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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, KOVEHBEH 30, 1918 t TI1E LETl'lliUlDGE DAILY HERALD 'fTv" NINE OTTAWA, Nov. of cas- ol inoro Ihau In- cluding, It Is understood, several mat- tort arising out of tho Inrulnatlnn of 1 be war, will engage the attention ot (ho efeiequor court ot Canada, nur. Ing Ihe'uew months. of the most Important of'those, eiproprlatlon proceedings of whlcb notice has beon given by the Domin- ion government, In connection w'tn Uie taahiB over ot tlio Halifax Grav- ing Tho government In lla case IB asking Iho exchequer court lo (ll tbe value ot tlio Graving Dock anii iaudu at a Bum not oxoiodlng Tlio Graving Dock company lian not filed Us defense, but It Is understood that Iho claim will be advanced lhat the value ol Iho Graving Dock Is an amount greatly In excess ot Iho valuo placed upon It by tlio government, The bljeest case to come before the cichoijucr court In the near fu- ture, however, Is Iho claim of Sir Charles Boss [or an amount cxcecd- llnl tiSOOO.OCKI lor tlio taking over ot the floss niflo factory al Quebec and Incidental damages In conuectljn master Uaiieml'E Department has com- menced lo dlspono of equipment and: supplies. Tlia first salo ct lioracs on Saturday wan a success. Llflit horses avoraued >250 each, and horses The highest prko obtained lor my of Hie heavy horaos waa The horses offered wero among the boat seen at.Adrlsts' famous Btabloa for years, and given Cana- dian lionee a big reputation here. All Ihono sold were originally purchased In Western Canada In ISlii at an aver- age cost ol less tlian J100 hy Geoeral Mellae and Colonel Fry. Other lots ot Canadian liorsc.l will be Bold Mils week, with further wetkly lor bomo lime. Tlio llrllleli military aulliorltlcs will also start dis- posing o( tlielr torses shortly by pub- lic auction. In franco :ilone lha I'.rlt- Ish urinlc9 IIDVO over Returned Soldier Commission .Secretaries Will Meet in Ot lawa Next Week OTTAWA, Nov. depart raent cf soldiers' re-eslaWlshmenl called a meeting of the sccrclarlOB o all llio provincial returned poldlc: ll> be held U'.tawa SJi urinica nuvo over commissions 10 m.iu w I'rlccs ure expected lo Biuinn, owing jionilay and Tuesday, December Aid Kcsolulions on Varied Subjects for Sold- iers Ncnr Home Resolutions which warded by variou have In tils connection tho Interest state- ment wan made that II was Iho lion ol tho government to have the eicheoiier courl fli'lhe amount lo Sir Charles Is entitled, but the Wter'forestalled HID gdvernraonl'6 'contemplated action by filling a posi- tion of right with Ihe secretary of elate the effect of which will bo that the government will be the dofend- anl In Iho case. This case has not yet formally reached the exchequer courl the necessary fiat having not yet -been Issued hy Iho secretary of stale who acts on the advice of the minister, ol OUR ARMY HORSED ATpR.m to Iho great number of horses to aol-J, null! a horse can he obtain- eil for or even less. The Canadi- ans are sceklue'to dispose as many as possible before Iho market becomes glutted. It Is possible thill the Allies will pool oilier supplies generally, and dispose of them gradually. YOUNG LONDON PAYS HOMAGE TO PRINCESS of the Associated I'rinccsa Tsi anlna, a real American lied ludlan princess, has arrived, In Ixmdon, and all the llltlo boys In the neighborhood of her hotel are tremendously eicii- cd. Tliey form an awe-gripped re- tinue tor her whenever she takes a hi-cn for f [ho Un Anlmali Brin Bought at ?150 In Canada Double Sum at Auction walk, following at n respectful dls lance with worshipful eyes. They have found oul that tho daughter of mother anil lhat her father is a member of the Muskogee tribe. Their Imaginations are fired by the princess' buffalo rolie. her moccasins ot soil cherry-colored skin, her iiecklaco of b'uflalo bone, which was presented loWr by In- illnus as a lokcn of affection, and her fillet of from Ilia p oughly. Her mission In Europe-Is lo B.ng Indian sonss [o Indian Irouiia, of whom lliero are aboul In France, ranging troin privates lo ma- jors. 3rd. The meeting has been call- ed for tlit) purpose ol discussing the new relations between Iho department of soldiers' civil re-establishment and 'lie provincial returned holder's com- missions, which are created hy demob- ilization. The cnienllon of employ, mcnt and oilier allied problems will be under discussion. The secretaries will be met by Sir James l.ougbced, the minister; by Uonl.-Cul. ilngb Clark, the parlia- mentary secretary; Lieut-Col. P. P. Ccaloy, ilepufy minister, and others especially Interested in the subjects in come under discussion. Among them will be Major L. L Aulhes, who has been appointed dlrec lor of Iho now demobilization branch formed by Ihe department ot soldiers civil rc-cstabllshinenl. Ited t'arniorfi of Alberta lo the L'en- Irnl Office for suliiulsslon lo the an nual convention in January' neit ID elude the following: Land For Soldiers That this local KO on record as ad Lake Winning- ton, "Alberta. That we ask Iho U. G. u. 10 open Buch a wholesale nlore in the Immedi- ate future In Calgary lo sell lo local l.ocal, Oyen, Alberta. That we request the Provincial gov- ernment lo investigate Iho municipal abattoirs ol Australia, also otiier attolra with the end In view ol keeping ho ideal between Iho producer anil Rodney Local, Crossfield Alberta. That Ihe Union go on record as uc .IB In favor of elevators being coin jelled to clean out foul and noslou: materials out ot all grains sold fo feed or seed to farmers and lhat op- eralora bo prohibited from requiring farmera lo sign away their rights and thus freeing the elevator ol all re- Matlnasln Local, Mas- Inasln, Alberla. nequesl ILo U. F. A. Hoard of Dlrcc- lors lo consider tho ndvlsablllly ol re- arranging tbe boundaries of their con- stituencies, and present resolutions vocatlng and urging Iho Thnt wo ask parliament V> pass a] aw lhat tako from Iho governor- cneral pOn-er to rcpcsl by irdor-ln- ouncll an act of acres Ixjcal, Ojcn, Alherta. Venereal Dlieaces Thai venereal diseases should made reuorlable, and como under leallh regulations, Iho aamo as olher .nlecllous diseases. I'urlher lhat patients sulfcrlng from syphilis should he Induced to undergo three ysarb' treatment, llioso euffer, [ng from gonorrhea one ytar's treat should accompany an appllctllM IT marriage Hill Lo- cal, fort Saskatchewan, Offences Agilnlt Women Unsolved that In cases of rajs', ajt of consent be sixteen yean. Further In cases of criminal SMW- lion Ihe age be between ud, twenty-one years, with or without K9'' raise of marriage, with n maJrJuM penalty of tlvo years' Further, seduction ot women twenty-one years of ago with proalM of marriage be. punished wilt two Hill cnl years' Further thai a clean hill ot health I Local, Fort Saskatchewan, AJberU, cmhodying necessary amendments to RUSSIAN 'CURRENCY LONDON, Nov. Ilritaln has decided lo assist government of Russia by csloblisn- Ing a new rouble currency al a fixed rain ot exchange of 40 roubles to round sterling. Money Ihus re as a loxcn 01 auutuuu, round sterling. Money inus re- [lllet of Indian beadwork. Far celm] will be deposited in Ihe Bank resenting this youthful BS all uoalienablc reserve irlnccss BCCUIS lo euloy it llior- (g cnsurc lnn_ convertibility of Flus lir lan notes injo sterling al Iho obovo (lato. Brlno Double Sum at Auction i Brought up-by irtllo people anil Special Cable' from the Montreal Oa- Iho possessor ol a line vo.co "hlch lllv. jhas heen well tra.._ r- anlna Is regarded by I as an Interesting prodiicl of tho 20lh century America. The princess deprc cales wild west shows and wild we- movies, which she say ivlld wes FARM IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE lomo neighborhoods. And be It further resolved lhat rep- .__enl lo purchase outrighl such avail- j able lands, or vacant and held by speculators, railroads or other cor- porations and locale Ihese deserving boys under homesteaii or otlior rea- sonable conditions. This petition bo- Ing understood lo apply to bona fide farmers >vho have and Intend to make farming their chosen side Local, iJlcomue, Alberla. Thnt we usk tli'i Dominion Govern- ment to commandeer wild lands held >y speculators al prices paid by these arlies for same, and open them for ettlement by returned veterans. Local, Oyen, Alberla, Protect Against Tariffs That tills association take iminedl to steps lo elecl a delegation lo pro- ceed lo Oltn-wa In conjunction with be fafmerR' associations in Iho other irovlnces, to protest against any In- crease In the tariff, and be It further- more resolved thai each local lake up ibis matter and endeavor to ob- laiu a petition of 100% strong, such petition to he taken to Oliawa by tbe, delegation In support of their appeal. Local. Alberta. That Ihe convention here assembled, placo Itself on record as ordering a general strike of all farmers belong- ing to Ihe Union until sucb time as Iho government see's 111 lo remove the du- oil all firm ence Local, Zetland, Alberts. Regulate Proflti nesofed'thlt.'lt IB Uie opinion ol his Local ibalHhe government should nvcsllgate th'e profits of 'mine opera- ors and regulate them by a sharply graduated Income, Local, That a profit be filed on tbe sub- stitutes for wKeal flour and not leave the' cBnsumefs-at the 'mercy ot the- Local, Colinlon,