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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, APRTT/22, T�)J(> THE LETTIR RIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE RYLANDS & CO. - ^ THE BUSY STORE SATURDAY NIGHT BARGAIN ITEMS Special Easier Offerings on Sale for Tonight only from 7 until 10 o'clock 100 pairs Tan Kid Gloves, sizes 6 1-4 to 7, also blacks and greys, sizes 6 only, up to $1.50 20 Suits and Coats on sale for tonight only, values up to $25, for the last time tonight Finest Quality Silk^Lisle Hose, Radium and Queen quality, black or white, on Sale Tonight - - 25 Some of our highest grade Fancy Suits, in silk poplins, taff^tasV up to $35, for tonight - - Voile Waists 100 dainty votle wnists, pinlii tailored or fancy embroidered. TlifisD waists art! worth from from $1.50 to $3.00, in all sizes up to 44. A real Kaster barRain. / On Bale toniglil only. $1.19 Underskirts 2 dozen lloman Satin Underskirts, with embossed itnito pleating frill, colors are paddy, cerise and black; also a sample lot of undersklrls up to $1.75. On sale. HOME IN MUFTI Sir Sam IhiRlios, pliolograplied al)oard KK. St. I'aul on liis arrival at New York, minus Ills uniform, wliicli ii! I'orbidiion in a nijurlal coiiniry. To Make Up Her Mint] for Surgical Operation. She Refused; Cured by LydiaE. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. PhilBfJclphitt, Pa. -"One ye.ir af:o I was very Bick and I KufTon-d willi pains in my siil'^ and back until I nearly went (razy. I went to :diirerentdoctor:;p.nil ' til' y all said 1 liad . ftn-.ale trouble and wculd not fjc't niiy : ilnll.'f until I w.mld \ ... o'icratfd on. I ' -^'^ ' ''iitton, Sa^!k., is llie --'"-�'uTiT'-'f jrfour f^''iftnallprs retisetl to put up any, marked the-morning aos-sion of the Brown-Elwood comniis-slon which adjourned at noon initll April 24. In police court. E, L. R. iSmltli;' charged with tho theft of ?17,000 in connection with tho road work fraud was remanded fo.' a week. The Haultaiu a '(1 Weimore commissions will not sit again until 'i'uebday; April 25. Major Sydney Baud Itas been promoted to the command of the Queen's Own Rifles, Toronto. Arose!" (Lowry); Lord's I'rayer (Tur-, individually on behalf of the Chapter lo in F); Vesper, "We would plead for our nations, O Father." ST. AUGUSTIN'S "Break Forth Into Joy" (Barnley); "Choral Communion Service" (Bruce Steane). ST. CYPRIAN'S Special Easter music morning and evening. ST. MARY'S Special Easter selections at morning and evening scn'vices. WESTMINSTER At 2.45 p.m. the children will give the cantata "The Centurion." In the ovoniiig the choir will render selections from "Esther." BAPTIST. Tho children will render special Easter music at tho services Sunday. comfort of our soldiers overseas.  * � y LEYS-BEATON ' A fiuiet wedding was solemnized at tho homo of the bride's parents Jlr. and Mrs. George Beaton of ;!0 10th St. Mary (.Minnie) Beaton was united in marriage lo Mr. Robert Anderson Leys. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. H. Denoon in the pre'ienco of a few intimate friends and relations of the bridal couplejfThe bride was attended by her sister .Miss .Maggie Beaton and Mr. David Wilson supported the groom. Mr. and Mrs. Leys left on their honeymoon trip to Calgary and other points. /Mr. Leys is a-member of the Gist Battery, C.E.F. and his many friends congratulate him and wish him many years of happiness,^ NIGHT SPECIALS On Sale 7.30 to 10 p.m. Ladies' Fine Quality \'oiIe Waists In the newest styles with jiink and blue stripe (J> � (J efl'ects, all sizes to select fniin. very special 0,nOO,-' 000, is drilling another 100,000 soldiers, and is prepared to exhaust her' resources in men and wealth to ^iil-I tho mitente allies, according to T. J. Ryan, the prime minister and attorney-general of Queensland, who arrived here today with other memberii of an onicial party ou their way to London. TURKS LOST HEAVILY London, April 21.-Tho recent a,l-tacks of tho Turks on the British forces along tlie Tigris, In Mesopotamia, was mado by about 10,000 men, and cost them heavy losses. -1 i>,�i, -1 ,,yss'. AUSTRALIAN PKEMIKK'S FAMILY OFF TO WAR SEE PLOT FOR REVOLT IN INDIA London, April 21.-As the result of the seizure of German and Austrian subjects aboard the China mall liner China last February while bound from Shanghai for vlie United States, the intelligence department of the British government claims to have uncovered a plot of immens� ramifications conducted with the purpose ot causing a revolution in India. Tho American headqiiartors of tlie plotters is said to be on Uie Pacllic coast. At least one ship.is known to have sailed from San Francisco with a German crew and Indian conspirators and arms on boai'd. Tho British oflicials say they believe that Frank Bopp, the German consul general at San Francisco, and other persons under federal indictment there, participated in the plot. The headquarters of the plot ia the orient was at Shanghai, and when the gun-i"unning and other machinations were uncovered, according to tiio authorities hero, tho plotters set sail for Manila aboard the steamship China. Berlin citizens decided to continue to urge for a change ot name of tlioir city before the present session ot the legislature ends. : : : ;. > > : : > : > > .;. : The Lothbridgu Red Cross shipped supplies to Calgary on April 20th. Included in this shipment was a donation from Spring Coulee tper Mrs. Kelly) of 6 surgical shirts, 9 turktsh towelling wash cloths, 8 surgical stockings, 5 suits of pyjamas, Ou fomentation pads, bandages. From Milk River: G surgical shirts, 6 nurses' aprons. 12 icebag covers, 15fj handkerchiefs, 3G T bandages, which the society gratefully acknowledge. The shipment included tho tollow-ing: 54 pairs ot pyjamas, 75 surgical shirts, 8 surgeon's coats, 18 nurses' aprons, 2i surgical stockings, 18 pairs of knitted socks, 156 many tailed'ban^ � dages, 192 T bandages, 72 triangular bandages,-48 knit wash cloths, 96 icft cap covers, 1 pair ot foet for socks, 24 hot water bag covers, G helpless shirts, 156 field handkerchiefs. 400 gauze wipes, 9 turkish towelling wash cloths, 65 fomentation pads, 12 bedside pockets, 156 gauze compresses, 120 extra large pads, 48 largo pads, 0 small pads, IS amputation rolls. , "Per feci: ion Brand" RHYS THOMAS Noted musician ot WlunlpGg,ti!^^li6. will bo one of tho udjiidicntors atifbe provJpcla)-i�u8ioiilifestlvlil to IjeViiellfl ill LethbrlilBo Afty 23. 2'4 and '�2S','' IHcturo shows Godfrey Hughes, Brenban, Inne-MuUon, the nephews ot Sir Thomas Hughes, their aunt, .Mrs. .T. R. Hughes and her two daughtore, Cecily, .Mary W., and her son Morris. They are on route to London to enlist in Uio various branches of the lirltlsh army. Don't forget when ordering cocoa over the phone to ask for "COWAN'S." It is your safeguard for purity I There is no finer cocoa sold in Canada. It is in itseif a perfect liquid food made from the choicest coco� beans, blended to perfection. Simply boil it from three to four minutes with milkby this method the fragrant aroma of mellow cocoa beans is added to the' flavor. "is good test ......). ;