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WHAT AMERICA WANTS WE ARE FIGHTING FOR. BONAR LAWS REPLY TO WILSON. Referring, in a speech at Bristol en Wed- nesday night, to President Wilson's speech this week, Mr. Bonar Lav; said: "It is im- possible that he and v. o can "h ;-V this 1 the same point of view. Whatever i.-s private feelings may be, and to that 1 know as little as you, the head of a great neutral State must take a neutral attitude. America is very far removed from the horrors ot this war. We are in the midst of them. America is neutral. We are not neutral. We believe that the essence of this conflict is a question which is as old as time--d-iffererc-- between right and wrong. President Wilson's aim is- to have peace now and security for peace in the future. That is our aim also-(hear, hear)—and it is our only aim. He hopes to secure that by means of a League of Peace among the na- tions, and to do President Wilson justice, he not only put H?is forward as an aspira- tion, but he tries to get the American Senate to do something that 'would make it possible. A QUESTION OF LIFE AND DEATH. I It would net he right to look upon the I quest-ion as altogether Utopian. I think I it is not impossible—I hope it may prove possible—that the time may como when the nations of the world will look upon what Cromwell ?cacribed as his great work l as their work, too—that of bein? a con- jj stable to preserve peace in the parish. That is not impossible, but this for U5 is not an abstract question for the future, it is A question of life or death now. When we consider whether the aims which he and we have in common can be secured by his methods we cannot forget the past. Mr. Law referred to the atrocities com- mitted by Germany, and went on: "All this has happened, and no 'neutral coun- tries have oeen able to stop it, and, more than that; irt 'neutral countries have M44i any protest against it—-at least*, any effec- tive protest. What President Wilson is longing for we are fighting ior. (ProlonSed. cheers.) Our sons and brothers are dying for it, and v/e moan to seoure it."

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