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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATnU)AY. .U'NK 122. THE iJCTUHiuiJtii'; MAii-Y rii;nnL'. PAGE ELEVEN /-.-�-. i........... H.M.8. BRILLIANT, SUNK TO BLOCK CHANNEL AT ZEEBRUGGE. The Brilliant, Intrepid and Ipliifjcrilii, filled ivltli noncrelo, v/p.rv. sunk In tlio cliannol, Iholr gallnnt crows stnylnR on board until a AUcnoBstnl sInUInK wiirt uHHurod. Oermun slur HhrllB lit up tho wIioIb acenCi nnd tbn Iiloeliiuj; ships wero Huljjcctcd toa hravy poiindlnfr .from the shore batlfrics jia they Blnwly inanoeuvrod to IhuIr reapuctlvo pogltlons. ORMilELLS OFHISRra FROM GMNY Toronto, June ir>.-Delivery ot the Jatest oversuns jnall has brought tho first letter since his relnaso from Hon. L)r. Jlenrl a. Belaud, M.I'., former Pastniastcr-CJeneral oC Canada, and (or the pawt three yoara a prisoner of war In Germany. Hon. Dr. Delnnd was recently treed from Herlln us a result ot un nxchanKQ for the freedom ot I'rlnco Von Rue-low who was a Oormau prisoner of war in the custody of the British. Tho Canadian patriot slnteamnn htUos to his aistcr, Jladanie Nadeau, or Heauco Junction, Quebec, from Holland, a letter wliich will be ot keen interest to his fGllow-Canallians. Tho letter is written in French and is as follows "My very dear Ernestine.-At last 1 am at libcity. 1 am free. I am Koing soon again to see my people, to return to my dear Canada. It is so unbelievable after a lonR and painful captivity of 'three years. Moro Is, in a tew words, tho story ot my being sol at Liberty. "On the lOlh day of April 1 wa.s unexpectedly called to the Uerlln commandant's office. A subordinate officer (non-com.) conducted me tliere. I was then told: 'Yuu will be cx-cliangcd next week. Prepare to leave tor Holland.' That ts all, hut you will he able to understand the I'GoUng that it-produced upon mo. It nearly took iway my breath. 1 liad five or six days before mo, but 1 began to pack up at onco. To See His Child. "Two days later the officer in r.hargo of the city (L'Officcr en chanr-Redc La stadtrogt er, probably a Ciorman name for one of the Berlin officers), came up to ray coll and told me; 'The Minister of War gives orders to tell you that, if you wish, you �ro, under tlio- arrangement, to go by CURES ECZEMA And Skin Diseases An Internal medicine for Adults, Children or Infants, Pleasant to take and ab. disposal. The next morning at half past seven ws changed o.'icorl at Essen. Prom Ihere wo went to Wesel and the frontier atatlou whore we ar-rlvod at noon on .Saturday. 'Bncause ot a mlBtake In the order which had checked my vallsoa, these wont on to a different frontier station. Tho telegraph was used and the lollowing morning (Sunday, lhat is yesterday) the packages arrived. "After the most minute examination of everything that was to pasB with me, at 11 minutes past 1-we took the time-after htwlng said good-byo .to my officer, the train crossed the border. ' "( was the guost of the charming Quean Wllhelmina. ';it Is Impossible to describo those seusatlons and Ihpee feelings. At five o'clock 1 was at Rottordiim. "This morning, Monday, 1 sent a cablegram to you 'Nadeau, Beauce, Quebec, tree (In Engllali) Beland,' and one to Sir George I'erley, Canadian High Coinmissionor in London. Left Cod Liver Oil. "The last package i received i\t Horlin was a parcel.of cod liver oil from tho doctor. 1 took some ot it for five days. The others �will go to a Mr. Hall, a good fellow, interned for the past three years and sickly. "1 do not yet know when Jonnetto (Dr. Heland's daughter) will l>e able to como and join mo. A good deal of corrospondonce will be necessary and tills will take perhaps some weeks for 1 cannot leave her now. "Meanwhile, 1 am free; I am eating well, I nra iwnllilng, I get the frosli air-that Is much. "1 will write you once more In a few days, "Your brother, Ilenrl," BOURGOISE GOVT. IN THE CRIMEA London, ,IillH! 23. -(Uoulorn Ott.nvji, A..,(!ncy)--S-iii' IJohnrl Borden lepllud to the toast "our cabinet roUoagucH from tlw Domlnioii.t" at (!ic parliumon-lary Kiippor last niRbt In connection v.llli tho preHPntallon of the iww "Hhurk liver buen underluknn by any n �.^ military nation. Let tliem not. I)e turned from their purpose by unncc-easury adhercucf. to any Inidition or system ,or personal considerations. Si m 7-pauc-ttf;,rr, $1,000 J.o.b. WalkcrvilU 'HAT a motor can do is not hard to prove. Smoothness of running; Ease oi control; Responsiveness; Flexibility I these are all thing's that show up or do not show tip in a demonstration. Fine motor performance-so fine as to satisfy the real motor critic-is the oiitstandin{hy,_aorniauy, Pranlt N. Meyer, one of the lend-la(f oxplorors of tho United atatos department of flgi'lculture, und the man who gave, to tlto >Yoataj:nU'j;orlil*wany now pliin'tB ot tho Ox-Ieat', I* datd la China. Ho (llsuppoarod, on .Tune., I tvom a Bloamw between H�i\lcbw anil' Nuukintf Uk4  week later hlu body was tounrt In tlio Vungtso river, lifl miles trom WJ Hu It vvin^ in shipbuildingj in producing airplane material, and in other ?waii work. Its latent; natural resources' and opportunities �or expansion are unlimited and with its' 550.000 square miles of. magnificent scenery, its cool, sunny, bracing climate, it is reinvigorating men and women; for., their win-the-war. duties. The Pacific Northwest .Oregon, Washington and .British Columbia' is the World's � Greatest Out of Doors, and Our International Playgrounlil Write for a booklet.on the^ Pacific Northwest* or on Automobiling, Fishing, Golfing, Yachting or Mountaineering. * Address any Chamljer of Commerce, Board of Trade or Commercial Club in the Pacific Northwest, or the Tourist Department, Parliament Buildings. Victor'ia, ,B. C.; Gapitol Building^. Salem, Orjpgort,.pr Olympic, .-.Wash., ^ or the pffic'e of the ExecutlVe* SecretaTyV Herbert Cuthbert7 Pacific ISJorthwest'Tourist Asa'a,-" 1017-1018 L, C. Smith Bldg., Seattle. INTBRNATIONAU PLWYGROUfilD; m ^UKjT COLUMBIA !3 WASIIlHGtOHl OMOON THB. 5610 22?6 ;