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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY,-NOVEMBER 20, 1918 GANAOA'S PROGRESS AFTER THE WAR Sii" Thomas Whrte gave an' inter� �view to tho pi'es* Sunday *lth re-Rard to Aonie ot the problAma ot re-oonatruoflon in the*'period after the war; and /the readjustment ot busl-iioas to the', changed condlttonB. He �atd: Muat: Produce More. "The'.'instant the; war comes to an end Canada will be on the threshold oC a new Industrial era-the era 'of readjustment � and reconstruction. Notwlthatatidlng - the' dislocotloii In certain � war ,, Industries which Is' bound, to ensue, I look forward with completer conlldQnce to Canada's ability to adjust herself to the altered 'conditions. Canada's economic and financial strength during the war, and at its conclusion has boon duo to the possession of almost mm THE WOUNDED Our Canadian nurses arc needed "oyer there" now as never before. This is the', time to learn how t take care of tho wounded, the siok-Or any emergency. You can learn a great deal by obtaining the "Medical Adviser" from your nearest druggist, a book , of .1,000 pages!, bouhd in cloth, containing chap-tersonFirst Aid, Bandaging, Anatomy, Hy-" > glene. Marriage, Mother and Babe; or send 60c to Dr. Pierce, Courtwright St., Bridgeburg, Opt. Thouwada of wom�n In Canada hava overdatna (hoir luflerincii, and have been ourad of woman'a /Il�by Dr. Pierce'a Fuvorito.Proeoription.' Fainting spaHa, ohilla or sroat pain at reemor or irrocu-lar intervals jihotud be oorreotod, and every froman tvlio FufTera '.from baokacho, headache, norvousne#if, should.tuko this ''Proaoription" of Dr; Pierce's. Send 'ten cents for trial packnce to �r. Pierce's Invalids^ Hotel. BufTulo, n. y!, or branch, Bridi^eburi:, Ont,, or vn-ite for free cbn-ledical ad' ' kdential nil .vicle.t. IMMEDIATELY ArTER SALB. J,,' FRANK .WADMNGTON, AUjPTHONEER credit busi- this be r,eplaced? In large' measure we hope and expect by requlrementB of reconstruction work overseas in France, Belgium and other countrios which have been invaded and partially devastated. ' � "By reason of tho part she has played in this' war, Canada is entitled as ot right to a share in the business of reconstruction. - Wo are in a position financially to participate in any inter-allied loans for this purpose. Canada can ' for example continue ito give extensive credits in Canada to be used in the purchase of all .forthcoming.^ "As to .the' prpdvcta?Dt four ?mitttes and forests, it wotild �e'em that; there must be continuous and increasing' demand toir.these productsonce overseas reconstruction " is fairly under way. . � //' ; ,/:: Our Export Trade "Apart from any action t^ken by the government^ Canada's , energetlc'l and enterprising business men will, ot course, use their most earnest endeavors to obtain export trade. Too much emphasis cannot be placed upon the necessity for such Individ-^ ual or associated effort. The Canadian mission in London will co-operate la obtaining overseas business as/the Canadian war mission at Washington has' co-operated in obtaining business In the United States for Canadian account. ' "It must not be overlooked that with the world in its present financial con-' dition Canada must be prepared to furnish credits in Canada to assist in financing our export's of all kinds, agricultural and industrial. Until sterling exchange is re-established we shall need to sell on credit to governments purchasing from our people.-^ in other-words, to continue what we have been doing during the war In this regard> ' Production and Saving "Tho economic'maxim during the! war has been 'produce and save.' It must continue, an'd in even greater do-,gTfie; to be the maxim for the period before us. Upon our proQuotivity and-power to save wo must depend to meet our war obligations. There may be a period of rather sharp contraction due' to the process of readjustment of many-of our industries to the new conditions; but if the program outlined is fully or even partially redlized the period should bo brief.'In the mean-' time, it is the national 'duty of every business man ,in. Canada to turn his mind diligently upon the problem of his particular, business and not yield to the temptation to let down more than is necessary his activities after the strenuous exertions of the war period. Canada has in her^reat-natural resources what the world must have, and itis only, a matter of enter.; prise and organization to meet the new conditions and meet them suc^ cesBfiilly. , . ' "If sireh a program as outlined is carried out, Canada should bo able with only temporary dislocation to keep the wheels of\oua' industry turning aud continue to give profitable employment to both skilled and uusKiU^: ed labor. We shall also be able itb gradually re-absorb Into ctvil life arid occupation the splendid men whqhava made; so aiany sacrifices and won so much honor for Canada, and who at ter the peace settlepiont: will be com% Ing home to the -numhfer of many thousan'ds every month. : � ' /' r.THE LETIIBRIDGS ;)^y(iso with which the crank turned ,,.,,,,,, , land on looking inside found that the Calgary, Nov. 20.--Tho He.-ald pul.- ,,(,j,, p^.^,^,, ,j t,,^ ^ ^^-g,, hshes this bunch of political ''umora , ^^rippoIJ clean but. the hollow shell re- ' 'maining. The thlng'is even wbrse in from Ottawa: Although there will be no cabinet roorganiiiatlon until the return of Sir Robert Borden, yet there Is already talk of pending changes. These were under consideration when Sir llobcrt v/as called to Europe.' The general the rural districts around here. One farmer reports that be lost a wagon-bed lit one time, that new mower-knives have disappeared afid double-ti-oos off plows, tuoH and small parts , ot machinery of all kinds. Another belle'f l3 that Sir Ggorgo Foster will fjirnier claims that a man once walk- not return to Ottawa as minlstgr of trade and commerce. It Is believed he will be given somo overseas appointment, either high commissioner or Canadian .representative'on the Imperial War cabinet. Frank P. Jones, chairman of the War Trade Board, is suggested as his successor. Hon. Martin Burrell, whose health is very indifferent, is to retire. There is a rumor that h� will be succeeded by H. B. Thomson, chairman ot the Canada Food 'Board. Hon. C. .7. Do-herty 'is spoken of aa retiring and P. M. Draper, who, is now overseas to attend the peaije conference as the rapl-esentatlve of labor, is being boomed as the Irish Catholic representative in the cabinet and second labor minister. It would Dot be surprising if Hon. T. A. Crerar retired, not through any disagreement with his colleagues but through sheer dislike of politics and the political game. ed up to his manure spreader, pocketed all tho tools and mkde his get away before  ho could arrive on the scene ot action. It is unnecessary'td multiply examples.' It has oometd' such a pass that everything left outside Is considered common property. Don't you think that thts very 'next.; instance should bo reported to the' proper authorities, a really consclent" , Ibits effort made to discover the thietc | and it caught that he should be pun-v' ished exomplarily? ' j^! Yours very truly, " ' ^' WALKER DUNHAM. � (I M FAVORITE. < Paris, Nov. '20.-The elevation of Gen. Petain to a marshaJ of France is igreeted most cordially by the newspapers. It is declared that it the battle of the Mar'ne stopped the German invasion, Gen. Petain's heroic defense of Verdun permitted the allied forces to await the day of final vIc/-tory with Increased hope. People's Forum Commuaicatlons under thla must bear the Ignaturos writers. heading of the SHOULD BE REMEDIED Editor of The Herald: Dear Sir,-For some time there have been noticed, usually at night and in the east part of the city, large numbers of horses and cows. This seenis 'trivial to motion, but the pest is increasing In numbers. Who owns the horses, who the cows and why are they allowed to tramp lawns aud boulevards? It these hungry, persistent specimons are not soon effectually discouraged, in their nocturnal visits, certain otherwise la-w-abldlng clc-izens have resolved to lay in their cheapen winter's sujfply of beef for many a year. ~ Just one other thing that has ceased Peace Is Assured Reconstruction Must Follow LL the destruction caused by the Awar must be made good -with the least possible delay. Constantly there Is waged on your teeth an increas-; ing warfare by the germs of decay. When they break down your defenses they work their will and play havoc with your teeth. Make up your mind . today to have your teeth reconstructed by our high-grade methods of American dentistry. Bo not be afraid to come to us for treatment. , Dentistry As We Practite It Is a Gentle Art. Drs. Bniner, Richards & Nelson High Grade American Dentistry I PHONE 363 Ott Blk., 4 boors frditi Lethbridge Hotel, Lethbridge LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA CALGARY OFFiCEr-IIBA EIGHTH AVENUE I. EDMONTON OFFICE-3 CRISTALL BLOCK. bop Early Ship Early Caaeirift.ttMlxaiiMr ^OMU StaBdaTdSetN6.460 11ic�ii^"lelUbera�i $5.00 N Cana^dan Service Set ^0/20 Pocfc�t.�ditiim CiiDetle in NickeUed ; ,^H^uSSrf $5.00 Ask sour Jeateler. draggbi oThatd' / oareJei^erio'shQW Jppu these audi;';::-: ' iheoHer QlleUe Sfb. i Especially Soldiers' Gifts � ' ' �' .... Soldiers' paipds should leave herer within the nett week, for delivery at the Front by -Ghristmii?. That means that there must b^^^ no delay in purchasing the gifts. Have you decided WHAT yoii will^send?. r-i''--:^^^:-��.'��\-'- Consider this! The Canadi^s are on the move. In any event/ it will be months bebreih I home. Meanwhile many a soldier leaves behind and loses part of hi^ belongings. A great many sc^iers are ai^iously hoping that the! folks at honve will send them'aGilletVe/Razior or Blades forOiristmas. You cannot dobetter than decide to send a The UsefatSift There need be no fear of duplication, for |f a soldier has not lost the CiUette ybii js^ve him before, tii^lliU^ set you send him now wiljkji^ih great J;l^mW by fortunate pals, and he can readier convert it* into <�8h. Much as Ae 'soldier appreciates the food and clothing you send him-^and the siiiokes^if he hlsii't a Gillette, he lacks Iwhat he l^EEDS Wost, for dean^ shaving is the rigid rule in. the arniy. If you want to make your soldier happy this Christmas, ?endhini a Gillette Razor w Send Your Christmas Parcels for the Frdfit withih the next Week GILLETlt.SAreTY RA2Qtii;(!Cc.v6^^ WW. 88424167 ;