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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PACK TAVEbVE TllK DAILY SATURDAY, MAY i 1 Former Member of Herald Staff An "Original First" is Washington, May estimate M British losses since March 31st at SM.OM, would appear to tit In remark- able contrast to ttu> raoruicni? German losses In the drive. The German war office, ot course, 1-as cot discloses! to '.kfivorld ils losses in the ereit bittie havo been but the estimates ot Hilled observers have placed the loss ot German 1'fe at a staggering figure. From the vf rf nature of the Lighting military eiperls have pointed out. the les'sc-s the- attackc-rs were Lpund bs'heivler ths.ii those o( Ihc 'deftr.d- fers. But in additi-.'ii to them the meth- od of German attack, advancing troops in-'waves faster than machine suns coykl mow them duwn. must, military ciperfs sav. have entailed enormous losses. An'inkling of how serious the German losses are came 'some time :.go. vhen it -was reported that the German military chiefs-dared not dis- close their extent to the German and they ivere scndtns the wobuded to Helgium. H H H H CROPS IN UKRAINE May about fifty per cent of the spring sowing his liee'n done In 'the Ukraine. Herr Von 'NValdowvprpsIdent of the German tcqd regulation boardv has informed the food committee of the reichstng ac- cording to the Koetnische ZeitUBg. Fighting occurred in the Kiev when the Ukrainian peasants overthrew (he government, says the Volks Zeitunir, Lemons Skin Make :en the Lotion The'tirst former member of the Herald ttatt to Milist'anJ set active service iu ibo (Ish'taS in Prance n'l Flinders iu the ciir llie otber fiay. Tie. George Scheer, Klio was a inomber'ot Herald mechaoka! slitt seroral Jjears ago. is the man. and te is.Uume on bavins.been one oi tlib orisinal firsts. Tie. Sheer has seea about all lucre is to see al Uie froiiV, havius over with the Figlilinfe Tenth, later transferring to the Slrathcoua Horsa. Oa his sleeve bo tie liltie .-ed chevron to- gether with three blue ones showing that fie ias Ijecn in it with the Can- ndiaus trool the liist. but no gold bar adorns the sleeve, for George bas been one of (hose lucky ones who have teen through it all withojit a scratch. case be can show the mark of a wound, but n didn't put him hors de combat. H was a "scratch." he said, under the arm. Raley Veteran Another veteran M-no was in the city last week was Cyrus Allred of nalcy Pie. All red enlisted with the famous Lethbridgo Highlanders, as a member of the machine gun section. Ho Vent over the top at Vimy. and it was there that be got bis. A shell came along and blew him from the machine gun emplacement into the trench and though not wounded, his side was badly hurt and ne was suf- fering from shock. Following this ho contracted pleuro-pneumoriia and was n the hospital for several months. He jSpects to get his discharge. Joined Second Battery Here Another 39th Man a .Casualty The'jnice of two fresh lemons strain- ed into a bottle containing three ounce? ofp orchard white makes, a quarter pint of the most remark- able liemon slkln beautiEIer at about thOiCOst obe must "pay for a small jar of thV ordinary cold -creams. a should' DO taken. to strain thii le.inbn juice ihrbugh a fine cloth so no' lemon pulp in, then this lotion will keep fresh for months. Every woman knows that iemoa joice is used to bleach and remove such blemishes as saiiowWss' and tan, and fs the ideal skin softener, smoothcncr and beau'ti- fler.'i Just try H! Hake up a quarter yfnl of this 'sweetly fragrant _ lemon lotion and massage it daily Into the face, neck; and bands. It should nal urallyilielp to white, soften, freshen and bring out the hidden roses anc beauty yof un? skin; Ic is wonderfur the Herald reported the serious illness, of .Gunner .Walter Vero wnb'went'bver with Lethbridge's sec- ond batteBv -.Relatives in the city morning received word that he bad died as a result of his illness at the war hospital at Epsom. He was well known.to all Gait miners as he was brbught up in Staffordville and work- mines enlisting. member of a casiialty today. Bombadier Lewis Jlembiing is reported as suf- fering from the accidental .explosion f affecting his face, and; bead. Hembling be- was. a C.P.R. constable n Lethbridge for'a couple ol years and lived at 1010 1st Ave. 3. The ac- ident occurred on April 22. of Claresbolm was re- ported died of wounds the other day. for hands. Your jiruBEist wil1 Eel1 three ounces of 'brcjhard at little cgst, am any grocer Will sapply'the. Advertisement. a mistake, as the amily have received word only that was wounded. BAR, THEM FROfJi ROADS BrantCord, OnL, Slay Counly.councillors are in favor of gti.v ernment .action to prevent the nse o Ontario roads, for two months in th spring to tourist automobiles being driven from United Stale pojnU.. The. councillors claim tha the damage done to these roads In th1 early jpring.ls very great, with ni compeDsation in any way from it- traffic.' Representations will be rniti] to the Obtario. government to this el .Make Your Pay Go Further SAVES andTsh'oe" leather. ''Costs nothing for upkeep. Gets .you Jo .work feeling fine. .Lets you; slip home for a ho't dinner instead of acold luncK. Cycling is easyTand pleasant' when you ride a the Bicycle that runs smoothly and easily year after year. Made inCanada'aod Gubianletl ty CANADA MOTOR CO, LH look for Itese Nameplalcs All m Winnipeg, Man. H H H R H a 0 M- H 0 H a H 'H H a M H H a M H --BT H H M K H M a H a i H H a -a H 3tt a H a a a H a H a a a a a a a a a 'a m, a a a K a M t UST anirordinary cup pf coffee! Surely Nothing could be more corhmonplace to you. But-rr li ''i jf 'S. f I X 5 tf n W To wounded, broken and exhausted'Canadian' meiistag- 1 gering out a furnace of shells, at..yimy" nejryds that little refreshment in trie moment of can measure.its significance? For it may rnea'nlife Here is an officer's-picture of the need; "I wish you arid the-people hot drinks could see ft- j fa- the men coming m-after a, big .action. They would look like grotesque scare- if you couldn't see the pathos' of it. Their shoulders and heads sag forward and they slouch slowly along with never a glance to left or right. The strangest thing about them is their faces. If; the tension not broken the braiii may snap. I certainly believe that in thousands of. cases it was that first hot coffee that dragged the man back to life and Is there a' woman or boy in all Canada' to whom these heroes would appeal ..in vain? Will youy help the Y.M.G.A. supply the coffee and the thousand and one other, needs of body, mind and spirit "over Can proud Canadians send a more more practical message to Canadian; herpes now'-amid "the perils of the greatest battle in history than theiCanadian people. responded to the Call of.theY.M.C.A. with magnificerrt, abundant 'whole- hearted Will YOU ..Help? I Many Give their Can Give theif Money National; Council, Young Men's Christian Association Headquarters: Street, Toronto G. A. WARBURTON (Toronto) National Director of Red Triangle Fund JOHN W.: ROSS (Montreal) Niltlonal Chairman of'Red Triangle Fund Lethbridge Campaign Committee D. A. Bickcll, Cameron; 1M. A- E. Dunlop'; J. Harry Alexander, Campaign Director- ;