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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, HUH THE t.F.TimRIDGF. ITFJULD PAC.F. ELEV1S> (CoiLihiui'd From Kroni Page.) officially eliewhere in this issue. Early Thurtday morning word was received by Iha entertainment committee that His Royal High would be pleased to accept Invitation of the Veterans io aUen4 their 6moker at 9 o'clock In the Veterans' Club. Following the It Is un- officially announced. a public in- formal reception will be held at Ihe nets room of the R.N.W.M.P. io which His Royal Highness has been Invited to land hi9 presence, At the close of the public func- tions the Prince will go back to the royal train which will leave al Tildnlght for Medicine Hat which be reached at 8 o'clock Fri- day morning. Calendar of the Prince's Visit TO BE INVESTED WITH UECOHAT10NS WON IN HATTLE Lanee-Corp. Gordon Fleber. bisilnguislicd Conduct Medal. Can. Infantry. I.nncc Corp. anil Corp. W. j. Combes. Mlliun- Medal anil (Jar. Sth Un. Can. Infantry. Ptc- K- J. Bcdfik-r 51 Hi- lary .Modal. Solh Bu. Can. Infantry. 41'41-W I'lc. anil J. K. Davidson. Mcnaj. 50 tb Altn. Uet'l. Sis- K. ChBjiliu. Mili- tary Medal. JJaiiery, C.P.A. Gunner MHi- hivy Modal. 39lh Battery. C.K.-.V Sgi. C. r. Wrtty. .Military .Medal, filsl Uattcrr, C.F.A. 4'iWl IHe. U. K. Wilson. .Mili- tary Medal. 31st Alia. UCRU 1CKU2S A- J. K. Walsh. Dis- linKUishcd Conduct Medal. ran. R. T. 2507 IHc. Acliug Corn. .1. McDonald. Military Mctlal. Rest- 160059 Sfel- Conine. Military .Mortal. 1st Can. 'Machine Gun Co. LlcuL Stanley Skcnc. Military Cross Deceased; rccipltin. Mrs. Skcnc. Car.t. -M. Harris. Military Cross. Donald .MuKlllop. -Mili- tary Cross. a fit SOlli of royal train at C.P.H- depot. 4.30 to of the Prince at the depot by the recep- tion committee. Firing of royal salute of 21 to Proceed to Board Trade Building. Reading of the civic address and reply to the same by the Prince. 5.00 to cchool chil- dren's welcome on Gait Gardens. 5.10 to Proceed to the grounds of the Mounted Police bar- racks. 5.20 to Visit to Ihe Indian encampment on the practice ground of the R.N.W.M.P. along 6th Ave. S. Presentation of decorations to veterans and Inspection of veter- ans. 6.40 to of Boy Scouts. 7.00 Io Reception of next- of-kln of those who have falfen In the war. His Royal Highness will attend the Great War Veterans' smoker at the Club. Hie Royal Highness has alao been Invited to attend an informal public reception at the R.N.W.M.P. b? tracks mess room from 10 o'clock en. Should Be Destroyed al 'Another Conservative Sues U. F. 0. Lender ST. THOMAS, Onl.r pel. lion, K. CJ. McJJiarmur'was -nominated by- the Conservatives of Wesl Elgin yesterday ho declared that ihe United I'armert' movement was n lhat should Lc destroyed ;it once. The far-mars had been IlladviFcd and ho urged any farmers present to realize liic-ir mistake. "I am rt farmer." he dcdarctl, "and 1 uppt'fil to you as fanners." U. F. O, PRESIDENT SUED FOR SLANDER TORONTO, Oct. J. I. llarll, M. I'- i1. for East Simroe, has issued M. writ against n. H. llalbcrl. president of thr United Farmers, claiming damage. He nllcBCa lhat the defendant on 14, at a mccttnK nt Uar- rfc, "recklessly, falsely and malicious- ly'1 charged llorti with having said al a meeting in North Day lhat "farir.; prs -vero like a, lol of hogs feeding at a trough ami after they arc all foil. OTTAWA. Ocl. 2.-Sir Hubert Eor- den vas able to luiciul (lie Unionist aucus this morning. Ttie caucus, winch commonccil its de-lib era Lions after JO o'clock, was lurgely attended by both Conscrvp.tivc-l'nion- isi.s and Ijiberal-rniouistd and its dc- i liberations are likely io Usl for three (hours, ivlicti it is expected an official j will be given out. Sir' 1 Roliurt was grteted uiih cheers when He entered llic? railway committee j room of the where Ihc galliurjug being litld. It was 110- ilccahlc llial Ihe iirimu minister, wlio has been Fuffering from rheumatism, i as well as from-Ihe effects of ovcr- ]strain, walks wllli considerable difli- culty. Harmonious Meeting OTTAWA, Oct. Unionist icauniF. which convened shortly utter 110 o'clock this morning, lirokc up at ahoul an hour earlier than was expected. Sir Rolicrt Burden was able lo at- i lend. In Ihc absence of. J: E. Arm- j ilroiiK. uf Kasi Lumbton. wuo usually I presides over government gaLhcrines i of Ivfiul.. Ihc chair was Ilunio member fur London. When Mm caucus adjourned, Sir I lloberl Horden slateJ io the Canadian i Pro33 that the had been of Icitrcmely hannonioua nature. He an- nounced that later in Hie day a formal statement would bo He could not n Kike a statement ul (lie time, he said, because he had to attend a meeting of council. tiorcrnnifMiL who atlcnrt- cd tlie cAurus. agreed with the prem- ier's alalpinent, thai the gathering hnrt Lenn It is learned lhat Sir Hotcrt Bor- dcn made a more or 'cf-s comprehen- sive announcenicnt as lo Ihc BOTprn" mcnt policy ami that, hi? remarks were greeted with lite members preienl, The premier, it is under- stood, dealt p.irliruliirly with Ihc nec- essity of the Rovernmenl and the coun- try bending all Us energies to the sol- ution of aCter-thc-uar problems. Subsequent to the t-ancu? Sir Rob ert slated lhat he was feeling Letter, but it was apparent that his attend- ance a Ihc caucus luul been a crable strain tintl LliiLl be is ID nccil ol a complete AL Ihe close of the caucus cheers were given for Ihc premier and the members sung "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow." While definite statements can not safely he' made licforc Ihc issuance j of the official iiiiiiounecnieut, it un- eiill EducalliiR lor more." Me naka foi ;ui iiijunr.Uon lo rcatrflln Halbcrt from repealing the statement. MASON NAMED BY NORTH PERTH TORIES OnL. Oct. J. prescient of the Olobct Wcr- nidic i.'ompsny of Stratford, VA9 nom- inatctl by Ihe Conscrvalitfta nl North at a convention at Mhverton yesterday to conical (he riding for the icRfHalure. This makes a thrrtvror- nercd toiitcsl wjlli W. F. liny. siLLIng I.lbcrtl ,member, and W. A. Amos, liomlncc of Ihc United Farmers. YOHIIRS, M.C., whose name hRA hnftn presented to the ron- venlloil, declined lo run as hr wad noi j altogellirr in sympainy TV-Ill; llif Uear.ii eovernnienl's polk-j- "1i 'cmporaiice question. WORK fa, It took 1C dcr.itood Ihnl the matter in Ihe direc- tion of effecting Uic organization of a permanent Unionist parly and organ- ization is lively to remain in abeyance for tlic present. than "0 mlnijteu yesterday lu Irj' anil jcnlcncc tfoin lift lo in slate firlso'ri, Jame.i WhiMngs, HIP. negro for a. [ibsse ?oarchcd IromlasL Monday bcc-ai e'o( an nt- There Complicated as of Italy's Troubles Willi PAIUJJ. Oct. situation in Hungary, upon which depends Ihe tuck hear .Merchant lie on woman. wife, of a shipyard wortcr. i1 OF-'BOUSASSA'S RETIREMENT IS FICTION i of a ream with lhat conn-1 Iry, Is much uvrrfilwclowed by Hie. Kiunie complications since Ihc 11 a1.- i Inns arc fjnilc nnR-ilfing In take smy faction which might he offensive to I I llnmania nnd a large portion of I I French offtalnUlnni fs apparently aup-[ porlfng the Italians in this inaction.! An a rrsull, the ami Uniletl SlBlfis mrmbcr.' of Ihc miprcnio coun- cil arc the only ones wlio urc Insist- ing lhat must hFirass- Infi Htingnry so tlint a povern- IJG.c.stabllatird wlili which peace can be negotiated. There is grave doubt K-hrlncr cer- tain powers ,nre making .any nUcinpl fo onrorcc Iho blockade on Itninftnln. hiifl (hcfr officlnla (n Ihc Ualkans arc TORONTO, Oct. :.-Purc flc- lion U reply of Lc bcv'o'p. MonlrcaT, to. n jjpPTidAiicb card re col veil by Ihc Toronto" Star yeslcrday fi clipping of e, dlapntcii appearing (n Ihe Sirif Monrtny declaring lliat Ottawa Tiad a re- porl lhat Iltnri Unuraas.i ahonl to retire lo ;i rnonna'.ery, 'I'ltlic llnlknns and tbo fnnipTetfon cf >iith Ihc nltlmntc purpcsc of v the will he long cnUring (he priesthood. apparently nmking little carry DHL llieir lilfitniclions. At (his rate rcsloraCun or o cftorl lo O and tlla r.onrhlAion ut [jcare ronrcrciu'u may rward, CANAD sacrifice, Canada has gained the respect and admira-" tion of all' people. The years of -War that deprived Canada of so many of her bravest sons, have given her greater self-reliance and wider vision. The world has come to expect great things of Canada. Our army has set .us the highest and to. succeed. Canada has the fundamentals of success strong, virile men, reso- lute and devoted women, and unbounded resources. In the readjust- ment of Canada's affairs, as in the affairs of the world, money plays leading part. The transition from War to Peace is long, tedious, costly; it takes money, time and effort to beat swords into plowshares. Men cannot' drop their arms and return immediately to their former occupations.' War has left Canada a heritage of obligations. War has left the to face with .problems that are new and gigantic. Money is required to discharge these obligations and to solve these problems. Canada therefore is about to ask 'her citizens once more to lend their money to enable her to fulfil her obligations to her soldiers and tp: maintain the country in prosperity. :v .'v- Canada can, if Canada will; march straight on to her glorious.destiny. ICTORY LOAN luuiJ It) CmtJt'i fiiltrf Lux Cmmilui milk iki Miiiilllr if FintnU tf Diminitn ff Cntia ;