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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FOUR THE LETHBRIDGE D A1LY- H E R A t D " --t-imeg-BB-ga .i i i i m i mi......n i . MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1916, Xetbbri^ae, Hlbcrta BAILY AND WEEKLY �ubtorlptlon RaUi: Dallr,' delivered, per week ..... lOo Dally, delivered, p�r year ......�B0� Dally, by mail, per year........JS.^C Wwkly. by mall, per year ......�1.M Builness Editorial TELEPHONES Offlcc ............... OMloe ............... "2* W. A. Buchanan ManaglDg Director John TorranoB BuslDSEis Manager ROUND THE CIRCLE OF THE) WAR Recent developments on the Verdun front lead to the belief that the Germans are preparing for furilier great Infantry attacks on the French positions. The heavy bombardment from German guns continue!, and thU U telleved preparatory to the new attacks, it Is known that German troops have been transferred to Verdun from the Russian front. Partlou-lar attention has been called to the fact that amongst the Kaiser's army are now appearing many beardless youths of the 1916 class, which Ss one Indication of how sorely pressed Germany must now bt for men for her agbtlng forces. The negotiations between United States and G�rmany are holding attention just now, for the situation is tielleved to be grave. United States holds Indisputable proof of Germany's troken pledges In spite of Germanj's ve produce the more we can save. Produce more on Iho farmh and in the gardens. Save more and help to win the war. LET US NOT WASTE OUR LABOUR- In this war-time all labour should be directly productive or should be assisting in production. Make it as cITicient as possible. If your labour.i� on something that can bo postponed, put it olT till after the war oncl make your iabour tell now. Makintf war is the lirst business of all Canadians. Kinciency in labour is as important as efliciency in fighting. LET US NOT WASTE MATERIALS- Begin at home. The larger portion of salaries and wages is 8[)ent on the home-food, fuel, tight, clothing. Are any of tlicse things beinR wasted? $20.00 a year saved from waste in every home in C.-iniidii will more than \n\y the interest on a war debt of $500,000,000. LET US SPEND OUR MONEY WISELY- Arc yoti spending your money to the best advantage? What do you think of extravagance in war time? Ten? of thousands of Canadians are daily risking tlieir lives for us at homo, Is it not our duty to be careful and economical ? Canadian dollars arc an important part of the war C(|uipment. Make them tell. Have a War Savings Account, Buy a V/ar ', Bond. THE GOVERNMENT OF CANADA 3 THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE THE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE ;