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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOP KlfiSTT T TlfllDfl Tn I n '-Tins had in a marked decree. I I I U I He KSS well qualified to (hose LlHll U ILLLlJ U waalils (.L.II111U IUI.UU lo lle Kirst l.ord of the Admiralty dur- (Ixmdou led tire on f ins u part of Ihe time when i-ians. commanding ibo HroXe. look' i part in those oicelleni exploits iu Straits of Dover which would ring dottn tee ages as a record o.' the hero-' Ism iu the cause of humanity of the British Kavy. Captain Kvans had re-; honors and tribute from all: ciul nothing better could of him than that he was true to llio tyre of tlie Hrilith j lCiieers.1 A. leclure on "How iro kept the j Keforring to tho magnitude of tho! given at Ihs.Quata's Hall task uuderlakeu by the (orces o: the! list night by Captain E. R. C. R. during the war, Sir Eric taid the I Kvann, O.n., D.S.O., fornerlT In Grind Heel was ths keydcoe of thj command of H.M.S. Broke, whrjto srch o! the alliance of the As vice during Ihe greater fKl ot theUl'Int an Idea of tie amouDt was connected with the irors '-Het it did in tho Norlli Sea h? ihe Dorer Patrol: Sir Erlo would tell them that it consumed 11.- IHlnlsUr o! Transport) tht U'M.OOO tons of fuel, and every ton of dialr. Tha TOI meant mileage ep the illuslrsled by lantern tod mot- which the Germans ve dared not ing iiiclEres. Cuplaln Evans J I f-Kf. (Oceeri.) Serealy-otas thou- tib'ect was to tell tho public some-1 thousand shlivj conveying .'ood lo thll j COL. COLLISHAW WELL. and were stieir couroyed across] A letter has received in Tc-l Ihrovr tiio sesrcMUb! TO to the men the. sea. They had heard "1 tbo block- j ronto from Col. Collitiaw, famoui and units who worXeil spirt from the adj which definitely brovju! Germany Canadian "ace." aboic whose health Grand Fleet. 1to her knees. That blocksdo car- and whereabouts there has been somt Si- Erlo Geddes said that no laLro-i rlcd oat In the semi-dirkaeis ductlon was necessary. His record as Cioe ind (V> mllei t. UESDAY, MARCH.-Ml; Additional Classified Acte, tbe companion and right-hand man to Capiatn Scott in the grtsl .Uitarttc of sea. Thirteen Ib.otmnd Testels boarded and the Teath Cruller was fresh In tislr minds I Squadron working iu tho htlt dark- tCbears.l After tragic rmts -1-1" which none was unmindful ten Uad- ership of what nt of IhiL lioit wsj entrusted to Captain Evoos. ann'jro, and they ki'.loij the submit- pitrol sed oaty 700 ships. Dettroyers, toati. and traill craft of all kinds Sl.OOO.OOD miles per aml he showed tin tho qtu lilies of which iairlii.-d him out for anilely of lale. He It In South Russia with the D.-iUsh Mission and It again In good health otter his attack of ty- phus. The Air Berrice carried out an of miles a Tear, continually going. He repelled the German sailors who nn j Up merry board, freely using M.s 03 the bcidge wo had quite a ono of iho complimenta that land ralne-sweeplcit was carried on to Ihe llritish Navy ra'd to any titmt o: half B mlllton piisilion of a loader o! deetroy- a (Chesrs.) ers Tho destroyor officer must intareiting part ot Cap- OS two realities wbloh none aan't hfi According lo -our custom we I a number of revolvers around too plenlitul. eicu in tbo cool EOFS and daMi. These qualities Cap- CP rouud that the .Germane would ably attempt tu bombard Dorer. What I Prom Apl. '..Melita ........LivcrjK 'i. .Grampian .Havre-Lo'ji'.on France ..Liverpool Szcr.tidfnavian Antwerp Pretorisn ,.....Rhissow .Minnedosa ___Liverpool -Motagcinn '-----Liverpool1. QUEBEC TO LIVERPOOL May June 4......Victorian j .1 R.MIVT CANADIAN PAC1HC OCEAN SERV1.CK Miin Sr. account of the action tooV on April 2S, 1917, when tho Swift and the range-finder platform, and used by the Signal Yeoman the First Lieutenant, one in hand. H struck me aa most to see (hem empty, revolver revolver into (lie crowded deckc cf the Oeruian deslrover in a modem the Broke met sit modem enemy dfl- ti hi t Bfter midnight that I raBsed the word Idore us ami flreti heavily at our ship. We ARD ictldr'Donaldson n 1 IT PROPOSED SAILlHijS took place proved 10 bo qulto bold piece of work [nr the Tho enemy approached at moderate sjwed six destroyers of a very modern type, and out a rapid bombard- ment ot We In the Broke fol- lowed tiio S'.vift from our patrol sta- tion at iho eastern end of the barrage towards the jjun flashes ?t (ull [hut we missed the enemy for some j little time, when the leaders were sud- dealy sighted br t'je Sritu Tliey im- j mediately opened, (ire. which the LSwlfL returned, firing her three t and neatly torpedokig1 one enemy de- i siroyer as'she passed down their lins 'at full spoed. We in the Hroke held jcur gunfire and alttred course of 'the Swift's wake for a (err seconds, mating ready to torpedo. We fired our port foremost torpedo Tvhen the eights came on for the'second ship In the line, and held on for a few seconds in order to give the torpedo it chance lo clear tho tube, then altered course agaiu to go rijhl in among the enemy destroyers, Oot "The Broke' Tras conned with tha in tent ton of ramming the destroyer Bgainst which we had launched a tor- pRilo, anil before she- had steadied on {her course the controlling- officer opened rapid, Independent 'fire Tvith our foremost guns, owing to tha short' of the range. Hespard, the first j lieutenant, was watchins the torpedo 1 which lie fired from the bridge speed- 1 ing through tbo water. Suddenly he yelled, 'We've got and as he NEW K.A. Vic. Apl24 Garmania ..May: Vauhan ..Ma? 15 K-A. Vic. May: NEW AND SOUTHAMPTON Mauretania Maurelanla strikTng tho destroyer 'G.86' plumb Irarera'.or ....................luiiu H- j amidships. MaureUnla ..................July jntcntlon hftd hcen ,0 ram tnis j destroyer, but. U ivas not now nccos BOU'RG AND SOUTHAMPTON sary to do EO. The helm was put George'Apin Hyl George MnyUMa-port and the Broke swung to star p Jrjspplte. our torpedo reached its mark, istrikTrg tho deilroyer 'G.8B' plumb Tlyl CIcorge Jun S3 Hyl George JulSS NEW YORK, PLYMOUTH, CHER- 3OURG ANO LIVERPOOL ..ApllO CaroniR ..May23 f'aronla -...'.......-...........June NEW MoviHe for a mat tor of seconds, and then the .ship was swung in again in titne to ram the next boat following aatern of Ihe torpedoed enemy ship AND ,v 11J Vpll9 Those in the destroyer wero mafc ing to run clown hail gathered our in tc-ntion, hut for them it was too late _.......... ApTlY'c'chunbu .May 22 'A cloud of smoke and sparks liel Columbia Jnly Columbia .July 3i ,fortl1 fuiwuls and we AND 'a momentary whtff of this aa we tora tuwards hfr. It all happened in fhilaration as we were about to strike NEW GREECE never be repented.' We crashci r.ijmonia 1'V into her port side abroaat o: the funnel and our strong how ground It Cassandra ....................Ap! 24; into the enemy vesael'a flank in the blais of gun falahea we reai Snl'.urija ..May S Cusaamlrn Mny2? name1. KB her bow swun. Saturnia. .June Jnly :ij towards us, while we carriC' Money Orders Jsodily alang on our MIM. Th Hrolib, stfiamiag at Knots, whirls For information_ apply to an; destroyer practically on her benn tempted (o lorpcdo one by order from the bridge, but all our controls were shot away and wo get no answer Ironi llio tnbcs. One of those passing us at range, was tor- pedoed by order of Mr, Grlnncy, our guuner. Imt the No. 1 of the tube. Leading Seaman G. Ivens. was killed immediately ho had Tired his torpedo, before be had tho satisfaction of Ing it run true. At one time a German shell passing] dnrcy Our starboard'side bit a bor of i cordite on the Urofcc's forecastle, and, this, after being thrown.into fell on our bridge.' The cortUto cattered about nnJ oti fire and tiio igh flames lit us up so much tfcst w? c-re a target to the enemy nd we were certainly rely. Towards the end of the-fight made to'ram another enemy, jnessal ut mUaed astern oiving to loss of peed due to au explosion in ono of he boiler rooms, and when the scrap was over the Broke was on" fire amid- hips as well as on the bridge. Steaiii vas escaping with a noise ind wo could Jiot more our We drifted towards G.S5, the Tessel we hatt torpedosdf and we aw Ihe phosphorescent bow-wave and wake of anoUier destroyer approach- ng. We turned our guns on to her mV made readr to torpedo, but ehe lushed'out the challenge, the answer o which we had by now -forgotten so we spelt out "B.R.O.K.E." ant! then we earnt that the destroyer was "the Swift. We heard them cheering in he darkneps, and we gave them a! 'air.t cheer back, and then with ittlc steam we could get we hiccupped i iloDg to one of the two sinking 'euerayj destroyers, the one that we had tor- pedoed. Her upper deck was ailanie, and she had a big hole under her fore- castle, through which fire be seen. Some men in her cried out and I shouted through Ihe megapone, 'AH right, we will pick you but an inconsiderate fellow on hoard her fired a round Crora the foremost 4in. gun, which paseeil through our bridge, and then we let her have it. In a matter of'seconds she was hit with threo -Jin. ami tor- pedoed again in the stem by Peupe, our Sub-Lieutenant, who was waiting al the port after torpedo in case of treachery. The torpedo ran. beauti- fully with tho swift inn t ion of a dol- phin, and in a very short time 'G.S5' sank, at which we were somewhat re- lieved, for it became a question ot whether she would .blow up or sink first, anil owing to the damage !o our steam-pipe, we were quite unable to move away from tins danger. One him dred and forty Germans were picked K, II. yr.d agents, or lo Cow cany's Office, SCOTT BLOCK. 270 Main St.. she could not fire. lucky Order Your TREES and SHRUBS bjloro !t Is too iate !o get (orr o at Ihe louvst nriee rlcnip- grown Slock has ever been sold in The MUchell Nursery FRANK KNAPP, (Lenste) IFCTO b'jen a dreadful moment tuhts struct; mto our side and was jigbl off its Our RUKS whlfh v.'ould bear at nmxi- oonressiui, were turned on lo wretched SHIP, and wa literally 111 1 up. The casualties in 'he SwIU were not very heavy, but. we un- in tho Broke, Tor including POLISH FOR SOFT WOODS lln. shell Into tlie Oar rl. l.lM wi-ro always, kept nd wllh nayoncls tiwi.: Oi Ail Kindt WesternTransferCo, Umited" P i.. Frtlglrt Sheiii Orrtcs.......... etiblti.......... vessel ready ___ three ai eacV, gun ami one at each torpr-do tune unil searchlight. linger, wore provided the upper I tk-okj bfi.oid'.'S revolvers Tvorr; supplied (o tljc and I'nci-c v.'ure many kort loaded rm Iho Tlio HiiM-riivcraii pom-poiii snfj nt ihe rno- i ment nf ni in in v.-nrin P'iicfJ osi ifio foro j rattle, the weapons practicaJly fell wailinB lo use them. In B few second after the shock of Oic collision Iheon folt a deadly fire was poured from forepart cm, tht( ,nias3 men. who, terror-alrlckfin, wore grouped flhont ibe enemy drv Alarjy of (hem clapjh- frred up our bows ant) pot on to lliu jforRcaatlD, to nipcl with instant death from our aoamer and I stokors. f do not hellcvo the enemy boimhirl MS with the Idea ol inflicting thoy canie on i.ourd to save Mic'ir n-.VM livrs, but In HJCS cor.Tuslon I of Uiu action llio IJro'rfY? were i lo )akf! no j The In the BTO'KP JHtiiHld A, Oyii-s. H.X. R.. was Bounded wiili n shell splir-ioi' in Iho c-yL1, took on (Jin for'-najiilR nnrl orRsnizeii n crew from Iho survivors of Ilifj forcmop.l. guns' crnu-fl; whn had suffered many sUiiUICH, and thus >.opl itio g'Jiis R of SClft nre rtn O1 WU01, so ,ha, as the soundest value for rjour money. The Fit-Reform Label means today just what it has stood for, for years- worthy fabrics, careful tailoring, honest value and irreproachable style. MAY BE CHOICE FOR WASHINGTON Humor says [Ion, Khodc'j Dialed for Ihe position of AmbiiEsador' at WafthlntiDti. Mis op-1 lioncnt In N. S.. ,Mr Hance Ixigap. brought Ihe ftort f.o (CoatUnied from Paje Three) LOST AND FOUND OVhen Rfplylnt Mention Tht Herald) Owner may hare same by proving property aud payiDS for ;adTOjUBaiiient. Ap ply Herald office. List Your BRANDS! U wilt ue a muiial aoranlase la I p( brands if-; they lioiler. branded on led i der. Ownor heive same li; I I S. liasmlrti, iBHi'place lieforo 111 farmers i Ooartil. Allt. ra'ucbers so tbi( 3tocS could bi I w farni, 16 milM I rt'.ireed A i northeast of Warner, bay mare, IIIH few dollars a jnonlb. will carry wslsbt irandeil on ]n Dsily and Wwkljr (left shoulder. JSO.CO reward MHB: for return, or K. H. HcUlafi. I 730 ntU St. 1 rralA tntr Vilnil 'avt I seldln'g. hind legs i star on. forehead, brand- cd on rightahlsh. Heward (or infoimatlon Icadme to r'ecor- n- cry. A. Johnson, Kiiip, Alta: miles BRAND REGISTER On rlfbt ot etMlt. Fit-Reform McKelvie McGuire my pface. Tti cast one whita faced two-Year-old heifer; no vlslblo brand. Owner can have same by paying ex- penses lo 4V Foster, Phone.ItSlo. 91-i j ofTetbbrldje, ona (til, I bald-faced-borte, in scod branded on right bill. Ja.OO re- ward for Information leading to re-j coyery of same. Apply Joe Henly, j corner 7th Xve. and 21st SI. S. G I ihonlder of toKM. I NllMon. On thlih hortti.' on left hip ot cattle. 0. T, I.itbrop. heart of horjcs. .....''-anded on Ililxh at cut on right, one tirandtJ ca right tlilsh as cul on tutt e.M- cropped. JlO.dO lieoil. Clirence I Iron tour miles west of Spring Coulee, ono mire, about eight years old. weight about pounds, short tail, old wire cot on left front foot, no visible brand. Owner please claim same. 11. D. Taft, Spring bay mare, four years; one sorrel'gelding, eight years; ono dark bey; no' wbito ou it, about 1.400 pounds, "last EPEII In Wrentnam, Alia.; branded ou right slioul- iler. reward per head. J___ Notify P. 1J. Henderson, Uar'mveTl. I J20.00 REWARD-for recovery black mare, weight wlilti strip down face, branded on lef thiKh, small nipture; on? ba? gelding, bald face, two lilnd feet, .branded on right thigh as cut on left, am! nlso branded on right shoulder t on foreton cut, weight one black gelding, nnii ed R H on left shoulder, reached niano last fall, two white hind feet, snip on nose, nndistnr on forehead; weicht Ilold and advise. Box 119'Herald. On right hip. at cattli Bacneii, H. 0. Rollan, Warcer, fin right shoulder. Caseineot, CarmaQgttr, Al- the premises ol Olaf Hagcn, Ench'aut, "Alia., section 3USJ- 20, west olack saddle pony gelding, .weiglit aliont 300 white spot on forehead, also on nose, one white fctloctr; on left lilnd foot, lamo In front fool; no visible brand. Also one brown gelding -aliout 4-years old, branded ou left hip, while strip on JoreheaoV white (etlock_on hind Above mentioned horses camo lo tlila Dlaco about October 1910. V...... Si-lh' On left tbjgh.' On left thigh o[ Miles, Barons, Alia. Left thigh of hiraes. Right Jaw ot Horses. per .head reward. N'otrfy n'. Cattle brand off right ribi. bay .marcs, white ........_. ..__ _ slrip on faca, weiglit one. has Oscar Strand, Wrantham', Alia. left fetlock vire cut, and left hind foot white; two strawberry roen marcs, [weight cotniiis .three and four, (years; one black marc, iveight I coming four yearsi one bay gelding, foretop and (all trimmed last tall, com- ng five years, weight snjall white scr.r or. lower point of right sboMlder; "II branded on ight shoulder. Claimed lo have S icon seen so'ulh of Etzikom, Alta. HO per head reward'for rclurn. J. A. Cocbcm, Jlilk River, Alta. 1 .u. S. Alia. Lelt thigh ol horses. On right thigh of ho'rses. IMPOUNDED IN EAST POUND On left shoulder of horses. Gordon, Iron Springs, AHa. One llglil bay liikrc, bine1 slocklngE, black mane and tail branded One dark bay mare, while s face, left hind .fetlock vis- ible JOSEPH OILLESPIB, 51-0 Chief ot Police. r.ianon Ackroyd, Magrath, Alii. TENDERS Sealed lenders will lie received by (he undersigned up to noon, Friday, t'tli April, for the erection or an eight-room School with Assembly Hall nt IJarons, separate lenders be- j ing asked for the Heating. An accepted, cheque for b% of the I amoinil of the .lender must accompany i lender. The right is reserved to rejecl Any or all bids 0.: lo waive nny defect. j Kacli application i.s lo, ho sccompan- J led by of Ten Uollars which will be refunded on tho return of j plans, specifications anil bonalidc ten- iler. I'ians and Biiecillcnliona may be nbtalncd from H. M. WHIDD1XOTON. Architect. j C. HOWARD 'FRY; Atisociatc. 101 Sh.crlp'ck Huilding, Alia. Ad T TENDERS FOR SCHOOL HOUSE TENDERS will he recdv- fill by tho.Doarrt ot Tmsleea ot Wren thara Consolidated School District No. Wrenlliam, Alherla, at the olfltp nt tlie Sccrelary-Treastirer, up to noon April Stli, 1920, for th9 erection of a three-room bridk and frame school building. Plans and specifications may bt; ?een at Ihe abovomeiitioneil office (find may ho obtained from A. M. fers. A.A.A.,, Efl- monlon. on payment oC a of which will ho on re 1 celpl of a hona fido lender with plans j and fiiieciflcalions. A marked cheque j for five per cent. of. tender nccomjiany same. Tho loirest or any tender will no; necessarily be accepted. j N. C. Address, Wrenlliam. Alberla. March'J 8th; 1920, Tractor Cylinders Reground Vr'e specialize (n rcgrindin; gas tractor cylinders and fitting orerslze plslon.v and rings. We havft In slock al present oversize pistons for all popular makes of gas Auto Cylinders Reground N1VEN BROS. 21S fit Ave. S. Phone 1732 Ad B vr THE WAR VETERAN 1 YOU HAVE A TD OFFER Please Netify W. LOWE ;