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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETtinniDGF. DAHA HERALft THURSDAY, MAY ttbe letbbciDoe Devalb letbbrtogt, Siberia OAILV. AND WEEKLY ird Publlchirl tHt LETHBBIDOE HERALD PrtlNT- INa COMPANY. -.1HITED tti Ith South. LstnbnovJ W A. Biicfunin Uiricior Torrance Buiiaan Miumr is suffering, ami Is tlio 'uis of lhi> ssrcst emy- TELEPHONES Audit Bureau ol ClrculatHnv Subscription nates: mfi delivered per I demarei per jreu bj Dill, vet WeeSly, by mil. per J'sr......J.J, Weekly, by mill, Her year to mitl of eiplry ol lutscjlptloni iy M-r-dlllr on addrssi libel. Accept MCO of pipsrj liter eiplratlon dato Is i.r inlncrliy la continue the, sub- icrtptloD- comitry chief c. wbertf I'Dion Government fan. Therefore. harJly do otherwise thiu remove this burden now. credit accrue to it lyr removing; the super-wir but condemnation woald bo risliUy tonhcomini; If II failed to remove Apparently, therefore., tt? Goreru- ibi- Uritisa I'roferonw to picity tho 1'jtr tariff al the same lime taking a course of aclMi whtcli nil] moet with the least opposition from the high prwrtitmists of .the East. Also, of course, the patriotic oroide t-au bo worsei to full uivant- The patriotic oracle, as tho Leader ijjitly descries til1 worked for i all it is worth. U 14 worked now in the j vropasanda of the nianutn.-lurins in- itcreats through the "palriolii-" litlo Canadian Reconslrdcuon Asso- ciation." A io high tariff is made Id appear as tiomethiBg which includes a faithfulness and loyally to country. The mere (act o! the_meqtiou of the filly per cent, increase .of the Uritish it be Irue.-ha? tbe appearance, ct a device to stifle com- pjainjygs on patriolic grounds. II 15 intended as a Ted herring, providing forecast is correct. Whatever re- KJ10M KHONT. 1'AOEI io study clsuso by the farmers' pl.nforu by the union :is u c- instructed form i movtj (or pt the presidential ballot bos though president Verrls taul.been elected. While, ballots were belne counleJ on the rice-presiilenllsl i-cnlest, the tima was sueul In hearing au address by J. U. DucVlej- of Clclchfn. president of -Non Partliaa League. Ho de- clared this Is an Important crlsU not only In the hlilory of Ihe world but in the Dumlulon oT Canada. Ha be- lieved not niauy resided tbe unrest tbere ij ine world orer at the present time. and the danger ol dliruutlon ot fitly at (his lime or more would __done to preserve harmony, lie alUO up the alsit (nat should do their hest Io Council of Attlculture wlib view to aJoi'tins a policy leading to to arrange for an cilTH'atiOBal campaign with capable speakers. A Dramatic Incident Just as [lie report of tbe resolution committee was LVqciuilrJ Ibe. sec- retary of the commilli-e from the plat- aud handed u paper to Mrs. McKilluey j baruionlre thla unrest and nli-lte U sat facing the audience. iR the paper slie pass- Without i ed it to the i-anirnun us 3 .-aiclullon [obedient to cur Interest to serve bii- l pul their on (shoulders Io (he wheel aud Iry to bo 'ul I patient and tolerant, iie iiiiieJ. WELCOME CONVENTION. 1 Tolbe United Farmers of Ihe [ed- eral constituency of Lelhbridce the Herald extends its cordial sreelioss- The lafmers nave assembled in Ihe city before, but tbe contention today is of type to the meetings v- vreviouslj held which have been asso: cialed with agricultural interests. The farmers are to debate whether H U wise and eipedieul. or'otaerm'jo, touch what is a sore point, to which [the Regius, paper refers, thai of re- moving the hardships on production- Production, if il comes down Io pal- riolism. merits the term. If patriotism i? Lo direct and influence economic measures then the removing of duUc? whiri digrouragi" production can be hspplly regarded as a patriotic duty. An Increase of Dritlsft If It comes to that, lei it be. But let it formula of doing which li-'J just L'wu handed in j too late to I1? considered by Iba com-j ..j( we aro a ]uue patient aDd U.UII.H.. dually Ihe document was trouble to understand one anoth- inJ il was a rea'lntion cr for IDEre "So much Eood in Ihe worel of us. So much bad in the best of ui, U ill behooves tho most of us To talk about Ihe rest of us." "As sure 03 dissension remains among us defeat is sure to follow1. Lei us look at the objective we are 50105 in !OT anJ go straight for our objec- tive." Satisfied With Convention He was recalled by a questioner anJ in replv the president of Ihe N. P. eipressed perfecl satisfaction with re- gard to the convention, that he would have liked to have seen i more toler- ant spirit displayed sometimes. Tbeu as a benediction on the married U. P- A. and N. he declared. iug for the appoimrnfcnt by the con- vention ot a director to the company iiatej to be publishing and controlling the paper c.itlc-J the Alberta Xon- Partizaii. copies of which bid heeu freely distributed among the