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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PICTORIAL TIDINGS FROM THE FIGHTING ZOM W3u to nr ri nr f i #1 J* fl 7f� hi,- IMF ^{�. %fJfcly 1. View of one of the squares in Arras, showing wrecked houses and band playing. 2. These are not bags of sand-but many tons of flour unloaded from a ship. 3. During the Turkish occupation the wells of Palestine were guarded to prevent the inhabitants from drawing water as desired. We now have set them free. i 4. A big gun captured by some Highland troops on the Cambrai front. 5. British troops as seen outside a billet after arrival somewhere in Italy. 6. With the British Navy.-The black squad at work in a merchant ship. No greater courage litis been shown than by these men. 7. Graham Curtis and his damaged machine-he having a narrow escape. 8. An advanced pigeon loft in France well protected by sand bags. ff. Five beautiful specimens of mountain goats. ' -Photos by courtesy of C. P. H. J W^vXs^- **** 1^ I THE Z4i *>>; �'V .1 'a " mil It, \V-� BIG MOUNTAIN GAME ROCKY Mountain gouts, who coa-tond with tbe ea^lee for (he I kingship of the peaks and who | give way grudgingly only to the grizzly or the mountain sheep, are tu be found on most of the heights of the western Canadian mountains. The ranges through which the Canadian Pacific: Railway runs on its way to the Pacific Coast are peopled with them. Clear up to the Yukon, wherever the grey crags lift their weather-scarred sides above the� timber line th� mountain goats range. They are a source of kingly sport for hunters. No eye is more sharp, no ear inore keen for danger'than the goats. They live (n the lnaceprsible ledges, and their hunting iucludes not only thrilling shooting, but equally thrilling mountaineering. The accompanying photograph is a photograph of winter-killed goats from the country to the north of Ashoroft, B.C. They were shot by n parly or hunters I and trappers who were hardy enough I and strong enough (o brave the perils | of deep winter hunting In I he peaks. The easiest limiting season 'for these animals is in early fall before the big snows come, but the winterkilled goats undoubtedly, as shown in the photograph, supply Ihe finest robes. Tho Indians on the Naass River, in upper British Columbia, weave blankets, clothing and ropes from tho silky hair of the '.vtintor-klUod mountain *-o.t.-!�. V. KA ;