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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 16, 1915,, HP: B T H B IT I'D 6 E D A1L Y iftifi A A L11 PAGBFIVI! wm Weteceived a splendid line of New Embroideries this morning. The shipment represents a varied and very pretty assortment, all attractively pnced. Wate^ complete announcement later. ^ Pimplp^ Face Loses Friends Why Stand Vhit Humiliation When Stuart's Calcfum Wafers In a Week Miike Your Face Clean and Radiant. need for n^yone to go about any longer with a tuce covered with plm ptoB, .blotches, oniptJoris. ttjlaefelieaflE and liver spots. .These are all clue tc impurities m the blood. Cleanse the bipod thoroughly and the blemlslter will disappear. CLARKE & CO. THE LADIES' STORE PhoDe 453 Acadia Block Try a "Wolfe foddy" ';-rthe ideal "nightcap" 'hot water,-lemon, end eugar.and �^ wineglassful i of Wolfe?* Schnapps. FAIR AI MAGRAfH M SUCCESSFUL ^ you will sleep "like atop" and wake in the morning refreshed and free from aches in the joints and pains ;in the back. Wolfe's AromiMic Schiadam Schnapps is .vnequslled as � tonic and . in' its beneficial ' affect on :he llvep and Vldnays. U OUatMtUnlallHettlt blstributors .HUDSON'S ; BAY WHOOPING COUGH C0L05 periled Cmoleee Mops lhcpirox7*n' itBg Cou|h end r�ll*vn. Spi�nicdic oneei' Intd toon ta luSmri from Atimple.Kh.nd.etceilvf trtiimml �.voldtni dru|^^viporltcdCre(oIeBe Mi Croapai...........___.....____.......____ .Axbnu. TheiilrHrnrliitiheintiieptleTapDr.In' Med with CTtry hreilh. nukef:;br�tbini: eny, �octhet ih� (ore threii tnd.'Stopa. the Infri luurint', rietiu); lilikol wilk rnif cUMm.~ . Strut %M pottat :� daseripHvs too. ^veoLO ev Muaaisra' VAPO-CRESOUHC CO: Uwilwlllb.�Hr.;Ww|(i'l _ ' ; Mr. Morri* Is Reeve- . :The first meWlng'Qt the new coun-cti~ of � Flowery Plftins Rural Munlcl-allty took place at Endon. ' Dolph Morris .was elecjtfd reeve an* Dr. Bartlett deputy reeve. Harvey Mac-Kenzle of Ononda'lQ was re-elected secretary-treasurer, ; althOM^. a Mr. Aberii'applied-for the position, offers ing to do tlie .work for^a smaller salary thau that paid: Mr. MacKenzle; Mr. MacKenzle has held, this office since the organtimtlou of the'municipality, and being, specially fitted for the work has given excellent satisfaction. Magrath, Jan. 15.-The tenth annual poultry show and seed fair m connection \vith the Deseret Aericul-tural society, was.held yesterday at the town hall, Magrath. The event �attracted considcraWe attention and �some fine entries were put in. Particularly was,this so in the seed scc-Ition,where, consikia-;-�^ Roy^Matkin.>~ '- The judges wore Messrs. Mackintosh and.Marshall from Macleod. There was'also a good amount of wheat available for seeding, the average pucetjcmg about ?2 per bushel. In the poultry section the'te were a good number lof entries'' and the list of prizes were as follows :  .....LAN^aSHANS; BLACK . Cock-JRirfe,;!, 2, and;3. ^ " Hen-Ririe. . /"Cockerel-ftirie,-1. and 2 ; StodUart 3. EuUet-Ririe, 1, 2, and 3., . � . , - PLYMOUTH ROCK..'BARRED Cock-WoodruB, 1 and 3 ; Ririo, 2. Hen-Searle, 1; Hirie, 2; WoodruB, 3. -Cockerel-r-Ririe, 1 and 2 - Searle,'3. pullet-Wocdrulf, 1 ; Searle, 2 ami 3.- �: ��� V- .�� PLYMOUTHiROCKS; WHITE - Cock-^Ririe, 1 and 2; Hen-Ririe, 1 and 2. Cockerel-Ririe, 1 and 2.- ; Pullcts-Birie, 1, 2 and 3. WYANDOT^'ES,- SILVER LACED vHen-^ Jacobs, 1'. * WYANDOTTES, WHITE V Cock-T-Elbirt, 1, 2 and 3. Hen-r^ljiert,, 1 ;: Riric/,2 and 3. j Cockerel-Elbert, 1-.. - ; .. / - PulletirEl6erti l-aiid: 2 : Ririe, 3. WYANXJOTTE, PARTRID&E ' Hen-Passey, 1. . RHODE ISLAND REDS, S. C. Cdck-Elbert, 1 jMendekow, 2 ; Ririe, "^3, " � Hen-Ririe,. Elbert, 2 and 3. Cockerel^Elberti 1 and 3 ; Kirie, 2. Pullet-Elljort,-.!-and 3 Ririe, 2. RHODE ISLAND -REDS;. R. C. Hen-Ririe;. 1 , Mendekow; 2 and 3, Cockerel-rMondekow, 1 ; Ririe, 2. Pullet-Mendekow, 1, 2 an?d 3. . GAMES; INDIAN Hen-Woodruff, 1,: 2 and 3. CHURCH SERVICES ; BUFF ROCKS -Cock-Stone, 1. ; -Hen-Stone, 1 and 2. ANCONAS  Cock-R\ Johns, 1 ; Jacobs. 2. Hen-Johns, 1 ; Jacol;s;,2. Cockerel-Johns, 1 ; Jacobs, 2. Pullet-Johns, 1; Jacobs, 2-and 3: BANTAMS, COCHIN, WHITE , Cock-Riric, 1 and 2. ' . Hen-Ririe, 1. ; . PuUet-Ulrie, 1. BANTAMS, COCHIN, BLACK Cock-Ririe,^ 1 and 2. Hen, Cockerel, Pullet-Ririo, .1;' 2 and 3. BANTAMS, COCHIN, BUFF Cock-Ririte, 1, and 2. ; Hen, PuUet-Ririe, 1. ' � - � BANTAMS, JAPANESE ' Cock, Hen, Pullet-Ririe, 1. TURKEY, BRONZE Old Male-Rine, 1. Old Hen-Rine, ./I and 2. Young Male and Hon-Rine. 1. TURKEY, WHITE Old Male-Stoddart, 1. ' Old Hen-Stoddart; 1 and .2. DUCKS, PEKIN Old Male-Rine, I ; Passey, 2. Old Hen-Rine, 1-and 3 ; Rassoy 2. Young Male and Hen-Rine; 1. GEESE, TOULOUSE Old M.ile-Ririe, 1; Passey; 2.. "Everyone Looks at a Face Bearing a Lovely Complexion-It Is Nature': Greatest Gift to Woman." � That's what Stuart's Calcium Waf ers are Intended to accomplish and dr accomplish. Their principal ingred: lent is Calcium Sulphide, the quickest and most thorough blood cleanser known. These wonderful little wafers ge' riglit into the blood, and destroy erup tlve substances present in it. In aomr cases a few days is sufllcient to make a marked iniprovement. And wher the'bljood is'-pure^^the whole system is a", hundred per cent, better. Don't fret any longer about thosr bjackheads, pjm'pies, boils, terret, ec aema.-spot's or skin eruptions; they ar go and "go quick'' if you use Stuart'.-Calcium Wafers. 1 Go to any druggist anywhere am" �buy n ibox. Priofe 50 cents. A smal' sample package mailed free by ad dressing P. A.'tetuart Co., 175 Stuar' Bldg., Marshall,. Mich.-Advt. ney T. Batsford. All seats'tree, collection. roman catholic ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH corner Fourth avenue and Tenth street. Rev. P. Mlniwegari, pastor; Rev. Pr. Bld-ault, assistant pastor. Sunday ser-vloet; Children's Mass, 0 a.m.; High Mass, 11 a.m.; evening service, 7.30. Sermons at all services. , salvation army Servlcei ace bclo. at the Citadri, Plft:i street, as follows-. Sunday, 11 a.m.i Holiness TnecvinK; 3 p.m.. praise meeting, "and'7.011, Salvation meeting. WceK uigiivs: Monday, li p.m., puuiit: meetlBC, ted by sisters: Wednesday, t p.m.. Soldiers' oieetlne; Thursday, t p.to.. Salvation meeting. Citadel band In attendance; Saturday, S p,iB., free and eas.* meeting. LATTER DAY SAINTS rmmcH of jesiis christ o? LATTER DAY SAINTS-Corner ot Seventh Ave. and 12th street. 10.30 a.m., Sunday sch.ogl; 2 p.m. sacrament meeting. Visitors alw�iys welcome. Bishop Geo; W. Green, 1016 Second Ave. S. Phone 14fl3. LUTHERAN ST. PAUt!S:FiRST LUTHERAN CHl'RCH-^ftorrier Sixth Ave. and Fifteenth St. Rev. C. Grant, minister. Sunday, January 17: English p.m.;;LiItiier League at 7.30 p.m.; rehearsal Wednesday evening. liHrtiSTIAN CHRISTIAN CHURCH-Rev. J. B. Pickel, pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 6i30 p.m., when tlio Christian PURITY-QtlALIT Y �- FLAVOR COCOA All Three ItisabsolutdbrpUTiSj conforming to all Pure Food Lawsi  It is of high qufiliiyiV being made from choice cocoa : beans, skilfully blended; Its flavor is delicious, because it is made without the use of chemicals{.;by a strictly mechanical process that per- . fectly pr^erycs appetizing NATURAL f-^-- of S}ii^ANDRE|WS-f-Pa�tor. Rev. A. G. Brykn.ll a.m� Quarterly communion. Junior Sunday, school vat 1.45 instead of 2. Senior ,Sunday school ,at 2 in-' stead ofv3: Evening service at 7 in-i stead of ;7-30. Gospel Tomrerance ser-' vice, speaker, Mreni',''Tnrn thy face from The judge -was E. N. Barker, ot mv sins"i Attwood ; i baritcoo solo, Oardston. Emcieut arrangements were Mr. 'Milter. Evening anthem, "Holy made; and contributed largely to the Father; Great ^.Groator", Emerson.; success ot the show, by the secretary,, contralto solo,^Mrs.,vMeldrum. B..Matkin. , I PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL MISSlON-^Unity Hali;?5tli:.AVb;'; .N^rth.^^^ a.m.^'R'env$mborwii#e^^ Lord's Death. 7.30.1"|j'.'mV-ig^^q'W.el 'TOOfeting;:^^ 8 p,%.; PraSer-^iapi^v^ tpecting; Everybody :iwercbhi(E,'v': '^''-a'^SirSBEjiJiayERs"- '.zs--^ .'aBsettjbil'^'^:^^^^ : bajr.:' for tbt ....f.:.-...... .i -.-.�>,../. -.v, T.:.:..- ^ ^ .:Sunday. pre^liins at � .'New Calvary Law Firm The law flrmot-Aitkin, Gilchrist & O'Rourke, Calgary, -has been dissolved, and'Messrs. H. H. Gllchlrst and H; L, O'Rourke will continue to practise at 212 Squtham Chambers, Calgary. Mr. Gllcbrlsl; Is a well-known athlete, having. ;played lacrosse here;, on various floeasfope w^tb the Damons I^}Sb .J^^yeF Aim Grinds the ?dH# Coffee begins Its Grind witt the human" system, and usually turns but- Wrvoushess, sleeplessness, Headach�y h^art flx^lfter or some J of many other ache^ and pains. ' It's caffeine^th^coffeey (a]^b>in tea) that does it-a^ poisorio]|s drug,: cumuk in its effects, and tQp^ po,!werf111 for most systems to llioroughly eliminfft'e. - ](*erhapsQpfee??hasn/t finished with you^ but wou^dh't^it be 'Vise to quit it before results are'iel'iqUjS, arid instead use i0M .......,. . . , . .......i% ' ' . -the delicipus food-drink',^:-'^ made.from prime wheat and-a wee bit of wholesome molailies. ItV,f - Ilka high grade'Java, yet is absolutely dnig.free-no;.-^'5'; a; ^armful thing in it. * f?*':-'t^i:�lS!|CS tastes much caf feiner-not: Pb'stum cdmes in?two forms: Regular^RQStuni^: -'mu8(;.be boiled-15o and 25c paplcages; Instant Fostum-solnble, made in tj(e ew' wlt;lv''hot watep^lnstantlyr-SOc and 50p tlnsW � The coat per,<;up,l� a/bput the same ^pr l�th lrih4�!^old? By 'Grocers everywhere. "-J^' m Wltb'Uip, return to better,health from the ohanfe, ypu'JJ.^tooii^a;' oC a surety * u ' ^l^'-^'^^ ill IP ;