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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE ElfilfT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDADY, MARCH 13, 1918 Details of How Canadians Won Distinction-Lieut. Fane Among: Them London. Mar. If!.-T".it�'.ars of the. award of H10 Milii.iry 'Crosses to Canadians appears iu tin's e\ etiitif;\s linzotle as follows: i.iiuit. Vv'iliiam .llonry Aisopp, after leading 1 lie firs', waves of the attack, personally conducted :i raid on a tun-ii'-]. kil!iii� or taking prisoner the on-tiro jinn crew. i.iou:. Leslie IVlcher. although a very young officer, found himself early in the attack in command of the. company, which he led with great ;--ki 1! at:d gallantry, attaining the final objective. Liout. .fames Motley Bennett, bivn'n- VINOL MAKES i ed the way down the ttench. attacking ! ilie rotreattnp enemy lit the opoti. The ( j line was held two and � half days, al-I (hough it. wiis impossible to receive water or rations for :!t> hours. Lieu!, Patrick Thomas Hurke led his^ men unarmed, capturing trench after ' j trend: r.r.dov a miirriarous shell fire. Major I.lairelerk. successfully mounted machine gvins under an intense bar-mire and repaired two guns, directing the fire of u other?. Tjiettt. Gilbert I'Mwards, led a bomb-j iiiK party against the enenij. using ilatne throwers in a critical position, j Lieut. James Wjllmiu (!recti person- | ally charged a trench iiiorii'.r. learned j rhe methods of operating from prison- ! ers, -and thevi brought tin? trench nior- .' i tar into play against the enemy. j j Lieut, (."lark Hopper, although a new | i arrival in the line, commanded 1- guns j J with conspicuous 'sneers?. ! ! Captain I'V'na.M Martin led his com-j ; pany for seven hours in the midst of ] ! desperate fighting, twice finding him- i | self the only survivor. - j j Lieut. Arthur Pcllnrd. when tele-1 j phone communication broke, establish- j | ed lamps on pigeons to mark the run.- i i tiers, with great coolness. i j Lieut. Leonard Reid. aitlrjugh wit'.i- '� ' out sleep for four days, never ceased j ! to maintain communication between j : the artillery and the infantry. I Licit:. Frank Fane led his platoon ' when wounded and insisted on using | ; a rifle, although he had to he propped : i up to do so. '� Why Not Voluntary Rations? Mrs. N,. W. Rowell 'believes that each family should have "conscience" rations Li STRONG Lieut. Fane is a son of Major Fane, who is a son-in-law of .Mrs. Duff, of Lethbridge. ' ; Positive-Convincing Proof We publish the formula of Vinoi to prove convincingly that it has the power to create strength. T? Cod Liv?r ar.d B�f Peptones, Iron and Maogtnese Peptonat�, Iron ftnd Ammonium Citrate, L*imc and Soda Glycerophosphates, Caacaria. Any woman who buys,a bottle of Vinol for s weak, run-down, nervous condition and finds after giving it a fair trial it did not help her, will have her money returned. You see, there is no guess work itbout Vinol. Its formula proves there is nothing like it for all weak, run-down, overworked, nervous men and women and for feeble old people and delicate children. Try it once and be convinced, .at. D. HIGINBOTHAM 0 he owed to a loan shark. Five men are under arrest in Df- j troit charged with fomenting plots j to destroy^Canadtan border factories, j .'THE BEER WITHOUT A PEER � RCWIO AND BOTHtO �Y The Lethbridge Brewing aMaltingCo. Ltd. LeTHBRioae. Alberta. j Sec. Treas. Higgs, of Cardston. re-i fused to continue in office, even when ! offered a salary of $1,500 a year. | Henry \Y. .Petrie, CO. author of ; "Asleep in the Deep," has been sen ! tene'eu from 1 to 14 years in Cook i County jail for abduction. ! Niagara Falls is one of the two i "10ft per cent." cities in the States I as regards the sale of Thrift Saving I ftamps. The crew of the Boston fishing richooner Acushla received $250 With Cash io the Bank Ton Can Boy to ' Advantage You know how everything costs more when you have to buy on credit. Why not practice self-denial for s while it necessary, open a Savings Account in the Union Bank of Canada, and with the money in hand, buy at Cash prices? The discounts will help to swell your bank balance, and you will have made a good start towards financial independence. apiece for their share of a four days' fishing trip. Russians not subject to the L'nited States draft have asked President Wilson for permission to have a legion of their own.  A Supreme Court deeision handed down at Boston denies a labor union the right to say how many men shall be utilized on any job. ' Potatoes wore theTorie food to decline in value across, the border last year. The average increase in food prices was 25 per cent. The Montana Legislature has passed a joint resolution "asking Congress to conscript all fortunes in excess of ?1,000,000 for war purposes. The charKe is madfl that Chicago packers have eliminated all competition in dairy products in the States of' Missouri." Illinois and Iowa. A general bill to provide for owner-: j ship of public utilities by all cities j iu New York State has been intro-! | duced by Democrats at Albany. j j Speaking in Buffalo, Dr. Frederick; j F. Strong, predicted that Niagara Falls' power will soon be transmit- j ted to Buffalo by wireless means. j I V Demanding "an inn per cent, closed shop." cotton mill workers on war orders at Baltimore have gone on strike. ' Food shipments from the United States to Europe fell short of the 800,000 ton minimum asked by the allies, during February. Toronto, Mar. 13.-Captain Geo. T. Bailey, C.A.M.C, was this afternoon sentenced by 'Magistrate Dentson here to three months' imprisonment on the jail farm, for making statements derogatory to the soldiers at the front. Captain Bailey was the man who told the recent prohibition eonvention here that he heard that ninety per cent of the troops in the trenches were drunk on Christmas Day. .1. Murphy, counsel for the accused, said that he would appeal the case to ilie minister of justice. The. crown produced several returned soldiers who were iu the trenches Chrlstmns day. -Major Frown quoted from his experiences as a medical man at Orpington Hospital, Knglaml, where there were fol^r thousand men. There never had been anything like intemperance on the part of IJjc soldiers. Drunkenness was a negligible quantity in the army. Had it not beeti s,o the military doctors would have heard of it. Frequent visits to London sustained him. "1 heard nothing of this alleged drunkenness until I landed at Halifax." declared the witness. t'apthin Duncan of Port: Credit, a chaplain in the army, spent last Christmas at Folkestone. It was not possible for such drunkenness to be prevalent. He had lived three quarters of ,i mile befiind the front, lines, b\uf had never seen or heard of drunkenness. Captain Bailey was called as a witness in his own defense, lie said that he had been given the information by a Captain Lyon of Calgary, lie had no intention of making any statements derogatory to tho boys at the front, but when he got on the platform at the convention, "it just ulipped oul." Captain Bailey said he had always been a strong temperance advocato and he was anxious" to do all he could to advance the cause. '.Magistrate Denison in pronouncing sentence said: "This statement was against the interests of our nation. This act is to stop this "loose talk. Statements of this sort have a had effect on the community, making people unhappy and discontented. The man who told him may Have. be�i a German spy. The feature which makes mo sorry Is that 1 have to send tho son and grandson of men who served under me to prison." Capt. Lyon Denies It Calgary, Mar. 13.-"I had a general discussion ~w'lth Captain Bailey about: conditions among the soldiers while coming over on the tyoat," said Captain H.JC. Lyon, of Blairmore; Alta.. to the Canadian Press correspondent when spoken to over the telephone this afternoon. I ' "Did you tell him that 90 per cent, of thft Canadians were drunk at Christmas?" Captain Lyon was asked; "I did not," was the answer. "Any man would he a fool who would make a statement like that." Captain Lyon added that he had been asked if he would testify at Toronto on Bailey's behalf and had consented to do so. 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