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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1918 THAT SON-IN-LAW OF PA'S PAGE THREli By Wellington TM SPR^2,\ r DISTURB VA. BUT rt^t- HAVfe r ASK i-^jjH our ^ER' PoCkEtS-UXSKIN' FE UNEASINESS OF BRITISH CAPITAL -:- 3 govern-iJidht ;thRt '-tlaaada would allow no . cohsorlptronot legitimate investment."' , ::. . I- . � AiSutpected Order. I(;'is belneipointod oufTiowever, that this idecjaration can hfirdiy carry its Intarided raaasurJnR influence so long as' a certain "o'rder-ln-cbuncil," passed liy the Borden government In Marcli of I'Hast year, is no* rosimded, Tais order-^In-couucil, which nas hitherto appar- 1* REPI.IB8 HaTS been received for ibs  dficlaro that for reasons of war it could take over any property, real or personal., or .any factory, mills, machinery, plant, lands, buildings, contract rights, etc., of acy description -whatsoever. Limit to Compensation. Tlio mere declaration of the govcrn-lucut that tho stale required tlio pi-o-perty in uuestion was declared to bo all that was necessary to proving tho right of expropriation. Then follows this significant clause: "In determining or assessing the compensation for (he taking ot sncli land and personal pi'oporly as hereinbefore mentioned or desci-ibed, no allowance ot any percentage or bonus, whether or not customary or usually allowed in expropriation, shajl be made to co;npensato for or to represent elements o� value, loss or damage, whether in proof- or not. In. addition to tho actuil valjle ot the property taken, to tho peraous interested therein at the time o� the vesting thereof in his Majesty, and, moreover, it by the order of the Governor-in-Councii authorizing the taking it bo declared that the compensation which may he allowed for the premises taken or any part thereof shall not exceed nn amount thereby specified (which may bo a nominal sum), then'the right to compensation ot tho persons interested in the premises shall bo accordingly limited so that the compensation recoverable shall not~ exceed tho amount thus apecified." Extreme Poyver Taken. In other words, tho government took authority to override tiie essential provisions ot tho Expropriation Act as passed by. parllahient, and declared that it could, expropriate private property virtually without coni^^l pensatiou, oven though contract rights' and property loss" were proven. The iong-esttibiished function ot tho Exchequer Court. In determining .ju.st compensntion to private parties for property expropriated by the Crown was deliberately abolished. It was made possible, and it is still po.'isible, for instance, tor the government to declare that it is in the^ Interest ot the state to take over th"e whole of Sir Joseph Flavelle's hacon industry and award him therefore only the nominal sum ot one dollar. The poasibllity oC such a weapon in the hands of ^an unscrupulous government during election time in forcing a campaign contribution -from any large corporation may be Imagined. It Is possible that the elipiination of Mr. Rogers from the cabinet and the formation of a Union government prevented a wider exercise of the power taken than was ao-tiiaily attempted to bo.ei^prcisod It may -be noted that tiio Canadian Northern expropriation proposals followed soon afterwards, although in this case the restricted amount to bo.paid was referred to parliament for ratification, and subsequently the arbitration court was asked to fix a valuation, which valuation will doubtless be paid. Repeal Is Aiked, In view of the continuad,eaistence of this order-;ln-council, tiie'necosBity .for which has never been explained, it is consequently, perhaps, not to te Wondered at that British and American Investors are. under all the circumstances, asking for Its repeal bplore entrustin'k their capital to the mercy and,good totth ot tho Canadian govern' inent., � .  > > ? ? ? ? adl03 Orcliostra; Glenn Wells Com-pny and tho Kaffir Boys Choir. What a galaxy of lecturers came. Think of it. There were Capt. Woods Briggs, Dr. Salem Bland. Sgt. Arthur Gibbons, .Tulius Ceasar Nayphe, Dr. Y. MinakuchI and J. C. Ilerbsman, ,T. II. Balmor, Leila M. Bloomllcld. They gave of their wisdom, their humor, their learning, their e.xperIonces and of their hearts. Everyone ot them was saturated with patriotism. Blairmore is tho better of their coming and has signed up for another year. A couple'of families of Coleman did the right thing .this year. They came down with their tents and camped beside the big Chautauqua tent, all attended tlie sessions during the week. They consider that they had a splendid holiday time. W'e agree with them. Dr. Y. Minakuchi addressed the congregation of the Union church on Sunday evening, much to tho edification and delight of tile large audience that was present to hear him. Our Chief of Police had quite an adventure on Saturday evening. .� man somewhat intoxicated was making considerable noise at the oast end of town . The chief proceeded to arrest him, but in the attempt was hit on the head with' the butt of his as aailant's revolver. Tho assailant Js now out on $2000.00 bail. Capt. Verge who was visiting here for a few weeks went to Warner on Sunday night. The Misses Patterson and Comfort went to Calgary Sunday evening. They will attend the Normal School this coming session. Sidney Sargent has returned from the prairie where he has been farming during the spring and summer and,is now at work for the McLaren Lumber Co. Miss 'Violet Sargent has gone to Lethbridgo to take training at the Lethbrldge hospital. Mr. Fred Paton and Mr. Vencil Ruzicka were elected members of the Frank School Board yesterday. Miss Robertson ot Edmonton is in Frank today on a mission from tho government. Machinery and Tractor Repairs OF ALL KINDS CylinderR reborcd and refitted with new pistons, Oears and grates for all popular makes of engines. ClCischel LesM* of \hp Lethbridfle Iron , Works. Watch Friday's Herald for partlc ttlars of Short Notice Auction Sale. �Waddlngton's Auction Rooms.-Advt, .DUTCH STEAMER SUNK. Chrlstianla. Aug. 21.--The Dutch steamer Gaaconier) operated by the Belgian Relief Commission and en route from Now York to Rotterdam, with flour, struck a, mine In the North Sea, caught lire, and sank; Six lives wero lost.- A guard ship took the aur' vivors to Haugesund, on tho west coast ot Norway. The Oasconior Is Hated as a Delgian Btoamor. but formerly was under the Dutch flag and at the tinw bore the name of Fruithandel. She wan built at West Hartlepool, England, in 1900, and was 323 feet long, with a beam of 47 feet and^a deptli of 23 foot. She was owned by the Royal Beige, ot Antwerp, Watch Friday's Herald tor particulars of Short Notice Auction Sale, Waddlngton's AucUloa  ItoomB,-AUvU ONEFOUR NEWS XFroTTi Our Own Correspondent) One-Pour, Aug. 19.-We are getting some rain now but more Is needed to make plowing good. Misses E. Lindsay and Emma Duncan went out Friday for a visit with friends at New Dayton. Mi'iBs Lindsay will meet her brother William Lindsay of Los Angeles at Calgarj'. D. N. Current.has been entertaining his sister and hia family from Michigan last week. They expect to start, for  home again.. today. William Hunter of One-Four has taken over the livery and feed stabi� at Manyberries and will devote his personal attentilon to the venture. J.. J. Robertson and J. H. Maynar'd were over front the Q ranch yesterday for a Sunday visit at honiel Harvest has commenced with mowers and binders equipped with bunch-ers, flax attachments, etc., but nobody has attempted the use ot tlio knottor. Watch Friday's Herald for partio ulars ot Short Notice Auction Sale. Waddlngton's Auctllon Rooms.-Advt. CANADIAN CASUALTIES IN RECENT FIGHTING 6,000 '> > ? Avenud S. TENDERS Tenders will be received by the undersigned for the delivering ot 7oal to the employees of the Gait MinejJ. Coal being delivered both from No. fi-mine and from the High Line. Each tender to state price per ton for delivery of same. Tenders to be in not later than Sat-urday^ August 24lh, lOlS. (Sgd.) CHAS. PEACOCK, Secrefar.v-Treaaurer L. U. 574, - .. U. M. W. of A. Ad K TENDERS Tenders wanted for tho building ot a frame meeting house, sizo 40x80, basement work practically all in. Plans and speciflcatlons can be seen at Hill Spring, Alta., by applying to \ let me -introduce you to Mr. Buyer 327 11th St. 8., > Lethbridga Phone 1(92 Geo. P. Mr AUCTIONEER DRAYING Of All Kinds WcsterntransfcrCo� LUnltod O �, p. R. Pr�l�M Skt* rHONU fllM (......Ino tabiM .......... 1M� Nursing Mission PURE FRESH milk Prom tuberoulosla-toated cowa ^Anyone requiring auch milk fo^ bablea may do bo dally. The niilk is free to ttaoao who cannot pay tor it, and at coat to tUbse wlio can. THE ROY ELECTRIC Klectrlcal Contracting ot all kinds. Agents for the World Famous Deico Light Country wiring a specialty. 618 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 AUCTIONEER Long; experience in stock and. farm machinery. Sales conduct' ed In any part ot Alberta. P.LAVALLEY COALDALE, ALBERTA' For Dates and Ratea Call Thi� Dowsley Land Agency, Loth-bridge. Phone 1809 L A. H. Roosa We meet all trafna Day and Night. See ua at Depot, or Phone 186) mf- PHONE 733 FOR THE 0. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery 817 Third Ave. FARM LABOR (THE PROVINCIAL DEPART. � MENT OF AGRICULTURE .HAS OPENED A T^. bureau !?v � >. IN THE r^V'^lt BOARD OF TRADE Offices UETHBRIDGE To secure and distribute farm k labor. Farmers Wishing to secure - p help should apply inrtmediately ' to MR. J. A. WEIR, who has charge of this free service. PHONE 1603 W Freel & Elliott I; Sheet Metal Works lExpert Hot Air Furnacti 'V-. y/ork .1. . jPhons 1713 130 6th St ft, , .Lethbridga. Alberta .^f^ . SPENCE'S AUTO LIVERY NIGHT. JRAIN ok HOSPITAL' CALLS, LETHBRIOGE HOTEL; CLOSED CAI^ : PHONE 1324 Rehable Shoe Repairs JHE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP. H. LANQLEY. Prop. 408 i2nd Aye. S. Pbone 1734 Next Fire Hall ^1^' DONT THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFKER 1/ ''PleaaenoHr^KV SecV Veterans' CIuV Phone 372 1 ......I J ;