilbltion measure v.-hloli comes into nomber ever having made such and effect on Jnlr 1st. statement. Apart from the fuse con- i A few of the provisions ol The Upuor tracts and the order for cartridge i aro emoted herewith, for public put up a man of straw ,18es (ronl the sulwnrcls Valve com-1 "'formation and all parties merest- firt arc flflvinpd tn ant TPHK tliR under- THE LIQUOR ACT Chapter 4 Province of Alberta, 1916 COMING INTO FORCE AND EFFECT ON SATURDAY, JULY 1st, 1916 Cut this advertisement out for future reference.' It will appear but once, attention of all people of the sheaves of evidence i with contracts placed i f INTERNATIONAL Newark.............. 2 S Baltimore 3 Enright. and Egan; Sherman a McAvoy. Providence........... 7 (i Richmond............ 3 7 TIncup and Yelle; Rose, Jarraan O'Connell. First Rochester............. 1 3 2 Toronto.............. 5 9 1 Hill, Kramer and Hale; Shocker and McKee. Second lochester............ S 12 1 Toronto.............. 2 1 Herschel and Casey; McTigue Thompson and Kelly. First Buffalo and were given a wonderful reception. .Many world's series games imu smaller crowds than the one last Friday in New York, when thirty thousand fans jammed their way into the park. The crowd saw a great battle in which the j great Mathewsou lost out in a thir- hjf teen inning duel. After such a-triuiu- PING BODIE LEADS COASTERS San Francisco, June Bodie outdistanced by many points all the heavy hitters or the-Coast league for the week ending yesterday, accord- ing to the baseball statistics made public today, the Seals' centerfielder slugging at the rate of .373. Montreal-........... l> 7 fl Gaw, Tyson and Onslow; Fullerton and Wells. Second 7 IS 1 Montreal............. (J I'A 0 Fullenweider, Tyson ami Haley; Colwell, Cadore and Wells. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Minneapolis.......... 3 12 3 Kansas City.......... 4 (i 0 Tingling and Owens; Cocreham and Berry. Columbus at Toledo, rain. Indianapolis at Louisville, rain. phant road tour, it seemed the irony of fate that the Giants should lose their first home game. Oi Saturday the Giants got jven by defeating the Cincinnati team 7 to 4. As Sunday is the seventh day of the week in New York, there was no game played there the day before terday, but yesterday in their third clash since conilng home, the Giants were again defeated, this time by i-he acore of 2 to 2, and after ten innings of play, which gave the Cincinnati Reds the series, two out. of three, Pitcher Toney for Cincinnati -won his own game when he opened the tenth inning with a 3-base hit and scored on Chase's single. Canada which we were noi allowed to he said.. Mr. Carvell'argued that every point n cables sent by Sir Robert Bordeu -o' Sir Sam Hughes in London had been proven by evidence to the hilt. The fact that the American Anima- tion company had-a'maximum capital of aiid .minimum capital of that advances had been made, hat thcro was an. agreement between Bassick; Cadwelt'- and r oakum to plit commission.-..had been proven. Mr. Carvell declared that much had )een said of the wonderful things Col. Allison had done to bring down the price of fuses. -He recalled, however, that evidence showed that first price of International company had been Two weeks later it was reduced to 15.00 and later to all before Colonel Allison had any- thing to do with price reductions. "I would like to know what Allison cnnfreres had to do with that went on Mr, Carvell. "K Allison did anything it is up to him to show that he ever lifted a flng- er, did omTtKing, or wrote one word that resulted rn this reduction." 12th Annual Convention Women's Auxiliary Opens (CONTINUED.FK0M. FRONT PAGE) ar? ,advifled .lo. Ior complete cop.es of the Act. pany, Col. Allison, he said, had not had anything to do with the shell com- mittee. So far an all Canadian con- tracts were concerned he dealt direct-, ly with Canadian manufacturers. Geil. Canadian laws 1 he government The Act is a prohibitory measure, so far -AS H is possible to make it un- Bertram said it was true that on May 6, he had told Mr. Harris that there I was a possibility of a portion of the fuse contracts being left in Canada.! Asked if he had heard Col. Carnegie say to Mr. Harris that there was pressure from higher up. General Bertram said: "I waK the pressure. The war office was anxious to get the contracts." General Bertram said that as far as he was concerned the only part Col. Allison had to do with the fuse j contract, was In regard to the break- j ing of prices and bringing manufac- j hirers together. General Bertram sajcl that he had never had any conversa- tion with Mr. Harris, referring to'Col. Allison as "foxy Allison." Couldn't Give Contract As to his refusal to give a contract to the Russell Motor Car company, the general said that he was a par of Alberta intends giving the Act strict and impartial enforcement, and invites J WHO CAN SELL AND DISPOSE OF LIQUOR. (Inside 1. Government appointed Vendors. '1. Druggists (for medicinal purposes Sheriff or assignee (under judic- iaal procedure WHO CAN SELL FACTURED IN ALBERTA, FOR CONSUMPTION OUTSIDE OF ALBERTA. 1. Brewers. 2. Distillers. ;j. Dominion licenses (makers of es- sences, 4. Warehouse Exporter (Section ticular friend.of.Mr. Harris, and was WHO _CAN .ADMINISTER _ PROFES- anxlous to give him a contract, but in j view of the urgency of the matter he j could not do so on the plans he had j submitted. "Was the pressure from General Hughes: to let these contracts to the American Ammunition company and the International ;No; he never mentioned ft in any shape or form. We had no interfer- uce from the government. They knew nothing of what we were doing except the cables to the war office which went through the militia department." Yesterday's Ottawa, June the royal commission resumed this morning Mr. SIGNALLY OR GIVE LIQUOR iN ALBERTA. 1. Registered Dentist. 2. Registered Veterinary Surgeon (to animals 3. Hospital official, hospital uurse, matron or manager (to hospital patients only on physician's pre- 4. Attendant of a sick person (on BUNCH OFxCOAST BOXERS TO GO TO THE ANTIPODES Billy Weeks, Frank Barrteau and Harry Anderson Wanted by "Snowy" Baker Vancouver, June 6. Three well- known Vancouver boxers may make the long trip to Australia within the next few weeks to engage in a series of bouts before "Snowy" Baker's club. The Sydijey promoter is now in com- munication with representatives of the Vancouver boys and they expect to de- part shortly, for the Antipodes. Billy Weeks, middleweight champion .oi' Canada; Frank Barrieau, Pacific coast welterweight champion and Harry An- derson, a clever lightweight, are the ones asked to make the trip to Kan- ton. Houlton. Dia- mond Glasgow, Mrs. Har- per; Nash, Miss Me- Kcague. High Arnold, I Miss 'Lethbridge, St. Ang- Mrs. Murrell- Wright, Mrs. Bentley, Mrs. Sharman; St. Cyprian's McMHlen, ,Mrs. Kellog; Mrs. Cripps: St. A. Taylor, Mrs. A. Mrs. Una worth; St. Cyprian's, girls' Jones, E. Bouiton, V. Hagell. George, Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Brown; girls' Patterson. Mrs. Sarison, Mrs. Blake; girls' branch Larson. Wit- St. Paul at Milwaukee, St. Paul did Barrieau is a former .Can- not arrive. NORTHERN BASEBALL BREVITIES.: 3 i Winnipeg............. o a i It is dawning upon St. Louis fans Griffin and Aguew; Clark Moore.] that Jack Miller's days as a first base-1 Virginia man are about uver and one of tlieiDuIuth............ duties of the Cardinals' scouts this! Bennett and Buster; .season will be to pick up a likely can- I adian amateur champion. He won the title in Toronto a few years ago "when Henderson, K. C., counsel for Colonel Allison, announced that Mise Mabel j Edwards, Col. Allison's secretary, i would be unable to give further evi- j dence on account of He said that he had talked the matter of j Miss Edwards' bankbook over with Mr. Carvell and had told the latter that there was no objection to him send- ing to New York for particulars of Miss Edwards' account. This Mill be done. T. E. Kirby, fuse expert of the Rus- sel Motor company, who was.the first witness said he had gained '-exper-' prescription from registered phy- 5. Registered physician in regular practice. 6. Minister of the Gospel (for sacra- mental purposes 7. Occupant in dwelling house only (except to a person under 21 years of age. .Liquor .can only, .be ad- liall before of fnses with Vic- 3. Person ministered to person under 21 years of age on prescription, and by father, mother, guardian .or physician of such WHO CAN POSSESS LIQUOR1 IN ALBERTA, 1. Occupant of private dwelling house (limit one quail ot spirits and two gallons of malt 2. Person regularly engaged, in me- chanical business (limit 10 gal- lons ience in the i kers Maxim company in England. He iiad made a fuse .M entific pursuits (limit, 10 gallons to pre- it was not a very difficult matter to train skilled mechanics to make and load fuses. Kirby maintained that he j had worked ;on the first order of this j kind of fuse ever given out by the British government. It was a Krupp ramental purposes 5. incorporated public hospitals quantity not cait- on- ly be administered to .patients on ford, .Miss Wyndhara. j inventjon said he had met Roqse. Pincher Gretton, Carnegie in. November, 1914, j .Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. Martin. Red Deer but he wflB not. Slire whether he had S Ayres, Mrs. Page, Mrs. Cot- tingham. Ttmms and Galloway. Life Merriberehips told him he could load fuses. Wit- ness maintained that he had gone into the details of fuse manufacture with the-Allis-Chalmers company in Decem- The presentation of two life mem- 19f4> and the-price he had then bership certificates and pins was a ascertained ?3-QO for the loaded pleasing feature of this morning's ses- Questibued closely by Eugene j diet. Mclntyre took three -boys across the continent and won three nation; j titles, Barrieau winning in two diyis half of St. Mark's parish, Calgary, gave I iness now- an Mrs., Grevitt the same. Letters of as good as it greeting were read by Mrs. Nease (lidalb as Miller's successor. Miller is not hitting and his fielding is i'ar from the class required in a major league. Dave Bancroft's injury, put him put oC the Pliilly line-up tempor- was a split finger, the result of trying to stop a hot one from the bat, of Hal Chase, in Cincinnati on May IQ. j Seattle The shortstop's absence gave Hobby Spokane Byrne a chance to "-show that he still Vigerist. Fargo.....'........ Superior........... Hawkins and Smith; Erickson. 0 7 K Culver ..3 S (i S Ballis and 3 1 and (CONTINUED FKOJTT PAGE) NORTHWESTERN c-au jilay in spite of reports to the con- trary. Brooklyn fans roue OIlie O'Mara off the team when it wag at homo, but OIlie is going grandly on the road as n substitute for Ivan Olson, who -vas injured in one of the games at St. Jxmis! Give, lhe youngster the co tVnce thnt comes with eiicoiiragemj.it he may yet show the criti -il pomilation. Fans at the Cubs-Whales Park .in Chicago have been millinc; some of the old time stuff such as soaking umpires With mUil imiia, uiit Oil the diamond and delaying the game after lhe fashion of schoolboys at' a lot game, .and all that. Aa a result visit- ing managers are demanding that there be something like descipline in Chirapo games, St. Louis fans who wera told that Hoy Corhan was the superior of Dave Hanerqft as a shortstop when the two were in the Coast League afe not sure of it now. Gorhcn's work has been uncertain with the Cards, and hta errors have not all been mechanical cither, while Bancroft is seldom found making a mental mistake and was going fast until injured. 5 T Eastloy and Cadmaii; Cunningham, of 4th should read D. A. R. Lieut S. Ellis, 7th, in the wire of.5th; j now reported -wounded and not miss 3 ing. Stanley Jones, Princess Pats, n CATARRH of liio BLADDER relieved In 24HOURS and Murray. Great Falls Butte 6 13; Rock, Fries and Shea; Mcikle -and Altman. Vancouver 4 7 2 Oallahau and Follman; Leonard and Roberts. COAST LEAGUE San Francisco S 10 E. Johnson, Hess and Whaling; Steen and Brooks. Oakland Portland 11. 17. Klawitter, Klein. Bqyd. Davis .and Klliott; .Noyea, Kelly Fisher. ,j Salt Lake 1. 4 2j Los Angeles 3 S 1 j 10 innings. Hall, Picrcy, Fittery and Hannah; Ryan and Bossier, wounded in wire of is now reported missing. Capt. G. Cornish, Princess Pats, the wire of the 5th, has died of wounds. Lieut. H. G. Allen, 60th, in the wire of the 5th, has died of wounds. Lieut. L. B. Bum stead, 4th C. M. R., reported missing in the wire qf 4th, is now reported wounded, Capt. W. K. L. Coleman, 4th C. jr. R.. in the wire of the 4th, is now re- ported at duty. Lieut. G. X. C. M. R., in the wire wounds. of the 4th, has died of -5- TRAP SHOOTERS.ATTENTION The local Gun Club will hold a shoot every Wednesday even- ing at 7 o'clock. An invitation ia extended, to everyone lo come and try their. skill. Tho field ertptains have made special arrangements for beginners and strangers. Shells will, be on sale and guns provided. s% I DDNT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please notify ICEHTRALWOVINCiAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. HowardStufchbwy, ffecy. R Kctunied Soldiers1 Bureau, LETWBRIDQE, ALBERTA, J. R. OLIVER, City Clerk, Secy. would be required 'for the thank offer- ng fumUt did not seem posBl'ble that such a--ai.m--uou.cl be raised, but it is being doue. The fact that the sold- iers of Jesus Christ are.fighting a far more formidable foe tlian the Ger- mans, was emphatically expressed by _ Mrs. Geddes. The 'general board is j send a, new recruit to-l mission field-this year. Before Mrs. Geddes on behalf of St. j Lafleiir to the witness Cyprian's W. A. .presented Mrs. Me-, Wa8 not.very clear. He said he was Milleii with these and on working on that part of the bus- d his memory was not had been. Melville P. White, of the AHis-Chal- from the following branches, the New j and the Canadian General Elec- Westminster, Saskatchewan, trjc toia the commission that they Rupert's Land, Keewatin, Huron, Fred- C0uld have made fuses had they been erictun, Algoma.-Ottawa. Columbia, encouraged to do so. They had no Moosomin, Caledonia, the general Piant but bould have secured one. board of the W. A., and the St. Paul's' J------ mission, Blood reserve. Welcome Delegate! On behalf of the three W. A.'s of Lethbridge, Miss Bawden welcomed the delegates to Lethbridge and hoped that their visit would be enjoyable as well as. profitable. She spoke of the changes .womankind is undergoing during these war times and how there should be the same sisterhood of wo- man at home as there is brotherhood of man in the trenches. A great work is before every woman if she will only recognize Jt. There are women slack- ers just as there are male slackers, and now, if never before, is the time for "them to rise to their responsib- ilities In Uie war that Is being waged every day against sin, depression-and vice. 'Mrs. W. H. Mitchell of Calgary responded in a few well-chosen words and thanked the Lethbridge people for their hospitality. The Best Year "The 'best year that this diocesan branch of the W. A. has ever had has just said Mrs. Geddes, in her report as president. There are 200 more -branches, tho Dorcas and Liter- ature societies have extended their work, there is more money in the treasury, four new girls' branches have been formed, the united thank offering is becoming more widely known in all the branches, the junior work is rapidly expanding and five new life members have been made. Appeal on Miitlont Mrs. Geddes made an eloquent ap- oeal for more workers in the mission fcld, where there IB so much to be accomplished. At the general meet- ing of the W. A. it wan decided that no retrenchments should be made iept perhaps In buildings, this yearT even if it is war-time. The apeak' urged her audience not to stand still but to forge onward. When the announcement made that physician's Sick person (limited ip amount covered by Sheriff under execution or judicial process. Assignee in bankruptcy or insol- vency. 9. Common carriers, for trausporta- iion only (quantities limited as allowed by 10. Brewers, distillers, Dominion li- censees (must all'he1 manufactur- 11. Exporter, in warehouHe only (re- rstrictfjd lo siilcs outside of Al- 11'. Physicians in regular uractiee (limit two U. Dentists (limit one 1-1. Veterinary surgeons (limit one gallon, for animais 15. Druggists (for prescriptions only iim! Vendors las allowed by the WHAT is A DWELLING HOUSE? Section expression "private (1 welling house" in this Act shall mean a separate dwelling with a separate door for the ingress and egress and actually and exclusively occupied and used as a private residence. PLACES WHERE LIQUOR CANNOT BE KEPT, SOLD, CONSUMED OR GIVEN. A "private dwelling house" shall not include or mean and shall not be con- strued to include or mean, any house or building occupied or partially oc- cupied or used as an office (other than a duly registered physician's, dentist's, veterinary surgeon's or as a shop, or as a place of busi- ness, or as a factory, or as a work- shop, or as a warehouse, or as a club hou'se, or clubroom. public hall or. hall of any society or order, or as a board- ing house, or as a lodging house where there are more than three lodg- ers other than the members of the family, or as a livery stable, or as an inn. tavern, hotel.or other house or place of public entertainment, or any house or buildings the rooms and com- partments in which are leased to dif- ferent persons, or any buildings or house mentioned in Section 48 of this Act. or any house or building where for money or other valuable consider- ation any goods or chattels are kept for.sale, or sold, or tmeals given or lodging provided, nor shall it incIirtiB or mean to be construed to include or mean any house or building connected by a doorway or covered passage or way- of internal, communication, ex- cept by telephone with any place where liquor is authorized to be sold under this Act, or with any office, ex- cept a duly registered" physician's, dentist's, a veterinary surgeon's of- fice, or with any place of business, club-' men-. tioned, boarding house or lodging house as aforesaid, livery stable, inn. tavern, hotel or other house or place ot public entertainment or resort or with any house or building mentioned in Section 47 of this Act. Section 24 of the Act makes thfs j prohibition: No person within tKe! Province of Alberta by himself, his Clerk, servant or agent shall ikeep-or give liquor in any place what: soever, than in the. private, dwelling house in which ie resides, except as authorized by this Act. Section 51. "The burden of proving the "tight to have or keep or sell qiv gi_t'6_ liquor shall be on the person ac- cused of improperly or unlawfully. having or keeping or selling or giving such liquor." Section 71. Police officers, police- men and constables shall have full authority to enforce 'any: of the pi'b- of this'Act. V Such alcoholic preparations as are made according to a formula of the British or United States Pharniaco- poeia, can he sold only by a qualified druggist. This refers to tonic wines, etc.; sometimes sold outside of drug stores. F. G, FORSTER, Chief. Inspector. Newspapers publishing this advt. without authority, will not be paid. factory, warehouse, workshop, DRAYING Of'AH Kinds Western Transfer Go. P. 1. ShHl, PHONES: Offlea ItM 1064 closing a few words :of ed during the NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND Express and Transfer BALED ALFALFA FOR SALE In the Estate of Pete Penteleczuk, late of the village of CoalhurEt, in the Province of Alberta, miner, de. ceased. Fifth1 Pllftnp flf street south OF ALL KINDS GARDENS PLOUGHED v y all persons having .claims upon estate of the above named Pete wno died on the 5th day of May A.D. 1916, are required tOvfllo with the Trusts and Guarantee Company Limited of Calgary, Alberta, by the 17th day of .liily A.D. 1916 a full statement duly verified of their claims and of any security held by them, and after that date the administrator will distribute the assets ,of the deceased among the parties' entitled .thereto, having regard 'only to the claiuii of which notice has been so filed or of which have been brought to their knowledge: DATED this 27th. day of May A.D. 1916. H. OSTLUND, Lathhrldge, Alberta. Sollclior for the Administrator. Approved fur three insertions in the Lcthbridge.'Datly Herald. J A. .Tap.Vsnn. OF REMOVAL! MR. R. ANDREW SMITH having combined his practice with that of Mr. John R. Palmer, has removed his business to j the offices of the latter at Royal Bank Chambers, 3rd Avc., South. L Martin Transfer Phone 1386 PffoMPT SERVICE A. CLARK, PROP. 1 Hay and Grain! WE ARE NOW LOCATED -IN THE M E T A LS, .LIMITED, BUILDING, 1221 2ND AVENUE SOUTH, PHONE'732, and we are prepared to fill your .requirements ot bay and either wholesale or retail. A trial order will. satisfy! you as to quality, service. We have some fine WAVER- LV SEED; OATS AT MC. PER'; BUSHEL, 100% germination test. the Saunders Hay Grain Co. Abundance Seed Oats 45 to Bulhtl Germination In Six Dayf By Government Laboratory teit Per Bushel (Bulk) Price 50c Seed Potatoes Green stand- Golrl Coin, Burbank, Mountain and other trd varieties Per ton F. O. HYDE CO., (Suutuara lo Hydt A Corner 2nd St. A. ;