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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HEKALP TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 1913 (.K1.MAN TU.CPEDO HOAT IX A IMU'GH SEA i I edo boat.l.nd.r 1.11 steam remarkable pictu (By James S. Brierley, in the Montreal Herald) it is to be hoped that Canada g as to its permanent naval policy is hound to have far-reaching and import- ant influences on the destiny of the Empire. We have had in Canada much un Bui for the Australian force, the Aus- iralian coast would probahly have been j raided, and the Australian coast I towns laid .under contribution or (te- stroved. That would have been a l grievous humiliation for the Empire and for the Mother Country. More- .itlitr it. .4 escape, during the war, the bit- ter controversies incidental to a gen- oral election, it. is desirable that we take to heart, as time pastes, such lessons as experience may give to guide UE in the formation of our sa- tional policies after the war. Take the question of the jjiirtici- seenllv controversy over the course I followed on this question by both the i Liberal ami the Conservative party, i The war has quieted the tempeet. Is It too II conclusion. the best course to be fenowed? It is being acknowledged In quart- Conclusion- n- j i i lave sought to gain advantage for ers not assumed to he in their narty by presrini; far this, that j favor of the idea, of Dominion navlis, or Uie other "solution, but the people that the policy of such uavius as a whole had no such thaught. They has boon justified by the euedonoe .....ation in a-or Tf this ifl there BlOB-ld over, when the chase of von Spee be- gan. the Australia was in a good posi- tion io head him off and drive him east. "The other plan was t ried by New Zealand. She built a battle cruiser at her own cost, pressure from the British single patriotism placed the ship Jtt- the Rritish government's disposal. As the result, the British Treasury forced the British naval authorities to reduce the meagre shipbuilding proposals by the equivalent of one battle cruiser. So that N'ew Zealand's disinterested- ness did not actuatly streusthen the British Xavy. A shin, which would otherwise have been built by the Mother Country, was :built New Zea- lifla's expense. Had New Zealand re- talaed control of her ship, an extra Dreadntulht must have been laid If this sc, there should I by Great Britain. And in that ohlv Know that the sStaausa in -t the 11 uus Entape, the enormous obHsatious of I be litlle difHc-ulty to tmtUe case it is probable that, had the Mother Country, and the ever- opinion, in Canada' toil the Mother ountry, an rowing importance of the Dominion's as the Liberal party to committed to it, dea taii Sir Zelland ship been statiouea in China waters, as was orisinal'iy intended, praclicaS results. 'His. words are well worth -remembering. He writes: "On gneveied.. point of polity war, and the events.Thibh immediatp- 1y it, have abed Vhellusr it is the Do- minicns to maintain naviee of their. oirn in laaee at peace, or, iu place of luilaing ships, to coiltrfbute money to tie British Navy. Australia followed tie- first course. As the she had one battle orniseVfthe twS light omiiBia, three destroyan ani two in Australian. wa- ters -wHen the war .broke out. Tins was. fortunate, as Admiral von Spee's powerfui fleet from. ani eluded the Btltlik'Chinii zquadron. RYLANDS' FOUR-DAY BARGAIN TO-MORROW MORNING and lasting four clays, we arc go no o Ime a leal Bargain Itetivai-wheii every artiote in the store will bo subjoc to a discount reductions are in plain sight above each department. listed belL, should brmg the people hero from every cowier ol the city. "Something of Everything" in the Store for the next 4 days Perfect Heat For Any Kind of Cooking CTRIKE IMS Aan a minute the NEW O PERFECTION OiKCookstove is tivlnt full, easily regulated heat for any kind of cooking. The NEW PERFECTION givei you, too, i titcben. No smoke, no odor, no ceal, ashes or kinJUnis. Let your hardwaredeiler ihoir you Ihr NEW PERFECTION in burner lizei. If fee can't supply wruc w dinct. GIVB9 "NOW SEXVINO J.MO.IM HOMKS- THE IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY Limited ...ji, BRANCHES IN ALL CITUU Mtde Canada of an Australian -CBuiser that mKde.this The judgmeofc passed by this writer is. upon the plactical side of the pol- cy not upon its political aspect. Vet tkere has been lime difference of op- inion in Canada over any phase of the subject, excepting the one of physical efficiency. The opponents of local navies have stressed the argument that the decisive struggle wo.uld be in the North and that Dominion I fleets in far-oft waters wenld he the the poet's "painted ships upon a paiited ocean." The evidence shows that, to the contrary, they have been exceedingly effective m their own theatres of operation, and after ten months of war the decisive struisie in tbe North Sea has yet to come, and when it. comes a Dominion fleet, may be in the -fighting line, having- done UK work in the' outer seas. Viewed from, the political and na- tional standpoint, .the argument lor lo- cal navies has always been strong. Both parties in the House accepted it without reservation in 130S, and if now the doubts as to the efficiency in war of-such navies are to be dispelled, by the lessons of. experience, we will have very substantial reasons for adopting, as a national policy, the principle 01 Dominion navies.- :Sir Robert Borden, far' as -he has --travelled around-on which he stood in never, I believe, placed himself ,on re- cord as opposing the Principles of :W- cal navies. His "contribution" policy was avowedly an emergency measure, and even it was coupled with an inti- mation that a Boaiinion fleet might be a subsequent creation. There is, therefore, no bar, by the advocacy of any opposing .principle, to the adou- ion by the Premier, as his perman- ent policy, of the principle of naval defence, 'to which the Opposition is pledged. That is, there in no good and sufficient reason why, on this po'iicy, he two parties should not be united, as they were six years ago, and, there- fore o'f course, no justification for the country being divided upon an issue of such grave importance, one touch- ing closely our most vftal interests in be future, that every consideration calls for its settlement upon a national and not up on a partisan basis. GOVERNOR-GEN-ERAL j VETOED ELECTION j Kigatid. Que.. J.une Speaking laet night at a demonstration held here under 'the auspices ot Gustave Boyer 'M.P. for Yaudreuil, Hon. Rod- olphe M.P., leneral. declared that a general el- ection was only avoided in November last by the veto of the Governor-Gen- eral; while last April, he'saidj all plans for taking a vote had been vetoed by the fatal veto written in letters of blood on the plains of Flanders, where Ihe Canadians had fought to gloriously- CHAMPION OF NAVY BEATEN Billy llalin, champion ot the British Navy, and claimant of the welterweight o.hampionzhip of tile Pac- ific coast, was. knocked out In tho first minute of the tenth round by Koatlle MacDonald Bay, last night. Over 1008 persons witnessed the pout, including many prominent citizens. About watered sult, Large Print Aprons 49c 100 only extra large light or dark print Ovsrall Ap- rons, worth up to 51.00. Moving out ai Big Hosiery Snap 15c Another black Maco cotton, also fancy lisle, worth up to 50c pair. On sale Corset Embroidery 10 pieces neat pattern Corset Embroidery, Mov- ing out at Half Price 19c Flouncing Embroid. Neat Allover Embroidery, also 5 pieces S7 in. Swiss Baby Embroidery Flounc- ing.'exactly half price 37c andEmb'dery 100 yards Torchon Lace, 250 yards neat Embroid- ery Edging. .Take your choice, 8 to 20c values for 5c Ginghams, Prints Here's a big bargain: Ginghams and Prints that everywhere from 15c jWhilc per lie White Voiles Bus' 75c Voiles at half price You will have to quantity is limited. Sale price 39c White Lawn -Just 75 Varan.'of, this strong, yard Victor- ian Lawn, moving- out at half the regular -price.... 8c Fancy Crepes Look on the big 15c table for these dainty Dress .buy all you will need. They are scarce goodSi Per yard 15c Kindergarten Cloth sold any place and even where for 25c We 4 .pieces to clear out at this .very low once 19c Pillow Cases to use'Pillow Slips, good large size, moving out 10 dozen at this low price, each 1 2c Great Underwear Bargains off every gai'ment in otir Underwear Depart: Extra Specials: Children's Gauze Drawers, black or Children's Gaure Vests, quarter sleeve. Children's Knit Combinations 3 styles.. Ladles' Knit Drawers, tight knee....... Balbrlggan Vests, special...... Ladies' Gauze Combinations, speoiai... .15e to-26c .35c to 500 Ladies' Porous Knit Combinations, special.........59c. House Dresses at Cost of Material A special showing of these' Dresses in the window. Note the exceptionally low prices; 95c SPECIAL 51.00 Made from dark or light percaie, two styles; sizes from 34 to -14; only 2 doz- en at this price. SKIRTS White Repp Skirts worth up to for misses and small women, 22 to 25 band, Quantity limited. DRESSES We 'are showing 3 styles in Prints, Percales or Ginghams; they are equal to Sl.Ta values shown else- where. DRESSES Neat dresses made from small check Ginghams, aJl sizes up to 44. See win- dow display. Hosier DRESSES A dress neat enough for street wear; made of green rippeleU-6, piuk, grey, or mauye stripe; sizes up to 42.' HALF PRICE Half a dozen dresses for small .women; Brocaded delf, .tan, and white, some .are worth ?8. The finest and largest stock of silkf. lisle _aniL cotton Hosiery for men, women and children Al- berta. Such well known lines as Penman's, Queen Quality, Radium, on sale for four Per Cent Bargains for the Men MEN'S and white stripe drill with Mb; sizes 32 to QCjj 42, on sale MEN'S brand or Tooke's, all new shapes, each MEN'S shirt or draws, on sale, each..... MEN'S medium weight, regular 75c Quality; 49C Price each....................... BOYS' SHIRT siateen, or neat stripes, a -line clearing at.........................' BOYS' OCft sizes 24, 26, 28 only; on sale each.. fcW Men's Suit Special 10 only Men's Navy Serge Suits that sold up to 122.00. All new this spring. Sizes 36 to only J1Q 50 Wonderful Corset Bargains We are exclusive agents in this city for TVarner'.s Rust Proof Cor- sets, also the famous Nemo Corsets for stout figures. WARNER'S Dmible Skirt Corsets; fully guaranteed; on SRle at D. 4 A. A splendid model, light weight; 59C on sale at WWW D. t A. Three new lines, regular and will be sold for REDFERN LACE Regu- lar value 55.00 will be CA QQ on sale at WARNER'S LACE A line with ventilated CO 9n on sale at NEMO CORSETS on sale at like these for four days: All Corsets for All Corsets for All Corsets for Al! for Small Ware-Snaps HAIR Large size, fine with elastic or without; i2 for.... MENDING Or Cashmere on cahls; 6 'cards .on sale LAUNDRY 8 dozen on card; moving .out, per card. EMBROIDERY SiLK-Corticelli Beldings; colored skeins, 12 for. RIC RAC Colored only; regu- lar lOc; on sale half price.... WW CROCHET Clarke's Anchor terial, 'Well made, sizes up to 40... wwV SERGE this month, "Witlj military hraiil trimming; CO AK navy or black Ladies' Suit Special Ten only Tweed and Worsted Suits, something yon. can wear right new- Coats are satin lined; CO QK values up to 130.00 for. The goods advertlied here are for only rriust be bought' in the store. Rylands Co. will not be tent on ap- proval to any one. ;