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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I UK DAILY SLAIN SEEKS DUTY AT FRONT WttEKE llEll BOY HAD DIED IOKS TO II fS UNIT AS CANTEEN WORKER ADDITIONAL SPORT HAVE REAL USE ARE NOT WASTEFUL I Means of Amusement to Com for Manv promises to be new phiisiIn the his tory of the American golf four HOS was exemplified it the Country club near hero a when the public was tho grounds to witness an by several of the grontisi amateur and professional Scobb MKbrmicU Her son slain in France while j as a lieutenant in the Amerj Jean Mabel Fonda Gareissen has left her home at I 490 Riverside New York to be a canteen In service to the this Spartan j mother has chosen her substitute for J To make it more apj she is to servo the canteen attached to the reprimcnt of Her dead Lieutenant Scott for the colonel and other officers or i the unit joined in a request that the detailher thereupon hearing of her determination to work in Taking her place with the mothers of France though have worked to aid the Garoissen made tHe following ex planatory statement Our sons belonged to a peace loving They had to leave loved drop prospects of and prepare for the most infernal war I the world has ever They have done this without with a determination to put forth the best and highest within American no matter how their hearts j may must rise to the leading i of their And if those idolized sons still they must keep ing ever before them their sons who i have gone up and In other they must be worthy of bei ing mothers of the boya of Gnroissens Lieutenant was killed on January Oareissen 17 last by hand grenade Before attending the first Plattsburg i camp for officers training he was in the employ of Edmonds When the United States entered the war he was among tho first to resign his business tion for the training where ha was commissioned and sent to Franca among the I A few days after General Pershing had cabled the news of her sons Garcissen decided to go to France and filed her application with the War Work Council for canteen She kept the fact from even her most inti mate among them Provost Marshal General Enoch until a few days before ghe left forj NOT VERY FRAUD IN HBE Dom inion analyst has issued four bulletins containing his conclusions after con ducting an inspection of wines and 11 sugar and strained honey sold in The inspection of the first two named commodities were conducted as a result of com plaints received by the Inland Rev enue department in the case of the substitutes were being sold as the genuine and in tha TRY El Producto Perfecto 15c El Producto La Flor de 2 for La JFraosa Perfecto lOc WHOLESALE REPRESENTATIVE THE LETHBRIOGE latter that tho product was adulter Some With regard to wines and McCJlll reports on 114 samples which had come under the head com prising samples of medicated and beer or he finds that fiftythree samples were true to the name under which sold and up to legal while 13 may be re garded as meeting the but ore below standard requirements in one or other Thirtynine samples were found to be clearly while the nine were judged as doubtful In the absence of a stand ard for the term He ex presses the conviction that such names as cremo de menthe are generally understood to imply the presence of alcoholic liquor and says that the sale nonalcoholic liquor under such names should be adulter An inspection of U14 samples mar allowed that of this product purchased n Is made from In of gpe ciflcstandards for variety of all tho samples reported With the exception of must accepted as Of the hlrie samples found contain salicylic and notable amounts of glucose without declara LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN Girls Make bleaching lotion if skin ip tanned or f Squeeze the juicelot bottle containing three ounces of Orchard shake and you have a quarter pint of the best sunburn and tan arid complex ion at small Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will sup ply three ounces ofOrchard While a few Massage this sweetly fra grant lotion Into the arms and hands each day and see how wlndburn and tan disappear and how soft and white the skin Yes It Is 4 RECIPROCITY ON SALE OF SECURITIES June A reciprocal agreement will be entered Into next by the capital issues committee and Sir Thomas Cana dlart minister of finance for joint control of the sale of pub lie orprivate securities ofone country in the tion of the fact upon the and two contain small amounts of glucose added fpr other reasons than as a su gar Even sold sugar Inspected ex whjch a great er percentage of starch the de partment injet legal samples pur chased as straight butthree were found to meet standard re March Says Things Look Good For Holds Sector Columbia few days invited to exhibition American It was tho firat half holiday of the summer for the thousands of guvorn ment employes in many or whom are and Hie clubs invitation was accepted with a Upwards of automobiles were parked outside the grounds of the club and a great multitude came by trolley and on For a day thlrf hitherto exclusive organization be came community sochir crntir and a public amusement Saw Game For First Mnny persons who had never before witnessed a golf giiine tramped around tho course In the wake of Chick Walter 1 1 Bur nes and Fred They saw tin last named expert negotiate the IS holes of the three mile course in IT which is only three below The Camp Meigs band furnish ed music for the and a spe cial thrill was provided when the WashlngtonNew York aerial post flew over the green and delivered a special sack of letters to club mom hers from the Aero Club of Amer Money For Red a large sum of money was collected for the lied but tins was the main purpose of the Its object was to that a great golf course can be used in war time as a moana of recreation for thousands besides its and can also promote community spirit and social perhaps better than any other organized in the first place golf is one of the few gainer in which the spectat tramping miles in the open up hill and get almost as much exercise as the Seeing a golf match is very in this res from tryitig to wear liut a hard board seat at a ball And in the second a perpetually mov ing crowd is an essentially sociable one old friendsips are formed it is a sort of informal outdoor Not Wasteful This innovation of opening a great private club to the public may be ta as the golfers reply to the charge that his sport is a wasteful which the nation can afford in war It is he that golf re quires a great deal of and often of very good A good golf course represents a large in soil which could otherwise produce food a great deal of labor is required to keep a golf course in firstclass and this labor might otherwise be engaged in war Undoubtedly u golf course is a much more expensive means of re creation in proportoin to the number persons who can use than a tennis court or a baseball In Washington the municipal tennis courts have become the sites of buildings for war but the leading golf courses are still Ji Should Not Plow Up It is absurd to talk about plowing up the golf that have been so highly improved at great Being Prepared is tlm main thing before you take your cur out for a long Tho work we do in VULCANIZING is considered the best and will last as lonf us the GIVE US A Lethbridge Tire and Repair Station Proprietor 305 Sixth Street 495 SERVICE THAT SATISFIES June General March made no announcement today as to the total number of troops ship ped from this country to Surveying the entire battlefrout General March said the situation could be said to be extremely favorable to the He would make no com ment upon the indications of an im pending German j General March disclosed that the official representatives from the Hul ian front place number of Aus trians captured at and a large amount of war The line of the Pipvo has been entirely restored by the Italians and in some places has been slightly Five Ameri can divisions which had been brigaded with the British for training have re turned to General Pershlngo com mand with training The first national army division has taken up a sector at the June decrease of ill the customs receipts for the first three months of tho fiscal us compared with the same period in is shown by the monthly state ment issued front the depart ment of cuatoius The decrease for the month of as compared with a year is Total receipts for the morfth just ended were while In there were For the three months ending today customs recojpts totalled and during the same period u year ago they wore The various embargoes and trade restrictions now prevailing i are probably responsible for tho great 1 decrease in I Dont Anything You Broutfct Quick and Permanent Relief MCHUGH 108 Church SI December I was a great sufferer atisiafor over if consulfed took used lotions lint nothing did tne I bewail to use Iruita fives niul in 15 the paiu was easier Urn Rheumatism was 1riiitaliras oicrcami my Khcumatimn and for five I have hail no return of the I had severe and and KniHutives relieved of these complaints and gave a appetite and in every way restored me to U a for trial At dealers or sent post paid on receipt of prim by Fiuitulives when there are miles of equally fer tile soil all around Ihem in its orig inal virgin There are three good reasons for keeping golf courses they offer a means of for their own mem bers and the games produce a great deal of money for war Last year the golf courses of the Tnlted States tnrnefl in over for the Hod Cross on the Fourth of Similar matches will played thin year and it is expected a much larger amount will be The third reason Is the idea of community When a polf club periodically opens its doors to the general public it is then cap able of affording amusement to as many persons per acre of land and per dollar invented as any recreation institution in the It is lieved the example of the Col umbia Country club will followed by many of the other golf organiza tions which are accessible to great New Idea of One result of this movement will be to give the public an entirely new idea of the Golf has been pop ularly regarded as the best sport of rich as a game of fashion and requiring pinch money and but no This impres sion Is undoubtedly the fact that per of Americans have never seen agolf They ima gine the sport as a group of pluto crats dribbling a little round ball across a lawn with lackeys serving highballs at every arid a Scotch gardener with sideburns chasing the KrasxhopperH out of the way anil trim ming tin grass with ii pair of scis Requires As a matter of to play even a fair garniof golf requires en durance and acquired only by ycnrs of while there is jprobnlily tin higher perfec tion thnn that attained by the golf ex Fred recently gave a eonviitlng demons rat ion of tills fact by driving n golf ball 20 times in suc cession of tiie rryslnl of an open fare watch without even scratching he He diil not do it wHh gentle hul with hefty wal lops hat ent tinbnll over 200 What linnis or baseball player do i fiUI requiring oqitnl miixcul ar precision I liin room in tingame for strength as well as At the lllh tee on tli Shawnee golf near Waller llageii recently drove a hall the Dela ware river at a point where Mint stream in 2110 yards and the ball went well into the woods upon tile other so that the drive was over 300 This is probably tingreat est distance thai a missile of any kind has been sent by unaided human Control Tlie degree of control over thii hall altnlnofl by the golfer is well illus trated by a made by He placed HIP bull six feet away from a building feet high and 111 feet through and drove it Tins in volved eiitting the turf under the ball in such way that It would rise over Sn feet straight into the and then have enough top spin to carry it at least 12 feet at right There of the perform ances of who have de voted most of their lime to the hut they serve to show the portsibl itles of a game which has taken cen nries to Need Tiie whole question of recreation In relation to the war is involved in this one of whether the golf courses should or should be made to yield the of amusement to the greatest Some persons seem to have taken the view that we have no time to that all energy and all space should he directly devoted to the business of winning the on tho other hand there has hook contains hy the jodgMMtlie best M most practical neipw ntait ted in oar recent cash It h intended to assist in the conservltkm of food and to effect eatings in home cooking and ApproveJ by Food Board ADDRESS CANADA J popular never been such mand for amusement there Is Americans are nervous 1rho achieve in bursts of and must then have ft is probable that rather closo our golf SRS niul tennis we should tlin moans of so will be better able stand the strain of war NEED ALL WOOL FOR THE bulletin of the National Sheep Wool Bu reau today stated that large part of the present raw wool ttock in this country and allof it to be pro duced or imported to about June will be required for mili tary The bulletin adds there are targe stocks of manufac tured clothing and cloth on hand adequate for essential civilian The something you get for noth ing is probably worth but the poor tea you buy cheap is a Drink I BLUB RIBBON and get valufe f HAIRS YOUR PRIDE THAT air of that illusive charm which beautiful hair gives is now within the X reach of every If von have for u preparation would actually stop falling rid your scalp of dandruff and transform unsightly and unruly hair into lustrous beautiful you will certainly find it in ICerpicide Kvflii the sensation of first application will absolutely convince Merptcldo is an indispensable requisite of every household where personal pride and cleanliness Herpicidc stops that annoying itching ofthe strengthens the hair roots and promotes vigor and luster of the hair undreamed of MEN If your fact smarts after apply little Herpiclde while your face is Just try Tell your barber about Herpiclde for Sister and the CAUTION The high tax tn to has llppd of watery hair dressings that keep the hair damp and sticky and chill the scalp by slow The stimulating and antiseptic t of alcohol is absolutely and HrJ Ing 40 alcohol will be kept up to the standard the Do not bvy a bottle Sold by Drug and Dept Stores Applications at the Better Barber Shops HIGINBOTHAM SPECIAL ;