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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta E AGE TWO -mttutrntt THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1914 ! Notice to Contractors Tenders lor the Construction of a Water SyBtem for the City of Cran-brcjok will toe received at tlie ofllc* of the imdersignfed on or: "before the 30tji �a.v of June; 1914. Bpeclfication, and, form of tender, )nay be obtained upon application. The lowest or any tender not noces-karlly aooepted. T. jr. ROBERTS, Ko. S. City Clerk. schedule "a" MORTGAGE SALE FURStTANT to tlie Order of His llonor Judge Jackson, made the l^st day of Jlay A.D. 193 4 in a certain action wherein Western Canada Lum-her Company, Limited, Is the Plaintiff, and Albert H. George, John F. Horsey nnd Cumniing and Cimiming are Defendants, the following lands iu the Province of Alberta,, namely: The North-West quarter of Section 17. Township 11. Range 22, West cf (lie Fourth Meridian, will be offerod for sale subject to a mortgage for $1300.-00 ^v1th interest at S% lu favor of the A'ortiiern Trusts Company, dated Jan-nary 3rd, 3 911, by public auction on Saturday, the 20th day of June A D. 3914 at 12.00 noon at the Court House in the City of Lethbridge. Sale to be subject to a reserved bid to be fixed by the Court-There is said to be situate on the Eaid lands a brick house 24x26 vrtth 14 foot n-all. Terms and conditions i^ill Ije made known at the time of sale or can be ascertained from the Auctioneer or the undersigned Solicitors.  s. The sail lands are situate four and one half miles from Nobleford Poist Office. Jlalcolm Young, Auctioneer. SHEPHEIRD & DUNLOP, Lethbridge, Alberta, Solicitors for the Plaintiff. >K0. T. LETHBRIDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 51. Painters and Decorators TENDERS marked "Tenders for Repairs" will be received by the undersigned up till noon Thursday, June, 25th Inst, for the work to be done In the renovating of the various schools of the above district. . � Specifications and other. Information may be obtained on application to Mr. Geo. Jennings at the Jlanual flYalnlng School, 5'h Ate. S. An accepted cheque for 10% of the emount cf tender must accompany each tender, under the usual conditions. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. JOHN H. FLEETWOOD, 159-5 Secretary-Treasurer. NOTICE win thep�r*on ttt persons who are sending anonymous letters to G. T. Anderson �.nd Wife pia�s0 cotne Jor-ward and challenge them openly. Aay more letiers received from same\parfy will,bo destroyed unopened. . G. T. ANDBRSON. Lethbridg*, June'23, 1914. 163-1 THtO PAQE aOE8 TO PRESS. AT 12 VSPLOCK NOON. CLASSIFIED A&8 MUST BE DELIVERED BY THIS HOUR TO ENSURE INSERTION SAME DAY AS ORDERED.' NOTICE POSTPONEMENT OF SALE WILD HORSES Notice is hereby given that tlie sale of Stray and Wild Horses, which was announced to take place at Stand Oft cm June 30th, 1914, has been indeiflnlte-ly postponed owing to a decision of the Health of Animals Branch of the Department of Agriculture at Ottawa, to retest all females for Durlne, and it Is not, therefore, thought adrtsable to make two sale*. *' W. F.. STSnTlNS, Live Stock CommlMioner and Special Cbmmiasioner for advertising and selling stray and �n1ld horses found on the Blood Indian Reserve. 1�4-1 Steamship Ticket Dffice SAFETY SPEED . SPLENDOR; Canadian Pacific Royal'Mall. Stewnara Allan Line Royal Mall Steamers. French Line to Havre. White Star Naw York and Canad ian service. Cunard Line, New York and Ccdad ian service. Canadian Northern Koyal Mall Steamers. Donaldson Lin* to GlaBfow. Anchor Line to GlasEow. North German Lloyd. Hamburg -American and ell othar Lines. Largest and Fastest Steamers; chwapeat faaes; direct sailing. Ant werp and Hamburg connections, Cior monitz, Krakan and all other Contiit' eai�l points. Buy your tickets where you get your train. S. B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. ! SITUATIONS WANTED WANTBD-^Work of any kind by a steady, reliable man. Apply 429 lOlh St. N. Phoha 1850. lS6-^x WANT\ED--SUu8tlon for useful girl 14 years; In TBBjiisctBble houKbi to help in house ivork and stay all night. Apply Box 3 Herald office. 169-f. For Sale or Exchangs FOB SALE-Three lots, 39, 40, 41, in Block 3, Part i. facing east on Mc Kay Street, (clear title) or would consider praposition for exchange on 6 or 6 room raoden cottage. Apply Box 300 eHrald office. 0.x FOB SALE OR EntCHANGE-A bai^ gain sale on a Mogul 46 h.p., 8 bottom plowj, Avery 36-60 Separator, cook car, all In first class shape; will consider clear title to olty gr farm property or live stock as jxart paymeat. Apply. Owner, Herald Box 26. 161-26 LOTS POK SALE OR BXCHA>JQ&^ Two lots on 18th St. S. near 6th Ave. car line, also 1 lot near Galt>r*lth School. Owner will sell separately on easy terms at a sacrifice. Would con-elder piano asi part payment if price is reasonable. 414 13th 9t S., Phone 1162. 164-6 FAI� TENDERS WaNTIoD-Young uianTnga 17 wants poaltion as heljior iu office or store, eitlier dry goodfV or groceries, hot ex perleu-ied but y�rir iikely^i,young man has had experien-fM�n and'^^wdfc want pcsP tlon on a farm, experienced, no child Herald Box 9._163-6 WANXBIJ-PoslUou on ranch or farm by married couple; man thoroughly experienced witli stock, machinery and all farm work; wife good cook. P. O. Box 453 (Jity. 1G3-6 WANTBD-Poslaon on fa*in by man and wife. Ml&n e.\perienced in all branches of farm work; wife good cook. Apply Box 3i> Herald. 164-6 FOR S.ALEI-Registered Berkshire Boars for sale, any age, from prize winning strain. Fred Mosedalo, Jr., Warner. 1G4-12 SITUATIONS VACANT ] WANTED-A Benorni servant. Apply Mrs. W. P..Lindsay, R, N. W. AI. P. Barracks^ betvfeon 7 and 9. l&O-0 1^ Miscelliineous for Sals J FOR SALE-Furniture, 6 hole range, waterfront; bookcase, bed and s^p^ing8 chairs and kitchen utensils, 11 chicks, 37 hena, 2 roosters, hen 'house 12x16. Call 966 11th St. S. 163-6 FOR sale;-One used upright piano In mahogany icase, good full ton� and guaranteed by us. Alason and Risch liimited.___164-6 Fdh SAJLE CHEAP-Two good second hand organs, �, snap and easy payment*. Mason ft Risch Ltd. 164-^ FOR SAIjS-Piano, upright Grand, nearly new In first class condition. Will sell on terms if desire. Apply Box 27 Herald. 161-6 FOR SjVLE-Two Dain power list, rear hitch buckjakes in working order. $25 forth* two. Phone R 704, B. S. Pawson. Coaidale, Alta. 159-6 FOR SALE>-Odd lots of lumber, windows, doors ana building material a( less than wholesale prices. Apply 1319 1st Ave. North. 160-6 WANTED-Capable general, seryant by July Ist. .\pply Mrs. A. Hayr, 1516 7th Avenue SouUi. �. .. -158-6 WANTED-Assayer wanted for coiU analysis. Apply stating salary to Supt., Corbtn Coal & Coke Co., Cor-ibiu, B. C. .__169- WuvNTSI>--Dprneatlc help for good plain cooking and house work. Sleep out. Apply Box 7 Herald. 160-6 WANTSB-BrIckiayers at once, work guaranteed for four months; 70c iper hour. Apply Wellington Bros,, Sher- lock Building.___162-3 WANTED-At once j-espectablo young girl to net as companion, very little work. Apply after 8.30 evenings', 309 lath 3t. North. 163-1 r TO BENT IF IT IS YOUR INTENTION of rent Ing either a furnished or unfurnished cottage or apartment dO not finally decide until you have called up Fred. W. Downer, tihe owner of the best selection of centrally located homea and apartment blocks in tlie city. He can positively suit you. Apply to Victoria Mansions Office, Third -Ave. S. 168-0 TO RE5NT-Fully modem fuirnlahed house. .Apply Mrs. f. Hick, 604 6th Street South. 163-6 TO RENT-Fumiahed 8 roomed fully modern house with gas, lawn and shade trees for summer months, or would lease for year to careful tenants. Apply Mrs. McCambly, 639 6th St. South. 161-6 TO RENT-In the Victoria Manelons. furnished single rooms with bath; also fuj-nished suites of rooms by the day, wee*: or month. .Apply to Mansions Office, Third Avenue s., Olty. 188-0 fo RENT-Four furnished rOoms in 5-roomed fullj' modern bungalow; ?20 per month. Apply 408 12th St. B North. , 160-6 on. W. s. QALBRAITH-Physician. Surgeon. Aocouoher. Hours 2-8: 7-8 p,in. Office 914 Third Avenuo, Phone i2E8. DR. McNALLY-109 Sherlock Block. Reaidence 1266 Sixth Avenue. Oftloa hour* JI-12; 1-3; 7-8.30. Office phone 8ti>; Beaidance 1090. 0�. 6. 0. CRAOQ-Phyeician, Bur-K�on, ,Accnuoh�r. Offlco at realflence comer Btb Avanua South and 7th Street SoqtJi. Houra: S-Sj 1-3; 7 to 8.80. Phona UsflR. OR. M. J. QIB80Nrt#Bntist. grutfiiate of Royai Coljege ;#OeRtal Siirg^ons Toronto, and' htA^V. of a Dotoihlon Dental Certlflcato. . Offlce: Sopms t ond �. Bryan Block. Phone 1071. 'R;^TAYLOR-..Ear, Eye, Noaa and laroat; Dominion Building. Offlca houra 9,30 to 12; 2.5; t-.-nnings by appointment. Phonea. ottlcc 841; realdenca 693. DR. J. E. LOVER INC-Physician and 8ur�aon. X-Ray equipment. Corner 8rd Avonua and 8tb SWeet. (Or, Mewburn's old stand.) Phone 1242. Office hoiira. ii to U: l to 3 and 7 to 9. (OSTEOP^HIC PHYSlCIAiTl OH. L, B. MASON-.lfembar of OoJ lege PhyaiciaM and Surgeona, Albert*, amtt, smg. shenoct uidg. Phone 1414. CHIROPRACTIC >. W. SINCLAIR-Dr. of Chiropractic Consultation and examination free. Rooms 1101 2nd Avenue S. Hours 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. 153-12 [ PRIVATE HOSPITAL ] Tenders will- be reiceived by the undersigned up. to Saturday night, June 27,-1914, fdr the privilege of selling refrestinfcms on the Grand Stand and in the Paddock during fair time. Tenderer will provide a cash Tegis-. tar and the Fair will supply a Cashier. � Tisndar-JriU be on a percentage basis of the total' amount. taken in. Further Information can be obtain^ ed from J. W. -McOTCOL, log-6 Manager, LETHBRIDGE POST OFFICE TIME TABLE (Effective After Juni'1st, 1914) ' ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS DUE TO ARRIVE -AT POST OPHCE FROM: East-4.40 a.m., daily. East-2.20 p.m., dallj-, e.xcept Sunday. West-12.35 p.m., dally. '^^est- 3.00 p.m., daily, except Sunday. North-1.65 p.m., daily, except Sunday (Aldersyde Brancli.l ^onth-5.35 p.m., daily, except Stmday, (Coutts Branch.) South-9.45 a.m., daily, except Sunday, tCardston Branch.) Royal View, Stafford, Hardleville-10.30 a.m. dally except Sunday (Stage line) Sundial, Turin, Iron Springs, Optic-4.00 p.m., Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday (Stage Line.) M.4.ILJS CLOSE AT POST OFFICE FOR: East-12.30 noon, daily, except Sunday. East- J.30 p.m., daily, except Sunday; registered mail at 6.00 p.m. West-3.30 p.m., daily, except Sunday (Via Jiacleod.) West-10.00 p.m., daily (Registered mail at 6.0U p.m. except Sunday.) North-r-3.25 p.m., daily (Registered mail at 3.30 p.m. except Sunday.) South-7.15 a.m., dally (Registered mall at 7.00 a.m. except Sunday.) Cardston-4.30 p.m., daily, (Registered mail at 4.30 p.m. except Sunday.) Royal View, Stafford, Kardieville-10.30 a.m., dally, (Registered mail at 10.00 a.m. except Sunday.) Sundial, Turin, Iron Snrings, Optio^6.00 a.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (ReKlst^ired mail evening previous-6 p.m.) Lethbridge P. O., May 31st, 1914. E. N. HIGINBOTHAM, Postmaster. Transfers Agreements Legal Forms Check Books Listing Blanks At the Herald Job Oept. �Herald Quality is a Herald of Business" FOR S.ALB-Brand new set Stod"-dard's Lectures^ best leather binding, cost $68; will sell for $45. Box 33, Herald ofBoe. ' 162-6 FOR SAJ-J5-Doherty pianos. Branch office, 20 Dominion Building. W. H. Chamberlain; Agsoit. 162-5 LOST-FOUND STRAYED-GTfey mare, eight years, branded EC on, left shoulder; also bay geldJng branded W3 on right hip. Write Vine, iLethbridge. 164-6 TO RENT-^Fully modern seven roomed house, close in. Will give year's lease at $28.50 par month. Apply Phone 720._167-0 TO BENT-1813 1st Ave A NortEI fully modern 6 room house. Apply Alberta Loan & Investment Co. 157-0 TO RENT-On July 7th one of the bungalows in Strathcona Court will be vacant. For all partlculara apijly to C. B. Bowman Agency, Acadia Blk., City. 152-0 TO RENT-Fully modem house, all painted and papered since last occupied. Large garden plot comer 7th Ave. and 12th St. See owner, D. H. Elton, Phone 490 or 1623. 132-0 LAND FOR SALE nadian Pacific Railway Townsites Enchant Travers Lomond Sale of lots ill the above named towns ^�ill be held on THURSDAY, JUNE 25 These towns are all situated on the Retlaw-Blackie Branch. Price lists; and plans can be had upon application to the Sales Branch, Department of Natural Resources CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, CALGARY, ALBERTA. ALLAN CAMERON, General Superintendent of Lands. FOR SALE-One quarter section of excellent farm land, four miles from Enchant, a new town on the SufBeld-Blackie subdivision, 100 acres under cultivation. A . snap for quick sale. Party is leaving country and must sell. iloOO cash and $800 on easy terms. Apply owner. Box 50 Herald Office. 150-Ox LOST-One brown mare, 9 years old. branded P over L united. Gray hair around tail. Reward for information leading to recovery or return to a. L. Fester, Barons, or^Room B, Hull Blk., Lethbridge;' 1,^5-0 LOST-On llth St. and 6th Ave. be tween 7th Ave. and the Central school a gold chain with cross attached. Finder please return to the Herald Ofllce. 157-Ox STRAYliiI>-3-year-bld mare, branded script capital E and lazy P connected on left thigh. When last seen had a rope around neck. Phone or write L. A. Felger cr Sam Palmer, Rural 411, Lethbridge. 159-0 LOST-One gray gelding, dark mane, and tail, branded triangle; believed to be in Magrath district. $20 reward for return to F. Burge, Elcan. 161-6 House Painting Paper Hanging Wall Tinting AND CARRIAGE PAINTING W. R. Brown Phone 720 Local Concern Compli mented on High Quality of its Output by Highest Authority in Canada "Original treatment seems to be the outstanding feature of the group of specimens from the I.�thbridge Herald. The samples seem to stand, out prominently on account of the uiiiqueness and pleasing typograph.v. Among the other specimens is a booklet that is handled admirably. The cover shows a pleasing design printed in blue on gray antique stock."-Printer and Publisher, Toronto. "Original, Unique, Pleasing" This Grade of Stationery Will Create a Good, Impression of Your House STRAYED-From North Lethbridge, about 6 o'clock Sunday evening, one black maJ'e, branded 4H, weight about 1100 lbs, with 3 w'hlte hind-feet; and one bay mare with white scar on forehead, weight about 900 lbs. Reward for information leading to recovery or, return to Westminster Jleat Market, ISofi St. North Lethbridge. 163-6 PR Licentiate Royal College of PhyGicfans (London) L.D.S., IBOO. Hours: 9-12; 1-6. OfBce: 68, Past _Offlco Block. , r VIA VI lETHBRIOGt VIAVI COMPANY- ine natural home traatment for nervouinesi, etc. 1110 3rd Avenue South. Houw 5-6 p.m. daily and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satnrdojr, or by tp-palntment. Residence phone 1899. .Manager. Miss E. S. Cook. SURVEYING J. F- HAMILTON, B.A.Sc-Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor; Irrlga-Oon & Hydraulic Engineer. Rooms 5 and 6, Whitney Block. P. O. Bos 657. Phone 1042. MUSIC D MRS. ABBIE G. HOR8POOL-Studio 1007 3rd .Ave. S. Teacher of Pianoforte. Opens her summer term the First of July. Phone 1529. 161-G ELECTRICIAN J W. L. MeKENllE � CO.-Electrical Dealers and Contractors. Phone 637. 706 Third Avenua South. myirtin s Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 ^reful and Prompt Servlee DUFF A EDWARDS-(Wm. M. Ed-wnrds. B.A.Sc, Dominion and Alberta Land Surveyor; Donald A-Duff, C.B.)-Commercial blue printing, civil engineering and land surveying. Suite 205 Sherlock Bldg.. ILethbridge, Alta. d-tf MUNICIPAL, CIVIL \ ENGINEERS R. E. McARTHUR, A. Mem. Can. 8. C. E.-Railways, Yard Layouts. Sewerage Systems, Water Supplies, Irrigation Works. Survevs, Plans. Eatimatea. etc. 104 Sherlock Bid?. AUCTIONEER to RENT-Housekeeping suite, bath, kitchen, bedroom, dining rooia, furnished or unfurnished, gas stove. Klrkham Block. Phone 556, R�.)m 1. .\pply at once. 102-0 TO RENT-Furnished room "in mod~ ern house. iVpply 1223 6th Avenuo South._ 147-Ox TO^RENT-Furnished room in modern house; 'phone.-st. S. fully -Apply 623 9th 147-Ox POULTRY AND EGGS FOR SALE FOR SALE-Two clucking hens (Buff Orpingtons.) Apply Paunoh, 1020 12th St. A South. ____'^^trl^ FOR SALE-6ggs for settingFTialf price for month of June. Regal White Wyandottea $1.50 per 15; Buff Orpingtons $1.00 per 15. An exceptionally good chance to obtain high grade chickens at a low cost. Wyatt, Diamond City, Alta. 152-26 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO I.UAN-on Well iisprcT-ed farm lands. Albeita Loan and Investment Co., Alberta Loan Build-iDg. 5th St. South. Phone 1214. 158-0 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WANTED-Listings on oil leases that have been paused on favorably by reputable oil expert or geologist. Lethbridge Oil & Brokerage Co. Ltd. 150-0 WANTEiS-We wnht exclusive list" ingB on some good oil leases. Something that we can recommend to our customers in the Slate's as tbcy are getting the bug. Kimb.all & Larsen Ltd., 117-118 Sherlock Building. Phone 721. 157-0 W.'VNTED-^Second hand saddle, ladf Or gent's; also horse pasture for rent, close in. Applj Box 31G City post ollice. IGO-6 j BOARD AND ROQiM \ FOR RENT-For a good roo:ta with all modern conveniences, steatn heat, shower baths, plunge, etc., .apply y., M. r. A. 24-0 BOARD AND ROOM-Modern con-yeniences; $5 per week. Apply 834 7th St. S. 65-C WANT ADS. 25 Words, 25 cente an Insortlon. S)^ insertions for the price of Four. I*U�.X Be MID IN AOVANCfi will take one or two children to board in countrj-; will be given good attention. Apply Box 49 Herald office. 164-1 THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for maternity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases), iind charges acccirdiug to the cif-cumstances of the uatiant. Poor patients cared foi' free of charge. Graduato nurses tor private duty also provided. For further particulars apply to the Nursing Mission, 1414 7tJi Avenue South. Piione 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tllley, Supervisor. (Mies) M. A. MacKay, Grad. Nurse. (Mj60)^^MacKeyle^^^^^ PRAYING OiAUKiueb Westeni Transfer Co. Limited PHONE* P. �. Frelfht Offloe Ofneo > Mablea I Kha�a : lift i 4M ies4 U. WILSON-Provincial and Cttv Licensed .A.uctioneer. Sales of all kinds conducted on reasonable terms. Live stock and farm sales ft epecialty. Office at the Wilson Furniture Co., 404 13th St. North. Phone 1023. Residence Phone 5SB. Downtown office at the Lethbridge-Woyburn Realty Co.. Pho^e 1173. PIANO TUITION PUPILS FOR PIANO-Orlando Kay, 1401 7th Avenue North. PIANO TUNING Q. H. CRipPS, EXPERT TUNER-- Player-Piano and Organ repairer; 20 years factory experience. Honours Certificate MT. Assn. London, England.. Reference to the leading musicians of the city. Phone 1188, 1253 6th Ave A South. UNDERTAKING 1 LOTS FOR SALE FOR 8.ALE-Two lots south of Henderson Park; good terms. .Apply Box 1004, Herald. 156-6x GET YOUR CANADIAN HOME FROM THE CANADIAN PACIFIC An luimenso area of the most fertile .'and in Western Canada for sale at low prices, ranging; from $11 to $30 per acre for non-irrigated lands and $85 to $75 per aoro for irrigated lands. Term*, one-twentieth down, balance in 19 annual instalments. Loan for farm devplopment up to $2000, also repayable in 20 years. Interest at only 0 per cett. For full particulars apply to WILSON & SKEITH, AGENTS DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, Canadian Pacific Railway Lethbridge, Alberta. T. S. FETTERLY-Funeral Director and Embalmor; also agent for the SomervlUe Marble and Granite Works, of Calgary. Office opposite Court House. Phone 561. Residence 284 7th Ave. S. Phone H7�. Open day and night. Embalmer. 411 5th Street Phona 1S02. night or day. Sou TYPEWRITERS REMINGTONS, MONARCHS, 8MITM PREMIERS-All makes taken in exchange. Full line typewriter supplies. It will pay you to interview us before you buy. Remington Type, writer Co. .A. J. Pa�8more, repre-sentative. Acadia Rldg. 121 PRIVATE SCHOOL "1 "Light," "Graceful as a Swan" and "ae safe as a Hbwboat." These are a few of the comments on my new 16-ft. H. W. Model, Old Town CANOE Let me demonstrate to you tho beauties of this canoe with a keel Also the Sponsou, unsiukable model. WILL HAYTER Local Agent. 611 15th Street South Or Phone 1117 after 6 p.m. monumeRtI If you ai'e oeusidering the purcbas-Jng of a fflouument, see us before you decide. Best stock, best aigna and beet prices. LathbrMge Monumental Worka- KING EDWARD'S SCHOOl__Cran- brook, B. C. Headmistress, Miss V M. Cherrlngton. Boarding school for girls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Pull High School curriculum. Shorthand, Stenography and Bookkeeping. Write for prospectus_ 138-0 WHOLESALE HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES- Wholesale and retail All varieties of hay: timothy, alfalfa, blue Joint, mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay an4 �traw. Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for housebpld gooda, etc., cellar apace for reiit. Hyde and Saundm, corner 3nd Ave- and 12th St .9. P. O. Box n27. Phone 1244. ACCOUNTANT W. D. WING-Aesoclate of the Jnsti-stltute of Chartered Accountants of HIngland and Wales, and of the la* tute of Chartered Accountants in Alberta. Acadia Bldg., Lethbridge, W. A. HENDERSON & COY. Chartered Aocountants Winnipeg Lethbridge : : Medicine Hat Accountancy in all Its branches Audit, Secretarial, Advisory, Systematizing, and Trust Work, Investigations, Liquidations. Acadia Building, Lethbridge Retident B. J. RITCHIE PATERSON, Chartered Accountant (Scat.) ;