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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadians in Captured Territory (1) The entry of the first commander into Mons, which was captured by the Canadians. The mayor addressing the army cow- milder io tho square. (2) A Belgian lady returns to her hoite after the Germans had taken licr to Germany to work on laud. She was imprisoned be- cause slio would not work in the munition factory. She is wear- ing her pack in which she carried her belongings in the camp, (3) kniong the booty captured by the Irish Guards was an armored train (made in (4) Wounded 0. S. soldiers trans- ported to York by the Cana- dian Pacific "Eccprejs of Britain." (5) A German aeroplane which nose-dived outside a Zeppelin shed near Namur. When the Cana- dians arrived they found that big gas bag had flown. (G) Taking U. S. wounded soldion from "Empress of Britain." (7) The entrance to one of forts of Nimur. Tho Canadian] now occupy this territory. 'Weiss A LITTLE DISPLAY OF TEMPER Mountain Shsep in the Canadian Pacific Sockies. worth telllOB, and may bo told, but at outbursts of temper by the. lord and present the subject U temper leading This is undoubtedly true In mauy in- the hasty feet ol young buck roll ed and clattered downi tht rocky. lemyer than through gentler sensa- tiouu. I have seen a grand ten-point miles below Ptlllser where, from the bullring a game little splko buck; ed toward his valley camp, warned coujd look down tho talr sweaji of by tbo lengthening shadows of lata toiling up or roaring doivu the grades, ot a rolling stone, on loose shale and He did pot know what they were nor over I once saw a grizilj that died because he Iiad lost his temper when him they may have teen cranlln ward the point from whence the cutlet callng, and 1 iras once an active par- them, his chief nnnoyancca were the and watchful, hut raging and foaming llctpaiw (n tho death o! a lynx thit with anger, Just uepplng down young and ambitious bucfts, keeping not ElonpEtl lo claw up n o ['spring climbed nelshbortnz san. the sharp sound and did not hear the slincllvely upward while- his band whine, his side had hurt for a long lime and the 'olood had flqwed as It does when an. eagle or a mountain and panting, followed the blMJ drops troul that committal deliberate sul lion rips IhJ hide, -and. he. did. that marked the path of his prite. clde their mates had taken lla taiii train whefo ho had raised tho bind, tho safety of (he black waters when and a thousand feet rt 1 danger threatens. Tbcn there aro fame upon tho bighorn chief's body, tales oltbe male salmon guarding the! charming half burled In the puio white of a spawning beds from buccaneering heaven-climbing slide. little df trout while the female salmon de- frivolity, she shouldered In- pla? of lealous temper had ruined poflt eggs; and sailing men have Mil these carryings on ind stamped' a tain sheep In whole fauttlig cnlves mitt their ereat flnkos wblle Ity south ot (tie C. F, R.. Kilt stern warning. The young tuck and ;