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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta ^AGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1916  > Of course, you can buy cheaper teaSf but Is undoubtedly the most ccononvlcal aivd what appears to be 'cheap' in price will prove to be cxtravagemt in use. The fresh young leaves of �Salada" will yield you generous value for your money, bus St. Augustin's Church Corner Second Ave. and 8th St. S. UT-X'TOU Rev. Canon MurreM-Wright, M. A. Holy Communion at S a.m. Matins-at 11 a.m. Evensong-.At 7.;!0 p. m. Sunday School-At 10 a.m. Knox Church Corner 4th Ave. and 8th Street S. Rev. A. H. Denoon, Pastor, Manse IL'IO Foiirtii Aveinio i?., phone 4U2 Hegnlar Service? Morninir and eveniii.s. Morning Anthom: 'O Lord. Our Gov-i>nior.' (t>a(lsl)y�. � Jlrs. Layion. Solo; 'Like as the � , nu u iiait doiiireth," (Aiiitesoni. St. Lyprian s L-hurcn Kvening Anthem: "The day is past cor. Iltn Street and 8th Ave. South, and over." (Marks!. Rev. Canon W. V. McMillen, B.A., Duet Oblifrato: >[r.-=. Uiyton and Rector Miss Hazell. ; Matin? 11 a.m. Sunday School and |''an- and your scalp will not itch, hut Duet: Mrs. l.;ivton and Mr. Flem-; Bible Classes 3 p.m. ! what will please you most will be af- iue. -Talm as tlie nieht." (Dolel. j EVEXSUXG 7.;!0 p.m. !" weeks' use. when you see; Big "sisters Class at 12.;!" p.m. i Holy Communion-1st and 2na .Sun ' and downy at first-i Big Brothers' aud Boys' Department | dav? at S.30: :;nd and 4tli Sundavs ; .^e^-but really neiv hair-growing all of iho Sunday i^chool at 2 p.m.: j at U a.m. lover the scalp. Other departments at J. Chin-:sy | Baptism-4th Sundavs at 4 p.m. i. A little Danderine imniodiately don LS! HAVE fl OF BEAUTIFUL HI, SOFI, GLOSSY, Ml , Little mm CANADA 25-CENT BOTTLE DESTROYS DANDRUFF AND DOUBLES BEAUTY OF YOUR HAIR _ ' Featuring Mabel Konnand in "Til-' \ i lie's Punctured Komauce." showiuK at i -Within ten minutes after an appli-Uhe Orpheum for llie last time to-I cation of Danderine you can not find I night. a single trace of dandruff or fallingo--. Class at I p.m. I St. Andrew's Church Rev. Wm. McNicol. M. A.. Hegular Services morning and evening.  Sunday School at 2j.nd 3:15 p.m. Hardieville at 3.30. METHODIST Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Parsonage 320 11th St. S. Phone 404 ll a. m.: "The Duty of Praising Peo-- pie." S p. m.: Bible School and Adult T."'0 p.m. "Ruth-Marriage and the fu- ture." .MUSIC: 'Clod is love." (Shellyi; "Fa-tUer,Omnipotent Protect us we pray Tliee," (Sullivan): ''Sariour. Thy Children Keep"; "Lord Guard and Guide the .Men who fly." All Seats Free and a Hearty Welcome St. JLirj's Church Cor. 5th Ave. and 12th Street C, N. Holy Communion - Kvery. Sunday morning at S a.iu. Choral Eucharist on the 1st and Srd Sundays of the month at 11 a.m., aiid on all High Festivals. Matins on the 2ud and 4tU Sundav at n a.m. Sunday School and -Vdult Bible Class at 3 p.m. Evensong at 7.30. BAPTIST First Baptist Church Rev. D. Ross, Pastor 11 a.m. "A Missionary Talk." T.:>n p.m. "Geo. Muller, the Man Unfailing Trust." \ liltl i l)les the beauty of your hair. No dif-j j fereuc& how dull, faded, hritlle and \ scra;-;Ky. just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect is amazing-your liair will be light, fluffy, and wavy, and have au appearance o( abundance; an incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance. Get a 2r>-t^ent bottle of Knowllon's , Danderine from any drug store or toil-1 et counter and prove that your hair is as pretty and soft as any-that it has been neglected or injured by oarelPSR treatment-that's all - you .surely can have beautiful luiir and lots of it if you will just try a little Danderine.-.-\dvertisement. Two Sign Up-Will Send a Biij Chorus to the Musical Festival of PENTECOSTAL Westminster Church Rev. J. B. Francis, Pastor 10 a.m. Children's Class Meeting. Ill a'.m.: Children's Ttopic; "Lung Space." Sermon, "Some snags you will meet," 2.45 p.m.: Sunday School. 4 p. ni.. Men's Own. open session. Speaker, -Mrs. Burringtou-Ham. , Soloist, -Mr. W. H. Maisey. ' Pinaforte duet: .Misses Sodoburgh. 7.a0 p. in. Lost Christ. CHRIST ADELPHIANS EXPERiENT WITH FR N mm IN IS (CoxTixuEi) rnrur Fkont P.vgk) Meet in.the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block, Entrance 5th St, and 2nd Avenue South Wednesdays-at S p.m. Bible Class. Sunday-At 3 p.m., to Commemorate the Lord's Death and at T.30 p.m.. to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. � Subject: "The Hope of Israel." ALL SE.A.TS FREE. XO COLLECTION CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Pentecostal Mission Fifth Ave, N, Baptist Church SU.N'D.W-11 a.m., remembering the Lord's death. Evening, T.30, Gos-uel meeting. TUESD.A.Y-S p.m. Prayer and The i"^^oulil be given to tlie .st\idy of fruit Word. i raising for Western Canada. Dr. THURSDAY-S p.m. special waiting ! Schaffner pointed out that the great-upon God for the Baptism of the j 7nxT .T5JIIV ,'They are not illu.siraiion plots, but SALVATION ARMY ipolitical plots," lie said. ; Services Held at the Citadel, 5th St. i  ''-. Knowles was inclined to the I Sunday-11 a.m.. Holiness Meeting; isa'i'e view. He said that the olticlal I ;i p.m. Praise .Meeting and 7.30 Sal-i sent out from Ottawa to locate them j The following dales for Soutliorn ( vatlon Jleeting. !had conferred with u Mr. Hathwell, a i Alberta fairs have been arranged by ; Week Nights-.Monday, S p.m., Pub-I C'onservative in charge of patronage.' lie Meeting, led by Sisters. Thursday, S p.m. Salvation MeeUng Citadel band in attendance. Saturday, 8 p.m., free and easv meeting. Welland '-in two days raised 553,91?] Aw&Xx Pihlaza, a Finn miner, was iu- i He was not taking umbrage at tlie establishment of these plots, but he knew that they were regarded as � feather In the caj) of the men wlu) I handled the party patronage of the constituency. for the Patriotic fund, although $43,00 �vvas tlie;objective. slantly killed at Vipnnd Mine by a fall of rock. �^ Spots on painted walls come off .easily - when you use Old Dutch THREE TRAINS UNITE TO MAKE A FATAl, SMASH Two Dead, One Fatally Injured and Two Others are Missing 1 Albany, .\, Y., March :J.-Two men tare known to be ilead, a third Avas I probably fatally injured ami two others are believed lo have been killed in a rear-end collision in the North Albany yards of the New York Cen- , ____________ tral railway here this morning. The , dead and injured men were ejquess ; gusPICIOUS FIRE IN OFFICE nifl.ssongors, as was one of the missing i PRO-AULY NEWSPAPER man. The tiftli is believed to have ! been a tramp. A heavy easl-bounil the fairs association now meeting in ICdmonlon: Okotoks~.Tuly Us-lD. High River-,luly 2i)-21. .Vaiiton-,1uly 2.5-2G. Claresholm-,Iuly 27-28. Stavc'l.v-August 1. (Iranum-August 2-3. Vulcan-August ^A. (;armangay-August S-ll. .Macleod-August 10-11. (Jlolchen-August l.",-ir,. flaymond-August 2!)-30-;il. Cardslon-September 1-2. Deseret (Magralh) September .'i-R. Warner-September 7-�. Stettler-Sep tember 1 ."J-1U. J'liicher (;r�!k---,Sfiptomber 22-23. Taber-September 2.')-2(>. Grassy Lake-,Soptomb(;i' 27-28. Winnifred-September 21�. "Jly eyes were ih a terrible state; 1 could hardly stand it. They were rt'l ami inflamed; 1 felt as though they had sand in them. They would ache and burn dreadfully and caused incessant headaches. 1 co\ild hardly read at all. After wearing my glasses my eyes felt strained and overworked. By chance I met a man whose e.ves had bothered him the same way. He gave me the following prescription, which he said had cured him, and had ^enabled him to discard his glasses; ,5 grains of Bon-Opto in 2 ounces of water. Use as an eye-bath by means of an eye-cup, three or four times daily-oftener if convenient." "This healing, cooling, soothing, lotion does not smart or burn and is absolutely hai-niless. Your druggist can fill it for you." "If you try it 1 am sure you will be just as enthusiastic over it as I am. Cut this out so you will always have the prescription."-Advertise-menl. PREMIER BORDEN REPLIES TO AN ALBERTA WOMAN'S QUERY Ottawa, .Marcli 3.-Sir Robert Mor-deu will reply today lo Iho telegram of the Women's Institute of Alberta and the Women's Industrial Association of the same iirovlnce, asking if ho has declared against woman suffrage and if they have anything to hope for from iiim. Tiio premier will refer them to his remarks made in tlie house and which are printed in Hansard. He also will tell lliem that it is not customary lo make govern- RED CROSS SOCIETY ECEIVES DONAHS .\ number of subscriptions have been received from private eitizons apart from the merchants and business men and these are gratefully acknowledged as under by the treasurer of the Red Cross Society. The treasurer will be very thankful to acknowledge any further donations the public might feel disposed to forward, and would call att:ention to the fad that the local branch has made no jiublii- canvas for funds since November Iftll. It may bo stated that over $.")00 per month alone Is retiuirod lo koei> the various societies now engaged in Red Cross work supplied with material. The treasurer requests that tlie business men and merchants who so kindly consented lo give, a percentage of the business done by them on the 29Ui ulto., will forward their amounts through the mail at their convenience!. Tlie private subscriptions referred to above as follows; G. H. llarmaii, .$101); :\lr,-i. G. H. Hurman, ?100: Jas. Ualrymple. S5.00; Mrs. RipU.'.v, $5.00; EniiJloyees of tho Lethbridge Brev,'ery, .^8!).00; .1. .Morgan, $5.00; C. B. Tole, ?a.OO; Miss So.\-ton, ?1.00. TO DISCARD AGED OR WEATHER-SOILED SKIN ment announcemonls of policy lo private indlviduais. The premier, in the house, said thai it might bo necessary to i'ntroduce a now Dominion franchise law, and in that case Iho question of granting To free your akin of blotches, roughness, muddlne."is, ovur-redness, freckles or any cnluneous difficulty, Hih best thing to do is to free yourself of tiie skin itself. This is easily ,ic-complishcd- by tlie use of ordinary mercolized wax. Use at night as you use cold cream, washing it off morning. Immediately the offending surface skin begins to come off in fine powder-like particles. Gradually the (.'iitire cuticlo is absorliod in this way, causing no pain or Inconvenience. Nor does the face exhibit any evidence of this treatment. The second layer of skin now in view jire-senls a sparkling beaiitj- and .voiitlil'ul robustness obtainable in no other way wo liavo ever lieard of. The mercol-i^ed wax can of course be found in any drugstore and you won't need more than an ounce of It. 1'o free yourself of wrinkles or crowsfeel, there's nothing better than the sa.volite lolion. You need only dissolve an ounce of powdered saxolite in a half pint of witch hazel and bathe your face in the solution. The effoct is (piite remarkable, the liiies being UtsH in evidence even after the first applicalioii. .Vdv. lo women llie franchise throughout the Uominion would be given serious atleutioii. Sir Robert did not discuss llio Question of woman sulTrago in its aspect as to the right of women lo vote. Approximately SO.OOO recruits Imvo now enlisted in military district No. 10, Winnlpog. OF Providence, U.I., March 2.-A tiro of freight struck a train 'loaded wiuj "'"�'ir^"'", "�-"'ni'i""G