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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, March 1, 1974 Ammunition money sits idle while South Indians argue While Indians in Southern Alberta aigue over 000 in ammunition money, it lies unuSed in the federal treasury An out-of-court settlement reached last year between the government and Treaty 7 Indians provided 000 in back payment for ammunition money promised in the treaty signed m 1877 and a penalty levied on the department of Indian affairs for not honoring ..iat section of the treaty A meeting of representatives from the five tribes in the area held last spring voted to split the money in five equal shares But the meeting was declared invalid because of technicalities, with the Blood and Blackfoot tribes wanting. the money distributed on a per capita basis Coun Percy Smith, of the Peigan band east of Pmcher Creek, says as far as the smaller Treaty 7 tribes Peigans, Sarcee and Stoney are concerned, last spring's settlement remains valid "We'll leave it sit until the Bloods and Blackfoot come to our terms he said in an interview The money cannot be distributed by the federal government until an agreement is signed by the t .nef and council of each of the five tribes Coun Smith said the Blackfoot band is the one pushing a settlement based on per capita distribution "The Bloods are rich anyway, so what's another for them Per capita distribution would give the Peigans the Bloods the Blackfoot the Sarcee and the Stoneys There has been some discussion, particularity on the Saturday is the Final Big Day Of Eaton's 45th Anniversary Sale! 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