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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ \ . rHE LEXHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD In Opening hia election campaign on Nov. 16, said: "The problem of ' tranuportatlon must; be taken In hani uHdfir the direct cohtroKof the Stflte. Sir Albert'Stanley, president of tfia fp, Jjpajd o� trade, in an electlpa, speech r]:>9Btorday sWd; > � . "The time Is coming "rapfdly when I the reatrlctlons and ccwtrcil .'of tho frailwayB can, be tetap^ pWVlleges restored to''t! Antiii^tinceinetit of 'i^omes as a Surprise to 1 Rajlwaymen , , . iTE B^NDON,' Dec. 4.-Among the incidents oi the election campaign Is the appearance of George Bernard Shaw, the writer, as labor qandjdato (or Bast MlddlosBorough. Mr. Shaw previously had resisted all efforts to bring, bim into pftrllamentary^ poU-w;n,pra,ctlce .we have uti-�clefftii and .healthy. For 18 year* ceasliiglr pleached this identical ^poa'pef. Clean teeth and a healthy mouth �r(B^the';greato3t preveut-atlye^tp all-.dlBeaaes. Do not let ' toolUb" fearl-oii'a denial opara-Aioh'Jeopardlaft/you'' chances of good health; Put fear behind you when you enter our offices. .1 Deiitiilry As We Phictise It Is a Cehtle Art Drs. Ihnune^^^^^^^ & Nelson PHONE 363 OttBlk., 4 Dobrs^froin Lethbridge Hotel, /^^ , LETHBRIDGE, AtBERTA C!ALGARY OFFICE-IIBAci^ EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. OFFICIALS lEF Continuing their' tour through Canada,' and with the object of dlscuBslng civil-service matters with ofticerB of the principle. customs j^orts, A. J. 'Taylbn, of .Winnipeg, the president of the'Dpminion CuBtoms ABsoclation, and t! H, Buriis, of Ottawa, the sec-ro'.ary-treasurer, visited LetUbrldge yesterday, where they met the local ptficialB diirjng "''the afternoon. .. Mr. Taylor briefly outlined the objects of the asapclation and emphasized* the -fact- that instead of -hiding a menace to the government the'association ha3~been recognized as one of assistance to the department, more .especially In the matter of sug'ge^tion as to the new nlassiifloatlon scheme to be introduced diiriug thq next sdssion, and also in, connection with superannuation and other equally in-trijiate" subjects. He mentioned the faot that with very few exceptions the whole ot the ports and out ports of Canada were^tjaffiliated to the parent body, thus forming on association of over 2,0(10 members. ; M^.' Huyj(8 VgAve  a _ metre lengthy add'i'ess,''in the eoure'e'of wfilch he pointed out the growth vol the'asso tiation since its inception less, than a year ago, during which period sev ei-al flagrant wrongs had been righted, and monetary considerations granted to civil servants throughout the country, which were In a great measure due' to the efforts of organization and the amicable relations existing between the government and the association.' He emphatically de-' ciared that patronage was a thing of the past, and, . while stating that merit alone would count, it was made easier by tho ellmTnation' of super fluous questions, in the civil service examinations; history, for one, not being considered necessary. The secretary-treasurer assured his bearers that under the handllpg of the civil service commission members of the customs would receive fair consider atlon, and those who were too old or incapacitated'for wOHc would be pensioned off in such,a manner that their families �\Vould not suffer :har-return to Canada^ if it were defin-' Itely known that he'would, be bac^ tnlhe-��capital within six or eight' .:�iV^ _^_ Bii(tton Boots WOMEN'S PATENT, GUNMETAL AND VICI KID BUTTON BOOTS, 6 AND 7 INCH TOPS. OUR REGULAR $5.00 LINES; SEES TO 4]/2'ONLY. Sale Price HUFNER, The Shoe Man ' ^ 506 THIRD AVEfJUE SOUTH ..OTTAWA, De?,.,.5.~Col. William' Henders, of Hamilton, and Major Andrews, M.P., of Winnlpte, today laid before Sir Thomas White, acting premier, ..the following resolution passed by the Dominion executive of the Great.War Veterans' Association: ttesolved that the Great War Veter-iris'- AB:soclatloh', thrpugh its Domin-, ion executive, wishes to lay the very strong-est emphasft upon the vital Uec'es'slty of�,most, careful and unhur-.-riea demobilization in order that every reasohalile provlBlon-amd assurance of: training and-employment be given to the' soldier^ that diatress and unrest may be prevented-; during the coming winter. In arriving at tills conclusion we are actuatexl iby islncere consider-atlon for our man, and their relatives in ..Canada, that a further . enforced absence of a few months would be fully compensated for In returning to! Canada when condition would be more favorable." The resolution, is receiving the at-' tentlon of the government. RE-ADJUSTING SALE ......! THE SALE WITH THE ,!=3.mmmm: PRICES THAT SATISFY It is hard to convey in cold type the phenomenal bargains waiting for yoii every day of our big sale. Don't wait until the end of the season, but buy now as it is impossible for us and you to buy more real merchandise value for the money than is offered you right now. Each day of the sale many ne}/v lines have been added and each day has seen greater crowds of patrons receive the greatest dollar's worth of viilue We hare'ever offered for a long time. . , . COATS COATS Every coat an exclusive modal and tailored by experts from the fln��f materials procurable. All the newest colors .and latest ideas are here and every one at a huge discount. $20.00 $24.00 $30.00 $35.00 $40.00 $45.00 $47.50 $50.00 $55.00 $65.00 $70.00 $75.00 Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats for Coats fj>r Coats for Coats for $16.00 $19.25 $24.00 $28.00 $32.00 $35.00 $38.00 $40.00 $44.00 $52.00 $56.00 $60.00 LADIES' VESTS 100-(fnly, Ladles' Cotton Veiti, made with long sleeyes and higii neck, medium weight, but Talaer that 'Aell I'egularly at 85c to 40c. Re-adjuBtlng Sale ... AsVC CORSETS An extra special flurry in tha corset department. 100 pairs of good corsets, made from good ftttn quality ot coutil with hose supporters, neatly finished. Regular fS.OO. Re-adjusting I n�> Sale.....................� l�4a SHEETING It's Just like finding money to buy this heavy extra wide plain sheeting at thla p^ce., It)i the quBlit]^ that sells it combined with an interesting prlob. 90 inches wide. Regular $1.25 value. OC^ Readjusting Sale........' OuC PILLOW COTTON 40 inch Circular PlUow Cotton.. Values that we are proud to offar you at wholesale price. We bougU^ It right BO now for Bom^ auick selling. Regular 60c. 4A- Readjusting Sale........ 4UC , CASHMERE HOSE still another big special in ladies' Cashmere Hose. We^lTave been waiting for just such an opportun-� ity to offej' these. They are worth -at least 75c pair. Re-adjust- Atl^ iDg>Sale".................. ftjfC LADIES'UNDERWEAR, Ladtes" fine soft finished vests and drawers in ribbed weave. Good range of sizes, good fitting and good, iwearing garments. Regular $1.00 value. Re-adJustlng Sale, each................. lOC' LINEN TABLE COVERS 15 only linen table cloths in half bleached linen, size 62x66 inche^. Neat design an^I suitable for every -day use...Will soon bleach tq a per-, / feet white this weather. Regular $2 00 value., Re-adjustlng ^ake......... " HUCK TOWELLING 500 yards of 18. inqh whiFe Hu'ck^ Towelling. This ia an |ideaf opijor-tnnity to secure a few towels.at a very pleasing price. It's wpsth easily 30c yard. Re-adjustihg nAi_, Sale...................... ZVC 1.35 Georgette and Crepe-de-Chine The-entire groups, have just arrived by express and represent the most advanced and exclusive* styles of > the leading manufacture. There are many new touohe*te'thase dainty blouses-the sleeves, collars' and trtmmlna* are Just a little differentrJust a little better than wa hava ever shown. '\n colors you yvilli fibd an Ideal selection, Ivory, coral, peach, grey, French, blue, maixe, etc. Alto soma In eembin-ations of various colors. Full ran'(is of sins and mo4sr-. atfcly priced. -� - � V �_i_ 11\ DON'T FORGET Our BIG COAt SALE EVERY COAT REpyCED FREE: $150.00 ONTARIO RAT COAT RYLANDS & CO. lERYBODYWILL . ( - X , "There is nobody who is not going to be there." That was the report one member of the. Rotary Club made at ticket headquarters this morning when applying for another stack of- tickets] tor the Victory Dance Carnival on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday of next -week. -Every- member reports that the demand for tickets is very brisk; and indications are that capacity crowds wll^ visit :the carnival on each of the three.evenings, y The various committees are working night and day to get everything ready, and with the furnaces In action it-Will not be long before the 'big payllion will tako'shape. .JThe committee on the .kiddles' iS.hj'ifttmas tree'lare working like tro-pjafts'far tlioy.realize that, even with the help of Santa-Claua they have a big job on their hands to entertfiin 700 or more children, but they are re-colviug so many offers o2 help for; thlB project Uiat they are feeling quite Blate^.-!-TU.?irjaJa,a�k�eh tpa^sacred and another million Is oh the verge of starva-T�tion this winter. PARENTS CROWDING TO MEET SOLDIERS � THE HAGUE, Dec. 4.-burlngla" ' debate in the Netherlands upper chamber today, Deputy Marohiand expressed the ORinion that, should '/ the presence of the former Qer-. man emperor in Holland gi.vc|-rise-to difdcuitVis abroad, the^apysrn. ; .ment must request hlhi to return' to Germany. .. ' The Chamber refused to. grant to Deputy. Wynchoop, Rayslutlon-ary Socialist, permission td^- Inter- \-^ palate tha foralgn ministry ra-. garding William. HOh�n*ol|ern'a presence on Dutch-ttrrlto^,-tha passage of German troopa throuah Holland and tha maaesera of J�wt in Qallcla. NO GOVERNMENT ACTION REdlNA, Dec. Jr-Premier Martin in referenca t6 Prine* 'AJfiirrt's'flna^-clal position and. the lucKMttoiU' ra* . ported la Tlia LAndoa TtmM that the goTemment had not t�kM> any, definite aetlo& Inasmnch w ft. was doomed Incondstant to tttpoifif ' the burden of an ladlrMnal"mnm-i.. pt^lity uppn thp. pftoyla ot,Ji3i�.vtp**^ !\ Ince. The question of Prince Albsr^'a /-poBttioni. however, Mr.. Mart4&  �t�jr.; wa'a,under �dTi�4raantvand i^miM i>�iij .glv^^h .'considaraUon by tha-^rlMii|a> 1 tura;::';  . ' ^11^ HALIFAX, N. 8., Dec. B.-Par-en^ of . heme-eomlng Canadian aoldjers pouring into Halifax from eitisa asrfi|r wpst as Vancouver are urinaeessarily-. complicating - the work'of '