Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta
PAGE TEN 'TiiK LKTHBuiDGK HEKALD- SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1913 Like the Poor, the Tiriff Is Always With Us of wltli good reason say, "like the poor, the tariff we have always with us." One never Vbovs when il wiH come up- All that at this parlicuUr time other explanation. 11 ita oC.tka opposition mem- I fiome effect. Certainly everybody (now kaovrs where Uie Western meiu- jlers generally suiud. Hut, after all. the chief thing; Is to get results. i As fir as the discussion is concern- Jed it was notable chiefly lor the i lights it threw ou tbe sUuaUcm ami thai uotably by Hon. B. Cavve.L His reuariU quite plainly indicated that is difference of opinion m to the 01 lent of ihft 'The sslisfacttoa ot the, mau- for H lu a Vaows when it will come up. All toat nir n >u one can be sure of in the Route otj looied HUer costly, Thar preciaat ;.._. i- ihal Commons just-now is that up it certainly will. The other day when a motion thai the House go icto sup: was made it canie up ly and precipitated not onJ.v a, Ifrtly, debate, but much greater addition it cause J hi (he ranks of those who forced U a split thai 13 likely to be ft'Howed important Before Mr. MeMaster's motion inade its appearance there were rumor's or something coming. It appwra that ihe majority of ihe members of the orpos- itioa have uot been very pieced Vi-iih the scant treatment which ihplr low tariff professions have received from the Western Unionists, so ib.9 conclusion is that the ruction made in order to force tho" Westerners to declare th ems elves. For the appwr- split In their, rusks ly to be at tjiriS tho H it atlbe iiugo around the re tabling ot Utt cent, war tax, ot ;6f retaiahie which the was not yet con- vinced. He U fairly plain thatsln. no means comwUU4 to a Unionist party. There .may sigiiEficaucb In these remarks. way not average pol- ThB" solid 'Quebec I Uhlans llltte which'in these columns, has been fore .-t....... dhailoweii sjcce the of Laurie r be imagined the being but I Western JUnioatsU didtcot iike b iioe pofiition they' were. when H ihey did so that tho so ai 'honie'TFOuVd rcaliio the ihs-sttuiitton.-.At ihe bring-fovar' the resolution about what ic ahead of him. is not making' 'mttny statement, respecting hls-future uiuveraeuts. Kir is talking by .faltli rathfr than sight. At the iiintertiinp the unrenalntj-is to nhere many lesrtinE politk'iiin; are going lias an unsettling The split .in the op'iKisitiou ranks ing as (I "did; froni men such as Crerar. Tlipmpsou Appeile) and Dr. CtarUe, a declaration of 'their tariff oploloni.-It is o.ulte sibls; list the rtsulliis oil the protectionist, element may A cool, clean shave for Vs of ;a 'cent! A cool, clean; satiny .shave fcr of jtC At iMtt 500 vhavei from II AutoStrop tlades, arid you ofttrn get more ttian that. A turn or two .on the strop tke tap; it off, ft it ready for is -no take the apd aMrmble .it again, dmpt-' tlw tttaic wtwc it a ham te finish. TTiw saved is the maniac a Tutor blade (ood for abotrtsx Knkt' cool There nrtbmg ta kara about the Ranr. A man takca to it m a dodc ta wmtn, and he ,_ The AntoStrop is soid V wrtfa fitnatrc. Even raaor, [itTop aad blades, coiae( on s sound mw mio ani fiud Uoutle in meeting tUc-ir obliga- tions we-naiiirally: blame the govern- iiiS bodies ihew'ninnicipalities, aaU rightly so, but we must not overlook ihs fact'that cases the obtaining "of'credit, has been matlt? too Tot- iheuj. -The ihe ditr mubicipalities abroad is largeiy'dc- penaen on the ion of 111 their borrowings, and H would if institutions such as banks, bond houses and other, cbrptjr- rfttotw should i take united ictioo n IBBioa oi that Targer voice in the government" or there are leading wiio are QUItc'vpreppjcd to. asstime the. resiion- sibililles of get .1 chance. -This. is being; encouraged-1-by Certain inter- ests vhich. feel .thafc'Jhey'need Que- bec's help against radical cleinents of the inore'-'westerii-'iKjttion of Dominton. cajiVfeadUy see that j to the crpliahiHty; of Qnebsc dividing 'ap- gears to li this is brought aUouj lo any con- Iii (bat Supervision by. Banks of one oi our larger L H net permit jnunuipa accounts Tvitli Eiderahle Client it undoubtedly some vrfcat reduce, nrrsent, t poliUcai influencto oi the iirairic jjrpv. inccs in the federal situation. TJiii is a posfibility. that should 'be' kept clearly in jiindMt may not he so an; parent to those live a tbousjni or fifteen hundred miles distant from the Capital, but jt; is a possibility that tho e represent .he t m Par lliament must deal The ciluition har. changea-greetly.. -since tte :ueath of Sir AVilfrid Laurier. For tne the tariff iou, m MMer you hve, iMrt'nWrt work, or Vow- little TOUT schooling. JUHc md mail con- ion fodtffit wft notoMi- trf'tjle W pn to do ererrtaing possible' but it Is whether ther are numerous to obrapel action be yond a xertain point 1C U tiaue rKp alble that members rie provinces if nscefcary to >ote with- the dnnoa tEon division over the budget one Trould not Jbe greatly ed should this happeo But snob action wou.M'.not appreciably affect tfiE it might jmtiffl raembers in the eyes npnts it herdH hive anj otfii eftect, for lo r do the most b7re fairly strong eastern bpcking. From tho way that the situation in tno House of Commons is shaping today, all the prairis merabera can do. on any'-.question fe -to slate their rase as well 'as possihlc .anil trust to its rcasonahla nature for re- sTiUs. H Is impossible at present to [iiriagine any combination, of circum- stances that would juat! now turn the Government out of office on the tar- iff or any other issue. This is about the only feature of the situation that eems to reRsoiiablyv'tertain. ?'_ cce has any inside inforinaHon on tbe tariff change's-jso conclusions are baseid "not on tipaj but on a surrey of the actual sifna- lion -which it Is-well that the West snouU realize. sflppieiueniary isin'more, large amounts there is possibility that this may beV-'fcmiwn is Iho'billion dollir top of tbe oivV estimates totalling- ctiiries a call-j Ing for for war; eipendl-.; lure, making nearly told. -Tnie, rot .all of the ckil vole itatojtl for will be spent ih'is -year, but. 31 is highly probable Itiat Ihe sup- plementa.ry estimate's locliide some rather large sums, ft looks'liko I another "big loan next Fall, for to. ,VouM to be the outside revenue figure for IOIU-20. It is perhaps needless to warn municipalities that any interfer- with" these' rights, would most seriously affect their own credit, and also reilect-upon'the credit of "ail rau- Province has been stated in the formal report _pr Comnutleg on Jlunicr P4l hlnawnns, it_yyAtfWug to know (bzl the strentKrtw irmea exper dttrinr the war feV munici if ,ffcd theiaeritei, -in- a Rev.- H: A.: Ireland, Kjmlctops. Is leaving for the oast-io take .charge of' ilTnlng'cpni o trnin nc: Y M P 1 M rv _. _ cltizenstily department ot'the Ian M. C. A. at London, Eng., wltlj the rank of Lieutenant, Lieut W. Leonard; St. Cath'. arines. Out., probably HIB most out-- slanding; mining, man in a trooi> train, as- Y. M. C. A. secretarj- returning to the coast. Jlr. B. J. Glenosk; formerly general] secretary of the Vancouver V. M. C. A. now in elvirge pi the Canadian J Y.'ir.'C; A. nul at'BranJshott, Ens. Revv M. Thqnipson. Methodisl minister of Victoria, has gone lo Que- bec and. will return as a JL C. iA. Iroop train secretary from either Hall- fax or" St. John. _ Sgt'. Major A. 'li. Godfrey, torraerly district manager of the Bell Telephone at Xelson, niHitary secretary for tlTe Canadian Y. M. C. A. at Omsk, Siberia, 4101) miles' inland from Vlad- itoslolt. Capt. Jollh McDonald' lias been ap- pomled niiUtarv .the. Y 51. C. A. at Calgary succeeding H. A. Macbean Y M C A troop sjnp ween _St John ind I Hev E J ,Cuave, Bapt st ntiiuater.of iHio left- vontlon at Vancouver on Industrial V, Brass tablets commemorating those who gave up their life for their coun- try -will he placed in; the Anglican church-at. Griffin Creek, Alta.v whilst an honor roll containing tho names of -thosd "who survived the conflict adorn .trie walls of Oie halla Like and Griffin Creek, QUEEN'S KINGSTON ONT. HOME STUDY Walk (or Dagm m Stumer School, Jnlr Aojrtat U tons handling fir4 as t! many municipalities ITS is Hat noif finding dilficultv in'meelint those ?nd in some cases from the holders of _______ ITI sucn cases too thfe "purcha ers of these securities seem to hare overlooked the fact ifiat tiieVa' treating thoac are alreadj the holders of securities of iheae .icular aM -whose pon ion will be if tfee in are allowed carrvVtbe r borrow ibe limit of lafeU i Duty of, "There is also" on Ihe Provincial Goverrtmehla to protect the municipalities witMn'their lioutidarJes both in respect to making unwjsG expenditures jftlso Jto bf prepared to conie to their 'assistance when they get into difficulties. Tha Provincial OovernniftnlB arejaciclng In the proper enables come to ance municipalities find financial This assistance does have to be in the form of governmen guarantee ot securities, which wouh Lismon Jiiice Skin, a Inside Arid Out Nothing is more certain to improve the appearance pf the home, interior than well-painted rooms. And for .outside not only does it beautay B-H >IanV w'bmen .use just of lemons to "bleach or whiten tho skin, but'pure lemon juice is acid, therefore should ht "allied with orchard while. '1" At the coal o( a small jar ot ordin. ary cold cream one can a full I Varfi a -Wrfh f Ibe ciciptfok o< Jot Hall, who fc IdcMr ill witi the kocttr 1 Vauager (rf r-hampion? and "Now.sy" Lalonde are to out of hffi a Rhort (roving LOCAL REf.: W. DUCUID. 933 7TH ST. 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LETHBRIDGE ALTA.