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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMnRH 9, 1010 THE LRTiinnmr.R TIEMLTJ PAGE THIRTEEN IsitF BELGIUM entered this war because she would not her honor to an overwhelmingly powerful neighbor. Britain Canada took up Arms in defense of obligations and simple Justice. The Belgian motive is as poblo and unselfish as our own. Belgian troops ire holding the line side by side with our own gallant lads, braving equal equal hard- trafing the common enemy. But there the equality ends! We non-combatant ire living tn a. land of lacking no necessity, and Indulging In many luxuries. Tho Belgian mothers and children in millions are out pitiable existence on dally slices of bread and a pint ol soup ouppiied by iKe Belgitn Relief Commission. lift Dreadful Paini All Tho Time Until Took Stndyour inscription Send Cheques Payable to Treasurer Are we justified, before the bar of common humanity, In callously feasting ourselves while i'l! they 6ndure near-starvation ..'What have TOU done them? will feed a Belgian'family month! The average Canadian family, would scarcely'miss this sum. You yourself .sodId probably-spare several times this much feed several Belgian be none the worse off! Willyoudoit? monthly or In ont lamf tarn tv 'Local or Provincial Committees, or. 99 ST. PETER STREET, MONTREAL. Feeds a Belgian Family One Contributions may be sent to Mr. W. A. Buchanan, Chairman, Belgian'Relief Committee, Lethbrldge. BEAR MEAT POISONS FOUR; ONE DEAD Quo., Nov. A. Baldwin of Baldwin Mills, two miles east of hero, died this morning after two .weeks' illness and extreme suffering as a result of eatiny dis- eased bear meat. Physicians could do nothing to overcome the poison. The condition of -Mrs. Baldwia con- tin.ues very serious, from the same cause. A "portion of -the-hear .meat was sent to Mr. Baldwin's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Heath of Orleans, Vt. Both are seri- ously ill, as well as a maid In their employ. The condition of Mr. Heath is reported to. be serious. MR. LAMFSON "Verona, Onl., Nov. llth., I91a "I suHered for it number of years with JtfieuMatisM and severe Pains i't Side and Bafh, from strains and heavy lifting. When I had jjivcn up hope of ever being well friend rccommcnJcd "l'Vuit-a-iivea" to mu and. after using the first box I jell so much better that I continued to take them, and now I am enjoying the bpsl ol'hcuth, thanks to your M. LAMPSON. If are reading; this have any Kidney or Bladder Trouble, or suffer with KliLMimalissm or Pain In The Back or Stomach "Fruit- a-tives" a fair trial. This wonderful fruit juetlicine will do you a world of good, as it cures when everything else fails. DOc. a box, G for trial size, 25e. At dealers or sent postpaid on receipt of price by Fruit-a-tivca Ottawa. Tho Williamson Brothers by muniiH of tlielr famous submarine which them to descend 'Into the {tenths cf the ocean arid remain for days :tt.a time, have actually taken a trlp-'uloiig the floor of the Atlantic in "Thirty Leagues Under the Sea" 1 to view the mysterious wonders of thu deep. Nut only that, but what is still morn surprising, tliey were able to take nut. Uon pictures of their thrilling discov- eries and flush on. a screen a mar- velous panorama of deep sea life anil landscape, beautiful boyond words, soinc'.liing no human eye ever gazed on before. All the hidden romance of ocean depths mountains, valleys and plains, fitrange fishes never captured by man. fields of priceless coral, ocean meadows where only the canni- bal sharks roam about, dangerous cor- al reefs with century-old wrecks winch Mr. George Williamson as a deep sea diver is seen risking Ills lit'o to ux-j ANYTHING GROWS IN HONDURAS British Honduras is a natural green- house, where almost anything will grow, but there is little or no agri- cultural industry, the natives import- ing nearly all their food. plore, au ocean tragedy in which Mr. Krnest Williamson meets a great blue shark, fathoms deep, and slays the ocean tiger in front of the camera all these are only a few of the thousands of motion pictures brought from the bottom of the ocean. No man ever took s.uch pictures be- fore. Men of science have tried for yearn and failed. For the first time in history the secrets of the ocean with its stores of lost treasure, its en- chanted forests, its silent wrecks wrapt in eternal sleep while curious fishes play hide and seek among the petrified epars, are unfolded before human gaze as clearly as if photo- graphed in a sunlit studio. These exciting and most wonderful pictures will be shown at the Orpheum theatre bu Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 12, 13, 14. Just Suppose that you were at a musicale in a private home or in a public concert room. Suppose that a great singer whom you had been invited to hear, or had paid an admittance fee to hear, got up before you and sang in such a way that his voice sounded like a talking machine. What would you think and what would do? You would think that the singer was trying to play a joke on you and you would be offended, and if you had paid money at the door, you would demand return. No one expects realism from a talking machine You do not expect a singer's real voice to sound like his talking; machine records, and of course you don't expect his talking; machine records to sound like his voice. This is', the vital distinction between the New Edison and all talking machines. The New Edison is not a talking machine When you hear a great artist in concert work or upon the stage, that artist's voice sounds ex- actly as it would sound when Re-created by the New Edison. In other words, there is abso- 1 lutely no difference A picture of ARTHUR MID.DLETON, great bass of the Metropolitan Opera Company, as he has appeared in public, singing in direct comparison with Edi- son's Re-creation of his voice to prove that one is indistinguishable from the other between an artist's real voice and Edison's Re- Creation of his voice. Proved 300 Times The fact that Edison's new invention, the New Edison, Re-creates the human voice with such literal fidelity that'the living voice cannot be distinguished' from the Re-Creation of it has been demonstrated in public more than 300 times. Great Artists, such as Marie Rappold, Anna Case, Alice Ver- let, Christine Miller, Arthur Middleton and Thomas Chalmers, beside the New Edison, have sung alternately with it, and it is a fact, which can be proved by accounts of these astounding tests, in more than two hundred of America's leading newspapers, that it was impossible for the audience to distinguish the artists' living voices from Edison's Re- Creation of them pn his latest and greatest invention, the New Edison. Will there be Real Music in your home at Christmas? The new Edison will brine into your ihome the literal Re- Creation of the instrumental the world's great artists. When you hear ZenateHo'a magniHcent tenor, or the wonder- ful voicei of Mfttzenauer and Destmn, as Re-created by the New Edison, you are hearing; thoie voices exactly as they sound upon the .opera stage. If you have the New Edison in your home, you don't have, to imagine how a great artist's voice sounds. You know how it sounds when you have, heard it Re-created by the Gome to our store and hear Before'ycu decide what to be the principal gift this year to your family, come to Our store and hear the New Edison. Come at any hour. You will be welcome, and you will not be urged to buy. We Are Licensed to Sell the New Ediion THE KENNY ALLIN CO., LIMITED Next to Dallas Phone 1487. Drug-Book Quebec, Doc. "Abolish be Bar" bill will be introduced In the egislature some time next week. .No- ice nab been given in by Provm'.'ml Treasurer Mitchell that he will pre- sent the bill to amend the Quebec icense law. PORTLAND REVENGED UPON SEATTLE ON PORTLAND ICE Portland, Dec. resentatives in the. Pacific Coast Ice Hockey association here tonight had-, sweet re- vcngo on Pete-Muldoon and his Seattle Metropolitans by hand- ing the from the sound1 territory a 5 to 2 licking. It. was clean cut and decisive and Tommy Murray, the sen- sational 'Portland goaltender, can be thanked for the failure on the Dart of the visitors to run up a score. JOR YOUR LIPS! The smarting of chapped or wind-cracked lips is hard to bear. Also, they are an unsightly inconvenience you can well avoid. Use Lypsyl. It's a soothing, healing toilet dainty that keeps the lips rosy, full colored and a-bloom with health. pretty, fluted nickle it about in purse or pocket. At all druggists. for the I.ips, one of the family of Vinoliti Toilet Preparations. Made ia I'.ngiand and in Canada by vinous COMPSHY LIMITED Soup to 1b. tBc King London Paris Toronto C SPLENDID ROUTES UTO n FACTCDftJ IIMITCn EASTERN and UNITED CANADA STATES LOW FARES ASK THE AGENT ,EOR SPECIAL UTERATURE W. R. C..'. J. K.W., Blit. Pm. 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