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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1921, Lethbridge, Alberta Quebec Winter European Heads 4 (1) Snow-shoe race opposite the Chateau Frontenac, Quebec, (2) Fair Quebec skiers. (3) On the Chateau Toboggan Slide, Duf- ferin Terrace, Quebec. (4) Kiddies on Citadel Hill, Quebec. (5) The greatest thrill of Quebec winter sports, Bobsleighing on Citadel Hill. Lewis gunners preparing for any emerg- ency in Cork city, Funeralpf R. I .C. hero. Comrades carry- ing the remains of D. 1. T. O'Sullivan from the church to the grave. Commander Sir Thomas Fisher, K.B.E., K.N., General Manager Canadian Pacific Ocean Sen-ices. Commander Kir Thomas Fisher, K.B.E., E.N., burn in Birmingham in 1883, and cnter.-id the Navy as a Cadet. At the time of the Boxer Rebellion he spent four years in Chinn, and promoted Lieutenant at the age of 20. He hfts held a number of important Staff appointments, and for some time was a lecturer at the Naval College, Portsmouth. On the outbreak of the European -war he went to sea as Flag Commander Admiral Sir Alexauder Bethel, commanding the Reserve Fleet. In the win- ter of 1014 he joined the Tmde Division of the'Naval Staff, where he was in charge of the organiza lion dealing with questions relating to neutral snip- ping. In 1916 he was technical representative in the for the of nratrsl shipping by .Allies. Sir EerrcJ on many Government commit- tees dealing with commercial and shipping matters including the Coal Exports Committee and the Board of Trade Committee for the conservation of Coal When the United States came into the war he suc- ceeded Kir Thomas Hoyden, Bart., as liaison officer between the Ministry Shipping and the United States Shipping Board. In this petition he had an opportunity at examining on spot the transport problems of Canada and the United and he rained a deep insifht into conditions on the Western Continent. Sir Thomas Fiaber retired from the in 1919 and was appointed General Manaj-er of the C P O S. in July year. Sir Ernest M. Raeburn, K.B.E., General Man- ager Canadian Pacific Ocean Services for Scotland. Eueu Raeburn, K.B.E.. son of Sir ,M-P-. was born on December loth, 1878, and married Greta Alison, daughter of Engineer Captain J. H. Watson, R.N. He was educated at kelyinside Academy, Glasgow, and bc- business of Raeburn vorel, Ltd., Shipowners, Glasgow, for 10 .Subsequently he was appointed to the Transport Department of. Admiralty shortly after ontbreak of war, and afterwards became private Secretary to Sir Joseph Maclay, Bart., Shipping nn assistant to Sir Thomas Royden, Bart, in u ashington, D.C., and was made Director of Trans- port Department, Ministry of Shipping, New York and Director General, British Ministry of Aew York Sir.Ernest was appointed General Man- ager ror .Scotland of the C. P. 0 S effective let -Tim....... ItL, WANTED A "LOWER" called a feminine voice as S. L. Landers, secretary of the Hamilton, Ontario cemetery board answered the telephone in his office. "Give me a lower for to-morrow after- requested the lady. "Who is it he queried. "It's for myself, I want a lower barth for the 4 o'clock cheerfully replied the voice at the other end of the wire. "You want a lower berth for 4 o'clock to- morrow repeated the secretary- then added, "Madame, this is the cemetery." "Oh, my came in terrified tones from the lady; "I thought it was thft T, H. and B." The cemetery telephone number is ]320 and the T. H. and B. 7320. ;