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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta AT HOME AND ABROAD-WORLDS TWO GREA' MEN i j (I) Officers of the British merchant service taking over the S.S.Mobile at'th? U. S. Army Transport Base in Brooklyn, N.Y. The Mo- bile and six other former German liners which were allotted to the United Stages after the signing of the Armistice were ordered detiyered to Great Britain by the Inter-Allied Shipping Commission. All seven were used to bring soldiers' home from Europe. of Sir Evelyn Wood at Aider- shot. His baton, medals, cocked hat and sword were carried in the procession. (3) The Swedish battle cruiser Fylgia, which visiting New York. (4) "A deck scene on the Swedish battle cruiser Fylgia. (5) Princess Mary leaving the City Women's London, which she had just opened, ac- companied by Mayor. (6) A" new American now carry a sugar box to sweeten their.tea. This custom was'popular in France during the war. (7) Haavyweight Boxer Carpentier receiv- ing the Gant Gold Cup, presented by Daniel H. Gant for the world championship. General Pershing arriving at his home 'town, Laciede, Mo., is heartily welcomed. (9) Latest photo, of Field Marshal Foch (i.0) Latest photo, of Lloyd George, Premier of .England., (II) Centre Display Buffet, made in the shape of a fort and composed of sugar and cake pieces and gelatines prepared by Dining Car employees of the C. P. R., for "At Home" in Windsor Street Station, New Year's Eve, Jf, oi.iyef.ftfy Jh ;