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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta AGE SIX THE LETH BRIDGE D A IL 3t w Eft A L n SATURDAY. FEBRUARY.26, 1916 North Lethbridge Merchants Line up for I?I?n r^J?/^QQ V Here are their owti IVE/U l^OO / . Announcements. .. We Are Pleased 1(1 u'ivo a )nT((MUiiuT ol' (iiir sjiirs tn tin- Red Cross Fund on Tiu'sday iicxi. iJcd Cniss Day. W'v inviu' ytm tn \\vl\) us to scud a ,xt - HtHl Cross Day. ' ' \Vi' liopi' cusiouKMs will buy liberally so lliar wo shall be eiuibled to '/wr the more to ibis worthy cause. R. J. BALDRY Grocer Fhoiie 1055 KTKANGE l)F(X)KATr()i\S OF NKVV IIOl SK OF (COMMONS THE RED glf ^ ^ Pf - Supina Mercantile CKUbb rUJNU Red Cross Fund Tues. next Company Phone 1567 >Ye Avill take the jjleasure of liixini� 10 p.c. of Cash Sales On Tuesday Next. Red Crosjs Day to the Red Cross Fund WE HAVE OUR NEW SPRING STOCK OF WASHING MACHINES, WRINGERS AND HOUSECLEANING UTENSILS OF ALL KINDS. ALSO PAINTS AND WALL PAPERS. C G. OLANDER HARDWARE 524 13th STREET N. The Hart-Patterson Hardware Co. Will give a iiereeiiiage oT all sales on Tuesday ueNi. Keel Cross Day to the- Red Cross Fund We are located Jii our new store.iri the Hura'iuaii Blo(d\. Our new spring stoclv of I'aiuts and Varnishes is here. We hope to see yon on Red Cross Day Picture .sliows Jiii IiiUInn totpin pole facing thu eiUranco or tlie New Dominion Chambers In the National Museum ui Ottawa. 'Uil V 2,000,000 |g Belgians Depend on us for Bread! WHAT THE Press Agent S AY S At the Empress A big crowd saw Lilliam Russell in "Wildfire" at the Empress last night. The play is one ot exceptional Interest. 'ITie picture Ir based on the play of the same name. >ilss Ruaseli plays the part of Henrietta Harrington, ' (laughter of a racing man who is liill-, ed out west by a gambler, Keefe. A'nped with documents which he steals from the dead man, Keefe gocE east to claim Mr. Harrington's stablea He changes his name to Duffy and becomes infatuated with Henrietta. �arrJngton's daughter. \t the Majestic .A pleasing vaudeville bill is being presented at tlie .Majestic i)ieatre tonight for the time. The La Tours-Franli and Clara- are offering a distinct novelty act into which they introduce many features never before seen in vaudeville. Frank Tour puts over a line of comedy along the Charley ChapUn order, and is the means of Iteeping the house in an uproar. His partner, "the bubble girl," materially assists in the success of the act. ! Yvonne, the dancing accordionist, Imalces a liit with her clever playing lof an almost piano-sized accordion. ! Tlie hit of the show was registered I by Knight and Moore, who are ac-I corded a great reception. They have la neat and classy singing and dancing act whicli is right up to tlie minute. The pictures this week are exceptionally good, especially the Iveystoue comedy. whi i ably scores the biggest hit of the show. She sings Scotcli songs that are really delightful. Hlrschoff's Russian gypsies, presenting "A Night with the Gypsies," do some clever dancing, while their vocal numbers are most pleasing. Carl Hyal and Dora Earl In songs and eccentricities, liave a uiost di-versing turn. ^ Cornetists of extraordinary ability indeed are Williams and Rankin, who give a most pleasing entertainment: They are instrumontalists of no mean ability. -V comedy on rings meets with instant favor with lirst night patrons, and The RialB well deserve applause. They perform some clever stunts, while the conyjdy Intermixed is very enjoyable. The Studebaker The iS'ew .Srudohaker (.hirage at 322 6th St. South, Avlll open I'oi" liusiness on ^M.arch Isl. Our repair shop will he ttyi-to-date in every respect. Carrying a full line ol' reimirs t'(M-Studebuker Oar.s; Also a I'lill line 6\' Aetiessorles, Tii-es and Ttibes. .: Have now Installed I'irst elass vuleiini'/.er. and are i)repai'ed to take care of tire iroui)ies ol" ail kind.s. New Studebaker Cars A i'ttU line of Studehakor Curs will arrive next Aveek and 1 would ask all prospeetive buyers of motor ears to call and ins])eet Ihese cars bipfore juakiijg u]) your niiiid as to v,-\n\.i car you Avill buy this spring. An Open comparison is all we iisk, STUDEBAKER GARAGE J. T. GRAHAM, PROPRIETOR At (he ()l^^hellnl Lew Kleldfi In "'Old Dutch" appeared at the Orpheum last night and will appear �saln tonight. In this inimitable comedy,' Mr. Kields has the supiKirl of other well known stars and the pklure Ik certainly well worth seeing. YOU CAN'T FIND ANY We are giving 20% of all sales of Candy, Popcorn, Stuart's Toilet articles, etc, to the Red Cross Fund, Red Cro�s .Day. Everything In the store is included In this percentage with the exception of eggs and butter. We still have some Cardston Crenmery 13utter tor that day which will retail at "lOc per lb. We will give -Ic per pound to the Bed Cross Bnind. Afternoon tea and light lunches served from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. .'3rd Avenue South. JJeside P. Burns' STOPS COMING OUT SAVE YOUR HAIrti MAKE IT THICK, WAVY, GLOSSY, AND BEAUTIFUL AT ONCE 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! Backed by the to generously conttibuled in the British Empire and the United States, the neutral Belgian Relief Comini.wion has impoilcd enough wheat, flour and other foods to feed the whole nation so far. The great majority of the 7,000,000 Belgiana left in the country have been able to pay for their daily allowance of bread-but a steadily growing number have no money left. Unlets we are willing to let thes^ hundreds of thousands of womci:. -hildren and old men starve, they must be fed at the expense of thie Belgian Relief Fund. To inake this possible someone m*J.5t contribute neatly $3,000,000 a month-every month-all this winter 1 No people under the Allied Flags arc as well able to contribute generously as we Canadians I No cause has ever been more deserving of help! In the name f>* Justice and Humanity-for the sake of our own self-respecl-let us give all wc can to help our martyred Allies! Cheques to be made payable to "THE TREASURER" BELGIAN RELIEF'FUND, 59 St. Peter Strftot, Montreal, or to local committees, $2.50 Feeds A Belgian Family A Month. CALDER KNEW A BRIBERY ANB THE LIQUOR MEN Trv UK you will, after an .upplioa-lion "of Danderine, you can nut find a single trace of dandruff or tailing hair and your Hcalp will not Itch, hut what will pleane you most, will he after a few week's' use, when you see new lialr, fine and downy at tirat -yet-but really new hair-growing all over the Bculp. A little Danderine imiuediately doubles the beauty of your hair. NoJ d'/tereuco how' dull, ftided, ibrltHe,^ and Bcraggy, juBt moisten a clqth with Danderine and carefully draw It throush your lialr, taklnjj one small atrand at a time. The (jffoct Ib immediate and annizlHK-your hair will he light, fluffy uud wavy, and hftve an appearance ot ahundauco; an in-comparivblo luatre, aoftneHB and luxuriance, the beauty  and Hhimmor ot true hnir health. (Jet a 'Jn-cont buttle of Knowltou'B nanderlne from any druK store or toilet countiir, and prove thai your hair Ib aB pretty and hoI'I as any- that it has been nefilcclpi by I'hysicUius the world over re(^om-mend the inside l)Uth, claiming Ihiu Is of vastly more inportance than out-Hide cieanllneBS, beenuso tlie Hkln pores do not' absorb impurities Into the hloor, causing 111 health, while the poreB of the ten yurdH of bowols do. � ' , �  Men and women are urged (o drink each morning, before hreakfaui, u glastj of hot water � teaspoon-ful tit limestone phosphate in'it, as a harmless moomj of lielplnK. l.o wiish from the sioraach, liver, kidniiy.s iind bowels the provtouu day's indlges-tible material, poisons, sour bile and loxinn; llius cieanslnfe, Bwoetuiiing and purifying the entire alimentary canal before putting more food into the Htoinach. .lusl HB soup and hoi water cleanse and froshons the skin, so hot water and. liraeijtono phosphate act on the elimlnativo organs. Those who wivlte iij) wlUi a hiid breath, coated'tongue, nasty tftBlu or have II dull, aohlni; hoad, sallow ooin-ploxlon, acid stotnacli; others who tire subject to htlloua attacks, or con-Hllpatlon, sliouid obiuin a iiuarlor pound ot IlinoStono phospliatt; lU tho drug store. This wiUcoBl very Utile bill Is Hui;flclHn' i"" d"ni(' ....... �' value of Inaid? balhing. Those who coiitlnuo it oaqh uiui,,,...-! ,. of nononncod >r(iBUlts, both In re-gari lo liDullh .und uppeiuanui'. ,1, j), Hlglnbotham A Co., drugglsta,- , Advertisement, Dr. Richmond is well known as the I'resident of Union College, at Schenectady, New York. TTio following versos, written in the vein of James Kussell I..oweirs "Ulglow Papers," were read by Dr: Ulchmohd with lelling elTectat the recent dinner of the ileal Estate Board of New,, York City. .� � � Hrotlier .Jonathan sat by the kltclieii. tiro. v- Nurstn' his foot on his knee. "It's u turrlhle fight-they're havin' out there, . . But they can't gel over to me." Aud Jonathan jingled the coins tn liU lian' .�\n' tluinUed the good God for the sea. 11. "They'll be wanlln' my cattle and hogi! and corn An' powder and guns mobbc. Hut they'll pay on the nail! cash down, by gum: For all they git from me." .\n' be smiled kinder slow and Jingled the coins, its good for busincBS," sez 'ee. III. "They're killlu' 'em off like (ilea, they say. They (jan'l blame ft onto nie. it alu'l my war, yet I do feel bad f"or them poor Belgtums," sez 'e?: .And he took a few dollars out of his ,Jeans .\ud sent it across Uio set. IV. 'i'hen he lieard they'd^ drowned a' thousand men, '   And some from Amerikee. So he said right out, "if you do that ag'ln You'll git mo mad," iie/, 'ee, ' .An' he kep' on JInglln' the coins In hlbt ban' An' ihiinkln' God for tlie sea, V. TJiey dill It agin and then Hg'ia. "You tpilt llial now," se/ 'ee. "I'll Rive you I't'llors a pinco o' my mind If I gll hoi' o' ye." An' ho winks one eye with his tonftuc In Ills cheek; "I'm too proud to light," sej? 'ee. VI. Then llioy got to plottiti' and blowln' up tlilnpH. Ml' ho w/.: "You lot nic be. I won'l slaiid t'.iese furrln tricks o'  yourn :,' might 1)0 hoipin' them cousins o' hlcn ' � To light fur liberty. An' he iiilght git in a tow licks liiUBOif .los' I'er.'humanity, � Anyhow, 1 wisli lio'il ijult Jlnglin' them� cpUis..... An' tiianliln' Goil tut-the Bfci. 4594 ;