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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 21, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta Ass^ilyPlayd Philip Objfeetfilit: iff 'AtHele X! Canicd attempt to Mettre l|4�t SIfiwLed la OtlMr | o.^-^^.vJ"?. ^'*� Dec. 21.-'(By Canadian occasion oti, whfijii' had been made.Ats: Labor Oonrer�nn parliament. Artkste "The members of the ' iiQdeftake to respect and presel as against external aggtvsslon tettttorlal iniegHtjr and eztsi ' political Independence ot all bars ot, the Ijoicna.' In case "anjr such aggression or In'case , anjr such threat'or danger ot auoh aggressldn the Coimoll' shall ntf-tise upon thrmeantf b]r which tiMai dbiigadon shall be tuiiiUed." Borden ^dp^aed It .\:^^ime befo4^^/j)he Prei pi the tlona gue. It 4a hera that aU members of the tewbe meet on the common basis Srim ich, toll flavored tea. YaUy rbuy .|(o4 Rose Tea in the package with the graen label-^try the blue label which tells at a trifle more but is richer in strength aind flavor. ^  � Sold only in the sealed.aifwtight Red Rose Carton. Red Rose Coffee ia always fresh. heri it .was thai Canadian delegates Canada and. ArtlsHa X. ' odntlnne indeilnltely to be Jusf/#nd J'l *vr w . . . wera in the Tan. ohamploning the " But it wai ovejP airtlcTa tin sl^hS expeftieht, (c) that th�"i",.^"i?�^*'L*'�"/^�' �*�*?*���is of supply, the mild Tei;:raW.B�starUis. inwra was an arottsedrtha moat^tter o^sU^^ vT, ^'"i winter i8_Wnpon�iblo for a falling oft .2 :.i � ' - ._�' � . '� ' � -:- :- r  _:_?_ V- WUBT on f>� *P^t' control the In coal orilera �M some of the mines ' " " - " bhfeatfs." .haflre ilrtiUdyjdbmtaenced to work 'ft is not," Mr. Rowell went on, short tli?i(S for lack of orders, "tbftt we have hot the gr.eatest re- You cfti do a great deal to assist spJMJt and admiration for European us by dtdcouraging men looking for statesmen, but simply thatttbey do work comlhg^to ouf town and I would no^ uhd^erstand .our point of view.. appreciii>te tt very much if you woMd Even the statesmen of the Mather do this. Co^ntr^, for whom we have tbe great- Thaphlnk,?^ in anticipation, I am, estOrespect and affection, we do not; pemit to aettle Canadian affairs. Wei settle them for odrselves." I 'Ybil may say that we should have! eonfldjBnce- in European statesmen. Perhaps we should, but it was Europ- Totfrs very truly. HAROLD ,A. BROWK. Siecretary-Treasuref. QlVEft CREPIT TO SISTER ' '-liDecenftfeer 21st.. 1920. ea^; .statesmen, European politics and Editor Qt.'^(^rald': Enrapjten alnbitions that drenched the 8ir:-3t^y mttahtioa has Just been world in blood. Fifty thousand Can- called l$::your Jjlnd but too flattering adiaii sbldiara under the soil of France statem^iilt InXtwatd to myaelf In to-ahd'IStodCirs is what Canada has paid day's H^taid,t|riBhi� mfke the fol-* " ipean sUtesmanBhip." . lowing corrpctlcTnaj :Uck from the new world on Vou jjristit me With "being the most cl^ated a profound impression, distingutshea scholar aa yet of the T6�^c6milnlssion'B plans were modi- Lethbrldge public high schools" that fled?, ^bvision for permanent flnance, honoiii, belongs rightly to my sister triaiflt aqd heilth bureaus were Ailwh, fg* IjBslyiljce you say ''that I 'i^haMbnad.' led in'::i>ty lugh school work," possl- .pohfiilloh delegates also vigorously bly, soAbnt sbtar as ia known Alleen protested against the salaries of Sir l�d the,provl6ob,^urlng tbe four years Eric Drununond, sebr^tary general of In the<|iteh aChOol. You say "in the the1t�igue, and hlfe assiatants, which Inter-h^gh achbot , provincial d-ebato the ilomlnlons contend are out of all I was siiBCOSBfui-f'Ui the final contest," proportion. Sir Eric receives �4.000 this is DfOt/qntti^ true, it waa AUeen's per annum with an expense allowance that Wop the provincial cup and of �6 000 and a hOvtse. Several dele- brought