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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE The three words that tell the whole &ory of a perfedt cup of coffee, from plantation to breakfast table- 1 "Seal Brand" Coffee. In Jf, 1 and 3 pound tint. Whole-ground-pulvwiMd-alto fIn* ground for Fcrcolators. Never sold la bulk. tar CHASB & SANBORN, MONTREAL. IP OF CLUB IS Now Round Hundred Mark - Club Pennants Now Ready For Members Comfort in the Home The Sunshine Furnace chases chills from coldest corners and insures utmost comfort in the home throughout the winter. Don't buy any furnace or heating plant until you have investigated the merits of the i'Sua* shine.^ SUNSHINE FURNACE LONDON -TORONTO MONTREAL_WINNING VANCOUVER ST. JOHN, N.B. HAMILTON CALOART I SASKATOON EDMONTON I For Sale by The DIXON SHEET METAL CO. LTD. MAGIC BAKING POWDER COOLER IN STATES. I nounced today, although conditions "Washington, Aug. I!.-The heated | In the far northwest Indicate the re-Ipell Is at an end In all part* of the I turn of warmer weather In northern country, the weather bureau an-1 districts within a few days. MARRIAGE IN BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY Sinco the reorganization ot the Lethbrldgo Automobile club the other night, the club has had a busy time, what with the big trip to Carmtngay the rush for new members and the formation of the provincial motor league. There are busier times ahead when the delegates return from Cal gary where the Alberta Motor league was formed as they will have many suggestions as to tho policy to be fol lowed hy the local club In the matter of rouds. A meeting of the membership com mltteo of the club will bo held on Monday evening. Chairman Kennedy wants every membor of his committee to bo present. Quite a number of new names will be added to the list in the next week. The club membor-nhlp is now in the neighborhood of 100.^The committee Is working hard to increase the membership to a number commensurate with the number of cars in the city and district, and they think that when they get their distinctive membership pennants distributed the work will be much easier. The pennants are hero and are in the Alberta Motor leaguo's colors, purple and old gold. Club members may get their pennants by applying to the secretary. Following is a list of the members who have signed up to date: E. Alns-worth, J. H. Alexander, Dr. L. T. Alien, W. J. Armstrong, J. W. Bawden, B. Bertrand. R. S. Beattie, U. T. Brym-ner, A. M. Beaaley, D. Clemis, T. W. Crofts, Dr. Connor, Dr. Campbell, Dr. Cragg, G. R. Dixon, Senator Do Veber, F. W. Downer, D. H. Elton B. A. Ewert, T. S. Fetterly, C. S. Farrow, R. A. C.rant, Geo. W. Green, A. M. Grigg, J. T. Graham, V. E. Green, R. J. Gordon, Henderson Garage, T. M. Huff, D. E. Harris, J. Harris, A. Hayr, J. Hufner, J. S. Home, A. B. Hogg, R. C. Harvey, M. P. Johnston, Judge Jackson, Allen Jack. Wm. Ingram, \V. Kellett, Ed. Kennedy, A. Kessler, Geo. Kerr, W. M. Kuth, Peter Lund, O. T. Lathrop, J. H. Lee, G. E. C. Martin, Dr. W. II. Marrs, J. W. McNIcol, W. L. McKenzie, T. H. McCready, Mart McMahon, Geo. B. Mackay, H. A. McMillan, A. I,. McKelvie, Chas. McKay, C. S. Noble, H. Ostlund, F. J. Pugh, T. Quinn, Dr. Roy, E. U. Rylands, W. T. Rogers, E. J.RoBsiter, D. A. Simpson, Geo. Stacey, V. \V. Swanson H. O. Salberg, R. J. Swanson, A. C Saunders, F. Thaell, J, E. Terrlll, John Taylor, J. B. Turney, A. F. S. Tatum. J. H. Virtue, W. D. Whitney, A. J. Whitnov, Bruce Wallace, R. A. Wright, R. W. Wallace, H. C. C. Salmon, A. U. McGuiro, E. E. Everall, E. B. Hill, E. C. Guilbault, D. J. Lloyd, J. R. Wellington. Fred Hick, .T. A. Warner A. V. Gibbons, John Gilmore, L. Bounell. MURDER, SUICIDE, GIRL IS MISSING Tragedy at Brudeiheim In Ru-thenian Family Over Domestic Affairs Edmonton, Aug. 3.-Mrs. Dora Wol-ansky, a Ruthenian woman living at Skaro, a few miles northeast of Brud-erheim, was- murdered Wednesday night and Steve Kuleszksky, who shot her .committed suicide by hanging himself the game evening. A third tragedy is believed to be on the list in the person of the murdered woman's daughter, Effie, whom the murderer and Buiclde took along with him after the shooting, which was the outcome of the mother refusing to allow her daughter to keep company with the man. Latest reports from the scene of the tragedies is that no trace has been found of the missing girl, though large crowds of men are hunting the vicinity for her, under the leadership of the provincial police. NEW CANADIAN FLIERS. It lfl not--generally known that Mr. Wallace" Goforth. mlsKlmviry at liar-dlevllle, Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Co-forth, the widely known missionaries In China. In Presbyterian home* especially, the mimes of Mr. (", ihey were permitted to follow their deshv to enter the most northerly province of llonnn, and their remarkable work there, together with their miraculous escapes during the boxer uprising, continues to be spoken anil written about In the churches ami relij-lons press of America. These famous missionaries arc now in Ontulo and are j expected to visit their son here next I month. ' A gentleman from the east informs ' tlio Herald that .Mr. (ioforlli's eldest j brother had Just completed his course and wan preparing to return to China 1 to take up tho same work as his fnih- \ er and mother when war broke out. ' Instead Mr. Goforth bolnK assured that war was likely to come, enlisted two i days before war was d tela red and I was promoted to the rank of captain ! on the field. Just previous to this ho j won tho 20-mile marathon at Toronto. ; Mr. Goforth of Hardievllie is to I apeak in the United Church, North ! Lethbridgo tomorrow evening. He ' was born and brought up in China ; and those who hear him on Sunday j will have first hand information of I the life and work of a missionary in \ that country. People who know, say that "things are happening" at Hardievllle since he came six weeks ago. ill!?! � HEALTH AND HAPPINESS Whan we think of one we naturally thick of the other. They are inseparable. The little children with their robuat bodies, the healthy flow In their cheek* and the sharp twinkle In their eyn-thoy are happy. Ac rather Time hurriea on, nature beoomoa more lax In the perform&noe of her arduous duties-(he need* assistance In order that youthful ?lfor and happiness may be maintained. She welcome! sash an apt �Baistaataa mi Mil if' (KtfUlcrnl) mi GERMAN CORRESPONDENTS SEE BATTLE FROM AFAR Copenhagen, Aug. ". - German newspapers ot Thursday morning eon-tain no details of importance on tho battle in Flanders beyond official reports. The German war correspondents are as yet observing tho battle from", a safo distance near Cliarles-vllle, several kilometres behind the front, and endeavor to give the news from the scanty material supplied by the military censor. That the correspondents observed instructions is evident in nil the newspapers by the heading "specials from the front," and all stute that the German artillery was able to hold its own with the Anglo-French in the preliminary bombardment. All of the accounts emphasize the mass character of tho British and French attacks and all claim the perliminary victory explaining, however, that the heavy 1 a non-intoxicating beverage. Pure, wholesome and nutritious. A product of fine cereals selected for their nutritive value as well as for the deliciousness resulting from their scientific combination. Given fragrance and tang by the addition of choicest hops. Serve MALTUM STCUT on the table. It goes well with hot meals and cold lunches, unusually refreshing as a thirst quencher and possesses a quality of flavor that goes delightfully With food. PUT UP IN QUARTS, PINTS, HALF PINTS OB IN CASKS Order a ca�� to-dmy from your grocer, drufglit, confectioner or direct from \ E.LDrewry LIMITS D Winnipeg, Man. The Marquis of Carlsbrooke, familiarly known as Prince Alexander of Battenburg, and his bride, Lady Irene Denison, of Londesborough, who were married in London in the presence ot the King, Queen Mary and other members of the Royal Family. T Always First London. Aug. 3.-Liouts. T. K. Gar-side and W.' S.'Macky, of the Canadian infantry'! and Lieut. W. S. Stone, of the artillery, have been gazetted to j fighting has not ended and may con the flying corjpjjf.' ' tinue- for weeks. , �: : : > : : ? : : > * > : : AUSTRIAN TROOPS IN CZERNOWITZ. Vienna, Aug. 3, via Amsterdam. - Amstro - Hungarian troops have entered Czerno-wita, the. capital of the crown land of Hukowma. : > > : �> \ ANCHOR-DONALDSON LINE ! S.S. Agent, or H. E. LIDMAN, Gen eral Agent. 449 Main St., Winnipeg, Man., Phone M. 5312. 470 Granville St., Vancouver. Phone 3ey. 3199 FEATURE EXHIBITS because of -Cleansing power in every grain ^Superior � qnality assuring economy ^"l^^iK -Absence of Caua-^ tics, Acid., Alkali or Ammonia -No roughening or reddening of the Important to You We have on hand, prior to advance In piicfs, a large assorted stock of funeral goods, which enables us to Nell at lowest prices. MacKay & MacKay MODERN UNDERTAKERS COR 8th ST.'4 3rd AVE 3. LKTHSRIDGE COUNTRY ORDKRK ARE OIVKN PROMPT ATTENTION PHONE 1802 OPEN DAY AND NIOHT Claresholm, Aug. 3.-At the Clares-holm exhibition held on August 1 and 2, the feature was the large number of entries in the horse classes, there being about 80 entries in the light horse classes and 130 in the heavy horse classes. In the class for thoroughbred stallions Lieut. Commander Klngscote's "Bachelor's Beau" beat F. W. Elliott's "Nashwaak." There was a good show of roadsters but standard breds were only a small class. John .Stevenson won the prize for Clydesdale stallions over 3 years and W. A. Horllcker the same class for Percherons, with General Carnot. In the class for agricultural brood mares out of 10 entries A. Grice took' 1st and 2nd ribbons, and out of 14 entries In the foal class J. L. Salmon took first place. In heavy draft brood mares R. A. Shearer won in a class of six and he also took the special prize for best heavy draft female. Best agricultural female shown was won by George Stewart. In a class of seven John Armstrong won for best agricultural team to wagon and in tho same class for heavy draft horses J. O. White came out victorious. The special prize for team to wagon (registered or grade) went to George Beatty in a class of 30. George Beatty was first in the class for best four farm mares. About 70 cattle were on exhibit and Percy David and George Beatty took most of the ribbons. T. C. Milnes had a splendid exhibit of Aberdeen Angus cattle forward. Sheep, sv/lne and poul-� try only obtained a small entry. Domestic producta classes were well filled. W. R. Lowes judged the light horses, A. R. Galbraith the heavy horses and Thos. Laycock the cattle, About ,500 people were present the first day and about 1600 the second. >  < HOSPITAL SHIP IS  ? LOST OFF HALIFAX  < � ' '-  < Halifax, Aug. 4.--The hoi pltal ship which went ashore Wednesday at Portuguese Cove 10 miles from Halifax, is now a complete loss. There was a heavy seu Friday and tho steamer broke in two nearly amldship, tho stern sinking In deep water. "WHO SAYS CORN FLAKES?" "WE ALL DO 1" " Then Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes you shall have. There's nothing better." TOASTED CORN FLAKES have been made in Canada for over eleven years, and every year the sales, have increased enormously. Insist on the original in the red, white and green package. MADE IN CANADA. The Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co., Limited. Head Office and Factory: London, Ont. 3366 5743 ;