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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX LETHBRIQGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JUNE 1901 Lord Great Speech To Press Men but for the purposes of peace. I thought to myself that if I were the I ay disposer ;ike should chLej. think there are features in this gen- eral preparation for war which must cause special anxiety to the friends i "v v- i v wunv1 tin uui; LJIV i. JL i itiVAivi. y iriC'HlS who struck a high note of imperial iOxfopd tmd rambrkige, and St. An- jdence in the welfare of the country if !lllomber whon j Celling about, oi Great Britain ami "the British Em- iion, London, on June was mark-jnot doad in Briuihl ichwrs ed by the speech of Lord Kosebery, j win in lhp anciviu colleges of j would not feel an even greater comi- )v circulate through the heart I re- THEMOLSONSBANK f Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of AH Kinds Carried upon Favorable Terms 4 4- 4- 4- 4- 4 4- oratory and roused the great enthus- iasm. The diners left tables at the far end of the great hall crowded towards the centre, stood on chairs and jubilantly re-echoed with cheers ihe moving periods of the speaker. Lord Hosebery. speaking to the toast, "Our Guests." said My Lord Hurnham. my loixis and gentlemen. I have had the great hon- or entrusted to of proposing the health Of our guests, coupled with the name of Sir Hugh Graham, of Montreal. I confess, that 1 feel over- whelmed by the importance of this occasion. It is not only that in this vast hall, speaking to so many re- mote tables. 1 fed something like a prophet in the minor yro- AlH.rtKvn. shrinos of learn- lit were under that pcrmanant andjlrv Depoeits of and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of de-josit at highest rates centunc; cient mother of all parliaments, the most venerable progenitor of five in- House 1 canno; IT pleasure in seeing 1 because ,not be sitting during the period of ivour Throughout the country jyou will s.'e those old manor houses j where the squirearehv of Great Brit- :nin have liv.-d tor centuries, almost phet speaking 10 a number of believ- ;al] of lhem inhttbited long before the ers in scattered cases 1 dan-say I shall not be able to make myself heard i confidently expect that 1 shall But, at any rate, gentlemen, coming from so far. I am sure vou will bo merciful to one who has to address- vou under such cir- cumst-ances (hear. There is another reason which lills me with a That, 1 may explain to Colon- i remember when 1 was in Canada, turn, ial visitors, is the great distinction i which. I am ashamed to say. is even of Commons. the House of Lords and the iongvr> some thirtv-six y.-ars >-go l' .House of Commons-the Houso of! thought that the n-ws which reach'.Kl (ommons votes the taxes, -and the lVorn the counlrv. did House of Lords pax s them. Lethbridge Branch, Rsdpath St. (Ch.wsi. VNKASY TLMK I iVel contident in the reso- vou K. D. JOHNSON, Manager promise vou an even great the House of that will lution aud power of this country to jter and i Therefore. 1 think my proposal would place them on an equitable basis. (Renewed their present relations may be, I should not be HI'raid of putting them in the same vessel. 1 an: con- Australia, and some even that the wholesome discipline i 01 the ocean would soon shake them :down to a condition of parit.x if not of amity. VISIT TO COLONIES N'ovv. lot us imagine how our scheme would shape out. I would take them lirst to Newfoundland on a visit of'homage to our most an- pass through a wholly'. ny reasonable conjunction of vorable and friendlv (Loud i Whtfn l Srt' this burstinir nVrS) i out OI everywhere, when I see j defend one country alone Tell your peoples, if they can 1 have to s; believe it, the deplorable way in 1 with which I which is put on this little island to itself, to defend its liberties UF C'OMMUXirATION- 000.000 of extra taxation for war-this message also back with you, Old Country is right at in two simple words home' Welcome home to the home of your language, your liberty, and your race welcome to the source of your parliaments, v0ur discovery of life, which I your present before th a country ad vise ou to s-.v on visit, because when next you come may not be here for you to see. i La ugh THE "IN'ADKQrATK AHMY" MKAX: Of course, all that is changed now. like preparation, when 1 see absolute- 1 do not know th- -.-xisting state of ly unprecexlented sacritiees which an- and prolonged Kicpire welcome home Uiin-s. but 1 am quite certain that! asked from us on the same ground, -that there is failing or weakness suprrl11 no such abuse :is I 1 do tn in her. am! that she rejoices in re- newing her youth in her giant do- must look iree. institutions. and of this im- ome- head of all these do- such abuse on that occasion, want to build an get her your first means must be is as 1 remember j 1 do to uneasy as to the Hut jf you do j outcome of it all, to wonder where close to- i it is going to it js noimr U> and main bring back Europe into a state of cheapest me-j barbarism. whether it will cause a communication. The unwear i catastroph men of the world will s which the working sense of aw..-. Ii is on account of th.. enormous importance of the gather- rural scenes, from all this which is ing that I am speaking to. Wo have embodied history. had conferences before, many of them ,'sents the at ia thousand vears. go on to the t-eem- ihod of ic-d Mr. Henniker has sent me son; papers on this subject, but I do not i foolery which is grinding us to pow- I p. v _ v v i, f j t_ OU SO onwards from these aml hisi H rold h tlu.v a.v SUIUK! lor an occasion dor. (Loud cheers.) such as thi: beyond the seas. For her own salvation to herself, but should that verv -interesting have no moiv of this madness will and our K conferences of great importance, __islators would be able to !ind nd which repre- constitutional problems which antiquity and tradition htVQ soKeiJ ,.lse j.. a.i. 10. vpais. go on to >.ne LOCIII- take them on to Canat which the Prime Ministers and Min- lag eOmmuniifes which represent for tho sake of h isters of the Empire have met to- manufacturers, the energy, the alert- Canada and ]-OJ. lVelinjJ havc gether to consult on the great mat-.ness, and the commercial life of jthaT thjs be a leisu-o- of policy which concern the Em-Kireat Britain. ,y x would theiu Pire' And. last of all. surrounding and: time in Canada. They have an im- minions. your sovereign and mine, who is not the King of Great. Britain, but the kinc: of hearts wel- comc home to this and to an v thing fail her that in a11 Motherhood must, look vou. anFeaion offer you. Welcome i homo (Loud chw-rs) .MISSION' OF KMl'lRE r, I cheers which greeted l ask your pardon for having dc- the conclusion Lord long. (Cries of "Go _eloquent speech were renewed a'-ain I hope that whatever may be jam! a-ain. the company sang ,the outcome of this visit you will re- j with heartiness. "For he's a will build strengthened for yOUr high func- jolly fellow." the now- lions as the L'-uidos of your communi- a of ship may be, as long in matters of opinion. You will as long as T have without fhiIlinK i'murn; l '' of the nc- a. tO put mXO 1 miff iinn t.ho mismnn ig an enormous improvement in I u.oua urii. mission or tnat com- British press with regard to the I that imunion' of which con- ,can and will do: but T am not sure stitutes the British Empire. Having but rather more for j KUHD DRF VDN'or DRLADNOl your svrious discussion in confer- I pass, then from the question i :oi communication, merely making1 anaaa lilis in one can We can and news from the Empire beyond the PRESS ETERNAL o disparagemen gatherings to say that I 1 guarding it. you will see a prodig- mense dominion to rovo there. It is no disparagement to those >ous Armada, and a prodigious, might see many things that hold that i always inadequate army. All these i were new to them. They would see under the most advanced I this is more Important still (hear, i gentlemen, are yours as much as ours that even I have the greatest possessions, your pride, and i democracy, for Prime Ministers and Ministers, your home. fHear, hoar.) but, whatever their splendor may be j What do you bring to us V when they are in the ascendant, they i do you bring to it is are' essentially transient bodies! quite as important it is. indeed, jada wealth is not a crime. seas. Thirty Or forty years ago yo-i satisfied with the jejune an- nouncement that some Prime Minis- ter whose name you had never heard hope, believers in that m some Prime Minister may imperfectly acquainled( hold his own buffets of innumerable general elec-i by somebody else But 1 lions. rhey nusrht see that in c ihmL you will crive us this credit so think it may be your duty to t.-iKe Iait'h- you will return ;0 VllUr homes back to your young dominions across missionaries of Empire, missionaries the seas this message and this im- :of most extensive and the most place with which v jpression' that some Personal duty unselfish which is known to ?ou 'and responsibility for national Vhe lMtly resigned office SM_ I believe. in Can-: more important to us than what you i of the most glowing spe- v ada good news-' can take from us. You bring, I jcimens of that obnoxious creature the j nc; papers aro. or should be, eternal trust. youth of your vigorous have produced and the power of a great newspaper, communities. You bring The candor Ion lhat T will not with the double function of guiding and acute criticism, the frankness ofito Point out the varieties of political i ex: and embodying the public opinion of speech of the dominions over the seas Pn-vsi''al sport in which our leg-! the province over which it exerts an You bring. I hope, fresh news, the islators might irnlulge in Canada. greater'most recent information as to the as-: IN NEW ZEALAND piraiions and policies of the commu- 1 would take them on to New nities amongst which you You Xealand, ami there ia New Zealand Tn I suspect, that same message'they would Sw 1IlOSt uf the politics twch which was alluded to just now. at which they aim. and which they; our Lmpire a which the Prince of Wales brought .'are influence. j.s immeasurably than of any statesman could bo. CAVE OF THE It rt-minds me. indeed, of one oi7 the few recollections I have of my classical education at Eton. Those who. like mo. have pursued The same arduous course may remember the description of the of King Eolus cave in which all the winds of heaven were embraced and over which Kine- Eolus held sway. or sign from him these gales swept fa.- a- England is concerned, that will find ample, well-informed ar- on all subjects relating to col- affairs, which show both an ,n- t--'-..-s'. and an enthusiasm xvhich are gratifying. (Heai-, MENACE OF gentlemen, you will forgive if T come next to what is by far the most vital topic that you will fence rests on every man and citizen Gentlemen. I will end as I began. G-entle- JAftor all. 1 might speak to you for men, take that message hack with i hours and I. could onlv sum up what That Spring Tiredness Can't last after you've taken a box or two of FIG PjLLS They've proved a boon to thousands why not you? For sale by ALBERTA DRUG CO, leavonng to const ruct for this back after his tour ruund the Empire j country. out under and condensed into "Wake up, Old Country DEFENCE ABROAD I hope you can tell us all th.; most At a news about the dominions be- yond the seas. I am aware that tage.s of a virgin soil and a total ab- sence of tradition on to Australia, that most out of the cavern, either as hurri-I there is ample representation here of i canes, to spread wreck and devasta- j the different empires which are con- j over the world, or in the idensed in the British Empire, for! form of balmy breezes, to bring bless- j there are Western. in Can- icg and health wherever they might [ada: the -Southern-, in Australia, attain. Tonight I am in the cavern New Zealand and the Cape and the of the winds of the Empire. I do not Eastern, in India. T am quite aware forbid that I should that there is ample representation mean the. question of Imper- ial defcnco. j. do not know that in some ways I have ever seen a condition of thincs in Eur- and complexitv. One r. opt, so peaceful and thing is marsupials, moment Th the duck-billed platypus, oven to the hush i" whil .act that a population of about two-I almost hear a leaf fall to "the oi the capi-IThere is an absolute absence 5 any be the king who controls these winds. T claim, rather, to be a humble, a. timid, and a. perharis. un- worthy guest of that king. WELCOME H03IE "ft'ell. I am quite sure when theso winds eo forth, when these powers are c-xerted over the Empire on your return from these islands, they will be for the benefit of ihe Em- pire Now. T.ord Burnham. it is -lui- i, to make a speech, and not immediately to sft down but if f ;nv own from the press of India on this oc- casion, but they will forgjve me, J hope, if I do not address myself to them, because what T have to say to that ancient civilization would have to bo different in srope from that which I addr-.-ss to the newer empire. (Hear, ADVICE TO INDTAXS But I do I will say this word to the Imlian do hope that they will not go away without havintr iihen some guidance to our democracy as to the. ri-ht me- thirds of th jtal of this country, is able to the questions which oniina-ilv .am seven legislatures, seven capi-N-ad to war n t. OiGlna'1J> jtals and ministries without i serious inconvenience. In our Uo menace j country we havo always found one of i with -its own leach of these as much is conven- I another tn-eal domesti Before buying elsewhei-e you must see our Lumber and get our prices nf rt, sense of ihe occaslon-l would of th-t line to ;wo words and then sir ancient civiUxation of Imlin. compris- d numberless and individ- flowjj. would be words, and they ar-- th and. p.-rhaps. ih- sweetost tha be heard by mortal r-ar th only two ing races simplest, religions. ;tn inscrutabit can uro ual population who stand us so much. tho seas tonight. "Welcome a sei-m to under- IIIULM better than wo me two wonls in which T would to know Vientlerren -xf- sum up what 7 have to say to our tor all. the best you can gUeStS -t Those words are Cloud VCS, gentlemen, that is the motto of this occasion "Welcome to your frenewed HOMES OF ENGLAND Some of you. many of you. have i the course of the next fortnight which T of, but which, in multiplicity of each. And my f lease of life f which is supposed to take for liberty ar jits leisure, might indulge in the per-; All this fore] hnanent snort of Australia, thc hunt I ppF' ;for the Fwleral capital, v .t ;.Ilh In-n ..hey should rrturn through of friction, there never in AiYi'-a. ih-v would I ihf hi-- I so threaten- tftt, grea.est success of the Imperial ing and so v prepar. Covernsnfrnt of Great Britain-: tion for war. That ts" treatf-st and most re- the sign which. I confers rent success, where a bold and ma-: most menacing For fortv numinous policy has healed thc has been a platitude to -M seams of war. xvh-iv i ho gal- Kuropf is an f-rnied c-unp 'ror''f .lamlv shed on both sides, which; ears it has heon true .m.ght have a stream Of -mend-, nations have each :.mP has extracted the re- to tho teoth, and ,hat has 'n j ;.nent whicn has un.ted a now Empire some rospocts guarantee If rny excursionists arc But now what do we sec" not timi. and are nor too ardently any tangible reason wo fsummonwJ T don't think I------------------- I would bo the might pro- jcewl northwards through Africa- avoiding l.'ganda. so as not to dis- turb ihe privacy of the late Prvsi- ident. of the United States. (Laugh- 4 about yourselves and your communities, because we can never know enough about them. ROUXD THE EMPIRE The other night T ventured to dream Th'-'y might make their way which is a great favorite noimr hy Kgypt. where they would Without the na- "Are You 4- never a dream, practice Politicians thc surplus of which is so constantly lfrorn chaos. see what the British Government directed can do to rescue order will YOU could not help imagining how admir- I mulu of tDodem ciriliittioo mn i evidenced in an increww of nervoui orders. It could not be othenrise with j way Mt, drink, IOM ilecp, and keep up round of excitement. I work, the worry, the excitement, all tell I UP9" nerres till they cry ont in PRACTICAL TOPICS Excuse the aberration caused by Bd. M recently dreamed, impracticable; I know i HEART MILBURN'S Special orders received and returned the same day by the LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. Special attention to travellers' orders Give Us a Trial With Your Next Parcel TERMS STRICTLY CASH Box 477 C. 8, FARROW, Manager consolation to the British come their nerre-Rtrenjjthcning properties, and rcutore thorn J 1Qeir normal We take pleasure in showing you our high grades, which we sell at the very lowest margin of profit. CALL AND BE CONVINCED 4- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4- 4- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ..iat did me DO so bswi that the least noise would make me jump and my heart would thump go you could hear it plainly and I couid not lie on my left side nJght. I a few of others and de- cided to try Heart and Nerr. 1 ills and to my great joy and surprise they completely cured me and it only took six boxes to do it. reighbor, Mrs. id I inda :od her to try them and I