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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta FIlllUY, SKPTKMBER 2C, 1919 Tim IKrilBP.lDGE' DAILY UP.HAI.D PAGE NINfl The Value of Saving perhaps, ihey invetted, but they fint had to accumul- ate capkal. IIEHYOF1 Declares Canada, Australia and New Zealand Earned Place in Peace'Counells i r PAUIjS, Sept. Prumier C'leinencer.u In tha course ol a Kreil'syei'ch In Ihe chamber of depu- ties, uiglng ratification of the peace treaty mil Iho necessity of malniatn- iiiE the" lu peace as in -war, referred with deep emotion lo Iho lioroUoi of tho Aus- irallail and Canadian troops. "Aro wo to refuse these men. Prem- ier of Auslralla, Premier Bor- den, of. and Premier MsEsey of N'ew 7-ealanfl, (he gralltuJe we owa ho demanded. They uclonj to the empire, but the same blood Is In their Iveltis. Never would England secure from Ihcm a vote contrary to the icieresta ot their own countries. Well, ['found them to bo friends of France, Must Ihcrs' nol have been" .'something (lie' )ntnis antl lir-artj of thcaejnen from the- con- tho Pacific In induce tlitm lo spring to- arms aod come .to us In courage and strength: Do' you not realize'ihc solidarity which Is being treated aiul that II Is folly lo rc- having Introduced them ir'6 lUo council of tne legane of The firu step to- wardi yyeallh is to open a Savings Ac' count. The second n (o uve regularly. Come in and uk about our simple, convenient, Savings Accounts. Intereit compounded every six months toon amounts up, Ex-l'res. -Wallers Tries To Ex- plain His Position Hut is .Howled Down Calls Off Northern Ontario Shooting Trip to Spend More Time in Winnipeg VICTORIA. II. C.. Sept. 25.--: Tlio Prlnco oT Walus has deckled to fort; no l hla hunting trip In the I) i SPOILS hi g Ontario, district in the middle .ol Oc- toLe'r to permit of his paying a rfrLurn visit to and also his pro-' posed visit to tho mining districts of j Cobalt and Titnmlns. Out or peg, ivhere Iho royal parly will re-} main from October 10 until October H, tho prince will be given an njjjior- lenity Lu shoot, Oucks on Hie .Manitoba The Itinerary un lo I'oriace la Prairie stnnda as originally planned. Arriving in during ihe af- tornoon ol Oct. 10, the royal jmty wlll hall for tho second visit to Iliu city and tho prince will attend a popular liiill uliicli has licen arranged for that evening In It is understoml thai the program in Winni- peg will be iiiroiiiial and I lie prince will spend' the time renewing ac- quaintances In the city ami partaking ot Iho hospitality ol Mnuitobaus. Leaving Winnipeg on Oct. 14. the royal party will go straiRht to Cobalt via North Bay and the Ccuiuduin Gov- ernment. Railways, arriving in ilic mining town on Oct. 10. The prince will spend [bis day between Cobalt and Tlinmins, ivhlth lie Will leave on Ihc evening or Oct. 10 and resume his original stay at llnmilton on Oct. IS. From (here llio program will be car- ried out as projected. fine Tabor M ft aisl town, and there arc 'A number 01 miutrs well as OLilzdf? wlio '.rouM Ix; delighted TO five or UP. ruTf-.s or JunJ on which lu unke a home. Tins property 'Jiidi-r IrriRalJoii and Jim adjoining tin? tuwn us It does, will In a very shun liiuu worth I'.vo hundred it Is v.lisu can bo ruiaed ou au acre of uader ii inleusive As I SllU IS lO client a mi IO-AR. and as [lie mines rarely ihrougl) ilie summer, v.ork rive or IC-L miner could t acres, wblch w living and enalty bitti lo have a give him a good o-jM no doubt be glad lo get bold ol! of kind. H is about time our town fathers woke up to the imprests of the citt- K at large, It is to be hopcJ tbat they ivlll see tu It thai IlilE vulu- ble properly does cot full into Ihe hands of or grader, who will then turn around anil dole ilia property out la small allotments (a our citizens at b'g prires. IUUJSH GAU11B. Taber, Alia. McKENZIE KING WILL ACCEPT P. E. I. NOMINATION CHAJU.OTTKTOWN, P. K. I.. SepL MacKenzic-KIpE is to arrive IL Stiramerside ou Oct. 1 and give an on Ihc folloTrring nlfihl. when Then, too, there I he will formally accept Ihe nomina- ioe of our Ttteraos whol tiou for Lruce county. IfAMILTON, Onl., Sept. '25 A storm of h'r.ef dfiratlon broltc almost imme- upon: Ihe resumption 'of busl liess Uy tlie: pomjnion Tradea and moratne. jEi-Piesldept J.-.-.O. Wallers at- templcd 'to oiplain.iils side of the con- troversy regarding representation on tho conference. J. WV.SVnkmsoii, chnirman of the conimlttea of officers' reports, took excepI-Iou.-dec.UirlnK thai the report embodying the statement regarding the conference had been carried. ,i -Mr. VY-atlerjTu'rged thai.he be al- lowed to expla1n_hls position, hut no pir.llon rcqucsttoe reconBlderation WHB [forthcoming. "It's an sbBolule crime, that Mr. cried one dale- Kale.- "Sit down, alt retorted a number ot Pandemonium followed, and It Traa .lomo lime bcfotft President Mooro could Owl to the-Jncluslon in the re- porjj of the British Columbia Federa- tion of Labbr'tb the Domiaion Tradea and Labor. Contrail ot reiolatiODR re- co mm ending1 "Industrial organization o( the Workeni ipd principles of One Bis Union movement, the com- rnltteft' recommendM reference to the committee oh conetllutEQQ and law. The Tecommendatton waa adopted. Writs Issued By G. W. V. A. Of- ficials Against Pres. Flynn of U. V. League dipiitieo lien's League (UNDErJOMINATIONAL) Uii.'l, Sunday at 3 p.m. Speaker-Rev. Dafoe Greatest Need in This Day of Crisis" CLAUDE HUGHES EVERY MAN AND WOMAN SHOULD HEAR THIS DISCOURSE I OPEN DISCUSSION LADIE3 INVITED EVERYBODY WELCOME People's Forum TORONTO, SepL ire be Ing issued against J. H. Flynn. presi- dent of Ihe United Veterans' League, for alleged slander of Great War Vet- erans' The tB arc taken ouL ou behaH of I.Us provincial execullve of the Greal War Veterans' Association of the West Toronto Greal War Veterans' Assoc- iation and ol Secretary George Gus- Ur, ot the Utter body. Tha wrlLa are tXe result ot the state- ments alleged to. have made by Flynn that the Great AasocIitUm were in.the tbe government and "Veteran" tbe organ of Great War VeUrtna' Aasocia- tlons, wia Bubeldlied by the povern- ment. MAKE GOOD USE OF THIS, LAND Tabor, Sept. 25, 1919. Editor, Herald: see by tho Taber Times of the JSlli of September that tlie tonn council of Tober bavo decided to sell by tendtr the Hull'liomeElead. being the southeast quarter ol Section 32-3- 16, the said property comprising 1GO ocres, more or less, to- be sold block or In -ID-acre blocks. There are also olhcr 7S acres soulb of the C.P.R. tracfc which be of fered for sale in one block. This is all "very valuable properly as it is nd- lDinp tbe town of Taber. Thia land praeticaliy all comes uu- der the irrigation plan, 1 ,am told, .excepttng about .17 acres, nil ITALY WAS "WARNED IU1- LVB goTernmear, Inrormed last July of plan i ot IJeot Gabriel a d'jlnnuntio for hU Flume adventure, according to tbe paptr ATintl, eitracU from which wero lodajr from' to llie olfi- clKl informillw nf the {dom of lie Serbs, Croats and Slo- venes. The paper "also" asserted that .he allies were told of ihc acllon of D'Annunzlo's accomplices In Flume ong before llie soldier-poet carried out his campaign. OTTAWA, SflpL George ;Tester has. given notice Dial will move ip the Monday a resolu- tion proYldlnj: Tor cootlnuancc of tha Tioiverj di the .Canadian wheat board for a period of months after the passing of lofflilflllon and for the miV Ing of any resnljllpna concerning the An- resolution provider, that Lba.powen, duties and rights of. tho board of grain auperrleora lor Can- ada "Jib conllnuefl In lull (orce and crfcctrinsofari may he necessary or conveTifent for winding up and con- .unsettled It also provides (hat the guarantees Jin el undertakings given by tho goyer- hor-lrj-councll to banVaanrl grain deal- ers respecting payments be ratified find confirmed, ajHTconlhiiicd lit force. Thla action because tho Canadinri ffhoal boarvl was crcflted under tho provisions of the War Meas- ures Acl. SAILORS TO HELP Scpl. of the executive of tin marina