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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta and ihen we will have conquered U'e Dry Year with the use "I resour luc nt mir c, aiuecta DAILY AND WEEKLY Propritlors and Publisher! THELETHBRIDQE HERALt PRINTING COMPANY, LIMITED KS aii! Slicci South. A. Buchanan President and Managing Direcior _ ._ r THE PEOPLE AND THE TARIFF. Nobody cau cay narli-3 will line up the gen- ICKED UP IN ASSING FOR TUK HUBY TELEPHONES Bullr.ess Office Editorial Office........... Chiiutauqua at Csrdston is Mil elation in ibe Douiinlou rplls si i. at this lime ihs.1 ol llls el the campaign will be Ihe Uritf tar ihe simple reason llm (here is ,iot a ican, woman or child in Can- Is not affected by il more or aireclly. The .nanufaciurers ot Ihe casl are ed iu ihe tirlll, and have been their Interest by me of the campaigns ever carried ou in Canada. The Canadian curried ou in Canaua. i idit Bureau of Circulations I Association, which is Ascription Rates: Manufacturers' Assocla .1... .........licrll Alld It fconst. Ayton of Warner Travels Mimbtr Au Su Dallr. delivered, per week Dalli; deiUerea, per year Daily, by mail, per year Weekly, by mail, per t Dales of expiry of subscriptions ap- Pear daily on address label. Accepl- icce ol papers aller eipiration dale uulhorllv 10 continue ihe sut- loriplion. THOUGHTS ON i HE DROUTH SITUATION. drouiu is always interpreted as i disaster in a new country. We sup pose that many people hold ihe idea that our farmers arc wilboul means ot support because o' Ihe failure year. It is a rhllculoua opinion to hold. Surely we have, not forgattcn 4he good years of the past and we do Ion. I: behind the c.imiuign, and i s pleading for high protection. _ lr esled as they have but they have diflcrenl, ideas on Hie sub- ject'lhaii the Canadian Reconstruction Association. "The Liberal party beld a convention last and the tariff WES one ot Ihe chief matters for discussion All the people ot Canaaa -r.-ho do not line up wilh any ol itcse parlies are [nleresled, for tariff means Hence all Catch of a Big Fish Reported (From Our Own CARDSOK. AMI, a iiuOl- er of Cardston people went to Sloun- sin View ariernocn to at- end the funeral ot Mrs. J. P. Jordan. vho dieJ Sunday atlc-mson lass tho muedlate cause of erysipelas. The deceased h'is heen a resldenl ot Ihe Mountain VlJw district for more than SO years and las a circle f Ilia" half tbo In a Mason Illsch I'iauo Is bidden. Thoso who buy a piano should pay aa mucll altentlpn lo ihe rcpulatlon of Hie Itrra building it tile piano Hsclf. MASON WSCH (DQ -Years IVvorlia) und Tort Dalliousle, have agreed .to give sufllclenl properly lo.wWeu that thprougbfaro from a varying width ot nnd Mr. Joseph Payne who Eood field glass he covers some of the snowslides on the ol ttio md'ualaln.-'whcrc he I; ipnie- Umes rewarded by the slghl of hrinn ulaylne Bbout In the open. located his game, tho o; cess ot stalking Is rendered easy, and lho life ol b-uln becomes very pre- carious. city council; also th resignation oi Edward Burke, for board of worky." us against (or (he-same period in 1D1S. there has been a falfing off 1n customs collections of and me wnue upward ot J4.00D.OOO receipts from ex- i all with their band music, and I cise- tales have moro than made lor rendered, tnis decrease, while Ihe revenue from [nibilc works. Including'railways and miscellaneous grown, Ihe latter by over Expenditures tor the1 four months' eilud are. slightly over eu are. s compared with1 last year, the difference Is lo a certain ei- ent due to tno fa.ct lhat a (From cotrMtwiiell) em ouc iu MIU .1-' i ORION, Alia, Aug. imount ot overseas espenditurej lasl h woli unuer -n-ay in Ihis dislncl. 'orer-half of Ihe crop is cut. .One outfit has already comr Ask us for style booklet and easy terms of "from Factory to Home." Bllmoril Bljtk Homo .ct tht. ViclrolaT 01 Ihe Iloyal Alexandra hotel, Wlnnl peg. A' widow and'lwo children sur- vive. Following an esperlment In Uralil county lasl yeaj- with tobacco growing some 20 acres lyere. put In near Brant tord tils spring. A rtmarkablo crop s promised, aud harvesting com- mence1 Ihe laal Veek In AuRusL Afler-' twenty-lour years in lho caching profession, .the, lasl ten years, of which ho lias spenl as Junior math- ematical master al Gal.t collegiate. I-- C Klen.lng has resigned on account of 111-hcnllh. The Toronto World a llsl.o' Toronlo's millionaires, who il says number 35. They arc. named alpha- helically A. W. Austjii. Sir Frank Dalllle Alfred Dcanlinore.- George Uenrdraorc. Mrs. C. W. DeaLly, T O Dlnckstock. H. J. Chrlstt.es, Her- C. Cox, Sir Jolin.Baton.'MiiIor V Kalon. JlrE. Timothy Bulon, David Fas ken, Sir Joseph' H. II. Sir W'lliam' Gage, Nicholas T -.Garland, IV-H. Gooderham, George II' Gooderham. W.-O. Uooderhnm, Hoss Goodcrham, Jobn.B. Harris, W. C., B. Aomillus' Jnrlvs, A..Lasb. Sir Edward Kemp, lion Frederic N'toholls, Jqlin jMac- Donald. Sir William' Sir Donald JIann, Chesler D. Masacy, Sir B D Osier, Sir .Henry Vellalt, Ellas Rogers, MrE. J. F. .W. Rnss, Sir. Ed- mund rE. Walker. Mrs. H. D. Warren, mun E.' n. Wood, Sir-James Woods. rear had 'not. been limf :ehd ofMijl, Expenditure 6n -ca'ptt-..----------- tar this year has ampunlsd 276.824. All hut approximately amountihas. been war The total net deht.of the Dominion al the end of July was and Increase for the month of Againsl Ihls.haVd' conclusion, eslabllshefl by a logical and un- challengeable or-.ac.ti, the-recipieuj of Ihis favor ,musl plead his case in I which boiled down, amounla in snhslanco lo Ihis: lhat "unless he is given this subvention he can- not continue his business, the maintenance ol vhich ij in the national interests. The and Ihe conclusion do not anjiear so unanswcrnblc as Ibey (lid III the old 'Jays because Ihey run uo tigainsl a prejudice or ,convicllon which is." becoming -pretty deep- Seated in' Ihu miblic mind in tbese days; thai belwcen Ihe slale nnd all individuals thai make up Ihe slate Ihcrc must be an ecjual relalionship. and lhat onlv by the careful maintenance of this equality can iDlernal peace insured. Any syslem which inainlains special privileges lor a section o! the commnoily (ends II on IhS ground lhal il is nocissiry lo Ihe well-being ot Ihe slale H, certain to bi cbnllcnged: J the method will lo be wrong though Ihe object mal he Uceraeil to be right. i And 11 has Ibis word of warning for lh GOOD FOR THEM. A MONTHLY INCOME, or SUNSHINE AFTER THE 6TOBM. SMALL POLITAN LIFE MAKE A FLOOD OF COMFORT FUTURE. 1 SaveTSow For, METROPO DISTRICT IF LIVE'OUT Iu 'flrf Protectioii ANY sXbRiFice YOU is NOT TOO is LIKE A .RAINBOW, A COVENANT, DEPOSITS .MADE -tiOVI WITH THE METRO- AND YOUR FAMILY IN THE a Rainy Day LIT AN LIFE Ml 'SHERLOCK.BLOCK OF.TOWN.WRITE US. ;