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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta tllllUSOAY, DECEMI1ER Hi, M U UK Jl M K I LI U E H'K H'A li I) PAGE SEVEN I M; JTKAT AT TJIF Photo shows Lieut. Guy D'Oyly Hughes, with a raft bearing explosives, and arms with -which he severely damaged a Turkish rallwiiy line sklitlas, the shore, titter swimming from a Brittoh warship In Ilic Straits. .aimer s Great Patriotic Speech Wilfrid Lauricr at Montreal) "Now, 1 have talked the .war from a point of view of humanity, and what is the effect on Canada? Canada is interested. Geriiiaay wanted world dominion. She .wanted to start by crushing France, 'Britain and Italy, end then Germany wo.uld have its band- In the old world. "Do not forget that the powers in that cuse.would.be Germany and the United States, two continents face to face. Perhaps Germany, bruised by the wur, woif.d not be ready to start on the United States at once, but it would start at once with military preparations for the next war, nnd the United States would have to start at ouce tp become a military nation. '.The world understands that it Germany triumphs! in .thts. war the United States will regret its 'neutral, ity in the war, as Britain today re- grets its neutrality in'1870. To His Own People "1 appeal to the good sense of my all of "is danger. During my long career I have nevrr made an anneal-lo one section of the country, never addressed my- self to my own but-always lo the universal conscience of the people of the Whole country. 'Now it is to you that I address my self and for; reason? It is be- cause are say tUat the Freneh-Qanadlans afraid to fight for Great Britain and France. If this is one of-the cases'.wliiclt have inspired Mr Vssehn in uhat he is doing, I'extend to him.my con- gratulations If 1 sa> a word lo -uu my it 'is .to show the blood there, .is in yo.yr veins. British. Institutions Best 'I am forty years in public life, and in all parts of the country I. have always proclaimed my French origin, but at the same time have always made my declaration that British in- stitutions are greater than all others 'I two' great Britain and France march- ing at the vanguard of civilization together and 1 praise that I have lived to see1 the'.'entente cordi- entente, I am sorry to say which is greater, perhaps, between the two mother countries than in this country. Those who have patri otism should work to restore har- mony here on a basis acceptable by all. understood by all, with justice to ill End to Discord "When our young soldiers 'come back from ami Mr. Asselin, when he comes back- there should be an end of discord. French-Canadian and English Canadian hai e fallen side bv side and now Sleep togcthir in I eternal sleep in the soil oi France, li these difficulties here continued, they would rise from their graves ami cry to UK here, 'peace.1 "People in Montreal have, saiit that Canada sliou'M not take part in this 'war aiid.sboulj only defend its own soil. But there is no merit in that. I Any man who would not deieml his j own soil would be worthy the indig- nation of everyone. That is Hie most elemental of dales.' For a noble. cause we must do more than our '.duty. 'Some Examples "I have heard it said that it is crime for bur Canadians to offer our arms in battle in Europe. When the Turks besieged Vienna a long time ago, diiniie King of Poland hesi- tate Xo He camo with his armies and in the great; stmgirle drove liaek the Turks, saved the city and Chris- tianity. "If Germany is victorious in this all ICuropc will he: at her tet. If we need another example, let us look at the example of Lafayette, wi-.cUefl France to help America. H I we ULCd another example, we can i look at the United Slates, 'who wont 1 to Cuba to save the people there i from Spanish tyranny. I "I see the house, of my neighbor 1 burning. Do into the question oi his conduct while it is burning'.' i More than that I see France attack- ed C ernnm 1'nuand going to her help.; and yet some people here ba) ing that we should not help Eng- land is accused.of not helping France in 1870 but HieSL s-me people say that France is not above reproach, .and'alioweiUPnissia -to despoil. Den- 1 mark. Triumphed 'In 191-1 in'-tlic British parliament it as Hip cause of him imU which triumphed fnnce addre sed herseli Vo England :aml asked .for help to save Britain that day immedi- ately replied- and covered the seas with its fleets, and immediately rush- ed its whole'army over, and started to ruse new irnnes of i 000 000 men, and English, iScottish and Trish rush- ed to ;range .tliemselves beneath the banner, without conscription or force upon them, but for liberty aud civil- ization 'I hear another objection. Is it any use for Canada lo scud or" men across in the midst of millions and'millions'of Germans, Austrians; French, British and oth- ers What our few men do It is little for them1 with their millions, and -el-the sacrifice is enormous on us 'I will .not. admit that, what- we are doing is without -result, aud will be without result on the final deci- sion (Cheers) lyot Numbers Is tor us Canadians to saj that numbers alone count, and not A Pleasing aud Acceptable For All BOUDIOR SLIPPERS, HOUSE SLIPPERS, CHRISTMAS SLIPPERS, COSY IN MANY VARIETIES AND IN ALL SIZES FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY THE SHOE MAN From midnight of the 24th VICTROLA'NO. IV. with 12 selections, delivered to your Home for ,OO Cash balance 750. per week. CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! far Into the the world will be I VICTROLA No. vi. with 12 selections, with or without Record Cabinet for 120 Records, delivered to your Cash Balance per- week...... CHRISTMAS offer ONLY! 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