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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta -'PACK FOUR HERALD': JANb'MW i f -I OAILY AND WEEKLY. Subscription Dally, delivered, per wcci IO? Dallr, delivered, per year nally, by moll, per year Weekly, by mall, year .Weekly, by mail, per year lo U.S..ROO TELEPHONES fl'jslness Ofnco Editorial Office l-- A, Buchanan John Torrance Vanafilns IMrpclor Business Managar Dstca of expiry of subscrfpllons ap- jrcar dr'Ir on label. Accept- LUC'O ot papers ciplrntlon data Is cur authority to continue the HOD. uultcn might- well cussed.' Notional Ecrvico no doubt will ricelv.e some In oraii Is fraught with Bravo the Canadian public will'keep Its eyes closely on Ottawa in tlio neil Kino and Country nttA you right now' THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR The talk 6t famine In Germany la becoming more prevalent every day. The word now' IB that famine irouU Burcly come before tho winter fs out, EO scarce are tbe necessities of life. Tlic TfLqle populace U on trie vtifgtf of revolution, anil the Prussians bave appealed to tbe people lo cease their erumblinks and 'the'serious business of the Y.-n'r. i' lu tlie 'Teutonic vlc- I lories In'riunianl.vhavc hpeii checked. And on'other rronla'riotable'succeEses for forces an- llounced" The Germans have been unable to make any further .progress "1 'la-Rumania and beeri forced I 'IS raplured city b'f Braila. On the Russian front along -Ahe entire line a determined offensive -'Is being conducted by the Husslans, ind'in: Macedonia rtbc allies ere pre- paring, now that Greece has once raora been firmly dealt iritb, to enlarge Iheir campaign io cut tbe Berlin-Turkish railway. On the western front con- tinued thrusts at the German Hues are havinE 'tiel- eBect in weartnE down the and. disheartening the real CANADA'S NICHE IN INTERNATIONAL FINANCE In a review of tho uisl year and e discussion of Iho outlook, Mr. Fred FleM, edttor of Tim Monetary Times, Indicates In tbo annual mini ber that Canada lias acquired n place (n Iho realms of international finance. "Tue niche tuny bo hn Bays, "bul nevertheless II Is rilled. Flrsi wo have at Ottawa a fold depository o( (he flank of RuBlawl. Involving sold shipments dlrert from South Africa, from Groat Britain, froul foreign countries, through tho Canadian capi- tal New York. hare been able to advance lo Great Britain 000 as credits here. (or IJrltlsh pur- chaser Canada. Great Britain has advanced us war credits of. POD or njqro and we can flraw on an- other as deemed neces- sary. ThQ' privilege Is belns used but little. :To fund Its temporary in the Dominion PICKED UP IN JPASSfJVQ THE-BUSY MAN Bramutou ed by fire with toil i'lans aro on foot) (or making Ylc- orin the coaire of a larfc moving picture iDilUDtiy, which 11 Is laid will nrolvo an o( Sir Frederick Borden left no will. Administration ot Ills will place under the statute. It la beller- eil Iho eslate Is worth