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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, JANUARY 16.1910 THE UVniBKlDGlC DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE S H UB'L FLEETS OF THE FUTURE. mished by the Uritish MLUHUV ti formation fhroiijfh iM-p-trlnu-m of 1'uliUc Information. Cwava. 1 il'iMiii Own cerrtEDundtutl OAIXJAKV, CJUTfnlion called fur 10 :uu. toilay ttarti'J to father tit thftt i Ihe first tii wake Mila AJoi. Alieu, pn'il- Ui'iit o( Uio Ijtiieral assocla- mid he was cJostlr follow til hy n-orps o' others, rant tiiid lile ol the jiarly. mid by si few minutes after 10 I hero were at least fHly In the Haget "That tlio rexolu'.Kms o? nil Dominion Liberal ffttes nt ttto last election, tuod iu Uie ebseuco any ccr.dhiites, then tlio ot the district taV.o place, nil nwmbt-ra of prcEont, and two delegates to te te- loctcd each federal and Lfheral Thli waa carried uuantmaualy, uud the wiraoAUeo al t fiall, uud 10.KO there wore a Itua- in tup ol any question com- and tlic jirovint-Jal jn? up tliero was any divlalon iiet ministers, amongst whom ivcre n watl jigrepJ to appoint tea voting lion. Dune in Marshall, Hon. A. G. delegates 0; IUB an ,.rUirfPU.S ot dciuwrary. eld .lot- (hcm >VC .OVO lh, ,jEht ,.rujsl.ri Oliver's Rssolulion ,Ul> KOuld bcc'Osnc tiic cliir-J lloii. tVuuk Oliver ut iu anv W2ri or future, ii'nviuK tbe resolution exprt-fsinu lit- (uijnivpd a from ll.i in Liberal auU In the ]m 0, was Iwderflilp o( Sir Wilfrid I.amior. intlteMivc. llrit- salJ after tin- iinitili-ms of war. jsl) alu.mion ,s-e noiv fuafroatt-J by tlic auj lems of The com'emlo. conauornl by tbt mine- assembled to deal with iirollems uloiiK Mbtra! Hues. Ho htcd by lijc .VI'. 1'. mad" jiorUut f EJIK- a loLid went lor ju-t to Mimx the jungle kingi arrived a re- AUHIU-A i.! W. ('rrilfulJ.! and howled sa AT THE MAJKSTIC. OF THE WORLD" On i-ori- Utfi! iinui day. When Mr. (IriltitU was f l.y the its ?a.vory on sit tt-ords. There is a ivnilrney of 1 ilia-credited In own tmmiiy. The Uittumt lhc people to follow ninny leads, imd uuaslan which had cm.- of lug Uie National AiitAciu, anil tins looMog lo tlift but ralher to the ;vfl cau Bhow that (ju. factoia luriucnuiis O-ruuui nival was so lioanily dune that U set-iued future, the premier dedartrt liie (dace will uuract uii: public, it is no expansion and had iyfliu'iu-cil by that such ns was rvuucrort OT Liberal party in future events I to try ullti nis was, lie ilc- it aUo as :m tfttvtivi- tluallng with the separation Can- vvas In tlio van. He ticued thai tHc'cjarcj ikat upplied to jorco, and the Austro-IluUKiiriiiu nstvy from England was not lupr-Hy resolutions would he tlm'.K-.' DIC governmfciu ot Canada would tlrapj'ied out ot the Thtljasls uuiencd, if it were true. i and in tlie interests of the people of1 the best results. U it. iy said lo jnc naval policy ot all [itiw'rrs Great ISSUCL I Canada. Declaring that we c-aimot J IJL. discreditable lo believe in Liberal tiiclr truancy. A. r. bi-J Ifix'viaysly litfii working Jin- a.- ruuijitlun liiat (lie ifccfia1 iiad ijc-en by Tho hoys b'.-torc a juvonilo court. .Mr. Lamb in miiiie- hrndiuK a sii'l '-'IP ciiy yes- I'-nlay who has htc-u uciivtr in foolinj! ]UPrchants luU'ly. Her ij to walk ituo a grue-t-ry store v.itli a wrii- list ot proi-orifs, thtui tn u certain number anil at UK: j-mnt time order a box of i-UoL-oliites which .she would say woviltl lake her. whole- would and lUf groceries ileHvcrefl would If found to huve been drjercil by tho ut Hie house in (juis- tiim. Slie too will dcali with iis a delinquent child. riteiiosal. O.tvkl tl> aikOwu at StarUud 1'riday an .Mr. OriffiErt by ilic- hand HatvirLiay. a bi-oud tiiems treate wlic'ii ihc- lull (if ih- iinil Kfi-uch aiiilujriiu-s ut his di'iiosal. O.tvkl GcorKe and r'aid: "Vuu do tiiU to si-1 humanity. Tin- j-Jca c-f your story in a uu'asago to rivtltzaiJon thai ui'i b'.v vain. iii.-t to prpiJici rhai odor. "The WK- en be ayoil lonight. Win. S. Han is a i to J j fin-, .ititisive, poiverlul and icil J forceful. That vrhy Tortures arti iiisiiiiUe sutTtii are. His "atesl -ay. -Seltish Yntts." which U :eil a Nig, uroail ift-iy. The patrons who sot) thi.'. JittcsE jjicfure, ivill iliat .Mr. Hurt has rr-ver done a boi- tiling than this, and. like all Uln 'u I luctures, I; teaches a splendid moral iiavi? in.-t to prpiJiei rhai .......V cojiiplf-K-d your labor.--, yon V, HTtniut-f-'! -i iiiasterijW'e -vlrch i t'loie is roygn p-ay, carry :v' aU the lover ot a Hart Alexander Allen. of the bavc upheaval t wo c-annoi bi' discreditable to iwlievc in Liberal 'jronght about principles, then what must be saiil ol Ijberal open- Uy militarism without democracy liu-1 IUR intn who died for the Jag tlio ooii vent ion, said iliat great i UK'threatened, ho pleaded for drastic I prineiplea ot Belgium, France Issues that confronted Canada today resolutions. The peojile are could only Lc solved Uy pelting in organlziilions Svpre pHssing resolu- The f Crittttsm liacj Iteon made, ynd reprosinUfng as hu did the some Raying that tlic convention licfin called too early and, mliers that it was laic. Hut it was no matter vhut they thought or rtld, or what tlie con- vention thought or diil. there is some- j tiling beyond it all, ami that was tlio vast Dominion am! interests ot Uie people. The iietty things not fanning anil laboring he? anxious that men shonUl nave full and hearty support ;ind should he drawn away from Liberal jtarty. Drastic Resolutions "I have said on many occasions lb.ul il !a not the business of iircmiers tu interfere with tlio work of tbe Un- resolution lier llu-n rf-ad the foH which WHK T.orth bothering about, but, they were minion Kovernment, but ratlier to Interested tn Uie (irincliile that dominated the Liberal p.irt of Can- nla. In all to the convention, lie urged ihcni to .'quit themselves like men ami women, 1hcir actions might ho such thai tlieir ciifldrcu ivoulil not he ashamed of. Hon. A. G. MAckay Hon. 'A. G. Machay, mhiistcr imbllc hciiith. commenting on what he hcHcvcil to be the largest, strong est and most intelligent, convention he ]iad ever attended, moved tho fol- lowing resolution: mously and 'With cheers: The Rewlution "Whereas, t the Liberals of Alberta hive met tn convention for the purpose of declaring their belief their principles of Liberalism of iJis- ending tlit; jipplJcation of those lo the many new problems now thus (hanged and those anil EuliuinSstratQrB who arc now re- srwasiblc for directluK the naval af- fairs ot ell countries feel preai uncertainty must attoml everything (hc-y in preparing shipbuilding ]iro-: grauiints and buiMius of war." The problem is more especially serious for Kuglaud, France and ttufy thoae naval fortes -which they "uAvc specially planned and built have vanished altogether. What, in the future, will be the siandards of strength, ami the Jan. Hint the Dominion government not procfced against persons charged with seilitioii under the- War Measures Act gained credence today when M. Cbur- itonniT, oditor of the Working People, Kutliuuiau paper, wns Kranted i AT THE COLONIAL. lly far the lies', picture b'rllfur tJic ''.s'trc-ic end iu town ivill be the screeti- iiifc at tho on Friday and Sat- j unlay of "1'ltf. wbicli none less a .star than S. Hart is fcsl- urcd. J Disciple" i> Uip HiJ! Hart's [Wasost ptt-turc. It siiou's Inii7 ill mi en-j jiirely new cuariK-ier, of a fight- Hart SUM dnen light too, lie claims to liavo done! erit strapping in "The I The showing at the Colonial on Friday Uiml Saturday of "The Disciple" is' I eagerly uwailrd by all of Dill IfariVj fol lowers. I OIL tbe same bill will be shown the 1 Kreatest two reel comedy every made, There is nothing and much to gain tho 'is of world of film IieU'. but having (o face great prob- lems, and while I do not want to nose as -a pesElmibl. I say that elastic reeo- ..Whereag, Caiiaaa ia a lutlcns must bo passed. Down ut Ot- Yftst cxtcm_ itlteroBla aml un. lawa they seem depressed, because boutldcd res0nrce.s. containing within controntiue tbe cowulrv. mul lo or-) bunding prograinmcB wlikh must be" yf proceedings in tiie police that these principles miiy-thc fruit of Uefinite and ascertaineil prevail in the forthcoming general] policy? elections, and Wliat classes of warsMi on ;i I'linj-gf1 t'f setliiioii, FroL'tetiiLissi stayed on histructions from tiict g genera pocy i t say o be hullt nntl what will he their char- j Department ol justice, K. II. Cr country ot'nctcvisUts? President AVilpon, In his cvown pro-iceutor, announced. the change, but no gooJ is done tlie eic'meuts Or national probably expresseil ihe general Annual Message to read just before IIP left for by slump clown anil taking no au- greatness, but unless there is unity of Unc 0> ,iavai Uon." The Tariff Continuing. Premier Ktcwart ile be. toak that he looked for a drastic lion on the tariff. During the purposu amongst her varied interests it griintctl program, i her extent and resources tend to Whith was nnilerUiVen he fore the Uii- aid 'ness and siasnation instead of strength slatD5 entered the war, would be KNOX CHURCH TUESDAY January 21 Admission UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE CHOIK. Tickets May Be Obtained from Members of the Choir. (progress, and "Whereas, Uus convention thai there must be national the 1 strength or there cannot by national have! that there must be unity more 'Hlo-'cr there cannot he strength gltltnate hurduns. We'have been told tlie foundation of unity is the assur- tbU the M-ept IB insane on this nucs-'ance to each citizen that he u-lll be Uon, but the bunleu must be re-1 L'rotcctcd io his riglil. and the first of fciaie ponrj they Irad axid nothing, but. nlong all tlioy "could. Now is linio to tell Ottawa must tarltC relict, anil carry moved." carried cub H covers a period of three years, and is in accordance with national policy, im-siirctivo ol the war, and lie earnestly recommi'inls that it shall be uninterruiitedly pur- sued, lie said it would lie unwise to n-ljust a urogram lo a future world pal- icv as vet umletenninr-d. Kvcry marl- i will not Division in Ranks Ing to the division in :5n: tbn guarantee of i y be abandoned. The big war- tlie "I want lo'eay as one desperately Jti-j torestcd In Liberalism, I God for differences of opfnioti in the past anil thank Cod for differences in Ifie future. H will help to hind them together in stronger bonds." The pre- mler believed lhat the propaganda that had been carried on against Ihe was most danger- ous, and that the Time Elections Act rcsponaihle for another hea- then state of affairs. Ho gave credit to the old chieftain, Sir Wilfrid, for keeping the old province of Quebec. Xo one -wants to see surti questions rampant. Upon Ihe actions ot tlio coiivontion depeiuled a good