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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1918 / � / lilR LETIIBRIDGE DAILY KERALD P\GE SEVEN FIRST AERIAL )ntllNov| 2JBA-?tfe lit-( KIJZAn)3TI-T, N. J., Nov. ,29.-Tlio , , Wpi b''otf|i't loose first aerial ljuiiquct in hiHtbry wan again teriJHaMntonfWhlcalwaft.lockoJ staged on. an alrjplane 800 feot above 111) for tliroe weeks, with a tlirco the, new flying Held of the United weeks' Inlerraisalon, -vvill be closed States air mail Hot-vlco here y,Sti6r-ugniii at fi o'cJocJt tonight. Depart^ day, niarWng the inauguration' of luont stores will bij allowed to remain 'tlib field as the terminus of the aerial open until 4 p.m. and again from 7 service between New York, Philadel-to 0 o'clock at night. ' Thoati-eS, chur- phla and Waahlnijton. : ? ? MARSH/X't FOCH MAN OF ? .; GREAT DEVOUTNESS ? ? . � ? > > ? ? ? (By Rifleman Patrick MacGill, ? t� Author of "The Great Push, Etc. ? ? ? ^ ? : ? yaB,.ono of those who went down across the fields to take up tho rations. On our way out wo came acro.ss .Pierre lying dead on tile field, his bundle of papers under his arms and a bullet through his head. It broke my heart to soe him lying there and when Ihu boys came to know of it, there wasn't a dry eye in tho trenches that night." Galley coughed and swallowed something. Spudhole drew t;h() back of his hand acrcss his eyes and looked up at the I'oof as if ho had suddenly become interested in the blackened ceiling. Something glisteiiod in Bowdy's eye as he glanced at Rifleman Gahey. "Franco Jias paid for tho war in blood and tears," said tlio Irishman. "Paid up to the hilt. And with such an enemy overrunnin' the countr^^ it is nothin' more than the world can expect. TIic Jorry are up to anything, and tho dirtier it is the better they like it. : Take the ca.sc iv tho village that we captured from them the other day, and I'll tell ye sometliiJig .about it. .I would have told yo iv it afore, but tho life up there it; bad enough without adding to liic horror iv it. 'Twas an action that I saw meself when none iv yo two were near me. And it show.s ye the kind iv beasts that we iiavc to banish off the face iv the earth afore our job iv war is at an endr " 'Twas when tho village was in our hand.s and we were nosin' round to see what was left be the jerrs," Gahey continued. "I went into the church, or al! that was left iv it, at the top iv the main street, because I heard a cat yellin' milia murthei' as if somebody or another was stlckin' pins into the back iv the poor animal. I went in b