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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta L PAGE POUR THE LETHBRIDOE DAILT HERALD MONDAY, JULY 15. 1918 Xctbbrlboe, Hlbcrta DAILY AND WEEKLY Proprtetori and Publtihofv fHI LETHBRIDGE HERALD PRINT-INQ COMPANY, LIMITED 23 6th Street South. Lethbrlrfa* W. A. Buchar.�n President and MnnnglnB Director lohn Torrance  - Dustneii Ma&ak�r Bflsincss Kdltortel T2LF.PHONE8 Otnce .......... omc� .......... 1S61 1M4 8ub�orlptlon Ratasi Dfttty, aoUvered, per week ....v JO patlr. delivered, per year .....IB.OO Dally, by mall, per year ......J4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year ^.�jl" JWeeWy, by mail, per year to T7.3.. 12.00 Datet ot esplry of subscrlptiont ap-ear daily on addreis label Accept-�noe of papers iSie: explratian date U anr authority to continue tie �ub-.; icrlpUon. .THE PROGRESS OF THE WAR. The Inacttvity on the -n-estem front has been broken by the resumption .ct the German general attack, which ?was recommenced this morning her iron and steel Industries will no doubt bo stronger than over; but for the raw ninterials which are essential to many of her other Industries she will have to go bogging overseas to countries which are for the most part at war w.'tf! ,'?cr "or vant world trade is gone, and her economists are very doubtful whether even complete control "Of the Husslan market, wliich was prnctioally hors .inyway, before the war hogan, will serve ns complete compensation, Oormany was so sure of sppodlly .securing the domlnallon of Kuropo in 1D14. and so convlncrd that on such a victory world dominiv' i ocket of his friend. Premier Norrls has now his eugar card and holds on to It, most jealously. The family of the late George Wish-art Galrdnor, ono of tho pioneers oC Edmonton and district, and formerly at Justice of the peace there, may bo held to he benoflclarlos ot the estate o^ tho late Alex^inder Robertson, Magrath,' July 11.-Mis. Alice Wool-ler, MW-' "Eoiiise -Alston and da-nghter, .Celestlarha'ire returned trom a pleasant -vlBiftaUtih, -ft-here they spent the;}ast fiye';W'eekB,. , - A, JQ;lly. .h.nnch surpris^ Mrs. Wnu T.'iPasis'ey" Tde^day evening,''tho occa-8loi].:helng-that-lady's hirthday. A pleasant eveiiliig. -was .spent finished with a si^rMdl.ot, good things. . I'Siaf'lia.dtes^i?')^-into the Red - Cross - treaaury; the proceeds .of their day's.aepving; at.the tea rooms. .Mrs. Al Milior has a sister visiting her trom h^r;,in. Utah. She re porta the ctierrioa in abundance there .-Misa Porter.^ot Vulcan, waa in town last week looklng^ver prospects for a millinery;.and .djfessraaklng parlor. Miss Aleen Searle'ot Provo, is paying her brottierX'Roy and Earnest, visit. Miss H^aelvRirle spent a few day with her ^Isterat Boazer. -.The conjoint M.I.A. held their re �gular medtipg Sunday evenlijg. The subject, "p'ellgious Forces That Have Influenced the .Nations," was ably treated bj M^^rrll Neilson, Chas, Jensen and '.^.ha^lia Brikga. Duette, Mrs, Babcock amiflprbw Clark andiharitone BOlo, Lyn tllbb.. Mrs. JolHi iJ. Glhb has returned from a visit'tb. her father in Wyom i�g. . Mlas Marg4rP't "Watson spent the weet-end at -Bar K 2. Meut. .9>rt