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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOCFOUR LETHBHIPCE 14, 1910 She tUDccta ,V1D WEEKLY ,J and Publishers THE HERALD PBINTINO COMPANY, LIMITED 343 oin KFtit South, Uslhbrldje W. A. Bichanan VrMktent Maiajlnj Director Mm -ttrrtnif ilaBJEe i TELiPHONSS Builiiew Office 1M2 122-i Member Audit Bureau of Clrcu'alions Subscription delivered, per aet......J Uail.1, UVli Tiri DaUy. dtllYerad. per year...... 1-55 Daily, br mid. per Weekly, by mail, ycr year by mail, year to C.S. 3.00 resular esprcpslon. "It Icmks like rain." This, howner. hai_ aU-aya ended in dtsapjMjintmenr. Just AS OIL in in y occasions U has had (he same experience cere. to ,Lbe dry spell in Eng- land, en at'.lele ID (he Tim PS Indulges m a. reiuiuUcence ol loui ago weather lib lory, h shafts lhat the dryness experienced via not altogether ab- in fart nolhlnf as compired to former Yleitnions. Digging Into ancient archives It thai IQ 12Sl there was "A) graat a .d.-oughi thit aeu pftittd pter the Thames dry- shod between Wesluunsier and Ij.m- be th aaJ oTer the Medway between. StriXKl and in ride over on rMback near London In Opening Programs Splendid and Large Crowds Are in Attendance (From Our Owr. Cor reived rail MACLEOD. July opening of Iht? summer acuoo. well eltexiled Saturday mornlnc at the caap ou tho IslanJ park, and (be evening session vie one of en- long drought. itaouiBuds of persons passed tbc Thames on foot under thi> ardiee of Lomlou Bridge." lu ihem spellbound mid them wlih her through ihe catlre evening. Music was prortJeJ by menihera of ihe orchestra. Sunday mornlnpr serrJrc in ibe Tresbyterlan church Iras tiieii by Rev. J. K. while PA AICKED UP SSING igfrS FOB TUK VIAS population !i to ba I Mrs. 3. 3. DuMIeld died suddenly WEB niter. Mrs. EUen C. Bidder, i pioneer o[ Marysvilte, B. C-, Is dead. STMljraes Is coDiMtrinE Incorpor- ation as a Drouiht eilsls IB ill o' slon' Iroquols Falls U threatened with huge forest fire In ibe IninicdliU vfolnllj-. Evelyn writes: -Such B droujht pulpjt o( the Methodic t church Fred Allord, Brentford died Ms the- the ueit as is 1101 tn my metnory dropping Irotn in the for the XtrisiiDSi to June 2J, scarcelr anj" rain." :Datu of espiry of snbscripiione ap- pear dilly on address libel. Acdfo--, t Wiiii what bhiory relates in a COUQ- bnce ct papers atter eiptration Is our suihoritj- to continue the CONDITIONS IN GALT GARDENS. "From t-omplaiDls It woald that are ea ihaf being state :rr associated with u'ei phculJ not be- J-tre, filled by Hev. 's. fiallowar- All those In resldeiuiu at 1uo; cirap at- tended iha churches lu town Sunday MUs Selgel entertained those In Ibe camp. The evening ser- vices of the clmrchet ware withdrawn to all 10 ailer.d the summer school RST: .Powell _. ierlul sermon on "The Present Day There is Ihe conflation lhat lo lbe iflree flrowd of aitcn. cauld easily have be-ju a griat'tlvc listeners. The whole tongrsga disheartened in that ilie condiiion of a Thames" might been ropeat- eJ here- Decorate ou the ]9ib. ihe choir, "and they made he woods echo and rc-ecfco Iheir ongs. A irfio nud easy song service vas held, when ihe old iiymns nrolher used to slug were enjoyed 'Ify o! allowed in Gait Gardens M-hfch-K.-not creditable to iliDEt .nbcr are presumed lo be respon- sible tor Lbe looses after ot public .places. -That a pleasure spot .ft tbe fotarl of Ihe cilv. Tight in ihe public t-se, "should bn suffered to into ihe tondltlc-D In which it is said to "There is no reason vh'y the GsrJeiis- should be iurnM a loalins ground. Worse than that It Is a disgrace dial respectabte clll- as related, should be subioct to ifisuUing remarks by lazy frequenters. Beyond this there is llie inlury Uone ID Lhs' grass by its being madt ihe iieddin'g sroutid of sundry of Ibe loaf- Isg Gardens are tfto pride of the cily. With what the grounds, on -which mach care and eipcuse are IjvUhed, are, they arc In'.ended [or tbe pleasure and recreation of all clUzens. Instead of this, as conditions are at present, ticlr sole use appears to be that oi a loatine centre, making it un- pleasant vbo wish lo avail the gar- deuVaiford veil nigh an Tp'' wHh naked .leet -Epravrl- Ing_oa the. grass. Is. not an Blluring jircfap'ecl, without any rtterence tp the ed -to-be made. In all well-appaiatEd cilles there are rules aild regalailons In'regard tp iSe pablic parks. therfe abould be-an-excep- [n_lhls_maller. in'lhe I.sUi- liildg'e.- Tfet'the heart of tbe cUradds to 'tfie oltence of sppcrrjslon pparenjly is lh6 case.- .It'is .even salrt who are-1 responsible tor ot.the gra'sa. ib. Gait In their crtain areas a're'iaken ol joafcrc, of tie.trees, as th'ty fezlat' in' Gall DRTC been7 per to' be, "shOuk Lei ihe flags fly on Saturday. In refcarj lo Gait, Gardens, use is apparently ma do abuse, The Senate had a long inntDgs in ancient Home before it was abolished. Will hUlory repeat in Canadn? Opportunities .for sUimg their case nllorred clric aulhoriilos are wbole- s6me. TTiei "Earo them from being sometimes misjudged. Southern AlberLa is not ihe only spot which the man who "holds the watering known as Aquarius, has. forgolten. According to what may be said lo public opinion, the Senate needs i come .under tbe Reconstruction not Gar dcna' a re: tor. ihe rec rca 1 o BJI citizens, fliey jnade (he Eelfish yosslssloa of o o Uha by iLelr action DO c'iily" lo'kke objedlonabli la others but destroy Ilid" beauty 6 ,the.ciij-'s beauty snol. Gait Garden are oped lo all, but sUould lie lighll Used by nil. The farmers ot Barons who cannot to the need of irrigation TldenUy-'like' the- proverbial' woman couTinced against her Trill, ts of v: Jewish, alderman. In1 a Borough oancirin the rem hat if there had noihcen a free suppl> 'and nraoaa, Ibe Israelites ould not'have remained so" long in he 1 We Have Recdvfed Orders to Buy all Classes! of Cattle to be Shipped to Dakota, and are Pre- pared to Pay Full Market Price. i _ Phone or! Wire KNIGHT WAI IN Phone 1846 Co., Ltd. Lethbridge An Impromptu porch party with a Victor- Vidrola _ _. 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