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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta SATPRPAV, AUGUST THE DAILY HERALD PAGE FITS Where is my Will? 1 v 1 Where is my Insurance Policy? It is not'wisfl to place tbeie documents with jour other papers Ai'hers they aro subject to Idas or destruction. Hiding a Fire or JJfe Insurance Policy in an old or lioi IB as obsolete an hiding money. Veur WILL should be aealed up and Utt with this. Company for aafe keeping. We will Index It for you, II iway carefully in the dtpo.lt vault; yeu may tike It out for examination or '.iid re-depbilt. It at any time. The Company makea no charge for thli. British Canadian Trust Company GEO. W. Conybeare Block, Lethbridge. -'.Iberia. Your Cattle and Hogs to C. Knight Co. and receive their highest market value. Liberal Advances Made On Consignments Write or .wire us for our Mar- ket Report and Quotation sheet. in daily touch with local and. outside markets and caw udvise you to your advan- tage. C. Knight Co. CHARLES1 ANIGHT W. J. HYDE Live Stock Commission Merch- ants, Alberta Calgary. P. O. Box 1886. Phone E6644. CONTINUED. KROM iFRONT. PAGE It's Easy; Peel Off or Freckles This ia'whai ybii should do to shed a spoiled complexion: 'Spread evenly over the face, covering every inch of ukic, a thin'layer'ol ordinary mercol- Issi-was. Let-tliis stay qn over night, waah it off1 next rRepeat laily until your complexion is as clear soft and -beautiful as a young girl's. This results-is inevitable, no matter bow: sol-led or, discolored the complex- ion. ;The' wax. literally peels off the filmy exposing the lovely rming ;skln beneath. The process Is entirely ;harmless, so little of the old sliih ,at a time. Mercol- Ized wax- .'is: obtainable at any drug store; 'one oimce usually suffices. It's a veritable .Bonder-worker for rough, tanned; blotchy, pimpled or freokled skin! Pure powdered 'saxolite Is excellent for a 'wrinkled An ounce of it disBolved in. "a half pint witch hazel makes a "refreshing 'wash-lotion. This renders the skin 4i TERHJS CASH. NO GOODS EXCHANGED CONTINUED FROM PRORT PAGE London, Aug.; p. in. A British cruiser 'arrived in the Nor6 -today with 200 German prispners on board, chiplly .fronr the German cruis- er Jla'ni which was sunk bv a Brit- ish ilset in the recent naval engage- ment ioil Cuxhaven. FOUR VESSfeLS SUNK MANY SHATTERED You Will Enjoy Your Meals Y The Commercial Oyster and Chop House 210 Sth STREET SOUTH FOOD OF HIGH SERVICE PERFECT the British warships. The British 'claimed not to have suffered the loss 6! a single vessel, and 'declared the. fatalities on board the vessels fleet were small. The were Lydit E. jEVe couid see them quite clearly- They Were standing up. Fresh troops, I think, were being brought up for an- other attack. "The order was given to us to fix j bayonets. It was evidently to he a thing we, especially the [censored] had lieeV'ffaitUig for. In our bayoaets flashed, and waited for orders. THE 'CHARGE THAT -WAS NEVER MADID Germans have seen bayonets flashing, (or down they went en -their faces. If there is one tiling they-fear it is the bayonet attack. "There developed suddenly a hail of bullets, and the order to charge did not-.comc. "We retired a little way.after that, and.boforn nightfall advanced to much the saine position again. Just as dark- ness clime on could see tho ground in front of us simply littered with German dead. It cost us a lot, too. "At one time early the next 'day, we got.'wHb.in a couple of hundred yards of their dead. I am sure.we must have nearly1 wiped out those in front of ue." "From, others I have gathered how furiously for days tile tight raged ag- ainst the French forces on the Hglit of the British. The English soldiers speak in highest praise of the coolness under fire'of their infantry, were badly shattfred in a fight with Rylands Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL BORCHERT ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS Could Not Sleop Day or Night, .Itched and Burned Terribly, Cu- ticura Soap and Ointment Cured In a Mohth. Also Cured Mother of Salt Rheijni. Quanyvlllo, Is. n.-r-'Tor a monLIi my baby was honi'ho could nut sleep or niglit ivilli eczema. IJo was all covered with emitll wateir plmiilca which wpiild break in a day or tiro and Iqaya a humour? scab and would Itch and burn terribly. that lie sores. Jtls tUIn burned all tho tlmq and vrbcn tho iwab canio oiZ It left ma.-ks.Hko ehiclcea-nox. Ab laqt I-aaw Outicura Soap ami Olntiucnf advertised. After tho first lie rested easier.' I applied tha Cullcura Djutaigiiti lightly nod aftor an Iimir I would wash him with Cutleun Soap. Aflcr a month's treatmoaUia was cured. 1 was greatly troubled with Ea.lt rheum oa my haiids; 'They broke out la little watery iitnjplos would 1-o'sQ I could tear Item to iploccs. Then they would dry up and crack niitl liloed and when I put Uicii IB (hi) disease woiaa o bones.-. 7Uoy