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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fr THE LETHBRUXJB DAILY IfEIULD Serious Situation By Action of Master Marines in Resigning com 1 tt ZS plete Ueup Columbia coast and interior lake shipping ap pear inevitable a result of the w6tiHt made up of the masters and mates of and the employing com Members of the guild announc ed that they would hand in their reslg tho eihployern their toward watfa K i Practically Willis corn ablings in the j trade are reftts to points in the Interior depending ferry transferfor arrival at des f Officials of dtfcte that have received rlsply from the Do minion government at to forwarded ask Ing hat the government take over operation of the k foYal ebnvmWlon which was Irifea tlgatlng the dispute from which the guild stated that Ottawa had acknowledged receipt of his wire explaining the situation but had sent 1id other reply He said that probably1 two government was awaiting the yal of Premier Bonlen before taking i Vessels of tho Canadian Pacific fRailway the Grand Trurtk Pacific llailway and the tjnlon Htoamshlp iCompany are practically all tied At Penticton on the Okanagati Lake Is reported be one hundred tons of awaiting shipment and there areMvariotts other important ifrult shipping centres on the Arrow and JCoptenay Lakes which will have tttelr output A Flying Oorpt Bombinj pilot NEWf Mi SUITS FOR MEN I These suits just to hand are well made from materials and designs that will appeal to the man who wants to be Inspection THAELL THIRD THE ireV Pure Nutritipncarid inCrystal Dairy Milk necessaryto the upbuilding of childrens They Urged to drink it freely and of It is the most beneficial food for bathes growing children Our milk ie absolutely free from jmpurities and It is bottled by seientifb methods in ajvygienic dairy and is clarified and H vJobER IT DELIVERED TO YOUR f HOUSE EVERY Vi j f I Mi CRYSTAL DAIRY Ltd PHONE m HOT OF ALLIES nro jagaada designed to create dissension tnotig the allies with stories that the Jnited States Will use Its enormous leet of transports and food ships for rade after the was he subject of a statement made today y Chairman Hurley of the shipping He said erery nation lined up thstautocracy be depended upon o detect the sottrce of these sugges ions and discount In building her fleet Am rlca plans first of all to win the war nd after thaVto overcome her own leglect to proVlde ocean transporta ion for her said Hur To this end the pdfcple of the Unit j States arb preparing to develop ransportatlon own trade outes without atstnrhinE the trade outes of other Ft is unthink able that a nation righting shoulder o shoulder with the other democra cies should turn Its own resourcesat er the war against thorn for trade the nature of which were irgely Instrumental in causing the FAMILY GROCERS Phtnet 1453 Highttt Quality fcett Lbwett Control Licence 82498 Good News Kerr Buyers t J Cash and Carry Specials Af TtDC UNO LOCAL BOYS M Two local boys reported in the casualty lobert with one of the from the prpv was wounded on he second day of the a flesh wound in the left but returned to duty on Elliott also receive that Albert Elliott of one of he later battalions was wounded on He is suffering a gunshot wound In the left THE DEFEAT OF THE FINEST FRESH FRUIT 1 a trifle small in Positively the last of the i QA 4 basket crates today 1 PEACH extra While they per basket CRAB Largo pear 1 Transcendants 4 basket Good sound Baskets Cases Special Large O Oft Each Full assortment of fresh Vegetables at the lowest market EVAPORATED 25 nj per I C EVAPORATED 10 O A each size 25 Each size 10 i of By In the London Bakers 1 each Reindeer Condensed Coffee with milk 16c 1 35c 3 regular Today 47c Duitbsne Sweeping per tin 38c Roman per 31c Scotch Oatmeal per 36c Quaker small 14c per 12c Egg per I2c Grape Juice half gallon siie 78c Virgin Olive 46c and 74c Longleys Pure Foods in eai 14c Water 1 7c Water 2 Royal per 25c 2 boxes 4 cakes 22c 15c Pels per carton 90c White per carton Pattersons Worcestershire Macdowells 27e Dysons Holbrooks English 27c Goodwillies in glass 39e Wonder for Gold and Removes Tarnish instantly without regular On sale this week 15C Old English Floor per Johnstons Prepared per tin 76c Lemon Polishing per bottle 21e Finest this Corrugated Boxes for mailing overseas strong and 10e each and 2 for 66c per 22c per case Early per case Early per 20c per per tin 30c per tin 24c Pink tall tin 22c 2 each 91cV Pork and individual Campbells 18c Thistle small 20e V lOc we will de liver to any part of the city all Cash and Carry Orders amounting to or VISIT OUR STORE AND SAVE in that has saved many So and it is the only defensive system that is capable of indefinite Destroyers are of all forms of craft the most because they alone have the capacity for sud den bursts of very Sigh and combine with this such handiness that they can be made to turn in a small The value of this sprinting and manoeuvring capacity in jtp attack a con must have its periscope If the convoying destroyer sees the it can dash for the spot at therateofa mile in and then manoeuvre around it dropping depth charges iu an area in which one of these may be hoped to find the the more quickly it can get to the point where the sub marine the area in the can have fled the the chances of the depth charges destroying Even if the submarine escapes the fact that explosion has followed explosionfet a between IttO feet is sureto have shaken up very and to have caus ed even if not and hence greatly toNiave disturbed the nerves and upset the morale of those within The high probabil ity of such an attack following within two four minutes of the peri scope Aeing seen imposes the severest of all fstrains upon submarine officers and crews The ot multiplying destroyers can simply not Protecting a While the destroyer is the ideal ship for protecting a it does not mean that other units of naval force are So far from this being the is hardly any form ot ship that In some ciiv cumstances turned to account for this ten or twelve knot or eighteen and twenty knot if well armed and well may be just as useful as a destroyer in protecting ships if the submarine is attacking them by lone range In the weather conditions in which they make gogd gun plat such vessels so armed in a complete lacking they cannot counter at tack if the submarine gets into post Man use a Theircapacity to fight effectively upon the kindat guns they are aroid with arid the training and skill of tnelr Vessels draw too little water to be favprable targets the submar ines and they themselves have not much power to attfcck ft submerged the torpedousing submarine corres no underwater means of offense against And Just as sloops and trawlers can protect so a well conned merchant ship can convoy un armed andto the extent to which vigilant and its gunnery good can afford a degree ot se lees as a protection against ships of Here you setting catch a thief with a ven If thje enemy relying on the guns which the largest submarinescan elects to fight as a then it is obviously good policyfor merchant ships open to such attack to be escorted by a because the enemy lying oa the surface with ning and guns probably be seen by its intended vic tim a considerable distance long before he will be visible marine The convoy would then sig nal to its would submerged to stalk the and manoeuvre for a torpedo attack at close The enemy submarine lyinglow in theWater is badly peH for detecting an oppo nent of its own sort It isthis which gives theprotecting submarine his The Cruising The of the cruising sub marine to the enemy is tharits higher surface radius of more powerful armament and its a more formidable surface vessel than submarines of the ordinary Un der water it is of nogreater value than its lesser except that it can stop at sea having more is good for a greater number of But mere size is a disadvantage if the submar ine is to be used as It iobyipus that it tafor work asfar possiblethat these vessels have been ttls precisely against such on the surface that our own submarines are likely to be In addition to des and submar aircraft are used Tor protective purposes but their utility lies more offensive To sum the best of I use the term a fact which is proved by the extraor dinarily low percentage of lost since the principle was adopted ra ther less than a year The con trast between the convoy and ante convoy conditions shows this conclu months since thetin writing rate for Transatlantic bot toms was seven per Those that took the risk apparently reckoning on only one ship In the Today the loss has from one to about one satisfactory to know that in the ed States they arenot only Bui destroyers with furious he produces motor when all is said and convoy acts more as a deterrent tpjiiub marines rather than as a direct agfijEicy for their and it i8jniilVy maintained at an immence cost iajthe wear and tear of and employment of an immense number of It consequently involyps a huge rate of all of which be added to the total disadvan tages enemys submarine campaign imposes upon It which lends point tp the old saying that the best defence is the if wholesale methodrwrthe deV truction of submarines can adopt the is so to at its I will discuss main outlinesof the measuresof offence future p6 as we learn recently from rate of the first cruising Ford and Service Of the Ford surely little need be Everyone knows its supreme Its reputation as a niostcarforthemoney automobile has penetrated to farthest regions and to all points of the This reputation has in no a lucky Excellent In design and long in as the Ford Car uhdebatably it could nerer have won its reputation had not the Company back of it recognized how essen tial Real Service to the buyers and owners ot Ford Cars was bound to The man paying over bis good money for a motor car wants a not for part of the not for most of the but for all of the And the Fordowner can count on that No matter where he may 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