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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta THE' LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD'' WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER She Xetbbtlbge Dcralb aiOerta i. DAILY AND WEEKLY and THE LETHBRIDQE HERAiD PRiNTING COMPANY LIMITED ISS 6th W-. A] BUciifeNAN v and Manae'cg iKrectoJ Jobs Tomnce Audit SubtcrlDtion Pady, ceilvMed. -25 Dally, 6y mail, per Daily, by mall, for I moc'thi Deily, by 1 months 1.50 Wwkly, by mill, per 1.50 Iffwkly, br mall, per 'a VA 1.00, Do You KnoW? TODAY'S QUESTIONS 1. Who are it's Gentlemen of the Fjrivy Chamber} 2. What Is Ins Privy Council? 3. What Is tho Privy Seal? Who is the Seal? 5. WUt are Romanco languages! 6, ,Ayhat Is Callforuti nianna? TUksp'Av's'.ciuesTioNs 1. What Is an edition? IB an "embloni-'T "Walt" 'the. emblem -of the circle Inscribed1 equilateral tri- angle (Contlnueil from From Page) ernment, and. In some'measure ot the interest in the members of the party ment of the bit'Uteresta ud a sor-.i eminent by tha people." i.r Big Central The went on to a few ahowiag that while the big Interests control the'government of the day, they have betrayed then- selves. They'.cannot always In the dark.' We have, said, an example only as few ajo In sugar order of the' Roarf; ol Com: merce. Do you suppoae is comm'IolOD interest in tho members of me part) eervants aa members ot the historic Liberal -.oullj ,n compel- THE MEETING AT THE 'MAJESTIC. A note -of sincerity, an expression of a the reunion of the scattered forces the Liberal Parly, jm'ade- Kith. eloquent force and logical appeal, were tho predominating 'features in the address delivered by L. Mackenzie King "at "the- llajeitic Theatre on -Tuesday. Tbd address culminated In an, exalted per- the septiments expressed therein being such as may be applic- -ebie to any Party. 'Without any favor 'and without .any. prejudice; the Leader I or ihe- Oppoiition, may be said to hare, created a favorable -ImpreBsIor. those who had'corue-ip hear him with an open mind and who were "witling, to ajlow the man the merit of.the convictions he held. It Is" true there was a note of brV ternBBS" ihl'the speech of Mr. King when. he. assailed the present: govern: mentln .its usurpation 'of office aa1 it appeared to him. -That is a question .which has Its.app'eal in the "way men to raoubjTtiat wad the! of -leader of the 'Opposition; andj he had argument jn'th'e sjvay, Ihe 'course j taken., by j; to hto. Bnt'tp. be iti'aiust b i-.MidVthat a'n..eiection atttiie'-.presen time ;is not -'ons ;iwhich- the ;-peoDle: of the i'i.thej aature S j.the seats S lnu tie vwUI have repj nsehtationsS onld an f _ An'.1 edition pf 'a..classical author published and printed by the family of Elzevir, and said to, be immaculate. S. 'A.picture-with-a-hidden mean- -3. To "denote tha tni cb cterniiy ot the" Trinity. 4. Persian lyrist, .called the who lived'in puny. He thanked His Worship the iiiay'or.who had him at the depot and extended him tho courtesy of welcome, which he took'as an ilon of good will public men iu general. He expressed also his pleasure at being greeted by Senator DeVeber anvl'lfo A. Buchanan, M.P., regretting that tne latter bad appear- ed at the mass meeting sitting In a reikpr Ihia.O'j ths platform, where lie ought to be; and he hoped that "tlie uexl time we. .visit Leth- briiTgo ho will not halt .way be. twecn .the'two parties'but'with 'us ,v.-here we know he .wi.ll .feel jjipre .at home." Thanks were-' alto- extended -called Al are. noted "for their sweetness lature. to the local committee in charge .of arrangements, to the .ladles- of the city for the receptljn. tendered him during the afternoon, and'.'ap'precia: tlon expressed for ihe.fine-reprcsen. tntlon present on IhS platform from the Alberta administration ah'd'legts- ling us all to pur sugar froui one of the refiaertai ol the 'great Canad- ian sugar without harmg by', someone higher up to. do dare -.to do so, .and the gowrnownt cannot hide behind the excuse that tia edict was laioed. without tnoirletige ;or sanction.' "Tou couldn't get a city council to act In that sort of taab- TrloSrMr. Kisj amidstr roars oj laurhttr. Someone. at Ottawa Inftuehccd tee board. In some way. The i sugar '.'baroBS: "were' pow'erfu! enough to set toat edict out ot itte Iwird. Who crMted tie orardt Flnsf of all, we uicd to an act on the statutes, the Comblnei Investlja- Uo'n Act, put there by tie Laurier ad- ministration a coaple of years before It went out of power. The'act wu for the protection of the people against It are dltlded. "Lefnie brine hpme to the people that our interests, those of the Liberals, the farmer, the'labor party, the are common In- teretUi They are the interest! ot the groupa want representative, progressive government. They want repreienUtlOn parliament, aud, aaid the.tpeiker, tie preunt parlia- ment does not represent the paaple. wblle theTjadmlnlBtratlon Is award mini6triUon by order In-councIL v Mcuuna In addition to' the, general desire on tbVpart ol the people ror.B ropre- tentative parliament and' an aduinls- tratlon rfcipoaslble.jto its people, the public Is jmpat keenly: interested in ihe problem oirthe high cost of liv. Inc.- aad 'Hon. Mr. "King proceeded to .with economic'? Involved living- bow li the goirenuMat tryiog to solve It? They blame It on the war, a handy Ike'extravagance tion. This a questloo which It take, tlme-to asd'for that'reason I say shouM be no delay In mak Ing a start: H'ow can it be rt." There are-three ways; First, rigid economy In second, ...v i_u.i the inter- third, put .tariff to and and grace. .The medical system of which the diseases ara cured which would produce" the diseases In healthy lad- les; (2) that medicines are to be sim- ple, and not-'compounded; (3) that doses are, to be exceedingly minute. 6. Samuel: Hahhemann', -a German physician, No 'greatef was 'expressed -by Mr. King. than said, that what oa: ttme.1> a.great asrlcultutal policy. wli'th lies atjthe root of western- as- -Nof, did it neid eniphasis from "a Jman liko. pinii that Iho townc ami cities- was' a toortjpolicy.-b'ui. an evil one II towiis built at the' ex- No thought .'can the hrgument or contradict- tho1 truth of. what; he .said. After expressing -his regret that Mr. Ernest Lapojnte, one; of ihemem- bers of "the partyj "had" been suddenly called home owing to the serious ill- ness of and ".extending the greetings of Quebec to the-people of Alhorta on behalf of -Ion. Mr. King launched into. the. sub-. ect matter ofils'aadressl The ground iriuob-ihe aaina iij'oth- places In his. the speak- er Droved hln platform, and rapt attention as he, made some telling an'd cities to! ha' was'a-ljaalc truth-In wh laid uia that--.prejudio_ mduslrles tq tlffidyirimenO'of Jfl in the placing hia argument ex'empl (fled Its. truth by 6 f cheap, raw !m aleriai cpnlt ;tMJmanufacl'urers ot the countryjhr-- 'the of set'if a'fter .Banpinii will. be' 'itoll tied It IS ;at the holds' th'e Its ''the uing ,'Ui "a hody! unfair dealings trusts and copi- bines: It: was repealed by the present government and the Fair Prices and Combines Act put la'-, its stead with a Board of Commerce to carry put the act for protection' of the.pob! lie. The broke up. chairman, Judge Hobson, reilgnw.-1 Mr. O'Connor Then ths lator represehtatire i .....in speaker; charged that it was government to be economical, in .the admlnlsiraUoi of Jt Is the remnant had spent J extravagantly.' We must T thai "debt back, 'but 1 maeter-of the was 'with i I liiCJ i.AlJUUI, signed, in resigning he made are expoBures. said. who talk unrest sweep-. mf ;the the sdlu- n sea Is a blg'nmltary laf.Y "The In opening bis address proper, Mr. with" the pplitica! 'sit- latlon as it had developed in Canada since the a'a the great- est upheaval :wPridV history. :t will be sorap time, before flre get that calra'.where We can seVttie. trend of events tlfeir :s..unrest, like- the-unrest' of'ithe: following a great stPrrrLjn" this Ihsrt f o we yieiv .wltK patience the new movements-.and the'-newlaa-' pirations of the the things'when peacejpami lutipns that weS have' floor of the House fbr.an. Inveitlga- tldn. Mr. Meighen'laugaed our retjueit' out of ridiculed Mr. Mnr- docfc. And ,tnen tie government, to keep up the rireeri.fgr the big in- terests, put or as; members ot the cbm'mlljion thrte clill MrvanU. Now anyone, who.knpwi anytSIng about the kuowis they _ have-men in tce.who are so used to spending (p branch put-and proper on a loomd basis. That the prin- ciple bt our tariff policy." Railway The Liberal leader then turned his attention to railway wu sharply critical 6t the administration. The recent la paved the way'for his criticism. In- ceased railway rates tend to twtrict he movement Pf people and eomntoo1' ties, and have a bad economic effect; The railway policy is public ownership of the rail- ways. ;Why do-people want public ownership t they want to save paying 'privately In- vested capital, and by escaping thli payment, to reduce loaUad of capita.1 tbntrpl tfcey want' control: Buriir'the'.caM of-U of the .Ortndj Trunk Bail- way, theijorernnieot has neither thing or the other. They have il '.ama- able, TSO years .from the R. at a' valuation ot touie guaranteelmt'in.the say private capital a fixed Interest on that valuation; 'The; people! are now beginning to" reap tint fruits pf Ibis'peculiar .government ownership plan In Increased frelght'and passen- ger rates. "All ne.get. -Is' making good the said speaker. I'Aud th'4re ..yon'- government looking after the tie In- terests." Mr. King chargedsiutocracy- In the refusal .of. the -.governmen to table a cbpy.'pf the tween tie It sbarehold. enl.- The' flrst'-uiUtng' ot the nature Pf the agreement came from holders of the-company.jn1 Great Brit- aln. It Is the same aatpcracy in the PICKEDVf m PASSIM B B jj s y MAN Johnson, chair- man U. oMnntttee u immigalloa. announced that ne wtU limiting to they -cannot think :in more militlaf.Ymore was using merely to screen the big Interests which were making 70 per cent., and 100 percent, and per cent the goTeniifient stayed.the hand of tho board when dp sometSing for the'Vpro- the- people, and board's usefnlnesa'.waV .done. all. disappeared. ;.We asked on; the mounted poHce, an aerial service, 'and a'" big eaters.- Thl u year is.: asking tires of nitaiiilVM eltlwns waen UoJcigratlo'n committee, -la WiaUngtoa November II. _ ChaiiUr Eoweil, tonner editor of Freuo, (Cal.) JUiiabUcaa, ohainaaji of tne' Republican" ntate 'omihtie In lUS. and former member of iiMku utkAaj wbo bolted on of NtUsiij tKflira campaign In California next week'for Cox and Kftossvelt. HoU. editcr of tie Inde- pendent mafasiie wd rice cnatrman of the" Ewootira eoMinriU, of the League tp anacunceO enrolled as; that be would" follow' Herbert Far- Republican, ConUilUeemu. f6r New Tori, and vote'for Cox and KboeneU on tie ,ot "Nation! In the of. aniated minlaters of the- cb.nicb, so of the administration.. The on 'the from etinallty.. esbj igreater .nd that rnanyaeedtul. ade; These have'' of iSe new part j; the women 's rt ove tlp'n s of f -a caRtiot look i after, their, regular dut- ies and s'ervesOnjthe'Sboard as'wellV 'for'' I for sknpw the Ails Mr. Melgheri's :flnanclal further. 1 p'rlght outlook In face of "oiir ent; taxei. Whit is Liberal t Sir J: Onr 'ijoilcy Is to begin to ;pay Hckjwhat we have rin who rnade millions slaiple process; af i ,thus precipitating the election ask' for.'; NP adtait _lhat sVclj til dies are., hi i any .way exemplary >Pt Jirorthy to he the cpujd. but: be 'forced hearing'the Denunciations qCthe Gov; ernment in its seeking to monopolize power as Miy-KIng viewed it.' Howj eyer, no doubt .be took' Ihe'sland thai- it, was a moral.obligation on the'part ths'Government to enj 6r oTherwise ,'ot 'the" people! .'In'tlie reason for, which it was-'created ncj longer It js X matter of arguj ment .as 'expediency In the !-.Tiew of how. an election'at the prcs- eat time would-affect the West._Th'ls[ :'however, does -eral Leader 'of; jOpposition-had'to Bay. :t'-.' Hon.. Mackenzie King have seen express ed that he teaEcned his sentiments In tc-.the'lariff according Ip Ihe which '.'Jfe U the time'being may happen'to Ot no token in.thi or ths views forth in regard to the tariff life nailed bis dolorsio the mast and 'rVhether liaSef.; eastern .breezes, }ii the one straight .forward had'one' am one only exposition, of what sbouli policy' of tin corintry. That was the tariff BS laid down by. Inn-Liberal Party a Us last which hs plat fonri wag framed, and In this, tp glv deBervc'd variation, or shadpw rt turning. pt the pplillcla there might Mackenzie Kldg wa snbnierged. .in'the man who sEoui .firmly by..iherprlnclples .he believe In and bad takon on lilmaslf to enun dale and to.brlnghomofo it cannot bo denied-thai the menl of regari Joins tarif as LeaO.o'r.of the'O posiribn, tlie li.te sp'rlt an In the.true sentiment as it niipeak'l] i the. people-of ihe West. Whrm -ho when he 1 'sentfalStfor this1.' .ThesE h'appierVmaterial f6r bujiding edifice of domestic ir'o'8: than 'that'- the''IJeader of the.''OpBOpltlqn.'. i .Iu the declaration of policy, of tha 'destinies- he is al: lied his. case' yery election. tftwhich r the econpitlc- 'were rea Ily; (jp n sldergd j ,nol n the 'fabt that iaetbe.iaBt: election -the- soldiers, all the .IfirMatMri manageihent of the roadi. .When the of railways was anked for etatements showing -the of the government lie was told that the rpads were: be Ing run Just as a --private corporation would run' them; ana the parliament and- people of ;the Dominion would get .nothing about- the.1 operation of 'those roads except what the- management -might decide; V fc A Brilliant -Peroration If is on indnstrlal matters that Hon. MacKenzle. King dfsplays a splendid grasp of the 'great qosstkiDS-ot the day, the questions which are ihe: ui deflylng. cause of iprewnt-dayunfeit. An'd the Liberal at" bis the dsult -with those-: q' decided. The .Cuuaa 115.00 for eftpii year of service to 118.M. A siiperanuated 40 yearB will allowanoe' _ will WTT" recelTe it of annai! There in'th'ls p -Premie j 'Jfoj ed. In belief is freely expi Drhment b place he'-wlll ever i be front of 'the 'Premier Meigticn trips to make oul that a man who favors toy'.article: r____'. Pol Cohfratted Contrasting "thevtarHl.' policies: ol or ythe'. second :iteni entertag Jnto "the high-cost of liTing, enunciated In his firit ipeech. at 'Stirling.; He" deserib- sis 'chlfdish.. It began' by. stating tnatlhls a 'jarlff which will keep Canadian mills running and keep'Canadian' workmen, and then contradicts itself .by stating that is to Investigate to find Silt tariff1 policy should be. But the' Liberal tariff' instead pf worts, is Clear cut; declared the 'speaker. Tail ijeclareil is "-very tlpSe 'policy enunciated by -'the fundamental, prii. tipiis, ivfpr 'ihlty aidopK all gronpi of Canada's citlien- ship :in- order, that'- Canada's tbHgnt realised; He Keld; he said, 110' brief 'on the Industrial qnes- tion; but he held' that' np: pie' groni ihould any folcontrol'the. the f Liberal hid Jn'-fiW; picket a baron'to 'a'jig: d ally 'rielSSiier. In one Pf the'Canadian ciftJT aakfe.d.that.'the edlt'of fpllpiflng'the jssuaric suB'ar prderT "until 'yp'uj receive alap'ltiy ar4yertIseni-_ slde'.'of-'tbei'ease. "A. to. stifle the-free prei'sjj Hon. Mr, gtad'to we ha; :.31ie-redent ment af.-attempt i that ,_. forces o( reaction' and the' forces of or Liberailsmj-as -he" liked to can it; Tho Liberal- then p'aHii" in ;thc-ir .proper which! ho, had ''as' .thoee" refuses to be' "a pro- tective tariff pf freight on sugar, we which' goverriastit'f.' of -the country l.ri- a grip to put pver.the sugar orteWafii'then at- tempt "to'-buy up quiet and make the oeal is alright ._ to'keep i; think "the The example lion of.iril8 to which group -Ms party ..bolpagexl. Tiiat (iruun. in "open conyentipu Of delegates caHefl a- democratic .way from nil parti ofrthe Dominion had proceeded its .'platform bringing HID policies of to-datei-nnd had chosen'a leader by a ballot bf the in 'the people" of: the -'cpiintry.--it lie a pinular-governrnent. fanners had proceeded-In "the same King elated thiit-Siliad another letter: in his pocket ft s'hoe withdraw his newspa'tfef If the edltc, tariff polfl i and fefcora a jntlnned to Mr; '.'t.'juiTe a pair of: 'on my feet 'atj'thJsTmoiBent mads by -thai manufacttreK-ah'd If It wasn't for -the high I'd speaker amidst applause. in sidious control-tie-preie of the country and MuVtDiirfS'from the people, bnt'If that's, tStftame lilt against let's it. I hate faith In the press and pe'pple 'of this Dominion, a'nd'. art _.. __________ ,_ being jjilfpn1 the free- list' is a free lyay their platform and. u" trader. If that is sound argument then Mr. Meiglien la a free Irader him- self, for ho favored-freo wheat. A prisoner in the provincial jnil in- take up. pastry cooking.which says 'Is .taught This educa- tion, v.ejmay add, has baon. liutl.tutod by'WardPrt Rivera "to sottot the hard cruel of- prison life. It Is.tho.newspapers that are using-. Iho airplane for business .pur- POMS, The Winnipeg Free Press Si-nli their tie labor men. All these are progressive groups.' i-r..... The "Contrait'wich these .the origin of the pnrly In power today. How much does that party represent the will, of the How waa It formed? They say it's a new party, the Na- tional Liberal and -Conservative Party. Hnf whether It Is old or new, Its action lias.condemned-IfBClf. II it is the oW parly H Is'uasqueradln'jt under a new rfimo because it is ashamed Df liie acts of the old. If It n now parly, how was it formed? abide by declfelpn we'll ha governed b1 visible forces of th'ln' i and reactionary. >6werfal. n't; allow this group to thelt grasp on'tho "Bovernmeift of tbe Coun- try fof atiolner live yttnUsi. j- 'Appol for UnrfiH.Wrty Hpn. Mr. King to con- Bloer.iHon of the Tarlous'gfoups which are' slrlving -for powcfi'SfHe'likened any convention ever railed "'lit' a .reporter to cover the Wlnklcr. bank {choose a platform or a leader.or; a 'robbery by .the and the VI, V" toria Tinjes.brouglit qver somo etiulp- Of my voice who had ment for a stereotyping machine from anything to do wllh the formation of Vancouver lp meet an emergency. Three freshmen of Toronto (j'nlver- becaiise Ihcy had re- laM were tarreil bee 'whlc'i thiiilfuicd to wear Bk'ult- nnd] Pn .tnse" of The .feather, the'opera- flr'.ud.e, no'.pne that hij'rllpn was oonslderalejy .-left for, the evtmpllfled the jirinclpind. of t'ljl freshmen ihemsclvea In tfio oppordui- tlio new' party, the choosing of the or ,tho; sejectjpn of .a'.nameJ "Tliere's tha progres- sives a'nd the reactionaries. Powerful TnUvests liavo token conlrol of.the It was not'government of trie country, and are >Tf- government against. :the perfple. ity. their tmlversily career left Uioni to add a ..'.'feather to' their cups." arc you 'arc a roacUnnnry- or y.mi pan'J "And tlio hie In Canada to- day is iictwoyu t'Ti iSvisible the big Interests' tpwer- militaristic, many before, tho Ger- many was arrayed thS! firtM'of the right, a ring nround by the Allies, Italy, Russia, Belgium and IKS'U.'8. der- by Ihe Allies, Russia, Belgium and tl many was powerful bijcadie she was cenlrallied and power '.the i yarlpos groups arrayed tho-govern- ment, the'Liberals, the farmers' parly, thS labor'patty, The present governmenils using the same tactics as did Oerrnany .during Iho early days of hitting Whore the allies we re! their command wan It hap- 'roned thus In Colchester Johri. It la' hup'ppniiig In C.. And the government, by wift'tilng'in iheae licala Is endeavoring a pnb- llc feeilng that Iho goveir.nent! Is rleht, JJTal the government Is strong tOcause ilie forces trrayt.a against ILIbliral', tariff, policy is .based op the..pirinclpie-. .where, a ..coun- try has a big.debt, Indirect taiatioh method Impossible and unv'B'eJto jump.fro'm Indirect taiatbnjln a ryean Bat! the Llb- calls for! direct 'taxa- .the extent: of incfime bui'jn' es s! pro t its' "an d' a lux- ury then haying .bxha'usted-.all theso means' of Vtittatng.- revenu'es .tariff ;to raise what additional revenue Indirect taxation. '_Ia .that jevisish, cut'.dowtt the the. neces- sities, reducing the duties' sompinstahceH .to the van- ishing poitt, especially on the Imple- ments bt in. farming, mining, lumbering; and the four basic Dominion. B.asic' Iqdii'strles charged the. govern- ment forces -Tere trying to beclond the lasnesby -statlhg fiat, the Liberar p'afty. 'did hot whert'it stood oh tvlff, cKafging that .one day It' was the next day for but the statemeBt of Lib- eral .tariff-policy was was tariff 'for revenue.: only, an'd a-.tarlff In the Interests consumers and prq'ducers, in the IntereBts pf the monopolies 1 and big interests. The speaker.'read the platform df the party oh the tariff Issue as laid down Sy the Liberalcbfiventlon In 1918, de- claring, that platform I wili stand or .fall. .1 made tbe'same assertion In the House aa8 .1 repeat It, here. There has; been no hedging on that platform, no circutnTentlpn. stand pn the one policy clear 'across the con- tinent., What I have said on-the tariff hire I said In Torpnto and the .big" manufacturing centres pf the east, I belipve the tariff plat- form pi the Liberal party IB In the Interests of the wdoIS people o( Can- ada. The cry1, Is" against the high cpit of Hying, fpr'choaper food. Id .hayeVmonopply of' obntrol- In great Question in "witci: dtier groups are Interested.Thejhann of Instanced b'y the' pres- ent UpheavaU' lift Britain1 :i.wSere the coal'mmlBrs strike.- in ail grtiat enterprises there, are four interested labor, management the! consumer; The goVernment or community' h'ss '-'big; plaw' In -'Ike schenist It'prptVlJes the nifnral.'n- Source's .'on lndustrr.de- r Its-'raw for -'its transpoVta'tlon-'-facllitlcs and-for The 'piafce of uibor, capital and management is each" Impprtant, "If >you need alt fpar groups for 'the success of an industry, then we shonld haye an aWahjeine'nt whereby an groups have a" voice In the control. We must have" the four groupsrhTpait'- nershlp. .All-grpnps--- most haYe-i. 'knowledge'' of the: essential' facti p? ths MoifopOly.'ih aay I s 1 B' no monopoly, y r.'c'- thb carry on for In order to implement its promise'to for a Dominlbn VaTei in" the "Medicine Hat district bn Thursday list, in the daatk of Ruaiell, the eldest eon ot Mr. W. P. Smith, a-hraierilD, tWt local- ity. Tie year, _ out to a their home where thejr. iy wounded carried a rifie and Rnsjell a sfcvt gun. How not of the' Liberarfrarty.' that the proper .way. to meat tbe elec- tors "WM face 'to lace on- annUo' plalforin. ThefBMt the! speaker i Liberal "party; election. The Metgheh government, tacking a mandate ap- peal government not fepretestattre, he oontinaef lime and one tetf goverhfiient. m'anhfacTiifei'r' itl.muBt Be'repfese'nte'd, hut hone' must have a- monopoly or control If there Is to be 'no harmful result.' 'Today we farmer and the IkDCf'mbve- mehty-both group movements. Why? Because hare had top much minu- facturer control. 1 hold that) the. solution is not'to substitute with anp'ther, but let us represented In not. T-_ wprklng for its own against the others, bnt all working to- gether aa' citizens fpr.'an a better have jived through the period of race against race, pf nation against nation'; don't let us add group against group. Let lis have good wilt as between race and race, 'and creed and "creed, and group, and group, ani let the 'great problems In that Pniy declared 'the speaker, tan we'proi'tje gainst build- ing up a. division ,of the .classes that in the curse of save to ouraelvf s'that liberty, fpr which the hoys whb.fpughftn the great'war gave their, the great ".work of the to. make liberty and freedom a reality.. We must seek that new freedom by the war, freedom ecb- and anil all unite toihat'end. The Liberal party, said the 'speaker In conclusion s seeking give expression to thin new f re ed Oiil In ecta pf parl lamonl It possible, and that an "electlpn, by .reading the Vprdli pf the president fireat W Ion in which said that "parliament as putllred-ltfifnandatS1' Ttsi-. cpatended- that bad (i worklbj1 majority In the'Honie, that they had constantly loft strength.' After the election ''In tb'ey had a aaijorlty of 71i bu't'at'iie last dirt lion Ukcn.In the Howe, thtVbte'on the 'budget, Msnlt, sboV" 'ij meiit But take pres- ent tariff, the tendency In- duced by our .tariff 1' The mPvetnent of the pb'pnldtlon Is all away from the farmland toward the producers j of food, more conshmers. The tendency IB; to so dlscpnrage Pur farmer) as (o make quit the farm, quit producing the [pod the workers In pnr city factories mnet hare cheaply. If they to-pro- dnca cheaply In competition with the wPrken .o1 Pthcr countries of tho world. Our manufacturers should have an Interest' In anything which will work'to that end, but.they see only their own selfish Intrests. must make broad the basis pf our economic structure, H la a good thing to have towns, and cities, but a bad thing to have towns and cities at the expense of our agricultural de- velopment. Wo must deyelpp 6ur basic Industries in Canada if we are which our manufacturers depend, to have available raw products pn That is a sound economic development of .the farm, the mine, the forest and pur fisheries must be encouraged If our manufacturers are menio of of the gpTernraefit 'OB policy waslBcathtig, the Tast -accnmauliori tlie' national j-l.i debt was 'duj to'1--------- of crlti- Its which will Is why the people are being apprised on the present tbhr of the party lead- ers of tne -prliiclp'lei fpr which the party stand's. The meeting came.ip'-a close with the singing of the National Anthem. W, C. Kennedy Speaks Vf, C. Kennedy, M. P..for rfftrth Ksscx, Ontario, wan the first- speaker, He congratulated the committee, pn the excellence ol the mrtrto in connection "with King's visit to Lethbridge stating-that tbe lar'ge audience was a'lrfniprHtioh-'fo tlis pirty.'' OniVof the pleasant features of the .this.west- ern' lour, said the was' ftM renewal of old acquaintances from Ontario, lie hid repeatedly asked by therri About the jwlitlcaT sll- uatipn In IhaC prbvWceL ferid he had answered that the Liberals of Ontario were all united iinder the leadfrchlp pf Hpn. Mackenzie King. The objects pf the western lonr of the Liberll leader and party! were'.ex- Kennedy as bolhg two- fold. They were, first, to famllfirlw Vffti''the cbrid'itlpns inrj rteedif of and place before the people the 'platform 4v 4 There's a. slie and style for every purpose, v s. 'Sold pn easy terms to AsSYoV slyts Catalogue; V'" v' ;