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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ThTHOST On Which The KAISER N RECKONED c fe. 1 j Aariii 03cUl fcoa V Jii i (1) SalTBging War Hat Department of the Quartans aster scrap to at Amerkar Salvage Department, France. 13) American grenade thrower ia the act of throwing tbe grenade into the enemy trench. m at an American Evacuation Hospital m France. (6) Mixs Mary Withers, American Cross, raving out cigarettes and chocolate to Ameri- can loldiers on way to trenches in France. (6) O S Marines unloading supplies at the front. m British Tommies going back for a rest after heavy fighting. (3) Balloon descending takes photograph of crew running to action and hauling down. (9) Anti-aircraft gnn position. (10) General Perilling at France. Travelling on Narrow Gauge in France and Belgporn American Ofidil 3. CVnrJtt trit'uk OtfteW Corrrlfhl Hetereet. astray, but climbed IWM nlhnr ewtribnted I' gmtij to UK. inccess of li France and Well, we dragged weary limbs ong and climbed to tie top ef Vlroy hopini to Ind our borwa the TVe the "friend of tired Midlers con lag out ef the front Hie tmckea after a loag In The umw mage, In of wblck Buy Canadian radio way englnem and "gangers" the amlei rhe western front Krery returned soldier apeakt terms of prsdse of the work carried out by tbe Canadian railroad troops f remember well ote particular sight trarelllig the narrow gauge because my horse ctuU not be located, lo retch the bllleli I had iMen actlnc as adjuiant Ihli trip, tnd tbe vedlcal tSutr and I to out" of the llRe after tbe departure of the aen who were to M relleted In tue eveolx k aaoUier M-tta.lon of ,our Wer, planned that hors-j be'at certain at tke foot of Vlmy Nidge at a rerlafs But the Quartermaster's ordeTt'to th grooms to ai About j'clx-k In the awrnlo we, aiedlca) oMcrr ted I, I'll tb treocb system ajd naje upon, aid to be tulllng for us. Bui eouM ao true to Mr batlillon. After waiting arwwl Ire an itour or M, we decl and curses long aad strong vrere But after a time, In vil styli along the valley to rest! er, struck that wonderful little 1 did not take long to down the My, our n (he't'ruck. All tr.e trucks on these earls were cheered but _ narrow-gauge roads arc open, as wu there an? train ranting at that carry trcops and aup. hour the comics? we asked one plies. Buta Sleeper 01. IheC P. R. could not have been more inviting lufeai of striking t e road a caaice and con- coll and 1 was overheated by the the narrow-gauge Iracka over the ridge with all the juncllon. After a time ef ilrapptd on we hearC voicte nr.t a party of men but, netwitk'sranillng, I curled up In on tie the nrii Ing for. a orner of the truck: and soen hut harpy, and dreaming of lorcd ones for We hilled the oncer In charge and ,When I woke, day wu breaking, we aitertalned that.thoy.we.ro lale for Jhtlr train, tut rjoM that .a train fiad been held ur Well, the gine was Btill pnlflnc away. out of the valley and rumgllns along familiar spots which made us feel behind the and half an hour's good, for we were nearlns our place tramn along the track brought im to M last a dry spot lo alrcldi our All-duo to Iho built by" Canadian rallwaymen' good was night of a miniature iraln tllll alrcnulde loe platform- ready to pull out! We did ool Iblcl; any more about ;