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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta WlDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1920 THE LETHfiftlDGE DAILY KSRALD" PAGE NINE Polish Woman Soldier Went Ten Days Without Change Of Clothing Polish woman sol- dier who took part back the Boishevlkl from Warsaw, to. a Vollsh newspaper, says she went 10 days without taking off her clothes and that frequently the members of went 'five aud six days without bavlng opportunity to down their hair. During one keeping pace with the rev treating rod forces, the women oil' the go 14 hours, 13 ot which were without food or water. Tba letter says: "At 11.o'clock nl ;hlght ye were ordered to be In readi- ness. Our detachment, all ..women, at, .this time, had been ordered out for' ;patrol duly. Our'pack consists of a coat, rifle, ammunition .aud other ar-' 'tides, In all weighing CO' pounds. After four hours of marchlug and .vhea I Iclt that I couldn't go a step 'farther we received, oi-ilers to'return .to" our former post, several, miles .away. 1 scarcely remember how 1 our destination, I was 'Bo 'tired; 1 dropped- a pile of slriw J ,i "When ;I was awakened ?I was in- Uiat niy detachment had me, .tq take part In a eujrouml a force of hidden, Jn a of .'woods. After Bix_ miles of.good road; way, I encountered sauil inado .walking so' difficult that my feet pained mo at every step. 1 was cov- ered with hadnjt- had a -drink ot.water for hours. After .Valk- I coin- trades who were resting'under 'trees, in the shade from a.'hot sun; A peaB- ant'ljby. brought iv bucket ot plums, but privates only got at 'them, (ho; plums all went to the ofD-, 'cers, wero women, too. .And 'then the march started again, through forest. then, as .we adi-ancedi the "wbmeh'faint, anU I. heard, others crying 'mercy' and I thought I heard curses--whlch .uiuBt hive come from tbe men on our rtght. March has co'atlnued 1.1 For 13 hours we had neither food nor water. When we reached a series of trenches, we were proin Ised something hot to eat. But tho food never came, aud then the fight Inn began. Ob, how '1 longed for a for Bleeps away from the roar of bailie! But above every thing there was a feeling .of sallsfac feeling ot undrcarhed of bap .the suffering from hunger, from lacfe ot water aud the misery due. to cold at .night and. heat during the day, when I thought and was thrilled as wo foUEht that a woman, was a soldier of.. Poland.1' SHHP COMING HOME 'MONTREAL; Canadian Ranger of the Canadian .Government Merchant Marine yill arrive in 516n (real .tonight oriv hpr': annual trip from Mediterranean as Barce- lona and is commonly known as the on ac count of her consists ot cakes, spices, niits. 'Spanish wines. MANITOBA VETERANS ASK FOR ANOTHER PLEBISCITE Manitoba vettrant will ask Ihe government fpr second which" will put before th? people the 'of a bone-dry province or government control of liquor oy meant of H wus An- nounced today. The ballet used In the weent referendum u mllteiiilns, In a' general meeting of veteran? _ held iiere. Gustave Is Alive But Fortune Is ar Manhoba Checks ironing WINNIPEG, NOT putbreak of wh'skey running Across (he jnte? national border out of Manitoba has been checked .by customs sisted by Iho Royal Canadian Mijuinted Police, offid.ds said today The force has been Increased by the addition" o' o details and hab captured a nurn" her of automobiles llo.uor, Host of the nhiskoj funners ciptjir ed, according to" reporU, Ibeen armed, but no serious trouble hai re- sulted VICTIM'S'OFX WPQD ALCOHOL BALTIMORE. Nov. men are dead at Edge'wbod arsenal from drinking what ris: belieyed lo have been wood alcohol.. This is the sec ond outbreak of wood alcohol poison ing [it the arsenal In two months. The first outbreak In' September when nine men. died from this cause Majority' of workers In, spin ntrig.rallls aOPawtucket and Central Falls, n. I., .accepted' a 16 per cent cut in wages. bait Lake c ty, Utah, U.S. Nov 2, 1920. Lethbridge Herald, UjhpriiiEe Alia is nearly a year ago, to be Sth 1919, when I re- ceiveiVa letter.from Mr. Theo. Brand- at'stlrllng.'With a notice clipped from your contents you vvlll ,flnd; worded on the next page'. Sip'ee written to tho said Mr Fred iMartin, to the Chict of Po- lice st LelSbrldgo, to the Chief of Police Hock, Oregon, but ulthont any answer. Atfer i should do neit, Bpme me to write to the editor of (the pajier, who inserted Ilia consequently following Sir. Kdltor, ifA-o'u could or lettlnj Chief of Police here, that although ho has beon in. correspondence with wbu .homesteaded iu Al- berta ajwui 1503. hs has lost track ot him lately and wishes to flnd out where he IB at. present located In that he desirvs to make hlio in bis will the recipient of a small fortune, which the had got together in the cash and securltiei and some Mr. age real. estate In British Columbia. Martin" gays .he -is 53 years ot and' without any family connections and 'It .desirous of bequeatblng'all he B to an old friend. Prince Puts In Word For Soldiers J.ONDOK-. As- sociated The Pnnw: pf Wales paid a visit 'o the .Mnnslon House todav lo receive a welcome from the city of London on tils re- turn from his !Zealand tour. Australian and 'New The prince. !n reply ASKED FbR THIRD TIME TO ASSUME PREMIERSHIP BRUSSELS, King Albert yesterday received the presidents ot the senate, and. chamber of. deputies and the political party leaders in con- nection: with, tho. ministerial crisis caused by the resignation of the cabi- net of Premier De LacroU on Wed- nesday. yi Iratlnt that party 5 Jhjm know that 1 moved', ,1s generally believed that M. Do rota asked for the third lime ttf assume the premiership. fa WOMAH'.tRAVELLER ,'l ADMITTED TO 'if tit.' SYRIAN HAREM to ihe ad ijreas of welcome tendered him by lord mayor, addressed a stirring appeal to tho people of Great Britain "on hehalt of big old com- rades la tho field." The prince said: "Since armistice havo had special opportunities of feeing and talking to thousands of ex-soldiers In various parts bt tho empire. I cannot help telling you how Impressed I was by the energy with the dominions are .grap- pling with the problems of repatria- tion and settlement- I In contrasting the problems with ours Forties, the ,traveller-who has returned to RED FLAG WAS SUIW Nov the ted nnd freighted with ammunition" Turkish Nationalists In Trebizond was sunk in the Black sea off Datum by. a .French deslroyer at 10 o'clock We'd' jiesda) night, according to advicss received here .today. The Zenabs went down after a.Ire; mendous explosion on board. Twenty IV o mombers of the crow were taken prisoner. Jc Gufitaio .Wunbach. 1401 Afapaboe Ave. iSait Lako Citj, Utah, U.S. (Notice Clipped from the Herald) "Fortune Awaits Gustave Wurzbach" Gustavo -Wurzbach, it he is any- uhere. about will be glad .to know, that therejfa o small fortune awaiting him HE Boqn as lie makes his where- abouts known Fred Martin of Spanning Co., Black Rockj Oregon, he is sheep's 'eyes whole with his hands, and proffered; It :to-Hhe -Englishwoman. It was the EreatoBt tribute he could pay. At night she shared a bed composed chiefly of Vlyldly colored eiderdowns with the two' prettiest of the eight wiycsjof tho sheik. In addition 'th those experiences Jlrsj Forbes, crossed the Sahara unaccom- panietj Europeans and 'voyag- ed down thXSnez- Ctinal in an onion KEEPER OF THE ROYAL J SPITTOON HELD KING'S LIFE IN HIS HANDS r )rak with the English navigator Capt. Van- couver, ami, incidentally, also with Capt. Cook, has just been, acquired by the British Museum, It Is a relic ot the Hawaiian chief Kamehameha I., also called the Creat. He was temporary ot Capt. Cook, been born In 1737. Cook, it will Ibered, was murdered In Hawaii 'la 1779. When Vancouver vNtad. Hawaii in 1791 Kamebameha was aa ant local chief, aud he afterward be- came chief of the Islands. He died In JS19. Ills son was brought to Eng- lend by Lord Byron, captain ot tha Blonde, aud died here in 1824. The relic Is a wooden bowl studded with human from the Jaws of Kamehamena's ene-' mles and embedded in arid rim of the bowl. The vessel was usedi as the royal eplttoon. Ot the five kahu alii, Jn sale...... Coat. Sale MEN'S SMOKING JACKETS All our now fall'goods in this lot. A ismall: "deposit will hold one of these until Christmas for you. Regular S20.ilO. A Sale Keguiar o AA Regular Sale MEN'S NECK- WEAR All .our fall lines, good quality silksT and neat patterns. Regular Salo Regular Sale Regular Sale Regular Sale Regular Sale 95c UNLINED GAUNT- LET GLOVES Heavy sheepskin and muleskln. Regular sellers to the1 railroad men. Regu- lar JUS. Sale, pair MEN'S UTILITY 'COATS That heavy rubberized tweed that Is absolutely wat- erproof and also dressy and. comfortable for street wear. Reg. Coat. Sale........ Reg. Coat. Sale Reg. Coat. AA Sale........JliD.UU Reg. Coat, (too AA Reg. J33.00 Coal. Sale MEN'S ODD PANTS Neat stripes in tweeds and worsteds for dress wear. Uegnlar ?S.OO. Sale Regular Sale Regular' .Sale Regular ?1S.OO. MEN'S FUR MITTS Dogskin Gauntlet .Mills. Clood roomy cuff, with horse- hido facing. A great wear- er. nogular }8.00. Sain Ilogular WORK GLOVES AND MITTS Lined and .unlinerr -gloves and mitts, In sheepskin, horsehlao, muleskln.and pec- cary hog. Regular v Sale Regular Sale Reguiar Sale Regutav Sale Regular- .Sale PULLOVER SWEATERS good weigh! union final- ity sweater, wlih find with- out sleeves. Reg. to FUR COATS Theso are the best value procurable In real coals.for any kind of driving or gen- eral wear. Heavy quitted lining and deep shawl collar. Black dogskin and China beaver mialllics. Regular ?65.00. Regular A A Salo ..5JO.UU MEN'S -HOS1E Heavy wool and cashmere. Regular Sale black 1.20 85c 65c 60c 45c Regular Sale Regular gale Regular 85c Salo Regular 76c Solo Regular Sale, 3 pairs for PULLOVER SWEATERS FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR Heavy pullover sweaters, In all wool quality, good combination colors. Regular price :J9.C.O. t'J AC. Salo .v. MEN'S SHIRTS Penmnn's make, heavy wool fleece combinations, Ucg. Sale, siilt A good heavy print wllh collar attached, In good slripoa and good washers. Reg. Sale, JA WORK SHIRTS Heavy Brey; 'cotton mixed work shirt, will .wash and wenrr well, jThls. la n winner for tho prldei Regu- lar 43.60, each FLANNELETTE NIGHT SHIRTS EXTRA SPECIAL MEN'S FELT HATS Two ladles' coaisi; Sizes 31 anil 38. Regular Value at Sale, adi '..Colors greftli. .lirown' nnd jniised. .Good shapes. each Good weight. In stripes end plain white, Regulaf to Sale, each FIFTH STREET SOUTH. LETHBRIDGE .7 ;