Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
rticest when Friday, November 1.7, Jttl'l.p Remember: "Nothing Will Do But Fry's' Trade Supplied by J. S. FRY SONS, Limited 123 Bannatyne Avs, East, Winnipeg, Man. TRANSPLANTED MEN; ARE A BIG MISFIT Montreal. Nov. iMegatea to. the Men's Missionary conference today split up iirio different factions. The English.and.Mothodlsta, the Cpn- and Bapttstfl, meeting to consider the best means In their kwlsr to further the work of In tho .Dominion and throujlKwt tk be, I believe it will turn out to he a landmark in the history )f Mil! w or III. Jf wtt arc to undiT- Manil the significance of these elec- tions, let u.s consider not what, 'he KpeaKcrs and the press now say, but what iliey said when I hey thought the ivsiill. u-oiJiii be differi'iil. were lold thai lln.' treaty marked ;i great .sfej) towards. free trade. We were told lhat, the, treaty was the duath blow lo the cause of j preference U were true ihcii the direct inn of that treaty gives new life lo that pause. "Canadians tiulinved, ntid T apri'i with tht'm, thai Tafl was right when he waiil that it WP.H a case of now or never, ncouso helicvpd llieir dccisinn thrn would sc.ttle i whether Canada was lo continue as autonomous nation within the Km-i f) ro. While the result of, ,the election was in suspeufit% I never snid a word j in criticism' of-the Laurier govern- spread yet, but the sanitary situation THE LIBERALS WANT TO KNOW Many- Questions Aske (he facfc that householders and dealers had. not ordered in advance1of their immediate needs, in the belief, tha't, the s'frike had been settled by minister of the 'if :he government has- heen furnished ,vifh any details n( the riot of strik- ng miners! who arrived at Ferine on mont. Tt- would have been the .height of folly id done so for we must never forget lhat, the government Sir Wilfrid Laurier gave to our peo- ple the preference of tfie Canadian market and we arc grateful to him for that. Hut we arc grateful to him again for that example set by him which has now been followed by er- cry one of the self-governing domin- ions." i was the cause of great anxiety. Mr.