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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I^AGE FOUR mmm E LETHBRIDGE p.AIXT.^HERALO m THURSDAY. JANUi^RXv7� aLetbbuibge H^ctalb Xetbbri&ge, Hlberta DAILY AND WEEKLY , SUBSCRIPTION , RATE* iB�tly, dellverea, per year..... **.O0 �D*lly. by mall, per year,...S.OO WeeWy, by mall, per year.... i.OO l TEUEPH0NE8 A BnBlncBS Office-----........a^.. "52 *JEdUorial Offloe.............. "2* i W. Ai Bucnanan John Torranc* ; Managlag Director Business Manager � THE WAR SITUATION TODAY t Interest In the campaign is at pres-f ent centred on the enormous acUvity t! sho'wu by the Kussians. The invasion �! of Austro-'Hungnry may 'be said to I liaTD started in earnest, and the Rus-I shin advance across the Carpathians B has hecome morc than a mere raid ol : Cossacks as it was in the first tn-1 stance when the Czar's troops made i- their appearance in the Hungarian plain. The early experience of the cam-; paign is being repeated both in Ga-licia and in East Prussia. In the former the Russians evidently hold .? this time with a firm grip the tenl-tory they had won and lost, and the . "ramshackle" Austrian Empire, - as . Mr. Uoyd George termed it, is verily being shaken to pieces by the victor-) ious Russian troops. They have pene-V trated the dual Empire further than they have ever been in the course of ; the war, and with greater forces. In > East Prussia the Germans are again ^4 contemplating au attack from the I district of Thorn, hoping to drive the Russians back to the Niemen as they i had done before. However, clim&tio i conditions are now all In favor of ..eea, Incrpase^ by tlie .Geitoan requesttthat Amerieaa< cott- A Convention for the nomination of a Liberal ,i Candidiatei to represent the new Constituenqy of L e thbridge In the \ House of Gommons Will be held in the K.of P. Hall Fifth Street, in the City of Lethbridge January 13, 1915 At 2.30 p.m. The Primaries^ for the election of Delegates wiU be held in each Polling Sub-division, as constitutedin the Dominion Elections of 1911 Monday, January 11, at 8 P�II1. The delegates will bie chosep on the following basis, fixed by the Alberta Liberal Association: "One delegate for each polling subdivision as consti^ tilted at the last Dominion election for every one hundred voters or less polled at that poll, and an additional delegate for each one hundred votes or major fraction thereof in excess of the first one hundred votes." . .i II � "In the event of a former polling subdivision being divided by the boundary line of a new constituency, delegates for that poll shall be allowed to the constituency in which the polling place was situated and not otherwise." "No proxies shall be allowed at such conventions." BY ORDER Alberta Fede S. J. Shepherd, Convenor for the Lethbridge Federal District. "GOD SAVE THE KING ;