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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATUKOAY, JULY 'it, I'JIB HICUALU PAGE FIVE Is by far ttrihgert a on market, andrU you nothing extra. Yoji rear as weU drink best tea in your home, especially! when, to strength, it really costHew. PASSED BUDGET. July lowor louse of the Austrian parliament has passed the provisional budget fordhe sii months by a vote aa to "Veil ae authorizing a of'sli billion, kronen. The majority .was composed of Christian So: clalists, derraan Nationals, German Radicals, Roumanians, members ol Polish section and some Italians. After the vole had been laVcu Iba house adjourned .for recess. i .-.-.v.- Fresh JJxceilstit" 1000 between ragged Islands and fjorded mainland comfortable cormec- tions by rail' and trail river ice capped! gtow in 'the midnight sun berries bor-) dsring age-old carved with men and wodoenfrora the Stated tad each a vacation wffl send you back better fitted Cur your pert te the woricfs affairs. ASK OR'WRITE: FOR BESORT TOUR NO. "j'E. PROCTOR, District Agent, With the American Arrny on the Marne Front, July p.m.) Ger> mam were slowly yielding at day' along the louthern aro of .the Marne salient The American troops In .this sector continued; pa'uliuj forward with artillery .sup- port 'againit i heavy German ma- fire. The French also (have moved Ihelr position aneta somewhat with every Indication th'at their would continue. The Germans Were occupied today In shipping Ihe male body of northward. London, 'July 2f a result of th last week's whole situ lion on the .western .front, has bee transformed.1 The-Germans, accordln to a dispatch from tbe .front, hav C5 divisions ou the Charapasn front and the ivhole 61 the prince's reserves exhaui ed. only fresb. reserves remal ing lo Ihe Germans "are less lhan 3 dlyisiohs allached to Trin Ruplirecbt's armies. Last week it appeared cerium tli Crown Trlnco .Uupprecht would called--upon to launch an Sttack 01 h'e British Iro'aUbiit the enemy i It this attack and the psychological loment for It has probably passed, for he Germans appear committed to the real batllo In progress- and cannot at- )rd to Blake heavily on a dubtous op- ration at another part of the front ccordlng to Ihe view of British Not Untenable Tbe German situation in the salient. HhouEh" it Is not untenable., the neroy'a difficulties are not greater hau those in which the, British army was placed for many -months in the Vprcs salient before the .capture o! Mfc sines Ridge. The Ypres salient was five mllea wide miles deep and '.was dominated by the enemy. The .present. German sallen s now twenty miles wide and twenl: miles deep" and, similarly, Is dominat ed by the allied artillery. Bvldenc has reached'the allies. In the shan of captured documents to show tha the enemy had made up his mind o the day after Ihe allied offensive be ga'n to undertake a retiremenl to line alohgiellher the'Ardre or Vesle and actually had given orders lor thi but these orders later were cancelle presumably owing'to the difficulty o effecting an orderly retirement in Ib pinched salient, and it is now. ppsaib the German command has decided retain the present positions as '.ong a possible.' ._ Meanwhile Cie military, .write point out that the allies are using n the German "riseryes in a battle.whe the Germans ,are continually-in-ad advantageous -position so the.slU EVERY ONE Of US We Are At Full of Deadly PoUcm Ai A Germ Laboratory. WTO-INTOXICATION rYO un SELF -POISONING infl; wprk'.aloSus tbem must be very Evacuation 'ol the salient would be an admission of complete defeat which the enemy could not hope to disguise from either bis own people or the out- sldo world, and undoubtedly would a tremendous moral effect on Iho German people. It Is Irue thai the Germans ore-serving no military pur- pose by remaining in tho salient, but Ih'ey may prefer to pay the cost rath- er-thnn admit the entire defeat ot Ibo advertised-offensive. Louise Glaum, .who due to the gor- geousness of her gowns. Is 'widely known as "The Lady of I'eacockG" makes her debut as a Paraiu star In "An Alien Enemy" at the Empress theatre today. the most In.parJ- ance lo the- followers ot Ihe screen with regard to Miss Ol aura's new Par alto connection. Is the tact tnat producers'hive now, recognized in Miss Glaum, a talerit fof dramatic emotional acting which has lo a srea extent been confined to a very smal scope In Ihe past, because of her con llnual appearance as a screen vam plre. Her first picture. "An Allen Enemy. Is. a straight drama filled with stron action and gripping situations and con tains.nothing in the nature of .._....... ._ seductress part. Miss Glaum is great-' poisons which, are absorbed by the ly pleased with Ihe change (bal lakes! her from Ihe morbid, unpleasant type' of woman, and that places her on the plane which offers her unlimited possibilities to display her versatility and to compete with Jhe leaders of dramatic art on the screen. Also Toto. the funny and the latest Screen Magazine, THE.QRI'HEUSJ Charles Chaplin In "A Dog's Life" and vaudeville will he. shown at the Orpheum again- tonight. Abwlo'lelj Pre- Tits Cwoiition, The thitj fuse of pcor htallh a of the Waste nialter, instead of passing from the lower day, is allowed to remain there, gencralin'g la other words, a person KHo; b habitually conslipaicd, is poisoning himself. Wc'liriow norr that 'Aulo- -On the American Front, July 27. Three days after tbe Hermans evac- erre, hiding cellar, er said tired of the war. d was 'determined to secret hiin- If notwithstanding the tact he tMtnat e rted that the German soldiers -were Tlie entitled "Birth ssalisned with the way affairs Theatre hat the -general opinion ttaT satisfactory allies'! If tho enemy remains atcd Chateau-Thierry. lone German the alllei AT THfc MAJESTIC The close tbelr en gagemenl at' the Majestic Theatre to- e the bill selected be- in St lug one ot their best musical comed- The "prU- les "Tho Girl from Over ThereY Tho-Bos ton fans; have been delight- jig audience's at trie Majestic this and a large crowd will doubtless .1 boreets, is dirfdly responsible for serious Kidney and BladdcrTrpiibles; 'tliat it upsets the Stomach, cauies Indigestion, Loss of Appetite and Sleeplessness; llial chronic Rhemn- atisnijGout, Pain In The Ilack, ara relieved as soon as the uoireS beco me regular; and that Pimples, l-'czcma and other Skin Affections disappear when "Fniit-n-tives" ara taken, to conect Constipation. "Fnift-a-tii-es" will protect you againsV Auto- intoxication because this wonderful fruit medicine acts directly on all the eliminating orgtns. 50c. a G for size 2oc. At all dealers or sent on receipt of at "Ihe Bay" TONIGHT from 7 to 9.30 Tuesday evenings, to UI-IE and that the-gcneral opinion mons them was thai the crown prince jj- as [ilm aeaung orcemenls or fpod to am nB tn0vadvent-Of. into Iheldo towards orces bemg attacked f om the south. ii-ith which it must fant morlal The American soitners Tobacco ...75c lOc The American .ers watcne, rt pleasure the Its sclehUfic prepara- Is.appetite three dais balning. dressing The. German requested Amertons of hu. report his aesertlon, saying it] N manily are duly shown In a series of attractive pictures filmed amid great airy hospital wards flooded with sun- Bhlue and the calm oMntanUld coni- placeucy. The picture teaches much, and reveals -what modern science can lowering- the- rates ot .In- Moreover, has been pronounce! authentic by some ot the greatest medical ciperts in the world and should be seen by every mother. to allies, ii tny tjumuj in. the salient he" cannot "possibly-undertake any important oftensivo' .therefrom and .the allies could'hold the sallpnt lightly and devote Hhelr energies hoy; did and "-he ever got back Jermauy he would-be shot. Le Charmel Jly capture ol'Le Charmel'-by-American forces in their advanceibetween the Ourcn, and .he'Marne'isireported in General Per- shing's communication for yesterday received-today at Ihe War DepartmeAt. 72.Divisions ot 72 Gerrcah divisions have been identified In and Marne lighting, r-ald aii'orficlal dispatch today from France. This represents one quarter ot Iho tot- al-number Of the" German" troops on One reason for the German, aban- Jonment. of tho plan for retirement b found in tbe reports, of allied air- men, wblcb shows tremendous conges- tion along the lines of German com municatlon The Germans may be merely holding on as lone as rosslble ,tn order to ettect an orderly.ylthdraw al anito remove Ihe vast accumnla tions ol stores and munitions nnich [had been gathered in this district ready for a great advance southward Undoubtedly a big effort be made to-ilfalghten out'the confusion Uhich now exists along all irteries of tbo salient. All Ihose arteries are now constantly under the allies' shell fire, the western front, dispatch' said, the tremendous roneemra- the; enemy forced to meet' by -'General Foch's1 counter at- iacX.-'-The" dispatch'also said Iliat the French officers, 1000 men, forly trench mortiirs and 30-; machine guna-in ;the-recent- local operation north of Mont bidler. Just As Particular As You About Tiyes customers are thrifty, calculating vx fellows who know tire up-keep costs. Belicoe at, we've'looked into this'tire proposition from bottom, 4 Take our advice and buy Diamonds, the one best on the market TheDia-I monds we have sold our customers are running farther, giving less trouble, and costing less, in the end than any otheV tires we know. l Pot Diamond in a Dmroond CM- l fcif tad you Uw tire odtripoient x .Baalim Motor Back of Union Bank, Lelhbridge Moose Jaw, Sask., JulyV spe clal meetltiB of the local trades and labor council been called for Mon day night to consider We postal "drlki 1 situation and discuss the advisability of a sympilhctiJ strike This action was tuiten'in response to wires-from Victoria and Saskatoon I Members of railway 'organisation ilated this morning that Iho si! gallon here at present was 'delicate and it would take very llftle nrglng t 1 brlnr out in the OtP R In a aympalhetlc strike Packet of L WILSON'S AiU Kill MORE UIE5THAN- OF tNY .STICKy.UV Clean to handle., Sold by all Drug- Grocers and General MAJESTIG Danger Lurfes in the i- IX the crannies and hollows of decay- ed teeth aiid'around the margins 6f Infected gums there lurk millions of germs., Some benevolent and1 harmless. but other virulent and There' will be' found germs that cause disease, of the' ears and eyes, .alteration tonsils, stomach and glands, abcesscs of the facial bones, rheumatism .and And now U is even believed that kldnny. disease, chronic headache and nejiralgia, as t well as "heart disease" loleluer with a muUiludo of digestive and Intestinal disorders find their starting point In'tooth decay. Take your choice. Any one of those diseases will, "cost to cure in'doctp'r'tl fees. -V.'hy not have your Icelh'aUeridert to today. By our modern methods it's a siranle'process. If you are afraid remem- tier and let us assure Dentistry As We Practise It Is a Gentle Art _ Drs. Bruner, Richards Nelsen High Grade American PHONE Ott'Blk., 4 Doors rrorn Lethbridge Hotel, Lelhbridge LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA j CALGARY EIGHTH AVEHUE E.' EDMONTON dRISTALL BLOCK. Ib. tins Boj-al Sllnt Rttular 90c. Special Black Watch Otiewinj Regular 16c plug. Special 14 Ib. tins Old Chum Tobacco. Of Regular Player's Cigarettes. (50 In Rep ular Toe. Special U Ib tins Senator TJobacco; alsc Ib. tins Old Virginia Tobacco, of 'in Hudson's Bay Company TONIGHT AT 8.30 THE FAMOUS BOSTONIANS IN "THe Girl From Orer Prict........SOc, Louise Glaum in 'An Mien Enemy' LAST TIMES TONIOrfT CHARLES RAY IN "THE.HiRED MAN" AND Lonesome Luke IN- 'From London to Uramk'' MONDAY, AND TUESDAY PRESENTS MAE MARSH "THE GLORIOUS ADVENTURE" ALSO TWO RE'EL COMEDY. ALSO TOTO, THE FUNNY Preliminary Announcement of ACTION SALE WEDNESDAY1 NEXT, JULY ilst AT 313 SIXTH AVENUE A. SOUTH r COMWENCINO AT TEN O'CLO'CK A.M. _ v'. ''AND EFFECTS WCLUDINO TYPEWRITER, ALSO FORD-TRUCK IN OOOD RUNNING ORDER. FULL PARTICULARS ON MONDAY, FRANK WADDDfcTOIj .'AUCnONEEX Vi U1TIA ---j-- OUR BIO FURNITURE VAN AND AUTO VAN CAREFUL HANDLING WITH HO OR PIANO OR FURNITURE. CHARdM REASONAitE, THE McLEAN tfcANSFER, ;