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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta On e British Western Front-Soldiers* WasMn . /^-y r^v v^r.' J y lo t.0 aid to tho fullest In \ho prouocu-tlon of the war. Workinrr throuehout the year every day, and ottoa at nlE'nt patriotic people aro llnblo to Und lliemsBlvesunder^coQslderablonervoua strain, and thinking tlio matter over they nay. "I am too buoy to take a holiday, though I know that It is what I need." They continue to work but with dwindling results. But it. Instead of deciding on having no holi. days they took a rest for a week, their health would undoubtedly tie so improved that they would poon bo able to make up for the time they were abaont from work. Even en-(Incs made n( steel cannot bo kopt incessantly onfho run, and what utoel cannot do, flesh and blood cannot do. jj^ k. baalt^y. holiday.- in w�r_^tlme holpa to v/ln tho WRP. Canada la fortunate above all other countrloa In pooBcsBlnp;. liracing hoalih rosorls by the seafjhore or In tho lakeu and I'orcHts tnlauil, or In the stupendous ranges of llio Rockies. iThe AnierlcauH ot tho United States know tlila, nnrt como herb every sum-mor in over inercnslng numbers, Summct resorts, hov/evor, like pro-phots, arc cot always sufflclently recognized In tholr ov/n country, and there are nor* I'ow who wondor wliy sd many PhlladolpUians, and New Yorkora, and Bostrinlnna Bhoukyho so passionately devoted, far Instance, to St. Androws-by-the-Sea, in Now Brunewlck. Yet thoro la good feii-Bon for this, The blue waters of ifftSSSffM^od'Jy Day otior. 8Bls�.4ld boatinjj and sea bathing, two sports. IndulKcd In to the full by many of the visitors. The country about St. Androw.'3-by-the-Soa iB ribboned by ohurmlne walks and drives. A do-llBhttul bathing welcomes tha swimmer at Katio'o Covn, and thers Is flDhlng and boating lor all who have t!. mind tor such. One of the popular sport attractions l8 a Bowling Greon, IDnthusUistlo bowlers, and interested apectator'j may bo found upon It at all hours of the day or night. Belne electrically llirhtod. the sport n-sod not cease with tho waning of the daylight. Oolf, howovor. la vvlthout doubt th� garao at St. Ancirov,;i-by-the-�aa. The links are faiijions )ar and wide. Illlher at one tiiuo ov another, coniw all golf c'olfibritles, for St. Andrew does not draw clientele from Canada alone. Every expert In Kolt knows that tho Royal and Ancient Game can 1^0 enjoyed to perfection only on a rcaslde course, and tho courBa at St, Andrews has this groat udvaiitage. it also has the advantage of a famous profoaslonal, ,Tohn Peacoci?, who has so laid out the links thi^t tliey aro tbo most sporting ot their kind in North America. By following the little whltoi ball over fhat wondrous course laldi out on .Trio's Point OvorlooklnB the. sparkling watorB that lap thoRo west-em Bands and then slip back into t!^ groat sea to some day wash tu�, W.h^l Ol �ar-*S15/Ejiyi'^,---' - ;