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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN run LBTJwmnGK DAILY APRIL The Death of Major McCudden, V.C. D.S.O, M.C. MM Legion De Honor and Croix De Guerre By Lieut. If. H. FHzsimmons, Lelhbridge. "AT THE UNVEILING OF THE CAYELL MEMORIAL It is humila opinion that Major Jss. MoCudden, lie great English, ace sod successor to CapL Osf jreatest fighting airman in the woriol his accidental death few months jrevioas to the ending of the War nras a Ead ending lo a great career von on the field. lie had every medal fcnd decoration thai it vae possible for aa airman.to get from the Britih Amy, end also many decorations from fovern- jnenu. Starting with No. 1 Squa- dron R.P.C at the War ho won tta Military Medal when mechanic in the ranks aerli] gunner; In dayi when ilrmen dropping darts, arias lavolTtrj End rifles Instead of the ma- chine suns, and dropping of re- cent ile rapidly won, recogni- tion, was recommended for ,hb com mission, sent to England 'or training finally gantted a second lieulez From then on hii career Brilliant, winning 3iany decorations and promotions. At the of hie death ha was credited with seventy odd machines offlclully, and abou not credited with a Hun machine, th' victory mail verified, by other machines in tie air who havi observed the combat, observatloi peats on the ground, observation ba Joons, acti-aironift batteries, spies, o source. where he had been cs slcCutSden at this time was i of, every airman In and I Join- i efl Mi Mmmog number o? our j whoVera ouUlde oft" Tor, our benefit he did seme marvelous fly Ins tor tode. diving, spinning, rolls, add j iu dotnj a rott drifted! over a small wood Just of oari losing considerable hU'ttnntlcg, his machine struck top W'a. tree and Oaj runniDg Intp-the wood, we iound the machine a mass ot junk and the pilot j feet dear. Ho had Ulned- fils presence of mind siter strkfnjg.tlie tree as ho uncoupled his safety belt and evidently tried to! throiv himself clear, but he failed to' havo his life. sot the aerodrome, nmhulanco tad tho JI.O. and that he wii horribly Injured Intern-1 ally aud his tplno disicScsted. He died i that night at S.39 aud was buried tho 1. next day; a very simple ami unccrc-: montOQi Rervke was held over htm, a few flying officers, one or two dier geaaralE and his wing colonel be-! InK np firing party or music j of any tod. Considering the tamo olj at that time. It was alto- gether different from the funeral ot Kicbtofen. tho great German ace who ivae shot down In our lino in His of '17. He vaj slven a very flne.millrary laneral. the pall hearcri ly many engwemsnts place, well I b bis formw opiwnenls, ail Koyal Hualand and though resulting in flying Corps officers, a firing party. BLUE Ii levels all ranks! The rich must have it because no other is quite so aiid the poor have found out that Blue Ribbon Tea is the most s, economical. re s and thieves break m. victory for our airmen, they t? fit' Is A p-oinin ont to walk Uirfligh the ifls }-ke ianiror very dlngv over- itficnltv to or any oUier cap to round off h1a overalls. Nothing Pays, 'Better Than Taking Care of" Yoursel NAVHSATION OPENS AT SARNIA BAENiA. Ont., April 21. clearing of the Imperial Oil Company (anker Imperial- from this port VCE- tJcrday for Toronto, navigation this port was reported as being offici- ally opened. QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL" Hay 7, June 4 May H, June Bmp France Pr. Fred.Wm July 2, ..-..Victorian MONTREAL to LIVERPOOL May S.-Corsican ..Liverpool Liverpool 19. .Sidilan Glasgow CANADIAN OCEAN SERVICE PROPOSED SAILINGS i NEW Va.ubeii ..May 15 Caruiania'. .May 15 K. A. Vic. May 29 Vestrls... -JunolO I NEW 'SOUTHAMPfpN KOREANS TO GET" T MpHE FREEDOM TOKIO, March (By Sarto, GoyeriLOi'-GenerflV .of Corea, says hi'lleves ihe iridei'ieiid- cnce movement in Korea is dying out, althoush he ailioilB that the Koreans still ETO rfiakicK secret efforts to free hemeelvea from tho Japanese rule. The Haron iios been In Toiln lale'y o urge the Japanese IHet lo provide !unds to enablo him to aliolish Iho logglns of Koreans nnd BubElltiUe iinpriBpnment as punishment. Baron said that lie wan making efforts in Korea to put into effect tho rescript that the Kwc-ana be Advanced politically tbo ulti- The terrible, hacking, lung-Tmcking tough that sticks lo you In of everything yon done to got rid o( it Is a great BOnrce of danger to your health, add Uie longer it is allowed to ttlck the more terlouj Lhe menace be- comes. Ton can easily get rid of the cougii er cold nt its inception by using Dr. "Wood's NonffRy Pine Syrup, a remedy thai haa been universally used throughout Canada for the put 30 j-cors. Jlrs. Samuel Matthews, Portage, P R I., winter J caught a. heavy cold, and was laid np for I had such a hacking cough I could, not sleep at night, and did not think I could ever get over it, .One day a friend dropped In to me, and was surprised to tee how had my cough iras. She advised me to Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Synip, si next day 1 gent for a bottle and soon got relief, and by the lime I had taken two bottles my cough was all gone. I: at lhe A- wi ranch nenr here. doubt there Is anything to equal it." Its dam Is Tilly Alcartra, who holds Dr. Wood's Norway Pino Syrup le .seven years' world recor.i for milk production, and the siro is Carnation King Sylvia, owned by the Carnation Stock Farm, Seattle, purchased as cv calf by Iho present ovvncr.1 for 000, ter to take, cara of liealth.tlian ia take cans of business. Tho best any one can have is healthy kidneys. The kidneys are more im- portant than a bank account, for healthy .kidneys will keep you alive, while a big bank: balance won't. Tlio signs of b'ad kidneys ore rHeumatism, lumbago, neuralgia, dropsy, pains .in the bsck, spota before the-cyis, dizziness, and puffs tinder the eyes--all the results of poisons that the kidneys fail to filter ont.of (lift Wood. aire is simple. 'All you need is something that will get the.excess uric acid out of Iho system, Xotlung does this so ef- ly and safely ns Pr. I'icrce's Amuio (anti-uric-acid) Tab- sj which cost only 50 cents iu drug Amiric is an unusual that dissolves tiric acid much the ftimo as hot writer dis- solves si'igar or, Salt. It. if ill you well to take care of your kidncvs and licflltli bv taking Dr. Pierce'a Anuric Tablets. By writing Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. T., and ecmlinc.' sample, you c.in have urinalysis free of charge. Send lOr. for trial package of tablets, or 50e for "Medical seem to care more for money than tlioy do for health, rtn not Kfiprti to l-Moarletnia .May22 Impcrator Juno 13 i i.Maurelania Juh- Impcrator July 17 realize that it paya bet- NEW YORK-PLYMOUTH-C.HER- I EOURG AND SOUTHAMPTON Ryl Gcorgo .lun 23 ee To Pgblie Representatives from the office.of theInspedbr of.; Lethbridge, from April 22nd to! May and can be seen hours of 9: a.m. arid 5 p.m. o.n any of these dates by any one desiring in- formation in" connection -ynfy' the' filing ol under the Income Tax act; f. Ryl George Jloy 13 y !Hyl George Kyi George Scp 1 OLASQOXV i vra MoviUe Columbia .May22 Coltinibia .July Columbia iJulySl Columbia -Auf. M HEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHER-j I BOURG AND LONDON [Csronla ..May 22 Carouia .Juno. 28 Garcnia May 22 C'LASGOW Casaaadra ____ .Apl 24 GLASGOW' fialuruia ..Muy 8 CaoSaiiilra May SatunuH .June 12 Cassandra July 3. Dnfts, Money Orders an'l Cabto Ronjittances. For full informilion apply lo R. and S. S. or ,lo Com pany's Ofllce, SCOTT BLOCK, 270 Main St., Wlnnio-u mate object of establishing local i autonomy. Koreans, he said, were lie-! ing trained to conduct tho public ser- rico In Korea, In addition the Severn- ment irill estaWlzli a railway engiccpr- i ing school 4n Seoul