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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta On the British Western Front. -Batches of prisoners being marched in. , -Photo by Courtesy Of C. F- Scene on the Flanders Front.- A well concealed dressing station. -Photo by Cpiirlesyof C.-P. Entrance to a Y. M. C. A. house. -Phtiio uu Court?T of C. P. R The King- of the Belgians in. his headquarters. ^ -Photo bu Courtesy vf V. P. P.. Y. M. C. A. quarters in France subject to daily shell firje. - Photo by Courtesy of C. P. 17. On the British Westers Front in France,-Wailing their turn to speak to the enemy. -Photo by Courtesy of V. P. R. Battle of Flanders - Some of th* roads are nearly impassable. -Pholo by Courtesy of C. t. R. �-|-tHIS ysaVit has-been no unusual' I sight in the Prairie Provinces o�  Canada to see breaking and cui�-tivatlng being done right up to tho end, ot November. More Jail plowing has been completed this year than would previously have been, considered posatble. -an places day and ulgbt shifts have, been woritiag. Whilo no definite estimates as to the area tha; will bu ready for crop nest sprint; are available, it is ('certain' that the ln-ciease. over this year's will be considerable. Authorities in close touch with conditions in Saskatchewan estimale. that'sixty per cost more, fall plowing has been-.�pnipleted in -that province tins year\than last year. In jgi:; degrees. There was almost continual sunshine .between the hours oi -ninriae and sunset, and the lowest temperatures were recorded just, befuie sunrise. Kilt tiler a much patrio tood where staple iliicnd Wb'T" it was not thej favorable wea lone that, was rasponsible for so work b.-ing accomplished. The (Usirc to produce as much PO! rood,- IllOl-: that await t this work, 1 11 vc, veiiibi t.uniM they In lb venih farm; im en l.'t^c ' *3 tl: -,ible in this country things considered, the of the world can be pro-economically than any-;i:id i In; liberal returns Lose who are engaged in 'avn been the real fneeo Tlv- tavorable weather of No-r lias given farrn'ers an oppor-to accomplish, more work lhan# ""' ".voected to be able to do. . however, weather in No-been equally suitably to rations, birl, lacking the  0, She present time, ad an- -n :.o generally taken (,-; it | pic .- has ;