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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LUTHBRIDGE DAILT HERALD WEDNESDAY, APHIL 7, 1915 THE DIE Just Three More Days Of The Royal Store Cash Raising Sale THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY The prices we have made for the last three days will do the business. Look how we have put the knife in prices for the last three days. Be here, because after Saturday this wonderful saving will be a thing of the past. Every hour, every minute counts Women's Coats Wonderful values at Attention. Women! Xew Blouses Fine (ijialiiy materials, smart styles in voile and mull, low or high full sleeves, beautiful embroidered; Uegiilar b'ale Price SUfc Boot Hose Black iind white, regular AKfv ijiiue 'Joe. Sale price 75c Serge Skirts 10 only blue and >lilact Serge just arrived. Pleated back ami front and full flare bottom. Reg. ff ji OC value 55.50. "Sale Price.. Serge Skirts 15 only blue and black Serge Skirts, perfect in every detail. See them to appreciate the regular val- ff C 9C lies nt SG.50 ami 57, sale.. 5OuCO New Blouses Waists, exquisite new stylos in voiles and pique, beautifully trimmed according to the season's demand. Extni values at ?l.iiO and all sizes. Sale Price.. AVoKicii's Hose Cotton and Lisle, all Regular 25c. Sale Sc -WOMEN'S These are in Serges, in all the good colors and latest and most wanted styles. All are exquisitely fmislicd and lined in silks and sat- ins. arc in pleated, flare and circdlar effects. }fade to sell, ar -518.50 and Exceptional opjiortttuily price so Another line of Hue Serges and Fancy Cloths, beautifully hand tailored 'and cut by experts in Spring's best styles. Duplicates of llicse. suits are selling in regular trade elsewhere at to 827.50. The suits are values at these prices were made io sell at them. Get yours here last 3 days 1 S. These are most exceptional val- ues. Suits of exclusive elegance in serges, gabardines, fancy cloths and a variety of fancy weaves. Every little detail of these suits helps to bring out and emphasize the intrin- sic beauty and quality which is in them.- Beautifully lined in silks and satins, they iook and are in every j.iarfcicnlar the same suits as you 'paid S30.00 and for. Last 3 das MEN'S TROUSERS Worsted and Tweed mix- lures, all sizes, regular to Toi- 1.75 Specials Ceel proud to be able to give such big values to the men of Lethbridge. Regular up i to Mfl.75 10 Suits at These suits will make the heat dresser sit up and take notice. There are Tweeds and English Worsteds, plain and novelty effects rc- gular-up to J25.00..... .65 Exceptionally good worsteds In neat stripes, five pockets and belt loops, made to fit mid for 5Z.50 Big Selection We lay special empha- sis on th'is lot in hlucB, prpys and browns, as they are the strongest line in our store Consisting of a tremen- dous lot of young men's styles and all sizes for men who want to keep young Men's Felt Hats All sizes and shades; HeE. value ?l.Ty and Spring Caps All the wanted shades AC ft Reg. value to 51-00 Fedora Hats The very newest shades. Regular values 52.50 M If and Ties Endless variety Shirts All sizee and variety; "JCft Reg. value J1.25 51.50 Sox Lisle and cashmere, all colors and Belts Tan, iblack and ORtfk Good value at 40c ___ o OUR MOTTO: SATISFACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED THE ROYAL STORE 512 Third Avenue South, Lethbridge Many useful bargains which space don't allow us to mention. Conic and see. Captain Giossop, H. M. A. S. "Sydney" Wastes No Words Telling of Emden's End com- Silver. H.M.A.S. Melbourne at 6.50 a. her bows, and hoisting International Caiiiaiu John C. T. Glossop, com dander of ihe Sydney, which destroy- 2d the German cruiser Emden, has fdnvarded to (he Admiralty his offi- cial account of his exploit. Captain Glossop Is quite sparing of words, ats will be seen by his report. which is as Sydney, at Colombo, I have the honor to report that while on escort duty with the convoy, .under the charge of Captain ASTHMA COUGHS SPASUODIC C10UP CATARRH COLDS __ W.IIM __ A simple, life effective rrsiimeEi -void- Ing dru-s. Used vlih EUCCTSI for 35 yciri. The tlrcirrrinnhc -mi-eplicvipar.lnhiled with every brcain, miles brciihing e-sy, soothes the sore ibnai, ind -lops ihe eoujh, 'IB mother! eblldre Silver, H.M.A.S. Melbourne at 6.50 a. ID. on .Monday, November 9, a wire- leas message from1 Cocos was heard reporting that a foreign war ship was off the entrance. I was ordered io raise gleam for full speed at 7 a.m. and proceeded tnitner. I worked up to 20 knots, and at 0.15 a.m. sighted land ahead, and almost immediate'iy the smoke of a ship, which proved to be H.I.G.M.S. Emden, coming out to- ward me at a great speed. At 9.40 a. in., (ire was opened, she firing the first shot. I kept my distance as much as possible to obtain the advantage of my guns. Her fire was very ac- curate and rapid to begin with, but seemed to slacken very qulcltly, -all casualties occurring in this ship al- most immediately First the foremast fnimel of her went; secondly, the fore- mast, and she was badly on fire aft; then the second funnel went, and Jast- ly the third funntl, and I saw sjie was making fnr the ijciich on North Kneel- inj? Island, where she grounded at 11.20 a.m. J gave her two more broadsides and loll, her to pursue a merchant I ship which had come up during tlio i action. j Left Boats for Swimmers j "2. AlLliough I had suns cu this sliip nt odd times during action. I had uol fired, and as she was j making off I pursued and-over- ber at 12.10, firing a gun across her bows, and hoisting" International Code Signal to slop, which she did. I sent an armed boat, and found her to be the s.s. captured British collier, with 18 Chinese crew, 1 Eng- lish steward, 1 Norwegian cook, and a German prize crew of 3 officers, 1 warrant officer and 12 mfiii. The ship, unfortunately, was sinking, the King- ston Knocked out and damaged to pre- vent repairing, so I took all on board. It's Easy to Peel Off Ail Your Freckles The conlrasl between Ihe freckl (lie clear akin usually Is so great t :klea and ...w u-iuuny itj fcu that no bleach can be mure than partially success- ful In obllioralinr; Ihc disfigurements. Or-1 dinary mcrcolited wax is far better; it' jjcels off Ihe frocfc-Jcs. Get an ounce or It at the drugstore and tonight spread nn r-nough to completely cover your face-; remove In the murnlnfi with warm water. Repeat dally until every freckle has disappeared. rtouRh, blotchy, pimpled akin, al yontmui. If bothered with wrinkles, bath, face in a lotion mndi In- 'lissnlving- fin I'unce of powdered In n h'alf pint of witch hazel. This Is the most eftecltvo and qulcktsl-actlat wrinkle treatment fired 4 shots intc her, and returned to the Emden, passing men swimming in the waLer, tor whom I'left 2 boats 1 was towing from Buresk. "3. On arriving again off the Emden she sti'il tad her colors up at main- mast head. 1 inquired by signal, fn- lernaLional Code, 'Will you surrender and received a reply in ..Morse 'What signal? No signal books.' I then made in Morse, 'Do you anil suUsecjueiiUy, 'Have you received ray to neither of which did I get an answer. The German officers on beard gave me to understand that the captain would never surrender, and, therefore, though very reluctant- ly, I again firod at her at 4.30 p.m., ceasing at -1.35, as she showed white flags and hauled awn her ensign by sending a man aloft. "4. J then left Emden and returned and picked ui> the Buresk's two honts, rescuing 2 sartors who had been in Ihe water all day. J returned and sent in one boat to Emden, man- ned by her own prize crew from Dnr- esk and 1 officer, and stated I would I return to their assistance next mom- 1 'ay n and off all night and noinmunicaiod with Direction Islam! j at 8.0 lOljj November, to' find i that the Ern'den'a party, consisting officers and 10 men, 1 launch and i 2 cutters, had seized proi'laioned 1 a 70-ton schooner (Ilia Ayesha) having! Maxims, with belt to each. They left j the previous, night at alx o'clock. The wlrplRRS station was entirely destroy- ed, 1 coble cut. 1 damaged, and 1 In- tact. 1 borrowed a doctor and '1 as- sistants, and proceed an fast as pos- Efble to Em den's assistance. "C. I sent an officer on board to see the Captain, and in view of the 'iarge number of prisoners and wounded, and lack of accommodation, etc., in this ahip, and the absolute impossibility of leaving them where they were, he agreed received his ol Hears and men autl all 'wounded, then as for such'lime aa they remained on Syd- ney, they would cause no interference with ship or fittings, and would bo amenable !o the ship's 1 therfore, set to work at once to trans- ship most, difficult operation, the ship being on tlis weather side of the Island .and the aea alongside very heavy. The .conditions in the Emden were inrteacrlbable. I received the last from her at 5.0 p.m., then had to 75 YEARS OF PROGRESS THE OLD RELIABLE CUNARD LINE 7'lie World's Fastest vveekly Mail niiii Passenger Ocean Service, Reduction Second Cabin Ralet ALL INCLUDING LU91TANIA New Sailingi Orduna (new triple screw) April 19 'Tuscanla (new triple ................April 24 Lusitania................May 1 fit ted with Bearer! turbines. Prepaid passage arranged. Apply to any R.R. or S.S. Agent, or THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO. 304 Main Street Winnipeg go "round to the lee side to pick up 20 j have the honor to DRP Sir. your obed- more men who had managed lo get.. lent Servant, ashore from the ship. Takes Wounded Aboard Darkness came" "on before this could be iind (he. sliiw again stood off and .o'n all. higlu, re- suming operations at 5 a.m. oh llth November, a cutter's crew having to land with stretchers to bring wound- ed round to embarking- point. A Ger- man officer, a doctor; 'died1 ashore the previous day. The ship -in-the mean lime ran over tb Direction Island- io return their doctor' and assistants, send cablee, and was back again' at 10.0 a.m., embarked the remainder of and proceeded-Cot- Colombo, by 10.35 a.m. Wednesday, lltlu Nov- Total-casualties in ed S, severely wounded (since 'dead) 1, severely wounded 4. 'wounded 4, slightly wounded In the Emrten 'I can only approximately state the kill- ed at 7 officers tlnd from Cap- tain's statement. I Jiaii 'on board 11 warrant .officers and JIH men, of a officers and 51! men were wounded, and of this number 1 officer and 3 men have since died of wounds. Io Sydney's hull id riltings was surprisingly small: in all fthoui JO nits EBOJH Io JIIIVL- been made. Tliu and roynia and funnels escaped entirely. "10. I have grent pleasure in'atat- ng that tlifi behavior of thn ship's comjJiiny excellnnt In every -way, and -vlth such at InrgR proportinn of hands, ami people under train- ilng, II IB ihe more gratifying, I "JOHN C. T. GLOSaOP, "Captain." Tlic old-fffshioned flour, starch is-rs- firlk'nL.-and never stick to Lhc irons ii is taken Lo boil it for five' CONSTPATIENTS It-'niust be p remembered that the bowels should move freely, once a day ensuro perfect htxihh. When iiicJi, :s not ihc case the poisonous waste i material is absorbed into the system, thus 'producing a self blood poisoning. The causes of Constipation arc many and varied. Among the more common ir.ay be mentiriniyj poor 5'nmar.h di- gestion. 2. deficiency of bile in the intestines, a lack of secretion in the bowels, and a want of the. natural muscular contraction of the intestines from above downward. Abbey's Effervescent -Salt, sold everywhere at 25c and OOc. stimulates and restores the stomach digestion, increases the flow of bile into the intestine, a flow from the tcslinal glands, and restores the na- tural downward action of the intes- relidcruif- it easy Co secure (rce'nction of the bowels, which is one of tiic most important requisites to health. i Sold by D. Hlglnbotham A. Llmltec ;