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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SEVKN rtKCEMBEil FARMERS HOME DEMAND MI CMHDA MUST RATIFY THE the reciprocity greemont between Canada and the United States be accepted by Canada Is ono of the planks In the farmers platform decttled on by the Canadian tonncll of Agriculture uow tension In announcing their platform the farmers that the reolproclty agreement of Iflll I still YEARS nnd people with chest throat troubles have tried to cart them by pouripf cough lun tonics and the like Into their All mistake 1 The Peps way Is Peps are tablet made np of Fine extracts and medicinal which when put Into the mouth turn Into healing These are breathed down direct to the throat and bronchial tabes not swallowed to the which Is not bom of Peps for your your bronchitis or All druggists and stores or Peps will supply on the statute books of the United If ratified by would RO Into effect at The farmers platform embodies A demand for a league of nations an International organisation for Opposition to any attempt to cen tralise imperial control and to any at tempt to sot up an independent auth ority power to bind the domin ions whether this authority be termed council or An Immediate and substantial all round reduction ot the customs tar Lowering Tariffs Reduction of the customs duly on goods imported from Great Britain to onehalt of the rates charged under the general and that further gradual uniform reductions bn made In the remaining tariff on British Im ports which will Insure complete free trade between Great Britain and Can ada in five That the reciprocity ot which still remains on the statute books of the United be accepted by the parliament of on Free Uet That all foodstuffs not included in the reciprocity agreement be placed on tho free That agricultural farm illuminating fuel and lubricating oils be placed on the free and that all raw materials and machinery used In their manufacture also be placed on tho free list That all tariff concessions granted PftfticlpBtioit of Dominions in Conference Marks End of Downing Hired Rule Its a pleasure to notice that the cake of Gold Soap the grocer hands you looks larger feels larger and is larger and heavier than any other cake of laundry soap you can buy at the You will find that the quality is better and that the soap goes Higher quality and bigger quantity mean money Every saving on a cake of soap i Cofd Soap if macfe in tht Procttr A af IAN THE CAN OF CO SIR EDMUND ttfiKcra SIR JOHN ji H AMI Supt of Cemnj WsMstn ItMchM CAPITALPAID t SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS This Bank pays interest at 3 per annum on all deposits of and upwards in this Small accounts are Lethbridge Branch Manager Manager Milk River Manager to other countries be Immediately tended to Great That all corporations engaged In I ha manufacture of products protected by the cuntomii tariff be obliged to pub llih annually comprehensive and at curate Btatoments of thnlr No Secret every claim for tariff protec tion by any Industry should be heard publicly before a special committee of To obtain revenue for the govern ment expedients are By a direct tai on unimproved land Including nil natural resourr By a sharply graduated personal In come By a heavy graduated Inheritance tax on large Uy a graduated Income tax on the profits of The council urges that it Is the re cognized duty ot Canada to exercise due diligence to secure tho Well being of the returned soldier and his depend It urges that Oemoblllxatlon Demobilization should take place after return to and that ev ery precaution should bo taken to se cure the release of men who are most entitled to It to release men as it is found possible to place them in em ployment certain recommendations are made regarding vocational train insurance for disabled The council recommends the settle ment of returned soldiers on the land at public for such soldiers as are fitted by training and experi ence to be It also deals with land land and the formation ot cooperative agencies In agriculture to ensure the marketing of foodstuffs at lowest The council recommends public ownership and control of water and telej telegraphs and express all projects In the development i of natural power and ot the coal min ing Infamous Disfranchise Act It demands the immediate repeal ot the War Time Election Act the dis continuance of the practice conferring titles upon citizens of Canada the re form ot the federal senate an Imme diate check upon the growth of gov ernment by orderlncouncll and In creased responsibility of Individual members of parliament in all legisla tion the complete abolition of the pat ronage system the publication of con tributions and expenditures both be fore and after election campaigns by all candidates the removal of press censorship upon the restoration of peace and the immediate restoration of the Hints of free speech the set ting forth by daily newspapers and periodical publications of the facts of their ownership and control propor tional representation the establish ment of direct legislation through the referendum and recall and the opening of seats In women on the same terms as The following other resolutions were passed That this council recognize tae rreat importance of such an educa tionalsystem as will train the rising generation in the highest ideal of and that we keep with those who are promoting a national congress on education That this council approve strongly bf the work done by the laboratory In Winnipeg and urge on the dominion government the elaboration and ex ension of the system of laboratories or making accurate milling and tests of Canadian in order o secure more nearly the intrinsic alue of the wheat on the That the executive take to nvestigate tne conditions surrounding he marketing of particularly lie various Items of expense thut are barged against shipments That the post discharge allowance o returned soldiers be increased to orer a period of six months Instead of three months That tho executive be given auth ority to take action in connection with any movement towards national stan dardization of text books in the chools of Canada That this council recommends to the provincial associations that they ake action in whatever manner they deem advisable to secure the nomina tion and election of candidates at the next federal election who will endorse and support the platform adopted by Ms VVir effort nnd the future of Canndii sinnubjecis f nn Interview with Sir Kobnrt Hor rtfn Which fill a column in The Dliily Hpeakliif of iin peace Sir Nobcii aid it was not only appropriate but nurcrsflary that the dominions be On behalf of he airt that the Dominion wan pripimil to eo j operate In ho task reconstruction of the devastated Commenting a lender on the In The Dally Telegraph BBVH the presence of a lirmiinlnn repre sentative at the pence conference marks perhaps better ihan anything else the end of what used to bo called Downing sired at which many generations of colonial stales The dominions during the says tile and certain ly during the Hilled must liave seemed to the enemy belligerents on their own account They have sent and not but and now theyhnve established for themselves a fixed constitutional place in I he Imperial They me not mere ly daughter but ftiil partners iii the Imperial In creased production has been the or der of the day in every and Canada much belter pre pared and better equipped for Indus trial activities of peace the end of a long war than she was at it saving only that she so many of her bravest SOUK in Use prime of their Her rate of de velopment was amazing years before the and the war itself has mani festly not been able to rhnck No wonder If she looks confidently to the We Buy and Sell Dominion and Provincial Government Municipal Public and Industrial Bonds i Correspondence DOMIHIOH MONTREAL BRANCH WoeJ Morrow Mitchell Hodiem Frtif r Whin MM Seer Trw Asil dent HEAD OFFICE 16 KINO STREET EAST TOKONTO MONTREAL BRANCH Canada Lift Building Strtle BRANCH Auilin Frjart L Feel They Have a Right to This in Gal icia Bad anticipated between the Poles and CzechH over thr poBHeanion of Oder a town ot Austrian Conditions in talkla and Silnsiu are said to be worse timn they were j during the The several newly i organized republics aro gaining re cruits from soldiers returning from I IIP various fronts and aro paying Ilium several dollars a day for fight Officers also aro being weli paid for engaging in John aged about who has been residing with his Frank near North committed suicide by hanging himself In the arriv ing from Lemberg state that Ukrain ian troops are preparing to surround and starve1 out the of which the 1olinh forces aro in The Ukrainians are said to have already cut the and being rein forced by sufficient troops returning from the Italian front to make fight against the The Ukrainians deny that they are but say that when the Austrian empire was broken up they felt they had a right to the capital city of the Poles having other Difficulties aro also PROTECTION AGAINST PUNCTURES ADVISE CITIZENS TO FILE CLAIMS citizens were advised In statement today by Secretary Lansing that they file at the slate department within 30 days from information regard ing losses sustained through German submarine either before or after tho United Stales entered the Losses and details concerning covering cargoes or personal proper ty or should be submitted where the property was uninsured or only partially insured and regardless of whether the property was carried in American or foreign ships PLEADS FOR UNITY OF GERMAN EMPIRE ing a Socialist demonstration in Berlin Premier theft strongly protested against what he termed the folly of splitting the unity of Germany or playing off tribe against Herr Bbert nothing would be more fatal than for labor to relapse Into medieval little state with economic backwardness and ves try MAY VISIT PARIS PARIS King Ferdinand and Queen Mary of Rum ania may visit Paris in the near tut urc according to the Echo de HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAB The Hudsons Bay is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest THINK A Prosperous City worth of Grain and other field pro ducts pass annually through the City of are you putting aside a little for the lean years which will come Buy a Victory Bondor two and see that your Will is properly The British Canadian Trust ADM I AMIONHi HEAD ALBEpTA FIFTH STRICT PHONE what this meansto lute guaranteed against punctures from glass and Real motoring more no more fear oC a flat your casings giving twice the TOLWER PUNCTUREPROOF TUBES Guaranteed AUCTION SALE LIVESTOCK FARM IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ARMENIANS NEED RELIEF AltJNCE British high command here has suggested to Its government that flye Ued Cross sent immed iately to Turkey and Asia Minor to relieve the starving and diseased Ar Greek and other were deported to the desert reg ions during the war and ure now at tempting to return Each unit would be gelCsufficient with respect to clothing und automobiles and would ue capable of reltovtac a group 0 The following cities would be used bases ami for at it a puncture oranew tube free Tills is the furuous Tollver Guaranteeit means just what it no argu ment no beating around tbc get u NEW TUBE FREE if any TolUver eyer fails to leusl ot Service WITHOUT A PUNC They uro made of pure rub inflated with und put In the tire i the usual and oost hut little more than ordinary Over ot thorn are now in everyday ser Come in and see these money saving Allen Jack EAST OF 5 AT 12 OCLOCK SHARP IMPLEMENTS 1 Grey age 7 weight about 1700 1 Sorrel age 8 weight about 1400 1 Sorrel age 5 weight about 1300 1 Bay age 6 weight about 1700 1 Black age 10 weight about 1000 1 Bay age10 weight about 1100 1 Grey Filly coming 3 yeara 1 Black coming 2 1 Bay Filly 6 months 1 Bay Gelding 6 months 1 Black Gelding 6 months 3 Cows expected to calve next 2 Spring 6 1 Gas type C 20 1 P A o with 4 breaker 3 Gaa Drums and 1 Oil 1 8foot Frost Weed 1 Monitor Press Drill with marker 1 Froat A Wood 1 Hay 1 2Horse Potato 1 2horie two row 1 4horae Dowden Potato 1 Disc 1 1horie 1 Sulky 1 Walking 1 2aection Uevr 1 Magnet Cream 1 1 1 Wagon 1 Spring 1 2 capacity Harneae other things too numerous to All the machinery new or nearly TERMS Ten months credit on approved security with 8 per interest 8 per discount per annum for v All will be sold without reserve as Roiier has purchased a ranch and is going into the purebred stock Agent for and Dii 2nd Lethbrldge Hotel ROZIER Proprietor PORTER Auctioneer ;