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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 1918 Tiffi LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK SEVEN Lemon Juice NFor Freckles Qirltl Make beauty lotion it home for a few cents. Try K! New York, Aug. Unshaken nsoJutlos to r.o forward ID tlie final Tlclory confidence because America has join ad la tho great con- flict and prediction ot a complete triumph ol tho allied arms were voic- ed today In a', sbrlca of .statements from loading oh Great Brltalu'j put ID tlje. fourlh year el, tho ryarendlus Aug'aat'4. Tbe statements issued by the Drltlsli uureiu of infer- Biatlon, following: By the Earl oTileadlng.'British am" fcassador and. high' commission at Washington: _'. "The -of our en- try Into llio nation stern tad-resolute. C access-and reverses have been met with the same un- flinching fortltilie.Tanu novor has tho spirit of the people 'been finer nor theEr confidence higher." fly Sir Henry Babiugtoa Smith, aa- ctstnnt commissioner ot the Dritlsh mi "Four 'years ot -war have taushl us card lessohs'afid there'Is no sacrifice but that-fit honor, which they have not ilcmacxied; but our determination re- juaing unshaken rind-wo shall go for- ward (0 the final victory.1'. Borden's Message London, Aug. Ottawa anticipation ot Remem- brance Day, the Fourth of August, messages from Sir 'Robert Bonlen, W. F. Massey, General Uotlia and Sir Edward Kemp have been pub- lished urging tho necissity of proa ecu I Ing tie war unfalteringly untl to victory has been achieved. Sir Hobert's message, addressed tho Canadian troops'1 in'England and France as well as tho public, says: the military despotism ol Germany, made Us preparation for dominating tho force, reliance was Blaced .upon the discipline and endurancOiOf the German people. Ger- man rulers still believp.that tho nat- onal'spirit of Iholf people id that ot democracy, u the in Buch a war as hts.. Is "stronger than tho spirit of the >o6pla. behind it. .-'.'Four'yeari ago, the nations of Iho iiriltsh commonwealth took Iho .fate- 'ul decision and set themselves to tha task of defending liberty and public right In tho world. "Tho task is not yet accomplished, hu'. the pledge then mado must not be jroken. Traditions founded upon never-dying history and the glorious achievement of a'thousand years can- not to forgotten, i "Wo aro.bound-iillko to those who stand steadfast in our baltlo line, and lo those not yet born, for. whom wo hold our heritage In trust that our res- olution shall not' even falter tho full the purpose for which this war was.undertaken and to which wo concentrated our efforts, our Buffering and our endurance.- United by tho purpose and the bond of a, common sacrifice, the free nationp of the British .'common- wealth will 'arid must hold Squeeze tie julco of two lemons into a botllo containing three ounces of orchard white, shaio well, and you hava a quarter, pint ot.Uie best freckle and lao lotion and complexion bcaull- tier, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or lollct counter will supply three ounces of orchard while for a few cents. Massage sweelly frag- rant -lotion Into tho taco .neck, arms and hands each day and see how freck- les' and blemishes, dlsappear'and how clean, soft and white the skin becomes. Yes! 11 Is EXHAUST PRESENT i CLASSES FIRST Washington. Aug. Secre- tary- Baker in discussing late today the War Department rec- o'mmendatloq to congress of draft ages .from IS tu 45 years, Bald there- was no lutentkm of calling to (he colors youths be- tueen 19 uutll tho other classes had teen eiliauitcd. eel ot July has passed Iho mark. Tho previous tigh monthly record was for June men wore sent overseas. Discussing' j'the fighting, General March. Batdtliat-the French and Brit- li pl6uhding at bolli Hanks of the sal- ent bad resulted in tee collapse of 10' German resistance on August'l, walked Into Sols- ons. Washington, Aug. present danger of a shortage In man power lo keep' the American armies filled- up, members of tho senate mill tary committee i told today during A NECESSARY STEP in the right direction is taken when our services as uudertak-. ers are requisitioned. We offer these to all who de- sire that the .preparation for burial, embalming aivj "inter-. inent oE the departed'ahduld ho according to the most approved .method and in good taste. FUNERAL DIRECTORS and knowledge of enables us'to perform all dUUes satisfactorily. MacKAY MacKAY 803 Third Avenue South Phone 1802 Ltthbridge, AUa. Condon, Aug. Tleutera Ot- awa Canadian edi- ors yesterday visited a largo aircraft actory. Jri speaking about the visit, M'Ml Jennings, of tlie E'dmcaton Jour- nal, said: "The more I see ol England, tha more I am impressed with tha won- lerful display of; energy and resources ot ita people. "At tho aircraft factory we .witnessed tho whole tho manufacture of airplanes and were! permitted lo see oho of the pew giant planes which can travel at great sncod1, go.'to an'enor- mous height and carry a great weight of machine guns in addition to the crew. Following i tho, work very close- ly wo were much struck with the won- derful amount oE detailnecessary. for securing the correct accuracy of'mea- surement t 'In work which was every bit as delicate as pultirig together pieces of a watcli. "Anbther thing which; impressed us was tlie'great number'ot women ployed. All of them seemed to be of -a" moat superior class.and their Intel; the keenest: But.the same common all the people of C Ihelr, weekly conference with Genera March, chief oE staff at the War tie parttnent. General Pershlng, as.a re suit of recent transfers of American divisions which had been hrigadfi( withMliB British, now has mfcU under his direct command, .tin staff slated. "_-THe number American division! actively engaged, on this sector bai been increased to eight. General March announced tha.t "i the 42nd division which met am defeated the Prussian Guards durini tho present ToEal cmbarlration of troops duriug July broke all records it was announced officially, more tha men havlng.beeo shipped. The grand total embarked to I. An Atlantic Port Aug. st plots 10 destroy ati American troop raasporl is believed by tho authorl- Ics lo havo been "frustrated wJlh the arrival of a man ivlio said he was Frederick Tha prisoner aught climbing a rope ladder up tha ililo steamship, a former Ger- man liner, said .he had heeu selected >y lot to blow up tho vessel. Death claimed another old timer of this district ct ten o'clock this morn- ing when. Martha Little, widow ot tho 3ate George'Little, died at the resrd- enco of her son-in-law, Mr. Thomas Nolan of Iron Springs. Tho late Jlrs. Little was 83 years of age au-1 had liv- ed In this district for years. Sho was born'in Chlllhorn, Somerset, Eng- land. She la1 survivcil by three sons and four daughters, Mr. C. A. Little of Lelhbridge; Mr. Gilbert Little, Old Wine, la., U. S. A.; and Mr. George tittle of.Flint, Mich.; aud Mrs. Thos. McNabb, Iron Springs; Mrs. Thos. Mrs. Geo. Chris- itle, Colorado Cuio., and Mrs. J. E. llireen, Larhe.l, Kansas. 'The funepil will be held from Fet- leriy's UnMertaking Parlors 61 2.35 Oii Monday afternoon .intl grandsons of the deceased will act as pallbearers. fexon a cheap too, wnkti wUL fa tAe pound and you pay tfie on a pound of wtuch easily I Undertaking IMPROVED METHODS are adopted by us as soon as their value ia firmly established.-In the performance of our duties as Undertakers and Licensed Embabners All mbdern aids approvcil by sclenco or good laste are In use, aiid wo liare no hesitation in claiming that iro can give the best scrVice at the most reasonable cost OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS 334 SIXTH STREET S, Fetterly PHONE MV Eveiry Modern to1 produce belter quicker and therefore cheaper'work isrused' in our production of inonum'ents. We' .employ both the trained'; hands1 and the .most, products of human ingenuity m our work. So we are prepared-' to" execute the most elaborate or the simplest memorial. Lethbridgc Monumental and Cut Stone Works R. Needt, Prop. '3th Street II. value, mote mate T. H. Estabrooks Co. St. JMUI, ToconU, Winnlpvf, Red Hose Coffee is as gcncnutly good as Red Roic.Tca "Washington, Aug. War Baker today announced that he would recommend to congress Iho extension of the draft uiin- imum of IS years and a'maximum of 45 years. v Senator Chamberlain, chafnoan, of the senate military who first announced the proposed new draft ages, said the War Department blH for (he extension ot tho' military establishment would be 'in traduced in both hawses of congress Monday, Senator Chamberlain explained that under 'the provisions 'of the biH men between. IS arid 21 years oC age would bo three 'classes subject to- the, call by (he president In such sequence of ..years, as he 'prescribed. Tho senator added that the calling out of men between the ages of 31 and 45 would bs made by a similar plan. He expressed, the op.Inion, however, that the younger those belwecn IS and Zt years-r-would be after September (he sp.lectediby League .to; close its reason Mr Drojfuss sanU ha was gncn jfo option in thil U (tfe American C-eague'per- sista in its IntPntion to seai son about August 20, to play; a'world's; series before'; ad not .tpjplay, nfteT, September 1, there will bo series! 'Tho meeting of tto American gue club owners wassailed to order at o'clock. Our Humane Gentle Methods of Dentistry IT Is difficult for' tho averare porson to dliassoclate from of dentislry "Idea of Quito Tfiti In their recollection, dentistry Taa but a cmdo palnfut tn practice. Hut ivlthln the laU few years the science and practice of dentistry has forged ahead In utonlsklng njeaaare. ConlrlbutorT to Its rap- Id ttdvanco are tho methods now In Tonne lo achfeve Of these we have made tknltr study. That .apulf them inccessfnlly is in the testimony of our patlenU i who admit Dectutry Practise it a Gertie Art. Drs. Broner. Richards Nelson Hijfc Grade Anericu Dentistry rr PHONE 4 from Uttbridge Httel, LETHBRfbOE, ALBERTA CALOARY EIGHTH' AVENUE e.. eBMONTON PER PCKAGE S v L AYE R CUT CIGARETTES BEAUTIFULLY COOL AND SWEET SMOKING i i ;