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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8, UJ17 THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HKHAiV' PAGE FIVE " "Seal Brand" means a certain, definite blend of high-grade coffee-uniform in quality and always delicious. Don't take any chances- always insist on having "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. la }i, 1 and 2 pound tins. Whole-ground-pulverized-alio line ground for Percolators. Never fold in bulk. ita CHASE & SANBORN, MONTREAL. BE HELD FRIDAY T TAKE PR1 Pctrogrart, Aug. 8.-Russian troops tiro on tlio offensive in tho Chotln region near tho south eastern frontier of Gallcia. Yesterday they drove the AUBtro-Qerman forces from two villages, capturing the height and took more than 300 prisoners and four machine guns, tho war office announced today. British Press Forward "Berlin, Aug. 8, via London.-Uritish forces after artillery hombardment of drum fire intensity last night pressed forward from Nleuport. on tho coastal sector of the Belgian front", but were driven back utter hand to hand lighting, says the German ottlcin) announcement. apnnd. "I infer from news reports today that progress has been made since I left. You must not form opinion? too hastily from news dispatches, for tlio reason that they are incomplete. They are true, but. may not carry the spirit of the situation as a whole," said Mr. Hoot. HUNS FEAR London, Aug. 8.-Tlio situation in Poland is critical. According to information received by the correspondent at Lusanne, Switzerland, of the Exchange Telegraph company, the Germans are said to bo discussing the possibility of an organized revolt on the part of the Poles. All German women in Poland, including the wives of high military and civil olllciais have returned to Germany. Martial law, the correspondent adds, has been declared ut Warsaw and in other Polish centres. Riots which have been suppressed with much bloodshed in mining area have been renewed. OVER-SUBSCRIBED Washington, Aug. 7.-The treasury's offer of $300,000,000 in certificates in indebtedness maturing Nov. IB, the first financing under tho pro. sted second offering, of Liberty bonds, was largely over-subscribed when subscriptions closed at 3 p.m., today. Minneapolis, Aug. 7.-That Germany has spend $48,000,000 in propaganda work in Russia since the overthrow of tho Romanoffs and was responsible for much of the peace agitation and internal turmoil that recently confronted Petrograd . officials was tho message brought to Minneapolis by Elihu Root and members of the United States commission to Russia, who today continued thoir Journey homo after passing through this city. Regardless of tho German propaganda, however, members of tho commission were all enthusiastic over the reception that was given them In Russia, and stated that they wero returning with a messago of sincere belief that Russia will make no sop-irate peace and that sho, with her aides, will fight tho war to a finish. "I am optimistic for Russia," said Mr. Root, adding that ho was not at liberty to discuss tho Russian question in detail, "but 1 am willing to say (hat the Russian leaders, Korensky, kornlloff, and others are great men, Ind once they can drive the real Issue tome to the people, Russia will re- LOCAL HI. POLICE 1 The majority of the Mounted Police throughout the province are now encamped in various locations. The Calgary division are at Banff, and the local division combined with that of Macleod, aro at Waterton Lakes. The Lcthbrldge party consists of nineteen men under the command of Inspector Chaney, and left the city on Monday morning for Macleod, where they spent the night and proceeded in the morning in company with about the same number of Macleod men. The joint camp is under the command of Supt. Stearns of Macleod. It is understood that these are the first camps held for a considerab'y time and the fact that they are for the purpose of giving the men mill-, tary, and particularly cavalry training, would indicate that there is a connection between these camps and the visit of the medical examiner who tested the men for service overseas. Motorists, Attention! It does not matter what kind of a car you drive-wc aim to give you service. Ladies' waiting room fully equipped with every convenience provided for customers. Twenty-four hour service. Mclaughlin garage (UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT) 11TH STREET SOUTH FOR SALE 500 RAM LAMBS Dropped March 1st, from Full Blood UoiimeyM and Ramboullet Ewes $40.00 per head in Carload Lots $SO.OO per head, Lots of lO or less F. O. B. LETHBRIDGE DELIVERY ANY TIME These are the best stuff ever bred In Canada, from 'Frisco World Exhibition Prize Winners. Bred especially for the western range, kesping both wool and mutton qualities and constitution In light. CALL OR WRITE R. C. HARVEY 631 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIOOK ' (From Onr Own- Correspondent) Magrath, Aug. 7.-Don't forget tho Magrath Agricultural dates are next Friday and Saturday. Thursday will be tho day to mulce tho entries. We all have a few articles wo can bring to the fair, why not make it one of the best ever held, don't leave it for our neighbor to do, let us one and all do onr full share to make it a grand success. On Saturday a good lino of sports huvo been arranged; it has been declared a half holiday and ev-ory one must observe the .same. Horse races, foot races and all sorts of obstacle races, also baseball games, Raymond, .Mugrnth and Cardston teams. For full particulars sec large bills now In circulation. The Magrath students who passed tho Hth Grado exams were: Mary Mathur, Cyril Fossey, Ray Cook, Uhnily Taylor, Kinery Gurney and Horace Rlrle. The Misses Laura Ririe, Bessie Chipman, Ada Gibb and Ethel Henln-gor are spending a holiday at Hanff. They left on Friday and expect to be there a week. Early in tho spring the town council offered $75 to bo given in throo prizes for tho best vegetable gardens in Magrath. The competition has been under the direction of tho Women's Institute, who received the entries, etc. Tho gardens entered wero judged last week by Mr. Wm. Palmer, an expert gardener, and his decision was as follows. The gardens were judged from the following points: Cultivation, cleanliness, ordor, difficulties to overcome, quantity and value of vegetables, quality of vegetables, assortment. A. R. Bennett has a very good garden and his points are: Cultivation 20, cleanliness 17, order 20, difficulties -, quantity value 20, quality 20, assortment 20, total 11.7. Bruce Cope's garden came 2nd: Cultivation 17, cleanliness 20, order 15, difficulties 12, quantity and value in, quality 14, assortment 10, total 10'J. Peter Anderson's garden stands third in the competition: Cultivation 10, cleanliness 1G, order 15, difficulties 14, quantity and value 13, quality 13, assortment 14, total 101. Magrath people are now enjoying a long wished for pleasure, the electric lights. They were turned on a week ago and with the street lights, Magrath put on the appearance of a city. Thanks to the mayor and council of 1917. Mrs. Jennie Barclay and little daughter Alberta, returned to their home In Calgary last week, after spending a month with Mrs. Barclay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ter. The death occurred on Wednesday last of Mr. Henderson of Purple Springs, father of Mrs. Francis Bingham. Mr. Henderson has been ill for some time at the home of his daughter. The body was taken to Purple Springs for burial. Sunday evening the M. 1. A. conrer-ence convened in the Assembly Hall. A number of visitors were in attendance from Raymond. A number of Magrath people motored to Cardston on Sunday to attend the regular quarterly conference of the Alberta Stake. Apostalas I-Iyruni M. Smith and Anthon W. Iv-ins were present from Salt Lake. Some very good meetings were held and some excellent musical numbers were rendered by tho choir, under the leadership of J. Frank Layne, as also were tho other numbers. Among the Magrath people were: Bishop and Mrs. Harker, Mr. and Mrs. Bery Mathew, P. A. Woolley and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. B. Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. H. Wood. The regular quarterly conference of tho Taylor Stake will be hold In Raymond on August 11th and 12th. The Misses Margaret Watson and Sadie Mercer returned on Monday night from Edmonton, whore they have been attending summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Wood have returned from Waterton Lakes, where they have been holidaying. Aug returned with a six-poundor, which he landed. A pleasant afternoon was spent^on Monday, when the officers of 'Jhe Women's Institute met at the home of Mrs. Palmor and gave her a surrSrlse party. A good time was had and delicious refreshments served. Those present were: Mrs. Shelton, Mrs, Agnos Turner, Miss Hall, Mrs. Critch-field, Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. Mae Turner, Mrs. Sarah Poul-sen and Mrs. H. Wood. Don't forget the Magrath fair next Friday and Saturday. A 14 dny sale oponed at Grant and Da vies store on Monday morning. Long before tho doors wero opened crowds wero standing anxious to get the bargains offered. Tho light Bhowers of the past week around Magrath have boon thankfully received by tho farmers, every few drops helps the grain considerably. A good shower passed over the district northwest of here on Monday night. Several fields southwest , ot town nro In excellent condition and harvesting will bo In full swing in another wook. The Ited Cross lunch rooms will be lu charge of the Ladies' Aid on Friday and Saturday afternoons. Sandwiches, coffee, cako and ice cream will be on sale, so people, when they return from the fair grounds, can call in and get lunch. Don't forget, in Hoaiher-shaw's hardware building you can get a delicious lunch on Friday and Saturday afternoons,- the Magrath Fair days. The steady rain ot Monday night and part of Tuosduy will be a.wqndor ful help to the grain fields, It is much better than a heavy rain, at the present time A marriage of Interest to local poo night at tho home of the bride's mother, when Mr. Orin Harker of Magrath and Miss Hell Corless or Raymond wore wed by the groom's father, Bishop Harker. Tho members of both families witnessed the ceremony. Mr. and Mns. Harker will make their home in Magrath. A very commendable tiling is being done by a group of thirteen year old girls here, Mattio Matkin, Lottie. God-i frey, Flora Merklny, Cleo Jensen and j Clover Hasmussen have made a nice quilt and are now selling numbers at 10c each. The proceeds will go to tho Cardston Temple Intnl. These girls have made all the blocks and bought all the goods, and .Monday afternoon they met with their mothers at tho home of Mrs. Chris. Jensen and quilted. We hope no person will refuse to buy a chance on this quilt. PENALTIES FOR THE - ~p Ottawa. Aug. fi.-The following not ice in connection with the promulgn lion of regulations number 1 and 'J of the board of grain supervisors for Canada, has been issued by the clerk of tho privy council: "Regulations Nos. I and 2 of tho board of grain supervisors, copies of which are attached, are hereby approved, ratified and confirmed, and all offences created and penalties imposed by said regulations aro hereby said to be as effectively created and Imposed as if enacted by this order and regulation. (Signed) "Rodolphe lleaudreau, "Clerk of the Privy Council." Regulation No. 1 of the board of grain supervisors creating offences and providing penalties in respect of violation of any order of regulation made by the board: "Members of the board of grain supervisors for Canada who are engaged In tho business of buying or selling, or who belong to firms or companies so engaged, will be required to submit their books, or the books of their firms or companies, to tho inspection of any person or persons named or appointed by tho minister of trade and commerce for Canada." Regulation No. 2 of the board of grain supervisors creating offences and providing penalties in respect of violation of any order or regulation made by the board provides that any person or firm tailing to attend and to submit documents or evidence as required by the board shall be liable to a fine not exceeding $2,000 and costs and not less than $200 and costs, or to imprisonment for not more than two years; .or to both fine and imprisonment;**?^;.'.. ?�*> The penalty is provided of a fine of not less than $1,000 and costs and not more than $5,000 and coBts, or of five years' Imprisonment, or both fine and Imprisonment, for conviction of any parties or failure to comply with the board's regulations respecting the fixed price of grain and prohibited export of grain without special permission, also for failure to comply with any orders as to disposition of such quantities of grain which may be issued by the board. This penalty also is provided for parties responsible for: The selling for milling purposes of grain other than that prescribed by the board. The sending to the allied powers of any grain other than that prescribed by the board or for the refusal to send to such powers grain prescribed by the board. , The refusal to sell grain at the price fixed by the board for such a sale, or for the sale of grain at any price other than that fixed by the board. Any attempt to Interfere with any order the board may issue as to tho taking oyer of any grain, possession of which is required by the board under paragraph G, order-in-councll 1G01, or any attempt to prevent the accredited agents of the board from taking possession of such grain. The same penalty will be Inflictod on any persons who violate any order or regulation of tho board, for which offence penalty hus not been provided elsewhere in tho regulations. ,The .full penalty may be Inflicted on' eaqh and every officer of any corporation convicted of breach of these regulations. Any parties making false or untrue statements to the board or to its accredited agents is liable to a fine of not less than $200 and costs and not. j Wre' than $400 and costs, or to two j years' Imprisonment, or to both fine ' and imprisonment. Everywhere in work, study or play '8s "The Flavour Lasts" is a welcome help. Teeth,breath, appetite, digestion and spirits are the better for it. Wrigley's makes the next pipe or cigar taste better. It pleasantly sweetens and soothes mouth and throat. Three Lasting Flavours Sealed fight -Kept right Be sure it's WRIGLEVS Chew it after every meal 13! AN ESSAY CONTEST (Grain Growers' Guide). None of the farmers have yet been honored by the King with a title. However, we know that a large number ot them would like to know how it feels to wear a title and be a knight, or a baronet, or a real live lord. In order to secure this information for our readers we have decided to offer a prize of $10.00 for tho best 500 word essay on "How it feels to be a knight." This competition is open to all the knights in Canada. We offer another prize of $5.00 for a similar essay on "How it feels to be a lord," open to all Canadian lords. We mako the prize smaller for this subject because we have only a few of these fellows in the land. As soon as these articles are received we will publish them in The Guide, and then we will all know how it feels to have a title. son, whose wife has been wronged by Varden, calls at the latter's apartments in a drunken condition and tries to kill him, but is ovorpowered by Varden. Immediately after the marriage Varden insists that Mary leave her dying mother and sail with him. Angered by her refusal he sails alone telling her to follow. On tho ship he is attracted by Nitra Ruiz, a South American heiress and they become engaged. Mary, left alone with no income after her mother's death, and deserted by Varden, seeks empolynient. The papers announce a shipwreck and the death of Varden, naming him as the liancoe of Nitra Ruiz. Mary decides she will never use the name of Varden. reveals the mauter hand of Wllkle Collins and the highest type ot :no-tfon picture production. Features of the production are the beautiful photographic effects, sets and scenery. There are scenes representing a storm at night, which are equal to anything ot their kind ever seen on the screen. Don't miss this marvelous picture as well as the novol comedy "Lonesome Luke" Plumber, full of laughs. What the Press Agents Say j pie took place in Raymond on Monday Orpheus, AT THE EMPRESS One of the big features at the Empress tonight is the reel showing scenes In Russia during the, recent revolution. This is a big special which should be seen by everybody. The other feature la "Whose Wife," featuring Gail Kane, as Mary Melvillo. Mary Melville, to pleaso her invalid mother marries Claude Varden, a wealthy man of tho world. On the evo of the marriage Mrs. Melville Is stricken and Varden receives a business summons to Buenos Ayres, Tom Nel- AT STARLAND "The Woman in White" offers one of the most famous novels in tho F.nglish language, photcdramatlzed and produced with the extremely popular star Florence Labadie In the leading dual role of Laura Fafriio, the heiress and Ann Catherick, the Woman in White, supported by a splendid cast. The mysterious Woman in White escapes from the insane asylum whoro Sir Percival Clyde has placed her, because sho knows too much about his machinations. She is tho exact double of his wife, whom ho has married to gain her fortune. Whon, after a series of thrilling incidents, the Woman in White dies, Glydo and his accomplice, Count Fosco, plan to send Lady Glyde to the asylum as Ann Catherick and to bury tho dead woman as Lady Glyde. How thoir diabolical ischeiiio is] frustrated is told in a ^n^nner which t 0 RPHEUI TODAY Harris & ProyCo. in Musical Comedy "THE SLAVES OF THE ORIENT" THURS., FRI., AND SAT. "IN PANAMA" PRICES Matinee .............. 10c 35c Night................. 25c 50e Feature Films at Each Performance s E?5SS - Big Extra! "The Russian Revolution" Never-to-be-forgotten scenes in Moscow and Petrogra d in the very thick of the most amaglnz revolution in the world's history. Also GAIL KANE In "Whose Wife," a b ig star production in five acts. Also Latest Weekly and J. R. Hall, in solos. \ MI�S ARCOLA PROY With the Harris and Troy Co. at the I PATHE PRESENTS Tonight Real Comedy "Lonesome LVke, the Plumber" ,.. j� M�fa,o' Lauahter FLORENCE LABADIE STAR OF THK MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY, IN "THE WOMAN IN WHITE" Six Acts-A Story �rlmful of Intrigue and Exciting Inoldenta* J| , 35738325 ;