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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO I- IDNEY TRQUBLE IFFlGiENlS SPlNE SiffirM Fer Fortr Yn^ M Utii "Fnit-i-tim" / BftOMTi, Omv., Oct. 31st 1913. i^'PAr Bbout forty yean, t wu troubled trtth LameBMk.brougbtou by Kidney nd Bladdci' Trouble. I fhu never, confined to my bed vrlth the trouble,. butitaffteted my ipine and t had to-reat for  time. I took advertised reinediMwbich neverdid me anygood. Then 1 aaw "Fruit-a-tivei"' advertised \ add decided to try them. They did me more good than junr other reaicdy. '.My son anffered from the aame_ . irQuble and frequently had to leave off" : wprklne, but "Fmtt-a-tive*" remedied  itvfor him. I vrould atron^Iy advise.' anyo�e aufferiag from Kidne^ and . Bladder Trouble tonae "IVnit-a-tives". H. XKSRLAND Soe. a box, 6, trial size, 35c. At all dealers or aent on receipt of price b;^ Fnut-a.tivca Irfinited. Otuwa. I.- GENERAL WARNS GERMANS NOT TO PURCHASE "ARMOR". Paria.-The general commanding the'lSth German Armjr Corps has, ac-corUnr to the Paris Temps, Issued the' foTlowIng notice to his troops "Bulletproof armor, of which, various- models have been placed on sale and actively advertised, does not give at all the protection promised. On the contrary, upon Axposnra to firs. It Is shown thaV the armor, liastead of prb-tectlnx. becomes Itself the Cause of srare -wooada to thoao wearisg it. "Bealdes, the pieces of armr interfere, with. fi�edoni of movement and make the scadleCa work more difficult; It la necessary to issae this caution against worthleaa purchaaea." BOARD MET IN TRENCHES Poaaibly vf^he- Strangest Company Meeting tver Held ; London, Jan.. 9.-Possibly the strautf-est company meeting ever recorded, says the Dally Chronic'ie, \\-�s heid In a dug-out In the trenches somewhere In France ohJJecember 4 lasu li was a meeting of the directors of a firm of parliamentary printers. All the directors of tha firm are on active service. Their accountants sent the chairman, Captain Stanley t�'w, a summary of the .year's accounts, and have now received the minutes of the meeting, at which Captain ix>w and another director. Captain Geoltrey Cox, passed the accounts. The two directors present at the meeting In :the trench dugout regretted the absence of the third director, Captain Claude Low, "whose whereabouts at the fn�t are unknown" to them. NOISELESS POWDER MAY REVOLUTIONIZE FORMS OF WARFARE Toronto, Ont., Jan. 9.-An Invention which, if proven successful, will revolutionize modern warfare. Is about to be submitted to the British gorern-ment by a Toronto man, J. C. McLach-lan of IT Ossington avenue. It is a noiseless powder which, in the event of the discovery Jifstlfjing the Inventor's claim, will mean that whole regiments *1I1 be mowed down in absolute silence. Mr. McLachlan has several ammunition firms Interested, and yesterday representatives of the British, Belgian and French War offices saw the powder used. Mr. McLachlan did not care to divulge the names of the Aiiies' .representatives, but said that thar were amazed at the effect and wodderfttt silence of the bullets. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited' f 0*ee r^^'i^iea , ' for"yoU-^ne who> l�' oa-^ -am WhO^la Oa- Ai'fyounar.wom-anA�vhVrfiyou',|lARDAHAW .KAR5 ARiJOST r-' � Dodatre defeat of the great Turkish ^^Umy. At Sari Kamyab the RusalanF 'fCavtnred 40,0M Tnrka and expect to l^capton as vBany more. At Arda^an^ ifalao tIi�r..h�Te won a great -rt^toity;-'�^'^They teH -bapWr;ad''m*t-PMla^(in^4. J 'i,9it.y. 'atoT�r.>-Paih�^l8ithe--ina>i^':Brho; � made ToTkay the catspaw of Germany X^ZiEfT RASHA .laa WM'to conunand 6t the Ttirkiah SwverPa^ha^ ^ '; ^ '' � " -MOJ^DAi iii^AW ii;S9i^'' LOSiTr-A bay horso,- yelgW- abouL FiOD'^flls, branded -i'laty'M-and'TQ! on right thigh,'Wire'cnt .scar'oarrigftt' hook. Old Range, Iron SprlngsF |10 ; reward tor returning to A: ,M,, 0teoa,j � Stirling ' � '-21-6 LOST-a parcel containing :a pair of pink silk glovetCAnd a"^palt^ot pink silk stockings. Finder will kindly re-turn to-the Herald OlBce,. >.Ji2-,Qx FOR SALE-T\i^b' v�nr abiHiKblief pro-perties, "both well Iniproved and In the best location.' *iWe are wlthhold-In� the pi-lce^'&ci both are at f sacri-tlce. If you'Tiyould ibuy a home and save rent thiSi'is your opportunity. N. B. Peat & Co., Agents,- room 10, Macdonald Block. , 23-6 MISCELLANEOUS WAlftS ' WANTBIH-Stock sheop, 200 to 2500 (bands. Write at once stating ages, , breeding and numbers of ewes and wethers. Delaney's Limited, I^th' brldg?. .... .. 21-r-O FOR .SALBSfc-Sloilllan Buttercup pofHs.-, arelB and new laid.^eggs. 540 12th St. |30uth.- � / -o^r,': . ' \2^x 88 Wfords, SB.centa an Tnaertton. 81a Inserjlloha for ,th�;,pi>ice, qf Four. MMSX be. PAlp, in advance HfO(R QALE - Hpjisehold, furniture; round dining room -extension. table, kitchen taJble, carpotp, dressejp.ipollle dog. Call  any tlm^, ?29 IBth. iStneet North. . .' ' . '..'25-C T�RENT TO JtENT-r-Jisrge .'comfortable V�-nlshed room in large mod.ern. house, centrally .located, to respectable young ;man or young womUn. Apply Boi 4 �Herald. � 'r .r - '- � :.24-M) WANT-Bfr-^T6/reni;\by young married couple,"'five or six ^roomed furnished modem ,*ungalQy, centrally located, for B^minei" or>iting^r;  Can;take pos-sessibn *ny tinJe.- APPly Box 17 tier-aid office. 23-6 PGR SAJ.-B^Secona .hand . WlUlams piano; wlllaeil cheap for cash.or easy teriAs. Apply � Box" 4t.'- Herald' office or Phone 1402. 'v. '12-0 FOR SALE-Malleable Iron ranges. $1 down and ?1 per week. Apply-412 ,4th Avenue S. � ' . .. .v280-r-0 FOR SAX-E-Alfalfa. $12.50;-ilmothy alfalfa mixture/$13; timothy f 14. Buy direct from..the. groWer9..through,theJr, S'li bs office. Farm Products Limited, Phones 365 and;,a01'?;'":56x'.9^5 Lnlh-bridfo. � "/Jii-v: 251-0 FURNISHED ROOMS-Best location ftnd outlook'In'cityrcomfbrtable in all respects and at '.*r6a'sonable rental Miss Smith, Room -Sj tTnion Bank Building. 23-e SBEH) OATS FORfeSALB^We have a limited amount o�%hoice. Banner seed oata. '�� These .onts'ihaye iboen very care-tully^.oleaned andagraded three times. A germination test of 100% haa been given us this year on these by the Government Seed.. LabOFatqryi.;.,Sam-, pies and prices furnished on ^appllca-tion. C. s: Nobl4'Npblefbrd. 8-0 SUPERFl^OUS flAIR^ REMOVED-SHAMPOOING-MfsaK.M. Holmea graduate of the Pennsylvania' Ortho-. psedio Institute, -Medical Massage' and Gymnastics'^'(S'ii*�t3h);' Eleotri-. c-al ^'Ibratory and Therapeutic Light Treatments, Electrolysis ^ and; Sham-i pooing Treatments given by ap; poiptmcnt only.- Room-1.- Hull Blk..: PRIVATE HOSPIT/�,t --Mrs. Van Haarlem's Private , .Hospital � .and Maternity Hoine. SpeciaKrates^giv-en on application. 1224'Tth Avenue South. Phone 746. �_. MASSAGE PRIVATE HOSPITAL DR. W.; s. GALBRAITH^Physician ^urgeoh> AccoTicher. ' -Honira f2-3; 7-f^8 p.m. Office 914 Thlr'd AtetfueV Phone"t253.� 1 '' ^ dr; mcnally-ibgiTshetiQck; .Bi^okf Residence 1266 Sixth .'Avenue. Office hours 11-12; 1-3; .7^8..30. Offloe Phone 319;-Residence, Ipso.  . 1-, DR. TAVLORi-Ear, Eye, "Ndsi and ; Throat; IJomlnldh TBuildlhjj;' Oifice ihours 10-12; 2^-^p evenings by aj)-f-unfumished. Apply Box,.^vHerald :6rPhope 329. 19-6 DENTAL to; one �'iBil^-^Tfe'i^JS^J^ifltoBia lilainslons,, oue fiinilihe^.JiCW3Bl^pepln& flat. Tyith two- rodiSia'and pyfy^te.liath;'. ren.t;.?20 per month^incUidine.ilg'ht and,heat. Ap'pl^ tie TMaiiyoiia: office, Tilrd, Avc'^S. Mbnfe%fe:i ' ' 17n7p! TO,.vBElS[j555-^W,,,dotiftla .^^^ with. hquse^?"ep}ng .flat apove,. on ,car, Une, .cpmtoria^Je .and ,-fully, modem;, will ,rent'.',toge^>er .ijr..separate very reasonable;' ...�ABPlys,3?honq , 1116., 15-0, For Sate or Exchange TO EXCHAN(jB-Two comer lots in Park\'lew and two in Parkdale, for vacant lots In, Calgary, or as flftt payment on residential'property.' -Ad--dress e; "C.' B., 613-20th' Ave.' West, Calgary. - ,25t-6 TO trade-W� have an agreement of sal^ on good fainn .to. t'rade',Jtor .a fully modem house in Lethbrldge. Ap-, ply.C B. Bowmain Agency. ; 20-6 fOR sale OR' TRADB-^WiU itrade four-Calgary 'lots within : city limits for ''horses � or cattle. �H;-'' Crbtzer,-Rockyford, Altai. � 19--12 FOp: S'ALB OR TRADE^Holt^'Cater-plllai*.''.Traction' Engijii^ and^ Johrt HAY, GRAIN & POTATOES-Whole-sale and retail. AH. varieties of hay: tiih.othy. alfaifa,'blue , joint, mixed hay,: upland hay, pat.hay and straw. Mixed carloads a'specialty. - Storage for househbld go6ds, etc., cellar apace for rent' - Hyde and Saunders, comer 2ria Ave. and 12th St S. P. O. Box 1227.: Phone 1244; DR. M. J. GIBSON-Dentist, graduate of Royal College of. Dental Surgeons, Toronto, and holder; of a Dominion Dental Certificate. Office: Rooms 5 q.ndj6, Bryan Block. Phpne 1071. DR. t. T..ALLEN~Den,tist;(successor tofirs. CouTtice & Qilohrlst)-Grad-. uate University of Maryland. Rooms , 8 and 9, Macdonald Block. Phone.' 1165> I^thbrldge, Alta. . 170^0 DR5. MARRS AND: MARRS-Dentisfs Successors to* Drs. Stewart and Mc-' dure. Hours: 9 to 5; Office, Hlg-inbotham Block. Phone 374. DR. E. G. SIMMONDS-Dentist, member, of Royal College of Surgeons, (Eng.) Licentiate Royje^l-College of Physicians (London.) L.D.8. 1990. Hours: 9-12; i-5. Office: '6-8 Hlgln-botham Block. TO iRBNT^09'"i3th St., 8 '.rooms, fully modem, stable and garage. $25 per month.: -4,22 a-2th'St,.6 .roopas and bath, 'With stablfe, >8;00' per month. 643 8tK Bt. S.,"7-Woms fully mode'tai, $25.00 'per^ month. :":'ur^ you position. .Century Automobile Institute, Los Angeles, Cal. 25-1 PIANO TUNING G, H. CRIPPS, EXPERT TMISIEP-. � Player-Piano and Organ Repairer; * 20 years factory expei::Icnce. Hbn-ours Certificate MT.., Assn., liondqn,  England.. , the leading musicians pfthe'-clty.. J�Jidn;a;it58, ' 1253 6th Ave. *A South, . '� FURRIER W. A. HENDERSON & COY. Chartered Aeeountants Winnipeg -Lethtarldge : : : MMIelne Hat Accountancy In alMts brarfcHe* Audit. Secretarial,. Ad; . , vUory, Systomatlsing, and Trnst Work, Inv(�� tleatloris, Liquldetlo'na. '' AeadIa Butldino, Lathbrldga : Resident R. J. PITCH IE ^ RAXERSON, ,.,. Chartered Aceoiir^irtH;(���^)iJ^ FURS REMODELLED-Dressed and cleaned. Work guaranteed. Please let us have order as soon as pas . filble. David Scott, Bentley Com pany Store. ' ' 222-0 AUCTIONEER WANTED-Men andrwomen to- learn the barber trade; wages "while learning;' tools furnished,! graduates make big money. Catalogue' free. ; Moler Barber '^ColleBe.'604-A- Centre Street, Calgary, Alta. '' 299-0 "SITUATIONS ,WANTED WaNTEI)-Position as -editor or re-' portpr o^. yo^y^Y; Pftper ./by- cijwrienc-ed. newppajjorman../ .SStifsfled .with a moderate',. Balaryi.,f.or ,3tai:t. A'tplr :a;' Rollins McLelsh, ge;i\oi?al, delltery. Medicine Hat, Alberta., ' . 25-O" WANTRQ^ypung'in.�in, familiar wlUi gonera^offtce i work and .eccounts, desires.position. .Qah.Mke .entire charge of smaHroffloej-Inoludlng routine, cor-reapondenoev .^