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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AUGUST THAT SdNINLAW OF PAS TUB OAflLT PAGE Tfffifel By Wellington HIGH CAPITAL financial 1 Canadian credit has been seriously damaged abroad by the blindness and rapacity of the public ownership ad vocates who see no sanctity in an agreement and have no respect for rights ot invested The Meck projects and the conflacatory legislation arising ont of them may yet cause the withdrawal of British from Canada to such an extent as to cripple industry The Financial Post has given warn ing repeatedly if tho dangprons tendency to override to nullify to to to make capital a foot ball for the i allowed further the results will he ser ious Evidences of the un easiness among investors in Great Britain havo been given but a de npatch in the Toronto Globe of shows how widespread this feeling of has The which is shows that British capital has beea suffi ciently alarmed to confront the Cana dian cabinet ministers now in England vauiliwv squarely with the issue ami to de mand positive The it is will be that the ministers will realize the gravity of the situa tion and return to Canada determined to check what the Globe correspon dent has called the Bolshevik ten dency Canadian ministers to Great Britain and their conferences with British in ivestors regarding the governments plans for railway nationalization and a postwar influx of British capital to have disclosed acertain feel of uneasiness there as to a pos Wlble Bolshevik tendency in Security for private contracts and in vestments in Canada against any fed eral or provincial governmental public Ownership or expropriation onslaught Bias been put up to the Canadian ministers by the British whose fears seem to have been arous by the railway nationalization pro Imosals in the special fixation and the other evidences of expropriating for the peoplo the jrults of private This uneasiness ot capital as to fur ther investment in Canada be due only to an unjustified ecare over newspaper reports of public ownership proposals in connec tion with railway and power compan but it is nevertheless a fac tor in the solution of Canadas present and future financial and during their rtay in London the Can adian wore oblige to give public reassurance that Canada would keep faith wim those who invested their money Arthur Melg while in gave A positive declaration on behalf of tlis govern ment iihfit allow no cofaorlptfori of legitimate inveat ASuspected Kls lielngU6Jnied that can hardly carry its intended reassuring influence so long asa certain by the Borden government in March of jlast is not Tills order which nas hitherto appar ently escaped notice or comment in gives suthority to gov ernment to adopt the most extreme in so far as tho arbi trary expropriation of private property compensation is British and apparently know of On March whiles Rob ert Rogers was still a foremost mem ber of the and when a general election was seen to io im an orderincouncil was pass under authority of the War Meah uros amending the Expropriation Act It was recited that the govern ment had power tirteclaro that for reasons of war could take over any real or or any lands contract of description Limit to The mere declaration of the govern ment that tho state required tho pro perty in question was declared to be all that was necessary to proving I no right of Then follows this significant Clause In determining or assessing the compensation for the taking ot such land and personal property as heie inbefore mentioned or no allowance of any percentage or bonus whether or not customary or usually allowed in shajl be made to compensate for or to represent elements of loss or whether in proof or la addition to the actual value of the property to the persons interested there in at the time of the vesting thereof in his Majesty if by the order of the GovernorinCouncil authorizing the taking it be declared that the compensation which may oe allowed for the premises taken or any part thereof shall not exceed an amount thereby be a nominal then the right to compensation of the persons interest ed in the premises shall be accordingly limited so that the compensation re shall not exceed tUo amount thus Extreme Power In other the government took authority to override the essen tial provisions of the Expropriation V nnri ft THE CHAMP REPLIES Hare been received for ibe following numbers and are waiting to be called tial provisions of the Expropriation Actas passed and de that it expropriate pri vate property virtually without contl even though contract rights and property were The longestablished function of the Ex chequer In determining Just compensation to private parties for property expropriated by the Crown was deliberately It was made and it is still for for the government to de clare that it is in the interest of the state to take over tlie whole of bir Joseph Flavelles bacon industry and award him therefore only the nominal sum of one The possibility of such a weapon in the hands of unscrupulous government during elec tion time in forcing a campaign con tribution from any larga corporation may be It is possible that the elimination of Rogers from the cabinet and the formation of a Union government prevented a wider exer cise of the power taken than was ac tually attempted to be It may be noted that the Canadian Northern expropriation proposals fol lowed soon although in this case the restricted amount to was referred to parliament for ratifi and subsequently the arbitra tion court was asked to fix a valua which valuation will doubtless be Repeal Is la view of the existence of this the necessity for which has never been it is not to toe wondered at that British and American investors under all the circum asking tor its repeal bpfore entrusting their capital to the mercy good faith ot tho Canadian govern From Our Own corrcaconflnnO has come and What a wonder ful week we have What enchant ing music was rendered by the War wick Male Quartette Guilotta Trio Hampton Court Singers Chicago Ladies Orchestra Glenn Wells Com pny and tho Kaffir Boys What a galaxy of Think Of it Tliere were Woods Salem Arthur Gib Julius Ceasar Minakuchi ami Leila They gave of their their their their experiences and of their Everyone of them was saturated with Blairmore is the better of their com ing and has signed up for another A coupleof families of the right thing They came down with their tents and camped be side the big Chautauqua all at tended the sessions during the They consider that they had a splen dtd holiday We agree with Dr Minakuchi addressed the congregation Of the Union church on Sunday much to the edifica tion and delight of life large audience that wus present to hear Our Chief of Police had quite an adventure on Saturday A man somewhat intoxicated was mak ing considerable noise at the east end of town The chief proceeded to ar rest but in tfie attempt was hit on the head with the butt of his as sailants The assailant Js now out on Verge who was visiting here for a few weeks went to Warner on Sunday The Misses Patterson and Comfort went to Calgary Sunday they will attend the Normal School this coming Sidney Sargent has returned from the prairie where he has been farming during the spring and summer now at work for the McLaren Lumber Miss Violet Sargent has gone to Lethbridge to take training at the Lethbrldge Fred Patou and Vencil Ruzicka were elected members of the Prank School Board Miss Robertson of Edmonton is in Prank today on a mission from the CANADIAN CASUALTIES IN RECENT FIGHTING x Q f casualties sustained in the fighting tn whirh tho corps has recently participated to its further honor and glory are do dared to bo surprisingly ItIs estimated that they total between five and Mx and are less than the prisoners Viewed from the standpoint of tliu importance of ft the gains mado and prisoners and booty they in lighter by far than any sustained by tho Canadian troops in any former engage ment of The ex tensive use of tanks is believ ed to be largely responsible for Fdr the second battle of Yprcs may be which cost the first Canadian division alone casualties the taking ot Vimy where casualties were sustained where losses totalled Hill where the Canadian loSses were 080 and Passchendale in the taking of which last aut umn the heavy total of casualties WUH MAJOR BULL IS KILLED IN ACTION Jeffrey has been killed in action to a cable received today By his While Major Bull was in England get ting his about a month he wus offered a colonelcy in the Am eVican army but In England he became the Liberal candidate for the constituency of WestonSupor Major Duncan Bull and Bartlett all of Bramp are TENDERS Tenders wanted for the building of a frame meeting size basement work practically all Plans and specifications can be seen at Hill by applying to All bids to be in by The committee reserves tho right to reject any or all Certi fied check ot 10 per must1 accom pany the Ad TENDERS Tenders will be received by the un dersigned for the delivering of to the employees of the Gait being delivered both from 6mine and from the High Each tendei to state price per ton for delivery of Tenders to be in not later than Sat urday August SecretaryTreasurer Ad K Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING 1892 710 fifth DOWNED THREE HUNS IN TWENTY SECONDS Lieutenant Rene the French who shot down three German air planes August as announced accounted for all ttiree of them in the record breaking of 20 J Are University of Maiitoba i WINNIPEG Offers a course leading to the Degree of Doctor of with facilities for Clinical Work in connection with Winnipeg General Hospitals that are sur passed in few Medical Schools on the Continent arid Also courses in Agriculture and Home For information as to Terms Details of apply to i University of AUTO LIVERY courteous Cars suitable for any Special rates to steady custom ers or long Phones Day 1448 Night 787 ONEFOTJR NEWS Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS Cylinders rebored and refitted witb new Gears and grates for all popular makes of of Lsthbridye Iron Watch Fridays Herald for partic ulars of Short Notice Auction WaddlngtonB Auctllon DUTCH STEAMER Dutch steamer Gasconier operated by the Belgian Relief Commission and en route from New York to with struck mine in the North caught and Six lives were A guard ship took the sur vivors to oo the west coast of The Gasconlar is listed as a Belgian but formerly was under the Dutch flag and ut the tinitt bore the name of She was built at West in and was 323 feet with a beam of 47 feot depth of 22 She was owned by the Royal of An Watch Fridays Herald for partlc ulars of Short Notice Auction Waddiustoua From Our Own Correspondent are getting some rain now but more is needed to make plowing Misses Lindsay and Emma Dun can went out Friday for a visit with friends at New MUss Lindsay will meet her broth er William Lindsay of Los Angeles at been entertaining his sister and his family from Michi gan last They expect to start for home again William Hunter of OnePour has taken over the livery and feed stabiw at Manyberrles and will devote his personal attention to the Robertson and Maynard were over from the Q ranch yester day for a Sunday visit at horned Harvest has commenced with mow ers and binders equipped with bunch flax but no body has attempted the use of the Watch Fridays Herald for partic ulars of Short Notice Auction Waddingtons Auction Sight is the only special sense which we use constantly except during Perfect eyes see without The imperfect ones are constantly under muscular Is it any wonder eye strain is so hurtful How are your eyes Consultation Satisfaction HENDERSON EYE SPECIALIST AT WRIGHTS JEWELRY STORE SMALL BUNCH CATTLE FOR SALE PRICE COUSINS Tractor Repairs We specialize in gas tractor and fitting oversize pistons and We have in stock at present oversize pistons for ail popular makes of gas Ford Engines Rebored NIVEN 216 1st Phone 1732 Phone 1619 Box 806 CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS EVERYTHING IN ACCOUNTING r SYSTEMS INCOME TAX BUSINESS TAX FINANCIAL RITCHIE PATEfeSON AND COMPANY Successors to Reid and Rooms 56 Acadia 612 Third NOSE AND THROAT SPECIALIST Office rooms 121122 New Burns Corner 8th and 2nd Office Phone M2848 Residence Phone M2077 Interne and House Manhattan Nose and Throat New York Specialist to Calgary School Board 1 let me introduce you to Buyer Porter AUCTIONEER 327 11th DRAYING Of All Kinii Limited PrtlfM 1 Nursing Mission PURE FRESH MILK From tuberculosistested cows tAnyone requiring such milk forbabies may do to The milk is free to those who cannot pay for and at cost to those who THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting of all Agents for JVorld Famous Delco Light Country wiring a 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Long experience in stock farm Sales conduct ed in any part of ALBERTA For Dates and Rates Call The Dowsley Land Lsth Phone 1809 L Roosa Transfer all trains Day and 8tt us at or Phone 1869 FARM LABOR THE PROVINCIAL DEPART MENT OP AGRICULTURE OPENED BUREAU IN THE f BOARD OF TRADE 6FFICES i UETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute Farmers wishing to securer help should Immediately to who charge of this free PHONE 1603 i freel Elliott Sheet Mild Worki ft Expert Hot Air Furnace 1713 130 6th 8t SPENCES AUTO LIVERY JRAIN Oh HOSPITAL LETHBRIDGE CLOSED CAR PHONE 1324 Reliable Shoe Repairs THE CITY BOOT AND 8HOB REPAIR i 408 2nd Phone 1714 Next Fire Hall DONT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Pleaaenotify Stcy Veterwu Club Phone 372 ;