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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 'SCENES FOLLOWING THE liO ut Oflfrftl Back to Handing in their Rifles before ".Hoarding (he Steamer which Carries Thau Down the Rhine lo'Uotterdim. All Rifles Sealed up Passing Through Dutcii Waters. 12th Brigade Passing in by King Albert it (3) British Police Examining Civilians in the Streets. (4) German Girls Taking out.thc Fuses of Their Chm Shells Before They Arc Sold for Scup Iron. (3) British Nurses'of 'No. 36. Casually Clearinj Station Pay.a Visit lo Rhnie-Naval Pilrol and are !ntereste-Vin one of the- Guns of a Mplor Launch at'Cologne. Canadian Sisters Starling on 1 Tour of the Old Rattle. Fields in a 'Bus Placed at the'ir Disposal by "Hie" Canadian Governmenl. ,r The City of the Reversible m. 4 IfiS? vxfsf-y- "Tl The Bay of Fundy Is famcrus tor Its (Ides which are reputed lo be'lhn hlghect In the world, and the varia-.. tlori In the harbor depth, owing [to the great rise In tbe la from 20 feet at ordinary neap lldcs lo 28 feel of waler al ordinary spring lldts. SI. John Is the winter port of tho C.P.H, and has splendid fiiclllllea for handling ocean Irafllc. Tho harbor Is enleretl from Iwo cbannelg, tho cail channel. being used for. large vessels and that on the west side for smaller '.craft. Numerous stand In the harbor and alongside them there are many capacious warehouses and Eorac big grain elevators. Tbe war has stimulated shipbuilding In SI. John. chjef Miraction for Ihe tour- M to Rt. John ll the flevcrllblG Kails, a curious phenomenon due to iircal Udts. When the tide of Fuody. Bay Is low Ihe walcrs of Ihe SI. John river POITT' under the great rallwaj bridge In Ibe form of rapids, TJut when (ho tide begins lo rise ilj forces back Ibe current of the1 river and gushes up Into 1t3 bed vlth great force. This continues un- lit full tide. Then as the tide re- the immense volume of water In the bed of the river dashes f.o Ibe Uiy In a massive whirling ihtel of foam. At low lldc the piled up wal- ers of the river higher than the pea, and at Mgb tide tbe Incoming flood of the Day of Fundy Is higher Iban the river. That ta the explana- tion of the phenomenon. II is ai cerluln periods of the day that the falls may bo lecn al their best. The rirer U deep, .but no boat, however large, daro ycnluro on these waters ;Sl (1) Tlic Reversible Falls al St. John N.B. (2) Mavtello Tower, St. go lip and don-n Ihe river at qpppr-1 Lunc limed when the. ivaicrs afc.'it thptr mtlrirst incwds. llcifihls overlook [he port of SI. John, Mid ]L 13 here Ibat lower stands, .This lower wss built over a century ago as over Ihc harbor. Smcc lie Canadian Piclllc haa taken over the holel at Dlgby, NOTI Scotli, inonn as "The Ihere U likely to to an In- crrnsed intliix of vlellori to the of In the Uefore f thn Day ol FundT from -New when they arc failing. Small boats j llrunswirk to Dishy there It a great l lo Inlerc.'t :ho iravcllcr in 119 City at SI.: John, coaiTiierciHl capital of N'cw Brunswick. SI. 'John." a popuUllon'qf The lakes -Its- KL John river dlscorrVcd by Cham- plain 'iad de Mdnl's'.oil Juno iCQ'., lha, ff asl rtajr, John Pitmoa. sElilcnie'nt TFSS Aado Until wieri lj Unlled- Kmplt'c -TrhO. h'ad refused lo like the oili Of llleefno to the United Stales after Ik e War of Independcace, made their hdmea at moult of the 3L and founded the cdy, river, ;