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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta French British sol diers enjoy a card game during a 2 A busy scene on a road to the western 3 A direct hit on a man 4 Scoutins squadron in France who fry low and use their 5 A working party ing duck board over a sup port line trench at 6 pilots and observers German J 7 Jocks taking a chahci and dash across in front of enemy 8 An ammunition dump which we fired before re Have You Been to War Strain Specialist GCirVtOA T I Ul I t Swimming Poo ar can These are war and Im too uusy to talie a I work all day and and I nave the energy for a said a business man who in addition to his own of fice work attended each week a dozen or more patriotic and war committee x No wonder that Jii time the doctor was sent and ordered him to a He did not remember the headline that he wrote in his school copy book A stitch In time saves otherwise a month at a holiday re sort would have saved him a year of ill Nature is the one great healing physician for the tired and and nature is always best when using She but she prevents in all cases wbere a breakdown is threaten resorts of thia country are tt their brightest during August and The hard working home fighter needs Ifiave as much as the soldier needs his period of recreation behind Jhe firing lines and every train should bring visi tors to An napolis trout New Brunswick with its golf links at to tho silvery ices and streams of Quebec and to the Canadian Pacific and their thousands of square miles of Alpine where trails load up to the and where thousands the summer hotels at Lake Field and The stream of tourist traffic flows to Vancouver Inland and on to Alaskfy the of the In spita of war Canada still retains good service pas sengers on her Life has becuniB and one has to bo content sometimes with an upper while the regulations of tha Food Board are rigidly observed on the dining but the health re sort IB recognised not as a but a and Canadai summer travel promises to lie IT tlve as ;