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LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER, TOLEDO, ORECON, THURSDAY, JULY 20th, 1922.
LINCOLN COUNTY LEADER
OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER
W. H. HALL, E. F. HALL, G. W. HALL
G. W. HALL, Editor.
Entered At Teledo, Oregon postoMce,
t second-class matter, under the
Act of Marcb 3rd, 1879. .
Established Twenty-Nine Ye&rs Ago.
One year, In advance, $2.00
Six Months, In advance J 1.00
GREAT BRITIAN AND U. S. TARIFF
According to the Associated Press
dispatches, the question of tho rro
pc'd Amerricau protective tariff was
iio.ussid in the British House of
Commons a few .'ays ago. In the
conrvo of the discussion Sir Robert
Hunt's, Chancellor of the Kxchopuor,
nt.iiud that the British government
world keep tho fact uteadily in mind
tlat the payment of her debts to Uils
., , ", .'
n, , lie Imprssibla, unless tho Amor-
ICran laritr Were lowered tO SUCh a
T . . uiiiciia liiuy nave uuc ji.u;uiiB lu lilt) v-wiwid v "t"
p.t as to enable British goods to markets of the United Kingdom and, to offer them froo access to her rich
efctijr America freely. !ta X3i-itl3'.i dominions and colonies ; home markets in order to in.lti'O thorn
liiis statement has boon seized The question then nitural'.y presents to do sa. Sha understand? oui.'e well
ilium by free trade advocates and in- UasU, ja Great Brit..ir pructicinc what (that her very salvation depends upon
fcraational bankers as an argument gle preaches; is she extending to her protection of her own markets
arainst tlie enactment of a protective her debtors the' same eccnwic priv-1 and industries from a flood of goods
ti.-ift. British propaganda 4s being iiogea which she demands tha United mnda In nations with cheaaper labor
iiK:teminated throughout the United states extend .to Great Britian? than there is in England. She under-
States carrying the very pialn intimn-1 The answer to this is found in tariff stands quite well her trade with her
tlon that if we expect Great Britin legislation of trio British Empire 3lnce colonies must be protected against
to pay us the money she borrowed the armistice. 'iV begin .with, (ha such foreign competition, if she
of us during the war we must permit I United Kingdom departed from her would survive industrially and com
ber to exploit our mnrkets. This Is tradilioncl frse trale policies and en- mercially. Hence the protective tariff
bui continuation of the propaganda acted the Safeguarding of Industries policy of the BrlHch Empire the
asainst an Amorican protecctive tariff Act under which she imposes a tariff Safeguarding of Industries Act.
which British Iniir.enccs have waged of 33.3 per cent upon all articles man- In view of this policy of Great Brit
ever since the present tariff bill was ufactured by what she teruu "koys" Ian, it can hardly be expected that the
proposed in tne House or Hepre-
arntatives. It is but a repetition of
The White Corner Store
V.'e offer you the following Cash Specials, July 15th to July
1 Pound Package Cocoa, 20c.; 1 Dozen Rolls Lunch Paper, 45c.
Boys Union Suits, Each 40c; Lunch Kits, $2.50
HALF GALLON JARS EXTRA SPECIAL
R. S. VAN CLEVE
PHONE 9005 . TOLEDO, OREGON
1 Water Front Market
1 WHOLESALE 2, DETAIL
COMPLETE LINE OF LADIES' AND CENTS'
Call In and look over our line of
H.ts, Caps, Gloves, Ties, Shirts, Hos
lery, Ribbons, Jewelry, Etc., Etc.
$1.00 FOR THE
f Off I SUNSET
I I ROUTES I
Loave Albany 7:
Leave Corvallis 8:
Leave Philomath 8:
Leave Summit 9:
Leave Eddyviile 10:
Leave Toledo 11:
Arrive Yaquina 12:
Arrive Newport 12:
Leave Newport 6:
Leav Yaquina 6:
Arrive Albany About 11;
REGULAR DAILY TRAIN:
Leaves Albauy 1245 P. M.; Corvallis
M.; Philomath 1:42 P. M.; Toledo 4:49 P. M.;
Newport 6:05 P. M.
For further particulars ask agents.
Southern Pacific Lines
JOHN M. SCOTT, General Passenger Agent.
the propaganda which Great Britin
always wages against the enactment
of a protective tariff in this country.
However, it would soem that the
British government has overdone the
matter by intimating it will be unab'.e
to pay the United Stales loans nego
tiated buring the war unlers wo main-!
tain a low turilT. What is "sauce lor
tho goose" should be "sauce for the
gander," and if Great Britin is sincere I
in such a position, then it
uuiuraiiy iciiow mat sue wra,U,
assume the'same attitude. toward hef
European debtors that she
us to assume toward her. According
to official data from the records of
the various governments, on March
31, 1921, Great Britin had outstanding
to European ccr.ntrios war IcaanB to
thd amount of $8,766,496,000. Her
principal debtors, outsldo of the de
funct government of Ruosia, are
France, Italy, Belgium, Sarhia, Port
ugal, Roumnnla and Greece.
All of these countries pricr to the i
European war traded extensively
mi ih i-...,nt iuii,n ' ' I
All of these countries at present are I th.e.y . lla 7e ''tf rf tfysf m
in woe shape financially timn Greati?11'1 d;KrIm?nieB aw Ins the pro
Hritm if 1 nnv h, war;ducts of Uer European debtors in trade
uuut i'y tti i
m it i.
aim more ctinrtieut lor tneso coun-
trie3 , -ay tll(!ir w dcbta to
debts to us unless she Is permitted to!1" FT, c 1 lu"' ' u
,.i.. .i I r ... .i..!Jshw. in "nnv ,in" nnr la alio irfiln'.
industries This list comprises over
6,000 different commodities.
PAID FOR HIDES
MEAKER. Props. I
By Tlie Sea
July 16 23 and 30th
Since the armistice evjry British
dominion, which includes Canada,
Australia, New Zealand, the Unoin of
South Aferica and British India, have
enacted high tariff laws. Since the
armistice every British colonial Pos
session, whether it be an inana or
located uppn somo continent, has put
into effect high tariff lava. And in
every instance the tariff laws enacted
by the United Kingdom and each of
the British possesions provide a dis
crimination in favor of all articles
,,, ,, ,,,, ., .
- nJ,, Vmnlm tm Hi.,.rii.minnH,.
from IK tn 40 ner rent and
operates against imports from every
other nation in tho world.
The tremendous handicap this lays
upon other nations of the world, part.
icularly England's debtors, may be
readily ascertained from tho fact that
Great Britinn's colonies 70 psr cent
of the total ecloniu! population of the
globe. In other words, Great Britiau
and her polonies have not only impos-
a , ,BVv, Mni V,,.
ducts of lmr European debtors but
... , i . , . , 1
lancn m tan w.iin as vvi s-.a . uie
trade with the mother country.
Great Brit!;:n expects her European
American public will take seriously
the British propaganda that America
must open her markets to British
products if she expects to be repaid
tha loans she has made to the British
HER BARE BACK
Like many puritanical reformers,
many envious or rffecled sifters, and
a few women haters, a certain parson
recently declared that he was shocked
by the brevity of the dresses worn by
New York society women.
"Why," he sputters in conventional
indignation, "at some receptions 1
could count every vertebra from the '
waist up! I was shocked!" which
goes to prove that the 'parson is a
elope observer of certain things and
an adept at anatomical arithmetic.
WJiy is it that the baro shouldeis,
back and urms of even the bast of
women give a certain class of men un
hoiy jimmies every time they see them
exposed? It they can't think decently
about such things why don't they emu
late St. Anthony and break for the
woods, where the "devil-women" can't
Ev'! be to him who evil thinks."
is ju3t as applicable In the case of a
parson as that of a libertine.
Diana doesn't have to go about ca?-
ed in a horsc-hair poke in order to ad-
veriise her a'.l-gl irious chastity.
The good pa?n n?ed not bj
"shocked" because some of our society
ladies choose to exemp'ify tin lvodas
ty of the drawing room in contract
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Willi tin: ucciiuiii ui uih uauiiug ucuui
...in,, fin.. .niF nf ih. .t... .,i
screen when they dare give us visions
flash and gleam the shoulders and
limbs of a multitude of women.
Counting the vertebrae in a woman's
back from tho waist up may appeal
to certain naiurus as an agreeaole or
dutiful task, but mighty iovv re:.! nmr.
indluge the practice. There is soma-
thing more to womanhood than sex
TAKE CARE OF HIM
It is a line tiling that some men
I make huge sums of money and givo labor among ur We find saatisfac
I much of it away. Recently a profes- tlon when told that tne Leader is
sor in one of the State universities a c;0an newspaper that may be read
.made application to the Carnegie in the home.
1 Foundation for a nension because ha '
was unable to longer earn his a!ary.
"I have not a cent in .-he world,
I have boen a teacher all my life,
That is wonderful but unromunerallvo
work, and one does not grow rich,
either, from writing text bonks on
chemestry." So said this quiet little
Iman. who had found his sole reward,
jfor trying yeara of worthy effort, in'
I love of hia work and in thB doinj
of gentle deeds.
They say that this man gave away fluence of its individuals. Every nan
all he had. Ho socreto'.y supports) or women must holp and the real
poor students. He contributed to him- news of the comunity is the achieve
dreds of charities. He never refused ments of its people along the liuej
to givo for any worthy cause. Ana so of success. The man who builds a
the golden years of productivity pass- home is of more importance than the
,ed him by. One day ho awakened to
a realization that age gently was tapu-
Ing him on the shoulder. Like all
mortals, he was surprised, but simply
said: "I am worn out. A younger
man must take my place." No com-
THIS is just what you need, madam. Many
women who were troubled with indigestion, a
sallow, rr; r' !y rkin, indicating biliousness and
habitual constipation, have been permanently cured
by the use of Chamberlain's Tablets. Before using
these tablets they felt miserable and despondent.
Now they are cheerful and happy and relish their
meals. Try them. They only cost a quarter.
UMJ" ..Will ;P I I I I
J I h 3 TAVIST
. iMjfeir In Business Nt M
plainlngs, no revllings,
ment of Fate.
Such men are tho salt of the earth,
Out of the rich man's donations, let
tlle pension come. He ha3 earned it,
and with It that something which is
worth more than r.ll the mortgages
locked in all the safe deposit vaults.
There is a sha:v cvmtriwft between
tho weekly newspaper of the
u, ....... ,. i i n..n,f,nnl i
homo town :.n:l the sensational cLy
d2il.. 'Featu.inz the criuxs c.f 'he
Tly tne v a u. ot men who arc
Bct" d- thinV.1s cnef ,f.. "f
sadde8t '" d tne nietronitan ,
The L'ncoln County Le-adar finds j
delight in chr;nicling the acievo-
ments of Lincoln county residents. It !
is a pleasure to us to note tho fect3
that the boy or girl from this com
munity, who h;.ve gone out into the
woi'd is making good, wh'le we are
nroud of tho success of those who
Twenty colums of soc.al errors,
canda's. murders, hold-ups, business
mistakes, offlc'.M blunders, to one
col"- of prairo for the mo, who are
the ,reaI sllent Partners of tho com-
cit day- To" d,rt5r itemB to one
The Leader believes that tho civic
interest of any community can never
rise higher than the eo-operntivo in-
bootlegger who builds a still.
Our ambition is to be an institution
for the releasing of the news about
those who are helping humans up the
bill, instead of the thugs who are
knocking them down.
How convenient is the elimi
nation of correspondence and
How profitable, in the econ
omy of time, is the immediate
answer and the avoidance of
How satisfactory is the direct
Convenience, profit and satis
faction will be found in the use of
the long distance telephone lines.
Every Bell telephone is a Long
Tlie Peoples Meat Market
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
A NO. 1 MEATS, Fresh and Cured; also FISH &. POULTRY
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS WITH US FOn CORN FCD BIRDS WE
FEED THEM FOR OUR MARKET
CLEANLINESS OUR MOTTO SATISFACTION CUARANTEED
TOLEDO, S.R.ANDERSON. Proprietor OREGON
COME IN AND GET A TASTE OF OUR ROOT BEER
THE ONLY BARREL IN TOWN
E. A. LYTLE, Prop.
IT VI " V F V V fTTT
At this season you may
for the table.
We carry everything in Groceries, Fruit and Vege
tables. Complete line of Canned Goods and Dried Fruits.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.. Everything in Good Gro
ceries. When you buy your Groceries here you get the Good
Quality you want at a price you can afford to pa.
Save Your Boiler
FOR WASHING CLOTHES AND TRY A COL-PAC
t FRUIT COOKER FOR
SEE THEM AT
Sherwood & Hayden
COZY BILLIARD PARLOR,
A high class line of
We also have the best soda fountain in town, mixed
drinks of all kinds served. Take a carton of Ice cream $
home with you.
"THE COOLEST PLACE IN TOWN."
"SERVICE IS OUR MOTTO"
find it difficult to get a variety
CANNING YOUR friiitc;
Nichols and Bain, Proprietors i
cigars, tobaccos, candies.