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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Dm-iuhcr 13, 1912 THK DAILY HERALD Quality Tells! The emphatic demand of the public is lor ff Tea and "Salada" Only. Black, or Uncoloreti Qrecn Scaled) Packets Only Refuse Substitutes FREE Snmjilo Mailed on Enquiry. Addruu i To LIBERAL POLICY OFFERS TANGIBLE ASSISTANCE (Continued from front If they differ'as to the'policy pre- sented Ifi'ia arc frankly pluwj, wherever such a British couutod soniu yent-s IJut let Uiiu Is removed, Uiut sliip should be re- policy bo adopted, and thon tho full placed by a ship built, maintained I quota which at one time of equliinpd and manned by the country'our ships in the distant seas, would be concerned. This is Che, Australian and the white ensign, policy this should lie Die Canadian which has been for BO many centurion Page 5 ought to be thc Cana- dian, policy. 1 insist once more up. _ what is staled in- the memoran- dum. "There ls no Immediate danger. There is no prospective danger. If there were an emergency; If Eng- land were in I will not use that will not say If England were in danger, but simply If England were on trial with one or two more of the Great Powers of Europe, my hon, friend might come clown and ack, not thirty-five millions, but twice, three times, four times, thirty- five millions. He would put at the disposal of England, all the re- sources of Canada, and there would not be a single dissenting voice. Hut this is not the condition with which we have to deal today. condition with which we huvo the symbol of England's naval wrld. would again unfold Itself on tl he on seas. Then, sir, wtf would see, I sides the white the color' the young nations themselves atte, ing the solidarity between mother a, da lighter. "That Is the policy which we hav adopted: that is the policy which w Intend to follow. 'But, I may uo told that this Is n the policy recommended by the A miralty lo the Prime Minister. Sir, deny tho fact altogether. My rigl honorable friend did not go to En land to consult the Admiralty about policy. It Is evident that when in ight honorable friend went __r land he hail abandoned the policy o n Canadian navy. He wein to Englan ......It Is very clear from the last para 'Phel graph of the memorandum, to as to what they would accept as Inimediat acy has not often shown itself to ._ advantage but we are not to draw convinced that the policy which each the conclusion from this that" Eng-. m advocates is more conducive to this land was indinercnt to our interests. I o e qucs which we did not Know before. Every! lion: 'What is the true Is i "1 WC k'nCW end 'each has in mind. The Nothing of theikind. Neither country waited with great impa- to draw tho conclusion that Ensland woril thai is ti tlence for thc Premier's announce- desired to make no sacrifices in our! figure we knew" 1 may nrn ment and now after, consultation interests. The only conclusion we ,..nr.i with the admiralty, the announce- can reasonably draw is that in these memoraiiVim was discu- I ment had been made. Mr. Asquitn, mail-ore British diplomatists ycars ago'. We deal today is, simply what 1 In other words: he went to described a moment ago. This is land to ask what England would a England. Oh, did I say 'manned by! I must qualify that state-i ment. In justice to my right hcnor-[ rday, but in tue lace oi "'i'- un-nm oi ncr the ask the question not ace the entente cor i mi.- of the house of was 'ler son to accomplish is, what is thc duty of 'the we today receive the belief >i Canada That is the lines- situation as it has been made by the division of the two parties during the last contest." Some Tory Claims Sir Wilfrid then remarked that dur- It Cost Power Sir Wilfrid said that there are maritime powers lo which Canada was opposed, although he was not apprehensive of attack, but all must feathers and gold lace, but you, leavs agree that when increased arma-lic England to supply the bone and that be and Ills government are trying to trifle with that question by endeavoring to get some ships. There is a better 'way of doing us have a Canadian n.ivy as soon as prac- ticable, and then we will have all the ships built in Canada. I have reason to believe that the .Minister of the naval service, .Mr. Hazen, has actually to make. You are ready to furnish j an offer from one of the great British rear admirals, firms offering to build the largest pos- captains, officers of all grades, plumes, plant in .Montreal if he chooses from the Imperial authorities rilege of having Canadian offi- scr.vc on those ships. It's thc Limit "Oh, you Tory jingoes! Is that the amount of sacrifice you arc prepared tory the Greek commander who first, refused lo accept it, the commander- in-chief refused himself to strike Themistoeles. He said: 'Strike, oi the most important of tlic'ioreig powers have adopted a definite, pol icy of rapidly increasing their nava strength. 'That Ibis condition has com pciled the United Kingdom to con centrate its naval forces in home wa ters involving the withdrawal o ships from the outlying portions o the empire. 'That such withdrawal renders i necessary that Canada, without fur thcr delay, should enter actively up on a permanent policy of naval rte fense. 'That aiiy measure o! Canadian aid to Imperial naval ilefensc whicl not embody a permanent policy hear me. SIT, I have been struck, but of participation by ships owned, 1 still say.'hear me' in refutation of manned and maintained by Canada the charge that the Navy Act was In-J and contemplated 'construction in as tentionally, on my part, separative. 1 soon as possible in Canada, is not think it is sufficient for me to set up the record of my seventy years of life. I do not entertain, at the ago of sev- enty, many of the Ideas I had at twen- ty, or at thirty, or even at forty. an adequate or satisfactory expres- sion of the aspirations of the Cana- dian people in regard to the naval science and not an assumption by of her fair share in the trust. I have not lived in vain, and j maintenance oi the naval strength of that In the course of my long career! tnc Empire have learned something from obser- vation and experience. Let the mat the hoitse regrets to learn intention of the government ____________ _. 6W.M1 :er he settled once and for all, my indefinitely postpone tiie carrying j_ ments are going on we cannot ford to be idle and rest upon own security. It had been said Quebec that we could rely on Monroe doctrine. To anv one to have it. "1 now come to another subject sinew of those ships. Yo-.i say that which I would not have mentioned at 'these ships will bear Canadian names.jail were it not for some observation live party, a few exceptions, contended upon hundreds.of platforms in Quebec that Canada owed nothing j "e b; record of Cuba after the greeted by to England, This statement was cries of "N7o, no Sir Wilfrid said he was glac hear somc of thc gentlemen i American war. Spanish- Whcn the Cubans That will be the only thing Canadian about them. You will hire some one who j to do your work; in other words, you to the are ready to do anything except the fighting. Is that, sir, the true r that viiiiuiia Sir Wilfrid continued" desirous of removing yoke "Is that (ho true policy? It is a they appealed to the Unit-! hybrid policy. It is a cross between 1 .E0t ll'i nnd Nationalism. Unless 1 That price wasl if thev'are tiiolr mMar wlm lhev much more easy lu ere is now to destroy. i "11: rcusion and condition were imposed distasteful to the Cu- ban people. Where SUcnpth ,s Needed Wilfrid continued: "That made during the debate on the ad- dress by the honorable member for Kingston, Mr. xickle. During the last election contest I heard a-utl read it many times that our Canadian navy was a separate one, and that it v.-as, through something 'which was to be He was glad to think, there was no spirit prevailing now. This harmful doctrine had been "'c'1' be a eontribu: ingloii for revision anrt conditions tlOn money aml aa 'vvclL Continuing, Sir Wilfrid said, we had wrongfully heard throughout tho province of that owe nothing to Kngland she had sacrificed our interests in concerning the adjuKiment of the boundary be- tween tin; United States and Canada. Of his own part he saw it ft-atod such questions their diplotm selves onl mother in tho defense, not tive shores, hut of whole, .so that we IC I England Needs Men "It is not money that England wants at this moment. England never was wealthier than si'-e is at the present time. Her coffurs are overflowing. brains and the brawn of her subjects all over the world. It has been stated hope it will prove this generous contribution of thirty-five Famous "Pint of Cough Syrup" Recipe Xo Bctler Kenn-dy nt Any Price. Fully Guaranteed. "riends, here and outside, if any there nay be: "As to the contention of Mr. Nickle, that in case of war, our navy would be neutral, I have only this to observe: I said a momen-l ago that I hope I have not lived in vain, and I hope that I am to be given credit for some common sense and some knowledge. And my answer to that contention When England is at war, we are at war. (Cheers.) The thought of being ncutrcl would be like the command of King Canute to the sea, to recede from his feet. No action of ours could bring that i about. When England is at war, we are at war." In conclusion, Sir Wilfrid said: Canada of a permanent uaval pol- icy. "'It is the opinion of this house that measures should he taken at the MISS ESTHER CLEVELAND "The White House daughter f the late President erovcr Cle've-' and and Mrs. Cleveland, who has just nade her debut to society at'- her nothers beautiful home 'rlnceton, N. J. present session to give effect active- ly and speedily to the permanent pol- icy embodied in the. naval service act of 1010, passed pursuant to the re- solution unanimously approved this house in March, JI109. ays >'hen Canadian affairs were run rom iJiiwiiag street. Mr.i Crahait cS.iUeasr'xJ gov- ernment to pass a redistribution bill and go to the country on the The Nationalist Speaks Hon. L. P. Pelletier spoke, but by! did not conclude his speech, and will continue when the House meets to- morrow. He said that the government in its proposal is doing just as the Ad- 'This house further is ot the opinion that increasing in power and mobility the Imperial navy by thej miralty desires in the matter as- addition by (.enaila ui.der the above siBlance In naval defence act of two fleet units to he sta- tioned on the Atlantic ami Pacific coasts of Canada respectively rather than by contribution of money or lips, is A policy best calculated to afford relief lo the 1 nited Kingdom! in respect oi the burden of Imperial "Aml I as I said in the defense and in the words of 1 have endeavored to ap-1 admiralty memorandum to re- proach this subject on the same plane! store freedom to the movc- my right honorable friend: T do not! mtnls n' tllc British squadrons i a he has his motives when he states sr'1 and directly protect the NOT ALL HONEY {Saskatoon Phoenix) H IE plain from the comment oC British newspapers that Premier Gor- don's gift of is marred by the proviso that it must not be regard- ed as a substitution for part of tbe British naval program nut as an addi- tion thereto. The British people are Irving to figure out where they are :iis motives when he states' proiccii tne umy are mind the grandeur of our j of dominions, and that lie'ped to bear the burden of Sovernmrnt of Canada should such steps as shall lead to the plishmrnt of this purpose take ac- Make a, plain syrup by mixing two cups of gi-nnnl.itcil and one cup of warm and stir for two minutes. Put ounces of pure I'inex (fifty cents' worth) In a IG-oiince IjoUIe, and fill it up wHli the Sugar Syrujx Tills given you a lamljy supply of tlic licsl cough syrup at a savJnjj of 5.2. It never tpofis. Take a teaspoon- ful every one, two or three hours. discuss my motives when I say I proaeh the question in the same spir-i it. If we differ from him it is be-i nllK S cause we believe that under existing! solution i circumstnnres our policy is more con- dncive io what he has in mind-than from i i is the policy which he has idated r' i "Sir Wilfrid moved His amend' may "um'not incut: Ins supporters rose and cheer-1 cicccdino [or Oic purpose naval empire defence. vigorously. Dr. Michael Clark, of Ilcd Deer, back million dollars lo the Imperial treas- will create .1 deep impression in to Hie question I put a incut ago, upon tho condition L' obstlnaic co-J5i, m M hours, 'it tones up dosed In- Use memorandum of 11 I amcma the Great Powers. I tlie jaded awicilio and is just laxative admiraiti-. Let me stiff it holle.'t is tTue; not the Ira- to ba hcirifui in a cough, and has 1 AS a wSilt of Ito armSLf. lle Erc3tei' arc nnn- going on in Europe, the margin Of security Enelnnd re- lies on For licr on-n defense "she has lirsii oliliRcd to maintain hv I nations scal.lcred over the v.-hol. The effectiveness of this simple remedy started "God Save the and In a maintain by rrduc-' "jof this mcaey contribution tho na- lions of Europe were to see the young daughters of Die Umpire, tbe youn ini! the naval forces in ilic seas. Such is the coiiililion, nndl ask once more, what, is rcirrdv In our humlile )iuifimrnl. the rcnirilv is wherever on tte tant scai nr in tlie dislnnl conn- world, hlllldini; fleets of their own i lo use thc language- of the resolution] of Sir Wilfrid here vcad tile resolution of and eonlimu'd: "Would not that ereato a throat tickle, sore lungs and and an unetjualed reinedy for whooping couch and oroup. This recipe for making cousli remedy with PInex and iusur Syrup (or strained lu'Moy) IK a prime fuvorlte in tliousands of feet. He after out llt nuuiu IMM tiiil L Cine a S'' Cannda ti> else- pres-sion? there are, a wh-re a IliiUyl, ship has nnc of llu-m. ivhu dciirccan- to waters, if it in im- iul I nm im- porta-rt fact ilial ihn dirtan! sens d-i KUCCOM'fully. If you try it. llfir nnly itie whh-j] In thR most valiialile coiKonlralcd i-oirintniml of NVnway white Pino extract, and is rich In gualacol and tho natiir.il pine eiements. Other proparatlons will not work In this Y.i of immediately increasing the forces of thc Umpire." Mr. Hazen Replies Hon. J. D. Hazen, Minister of Naval Affairs, who followed got a warm rc- .L.U.., cePtlon when he rose in his place at and tlie following to sun- inarter to five, the Opposition load, stituted therefor: 'This house spoken for an hour and a .clincs to concur iu the said vesolii- i Quarter. He 'bought it strange that tion and orders that the same he S'r Wilfrid when in power, had referred back to tlie committee with Jested the idea a fleet 'unit, hut instructions to amend the same in j now that he 'was shorn cf power, ho the following particulars, namely was willing to accept ihp idea- moved "That all the word 'that' tlie tlie words be struct Wine and Spirit Hamper No. (i. take nol count as way pennants as they of alicnlnto or ly 2-103 with Hits cin.svist has T-ir.fx. or will Bot II fnr ymi. K senij to Thi PJ Toronto, Ont, To out all thc words alter clause A and substitute therefor the following 'The n.-emoramluni prepared hv Haxen was vigorously cheered. Mr. Graham's Attack Hon. Geo. I'. Graham, who was Ihe 1 hot. Monicello Bourbon. 1 Quart ClKimpagne. 1 bot. H.B.Co's 7-year Old Rye. 1 bot. H.B.Co's Finest Blended Scotch. 1 bot. H.B.Co's 3-Slar Brandy. 1 bot H.B.Co's Old Lodge Port. 1 bot. H.B.Co's Old Bodega Sherry. 1 bot. H.B.Co's Old Claret. 1 bot. H.B.Co's Blackberry Brandy. 1 hot. H.B.Co's Demerara Rum. 1 hoi. H.B.Co's Nicholson's Dry Giu. 1 bot. H.B.Co's Cherry Whiskey. bottles. in'- u.viiiiMiiiiiiuui uv ...i-u. LIIIIII.I.H, uu the hoard of admiralty on the gpn-l speaker, dealt at jrreat Icnglh era! naval situation oi the empire with tho c.instUuiiona! aspect of liipj and communicated lo this house by i coniciiding thai a of j j the Kijrht Hon. tlie Prime Ministi-r, j 'uiHrihulinn would he fatal to on Deeemhcr atli, shows that several' Ian autonomy, and lead hack to the- ij-'Iil oOIbs. Price fSBAYCo. ;