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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta TUKSOAY, MAUCU 2, LETHBRinOE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE ALBERIA LEADS IN Nil -o So Far -ItiOO Veterans Have Set- Approved Total REPUBLICAN PEACE REPRESENTATIONS WAY SOON BE ADOPTED OTTAWA, (March Canadian j statistical summary just Issued by the soldier settlement board Indicates that loans have been approv- ed by tlio bonnl totallinB almost and that about return- ed meu the uecosaary testa to qualify them Up to February 14. the num- licr of settlers', loans approved was 15.S03. and more IS.OOG wcro es- tablislicd on farms and given a good ttart in (heir agricultural carvers. .'As might be- exjieclfd, the four west- ern provinces lake tho leading places in tilts work, but Albcrtu IKU; tbo high- est average in having total loans ap- vnjved amounting to almost 000, allotted to about WOO settlers. lAlmust si-ttlerii have actually been established, tiud nearly li.avo qualified, 200 "more now in training. SasknU-ueu'im comes second with in approved loans allotted to -3.000 sttlleri, of whom arc established out of nine thousand One hundred nion arc now In training. British Columbia boats Manitoba in the race for third iilace by bavins O.QOO.OOO in unproved loans to Maul- tuba's Tho total number of loans approved In Brit'ish Columbia, is ncnv 2.135, only uvo more llinn' lint settlers have been as against 1.7S9 in ilanl- tuba. The total qualified tor seUlc- inent is aftliousli Manitoba has t-.OTS. vlCacb of these provinces now lias over 100 in training. Ontario is, far iu the lead of tiie other provinces, more than doubling on her ueares1. competitor, the prov- ince of Quebec. Urunswick leads the three maritime provinces, doubling on Prince Edward Island, but only sllfiht- ly Mhend'of Nova Scotia. The already disbursed sdr soldier settlement .purposes has expended truler iim'll iiij-; To purchase land, J31.620.o5j; 10 remuyn encumbrances, Vur permanent improvements, r-yO; for stock and cciuisiment-. (.OS. This a Jotal of S5S.9M.- '.'7S. 'flic actual number of an- proved is new lo.OSn, subdivided as fallows: i'urciiasert 'lands, 0.7S3; privately ownc-d iaur'.s, Dominion lands, WASHINGTON, March unchanged of Iho Hopuulican peacu treaty reservation regarding domestic was in the sen- ate today wlien a substitute Iiy Senator Ilitctico'ck of N'ebraska, thT admhilstraliou leader, was Mean JUatleu Dander In every hour a coU U illowvJ to run. Auiitoilure lohUitfyour quJcVlyVatkloteaSUi uid n alh and tvoU coiflpllcitioui piocupi of Syrvp over 60 .a use. GRAY'SSYRUP: RED SPRUCE GUM fan., March Oanadlitn Press) Inler-collegiatr j j juijing comretltlons liclwccn (cams i jfroiu llanUolm ami Hnstatcliowan an- j jTlcultur.il colleges fcaliirccl this inorn-' i ing's nt Hie Manitoba Winter Pulr. This afternoon judging is to commence in Clydesrialc. I'erclicron, lielRinns, swine iinil gxtnllrr, while lor the evDnlng, in to tho ot (nt calves and police evciils, Hie konl. Shetland pontcs ami efnglo clrivc-rK in harnca.i will he select- ed. j KItly-tivo EtuilonU from ilio Manf- i tohn. ColicKC and three I from Saskatchewan laklnj; irart in ODCH jiKlstnK coiniielilloii. Tlie dents are given eighteen mimitfs to place imlnialii and fhren minutes in which to oxulniu their [ilncinss lo Hie Indge's. i Fair's Growth Announcements of winners will not j oo aviillahla until l.ite tills afternoon.' I'rcslclcnl ,1. McGregor ami Hon. i Vfilentinc Wlnklcr, in (heir remarks j DreceilhiR the formal opening of the I fair MpiKlay night, referred to its rap- Id Krowlli. Twelve years at the i first fair held there wore Fevep hc'ad of cattle nnrl cifiht i exhibited. At tills undent ilicro j sic 300 head of cattle tliat would do credit