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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER (From a London, Eng., Paper) 'jCccounts 'of the burning alive at an old'man, the raping of young girls and wonien, the burning of farms and vil- lages, and the .battering in of the skulls of a number of peasants, by German -invaders, arc contained in an official .report of tho Committee ap- pointed to investigate the atrocities, and 'circulated hy the British Press Bureau. The Belgian committee of in- vestigation comprised the highest judicial and university authorities ot Belgium, such as Chief Justice Van Iseghem. Judge Nys, and Professors Cottier and Woden. j wlso to any individual or The-following instances and partic- j individuals any exclusive or peculiar or privileges whatever, or. for .Assembly of the of Al- Tbcrta FROM.-.THE. RULES RE- BILLS; 152. All applications ror Private Bills properly the -subject of legisla- tion by the JJKlslatlve Assembly ot Alberta, within the purview, of "The BritcU North America Act, 1S67, whether for llie erection ot a bridge, railroad, tramway, r telephone tho making (it a railroad, turnpike, ronij. telegraph, 01 line, the construction or improvement of a hnrbour.f canal, lock, dam, slide, or other like -work; the granting of a right of ferry; the incorporation of any particular trade, or calling, or of any joint stock company, or other- ulars have been established by, rare-1 ful Investigations, based in each case on the evidence of reliable eyewit- nesses: German cavalry occupying tho vil- lacdlof Linsmeau were attacked by some Belgian infantry and two gend- armes. A German officer was killed hy oar troops during tile fighting, and subsequently burled at the request of the Belgian officer in command. None of the civilian population tooS part in the fighting at Linsmeau. Nev- ertheless the village -was invaded at dusk on August 10 by a strong force of. German cavalry, artillery and ma- chine guns. In spite of the formal as- surances given by the Burgomaster of Hnsmeau that none of the peasants had taken part in the previous fight- ing, two {arms and sii out-lying houses ivere destroyed hy gun-fire and burnt. All the male inhabitants were then compelled to come forward and hand over whatever arms they possessed. KB recently discharged firearms vrere found. Nevertheless the invaders di- doing any matter or thing which in City of Lethbridge NOTICE is fefeir giv- en that tho, City Lflt bridge will apply to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of at tho session there- Its operation nvould affect the rights of property of other parties, or relate to any particular class of the com- munity, or for making any amendment of a like nature to any former Act. shall require a notice, clearly and dis- tinctly specifying the nature and ob- ject of the and where the application refers to any proposed work, indicating generally tho loca per annum .to, one per.feat, per nioatli. of to amend -the- 'Leth- bridge Charter. 1 Bv changing the mode of assess- ment from the actual land value o the price which a willing buyer would >av to willing seller at the tirno hen the greatest deM was Incurred bv improvements within City, al: w'r.vs- Hiving d'ua ..consideration Jo .m- creaso'in veluqs from centro.qt-.trout. .increasing the .peSnljy. -for ago to corner. y noil-payment of taxes after the end of the current from five per centum vlfled these peasants into three groups. Those in ono group were hound, and eleven of them placed in a, ditch, where" they were afterwards Jonnd dead, -their skiilis fractured by the ijntts of German rules. During tie night of August 10. the --German cavalry entered Velni in great nnmbers. The inhabitants were asleep. The Germans, provocation, fired on M. DegUmme's house, broke into it, destroyed furniture, looted mofiey harnt bams, hay and corn stacks, ftrm implements, sis oxea'aud tiia contents of the farmyard. They carried off Madame Deglimme half- naked to. a-.place two miles then let go.-arid.was fired upon as she fled, without he'ing hit Her''bus- hand was carried away, in another di- rection and fired-upon. He. is flying. The same troops sacked house of a railway .Farmer Jet Dierick, of Neerhenp'em; hears witness to the following acts of cruelty committed -by German cavalry at Orsmael and Neeshenpem: on Aug- ust 10, 11 and 12. An old man of the latter village had Ms arm sliceld In three longitudinal cuts; he was then hung bead dowmvards and burned alive. Yonug girls have heen raped, little children outraged at SOrs- mael, where several inhabitants- suf- fered mutilations too horrible to de- scribe. A Belgian, soldier belonging to a battalion of cyclist carabimers, who had been -wounded and made prisoner, was hanged; whilst another, who..-was tending his comrade, was bound 'to a telegraph pole on the same Troni road and shot. .On Wedossiay, August 12, after an engagement at rfaeieh, Commandant Van Damme, so seriously that he was lying prone on his oaci, was foullv muraered uyGcr- mta cavalrymen, firing their revolvers Info his mouth. Commandant Georges Gilson stated: "When, covering the ;retreat of our troops in front of Aerschot, I saw on the high road between the German and Belgian forces, which were lighting at cfbsa ranee, .a group of four women, with habieb m their arms, and two lit- tle girls clinging to their skirts Our men stopped firing until the women got through our lines, hut the German, tion oE the work, and signed by or on behalf of applicants, such notice to be published, during two months, between the close of the next preced- ing Session and the time of the con-, sideration of the petition, in four is- sues of Gazette, and of one other newspaper, published in English; and" within two weeks from the first appearance of such notice in The Alberta Gazette tw-o copies of the said Bill, .with a receipt from the Provincial Treasurer for the sum of one hundred dollars, if the said Bill does not exceed ten pages, and ten dollars additional for each page over that .number, and for the purposes of this Rule 450. words shall be held to constitute' a 'page, and also in the case of a Bill incorporating a com- pany, a receipt from the Registrar of Joint Stocfe Companies for such sum as would be payable by the applicant or applicants ;for the incorporation of a company a similar capitaliza- j :ion to Capitalization of the comnany sought to be incorporated by such shall be placed bj the applicant in the hands of the Clerk of the House, whose duty it shall be to get the saidl Bill .printed forthwith. Copies of thd newspapers containing the first last insertion of sucl notice shall bja sent -by the parties in setting, suchiinotice.. to the Clerk of tp be filed amongst the -vm.. Ji n-----, boy says: I nrn tho over ready, 'Want tip hejp you' In' meeting today's needs of business and the) household. To allow the City five" per cent, of the amount of school taxes for levy- ing and collecting iho same. 4. By Increasing, the-percentage of the voters requireci upon a petition for a recall of the City Commissioners from fifteen per cent, of the total vote cast at the last final election to tiftesn uer cent, of the total voters on the test revised list, and that petitions must be returned to the City Clerk within sixty days from the time they are started. 5. To place the preparation of the assessment roll, the tax roll andjthe voters' list under the department o the City Asses'sor-instead'of.thn-CiU Clerk. 6. To validate By-law Number ?3i ot the City of Letnbridge .and the bonds to be issued thereunder which By-law is for tho purpose of raising way of permanent loan tha.sum o lor.-'deficiency .in curren expenditure for the years 1903'to 1913 VACANT. v young girl for Ugh housework. Apply DOS 14 Herald ot fled. Invalid lady with tvS bhiidron requires housekeeper am cook Apply to Box 35 llenild. good men wanted; tnjlst, have- llttlo maker party. Apply at once.. No bthbr than hustlers need apply. Aul matlc Hoso Coupler Co.. Lid.. Room j-'Shcrlock 1S4--U rMen- and: to -learo Bniifer Trade.' -Eight Ambler Barb' Cnlgary. SITU ATIONS'WANTED on farm by man and vita witli no children. Will, work for 'esBonafclo wages for winter month? engaged at once. Box 48 Herald office. or partnership in some business establishment, would intent small amount. Write giving full particulars to Box 2, Herald of- fice. .-tHe Committee Ing Orders. Table of Feesjto be Paid to the Regis- trar-, cf Joint-Stock Companies ;-J U.fiilYr Rule 52 (See'- CapT-20fc 1913, Second Session.> For registration of a company whose -nominal capital does For-'registration of a company whose nominal capital ex- ceeds the above fee :SoO.OO with the following additional fees regulated ac- cording to the amount of capi- tal, that is io say: For every or part of 000 after the first up to 5.00 For every or part. of after me nrsi 000 np to 3.00 For .every or part of thereafter 20.00 J..R. CO WELL, .Clerk of the Legislative Assembly. AS L 34 Ad. No. T inclusive. By providing that a frontage rate may be levied in regard to sewers and -boulevards not to exceed ten (10) cents per lineal foot, similar to that -in regard to w'ater works provided under this charter. S. To validate and confirm a cer tarn agreement made and entered into between the Canadian Pacific Rait; way Company and the City of Leth" bridge for the construction of a sub way under the Canadian Pacific Rail- way at Thirteenth Street in the: City of Lethbridge. 3. For the purpose or: removing doubts as to whether a.certain agree- ment made between the Canadian Pa- cific Railway Company, the Alberta Railway Irrigation Company -and the City of Lethbridge dated tho 1st day oi! May 1905 included school taxes and to have it declared that the same does include school taxes! 10. For the. purpose of removing doufcts as to'whether a-certain agree- ment made between the Ellison 3H11 Company Limited and the City of Lethbridge dated'the 1th .day of September 1906 included, school-taxes, and to have it declared that the. same does include school taxes. 11. And for such further and other amendments of a minor nature as may be required and such amendments as are necessary to correct any inaccur- acies or inconsistencies in any.of the provisions of the Lethbridge Charter. Dated this 16th day of September A.D. 1914. maehme guns "went on firing all the time, 'and one of .the women :was in the arm." NOTICE Legislative As- sembly of the! Province of Al- berta. TAKE NOTICE, the time for receiv- ing Petitions for Private Bill- at the nest session of the Legislative As seinbly'will expire on Wednesday the twenty first day 01 OctoSier 1814 JNO R COWBLL, Clerk of the House. Ad. No. S3. In the Supreme Court of Range is, west ot Alberta, Judicial Dist- trict of Lethbridge BETWEEN No. 1374 JAMES.P. LAMB, and Plaintiff: HENRY L. HELGERSON, 5 Defendant: the appro- bation5bf-r'the fiscal 'Judge of this Hon- ourable CourJ on Saturday the 10th day.-of'Octoher A-D. 1914, at the hour of twelve o'clock noon at-the Court tlouse in the City of Lethbridge hi the -Province i of Alberta, interest of Henry L; Helgerson in the .follow- ing, Section 9, -In Township 9, .Range 13, West of the Fourth Meridian, reserv- ing therefrom all mines and minerals an'd the right'to work the same. About one-hundred acres of this land is said to be broken and there is said to be about three miles of three strand 'barb :wire fence with cedar posts twp rods apart on the said land. The North-Half of Section ,17, in Township 9, -Range 13, West.of the Fourth Meridian, reserving therefrom all mines minerals and the'right to work the same. The North West Quarter of Section After October 1st all accduiits duo to the- ipaiiy, monthly -gAs accounts and any Accounts, wilj be Canad- ian Bank, of'Commercel The Canadian Western Natural Gas, Light Heat and Power Company! Limited the Fourth Meridian, reserving there- from all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. The South Half -of Section S3, in Totraship 9, .Range 12, West .of the Fourth Meridian, reserving therefrom all mines and minerals and the right to work the same. There is said to be a frame dwelling house of two stonea, about. 26'x2S' one granary 12'xlQ' granaries H'rL6' each, one -barn, with bay" loft, 2S'x36', and also a good well .on Ihp said land. About two liundred acres. of this land is said to be and tiiore Is also saSd'to -be four itiiies uf barb fence of two strands vylth. cedar.posts, on the said land. The North East Quarter of Section 17, in Township 9. Range ,12, West of the Fourth Meridian, reserving there: from all mines and-minerals and.the right to .work the same. This land is'said to have been brok- en, and there Is sain" to'be about-one mile of barb wire fencing of 'two strands with cedar posts, and also one. granary about'14'xlli' pn the. said lanu.: The North Half of Section. 23, in. Township 8, Range 12, West of the Fourth Meridian, reserving therefrom all mines and minerals and. the right to work the same. This property .will fee' offered fpr sale subject to a reserved bid which has been Used 'by a Judge. -Terms of per cenfe-. In cash and the balance .in thirty days" after sale with interest'at six 'per cent. Pai-.iculars and Conditions of sale may bo ecsn at .the offices of Malcolm Auctioneer, and' JOHNSTONS RITCHIE, Lethbridge, Alberta, Ad No. R 6. Plaintiff's Solicitors. in's Transfer Phone 1386 Ccrcful and Prompt Servlet Tin DC J'orMt WANT ADS. 25 Words, 25 cants at> Insertion. Six Insertions' for tiie price of Four. MUST BE.PAID IN ADVANCE BOARD AND ROOM FOP. a gooil room with all modern conveniences, steam boat, shower.- oaths, piunge. etc., apply Y. M. 0. A. BOARD con-, veniences; west Apply 83-1 7th SL'-S 93-0 WANTS young ladies would like board and'two" rooms close in at once. Terms'must be moderate. Ap- ply Bot 9 Herald. to take 20 brood sows an'd 20 growing pigs. Will ex- wishes position ai housekeeper, companion help, care of invalid, or good plain cook. Thor- oughly domesticated, educated, and best of references. Apply to Box 52 Herald office. desiring company has newly furnished room for rent for young lads'. Apply Box 24 Herald office. GOOD will pay you S120 to distribute religious literature. In your community. Sixty days work. Experience not required. Man or wo- man. Opportunity for promotion. Spare time may be used. Internation- al Bible Press, 1S2 Spadiua Ave., To- ronto. Ad A3. TO RENT TO 7th Ave. South, six rooms fully modern. Apply N. B. Co., agents. Phone 570. Mac- donald Block. TO. 1st, eight roomed modern houss, 704 6th Ave. S. Apply 536 8th St. S. or Phone 1481. TO Good six room modern house, close to car line, and only SI6 per month. II. P. Johnston Co., Alberta'. Block. 6 TO- cheapest and most reasonable six roomed fully modern cottage within the city, possession ivT i i choi.ac, W llutu lilt: kill.., pua changer calves or place on shares, l6th g 1? 13 Tbintsr Alta.- _. -v E. B. fainter. Alta. hay on monthly instal- ment plan, second hand roadster or touring'automoMle. Reply to-Box 41. Herald. ermanent rconi, well fur- convenient to blue line car preferably. Apply. Box 16.Herald of- fice. 241-2 gentleman, room and breakfast with private family. Must be close in.. Apply giving particulars Box ,47 i Herald office. 'cattle and sheep to feed through wihter here .in tlie irrigated district. Horses ?2 per head per cattle -51.50. Special' ar- rangements tor fattening steers. Fanri Products Limitedf-'WJ 3. Lloyd JJgr., Phones: 1017 and 365. Phone 1152. TO, premises on Third Avenue, South now occupied by "The Valet." Available Sept. 1st. Apply A. B. Stafford, Stafford Block. TO modern 7 roomed house on car line, No. 1260 6th Ave S. Has been newly renovated. Apply to H. A. JIcKlUop Co., Grocers. TO RENT Furnished rooms by day, week or month; monthly very reason- able. Will sell at a reasonable price the Kean Block Rooming House, rear of Lethbridge Hotel. R. Castle, Pro- Professional R. W. a. Surgeon. Acciouc-ller. Hours AveiiU' "i __ __ Sur corner. 5tb and .1th Street J-3; V DR. Eye, Nose- and Throat: Dominion Building. Offlco hours 9.30 to 12; 2-5; evenings by appointment. Phones, oliice 841; residence R9-1. PHYSICIAN ori. L. B. of Col- lege Physicians" arid Surgeons, Al '316-18, Sherlock BIdg. PhoneslVl4 ._____________ PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and maternity- Home.'1224 7th Avenue DEESSJIAEING Satisfaction guaranteed Prices right. MrsV.E.'J. Pannell Room 41. Dominion -Blag. by the day done a home. Phone 1738. Miss M. Far- rles St. ARTEMBRO1PERIES J viEEDLEWORKi SUPPLIED. LES SONS GIVEN. Apply Miss Pilmc-r, Phone 7S3. 14th AY.e. S. FilRRlER' FURS REMQDEULED, dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed. Please let us have order aa soon as pos- sible David Seo'ttV.-B'entley Com- pany Store. Miscullancous for Sale 'OR second hand Pianola, mahogany case, bench and music. All i perfect condition. Will sell cheap. RlschLtd. 'OR second hand Mason "tiscli Piano in perfect condition and coks like new; a rich mahogany ase and a good full tone. Easy bo arranged. Mason and .Isch Ltd. 239-6 second hand "Oxbridge Organ walnut piano ase, full octave and rich tone., A nap 'for some one. Cash or' easy is. Mason Hisch Ltd. FOR SALE Horse, buggy harne prietor. 23S 6 o iuj-is the Connaught Man- Jons, two-roomed suite completely urnished with kitchen and bath. Rent -April? to Victoria Jlan- res onlce. corner 3rd Avenue and Street South. SHEEP FOR SALE FOR five-year-old Merino Ewes, 700 Wether Lambs, Lincoln ?3.25 per head. by. tak- :ng the hunch. Enquire Tennant Buckley, Milk Rirer, Alta.', 5 roomed house, 319 13th St. S., situated between 3rd and 4th Ave., facing west. Possession Oct. 1st. Apply Arthur Hayr, care of Hayr Hardware Co. TEACHER WANTED TEACHER tils Leth- bridge Inspectorate, to act as district editor for the Alberta School Journal. Duties, to write monthly local notes, and to receive subscriptions, aciver- ;isements. etc: .Liberal -payment on accepted matter, which, with commis sions, should average 510 to per month. Must have cash to in- -est in stock ct-'efirripany'how form- ng to take over present business, which shows profits on past-earnings equal to a 15% dividend. As only one ippomtrr-ent will he maJe in each in ipectorate, this Is an unusual' oppor tunity for i a readier J-agely. m srease present once to Editor. School Journal, Itrathcona. TO roomed house, 1262 6th Ave A S., all modern convenien- ces at per month. Apply- Stand- ard Securities Co., 115 Sherlock BIk. Phonj 1281, Buy It In Lethbridge Everything from a Busi- ness Card to the Larg- est Ledgers !can be had at the- Herald Job Printing Department We get a commission on mater- ial' that cannot 'be produced in the city'and .-IT C.OSTS YOU NO MORE Ig there any reason for sending out of giving .the out- side solicitor .the order? If so, iri'vfl us a chance to rerncvE it. 'Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. -Limitcd.-i P. R. .Freight Shedl 1163 PHONES -j Offlco 462 1664 f Office 3NES Offlco I Stable! TO modern, up-to- date, centrally located, per month immediate possession. Ring 543, C. C. Pagnuelo Co. TO room semi modern cottage. No. 62S 12th Street. per month. Apply N. B. Peat Co., Room 5, Maedonald Blk. TO modern house 'vvith gas, in good condition. 3 doors from car line. per month CO fe'ood tenant. Apply Bos 32 Her- ald. FOR now occupied by Western Tinsmituing Co., firs, door north of Herald. Ready now. Aptly at Herald office. TO RENT Fully modern 8 roomed storey and half house, pleasantly sit- ua.ted. facing south on 7th Ave. S. Apply to Arthur Hayr, Hayr Ha.rd- warc Co. TO semi-improved farms in the Tiardisty district, or sell on long terms, to suit .purchasers. This district hag never suffered from poor crops. Apply owner, W. R. A1-, ger, 702 25th St., Edmonton. MONEY TO LOAN PRIVATE MONEY TO ilaa to loan for two years at ten per cent, on improved city property. Apply P. O. Box 141. nets chickens and turkeys. J. Pils- bury, Coaldale. FOR auto, 1912 mod- el in good repair with new tires. ?700 cash E. V. Dooley, Phone 1441 or Box 327. rent or for sale.. Terms to reliable party. Phone .1162. C'.-iII 414 13th St. South. FOR good bunch" ot well bred Clyde horses; nearly all mares and fillies, or would trade for cattle or sheepi I could keep horses till next spring It -necessary. Owner, John DR. M. J, of Royal College of Dental Toronto, and .bpldijr Dontal 'Hoortu' .8 end C.'Drrnn' Cdurtlce ac'd University of Macdonaldl DBS. MARHS.AND eucegBsprs' tp Clure.1 'Hours: '9 Omce, 'flig- .inbolhnm Block. Phonn 374. BR, E. G. mem- ber of Royal. College of Siirgoons. (Eng.J Licentiate Royal cojlese'of. Physicians (London) 1900. Hoars: 9-13; 1-5. Office: c-8. Post omcc nionk. PIANO TUITION I PUPILS FOR Kay, HOI 7th Avoniw North. MRS. W. H. of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Pupils prepared for Royal Academy and College of-Music, London, Eng., or Toronto Conservatory'exams. If de- sired. Studio 1226 5th Avenue A, South, Lethbridge. KINDERGARTEN MISS ANNE PORTER will open a-prl- vate kindergarten for- a limited number ot children, between the ages or four and six years. A Kin-' dergarten Musical Course will bo Included. Junior and intermediate pupils for piano will also he ac- cepted. Call or write 1211 5th Ave. South on or before Sept. 1st. KING EDWARD'S brook, B. C. Headmistress, Miss V. M. Cherringtou. Boarding school tor girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Pull High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Special attention given to Drawing, Painting Sketch- Ing from nature, etc. Write for prospectus. PIANO TUNING G. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Player-Piano and Organ !0 years factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate MT. Assn. London, England.. Reference to the loadiuz -musicians.of the city. Phono 1168 Oth Ave A South. SURVEYING J. F. HAMILTON, and Alberta' Land ..Surveyor; Irriga- tion Hydraulic Engineer. P.ooma B and 6, Whitney Block. P. O Boj C57 Pbnnp 111-12; DUFF7 d M Ed. wards. B.A.Sc., Dominion nno Al- berta Land Surveyor; Donah A. Duff, C.B.J-iComnwcIal blue Hint-' itig, civil -engineering and land sur- veying. Suite 205 Sherlock BIdg Lcthfcrlflire. Alta. AUCTIONEER' Doilds. Beiseker, Alta.r POK Koken Barber chair, hydraulic; revolving :and reclining, raising and .pitted upholstered-in -best grade leather, as good as per- fectly. Can be secured reasonable at M. K: Kaake's Barber Shop, 6th St., corner 3rd Ave. S. Opposite Bank of Montreal; '______ For Sale or Exchange FOR Columbia Cruit lands anywhere, including Van- couver Island. City property or oil stocks exchanged for Alberta farms. "We trade everything." Wittichen Real Estate Calgary, Alta. 241 8 WILL- .automobile for oil'shares in the following com- panies, Okotoks, Alberta Petroleum, Herron Elder, Prudential, Western Pa- ciflc: Apply Castle Hotel. FOR 76 miles from Nelson, B., C., 1% miles Q., school and station. One 15 acre ranch' 35. miles from Nelson, 2 miles from O., school and station, or will exchange for'.any kind of cat- tle. .Good opportunity for any one wishing to get into the fruit climate. If interested write for information to C. W. Lester. Nelson. 0. J Brindle and White Boston Bull Bitch PUD. Reward at'Express Offlce. 10th and lltll St., leather purse containing money. Own- er may have same by calling at 613 10th- St: S. THE REMINGTON TYPEWRITER CO., 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-Premier (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 Supplies. A. J. PASSMORE, Building, Lethnridje, Alberta. W L. WIUON-ProvincIal and City Licensed Auctioneer. Sales or" all Kinds conducted on reasonable terras. Live stock and farm sales a specialty. Offlce at tho Wilson Furniture Co, 404 13th St North Phone 102d Residence fSo Downtown office at (lie Lethbrluse- fin.. 11'3. UNDERTAKING T. S. Funeral Director and Bmbalmer; also agent for the Somervilie Marble Granite Works, of .Calgary. ODIce opposite Court House. .Phone1 661. donee 284 7th S. Phono-ins. Open day a'nd night. S. Y. Director ;ind. Embalmer. 411 5th Street South.- Pliono ?S02. nljcbt.or' day., WHOLESALiT HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES- Whnlesale and retail. AH varieties of hay timotln alfalfa, blue Joint, mixed hay upland hay, oat hay and draw Mixed carloads a Epeciilty Storasp for household goods etc. cellar-space for rent, Hydo and Saundf.fs, corner'2h'l Ave. and 12th St. S.- P. O. Box Phone 1244. ACCOUNTANT W. D. of the Instl.: stltute of Chartered Accountants ot -England and Wales, arid of tho In- tuto of Chartered Accountants 'in Alberta. Acadla man.. Lqthbridgc. VIA VI LETHI3RIDGE ViAVj 'CQMRANY (The Natural System of -Treatment for Nervousness, liluinher ,15 Hull Blk Hours 1 6 pm dally. 10 to 4 Saturday, or by appointment. Miss T S Cook W. A. HENDERSON COY. Chartered Accounlaili Wimiljiefl Lethbrtdge Hal Accountancy Audit Ad t and Irtist Woflt Inves- Llnuldationa, Building, Lethbridgi Retldeht- R. j. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scot) f ;