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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ar----Amonpt the Canadian Pacific Rockies .1 (1) On the British; Western Front in A 'town near our lines without a house left standing. (2) Tlie German, Offensive. Pilots bring in their reports .as to the position of the enemy, (3) Some ofHhe men who stopped the German wounded but happy. (4) A British dirigible Koving along the coast. (a) A huge German gun cmplacetuenljWhich has been captured by the British. (S) With the Troops in A staE officer -reading message dropped from an_ aeroplane. v OF ft. iTO PARS4IMSE. BY' W" HKN' that colossil "thrust the industrious pldtindshore! artists tea level and so wide and deep that from the which of'bpth the Government and afler one-of the infrequent Jlocky tell upheaved Ibe adian Pacific- Railway, most, of-us rains, a'whole double rainbow.tan be Rocklea Into the prc-hlslpTlc sky to would never have heard or Moraine seen in it, Intact from ejid lo end, Ban the drops its n ness. The Tower' 'Babel and JH. Fay, throw white .heads up. against the blue. There, la] a loneliness ot long .vlgli', an aloof-; ness Irom the world of men; No onfl: wasn t planning a pjaue. ,ior pituii; jo-ua> mere are a lew oream-iaK- siiauusia: uitii.aL uutu me parties. He dropfv.d the nctntillanr ing sights reserved for'tha man of faces of .the placid mountain across Jewel of I-ako Loulsifjnto one un- spiked shoes, who wears his heart' valley and the near slopes arc a reachable cup. He dug oil t a second his mouth, lliil most of 'the wonder- fiorlsls' hciiven oMndlan paintbrush, scour to the east where Paradise Val.'spot! a'ro rnapped and trailed'and There; is :the deep scarlet cypsy 'Icy nov twlsta ils enormous length 'even carriage-mailed so that the-tazl- brush, tho rose rea brush, Ihe palest the evergreen' feet of con- cat is luckiest, and Ihe' fady who pink, the temptuous .mountains. He threw up cant'even ride, let alone walk, may tbo snow-whtle brusli. 'Oatlier an the peaks which men lerni the Weak- jos trot .right Jalo -pamdfse op the armful of Iliem if yon want lo take chcinna the Indian front seat of a taliyho! batk A rialette-splash 'of' color for numeral signifying from It's hard to excurslonize at ycur rootn, A cilyful of lourfsts their aloof summits decreed that1 an for that you can't1 .couldn't lUmide a tingle laughing unknown glacier should: and imagine anything lovelier than "the slope. t crawl and die, leaving Ihe vasl scrap- ylew from Ihe hotel verandah.( But Here Is a rockslide, bare and heap lhat has blocked the valley and even that nalure.poied-an'd-pa'lnled weurnl io desolation, like a'.long made possible that still .solemn, panorama will be heller appreciated'smudge of.ruin between' Ihe scarlet shining mirror of tho clouds which If you gel away from 11 for an'hour- ftctrb. "This fs where you rausl look its 'discoverer fittingly named Mo- or two. Eliarn ami whiglle If you would be re- ralne Lake. Climb up Iho (allyho ladder for warded by I he shuttle a fat jjrey Aller he had done all Ihls and a the drive down !h.c valley.-.marmot over-lhe'xrey ttqneii.' Mar- million other wonderful and prank" of the plunging Dow. You inofs are- or 11 ctlrl- Ish bits of engineering, Ihe moun-i worry aboul hurryljg twrae.agalh.! fd en'loy Ihe tain builder Insulaled his Ttiere'3 "Hie ca'ln nestling up tourist brand of conversation. fteii menu by a couple of thousand niiles araong peaks lhat will coma lo-allcolfon his of prairfe lo tbe anil.lwice the lm "a 'and Ioa3t lnls afternddn legs atop a.big flat rock, cocii- Jeneth of bliw water (ov'ardi Ids a over ijlght if your're fatetauot'. ing his squirrel head' on one side as Eunf.ct. enough .io wish to rise betimes lisisns and perhaps replies-lo None hut tbe bravo deserve Ihe fair, the trout, or artist enough whlsllfng, is lo a great many, o'lherii get her. the cell of the morning reilecllona s'lahl. Xobody who a Yet If it hadn'l been for Ihe restless Moraine that are'packed tipVocrman tout would o'Cthrow, spirits of Ihe ndvcn. andtput away every', a Si0ne nlliim to atop thelf pleasajit" chatter.; .Tlie curtain has on.lhe.'grlni! '.creallon-ilranm a'ud talk stops.' 'mnticallr. Jrom gel oiil otjyour'.carri-j age to the bottom (and toot peaks Hut suing fiilo Ihi afr carrying aloft g'real glftciers and; huge snow crowns a'nd Iho' black carpmenlii of hare rock lhat arc Rtcnp for snow, nut dear almoa.; nherc, mlrilhilzes. Ihfi aal, Ihe colossal vertical dwarfs tMi horizontal elrclcli .o.t. l.Ue.'sllH walcf, Somehow you're glflrl. to' lake ri-_t 'fuge.frbm the Imincosltfea. id tosy little- tea hiuse, there Is concreltncss In loam and a comfort': ablencss In Ihe humAn' size of wide things thai Ij'weJcomo to aonVof you. I Inycn't-clayed overniEht at thii Camp, Uul, It'e a deam of .mlno 1 day EEC (Jueen iswing her chair lo rest on vilh the Great Bear, Et'ar ne to" her. I shall mls 'of tile't'r'e'iSs. to head up' to the stars. 1 em er to know'the why of li'.rcrs, the busy Iranalt-mert, the sue- ir- At last liic :1roarl Ihc. -r, e se- railway builder, and How Valley is feet above valler, lurnlng sharply' lo Ih life of" frhy. pi, tho pilntbrOTh. nml the niarmct, tho clacleV, otid shall' hear" it then. -V. M. -A, ;