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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta S4kTqRPAY> NOVEl^BER 23,1918 y I'HE LETMBRID.GE DAlijy 1IERAT.P -^---' '\m>M-'-- PAGE THREE PA'S ./"And What-Do Y^UjSuppofc|Pa's Hoping For? By Weillnfftjon BOULTON'S TAXI Closed and Heated Car City and Country Trip* '^'^ Office Phone ........1206 RESIDENCE Phone ,....1098 MILNE TRANSFER Coal C.O.0, Prompt Service. Phone 1345, 410 13th Street N;- ' -\ ; 280-26 Phone 1530 i17 13th 8t N. | SAYS CAN3 AGRE ^ovt. Has Practically Decided to ^Refuse Request of Provinces, (Special Cori-eapondence of the Calgary Herald.) OTTAWA. Nov. 22.-As a result of the Inability of the provincial gov-. ernmonts to' come to any aereements, and their demands for,new subsidi^ running Into .millions annually, the western natural Resources .wlU con-, "tinuo 111 th^ hands of the Domlnioi;. �'The cabinet has no alternative although the absolute decislotf' may not yet have been made. When the' conference opeaed the gdvernmont made Its proposals tor 'the.handing ,6ver of the public rto-.maiii. '.'i'hey' proposed to tUK� over i all lands and iiilneralsi reserving only certain coal and oil areas to be used for the'^ public owner railways.' The . water lidwer: rights, It was sUBgested, should be retained by the Bomlliion as itwasf^lt'that they should be de-yeloped 'as a 'national asset, and the government was preparing to launch upon such a policy. It' was (also proposed that the parks and the forest r.eserves should remain with the Dominion, it-was felt" that'the- cost of administration' was large 'and : the utter failure of any agreement the' ily outcome must bb that the Do--lion will continue to own and ad-JBler the western domain until . , demands for additional subsidies .^n be either modified' or agreed upon. The land settlement policy of the Dominion, which provides for cooperation In expropriation and aettle-meut of-wild lands held by corporations and 8i)eculator3 was heartily approved at' the conference, and it is li)cely every province will introduce necessary legislation to carry Into effect the proposals this coming year. WAR BILL IS PAID PLAYING THE, GAME The Way of the R. A. F. * ? * ? : ? > ? ? : REPLIES . ? German airnJeh"- 'oVer ' England and I�romptly gave them a good breakfast. The (Sermans were tfowii; ind It is not the British way to kick a man revenue sm"�li. and -.the s jfpovJnces '^^^'^ down, or to jeer^at the .wouId>not~bSlQ a position to finance^ TbejGerman-Blriaen clt- elr administration.''^  t   - ed were nbt onlyHdoWnr-birt very nas-( oJ^^iiii' A^i-lj i ' tlly down lii a sudden dive t6*earth;"af- AVnf^^^^rJi^^^^A ^ t� many hiMiPs it a^helgbt wttei^^the All of. these proposals ^v8re agreed ,^ was arctic- and theWA P man opened ., later. They urg^d, the^.- > S^^eh ifu"l^kely)' they were"remlnd^ is one other matteivtijiatenter^JntO: the dtjscussion; of the ^ thlng,:\,aiia I'th'iit Is the increased cost of raw/material, but as B general proposttipn.t-the prices of nearly" every commofllty cdh' ''be traced:: back to - bread; .it wh6'at'gcfes�'aoWn .'Ih ijirlce'�'nio will. br6ad;''so-wn^"-wifges"aBd'�filB cott other things.. ', ,. ' , 'vlnces.ehiuld came, a of^iVby-Vhrsp'ortsm^nllk^^Vr^^^^^^^ --^.f U wal pointed to an^^r&ei)iettt'on any terms; o they had received the R. A. F. Sut that these articles w^^^^ transfer, /it^there -was no agreement ca^et Brigade. '^^.X' '?h\'%easofthaTeveryone "We Germans will never be gentle- uses-them, and thus they bring In a men, and you English will always be jarge' revenue, wlitle the wholesaler then adi4satjy|(ied-'Pr(^vIn'oe could r�:. open fSe',.wJi'olfl .iiuestlon. ' , The' VesteWpfovlnces first 'asked 4, game, ;by haying , lower the/sdst. But there would still the proposals; Additional, bemanda. The western, provinces theft countered with additional, demands. By remain dlftlctUty In getting sufficient botton^a tla bring the tea to this country. It was predicted'^hat coffee, would OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT, Sound or broken, vulcanite or metal; also brldgework. Post them to J. Duns-tone,'Post Office box 12S6,'Vancouver. Highest cash price sent by return mall. _, � ^ 273-2C TO READERS-Of the Ladiesf Home decent'^houghts-ai^d by acting tfecei^^^ ly upon them. �'..' To play the game 'may.^^bei.a sentl- -------. ---------- ment, but It is also a policy, even this time the three western provinces though;to Britain it la a natural and be higheir in price than Is the case at and the eastern provinces along with ^incalculated policy., ..It ,la �. policy present. Germany and Austria, two BrltlB)! Columbia were so far apart which Is winning the war and in the gr^at coffee users, will now be in the' "O'^'^n'y- ^serui auu aucajimmo giua. that it was agreed to disagree, and youngest, as in the older servicoi, they -�- - NOTICE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE MUNICIPAL AND SCHOOL ELECTIONS 1918 Public Notice is hereby given that a meeting of the electors of the City of Lethbrldge will be held In the City Clerk's Office on Monday, December 2nd, from 11 a.m. till noon for the purpose of receiving petitions of nominations of candidates for the olSceof Commissioner of Public Utilities of the City of Lethbrldge, tor a term of three years. ' �, \ For the Public School District Number 51, three vacancies for the term of two years and for the Separate School District ^Number 9, three vacancies for the term of two years. Given under my hand at Lethbrldge this 23nd day of November, A. D., 1918.' . DCJNALD A. DUFF, 291-3': Returning Officer. TKe Gomrade's Wreath will wither and die; the stonei we erect will endure for age�. We make'^nd erect monuments of any selected' ,  If you thInW of placing a. memorial In your family plot^ we shall be glad to advjae you r as to the stone most suitable. See us. There will be no oblir*ini'iilbn EipresB Mbfiey-Order; ;:, TENDERS  �:,,.. FOR THE ERECTION OF A MAL-E DORMITORY AND .DINING.HALL, PROVINCIAL. ASYLUM; PONOKA. . Sealed tenders,.addressed 'to, the^n-derslgnied and endorsed "Tend'er-�fdr a Male Dormitory and Dlnlng-hall. Ponoka Asylum" will .be received up to 12 o'clock noon,- Decei?�eer 2nd, 1918. ' - Bach tejider must be accompanied by an accepted cheque, payable to the Minister of Public Works to the amount of five (B%) perpont. of the tender. ... '.�,'. >,Should the contract be awarded the successful bidder shall be required to execute a guarantee, bond on ah approved Surety Company to the amount of twenty (20%) per cent, of the contract , The cheques of the unsuccessful i contractors .Will be returned within! six days after the contract Is awarded. The right Is reserved to reject^any or all bids or to '.waive any de'ect. 1 Plans and aneolflcatlons will bo Is-'l sued to applicants af^the Provincial-Architect's Office, Parliament-Build-., ings, Edmonton, on receipt of a de-; posit of teir ($10.00) dollars which (Will be refunded on return of plans, specifications-and a bona fide tender, L. C CHARLESWORTli, -Deputy Minister of Public Works. Dated at Edmonton this ZQth- day'' October, 1918. - / Ad 07 L A. H. Roosa Diraymg and Baggage : , . transfer ? Day or Night Servloe to Any Train When,Called.. ; PHONE 1869 Residence 922 2nd,'Avenue South CANADA POOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 2-4v'S Tractor Repairs We specialize InYeborlng gas, tractor cylinders., and fitting ^ oversjfio^pistons a^d IriXkM*^-..'^-^-/ We have In stockist present oversize pistons for alt popular, m'hkes of ij;as cractars. - - Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN BROS. . 2;ie let Ave. 8. , ^ Phon�,.l782^ HAY AND FEED TRANSFER - STORAQB ^ COAL, C.O.D. Canada Pood Board Lloense.No. 9-11108 28.'7-0 4 Dr. A.T>Spanki& WD^ CM. EVE, EAR, NOSE AND . THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121-122 Now P. Burns Building, Corner 8th Ar�. and 2nd St. iEast, Calgary. Office Phone M2g48 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Surgeon, Manhattan Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, New York City, 1911-1914. SpeclaUst to Calgary School Board =7^ AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock and farm machinory. Sales 3ondttc^ ed ia any part of Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA, For Dates' and Rates Call Th* Oowsley Land Agency, Lethbrldge. Phone 1809 IreelfEUiott Sheet Metal Works winter will soon be here aiid bring \yith It the cold weather. Have your furnaces overhaul- i ed by us. Expert* work.. Hot air furnace wojk �-spo. , clalty. � � �� �"..: . Phone 1713, 3i50 Sixth-SL at.e ,.Uthbridge,^.Ait�. v;,v,v:: DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransfcrCoii. Limited BWM C, P. 9. Pr�i|M raoNie WjIw ......... ----- THE ROY ELECTRIC ' Electrical Contracting of aU kinds. Agents ftfr ,th� WarM^ ruttous ^ ^ Deico Light ^ Country wiring"� specialty., 818 4th Avenue Box 8M Phone 735 320 Acre^ 4n the Warner District v Half*under cultivation, good house and other buildings, all', fenced, well*' for > $33.00 per acre. ,  1, Horses and machinery.; included, ,$1^600 cash, balance half-crop,'interest 7%.- - . . CHAS. T. COUSINS SKIFF, ALTA. FURS-^FURS-FURS ' Highest Prices Paid CANADIAN HtOECAND METAL COMPANY 220 2nd Ave. 8. 8644 . ^ OONT 4!" 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