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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta S.XTI RDAY, M.VHCU-J2, 1910 Till-. ll.Ml.V HICHAM) KLKVKN HEROISM OF BRITISH SEAMEN utKkr and 4a fact of have xwvtetai since hottUi- ttM vMWri, ami Atittri a Ilku char- will fcrvuoht to llibi iti tiM CMi ribil curtela net M teen lo dispUy of our in and llicir un- ions ature, trj'iut and men, tbe relatives ot .whom, all beeu notified. lo repui'iii to tmnd. tbe number of men, lust Is 49, and. hot timd L md i of. leK-cjDoltdenct' tod LBADshlps wai afforded j tiro the Ho4te I Mink after u collision in HM 'Xortli Sea ID tlie war. On JSlfc', tlie Secre- f tory of A4mkmHy made the [acts whiek lay d ibis i ihe of Dtttinber 21, 1916. rtnd was returning lo ils nortlt- (he ihe ojily indication jsivtm ot tbe nut ahead was the UacV of at work. Sucfe guUl was slifhl at itity and U mracrdinary how, under these conditions, exact stations were mata tallied and mlihaps seldom occurred, by runniug and i the snoTfy froth vhicli capped every brealiiBx wave. in the OarkntM there was a trash, ami a rfcOlcc crunch, followed by u ol violent detonations, while loud out ol the the howJioc b lor in not the sound of tliose eiiilotlinf; tessfully reJivueti. Ttm i.iu e wim Iwst their "ere rrusht'l titlweeu I the vcEMte. "hile aiiot'icr two werej iJroiriit-iJ. After !.IF rroup lia1! safely jumped, him look hli had riinllT done Kt reinainR of the tik thf- The most asi ihe MarvH and tht handled htr su Keen Ely and to pose WHG Conmntn-if-r At pur- Ho bate from otie cf the j sriihtEr sounds which formed tireless duly accompanied the icirtug t the North, Sex. Tbe treat of BiirMd orer A area, xaa as uavifation liglns and at a good pact, tbe of Ihe The Negro i haJ run tnlo Ucr auJ lud J stnjc-k Iier in ilie jim where Two of 'M. N. deslroy- -WOT in ID liib North nr daring very bad iho of six another new destroyer, H was a pitch dark nijlit, without a ctar visible, itttd to the vessels following one uuothcr He's starting right Dad kn9ws it. For hasn't he vivid memories of other times, before eventful day when he boyfht his cherished AutoStrop Razor? SQ he luppry to find that his boy won '1 have to put upwrth what went dull half removed thtst thiagi tkttt make he thinki of then.. Bui happily that U ta Aa4 he thp there only and c Art, UM MUM weft bem{ that follow ciwa. wtmy tluve M mly mn AutoStrop Rhaor can the fact; AutoStrop Razor tlw, Autoftrqp Rwcr to Unlr Tfcc prior pay for an AutoStrop t acMl te. Only one olfiuer and a fev.- mtn savffl from Iier vreiv. No yuar coulil j live in the rniiiniig at Uie ami feu' htiuian leiiigf, utmlri >lam! tlie Ebock of suchlcti in .-in-h ice-told ualer. The survivors were fortunate' enough to stue ropes flunj them Iroin ihp 1 that carae rnshins tu ibe iliiitn- pualinf waten with their J lights anil brlniing such snmour as j might 10 vlisilmK of tlie disaster. On board the lloite there wa? 1 the and for promjjt flinninalion revotltrt that were such ac to leuve hin lit- lle chance o: getiine Mr eafely imu port. The of the vtjsel was torn away, and she nuking water rapidly, but. her frere still working her captain to nmhft effort to reath a haihor. For (hat iit in the set ot Uie su that might be kept for her ivhoU1 length, and wlille inuking slow pro- 3 in ilie right dirertion. endeavor.? :were inadf to shore up. HI tea'-t teni- j jisrarily. the ard previ'iu their crushing in. The roHtFion riirrtd about a.m.. and althoti the destroyer's back fruciured by the o.xploFion, she was kept afloat ii] o'clock in ihe morning, when Hie, 1 5lrain became too great, a portion of the Imil liroke off. the t'ligme-room Ulooded. and at onco it. was evident I that her futc was sealed. v S icinained of tilt rtooiiieil sel mighj now founder at any inom- ent. .Ml iiflnds were lined on the fore-pan, where.they took their sta- tions as ordered by the officers, ami were numbered u'.f in batches, in view of possibility of some attempt he- made to save, ihent- Thtlr vnly hope in the detperato cham-c of reaching1 one of the otfier vessels oE the flotilla in company, should'she Jirar enough for iheni to 'jump on board, hi a few words the captain reminded the crew of what of lliem Hritisli seii- l men. ibid'them to aivait Hie word j of cftmmaricJ, which wpulrt ht gifen when tlie supreme moment arrived. Barely able lo siaiid us the xleck reel- ed under tlietn and spray swepi'aji the rolled to the rushing seas and the fury of the gale, each man prepared steadily to face (he death that aeenuM inevitable. Kven will be made on Ajiril l.VJi next. The ilivideod on Ma-lJouald prefer- I red was discontiiniod in and in accordance with a recent agreement I the accumulation of the fivt- years' di- vJ'ieri'ls of 1'Pr tenr to be tu shareholders ii: lonn of addi- tional preference br'nginp tli? SlOCk (0 Ji.CSo.lS'f'. UC'CPci- jilaling a payment in 'Aprtl of (41.710. ihe budsel for showing u i of over franc.-. wliicti It is proposed to cuvcr by ihe income and ou inheritances. tobacco, beer and .M. i-i'oix. nrumier vc-.-u rday: 'The liijuidatlon of th'j cort ot ihe vmr sums up formidably ynd we need The exist- ence of the country is ai -stake, init our great allies arc undertaking the re'buildfng Kuronr in of generosity. Our jiatiounl catfc depends oti made. 1 tliink J can confidtnlly tt-I] yon tiu'v will be (anadian Qncry isltfholesome ALL through the the hitkeitmedioUnd food ilies iniislenl in their rccommendnionf to the soldiers candy. la Military Hotpitits and Convalescent Homes cindy allowed 1o seriously wounded patients (orconsUM nourishment in a light, nutritious, easily-digested lorm. As ihe war progressed, the demand for candy frew to enor- mous proportions. Soldiers and sailors alike found hy experience that candy produced real energy, while stimu- lants gave only deceptive temporary strength. This war experience is supported by scientific opinion, some misconceptions are set in the following extract from the "Ctidr "d art BUtriliout. itinultlioi foudi. Ibt founriltion for the opinion uliaf ii injur- ioui leelh. lict of ii nuth mire liltly In injure Ittlli Ihtoujh iwpiirtJ nulrilioo Dun it. Kctiiivc utt ii lo it, ky liifcilivt which wilbt "In like Uttte Ur opinion (hit tHe cOBitfaptio" of wndy ctuiei Ireublti. Candy brings sunshine into the lives ol children. Children are fond of candy because their bodies re- quire fuel which eandy best produces. Not only en it yourself, but encourifte your children to cat candy in rational quantitiei. It is Iiilan. manager of .1, senerwl publicity ajttnt; Peters, lentral British ('olumbia divSaioiL anil C, Jackson, ailjiiator of claims'. P iiere at home wlio 'jterceiveirl, none of tlie actual liorrors'of w-ar on until you Fee'ihb- iifivv in- niosteniniieers.advertiging nitnugeif, druftsiiif n, elec- tricians, chemisls prc- pired for in lime Ihrougli 1. 'i. .C.y. can liclp.vou, no mailer wh-erc yon live, hours you work, or how liltle your schooling. Mark ind mail 1ht cou- pon will not ohli- you fri the Ifftst hti( will opportunity 1p sfiotr- liow to pre- pare for nl career, American Travellers Want Private Ownership Th, TriSc Cluk Neir V.rk, with 9 sf ebrcD Imnittt, e( coqslilj nrXwi ol !htfjiHHil i, itn p.wic the reconirrt Itie (OT mrnho jmrn COTdnslM IMWH .fcy (k, utmld be ihtl In M ivrnlntlM VwlilHIw. ft V Mlf.y ol lo rmopt nrffire redijn In Th.t prlBrfjk of of I mMimtal (on iMllltKn Is bill ikal akMl< pr.tHf for Ike e of Tfnt nlfh IcglslMta is nil! i uniform jrvlem of In nwtlers, Ihr jiukHi: emnre revfnue lo prnfUn for -inllmbk trnlnnit of uDMllons nd nrnUUent of The Leaks UT your plumbing in order a means of safety, as a method of a measured protection. We'll fix you oul from cellar to room in the house needs specialized attention. And we have the know-how and the wherewith., thai means I00ct efficiency. Confer with us. Years of practical experience .en- ables us to evade ihc pit falls of doubtful practice. Our skill and science are at your service. Tt.t of the lo at the nf turtfd lo or foniHrj' lo Iht ronlrol IM.UMBING, HEATING AND GAS FIHING Repnir Work a Given. Phone 521 516 4tk Areiwe S. ;