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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN THE LETHBliiDGE DAILY KERALD TUESDAY, MAY 7. 101?! Red Cross Report for March Tho folowing report of Ued Cros.-work done duriiv; Mar^U bows ii (io-ciaeil tlecrenao, ine to "the limltlnK Do we realize that the bovs have given everything?' TIip;- I'.nve se! nslde youth, hoiie. divnms and lovQ and hnv%> � Knno avc- thcrr to fight o�r biu.'los. l)n tlip> not deserve our � supiKul to the last dollar'; Baptist-12 haiUikerolMof*. .� tnwels. 1 pair- pyjamas, i flixn. biiiuers, ;% wrIngeiB. S T'f, 4 Xi.T.. ;iUi>rod ;! pyj. trciiisers. tags .111 i-. 1 pneii. jacket. I pyj. troupers. brd i)an covers. 10 [iu-i- iknli.-;. Eastern !?lr.r-I py.i. irmi-sev.". 17 face clotiis. I :-Jiir.f. !� piitxi jackets, 6 bed pan covers. T ?. _ .Xi'.T.. 4 pr. socks, buttons on -' pyj coats, 10 shirts. S aprons. tapc.� on 7 pyj. (oatB. J. (). r. (^lass-2 T's. buttons oa 15 p.vj. co:n.-. I pyj. trouEsrs. Sir Aicxt.udc;- Gait Ciiapter 1.0.D. C - -" pyj.. 2 biuder.5. 3 prop. bags. 1 .Ineii. Jacket. 4S face cloths. ;t shirts. i l.'i flan, bindors, 9 sheets, 1 surg. i stiicking. u slings, 10 bed pan covers, I 2 Ts, IS -M.T., buttons on 11 jiyj, i ('oats, tags on 12 flan, btndore. j Teachers and Voung Business Women-2 v)ncu. jackets, 2 amp. slings, 7 iiyj, 7 pyj, trousers, 11 wringers, 3 caps. ;!(! (Ian. hinders, 12 towels, 1 (�per. gown, 7 face cloths, 12 hand-kiMchiofs, 5 bed pan covers, 25 T's, ;!( .ALT. Wesley-2 bed pan covers, fi hand-kerchle.fs, 1 pyj., i cap, 1 wringer. 2 pneu. Jackets, 11 flan, binders. 6 pillow slips. S T's, '.\ binders, lags on :l prop. bags, buttons on ;10 shirts, ;!t> pyj. coats. G. K. t'lub-4 pyj., 4 flan, binders. ;! caps. Protheoii Class-? sheets, 2 pillow slips, s towels, 4 flan, binders, 12 banrikerihiefs. Women of Latter llay Saints-4 shirts, 5 pyj.. aprons. 2S pillow slips, IS towels. I'l binders, f. pro)), bags, 12 caps, 12 wringers, "JO Ts. Primary Class of Latter Day Saints -12 towels, 24 handkerchiefs. Pentecostal Mission-2 shirts, 15 sheets. G pillow slips. IS towels, 24 flan, binders. 11 prop, bags. S caps. :!0 handkerchiefs, 12 amp. slings, 20 T's. , St. Jfary-3 p.vj., aprons, S sheets. ;! pillow slips. 14 flan, binders, 2 khaki slings, 72 handkerchiefs, 4 amp. slings. 1' T's. Thistle Sewing Circle-U shirts, 6 pyj., 6 towels, li binders, ti flan, binders, 12 prop, bags, 13 caps, 4S handkerchiefs, IS T's. Coaldale Women s Institute-1(1 shirts, S pyj.. 2 oper. gowns. 2 ap-I rons. 4 sheets, 5 pillow slips, t; towels. I ;>Q flan, binders, 14 prop. bags. 22 face cloths, 16 caps, 53 handkerchiefs. 1 M.T.. 14 pneu. jackets, 3 knitted face cloths, 14 pr. socks. Aden-4 shirts, 4 pyj.. 4 sheets, fi pillow slips, 10 towels, � ilan. binders, 19 handkerchiefs, 6 T's, 1 pr. socks. Burdett-1� shirts, 12 pyj., 4 oper. gowns, 3 aprons, 24 towels. 6 binders, 12 tian. binders, 20 prop. bag.s, 21 face cloths. 6 caps, ISS handkerchiefs, 12 surg. stockings. 4 amp. slings, 23 T's. 16 yi.T.. IS bed pan covers, 1 pr. socks. Coaldale Colony-2 shirts, 2 pyj., 2 aprons, 6 flan, binders, 2 surg. stockings. Foremost-27 shirts, S pyj., 10 oper. gowns, 9 apron.i. 7 shsots, Iti pillowslips. 29 towels, 7 binders, 30 caps. : > : ? ? ^ 4> They ask for u slrdight *23 * inlnlmuiu weekly wage. Tho  old rate was |19.5ii and tho o : .> : : ? ? :� 24 handkerchiefs. 4 surg. stockings, 12 amp. slings. IS W-rlngers, U T's, 14 M.T.. 5 pr. socks. Hardieville-4 shirts, 3 pyj., 1 oper. pov.n. 2 sheets, 12 binders, 7 flan, binders. 2 caps. 5 handkerchiefs, 3 amp. slings. 10 T's. Sorosis Society of Hyssop School- i') shirts. 0 pyj., C aprons, 10 sheets, 1� pillow slips. 24 towels, 17 flan, binders, 3 khaki slings, 1 handkcr-cliief, 7 surg. stockings, 10 amp. slings, 17 T's. .Mrs. Green, Kippenvilie-12 flan, "oindors, 24 handkerchiefs, 2 pneu. jackets. -Magrath Presbyterian Ladies' Aid -IS shirts, 12 pyj., 12 oper. gowns. 23 pillow slips, 55 flan, binders, 4 khaki slings, tj prop. bags. 16 caps, 25 handkerchiefs, 2 surg. stockings. S wringers, 25 M.T., 7 pneu. jackets, 12 bed pan covers, 7 pr. socks. Donated, t! M.T., 38 handkerchiefs. Manyborries-3 shirts. G pillow slips, 8 flan, binders, 4 face cloths. 3 caps, 2 amp. slings, S wringers, 2 pr. socks. -Milk River Red Cross-S shirts. 2 pyj. trousers. 4 oper. gowns, t; pillow slips, 17 towels, 0 binders, 17 flan, binders, 22 prop. bags. 14 caps, 47 handkerchiefs, 2 amp. slings, 17 Ts. Thrives wimimmmmm rGas wmmmmmmm High-grade performance on low-grade gas. Quick starting-even in cold 'weather. Lees carbon. "Raw Gasoline" troubles avoided. Better lubrication.-Smoother running. More miles to the gallon. i T'HESE are the achievements of to-day's Chalmers. \ This you are asked to investigate and prove. The great Chalmers engine solves the annoying low-grade gas problem. Overcomes the trouble by fully utilizing the gas. Gains mileage by turning the gasoline completely into vapor. Avoids "raw gasoline" trouble by carrying the vapor hot to the cylinders. Anyone can see how this is accomplished. Two Chalmers features-new and essential in a time when gasoline is poor-brought about the gain in efficiency. The first is a "Hot-spot." Tlie gas strikes this "hot-spot." Vaporization is completed. The gas becomeD a high-power vapor. It is carried hot to the cylinders through the "ramshorn" manifold. This manifold is smooth inside, no sharp bends, no corners. There are no traps to cool and condense the vapor. So "raw gasoline" cannot form. None can be carried to the cylinders. Thus, the chief cause of trouble from "raw gasolin^" is avoided. The prpof of these features is.in the car itself. Anyone can teat them. To-day's Chalmers tells its own story of performance.., Arrange for a demonstration. Drive the Chalmers. Get in behind the v.i.oel and sec what the great Chalmers engine will do-even with lo?.-grade gas. Anytime. Chalmers S- " Roadjltr . . f/.990.00 Stdan , . . fl.Olo.OO Cabriolit . . } 1,911.00 Limouiim .$2JS5.00 ToanCar . . . .f4,235.00 . }2,375.00 LimoujiHf Landaulit f-IJIJ.OO . $4,235.no Tou/n Car Landaulcl }4,3I5.00 5 M.T., 2 pnou. Jackets, S pr. socks, I) pyJ. Hethel Ladies' Aid. Milk Hivor-4 pyj., I! towels, I2 flan, binders. 21 handkorchlofa, 4 aurg. stockings, 12 T's, 1; -M.T. New Dayton-C shirt.';, S pyj., 12 pillow slips, 12 towels. 11 flan, bin-dors, 12 caps, 24 handkerchiefs, s-J T's. Pakowkl-2 shirts, 1 pyJ. coat, I pillow slips. 2 towels. U flan, hinders, 6 khaki slings, 12 handkerchiefs. 12 T's. 5 pr. socks. Spring Couleo-7 sliirt.^, 2 pyj., 4 binders, 3 caps, 2 surg, stockings, 12 Ts, IS .M.T., 11 pr. socks. St. Kilda-1 shirt, 5 pyj., 2 o*or. gowuJ, 2 aprons, 2 sheets, 12 pillow slips, 4 tlan, biudtrs, 3 caps, 20 handkerchiefs, 4 surgical stockings, 2 amp. slings, C wringers, 8 T's, 2 putu. Jackets. ' Warner-4 shirts, 7 pyj., 3 oper. gowns, 2 aprons, IS than, binders, 3 khaki slings, 20 handkerchiefs, 6 surg. stockings, 27 T's, t! JI.T. Wrenthara-3 shirts, 4 pyj., 4 opor. gowns, 12 t6v;el3, 12 pillow slips, 0 binders, 12 flan, binders, 24 handkerchiefs, 6 T's. Live Wire Class-G pillow slips, 6 sheets, 13 towels. Mrs. W. ,T. Armstrong, tl pillow slips; Mrs. Blackburne, C pyj., 2 pr. socks; Mrs. Batoman, 12 bed pan covers; Mrs t'leming. 4 pyj., 2 pr. socks; Mrs. Ferrier, 12 pillow slips; .Mrs. Hagarety, G amp. slings, 3 shirts; Mrs. Hanly, 4 pneu. jackets, 7 pillow slips, 7 slings; Mrs. Inman, G [Ian. binders,' 9 face cloths, 16 bed pan rovers, 19 prop, bags, r> amp. slings, 4 pn?u jackets, 1^ pyj; Mrs. Kerr, 9 wringers, G T's, 6 ninp. slings; Mrs. Murdock, amp. slings. 6 T's, 1 pr. socks; Mrs. Mahon. 24 towels; 12 pillow slips, 12 sheets. 12 handkerchiefs, 2 pr. socks: .Mrs. Matthews, 6 prop, bags, 2 amp. slings; Mrs. B. McGregor, 30 pillow slips. C shoots; M^-3. D. McKenzie. 7 aprons, 2 amp. sling.s; .Mrs. Pryor, >i toivols, C prop.' bags; Mrs. Reid. ('> caps. G face cloths; .Mrs. Rivers, 1 apron. 26 handkerchiefs, S .M.T.: Mrs. Hichard-son, 1 pneu. Jacket, 1 pyj.. 2 oper. gowns; Mrs. Raley, G i:ian. binders. 2 amp. slings, 4 v,ringers; -Mrs. Shirley, 5 sheets, G pillow olips; Mrs. E. B. Sloan, 3 towels, 4 bed pan covers; .Mrs. Spauldim;. I apron, 5 oper. gowns; .Mrs. 11. Scott. 2 shirts, 11'face clotlis; Mrs. Shearer, 1 amp. sling, 12 T's; Mrs. Watson, 2 opar. gowns, 1 pyj.. 2 pr. socks; Mrs. A. Wood. ' 3 wringers, C prop, bags, 2 pr. socks; Mrs. Anderson, 3 sliirts, 4 caps. 2 pr. socks; Mrs. Atwood, 12 bed pan covers, 3 sheets, 1 oper. gov.-n, 7 binrteis; Ahs. Aiken, G towels, 4 sheet.s, 2 stockings, G bed pan covers; Mrs. Aldea.S bed pan covers. 2 sheets; Mrs. Arnold, 6 binders, 4 oper. gowns; Mrs. Bennett, 4 caps, 2 sheets, 3 binders; Mrs. Buss, 2 sheets,; 2 T's; .Mra. Howker, 3 amp. slings. 1 , oper gown; Mrs.Brlmble, 2 amp. slings' 2 caps, 3 stockings; Mrs. Coultry, 2i M.T., 2 stockings. 2 caps; Mrs. Cor-1 niili, fi towels. 2 sheets, 5 prop, bags; 1 -Mrs Close, 1 shirt, ?, slings; Mrs.' Cole, 4 siieets, 3 prop, bags; Jlrs. Cl.iyton, :'. T'.s, 3 slings, 2 sheets, 3 binders, 3 prop, bugs; Mrs. DowUng, G bed pan covers, 3 prop., bags; Mrs. Emerson, 7 slings; Misses Emerson and Calkins, 4 slings, 2 oper g;owns, 2 caps; .Mrs. Fowler, 4 slings, 2 cper. gowns, 2 caps: Mrs. Field, 4 M.T.; Mrs Folton, 1 pneu. jacket, 2 binders, 1 -M.T.; Mrs. Crowe, 5 caps; Mrs. Glanville, 2 stockings, 2 opsr. gowns, 4 cTps, 3 binders; Mrs. Giles, 12 towels, 2 stockings, 7 binders, 2 caps; Mrs. Oauron, 2 oper. gowns, 4 caps; Mrs. Mawkins,-1 shirt, 2 quilt tops; .Mrs Hayward, 1 ap'ron, 4 caps; Mrs. Hamilton, 2 caps, 1 prop, bag, 1 T.;.Mrs. Hyde, 2 caps, 3 prop, bags, 3 hinders; .Mrs. Mov,-arth, 4 binders, 2 T's, G face cloths; Mrs. Hudson, 3 binders, 3 Ts. G face cioths, 3 prop, bags; Jlrs. llumplirey, 12 towels, 0 face clpths: Mrs. Ilurleman, 2 caps, 2 binders, .'i oper, gowns; Mrs. Hickoy 6. flan, binders. G prop, bags, 2 M. T.; Mrs. llcdennrum, 4 Ts; M:3. ICeinsiey,, 1 apron, 3 shirts 1 pyJ.; Vn. Kroga:ikl, 2 sheets, 1 cap; .Mrs. Larson, 12 pilbw slips; Mrs. Lillie-bridge, G prop, bags, 2 stockings, .3 bindeis; Mrs. Llovd, 2 caps, 1 gown, 2 -M.T., 3 binders; Mrs. Lucha, 2 caps, 3 prop, bags, 3 hinders; .Mrs. Leo, G towels, fi pillow slips, 3 prop, bagu; � Mra. Lothian, C pillow slips, 6 T's; -Mrs. .Moore, 4 T's, 3 slings, 1 pr. socks; .Mrs. .McKinn'on, 7 slings, 2 Htccking.i, 3 M.T., 3 binders, 1 pr. socks; Mrs. .Mcllvena, 3 binders, 6 amp. slings, 2 opor. gowns; .Mr.s. McNulty, 3 amp. slings,'' 6 piUov/ slips, 3 binders, 2 M.T., 2 Blockings; .Mrs. -Murray, 2 binders; Mrs. .Mullen, G pillow slips, 6 fian binders, fi tov/ols; ..irs. .Myers, 3 prop, bags, 3 slings, � towels, C binders; .Mrs. Mockiurd, 1 :-itocking, 3 slings, 2 .M. T., 3 binders; .Mra. ' McPheat, 2 stockings, 3 slings, 3 M.T., 3 binders; ."Vlrs. Pear:4on, 5 shirts,- 1 oper. guwn, 1 pyj.; Mrs. Payne, 1 shirt, r airon, 2 .M.T., 2 binders; -Mri-i. Peake, G slings; .Mrs. Prittard, 1 cap, 2 I.I.T., G Lov.ols, 3 bindor.s; .Mrs. Hanisay, jO prop, bags, 7 tov/ols; .Mra. Ryan, 12 pillow slips, 12 towels; 2 i2'aproiiH, 2 M. T,; .Mrs. tinaworljj, 3 T's; 2 bludcra; Wednesday Morning BARGAINS AT SIMPSON'S Reorganization Sale A list of real snaps for those who come out early-every item is of special value and goods you require right now. . 46 inch Wool Gaberdines. Colors: Russian gtreen, brown, navy. A big snap at................$1.78 36 inch Silk and Wool Crepe de Chine for dresses and blouses in a good range of colors: Flesh, copen, sand, green, navy..........,. ... 73c 36 inch Shot Taffeta Silks. Colors: light green, rose, blue and gold. Per yard................... $1.69 Pure Linen Tabling, extra weight. Buy now for the future. Per yard $1.00 8-4 Pure Bleached Heavy Sheeting. Less than present mill price. .. 58c EXTRA SPECIAL For Wednesday morning only. Three Dozen Muslin Corset Covers each for 15c EXTRA SPECIAL Wednesday Morning ALL-OVER PRINT APRONS Wushln.g colors, good patterns. Worth $1.00, for each ............ 58c LITTLE GIRL'S CLOTH COATS for spring and summer wear. Black and white checks. Lined throughout. Neatly trimmed, sizes 2 to 6 years. Clearuig out at each......$2.50 SWEATER COATS. Girls' and boys' wool sweaters. Splendid quality in green, navy, grey and dark cardinal. Sizes 3 to 10 years. Wednesday morning at each, only.....$1.00 34 in. Stnpe FLANNELETTES selling at .,................... 19c HEAVY HUCK TOWELS. Less than mill price. Each...........20c Not more than 12 yards to a customer. All other lines of Dry Goods not adverti&sd selling at a discount of 10 per cent. Suits, Coats resses 15 Off impson Co.^ Ltd. Mrs. Williams, 3 caps, 2 oper. gov.-ns, 2 towels; Mrs. Walton, 4 aliirts, 2 pr. sgcks; Mrs. Whittoii, 2 stockings, G towels; .Mrs. Webb, 1 M.T., 3G hand-kerciilefs. 12 pr. socks; Mrs. V�'hite, 3 T's; Mrs. Waterhouse, G towels, 3 binders, 2 caps, 1 oper. gown, 1 Slocking; 'Mrs. Ward, 1 apron. G lowles, 4 caps. 1 M.T., 3 bitidcrs; .Miss Wiiitton, G T's. TliG:is making pyjainss are as follows-Mesdames .McKlnnoh 1, Patterson 2, Rusk 3, SoJil 2, H. Taylor G, Dalrympls 4, Falrbairn 1, Ooode 2, Dawson 4, Hall 5, Harrison 3, ijteak-i Icy G. Shirts-Mosdamos Paterson 1, Harrison 3, Lonias 4,'.N'evo :!, Stai.^ko 2, G. Taylor 2, Bissett reiiiodolled lU. Man. liinder.s-Jlesdainos .Mathers 0, bhovcr 2. Beaumont G, Delay G, Al-cock 3. C'arnlll 3, Denton G. ' Handkorchiets-.Mesdames Sinclair 21, Cuming 6.S, Thottn 12, Wolwork m-i?. Ca.sey 12, Nurse Bounell IX. Amp. Slin.'is-Mesdames Vanhorn 2, Hendry 2, Hammond 3, Long 4, Miss A, .(ones 3. Towels-^ M':8i.?.\n-.e3 Wcoler 14, drier G, Wllham G. Oper. Gowns-Mesdames Codd  1, Bourns 1, .lamie.^ou 1. Other socks received arc the fol-I lowing ptdra-Art Noodlowork ClfiKs -Mosdames Francis 2, Hay 1, Hoid-ton 7, Roy 4, Graham 2, Livingston 2, Hi-nderson 3, ,/onos 1, Simpson 1, Young 1, Ross 1, Williamson 3, total 2!i, Mesdames Ball 2, .1. .\1. Cook 2, Cope 1, Caacadden 2, Cunnlngliain 2, (Jumpnil 2, Dosse 2, Dickson 2, Downing ,2, S. ,1. Davis 1, Davis 1, ICv/art 1, Kmerson 2, Furrow 1, Gwatklu 3, Gurr 2, llalbertoii G, Mayru 2, llago 3, Henry 2, Johnston 4, VV. G. Kennoy 1, \i. h. Kenney 1, Llowollyn 3, Lutf.n 2, IMcNabb 3, .McClure 3, '.Mooch 3, M(!T)owell 1, Mallen 2, Macliotli 4, .Miller 2, Mount 2, .Vlain W. ,(, Nol-Hon 4, Nalamlth 2, Palcliing 2, Porter 1, Pdart 1, Sandbach !), A. ii. Smith 2, W. S. Scott 1, Walkini) 1, Watson 3, MisHes Carr !5, Dunk 2, II. Hardy 2, McLean 2, 10. Young 1, Mra.. llarvlo. Iron Springs, 0, Mra. .MacDuff, Knap-pen 7%, .Miss Morgan, Picture School, II), Mra. RoHc, Turin, 4, White School District S, Sir Alexander Gait Chapter l.O.D.iO. donated 24 puir.v, Mra. Win. UarnoH, Hyssop School District, 3 pr, Mrs, Chas. .McKay 4 and altei'- ing. Several pairs of socks were received again this month witli no name attached. Tw.) ouilts were completed in the rooms. Mrs. Hancock made 1 quilt cover and .Mrs. Kirk 2. Buttonhole.-) were made by jnacliine on the following number of garmonls during February and March: 344 pyj. coats, 242 slilrt.s, 103 apron;!, by .Mra. Lackenbiuier, JTso pyj. coats, 1)3 Hirirts, 17 ;ipron;i by Mrs. Noivlngor. Tho Hoy Scots, in charge of "vlrs. W. P. Hoy, have luien very faithful in their work of sorting aiul cutting the clIpplng:H, preparing thum for pieces lor (|uila and strijjs for rugs. Tlio boya distributing bags and parcels v/orkcd tho foliowing number of Saturdays- Douglas Roblson, ,lames Mosaey, William llay, i;d. Skinner, 'i'om Parks, Art Jones, Kwarl Hodglus, .laiiLrs Korgln, Harry I'^ord, each reported live Saturdays. Ralph llobin-son, Donald .MciNabb, ,loo Chaplon, Hobcrt U.Trklcy, .loo .Myers, Stewart Fowler, Fred Brett, John Fazard, Art (,'amcron, 4; Allan .McKay, Steve George, 3; Juir.oi.s iJoilgall, Marry Sinclair, .lohn llarri.i, Dick Coultry, John .McKabb, lleruard \'CnlbbH, Lester Hedenstrom, 2, and ,lohn Harris; Cecil Jlolt, Jack Randln, Sidney Jenka, Hugh Mahou, Wondnll .McRuo, James Cotfey, Newtoji UuIubh, t;han-ey DavhUon, 1. A total of Sl(lli,"iO war, rscolvod in tho rooimi during the month as follows-For active moudiora, .f l.Oi), aa-aociato mcmberH, ,$4.00, Red Cross j)ina, $13.r>0; . ayatemallc giving iJG.OO; donations, $175.01); sale of (luilts and mattress padii, $0.70; sale of clIppingH, ,11.2.';. MRS. W. F. HICKS, . i Supt. of Itooma. U.S.SIEMRIN Successfully Beaten Off anc Probably Sunk by Gunfire of Steamer : > : : �> .;. Washingloii, i\Iay 7.-A fight between tho American stoainor Tidowal-or and a Gorman aubniarino on Mari'h 17, In which the snbinarlnowas defeated and perhaps sunk was reported today by the navy dei)artment. The dopurlment'a announcement auld: "The commander of the armed guiird on the Steamahlp Tidewater reports to the navy department on Alarch 17, about 11.30 p.m. u submarine was sighted otC tho alarboard bow, heading toward the vessel, about l.'iO yards. As the alrtp turned, it uilanud the aub-mariuo by not more than twenty fool. The U boat was then submerging. Tho ship's guna wore brought to boar and the first ahot hit aomo diatanco ahead of bar wake. "He pointed and fired a second shot and had what members of the, crinv called a clean hit and was aatisfiud tliiil It wjiM effoinive. Tho third shot was fired by tho boatawaiu'B mate IM charge of tlio after gun's crow, Uat^ Ing her spotted and firing in tho po�| tlon Hho last aubinerged in. We ro. HunK'd our course, unil commoncod zlg-ziig/jlng, standing by for an attack, but tho submarine did not appear again. ^Vo made preparations for an aduck .at dayhroak, bitt there were no tdgns of a aubmnrlno,"| GENERAL CATHOLIC CHAPl-AIN Quohoc, May 7.-Thoro Is a rumor current liuro 'to the oft'oit that Bishop Mathlou 'of Reglnu, Saak., would bo tho Roman Catholic prolate delegated by Cardinal Begin to bo Koiioral <.'hap-luln of tho Roman Oathollc troops at tho front. No confirmation of Ihls noM/a is avaliablo. 466004500795878469080616?637375436?34384018846 ;