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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 25, 1910 THE IJBTHBH11X3B HKHAI I) VAUK Mflifi Is to He in a in in Macleod Till O'clock on Know How Long The latest In retard lo the move- Menu oT iluvPrlQce Is that a wire haa been received by D. J. Campbell, of Macleod. wlio appears lo ba handling the p'ro'srsint for Ihe Frlnco's visit there, from' Admiral chief of; btaff, from Victoria that the Prince will play on "Ms tlatt to MacIeocT' for part, of ilay there, while four of Ills suite will be out on a prelrla chicken choot. His Royal Highness will, According lo the telegram, leave Maclcod about 4 p'clocK in the after- noon! There 'la no mention lit tho wire recefred llalsey to any, airangfiraebta In regard lo llie yitii lo Lcthbrldie. reccired al the city hall in reipact to the Tlilt ot the IMrlcg" bertr Jo the wire from Admiral. "reply lo the .sug- gestion of li old lug a hall here In honor of tuft The wire la from S-cairmus-and Is addressed lo the mayop. IV "In reply to your telegram of Sept. 19th to, Colonc] Henderson, His Royal HlglmpESr inuch tho sug-- BPEtiojr madq and, IMt IB ar- ranged, will ha glad to attend the ban. (Signed) "ADMIRAL HALSBY, "Chief of Slafi'." The Exact Situation gHiiatlpn In .regard to'the Tlslt of the Prince ns !l stp.nds nl.lho (here'hag hecn no acceptance of riny program of nr- ransciuonL ipndc. accenting the ball. Tho last' received No Foreigners on Committees Any Intention of Overturning the Government prin- Expressing bis belief clple of the soviet aud urging ihaijhe future, ol labor lay In political action land In Ihe Uir, and control of iho tawa in regard lo a loan ihe govern- ment was about and tho unsettled state ot ihe country denoted br ihe WiuuSpos .-irikc caused a doubt as to the security of Ihe- loan in the mind of fiuaii'-Ic-r. To show that ihe government ct-nM deal effectually with Ibis and lo nuiet the doubt In the uiJad of Mr. Morgan. Mr. lluil ihe workers' should give in Is a serious consideration. Ho looked lo the future when there would be a Labor government In Great llrltaln and in Canada, and drew attention to (he facl that was by no means rep- resented ID the proportion It should bo In Ibo federal parliament and In Iho legislatures of. the country. The chelr was laken by McN'abb. The meeting wab very sparsely attended. thai Ilie amendment to the Iir.mi Act was imt Ihrough and ihe i strong-arm was showa In tbe arresis means ol production by the workers, of ihe DR. 'JbhN McKAY Ihe newly appointed Prlnclpil of Manitoba college, Winnipeg, who has been as one of. Ihe leaders of discussion for the National Educa- tional Conference, which Is to be held lu Winnipeg1, Oclober (.Mr. J. S. one 01 me In tho late Winnipeg strike Mr Woodsworth concluded his ad. and now out on bail awaiting his trial L saylnK he hellercd in XorembT lor seditious conspiracy. of iho soviet It was r.drircfiscd a mecllne held the library oil evening.! !n tho Trades In'rcgard to Iho visit, belore Ihsl In regard to Ihe ball, was one from Ihe I'alHaer holcl, Calgary, dated Bept. 14lh. This was In.acknowlcds- inenL of the receipt of Ihe iBppcd out by Ihe committee of sr- ingements held In the city council hauiber. The telegram was from Colonel Henderson and read act now ledge the receipt j( your letter of ihe ]3tn inst. wllh elerence lo llie program for His Royal -A11H-KE It ts true that four bat of five pie over forty BufTcr froru jfum- Ehripifacc, -or-Pyorrhca. pccflo under thirty hXvo V.'omcn, particularly, cft-r tbo coincs, B'jbjcct to fyorrhca. At cuch be too circTul ripo-Jt'thdr worth took occasion lo say that lltlc of "Reverend1! ivnli "wliicli lie I ilghuesa1 to Lgllibrldge .and to Ilia ptms cone tpoajry-- They imlamc'cjul t E-hrinlL! Tho tedthrbzcocio -ho or othcr'ailmenii. pr. 'fort pua Under- i Forhsn'cfcr Uio It poEitivclyiprcyentaPyorrhca, if in liptf corjlalcatly. No ordmiiry tcoth will do .this. t cally M veil. Druch your teeth It. It .LcJta tho, teeth vhfeoandcicaa. If In, slart .using Pdrrjan's cr.d consult a dcnfhtipirn'cdiatelyforEpeuial Ircal- iirorro you llial, as It .may ho i sarv to make some changea In corj- necllon with His floral Hiehncis' rlilt 0 your town, the whole program li being considered nm) you will be duly strike w.-ia ni (in nforrped wlien a definite decision lai beiD reached." Original Plani the question of ihe Prince's visit to tbe clly WHB (iral nioolctl. the lollowlnf wire ivas received by W. A. Buchanan. M.P., Irora Colonel Hen- son, dated July IStli: Am able to-orfer October 2nd tor visit to l.elhbrldge, from 1 to 5. Pro- gram to-include presentation ot ad dress, inspection ol returned soldiers, and. II possible, a stampede whlcn I bopo lo arrange with Mr. KnlthL" Kollowlns the wire Came an- other, dated Sept. trom the Fort Garry bold, Winnipeg. This was ad- dressed to the mayor, and read: "I beg to 'acknowledge the receipt 01 your letter or the 5nd Inst. Some lime ago Messrs. Ray and" Knight In- formed me that the 2nd ot Oclober was loo late for stampede at Loth briclge, b'ul they had arranged It Raatatoon. This lakes place the day arter tomorrow. Arter 1 have consult- ed wllh Admiral Sir Lionel Halsey, the chlel of Ills Royal Highness1 stair, strike. probably revisp the time which His noynl.HJGliness will have at .his disposal I.cthbrldge... possibly I mav he able lo maVe arrangements [or'Wm 10 hare Borne shoollnj in the VldnllT. :i ,J (S'tneS) "W.ftf. HEJfDBRSON, "LjflaL-tolonel, "Governor-General's SecretRryV No reply has been received to Llie I wire or the mayor in regard to the allI being -called bfl. The wjre was Tspatched Sept.' '23rd." v was lagged was not one which prop- erly belonged to In Ihul hc had now completely cut blnueK oil Irom all his lonner ministerial and was at present a longshoreman working In Vancouver; Winnipeg Strike Mr. Wooilswortli Elated lhat part of his mission was lo tell the truth In regard to the Winnipeg strike. In Ibat the same had been misrepresent- ed to the public and (hat Tacts bad been suppressed, lie was not draivn Into it directly but happened lo ar- rive in Winnipeg In" connection ivith the labor movement ,al the time the natural resources in ilial those who 11 [produced should Lnvc ilic use ol their (reduction and ILfU wlia! now went nlo the Imnds of iho few should go into Llie hands ol the many. High Cos! of Living The cost of living, the speaker Military Orders District onlen, .Va. by Brlj.- Geueral 11. F. McDonald, C.M.G.. D.S. O.. commanding Military District No. 13. Calgary. Alberta, September Slh, 1919. 2354. PermlMlon to Weir Uniform. Permission Is granted [or all rank] ivho are serving or who have served lu Ihe C. E'. F., to wear unllorm during the visit of II. R. H. tie Prince ol Wales. In this connection the attention of all officers Is called to District Order No. dated August 12th, 1913. M. D. N'o. 13, O. 5. A-10 F. OILMAN', UeuL-Cotonel. Administration M. D. 13., District orders No. 221, by Lieut.-1 Colonel C. C. Denr.ott, D. S. O., com-' Ing military district Mo. 13. Cal- gary, Alberta.. Sept. 12th. 1919. i 1234. Visit H.H.H. Ihe Prince of Walei- Thc atlcnllon ot all concerned Is called to Ihe following Instructions re- garding dress of officers of tbo Canad- _...... ______________ Ian Mllllla and Canadian Esliedltlon- In Ihe rest of Iho countries, ond'ary Korce, appearing at any function BIDE RIBBON TEA. If you wish to a cup of really delicious tea try Blue Ribbon All live grocers sell ft. put down lo llie circulation of ?aptr money. He fell that there, was financial collapse coming in Canada, which will bo held in honor c-r lie visit of H. R. 11. tbe Prince of Wales'. (a) Sam. Drown belts will be worn on all occasions. (b) Slacks may be worn at balls. (c) AH officers above the rank o( LieuL-Colonel. and all Elatl Officers of Headquarters' and District will wear swords. It Is not necessary lor other .officers lo wear swords er- cept those on duly wllh guards of honor, guards and escorls. (1I.Q. 293- C4 d. 5-S-19.) 13 M.D. 0. S. A. 10. Jlcnfrew is to have a Labor Temple, LABOR AND FARMERS SHOULD GET TOGCTHKI} WINNIPEG, Sept. between labor and agrlcullurfita WM advocated before, a meeting ol etocullve of the Dominion Li'oor by Druce Kddle, representing the cullurlslB. Mr. Eddie declared InterestE are the same and we work together lo get TeBUlte.1' suggestion received the enlhusiaiUc support of the executive. It was alli- ed thai plans are being made to hold meetings. In. Winnipeg lud adjoining constituencies to forward the buill by the federated trades unions, inenl. In l.hn interests of labor, lie -fell In with it. He repudiated the Idea thai the strike had any connection the 0.13.U. and slated that it was the outcome of labor trouble carried over from the preceding year itnd which had, EO i far as Ihose concerned in not been satisfactorily settled. In rcfetence to Iho strike, the speak- er paid that ho would like .to correct (he impression that it was trxc work of foreigners. They Imd very lltlle to do witb it. The were those who wero responsible and were willing lo tako full responsibility for liic same. In the strike coinmillees at Winnipeg and Vnncouypr.he had yet to lean; Lhal there were any foreigners oo. them. The Speaker's VenTon "I- willingly concede that a gopfl SI., 3 D., SC7 Si. PQItTHE GUMS UPHOLD'REVOCATION OF VANCOUVER CHARTER NEW ORLEANS, Ua.. ntcrnnUonal' Nrothcrhooil of Electri- cal Worker's ain orCn session .ot Ihelr coiivoutlon list night upheld Iho action of the ciecullvo rommitlec In hc revocation lasl year ot a o Ilio Vancouver, causo ol-lhc sllcgcd Interest of some ot the members with Iho The grievance committee up- leld the action anil later in the main nody tho delegates voted Bpproval-.of both committees. IF STATELY r PIONITY Is' "choice'for ,1'monument wo submit a variety MonvmenUl "Works ftj; atieet, 3rvlh, -r J k. lo .'an em: ifngj 'no thought.- bt- cstab.lshjhe a soV'iel said Mr. Woods in_ account or' -the Vjis tpte'n OUCH, THAT OLD Juit get out Ihmt Sloan'i Liniment "knock It g W BRENT prepared tor that quick switch In tcmperatarc, were you? Left you still, tore, (nil o( rheumitlc twinges! You should hare had f. bottle ol Slosn's Liniment that would soon caMd up the muscles, quiet- er! the lumpy, painful, aflesled part without ruhbing, ing feller Helpful In ill ot Inmbago', rclntica, eilemiil sbrehe'ss', sllfrness, slrAlna, aches, Apralns. Get R hotlte your TOc, ll Made In Oananft. Sloan's Keep it hanrly HAY for SALE i.Wo- flre.Jjoohlng ordpra now Immediate delivery And Int- 'er 'deliVery at very "reanonnblc Can furiilah any kind or R rail 3 you mar Mftnf (nrmQrs suffered hcayy ArtdT iTtCcnvcrilCruCo InfL eearfpn through Irresirtnsiple aonrcis. It will "pay" you lo Heal only RELIABLE "HXV OEALER8 S3 1 EftvcrHh Avt. Ctlgiry ualnf my wife 1 able lo do her own hoiiflswork an did All hoJseclC'anfDK- The aorenea anil pain In her side disappeared. {Signed) Adloi- l-ka ALL gas itopplng" M'ocrtich ai-l liVbTANTIiY, Bmpttcg BOTH and lower bowel, flushing HNTIR alimentary Kemoves til fmi mailer which Ofie OURFS conBllpulIon, Presents We hftre.. Hold Arllftr-l k Ic. of buck thom, cascira, sr.d nln Rim pic too seriously in (hat its present use only implied Rny one of ullm-radlca' Reports, as to the Htrifee were rerj- much contorteiranj i AH an n remark more in R Jocular than in a marie by the strikers, lhat the UQ flnlshea parliament building be usci aB_ thD new laljor temple, Ihe proposal for the Eame wns liclng dfs Vis re.pdrXcd to be Btrlkers intended to lake possession oT llie parHameQl. buildings tind to es- tabl'fsh1 soTlefgoverninent in Winni- peg. Qolng into Ihe details of the strike, Mr.'Woodsworth said, lhat the slogan of (.tie leaders lo Iho ID en wzjs "Keep" fiutel." It was n6t till tho latltr parl of the slrikc Ihnt Ihere was any Tlolence. The Dollce .liatl applied to HWllalc themselves with, Lhc strikers and, accepting ihe pro- the strikers by a vole agree'd should con'llrmc in tjiclr du- MRS.in (own. The. J city council, altcrnplcd to force the police to renounce ihetr aEfiliallon and on their refusing lo do ao they were dismissed and special police Ap- pointed. Bloody Saturday Mr. -Woodaworlh Tveni into nn ac- count of Hie notorious scene at Winni- peg when, the' police charged Lhft crowdj laying the blame on the police, lie returned men, no said, Intended o have a peaceful, silent paradtvaiiri ere going to have Lhclr wires Lake i part In' the procession. The strike ommlttee endeavored Lo dissuade iem, anfl while an interview ivaa nXlng In the Alexandra hotel, ie mayor Issued n proclamation.lliil here was to be no parade. Tho cC-m- ELlee had noL left the holel befora ie mounted police arrived on ihe treeta. The parade was never form- d, and, as far as ho -was tho llol'Act. had not been rtaJ when tits o.lcer some of whom were poor rldera h homes borrowed from Kcilon's store nd who woro chaffed by'soine of.liia rowd for Ihelr horscni'ah- hlp, through .the' people. ilfsJ lies'were, thrown- by some of.' the rowrt And the lorfs of life and Injuries which, were reported followed. Mr. Wcorftworth'a Arrtal- Referring -lo )ils own arresl, Mr said thnt he look hold of he Wcelern Labor News, Iho dlrlke lulleMn, on Iho Bircsl ol Ivens, nrnl coprlnclcd It for .-He was nr- and one of tho proofs' to annslanllalc this was the IJECT of manuscript found he premises of journal which had not appeared as yet In print. These n eluded a quotation from A. speech of Arthur Ilcnderwii lu regard Tnbor proWcm a quoUllon 'rom Ihe Bonk'Af Isnlflh. Within lour of, the Arrests, hc stated, amendment was passed in parl la men thai, the men could bo fiiimmarlly deported, depriving even man born out of Canada of the rlgh of Irlnl by contender WAS the Import of Ihe amendment It Hie new Irmnlgrftllon Act. According to IhD amendment, he-urgad. crcr> mnn, whether ho wns n Brlllsh sub Jcct or not, had to be-natnrallzcd hc was hoi born In Onnda and ever after this hc WHS llnulc to be dnnatur In of Iho BpcaV.e of Ihe Blrlkcrs wns a polLl! on (lie part of the federft governnicnl, In the report ho, hoar' Ihnt the flnancfnl condition of lh country a bearing on It, 1'ler pent Morgan al lha lime wi3 la i They Lighten the Salesman's Job The keen salesman Chiclets. They put "pep" in his stride between calls, refresh arid invigorate. :They relieve the tedium of "waiting for your man." 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