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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Jktbbribge alberta PAJLY AND WEEKLY Bubtcrlptlon Dally, .delivered, per week Daily, delivered, per year Daily, by inatl, per year..... fi'eekly. by mall, per year TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office I uiotiy Cymes'" _that t'aimdiiin I'onipium's could not turn out the fustic. Also in Yiew of tho UY.ct that flic Huesell company, which iroi'cived a. fuse contract (wo months laflnr iho Amm'Iciin i-oneerns turned out ihelr nrst fuses in llfiL-euibev, the '.lame month us the tirst were received from tho American concerns. And the 1 Kusselr company was accorded no ad- j vsuce for building a factory, buying 'si' equipment or securing experts, where- us Ihe favored American firms received advances of some There may be explanations for this state of affairs, bin they will have to explain, not explain away. The uviileuce of Mr. Brown on this i mutter i? forUl ill the following 1224'report: The committee today hoard the evi- W. A. Buchanan John Ton'an" IdciK-e of an authority on fuses from Managing Director Business Manager Your King and Country need you right now! the Woolwich arsenal in the person of AY. Lyon Brown, fuse Snspec'tor at the present time for the Imperial muni- ;'tior.s board, whose duties carry him to the plants of the International The Bathnrst N. B., lied Cross real- ized SS3 during, March by means of home cooking sales. Seized with an attack ot acuto in- digestion while alone iu 'his offlcc, Capt. E. A. Bucltmnn. a prominent cit- izen of Brockville, died suddenly. The Alberta Provincial Red Cross has shipped since lust November 537 articles of these were ship- tied in March. A number of new buildings of n permanent nature are to be built by the military authorities at London, I American and, Russell companies. Col. had informed the committee ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR Reports from Washington indicate jllmj tte r5asoll wlly fn5es wcrB tbat there will not be any just piat.etj {jje united States was be- now between Germany and the United j tue Canadian companies were States, and that whether a will' occur or not will depend upon Ger- niany's fulfillment of her There is no indicalion that United States will open any further negotia incapable of turning out the orders fn time. Mr. Brown sang 'a different sung, and had Canadian Hbility. better opinion of Ho stated that at the time the contracts were lei to the lions "With Britain with a view to American companies, neither one ping the blockade of Germany, a? hasjof tliem any piant whatever, or been demanded by Germany as a buildings; that they had each diUon to the concessions made in her scattered their contracts among a reply to President "Wilson, ''ailed :fl02ea sub-contractors; and that they States has already pressed her fiilljnad not delivered a single fuse until rights upon Britain with sa'isiactory {rjHcember- The Russell company, on The Saruia patriotic committee, which is also finance committee of the city council, has reduced tile money paid to soldiers' wives in Ihat city- from to per month. The Italian government is exper- imenting with sericulture in Libya, which produces many mulberry trees on the leaves of which silk worms can be fed. A mad-dog scare has broken out in the township of King, Out., owing to a report from the provincial analyst j nis military training would serve his at Toronto that a dog recently shot in.Country better training troops than In response, and it is not likely she will j-isk fl break with England merely to open the way for Germany. the other hand, had secured a contract two months later for the same kind lor fuses, had made all its own parts The Germans were fully cognizanti in its own factory, and had made its bf what was going on iu Ireland even j deliveries at the very same date .before the British troops at the front as tue other companies. Mr. Brown did, as evidenced by the fact that that it would fill its entire con- jnaus openly invited Irish troops to tract on time. It may be noted also throw down their arms and join them. [that the Russell company received no During the week the Germans have i Mr. Brown declared that made heavy attacks on tho Cssadian company which had the lines at Verdun, but have been 'could have established a plant edly repulsed with severe losses. The antj made the fuses just as well as the Germans have apparently not yet come American companies. to the full knowledge of the fact ttmt j their campaign at Verdun is hopeless.' MUST REGISTER VITAL STATISTICS Among the many bills passed at the last session, of the provincial legisla- ture is one called the Vital Statistics Act which Is of more than minor im- somewhat significant feature of the situation was brought out by Com- missioner Duff, 'who asked1 the witness whether any competent engineer or business man would have undertaken to turn out fuses five months after the contract was awarded. Mr. Brown stated emphatically and declared that tie American firms took a sport- poriance. There Is a woeful laxity in (ng chance. The chance, however, ac- .iliis province in the registration of j cording to j. F- Orde, K.C., was at- vital statistics which should be over- come, and a few stiff pesaitlea tor in- fringements of the act, especially among the foreign horn, might have a salutary effect. The new Vital Statistics Act pre- scribes the duties of the deputy regis- trar-general of vital statistics an3 dis- trict registrars in regard to the regis- tration of. binns. marriages and.deaths. returns as to population statistics, and they did default but to extend the time and let them go ahead. It may be that I the five months' limit scared off many P 1A iICKED UP IN ASSINGIIZHI FOR THE BUSY MAN Know Your XDwn Stomach. "Spring Tonics" are for those who do not know that Nature must re- pair wasted tissue from the food they eat. Help Nature to throw off the toxins of a heavy Winter diet by eat- ing Shredded Wheat Bis- cuit, a real whole wheat food that is prepared in a digest- ible form. Follow Nature's your strength from a simple, natural food that is thoroughly cooked and easily digested. Try it for breakfast with milk or cream; eat it for luncheon with berries or other fresh fruits; make it your "meat" for the Summer days. Easi- ly prepared, easily digested. Made in Canada. TEMPERANCE AND MORAL RE- FORM STATES POSITION Kdmoutou. May S, 19111 T.I thr, Editor. l.othbrldgo Herald Dear a meeting, of tho sub- committee ot the Alberta Temperance and Mural Iteform held on May 3rd. certain press reports crltl- cisi'ng tlie leuBue and its ofllcers wore MAGISTRATE SHOWS WISDOM Rogina, May Grattan, member of the original Princess Pats, wounded at the second battle of Ypres. was brought up in the police court this morning and found guilty of bigamy; Magistrate Hctferion said People's Forum poiiBlble for tile directing ot the Ion- gue. 2. The uubllsheU 'statement tlmt ceruiin r.lwrclios no roprCBOUtu- tlou ou tho executive Is Incorrect lia the constitution iirvviiles thut the bend of overj- reHgloiiB body In tho province la H member of tho execu- tive. The stutmuont tlmt Hov. Ci. Urown was crowded o.ut IH itbo In- correct us .Mr. Brown a member of tho executive and iiclcd upon It a.'i the moderator of the Presbyterian church. The new constitution made Hie representation o HELPLESS Prominent Merchant Restored to Health oy "Frolt-a-tives" I., N.B., July 2otli, t'JM. of Paralysis in Mart'.h, Jut unublo to walk orlti-lp provincial -wideband aq a consequence It was deemed only fair sldered. It was neemeu omj m" various cnnrcn organizations wouiu the interests of the teuipmmco be no longer members of the execu-1 niysolf and tho Constipation was office In some other organization. Only (veil and attend my store svery clay. wo understand was based largely 01 ihese reports, the committee thought it unwise io remain silent longer. After careful inquiry the committee find that I ho first press report was published in the Calgary Albertau un- der (lute of March 21st entitled: iu the forces of the Moral Reform League." It is only fair to the league to state that the Informa- tion upon which this article was baa- ed. according to his own admission, was furnished by the late secretary Rev. W. Gold. H would, In our op- inion. ue dlfiicult for Mr. GoM to give an unbiased view of what had taken place because of his altered posi- tion. In the article in question we find a number of untrue and distorted statements. lli out of this number were appoint- ed by the last convention which means that the personnel of the ex the township was suffering from rab- released him on suspended j s 'L TllB 'statement that the provln Archdeacon YV. B. Carey died at his home in Kingston, Ont., after a long illness, of heart trouble. The deceased WPS for many years rector of St. Paul's church of that city but retired from active work ten -years ago. A. J. Jordan, organist and choir- master of the First Methodist church Out., has been offered a splendid position with one of tho largest Xew York churches. It is stated that the salary remuneration is in the neighborhood of a year. Queen's Medical college summer session, opened with 150 students at- tending, Including fourteen students who were attached to No. 5 Queen's stationary hospital at Cairo, Egypt, i reduces NO WOMAN FOR PRESIDENT woman's cial organizer was raised from a sub- ordinate to a superior position is un- true as the odices heretofore were of equal rank. At the recent convc-n- MRV wuuiuu o narfv omivention here June 5-T, does lion it was thought that a dual pos- nofcontemphte te nomination of a ition of authority was not wise aud candidate. the general secretary was made res- DISTRICT NEWS ALYA PHILLIPS. Fruit juice is nature'sown rcmedynnd means that the personnel of the ox- lnado fromMtjuiccs. ecutlvo is iletunuinod not by A.. ,n n- tion elections but by the iipnoiiucw oOo. a box, (i fur trial size 2jis. of ooustituency organizations, local j At dealers'or stint on receipt of prioo 'leagues, }hurchesi temperance W.C.T.U., U.K.A., etc. It lias been said that the fixecutlvc which met in Calgary on Miircli Mth last was "framed up" nntl In con- sequence has been criticised for mak- ing changes in the salaried ofllcors. At this meeting there were present 25 voting members of which only six were appointed by the. last conven- tion, the other 10 being present as the representatives of other 'foodies, Tho appointment of the salaried oflicers of the league has always been left in the hanas of the executive and in this regard the ordinary custom ._. _____ _- iptofpri by Fruit-a-lives Lunited, OtUifii, elected by ballot anil the local leagues were given representation on tlte ex- ecutive where it was threshed out In all Us detail. Tt was again con- sidered on tho floor of the convention where its democratic spirit hasttmud its adoption, only three voting against its immediate acceptance. The striking committee which nom- inated Ihe various convention com- mittees was composed of tho presi- dent of liach constituency organiza- tion and tho president of the prov- 111 tnis regain uie ouuu.-.i> was followed this year. A statement inclal W.C.T.U. This committee that Mr. Gold had been secretary striking Iho other committees gave since a general secretary was ncetled I eveily memCur all the opportunity is not true, lift has held the position desired to make nominations and m) for two years only, and prior to that name suggested tor any committee had other occupants. met with opposition. The charge that the provincial organizer Mr. Coone has bc'en "frani- The nomination committee which has teen much enticed and whid, VULCAN (From the Advocate) On Thursday morning, April 13th a fire broke out in the home of l.r, and Mrs. Speer of Arrowwood, and be- fore anything could be done to pre- vent it "the house anil contents were to ashes saona who will attend the course to !rte i escaped ,E ttelr degrees aud qualify for commis- barely .aving the s time than Dr. Louis Enrich, substitute for a tie 1 flames for in almost less time man jit takes to tell it, the house which gasoline which will cost a cent and a half a gaJloii to manufacture "was bought by the Maxim Munitions cor- poration. New York. The price is re- ported to be two million dollars. Dr. Enricht's discovery consists of a my of the The farm of Joseph A. Snow was the scene of a serious outbreak 01 fire on Wednesday last, April 26, when a granary the barn, a stack of feed "and about bushels of 1, and most of tended to the drawing up on the con- tracts, .was not so great after all. Mr. Orde advised that there be placed in HOTS durjng the mccullB; uuu tie contract a clause providing for tllese wlll De nobles and tlieii penalties in case of default.in deliver- from the 139 temples iu the United let, but tie companies protested and States, Canada and Mexico. Calgary no such clause was inserted. There was nothing for it therefore when buffalo" from the Tgovernment for the party to take as a mascot.. To aid in communications between .lies, which might have de, Enricht's discovery consists of a mys- aim .num.. Th terlous green fluid, which Is mixed grain were completely destrojed. I ne fire was caused by the little son i-er- ald U the time. 3Ir. Snow was burn- ing str-bble, and Gerald in his way, with ordinary water. The annual session of the Imperial Council of the Nobles of tlie Mystic Shrine will be held in Buffalo, N.Y. Buffalo expects upwards of vis- Tt fixes heavy penalties CMnpete ta these lor neglect or refusal to report births, marriages, death or burials within the CROWD SEES N. Y. OFFICER SHOT JN CROOK-CATCHING DEMONSTRATION New York, May front of the ou Fifth Avenue, where 3000 spectators were watching a de- that a careful record of Tital statistics j mon'gtratipn of police metliotJs in con- Arrange or sysm I letter telegrams, which may be by the troops abroad or .by their friends at home for about one-fourth ihe ordinary rate. The n.te to Egy.pt will be sis cents a word, io cents and to South time limit mentioned. As the country becomes more populous and property jnore valuable, -and in fievr of the large numoer of persons joining the j army for active service, it is necessary.' that a careful record of Tital statistics jmongtratton or Douce meiiiuuti m cuu- -y should be kept and it is. the duty oi jnectlon with the annual .police parade) only allowed to use the ma..s. ;the public to grant assistance in a who was playing Africa, 15 cents. The new arrange- !ng Hll.-uuie, uuu obtained some matches and set out to help his father. He lit the stubbie close to the stack and buildings that almost before anyone was aware of it the whole was Is. a blaze. i H PINCHER CREEK (From the Echo) Fred Mackenzie was up for prelim- inary trial on Wednesday before In- spector Junget on a charge of fraud- ulently, detaining cattle. The Crown endeavored to show mat earlv in February last, Mackenzie, who was working for J. H. Franke, had kept Wo calves out of a bunch of Frankel's cattle, which hs was dnv- ing over from J. Heppner's ranch to Oow's place and that, he had sold one of these calves to Mr. Gifford.and had offered to sell the other. After the evidence for the Crown was all in, accused was sent up for inent does not apply, however, to the triai xo' defence was orterag; Bail men in France and Belgium who are wa3 jxei by Insp. Jimget and Magis- "record as possible. apparently thought i holdup was real. the VERDUN WON; i- Toe supposed highwayman, Lieut. BIS DIVE NEXT i Christopher "RelUy, after snatching a A month ago Venlun filled the front! handbag, from a police matron who _. was playing the part of a shopper, had pages of the press. The greatest Strug- j by patrolmen and police gle in the world's history was raging i dosj surrounded. While the po- there. But Verdun Is over; Verdun is Jllce were pretending to overpower him, won. Won, not by the Germans as they confidently eipected, but by the the detective rushed In and flred at Bellly, trie bullet passing through his chin and neck. The detective was ar- isany's last none itsslf Gut i w against the solid rock of Petain's de-1 _ fence. But Verdun still occupies the place} 'on tue front page. It is a different j story now. The offensive has passed i from the Germans to the French. The j French are advancing. They are re- covering the ground given to the Ger-! mans, at an awful price to the latter, t They are flgllting fight the French j love are advancing, IB Hi the beginning of a great drive? If that; the German civil population is evacuating Metz, the stronghold of Lorraine? Have the Germans at last' recognized their defeat? And are they t preparing to draw in tneir lines that they may the better man them with their diminishing supply of men i ngainst the advancing hosts? I Is Verdun the beginning of the end? Is the big allied drive at hand? Will the nest and last winter campaign be on German soil? These are questions no one can answer now, but to predict the events of the nert.three. months will answer them, CANADIAN CONCERNS CAN MAKE FUSES W. Lyon Brown, fuse inspector for the. Imperial munitions board, told the ihe other that Canadian company which Sad llici money could have Itibtd t plant and made the fuses iuit M as American companies i removed to a hospital. NEGRO ASSAILANT HANGED Hempstead. .Texas, May line and Dixon, aged 22, a negro, was hanged by a mob near here today at the ex- act spot in the public road-where he was accused of attacking a girl aged 14. who was ou her way home from DRY BYLAW QUASHED Montreal, May prohibition trate Christie at Dr. J. J- Gillespie spending a a few days in town. He in looking line and heiii'uj-sKcr his sojourn in the Old Land and is full of praise for the hospitality shown by the Eng- lish people. Jlonday afternoon to bring thorn home. One of the mares weighs 1600 pounds and cost Mr. Simpson the sum of- Secretary Orubb of tlie Patriotic fnnd received a c.heck from 0. S. Peterson, of Chicago for ?10. Mr. Peterson is a former resident of Ta- ber. W. 0. Lane, of Betlaw, also sent a donation of The total amount of cash now collected for the Taber riding is of which has been forwarded to Cal- organizer Mr. Coone has cen rani- _ ins np" things Binco last July, for nomiimted all tho coin nnUoa occrj, parsoial advantage is one which is composed ol lour Pros, to easily made, and not a very unlikely four LMptlsU. and fou. Mntho bU one by persons who dlbugreo with the The convention had the ri.ru .o lu.u.o appointments .The snb-e.Nocu- Uurther nominaUons for the pos, live has gone' thoroughly Into the of president and three vice-presidents case and give as their candid opin unoi.il ion that such a charge is not war-1J ranted by the facts available. Ill the selection of Mr. Coone as general secretary, we feel that a man thor- has been secured. For the Information of the general public we quote the clauses of the constitution as amended by the hist tnd to amend flu presidents. Wpe regret that have been through the press list of honorary ,vrong impressions to .the public nd that it lias gary, leaving a balance of in convention relative to the election of the" bank here. On Monday afternoon a large crowd turned out at the depot to say fare- well and wish God speed and a safe return to the eleven Taber recruits who recently joined the 13th O.M.R., at Medicine Hat. Tlie yo.ung men who were in the party were: H. Van Orman, L. Bigelow, L. Dttncombe, L. McCumber, A. Bennett, Q. Miller, B. Haynes, H. Price, C. Tuft, F. Tuffley and R. A sitting of the .district court was held in Taber on Tuesday la.it. Judge Jackson. Lethbridge, presided. R. n. Davidson, J. N. Ritchie, A. E. Dunlop all ot Lethbridge, were in attendance at the sitting. There were six cases on the docket of which only two were tried and the others were laid over to a later date. The cases tried were Anderson vs. Elijah Williams, judg- ment for the plaintiff In the sum of and costs. Archambeault vs. Wright, judgment for plaintiff for J33 question of costs being reserved. CLARESHOLM, .GRANUM AND STAVELY (Claresholm Advertiser) At a meeting of the Executive com- mittee of the Claresholm branch of the Canadian Patriotic fund, X. Or. Holmes was elected president in place of Dr. Steeves, who has joined the colors and the Hev. J. Pheonlx was elected vice-president ic place of Rev. H. M. Henderson. It was re- ported that about ?1SOO had been ac- tually paid into the Claresholm branch of which 51435 had been so far re- mitted to the Calgary office of the South Alberta branch. H was felt, iuoiiuciti, luuiiiuiiiuii tioneo as auioiiy law passed by the council of the! cagualty list published a few days County of Pontiac a fewxweeks ago j ago was quashed in a derision Friday by j g0 many of our young men have Mr. Justice Weare in tlie superior j enijsted that it is doubtful It Orassy court. Lake'and district can get a baseball or football team together this season. Ranchers and settlers across the river wish to have the government GRASSY LAKE (From the Gazette) country districts was disappointing, brother of Miss Lillian Holdane, and it was resolved to commence of "bavies1 store, from Olds, was men-1 nlOre active canvas tioned as among the wounded in a Forty-seven horsi ever, that the return from the es 32u hogs and 31 league squarely" before the people. The temperance forcer, in this prov- ince have done a great work and still have a great work before them. In the preparation of this report live demoninations were represented. Signed on beiialf of ihe aiiircuui mittee. yours truly, ,r. A. Virtue, chairman, ji. N. .Stephens, secretary. the officers and the executive. Officers "The officers of the league shall he 12 honorary presidents appointed by the convention, but nominated by the nominating committee; two of whom shall lie Ule last two elected presi- dents, a president and throe vice-pres-1 idents who shall be nominated .by the j AGED GRANDMOTHER nominating, committee which shall' nominate two or more for each office (tho convention "having the right to make further nominations) and who shall be elected by major- ity ot the ballots required' for any election: In the case of the three viccrprcsldeuts, Ihe one receiving the highest vote to be first, the second and third following in order of the number of votes received." Executive Committee "The executive committee shall .consist of 12 honorary presidents, president, three vice-presidents, Hecre- taries and treasurer, the president of each electoral or central organization the provincial beads of all religious bodies in tho province, the provincial presiding officers of the W.C.T.U., R. T. of T., I.O.G.T., C.E.T.S., and U.F.A. of1 Alberta, a representative of each local branch of the league having 25 or -more members and- the presiding officers of the various W.C.T.U. dist- ricts in the province. All salaried officers to be corresponding members." "That the striking committee to name- the various committees re- ilitlrOu at each convention, lie com- posed of the .presidents of all con- stituency and central league organi- zations, of this province and tho pro- vincial president of the W.C.T.U." The first time in the history of the league the principal officers rwere .Hardlv Stand- Made Strong.by. Vinol Right hero iu Letliliridgo we have Been such excellent results from in- ol that, it is a pleasure to know it is doing so.much good for old people iu other parts of tlie country. Woodbridge, N. Grandma was recovering from the grippe and was so weak she could harfily stand, and as she keeps house for my father and myself she could not get around at all. She had taken cod liver oil and many other medicines, but nothing seemed Io do hor any gooil. At last we heard of Vinol and tried it. and Grandma commenced to feel better right away, and got strong very soon, so she gets around as well as ever. We all praise Vinol for it is a splen- did medicine." LMyrtle H. Bunn. Tlie reason Vinol is so successful in restoring strength to the aged is because of the rare combination of tonic iron, the cnrativo medicinal ex- tractives of fresh cods' livers, beef peptone and mild native wine, it sup- plies iron to the. blood, quickens the appetite, aids digestion, promotes pro- per assimilation of food, and enriches t.lm -blood, and brings hack the strength of-renewed health. ,.T. Htginbotham Co., Ltd., Druggists, ILethbridge, rver ws o 1 i ferry, which has been lying idlo at the JIaunsell ranch moved to a point .dir- lectly north of town. A letter from J. J Reid as representing them was read at the regular meeting of the coun- cil of Eureka municipality on Monday afternoon and the secretary was in- structed to write to the cepartment of public works and Hon. A. .1. Mc- Lean, the local msmbcr to the effect Parasites. The man who mikes his living in a community by selling hit services or his merchandize tu the people of that community, and sends his money away to a mail order house, is a parasite. He is a blood sucker that takes everything and gives nothing. That is a very straightforward statement of the case, but it expresses a plain fact. Our neighbors who help support our churches and are entitled to our patronage in anything like equal terms, and a perusal bf the advertising columns of this paper will prove conclusively that it is not necessary to send elsewhere for any staple modity. that the council had the ferrv being moved. objection to W. H. Foster of Nelson B. C., in- terested in the development ot the coal and oil resources of this country visited town on Monday and was well pleased with all lie could learn of tbn natural resources in this district. He expressed the opinion that a seam of beautiful coal of sufficient thickness to make mining a permanent and pay- ing industry would be found beneath the seams now being ISO to 200 feet down, and also said the general appearance and geologi- cal formation of the country were such as to encourage prospecting for oil. He had no doubt there was plenty of gas right under the tpwn. TABER NEWS fProm the Times) May Uay was duly celebrated by. the local miners union on Monday after- noon last. A civic half holiday -was declared by 5Iayor Malo. .Although the weather was npt very favorable, the (splendid program of snorts which hid beer, arranged v.'as successfully carried out. H. Simpson iho Spokane farmer, purchased two Fine In Loth bridge last .week went- up on head of cattle were shipped out Clacesholm during the month of April. MTS. Roderick McLeod ot' Grauum, died suddenly at her home on Good Friday. She had been visiting at Mrs. Oarrpws, with her little girl and had only returned home about twenty. minutes when she was taken HI and in a few minutes had passed to the "great beyond." .Mrs. McLeod came to Granum three vears ago from Lucknow, Ont., and has been living on a farm a few miles east of town. The funeral took place from the family residence on Monday last, Rev. McGinnis officiat- ng. She leaves to mourn her loss a hus- band, two boys and a girl. On Saturday last the little two- year-nld daughter of Mr. George Sim- of Granum, died ,of pneumon- ia. This is the second death in the family, tills spring. The funeral took place from the White Lake church on Monday. The hotel proprietor, Mr. Buckle, of Stavely has gone to England, He received word recently of tlie death of his sister and the wounding of his father and mother during a Zeppelin raid over the east coast of England. dropped from a Zep and completely destroyed the house which they were living. B. H. Oliler. of Stavely, lost his big barn by. fire last week. The loss in estimated at J5.000. which was cov- ered by insurance only to the extent of ?600. Private Chaa. Reynolds, tit Stavely, war, in file casualty list on day as bolus wo.unded. Word re- ceived by his father Indicted that he was wounded In tho arm and It was not very, serious. Mr, Eugene Wood of Stavely, was married last Monday to Mins Dora Hanson, of Parkland. The wedding took, plact (ho. rnanse. at Nanton, tRov..ToomlW9 offlclntlng. e WithIce When Harvested Western Transfer ;