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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, .-NOVEMBER 25, 1910 THE FEEL 11A Brought the Joy Of After Two Yean' Suffering COURTSHIP FIRST SHALL BE LAST Every one In thb 'house felt sure that Kanley was In love with Leila. She herself was very certain of It, for of all the young men wlio had ever boarded with her mother he gazed at her the moat soulfully ;ami remem- marrytne berod her the most frequently with I j Hke (o broflk off from tho thread of my discourse; but. laylnc I weTrtr on Ber- moii when my wife opened the door. was laufihinc- "There's a young: fellow downstalrd who says he wlahcs to you about MADAM LAPLANTE 85 St. Rose St., Montreal. April 4th. "For over two years I was sick and "miserable. I suffered from constant and had Palpitation of the Jleari BO badly that I feared I would die. There seemed a lump in my stomach and the Constipation was dreadful. I suffered from I'nin in the Jiack and Kidney Disease. I was treated by a physician For a year 'and a half and ho did me no good at all. 3 tncd Frnit-a-lives as a last resort. After using three boxes, I was greatly improved and twelve boxes made me Tv-ell. Now I can work all day and there are no Headaches, no Palpitation, no Heart. Trouble, no. Constipation, no rain or Kidney Trouble and I feel like a it was "Fruit-a-tives" that gave me back my ay ADAM Airniuu LAPLANTE. 50c. a box, G for trial size, 2uc. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit- a-tives'Limited, Ottawa. candy ant) flowers. Thoae tributes wern not bestowed in puison, but were !c" at the door o' the dark buck parlor, which Leila and her mother used as a Bleeping room. It wan Homothine of a dinappolntmont to her when she first realised that the delightfully mysterious boxes were Sifts of the exceedingly lUnley, for neither hia appearance nor bis j ln hls hand manner was In the least romantic. Leila had her sentimental dreams, but the comfortable mallty of the sweets and posies made up for the shy, halt- Ing speech and awkward presence of her admirer, no she accepted hla at- tentions with almost as much grace and coquetry as If Kanley had beea the embodiment of her Kirllsh ideals. One evening as Leila was about to Join the group of boardera who were trying In almost suffocated silence to get a breath of air on the front steps she was stopped in the hall by Ranlay. With one Impulse the boarders ceased fanning as they haard him say: L-Loila, m-raay I s-speak to you alone a m-mluute In the has hissed the motherly boarder to the vacation school teacher by her side. "I knew he'd propose this week." "It's about giggled the young girl stenographer, who had often looked enviously at the bouquets with which Leila decorated her simple dim- Uy frocks. PAliK KLEVKX _______ pen, I went Into the parlor. There the younger, six fust In height, strong aa haircd, blue-eywd, red and brown com- plexion, shock hiiir. iHls trousers were In his boots and were supported by s pair of country store gaUiiees over a woolen shirt; iio coat, a ielt He had come In with an ox whip over his shoulder, which i he placed on the mantel. Evidently he regarded the furniture as too good to fit on; at any rate, he was standing. "Be you the "I am." "Say, parson, if I flgger roun' to-day an' gll things fixed, could 1 come up Tontghtl Clean Your Bowels and Stop Headache, Colds, Sour Stomach. Get a ID-cent box now. Turn the rascals headache, lliouHiieas, Indigestion, the sour stomach and bud coh -turn thorn out out with CIIB- toolght and keep then carets. MilllonH of men and wonum take Canearet now and then and never know Xow York, N'ov. 25.- -Most, uf the prominent New York newspapers take ;i position editorially tin; proposed embargo on the exporta- tion of fnnilKtufl's on the ground thai the meumiro an obvious political move. The World is the most out- on this iaaiie. atf'd ill all its other the, tho misery caused by n tuny liver, j Let Cascarets cleanuu your stomach; remove the sour, fermi'iitiug food; oxceas bile from your tivor out all constipated waste matter and poison in inn bowels. Then you will fuel great. A Cascaret tonight .straightens you out by morning. Tliey work while you spoken "Dnl' WorM by German agents (lie move- ment became political and oconomic. The of PmfMenl Wilson leaves nothing to the German asitK- iorH but forlorn hope that congress will forbid the exportation of fooil- Ktuffp. Members of congreon who may innocently have fallen into the be warned not only by here 'long with a gal an' git "Certainly. I shall be all the muring. I have some parochial duties for the afternoon, but If I know the hour you would be here I would be on band." "I ain't done It all yet. I done it ex- cept thing. 1 got ray license. That's already. I got it more'o a week ago." "That's the only really Important 1 replied to help him on. 'N you got a certificate, hain't "Lots of them, in blank." that's two cer- tificate and the license." "You're right; that's two very im- portant things, one indispensable, and out by morning, iiiuy wont wmit; >mi ,j fa warnetl not only by sleep, A 10-cont box iron, any drug 'Satioii" as mnitraK "but by tho store means a clear head, stoin- f own Unlled states __1. nlnnn I'm" Julll Vmw.l ___._.. ach and clean, healllly liver ami bowol action (or months. Children love (.'as- tliey gripe or Iseuient, SIR GEO. WHITE IS DEAD London, Nov. George White died last uinlil. Kir George established the first manufactory of aeroplanes in England. He was a pioneer of electric street Iraclion, being the first to introduce it in Lon- don. predecessors in 1307-15. The AVorld predicts that the stop- page of exports would cause a slump in tsrain and provisions that would paralyze Ihe industry and jeopardize bunluosu trom coast to coast in the United States. "The injury inflicted on ourselves i v.-ould he infinitely greater than tho injury suffered hy Great Britain and France." it says. DEPORTING FEMALE BELGIANS London, Nov. I'OO fensaie textile workers, have been denortod I'roni Ghent hy tlie German authori- ties, a renorl enianfitint; from .in authoritative source. Doctors Agree on Eczema Remedy Confirm (he Statements About D. D. D. Prescription. Gao. T. Richardson, M.D.: "In my opinion D. D. should be applied In all cases or skin immed- iate relief to the itch, a calm to excit- ed nervoB. soft, soothing, yet a power- ful agent, a strength to the general system." Dr. Unna Holmes: "D.D.D. is as near :i specific for eCEema and the dreaded psoriasis as is cjuiniue for malaria. I constantly prescribe D. D. D. also for salt rheum, tetter, barber's itch, pim- ples, all form of itching eruptions, scales, Dr. Ira. T. Cabbort: "1 freely admit that .D. P. D., readies most cases of eczema and permanently cures-them." Cbh'ld tV us" and' Ve will" tell you' more about this.remarkable remedy. Your money back unless the first bottle relieves yon. D.D.D. Soap keeps your skin healthy. Ask about D. HiKinboUiam it Co., Ltd., Druggists, PRINCE ALBERT STORE BURNS; LOSS Pririce Albert; Saslt., Nov. neparlment store of the Maeleod Co., Limited, was completely destroyed by fii-ft wbicb broke out shortly after 7 o'clock tliis evening. The loss on the stock is in the neighborhood of UOO and on the building. The chief owner in the company is- M. J. 31acleod who: is absent in Moose Jaw. RANGE Raised'-to' standing perifta baking and coolting with ourback birealfing stoops. Easy to iweep 'Glass door on foods while they bate. -Warming closet with pot boiling: .Oven alsp: equlppecl wlth.'.iipt: in odorons'toDilsi1 targe storage closet Lfor concealing nots and pans or for warming tooas. At- tached cooking chart and ther- mometer convenience -in coojiing or bMng', two 'sections top-prevents bulging ortc'racklng and'allows tqasting oribrolling over tlie. fiean- tiffi! sanitary enameled- wali's" Easily Derated grate. Bx-. trs'long flreboiiaridy for wood: Ovim placed high'lp'Se in direct built on''scientific fuel, saving, prlricl-. lesTWrite bppltlel; UIUs-. trated from life. Hare-Bros. iifei-lH- Makers of "Hecla" Furnaces WINNIPEG, MAN. Dept. Clare Bros. .Western Ltd., Dept X Winnipeg, Man. Send me free'photo story of. ihe LIOHTEB-'DAY Address Alap Send Copy-to die-aged man who prided himself upon hia courtly manner. "Our talk is de trop. We must not Interrupt Ihe course of love's young dream." His fellow boarders miffed at his words, but sympathized with Ills de- Jlre not to Interfere with the forth- coming declaration, so they sat silent, while Ranley, behind the open ir.reened windows, coushed and cleared his throat with a preliminary solemnity which brought the blushes to Leila's cheeks and raised the ei- pectetlon of the boarders to fever heat. "Mlas L-Lella, must have n-noticed m-my attentions to he stammered. murmured Leila, almost in- sudlhly, hut the. boarders somehow knew what she was saying. "I w-wanted to t-tell you, to is, It m-means a 1-lot to me. W-wIll Miss Lellm, I hesitate to ask you, He struggled and coughed and then, with a supreme effort, continued, "I've got a c-cold. Will you make me a m-raus- tard The boarders talped. The motherly boarder, who was the first to regain her composure, exclaimed: "Well, I never in all my born I The insurance clerk said: "Me, too." j For a week or so there was a no- tlceable coolness in Leila manner to- ward Rnnley. He, however, kept up a campaign of chocolates and carna- tions that melted her heart., One i night the young. stenographer I tiptoed out to the front steps where the boarders as usual had assembled and announced In a stase whisper to the insurance clerk: her Into the parlor "We don't wlBh to, eavesdrop, of remarked .'middle-aged man, "hut it IB onij polite to main- tain alienee." The mild chatter acconlrnily ceased and the deprecating voice of Hauler was heard humbly begging "te tell M-Mlss L-Leila something." "I'm sure I'll be glad to hear any- thing you have to brarely helped Leila. i "W-well.'H thought y-you'd like to linow_" A pause. "Yes, I saw your mother's cook washing the d-dog la the dish The hoarders looked at each other blankly and the middle-aged man sur- prised them by saying: "Well, upon my word, I tear It's all off." The next night, however, when the party adjourned from the dining-room to the front steps the eicltement was 'hlgb.' "I saw it'-the mimito she sat down the the ootierly boarder in a boastful "How could you held askei the 'vacation school teacher, tartly. "She erery, opixirtnnltir to. her hand In our laces. I think a large dia- mond Is flashy and yuliar, myself." "But how did It ever isked tjie Insurance clsrk. "Haniey must hare been" going some since last night." this Is leap reDiarked'tbV young girl 'stenographer. Just then Stanley and feared, looking -.conscious but happy. Ranley said: '-'lY-you are all s-such :-good Hriends rw-waot to Uell y-you He looked hopelessly at the 'jlushing girl beside him and sht trailed "I was to.s.say that I I'" take my v-vii w-week If I over ".prickly-': h'heat." Chicago Dallj 'N here's a place t< get married trous- N RetrlbutlSn.'. "flood "tjacinus! theeo men wi! tho rniii of exqlaimed the a- 'scales; "that "last one ut me on.the bum." 7: "Well" reolfed the chewing gum mf "now you can lie in weight fc mil "Has your got her "What's "The Orst means sweetheart, the sucond the clothes brides usually get together so they won't have to oall oa their husbands for some time after the wedding for such articles." He stood thinking for a moment, then looked up and said with anlma- I tion: I "By crackey, parson, that's a good Idea. Never thought of o' "Hi: got "Oh, I don't know nothin' 'bout that. 'Twouldn't be fust rate for me to talk about that. Twould be dead mean cheap." "There are more important things tor the man to say, I grant, and more becoming." "What are "Well, the first thing is the pro- posal." "That's just the trouble with the whole business." "Did you find it "Difficult? You bet. I hain't got through with it yet." I looked at my wife. She sat behind the young man and was cramming her handkerchief Into her mouth to stop an outburst of laughter. My exclamation was made under. my Breath, but the youth saw it. "Just you hold on, be said. "I'm good for it yet. Just gimme time. But I'd rather drive my 01 team up a stone wall, I would. She's in town to-day. I seen her la a" store buyin' some stoekin's. That's why I 'came up "Don't you think you'd have better settled the matter with the jiri he frawned, "there's differ- ent ways of doln' things. Bf I'd asked her and she'd said 'yes.' what In thunder would I a done, wltfcaoth- ta' "Are you sure yon have the "Now, parson, don't you worry 'bout that I'm going right off to find her. You'll be here when I get- back, will "I'd stay In all day to marry such a One fellow as you. So ahead. He- I member what Gen. Grant said when he first marched a brigade against the confederates." "What'd he "That he remembered the enemy would likely be as much frightened as he." "Oh, she won't be frightened. Qals don't skeer worth a cent." He grabbed his whip and in a jiff? :was out of the house and striding down the street. I went back to my sermon and wrote for an hour when my -.lie threw open my study door, exclaiming: "They're I asked, not so readily turning from my subject "The young OK driver and his girl. Come." I went downstairs, and there in the parlor were the pair. They had just come in. The man looked an If he were in a battle and was looking for an enemy and an enemy was looking for him. The girl, a little oountry beauty, was ail smiles and blushes, with struggling tears. "I done H, said the .ox driver, proudly. "So I perceive." My wife stood them up before the mantel and had more trouble to get them placed properly side 'by side than a pair of skittish horses. Then I married them. My wife gave the bride a kiss which opened her heart and her, lips aa well, Cor she told all about it. She had loved him a long while; but, sltheugh she had often tried hard, she could never infuse courage enough'- In1 his to induce him to propose. Which goes to prove that when he said "gals doft'l worth a cent" fie right, When Grandma 4 made Mince Meat and Plum baked a batch of Gingerbread and Molasses Cookies or had her delicious Saturday night supper of Baked Beans, Brown Bread and Indian Pudd_ing My wasn't she particular about the Molasses Nothing but genuine British West Indies for same Molasses you can get if you ask for The Great Northwestern Salmon Cannery was burned at West Van- couver. Lots TRY A HERALD WANT AD. GRANDMA USED" Rich, wholesome Molasses, from selected sugar plantations its splendid food value smacking flavour. Be particular. Get the right BRAND. In Nos. 2, 3, 5 and 10 lever-top cans. At all dealers. HOMEMADE page after page of to in our dainty Molasses Cook Book, entitled "Come in, Write for a copy. THE DOMINION MOLASSES CO. LIMITED. HALIFAX, N. S. f 1 "Gingerbread" for cooking- and l Packers of j the finest of them all. You can Jbe sure of being noiirisKeS Bovril has the peculiar power of enabling people to get from their food nourishmc'nl which Ihcy cannot obtain in any other way. Unless your system crushes the gold ol nourish- ment out of the ore of food you cannot get strong or keep strong, however much you car. Until your food has become part of your muscle, flesh and bone, it cannot assist in that process of rebuilding the body is essential to pood health. If your food docs not nourish, however you your diet If you arc not strong enough to resist illness, or if you cannot get strong after ilinciis. you will rind a magical change if you add Jb'uvril to your diet. the Front j have made special arrangements on'receipt, of 10 despatch from our factory in London.'England, half a dozen ffi' 4-oz. tins of Concentrated Campaigning Bovril post free, to any Canadian Soldier, in England or with the Expeditionary Forces. This is an exceptionally..quick and cheap way of sendiiijr Bovril, to' your friends. BOVRItj. LIMITED. 'ffi St. Peter Montreal. If Better .Clothes Were Possible would make them. We arc prepared to stand firmly on tlie platform of.' this business. Everywhere you will find men who value their ap- pearance wearing "D" The Tailor's Clothes by accident, because such men do not buy blindly. We build them to measure for men who set out deliberately-to make every dollar they spend for clothes do full duty. Blues and blades that will not fade. A. beautiful range of.brown just arrived. AILOR Telephone IWJtt Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block. Lethbridge good bVder "for 'sale: Jriat like new. Tits Now SM.B ,.i EDISON GRAMQPHONE AND RECORDS Practically new. Bridget's, Beatitudoi. Blessed are the drippings of bacon grease; much better than lard for fry- lag. Use it, too, to put over mwit loaf for basting. Blessed are the flaky plates and sil- ver put Immediately into cold irator. Afterwards wash with hot which been added.' Bleased are the baked which ara first pared, tnd than put Into a rery hot oven. It waste next to the hard t AUCTION SALE i Farm Stotk Implements M Etc. Nov. 29 ONE AND SOUTH EAST OF NOBUEFORD, FIVE FILE'S'NORTH EAST OF MONARCH AND EIGHT MILES r. SOUTH-OF BARONS. One 'oaVgeldhfe li weight 1400; one black seldtag, li years gray mare, 3 years old, weight mare, weight -110.0. "'V-V MACHINEKY- Ono lumber waawn.'oi'o good democrat, one 8-foot hinder one 12-tool S Iteti: dige harrow, one 3-aectlon lover Iiarroj. 10-barrel tankl two. sets harness. Tliroe'good-.milcli one jx-ar and a half old bull, three heifer Chickens. GOODS One healing ohe'Diimascus sewing machine; one hook case; bnc'wnsfiiiig rim'chliie; ciiie hanging lamp; many other articles too numerous7 to'inention. SALE TO COMMENCE AT O'CLOCK SHARP. FREE l.UNCH ..........AT NOONf ED. Auctioneer v J. A. OOW, .-Clerk JOHN GUNST, Owntf. ;