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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I form KH! LETHBRTDGB DA1UT FRIDAY, AUGUST 1919' "She Xctbbtibge Iberalfc DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors and Publishers THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 323 6th SlrMl Souln, Lelhbridje W. A. Buchanan and Managing Director -Torrance I'usmfsa Manner ily ami lus eince. King is radical. devouring il ever HP Inherits that his William Mackenzie, after wtom lie is named. ThiJ vras a rebel in ISJlandhe was termed a rebel because he was !or privileges Ilial the j ol Cacsda have siueo TELEPHONES Business :0lficc c-blaiuod and tlie mosi outatandinj o( ihcse was responsible sor- crnmeni. Tho Is also strong in his adroeaey ot the yeople's rights. Tarrtf is no ibai. In the wf.M, iQteroft In new 'iii.MiIcr be confined largely to 1252 lariff vievf. MnckoDZLe King come.s 1224 from Ontario and very mtle low I sentiment is eipccted from that yror- I iace. Xevc-rtheless Kins is low tariff advocate so he will be. we tfaiofc. sincerely in sympathy with the Member Audit Bureau ot Circulations Subscription Raits: Dalljy delivered, per week .....J 'Dan'r, delivered, per year !.5B Dally, by mail, per year S.OU Weekly, by mill.'per year 1.50 WeeWy. by inaiL per year to U.S. Dstes ot f ipiry of subscriptions ap- pear-daily on address label. 'snce at papers afier esplralion data .Is our aUlhorily to continue tbe sub purpose .ot handling Iho Canadian wheat crop. The minister elatw that (ho hoard will comprise ten fcmlvc members, several of whom wfrco.ii slltulc ihomsolvca as an execullre comiulUec. Tho full duota bus uot yeJ been inadc up. -PLATFORM s AND THE LIBERAL LEADER. Yonth TV1H be served. The- mantle '.i', of- lie OU Chleflain falls upon tlie man te most 1'kely proposed tlieffirfe Ills' dsali. Mackenzie A dozen years ago, :'Venl inlo the goTe'rnment witliout any f-p-efyas eiperlence irer-lb'e heads ambitious Liberals ,'of Ipitg service and Ibis prefeciuenl on Ihe part of Sir Wilfrid in his day al 7 power'annoyed those who over- looked .-and made them more or less -iwfrieudly- lo King. King suffered J from lhal aota-jonlsm. He was des- cribcS rather eauslk-aliy as Ibe "ptf Ihe old Chieftain. But Mackenzie (King Tras more than a pel. He was jjouinj arid anlried at tbal lime bul vhe had abililj to burn. Uis career 33 vDepnl> Mlnlsler ol Ijljor prior to Ills eppolnluenl as'Minislcr proved lhat 'be hatl (013 of brains, resource, capac- Mlr for public service' and in'osl ol all deep ana. genuine sympathy With ,-tte Vorklpg" claejcs..- Today. -ha as IBe greatest aulhorliy on t agfreeinEnts, on Ihe conlin- and Ills services liavfLeen useii 'some" of tbe peat Induslriea ol'lhe (n nrtnglng about a liellor "r UDderBtantllng wilb Ibeir employees i What kir.d of parly leader will Mac lenzJe Kins make? Is bound, to be ask because very fen- people know ihi man, ft has been said lhat bi i lacks an altracllvc personalily. Ccr V lalnlr he has none of Ihe attractive ,6( n Laurier, bill II would h find a man- In (ha com Yjfry who could replace Ijurier in lha AlSr respecl. Yet Klnc is cei posst'sicJ of aa nirtiy: li'SIr flobert Uorilen, "3.MJ Wore -so In facl. Xiiywa ylrllo; radical and ah! or. 'weaker..- upon Ih tie. Ms. few cfria The ciee fo b'er-Vel biflons and ;is prepared 5 to distance Ad meot'Hheui; certainly, under Kintf will lace a good deal ot'critJ clsm on account of his attitude policy. He will be becaus1 as a; Eingle man of military age-h did not offer bis services daring1 ti war. That is personal, and Mr. King', motives were certainly not inspired b: any lack ot sympathy Trith the alliet at' hive had "the .very ue'si of reasons for .his course, bat a public, nVan 'ZDUst'e'jpect -to -have -his personal actions, especially in a pfriod jjfce world war, subjected lo attack. If he can-defend himself successfully, all the better.- Mr. King must expect to meet strong criticism for hU failure in a 'crucial time In the -world war, to support a measure lo back up Ihe Canadian forces oyerseas. The facl that war is over will not hnry tr.e attitude taken by public men dur- ing ihe course of the war. Tbe Liberal platform isj-rery erous Lo -the returned men- The party Is ccra'raittcd to cash prajiis to soldiers, great undertafeing iknowiivlrcnV. to aigitment 'i'ff.3 .'ijfjve them hoitip-effecllvejy. ''oiwnii- lie ;la. a. M.i to he financed Is not -slated bulithe arty mast not consider It merely as and as something, that It ay not he necessary lo do -when p r Is attained. Aa far as platform is oncerned the. soldier has little com- lalnt lo olfer. ,_. The platform -so' far adopted ;-ls err acceplahle. 11 Is progressiTe, ulte radical in aome respects, and ouEhly in ypjtaVhy with" the Qsplr- iis of the common people and not san jeiiils; rily ritndly willt Ihe sotslleA Inter- .'Resolution ReciprocityJvj r" "A with reciprp.cllj, with iBe Iritrbdiked by ap'd s'e'ccnded by Manitoba, It said, the reciprocity agYcement by the ,-Liberal govern menthol1 Canada in 1011V was a measure the hopes that-had-beep .entertained and "efforts made to btxter traile rt lations between Canada and the neigh- boring republic by .the "statesmen hy both political parties in the Dominion trim the beginning of tbe Doininton'3 Thai .tha agrefeinenV fair and Just to both countries and well calcu- lated-to .promote IhVgood' relallcms so desirable.-.--, That Che "Ui5 'ConserraliTe the leadership -pf.'-' now Kobtrt. Rorden In opposing and' defeating tec agre em en aj sac- rifice to the beat interests of Canada for distinctly partis; "That the insincerity .Con- servative leaders on that', queallon has heen ttbnnilanlly''eVidenced by the fact that after coming Into office they proceeded lo make very tariff changes, the 'denunciallo'n' of which was'tbeir elec- tion lo office, That the action qf'tho leaders in consumma- tion of so excellent 'arrangement be- tween the two countries deserved and alill should the op- portunity offers, the condem- nation of. the. -Candian ;peoplc; That.the reciprocity agreement, was approved In 19I1 by.'the cpngfesa of the United States and the law giving such approval still remain? on' the American sialule books; That if the proposal lately made fh the .congrcgs lo repeal th.c said law be carried of Canada will hajc no complain, since Ihe Americans have kept the law un- impaired tor th'e'long .time.of eight years, during which .Canada has made no move lo avail h'eTself-of -ilg pro- visions; That while, for these this convention can tafee no'exception-to And ISIr. who .Bol- _ ________ the from "ciamVftfr-W. -T. R, Pres- Hope, moved the follow which -was seconded by J. Winnipeg; i Whereas It has. beep openly thug- ed that Ihcre was a conspiracy! .to cany ont an elabprale syslctoV of frauds' in connectrSri -wllh'the rallllary roiere1 part'of'thej-'War Times. Elec- tion act for the purpose of overcoming the voice oi ibe honest electorate ot involving of, the voting the illegal, switching pr_transfer- ing" of tea's of thouaanos of votes to .constituencies vothqr.'jtjian '-those Ihe eatllled lo vote; i charged thai tbeaV frauds would'have been -large .nun bers of appolnlCGS.ofltlie iriown delll cratcjy .cpramijtlns And whereas it- has been openly charged ,lhat these frauds holding' responsible positions; .And whereas that persona TVCTG bitlclally known to be immediately Implicated in thoXcon trol of frauds and were subse- quently recommended" by the prime minister for Imperial honors at; the hands o; His Majesty, the -Therefore, thia convention denland Ibe appointment of an impartial T.oya commlbslon vrith unlimited Shelter Your Family THEY ARE NEAR AND DEAR TO YOU AND GOOD FOR THEM. A MONTHLY INCOME OF SUNSHINE AFTER THE STORM, -SMALL LIFE MAKE A FLOOD OF COMFORT- FUTURE. Save Now For i DISTRICT i JF YOU LIVE'OUT'.. With This Protection ANY SACRIFICE YOU MAY MAKE IS NOT TOO POLICY IS LIKE A RAINBOW, A COVENANT DEPOSITS MADE NOW WITH THE METHO- YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN THE a Rainy Day LIT AN LIFE BLOCK OF TOWN i WRITE ..US--; u 'ft, sis. It will now bo Ihe business ot Iho proposal at Washington, we, he new leader lo convince Ihe people as haV Ifce parly rear eame-st anil I appreciation Or Iho pbjcct-pf agreement and our. faith fin o[ InlenfatirmM Ihe iilalform Into ellecl when' opportunity offers. UR the tariff pla'nfe maltea thB. ;leaTage between the liberal and Un- ionist parties cJIstincl aoO clean CDt and In Hie nefl election (he tariff tions.'unilerlyiDg yes exQtsse our cd. siiouldtne Unlcnlgf party'attempt' lo do so the Conservative parly would he reyivcd with its "Natlorlal Policy" will be the uppermost tiMsllon. To jot Sir John MacdcnaliTas Iho -slogan, sillsfr the veal tie Unionists would JTo those who advocate- a lowering of haTB to p-jt up a'more advanced tariff tariff tlio l.lberaVpnrly holds oul pbtfonn and Hat Is not to Ve cipect- only hone. Ladies! Would You Like a Pr.of High Grade Shoes for have some htgn grade welt anbes In gocrl Iocs, palenl Icallier vamps wllh hulion cloth !op3 as good values aa any 11200 lo sboES. n .These will help you His "High Coal of Walfcing" ond also Blve you service, These rnu lo ;ind will 111 and he comfortable', Y6u rlon't go bartlotil, W.J, NELSON Col b. AVENUE SOUTH '-SHERLOCK i m TV r1 i f MLL BUY CATTLE I We Have Received Orders to Buy all Classes of Cattle to be Shipped to Dakota, and are Pre- pared to Pay Full Market Price. Phojne'or-Wire: Phone 1846 j -f7v Lethbridge ;