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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBIUDGE DAlLT HERALD GRAM DOCK IS CAUSE OF ACTION of caa of more than ordinary In It Is several mat ters arising out of the termination of fhe will engage the attention of ihe eicheqnor court ot Ing the new ot the most Important these ts eiproprlatlon proceedings of which notice has been given by tho Domin ion in connection wth over of the Halifax Grav ing Tho government in its case is asking the exchequer court to the value of tho Graving Dock and lands at a sum not exceeding Tho Graving Dock company lias not filed Us but It Is understood that tho claim will bo advanced that the value of the Graving Dock is an amount greatly In excess of tho value placed upon It by the The biggest case to como before 1he exchequer court in the near fu is the claim of Sir Charles Ross for an amount exceed ing for the taking over Of tho Ross Rifle factory at Quebec and incidental damages in connection In this connection the Interest state ment was made that was the intea tion of the government to have the court fix the amount to Sir Charles Is but the flatter forestalled the governments Contemplated action by filling a posi tion of right with the secretary of state the effect of which will be the government will be tho defend ant In tho Tliis case has not yet formally reached the exchequer the necessary flat having not yet been Issued by the secretary of state who acts on the advice of the minister of OUR ARMY masterGenerals Department has com menced to dispose of equipment and The first sale of horses on Saturday WOH a Light horses averaged and horses The highest price obtained for any of tho heavy horses was The horses offered were among tho belt seen at Adrlges fiunous stables for and thejrhave given Cana dian a big reputation All those sold wore originally purchased In Western Canada In Ifllfi at an aver age cost ot less than by General McRae and Colonel Other of Canadian horses will be sold this with further sales weekly for some Tins British military authorities will also start dis posing ot their horses shortly hy pub lic in Franco alone the llrlt Ish armies have over Prices expected to owing to the groat number of horses to ho until a good horse can he obtain ed for or even Tho Canadi ans are seeking to dispose of IIH many as possible before the market becomes It is possible that tho Allies will pool other supplies and dispose of them Returned Soldier Commission Secretaries Will Meet in Ot tawa Next Week Animals Bought at In Canada Bring Double Sum at Auction Special Cable from the Montreal Ga lettes London Canadian Quarter YOUNG LONDON PAYS HOMAGE TO PRINCESS Correspondence of the Associated Princess Tsi a real American Red Indian has In and all the little boys In the neighborhood of her hotel are tremendously excit They form an Awegripped re tinue for her whenever she takes a following at a respectful dis tance with worshipful They have found out that she Is the daughter of a Cherokee mother and that her father is a member of the Muskogee Their Imaginations are fired by the princess buffalo her moccasins of soft cherrycolored her necklace of buffalo which was presented to her by In dians as a token of and her fillet of Indian Far from resenting this youthful the princess seems to enjoy it thor Her mission in Europeis to sing Indian songs to Indian of there are about in ranging from privates to ma Brought up by wliite people and the possessor of a fine voice which has been well Princess Tsi anina is regarded by the British press depart ment of soldiers reestablishment has called a meeting of the secretaries of ail tho provincial returned soldier commissions to lie held in Ottawa on Monday and December 2nd and Tho meeting has been call ed for the purpose of discussing tho now relations between Die department of soldiers civil reestablishment and the provincial returned soldiers com which are created by demob The question of employ mcnt and other allied problems will bo tinder The secretaries will be met by Sir James the minister by Hugh the parlia mentary secretary deputy and others especially interested in tho subjects to como under Among them will be Major who has been appointed direc tor of the new demobilization branch formed by tho department of soldiers civil CONVENTION on Varied Subjects for Sold iers Near Home RUSSIAN CURRENCY Britain has decided to assist government of Russia by establlsh i ing a new rouble currency at a fixed rate ot exchange of 40 roubles to one pound Money thus re ceived will be deposited in the Bank of England as an unalienable reserve I to ensure thrs convertibility of Rus man notes into sterling at the above as an interesting product of tho 20th century The princess depre cates wild west shows and wild west which she says have given Europeans an entirely Wrong idea of her AUCTION SALE LIVE STOCK FARM IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE EAST OF 5 AT 12 OCLOCK SHARP IMPLEMENTS 1 Grey age 7 weight about 1700 1 Sorrel age 8 weight about 1400 1 Sorrel age 5 welflht about 1300 1 Bay age 6 weight about 1700 1 Black age 10 weight about 1000 1 Bay 10 weight about 1100 1 Grey Filly coming 3 1 Black coming 2 1 Bay Filly 6 months I Bay Gelding 6 1 Black Gelding 6 months 3 expected to calve next spring 2 Spring C 1 Gas type C 20 1 with 4 breaker 3 Gas Drums and 1 Oil 1 8foot Frost Wood 1 Monitor Drill with 1 Frost A Wood 1 Hay 1 2Horse Potato 1 2horse two row 1 4horse Dowden Potato 1 Disc 1 1horse 1 Sulky 1 Walking 1 Lever 1 Magnet Cream 1 1 1 Wagon 1 Spring 1 v 2 capacity bushels Harness and other things too numerous to men All machinery is new olnearly TERMS CASH All will be sold without reserve as Rozier has purchased a ranch and is going into the purebred stock I ROZIER Proprietor PORTER Auctioneer Resolutions which have been for warded by various of the Un ited Farmers of Alberta to the Cen tral Office for submission to the an nual convention in January next in clude the following Land For Soldiers That this local KS on record as ad vocating and Btrongly urging the Government to niiike every to locate returned soldiers in their own home And be it further resolved rep resentations be mndo to tho govern ment to purchase outright such avail ble or vacant and held by railroads or other cor orations and locate these deserving oys under homestead or other rea enable This petition ba ng understood to apply to bona Jlcle armers who have and intend to make jrming their chosen ide That we ask the Dominion Govern ment to commandeer wild lands held ly speculators at prices paid by these for and open them lor ettlement by returned ralracrea Protect Against Tariffs That this association take immedi ate steps to elect a delegation to pro ceed to Ottawa in conjunction with farmers associations in the other to protest against any in crease in the and be it further nore resolved that each local take up this matter and endeavor to ob tain a petition of 100 such petition to be taken to Ottawa by the delegation In support of their Ardenode That the convention here place Itself on record as ordering a general strike of all farmers belong ing to the Union until such time as the government sees fit to remove the du ties off all firm ence Resolved It IB the opinion of this Local thai the government should investigate the profits ot mine opera tors and regulate them by a sharply graduated Income Local frV That a profit be fixed on the sub stitutes for wheat flour and not leave the consumers at the mercy of the That we ask the Dominion Govern mdnt to appoint a commission to in vestigate the pSfits of all companies doing busmessjn Local That we maKe ajsupreme effort to get all farmersinto bur unions and unite all the different farmers organ izations into one national and if ne cessary BO as to he in a position to say what the price of farm products shall acres That the Legialattfra of Alberta en act a law to make the purchase of farm produce on any other basis than caah Defective Cattle That the government be asked to have the Railway Act go amended that the present style of guards will be declared illegal thereby forcing the railway companies to install guards that will turn That the government be asked to have the Railway Act so amended that the Railway Companies will be made responsible for any damage caused to any stock within their That the Department of Ot be asked to send out an impar tial inspector to report on these con ditions and to secure pay for stock that has been Anne Lac Bulls at Large That the proprietor of any bull run ning at large may be notified by any and if the animal is not taken up within twelve hours a fine of twen tyfive dollars be inflicted for the first On the commission of a second of fence the owner to bo considered as incapable of keeping ft his bull to be handed over to the care of a person considered fit to keep it for a period of twelve calendar charges to be paid by the Blackfoot That this association make strong representations to the Provincial gov ernment with a view to making it ne cessary by law that all companies writing hail insurance should adjust any damage at least within ten days ot such damage Tluit we request the Provincial gov ernment to investigate the method carried out in Montana and North i Dakota in destroying gophers and bring about some similar system for the Sexton Creek That we ask our to make all Victory Bonds legal tender for all public and Faiiacros That wo petition the government to amend the law relating to chattel i mortgages to enable banks to take a lien note ou stock for security in or der to save expensive registration and Springs Picture i That the United Farmers of Alberta petition the Alberta Legislature to amend the laws of the province so aa to allow lualified chiropractors to ad minister their treatment under proper That we ask the government tu pass a law will compel owners of liv and feed bams to build standard Lake Wlnnlng That we ask the to opnn such a wholesale store in tho Immedi ate future in Calgary to sell to locnl That we request the Provincial ROV nrnment to investigate the municipal abattoirs of also ab attoirs with the end in view of keeping the meat between tho producer nml That the Union BO on record as lin ing in favor of elovatorw being com pelled to clean out foul and noxious materials out of all grains sold for feed or seed to farmers ami that op erators bo prohibited from requiring farmers to sign away rights and thus freeing the elevator of nil re Mas Request the Hoard of Direc tors to consider the advisability of re arranging the boundaries of their con and present resolutions embodying necessary amendments to tho constitution to the next annual i That ask the Federal govern ment to build the Red Deer and Calgary line of the as soon as possible after the Rodney That the United Farmers of Alberta do petition the Dominion government not to enter any agreement compact or now or in the fu with any sect of either domiciled in the country or about to come into the where By they would be exempt from mili tary service in times of national per or given any other privilege bat is not extended to all mont That we aak parliament to pass a law that will take from governor general power to repeal by ordorin councll an net of acres Venereal Diseases venereal diseases should be made and come under the health the same as other infectious Further that patients suffering from syphilis should Induced to undergo years those suffer ing from gonorrhea one years treat Further that a clean bill of health NINE should accompany an tn it Hill 1 Offences Women Resolved thai In cases of of consent be sixteen Further In cases of criminal NflMj tion the age be between MM twentyone with or Without fTJv mlse of with r penalty of five Boars lit seduction of women twentyone years of Bge with prMBlM of marriage be punished with JJTO years Hill Fort HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR The Hudsons Bay is giving away a Victory Bond for the nearest AUCTION SALE OF Farm Household etc I hare been favored with inrtructioM from Hopkins to tell by public auction at 2nd AT 2 OCLOCK One matched team bay five and six years weigM about pounds one saddle seven years milch two heavy and boxes complete one set buggy one saddle and one one Home Comfort fourhole cooking one Bell one Edison Phonograph and beds and other articles too numerous to mention one fur ow threeroomed 60foot j TERMS CASH Also one sixroomed GEORGE PORTER 327 11th Street Hifc from whom I have been favored with Auction Sal OF Live Farm Household I have been favored with instructions from JENKS TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT HIS 331022W4TH Five Miles East of Eight North of Kipp Tuesday 3 AT 11 OCLOCK SHARP One Bay Pereheron eight yean One Team Grey teven and eight yeara One Team Bay four and tight years Mare and One Team seven and eight years One nine years One Bay four years One Roan nine years One Bay years One Bay two years One Spring six months One Durham thrss years Eight Frash very choice and Six fresh before January Six fresh in Two Twoyearold Thrse Twoysnrold Six Oneyearold Four Oneyearold Four three Brood 20 Store One International Gas 1525 One Challenge One Aultman Taylor One Fivebottom Stubble Engine One McCormick Binder one One MaaseyHarris 20 double Van Brunt 20 One ISdlsc Inandout One Twosection one Harrow Oliver Gang One John Gang Onefurrow Sulky One Campbell One Oeerlno One Imperial Feed 12 One Engine Pump and One 10barrel Water Tank and One 128bushel Grain Tank and Two complete with compute with grain f One one Fanning Ten Sets Double Work Two Platform Cream Washing f r other to months credit on approved joint 8 per cent 5 per discount for This U one thu Come etrlv AUCTIONEER ;