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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, lOtS TTTE T.RTIIPRIDGE DAILY TIERALD P\aE SEVEN OTTAWA., Dec. 11.--A new system of v6tiii;itins ROldlera'to tliolr homes In Caiiada. which will, It Is'hoiiod, ollinlnato thn ^iHrtys .I'ntl'> dirCiiuiUteft met Vlth, htis "Been 'fftioptGH'. by ' the iiilU'tla aopavtili'oiit and 'W^II'. be in aperktion oaHy' in tho iieW year. Uli-iev the systerti lat'iiroacnt in 'opefa-Uon' sokliera are landed In'Canada iind immediately on. landtng li; they w desire are given two we9ks' luf-lougli. Tho 'dtnartmeiit in resnnnoa *o popular demand had made it a tiofnt (o allow the men to return to their homos, providing the money and railway trahs'ikVt'dtPon, ' hut ' it was iiocossary at (luj expiration of tho I'nrloUjfl) tor tlie men to report at. , lioadctuartot'!^ ot,'their d'ape.rsal area / l'(ir medical examination .before being (lirtcharged. This sy-steni has caused'a Kroat deal of. deliiy after the troops arrived lu' Canada because of the oierlcal work involved In giving the ineu' their dbcument.s, tickets, .etc., i before tlie'j' went on furlough. Effective Soon I Tlw new system, wliicli wlil bo set iij operation as aoon as tlie necasna'y machinery, ^.;an bjp ejatablislied in JingteaSv ji'fr�rradS*'f6r tfts'-'iBsuihg' bf" all papers' Ij of ore ' the men Set sail' for .Canada, ;Before Joaving .the bid country all-soldiftra will.'.have,-toj go . TDcfbre a i&efiicaI;;h'oarct for. esamina-� } i.ion,:.-,afterY"'-wiiii!}r their '"illscliargi^ j. -' -ivillflie' Yria'de out. THIh discharge, ]� laiorig with'"pay .'checks ' 'arid other necessary docuuientM, will Ijo .xjlaced'j/';'? , in an p,n,velope/wlilch Will be .;glv,eii' to, tlVe sol'diel'. On uyriving in Can-' �da. tiie men will be given no furlough. Tiioy' will be disembarked from the vessel upon which they You May Dreanri Dreams and see Visions, but to make your Dreartils'" cotne true-and your Visions materi^lf^er-generally njfe,alj.S^hiav- ' ing a little''ca|i(dl to start with. The way,:to get v.; . capital is to. Save Kf^-^ part of' whatSs you/^i J now earn. Decide, now, to let us help you to save. Interest -paid eV/cry six months, y ' Pnld-up Cupllnl i 6,500,000 Rejerve Fund IJ,000,OOU ResourcoJ - . U0,000,000>. �I'lval of trains through in a eatlatac-tory manner. The news-"system of cvosknr'and''f�Ji-WHnle7 wm^^^^ sending the men to their, dispersal to ttoop trains In. batches of T/OO. Twenty-one difspensal areas covering jthe Dominion have bo^u created by ttlie militia (tepai'timent, and in eaci" of these areas an important centre Ijas been chosen for a dispersal stations in batches of 500-and allow-, ... ,,,,,,,�,,,, .jvonerhl im none of them ^"Houglis before, "^f'' their discharge, may h�!p in � the T Li Tr Booklet Dealing 'Witfi Their Preparation Sent by (Sbvern-menit to Scliool Bbv^ds Under the direction ^f " tfte Hon. George P. Smith,'minister 'df education, p. b9oklet has been,p.rbpared and ha.s been'seu't to all schoot.bpkrdfi, of the proviii' atioii and' children and so on JIAJTE jtiST COMPLAINT OTTAWA, 'Deis,^ 1.3.-ReRorts  from certain, parts of the Do-  minlort Indicate that in some cases Wheiri; returned solciiei's drawinJB pen�l6ni from tlie gov-ernrneht apiily for emplo/fnent It Js'siJiggestill "that because of their ' "p(jht-iorto''twyj-f*tt afford to take - lert'pay.^thah I others. This Is "unfair .tp/thoi^ men and ia causing some H\eci^.d, for those to whofh /the. fcuflBestioh is made naturally feel that they are belna disorlfninated pgalnst. XPORTIRAOE EAGERLY SOUGHT Company Representing Several Manufacturers Sending Men to Far East Company are Sir rfTSrbert Holt, Sir there are fifty millions in tho'Aiigc!l-Charles Gordon, Messrs. J. E. Aldrod, tine for which the firiti.sh GovornmQnl-. OTTAWA, Dec. ii.-Aa evidence ot the vigorous, efforts being put forth by Canadians to expand export trade, the case of Uie Sinb North American W. A. Black and G. M, Gest, and their purpose Is to promote trade with China and Japan. Reprefienlafives of'the basic Canadian agricultural industries arc also on the point of cro.s.sing the Atlantic to see that what Canada has for sale in tho vv\iy of grain and live stock shall i be kept prominently before tho.^e charged with buying foodf-tuffs tor the ISritlsJi^ Isles and for Kuvope. It is said "that tho Canadian ' Oounctl of Agricnlture is supplying one of these representatives, live stoqk interests supply another, and the Grain Grow- ! now;*5n'necihssary TOtlONTp,:�)op, 12--Tbe war trade 'company,"LimRe"i,"^f''iWontrerirm board amvouncos that the British as a conspicuous eicample. ministry of ijianitions advises that, in This company, which already has rep-view of. the; t.^laxatlon ot control for- resenlatlves mi the' way to the Far Kong and is negotiating. The prico.s paid/ fpi' those will greatly influence the Canadian position. Tlie demand here for a fixed- price in Cinnda is met with a reference to the world situation, and that is why Canadian agriculture iy looking into the (jueatioii for itaell'. and any as.^ll!�ances it cati get will bo Incorporated in tho next roprnsi.-nlii-tions 'made to the Dominion Govcru-ment. OLYMPIC TO DOCK SOON OTTAWA, -Dec. 12.-The steawep Olympic, wil:h .'y,cr in all branches o.f-comnierclaijiifo that the Y^er^ .fvprd liiay weju ' culled a synonymi of siiccess.' " Man.v^mon who Are hb'W spVn* iug nillllous of ^dollars i.eyery year ^naav'8rtisiht^sta�rtel^�i:hl51l' career in' the ba,ck-ro'C!ni of' a low-reiit factory'' b\lllding. jllow-ove'r, t'hoy Avoro Btkiiti'qii hellov-ers in adverU^in.?/ their faith in ptibllc'.i-y. never wavered, aiul their success now, v6rifle.i ; the tnUii.oi' tUelr convit!tlon.s.. y-' Advertising is merely a bus- , Iness force that anyone may apply by closely euryeylng tho . public wants and then'convini-'. ing the buyer that you Save the goods he needs. � ^ ' � iBefore advertising became tho greatest selling force in use, all sales were made by personal jioIIcItatlOD. ,B^t l>�-�v,many ous-torpers canra salesman yialt-on au expenditure"'^'ten'dbllars? ,,' About ten, to say the most.' Hotv many prospective buyers^ can you reach with a, ten,dollar 'ad-, verttsement. .. .? / . Men would 'not pay fBvOflO'for a one-page ad, one time In one }. period i cat ,jt ,a;dyertlsln& .ttidu't ' pay.'- Neither. nvouUl- th,oy.'Hia�fii 'Upon kceDjn^ at it-^ii; .resultant � 'orA'&id'mA nbt-..iusti?!i� 'it. .'jihoi'Vi^ , %?s J; WASHINGTON. Dec. 13.-VoHtmln-ous documents shedding light on tha;' i-Germau system of blowinl^up munit-' ion factories and practicing sabotage, and espionage in various fortiis ha-ve been assembled, by the department \ ot justice in preparation' for disclosures, it was sa^ today-, but officialB have not determined what portion of tliese it would be wise to give out,- or when it might be done without interfering with activities ot g^jvernnient agents still at-work. '' --;r---- C ] SOCIALISTS WON'T '\ / ; TAKE OVER PLANT BERLIN, Dec 13-THeemplbjf-' ees of the Ventzkl have declinetl to take over the piknt which the owners voluntarily agreed to surrender ' for association purposes. The worklngmen are said to. be of the' opinfbn that the present economic situation' In Germany is not favorable to the carrying out of Socialistic theor-' ies, and that It was far better that the plant remained under its skilled managers, PUPILS W'ERE DRUNK ' School Principal Starts lnveiitioa*�bh ^ into Liquor Siipply ' ' PASSAIC, n'.J.,'-JJec. 'e.-^Now: that ithe children, attendiilg' public school^ ;No. 2, in,the heilT-t of the fqreigia dla-'' itrict here, have been dlsarMed,, only, (:6ne thing stands in the way of their becomiin^ inodel students5^ \Ml88 Alma L. Smith, principal of the school, Who accomplished the.di? armament two weeks ago, and Iturned two suitcases full of stilettos ,aiid rI's-' tols over - to the police, announced today that she was trying t-o-prevail upon her little charges-rail; under thirteen-riot to come to school.^^ ko drunk, that, they CQuld do. no,,worlti I Out of the 81b pupils in the.sclibol Miss" Smith says 200 of them, cprne ;.to school so "lit. up" each mornliJi_ ! that all they can do itf'sleep till nobu' recess, . � , � The liquor, Mlsa Smith asserts-,' Is iold supposedly- for the ;.'chlldren!B.. parents, but Is^ often drunks-under the , ijeyos of the saloonkeeper. Often in 'j;hB horafts ot tlie Poles and Ukraln-;. iaris, who are the chief residents Jn , the district, she says,- liquor Js pourpd. hitp. the cbiltlren'f ,tefl. .,jnd feoffee, .'-to make tlie,m stVop^'J!i i <^ | 'Evidence which she has how'g;ath-'' Ipred -R'Hl,close five -saloon?, s}Ve,-8ays. " Manitoba' Conserv^ativesi ineV and J iendorsed lion. Robt. lloeors/ana 'Wa'' po]i^y ' , , , ' �] '^'X- ,T .,- ; , V....... EN'S WEAR SATURDAY SELUNG Our Big Reduction Sale Ends Saturday at 9 O'Clock P. M. Which will conclude the greatest selling event in the history of this store. Hundreds of eager buyers, have taken advantage of this RpDUCTION SALE and stocked up not only to fill their present requirements but for future needs as well AT A BIG SAVING. We are determined to make Saturday a record dav and have gone through our stock CUTTING' PRICES .DEEPER THAI^ EVER in many cases to assure quick action. Lett nothings keep you away Salurday,, as this is a Money-Saving Opportunity; you cannot afford to miss We regret that we found it impossible to serve all the customers that thronged our store Saturday^^liast through lack of saleS people. This week end we hops to avoid that as we. have employed extra sales people and you .'will be assured of proper ser- ilf'' v^'^ vice at all times during the day. - Be here early and ge^ tlie pick while the picking is still good men's suits \ 1 lot Men's S,u'its,\good $1'S.00 and ?20.00. -' � Sale...................-----,. value at 14.40 combination underwear Reg. $2:50. Sale . . $1.95 1 lot fall and winter ^ cAps With and without- fur band. 'Regular fl.25 to ?1.75. , Sale ........ MEN'S OVERCOATS : 1 lot Meri's Overcoats,..ex-. 1 C'Aft tra good'value $20.00.'Salc-'I'Oiwv HEAVY RIBBED WOOL^ COMBINATIONS Reg. $3.50. Sale ... $2.80 I- SOc MEN'S COLLARS All sizes. "Ji' brand. Regular 25c. Sale, 6 for �   ? 5 -  SOc .---^-:"v '' 1 lot heavy ribbed wool underwear T-wo piece, good value $2.00. Sale............... HUNDREDS OF OTHER BARGAINS THAT WE HAVE NOT SPACE TO ENUMERATE!* CdME^D SEE FOR* 1 LOT MEN'S PATENT LEATHER ^HOES ( Geo. A. Siate^ mal^e. Rbg-ular $10.00. Sale ..'.......... 5.95 HOT MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS L'arger, sizes, to 17%. C-C-^' Sale .......... .............. DDC . .... - i ';h , ^ liATS! HATS!! Men'se^Soft'iHats,'Regular; |- rt'P $3.50 to-$4.00; Salei .. i... l.tIO I. ^ STIFF HATS - Regular., ,?3.00i to ,$4.00. Sale .............'....;;..��.: 1. "-7-. 1 LOT WORK MITTS , Wool,lined,,knit -wool wrist. iQC' Regular $^1.50. Sale""......;.....HOC SPECIAL LINE CLUETT SHIRTS AJl new patterns. Sa 1.40 EXPRESS 'SHIPMENTS OF XMAS NOVELTIES FOR MEN JUST jVRRIVED YOURSELF SATURDAY, McKELVlE McGUIRE Lar^esf Distributors of .Men's in Southern Alberta . v- - m 34?57648 56 ;