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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGEFOUB THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD TOESOAY, AUGUST She- Ueralfc Hlberta ptlLV AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, per year..... by mail, per year...... Weekly, by mail, pot S.OO 1.00 TELEPHONES: B'JSlnesi OBcc ]H] Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan John Torranct UanaelnE Director Businesa Manager 'ho Is a'politician." The London Ad- vertiser, iv Liberal paper, seconds this and says that Sir George !ms shown a .bigger brand of. statesman- ship than many ot his contemporaries. are only too glail to third it. Sir George lias forgotten politics entirely during this war and has stood forth since August last as a real patriot. Since returning to the ministerial benches Sir George has given plenty of evidence that ho hns forsaken the petty political role and risen to high- er ground. He enjoys the esteem of all true Canadians. The Edmonton Journal, a Conserva- tive paper, says: "Lord Kitchener found that an organized newspaper campaign to slimuhile recruiting help- Jed him very materially in carrying out liis plans, and there is little doub I that from now on the Canadian sov- I eminent would do well to follow his ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE WAR The Balkans :irc the key to th present war situation, and matters j jr_ (his The re- ire rapidly approaching n crisis there. ,ig5 vepy salisI-aet0iT in Tie efforts of. the diplomatists of the ,he couatrv and the allied powers align the Baikan ,.._ n._ Elates wholly against Germany and Austria, have ihus far not entirely succeeded. Servia and Greece do not seem inclined to give up territorial, concessions demanded by Bulgaria as (he price of her alfl, and which de-1 panels appear to be reasonable. The Servian and Greek parliaments are now in session and a definite decis- ion is expected. The Russians are still holding the Germans in check along the Dvina river, where the most important fight in difficulty in the past has been i to outfit and train all who .wish to go. But already in some sections there has beer, a considerable falling off in the uumbers coming forward, and it is evident, be necessary to nns of impressing many of age with a sense of their duty. The newspapers on their own initiative are accomplishing a great deal. Tout E more systematic effort is very desirable. The situation at the front is encouraging, but a steady supply of men from Canada must toe ing is taking place so far as the east- i i{ Dominion is to do its era situation is concerned. The Qer- j proper rart in bringing the war to mans are using every effort to cross j (hc that we can af- v t._rdanelles is at hand. On vestern frontier quiet evidently ford even to think of." The Victoria Colonist, the leading Conservative paper at the coast, de- precates the opening of too many war funds and urges that the energy and money of the community be applied to ____ in- order that they ma) close in their northern wing on the retiring Russian armies, and gain the road to Petrograd. No further news of the operations in the Dan the prevails.------------------------ The are once more rejoicing one of three objects, namely, tne rat- al the second defeat Inflicted by the I riotic Fund, the Red Cross Fund and the Blue Cross Fund. In this connec- tion the Colonist says: "As we are at present advised, it seems to us desir- able that efforts should be confined to one or the other of these purposes, and fchat those who may wish to as- sist in raising funds should obtain in advance the authority of one or the be passed arouuu other of these organizations. If we now the press is conjecturing. The Uo-our fluty by the fam.l.es of the London correspondent of the New soldiers: .it we do what..we can for York Tribune writes an article about those Who are sick or suffenng m the lorn inuum: hospitals in France and Great Britain, and if we extend our 'humane efforts Russians on the German fleet in the Baltic in its efforts to bottle up the Hussian fleet and thus open up a sea i to the porj of Riga. HONORS FOR LEADERS WHEN WAR IS OVER It is too early for the honors ot irar to be passes around but even the possible rewards for tie great military and naval leaders, and while it is certain that he is merely guess- ing, his observations are nevertheless j to the preservation of the lives and the usefulness of army horses,