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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta SIXTEEN THE FRIDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1920 (Treaf Britain and the United States Will Never fight Prize winning Essay by J. G. Morrison, a pupil in the higher grade at New Dayton public school. Most ot us hare at one time or aa- the will there ever be a war between- the TJolted suites and Great Brllata. SoaiB think there will be wars as there ban been'in the past. In (act we have had two then' the- angel, .of peace has reigned supremo for over one hundred, years -And' 1- think we Bny-fUh.coniiileiice.Jooi; forward to the happiness and pleat? that are results of her sdrerelsnty. The done a great deal to brio; the two nations to a belter understanding so that their diepoleV may withoat flgttlag. ot an 'impression upon the people that In future they. Till guard against nar. hut will, efen ifiVLsr'seems Inevitable awl tee cause sufficient to grant going to sach a length, try to. tind some other settling their, ilI tagreemenIs. ThJs 'mlgiit by referring the question to a board ot arbitrators as; was doni in too fisheries question of and the fur-seal dispute of 189.1, questions were settled ;tq UIB iailsfaction of all.'and why cdoli tt not be done again' .KWo W lhal Ibis method of Battling' between all the his been developing tor quite a while. In :1S03.: Emperor Nicholas II.1 of Rus- sia In tho proposition which he sent to all-the nations adTOcatlng an Inter- national peace conference, said' "In- ternational discussion' is the most "effectual means of Insuring all peoples real-durable peace, above all." This proposition resulted In the Hague Conference oJ 1899 Although not much ot a success at the time, we see that In it la the foundation for the prpfent leaguo of nations United States will agree fo" jAhoy do, as'they lile'j- will, or the people who hare emigrated to Great Britain from the United States will act as mediators or In other words as a buffer, between two nations la any lutercitlonal compli- cations that may arise. I In the present time nations do not go to war orer trivia! matters as la olden ill sensible na- tions. Qermauy It eiduled from this'daw in fact the causes of a war must be serious ami we find this (becoming more so all the time. There- fore, with .such statesmen at lioyd George aad Woodrow Wilson at the head of the goTernments Great Is Britain and tho United States a ques- ts lion would have to be a Terr serious all one Indeed before the people would Is i fly at each others throats. All these accepted b> all nations, as It Is going: things tend to mike the probability to be: within the next few years, we lot i future between lie United may be assured that there shall be; Slates aad Great Britain w small a lasting psacs between. the United we may with reason say that a if they only Join It. If It changed, one of tun points will arbitration for the settling ot disputes. And, when arbitration States and Greit Urltala. since tho Treaty of Ghent In' 1SH. the-policy of, lha.two gorermcentS'has not been to destroy war. between tlese nations shall aeter come to past. The great, reason, howeyer, for ererlasting peace between twa Met Stonay be ted with ih. almost courtesy aud given the best accommodations In transit." f Uartem Is expected to be glvei to settle his affairs In the Unit- ed Stales before he is deported. YOUNG FARMER KILLED BY A CHOPPING MILL Dec, A. McArthur, a young farmer, .was kill- ed yesterday at Bondhead. Ontario, by i chopping hull while cutting feed. LAST LAKE FLEET' PASSES SARNIA final fleet from up tha lake ports'passed thin port last algbt, The. majority of down-bound boats were grain laden. Lindsay Crmwford, President ot or in any way Injure esch other. In- countries Is not any of taose men- Etead helped each other; I tinned, hnt it. la that spirit that sach was the case In 1S23 vhon been daietoiwd In tie people of Leagve, Monroe Doctrine was Issued. eltlllied world daring war. Kdltor ot the Statesman, who a T.ry hostile reception ID Moncton m tew dayj aso. The armies and the Holy'I think that botb the people of Great Alliance which; consisted of the clUef. Britain arid the United States powera'of continental Europe under awakened and have seen-tlelr great tho leadership of Russia was placed duty to preserve the peace and civil- wherein tie two greet English-speak- af the' command ot Spain In order to Izallon of the world Both nations [ng democracies shall'be tie media- to recover her lost colonies are in honor .bound to go: to war tta tors ta alT disagreements and they in the Americas. This of course minute clvilration In danger and.-tbau be Images after which cation? proved danEejous to tie United States when they undertake a doty such as Bhall pattern. It is an age where who became alaimed, for should this, they regard It u a sacred thing, arbitration ahall take the place of Frame or an'y others demand a not merely an agreement to be broken and. happiness and peace Urn reward for their .services It would at wilt. .They at last seen that place of suffering. While abore alS give.her a foothold oil America and It Is the duty of the English-speaklns this happy world shall stand ,th'e she might become a dangerous nelci- people to keep the peace, and civil-1 United, SUtte of America and. Great bor to the.United States and the Izatlon ot the nnmarred by war. Britain and ihe Union Jack arid the British, colonies In; America." Great Would not such' a feeling be sufficient Star Spangled Banner shall fly as Britain saw this, too, sq she InTlted to preserve peace even among asml- though one. the" to declare that, as.clrillied races, and If so, would it America doSs not Interfere ra Eurep- not be a bond which would guarantee ean affairs, Europe ta turn should not i peace, when two such nations are at Interler in America or try to plant I the head of the intellectual and Indus or regain any lost provinces; In world Britain and North-pr South America: Thus, we see, that should any nation attack Canada, States would be in honor boubd to go to Canada's assist- the United States. It Is true that there are parties In'the United States that seem to enemies of Great Britain and some in ance-and the same would apply to'Bmin who do their best to promote Great Britain should any nation at- ill feeUng between the two countries; tack the United States Therefore hot they are in the minority and do "Their varying tints unite And form in Heaven's light One arcb. of-Peace." J. G. MORRISON GERMANS STRIKE AGAINST AUSTRIAN LONDON, Dec. general strike has been called In Halle, .In Dr. tandsr .Lectures K. P. Hall to Read Character by Handshake, Walk, Eyes, Nose, Mouth and Chin. Admission 50c. Lecture to men, Phoenix Theatre, Sunday, 3 p.m. By request, will repeat bis famon; MARRIAGE" on Sunday, ,8 pjra, at Phoenli'.tbeatre. r CoMiiltation in LeUibridge hotel, they would in nearly all wars have not in the least express the real feel- Protest against the explosion of Dr. to fight aa allies and nothing SB more Ing of the masses. It is absurd to Stern, an Austrian editor ot a local conducive to' friendliness than fight-, think that sucli publications as newspaper as an undesirable alien, ing' togetlar for a cammon cause Heam's in the United anu dispatch io Uia London Times Also the mixing of the two peoples John Bull in fcngland shall be enough Berlin The town is In dark- or" emigration from the United to bring about ill feeling between the nesB "id the street cars and rail- States to Great BriUin and vice yersa two. The Sinn Fein movement have ceased running will lii future disputes have a great Ireland at present does not help to i Ths strikers threaten to call a gen-' deal of influence in these settlements. tbe feelings of tha people to- eraS strike throughoat Germany. Dr. This Is especially to in Canada. Sta- ward each other better, but these are Stem was actively concerned in the tiEtics show that from 1900 to 1918, all minor obstacles to a clear under- distnrbances In the Ruhr region early people emigrated from the (standing and shall as the in 1920 United States to Canada, and the emi- morning mitt, leaving nothing but gration from Canada to the United harmony and good feeling between tho States has been enormous. I believe two nations. that two'qnt.ol every people In i Therefore, wnen ire these Canada have sdme relation In the causes which tend to keep peace be- Such conditions are bound tween Great Britalu and the.United ti Influence decisions on questions states ve shall find that.lt 13 prac- regardlng ..the two countries. ITor ticaily Impossible for a war to occur there- are few people, though many admit it, Niho would not yields a .point "in "order to save the country from. Tf.Mch they the horrors Thus we He that between these nations, LUDWIG MARTENS BEING DEPORTED BY STATES TODAY WASHINGTON, Des tion of Ludwig Martens, on-recognized forward and Gee the" prosperjityi and soviet "ambassador" to the United happiness wulch will come wlti! such States was expected today by Secre- a peace, we can in truth eay that we i oittiua M tary Will son of the labor department: are on, the threshold ol a Qoldei Age! Mr. WlUon in says that We have the largest awortment of Fancy China and Crockery to' choose from in the city. city. Now is the lime for your Christmas Shopping. Better Service, Better Selection, pur prices are the lowest in the Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables H.A. McKILLOP NEXT HERALD OFFICE _ CHRISTMAS FLOWERS Do not forget that FRIEND who has entertained you so graciously. Do not forget that WIFE who is so deserving of a box of Flowers or a nice Plant Do not forget that Christmas Dinner Table which needs a Centrepiece Decoration. There is nothing more suit- able and pleasing for a Xrnas Gift; A box of our Choice Roses. Poinsettia, Chrysanthemums, Carna- tions, Violets, Narcissus or Snapdragon An artistically arranged basket of Flowering Plants and Ferns. Beautiful Flowering Plant such as Cyclamen, Primu a and other Christinas Plants Our Victoria Holly has just ar- rived from the coast We have a good supply of the following decorations: MISTLETOE, HOLLY WREATHS; FRIZ WREATHS, EVERGREEN WREATHS, EVERGREEN ROPING, FRIZ ROPING, SMILAX, CUf FERN, LETTUCE, PARSLEY and MINT SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY The Ten-ill Floriai Go. Phone 577 Lethbridge, Alberta 6O4 Third Ave. S. ;