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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta N'OLUME IX. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 11 Il'I^SDAV, .Il'LY (i. lilHi N(;MI}EI\ 17-4 ^ST FRONT Have Broken the Lines of Communication of the Forces Defending Lemberg LIEUT. R. G. SWIFT LIEUT. A. COOPER At olio (iiiio on till' stalT of llio f.etli- Koniicrly �.vith i;..\.\V..M.P. iit Car-bridge .liiil. iiuiiiKay, capt. h. e. McClelland Forinorly a ramlior at Maplo' Crock. LIEUT. KELTIE Artillery Soon to Open New Bombardment in Preparation for Pushing Wedge Still Farther Into German Defences Vin\^. viii LvMuioii. .luly fi.-Tho fon- W'lio joiiiffl :iH 11 privntf and was pro-] (,;,�,, ,)� oip i-oi.-British soldiers who have �.ciilored diiKouls at Mametz have d scovered many evidences of Teu-tonir; love of comfort. I'nderground Iwellings are palatial and the amount !)f food or liriiik foumi in them is prjdiglous. .\ certified inventory of one of the habitations occupied by a captain iiows that bis iirovender included twofity tins of corned beet in addition lo sausagc.-i, polled meats, tinned salmon, dried and bottled fruits, (aimed vejretabhs, numerous kinds of biscuits and several whole cheeses. He also liad in a cellar below his dugout two casks of Havarian beer, gin, whiskey and live "y^')*;, "l^; ! Sortiiont farm, also threaten Clerey. iPlo- German attempt, at countei-attacks ,  London, July C>.-A neutral diplo uiatist stationed in Germany, wlio re-' hnyc all been checked. The organiza-;(>ently visited London, informed his't-on tliat has been accomplished is  The liritish are still engaged all alon.^� their front from Ardecort to Com-Nolwitbslanding heavy Ger- immm Cabinet is '�colleagues here that it was impossible' 1,'io'i'c remarkable in the face of '�vc contimted 1 ^l;;^;;;;;";^''';.'^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^alntd As German trendies are occupied, said, and the--popuhuion"'generally i be^t"^ weTthe.- so "now the" ad^^ance 1 �vIast. BEFORE PRIVY COUNCIL Ontario Bilingual Case-Hearing Has Been Started Ottawa, July .'i,-The Ontario bi-lliigual case was slated for its initial argument before the privy council in Kngland yesterday. The I'"'roiich lOdu-calioiial association received a cable to thai effect. The utmost coiilidonce prevails In From'li-t'aiii'.diaii circles that their llrst legal victory will In accomiillslied. case we are bound to gej a good man for pj-esldent." Mr. lleebe is enthusiastic over eon-dllions ill this district, and says he never saw Letlihridge looking better. He is d^'liglited with the prospects for a big eroi), BANK CLEARINGS Week ending .luly (Uh . i5Hi2,flSO Same period last year ;inr),H)2 Increase of ul per cent. COME IN For the fourth successive luorning C'liief Hardy today reported a clean slate at police court, and Magistrate 'Elton is almost forgetting what the ; interior of police court room looks like. Nothing In tlie semblance of a -- and d. has been noted on tlu; ,� . I  iiT 11 'streets all week, setting a record that American Legion Does Well-.phn^s the difference between the dry Highlanders Ncpd Men At "i" "'fit days, Aceor ; ^ > * s� � ? ?   - � 45 ;