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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta EIGHT THE., LETHflRllXiE DAILY HKHALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 23.W9 CSpecUl to the UDMONTOK. Alia Jan. ing that four great banking InttUu- tioiis in Canada held ia their control bit ot money and credit Jn the Dominion and that majority of three j on the Quorum of five of the bankers asiocaition could do at they iite-1 with.the of the country, J. W. former governor for two terms of the slate of .Ka.tJis, declared that the Canadian banking system was not soiled to the needj ot tbe Canad- ian farmers, in in address before tnej Vere Brown. superintendent of cen- tral western branches ot Bank of Commerce. Mr. teedy contended that the bank monopoly as U at present eiUled was to tiu general welfare of the ___and lu one of tha reasons why this Dominion, after spending years of effort and mill ions ot dollars ifonld only boast of a population of He would pot at iMst portion of the tral of the great banks, lie fpoke of a pamphlet Issued uuM go at tho low rale. The rerall was that It was worked off gradually when the price had adtauced fifty cents per bushel The-'farmers re- ceived more t-isn If they had been forced to sell. If they had psH the tanks fS.SW.OOO of this, which was really a high fliure, they would sllll bo ahead of the giioe. In the case of the frosts lail July, the wheat straw was -vvorUi at least what it cost to put It up, of acres of roughage were cut with a mowtng machine, or lelt to >land and burned In the fall- Smull slate banks could have financed the proposition and saved country many thousands ot dollars, itt feed and theifirmers a: lielr living for Iha winter.- The common interesta of the Bink of Montreal, She Royal Bank, The Canadian Bank ot Commerce and tbe Merchants Bank, were fully shown In an advertisement-In the UF.A. pro- ot the firm of Lougheed.and Ben- nett In Calgary, who were solicitors for alMour of the institutions. Monopoly Airtight. "Vie monopoly was airtight, he de- clared, and tho non-passing of beyond the con- a res mmmm. Jan. firet orarH of the national bly Wtlmar on' Feb- ruary t, Mtcrdlng to ctlvtd frtm Berlin, will U elect a pntvltienal government. MMMWy will then draft oonatHuilon wtikh la to i'na dtr tf tin Ftkniiry PRINCESS m 10 I ID lanuers. in an eaureyA ueivre tuej _ t, delegates to ths eoavention ot the Cn- by Bank ot ited 'Fanners of Alberta, ibis morning. Commerce which Be wiUt. answered this afternoon by Mi id that In Freed from Chronk thote who ire afflicted with-tat of a ebroQie bade, Iwt ftrength, weight and Tijor, tbe caw Mr. P. Herbert of PlesMTille- will -with ape'cial tlfUBeaaee. Mr. Herbert had lutfercd with Kid- trouble for and failed to and prescription thai weald five AIM aoi diet. FiaallT "tried Bin le impreawd by tae'fatl Ish ttit Gin Pilli.enuiiid tbe txueticial (Mi lafTedieat of Juiptr witaoot anj Alcohol beiaf added. Noi ff it there ironld not be storage and it be "LSTHSRIDGB PHOfLb ahould ttnct comtponduts Irom U14e polata to tte ture put" pro- per oh tMir Wlers 6 many letters to tbla pott office tnptoperly which ire CMinot "GREAT IcAvjTY 1n the Coal- dale dlitrict and also In the village May expected thli wing to put Cotldale oo In blx Just ehinl irbat a cltjf wouiii If It were surrounded by communities like And It will be some u-heu U nwrtded oier dletrlct of -belnc-iraterei tn Kutuern A. of i OF SOME IMPORTANCE LONDON, .Jan. Oer- man Himmoned to put down Snartltan uprlihij In the army haa Inj i petition of greattr. Import- ance, to advlcn recelv ed MOOSE JAWi Jan. public meeling evening in the ctly by call of the Great Veterans' AssodaUpn for the purpose of pro- testing against'the'act Ion of I ho Sas- katchewan legislature In passing -z resolution forUhe repeal of certain sections of tbe War Times Election Afct tras attended ty over 400. The climax of was the pass- Ing of a resolution- by a standing voti. In which the members rot the tslatiirt irho yoled for the resolu- tion were "itteHy repudiated for their action. SURROUND HIDING PLACE He cited vbatjie claimed to be an uiieut in the klsjorj" ol the Bank t Commerce in fee farmer wfc, forced to thresh and artel his grain early In thiS fall Jo eel hw oblisailons' The batifc cori, theMveatern Csna 1 team bar geMtagi, Itttt oW, 2800 1 team bay geldings, 5 old, J7M i good 1 black cow, 5 years old. calve In two. vMkt 1 Wtek cow, 5. years old, due (o calye. in out month; I hteek cow, t jttn oW, due lo calve. In early spring; 1 year old cow, to earlf sprros; 1 registered Shortborn Durkin hull, S ysart oM. 1 gam plow; 1 12-roct FonvIfM sww'; run double dine Van Bnint preii drill, new, 1 1-foot Deerhaf Mter; 1 5 foot Deerlng mower, 1 3 Hoot BOM larnm, t 3H loch; 1 arsfn tank, 1M bdital 1 Motiuli buggy, 1 barrel itetl tank, omnrtett with feet of hote; 3 tetii of hwvy work I net denocrtt liti rtntff (mi 'Altalfj Juri 1 (on nrhaaf IM ot i can of apUtaxt lay, 1 potatOM; f 1 i ntrmplrti, i sixi HiaerovKiiMH tcnh; i 4 rrM- ertijUwaeon and 2 ttti wwm wketta; 1 mtnU all nearly 15 chkknnf 1 otk ainhif M- room coll mattreMM, wMk atM4a 1 matlren; 1 M spring; 1 vklor >M! recoTifs; 1 ctntre table; 3 fenuMlt rtft; I Jip riff i kMttr ntotw; 1 This luu Men m ite i a and Is clan stiff; Urge kltcbn Itaolna; windows; t 2 Kreen tfoffn. UJHCH AT SALE' WITHOUT 'RESIRVE, MR. KINMAN THE FARM. GEO. P. PORTER, PHONE WM, KINMAN, Owner T. F, Ctorfc ;