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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE to, 'IS tUBmbGE HERALD PAGE Revenue Up Nearly 50 Per While War Expenditure Is Now'Almost'Nil. interest payments on Victory loans. lu every branch, ordinary revenue howa an increase over last year. De- plte tariff reductions mudo last year, customs revenue Is sis millions higher .ban It waa ia May 1919. Revenue mder the heading wf chiefly Incomo and business profits over last month. lu May, 1919.. it was rather more than four and a hilt millions. The Increase in uel debt last month was In May, 1919, the. In crease 1n net debt I5C.556.195. Canadlm Increases In smltLary revenue, coiipled wllli. a dramatic tall lu war cspendtlures on capital account, mark tha May hect of the fipance department. Las' tnouth ordinary revenue was 438.176, S93. is compared with JS5.353.583 In Mil' 1SI9. Buring the (fecal year ui lo datiS. revenue totals compared with J46.287.S87 lu the cor rosuoudliu: Dcrlod last year. last expenditure en war account was }276. in May of last j-car II. was J25.91ti.S3S, and unpre- cedented drop of over f26.000.000. Ordinary expenditure last month totalled J39.95S.355. nearly fz.OOO.OOQ niore tliaif onlluary revenue during (he samo monlh. Hut. Included iu this expenditure are the heavy May Canadian Publishers Unable to Secure Small Fraction ftf nnlnnt- OLIVER APPEALS f( Trade, .returning to Vancouver at 7 The ie bel4 at p. B. P. Thomson. chairman' of the British ColumBlli d JJO. iwnHon dinner will speakers te- division; 0. G. Cameron, and the newly elected president Oi the Cana lilan .Manufacturers' Association. function closes the convention, so far as Vancouver is ccucerued, but on Thursday morning tho delegates will leare lor Victoria. LIVER {ROUBLE Accumulation of Wealth Should Not lie Gauge of. Success. VANCOUVER, June Canadian tour hundred members of tbe Canadian Manufac- turers' Association were guesti at a luncheon tendered by the Vancouver Board ot Trade today. of welcome wero delivered by Premier John Oliver, who dealt at letiKth on -the abundant resources ol British Co- lumbia in particular and Canada in SASKATOON'. June tho i general; Mayor R. H. Gale, and J. T. expressed intention of including injD. Malcolm, president of the Board the membership everybody and orory j of Trade. association connected with the land Premier Oliver skated Uiai.capitali- business, the business' meeting at thfi sation was Uie frlnad of mankind; that Saskatchewan band Settlement Aaoec- jatloii in session -here, appointed a committee of ten members from all joints in the province to start a mem- All liver diseases of whatever cliar- are disease's of the highest im- portance- and -demand close, attention. 'Die liver is the largest ap.d-one of the or .Its bndv. Its duty Is lo praparo'and fe- crolc bile, and serve as out of the filters; of the body, cleansing it of all impurities and poisons. Therolore drive. This action Immediate ly'followed a short address .by J. 11. Hasiam. president ot the association. Mi view of ths.fa'ct that lit present there Is no literature of'general in- terest to land men in the province, ar- rangements are to be made, to keep records cf all addresses which will be during the progress of the annual -congress which opens tbii afternoon with tbo 'Idea ot having them printed in booklet form and dls tributed to the members at a future date. The' morning sssion- of the associa- tion was purely a business with the exception that the president delivered his- annual address. Mr. Hasiam urged.tb.0 need of greater pro- crriUzatlori coaoot ex let without it. H4 fopta'ed gay flaunting of extreme Trwl'Jh In the face ot poverty, saying that it provided ample material for "The accumulation of great wealth." ho declared. "Is not. the proper stan- dard by which to-measure He said that service should ho the guago. end until then. "The assembly leit this question open for two years to over U." he stated. The moderator ruled the amendment out of order and Mr. Dickson tried to, introduce another amendment stating that In the opinion ot the assembly the matter.1 would be open for dis- cussion nexi year and the next as- j seinbly would be competent to deal with tha matter, but this was also thrown out the original resolution re-electing the committee was adopted. Dr. Manuel Condra. Paraguayan Minister .to the United States; will suoceed Jose Moutcro as president of Paraguay as a result of the elections. recent CANADA INCREASES MERCHANT MARINE TO ORIENTAL PORTS LONDON, June S.-HCauad- ian Associated 'Times' financial editor mill- cates the Institution this year by tbe Canadian government merchant marine, limited, of further cargo vessels between Canadian Atlantic poUs and India. Ceylon and the Far Bui. via the Mediterranean and also South Africa, and from the 1'a- ctfte ports lo the Far sud Calcutta. KDNET .5. .j, Presbyterians Decide To Delay Any Action at Present Leak- ing to Union. OTTAWA, June question of union botweeu Presbyter- ians. Methodlels and Conereeatlonal- Ists'brought out a lively discussion in thei Presbyterian assembly. Tie de- bate hinged upon when the war end- ed. In a resolution passed In tbe 1917 assembly, the vexed question of church union was pill over until two yeirs alter the war. Rei. llistop Dickson, of Alexander, Manitoba, maintained President T, 1'. Howard. Montreal, [naj war was over in 191S and said that the manufactarers could i tnat tne question should be presented (O what the] when'the liver gels out of ordefjt Is duction upon pie, meeting and main- thc starling of 'trouble in nearly every part oC.thefbody! Keep, the liver activo by using Mil- burn's, LaxiLiver Pills and you will havc: no, henrtburn. constipation, Ml- louaness, sick or bilious headaches, dull, yellow'eyes, Brown sal- low complexion, coated tongue, jaun- dice, .catarrh of tho stomach', or tho painful protruding internal, or bleed- ing Mra.- Jrim Ksdey. Cblpman. N. D., hare uMd Milbnrn's Laxa- for soras time can re- commend to any one Battering and llyer tronnlo. I tried otlier remedies, but they only re- tained that In order, to effect great- er production an''increased .industrial population was} which was only lo be gained by the'efforts of In tho altcrnoon, W, Martin, premier of delivered a short interesting address of welcome to tho association and Mayor Young hcartll welcomed the association to city. Following the formal speeches of welcome, the members were treated to an paper from Hugh J. Hughes, director of-marketing, state ot Minnesota, on ths subject of "co operatiTb marketing as a help to tho for a short always no" cottier." ccommerid Pills to, all M think they i val- oabla remedy." MllbornV are 25c B vial at 'ell dealers or, mailed direct on of price by The T. XQlburn Limned, Toronto, Billlo Burka's announced, .appear- ance as Ijdy Teazle in "The Scheo for has been- deferred untj the aatumn; .Tmomas A. Wise and Normoii Trevor will bo among those la her support. well tako n lesson from premier had said. !'We have coruo from Eastern Can- ada to he stated, "and we are learning." Featuring the second dray's busi- tess will be an address by Prof. W. ion for the Dominion government. His tsubject will-be "Technical Edu- cation." la addition to this, roporta of the legislation, transportation arid tarilt committees .will s be received aud discussed. .Luncheo'n on this day will be taken with the Rolariana, the delegates being the guests ol the i club. Another Lunch Tho afternoon of Tuesday will be taken up with (he reading of reports from the membership and commercia] intelligence committees! and the gen- eral manager.will give his private report. In the evening the delegates will sail for a cruiso to Howe "Sound, Election of officers will take place at the Wednesday.morning session of the convention, wbtcb opens at 10 a.m. after which, amendments lo the by- laws'and .resolutions1'will be consid- ered.'. The delegates, will afterwards bo entertaine'd' to, puncheon by the KiwaHls Club. After lunch.tho party will bo tuken to New Westminster In motors, whore they will he the guests of Ihe'.Xow 'Westminster 'Board of. assembly In such a man- ner that It could be definitely dis- posed of. i West Not Satisfied He said that1 tbe wcut would not be satisfied with the recommendation which simply provided that the c mittee on church union bo re-elected He-moved an'amendment that the rsoluilon go farther and Instruct the committee to meet committees of Methodists and Congregationalists dur- ing tho year so they would he able to knov this feeling of those denomina- tions and the assembly take dcfinlto action next year. He said the west would not be satisfied wilh postponing o question further. Would Wreck the Church Rev. Campbell. Montreal, clerk ot the assembly, vigorously opposed opening up tho controversy at 'this time.. He said the action taken In 1917 bad saved the church from going over tbe precipice and from being rent asunder.' The east did not want tho question reopened at the present time. "It will begin-an agitation which will wreck tho .unity of tbe cburch and prevent tbe spiritual movement you havo been promoting for the past two he He claimed that since the. blockade-ragatnst Germany lasted until the war did not Cord Tire in the world. "Royal Cord" means more mileage than you can get from any other miles per gallon of and a buoyancy that gives an added luxury to motoring, There are six Dominion Tires, also Dominion inner Tubes and a complete line of Dominion Tire Accessories. It will pay every Motorist to get acquainted with them and with the prompt, efficient, courteous service of the "Dominion" Tire Dealers who carry them. The best dealers sell Dominion Tires. m Mid-Month List Now on Sale Makes in Cuba II find it pure delight to dance to these two fox-trots. dious incidental whistling by Ted Lewis himself makes "I'll See You in a sure-fire hit. Coupled with "The Moois' Shines on the by these same exclusive Columbia.ajtists. Nora Bayes of Boyhood Days No one can carry you back to bpy- rlSod as convincingly 'as Nora Bayes. "Patches" makes you ache to wear those badges of boyhood once again. Coupled the song "Without this ex- v 'elusive Columbia artist's in Ladies.Firjt., Oriental Fox-.trots "Rose of Mandalay" and "Along the Way to Damascus" are two Oriental fox-trots by Art Hickman's Orchestra .from, the St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco. They'll fill you with all the rhythmic fire for which these exclusive Columbia artists are justly famo'us from coast.to coast. A Few More Mid-Month Hits ROM of Squire TirtJ 6i Me rkvhmgton Square Borr jj QQ (5e Lewis J Shadow. Campbdl and Biin 1 A-2920 n nn' Jl.OO R.ilro.d BfeM-rwtroi YerVes' Fivet A-2929 Sbikt Your Littlo I Fox-tiot Tdc Happy Sii feautUn! Medley Wala Orciieitra COIVMB14 ClAtONOUS Hta Columbia en Sale ol All Cofnmdto Dtaftrt the lOtll and 20th ai _ COLUMBIA GRAPHpFHONli COMPANY, Toronto AGENTS THE REXALL STORE ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS PHONES 1515 AND 322 DEALERS 315 6th St. S. Phone 1545 Leihbridge, Alta. ;