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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page eight THE LFvIIBRlDGE DAUft HERALD THURSDAY', OGTOBEH 2 J, 1 !)1 S Progress in Negotiatiotis for Closer Land Settlement (Edmonton Bulletin). Hon. C. R. Mitchell, who last week ftttended at the interprovincial, oom-ference at Regina in connection with the proposed scheme of the nonunion governtnept for closer land ispttle-ment and colonization, including sol- ! Trnnsfer of Natural Rcsoi|f?cs 1 The eo'nferenci- also pavo serious i considoi^atlon to, the quesKou of the I transfer of llie natural re.^niiTi'Bs and j I rt-s(Jlvoil to imnveilia(cly iiri-xs the , ! matter vigorously with Ottaw,'i. and j (for this imrpiise ^ent a joint toleKi-a-, iphic reiiuest to I'romicr lk>nlon ask-j undisposed of. As prertously annouuc-'j j^^^ j^^,. Vonterenco not later than; Novonilier ISth. � ' Kepreseutntions of the loan com-, mios (loinK husine.-a in \Ve, said' CASOALTYLIST iuces to enable'them to make neces-ijir Mitchell, "auri it is praotii-ally i moni. aim i:uiuuiii.iu/n. ......----- - ------ .............. (Buy 'a Vktory I'.iuul) dier settlement, has returned to the j g^ry purchases, the provinces under-; certain thai arrangements will lie i Ottawa, Oct! L'l,-Today's casualty city and on beinR interviewed t'-^-j taking to a(;iiuire, resell and become 1 nmde whereby (ho loan conip.TUics will ' ,ig( included the following western pressed the opi vrogress in the made. The four were represented premiers and ministers. Premier to the death to be present. . luusiuc.^i. ssary advanc'es. The I Coneybeare. Lindsay. Onfc; Lieut. J. fE. Lovejoy. England^ Lieut. W. p. -- Venn. M.iVl, Sault Ste Marie, Ont;  7- i r>____, U^�-^,7ii,- Da 1 Lieut. .J. H. Northey, Fenelon Falls, Socialist Papers However. 1^^-,^^^. ^.^^^ j , o'Keefe, Sand mand That Kaiser Get - -Off the Throne (Buy a Victory Bond) Paris. Oct. 24.-Emperor William Point, Ont. Gassed: Lieut. \\ B. D. Tubdall, Kngland; Lieut.. F. L. Hayden, MM.. St. Charle.?, Que.; F. G. Roberts, Vancouver. Repatriated: Lieut. (Acting Capt.) conferred on Moudav with all the \ G. B. Field, Wilkie. Sask. members ot the goyernment, talking; 111: J. W. Ratchford, Prince Rupert, at length .with eaph . individual and | B. C. then hnrpnkued them in a body, says 1 Cavalry-Died of Wounds: F. E. " - �' - Wall, Edmonto.J>-. , Artillery--Ktfl^in action: R. Nich- a dispatch rxom Zuri"ch to the .Tottrnal. Thus far the German newspapers have printed nothing concerning the emperor's speech. The war cabinet held another long Olson, Markerville, Alta. lUr F. J. Foran, Vancouver Wounded: Gunner S. H. Walker, Fires Break Out and thieves break in. Don't risk the fii'st, 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? MERCHANTS BANK He�d|Office: Montreal. OF-CANA.DA Established 1 S64. LEIHBRIDGE BRANCH, -  R. J. DINNING, MaStgcr. MONARCH BRANCH,  V. A. EBERLY, Acting Manager. NOBLEFORD BRANCH.   M. A. KILPATRICK, ActiniJ Manager. �meeting on Tuesday. The address ot' Vancouver; .T. W. K. Turner. Calgary; the chancellor to the reichstag is cri-; W. K,. Webb. Graasy .Lake, Alta.; Sig-ticized sharply by a majority of the , nailer A. E. McMorran, Vancouver, newspapers. The extracts from the; Mounted Rifles-Killed in Action: speecii circ'.ilatfed by the Wolff Bur- Actitig-Corp. W.,p. Millard, Graham eau; the semi-official news agency, Island, B.C.; Sergt, R. Miller, Victoria; are to some extent garbled, while G. G. McWiliiamS, East Vancouver; other pa,ssages bear so little resent-' .T. M. Cai;dwell, Victoria; T. A. Phil-hlance to what Prince JIaximiliau lips, Fernie. B. C. said that they appear to ha\'e been! 'Wounded: PJ'B. Snape, Sooke, B. invented. 1 C; R. Smith. Lethbridge. Tlie Socialist newspapers, the dis-' Machine Guns-Killed in action: patcli continues, are J practically out-! Corp. R. C. Knox, M.M., Victoria, spoken. ' Died of Wounds: F. G. Graham, The Franki.-;che Tages Post of Neur-� Kleskun, lia. enburg. Bavaria, says the emperor! Wj�unded: Corp. R. Wilson, En-musl not think the German people are i sleigh. Alta.; G. AVard. Vancouver; G. goins 10 continue the war tor months ; C/-Can:ion, Kitscoty, AltaaiTived li(;re yesterday tiior-ning with more than L'OOof its. crew I ill. . -f If you were told of a new di.scovcry fortho Ircatuicut of coughB, colds iiiiri li.'onchitis, us certain in its action on all chest trouWeA a.? antitoxin on dii)htheria,or vaccination on stnull-pa.!:, wuttldn't you feel likeeirinc it a trial ? l-'cps i.s file disoorerj-! I'ei>s an: iiHIe ,ti\bletg, containing certain iiicuiciual ingredienl.s. which, when placfMl upon the loncue, immcdi-ttLcly liiiii into vapour, and arc at once bruallifd duwn the air passages to the lung's. (Jri vlieir,journey, they soothe the iuihmcJ and irritated ineuibraneii of the lirunchiul lul>cs, thiJ delicate walls of tlie air passages, and^lluaUy enter andcariy ruliwf and healing tothclunB.s. la a word, while no liquid or solid cau gel ti; Ihu lungs and air passages, these Pops fumes get there direct, and at once commcace Ibeir work of healing. FBEE TRIAL Cut out this ��"'"i"" rmmma^ article, write acrossil the niimeanddateoftbJEpaper, and mail il(with Ic. stamp to pay return poslaKB) to Peps Co., Toronto. A free . trial packet- will then He sent you. All druggists and stores sell Peps, 60c. box. Robert M'ilson, a ineinher of the I.W.VV., is to be exhibited at the VaK- Vo, 1 r/i ~ I per county fair, .Mabatna. A cUarfl� head of 2-year-old steers'; 12 head of 1-year-oid steers; 20 head ot 2 and 3-ycar-old'heifers; 15 head ot 1-year-old heifers; 20 head of calves; BO young pigs; 5 pure-blood Duroc .Jersey boar-I)lgs; GO chickens; 2,'i turkeys; 1 binder; 1 .wagon water tank. 12 barrels; 1 wagon ajid hay stacker; 2 wagons; 1 farm truck with box; 1 set of sleighs; 1 cutter; 1 hay rake, side delivery; a inler-natiopal bull rakes; 1 disk drill; 1 disk; and many other small articles too numerous to mention. 1 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Bull, 3-years-old.. ^ 3 Pure-blood and Registered Shorthorn Cows. terms cash sale starts at 1.00 o'clock sharp ALEX. McLEAN, Auctioneer, Calgary, Alta. chas, freeman, . Owner ;