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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Ays, ^^^^ eh.. THE TJETttRRIQte IJAtX^Y BEItAI/I) � II I r I ' - I ��� r- iii---fT' I Villi r..... ' I I ' ' '............... SPEECH ON THE Al Energetic Reply to the Asper-sipns ol; R. B..Bennett on S^iUthfern Peoples : The following 1b the Haaaard re-' tart'ot J>r, Wa*noclc's ap^sch on the navy, In which ha r�pUe4 to tho as-i cerfilpnB of |t. 5. lennett, th^ Albert* ^Tory leaapr, (Te tiie Mormon naople; Mr. OhalrmaB: When I had thei hqh-�or to apeafe.on thlp queatlon sotne time auto, I stated that I va? waU^r-ahly QpiMjaed to th� pvoposaj Qf the ; gpvernment to apeud �35,000,000 In !> oonBttuctlng- three batlleBhl'Ps to he .handed' ovir to th�t British A^vtraHy. One of my reasons was that^as thew : abips are tq be manned and maintain-vfd by Oreat Ba-ltaln,"^re aJejsddlnif to the already- heavy burden of the, British ..t'axp8y�i",iby.Baddllnar.him wiitli: the maintenance of threc: superfluous " dre^djioughtB.'Slncar expressed that opinion, 1. have had no reason to change my views, and, indeed,; I aia more oonvipced than ever thOtt the government's. polioy of ooutTlbiition is a mlstalte, and is not the matbod besC caloulated to; render an effielent i ;ass(Stan'0��" to the Motheriaad In tlnie V of need. 'My belj^ in thla baa bfi'fth strengthened dutring' the pMt 'ti79 days by' conversations I have hfid with a friend, a,tiitt^vejbwn Soottibr  .man: lilte myself.v'whoi'haa 'Juat Te-i tt'rned to "Oftnada after spending Ova -' nion^hs in th* hOmalandi^ During that � time he has 1)aenln close tonoU wlti piibHo opialobi hfs � traveJled In n�ny ' distriota 1^-Soqtla&d, Bngland and Ireland, slttoe the rljjht hon, the Prime" Mlijister nnQunc�d his aavftl �olloy In; DeoeniTjer la^t, and he iiii no hesitation Jn stfttlpir that the,Qf the peopta In the Motharlaftd. 'whije � i deeply fliratetuj vfor .'Canada's. 'ptt�r;'and , display of loyalty, jret^^^daij'recate the form of that offer, Thef^reat ma-, '�'Jdrlty of the' people lei^prfeias ihii ' inlon that Canada should buil^r.'Qitin,' atid maintain, a vt^vi^^t ber ftvri, pre^ pira to ^ff�04 a-hePpfl Aod ,t�lth tnHftad'ortws of ibj6-bod{ed aea-ni)li^li9a'ottt . t^aVBr)^t�'�'Kr,Taf iiri(aV\e opinion the-9rMit�t am^fwJnr^tlie Mew- ,V;;:-l^r '^emo%dum .'to| tiie-.Can^n this unsradoUB baoktceeplng: Canada. Tvould have had her ships, inf toad of l-�indlng them to us on a running, ac-_ ^K^unt, subject to' wlihdrawal, and %';>\')ld yet have made a h^&dsoipe And deflftJte cqntrlbution to imperial d!�� fence. It Is necessary 16. know wliiy, with theise advantttgea oleariy in vleiy^ the jtmperlalgoverntoent having ao-oepted Sir Wilfrid IJaurl^t's view of Canada's ndval iresi?^nslbil]ty,; should revert to -^Mr. BOrdea'a less logical aii4 less practical plan, c "The dUSftjon 1� -the more urgent, bepanse, as the t Liberal lyresSi, without an exception, ihefi dtyined) the Canadian offer, is not oiadondltionai, and Is, in effec^, exchanged for what Mr. Borden dearly regiirds as a substantial; meed of pQlJticaVpo^'er] 'Canada. Is to have regular tonlaterlal representation In the boqimjtfee'of imperial Defence, and Is iilkma^ly to ao-(jwlre her full shave i of, influence over th* foreign PQllcy of the Bmpiro. In other words; she may.tender coiin-eel. and if it Js'not accepted, iSiay withdraw her ships; Again> are 'we perfectly l>rank with her? "If wc tool; an article in Monday's Times, as n niodel, '#e'Bhonld''sSy that we havb misled her, because our own minds are confused. According to the Times correspondent the ^ Committee of Defence has no 'power' and no 're-sponsi'bility,' savfe when the Prime Minister agrees with it, 'Jjurely owa�>Uve,' and its 'characier' will not. be altered .by the appdiuWen^ of a. Canadian minister.'. , At the-same time, the 'usefulness 'of the committee ill be,'greatly Increased' by 'the Canadian, elenient. Tfie mame confusion appears in the statement of the ajction of the committee under the new membership. This ds tJ>produce a clpaer and more continuous rela^ tion^Up' betwesta the. BrIUsh; and Gft' nadi offer^jd;, v^a ya�,itkiik W'-Veieot'eMlIt Bewtnae, >thns pJowlxj^ out at tlla>lmp^Jlfil je-^tlonBhip;ta the, h^is of .p^ys^i^nti Ih �astt-'daw'i|>;,:and tl^ns lB-;'tl^t* unitedness l�'tfe^BaChljfSltsV4.TSS|titorT^ toifollowJoutr Ita^fivnsy'llne-of i-mafcion-al'devwlopmentj-andmt^ndtoi Its'own �|filll^i^(#'^hiO�fPrii^tid�5':tlle^ ,iCliar'ge.^;of.rttft*"dut|p,g!ltt^,t^ .PCTial .def^M�.^^,t/If^^Uft �GMadiaii:? gSv-lernm'ent^ pers^lBfsUlnJvlta," endeavor V discharge ths^^.dutyfby-'ba^tapaynients it6';�re�t�r-�;pj;.'l.,do our. % tJ|h*9m,olJ^^Ma ->ii4t�if4V*.l?ropBlSjt^ .b^i^'g .battlp,hlp�.'-^hJ^' inwiMd malntaljwd 'by QUij�WJi8- Mllit '1 do, thln]S;|o--'i>T?AeOft7^ } r-^at hou. leader of tbe opposllifm, that of asa� ipr the last three years. Sli" Hlohard MeSride, Premier of British Columibla, has, quite recently, ag'd^ drawn attention to the peril ot tl^ei Pacific coast. I a^reo with ihuc^' that he said wlU;.. regard to the Ja||: anesQ. menace, and I baliever hi� war|^ ings should be heeded by our ine^�i>a^r| government. We^ know that Jap*fl already has a strong and efficient! navy, ^nd those energetic, enten(rl�-Ing people m steadily engaged in perfecting what will, in the hot veijy distant future, be ono of tha fl;iest naviee aflw)vt. Accoi'ding to a ofecatit despatch from Bydnpy, New ^oi^th TVales; giving a: rejwrt of at? IntM*; view with a gentiaman who im^d Juf^t arrived in that city twim Japan, tii6 government of Japan is planning >& tremendous etsspanalon, of her hav^ ptfwer .'luring the present year. The despatch. Is aa foUowa: . "That the government of Japan 16 conCemplatlug a great expansion in naval construction in order to compete with thc programme maPPW out ny a power unnamed, was' the stated ment made by a passenger on the Yaw'atu M;aru, which, arrived in this port from Toltlo today. Interviewed by the liSrenlng News; the visitor re-' ferred to the new administration Just in power in Japan in term^' which have startled Australasia, af Austrahana and New Zealand�rs haVe always looked upon Japan as the na,-tionmost likely to attempt t^^.oa^� quest of the. continent. "According to the Intel-view', Ihe newcabinet in Japan favor a big expansion of the navy, and have already a scheme under consideration to cattry out their Ideas. � Qiioling- from official g^erdment publications, the. vjiifor saysf- � 'Ygii see-that great secrecy,;ls :belnff:keB,)i; by the": Japanese goVeiameatv as to its future policy. However, .these particulars, which I-am going fg; give, you ahow that the government; feas'Ter solved to follg^r the lead; takehyliyrC certain naval-.power,- whlclj-, is; nqt .mentioned by name, and have,;.d-cided upon the following, naval pro-gramme.. No less .than seven., dreadt 'houghtsj.JcosUng. fyi5;Q0OjaW..:MU bullfcji � fpuK 'B:py^'aWps so maij^nediml^W-Ti^^ iWiJ^fHJiy^iw^i-:.^' � Bn|emyj;s;miser?i i-b^Jl.j.ftlpo;,,,^ aelf'-own officers , and,.', their ^p-mai order; it was merely a suggestion. Mr, Waraock: 1 have lived in the West for over twenty years and as - farmer member of this House I ireswt th�^ atalemeuts mada by the hon* memhei: for Calgary. I am going to quote the opinions of certain well Ittfornted gentlemen to show that t!he remarks of the hon. member for Calgary wer� 4ait� uncalted for. Jtr. J^oEijUy; I Tlsa to & .point of order. The hon; gentlenian is spealdng antUely bei^idp' tbe^ q^uestion. There is nothing atput clause 2 of thts Bill in thi aiattar witloh h� it discussing, lie is entirely outride of rule 18 in that reta**." Mr> Bugslej' Surely the hon. mem-bw;. bin* � i:lght: to answer a speech t4ad� by aapt^yse tapn. member on this �M|�ttijBi., Ifhi^, (5|&aitaH8B: 'SPhe hon. merber mat tem om Typographical Union No. 551 in the k. r hall: Saturday, April 19th DANCING 8 to 12, DOORS OPEN 7.30 Invitations ckn be had from any m^mbf^tr of the union or by applying to the Morning News; or Lethbridge Herald. Invitations 4re''llmlted. �ttf, ahd t/S d|si�h�lty.^,� tlpi *y O^ada, .Austfsv�a\^si-'N^w Mr. W�*nopK,3 'Fbe CalgajT 'Herald' l^: Gtestalrs and otiar placwj, ln.4he,K9:sence of M. S. Me-1 Cartiiy, Jim :Y:Qung, MeConneil and| othei-Wo . ... H. B. Bennett. Ott^wai February; 28i 1913. Pasties In the. qity of Lpthbridgp. wilch very from Cardston InnrflR^iatgly took.ujBi the matter. They Interviewed some^ of. the oldest rest-dents^ a'n'd mos^ jixominent men in CardatPh.. %nd i-have. hese the, answer ,9*.(^Jr.Jesephr?^ one of the. ag-greifsiTP ; feaseryative workers of Cardatpn whio "waft. ;�iuestion9d by thP .'^erflidJltt .peferefte^i to the story of .tha hfi?n :tnfi�i)jier; four ..Oftlgairy: When the t^elegrajo as; tjufillahed la the Cai-gajry; 'Bei'ftld' vaA read to hhn, Mr Card 9^d; Please-(mofea),ft,&� saying that the ata|t�t)dti|l^t l8-'':aba?t|itply false. Nothing'of thp kind f/;j?j^"haBBened. Nevpr did >th4-'p'eop& hPi^'e>|�f; American birth 'TJien p. A/'Sa^mer,' ex^mayor 7 ~, �   > of OardSt'oaV ^ B^aj||iifh'a has lived in '^^ domed the statement, and sajld be teWa*Jf j-M)'v ?Ba|i4^^ gtat�ttient' as' a him this timP;: anU hetca(idot;''denyi lla�rf^l^''w'sijit tS;;sa^^^ I have lived Isread ;to,audlenc9^?afteE within tprti ij�llea' of the town of audience he will be kept busy ax- Cafdi^tptt.^f�.^pveifftWty jears. and P^^^^ , , have,;^employpdi;M9�3?TPi''3'^'l> I desire, tp,i call attentlonftothe -ror, the honVvUi^llieif ;�pr-'C^^ c-.,^.,i:.uralu-.^^,,:^an-nrnvp and; nayalj stoves,,and'-Tso;foiftK;; gCu- 4m%M^W S"'^*^ ^^tw.whe of government workshops/or,Ipy ep|| y^Fllt%;i|^oae.PWple. \tWnH �^ couraging private en^erprisei^.to mm ,m>^^W^n-~^^^'^^'^: 2%^^^ up the plant .and power necessary :to. mS^Mm^^' 'f ? h!ve al accomplish the.wrhole 'qf.the^ niai^H- Mi^^k.^^.I^T.\t^l^^riS:t faoture of thes6.'but.tnal! the .wo, ''^^�futiq7Pti|, it Ha� gressive advaiceinqpt should M, ^J^'' �i* ��P ^tll La. 'gradual with small beglnftffc� TICKETS $1.00 1..A0IES FREE. 'if tj^C'^frotn M s is IppI ipESBentajiji Ir lh-� e.enlnr attem'el 01 ehPid d\,tlo8 �nd �urh�'uj-> lud I'l lu He weie lyji*''' V 1 n 111 lurMo condiol iftl navy. iV'tline^of 'p'a^oe. - . liope this sepnferdhcp will bfr-^'Iieir^ yatch the aiiltudrof tH,e 6Mm?nt'flLlty*l?' i,T5Vw�r{h*y,haye been gHeypdii-ly dls'appolnjed, 'with the.Bjijall returns 'l*pnt the sale Pf th#r crop?, m �Sovf'Miave;,dltfloulty, la .mH3�; ithfe' ttPtpi/and ?>fww*�V�ff;; . 1�|; at-V?l>lol^)?li/dS^3^;tfe JiiwiBh,,., m^^nan^^||^^,,fil^?i^ iiii?^igr bo ti.. Wilfrid Lauriar. ^i|in ot uulM ing (I naiionai ''iinaillan i'av> pio vidcs to, iiaj (uturi rMlefi nhlrh th oenira' po^cr ma; do^l s. Iht tin aitlil loMui nuini gie^l OBh Columbia Legiriaturo a snort] time/agp,,I feel sure'.thif she �M depended upon to �tro^g>.i)ltgf?\t -OanlHa. fulfil ,her,>|ii(rp^^6nt AUBtcfIla,^aaa st*tj,pn 'a;fteW^;^41t;|n Pacik c'oVtxof ,.pi eipresa wirprlse, Blr,| Miat ffii hAvp lipard bp Uttl' Iiotn hpp membfrs^ifor ]S];ftltil)�t-en in eputta Afrlna. M^#fi5yeu8t J rwMUils Mfi tm a jl�>t tp obJJC to f'ls 'Ihe hpi^ jnembu l8 lendlug Mt tpr lh� sake V�.r;WU-eolde the point of o'Jer Vf Ohiijiman, I wbttW llfeeVtP 'iMiit out 't^kvClri "f^QurJnbWB iiaUlatnentar^ procciSure pttftP �>clt Th^ {-.on, p.tmbpi foi SS/W tS til"** * P'' * cEl *l�fciio* �a fte l^^tadt to take rtT*�mepls I I'ttT* wrpid, and ho; wnl''>'bp.aBko4 lo'fe^pJdlft l'p��'ac-, Buro hln iLat iIm 'v| 1 lp*t i"'" Of hlB lltenm? I ao thak >Uat| hlb awlannt;on ^\lll gfif him man- {ss;-,fc'V�'A*..'j; ajHUf^ In-M�intiottl l Tne Inir lo-at q' seabon ha* co'mmenoed i^iijl , imllar btaitmjnbts jti n In Can.Ja fiMc J y =np Qj;' -y- %\ U'ouf a >���ag3. vkommhood, and c^.lltl^ooa lust ^arrived Jn tne nc ;