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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ikxM .volume xi. LETHI3UID6E, ALBl I'IMDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1918 iTKis Is Rev^aleH on Letters ' Taken in Cprlncdtion Wfth rial at 'Frisco HINDU REBELS WERE , T\CTIVE IN OPPOSING^ THE BRITISH FORCES Sftii Froiiclacoi Feb. 22.-Tlfc defeat �C Ooherat TownshoniVB torceii In afcacpotamJa wag attributed to Kedor All Khan, a, fonmep,student of the UnlvorBlty of California, and pth^ at-loged Hindu revolutibrilsts In docu-ipents Intiipducod In evelrtence In^the trial ot .the Bo-ca11ed Hlndn conspiracy case here yesterday by the govv-crnmontr. '/ ' The alleped iViiltvlUos of the Hindu 'rovolutlouftts Ju Mesopotamia, auconl-Ing to United 3tate� Attorney John \V, Preston; >Vere djpcovered througli let-: .^ters saJd'to liaVebieen sent .by Alt Khan to Kamcliftndra, one of the de-fendahtB, and pubHsher of a Hindu revblutloimry"- paper, Thoao letters, according to tho prosecution, were In-tercopted by British uonBors and sent to the.'departihei't nt jyRtlon. In a letter dbsurlbing what was . lermiqed as the/downfalT of Gen. Towniihond, AII'Khnn wrote; "When our patriots entered Bagdad ^\B achieved there a'very great success in our work. We qrganlzed an army of Indians and sent thorn to oppose the bneray. f'or-our sako our Indian troops refused to Jllght and gave a very great defeat to the British near B*gdad. "The British understood this to bo our wdrlf. The.v then brought a verj-large force' near Kut-EI-Amara, but there-the army waa/sucjounded and the whole of the force under Gen. Townshond fell Into the bauds of tho Turks. The British force whlcW was Bont 'to relieve them, relumed after �uffirln|[ gr^at louROH. TTiat-is the whole of.'.(lie British army-^vhlch.'tell into tllQ^ttttids ot tM Ttuks, consisted of |,4Q(||lBrJU.Isb and 8,128 Indiuns, of which several Bngllshm^nr and'In- fdlans had been"Mll9d, "Tlili'b�ttl64jBiitB�r;14?. (lays. TWo severely >Y'^V9d4yho should worlt under a capable patriot and preach- among'these �oldiers." AKE10 SUPPLY ^Piov. Govt. Will Supply It To  Farmers Who Are in Need Some time .ago the au)iouncement vas made In Edmonton (hat seed ^ain would bo supplied to farmera this spriJig^vho nffay bo in need of lielp owinfe.to total or partial crop .failure last year^ Since that time AV. A. Bucbaimn, M.P., hasrcccived many nquirles aptQ how application should ..be made tor relic/, 4t was not .known wliether , owners; of patented lands could secure seed' or whether it applied only to horaoBteaders. As a result Mr. Buchanan wired J. "T). Smith. Rhlet of the see'd aiid weed .%ranch,nt Edmonton, and received a reply stating thfit the provinc|al government was.arranging to supply seed . to those farmers' holding patented lands who could prove theli' need. A|>-plications should,be made through tha seed branch, at Kdmonjton giving location and Meacriptlon of land. Moraer ateaderibowevi^r.Bhouldl apply to the I>omlnlp\)^immigration department for rallpf,' thus :i;omihf under the* Oo^iin-Ion ;Bj>vernment.:jurisdiction. Will'IiobirAfterUli Co^pluinta o^ Soiidieii^rtiependentfi Otta%'�, Feb; 23;i-^Thc minislor: of luiiltia knno\\nco'�'tbat with rilvlew of helping raturned taldlers and their de-paodvi^tB to obtal^^prompt adjustment of any dUflcultles 'relating to pay and allow�ttcflaiJirhic)\;ini>� arise owing to. the'Jwt pay, certificate -not being In orilav/br"'lrOin\�ome othef reason. U haa bean, d^oldad. to a^tcich tdveach diatrtct^my office immediately an of-. fioai� who wglbiicnown as pay ad-Jqatmeat pKlb'^r*' ,TI>l8 officer will be cliawrn%a.u�9Mon muat ha roterr la: baJMlquartuvH itt Ottawa MAXfMUM ON EXCHA^OE FOR OATS Winnlpag, Tab. 22.-A ma>clmum lirlce of 99 centa a buahal en oata waaaat by the council ofthe grain eHohanae here at a'.meetlnji held . thialmornlnB. MILLIONS STAk\riNG ; IN ARMENIA, TURKEY New York,. F.eb, .22.-Irifi.rma-tlon that''three':,tnlllia.il',peNqna In Turkey, Armenia,. Perala' and Syria now face death by; atarvattfn, baa ban reeelvad here by the Presbyterian boat-d oV.fpretgn n^iaaloht. EA^TfiRN states; pace A FOOD SHORTAGE Washington, Tab. ZL-the eastern part of the United States faces a food eohortage, likely to continue for the next sixty daya. In .mafclng this disclbaure tonight, Food Adminiatrater Hoover' declared that the eltuatlon lit the most critical in the country's history and that In maYiy of the largo consuming area* reserve food stores are at the point of exhaustion.'V Only One Reason We Are Fighting, Says Lord Milner LondoH, Feb. 21.-Viscount .Milner, member of the war cabinet, spcakInK at Plymouth today, deprecated too much talk about war aims. "Until peace liegoliations are reached," he said, "we are fighting for our lives and the very existence of the free nations ot western Europe. Aa a result of the collapse of'Kussia, the 'military party of Gormatty^,is again in the saddle. Ooubiless many of the peopl^ of Germa;iyMo!ilhe the cpntlnu-anco of bloodshed for iner,e'aggresBibn. but at present they are quite powerless." . .. . ,. "A!ll(ellTcO'OB�mtion and concentra-tioi)^o( all efforts on iiiStional sMvattoii are two essential bonditlons for making use of the roBources of the allies," Viscount Mllner^^, " V ; mDes'yoiESArY Griesbach No.w^^~Leading in 'Edmonton-Sevlgny Reduces vaiy made today with ^be Quebec^.ybt^'aiir well as tho vote takenln the M*aritime p'rovincgs and the west.' It Ja understood that tha general,, effect ^ftltevsDldier vote lu Winnipeg and-ot^ierywestern points has bean to mat^lallyj Idarease the majoritloBi of ther' nttccesaful � govora-ment candidates/v In. Montres^V It Is stated thatrHon. Albert' Sevlgny has reduced hia opponent's lead In West-mount-St. Henri ^yover 200. canadians are Cleaning Have Engaged in Many Successful Raids, According to Sir Arthur Currie KILL MANY HUNS / AND TAKE "PRISONERS WITH LimE LOSS Ottawu,^Fcb. 22.-A copy of a letter dated January 15, addrnsaca to Sir Kdward Komp, by Sir Arthur Currle, commander ot the Canadian curps in I'Vanee, has been received here. In this cohimiinicatlon. Sir Arthur Currle writes: ' "Ever since wtj lott Iho north and came Into this urea the liocho has shown the Breatest curiosity to find what is in our minds, and with this end in view he has attempted a great many raids in order to get prisoners. We have been going back at him very hard and are now decldcdjy up to the deal. "Last *'rlilay v/o entered his trench-; es, captured two m&chlno guns, killing whatever Germans we ran acrjOsH. "tiast Saturday niorulne,-we entered hl.'i trenches again iu two places, cUp-turtd two prl.sorors, counted 15 dead Germans and estimate that we killed or wounded at least another twenty in his dugouts. We had three men slightly wounded'.  / "On Sunday night we wont in again, brought out 11 prisoners, (tilled q^lte a number in his treuclies (13 known definitely) and had no casuaUiea of %ny sort ^ti ouv own party. "The same ey^nlng n parly ot five Germans attempted to rush one of our posts. Our fellows killed four and toolc the other one prisoner "in another iiortion of the line we noticed that ho was cutting wire on a certain part of (wr front all day Sunday. Apprcclatllig the tact that this might mean a raid, a strong fighting patrol of ours left the trenches os soon as it became dusk and w^nt out in No Man's Land waiting to see it he rjaaily did tntend, .to,rald.Atter a wail, of about-,three' hours sore enough alona came the Bo^be. Our fellows jumpetl up and tncklbd him. Instead oE surprising us, we surprised him, killed a number and put tho rest to flight. ', "Last night we-i-aided his trenches again, taking two "prisoners aud a ma. chine gun, killing a number, aud suffering only one slight casualty ourselves. "You- can gather from this that, things have been reasonably active and our chaps are making the record a little better all the time. We received ast night a telegram of congratula> lions from the army commander." . .� / Waalllngton;. rnl^I.-^lntan- effort to hasten action. brt-ileljlaUtlott to increase the^mlnimum.BOVefnment guar: anUad prloetor'.wheat" Chalymau Gore of the senate 4�rli}u|tu)!Bl ;CQmmittee, announced ,i0dajrMat1))e''>vottM attach, to the afrioulturalibUl^tii^vPTpposal to raise the 1�18 wHMt:iiHoe�fi'oin iVi lo $2,60 a buahel,> nlBkinr the Jiev minimum . effective /a\ fariijSrii' rajhroad tor-, iuliiols Inetead WIK^b'Drlriolpal_prim-ary marketji and bkalnkfit 6n So. 2 liiatead'ot Nolrtjortbbtjl-iwheat. 1NTGIJVT;T0Te -OVERALtlHEBAkERO Winnipeg Trades Council.Sends Resolutions td The Doniiin^ ion Government v NUMHKR 62 Capture Ancient ish City of Jericho �Tlin firitlah have ralcstino, tha war London, fib'r, captured Jericho, office reports:: *7U Tho city was enternd by Australian troops ..yesterday, LIulo opposition was encountered. SuliKequently the AuHtratians established timmsclves on the line ot tiJe-Jordau aud the Wadl Aujo. The official statcuioiii reports the coutlnudtion ot bad ^woytlioi-. North oud northweni of .rerusaleiu the British advanced iioHltions were extended sllgUtly ilnd stcurocl. During the//e, wliich reflects upon the.'Intematlnnal executive regordingthe standUiikeu during the Calgary negotlatUaii tor hotter wage scale and other Impyovements in conditions demaiide)ti by District IS, through the paUdy\coinmittec aud'dU-ftrict, officers.';/ "9 . ^ D. Rees, .^ifiohaAithi' floor yetsterdsiy afterjiioon nt/the closi^ of:thp session, |>rediimed bis.remarksijlils ip'orDlnp and concintfed^ot ten XifteJin;  Internatlonal Board Member .Steele, from the Missouri district, then spDke for.a halt hour, after which questioning growing out ot the previous speechAs took up the time until the time for noon adjournment" arrived,  , At the afteruoou sitting, the members of thy policy committee, were given the'tltJor and Mr. Wheatley and Mv. Potter: made addresses in answer to London, Feb. 22.--"EarIy last night a largo party of the enemy raided two ot our. posts In the neighborhood of tho Ypres-Roulefs Railway aud a tew of our men are missing," says today's war office, statement. "On the remainder of the-British front there is nothing special to report. "A raid attempted by the enemy early yesterday agoinst posts held by Belgian' troops in the Merckom sector was repulsed by artillery^nd machine gun fire." P u INDRUMHELLERCASE Took Armstrong Long Time to Give Information-Convention Awaits Action, , , . , , , , ,-----,- Fair Wage Officer- Harrison the international member^ .and in ex-J had seen the. telegram when it was planatibn of the different-phases ot the negotiations ot last siimmer. Many t)ther members of the con-ventiou took part by -way of question.-iug, or answering questions, so that adjournment time arrived before the conclusion of the discussion'had been reached and the matter stands over for further discussion tomorrow. ^ . I . iMany things tnac uad not been well ! understood by delegates who. had not � token part in the negotiations were 'niade\ plain aud much misunderstanding was cleared away. ' iJp to the present, the sessions have beeu^fuil of interest to^all and a full attendance ot ail delegates has been the feature. .Winnipeg, Feb. 22.-The firead question occupied the attention of the trades and labor coimcil fgi a consii^-erable time last evening, after which a committee of eight, including members of the Women's Labo�.,l.eag>iOi tlie council's executive and tho bakers'union was appointed to (Iraft resr olutions. ' The first resolution petitioned the mayor and city council for tho retention,of tlie 20-ounco loaf.. To ^petition the .government al vf^t-tawa to take over the flour mllle and bak{\rio8 ot tlie Domittton^and assume control of same during the'period ot the "war and that no inoreasa In the Ikresent price of. bread be permitted. It was also decided' that telegrams IM. aaut to the food controller,- at Ottawa and to Premmier Borden in thb same connection. ' \ Ypria .feath-ervyelfht o^iafnuiun-fdM at the  King County, ' 4> o'clock:, ^ I been 111 m MEATIES DAYS HAVE SAe MUCH MEAT Washiugtou, '. Fob. �>'22.-^MeBtles�' dayjs in tho lintted States: have vsiived 140,000,00(X pounds of betif in four months, the food adnxinisfration aa-nouiiced'today. During thia,.}ier]od lfi6,000,00tf pounds of boot .werev^x-ported to the alllea togetl'ier'M}}tU 400,000,000 pounds of pork products'. /riia figures were made ipubllC-In', a statement explaining wny.tho ^ood udministration refused requests ^,'ot-cttttlo and sJjeop growers to remove the beef, mutton and lamb from tlie conservation rules with .regardi-j' to meatlesB days. ' ' JO"**'RVjjiOARD' ;;,' Montreal, VobT^sIr-A,; K, Warren; formerly a Cauadi{in Nortlieru rail\rAy: official lu Winnipeg, baa ^joinedf^Ue^ railway war boa>r(iia8:(ii:,repreBanta.^t}v*: 9n the: administrative committor,or,tlie: goYornmpnl railwaya. CAMPAIGN JN 1ST Hon. C. A. Dunning Leaves To , Undertalie Campaign in * The West Ottajya, Feb. 22.-Hon. C. A. IDuu-dinK,'^ovincial troasurer of Saskatch. ewan, who came to Ottawa some time agOJat thorequest of Hon, T. A. Cre-rar, 'minister of agriculture, to organise the greater production campaign, leaves for th^ west tonight, : Mr,'Dunning will now dev9te some tltile'to th6 west, where the paincipal machinery also will be provido^d by .the provincial departments of agrlrul-' tur^oaiid other organizations. Insofar as t the'next crop is concerned these plans are pretty well matured. -'.The steps to bo takenrto greatly increase production in'tl!) and subsequent: years have not yet been defIn-IteiV^.decided ou, but some concrete plan lirobubly will ho announced soon, In. 'this'" coriueciiou it, is: understood ihat'fthere is iMargo body,of opinion iiV'favor. of tho fixings of a minimum price for' wheat ami other.vgr�lng duty ing^thevwar and (or some \ime' after,; mCREfASE FRANCE'S"  ' u - GRAIN PRODUCTION .Pari.-^eb, 32.-The . government's blllV uiia^r which comWfte powers woujd be granted it by the parliament, over '.'the prqductiOH and, wheat � .: TO GET FISH HERE ^ AT lOo A POUND OttaCo, Feb. 21.-Arrangements hove befcn completed by the Canada fo6rt board by which fresh froKcii Pacific tish is to bo delivered through the usual channels ot trade to consumorH in British Columbia, Saskatchewan iind Manitoba a^ 10 cents a pound. Those fish Include flounders, brills, soles and other varieties ot flat fish, highly prized as food in England. ? ? ? ,; > .% fj : c > o > > * > .LAND AGENCY AT MED. HAT CLOSED Slashing Economies Are iVludc By The Minister of the Interior Ottawa, Out., Feb. 21.-IIoui Arthur llelghcu, minister ot the interior, has made siashiug aud courageous economies in tho administration of tho^ Dominion lands brancli. An order has boeu passed at the instance ot Mr. Melgheu closing seven western land agency offices nnd twenty sub-agencies. The economies effected wilfto-tal 150,000. Duo care has been taken j�lo protect any ot the stnftfrmn. these offices who have enlisted for overseas, and positions will be found for them on their .return. , Tlie work ot the offices closed will he divided amongst the reinainln^ laaU otfices. in all districts affected'the available homestead land has been largely patented, so'that-rio serious hardship will result and'little-inebn-veniences. Mr. Moighon is mBklngr:a careful survey ot hlB whble.ddpartijiibat aud further economies .ofV-an.'; even larger scale. ln.jOtbftiLJijy�nclt��ijjiAy.lio, expected later.! '^^'if^if^-'', "' T eceived by Mayor Fulton. Tlie question ar. to the genuineness' of the telegram hurt Mayor Fulton very much. Mr. .\rm8trong was asked if he had I'.eard from Ottawa', and answered that he had. To the question it the communication hod been from Sir Robert r.orden he ansiwered "No." A further uery as to v^hether the" commissiou htu anything to do with tho Drumhel-ler situiition brought forth the reply that be would rather not say any, more, hut the tihprosslbn ^tos gained from (ho, brief convert. Peabody, Mas|i., Feb. 22.-Five persons., were-burned to death in. a fire which destroyed a house and barn in west Peabody early today. TIte house was occupied by a family named Miller. Polieo- and firemen sent from here found tho building in flames with no water supply available, -a'hey recovered the bodies of Miller, his wife and throe children. . - The land agencies clos"jBd*'ai;e ,'\Vf�;-burn, Yorktou," Humboldt' anVl' Majple, Cr^it, in Saskatchewan^ an* Medicine ' Hat, Red Deer and High Prairie, in Al- ivarsliina were approacliingi Kovai berttt. The Bub-agencleg-cIospd-:\aE6'l Wednesday, according to a nies Roasburn, in Manitoba; Canora, Sheho, Punlnchy, Henley, Rbsthern, tinlly, ISstevan, Blaine, Lak'e'Willow, in Sas-kittc^iewnn, and Brooks, Grassy Lake, Lacombe, Macleod, Olds, Sedge-wlek, Trochu, VegrevlUe apd Vulcan, in Alberta. : >  I SHIPMENTS Ottawa, Feb. 25,-:5(Iuch;..; anxiety has beeu^caused to Canaditah.sliippQrB by reason of thb prolilbltlon-\qf the Aijierican governihent dt - ithpbrtatibn into the United States of ahr freight to tho value of nioco than $100,'^tnileBS accompanied by a permit from, the �;ar trade borad, Washington. ;, / The Canada food board,lias received advices that a mist^e jhad been made in/including Canada in this'Order; that R correction had now bben made-and that imports from.-Canada into the United States will' now be permittee) under the regulation^ whilh waro previously in forces. Canadian exporters of foodstuffs should send their application for permits to the Canada food board. ARTIULERY FIGHTING Paris,. Feb. 22.-Heavy artillery fighting on the whole front is.report-ad in today's official. announcement. War Veterans Make Radical RecoiQmendations to^^ Govt. AVinulpeg, FeV'.-22.T-KndorBed by.a reproBontatlve of thofGrout, War Vet-orauii AssoclatlooJ, tho following roso-liiHttps dealing with land settlement for returned: soldiery, has been forwarded: to .Preml^r.',Bordon,  to.'the soldiers land'Settlement- boord,'iind. to N. F. R.. Ivnight,; Dominion secretary of tl)e Groat War Veterans: ' "Thali the federal gov^m^ient should administer tUo lauds under the soldiers lupd settlement bill, and not baud over the lands to the provincial governments fur atftplnistratlon, niid that the federal j^overument sllpuld !?top at once.tUe giving awoyof>.land as liomestoadsto (any bnt returnbl^8o^ diers, until the comipisslon on land sattiemeut' �� now . appointed arranges, for the administration of tbg act; 1 "That one quartei; of land.other than tlie Isoidiers' bumbst^ad 'should ) be glvjsn vto any mhn -whiB hH� Served in thb greatlwar at'tlie .ttoiit or who wna i^ijured bbtor^ realana �bitra. io bo near tr^naportiltibn. ' ' h tills, ;;^;:,!That tl}9,lQnnpf..12,600, should be ^ , ,y allowed to �;vQry man to b^^ppllea on r. hie-laud under the superyislou of the land cuiumlHsion. : .,'.': :.' �� '.:".That each soldier" aud family with household effects, should .Uavo\a' special settlors rate (below that of tho'ex-isting Bottlm-s' rate) fpr; trai^spot't^tlon to his\lnnrt outsido of therp'j;6vihce hq may now rosido in, and freo transpor-tation'withln tlio pvovlnce.'y;' '.p,' �: ;^ :"That 'the ugjlcultural), department should provide pedigree -stud: stoyKt for the. use pt aettlers-ifreo of ooat'for tljyp first five years, ami'that onepman in each tnwwship or,)at Joasl)*:!fif^y. farmii (where this uumber�,Qt ioldlgra aue''settled) should act ub woedninsp'^b. Could Take Petrogiad Easily -Little Opposition Though Bolsheviki Issue Appeal AUSTRIA IS STILL SUSPICIOUS OF THE PRUSSIAN MOTIVES London, Feb. 22.-"Defense to Ihft doaih," against Germany is ordered la tlio proclamnllon ot tho Russian commissioners. Router's Petrograd correspondent telegraphs. ^ The commissioner's appeal to the soldiers to destroy railways and provi-.slons and compel the bourgeoise to dig trenches uiider penalty of death. The commissioners appeal to tha country also intimated that the Germans plan to cnjiture Petrograd. Russians To Resist Petrograd, Feb. 21.-A proclamation!, ordering resistance to tho Germati advance, calling on all Russians to de-feud the fatherland and declaring Petrograd' in u state of siege was issued tonight from tho Smolny Institute, the Bolshevlkl headquarters. The proclamation was issued at the order ot the people's commissaries and is signed . by Premier Lenlne and Ensign Krylenko, the Bolshevlkl commander , in chief. Desert to Germans BeMlu, Feb. 22.-A regiment ol! Ksthouian troops has go^e over to the Germans, the war office announces. The German troops advonclag in Ksthonia have captured Hapsal, on the 'coast near the entrance to the Oult of Flnlaiirt and advanced beyond Ronneburg, Wolmar and � Spandan. They marchetl into Rieshitsa, about ' 100 miles Boutlieast of Riga and 'Were , received with rejoicing by the inhabi-' tants, the statement says. Farther south the Germans pushed on to Luzlu. Minsk also waa occupied. .At Novograd-Volhynski the Germans came into touch with UkraijUan and other columns marching on the : Volhynian fortress of Diibno. ' Enter Minsk Berlin, Feb. 21.-Via London.-^TUft, German troops liavo,'entered Minsk iu ' ^heir advance..eastward huJEtussiarOc.. cordlng^la the report from headquar-tefs this bvonlng, -  ' Land Troop* at Revar .: :' /"Ivondorf, Fbb. 21.-Porty-tlve German oit message received by the Express from its. Petrograd correspondent. Troops have been landed at Reval, and the Daily News' Bolshevlkl correspondent telegraphs that Trotzky will' probably, re-^ sign. . . . , Believe Surrender �� Bluff .' Amsterdam, Feb. 22.-Tho belief , that Leon Trotzky,.the.Bolshevlkl for-, oign minister, may have something in reserve ahd that his  surrender Is Insincere appears to dominate the Aus-tVo-Gorman press. Austrian* Advance Too London, Feb. 22,-Austrian and Oer- , man troops are advancing In the south simultaneously with tlie Oermana in the north and Ukrainian troops, are~ reported to have joined them against the Bolshevlkl, according to a Petrograd dispatch to the Mornlns Post. Tho Polish legions of tho Russian army, have offered an'armistice in ttfo prevailing civil war on condition of . free passage in any direction and .'are how trying to: reach Warsaw. : - �. No Oppoaition ; ? London, Fob. 22.-r-The German ad' vance Into Russia la not the march'of' a conqueror for no Ing array iB;not bolievod to be great. : A Petrograd dispatch to tho Mbrnlhg/i (CONTINIIKD OS PAGB 4). , 'f^f m 1 ..J Calgary, Feb. 22.-Thal'foVr p^Wle '.ii^ jvore burned 19 death In, a shack near .1 Oyen is .the .word: received by Iijspb*}- hy^i tor Brankloy: of'.the .provincial polide from Constable Tortey; who was,there ''''^ at the', .timei The - pibdsage orrlved here early this morning, The .bon', .stable^knew no details, butmereljtthfef tact,tl^'at,some oueihad biougljl^new^i: of the-tragedy wijclh occuried twenty' ,tor and report at slated'porioa8j:'>tOi-,,^. ...J,.! � T the supervisor of the province'," of th? ?�t � '"f.P^-T � 5??:; land-broken and lu m'op,:?t6eH 'h^ k^?! ''"W '"JP^P'*!'; tbptYhe ?.t6eU creases on his fann,:;^t\d''-th^''Hoveru-men,t pedigree stQck;,9ho.nld bp ^tept in this district: This man .should: be Qhosen by the spldlevs setUirig' in the particular district, " ' .> 'I'That all stock ()ou|rtit triipuBli'tho wpuld infq^tjgate and Vould-sppd'f� rtetails' here as' -''- ' . > Bjj'pn'^^^a po8a^);(l9 * - } Wiuuipeg,Fob. 22-Tito pianage � u?^ aeprrtS.e.rWo the Brandon branch oY KrinWm --���'�' -���'  �.....r-f>'w^vr>,^?^v I thiit^'hia hank had 'lefusetKto^ exV*'^'* ^ ,lUp�TlNUEt> oif'^^lJ^^4y I further credit to the city of. 60452858?? ;