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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1918 " THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY ilERALD PAGE SEVEI*^ OF COAL IS Ndl WORKABLE YEI I:o\Yer Seams Can't Be Worked at Profit This Generalion,. Say Mining Men ConimonUng on tho'dlBcnvury of low-j er Boara? of coal in Uio l-'mloral Coal j mines, which misht also TinilnvUe the � oily mlneB, Mayor Hardle, who is a. mining onKlneer, atai.e.s lb;/!, wlrlc Din Hfinma might' appear to bo vahiahlo ! Miiimfl, they are ubnoJiitiM.. iniv/orkahio I In compotUfpn with pri.'i-nMt sieanif-', anij does not aiiiinlpAtu liuii t'li-; oil:.- . ' i\iincs would l)H nblo :.o iifnofsi from IliR new seain, oren If it , it woirid ! pay five iniUa of tho city taxes," continued the mayor. Mining Opinion Opinion o� mine exports regarding tlie new seam roiii'.:idc!i with that of Mayor llardio. '.t is common knowledge among mining men in tlii.-i part of the province, that many valuable Boaras imrterlio the present seams, but that thoy are unworkable from a profitable point of view in competition ' with the present scam,,i>eiinl(ls. toothache aod earache. BouaUy aireclive for relie*iD� pwollw JoisU Toronto, Oct. 29.-Absolute freedom of discussion; no cliange in Canada's relations to the Uulted Kingcloni until after full disciisslon by thp Canadian peoples: repeal of the War Times Election act; permanent Doniiiiion-wide prohibition of the manufacture, importation and sain of litiuor; nationalisation of railway, telephone, telegraph and siniilar ntllitie.s and natnr-nl resources to be leased tor -short terms by lyiiblic auction. These were the main planks In the proposed platform of tho United Far-i mers of Ontario, tentatively agreed upon at a meetinfe of execuHve officers held at the headquarters of the organization in this city today. Planks previously adopted by tho Canadian conn, cil of agriculture were re-afflrmed, including sweeping reductions in cus-loTiis, taxation and the substitution of a direct tax on uniniproved land vnl-ues, a sharply graduated InhBrltauce tax on large estates and" a graduated income tax on the profits of corpora-[.Ions with a .special squeeze on waters ed stock. All these matters will, however, como up for review at the nntionul convention to be held in December before final adoption. i CANADIANS HAVE THE MONEY 19H 1917 1938 1914 1917 1918 Total deposits in Caivitlian banks ..$1,003,83^,595 August do........ 1,392,587,080 August do. . .'.---- 1,509,118.382 Savings dpposits in C!;nadiau banks 340,069,908 August do........ 952,591.821 August do........1,014,711,805 Savings deposits increased 51(52,000,-Lpoo during tho time that Canadian public took up .f-iOO,000,000 of AHiltory Loan. The above increase in savings ajid general deposit.s ha.s taken place wh?fe Oanadiana have snb.scrlbed $920,000,-000 to war loans. HUNS SHCRT OF GASOLINE Paris, Oct. 29,-The .German army is suffering from a gasoline famine, says the Matin, At many places the aliles have found trac-tei� in perfect condition which had been a'bandoned through lack ( OSsoUn*. KNOCKS OUT PAIN THE FIRST ROUND __  Comforting relief from pain I makes Sloan's the U^orld's Liniment This faiiioi-K; n-lievcr of rheumatic aches, soreucsf., stiffness, painful sprains, iieuralaiit pains, and most other exten!.il nviiiges that humanity sulTcrs from, enjoys its ,?rcat sales Ijecause it pr.-iciically never fails to bring spficily, coiiiforling rclioi". iitc as good as you can obtain inine country and you will find our prices reasonable. Our City Dyeing & Cleaning Wotrks 418 FIFTH STREET SOUTH PHONE-44^ 79643559 ;