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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta The Germans- lans Gallant DrflfcU i Otiiciil (1) Genran machine gum end minenwerfcrs captured: at Oheluvctt. (2) The best seats in theatre were reserved for the. officers. This picture was taken in a German cinema in Eambrai the morning it was captured. (3) Troops and tanks advan- cing on Hindenburg (4) Tho construction as sera on thV front offthc tanks'is rnide to dump ipto very trenches so that the tank pass over safely.. ;_: (5) A Cambrai st Barnes the sariie'morning as the Germans were driven out. A' bridgo destroyed-at Cambrai by Germans. (7) One of tho mine craters at La Bassec. v (8) remarkable Britain Day the English artist- Carton The great Brit- ish lion is showft guarding j-- BhitanicOj about whom clus- V'fte'r the ebbs, representinglrie ,v 'Airqrait and'ships .form tfce bickgrouBd and be- side them are allegorical fiir- ures, the of British Georges. >i" James' Montgomery Tlagg's tribute to nohievements in -the colorful, '-vigorous poster, "Side by which will be circulated from coast to coast to spread the news of America's honoring of Dec. 1th. as Britain Day. I Britain Day in the United States W l Plait (Ciff Ki-' mm ft- J m :m m I Offi--icl Pfclls If n'rltaanla for tho first time will Bg- ure In a nosier (o widely clrculUci In America- Carton lloorepark, English artist, who has given tho lull [our years ol servlco to the. cause ol Great 'Britain las just put tha finlshlne touches to a typical British poster which TVill ba distributed by the NP.W Yoik Com- mlttM haying lit charge Americas tribute Co Britain, December 7, 191S. Tho British Lions and Us cubs, re- presenting the colonies, will lw strik- ing figures In tie poster, of wnlch a first edition ol Is to bo distri- buted shortly throuehout the .country. The Honorary Chairman, of tile Commits. Kl'.osa headquarters are at iho Hotel Helmont. New IOTK City Is Dr. Charles E, Eliot, o? Har- vard and the Chairman Is -Judge Alton B. Parker. Strong commllleca BIO being organized lhroushmit Iho country, and the outlook Is thai a very strong showing will bo made ns lo the, esteem In which America holds the part which Great Britain ha- borne In the war lor the protection o[ this country against tne muracr ons Huns. _, t Her eight millions ol men ply" 'o the allied causo moana Ihal It tne United States ever were lo equal Britain's wntrihulion In men ap to Iho present time, tha Arnfrlron: pe- puMIc would h.tve. nearly silicic mil- lion soldiers In khaki. Ust July thn French tmtlon was honored on Dastlle Day, and now It la Iho lurn ol Qreal Britain, which lias so Ions been mlsiirdcrstood.and Inadcnimtclr aj.preclated by tho aver- see American, but which HOT- Is com ing Into Its ovn. Irom the rrspcrl nnrt admiration which have rssulled from the hull log grip which the? Qfrmnnsmnrolhan fouV'ycari hiia held It steadily ever since.1 V ;v Thn mayor cf.every city M'lnR a, populnllori of f..OOO and lias been Invited to loin thl-i nillon.wlde neraonslratlon (if American friend- ship (or Iho Dr-llsh ration and PoMtc mecllnpil arc bclnc j In many placoa. and hand roncfr and spoc'.al enlcrlamipenl tea- tnrc.1 will to co> part of urltlib alii. rfj -31 f ;