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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta TI.'KSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE TtnRTEEN Destroyers and Their Work I In The War fro tetwetii Tarpauflo IjiirliiE ike'lour and years of ur wo liulll some 3vO oevr srfl.V Our average ot In uoacc time, was less than.a score. flguro'seem to me lo Ittustrale very the value of-the leaTroyer In war. They were Ihe general servants of :bo fleet. Auy anij every sort of Job nas lo them. Their main iuiu's so far as lhi> Grain! Fleet was cf rued, ctatrad In tio ot providing an antl lubniarlue (or Uie balOaUp itudrooa but elao- irlier'e carried out all Dinner of dullea. .They Mla4 Meorta to ljx. conror camo use they were at conro; They vere quipped for mint.- Eeneral living. They acted aj Kliard- ihlpa on tha inti-aubniarine bamfM In the Straits o: Dover and Otranlo. They conveyed Ministers Generals, Princea and PresldentK to and and the 'Coatl- They carried out loot, dreary. Datiola In tltlaal wa4en, coverlDK buxe nllleaiep, vlilt- Inj little VDOIITU tai even unchJLrKr- e4 anhlmlnoM- aM aidlni IK Uie koevletite of UTlcalloD. Tknr acted as raicue tun ind hauM tor- pedoed merchanliueii Into the'aafetj- at ililkiw tbo ji It was. however, 'as lighten el sub- marines that they came nojt lo the fore. Quite early in the war our naval luthwUln louad thit paace-llme theory was for once correct, and that destroyers were the real antidote lo tbe submarine. Itlfbt down to N'ovem. her. 1918. orcry enemy submarine was chary of being Been on Ibo surface The Hospital Ship HER INTERESTING CAREER RECALLED 101B, er.E.MJ QUITE rtrentlr tie hoipltal lilp "Loyally" haa bwn convertW In Bombay Into a troopohlp, aod Ibe pccaaloa. appeara to Juatlfr puollcatloD of some account of ter .rarcer aa a hospital ohlpr a whk-h'wM not only on bul whlch-nSecta In't'Terj- abie way Ilia great BeneixmtT at Ills Highness, (ho .Maharajah of Gwaltor. In August. 1911. hi! tlx Mabnrajoh of Gwallor visited Bbopal end arranged vlih the to prefaeot tbp Gorernnmt ulth a TiosplUl ship, lo be called lo '.vhtch'ltt Chlcft o( In-Ill ta edadta MUrM ortor ot______ okay "Kmpnot of ImdK lag oa aoefa UMTO] eiaai for tat Mof raUorad om tho Pocttc aUUoB or a tugtr aad (brio ot ahlp ww "Imiiraoa at abooU coma OK at Uu oatomk of tbe pn- wmr, wtue hla HlchMM tbe Mabaimjak of Qwtltor tedded to n- peat hi, loyal aad muilcent act at IK'O. by grofestln; a heoplbti at 300 beat ctpodty.for uoe war..Moat apanerlaUly tbo ohlp bo lo aubscrlbe. The offer waa gratefully, accepted, bnt Ibera wai considerable delay In procurlAi ablp.. EvtnlualVy tbe 3] cbosca WES tbe "Empress of Jadla." tulll by Ibe CcinslrucUon i AnnaJDcDts nompany, of Darrov-la- Furness, In fS9l, Ibe Candlaa Patiflc Ocean tracea. 1 with her eliter shl'pc "Era- of Cblna" and "Empreai of 'JapAD." she was Bpecktlly- deelfned. liulit'. on TCTJ handsome fitted-moit luiorioualy irlti eTery- .thing wnstdored necessary for tho of passeajfeTB of .all t.Tha matier ol aad apeed 1 Yas fn'rlinr. ao that Ibe ihlps ih'tWfr time wfre'tbe faitnt la Ibe Pacific.trade, and earned a name, of Alp wart oratrllai. ate. A fcw by EM GoreniBent of ladla, tho nat balmf Tocnrttod from Ovallar. Dhar aad Bbantpir Btatoa. aad tie balacn locally hi Bamfear. The coat of buying aad Ittlac o.t UN wu apvrntaaatly MM.OM. aod k-r for tear -ifa MO, the total btinc Marly two aa4 a karr dollara, of which by tar the traater put WM paid by H. H. Un Habanlah of Onallor, ena- ude rram other Ralrvar from tko Fftdflc Dlnetcr the taral ladU MarlM aad Urn oaV nra acted for hla Hicham In the matter of buylni, ittfrtci and the "EapnH of Lon- don, aid cbaoalEE her man to the "Loyanr" of Bombay. Thai wu COM IB Odofeer, 1914, and wUala fov monllis from the time Mr va hoapllal chip "LcyaJtr" M ready to begin ber rood worlt and oaalat la Uia rilM o( lalorUc hu DMBltT. o( Fnr Tvn. The aaJM from tbo Par- GoJC on NuiemUi'. tMb. 1914, ych _as allt K-onjr..' Japan' t Ihciicc'lo .va 'Vancouver, and 'American' 1 ecen that tlie f c Hallway across the North It will thin he prior to be- a great part'as In" the rpcnlpg up fynd of com. s of Ibe merce In. one of the outlying .the Empire.- Incidentally she hn .bonor of carrylrjg Klog Georgo ns a L passenger. Tben L be Wales. u Prinre of li wonld almosL ecem to-bD In'lne ken roioniBd b'y Ijlj WII- OB tbe .__ that time up lo Marly the ead at mat year abe was in coiainhalon. 'OB har Brat tayace >be 'wai denoeted to chl, whan abe stayed Ull Dan__ Jllh, whra she left for Dar- lac thla ship was boaflit V In foair ywa At WM ti mimtim M a'hoplul 'skip ako oailod U TorwHiud earirfed 1MM iiMiin BrHbk. IniUma. Chliwa, laA- aid Afrlaa, and Oor anl Arat prlaaian ot war.' The hospllal wu ataHtl wlti throa or fonr I. M. 8. oOcwa aid mill tary. aad ona ma ttotf and foiir to Bi.nirralni nod- Stot.t loHIHI. al gea. aa put of .Iho allp'a I work WM tbo nocoe of the of UM ateanijhlp "Ben altn tbol ahlp had beao: ahellfd'and by a Oermaai Uakamt, on Aufnt lot, 1116. Tilt Ivldoat ud tin aliklM lha -CUntoila" wm witmail oy Ibo -Loyally- froo a dblaart of about U Mian, when ako woo (all of badly wwaaded son (Brttloa train. The outlook was dark indeed but he made up Ills mind lliat he was Ing lo overcome Lis handicap. Whei ho was out of the hospital he set to work and made himself a hook for the left, arm, ivilh by cons tan practice he could do everything bu1 put on. his collar and tic hla lie. After spending some time in a machine a Lop he managed to do even that. The speaker then gave a practica demonstration by laking off hie coa and untying his collar and tie; he also showed how he thaved himself -Jot A mirj llv perfect I ippruince of her com- I olciion. Permintnt and (cmporary dun are cflrctivtly Reduce UTV riluril rotor ind corrfdi aiy skins- Hlfhly antiirptic, 4 with beneficial rnulu u i curative gent for 70 VMTI. Oriental Cream REDSEAL BUT-A-PHS c, and wrote. He said that he did ade work lu the garden, swam on back, and played, all SOT Is of In games, la fact, he tried to be- ave as If he were like other men. A serlai of cinematograph pictures re thrown on the screen In the first ace to Illustrate Mr. ftowllnr's wav life, which showed him to be an peri motorist. He lost his limbs the age of li> In ft bltitard In Mln esota, for the neit two years e was boarded out at public ben he vent (o college for two terms od afterwards he spent bis time for ven years In teaching boyi. He IB ow president, of Ibo largest bcnk In .lonesola be Is married, iree daughters. Ills rousing speech eeterday was (ull of encouragement his audience. Ernest I-etscbgy, Bloomdale. had oth wrists broken and Ma head bad cut by a fall from a plank while epalrlng a silo. BANK CLERK IN MOOSE -JAW DISAPPEARS Sept. Kenneth Cochraue. a cleri In the Royal Bank here, hit and ih.e bank clalB and hla friends and relslliei e bare, tin trace ot him and hare heard nothing IK lo bis whereabouts lines Saturday Bight. Cochrane was mployed as collection clerk and the bank old dais state that there can be no question of his "being Involved in financial difficulties. Cochrane look bla irlp and walked out of the bank Relatival hero elated that he hid been worried bj a, (ioys- lerlous man Darned MUchell for the past three months who had Laen en- to cultivate the young man's acquaintance. Cochrane is sup posed 10 have a brother in Calgary. his home Is at Altona. Out. 55am Carter. M. P. P. for South Wellington, will seeX reflection. WHEN RHEUMATIC PAINS HIT HARD Hive Sloan1! Llnlmt far Th Sudden Rheunullc ON'T let the rheumtlic pain or acho find you without Scoan'a Lin.menL again. Keep It hindy In the medicine cabinet for immedlalo when, netted. If you are out. ot It now, get another bottle today, so you won'L suffer longer than necessary when a pain or ache you. f Apply it without it giving prompt relief of sciatica, lumbago, neuralgia, soreness, sprains, strainflj keep IL handy. All 35cf 70c, bruiaea, Sloans Keep ii hftndv LIMBLESS MEN'S SKILL Prince Albert irai pratent al a meeting held In the Central Hall, Wei'tmlnsler, wlien were gliren by two Americans, Mid of whom bare suffered the loes ol more than one limb and bare yet managed to carry on lives marked J eitreme ertlclcncy. One of them. Judge Corlcy, Jir.s lost tils rlghl. arm at the shoulder 'loft- arm 'si ihe v'is-3- iMr. Mlcliael Oowllng, lost bolli lefK at the knee, the left arm al the chow hla right hind. The mee'llrlR vas held under the joint auiplces of Lhc British Red Cross and (be Pensions Commltloc, and the chair 'waa taken by the minis- ter of pensions (Sir U Worthlngton Brant, M. Tbe hall -was crowded, apeelmena' ol Ue w6rk carried on Ihe llmblen men were on tlew. The minister of pensions Bald llial Ihe object of the mwtlnj was to put nen who bad lost limbs' la IheraerTtae of the cointry Into good a 'poiltlon or prorldlni (hem wltb artificial llnis, hut they needed the of the'm'en In Die cliolce nwst suitable Instru- ment. hltltell -Jw the plher ilay a man whmo liftil bolK'lKen am- putated mount his lilcyclo anO turn within a nnrroWcr limit than who wouM hare cai-H to do. ind Jnrtge Gorier had hecorM so fklllfffl In Ihe nse of their artificial limbs- (bat they were an'emhodlemonl of hope nnd encour- 1UFT OFF Apptr lew drops then lift "w louchy corns off with painl Drop..a lllllo Aftnr rrrnft -rnsptdcil tka work done bj the Hmblees rain, Frceione OIL nn acinus corn, Inelantly that corn slops hurling, then you lift II rlj-nl out. Yes, A liny, bottle.of Frctzpiie. costs a few al any drug lint it rcniov.e every soft com, or corn'between and. the calluses! without soreness 61 hrltatfon., In tho scnsallonil dfscor d 11 Clncirinsli genius. H it won HERPICIDE MARY SAYS: Men. Nowadays, Know Pretty False Hair From Beautiful Real Hair. Have Beautiful Hair USE NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE ienU it M.U it One) ami Dcp't at tSa Barker D. t CO., LTD. AUCTION SALE TOMpRROW, WEDNESDAY ON THE PREMISES, 120 llth STREET SOUTH COMMENCING AT 1.30 P.M. FRANK WADDINGTON INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER WILL SELL BV PUBLIC AUCTION THE SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And elfecLi Including: Handsome dining suite in cibikw oai, coDiprislne; elecant bullet, round extension table and set leather sealed chairs: arm chair In fumed oak; lounge rocker; rocker in turned oak- funml oak occasional table; i fumed otk dlranette; morris chair; morrla chair in tapestry; Jrop bead macklne in good order; Conroleum rug, 9il2; gas healer; quantity of Ten- food oak picture Iraniej with E'aaa; Nelaon jns ranre; splendlrl relrigerator; G kitchen chair a: kllchen Stewart C-holu Ttnse-fitted with 4-way Imrner; fine oak dretser; oral tnirror dresner; wriline tahVe; two 3 Inch braiE trinuned beds is-llh all metal sprlnea and felt mattresses; 3il2 carpet square In good con- dition; 1 gilt oya! frames; 9.feeathar pillows; 4-6 bed, carpet runners. S feel lent; two small TUBS, carpcttlni; child's table and rocking horse; waah alshes, kitchen utensils, etc, f COMMENCES AT 1.30 8HARP, i PLEASE BE' PROMPT. TERMS CASH v PHONES LETHBRIDGE KENTISH ASSOCIATION Whist Drive and Dance IN HALL I I TONIGHT at 8 o'clock GENTLEMEN 11.00 Procefdo In Alrf of lonavelcnt .Fund of LAMEI SOo atlon Ice Cream Bricks THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL Maple Walnut and Neopolitan REGULAR 35c Special This Week ,AT.TME FOLLOWING STORM ALEXANDRA CONFtCTION- NORTH BAKERY PALACE: CONFECTIONERY MAPLE LEAF CONF.CTION. VrCTOflA '.IRY' T. VlnV'jWIBAtvCpNFEeTION- Crystal ;