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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FniDyW,.MARCH J. t918 INTENOEDlteH' HiOFFPiAIFORM Trm LETHBRIDOR DAILY HERALD PAGE FrVB Toronio, March t.-William Jaiin-lugs Br'yati, left Toronto Innt night for Detroit nt 11.45 o'clock, about two lioura attor hi� liiolfRctiiHl offoiMa to wiihilue with hts noted oriUory, ,llie �lomoiistrntlvo^ minority nt the big Wnssoy Hfil) prohibition meoilng, Popular boltet l� that Mr. liryau'a villi hero iit thlH time was* ti mlBtiike. There 1� said to bo a serious schlsni In the oxeuutlvu of the Ontario brunch of tho Pomlnlon t'rohlhltlon Alllnnco, ftH the roBuIt of'hls holngr brouRlit licro. One pnper has a story Hint but for 1ho Into\;vnntlon of onlookers, Mr. IJryon would havo boon washed off ' the j>lntforni Inst night with a tiro lioso In tho hnnds ot reiurnoU soldiers. .  MAYHAVEfOSPEND WINTER ON THE ICE Stefansson Outlines Progrum in a Message From Hei-schcl Tslantl Toronto. .Mar. I.-(-Tlio Toronto (JIoIih rncolved this iiiorntiiK tho following Tne.isiiBe direct tr.iin Kxplorer Stofafs-on: ^ "llnrschel Island, .lanuary .11, lOlS, TlaN)awson, Y.T., Kobr.uary ;;s, 1U18: "na\w .boon planning this v.inter to Rtart with ton or more wlods north from Cross Island, Alaska. We have suif ])o.'!od that there Is a westerly current and If this should prove so. wo plan to make an HOO mllo or moj*e' circle to Wrnngel Island or the SlberUm coast.. Jn cnso >;ondltlons dUfer from what; Is expected, a winter may have to be fipent on tho Ice. The work of pre-Darallon tor thl� trip has been carried on all "vlnler n>OHt efficiently by .Mr, Storkersen. (SlRUod) "Stfifans.^on." A SECTION OR HALF SECTION FARMER FINDS ECONOMY IN USING A ONE MAN MOLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR. THE WORLD FAMOUS  TRIO Leo Jan Mischei violinist Planlit 'Cellist Accompanist, Alex Czcrny. Will Appear in In Knox Presbyterian Chvrch Friday, I March ; , At B.30 p.m. Under autplcei of the Choir. Priqvf, 91.00 to any part of ti^e udlforium. Children under 18 year*! 60c. ' ^ , T|cketa>^ow on sale at RobeK-�eii (A. (Jo.Book Store, Jackson A. Cq.i O^ug ..Store, Armatrong � � RaWpiftif Jewelry Store and all member^ of. the choir. It' Is advisable to secure'your ticKet* aa' early as possible. Prospects are for a crowded house. intimates TKat Petrogrrad Will Have to Resist a Long Siege -Moving Valuables Ijundon, Mnrcli I.-A Kiisshtii wireless inesBBgo gives the text of another proclamation to all Kusslnns, appealing for the utmost resistance to the CJermans and ordering tlie food producing provinces to Imniedlotcly i'lud an much ifood as possible to Petrograd and Moscow. The appeal says: "Tho capital of tho revolution will have to reslMt a long siege, but it will not cnpltiilafo until t/io Inst motii-ont. To this end U needs tho .utmost usHlstntico In regard to food. You must tujt pornill tho starvation of rov-oluHonary Petrograd." , Return to Petrograd )/ondon, \.Marcli I.-The Ilussiaii council of people's commissaries has doclded to return to Petrograd, says an official llusslan statement received here tuday. The removal of elements ot the populations valueless In tho defense ot the capital. Is' being conttnued, however. i Gold and other valuables continue to be shipped away frohi the city, the slatomont adds. �March otumo In like a lamh^ Does _that moan It will go out like a Iton^ And speaking ot lanibs, tho season when tho Iltt'lo woollies make lliolr appearance Is here. R. C. llarvey, who estabHslied a recoi-d lor an early lamb crop last year is already busy wUli' lambing opcrntioiiH. JIls bond of purebred Itoiiinov .Marsh, owes started lambing .vcstorduy. February asth. TMh la the record for soulhorn Albprla for this yoar. Ko previous Indication that the people's commissioners had left Petrograd has been contained In tho nusalan advice*. Those commlsstonors, wlio comprise the Russian govornlng body under the Bolslievlkl regime, have had their lieadqtiartcrs "nt the Smolny In-atltiito in Petrograd. GERMAN ACTIVITY Washington, Mar. 1.-FurUior testimony against the National German-American Alllnnco charged with being unpatriotic and disloyal was given tho senate Judiciary investigating sub-committee yesterday by Henry C. Cninp-bell, assistant editor of the Milwaukee Journal, who said ho ha'd made an investigation of tho workings ot the alliance and into tlio activities and opinions* ot soSne of its officers. Telling the com)nlttee he beMeve^j tho German-A*nerlcan AUI-Buco to bo "the greatest Internal menace we have In this country today," tlio witness referred to the messages sent to members of'congress by the Ohio brunch just before the t'nited States enteretT the war and cited other InflrtentB^o Indicate the character ot tho work carried on by the organization. Since the United States went to war. tho nlllance has been passive, and ho did not believe th^ rank and file ot the membership was aware of tho real purposes ot its existence. In Wisconsin, Mr. Campbell declared, the alliance controlled tho school board, which adopted a rule assuming that all school children were desirous of entering the German classes unless they specifically asked to be excused. The witness, said that before the po-lit oal national conventions In 1910 the Wisconsin alliance sqint printed lists of candidates for delegates to the conventions and in an explanatory note said stars appearing before the names ot some indicated that "those candK, ditos "were in accord with tho Ideas of Doutschland and If elected will act accordingly." AT THE UMPUESS "The Clodhopper' at the Ivmiiress tonight Is a very Mv comedy vehicle for Charles Hay, which lu; uses to so great advantage. Ray Is at liomti in this sort tff u role, so mucli no that ho Is being exploited in it without much variation -lio is (ho coiiiiti-y bumpkin Iti funny olotlies over and over again. The pro' duotion is one of licclded Intelligence and caro, and this is u saving grace. The tlmo is (!omlng, we all liope, when the capable screen author will be given greater personal opporiunity and more time to siiow what he can really dy wlien aftorded hts opportunity-thur. far he has been called upon to provide all opportunity for tho actor. Another Bluebird photoplay in coming to the Kmpress theatre tomorrow only, and tho announcement already hjs caused a flutter of anticipation among the patrons of the popular playhouse. ; The play Is "The C.irl by the lloadsltle," and Violet .Mersercau, one ot the prel^tiest and most talented of Bcrccn-quechfi, is the featured player. EMPRESS MONDAY NEXT Xtimeroiis scenes of ,gay night life in Now York's lobster palaces as it is lived by many of the weilthy Uohem-iaiiB ot tlio Metropolis will add splendor to the production of "Alimony," which is to he seeh at the Empress theatre IMonday next. . Tho nnlhor of this sensational drama whldi aims to mirror tlie evils Of certain divorce laws, for many years was 'a New York newsjiaperman. and in the discharge of' his diities'he came into Inliniale corltat;t with tlie upper strata of society. Thereby, he was enabled 1.0 make a thorough stmly of the diversions of those who frequent the big cafes for enjoyment; and in the construction of his manuscript he has incorporated many Intimate glimpses oC such life^ Churi\ In a Minute No Scrubbing. Self Cleaning In 10 seconds. Makes tlie most perfect butter In from 1 to.*."! minutes. No power or labor. Entirely new principle, of turning. Vibration of oil tempered steel springs does the �work. No dashers, paddles, etc. It you use a churn on your farni it will pay yoH to write ' ^ for, details TODAY. / THE CANADIAN AUTOMATIC CHURN COMPANY, LIMITED Head Office, 424 Chs. of Commerce, Vyinnipeg.  AT THP MA,fKSTIC TH^VOLUNTEER The greatest.attracllon of the season will bo tho appcnranco ot TiO returned veterans of ihn Great Kurop-onn War in the "Voiimtocr," a four-act military comedy, whlcli opens Its engagement nt the .M.-i.tostic Theatre on next Monday and 'I'licpdny, March ilh and filh. The "Volunteer" h^0 Veterans ~ Comptett Prices: $1.00, 75c, 50c. Scenic Pr^diiction ^ .r^i^%^^^mnM 'iiS 884?6?66 ;