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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOVEMBER I PAGK NINE mm PRICE FOR1EATIN1919 Wheat Prices Are Affected By Tonnage The Natural Resources Problem Illy CalPfO huge to the Victory Loan has BUT prised and delighted the public those who tho affairs of the It has demonstrated tha those who have been declaring tha Canada was ready for any task have not been uttering idle words Tho Victory Loan Is proof that Gar ndlaiis have boundless confidence n that they ronllzn as nnvor be fore Us possibilities and they Klvnn evidence with their 1hey arc prepared to back It to the Canadians have special reason to be proud of tho fact that the per capita subscription was 30 P0r higher than that to the Fourth Liberty Loan in the United It IB understood that editor of thn Manitoba Free will bo in attendance tho I eaco Conference in an advisory Tho probable price of wheat next voir in a subject of considerable iw Jusslon all over the country and the West Is keenly The opin ions divide themselves into two class es held by who draw their conclusions chiefly from study of crop figures and the other from thoso more or less engaged in the actual business of grain iht former to sets of figures which apparently show that the worlds sup plv stocks of wheat amount to hundreds of millions of bushels and who shake their when it is sug gested that wheat prices will probably continue to range The other class admits that there seems to bo oiiito a but they point to tne difficulties of securing sufficient ton nage for bringing grain from the dis tant and also contend mat the territories occupied by tho Central Towers have a great deal less grain Ins ability to sficiiro tonnage to ransport from the Argen Ino and possibly the cheap wheat contracted for some time Australian wheat was nought and it is believed that there are of good qimUty ready to be shipments being al ready on their way to oreai Something over bushels of in the Argentine also by Great Britain at Then hew Is Indias largo surplus to draw Hverrone well Informed on the wheat situation known that the United had a largo exportable white Canada about Imshfils for which fortunately has been sold a fixed In the meantime tho United Stales has some acres In winter or acres morn than In any prev ious In view of uncertainties of the situation a guaranteed price for Can adlan wheat would seem to bo mon necessary than nver Indeed with the American price guaranteed for 1Hfl It in difficult to snc how Canada can do otherwise than give i Of course their is an ele ninnt of risk in such a a fac which the United States may posslbl soon find out to its On the other the time has passed In tho sale of Its agriculture will be content to take all the tho question of securing pro THE WHEAT Who Will Pay Difference Be tween Guaranteed Price and Expected Drop in Price of Wheat Nov The Finan cial I hi following dispatch from A peculiar condition confronts Ilio Kovormnnnt in to Canadas rrnp of In thn United Stales thf KoVirrinnMit linn guaran teed Uie pricefor it about Uie same figure an the 1V1S Hilt wilh he war over tif price for neM year in expected to Who will pay the difference from the price ruling in Hie worlds ninrketv When Ibis poin wi brought iiy The Financial to I lie attention of James al the bond of the grain house of CarrulhorH he stated that be was trying lie foot the he Pi u j fixed price lit As for wliai j he in these wan OVtr and I win prised to see I 1ft 3he full heavy In the In Now York mute I hnvo gh to he out of Carnithrr an apprehensiM lewt tin jonnany and might i quantities of over from Canii limn leaving I quantity to mil or they Carruthe no likelihood more wheat th would be i the difference eat coming States is the world that price for next yutirs with the of of ennurinK a largr production in face of a threatened in th Ther than had been Jt looks as though wheat prices liablemarkets for Is u sub that Is already beginning to cauwe leaders some During the conference to figure the situation at Ottawa last when almost The Initeil everyone was talking of the need of in the Creator Premier Morris and Dunning strongly out the necessity of farmers being as sured that after raising certain pro they would be able to sell them at prices a reasonable of Apparently very little progress has been made in the matter of the trans fer of public domain within Man Saskatchewan and Alberta to these After thirteen years of the prairie has succeeded In convincing the Federal government of the justice of its de nand but that Is only part of the The government Is ready not only to agree to the but ap parently is ready also to continue the existing subsidies paid In lieu of lands but the other already possess the natural resources within their the prai rie provinces may have the natural re but if they set them they should forego the subsidies now being only fixed INCREASE WASIHNCTO lem of increiiBlni i In nulled Stan can farmer may from grip of I on the worlds SIM was turn lor department i dustries A WARM WELCOME No The fluke of the Karl of Keacliiu and event of the war Heck spoke at a Thanksgiv is every likelihood ins Day dinner ai the Pilgrims I that the price one year from now will The former two said drop to nearly as there will would receive a warm welcome from be a huge But The of Rending paid pose the Canadian farmeis come to an eloquent trihni to the the Canadian and de lea has played in for food liiid I ill in i hing nilufl linn ilis wjlli smaller llMil in ial I here wan I vrT limpori Hill HP I H PRODUCTION Tli prodiKtlou in i ha the Ameri freed iiianvf monopoly of fri ilizor ma iiver to the inter BRAID flavor mtuid the same price as the Iniied between two and times normal for next how can they FAKE PEACE PROPOSAL newspapers publish a letter from Count former Ansi rol lun garian foreign explaining ar alleged American peace offer He it was one of many cases in which unauthorized individuals to acceler return of In this par ticular he a manufacturer made overtures but was unable to prove that he was accredited by the American or any other J L lUUIXB would depend largely on Great Brit That to the proportion of medi cine contained in and that la why ZamBnks healing powers are no superior to ordinary oint which contain about 5 per medicine and balance animal ZamBulc contains absolutely no aiiimal fat or harsh mineral gut Is compoMd exclusively of ex tracts of medicinal plants and herbs and vegetable These are no refined and concen trated that they contain the maxi mum amount of antisep tic and healing In addition to ZamBuk has marvellous powers of It thus reaches and destroys all terms In the underlying leaving no trace of disease to freak out ZamBuk Is best for all skin dis ana All ft CHILD HATES PILLS FOR LIVER AND BOWELS California Syrup of Look back at your childhood days Remember the dose mother Inslste castor cathartic How you hated how you fougli kgainst taking With our children its differen Mothers who cling to the old form o physic simply dont realize what the Jo paid If these are to continue to be then you must pay us or a year The prairie provinces object to the recognition of this but If you pay these additional subsid ies to the older then you must give us an additional So there the matter Saskatchewan and Alberta concede owing to the smallness of their the Maritime prov inces should receive special considera tion but they object to Ontario and which drawn millions in the form of revenue from their pub lie securing anything addi just because justice is to be done to the Quite properly Saskatchewan and Alberta want com pensatlon in the form of subsidies al ready paid in lieu of tor that portion of their natural resources alienated since Ontarios and Quebecs claim for more a year between if the prairie prov inces get their lands and retain their is quite Few people realise what the Federal overnment has taken out of tho three ralrle especially Saskatch during the last thirteen rom the sale of preemptions here are still f which is due from Purchased homestead utstandings amount to nearly anoth r The amount received rom the sale of preemptions apltalized at 6 per would ield the province in perpet lity In royalties paid on coal lands nd mining Alberta is hit es ecially Since lave been collected in coal uul from 1910 to have cen collected from petroleum leases n The amounts collected torn Saskatchewan under these heads have been and res Some there are who contend that ihe Dominion government has really made nothing out of the administra tion of the natural resources of tho prairie Such a contention is truth is that after bal ancing revenue against expenditure for all the former exceeds the luttei by And during the period of such there have boon granted to prairie amounting to nearly s Tho childrens revolt IB well Their tender little MO Injured by If your childs livai lined giv California Syrup of JllIUH in n ir mothers this harmless laxative handy they know children lovo to take it that it never fails to The Dominion governments land settlement policy as submitted to the representatives of thn seems to have found favor in the eyes of the It provides for breaking of the grip of Uie speculator who holds land that lie will not It pro vides also for the sale of laud through a system of long term A feature of the policy Is that It Is to onlv dell bo worked out through the coopera lion of the federal and provincial gov the former providing the necessary funds through the use of I ils in provincial tfov ernments through money supplied by Insides and IUV11 IIJ eliiun thn Hvor and bowels and sweet Hi tho and a tcaspoonful today saves a sick child to Aak your druggist for a battle of California Sjrrup of which has full directions for children ot ill agus and for grownups plainly on the Dominion purchaao land which in will soil on misy terms to intending Tho soldiers settlement policy should be readily taken up by the returned for information haw recently been showing that a much larg er number of them desire to go to Beware of counterfeits iold See that It is made by Cal ifornlii Klg Syrup Hotline their inlonu other ktad with i lnd for HOW MANY BEAN8 IN THE JAR The Hudsons in giving away Victory llond for Ilio nearest the land than had hitherto been imug Out of who asked to Iho tUesa or 64 per expressed u desire to go and it Is believed that this percentage is fairly representlve of the whole number S Miss the only surviving child General K tho j Confederate ilitil at Virginia I Hot OTANFIELDS Unshrinkable Underwear gives you every thing that any other underwear can give Stanfields gives you some things that no other underwear can give And you pay only what absolutely unshrinkable of the finest material in the world is AII good dealers sell Made in Combinations and TwoPiece Suits in full knee and elbow and for Men and Stanfields Adjustable Combinations and Sleepers for growing Patented Sample showing different weights and Stanfields A Complete Range of Sizes of Stanfields Uind and Our Stock of Stanfields Unshrinkable Underwear MacLEOD UKjssnrBswm ii in ii 111 iii i Our Stock of Stanfields Underwear is Complete THE ROYAL ;