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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGfc SEVEN BIG DROP BUTTER Special No. 1 Farmers' Dairy Butter, per Ib. EVERY POUND GUARANTEED Special Dominion Rolled Boneless per lh. Our stock of Fresh Meats is the largest and most select in the where everything conforms to the Pure Food Laws of Canada P. BURNS LIMITED. MainMarUet_3rd Avenue South. Phones 412 and 1388 Dominion 4th Avenue and (.th St. S. .Iliont Palace Street North.. Phone 431. MEAT ARE LOWEST At OUR MARKET It has always been our aim, to furnish to our customers the best value for the money. Our motto is--- UALITY QUANTITY ,UICK SERVICE WESTMINSTER MARKET Phone 1055 WE'RE HERE! To serve you and make it worth your while to trade with us. Try us with an order. INDEPENDENT MEAT MARKET Phone 635 Opposite the Orpheum Theatre Hamilton Lady Tells of Last She Saw of Mr. and Mrs. Young (HamiltQi) Latest returns show that at least twenty-seven, and possibly thirty-two, Hamilton people sai'.ed aboard the Lus- ilania j'hen she made her final voy- age 'df these eight are known to have been saved; little hope Is held out for any of the others. All returns fail to. do more than add proof to the belief that J. M. Young, president of the Hamilton Cotton Co., and his wife, who resided at 301 South lames street, 'and were popular in local social cir- cles, are together in death, either at the bottom of St. George's Channel or in the .morgue of the unidentified dead at Queenstown, Ireland. Their deaths are the culmination of a sorrowful cycle.of events. The first sadness in the Home came when Lieut. I V Young, popularly known as Bil- ly" Young, left for the front. A few weeks ago; after a-'Iong'period of anx- iety during which no word was Heard from, him, after he Had written home regularly before, It. was announced that he was wounded. Since then, hiB parents were advised, it is said, that It would be best for them to go to Eng- PRACTICE TRUE ECONOMY BUY BLUE RIBBON CONTINUED FROM KRO.VI' PAR! changes were made in tin' es- sentials oi Ihc communication as for- mulated Sunday by the president. The principal points in the note are substantially as follows Specific Acts Poioted Out United Stales government calls attention to the various inci- dents in the war zone proclaimed by (icrmanv around Hie HrUisn Isli's il-c sink'ing of the British liner IM- luba, with the ioss or Thresher, all American till' attack, bv German airmen on the AimMiian .steamer dishing, the lorpcdoms without waniinK "i c.illlight. llyms l-iml and finally.'the torpedo- ling without warning of the Lusilama, iwith its loss oi more than liion .'oi aoiicninbatants, among them than Americans. I Two-These acts are declared to he indefensible under international law. j'l'hr United Sial.cs points out liiat it never admitted rifiht to ido them and warned-the imperial THE GKAM) DINING SALOON You get more tea for your money and a quality that will delight you by its excellence Send thlt Advertisement with 2B cent, to Blue Ribbon, Limited, Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The beat cook book for use Wrlt.' and adireii plainly in vlsl' their as his wounds on board the Ill-fated Lusitania. Mrs. or llf-belt. aud jumped. They jumped tion is, is not known IE Hamilton. with me. A cablegram was recellved locally in Mr. and .Mrs. Young were the par- of this ot J. 51. and Mrs. Toung, passengers city. SATURDAY SPECIAL IN eminent thai il would be o a .strict accountability lor attai-U on I American vessels or lives. A sine i accounting, therefore, is now asl-rd from Germany. Can Not Pay for Dead Three-Tin- usual financial repara- tion will be sought, although manv is in ellccl reminded that no reparation can restore the lives o those sacrificed in the sinking 01 the ILnsitania and other ships. I'mir-ExprcbSions ui regret may complv with the legal precedents, bill thPV arc valueless unless accompanied by 'a cessation of the practices en 'danfiering lives of noncombatants. riirhr of neutrals to tra vcl anv point of the high seas on neu- tral or belligerent merchantmen is. asserted. Bix_In the name of humanity and international law the 1'llili'd States demands a guarantee that tlii'sc nshts :will be respected, and that then: he I no repetition of the attacks on mer- chantmen carrying nonoombatants. Notice Not Justification uiviiiK "i warnings to the American public without official- ly communicating them to the I n- ited States povprnmeal is comment- ed on in connection with thr German embassy's printed advcriisemra.. IIP- fore the sailing of the l.usitama hut irrespective oi the failure lu advise the American government m Ger- many's purpose the point is inadi- notice of an intention o no an unlawful act neither justified nol le- lie suggestion is conveyed German Roveniraent