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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE TW0 THE LETHBRIDGE PAILT FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1915 Shay lor Turner, appearing at the Qrpheum alt thia week. Notice to Creditors In the estate of Slingsby lite o[ the Town of Sweet Valley, de- ceased. Is hereby given that all per- sons having claims upon ihe estate of Lhc late William Slinky, who died on the 30th day of May, A.D. 1914, are required to send to the Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, on or before the 20th day ot March, 1915, a full elaiefflent of tErelr claims'and of any securities held 'by them, duly rerl-, Sed, aad that after tas.L date the said1 Company will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among' the parties entitled thereto, having re- gard only to die claims of ivbich no- tics has been filer! the ?aid The Trusts and Guarantee Company, Ltd., the executors of the said estate. Dated at Lethbridge this 1st day of Februaryr A.D. 1936. The Trugta and Guarantee Company Limited; H. A. Howard, Manager. Shepherd, purilop Kice, Leth- Alberta, Solicitors for the said Company. A. J. Ad. No. P .-ATE Of A PERPETUAL CLOCK !ta Curlouf and Construc- tion ind Singular Olsippcirtnce Reaching Chlm. In the elRlilacuth century nn ous Jeweler named John Cox of Shoo London, constructed u clock tvhlch. was rendered perpetual by n deverly contrived attachment which utilized tho rloe nnd fnll.of the ba- rometer to supply the necessary eu- The movement ot the mercury ac- tuated a cogwheel In such a manner that whellier the mercury rose or foil the wheel always revolved In the snnie direction and kept the.weight! that supplied the movement of tin clock ahvnys wound up. The bu romeier bulb dlppod Into a inercury etstcm. The cistern hung attnched to! the extremities ot two rockers, to thai left end or ono and ILo right end of the other. bulb was similarly attached to j the otHcr extremities oil the rocfcera, which are thus moved every time there Is n change In tbe amount ol mercury In bulb and cistern respect- ively. The rockers actuated a vertical ratchet, and the teeth were so ar- ranged that the -wheel toay controlled I could only move In one direct Leu. whether tho ratchet ascended or de scended. Thg clock itEeK was aa onlEmiri but of very strong nnd superJoi ivorkiflanrhip, and was Jeweled wltr at every beRrlng, the whole iieing inclosed in a glass case wbict vhilc it excluded dust, displayed the 'iilire mechanism, Tbe fate uf Cox'? was brought lo light In a n-or> "Travels In published It: .S04 and wriUen by John Barroir. In this book It Is stated tbat In {lit :n ol presents carried by "the late )utch ambassador" were "two grand iecee ot macbinerj (hat were pan f the curloiis museum of One these apparently waa this pernetua1 "lock, and It was taken by the Dutci -T.itiassy 10 China, where In the Jour ney from Canton to Peking both (Lit instruments suffered some slight dam 2ge. Efforts were made to repnn them at Peking, but en leaving UK Capital It ivas discovered that the Jblnesc Prime Minister Ho-tchang ong: had substituted two other clock1 jf very Inferior work ma a ship and hai v-erred Cox's mecjaaism for him PROFESSIONAL CARDS Alberta's Special Farm Harness Bridles inch short checks; Lines 1 inch; llames Con- cord Bolt; Traces 1% inch throe ply straight through with hfiel chain: Breast Straps ancUfavtingales 1% inch; good leather pads; felt lined, complete spreaders and snaps. Price less Collars: Serviceable Pnrm Harness, same as above, Irat -with 2 inch single strap trace vrilh 1% inch laver.i Price less Collars: KEEP URIC ACID OF JOINTS MASSAGE MEDICAL SUFERFLOUS' HAIR DR. W. .S, K.M. Holmes Acconchcr. Hours graduate of tee Peansylranic. Ortho- InsOlc Institute, Medical Massage ami GvmuasUcG (Swedishl. Electri- cui Vibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis and Sflenr poofns Treatments .given by ai pouitaieiil only. Room 1. Hull Bit Rheumatism Sufterers to Eat Less Meat and Take Salts. Rheumatltm is easier to avoid than lo cure, states a well-known authority. We are advised 'to dress warmly; Ireep the feet dry; avoid exposure; eat ICGS meat, but drink plenty of good crater. Rheumatism is a direct result of eatlug too much meau and other rich, Compare these prices with your favorite catalogue houses, remembering that leather has taken a jump in price such as never has been known in the history of the leather business ALBERTA SADDLERY 306 Fifth Street South LTD. VTAVI LETHBRIDOE V1AV1 CO M P A N (The Herbal System ot Treatment for Nervousness, etc.) Number 15 Hull Block. Hours 4 to 6 p.m. dally, 'Office 914 Tnird Arum a. Phone foods that produce uric acid which DR. Sherlock Block. absorbed into the blood. It is the' Residence 12GG Sixth Avenue. Office function of the kidneys to niter [his Office acld from blood and cast it out ia i lours Phone 319; Residence 1030. DP. Eye, Nose and Throat; Dominion Building. Office hoars 10 12; 2 5; evenings by ap- poinlmsnt. sldeucii liES. Office 311, Re- DENTAL 10 to 4 Saturday or by appointment J DR. M. j. graduate of RovaJ College of Dental Surgeona, colder ot a. Dominion Miss B. S. Cook. PRIVATE HOSPITAL Dental Certificate; Office: Rooms o and 6, Bryan RlocX. Phone 1071 DR. L. T. (successor to Drs. Conrtlce uate University of Maryland. Rooms 8 and 3, Macdonald Blocs. Phone 1165, LetbDHd'se. Alta. DRS. MARRS AND 'Successors to Dre. Stewart and Mc- T. 8. Fuosrt! Clure. Hours: 9 to 5. Office. His- Director and Embahaar: alao agent Inbotnarn Block. Phone .for tht SomerrUe DR. E. Q. mem- P'HIVATB HOSPITAL Mra. Van Prlralt Hoiplul and Materairy Home. Spaclml ratea en on application. 1U4 Tlk South. Phone 749. UNDERTAKING the urine; the pores of the skin also a means of freeing the blood, qt j this impurity. In damp and chilly cold wearier the skin pores are closed thus forcing to do double work, they become weak and slug- gish and fail to eliminate the uric acid which keeps accumulating and circulating through the system, event- WANT TO RENT TO 1st, four roomed house ivitli -sliack; central, water, light, sewer; rent ?12 per month; give Works, ol Calgary. Office oppoalte 1 Court Honse. Phone 56 L Resi: denes .'884-TUt Ave. 3. PHone U76. OpeiTday and uighL ber or ffoyal College of Surgeona. (Eng.) LfcenHate Royal College of PhjEldans (London.) L.D.S. 1900. Hours: 9-12; 1-5. Offlce: 6-8 both am Block. ually in the joints and mus- lease Tor year. Some-furniture for cles causing stiffness, soreness and' pain called rbeumatiam. i At the Brst twinge of rheumatism j get from any pharmacy about four! ounces of Jad Salts; put a tablespoon- j ful in a glass of water and drink be-' fore breakfast each morning for a' week. This is, said to eliminate uric i t acid 'by stimulating tlie kidneys to' c normal action, thus ridding the hi nod of these impurlties. Jad Salts ia inexpensive, hanntesH and is made from the acid of grapes I and lemon juice; combined with lithin and is used with excellent results .byj MISCELLANEOUS' FOR SALE SITUATIONS VACANT HAY FOR or Blue! foreman for large mix- Joint; loose or baled; large or farm; must be thoroughly e.vper- tiuantitfes; miles u-est of energetic and accustomed to dale. For prices apply Wilson and j wostnrn Canning. Apply Box 12 Her- Skeith, Sherlock Slug., or Phono the laid office, farm, R-S02. PIANO FOR RENT Or 'would sell ou terms. Must be careful party. Call 41J 1.1th Street South. good general servant. Apply the Children's Shelter. 51__g class teacher to take cnni-Re o[ school Immed- 9. Y. HUflST, EMBALMEH FUN- ERAL 3rd Are. S.i-------- 1802. Open uigat and 4S-V NURSING f- TVHOLESALE L. F. ot Sa- maritaQ Hoapltal And Rotunda Hos- pital, Ireland. Medical, surgical "and obstertcal nursing. 701 5th Avenue South. Phene 793. FLORIST HAY, GRAIN _ 'sale and retail. All varieties of! FRACHE 3ROS, '.-hay: timothy, ajfalfo, blue JoinU sale and Retail. DLciffna, Bouquets mixed hay, upland hay, oat hay and Cut Flowen. Pot Plants and Hoi Mixed carloads a specialty. Storage for household goods, cellar space for rent. Hyde and j Saunders, corner 2nd Are, and 12tb I S. P. O. Box 1227. Pbone 1244. Cut Flowera, Pot Plants and House Vegetables. Phone 1003, Lethbridge. PIANO TUITION CLEANERS AND DYERS, ..PUPILS FOR Kay _1401 7th Avenue North. THE 6th St. S., opposite the Herald, are specialists In chem- Seal cleaning and dyeing. Prompt service on out _of toTrn business, j call, write or phone for price list, j Phone 1812. EDUCATIONAL ACCOUNTANT W. D. ot the 'Inati- lute of Chartered Accountants ot England and Wales, aud of the In- stitute of Chartered Accountants In Alberta. AcadU Mil.. W. A. HENDERSON COY. Lethbridje Meiiicln, Hat Winnipeg Chartered Accountancy In all its br'ancbea: Audit, Secretarial, vieory, and Trust Work, Inves- tigations, Liquidations. Acadla Building, Lethbridge Resident R. J. RITCHIE PATERSON' Chartered Accountant (Scgt.) KING a. C. HeadmJstreEs. Miss V M. Cherrineton. Boarding school for Elrls and young boys. Bracing mountain climate. Full High Subool currkulam. Shorthand, Stenography and Rookkeeplng. Special aLteaMoa felven to Fainting, SXotch- ins Irom oature, eic. Wriie for prospectus. PIANO TUNING 0. H. CRIPPS, EXPERT Playar-PIano and Organ Repairer- 20 years factory elperience. Hon- ours Cettiflcate MT. Assn., London Englnnd. Reference to tie leadln" musicians of the city. Phone 1168 1253 6th Ave. A South. AUCTIONEER !w. L. ana city .Licensed Auctioneer. Sales of all kinda conducted on reasonable ferros. IjJte'stock and farm sales n specialty. Off'.ce at Pur- nilurt 404 I3th St. N. Phone 1023. Pliqne.SS5. Dowa- town ofllcfi' at the I-ethhridge-Wey- ant, efl'ervesceut lithia-water drink which helps overcome uric acid anc beneficial to your kidneys as well. For sale by J. D. Higinhotham Co., TUKN HAIR 'DARK SAGE TEA Grandma kept her locks dark, glociy and thick with a simple mixturi of Sage Tea and Sulphur. oJd-tJmc'jniiture o? Sage Tea and Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked and faded hair !E grand- mother's treatment, and folks are again using- it to keep their hair a good, even color, which is quite sen- sible, as we are living lu an age when a youthful appearance is of the great- est advantage. Nowadays, though, we don't have the troublesome task of gathering Lhp sage and the muasy mixing at home. All drug stores Bell the reatly-to-use iroduct called "Wyeth'a Sage snd rnmlen bouse. Apply 'stating Sulphur Compound" for about 50 cents I terms and full particulars to Box 11 FOR 32x110 ploughing lately; salary S850. Married man lire- engine, good as new. and 12 breaker ferrej. sivjns references to Both for cash. Ave. Apply between 5 and 6 o'clock. ranch for sale, Apply M. B. Terrell, Lundureck, Alta. -Treas., Klcnn. Alberta. -ID- SUiVDAT'S MESSAGE AX Extraordinary revivalis Quarter million Thrlllir 1 book. Everybody orders. Make K to ten dollars daily. Saaiple bon free on promise to canvass. Bib House, Brantford. 50 TO RENT OR Quarter section farm, good 'buildings, fenced, 150 acres ibeen under cultivation, 2% miles south of Purple Springs; vlll make splendid proposition to right party. Apply Boy 10 Herald. 52 Sunny California land. We have 10 and 20 acre tracts irrigated land all ploughed, .dkcliea in, only four miles from good town, good soil, will grow fruit, nuts, oranges, alfalfa, for sale ot exchange. Room 3, Macdonald BHc., Lethbridge. Qualified teacher for tl Antonio S. D. at once. Apply statin salary, etc.. to 0. M. Scaddan, Se Purple Springs, Alta. TO Fully modern four room-sd cottage, newly decorated throughout, in nice being 970 10th St. S. Will be vacant about Marp.h 1st. Present tenant sell blinds and liuolDumr. all fitted at reasonable price if desired. Apply at house. SALE "Indian" motorcycle in perfect running order, twin cylinder, running engine. Cheap lor cash. Apply Box 50 Herald. 41 Teacher for 'the Faith S D. No, Province of Alberta must have 2nd class certificate. Sttit salary ueedcd, to .start school not er than March .1st, .1915. Apply Jn Sergeant, Soc.-Treaa. SALE SlcUllan Buttercup Coclt-rrels and new laid 5-10 12th St. Smith. 24 TO All or any part of Brodle Block, opposite Alexandra Hotel on Ave. TJiree stores stairs, 13 rooms and batb upstairs. Ready Feb. 1st, Apply John Brodle, 648 IlLh at. South; SALE jUaUenbla iron ranges. Si down and per week. Apply -412 4lh Avenue S. Experienced mar qualified to manage a higli class d vecaififid farm Apply to -11 He aid giving references, tiujUilicsitioii? Nicely furniahed house, (cottage roof) on two lots, all fenced n with work shop at rear. Will take very small payment down and arrange balance to suit purchaser. Address S. Martin, 1248 '8th Ave. S, TO RENT Irrigated land, farms of 100 acres or more, all or nearly all seeded (o hay, improved or unimproved, cash or share rent. Inquire W. H. Fawson, Jr., Coaldale; Phone R-207. If married givo number of Ian "ly. B Experienced general sci vaaL able fo (Jo good plain cooking Apply at 1020 3rd Ave. S. REAL 1M acres U3 lots) n southeast of. city, would make a good chicken farm Price. S750 dash. Purchaser could arrange for use o; adjoining IK acres by paying taxes on same. Write Box 500, Herald office. Ono reliable man wante ti Rvery to in Ice 'orders for bos ciistoui made clothes 'in Canada. High est grade. Tailoring Co., Limited Toronto, Oat. 4-t L TO RENT Furnished rooms, comfortable, neat and clean MISCELLANEOUS WANTS GOING -TO like, to share car. wild someone. -Apply Box rooms, right down, town Jalt Gardens. Steam heat, plenty of lot water at all times. Rates ?JS per nonUi and up; 5Dc per day and up. These rooms under new management. Apply to lira, Inga Haasen, Southard Block. Suite of furniahed rcssis for light housekeeping; must 'be in a bottle. It la very popular because ncfoodv can discover it has been ap- jlled. moisten your comb or a brush with it and draw this through your hair, taking one small strand at a time; by morning the gray ialr disappears, but what deliehts the ladies with Wyetb's Ease and Sulphur Is that, besides beautifully darkening the hair after a few applications it also produces that soft lustre and ap- pearance of abundance which is 3d el- iractive; besides, prevents danaruff, Itching scalp and [ailing hair Sold by J. L. Hlginbolham Co. Limited. Phone 1583 GALT LUMP COAL PER TON DELIVERED C.O.D. ALSO NUT COAL Herald office. fat hogs, 175 to 275 pounds, in large or small quanti- fies. 'Can use up to ten Writer phone or call at ouce. De- lany's Ltd.. Lethbridge. buy pre- ferred, weight, nothing under 1150; nuiat be broken true to draw. Apply Box 21' Hentld office or Phom> R-30S, or Xorrnan Boimiati, south west ter ot Section 30, Township 8, Hnnge business girl, board room or room, suitable for light housekeeping; must be close in, ply stating terms to Box 14 Htrald office. Ford automobile; not older tlian 1913 model. Address Dr Duncan, AJta. Wednesday, between St. Cyprian's Cburch and People's Hlnk, a Sunday school attendance pin, with tbird-year liar and, cross Please return, to