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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta OLD COUNTRY IN APPLE BLOSSOM TIME (1) The Queen presenting tie 'Army Football Challenge Cup to the winning team at Alder- ishot. (2) Prince Albert and Henry going to the Ox- ford and Cambridge boat race. (8) Princess Mary at Postmans' Charity Con- cert, Bromley, Kent. She was received by Postmaster-General and the Mayor of Bromley. (4) The Docks at the Runcarn terminus of the Manchester Ship Canal, Is crowded with loaded barges owing to strikes. (5) The King's Levee at St James Palace. presentation of the Bar. (6) General, Townsend, hero of Kut-El-Aasarai who is in New York, on a visit. (7) Mr. Mallaby-Deeley, Dublin, broke the clothing prices and had his windows broken (8) The Lighter Side of novel hockey match at Sandy Mount, Dublin. The. ladies were dressed as men, under the name "Gentlemen from Mars." (9) The Cambridge crew coming in. after the race against Oxford. 1LJ J mm APPLE BLOSSOM TIME IN EVANGELINE LAND V W y -.v Slos'dc _. _ alley, ?3cva, Siofctd- W i June la apple blossom (o N'or- In Nova gcotta, land of and Acadfang, U, too, is apple blossom time. Then fhere la a hundred mile belt of apple blossoms around quaint Annipoits superb in their fragrance and peaceful beauty as they wore la (he Urns of whiei wrote his famous poem. The land fits (he poem, or, per- haps, ia a poem In seems Ifkc delicate, fragrant dream, far. from the slrujgle burry of whcrs rest and peace and slrapie leautf Tters 13 a klntl of sadnesa mlicii irlth all this Quiet a. memory of olhcr times, and oni- feels a haunting mra-- tery while Klantllngr Kazlng a'. Cape Blomldon, which in turn still looks compttsaiooslcly on tho sands There the were cmhirtcd on their Bad journey. Tall, wraith- like ships by tie month of the Guperoaii r.hips, rid- ing on rlvtr of drtams. Tho firftat Maslclan hw Inld his wondrous spell upon the land. Perhap? It ia this vcrj- peaceful- ness tbia scmWence to yorld that !a brlr.slns Canadian.? aid Americans to Evangcllrie Land. Thli famoufl place lies alon? the Atlantic Hallway nma throuji. the heart of tbe'Aeadian C'mmti-.- whcro a statue in being erected to the memory of Eransellno. Many people so there la the lite nunimef, loo, lo lake part !n tho Cherry Carnival at Hear Iltror, -Kith Its rustic Eporfs hospilalliy lisp thai of Uagltnd Ir. ths fltvs ;