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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - July 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LimTBRTPGE DAILY HERALD Monday, July 88..19'1SJ DAILY HERALD f.. IK? M Htral. OliiHillllit. 1224 W.. A. T. W, QUAYLI. KMM JOHN TOKRANCX PHONE: CtrculMlM 1252 DAILY tUMCRIPTIOH KATM' by S montoa. tr SSrSS Sfc., 1 rath. by DAILY. ritHALD fOU AT CTOM Stow; J. O. anaon ft Cfl., Co.; HoW: pto'i Pnn Kaaiy AMB! d; Smrrws lif- r, .Vmwivw Wla> WotH Htwa Shop, 145 Jamiemh'ewiCo. 4, A, D. MM- 'hen Book- and News Store, IOSA Slh Ave. World Ntwa Co. Edward Co. f Cfc ta ...-We M" OTw.jane.i narii fe.scljion of. the House.of LoMi out 'the Home Rule niei- iiire'of thie in, Great Brilain> v; Nw'wbit did pie simply provided v :Aot'kho'iiM flrJt thf popple tain well-defined phases, Tory defeat inV policy of that campaign Mr.'Bonw-Liw. his charge of corruption in regard W olCiiil charge which he hw never sought, .to justify although promptly issued .the'full details of Uwte appointments." to the polky of the government by'destroying Hie tions of The spirit of partisanship never touched a baser note or less calculated to influence. the cpuniry- The plain man Ukes bis polities' seriously... but he likes tfienTlo be .clean and there is a certain sum; dard of fair play beneath which he will not willingly fall Slander as a pp'litical weapon has never been popu- lar in this We do not think it ever will be, and we venture to think that (or some time .to come Lib- eral ministers will be free from attacks on their person, si characters. The attempt to march of Lib-, eral ideas by or.jbjs.siaadauTioager has conspicuously failed and.we think :lbit the immediate sequel to the Marconi 4ffair will be.S powerful reaction in favor, of the governnieint and its policy: whicli is.alluded made by Mr. Lloyd George at a banquet given the National Liberal Club, a social of highest type of .British Liberalism.' The' that the Chancellor of the held the confidence and high admiration of the" leaders of the'party and ii furthw gave.tte opportunity of briniing oui'tlw spirit'of Ihiv great Radical statesman In ll'iil Mr. l.inyil (ipuritr.'ikull with his cntics m AnuHijpl ttacks iiwHr mil promiiK-nl'.v 11 KJ fact ..that iinl unil-.'d :u crtdrnw of charges. -In his connection he said: J ,-_.; "I hive received, and so has my friend, tbfe Attorney- of the couhtrj', frosn.many 'protest- irig they regard as complete; absence of fair play'in .what.hjis recently..occurred .Even pur. ppj- '_y ponents'SdraU-some of'them openly, fvankly; some of-them of ;them with" evident which diJhbnora'our.'positionV1 And UhouldJikYalso to.refer lp. the statement by' the Manjujs and to AothoiiM flrJt 'heihmio tf poppe minwl an 'ridei i'' wfceii tS'ljiuner Naval Serrica Act came. up.Ior couiiueralioh in v 191 both'- held; jfcat .there was instruction fi .T i V. feng condemnec becaiwe ifS-led'So' condemnec House, of acte innuenlial.amonSst'.the Tory dw_. party. hi-A. r.-id due allowan.-r llx mi I'M- compHnsrti fair play j'.'.s-.. "On Iroubir Rcnrnilly e.'1-.ics from the HVtJe ill bBUiiW anil badlv frsei.' Whenever there m the air lino ripUsrn in public and what ought not to be done with the shares of and the director- ships of ministers; and when I remember that wlvcn I was in "thfe parliament from to 1905- mostly under Tprj' ministries, wlien I passed ah'! (Laughter.) "And when 1 see Bonar'.Law saying that mims- ought to be expelled frnnvnfflce who are guilty of an I see th? Tory parly ryihing back from 'Ascot racecourseMo 'pass a sokmu vote of censure on tlie seniblance of ed say it gives me an unpleasant cross- :Channel feeling." (Laughter.) V "Did they reaily imagine! that anybody'was under the impression; that.they were just filled with a passion of burning real for the cleaning of _ public'life? "I should like lo'ask a he'exclaimed. wonder whether'they will answer ij. Supposing I had devoted as niuth time and energy to defending privilege aiid'monppoiy iu land, m.ch'urch establishment, in the traffic, and in the H'ouWpf. liordsjas I have de- voted to assailing them, do_youJhfnU a .word wbuld have been said in 'the Tprj-'press, a word would-have crossed Tory lV with'regard to tliis per- "secuting us for in'office we. have stood by the principles and the people who pilt us Iherc." After reading that portion of speech'there is no reason to Lloyd George .wasn'trable to "cbnw Ihe pjd time'vW and force. How perfectly, for the attack on his'characler, summed up m tliaj last paragraph? Had te been-what we term tlie tradi- tions ahd'vesled inlerests been butt pMhe attacks -Qf Ilia t, there'is no miestion.wliatever.' j Lloyd JGwrge" concluded this" great, speech with the ap- plication of a Bibiical iiluMfation'-iind' theMnlimalion- that his campaign to'improve in C'M had not vet "There iia'great the -Chancellor concluded, grAlesi pfibooks' spent his life v "ffehn'ng-'tnV Philistines. One jiia'y he .''.wild beasf- which he .slew; Returning-.to .the wene of, the "riV-'i full of ecus-iiionster that sought rr5ght arhi'biit "by'the help of :f riencls we have slaughtered it- (Hetir, And unless lanvnustuken out of this -nrbslrale'forni 'will cbiiie "something lives' Sf millions who have tasted, nothing bitterness and dust (Loud cheers.) t CANADIAN f PACIFIC Great Lakes Steamships Sail front Fort "William al 2 p.m. on ''Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, .Fridays and Saturdays For Port. "McNicoU anc connecting, with "S.teRm-1 ship Erapress" 'for. Tor-J onto points east. I F.urthor particulars 'antll tickets from'afiyi Canad-l iau PacificsTioket.Agent.l Depot Ticket Office] 1 Lethtridge lives 'Kut the rfor'Trelhnd. -Jf'tbe anti-Home Rulers in irt- 'niosllv UK- f.aiunliau i party FnB. to'rnake'allowances' thisv 17denee They; think they VtheVsre'not governing there must Be .sttoetoL Manl-' I tooa V Alierta wan British Co-. lumbla In each case, hall tioee.'o'f "the irhloh have. the' .and Toronto 'clearing" Csnada needi cleirln'i't: 'otf ippcoil- inatelr lialf year la order to equal b'. abd Bda reQuircs about" I sMtralily, during the cooiini; aome'dlffloulty w111 .'be; ta j BchleTinj iioae inat ptyprc-yaj l -t 7- booming quiiB'ienerailyRecognized.that other cities' are iiprqiiieter than.Le.thbridge. There are city. of to speVk'Ut lilni. ii.' Id; lobe louahciTd hj ami iin ind ukf iiie place for n! I'.tmli blocxl. iirns isiuw-lcs. MMind fifc' with arid.a "''''ja.'ii'riiiif'irtnri'ln live up to high of character befort boji. .tbia y the.wpport'6 jp'XK lifJYp 'come back? "s the! Ihe jwrlirVioiiir runorrnrd Bothug'would have been heard''of'-the' iffattir'i it. was' Ihkf il be: 'i-j -i. .r_l! nttj >rs. pt-the' House .of. we arjitipns not: tribunal we j to as investigating the "Wf'feH cur'iands iied.'bui there were :pf a.s btfuntt serve tne honorable tra'ni'.iohs as we were! (.Qheers.) VMTP. tradihons, its hiinora'ilo Iraiiitionn, iiiul there for months' could make I; if ilx1 shabbiest'chapter in, the of any parly dilliiiij when he is 'ting man wix-n his .ii -1 In1 fjniKil lirirk. 'I hat is Ilio l'or% in i lion of iiiii evlry dastardly and cowardly''journal-: ist his pqispned darts into .our'bodies, knowing that pur hands hind pur.baciui by.'tbe. principle of honorable Ipyaiiy to "to whicK we belonged. Well, free free' installed. 'The council has npwaaajs. public ownership (jie least-possible .Douglas afternoon's iiinllght, i.in' rtew eral jfwb .or' matches water meters arc proper'caper Polling place in and.'.ui.i-J- to Hon: A'. G.'MacKay's eleclipn by a substantial n-..-. jority.' He willadorn the public life'of'thep'rpWce. Commencing on Friday.twice a'nibnlh'paj'-slarls with the miners, a fact which'will be miners 'and business men all ke. (I il I'.i'f'i h'-n i.; i i i.-..i r V'' rt i. i.l'- i -1 13J2 t f ili.r _____ r Scotia attacked showed how so, your permisfipn, I should like lo sling pne.jave-, two "at. my (Cheers.) Their con- ductiS, the; House of .Commons was worthy of this, con- a can" partisalii a driwhright one, a'higptif you a maii'whp.ri'fu'ses to i see anything except his own side of the'queitipn. 1 fell, you -'a rrian i despise a man who is a ,the narroweslrhiltercst of partisans, arid 'all. the Awhile afrpgaVs !o himself the position, and the funclions of a fudgel (L'o'wl- cheers.) We are .all'naf- liitle jhey'are judges. A dpwnrigfit hon- est, one-sided wil! fake my hat off to him, be; MM-IT' hi Bat ollwr! He jiii. ,iud i-ighlco'.itnrss. "I }-nA a hliil from il- Ixi no rflilijlioii. wheii I -was looking at theJist of those who voted -to turn' uS.put of puWfc life, I was, wondering how many of them .would have] gone into that lobby if il had-been.i condition 'of their being allowed to vote thai Ihey'rrtiMl' show. the. whole of their pVsshobks for thrteV years. (Cheirs.) .It'js very 'difficult nql to retaliale "whin I me n jfcniie Ivcs up as a sort of and'only 7It.was. somewhere; IrT of Moonlight, Bay: "T-.f ni'd i .'P-.aVd'.down-the Tail -a-l irien.the Soat'itruck i anag and titles'ol WU'hV cry one'of the yo-Jng.iadles.betan'to with'' ot'citcilnt tb'tt'o'eit telnif' 'i Jecond' lurried tvrtW Ihe, -hblldpjr' maStera Into the. fteezinj depthi of ili.te'en ,an d "a'.half I n of eplendld homes': have VerrlHe'.r- i. .tTOrlng.'of ;ieverar Ta'rdB of- faney.'aummer- soc-ds, and .the 1m- j1 t ec an clearings, which Jnd'1 ii. tendem.-1 ..-i- The l.ir has'raji i I H-T j tions ,that quiet, tlr tni! ihown gederall. <-'i actually are.-As thv pages the dr i. i as'sertoua. I: "i of the she !i i, c'.iair that to- I will respect But band, we may rf! I thef I 'nwrifii oiofibj generii'i ii Oitrt U hope tor v'! M-.'< j ;.v' .i-.t EBARA'WiLL hl of Wyillfl ColfejeJ Sdrbku half rf IJL' '.-I .tuiSwaih, Toronto ,14 Japan. V ;