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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 4 V SHELLING THE ENEMYSPO1T1WG A GERMAN PLANE M 4 vr 1 On the British Western Front in French Minister with a British who have been inspecting tha British 2 Bringing a big gun into 3 Our big guns shelling the enemys back area 4 A machine gun post in a 5 French troops on the left coming down and British on tha right moving up on a road near the 6 Spotting a German An alert outpost in the Ypres 8 Wounded but cheerful members of the Blst 9 Going aboard to cross the Great 10 Fort William V F t i i PA v 1 v f IHrti f Kvi te vtf r f ISiSe 10 J2 T V fh iM if 4 f Ct ft I w v sf IP Canadas Great Lakes are as gome geographers and geologists day they the oldest lakes in tbe it cannot be denied that Lakes Erie and On tario form the most wonderful chain ct inland oceans on the earth and are the oldest and for that inattei also the oldst higffway in North Ear it was on the waters of these great lakes that the early French explorers and adventur such aa La and others in the quarter of the 17th cen In search of the undiscovered Western taken In con junction with the Lawrence river stretches and they form the longest navigable Inland water way in the the total tfrom Fort William and Port Lake the BtijaiU of Belle late being miles It was of these mighty Inland seas in Canada that Joseph Howe once said in a speech at a convention at Detroit Yondep lie Canadas great which cjan furnish sufficient power to run the industries of the whole and within which the British Isles might he and never raise the Romantic en chantment and adventurous history suffuse the waters and shores of Can adas Great To realize this one has only to recall that the Euro pean pioneers who three hundred years ago first penetrated into the heart of the North American conti nent did so by their taking first the and Mattawa then through the Luke Nipisslng and French River into Georgian then through Lake Huron Lake thjn through the Sault or Rapids of Marys River into Lake On the Great Lakes taken In any one of the Cana dian Pacific such as the the and the M PBIMWIJ swift and safe at an ocean a tourist or seeker can take an inland voyage of ft thousand and whether the age be from Montreal to Detroit oV and other American ports of vice the tourist experience the sense of ocean hut with a feeling of security and of calm which the turbulent ocean can not The tourist may set for Macktnac the scene of Chief PontMbg massacre of ft British beautifui about which glide whltewipged yachts and other aroal tha giant head of Thunder the beau tiful Marys Hiver and the Canadian locks at Sault Canadian Pacific skyscraper eleva tors at Port Georgian Bay and scores of other scenes of natural beauty and objects of absorbing Truly the Great Lakes have given Canada an anvlable name amongst the and tbe Great Lakes trip once will never ifrom ;