BRYANT J. J. Bryant, manager of the Kexlna branch of the 1 uiihupe Anderson Co., who lost his life in the cyclone there Sunday, was buried here yesterday afternoon. At i o clock a service was held at Holy Trinity church by Rev. Archdencon Fort in. assisted by Rev. K. C. Iturch. The same ministers conducted a service at St. John's cemetery, where Interment was made. The cortege contained all the most prominent wholesale men In the city and many attended from outside outside points. H. R. Tudhope, one of the directors of the Tudhope-Andor-son Tudhope-Andor-son Tudhope-Andor-son Tudhope-Andor-son Tudhope-Andor-son company, arrived In the city during during the morning to attend the funeral. The Implement Wholesalers' association association as well as the start of the Winnipeg Winnipeg branch of the Tudhope-Ander-son Tudhope-Ander-son Tudhope-Ander-son Tudhope-Ander-son Tudhope-Ander-son company, attended In a body. Many beautiful floral tributes were laid on the casket, among them being a large wreath given by the Wholesalers' Wholesalers' association. The staffs of the Tudhope, Anderson company, 'ooth In Calgary and Saskatoon as well as Winnipeg, also sent wreaths. The pall-bearers pall-bearers pall-bearers were: H. F. Anderson. M. J. Rodney, Alex. Stewart. C. Smith, J. McCromble and H. Miller.