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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETir.nmiK3E TTEKA1J1 DecciMbcr IS, LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD OICIMBKR Pubtlihed by H.ra'ld W, A.' BUCHANAN T. W. JOHN TORRANCK PHONKl Editorial, Reportorlal And Department 12 24 PHONIl AdvtftUlm Circulating 1252 S months, delivered, 1 month, delivered 3BC, Addreitiiei ubaaftd u oftca m TKK DAILY CroM liooh Store: J. O. Roberjfion Co.; Jactuon Co.; AleE- iindru Hotel; store; Kenny Allin. W. Hamilton. Flnchtr J. Mltclutt: D. L.- A Book Fernts, B. EeaL I months, >y 1 month, by t.tp'uii tatk mm ton FOR AT M. ______ Ul Atchlnson. Diamond City Drug- Cfc VincoUvtr, A Bran, Tha, Jamlewn 705 Altw C.P.R. tralm THK WEEKLY HERALD Published every Wednesday "lu eieht'oVTnore' pages, rtd ft summary or Hie news or the local and district 1 year In advance.........11.60- 2 months In fi months In The True Naval Policy SIDE BY SIDE with the counter policy, introduced as an amend- ment "by Sir Laurler, the naval program of Mr. Borden fades almost into insignificance. Through- out the former throbs the true imper- ial spirit, offering in a whole-hearted manner aid in-which- the Dominion .takes a real part. H.is not. a gift, wearing, ance of being forced on the giver to 'save, his.facS. For that, is' what may be said--of- -the -Borden nontrilmtioiu That policy easy way of. a duty which it is realized by the" nation owes 10 JlotliorlandV There is.aboiit'U a mt'fceriary flavor, one which is appli- cable to' the man who long! build -up a great naval organization within a quarter, or perhaps, half a century, and that even then it would be but a' poor and weak substitute. If this is the opinion held by its lead- ers, then surely the time is far distant when this Dominion will take its pro- per place in the Empire which the best of its sons hopefully look forward to. The excuse if tolerated must bold almost for Interminable years, and .serve the purpose o'f protracting to the Greek Kalends tlie day when serious naval preparation should be started." Contrast this with' the Lnurier pol- icy .with its splendid optimism; father- ed by a firm faith in the power and resources of our country. It is not to be wondered that it touched the pulse of those who felt with him when it was announced in the House, and OUR POINT OF VIEW lUs tho defeat of reciprocity raud< the .fanners rich? markets nro u HOCI in tde