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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta uol .jilnyctl !.pne who Js-ssfDilii'llii' tliqlr 'the liiwcourii 'iior 'It: 'iMlinlarCnkbii ij urni'i'lime, aiicl oili' soourltV, of! ''pension-1 liccWiii1 cusulzmU of moot coanary (his world, ovon' UIIDII Ilioso coiiBliUiratioiiH cvon untliorlty. In tlio om" for 11 elmrt. uxlstonco upon tliii lf Ills-plumi. In'advance, mill 16 nlot In dnyu of noncu un- Canadian Citizenship, I 'By Dr. Andrew Macplmil. I pOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOi, .-Copyright by Press Limited. _; Until the timo fioiiomUon Itlie term wns 111 mulur- whlch affect tho dominion of an uciwl-s yntal tionut can both PUSH by nerone- Inorc whim of the United States. ly when they arc "spoken to" 'in a Nollilng moro degrading been onili! Uoliallns society. Quoetlons of right mill wrong are notoriously tllf-1 public iiltico, but ilu> part ot thc'un- lieaijl In thin country since 18'lii, when 10 frustrate them. In Ibe (mil- they proved more than a match for Selkirk even though ho had control lc IMUCC, ou ll1 par o e un- fliMllt or niiprulHomonl, and a frleml wedded or mnrrk-d niiild Is hard parliament of passed an of tlio Coinpuny which vim sovereign tional l-H are only maintained by thOBe who Imve the to defend tliom, Thou eiiHtiml (t prolongwl striiEglc between the two Companies llid IMXW. liuproi'ed.! Iii ti'wf" end' bfi-Vifci' old order. Canada hml long aliowm an interest In this "Great i and Llio frontiersmen Slates, also liod-an cyo iiuoii'll. Iscrllio an Indian, a Ofrenchman, or a Ik'ind of nondencripUjYankoo. To thin rtiiy many of tlio older residents In Jjoutreal refer to Biplr Krcncli fi I as "Cniiadlans', a term t.o which the late fine cjnrraiey under the form "Canadifn or "Cauayen." j' who write; without llllnt Ing and oven think th'ey write aro in me llllbit of d( scribing Canada as !f nation and Inhabitants as histei'.d of thcso- sixty -yearn M.lsHlBslnpl Thin Includes u lonlstB wen; driven out of their home imsftj') Init thiBtffe .the cast present Minnesota which were Riven to the Thi upon Vita a merely mcr-' Had Lord Selkirk's I'1 was on the lllth of June isifi. Lor ticautv aiul'-'ilcsirabjifv will casb'hi.'r lilt. A.VIMIEH reasoning by principles they are guided by their sentiments, imd use citizen under an illusion t they know what It means. The e has come to abandon guebb and resort, to analysis, to put Uiis word to tbe question, and com- pel it to yield np its meaning. "The political status of British' sub- jects who reside in the self-govern ijlg dominions beyond the seiis is T new thing in the world, are not colonists, because they not liihonable to Imperial ifiia not subjects of itbe Kinf ibe fyiil sense, because equally tbe dcYenUlng Crown and the institutions fmnnnte from it. They do not, share In' the privilege of dccjdinjjr wiiat the iifstitntlons shall be under which tilt.ey are to live. To be taxed wiib djit'. helng represented bad (fnough. To be neither nor is more contemptuous Still. To share in tlio privilogcH of ph'e .Empire without sharing in the Burden is freedom pushed to the ff.eme. It is a condition of lawless ijcss, the abnegation of solf-respcet, of the respect of the world. Dwellers within the compass of the seas have declared tliiit, as for themselves, they, will bear tbo bur- den of defending the whole Umpire so" long as they are able. Such help i's we have given they accepted glad- But national safety too .rich tweon good wars and had ana a European enemy might not wait whilst Conservatives and 'Llbera't wore debating (he matter at Ottawa. I In; Prime Minister oE Capo Colony by conniving at the invasion of (lie Thin lack of definition In our clll- 1 loyally.-' j.nclienio been carried to a more BUC- Selkirk who heard the neWH when zenship Is the cause ol all our itolit- of vasarleB again i ccBaful issue in .the beginning of tlie on Lake Superior en route to K-.nl ical ovl'l. Sixty years a-o it allowed "eK in of our ciliMiislilp: lust century this territory might have River retaliated by capturing Fort nilfclit bin ttic tint, of piolyatonibtb to btioU if Aotill iiivjiJ difficult small Mint, of to I mo" IUO "n weary, ol bi-nn effectively occupied ;landu us and In our owu lime, i llmt freedom from obllga-! boundary line might have Uoo iu ihi or il Ibis ib dlf- OutMde of tlio liosti tho ebfrf ob nposcH' M itit oj us biicccwj uus Unit it y is tho, l colom shut ofibffcoiu accus iu UK ,e Ifils William, and put In Jail the JO fen- In numbers. Well might Lord Dufforln. wiy "Canada d roams nor dream, giiii forbodos hor I oid Stlklrkes tolorn has been! ui up from Canada to arrest him. failure jet in a seiiBu Itj i htst were high lumdtd protoi.diifpj.i i euccc t bm ill us was IK tile" lmp pi in ting it proved ttgfirc Mtul all lortihlv aud of the Uc-ti itocl (he cjjlphigfs tl'e ttttim ite union with On .ghl It ficc to fu'L an UP b jj not an end JUB Jt db the naked p hen wild in .vj orth ehjbvcd a condition of fiecdom w.as j unite up to the ide il of the Hjotit ert autonomist I leetknp (il voiced from tin, s( nhe of obligation ilways ends' in disaster. The muni cipul government in tho United States attests to...the truth .of that, Foud: tilisiii itsotf wiib the ile ten edy foi' unorganized freedom, and humanity has boon paying the price for near thousand yea is 1 he greatest" danger to.a. com mini i Ity Is tlie absence of dangeV. A-'senst of, security which is not is Ilif piohtdc to (Us loter No txifat t d foi long ichtd upon power outside of ilKolf., Possibly we j ;ire living in a new (ia when the j own1 hoiibchold tint not back lli.o incident set inte forth in all; LK 1 ih in 7 tnu v'i ,_____ loi Ircci U idolhotueen C i the U( iful Stiteb pliccd toll l LUitonlly bofocc the f I t of-Py i liaimnti in Ottawa, and befoie tlii of tlu 1 m li itul iclc of Us biiccc tho l colom shut jutfcosl it Ihit li'iis u H'-'lort. ..__ _ Lhcn UL hiiit suf PI niio uist of pjitfil failiut 11 ought fo in LS17 J" l-1 rtim httstontd tht the i fc To ut v, Inch Colin Hobeitbou, Ind feolMJpk is in Jtwfy lllllon no h up bun dr .....i ij.i... j Ksult raefw (Hed niucli r danger ot upon oiiritlics bjNcll told I oid tht v.c Id h it there was of Hbt wn might tuni tiaitort, it 'rnopoljiU Whiiljiould of Mexico umlni .nidi and let us stip it tfrjjn i law ttnits I here will bumf 'Alts and died m I upland it an the whoh of HIP Scht to thp unpiie ind I old it, ii Jlu si Ue of H St itci of thai cjun t thut this hich h id become mlolerihk IB (Ait''' tec it irnl tool i Hnntners of land would jet lit e l popul itlon of 111 aid 10 b ah am ilj, uiution ot Ihi, Mstiubmcps IK, i Sell nl freit it p6i> -......____t inllhoi i simple lOMslon of tulfi Stlliil 1 only rcjiublics rouvldtrcd and thai troi thp pi mcipal cilif s T 10 ti of f uii tlnf ilLMcin of finance, t m inlfesto fliit from HIP cniliuihut went tu ion to hear pi ol ossoi s prorlaitn f heii f i u s foi the loyalty of their fellow citizens: j I tint Bruuli oE the Diiikhtut.. of the RLpiibhc foltinnK, Idcclued Hint tin s of Ihrlr j homos was in danger; we should then si} of the hit th uiold is HIR ol us n uiu y citizenship which was so clis- I tiuUful of Lp i fopblt thing to rely irpanrin the hour of mcd In no othei rountM m tnt, but Cin-yJa and China -ouiii he HI e lie "cni u ihonaliU dec I i I ing -that Its existence depended uyion the limitation of trade with a bou i I he essence of lie h this that ill citizens shtib in th bin den pquilh iccoidint to then c prfce rfext business )b to s to his taith onl semblc ni one place uitl find out ulnt S- hen: i I oru o in Utho of is I 01 tlie Vi LSI had irnnsfer to Canada In nn effortVtoi detach it froni tho Brftlrh Hfimerlin from BlrlhJ'in' iK-jilli. Man corn Into this world without his con out md leues II against hlV MIII nit his on earth his time jtt ipcnt In one contfnuoub rovudt jof confrmes and mibundcistrndingti bv the of his species Iu his' ml um hi, is HI insci in his hood IIP is a devil, in his manlfpodJ be is overytiiing from a lizard tip, 1 In his duties ho is u damn fool: if'he' laibts a fimih he is i chump if hej (lusts t snail he is a thief i and (ben the law raises the 'devili 1 witlrhlin. If he is a poor man he ia'ai j poor .manager and lie has no if he is rich, he is dishonest but con-' faldnd (-maif if he is in politics jou him AH he is, nn undesirable ud still thcic. Arc Ihoscjt to lessmss i id dis jcltizcu; If be goes to church he iti a! licit is it no period before I Inpocnli, III! UtSI k k( t io work 10 his deeds of violence marked the hut pi fee is ben it and Hlto OXCLIHIOU nul w is L oliu Robntson made in i proportionnl HJKP m saj bi bton In fllc Noill! liiumin itinj, renml to lord bell nk how it will be.-kperit. ihcn only sihnll! These two companies had for) or since has been tolerated. Many wo be able to pay with truth Soldlci KKV. C. H. "if. Great Cniiudiail IVrilor Whose of Citizenship Iltivc encc if Out in IIis Vrnls lamb may lie down with the lion in House of ,_ mglou Ihpgo biinplt Can id L it kast hu 1 sought fo ihc ipprphension in tli" minds of .y truth cius> i Brituiinicus suin' l Lp to tbo pitsent moment tht, poo pie hajft, jmd the ind b di been hitter rivals, but Lord i when he was urging- the.employment irk brought on what was pructl-: ot Canadians namely- lluit "the Qrk open i f IP in .ill ihp rtoitntry j neymcn afraid 'o.be lawless in fiom I ul L Supprlorf to Hie Pacific, i a lawlps land Jin h to to.U Tthe ick him. Jf he 'die: lli ttest 1S io. foro him if I e Ihes to -i ripe ohi pihilige calling ihb tune Jti U ol ill soltle ihandal and tlie-iuo in he is blmph in the and hwng uns fcr itJacm to (loeirip if tut.? mtnt i 1 ill in the Ciij i r t One ample ot id tin ot on uiual tGjni? risk tho ch inrj i L a A ft% points mftivj lit, dchborUch hot he vfttn if he st ns iwa> frpmj church he ia a sinner'and if he donates to foreign missions ihw dens it foi if he doom t he mi ind i tifcht wad he first! comes into the world everybody waits to kiss him whan he goes out, tliey all want to young (hero- ip tnnei i! rvpnit-ts This I H.flinnj loul but we ill like to travel' II just the ariiie "But manj" othcis whotcpniiuK ircre r filial i pisslon fof iiie loue md fisher hnd lont pn j joyed and a teur then tutibist A might be filcliRd away ceeded to create a panic. It was by dint of asking, what they pro- only I K VM-H 31 nil It 11) K, afraid of that wiser -hends allayed Tanus as open. the 'United States has riiore tliaii third, of its army massed upon its southern border prcparcdvfor defence attack As we in Cimmln have progressed towards autonomy our .sc-iiKe of citi- zenship has weakened, and autonomy lias ended in anomaly. Like the bat iu the Table, wo.are neither bird nor beast. The world which hears us talk of our status does not know if we are in the or out; or, if ao, when one moment Uilk of our hcritige md it- mother ourselves that we are as free to ab- stain from war, and accept the qon- that is tlie real test if we wore uitLzens of Bolivia, Equador, or Peru. The situation is dangerous, because il. can be solved not alone necessarily by ourselves but by any chance power which may choose to fire ii shot f I'am not thinking at the niomcni of the effect produced upon the world or even upon the Empire by this an6mnly In oiu hip i am concerned most its effect upon ourselves Om ?Itu lUou iu tlu comuimlilb wiiA tint ot i to be staked .upon the cast of in distant assemblies oC whose sjprret woi kings iiqlhinR H would bo uli- to tius-t lo the Aolunlar> as Klstance of a parlinment it) which i iinn is tor heard to declare thai freight cars were of more concern to" him than warships. Very i fie- British Uixpajpi icpllev if Hut IsHhb way you feel we must provide the warships which will ensure frpp passage for the contents of 'eight cnrs to youi rfiarfcels it is not HuKicientJjwuiuncc to, th'oao who occupy of lo be lold th il in Can idn are doing something for dcfjiflU hat, taking the estimatts for militi i naval Bcrvlco thcl of; the low warships purohatted and-lo be buill, the outlay chargeable to the nrcanlratlon of the naval service, tho items allotted for the erection and maintenance ot armories and store-, houses, the amount involved thn vcar Is wherons in 1880 it was only and in if this ctiuipmenl ten tihies "Teater than It Is, those who woman In.HocIety -'is b61d lliemsclvca responsible for pro-' defined.' Khe ad- icclliiK Hirt he-art the could I viinces of l.hono who would marry not relax their vigilance, unions they i and of (hose who would lend her were absolutely assured lhat their: astrny, and Is not free lo- yield in trust nql-bawrt upon rlRlmlenblo cither direction the .oUiiivs -HUo'iViheiv Imljlily.. safety. If so, it has dawned within these cowurdb foius Did they the past five years, and the Janancso tlcipate, possibility that the said the last word to the Russians i Lnitcd A on id lAereiee foice upon fbo subject of war. Any manj to compel'' thX'inYto enter now living-, who was born prior lo I icim Union? pid 'they imagine tho year 1S50; has seen more of war j invasion by American troops? No. than any other individaul who over j Were the Americans offering them lived. At Uio present moment tho} free trade as u burglar would cast Ioa1' Ab a guilft 10 No lerinse th it JHHJXT STKIVIKN. Hit riliT.ruship Spells riiihtnthrophy. 1 ord Sol1 iik emit, lo bung pedtt to- Red River and brought a sword as seems to be fate of many amiable eu thusiats. Yet his dreams came true pnd lus woil alter success not hp r-'use his is uoilc but foi Un- reason that ilie forces arrayed against too strong 50 bu overcome Yet lie set other forces time. in motion w Inch i tht uid pd IirrsistihJe in bntf w is o l 'j, out irom bcorliml dpstuute posHasaoclRin D.IOAX aidoad j of .their homes and setrie them upon the virgin prairies of the present Manitoba The crofters on thousands ot hilK bein-, nom then homes.-that liiid Uotin theirs and their forefathers before them, to make way for whoop. The sufferings of tjieSe poor .people, the land who had niiid'c Scotland what slip, wns; m6vcd the compassion of Lord Selkirk, hhn- ,seir a rich peer of born in 177.1. This tiiniple and creditable motn c T? m misprint, of his aelion which imohcd him in i storms f taitcr Tins it, tin starting point j he could not sne whither tlie rond i hu had entered upon led. His nt once stirred up the of nil the fur traders, lot oulntif tht Iinlson Baj Compain but P pspcxi of tho Noi 1 i Fur C omji un of ifotni eal These men saw- ,'ihe ultimate conse- quencoa of his project clearly. Simon MeGillvray of IliaMhidson's Buy Com- pany wrctt: "Lord Selkirk must be driven to abandon it (his project of Bet I lemon i) for its success would strike nt I lift very existence of our -III-TIUIU JIT frfirst' Tseiil 54" of aott'firrt lo Eastern Canada, might suddenly bn with- onrly in (he raitury visited Monl- drawn? No, because that means had rcn1-, ?ro s of lln' North >Vest Comtmiiy, and Intnr he- 'cu.ino interested in tlie IludKon's Bay Company. It nppnnrs. that as tiniR went on his ambition a wider rnnge. He, bt'gan to buy up control (ir.'Uie under the mlvicp.; of CollfifxKobtjrtson. Tho stock.'issued rUhom Milt" Vacljn i f ncll (lit i of die txptdtUpn considqwi i iLllou lowtl out In eiidcavour.Ml colonists JQ ishote A itior i "nine pound shot througn the bottom of his boat.Xind Capiain Mackenzie swam ashore iu such choler that, be sent a challenge to-fight; a duel to j Captain Roderick. Macdounell wrote that this moan fellow was a relative i f Sii All hoato t of he North. "West Company. Tho colonists reached Fort York on liic 2-1 tli of September where they wiutHred amid i much hardship nnd active disrontent Tt was not till, August 1812 that ihey JK HUPI in! m L ]ij 'natives friendly, to the North West Company who let them know plainly that they were unwelcome inoit colonists wtie biodght out and two Presbyterians in the pirlj wore minlal at Toi t "Voik Father Burke, a priest of the Church of Rome. In 1313 another liarty was landed at Churchill and Soil dcpi tclntlon pai t il eb of same pluiacrti a self abbt rantfon Tdcfh come from over-thought'of self; and both whsn splf is merged ,u something tUc lust ns 1 we tiro earnestly anxious for some [icsult bLfcin to foi ir I oui stopping to gauge our i to thin! in) tiling nt all about them j Ibe molhei who inhnth child an 1 debiKs his bobt good iiTi bpuud 1 ti time in bewailing V i unfitncrt lo turt ol him Sit bcrliiH jt does her best, i and her pouei brotts, with eVerjl tffoit I he business man wuht if lamllv Jtpending upon him does i ocl dclnx providing for the momberbjbc cuiie lit distrusts his ibilitj tr do so; he, forgets to consider that, snrpl; pursues his work as wellras' he can. So iu every instance, nlf tlopieclative will cease takiUint af out thcniKcKps at all ind devote i all their thought and to ?the i duty in' hand, they -will find their strength ind fitness for the woilv] grow with exercise, and 'the vl.ich have stood way q( but i cess will melt away. J also been adopted in ISfJG, when, the Treaty WJIB dcuou'iicpd.- And RO their foars were cnlmed, and they went to .sleep again, tint it wns all very tiresome. These, terrified the Ameficansfbjit them-. ihey'-'illaclose'tl-Mo tlie stood and lie-.nought worhitfhiit they miUiVIn their "P o JtHlniiig coiitroUof three goiiiJral elections hnve'lWen'held alflce thut ot wmit .America HOX. A. L. KIFTOX, IMtK.MIKK Of ALHIIHTA. Sill CHAttLKS TDPl'KB, BART. ONK Of THK KATMKH8 OF COM f IM LLtcr the Sixth Royal Itegimeiit under command of Col. Crofton was sta- tioned at Fort Garry.: Col O'olton hi Ei In IMS aftti the liiternntionil boundary question settled, and was succeeded by 100 pensioners who quickly became absorbed in the. set- tlement. One rensoti for this" gitr- I'iiiou was the attempt of the Company 'to enforce a moiioplj of trtUlc a.cfiinst, the wishes of the Colonists When the new era, began in I-S21 tl r wfMc W b otch at ildou in and Swlc" IP brought" out who settled and inipimftnlcd with tht OP Mem i n n 1 otxlo. who wore skilled ..artl- .us, were brought to a lantl lucre was no possible For tholr Innditiafli, In 182r many of Ilium moved' io Toiuid I nil Sm il up in Mm Sir George Simpson was the new pro-consul of Kmpirc who directed th.o .vilh wop.dei omp i iv VkliinMe Tim. Andrew Wilson, Jin attorney, '.was' named Ibe "administrator ofyaiir eslate. It v.-iis his duty to lucky but Jiiiaaing brother. "He was si i ping tmniiis for the shcpp on his tn plover s fun up imong tho mibi clad -hills "or said Mr. Wil- son, "when 1 found htm. 1 had trated from farm on which1 he was bonii'.'.'stcp. by atej) Ihrpiigli forty yoars.of .Ul-pntd tiiui often nipFt unpleiisimt labor before I approached'! In n H was not difficult tor he ti ul 1 held but :i few, positions in all those 0is one In inc connlrjyiJt PW him Ate %ou Alexander i pi en son' 1 afekul am snd In tin nip ind thp 1 nilt brothei Junes is dead in said I I awccl all men must c tti die lir iMfd slicing twin JTc lef i snid I. 'I want w como hoiihc with mo o !m I can .ostnblhdi your inarched overland to Fort York. On ottlu o m un u the march fbc wife of Angus McKay fin l! gave birth to a child, nnd, as thn i l-onght back from Lord Selkirk's party was short of provisions, McKay hrlrs (ho prlnrth ciant (f 1 ind uric! was'left with a guiu to utmrd the 'lic t'ouncil of was tout in which and'child, hllshoil lo gmun in Sii uid later, followed the party bn to wna pusidrnt -md ins offi Fort York. H is not to be wondered- ctirsv wsro.'hK toundllqjF rr-nge'for you to outer into posses- of the CBtaic.1 .'I'll talk to o'clock, young saiTl be. '3 II b'i busy till then. Thny fortune will licf-p. but thny turnips'will not. at that latci- thi, .family, removed old aidn mto Dnlnrlo. Other pnvlioH. were brought t-vqr ion of freedom nf tr-de n Inler years. Compinv hid lntl Tho''ColonifliH Hiirrcrod' givat enforced it In in V mx they did, or did not. adopt, certain deal through nt, Tlio peueral court c.nMc IL (MIIOMM Oi j writer lolls the rollowing curios- of trade lit has latch been R tobiCLO ib cucdj) ti (re no Covpiument lutv nn i he informs ue bordt r n thni n is nn In to mo. I dial slict-l OUP iide of which is in ind the other in Sonorn M On the soulli of this strept n tobacco store sells an e t1j.ii of a ccrtpin blind joi 0