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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT IMitlt JWVEHiBH 1918 i lit Fi i E AN IDLE VISION UNLESS WITH JUSTICE From Toronto before concluence of working together has develop very we shall quote nn The people of tho United spokw Ortr tongue nml shared Tho speaker thpn dealt WltM the granting of selfgovernment to tha nnd mentioned that dur ing this very yoar the British Parlia ment has committed itselt Irrevocably to thn stupendously difficult task of building up in India those Institutions of responsible government which we tion Hall of the Unmrslty of Toron wa io ywterdtr before largo gathering bt the professional and and In the the audience as he discussed No the responsibility tor f reshaping of clvlllnflon after this some foim or I outatandlng issues of the He tlonal change would be necessary to in compreheiiBive the fulllllment of that Proposals fashion of the problems that will confor a change of that nature would front Uw British Hropirs after the come from the Mother they referring to the important part must originate Canada will He dealt with the j Trying Peace Problems question of Federal or Imperial Par1 in opening remarks Lord Charn and referred to the ripening vrood said the war niuy he coming to of friendly understanding between Hn end almost at or it may Km Britain and the United The with stern and sanguinary lui said war situation was reviewed and peace without any doubt na to the problems What is to be isguei throughout the In Iith is an Idlo vision until peo come of Mesopotamia What about or ctS6i he there lie beforo have come to accept the principles the former AustroHungarian Em aiijes difficult and trying prob How will the affairs of the Of Out of the war Balkan nations be managed These come an advance in the cause of jus some of the momentous topics the cause of peace through which the speaker touched It out future The estab Werc ifnWd to fight was one of the most important speechughment of thee aims was not going principles of justice mid lib Hcff of Charnwood said he viry nnxtous hut he scheme should be looked at from the right point of Peace had been put before us as the supreme ond to have in in his opinion peace wag not tho true And we shall not attain peace if we make It our or paramount is llie true object In the Lord rharn he I IN ITALIAN HOUSE I tloni made today In the towvr houta of the Italian parliament Hi it proofs bad been secured that several llfc WariMpfl took tho Americana If you think AluUa in ox bfcfet w KrilK by agreement with Secretary take off per That s our i persona iiHImatn It does not have not the British ought SUM WAR In It wan the BHtUh that nrotrrted There wore Ctotntan stations In the The British mopped them Russia by Way of the British tried to give Interven aenators and deputies were Involved needed on Tho In pacifist and iinmchUts ftctlvtllea applied The Brltiuh were at which raMlted in the Caporette British were In the Mldnt treat excltemeSt Former British Colonial trotps Premier Olollttl wild concemlRS Africa front the The the accusation of he 1 today south from ed action In tho chamber within 14 hours to determine whether the cham Archangel and are at a England has pro ber contained traitors or the ihows no It Is he to curtail It one or tho other must leate this 1ulte rtodify the terms and There could be no lasting without the observance of the principles of and men could nut truly appreciate peace unless they in the history of the Sir Robert Falconer The Sublety of Empire Lord Charnwood spoke of his desire to be the effort of a single peace conJ jt mattered enormously that people generally should get their fun damental moral aim Try the Criminals Discussing the problem of interim And Imperialism His Lordship recalled some of he for the ripening of understanding be things that the British Empire has tweeft thetwo great branches of the jone jor De cause Of but tinnal relations his Lordship refer KngllshspeakiDg and said ag ne jn a sentimental fashion red to the suggested establishment of these things were not Incompatible nor jn an of national van a grand court for the trial of those re with the sentiment that binds the jn gpeaking of these things sponsiblo for the Even after the ous the British Empire ne not help coupling with them court had been established the ques The unity of mind tne parallel development that has tion would arise of providing for a police force to carry out the decisions of the Tn his opinion the Imme diate practical question was what he termed the administrative and legisla tive side of the wojlds and not the judicial Government would have to be established iu some of the centres of the world from Vhlch the war for The backward people of mankind must live tinder the tutel age of some civilized nation of na There were Exploitation of the weaker races by the stronger and the hideous scandals of the which turned one would have to be These were matters which were not going to be settled at a single What of Mesopotamia Mesopotamia could not readily be made i selfgoverning but no one with any sense or conscience would dream of returning that coun try to tho Ottoman The Bri Premier Orlando supported the pro1 j posed appointment of a special inves tigatlon committee of seven j Such a resolution was adopted ahd a committee was but after j examining documents In tho hands of I secret service the members stHt ed that they wore unable to decide whether or not the accusatnn was I Art n close exam ination of the which had i submitted by Deputy president of the committee an of need Cic body had come uniui to the opinloi that thu charg es were unfoti between the selfgoverning Dominions gone on jn the United He of King Geerge had come to fuller gpohe of tne establishment of tho prin rrnitlon during this The War clpie tnat au men arc equal in cer Cabioet had proved to be an effective tain If a man of high de body to carry out the alms of the Em gree VkJlls a man of low or and it was likely to outlive the i tne piling is the other it is Did we need to create a kind 3aaie crjme and the offender of federal or could we wiu De hanged with the same sort of do quite well without any such em is elementary germ barrasslng and difficult and elaborate Of yie principle of equality established conBtitutlom He did not and our common and side by side nobody to and thtt doctrine went the idea of had not reached the point at j In fhe year 1776 this vrhich such a question could finally be latter form o liberty one great stride in advance by the American He was quite aware of the uglier aspects of that but Will Solve Themselves The views expressed by Canadians were not the same as those ol looking upon it as an it the Australia had greater sense of loneliness and re They were in a nearer to possible danger from with out than Austra lians and Canadians were apt to ap proach these questions from different points of From Canada there two questions OM was after It was unsatisfactory to thldV tbat Canada technically speak conceivably be Jnto a war In Canada had nor teen con sulteLtwDn the other one met was a great epoch for for actu ally it brought Into being the idea with which the existing British Empire has held and of course it was a tremendous stimulus for free govern ment among Coming to the present Lord perplexing situation has arisen in the standing of i We are Cbarnwood said the British people tish and British Indian troops had taken up the cause of a were on the spot in and which had pledged their word and were capable of preserving order and which was regarded by Germany as doing those things which the country i Wrap of To the question immediately was not a of the German Chancellor whether we i position that the British Government had considered the the could of simply adding the viewoti the extremely practical j British Ambassador in Berlin replied Mesopotamia to the Dominions of the difficulties wWch must beset the tor1 to the effect that when It was a There would be something in mation of any Mnd of Imperial Partlon Of keeping ones the eyes of the world comically scant the of the basis on which representation in that Parliament must be Jn his these questions would solve They did not know at the present moment what the fu ture position of foreign politics in the was going to Our experi prohibition in this and other pro The orderincouncil passed last January by the Dominion ment prohibited the manufacture and interprovincinl trade in liquor In those provinces where the sale of liquor had been This order was j to continue until one year after peace i was y Now sone one has raised the point Unit as the orderin i council was under the War I Measures the order may become invalid as soon as peace is I The Dominion prohibition commit representing the various provln cial organizations in Canada imraedi i ately issued a call to all the provinces to send A meeting is called for Toronto on Monday next when the whole question will be in quired into and steps will be taken i to meet fhe Alberta will be i represented by and general sec retary of Social Service j League who are leaving today to at tend this soften the Its the British the hullflog British somo one and we are not dispos to defend it ni ther Well and But where It hltns It never That is why Rus waking finds the Briton nt her That Is why recalling that she has leaned on Bri tain since long before the of In her lot with the British confidently War with all the world Peace with British are the poorest ad vertisers In the No one will know the sum of their perfor But they deliver the Eighty thousand they sent to and they have multiplied it an hun And the if we may be permitted to suggest anything as are a great ibly a dominant the Ameri They have contributed to our language and literature taws and customs faith and K JONGi AMI OenL Mantpr CAMTAlPAID SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS coiivtntenct Md courtesy ait Mwrcd to all who deposit their savings this Dank tt H Is not convenient for you to visit UN Bank ptrwn you may open your account entirely by mail Impossible without plain truth Is not that Branch Manager Warner Manager Milk River Manager Protection and Profit When money is in a Savings Account in The Merchants it is absolutely ssff from as far as you are All the time it is it is earning Interest that the bank actually pays you to let it take care of your Dont carry unneeded sums on your person or hide them at Protect them against theft and fire by opening a savings i HC MCRCHANTS BANK OF CANADA Head Office LB1HBRIOGB MONARCH NOBLEFORD Established Aotlaf Aetitf Brltaln did not hesitate narrowly t ij this war were to result in calculate the it ian ejiprm0us expansion of power for by the people of the Unfthe British If more territory ited States that the to were added to the British Empire the the word used by the was a time would come when the strain of Hun and that the stories of German administration would be too cruelty were true and not a One would be grateful to any capable they went fighting te IMPORTANT THERE WILL BE AN Auction Sale OF 1 FURNITURE AT WADDWGTONS AUCTION ROOMS FRIDAY AT OCLOCK TOMORROW AUCTION SALE Farm Household fi have been favored with instructions from Hopkins to sell by public auction at 2nd AT 2 OCLOCK One matched team bay five and six years weight about pounds one saddle seven years old three milch two heavy wagons and boxes onu set work one set buggy one saddle and one Home Comfort fourhole cooking one Bell Organ one Edison Phonograph and and other articles too numerous to mention one fur matone threeroomed 50foot TERMS CASH Also one sixroomed all food six TERMS BALANCE ON EASY TERMS GEORGE PORTER 317 11th Street Phone 169 from have favored with i for which I had recently come to understand and I imitate to a startling degree the spirit which had made the British if they would take the responsibility of poking after Britain would be very grateful if France or the United States would take gome of these world problems off her shoul No matter what nation took on the task of administering the affain of it must do with a recognized mission from a Council of Nations which first and fore the nations now associated in this The putting it of these problems was that the civilized power that undertook the administration of this region of tho world do no as a nianda i tory of civilization under the express condition that respect be shown for the rights of tho native peo i pie and for the interests of other civ ilized and subject to the peri odic audit and revision exercised from t time to time by a council of the civil ized i Keep Eyes on Justice Dealing with tho and the former AustroHungarian i thn speaker said it was quite possible that for some time to come It would necessary for the exer cise supervision over that class of and to insure not only that the settlement the peace confer ence proven to ho the right but i the alteration and improve to meet changes of clrcumstanc es that will arise shall be made in the Interests of justice and shall not ma ture into a new sore and a newNgriov ance festering the heart of peo ple that will he the spark to kindle future worldwide RETIRE i Ulrich Wille commander of the Swiss has asked the federal council to relieve him of his Since the armis tice has been his vices can be dispensed 4 BRITISH BULLDOG NEVER LETS From The Louisville Ken tucky CONSERVATION OF Useful as a Fertilizer English Expert on An Oxford George Yea who is connected with the Am erican Smelting and Refining Com panyH Hinelter at near Salt Lake advocates the con i sorvation of common soot from chlm Chimney soot is one of the richest firtilizurs Yeadon 1 Hoot IOittuiiiH not only but sulphuric nitric acetic chlorine and The value of is well known in England where it Bells for about a It often thrown away us worthless by those who do not know the but caryful farmers should every When sprinkled around plant it prevents attacks from lie and tha rain carries it down into tho whore it does duty Soot iH eupnclally KIIOI for killing ilio weevil thai Kiciit daiiiiigu to alfultii ill Iluh unil other KXions If the Kaiser possessed prescience or had read he must have tradition has it that do if some one steps on our when he knew for certain that his spies had and that the stubborn bulldog British dej cided to live or die with The British have had a bad record for an ambitious despot to They brought Philip of Spain to his Knees curbed the power of Louis the Great of grappled with the mighty Napoleon and never let That the gist of the mat They never let Great Brit ain andher Dominions have sent over eightandahalf millions of men into the When we have sent we will have done And not we may Thousands of American lads will come to us alive and whole because thousands of our bloodbrothers from the British Isles have been killed and have taught us how to Britain made her army while France and her own navy held the i That is a broadly reluctant to But it is Rannymede did was done for For all this they There is hardly a home in Great Britain which does its unyJaited grave in France or not a Htreet on which the permanently maimed do not limp to uufKCUHtom ed And ihu figures show that tho percentage of casualtim from the mother country exceeds the percent age from the Overseas 1 thus disposing of one of the mean most dastardly lies of the whole j Satanic German Why do repeat this Because Englands contribution is either den ied or derided iiecauue the fact that her ships fed and muni tioned Italians my nothing of neglected the fai that she rose from nothing ut all ID be a military partner r France is mentioned no I British bottoms convoyed by Brit HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons 0ay IB giving away a victory Bond for thn nearOHt Auction Sale OF i Live Farm Household immiiimmumin I have been favored with instructions from JENKS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT HIS FARM 331022W4TH Five Miles East of Eight Miles North of Kipp 3 AT 11 OCLOCK SHARP One Bay PeroherJn eight years One Team Grey seven and eight years a One Team Bay four and eight years One Mare and One Team seven and eight years One nine years One Bay four years One Roan nine yaars One Bay three years One Bay two years One Spring six months One Durham three yearc Fresh very choice and Six fresh bpfore January Six fresh in Two Twoyeapold Three Twoyearold Six Oneyearold Four Oneyearold Four three Brood 20 Store One International Gas 1525 One Challenge One Aultman Taylor One Fivebottom Stubble Engine One McCormick Binder one MasseyHarrls One 20 double I One Van Brunt 20 One 16diic Inandout One Twosection Harrow One Oliver Gang One John Deere Gang One Onefurrow Sulky One 4 Campbell One Deerlng One Imperial Feed 12 One Engine Pump and One 10barrel Water Tank and One 125bushel Grain Tank and Two complete with bundle Five complete with grain One one Fanning Ten Sets Double Work Two one Platform One Cream one One one Washing numerous other articles too numerous to months credit on approved joint 8 per 5 per discount for This is one of the inest herd of milch cows in this Come we must start in the days arc FREE LUNCH OWNER AUCTIONEER ;