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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm OFFENSIVE-AMMUNITION DUMP FIRED />.-i7 A,j?ifS ^roi/A'n syoj^c pr (1) French and, British sol-diers enjoy a card game during a rest. (2) A busy scene on a road to the western front. (3) A direct hit on a G^. man 18-poiinder. (4) R, A. P., Scontirwr squadron in France who fly low and use their gfuni, - (5) A working party carry^ ing dnck boards over a support line trench at night. (6) R, A F. pilots and observers marking, German positions. (7) Jocks taking a chancd and dash across in front of enemy guns. =f7 Have You Been to Dof. Nature, War Strain Speciarist? 'On UWe eanltorlum. � - He did not remember the hcatlUno "These are war times, an^ I'm too that he wrote In hfs school copy-Inisy to taUe a holiday, r work all book: "A stitch In timo saves nine, ed , lEftes and stroania ot Quebec and' still retains good service .for pas- llollday resorts of this country ar� okarlo, to the Canadian Pacltlo sougors on her raU^^uys. ''>f�^>'�^ �t the r brightest during July, August HocUios, and their Ihousunds of become .Unpler, and one has to lo Iir^Ipten^or. The h^rd wor..n� s.nare ..les of AlpU.e paW. where C^e^Son^ Swimming Poo! -aF'�anfT Inisy to ta'.ie a holiday, r work all book: "A stitch In timo saves nine," and Seiitemoor. ino njirn ivurmufi mimv.� ,.. ...^.............., ------ day and.night, and r have uot the otherwise a month at a holiday re- hojne fighter needs Ipavn as much trails load up to the Klaclers, and berth, while the reRnlations ot tlie fenergy for a hcrflday,''said a business sort would have saved him a year of as the soldier needs his period ot -ivhero thousands visit the summer Food Hoard are rigidly observed on man who in addition to his own ot- \\\ health. .Nature la the one great recreation behind J.he firing lines; hotels at Banff, Lake boulne, Kield the dining cars, liut the health reflet work attended each %veek a healing physician for the tired and and every train should bring visi- and Glacier. Tlie stream ol tourist sort Is recognised not as a luxury, dozen or more patriotic and war overworked, and nslture Is always tors to Kvangelino's^apple-sweet An- traffic flows ouj� to Vancouver Inland but as a necessity, and Canada'! corumlttee meetings. ^ (lest when u.sing prevcntallvcB. She ' napoils N'alloy, trout etriiamcJ .\ew and on to Alnsk^, the 1/dnd of lha summer travel promises to he a' �o� No wonderthat lii time the doctor' cures, too^ but she prevents In all Brunswick with its golf links at St. llidnlglit Sun. tlvo tt.3 eVcr. - ' was sent for, and ordered him' to a cases where a breakdfjwn Is threaten- Andrews-by-the-Soa, lo the tilivcry "l"'*' war conditlous, Canada ;