Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
DAILY ...fBMAU) WEnXESDAY, SKPTEMBKn Iflltl Ubc LETHBRICKiE HERALD PAINTING COMPANY, LIMITED VI Mi Street South, W. A. ind Director Ywranw Fulness Malinger TELEPHONES I La bo r, as Lbe llamlliou roiroil puts tl. is onpe fljjala recovoriug its .equi- librium. Comicg from Labor iisell, (he view ufcen of Ihe One big Union serves to" show that tie taken or the late by olbers has been tbe correct cue in Ibe substantiation It is receiving from those who may be said io be speaking with the author iiv ol esperience. THE PRINCE AT THE PACIFIC. Standing in the gaie ot the preal Pacific ocean which connects the Dominion irlih Its elstec common- wealth of Australia, It was only natural "that the Prince should Liken in memoir to what wss ac- Amnesty for Political Sept. TfeolaUc learins close relationship to that i .ulrliLg clemency tor .defaulters moved R. C. McCuicheon. t the Tuesday sfterccon's rosslon ol he Dom'niou iJbor Congress. It thai the Dominion goTBrn- meut declare amnesty toAvnnl political prisoners but 1101 to Include prisoners rullrr oi assisting the enemy during he war. Several votes were laten during the convention, uUlmiLelr, Toting reference lo tho com mitten A long resolution was submitted dealing with, proportional represents ton. Secretary Draper oh served that Subscription Rates: delivered, per week per vwr br'nail, per year by man. per jerr 1.50 y. bj null per to U.S. Dates ot eipirj of subscrij' lions tr di-ly on address lab-1. Accept-' oT papers after data ii cur authority to continue the sub- THE DECISION AS TO THE BALL. The action taken in roganl to call- ing ott the ball suggested to be hilil as pan oi ine program lor the Prince's risk here Is on the Hues o[ sound wisdom and discretion. H is action which lie Herald cannot but indorse in the spirit In which il was decided on. 11 was fell lhat in staging an CTchL be 111 ting tbe occasion, ihe short space of time and other disabilities were against tho soccers which should go with such. In Lhis regard, it may be wen Fain, there was'inore consider- piid the Prince in the'omission than in (he.: commission, should' the proposed ball hare materialized.: A function of the description of a ball Itndered His. Royal Hl-hue'ss re- quired a great deal- more of consider- ation that was given it when the was first suggested. What rras elected to be done'in the way the appoint- ing of a. salnximaiiitee to go'lnlo the feasibility scheme and the ex- pense attachea bitre-bwu done immediately be [ore and not after' the was submitted io tie .proper quarters. The finding of ihis lab-conrmillee appointed for the par- pose of-'looking after the arrange- neDiV.tor the Prince's visit and tbe Vay Jl.v would be regarded by Ihe public .in. .general should have been an initial step. iHoweTer. nothing'.-or the.spirit ol the wfclcome to the Prince1 by Ihe.people of LcLhbridge' islosV'in the abandoning of the ball. Of a heariy-and loyal welcome he will be and it will distinctly he A people's welcome in which ever? unit; ot the community .will be able to Uke a "and nil) heartily and whole- heartedly do so. Those who had contrary views as to Lhe advisability of a hall, and Com- missioner Freeman In particular, had the Iqeic ot Lbe situation in voting against'the proposal. N'one of it coald.lruly be said. would "yield to any in'the spirit or welcome 'nnd loyal-: ty to. His Royal Highness.-'tt'c feel sure that no false siep has been taken In the dec'sion arrived at- The Prince, In the words of the reply to the first invitation, expressed Ms appreciation of Uie of a ball, if it cciild be'arranged. He coold not otherwise' bare expressed himself In tbe nature we bare, all learnt to fcnow him. In the spirit tie will appreciate the re.a'sous why Ibe suggestion could not .be.carried out, JIls Tlsll to Ibe city will, In his person and in Us im- port, be.' accorded lhat spontaneous welcome whether there be a bah held or not... compllsbed In France by Canada, Aus- tral (a and New Zealand standing side by side with .the Motherland. It is over the stream of salt water thai separates Us different parts vthat the sentiment lhat binda the Empire to- gether flovs- It was only lilting (hat ihe Prince, speaking In, Vancouver, should refer io lhat eighth day ol August, la- the memorable year of 191S, when, as'he- put it, ihoso Canadians who fougb slilo by side with Australian troops easi of Ahiiebs can nerer forget that that operation wfis one ot those which shattered the whole German ILue ihe Sorame and began the victorious advance of'all the British armies from France and Belgium into Germany.' The Prince rose, lo tbe. occasion when he, continued- by. saying "the combined atUcfc "of Old Country, Can' adian, and Australian, divisions will always rank as duo of the greatest feats of British arms ami represent ia a very, special manner the strength and spirit which the British Empire draws from the unity of its self- governing democracies combined (o fight (or. their common ideals." The young Prince has the right inspiration; (Continued from Front Page.) ihn motion similar lo thoso sub- milled U was Immediately referred to committee. Military Intervention.. A protest, was embodied, in another resolution against Intervention, espec- ially military intervention, In countries which after the war have found il iry lo change iheir form of gov crnnitnt. Protest was also made against blockades and boycotts cMcu lated to -break the spirit of freedom In sucH counlry.. -'The resolution was referred to. tho cbmmiUeo. A resolulloa 'submitted br the Eas fcatooD Trades and Labor Council, d rafted'by the reEdlullons committee reads: Organize Asiatics "Resolved that the conference' ex- ecutive council co-operatp ai far aa possible with International unions In Canada -tvho are trying to'ofganize tbe Asiatics." r Tho resolution Is In view.of tho fact that Lhe government1 allows Asiatics in Canada to slay and Is nol meant to emphatic opposition of Ihe all Asiatic Immigration. motion was carried dh- 'Peg Trouble Again v .The question ol .the Winnipeg (From Out- Own W1LK H1VKR, Sept held In the. Calhollc church pn Sunday. Ilev. Fr. IHdeaull officiating. Mrs. C. A. Hunt is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Decker. In Loth- 3 ridge. The Catholic Ladles' Aid WAS ?n- .enalned by Mra. Henry Etlert on Wednesday last Several visitors also dropped In. The ladies are planning on bazaar m the near tuture. Their next meeting will bo at Mrs. JuJd Foley's. Mtss Freda entertained SBveral ot her little friends in honor of her P 1A A1CKED UP IN 5SING' FOB HC1Y Speak ine at Portland, Presi- dent Wilson declared he will the of .Vallons throufb, "what- erer ovll resists. Co., al Now York. IITIB rataed tbe price ot orchestra (seats lo ind dreM circle to H, au [atlvaoce of T. for stealing soap freight car. More tLan 5.000 names were added HaiuLI 00. was American Legion roll lu Xow from a O. T. H. seventh birthday noon, on Monday after- Mrs. Dohtrty and grandson. Hughle, bare relumed to rhelr home in fred otter vuitloc weeks with Uer son. J. T. Doncrty. Conlractor Is busy pulling Keep Jn mind" the Idea of decoraUnjc alonjj the route the Princa ol travel when, he visits the city. The Kussian thietle atfll continues to .flourish. -The financial oMhe city coffen a ot hardy, pest In. .spite of academic principles. In re Bard to thera Is a ereat deal in argument that the people introduced by Uio" subnitsslpn of ths following resolu- ejght_ men. were arrested iruWlnnlpeg" during lie recent strike and have been charged with seditious oonsplracy; and, whereu, daring the prellmmary hearing there his heen a continuous sign of mlsrepresentajton Iti Ihe dally press presumably with the JatenlJon of prejndlcJng pnblic opinion against them; therefore, it rcsolv- thai. the Labor Con gresa pi Canada go ;en record as-pledg- ing Ita elf to use every effort to sup- port Ibese men in -getting a fair and impartial trial 'and .urges" upon every organization. this con- gress to use their- utmost endearors In The derense of the seamen." Bancrott declared lhat this mat- in cemfnl on Main street, which Is n muclmeeded to the- town. Mr. Lynch, cashier of the Canadian Bank of Commerce, is t Ibelr eubmarlne la .in'noarly every superior io IK? German U-boat. _ j..'. U. S..Court-of Appeals, roveralug a decision 'of- tho Charleilou, S. C., Court, beld a..man in ay have lifiuot when travelling io a dry stale on a through iJcker, "Clilcago postal notice ;hat unless granted a (500 bonus for ihla.year wholesale "resignations" will jecome effective October 1, arc nol using the word strike. Cho.3. Mann, superintendent oT flic Bell Telephone company. T.'oridan, was taken to the hospital eufferlug from internal Injuries received in a collision with a street car while driving an automobile.' Two houses in Cleveland were de- stroyed by fire .when a Government mail plane crashed on their roofs In an 'effort lo mate a' hurried force.! landing, causing tbe gusuliue tank to eiplode. To gnard against, burglan, a C! land bank has butlL a system o! mir- rors around the outside ot the vault Good Students Deserve Good Pianos NO goc poo, pup good, workmtu will VK poor tools no good pupil should be taughi on a poor piano. U spoilt their ear and their music suffers In Uuy a famous old MASON A RI9CH You'll be sarprleed how ULLle they cost nt. "faclorj-'to home" prices. Easy terms. Catalogue Free, Balmoral Block of so as to expose Hie entire foundation uuderncatli and prorcnl of tunnelling. W.' Bewick, nroofcvlllc. Nf. D-! fell form a moving train and van taken to the suffering, from broken an Vie nnd serious internal Injuries. Miss P. Parent, of Calgary was (alal- ly injured on Saturday afternoon when sue tell down an. open elevator. sbatl In the Ulley block. Ho back was broken ait'd she died ID the hosp'isl. EmCEl A. Lawrence, aged 40. cash- ier with Western Grocers, hid., ami who resided at 11535 125th street, Ed- monton, was InsLantly killed at the south side of Big Lake, near SI. Al- bert, Saturday evening about seven o'clock as a result of t shooting accident the best of all arrangements which, we believe, noT would greatly appreciate. one l Highoesa LABOR'S CONDEMNATION OF THE ONE BIG UNION. AH the logic of Ihe city council was embodied In Commlsslocer Freeman when he look Ihe slaad lie did In re- gard tp the proposal (or a ball In i respect lo ihe visit of the'Prince lo I ihe city. U wag one time lu'whlch the Labor'lu Jte hartt flsteJ, alralglit councif were not all of tbe same mind. _ -__.__ The "apple of discord" Is associated wilh the rirat bill on record. But here should be no discord over the arrange men Is come lo In resptc1. to .he much talked of ball. If anything, we abould Imagine, much discord haa spared. Whether Thanksgiving Daj should Lc made to fall on Nov. llth Is a matter o[ dlscuaalon, But why nol make Armistice Day a. holiday ol Us own. The Dig event well deserves a special day, and ono.more public holi- day in the year would be welcomed. in a resolution proposed by the Sas- katoon Trades and Labor Council. This was urged Jn order that the Issue may be removed .from politics, on a non-paritzan, scientific and busi- ness basis. The chairman pi the com- mittee asked that the motion he. re- ferred back Io the commJllee ,ia furth- er Information had that U was necessgry to consider. Thla aclion was laken. Taking up reports "of officers, the congreesa HrsL dealt'with the-report, of Ihe president. The.delegates com- mended the "watchfulness" ol the jjl president In regard (a orders-ln-council t passed by Lbe government 'andW ftmti leml itnnttli, clus hfttrad thronchonl Ihe comtrr, urf (UbtiHif ttcfr whole future on Ike rtrlke." "AU ;tkit ftKlert it tol 10 W" hal ri'iwkai' nur' be Mln (A il of MntlBCDt In Utwr, ft 'tiiut'it UMi OM Bit ROTARIANS TO HOLD CONVENTION IN CALGAHY CALOARY, Sept. will he the scene of a big notary conven- tion April 9 and 10, 1920, a decision lo this cltcct having been reiched al I a. meeting of the presldenls _and secre- taries ol district 13, which was held In .Medicine Hal -Monday. H was an- nounced by Dr. Crawto'ril McCtfllougli, govsrnor of dlstricL.19, who presided at Ibe Medicine Hat racellnp, that Bert Adams, presldenl of International nolary, would attend the Calgary raily. THE EDGETT AGENCIES Ltd. (Successor lo Stoner- end ttfcetC, -Limited) INVESTMENTS AND LOANS FARM FINANCIAL, (N8URANCE-AND GENERAL AGENTS' FARM LAND AND CITY PROPERTY. Balmoral Blatk, Lithbrldgt One benefit from Ihe (urore creale-l orer (he border by certain Senators la that everyone now should have a clear "and concise viow ot the League of Nations.' Even Senators must by now have been forced to aa Intelligent, understanding of all Its Soffle "sly we should hare a Labor Government, others want a F'armera' Oorcmittent. Hut what Is needed Is a OoTernlnent representing all Classen gtrlag justice la eali) C. A. MigratVi: vpeaidng at Lhe 'Iriil.ustrlal al Olliira. la IMs he bis lot (Itt right view. Puzzle in Foot Comfort VTtij do your feet feel comforiablo when (Irsl you pul your ahoe on and JaLcr feel as If.tht-y would burst jour shoes? It it not necessarily the fault ol Lhe shoo. know Iho reason and Ihe method ot correction. Bring Mich troubles [a u? ond wo will eliminate them for and make you walk will; comfort. Filling shoes firoptrly and giving Koot Comtort osr specialty. ASK TO BE FITTED SHOES FOB ALL AOCS W J. NELSON THIRD AVENUE SOUTH SHERLOCK BUILDING 5 c a package y before the war c a package during the war 5 and c a package NOW THE FLAVOUR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE!