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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Americans Play Important Part In iHP1 i Great War Sf f t Amwlcan from Commtttw O American Official from Committee on Public I y fitfiTfOgm P from Vn Public 1 Scene at an American first aid dressing station behind the battle lines in 4he 2 Fourteen inch railway gun manned by American coast artillerymen sends its projectile screaming northward and bursts twenty miles away making 3 Douglas Me Arthur and Staff talking it over while waiting for the patrols 4 A truck carrying the ornamental fence donated by the French Government for the gravt of Quentin leaving Chateau Thierry tar the 5 A1 procession of Yankee tanks going forward to action in the Forests of 6 Picture of a Yankee kitchen taken in the captured salient of breakfast sirloin steak and French fried coffee and 7 Stone dugout entrance built by the Germans in 1914 on the side of After the ture the Americans found that an underground passage led from herd to an observation point on the of the 8 A group of Illinois soldiers in a supply base in Franca listening to a message from the Governor of ROBIN CARLYLE Private Robin Carlyle Kings Liverpool killed in action at on the 1st 26 Morland joined the Company on the 15th and served with them until inauguration of the Kings Liverpool on the 8th and was afterwards drafted He was three times mentioned in being subsev quently awarded the Military Medal for such His Platoon Officer writing about his death says he was very popular with all proving himself a thorough Boldier ana dying as he had lived a true Second who died on August joined the Passenger Canadian Pacific Railway in listed in In the London Irish received his commission in in the 3rd County of London and had seen much service and fighting at the Early in the morning of 22 he was shot through the lungs whilst lead ing his men but continued to cany on until he was satisfied that everything was going He then started to walk back to the dressing station but later had to be picked up by stretcher bearers and died a few hours His chaplain He was one of the bravest men I have ever VV Vw I Wy i M i J I f it t c tw official from U Publjc Amcrictn Irom en public Afntrican Official Public WlA ;