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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBHIDGE PAfLV MONDAY. lib; JUtbbrifcge Tberalfc Hlbcrta BAILY AND WEEKLY Subscription Rates: delivered, per week IOC 'Daily, delivered, per year Bally, by mall, per your ,Weekly, by mall., per year......S1.00 TELEPHONES Business Office............... 125! Editorial Oftlce 12M W. A. Buchanan John Torrance Managing Director Business Manager Dates of expiry ot subscriptions ap- pear daily on address label. Accept- ance of papers after expiration date is our authority to noutinue the sub- scription. Your King and Country need you right nsw! THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR success has attained the allied ently for over a year without much! encouragement have- at last cleared a i path by tho Inking of Oorltla. Trlette. j the great Austrian seaport anil navalj base on the Adriatic is now only 27 miles the advancing Italian arm-! les. Italy is commencing to do thin? and Vienna Is beginning to i shiver as is Budapest. j The Scrbo-Francc-British army of is now in touch with Bulgar- ian forces north ot Salonika while the Turkish force" attacking Suez have been defeated and scattered. Just where Divine Right Wilhelui can get eirvn SS1N( UP IN FOR THE BUSY KAN much satisfaction out of the trend ot events today, we fail to see. The war is doing better every clay. NORTH AMERICA Lieut.-Col. A. E. Swift. D.S.O.. of Quebec is reported Bounded. A Ruthenltri convention at Sask- atoon of five hundred delegates sent the Duke of Connaught a message af- firming the loyalty of the Ruthentans in Canada, Hydro-electric municipalities are anxiously watching' developments in connection with the move of the Elec- trical Development company to pre- vent power development at Niagara HAS BIG WHEAT CROP Bulls in the Chicago wheat pit have by been out with the big stick knocking j the crops in Canada and the United I The government of Victoria. Aus- the United tra.Ha. has under consideration a pro- takcn in the near [u. States so h-artllv that government steppe, in the oth- er day and had a few words to about the wheat situation. It was the ture. other day after the U. S. government j. estimate put the wheat crop of that Lieut.-Col. Glen Campbell, of Win- countrv at bushels as i of the !07th Battalion has