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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f^Sri^ Pla)r lnt|ort^-P&i-t Lh The-G?55t (1) Scene at an American first aid dressiofir station behind the battle lines in-4h6 Arsonne. (2) Fourteen inch railway gun manned by American coast artilleiTmen sends its projectilei screaming northward and bursts twenty miles away making hits. (3) Brig.-Gen. Douglas McArthur and Staff talking it over while waiting for the patrols ' (4) A truck carrying the ornamental fence donated by the French Government for the gravi of Lt. Quentin Roosevelt, leaving Chateau Thierry f�r the grave, Prance. � (5) A' procession of Yankee tanks going forward to action in the Forests of Argonne. (6) Picture of a Yankee kitchen taken in the captured salient of St. Mihiel-for breakfast sirloia steak and onions, French fried pQtatoes, coffee and bread. (7) Stone dugout entrance built by the Qermans in 1914 on the side of Montsec. After the cap. ture the Americans found that an ninderground passage led from her� to an observation point on the cresi of thc^^eights. (8 )A group of Illinois soldiers in a supply base in Prance listening to a messagel from the Govembr of Illinois. Jill ---mm , c tiAniytomi*tloii. A-^' �' ^/'^i;