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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta I.KTHBKMHiK DAJLV HEHAI.D Fcidsiy, Octolter 27, T.JII. RELATIONS BETWEEN CANADA AND STATES An b> I'or.v Ol-AlbcrUi Urn- At the International Ili'y Farming Congtuss, President .Tory, of the Un Iversity ot Albertal delivered the fol- lowing addrc'js on the "Krlalloni Bt tween Canada and -ilic United of your forenlolTt. American.university lias called oui spiritual In- lttntLo UnifV thlk (.enaral head- ing foi tlio> plinjtfst oi ihlft {lint-lie- Ion I place o common Inn- ?uuge, our literature, our common rolUipiis .a'iptrntlonti. mid tb or worship out common (Mlucn- .loiml ideals, and. the common spirit I behind oiir poliliciv Institutions. other Klihont bi-ln.K conni'luiu of the Tl.u splendid old b'ngUml .tnuis.DlnrUml to thfl; fr.ee .soil of CaimOn and the Jim developed In spiritual .and In- Itllecluil In A tilaiiiidr-unt.ur- oveii mother in Hng- thedoctrines of" and his calls to religious htive found even n nl6rV''cbriisehlHl home tlinti in the mother land." true Uifct the., inod'a of expression' .-ometiines'i'hunpcs: in KnfUalul a blsji :ip Is "My In Canada it is' lilaln bishop, 'lish And'burr; I uiulerEtaiut In the-' of things in the tin- ted States It Is sometimes ed lo liut the thins in spirit' and in" comi-eillllj; power Is the SMile. Kvery great conference in Our common language makes It Im- jcuimdii or in thu'iriiiteU States vltlt ;When'your secretary informed nr, with us lo rol'usc to by reprcsv-niatives ot ;lhe''.carrcfr arrival here that 1 was to on the subject of the rt'mtions ate 'unless the governments ot the j ponding bodies in Hie oilier. have a Ice In the north, but you portion, down of practically Divided -jiftwAii tho greater pofttaii of the'North Amerl continent." niatnlfi cent eontliMnHt Is, Viio lii'oiit bea'uli- III of the' whole earth. 'rfijh til 'any 'tradition of tyranny, we ire fw lo build up two-jraat' Ejiiiliih- speaking conirrtjinlitas, o'l jood w.'.i and'co-operation. Compare he various ponions'of the two.'coun- rles. ami the .Maritime: prov- uces have, practically Identical pj-ob- xW llnmpshiiji'inid Jcnnom. I'eiinsylya'nlA. fd Michigan, slrajlar ta tiieje fit-On- -irlo. This conference Is- the landing evidence of how similar" arc o problems of our Western life. Jlr. Chairman, I have a vision of o- w.-.v.. These jtl'o American continent of the two countries'Should prohibit the Ini-1 men mingle their Blinro. 1 future. .Tlmt vilion .reminds me-of. Canada with the I'mted States, I of houks and papers from j their common aspirations Hardly con. >a ctory that 1 once hoard concerning confess 1 was somewhat 'nonplused. !OPO lo 'he other. The KOk-ntUic work j scions of the fri-t that they my novjiwo travellers who climbed one of firsi was that he -dosliud jJonc MK country has no language) at borne. Ik-re is one of, thu the his'iKst Alpine peaks to .set me to present a Canadian point of I harrier Mew with rcipett lo lecuit events. I tuiul he iin my looh tlcn foi ht inline hat I ricr lo prevent prupcr use and j factors Ihat Inw promot.cil -.he spirit [view of the surrotimline country. One rprelntion in the other. As an ii-ior fellowship :ivd co-one: a I ion. which or Iliem. ww a inHn of an historic turn '1-at. 1 was not politics. [ilS. 1 j------r of CPI orna- i'ustr.xtion of this ;i might recite informed me in my own experiei'c'.-. I ,years ago 1 was to the j llitnl second stats of mind, how- of a university -sheii 1 have stated L'Jtween 'us. '1'hen in ediieatiom.'i ideals eonstanily h'jlpins each other. Since tiio days [of mind. He lo'oked south and east, e are recalling: the fe'.orlcs of a mighty pust. his mind hn saw -i.h'j splendid hls- of tbe jiory. of Greece Home and env ner wis moie than the on paper in an of Pariiatneiu. ilo' this of the East. In an ecsiacy of aji If OL- is "o Alborta M take up my; Of persistent am', delight, he lifted his hat and said: discuss, i jbjcct the rcla- duties I visltiu many of The idea behind our com- of the past. I salute yon.' Groceries of Quality 'v, More and More are our Customers Impressed With tine Fact That This is the One Dependable Store forQuality s a brottur. 1 was told by every j 0, frea j.plondid oue of tiiem tiiat the moineni I was ready io receive, they would be W.'.I-i may grow and flourish, is a common motive power, tlie I fc'jtween two is diffi- to escape from political rofereu-; f-'11' ccs. think niv attitude of mind {he rospect to the oilinl j pei.t te ioiib w s sorjewEiat like 1II.U of nn l ishbors littl lue 'car- d bo d io He -0 furnisli me for my library'cbm- ii. o ot i boit e a wn. before'! a'' Lhe research paperj D ice H Clnuli n tkction-. and by their universities. TL'j ted nlhln-, uhont rcup oi t .My Uotmrttuent of Education at U'itshilig- i o "ui o him Dim ai t furuisned :ne wllb a cwnplete set l u i Ht I ml his revoris of til? department, and 1 foi mon nt mil thin lid: Ceolosical Survey of the Un- j I! I Lie s I Im e for otten "tCi! Slales received as a free 1 i bit it i i thins tlle available official ra- l UIV ibDit 1h o t cil i pet" 'hat great uepurimem vvlth- 'rf en luhtion (tr l-l (o i- itute iuul cve" me to pay postage t -ubjcct to J. u-.on mai'.bags for packing of tn.di-.lon. and u. spirit Ihey ii-all refrun irom niiKini; otL r than' The point, however, that I wish ma' uuiverjit.es and coltoses of 8cilco-.j and cduoa- '''he other was a man of a practical cd Slaves. 1 was received by.icaUoil lor llle jtnm Of miud. He looked toward the presidents ot these Institutions I o, Ulo ,Jereol, am, in tnt, In vision he saw tbe told by every nF rt.n L-I..-., tii--. rra., inattin. .stilondid new rising German ICni- Beyond his vision lay the mighty of the seas, ami m n ciULiiin. re crei c io uiii, vinpuuytzs is this, ihut till: contenting with di at once in iug ci- oi mo other peLts of iutellisibie to the Delations to OL-J anotiicr. -et me by laying down ti sen- rtatemcnt, aud all that I shall ay shaJI i-aally oc in explanation of Tin dtement. geneial ate is this: The relations of Canada mater- "oun'.'is-i un- ider-gradimte, ivithoul: passing through jtlio niediiim of u foreign tongue. tlie Ecicutifn: reports of countrfes arc only available lifter years of special study. .This forces of civilisation uinony us. To tliis I misbl thai in regioi of science, both pure and prat'Lical, we arc acting nnd reacting .upon ciieli other ilay cf on? lives. But if from Ihese tilings uy turn to institiri-ions, I venture io make tliis statement that nnic.h as they differ in form, they draw their vital from the same stream udi-.ion. nnd iji they nra claim a rommon tradition conference same fact. illustration of the Every member of our Ca- iiadian 'delegation can eater as freely into the spirit of this conference and the United .States are, aud must cpntinue to be, .based on mutual fneul hij) and cooharauon [he picture IIUL in minds that 'dnv of tho Lulled State" and ot two sons se tied on ddjacdit farns rpports of the ork of this con a few fact: -o the influence in the same direction to "iiou the substinlnl hisis upon or our religious organizations. On lit h good I in I mutual friend- "-''la contir.'jni, hath in Canada and P is UscJ understand the United.-States the best religious tiut 1 Am noUnnKi tg i ploi Ii t ra the British race hav? ifecr r _ ons for an e Ming lound not onlj i home but i place lact of- expansion. The Presby- I oo for for tlie things we J terianism of Scotland is as virile in h- in common j tlie' United Statea.and Canada iv f nnk relreddug on familiar g onnd pointing ou Uut ue have gieat common in what one two great forces for, HL'orty liav3 been raoung forward pier we foiloiviiig .the ulder aud more-.acttled iiues of British' tradition, yon the" and perhaps more tip 1 rwd Since ItiSS we forward by the slower process of evolu-lion, a'rid have reached .the SJime'.goai tlmt ySft reached by th'.f'procsss ot" revolution. I belicrc that The reaction of the Rev you ap- plied, made possible the final form of the Quieter o volution which has j given Cm id i her con titution. The! misundeistandings us have been due io tne nearness of We are now reaching "tbe point where we can view these events in perspect- I have stated our political dif- ferences to myself in another way. taking Tho illustration of the oM Church of England. With British tra- dition as our standard, we are ti_ orthodox, ypu the iion-confornvst. ar.d orthodoxy and non-conformity, always get into difficulties at the beginning. as a ovei was in So. much is tliis .the case.that one may pass from a church in one liind to that in an- n earnest in prcpaniM'on toe the ear- ly opening of the campaign. Half a nominatijnsjla.H: to dav in various" ridings. In Wclland vhc" Goiiscrvalives re- I >rafer the prc'-ont men icr opposition Ims? been {icdictcd foi hnn but oi seventeen men noyimted agaMSt re irtd but 0 F IfW Hie first ballot stood-136-to 43 in Mr. Krascv's favof and on motion of his opponent the; nomination1-was 7.'.lhacic unanimous. -The ..various speakers, hou u cr igoroirn criticised tome of Fraser's actions in connection with" (he puLronage. South (Conservatives nomin- aleci Rev. .Joseph a-retired ter in n mister of Ciotleuch he receding a miioriU nvar Cdn- telo.ri of Clinton, the apple king of t'luroi'i county J. .f, T'reston, M.P.P., secured the Last Durh-irn C nommi lion without ,1 contest, while in East the Conservatives chose Roheib Loo i township farmer, the present- member, A. R. REBELS OCCUPY -NO CHOW CITY ihdngbai Oct Chine e offl ciaf telegram "reports that F6o Chow i fallen and that the customs have seized by the rebels. Voo Chow is .the; treaty portsiuud .capital- of Fo Ki-an. The ulaUpn May Cause Trouble ashington D f Oct 2C Li Hong rebel arim cqinra in 1 at Hankow has the foi n consuls there that hp intends to confiscate any carrying war ma- a j 01 contraband sjoods Sta e department ad ice reporiod tttat this step considered here Is jable to involve China in foreign dif tcu tiot, f DR. MCQUEEN PLAYED BALL until Calgary imported a player from the cast who could'hentl, Ilic ball around the bnUcr's head. l.'afgary !uul a nelUT team tlisui- Kdnionlon, ilthoii h Ihi j, nics close 1 lie first 11 iiu 1 ctmonton cd in the laihvm firsd coninicncFd ninning and an emir sion (riiiii conveyed the' hall tc.im and I icvpnil supporters io the southern 1 cif-y. When HIP ieam iir pitted From Lhe time Ui I ij., mist lha( had been inns in Kdiiioaton could he 'counted ijrouirht in on oiu s fimjcrs until tin picscnt dt Dr ll lh ll H1 UllltL EDMONTON'S 'PtONEER PREACH ER'ENCOUNTERED FIRST CURVED BALL (Kdmoiilon Lhe time i I church 1 i._ I ion iiiu hi heard an English genUeman who liv ed for many years in th'o 'United btates ind became an American citizen, state tbe two points of view in this way; The creed of the English- Richardson, retiring, man is: "As it was in beginning, North Huron Liberals offered their is now, and -aver shall be, world with- s nomination to ox-warden .John T. out end, while the creed of (Ciirrle, Of East' wWanosh.- wlurask- the Amencin is As it uas m the ed tor fne to (onsuler his an 1 font dilated frciir nd ion citi foi tlie fir L cinv. direct Ln 1 dmonlon ind tooK charge- at bis In it pistot ilc llu, ctuuch m I) McQuein pit iched his lust sonnans s not i IES MOINE8 MAYOR I ruoiuu surh is lie Ins Chirac of to SOLD POTATOES lS iaen t structure oi di )0 On Sundu .Broke CornmiBsion Mens Corner and j nolimigs Urn Reduced Cost of Living by m Strategy livening then would be ibout 3t Des Mome la Oct older i [L bn June I tint to reduce the cost Oi MUng and breil McQueen let! Ilic eisl un llu the combmaaon vhich ho L ges j, c Inri hue Tens prior tsts among men as James R; Hanna 'shipped in a carload i of He soJd them at Ihe My market .today.at 5.0 ccnta a'c" ll loulntl l ftUEhel. been retjiiling I Ilic lir.sL curling cluli uut after Dr. aiTivnd I [on mil 1ir lull hofim elected its lust president organized 01 bunt, cd from 111 loioiito. iiumcdnUK iftcr Int Hi" Nu" tlut PrcMnlornn cluirch ]s beini; limit on i Htli stretl Dl ftill he iblc to prcjch lo i much lireu congregation His plcscnl c'uirth in1} T sealing capacity of H50, b'ut tlie nuw building will hold 12.00. Ur beginning, is now. and by gosli has got to stop. I adios anj gentlen n if President Taft in'-ih'f. last word by freedom can .e.v'press [tseif in (the -lire or a great, tree King swcr In Snutli dale, John the; Liberal candi- Auld, the AUCTION SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31 At 2 P.M., jil im> llh SI. South (Smith St.) just iH'hind the llnilisoii's Hay by' W. L. A UC rrOXFJEK liisli-iiclntl liy Mrs. Morri.s is leaving (ho dlv I will llic following without, roscrvp. Jlcl.Ieary. Ueorge is the embodiment of the great fore, liaviiii; been defeated, been traditions of the Anjio-Saion "race lo withdraw on account o from which we have both drawn our inspiration. Arthur C. Pratt, Conservative mem But I must hasten on. and you wjll fo' was pgain editor, who ran for several term's hc- in the city it to fl.l.Q. TL'jre was.a.scninibls at tbe market tor the potatoes The carload was sold .-3 rapliU; as the ctt> saiesncn and the wait on the people OnK one bushel was d to a customer. Five hundred bushels Amhcfstburg ,V8re disposed of, one bushel at a (i beds, springs ft and stands. Bit. table. Chairs. Centre tables. Kitchen faille. Kitchen cuitbnp.r.1. Ctirtiins and Churn.. 20 rolln of IIHJ er. TERMS CASH. 1 6-hole nt 2 heAters. 1 wanhlng machine. Kitchen ntcnillc. Quantity of FJookn. About 30 young pullets. 1 plow. 1 scraper. 1 wagon jack. Several other IOUJ pardon rue if r refer to another phase of ray subject. Our .common inter- est. and co-operation also aritse out or tl-.'3 fact that we have t common mada the choice by thy party cohven problem to solve on. the. North Ameri- can continent. I remember, ,a school boy Icaruins my geography Eon on the general features of North Anrarica. II ran something like, this: "North America ha> tlirbe grjimt phy- Jilcal divisions, a b'road .and'elevated highland region on .the west 'nmnlng from the Arcile Ocem "to I'anama, narrower and less elevated region on the ninnlng along tbo 'Atlantic and a groat, level plain throngl) the middle stretching from'tile Arctic Ocean, to the G.ulf of V'.'islco. Polttl- rally, it divided into three main por- tions: CanadH, the United States and Maslco. The line between Canada am) tlie United States the At tbe Conservative nomination.for South Lanark; Hon. A. .1. JIatheson was unanimously nominated. F. W Hall, mayor of Psrth, the on'iy nomlnatton, withdrew. Colds often herald their coming with a warning cough. ThiG warning demand! IniUnt. nt- The health Ii In ihc body In attacked, the rtik is .terrible. Act. on the Mathlen's 8ymp of tar and Cod Liv er Oil arrests the cold once. Tar and Cod Liver Oil are the great Lakes in Kast, and in Ihe tor'cold: an Imaginary line called the thc The 'I'hc Wearing Tfic fact in a study oMhe phy- sical conditions of thn portions of N'orth American continent by Canada .mil the United "Stalvi ihowfl how nftnilar is our problem' ro.ftr as the tisafiil of (he iand Is There in not ing problem Cod Liver Oil building nil the whole body; They are combined in Mathieu'i Syr- up to produce nvarTCllollB milltl. Iwttle 3.r> cents. At all could plav ,1- hr. was more nt home wlicn lie was Iliircl hasc or in pKciior's Imv. .Such jtlaycrs iis Ty ('obli or t'hrisLy Math- were not' irjunl of in Uiosc days.' The' curve hal! was unknown j 41 ENPRESSES EMPRESS OF IRELAND i Friday, Nov. .17 CHAMPLAIN Thursday, Nov. 23 Winler Excursion Rates On llie In, lltl ti ht Hit RESERVE BERTHS NOW Kovly ApitllcnntH (let Orcaier Choice. Ralci, Dctnilc, Literature from any Raihvay Agent. J. S. CANTER, Gen'l. Agtnt, Main Stnet, Wlnnipij. ;