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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta f sen The Germans A rve �F 1 ^ On the Cambrai Front. Some of the inhabitants being rescued in ambulances. -Photo by Courtesy of C. V, If. German �Pack horses, cavalry and motor machine guns in reserve. -Photo by Courtesy of C, P. R, IE At �I ^ km: r is* S3 V* pHV - ***** '1 �.#'.�''1 rM'/> r - t ft, i> ^3 I. J. as /3 L1 ' If 1.^ ! 4/ �3S * 4 7? c-: � V j !8 4 7 '* . V' ...... V. i>1 V- J. �V ' A1!' '-Vs �k A h 4% - III l � t ri I h r r - n p.* 4- -y Covrtesy of G. P. R Li - * P--H Hynting Bears in British Columbia loYS I but With mer On the British Western Front-Cavalry waiting for the order to go forward. p/iofo Courtesy of C. P. It. * L J 1 T r > � Li V, �t _H>^* - 4 r + m * m _ r r � � j& aft SI1 * pi i? i p >>-J THERE is perhaps no better bear country than the mountain slopes mid vul- o� the nionntahis of W;^l- ern Canada. Black, grizzly and oiuua-mou bear come out on the slides in the spring' and work down toward the lower valleys' as the season advances. Som� distrioUs arc better than others, there are .bears everywhere, tlie (iomiii^ ol early snm-tin? black and c'nimunon bears venture Jar down into the foothill countries, following the courses of the streams, and fishing as they go. But the gnzxly bears stay in their own rugged native habitat. The black hear in the aecom- f panyin& photographs was killed in the edge of the timber on a mountain slope up on the headwaters oi: the Columbia River. He died at the hands oi' man just as lie was ripping up the log on which he fell in search ot succulent grubs for dinner. The body of (he grizzly, lying outs I retched, is that of a three-year-old who ranged the mountains beside the Yukon telegraph trail Both animals �Y 5^; 9- i �it i ^1 ^1 it* � - JD ' m ft" 3* ^3 were tarv Lr". LIT. v'L" ' % � * l 8s it' - h n - 1e Front--Goi: killed in British Columbia in country tribu-to the Canadian "Pacilie Railway Iraiiseonti-nenfal line. The grizzly died as he was eharging up the hill to reach the man who had wounded him. Both bears are prime spring hides, as can he seen even in the photographs. Hie thiek lustrous fuv standing thiek and warm after a hard winter. L. V. K. . 1 1/ 4b ;