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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta , w,-�................. PAGE FOURTEEN .ilE LEtHBRIDGE DAILY HEBALD SATUrUMY, MAY 25, 1!)18 THE VINDlCnVE'S GLORIOUS SCARS; PICTURES OF THE MAGNfflCENT FEAT OFFIC&RS WHO SURVIVED THE MAGNIFICENT ADVENTURE. From left to rigiit: Surgeon Payuo. Stirjifron C'legg, Commundfr Osborne. Capt. Carpenter, Statt Surgeon Mc-Ctutbonn. and Senior Oiinner Cobby. Xoti' '.h? Rhip's mascots-lucky black cats-which went through the engRKe-"lueut uni=catUcd. . . ; THE VINDICTIVE RETURNS COVERED WITH HONORABLE SCARS. "A �vvlMerness oi debris," was the way the Admiralty doBcrlbed the cruiser on her return from Zcebruggo. Hor sliles were flecked with rents from machine gun bullets aril shrapnel spllnteds, while her upper structure was shattered and pierced. Note the Ilame-thrower hut towering above the bridge, troui which Capt. Carpenter directed the operations, ,   U.S. GETS WORD OF IX, ACIN �Washington^ May 25.-The state department has received information frort its own sources that the Mexican diplomatic representative at Havana has been withdrawn but no oxplan.v lion was given in the despatches, Further a'dvicos were expected during the day. /' A Statement Mexico City, May 2t.-General Aguila, minister of foreign affairs, tonight gave out a statement for the announced purpose of avoiding a misinterpretation of Mexlco'r, action. The statement says in part: "The president of the Republic and the cabinet at a special meeting has decided that it was tin-- imperative necessity to recall the Mexican (tip-lomatic repro.'ientative to Cul)rt and suspend relations for an, indefinite per lod." BAD FIRE. Montreal. May 25.-Damage (^stim �tBd by an official of the company at around $100,900 was caused by a flr� which brake out yesterday afternoon at the-George Hall Coal Yards, Wellington ba.sin. The heat was so in were al>3 badly ;l:\m:ii;ed. SHRAPNEL IWAKES "LACExWORK" OF VENTILATOR COWLS. Xot a particle of the Vlndfctive's upper structure escaped damage. Steet plate was ribbed to ribbons by �^e terrific hail of steel. It seems-a miracle that any living thing could come through the liurrlcaue of shells alive. IS? 3^ i BRIG. GEM. SANDEMAN QAREY British commander, made famous by holding the gap between the third and fifth British armies in the first days of the German drive in Plcardy, with a hastily organized, nondescript force of laborers, troncii diggers, and every one else In reach.- MEMBERS OF THE VINDICTIVE'8 ^UN CREWS, The gunners on the Vindictive stayed at their posts with death-doallng bullets and splinters hurtling alt arounc. them. Twice the crew of the forward howitzer was doatroyod, but there was no dearth of volunteers to carry on. Note the sailor wearing a steel hat " ilANS SHOOIO BE Montreal, May 25.-Claiming that as the Indians had no right to vote, thoy should not be forced to flglvt-under the Military Service Act, tTiiief Delisle said at a gathering of the Cloud at Caughnawaga yesterday, that he had given much of his time to pro-vent the application of the act to the Indians. The chief said that 8000 of the 110,000 Indians in Canada had gone to fight the Gorraanfl voluntarily, ile claimed that the Indians wore an -Hinconquorod, people with whom the government had made treaties and stated that ha had  seen the central appeal judge of the Military Sorvieo Act, iii ordez- to see that Justice wos done his people. TYPOS TO WINNIPEG Calgjiry, May 25.-Winnipeg, probably will be the place of mouting next year tor the annual cqnforencn of WeitorB Tj'-pograpbical Unions. The decision will bo mado this afternoon but It Is understood the Manitoba city v/ill be aeleclod by the delegates. ? ? pUUoa American fbjrslciani. I Do your cleaning up now-put up the screens and awnings, rake up the yard, sprinkle the lawn and plant the garden. Start the season �I Complete Lines for Spring Cleaning Up Everything you'll need to put the house, lawn jand garden in shape-standard makes and highest qualities. AWNINOa RAKE* HOES SPADEB -SCREEN DOORL SCREEN WINDOWS GARDEN HOSE LAWN MOWERB M0P8 BROOMS FENCER PAINTS HICK-SEHl. HARDWARE CO. ;