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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Tl-RSDAY, Jl'LY 30. 1018 IXTHBRIDGE DATT.Y TTERALD PAGE FIVE Get Your Digestion k Shape Many ailments are caused by stomach weakness. Faulty cHf;cst;ion leads to L:'j'j;;rnsr,s, sick headache, dizzinv r,:-, sallow skin and eruptions. Maintain a healthy condition of the stomach, and you will get rid of the chief cause of your sufferings. Do not neglect the laws of health. Keep stomach, liver and bowels in order by timely use of British Anti-Sub Fleet Has Been Most Successful London, July 30.-"The British nntl-submarliie fleet hns brought the submarine menncc dov/n to Its present less formldnbln dinicn-siono," Sir Eric Gcdden, first lord of the admiralty, declared In the house of commons today, "but," tye added, "we still have considerable additions to make to the fleet before the margin of safety which we must have will be obtained." 610 IE Lugctt SMc of any Mcdiciao in Ibo Wo.-li Sell) ovcrjwharo. la boxct, 'iSr., mm 10 onnF New Uruft Treaty .hint Ratified Makes These Liable Now Washinaton, July 30.-Ratification of tlie draft treaties between the United States and Great Britain and Canada were exciinnged tvday at London, it was officially stated at the state department, mairH; nmlioKiiny drosHor; oalt drusKcr; gus liuator; RloCleary ga'.i ranRo wllli Hido ovun; linms trlinnuul bndH comploto .with springs and mattrcsiiOH; carpet squaroii; picturoH; bouka; dishes; wnaliing iiiachinu; and the iitiiial kitchen reciulsltes. ALSO AT TWO O'CLOCK A FORD AUTOMOBILE TRUCK GUARANTEED IN A-1 RUNNING ORDER TERMS CASH PHONES TrtV-f 69 A PROMPT ATTENDANCE RESPECTFULtV REQUESTED British Mail Held Up "Winniiveg. .Inly ;!0.-Wliih' tour lialches of Hritish mail are tied up in tiie odlce. soldiers wives and relatives today plaijnod on a concerted demand for Ihe right to sort and dislribute it. A deputation rcpreaent-in.i? a largo number of women of Winnipeg will wait on the pnstniuster tomorrow afternoon and demand that they may be ponnitlod to sort the private mail from overseas. Many Letters Tied Up Winnipeg, July HO-There are 2.000,-OOi) letters in llie local post olllco wait-i iiig lo be sorted. Of the hundred per-sons working on them today, 90 are; representatives of big firms trying tn got the mail in such shape that their (inns can get mail. No attempt Is being made to handle iirivate mail. Business letters are iieing disposed of as quickly as possible. Govt. To Act Ottawa, .Inly ;iO.-The cabinet council was not in session this morning hut consideration of tlie letter carriers' strike sitnaMon will be resumed at a sea.sioii to bo held this afternoon when more complete information will be In the hands of the government. The .government is still hopeful that tho carriers will return to work but dellnlte action. It is understood, will not ho long delayed In the event of the strike being continued. At Vancouver Vancouver, B. C, July 30.-No attempts at deliveries of mail is being made at the Vancouver post oIlicc today. Of the fifty strike breakers employed at the mail post oRice last evening only thirty-live appeared for duty this morning. They are engaged in an attempt to sort the accumulated mail of the InSt week, Picketers Placed A''nncouver, July 30.-Nearly tour 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 office. Expect Settlement., Calgary, July ,29.-^yhe situation among the striking postal clerks and letter carriers Is unchanged hero, but men are Inclined to believe that the committee in Winnipeg will accept tho proposal made by tho Hon. T. W. Crotliers, ministor of labor. If pro-inisoH made are satisfactory to the committee the strike will be declared off in all tho cities in Western Canada. Postmaster King hns received instructions from Ottawa lo fill the places of tho strikers, but It is not likely that any action will be taken by tho local postmaster until definite word has boon received from the com-iiiilteo or tho minister of labor at \Vinni]ieg. Return to Work. Ilegina. ,luly 29.-Kivo' strikers returned to work this nfternoon and a liltio businoRS Is being dono. At a meeting of tlio strikers It was decided to post no pickets and lo offer'no Violence. OeiLLFORGASI S.ALBEmFOR GASOLIi SyPPLY Kdmonton, July Tds-Ih of nat- ural gas in both .Nurtliii-ii and Southern Alberta, for thi' purpose of ascertaining their values iis .'^(nircea of gasoline, are to be ronuiiciiciid at once lindor tho diroetlon of I). H. Dowliiig. of the Canada Oeoiou-iial Survey who is in the city today. i:.\i);Himental ap-paratitB of three dlffrront types constructed at sonu' oi' llie local macliino shops, and ii is cxiioctod that within a few weeks ai'iiinl operations will be under way. luiiliiiliiy licglnning at the IMngman Well .'-ciiilli of Calgary. Tho absorption iin'ilioii is to i)e tried and thorough l"-,;s will be made witli each of the tlircr iii;ichin(!s and on all different grail"-; ni coiinlry. .After Ihe Calgary tosis liavi; beiMi com-pleled similar work �ill he carrlod on In the Viking and l-cafo Uivor (ields. S. E. Clipper, who Ikik been in charge of the .survey work in Allicrta during the summer, will be ;issociatcd witli Mr. Dowllng. AT THE MAJESTIC BABYLON DID NOT FALL AS BOOK OF DANIEL SAYS In order to make bis ii.'iiroiliiction of ancient Hahylon in "Intolerance," which comes to tlie Majcstii' next Friday and Saturday, as liistorlcally correct as possible, I). W. (Irlffiih employed for "innntlis rcsearrii cxpiM'ts lo examine Ihe sun-baked eyiiiiders and tablets of .Nabonidus and I'yriis (!Xcavalod from Ihe ruins of ilii^ 1am-ous old-world city. In liieir (inosl liiese experls dl^icovered ihal llabylon (lid not tall according to llie book of Daniel but was bclrayod inio llin hands of C!ynis, the Persian, liy Pel, llie liigli pricsl. an act of Ireachery pronipttMl i)y the worship of tlie goddess Isbtar by Belsbazzar and liis people. These experts failed lo find among Ihe excavated records of lialiylon any authorily" for the "liandwriling lui the wall" incident a� told in liie liool; of Daniel, and that is why Mr. Crlffitli (lid not inclurtt^ tliis Inrideiil in liis ; reproduction of llie fall of Habiyon \ and Ihe tlirilling events tlial led up lo i It. I For its Iriieno.s.a lo fact and accuracy i in detail "intolerance" lias been eiitliii-' slastlcally jiralsed by lliosi! eminent ! Assyrian aulhorllles. Rev. IJr. Archi-' bald Henry Saycc, of Oxford and Prof. | .Morris Jastrow. Jr., of tlio t'niverslty of Pcnnsylvanln. The seals for the local engagenieni of tlil.H already celebrated spectacle will go on sale on Wednesday al the theatre. appeared on tho screen. The An craft star for tho first time In her career plays a doiibif^ role, the characters of .Stella .Marls, wlio has been a paralytic for ten years, living In a liome of \vealMi, surrounded by every luxury and Willi the tender and devoted care of the circle of friendH who are worshippers al Ihe "Court of Stella Marlfs," the bedroom where none wiili-out sullies are allowed to eiiler, and where world-wisdom and care lias no i place; and thai of 1,'nlly, a veritable I'gly Duckling, Uio slave of an orphanage, living on the scraps and dres�lng in llie rags which are given ^to her In Ihe naiiK- of charity. pincss tn scores of mill workers and finally of making its owner the brltla of llie ttoallliiest man in town. All ilil!! traiiaiiires In Mae Marsh's latest (iolilwyn pi.iilHctlon. "The) Olorloiia Advent lire. � from the story by Bdltb HartianI lieiiiiio. which U showing at Slarianil a;,'alii tonight. A silver dollar, tlie only possession of a friendless girl In a strange lowii, is tho means of olitnlning her shelter In a beautiful home, of bringing hap- EFFORI10 SIETFN BITIER GE Something In the way of a novel theatrical offering will be that of the famous Hostoniaiis who return to the JIaJestic on Wednesday I tomorrow) and Tliursdny nights. Tills company of dainty girlies will be seen In an up-to-the-minute vaudeville offering composed of Rpecialtie.-!. songs, dances, ensembles, etc. The iud'.vidual artistry of each of these clever girls will be a source of entertainment and pleasure to the large audiences who will doubtless be present on Wednesday and ThurSiday nights to welcome the Dostonlans back again. MAJESTIC Tonight For the LPist Time BIRTH The Motion Picture Triumphant The Sanctity and Duties of MOTHERHOOD Performance for Ladles Only. Prices, 50c any seat. Amsterdam. July -In what is considered in allied rirrles here an attempt to sweeten ilie liitler pill of the German people, tlie llerlin government is circulatinf-, a iiampblet dealing with the "ahorl'iiing of tho German front," written liy a former Uer-man general staff ollicer. According to a lierlin dispatch received here the ollicer said in part: "Tho only jiriiiciplo to follow In all mcasurea is lo inlllct the heaviest jjossible losses iia tho enemy and keep our own as low as possible. If this result is acliievoil we shall approach even nearer the final aim of our operations. A favorable tactilal basis must be created. 'However, this is being attained liy tlie present shortening of our front, it will cause our opponents to loiitinue his attack by the enii)Ioymenl of fresh forces, because only thus can he extract success from the ground in this sector whlcli he has occupied without fighting. If he did not do this it would be an open admission of the failure of his offensive." Of nnqueslioned interest to local playgoers is the announcement that D. W. Griffith's new spectacle "Intolerance. " which ran over six months In New York, Is coiuiiig to the Majestic on Friday and Saturday nights and Saturday matinee this week. "Intolerance"' tolls the story of love's struggla throughout tho ages by means of four contrasting narratives, the scenes of which are laid In Ancient Rabylon, Judea when Christ was on earth. Mediaeval Paris and a modern American city. The production, which is said to be the moat magnificent one of all time, cost over two million dollars. It was ; three years In the making and 12ri,00li: people took part In It. Judging from its long and highly successful engage-i inents In Chicago. Philadelphia, Pittsburg, San l'''rancisco and ],o;i Angeles, its popularity will more than rival that of "The Birth of a Nation." Seats are now selling. AT STARLANB WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY Mary PIckford's next appearance in an Artc.raft picture will be an adaptation from Win. J. Locke's novel, "Stella Marls," wh.ich will be shown at Starland Wednesday and Thursday. It was prepared' for the screen by Francis .Alarlon and produced by Marshall Neilan, who directed Miss Pick-ford's latest success, "Uebecca of Sunnybrook Farm," and "A Little Princess." The story of Stella Marls gives to Miss Piokford the most tenderly appealing role in which she has ever iBfVtSallocte pMiBrtiiyFrmices Marion fafgtunr Kordialllfeaan � An ADTCDAFT Picture. HER GREATEST PICTURE SINCE "TESS OF THE STORM COUNTRY" A TWO-REEL KEYSTONE COMEDY WILL ALSO BE SHOWN FRESC TONIGHT LAST TIME A Picture That Shows a Beautl fui Woman at Bay. --IkVi. ^eTROVA in TEMPERED STEEL" ,