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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDOE DAILY HERALD COMING IV Friday-Satiirrtay THE HISTORICAL DRAMA Florence Nightinga'e AND OTHER GOOD PICTURES LAST TIMES TONIGHT PAULINE FREDERICK THE MOST WONDERFUL ACTRESS IN MOTION PICTURES IN "LYDIA GILMORE" A VERY STRONG AND STIRRING DRAMA IN FIVE ACTS, ALSO The Lalost War Weekly-Sonj;. Mr. Flemiiij�- ESC "THE PAINTED SOUL" LAST TIMES TONIGHT A realistic Drama of the Underworld In Five Actt. Special Mutual Feature, starring Bessie Barriscale. OTHER GOOD PICTURES ON THIS PROGRAM The World's Finest Screen Productions announce HELEN WARE, Distinguished emotional artiste In E'S-THE SECRET LOVE' OtonightM THE PIT" A Wonderful Play Over five hundred people appear In the wheat pit scene. Including money brokers and others familiar with life In the financial sections of Chicago and New York. "The Pit" was produced by Maurice Tourneur. The part of "Laura" entrusted to Miss Gall Kane PRICES: 10c -, there shall be offered for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION at the Court House, Leth-bridge. Alberta, by Malcolm Y"oung, Auctioneer, at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, the 29th day of April A. D. 191t>, the following lands and premises, namely. Lot 14 in Block 7, according to a plan of part of the City of Lethbridge of record in the South Alberta Land Registration District at Calgary as Plan 723-D. Lethbridge, being 116 Fifth St., South, Lethbridge. The vendor is informed that the said property consists of one lot 25 ft. by 125 ft. with a frontage of 25 ft. on Fifth St.. In the City of Lethbridge. On the lot is a one-storey brick build ing 25 ft. by 125 ft. with a double plate glass front and full hasement. There is no wall on part of the North side except 25 ft. which extends over part of the next lot and the heating is supplied from the building adjoining on the North. The building is in first class repair and is at present unoc copied. The property will be sold subject to a reserve price fl.xed the Court and subject to the taxes aubsequent to the 31st December 1915, and to the reservations and conditions contained in the original grant from the Crown or appearing upon the existing Certificate of Title. TERIV1S OF SALE Fifteen per cent, in cash at the time of the sale; 15 per cent in 60 days without interest and the balance in three equal instalments in 1, 2 and 3 years with interest at S per cenL per I annum, or. at the option of the pur-1 chaser the whole may be paid within ; CO days from the date of sale without [interest. In all other respects the con-!ditions approved by the Master in Chambers will apply. For further particulars apply to iLent. .lonos, .Mackay & Mann, Calgary, Solicitors for the Vendor. Dated at Calgary this 10th dav of March. A.D. 1916. (Sgd.) Laurence J. Clarke, Approved: Clerk of the Court. L. F. Clarry, M.C. ' Ad. No. H SITUATIONS VACANT__ WA5rfBi>^T^ncJroiperle'ir^ maker to help with alterations. Apply personally to Clarke & Co. 99-0 WANTED-Good genoml servant. Apply before 2 p.m. or after 6 p.m. to 750 7th Avo. S, 101-6 FOR 8iU^ - Tho Martin Transfer Busluoss, situatud in Lethbridge. Apply Martin Transfer, 809 7th Avo. S. 101-0 WANTED-A good gonornl servant. Apply H. A. Wright, jeweler, or 1249 �1th Avo. South. Permanent situation. Wages $25 per month. 102-6 WjVNTED-'I'allor for ulteratlou and repair work, wages $1S.OO a week. Steady work year round. Phone or write. Garment, caro of Cleaners & Dyers, Medicine Hat, Alto. 103-6 WANTEI>-Boy to helj) milk a few cows, ride pony; state wages required. Good home for honest boy. Apply Mrs. Sam Palmer. Box 50, Grassy Lake, Alta. 105-6 WANTED-Man or woman to distribute war literature. $120,00 for sixty days' work in your own commimity. Spare time may be usod. Winston Co., Toronto. Ad. No. D. AGENTS WANTED-Wo have sbcur-ed General Agency for one of best Hall Insurance Companies and" want live agents everywhere. W'riVe us tor territory. Alberta Block. M. P. Johnston & Co. 101-6 AGENTS WANTED-Reliable men or ladies in each'town wanted to sell Easter plants and Cut Flowers, also garden plants, etc., on liberal commission; no capital required. Address f^ache Bros., Florists, Lethbridge, Al-borta. 105-0 WANTED-Men, ana women to learn barbering. , Wages while learning, tools free. Situation guaranteed. Information, book of Instructions mailed free. Calgary Barber College, 815 Centre SL, near C.P.R. depoL 33-0 WANTED-Men and ,w6m�n to learn barber trade ; eight weeki quaUllea ; tools free ; wages while leaminR ; positions guaranteed ; illustrated catalogue and particulars free. Moler Barber College, 604a Centre St., Calgary. 37-0 SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED-Situations by two young girls, ages 14 and 16 years, as maids for light housework, Lethbridge preferred. Apply to Bo.\ 2 Herald or 405 12th Street B North. 100-6 LOST AND FOUND LOST-About a week ago, a white Spitz dog. Finder will be rewarded on returning to Herald Office. 104-6 LOST-Two brown geldlngsi with harness and neck-yoke, from Coaldale, Wednesday morning. Finder please return to B. Pelletier. Coaldale. Alberta. 100-G REWARD-For recover>' of one bay mare, branded bird on right jaw, anil one bay mare branded RX under - on right thigh. $20 for the two or $10 for one. Return to S. E. Holman, Ta her. Alberta. 101-12 $20.00 REWARD-For the following animals. One bay mare 5 years old, branded lazy C on left hip, two white feet, had yearling colt. One bay gelding, 5 years old. branded lazy C on left hip, three white feet and white face. Last seen near Coaldale. Apply E. S. Bowden. Taber, Alta. 97-25 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SAIE FOR SALE-Pod Igroe Victorj' Scod Oats. Taylor Milling & Elovatnr Co. 97-12 THURSDAY. APHH. 13, in6 PROFESSIONAL MRDS PGR SALE-Socond Hond Furniture Businoss, 12li0 3rd Avo. South. Apply at promises. 1010 TIT MASSAGE FOR SALE-One used piano. Just like new. $225.00, on oiisy terms. Masoti & Rlsoh, Ltd. 9S-0 FOR SALE-Small Metz runabout; just ovBrhtt\iled. trial allowed. $135 for quick sale. Apply 1259 5th Ave. South. Phono 1162.. 104-6 MEDICAL SUPERPLOUa H.AIR REMOVED- 8HAMPOOINQ-'ftll�� K. M.. Holrno� �graduRto of the PonnBylvanla Orth-opaedlo Ihstlttlto, Medical Massage and dyninnatlcs iSwedish), Electrical. Vibratory and Thorapeutio Light \Troatm6nt8, Electrolysis and Shampooing Tre^lmonts glveu by appointment only. Room l Hull Blk. FOR SALE-One Edtson Ciramoplione Has only been slightly used. Can be paid on easy monthly payments. Ma-sou & Risch, Ltd. 9S-0 FOR SALE-Four-hoio kitchen range, with reservoir, in good condition. Can be had cheap tor cash. Apply 535 8th Street South._ !)5-Ox PIANO FOR SALE-$125~iTTofor at once; Just tuned and in thoroughly good condition. Willis Piano Co., cure of Standard Furniture Store, 610 4lh .\venue South. 100-6 J'Oll SALE - High grade Gorhuid-Hehitzman piano, plain mahogany case, $250 spot cash. It interested, phono 15GS botweon 6 and 7, evenings. _____103-6 FOR SALE-Second hand cars at the right price. McLaughlin. Fords, Hup-mobiles and Studebaker. Just overhauled, as good as new. Call at Standard Garage. Phone 564. 103-6 FOR SALE-40 tons hay, nlfaUa or alfalfa and timothy mixed, off color. $4.50 per ton in stack, 8 miles southeast of city. Apply M. Freeman, 12G6 4th Ave. S. 103-6 FOR SALE OR RENT-On easy terSTi two flve-roomcd cottages, one with bam, on 12th St., one block from the Fleetwood school. Phone 516, Farmers' Lumber Co.. Ltd. 8S-0 CHIROPRACTORS SMITH & SMITH-Hyrum Smith and June B Smith-If you aro sick and want to rogaUi health, take Rplual adjustments and got well. Consul- . tatlon iree. Olllco in rouidonco, 903 7th Avo. S.. hours 9.30 to 5; 7 to 9. Phone 1677. 95-25 PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL - Mrs. Van HaarleiL'B Private Hospital and Maternity Home. Spocia! rates given on application. 1224 7th Avunuo South. PhcDo 746, PRIVATE HOSPITAL - M. and F. Phillips, graduate nurses. 704 6th Ave. South. Phone 315. 47-0 VIAVI VIAVi (The Herbal Home Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) All communications to Mrn. O. Thomas, 619 10th Btroet South. 31-0 DYEING AND CLEANING FOR SALE-Privately: ] Pullman Reed baby carriage, white, almost new; also 0 hole JlcClary famous range with water front; 7 drawer Singer sewing machine, dressing table and wash stand; 3 dozen sealers 50c a dozen, etc. Apply 971 10th St. South. 104-2 FOR SALE-Choice flax for seed purposes; high purity and germination test. Will fill any size order from one bushel to a car. Address L. P. Neff, McVay ranch. Albion Ridge, Alberta. 70-0 FOR SALE-Branttord, Standard and National Bicycles. Prices $35.00 to $45.00. Cash or easy payments. All wheels equipped with genuine Dunlop tires. Repairs and all accessories. Lethbridge Cycle Co., 110 5th St. S., near Hudson's Bay. 102-6 FOR SALE-Timothy seed. This seed is grown in the Lethbridge district, and is of first class quality, guaranteed to germinate 96%. Can purchase in quantities to suit at 10c per lb. Apply to G. W. .Murray, Rural Phono 409, or at 1214 Gth Ave S., Lethbridge. 103-6 LOST-One bay pinto gelding, branded lazy B on right thigh, lame on left hind foot. One chestnut gelding, branded bar over lazy B over 23 on right thigh. One bay gelding, branded quarter circle over E L on left thigh and Crow's Foot on left shoulder. Reward for Information leading to recovery. Bagie Speaker, 4U 4th St. South, Lethbridge. 102-5 LOST-One blue-grey mare, age 3, branded L B on right thigh, brand b'otched. $10 reward for Information leading to recovery; thought to be In Raymond district. Write Sick Farm, New Dayton P. O. or rural, phone. 105-12 LOST-liYoni Lethbridge, 1 gray mare and black filly colt, branded on left hip. Reward for information leading to recovery, C. C. Collier, 302 fith Ave. A. South. FOR SALE-Seed Potatoes, choice hand sorted pure Early Ohio and Gold Coin varieties, price for less than ton lots $1.75 per cwt., ton lots $30; carload lots, $28 ton, sacked f.o.b. Lethbridge. Order early as the seed potato supply is limited and these prices are likely to be advanced. H. Galviu, Phone R304, Lethbridge. 73--0 FOR SALE>-Meat market, only one in town, well established, doing good business, well equipped with retrige-lating machine, sausage machines, bone grinders and all necessary tools; 10 acres of good land; slaughter house; hog house, cattle and feeding sheds, wagons, 2 horses (both young), saddles and harness, in fact an up-to-date butcher outfit. Price $4000 or would trade for an improved Canadian farm. Address J. W. Culver, City Meat .Market, Sutherlln, Oregon. 105-6 THE VALET-SpeetallstB In French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at Its best. Only the most sclenttflo methods applied without Injury to garments. Our work Is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phono 1812, 824 Sixth Street South. OUR CITY DYEING AND CLEAN-ING WORKS-Furs remade and cleaned; suite made to order; best work. Only dyeing works In the city. Phone 444. UPHOLSTERING and FURNITURE REPAIRING Promptly attended to STANDARD FURNITURE CO. Upholsterng- UPHOLSTERIN G-Furniture repairing, upholstering, polishing. Charges reasouable. E. Brook, 926 7th St. A. South. 921 7th Street South. 99-6 6. QALBRAITH-Physlclan. , j�on, Accouoher. Hours 2-8; T-S p.m. Oftloe 914 Third Avenu*. Phonis 12BJ, OR, TAYLOR-Bar, Byo, No�8 -infl Throat; 115 Sherlock Dldg, OtIIc� hours 10-12; 2-5; evenings bytp-polntment. Phones: Office 341, R*-Bidenco 503. ' " DR8. CONNOR, MeNALLY & JAIvllE-SON-Ofrloo, 108 Sherlock' Bloolt. Telephones: Office 319; Residence 019, Ofticcf hours; 11 to l',5 a. m.; 1.30 to 3.;i0; 7 to 8 p.m. R, B. C. THOMSON, B,A, M.D.-Pliy-sldan, Surgeon, Accouchor. 1324 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4: 7 to 8. Phono 47G, 00-0 DENTAL DRESSMAKING Superior Workmanship, Perfect Fit, Metropolitan Style. MISS WILSON, Room 1, Above Ryiand's Store. For Sale-Eggs and Poultry FOR SALE-A few sellings of Silver Penciled Plymouth Rock Eggs, and one pen consisting of a cock and 5 hens. Call or write 941 10th St. South. 101-B FOR SALE-Bronze turkey eggs, $1 I per setting of nine; also baby turke) ' chicks, one week old, 25c. each. Ap-IJly to Mrs. B. S. Pawson, Coaldale, Alta. Phone R704. 101-6 FOR SALE-Allaira, timothy, mlxnd hay, bluejoint and straw ready for prompt shipment. All hay Inspected on farmers' wagons. National Hay Association grades. Farm Products Limited, 204 Sherlock BIdg. Phouo 777. Residence Phone 365. 9-0 MONEY TO LOAN AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC^ TRICAL WORK W.L. McKenzle & Co PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave S. CITY OF LETHBRIDGE TENDERS Tenders will bo received by the Chief of Police and Fire Departments up tlU noon, April 19th, for 17 suits of uniforms for the tire-police department, six suits for the police department and 11 for the fire department. Ifor particulars apply to Wm. Hardy, Chief Flre-Polloe Department, City. Ad. No. L RUBBER STAMPS Made In,Lethbridge by the Herald Job Department Phona 1252. IN THE MATTER OF SEIZURE UNDER CHATTEL MORTGAGES BETWEEN De Laval Dairy Supply Company, Limited, AND Hygienic Dairy Company, Limited, I WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION On SAT., APRIL the 15th, 1916 AT 2 O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON At John Deere Warelionse, Second Avenue, South, Lethbridge. Th|, r,.>i,.......... r>,, \'ioior t;:-i' boMle wanlier, 75 ico cream tubs, 95 ice cream cans, 1 five horse power raoior, 30 feet 2Vi in. shafting, cast^ hangers for Khaftlng, belting, etc, TERMS CASH Dated at Lethbridge, Alberta, this foMrth day of ;April, 1916, T, J. SIMONS, Sheriff's Bailiff. FOUND-On the premises of Albert Firth, S.W. Vi 22-8-22 W. 4th, one black mare, about 5 years old, has white stripe full length of face, weight about 1100 lbs. branded white stripe full length of face, right shoulder. _ 1559T^^^^$10~rewa7d~for~information leading to recovery of these animals: One brown mare, weight 1100, branded -:-~_ jgj^ thigh; one blue grey mare, weight 1300, branded left shoulder. Notify' K. D. Robinson, Del Boneta, Alberta. 105-24 MONEY TO LOAN on largo, well improved farms. Houses to rent. 1-iist your houses with us for quick rental. Illinois-Alberta Realty Co., 3 Macdon-ald Block, Phone 1522. 103-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WA.N'TED-2 Sets second hand team harness and 2 wagons. Apply 10 Mac-donald Block. 103-6 WANTED-Tenders for repainting and decorating entrance to Slarland. Tenders will be received by .VIr. Fleming up to Saturday, the 15lh of April, at 12 o'clock noon. 104-0 LAND-MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE OH RENT-N. W. Vi of 17-11-20, wheat stubble, two roomed shack, fenced; a clioice quarter In tho Iron Springs dislricL Apply 010 8th Street South. 105-3 FOR SAL13-4500 acres, wheat ranch, all improved; part was summerfal-lowed last year; leased for half of the crop, good buy. 320 acres north east of .Noble, raw land; price $12.50 per acre, T. M. Huff, Room 10, Alberta Block, Lethbridge. 100-6 LAND FOR SALE-1 Section of steam plow lond, all fenced. In Warner district, price $11.00 per acre, $3.00 cash, balance 5 or 10 years. Also have 1% section in Chin district with Improve-raents. Sell very cheap with good terms. Box 173, City. . 103-fl FARM FOR SALE-lOO acres with 14 head horses, 9 head cattle, 24 head sheep, poultry and machinery, 5 roomed house barn granary and hon house. Good spring water. Bargain for quick sale. For terms apply F. G. Clark, Taylorvllle, Alta...... 99-12 FOR SAIjE-10 acres Irrigated.garden land adjoining Leyurldge city, limits on south east.' ^jjall cash pa,ymont and liberal tennsX's Would trade on quarter seotlon.  Apply D* A, MoKer-rlcher, 428 lOtU Ave, N. W,, Calgary, Alta, 102-6 INFORMATION WANTED Mrs. Nicol of 1001 8th Avenue S., Lethbridge, would like to communicate with Mrs. Thomas Chambers, or hear from anyone who knows her present address. I 105-0 TO RENT IF YOU WANT to rent your housos list thoni with ut>. Wo will find you tenants. M. P. Johnston & Co., Alberta Block. 101-6 TO RENT-Furnished house, seven rooms, fully modern, full gas connection, barn and garage. Apply R. V. Gibbons & Co. 102-6 TO RENT - Fully modem 7-roomed house, Bath, etc. No. 319 13th Street south. Apply Arthur Hayr, caro of Hayt, Hardware Co. 84-0 WniTB WYANDOTTE EGGS-1 can spare a few sittings from my best pen, containing 1st and 2nd pullets at Raymond, 2nd and 3rd Grassy Lake and Innisfall, and hens Ist, 2nd and 3rd Lethbridge, 1914. Headed by I'ockerel 1st High River and Uay-niond and 2nd Grassy Lake. At six KhoWB last, full 1 won 11 firsts, 0 seconds and 3 thirds. Price $3 per 15. C. J. Wyutt, Diamond City. 100-24 SAGE TEA PUTS LIFE AND COLOR IN HAIR Don't Stay Grayl it Darkens So Naturally that Nobody can Tell, Vou can turn gray, faded hair boaii-llfully dark and lustrous almost over night If you'll got a 50-cnnt bottle of "Wyeth's Sago and Sulphur Compound" at any drug store. MillionH of bottles of this old, famous Sago Tea Recipe are sold annually, says a well-known drpgglst hero, because II darkens the hair bo naturally and evenly that no one can tell it hut been applied. Those whose hnir is turning gmy, bocpming faded, :dry, scraggly and thin, have a surprise awaiting tliem, l)eca'uso after one or two applications the gray hair vanlshos and your lockK become luxtiriantly dark and beautiful-all dandruff goes, scalp itching and falling hair stops. This is the age of youth. Gray-haired, mmttractlve folks aren't wanted around, so get busy with Wyoth's Sago and Sulphur tonight and you'll be delighted with your dark, hand-somu hnir and your youthful appear-anoo within a few days. J. I!>. Hlgln-botham & Co., Limited, Drugglsla, Lotlibrkigo, Alta.-Advertlseinont. DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduato of Royal College of Dental BurgconB Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Oftlco: Roomi 6 and 6 Bryan Block. Phone 107L OR. L. T. ALLEN-DentlBt IsUCCOBflor to Urs. Courtice & ailchrlat)-Grod-uate University of Maryland. RooniB 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phono 1165, Lothbrldge, Alta. 170-0 DR8. MARRS �nd MARR8-DontlStB. SucceBsors to Dra. Stewart and Mo-Clure Hours: 8 to B. Office. Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone S74, OR. E. O. SIMMONUS-Dentist, member of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Royal College ot PhyslclanH (London.) UD.a. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Office; 6-8 Hlg-Inbotham Block. Phone 181(1, UNDERTAKING T. 8. FETTERLY-Leading Funeral . Director and Embalmer; alao agent for tho Somervllle Marble & Granite Works of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 661. Re-Eldencn 284 7th Ave, S.. Phone 117S. Opf>n day and night 8. Y. HURST-Embalmer A Punerftl Director. 803 Srd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES Is opening a class in Pianoforte Playing and Theory under the direction of Mr. H. C. C. Salmon. ' Candidates prepared for the examinations of tho Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, London, Eng., For further particulars, apply to H. C. C. Salmon. 1259 Bth Ave. S. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, TEACHER of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years, teaching experience. Studio Cully equipped with blackboard, keyboard, scale ladder, modulating board, etc. Studio 1226 5th Ave. A. South. 96-0 DECORATING WELLINGTON BROS.-Tho Decoratr ore, Paperhangera and Painters; Kalsomlnlug, General Decorating and Sign Writing. BatlmateB given. The oldest established Painters in Lethbridge. Res. Phono 1472; ofnco phone 1752, Sherlock Bldg, Lethbridge, Alta. ISO-0 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILHON, LIcenMd Auctioneer. All yinds of aalea conducted. Terma reasonable. . Prompt aettlemont*. Job lots ot �toeks o( merchandlso purchased. I will also buy the entire contenta ot lumlahed housea. Head omce at the WllsoC Fiimttura Co.. 416 (."ttb dt. HaitM. iMthbriigt, Phone 1025. FRANK WADDINGTON-U you are contemplating an auction sale of your farming stock. Stock-in-trade or household goods and effects, ccnault Frank Waddlngton, Leth-hridge, who will gtvf you expert service on reasonable terms. Twenty years' ��TperIencB. 266-0 PIANO TUNING G. H. CHiPPS, EXPERT TUNER- Pla.ver-Plano and Organ Repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Assn.. London, England. Reference to the leading muBlcians of the city. Phone 1168. 12.'>3 fith Ave. A South. ROOMS TO RENT-In fully modern house, wltli or without houHokoopIng privileges, furnished or imfurnished to suit. Apply 527 12th Street A North. 104-0 TO RENT-In Ihe Victoria .Mansions, one turnlshcd basemont houseUcopIng llaL all conveniences. Also modern bungalow with gas range, olectroUors, window shades, etc., centrally located, opposite the Victoria MansionH. Apply to Fred W. Downer, at the Mansions ofilce, 3rd Ave, South, between 9 and 11, and I and 3 o'clock. Pliona 63(i, 104-0 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges'according to the circumstances of tlio patient. Poor patients cared tor free of charge. Graduate, nurses tor private duty also' provided. For further partlu-ulaja , apply to the Nursing MIs-Hlnn. �413 14th SL S. Phono IgSS. (MlB�> A, M. Tiliey, Supervisor, (Miss) RoBe Cameron, Grad, Nurge (MIbb) J,T, Mackenzie, Grad. Nursr SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING-Phone 1717 for your shoe repairs. Work done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, 611 4th Avenue South. 52-0 HAY, GRAIN, FEED BALED HAY AND STRAW-Fied ot all kinds. Carloads or leas. Inquire for quotatlouB when buying or selling. We are In toiioh with the best markets. Storage space for rent liixcellent basement for puilshnbla goods. Hyde & Saunders. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. 167-0 W. A. HENDERSON � COY, Lathbrldg* : i : M�dlcln� Hat Winnipeg Chartered Aceountanta A'^ountanoy in all Its brancbea: Audit. Beorotftrlal, Ad. vlBory, ayalemaUelog, and Trust Woric, Inv^ Ugatlons, Ivlquldatlooa,. - '' -^r^ .... , Acadia Building, Lethbrlag* Resident R. J.' RITCHIE ..PATeneON.-Charturad Accountant .(tlr.a|.)| ;