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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1914 INSURANCE FIRE LIFE Representing Best Companies Let us. quote you would save money we can interest you. AFFORD REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE STAFFORD BLOCK PHONE 456 LETHBRIDGE. Remounts ROYAL NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE Horses will be. purchased for. the R. N. W. M. P. at Lethbridge, August 19th, 1914. Description of Horses required: Geldings: Saddle Horses, 15 hands to 15.2% hands; ages 5 "to 7 years; colors, any sound colora except light greys and buckskin. V Horses must be serviceably sound, with .good feej, short strong backs, plenty of bone, and well, broken. Vic- ious animals will not be accepted, i Saddle horses must be ridden. J. O. Wilson, Superintendent, Commanding "K" Division. Lethbridge, Aug. 12, 1914: SITUATIONS tch1' widow jean, desires sijutttfojo in row 4 country; ranch, >m fara' preferred; good, -cook. Ad'drcss'lUrs.' UWTost Alborta -'4 as or niotlfcr's Uelp, by experlencea wo- man capable ol takius- Hull charge! where she can have-boy of-four with her Disengaged Rood re- Apply 13C1 ,ilth .St. .S. 203-2 otjalii" kindtby, n steady "married mail; Mill !do'anytblng, Apply Win. Cleiland-'TO'ieth'Stree: North... OF WAR FROM SPECIAL EDITION ISSUED THIS MORNING cilice by a young mail, age 21, good stenographer and fair knowledge, of bookkeeping. Three years' experience and good' re- r.-yonccs. Apply' Box'3 Herald. by English wo- man with lots of experience; charges moderate. Apply Mrs. J. W. Stowe, 2107 1st Ave. 'N.-lbr P: O. Box 1S65. man fleet has taken the was expected it would wlien the -first de- cisive land battle; _ DEATH GRAPPLE ON THE atEUSE Everything points to the probability allied armies of England, Erance and Belgium are in a death grapple "witji the Kaiser's ajniy of the Meuse has'advanced.frbm Liege in the direction of Brussels. The allied troops are believed to-be at least equal in numbers to the "Ger- man" forces felt able not, merely to check, Irat'to push back, and perlaps sniash'the invading army. HOPE TO BREAK GERMANUIGHT WING Should Me event "equal this anticipation" the right wing of the huge Ger- Sian line in which a million men .are said to be stretched over a distance of: 150 miles, will have been broken and rolled back, leaving the armies; in Luxem- burg and oii.the jJIoselle-W-hich are in daily outpost contact with the' Stench forces operating from of Verdun, rTancy and Epinal as bases in a precarious situation. So serious does, the German- dilemma appear is saiaV there is.reason that the Kaiser's troops-will not even attempt to give-battle in'Bel- gium, but will withdraw and fall back on the centre of the line! SEA FIGHT HANGS IN BALANCE The prospect of a sea fight is lo.oketl' forward toCalmly though there is no attempt to underrate the- courage o infighting capacity of the-German-fleet. It is recognized that with .a, powerful and. numerous squadron .of-.submarines and an aerial escort of Zeppelin throwers, the German navy may 'with'' hick on its side counterbalance in, overwhelming and By the silence of the Admiralty, the repeated warnings to and general feeling that Germany will at-tempt to strike at once on sea.and land, lead to the belief that a battle is imminent in the Sea. Englishmen have lost none of their pride and .confidence in. their riaVyi and are firm in the conviction gunnerj', seamanship and other quali- ties, the British navy will maintain its'traditional greatness'when it meets the German fleet. That there will be heavy losses in men and ships is England is ready to pay'the price of victory. The land struggle, it is believed, will be the greatest ever fought'.in the history of war. G TO RENT TO nicely furnished rooms, well ventilated, private house, all modern. .Prices reasonable. Use o( Phone. Apply 123S 7th Arc. Q-..H. TO modem, up-to- date, centrally, located, flo month immediate possession. Ring 548, C. C. Pagnuelo Co. SITUATIONS VACAiNT generalr servant.' On years old, weight about JOOO pounds; scar on lower right leg. reward for recovery. Finder notify Peck's Burn, Mhbrldge. grey gelding brand- ed on left hip, nn July 24, from Stafford Village. reward if return- ad to S. Swedish. small gold watch, closed case, between subway and the Steam Laundry. Finder tlm Herald office. TO 3rd SL rooms, fully modern, furnished or un- furnished; garage, very desirable pro- perty. ?4P per month furnished. Will give lease to right party. Apply N. B. Co., Room 5 Maedoiiald Blk. Phono 570. TO. rcoms, 'fully' modernv hoV-water T'neut-; Ing, good lawn and trees, also stable and chicken house; month; will givo lease. 'Apply M.; B., Co.; Room 5, Macdonald 570. TO room modern house furnished, will sell furniture to right party. .No, 50-1, corner of 5t-ht Street and 6th Ave. Six St. clostT in. Six room cth Ave. The Huff Investment Co., Room 10, Alberta nlk. Phone 771. house in good neighborhood. 'Prefer to. lense by year. 1313 4tli Ave. Apply T. B. Dunham, Coaldalo, Phone R607. PROPERTY 'FOR SALE FOR tiio lols I ain .selling In'North Lethbrldgo. close to Westminster. !y. Money to loan for building. This Is your opportunity. W. -Mi .Gillelsn, 1222 Third Ave. B. ins of a monument, you decide. Best signs and best Lethbridge Monumental- Sth St. South. R. V _'J I For Sale or Exchange WANTED-TO es- tate in various locations or oil stock in several different companies for motorcycle (twin cylinder preferred) or. small car, must be in perfect con- dition. Write giving full particulars in first letter; ;i square deal assured. Box 440 city.___________ WILL, land or implements (have complete for sheep. James Myers, Boweil, Alber- ta I FOR' SALE OR h.p. touring car, 5 seat, in good running order, good make; or will ex- change for real estate in the city. Box 28 Herald. FOR property in Lethhridge. close in; for good ranch in thd right location and at the right price Apply P. 0. Box 1365, 'Leth- bridge. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that C. M. Ware has purchased the Crown Clean- ing Works from E. .H. Hatcher.. All outstanding accounts must be paid to the Crown Cleaning Works, for whom A. J. Harper is the 'authorized agent antl manager. Lethbridge School Dis- trict No. 51. Tenders for Coal Tenders will: lie received by the undersigned up till noon, August 12, the supply of coal to th'e schools'of the above district, for the year commencing Sept- 1st, 1914. Coal, to be best quality screened lump, free fI om bone, slate and other Impurities. Any further information may be ob- tained 'at the Manual Training School, 5th Avenue South. "J .W. 8. Surgeon, Accouchor. Hours p.m. Offlce 914 Third Ateauft Phone 125J. DR. A-d, j-a.a Residence 10SO. e. Onlce pborie C. C. Sur- eeon, Accoucher. omce at resilience corner 5tb Avenue South and 7th Street South, 8-9: 1-3; to. 8.80. Phone OR. Eye, Nose anil Throat; Dominion Building. Offlce tours to 13; 8-5; evenings by appointment. Phones, offlce 341; residence E93. on. L. B. of Col- lege Physicians and Surgeont, Al- berts. Suite 916-18, Sherlock Bldx. Phone 1414. .'HOSPITAL, Mrs. Van Hospital and Maternity Home. 704 Sixth South. Phone 74fi. JOHN H. PLEETWOOD, Secretary-Treasurer. a and "as safe, as a-Howboat." .These" are a few of the merits On my new 16-ft, H. W. Model, Old Town Let me demcnstrate to you tie beauUes .of this I canoe with a keel Also the Sponson, unslnkablo model.. i WILL HAYTER Local Agent. 611 15th Street South Or Phone .1117 after G p.m. OR. W, i. graduate of Royal Collego of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Rooma t Block. PH- L. .fT CourMcb and Graduate University of Oflico houh Jfacdonald Wt. -'Phone 1165. DRS.: MARR6 AND to Drs. Stewart and Mo Clore. Hours: 9 to 5. Hlj. Intbtham 374. DR. mem. bcr of Hoyal ol Surgeons, (Eng.} Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L.D.S., 1900. Hours: S-12; 1-5. Offlce: 6-8. Post Offics VIAVI VIAVI (llie Natural System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Blk. Hours 4 to' 6 p.m. daily'; 10 to 4 Saturday, or- by appointment, Miss E. S. Cook. C SURVEYING P. HAMILTON, and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irriga- tion Hydraullo Engineer. Uooma 6 anfl 6, Whitney Block. P. O. Box 667. Ph.pne 1042. i DUFF M. Ed- Dominion and 'Al- MrMI.and Surveyor; Donald A. puff, blue print- Ing, civil englneerinc and land sur- veying. Suite 205 Sherlock -Lethbridge, Alta........4-tlj APCTIONEER W. and City Licensed Ajictloneer. Sales of all Kinds conducted on reasonable terras. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Office .at the Furniture Co., 404 .ISth st North Phone 1023. Residence Phone 585. offlce at the Lethbridge, iVeyburn Healiy Co.. Phr.rc H7a. PIANO TDITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401'7th -AvemiR Norcli: PIANO TUNING S. H. EXPERT atfd 'Organ 20 years factory experience, i Hon' ours SIT, Assn. London; England.. Reference to the. leading musicians, of tie .city.' vPhpno 1168. 1253 6th Ave A1 South. UNDERTAKING T. S. Director and Emhalmer; also agent lor the Somerville Marble and Granite Works, of Calgary. OiQce opposite Court House. Phono 561. Real, dence 284 7th Ave. S.. .Phone 1176.-! Open day and night. "i; S. Y. Director and Embalmer. 411 Mh Street South. Plinpf 1802. night or day. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited f. R Freight Chedi PHONES If Office I. I office I .1 I1 siuin I 462 Steamship Met Office iAFETY SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steameri Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers. French Line to Havre. White Star New York and Canad- in service. Cimard Line, New Yorfc and Can ad- in service. Canadian Northern .Royal Mail teamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to Glasgow. Nni-'th German Lloyd, Hamburg American and all other Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant- verp'an'4'Hamburg connections, Czer-' all other Contin ntal joints.' Buy your tlclce'-s wliere you get MITCHELL, 1 P. Agent, THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., FOR SERVICE We find the stenographer that suits .the position. We find the position that suits the stenographer. Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (The (complete machine.) Remington No. II. (Its convenience ,ajid 'simplicity is wonderful.) Remington, No. 10. (hac the only Monarch (wonderful tor its light sHIftXjnd .light touch.) Smith-Premier (The machine with a character.) Remington-Junior (Has a market ind'tfffilcl.wVltii own.) THEY ALL HAVE THE. Everything In Typewriter. 'j A. J. PASSMORE, Acndla Alberta, PRIVATE iCHOOL KING EDWARD'S broolr. B. C. Headmistress, Miss V M. Cherrington. Boarding- school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Pull High School curriculum. Shorthtnd, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Write for pros- nectU8. WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail- All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, mixed bay, upland hay, oat hay and straw. Mixed carloads a specialty Storage for household goods, etc cellar apace for rent. Hyde and' Saunders, corner 2ml Ave. and 12th St. S. P. O. Box 1127. Phone 1244. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO well Improv- ed farm lands. Alberta Loan Co., Alberta Loan Building, th Rt.rept South. Phone 1214. ACCOUNTANT W. D. of the InstI-, Btitute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales, and of the In- lute of Chartered Accountants' In Alberta. Acadia Bldg.. Lethbridge. W. A. HENDERSON 4 COY. Chartered Accountants Lethbridge i Medicine Haj Accountancy in-jill its branches' Audit, and Trust' Work, Invos.' tigations, Acadla -Building; Lbthbridgo Resident R. J. RITCHIE Chartered Accountant (Scot.) Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 fltrtful ana Prompt SorvlM ;