a man how much money he has got, he says I have $100, $200 or $300. That is the record that the Minister of the Interior gets. But when a gentleman comes into that country with $300 in his pocket, he looks over the country, he makes up his mind that it is a good country to settle in, and he immediately writes back to his agents and tells them to sell out his holdings. Those are sold for $6,000 or $7,000, and that money is all sent across the border and deposited in a Cana dian bank, but the Minister of the Interior lias no record of that at all. So it is impossible for us to arrive at an estimate of the amount of money these people have brought in. The manager of the Union Bank at Saskatoon told me that when he opened business there the head office instructed him to be very careful about making loans, told him to keep his loans inside his deposits. He started out with the idea that he was not going to do much business but he was not there one month until he could not loan out half the money he was getting in on deposit from these people that were coming into the country. I say that to-day we have a record of some $6,000,000 or $7,000,000 these people have brought in. but they have brought in millions more besides. A lot of wealthy people came in from the United 'States. Hon. gentlemen talk about the vast public debt, some $35 per capita. Now, every one of these 125,000 is helping to reduce that debt, they are all taking a share of it on their shoulders. In bringing in 125,000 people you bring in six millions of money, and you get all that by an expenditure of $650,000 on immigration. I think it is pretty good business, and if the minister keeps on the people of this country will be pretty well satisfied.