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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 3, 1918 Tim LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD allies'confidence unshaken by german frightfulness at beginningsthyearof r Now York, Aug. 3.-Unalialcon TeHoluUon to ro forward to tiic (Inal Tlctory iiicreaaing connaonco bocauso America baa ioinod in the (jroat conflict and prediction of a complete triumph ol tiio allied arms wore voiced todny in a abrlos of stateuonta rrom loading EngUalimen, on Groat Britain's paj-t In the. fourth year of tlio :ynr ending Aiiguat 4. The statements iasuod by the Urltiah bureifn of Inter-nation, include Uie following: By the Earl of llea'dlng, British am-taasador and high commiaalon at y^aahlngton: "The fourth anniversary Til our entry into the war llnda tlio nation stern and resolute, Guocoss and roversos have been mot with the same im-lllnchlng fortItUde,-and never has the spirit of the people been finer nor their conlldenco higher." By Sir Henry Babington Smith, an-Blstnnt commiasloner of the British mission: "Four years of war have taught us hard lessons and there Is no aacriflco hut that-fit honor, which they have not deraatulod; but our doteiinlnatlon re-niaina unshaken ^And wo shall go forward (Xj the final victory." Borden's Message London, Aug. 3.-(Routor'a Ottawa Agency)-^In anticipation of Itemem-brance Day, the Foiirth of August, inesaagos from Sir Robert BorJen, Hon, W. F. Massoy, General Botha and Sir Edward Kemp have been published urging the nocsasity of prosecuting the war unfalteringly until victory has been acliloved. Sir Robert's mcjaage, addros.sod to the Canadian troopa in' England and Prance as well as tho public, aaya: "Wlien tho military despotism of Germany made Its preparation for dominating tlie world.by force, reliance waa ijlaced upon the dlaclpUno and endurance,of the German people. Gorman rulers still boliovo that tho national spirit of their people Is Rtronger and atorrior than that of democracy. In the end, no army In such a war a.s this, la stronger than tho aplrit of tho people behind it, � '.'Four years ago, the natlona of the British commonwealth took tho fateful doclalon and set themaelvea to the taak of defending liberty and public right In the world. "Tho task is not yet accomplished, bu', the pledge then made muat not be broken. Traditions founded \ipon jmover-dying history and tho glorious achievement of a thousand years cannot bo forgotten. "Wo ai'o bound alike to those who stand steadfast in our battle line, and to flioso not yet born, for whom we hold our heritage In trust that our resolution ahall not even falter untu tho full accomplishmont of the purpose for which this war was Undertaken and to which wo concentrated our efforta, our suffering and our endurance. United by tho tie of a cojiimon purpoao and tho bond of a common sacrifice, tho free nations of tho British commonwealth will and must hold firm." A NECESSARY STEP in the right direction la taken whon our services as undertakers are requisitioned. Wo offer these to all who de-alrn that tho preparation tor burial, embalming and interment of the departed should bo according to tho most approved method and in good taste. Our experience as � FUNERAL DIRECTORS and knowietige of our profeasion enables us to perform all duties satisfactorily. MacKAY & MacKAY 803 Third Avenue South Phone 1802 Lethbridge, Alta. editors visited aircraft factory ];iOndon, Aug. 3.-(By Ueutera Ottawa Agency)-Tho Canadian edi tors yesterday visited a largo aircraft factory. In speaking about the visit, M. R Jennings, of the Edmonton Journal, said: "The more I see of England, the more I am impressed with the wonderful display of energy and resources of its people. "At tho aircraft factory we witnessed the whole process of the manufacture of airplanes ami were permitted to see one of tho pew giant planes which can travel at great speed, go to an enormous height and carry a great weight of machine guns in addition to the crew. Following tho work very closely we were piuch struck with tho wonderful amount of detail necessary for securing tho correct accuracy of measurement and the largo amount of hahflx labor Involved in work which was every hit as delicate as putting together pieces of a watch. "Another thing which Impressed us I was the great number of women eip ployed. All of them seemed to bo of a moat superior class and their Intel llgence of'tho keenest. But the same attributes aeem common to all tho people of this country." jUndertaking I IMPROVED METHODS are adopted W us as soon as their value is firmly established. In tho performance of our duties as Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers All modern aids approved by science or good taste are in use, and wo have no hesitation in claiming that we can give the best service at the most reasonable cost OLDEST ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS 334 SIXTH STREET 8. T. S. Fetterly PHONE 56t Our Humane Gentle Methods of Dentistry IT is diftloult for the average person to dlsassoclato from tholr iconcoptlon of dentistry the "idea of pain." Quito within their recollection, dentistry was but a crude science-rudely painful iu practice. But within the last tew years the science and practice ol dentistry has forged ahead in Htonislilng njeasure. Contributory to Its rap-Id advance ,are tho methods now in yogue to achieve painleasneBa. Of Uiese we have made a'paf' tlcular study. That we apply them succeaafully is eyldence4 * in the testimony of onr patlenti i who freely admit that- ^ . i ' Dentistry As We Practise It Is a'GenUe Art 'itifiiifiiiiHUitUllltltinimtBBi Drs. Bruner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 Doors from Lethbridge Hotel, LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA CALGARY OFFICE-115A EIGHTH AVENUe E. > EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRiSTALL BLOCK. Lemon Juice For Freckles Girld Make beauty lotion at home for a few cents. Try Itl Squeeze tho julco of two lemonB into a bottle containing three ouncoS of orchard white, shako well, and you have a tiuartor pint of the hc.it freckle and tnn lotion and complexion beautt-fler, a* very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white tor a few ocnta. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion Into tho face ,neck, arma and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and how cleon, soft and white tho akin bocomea. Yes! It Is harmless.-Advertisement. no danger of sijortageinu.s. iQ zoAicA eodi^ maAe6 a&aut250 ft is PiAxAi a tirm sst T. H. Estabrooks Co. LIMITED Si. John, TaronU, WinnijMf, Calffry Ccnadlan toui Coatrol UeanM N.. WTt Red Hose Coffee is as generously good as Red Rose Tea REDRQSE draft ages, said the War Department bill for the extension of the military establishment would be introduced lu both hou.sos of congress Monday. Senator Chamberlain explained that under the provisions of the bill men between IS and 21 years of age would bo divided into throe claasea subject to tho call by the president In such sequence of years us he prescribed. Tho senator added that the calling out of men between the ages of 31 and 45 would be made by a similar plan. Ho expressed the opinion, however, that the younger men-those between IS and 21 years-would bo called first and that it would not be necessary to call those between 31 and 45. Senator Chamberlain said he did not know just what effect the work or fight order issued somo time ago by General Crowder would have under tho new arrangement. no world series Cleveland, Aug. S.-Unless there i.s a back vlown by some one there will be no world's series between tho pennant winners in the American and National Baseball Leagues this aeason. This became known at a oriot meeting of the National Commission at noon today, previous to the American League meeting at which Barney Dreytusa, president oC the Pittsburg National League team, carrying, a proxy to represent that organization on the National Commission, stated that he had.explicit instructions fronx hln leagiie not to consider ending the season.prior to September 1. Mr. Droyfu.