Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
ian Sappers in Mesopotainia'-^Watdmig the Germans ml N /Wor^sYCWKtisYarc.fiR (1) With tlM Troopi in MMopoUisia-Iadi�n wppm bultfiaff a Inidc* ktom tb� Bm Ouul. (2) Britlili Westom Front in Fmneo-Put of o Britiah rogimont nt work ib the treneboa. (3) Wntdiincthol hiH aea legs. That patrol boat has proved a friend in need for many of the paaaengera and crewH Hent adrift on tbe flert" whidh resulted in tbe latter loaning tho iMrmer a Qlean collar, on the undentaadlsf that it would Ite retuiMd to Um, so that when in tbe doy* to eomo his children aak, "Father, whst did you do in. tbe great war," he will point with pride to the glass encased collar and say, "Son, that waa my collar, worn by Capt. Kendall, of Dr. Crippen and 'Empress of Ireland' fame, whom I helped to aave from' a watery grave when tho 'Calgarian' went down in March, 1018." Captain K��ndall, by the way, has had many adventiirotiN experiences since the war broke o\it -on the English Channel dodging Aubmarines while he brought aeroBs refugees to England from Helgium, in the North Sea on 4c-coy ships-perhaps the moat dau-gerbns ser\'ice of all-ami more recently in transport work, audi as that which culminated in the affair of tho "Calgarian." At present he is saying nothing, remembering the warning of Job; "Oh that mine adveraary had written a book," but at the end of tbe war any book he wrote would Biake Julea Verne seem tame' by eompariaon.