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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FOOT THE LETHBHioGK HERALD TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1920 "fcevalfc Hiberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Prewritten anei THE LETHiRIDGE HERALD PftlNTINa COMPANY. LIMITED Hf Ith ttrttt South, L.lhbrldgc W, A. luehtnan and Minigicg Director hn Terrtnce Busings TELEPHONES Oftlct Oftlct 1252 1224 city for hslp. With more public sup- VKJrt there la bound to be more life and interest Injected iuio the Institu- tion. This the public shvfcld reality. MR. HOOVER AND THE PRESIDENCY Interest in the future o( the Presi- dency has become a lire'topic In (he Uuited States and Mr. Hoover's post- lion in regard to the sumo has ''goi them all guessing.' No one in the States can place Mr. Hoover In re gard to his particular political affilia- tions. Nor is It definitely assured that Hoover lus any inspirations for the Presidential chair. Tho New York World. It will be re ruembered, not long ago came out flat- footed In Its support of Mr. Hoorer for Do You Know? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Why is the "white feather" ra as the sign of 1. Is the Sargasso Sea? :v When was the first censt.i '.ikon? I 4. Wbst is a "purlmaad'au 0. Who was Aunio and who t was the author of the popular song? Audit Bureau cf Ciriulal Subscription Ralee: the. next President. The newspaper Is one of the leading Democratic organs In the States, and the slaud it took at i the time was regarded as the most interesting Incident that has taken MONDAY'S QUESTIONS VVIuM utid where was the tiril railway opeiieJ in Canada? 2. Is the "sylit, 3. What is ilio origin oi "Jub 4. :mil uhen was Sir llobert loriU'ri born? Wliit is the meaning ot ''ultra C. ll'.e "DuiKes1 1'arlia- Answers u the above will appear n Tu2silay's Issue. Hansard Reporl of Local Mem-' dellrercd, per week .....I .15 delivered, per yenr 7.59 by mall, per yoar 6.03 bv mall, per year...... 1.09 by mail, per year to U.S. 2.00 of expiry ol subscription ap- dally on label. Accept- of papers after expiration fi oar 'authority to continue the suft- urlptloiL HOME MARKET FOR PROVINCIAL BONDS An Interesting announcement mude in the Legislature in Edmonton that inarfcet for the1 fale of provin- vlal bonds will this year he endeavor- ml to bo In the Thif is a policy which is wise and anil should tje so regarded by thc peo- ple of Alberta when the time conies for showing their approval or s-iniu. The credit of lhe Plovince is place in American politics for a Ions lime. If American opinion is gathered -aright, Mr. Hoover is not exactly a popular personage among the farm- ers of the States. This Is regarded to be the outcome of the price limits he placed on their produce during the war. Uut this apart. It Is generally accepted that in the cities of the Slates Mr. Hoover's candidature gains more and more, in popularity., Mr. Hoover to the. people in general repre- sents efficiency. He is popularly re- garded as the man who more than any- body else In the States was instru- mental In bringing victory In the war. How Mr. Hoover is estimated hi the world of politics in the States Is an- other thing. As u politician ho lacks one thing which puts, him out of court j so far as the politicians are'concern- ed. This Is that lie docs not belong standing, and there can be not'0 machines. This may be said apprehension of any thins In the way of .the security oi its bonds. Wiib the 10 to his in the rafnd of lhe mon people but an Impediment to ber on Recenl He-establish- ment Debate lluriny a discussion of lhe follow- ing resolution by Major C. W. An-1'-' drevvs in the .House of Commons on I Wednesday. March ITtb WILSON REMOVES SOFT COAt- MAXIMUM WASHINGTON. Marcll Govenimeut control over tho runximutu price of bituminous coal was withdrawn today by President Wilson, etfoctlve April 1. ANSWERS In July ilst. ISSS. From La- ;iniirie to St. Quebec. That. In the opinion of this the provision made for re-establlshlaK in civil lite fan members ot His Ma-, jesty's forces who served in tho late. .war hua in many cases proved Inado- PICKED UP IN IASSING TOK THK MAN Adam Hall, pioneer 1'eterboro mer- chant, Is G. J. .Carsori. former reava. of Augusta lo'.uisblp. Out., Is dead. Storey, former Ottawa alderman, is dead, Ex-Aid.. Joseph Tail, the oldest electric tin smelter at Bran'.- ford has cooimenced operations, hav- ing already list iveeX turned uut one and a half toni of tin. Harry Sinclair Scott, who has his skull fractured In a ruuaivay accident at Orlllla. died without regaining con- sciousness: Western members (Of parliament held a conference with acting vrlma minister, Sir Oeorgo Foster, on lum- ber prices. Wlisiilppeg Clly Council has decid- ed to divide the city Into three wards instead of seven, xvlth eighteen Alder- inon. to bo. selected by proportional representation. Dr. J.-M. Elder, Assistant Professor Orangeman lu Canada, died at King- ston. of Surgery In McCill University, has Frank Teatro dropped dead at Uiid-l resigned because a German has leen say shortly aitor. eating a hearly: appointed by tho llourd or. Governors Professor ot Pathology, flipper. 1 Considered a grammatical error, j quato, and that It Is desirable that n The placing of an adverb etc. between j special committee of this House bej to." the sign of the infinitive, and appointed to consider what provision; ilu- verb to which it. belongs as 'Hli'iin be made, to meet such-cases, tho to committee to have power to call for. persons, papers ami records, to srems'to really mean" Instead of tnean really." 3. A "ilub" Is an Angle Indian coin. Hence "dub up" or "down with your dubs." money down. 4. In Grande Pro. Xova Scotia. June i6 ISSt. Beyond their powers. Said of a uniine witnesses ir.nler oath and to i report1 from time to time. j JF_ Unctianan. M.I'., spoke as, Major T. P. Elinltt, D.S.O, of Ot-l ot changes in Iho Roman Latuonc follows according to Hansard Our UONITA, tatva has been appointed Adjutant CaniJa'a Blsley team. 'Two-parly lines for residence tele- phones will be the general rule hero- after in iKirlfons of Ottawa and other parts of Canada. John Whyte. President of the Whylo Packing Co. and the Stratford Brass Co., cliod at his homo In Stratford. Dioceso ot Hamilton, Rev. A. A. Capps la transferred froiii Teoswafer to Ihe pastorate of .Mount forest; llev. J. Flahaven from MarMale to Tees-, water; Kev. P. McCioey from St. rick's of this clly to anil Hev. n. J. Mulvalo to a curacy at SL Patrick's Hamilton. March Still weary, dreary old winter ia with us.' Mr. Speaker, when thy re-establish- For last ,vcek ment question was before the House. Toc snovv. disappeared as if by company when exceeding the llijeiise j last year 1 did not enter into the dis-jmggjc water filled all the li given it by Act .of Parliament! u-usslon, but 1 favored the appoint-1 t0 the rcry brim so t] 11. .Convened Henry'IV. at Cov- ment ot a committee. When abundant'water for ____ entry in M0'4 and so called because nil (Committee brought down a unanl-j SUmmer. However winter follow- lawvers were excluded from it. .akes and that there the com- mous. re rccom-ici] verv t expenditure of the Pn.viucu. :is uiadc ols political, success, for the political machine in lhe Stales still retains its publlc by the Provincial Treasurer. Hon. C.. R. Mitchell, no one can rea- sonably fiiul fatill. Money has been potency. Mr. Hoover, according to the public spent on devulin'mwit rind whatever sialemenl of one ot his closest friends, lias been expended has heen in the wl" not EeaH nomination but Interests of the people of thc Province il tronl dtlier ,if-offer- ind in response lo many npecls. jed a Liberal platform. Whether The Ilnnncial-sUtoment was clear and lhc llas suffered-an_entlre change-of frank, lu the expenditures made it Is mind since' the statement was made remains to Politics in the. Slates, as.In olher countries, are In 'tis makins. Neither Republican nor Democratic Party has a clear cut policy-to meet the .'new needs of (he times. We note the same distrust In political organizations' year will he on p.n increased scale is v.'hich can he viewed In countries nothing (hat the Province has rvpt run beyond its purse in that the Minister showed that there was cash oh hand. amounting to nearly three liundred dollars. and seventeen thousand at the outlay of the Province this only to be expected In tho growth ot now province, and It raay'-'rlghtly viewed.us an expenditure in the way of progress at a reconstruc- tion period. The expenditure made by the Province Is accorJing to the needs of the Province as it is viewed by the people of the Provvince In the way of lienolit-derived. This applies for in- stance-to the extension of the tclc- phonca system, which at the same-lime is a financial to Alberta. other than the Slates. Tho minds of the 'people are more concentrated on Internal- problems than on outside ones. They look for some one in the shape of the coming man to solve the economic problems of the day and to put an end to the unrest which Is more rampant over the border than it Is in Canada at the present time, as in- dicated by the proposed coal strike on April 1st. If Mr. Hoover Is to he a candidate mendallonB. 1 Ihtnk 1 CM say that 11 worst blizzanl o( rnged, have a mind of my own but at tho colll continued all tho fame -time when representative men wcclc Irotii boiluWeBJaj In i-omroUteo afler- j Mr' Rcx 0.Xca) 0, braved noon, night' and. sometimes-into the lhc stornl On4 a rapld trip to .morning, men .who had- served in the cardston last Siimlny. trenches, who had, given their, craigen'who has been sous were ack-; hci- Mrs. Rex nowledged lo possess found business was suddenly recalled to her ,and men coming from (he Illness of political rpayMes, i felt, that I would Illolher_ jlrs. janies Cralsen. very sounil reason be- Mrs. Geo. lloyt spent the last two Mr. Hanra shipped a carload ot good fore 1 differed.from their recommenda-1 Thursday, visit- tiorses ty Calgary Tuesday. tions. Ben McLean and tils bride (nee) If this' country could afford it I Miss Balfour have returned and are residing on Ben's homestead. Mr. Stuart Arthur oi Bow was a visilor day. (Frcm Our Own' GKANLKA, March John Morrison left for Bassano Wednestfay 6n receiving news of the death pf- her cousin. her daughter, Mrs. Elmer' Whell- ln Mrs. Whteler has would like ,tp see divided among a resMeni'of Detroit. Mich.. U.S. returned.soldiers (Be that: [0, tho past Baby Wheeler we .hur of Bow Island was asked for. Due it is Impossible to'. are SDrrJ. to Is from (ho the dirlrict Thurs- do that. 1 'accepted the report of cough committee last yenr. and I went back i The Bachelors dance held at Lens Mr. Dohl. Carlson motored to Win-i home ami defended my course. It was last week wa's n grent nifred Wednesday. i not a popular course to defend. 1 .Mr. Mrs. Jack Fore who have! was often faced with criticism even! Sir Adam Beck returned to London after three, months' absence In Eng- land and was tendered a warm wel- A bill introduced In Xew York State Legislature 'would penalize the tclephono company ?10 for each time neglects la answer call wllhiii five minutes. Cecil Cray, fifteen years old. of Ogdensburg, refused entrance to Can- ada ,lo vlsll relatives by. Immlgrrtion officials, tried to cross on tho ice near Prescott and was drowned. The convention of school teachers o! Kast and West Kootenay, numbering about ono hundred In will meet It Cranbroolt for a three days session commencing Tuesday, April 6th. London Association re- solved to ask the Ontario Government [o make the Ontarlo'Temperanco Act effecllve, taking the October referen- dum as a mandate. At a.mnss meeting the combined1 returned soldiers. When 1.told them coftee, promptly at. twelve o'clock been on the sick list for some time j by the reasonable men amongst the are now fully recovered. Louie Carlson soiu a splendid team of horses to Mr. llamn on Tues- day fur shipment to .Calgary. that the committee said it was p.m. Great was the merriment there- possible for Canada lo finance some j of A of thanlis 5i10uld be given at Mr. and Mrs. Rone were v.lsUing in the neighborhood The farmers report not ture in the land here compared with the Lethbrldge' .that fact they big In all-the laud thoj many of them will call on lho.gov- there was oxpiiiise in i ernment and agent at Ktzikom on I connection with If, .They had nie and tie will be heav 3ge' spite ,-of'-ithat extravagant, iy are all that of Soliljers' Civil liecstab-, coming! Kuming! March 20th a was.'.'overmanijed; and that; ..1Iard .ximes'.'. .dance followed by a success. The gentlemen very ably j executive ot the G. A. C. and U. V.. L, handed around the refreshments j selected Major G. W. Sloildard as (heir consisted of sandwiches and) candidate for lhe coming by-election in Xortheast Toronto. Substantial Increases arc provided Iti compensation paid by the working- men's compensation board to depend- ents of workmen fatally Injured, In tho bill Introduced in tho B.C. lature. Mrs. Wm. Xewlon, postmistress, Is iter home by a severe Saturday. T. W. Dyer was a visitor In the Proapy district Thursday. Too much praise' cannot fie given the Ited Cross who have helped' the floored because -1 was not. familiar i Buy Victor (HIS MASTER'S VOICE) Records HERE Quick service, courteous clerks, and all thd catalog to choose from at MASON RISCK VtCTROLA PARLORS Remember tlio big saving you can make on Red; Seal Records over last year's prices.. Ask us to. let you hear some. EASY TERMS. mm Risen, ti Html of lh> fined. Ladies please bring a pie. with the facts in regard o the De- j M thc Lcils on parlment.of Soldiers'-, Qivil lle-estab- j as the i claims, the country ca e Government lrags ana girls n" people In this community, over lhe [expend this money, it should bo winter with bedding, cfolliin'g, etc. i business of Parliament to see that! your rnggeclest forget your pie. March 17th, at the Bchoolhouse the ladies of Relief Sociely of the L. D. S. church Many families were In dire'need, and Government Is not wasting any i hcll] a dance. anjoyable appreciated the help .given. All the 'flu patients arc around again and no more reported. The. people of Alberta bivz risen to for the Presidency, nothing will oc- the occasion in the matter of the Vic- j casion less surprise then to sec him tory Loans. In lhc ivay of Provincial I chosen by one or other of the two the Province a ready sale! great political parties In the for t'h'e same sill be helpful to the if what may be considered nuthorlln-j Province and to tlioie who by creating the dcoired THE CITY AND THE live in it, tire American opinion is rightly Either party may regard it as a good political move, with the first 1 chance open to the Kepubiicans whose j-convention lakes place in the begin- ning of June, while the Democrats In its recent action Ihf Commission- Iholrs al lhe end of the month. met the V.M.C A. halfway. opinion in the States, how- Tjje concession made in the matter of geems to think that the Republl- .iiipplriiiE electric Ikht end at j C2ns wm their running with cost..should materially aid in lhe li-; cienfral Wood or Governor Lowden of iiljcln'g '.of r lhc Institution. In the {fluree .adopted we that" thc hare taken a practical nilnois In lhe explanation given by Hon. 'fleV of the situation. It was tho at- A. 0. MocKay, Minister of Munlcipali- 'of, a generous to ,ile.btof. In that It 77111; directed lies, of the two mills supplementary Ui. il would appear that the. cities 'rards'helplng the Y.M.C.A. lo pay Its-have been somewhat previous, lu get- to lhe city lu the way of ting inln a flurry the announcement liondvi and FO to cniated. tyer tne-contlflgcncy of lha bulging Aurora may he a TJoreallR, hut'in a cpnliar back on the city. Thia-shoubl -newspaper office she cnn only be re; .It.lMy''happen would burden lhe city j gardod as a bore in lhe effect pro- BomelhlDg in tho shape of a duced on Iho press wires. eleph'an.t.. I The concession uia-Jft b? the cttyilnr ,ln regftrrl to thp action reported to electric light and water should, we tlilnk. bf. apprc- he taken over thc JclUcoe recommen- dations, It would seen thai Canada, i by those responsible, llie reprenenlcd by the Government of thp TURIN, March Ladici'.Aill meeting held p.t Mrs. B. If'aincs, Wed- nesday, the 17th, wiis attended by most of thc ladles in the community, j provided for at this session of Parlia money. I am not saying thai iho; mn was and the rest charge against the Department of o( cvenlng was spcrlt dancing. Soldiers' Civil Is cor- j y was jho so reel; all I am saying.Is that all turnecl out institutions conlrblllng Iho affairs of Hurrah, the'spring chickens have lhe returned soldiers are manned lholr (lrst appearance. -Mrs. ficlently and economically so thai we Wm Xcwton nas a (lne 0; nttle can convince the returned men the attitude wo are taking In this; Ojj March 4th. n.macting Parliament Is backed up by actual' of creamery fac.ts- nuoslion was called :but owing to the There are cases, such as have been o, ,hc ,vcather the farm- ers were unable to Etttend. Only three were brave enough to venture were Impassable anil these entioned on the floor of the House I today in which pensions should bo Shoe Fitting No two pairs of feet are it is necessary in fitting the fool to and have, the SHOE GIVE SERVICE that the salesman should have a knowledge of the fuot as yell ns scientifically. Tbls enables a salesman to locate'foot troubles and select shoes for you that WILL BE COMFORTABLE. WE KNOW HOW W. J, NELSON CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING Three new members were, ment. I have one complaint to otter ami an cxcellenl Htilch served at to the House and II comes from a o'clock. The ncxl meeting will be at great many of the relumed men. It Mrs. Blum's, March 31, is in connection with housing. They Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Green and Tom I have come back from overseas and j Jensen, report a.glorious lime, at the t they are unable to find homes to live bJnciucl and dance given by the Farm-[ In. They cannot avail themselves of ers' Kire. and Hail Insurance (Jo. In nny housing scheme ill Alberta at any I.ethbriilgc, Friday evening. i v.ite. If this .Government in some The big thaw was the cause of two! way raiild'hclp the returned men KJ accidents last week, when Gordon ami! acquire homes of their own. not by Floyd .Sinclair upset a lead of hay on gin but by loan, they would remove the river-hill "and Tom Nolan a great ciual of'the ones forced ,to walk. criticism that lu the House of Commons, W. A. Buchanan, M.P., askeil the following in the river, where he was crashing Again, the suggestion v.'fls nip.tln last I j Whal attlliide has the Govern- on tiio ice. Mr. and Bunn went lo Leth- 1 think it v.-aa left open for bridge Saturday to'meet their daugh- ter, Mrs. and three, small loans should extended- men. I know it is Impossible to grant a loan Union? 2. Is It considered lo be .1 legal or- ters who .have resided la AfabaTn.i for: to. every man wjio asks'fctr H but It! (jeorgo Foster, acting ment laken toward the One Big While the Iron is Hot You have the opportunity to dispose of yoyr Hides, Pelts, Raw Furs at highest market prices, Why Wot Grasp It? YOLT net be in the position of a drowning at a a sensible seller to z rellablo firm Try ALWAYS satisfy. A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1251 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDQE HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG. v RHONE. the r.iKt four years. lltr.'irtany.fricTHlMJjflliould1 Jic priSHJlile to _ con: iilur iim i as follows: on1'i J. Tho Government ins not. given! Iri! We I nnv recognition to thc Dig w i nny will gladly ,hCT'horfic again.-'merits of a inr.n Just a loan fo Mrs. KaH'Hommnn >vprtl j or Imnk thfin. lhat her father. Jtimes ,'Ten'nanl' ,of shonlfl.assist. ajnan in llial Ilcthbrldgp. vlio we'll to Scotlanjii proy.lijqii. ,wt .siitlsficfl that lie! 2. Tho or lhc over a ynar 11 proposition nnil otherwisi; o'f tliis nrganizntion nrjl the 20tli of Fobrunry... J rwoiilii'iise the tho atlvr-ni.Tcc i tjeen rietcrmlnpil ;is yet by any court j ..Frank Papvvorth returned home-last week from Talent, -Oregon, ho spent tlie winter. antlUhe community In j in Cannda. rWhlch hc.JIvcU clue conive, pay j nnktrl HIG follnw- il bftt-k. If" loan scheme along this j :nf? qmistiniv! In the of Coin- Mrs. Maljcl Kalien'slia'le vi.slted the! line, were arlnptci! I think it would I.mon3 on Murch 17 running of the .Y.M.p.A. pf paying .that il does upl do :lo look a glfl horse in mpdlli. li bare gone further pcnslblv. 90 far li the Boird of (be Y.5I.C.A. .way regard It, but at tho same time a grenl more could hardly be expected Honfb It would hire been welcome. the way ol concessions It must has more faith In the working nt lhe League of Nations than gome pthe.r It Is alurercly to lie hoped (hot the faith will be Justified. week-end with tele- Word was rec-eiveil tluit our sctvlro haa a Tho contra! hours for Sunday are bo- ten and twelve o'tkick. Alf-xcindcr and (roorge Gortion who j jitci the demands of the re.isnnable men atn'ongit the returned solttlers. i-alinot nallsfy thc extretnlsls In any movnrnfiiil. Kven if we ciiii sat- isfv tli'.' reasonable man by a pro- li-al of Mils kintl we should fry and have spent the winter In catno dp so.in nnv'Eurlher of Premier Lloyd Ueorge gave one All, who headotl fe dele-! gation .asking that Turkey shoiilfl have all her territory f.amltted thtl the Commissioners red, a plain and straightforward ail hard road to trarel. There Is ewer. Turkey is a poor sport In ex- the danger of selling preced-! peeling conslileratlon from lhe Allies. onU; what IB allonel one public or In supporting Germany flhe backed Iho body can lie with Tvrong hofsft and has no right to whino trwtK claimed by other lhe IOPPPS. the aamc rature- The Commission' I fera in the clrrnmslflnccs have moved The gold rush has slarted tlrciimspcctiy. i (n Aiaeka. Thc oil hnom will have afma of Iho Y.A1.C.A." there j (o lake second for n while. i4 not a doubt that H should receive I---------- tnora of the people's support homo to ?lnrt sprfng work- r.e'hbrldeo visitors IMs week Jim .MnlthowF, Chnjf. flropn. Torn Jen- Kof'non. Frank Vapworih, and Gonlr.n Sinclair is liunlinf; and fish- Ing down at rim ninmii of thfl Little How this Wo rlon't wmit in br> u kickor. l.ut wo ran sec no rofison 'f-jr fr.eil a'lvanc- 1ns thirty dollars :i inn now Whfru t'lP 'ftl to i put in (holr 11 will cerlainly make some difference in enough lo say feed. the cape of the returned men. I, How many 5910? 'I. How iminy hfive 'xif-n eslabl snnl in 1020? nnrl nirnl mail during th rural rnulfjK" fr e year jf mall to the pro I have rni objection (o thfi appoint- j Jjvcry of rnrril iuai! unrier now con- la the avVrago por mU'j j pc-v iiillisciMior rate for the do- of a CommllleQ to consider fur- ther problems in connecLlon with re-f'Mablishmont provided It (leals Iho nt'CCKHities of the moment anrl deals with lhat H ia possible for Ihn (onntry to polve. f am rnnvliwd that It In Impossible to raHs.fy tbf: of those who are askliiK fnun this country more than it for tltn country ir> porfi" mf-.! six HIJH-S siiould be trunk and ?U.fjfr per annum lor Erncth? 4. Is ilio pi'f.sont policy in regard to Ihf eslaMlshment ol new rural iiinll routes? Hon. Mr. Ttowell ropiierl as follows: 1. M, I' fl 1 to be receiving at the present time, to judge from the necessity Trhlch it to rail on the In the reservation In rcgaid to Ire- land adoplscl by thc American Senate, (he, Kenauirs aoem to have a great luinkerlng nftor stow. fis horses rfrnr.ot wort uldiont j to (lint, lint we slioul'l with all tlui per niife per annum the biisifi of sevvliie HAVE YOU A Strong Market Prevails. at Present anH You Should -Get Our Offer NOW on Any Quantity. We Pay Highest Prices. .Mr. ;MrR. ,lohn UOULFOJI (if Hi nnl- Onl.. have prc Alt-xundri.i f'hurct] with a now nlttvr chfiirs afe a momorfal lo SOUK who were klllur] in Franci1. ;in.l Miss Ifonlson 3ms tli's chnrcli M-itli a clor.SL yolv [ho qurstiim HO thiil vff. can i ritl, if H hn the nlrller prDblc-ni, pet rift II luriif (I fcr fin i "f ii PM that ;he roturneil Iho tmitc HIP reaVor.a the rnturned 4, Tin; (Ienthral bar? nin- fiirttircd i! ndvLsable in view of the fl- nanclnl cnnditmn? exl.'iltns at prc.sont finrl Ibf in tho pi ices iiskoil j for (hfj pfirformaucr of rural mall rle- btf s and get rid men, or men may Hvcry pfi lo.pul a.slHo fnr si the nppllt'jillomi for nrv.- ruriies. Whon circiniiHtam es will fnrtlior ex- tonfiiorn o' tlu- nual limit system the prjtilfons for TiuA' MorviniH v.'lll rtjieivi! Cons Edc nidi in. DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE ADORESS: 320 6th ST. S: P.O. ;