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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ \ PAGE TWELVE THK LRTHBR1DGE DA IIA HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 10, I91H The Unexplained V. C il (By Arthur B on 1 nglon > I/aeouic in their brevity are the of fieial accounts of the deeds of valor; for which Hie Victoria Cross is h s(u\vc(i. writes Arthur Benini;:on hi the Nt'\v York World. Once m a he:;: while, how* vm\ the ami;![s of thi-most �*ovi tod (l�?;i^uns for which iho Vh toria Cross was Riven have boon officially v, ithhehl. 1 The two naMi thus distiupuisried are Commander Cordon Campbell of the Koyal Xavy. and Lieut. Commander AY. K. Sanders of the Koyal Naval Reserve. . inj: trawlers at either end of th r was reached. heat ! The yonn?; bYufemwir h..d ph-nty of time to ;;io\vi inwardly ,r� ins luck. ^Yiv. was io' no! on. some e-v.:; )-:Mil-' \ !>.; ihere m n> �'in�' slirrht eh a nee i. , " : nM ead thins :o;'::h? win promotion, hir.ht r pay- a ccdal, : f".\ dav^' leave-. (|r hiM rn'' voi lh" new l'"i-i-li?c h-.' u anted b,a p:�r; itj tile fi^h? I:;;, and lure lie work c>: ;\ '.r.arine v.ir,: s doitu Ill* o hi: a A while str; ak iii:fer�MU nrarth "d eyes from the v. Mo- si of breakina. w ;vves tore il:"ouch wnirr.  omin.i: >iraich; roward him. A sheek. and !: -'i as o . tank'r.iuke hroi .-'.rut ic the tva.wlev. �An exptosinn stt>ashe\M:nmir.j; n ifh hits ot Cure your Cold on the Chest before it goes deeper y^>[ it comri iicm the ho\t over thr ^favtrd j mi'*. A soothino, healing w.irn^S will at o:ice brr fi^nrr^tcd pcnct:al\nji to th? scM ot the tto;m!e - (ii^prliing th^ pain. tho (ittrmana below must be discus-siuK- There wore, oi;t�iijrh of thorn to overpower him iC^0i*>" could got at I him. They could not imov how many cartridges ho hml in reserve. They must know that tho first five at least who came up would ho killed. Were there five of thoin bravo enough to commit suicide? For coining up tlie* ladder would l�o sure death. \ And si til he watted. 1 lo expected Mvn- would rush him. and he was j ready. !hi( nothing haupetiod. All ' w;is ;d!ent, except for the splash of the cluvppy waves, on the metal deck! of the man-made sea monitor, 'MU\- 1 ute after miinue p.c^eU. The t'-u- ! siou was f:rea. io. one � � bt5{U,., t}{ hob no for two men. He .would no. say w�eh of \ Th(. ,.f , ,,,, them u was. and we shall ^;^�'>. . T,lf.IV .,.,,,,.,1 ,, vu,-v of wnvkace have in wait until the war ends ana ,  t..lloUffh " In sunpon him. Hut he the offuial Gazette sets at res: ^ ;( sxxf:n:11.1, aiui h,, kt,p; do;n;rs* by^ publishing the record. ; nfhv.it. He did not know iu what di- 11e was swiniminir. he just "ection swam. thejbr* by publishing the record. l; is only fair to remark, however.; lh a J trawlers-are commanded by Lieu-11 t-mnnts of the Naval Reserve. The piorv toM hv :he British naval officer ! ^ud.fei:i>- his feet Jtrmdc so?: in New Yorl; is of a feat so unusuaJ ; ^Hd. lit* pushed luoV on it an .md so pirturesoue that its recital j himself a ; or ward spurt, but loses little bv'tho uncertaiutv as to i extended his f"*ir backward atain j whether its 'hero shouhiV be calh.d I they ?ouehed That solid submerged! Camnbe!! or Sanders. Herein is: j something a second time. Ho rested ' ______ | his fee: against it. and it seemed like KoUms slowlv on tio> cold jrravja preat smooth rock. Biu. it was | Bwe::s of the Knslish t'hannel. west-! moving! It waita;nins steauiiy to and i mer's mind. Turning quickly in the fro like a policeman over a lonely ! water, he saw already above the sun beat, a trawler was patrolling: mou-jfaee a pair of periscopes and the top j fonously, the vimiifv Lieutenant who ' of a conning tower, with the sea water j commanded her scanning the tossiim i streaming 'town thc,m as the-;. fr.f /V:r''"*tL'0* i v.itb. all her crew save iho one dead officor as prisoners. Cross was bis reward. The Victoria 1 Price 50c. From Vour^ DruggUt iT 11" St!;V.-; Agr :' s J - r Harold F. Ritchie & Co.. Ltd. 19 MeCsal St., �� Torc-nto �� � > > o %' 1* �> v > 6 � # V A EDUCATION AND THE NEVA ER. JMPENDliMG DEMOCRACY. The Performance of the Task. ! .% ,% > > * > *> > ose. fatrfae- abtmi him as a detective j jj,, ( ea^d swimmiuii; insiant ly. ami scans rle- faces of a crowd. ; braced hi", ftvt upon the siippory Noihing relieved me umr.orony of; soliii. wish, h le* km.-w now was -ho the rythmic rise and fa! 1 of ;he boat 1 deck -in->in pi.-ted frc-m its case aval pcir,:- J ed ir a: the door. (The modern naval pistols a re waterproof. > Scarcely were Uto wave* imnrir.* off lh-1 glistening snvd of the deck tha-was now above tho surface than the door swung open ami the face of ."cr;o.s No Y/e havt' suggested a o that this be of the great est poss-  to the world. In amplifioa-: 4 THE commercial car is looked upon today as a necessity "by progressive business firms whc have hauling and delivering problems to consider. y m Wholesale or retail merchants tdio must deliver quantities of merchandise have found the horse-drawn delivery to be too slow, expensive,' and entirely inadequate. \ The Ford truck, with a 'single driver, 'will do more work and cover more ground than t\v* teams and two drivers, for it travels in half the time. _ This truck will reduce your hauling costs. It eliminates one driver's salary and the care which horses always require. It will make your delivery service more efficient. It will widen your area of distribution. It will be constantly ready for work-day or night. It will show*profit on your investment. There has been a popular demand for a Ford truck as fa fchown by the many uses, for commercial purposes, to which our standard chassis has been put. Now, after most careful designing and exacting tests, we are able to offer the Ford One-Ton truck to meet this demand. r The Ford truck is supplied as a chassis only. This permits the purchaser to mount any one of the many body styles specially designed for the Ford truck, and already on the market, and he can select it to meet the individual geeds of his business. ^ 4 n Price $750 f.o.b. Ford, Ont. work mnv � ) L 4 German officer appeared. Tin- auto-; llu, nr jt. This is iaii >r's demo-i ihle va.!i Con ii may be added, and w hieh wilt brie.a the maxmmm of happiness to of it. This is lab >r's u'-'i -ii.'. i; i >i : u f.-i - .L U. 1 U IS IS !.l .) >1 ' Utiac- i mane pisiol barked o:;ce and the tier-j ,.rar jr X() ,;a.,;i,:...;i ;;vcure, j ii-.r.n lurchetl forward. Sprin^m-,' upon : i)r ;)0Prrv wails iho pr..feasor. Agreed; him Uk- a. *-at. che young Ur'to.i ^\r- \ .vUJ.t,u: 'neba..-. - But w.!;ave good: ' phv.-'viM) �, hobLug um^ p:s?oi pmnteu ; haVf. vocational elueation. like- ^ s.ngio exit ho squa:feujwUe ,,p ^Qo{ tead:, ,vA lir,Uril- Three o�thc many body ttylca thai may 6� mounted on the Ford truck eha$$t$ \ \ the1 com- f um>n th.o shoulders of the. dead maivbr whose b.-crs dangled il*..wn ih* el lc*tu-e the meciK'at ( olleu: Booklet els Oj a doo tfhick we have issued to enable those vA\a enjev delicious, fragrant cojfec, to al^a^Js have it. Therff arc t-do essentials to the perfect cup of coffee- the right coj?ee and the right Wav to make it. TKi* tr^Wet tells hor? to have bolh. M&tie4 free :f yz-j* ^Trite v?4 CHASE 5- SANBORN  MO!TTRE.M. Blencert and Roaricrs of "Seal Brand" Coffe* ;::�k:er and might he pulled ia by the i-;ew beio\e. f He v.-ai�'.*d for the second head to em� rgt. There were five shots^'stiil left in the im;2a:-:ir.o of his pistol, and he jdanned that fivo^ more German-: should die. They must come up in 4 * a ",\ war pnsoueiv. jaceordkut:: �o a rcrtr.n censu-i. Sixteen :)jous:o!d �,:;-,Kreneh ami liel-^'.ian, v/hib- te:J Onjusand are Hermans. :i addiiif.-n ,�,>�. Miousapif relative'.", of im:-nu'd i,.i u ajc- visiting hore. () v-inA "� - -ovby of food no further vi'iuno i,,i a bmjj 5iuy will be accepted. I 1 protection against colds, grippe, sore throat, bronchitis and dreaded pneumonia. ^ If you don't wear Rubbers in order to save money, wear them to save your health. Have a pair of Rubbers for each pair of shpes. There's a style and shape for every shoe-for men; women and children-in these six brands of staunch; well-fitting Rubbers, carried by the lea^ng shoemen. 11 Merchants* -< Jacques Cartier "Dominion" 99 " Granby'� " Maple Leaf " Daiiy J1 Ask for these Brands-they give the best wear Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co. Limited Executive Offices MONTREAL 8 ;