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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNK LKTHBHILMjil DAILY IIKHALU PAGE JHIHTKBN The Nth Battle Squadron Uy HARTIM13U8 111 the London No poster with Ju cyo to lurid backgrounds could ave secured such an Groat buttresses of cloud lnkj black heir burdens of unshod were banked about the Ifhe snonf had fallen during the past weflit rested like a shroud upon pettk and hen din nil promontory and i encircling DIG sombre waters of TJ1 I lima Thule with a dazzling white Against this background lay tho Grand an agglomeration tripod masts mid gnporimpdsed as familiar a feature of the scone an the turf that broke end lossly about the or the unap peased calling of tho A little to tlio where the masonry was split and reft by crimson shafts vof an out stretched wing of the vast battle fleet an oddly familiar In ofthe1 tripod masts and hooded slender towers of lit tlced steel rose in from each Against the black clouds every Ensign in fleet was clearly dls It was not the White Ensign that showed up so vividly the It was the and with glory of a winter Only few weeks since thny ruststreaked and travel as ships might well be that battled through one winter gale airier another from Ohesapeke Brfy to Ultima Thule and at the sight of them tho warweary battlefleet Engine Room Artifi cers wanted for the CANADIAN NAVAL SERVICE Age limit miiit hold Marine Engi aecri Certificate orhave had afloat or Pay to per food and kit and monthly teparation under ufual Vacancies alio for Stokers i rMmt tavt wparienoa aithar afloat Pay to and monthly teparation under uiual Free Free Qualified man cannot find a better way tnatr country during the of Britain burst Into roar 6f wel come such as had never before greet ed a stranger within Its in either peace or herein lies the magic of the were not merely Allies swinging up onto the flank of a batilo line but kinsmen Joining kinsmen vis an integral part of one The rattle of their cables through tho pipes was drowned by the tu multof andforthwith he American Admiral dispatched a tele gram to whose businesslike brevity alorie didjustlcn to what may prove tho signifi cant message Arrived a per It The linking of the two navies may need an It may be asked it will be If 1 anything of the talkers in this Could not the American fleet cooperate in the warwithout merging its identity In that of Theanswer is nils to modern naval war faro rmoro than co operat Navies fight than whose generals can meet and confer even the crisis jf a Squadronsworking In afloat require one controlling one source of orders arid information one pair of shoulders and one to take the burden of final responslbil to the shield of civil izatlon and the Allied cause has been added a formidable The Grand Fleet has had grafted into its side a new an da 1 be that a common speech between two na tions necessarily mean that their respective navies talk In the system of signal ing1 in theAmerican the sign fiqance of the arrangement codes and are peculiarly and The meanings ol the flags had nothing In common will the Their system has beer evolved through generations so to their navys mother tongue The signalmen of the battle blowing on their numhec fingers amid the snows ot Ultima had to forget In twentyfour hours what had been laboriously taught them for They had to master a different colored alphabet as it is glimpsed two miles away tangled up in or half oh Commanding Recruiting Industrial Bureau MAIN Or Naval Recruiting Secretary 279 Wellington Ottawa Country Drives you will enjoy at this We rent cars by tho day or hour for business or Let us know when you desire our TAXICAB SERVICE and we will supply a com fortable car and an courteous chauffeur whom you can UNITED TAXI SERVICE Phone 387 For Constipation Carters Little will set you right over night Purely Saaall Carters Iron Pills Will reattoni color to to of thcwe wty lack Iron In the M moat palaiaced LEMON JUICE IAKES OFF Girls Make bleaching lotion jf skin is tahned or freckled Squeeze tho Juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces ot Orchard shake and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle sunburn and tan and complex ion at very small Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchard White for a few Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion into the arms and hands each day and see how windburn and tan disappear and how soft and white the akin Yes It it WE HAVE JUST UNLOADED A CARLOAD OF Deering Mowers and Sweep One Horse Inthrow Due Tandem A8PINWALL POTATO FOUR ROW A8PINWALL POTATO GENCO LIGHTING COME AND SEE THE GENCO IN OPERATION ON OUR SHOWROOM FLOOR Rep Wasco Heaters for THE ONLY SAFE SHARMAN PHONE 1173 SECOND scuved1 by tunnel and mayhap buttle Manoeuvres on a scale they md hitherto regard erf as fleet extrulses and sqwadron slgmUcsd whereby movement of a semaphore arm vliroughfifteen of the lire meant thifjgs undreamed of In Hhelr tricks which northern visibilityplays with daylight signal things were their dally and nllhtty In thewords of one of it was a tough nnd they tackled it like tlgeYsi fha fortnight they wdrt through iprtn In a month the British slgrial boatswalna vubbed their telescope lenses and said they were communlcation problem didnt ertd Wireless playn an eVpn more imptirtarit part than Visual signalling In navftl It Is im portant enough In and the Am erican fleet had by no means neglect But aerial conditions in ttfe region of Manilla differ cori siderhbly from those In the North the North Sea is the most crowded thor oughifare inthe All through the 24 hours and submarines and shore wireless stations are talk British warn ings to its lawful occa streams of from Merlin branded at the outset Press cypheraryptograms from three destroyers bleating in a appeals from hunted mer all these interspersed with the gibbering Telefunkun the German Now the American wireless experts have been concerned principally with covering long The develdp ment of spark and power in com parativelyundisturbed aether was the main preoccupation of their opera From this serene ships and sllent cablneta into the windy parrot of the North Here as they understood the was The greatest distance required of their TIertizian waves was a preposterous 400 miles or But not only had I hey to thread way unbroken through this aerial whftt was even more dif the operator waa required to detect and read messages on one tune in a vast discord1 of diverse and un familiar It is even said that an Englishmans touch on a sending key differs from that of an American as radically as the spoken accent dif after a month of assiduous the former are in a fair way to presenting as few difficulties to communication as the So much for the technical aspect of the But there is another to consider each nation having evolved perfected and adopted a con alders ipso the best systeir in the To ask a segment o that nation to dump the cherishec thing overboard and adopt the theory and practice of another nation like so gopd demanding much That the order was not in Btantty goes without But le ft be ijbted that obeyed In a loyalty and whole by fevery man ton signal boy To this the British CommandefinChle after these matters are merely In adopting Brjtisl methods of communications and stat work for the smooth working oftan whole the American ships havenot lost a jot of their Their cus toms with these thrown into stronger relief and the British around them is drawing comparisons with intent In as two scions of the same fam ily jnight meat and study gesture or searching eagerly for kindred And daily bonds are The Admiral the force ot American battleships stltUitBB the of Fleet stood arid thawed be the burnished radiator spetft a day oh boardthis iWhat struck most What your most impression I had been waiting for the aud wondering what the deuce going to A man who spends ten hours in amillar i sur trying to draw compari sons between them and his accus tomed finds his Impres sions at the end of it like a jigsaw puzzle that hasbeen I looked at him as she stood taking me and the humorous smile hovering about his in the set rff his very importunabie in his wholly comfortable attitude before the I read my an swer U was something that had been struggling for expression at the back of my brain all I said and then wished I could have embarked on my explan ation as our sailors with Its like this to all intents and purposes youve dropped ouK of the skies plop Into the middle ot the Grand Its a fleet that has been three and a half years at It be longs to the oldest and most conser not the in tho Its got the Armada and the Nile and Copenhagen and Trafal gar and Jutland to Its and I fancy it taken a largish size In on the strength of It certainly has a standard by which to judge stran saH the softly with hto eyes on the taroff snowy I took a long Im not used to making stump speeches to Admir from the moment our ships rounded headland the British Kjuat has beau sizing you tfverv bout that wns and left your every officer or muii who moved about your decks is being watched tirul critfcteed uiul studied by several thousand pairs of Von live iliri aaid the so softly that it was hardly more than u gentle expiration between his He niuy have been wondering when 1 was coining lo tho 1 thai IK ipt to inaki u viry siod man indeed i CUJDO over on luo tf Men of have Keen Called tipto BeExamined for Itculers Otta wa of 50 and fii have called up tor medical ex of the Bris tol tribunal saWVesfrrrtfiy that Sir Auckland GendeiiJiacl inici him he was trying to meelMie urgent need for men for a yeAr or two longer and ex pected thatthe tribunals would do the tie of public feeling about calling up older while ybunjer remained but some of the men are essen tial to the munitions supply and Can not tho flghtthfc forces until the are able to do heir Sir Auckland added that Ujiere worn oixty thousand fewer men In the govefiiment depVftmmits now than three years No Industry was more denuded ofigratln one S The following is ho auditors re port on the for 1917 The Board of Sirs I beg to report that I have checked the cash books of tho for the year and find that all the entries made therein by the sec Blckel am and am submitting asummary herewith for your information Balance on 1917 Revenue from all sources Outstanding cheques paid paid In 1918 Reduction on Y note by no cheque received Disbursements on account year Disbursements for year 1917 Petty expenHiturea unac counted for Cash on hand 1917 Very W B lookout for like a lady visitor looks for wet paint on Ive been tett hours in youi and samples of every rank aiid Ive only seen one peraoa ielfconsblous under friendly said eye browsillfted a I caught sight of myself in ai look ing I Work Indian laaderthip it uichal The Indian fiald compleU Mere Indians in UM than other motorcycle Indian U motorcycle naar perfect anfinaarinf material and faithful urorkmanihip can make offer it to you tho utmoit in 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