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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta In The Great War x (1) at an first aid drasinf slalion bA-iKl tta bittle lines in tho Argonne. (2) Fourtsen inch viilway gun manned by Amtriean artillerymen sends iU projectilei screaming northward and bwsti 'twenty miles iway making nits. (3) Brie-Gen Douglas McArthur and Staff talking it over whale waiting for the patrols (4) A truck carrying the ornamental fence donated by the French Government for the graTi of Lt. Quenlin Roosevelt, leaving Ohattan Thierry the grave, France. (5) of Yankee tanks going forward to action in the Forests of (6) Picture of a Yankee kitchen taken in the captured salient of St. or oreakf ast sirlom steak and onions, Frecch fried potatoes, coffee and bread. Stone dagout entrance built by the Qenaans m 1914 on the Bide of Montsec. After the cap. tnre the Americans found thai an underground passage led from to an observation point oa the cresi, of (8 )A group of niinois soldiers in a supply bsse in Francs listening to a message; from the Governor of Illinois. MORLAND. Private 'CBrlylc Morlaiid, King's Liverpool lieginient, killed in action at Uendecourt, France, on Uie 1st September, 191S, 26 'years. Mr. joined the C. P. K. Company on the 15th April, 1907, .and served with thcra until inauguration of the King's Liverpool Regiment, on the Sth Februari', nnd was afterwards drafted overseas, IIo' ;thrce limes mentioned in despatches, bcirife subse-, quently awarded the -Military Medal for such gallantry. Officer writing about Ms death says "he was very popular ivith nil rants, proving himself o thorongli soldier and dying es he had lived a true hero." LT. .7. S. FLANAGAN1. SeconcV-Lt. J. S. Fjlanagan, who died .'on August 22nd, joined the Passenger Dept. Canadian Pacific Railway in 1912. listed in ;Dec.T the London Irish Rifles, received in }915, in the 3rd Connty London Regt., and had seen much service and fighting at the Front. Early in the morning of Aug. 22 he vf as shot through Ihe lungs whilst lead- ing his men but continued to carry on until he was satisfied that everything was going well. He then started to walk back to the dressing station but later had (o -be pjclted up by stretcher bearers and died a Few hours later. His chaplain writes, "lie was one of His bravest men I hare ever '.t. I Imricu froa .0. yuhlfc Iclnmrtan: ;