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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta BRITISH NEWS IN PICTURES-LATE SIR JOHN II s, H ?Sr O >i f i 1% (1) Body; of late f5ir John Aleock. famous airman, arrives at Waterloo Station from France. (2) Atlantic Hero's smashed machine at Conevrard, 25 miles north of Rouen. (3) In memory of New Zealand heroes at 'Woking, near London, (4) Lady Rachel Cavendish, one of I I the charming daughters of the Duke I of Devonshire. (5) Railway Hustle in London.- Controlling and regulating trains from main switch, with watch in valuable seconds. (6) (Irish Colleens preparing ducks for Enslish market. (1) Lake Windermere, B.C. This little town is called after -the 'Lake j near it. The Famous Lake Windermere in B.C. i i (1) ilhere are.trees on the banks of the Lake. (2) On the Banff-Windermere road. i Nestling in. the heart of a two- hundred-mile-long valley between the Canadian Rockies and the Sel- kirk .Mountains. Lake Windermere baa attracted to Us very, beautiful chores a considerable settlement ol ranchers, who hy means of an ex- cellent Irrigation system, grow al- falfa, potatoes, smaller fruits and I certain varieties of apple and cherry trees. There are several successful dairy farms, and tha Valley Is par- 1 ticularly well adapted for liorso breeding. The. wonderful scenery of the creeks and. canyons leading up to the Great Selkirk Icefield Is easily 1 accessible, from -this 'Valley, and the number of tourists and Alpine Cllmb- I ers' who make- this their cummer I headquarters Is steadily Increasing. Already thers is a small tourist I hotel, and there li lalk Tent City. for the forthcoming summer, on tie I lines of the Tent Cities at Coronado I Beacli_ind _qther_ popular_re_sorts In the United Stales. The water c! the Lake which is ten miles long li of, a .uniform temperature of about 6G degrees, and thero are excellent beaches beside tho local golf course. The Valley is served by the Koot- enay Central Hallway, connecting ilia main lino of the C. I', il. at Golden, B.C., s-iih the Crop's Nest brancli at Colvalll and Cranbrbok, As the dis- trict i3 bejt known on account of Lake, the names of several of Stations are lo bo changed, "Alhal- mer" will now bo kmwi as "Uko "Knvlron" will be cliangctl lo "Columbia "ncntrick" lo "lake Under an agreement between Federal Government and the C. Oovenimenf, tho Road now under construction n-lll form part of the National 'Paris System, and will be completed by'the Federal Government. This road will render accessible to motor cars some ef tic most specUcuUr gcenery In CinadUn and should bring many more :o of the mmt dellfhifu! districts lu Western ;