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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THK LETHHRlDfiE 1) A I I. V HERALD SATUHDAY. MARCH U, I9U WHO WANT TO APPEAR WELL DRESSED should follow the example on many of the most Urdu! dressers in the city and JOIN Our Monthly Club Plan LADIES WHO ARE PARTICULAR AS TO DRESS will find it easy to keep Dresses and Dainty Party Gowns fresh, neat and new looking if they allow us to French Dry Clean Their Garments The quality of our work is shown lierr. carefully dean, repair and press your clothes in this department, returning them in such a con- dition, thai von will find a pleasure in dressing, and that will mark yon as a-well o-roonieil uiiin. Every man on our Club List is a boosior. We can morelhan please you too. We arc told onr work i? in French rleaninif dainty and good parly dresses.. This is a feature wiih us. We are experts in handl- ing in ladies' g-aruietiis, iiu-l.iuling slovcs. Let us show yon the of oitr work. Tell u> your wishes by phone. Our olosed rig will call. MOTSIEY MINISTER UNDER WHOM OLD WESLEY WAS POPULAR FAVORITE _________ It's, the Quality of our Work, not the Prices That You Remember. We are again this year prepared to lift, clean and lay carpels. We can please and relieve housekeepers from iliis part of tho drudgery of honsepleaning. Let u.Medicine March Justice Walsh gave decisions in i todayl "After accouDtlne rfp.im? of'the cre-JitorB of the Hoi Diner, the decided that t Church of Calgary was liable slightly portant change. H is taken lo tbat the fleet is Eo bt H your hair is anything short or per- Go0dv vs. Sloner, fed; if U is losing "lor, too-diy., a brittle, thin, or the scalp burns acdU for the de- itches, immediately begin the of suit. dtr.d.d tor ire oe-. a battle squadron. This bad been tfcej pet-ted for the spring of but Ad-! i miral Moore's appointment means that the Admiralty intends re-in'orc- inir the Mediterranean fleet eponer. ,'an' n to ItaSian I'aritlan Sfige! The first application removes dandruff, cools and invigor- ates the scalp, and the h'sJr "Y" TO TURN TRAINS AT MACLEOD CARNATIONS GIVEN AWAY AT STARLAXD MONDAY i Editor' of The Herald: souvenir concercinr the 1 of Methodism in l.cth- I bridge, distributed IJie other nigtt m after the hot supper in church, is In some important parliculars. as it fails entirely to any account whatever of tne oiganii.a-1 tion of the first Metnodift church in __ j LethbriSge. Though an occasional I radiaot, Sase supplier ha u'tttil it IB Parisian Sase supplier hair needs ind does not Injure eW.or the iiair or icalp. It contafr.c tie exacL elsmejits needed lo mafce the liair -oft, arrf to jnalte it ?row thict jfid It is delicately psi- not tlickf or greasy. SoW in fifty cent bottles onlr at ill drug, and foilftt counters. Sage acts instantly one stops the head from itch- fas aoa up the hair.. Use it daily for a and you will he sur- prlwd and dcllEhled. if" one oi the fon- iwrfcnown. ftndant Keller VB. Ros5, for compel! sation for aamaEPs done stockj _____ (hrmigh Vnrstlng pipe.-was de-j Macleod. March cided for the defendant, ihe Judee j engincerft are P.t ft0rk surveying fod fiodlne co npgligence by the a aew ,.Y (n tbe yards. I landlord. Kan'ciMt rancliers' djepate, defendant. vs. a also glren to When the work is coaipleied. te i-o-sible to turn a whole iralr., in-j j stead of having lo turn it in two EEC lions at preeent It fcoped to have ibe new RE-INFORCE FLEET comploted in lime for the College re opens after the Kast er on Mon.. April 20. A few new students can be re- cetved for selected studies. Spring or Commencement term is especially interesting. ROBT. L WARNER, M.A., O.D., SL ThornJi. Ontario. Ont.. a-l'ierniunj oi SS'uas for into a cinfis. nrd we sleeted a? ttaas 1 j teacher, Mrs. Richard Kail, a devoted, Tlis Dute of is to I energetic and talented woman. make a record, sale of land by as ions as sbe remained in oi acres oi ssaB 3n ircles' press. nill be put oa March 15, command of the Second Baltic Cniis- course of imSfj-endcntly of Aiimir- IN ALL LEATHERS geruion had been preached, before by i ministerial travelers or vtsllors.it Tap not till the spring of 1SSS lhat any j church society was organized. Al that time a miin named Harry Hair.es i who had been coTiverted at our re- cent rcnva! services in the frame church at Mscleod, and my- came to l.ethbridge to at trade of piaElerins. We POOH got hunuo' for our class-tneetines and i and learning from Rev. rharlr? McKillop, whose mar.ae wcro plnpterlnp. that there were several Methodists In the lage, we looked them up. and Inter- __-. viewed them in regard lo "JAB all wlllinr, I look a list ot pale at Blylri, ttlQlr nanies, aT1d, jn mv mour, a lioer. is said to naff hern Icbastrt. You Can Be The Envy and Admiration of Your Friends by the Use of Newbro's Iocai preacher. I organized liiem i gootl yOUR APPEARANCE in a nice, neat, stylish, well fitted pair of shoes, at no extra cost, is so far beyond the ordinary that you cannot afford to buy except at an exclusive Shoe Store where your selection is greater and the salesmen are experts at fitting either men or women. Our stock is such that we can take care of your wants for anything in footwear. You will buy here eventually-why not now. W.J.Nelson leader In every and work. JlariTig done we next rented a little tottape Fourth avenue, nearly son ill oi old church, to hnM class meetings nnd nrayer fn, ar.d At in afler-drd the preaching j in Mr. McKIlop's f-hiirch. for had none bill the frel- ings 10'ovanis bim. In a Tew time the owners nf the cotUpr npefi- ed it to live in and no other building war. available, it then that tl-.r and (SfiieroiiK spirit of the late ricv. ('hailfA McKIIIon showfifl in real oarnfiat, Tor he actually Invit- ed osir little homeless society (o liolil our rlasR msPtinKft in own rh-.Toh before the morning service. Tliie of- fer %1c sralfrfnHv accent'.d, were often favor eel ami help In QTt my visit (o 1 ic- porleri (i thR chairman, RPV. ton Hrldgenian 1 had >lorif. Sir his hparliepi radflfd It. flnfi at (lie ms'iif-i; ronter- once in ttrandon nnkcd for ;i prpidicr lo he sent, anrt tho toir.mlt- tofl tne of A arrived local voucher, Crorfie Hlilyer, for the- the firBl preacher In nbarer; Of what if now Wealoy c.linn-li. The framo rhiirch wta In the fan of I88S. and comjik-iM when a wlu'lent probationer fcnt, flii'l Ibfi church lo the yaunp s rlety. THOMAS HOBHHTS'CLirSHAM. The Sanitary Hair Dressing H is line Irml iHrtlcs of l.cllibridne devole more Itlenlirm lo lhe nialter ot llicir f.prjuiial ujiporanco llian do the laities of rjnr other dlv YH even In I.ellibrlilK'- the flrl with a ivtce hcij.of hair on'olijfcl of artmltatloii anil Itic envy and despair o< her 1MB furtunale steterp. II is lhe initlllscnt "I mnilary halr-drpssing Ihnl makes all the aifterenre Wlilioui this, ilandruff fcriiiR on the scalji; Hie hair liiEter, slots and beamy: licioincs nnoven, rlcad and Hmlly drojis oul. Hair Ihal present Cnt clcin. fluffy, well tared [or nuprarance IB al- alv.-iv5 with' Ncv.bro's Herpleld.. H yfri Kerpicide trie only jjerm remedy for tlandri.rr spM In The success Hiis 'cleaLi. pure acalp prophylactic, Its