Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
^ffeoE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEWALD FRIDAY. MARCH 31, 1910 PURE FOOD MARKET E.^.Pawscn's Fane*/ I'.iii aowuijitaaisiaiii aucieU' Kiliior the short (ull wUiie sHirl, tvtiluti came leaiwd her tiiud llule goldBD several tuchca Boouer than you'd ever head agiUust ihe wludow sash. have thought It could. It's owners jii.j stan-'d atrosd ttl Levis, where ai laugh shrlUed from the King's Bastion be ON SALL THIS WEEK END These lambs topped the market and were secured by us in competition with Vancouver Calgary and Edmonton buyers. We will also have a SPECIAL LINE OF Tomato Sausage per lb. - - - 25c Nothing better to be had NewLaidEggs per doz. -. - - 20c The Best Dairy Butter on the Market 2 lb. - - - - 65c The Finest Ayrshire Roll Sliced per lb. - SOc See Our Display of Meats TO-NIGHT And Compare it With What You are Offered Elsewhere Main Market, 3rd A. S. Phoner. 412 and 1388 Dpininion Market, 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. Phone 1654 alaceMarket,13thSt.N Phone 431 thun-h splr* taught the laat auu ou cross Up. She was so douo out she cuuidn 1 rememher her owu uanio ei-ccpi in patches. But she svas triumphant past all telling, (or she was puU-lus giT the stunt o( her career! .Miijs Nevlnaoa," she could hear the City Editor saying, "1 wish to heaven you d had more experience, but I've nobody else 1 can spare. Jacciuemluot's gouig to Quebec on her honeymoon and you gotta follow her. They're" good (or a column or two to begin with. Dou't wire or they'll get on to you. We'll keep faking till your tlrst stuff comes through. "iep, to-night. EHeven-thlrty from the Central Station. Here s your ticket and some expense money. Vour room's reserved by wire," The deputy-assistant causht ber breath as she remembered It. JacquemlBotl The thrice or more wedded stage beauty whom she'd seen a miraculous once across the footllBhts, In the movies limes without number, and via the Sunday Supplement pretty nearly every week, had just capped her successful divorce by annexing Dickie Dpdike, whose mother lived on Michigan Boulevard whenever she deigned to come home and run social Chicago. Jacqueminot's little toes had kicked holes In many a money bag before now, but not even the dancers heaviest backers would have thought her capable of reaching Mrs. Updike's lorgnette. The deputy-assistant-whose name was LuoeUe Uarose on the staff and Wary Imogen at home-packed ber suitcase with more grins and groans than gauds and gowns. How she was to remain a week at the Chateau Fron-tenac with one navy blue serge suit, half a'dozen biouses and a black evening gown she didn't know, but the City Gd. was Inexorable and besides, twenty-two-and blonde-is nerry anyhow. The train-a perilous glimpse into the Updike private cai^a long, thrill-some, fakesome story reeled off in the lower berth between twelve and two, and posted by an obliging porter-the Canadian boundary-Montreal and a spanking drive across town in a gorgeously belurred sleigh-train agajn- and at last the sunshine of Quebec and the quick cries of -Volture, rolture, M'seUer which reminded her that she and her prey bad reached a foreign-spesklng and most picturesquely different land. There was a room reserved for her as near the Updlkes as possible and they Hrtually went up In the same elevator, so close that Mary teaoed out and touched the beauty's silver fox furs. Miat bo's she could say she'd done It, larquemlnot was even perter and :iretller in reality than she was la the supplements. IncldentaJly Mary saw tier looking at her new husb&nd under uer long lashes In a way that suggested Che thought-but It wasn't probable, iiirely!-that the nimble-toed lady had > heart under her radium-lace blouse. Anyhow the glance would make stun-Qing good copy. Jast b� they got oat of the elerator -Mary last as t>e&tted blue serge-a nan passed through the corridor He .vas tall-ov�r six fset. Or at least he aad been. Now he was bent a bit and oe leaned on another man's arm. Both were in khaki, but the tall man's jhouMer strap bore a crown and his face-oh. it was a drawn, white parchment, scribbled with ghastly tales of bombs and wet tr�uch*?s. wire entangle-Qiputs and the green mist of deadly ^Tiaes. "Poor chap!" said Jprquenilnot aloud, "back from the fror.i and all torn up!" The man raised his eyes but Instead of looklnfe at the dancer his ?aze somehow h-uped straight for Mary. What happened next was hard to understand In retroapect but at the time It had sepmed q\iile natural. Their eyee had held eafh other for a full minute, then hers had filled suddenly with big hot rebelliouB ir'ars and she had run Into the sheltei ol the door that the astonished bell boy held open for her. The days work was to follow the Op-dikes and the deputy-assLnant did it thoroughly They got a Blelgh with a coachman furred up like Ursa Major- they drove ten miles out into the parkling charapaRn/?-alred morning Knd across the three-foot Ice of the St. LawreBoe. (N.B.-They held hands-at least Atckta did, to judge by his face.) They lunched In their room. They Ubogganed In the brisk fashion of ftertiooD Quebec Mrs. Updike ap-l^ared In the latest of sports costumes which Mary described from the en-�hantlns scarlet cap to the bottom of of the Citadel straight across Dutforln Terrace. And nobody who heard it could have blamed Dickie a bit. |N.B.-He told her after tho third trip that her checks were Aineric.an Beauties-therefore dutiable-and her lips also must bo collected for. Done. Recorded And despatched to Chicago.) They tea-ed at the Chateau of course,, met the Shilllngtons from New York,; who Introduced-Mary caught her bre-iih at her quiet Uttlo corner table -"Major Torringham of the Sixteenth Canadians, wounded at FeatubexU" Mrs. Updike appeared In all the latest sports costumes. The SJajor bowed, smiled, but didn't join in the badinage directed at the honeymc^juers. Instead, Mary saw with a jerk of the heart, his eyes wandering restlessly over the tea room as though be were looking for somebody. But whoever it was didn't happen to be tliere. Or perhaps there was less light in the corners th&n one would think. All this In retrospect Now, her one evening dress donned, the big French rose fastened for sole color In tho corsage, her eyes tired but triumphant \ under the rebellious little curls, Mary leaned against th�uld' be seen perched on a chair arm. From beyond came a shriek of feminine merriment, Hccompanled by two male guffaws. Jacquenilnoi was declaiming something to which the shrieks were obligate. .Mary didn't mean to listen but there are some things that haul you up by the hearislrlnga Anil one Is the recital of your own production. The little danrter was reading aloud the thrill-some, fakesome narrative that the deputy-assistant had scribbled in the sanctity of the lower berth! "No, yon don't cara, you witch." she heard Dickie Updike's voice, when the merriment had died to ripples "But what about my poor mamma? She'd have that reimrter imprisoned for life and both hands cut off If she got hold of him." For a galvanized second Mary's heart ceased to beak to me he can do it later." Pardon me. 1 fear yon are annoying my cousin. "Ton'II breakfast with me, Mlsa Nevln. son?" he bald, as soon as they were out of earshot. "TTs abaolutsly Becmary. And io the meantime for beavaa's aak* give me your arm. This Is the first walk I've had alone since Feetubert!" "LieT' he queried later, over the toa-sted crumpets, "but I don't honestly believe It Is. Wasn't your mother Selma Norton and didn't she some from Dublin? Then we are cousins-oh very distant ones 1 assure you, but atlH cousins. I recognized the family resemblance to my mother's people as noon as I saw you." * . . When U come near dinner time 'Mary had an Impulaivo phone call from Jacqueminot. "My dear!" gurgled that IrrepreBsible, "our darling Major's so hard hit that he had to tell me all about It! And I think you're positively the clevoreat thing that ever happened. I've had reams of press notices but nover such a scream as yours. 1 could eat every word of it! And ho says you'^ve done a column -very day! "Say, dearie, he told me-oh pshavr, you know-about that darn fool who gave you such a scare and bow you said you'd no doubt It was cause yon had no clothes. Well, I've got six trunks- or i guess eight. And the ducktest things too, straight from Paris. Come on up and take your choice. Dickie's a dear, yon know, but-gee, I needed somebody to help me break In my motber-U-lawt." A LIVE ISSUE LethbrUlgo, March 29, IBIU. Editor Lethbrldge Hornld: Sir,-It was interesting to read In your Monday's issue the suKgestlori's made by Mr. 8. S. Dunham, re thu retorendura that should ba taken on the commissionerB' salariea. Mv. Dunham has voiced the opinion o� u Ini'ge number of the ratepayers who havo the city's Interest at stake. 1 have hoard variouR suggtslions offered an to tho hesit method of changing tho present form of govornraent, it having been said that the city shu'Jld go hack to the old aklerniaiilu govannneiit, a board of aldermen and a paid mayor at not more than $2000 per year, it will be remembered that nil the city inn)rovements, such as tomo undcjr the comralDHioner ol' public v/ovks, v.orc done under the old form of government, and wltli the present uroH-!pet:ts there is very llttlo chniici! of any city Improvements being douo for fiome yoars yet that would guarantee Ihe salaries of three coramlBslonorH at ?U,OUO per year. The electors should get well versed on the^powerft' ItUey havo under tlie city charter, and this should be a very live issue at the next election. Yours very truly. W. J. AVILLIAMS, 1221 Cth Avenue S. ANOTHER ATTEMPT Paris, March 30.-A ilavas dls-putcli from Snlonlkl sayB lliat another aorlul raid on thttt"*Uy was at' temptml yoBlerdfiy by ^rennan iiero-planes. French airmen ripsaged them and compellod tliem to turn about without uccompllBhing their object. 'Several bombs wefestttttpped ou Or-fanl, but did no dainaee, WRITING TABLETS FREE TOMORROW SATURDAY At the NYAL QUALITY STORES Ev(My fUslonicM- purchnsing a Nyal prixhR't nl: Our Stores on this dtu' Avill rcceivo .t'reo, a good quality Writing Tablet. That i^yal Piirduusc may be anything in tlii^ Nyal Lino ot' Quality Products. IHic Xyal Quality Line is well and favoraiily kiioMn in Leth-hridge, and heeoiuing more oxtensiv(> and more ])o|)ulai' day by day. NYAL'S FACE CREAM - .\ vanishing cream. aeliyhtluUy soothing and healing, kocps the complexion always br!.?lit and velvety even though exposed to tho harmful effects of wind and cold. 2.t cents, .'iO cents or 7u cents. NYAL'S FACE CREAM SOAP -A soap that pleases tho luo.^t critical, you too, will find it.s rich, bubbly lather u delight. ia cents a cake. NYAL PERFUMES - Try (id ounce of NYAL'S KpA Ro.sn-iv delicious, ricli, tnie-to-naturu rose odor. Piice ?l,00 an oiiuct-other odors are-4 roses. Violet, Hyacinth. Nygracin, Xyiot-is, Etc. NYAL TALCUMS-.Mnrio with Italian Talcum,, the finest In tho world. Kichly Jjerfuniod. Four odors, Nylotis, .Mayflower, Ked Rose and Violet. NYAL'S FACE POWDER-A superior product with ;i dainty distinctive pprfiini.-. In wliiit'. flesh and hruncUe--3(i cents a box. NYAL'S SPRING TONIC-An exceptionally good remedy I'oi-this time of year. Cleans up the sy.-stem, enriches the blood. ?I.uo bottle. NYLO CHOCOLATES-The name Nylo on a box of Chocolates Is a sure guarantee that Its contont.'i nro composed of the very best and purest of materials. That only the greatest skill is employed in mauufucturiiig. and that .vou aro sure to like them. GET THE NYLO HABIT-IT'S GOOD FOR YOU SOLD ONLY BY NYAL QUALITY STORES NYAL STATIONERY Is ii Quality Lino of writing paper, 1 ablets, etc., st very moderate prices. .-Vsk to see the .Nyal tablets and box papers. SOLD ONLY BY NYAL QUALITY STORES NYAL'S FIGsTn-Tho ideal laxative, acts without gripi/liig, easy to take. 10 cent or 'I'l cent tins. NYAL'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS - No need of sur'ferini,' with indigestion. These tablet. provide a quick, simple, easy-to-take relief. 25 cents or fio cents. NYAL'S TOOTH PASTE - Makes tho teeth pearly white, sweetens the breath. 2.j cents a tube. NYAL QUALITY STORES NYAL'S SHAVING LOTION- Quickly soothes tho smartlnB ot the razor; Price 2oc. NYAL'S NEUTRAL TINT TALCUM-An invisible absorbent powder for use after shaving. NYAL'S THROAT PASTILLES - An efroctlve remedy for throat irritation of any kind. N Y A L'S LAXACOLD - THE quick Cold or Grip Injure, dots results within twouly-four hours NYAL'S CHERRY COUGH SYRUP-A dependable yot pleasant tasting (::ough Syrup. Most generous bottles, 200 and 500. NYAL'S BABY COUGH SYRUP-Quickly relieves Unby'a Cough without disturbing tho digestion. Price 2.") cents. NYAL'S BABY LAXATIVE - A ple.asunl laxative medicine suitable for tho youngest babe -pleasant to take, aids digestion, keeps the stomach swcot and keeps baby in good health. Price 2o cents n bottle. NYAL'S SHAVING CREAM, or there Is the Shaving Stick if you prefer. i^Iither one gives a rich creamy lather-takes the disagreeable features out of every shave. They save your face. Our Nyal Day on Saturday KEK THE NYAL DISPLAY IN Ol'l! WINDOWS. NYAL QUALITY STORES Ked Cros.s Drug- & Book Co., Third Ave. South. Iledley Drus' Co., 5th St. S. reoi)le's Drug Store, i:3th St. North A GIIILD HATES OIL, CALOMEL, PILLS FOR LIVEIi AND BOWELS GIVE "CALIFORNIA SYRUP OF FIGS" IF CROSS, SICK, FEVERISH, CONSTIPATED Look back ut your childhood days, riemember the "dose" mother iu�lst-ed on-castor oil, calomol, eatharlks. How you hated them, how you fought agalivit taking them. Willi our children ii'si 'liflerenl. Mothers who ding to the old form of pliyslc simply don't re;illye �hnt tin y do. The children'^ revolt is well-founded. Tlieir tciiuer little ' iiiu'.'ies" aro injured by th>>irt. If your child's .itomaeh, liver and bowels need cleanslni?, glvo only delicious "California Syrup of Figs." Us action l.H positive, hut Kfti^tle. Alillions of mothers keep this liarriloss "triiit laxative" handy; thoy know children love to take it; that it never lails to clean the liver and bowels and sweeten the stomach, and that a teaspoon-ful given today saves a sick child tomorrow. Ask your druggist for a i')0-cent hot-tie of "California Syrup of Figs," which has lull directions for 1)abies, children of all ages and for grownups plainly on each bottle. lieware of counterfeits sold hero. See that It is made by "California Fig Bynip Company." Refuse any otlier kind with contempt.-Advertisement. A STRIKIN(i SPRING LEGnORN A new spring leghorn pattern hat, trimmed withblatjk ribbon, velvet antl rosea. Copy ot a Lewis model. B. C. V/ILL ASK LAI^D DEBTORS TO PAY UP IN SIX MONTHS Victoria, B. C, .March 2!).-During the last year or two tho Liberals have been making it hot for tho government on the ground that all available lands of tho province have been alienated from tlio crown. It has boon alleged that speculators holding lands, on which only a very small amount has been paid, owe the government ten or twelve million dollars In the aggregate. In any event the sum Is a huge one. it was learned today that the goverumen will bring down a hill at this HOSBlon to give only six months to speculators In wlilch to jiay up. If buyers nro unable to make good within that time, the government will glvo a deed for that proportion of the land roprosented by tho amount paid in cash, and the remainder will return to tho crowh, Tho land thus rotiy.ncd, the premier announced this evening, will form the basis of a large ktMl., xranl Cor returned aoldlory. Public Opinion indorses this family remedy l^y making its sale larger than that of any other medicine in the -world. The experience of generations has provpd its great value in the treatment of indigestion, biliousness, headache and constipation. relieve these troubles and prevent tliem from becoming serlouB ills by promptly clearing wastes and poisons out of the digestive system. They strengthen tho stomach, stimulate the liver and regulate the bowels. Mild and harmless. A proven family remedy, unequalled For Digestive Troubles Prspireil pnly br Thnmin Dunoliiim, Rt. Ilclent, Lmioaihlro, Bngland. Solii iivcirvivhiire in Canada and U, S. Ainerlga, In boxci, 25 cunli.