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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ what canadians V Mb. V 1 ( i  vt^' ,f7.' *-"*""" 8* Co//. ', (2) Canadian Railway troops passing' through the ruins of a town after laying the track. (3) Caaadian troops on their way up the line. Gas masks ar� worn at the alert. (5) A Canadian siege gun heing fixed before it puts its nose into Frit's movements. x (6) Canadian cavalry after'th^ fighting- on the Canibrai front | waiting to votV A man taking  1 i the oath can be seen in the doer* way on the right. (7) A large water tank being filled within shell range. The tank is pulled up the line by the armoured tractor.. The Canadian Corps front is'one mass of Canadian light railroads, which dp away with the slow horse transports. (8) French Generals with Prince Arthur of Connaught and other Canadian officers on Vimy Ridge. On left are' men at a Y.M.C.A. coffee stall, where c * *3 551 5V� y Wolves ngry 5- K roUIn do? | turned nr.d find, and wlien the tnac^-^ C^w,.-^^^ jlcft the CiiaJia" Puillc Hd! d' , for'iwl the lisp lie siw his do? nearly �i* W � main line at 1-n.mloops and wcrt :a half mile away still fiercely pnrsu.: ^l^f'^W^p*^ J north and west for six da%-s to pot |inK the wolf which had lust entered "$^#*8^s-f> tl P-A* He to good trappini? and hur.l!n:c terri- j "'e mouth of a steeply sloped �flrnw.i'^ jtory for a wir.ter's worfc. They made I "a" way up the draw the wolf stoiv^^!4>%j several trips before the snow eameh'e'J. an*, and shut them in. V.'hcn v. lute* shut l s'n'�Pt t"'0 more wolves. The fiist,, down (here was murh cold weather I br",R llad acte on the trail of a 'he had the satisfaction of ptel'.tn'K up niQO|e he saw a big hlaek wolf looking I the other two bis down. The collie saw It too and ^ y. K. hashed to the conflict. The wolf I black bodies.-*, Li if j ;