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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, JUNE J 3, 1017 THE LETIinniDfiE DATI/Y IIEHALO PAGE FiVE; STYLES. SEEN IN NEW YORK New blousos combino lace and embroidery. BIG STEAMSHIPS ON ATLANTIC O'GORMAN ISSUES A DEFI TO COAST , FRENCH HOSPITAL HEADS Eleven Large Ones, Aggregating 169,-� 000 Tons An At/antic P6rl, Juno 12.-Tim Associated Press says: n "Eleven large steamships, aggregating l(!!l,000 tons, six of them being under llio .American (lag. with a total tonnage of 77,274 liavo docked here within the last day or two, it was an-nounced today liy the International Mercantile Marine, owners of the vessels. "Among them was the Minnesota, 2n,71tt tons, being the largest merchant ship afloat under the Stars and Stripes. The other American ships were the St. Louis, St. Paul, Philadelphia, Manchuria and Finland. "The largest of the 11 arrivals was the British ship Justleni, a new vessel of 32.234 tons. She is the blegest Ktcuii'jp;' to come into a port of this country, it. was stated, since Uik Olympic left in 1914." Ottawa, June 11.-.Major .Rev. John O'Gorman, pariah priest In Ottawa, and seriously wounded while on service at the front, is a patient, in the Catholic General hospital here. On Sunday was the Corpus Christ! parade and in celebration of this church event he placed in his window two Irish flags. Those were torn down by the Fronch nurses acting under orders. Father O'Gorman lias Issued a statement declaring he will hang in hia room two flags-Canadian and Irish-and defies the French authorities to remove them. COL. ACHESON DEAD. Saskatoon, .Mine l L- Word was received in the city of the death at Phoenix. Arizona, of Colonel U. Ach-eson. The late Colonel, Ache'son was one of the pioneers of Saskatoon, having lived in this city since about 1000. lie practiced law. ? - a0 /Afternoon 2 Fridajf,Junel5 Night 7 AND THE LLMAR CIRCUS | AMERICA'S 6REftTEST SHOWS - MILLION DOLLAR MENAGERIE THREE Rim ~ TWO STAGES ~ REAL ROMAN HIPPODROME EQBESTJRIAH MARVELS OF TWO HEMISPHERES - THREE IMPS AERIAL WONDERS - ACROBATIC PHENOMENA - TWO CALLIOPES THE CHILDREN'S BREAM AND DELIGHT, THE FUNNY OLD C10WNS MARVELOUS TRAIWED WILD ANIMALS - THE CIRCUS BEAUTIFMl 500 PEOPLE - 300 HORSES AND PONIES - 200 ANIMALS Leaves the Siiew Groanils if ifijf ft Miss It ONE TICKET ADMITS A PERSON TO THE, 'Menagerie, Circus and Trained Wild Animal Shows Gcorae Beban In the super-feature, "The Alien," at Starland tonfght and tomorrow. What the Press Agents Say SAVING THE SURPLUS. AT THE EMPRESS "The Debt," is the feature at the Era-press tonight. Loving her people, and beloved by then/ the Countess Ann assumes bur father's debt of honor as her own personal debt, and strives to repay them. Sim marries a hard working villager, goes to America and labors side by side with her husband to accumulate the necessary money to repay her injured people. In America, misunderstood by her husband, surrounded by hardship and faced with many temptations, she remains true to her purpose and her people. Shu linally repays the debt and finds that her labor has brought her a great love. Also the latest weekly and comedy. Home Capping of Vegetables is Practicable and Necissary. Tho shortage (,f labor and the scarcity and high, price of tin cans has very maieriallv reduced the output and Increased the cost canned vegetables; ho much so, in fact, as to'make some lines almost prohibitive fo (he average family. There is little reason, however, for any Canadian family not. providing n sufficient, supply lor next winter. Homo canniii'; of vegetables is a simple matter; when put up in ordinary glass jars, securely sealed, lliey are equal if not superior to the, factory brand, and tho cost. Is much lower. Peas, RtriiiL beans, sweet corn, pumpkins, beds, tomatoes and all vegetables which will not keep without cooking, may be canned. After cleaning and preparing the vegetables to be preserved, they are enclosed in a cheesecloth bag and parboiled dor five minutes. They uro then dipped in cold water, packed in glass jars, boiling water poured' over them to fill up all crevices, and the lids loosely adjusted. | The jars are then placed in an ordinary boiler filled with water, with I plates or dish covers to prevent the iJars touching the bottom of the boiler, [and are allowed to boil steadily for hours. When lifted from the boiler J the lids must be screwed down tight, nnd the jars allowed to gradually cool, care being taken that they are not exposed to drafts, as a sudden cool-! tng may crack the glass. 1 Vegetables thus canned will keep and be a welcome addition to the table in Men of the high-priced canned goods, and the surplus supply of vegetables, which otherwise might be wasted, will be conserved. AT THE ORPHEUM Whether or not Sarah Bernhardt will ever again act upon the stage in America is a question that cannot be definitely answered right now, but the compromise that has been effected by reproducing as a Bluebird photoplay the last! drama in which she appeared at her own theatre in Paris is at hand. "Jeanne bore," with Mmo. Bernhardt in the name-role, will be shown at the Orpheuni for the last time tonight, in more realistic surroundlngs] than the stage couM afford, The scenic locations are nature itself, and were selected in a little town not far behind the battle lines in France. AT THE MAJESTIC Sarah Bernhardt's greatest triumph, "Mothers of France," brings a tremendous message from the mothers of France to the mothers of Canada. This powerful production will be shown at the Majestic theatre tonight for tho last time. This, the greatest photodrama of the great world war, tells the patriotic story of tho effect of the war on the courageous French people. It teUs the story with a sustained force, consistency, and interest that is the height of artistry. Certainly when Jean Richepin, the famous member of the French Academy, conceived this supreme feature, he wrote a masterpiece; and under the direction of Louis Mercanton it has been given a masterly production. And, in seeing it, you will view some wonderful scenes in the front line French trenches, French hospitals, and in ruined villages. "The Whip" the supreme offering of fllmdom is coming' to the Majestic, theatre on Friday and Saturday to charm, delight and thrill the patrons of this show house with its thrilling story, its splendid characterizations, its truly wonderful photography and its sensationally magnificent scenic effects. "The Whip" is easily the world's biggnst motion picture. One scene alone, that of the great train wreck, was staged at an enormous expense merely for this offering. And it is the biggest and best train wreck yet seen in motion pictures. An automobile' race and wreck that is so vivid as to hold the spectators gasping Is another big feature. But, of cotvrse, the biggest feature of all the tremendous scenes and- events in this gigantic production is tho horse race. The scenes for this splendid event were taken at Saratoga..where the biggest racing events of the world are pulled off, and tho excitement and the enjoyment of Saratoga with striking fidelity. "The Wliip,".-has not one star, but six. From start to finish it has been stnge(f"ou a romarkably 'elaborate scalo. The production has been made by that genius o� tho screen, Maurice Tournour, and he has excelled all -his previous efforts in this tremendously successful,production. "By all means, see "Tho Whip." It is the only motion picture that you cannot afford to miss. A special matinee will be given each day at 2.30. OLD ^FAVORITE HYMNS HAVE BEEN DISCARDED Montreal, Juno 12.- Near 600 of the' hymns that are in the present. Methodist hymn book do not appear In the new book which will be brought before the Melhodlst conference this week and will be in tho hands of the members of the'ehureh. More than 300 of the discarded �hymns are/ the work of John and Charles Wesley, founders of Methodism, but the Wcsloys are still away in theiead-of all other hymn writers in the new book, having tOii to tltolr credit. Among  the famous and popular hymns that pass from tho book are Fanny Crosby's "Safe in the Arms of Jesus," and "Blow Ye tho '-Trumpet. Blow," while "Plunged In a Gulf of Dark Despair," is considered too gloomy a view of life. DUET^MISS SIMM EAOH EVENING AT 8.45 SPECIAL ATTRACTION TONIGHT AND TOMORROW Thos. H. Ince Presents the Great Character Aotor mR *,p,IM, -GEORGEBFJBAN in *AN ALIEN" - S-Recls FLEMING ., PERFORMANCES DAILY. AT 2.00, 345, 7.00, AND 9.00 P.M. Admission-Matinees 20 cent* and 10 cento. Evenings 25 cents and 15 cents WILSON'S ANSWER A , STRONG DOCUMENT Lqndon, June 11.--The Manchester Guardian describes President Wilson's message to Russia as an extraordinary and powerful piece of writing. The paper finds little new in his statement of principles affecting a peace settlement, but says that bis "application of them to the present situation in Russia almost startles by its boldness and blunt downrigbtness." The Guar-j dian concludes: "It is a powerful piece of analysis and if it is read and understood in Russia it will settle the future, not only of Russian liberty but of th(5 world's." 1 TQNIGHT AT S.30 Positively Your Last Chance to v Sec . M'ME. SARAH BERNHARDT IN The War Play That Has Set Canada Thinking. Prices. . . 50c and 25( Wo Somebody Somewhere at the Front- Every day boxes from home are going to the boys in the trenches. And of the things they get, a great prize is Wrigley's, the Gum with Lasting Flavour. It takes the place of food and drink in case of need - which is often. It keeps spirits up - gives vigour and vim. A packet in the pocket lasts a long time. The Flavour Lsasts TONIGHT FRANK POW-ELL PRESENTS BROADWAY'S BRIGHTEST STAR Marjorie Rambeau in 'The Debt' Marjorie Rambeau, the sensation of screen and stage. Also latest Weekly and Comedy. PHEU TONIGHT Prices............... 10c-15c BLUEBIRD PHOTOPLAYS PRESENTS SARAH BERNHARDT in "Jeanne Dore" THE GREAT FRENCH DRAMA IN WHICH SHE MADE HER LAST STAGE APPEARANCE. Fri.-Bat. June 15-16 *� SUPEBFEATURES, LTD., IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE DRURY LANE COMPANY OF AMERICA, INC., OFFER- \ A MARVELLOUS PRESENTATION OF THE ENORMOU8, DRURY LANE THEATRE SUC . CESS. TEN TONS OF SPECIAL MECHANICAL EFFECTS TWELVE EXPERT STAGE OPERATORS USED TO FAITH- , FULLY REPRODUCE THE-THOUSANDS OF EFFECTS. ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT ATJ 8.30. ONE MATINEE EACH DAY AT, 2,30. '  �   THE DASHING FOX HUNT. (THE RACE BETWEEN AUTO vs. TRAIN. THE TERRIBLE RAILROAD WRECK. T,HE THRILLING TRACK RACES. $60,000,000 SMASHED TO ATOMS. ALL'SEATS ON SALE >AT HEDLEY'S Prices: Nights ____... 75c, 50c, 25c* Matinees......... v........ 50c and 25c ONE GIGANTia SENSATION AFTER ANOTHER FOR TWO HOURS. THURS. MORN. ;