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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I'rilDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1915 NINE Wheat Prices Are Affected By Tannage The Natural ilespurceu Problem ulii'e ulilllly'io eccuro LoimaEu i" from Auxlralla, tlic Argon- Ilia ami possibly liiilla, Iho clican for r.omo tliuu ago. Australian wheat was bought at anil It li lliat lli'.-re arc bushels til xowl qmiUty ready o delivered, being al- ready on their way to Britain, irjg over bushels of In the ArenUlnr, were also Lounht by (irtat Hrllnln ut IMS. Then there ID IndU'e lurie aurvluu to draw on. Bveryone veil bUormed on (no inUcm knows that Hie United (My W. Cntesl .OTTAWA; Nor. huge sub tcilptton lo the Vlclory tins 6ur rrlseii and ilolljjntod tlie jiuhllc nnd lllosc who direct Iho altalrs of tlu Womliilon. Jt lias ileinoiisLrateil Ilia' who hare bran dcclariiiB Cunsda was rendy'Tor any reaHonablo (auk tovc not been iHterlnF Idle words 'J'lio Victory IB jirool Ihnl Can nrthiis havo boumllesH confidence In Cn.'iErta; Ibat Ihcy rcnllzc never be foro, Its possibilities and thdy bavn Blatei a largo exportable wHie Cnmdfc hiu about Ijnanels for export, whlcli Fortunately bag been aolcl it aVMxcd prlcu. In Ibc meantime (he United SUlos has acres In wlnler ss'lieat.'or acres more than In any prev- ious veer. In view of Hie uncertainties of tlie situation a guai-antccd price for Can- adian wheat would BCOIII to bo more ner.easary than over1 before. Indwd with Iho American prke guaranteed for 1010 It Is (llfllcull to see Canada can do otherwise than give a guarantee, Of course their U an flle nieiit of risk In auch a polity, a faci which tlie United States may soon find out to KB cost. On the olhc lie refused. Idiit (be IJJJ. I lie regular tea price iJ C-'-'J "As rot- what i! ivfj as over one li year, that. M-lth their haud, tno time has passed In they arc proparcd to bacfc IL lo limit, Canadians have-special reason lu ho proud o, tho fact that Iho per rapHa was 30 pop ceul. JilBhcr Uian Ihut to iHo Fourth Liberty in tlie United Slates. It It) understood that J. Datoc, editor of Hie Manitoba Free Press. will bo In httcntlancp nl Ilio Praco Conference jn an advisory eapactly. Tho prob'ablo prlco of vdicat j-ear It; a subject of considerable dls- russlon all over the country, anil Ibc Is keenly interested. The opin- ions divide themselves Into two class- es; onof held by expertR, who draw U-clr conclusions chiefly Ironi a eiudy of crop figures; and tho oLhor from Ihosb more or less engaged In tlic actual business of grain growing. Tho former point lo seln of figures -which npparenlly shc-.v that the world's sui> jily slocks of wheat amount to severe hundreds of millions of bushcla and who their heads, whfru IL Is sup- KcsLed lliat wheat prices will probably continue to range high. The other 'flasg adoilte that Ihcro'eeema lo bo nuile a surplus, but they point to Iho difficulties of securing Euff.ctent toa- nagc foi bringing grain Irom Hie dis- tant counlries, nnd also contend tiiSt the Lcrrilorlcs occupied by thft'Ccnlml rowers havo a great deal less grain prices no Bale of lib agrlculluri) will bo content to lake all the rleke, r.deed, iho question of securing pro- fitable markets for'farmers, IB :i sub- ject that Is already beginning to caiuc igrlcullural !eadern somo concern. During Iht land'loltlcmcnl conference at Ottawa I a at week, ivlien almost rveryonc was talking of Hie need ot creator production, Premier Norrls ani'l Hon. C. A. Dunning strongly pointed out tho necessity of farmers being as- sured lliat after, raising certain pro- duels, Ihey would ue able lo sell ihcin p.t prices reasonable rate of profit. MM PRICES Who Will Pay Difference Isvmi Guaranteed Vric and Expected Drop in Price of Whcul TORONTO, Nov. 2ti.--Tlio Finan- cial 1'oat publisher tliti following dispatch Irorn Montreal: A [jcculiar condition confronts tho (fovcrninenl relation lo wheat croi> of 1019. fn Iho United Slater Ihe goYRramenl has guaran- teed the price for en! veur, at about Die tame fJKiire as the 1MB crop. Hut with tlic war ovtr ijrlce for next year Is L-ijiecled lu drop, Who ulll pay Ibe difference from the price milng Jn the world's market? When IhIK point was brought tiy Tlie Fliuiidfil J'ost to llic attention tj[ Jauie.s ('iirruthcrs, at [he head of [lie grain linase of JHH. Carrulliprs A ('o., he Elated thai he was trying Lu figure the siluatlon cut, ''The Unilcd Slates Is the only In Ihe world thai his flxeil i jirlcn for next year's trop, with Ihe object, of course, of cnsuriuK u l-irgp iroduclioii Lu (ace ol a threatened tcavi-Ily, in the event" of tho war rUJIHiOllO 1E1ILM piliL! nutl la ;niil Ihc- loijil will uvll, H U on hii ihoU i r.'H ai siir-; lo act! hunbrlH 3'Jio fall h.'is very) In Ih'o aniL I was told; York y-'c-nlay Diat (Me rstl-! L-nVl 111 N'o mate I have glvin noi lie lo be out of id" Mr, Carrulhor-, ail apprehension da lust lln- 'I i'.t vr-loped nilghl of over froiu thus leaving 'juauULy lo (ctidod, or Ifit-y l. Mr. no likelihood uf this. (fie niUlers In -nd frsr (noil in i tliat hii'l rr-iull In hirRnr i rmhnd n with amalfpr 1 htea Iri- lils piisl year. MRrit ihorc Wat I.'ucland hzd Appareully very little progress has been made fn (he matter of 'he trans- fer of the public dorrtaln Mai'- Itoba, Saskatchowan >nd Alberta lo llicse provinces. Atler thirteou years of agitalfon, the itralrle jiubllc Iia.-i bal Hie price one year from will Irop to nearly nunnal, as thcve Lc a huge acreage plau'.eil. BuL sup- There i.s every likellLiood, ins dinner lite The former Iwu s-iiii ['re.sident Wllaon would receive a warm welcome from Kngland. The Cart of Rending than hat] been thought. U looks as (hough wheat would depend largely on Great Brit more v.'lieal UIAJ] before, i lilts would be imiijrirarily, ami j Hie difference madu up by I wheat comlog fi-nn Auslralla. i INCREASE POTASH PRODUCTION WASIIIXOTOX Icin of IncreaelnK jjotash lu-oduclloti in j Hie bulled Stuu-> ihai iho Ainerl- i can faraier may iin freed "from the grip ot fJi-inianyV nionnjioly on the world's of fcililizer nrn- was limit'i 10 inter- lor ilciiartmcnt Hie war in- j Juclrie3 board. I A WARM WELCOME LON'DON', -Vov. 21.--Tho of t.'onnaughl, Uie of liciidlng and James M. Heck .he tlie L'anaclLan larmtrn conic (rihuin lo the pan Canadian government and dp- ita. has played In tin1 war. matid the eainc as tli.i United liclwccn Iwo ami three limes normal for next year, how can they FAKE PEACE PROPOSAL COPEXHAGKN, Nov. we've ound a (Jood Coffee O'FFEE BRAlBsJ That is what enjoys rich, fragrant about this satisfying blend of Braid's. "Morning, Noon and Night" At dealers everywhere. BRAID'S BEST TEA has the strength and flavor that you will like. newspapers publish a C'ount Czernin, former lel'cr from Ansiro Hun- garian foreign minister, ciplyfniug ar allegotl peace olfer ic IJereniLor, 1017. lie" says It ivas OKU ol many cases In which unauthorized individuals (rJed (o acceler- ito tho return ol peace. In Ihls par- ticular caje, lie fays, a made overliircs but wan unable tg prove (hat he ivas accrediled by American or any other governmtBt. ia proportion of clnflcootalnad In Zam-Buk, mnd ITiat IA why ZamBnk'i heiUng powers BO superior lo ordinary olnt- which contain about B cent, medicine uil biUoca coatAJaa no SlmftL fat or talnenl t Is eompOHd trftctj of rtfldiclnal pUnla 'ud berbs tat oIH. are to blended. TtfloW and concta- t rated UuL tbty couUIn the nul- mum amount oE loothlnr, llc icd healing power. marvellous powers of ptnetrttlan. It Ihua reaches and all eerms In Ihe' undcrlTlnp llsiuee, leavlnir no trace of dlaeue lo oul _ Zam-Bnt is best Tor all illn die- ulcers, blood-poIsocluE, and All dealers, Bflc. box. OIL CSLOHEL PILLS fflP, LIVER HID BOWELS succeeded In .convlnclriK Ihe Federal gorermnont of tho Justice of Ms mand; but lhat is only part of the task. The ffovertimCDt Is ready nol only to agree lo lheNlrflnsfer, bul parenlly Is ready aleo lo coji'.lnue the oiistlng flubildles paid In lieu ct lauds; hut the other provinces, already possess Ibe natural resources n-Iihlrr ifcs.'r say, "the i rlo provinces may hava the natural re aources, bul if they "set lliem the> should forego tbe subsidies now paid them. If Lbesc arc to continue lo lie then you must piy us J5, or JS.OOD.OQO a- year more.' The prairie provinces to Ihe recognition of Ihls principle, but Rik "If you pay tneae additional subsld les lo (he older provinces, Ihen yo niUEl give us an additional So there Ibs uialtcr rests. Manlloba, Saskatchewan and Alberta concede (bat, on'fng lo the smallneas of Ihelr reaourtes, Ibo Maritime, prov- inces should rticefve special eonsldera- llon; bul thoy Ontario and Quebec, watch hare drawn millions in the form of revenue from their pull lie daiaaln, securing addi- because justice is to be done lo Ihe Wesl. Qnile properly, and Alberta want com- pensallon In tbe form of subsidies al paid in lieu of lands, for tnat portion of tieir natural resources alienated ffince 1905. Ontario's anl tjuebfrc's clalra for more a year betwwn them. If Ihe prairie prov Jnces get their landu and retain their ibBldiea, is quile 'ucwarranted. Fair people realise what tie Fedfira goTernment tu Uken oat of Iho three prairie prorlACM, etpeclallj Saalutch ewan, durinc the list ihlrleen rears 'Prom the ole of pre-emptions alone there are stiD outatandlnj of which is due 'freiM Purchased homestead nearly nnoth- cr The amount received rroui the sale of pre-emnlions alonn. captinlizPil. ni, irould Ihe province, In perpet- ully. In royalties paid on coal lands and mining leaflet, Alberla is hit es- pecially hRrd. Since 19QS, have been collected In coal royalties, and Irom 1D10 to date, bare been collcctefl from petroleum leases In Alhcrla. The amounts collected Jrom Saskatchewan under these heads have been and res- pectively. Roma (here ere yv-ho contend thai the Dominion Eoveroment has reallj wade nothing out .of tbe lion of the natural resources of tbe prairie country. 3tich a contention Is absurd. The 1 nilh U Ibal nfler bal Racing revenue V expend it urn for nil purposC-oi" Ihe former exceeds Dive "CaMfcrnla Syrup of Fi Crow, Sick, Feveriih, Constipated. if Look back at your childhood dajB. RememLer the "d'oae" molher Jnslsteri oil, calomel, calhartlcs. (low you batcJ them, how you igalnaL taking them. our Jl's different- Mothers who cling to oM form of phy.iJr simply don't.realize vhal Ihej- lo. Tho children's revolt Is well- founded- Their lender little "liwidea" ire Injured by ihcin. If your cbtltl'9 itomach, Lker and need cleansing, giro only dell- tlous "California Syrup of KJEB." lla KM on H positive, bnt gentle. MllUom tho latlei by And during tbe period of such administration there havo beou granted to railways prnlrlc tands, amounting to nearly 32, ivcreg. Tlie Dominion government's lant seltlemenl policy as juotnllted to th< represenUtlves of the. provinces, EC em to have fotmd TiTOr In eyes of th latter. It provides for the breaking ot tlie grip o( speculator who hold land thai he .will nol cullivate. U pro rides alRO for the ule a s 751 cm of-long term payments. feature of the policy Is lhal It Is t be worfcert out through Ihe ru-apera lion of Ihe ferleral tort [iroyinclal go erninenti, the providing molbera'keep thla hftrmlws "fnill necessary fnnda .Ihrniiili Ihe use laxallve" handy; Ihoy Vnow children l Ha crtdila. In short, rrorincjal jfov- love lo laho It; lhat it never fails lo crnmenln Ihrou'gh money supplied hy clean tho liver and bowels and Hwect-S the Dominion purchase land i the stomach, and that a. Iciispoontul today sick cbfld lo Ask your'druceisL for a bottle of "California Symp of Figs" which has Full directions fcr babies, children nf til ages end for grownups plainly on larh bottle- o( counterfoils lold here. Sea that (I la made by "CnV Ihcy, In retyrn, will sell on easy lo tnlendhli; parchatierg. Tha ra' satlKmeiit. policy should be readily taken up fey the returned men. for infonnillon recently puhllahed, showing that a much ttrg- cr number of them desiro lo go to (ho land then hnd hitherto boen tmap- Inerl. Out of vho were asfced Fig Synip Company.1' Refuse'their intentions, seM, "lo tho jiny olber klnrt wKh for of theac 65.000T or 64 per cenl.. expressed a desire lo go pest, and II Is lielfcTed that this percenlago Is fairly represenMrc of (he trhol? 1 HOW frtANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The my Co. Is BhhiR A way Victory Hand for Uir. oallmate. numher overaws. .Miss M. C. Ibc only surviving child ot General Hobl. R Coafedcrafc leader, rtiprt at Virginia lint Spring CTANFSELD'S Unshrinkable Underwear gives you every- thing other underwear can give you. StanfieMV gives you some things that no other underwear can give you. And you pay only what absolutely unshrinkable of the finest material in the world is worth. All. good dealers sell Stanfield's. Made, in and TuX-Piccc Sails in full knee anJ length, anil fat Men and Women. Adjustable Combinations and Sleepers for groining Chiltlun, Sample shouting different wcighls and I StanMcid's Limited, Truro, N.S. "Stands Strenuous A Complete Range of Sizes of Stanfield's Underwear is Sold by ______ McKELVIE and McGUIRE Our Stock of Stanfield's Unshrinkable Undemear is well assorted in all sizes MacLEODBRQS. Our Stock of Stanfield's Underwear is Complete THE ROYAL STORE ;