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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRID.GB DAILY HERALD "Jin fl JWson, PUQno'jfJtj' CONTINUED FROM FRONT PAGE MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 1911 ennes will probably, be an encircling one. L1EG3. FQRTS STILL ON JOB London, Aug. 24, 12.05 a dispatch from Rotterdam, the' corres- pondent of the Daily Telegraph says that after many days of quiet, sounds of -vigorous bombardment of Liege Reached the. Irqniier..near Maastricht were heard for contact had been established between (.upon.Souhalx, the wealthiest of the opposing forces along the line and I French towns, or, upon Lille n that i- "ithout to'waid Valenci either Bide The message confirmed the report that the German airship Zeppelin No, S had been destroyed, and that there had been great Russian successes. GERMAN LINE OF ATTACK ON BELGIUM London, Aug. 24, 4.25 Os- tend correspondent of the Daily Mail says that the German columns -are marching southward toward ennes on the Scheldt, thirty-one miles southeast or Lille, one proceeding way of Ninove and Gramont and Les-' sines, Belgium, and the other going bj way of Hal, Braine-le-Comte and They are moving with great speed. Further northwest, advancing part- ies havi appeared and done damage successfully at Thield and Lichter- velde. GERMAN TRROfeS IN BELGIUM Ostend, Belgium, Aus. dis; patch., just received from Brussels states that the main German army around'the Belgian capital has begun to move in three columns. Two are taking the line to NSfflur, Charleroi and -Maubeuge, while the third is to operate through Ma'iines and mask Antwerp. The condition of the city is reported-as becoming practically nor- mal. The" headquarters ot the German army are at the town hall, while the staff, are accommodated at hotels, near the Northern station. Noteless th'aii troops-are in movement in; the.vicinity of Brussels; a garrison of men is at camp, at Koeckelborg, and a very strong artil- lery "force is proceeding in lorries to Gramont and Oudenarde. GERMAN MOVEMENT ON; ANTWERP SLOW move werp is unnoticeable. There is no unay.y lioursv and Vindicated that the Ger- mans are making a tremendous effort to clear this long-standing danger from" their line of supply, and that to this end they had brought their heav jest .howitzers into action. Fugitives report, the correspondent continues, .that; the Liege forts have caused' great inconvenience to the by destroying their pontoon bridges over the Meuse. The Daily Mail publishes a dispatch from Antwerp, saying that a Belgian who succeeded in getting to Liege and back, reports that the Germans have built eight pontoon bridges across the Meuse, between Liege and the' Dutch frontier, i DISPOSITION OF LGEHMANX.FORCES But H. G. Wells, Noted Eng- lish Writer, Makes Appeal Along Peace Lines London, Aug 21-H G last HiRht issued an jppeil to tie- Uicri- cnn people lie the influowe of the UniteoSStales upon, "the-nature and duration ol the war must needs be enormous, and upon the American nation rests the" issue oi. the. conflict For it rests von to estab hsh and secure the permanent peace 0( the the final ending dt war Alter dwelling upon the ties which hind the Unitfd and Europe Mr proeeedb to throv the re- sporslblllh o! the war upon Ger many, which to says, lias lor the last forty forced the pace ment compelling TO auu warship ui Rotterdam, Aug. 24. via According to the best informa- tion obtainable here, the disposition of tjie' German forces in Belgium, is roadly as follows: The right Hank, occupying the en- tire territory immediately south of Antwerp, is moving southwest. in .the direetidnVof Lillet a second force is moving' on Maubeuge, 'fifty miles southeast of Lille, in the department of Nofd, and a third is .occupied .with a reduction of the Namur forts, .which consist of a line of defence of steel and concrete surrounding the city. it is estimated that the three col- Irt. AWJ. wjiivr 1C is esuiujtteu tuai. in..-.- Amsterdam, Aug. far the umns together comprise nearly a quar- ibvement of the Germans toward Ant- Of a miltipn men. The main northern German army is tverp 15 UUIluuuKauie. aiicic 10 lue I11J1IU uuituciu trace ol them between Malines and advancing, .slowly, -.with its front ex- that port, tending from Givet, France, to Dieg- The Antwerp markets went on as gnuofen, in'Lorraine. The French de- nsual on Saturday The population fanees, from. Lafere to Rhdms are. WBB quite calm, without a trace of panic. The -royal children walked freely through the streets, and were loudly cheered bv the that thronged about them. During tie da> a council of minis ters was held, the King presiding. The State, M Vandervelde, in an Interview has stated that the coun try-Jias conCidence in'the ability of the allied armies to staj the German "aSvance is "WATERLOO SCENE, OF-BATTLE.? There were rumors that a hatile taking iilace on the field of Waterloo It Is suggested that tins means n dash JIainz and Hastatt thought to be 'the oWe'ctive of this army, which is believed to numbbi- men. The main body to the' south- is di- recting its efforts upon the Verdun- Nancy line of defences and no'w occu- pies Strassburg here from .Ger- many say that the troop movement in the western part of the province has subsided considerably, and .the mob- ilization evidently has been achieved. The railroads are how principally oc- cupied with the transportation of mun itions of war.. Most of these .are pass- ing through Dusscldorf, Coblehz, the strength almost 'hey'oml the pitch of human endurance. which induced Mr. Wells "to .make His ap- peal 'is the position of Holland' as a neutral state and lite proposed Am- erican purchase of''German ships. He points out that it. is possible for .any neutral power; such, as 'the" United States, to pour a stream of iqod sup- plies by way of-Holland almost into the hands of the German fighting line. This would enormously diminish the allies' chances of concluding Mr. Wells, urges the re- jection of the proposal to purchase the German ships, lying in American transfer them to the Am- erican flag, load, them with food and war material and supply'the Germans with them through Rotterdam.. "It is, I confess, thing to do. It will give your Jjeople not- only huge immediate profits, but a mer- cantile marine at--one. coup.. It will certainly prolong the war and so will rnsia the 'killing" of scores ol mans, Englishmen, Ffenchmai'- and which smight otherwise es- CONTINUED PKOM FRONT PAGE London, Aug. despatch to the Daily Mail from Rome Sunday Bays: Amid the continuation of wild Adri- atic rumors it seems clear that the bombardment of Citrtaro by .an An- gio French fleet has taken and that the forts of Castolauovo and Budua have been damaged. Montene- grins are still bombarding Cattaro Irpm Mt. Lovetch. We expect news hourly of a decisive euccantcr. SINKING THE ZKNTA Aug. West, the It is believed the cable between Shanghai and Nagaski has been cut. The officers of the army and navy are absolutely, sphynxlike regarding the passage .of events in the China. Sea. Everything is quiet .here, the atti- tude of the public appearing, almost indifferent. GERMANY'S REPLY VERBAL Berlin, Aug. Via Copenhagen Chronicle correspondent at Milan and London, p.im The rupture of relations -between .Japan and Ger- many- was eficctcd in a simple man- iuinmer chicken Uqp run, fire placjS, fullj nionorp; just spent renoyatlijff 'fta? papering, rent yaluo only to suitable tenant -Apply now doqr 318 I5th St S- 2 per week South. C If 9th btreet TO collage on car line, ISUi N jistj north of or after six at 636 12th St. S. Plioun 1049____________ 75 modern I npte date, centrally torated Si' per mouth immediate possession Ring MB C Pagnuelo Co _____ TO room house modern improvements. Moderate-rent. 4ppli Standard becuriliei Company Suite lio, Sherlock Bldg TO room semi modem cottage No 628 12th Street JIG per morth Appl5 N B Ptai i- Co 61 Room 5 Macuonald gjjt__ f3 room fTlli modern tot tage on street car Itae close in tu nuire 134 loth St Phone "34 or TO to 4SO acres m one block of good Irrigated land in. .boal- dala. district .on' "very liberal terms straining FOR now occupied by Western Tinsmithing Co. door north -of Herald. Apply, at Herald, office. i'O modern house, all painted and papered, since last occu- lted.: Large garden plot corner ith Ave. and '12th Elton. Phone 490 6r -n Srd'.St South. rooms fully modern, furnished or un. Apply Box 38.Herald. urnisnedv garage, very desirable joro-. perty 840 per-month furnished. Will rive 'lease to right party.' Apply ft. B JPeat-fi Co., Room 5 Macdonald Blk rrrn Phone TO 7tli Ave. S., 6 rooms Mly modern. Apply N. B. Peat Room 10, M'acdonald Blk.'Phone )e. 'It'is within'yourilegal rjglits we tell you plainly hut we ask yea not easily of- tendfd if we betray certain lack oi enthusiasm for. this Sir. Wells concludes his.appeal with the words "Already the wounds of our dead cry. TO houses. 333 and 329- 15th "St. N., 5 rooms 329, 512.00. per month-, S. Apply Mrs S. TO roomed mode.rn 6th St.- suitable .for rooming, purposes. Reasonable tp .rt sppnsible party.. .ApoteR.V. Gibbons TO hqUsekeep. ing rooms, all convenience's; gas; H ply 1010 2nd Ave.'S. TO. suite, oyeflobking'Galt Gardens; .batik kitchen hedroom 'and living room. Room Kifiiham Blk., Phones 556 and 1030. POLES NOW INDEPENDENT? New York, Johan von Bernstorff, German Ambas- sador to the United States, announced upon his arrival here ioaay from Rot- terdam, that his government had been informed that Russian1 civil and mili- tary authorities had withdrawn from Poland, and that the Poles'had set up an independent government, with Warsaw as its capital. NOTICE WiANTED OSWALD .EDWARD SPENCE, for short time employed by Canadian Pacific Railway, born ISiO. left 'England for Canada 1.S8G.. Lasl heard of Estevan. Sask., 1396. FURRNISHBD most comfortable, with best outlook in city. Suitable for two. 'Mr. 3 Union Bank Building EarU OI Ijiwn., Recently entitled to .money .unde: Jonathan Information wanted; address, death, marriage or Bell, Broderick Gray, Solici tors> 03 Q.jeen Victoria Street, Lon- A representative of the German (joll) England. 5 ministry oi foreign affairs proceeded Sunday morning to the Japanese em- bassy and handed the Japanese Charge D' Affairs his passports with the verbal remark that Germany hat no response to Japan's ulti- matum concerning the surrender of Kiao Chau. i The Japanese representative turned this embassy arid its archives over to American am- The first consecutive accounts of the j the protection of the lect-nt naval engagement at Austrian i bassador. poinls in the Adriatic reached Cor-j riere Delia Tera Valona via the Pira "flotilla of the Anglo-French fleet. The torpedo boats were steaming to sea alter re-coaling and re-victualling DENY THAT GERMAN SOCIALISTS WERE SHOT London, Aug. 24. A Berlin dispatch warus me entrance 10 nai-iist leauer, uecause ne aec- bqr. Waen they were approaching it cl'ined to (1o mfii'tary service, is untrue, British torpedo destroyers, which janti 'that Liehnecht at the time was beaded the flotilla, sighted the Aus-j living in Berlin The pa- -ie pa- trian protected cruiser Zcnta and i per says neither Rosa Liu.emberg three small war vessels doing block- any other Socialist has been shot ade duty. Before they were discover- or interfered with. ed'the allied flotilla opened fire up- on the enemy's cruiser which, being by surprise hesitated to reply, j EEKS NEUTRAL PORT When at' last the Zenla began to I return the fire, it did so at long in- with "shots vciy wide of the mark; Meantime, the gunners. of the Anglo-French, fleet were tearing ugly rents in the iZenta's flanks, and with- in four minutes had flooded its en- gine room. The other three Austro- Hungarian torpedo boats then began racing away with many corpses aboard. The Zenta was floundering rapidly, while its crew was well in- :font on seeking a way to escape. The largest English torpedo boat went and rescued two hundred inarines who were on the point of drowning. Fifty of these men subse- succumbed to. their injuries. There were another' two hundred .Wounded by the'lively rifle fire. Manila, Philippine Islands, Aug. 24. North Gerisan-Lloyd steamer Alice, which left here on August 14, for an destina- tion, has put in at Zamboanga. There is a :rumor that she has been damaged by a British cruiser, but this lacks confirmation. The steamer is believ- to carry1 a large amount of specie. BIG EMIGRATION DROP London, Aug. is a signi- ficant drop in figures from Great Britain, although they betrayed a falling tendency some time previous to the war. During July only British emigrants left here, against in July last year. GET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC An immense area of the most fertile land in Western Canada for sale at low prices, ranging' from fil to 330 per acre for non-irrigat- ed lands and !36 to :575 ner, 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 fi per cent. For full particulars apply to WILSON SKEITH, AGENTS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL" RESOURCES, Canadian Pacific Rsilway. LethbrWge, Alberta. Herald" PO roomed modern house in good .condition, -3 loors from car lino. 555 per month o good tenant. Apply Box 32 Her- ald. Ready now. _____ .Man-mil man (without Wren preferred) for farm and %oflt to June let, H A Spring Coulee HZ- 6 boarding school at Brocket, Al berta -tor further particulars write S W R Ilajai-B, "Alberta menwanted must lUtle cish money maker for right parly Apply at once No other Uian .liOstler'B need apply. Auto-, malic Hose Coupler Co.. 117 bhelloek Bldg_________ ana women to learn Trade Eight weeka required, positions or locations secured'as soon as competent; graduates make big money; catalogue and terms free. Holer Barber College, 604A Centre St., "Calgary. '202-0 school teacher holding qualified certificate for Alberta for Troy School District No. 2183. Salary per year; commence Sopt. 1st. A. Keslcr, Secy.-Treas., New Dayton, Alberta___________________ill- b young tuan' 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. Bje. Now Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours to 12; 2-5; by appointment, Phones, offlco 311; residence 598- PHYSICIAN] L. B. of Col- lege Physicians Surgeons, Al- berta. Suite 316-18, Sherlock Bldg. Pbbna 1414. general sery ant. Apply in evening, T Hill, 1102.7th.Are. SITUATIONS WANTED nursing. Good references given, terms reasonable. Mrs. M. A. Mason, Warner, Alberta. of any Hind by a steady married man; will do anything. 4liply-Wm. Clelland. 737 isth Street by experienced stenographer in the city. Would fill vacancies for a time during holidays. MISS ANNE PORTER will open a pri- -kindergarten for: a limited number ...of between the agti-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 of writs 1211 5th Ave. South on'ot before Sept. 1st. "WANTS Id barrel' gun, must be good make and in good condition, and cheap for cash. Particulars to Box 24, Herald office. ittl Balmoral Bloc! buy cattle. Parties having stock to sell, address letter to "Box 25, Medicine Hat News, stat- ing kind, price, number, and post of- flqe address.________ rent by experienced farmer, irrigated farm, all or part in iay Address A. Jensen, Altai" YANTED-r-To buy, good; secondhand range, must be in good condition and cheap. Apply J.'D. McLeod, 319 6th WANTED TO flve, six or seven room modern house..on south side. Reply to Box 40 Herald, giving jarticulars. gauge, gun Tn ex- change for high grade, watch. D. I Cue, Wright's Jewelry Store. the person who took a bV-6vm''hat and left a grey hat in its place please see- Mr. at Wesley Church.- mine" weight about 700 Its., tail bobbed; reward for return to Rock Springs Coal-and Brick Co.. Ltd., Taber, Alta. bay gelding, five years old, new scar lower part., right front le" branded M lazy H.on left hip. Not'ity J. H. Mitchell, Phone 1702. Reward. 520. the evening of the 21st, a gold cross near nth and Gth or 7th Ave. S. Finder win be rewarded if returned to Alexandra Hotel. BOARD AND ROOM FOR .a good room with all modern conveniences, steam heat, shower Dalhs. plunge, etc., apply Y. M. n. A. BOARD AND veniences; J5 per week. Apply 8J4 7th St. S ROOM AND 318 -Oth A A S. Mrs. M. A. Devine. 6 Miscellaneous for Sale FOR shop, two chairs, only shop on main street'of good live town. Terms easy by the week; snap if taken at once. Apply 'Box 25 Her- ahl ofuoe. room witn prl vate family in modem house. Apply to Box 100 Herald, stating terms. young man board am room with private family in modern house. Apply stating terms to Bor 23 WANTED TO moderr co'ttage or house on south side in first class condition, reasonable rent. Mo children. Owners only re ply. Box 34 Herald Office. 214- For Sale or Exchange WANTED TO es tate in various locations or oil stock in several different companies tor motorcycle (twin cylinder preferred, or small car, must be in perfect .con dltion. Write giving full particulars in first letter; a square deal assured Box 440 city. 'Hou 7-8 pm Office 814 Ttaitl Mone tin BloOtC S Avecue ,MJO 1089___ OR. C.1 c Sur Keen, Acooucher. Office at residence corner 5th Avenue South and Itn Street South Houn 18, 7 to 8.30. Phone PRIVATE HOSPITAL HOSPITAL Mre. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Matcrnlt- Home 704 Sixth South. Phone 748.________________ KINDERGARTEN WINDOW CLEANING LETHBRIDGE WINDOW AMD CAR- PET CLEANERS City Chimney Sweep. Furnaces cleaned. Phone orders 1035. THE NURSING MISSION Provides vi's.itiug nurses for mater- nity and-all medical and surgical cases texce'pt'.contagious and charges'according to the cir- cumstances of the :patient Poor patients cared free of charge. 'Graduate nurses tor private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply, to the Nursing Mia- Eton, 1414 7th Avenue South. Phone 1233'. (Miss) A. M. TllleyrSupervlsor. (Miss) M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) J. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse. MONUMENTS yoii are considering the purchas- ing of a monument, see us before you decide. Best stock, best de- signs and hest prices. Lethbridge Monumental Works 8th St. South. R. Need's, Manager. Jenttl Surgeon: Toronto, and bolder of Domlnloi DenUl Certificate Boom! 8 Block, phone 10.71 OR L T to D'ri Courtice and Oraduatj University of MaryTahd' Office honn Blk Phono llV Letlibrldge Alia ORS MARR6 AND to Dri Stewart and Mi, Clore Houri 9 to C Offlce Hij inhotham BlocK Phone 374 LIQUOR LICENSE ORDINANCE v venue Application For Renewal 01 Liquor Licenses meeting of the Board of License Commissioners will be held in the I. 0. 0; F. Hall, Lethbridge, on Sat- irdav, September 19th at, 10 o'clock i..m." to consider the following, appll cations: Jacob B. Reuler, for renewal of the wholesale liquor license granted hihl Cily. in respect to a store situate on loi cattle a good re thirteen Block seven Plan TRADL, lor cattle, a gopa re .osas.. Alta ...-.-jc-lng building opposite the post Offlce on Main street, Cororin- Northwood, Coronation. tion H. S. Alberta. tj PROPERTY'FOR'SALE TOR SA'IvE .prime steers .-and FOR Snap, two good lots on Stli St. S., in Alexandra AddKion.'one from sewer, water and light; price for the pair: good terms be- arranged. Lethbridge, Alta William Sadowski, for renewal o: the wholesale liquor license granted him in respect to a store situate on Lot Sixteen Block seven Plan "Letlrbridgo Lethbridge. Alta. Dated at Edmonton this 21st day of Steamsliip. liclet Office SAFETY .SPEED SPLENDOR Canadian Pacific Royal Mail Steamers Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers. French Line to Havre; White Star York .and Canad- ian service. Cunard Line, New York and Canad- ian service. Canadian Northern Royal- Mall Steamers, Donaldson Line to Glasgow. Anchor Line to'Olss'goW.' North German Lloyd.' Hamburg American and all other Lines. Largest and Fastest Steamers; cheapest fares; "direct sailing..-. Ant- werp and Hamburg connections, Czer- monltz, Krakan an'd all other 'Contin. cntal points. Buy your tickets whero you get your train. s. B. MITCHELL; C. P. R. Ticket Agent, heifers '1-3 fresh-, and springers, IraU awe-due. April, ar.d May. ston, Taiier, Alta. Sec. 17r9J5.. glajj 6nb iron, one meat grinder and a large .quantity, of fruit jars. Apply Mrs. O. A. D'elany, ald office. of cottage o coa sewing machine, dining table chairs, stove, double bed and cot, rockers, healer, double bed. anil cot rockers, carpets, linoleum. Cot- take also for sale or to rent. .Apply only 1018 12th St. S. Phone 1418. 315-C 7QH owner, choice half 10-miles N.E. Stirling, Wj miles north Judson Siding; all 'eiiced and level; 100 acres ploughed. Will sell at sacrifice. Send me an offer. J. Daniel Stuwe, 1436 W St., Washington, D. C._____ only iuia iiui pi. i FOR 513.50; timothy- Alfalfa mixture 514; Timothy. fo.b.-Lethbridge. Every, bale suar, anteed by the growers through their own salca, office. Farm Products Ltd. W J Lloyd, Manager. Phone 1017; Residence Phone'365. FOR and saddle, sooil driving mare, buggy and. .harness; .1 young mare ana 1 cow. W. Adama, Coalhurst, south of mine: FOR eager for tne greatest selling book of.' "Modern Eliroper Causes and Issues of The Grc-at- War." Thrilling illus- trations. Low price. Best terms. -Ex- traordinary money making, opportun- ity. 'Splendid sample Win- ston Co.. Limited, Apply Box 35 Her- C NOTICE The town of Coleman will' pay a salary of one hundred dollars a month to a man who can nil the positions of Constable. Secretary-Treasurer and Firs Chief. Apply with references up to Aug. 31st. Address W. L. Ouimette, mayor. August, 1014. JOHN D. HUNT, Deputy Attorney General PRAYING 01 All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Freight 1163 4i3 1M4 offiei CHIc. t I (I Stablu I DR E G mem Ber of Boval College of Surijeonj (Eng Licentiate Royal Collcso o Physicians (London) LDS 1900 Hours 912; 15. Offlce FOB Oltlce VIAVI LETHBRIDGE VIAVI COMPANY-, (1 he Natural System' of- Treatmen for Nervousness etc) Number 1 Hull Blk Hours 4 to 6 p in dally 1 to 4 Saturday or by appointmen "las E S Cook SURVEYING J. f. HAMILTON; B.A.8c.-Dbmmio! and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrlgi won Hydraulic Engineer. :n6om B and 6, Whitney Black. P. 6. BoX Phone 1042. DUFF 4 (Wm, M El wards. Dominion "and" A Jeria Land Surveyor: Donald-i Buff, p'rlB! Ing, civil englneerlnE and land veying. .Suite MS Sherlock Bldg Lethbridge. Aita. AUCTIONEER W. L. arid Oil Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of a kinds conducted on terms. Live stock saM1 a specialty. Offlce at the 'Wilso' ifurnlture Co., 404 13th1 St Ndrtf Phone 1023. Residence'Phone' 68 Downtown office at the Lethbrldg Weyourn Realty Co.. Phni-p'1173: PIANO TUITION PUPIL'S FOR Kaj 1401 7th Avenue North. PIANO TUNING O. H. CHIRPS, EXPERT TUNER- Flayer-Piano and. Organ repaire; .20. years factory oiirfl Certificate MT. Assn. Londci Referehce to the leadij muslclanB of the city. Phone IIS 1253 6th Ave A South. UNDERTAKING T. S. Funei Director and also age for the Somervllle Marble Granl Works, of Calgary. Office' Court. House. .Phone 661.. RGI dence 284 7th Ave.-S. Open and night Y. .Director at'.'.' Imbalmer. 4li Gth Street' Soul1' 8. Y. Emb: Phonn 1802. night or day. PRIVATE SCHOOL KINO EDWARD'S broolr, B. C. Headmistress, Jliss M. Cherrington. Boarding Bch< for girls and young boys. Bracl mountain climate. Full High Sch< curriculum. Shorthand, Stenograp and Bookkeeping. Write for pn pectus. .'..138- WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES-' Wholesale and 'retail. All varietii' il ot hay: timothy, allalfa, blue Jolt mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay ar, Mixed carloads a speclalt Storage for household goods, cellar for rent; :Hydo SaunSsrs, corner 2nd Ave. and 12ii. St S. P. O. Box 1.127. Phone MONEY TO LOAN MONET TO well Impro'11 ed farm lands. Alberta Loan vestment Co., Alberta-Loan BuHdiws 5lh Strent South. -ACCOUNTANT W. D. of the'. Btltute of Chartered England .and -Wales, and tute of Chartered Alberta. Acadia Bldg.. THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., LTD., KOR 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.) Smith.Premkr (The machine with a key for each character.) Remington-Junior (Has a market and field of its own.) THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON DURABILITY. Everything In Typewriter Supplies. A. J. PASSMORE, Building, Lothpridge, Alberta. W. A. HENDERSON Chartered f< Winnipeg Lethbrldse Medicine Accountancy In all Its brahche) Audit, 'Ad- -visory, 'and Trust Work, y Acadia Building, Lethbridgs Resident R. J, RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot.) Transfer Phone 1 386 ana Prompt ;