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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIitbGE DAILY MAY t FOLLOWERS OF GOOD CLOTHES Still Acclaim Fit Reform and Society Brand Tailored i The increased cost of garments forces buyers to weigh Lasting styles and lasting qualities are two essential points when making These are reasons why men whohave to pay advances for tailored clothes db mand that have been and proven their Economy was never more essential than now and notwithstanding the scarc ity cf materials we can still offer you these tetter made garments at a saving to you in TAILORED and RAIN to Sole Agents for JAEGERS WOOL SLATER CAR HARTT MEWIE LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF MENS WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA XIRKHAM BLOCK ANNOUNCEMENT GREENFIELDS EXCHANGE OF EDMONTON AND AUCTIONEERS AND DEALERS IN HIGH GRADE NEW AND SECOND HAND Have Opened a Branch Establishment at Lethbridge SITUATED IN THE DOMINION 6th And will carry a full and complete line of new and second hand office equipment of every store cask show j Watch for the announcement of the BIG AUCTION SALE Commencing at 2 oclock FRANK WADDINGTON Will be the auctioneer and the sale will be continued Saturday until This will be the opening sale and everybody u invited to A special invita tion extended to and Watch Tomorrows Paper being Victoria Day and a Public Holiday the advertisement will only ap pear Greenfields The West in Parliament tfotomp Patronage In politics dies The Act tMuectlng the Civil Ser vice in designed to Imple the of tho War Union XdralnistraUbn to put end to the spoils system as exploited In up rolntments to the public lias before the House of Commons or several Acting who Is piloting the measure through Its leg islative has f6nnd the going Approval of Its principle and voiced In practical unartl nilty by public and Is shared by political in Par loath to lose this weapon of party The Ringer so for the most part of Ontario occasionally aided and abetted by men of the same school from tht Maritime Pro havt criticized and complain have worried and have thwarted and hour after hour and day after the bill slow ly but Lone of sitting have been Tiresome and tedious talk has had to be But the opposition to the notwithstanding the fact that it comes solely from the benches to the right of Speaker and behind the is knows Even the finhl effort to talk out the bill has The aboli tion of political patronage in appoint inents Is to be tried out in Thte result has been about by the men from the To more than to any other cause or of the leg islatlon banning the spoils system is It is true that the Oflpo sitlon under Sir Wilfrid Lanrier has but the approval has been mild and largely It is true that Liberal Unionism in this pro represented by such men us Fred Pardee West and Cronyn of Iteartily endorsed the new principle and commended its But tlie vigorous and dominant force that eventually determined the that xgave confidence to the Government and discouraged the came from the One after the other the Westerners took the Lib men like Thomas Richardson and in few but emphatic declared their con Richardson epitomized their He said I have not observed any honor able member who has arisen in his to denounce this bill offer a single valuable We ail know that patronage has a great curse in the The Government is making an honest endeavor to meet tin question and to deal with it fairly and We have the public deliverances of the able Min ister of Public Works Carvell on this Wedges have been made to the country that patronage would be the Govern ment is endeavoring do it Let join hands with the Government in making thex This bill may be full of but the patron age system is certainly full of more I am prepared to trust this hill for tho and frhen we find the faults we can remedy until wo get a measure that will pro vide for efficient service in the de partments cf Government through out this What the with lie largely in creased has done in contributing to the adoption of this progressive legislation it has done and is doing in relation to other pro jects and v is significant that the radical Westerners have proved Hie steadying force of the new War They are very closely in touch with the spirit and sentiment of the They have the right conception of the supreme of the present They manifest wholesome unconcern and disregard of party shibboleths and political sweep aside or trample over shrewd to play With them the war comes Us effi cient and effectual prosecution to tho full extent of the countrys resources and energies is their direct And immediately back of this domin ating duty they place the national in terests and progressive policies cal culated to improve the position and power of the The influence of the West is growj ing in It has none of the prejudice and intolerance too frequently characterizes the clashes between men of the two old pro1 Quebec and It sym pathizes with neither side in such Outcropping of pro vincialism and which occa sionally anglu astutely for Western cooperation with no The West wetblankets them and j treats them as humiliating and harmj Stop and get on with the Is its alti And Hie anxiety to cultivate the favor and support of this new po tent part oi Parliaments personnel is causing many a politician to aban don the petty and Inconsequential tac lies in the too gen ANNOUNCING A EXTRAORDINARY FOR THURSDAY ONLY Placing on sale an entire shipment of silks just arrived result of an advantageous buy made a short time v Of such importance do we consider this event that we have decided to give It a spaco in apart from our usual Well and favourably known as aro our Silk this one sur passes nil previous ones in not only as regards but also in the completeness oftho range of SEE THEM IN THE WINDOW Silk Poplin AT No need to extol the merits and wbndarful value contained in this price and tho goods will speak for Suffice to say that they are 3ti inches the regular prlco is yard and the colorings are electric pearl Rus sian reseda salmon Belgian purple and nigger Imdsoris BBB Sk and hearty It has tre mendously strengthened Ha influence and its What the morrow holds for tho West cannot now be Uut it is rapidly winning on its merits a place in Parliament which makes it a force in the national life of Canada to bo reckoned with after the war is for and compels tlie service to bo 1 think that carriers should bo compelled at all according to their to furnish an inter switching service equal to the service accorded traffic at all points where interchanged tracks are now installed or may hereafter be and that tho line carrier when requested by tho shipper 01 should be compelled ta place cars at the proper point of in terchange and to requisition the SOP vice of the interswitching carrier 01 EDMONTON CALGARY LETHBRIDGE INTERSWITCHING May railway board in a lengthy judgment dealing with the matter of interswitching of freight authorizes a consider able number of lit the inter switching rules that have beon in ef As the matter now says the the companies may charge their full tariff rat us for the distance comprised in interswitch movements for team track The principal effect of this is to form an embargo and to shut off the move ments of freight against the interests of at least certain portions of the territory served bv the I am of snys Sir Henry who ivritea the that should be no longer carried out as a matter of i but as a matter of Tho general order ought not to be merely a tariff but an order which provides Your loved ones will apppreciate your photo more than anything It will be a good like you let us make BALMORAL BLOCK A Servant That Wash Clothes THE EDEN ELECTRIC WASHING MACHINE erally regarded us good The West has earned the respect which attaches to position by the significance and sincerity of its own j attitude in relation to things tluu most immediately affect The West wanted and hoped for the wartime removal of customs mid duties on agricultural This boon to prairie production was not The West did not It voiced Its regret and its and coupled with them a declaration of Its r3 cognltlon that nine and energy not now be wasted in useless and aci rimonioiis complaint and The business of Iarliauieiit was to j gut on with war Other j less important no intitter how much nitiut The effect of tills example of practical patriotism has been It on ables the ID appeal without re coil to the sister provinces for au abandonment of too exploitation of their individual localized griev ances in the face of tlie great nat obligation tu carry ou la It washes clean without the wear and tear of the backbreaking wash board L WITH THE MACHINE THE CLOTHES ARE GENTLY INTO NOT BEATEN INTO NO BROKEN BUTTONS OR TORN AND DAINTY IT WILL DO THE AVERAGE WEEKS WASH AT A COST FOR ELECTRICITY OF 5c EASY PAYMENT TERMS TO OUR VISIT THE BIG WASHING DEMONSTRATION At Our Salesroom Tomorrow McKenzie 706 Third Avenue ;