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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO TUB LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1914 EMS INSTALLED SAFETY LODGB YOUB Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes FOS FimT-STEB JUToViMXTIOS V TO Lethbridge Branch R. T, Brymner, Igr, DELIA MESA FROM viouslr recorded, excepting the tlirics- electwl Benedict IX.t there have been heavy fortified positions. The Rus- sians captured 150' gllns, and .the Auo- trlans ara'sald to have suffered enor- mCfUS Josaaa. lii thio uottle tnTSc 'u! army corps and part? of two otlwra wans engaged. AVmiurs have puroucu ClisriT aeroplane over Paris. There was an exchange shots Jn the ,alr, German succeeded !ii" getting ''away, Ruealn admits n serious defeat In cast Prussia, nt the nsnds of the Gc: mans. In. this battle two Russian army corps were, badly up; and three generals and a jiumben-of staff officers were killed. The governor and othflr German of- flclsls of Samoa have been made pris- oners by British and sent to the Fiji Islands, altogether 105 Popes TTJJO were Japan 'has -landed 'thousands' of TheHeraldWantad. v 100 Italian oUier than Roman, and f2 trans-Alpine1 or transmarine. The full membership of the Sacred College at present, in the order of is as fafiao; grand pens- Delia......... --JJ Itentiary, Anthony Agliardi, Twenty of the present cardinals are j chancellor, Italy; Vincent' Vannutelli, 'troja -flye of the warring nations of ShitopX Austria-Hungary having six two, as against'a total of'twelvfc, which 'might be satd_tQ r.e- present the "allies" European While the world has been led to ex- pect that -the traditions of the Rom1 fea Catholic Church Trill bs maintained elevation of an Italian and not a foreigner to the Papacy, the fact has been, generally overlooked that a large number of tha present Italian, princes of the Church, from among vrhom tha Pope "was chosen, might lay claim to beiny cosmopolitan. Cardinal Seraflno Yaunutelli, dean Sacred College, spent almost a quarter of a century In Mexico, Mun- central and south America, Bel- :gium and. "Vienna, his brother, Card- Vincent Vannutelli, passed over .twfcnty years in Holland, Belgium, Constantinople and Lisbon; Cardinal iAgiiari spent three years in India and "foujjr in Vienna; Cardinal di Fietro was lor-.ten years in the Argentine, Brazil.; aiuidch, Madrid; Cardinal Gotti lirtd three years in. Brazil; Cardinal Ferrata has filled diplomatic offices in Siritzerland. Belgium and Prance; Cardinal Marttnelli was second Apps-1 toilet delegate to tho United States; j Cardinal Falcoaio was the third, and I became a naturalized American citi-1 "edict. Lorenzelli; Italy; Peter Maffl, and Cardinals Rinaldini, Loren- archbishop of Pisa, Italy; Desidertus IS HAD HE OF LIVES Fifth Avenue, South, echoed with the shouts of merry boyhood last nignt. when nearly half a hundred Herald newsboys assembled to par- take of the hospitality llaypr and prefect- of the-'Apostolic signature, Italy; Francis de Paula Cassetta, pre- fect of" tie congregation studies, of.the congregation .io-V -the Italy; Joseph Sebastian Netto, resigned pat- riarch of Lisbon .Portugal; James Gibbons, archbishop of Baltimore, Un- ited di Pietro, datary oi; Pius Michael Logue, arch- bishop of Armagh, Ireland; Claudius Vaszary, former archbishop-of Gran, Hungary; Andrew archbishop of Milan, Italy; Jerome Mary Gotti, of the propaganda, Italy; Dom- inic Ferraia, secretary of the congre- gation of the Holy Of-tice, Italy; Jos- eph Prlsco, achblshop of Naples, Italy; JosepTi Martin de Herrera, archbishop of Compostella, Spain; Joseph Frari- cica-N'ava dl Bontife, archbishop of Catania, Italy; Augustln Richelmy, archbishop of Turin, Italy; Sebastian iartineilL prefect of the congregation of Leo de Skrebnsky, archbishop of Prague, Austria; Julius tites of healthy boys, and the Boschi, archbishop of Ferrara, Italy; 'nroads were successfully met. troops at the Chinese port of Lunq Kcvv, 100 miles north of Tsing-Tau, and the German legation at Pekln has pro- tested to the Chinese Ice against thit, alleged infringement of China's neutrality ajflald who will wall" reccm- wfco wlii fit Into and provo eplendlclpcervant, th'e, -SITUATIONS VACANT with Moyolo'to 'dollv cr.'.lha'Herald >to tho iiiist'; olllc.b n HardiovlllO: ovory evening. Apiily a 4 o'clock to-'Mr. ,Cooq. ArANTHD-T-Competent Borvant'iit 42! 13'nj St.'South._______: 2SO-H it 1 to do genera) house woWv ou'farin 8 miles from town'. Ap _____i. C.-Crosby, Phonu R 102. 32fr3 WAT good men wanted; must have little cash; uionoy mnkei for right party. Apply nt once. No other than hustlers need Auto- matic Hose Coupler Co.; Room Bldg. and women to Barber Trade.., EJight, w.eeits, renulred; josltlbns or locations'secured iis soon is compoteut; graduates niaKe big money; catalogue and terms free. Meier Barber.: 604A Centre V.. 202-H) TO RENT (Copyright, 19H. by De Forcit'PorterJ nursinR., (3ood references given, ..terras reasonable. Mrs. M. A. Mason. Warner, Alberta. 211-16 as housekeeper to bachelor or widower by young wid- ow, good cook; have 'one boy aged Mrs. Hardie. The [east was set for -Apply itjfcs 1st Ave. N. Ap- to the Iront half an hour The verandah was filled with small tables and chairs, ami at S.30 the apportioning.of -the commisariat was in .full swing, and it was no small BOARD AND KOOil BOARD AND private home, modern conveniences. Apply i ji_ i TT tlOUie, UIUUciu uuuvuuitfiiues, -ijjiMjr task to kwp the supply, going. How- 543 15th gt N corncr Gth Aye 219_6 ever, the host and .hostess had mlly anticipated the lesgth of the appe- FOR a good room with ail big The Bacllieri, bishop of Ver- ona, Italy; Raphael Merry del Val, Spain; Poachlm Arcoverde de Cavalcanti, archibshop of.Rip Janiero, Brazil; Ar- boys were given a splendid spread, in addition to the 'substantial. There was a variety pliancy cakes, and ice cream galore. was such a pleatitiide of good things, stifles" CaTallari; patriarch of Venice, th.afc what was not .-atored awar in- calli, Gasparri, Vico, BeUnonte and Serafinl- all iiad years of esperience outside JL The onlv carnmals in. curia, that-is, attached directly to the toead of the Church in Kome who nave not" spsut part of their lives abroad are Cardinals De Lai, Cassetta, Delia .Volpe, Cagiano, Bisletii PompUi, Gins tiai, Lega and .Teccbl, all 'Of haye passed their lives in various of- iicaa in the Roman curia, With aU 66'members the college present at the conclave, it. would "re-1 quire 44 votes to elect.- The .rule is that an election dees not take place ;until the candidate has received two- tMrda of all the votes cast. With the Italians holding the majority, and .will .Boiae of the foreign delegates absent probably, it is generally supposed that ?ihe: conclave -wiH. not .seriously con- sider a foreign 'Pope at this time. The Fontitt'to 257th in the MstoiT of the-ChTirci, end it Is interesting to note that of those pre- THE GilABM Enhanced By Perfect Physi- cal Keaitb. Aristides Rinaldini, Italy; Bea-! was by th. youngsters to -be .made -user It was not till past ten that the small crowd dispersed with ringing cheers for the host and hostess. archbishop of Salines, Bel- Lualdi, arcnhishop o! I Peter Pasnam titular bishop of Cesarea di Palestine, 'Lonis Henry Liicon, archbishop of Rbeiins. Prance: Paulinus Peter Att- tlrleu, archbishop of Bordeaux, France Joseph TIarv Cosv Macho archbishop of Valladolid, Spam; Diomede Fal- conio, former Apostolic delegate to U. Italy; Anthopy; Vicp, titular bishop- of Philippi, Italy; Gennaro Graniti di Belmonte, titular arcnbishop of Eid- essa, Italy.; John II. Farlpy, archbish- op of Nejr York, -Uaited States; Eran- cia Bourne, archbishop of "Westmin- ster, England; Francis Bauer, arch- trishop of Olmutz, Austria; Leo Adolpb Amette, archbishop .of Paris, France; William Henry, O'Coanell, of Boston, United Stttes; arcbbishop Henry Am intone to most women and marges di3- bnetly an epoch in their lives Not woman in a hundred is prepared or tm derstsada how to properly care fo" her- self Of course nearly every woman nowmdiysbas medical treatment at such tunes, but approach the expen- enca with an organism unfitted for tha trial of strength, and when K 13 over her system has received a shock front which it is hard to recover. Following right upon this comes the nervous B train of caring for the child, and c distinct change IB tha mcifcer There is nothmg more charming than ahappysnd healthy mother of children, and indeed child birth under the right conditions need be no hazard to health or beauty tmexplainable thing 13 thst, with all the evidence of shattered and brokon health resulting from unprepared condition, and with am- ple time in whica to prepare, women will persist in going1 blimily to the trial. Every woman at this tame should rely upon Lydia Fmkhun'a Vegetabla Compoond, most valuable tome and fevigaratcff of the female organicru raspy homes there now children be- of the fact table CvnipoQnd makos women normal, And If 7M WMt tftthl ndrlw write to Your letter will fey a ttriei 0raT arazy Santos, archbishop oE Seviglia Soain; Fraiicls Virgilus Dubillard, archbishop of. Chambery, France: Prancis Roverie de Cabrlere; ilshop Jnbhtpelier, France; Charles de NornijT, of Vesprero, Hun- ;ary; Francis Delia Volpe, prefect oE the.congregation" of the Index, Italy OtUvius Gagiano de prelect of the congregation of Religious Italy Cajetan Bisleti grand of the or der of John Baptist Lu- ;ari, Italy; Basilhis Pompili. vicar-gen- eral of PIUS X. L.uii Billot France; William Van Rossum, Hol- land Anthonv Blendes Bello patri aire Begin archbishop of Quebec La nada; .Vittorio Quisasolay Hendez, archbishop of Toledo, .Spain; Domenie Serafiai, archbishp of Seleucia, aeaes sor of the congregation, of tha Holy. Office, Italy; Giacomp Delia Chiesd, archbishop -of Italy; John Czeraooh, archbishop of Strigonia, Hungary; Kector Ireriee Sevin, arch- bisocp of Ijtyons, France; Franz von Bettinge chbishop of Munich pjid FreisiES'. Felix von Hart- mahn, archbishop of .Ger- many; Gustav P.iffl, archbishop .of Vi- enna, Austria; 'Filippo Giuslinl, secre- tary, of the congregation of the.Sacra raents, MIchele Lega, dean of the Roman Rota Italy Scipi one Tecchi, assessor of the consist- orial congregation, Italy; Aldan Gas ottetj president'jjot -the English Bene- dictine congregation, England. Of tha composing the prtiP sent college, forty-six, or more than two-thirds, were.the creation of Pius! the remaining'twenty receiv ioilofa at the bands of Leo RIOT STEAMER NewYori, N.Y., Sept. riot oa- the .German eteamer Bluecher, at' ancbGi- In the harbor of Brazlljn which three of the Bluecher's of her 800 etearage pas- BengerB aboard MHed T7as de- icrlbea today'by passengers aboard the Brazilian steamer San Pau'io, upon ner arrlvaljhore from Brailliin portt, whence sailed at commence- ment ot t heEuropcM war. AU around tlis city looking a house or room.Head ihe "Rental1 columns on this page. It will taKe you a few minute io lool- over flns list and chuck (he locations --which appeal to you. When you are -through you know aliout eueiythmg that ti for rent in the then all you hat e to do is to male your decision and move. modern conveniences, steam iieat, shower iiaths. p'raiige. etc., apply V. M. O. A. BOARD AND Modem con- veniences; 7th St S S3 per vfeek. Apply 834 TO room In prl- rate--home, suitable for one or two ladies. Apply 1205 Uth Ave. South. Phone 1722. 10 Sth bt S-, 7 rooms, fully Tine location Apply Heurv Oliver -Phone or -cali at flti b'th St 3_________________220-6 .TO small comfortable houses SiO and monti fuinishcd The Doivslej Mulhern Land Co Rojal 6 TO modern; seven' room house, full alee basement, Al cohdi- 1...C25 7th St: S. Phone A. 1475. TO promises on Third Avenue South now occupied by "The Valet." Available Sept. 1st. Apply A. -'B.- Stan'orJ, Stafford Block. TO seven roomed mod- ern houses, good location, 803-and 1 Ave. S., per month each. Block, Professional Cards "W MBD DR. 8. GALDlXlf Surgeon, AccouyUer. flours p.m. Odlce 814 Third Auanua Phono 1268. _ 305 'Sliorlock B1.MK Kesldbnce 126G Avenue. OUlon hours U-12; OHVjs pUone 31U; Koaidence 1090. DR. Sur geou, Aecouchpr. Office at residence corner Ctb ATiihue Soutt'aua1 7lK Street Strath. Hours: 1-3; to, S.80. Phone 1206...... Oft. Eye. Noso' and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hours to 12; 2-6; evenings by npjiptufdjcnt. Phones, 341; residence BM. (PTLOJH'TPIC PHASICIANl on. L.- if Col' loge PLvsicijns and Surgeom A' bertfi Suite SIS IS Sherlock Bldg. PRIVATE HOSPITAL RIVATE .Mrs: Van Er'yato Hospital and MMeriiltri Home. 704 Sixth: Solijh 74B _______ KINDERGARTEN V. Gibbons Co., Balmoral Phoae 1191. i'U airy room ill prl- I'ato 'house in 'best part ot city, board If desired; ail modern conveniences. Write Box -13 Herald. TO Three houses. 333 and 329 loth Si. K., 5 rooms 329, 512.00 per month; 415 llth St. S. Apply Mrs. Burgess, 423 llth St. S. 6 TO modern, up-to- date, centrally located, 515 per month Ring 543, C. immediate possession. 3. Pagnuelo Co. TO .room semi modern cottase. No. 02S 12th Street. 516 per month. Apply N. B. Peat Co., Room 6, Macdonald Blk. TO room fully modern cot- age on street car line, close in. En- quire 134 Kith St. N. Phone 334 or -S 362. I Business Opportunities rOR equipped Meat in Growls -Nest district, price md terms reasonable. Address Box 13. Herald. LOIS FOP. SALE TO to 4SO acres in one block good irrigated land in Coal-, dale district on very liberal terms. Apply Box 17 Herald. TO roomed moSiirn house with gas, in good condition, 3 uoors from car linu. per month to tenant. Apnly Box 32 Her- aid. i FOR how occupied by Western1 Tlnsmitlilng Co., firs: door north of Herald. Heady now. Apply at Herald office. WANTED TO.. good farms en crop payment plan. Require be fenced and at least thirty acres bnweu per nua-ter TO modern house, all Gne full particulars n first letter a- 11 siiit5a_ and papered since last occu- fto location amount broken etc and jtate lovest price Must 1 e full pan tu'Jtd at onee Will deal vith o-ners 'only Box 1040 Medicine Hat, Alberta. rtlSS ANNE PORTER will open a pri- vate kindergarten for 'ft limited number of ..children, between the ages ol- four and six years. A Kin- dergarten' Musical Course will be and Intermediate also be ac- Call 1211.5th Ave. South" on or 1st. DENTAL 1 DR. M. J. or Koyal Collego'of Dental Surgeoni Toronto, and holder of a Sato! Derital CertlDcato. OfflostHoom" t.ond. C. Bryan Bhone 1071. DR. L. T. to DrT Courtico und Graduate University of Maryland, Offlco noun 'Letlibrldge Alta, DBS. MARRS AND -.eucccBsors to Drs. Stewart and ;Clure. .Hours: 9 to 'Office, 'fllg- JnhothQm -Block. Phone fi74i' DR. E. G. SlMMONDS-Dcatlst, mem- :Ber of Royal College ot SurBeona, Woeot'ito Royal -College pf Physicians (London) L.P.S. 1900 Hoaru: 9-1 JT 1.5 o'mre- eg Post COMPANY (The i Nitural System of Treatmen SSii eto) Numhor I to ;t 15 G p m. daily. 10 or by appointment iook. ie7_o oerta Land Surveyor; Irriga- tion Hydraulic Engineer RooS J and 6. AVhltney Block, P, 0. Bos Phnnp FF- -4 EDW A Wm. M KrT wardi. Dominion: aad Al- Donald A, puff, blue print- ing, civil engineering und mail Suite 20E -Bheriock'Uld" FOR brass bed, Oster- moor table, wardrobe. sanitary couchj window mahogany chif- fonier, dresser, 'oil. wicker kitchen' utensils and shelves, etc. Suite 2J-. Bryan Block. FOR tomatoes delivered to any part of the city. 90c per case. Frache Bros., 'Phone 1003, Henderson Park.; .'J FOR acres .of green .teeC about 30 acresi first'class feed, barley and wheat, halt east eight mile lake. Make me an offer. Apply 1212 lii'u PIANO TO oRHNT given rtp reliable parly. Phone 1162. Call ft4.aJth St. aqjitli, FOR 0 imed -'modern" residence, "full-icement Demerit (gas lot' 'Ayg-iclose to "r 6th jv -p. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS i pay cash for second hand Ford car in good running Hon. State lov.'est'figure to Box 8, TO Fully modern S roomed pied. Large garden plot corner 7th we. and 12th St. See owner, D. H. Elton. Pb'jns 490 or 1523. TO 1219 5th Ave. A, six rooms and bath, fully modern bri-ck Building with trees and Btaole. f30 J" month or win consider trade for Calgary property. 'Apply N. B. Peat Co. Room 10, Macdonald Blk. Phone 670. Herald. HAY many cattle or sheep'can you feed on your farm i this winter? We will arrange and buy J oar haj ir v- th privilege ot feeding, it on your land if you have supply of water. Farm Products TLtd W. 3. Lloyd, Mgr.'. Phones 365 and 1017 SAFE SPUENBOR Canadian Pacific Royal. Mdil Steamen Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers. French Lino to Havre. wwir- star. New York and Canad- ian service. Cunard Line, New York and Canad- ian Eflrvice Canadian Northern Royal Mai] Donaldson Line to Glasgow ;hor Lhie Is Glasgow. you live partner or to buy or sell a busfusss. write at once giving full particulars, Box 473 Calgary estate to buy, sell or trade farm 'an'" c ty property Write at once giving full particulars Box 47'J-Calgary News-Telegram.'223-6 C othe? Hamburg American and Lines. Largest and Fastest .Steamers; cheapcet fare3 direct sailing p ana Kambu g connections Czer monitz. Krakan and all other "Contin- .acal points. Buy your tickets where you get. S B MITCHELL, C. P. R. Ticket Letlibudge. voua FROM (SANADIAf) PACIFIC An immense afea" of the most land in WeBteni'Cfcnada for- sale at low prices ranging from to ?30 per" aor for noi irrlgat QA landf 47b jier acre for Srrira'efl one twentieth djTji. iiianoe In 19 an nual v loan, for (arm devoiopnieat f2.000 re paWWo In SO. Jpars Inferest at onlv 6 p-5! cent c Pwr full jiartlciiiaro appl" to WILSON a. 3KCITH, OF' 'NATURAL RESOURCES, i. Uf Canadian Pacile Railway Albirta. gelding nine years old weight about 1500, no cut one grey, mare about .four years old, weight 1200, .branded-.10L on right hip. Notify 'Alfred Olson, Lost Lal-e Alberta Englisl> se4er pup -white with eT T n Barclay 1916 Sth Me Phone o3o and re ceue eward signet ring Initialled R.G. llrder return to Herald office 224 Ox black horse, .weight between 1200 and. branded LP monogram on hip; also'jbrowri horse, about- 1200, branded. inverted beside U. .Finder-return'to A.-Me- Cullough ijethbridgB of keys. -Reward-Tor return to Fetterly .Undertaking.-Par- iilonda> afternoon a par eel Let Cfo Finder jipase io Express office and get regard storey and half bouse, pleasantly sit- uated, facing south on 7th Ave. 3. Apply to-Arthur Hayr, Hayr Hard- ware Co. TO cottage. Apply 621 llth St. S. TO roomed house, 12C2 6th Ave. A S., all mo'dorn convenien- ces at per month. Apply Stand- ard Securities Co., 115 Sherlock -Blk. Phone 1291. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting 'nui'ses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the.patient. Poor patients cared lor tree of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to tho Nursing Mis- eioh 1414 7th Avenue South. Phone 1233. A. M. TIlley.'GupervlBer. (Miss) M, A. MacKay, Grad, (Miss) J. Mackenzie, Grad. Nurse. Martin's Baggiyje Phone and PhlNCB WltLlAM Durrazzo, ,'illwnia, W. A. HENDERSON. COY. Chartered Accountant! Winnipeg Lethbridge: Medicine Hal Accountancy in all Its branches Audit, Secretarial, Art- vispry, Systematizing, and Trust Inves- tigations. Liquidations. Resident R j PATMRfiON, Chartered Accountant _ roomed hack, barn, houses, wired runs, selling "cfie'ap. "White Wyan- dotte hens and good laying crosses, Peerless brooder very' cheap. B. W. Cairns, River Bottom, near the bridge. IVOR eager for the greatest selling book of generation. "Modern Europe: 'Causes and Issues ol The 'Great TbrHHng illus- trations. Low price. BgRt terms. Ex- traordinary money matting opportun- ity. Splendid sample book free. Win- ston Co., Limited, .Toronto. V. md CUT Uctmet iuclionoer. Silo, Of til klnfla conducted; qn naunable term. Live stock' aid farm a aperfoity. Offlce at the Wilson Co., 13th St. North. Phona 1028. nesidence Phone C85. rpwntowB ofll'ji; at the LctlitrlUse- Weybum Really nn.. Pho-p 11-70 PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. MRS. W. H. of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Pupils prepared for Royal Academy and College of Music, London, Eug.. or Toronto Conservatory exams, if de- sired. Studio 1226 5th Avenue A, South, Letlibridgei lyiR. H. WoG. .YOU.NG-TJTeitcher ol. voice and piano, and supervisor 'of' r-iusio- ii: clty'ochools, will' resume' teaching 1st Koom 1, Conser- vatory Bldg. Residence Y.'sr; C. A." Tervrshlng hours 4-iJG to 8 plm., and. Saturdays. 21 PROPERTY--FOB SALE FOR .and lots 50, 61 and 52 on 19th: St. and sew- er. Price ?1S50. Terms.. II. P. John- ston Co., Alberta Block. FOH house on one lot; cost ?1200 for ?900, terms 2 years. 'Apply K S. Nobbs, 920 9th St. S, FOR a fully modem double brick., house. rooms In each house) 'situated pji corner.facing car Hue; no "cash required, purchaser to make small .'monthly-payments. Ap- ply 'C.' B. BpwrAan Agency. FOR owner; choice halt section 22-7-18, 10 miles N.K. Stirling, miles north Judson Siding; all fenced and level; 100 acres ploughed. Will sell .at sacrifice. .Send-me an offer. Stuwe, I486 W St. Washlngton, B. C. For Sale or Exchange HUGH C. C.. SALMON Artlctio Pianoforte Playing .and Theory In tho examinations of the Royal'Academy .and Royal Col- lege of Music, London, Eng., re- esntlj- .joaducted in Canada, one of Mr. Salmon'B pupils won the Intermediate Gold-Medal (open to the Dominion) and sixty-six -per cent, of these i entered, pacs- ed with honors. Advanced Puplli Studio and Beginners. 414 13th. St. S. PIANO TUNING a. H. CRippa, EXPERT" Player-Piano and Organ repairer; 20 years iactory experience. Hon ours Certificate ABsn.: England.. to tSo leading mnsiciana of the city. Phone 1158 1253 6th Ave A South UNDERTAKING FOB trade -half section raw land for cattle or hogs. Apply. Box Herald. Qi All Kinds Western Transfer Co. -Limited P. n. FrtljM OHIca I I >l lUblli t 432 1N4 William of Wied'ojrit, dora tuii taking for IVenlcn, on tbo L TYPEWRITER FOR SERVICE find the stenographer that suits We find the po Jtion that iufta the stenographer. Adding and Subtracting Typewriter (The complete machine.) 'Remington No. H. (Its convenience and simplicity U wonderful.) .Remington No. 10. (has the only Column Selector.) for Its light shift and light touch.) Sh It i Premier with a key for each Rf a market and field of its own.) THEY ALL HAVE THE REMINGTON DISABILITY. Everything in Typewriter'Supplies, A J. PASSMORC, Bulldlitfl, Albtrtn. T.- S. Funeral Director and Embalmer; 'also agent for tho Somervillo Marble Granite Works, of Calgary. Offlce oppoalto Court House. Phone 661 Resi- dence 284 7th Phone 1176. Open day and night S. Y. Director snfl' Embalmer. 411 Sth Street South, Phone 180S. nllht or day.-' WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail. All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, rained bay, upland hay, oat hay and draw. Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for household goods, etc., cellar iptce for rent 'Hyde and .Saunters, jcorner 2nd Ave.'and 12th' St S. P. 6. Bojt 1127. Phonell844. ACCOUNTANT I. D. of Inslt 'stltnte of Chartered Aooountants ol England and Wales, and of the In- fute of Chartered Accountants In A'vErta Aradla Bldg.. Letblirldse. FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, dressed and cleaned.. Work'guaranteed. Pleass let us hare order: as soon as pos; slble. David Scott, Bentley Com- pany DRESSMAKING Satisfaction guaranteed. Prices right. Mrs. E. J, Pinnell. Room 41, Dominion Blig. ;