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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO t H B T H B RID G E DA 11Y H B K A t II THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17. I9H This Page is the ''BUSINESS OF xSQTJTHESRN s ALBERTA fby People who CpNTlNUEl) FROM Conservative standard at the next COAL RATES. 'The candidate also pointed out-the necessity of bettor rates on coal, so that Alberta could put her coal Into tho eastern markets cheaper than the p. S. mines. This would give tho miners here a full time shift, and help to solvb .tho.great problem- o( unemployment. Mr. Ball said' that the present Do- minion government was the tirst on Dominion election. He hail been to supply relict such as it had politics, he said, for many years ,his tg settlcrs. fmmia -from the and had had ambitions as a boy. "The position I find _ I provisions for their families, feed for myself in to-f their "stock, and seed grain.'Hc said one of the greatest gravity. j th t th governnient was taking Hnll 'Mini T wilt Hn mv i ,__j said Mr. Ball, "but I will do part if you will do yours. Any can- didate will make a failure if he hasn't tho people with him. ,ead in "supplying thoroughbred stock to tlm farmers. Much of this relief was credited, to the Provincial Governnient, and even to the sitting i trfc V i-. t.. wu.tniun.-iii., Telegraph in an editorial soye; Genoaus'-have informed Amor-, lea, with its coast line bn'.tho'Atlahtto, and Pacific, of many thousands of miles, that there is not a seaside vil- lage or-hamlet into which, If they .win, they will should it aeeni "well to them, pour eiplbstve shells fres thgtr uaval guns. .Kultur? -r "This power, ,whlch clairae ,to be carrying the standard-of world cul- ture, Issues a similar Tvarnine io other "The inbra'l :of the bombardment is tbnt hor back to the.wall I am the rtady Want to hilp you In meeting today'a nttcU of hutlneca and tilt household. ______ ______ _____ struck him in two or three places. His and cares not what the world may son, who accompanied him, vras also I think of her manner of maMng_ war." wounded in two places. The elder Wood said: "I was standing. In front of my house when a shell burst a few yards away, and fragments ricochatted from been whether a man resided cm the prairie or. in the Maritime provinces, he has same treatment." GOVERNMENT AID ,Mr. 'Ball brought to his hearers' at- tention the great importance oi ag- riculture to the west, and tee pres- ent government's interest in agricul- ture. He'mentioned the surveying of ..Alberta with" a view to' finding out the feas- ibjlity of irrigation. "I win take jthis matter up if elected, and use cverp possible energy. in endeavoring ftp get sufficient water on the lana to make the agricultural indus- prepared. THE G. E. F. OF ALBERTA Geo. Hoadley, M.P.P., of Qkotoks, "the Goo. E. Foster of "the farmers' man" as he was chris- soma oi the large questions oi the day, "from, a nqa-partisan sbaml- and remained there until all sounds of the bombardment had ceased, decided to leave town for a rest tion was -the most amicable and un- a window sill and hit 'both myself and ited of any that has ever been held little son. I took my famKy to the He did not look for a. change m gov- jn said he, "and it is cellar, we bound up the wounds for many years, as history i iust that .spirit that, will carry this had shown that whichever party held for u-s a majority equal to .the reins, it kept them for a period that now standing against us Mr. of from 15 to !S years. He then j Ball sajd that und no idea wheD .pointed out the advantage of. having ;tllE elections. would be held, but that a' representative at Ottawa in sym- a was. alwavs a good plan to be pathy with the government. oiir previous record we will be .judged, and on it will the issues be fought at the next election. The pres- eht government's treatment of the Canadian people generally has try more prosperous than it- is tho present time." at 3PECIA L MUSIC TONKJHT "It Is my Impression that the dam- age to the fine bouses along the wa- ter front was very heavy. The town scarcely a window pane left ''At the first sound of the firing our soldiers were ordered into trenches to prevent any. attempts land troops." ;v" v Drummer Kept Cool-. A commercial traveller, who smoked a cigar on. the porch of a hotel at Scarborough throughout the bombard- ment, said: -'Although there.was some The Daily Chronicle, in an editorial, stigmatizes the raid as "an infamous crime against humanity and against internationali lax raising ,iu acute form 1hV question as to whether the United States and other neutral sig- natories of The Hague- conventions can consistently with honor, fold their arms nnd look on calmly without pro- We I test while German savagery, tears I thosB conventions up." A'il the paper's express the opinion grant J the attack was of SIO.QOQ.UOO given in aid 'of asricul- j so S9oa thai-there, was no panic. ture and made the statement; that this had up among the various that'niuch of the agricultural education tteit was suits' engaged in'the attack, were evidently of small the dam- age done, by eacVahellVwaa confined to a- small area, wtiHe some1 of -the that the raid.will stimulate recruiting. OFFICIAL REPORTS" London, pec. 16, 9.32 fol- lowing is the official press bureau's statement of the German attack on the British coast: "This German cruiser force made demonstration upon the Yorkshire coast, in the courss o! which they shelled HartlepooJ, Whlt- by and Scarborough. "A number of their fastest ships PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGE 8UPERFLOU3 HAIR REMOVED K.M. Holm graduate of the Pennsylvania Orth padio Institute, Medical Massag and GymuaBtlcB Blecir cal Vibratory and Therapeutic Ligl Treatments, Electrolysis and Shai poolng Treatments given bj pointmont only. Room 1. Hull Bl_k_ PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Vn Haarlem's Private Hospital an Maternity Horns. Special rates gt en on application. 1224 7th Avenu South. Phone ART EMBROIDERIES ait, IWANTAB 3rd Ave. .between' 13th St N. and 19th St. jr., an Arnoer Rosary with gold cross; return were employed for the purpose, and I to 244.19th St. N. or People's-Drug dispensed wds directly atttib- cut W" in the buildings, passing on-harmlessly. utable to when it was credited to the Minister of Agriculture for the Province. NICE LITTLE BAIT Referring to the grain market con- ditions, he said the government had relieved this strain by establishing -terminal uleVa'tors. "We may. have more of them, and one will, r believe, be located right here in Lethbridge." THOSE NATURAL RESOURCES Sir. Hoadley said that many of the farmers in the Province at the pres- ent time were helpless. A large num- i ber of them-were learners, late .in life, and had not become acquainted with EXCURSIONS TO Vancouver, "Victoria, and New Westminister, B. C. S34.10 Hound trip from Lethbridge. Ticket! on Sale 10, t2; Jan. 15, li, 17, 18; Feb. 9, 10. 11. Return Limit April 30th, 1915. "Myhotel ipras struck: by several bul- lets, ,but _-nolibdy -injured.. One wrecked two .rooiqis, but.fortun- ately neither of them ivsa .occupied." Were-.-There h'arly 3 Another passenger -.from Scarbor- ough was iauBewIfQ, 'who said: "At glanced out bf my kitchen and saw. three .war- ships lying the hnrbor, a mile or two" otf shore.'. It n'ever oc- curred to me that they were'anythlng but British-'shipe, t so L-went quietly about my.-preparations for'breakfast, "About .I-hcard.the sound of guns, but paid ho ijarticular notice, SI Eet the necessary revenue. ,.j Kas' egss time. saw great holes m had its natural .re- lmked sources, there would be a source of Bpear infllcatlng revenue, and the province would the course the missile I was puz give more j ziBlj tor a moment, and then suddenly be in position The promise to that vmce should have its natural "re'sburc- realized that the "Germans were shell- Scarborough es was made, it is true, but whoever j "I tool the familv to tni cellar, had asked tor the mlfillmcnt of that n here v> e remained for an hour during promise? One man, a certain, R. B. I which one more shell struck the rool Bennett, nad gon'1 to Ottawa to re-, and fell into tie drawinffrppm, smash S. MITCHELL Ticket AQint, Lethbridjt. R. DAWSON, Clitriot Punngcr Agent, Calgiry. quest, it, Mr. Hoadley said that water was the first consideration in the "cam- paign for -mixed farming, and that it lad'beeE overlooked by nearly every- one "No one has ever seriously at- :empted to solve the said i the east coast He touched weed question, and oh the value of good roade. TRUE PATRIOTISM In closing, Mr Hoedley gave ing the furniture.- Another 'Shell ploughed up eur garden." Interest Raid a myriad of special ediUona of the afternoon pa- pers, London learned of the action on The news created ei- intonse but citement and not the slightest apprehension. There was an unprecedented de- CANADIAN PACIFIC Christmas and New Year Holidays Faro and for the round trip. Bltwten Al! Stltjant, Part Arthur to Vancouver mni branetiu. Going Dates, Dec. 22nd to Dec. 25th, and Dec. 30, 1914, to Jan. 1st, 1915. FINAL RETURN LIMIT JAN. 4' 1915 FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS AP PLY TO NEAREST AOENT, OR R. Dltirfct Passenger Calgary. _ mana for newspapers. The news tick- splendid interpretation of tne na- era, Tihich are very cjttenshely utll turn's place in the war, and a true teed nere, were surrounded all day In definition of'what constitutes true financial circles the .Sows was recetv- patnotasm Canada should ne as true ea calmly Thrymortbn street claim to the mother country as an indivi j fid it is the bull point for some dual should to his or her motier, Itlme Sucn was tfle conceonus of op- who Eas protected and guarded overiinion. so it n as true of the whole they remained about an hour on the coast. Eacaped En Fog "Th'ay were engaged by patrol ves- eia uii tuB-syot As soon as the pre- isence of the. qbtemy was reported, a British patrolling squadron, endeavor- ed to cut them off. On being; sighted by tha British vessels, the Germans re- tired at full speed, and, favored by the mist, succeeded iti making good their escape. "The losses on both sides were sinall, but full reports have not- yet been received. No Military Significance "The Admiralty takes the opportun- ity of pointing out that demonstra- tions of this character against nnfort- Ified towns or commercial ports, though' not difficult to accomplish, provided that a certain amount of risk is accepted, are devoid of military sig- Store, North Lethbridge. for Jlouraouth S D. No. 13.79, with. first class' certifi cate, giving experience, salary desir ed and reference to R. C. Harvie, Ray- mond, AHa. nificance. !They -n ime .-loss .of. 'life among'the civilj ppsjulatipn' arfdjaome. damage to which 'Is much to -Be) regretted, but .they must not in any way be to modify tha general-naval-policy which is be- ing pursued." LATEp OFFIOJAU London, Dec 16 11 55 p m of ficial nress bureau jate tonight issued the following, statement from tile "War Office regarding the'German raid; "At 8 .three, of. the ene- mies vessels wLire sighted off Hartle- pool, and at 815 they commenced a S. D. No. 27GC reaulrea male teacher holding second class certificate; duties to "commence Jan. 3rd, 1915. Apply, stating exper- ience and salary required and giving references to H. P. Ober, Sec.-Treas., Mayibutt, Alia. stiver chain with locket; beads on inside, between 2r.u Ave. and Hudson's Bay. Plnder return to Herald office. bay horse with halter on, weight about 1100. Harks on him; Both hind legs white about to ankle, Bharp shoes on front feet; black short shape tail. Reward ?5.'00.for return'to Joe Bublick, Diamond" City. SITUATIONS VACANT experienced and capaMe, family of three. Bhone :303 City. Apply general .servant at once Apply- St. South. i young NEEDLEWORK SUPPLIED. SONS Miss Filme Phone 7S3. .Uth -Ave. S. EDUCATJONAL KING EDWARD'S; brook. B. C. Headmistress. Miss V M. Cherrington. Boarding school to girls and young boys. Bracln mountain climate.: Pull High Schoo curriculum. Shorthand, Stenograph and Bookkeeping. Special attontlo given to Drawing, Painting, Sketch ins from nature, etc. Write fo prospectus. 257 STENOGRAPHY PUBLIC Brown, 415 6th St. S. Hours 10 tc 12; 1 to 5 or by appointment. Tele phone 1IJGC. Residence 720.' 299-1 ELECTRICIAN W. L. McKENZIE 4 Co. Electrica Dealers and Contractors. Phono C37 706 Third Avenue South. ______ FARM PRODUCTS HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES 4 GRAIN retail. Phone write or wire us for special carload quotations. The LethbridgB Wey burn Co., Commission Aler chants and Implement .Dealers, 1262 1st ATO. S., 'Lethbridge, Alberta Thone U'73. TAILOR AND FURRIER' J by a- woman. Phone 1765. FURS CLEANED, dressed-and alter- ed and repaired.' Cleaning, pressing and repairing '-of'nir Special attention given to out of town ord- ers, feults made to' measure; "D The 4iO'5th St.- S. Phone 1B66. 294-H) bookkeeper desires position, four years' experience in Al- bombardment The fehifis appeared to berta wnll accept'position now or her offspring That Canada is doing cili this in a aohle manner, was Mr Hoadley's opinion T; TWEEDIE T; M. Tweedie confined his address to an appeal on behaU of-the Red Cross .Society, the Patriotic Fund, and the Belgian Relief fund He re- ferred to Canada's. part in the war, with a resume''of-the causes which tc it, and concluded by paying an eulogy to the British statesmen who had showed themselves so strong in the crlsil large crowd Attended, and at the hob Arouaed England has -been determined this war, but has shown lit tie ferocity. This east coast event will arouse the whole nation to a pitch of anger hitherto unknown. Newspaper.. Comment The Pali Mall Gazette says 'It is w orth two armv corps to tbo new army. 'Prightfullness' will pro- duce no effect oh the 'nerves "of the country. This ..outrage on humanity will arouse. a cold-ang-er in the hearts ana ab h close of the meeting, the eiecutive met and discussed matters pertaining to the- organization of the constitu- ency. of the sturdy men jn tnc Those have hesitated "will hesitate no To a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE TaWeto Druggists refund money if t fails to cure, B TO GROVE'S nature is on each box 25c CANADIAN PACIFIC CANADIAN PACIFIC Excursions to Eastern Canaaa, Great Britain and United States TICKSTS To EASTERN CANADA and UNlTEDlSTATEft to Dec. 31, 1914 Three ijjonths) M' '3 TO GREAT BRITAIN. Dally to'Dtc, 31, 1914 (LJmit Five Months) EVERY FACILITY FOR A TRIP IN COMFORT Standard and Tourlit Slaeplng Cara; Observation Cars, Excellent Dining Car Service A FEW FARES UNITED STATES EASTERN CANADA Toronto, Hamilton, Sarnla and Moatreftl. Belleville, Kingston ind Ottawft 967.80 St John and Moncton HaHftwc..........188.35 Low fftrtt to other points Sir iniuoi-s, Missouri, Nebraska, Eutern Catiada. And Wiscohsm CANADIAN PACIFIC AGENTS Rcprttent ALL STEAMSHIP LINES Further infonDaUOft M mJl excunlooB from B Mitchell, Depot or R. DAWSON, Calgary. Minneapolis and St. Duluth Kansas CHr......... ,Low to other points in Although some disappointment is exnre sgd at thp German raldera sue ceedmg In getting no dis-posi tion Is London morning papers to criticise the Admiralty or the governing authorities On the con trary some papers strongly deprecate any unreflecting clamor for increasing the North Sea patrols, and Insist that German action should hot Influence the strateErj of tne naval staff which must be directed toward defeating the I German high- seas fleet whenever and wherever opportunity offers. The pa pers express great, satisfaction that the German raid entirely If its object was to terrorize the English people Attack! Undefended Towns They contend, indeed, thai the only result would -be 'to-strengthen the navy In its determination to .defeat the German navy, which attacks unr defended towns and.-fires, oil :wpraen and children. "The' bombardment" of' Whitby; Scarborough and hardly strikes us an an operation of war, aays the Morning Post, which argues that attacks on undefended towns ard against all the principles of .warfare. Germans Mead Cheering "As to the object of the German adds the paper, "It pro- bably has been for the'.purpose of let- ting tha Gorman people hear that some damage has b'een' done -to per< :oni! and property In .England, anil they certainly will bb. delighted and encouraged by knowing that the Gc? man ships crossed'the North Sea. and shelled English towns tt will be proof to them that the British uavy not command the Nortli Sea Let 'Em rignt "Bui the British naw dow not pre tend to command the North Sea. Its be 'two battle'.cruisers 'and .one ar- mored cruiser. "The land batteries replied; and are reported to have hit'and damaged "the enemy. Soldiers Killed "At 8.50 the firing'ceased; and the enemy steamed away: None of "cur guns were touched One shell fell In :he Royal Engineers' 'lines; and sever- al in the lines of the 18th Service Bat- talion of the Durham Light Infantry, The casualties among the. troops am- ounted to 7 killed and 14 wounded. "Some damage, was-done, to. the town; and the gas works were set on fire During the bombardment, especial ly. in West Hartlepool, ;the: people crowded into the streets, and approxf niately '22 .were killed and '50 wound- ed. Off Scarborough At the same -time; a battle cruiser and an armoured cruiser appeared off Scarborough, and fired shots which "caused considerable damage, and .about Jan. 1st? S Excellent references TRACTION SCHOOL 306 Herald-office. at once, for city work; must be of good address Regular remuneration to suitable man. Apply Box 32 Herald. and women to learn the barber trade; wages while learn ing; tools furnished, graduates make big' money. Catalogue free. Moler Barber College, 604-A Centre Street, Calgary, Alta. TO KENT TO rooms, .520 per month. Co house, eight R. V. Gibbons TO house, fully equipped and ready to occupy. Will rent for board and room. If interest ed'Phone 1402 or 1338 after G p.m. 6-0 TO rooms; clean, warm; only few ?5.QO month Get yours before they are gone. At Whitbv two battle cruisers tired i J sulte !ieht housekeeping, rooms with some shots, doing.' damage (to build- ings. Casualties as. 'reported: Two killed and two Yfoundad. No Panic "At all three places there was. an entire absence of and. the de- meanor of the people was everything that could'be desired." CHANGE OF DATE All Knights of Pyth- ias and D. O. K. K.'s take notice that a meeting will be held this on Thurs- day, December 17th, instead ot Wednesday December 16th. W. S. Shovei, E.V. A M Ritchie, Sec. gas, very reasonable. St: South. Apply 329 llth TO in Strathcona Court, -fully modern, including gas range and all conveniences. Apply C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Blk. FOR SALE 18 head ef Thoroughbred boulllet Rams In good condition for farted fug v Price per head See or write: R. C. Harvey and Dealer in Sheep- RAYMOND, ALTA. .TO Ihe Victoria.'Mansiqna, furniahed bedroom ulth bath, 110 per month, which includes free use of Eommiinity kitchen and laundries ,if tiesired Apply to the Mansions'office Srd Ave. and 10th St. South. Phone ;36 TO modern eight room- ed'house; well situatecl, fire place, full basement, four large ibedrooms, all in gqod repair. J23 per month. Apply C B.-Bowman Agency. f-WtSH TO RENT my residence for One year, furnished or unfurnished. Phone-A. LEARX to run a tractor right, in the Tractor School at shops of Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Co. where Twin City Tractors and Bull Tractors are built. Next ternrbegins Jan. 4th and continues 30 days. Other terms Feb. 3th aiid March 16th. Tuition J15.00. Write for catalog and application blank. Minneapolis Steel -.Machin- ery Co., 29th and :Mlnnehaha Are, Minneapolis, Minn.1 SITUATIONS WANTED housework by ex- perienced young woman. Apply Box 42 Herald office. MEDICAL I DR. W. OALBRAITH-r-Pliyslclan Surgeon, Accoiicher. Hours p.m.. .Offlco 914 .Third A.venuo Phono 1253. DR. Sherlock Block. Residence 1266 Sixth avenue. Ofllco hours 11-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. OHlce phono 313; Residence 1090 DR. C C CRAGG Physician, Sur- geon, Accoucher. Offlco at residence corner 6th Avenue South and 7th Street South. Hours: 8-D, 1-3; 7 to Phono 1208. DR. Eye, Nose, and Throat: Dominion Building. Offlco hours 10.00 to 12.00; 2-5; evonlngs, by appointment. Phones, .Offlco 341, Residence 693. DR. M. J. jMduata oi Koynl Collcgo of Dental Surgeons Toronto, and holder of 'a Dominion Dental Certificate. Offlco: Rooms 6 and 6. Bryan -Blotlr. Ptions 1071. DR- t; T. (successor to Drs. Courtice uate University of Maryland.-'Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 'Aita. ORS. MARHt, ANO to Drs. Stewart and Mc- Clore. Hours: 9 to 6.' Offlcs. Hie- Inhotham Block. Phonn 874- DR.lro ber of Royal of Surgeons. Licentiate Royal College ot (Ixmdonl L-.D.S. 190J Hours: 9-12; l-S. Offlco: S-J botham Block. VIA VI ,h VIAVI (The Herlial System of Treatment for Nervousness, ete.) Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 pm daily1 10 to 4 Saturday, .or by.appointment. Mss E. 5. Cook. PIANO TUITION FOR 7tll .AV PIANO-Orlando Kar. lin Xorth. PIANO TUNING G'J' EXPERT TUNER- Plarer-Plano anfi Organ 20.years factory eJtpertence. Hon- ours Certificate.MT. Assn. LoodoD. tnelana... Reference to the leadlnc musicians of the city. Phone 13W Hth Aye A South SURVEYING JUFF (Wra Jf BJ. BASe, Dominion AI- titrM Inrtd gnrrrror; Donalt A. Duff. Mm tint- civil enelneorlnr and land irar- Solte SOS Sherlock .Bid; AUCTIONEER L. ini) oitr Llcenied Auctioneer. Of kinds conducted on reaiocable Live .ni farm Office the Co., tit ISth St. Nortll Phonn 1088. .Ttealdence Phono BUS. mt the Letnirlilee- Miscellaneous for Sale FOR SALEr-Phone 1552, Lethbridge Feed and Sale Stable. We have cash buyers for horses, 'stock, cattle and wagons, buggies, etc. FOR "fixtures and window fixtures Jnstalled-ih: store formerly occupied by J. T. Pelts, 3rd Ave. Ap- ply at store at once. FOR iron ranges, SI AMply 412 nown and per week Avenue S FOB JJ250; timothy- lfa mixture, 514; timothy S15 Buy direct from the through their sales office, Faro feroducts Limited, Phones SOD and 1017'. Box 1858, Leth- bridge COAL, g, o, D. NUT, per ton LUMP, per tonV Delivered In'twd ton loads, full weight given PHONE '1583 TO, in private house; board also given. Apply Box 14 Her- ald- oftice. Dec. 15th, 13th SL S, eight room fully modern house with stable and garage. per month N'i-D. Peat Co., -Mac- donald Block. FOIl a Rooa room modern conveniences, steam beat ehower oaths, fluuge. etc., apply Y M r A MISCELLANEOUS buy small house or shuck to move; must be cheap. Ad- dress Box 18 Herald. fresh milch cows. Write J. R. Santllmni. Coalhurst. AHa. or Phone Coalhurst, by 11 ore-lock 'purchase 6 or 7 room ibiise in North Lelhbrldge; must ake three lots as Hart payment; will assume a loan. Apply Box (M3, City Post Offlce. Mar tin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cartful mi Prtrnpt Service T. 8. Sonera! Director and Emhalmer, agent for the SomnrvIIle Marble fe Granite Works, of Calgary Offloe opposite Court Honm Phone Hejl- 284 7th S. Phone 1175. and rilsht WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND Wholesale and retail All varieties hay timothy, bint Joint mired nnland hay. eat hir and atraw. earloadu a (neclaltT Btoittgw for houiehold etc. for rent Hrdo snj Pnnndpni corner Sn1! mn J-{ q O Por 11flT 1044 FURRIER FURS REMODELLED, drcjnM and rleaned tWorfc pjiaranteed Please let us have orderr aa soon as pos< Bible David Scott, Bentlcy Com panv FLO.BI8T' t PRAYING Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R. Freight Shcdt' PHONES Office riffice Stablet 1163 468 1664 FRACHE BROS: Ealo and Retail Designs. Bonuuets ,Cnt Plants and Hot House Vegetables. Plione Cjioos ACCOUNTANT1 W D ef IniH- stttute of Charler-d AcrmmUnts o! Enpland rfrd iWtilee, and Qf In tiite of CTianerefl AccoyrtMnU tn Alhrrtj TIM" T W, A Chartered Winnipeg Mcdlelna Hal A.-cmmtaocy ID all Audit, Ad- visory. SystematlzInB; and Trust Vf'uflf, tisatlina. Liquidaflons. Acadla Building." L.thbrldo" RMldtnl R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON. 'Chartered Acecuntant ;