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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ' ' -v..... TUESDAY, DECEMBER 17,1918 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE CRITICIZE IE GOVT. FOR PRESENT ilONTREAL, Dec. 17.-Miich uneui-li�es In felt anipng aoMiers, who'oott-tmd the present demobilization plana are entirely too alow, saitd MaJor. AT THE MAJESTIC. Alice Haynes, who will be seen in the role ot "Judy Abbott," when "Daddy Long Legs" comes to the Majestic Friday and Saturday this jveek, has had a,n enviable record behind the footlights crowded into comparatively few years. Her first importaut engagement was as "Esther," in Kiaw and Erlanger's production of "Ben Hur,".wMch she played for several years,' and was Majestic Tonight First Lyceum Attraction rawa .la^boundvtd.breed a �P'rlt ot'�"g''-g"^^p2ntinu^^ Bolehevlsm and that is something-^^^ transport troopship/;' natiir- vhlcb W.8 don't want ,under any cir-cumatanoea in Owiaida," said ^Gen. McRae, "an* la something that Canada.must prevant at any cost. � "Domestic liquqldatlon faces thqus-inM ot Canadian aoldlera' ...families This is the Last Chance for you to get your Xmas Eats at We will give ^ NO PHONK ORDEM TAKEN. > dallvery. KIRKBY & CO. THIRD AVENUE OUtH Canada Food �Mrd'UuifM* Ner.M.M*^ ally they have not the respect ot the men, and consequently can not keep (-proper discipline. Any number of returned veterans would welcome such employment. "Returned men must pe given these, jobs, and many men wh^ now hold these positions and who failed to make good overseas must step aside tuid make room "^or the returned sol dlers," he added. DO NOT MIS8 THE PATRIOTIC PHOTOPLAY FOR UBERTY - BELGIUM'S DELEGATION, BRUSSELS,"Decr 17.-The Belgian government announces that 4|s delegation to the pebce conference will be composed of Pdul Kymant, minister of foreign affairs and former minister in London; Emil Vandervelde, minister of . Justice and Socialist leader, end Barbn van den He'u-val,' Belgian minieter at the Vatican and former mlniater of jua--tice. COALITION CANDIDATES WIN LONDON, Dec. 17.-(fSeuteKa) -Lord l-lugh Cecil and Rowland E. Prothero, the Coalition candl-datea, were today declared elect> d for the Oxford Univeraity, seat In' the house of commons. Tlie voting atood: Lord Hugh Cecil, Coalition, 2,771; Mr. Prothero, Coalition, 2.546; Prof, Gilbert Murray, Liberal, 812; Mr. Furnish, Labor, 352. COMPULSORY UNION LAWS 3f ourutmstmas 1 ree Festoons & Lstmps Now Before our siipply is' ezbauatisd, aa we only bare a lio^ited supply left. ^ , We have a nice aelectioo of Dining Room .Domea. Come early and make your aelectlon. A.amall deposit'will hold them for a week. , , We are also contractora for tbe �lectrioaI inatallation in the Cardaton Temple, whiob {a coating,over ono mllUoa dollars, and there is no better electrical inaiallatlop in Canada: STAR ElXCTRld CO. FIPT>r�TREET SOUTH LET US DO YOUR WIRING. I- PHONE 1332 ANAROLIS, Md., Dec. 17,-Dls-cuaalng state labor policies, Gov-rnor-Eiect Thomas E. Campbell, of Arizona, at the governors' conference here today recommended th�( all states enact compulaory union laws to minimize strikes and labor disturbances. A FINE GIFT MONTREAL, Dec. 17.-James Carruthers, grain broker, today gave the Montreal Children's Memorial Hospital $100,000. EXPULSION OF GERMANS MELBOURNE, Dec. 17.-(Canadian Press, via ReuterTa.)-Acting-Premier Watt atated In the house of representative's that the Commonwealth of ' Australia would act In close co^-operetion with the Imperial government regarding the expulsion of Ger-v mans. BOLSHEVIKI DEFEATED WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.-Defeat of Russian Bolshevik! forces, with a loss of 1,100 prisonera and, SO cannon, by the Don Coasacks; in the Vopoweaj region, was re-' ported in a dispatch tod - IN "THE HALF BREED" TONIGHT LAST TIME CARMEN OF THE KLONDIKE A photoplay of unsurpassing beauty and charm of the great far north iwhere men measure their brute strenpth arid cunning for the possession of mother Earth's treasure-where raw-boned pioneers of oivlllzatlom combat the elementji and wrest from the snow-clad bills the pure gold t^at builds g^eat cities far back o� their ranks-where inen are as yet untainted by hypoorley-where they think with fists h^rd as steel, and love with tbe'hearts ot children! I ifHl \ VFRIENO HUSBAND". . Baraf"Dunt-8ennett Comedy TOMORROW AND THURSDAY MARGUERITE CLARK IN *iCH MAN, POOR MAN" Bertha Fai^ner CELEBRATED SOPjlANO, AND . Her Famous Orchestra ; : - - - - --- -~- ,,  ~" SEASON TICKETS FOR ENTIRE SERIES, ON SALE AT MAJESTIC TILL EIGHT O'CLOCK TONIGHT, $3,00, SINGLE TICKETS FOR EACH ATTRACTION, $1.50. NO RESERVED SEATS, MATINEE SATURDAY FRI.-SAT. THIS WEEK, DEC. 20 and 21 :he: most f.A*sciiM^xirs