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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHRRIDGE 1KIULO 5, 191C PURE FOOD MARKET SATURDAY SPECIALS Exnerinienta! Farm Fed Special Lamb IN NO OTHER MAEKET IX THE CITY CAN YOU GET TITO SAME QUALITY. My First Experience with Dan Cupid lisle Chaataln. Milk Fed Chickens Jellied Lamb Tongue Milk Fed Fowl Jellied Ox Tongue Milk Fed Turkeys BURNS' TOMATO SAUSAGE There is nothing nicer for breakfast Buy at dependable markets that conform to the i.'ure Food of Canada. P. BURNS CO., Main Avenue South. Phones 412 and 1338 Dominion 4th Ave. and 6th St. S. rimiie Palace Street ]STorth Phone 131 Sixty Years the Standard She was nweet. susceptible 16. He was one over whom IS summers had Hgbtly passed, having his hair un- tinged with gray, ami gray matter underneath the wavy ened. But to her ho wan ell that was she was perfection. In truth, it had been a case of love at first sight. They .flrst met at a Sho nad worn white. He was partial to white. Her sunny hair hud been ar- ranged loosely her graceful neck. jj He never had liked girls who did their hair high. Iu fact, she had been wholly, seductively charming, and he had succumbed to those charms. He had worn the regulation black suit, of course! But, ah! how broad his shuuiuars were; how merry hit eyes. A strange, in comprehensible, uostatic emotion had taken possession of her soul. He had asked to take hei home, but she had not thought best I "May I he had risked. I Sho had felt the hot blood leap to her cheeks. If she only dared say But no; there was mamma to consider. Alumina, who was so aw- fully, uncompromisingly set on the proprieties. Mamma, who thought her fai- too young to have masculine ad- j mirers. And to have one call! Oh! A sMver ran down her spinal column. The yyung man, waiting for an an- swer, divined her thoughts. "Perhaps your mother would ob- 1 he had CREAM B4K1NO POWDER Made from cream of tartar derived from grapes. NO ALUM II. S. AIUDE siei BE conviction she had answered: would." "But I must see you some he ha-.i insisted. Dear Insistence! She had thought for a moment, then: is going calling to-morrow Washington, May the state depart meat after the cabinet meeting i it was said that no "Imsty" action i would bo taken ou the German note that in view of its length and 110- and with sad cessity of digesting it carefully it wa Improbable that any decision would be reached before next week. Won't Talk Washington, May the cab- inet meeting broke up Secretary Lan- sing met all inquiries with this reply: "I cannot discuss It all at this time." SHOES for SUMMER In a wide variety for Men, Women and Children. We can show yon shoes that have the recognized leadership in shoe styles id-ways. Excelling on thu strictly value basis. Nothing more vital to daily comfort than pro- perly-fitted shoes. Allow ns to fit your feet scien- tifically and accurately -with a pair of shoes .select- ed from our large stock. ISo more discomfort from that hour, FOR SHOES ON WHICH YOU CAN ABH LTTEI 1 W. J. NELSON SHERLOCK BUILDING me cuuinei was HI session two iii'ins they had agreed. and a half, the longest meeting held, He sajsp'sted a boat ride. She several months. .Members of tho culesred and he rented Mr. Blake's cabinet were unanimous in saying that j brat. He insisted her to a seat, then further steps would be taken until took his at the oars. Something text placed was wrong about his way of handling the boat refused to move. a Bevei gear cost? The Ford owner saves that the other fellow has to pay for one. Average cost of the bevel gear of cars priced around and less. 4.00 Cosl ill' Ford bevel gear. Tliis slays in llic Ford owner's pocket book. parts Other Ford spare parts arc just as low priced in proporlion llic most called for part altogether eost only And less than a dollar a year as a total expense for spare purls is not at all an uncommon experience of Ford oxVners. 1232 3rd Avenue South. Ford Runabout Ford Touring 530 Ford Coupelet 730 Ford Sedan 890 Ford Town Car 780 f. o. b. Ford, Ontario :e Phone 033. Ail cars completely equipped, Including electric headllghU. Equipment docs not include speedometer "Don't you know how to she ventured, after some moments of fran- tic, red-faced, but vain endeavors oa his part. "Well, did he replied, then blurted out: "Can youl" i "Why, she said. "Suppose you do, then." They changed places and she rowed him up ami down the river until her tender har.iis were blistered ,and her heart was sore. She was -.woefully disap- pointed in him. Never before had she met a man who could not row. But he red she forgave hi is. True love overlooks many im- "ection parently met the demands of the U. 8. unless an interpretation were placed on them to lead an attack on merchant vessels armed for defensive purposes. The general tenor of the German note, however, was considered unsatisfactory. if that afternoon thay met fre- QU t v Sympathetic young friends d c T, pred how the land lay, and came g Ilantlj to the rescue, as young' f tends will do at all officials apparently was that the new orders to submarine commanders ap- ici One evening she retired to her room telling her mother that study. Not so, however. she Sugar ten cents a pound straight. That's the word from tho retailers 10- They are having a hard time acdplng up with sugar's zeppelin glide, but they say per 20 pound sack will be the price for the time being. Belgians Are Still In Dire Need Of Food And Clothing Conditions Grow Worse rather than Better In the Martyr Kingdom How our sensibilities have been dulled by nearly two years of war news i A few thousand men swept away by the "curtain of fire" in a frontal merchant- man or a hospital ship score or more fallen victims to the baby-killing no longer excite or impress us. Perhaps it is our interest or sympathy could do nothingTo prevent these horrors of war. (r Hut are we equally callous about sufferings which Vft could alleviate? Ars we losing ft interest in the millions ofj hungry Belgian mothers p and children, letc in theV power of the ruthless Hans, and becoming more dependent every day on our help? Is our sympathy for them evaporating God forbid that, grown familiar with tales of siifiVring, should to respond to this urgent appeal from the Belgian Relief Commission to support the magnificent work they are doing, Even' day they provide an allowance of food, meagre enough, it ii true, but ctilllufficienttosupport life, to nearly three million destitute Belgians who would otherwise have to go without. The continuance of ihe supply depends on us! Wil) you your (hare Whatever you ieel you can give, eend your subscription weekly, monthly, or in one lump sum to Local or Provincial Committees, or Trmurv n C9 St. feter SI., Montreal. Feeds a Belgian Family One Month SURE AY 'C r 1 There i r o fails to 10 a j and is po troys it i 1 I I n o j get about four 01 ary liquid arvoi p j i when ieti g u e e if h en the seal -i 1 rub it in the fingo i j By man mo no your dandruff will be zom or four n or he plctely d o 1 n every sine itn t j r matter how much daudiuf; have. You v.-iH i cc and disgi g tl stantly. a 1 o r h _ gic: look and feel MI drug .slo; four ounc simple remedy has nev to sil h nd t I It i may j that all itching 4 will slop in II Lo I d 1 o it p i i I! c d 1 r besn k; USUAL EXAGGERATIONS London, May Officla.' j.-res bureau gave out the following note with reference to that portion of Friday's coromunlciv j tion relating to all raids on England: "We are officially informed that tho exaggeration and misstatements in i this report arc of the usual kind." You will find relief in Zam-Buk 1 It cases the burning, stinging i pain, stops bleeding and 1 ease. Perseverance, with Zam. Buk.mesnscure. Why not prove I this? lead, promised him to take a .....aht stroll. Her -window was not from the ground, and with the aid 1 foreordained cracker box ahe man- agci! 10 escape from the house. During that stroll he proposed. Told how he loved her. .Fell on his in knightly fashion and begged in i tones to fly with io leave her cruel mother and r i] s y home for a life of honey d j c bed, suffered him to kiss nd consented. In one week mskp the necessary prepar- id then they would fly. Ah! i bliss of that meet- hey parted, and she crept round thn house. As she t L i a.lor window she heard li'jrrin-ent. She peered In. S'jsue revealed itself to her v There sat utually dignified rjjcuier, laughing until the tears ran dd'.tn her rhcfss. On his knees be- fore her, with cJasped hands and a ridiculously sentimental expression c over his pug nose and freckles,