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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PICTURES ON THE WAY TO PEACE CONDITIONS k'A YCOUKTeSYOrc.P.fi. or c.p.t Unveiling Otliam War Memorial, England. (2) Prince Albert reviews Holborn Juvenile Or- B.inizations at Foundling Hospital. (3) Section of Electrical Department of Training School for Disabled Soldiors, which has been open- ed by Sir L. W. Evans, M.P., at Enliam, England. (4) Tank Inquiry at Lincoln's- Inn ;Court, Eng-, laud. Mr. Winston Churchillln Box: (5) Scene during English Railway Strike. Get- ling on the buffers between coaches at Forest Gate Station. (6) Lord Allenby receives the Freedom of the City of Ixjnclon. (7) Lorn.Allenby receives the Freedom of the City of George addressing the crowd outside Mansion House. (81 Lieut.-Col. J. S. Kelly. V.C., C.M.G., D.S.O., who was court-mai'lialled for contravening mili- tary regulations by lellers lo daily-papers. .Si W m ycfunrtsrurcfK HOW' C.P.R. ENGINEER WON VICTORIA CROSS It ftll lo Iho lot ol a C.P.H. cnslnccr Pie. John 1'cler. Hobcrt- son lo rln the much covctcu Vlc- rorll Cross at I'asscliondflcic. Xobprtson enlisted at Iioibbrlta with the 176lh and waa on engineer on thai division, Ho was bfller fcnown A3 "Pete11 to his friends. JIo waj born ID Plclou, Nova Scolla, but lived moat of bls-lilc In Mcdlnlne Hal with hl9 rnoiher, Mrs. Alex. Robertson. Robertson was igcri Ihlrly-tour, won hla distinction '.n cor.n'cMOM with- operations el I-asscbeodacle Sstunbcr 6, 1917. Dnialla came tJiroufh aulborltallve during lls baltallun's Hobcrt- don'a pUlcon was ticld up by 'two hundred vnrds from Hi flntl objective. Our puns were busy culling when way Uirough emplacement was reached. Kleins suddenly to hla feel he charged I down on the astonished Germans, I and killed four of tne sun crew I they could recover from their sur-1 The remainder Did In terror, I but their right WM short I chcn ItobcTlson seized ?hc abandon-1 cd gun, screwed It around and poured I a hall ol bullets upon the backs of I the fast disappearing enemy, Sev-1 cfal of them fill victims lo Lheif 1 OffJl weapon acr) others were caught I by our shells. When the. remainder I of Ihe jil-toori' Robertson I was still firing Iho captured giln. I 11 was enllrel, due to his Kerala I action the wliole llrte abltcl to-advence and cipluro1 tli4 I final Objective, Robertson wtnl ward with Ihe Arsl vare, taking a I gun with him. It verrl cffccllvcly to keep down the flre of I chlae Kim opened lire and Inflicted veij heavy losJfs an .the Canadians. UoberUon, wllhoul waling for or' dora PT-' on his own Initia- tive, rushed lowards Iho German gun, defying Ine raachlno guns'.'withering flre. Moreover, our arllllorjr barrage .wan BO Inlcnse that dcaln .'ccmed almost terlaiij. Working hla war lo Ibu flank, he eventually found an _____, opening In Ihe wire, sot through. crawled until Iho end of the aerman ma-1 German machine gnn.i snipers, while his plaloon consolidated the I new position. Idler In Ihe day" when twt or our.