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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta Hi f PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALP FRIOAV, AUGUST AUCTION Saianky Next August 22nd AT PROMPT AT THE LETHBRIDQE EXCHANGE, WHITNEY BLOCK S Is favored with instructions .fronv.Mr. Giles to remove for corn-en- ience of to the Lethbridge Esehange, and sel) by Public .Auc- tion and reserve, his superior Household furniture Mission Oak Buffet. Mission Oak Dining Table. Mission Oak Library Table, Chest of 4 Drawers Mission Oak finish, splen- did Mahogany Chiffonier, Solid Oak Dressers, all Brass Beds, Lea- ther Lounge Complete Set Stoddardt's Lectures, Travelling Trunk. Carpet Squares, Mission Oak Rockers, "Treasure" Cooking Range in splendid .condition. Large Framed Mirror, etc. etc. TERMS CASH PHONE 1723 NO RESERVE PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited OHM I i {OHM I i OffiM I. I 1 Pacific Coast Now Protected CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE, War Flashes The- situation in the Duchy of Lux- emburg is unchanged. The French re-occupied Mulhausen, 'Alsace, yesterday. The Germans lost Bis cannon and six ammunition .wag- ons. The Germans crossed the French ncfder first [some days ago at Cirey- "Sur-Vescuse. Heavy fighting since SaE- resulted in the French driving. them hack across the border to Luneville. The war department at Ottawa ex- pects to utilize 200 members of the Legion ot Frontiersmen who reported Without orders. They will he used, first to break 700 artillery horses, and may then join the artillery as riders. Among the "Princess Pat's" wh'o went to Ottawa is a Boer who uerv'r.- ed: under Cronje. I.lovds have .increased the war risks 66 Japanese vessels to 6.3 .the highest rate being quoted. Senate -tumirisK committee of -the TJ.-S. has reported favorably nn' a bil! to provide war risk on shfps oi American registry. White Star "Celtic" sailed yes-, terday irom New York with the Germans. Her displacement oi tons and her horsepower gives tor a spesd oi 26.26 knots, and .permitsjan armament of two six-inch guns, ten 4-inch, and a number of f nuick-fircrs, and she is also equipped with two ticpedo tubes. She was completed at Elswick In Mill at a ccst of ana carries plement'.of 376 officers and men. Considerably .more powerful, though much slower "in speed is the French armored cruiser Slontcaltn, attached to the French China station. She was completed' in 1502, had a dis- placement of 9.367 tons, colt nearly a million sterling, is armed with two 7.6 inch guns, eight 6.4 inch, four 3.9 inch and a number oi lighter guns. Her .speed is twenty-one knots and she carries 612 officers and men. C 10 JIENT Most Formidable Shock iii History of CONTINUED FROM FRO N'T.. PAG 12 Tlie Germans retired in the direction of St. Louis, leaving five hundred dead and wounded on the field. They lost most of their horses. FOREIGNERS TO FIGHT Paris, Aug. 21, 1.30 great iu sntiaro frontlus the luvalides in Paris j KritzwlBer'.'care Good 626, 1 ot K9i! s Phone TO six roonited hoas.e summer kitchen, -chicken coop ,anU run Bro plato fully owuM jubt oiwut o.i er ?6J> renovating and rent value lyil) to suitable tenant Ajipl7 dotor 31S 15th St S -ciU 212-rG 1O 'B-j-n'" one or ieuce ?J per Me South ad hertrpoui for modem com t Street presented a striking spectacle today, when foreign volunteers assem- bled in orderly formation under the flags of their various uatious to he mustered in. There were 4500 Jews from all countries, who desired to serve as a separate command; there TO cottage ou car. line, 221 13th St. N., just north of Ore hall; best lighted street in city to good tenani-- Apply.; X A KritzwlBer'.'care Good 626. or after six at St. S. Phone. 1049. SEND TO A. J. Biackburne, Acadia for list ot houses to. rent'rang- from to 535.00. TO "modern, up-to- date, centrally Ideated; per mouth sAuanKiS 2600 Russians, 2000 Swiss, 1000 Span iards, 335 Luxemburgiaus and 125 Am- ericans. AK these volunteers were obliged wait until the completion of ths mob- j TO room semi modern ilizntion of the French regular forces, cottage, No. G2S 12th Street. per which was accomplished yesterday, j month.__ Apply TO Eight ruurn house; an modern improvements, Moderate rent. Apply Standard Securities Company, Suite 115, Sherlock Bldg. In the meantime foreigners, resident in France, have inscribed their names provisionally on the rolls of a committee i Oins itself "The Friends of France." Only those volunteers resident in Paris presented themselves, today.' It wii'I take several days to comply with jail the formalities and examinations, I and make the men into anything like organized bodies of troops- Room 5, Macdon'ald'Blk. TO 5 room fully modern cot- tage on street car line, close in. En- quire 134 10th St: H. Phone 334 or TO to-4SO acres in block of good irrigated land in Coal- dale district on very liberal terms. Apply Box 17 Herald. tons foodstuHs in aer hold bound for Liverpool. Ulany Japanese who 'have served in; the German army and navy have lett Germany since Sunday's ultimatum; German fleet in "the Baltic has captured 16 Russian sailing vessels' and one steamer. 'authorities have with- drawn all government archives, of- fices and cash to Vienna and Buda- Pesth. The National bant of Norway has reduced its rate oi discount from G to 5i per cent. The proportion of -the Bank of Eng- land's reserve to liability this week is 15.80 per cent. Last week it was 17.02 per cent. The occupation of Brussels .by the German array is believed to'be im- minent. All records and cash have hcen moved to Antwerp, the strong- est fortified town in Europe next to Paris. The official war press bureau London late yesterday issued statement: "The Belgian field army, confronted' by superior has fallen back, The Belgian troops-have admirably, performed their duty in delaying hostile advance and enabling the allies to complete their concen- tration. japan Preparing J r Apply at Herald Trt XimrlaV TO house, all 10 OLllKc iJlillUdy painted since last occu- _____________________-_ niPd. Larec- sardsri plot corner -tm TO roomed morteru house with gas, in good condition, b doors from car-.lm'c. ?25 to good tenant. .Apply Bos 32 Her- ald.________ FOR Building now occupied by Western Tinsmithing Co., firs, door north at Herald. Heady Apuly at Herald office. "What are our ships doing" writes one inspired publisher in the Rome press, "when French ships are giving chase to ships belonging to our >here- drtary foes 7" .This; refers to the French flecks fleet up the Adriatic. Italian opinion, is electrified with a fervor of enthusiasm for joining forc- es with the entente against Aus- tria. It is stated an automobile passed through Trent with a high of- ficial of the German imperial chan- cellory going incognito for a confer- ence with the Italian premier. "President 'Wilson sees no for from the countries now at war to the U. S. proposal to pur- j CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE Japan in sending an ultimatum to Germany. They state that tliis action was taken only after weeks of con- vernation with Great Britain, and was [at the request and with the approval of Japan's ally. Premier Okuma and Foreign ter Kato have made repeated and cat- egorical denials that Japan has de- signs ou. Samoa and the Phillippine Is- lands, or any other territory. Baron Eiichi Shibusawa, president of the Am- erican .Japanese association, and Buoi Nakano, vice-president of the same or-' ganization and president of the Tokio Chamber of Commerce, are heading a movement intended to re-assure. China of Japan's pacificatory intentions. N. Nakano 'will leave for China soon, it.is announced. chase vessels for carrying U. trade abroad. S. The allies have inflicted a severe defeat en the Germans at Tirlemont according to a Ghent despatch. Ger- man losses -were heavy, A personal message from General Joffre indicates thai; an important French victory is being won in AI- sacs Lorraine. Austrian troops entered the ot Mieohew, Russian Poland, surpris- ed a detachment of 1000 Cossacks while they slept, and killed or wound- ed 400 oi them. TO 3rd St. South, seven rooms fully modern, furnished or un- furnished; -garage, very desirable pro- perty per month furnished. Will lease to right party.' N. B. Peat Co., Room 5 llacdonalfl.Blk. Phone 570- TO 7th Ave. S., G rooms fully modern. Apply N. B. Peat Room 10, Macdonald Blk. Phone 570- TO 15th St. N. Pinto mine about 700 Ibs., tail bobbed; 55. reward Sor- return to Hock Springs Coakand BricTc Co., Ltd., Alta. Zll-r-6 .chain bracelet in vicinitv llth St. and 7th Ave. South Finder nleaso return, to Herald office. LOST_On Aug. IS between Steam baundry and 746 Sth Ave.. gold.watch, .initialed K P on case; gold fob with same initials. So reward for return to Katie Popsom at above address or at Laundry office. bay gelding, five years old, new scar lower part right front branded M lazy H on left Notify J. H. fMitchell, Phone 1702. Reward ?20. BOAKD AND ROOM FRENCH .VETERAN'S SON KILLED AT FRONT Paris, Aug. Geurry da Beauregard, a veteran of the war of 1870, thus aEBouuces the death of R. son at the front: "One son already has met the death of the brave, beyond the frontier, at the head of u squadron of the Seventh Hussars. Others will avenge him. An- other of my sons, an artilleryman, is with the general staff. My tiilf-st son is with the 21st Chasseurs. Long live France-'1 h] OATS S25.00 TON NOW IN SPOKANE, WASH. Spokane, Wash., Aug. have advanced a ton in the local market in the last few days, the result heavy buying orders fof the Eng- lish government, and a further ad- vancj is predicted, as not enough of the cereal now is In storage for imme- diate shipment to fill the demand. Spokane dealers are quoting ths ton for consignment from inland points to Winnipeg, where grain and hay for use of the English military forces are being assembled in large i quantities, .but farmers are reported The tramp German.steamer Mazat-! not selling freely. Ian, which had a mix-up with Am- erican customs authorities in the port ofl'Frieco yesterday, was for- ISOLATED Ifcddui to leave port till she disdurg-j FRQM WORLD s i? j Brussels was entirely interrupted to- Why Japan Will Fight Washington, B.C., Aug. ference, by German cruisers: with the shipping of Japan's ally. Great Britain, with the seizur-e of Japanese goods In German bottoms, and the consequent grave dislocation of Japanese trade, are .the principal reasons set forward by Japan in explanation of the ulti- matum delivered to Germany last Sun- uay. It "was not .until yesterday .that the full test statemen.tHssuefl by the Foreign office bear- ing upon this subject became avail- able. Tho Document.says: "From the beginning of hostilities between England and Germany, the latter has been bending all her ener- gies to strengthening all her fortifica- tions at Klao Cnau, even to the ex- tent of enforcing labor upon them by .'the Chinese coolies. Meanwhile the German squadrons stationed in tbe Far East have been mailing incessant appearances in Chinese waters, ing Kiao Chau their base, and in co- operation with German converted cruisers, threatening and interfering with British shipping and commerce, thereby threatening and injuring to a considerable extent the commercial in- terests in general of Great Britain.______ "In the meantime; the above action OSWALD EDWARD on the part of Germany has not failed spENCBJ-ifor short time employed by to greatly demoralize the trade inter- Canadian Pacific Railway, bbra 1870, ests of Japan. In fact, the'whole east- left England for era commercial world has been thrown heard of Estevan, Sask., ISM Lo a state of utmost uneasiness. Some of the Japanese merchant ves- death, marriage or se'is have heen detained and all of the Gray, Solid- Japanese import and export cargoes i C3 Queen Victoria Street, Lon- on hoard the German merchant ves- Aan' England. .211 sels has been requisitioned. 'It is clear that unless Germany had a strong base at Kino Chau, the condi- tions, such as outlined could never hav iibity of a "new Waterloo" or :.Sedan." Wednesday's fighting at Acrschot .Was extremely hot. The Ocrmans, spying cut the ground with aero- planes, attacked the Belgians who were greatly outnumbered and were forced to retreat. Major Gilsoa, ot the Belgian rear-guard fought so hard that only 7 out of his force of ,188 men returned. inces of Luxemburg, Limberg, Liege, Namur, Brabant or Antwerp, except for the city of Antwerp. 4th BATTERY ORDERED OUT Hamilton, Or.t, Aug. 4th Field Battery wns notified this morn- ing to be prepared to leava any Jninute to go right through to the war without stopping at Val Cartler. Major Cars- callen gave all the 108 men a chance la retire, but every man stayed. pan pied. Large- gardsri plot corner ith 4ve anfl 12th St See owner, D. H. Fitnn. Phone 490 or 1523. Three ho i. 333 and 323 hree house. 5 rooms 329, .512.00. per month; 415 llth St. S. Apply Mrs. t SITUATIONS irl to do general housor iotk, 4 nillos oast of LethbiJdge Ap- plv R Nllson Phono 11 312 DO nlan (without children for farm and ranch woik to luno 1st 1D1G II A Walter Spring Coulee matron in In dian boarding suiooi at Al> :borta. For' furllier particulars write Rev. W. B. Haynes, Brocket, Alberta. Four good men wanted; must have little cash; money maker for right party. Apply at ones. No other than hustlers need apply. Auto- matic Hose. Coupler Co., bid., lloom 117, Sherlock Bldg. 0 and women to learn Barher Trade. Eight weeks required; positions or locations secured as soon as competent; graduates ranko big money; catalogue and terms free. Jloler Barber College, 604A Centre St., Calgary._____________ 2W-0 school teacher holiliug qualified certificate for Alberta for Troy School District No. 21S3. Salary S72Q .per year; commence Sept. isi. Kesler, Secy.-Treas., New Dayton, Alberta. Soy. Apply to L. Oliver Blk., 5th St. S. young man about 23 years as general assistant for country meat and provision business; must have knowledge of the meat trade. Apply Glasgow. Commerce, or phone Diamond City Exchange. OR. L. B. of Col- lege Physicians and Surgeons, Al- berta. Suite 31C-18. Sherlock Bldg. Phone _________ SITUATIONS WANTED 1 WANTED Maternity nursing. Good references given, terms reasonable. Mrs. 11. A. Mason, Warner, Alberta. WANTED Position on farm by man and ivlfe, thoroughly capable; refer- ence from present employer. Address 0. A. Wehb, care H. It. Johnston, Maybutt, Alta. WANTED-JiVork oi any .kind by a steady married man wiH do anything. Apply Wm. Clelland, 737 16th Street North. MISS ANNE PORTER will open a pri- vate kindergarten for a limited numlier of children, between the ages of four and six years. A Kin- dergarten Musical Course will be included. Junior and Intermediate pupils for piano will also be ac- cepted. Call or write 1211 5th Ave. South on or before Sent. 1st. 1 MISCELLANEOUS "WANTS j rent by experienced farmer, irrigated farm, all or part in haj- preferred. Address A. Jensen, Raymond, Alta. buy, good secondhand 'range must be in good condition and cheap. Apply J. D. McLeod, 319 Cth Avenue S. J the person took a brown hat and left a grey hat in its place please see Mr.. Campbell at "esley Church. WANTED TO five, six or seven room modern house on south side. Reply to Box 40 Herald, giving particulars. gauge gun lif ex- age for high grade watch. Apply D. I. Cue, Wright's Jewelry Store. FOU a good room with all modern conveniences, sloanr heat. siths. p'lunUe. etc., apply Y M. n. A. BOARD AND veniencea; S5 per 7th St week. _____ con> Apply 83J ROOM AND SIS Cth Ave. NOTICE NOTICE The town of Coleman will pay a a? fiuuiuuu salary ot one hundred dollars a month never have been produced. It is this] to a man who can fill the positions of possession of Kiao Chau that 'is solely Console. Secretary-Treasurer and responsible for it all: it la the strong- FIreJJWet. est weapon in the hands of the Ger- mans so far as. the Par East is con- cerned. It is absolutely necessary to elim- inate such possession completely, if Japan is to restore immediately com- plete peace in tho Far East, in accord- ance with the Anglo-Japanese al liance." -Vpply with references up to Aug. 31st. Address W. L. OuimettCi mayor. GET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC An immense area of the most fertile land in Canada for sale at low prices, ranging from to -per acre for non-Irrigat- ed lands and ?35 to per acre for irrigated lands. Terms, one- twentieth down, balance In 19 an- nual .instalments. Loan 'for farm development up to also re- payable In 20 years. Interest at only G per cent. Foi full particulars apply to WILSON SKEITH, AGENTS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbridge, Alberts. Stesingiiip Ticket Office SAFETY 'SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mall Steamers Allan Line Roya! Mail Steamers. French Lino to Havre. White Star New YofU-and Canad- ian service. Cunard Line, New York and Canad- ;an service. Canadian Northern Royal Mail Steamers. Donaldson Line to Glasgow.. Anchor .Uuc' to Glasgow. ttnrmrn Lioyd. Hamburg American and all other Lines. Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; direct sailing. Ant- v.cru and Hamburg connections. Czer- monltz, Krakan and all other Contin- ental tioliits. Buy your tickets where you get your train. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridu'c. ot houses to rent. Numerous enquiries. A. J. lilackburne Acadia Block. SMWING Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. Jlrs. B. J. Pnnnell, Room Dominion Bldsr. and room with pri vate family in modern house. Apply to Box 100 Herald, stating terms. young man board and room with private family in modern house. Apply stating terms to BOX S3 Herald. Miscellaneous for Sale FOR electric iron, one meat grinder and a large quantity of fruit jars. Apply Mrs. G. A. Delany, 621 llth St. S. FOR Household furniture, al- most new, only a few months in use; party leaving the city. Apply 1720 2nd Ave. A North. FOR timothy Alfalfa mixture 514; Timothy 515.00 f.o.h. Lethbridge. Every bale guar- anteed by the growers through their own sales Offlce. Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Manager. Phono 1017; Residence Phone 265. FOR and saddle, good driving, mare, buggy and harness; 1 young mare and 1 cow. W. Adams, Coalhurst, south of mine. FOR wheel, 20 inch frame, good tires and New Departure Brake, in running order. Price ?6, to be seen between 6 and 8 at Gil I5tll St. S. 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 must be in perfect con- dition. Write giving full particulars in first letter; a square deal assured. Box 440 WILL cattle, a good re- venue producing building opposite the post office on 'Main street, Corona- tion. H. S. Northwood, Coronation Alberta. PROPERTY FOR SALE FOE tho I am sellljig In North Lethbridge, each, close to. Westminster. ?10 cash, month- ly. Money to loan for building. This is your opportunity. W. M. Gillolan. 1222 Third Ave. S. t Professional Cards MEDICAL OR W ft. Surgeon, Accoucher Hours p.m. Offlce 914 Third Atonue. 'honp }2E8. 'SherJocS Bloolr. Resluoiico iiJGB Sixth Avenue. Olllce hours li-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. OffKe phone 109IK OR, C. C. Bur. KCon, Accouchor, Offlcs at corner 5tb Avenue South and 7th Street South. Hoara: 8-S: 1-3; 7'to 8.30. Phone 120B. DR. Bye, Nose and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours 9.30 to 12; 2-6; evenings by appointment. Phones, office 341; residence B93. ____________ OSTEOPA'THIC PHYSICIAN PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarieia's Privato Hospital and Maternity Home. 704 Sixth South.- Fhone 746. KINDERGARTEN WINDOW CLEANING .ETHBRIDGE WINDOW AND CAR. PET CLEANERS City Chimney Sweep Furnaces cleaned. Phone orders 1035. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and ail; medical and surgical cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion 1414 7th Avenue South. Phono 1233. (Miss) A. M. TMky, Supervisor. (Miss) M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) J. Mackenzie, MONUMENTS If you are considering the purchao- lug of a monument, see UB before you decide. Best stock, best de- signs and best prices. Lethbridge Monumental Works Sth St South. R. Needs, Manager. ,DENTAL OR M J of Royal College of Dental Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Olllco: Itooma 6 and e, Bryan Block. Plione 1071.' BR. L. T. to Dft? Courtice and Graduate; University of Maryland. Office hour) Macdonald Blk. Phone Lethhjldge, Alta.. ORS. MARRS AND successors to lira. Stewart and Ciure. Houra: 9 to 6. Office, inbotham Block. Phone DR, E. G. menu of Royal Coileife of Siireedns.i (Bag.) Licentiate Royal College of Physicians (London) L.D.S., 1900.' Hoars: 8-12; is. Offlce: Poit Office Block. i VIAVI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY -i (The Natural System of Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number li Hull Blk. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. dally; 10 to 4 Saturday, or >by appointment MIES E. S. Coojt. v SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irriga- tion Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6, Whitney Block P. O. Boi 657. Phone 1042. DUFF A M. Ed- wards. B.A.Sc.. Dominion and AU beria Surreyor; DonaW X: Duff, blue icg, civil engineering and land stir-; Tering. Suite 205 Sherlock Bldg.; Lethbrldge. A'.ta. i-tt AUCTIONEER W. L. and .City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of' all kinds conducted oh reasonable terms. Live stocfc and farm salea specialty. Offlce at the Wilson irurnitiiro Co, 404 13th St. North. Phone 1028. Residence Phone 685i Downtown office at the Weyburn Realty .Co.. 1173. i PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. PIANO TUNING 6. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Player-Piano and Organ repairer) 20 years factory experience. Hon.lr ours Certificate MT. Assn: London England.. Reference to the leading musicians of the city.- Phone HGS'c 1253 6th Aye A South. i Notice of Dissolution of Partnership The partnership heretofore exist- ing between Otto Degener and Manley L. Miller, carrying on 'business at Stirling in tho Province of Alberta, as general merchants, under the firm name of Miller Degener, has this day been dissolved by mutual con- All monies owing the said firm must be paid to the said Manley L. Miller and all debts owing by the firm will be paid by the said Manley L. Miller, who in future will continue the business alone. (Signed) OTTO DEGENER, MANLEY L. MILLER T. S. Director and Emhalmer; also agen'1 i' for the Somervillo Marble Granlti- "Worlts, of Calgary. Office opyositt v Court House. Phop.e F.ssi dence 284 7th Avs. S. Phona 117B Open day and night. S. Y. DiFector am Enibalmer. 411 Eth Street South Phonp 1S02. nlfrht or day. Notice to Creditors and Claimants In the Estate of .Hermann Christian Frederick.'Langbehn, late of Com- rey, In 'the'Province of Al- berta, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that all per- sons having claims upon tho estate of the saM Hermann Christian Fred- crick Langbehn, died on the Six- teenth (16th) day of June. A.D. 1912, are reciulred to send to The Trusts Guarantee Company at Calgary, Offic- ial Administrators of the said estate, on or bofore the 30th day Septem- ber AD. 1914 a full statement of their claims duly verified hy Statu- tory Declaration and any securities held by thorn and that after that date the said Trusts Guarantee Com- pany at Calgary, Official Adminis- trators for the said estate .will dis- tribute the assets of the said estate among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which notice has been so filed. Dated at the City of Medicine Hat. this 14th day ot August A.D. 101J. Trusts Guarantee Company, of Calgary, Official Administrators of the said estate (by their Solieiturs BegB. McLarty Evans, Solicitors for the snid Trusts Guarantee Co. Ad NO. N2. C UNDERTAKING PRIVATE SCHOOL KINS broolr, H. C. Headmistress, Mls's V M. Cherrington. Boarding schori for girls and young hoys. Braclni. mountain climate. Pull High Schoo curriculum. Shorthand, Stonegraph; and Bookkeeping. Writt pros, pectus. a-specialty. for household goods, etc: cellar 'space for.rent., Hyde and 'Saunde.ra, corner 2nd Ave. and 12M St. S. P. O. Box 1127. FhonM 1244: MONEY TO LOAN "Ijj ImroV''1 MONET TO On well ed farm lands. Alberta IjOan In) vestment Co., Alberta Loan Building 5t.li Street Smith. Phone 121.4. ACCOUNTANT "IV W. D. of the Instl. Btltute of Chartered Accountants ol [t England and "Wales, and of tho tute of Chartered Accountants Alberta. Acadia Bldg.. Lothbrldgo, i: THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., LTD., 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 and simplicity Is wonderful.) Remington No. 10. (has the only Column Selector.) Monarch (wonderful for Its light shift and light touch.) Smlth-Pramlor (The machine with key for each character.) Remington-Junior (Has a market and field of Its o-vn.) THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON DURABILiTY. Everything In Typewriter Supplies. A.'J. PASSMORE, Building, Lethoridge, Alberta. W. A. HENDERSON COY, Chartered Accountants Winnipeg Lethbridge Medicine Hit Accountancy In all its branches Audit, Secretarial, Ad- visory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Liquidations. Acadia Bulldlno, Lethb'rldgt Resident __ jjj R. J. RITCHIE PATtnSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) fatiu's Baggage Transfer Careful and Promp: Service ;