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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR l-HE LETHWnXJE HERALD WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. 1918 Ictbbriboe Iberalb IctbUriboc, alberta OAI LY ANU fnprtttan Publlthan f HE LITHBRIDQE KBRALO PRINT- INQ COMPANV. LIMITED US Etb Strttt SoiAn, Lethtrldj. W. A, rluchar.M FiMttlnit Ud UuiKtag DlNctei John Sdllorkl TlLKPHONSI Otllcs tuhurlptlon Dmfly, dilivtMd, par Dally, .delivered, per year by mail, Wwkly, mall, per 116! .10 fl.M 14.00 J1.M by mall psr jnr to TJ.S.Ji.M Datei ot ot subscriptions sp- daily on address label ot papers tftor eipirntlio Site U oar .autlorily to continue tie icrlptloo. THE PROGRESS OF TOE WAR. The laU In the fighting on the So- Issons front Is continuing. The Bri tlsh further northwest have retaken 'ground on tho Somme "taken by the. Germans. Allied activities In Siberia are be- ginning to take shape now. The forc- es landed at Archangel have assisted In, turning out the Bolsheylkl govern and are. now being Joined by Whltb Cua'rds in their march south t iheel the Bolshe'vlkl It Is er period the the Bolshevlkl governmen will.-mske .a declaration or -war Japan, as-well as the allies. CONFIDENCE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. Large sales of land every few day Indicate the complete faith In South era Alberta's production posslbilitie held br newconefs 'from souUi oE th line. And it "is significant that th same'faKh is held by the farmers o Southern Alberts, though tar bit tils yeirj Betting liemtelvi to' iiant a larger acreage than e neTt The contrast between spirit ot the people Is very noticeable. In 1914 there were Imndreda oi were .not -rjust'snr? that Soutiem "Alberta -would aver goofl as a farming district T9-day-thcre kro none irlio do riot be- lleTe comipaTed -.with any ptiier farmtng dVuriRt- .n North "Ainerlca, Sonthern" Alberta Ie Just a-little bit ahead, and the farmers who the gam> vrll eome out Ilia end. cteJ lUat mine alter mine would t't> jliged to clo.sa down..owing to high! ista oi production, and thai eventual-1 only the mines glvlag very dlsa ride ore would be able to continue roductio'u, unless the studaM of sold alues was altered to suit new con- .lions. His further 'argument was to Ihe ef-