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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO TONIGHT TOMORROW DANIEL FROHMAN PRESENTS THE CHARMING LITTLE. ENGLISH ACTRESS LONESOME LUKE IN ANOTHER SPLENDID COMEDY 'Peggy ITyisliMl hi "Saints and Sinners" 'A Picturlratlon of Henry Arthur Jones' Grent Drjma. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD COMING WEDNESDAY 4 THUKSDAY Itlanclie Sweet in "The Husband" MONDAY, QCTOBfiR 2, n.u in MAJESTIC-.TO-N1GHT ONLY V. B. SHERMAN PRESENTS AN ELABORATE PRODUCTION OF WILLIARD MACK'S THRILLING THE GREATEST PLAY OFiTHE AGE. A STARTLING EXPOSE OF MODERN POLICE METHODS. Prices: 25r _ Scats :U Medley's Till 7 p.m. ARPHEUM TONIGHT ONLY PEOPLE IN This SHOW Dnn'r Mice It I i naiaju tt AN TAG VAUDEVILLE1 PRICE FIFTY CENTS ..Win. Horliok Co. Howard Fields In "The Gypsy Camp'' -A Ballet Divertissement DINING CAR MINSTRELS Peculiar Characterizations Genius of the Accordion FREAR, BAGGETT FREAR Baseball Idiosyncrasies W. Barry Maude AVoH'wrd The Original Chatter Singers, Singing Their Own Songs PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA EMPRESO CHARLIE HAPLIN IN The Pawnshopr A First Run 2-Rcct Special. Also Marguerite Snow In "A Corner in Cotton'' A Metro Wonderplay in 5-Acts. WANT ADS URIEQTIP 3 Days Starting IRHd LU lib- Next M PHONE 1722 NextMon.Oct.9 (THANGSGIVING DAY) Position aTsiparaior man. :iias six years' experience. Apply at i telephone Burdett, Alta. hoy to learn the dry goods business. Permanent posi- tio'n. Apply Box 3, Herald. ___ _2484 jfust'fie sood re- ceptionist. Apply at the Allison Stud- o. Lethbridge. _ TllTTV MATINEE AT 2.30 DAIL1 N1GHT AT 8.30 THE GRAND REVIEW OF HIS MAJESTY'S FORCES "BRITAIN BRITAIN'S MAGNIFICENT ANSWER TO THE WORLD SHOWN UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THEIR GRACIOUS MAJ- ESTIES, THE KING AND QUEEN, AND H.R.H. DUKE OF CON- NAUGHT. BY PERMISSION OF THE ADMIRALTY, THE WAR OFFICE AND THE MINISTER OF MUNITIONS. THE ONLY REVIEW OF BRITAIN'S ENORMOUS WAR-TIME RESOURCES. SANCTIONED BY THE IMPERIAL GOVERNMENT. Prices: 25c. Orchestra PLAN OPENS THURSDAY AT HEDLEY'S. of all descrip I lion family work a specialty, collected and delivered to any part at the city, 50 cents per dozen pieces. Also ma iternitv nursing, excellent references i Mrs i W Stowe, 2010 First Avenue North. Box 3S5. 237'c general serv. ant. lady cook for farm. Middle aged woman preferred, refer- ence required. Phone or write. Kess- er Bros., New Dayton. 247-6 Competent housekeeper at'once. Apply 12o9 6th Ave. S. 247-0 i LOST AND FOI7NU_____ I watch. Finder please return to 238 15th St. North or phone 40G. Cardston and Loth- bridge sis auto side curtains, one auto rubber mat and a mailing list. Finder will be rewarded by notifying or leav- ing the at the Herald office. 2IS-G pair ot waders, newly re- paired. Bear-name "E. .1- Tickner'. Reward for return to E. J. Tickner. J04 13th St. South. _ 5th St-between Starland and Hudson Bay Store, a small purse containing' money and 101st Batt. shoulder badge. Reward .'or return to Ford Garage. 232-" knitted white sock near Fair Grounds. Owner-.call for same at Herald office. .______________________ "Saturday night. A russet leather pocket book containing about sixty-five dollars in bills. Finder will be lineraliy rewarded on leaving same at the Herald.___________________2-18-1 redlmcTwEHe cow; one horn cut; branded E -j------on left ribs, also NE on left thigh. 55.00 reward to E. Wright, Foremost. 24S-G What the Press Agents Say At the Empress MarQuerite Snow, f acreen star, tte delightful at the Empress Theatre tonight in "A Corner'in "Cotton" a five part Metro Honderplay, produced by the Quality Pictures Coiporation Miss Snow will be surrounded an all-star cast includes Frank Bacon, the fore- most character actor of the stage and screen, Leater Cuneo. Helen Dunbar, J W Goldaworthy, Zella How- Truesdell, William Clifford and and Wilfred JIT William Wilfred Clifford Roger. The production abounds with a wealth of interesting scenes, contrasting life in. New York society with conditions that exist among the cotton mill' workers in the south. Chaplin's latest, "The Pawnbroker' will he shown, tonight AtStarland Peggy Hyland, the charming" little .English" star, makes her debut to a Lethbndge audience tonight in Henry Arthur Tone and usual novelty, a ballet divertisement "The 'Gypsy introduc- ing some remarkable'whirl wind and fancy dancing. Santueci, the musical wizard, making a hit with his repertoire of classical and numoers, which are popular with the au- diences, Barry Wolfe offer a singing num- ber bringing back memories of the good old days of vaudeville and their idols; their offering is most enjoyable, especially for those who have seen the varieties, of two scores of years back. Frear, Baggett and Frear present a juggling novelty entitled, "Baseball while Howard and Fields Dining Car Minstrels offer a singing and comedy number that is a treat; the singing of the two min- strels is .very enjoyoble, and is re- peatedly encored by the audience, complete, a most interesting vaude- ville program. This show will be seen here, for tonight only. The above is what a Calgary paper says. 8: Bay gelding, white star snip near hind foot, white spot on off hind coronet, brand- I ed C.P.R. on left er, branded on right shoulder and on left ribs. "SITUATIONS VACANT THE LAND TITLES ACT MORTGAGE SALE OF FARM PROPERTY Under utnl by of this power f sale provided by the Land Titles ot and under a certain MortgaKU hlch will be produced at tho time of le sale, the South West Quarter of Section 24. In Towushlu 11, Range-- 2, West or the 4th Meridian, Alberta, ill bo offered for sale by Public Auc- on at tho Court House in' the City LethbrldBO, on Saturday, the 28th of October, 19111, at 12 clock noon. The vendor is informed that the jove property consists of 160 acres, ore or less, situate about 8 Ulilm. Commerce Post Office and Hull- ay station and -t miles from Albion idgo Post Office. About 110 acres are, ood arable land and a dam in the cou- e supplies good water. The soil is ay loam. The property will uti sold subject j H reserve price and subject to the axes for the curreiwj year, also sub- ect to the reservations and conditions outaiued in ilie original grant from le Crown or appearing upon the t-x- tiug Certificate of Title. Terma of Sale Terms of sale to be 20 per cent, cash t the time of the sale, the balance Hhiu days thereafter, either all ash or part thereof, namely y mortgage at 8 per cent, per annum, ayable on the 1st day of oVember in each of the years 1917, J18, 1919 anil 1920, and the balance f on the 1st day of Novern- er. 1921. Other terms and con- itions to be made known at tho me of the sale. For further partic- lars apply to Lent, Jones, Mackay latin. Barristers, etc., 305, Grain I'ix- lange Buildinif, Calgary, Alberta, ollcltors for the Vendor. Dated at- Calgary. Alberta, this 22nd ay of September. A.D., 1916. Approved: W: Forbes, Registrar. Ad. B IV man for office work in country towu; able to do typewriting. Write stating experience to -Box 43, Heral-1. 245-3 to look after 300 head of cattle. Must be accustomed to landlins stock on the range. Apply Box 27, Herald. FOR single buggy, nearly aw, or will exchange (or a light dem- shape. Apply and .furnishing salesman. Apply McKelvie McGuire. 246-6 eirfTlbie to .sew well to learn the tailoring trade. Also smart errand hoy. Apply Thaell, The Tailor, 608 3rd 245-G once. Woman or g'rl to help cook for threshers. Good wages. Apply stating wages expected to Mrs Henry Miller, Spring Coulee. capable general serv- ant. Apply Mrs. Ewart. 1411 6th Ave South. woman to assist with office work. Apply Western Her cantile Co. 3rd Ave. S. Boy to learn the "baking trade. Apply John Gil- more. 242-0 for dry goods store, must be over 14 years of age. Perm anent !ob. Apply Rylands fc Co. 244-6 "Kick j -village maid who her father, a clergyman ftheir old house-keeper. A young far- mei-'ia a suitor Tor her hand, hut a cer- tain Captain Fanshawe comes into her life, with dirp results to her hap- plness. -Miss Hjiand as Letty. the i Simple village maid by her unusual and talent, portrays the little Vcountry girl with thaf wonderful suc- BSS ou thp speaking stage. This is 'er first appearance in motion pic- At the Orpheuni VANTAGES BILL FULL OF FINE NE WFEATURES A moat interesting and amusing program is holding the boards af the Orpheum for" tonight a hill that is giving entire sat- 'Matlon with c'ever features. T illorelick's dancers present an uu- At the Majestic In the naming of tho play the most 'difficult tasks ol' his life. After seeing the play, everyone agrees that the title is the best that could be secured. The habitues of the slums through their aptitude for slang, created a language which is distinctive as well as expressive for their purpose. -Mr. Mack made a study of the habits and talk of the frequenters of the under- world. He found much that was quaint; much that was contrary to de- cency in the language, and he further discovered' ffiat there was a punch and expression In the acquired words. He embraced a number of these words in his manuscript, and he has done It in -A way that Is easily understood. He picked out the expressions that meant something and put.them where they did the most good. Kick in, in underworld parlance, means "give up.'1 girl 15 or 16 to assls in housework. One who can sleep at home preferred. Apply 302 13th St loutb. 246-3 A. 23: Black gelding brand- ed on left ribs. and C.P.R.' on right shoulder.l A 55: Black gelding, off hind heel, white, branded C. P. R. left shoulder, branded on right shoulder, branded R 1 on left hip. A 14S: Bay gelding strip, two white hind legs, white spot off fore coronet, branded C. P. R. on left shoulder, branded O on right side of neck. Not very plain. Finder return to lir. Thometz and receive reward. between 21 and 40 Liberal salary and commission. Applj 4 to 6, and 7 to 8. or write for appoint nient. Apply 105 Sherlock Building Lethbridge. bay gelding, 3 old. weight 1100 Ibs., branded 1 on right shoulder, 1 hay gelding I 3 years old, weight 300 branded on left shoulder; 1 sorrel gelding, 10 years ring borie on front foot, lame, blolch brand on left shoulder. 1 bay gelding rising two, brande 143 lazy B on right thigh.- 520.00 Reward for return of all or ?s each to Sale and Feed Barn, Leth- bridge, J. A. Smith, phone 1552. 247-0 "FOR the Farm FOR II'. x 20, suit- Address Box 42 able for a granary. Herald. FOR SAIjB A team of geldings, weight 2700. 7 and S years, work any- where, can be seen any time. "W. M. Glasgow. Commerce, Alta. 1-oises and oi'i or two cows coming fresh. Also one sow with twelve pigs. Would trade on piano In good con- dition. Write box 40. Herald. NOTICE Fencing' Old Trail John Taylor states tiiat he Is fenc- ing off tiie old Raymond trail which runs through his farm, and he issues a warning to motorists and others that they will have to take the section line now. MG-6 Money to Loan W. f. NELSON CO., Alberta Loan Block, Lethbridge, Alberta An experienced genera servant, good wages. Apply to Mrs. R A. Wright 1249 4th Ave. South. Phon 1259 or to Wright's Jewelry store, Bal moral block. once an 'experiencei clotning salesman. Must be first clas window dresser. Apply to L. Keel p. O. Box 563, .Lethbridge. stenographer wit! good education. Permanent position Apply Box 37, Herald: 213- once young man a general assistant in meat and, provis ion store. Must be used to hones an have knowledge ot meat business. TV M Glasgow, Commerce, Alta. Phon 24 206- MlSCELLANgQUS WANTS by the da or at home. Apply Jox 4, Hera.ld. 24g- lady desires' boan and room in comfortable home. Clos in. Phone 1059. rent small shack. Mus moved to suit tenant. Give full par Uculars to box 36, Herald. bicycle. Muf be in good condition. Apply 1101 lit St. S. 231- WANTED TO ot elgh or nine rooms in first class condition Centrally located. Carol'-'! tenanti Reply Box 85 post office._______204 TO by Novonib Is a furnished five-roomed cottage. Ga heated with garage at back prnfirrad Centrally located. Apply Box li. He aid. 241- WANTE0-M buy second hand turn ture. Also gent's !eft off Prompt attention given. Nothing tot larre or too small to handle. F. A Rogers. ISth St. A. X, 248- TO to rent ter. small furnished bungalow; care fill tenants, no children. Apply. Mart ager, 105 Sherlock Eldf., 1 to C after- noons. 348-4! .PROFESSIONAL CARDS NIA8S.A6E SUPERFLUOUS HAIR K. M. Holm" Braduate or tho Pennsylvania Drill- opaodlc Innlltuto, Medical MaBsago anil aymnaetica'- bloc- trlcal. Vibratory'- and Therapeutic Ujht .Treatments, Electrolysis and Shampooing. Treatments given by appointment unly. Room 1. Hull Bin FOR of empty flour ass. Apply Macaroni Factory. Leth- ridge, Alta. 248-6 'OH sheaves. 510 per ton elivered any pare of Letnbrldge. Tar- y, Dallas farm, Phone R306. UJTO FOR 5 passenger ar, in good running order. Leth- ridge Auto Co. second hand cars. One Overland and one Reo. Baalim Motor Co. 220-0 crat, must be in good ox 38, Herald. I FOR SALE cheap, E. M. F. roadster, n good running order. Inquire at Bi- son Milling and Elevator Co., Coal- ale. 'OR Triumph phono- raph with 80 records, costing Vill sell cheap for cash. Write or ap- ly to Jno. Spegar, 52 Church Street. 'IANO FOR grade Q6r- ardt-Heintzman Piano In perttct cun- ition. A snap if' taken at once. En- uire W. S. Adams, CO. Rylands tire. OR Newcombe niano, i good order. ?250. Customer may lake own terms. Mason Riscli. Ltd., Balmoral Block. 248-0 rOR one chiclcen house I IS, cost 185.00. one stable 14 x 22. jip roof, cost 1375.00. Both for J175.00 ash. A. E Humphries ISO llth St.. South 187-0 FOR good milch with calf at foot. Also 1 springer. We have been shipping in well bred breeding took for the farmer who cares. See us before you buy. 610 8th St. South. Phone 485. MEDICAL -CHIROPRACTORS 6IHITH A Smith and Juno II. yon are slok and want to retain health, take actual adjustmsnta-and get well. Conaul- tation free. lo. reildenoe, 903 7th Avo. S.. opposite Model Bak- ery, houra 8.30 to 6; 7 to 9. Phone 1C77, PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private Hospital and Ma- tornlty Homo. 1224 7th Avenue South. 1'hone 74G. Herbal Treatment fo- Nervouaness. etc.) All communica- tions to Mrs. O. Thomas. ds 10th St. South. 219-36 DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Painters; Kalsomlnlng. General Decoratlns and Sign Writing Estimates given. The oldeat eatebllshei! Painters la Lethbrldge. Kes. Phone 1472; ottlce phone Sherlock Bldg., Loth- bridge. Altai 160-0 -EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT BUSINESS 411 8th Street S.. Letlibriilge. Hours: Day School. 9-12 a.m. .-ind 1.20 to 4 p.m.. Office open till a p.ni.; Night School, Monday and Thursday Ev- enings, 7.30 to 9.30. Courses in book- keeping, stenography, anil practical English. Business phone 1315, Res- idence phone 228-0 "FURRIER fur work, remodelling cleaning and dressing -furs. David Scott. Higinbotbam Block, next city offices. WELDING OXV-ACETYLEfJE WELDING Tho modern method of, uniting metals .by heating without hammering or compression. If it's metal we can weld it. Tho piece will be atronfMl where it iu welded. W. N. Kuth, 32J 6tb Street South, next lo Herald, 40-0 DR. W. 8. GALBRAITH _ Phyilolaa Burgeon. Accouoher. Jloura p.m. Office 914 Third Aveuua, Phone 1208. _j DR8. CONNORTMcfiALLV JAMIt- 109 Telephones; Office 619. Office houra: 11 to 12 m-i 1.30 to 3.30; 7 to 8 p.m. R. B. C. THOMSON, B.A.. Blcian. Accoucher. 1824 4th Avenue North. Hours 1 to 4; 7 10 8." Phone 478. DENTAL On. M. J. graduate of Royal College of Dental Surgeooa Toronto, and holder of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: noonu E and 6, Bryan Block. 1071. DR. L. T. (aucceaaor to Drs. Courtlce ft uate University of Maryland. Room 8 and 9, Mactionald Block. Phona 1168, Lethhrldge, Alta. DBS. MAHRS and Successors to Dri. Stewart and "Mo- Clure. Hours: 9 to 6. Office. Inbotham Block. Phone 374. OR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of Surgeons. (Eng. Licentiate Hoya! of Physicians L.D.S. 1900. Hours: Office: Higluhotham Block. Phonb 1518. UNDERTAKING T. S. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director and Embalnier; also agent, for the Somervllle Marble Gran- ite Worka of Calcary. Office oppo- site Court Home. Phone 5M. Re- aldence 284 7th Avo. S.. Phone Open day and nigbt S. V. _ Funeral' Director. ,803 3rd Avenue South. Phone 3802. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILSEN M. JONES, Pianoforte Playing and Theory. Supervision of H. C. C. Salmon, of pupils entered for the examination of the Koynl Academy and Royal College of Mu- London, Ens. This year 101) per cent, were Studio B23 9Lh street south. jnd- Forgings welded and reinforced. We conduct a general Q.xy-Acetylene- Gas Weld- ing shop. 12G6 2nd Ave. South, Ellison Mills. R Bossert, 36'J. 1S6-0 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE Phone 1717 for your BliOQ Work dona promptly. Orders called for aiid delivered.-- 'Frank Miles. 511 4th Ayenue South. PIANO TUNINO. Q. H. CRIPP3, EXPERT TUNER Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; 20 years' factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate M.T. Assn., London, England. Reference to the leading musicians of tie city. Phone 1168. 1253 Btb Ave. A. South. DYEING -AND CLEANING TO RENT TO room to rent in private family. Apply 803 6th Ave. S. Phone 337._____________________243-6 TO bed room. jrivate family, one block from Central School. Apply 1003 7th Ave. S., phone 1816. in French Dry" Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out every piece of work at its best. Only the moat, scientific mcthodi applied without injury to garments. Our work la sure please you. Collect and deliver. Phone 1812 3i4 Slith Street South. MISS' i MacDonald Block. 229-20 .'OR well furnished rooms in a fully modern houae. Apply it 633 6th St. s! or phone 1285. 246-6 TQ No. 1710 and 1712 6th Ave. N. at ?5 and ?6 per month. Apply A. M. Ritchie, 1714 6th Ave. A. phone 1122. 247-6 TQ comfortable rooms in'fully modern house, good location, an car line, phone connection. Ap- 13tli.St. space for all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay Grain Co., 1221 2ml Ave S., phono 732. 229-0 TORRENT in the Victoria Mansions, one small furnished housekeeping flat also furnlahed suite containing, parlor, bedroom and bath with light house- keeping facilities if required; no chil- dren. Apply to the Mansions offics, Third Ave S., netween one and four o'clock. pnk R Sm'.Mnn. seven miles from "Lethbridge. Will pay for .plow England lease' on shares or sell and take'isomc clear title property as part payment. Address 520 otll Street S., 247-6 two modern housekeeping rooms for win- tefliBox 248-2 p LAND FOR SALE FQll acreSriZ miles east of'-Warner, per acre, ?700 cash, balince up to 15 years. Money to improved farms. 8 lier cent inttreal, prompt service. N. B. Peat Co., 10 Block. _ Motion land all im- proved in crop this year. West of Carmangay, caih (800, bal. over crop Dayibent. Price acre: P. O. FARM half of.Mction 11-10-22, of the 4lll M road allowance from Chi- nook" Price. per acre. lerms apply to W. C. 2101 10th Street W., Calgary, GUNSMITHS MRS. W. JOHNSON, teacher ot Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' teaching experience Studio fully equipped with black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, modu- lating board etc. Studio 122C 5th Ave. A. South. SINGING v MRS. H. H. of Singing. For particulars apply to 12il5 8th Ave. A. S. 24.1-0 H. McG. YOUNG, Mus. BBC.. A.D.C.O. 'voice, piano and theory. Normal Boston. Mass., Technique clavier nnd tables used (or hum! cultnro ill primary and j..nior grades. Students i'or music exams if desired. A lim- iicd amount of teachinc' done at IKUjil's -.-osldonce. Studio room 1, Al- berta Loan Investment Building, 5th St. S., first.door south of Or- pheum Theatre on and after Sept. 1st. Residence Y.M.C.A. 316-0 LEO M. of the Ar! of Singing. Theory and Pianoforte. Affiliated teacher of the New TorK School of Music and Arts, New York, and SeiEel Meyer's School of Music, Chicago. AUc preparation for Can- adian examinations. Free voice trial. Studio Room 1. Lethbrldge .Conserv- atory ot Music. Phone 765. Resl: dence phone 1242. .225-0 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers In- tending selling their farm stock yoir terest' to consult me as to terms, etc Write or phone 1025. Residence 5th Ave. North. QUNSMITKS guns restock- done by a gunsmith, keys -made, locks repaired, bicycles, typewriters, phonographs, any light machinery repaired, lawn mowera sharpened. D. E. McDonald. Indian Motorcycle Agent, Phone 1032, 107 '192-0 FRANK niid valuator. Sales of Rinds con ducted in town 6r! Province Bent results guaranteed. Established in Lethhridgo 1907. Office 414 Fourth Avenue S. ______ -is'r -FARM PRODUCE" TELEGRAPHY TELEGRAPHY Alberta Colleje North'. offers, complete arid Commercial Telegraphy. Special rates for return- ed sol.'liera. For full information ap- ply to F. S. AicCall, 10041 101st St.. Edmonton. 220-26 Highest Cash Prices paid for Hay. Grain and Potatoes In car lots or less. See us before buying or- sell- ing. Established ten years. We arej. in touch with the best markets; F O Hyde Co., phone 1244. 229 0 WANTED TO PURCHASE WANTED TO PURCHASE Havo you anything for sale. I wili pay cash for sccoud-hand Koods of any klcd: Junk, copper, brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair. Call at M. Store, 716 3rd. Ave. S., orlihone 1457. 202-52 FOR SALE One Hart-Parr Qas tractor, sev- en plowa, breaker and stubble bot- toms. Juit overhauled throughout, tingine can be seen at Lethbridge Iron Works. Enquire Farmers' Lum. ber Co. for terma. Phone 516. 222-0 .ELECTRICAL 'SUPPLIES AND TltlCAL Of WORK W.L. McKenzie Co PHONE 719 3rd Ave 3. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED, WHOLESALE HAY. 204 SHERLOCK BLDO, OFFICE PHONE 777 W. J. LLOYD Kaaldenca 865. Accountant's realdence 176S, In.n.rfor. at Lethbridge, haymond and Magrath. All SaT pall for In lull when-loaded. No hacks. Evimtuallr, yon' will yourself for not selling your hat to us. Why not now' HENDERSON, REJD AND PATER80N. Chartered AccountanH Acadia Building, 3rd Avt Lethbrldge. Winnipeg and Mediclna Hav Everything In Accountancy, Au- dits, Inventlfatloaa, Booka kept, or wrllten-up tor and Partnerships. r SPECIALTIES Municipal, I-urohar, Manufacturing. WhoHialt and Retail Accounting. Reildent -Partner J.-dltcHlkMTEWa Chartered Accountant (Scot.) ;