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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE Lgr-HBP.inC.H DAIL^ HERALD. PAGE THflVrEEN' HAUFAX, Nov. 28. �wag given k mmtng �te,ai)i�n) jiH>itpn> on troih England'today, tinda who'tbrsDf sd the . v&tnliylot tuk Sandiof Anion|( those pr^settt^jto I'otftc; weicoutA the returniag^V^iej^ans -vrer* Ills hotadf, the' Ilenteninrt-giiTeTnor ol HovBL Scotia, Hon.' Iltc^iUum Oraht, Admiral Storey, obn^initudlng on i:hi� ttatlon; and Oen, 'Lessard, officer catnmandlne the mlUtlLry. district. Iik-eluded in. the Mt of (itvillan paaaen-gers, Avhich nnihbered 87, iB a, party of RusslAn doctors, nursea and ordilr-]iea who are on tbelr way to Siberia. They are all women. Westerners On Board Western officers, by military districts, on board are: District No. JO: Nursing Sister M. A. Andrew's. M^jor D, A. Gait, K. E. Men-ey, Capt; B.. G- Rogers, JS. B, Rico, K. R. ,,c;,.W'hiico3(; Liettt.'C;,9bairman, much to the .regret of tjie ^enihers of; the boiard. ? S. N. Berry, vice-president of thb ,i tprdpr of Railway >. Condttctors, > wfts 'prelected/ tp th^ phalrmanahlp, Mr.; Geo, Vi!H^d(g?;.�Mi8ta�t to,the vice-puesldent � i^f the 6a^toi-niline8,Cfti�idi�fi.Pacific , .railway, belhg' eloctpd; ^fce-ohainnan. , The graveyard at La BoiswUe, oii,;:tha.iA.lbcrt-Bapaume roaX'sbows tl)ef,gravcs ami simple wooden crosses in memory, of three brave officers of the famous 87th Battalion, Canadian Grenadier Guards, all killed tli� same da>v . > A Canadian Brigadier Go-iieral in' a tank starting on a.reconnaissance. w �:h,i|� ,r�sortl -thattfte resig-> ( h�tloV�r6r't>r.-'SWf, the "German "  foyeljin mlnlrter; afidvMjthlM Ers- .b4rger,^i'�f)ottaj?, i^e)nber ,..of 'th�.. '�) csiblitst, Mr$ �g>4c|ted j iifjter the N'*�vere attacks main.-aerlln;( It" V:- �ige,i;(fri^::d9th6 moat generous; ot-^y eaop�lo�. > , vHas: thV-Kalsha ithougiit ot' firll^ ia the Uijlted.S.f4tpa?: It was-JUnthemiiid Helena-With hls-'renowned-'captive a' LONDON, Nov. 21.-A British cav-futile attempt was niaide-tp'^erve '� a ali'yniau, Willia'm Fowler, was hidden �bnhpoena from the Qour^ of King's Jour years in Le Gateau-by a French Bench in a trumped-up suit for libel, villager and his wife. In'which tli�^-�?-EnipeEor^ was- wanted Fowlei- was cut-: ofe .^vhen Smith-aft, a VltnesBi'V.Nftpoledh'flifrl^inds had Dorrien's armyJlhade its great stand a high opinion pfi the convenient pro- at L,e Chateau on August 20, 1914. He ceases of, Slnglish 4aw ' If William vi^as given np as lost, wprp tp bfe hrought b^ore.tlie accus- On October 9j 191S, when theBrit-Ing Coroner, th'e'defenrfanrwoiild have is'^ entered Le:- Cateau again they no twnblfe ~tn -ilpetalTilng - an adi'oit ;'�o'Jnd-'?owIer still ;alive. �King's Cdiiiisel- ' I ^ British ofUcer- furnishes ' this t^Jn '^l! ..^^.^Mla hvTifp Pnt � , Of Starvation  in a wood called been docla.ed. an outli|w^by the Con- g^,^. Cntigny, near the village of of Napoleon Wter*hii� downfall. He "iSiees of Vionn^^,mnt,t have learned ^^^^ ph^nned a voyage jto America, and that upon his sun ender Eng and had lquIs Barauiu; the Frenchman, sought a pernjlt from the British Gov- docidod to Ueat him ap ^ inisoner of" ^j^^ j^^,^^ Uimv.took him home. Bar-.ernmeht To the Bollerophon, .i?ru>8. .Uie Alhed Poiv^is, auMhat tnis^^d^^^^^ bonse .consisted of only / IPS betw.e^A tfce islands pt Olfron and tention was approved in a cwvention ^^^^ ^.^^^^ ^ f',fne*'^w,,Aug;,2:at. Pfiris the^ , ^ ^ .,. ^.j,, iafed^Powerfe engagm^, .to.,^appcllnt j^j, , eommi3sioher8;to!wit7jp8,thel>cusi.ody, ' . , ; ,^ , , ^^'J^^'^t^g^- t�he "S'i as'^lepmg qnanirs"foTfifteen And for this> reason for 5hores,of'England; ladeifrp^^ ,,^,ths Fowler was concealed in iGpM Wherever you see Gold Soap resting on a grocer's shelf near other laundry, soap you will notice that Gold Soap cakes are larger. Five cakes of the Gold are as large as six of the other, ,QoId Soajp ris unsurpassed in quality, tuiequaled in quantity at the price. Hence you ^ave i^ney when you say "Gold Soap" to your �groceri eror are pavallel in cut off^wlih Fowler was later found, some respects, in others, not. .If Wil- taken out and ordered to dig his own liam II haB.,n.pt'hpert a great soldier, grave, and shot. .But neither Bar. he has been the cause of, far more qujn nor his wife -were intimidated, bloodshed and misery, which lie could Finally the' woman was removed have prevented by refusing to exerciBG from Ihc vill-ago. 'She has pev^r his,,war powers. Both Napoleon and boon hoard of; si'ii'cG.BarQulU in dy. IWHliain planned to set up a -vftst em- jng of cmisuraptioii. plre, to domlnato tho world. Napoleon I But when Br'ffl^h soldiers tried to made ""^ar many times to realizo hlp thank him for, saving their comiwie ambition; William thought to-accom- he said: "Tfhere is � nothing to thank pllsh bis object in'one desolating con- >mB for. I was ibo ill to fight, and I nict. He failed Igftominiously and i wanted to do my duty." . ' meknly,-after falsely Jyrofessiiig him-' - ''~ - ! self a friend of phace for tweht/-flve OLDER^ MEN ARE I years. Military glory makes' ho halq . AhJXIOUS FOR WEST around the head'df William. � He-ws " not a hero tohisi own .army, for he . OTTAWA, Nov.^28.-A curioua fea^ shunned the perils of the B-attlelield. turc of the census.of overseas soldiers He has not been'distinguished, as 0, taken by the department of soldiers'' leglslator.nor as ap.educator. He has and civil re-estahlibhment to ascer-had no'conception of human-liberty, tain the number'.-willing to take up Hl8 mental qualWss,are c^miaopplaoe. farm work, is that the average age,of Posterity will Jregard hinj, a^'^more re-' soldiers wishing to settle In tho west-sponplhle Umn any ojlier huraa^i being ern provinces is higher'than the ayej--tor the s^crifloa of� mlUlons ..of lives age age of the m^j;^ wishing to settle In the, great war;,ns a. rules whomjgl^tjn the eastern provinces, yhe prov-have bean beneJlcent .and wise, hut ince having the ;highest average is .attempted to destroy the liberties of British Columbia, where nearly all.the mankind and to raise^on their ruins itu ' odious despotign, I'o forgive him vitit older men wish to.,go, jirobably became ol its atti-a'Ctive co'asi; climate. For Our Friday and Saturday Sale Offering merchandise in this sale at lower prices than manufactuiers are asking today. Many lines were bought and ih stock previous to the last two advances r-which means a saving of from 25 to 50 per cent, to you. 7.4 Bleached Sheeting Worth 65c, Sale Price 48c 40-in. Heavy Pillow Tubing. Worth aOc^Noyr.. 47c 104 Bleach' Sheetiiig Woiih $1.25, How .. 9Sc ' ������ � ' � " ','1 27-in. Grey Flannel Shirting. Special! per yard ..... . .; 39c! 26-in. Grey Flannel Shirting, Special, . per yard ..... i ... ... 36c 8-4 Pure Linen'Sh�etii|g> vrorib $2.50 ya^d, per yiird ..$L75 72-in. Pure Linen Tabling .. . .~....r- ........ .,,.,Tj,-,,....,...,,.,^,.^,.^..^ Pure Wool Engllh Serge, worth n^w $2.75, yard $1.75 ^^|.&Sh^ Pure Crash Towelling, per ' yaufd 30c r:^:^^i^tiCra Towelling, yard SQc Any Coat in the Store At A Rediiced Price $75.00 Cloth or Plush Coat$, fur trimmed for . . ... $63.00 $50.00 Cloth or Plush Coats, fur trimmed or plain for ... ... $40.00 $37.50 Chith or PU Coats, good styles for . . . .". ...... $29.90 $30;OO Velpur Cbth Coats, big range | of styles for ... ... $24.00^ $25.00 Tweed or Cloth Coats, variety | oifhades styles | $22.50, Plain Tweed Coats, oa sale now ' at......... .:. $18.50: Rock Bottom Clearing Prices on Fur Coats $150.00 Dark Canadian Rat Coats, gn.jrantccd, for ... ... $H.I.Oft $190.00 Finest Canadian Dark Rat Csatsfor . v...........$159.09 $190.00 Full Furred Dark Rat Coat, Cson,colisr and cuffs lor ... $165.00 $295.00 Best Hudson Seal Coat, wchlx Jijed for , . . . $260.00 $255.00 Splendid RMCogt'wit^'besl^ collar and cuffs for $225.00 CAMISOLE SPECIAIi . Very dainty styles, silk wifci pretty lace trimmings, .�JoV�f? ivory, pink and maize. BOUDOIR CAP SPECIAL Becoming styles in sjlk. laea nnd net with i-lbbon trimmings, colors' pink, blue, maize and-hello. Boxed Handkerchiefs for Christmas Gifts. The greatest range ot stvllsu good quality silk, scr.r-, ,aml poplin di-esses we have over shown,and at,pricea that are, certainly-attractive.; Serge Dresses $15.00 to $40.00 Taffeta Dresses $16.75 to $35.00 WOMEN'S KITCH^ $2.GO lines for.......;. ;..-$3.00 lines foi . ' X)!l|chu|: Satin Dresses y$^2.^0%p to $37;50 Silk Poplin Dresses $13.95 lip to $19.5.0 WATSON'S FAMOUS UJiDERWEAR of every kind for men, women and (;hil^�|, ^ Complete,range;of sues. V � A Big Asi^^nt of ladie�' $w�fit�rs Under Priced. 'Wlille Ptfjlftvera^ wo^th f ^ tikontfor-.....% Goat sweaters, worth |�:nn '?14.00 tor.......; ICivVU Coat Sw�^t�>r8. worth f| �B Hl,50 for :.......... 9�M9-r IS wm ;