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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FldMTlMd Z6NE 1 -S' ....... yr^Hf\ 2. Thepe-We not bags of sand-but many toUs of flourrunlosded from a ship. i ' ' /.� .. 3. Ouriag,' the Turkish occupation . the wells of Palestine were guarded to pre- I vent the ' inhabitants from drawing ' water as desired. We now have set them free. ' 4. A big gun cAptured by some Highland troops on the Cambrai. front. 5. Bntish troops as seen outside a billet after am val somewhere in Italy. 6. With ti)e: British Navy.-The black squad lA work in a merchant ship. No greA^r itourage h^ been shown than by these men; . 7. Graham Ourtu^ and his damaged ma-obme-^he having .a narrow escape'. 8. An advanced pigeon loft in France well protected by sand bags. ff. Five beautiful specimens of mountain goats ; .'I . ^> --iflioloi by courtesy 9f C. P. R. 1^ ^ 1. , '��mm "i , 'A i BTG M f^OCKY MQuqtaln eoKtB. who coa kinKvhipof the peaks and who glv� . way . Kt'UdKingly only to Uie grlxzly or t|ie mountnin glieep, are tti' be found.Qii most. o( tbe Iielgliu of ^he^ester)! QftDt^diiin niountaine. Thei raueod.through wlilGli the Canadiaa Paoiflu iBallway. runs on its way to the ; Pacific GoH$t are peopled witU tbeni; iClear iii> to the Yukon) wber Include* not oi\ly tkrllltny ^bQo).lrii& but e�ually tbrll-' \\M i9�ii|itaMeerinK. The accain- th^ir iiome, but the winter killed'ubtedly, as ahowfi in, tlM>...>M�raJsi supply thev ftne�t'' 'I|#r,>*l,^/ijpp�ir British Oommbl^i, weBV#'jblapkW,'\ clothing and ropes 'f|!om\tbWlKJ!.>'a)r of the mintorJ ;