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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta AMERICANS ON THE RHINE-A KAISER SOUVEMR NO ONt ALLOWED IN THE KITCHEN BUT (1) A placard used along tbe Rhino aid tliroufh tie American camp (8) A aoaYenir of Ox door of dugout in Spa, DOW head- of CommittM. (3) 040. Fwliinf and Admiral Ben- ion, after calling on the Prtddent of the U. S. on board the "Ctoorgo Waihiajton" at Brest of War Btktr ia( artillery fire in (6) It Henry Oiay of Forth Worth, America's daring (6) President Wilson's smile was to French, as he and H. passed through Hie streets of Paria. (7) Americans, on the march to the Khine. (8) Gen. Perilling viewing the Diviiion. (9) Tie white filg which never be- fore was carried to foreign lands, aow flutters in France. twra S etj pyfcl C" OftcfU from U. S. CorciniiUt on FvWit InfortntV r Injoreullen. American ufrtti U. S. Coiwnkter on Public [TRAMSFORiVilNG THE If. 3L Connittn on f (1) Headqnarten C. P. P.. Irrigation atrathnjcre, (2) The kind of home many of the oldw leHlerj ia Alberta. All' trees planted since erection of buildings, Canada arc building. trees a there' a 1 f ,f LUOM does a settlor i' fr.m V-. F. t.n pnWic s aro men, o to rulo. Mostly as pHntco and nil manner of rools fcven and eight million youn? plnnis trees consplcuovii Ms the Ef.Uter Dnda loo many treas and vegetables, wonderfully annunliy. Canadian Pa.lflc Kail- oM hums, nut ho das many or practiijjllv none si all. In the for well. And they are beins grown way rralrku Ha illsirlbiition of Irccs over (he pioneer who has mer ca'c conVweraWe lahor Is tequlr- uiore nnd tnoro extenaivcly cvcty to fcrmurs la Its Irrljallon blocV In to worfc to hla land before. In the can year, heaullfylng many a farm homo, Aluerta, anil during the kti can slarl to farm. fcrmurs la It Aluerta, anil during the kti can slarl to farm. He can tetln hope for any crop, fn tte latter, and transforming the prairie lanl- ycsra has dlstrllJiitcil about three farm Irom Ihe moment ot his occii' rase the- settler lias tv.e advantage of stape. liundrerl thousand trees to farmeia In patfon of the rand. And when 11 belnV able to breaft his land Irnmcdl.j Tn proeesJ. farm- this lerriwrf. fn this company's ready -to plant ttcea, he can plant ately and If he proceeds In the right'cra arc greatly encouraged by the mirnrlM lrc..-s are stippiicif for them wl.crevw ho desires, Rlth the ma'nnrT soon bas II In a condition for; Canadian OoTtrnmcnt and Iho Cana- planflnf" alonf; inn right of-tvcy ot assuraaca thai, If given little In. rrcil'KtnE a remimerallve crop. But illan Pacinc Jialln-ay. Hotti aro tak- fire railroad and In station gardens, tclllccrit cars and attention during if ho has come from a which Ing a in Wrest fn the planting of I To oblaln Ireci whether from tho year or two. they will grow was by Irws, cerlatnly VilMen them for a time. A at trees on pralrls farmj, en- government or tlie railway compariy, to miturliv. and bo as strons M firriurs lo Improve their similar conditions) nro required lo tho toretl. ;