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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE TTEJRAL.P 1-riduy, 'October 17.1913 u ath with'BABY'S comfprUble, freshly cut flowers i stin'troubles, exp'.a Striking Speech on Imperial Relations by Rt. Hon. Herbert Samuel the Torouto Star. Del. 6-1 "Voa speak lo itie as a alive of Dowuiug Well, o! Street, in a seme. liul not. lei uie assure you. of- the? o'.J of cognize lhat uo error could te grfattr I tban to attempt to pros this problem j {to a conclusion beforo >ve are j IhBt we lu view the rlsbt cou- j elusion. Xo wurei1 Uilug could, be eager to: elory. to sit uowu and pen a complete cousiitutloa for the Kuip- Ire as- a IT WH.l. Fchool of thovigbt as the British Post- j (JKNTLE.MKN'. AS IMITISH 1NST1- 1 TCTION'S rSUAIJA- COME, NOT BY ICED COCOA! o, HI6M Hou. -Mr. Swrnirt preyed the j' STKi.s of lie msln jiirl of iU.Blwech o> of the main of makins lo.bU tbe rea the party Iu, Kus'aud posed the Chumberlslu for l liuperal preference. It was not. lie I SJid. for any want of- sympathy for tlie object of Mr. Chamtierlalu had In The- Liberal paily supported AXD CAUT- tOl'S. SO -THAT IF THEY WROXS THKIK DIRECTION' CAN BK CllASUKB BKr'OHK HARM CUIenct Be Adequate. must be system of luii'cr. sure vuu. vi v-u w. eiUteJ two or that but It "was owosecl vinA _-_l -__nn I ipniblv to ihe method MiACCsUu. IBM generations U.jone. tersbly to Ihe methoJ Ttut is realize In England thai New Zealand, anil I'nlt- Ml Soutli Africa must not be Interfer- ed They have enterprises of their own. They uiim be masters of their own local affairs. Tte free- dom of the Dominions is tbe strength uf ihe Empire. The.Koniau Kaililre died because loo'mucb of it con- centrated iu oue centre. Toe British Enivnre lives, aud 1 it will con- tinue to live, because its various lurts are free." This. [.art ,of. oue 6( most bl Defence. Just how that Is lo In J deflgiieu 1 am not Its forin It must bo It taust be ou' 'DEATH CHAMBER IN .TORONTO pied the orchestra rgan'Tfat oue end I think the Imperial ConstMutipit lias, ot the room. -Ji'hi'jnjlnislastn uot yet reached furm. which the speech was received was re- Unity and Monarchy., uiarkaljle. -_ Tfae address was.1 in effect, a setting forth. dee .'of the'iiiost precise and lucid speakers in British public life, of .the. attitude the Ulieral party in takes toward'the question of imperial relations. It wit not only JUST try it, ICED, can imagine it n delicious cooling freshing. Cowan's Cocoa is a perfect easily 'absolutely li.-Tarilf lie recited the rea- ate fur It s purpose. sous for opposing Tariff Kelora. scale with object la pointing the rea-1 Our defence should uot be; sons to do so. local.inter-j KVIU1 s and Imperial Inlere.ts would be DOST WANT TO disastrous 'to tha Empire. Net an Ecahqmlc Matter. -'The DeparlmBDl of Justice is tirg i pen'sed- -.wtiea.- .tJial all oytsiile esecutioDs be alli inEitiftbe .pgnt.Kiliy worded, but Us message wa? sfgnihraot as beiug tautamoant to unofficial couirauEicaiion between th tie ana of Vanaila. 'The Btl PostmBster-Geaeril Dandled" pointe of the ulruoat delicacy, such tact.' and >et with such as to sit the admiration of all who heard him. He created the impression 'in the minds of his hearers, whatever their various political convictions may h if. there aov ar iu'ite. future iii'-thp out qt questions affeciing Imperial it %'iCl not be for vant. of stacdiug of-.the'-ccilcnial taint on tbe of iiicte who are- ot the fame ;'i. -'J-'--.---'-' -r. _____ fiom, those sreal fac- tors, sentiment and public ti there are, li'nelleve'.-faiir factors which the developments of toe future in this'regard must, to a'greater.or No As3i The'imperial goveiumeut harbors acsressive design asaiust any a'. the nations on the face ot the haVH- globei Our only object- Is to the face of. the heaven knows, .oush without our seeking loss extent! be based. There are four. The first is The monircliy is common lo the le behieen states miv It has been .preserved for. a -L. as a atprm from the IbouiMd.iveari .It is.Uie tViiVride'iior-defences.-, bond unities' M: permanent-} irblch are governed -S31- yon -arp I form- o: different; those tbe' north 'a'nd those1] lu the Ironlesi-. arid' subtropical re- j must'go ]j [a niafce secure gions.' Oa-ing-io the splendid sense. ,.omm-a-nd of. {jlc Eeas. we! of'duty and'devotion to the.Constilu-1 j- the old'Country hold to he'vitnl. j lion which-ha'E bedii 'shown by' fte bear an enormous debt, a'debt''in-. who have tliroi.e, ,argely through the very Ws cially in recent -yearf. the monarchy Kon (or lls Rmpire we rjW Df thoiish pctmauent j peace 1 Uurely attained. So I Ndlson v thinks jf f. m have a say ing-in JL "What Lancashire thinks England thinkstd-morrow.'V.v: Sounds conceited, perhaps, but. history' has given some justification 'to the. statement that; the .rest of-the country Lancashire's lead. Jtlaks to-day, the candy will think just aboot stnns vr the ..situation the -world- of There package chocolates made 'the Neilion'quality'set a new standard ant! started a new pace'in the production'of high claw .chocolates. HEN the Xeilson simple 'white' box with rich gold 'embosstog and the yrey mmcte its first tp- ptaranct some there was a ruth by the chocolate to emulate it. Then when Neilson produciug some woaderful new inveo- were copied. .And whentvtr the NtiUon etptrls new a copy of it is sure to appear some months afterwards. 'This Central following of the Ktil'on suadird is, of co'u rs'e, good for the public, 'that an imitation is but a copy of the real thing, that Neilson's are the "Chocolates that are Children never When you send them to the store It's easy to remember the Jim" carton. is good for. Erowing.foUi too. with.mait, rolled., baked and toasted to an appetizing goodness. require "for they'look for t; TOASTED WHEAT .FLAKES H.A. VyTi. H-O tis; and which is' certainly ghly competent, couri.-1 have heard j f0 in': which the j Canada.'some criticism of this body ralght-reudef alJii shall say ipecially from one. legal man. Hut nothing. Tliat Is K matter .which Is} e ha.d .recently lost jtwo causes before your- House ejlJiid'iclpl-Conjniittee Parliament. I therefore..have. nle Utflffci Of jiiesent of the erince-.wlllch.'as'yoii Carded as in its It rears; wlilch. the' rijht that, .Is j ;.r. 'rime '.MlQlitera of 'tliE Some ot-lho': other :Mini9ters i presS riiion OM articipate'.' This debates upon the'Do-'; inriVe's at ran-1 take, or whether they lujioiu, but it lias no'esecutfve aulh-; [nie aclioir whatever, fly. we ffpl, inaMfir_fnr-uiKnni. .amj far CommllUs of Imperial (hem aloiie. Vitally important as "Finally, in the fourth place, there. subject Iheni the Empire.! the Commute of Imperial Defence j iieyerineles'i the