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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAOEPOUR ^flB LEnTHBRlDGB' �� wfeMrtpMcn RMMI DUly. ��UT�r�d, par wMk -W Dally, i�Ur�ni. ptr y#ar DaUy, by maU. par yaar ......M.�J WaaWy. by mall, par yatf -.jJ-'J WaaMy. by mall par yaar ta tJ.�..M.H Bktaa of axpfry ot ivbaertfttoaa ar KV dally'oa mddnaa bkal AoMpi aaa^ot papan Ota.- axnlnlit* 4m*m k air aatbortty to conuana tbia aub-" wmpaoVi THE PROGREM OF THE WAR. It U now q>ilt� clear according to dlapatches from the front, that the Oennans Intend to evacuate the Ro^e-N> salient entirely. In this case they -wfll be compelled to retire to the line held by them prerlous to their groat drlTe ot this spring. Both the French and British troops are con-tlnulns their pressure in this region and the 0�rmans are findinc their po-(ttlosa untenable. definite that tho war will hayo its final ending. Having admitted that he is on tho dofoneivn. tho enemy sllenllr fif'inils that ho lina no further hope or victory. His one hope notv it th.it by dp'ensive fight he can m^kc It so cx-P'lslve that (he Allies w!li be willing ) call It a draw and make terms on tnat basis. But It Is Pvldcnt that the Allies are not going to bo contented with a draw, that nofhlrig less than a definite victory will bo accepted. And to this end, tho Allied countries nro combing their manpower for more men. while the United State? Is spocdlng up its program to put 000.000 men In the field by next July, with tho object of putting -1,000,000 mon In tho battio zono as rapidly a.s possltile in order to force quick decision. AVith the German manpower on the wane, the f.istor tbo Allies can put an ovorwholming force on tho west front the sooner a definite decision will be reached. The past month's events have paved (he way for the end of the war. It may take a long time yet, but there is no doubt now of the resnlt even though tho Ger mass may be determined to exact a fearful price. THE POSITION OF THE NEWSPAPERS. "Editor and Publisher" makes the followla* statement of interest to the newspaper reading public: One fact stands out in hold relief Newspaper r�Tennes, under present conditions, must be increased, not diminished. There are but two sources of newspaper revenue-circulation and advertising. It is the policy of most publishers to provide for the cost of white paper through circulation receipts. Some ot them fall to accomplish this-others do a little better, The trend is toward higher prices for papers, hut this la always a slow development' ' � ; It is inevitable that adrertlslng shall produce the. bnlk ot the larger revenues required for meeting thie advancing coats ot newspaper publishing. Evan If the volume of ^vertls-ing shonid be increased the rates would, still have to .bo advanced. If the TOlume .should be arbitrarily restricted, tien-the rates woiild have to undergo drastic 'reTlsion-upward. Most tisera ot newspairers space reallre-*nd some reluctantly concede -that the average rates now prevailing are too Itfw; that publlahers are selling .their ,. chief commodity too cheaply. It is fortunately true that advertisers can make advertising pay, and pay handsomely, at a higher rate of cost to them for space. This is the savins 'act of the whole situation. It is the fact which must determine the new policies of the men who make our riewspapers. C.P.R.'^ SHOULD DEAL ^PICKED UP IN'* PASSING ^ ��r iS� The Hamilton policemen will form a union. Lieut. W. H. Williams ot Medicine Hat, has been wounded. Brig.-Gen. A. C. Joly do Lotblniero is gazetted ohiot engineer in the Imperials. Lieut. Gooiigo W. Gorman, ot the R. A.F., son ot Sam J. Gorman, ot Edmonton, Is reported missing. Mrs. Vernon Castle and Miss Lillian Russell have left for Franco to help In Y.M.C.A. entertainment work. Lieut.. Alex. M. Sutherland, son off tho late Dr. and Mrs. W. R. D. Sutherland of Winnipeg,-has been killed In action. The Bowness Golf Club at Calgary has been purchased by the Alberta Seventh Day Adventists and will be turned into a sanitarium. FAIRLY WITH THESE PEOPLE. It the TTnltei States goverament oonalders it. necessary that Sweet Oraas, away up on the nortliara bonn-dftry"oi'rork ot the tidn. Sevon-year-old Totnmy Smith, Mount Tiamilton, who had-been unconscious tbi^ six weeks following' a tall from a telegraph polo, la- now conscious, but cannot talk. He apparently under stands what Is 'said to'him, Judging by the expression of his eyes and Dr McGregor has hopes that he will cover. W. Harris, formerly secretary ot the New Westminster street' railway, 1 boon suspended from momhership in the local union for two months for his alleged activities In connection with the renont 24-hOur Strike called at V.incouvor, as a protest against the shooting ot Dratt-Evader Good win. A suit for llbol has been entered against the London Advertiser by Gib bons, Harper aiid Gibbons, represent ing tho London Loan Co. The news paper publlMhed a report date-lined from Toronto stating that a motion had been made to appoint a receiver for tho loan company. As a result of the Incorrect roport there has boon a run on the loan company and at) their capital iH lin'Kuly Invostod It has bpon nocesHury to borrow!, money ut a nigh rate of Inloi-eHi to cope with tho sit nation. 'I'lio amount aukod Is roport nd to'ba JICOOO. mim MAN STRUCK BY BOLT LIGHTNING.KILLED IH Wells, Driving in Cattle, Was Killed Instantly During Bad Storms CBpeclal to the IleraldJ Macleodi Aug. 16.-Wednesday, oven- VU, Uov. Salem 1). . lllnnd, ot Winnipeg wl'l preach. -jf-:--_- Rev. e; J. Hcdfllnt, 8,A., Patter 1271 5th Ave. N. Phone 1659 10 a.m.: Class meeting for boys and girls. 10 a.m.: Boys Department of tho S. S. in the Hall. 11 a.m. Topilc: "Did That Father Love Hit Son?" Parents aro invited to encourage their children to attend the junior congregation which is conducted In connection with tho morning service. 2.00 p.m.; Beginners and Primary Departments of the S.S. In tho Hall. 2.00 p.m.: Girls Department of the S. S. In the Church. 8.15 p.m.: Adult Department ot the S. S. In tho Church. 7.30 Topic: �"'The Rejected Stone,". SALVATION ARMY In Adj. and Mrt. Hamilton, officers charge, Sunday, 11 %.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m. Sunday School, 2 p.m. Monday, Thursday, Saturday, 8 p.ra, Tuesday, 7.30 p.m., Corp Cadets. Wednesday, 2 p.m., Home League. R p.m.: Llto Saving Scouts and Guards The Citadel Baud in attendances,. Snnduy an(1 Tliuraday S^ivlcos.. Everybody Welcome ANGLICAN St. CypiTan's Chtfrch Cor. Iltn Street and 8th Ave. South. Ntv. Canon W. v; McMlllen, B.A. Rector Matln�~ll a. m. Sunday School cn4 Bible Claitat, 3 p.m. BfVaN^ONO 7.30 p.m. Holy Communion-Itt and Srd Bun-days at 8.00; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 11 a.m. Baptltm-4th Sundayt at 4 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull Block, 7th Street S. Sunday Sarvica at 11 a.m. Subject: "Soul." Tho Sunday BcUool Is closed 1!UU St, N. Sunday School S-1 p.m. RvenluK SorvlCu, 7.30. Sulijufil: "The Threefold Salvation," Everybpdy Wejcoms. 16342033 ;