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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1917 Tim LKTiimunoK HKRAUJ PACE SEVEH Your liver b the Best Beauty Doctor A Juli yellow, lifetcu din, pr hie twin biolhcli Lo Dilc, own if atltin j into youi blood of ou! of ygur il This U the Ucalmcnl, in rjc- cesJJul lor W yean pill (moro only whca n Garter's Little Liver Pills For Constipation Full Yon Rllbl One Nlshl Pallid, Pale, Putty-Faced Peopia Need Garter's Iron Pills B. Tiiornc, Aldetsyda; C. Pcarsoa.la coll rely )0 blarao fur the situation It. L. llackcit, J. McDonald, Edgar Urreuwood aud Hugh Mi-lulosh, Mao [coil; J. Thompson. D. E. Ililey ami E. Mi'Uaucall, ot High Illver; A. Bccbe. oC Itlalrmore; II. C. McDurncy, Claire. Chaa, Ouiuict ant] T. IX navies ol Colcnian-, J. J. Braluiff, Tuos. Hammond, FicU Pelleller aud Jus, Sehofleld of Piiu-her Creek, ami H. D. Mi-Ivor or Cowley. Dr. WarflDtk's Position n lha mcclltiB President Koiiuea explained Us purpose, explain- ing thai a Joiul effort was being made by tlio Liberals aud CoiiEcxvallvcs to ECO II they tould agree on some iiollcy. lie also explained Warncck was siill tlic Liberal candidate for (lie riding, and that he haJ wired liha ask jug liirn Ms Eland, 13r. Warnocfc In reply wired: "Formation of uiilon 1 gave rumen I having al last Lcen ac- complished I will suiijiort gaveruuurnt as Meantime am busy lorwardliiB horses lo Ihe In France." Mr. Holmes then went on to cijitafo. that years ago c-eple and hail nominated h.'iu. He therefore Bllll hat? a claim ou llio Liberals vatfve candidate, and plcdg.'ug liiui lo support, to Iho test of his ability, tho union candidate who might be chosen by a unlou convention. Mr.jlllc Jlerron's acltoii In leaving tto fieW j "The business before us toilay uiilontsl Liberal candl- for ncjfoLlallons was' therefore." concluded the president warnlv aimlaudcd. Tlio convention "Is (.o decide whether we, as Liberals do oil FHOM FHU.NT a then passed the following resolution: ot the Maclcod shall e- Moved by John Jlerron, seconded by narl to consummate union." supporting dale. The old line Liberals will liavo candidate in the field 1C they can se- Moved by euro one, and there Is very good evl- George HoacllcyT that this meeting of A. K. Jcssup, ol Nanlon, the firs derico lhat they will align tlieiiisclvcs delegates of the Maclcod Federal Con- speaker, and he came straight oul To wiili iho anti-unionist wing ol the servattvo association asBembleU for union. Ho believed In pulling out Non-Partizan Lcaguo lo nut a joint the purpose of considering the ad vis- nrc before rjuarrclioK with his rielsh Cftndtdalo in the field. "Farmer Jim" ability of llic formation or a union as- The Harden government has a Wo.r la castlug longing oyca at llio soeialloii, resolves as lollows; of sins "o answer Cor, and ha lu Quebec. Tho trouble lu la following tho "Iipc3 I all) down by lUt) farmers' organizations ami ho would supporl it. Mr. I ucbcc nvas L-rought about for the pur- led (he retuark lhal ih vf driving tlio ji'.-uplc- o! lhat Toxlnco from the arms ol Lauiler to e arms or Bourassj. "ILow will we the best for he By supporllag a straight Liberal will do his itai to right the Tonga done by Hie late govornmoiU." II. C. Mcilurney of Colcnian, said o open to cynvlitloo, but lean- uf 4 towards union t because hud been, pbluly that the I me for Iho uM method o[ rccruttlng i1 as past- Dart Hlley Against Union Dan IlHcy of Jlifh Hlvcr. candlOalo n the last provitii-ial olecilon, declar- id thai uo uiauLCcEtu having bdcn !s- iued by Sir Wilfrid L-jurtcr, a dect- ifou at Ihls timo tin 10 lite acUon to cM'.iture. "I am Uken would Q favor of wlnnli'p tiiLi dc lared. "I have iwi FUIU ihcre who arc dearer lo me tlian all tho wealth It. was then deeded to Dr. open, and Hie meeting cd liusclf o roil Ins are facing now, "I am a Liberal yet, so far as doracslic ques- W E wQl Sell Sheep or any part The Sheep are now located on the Mendenhallx Ranch, south of Magrath. We are positively going to close' these Sheep out at once. Now is your oppor- tunity. :r Conservatives. Tho laic .govcmmcnl j lions are hul I am for un- 'l 'Ion during (lie war and n'relurn to party lines niter Ihe lie bc- Jlevcfi iJiontocrinE would have to cease under union government and lhat be one of Ihc greatest evils of the present day remedied. Presidenl Ilolnies gave it as his per- sonal view lhat he had been riisap- I pointed -in Sir Wilfrid Laurier'9 RC- jceptancc of the resolutions of the Win- [nlpeg convention. lie thought that as [Liberals, union government should be 'given a fair chance. Mr. Holmes then iread of Iho Conserva- tive association in session and com- mended it sincerely lo the meeting. Political Bandits At this point, Jas. Weir, M.L.A., though not a delegate to Ihc meeting and supposedly not a Liberal, asked ifor permission to Encak, and on being granted lint permission, proceeded I with a biller atlnck on the Liberals 'who had joined the union government. I "I he declared, "Ihnt conscrip- tion Is not an Issue in this campaign. .The issue Is tho record ot lhe Borden 1 government. One delegate has said that when llic liouso fire, pul oul the'fire firsl. I agree with him, InU i j I co farther. I say "Put out Ihc fire. 3 but catch Ihc firebug, -That's what wo. must do. Why wouldn't President Wooil of lhe U.K.A. join the .government? Tlccauso It Is a wln-thc [election government. They lell us we "can't EC( tariff reform while the war is on, hut 11 didn't lake n parllamenl the olhcr day lo lake lhe duly off oleomargarine. There Is no sinccril) or palriollam In the union govern menL" Sir. Weir ihcn went on lo rate the Llbcr.ils who had entered Iho gov 'cmmenL aa political bandils, all v the GxccpLlon Mr. Crcrar. He thought the election should be Inket ns tho opportunity lo molo oul lo the men who have disgraced tho Domln Ion tho punishment Ihcy EO Justly rtc Later in lhe mccltng Jlr jWefr, on beltig scored by a dolcgalo for calling Premier SJftou and Mr Cnrvcll imllUcal Iricd Li smooth over llic remark, but in a.slil Inter speech he declared Arthur Sir [on lo he the blgffcsl Tory In Hie Lib cral party in Cnnadn lotlay, Thomas candldalo ii Pincher Creok In tho last election said ho was not In favor of union, am IhaL lhe Liberals of his riding In n convention held night provlon hnd voted SO to 1 against union. Hi declared the Conservatives were rlflclng nolldnff by supporting union. Mr, Scholleld ol Pincher Creek, de dared lhe sand wan leaking out of Hi hecl3 of a lot of boots, an for himself, no would rather sco Ih Llbornls of Canada Uko a gootl slron stand tmdor Laurlcr than a muzzle representation under Dortlcn. Mr. Marshall of Nanton look obje( lion lo Ihe crlllcJsro of Dr. Waroock' hi do In view of Iho fad lhat h busy with war work, nnd Iin ala objected lo such men as SKIon, Ca Tell ond non-ell read oul of Ih Liberal parly nt this mccllng b ink OUvtr and Jim Weir, Ho de clarcrt that George Brown was no lea a Liberal bill n greater on a because ti Joined with Sir John A, MncDonal to accomplish confedcriiUon, Can't Muzxle Slfton Hugh JTclntosh of Macleod defle any on Cnrlh lo muz2lo Mr. flj Ion or Mr. Crcrar, Union government LAND CO. This Tube Defends Tires The enemy of tires is under-infiation. The great cause of under-mfla- tion is tubes that allow air to seep out through imperceptible Plere lies the superior merit of Goodyear Tubes. 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