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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 191� 1 THE, L^THBRIDGE DAILY HERALD AGE NINE' ' OTTAWA, Nov. 29^-Atwintber o�cas-j 'ftB, ot more than ordliwry; Interest, In* cludJiigi it U anderatoodi sereral mat?' iters, ariaing out ot the tprmlnitlon .ot the war, wHliengage the attention of i;4he eiohequor court ot Canada; dur* )nff the'iiew mbntha. ? One:*ol; the most Important otUhefae 1b! eiproprlatloh proceedings of which notice has been given by the Dohiin-ion govjBrnment, in connection w'th the iaklmg over of the Halifax Graving; Ifook. Tho government in its case is asking the exchequer court to fix the value of the Graving Doclc and lands at a aum not exceeding $1,100,-000. The Graving Dock company has not filed its defense, but it is understood that the claim will be advanced that the value ot the Graving Dock is an amount greatly in excess of the value placed upon it by the government. The biggest case to come before the exchequer court in the near tu-Tfiire,'ho^irever, is the claim of Sir ChafltlByKoBS for an amount exceed- 'inig Jl8,000,000 for the taking over bt the Ross Rifle factory at Quebec ,�nd iijcidental. damages in connection therei^ith., , ? In this connection the interest statement was made that It was the Inten,-tion of the government to have the xcheiiuer court; fix'the amount to A Which, Sir Charles is ent;itled,*but tlie fatter' forestalled the government's Contemplated action by-filling a posi- . tlon ot right with the secretary of state the effect of which will be that the* government will be the defendant 4a the case. This case- has not yet formally reached the exchequer, court, the necessary fiat having not yet been issued by the secretary of state who acts on the advice of the minister, of Justice. OUR ARMY HORSES SOLD AT PROFIT Animal* Bought at $150 in Canada ' Bring Double Sum at Auction Special Cable' from the Montreal Ga-sette's tondon Correspondent. LONDON.-The , Canadian Quarter- maBter-Qeneral'B Department has com-1 minced to dispose of equipment and BUtipUes. The first sale of horses on Saturday was a success, Light horses averaged |250 eaph, and J^eavy'horses $450. The highest price obtitlned for any of the heavy horses was $700. _ The horses offered were afiiong the; boat seen at >Adrige9' famous stables for years, andt they'have given Cana-ditathoraes a big reputation here. All those sold were orlgliially purchased in Western Canada in 1915 at an average 'COBt; bt less than $150 by General MoRae and Colonel Fry. pthar.lota, of Canadian horses will ho sold this week, with further sales jweekly for some time. Tho British military authorities will also start disposing ot their horses shortly by public auction. In France alone the British armies have over 400,000 hotses. Prices are expected to slump, owing to the great number of horses to be sold, until a good horse can be obtained for $70 or even less. The Canadians are seeking' to dispose ot as many as possible before the market becomes glutted. It is possible that the Allies will pool other supplies generally, and dispose of them gradually. YOUNG LONDON PAYS HOMAGE TO PRINCESS LiONDON.-(Correspondence ot the Associated Press).-The Princess Tsi-anina, a real American Red Indian princess, has arrive^ In Ivondon, and all the little boys In the neighborhood of her hotel are tremendously excited. They form an Awe-gripped retinue for her whenever she takes a walk, following at a respectful distance with worshipful eyes. They have found out that she .is the daughter of a'^Oherokee mother and that her father is a member ot the Muskogee tribe. Their imaginations are tired by the princess' buffalo robe, her mocoasins of .soft cherry-colored skin, her necklace of Htitfaio bone, which was presented to \her by Indians as a token of affection, and her fillet of Indian beadwork. Far from resenting this youtlitul homage, the princess seems to enjoy it thoroughly. Her mission in EuropB-is to sing Indian songs to Indian troops, of i whom there are about 20,000 in France, ranging from privates to majors. Brought up - by white people and the possessor ot a fine voice which has been well trained, Princess Tsi-anina is regarded by the Brlttch press DISCUSS PROBLEMS OFDEMOBILIZAIION Returned Soldier Commissionl Secretaries Will Meet in Ottawa Next Week OTTAWA, Nov. 30,-The department of. soldiers' re-establiahment has called a meeting ot the secretaries ot ail tho provincial returned soldier commissions to bo hold In Ottawa on Monday and Tuesday, December 2nd and 3rd. Tho meeting has been called for the purpose ot discussing the new relations between the department ot soldiers' civil re-establishment and tho provincial returned soldier's commissions, which are created by demobilization. The que.>)tion ot employment and other allied problems will be under disciiasion. The secretaries will be met by Sir James Lougheed, the minister; by Lieut.-Col. Hugh Clark, the parliamentary secretary; Lieut.-Col. F. P. Healey, deputy minister, and others especially interested in ' the subjects to come under diaousslo^. Among them will be Major L. L. Anthes, who has been appointed dlre'c-tor ot tho new demojjlllzatlon branch formed by the department of soldiers' civil re-establishment. RUSSIAN 'CURRENCY LONDOiV, Nov. 30.-Great Brilain hag decided to assist the"'provlsional government of Russia by establishing a new rouble currency at a fixed rate of exchange of 40 roubles to one pound sterling. Money thus received will J)e deposited in tlie Bahk ot Ehigland as an unalienable resetve to ensure the convertibility of Russian notes in|o sterling at the above date. as an interesting product of the 20th century America, The princess depre-ycates wild west shows, and wild west movies, which, she says have giveV Europeans an entirely >\rong idea of hdr people. . ^ OF FARM I HAVE BEEN FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. J. ROZIER TO SELL BY PUBUC AUCTION AT HIS FARM 19-8-20, WEST 4TH, SEVEN MILES EASTOFLETHBRIDGE. 5 AT 12 O'CLOCK SHARP HORSES, ETC. IMPLEMENTS t Grey Mare, age 7 yeeirB, weight about 1700 lbs. 1 Sorrel Mare, age 8 years, weight about 1400 lbs. 1 Sorrel Mare^ age 5 years, weight abou^ 1300 lbs. 1 Bay Gelding, age 6 years, weight about 1700 lbs; 1 Black Gelding, age 10 years, weight about 1000 1 Bay Qff.Wjfjjj.j, i^^n io years, weight about 1100/ lb"- ' 1 Grey Filly Colt, coming 3 years. 1 Black Gelding, coming 2 years. 1 Bay Filly Colt, 6 months old. \ 1 Bay Gelding Colt, 6 n;ionths old. 1 Black Gelding Colt,' 6 months old. 3 Cows (expected to calve next sprhig ) 2 Spring* CailVes. 6 Pigs. . 1 Gas Tractor, type C Mogul, 20 h.p. 1 P. & O. Plough, with 4 breaker bottoms. 3 Gas Drums and 1 Oil Drum. ' 1 8^'oot Frost & Wood Binder. / 1 Monitor Press Drill with marker. 1 Frost & Wood Mower.* " 1 Hay Rake. 1 2-Horse Potato Sprayer. I 2-horse two row Cultivator. 1 4-hqrse Dowden Potato Digger. 1 Disc "Harrow. 1 1-horse Cultivator, 1 Sulky Plow. ' 1 Walking Pltow. 1 Z^ection Lever Harrow. 1 Magnet Cream Sei^arator. 1 Churn. :f 1 Wagon. " ,1 Wagon Rack, 1 Spring Wagon. , 1 aielgh. ' . \ 2 Granaries, 12x14, capacity 1,000 bushels each." Harness and other things too numerous to mention. All theymachinery is new ok nearly new. � ' � \ �  TERMS CASH Ail will be sold without reserve as Mr. Rozier has purchased a ranch and is going into the pure^bred stock business. ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ J. ROZIER Proprietor GEO. P. PORTER Auctioneer RANNUAL Resolutions on Varied Subjects Prepared-Land for Soldiers Near Home Resolutions which have been forwarded by varioH.s locals ot the United Farmers of Alberta to the Central Cfttice tor submission to the annual iBonventlpn in January" next lu-clude the following: Land For Soldiers That this lo,cal go on record as advocating and strongly urging the Government to malte every effort to locate r,eturned soldiers in their own home neighborhoods. And be it further resolved that representations be made' to the government to purchase outright such available lands, or vacant and held by speculators, railroads or other corporations and locate these deserving boys under homestead or other reasonable conditions. This petition being understood to apply to bona fide farmers who have and Intend to make farming their chosen vocation.-Lakeside Local, Lacorabe, Alberta. That we ask the Dominion Government to commandeer wild lands held by speculators at prices paid by these parties for same, and open them for settlement by* returned veterans, - Fairacres lliocal, Oyen, Alberta. Protect Against Tariffs That this association take immediate steps to elect a delegation to proceed to Ottawa in conjunction with the fatmers' associations in the other provinces, to protest against any increase la the tariff, and be it furthermore resolved that each local take up this matter and endeavor to obtain a petition of 100% strong, such petition to be taken to Ottawa by the delegation in support of their appeal. -Ardenode Local, Ardenode,' Alberta. That the convention here assembled, place itself on record as ordering a general strike of all farmers belong-ihg to the linlo]^ until such time as the government bo^' fit to remove the duties dff all farm machinery.-Lawrence Locat;:iB , j, Defective Cattle Guards , , T^at the government, be asked to ' haye the Railway Act so amended that the present style of guards will be declared lllegar thereby forcing the railway companies to Install guards that Win turn Stock. That the government be asked to have the Railway Act so amended that the.Rail way Companies will be made responsible for any damage caused to any .stock within their fences. That the De^artAent.of Justice, Ottawa, be asked; to. send-out an impartial Inspector to report on these conditions and to secure pay for stock that has been killed.-Lac Ste. Anne Local, Lac Ste. Anne, Alberta. .Bulls at:^Large That the proprietor of any bull running a,t large may be notified by anybody/and if the anjjnal Is not taken up within twelife.lipurs.a fine of twen-ty^five dollars be :infUcted fof the first offence! that:all- companies ' writing hail Insurance should adjust any damage at least �within.ten days of Bucii damage occiirrlne.r^Ardenode Local, Ardenode, Alberla. That we request the Provincial government tp investigate the method carried out In 'Mbntana and North Dakota in destroying gophers and bVln^ about spme'similar sysiem for the' � Province- �^f.-A,|berta^ - Sexton 'Creek Local, Couttsi Alberta, That we aslt pur government to. make all .Victory Bonds legal tender for all debts, public and private. - Fall-acres Local, Oyen. Alberta. That we petition the government'to amend the law relating to chattel mortgages to enable banks to take a lien note on stock for security in order to save expensive registration and ^'delay.-Iron � Springs Local, Picture Biitte, Alberta.-That the Uhited'Parm'ers of Alberta ,'.petition the Alberta Legislature to ' amend the'laws of the province so as to allow qualified chiropractors to ad-If lidnister their treatment under proper'' [Regulations. . - Queenstowu Local, Queenstown, Alberta. - That we ask the government-to pass a law^ that will pompol owhers of lively and feed'barns io build standard mangers.-Berry I/ake Local, Winning-ton, Alberta. That we ask the U. G, G. to open such a wholesale store in the Immediate future in Calgary to sell to local associations.-Fairacres Local, Oyen, Alberta. That we request the Provincial government to investigate the municipal abattoirs of Australia, also other abattoirs with the end in view of keeping the meat between the producer and consumer,-Rodney Local, Crosstleld, Alberta. That the Union go on record as being in favor of elevators being compelled to clean out foul and noxious materials out ot all grains sold tor feed or seed to farmers anfd that operators he prohibited from requiring farmers to sign away their rights and thus treeing the elevator ot all responsibilities.-MaWnasln Local, Mas-Inasln, Alberta, Request the U, P. A, Board of Directors to consider the advisability ot rearranging the boundaries of their constituencies, and present resolutions embodying necessary amendments to the constitution to the next annual convention.-Pandora I,ocal, Pandora, Alberta. That we ask tho Federal government to build the Edmonton, Red Deer and Calgary line of the C.N.R. as floon as possilale after the war. - Rodney Local, Crosstleld, Alberta. That the U'nlted Farmers ot Alberta do petition the Dominion government not to enter any agreement compact or understanding, now or in the future, with any sect of brotherhood, either domiciled in the country or about to come into the country, where-pDy they would be exempt from military service In times of national peril, or given any other privilege that Is not extended to all settlers,-Clare-mont liocal, Loverna, Saskatchewan. That we ask parliament to pass a law that will take from tho governor-general power to repeal by order-in-councll an act of parliament.-Fair-acres Local, Oyen, Alberta, Venereal Diseases That venereal diseases should be made reportable, and come under ^be health regulations, the same as other infectious diseases. Further that patiepts suffering from .syphilis should be induced to undergo three years' treatment, those suffering from gonorrhea one j^ear's treatment. Further that a clean bill of health should accompany an appllcilitlM (or marriage Hcense.-^Partrldge- HUl W-cal, Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta. .. i Offences Against Womert s Resolved that in cases pf raydi, aitp^;; of consent be sixteen years. ' M' Further In cases ot criminal sadtp^*'' tion the age be between sixteta an^'^ twenty-one years, with or wltlumt pr^-.;,' miae ot ma'i^rlage, with a maXlmmar penalty of five years' imprlBOnmtni.'- Further, seduction ot women �T�^ twenty-one years ot age with promise of marriage be punished with t#o-' years' imprisonment.-Partridge HlHv Lrf)cal, Fort Saskatchewan, Albert*, . AUCTION SALE OF HOW MANY BEANS IN THE JAR? The Hudson's Bay Co, is giving away a $100,00 Victory Bond for the nearest estimate. Horses, Cattle, Farm Implements, Household Furniture, etc I have been favored with instructions from Mrii iW. S. Hopkins to sell by public auction at Hardievillt� Monday, Dec. 2nd AT 2 O'CLOCK One matched team bay mares, five and six years old, weight about 2,700 pounds; one saddle horse, seven years old; thrM milch cows, two heavy .wagons and boxes complete, one set work harness, one set buggy harness, one saddle and bridle, one slelfh, one Home Comfort Range, four-hole cooking stove, one Bell Orgati, one Edison Phonograph and records, beds, dressers, tables, chalni, and other articles too numerous to mention; one fur coat; on* three-roomed house, 50-foot lot, TERMS CASH I ' Also one six-roomed cottage, furnace, cistern, all conveniences, good bam, garage, six lots. TERMS $500,00 CASH, BALANCE ON EASY ,TERM� VTV GEORGE P. PORTER 327 11th Street 6. Auctioneer. 'Phene 1691 Reference-Those frogi whom I have been favored with sales. ' Live Stocky Farm Implements, Household Fumiture, Etc. niNMNIIItlKIHMI I have been faiTored with instructions from MR.' W.j H. JENKS TO SELL BY PUBUC AUCTION AT HIS FARM, 33.10.22-W4TH Five MUes East of Nobleford, Eight MUes North o( Kipp 1 Dec 3 AT 11 O'CLOCK SHARP One Bay Percheron Stallion, cloht years old, 1,600 pounds. Ope Teztn Grey geldings, seven and , eight years oldf 2,700 pounds. One Team Bay Qeldinga, four and eight years old, 2,630 pounds. One Team, Marc and Gelding, four-year-oids, 2,500 pounds. One Team Mules, seven and eight years old, 2,200 pounds. One Gelding, nine years old, 1,400 pounds. One Bay Gelding, four years old, 1,100 pounds. One Roan Gelding, nine years old, 1,000 pounds. One Bay Filly, three years old, 1,300 pounds. One Bay Gelding, two years old, 1,000 pound*. One^Sprlng Filly, six months old. , One Durham Bull, three years old. Eight Fresh Cows, very choice and young. Six Cows, fresh before January 1st. Six Cows, fresh In spring. Two Two-yearold Helferg. Three Two-year-old Steers, Six One-year-old Steers. ^ , Four One-year-old Heifers. ; Four Calves, three Breed Sows, 20 Store Hogs. One International Gas Engine, 15^5 h.p. One Challenge U. 8. Separator. 12-24. One Quitman Taylor Separator, 27-42. Plow* 14')nch. ' One One-furrow Sulky .Plow. ' \ -\ One P. A O. Campbell'Packer, 24-wheel. One Oeering Mower. ��' ; One Imperial Feed Grinder, 12 bur. One V/s'h.p. t. t;^. C. Engine Pump and Jack. One 10-barrer Water Tank and'Truck. One 125-buahel Grain,Tank and Gear, com-pletff. �): � �^ ; �� Two Wagens^i complete with bundle racke. Five Wagons,'complete with prain boxes. One Buggy, one. Fanning Mil). . ' Ten Sets Double Work.Harness. Two Saddles,v'one Platform Scale. One Craam Separator, one Churn., One Rang*' one WaeMng^ Machine, i Beds, Dresser, Tableer Cha^re, ate.; numerc other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS-12 months' credit on approved jomt note, 8 per cent intereit, 5 per cept. discount for cash. This is one of the finest herd of milch cows in this country. Come earlv; we must start in time, the days are short. W. H. JENKS, OWNER GEO. P. PORTER ',1 4 *; 1 "I 03839749 ;