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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta IKIUtllEU. UtTHBHUXiat, AJLMKflTA. ('THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1919 ER 217 AND SOUIHERN AlBERTA EXTEND HEARTY WECOME TO H.R.H., PRINCE OF WALES Negotiations In Railway Strike Reopened Today Thai al Least is Hope of .Leader Thomas Who Arranged Con- ierence Wtih Premier Lloyd George and Other Cab inet Declare They Are Anxious Not to Prolong Strike Which is Becoming More Dangerous Every Hour. LONDON, Octi that some means might be found for reaching an'understanding rejative to the railroad; strike was expressed in. a statement issued-this moping by; f.'H. Thomas, secetaiy of the National Union of Railwaymen, qefore going to I he conference with Premier Lloyd George: and other members of the that statement said, negotiations will be resumed. Anything that, may hamper or prejudice it, or render it more difficult to find a bridge'lo the situation which is becoming more dangerous every' hour must he avoided at all costs. -We are not strik- ing for sinking's sake and we will'nol prolong the struggle an hour, more than can be avoided. I hope to go down to Downing street to give effect to ihe same .spirit in which 1 am now speaking." VvAt'.'l o'clock a' labor began a confer- ence with Premier Lloyd George, and other' 'cabinet- minist- of the railroad men; wre7merriLersr6f'the ROYAL VISITOR WONT-PAY WAGES, NEW VORK .WCLCOME8 KING ALBERT, BELGIUM _____i.VOct. Albert of. Belgium, Queen. KHz- abelh and .Prince re- cejvcd a noisy welcome to New York.when "aroused at.dawn by lhet firing of salutes and tlie' blowing of wlilslles' steamed past ihe outer'.ha'rbor v fortifications.-' J -LONDON, pet win important railroad yaattrday, according to the :UMi-Mmi liFIWrtl 'KM- aJ-piflJrtil Wai nan'' diiit 'vtrtkefti' for Ihe'ir laat-wtek'a work "will net bo paid because tha men quit petta without notke. OUTLOOK FOR SETTLEMENT BRICHT LONDO'N, oct. of optlmlam awept through" bofh offi- and tradn unloniat circles to- of'the negotlatlona for an adjustment of the'atrlke which.were retumed.thlt morning. Premier Lloyd. George j war BUally engaged at an eariy hour djacunlng the situation with hit. Sir Eric; Geddet- -and Sir Robert minister ef'trantport and minister of labor, respectively, although he had been at work middle of Ihe night At the headquartera of the Na- ticnal Union of Railwaymen there activity an'd the opln- Ton 'seemed to prevail that the "..outlook .for a settlement wai 'bright, NO-PROWESS AT THE CONFERENCE _ .The "Central News Bureau sent out ROME. in Item In which IL declared Hie In a letter-addressed to his con- pectfl.iforj-the 'Immediate settlement'siliuenls, declares'the pn.senl lit (he strike were exceedingly emergency Ibere is ili'e "utmost nccrs- ful. Nothing occurred today of re-esttbilsKin'r rii'iclplliio in fere smooth progress of the the army and'ending domestic con conference-and Ihc belief was conll- filets, yllc asierls Ihal "all Italians iiently expressed in antborllative quar- arcr animated by patvlctlc lers tliat Ihe men would agree lo r'e-Upjrjt, Iheir only divergencies being open (bOinesollalions on Ihe lo methods followed in Vnniag- tlons stipulated by Premier Lloyd affairs." (Jeorge.7 From railwaymen Ihcre came! r'-.u I ri ihortly before B o'clock a statement) it Ulj ihn Kn- a of tbe of .Kallwaymen of jlie Transport 7I.H.TI. .ll'c hail ilice, Princo of Wales! Thrice welcome lo our iVo words our loyc express; ll'c only clasp thy Wchail thce. Prince and ndaacd threatjhout our only-lope thce And 'clasp agaiii'fliy.liarij. Lclhoridfje, 1919. Macleod Citizens Braved Elements To Greet Prince Formal Reception Took Place at Depot Where Civic Address and Reply Were Veterans of Town and District Acclaim Loyalty and Are .Inspected by His Royal Highness, Who SperTds Afternoon'Golfing While Staff Shoots. (Special to The Herald) MACLEOD, pet formal functions In connection with tha visit of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales lo Macleod took place at the station this morning. The Royal train arrived at 9 a.m. The morn- Ing was cold and wet, but In of the discomfort, altogether several hundred of the citizens of Macleod had turned out to welcome the Prince. The Pjegan Indlani swelled the crowd and lent a note of color to the -MANY SOLD'IERS'WERE IN EVIDENCE A notable feature large number of In proportion to) the population drawn up to.ulute the Prince, who Inspected the Midlers before going, out to lunch and with Mr. D. J, Campbell of Macleod. In hie response to the addreii of welcome re id by Mayor Faweett, the Prince said: "It Is a great pleasure to me to be able to visit Macleod, and I much appreciate your cordial greetings. I am enjoying my visit to Canada intensely and you may be well assured that I will feonteJ to Canada in the future AS often as I can- "I thank you for your warm expression of loyalty te; my farther" tha King.. Macleod proved Its devotion to throne and Empire well during the Great War and I congratulate you on your splendid'services, "Will you please convey lo all the citizens of Macleod my best wishes fortheir prosperity and happiness." t This, afternoon while His Royal Highness Is enjoying a af.ootf, with probably an hour's duck shooting before leaving, Ad ml raj Hatsey, Col. Henderson of hi a suite are enjoying a chicken shoot arranged by the' members of the Macleod-Gun Club. The Royal Trajn-wlll arrive In LethbrJdge 4.30 standard time. I Declares All Are Ani- mated By tome Patriotic Firing of Salute Mil Be Signal For Enthusiastic Outburst of Loijal Thousands Cincinnati Takes Chicago Cincinnati i 000 000 2 000 301 4 H. 10 4 WOjiams and Schalk SaUee and Rariden. CeXNTJNIJElS PAGB THinTEBN) Lelhbridge is In gala attire to- day to welcome, for the first time In Its history, the heir to the Brit- ish throne. are building; are gayly decorated.and the downtown streets are filled with people" during the afternoon welcome His Royal High- ness, as .he steps from the foyaj train which 'is from Macleod where he spent the noon hours. Despite the rain of Wednesday night with the cold wave which came along with ft, the people of the-city and the crowds from outltdc points who braved the ;.elementB to be here to pay hom- to the bonny Prince, m'ade the most of the holiday afternoon and the lime approached for the to reach thr C.P.R.Ndepot a mass of humanity packed The crowds were deter- Tniined {hat nothing should mar the ardor of their welcome, for the fame of His Royal Hlghnew.with ,his winsome smile and his demo- cratic wayi has been heralded from one end of the Dominion to thp other. v Every effort'Is being made not to curtail the program here. The arrival-of His Royal 'Highness at the depot to be marked by the firing; of the royal of 21 guns by the gun crew of artillery veterans'under command of Lieut. Fflmer. Following this (he 'pro- gram will i proceed 'as intimated (Continued, on Page 11) y Flume closed and sol- diers amlisailors will- leave-that port T. dent Ctt tbe rallwaymen's frui56r .Crul5er "The neRotlfifions arc not definllelr bnt ivc have no progress lo report." MakeTouro'fU.S. MEW YORK, Oct. 2.J-An IrtW dltpatch fwn Waah- Myi: TIM Prfnei Wain, who hi Canada, will come to In about a month for- a of three but he1 will not nwkt a (our United Miycr of Pltti- Informed by Chairman Porter iht public (cr- tlffn am rallaMy laid Mr. Parltr; -wiai H la the with of ftnrnmcnt thai the frtfiM tf-Walw, kpon leaving ilwutd rMtrf bvt Ihnc Wavhlnfton, rtturnlng M MAW Vaf% Ihanaflai fram' M aalhi far tunft and Omt i rail >i In comparlMil to quotas ofv latt year. Thll announcement war.', made from th% haidquarlen of the Victory Loan campaign for the aouth today by Capt. Robert Pear- un, vke-ehalrman for the.couih- ern campal9n, It wat announced that Sir Henry Drayton Will vitll the weit In two wceka lor the purpoae of delivering aVrlng the campaign. i Tor t i- O 4 Conference of Experis Held. Calgary to Undertake Re- vision in Final Rafificxtion to be Consid- Elections SIR EDWARD COOK, JOURNAIJ8T, DEAD Oct. Edword Ryiih Cook, ntll -recently dtreclo: CflM'HH entire will to make It affllMkM UMUCH Ira. FAI1IS, Ocl. Is Ihe iinnnlmolis op'nlort In government circles. hDVe thai -Ihfc' (roaly oJ pence wllh maoy will be. ratified (hla afternoon by the cha'mber'of dRpiilles, "rind N'ov. 5 the date .officially for Ihe holding of elections. .Cft-oparation on Finance PARIS, Ocl. conunll- (eo of-the charnbcr of deputies decided yesterday lo inlrodiicc, artur .the ffcaUpn.of Ihn. Ifeaty wllh a iCBOIiUlon liivltlns the government to negotlilo with Ihe allies wltli a !o cstabljsh'ng codperallre In Ihe BeUrcmcrit of financial nudsU' Nov. I'ARIfl, Is ported'that-the-sbTerniiient li which December 1 will be dsis Jor 6f aithorfly rA th ckambCTri ttrMvS mil Novemlwr.: ll ttw tor-'tn'fl tit to trtcete til The Civic Address of Welcome TO ins Itdvard A IbcrL Christian George A ndrew Patrick.David, Prince of Walet and Earl.'gf in Hie Peerage, of the 'United Kingdom; 'DnSm of Cornwall, in the Peerage of'Enyland; Duke of of .Cornel and Huron of Itcnfrem, in the Peerage ofocolland; r-. Lord of the hies anil Orcal Slcicard of Scotland, K.O., O.U.M.G., mc'j'Klc. May II.'Phase Your 'Hoyal Highness: You tire 'I' for tlic first tifnc the- 'once. "Grfai Jrtnd" now Great' Many .of .those 'here'today hai-c. sc'pti the hison roaming frc.cly.over the- site of Ihc Oily you visilinn, and arc the pioneers in its from tlic-ivild prairie lo a centre of one of the largest irrigated and dry farming, us well as coal mining districts in- our fair land. ll'c are hen to aite you'ieclconc and to attest, our loyally to Father, .jits .ifoff tlracious Majesty, the and to'Hit Household. 'fhi.s City is young in years, but it has been trtif. to ill tryfl'of Citiicitthip in life (trail Km fire of'which xt ara a'parl. aiid sent its SUM freely to the Great War, in ordcjf that the demo- cratic tthicli hare so strongly'enunciated! might continue tv'prcrail within the Umpire and spread their great bietfinf to all Iht pfoflfs the icidc world. H'c have carefully followed your record in the tixd fed proud of tlie I'rince, our I'rinec, who so gallantly, upheld'tht traditions of llis.llofise and-Country. In Hits sMcmvril' not offering your fulsome-compliments, but arc. rather gii-ing cf our our J'riim is t man and: did lli.i duty. hern, our appreciation of-your visit to which trill lie a pleasant memory lo'us all and become a part I, history antl District Khiclt ivc hope .art dt-stineiri a if a. larger part in tjtc Hrtli-ih' Kntpirc in the days Iff come. .ll'c dt-sirr. you lo yonrey Majrfly' the King, your. Mother, tier Mgsl Majtsti the (Juccn.oiir.alsolHtclotiaH'l lo Their 1'crsons iintl Jeep fell, wiska fdr Their We have the honour to lie, v; -_ i'oiir Jtoyal most obedient HAHMK, DONALD A.' ti ;