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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta 7 f? w'.i i Jv 1 >f el-, Sir Doughs Pays a Visit to Ih, Rhine. (2) DUIv a Dailv Paper PublishedVy the Rhine Army. Our Tornrmes were T u m Th? Do-Vi at Fiiime. (4) The Robert Browning School in Asolo, j ihe S.' 5) sistymie! JeUan Government Warn NottoTouc Fear of Explosion: (6) Marshal Foch Personally Gives Information at to M V. M.-C. dfrrite Refu the Lovely {Laurentians A i, i__________ break airiy from linos f> lloMilT res cteel, after huTtox raced to a semi- drcnUr rpote Jor somo dicteaCB they 'return again to flow along tto Tha tants of Jalros omoag tno roomiaius are WM! Btlee lor summer homes. There are hundreds ol sum- mer homes hull', tiwre already. can he eaeUy purchased and the cwt of owBtructfoa IB not great, for the buiidtag always close at hMd Slany of the best Mmtreal fam- Bliood and Septem- ber in LanreoUaai summer rest- dencea. Amoiuret ttese away from air tbooghts' of Dusloess, from tlic o! the street cars, Uie dust of tho and tto ring pi the tctoobocc botl, one tMiJui ol nota- BKrilont fishing is to had in moat Laurcriltaa laies and Speckled, red, grey and salmon front are caygtt-in. abundance, and DO'aro pickerel and the various species o! bans. That the lakes and rivers adja- cent la the railway-tracks do not now yield so plentiful a harvest for tho fisherman's bag 83 they did a few years thosa who aro spodaJly out for like to fo into f lie iKorfe of ttio lonely districts wjiore Uie tick of Uie fishing tacklo his been tat HUlo heard. Often tto wieMev of fhe hook-and lino several dc-zcn victims in a day. There, is a good golf course St. Margaret, and at the principal re- "-U facilities for bathing, .caaontog, boating arc unrivalled. r, 4 EBKfl When th Canadian Pacific con l-tructod rte railway mile- through -Uw Lottrtnltan Mountains from Montreal to Mount Laurier they gave lo lovers' of nature the key to a most romantic and pic- turesque region. The district in wlllch arc located llca fo the northvic t of Montreal, and COKSM a exttr.t o! country, somo Is yet but little known. Nona of the mountains arc very lofty; gently lo a round summit, while ,others sland up boldly and wear on Ithelr he'd- a cap of shwgy boulders Nearly all are coated with trees from base lo summit, tall pines growing on lot the iitaures in the where one would think they could not find sufficient oil to tpm them Thevalltj, ihatlle teUcen tap ele vatlons were once foresls, bnl nor th aro tut aray and their places [are laVn bj tlottod iraflur" hnii or field from ifhlch Ihe reaper jtalbors a 'hirvrtt -rf Kotowt jgraln In [ho nulumn. Most of the farm home? are hulll of .wood, and on the outside. They hare a nnaint JcnA of Practically all Uie natives of Umrenttao Jloira- are tfcaK tho French langusge, of 1 gootl knowledge Bngllsii Jjfike and treara are mong the mountains. Often the lakes re formed Into a chain by the" con-, ncctlng link of a river; and many of: hem are adorned with picturesque slands, wlifch, in Ihe brlcht sunlight, leem like great bouquets cast on hugo plates of silver. Pcoplo7 from all parts of tho Ameri- can .continent, and from Europe who have Journeyed through this locality have expressed their appreciation of the beauties of the Laurentlans. The climato is healthy, the skies being cloudlets, and the breezes freshening. A few weeks there will restore health to the nervous and overworked, imidst the invigorating atmosphere of theso haunts, Invalids aro often anew lease of life. P" There Is a convenient train through the Sometimes the train climbs to a helghir of feet above the tevcl, and, looking from tns windows one might iho wai lo allow a good vleir of the vale Wlow, NOT and then tho Iraev winds uTotini a. If (o em- brace I'. Often jtmmn? is Mi of the rlrer Fisliing Nenr SI. Marguerite, (2) Canocinj at Val Morin, P.Q.- ;