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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST TUB LETimntDGE DAILY TIEHALD PAGE SEVEN ALLIES CONFIDENCE UNSHAKEN BY GERMAN FRIGHTFUL II New resolution to fcq forward to the final Increasing confidence because America baa joined in the great con flict and prediction ot a complete triumph of tho allied arms were voic ed today In a aeries of statements from leading on Great Britains part fourth year of the imr ending August The statements issued by the British buretfu of infor the following By the Earl 61 British am bassador and high commission at Washington The fourth anniversary tt our en try Into the war finds the nation stern and Cuccess and reverses have been mot with the same un flinching never has the spirit of the people been finer nor their confidence By Sir Henry Bablngton as sistant commissioner ot the British mission Four years of war have taught us hard lessons and there Is no sacrifice but which they have not demanded but our determination re unshaken we shall go for ward to the Anal Burdens Message Ottawa anticipation of Remem brance the Fourth of messages from Sir Robert General Botha and Sir Edward Kemp have been pub lished urging the necessity of pros ecuting the war unfalteringly until A NECESSARY STEP in the right direction is taken when our services as undertak ers are We offer these to all who de sire that the preparation for embalming and inter ment of the departed should be according to the most approved method and in good OUTexperienceas FUNERAL DIRECTORS and knowledge of our profession enables us to perform all duties MacKAY MacKAY 803 Third Avenue South Phone 1802 victory has been Sir Roberts addressed to tho Canadian troops Iir England and France as well as tho says When the military despotism of Germany made its preparation for dominating the reliance was flaced the discipline and the German Ger man still tho nat ional spirit of their pooplo stronger and stonier than that of In the no army In such a war as stronger than the spirit of the people behind years the nations of the British commonwealth took the fate ful decision and set themselves to the task of defending liberty and public right in the The task is not yet bu the pledge then made must not be Traditions founded ujion neverdying history and the glorious achievement ot a thousand years can not be Wo are to those who stand steadfast in our battle and to those not yet for whom we hold our heritage In trust that our res olution shall not even falter tho full accomplishment of the purpose for which this war was undertaken and to which wo concentrated our our suffering and our United by tho tie of a conimon purpose and the bond of a common the free nations of the British Common wealth will and must hold Reuters Ot tawa Canadian edi tors yesterday visited a largo aircraft In speaking about the R ot the Edmonton Jour said The more I see ot the more I am Impressed with the won derful display of energy and resources of its At the aircraft factory we witnessed tho whole process of the manufacture of airplanes and were permitted to see one of the pew giant planes which can travel at great go to an enor mous height and carry a great weight of machine guns in addition to the Following the work very close ly we were much struck with the won derful amount of detail necessary for securing the correct accuracy of mea surement and the t large amount of handv labor involved iri work which was every bit as delicate as putting together pieces of a Another thing which impressed ua I was the great number of women em All of them seemed to be of a most superior class and their Intel ligenceof the But the same attributes seem common to all the people of this Undertaking IMPROVED METHODS are adopted by us as soon as their value is firmly In the performance of our duties as Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers All modern aids approved by science or good taste are In and we have no hesitation in claiming that we can give the best service at the most reasonable OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS 334 SIXTH STREET Fetterly PHONE 56t Our Humane Gentle Methods of Dentistry IT is difficult for the average person to disassociate from their conception of dentistry the idea of Quite within their dentistry was but a crude painful in But within the last few years the science and practice of dentistry has forged ahead in astonishing Contributory to Its rap id advance the methods now in vogue to achieve Of these we have made apar ticular That we apply them successfully Is evidenced in the testimony of our patient who freely admit Dentistry As We Practise lit Is a Gentle Art Richards Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott 4 Doors from Lethbridge ALBERTA CALGARY EIGHTH AVENUE EDMONTON CRI8TALL Lemon Juice Tor Freckles Oirlit Make beauty lotion at home for a few Try Ml Squeeze the julcq ot two lemotii into a bottle containing three orchard shako and Jnriti have a quarter pint of the bent freckle and tan lotion and complexion beautl very smalt Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces ot orchard white for a few Massage this sweetly frag rant Into tho face arms and hands each day and see how freck lesand blemishes disappear and how soft and white the skin Yes It Is isno present danger of a shortage In man power to keep the American armies filled members of the senate mili tary committee were told today during their weekly conference with General chief of staff at the War De General as re sult of recent transfers of American divisions which had brigaded with the now has men under his direct the chief of staff The number of American divisions actively on this sector has been increased to General March announced it the 42nd division which met and defeated the Prussian Guards during the present week Total embarkation of American troops during July broke all it was announced more than men having been The grand total embarked to the Every Modern Devke to produce better quicker and therefore cheaper work 19 used in our production of We employ both the trained hands and the most modern products of human ingenuity in our So we are prepared to execute the most elaborate or the simplest Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works 8th Street EXHAUST PRESENT CLASSES FIRST taryBaker in discussing lato today the war Department rec otnmendfetiatv to congress of draft IS to 45 said there was no Intention of calling to tho colors youths be tween 18 jHid 19 until tho other classes had Been enJ of his passed tho The previous high monthly record was for Juno when men wore sent Discussing the General that the French and Brit ish at flanks of tho sal ient had resulted in the collapse of the German resistance on August and the allies had walked Into Sols PLOTS TO DESTROY TROOP TRANSPORT An Atlantic ist plots to destroy an American troop transport Is believed by the authori ties to have been frustrated tojlay with the arrival of a man who said he was Frederick The prisoner caught climbing a rope ladder up the side ot the a former Ger man said he had been selected by lot to blow up the DEATH MARIHA TIMER Death claimed another old timer of this district at ten oclock this morn ing when Martha widow of the late George died at the resid ence of her Thomas Nolan of Iron The late Little was 83 years of age and had liv ed in this district for She was born in Eng She M survived by three sons and four Little of Lethbridge Gilbert Old and George Little of and Iron Springs Chris Colorado and The funeral will be held from Fet terlys Undertaking Parlors at on Monday afternoon and grandsons of the deceased will act as FIRST of War Baker today announced that he would recommend to congress the extension of the draft ages to a min imum of IS years and a maximum of 45 Senator chairman of the senate military who first announced the proposed new waJi you pay tAe on tnatyaupayon Jn wtfafo teuton a cheap tea wnuA tSO oup6 fa the pcwid arul yw pay the a wAicA mote mate tfrutycz SSI Estabrooks LIMITED Ctlffry Pwd Control Red Hose Coffee it ot gcnemuily good as Red Rose Tea draft said the War Department bill for the extension of the military establishment would be introduced in both houses of congress Senator Chamberlain explained that under the provisions of the bill men between 18 and 21 years of age would be divided into three classes subject to the call by the president in such sequence of years as he Tho senator added that the calling out of men between the ages of 31 and 46 would be made by a similar He expressed the that the younger between 18 and 2i be called first and that it would not be necessary to call those between 31 and Senator Chamberlain said he did not kdow just what effect the work or fight order issued some time ago by General Crowder would have under the new NO WORLD SERIES THIS YEAR IS THE there is a back vlown by some one there will be no worlds series between the pen nant winners in the American and Nat ional Baseball Leagues this This became known at a orief meet ing of tho National Commission at noon previous to the American League meeting at which Barney president of the Plttsburg National League a proxy to represent that organization on the National stated that he had instructions from his league not to consider ending tha to September Dreyfuss said he had been Structed to arrange a worlds seriesi With the American League only on condition that this series would b staged after September the selected by the National League close its Dreyfuss hfrwas given nooption in and that if the American League per sists in its intention to close its sea son about August order to play a worlds series before September ad not to play September thore will be no worlds series The meeting of tine American Lea gue club owners was called to order at PER PACKAGE NAVY CU CIOARETT BEAUTIFULLY COOL AND SWEET SMOKING 11 m 111 I i I MOI I I I I I I ;