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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta KING GEORGE VISITS THE TRENCHES Other Scenes i ii i m o- On the British Western unveiling 1he memorial to Ihe 3rst Australian Division. n f'V at C. P. R. On the.British Western Majesty looking at a Tommy's praTe on Vimy Ridge. 6.u 0. P. R. Ci the British Western ibandoned German 6.9 gna md limber' near Bnllecourt. -photo counesy d c. p. On the British Western Majesties the front. by fouttcsy of 0. F. It. On Hie British Western German prisoners being searched after the taking of Arleux.- Photo ty courtau.oi v. P. K. -i On the Westorn mail witching tbo sorting of mail from home. by courtesy of 0. P. On the British to modern artillery'captured, villages liave to he marked with board. 'T'Pholo bv courtesy ot 0. P. If. On the BritiGh Western Majesty Bosohe gun position examining a machine gun belt. v by 'couitcsv o. P. i f CANADIAN PACIFIC OBSERVAtlQN CARS IN AUSTRIA, 1913 NOW SAID TO BE USED-AS HOSPITAL CARS "IF (nforma'llin lo Tecwl rT Washington revelations that HOLS Med out by Ihe-Osrman Oov-i crcmt-of 'sst year out of all the _ rail-, oc r.or.tlnentjor JolofpiJC -ahlr-h Intemleii.lo Interfere IU tra.T but which no suc-.1 cots' :r.g to the the Candlag Po'lfic KallWiiy trick and brltjti ire vrcfeted. shoTrs'ihru have pot ret forgiven J thii-'CaiiJIap CncIS; for lls In Auilrla prior lo tne "ar. 11 will he remembered ihn the C. P. n. operaUd an I'ar System on the Austrian Elate Railway! by Inlllsllr.j ship line lo the Port o[ Trles'e T -e Oissrvatfon Car sihene of, ettractb? the attention lo C'-CJda of Ihe firs husdrta who florfctd etch ytar lo Irian at ths san.tr of providing facilities ol travel in Auv.r'a 10 American tourfsls FUch as they ased to In oirn country. Tb'c Aus'.rlin appolnlei) lo In- le Ihe unprcfilable operallor.s of Ihe Slate Railways discovered lhal a very Urge proporlion of Ihc and poEsengsr trafflf lor America originating In Southeastern Jlil'lrla and Southern Russia was be- .s carried bf short had lo the Oer- 'an frontier towards the ports of llambure and firemen, InslMd of roustr Auilrla to Ihc natural p Trissle, They (urtlur .IlKoVe that Ihs Oarman Blramahlp lines con-1 trolled trie so-called Austrian atearn- 'hip lints, and hrid allotted 1'orl ol Trieste only lour per cent of the total exports from this part of fcurope. When, therefore. non- German lino such 81 Ihjr Canadian Isdflc was called In to break up this monopoly and star! a. direct line of steamers to Trieste, there was great cf.'latloD to liprlln. In laCI tl so much disturbed the Pru'sslan'iSlate Rallwaya, rfho at that llnw were pldtlng the Au'.lrlar.s In their, own Interests, that they brought pressure through tliefr H'ar OJSce upon (ho Austrian Government lo close tho C. P.'n. OSic In Vienna and cancel llr, concessions. N'o doubt the gallant actions .of tho Canadian's In the Held of liattlo hnvo also helpiil the Prus- sikr.ii to fl'n.1 try. to vcul tlitlr nolle on anything connoted wiih Canarla. The OUfrvSllon Caia Inrc now eald lo be dolug service u IbosplUI can In Austrian service. Austrian ptasanta wclcornlnn the C. P, R, Observation Cars Tyrol, ;