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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ WEDNESPAY, DECEMBER 4, 1918 \ plE LETHBHIDGE DAH.Y HERALD PAGEFrVE "WASHINGTON, Deo. 4.-Reporting cn, the ndvancp bt tlie Amorlcan army of occupation into Germany, Oen, Perslilng'H coinniuuicatibn tor Tues-me LIBRARY TABLE in;:fumed oak; -two WILLIAM AND MARY STYLE ROCKERS; sanitary' lounge; BEAUTIFUL MAHOGANY DRESSER, extra long mirror; splendid MUSIC CABINET IN MAHOGANY; MISSION 6ak FLAT �TOP-OESK; nearly new'retrlgw-ator; brass mounted! bed v/lth coil " Bprlngs, and felt mattress; COCKING RANGES; 3 oak dining chairs;),wicker rOcker; round obcitsional table; drop bead sewing m�[chine; QUARTER CUT OAK ROUND EXTENSION TABLE; :and many other smaller Items. AN EXCBPTION^ALLV NICE CONSIGNMENT OF PURKITURB ON VipW THURSDAY EVENING, 7.00 TO 9.O0. TERMS CASH PHONES 770-469 There will also be offeF�d a Five PaMonger FORD. TOURING CAR (n excellent hare, TftJi car will be offered at.3,30.,:C4t1^be in-' pected and tried any time on FrI-day morning.'^' , /� "WADOINGTON^ELLS WITHPuV RESERVE.". " ' Tbe,Mi8mbr'lal � 'Tlio.memorldl ^(i!\vfl-. Bureau of .jubllfi welfare:''Tbttb',the government je.jequested to ostabllsh Iramedia'tejy I bureau ot public welfare to deal A-ltii sucii mattel^'^a* ihealth, sanitation, town : plantgjhg, housing plans, iccidbiit proveiltlon, arid � every" other .natter pertalhlhgr to, tho physical ett icieney of the nation. Owing to the present luck of suit-ible libraos for workingnien, this par-loular subject should receivfi the jureau's first conslSeratlon. Much �ould bo accomplls'ifid tliron,-;!! the !o-ordlnatlon of the many agencies, n-lvatc, public and government, denials with these matters. Survey of Imports ' , That a permanent representative' jurcau Jje establlKhcd to take- a sur-/ey of imports with a view to "ascertaining what part of Huch imiwls ould be avoided. Partlcniar atten-,ion to be |)aid to the classification 3l the customs tarlfr.> The information thus gathered should bo accessible to Interested par-aes as similar information is Ju- any Jther country. Raw nittteriali); The good work al-�eady done by our gqvevnment in ^v-auging to have more' of our minerals refined in Canada, as In the case ot "flckel, should be colitinued as a gen-aral policy relating to all law jnater-.ala, so that such materials will leavo the country In as advanced a stugfe or iWanufacture an possible. Scientific and Industrial research: Having regard to the important part which reseaKih must necuasarlly play II Canada's 'Industrial reconstruction the appropriation tor that purpose 'ihould be increased to not less than 51,000,000 aiinnally. The board handling that work .should not be merelj advisory rr at present, but should bo clothed with specific executive powers which powers would preferably be" exercised by a board of maiiagers upon which labor, manufacturers and engineers would all have represent a tiou. j Immigration /That the establisnment of a central empire.authority on immigration -be approved 'of for supplying information to parties Intending, to emigrate, as to conditions in the countries to whicb tlioy 30 dssire to emigrate and that the established immigration department in Canada give serious consideration to the quest?on-of further restricting undesirable immigi'atioii. Public Works All necessary public works, Domin as short as^otmlipiSrdue I'egard being glven..,to prlOrity-fon,account of length of service and tct-marrleti men. . .W4lii>:Power Ifhat' the gavJurhmont should adopt a fixed P0liC5'^;^ttnd a comprehensive scheme for-tlie-SwIlzation of our water pollers- alreadjw'iSii use and to be dor Vbloptfd.'/Tills'fll)plleH particularly to those dnin't'e'rn^Uqflttl waterways and espfecinlly to tho�f:;of the St. I,attTenco rivor. ' . ~ �Togivo Industry prnpnr freedom for power supply.'.must bo kept always well in advance of demand. OfJtlmlem Campaign That the puWiclty depurtmeut of the governmen^'Start at once an optimism campalgn!;and that in this the press of the country bo requested to co-opei'ate. ' Th'e./cputttry is drifting into a pes-almlstlc-state of niiiul :is regard the Immediate future- whuli might easily brlhg about far-roaclung depression unless it is quickly chocked; I secure, and has , been much enjoyed by those who have seen it. TonigTit also will witness ' the Inst performance of . the current vaudeville bin, iiiVwhich the headline act is the dramatic sketch, "Fate," presented by Miss Cecille Blliott and Co. J^'or the week-end bill, starting Thursday, an entire chango of bill will be offered. The Colonial Players win offer the rollicking farce comedy, "Let's Get a Divorce," one ot the snappiest coniedies ever written, and one in which the onliro company appear to groat advantage. The weekend photoplay feature will be the startling, adventurous story, "The Avenging Trail," starring handsome Harold Lockwood. HAMILTON, Ont., Dec. 4.-The ^'rlght^ of the health authorities to-close Catholic churches during such epidemics ss Sp,-v.- ' SIR JOHNSTON FORBES ROBERTSON ' AND ALL STAR CAST, IN .^v "MASKS AND FACES" OTHER FEATURES AND ORCHESTRA,^ ~ THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY . ENTIRE CHANGE OF-BILL THE COLONIAL PLAYERS. (N "LET'S GET A DIVORCE" A SYNCOPATED, SNAPPY FARCE COMEDY, AND HAROLD.LOCKW00D "THE AVENGING TRAIL" A GREAT BIG, THRILLINQ-ANO SENSATIONAL 8TORY OF: --THE NORTHWOODS-GREATER THAN "THE SPOILERS."- Chanse of Program-TONIGHT & TOMORROW LATEST WORLD'S EVENTS^ IN UNIVERSAL SCREEN ' MUTT AND JEFF COMEOV. TONIGHT AND TOMORROW "THE SOUL OF SATAN" Friday and Saturday-Fannie Ward in "The Yellow Ticket' � t >X;'v: . I.....h*., 'ti.i.-slihdi 144 ;