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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Dressing Wounded PhotogTaph taken on the Western Front in France. A scene at* an advanced dressing station-during the battle. -Photo by Courtesy of G. i�. it. i A Jas* ft Smbu &5 - r ^ - 3ft ***** shy ^ -�� ^- n � � J . l l nWPV --v -- -> ^ - ^^^t^ ^^^^^^^^^^^ H J\ ll 1 x r �_ ^1 ' K - - .; .- ;;i/v,>.,":--.4-.;.^:; ,.''.0-.- .'x I - 7 - 4 \ ^M1^ -'/-ill - * -*. -I - h "VIS y^ri F>1 � l 1 - _ k. H i-i � - + Ammunition stacked on the British Western Front ready to be sent tip the line by motor lor-ry. * -photo by Courtesy of G. P. E. British Official Photo From Italy. A scene on the roadside. \ -Photo by Courtesy of C. P. i?. Jack^the mascot, stops playing to watch the de4 partnre of a lorry and wonders why he is not there, as he always takes his trip to the front every night. -Photo by Courtesy of C\ P. It. On the British Western Front.-Cold wor the* snow filling ca*ns at a water point. -Photo by Courtesy of 6. P.. IC. Guarding his master's kit. -Photo by courteiy of O. P. ff. MOT A TOTEM ITIS figure la neither a totem* pole nor a.Know figure." It ts the body of a groat mountain goat shaggy in his liard-weatlier clothing. On the higher slopes of the mountain, �the lower approach ol' which Is seen in the background, and rustled in tho this sont rnngpd fall of 191C. On peered down over tho spied the ribhon oC the Vor- his right, as he cliffs, ho often trail which passed through milion Pass, on its way to Columbia Valley 'national park at * But one day the link the Canadian Alberta, the blinding Xqvw$ u very popular1 with the Italians, and is here seen drawing water for the girb. with Can IT, when .blizzard of these peaks whirled and roared around the Immovable cliffs of the goat's range he drifted down 'into tho edge of the spruce forest. Itj was more pleasant there. A gua cracked, and he k!W)\v no more. Down �through tho timber the ski-wearing hunter skidded his catch by the horns, fhu passage drawing the limbs back as shown in the picture, and tho "weather freezing it rigid. At tho camp, ill a desire to get u proper perspective of the jnggest goat of. the sea-"son the hunger stood tho body in tho snow, cloh*c beside the trail, and tberu ir. remained until more meat was \vantcd. Fnv wceks its frozen eyes stared fixedly at the peaks \vher� onco it roamed, and where even then its mato were browsing and rustling, doubtleiis having already forgotten him. Fov in tho hunting country it is alwaya the survival of i,the fittest, Etnd no oi.o worries about 'the other. -U V. K, Photo liy Courtesy ol V. P. n ;