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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LRTHBRIDGE DAILY HiftALP MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1615 Sbc alberta DAILY AND WEEKLY. SUBSCRIPTION Daily, delivered, per year.... ''Dally, lij- mail, per ycir Weekly, by wail, jior year.... TELEPHONES: BUG mesa Office EdftorUl Oflice lo tho public hou- Ihe necessity for IHo exceptionally heavy now luxation arc-so, Slid lo -Ktal' tlie iirocecdn. or fkut applied. "US tio'slrotcl: or the Imnslnalloii can any of the ntvv taxation iie said 10 bi necessary fur war puniwra. Tlic utmost nnlomil that will be used far thftt purpose during tho comlug fiscal yenr will be not moro than nlKKil 'six. million :rtollurs for interest on llic war and coutingoitclos or the pension fund. The finance minis- jlcr IMS admitted that while nil tlie war expenses TVill bp met by loan ob- tained from Great Hntain, it will still necessary, in order to keep up the rate of expenditure to which tlio Bor- ciwi government is lo -raii an additional revenue by taxation o (the aurannt tile now W. A. Buchanan John To i Director Business are expected to and evei THE WAR SITUATION TODAY ;bwn provWcd by -llie Thiny-two weeks, or eight calendar Lgbiic. nest year will likely see the 'niomhs, the war close today. Tlie (u H worse condition tban end of the period discloses .1 note-lover, lor, to use Mr. White's own .advance of !.Ue Allies in nor- 1 lvnrils lvs raised this ad- tliern France towards .La Bassce, and sliali still tie progress in the Champagne tiislrict. lo bon'ov, heavily over the .east oi 'Reims. the latest acquisition i fouriecn nibnlhs. to meet espen- nf (round in Uie latter locality -being for purposes other than -Col- in the neighborhood of Soulin, east! of the cathedral city, where positions js what we lmfj i-ecentlr captured -ay the enemy have [0 mt thD been recaptured. I expenditure of administra- While developments which nave I H. ,s a'conciiiion or affairs tuai Uken place iu Europe IQ lon, icl-orc cenily hive been iu ill rsjpecls wju. nmf' Tnj? 'papcr in ,.OIlllnon- able lo the Allies, ilie situsuon m j wiljf olbers ta ihe-Dominion, has fluctuated temporarily apin and again. Ihe advanlaye of the enemr. AH tlong the frontier of East Prussia the Russians hare been pushe-l .hack it? a JidUuc? Tiverapinj from leu 10 Ihirly miles outside. .The Russian line at this distance practically fol- lowi the- coafonuatlou of Uie East Prussian iborder. This line is, more or in by fortified positions, and a. gfance at T'JC mip. taking' localities mentioned Still Uie continued its reckless -disbursements oE the couu- nlRjrniflcenfc" revenues, and IE ad- dition weal so often to the London market for loans ilia financial journals of the capital were aghast (at the prospect. When tue. present government .ivent into theyi found u surplus of no less tlian in ihc treasury-rand ivlien that in' .the xrar news, will Srre an ade- qualt idea o.r the battlelrnnt in ihernrolaml. The line, startms north ;until atahe river Xiemen. goes ...foUowtaf .places, m order nimpd: Soiralki. Aupisioua, Os3o- goveni n-eu, sonihwestsrly to Przasnysz. rouoding- towards Ploc-k on lo ai-i -indications however point lo fiscal year was1 completed, this had mounted to a surplus of. TUea (lie. spending: .began in earnest, year the government; arc' OQB in arrears, altogctber capital i meat's OTrn HIJU res show that ivould JisTe been a most ser- pfurit this year had' die decrease mtame continued throughout tlie imsMns forward move by Uie wiia 1 elans Here and. in. the .nature.pt mohths before Uie j tcuntry with ira n-ooOfi, unrobes anu' -r' estimates (lie revenue fortified places, the enemy has an LVp lhft c'omlnff year difficult (asV in If Ike rate ot expenduure oi. the am further around _ Hauiw sovmment had been mam -Of the fiefetmp not inucli j ,ainedj thu wiUlout anv ad- lias been laleh hwrd The Hussltnc Uies ]iavc beEa ,U1 hold, or Bcient ,or Uc orflinan e5pendl 11 inougu.iliey bn'e retired) from advanced jositipns held, in iUe Iho German forces.irhlcli ieie- wm'nttnnn I ly 'despatched to "aid. tlie Aus- irians in gen- from tlie Russjans who had raid- ed Uiem. r oC PrzemriT, wliicli liag heen since still .holds out: Situated uorfli ot Uie Lup- Jiare.left for other 'purposes. Bui instead of spending, on ordinary the, Borden government, .is spending thus hecointhg hea-vllv m dett on ord'uaro" eipendi lure, which debt the neople will .have to make, good .in that call fori j the-utmost economy in their own ser- __nal Tor repealing the true lor Hiroujli ulach runs a ml flt ta Uie lha Liberals, are Branded, as .unpatriotic. Tlie.real la-ck of conuecunf it Truh Budapest, its eTjdeiiced br ;tlie test- its besieged con- tmne. to hold itself traded siere reata mtQ those who, in. the name of pro llojahr, IbaQ t' np [J rn JJr debf3 roj- in8ir reckless enraTasancee." CRITICISM AND A THREAT-1 ENED ELBCTION j Is coming out'or Otla wa. buUset debate, -sn'th -Sir Wil- f to tue pro-i poeala oC llou T "Wh'te, seema to warmed the blood or the poll ticam of the government, and' througj] Conserrative organs n e are] being'. primed for the; Eiulden .an-1 noanceineut thai an election mil be held, bUly In June Tue orgmj, Allying the Imown rale to a finish are Inputuiff disloyal motnes to Liberals for opoosin? tee govern f ment'a "war taxes fiaj to mate the old fa- UP IN MASSING .'THE 1USY HAN yaw, -nine-tentlis ot the people ot do not want an election until afteri the-war is-over. Neither do that -rant a wooden opposition at Ot tawa 1C Bovemment i using the war and the cloie interest of Uie the ctrun'e to co.er np of administration liaM, the people have a right to.tnoi, and the cinnot be disloyal motives In bringing adaiiBiitraUon light He (re bcginnllg lo realize'the tain" u-ir tales at all, to Tbe fine arts 'has been at Louvaine flm Fred Procujr, manager ol the anL of Montreal, B C, and vrell knovn in dealt. Private Jamb T Lcatherbv of the and are naturall} Prtnctss Pafa, icho enlisted in Cal- gary, died ot in b hospital at Boulogne, France Rev K 1> ,Scbofleld, 01 Fredsno- ton, K q accepted tbe Deanery oi Columbia Trhich cnrrie- irith it the rettorship of tbe Cathedral cliurcii at Victoria B 0 Ha'.tic liigelon OL TTwraas, On- 22 vears old bumed lo {I .hit deifente measure! to try faUini nTenne aid an In frUMd ezacaditnre balance up For ting tbe i foienment iff oat feden IhreatenlBg a tlcarh when the home oi her parents; was .destroyed. The: remains -wtre lound in the ruins! The Fjejjth Borernment has prepar-! ed a deem irhich eitends the period' I ot in France from Vpnli 1st to Jujio Beatrice Hojle, a domestic of Tor-' onto, Out, attempted to cnil her ll life b- lurniture polish Shell will recover Orleans hears that the British steamship VrjusbrooV ha- been seized I h> Calrjuza authorities at Camppihe1 and her comnlanoer, Captain Muir has trcn placed in jail There tc'n jpplicaviona to the Governnsnt tor t run from MUllier.i iml Saslatch Jt- tof4llmq i The Hoittnl av fllaacial iltuntlou lucidly tiaa it acrM "SwMfW 4P't8 bVSlnl-s" IN SIGHT OW The Big Bankrupt Stock of Bentley Company Limited is Drawing Nearer and Nearer the End The balance tif stock and Fixtures Must be Disposed of in r 10 Big Bankrupt Sale of Bentley Co. Limited Stock WANTED! Even- 3Ian and Woman in tho City.and.Vioiiiiiy-to this store for .the jiexlj 10-DAYS. The- entire stock' :1uist go: the prices; will suip'iisje you -at the -vast j oil make. No reserve. u Big Bankrupt Sale of Bentley Co. Limited Stock Men's Wool Underwear i 5iDc .ileii's --Vrool iRibbed Uiidershirts. Reguljir vfiiiic rip to sold at ...v5QC- Overcoats Half Price We have about SOvMeu's the Mme-_'to, .griib'them' at just 'Summer Pants lien's and St'ri.pud I'lannel." 75 Take your pick of foi S3.50 Men's Oxfords Tan or-black. Take your L'.hoice of aiiy pair of iuen's Oxfords iii the Men's Bopts 3.50 y: pair -of 3Ien's Pine Dress tan, black or. patent. in. tbe stbre, worth up for Ladies-' Boots'; "blaelt -or up to all Ladies' Oxfords .jioo -.'i-Ladies'. ..Oxfords; up to vSi-OO. tan, black or patent, all. in l.hc Eargain Bunks' for Ladies, Look At Them Half PriceV We ba-ve Pine Silk and 'Veils. .These are rtbsoluteiy.up-to-date and must be sold at just Small Takings Price -Spring is here. 'Wb'y you' can buy Laces, Embroidery, drillings, Veilings and hundreds of btherUines at PRICE -GrpcJcries All .at.'.Bankrupt-'-'Prices. This line sobii be gonei Buy now at less than WholesaleJpric.es. Building Paper We have a bunch of Building ..Paper worth; 95c a rpll. B ankrupt price 50C ami Crockery The' balance oiVthosc lines bo sold of cost for a final clear- anc-e.- jrou.v s now. i worth of High-class Fixtures For Sale Selling the Bankrupt Stock of Bentley Company Limited For The Do Not Exchange Goods Please don't ask it ai Glia IU IsluUon to lire to tlut it Ii nth tkal fair for pcrtiwil on' side at lie' to Ubtrali who to with matur da Ihtlr all lines oi trade the plan announced' a real ago b; tie Canadian Sulti comptn} to pav its employees a MX bonus has been catried out iTate Krai.1 Hattlej, of the 19th -of St Oathannea, Ont vif fwnficted of MansUujhtcr nnen ae Mtb tlie murder of njiilc thi. irere ot tto Aelund cjual aiferllwment in tbe Canad THE ALBERTA LEGISLATURE A Glimpse at the Provincial Uwrrukeri From thePrtiJ GJUery Edmonton, March IcBgiliy debate on the addreis in replj to the bpecch frbiri the throiie, resulted in Uut annjjcarion irill be Lio altick being mule tlw K0 "ern- iut UK inenrjwretnm of a excopt in connection with the uak to be giionn Ibe Colonial, i.iliiay poiicies. Mr; Tn-cedle led thij Bant of CaOMa ft is thought that and seemed to hinge his caw by Boihsb the dslay ol the C. N. Koud. .on 'promises despite the fict 6e tank mil Ibe that the guarantee rionei- il in the C. X. tftA'Vte goveriinicnLi -even i though be dWn't put W.s .parly on record by amentlrnDnt. This is IM iivotlU tJjc' pppojiition. H. leaves tbehi -free to talk which ever way >miK fiffiltr in, tb; variouit the province. banks, oi ilion. jiete -.'-i j made-a :C He was bHUr in .liii attack' criao.a and ..-d suite to he under the inipteatipn thit the of Commerce nave' itriiglc bold on the mogey aid won't W iv. 'anil cost. The in1 the i ianlt, 'but'