Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
,ir ,,^uir.-~........^,^,.i.,_^,�,.�i..�-...w-.......------> ^.,-,, - 1.-----1------ Wi^Briti4i Air Squadron inlfrlirice T fyrrc'.'"^ ro'//-e7fSi'i.;- ar ? .1 I*' 1 ^ 1 ^1 (l)"~Witira British iquadron"c! alTEiCn dn~We^fn front, who bomb the enemy by day, getting ready for � big bombing expedition. (2) In a gun room handing out guns to the observers. (3) King Alexander of Greece visiting the British lector on the Macedonian front. His Majesty watches aeroplanes' flying past. (4) With a British squadron of airmen-One of the big bombs used-a big machine and a small scout. (5) A pilot of a British seaplane which is stalled on the water and is -writing a message for help, which he will despatch by carrier pigeon. (6) A returned bombing machine. Photographic evidence of where bombs have been dropped, handing photographic plates to a photographer. (7) A 'Royal Flying Corps machine returning after a reoomnaisaance flight over the enemy position. (8) Lieut. O. de Pret-Roose. (9) A damaged machine being repaired and another, machine ready to .take its place. (10) Commander. A. E. Philip. V KM \ (/5 . V:- r ' 'I i 5 ^ 'I � <^ ay co4/iRr�^y or c. ^ , LIEUT. G. DE PRET-ROOSE. C, P. B. Man Who Won Croix de Guerr* fKOUSH OROIX DZ OUSRRI. THE King of th� awwrded the postp hnmovi honourB of Chavaller de I'Ordre 4� licopold �nd th� Croix de Guerre to the late Lieut. G. de Fret Koose de CaleHberir, who, preYious to the war, was employed in the Huropcan Manag er'b Office of the C. P. R., Charing C r o b b. This gallant younic oilier had served with the Belgian Array uIdko the out-hreak of w.ir and took part In the btittlCH of OeEtadc and Louvain He was UIIUmI, gal lantly nnoouraKing his iu<�u in tho riefinice of a section nt tlui first line IrenrhcB in (rout oJ Dixmude. HOKOBED BY KING. ON the mom-t n g of . March 20th, 1918, the King held an investiture at Buckingham Palace, and decorated ' .Kn^l-Uf'.er Commander �A. 13. Philip, lato of the C. P. R. 11 n 0 r, 'EmproKS of Britain," with , tho Order of tho BritlBh Empire, Whbn shaking hands with Comma ad or Philip Hio Majesty ro- � " Diarkod that he. was always* pleased to see* anyone from tUo C. P. R, COMMANDER A: E. PHIttP lihodik bands with the Kips.