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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ALLIES ON THE OVER THE GREAT LAKES w WwSfi fMlSfri; m II tWS? sfes kSJr: i-Sl 'J i' lA L- a 5 Ms SixtJ, ;SS S ?Vfi m m m m f S mii. rtv-'KS? -C sf-rff. r c. f> SESSs'-.V! t- ui' J'.'-J (Co? pSfe-s --iij t-j ?i on ihe barks of -j- Gunners a slickof cordite ihey'are about to burn. up of rrflis on board [he slearner through Dutch waters. boat iviiich was -blown up whilst taking in petrol at Cologne. which is being shown outside the Cithidral, Cologne tishinj on.the Sea.. Gen SK: H; Piumer and Wi Robertson visit Ujfi navy on Sailing on the Great Lakes A 1 t V I i The C.'P.'R, Steamer Manitoba on tha and Her Captain. FortjTVIlIiajn ana Poll Arttnr. Tho llrae o! Uic Journey Is t lillle Lhan two daya; and on the CMltiound' journcr there are Bimllar callings as outward. Sit on deck In the long throlAlng Iwlltgnf. You nre In tbe north Jicrc, aud you can read at nine o'clock nL nfshL You can walth tho past Blip by In canoe, dodging behind the dark Islands of Georgian Von can smell mllca of iraler In tbc Jbrcczc, and rallca.of northern Unda beyond again. You can llBlcn to the cries ol.the wheeling Wrcls, Iho lingering liquid ,lap of.tbc Vave? against the boat-Bide, the fiuV audlble converse of Canadian OMt. For it Is over these Great Ivakr.s Ihat (he naraca of tboao bcr6 explorers and inlsjlonsrtcs -wbo cstabllsnnl New France arc most profusely, ccaltcrol Jollct, Ralle, KennepJn, Hedlsson; and tbe rest of thai brave company'. But perhana you ars nol BO milch Interested In tbc even In tbe In the present For such i mundane pc-rscri there aro diversions limilid only by jnur own TJcre Is iKo novelty of ship life and Ins coMforl of luxurious accommo- dation. Thero la tbo cbummlnc Greit Ijakes are situated in tbe Start of the Me? KIcoll, for erample. Is almost a thousand miles by -water from tne Udal form Inland oceans across wbloh luxurious mod- em carry hollday-imVlns passengers. Lake Suncrloi 1.1 the largen body of fresh water In Iho world. It Is over 350 miles 160 miles wide, with an of (quart miles and In places a depth of feet, Huron has aa area of square mllej. This journey across Great Lakes offers, either u a round trip complete In Itself, or as a break In aa railway oi the most deMjhtfuljexciirsloas, full ol tke'-roost ciereeikle recreiUlou, and cifolVniataficed1 by. Ihe most htaUh- ttvllg'qualllleii, thai could be found; anywhere. Tie C.r.R. slvca the fiavellcr bL< choice of twe a wMk from Tort MeNIooll and out from Owen Sound. Tne rftule is across the Georgian liar Into Huron, past that lake's numer- ous Islands, of which Manltoulln Is the .largest, through the Boo Canal, Ihinct across Lake Superior to tlis mafdnj. of new acquaintances, tho deck canvcrcAilons every- thing under the the (llrta- tlons T-hero li nlihor loungliig: Sa'Suony or pfoiftensdeg deck In tho healthy, -brctfzes. At nljni Ih'erc of concert oritflfd.party, clearing HwAy; the danco on (ho vcraiidati cafe. TJicro In the pleasure of EollcHous service mnd of an tin- that proridcj for ravenous (for what'makes oven the drspcpllc FO hungry A3 sea hrDCzf-S real inc-als of lha real and fimoiia marine ;