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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta JUXE 5, 1910 THE LETHBRIDGE HAIlA ImTULD PAC.K E1ES iCONTIXUEU KROSI Ki'.ONT PACK) SIR THOMAS WHITE REVIEWS SITUATION Slates. H.jlO.COO.Oi'O. OTTAWA. Jnue compile On accounl ot ihls beiiir.as re- view ot tie financial position ol iho-sptcts a war Dominion ai a lesult of lUe war, siisll luve 10 iliulsl I i further suggestions as 10 what Canada must IME In Canada lor purposes connect- Jo to successfully negotiate ihe Iho war anj JemoDi.iisllon. tbe realiialion of me development 1 have, outlined. Our ability to meet and mire oJr war oblUalloni will de- fend on our power lo increase our production of natural and miuutac- Luretl comnioJilles and to econotalre individually so as to bring about each year substantial Increase in domestic wealth aul savlujs and a more. IBT- orjble balance in cur international trade. "PRODUCE AND SAVE'1 CANADA'S MOTTO In other future, a be "produce aad save.' (Vir difficult years. features .in? of Sir Thomas White's annual linau- vial statement prewdius tariff and taxation budeet announcements tn ihe coTunums this afternoon. Ths min- ister's. 3ioiT of Canada's present posi- tion listened lo attentively bj a crowded tiouso ADi jalleries. Probably ihe most Inleresltnp-alale- ir.enl itiado by Sir Thomas -sraa lhat the "ultimate debt of the Daralnloi when ail are met will be fi20 per head o( population, and Involving an annual iclerctt burden o! per annum. TEe pens'oDS cost from S35.0CO.MO -f I'Lianciag 10 nest leaps niaturlDf outsldo ot C.in- all wl'-l receive ilmely attention. At aisrfjate ot oar war ISSOSB eiceods onr eel eipendltnra, II Is to be pointed out thai during the war irere enabled to vances I'D Groal Britain hep. pur- chases In Canada to a sreater eitent tlian Tta availed ourselves of aarances Irio ths Imrerlil gotemaietil to meet our "war "elpenu'.lure In England anJ on tht continent. The result Is thai there li owing to us by the. Imperial government a balance, after mating tie ceoesisry let-oils, of about lure vim not lack for "urofllablo mar- kets 'or el! I'- produce. The yearly surplus ot the Doiulalou'u gralu and food Bluffs shouM 50 tar toward eusurlns moat favorabila trails balances for the. lul- ure. Xor.thb reconitiuctlon weuk Ui Europe raw materials and their product! must also be iu demand. Hv- ery tlorl must bo made lo develop and expand our export trade lu msau- factured Articles as ivell as Is the Ininwdlute pnxlu-ls o( our fields. Jor The ulgbly fin _ ests and mines. Tbe piece tin ,r ba motto for he comuiodlly. the greater the s H was tor It, nvv. must u ,0 po Tc sroa'.ly our production we need more population and particu- larly that class whii-fl will enjsu In our basic industries. Our Immigration policy it. ihe.-elore, ol prims. Imywrt- aait 811 our vacant culllv- able lands, lu the pail -pre have cot n s In our Immi- gration. We ire so amending our laws as to ensure that the des'.inlei ot tils country will alwayi con. trolled bv those may be depended minion. Our policy should be directed to ensuring so lar as practicable Ihe completion within CanaJi. In Canadian shops and mills of manufacturing cesses in order Inat re EteTed up in the bodj- and cause natkra'a O isrlous -i Interest petd Tipoii It Is home and rema'ns part ot the nallona] resourcflB, CANADA OWES MOST TO HER OWN PEOPLE In Ibis respect, and heerlbg espe- In mind the fact that before the wax Canada's borrowlnj; (or federal, p-CTli5iel.-ninnlr.lpaL and business put: posts' waa prlacfpallj" la Britain and (he Undid fifties and not In 'Canada, the situation S3 to our national dtrbv may he refarded In round Jlgorcs -the -lolal of the Dorntnlon sorera- mtnl arc estimated as In Great -Britain, tn ns'and slul jointd. It ts most D5-. lential that treatment be di-. reefed towards prompt castlnz out ol the poisons ftpnv thi body which and aohea. Thifl rceaoa that tbe excretory, and tbould be ricited to.their best (Sorts. Ererj- onesbould clean -anti thus protect many" germ b? taking cvior oU or a Peasant Ifiiatire'silch aa'Dr. 7ierccTa a aiid jftiap; J crery other day. Ttls will efficient bowel Action. JfyDU suffer from Lm- JtaUon of tte bladder and tbe kidney, ibown by tbe Ireqijuil calb to get out of bed at considerable ia the'waler., brict-dusV deposit, io.the rnomlnr. you should obuin at, the drug store -.uric fint put up by Dr. Pierce. To build up the streogth led improye r the blood, tike ic iron Ionic ruch u by Dr. hid In iabletc Ftorw, or Rood herbftl tonio, 0uch u Dr. Rerce's Oclden Medical DiKOTery' jitde from wild robte tnd biirka without >IoohoI, tnd put up ui UWcU or liquid. IF STATELY DIGNITY ;is your choke.for a monument ,TTO art TCAtiy to submit a varjelr, -ot rto-lgns. vLethbridge Moiramental Works 8th Street, H. Httti. Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN J15.00 TO 52J.OO A WEEK IE you cannot BpeBi] three years In or are past hoi' pita] limit, osnd and addross on postcard Tor rear book fiplalnine the 0. 3. N. Ilomc-Practice Method o( study- IDE (rained nurilui. BIMe age. The Chantauqua.School oi Nurs'm? JAMESTOWN, "u: v. Wrf r-r 'V4I OUR SECOND Commences June In the Sherlock Block Store, 7th Street South, Next Wellington Bros. The Stock will consist of: Men's High Shoes and Oxfords; Women's High Shoes, Qxfqrds and Pumps; Bbysrand CJirls' Boys Oxfords' i and-Girls Patent Strap Slippers v THE PRICE OF THESE SHOES IS RIDICULOUSLY L'OW, CONSIDERING THE WEAR VALUE AND'THE PRESENT REGULAR PRICE OF SHOES. THIS IS ASALE OF ODD LINK AND BROKEN SIZES IN GOtoDSTHAT ARE QiF HIGH-QUALITY. IF YOU HAVE ANY FEET IN THE FAMILY THAT WILL FIT THEM YOU CERTAINLY SAVE ?ELOWV (-1 Women's. Oxfords .ii 4, 414 and'7 Iii tan and lot of. these harfe heels low cnougn for BroVlnE girls' wear. Price ;K f Boys' Shoes in the lot. Coart solid hard wearing kind. Sizes 1 lo 5. Price to Women's Pumps AJI _ In (he Price Women's High Yoirths- Solid Shoes "Sizea-M.-ll'li Price Pair -v- Men's Oxfords 50 pairs.iSizes 5, 6, 7 and 10. Piciqe A, Girls' -Shoes Girls' Kid Button ancjf Blucner Shoes, solid 8 to Ppce Misses' Kid Buttoned JI11A9C9 UULLUIICU J f 1 ShoeS and Blucher Shoes. DOyS UXtOrOS x An assorlmont of slylea and leatbcrft tant CnljJ 11 2 aJ A t riii M An assortmenl ol sizes at Price Price THESE PRICES ARE ALL CASH. NO EXCHANGES AND NO GOODS ON APPROVAL. SALE IN THE SHERLOCK BUILDING, SAME PLACE AS LAST ONE. WI MFI INlU SHERLOCK BUILDING ;