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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta BITS OF THE OLD COUNTRY A GLIMPSE AT BANFF (1) The finish of the Hunt Cup, won by Square Measure, at the Ascot Races, England, (2) The old style is still fashionable in England. The photo, shows Mr. George Lockett ready, tx> start in a coaching Marathon from Hyde Park to the Richmond Horse Show. (3) Two lady competitors in the jumping competition at the Dublin Horse Show one of the most fashionable of Ireland's events, which attracts visitors from all parts of the world: Tommy Burns, the Canadian boxer, formerly heavyweight champion of .the world, who bat- tled, with-Joe Beckett, the best of the English' boxers, at Albert Hall, London.. wlth. breakfast eaten, the fire-, thoroughly extinguished, his pack adjusted, he crosses the bridg'e at the camp and.'takes Up the trail toward .White Mdn'e'Pass.' Eight miles beyond the .bridge Is ah open draw-on the.left (which-niust not be mistaken for the jjbpve pass) through his way, an d. three .miles "more do a .rough slopa brings him Into mining-town of im- portance., Tho evening, train of the C. P.-R.'will tere pfck'nlm In short time land him among: th'o solid .comforts of