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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta iSATl'KDAV, UAHUi I'Jlit t.r.l lli.it.-u.tj MSOFDEAIHOF several times but none of them seri- ous. hater wo received word that a bar- rage would start In an hour anil wo would attack again, I look Sergt HaVuT and crawled out in (rout ot Hie Mines to make sure thai none ot our men were wounded and might gel caught by the barrage. We weist out I to ttic farthest poiut of advance aud Mmm Fril lUuro found Corp. Stevenson lying KBOWB in South The letter below tells of the death downward. His face was Iti hands as though In prayer, his rifle by bU side, his head facing toward lhe A email buBii protected lilui from sight of the enemy. He had hi action of Stevenson, of Hay- evidently died a moments alter and was ;i Canadian citizen: Co. 'T'.ai'JtU Inf.. A. K, France. Jan. 19, 191'J. Mr! J. C. L. Lund, So. 7lh East. Salt Lake City, Ulali. ar Sir: lie (ell. His personal effects were re- moved by tho chaplain, who burled him, anil will reach his folks in due time when Hie necessary1 red !lape has beeu gone through am! iranspor UUon tangles are straightened out. God alone can why ho was taken. Twice that morning I hat men lilt on both sides ot me and Some time ago I wrote Corp. Stov- received only a Blight hit on th homo in on Wednesday night. A dance was lief'5 iit Opera House on SlonUay given by the management and was lar uttendcJ. Half the were en to the St. Auiie'b (Vihulii: church Capt. J. A. Privates I'at terson, J. Turnbull mi.I uro re- ported as being o.-i thuir to !Jla r more from Halifax. Nova IJr. 11. A. MclX-nalil of was a. visitor to'Ukurmore tliis week "Ited" Evans Yeiurne'l honiu from Calgary on. Tuesday morning, having cllned lo laugh at his Christianity takine au-v activc but before Ions he had Ihe love and movement. respect o' all. lie said grace al nil _. our.formal dinner and was ever ready living, is to compel every received his discharge from the [with u good word or deed, lie wrote t person to work. When a nntion of J. .Hnndley left of II. C. on Krida 'letters for.the illiterate and by these workers has been established, where morning .where he will look urouni Lie.ioueht fearlessly until the last, js leach labors for all and produces for for a suitable fruit farm tti purchas' Anyone dominated by lits dauntless j jt wm Borao relter lo your grief' mutual profit the spirit and charac- and make a new for his courage is bound lo win in whatever Io fcnow that his spirit lives on. ;md ler of labor itself will change lint Miss Nellie McVey was a visitor t thty uQdertalie. Jle won Ihe wooden it l5 prayer that Ood may 'yok it is acknowledged, leaders o! the Lethbridge this veet. cross beside ivhich all otherfi Into attor you all. InEignincancc. CHAlll.KH IIYAIAX HKIIR started Uic- offensive. Jst Lieut. Commanding Co. "K" known us.the Me use-Argon tic Laltle. on (Now and during tho fEglu.) SepiemlKT'EG. Prior to that wo hail! in which he. was killed been In tho trenches In the Artola was that cf the Llois dio Ogona, which of lha Uritlsh front and in re-1 was one part of the grc-at for the SL..MIhicl fight. [gonno battle. It waa this battle that advanci'd about 12 kHonifcUes 'really ended the war, for it cut the 9ii.tbe 2Gth and held our grouud un'-i German communications.. relieved the morning of the -My hnmo is at Dcmtngton, Jcr- The regiment suffered about iiOO casualties In this fight. highest alility arc needed and there J. the must be 'complete internal regenera- paid a business visit to Let Abridge ill tlon of the proletariat." early part of the wetk. fey, and chould you ever come easl, I should be very glad fo sec you, Lieut. Chas. 11. liorr.' ROSA LUXEMBURG We went back to tho front the after- noon of the 4th of October to help oilt a division- which had been "Held ui> by. Ihe Force t of Orgons (Hois