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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta WKDNKSDAY, AUGUST G, 1919 fllE LETI1BU1DGI5 DAILY HERALD. FAGB Lapoinle, of Kamorotuka, Slams Union Government'as'Friend of Profiteers' The Tortures of Dyspepsia Corrected by "FralM-tlws" OTTAWA. Aug. 6.-AI the opentag of the morning of the Liberal convention a resolution from the reso- lutions committee wai submitted tfro- vldlng In the Canadian constitution in reswd to tho rosulallous of Canada to the Baj- lure oueht to come, inio eftect until .after nolng pwied parlUment and ratified by Canadian peo- plo on a refmndam." Tho renolutlon waf moved by Sen alor Dandurand and secpndad by M. 1 A ot Vancouver. 'senator Dandurand, In resolutlou. said that 8 deeWon was neiidine in London la regard to the remodelling ot tie British cca.Utu- lion. The giving of local parliaments to Scotland, Wales. England aid Ire- land a whlcti had.been accepted. Any acttoa taken by Ihe-Britlrt parliament would have Iji natural OB Ou> ion because devolution wea but pre- paratory 'step fc W imperial parllanwnt to which Canada would lona- representatives Ap- irarllonment of fowor between the lw ?slaWes .the-' ne 'Imperial parliament was threatening Canadian jurlsd etlon over-certain mailers'and one c the most important omnestlons loon'ilns, up. 'j...' proleit against the schemes now be- hatched In Ixmdon. Canada, said Mr. BoyJ, must always anjoy the most aWule autonomy. U liume to snow that Ub- m and autonomy wouW not per- mit auy interference. Senator Dandurand "Plained to the convenrionthat lie approisd Mr. Greg- ory's amendment. French Canadian! and Emplrl Bort nt the amendment. Mid that as a Canadian ot French deecenl, he Wish- ed to eiplala the attitude ot French Canadians toward French Canadians were British subjec s and napw and proud to be EO Although rconquerod imce, bad achieved responsible government Between the rwoloUen and the- amendment ooald not but stand for the latur. It a clwciit lUte- ment ot oppcllUon to the centrallia- tlon of the gorernmiat ot Canada In London. We were all subjects of the some our owi gor- ernment and It niu.t ran Mr. decl.rid thtt an buidloHi movement on loot v> OvadlM Navy TIM naval polfcy, had pufifc of reere- Whoa drat In- troduced it Torle. ana a.' a .ubitltute th. granting of a mail sum of tnonej to Great Britain. Tie war had come, bnt where the Canadian nary! "Ask Mr. said Mr. Lemlenx, Si. MiKTlK'B, N.B. i two ytare, I s uffenxl tort urM from Srixrt Dyiftfiii. I hid constant pains after eating; pains down (he sides back horrible bitter stuff often came up in my mouth. I tried doctors, but they did not heir mo- Uui so0-1 lUrtecl taking 'Fruil-a-Hves', 1 began to improre acd lull medicine, inida of fruit juices, relieved ma when everything else failed." j MRS. HUDSON' MAKSHBANK. tOc. a box, D for trial siio Me. At dealers .or sent postpaid by Limited, OtUxa. visa in said Mr, La- points. Kaisi-rUm was the "father of Dolslu-vum anij he felt oulte sure that it Li-nine and Trot iky hart to chooje leadi-rs in Canada they would select Borck-u. MUjhen .and Premier Morris Speaks Hon' T. C. Norris. premier of Man- itoba, was the neil speaker. Canada he Bald, was at a critical period and It was necessary that the convention evolve a policy "Wei would of the greatest possible help to the country. The problems were as difficult as] which had i-onlronted Ihe coun- try during the war terloil. The country needed a new fiscal) policy, and he tliouchi tbere bad never been a-time the people at to tome to- rether on tie tariff. He could iestlfi (hafthat spirit was. abroad In Manitoba. The 'question of the vmje-r relation f capital ind'lilior was of grave im- f Fielding Gaming port Comes to Him From Quebec OTTAWA, Aug. 6. Quebec of parliament and sena- went Into ceucui at 4.30 to consider matter of leader- ship. Martin Jllll InsUU on re- maining out of the contest. WINXIP1X3, Aus carries the lolloping from its Ottawa correspondent: "in the leadership race It Is EUled this morning that the boom has a consideration of the convention, t'ap- ital and labor must be on friendly instead of antagonistic u-ruis. Tribute to King and Army Senator HuroS'Sen res- minister In the would appear that cerUli! of champ'.oiis of olher candidates have nuV turned ttelr ciiere'.ss in the di- rection of electlns the member Tor In the public ucation he received schools ot Ontario. Hartley Dtwart Speaks Hartley H. Dewart, Liberal leader in Ontario, strongly supported the reeolu- tlon previously adopted in regard to the administration of autonomy and protected the po against any usurpation ot of the Dominion govern IflB yowei a menL Ontario, he said, had again to Srht the battle of responsible govern- ment. Thoaa who had leen appointed io govern limply on one issue were abusing the powers entrusted to them and enacting legislation they had no mandate U) enact. But Ontario was getting rid, one by one, of its political middlemen. Income Tax Administration Capt, J. H. Wilton, moved, seconded by Mr. lifortune, M.P., that con- tention condemns the government be- It hai not enforced the income iai law In such a manner as to make It produce the revenue whjch sucli a should produce if properly collect- "This 'convention desires to place on record its devotion Io Ihe person and office of .His Uracious Majesty. King George V. and its appreciation of his untiring efforts during Ihe war In promoting harmooy Ihroughout his Dominions and also unalterable attachment to the Ilrilisli Empire and to our own beloved Canada. "And this convention further de sires to place on record its gratitude to the valiant Canadian army for its splendid in the great victory Which brought the blessings of peace to the world. iJespwate strug- gle between tho forces of autocracy minister m Even in Quebec it Is apparent that reaction has set In in his favor, and there are indications that his name will stand high in the first balloting tomorrow morning." and dcmocrac; emocracy our gallant soldiers nave -covered- themselves with glory by their courage and devotion to duty and have earned 'the undying grati- tude 'of all Canadians and made the name of Canada an inspiration for future generations." Senator- Bostock. In moving tne resolution, that the Canadian soldier had gained a name that would "l Mr. ila'clloiiald believes that IL adaNthe.doctrine Wilfred'-Laurief -the Eefltl-. the', peoples ifhat-doctt ne musi be sdiiuiied' up in'the when applied to (he. fereafgalx-iy-bf free Dominions .attempt to-work out a foisible Echeinp of Imperial- federation wos lmprilr Greg6V> -rgucd thil the resolu tin- uifl not EO f" The "people -acre entitled (o sonie leadership from tao convention H should be slated that In tho Opinion ot the convention the movement to centralize Imperia cont-ol wis Mghly dangerous Thoro vas nothing Mr Gregory thought which would tend so much discord airong tlie different HID Empire as the centralizing room mont now in progress n Mr Boju s-iij as submitted bs the resolutions coni, niltlec did not protest ngltnst now being waged not onl> m Canada but by ultrtlm perlalists on Iho other cam paign vlilcli -vonM strike -it the very foimiiallons of the confederition There had been i iroat emphatic vHon''-'Marin'alij.inlniVUr df 'was called'.npon'becailse he, represent- ed in o measu'reLthe.'farming interests of the'west. to say that 'as far. as ihe farmers were concerneli, no special privileges from 'any jovernmenL It aplieared to be the .tendency of gov- ernments to assume a to- v ard the farmers The farmers he said were Interest ed m two tilings The first Mas good 'training for their sonsvand daughters end theisecond was the removal form Is'l" 'he protective tariff Tlie elements of the protective tariff should ho de i So far-is Concerned said nres-se Ih'e-'gdvernment fo'r. being false to Its the administration ot the in- It Via .'c.'V When the convention reassembled In the aliernoon Chairman Murray o ar-is Mr Marshall 1'aould be glad to burn Mr i wuum uc oiers custom- house ,and the iJnited States Mr Marshall urged the necessity of increased agricultural production Prior to 1856 he said the prairies were a bald headed wilderness During the 15 j ears ot Liberal government a greit part of tho west was peonled, but if (he interest on the national debt to be there must bo cultrta lion of the forty or nfl" million acres of land still inlo In Western Canada There must be the most raretu1 immigra'tion-1 campaign ever Vnown and Ihere must be mcres-ed efficiency in agriculture i Mr Marshall emphasized the need for agricultural training In the schools He cited from a Belgian primary show ing how agriculture was taught in the Helgian school" and nddcrl that ho him self was a farmer in spito of the cd read the report of the committee on parly organization. This report recom- mends the (ormalion-ot a national Lib- eral organization committee, over which the leader ot the Liberal party shall preside The committee it is I recommended shall consist ot the pres ident nine vice president" one from each prounce and a national com mitteeof 54 Tne Ice presidents shall be named by Ihe Liberal association ot each province or in th? J-asc of am proimce in which there is no associa lion the Liberal premier or loader of the opposition shall nominate the vice president The -eport' recommends, tliat ,tne nalionpl committee Of members shall consist o! five members solec ed he sor go down In history as one of the greatest examples of courage and pat- riotism ever been recorded in this Their record, lie said, was one that .would rewound to their credit1 tor all time to come. The resolution was carried, the con- vention rising to its feet and singing the National Anthem. StewJrt's Conciliatory Speech Jlon. 'Charles Stewart, premier of Alberta, was called upon by Chairman Murray, (o give' an address. He said that he hoped i that the deliberations of the convention would result in benefit to In speaking for the that he come In a spirit of opposition. Itihad often been urged by the eas that westerners' were so radical tha BOUNDS EXACTLY LIKE AN AGENT FOR OLD SOLO- MON LEVI AT "US CHATHAM A bank passbook showing a credit of cash o[ all denominations 'amounting to thirty-nine jack-knives, ten waiclies of more or less doubtful utility, nine (razors, three mouth-organs, a hoi of cigars, a tobacco pouch, and several other articles commcnly described as Junk, were found 'III the pockets of "James when searched in the county police court here this morning. He was arrested in the .vicinity of the lake yesterday, as a auspicious character, and as lie refused to giro his name was lield by the Tilbury authorities on suspicion of being Dug- ii the man wanted on a charge ot gaii assaulting the young daughter ol farmer residing near nidgetown. He did not give his name until arraigned n court this morning, faced charge ot vagrancy. Despite his he begged tho police to WILSONS it was impossible to satisfy, then That was' not': the time. The west came in' a'spirit of geMagether. Westerners would come east as far as possible, if "the people, ot the east would attempt lt> go meet them i _l Kill them all, and the germs too. lOc a packet at Druggists, Grocers and General Stores. 'd be if you knew a great army of people v 'usePOSTUM instead ''of if -s. or coffee' i" For n than twenty has beert winning its yvay by its fljavor and, .health values. Boil 15 minutes after1 boiling and fib Raise in Price: -i Soldby grocers, usiiil price, JU4 and i i ,11 MA "lc to the Liberal association for the province Liberal premier or Ihe leader of. the opposition or nominee m each province J R Boyle chairman of the com mittee, in presenting the report staled his belief.that the provinces were m much the same condition as the al- lied countries previous to the war What wai required was i body to co-ord'nute their work Th s body, he said-should tnve its Ottawa Hie cap-'-' of the Dominion Mr Boyle predicted that it the or ganlMlion -.s proposed was properly instituted it would lead to success at the neit gcneril election He agreed with the chairman of the convention that leader hip platform and organ were the three e sentials to Sinclair, M P in seconding the resolution rtid the conn tr> riPe tor a 1 Ibcral organization Us purpose nould be to preach tho of Liberalism and to help drive fhe Hun: profiteers, from the treasury benche No Fear of Progress Ernest bapolnte, M f. referred to tnfconrenUon as a gathering of mem hers ot the great Lileral family Whatever might be the program now ever progressive It might be It would e mere words and dead letters umii living ngency had given I might be said indeed thai 'he leg slatlon ind the program were no bet er than the men chosen to hem Jit the march tow-ird the future he Liberal party should be In the first rank There should r-o fear of progress The system oe transfoVmed in a radical wny Brerjlhing should be done to make the lot of the poor easlw and to Mrtioi their Influence on the national governmen) At the present time the Borden gov ernmenl was throwing away not only the mlmons of the present but the wealth ot generations to come Twenty five million dollars ha I Bdvanced to Rumania and 000 in Italy thai Flavelle and other mil llbnaires might: be able Io Bell their goods .j _ We fight' Mi1 continued against Roy" arbitrary, and absolute government -which does not Care for detnocrncyani what democ racy slonda .fof-i This government which Is the product of the nefarious War Timd? EiectioiTacl doca not rep- rcs-6nl today, hnd never represented thfl norm-a raaJorUy ot lhnd gloom of trip in. and you can i it all t7 doui and wciil Banff and' in moantaln Mt ungs at Enieraia OUaer Slciinooe holels Eaiy Reach fOS INFORJIATION APPLY J J. GORDON Depot Ticket Agent. Week-Old Corns Should Be.Unthinkable WAGSTAFFFS iReal Seville i- Orange Marmalade JVo camouflage. Bolld irilhcaTtm Sitter Para "AIK YOUR TO" IT, t For the Best LetterTrom .Women Describing Advertisement That Interested Me Most Durbg the Month of August, and Why. i -n, will alve In prizes to The Herald will Avenue- to cultivate thu interett. iudge only of the U with your letter itate wjwt Th. followin j NOTICE! WE WILL BE CLOSED Duting alterations to (he Oliver Block, for about two weeks, fronrAugust 2nd, aher which we will 1 reopen in premises in th6 The Elite Cigar Store (PERR.Y ANDREIO) Beat Letter Setbnd Letter....... Third Silt-Litter'......... Fourth Best Fifth Beit Litter Any woman itnd wherl v All will 15X10 3.00 2.00 nftton to, tht All' you to do to write Hirald telling which loMl Intii you mcntr and why! Adtiriii your thi Hirald, Dtnt." All iirt In by tOtfi. W. Robifiwn, ftn, Council le" f HiUl term. 'space In tho 4 ;