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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JULY KETIfBRIDtiE HERALD PAGE FIVE Get Your Digestion in Shape Many ailments are caused by stomach digestion leads to sick sallow skin and Maintain a healthy condition of the and you will get rid of the chief cause of your Do not neglect the laws of Keep liver and bowels in order by timely use of British AntiSub Fleet Has Been Most Successful July British antisubmarine fleet fins brought the submarine menace down to Its present leas formidable dimen Sir Eric first lord of the declared In the house of commons he we still have considerable additions to make to the fleet be fore the margin of snfcty which we must have will be e of Medicine In the Sold In July to advices from good authority it is likely that Albert Sev igny will be named a justice of the superior court In Montreal dis trict in September Sevigny was in Quebec over the weskend but is leaving today for Old Orchard to join TEAMSTERS STRIKE July Teamsters was drawn Into the postmenrt strike at noon Post master Maclherson being notified that they would now refuse to cart mails from the trains to the post j New Draft Treaty Just Ratified Makes These Liable Now July tion of the draft treaties between the United States and Great Brit ain and Canada were exchanged at it was officially stated at the state making them effective from July is estim alnd that some American citiz ens in the British Including in Canada and British citizen subjects and Canadians in the United will he affected by the draft treaties just American citizens between tho ages of 21 and American draft in the British Empire will be given fiO days from today in whiqh to enroll or return to their own country for but after that time they will be subject to draft unless they have been granted exemption by the American ambassa dor as provided In tho All British subjects and Canadians between the ages of 21 and the state department who have marie known their intention of be coming citizens of the United tales Protection and Profit When money is in a Savings Account in The Merchants it is absolutely safe from as far as you are All the time it is it is earning interest that the bank actually pays you to let it take care of your Dont carry unneeded sums on your person or hide them at Protect thanri against theft and fire by opening a sayylgs MERCHANTS BANK Head Office OF Established LE1HBR1DGE MONARCH NOBLEFOivD Acting Acting SR EDMUND President V GenL Manager SIR JOHN Supt f Central Wettern Branches CAPITAL PAID T RESERVE SAFETY DEPOSIT The Bank recommends the use of its safety deposit boxes for the keeping of valuable Our charges are LETHBRIDGE Manager WARNER BRANCH Manager AUCTION SALE ON THE 313 SIXTH SOUTH Wednesday July 31st AT TEN OCLOCK FRANK WADDINGTON WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AS A QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including Dining in mission extending table anil set of chairs oak morris chair ma hogany occasional table muhoguny rocker mahogany centre table Hunitury lounge very fine DAVENPORT IN FUMED in xolld leather two nearly now Coiigoleuni HugsNo 10 REMINGTON TYPEWRITER In Al onlor wet bookshelves it rock ers mahogany dresser oak gas boater McCleary giu range with side oven brass trimmed beds complete with springs and maltresses carpet pictures books dishes washing machine and the usual kitchen ALSO AT TWO OCLOCK A FORD AUTOMOBILE TRUCK GUARANTEED IN A1 RUNNING ORDER TERMS CASH PHQNC8 TW469 A PROMPT ATTENDANCE RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED and who are liable to service under the draft during tbn fiO days from or enroll voluntarily In the British or Canadian forces at any British or Canadian recruiting station In thi United States or may leave the country for the purpose of military service in their own subjects and says the departments be tween the ages of 21 ami both in who have not made declara tion of intention to become citizens of the United and British and Cnnadiann of the age of 20 ami to both whether they have or have not declared their inten tion to become citizens of the United may enlist or enroll in or leave tho United as case may AS RESULT OF POSTAL STRIKE British Mall Held Up July four batches of British mail are tied up in the post soldiers wives and relatives today planned on a concert ed demand for tho right to sort and distribute A deputation represent ing a large number of women of Win nipeg will wait on the postmaster to morrow afternoon and demand that they may be permitted to sort the private mail from Many Letters Tied Up July are 000 letters in the local post office wait ing to be Of the hundred per sons working on them 90 are representatives of big firms trying to got the mail in such shape that their firms can get No attempt is ba ing made to handle Business letters are being disposed of as quickly an To Act July cabinet coun cil was not in session this morning but consideration of the letter car riers strike situation will be resumed at a session to he held this afternoon when more complete information will he in the hands of the The government is still hopeful that tho carriers will to work but definite it is will not bo long delayed in the event of the strike being At Vancouver July at tempts at deliveries of mall is being made at the Vancouver post office Of the fifty strike breakers employed at the mail post office last evening only thirtyfive appeared for duty this They are engaged in an attempt to sort the accumulated mail of the laSt Picketers Placed July four hundred postal strikers met at the Labor Temple this morning and after a three hour session decided that forthwith pickets would be placed at the general post Expect July situation among the striking postal clerks and letter carriers is but men are inclined to believe that the committee In Winnipeg will accept the proposal made by the minister of If pro mises made are satisfactory to the committee the strike will be declared off in all the cities in Western Can Postmaster King has received in structions from Ottawa to fill the places of the but it is not likely that any action will be taken by the local postmaster until definite word hae been received from the com mittee or tho minister of labor at Returnto July strikers re turned to work this afternoon and a little business is being At a meeting of tho strikers it was decided to post no pickets and to offer no Vio AMBUK fo best remedy known for heat lore stings and A skin food SIBERIA FOR July ioTests of nat ural gas in both Northern and South ern for the purpose of ascer taining their values as sources of gas are to be commenced at once under the direction of of the Canada Geological Survey who is in the city Experimental ap paratus of three different types will be constructed at some of Ilio local machine ami it is expected that within a few weeks actual operations will be under probably beginning at the Dingman Well south of Cal The absorption method is to be tried and thorough tests will be made with each of the three machines on all different grades of Af the Calgary teKts have been com pleted similar work will be carried on in the Viking and Peace River who lias been in charge of the survey work in Alberta during the will be associated with EFFORT TO BITTER PILL OF July what is considered in allied circles here an attempt to sweeten the bitter pill of the German the Berlin govern ment is circulating a deal ing with the shortening of the Ger man written by a former Ger man general staff According to a Berlin dispatch re ceived here the ofiicer said in part The only principle to follow in all measures is to intlict the heaviest possible losses on the enemy and keep our own as low as If this result is achieved we shall approach even nearer the final aim of our op A favorable tactilal basis must be this is be ing attained by the present shortening of our It will cause our op ponents to continue his attack by the employment of fresh because only thus can he extract success from the ground in this sector which he has occupied without If he did not do this it would be an open admis sion of the failure of his July Canadian soldiers at the front are a credit to their In many cases the Canadians are being kept back as shock which ineans that they are being reserved to break up the at tack in some of tho most serious sit They are being universally well cared they have abundance of food and we nowhere heard any complaints or What interested the visitors hotli in England and Prem ier Stewart was the welfare of the Canadian and they visit ed all the England appreciates you may bo concluded the was highly satisfactory to note the attitude of of all classes toward the Dominion and its men and the relations thus established will last for all THIS MA IF QTIP THIS WEEK 1 IVx WEEK Nights THE FAMOUS STONIANS IN VAUDEVILLE ALSO SHOWING A SEVEN REEL PHOTOPLAY 50c At THE MAJESTIC BABYLON DID NOT FALL A8 BOOK OF DANIEL SAYS In order to make bis reproduction of ancient Babylon In which cornea to tbo Friday and as historically correct as Griffith em ployed for months research experts to examine the sunbaked cylinders and tablets of Nanonidns and Cyrus excavated from the ruins of this rnm oits oldworld In their quest these experts discovered that Babylon did not fall according to the book of Daniel was belrayed Into tho hands of the by the high an act of treachery prompted by the worship of the god dess fshtar by Belshazzar and Ills These experts failed to find among the excavated records of Babylon any authority1 for the handwriting on the wall incident as told in the book of and that Is why Griffith did not include this Incident in hia reproduction of the fall of Bablyon and the thrilling events that led up to For Its triteness to and accuracy in detail intolerance has been enthu siastically praised by those eminent Assyrian Archi bald Henry of Oxford and Morris of the University of The seats for the local engagement of this already celebrated spectacle will go on sale on Wednesday at the appeared on the The Artcraft star for the first time in her career plays a double ths characters ot Stella who has been a paralytic for ten living In a home of surrounded by every luxury and with tho tender and devoted care of tho circle of friends who are wor shippers at the Court of Stella the bedroom whnrc none with out smiles nre allowed to and where worldwisdom and care hns no place and that of Unity a ver itable Ugly the slave of an living on the scraps and dressing in the rags which are given to her in the name of plncss to scores of mill workers anil finally of making ita owner the brtjla of the man In All Mils transpires In Mae MarihVs latfSflt Ooldwyn Thil Glorious from ttle story by Edith Hornard which U showing at Klnrlaml again tonight A silver tho only possession of a friendless girl In is the means of obtaining her shelter in a beautiful of bringing hap Something in tho way of n novel theatrical offering will be that of the famous Bostonians who return to the Majestic on Wednesday tomorrow and Thursday This company of dainty girlies will be seen in an up totheminute vaudeville offering com posed of The individual ar tistry of each of those clever girls will be a source of entertainment and pleasure to the large audiences who will doubtless he present on Wednes day and Thursday nights to welcome the Bostonlans back Of unquestioned interest to local playgoers is tbe announcement that Griffiths new spectacle Intol which ran over six months in New is coming to the Majestic on Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday matinee this Intolerance tells the story of loves struggla throughout the ages by means of four contrasting narra the scenes of which are laid in Ancient Judea when Christ was on Mediaeval Paris and a modern The which is said to be the most magnificent one of all cost over two million was three years in the making and people took part in Judging from its Jong and highly successful engage ments in Pitts San Francisco and Lota its popularity will more than rival that of The Birth of a Seats are now MAJESTIC Tonight For the Last Time BIRTH The Motion Picture Triumphant The Sanctity and Outlet of MOTHERHOOD Performance for Ladles 50c any MSEC AT STARLAND Mary Pickfords next appearance in an Artcraft picture will be an adapta tion from Lockes Stella which will be shown at Starland Wednesday and It wae prepared for the screen by Francis Marlon and produced by Mar shall who directed Miss Pick fords latest Rebecca of Sunnybrook and A Little The story of Stella Marls gives to Miss Pickford the most tenderly ap pealing role in which she has ever An ACTCRAFT Picture HER GREATEST PICTURE SINCE TESS OF THE STORM COUNTRY A KEYSTONE COMEDY WILL ALSO BE SHOWN FMPRES lJ TONIGHT LAST TIME A Picture That Shows a Beautl ful Woman at TEMPERED STEEL Drama Packing a Terrific Punch in a Feminists VelvetCovered Directed by Ralph Ince ftRPHtUM TONIGHT ITJ Theda Bara In a SixAct Also Other Good LAST TIMES GOLDWYN PRESENTS MAE MARSH IN The Glorious Adventure FRIDAY NIGHTS THIS AUGUST 2nd and 3rd MATINEE SATURDAY SPECIAL RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF THE GREATEST SHOW IN THE WORLD OR LOVES STRUGGLE THROUGHOUT THE AGES STAN A MGHTV CUMAX THAT KEEP8 AUVE THE A RACE FOR LiFE BETWEEN THE AUTOMOBILE AND AN OVERLAND Once Nightly At SPECIAL MATINEE SATURDAY AT BABYLON IN ITS BARBARIC THE STORY OF CHRIST MEDIEVAL THE HUG AND THE COURT OF CKXKLE8 THE MODERN FOUR TERRIFIC HUMAN NATURE STRIPPED FOB ACTION FROM THE DAWN OF CIVILIZATION TO SPECIAL PRICES 25c Saturday Matinee 2Sc ;