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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HHRALD Picturesque Zceland, Holland, China, and LAST TIME TO-NIGHT LAST TIME TONIGHT Full of Laughs snd Thrills liaiT.Viiion' in "Till: HHl) WIDOW" AND Oliver Morosco Presents the Eminent Actor BK15A3S in A Thrilling Paramount Feature In Five'Reels, nn thw'lBonzo Front1'" TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1915 Italian Advance on the lionio Featuring Henry Kolker, the eminent dramatic wid.V well lelected call.' be seen in "The Bigger Metro Plcfjmatlon of the play of the same name, by.Rup.rl-HuBheirthe not. ed Playwright, Novelist, and Short Story .writer, which enjoyed a long run at the Lyric Theatre in New York last season, and will be shown her, .for the, first time. ALSO BILLY RITCHIE IN A "REEL" LKO SCREAM, King Baggot in 'The Man from Nowhere ENTIRE CHANGE 1 g H TONIGHT 10c. and 15c. With Joe Girard. Directed by Jay Hunt A Red Feather Specia job tonight: set them .in Five Acts. The Johnstone Trin will be on the n songs and dances. No advance in prices. THE PRESS KAftuV. GOES ACS. KOR THIS HERALD j, OFFICE BY.ONE O'CLOCW TQ SURB INSBUTlQlf ON THE SAJIK DAY AS DBLlVBIJEp. DRAYJNC; Of AH Kinds' festern Transfer Go, Limited. f. n. might fhetfa, PHONi.l: Offles........... 11M Next Fri.-Sat. Sept. 29 30 PHONE 1722 NIGHTS AT 8.30 SAT. MATINEE AT 2.30 THE SMART FRENCH MUSICAL COMEDY ALMA, WHERE DOYOU LAND FOR SALE FOK Quarter sec- tion. mik' from Chinook Collieries per acre. Apply 13, Herald. 25c. an insertion for twenty-five words or less. Six in- sertions for the price of four. Must be paid in Advance SITUATIONS VACANT porter Castle KOIt Half section land all proved in crop this year. West Carmangay rash SSllil. bill, over crop chamber payment. Price per acre. P. O. j linalon holol._____________________ Box general serv. LAND TOR ranches ant1 j an, Applyliox -'3 Herald. maid for Ar- FOR ?To "per ton delivered any pan of Lethbrldgo. Tar- ry, Dallas farm. Phone K306. __ FOR driving- mure, har- ness, buggy and saddle. Apply 523 12th St. N." uer WA.N'TKn-Mnid. Apply 317 12th St. ti acre io Sll 00- Improved farms 410.00 per acre to Irrigated farm.- j tor Dallas 'notel. FOR acre..N. B. Peat Co.. winter job for right parly. 342-lj One Overland an. from per o lu McDonald FARM lialt aome" "lumber experience.- Apply to of section 11-10-22. West of the 4th "Box _4 Across road allowance from Chi- iwANTED-A man tor city yard with I nook Collieries. Price 00 per acre, j WANTED-A cook for small 'family. Will allow purchaser commission. For (good wages. Apply Mrs. Shepherd terms apply 10 W. C. Simmons. J101 614 llth Si. 10th Street W.. Calgary. _______23S-Q capable genera! serv- ant. Apply Mrs. Swart. 1411 6lh Ave. WANTED By Oct. South. Apply with gas and electric _ j bbl 39, Twin baby carriage in two or three car-" penters. Plioue ing Co. Ltd. Farm- AUTO FOR 5 passenger car. in good ruunini; order. bridge_ Auto Co. _ FOR hand cars, id one Reo. Baalim 220-0 lieariy .or will exchange for a light dem- ocrat, must be in good shape. Apply Box Herald. one culcien house S i 12, cost JS5.0U, one stable 14-x 22. hip roof, cost J375.00. Both for J176.00 cash. A. E Humphries, ISO llth St. South 187-0 FOR SAL.B or trade, 191B Ford can live passenger.- run about 1200 miles in.jood conduloll. for other make of caf: Must 'be late model. Music by Jean Briquet Lyrics by Geo. V, Hobart Adapted From the French of Paul Herve COMPLETE PRODUCTION, CATCHY MUSIC. CLEVER DANCING AND THE BIG SIXGIXG CHOKUS POPULAR PRICES NIGHTS 50c 2Sc Mat. Adults 50c, Children 25c, I i good condition. North. Write P. B Apply" 12f, 20th St. Driver lor milk, wagon, I O.' Box 138. City.______________ good wages, steady, job the.year.round.j FOR: upright plaro. in TuTTKead of two of i Apply Crystal Dairy.____-1 good-order, just like new. Was ?550, i wIN'TED-AboutTuFhea-ort ____ three vearold.ewes. Box 405. Taber., WANTED-Girl or xvomall for now for quick Ia'f- 240-6 and reDairiug. may make own terms. Used or0an ,n good order, on terms. Mason ft Risch. Limiten, Balmoral Block. ._________________________________j ing. pressing and i liana bicycle. Must ker. 110 5th St. S. be in good condition. Apply 1101 llth St. S. I liny a iiid hand" i player piauo. Will pay spot cash if bargain. Apply Box 2U. Herald. WANTED TO House of eight" or nine rooms in first class condition. to assist with office, work. A'jply. Western. Mer- cantile Co. 3rd Aye. S..__. for smajl .family. Apply Mrs. Harper, ..Diamond. Citv. 239-fi _____________________________ about 18 ifor- Steady .jab, the .-yeais Kriter in. between six and sevqn aucer; 1 FOR passenger Ford' car. upright piano, baby buggy, and a few white Wyandotte chickens. Cheap for cash.'party leaving town. 'Apply 6tli .St South. Phone FOR piano in good order; 1 No. 11 Remington type- PROFESSIONAL CARDS MASSAGB, StlREliFLUOUSVHAIR K. M. Holmes graduuto'-of 'tho Pennsylvania Orth- opaedic Inntltute, Medical Massage and Gymnastics Elec- trical vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Hlaclroljsle and given appointment'only. Room 1, Hull Blk. .'CHIHOP.RACTORS June B. It you are sick and to regain .health, take spinal adjusJiaenta' and" set well. Consul- tation free. Office In residence, 803 7th Ave. 8., opposite Model Bak- ery, houra 'J.30 to 6; 7 to 9. Plione -.1677. "6-26 PRIVATE HOSPITALS PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mrs. Van Haarlem's. Private Hospital anil Ma- tqrliity Home. 12-4 7th Avonuo South. Phone 74ti. Herbal Treatment to- Nervousness. etc.) All communica- tions to Mrs. O. Thomas, Go 10th St. South. 219-26 DECORATING WELLINGTON Decorat- ors, Paperhangers and Kulsominlng, General Decorating and Sign Writing. Estimates given. The oldest .established Painters In Lethbridge. Kes. Phone 1472; ottlcs phone Bldg.. Leth- brldse. Alta. EDUCATIONAL GARBUTT" BUSINESS 41.1 Sib Street's., Lethbrulge. Hours: lifiy 'School, 9-12 a.m. and 1.30 to 4 p'.'ni.. Office opeir till 5 p.m.; Night School, Monday and Thursday Ev- enings. 7.30 to 9.20. Courses in "u-ok- keeping, stenography, and practical Eiiglish. Business [ilione 1315, Res- idence phone 1531. 228-0 FURRIER fur. work, remodelling cleaning and dressing furs. David Scott, Higinbotham Block, next city ofllces. ...i WELDING conditidh; 1 Layfon ham carpenter's mitre; 2 pair computing scales and a. .house full" of Centrally located. Carcf'jl tenants, Replv Box So post office. ;04.Q round App_---.. I o clock p.m. 4tn i _ ains jn household _______ _ te. I goods. City 3ud hand store, 40fi 5th IFOR 16 x M. "suit-j Apply venue S. Street South.' Phone 1428. I able lor a granary. Address Box 4- 11 Herald. MAJESTIC unejight MOD. Oct. 2 W. B. SHERMAN PRESENTS An All Star Company in Wil- Jard Mack's Thrilling Play 'KICK IN' The Great American ter than "Within the Startling expose of Graft and Modern Police Methods. Capable Company, fine scenic production. PRICES 75c, 50c, 25c. FOR cattle, can be seen at auv time. .Apply O. .F., Hammill. I Alexandra hotel: FOR SALE A team of. geldings, j I weight 2700. 7 and S years; work any- I where, can be seen any time. W. l M. Glasgow, Commerce, Alta. FOR Voibes and ono or two cows coming fresh. Also one sow with twelve pigs. Would trade on piano In good con- dition. Write box 46. Herald. What the Press Agents Say At The Orpheum A special attraction at the Orpheum tonight will be The Johnatone Trio, a clever bunch of kids in songs and dances. The big picture feature will be King Baggot in "The Man from This is the story of a Trestera man' who comes home to film his sister in love with a foreigner of disrepute, and he wins a jail sentence for life in his efforts to save his sis- ter. How he eventually wins his way out makes an interesting story. He is aided--by the governor's daughter, who realizes that he is an innocent At Starlaud John Barrymore, America's greatest will be seen in "The Red ail excruciatingly funny and thrilling comedj drama, at Starland for 'the last times ionight. Those who saw the plav last night were _kept in roars of laughter from start to finish of this great four-reel picture. In ad- dition, two travel pictures will be Ehdwn. 'Both are most" interesting and Instructive, _ On Wednesdaj and Thursday, Geo. conceded to be one of the greatest of present day screen actors, will appear in a Morosco production, "Pasquale." This is a thriJling five- reerproduction, descriptive of the war between Italy and the central- powers, sent the employment of a particular workman. Another moment of out- standing intensity is the scene where strikebreakers appear in conflict with. the bridge workers. Running :hrough 'the entire action is a won- derfully iove.story, which greatly relieves the many- sterner sit- uations, "The Bigger Man" is another illustration of the skill revealed by the Metro Pictures Corporation, in presenting dramatic action in picture form. Every attention has obviously been given to the working out of mi- nute deiail in scenic effects. v At the Majestic At the Majestic on' Friday and Sat- urday this week will he the United Producing company's presentation of "Alina. "Where Do You which Is a musical comedy in three acts by Paul Hevre. with lyrics by Geo. V. Htibart atid Jean Briquet. FOR SALFA-Very best of range cattle, at all times. Herefords and Durhams a specialty. Call ?V. M. Steed, Phone 36, Stirling "or at Alexander Hotel, Lethbridge. Boy.'to'.learn'" the baking, trade. Aijbly. John Gil- more. TO RENT" TO RENT Four roomed wa- ter and light, being 638 12th St. V N. T. BatsfOrd, Room ENE WELDING The moderii method of uniting metals by 'heating without hammering or compression. It it's nietal we can weld it. Tho piece will where it i'u welded. W. N. Kuth. 321 6th Street-South, next to Herald. 40-0 jnd Forflings welded and reinforced. conduct a general Gas Weld- 1 ing shop, 1266 2nd Ave. South, near Ellison Mills.- :R Bossert, Box 36'J. 196-0 SHOE REPAIRING SHOE REPAIRING Phone 1717 for __________________-----------------------! comfortable rooms m luliy modern house, good location. must be fond of children. Middle aged woman preferred.- Avenue South.- 'Apply; 1259 -6th 0 ne, phone connection. Ap- 429 13th St. S. 'your shoa repalri. Work dona' oromptly. .Orders called for aud delivered. Frank Milej. 511 Ayenue South. 4th boy with good ap: pearance to make himself -generally useful around store-and -carrj- mes- sages. -Apply Royal.Store. for general 'louse- work. -Family of thr'eq'. Apply to ;SIrsl' R. W Wallace, 1249 5th Al'.Soilth.'1 mechanic" :tq manage shop in Lethbridge; splendid opportunity for man with .local repu- tation. Apply Box 48, Herald. NOTICE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY; OF THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA The New Rules. Orders, and Forms ot proceedings of the Legislative As- sembly of Alberta are ndvr.'published and are in operation, and- will be strictly enforced. Important alterations Have been made from the "Rules formerly Copies of the Xew Rules may be had from the King's Printer, Govern- ment Buildings, Edmonton. Price J2.00. .John R.-Cowell. Clerk ot the Legislative Assembly. Dated at Edmonton. September 20, 191 B. Newspapers publisliihg this adver- servant, good wages. Apply R. A. Wright .1249 4th Ave. South. Phone FOR space for' all kinds of goods. Rates reasonable. Saunders Hay fc Grain Co., 1221 Jnd Aye. '3.. phone 732. PIANO TUNING TO Bedroom, can be used for light house keeping. Mod- ern conveniences. Apply Box ald... roomed house. Modern conveniences, gas heated. On car line 1231 6th Ave, Apply Mrs. C. McKillop, 616 IQthjSt. _S1; 235-0 TO rooms, In pri- vate home, two minutes' .walk from business district..' use of piano' and phone if required. Apply 418 9th St.. S. 125S or to Wright's Jewelry store, Bal- moral block. ___________ in the Victoria Man'sTons, or six good.carpen- sman furnished housekeeping flat also furnished suite bedroom and bath with light house- ters, best wages guarantee wprk till first of year, 10 hours a day...Ap- ply T. Stubbs, contractor and. builder 1004 7th Aye. WANTKD As companion. and a: girl about sixteen attending school or business light: Apply: from 7 to 9, in evening to 1253 oth avenue A. South. Young girl ,16 to 20 years of age to work in dental office; Per-. mauent position- if Billing to" learn. Wednesday evening-1 this .week at Room 8 MacDonald. between. hours of 8 and 9 p.m. once an 3' ciotnmg- salesman. .Must be first class' window dresser. Apply ,lo L. Keel P. 0; Box 563, Lethbridge-. 228-0" I stenographer with good education. Permanent position.. The part of "Alma" will be in the tisement without authority .will not be on the Izonzo front. thecgreal battles Actual scenes in be shown At the Empress That striving dramatic plav or in its adapted form Bigger The will be presented by the Metro Pictures Corporation at the Tbeatre tonight for the last 'time. The storj is one nhir-h makes capable hands of Miss Betty Harrison, paid, and James Gordon will be seen as _ Pierre, the innocent country boy. while! the important role or the Count will j be taken care of by Norman Wendell, j Louis Newman and Sam James are said to be first rate in their respective j comedy parts of Theobold and Gastoii. j Some of the song hits include "So-; "The Boogie "Don't Letj the Girlies Get Kiss, Kiss." "Child'hood "My Lady of the Telephone" and "Alma, Where Do You Live 7" The scenic investiture and costumes are very elaborate, aud the color effects harmonize delightfully with the action of the play. The attraction is for two nights, Friday and Saturday. Sept. 29 and 30, and Saturday matinee, "KICK IN" IS RETURNING Local .playgoers will welcome the announcement that Willard Mack's .startling expose of modern police me- thods, "Kick is booked to play the Majestic theatre on Monday night next, October 2nd. Willard Mack, the author, hab many dramatic successes Ad. W. Donaldson Line to Glasgow Sailings from Montreal. Large .Twin Screw Steamers' ATHENIA............... Oct. 17 SATURNIA Oct. 24 CASSANDRA Oct. 31 ATHENIA Nov. 21 Full any railroad or steamship' agent or, Winnipeg, 449 Main St. Ph. M.S3I2 Vancouver, 531 Granville St. Apply Box 3T. Herald. 213-0: WANTED At once young, manias, general assistant in meat and ion store. Must be hor have knowledge of meat b.usin M. Glasgow, Commerce, Alta. keeping facilities if required; G. H. CRIPPS.-EXPEHT TUNES Player-Piano snd Organ Repairer: .factory experience. Hon- ours Certificate' M.T. Assn.. London. England. .Reference to the leaiites musicians of tlie city. Phone 1168, 1253'Cth Ave. A. South. "DYEING AND CLEANING THE' in French Dry Cleaning; guaranteed to turn out everytptece of work at its bent. most .scientific methods applied without, injury to garments. Our work is eure to please you. Collect and deliver. Phons ISM 3U Silth Street South. DRESSMAKING o chil- Apply to Uie. mansions office, Aye., S., Between one and _ four j o'clock. 'MISS 1 Block. MacDonaid 229-20 LOST AND DR. W. 8. OALBRAITH rl'.yoU'lun Surgeon. Accoucher. Hours p.m. Office 914 Third Avenue. Phone 1253. _________________ OR8. CpNlvioRTMoNALLy 4 JAMIE-. 109 Sherlock Block, Telephones: Office 319; Residence 619. Office hours: 11 to 18 a. M.; 180' to- 7 to 8 p.m. j. 1 R. THOMSON, B.A.. ilblan, Surgeon, Accoucher. ItU 4th Avenue North. .Hours 1 to 4t 7 Phone 476. DENTAL of noyal College or Oenta! Burgeons Toronto., and1 holder of 'a'.-pouiljilcu Dental'Certificate. Office: Rooms C and 6. Bryan Block. Phono 1071- L. T. (successor to Drs. Courtlco aate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone 1166. Lethbrldgo. Alta.; ORS. MARRS and Successors to Drs. Stewart aud Me- Cliire. Houra: 9 to B. Office. Hif- tnbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. mem- ber of Royal College of (Bng. Licentiate College o[ Physicians i.S.8. 1900. Hours: Office: HIglubotham Block. Phone U1L UNDERTAKING T. S. Fetterly Leading Funeral Director and Gmbalnier; also agent for the Somerville Marble Gran- ite Works of Calgary. Office oppo. Court House. Phone 56L Re- sidence 284 7th Avo. B., Phone Hit. Open day and night S. Y. Funeral Director. 803 3rd Avenue South. Phone ISOl'. Open night and day. MUSIC MISS AILEEN M. JONES, Plsmofort. Playing and Theory. Supervision ot H. C. C. of pupils eutored for the examination of the Eoyal Academy and Royal College of Mu- sic. London. Eng. This year 100 per cent, were Studio iiS3 9th street south. MRS. W. H. JOHNSON, teacher of Piano, Harmony and Theory. Over ten years' .teaching experience. Studio fully equipped with black- board, keyboard, scale ladder, modu. lating board, etc.. Studio 1226 5th ATe. A. South. H. McG. YOUNG, Mus. Bac., A.D.C.O. voice, piano and theory. Normal courses. Boston, Mass., Technique clavier and tables used. f-jr hand culture in primary and junior grades. Students advanced, for music exams, if desired. A lim- ited amount of teaching done at. pupil's residence. Studio room Al- berta Loan Investment rjulldlng, 5th St. S.. first door .south of Or-' pheuni Theatre on and after 1st. Residence Y.M.C.A. 216-0 LEO M. of the Art ot Singing. Theory and Pianoforte. Affiliated the New York School ot Music and Arts, lork, and Selgel Meyer's School; of Music, Chicago: preparation- for Can- adian examinations. Free voice trial. Studio Room 1, Lolhbridge Conserv- atory of Music. Phone 7G5. Resl-. deuce phone 1242. 226-0 AUCTIONEER W. L. WILSON. Provincial and City Licensed Auctioneer. Farmers In- tending selling stock and Implements, It will be to .your In- terest to consult to terms, etc. Write or phone 1421 6th Ave. North, ___________ GUTilSMITHS GUNSMITHS 4 barrels straightened, guns restock- .---------------_____________---------- 'ei: gan work done by a gunsmith, pair, of waders, newly -re-1 key_ iocks repaired, bicycles, paired. Bear name "E. J. any light Reward for return to B. J. Tickner, machinery repaired, lawn mowers sharpened. D. E. McDonald, Indian Motorcycle'-Agent, Phone 1032, 407 St. TELEGRAPHY FRANK and valuator. .all, kmds; con- ducted in1, town Bent result's" EstiWished :jn Lethbridge Fourth A 204 13th St. South. head 0( tafi' d'owii and one. Lincoln', strayed to soilt'heast of city. Anyone .knowing whereabouts of 'same, phone 37fi or Box 47, Herald. __ 5th and Hudson Bay Store, a small purse cc-nUming money and 101st Batt. shoulder badge. Reward lur return to Ford Garage. 232-0 Monday .evening, .between Jjobleford and brown wooden., frame grip, containing .docu- ments. Finder kindly return same to Mr. Hardy, care of .M. P. Johnston .Co. TELEGRAPHY Alberta College North Edmonton, offers complete in iRaUway, and Commercial Telegraphy. Special rates for return- ed soldiers. For full information ap- ply to F. 101st St., Edmonton. 22U-2C FOR BELGIAN ORPHANS New York, Sept. thou- sand dollars has been raised in the United States for the Holland-Ameri- can home tor.' homeless 'Belgian or- phans, it was announced recently by Miss Hendriki Van Der Flier', who came to this country from Holland to eSsclivofj i'h the a. tied "lUck In" is his best effort. It (raise.funds for the support of (he or- a strong appeal, dealing as it does j to hla credit, but it is universally ad- judiciously between tnpit.1 and i-bor The various scenes have been clever ly Invested with the necessary real Ism to make them stand on' in brll Hant fashion, witness the incident has a "punch" In every scene, bristles .with satirical humor, and gives one .an inside glimpse of the Inner methods of 'the .New York police. The attraction Is fully guaranteed the bridge, wBere the workers ro by the Majc'stic management. phans. WANTED At once an baker. Also hoy to learn baking Apply The Model Bakery, N. Schweitzer, Prop. Alberta Block. experienced of Hyssop's aking'trade. cattle around eight mile lake, a red SITUATIONS WANTED' iVl'WU Position-as separator-man, has six years' experience. Apply, at telephone office, Burden, Alta; 6 WashTug of all desc'rip- tiou, family work a collected and delivered to any part o.f the city 50 cents per dozen; fpiecei Al0rf ternlty nursing, "references? Mrs. J. W. Stowe, 2010 FIrst'AYenne North, Boi 386. PROPERTY FOR FOR SALE Nine roomed on easy terms. For full particulars ap- ply to owner, Mrs. Alice lu Marriott 1218 3rd Ave. A. S. B FOR modern'dwell- ing house, hot water system with gas or coal fuel, hot and cold water in bed- rooms, bath room, 5 beii rodtns dining room, drawing room, den, well equipped kitchen, pantry, etc. .First sales" of Noblemen Cigars have I class garage, stable and work shsd. more than trebled during the past Situated threo months. Have -yoir tried one rict, carBV-HA.PiHy X lunion Bank'of CaniU: 239-6 cow: with spotted face, brand- ed on right hip reward for return to ioe Hod'ak.'107.2nd Ave. S_______ 1 bay mare tune weight about IfloO branded on right alioilldef rr nard to? information (eadin recover! or return r Welsh or >1 O Roltog, Wreniham, Jkl k grey geldlnit old branded on rigMtj shoulder One light bay year ing horse" .coll. no brand. leward for informatum Ending (o recovery Ired I udvltKsoii Hdlons Alta 23412 in ft? Hist POuAd r ity of Lethbr 19J8 thbridge on on! cow bl on the (1 4th September lack with white spots aad i eddish back branded on right ribs and, on left ribs Also one calf, red and white.l no visible brand. WANTED TO PURCHASE W4NTED Have you anything sale. I .will pay cash for Jsecond-hand'goods-ot any kind: brass, lead, old rubbers, shoes, auto tires, horse hair..Call at M Moscovich, 2nd Hand Store, 716 3rd. Ave. S., or phone 1457. 202-52 f' ulect throughout ri at Lethbridje Enquire Farmers' Lum fni' terma} 516 pLECTRICAL SliUPPLIES' I AND ALL KINDS OF EUEC. I TRICAL WORK I .1 PHONElil? MP-1'tf I FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED. WHOLESALE HAY, 204 SHERLOCK BLDG-. OFFICE PHONE 777 W. j. LLOYD (Managors) Rasldencs 365. Accountant's residence 1753. Inspectors at Lethbridge, Coaldale. Raymond and Magrath. All hay paid for in full when loaded. No come- backs. Eventually you will kick yourself for not Bellini your hay to us. Why not now? FARM PRODUCE Highest Cash Prices paid for Hay. Grain anil Potatoes in car lots or less. See us before buying or sell- ing. Established ten years. We are in touch with the best. markets. F O. Hyde Co., Phone .1244. 229-0. Money to Loan W. F. NELSON CO, Alberta Loan Block, Lethbridge. HENDERSON, REID AND PATERSON, Chartered Actdl. Building, 3rd Avt f, Lethbriilge Winnipeg ind Hit Uvarytnlng in An dJts Investlsatlona Books written up tor Firw SPECIALTIES Municipal I umber Mini Manufacturing Wholesale ana Retail Accounting. Resident Partner. ROBT. J. RITCHIE ;