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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TEN flit LF.TIIBWOGK DAILY I1EUALD, W.A. Buchanan on the Budget In-ihV oa tho Haa- reports. SV. A. BuchBUn. the lenitar for.' l.etnkrWte. as poiin as'tollowi: jlr.-Spfaier. it I not as mu- tant as Ihe other blambera cf trass till Ihii debate be brouclit lo conclusion as nol In speich. Dot UWB Ihe rair 14J ot cotupiatei mwiaraclurlni underwttr and olliat pro- cjjmsnowllY ware tp 0 WkUa Aiurk-a br H Ii our rigty lo raiie Ltie Im- Dementi ol proluctlm f.i lo tue will ralop our natural and Ihlnk Ibal Qiivernhient It It bad doua iiatblu else In tho Irudiat. K It il 11 pound. cUvfe In the puiloms lav Uvfe l-fy the ptoplo ot Cunada at Ihli eat. hire wealth all DomMldh. All thr.t Ii ti And io tu pro- ductiou I Bi'a QoverbKen't and u n'6t ivmived the I'" cel11 i-------------------- t.'oui other wlldci, but bid directed 110 tint. Its' a.tteJitloli to it of rlcrolap- can nrmt ot our natural retourcm ind it Ibm by L'taolot tbv duly-free all lus- of -I mucb lo sit-1. (Continual.- on read.] found Ui? following lo tbo iaritt .Ita buriot; on the wst ot clotblK. TbiJ l! noi an torial but d frnm tha clly ot.Montreal.-jacd allUoujh a lltile reore Bilendtct .iban tba.clip IptnRs 1-nsL'HUy p'4t'Tcp Ko'.nj lo road. The Dorolr.icn Ten lie Corubany j J c.s a P' re- j celved Us raw iDAterlal. that Is. I raw colloa. or tlulr for war lai. and Ihprc ivai a pio- lectire duly on yarns from the I'niied States of !5 per cent, plus "U rpr cent las. ri total of S34 per cent protection. It Ii unders'ood in cotton circles here that the snrlai of 7ii percent on yarns has been dropped by tbe meats 5s cot sufficient: my criiictam of the Dudget ia lhat ii sbmild hive rone furlbcr.in order lu deal with present conditions. We co'ild havo dealt am quite sure, either by wiping out the" duties on the real ife, or by making a far more marked reduction in'the tariff than liase been made It Ireqiicnlly argueil that the tar- iff: has no relation whatever io tbe cost ol living. But trie- d5y following the announcement of .ihe proTiatons of iha Budget, wholesalers through; cut the counlrj. retailers in Ottawa, T.-ere interrie-K-cd, ahd in number of instances ihey said lhal ns B result OL tbe provisions of the "Budget there be a reduction in ilie price of certain That, in inr eBti- mation, is proof ol the value ot the 'reduction of duties on the necessaries of Hf'e, with view io j hleh cost ol living- 1 ('o not arpie j -that the cost of. living., bs .brought lo Ibal ol pre-war days.; -bnL'iL would be brought I am 'satislied if deal'l bravely, and 'agconsly with the tariff at this. Some hon. members yviip referred to the'high cost of living and remarked that "there wss UDresl In Ibe.couplry TTDreyin a sense, reuuted last evening by the President of Ihe Coanicil (Mr. because he felt that we might be developing revolutionary sentiments iuFCUghoui this countrT. f cannot -ee it in lhat light. I U upon its foundstionsT so are wait by feelh dependent healthy Tennit Ihe gums lo becoxe in- Ihem more eltecllTely, 1! _ flarr.ed or tender end you weaken tbe foundation of. the teeth. This con diticn 13 called Loosniing oE teeth is 2 direct issult. And spongy, receding. guras painful tooth 'biK decay- Thtyiact, too, as so many doorways for germs to enter tlie system the joint; or causing other ailments, (Riggs' Dkcasc) attacks four cut of five peotfe w'no are over forty. Acd many ua'der'that age, ato- lls Drst symptom is So you should look gums! Use Forhan'F, positively prevents PyGrrhca if used in tiinc and used con- sistently. It also EcientiBcalljr deans the thorn wbito and clean. Brudi yoiiij tbeti Trith it.' gum-shrintigc 'Has already.''set in, start' usmg Tertian's and consult a for special 33c and L, }Jor.trcal. i Druggists. FOR THE GUMS Why Pay to a Ton for Your Hay This Winter HOW TO AVOID IT! r There is only one way to avoid it, and that is to buy an irrigated farm with the hay on it and put it up yours eli. _ It is still possible to obtain a few hay .farms at reasonable but not for long. ...We 'are selling hay farms every the dry farmers are buying the landlo'get the hay. Do Not Delay! EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CENTRE OF THE IRRIGATED DISTRICT.. CROP FAILURE IMPOSSIBLE. Garden Spot of the WE INVITE YOU TO VISIT THE m ALE DISTRICT I Townsile; Coaldale R207; Residence R810 __________ alraoit lo tL< ou raw uiatir- 111 tti4d In loifai for ctrort. In order to foreign trbde. of and othsr for whHh the ysrn Is of this cinuso for thflr j Koumaniln and sent in- lo the ipiDOlM o! il In Lhc Ucited staus. The Dominion Commsny IhBreupon dropped price below 50 anJ Almost us suddenly r.Mied it to 51 cents a pound, yrbsrf. U now price ot it caan sulfl- cteiitly low (o kiep Ihe Ancririn product oul of Cennla. und the asiurnpiioh is tnhi it is diio clently hljh to tho company a fRir inzrctn of profit. Trie sur- plus of 17 cenls a pound was out of the era who used Ibe yara, and conFe- puenlly .out of the consumers of their goods. As-there are prob- ably lo 6.0CD.POO pounds ot this yarn uied yeiily in Cana- da, Iba difference of H centa a pound would result In an unjusti- fiable profit of a million dollars a That- Is A statement made in a dea patch from Montreal tonight. 1 am no arguing all the- statements In tba despatch are absolute facts, but it tbe case Is as stated In tbat despatch It is absolute proof that the tariff as il exists at present on Roods used In connection with clothing In this coun- try Is sufficiently high for these people lo tafee advantage of ii when they find that there a a possibility of losini business lo the United Slates under a provision .said to be In the k {.'uslomg law. End consequently Ihey j reduced their pries lo iet ILal bus- iness. That, In my Judgment, Is an argument tbat we can very seriously reduce the duties on some articles used in connection wllh tbo necessaries of life. That 3s all 1 am going to say on the, cost o! living question and the tariff, because- I tlo not intent! to maHc' any extended speech at this hour of the In Hie speech sf ihe Minister o[ Finance icmphasis was placed upon lha great necessity ot production In this country In order to create new v.-ealtb, so that we could meet the ob- tlial bad been Incurred iu tho war. 1 do not allempt to place before this House tonight an argu- ment lhat.ia .in any sense sectional. Whatever 1 have to argbe will, as 1 see it, be line of value io the whole of Canada- 1 malulmn that production is _of Ihe greatest Import- ance to this country al Uils lime, and not oilly ibe production of farm pro- ducts, but Ihe development of all ou natural resources. We should bend our energies in tbat direction at the present time, and if we are to no Ibat. it we are to encourage production and encourage settlement upon ihe Canada needs Trained Men and Women I Whatever task'confronting the nation, iu war or peace, Caiiada is always in peril of failure so long as tho young people of the country are economically unfitted for their tasks. Never were opportunities so great. Thousands of good-paying positions are waiting in every field of en- deavor for men and.women trained to fill offices, stores, shops.-factories, mines, railroads, on the all lines of and agri- cultural work. For over 26 years the International Correspondence Schools haW been training Canadians. Thousands have been Welped to bigger careers through the I. C. S. plan. 650d are getting ready right how. Many of .the largest employers in the country are intnrRsted in the work of the I.C. S. in Canada, and, at their request, are being informed regularly concerning the progress of I. C. S: students among their employees. You can-win with the aid of the J. C. S. 1 J. F. Parker, of Winnipeg, climbed from a a month job to a a year income as'a Contractor. Wm. T. Griffiths advanced from carpenter lo Supcriulcii- denl of Construction for Lyali and Sons, Ottawa. E. H.Monro, Chief Engi- ficer of the Dominion Tex- INTEHHS.TISIIU COnBESPONDEHCE SCHOOLS tile Company, Windsor.aiul hundreds of Canada's fore-. moslengiricers.advertisinB managers, draftsmen, elec- tricians, and chemists pre- pared for promotion in spare time through I. C. S. courses. The I, C.S. can help you, no mailer where you live, what hours you work, or .how lillle-'vour schooling- Mark arid 'mail the cpu-: ppn today-Tit will not obli- gate you in the least but will give us an 'opportunity you rhowulo .pre- pare for asuccessfulcarccr. iV'- LOCAL REF-RESENTATIVE 0-, W, P. BENNETTS, 11lh STREET SOUTH LETHBRIDGE VETERANS' r JULY 1 .GRAND AWAKENING, 5 A.M. BAND SERENADE V PROGRAMME IN OPERA.HOUSE 10.30 MARTIN WObLF, M.L.A., ORATOR .OF THE DAY. j AFTERNOON. 2 O'CLOCK, SPORTS AT VICTORIA PARK. PROGRAM Rates from 6 to 11 yean; lit, and 3rd prlzei. Me, 25c. rate, quarltr mile for- boyi under 14 yetrt of and 51-25. Riding wllh Saddle, 135.00 and 115.00. Riding wllh Saddle, and v Mile Race, Free for J10.00. Yirdt Foot Race; and .Bnddle. Racs; I.lp snd ?5, Vardi Relay Rice; Vtterans VI CMI- ,iant; and Mile Horie R'ce; Free for and of War; Vetenni va Clvlllajii. Saddle Hone Race; rnlli; anrl 55. Rate under 14 mgil owned h'y-Rider! and KM. in'd All; antf of. flrsl prize. Admission: Children Free under 14 years; A_f3ults GRAND BALL at Opera House in the Evening ;