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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ...SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23.1918 THE DAILY 11ERA.U) Liberated by i'AUfc TiiirVl'Ki W. F. Nickle Says It Would He Unfortunate to End Union At I'rcscnt N'ov. rniojiisL member uMreaEeil a letter lo Close, fecietiiiy ot llio com- plimentary dinner roiniiinlee. explain, ing why he decilliiiil to attend a dinner KINGSTON, Onl Nlcble, K.C., M.I1, (or KtriKBfon, ivhictl that committee arranged for If lhe> political condlirjii' list now regard lo the main- tenance in a government rep- both of tin- political Bliould not cojilinue. "The problems o[ the war were great and experience demonritratcs that this country could only lie cmieil, If governed aatlsfactorlly, by a government reprMSullns all shades political opinion and It K not t-) disputed thai Hie of rn.iii- Btructlon including in tula term do- nigbllltallon, will be so complex and far reaching thai it will be efserttlol that as an v.e 'lorget past party differences ite disinterestedly for tlin imroosj of advancing Ihe licst interests ol ill'; people at large. Any al tempt to 01- KJiiliP. HE dlfllncl from party, Ihe Conservallvn party. of democracy, with an earn- estness ot purpose which would not fall lo make Itself Ml, in Ihe'national am! aspirations. Canada nlzcil anil would rc-pey her great In- debtedness (o the soldiers (or their splendid services aim me cllBtlnetloii which tholr achievements had brought lo the Dominion. Itoiilen Kays Host EfTorlK Will lie Made to Repay' Them IMMUNE FrtOM SEIZURE' Trcuton, N. 1 Nov. 23.--A private ly-owned in the sen-ice of tho government U immune trom necessarily Irritate those Liberals Xov 28 in Toronto in order to allovv B0 loyally supported the Union thc i.iberal-fiouservativc iiirly lo cele- unent last year and those the ending o! the war al the, house who now support it and will hu tl'C volin In tholr- tnlniia as (0 which Holers will bu :l'C guest o( tlie ove.nins. e. ralie In their mlniia suspicions as to the honesty ot purpose ortbat jest the ovenms. tne tionetty 01 purpose m uin-. Mr Nick'lo says In part: "Willie I of tho Unionist party formerly known appreciate; Jhe court.-sy ot being rem-jas Liberal-Conservatives, emuered and rejoice wllli you that the "When the lime comes that ihn Vn great wnr Is over, yet I do not concur' lonlst uarty can no longer comln'M, In your conclusion, iliat we must ex-1 then it will he lime entmub to consider nect an end, at any lime, to Ihe should be taken for orsan- i] truce which exists at present. izing into groups, those who may then "In my Judgment it v.-lll be most mi-'hold different points of view." Itoserlc, which, while in the eenke of the llrllfsn navy, ran down a lign- uion i.r belonging' to the McAllister cpa- AHJOII? opportunities specially obvious cern, in Now harlior. v.-as tiie cultivation of vast areas ofj untouflwl fertile sell. ACCOMPANIES FOCH Canadian soldiers comprised a very i 'important and enterprising element P.UtlK. Xov. Albert, of In the population. They would take Belgium will accompany Marshal Ijaclt to Canada a wide vision ol the foch when the alli'd generalissimo world's affairs ami a li'K-r conception makes of'lclal entry into StralB-. ol prosress based upon the best Ideals burg tomorrow. Residents of Saudemont, Prance, are glad to be released by the Canadians, after living in tho tillage with the Germans tor four yearj. French civilians released Canadians leaving1 for t village far froi.. Gctnnn shells and kult u after liviug >'ettrs Ocrmnu rule.. r, f. t.- 1 William Randolph Hearst. The from n GLORY ENOUGH FOR ALL1 four-column signed editorial, and are in harmony Xvllh th'e rest ot tho ar- .._ .f. .s jjcie jn'tbat it assumes for America all tho glory find arrogates to Ameri- ca the folo right to determine the con- ditions ot peace. And in so doing it impugns by cowardly Insinuatioh the motives of. our allies, who for nearly four .without us, stood in .the. pathway of destruction while they painted tun face of Europe crimson terms of peace) has neen uemmeiy with Ihelr blood nad blanketed It with Accepted. The allies have conceded I the corpses of .tbelr dead. 5 But ror them and their sacrifice r (Nevada) Tribune: United States has won this war ail incredibly