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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta XtL LJiTHBlliUGK, ALBKKTA. 1'UIOAY, OCTOIiKIl 3, 1019 NUMBliR 218 LETHBRIDGE MET THE'PRINCE AND LOVE Royal Salule, Civic Address, Inspection of Veterans, Cadets, Boy Scouts and Girl Guides, Investiture of Winners of Military Honors, Indian Ceremony, Next-ot-Km Recep- tion, Veterans1 Smoker, Informal Public Reception and Dance, Served lo Endear Heir to Throne lo People of Lethbridge. A bayUh figure clad in a light tweed suit, wHh flaxen hair and a Winning smile thai radiated from his countenance, faced a mighty sen of humanity that filled Gait Gardens Thursday afternoon to meet and greet the Prince of whom everybody had heard eo much'In the visit he IE making to the Dominion. A huge cheer hailed his appearance aa he itood on the roof cf the Board of Trade building and p re EC n ted him- aelf to the gaie of people who hid met lo welcome him. It was a cate of love at fircl light In the Impression the young Prfnce made as he faced the great throng and he Immediately ingratiated himself with one and alt by what VJDI tomethlng In the of a magnetic personality which showed he wai Juit ai happy ID meet those who had comt out to greet him as they lo cee him. Princt and people met on a ground and wit not the tllghleit trace of artificiality In In this, hli Introduction to the people The Royal train arrived at the etitlon at 5 p.m. after an hour's run from Mactcod where the Prince boarded it freih from a (jame which he hod bcrn enjoying on the coif linVs. At the station at Macleod there viat a large crowd to bid him goodbye, and no icone'r had he stepped Into his car when the bell sounded and the train wao speeding off lo Lelhbrldgt where the "Prince was to receive welcome that high among those he had been receiving at the varjcut, points he visited on hft tour. Province to Get Natural Resources; No More Delays In Extending Irrigation (Special lo The Herald) OTTAWA, Oct. the two western provinces will get their natural resources by legislation to be passed at the nexl session may bn taken for granted. Consequent upon the transfer the province of Alberta will be in a posilioin to assume the whole responsibility for the extension of irrigation in the province. That the province is prepared to do so under such circumstances is admitted by Prem- ier Stewart, who with Hon. C. R. Mitchell, provincial treasurer ,is-here interviewing the government. The great objection put forward by tiie provincial government authorities against assuming financial responsibility for the extension of irrigation in Southern Alberta was that the Dominion government controlled the natural resources, which are source of credit. For several years now Alberta and Saskatchewan have been negotiating for the] transfer of the resources and it is only now that the proceedings have reached a stage where, it can be announced with a fair degree of certainty that the natural resources will be trans- ferred. Premier Stewart is quite hopeful that irrigation development can be proceeded with without any delay. At Lelhbridoe I The royal salule of tivonly-one guns' boomed His noyal Highness meeting the .reception committee. The ceremonies of presentation liere lasted "only, i few minutes nnd getting lulo. the car "which awaited him, lie at'the'Board of Trade Build- ing the ol the cily and sur- nvaillnE; IhB. flTrl- TBl, further' .in- vho were al the i'tnllon' (6 greet hlm._ 'VKaclng. Ui.Q'.young I'rlnce on the the youthful popu- lallon city represented by the flchool chllflren, who hroKc- out 'With "0 Canaila1' ivhen'hG had finished reading.his reply lo Ihe civic address presented by Mayor Hordlc. and when ttits ivfta over, the Prince htm- a popular hero for ever and ever Brilliant Young Left Hander Stood Redlegs on Their Heads, Letting Them Down With Three 1 lits and Without a Run Sox Get Breaks of the Now Stands Reds, Two; Sox, One. R. H. E. Cincinnati 000 031 Chicago............. 020 100 3 7 0 and Rariden; Kerr and Schalk. in Lho hearti and-minds of tbc chll-, dren when lio announced that, he had, llje mayor lo grant them a holiday, not a ball-holiday, but a whole holiday, aa he was careful to add. THe civic addrebH read by the mayor, the Prince-read lils reply', as follows: The Prince's Reply Mr. I .am genuinely touched by your cordial and unconventional aduresi and by your, much kindly refer- cncc to my oVn'BerrlceSrin great war. No one know's'lieUer no my'services ware bycom- the splendid nien who and .health in Iho common ea.uso. 1 congratulate the city of Lethbridgc on its contribution to the united British effort which fin- ally gave us victory, and I hope thai (Continued on Peie Four.) Other Labor Unions Now Attempt To Mediate In British Railway Strike LONDON, Oct. between th dilate pclitlona throughout thn cnlire dlnlrlrt to bring [uldillonal acres under iirlgation. "When Ihe nccois'aary .signatures liavo hecn secur- ed a nets' Irrigation dialrtrt will he formed. Tho men ivho have bcDii successful In the organisation of (he present Tab.T Irrigation the contractors on the field and the ditch work Hearing completion, are behind Ihc new rampaigu and will not relax their efforts tmlll the entire dls tricl Is under Irrigation. It Is expect- ed Mr. Peters will address a mass meeting on Thursday, 1G. to further consider Iho extension the Tabcr project. MANY AMERICANS CO.Ml NO OTTAWA, Ocl. ly more Americans Immigrat- ed Into Canada In the first eight months of 1919 Ihnn in the corre- sponding perloo last year, accord' fng lo official figures made pub- lic here today. Of the per- son who this Vtar crossed tbe border, more I dan half were farm- PRINCE PRESENTED WITH STRAWBERRIES PICKED ON OCT. 2 If His Royal Prince ol had any preconceived Idea that Southern Alberta had grown nothing this year owing lo the drouth, he probably had reaaon lo change hla. mind after being pre- sented ,liero with a four-pound oi-ihoat luscious strawberries pack-, ed In tho'r own rlo9 picked on Thursday morning from his own enrden by John Ham- ilton, who owns ono ol the tarma on the C.P.H. Hcartymado farm col- ony, IS miles cast of Ihc city. The fruit was llic everuear'ng variety and as fine in color, texture nnd flavor as any grown In the middle of the season. It remained for Iho CraUlnle d'slricl. to the roynl table willi fresh pick- ed In October. Dr. Sterling JlufUn, Mrs. Wilson's family physician, who participated in yesterday's with Dr. F. X. Deccum, of Philadelphia.- The president'slept some last night, With him is .a trained nurao who ]s _ ___r assisting Mrs. Wilson In caring for cccond, Evans tho patient, hag no temperature and his heart action Is It was a aid at Ihc White House j Mrs. William'G. McAdoq and Mrs. fYanc'a Say re, daughters of the prcsl- dent, ero on to Washing- ;lon. It waa Eftld that while members of iho family.had not been summoned lo Mrs. McAdoo and Mrs. Sayre bad expressed a desire to come. Miss .Margaret Wilson, the Ihtrd daughter, Is now In Washington. Condition "Grave" I PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct. Dr. Francis X. Dcrcum, of Ih's city, notcrl neuraloglst, who CTamlned President as si ronsulting phyafclan, sol'l on balls, off Fither 2, off Kerr 1; hits, stealr nisberg hurricrt hack lo off Fisher 7 In 7 innings, off Luque, om- "'sberg was none in one inning; slruck" out, by rorced when >lshcr look Kerr 4 (Groh, Duncan, Neale, Dau- allcl thrcw lo Oroh- wcnj by one secoud Kerr to firal. Lleljolr pitchsr. Fisher; umpires: Quigley speared Liebold 3 drive ami hind plale; Nallin at first, Rigler. at i U'reiv him out at first. it third. Tims o) name Two runs. Two hks. One error. (Continued on Page 12) Session Over Next Week; urv i ft Dry Legislation is Lett Ark Ocl. mili- tary control established at Elaine, 18 miles south o[ tills city, renlro of the negro dholders for 43 hours have thrown Helena and Vhllllps county In turmoil, other villages wbero Iht! negro population predom- llic Insk of pacifying was de- rlarcd well inirter ivay today. Two negroes ivho failed to obey R command 'of a mllllafy- patrol early today -were fired on by Iho soldiers ncnr Elnlnc nnd killed ami another ts'A3 woimtfcd, A fourth member cf llig party was arrested. icuraloglst, wfto CTnmliieu rresiuenti tVilspn as a consulting phyafclan, saM I rnnRfl I I PllTHW II .oday I hat "tbc president's condlllnn LlfUhl Al i-M I U V M V g grtvvo, but lhat he Is cf a cheerful V M 1 1 1 lv irame of mind." UllMU U. LIU II I I, i After spending nn hour tint! a half at the president's bedsldo Dr. Her- cum last nlghl, mere- ly confirmed Dr. Orayson's tlfagnosls, made previously, and found tlic presi- dent very much In need of a lie Is very cheerful and takes nn Interest In what Is going on. Tills Is nn en- courflglng Indication." Mr, Wilson, according lo Dr. Dor cumr realizes that lie Is a sick man and 1.4 making an effort to cease chaf- ing under llic reelrnlrU vrhtcli forces him to" relinquish temporarily the helm of the. administration, Condition Unchanged Oct. pres- ident's condition is (Irayson's liullclin Issued at p. m, aalif, Dr. praysoi talked with Dr. P. X. Uercum.ytie noted neurologist of Phil- adelphia over the long distance Iclc- phone this morning and will keep in constant touch vlthmm. Dr. Jler- will, como.lo Washington from lima lo tirou-ftA Ur sligblly chechctil and IL maken a sob- btng-3lkc nolso Lhnl can" bo hoard.for, miles. fTfic lava, so -far b.'ia biillL fc-1 capo 'A Quarter of a mllo acawsri ;