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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta I'lVlDAY. JANl'AUV 17, I'M TIII-: i.i-viiuwim.i PAGU' SI'.VFvX ill LIBERAL IEI (Spfcial Lo the lUraUl CALUAKY. Jau. feAture of tiio morning of tbe Alboila IJbi'ral fJunvcMitioii was ttm stlrrtni; ;ind address delivered U. MoihenveU, late minister of SpurlcuUuro under the Martin regiujt Sal Heginn. The lalo minlstfr took up in sjieorli tiio subjects of suuie o! the resolutions passed nl the I'onven- livss yo ;'.erday, noticcably the war clevllons ari nul the laud settle meat for soldiers, lie likened In Canada aj being Dt a dead wlton a uitlier way wonM .oi things going, lie Kind to that the Liberals assembled liad sent V'Kiu-tu a nil u CuUioltr. opinion from ihe convention to 1? (heir attilmlv toward Sir and thti uanie retired, an ovation thru car- rlrd tee. speaker away. Mr. Mother veil assured his listeners ihat he ex- peeled tg a Dominion election in 12 months lime. Ho propbcslel thai U j would one ol ihe most terrible eler- i j '.tons ever fought In this country. llWu fiiimol conceive" he said, "svhul the j government will do lo rclaln power." j i Denounces Election Act i ".___' I HP st-orel the war times e! l act us being the tuosl dastardly ot any I irlfks vet practised by tlie Tories, ami declared thai it it had, tieen used to t frgnrhisp ;n i for wpi'icn, sunke H tu j M-miA of I'onleriipi and lie I'laiiUcJ thai sMUfrneul s dt Him. J. A- V.1 alder dirt not Domain In it the spirit of tion, ami only meatii Ifaat lo atT-ijJt it would pul the yrovluce.i forever in hands the Dominion government, i The Soldlsr Settlement Srhtniw neided lo eminently prat-Ural. IL it not, then moii' harm than good would be dofco by it. Tlie government tryinjf in do i everything. H was not on Hie Me stt his face like u ftlot To Succeed You Must Save When your nerves are on edge and sleep out of the question ct or two' Orgamalions in I'. S. Prepare Act Tor i'resentation To Congress tilings moving in the Dealing brief I v with IJie resolution "1E} limit, (here was not a man in the j Jiiovri) br Frank Oliver on could not hnve been which ultirmeil the belief ol j Al the tost analysis all (ho Ihe convention In Liberal principle, j could have been put. into en- j in of Sir! U Y.-JIS hojiclcsa to Iry and i Wilfrid Laurfcr, liu said thm Liberals Hlghl It, ho dei-lars-l, for U too' bad a atronK opposition, and they j prodigious a must unify behind one leader. .Many Means Revolution depreciated tho lilea of up be-i Taxation without representation hail hind a French-Canadian, but he point- led to revolution, and Ihia wns M'liat out that the allies had not hcaitat-jtha act uu-aut. for lUmisamis trf for-j el (o line up behind Marshal Pnuh. cixn born Canadians had been laicil when (lie British army was fightftiK j bul had been disfranchised. Mr.' with (heir backs to (ho wall, anil Fot-h l Motlicrwelf, referring briefly to the to llvi! a life of ati uav tould mud thw strain of a Viaiy Kfiijfe. C'oart-eletie, or Vprcs, tut not J lite strain of living cu the bald blank in'alrte aloutf. In this conned i'j i Apcakfng (jutte Eeriouslj- lit? strongly iadvocated each man ului- on tlie inlerproviiittal conference of at Ottawa over Ihe iwturdl resourt'es. anil lie tame away 1 ut (ho It true l were tol't thai ihe DcntJfuwn govpru i IDfut agreed with tlu> principle, bu1 (bat as far aa they ayiic-aret able (o g'.i It was all a Jully and JOHN F. MILLER ALBERTA'S EYESIGHT SPECIALIST WILL BE AT DALLAS HOTEL Avail yourself of this opiiortuulty and have yours ami your i-inlij- cyfs corrected, Kcinctnbtfr tin- week from today. Friday and 24 and 25. HOME UNDERWOOD BLOCK, CALGARY. If you have had it and can't get back your strength; you do not eat well or use' Pri.ce for a Quart BotUe, Tlie frank Hedley Drug Go. PHONE 772 Josh, Impossible for Union IJoaling with rfM-o-islriulion. Sir. Mother wo! l considered it iciiiossiblo for iha tJniou lo with I ft. Tbere were many men j there, hut thty were different tem- puraiuecits. Ho concluded by referring to dilturt.', anil the burdens laiil upon it by the manufacturers. were afraid in have ihe tarifi" ie end Mr, admitted would bti hard to wean. The they sucXed, and were then 1 away, (lie louder ihey would b. i shoulil they ha afraid of corn- he asked. Canaiiiaua could line nj> with Hie best ol thu i world in war time, and why should they be afraid to do Ihe sami1 in I neace." j llfefory sitting dou-n, Mr. I askeil. tbcai to gel together purtlcular- i ly Liberals who hud flood for i the union government ni the lust dec- I lion, lie that the t !ioti5 that ]ia-l been passed bo not only j wired to Ottawa. Lut should fol- I lowed up by deputation, to parlhi- intnt liill. National Banks The opening nari of ihe session np v.'ith f, continuance oE the debate on the resolution introdurrd by JessR (lotigc, defeated eandluatc for Bow Valley in the last federal elec- tion. Mr. Uouge's resolution asked for a system of national hanks, and this morning. L. T. Uarclay of Edmonton, introduced an amendment asfctug that. Above things Canadians mubi learn thrift 10'day. Thrift impact saving systema- tically and so thai each succeed- ing day or week one belter off than before. This Bank will be glad to open a Savings Account for you. where eilher one or more persons may save- Call or for fuil information. CilH'.UiO, it ani Uiili agreed o11 to I 1C to I'll tor jiriV.vr in nuke for hi