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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SPORT AND RAILWAY 9> (1) ;Sir- George McLaren Brown, European General Manager ofttie C. P. B. (on laft side of at the Canadian Industries Fair, London. On the left of Sir George is Mr H. Greyille Montgomery, exhibition organizer. Second from Sir George on his right is Mr'' W.-C. Noxpn, director of overseas branch of the Department of Trade and Commerce of Canada. (2) The Club House of tlie C. P. H. Recreation Club, Sortin, Montreal. Community House at Lake Winflermere, new tourist resort in the Canadian Pacific Rockies. (4) Rustic Camp at Lake Winder-mere, B.C. i (B) M of the C. P. R., throwing the first ball in the msnt sports held by C, P. K. employees at Sortin. Montreal. WC.-Pi R. officials and employees of both sexes co-operate In Social and Recmtion Club work. (7) Human Wheelbarrow Race at Sortin. wwwiwu (8 and 9) Attractive display at the Canadian Industries Fair in Enirland. i Demonstrating Canadian Resources Caria'da stands to-day upon the a ejpau- aton In tie dominion's industrial activities. That Is the belief of the Canadian Pacific Railway, which has done and Is doing so much to de- velop the resources of the country. Sir Gtprge McLaren Brown, the European General Manager of the P, H.J with'the, co-operation o( several of- the Provincial Govern- ments, lies organized a klghly Inter- esting and comprehensive Exhibition of Canadian Itesources and facilities for transportation In Canada, at (he Canadian Industries Pair, Koynl Agricultural Hall, Islington, Ixmdon. illustrations of which arc shown eti this page. Tho exhibit Is at. the entrance to Hall, Passing the turn- stiles the letters "C. P. bid the vleltor welcome, whilst on either Side of llic entrance hall, underneath the wording "Canadian Pacific, the World's Greatest Highway'', hang large pictures depicting Ilio scenic, agricultural and industrial resources of tee Dominion. Bach pillar Is surmounted by some big fiatne bead Wapiti, Deer, Musk Ox, Dear. Two large Moosn heads from Northarn Drltlsh Columbia arc the top of-the. columns of the en- trance to the main exhibit, ami ovor the columns stretches a striking painting depleting Canada.ln peace anil tho left, a Urge sign calls attention In the Cinema in the King Kdward Hall, adjacent; Enter- Ing the'structure, one finds the booths on side, some ten ID all, occupied not only by. movlatf pano- ramas, Illuminated signs, maps, transparencies, pictures, etc., depict- ing the activities of the company, but also by exhibits sent up, for dis- play by the Agents General of British Columbia and Quebec. A large selection of enlarged photo- graphs dealing with the recent visit of the Prince of Wales 16. Canada attract much attention; the morlng models, ono showing the great grain elevator at the twin Cities of Fort William and Port Arthur, and the other Quebec by night and day, with the Chateau Fronlenac in I ho back- ground, arc ccnlrcB of adr'lratlon; whilst the Royal Colonial Institute has been housed with sruxie in tine' booth to, answer enquiries dealing with the scope of that Inslltnllon. Scores of original pictures by famous artists featuring Canada from every possible point of view arc on ex- hibition, and a tastefully appointed waiting, room Is at the service of. the business men or sightseers; The Dominion Express, the De- partment of Colonization and De- velopment, the 'Pansenser and Freight Departments of Cans- adlan Auslralcslan Lino are well represented, ami an aeroplane model calls attention to the latest rnent of the Dominion "EtpreM aoliy.ilien in JJuropeV tlie'e'ihlb- lls provided by' the Agents Ocn eral lor .Quebec and British Col- umbia arc topical and attractive. The former thons of pulp in various stages, minerals, of all hinds, game, ind far- bearing animals. various kind> o' talmon by D, C. whilst 3. specklly structed cabinet, made up of ditfet- ent kinds of woods for which B.; C, Is ivorld-renowjicd, a illustration in the quicknt posawlft way of the undsreloptd rt- enurces which B. C. to limber merchant SPORT Off THE C. P, K. Recre'aAlon iao nn important In the lives of C. P. R. From the President (town to tie Jijii- lor clerk (her are devoted to tporU. A few years ago splendid were opened at Sortin. an ontoWrt At Montreal, where football tennis and general atiWks ure ciil- Uyated, Attached to the grounds a large club house fijr- Dished and where til hoio' comforts are supplied aud a duicipg hfcH delight to Me fond of dancing. These grounds club houso we tie headquarters of the C. P. Recreation dirt.' The ItdlM play part In makkig.the Tlo Clirb dayi." The KWu Birthday tbi-Hrft day" Uils The spbrtu on. that occasion were opened bf Mr. A. v.fUttftltf, Vlce-PresWent at C. P. Jl." Ono of the bui IODJ ners In America, Eddie liwrwce, Ii i C, P. R TT111 protMbljr coming Olympic t ;