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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta GE TTTOAS rm LEfjjB'mDGE DAILY HEIULD fcAYUHDAY, AUGUST OTTAWA. Attff. -tho address.of Sir Hubert Harden at (lie luiiclieon ic-nderel by th.e ixmiln- .Sou EOYi'firjifirH lo Ite ol Wales on" J-'rJday: "Tour Excellency. Your Higb- upcs aiitl gentlemen: "A (esv days-npu it was my priv- ilege to His Royal tut vrtiea hi fim sei ir his eim'd tQ p common whH'u IUo n in ot self- tho great pass ibat !bc of a .is Lhe chief bojid ol tho Drit- anmc For each of ibese rial ions Is cue crown, actuig in each Dominion and ia every province or stale upon Ihe adiicd ol ininlsTers responsible to ihe people and IiivesieJ wiili their uinudate. Ttus ihrougfcoui Ihe Kuiplrc is crvareJ a direct and perfect relaliau between the CTOWK and ihe 'upon 1 am bappy I Tho KinK. acting through Ms miuis- la r. on behalf of Cicadfau people, it new the pveeUug. ID. iruth there ittle cced for ihif, lor our people iheir welcome feJt whor- I-T.--T ihe has come am one them, i-ome au'.cnj; us for iha firsi 1ml not as a stranger. Tho youth of Can- ierf. is the executive head of govern mem in ei'-'li Itomluion. Fulfilling tbo will of iho people in tlie selection o( his advisors, ho stands above party or (at-iion. ihe acknoNvUJsed head of iho "Tho development of relations in ttits country ha's proceed- GO AFTER THE PRIZE and gitls bave until Sepl. lOlh to prr their let- ters on "Tho Advertisement That Interested Me Ihe Most anil Tffenl.v-fivo vail bo for Iho bra I letter. Fifty dollars in till will, l-e districted in prices. Spu-i Iciters to the od upo.'i liaej Weuitcal' which have been followed in Iho Mother Country- To that dvviMopnient men both our great pioneer races have 1-0115 ecru ted ilu-ir labors and It Js CiiUcil Stales Ho has ibrea Lu (IT nearly moiilliB [lierfurtultis wort to. which ho was delegated Prtj'deui Wilton ol afltr mandates. A reiwrl ias lljrru curreut tliat I'ul. llotiso 1 to go lo 1'arls lo sign Iho Auslrlau WASHINGTON. Aug. Wilsim is to be asked (o wLo a band lu the controversy- Iho workers and tho VuJu'd Slates Sleel I'orporjlJou Ju an effort to prevent strike. TUJs announcement today by the committee of the steel work- notable tlui Canadians' of French charged tbal the Sweater Coats x Motonsts, campers, athletes and all who enjoy the cool brac- ing evening air, Penmans sweater ccats. In Ihem they find pleasing dashes of color, and up-lo-the-niinutt styles'that captivate- origin havo priudplrs biion which tlut Jevelo; menl should proceed. Aiuong Ihem may be- to pay lo one great msa. Jorp a most conspicuous figure in Ihe public life of Ctinuila. For many years we weic. broyght Into very direct and intimate assocSaUon m pub- I lie Often.'but by means j always. Sir Lauricr oud T dif- fered in our opinions upon public lions; us ever doubleJ j Ihe sinceiily of tho other's convict- I Ions. I mourn his us lhat of a I great CanadiBii aud a valued and inti- imaie friend. I atHI speak almost in (he {.shadow of a Tvar tested to the I ulmosi'tlie rebourccs aud tho unity of j our Empire. Tho-jjesver of an orgauj I italiou which seemed so loosely knit I together as our community _o[ nations j was nol or realized hy tho [militarist, aulocracr of Germany. -In- j deedT those irho laid the foundations ot tho complete autonomy which Ihe regarded as their birthright did not quite comprehend how well they had bmlded. "The recent war arose in oue senso out of treaties anj uadorelandtngs to which tte Dominions.-were not and as to their .minjptcrs had not been, aud in some cases, could not have bceu. belie veil lhat the eilstenco ot the Empire was at slake and IB no Dominfon was thero any .hesitation ag to iU duty. During the progress ot the struggle more perfect- co-operaUon betamc accessary and was 'attained. The guiding principle was.laid down that within our.commonweallli ol nations, equality of nationhood luusL be recop- nlzed, preaerrlng unimpaired (c Dominion tbe full autonomous pow- ers which it norr hold o and lag each hy necessary consultation and by adequate voice and Influence ita highest Interests in the of l coru- Prcslicnti-ould have on -r 1 (a pass m, ,ho merlls ol (he Jloiitrt JT Tlio Louilon Dally Mail quo'ea llo-aso iis sayiug li wng uuiriic tliiit ho n-tuscil lo slea Ihe Auelrlau llreuty. I "The fact ot tlio mailer salj iCol. "iHey wuul lo kuoV a llons way Ilio naruei of tho I.OMJU.N. Aus. Hie l.onjou who will slRn tuc. trealv 50 laiK-ra sre ilevnllug cousUtrablc tho Mines may to prluleil' 1 tcutlpu K. Jl. House; oj aiilto uiiablo tu say so far olieaJ wLcther I ba ablo lo go lo ato fhould apologlio lo ISo share- 1 llarU anj U4t I re- sr- holders for undertaking to rail in m- j (ufa ls 1 Jicrfcctly that they Oon't know the lo It am there." flrst thing .nboul and are too Leadecl lo Irani. They should also apolociKC to ihojaayint: bull-! Co1' Jlouse lvoulj Ml're-'s uo opln. lon on llle Shantung clause, merely Conservatlvo party for Lu A telegram Itie lcoliv-orkors. at GHry, millce salil Uie workers tliu policy that hn3 split the '1 lives ol this-district Iron: strike "uuder any circumstances until tho strike dale bcon stt by. cer.-irnltlec." The-! Gary untoi) haj telegraphed iljal ihb stecbvorkers ivere being discriminated nnd "dlscliargeJ for pur- posa of forcing a FresMeut Goiupcri and the steel workers' conjiuitiee doelineil lo (lla- cuss Iholr coiifereure ivitb ihe presl- denl, fnying as Ilicy left Iho While HOUEQ Uiat auy staleuoul would have lo come trora llr. Wilson. There was no indication ,13 lo whe'.ber any nn- nounccuicnl would bo rundQ al Ihu House. stem. Conaerva- >m.stcm to war or peace. For each ual'.on com- plete, control oC Its uffairs; for tho -whole Empire necessary iion, according lo. the will ot the peo- plo in' all matters of common L-onCDru. "I havo not spoken oi material af- fairs. Burdens entailed ny Ihe irar are heavy; but in the end. I believe, we shall not find them overwhelming or even oppressive. Xeu" Ideals IIBVO arisen. Thero are new conalllons to bo faced lolli here and elsewhere within the Empire. Prol.iems ot peace will be as difficult and is complex as tuosa ot war. In tbn yr-ars thai lia belore us we njeet them with }he snme POEC and the same indomllaWe spirit as in tue years of itrivssle irom vrblcli we have Juat emerged viclorfous. I trust that_lhe Prince of will convey to I'heir our profound appreciation of their rinff devot- BRITISH COLUMBIA MORGAN, McLANE i CO. LTD. The the Town Community Spirit CITIZENS MUST BELIEVE, TALK AND LIVE SUCCESS The success of an army (says J. W. Hamilton, sales manager for Finch, Van Sly'ck McCouville of St. is due.to the development 'of ihe. community amongst the the venous m other remember that Napoleon said that 75 per cent of'the success of an army was in its morale. v Equally so community; 75 per cent, of its success lies in the loyally of each family to. the ihe other 25 per cenl being properly attributed lo the location, of. the town and -its natural advantages. STORES. A community lp.be successful! must have prosperous and well patronized retail stores; it.mflsf develop a community spirit'befvveen the merchants and the townspeople and thp.counlry-side. Kipling says: "It.ain't the guns, nor armament, Nor hinds.that pay, But the close co-operation That makes them win the day. It ain't the individuals Nor the army as a whole, But the everlaslin' team-work Of every bloomin' soul." -Ana It is the CIOEE ciniiieration or getting together oi Ihe leading spirits who rocosniie Hi" necssmly for Ktlieir (oral, 10 soccccd-anil who make tbclc plans accordingly, Kulch-wina. There Ir In Ihe vast majority ol men a rcnse oi lairness rnd tt ileslro lo bc-Ip, (o glvo and lab- that is the ground-work Thich, added lo Ihe solHsJi.desire lo nueceei, upon Tthtth the Lornmunlty spirit muni needs be developed. 'I TALK SUCCESS---LIVE SUCCESS t T6e i-ojld will nol soon {orset Ihe seimsnlsl and tie Bcnei-osJly ol out clUiejis io contributing tit hundredi o! ttllllona lo Ued Cross ana other war work, and something akin to Ihui spirit Tnusl be developed In each counlryslde, Ihe dlsposlllon to loyally support tho home town even H tomt merchandJee can be oblaloed BOmewhere else at a slightly less cost. Wlen the citizens o( a telleve In (alk lhat success and life it, SUCCESS la bound lo come lo that; ciinimiinlty for that snfrtl; cahoot fill. Ccrlilnly they cannov hope lo have success witho-Jt this dls- pcsli'lon. Thei town that li.lortl