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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Ejgtnrday, X Liberalism Militant Enthusiastic Sound TTTE E DAILY HERALD (Continued from trout In accomplish that best -M through a Canadian built, and'imuiiic'd squadron of the Imperial navy The interest of Canada la the South At- ncau war was stimulated by the fact hlit Canadians were on ihn lighting lines and so a Canadian navy woult' stimulate interest in imperial "do-fence Ho quoted Lord lleresrord as to the of men man the navy and "id the best thing for Canada 'would be Canadian built ships manned by Canadians, ami that navy always to at tire service of the British Km- lure. (Cheers.) As to tho west, the speaker Ihougl tho new settler upon the prairie display as much loyally and through American channels would im- peril our loyally, and evoked ap- plaiifo.by showing up iho hypocrisy of the cry In the acliou of the gov- ernment in seeking iho southern route for wain now because terminals could not possibly han recognizo (lie obligations Grant Hrliahi unite as' ninch as the people in the east, 'where the major portion of the loyally was alleged to exist triumph for the Lib. Ho predicted -cral policy. 'Hypocrisy Exposed Turning jigaln to the question of tho western crops. Ho caiil while everyone would like to sell grain possible lo Great lirllaln, tl market ccllltl not possibly consul the Canadian surplus and he thong Iho nearby market Iho best and mo profitable. larger and more profitable marke must be found for the farmers this country, there must Iw lower tariff. In fact tho lowest kli possible. He did not want to enda ger or cripple any industry nor y did he want to see the productn classes sutler, and that is the coi dltlon facing tire people or this co try today. The Liberals when power may have been slow in rcdllc Iho tariff, lint they now roaliz ihat a little more iidvance should b made and that there should be complete reduction on agriculture implements, if not wiped out. in th interests of the people of this conn ry. The manufacturers of i'mplc- Household The highest standard ot perfection i-oallzed immense weult jhould bo willing, that portion of It should go bacfc into th pockets of the farmers. Crothers Gold Brick Mr. Buchanan next dealt with labo legislation and contrasted the poliM of the Liberals and Conservatives and strongly criticised Mr. Crothers for refusing the demand of the C. 1 mm for an arbitration board. Th minister's stand mishl all right but It looked fishy to him. Thc Con- servatives had always appealed to C. 1'. II. employees and had got the vote in Medicine Hat, and now when they ask for a board they are refused. Tho men were hoodwinked. Mr. Huchanan in conclusion paid tribute "to lion. Charles 'Mitchell, whom he said is actuated in public ife by one great ser- vice, ami paid eloquent tribute to ho federal chieftain, Sir Wilfrid l.au- whom he said stood higher with he Canadian people than ever and :nder whose able and dlgnillcd leader- hip It was a proud privilege to serve. Under his leadership the Liberal arty stands for a united Canada and Canada loyal to the British Empire, :id 'would again be returned to pow- Hon. C. R. Mitchell Hon. Sir. Mitchell received a cordial eception, and after complimeiitar EASY ECONOMY. For any meal to-day Se- lect, meaty At Ian lie fish without As whole- some and as tasty as though it left the sea but yesterday. Even that relishing .sea- salty tang is intact. Sim- ple recipes in each sanitary package. "HALIFAX" and "ACADIA" CODFISH. For Sale by GEO. KERR CO. Lethbridge. references to the Liberals Leth on the enthusiasm displayed ade gracious reference to the men er cor Medicine Hat In the feder; arliament and was proud of fac at he had been privileged to help in e work for bis election. He com ilimented the Liberals of Lethbridge the splendid re-organization effect and said that If such a gathering, had been held fourteen months ago result in the provincial bye-elec tion would have been different. The city, instead of being represented an opponent of the government would have had Mr. Shepherd as member, a man whoso representations wonhl have commandeer the greatest conn- deuce and respect. He regretted that for a short time the Liberal party In L-sthbridge had suffered a slight eclipse but every lane has a turning and if (lie Liberals entered the :nox fight with the. determination: ami en tlmsiasm shown last night, there would be a different tale to tell. Continuing, Mr. Mitchell said the Sreat Liberal party bad always been dentifled closely with the interests of and had come in close-- contact with the common people. So long as the Liberal party is in power so long will that policy be carried out. There are great and .broad issues in Domin- ion politics but the tinio is fast ap- prcachini; 'when just as great and broad issues will have to be faced in the province. He referred the possibility of a provincial elecllon and said as he looked at the line gather ing he wondered whether they would tirst be called Into action to tight for the provincial government or for a Dominion candidate.7. He hoped It would be the privilege of the provin- cial government to oullst their serv- ices first, "but from the present en- tanglements, at Ottawa it was a tjues. tion of great doubt: It was morally certain .that an.election would he called for the provincial house within he next twelve .or, fourteen months, or maybe a little later, but there vould first be a session of the legls- ature and after that it might come In a little some time. Whoever he caudidate in Lethbridge would be le hoped that 'they would enter the ight with the same spirit of enthus- iasm as shown last night. This coun- try, like our the south, it- undergoing an evolution as regards' to thought as well as In respect to com- mercial. Industrial and agricultural progress. The farmer now feels that licarty .support. .Ho felt that ther. was room for both offices. Passing on the minister then deal with tho record of the Liberal part) towards labor, which he felt woul ho regarded as one of absolute llness. Tlw commission appointed to intiulre Into conditions in the mines are about ready to report, and the result of their findings would be em bodied in legislation at the coming session., lie was sure it would ht acceptable to both miner and mine owner. The speaker also dealt with the natural resources Issue and pointed out that while Mr. liorden had made an unconditional promise ho was not nearly so anxious since his return to power, and repeated efforts to get a conference had failed. However, the government. intend to keep right at the federal premier in the hope that the transfer would be made before the resources are. all dissipated, as was now being done. He referred t Iho election in Saskatchewa when the electors expressed th opinion that the Liberal party wer good enough to administer the resonr ivs and said it was no business of th federal government to dictate who in the province. liedlstri button was next touched on, and the lesilancy of .Mr. Uordca to give the vest i Increased representation noted 'he Conservative press is not nearlj o eager for redistribution now as hey were before the general election, 'he hen. gentleman lutimate'd that le representation in the. legislature night he Increased at the forthcoming esslon but of course he was not akiug official announcement Help Us to Serve You by giving our DELICATESSEN your order in good time Bukccl chicken, siiliuls of all kinds, macar- oni and cheese, cheese straws, pics cakes (longhuiiis, etc., lor sale.' Jlu'dc fresh daily! Anything .made to order on short We make it the way you'like it. ALL HOME COOKING SERVED IN RESTAUBAN T Glean home-like surroundings alu[ njce 'THY IT. The Markell 214-Fiith St. South ,he is quite .a captain of in- dustry as the manufacturer. So he is, but be is more divided than the manufacturers ;who act in concert, the .farmers act as individual units. Just soiin'ilie United-States Nolan's Crossing Bridge A matter of interest was the lain ister's reference to the bridge at No lan's crossing. He realized that'the bridge question is a serioiis one for the'city of Leth "In the lie said "we made careful inquiries in respect to the location at Diamond City am at Nolan's Ferry, and 'while the loca- tion has not been announced I-am prepared to admit that It has prac: tically been decided to build It at Nolan's Ferry." That Is the present view. In bund- ing bridges over streams hundreds of miles long the requirements of the rural population has to be considered as well as those of cities and towns This would be the only bridge be- tween here and Taber. and all things considered.-he thought that Nolan's crossing would serve the .largest cumber of farmers and help the great UUHS. just-soJin'.-tlte United-States