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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR ;T H Is L K T If ri I? 10 G E DA It X U BB A L n WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1C, She Tbevalb alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY SUBSCRIPTION RATES Billy, delivered, per Gaily, by mail, per year...... by mall, per TELEPHONES 'Bnrtncss Office 125! Editorial Office W. A. Buchanan 1224 john Torrano Managing Director Business Manager THE WAR SITUATION TODAY The aggTessive advance ot Allies in northern France and Belgium cou tmues with unabated success, and the enemy htis fceen pushed hack iiito his entrenched positions along Courtra: Thielt and Uruges. Little by little Belgium is being recovered from the invader, and portions of northern France have been, likewise, clears! of, his pestilent presence. It is a losing fight that the enemy Is Paging, both in the western and eastern areas. From the latter his efforts to outflank the Russian right has been so far frustrated. The ad- vancing column which had toeaten the Russian forces some little time back at Soldau, and has been endeavoring to push through at Jliawa further east, in the hopes of detaching the Russians operating along the frontier East Prussia has met viih defeat. Forced to occupy his former posi- tion, and failing to accomplish his object In outflanking the Russian right, and pushing through towards "Warsaw from the north, a new com- plexion placed on the enemy's cen- tre advance towards that city. If strategy is similar to that of the Servians Hiay look to a repetition of what has befallen the enemy's Austrian ally. Little Servia has drawn her big neighbor on, even to the occupation of her capital. Get- ting him sufficiently into the toils the Servians have turned and rent him in a fierce 'battle, recovering their city and inflicting substantial defeat. THE LAURIER POLICY PROVED RIGHT The old adage that experience makes us wise has amply justified its irath in the present war. The contro- versy, for instance, as to the sub- marine versus the dreadnought, has proved the efficacy of the former in naval warfare, and Sir Percy Scott, the exponent the 'submarine policy, has had his foresight acknowledged by being recalled.to an sition in the British Admiralty. The feat of the Sydney in destroying the Eniden, and the help the Australian fleet is rendering the parent fleet has justified the policy of local navies. Without any intention of- reviving 'ao old controversy at the present moment we, nevertheless, consider that at a time when we may be said to be learning our lessons it is only opportune that we should dwell on are assimilating, so that we may profit by the experience. :The present crisis has shown us the highly happy position we should ibe now occupying were we in posses .slon of a.navy o? our own. The les- sdn of the war should us towards bringing iflto being a Canadian navy according to the programme first out- lined by the 'Liberal government and agreed to by both parties. For that lesson is that individual co-operation with initiative has proved more effect- ire than concentration of fleets. In other words a fleet of our own to de- fend our shores, and the adjacent would (been found far more helpful to the Empire and to ourselves than three dreadnoughts concentrated in the North Sea. It id useless to argue that ne can not do what Australia .has. accom- plished'With her cruisers, and if any- thing is wanting to disprove tlitf Idea that we cannot raiae men of the breed we have only to poiat-tp the naval hero ot the .hour. Sir-Frederick- iiiBlatod against a great deal..of .op- position at thia cud on having Its own uavy, and thts Austvallau uuvy, when tho war broke out, wns found to bo tho right thing lu right placo. ,''IC Australia had developed thts in- dependent policy somewhat earlier wo might not have ibeen under the neces- sity of applying for the good offices of our loya! and obliging ally In the The Post concludes with the dec- laration: "These things point also to tho great truth that if this Empire is spared under Providence to continue- its development, that development will be up'on lines of freedom and co- operation, and not upon lines of cen- tralization or YOUNG MEN TO THE FRONT The youag men are coming to the front in the service of the C. P. K. Mr.' Bury, who has just been, made vice-president at Montreal, is a com- paratively young man, and he displays fondness for the services of young men. Mr. Coleman, who was brought up in the Bury school of railroaders s very- little beyond the thirties, an tie has (been appointed to the respon srble position of assistant to the vicc- iresitleut and general manager Winnipeg. There is no question tha Mr. Coleman. has a very distinguishe areer ahead of him in railroad work Ko has made 'good in eVery positloi he has filled so far, and his friend eel that he is competent to assumed by the large audience.', The M.I.A. at both wards' Java so- cials last week. Dancing, .games, and other numbers made up pleasant'ev- enings. Basketball is the principal feature at the K. A. gymnasium just now, and the boys are.anticipating the pleasure of meeting the Edmonton athletes dur- ing holidays. .Joseph Marker, recently of tha Northwestern States mission and an old K. A. boy, visited the school on Wednesday, morning..Hfg address was ona.of numbers.of the'week- ly programme. Whei win Save If yoa don'l Save NOW? Though yeur salaryor Income will no doubt Increase, so will your many find that the latter more than keep pats with the former. Now Is the.time to start s. Reserve Fund -rand the Savings Department of the Union Bank of Canada Ii the. place to keep It. Deposit the extra you have on hand .can open in any sum, down to one draw Interest salt. OF CANADA SRASSY LAKE BRANCH LETHBRIDGE BRANCH B. KINO, Acting 0. R. TINNING, ;