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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .':(ie LF/IMIBRIDGF. DAILY TI'.IiALD PAGE ELEVKN spatitax :^rOT^KJt JOlTvS slain SOXS REIGIMENT; SEEKS DWVY AT J-'liOXT WHERE ITEU BOY HAD DIED: (;()ks to his unit as y. M. c. a. can'rEF ork City,, ones, drop prospoeta of careers, and' entered the war ne wa.s among tho to bo a Y. M. C. A. canteen worker. | prepare for the most infernal war! first to resiffn his business connec-In service to the living tlii.s Spartan j the world has ever known. They have i tion for the training camp, whore ha mother has cho.=ien her substitute for j wilbout complaint, with a ' was commissioned and sent to Frnnca ^,,,,j__,,,,., :, . , ' deteniiination to put forth the best among the earliest. i mourning. Jo make it more -'P- and highest within them. American A few days after General Pershing propriate, she is to serve tho canteen ; rnothers, no matter how their hearts | had cabled the news of her son's attached to the regiment of her dead may bleed, must rise to the leading i death, Mrs. Gareissen decided to go son. Lieutenant Scott McCormick, i of their sons. And if those idolized ' to France and filed her application for the colonel and other oflicers of i sons fall, still they must rise, keep-i with the Y. M. C. A. War Work the unit joined in u request that"----------- . ./---.^u-----.....u. -----c---------- the Y. M. C. A. detail her there upon hearing of her determination to work in France. Taking her place with the mothers ing ever before them their sons who. Council for canteen work. She kept have gone up and up. In other the fact from even her most inti-words, they must be worthy of be- i mate friends, among them Provost ing mothers of the boys of today." I Marshal General Ehoch N. Crowder,| _______^ _ ._____ Mrs. Garoissen's son, Lieutenant | until a few days before she left'forj of France who, though bereaved,' McCormick, was lulled on January' France. NOT M M FRAU N IHESE LESF 0 Otuiwii, .Tune 2!l.-A. MfC.ill. Dominion analyst has issued four bulletins rontainiuK bis conclusions after conducting an inspection of wines and 11- � � > : > ? REcilPROCITY ON ? > SALE OF SECURITIES LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN I Girls! Make bleaching lotion if skill is , sunburnedj tanned-OT freck|ed; , �/ Squeeze the julce'of two^linens.into �a bottle contai.nl^ig three ounces of Orchard White, shako well, and you have a quarter pint of the best freckle, sunburn and tan lotion, and complexion boautifler, at very, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilnl counter will supply three ounces of'Orchard While foT" a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion Into the face, neck, firms and hands each day and see how freckles, sunnurn, wlndlmrn and tan disappear and how clear, soft and white the skl\i bocomea. Yes! It Is harmless. Being Prepared la the main thing before you take your car out for a long trip. , Tho work we do in VULCANIZING Is considered the best and will last as lon^' as tlje .tire. GIVE US A TRIAL. , Lethbridge Tire and Repair Staition^ F. B, McKlnnon, Proprietor | 305 Sixth Street S. Lethbridge, Alta. Phon� 495 "SERVICE THAT SATISFIES" WashinBton. .Tune 1!'J.- \ reciprocal agreement will lie entered Into next week by tho "capital Issues commlttoo and Sir Thomas White, Cana-'dlart minister of finance for joint control of the sale of public or private eecurilios of one country In the other. i : : : : : : : > >  OLF COURSES HAVE ei USE Mil WMF Means of Amusenu'nl to Community-Recreation for iVlanv W'iishiii.'tlon. D.c. .lunc -What pruniiso,>, to bo a ih'v. |i1i;ico in llu' history of the greai aimMiraii kIi' ronr-sos was oxompllficil ;il thr CiiUiniblii (Unintry club near :\ fi-w dii.vs ago, when tho pulili(- w;is iiivlli.'d to Iho grounds to wilin.'ss ;ni exhibition by several of the Krcalcsi .Aincrican amateur and proro.i:^iuiuil piayiTs. It was llic> first li.ilf lioliday m' thi' siimincr for tho lhi]U,wind.-i of Knvorn-mont oniidoyos in \\ asliiiiKioii, many or whom an: straiiK'-rs. :iiiil ilie (lull's j invitation was aci'i|iiiMl wiili :i ru.sli I'liwards of 10,000 aiiloiiiol)ili\-' wcro parked ouisldo tlio grounds ol' llio c'liib and a groat I'lultitudo (-iiiio liy trolley mid on fo);. For :i day iliii^ lilthorto oxclusivo oiganizatlon bo oamo a coiiiiiiiiniiy soi-iuf r.'uior and a public aiiiusenii'iii park Saw Game For First Time. .Many persons wliu had ni'vor hclorc wituossoil a golf g;iioc tr;inipoi| iir:iinicl I tho course In tlio waki; of Chick � i'::vans. Walter i'. Il;l^'lll, .liiini>s Har-! lies and l^'rod Mcl.^oil. Tlii'y saw Iho ; last naiuod oxpiTf nrgotiato llio In | holes of the llireo nillo couirie in oT | Ktrokoa, which is only lliroo lio'ow ; par. 'i'lip (.'amp .Moi^s bund I'lirnish- I od music for tho occasion, and ii .'^iio- ' 1 clal thrill was providod when iln.' Waslilngton-.Vow York norial |io.sl flew over tho groiMi and dolivorod a special sack of lotiors to r I'lrr /liyfitrs, 1 coiisullcd spccialLsts, took nioilicinos, lived lotions ; biii nuiliing did mo good. 'i'hoii, I lic;;an to use "Fruit a-livo.s" ; and io l.'i da\.'i, ibp pain �us easier and tho lilioiiniali.sm was bottler. (.Inidually, '^''tiiil-a-tivs" o:eriaiiii' iity h'ht'tniiali-^fn: and now, for live year.'^, I have bad no rotiiin of tlio Ironlile. Al.so, 1 had sovoro J-'.c-:c}Hii o'lii Ci'i:s'ifillt-iii most practical recipes submit-I ted in our recent cash prize % competition. It is intended to assist in the conservation of food and to eflfcct savings in home cooking and baking. AIM^rlived by Canhr .?loO.OOi) for the lied Cross on the Fotixtli of .Inly. Similar matches will he played IhiH year and it is expei.-tcil that, a much larger aiiiouiu will be realized. The (hird reason Is (lie idea of comioiinliy eiiteriaiiiiiioul. When a golf eliib periodically opens its doors to the general public it is then cap-abb^ of alfording amuseiiienl to as many persons jier acre of land and per dollar iiivctitod as' any recroailon institiiticii in the country. Ii Is believed iliat tho example of the Col-unibia Country club will bo followed by many of the other golf organizations whleli are accessible to great cities. New Idea of Game. One result of Ibis movement will he to give tho iiublie an entirely new idea of the game. Golf has been popularly regarded as the best sport of rich men, as a game of fashion and lelMuro. rRciuiring .jnucli money and time, but no greut skill. This inipros-sioii i.s iiiidoublediy due to the fact that Its per cent, of .\mericans have never seen a'gulf game, they Imagine the sport as a group of plutocrats dribbling' a little round hall across a lawn with lackeys serving iiighballs at every liole, aiid a Scotch altaitiod hy the golfer is v.ell illils-| irated by a sti-oke made by liariicr. He placed l!i(erve to show the pix-islhi-litles of a game whieii has takt'ii cen- | lories to develop. Need Recreation. " Till! whole question of riicrealinn in jrelalicm lo lite war is involved in this I one! of whether the golf I'ourses should go, or should be made to yielrl the greatesi amount of aiiuisenieni to llie greatest ir.imber. Soiuo porrioiis seem lo have taken the view that we have no lime lo play, tiiat all energy and all .space should he directly devoted to the business of winning the war. Itiit. on tho other hand) there has ! never been such a wide popular �io-iiiand for amusement as there Is now. Americans are nervous workers, who ^ aihieve in burslH of energy, and must � then have relaxation. It la probable lhal rather than cdoao our golf c.our-..^^ SOS .Mill leiiiii.o, courts, we should ex-,f,; liaud tile means of recreation so that ~ th" piihlie will be better able tolj. stand the strain of war work. NEKI) ALL WOOL K FOR THE MILITARY'^ Chicigo. June 29,-A bulletin of the National Sheep and Wool Bureau today stated that a large part of the present raw wool stock In this country and all of it to be produced or imported to about June .20. 1920. will be required for military use. The bulletin adds th�t there are large stocks of manufactured clothing and cloth on hand adequate for essential civilian use. bt of  Don't Bay Anytbins in Heriald The something you get for nothing is probably worth it. but the poor tea you buy cheap is a loss. Drink BLlPIilBBON and get valud If:: - - Mair'syour Pride USE HERPICIDE THAT air of refinement, that illusive charm � which beautiful hair gives is now within the reach of every woman. If you have longed for a preparation tliat would actually stop falling hair, rid your scalp of dandriiff and transform unsightly and unruly hair Into lustrous beautiful tresses, you will certainly find it in Jiewbrols ICerpicide lOvon the sensation of Iheo first application will nbHoiijtoly convince you. llerplclde is an Indispensable requisite of overy househojd where personal pride and cleanliness reign. Hcrpiclde stops that annoying itching of'the scalp, strengthens the hair roots and promotes health, vigor and luster of the hair'undreamed of before. Herplcltle' while . MRN: It your face smarts after sUaving-apply a little your face is w.oC, Just ti'.v It. Toll youi> barber aboutit., > ." llerplclde for Motlier, Father, Sister and tho Boys. CAUTION! The high tax.8n: alcohol,:.d,Ue to ,the war, has cauted.'a flood of watery hair dressings that keep the hair damp and sticky and'chlU the scaln by slow evaporation. The stimulating and antiseptic action,'�' '*. s.. ^ of alcohol is a^�80lutely necassary and Npwbro's Herplelde (contJiipT -f/^/i^ry^^ - e, Ing 40% alcohol) will be kept up to the standard regardless of <^/\^ ^.:';;d�-' the cost. Do not delay, buy a bottle TODAY. Sold by Druff and Dep't Stores Applications a^ the Better barber Shops J. D. HIGINBOTHAM �, CO,, SPECIAL AGENTS 77?282 0961 ;