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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LETHBRibGli DAlfcVllEtULD. TCKSDAY, Al'GfST 5, 19IU Recalls'93 When Launer Chosen Liberal Leader (Fi Special Correspondent.) those days ihe -.vliile il object- Autj. .ed it> iiie tariff, prettied much more i couventloo. now iu is tie second of ils Vind held by the )ljberal3 since ConTedenuIou.- -The other vas held on June 20 Ui find 1-V1SJ3. These RallierUiss stand oui in hi of the Liberal pany l Canada. The firsi convent ion of Ixeally 'Inler-provmcial character was 'held at Toronto duriiig U53. la (be I dars. This, how- 'ever, had OD..T lo do ivUli the Liberals '-lof Uiiper and Lower OntU. These were events for lii 'tattles Ihftt and havp been 'considered br the as a benefit to the party. v The present convention, (or most part, differs front (fast cf in this. It is an silt-nipt lo choose a leader, irhereas the formpr convention was nipre of. -an acclaim- .ing of one that had heen chosen, six j years before, with ihe added worlt p plaltorni on .Trhlch ihe parly would appeal to tbe (Mr. Luurler. il'may be vaj'not rhosen. leader hy the party to Voaven- ticii Assembled, hji rattier by the Liberal members of io cau- cus during JUDP. 1SS7, To the elec- :.ilng a chiefiain the business o[ JJifi 'A platform. impOTlant Iboueh it may be. Is secondary. Looking ai the fathering liaurier is seen, as the outstanding j Jlgure. Ho by far the i notable address and WAS tendered OTaJlon atcer ovatlno, The platform loorwas the eipressron of his desires. TVljJe Liberals afterwards attach- fireat deal of importance to lha plalform' still it ivas hardly more theij a. crystBlfiaL.ou of the principles ihVjiarty had for atreral years been tanner -iraa ia .'a marked--feature' pt-'th'e prtssnt Sir Oliver Mowitlt There L lo (be chieftain the most im- Tortant character nas Sir Oliver presided. His long polll- career-and bis battles with Sir _ which he.-.wss. f uniformly successful, save oJra'much Next io thai of the chieftain, Oliver.Mowall's address.in open- ins the proceedings (ho most im- rortaul deliTered.. ANer him in order 5 afatnportfnce came Sir Richard Cart- k'WTiisht and then Blair.' Fielding, Dav- Mills and Patterson, fpuly thres afl- I dresses iney Vere Wist ones. They tfire're ahi In! tbe praniing ul lands io and Uic holdluj of ihe saiue by ilieru. task before the satheriup was eas-y' wltb :uat botore Ihe one. At (hat lime ibe parly hadk a leader, his SUPTCUIM-V was 'unquestioned. trie psriy was jtrouJ o! hliu. In fratniug ot a ptalform no difficulties pre- sented for Hie limes were normal. There rlcn being (he only ore- ovtr which dicre. wagTimch con- troversy. The resolutions' i-utuiuUiee wns probaWy as us any. Uio party is ssjfrmblej after a breach (hat real it in tuain, .ts no pert y. in this t'ounlry n as ever There, r realiiajioii ihal the breech1 niuiliba healed. It aL all must i.-IeaJer bo" chosen, but. one that worthily oc- cupy tfcp place the most, .The convention must do mdrh more in ilian was done in 'S3. The war has caused sucli an upheaval iu the social and political world muijiude of new prob- lenis tisrc forced 4o the .'ronl and compel allcnJkMi. 'one that feiistftd in ihett? arc a ilazeii today. For several the parly leaders >hav.e been in session con- whereas-in al the express wish uf .Mr. prbvfous conaideralion was given to 'such matters, hi that year ihe! purpose ofMbe platform boildcrs -was il was not lo produce main Jtf.Vretii.'e.'i From the territories lying between the, western boundary of OnUrlo and the Pacific lliete were bui s-ereu regular ai thai Of tlieso, fix were from Manitoba, the mcM imnnment Hon. and Hon. CHffonl There was but one regulu.- delegate from the cf Ihe ,Vprlh- west Torritorics (SajhaicheftTit find A) ben a then being jtpneiiElenu, being J16n, J, 11. Hose, now atnalor. Urilish Columbia, not. officially represented, conieoiing It sell with merely "wirios i's assurance of sup- poU, Today those four provinces are represented by bvr-veeu and W9 dfltegattre. Indeed, tlic? real .'actor (j Ffrst Time for Worncn l-'or tho lime io a nMiunal couvonlToH country is ado aware- of a- powerful now iu- fluourc in women. From now they, iiipiv Mian jmyttiing may bo io )hp calcula- tions of oUHinie The TO J, A. rtlurned'to the city thU merrlng to chmit-ftf the dlitrlbuUon of iced ''r provincial to on dMdic" tiktA of- flcti'In Board of Trade build- Ing and U to nceive from farmtn In WAnt of French-Canadian. Next to hltn possibly J. a but vonreri from C'onserva'.lsru. and. to who EC orKadiilng; ibe result in QueJier traj-io largely responsible in OnLtrlp was dominating provlnrial factor in She produced Liberal jiaais'in those The Okilsl5ndin5 fieureiVl ibis cou- vecnion are: Hon: S. HeMiog, the ch.y one "f the proTiucial premiers of nun Theu is U. who led (luring ihf sef- ir notables are P'O- rincial premiers, of whum Sir 1-onier Efforia C'ommuni- Roads Moun- No Dentist in SoufH Town Now .3 bifih ihe fair sex as i 1 he has ihe but for some reason' tor or other. Ihp win en ki (lie Knsi hare uoi gut into'thc poIUIrnl pttne us they e Jn tbe >VC5L .vomrn elecied io eastern legii- whereas iliey nre now lo be Albena- Assemblies. The Hon. Krank CHIvor. Hon. Eudolpb C.c- nileui, Hon. Murpbv. Hon. Mltkejile Kinf. Hon. G. T. Grthtm. Jacques Bureau. Ltpomte. HartLfr F. F. Pardw. and lion. s. e iioiclinB il hanliy-realiie ihe but lfie veterans weiuau's Fuf'rapr practickllv applause during the opfnioj etnts. donblcd vtho voting MrenKth' o( "the annouBctiuenl tbil lotjntry. Tbe convciiilon now in aession re- (Kroifi Our Oin ihmi people lEEen.blfd upon thcs inylla- j lion of the Cirdnou L'. F. A. M thf'r jyrftrebouie laM oeoioc lo be prtsenl t.ouln. I'reoiler MarUn Hon. U. IV al their" wartuiup. The hall belug Immediately of ihe Cittl- flon'Cresmery. and oii a spur o! The C. P. H. ia-3S by 4-1 feet in.silie.j and has a capacity ol lea carloads in biienicQt. Ji TaaiiJy dpcor- with buoting, fbgi, And the best ot the dry liud vegelablps mid grains grpwn ibis year. The "office wit ihe ttn.por- arlly, in ihece wore huge freez- of icf cream, jiiid KlI tiie goofl kinds of cake mid pie ihal .Cimien' (or. Everyihios Martin Trould not allow h'? uatue to po helore the conrontion as a ctodi- a ones. In tils they ol-the present- coEi'venllou ii.bcfcn .ocrepsed for tLe Eurthor reason that-lhe Canada 'of today, with must jkal. Is nearly double what il vas "C years bgo. Jla aoundaric? are 110 larger, bui ils in- terests are wider. The Canada of bad but pecplc; to- day it (las.qver lulal hut i ibis; year fl TLe experiflitum was irher- as this year "it ivill be Thcn, Lhc charges on'the public debt we.re (his year it ex-" Wed Allort n iOf in it tnd tljieij IUTB wme back Mvli their from ihsl army, and an thi iiHew rti JC alt a aucniwr of -W.MB Wh4t Borprt izmt 6 M muir of fOt Lbesln fanning In i .new country TO- noif lavourible circumstances and whloh contributed In no taxi their present suc- The In hrm tat farm'Ii fartr .of brok unusual opportunity for him'to twre Inio Triih Ticrrlly ani affeclx Ms tonw pro- and he .-Jen aud w.11 hfm be MX required To for tbm lobriac h.i to t otals of rtwiilniiijHil-tDj wilt avefa'st luck, to krri a ili-d btak Kooart u well. If IJrs iloct. Jana iBiplcatots aid is jirovMed -rii a lean nenef aid tsrnejj, lira a BXJOW .neciasirr and mail tools and seed Ui forlr acreT, -tor wilch.wx- neat ii.to M an Into for fer.iw'br the coibnfrts In lire! rams as-1 bj- lim to under lie dirrtlion bl colony superirtenjent. A (lied per day Is made (or Jilt UM of these i suptrlnltDdsnt an eipert wirt It Is hit dutr W.xssUt'lit colonist wUh tlrlcs M lo Hie besl manner 0; conrluclln; farming His JiMd- Is Ihe (yjntr'nl coiircl i farm Bomnrlal larger tbjn lit Kai ol the farms in-.lhe.colonr, .Khlch U5.-M lirgdy (or ikmoailrktion pur- aid araonj other functions. i luppij- depot tor mala Hft The cailral control farm U ilnjted a cjnl lii bj ai( su o i colour ud .win no doubt loelr oillf raeailnft place. A mare ol fanwrt ia lo MJ, (ban iboae la process ol (onn- alkm- in Ihue rtr'.eraru' (n AJttrta. To tie roca f-l Jor. Ihcrasalrcj, an their Is in luBlrjni TU tplrit ol lp tial Is mtiU woll fni UM-itlcetM.ot tie T-ature. fain eolooTes lo bc'eont of isrlcultiira) He Doesn't Like of-Milk Prices Mavor HeralJ, Bays: I do uoi appreciate tho lenipcr.ol -Mr. D. P. Garlyle's un the milk, siluallou. And, I do notrUkC'tl.e fad Ibat Mrr Ccrlyle. his .live, stock coniintBsioaer. should bo constiltiofc witii Iiim while lie in lbcvcilr, supposedly lo fiiilde.'UiC invrsUgallOD on tebalf of all and iiEpce- the people ot this city who'liujr milk, Lie. Mr. Ihc alnlc- menl lhal he is lualiiff money ou.nrilk, but he does nat say his firm made a V aplcndiJ on the' closcif alKert; tndiislries. of hnttcr and fee el'earty and liecaufe'of tb.cj fiiil thati H -ira's' proposed to iuvestigalo'inlo ing in Indie lines, li'c ar.cl Mcllrnoylc alpjJg tbe Ilne3.-i.j- in his letter lo the mayor, that U is -a Dominion-wide mailer. If it -yverc, thai is hO'TeaKon wliy shoulrt not know on its .behalf, and the might stimulate a invesillga- t.ou which Is very needed, if [or no olhef jnrposeitlian io Falisfy'tlm people lffatilhey-7 are not being robbed. Mr. Carlylc harks. heavily on .jllie. point (hat be Is now paving per himdrecl for nii.k. The council "at- tended a meeting oC the? dairj- inter- cslfifn.lhe Y: CVAV noi'veryjonp ago nnrl ivc thougni it then Inal.LMr. Carlylc paid mljtt pf.a high fat Quality a scntletuan tolrt me later, ir-VeAuced. by the Warren .milk fonnola, which IB adopled'aa a-sianiiard.-by'-: the Minne- to Uie clly 3.2 butter Drought sola Dairy Elandarrl or a price of ?2.T5 to ?3-GO per huodrid lo the producer. i 11 alao rieveloped al thai same me'el- S that ofie jnan. a his fellow mUk Ins milk end was the moal hia farm, because of lhe fact'tfuji.U was a "side thou'JM. there should bfe more the small farroers ot Inb'same-'Midft-Is- "What-I canfjot underslaf.cU ifi. ,rhal )f Mr. Carlyle is in lhe that he, Invoatigatloii, ;lTrhy he should not holler [or of EPttlns hoi iindcr "A Nobody In Ihis tily: aonie- ihlne for .iotMng, uul LJV? know thdrc )5 something so the purchase or.CTerj-Initijt is pnd arc anxious lo learn ivby, if possible. -'i There .may be dcltf. due lo the COUDCJI havirig to gel expert vl.ro from aoinc th'ft Jnvcs- ligatlon whl go on In due lime and y he -widened by Dom.alAn trnmcnl aid, lo Ihc satlifatllon, -I' hope, off llic pcopk of Ihc cfty-'ln'd Ihn. proilucera. Manv Ulacier Hotel. TUc olj Jecl qt Is ,tbo delermi- natLoa ol nu'.d of the livtei- ujtlonal voiuiuliuk-allui liieluvaj-s, auil ibe beltpraicuf or travel toriiHtluiis VVo jilOit lifurlily welcome ibem vlsllurs is public beiielnc-lors auO wish Uicm every suc- cess. Tbo._Card6Um Fannltie and iluracei iiicl o'lhc'rs wtiu' own the IIMJ or liivee ihousnod acrc-y of fall wheat tiljoinltiB ibe town oa ihe uo'rlb. very bmy I'ultliie mid stoo'VIac the same. "TltU-J.s possibly Ibe best auJ larfCJl crop uf ibis re- tire ihis season. Numerous. lourlsU arq Y'sltlug l.'ard- ut tbe luarklng of thu uail5 auu'iiliu uo'cls ure taied to lUeir capacity aud R grvni uecd of. a and moderu hotel Is much fu evidence. If winter traffic were ilie SAIIIO as A Half Million Dollars Each, Money (Irani lo.'Admiral ;ind Kield Murshul I-ravUtioner who has sills'" point." -in view, heurly welcome atnl an abund nni ptironAte. Butorc Inspector Sbucbolliam at the Mounted Policp. Itirracks. two Jobu Kcjwin '-ancl.Sle've Ofiraki, ar- reated.bv Corporal and CunJlablc Laurence, were sent lo Vernon, JJ.C. io bo au'd deported. The lor- njer was brpufthl uji on o[ failing to report, being a ivjiolc year dolnj so, ajid _iri lo iiileriinieiil and tioitorlatl.in was, fitted I for n uf iSo.OOy. 126 and tosts. Oslrakl was arrested CJranls.of propose was The J-eavilt U. band in iilltijdfcnce and tnlerlaincd lhe com- ling croFidi HU hour or more. In was Ui K. A, and a wholesome fraiariiftl sitlrll was much. in- evidence. [u tue absence of the president. H. Jclliff. .Mr. Frank 1-ctivUl. Jdenl prcjided.- Jle called Mr. Edn-ard of tp open tlie by jiray'er, He vas followed by Mr. John K. I'arrish. Ihe setrciary-ireasiffcr, whu BAve H splendid description of the dif- ferent phftees ot tUo orgRnliKlloii, tlie jcHgluos and'social au.d-also, last 'iufnot the Jsast. ptilil- ical of llic U. R A., this in idd'Ilon the business of the U. r. A. ivJiU'-li Irf conncrlcd willi the b. G. G- oiierallDfi some SCO cltvalors, elc. Ur Iho new U. A. cominert'ial or- gantzalion, there, gre 200 liuudred shareholders. Onlyvone call, has feecri makcrfe here are orgaimlnR a uo-oper- made on the slock, add H ia decided Cjgnr niabtrs' monufaciiirirt; lo no lyore (han.S per Icut. dl'v- with a capital of The will receive ihevuniun rate of pay -ami slier Jlie, sharcliolil- erg, ivho arc nil labor men, receive AUE .Varshnl Sir Douglas Hair and Aduitail Sir smuiutr traffic ilie of a ucir. DjvM BoHCty be crt-alcd onrls in hotel would be Juslifieil Immediately. "of llieir il Oit arcouci ur Hr; IlichariU, llic I Aiuprjfftu ilenj.Ul. Card-1 ffton Is ulthoul R dentlM, and ihe (eel to assure any gooil Sir lloiiicrl Summer, fipiir' Kir Henry Itavvlin.son. GPII, Sir .luliuu llyng niiii Hciu'v- S. Homo will be filvtu iHToueu-les. In aildil.on. larjje ot inonry (or niany of Great Brilaiii'a laud ami st-a heroes i-ei-omniPiHled by King George in tl.c Chouse of com- mons today. Tlie recommendalimis inudc In ac- cortlauco wlih tlic ihnc houured lorn were: Marshal Sir Douglas Haip Mild Admiral Sir David BeaUIo. to Field JIarshal Visr.onnl Krciifli, Uriiish foniniajider in Frantn V was annouiu-eri hire Itnlay. lien. K. II. II. Allciihv win and Beleinni In I early years of the an'! flcP- K- Allenhy. the coiiQucror ol I'alestlue, Tliir- ly thousand iiounds. each vere re- eonnuciideil for (Jen. Sir Herbert I'lnnnner. Ueu. Sir (leury Kawlinsun. (TCII. Sir Julian fiyng a'uj Ucn. llciuy S. !lorne. I.ieift.-Col. Hjinkey was recommend- on Ilie o[ Iraiiiiij; %vfili cniy aud being in" jKjssciSfoti'.of IITO-" hiblted Illeraturt. He furllicr charged willi beliig an ngltufor ami a me'robcr of (lie L'hraloian b'ocinl Diiiio- crallc Aesociatloij'fif .Canntlii-which Is an illejal UNION MEN ORGANIZE CIGAR FACTORY TOHOXTO. Aug. return of their, moneyi -A profit shax- Idend, the balance .of ibe surplu.. after'sinking be distributed among Ilio-patrons rala. Mr. Far- Ihc budding t______ ertcltd :r. tivo ire icliciiie will be set oil looL lug whsl can ne Cone wheu efrorl an4 _, co-operation are'corhbined. TKc large I CANADIAN WOUNDED AND biEeinent is. frost-probt, while'1 the whole buiidlng Is a' credit lo tlie lown. for Hear-Aflrnlra) Sir Charles Eillvaril Vlce-Adhiirnl Sir t'rcdcrick S. Slurdce, Vice-Ailmiral Sir lloter J.'''Keycs, action llear-AdulirM Siv Itneinahl Y. Tyrwhitl aud. Vice-Ad- wiral Sir John M. llobce. Gcii. Sir Henry Hughes Gen. Sir It. II. lialjcrtson, l.leiil.-dcii. William ilMdcll Birdwood and -.MnJo'r-Gcii. Sir .MontapiiR TrcnrlJarU were recommended [or grams o' each. ALLIES' TO CONFER GERMANS AND POLES YORK, Auj. There iras continuance of jcslerdaj-'.i oi'clted selling In Ibe collon Tnarkel loday aml i further brekli In prices with October contracts nelllnj oil to 30.85 during the early trading. ThU made a decline ot'njirljr a hale from Ibe cloalng prfeai'ot yes- (eniay and of 'approilmafoly 5 aaU 3. pouod or hale from hljh jrd (he 'ent of monlh. nalllEj ol softrtl polnls'fol- i nerrous, .lle Velcametl 'all pre.seut and Invllcd them to irade at Florc." President Wood ivas (hen call- ed upon to'apeaJr, and willingly inen- tiohed: thai LL. P- A. undoubtedly -was here'lor a long lime, becauas' Ihc letters, one liltlfc boy lor "L-ptU Father He slated that all should WrvlUlly inlercslcd In tills particular business, asjl.waj the only.uue that rondo .a. return o'f tlie profits to lie Itad dis- coTcred-thal Ihe best inen'm Iho coirf- munlt'y were associated Vilh the A. ami Ibal-lliey; were-i factor social-and inlellectnal, asI-Trt'l. as fijiancial.; ffc. predicted for compllmeulcd on the erection ot Ihe new warehouse, arid concluded by saying, "Long live the U.1 F. A." was; then sung by Ilia's Josephine and 5Ir. Bulon I.eavitr, sou ajld daughter of ofGlen- 'which was roych ajiprecial- cd. N Recilli.Old Oaya Wr. B., the old "war one. of Ihc pioneer farmers of Alberta, then, appkt, and empha-' sized that co-operatloci1 nciv been tabled" for pridlcl-il tliat it.Vould be Very siicccsefur.cnlll.iL might- becomo badly managed. "early days of Cardslon, the Ural was when all the settlers would ash any friend that going .to LethbrMgc by team, to lake in their -mail and bring tbe rest back, do Uielr shop- "plnit for. them. Vhis WAS IJie flrat co- operalloD, and eaeli did il cheerfully, but soon each his one outfit, and thus fell away. lie- explained lhat'the two evils of today In Ihe.niBrkellng, and sec- In the dljtributlng of goods, and theie Tvere largely responsible, for the high, cost of living, and that where the mlddIe.nian.couM.be avoided, a JttMt.Baring nould be effected, lie hajUcd fact Ibal Iho U. F. A. off to. a good start, anil deserved our beil efforts and a and ed that It would .net he long before ihelr turnover would be a million'do] lara a ytar. -T The unique feature of Ihe evening as an original poem, ".Tlie. U. K. .V.1'- by It. Britten Zl Iroiirs notlcf. Vlt will be publiE In (he Hera'ld Prallrisnl Wood tten proposed three i rheera fo> the L'. A! hind which heirttly lo. The ance tbe etenjng wil ipent in danc-' Ing, and refraflhmenia were lerved In jib entail (luanl'ty, and In 'extra, "quality i to more than SOD present, not counting Ihe best Ihc The quarlafly Alberia Con- convenes torisy and lombrrovr. hunitred. people from the out- ilrlcta ,are In Cardaton. The vliltbg from Ball Lake City lire Apostle O. i', Patrl- llyrum Smith. Good President Davlrlidn. nf O-wd ,ani) the Calgary Rotary. Club. Also of Cralc, ol IhiT Banff Nillonal PatX; ;Supl. Bowers, ol Vv'alerton rwk: R> -I- of the Calgary Ndard of Trade, nnil Jtcini. 3. Spurr, B. Benson, of Edmonton f'.rtlf, ton and diurhter, motored Inlo ojjalng eii fouls lo -National Park.. Jlere a con- laita ivlll be held with Good RoMs deltftteg from the Deparlment m, Interior, W Ihe Monlilu Slatt Oft 1'AKIS. AllC. suiirerilC rouii- cil decldsfl thai lhe licaJs or thu j allied niispipu in [JermDuy ahoulij aL- leJid cunfercnco lo be held In Berlin. CONVALESCENT SOLDIERS: Cierman and Polish reprosen- Maine. Auf. J.-Tho latkc.i io consiilor matters rflatins tn the trangtcr ol levrltory cetleil lu Poland Ijy German peace ircaly. ThcVouncIl aiso hcani'a Sivcdich dele- gnlLon iniroiluccd bv Hie mtn: on Ui'c-disiiosfUon of the Aland Islands. t- hospital ship Arflguaya' n-iJl nrrlvc j here ljp.tn-ecirAnB.-J2 ami H, nucortl- lo advk'O received lodny.'by Cr.pl. Grant of the hospital .cloRripg tlcpol, bringing S39 wounded and "cent Canadian -soldiers. v'' i, For the Best '.Lcllev prom Women Describing- The Advertisemehi Interested Me Most During the Month of August, and Why, TM Herald 950.00 In caali prizta to -for the bell leller telling which advertiie- menl 6T builneiiyhouie during the of AujiJit Inlerettcd thBm.meit These (eltersiwill enable kdvertlsirE to'understand better lhe hind _. of that appeal to women, and thua help iherri. lo, make.-their itore newt -more Inter- l( oT recognlxtd; thil many Women' find the store one of most JMereiling of A newipaper and IL If the detlrf of both.the advertiser 2nd the Herald to cultivate thU Interest. 'Pleaie'judge only the advertiaemVnts-of f builneii pljcev, Irrespective of alie. Kindly consider eVery adtfertiaement of Si Lethbrldfle firm lhal Herald; s Inf ihe month of iruKufAciurers Is not'to be decide which Iccil yoii f motl It with'your day-ihe advertisement II will be'necei- for..you to clip..the. adyertlsement r Intercitina each'rfay and- hold; H unlllo you ffnd.ere that mJikeA a .stro'hge'r'Appeal prlievwfll be given'1 j Beit Sncond Beit Letter 15.00 --'J LeU'er i'....... ij Thi.ra FAwrlVi Letter Fifth Letter 3.00 2.00 icnd letter repirdless or Alt litltri-wlll be turned over to tht slopes are described.1 All yJu.h'veTifl do to write a-Idler to lhe' Herald felling whleh Infertile i your Ittttr H The Herjlti, Advertlaemenl "Moil. In- 'I ''All'IfiUera be repl In by. September 1Qtti.'_ W-' Boblnion, Local Ceuncif'-df fl, Act, Prei. of Board 1 Ooie, Sec, Beard of Trade will att Judi'vi Injl will decide which are the.five bei. let- .ten. K. tfje 'In Ihc letter, ihe HeVa'fri'wK] apact In >nd 1 bl fa deJerlberf erfildr without ;