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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1916 T H E li li T H U K I l> U I'i JJ A 1 J> i II l!J It A ij U PAGE THREKL LDCOUNTR! FOOTBALL standing of the Clubs With Saturday's Old Country sot-cer gtiraos some clmiiBes^ took place In the Northern, Midland and Scottish, but the London (Jomlilnatlon Ijaiiius were finished the Saturday previous,'and though Jvuton and Reading went In. with old. dozen team of Uie Heason'B schedule, the fiauieo pla.vod last Saturday wore In aid of the cnui-fort funds of tlio Foothallers' Hat-tnllon. m  the Northern section of the English league, Manchesler City HUlTcred a reverse,/rem the lowly Uollon Wanderers and Hurnley lost to Oldham, the loaders 'liolnij; away from home In each case. Home tiuitiis won all round except at .ManrhcHler United whoro Liverpool almred the points. Ill the Midland, there were two drawn 'samos, Notts l'' .sliariuf; the points at llarnsley and SliolIleUl Wednesday getting half the four Koals at Iludderslleld Town. Cr.msihy Town has put a couple more loams between it and the bottom rung. In the Scottish League the race Is now tor second position, as little short of suicide could slo|) Celtic, aiul Alorton has pulled Uaugers down once more. Aljordcon lust to a : ? ? ? ? SENSATIONAL SKI JUMP ? BEAT 391 ? ? Ucvolstoko, U. C, Feb. U.- N'els Nelson, on skis, has again made a sensational Jump, the distance being feet, which is 41 tect In excess of the Canadian record, e(|ual with the American record, and only lacking eight I'eot of the V.Wti world's record Jump. J'iiiclicr Cice,c liaa u mighty fast tltjCticv luUiii. 1 Litb tt ii..) souHuiy and aji.icii-niu ii;;iii(m.iLriutii lo luc |,ut-i*.ci. s..t..Si*iCtiOii ui Lnc .j.m.n ijiitt.;Ly 'lllC .lOi.ill.l. l/UjS WvtH UL'lL'aiLU li ,u...s to J. A tiiiia and fast u-~uic is the com- lUPMl (II t..C Ijilv.-i UIU) lUOK -Tt in iiuj coiiii..->c. it uah wuu uv llic hcsl sec-i "�""'�. ^av. A uig' LOOKING FOR IVIATCH ond division team as Third Lanark by the big score, 0 to 2. Tlio middle section of the table shows no change at all. Northern Section ' Pts. ms. Manchester U. :;n Oldham A-----22 ICverton ......28 South port C. .22 nurnley ......2S Blackpool.....20 Stockport C. ..25 Stoke crown \vitiii.s.,i (I ilu- iiiuIl-ii. f-.l,-OLlic liKiil. pio.Cii inimical to tlie S|jucd oi luc 1,1:1 ciiivui^^i; coiiliiig-cut. 1 ncy lla^c i.ceii i,s-ii to uUu mn in the (lavli);ia ami dicculiv was CiL-pcncnccii 111 loliowmi;, inc pucK umler tlic cnaiigi'd comlilioiis. ilii: niiR is smaiici, loo, tiuiii liuil wiiali tuu ,- . liatlerv lio^s luuc pc^n accuhloraod Manchester U..-0 | to, and ims wuna'd agaiiisL taom toj no iitiic e.Ment. Bury .........20 Rochdale .....3 0 Bolton W.....11 Liverpool .....2;! Preston N. E.. .10 Ml.dland Section Pts. Notts Forest .30 Shemeld U. ..25 Hud'sneld T...2,') Rarnsley .....24 Notts C......21 Leeds C......24 Leicester F. ..23 Pts. Shemeld W. ..22 Lincoln C. ...1!) Skilful Opponents The Pinchcr team .sliowcil great skill ill sucii l'i.niii'ng. 'iiiCii- comoiii-ation worii was splendid and tins, accompanied witli Siiccii, made goals a-piciity. Tlie I'lnc.iL-nics were good on long range lac aiso, uoiibic, lUcir; Grimsby T. ..ISiimt wing, doing coiisidcraDle c.\ecu-Bradford .....17 Hull City Bradford C. ,.17 Derby C......12 Scottish Leanue Pts. Celtic ........41 C.reenock M____3;', Glasgow U. ...32 Hearts......30 Hamilton A. ..30 BarllckT.....30 .�\berdeeu ... .'28 Ayr United ...28 Dundee .. , ..28 AloUierwcil ...24 Kilmarnock Dumbarton . Queen's P. . Alrdrieonlans Falkirk .. . Third L. ... St. Mirren , Clyde ... - Hibernians Uaith R. . tion. ...17 I . I'iacher scored three goals in the first period. In the second they bagged the net twice more, and in the third brought the total to six. The Baticry bovs are well condi-Pts. j tioneil, and in the final period they  23 I pressed the attack. The Pinclieritcs ..20; were Kept busy on the defensi\e by 'FORTKEJia. KIDNEYS How They Help .Sr. Raphael, Ont. Four ye.irs ngo I hml mkH y.iiiing to .Mar-sllall KlliiiHOU, :� .>l.l aiul it-spc.cli'd resilient, at the Iidiiil' oi his lUuigb. tfis. Deucascd was years of age. 'I lie ialc .1.1'. Ki(!i|)li>ii bail i.ejii an invalid for liie pasi mur \iais, iiut boie his sutlir.iiMi, wlih uiumicbiiig gni, and nooii buninr. rnss;'ssed of a kci'ii iiisiglit and ;iii-aL sense of lium-cr, he was always l.riglil and caucr-ful. and until ;i sliuii tiini'. ago r,v fused to Keep bis liCil. I);cca.sfd was ;i nali.c oi .Sniitli lloxlon. in llic Kastcrn Tow iisliiiis, !'rn,iiK-e of Que-bt'C. Ill', migrateii frnm tliat place some twrnlv-!ive vciis .ico and took up residence in, Uritisli Columbia. From tliat phuc lie moved to Wiiidi'niicie, wlicr;' lie resided with Ills Kiifo, a cult if rancher in tliat srclion since iSSl, bcini; one of tlie lirst white men to ciilfr that district. Of late, tlip liri'c. s.'d meatleman has b,en luaking liis home in Ibis: Uudapt^st. Hungary, .Tan. 31-Naval citv with bis daughtiTS. He was of lieutenant Wenninger, commander of rni(;'d Empire l.ovalist slock and a Uh> Gorman submarine U-17, which lifo-ldP- Lilirral. : torpedoed the French steamer Grave- There ate left lo mourn his loss, ii,K., ^ives tlie following description I coming summer --J"!-IF we HA\/E TO ! ji. � �� > ;......7-'v ^ ' "TOWN CHATTER"-Cartoon by Moyer. CAUGHT IN A BRITISH NET SPIRIT OF CIPAIGN FOR RECRUITS (CoxTixuED rnoM Froxt Page) That means 2G,000  :;"i were kept busy on the delensue by ,,,,, , r.nmmiinifitinn from nek Tav j d.aughtcrs. Ihe of how bis sulimarine was caught in (for Alberta to be raised within six  io'iie repeated rushes of the soltriers. communication from -'ack la> ,u,ugiitrr.s are, Mi.s A. Kimrlon and ti,, ,ot of an li^iglisii .20 i Finally, Greer, by a splendid single- 'or, who woultl like to meet the C.ard- Mrs l)u!;ont, of Cianbrook ; Mrs. nast coast of Kngland a .20|i,,.,,led'rush, put over the only Leth- stc^ granpler in a h.andicap match in  19j bridge tally made in the game. Notes of the Game ...lli .> ...15 RMONTHES Lethbrldge.' Owns a Cafe Charles Weeghmnn paid $500,000 for tHs Cubs. Let's sec-he will have to servli fully 2,000,000 orders of Jiam and eggs to get that money back. The Pinchcr Creek forwards were very speedy, Dobbic, IMlyticr and Tainrart, starring. ^ The nattcry defense proved caual to tlieir part, bat the lighting be-fuddletl thorn and the long shots got by frc.|ucntly. Ladies To Chase the Puck Tonight Not only the novelty of the game, but tho fact that a stellar contest is Naismith, at cover-point, Sears :,t probable, makes tho meeting of the centre and Greer oh the leU made ladies' hockey teams at the Audi-durinu William .lones, of I.owpII, Mass. The the most diflicult circumstances, he sons aic, lJufe. ol Uindnmere : T. 11. succeeded in saving Uie boat and of (.olden, and I'. Jl. of Kcoma. Al- ^tow from capture. He said that tbey had left their berta. Funeral services will Ije held al Windermere Fridr.- Hev. Thatcher. of that pace, ill nib � a e. Deceive 1 "'o North Sea, the boat being '�  ^ ' under water, witli tho periscope show- ing. expressed a wish to lie Iniricd in that idace. tlio resting place of a deinirted comrade. 1 boat off the montlis. It is going to take practi-nd how, under I cally every available man. 1 am glad ' to see that tho government has recognized that this will mean a drain on the farmers' supply of labor and have arranged to allow the soldiers to go base early in'lhe n^o^li'ng^uu^paskcd ! f"'' .SP--1"B a"'l give assistance ' in putting in the crops. "There is no question as to the justice of our cause. And there is no AN APPEAL TO yOUNi OF LI OTTAV/A THOUGHT HE WAS PUNISHED ENOUGH "I looked through tho periscope," question as to wliicli side \vas ready Ihemsehes prominent name. About fifteen bovs of the Sflth made , , . up the invadina partv and tiii^v re- hesules establishing the f.ict___tliat they port an excjll.nt tiinc and good "''o very evenly matched. The result Baseball Scrap Costly Old Man Dope figured it out that' Po� an excjii nt, time ami goou ";"*;;%.'"7\;;rob^ nlimit Sf, nnnnnn nn both sides had tre. tpcnts at the hanils ot the l'inch-,o'J''e game is verj. luoo emaucai. anout �t),uuu,uuii on ooin siuco luiu ., 'p^j, teams will line up in this wise; he continued, "and could sec a red!'" enter tiiis war. Germany was pre buoy behind my boat. Wiien ten mill-' I'^'^ed to the last man; Britain had to ulos later 1 looked and saw the buoy ' raise an entire army, practically, again, still at the same distance bo- Great llritain must find 32,000 re- and emits every week to keep her army on up to standard; Alberta has to lind ------------ Both teams have been onjsulting language to Canadian soldiers ibc" ;^7;r""but' ;^ir^^r li;r" bnov '"I^'cL'^o It'^Tam luTm the ice before this winter and have! Hon. I. U. Lucas, attorney-general, is- noati fon the surfLe above us U old Hritish spirit is not wanting n given a good account of themsclyes. | s.ied the roll^ statement today: httT*;iisL-ere,rtlmt%^^ I belleT t'hft l" dor-,\fmont .,f Ibo Chain of tlio 'buoy and that we : we recognized the seriousness of tho 1.�!: ^^'^''p. 'ccened wiire dragging it along with us. At' Position we would have a rush of men Toronto, Feb. In reference to hind us, 1 steered to ihe rigiit t .xu.; - - --------- - ^ Gorman Canadian in thru to Uio left, but tho buoy kept the torium rink tliis evening abound with | I'evlin, Meyer, cliai'ged with using in- icllowing us. I descended deep into 2(;,000 during tho interest. been tossed off through losses and . erites. depreciation of major and minor league'property during the two years' �war. The Federals share has been The irame will be returned and Ihe^ soldier bovs have high hones of Ect-'jiigg c. Jones estimated al $3,000,000; but If this � tijiu' even on their own ice .with the were ti"uo the organized baseball losses, especially among the minors, �would bo twice tho sura. Pinchcr septette. The line-up : 39th Battery Pinchcr Creek Sherlock Goal Oerbrr.cli Point Naismith Cover point Downer Hover ; Sears Centre Phenomenal Willie Far be It from anyono to begrudge Hoppo all ho can get. Horo Is the champion of all the sporting title-; Qreer Davics L 'Vving holders oi; Uie worid-a man wlio ' gtalfortl "uigh't Wing typifies the real meaning of the word -one who stands out far and above his telloivB. In proof-although none seems to be needed-we. might' point out that William this year has about concluded a porfonnance that may well stand for tho ages and ages. Willie has played over 00,000 points, �balkline this year. Tho Instalments Uefcrco, 10. 0. Tucker. Three twenty-minute periods wore played. Lethbrldge Auditorium Goal Miss Atchison Point Miss A. Sang Miss C. Patrick Cover Point , Mrs. 13. V. Dooley j\liss T. Patrick B.akcr, liover :\larcellus j,igg q ^ Nimmons Miss 13. Hilling lA'ucli (jonlre 'laifuart jngg j_ Stewart "Miss 0. Hilling Jlnruuis jjijjl,^ Wing Dobbie Ricwart Mrs. A. JlcCorvey Pellcticr Lett AVing Mrs. P. Kddy -Miss V. Kennedy Game commences at 7.30 sharp. ly.^ HOW THE STRANGLER STAYED WITH STECHER Strangler Lewis holds the record against ,loo Stechor. Stecher's falls have been from 400 to 1200 points ' are usually gained in quick tlive. He each. In this performance he aver- downetC Cliarlio Cutler twice � ; less �god close to 10; made a run of.-100 t''"" IS minutes of actual w  illlng. or better In each apnearnnco; ran jl-c"'is went two hours and three min-over 200 on forty-four occasions; ran|i'tes against Steeher without a fall, out one string with a total of .loO; i'I'c �bout terminating when the Strang-twlco ho ran 386. And still he has'ler was injured by tumbling from the not reached his top-notch run of 623, made In Paris some years ago. THE LOST CHORD Seated one day at tho typewriter I was weary and ill at ease; Aiid my fingers wandered Idly O'er tho pesky ivory keys. 1 know I .was up against it. As usually Is the case; And I had to work like a heathen Turk To nil my allotted space. I cudgelled my Ibraln for a story, For'' sports ;Mail been awful d,ull, iWlien a beautiful' insplro-tloa Seeped through my Ivory BkuU. I twisted a sheet on the platen, And whistled a glad refrain, Ajid ivlthin two shakos ot a little lamb's tall Typed (pre)-obaoqules of tho ladles' hockey game. ling. In explaining Iiow- he managed to evade the famous scissors hold lhat Stocher employs on all opponents, Lewis said: "In all the time we \'l'oro on Uio mat, I never lot Steelier get behind me. And lhat Is the only way an opponent cap avoid being pinned by this follow, tor he has more power in his legs thap any other man in the world." , CURLING here to tho rlfecl that as .Meyer had ihjs time 1 saw through tho penscopo . for the recruiting odlces." already been m jaii for some time, I tlial a strange, small steamship was Lieut.-Col. Pryce-.lones also made think about a month, liis punislnnenl steering a course directly behind .us ' an appeal to tho ladies. The men, he had been sufucient and that no good and tlic buoy. At the same time my | said, are prepared to make sacrifices purpose could be gained by pressing sounding aiiparalus indicated that a ' In order to win this war. The ladles, the iirosecuiion further, the crown Kcrew stoamslilp was in the vicinity. ' too, will have to make sacHfices if attorney was instructed according-; Observation revealed that five enemy ' the need is to bo met. It may seem torpedo Iioats wore, apiiroaching from hard to give' up husband or brother, Uio north. 1 Increased the speed of but when we think of tho peace and FRENCH TRAIN WRECK i llie boat in Ihe expectation of being comfort in which we have been living Paris, Feb. 2._Five persons wore "'^'^^ to attack one of them. The five , under the nritlsh flag, is it not worth killed and tw'enty injured 'I'uciiday on torpedo boats arranged themselves in ' while to make some sacrifice in order a railroad accident at Saint Uenis circle. I sank still deeper and got | that the enemy which assails that statiou near Paris. As tho express ready for eventualities. ^ , freedom may be crushed once and for from Calais was passing St. Denis at i "At this juncture my boat began to jail. a high speed tho three cars Jumped roll in a most inoomiu'ehonslblo man- ^he ofilcer commanding then went the rails and wrecked themselves ner. Wo began to rise and sink al-1 s(,,jg details about the Kilties, upon eacli other. In a few moments | Id'Hiitcb-, the steering gear being ap- explaining that 3,'; per cent, of the the wreekago was ablaze. Firemen parently out of order. Soon alter- �  and so:diurs after three hours work | "a"! 1 discovered tliut we had en-subdued the llanies. (CoKTiyuEu rnoM Fhont Paoe)j^ friends that he would gladly join the colors could be obtain a commission-and yet take no steps towards that end. � , , "Don't he the man who claims hiS' business would go to pieces withoiil; him, but is satisfcd to let other^; throw away life and youth to-sustaiii;i that business. Some More "Don'ta" "-�Vnd here arc some more don'ts for vou vounc men : ' ; "Don't go to dances if vou can't wear kilts. Don't take your eirl to the tlveatrc unless you arc wearing the kills. "Don't fill a woman's Job. Give them a chance to earn something while their husbands are away fighting. ' � . - :. "Don t say, 'I tried and they ;turn-, ed.nic ilown.' Trv again. We're not as strict as we used to be. - "Don't take a job a soldier has left. You will have to got out when ho comes back. Give the old men a chance. "DON'T MTSS YOUR CHANCK, BOYS. IT'S HERE NOW." BOWLING DbMIINIION ALLEYS  Basement Dominion Building  Entrance on Sixth Street Local New(s The results of the games at tho curling rink last night were; Local Competition Dr. W. H. Marrs 4; Insp. Chancy 7. U. P.. Davidson S); M. Freeman 12. Ladles' Matches Miss L. Bawden 7; i\liss Patrick 3. Mrs. Aird 4; .Airs. Shepherd 9. GHmes for Tonight Seven o'clock-M. Freeman vs N. n. Peat; D. A. SinipKon vs Dr. W. H. Marrs, Nino o'clock-C. F. Harris vs R. U. liavUlson; K. P. Stewart vs Hugh Scott. Cadillac at 8 o'Clock L. W. Clark and Capt. Leech vs K. D. Johnson and .). F. Hamilton. Friday Drav/s Kigbt o'clock-.1. S. K'irkham vs N. P. Peal; D. 1). McNabi) vs D. A. Sim|)-of the most sensational goalkceplng | son; 3!llh Hattory vs Hugh Sciitt; ,1. ever seen in tlio capital, the chain- Marnoch vs C. l.C. Caiberry (all 12 i countered a wire netting and were 'Fi"vo"cliarretr bodies wero removed '''opclessly entangled in it. We had, in fact, got into the net ot one ot the hunters surrounding us. from tho wreckage. LIVES ENDANGERED Kansas City, Feb. 2.-Fire that broke out on tho second floor of tho Western Union Telegrapli company building here endangered the lives of 300 employees at work in tlio operat ing room, 50 of whom wero carried i ling. Fortunately when wo started I down fire escapes to safely. At 2.30 , had pumped In from five to six tons o'clock the blaze was under control, of water, filling all the tanks. 1 in- N. K. A. RESULTS ? ? ? ? : ? > ? ? ? . Ottawa 4; Quebec 0 Ottawa, Feb. ?,.-Backed up by some pious won their fourth Btrnight game at the arena tonight, shiitting out Quebec by 4 to 0. Quebec had mnn> chances to score, ibut llenedlot idayod such a superb game in tho nets Unit absolutely nothing got by him. Wanderers 9 ;Canadlens B Montreal, Feb, 2.-Wanderers, again end games.) PLAY BASKETBALL AT RAYMOND NEXT WEEK Tho Lelhbridgo Y. M. C. A, basket-bull team wiil jday a return game at nayuiond willi the Knight Academy practically at lull strength, and shpw- ! squad next Wednesday evening. A ing a h.liarp reversal In form over f-iris' team is likely to go along with thoir recent matches, u,gain jumped the boys from hero to nlny the'feirls' Into tho leadership of tho National , team of Uayniunil. Tho journey from Hockey association tonight wlion they cjefoated their local rivals, the Cana-dlons, 'J to fi In a game lhat was almost one-sided after tho opening'period. Odio Cloghorn and Gordle Hob-orts were back In the Unci, only S. Cleghorn of tho^ogulars being absent. STILL FIGHTING FOR LIFE Toronto, li'eb. 2.-There has been no npprociablo cliange in tho condition of "Glad" Murphy, tho injured hero will ibo made over weather permitting. the trail. CARPETBALL CHALLENGE' Tho Sons ot England cnrjiulljall team hei'eby challenge tho A. O.'^F. for the City Sign Works Shield, iiiiie and place to bo arranged. Caught In Net "For an hour and a half the netting carried us with it. There was notli-ing to do but to Increase the weight of tho submarine as much as possible so that I might try to break the net officers have seen active service, WHOLE. CREW LOST Huntington, W. Va., Feb. 2.-The Sam Drown, a Pittsburg towboat, sank In the Ohio river within a few minutes after her boiler exploded here today. It is believed that thirty of the crew perished. while 90 per cent, of them had risen from the ranks. "Before this battalion leaves Lethbrldge, I am s,ure every citizen will be proud of it, as they will have every right to be." and all employees had been safely accounted for. ACID IN STOMACH S0UE8 THE FOOD SAYS EXCESS OF HYDROCHLORIC ACID IS CAUSE OF INDIGESTION creased the weight ot the iboat to the utmost and suddenly wo felt a shock and wero clear of the netting. "I then descended as deeply In the water as I could, the nienometer showing thirty metres. We remained under water for eighteen hours. Wlien 1 wanted to ascertain where we were, 1 noticed that my compass was out of order. For a time 1 steered by tho green color of tho water, but at last 1 had to get rid ot the ballast in order to rise. I then discovered that tho nionoiuetor continued to register 2,000,000' Belgians Depend on us for Bread! A well-known authority states that stomach trouble and indigestion is nearly always due to acidity-acid , the' same depth and was also out of stomach-and not, as most folks he-1 order. I had, tlierefore, to be careful Have, from a lack of digestive Juices. I rise tdo high and thus attract WILLARD AND DILLON-MATCHED New York, li'ob. 2.-.less Wlllard ... . and .lack UUlon wore matched here .., ._........._______ ...... .......,____________ rugby player, the last few days, but today for a ten-round bout, to bo hold .rosults. ,1. 1). HIginbatham & Co., ported by 100';000 Turks, aro likely to He stales lhat nn excess of liydro chloric acid in tho stomach retards digestion and starts food t'orinouta-tion, llien our meals sour like garbage In a can, forming acrid fluids, and gases which Inflate tho stomach like a toy balloon. Wo then get that heavy, lumpy feeling in the chest, we oruclato sour food, belch gas or have heartburn, flatulence, water brash, or nausoa. Ilo tells us to lay asldo all digestive aids and Instead, get from any pharmacy four ounces of J ad Salts and take a tablospoonful In a glass of water botoro breakfast while it Is olTervesclng, and furthermore, to con-tlnuu this tor one week. Wlille relief fcllcw-s the first doso, it Is important to neutralize tho acidity, remove tlio gas-making mass, start the liver, atlm-ulato tho kidneys and thus proinoio a itreo flew of pure digestive juices. Jad Salts Is Mncxponsive and Is �mado from tho acid of grapes and 'lemon Juice, combined with llthla and sodium phospliate. This horm-loaa salts la used by thousands of peo. tlie attention of the torpedo boats. "Slowly the periscope rose above tho surfiiceitind I cpuld see the enemy in front. Qt::me", and toward the left the oast coast of England., I. tried to turn to .Htafboacd.-but "the rudder did not work. In consequence, l-had to sink again to tile bottom ot the sea, where I remained for sixliours, at the ond of which time J had succoetl-ed in putting the compass in order and alsQ repairing the stoerinp gear. But uiion rising this time wo wore dett'Cled by a torpedo boat, wlilch made straight for us, forcing mo to descend .iigaln.' I remained submerged tor two hoiirs,. then turned slowly outward,- and-at-a: distance of some fifty metres fronii the leading enemy craft iiassed toward the open sea. At 9 o'clock in tho evening wo \yora able to rise to tho aurtaoe In sofety." FIXING THE DATE AthensV li'eb. 2.-^lnformatlon received In railltaryipartors indicated that pie tor stomacli ti^o-pble with excellent i German - and Bulgarian troops, sup- tho physicians in attendance give no in this city sometlmo between April "Ltd,,, druggists; l.othbrUlso, Albortu, begin an attack on tho Franco-British hope for his ulUmato recovery. 110 aiid 22. -Advertisement. forces at Saloulkl about February IC. Since shortly after the German invasion, the Belgians have depended for food entirely on the "Commission for Relief in Belgium". Their own store of food, even if not destroyed or pillaged, would last only three weeks-they have had no chance to raise more- and the ruthless Germans refuse to supply them I Backed by the ., so generously conlribuleti in (he British Empire and the United! States, (he neutral Belgian Relief Commission has impoited enough wheat, flour and other foods to feed the whole nation so far. The great majority of tlie. 7,000,000 Belgians left in the country have been able to p'ay.for their daily allowance of ' bread-but a steadily growing number have no money left. ' Unless we are willing to let. these hundreds of thousands of ' women, children and old met! slatve, they niust be fed at ihe expense of the Belgiati,Relief.Fund.' To make this possiblev , someone must contribute" nearly�$3,000,000 a month-every- ' month-all this ^yiutetI ; -.^ No people under,{j[j'e,Allied;FI^8s as well able to contribute' .. generously as we.'CanadiansI i I^o cause has ever been pioro".: deserving of help! In th'enameo' Justice and Humanityrrfpr' the sake of our own self-respecl-'-let us give all we cSti lo' help our martyred Allies! � ' 5 . ' Cheques to bo made payable to "THE TREA8UF\EB'.'' BELGIAN RELIEF FUND, 69 St. Peter Street, Montpoal.^ ' or to local committees. ' $2.50 Feeds A Belgian Family A MbiitH, ;