Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOURTEEN TI-IE LF.THRniPfrE DAILY HERALD �BP? I SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1917 ----U. LI.. On to Berlin, via Baghdad-Berlin Railway ^^^^ ..(! POLAND When Axel Skovgnaid, the Danish 1 vlolini.-t, mid his company of assoc- j iatc artists who comprise the New Y.rl; Metropolitan Co. appear at the I Majestic Theatre 0:1 Monday nigh;. | Lethbridge music lovers will In i corded n tare treat, for an cxeeiitinn-ally fine program will he offered. Among some of tho liumhers will he heard Nlcolaiow's Suite In il minor. Schubert's "L'Abellle" und the ev-tinislte Nocturne in K flat by Chopin-. Surasuto, rendered by Axol Skov-, gitar.l. Mary Muihon Allen and .Mil-died Ha.Mies will he'hoaid in sevonil choice soprano selections, and Aubrey N. Kugle the hafitono with the company will include In his solos ihe brilliant prologue from "Pn>;liaoei." It is to be hoped that the Majestic will he well filled on Monday ni^ht, und IU._ that these sterling artists will meet -I''. . their concert. VETS. WILL TENDER A E R / A n us $ f A I mi Odessa Arrnngoiuouls nro prncticully all mndo for the official opening of the (in-lit War Veterans CHi'b on Wednesday evening next. Mont. Gov. it. (i. Hr'ett will arrive in tho city on Wednesday nftornoon to honor tlte function with his presence. At ti.:!� ho ____________________ will he entertained tit n dinner in SCIENTIFIC NOTES j tho Chinook Chili at which about 2f> Not murh larger than a fountain I Kuosts will he present. During his 'pen is a now office appliance with ! v,!' handled, an.l that the city will face a deficit of elr.�e to a half million dollars ne?t Jur.e. The department of trade and common e at Ottawa has iv.civeil a cable from the Canadian high commissioner In London staling that a:: nrrango-ment liad been made for shipping ten .....,..\: ,1..... 1., ui leu 1 t. i 10 i'.Ol- land to be used as a ration, and that f'ii'"d:i wil| |.n able to ship dried, apples. All shipments must be seni through the 'Netherlands Overseas Trust, and the necessary certificate and permission of I ho trust must bo secured before shipments can he forwarded. WHICH ? Old tea looks just the same as fresh tea; Poor, cheap tea looks the same as good tea; Damaged tea looks the same as sound tea; The tea in the scoop looks all right; - BUT - The tea in the Red Rose package is all right". It is guaranteed to be pure, fresh, fine quality tea- Guaranteed so fully that if you ever should happen to find a package not right up to the standard, and that is a very rare occurrence, your grocer will give you another package free of charge, or refund your money, and we will pay him for it. You don't have to depend on looks when you buy Red Rose. The name, the sealed package and our guarantee insures you getting tea worth every cent of the price marked on the package. Sold only in sealed packages T. H. ESTABROOKS CO.. LIMITED ST. JOHN TORONTO WINNIPEG CALGARY ft Red Rose crushed coffee ic as generously good as Red Rose Tea and just as easy to mako. 2 What ihe Press Agents Say AT THE ORPilEL'M "The Feast of Lite. " in five part?, will be repeated at the Orpheum tonight. Aurora Fernandez, a poor Cuban girl, is persuaded against her will to become betrothed to Don Armada, a wealthy Cuban. She loves Pedro, a young fisherman, who lives with his uncle, Father Venture, and his sister. Celida, who has been secretly stealing to Don Armada's villa, but is cast off by him on his engagement to Aurora. Harris and Proy's musical comedv opene at the Orpheum Monday night. CLEVER LOCAL Oil rHVunruiw! ur ' Mis? Aileen Dunham, who in the ! past has led the province in seholir-1 ship on a couple of occasions, is e:n-i tin':ir.e to add to her iaurels in iier j university course at Edinontou. lu ; ; the reports of the I'niv-r.-ity exam- . ! inations just published .Miss Dunham ; ! heads the list in second year Kngli=ii. j 'second year French. Class 4 French 1 land second year history. A. G. Rob- i � ertson. Mother l.ethhriilge st,udexA> ' i was successful in French :;. history l. i.atin advanced and physics 1. Gen. Mewburn Says 10.000 Young Canadians Had Crossed the Line Into U. S. AT THE EMPRESS Capt. 'Whitaker, of the Alden B.^se, trilled that his daughter. Esther, should liiarry his first mate. Esther married the man of her choice-a lobster fisherman and not a seafaring man of the vasty deep. When Capt. Whitaker Teturned home from a long voyage he found a wedding ring on his daughter's finger, he did his best to klU her husband and then forced the girl to sail on the Alden Bess? on a voyage to China. When far out at sea, Capt. Whitaker wanted to perform the ceremony that would wed his daughter to the mate-but Esther mutinied and this rebellion, led. indirectly, to a mutiny among the sailors. Then the elemnts capped the climax by wrecking the ship, ridding tho plot of all its rebellious characters and washing the girl, and her new-bom babe upon the rock near shore. Fate sent her husband to rsseuo his loved one and there you have the skeleton of tho plot carried by the Bluebird photoplay to be exhibited at the Empress tonight. RINGE OF WALES 10 MARRY COUSIN i London. May 5.-(Correspondent of I the Associated Press i.-Prince Kd-1 ward Albert of Wales, heir apparent ; to the British throne, has answered i for himself the Question whom he will . ' marry, according to the National News a Loud'in v.ec-k1.". The N^vs ; says tho prince decided ho will ask 'for the hand of his first cousin. Prin-: cess Maud, youngest daughter of Prin-; ; cess Royal and sister to Prince Arthur of Connaught. The young princess is 14 months older than the | prince, who is 22. She has lived a retired life, an inseparable companion of her mother. Tier father, the Duke of Fife, was the closest personal friend of the late King Edward. Calgary, May S.-That compulsion! in some form will t-o necessary if the ' new Canadian defence corps of which : he is the commanding officer is to be \ recruiter! at all was the certainty oppressed this morning by .Major-General Mewburn in an address to some 75 Calgary militia officers who assemble;! ' this morning at 10.30 at the armoury for the purpose of meeting the general. Following General Mew'iurns aadross , a resolution declaring thai voluntary . enlistment has ceased to exist in military district >.'o. i:> and urging that ' the government brinK in sumo form of compulsion was in.ove.l by Lieut.-Col. .!. S. Dennis, s'-condad by Ucut.-Col. ' W. C. Bryan and unaniincusly carried. ; General Mewburn told h:s hearers j many tales about the composition of the forces now under anus in Canada 1 and gave it as Ills frank opinion that j no further progress would be made until conscription v.-an brought into force. He astonished the officers present by stating that 10,000 eligible men 1 AT STARLAND Vivian Martin, the charming and evor popular Pallas-Paramount star will be seen at Starland Monday and Tuesday In her latest success "The Was Model," a thrilling drama of tho artist's life in London, written especially for the star by G. Vere Tyler and produced for the Pallas Company by E. Mason Hopper. in this splendid production Miss Martin is given1 n wonderful opportunity to display some of the most oN,pilsite gowns of the current mode. Bhe is Hupported by Thomas Holding and a east of unusual excellence whi-'-h includes George Fisher. Helen .lero'ue Eddy, Kathryn Vaughn. Senor Cuzzi and others. An Interesting feature of the program will be n single reel showing the visit of the Irish-Canadian Rangers to Ireland. If you' stnrt thinking along right lines you will get the Information you noetl, because you will seek the sources front which it may be'obtained. 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. (VIAISE m CANADA. The Battle Creek Toasted Corn Flake Co., Limited. Head Office and Factory: London, Ont.