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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta iPAGE EIGHT HIE iun.v HERALD Prince of Wales Warmly Greeted at N.B. Metropolis ST.' JOHN'. X. n. royal welcome was eiU'iuled H.ll.H. the ha set fool for the flrst iimc ou Canadian soil ai eleven o'clcck this moruuiij. The weather was not auspicious, rain commwiclns to fall shonly before the prince left lils ship, but the adverse conditions in up way affeciud tbo warmth ot his re- nor the enthusiasm of the grotllngs extended to ibo heir to the Uriissh throne. ID niih many ol yuur fellow cilliens oa the from, and ibro-jgb thai period 1 valued deeply the oppoiiunUy afforded me for Terrains real anj close acquain- tance with my Canadian brother officers sud mcu. I -share your pride their, achievements eisd I mourn the heavy losses yvhlch. C'ausdiau homes incurred. "I you for fte varm ex- preasion of your loyally lo my father. It was emiuemly titling tLal king, which 1 wM 1101 Tail to cca- irice'fi rir-i ol Cauiila icy to Mm oil my return. In his namo bo the city founded by ihe I urn happy lo wish new prepress QU-i Loyalists who had sacrificed so niurhj rrosperity lo the city or SL John." lo VeniAin beneath the HrEiisli Hag. add Fteply Province tho hcunineEs of the welcome showed Tho reply to the address frotn the ihai ihe samp sjilrit still animates proviucial government ol Xew Uruus- wbo havo come atier iheiu. j wicjj from all parts of New Drucswici ami from farther distances srcdl imoi'oera heil -locked 10 Jain wUu the diiMns In their vrclcoiuo to tbu ptince At- A thronged ibe sireels or.d .Ifijed point of vantage along the route taken by iha pririce anil var- ious places where he stopped for ths ceremonies arranged in his honor. Owing to a misunderstanding Te- nanting tho lime arrangements, the prince landed at hour later than had been as he foIloweJ Atlan- tic siandard time, while the local ar- rangements bad been made oa day- light Tlits made il necessary to doler all nr rang em en is Tor an hour, but tho crowds Baited patiently good naturedly. The Duke of Devou- Bhlrc early went aboard the cruiser Drason. whlcft -brought the prinr.e from Newfoundland, and later larded with his royal highnoss- The priace was received witlj great enthusiasm when he landed. He eiallinslj- acXuowIeJjeil the applauso nnd took.liia seat in au automobile wllh the Duke of nevonshira and Lord Hamilton. princo was drireu through the streets from Reed's Point to the armories, about two miles. Presented with Address At the "reception -zo (he Prliice of Wales the" address from the province wns presented by Prenier E. Fos- ter and that for Iho city by Mayor Robert Thayes> --Among -those wco greeted tts royal highness here on lauding were. Sir Robert Harden, pre- mier oi Canada, and Lient_-Governor Brunswick. Thft "reply "ot'thq. prince to the ad: dress' froca. the, "of SL.Jdhn TTBS as follows: "Mr. -Mtank you ond all jour, fellow citizens for your kind words" oE welcome, wnicb have toact- ed me'Tcrr miicb.-' The cllr-ol SL John lounded by men whose loy- _ Hlly to Ibe Bril-sb lb.rone and (he Em- p'ire rose triamphant from a -terrible those on whom the strujelo brought disablement and loss. ordeal'and I tuaw that He spirit ol your founders is still strong in you today, jll is a special pleasure Lo me that the first Canadian city which I -am privileged Ho see.should be .this .'city 6[ loyalists' and I. desire to greet ''It through von as warmly as Ton havo ,'Breeled me: "You have Jundly to -Ibe modest part which I was alrtc to in the great war, Irom which the .Empire has Just emerged. It vras my BE II "-Mr Foster and gentlemen: "Yours is the Qrst. official welcome which 1 am. privileged lo receive en Canadian soil and I am deeply touch- ed by the warmth and loyalty of your "You hare spoken ot the affection- ate interest feK by my father. Ihe king1, ID this anq every provided ol the Dominion. I can assure you that the Trarm regard-for his Canadian subjects which ho vras able person- ally to express to you some years ngo, is even stronger today, sinrs it In- cludes a deep appreciation of the new and splendid services of this Dominion to- tho throbe-and. Empire during tho war and a constant sympathy with has will convey to hini this renewed ex- pression of your loyalty lo his house. "I greatly appreciate your refer- ence, loa kind although ir be, to my own services as a junior officer, in the war. My first real knowledge of the splendid nations of the British Um- pire were formed, gentlemen, in the trenches, cam pa and billets of tho western [rout. Comradeship In tha field, is. the surest of all roads lo un- of men of different climes and ways of life, auJ I have come (hereby (o know raj brother Canadians lu all the conditions incidental lo service in the field, in and out of Ihe line. New- Brunswick gave Us sons in generous measure to the great cause for which the Empire fcustrl. and I to the fqll your prido that they proved worthy of founders or your province who sacrificed their aH to'loyally to .British institutions end the Brilish throne. f'I agree with you "Mr. Premier, that commou service and common sacri- fices have drawn foe nations of the Empire even, sore closely together than before. We have seen our Brt- aud ideals sharply out- lined before us In the burning light ol a snprema we hare learned more irha; Lue unity oi-tbe British "Umpire means both to our- eelves and tb'LUe world at large. "I much regret that the lime does not allow-BC to travel up Ihs beauti- ful EL John River and viait Frederic- ton, Tcoi-'sftat beg thai you will convejr'to the people of tfie capital my greetings and my re- grets. Pounded by Loyalists The addreis to the prince from .the province of Xeir.Brnnawick, after re- ferring to the affectionate interest and concern shown in the dominion by iho present ting'-and qbeenT slated that the city of St. founded 100 years" figo by United Empire Loyalists, has lost none of its devotion to the throne Iii m m f: 1 Nothing As Good As Tan- Portland Gslns Twenty-Five my long ciperience I have never found'any thing as good oa Tan- -when it comes to rellevinff svficr- said J. A. Neisz, a well known .''employee ol "the Pacific Cav -and 'Foundry and TVDO lives at ''.E6th .SL, Pprllanr3r Ore., the r'pther Y Irouhles began about three ryeara continuefi Mr. I have be.En having a tcu'eh of it ever la, until f commenc'1 "latins'Tanlac. I had rheumatism -fin my arms Bnfl I suffered almost constantlr daring all that time. 01 'course tnero were times this troublo was worso It .at others, but I can truthfully say -.that there was hardly ft lime -jirhen I wag not cotoscioun ot nalo. to vseine' extent. My arms were so stiCi .and tore at liraca tbat I conTdn't ,fVise rny hands to my head. Besides .'what 1 spent lor treatment and medi- ne, the time 1 lost from'my -work on of this rheumatism amounted OTflr four hundred dollars In aaV BO'. 1 couldn't sleep much, and lust "'gradually went down hill until 1 hart '.'-lost in weight from one hundred and thirty-rive .to ODC hundred and ten and wag so weak and rua- down Hhat I could liardly get aboul at all. 9 friend of- mine had lieun Sufferins from this game kind of told me.that Tanlac'was Iho 'only Oilcg- that ever done him sood, and.advlBeil me lo ewe it to niako a long story Ehort, I haio Just tinished ray aalli of.Tanlaa, aris.I am 33 free rfrora suffering, Jo feyery _arid am well and strong as I ever was life. Jl .weigh on6 hundred pounds now. whfch means I Lave goHoD back'all I In hare regained all my .Xitfenfth p.nd, can do aa much '.vork 7eare ago. All that and stiffness has tjone fron .Jnr and I .caa'rafaei ray1 hands and Empire. Tho royal visitor, H gars. Is greeted the sumo Ifrvof ami aCectlon to loyalty RS paused, the founders ot tho ciit lt> abendou what ihev had Ihat they might betierserre Umpire. H unbounded ajiuiritioc for and stren- uous yart Allied by Ihe priuce in ihe war lor Ihe cause ot justice, liberty and truth, Tho address or the city oi St. Jofeu refers (o (ho hnppy teruihiatlcn o! the war uiid ineulioiis the rarl played by Canada Iii the great a result of this It rays, tuture will be followed with i greater and through you we i now take opportunity of usaln renew- Ing our slurero professions of loyally 'and devotion to His Majesty and teg lhal you will be graciously pleased to convey (o.ului this eiprcssiou cf our feelings." Order cl Procession Tho proce.uroa from the lauding plico to tho armories was In tho fol- lowing order: The local police; first automobile, i liis cicollency the- governor general, {lI.H.11. Princo ot Wales. 1-ord Hamil-1 tou; second auto, nbiuinton police car Jconlaiufufi chief of police and son; i Ihird Lleut.-Goy, Pugslcy o[ New DruDsn-ick, Sir Lionel Halsey, Capt- LelgL; fourth aulo, Sir Jlohert Dor- l deu. GCD. HurslaU and Commander [Dudley fifth auto, -Governor' Millikeu ot Maine and his slafT; siitb auto. Premier E. Foster of New Uruusirlck, Col. Sir George; Thomas and equerrj', with an-A.U.C. of his excellency, the governor-gen- eral; seventh aulo. Col. Henderson. Sir Joseph Papo ami Gen. MacDon- I r.ell: eighth auto, Robert Murray, Hon. J I F. and Mrs. Hohorts; ninth auto. Hon. E. A. Smith and Hon. C. Koli- J JUSDII; tenth nulo, Hon. J. K. llelher- inglon. Hon. jr.-P. Tweedall nnii Hon.] J. O. Ryan; elerenlh aulo. former Governor Wood and the leader of the New Brunswick oppoailton. Hon. J. A. i Murray; twelfth cuto. Major -Moian-j der McMillan, Major AV. Vassle, Msjor j C. H. McLean nnd H. S. Barliour, sec- j retary of LleuL-Gov. Regard Him As Canadian royal Tisitors were enterlain-i (yd at luucheon hy Premier Poster. In i the course of the reply to the lonsL .ol Ms health, the prince asked ihp I 'people of the Dominion to regard him a Canadian, becauso be considered himself such, it not by birth, at least lin mind and spirit and by associi- Uon wilii -Canadian troops at the front This afternoon Ibe prince proceeded lo HoLhesar, where; he was tendered a hy Lieut.-Gov. and Mr-. Pugsley. l-'e boards the Dragoon at 7 o'clock louight for Halifax. Although ?4 vears of age, toe priuce looks rather youaser, his ap- pearancc being" almost boyish and giv- ing llltle hint oi big strenuous exper- iences at the front during'tb'e years of warfare. Hla slight build and med- ium height rifld" to the youthful aspect and this is rather strength-1 ecefl by hia manner. Clad iu'the sim- ple naval uniform o( uis rank, there J co special trappings to him, but his personality is such as 'to make him stand out prominently in aiiy feathering. He showed a keen in- terest in everyone and t nrouud Mm. end hk manner toward presented lo him was one off fills pie. friendliness. A pleasant accompanied- each' hand shrike and. the same friendly smile rraa" di- reeled toward ihe cheering crowds aa !he prince saluted la answer to the vat Jons tendered bini. His eharacttr- islic Salute, familiar to everyone .who. tics seeu the prince in tie guards quick end snappy, but wftu a toach of Informal friendliness that mark's his smile, Nolhins seemed to escape his notice and he was quick to respond to ercry demonstration in his honor. FRIDAY. AUGUST SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR SHOPPERS AT G TEEPLE'S If values are llic magnet of trade, then should be pretty well crowded. We have prepared some extra special values for your approval, and we feel sure a ready response will result. Jusl take a glance over this advertise- ment, and come prepared to participate in these special inducements. SPECIAL VALUES IN FURNITURE WILTON RUGS reg. 528.50 for reg. for. 9x9, reg. for.... 9xlOy2, reg. for 9x12, reg. J87.50 AXMINSTER RUGS reg. for. 9x9, reg. for. for DIXIE RAG RUGS 1 Flnelv neat Bizes An licgular 51.50 for l.UU BATH STOOLS White 'cnamollej stools wjlh wood seat ojiil rubber tips ou legs, ileg- o or ular Special i.iS epajaelled Lalh slool irith Cork Inlay scat aud ruuoer tips on legs, o rn Hcsular 55-00. Special SEHEE slab sent and back- folding layrn setloe, rinisLcd natural and red. Splendid value fit clear at i lNEN CHEST Covered irilh Japanese aiaUing, 43 inches loaf, IS inches -will 14 inches deep. Only-. one. Regular Special Groceries Jjlme Juice, MoQlsorTat, AP 5C'c and "DC Ilaspbcrrj' Vinegar. pluls Grapo Juice, CC-. 35o ami DDC Kulke Whio, 1C quarts JJC .ML'Uireli'g Summer DrinXs, Lemonade, Chcrrj-, Grapo Punch, Orangeade. Jcut to itiake ono gallon, -iier bollle Olivo IJutttr Sandwich Filler, glasses, ?5c nad IOC or JjC