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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE, DAlMf HEHALIi WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1911 Tonight and Simm In song. PATHE PRESENTS THE EMINENT SCREEN ARTISTS ROBERT EDESON AND ELEANOR WOODRUFF IN "Big Jim One of the most intensely gripping dramas ever, stiown at Starland. FRIDAY, SATURDAY PAULINE FREDERIOKJ "Audrey" 5 Reels 0 RPHE 2 Days. Thursday and Friday Only THE ELITE MUSICAL STOCK COMPANY In High Class Musical Comedy. 12 People. Mostly Girls. See Them at the Orpheuni, Popular Prices, Only 25c. 'False Friends and MORE CANADIANS TO GO OVERSEAS SOON. Featuring Billie Ritchie, the Jockey and the Oil Magnate. Other good Pictures. EMPRES FRI. SAT. Lr SPECIAL The Bluebird Photoplay presents LOUISE LOVELY, Bluebird's Beautiful Star in "Bobbie of the Ballet" With Urn Story by Grant Carpenter Scenario by Ida May Directed by Jos- eph De Change Fife AlarniS Ottawa. Aug. announcement l ll c n.ia.i in by Gencml Sir Sam that Canada would place two ;.divisions In the Held was expected here, and In anticipation of snch an increase about troops now in .'training in Canada will lie sent over- i seas before the middle of October. Canada lias now four divisions i Flanders anil with two others to lie organized will have men on tlit- firiag the euuivalent of three j armv corps. i There have bueu sent overseas 220.- j ooo men. and allowing for wast- ase in killed, prisoners, and perma- _____ i n'eiuly unfit for service by wounds and sickness, the new war organiza- Another spleiuim t'athe production; men at the is scheduled for Starland tonight and froiu jo.OOO In reserves in Bug- tomorrow. Tnese features have won; land. To tiring the reserves up there i-ili lie sent from Canada as soon as lossibie an additional 40.000 men. ;se are expected to be drawn from What the Press Agents Say At Starland troops in the training camps In about j the following i the admiration of the people of Leth-, [bridge, aud patrons may rest assured I that "Big Jim whk-H will be shown for two days only, measures up lhe following !to the standard of "The Girl With the Quebec. 4.0011: On- Green Eyes." and "LHtle Mary Sun- lario 15.000: Manitoba and Saskat- shitie." which have such favor s.OOO: Alberta, and able comment recently. The story is I Columbia. 4.000. Another 40.- one of grinpins interest, the scene be-. ofli, are to be ready to send ing laid in Georgia. "Big Jim" falls overseas before 1M7. making a total heir to a mine, which is to go to an ot- across the Atlantic by the unscrupulous nephew at the owner in; eulj ol- }.ear. case of Jim's death. The nephew tries to do a'way with Jim via the drug habit ANOTHER BLOW FOR WANT ADS SITUATIONS VACANT SAMS Miscellaneous ubocK FOK SALE- Spioiidiil little business block In location, fully occupied on loaso. The PROFESSIONAL CARDS once. Clean competent dining room girl. Apply Immediately Hudson's Hay Tea Kooins. girl to nialuTTrpu'sei'S or vests. Also smart errand boy. Apply Fred Thaell, MS 3rd Ave. S. 20JJ-U mau to work -in shoe store. Apply Hufner's, beside .Merchants' Bank. 2Q2-U once. Man to drivf de- livery rig. good wages. Apply at'onco to Cox's Dairy. Davidson Metal Co. Hidg. 1214 6th Ave. A. S.. plume .1065. iii't) niuru than ubla to take euro of HID small mortgage iigainst Owner must sell owing tc leaving I ho district or may trade on nlco rosidonce or farm land, hut muai be clear. Apply Box Uurald. L'GIMi POU SALK Used organ in oak cane, Just like new. For Quick sale, 20 HI MASSAGE MEDICAL FOR I'iano in mahoguuy finish. Tliis is a nap. AVas now .Musou 1 201-0 Ij'OR -cal good fresli milk cows. Ajip 11. Tarry, Dallas Farm, phone It new 12x1-1 10 oz. wall tent. S leering binder in gqo.il condition. potato digger, also some socow v md furniture. Ad dross Box 43 H1 -V (1. 201-0 HORSE FOR 1428, 6th Ave. -Cheap. Apply 1102-3 for Wadeim.S. IX 2953, commencing Stjpt. 4th. Ap- ily to F. A. Curley, Sec.-Treas.. Triber. Alia. 2 to attend the St Andrew's church, nonh. Gardeu Par- y to oe held on the grounds north of 7.30 p.m., sorts of Admission 201-3 he church on Wed. veather permitting.' All games ami amusements. Please notify IKNTRAL PROVINCIAL COMMITTEE EDMONTON. Howard f OR Returned Soldiers' Bureau, ALBERTA. J. H. OLIVER. City Clerk, Seey. route, and the manner in which the j i latter fulls his plans, makes a story Ithat holds the amliemv from start to jfinl.h. rathb weekly wm .bo he shown, and Miss Alice bimm :Slng. DAYLIGHT SAVING Hamilton, Ont.. Aug. a vote of 9 to 6 the council tonight decided to drop daylight saving and return to standard lime, .commencing Sun- day. August 13. TO DlSPOiri li.p. Case Steam Tractor Engine. Would consider a 6-cylinder car as pan payment. E. C. Keith. Hillerest, Alberta. YTANTEnThree painters. Apply Star Paint Co.. Hull Blocit. 200-0 for farm. Ap- ply Mrs. O. T. Lathrop, 3224 Gth Ave. A. South. 200-0 general sor- vaut. No washing; or ironing, 422 13th St. South. 194-0 WANTEJ, _.. stronc wotnan L baS hotel M 6 At the Orpheuni PROMOTION OF LIEUT. MITCHELL Last night's picture program London. Aug. ,1. B. Mit- chell, of an Alberts Battalion, who RUBBER STAMPS Made In by Herald Job Department. Phoni 1252. BOTTLES WE WILL BUY PINT AND QUART BOTTLES IN ANY QUANTITY. Purity Bottluig Woi-ks lie repeated tonight. For Thursaay ;-wa? promoted from the ranks on the and Friday the Elite Musical Comedy company will open. This is a show sreat has he lias suci, that promises much entertainment, i on strength at Shofnclitfe At the Empress The big feature for and Saturday at the Empress will be Bob- bie of the Ballet. Bobbie Brent is a chorus girl who supports her invalid mother and her just out of college is lavishing his in- and is now attached to another Al- berta battalion. heritance on Velma Vrooman. lead. wo-ian of the: company Get a Farm of Your Own TAKE 20 YEARS TO PAY The land will -support you aud pay for itself- An immense area, of the most fertile laud in Western Canada sale at low prices and easintermF 3ging from Sll tc ?30 for farm land, th ample lands down. or woman on a farm. Mrs. W. H. Pan-son, Coaldale. Alia., phone H :07 19S-li for village school Colgate School District No. 2894. 1st class Alberta certificate grades in the school. Salary offered Is from to 1840 for the school year. Give references. H. R. Brown Secretary, Commerce Alia. 199-11 TEACHER" Twelve Mile School District, six miles south- eait of CoaUtle. State qualificitlonl and salary expected. Term begins Sept. 1st. Apply TV. T. Thompson, Coaldale.__________200j WANTED AT an hour. Phone Finch Dogterom, Barons, Alberta. 203-2 and wife or woman cook for farm or woman'with ler to help. Apply Sick Farm, Crad- dock, or phone New Dayton Rural. 203-6 nuui _____________________________. Bobble Is employed. ?oung Stimson j twenty years. In irri- woman or girl meets Bobbie and becomes mi.erestea j ,3tloa ]0an for farm build-; general houseworh. Must he able to her, much to the disappointment o. ;pgs> up ,0 52i0oo, also repayable .....--._.- THE LAND TITLES ACT MORTGAGE SALE OF FARM PROPERTY Under and by virtue of the power of in twenty only 6 per j cent. Privilege of paying 'in full at any time. Here is your opportunity to in- crease your farm holdings by .getting do plain cooking. Mrs. H. Fair- field. Experimental ITarm, phone 3S5, 203-0 for general work- No cooking or washing. Must be adjoining land, or secure your friends tond of children. Good home for the as neighbors. For Literature and ht A to 618 6th Ave s ticulars apply to. j hone 169, 203.0 Allan Cameron, Gen'l of Lands, FOR ouggy, go-cart, nnd cradlo in good condition, ('heap for quick sale. Apply 90S 12th St. South or Box 41 Herald. FOR Hyo for sale. Now is the time to sow it. Kills wild oats, mustard.Qtc. Mow it twice, pasture it all the time. Earliest and latest pas- ture. H. E. Miebach. Monarch. 203-6 FOR one chicken house S x 12, cost JS5.00. one stable 14 s 22, hip roof, cost ?375.00. Both for 5175.00 cash. A. E Humphries, llth St.. South 187-0 FOR No 10 type- writer in use only two years, also No. 1 Roynl typewriter, both in good condition. J. B. Turney Co. 1S2-0 FOR lieau or heavy work horses in splendid condition, and twelve sets of extra heavy double har- ness. Phone 1793. or Molson's Bank, or see them with S. H. Davy, 2 miles north of Commerce. Alberts. 191-30 FOR Case thresh- ing outfit. A 40-ti2 separator and a 25 h.p. Alberta 'Special engine. Steam pressure pounds. Good working condition. Reasonable price and good terras with acceptable security. Apply Bawden Pdrmins; Co.. Ltd. B. K. Kul- lock, manager, tabcr Alta. 3U3-S MAKE ME AN OFFER FOR PUR- CHASE OH 13th St. N. Forty-eight foot frontage, five roomed semi-modern cottage opposite Js'orth Fire Hall. 37Vj adjoining Meth- odist Parsonage on llth St. S. 50 feet adjoining .1. Huffner's residence llth St. S. between IHh and 7th Ave. 25 feet between majestic Theatre and iith St. S. 92x100 feet comer 7th Avo. and 7th St. S: Farm lands or Regimi property preferred. Apply J. A. Kritzwiser, Qu'- Appelle, 6ask. l'00-6 SUPF.ftFLliOUS HAIR DR. W. S. OALBRAITH PJiyslclai K. M. Holmca Surgeon. Accoucher. Hours graduate of tlm PomiBylViinla Orlh- opnedlc Institute, Medical Massago and Gymnastics liluc- DR. TAYLOR Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat; 116 Sherlock Bldg. Offici hours ovonlnge by up trlcal Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, iuluctrolysls urn! Shampooing. Treatments given bj appointment only. Room 1, Hull Blk. NURSING PRACTICAL NURSING Town or'country. Terms moderate, phone 1190. Miss Taylor, 404 19th Street, North. 19S-6 CHIROPRACTORS SMTffi SmftTriuid Juno B. you aro sick nnd want to regain health, take spinal adjustments and set well. Consul- taUon free, Office 111 residence, 903 7th Ave. S., opposite Model Bak' ery. hours 3.30 to 5; 7 to 9. Phone 1C77. 145-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Vi Haarlem's Privato Hospital and Maternity Homo. Sepolal rates giv- en on application. 1224 7th Avenue South. Phono 746. PRIVATE HOSPITAL M. and I'. PhlHins, graduate nurses. 704 Ctb Avo. South. Phone 318. 47-0 DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat, ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsominlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing.- Estimates given. The oldest established Pnlu'iers in Lethbridge. Hcs. Phone 1472; office phone 17C2, Sherlock Bldg., Loth- -bridge. Alta. "ETJUCATIONAL MISCELLANEOUS WANTS one month. 2 furnish- ed rooms suitable for light housekeep- ing. Apply Box A, Herald. 202-0 WANTED TO PURCHASE Have you anything for sale. 1 will nay cash for second-hand goods of any kind: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Call at M. Moscovich, 2nd Hand Store, 71G 3rd Ave. South, or phono 1457. 175-26 SITUATIONS WANTED sale provided by the Land Titles Act and under a certain mortgage whic.l will be produced at the time of the ,'salc, all that portion of the North East Quarter of Section 24 in 0. j i-ltauao n West ov 4iu Meridian which is not covered by the waters of 'a certain surveyed lake as snovm on Desk 26, Dept'of Natural Resources! I WANTED-Man and wife for harvest land threshing. Apply W. B. Barnes, Enchant. Alta. or phone Enchant Cen- C.P.R., Calgary, Alta. WILSON. 4 SKEITH, Local Agents. i Sherlock Building. Lethbridge. tral. 203-6 LOST. AND FOUND Going to Europe LOW RATES VIA THE Donaldson Line Large comfortable steamers sailing from Montreal. Saturnia ............Aug. 16 Cassandra............Aug. 22 Athenia..............Sept. 9 Tickets and other information from any railroad or steamship agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. suitable reward paid for information leading 23, West of the 4th Meridian which is not covered by any of the waters of the Belly River as shown on said plan o( survey, in the Province of Alberta, will maud for coke in the immediate vicin- ity it would not pay to coke the coal for the recover of Ammomium Sul- phate alone for a by-product Reason- PIIR1in able terms. Original report will he offered for sale by PURLK. intending purchasers. Ap- Hat. o 202-2 Harvest Work Men wishing to work in har- vest fields should come to Leth. bridge between 15th and 25th of August. WE GUARANTEE WORK AT GOOD WAGES J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE CORRESPONDENTS WANTED Cprfcipondents wanted to contri- bute news regularly to the Leth- Herald from Coleman, Mi- chel, Gran urn, Claresholm, Csr- Grasty Lake, Burden, Cowlty, Milk River, New Dayton, Port most, Lucky Strike, CouUs, Coulee, Coalhurit. jrxpiaintd by writing Editor, The Herafu, Leth September, A.D., 1916, at 12 o'clock Inoou- The vendor is informed that tho I above property consists of acres, (more or less, situate 10 miles from) Lethbridge and 2 miles from KiPB i Station and Post Office. Tho Vendor i is also informed that the land con- tains the following 1 m p r o v e- i ments: a one story house, on a cement foundation with shingle roof, a two-stores- stable, aud small out-buildings, the buildings all beinK well above the average farm building. The land is a.ll fenced except along the river front. The soil is chocolate loam with gravel and clay sub-soil. .The property will be sold subject to a reserve price and subject to the taxes, for the current year and to the reservations and conditions contained in the original grant from the Crown or appearing upon the existing Certifi- cate of Title: also subject to any statu- tory charges registered subsequent. to the date qf the sale for seed grain I or other relief, if any. Terms of Sale Terms of sale to be 20 per cent. cash at the time of the sale, lhe bal-1 i ance within .30 days thereafter, eith-i i er all cash or part thereof, namely, j j by mortgage at S per cent, per aiiTlum, payable, ?200.09 on the 1st Only in each ot the years 1917. 19T9 and 1920 and the. balance of on the. 1st July, 1921. Other terms and conditions fo be made j known at the time of lhe sale. i Latest Olds Model, never been used For further particulars apply to :hy FOR SALE OR RENT Those desirable store premises formerly occupied by-the' Bent- ley Company will be leased at a very moderate rental to a suit- able tenant or will be sold on easy terms. A dividing wall will be erected if necessary, on the ground floor. Apply CONYBEARE, CHURCH, McARTHUR DAVIDSON, PHONE 711. FOR KALE 15 H. P, Olds Gasoline Engine, hopper cooled with tank cooling equipment extra. .rter red cow right horn off, branded with Pound Sterling, plus and minus sighs on left ribs, monogram M E. with straight bar over on left also one red yearling heiier, muley with no visible brands. W. H. Jr., Coaldale. 203-2 TO RENT FOR furnished large front rooms suitable for light house- keeping. Close in. Apply 515 7th St. S. 202-1 TO roomed Cottage. Ap- ply to E. Marks. 624 3th St. S. 203-6 TO fully modern house, large rooms, well furnished, with use of piano. Terms very reasonable. Ap- ply (114 6th St. So. 20o-6 undersigned: Lent, .Jones. MfivKay Mann, Bar- risters, Grain Calgary, Sol- icitors (or the Vcmlor. Dated at Calgary, Alberts, this 2tilh day of A.D., Approved: A. Kfnniiird. Deputy Registrar. Ad. suitable for feed mill or eleva- tor. WESTERN CANADA LUMBER CO. Box 189 Lethbridge Phone 516 DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. P. R. Freight Shut, PHONES: OTflco........... 11M DO YOU com? The Grace Coal Mine is how prepared "to take of 'all 'orders PHONE 125O The quality It tin belt. Delivered, ton At mine 73.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS by stenograph- er with some experience. References. Apply Box 10, Herald. 201-0 SITUATION' binder man wants position in harvest Held. State wages. Address Box 47 Herald. 203-2 and wife, together, or separate, want job harvest and thresh- ing, or wife cook, man flunkey: on large outfit. State highest wages. Dennis, 603 oth Avenue West, Calgary, Alta. 199-0 iARBUTT BUSINESS 411 Sth St. S., Lothbridge. Open all summer. Special hours July and August. Day school. S a.m. to 1 p.m. Night school, Monday and Thurs- day, 7.30 to 9.30. (Ask to have our credit plan explained to 171-0 KING EDWARD'S SCHOOL For Girls and. young Boys, Cranbrook. B. C. -Pupils prepared for examin- ations. French taugiit by Parisienue, Excellent Music, Dancing and Draw- ing; also Dressmaking. Shorthand, Typewriting and Bookkeeping, Com- fonable home. Write for prospectus to Miss Charington, Pleadraistress. WELDING OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING Tho modern method of uniting metals by heating without hammering or compression. If it's metal we can wold it. The piece will be strongest where it is welded. W. N. Kuth, 321 Cth Street South, next to Herald. 40-0 WELDING and Forgings and reinforced. We conduct a general Oxy-Acetylene Gas Weld- ing shop. 1266 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison Mills. R Bossert, Box 369. 19S-0 p.m. Olflco 914 Third Avoiiuo Phono 1253. Phones: Office 341, Ha poiiitmcnt. sidencc 59: ORS. CONNOR, MeNALLV 4 JAMIE 109 Sherlock Block Telephones: Office 31D; 019, Office hours: 11 to 12 a. m.; 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A., siciaa, Surgeon, Accoucher, 1324 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4; 7 to 8. Phono 476. DENTAL OR. M. J. graduate of lioyal College of Denial Surgeona Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Hoomi 5 aud 6, Bryan Block. Phono 1071, DR.. L. T. to Drs. Courtlco a uate University of Maryland. Room) S and 9, Macdonaid Block. 1105, Lethbridge, Alta, DRS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart 'and Mo- Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office, Hig' Inbotham Block. Phono 374. DR. E. G. mem her of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Hoyal College o( Physicians L-.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Higlnbotham Block. Phone 1616. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fettcriy Leading Funeral Director and, Embalnier; also agent for the Somerville Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo- site Court House. Phone 561. Re- sidence 284 7th Ave. S., Phone 1176, Open day aud night. S. Y. Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 1802. Open night and day. BUILDING BUILDING, PLASTERING CEMENT WORK. Repairs a specialty. Any- thing from tile foundations to the last toat of paint. Let us-figure on your wants. Special attention given to country Co., 1S21 6th Avenue S. 203-6 MUSIC FARM PRODUCE BALED HAY AND of all kinds. Carloads or less. Inquire for quotations when buying or sell- ing. "We are in touch with the best markets. Storage space for rent. Excellent basement for perishable goods. T. O.-Hyde Co. Phone 1244. P. O. Box 112. SHOE-REPAIRING SHOE 1717 for your shoe repairs. Woik done promptly. Orders called for and delivered. Frank Miles, 611 4th A.vemie South. TENDERS be received by the undersigned for the putting up of 400 tons of Bluejoint hay. J. L. Tho- j niat'z, Coaldale. Alta. co. C.P.R. Farm. 201-fi PIANO TUNING TENDERS G. H. CR1PP3, EXPERT TUNER Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years', factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate Assn.. London, England.; Reference to the leading musicians q'f the, city. Phone 1168. Ave.'.'.A: I MISS AIUEEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supirvliion o! H. C. C. Salmon, of entered tor the examination of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic, London, Eng. This year 100 per cent, were Studio 623 9th street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of Piano, Harmony and Theory- Over ten years' teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with -black- board, key'aoard, scale ladder, modu- lating board, etc. Studio 1226 ath Ave. A. South. AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers in- tending selling their farm stock and implements, it will be to your In- terest to consult me as to terms, etc. Write or phone 1025. Residence 1421 Eth Ave. North, Lethbridge. FRANK you am contemplating; an auction sale ot your farming stock, or household goods and effects, consult Frank Waddington, Loth- bridge, who will fjive you expert eervice on reasonable terms. Twen- ty years' experience. TENDERS FOR STOCK OF MERCH- ANDISE, ETC. Tenders arc called for on the under- noted assets of The Hub Co., Limited. Raymond, Alberta, up to and .includ- ing August 12th. 1916. Dry Goods, Hats, and Caps, etc Boots and Shoes DYEING ANp CLEANING but every piece of work at Us best. Only tho most scientific methods applied without injury to garments. Our woric Is sure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 1812 Sixth' Street South. Hardware, Harness Crockery Groceries 825.1.1 Store Fixtures 1 team horses, delivery and harness 1 stable and lot..... rig 2fifU5 150.00 GUNSMITHS GUNSMITHS barrels straightened, guns restock- ed, gun work done by a gunsmith, keys made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. McDonald. Indian MotoroVcle- Agent, Phone 1032, 407 ota St..a. 192-0' Stock sheets can be seen .either, at the .Raymond store, or at the offices of the Canadian Credit Men's Trust Association, Limited, -Underwood block, Calgary. AH tenders to be ad- dressed to Tho Manager The Hub Co. Limited, Raymond, Alberta Terms cash, or half cash, balance thirty, six- ind ninety days, amply secured. The. highest or any tender not neces- sarily accepted. The Canadian Credit Men's Trust Association, Limited, Official As- signee, Calgary. o. 'SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC. TRICAL WORK W.L. McKenzic Co PHONE 637 V 718 3rd S. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDG.. OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD (Manager's) Residence SG5. Accountant's residence 1753. Inspectors at Le'thbridge, Coaldale. Raymond and Magrath. All hay piid for in full when loaded. No come' backs. Eventually you will kick yourself for not gelling your hay to us. Why not now? Money to Loan W. F. NELSONI CO., Alberta toaii Block, Lellibndge. .'Alberts NOTICE! To owners and occupiers of lands in Leilib'rldgo District ALL NOXIOUS WEEDS MUST BE CUT IMMEDIATELY Or prosecution must follow any neglect. By order, Ceo.. B. P. Dclany, Weed'Inspector. THE NURSI MISSION Provides' vlsitlnj nurses for mater- nity -and all uiudical a'nd surgical casf-a (except contagious arid-cbargcs according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor pr.tlnnts cared for free of charge. Graduate! nurses for private duty also piovided. For further panic- utare apply the Nursing Mis- sion. 41J HtS St S Phono 1233. (Mist) A. M. Tllley, Supervlior. (Miss) Cameron, Grad. Nurse J.Tr Matikeniie, Grad. Nurct HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON. Chartered Acatlia Building, 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge. Winnipee and Medicine Hat Everything in Accountancy, Au- dits, investigations, Books kept, or wrlHen-tip for Firms and Partnerships. SPECIALTIES Municipal. Lumber.1' Mining, .Manufacturing. Wholesale and Kotail .Accounting. Resident Parlnor, SOBT. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountnut (Scot.) THE WANT AU. PAOB GOES TO PI1ESS ISARLY. ADS, FOR THIS I'AOB MUST REACH THB IOFFICH BY ONE Q'CLQPW TP IN- f8Uni5 iNSRHTION ON THB 8AMB iUAV A3 DiJLlVEHED. ;