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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBKIDGE 1MILT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1920 Proprietor! and Publishers THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINTING COMPANY. LIMITED KC South, I M'. A PrtslJent THE SPIRIT OF TOLERANCE spirit of tolerance was exemplified in the British treatment of .-the fuheral of the late Lord Mayor of treatment which brought forth c6mment .on British spirit that shown. Here, as the in Great Britain drew attention to, was p. Jiian claiming 60 be at war with England, whose coffin lis.7. Off THE HOME ANQ .THE FOREIGN MARKET. To ficd a home market for Canadian industries, in other words to encour- age them by protecting them from foreign competition by the placing of Customs duties sufficiently high, is the plea of the protectionist campaign- er. Duties are sufficiently high at the present time, as the consumer who has any regard for hia purse knows. To preserve the trade and BO make exchange rates uniform, as far as possible, Is argument put for- ward, and It is'soucid argument, H Is said that shipments ot Can- adian wheat to tho United States this jeara'-e unu hut our pur chases from tbc.'e aro heavier still. 'This; as It conl- 'laercial relations Canada.and the Uni'ed Stales, c.-cit_v3. KU, adverse of fa A this does not encourage nu'jri i viewed in finan- cial drrtci. r rosuect ot a lower preraiuin un Anie: futids during the coming winter. With the. present tariit Issue, tho 'statement as to heavy purchases from the Stales Is worth considering. Can- adians may well be believed to be loyal to their O'.vii country, and only too willing to purchase in the home inarkct iho desired encourage- to (do so This gaes jSarjag AU bf them would greatly lo industries lioufish Bet what encouragement Wo-she people of Canada get lo pat "ionize theso home Jf _ii comes to pacing duly on the i foreign article there no iqto the reckoning that PICKED UP PASSING F 0 R T H E BU3V MAN sands'of rebels-marching. openly guarded by police for their own protection.' "The'United says one of the papers, "wbuld not have tolerated it. If Debs were to die of MacSwiney did, and such a proces- sion were attempted, it would have been broken up by the Irish police of New York City." The guiding spirit which has made our Empire what it is, and which has brought to the British flag the regard and the respect it enjoys, is the spirit of tolerance; toler- ance, and with it respect for the creed and the institutions of cquntries where formerly that flag did not fly. The British spirit.may well be carried to the indivictual.of the Britisn" race, and to all who live under the British flag, in the conduct of the individual life. We should learn to toleiate one another's opinions and those things in which many of us diffei It is not only the British spirit but it is allied with the piinciples of the creed that the men and women of the British race profess. By tolerating instead of being angry with those who differ.from in the small things of life, we can gain mutual respect and teem', and thus much of the- asperities of life will he smoothed. Tolerance carries .with it the exemplification Resentment, in intolerant .action, fErnwi, Seymour, of Midoc, was found dead In bed. London, Is again threatened with a, street car strike. 1 Sirs. Joteph Gibson, wife on inger- soil's veteran postmaster, is dead. Ben Chubb Is the Liberal candidate in North Vancouver. George Sydenham. for 31 years a G. T. R. conductor, died In BroekvUle, aged 79. Wiibert E. Fredericks, of Windsor, wife four times, bnt not fatal- ly, then kiled himself. W. H. 'Vounf, former mayor, reevo and police magistrate at Oakville, dfed. at London, Ont. Joatph Martin, K. C, will run as aa independent candidate tor the B. C. legislature in-.Vancouver. A Magrath Couple Celebrated Their Golden Wedding of the Golden Rule. conflicts with it. -altogether .go Do- mfnloh for "its benefit (or the benefit of a few manufacturers For when it comeg.10 the millionaire It is worflf nofmg that amongst this A toleiant attitude more often than not leads to a better undei standing. It unites rather -thari Human society can veiy often achieve mucH' if it ajlowances in a reasonable spirit in the dealings between individuals To antagonize wilfully, is often to alienate. Sympathies which aim at a common good might accom- plish something foi the social benefit. With! the .spirit bf toleiance theie will at least be removed the bitterness of enmity Ch1 istianity is built on tolerance. Tolerance will re- move racial and religious animosities. Tolerance does not mean the toleiation of that which is evil. It means the recognition of the.right -of. private judgment in mat- teis which tend to the same good. It carries with it the spirit of and this is a Christian virtue. Truth Than Poetry By S. E. Klur MEIGHEN REFERS TO THE WAR SPIRIT OF OPPOSITION LEADEF (From Our Own Correspondent) MAGRATH, Nov. 4. Au event! wUcb. rarely occurs in MagratU Is that of the celebrating of a golden. wedding. The Foreyth family had thla pleasant opportunity when they met on Sundiy afternoon at the home ot M. S. Fonytb. to do honor to their father and mother, Mr. ana Mrs. G. J. Forsyth, on the 50th anuiversary of their Mr.'and Mrs. G. J, FortyIb, 'we're formerly residents o! Majralh, but some few years ago mored to bountiful Utah, where they now reside. They csmo to Canada a few weelu ajo for the purpose ot celebrating' In their life, their goldenL wedding. A sumptuous wedding feast was partaken of, tho were In gold, the .tabla Perrr. McCraney ot s, ;Was nominated by the shine one vail grudge' tfieJrClliis position it the letiple fill whole alrf benefit. With the tariff aimed at protection Jt is not a measure of encouraging bul of forcing the people of Canada to bm the .Canadian manfastured ariiue' al a disadvantage to themcelyes To put Canadian induEtries on a profit making basis at the expense of the public is neither lair ror is like profit? shown cannot be proffts to TV hick Tin laesses are entitled put the> 'are profits caused hj the peoplb haying to for articles more tfife they are mjrth as compared in their Balnea Vfith tie goods ol kind im ported Vlth tho adding (A pr.ces which tho protective duties allow An in duslrj that does not rel> on value .received in the nature of what It turns nut caanot bo expected to succeed wien are taken into account If it flourlsnes it does EO-under falso colors, and cannot hai They seem to have a peculiar nacie for North Dakota, with its Independent Non-Partisan. It will take a long time guessing to find out what this contradictory term means. 'Stand not on the order of your going-hut go at in so many words, is the mandate of "William Jen- ningsiEryan to President Wilson. The gra pe! Ju Ice. in B ryan has itarted to ferment. A foreigner in Golem an, -who. was silent throughout, the proceedings against burst into speech when n i'iie of JISO was Inflicled ra -h "Money as they say, or at least causes one to talk. 'Oklahoma has made the women's vote-teil'in electing a woman'repre- in the lower House', lllss Alice Robertson is one who are of tne rjass that have "greatness thrust upon them. vpte? on me, was her her election. 1. 3. 3. What is the tradition attached o.Og King ot Bastan mentioned in leiBible? were the Notables? 5: What la meant the "Oi 6.; What Is denoted br the Old lominfoia? FRIDAY'S QUESTIONS 1.