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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta UB8CRIPTIOM RATlt ilTeraflj per year...**, laalt Kit ?*�....*V r, *jr ttilli' p�r yew..... $4.00 1.M ;.^J . TELEPHOHtt miatM omtt.............. "** W. A. Buenaniii *�>h" Muagtas DtrecWlf B��fl��� orti.ofi iM�i|ylilriot will be uoUfled iM^tttfr im-tlkHi MUrn of �likt de- i.^' vTheMiVM;^. 'itTMn Mikf.-any tiMur-. itaiMt lOiiti :tli�Tldo MMtor other than AjMen on unpatented lands. � �'.;W� wlil Wve tl(e fanners to judge irbether the Herald was interfering wUh their eSptte to get seed grain. It stated ilie^lacU and then urged as itvo>f is it(e^ld that every farmer should be glveu 8lock, and to save any risk of being dtivfta baek, as oh the fdmer cca. Bioni by the enemy's troops advancing from Thorn. '.The Turks have about received their quietus in the south, toy the Caucasian mouittKtns, removing any pos- ftibllity of an atuiik oa �:gypt.; - with operations developing- as they Jtre on the Allies' right in Alsace, a new festure of Interest will come orer the western campaign, making its influence felt Oo the stay of the enemy ia Belgiuni. Prestdeiki Mamoch of the Board of trade Is here, there and everywhere, but always bent, on the same business '-the interests of Lethbridge and the Sotifh country. , The visit to Winnipeg we hope Will b6 fruitful in linking up the Weybnm line, a matter of vital importance to this city as well as the dOunlry east of here. With the market opened to us in the United States from 1912 up to the presentv time the advance In the amount of exported wealth to the tJnlted States has increased from $104,115,82* in 1911 to $163,372,660 in 1914. Will the 1911 opponents of the V,'6. milrket kindly stick up their heads noW and repeat what they saidj^^|]y tliree years ago. No! ,Dr., ,a&d efr�ctively. CoUtldsMng oWf v-'-^axHrQi winds, Lethbridge has much to s! b�::�rat*flil for the intiwiueBey of , ^ fires and the small extent of Are � "i- loBsec. to take up ... They're afraid, their regiments on March 1. But the farmers haven't forgotten Albert Snllivoll, B.A., fOrtner priU' their opponents Of 1911. ' ^ l^^i^'lIS^fA schools in B.C.. to succeed Il.*G;MtiC-laurin, also formerly of N�lsoni who How. would the United States be has been appointed prlndipal of the able to cope tvith an invader from the . ,1, ^, a' , . . Indifference to law and defiance of Atlantic side? The advocates of a jaatioe will force the United States to bigger navy in the Republic claim, of conscription of men for the army and course, that the present navy couldn't ^^vr Ml-patented and parcfaased lands who ^ yewfiwt Itt'a.positio to buy seed. -protest was'inspired by a state-r ttaat ma^ by^> Bruoe Walker, com-tthMloaer oC-^lBunlgt�tioa at Winnl-' J>ei> if^ho la a;letier to W. A. Buchanan, M,P.. aald: . V 'la^th* toeaaUme I aiay. say that the COYemment seed grain relief contemplates only 8e�d grain to those homesteaders on unpatented homesteads .iNtO'-hav* lost last year's, crop. This alone has been definitely decided." , ICblM statement was made in a let-terj written on Doc. 4th. The Herald at obce l>'otested and declared that every farmer in need of seed grain and mable to purchase it should be Cti^en assistance by the government. Since that time Mr. Walker has ,wrftt�n a .letter to the Grassy Lake 3o4Td of Trade. In that letter he > aaldi :s.-3to^r letter, to the Hon. Dr. Roche lias been referred to me for attention, ttpd tti.reply I state that this .^epnrtment Is making an advance of seed- groin to needy homesteaders on unpatented land who lost their last icrop and are'financially unable to s�-;cure sseed \ for .themselves. Wheal, oats and barley, only, will be distri->at�d in sufficient quaatltl^ to sow jhKj*^�^e,i ;tbat all who have 'land ready ^^rjiaeed,! and cannot procure same "Ibyiniilsl^ea, through flnanolal dlfflcul. :tl�|l^^�|U he,jnipplied ftom^^ t^^ depart-, .vSimifh ftonfir^.j* soon as this point selves thereafter, while the enemy could arm .'himself ad infinitum with our own equipment" .Might be a good Idea if the U. S. meved itaaraimment plants to the interior. DIFFICULT TO KEEP SERVANT. IN FALKLAND5 (Lonaott