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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta t�AGE FOUR !CI|E LETHBRlbGE""DAlLy HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1916 (lb; letbbrtbge Dcralb letbbi1t)oe, Blbcrta tAILYAND WEEKLY Subaeriptlon Ratei: Daily, delivered, per week ..... lOc Dally, delivered, per year ......�5.00 Dally, by mall, per year........�S00 Weekly, ty mall, per year......�1.00 TELEPHONES 6uslnc88 Office ............... Editorial Office ............... W. A. Buchanan John Torrance kanaBlng Director Buelnags SlanaKer TCour King and Country Need You Blgtit Now round the circle of: the war Very extensive gains on the l>>ench ' lines claimed by the Germans and an Important advance by the Italians Were features of the war news yesterday. The Germans claim to have penerated the French lines to an extent of two miles, and have taken 3000 prisoners and qtiantities of material.  The new offensive was delivered east tt the Please river. Gains are also iplalmed in upper Alsace. Tlie Italian advance carried the Italian troops far towards their goal, the city of Trent, towards which they Piave been striving for weeks and inonths. In Gngland, Lord Derby has been apiiolnted to head the new plans for >ir defence, and Lord Robert CecU i>as been appointed as minister of blockade and war trade. GOVERNMENT'S CURRENT EXPENSES TOO LARGE  The light of mature consideration has fallen on Sir Thomas Wliite's Budget and one feature is being assailed, the retroactive feature which is deaorlbed as reactionary by some members. The mass of Canadians, iowever, -will not object strongly to this feature as the tendency Is to inake the able man pay. However, there is one feature in connection with the budget which few members of the house have touched on, and that is the failure of the government to reduce its expenses for administration of departments, thus causing the finance minister to raise a very large sum for ordinary expenditure in addition to what is required for -war purposes. The Financial Post, which cannot be said to be opposed to the Ottawa government, says In this connection, that: "A regrettable feature is that Sir Thomas has not been able to Induce the heads of various departments to cut down estimates to any material extent. Ordlnaij- expenditure has to he provided for to an extent verging �upon the high mark In our history. In business undertakings. Sir Thomas Bbaughnessy furnished a good example, ordinary expenditure has been fixt down drastically. Similar 'war imeasnres* might reasonably have been expected from the responsible ministers of the crown. No more appropriate time than the present exists for radical measures in reducing the cost of administration which The Pi-jianclal Post has no 'doubt could be , done without In the least impairing the efficiency of service. At a time of naUonal peril some of the successful businesa men tljat now sit at the Tight of the speaker might be induced to put aside partisan consideration and apply the same principle to the operation of public service departments that are applied in their own husInesBes. They know perfectly well that the clerical and other work done for the, government of the country costs twice, or more than twice the same work costs In their own estab-llsbments." We h^v^ a good example in Lelh-fcridge of what can be done to curtail current expenses as a war measure. Both the city and the school board have done much in this direction. Is there any reason why the federal government should not set the good example? But they have utterly failed to do so. true. The German^ mark Is about 23 points down, and Germany's exijort trade is nil. That is verj- good evidence that the allied blockade policy is producing results. FOr further evidence as to internal conditions in the Teuton empires wo can gather some satisfaction from the following extracts of letters found on German wounded and prisoners who have fallen into the hands of the French. Translations of these ex-tract.s follows, and as the contents coincide pretty closely with what we might expect, we are satisfied to take them at their face value: November 21-After ser^lce the pastor came back and told us Joyfully that peace would be declared in February or March. E^eryone in church began to crj-; you could hear their sobs. December 12-You know A, the confectioner? He is training at Schles-wlg. WTion they gave him a ritie he fought and kicked, "I will not have it: 1 will not have It!" Recently another recruit fainted with fear. Fine men to defend our coui>tr>-. December 5-Many men from here have already been killed. An able-bodied man is becoming a rarity, November 17-It is natural we should sometimes lose courage. No one can think of pleasure, as there is nothing but mourning and misery. November 26-You simply ought to mutiny. That would be much better than getting killed or maimed. You have been at the war quite long enough, and we women, too, have had quite enough -of dying with hunger. �Berlin, November 5-The discontent caused by the deamess of living is increasing. Added to which is want of work. The morale of the people is very low. It will need verj- little for their anger to break out. December frr-We hope the war will soon, finish. People are beginning to bo restless, and provisions are short, Saturday we had our first riot. October 10-Soon we shall not know what to buy. Everything Is scarce and dear. The war must end soon or we shall die of hunger, as they say our enemies are doing. Tangstedt, October 29-We have potatoes, and that is the principal thing. God grant we do not die of starvation. If this w^ar goes on we shall lose all our courage and patience. Without the government allowance one has to go hungry and barefoot.. Berlin, December 5-In Berlin there is nothing .money can buy-no more food, no more milk. Eggs cost forty pfennigs. X � Ka of tke F � at o n � l>]rraatld ]>lla Treat meat yon, Offered K^ee to l*roTo Wfcat M AVIU Oa far You. Pyramid Pile Tr e&tment Klvea quick relief, stops itch-... 1 n fr, bleedlne or protruding piles, hemorrhoids and nil rectal trouliles, In the privacy of your own home. SOc a box at all druf^Klsts. A'alnEle box often cures. Free aample (or trial with booklet mailed free In plain wrapper, If you send us coupon below. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PXRAXnO DRUG COMPANY. Fjrramld Bids.. MantuiU. Mich. Kindir send me n Free sampio o( FynunldPileTmtiBcnt, In plain Wrapper. Kame........................... Street ....^..................... City......... ....... State. F)ICKED UP IN ASSING r-1 FOR THE BUSY MAN MAP OF ALBANIA Bulgar txoops have , occupied El-basan and ai-e moving "west to join the Austrians in cutting oft the Italian retreat from Duraxzo. Bulgars are now less than 20 miles from the Austrian army from Tirana and have occupied Fiera. \ Lawyers in Alberta are strongly | urging the .creation of a King's � Bench and Appeal Court. I One ol the most respected citizens : of Goderich in the person of Mrs. William Kotheringham, passed away.j Corp. Gordon Galloway, ahrilliant: student of Toronto university, was killed in France. Nicholas Bitz, who owned a large farm near Lake Lenore, Sask., died suddenly last week while on his way home. ; - Dr. Goldsiioith, relumed to Toronto Irom the front, emphasized the ne-! cessity of good hearing on the part; of the men in the trenches. I King or Kaiser-which? Is there any good reason why yau should not be In khaki? Think it over. The income tax In Berlin has been raised to 35 per cent. The more tlie merrier. Nineteen recruits In 24 hours Ig a pretty good record for the Kilties. They are now on the home stretch. Help them win. The Turk says the fall of Erzerum didn't amount to much. However, Constantinople squirms .uncomfortably and the press agent's laugh loses Us force. Edmonton dispatches ' say the session will be short and sweet. We can get along very well without long drawn oiit debates these 'days. Business like despatch of the province's affairs is all the people ask, Fire starting Irom the furnace did; damage estimated at $5,000 to St. T Luke's Presbyterian church, Fort Wil- ' liam. The organ was destroyed.- ' Mrs. Castle, widow of the late George Elphicke Castle, and one of the oldest residents of Cobourg, is ' dead, in her ninety-second year. A bill to increase the capital stock of the \V. C. Edwards companv oil; Ottawa from .$iOO,000 . to $4,500,000 | was held up by the private bills com-: mittee. ' Hon. Col. Harry Cockshutt, president oi the Cockshutt Plow Co., re-' ceived authorization from Sir Sam  Hughes to raise and command the, 215th battalion for overseas service, I at Braatford, Ont. The unit will be' drawn from the county of Brant. At north Edgerlon, near Wain-wright, a woman named Mrs. Herma Vieweger, wife of Hugo Viewegcr, is alleged to have committed suicide by taking gopher poison, after a quarrel with her husband. She leaves three children of the ages ol 0, 11 and 12 years. . Noi Yoachim Allan, otherwise known as Altschuler, a Russian, who was found guilty - oi having operated with James Dallas, chief clerk of the Home Office, in dealing with passport frauds, was sentenced at London, to one year penal servitude. Dallas, who pleaded guilty, was sentenced to three years. With full militarv honors the funeral of the late Col. H. ,B. Yates, second-in-conimand of the general hospital (McGill) now on active service, was held at Montreal. Dr. Yates died in Ramsgate, England, on January 23, following a severe cold contracted while with the hospital in France. The body was brought back to Canada on the Sicilian. Lieutenant Eric (Buster) Rcid, a London, Ont., boy. and McGill, University undergraduate and football star, returned to London on three months "leave of absence.".. He left Jot' the frcint as a private and was mSde a lieutenant and. won the Militarv Cross while serving with the Third 'I'oronto Battalion. He was wounded twice and is recuperating from his injuries. Muster Roll of the 39th Battery The following is the muster roll of the 3�th Battery, which leil for the east on Sunday night; Major A. B. Stafford, Lieut. F. S. t-'iimer, Lieut. W. J;. Moorehead, Lieut. A. .M. Naismith, Sergt. Major R. J. Kearns, Q. .M. S., W. Steven, Sergt. D. W. Patterson, Sergt. E. P. Pittard, Corp. K. P. Johnston,'Corp. A. Lothian,^Sergt. H. J. Chiswick, Sergt. H. Moorelicad, Sergt. C. F. Dell, Hdr. V, A. Redmond, Corp. F. a. Hoivoak, Corp. R. Warrior,'Bdr. J. Haines, Hdr. P.' P. Whitnian, Corp. G. F. Davies, Bdr. L. Leigh, Bdr. F. Do�-ncr, Trumpeter, F. Stowe, Trumpeter G. H. Hogg, Gunners C. Bacon, J, Baunenaan, J." B. Harkicy, H. N. Bennett, G..T. Blunt, Bdr. C. D. Bird, Gunners H: Bourne, J. Carter, J. \V. Cliandler, B. E. Chaplin, L. Close, D. A. R. Cocq, F. J. Colpman, W. Cone, R. A. Cooper, J. Crossley, A. W. Davidson, W. C. Dallin, .1. W. Eccleston, S. Ervine, E. Kthier, J. Ervine, R. B. Ervine, E. H. Fleetwood, C. H. Fraser, J. Fiimer, W. Gwiiiiam, H. J. Greer, t. J. Glayzer, Bdr. M. G. Gerbrach, Gunners B. Hacketl, G. Haines, Bdr. J. H. Hamilton, Gunners P. Hartlev, J. S. Harris, T. J. Holli-day, D. C. Hooker, E. J. Hooker, H. Pi. Jack, R. Jones, E. A. Jones, F. Kane, E. Kempton, J. Kerr, T. R. Kerr, J, Larson, J. Lindsay, J. F. Logan, R. Lothian, H. Lowe, A. L. Lucha, H. Marcliant, W. C. Mat-noch, A. Masson, Gv Masscn, W. Mas- JUST OPENED UP! Ouf New Spring Coats In Ladies', Misses' aiul CUiUl't4 The Smartest Goods Yet! Every Coat rtistiiiet; Every Coat a Beauty. ' 0 Ladies' Spring Suits in Newest Styles Our buyer lins just returned from tlic Etis't. Our Ladies' Spring Suits will lie here about March The newer styb's l\) s])ring are prettiei- than ever, largely a eom-bination oi' I'oplin and Silk. We bought liberally and still have 110 t\vo suits alike. You owe it to yourself as a-good dresser to see our line before ordering Your Spring Costume. E. J. HILL & CO. H.M.S. AKETIirSA WRECKED BY MINE HOW THE BLOCKADE AFFECTS GERMANY Ijjrd Lansdowne and others o� the British cabinet are ol the opinion that the allied blockade of Germany Is doing lis work effectively and will bo oven more effective as it tightens *H) wherever weak'spots are discovered. Jjord CliarlBB Beresford is very out-Bpoken in his opinion that tiia blockade la. by no means as effective as it Mhould,: and � might be.  I� AiA knew the internal condition In Oer'inany and Austria we could tell who rlffhj;,But ttie 'I'eutoaa are,] coVeiing "up ,f(!oi;41tlonB within Ww\j-bound^rlfs ajid uny informationJ;>v.eJ have'^le onlyV^uesB' work. Bin Uier*� ' V, C. BROWN, Supcrlnientloiit of Cvntral Western nr�nrh�� mm $15,000,000 reserve fund,,f?J,500.000 savings bank accounts I Interest at the current rate is .ullowodvon all depo^,,p^v>f $1 jtnd upwards.: Careful attention is jjiven to-every account/ Small uccounts are wolcoiwitj. Accounts may \bO;opened anil operated by mail, '�� -,, Accounts iTiay be opened in thenanius of two or nioro pei'spns, \vi(li� drUwftls'^o be madi^ by any one of them or by Ihe survivoc. \ Wp8 L^tl^^ Branch - K T/Brym{|e!�j Mgi 0100020102020202484853234823534823024823482300532300012348239123234848915323234823235353480000 ;