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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta "IUGE EIGHT THE LETHBH1DGK .1} 4 1LY HERALD SATURDAY, KKBUUAUY 14, ISM Pimples and Children AM Mothers Should Carefully Watch for Pimples and Uss Stuirfi Cal- WELL-KNOWN OLD-TIMER AND i cium Wafers the ESTIMABLE WOMAN PAYS i They Appear LIFE'S TOLL llooti ff fhUdrou ;i j coru'.n ported of iVir li N that ihclr brauty !s m-nK- IT iLarrei. the 1 or ?bouM Mr. 1- II. IMttum, Mr. AL j her cb.iMrou as an-l as i-.rv U-rbui, H. I'., was foii'-i! iLtee isiiprisoiitr.fM by J j Wjlili TLr kU'-e irfatrtE a c.ii-a I I ".-s hi trust KvalLy ai iLf j CLicr has had tn-rac tor son-.o Ii is saiJ I-.rre M-n "Give children Pu.-e Blood and all. blcmiihes Pee." Cak-ium Wafers and Hood, Uriviiii: cut :iH voisaiis A-id imparities. And you'll f.ever bare a goad c-ouii'lexfon until the Is clt-au. These- litile wafers be used vith perfect Science to more poy. er'ul cleaasor, are entirely from harmful or opiates. Year doctor pre- s-crilws these hiMidnr'ii uf time 5 a soar. Stuart's Calcium Wafers so riaht kitb your Thoir purifyinr, ben- f'f.cial effect upon Wood is foil throughout tbe body, not in a year or month, bcl In a few Yea feel betier all over because your blood, the tifegitinc fluid, is doing its properly. No matter bad your Ion is. Stuart'3 Calcium Wafrra will with ii. You can tliesti tiitle wonder-ivorkers ai jour drtiTrist's lor 50 cems a pa.ck.iae. Advt. election of tteoree Scon as councillor of AVellatid. has beta pro- tested on the ground of insufficient Vropsrly qualification. imp. Prescription is evm- if ruii .vlt to give in the bux a ulo luU have been t-onstrtcil us perjury. lulled oi sntae weeks Hur- oM ii. vasscJ 3'rt'ay in who uas the uiuthor uf Trer.- PicVEon, n'si'loi ior many years in .Macleod aiid be- Lir.d a u-ide circle m'qiiAitiUrA'cs io will itecpK iiiciicn her c was in her OJril ifar. The Iu- The r.eir parcels post system is ROW in iull sviiiifi in .Mudcud and efiive offjL'i.iis arc alrea-Jy setliDg the ''bans'' pf it. The firbt parcel to be s.fnt out c-f Mac'eotl was the_ Mounted i'olice to the tirst-pAtfcJ to pjbs through Itr I cmice is as to I'mcher Creek while the iirst to be received ly Industrial- Cuir.missiocer Moii.it t from The Keih-j bi idee Herald. I Introduced by -Crown .M. Campbell, ivitii uhose office he is now connected, .Me. R. K. Barnes oi Macleod was formally cull- ed to tlie bar in the rfupreiiie Court here by vtalsii and admitted a jDember oi the1 Law Society ol Al- berta. I3oru in AUick'oil in the year] IfiSl, Uobcrt Fullpn Uarnrs. son of] B. Barnes, of the best fcr.o'.vn I oid-tiniers oi Mdeleod, enjoys tbe Ois-[ tinctiDn 61 Ueir.g the iirsi graduate th? Jlacleod -sciiboU to enUr the legal profcssiop. .Following the grad- uation from Victoria Institute, ilr. "Karces articled a sturlfct at Tilth K. I1. McNeil, who is no'.v a o.r the District Court-at MacleoJ." anV in 1912 he bis final ihnt, destroyed the home -of 1'eter CHURCH SERVICES Quj_ihf allAut-6i gi.c >va5 descf a ]aml) la'.iiie oilier. Tie ANGLICAN ST. ACtiUKTlN'S ClU'lU'U Corner Seooni Ave. acd Kifihth St. llev. Cauou MurrelAVright. redor. Latins 11 aia. Holy Commuaicn et- 1 Sunday at a-tii. i at tte eleven o'clock ou the! first S-'-day cJ :bc 7-30 p.m. Suuilny schix'l 10 ST. MARY'S OVJKC'lI-Jler. C- j II.. 1'oyhjin, lick Ctciimuniua S a.m. Choral Kuciiatiat on the- Oist Sunday of- the ILIOQ'.IL ai e'eu'ii service. U a-Ri. day school 3 p. r.i- 1-30 p. ST. CVIMUAX'S C' ner 5th Ave. ami Mlerentb St. Canon MoMitlen, rector. MaLics 11 i a.ia. Kven-conj; 7.30 p. ni. cKil and hible class three p. m. Holy coiiMr.ur.ion on tte lirst aui third Sunday at S.30 a.m. and tu tbe oiiii aut! fourth Sundays it liie oYtotfc CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCii OF CHRIST, j Royal block. Ser- at eleven a- m. Wednesday cv- entug meeting. SAlu p m. TLe reading room Is to every- one ever? day from three to five p.m. Everyone Is cordially invited to at- tend. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. PATRICK'S Nov. A. H. RcsGCthal. Ilcv. P. Miai- wegen. assistant. Chililrenrs Mass 9 a.m. High 11 a. ni- Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 P.M. Sermon at each SALVATION AFiNW Services are lids at the Citadel, Fift'i street, as Sunday, 11 a.m., 3 p.m., pralso raeellns. and 7.SO, Salvation meeting. Week nights: ilondav, S p.m., p-jbllc led by stains-ay, car-' s ode band "i lamp fell off and iguUed-a pile oi cioltnr.E. J. p. HICINBOTHAM 4 CO.. LETH- BRiDGE. MAKES PARIS SIT UP en- trusted with the of the of revictualling !he fonifieJ camps of Paris has made (he surpris- m? discovery that if -aar were to break out Parib vroul3 be starved af- ter four days. IF YOU ARE A DRINKING MAN You liaa better ?top at once or yoQll lose ycur job. Every linear is.dosing Us doors to "Drink iutT'iiieiJ: "It'may be your turn next: By tlie of-QRRlXK thousands of meQ reslured to lives .iobfletj' and I .We sare that OURIXE w benefit you Lfcat we I sov. to-you that I' after a trial you iafljtp get any beneSt your nioney will be re- funded. 'f I "Priattoks" tliiuk of you'll sober men jre worth iiio're'tot tlielt omploy- ere and get higher CcslsroDly a box.' We have ar inieiesiiiig "booklet about ORRINE that we are giving away free on re quest Call at our store talk U bvtr. Red Drug Store, Ltd.. Bargain Events A big-list of useful things, goods you use every day ,and require rigHt now, positively priced lower than ever before.for. a.quick turnover for cash Sat. and Mon. only 90c Aprons for 65c Kitchen Apron or.Mituout light '.niedium o'r dark Ehades; -maler- -Prlcls and Ginphams. Corset Covers 25c XVoinen's 'rambrtc, lace trim- med Corset Covers; regular laJue 4rtc. Satutday ati'l I'relly Dusting Caps S-4 Bleached Sheeting Tiro regular 3 vards ju a jrond close. .-.'even wi'iivc clotti. sVllin- Sal- urday and 56 DOWN FILLED QUILTS for 0 J9 DOWN FILLED (JC QUILTS for ......90iOU DOWN FILLED ffQ Qr QUILTS PURE COTTON FILLED QUILTS Hoys' Sweater Coats Wide Bleached Shectimi This is u's: regular Kiic-ct- and caii reronnnen-l i! for its Bearing Kat- urtlay and Monday S p.m.. ineetlng. Citadel baud ID atteadance; Saturday, 3 free aod easy, meeting. CHRISTADELPHIANS CHRISTADELPHIAN'S Meeting Hoom, 230 Thirteenth St., N., (b.c- twetn 2nd and 3rd Breaiing of Urfad, 4 p. nj. Evening scrtice 7.30 p. m. A Irclure will te deliveced by Sir. Sidney T. Hatstotd. Subici'l. Is the Soul Every- body wetcoT.e.. Bring your Diblcs. No collection. PENTEC2ETA.L PENTECOSTAL Al (he bon-.e of Sir.' 'Siinmonett, 1323 Third ave. minute's from the car Tuesday erenlngs at S o'clock. Thursday 'evenings at S o'clock.' special u-_altlDg on the .Lord for the Baptisri of the Holy Spirit Sunday moroing'at'10.30 o'clock, rc- inemberia? of Tiie'Lont's Ceatlu Ssr vice in the evenlcg' ?t 7.JO. Cornc and drink ol -the water o[ life freely. '.'For .Ihs .promise, is unto you .aod to i'our to all that' are afar oil, ss uiaay as the Lord our God, shill call." LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OP JESCS1-.CHRIST OF LATTES 0. E Hall. 10th Y.' M: C. A. 9.45 a.m. Offlcers-Jand teachers meet ES: 10 Scbool; 2 5acramect meeting. Visitors alwaj welcome. Bishop B. S.' Young, 131: 3rci av'c. 3. 'Pbone'685.; BELIEVERS 418: Thlrteectt street. North assemble on Day for breaking of bread at 11 a.m. Gospe preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading 7.45 p.m. LUTHEHAN I ST. PAUL'S F1HST LUTHERAN 6th Ave. and at a-m. tcrnth St. Rcr. C. Grant, minister. ijan Er.Jeavor at 7 Sunday, Feb. 15. Services II a.rn. ar.d T'.SO p.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. Women's eslra iarge Overall AproTiH, a splenjifj style in light, medium and dark prints. Ladies' Cambric Drawers Sheets Kull Illcaclied Ilemr.ied Sheets, sood value al Hat- urday and en sale at S1 AVIATION CAPS [nr 50c TOQUES (or................. CHILD'S WOOL HOODS for 51 WINTER CAPS for 50c 25c 60c 60c HAIR NETS 12 fur............... 25: SILK RIBBONS for LINEN HANDKER- CHIEFS, each LAROE LACE COLLARS 25c 15c 5c 25c snmrlcnt slock of Ladies' mul cyci'luul the. plcnsnrc ot'isliowiiig. All very rensuimbly jiriced. A. .viiricfv Sjiriiifr (.iouds HOW vciidv. Regina Guessing Contest A chance to get n high-grade ntliusloil Walcli iibsohiloly free mid much effort. You simply conic Id our store and guess long {he-Watch will go with ono winding. The entire proposition is iutcmlcd to1 attract special attention to the superior quality and value of liogina Watches, which have been made continuously siiu'o 1848andiiuvea world- wide reputation for matchless merit. We give every assurance that every- one shall have "a square deal" in accordance with these conditions: All guesses to be In our hands not [ater than 10 a.m. Mon- day, the 16th. The Watch will be awarded to the FIRST person guessing nearest the correct why you 'should send in ycur cuess early. Winner may have choice of either Ladles' or Gent's Watch. By finding out which of yb'Jr friends own Regina Watches you can set an approximate Idea of what guess to make. The fact that thsse watches are all carefully timed and adjusted before being sold Is a guarantee of abtsHite precision and high-grade service, with no better movements made anywhere, no matter what price you pay. Regina Watches rank first In polnt'-of actual merit and the lucky person'to win this contest will get worth having'. Register your guess tonight. You don't have to buy. R. A. WRIGHT FIFTH STREET. THE PIONEER JEWELER anil S p.m. Chris- p.m. HRST BAPTIST CHUKCII, corner Third nvcnue and Ninth Rev. Ross, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and .Momir.B subject, ning syb- CHKioTIAN ST. ANDREWS CIIURCH-13th .CHRISTIAN" St., X. llev. A. 0. Bryan, minister, i ,ccl Glcrf." Hall. Rev. J. B. Picbel, pastor. Sun i preach in the morning on "Short day school, 10.30 3.m. Preaching set-; Cuts" and there will he- s sonj serv- the evening. BAPTIST Rylands Co. Special .Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS, HALL t BOflCHERT ADJUST. ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS j singing and a welcome for nil. 1 da'y school 3 p.'n. .Sun- CA.RDS AND METHOtJlST J. Francis, pastor. Morning suh- icct the thiril of a series oi sermons I FIFTH AVB. BAPTIST CHUIICH markings With Master Miiiiis. II. KIr.ier Green, pastor. Ucs- "The 'ncp'arting Christ." (.'hiiilrrn's i ider.ce 312S 'Sixth avenue norlli.! topic, "How They Ate Their Din- suiijcct, "A Worthy Am- r.crs." Children's congtegation al "The Kx-1 parsonage at a.m. Men's Own acting Man." This is tie iirat of a at 1 p'.in., wlicn'llev. Mr. Toomhs, of series of sermons on l.ctlibridge men liaymond "Tlic Religion (ton: the lives of some ol Ihc of the South Cnnnlry." EvcniDg s. For the next tew Sun- subject, "The First Iliiuml Hyzcn." dajs the paslrr will iliscuss Tomorrow1 will be observed as Mis- tcristira found in bolh sionary IJr.v. men and Apostles ol oat Lord. Oood (JIlUliCH-Hev. H. Cobhlc'lick, pastor. 320 lilcvcnth stret-l. 1'hone 104. Morn- ing subject, "The Last Messrs ul Christ.': N'o. I, "The Glory of Over- coming." Evrnlnn auhiccl, "The Outlook ol an Oplimism." Mornlns music, alilliein, "What Arc Slaiwr, and sulu, sdeclptl. Kvcni nnlhern, "Daughters ol Ctarhc, and .solo, Miss Young. Sunday school ar.'I IliHc classes, 3 p.m. KNOX PIlKSIIYTI'lHIAN'Mlnislfr, licv. A. (1. Car.non. Public worship at II a.m. and ji.iii. Kcv. W. H. Toomhs, Iliij-inonil, ivlll preach at services, Moming'suhjcct, "Tfie Motive of the Christian Life." Eve- ning subject, Idea of Depaittiifrit oi tl.e Wab- scliiiol al 2 p.m. All other de- partments ami Ilililc class at 3 p.m. Chinese class at 4 p.m. Morning anlhem, "Christ a Child." Tscliackovtky; snflMu solo, Tllllik When I Head That Sweet Slory of John Weil. Kvening a'lthrin, "Sun ol My .Soul." Turner; contralto and harilor.e duct, "The llaj Is Dy- ing in Ihe NV.In. Kcvl .Suniby even ing special mu- sical service; Mendelssohn's "llsai My and wlections Iroin Klijah and SI. 1'aul. A Pleasant Evening for the Citizens of Lethbridge THE WOMEN'S ClViC CLUB EXTEND A CORDIAL INVITA- TION TO THE PUBLIC TO ATTEND PARTY IN THE S. 0. E. HALL ON Monday Evening, "Feb. 16th COMMENCING AT 8.30. PROCEEDS TO RAISE A FlND FOR A GIRLS' REST ROOM 'fho.'e who Ihis lovlutlon arc ntsureil Ibat (he ladles have planned to them a Jolly good lime. Bnjoy a pleasant evening with The Women's Civic Club DRESS OPTIONAL ADMISSION 50c ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR i', i NEVER YAWES IN JTvS SliraRIOR EXCELLENCE crisp cnisr.v fine Ut OGItVrC HOUR HIU4 For Sale by All Dciil ;