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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta fc British troops going to the battle area in banfes on a canal. '-Photo by Courtesy of t\ P. IS. Photo from Palestine.-Australian field ambulances. -Photo by Courtesy of C. P. 1? Fixing scaling ladders preliminary to a raid on western fron * -Photo b-y Cottrtew of C\ P. /?. A blind lady being rescued from a village which is being bombarded by British. -Photo ny courtesy of c. p. /*. Two of our big guns waiting to be moved forward. -Photo by Courtesy of 0.">IV Jfc British troops in Italy.-Troops on the march from the station. -Photo by Courtesy of C. P. /?, British planes about to start off on a patrol. r -Photo b by Courtesy of O. P. /?. ^ WINTER CARNIVAL IN BANFF k Cambrai Front,-A big German (.8 i .) captured by Highlanders. Ladies play the good old "roaring game" at Banff, in the Canadian Pa-cilic*Rockies, wlitre the second annual Whilev Carnival is now being h%Ad. it took Scotchmen to mtro ducc curling to Western Can � da, but tney have done it, and not only that they nave imbued all o.ther racea with the sarue detight in it. If the ehorts which the people of Banff arc making como' to sucesBfu1 fruition, thar famous little town will one day become a cotcbrated resort lor win eports. Situated as it is in the Heart of the m19st scenic tcoiri!-tain district or tht-^ continent, It provides all tho opportunities for every thrill, which before the war had to tie sought, in Switzerland. Who wouldn't trurigo thai mile up Tunnel Mountain d raggf n g a t o b'oj^ga n Deh lad, when aftc-.t you pet �p cSfers in that glorious coast down In umpty-um seconds to reward you? Whore could a better toboggan run he found, with the crisp mountain air, and the snow* \. Sulphur Mountain, where the world famous hot Emlphur HpringB are .situated, and have an open-air bath in zero wea thei*. /And you don't ahivor either! �t 5 :� I V . ' F. . U. ^ J r " �. x h - "4^ ;