Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE FOUR LKTHBWDGF DAtT.T OCTOBER 3, 1919 letbbriboe Deualb Ictbbribgc, alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprietors THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED 326 6th Slrtet South. Lethfcridfle W. A. Buchinan. President and Managing Director John Tcrrance Business Manager j" TELEPHONES Business Office Editorial Office command ol tho First Divlslcn. U pretty generally KEOWH iha1. there WCM parlies la high places who were inclineil to question Sir IVjsl-is1 choice; bu! It was promptly and thoroughly vlnJic.iU'd 'oy the achlove- menia o( the corps under Ufuerul Currie'd command. ''GeneTM Currie took over from General IJyus aa army ibal WES "made." Us morale was. exlr.u'rdin- arilr high, due U tho native qujlUy of the its strict and it? remarkable achievements iti the campaign o! 1317. This superb army, under Geiu Carrie's coniiiisud never fell below ihe high I standard of achievement set by Yiuiy j I IliJge and on troui triiiiiiph to j tailing bad, never railing In an objective which they had THAT ROYAL IR1 DELAYED IN Members of Suite Slvot I'niirie Chii-ken of Ihe S.i as on First he would be to lake these to hia father. The CJiiof ami all pres- ent shook hands with Ilia Iloyal High- ness. The Prince thoii inspected the school rblMrOD, who sang (o heirl's content, and a Ilernid) had chcereJ Ilia Hoyal Highness, he Oct. Royal spoke to ihoru In hU owu sweet way. I lip hues s the Prince or has and returnc.1 to hi? car. At twelve Lome and pone and Maclcod highly nooa tbe Prince and Aiile were outor- wheo coming In contact with lighted lantern, severely burning bolu. Frank Coturc, Owen Sound, was ar- rested for manufacturing liquor with 11 per coat alcohol la It. Jas. Slaler lost two and bad his hand badly lacerated by a mincing machine IQ St. Catharines. J. Warwick. London" Is suing JUftl city [or for- Injuries received by lulling la a hole in ihe sidewalk. Owluff lo scarclly o! men on Iho An Indian brass oani) wa3 one of.roroe. roltco Uatron Klrkman was the attractions at Kiploy fall fair, 'oppoluled "desk at illocX Islaufl, 111. Miss Burk. daughter ol Sidney i v _i Cleveland man Ernt a" ol ccluent. v trousers lo be pressed with a 5 1-2 'karat diamond ring, valued at Ben. tiiierm was killed when struck in QUO of the pockets. AICKED UP IN SSING FOX TBK BUSY UAN Gculph has decided lo build n 000 artificial Ice rinfc. Sarnta. war veterans are asking Ottawa for some war troiihies. ot the honor ot enter- Member Audit Bureau of Circulations Subscription per weet .....t .15 Daily, delivered. year .....7.50 mall, per ye.ir 5.00 mail, per year 1.50 mall, per year lo U.S. S.M set ihemselves to never losing a gun. The-r became known alike :r- friends and foe? as shock, .troops of the first quality; and the part loey played ia the meraoraulo filial cam- paign of victory [5 m.ilched by the lair.his him from nine until 4.3C today. at one p.m. they all drove at lunch by Mr. D. J. Camp- S- Bau11 ale' by a C. P. H. train on a crossing at Thi> following is iho civic address was read by Mayor Fa w cell: To His Uoyai llkhnoss Kdwjrd Al- bert Christian George Andrew Pat- to the golf grounds, where Hla lloyal Highness with others ol his sulle play- ed two over the course, and enjoyed even" minute of the game fin- So many automobiles have been J Transcontinental alrplano race to I bo held under tho auspices of the '.T. S, army will brgln straullanconsly stolen trr Chatham that the city coun [at Mlncola, N. Y., and San Francisco, ell has offered a reward. net S i rick IlaviJ. Trinre of Wali-s. and Kirlo j isll, j ni 345 when they drove 'to' the ol Chester, in the Pocrage of the Un- 1 wlltilis lraln-al the and Ult for ited Khirilom; Duke cf Cornwall, in Lethbridge Bt five minutes to lour. lank of A woman al Milwaukee wenl cir through her housband'9 pockets Beck- record o( no otber corps in ihe Hilled i lhp Duke ot Rath-1 charing crowds who tbroDsed JLit0' Eon'G on ]ng hanilkercblcrs to wash, but found armies. The glory for this goes to Earle of Cnrrirk. and Baron every meuibtr ol the j Kcnfrcxr, in the Pierage ol Si arcn of the station ground? to see the end of icoLiaod; ihc of Hi5 Royal Hishneas arise. In tho iDeanti 'a pair of ladles' gloves. Sbo sued (or mo the counlrv- Divorce. THE PRINCE'S VISIT TO THE CITY. achieved his remarkable success he had nol bad extraordinary liuje, after a bitter struggle with tho Arthur Young, loot a load of those arch enemy cf our Empire which has enj0y their guns, across Ihe river a couple of hours, and relumed tics, backed strons character and ThePnnco has come aud soce. Ins arlns nature. Doy Ish lo the eilrerae. be gave evidence wherever he mingled with Ibe that he intensely human. His per- lonalliy has a distinct charm, and Ibis of manner will erer be mdenti- !Icd wllb the visit of tbe bolr ol the .irone to Lethbridge, Al the Veterans' club, tho Prince .mlered wholeheartedly Into Ibe spirit 3f comradesbip with the men. At the ..Bformal dance lo which be atter- Ri-ards wont he .was one ol the crowd, in Joy Ing himself- with- the I ho rough )oyish spirit which goes with healtlry routb. He pickedi bis partners aad ic picked his music lost as be chose iniJ he gave himself up Iboroughlj to tbe pleasure which went with tie "One-step." It is this liuman D a lore of the young Prince has glren him Ihe popu- larity he bas garnered. I( bis mission in his'Journey to Canada was lo brine the Tbrone ccarer to lie people be has mightily succeeded in so doing. Thursday, October 2nd. will be re- membered by the people of Lethbridge is a highly popular visit of a highly .popular Prince. The Prince lias stamped Ibe fact Iha. Royalty, as it Es constituted in the British Empire, la essentially a great Canadian who has done Ihe j devotion. trust Journey VDOie Of (he Royal parly enjoyed their Commonwealth good service and is f of your Tloyal Highness through this Tlsit (o Macleod, and Macleod people lumulUUii tilllU BWU aci i iu.c IILIU ja i j ir> ihB BfroriinnMo rpeird of will be without mishap, and enj0ycd ihelr visit, and Ihe school entitled to BllectioQate regard OL A lh the people o( the that you may again do us tne great ill long- remember tho visit (Continued From Front IN PRAISE OF 'CENEFIAL._CUHRIE. The name of Sir Arthur Currie in tils being in commend ot tbe Canadian Eipeditlonary Force haa become a hoaaehold word. He to rlsil Winnipeg and ia reference to tiis the Winnipeg- Free Press (has i peaks of him: "Winnipeg is to be visited during lie present week by Sir Arthur Csriie; Baa "its will doubt Jtss do honor, ID every way open to them, to this Canadian citizen to whom war has brought a great oppor- tunity Cor which he proved blmself all homes, which have suffered loss Till accept my sincerest sympatby- I can you, Jlr. JIayor, that I lave greatly enjoyed my visit to ihe rvesL. Tbe vigorous and' youthful ;pirit which has raiaej cities like Lethbridgo within a lifetime out of be vast and empty plains appeals to rae intensely, and I mean to be in lanafla Again as ofien as Lean. 1 tbanh you for your warm expres- sion of loyalty lo my falberT tbe King, and I should like to lhanfe all the cit-. zens ol Letbbridge'inoat. sincorel? iri ]Is name for the fine welcotnb which they have glren Tne. Lelhbridge, Octolwr 2. 1919. .Meets School Children Immediately followlog bis reply the children passing in along in front of Trade Bulldlbg and greeted tbe school chidlren passing in along ia front of them. From thU be went on to the west entrance- of the gardens -where Henderson at honor of risillug us. We would be of lne prince of Wales on October 3, well pleased H your Royal Highness uroulrt convoy to your August Sire our declaration of unswerving loyalty to His person, to the Crown and lo Ibe Great Empire of which we are very fortunate and prou3 to form a part, a loyalty and devotion which will be continued to your Royal Highness should it be God's will that yon one day become our Gracious Sovereign. Rairn-aymen had la.led. Itiat have the honor to be. Sir, Vour situation Js grave is generally ndmll- WhyBuy.tke Mason Risen 1 SIMPLY because thore li none better, while It you pay a bleher pries It's NvaBled money. Our method ot selling; "from factory to homo" U only possible because ot our [tnmeuse- output. .Mason HIscli his beoc built In Canada lor over 50 years and every Instrument Is guaranteed. Ask tor stylo booklet. MASON LIMITED Bilmortl Block Kemt ef VleiroU' dangering the whole lifo of the na- lion.1' PRESS CLAIMS of studoiits from fill pads of tha world. ai Washington for 15 natives of India, J iconvlcted at San Francisco for vlola- l-iiproccdcnted apple prices during of nculralltr. prior to the f S I the coming winter are predicted Into the war. GOVERNMENT WINNING Newspapers which strongly support dealers, who assort farmers (bo government claiin the latler is arc holding the apple crops for cldor Special cancellation of ina.ll mailer winning and urge no surrender. Strike leaders claim, their side Is winning- J. H. Thomas, leader ol the railway-, men, has sent a message lo Iho Her- marked "Roosevelt Memorial. Assoc- ald, the labor organ, which reads was authorized by Congress follows: i ro aid-the campaign for for "Rallwaymen showed Hie world they ]a KroEsvclt memorial, could fight the Germans anil are now i charred remains of Frank and 'Victor WanDieslki, Caliclan laboreni, of their A Chicago youdi, benting his way homo on the roof of n Pullman, was fatally burned when his clothing camo ITJ contact with a live wire near North Philadelphia stnMon. Government's bill for TJ. s, Congrcs- raen's telegrams In 1919 year was averaging about ?250 for each piember. Royal Higbness' most obedient ser- vants. JOHN L. r Mayor, j E. FOSTER Scc.-Treas. The Prince's Reply Mr. Mayor....... U is a great pleasure to me to be able to visit MaclcoJ. end I apprec- iate your coriTal greeting. I am enjoy- inc my visit m Canada intensely, and you msy be wall'.assured't bat I will come to Canada in.the future RS oltpn as I can. I thank-you for your warm expression of loyally to my father the Klcg. Macleod proved its devot- ion to'Throne'and Empire well during Ihe was Sealed in this. T7ith Mayor Hardle by hla side, the -procession of -cars containing the members of his Buite, the reception co mm H lee and the' represenlatives of tho press who are accompanying him on his Journey, moved on lo the bar- racks sronnds where the first visit was made to the Indian encampment the-great-var, and 1 congratulate you on your splendid services. ;0u: please convey to all Ihe citizens of -wisfa'Ps ,for .their prosperity-' and happiness. EDWAHD P. October -2nd, 1919. Weather Bnd; Thursday began, early.with "a good snowstorm and heavy many: sorely dUapooinled" as every Prince of Wales. Happily, at seven a.m. the Here His Royal Highness entered thej'Elorm ceased, the wind came In Irom In every worlhy. "At the outbreak of the war Cnme Via "a Don-professional colonel ol a mllilia hallallon In Vlclorla; B. C.'- he a business maa who had con- alderable theoretical and some prae- tlcal tPOTlodge of Eoldkrlng. Ha and bis battalion went overseas as original firsts; and they went through whole irar.