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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29, 1918 PAGE NINE' AVheat Prices Are Affected By Tonnage - The Natural Resources Problfem (Cy W. 0. Gates) OTTA.WA; Nov. 2!).-Tho huge sub-Bcfiptlon to the Victory Loan has surprised and (leligtited the public and lliose who direct the affairs of the Dominion. It lias demonstrated that fhoae who have been declaring that Canada was ready for any reasonable task have not been utterinK Idle words. Tho Victory Loan Is .proof that Canadians have boundless confidence in Canada; that they realize as never before, its possibilities and thSy have Klven evidence that, with their money, Ihey are prepared to back it to the limit. Canadians have special reason to be proud of tho tact that the per capita subscription was 30. per cent, higher than that to the Fourth Liberty Loan in the United States. It Is understood that J. W. Da'foe, editor of the Manitoba Free Press, will bo In attendance at the Peace Conference in an advisory capacity. The probable price of wheat next year is a subject of considerable discussion all over the country, and the West Is keenly interested. The opinions divide themselves into two classes; one, held by experts, who draw . their conclusions chiefly from a study of crop figures; and the other from those more or less engaged in the actual business of grain growing. Thd former point to sets of figures .which apparently show that the world's supply stocks of wheat amount to several hundreds of millions of bushels and who sha^e their heads, wh6n it Is suggested that wheat prices will probably continue to range high. The other class admits that there' seems to be (lulte a surplus, but they point to the difficulties of securing sufficient tonnage for bringing grain from the distant countries, and also contend that the territories occupied by the'Central Powers have a great deal less grain than had been thought. It lookSj as though wheat prices would depend largely on Great Brit- - Tliat to Ik* proportion ot medicine contained in Zam-Buk, and that ia why Zam-Bnic's healing powers are no enperior to ordinary ointments, -which contain about 5 per cent. Tnedicine and tba balance animal fat. Zam-Buk contalna alicolutely no uimal fat or harsh mineral drugs, but is composed exclusively of,extracts of medicinal plants and herbs and veeetsble oils. These are so bl^snded, refined and concentrated that they contain the maximum amount �t soothtnr, antiseptic and healing power. In addition to this, Zam-Buk has marvellous powers of penetration. It thua reaches and destroys all eorms in the underlying tissues, leaving no trace of disease to |reak oui again. Zara-Buk is best for all skin diseases, ulcers, blood-poisoning, and piles. All dealers, 60o. box. ft CHILD HA CALOMEL, ESOIL. PIUS FOR LIVER AND BOWELS Bive "Cailfornia Syrup of Figs" if Cross, Sick, Feverish, Constipated. Look back at your childhood days. Remember the "dose" mother Insisted Bn-castor oil, calomel, cathartics. Bow you hated them, how you fought tgalnst taking them. With our children it's different. Mothers who cling to the old form of physic simply (lon't realize what they jlo. The children's revolt is well-(oundod. Their tender little "insides" dro injured by them. If your child's stomach, liver and fcowels need oleansing, give only deli-blous "California Syrup ot Pigs." Its potion is positive, but gentle. Millions of mothers "keep this harmless "fi-uit laxative" handy; they know children love to take It; that it never fails to Bloan the liver and bowels and sweet-�n the stomach, and Chat a toaspopnful Ihren today saves a sick child to-Inorrow. Ask your druggist for a bottle of "California Syrup of Pigs," which has lull directions for babies, children ot 111 ages and for grown-ups plainly on ^ach bottle. Beware of counterfeits lold here. See that it is made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse Rny other kind with contempt.-Adv. ain's ability' to secure tonnage to transport from Australia, the Argentine and possibly India, the cheap wheat-contrfitted (m).imi(),ii(j(i bushf^ls in' 1919. The tall houuik hiis been very heavy in the .Sdiic.,-, ami I was told in'Now York y(^:tfr(lay that, the ostl-mate I have'glvin would nnl be llkply to be out ot tile way. � � Mr. Carruther,s v.-;in n.skerl ab.')iit ah apprehension of tho millers In Canada lest the di-iiiand for food in i Germany and .Afimriu iliat had ds-[ veloped might not rosnll, in largor quantities of whnal being rushod '' over from Canaiin ihan wan Intendod. [ thus leaving tli'' milLs with smaller | riuanllly to. niill ihiin had been Intended, or they had tills past year. Mr. Carruther,- /hongiit there was i no likelihood of this. lOngland had j more v/heat than ever bofore, and ' this would be lined toniporariiy, and the difference inarln np later by wheat coming from Australia. INCREASE POTASH PRODUCTION � WASHINGTO.V, Xrn'. 2!i.-Tho picN lem of Increashm potash production in the United Stat ok ko that the American farmer may ho i)e.-m;inenlly freed "from the grip of (Jovmany's monopoly on the world's Hupply of for'tillzer materials," was tunioil over to the interior department loilay by tho war industries board. A WARM WELCOME LONDO."^, Nov. i;,S.--Tho Duko of Connaught, t,he Karl of Heading and .lames M. Beck spoko at ;i Thanksgiving Day dinner at. the Pilgrims' Club. The. former two .said President Wilson would receive a warm welcome from England. The i:u!-l of Reading paid 'an eloquent trlbuto to tho part America has played in ilio war. I FAKE PEACE PROPOSAL COPB.\HAGE.\, Nov. 2!).-Vienna That is what everyone-who enjoys rich, fragrant coffee-says about this satisfying blend of Braid's. "Morning, Noon and Night" 16 BRAID'S BEST TEA has the strength and flavor that you will lilce. At dealers everywhere. newspapers publish a Count Czernin, former Austro-Hun-garian foreign minister, explaining ar alleged Amerl(4an peace offer in letter from i December, 1917. Ho' says It was one of many cases In which unauthorized nnvato Individuals tried to acceler-.ile the return of peace. In this par- ticular case, be says, a manufacturer made overtures but was unable to prove that he was accredited by ithe American or any other government. Underwear gives you everything that any other underwear can give you. Stanfield's gives you some things that no other underwecir can give you. And you pay only what absolutely unshrinkable underwear^-made of the finest material in the world - is worth. All. dealers sell Stanfield*s, Made in Combinalions and Two-Piece Suiis in full lenglh, ^nee and elbow length, and sleeveless, for Men and IVomen. Sianfield's Adjustable Combinations and Sleepers for growing Children, (Patented). Sample Book, showing different weights and texlure^lVrite! StanfieM's ymited, Truro, N.S.  1 28 m A Complete Range of Sizes of Stanf ieid's Underwear is Sold .by Our Stock of Stanfield's Unshrinkable Underwear is well assorted in all sizes MacLEOD BROS Our Stock of Stanf ield's Underwear is Complete THE ROYAL STORE ??3163590534891894 ?03052 87781418?0?4 77?26423 1630 654 32096694 C/8A 463532 997817666578??24?053?44585569086897132834488?022567977?545378958?2223?80?5015?04771756733376370574893349?202 0630?6 D2B 17?6?9?7?641006349?117243173829??3 ;