Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
-%] - TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3,191� PAGE SEVEN. 13 QTERAIEDE "WINNlPliia.^That the, rocl()Tocity freement between Canada and the United States t)o accepted by Canada Is one of the plankB in the tarmers' >latform decided on by the Canadian :!ouncll of A'grlculturp now ii^ session lere. In aniiounotng their platform uday, the tarmers point out that the ^eoiproclty/agreement oC 1911 Ib still .....' ' � ~' . -r 100 YEARS and more, people with chest ui4 throat troubles have tried tocar^ them by pouriM cough ayrups, ' lung tonics aiid the like into their stomdcAi. AH ii mistake I The Peps WB)r iB dtfferfent. Peps are tablells made op oi�lMaiMaw ^ V.C.BROWH ' Sup't of C�ui�i WMm Bmiduw capital PAID Up. |i5.000/(KKrTlteseR>l funo^ |i3.500.000 SAVINGS BANK BUSPflESS Iliis Bank pays interest at 3Z per annuio on all deposits of $1 and up^rl^rds in this department. Small accounts are welcomed. Lethbridge Branch - -i Warner Branch - - - -Milk RiVer Branch - - - - iilSW R. T. Bryionc^r, Manager - J. H.S.Goir�^ " " J* V, Steele, Manager i\ f^osperous !p,000,0()0 worth of Gram and otKerv ^ . iducits pass annually through the City of l^tKbriljge. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years which ^vill come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn^ Tbe British Canadian Trust Co. EXejCUTOR, AOMINISTBATORi ASBIONEE^'tTC. ; 5 ' HEAD QPFIC^, ^15 FIFTH �TKBET S. . LETHBRIOOE. ALBEfTA ' pHONE klS49 to other coVmtrles be Immedlatoly extended to Great Britain. That all corporations engaged in (he manufacture of products protected by the customs tariff be obliged to publish annually comprehensive and accurate statements of their earnings. No Secret "Diplomacy." That every claim f6r tariff protection by any Industry should be heard publicly before a special committee of parliament. To abtaiu revenue for the government these expedients are advocated. By a direct tax on unimproved land values, Including all natural reBourc-es. � . By a sharply graduated personal Income tax., By a heavy graduated inheritance tax on large estates. By a graduated Income tax on the profits of corporations. . ' The council urges that It Is the recognized duty of Canada to exercise due diligence to secure the Well being of the returned soldier and his dependants. It urges that: Demobilization Suggestions Demobilisation should take place after return to Canada, and that every precaution should be taken to .secure the release of men who are most entitled to it; to release men as It Is found possible to place them in employment; certain irecohimentlatlpns are made regarding vocational training, insurance for disabled soldierti. The council recommends the settlement of returned soldiers on the land at public expense, for such soldiers as are fitted by .training and experience to be farmers. It also deals with land settlement, land prices, and the formation of co-operative agencies In agriculture to ensure the marketing of foodstuffs at lowest prices. The council recommends public ownership and control of railways, water and air transportation, telephone, telegraphs and; express systems,'all projects in the developnient of natural power and of'the coal mining .industry. ' Infamous Disfranchise Act j i It demands the immediate repelal of the War Time Election Act; the discontinuance of the practice conterrlrig titles.upon citizens of Canada; tiie reform of the federal senate; an imjine-diate check upon the growth of-^ijv-emmant by order-in-councll, iand increased' respohalbllity ' of - individual members of; parliament in alllegisla. tioii: the complete Abolition of the piat-toatiie system; the publication of oon-trlbutiuiDS and espendltufes both before and after election campaighBi*IiUih�4 IWt HEAD OFFICE: KING STREET EAST TORONTO MONTREAL BRANCH Cenedt Life Butldin� R.W. Steele. - .. .Muiejer LONDON, ENCBRANCH No. ( Auitii'i FrUri A. L. FuIUrien, Meniger lillliillillllllilllllllillllllllllllllliillilllill UKRAI SMELEIERE Feel They Have a Right to This City-Conditions in Gal-icia Bad VIENNA; Dec. 3.-Travellers arriving from Lemberg state that Ukrainian nroops j are preparing to surround and starve'out the city, of which the Polii3h forces are in control. The Ukrainians are said to have alreadr cut the railroad, and are being reinforced by sufficient troops returning from the Italian froot to make a fight against the Poles. The Ukrainians deny that they are Bolshevists, but say that when the Austrlajn empire was broken up they felt they had a right to the capital city of Lemberg, the Poles having other capitals. Difficulties are also anticipated between the j-'oles and Czechs over the possession of Oder-berg, a town of Austrian Silesia. Conditions in Gallcia and Sllosiii are said to be worse llian they were during the war. The several newly-organized republics are gaining recruits from soldiers returning from the various fronts and are paying (hem several dollars a day lor fighting. Officers also are being well paid for engaging in hoatllitie% � ADVISE U. S. CITIZENS TO FILE CLAIMS � WASHINGTON, Dec. 2.-American citizens were advised In a statement today by Secretary Lansing tliat they file at the state department within SO days from Deo. 1, inforifiatlon regardr ing losses sustained through tJerman submarine warfare, either before or after the United States" entered the war. ' Losses and details concerning them, covering cargoes or personal' property or effects, should be submitted whei-e the property was uninsured ^r onlyj paHially Insured and regardless of T^hether the property was carried in American or foreign ships: PLEADS FOR UNITY OF GERMAN EMPIRE AMSTERDAM, Dec. 2-Addressing a Socialist demonstration in Berlin Sunday, Premier Ebert ' strongly protested against what he termed the folly of splitting the unity of Germany or playing off tribe against tribe. Herr Ebert said nothing would be more fatal . than for labor to relapse Into . . medieyal little state politics, with-economic backwardness and ves- .' try politicians. ^; MAY VISIT PARIS '� vsvr��T'^ PARIS. Dec. 3.-(Havas) - Kinr Ferdinand and Queen Mary of Rumt ania may visit Paris in tbe near full-uro, according to the Echo de Paris. -is. HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co. is giving away a $100.00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. FARM IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD FURNfTURE I H^V^ BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. J. ROZIER TO SELL BY PUBUC AUCTION AT HIS FARM 19.8-20/WEST 4TH, SEVEN MILES EAST OF LETHBRIDGE. THURSDAY, DEC. S AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES, ETC. 1 Grey Mare, age 7 years, weight about 1700 lbs. 1 Sorrel Mare, age 8 ^ears, weight about 1400 lbs. ^1 Sorrel Mare, age 5 years, weight about 131)0 lbs. 1 Bay Gelding, age 6 years, weight about 1700 lbs. 1 Black Gelding, a^jie 10 years, weight about 1000 ' lbs. ' 1 Bay Geldings, ageMO years, weight about 1100 lbs. 1 Grey Filly Colt, coming 3 yeara 1 Black (CSelding, coming Z years. 1 Bay Filly Colt, 6 months old. 1 Bay Gelding Colt, 6 months old. 1 Black Gelding Colt, 6 months old. 3 Cows (expected to calve next spring.) ' 2 Spring Calves. 6 Pigs. � - * IMPLEMENTS 1 Gas Tractjjr, typs C Mogul, 20 h.p. , 1 P. A. O; Plough, with 4 breaker bottoms. 3 Gas Drums and 1 Oil Drum. 1 8-foot Frost * Wood Binder. 1 Monitor Press Drill with marker i 1 Frost & Wood Mower. ^ ! ' 1 Hay Rake. ' z 1 2-Horse Potato Sprayer. 12-horse two row Cultivator. ^ :; " ' I 1 4-horse Dowden Potato Digger. i; 1 Disc Harrow. 1 1-horae Oultlt/stor...^, 1 Sullcy Plow. 1 Walking Plow. . - 1 2-.sectionL��er Harrow. 1 Magnet Cream Separator. 1 Churn, 1 Wagon. . , ' r'. � 1 Wagon Rack. 1 Spring Wagon. 1 Sfclgh. 2 Granaries, 12x14, capacity 1,000 bushels each. ' Hirneas and. other things too numerous to mei�., tlon. AH the niachlnery Is new or nwty new. TERMS: Ten monjths' credit on approved security with 8 per cent, interest; 8 per cent, discount per annum for cash. \ - ^ / ; All will be sold without reserve as Mr. ]Rozier has purchased a ranch and is goings into the pure-bred stock business. J. ROZIER Proprietor GEO. P. PORTER Aucfioiieer / > 1 M �a 1 '/I 'J \ V. 47 ?408983?