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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FRINGE OF WALES AT COPS AT -X' V Jf -w X. U 1 X (1) The Prince of Wales leaving Eton Col- lege, escorted through the ranks of Eton boys by the professors. (2) London women police now have motor cycles arid side cara to facilitate rescue work. Helping a drunken man. (3) Electric bullseye lamps are now re- placing the oil lamps in London Police Force. Thousands were Distributed re- cently arid will be Kept up until the whole force of ;raen are supplied. A policeman charging the lamps. (4) Beautiful Irish Catholic Church des- troyed by fire at Rathmines, Dublin. The dome alone was .an exquisite work of art, (5) Belgian Glass Industry in England Men working on the furnaces where fancy Window-glass is made. (6) Sir Aukland Geddes, who has suc- ceeded'Ambassador Grey to the United States, .and resigned his Principalship of MoCill sity, i (7) The spectacle of these jrirls disporting themselves In January on an English beach in bathing1 dvess. startled the residents. They were'acting their part of a film play. (8) An advertisement in Berlin for buying gold and silver; 11 paper marks are offered foi 1 sihei, and 350 paper marks for ono 20-mark gold' A MINIATURE PARIS ms ifa? yjpfssf., Upper Picture is Eonror Quebec, the Chateau Frontenac, and Dufferin Ten-ace lower Picture is River St. Lawrence and Levis Heights, from Quebec. r X I 'i fa> c, .tie largwt of provlnoM, u an Bnglteh tnve'.fr, of the low-lying shores which Mro their ildn to Ito of the St. Laurence, ezcliime with un- usual enUiusIasra. "But tkls Is cot a nsw world, with tbe crudtaew of a new, It !s an It Is the whitewashed cotUctw tvlth their jtllow roofs sllntlmi in the >un, amidst tho sretnery of meadows aad the xenllo of hills, which causes tho exclamttion. From the decks of tho Mtamert whlc'd ply: tip and down the Vlvcr, one ctn hear the song of the habitant flahcrmo who live In tlin white- washed coltagci. fs one of their chorustia: "Dcrrlere cbcz tnon pcre, Dtrrlerc chex mon pcre, Kcrrlero choz raoa II y uu itornmier doux." Rlslnr here and Ihero In sia eminence above the ore horaflB of the morr; prosperous, old inandr housu which date from tho time when Ihs Gorcrnors from the homeland ruled ttic new colony. There arc hotels for the victors and selves into camps for all who prefer tkls kind life to tho conventional One of the "show places" Is Monli calm's house, a racdesl frame cot. tagc which stands modestly between grer.l grey clone buildings. Another is the convent of tho Franciscan nuns, before whoso altar two figilrea and Montoalm. Tha poiicemen are in white arc Then French the czbbles art- there is Sous lo Cap, tho narrowest dre.ia their prospective fares wlfii' street in Canada. Qoeixo City Is a miniature Paris set on a mountain nude racnjoraWe hy the laet battle fought by Wolr.o "Volture, monsieur? Caiache, roon- sieurT' In the Glimmer, tho population cnoush to receive U is just wldo tho motors ot It has funny bridges reaching from ono upstairs window to the cnc. race to the strains of a Military I Tho Chateau Fronlcnac la re. band. Dr they visit tho sacred j production of an eld French chateau. shrine o! Etc, Anna do Baaupre, I it looks out on a bis stone-paved where the maimed and (be halt anrjj court, where ono may expect to scs the blind haTe been healed of their j cavaliers riding, with clanking spurs afflictions. Orlhcyinakc excursions, seventeenth cjatuiy uniforms, to Monlmofency Falls or In This la Quebec in summer. Clue- a habitant village at the foot of In winter is Just as say, Jus! aa monnlaln. They drive tbratigh the IrrespousiWe, just as riurcr. liltlo itrects of (ho if it is no! raors so. The slc-ishs are city, past liish flone walls that crimson and .ire pileil sholter a building from whoso rugs. Tho bells Jinglo and chimp turret the bells pour their silver: and every one is merry. Thero is treasure Into the lap of stowing J and skiing and 'tobogganing. An Archcvciiue in a broad-brimmed No ona minds the tweaks that Jack bat .1 long purple robe- stands [Frost gives at human noses, for before the tall Iron 'gates. Groups every one is Joyous with the brilliant of children, newly released from sunshine turning tho snow-garbed school, bare their at< bow I world Into a diamond-studded ;