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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE Lr-.IIBK1DGE DATT.Y HERALD h THURSDAY, OGTORKR 21. 1H1K Progress in Negotiations for Closer Land Settlement (Edmonton Bulletinl. Hon. C. R. Mitchell, who last work attended at the intprprovincial can-Xerencp at Retina in connection with tho proposed scheme of the Dominion JtOTprnmept for closer land sctilo-niont and colonization. incluilinfi soldier settlement, has returned ti> the city and on lioinc interviewed ex-prcRsed the opinion tJi.it substantial progress in the negotiations had boon made. The four wotorn province.-were represented hy their respective premiers and several of the cabinet minister?. Premier Stewart, owinc to the death of hi* son. was unable to ho present. "Hon. .1. A. Calder more fully elaborated Ills proposals.' said Mr. Mitchell, "the essentials of which involved provision for the acquiring of privately owned unsnttW lands as ivol! as any suitable crown lands as yet ( tiudistro.-ed of. As previously unnounc-! ed in the press, the essential feature ! of the Dominion government's participation will be the extending of federal financial credit to the prov-j inces to enable them to make necessary purchases, the province-, under ; taking to acquire, resell and become ! responsible for the peoples carrying out of the contracts o: purchase, ('.en- Till approval w .is given by the con fcrctire to the plan |>rop�sed and ar-rauKenien's were made for ;i dr.in act providing for the necessary detail machinery. This draft will hit,-.-iiuisidered and If agreed upon in tie-provinces "ill he I'urthi r confide: �A by the governments concerned. British Columbia now has a statute rveeatiy passed, very similar to the pre--tit proposal, but on ;i much smaller sc.io. and without Dominion assistance Farmers Never Play .or, very few of therr^do.' They rarely take a vacation or visit new places, and consequently are wearing themselves out and ruining their xonstitu-itions. You'Will Make More Money by spending a" little in taking A Vacation this Winter in the Pacific Northwest. British Columbia, Washington and Oregon, amongst its evergreen trees, its magnificent scenery, on its golf courses, its splendid motor roads, Irf a Mild Climate where the thermometer rarely goes below frcezing.point, and where the low altitude, mountain air, and sea breezes restore.the nerve force and increase the vitality. Writ* for tr** UlaitnUd tmoUtt to th� Pacific Worth--w*tt Tourtrt AtMclatloo. offlc* of the satcntW* 0*e-f\*rr. Xtrkwt cntbbtrt, 101T-1* l�. c. BmMi �ntU-laj. Sctttl*. W��hl�g-ttm. Transfer of Natural Rc.~3iijrfcs "The COIllelVllre g;ive serious consideration t,-> ;!n ones,.on of the transfer of the natural redout, es and res-lived to itnmeilia'oly pro-s the matte;- vigorously Ott.iwji. ami . fr this imn>i�e M'tit a t.degra- phi,- re.iues: lo Premier B.'vdon asking fur a conference not liter than j Novembe'- ! Mb. 'Kepre.-eiiintions of the ioan companies doing hitsine.-s in \W--ent fan- ' enable them in make further adv..me* te tb'ii* re-j-e.^i ve li.e t'Oveer-- l>'- � ee.l pi:: p.>m'- ami  ''m-orporn i e it a,.' im: 11':i .if tbt.-e needing a- -M  Ult ivl muiiicip.i.'Mi ics � p., >� lure :". . i r-ty to a.it-.di" c.ises , o;-,iing wit lira tuetr t"i':'tte:�;.,! limit �: -.'ml will ranch a c'..i-' of i .ises o;'iie.- than ino^e who art- ir>\v In i:mw | rum loatt > >:n-panic.- "In u:iort:au::'.eil tlistriits t!ie p~,e viticial uiivert'.ineiits will, under the silititest.i.l plan, b- as'.ed to fttrttish accessary a,!\.it:i'e~. The iloiiiin.ui; iiba of the conference was t'.itt! whole -lie (iis:: ibu: ion o' -eed craitt cub! not i on tint!" .1- li'-^etofore, inii 'that this wry rious problem riot-: in future b" r.l.o e.l on a dift'erett! basis and .)>r.-i>;.-iMhiy re-tvirtcd in 'he sc'i"i.' of ;'s :r,iiilsc;itinn t (it1 -::sti'tt' with til" lieeessllje-. e,f pfOlItlCt ,>tt reOtlire-' in-nt - "in re.'.ir.l The land settle'::!!teh�n. " K.ts:-ern pr-i\:r.--e~ will shortly he r,i:: lilted :er 1 l-,e pitrjHv of enUstini: 1 li--ir 1 -.)oi er,.!it :i after uhie'i defiitite ,|e tat:- will ee made public-.'' Re-:.'i:d::u: the natural r. ml annual interest of wlilel* is pnyah'e cp tthe first, of Decentbov. VblS. will bo closed front Nov. 1 until Dee. 1. Interest cheques for these loans will be issued by the depart mem to fully registered holders ns of record Nov. 1, 1918. Paris, Out... reports the death of Or. Alphous S. Uivott after a short illness and overwork. Ho was born at Avr. AND RY. DEPOTS Winnipeg. Oct. 2,1.-In connection with Ihu efforts of health authorities to combat the spread of Spanish in-fluetfa the Cnnadtati .Pitciflo railway company has Issued stringent Instruc- tions to muster mechanics, store men itwt nil cltiHSei; of oinploynns iitnl of-.icora In regard to proper disinfection of pusNongor cars, caboosew, stations and every oilier place on company properly where people congregate. A' aot of inslructions prepared hy Dr. .Milton Ilerney. consulting chemists lo the railway war board, has been sent every terminal -with In structlon.'i |o carry Ihoni out until fur-tlter advised.' Dr. Harry S3. Andrew, formerly of. Toronto iinsl Hamilton, died ut Sun-dridge. Out. uu!| l.ieilt .tent. U O. A. 1. It. Mill-  itti-'.- Lieut. J. I). F Kerrier. MM M. Scott. I'.elert in. i',nl.; MiKetiL'le. Scotl.^tol. I.ieut. yard. Toronto. A\'oititded and Mi llolston. Mohtreal  11!: W. \VIr\'!c;-. Winnipeg; O. i.;-erig. Armena, Aha ; A. J. MuoKte. .New Westminster: .1. M. Jlrl. ('(dvflle. Scotland: I.ieut. O. Carr. .M..M . England: l.i.-u: .1. ('. Htltclun-i sop. Ji.tv, seotlai) i. I.ieut. A. Horn-' tug. Scotland; I.lent I". V. tireensteiul. j Ki,gland; isergt. A A. llrowers. Thel-; ma. Alta.: I.ieut. .1 M I.angfier. Kng-1 bind: .1. HabegHni. Nelson. H.C.: Act-' ing-(Oiui'iermaster-S -rgt. �\V. T. Baker, i Victorlii: A. lliini ..n. Kdnionton; \V. j H. .loiies. Victoria: !'. Johnston, Kil-1 monton; W. K. C.reenlay. Vancouver;! l.ance-l'orp. W. li Mart ley. Yancou-: ver: II. W. Lyon.-. Vancouver; R. .1. Nash. Inna. Alta \lt:i.; W. K. Tea i'orp. K. N. Stil---I'ook. Vancouver; f-.ig.iry; K. A. W.i A. Mclnnes. o Ki iebnie. Victoria. Vancouver: A. I). M F. .Itibb. Himbri. Marpole. li. t'.: Vancouver; S. K W. Tweoille. h. Hast Kootenav. pal. Alta:: A. Moll. Williamson, rri.-uii. ^launville. IflTM/fATIOrlAL ^ev*i cuvn Fires Break Out and thieves break in. Don't risk the first, or invite the second, by keeping money in the house. Put it in The Merchants Bank, where it will be safe from loss- always available-and earn interest at highest current rates. TH? MCRCHANTS BANK He�d Office: Montreal. OF CANADA Established 1 �04. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH,  . H. J. DINNING, Manager. MONARCH BRANCH, . V. A. KbKKLY, Acting Manaiier. NOBLEPORD BRANCH. �  M. A. KILPATUICK, Actioii M.i.ofier. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COI------ tin EDMUND WALKER. C.V.O.. U.D.. D.C.L. Pr�i- nddn-.-s of tie- i-a.'.i:. .-liar ti, tin; r-iciiHt;-.? i� , rt-t'.iU' i| �.:.irp;y by ;: majority nf tae ' n>-� .-pa: >�:-. i'he extracts t'rota the -',�.�"*: ""ti'ttte.. at el pract ically not--i-   ti Th" i- r:sii:-.!-� him j ' I: tae e. ipelYir .'llll.-l !! tlurf the j Chan, ellor r.ml 'lie pan llt-nnaps Vre jworkin" a.'iieiy toward tho fortna-jtiuii ii' a n.'.tlxtta! defen.M' jroverji-tttHiit. lb' ays ;i proelan.'atlon to the pecpt,. ,.v.!M tiin; t!;r;:i t > c:.rry on id; Lieut. \V. P. | Ste Mario, Ont.: \ y. l'enelon Falls, ] O'Keefe, Sand . t I! I>. Tn'odall.1 L. Ilayden. M.M.. j '. th Roberts. Van- c. i Acting Capt.l s,i;k. I � rd, I'liiiee Rupert, j Wounds: F. F-. J IT. Nieh-I Attn.: .1. fopen. Ketvtneos. H.C.; F. S. ' N:\on. Vancouver; S. llrowu. Many-i berries. Alta.; 'Lieip. .1. A. Grant,! Halifax. N.S.: I.ieut. W. Whyle. M.C..'. .Kdnionton; Lieut. \. H. l'rendemtich- � it, Winnipeg; l.but C. A. Kdle, !).(.'.' .M.. M.M.. Toronte; Lieut. 0. II. I'.i rimeylieare. Lindsay. Out.: Lieut. J. '  i: Lovejoy. Knula Venn. MM., rianlt idem. .1. H. North Or.?.; Lieut. J. II  l'oiiit. Ont. (iii-seil: Lieut. :-:n�land: Lieut, i" ~t. Charles. One.: i i oiiver. Repatriated: la- ii II Field. Wilkb . Ill: .1. W. Itatr!:'. V.. c. Cavalry Hied ��! Wall, laltnontoiK Ar; ilb'.y l\ili'd in action o' -i.n. M irkevv te. Alta. HI: K. J. I"' -an, Vancouver Wounded: Ounncr S. II. Walker. Vancouver; .1 W. K. Turner. Calvary; W. K. Weiib. tji-iusy Lake. Alta.; Signaller A. K Morran. Vatnouver. MiAinteil K-.tles-Killed in Action: A. n. Snap,-. Sooke. Ti. C : H. Stiiith. Lethbrid�e. 'L'-l.i.ne Oi.us - Killed in action: i'orp. it C. Kaos. .M.M.. Victoria. Dird of Wounds: F. CI. Graham. Kleskiin. It a Wyutni'id; t'orp. It. Wilson. Kit-sleijih. Alta . (1. Ward. Vancouver; ti. tV'hit'.tioti. Kltscoty, Alta,; J. Illondi. .McLennan. Aba.; J. (). Fermor. I!ra>\-ner, H.C.; l.i'ii! \V. K. Millsap. Toronto. Gassed; I Alia. Ill: A. H Law, Vancouver. Medi'-al Si rviees.-Died: Lieut. A. Olivier, Montreal; Major J. II. Todd, Toronto. ClUllerinirk. Hashawa, car Villi !ia th. pii t'l the utmost ln�- lo-lp ., r;en. lie ll'lder.-l.'lill!  -li, d as aoon a--reiily ha- been ted ill ltel-;il|. lb that the lil'esid b%'.-n drafed Ludeiiilorlf and that it will lie (�resident Wil-!'-. i-lveil. �' It i -i ! i oire.sjiondirtlt �tit will nn> a!- Cy.di-ts CalKary. Gassed: !tail� ay II. (j. .Inlie Wounileil: John Ueisgi 1". C. Jones. Victoria. Troops-Wounded: Corp. Calgary. br. 1 b> le'!,t i-ell' to be l'l tile fXI.-tinK \ Oiled nud Gerintiti ridlcul-Koveni- Tlie city Miitucii of OraiiBt, Texas, has ,:ii..0 yottiiB iiIk�; 5 puro-blood Duron .Jersey boar jdgH; 50 ehlokonH: 25 turkoyH; 1 biridor; 1 wiieon water ttinlt, 12 barrolB; 1 witgnu and liny smoker; 1! whkoiik; I farm truck with box; 1 But of hIuIkIih; 1 cuttor; 1 bay rulto, Kido dolivory; a International bull rakes; 1 disk drill; 1 disk; and many other small articlos too numerous to montioii, 1 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Bull, 3-years-old. 3 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Cows. SALE STARTS AT 1.00 O'CLOCK SHARP TERMS CASH ALEX. MoLEAN, Auctioneer, Calgary, Alta. CHAS, FREEMAN, . Ownor ;