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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta . - 1 I - 4! 1 V1 h .^1 '�p V. MARCH X, 1918 1 -J LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ��vim 1, Toronto, March 1.-William Jennings Bryan, left Toronto lnat night for Detroit nt lli46 o'clock, about two hours after his inaffectiml affof'ls to subdue with his noted oratory, .the demonstrative,.minority nt the big Massey Hall prohibition meeting. Popular belief Is that Mr. Bryan's vJJit here nt this time was a mistake. There is said to be a serious schism in the executive of the Ontario branch of the pominiort Prohibition Alliance, as the result oMiia being brought here. One paper has a story that but for tho Intervention of "'onlookers, Mr. Bryan would have been washed off ' the platform last night with a fire liose in the hands of reiurnod soldiers. 1 . i  intimates That Petrograd Will Have to Resist a Long Siege Moving Valuables N THE ICE Stefansson Outlines Program in a Message From Herschel Island London, March 1.-A Russian wireless message gives the text of another proclamation to all Russians, appealing for tho utmost resistance to the Germans and ordering the food producing provinces to immediately noiid as much food as possible to Petrograd and Moscow. The appeal says: "The canjtal of the revolution will have to resist a long siege, but it will not capitulate until the last moment. To this end it needs the/utmost assistance in Tegard to food. You must ncjt permit the starvation of revolutionary Petrograd," , Return to Petroflrnd London, \March 1;-The Russian council of people's commissaries has decided to return to Petrograd, says an official Russian statement received here tqday. The removal of elements of the populations valueless in the defense of the capital, Is' being continued, however. i Gold and other valuables continue .to be shipped away from the city, the statement adds. (March come Jn like a lamb4. Does tiiat mean it will go out like a lioa2 And speaking of la/nlbs, the season when the lltt^lo woollies make their appearance Is here. It. C. Harvey, who established a record for an early lamb r crop last year is already busy with* lambing operations. His band of purebred Romnev Marsh, owes started lambing yesterday, February 28th. Tltfs is the record for Southern Alberta for this year. Toronto, -Mar, t.7*-The Toronto Globe received this morning the following message direct '(rom Explorer Stefaffs-ion: S "Herschel Island, January 31, 1918, TiaS^awson, Y.T., February 28; 1918: "Haw .been planning this winter to fitart with ten or more eleds north from ('ro'as Island, Alaska, We have surX posed that there Is a westerly current and if this should prove so, we plan to make an 800 mile or more* circle to "VVrangel Island or the Siberian coast. In case conditions differ from what is expected, a winter may have to be spent on the ice. Tho work of preparation for thfoj tri'pjhae been carried on all Winter most efficiently by ATr� Storkersen. (Signed) "Stefanssou." No previous indication that the people's commissioners had left Petrograd has been contained in tho Russian advice:*. These commissioners, who comprise the Russian governing body under the Bolshevikl regime, have had their headquarters xat the Smolny Institute in Petrograd. AT THE IMPRESS "The Clodhopper'' at the Km press tonight is a very if air comedy vehicle for Charles Rny, which he uses to so great advantage. Ray is-at home in this sort oT a roie, so much bo that he is ..being exploited in It without much variation -ho is the country bumpkin in funny clothes over and over again. Tho pro' duction is one of decided intelligence and care, and this is a saving grace. The time is coming, we all hope, when tho capable -screen author will be given greater personal opportunity and more time to show what he can really dp when afforded bin opportunity-thus far he has been called upon to provide all opportunity for the actor. Another Bluebird photoplay is coming to the Empress theatro tomorrow only, and the announcement already h orui'dy with a stirring plot, ami a ilimax in reached when the hero, creep- ;u mss the front of tho parapet to i'\ the telegraph wires demolished by K:\tz. This iS accomplished under withering fire from machine gun*, .nui cur hero is seriously wounded. U is, however, a i-r-at laugh producer, and it has, witim! virtue off originality. The play is enli.,,ioist machine The Calgary Veteran'* Hund will be guns) rifles, ammur.iMi.n, ti.ita masks in attendance during the engagement, and steel helmets, t.ml a special set � and ihe public are advised to secure their reservations en-Iy to avoid7 disappointment, owing to the phpnomen-a! success of the production. Popular prices will prevail. of scenery has ben pointed. The author is Sergt. G. I>. Ci-us. a returned veteran who saw ^-vjee with an Alberta unit,..the 12th , ^icket^rtow on sale at Robert-soril3A v&o6k Store, Jackson & Co., D/ug^Store, Armstrong ^ RawpiftHr- Jewelry* Store and all members of;the choir. ^ It* Is1 advisable to-secure "yjour tickets as early as possible. Prospects are for a crowded house. .in- states entered" the war and cited other Incidents �to Indicate the character of the work carried on by the organization. Slirce the United States went to war. the alliance iiaisbeen passive, and he did not believe the. rank and tile of the membership was aware of the real purposes, of its existence. In Wisconsin, Mr. Campbell declared, the alliance controlled the school hoard, which adopted a rule assuming that all school children were desirous of entering the German classes unless they specifically asked to be excused. The witnesi^said that before the political national conventions in 191G the Wisconsin alliance sent printed lists ot candidates for delegates to the. conventions and in an explanatory ilote said stars appearing before the names of some indicated that^those candKj -6fte is supported by a splendid cast dates "were in accord with the ideas (including Karle Fox, Henry Gself a tove-ntleth century heiress, in Pathe's bit'neMr serial, "The Fatal Hmg." produced by the Astra Film Corporation under the direction of (Veorge B. Seitz and written by Mr. Seitz and Fred Jackson, the well known magazine friter. r In "The Vatal Ring," which opens i at Starland Monday and Tuestlay matinees only, Miss White plays the role of Pearl Standish,,a twentieth century heiress whose love lor excitement leadB her into 'a path of � romance and adventure.v Her millions I of admirers who have followed her in [ her adventures in "The Perils of Pauline," "The Exploits of Elaine" and "The Iron-'Claw* "will welcome her return to the screen in this picture, which gives her the greatest 'opportunity of her career, ^ . . Ye Olde Firme one night; only \ NEXT Wednesday MARCH The United Producing Co.. Ltd., Offer a Superb Production of Ncv* York's Greatest Dramatic Succe33 CON RT ot Deutschland and if elected will act accordingly." In a Minute No Scrubbing. Self Cleaning in lCT seconds. Makes the most perfect butter in from 1 to>3 minutes. No power or labor. Entirely new principle, of turning. Vibration ot pll tempered steel springs does the work. No dashers, paddles, etc. If you use a 'churn on your farm it Will pay;you to write: for details TODAY, / THE CANADIAN AUTOMATIC CHURN COMPANY, LIMITED Head Office, 424 Cfrs. of Commerce, Winnipeg. Warner Oland and Ruby Hoffman. "The Mark of Gain," another of the big new Pathe plays in which Mrs. Vernon Castle is starring at Starland tonight, is said to be one olf the best pictures produced by any company in many months. , , The supporting company is headed by Antonio More*no, one oT the two or three most popular men on the screen. Among the well known Vitagraph pictures "in which he has had leading parts are "The Island^ of Regenera-j tion" and "Kenredy Square." He has played on the stage with such famous j stars as Mrs, Leslie Carter, Tyrone Power, Constance Collier, Wilton Lackaye and William Haw treyand he was well known on the stage for Uis work in such stage successes as "Th-aia," "C. O. D." and "The Ma,ii From Cook's," Every production , >h stage or, screen in which Moreno 4ias been featured has >been >a money maker. The Story of An Unwanted Wife written by an old Court Report-er, It shows up the amazing dl-vorce traffic of blackmailing, lawyers who prey on the rich. A "First National'* attraction that the whole family can see with pleasure and remember with profit. "Alimony" portrays wickedness J T" only to emphasize good. You'll want to choke the adven-turess in "Alimony." Circumstantial evidence breaks up many a happy marriage- ^ - -n',.v - ���-�^m , _� ft I 1^' �  - - -L A \ + -V'. 4 . r h J vv. EVERY MONDAY AND TUESDAY^ft||i MATINEES ONLY, THE THRILLING COMMENCING! MONDAY PATHVE SERIAL WILL BE USED BY THE WORLD FAMOUS WALTERS Cherniavsky Trio X IN THEIR ' \ ' 1 Authoi* of "Paid in Full," "Bought and Paid For," "The Easiest Way," and other phenomenal* successes. With ,an All Star Company and an Elaborate Scenic. Production. Prices.. $1.00r75c, 50c L 1 �1 t > �j ^ y. � j - JE V1 IN THEIR Recital, Friday Evening, KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH * The world's best musicians acknowledge Heintzman & Co. supremacy. Intending purchasers will maker*It their choice if they investigate. * TERMS MADE CONVENIENT "* SOUTHWESTERN ALBERTA SHOWROOMS IN F Armstrong & Rawortn's J. HARRY ALEXANDER, DISTRICT MANAGER. FEATURING V STAR OF "THE IRON CLAW*1 "THE....,..^ PERILS OF.PAULINE" AND OTHER WONDERFUL SERIALS, THIS SER IAL HAS PLAYED OVER THE PAN-TAGES' CIRCUIT SO IT MUST BE v? ESPECIALLY GOOD. WE HAV� NO HESITATION IN IT TO ANYONE INTERESTED;IN?A�| SERIAL; RECOMMENDING v> m1- _ t � LAST TIME TONIGHT THE Special Roadside" i RPHEU TONIGHT ; PRICES 10c AND 25c fcunny Box Comedy, brand .new. Tomorrow-\'The Girl by the Bluebirds 'V With CHARLES RAY, the Star Sublime. Also Latest Weekly and Screamingly^.; Charles LOne of Charlies' Best, of Exceptional Beauty Also "MIGHT AND MAft," a Good'Triangle $eatuW 1." � a.iiL + X." Also "THE GREAT SECRET." Positively the^lriishll# as: \ x r.a- h ' I ----------.Night .*t^�.Qo,/75fc.; *,�op^:f^^^'^--'.-.^ 1 - >^-^55|^I^^Watlneei;-i$1.00,^ �� v SEATS ON SALE FRIDAY I. *l v  f' .-�-'�-4 �:�;^-k^-.^.^yf^ Two Nights Confinenc*ing �Jm THE CALGARY GREAT WAR VETERANS' ASSOGIAtl^ PRESENT � fHE VIVID PLAY OF MILITARY LIFE FROM RECRUITING STATION TO FRONT LINE TRENCHES^ 1 X TIT A.timeiy 4-Act Prices: $1.00, 65 by Sergt. Gillies' Company 50c./ "V - 'i.,V  S EATS, PfJ �1 . acemc .rrpduction h r 5�. is ;