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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta *K .^"i lit ^ * '�^^'l m tJV f "St It ....... Vs. 4^ (1) Where the. Canadian narrbw Cauge track crosses the raUi of a French railroad station on the Lens fronK'^^ '\ f (2) CanaJUan Railway troopi passing through the ruins of s town after laying the track. (3) Canadian troops on their way up the line. Gas masks ar# "worn at the ialert. (5) A Canadian siege gun heing fixed before it puts its nose into Frit's niovenjents. � . u | (6) Canadian cavahy after'thc^ fighting on the - Camhrai ^froat waiting to vo^. A man taking the o&tfa can be seen in the do�i:. 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 teorps front is'ohi'mass of Cana-, dian light raih-o&ds, which do away with^the slow horse'transports. (8) French Generals with Prince Arthur of Conntitight and other Canadian offlcers o.s Vimy Ridge. On left are- men.at a Y.M.O.A. coffee,stall, where c^ce io.served free to men going to or corn-ins from the trenches. ft . '.V � ��� A' [5W The Wolves Were Hungry V 4* * 1 ft, ' M Angus KfcOrcffor and )i!f> roJlIorJo;?' left the CaunUlun IMclflc Hallway main Use at Kninloops and went north and ^ west for six days to get into good trap))ln!J and hunting territory for a winter's wbrlt. They made evernl trips before the snow came ilB'ncI shut tUein Id. ^^'hcn wliitei* shut J down there was much, cold , weather and not an excessive amount of snow. Th� rabhlts drifted north to th� thinker brush, and McGregor and his dop extended their lines twenty railoB further. lUg snow came and the wolvcH found hard work to,Bet.;^ I'Vv IniK. though the rabbits. ejnJ partridges wefe fat. and conlented.' McGregor took a lot of fur. mlnh, lynx; marten' nd fox, �rnrd nndf flod. and when ihe maa topped tho Viae be saw his dog nearly, a balf mile ava^ still nercely puraii.; IBK the wolf whi�?h had just ontercaj the mouth, of a steeply Bloi)ed''draw.i Half way up the draw the wolf etoiv pod, and down from either flank swept two more wolves. Tho first brute had acted ,ps decoy Tortho dog, Tho colli?,' r,e8ll2lns , bis danger, wheeled and ran tov.ard hla master, pUrRUed'by all three of the pack. .He lo'd them by :ii'f6w yards, and threw himsolf.flnftlly'.ngalnst the feefof McGregor, �While the wolv.ea, gaunt, ihunery apd .unusually lleroo came] right onj and onjy,.swerved aside toi, circle wheh,the.man yoUed., Onjj he| flbot tSetore tlio other^fled.nnd-a few dayi ISter,' havliiK pliiced but "baits"; he had the saMsfHctlon of plcUlnR liti the other two big, black bodios,-, " -.f ;