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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN ECONOMY OF FIRST The .Standmd of OW SCIENCE PR0\TD l> THE VALUE OF SAVING In 1902, M. Currle discovered the ronderful substance ot radium which today the most precious metal the world. A sensational feature tt the dlscovory of tlil� metal had n epoch-making Influence upon nodern lite. Radium is obtained a product of tho mines which formerly was thrown away. This tench scientist taught the world an historic lesson as to the tremendous mte that goes on in many in-lustrles. At once there began the rogue of projects to eliminate waste vhich has resulted in a much more ifflcient industrial system. The itruggle with waste still goes on. The present war is a battle of peoples. Every home in Canada is co* In the Allied machine. Waste l the home moans inefficient belli- !erent machinery of which tho nemy will .take advantage. A home onducted with patriotic and self' espectlng thoroughness and econo-oy, on the 'other hand, is helping |o grind out results at the front, These results, aoouei thnn most beople believe, will emerge as a jlorious victory if every home does |ts part, or if the right course is iken in any fair number of homes. Money saved can be put quickly !nd effectively to work through tho urchaso of War Savings' Certlfl-ates at- eny Bank or Money Order 'ost Office.. More than 5% interest trad a clearer conscience assured. D-24. (From Canadian Rank of Commerce Monthly Bulletin). The success of the recent loans nt home and abroad should not be taken to moan that continued economy and saving are not of the very first Importance, Tho high cost of the loan In New York, and the present Inability of our cities and province.1) to nell their securities on that market, mean that a greater share of tho war will in future have to be mot out of the savings of the people. It is therefore Impora-tlvo that economy of the strictest kind be practised, so that tho money thus -.-.aved may be set aside for Investment in tlio war loans that are inevitable. Tho wall-known editor ot "Tho Economist," Mr. Hartley Withers, financial adviser to the British Government, says: "A port from borrowings abroad and realizing assets abroad, the savings of tho people are the only sources out of which the war can and must be financed, if the people do not save enough voluntarily to supply in taxes nnd loans out of savings all that the governmont needs, then the government forces them to save more by getting money from the banks, which the banks manufacture for it, By this process money Is multiplied, prices rise and compulsory saving is forced on the people-especially those least able to bear it-because their money, being depreciated, given them loss goods; and so they have to go without goods and' curtail consumption. The Idea that war can bo paid for by financial legerdemain, involving no privation to anybody, Is a delusion." POLICE FOUGHT MOB IN NEW YORK; SEVERAL ARRESTED. Aany Friends of Irish Freedom Made Trouble; Police Charged the Mob. New York, Aug. 29.-Tho most ser-llous street disturbances this city has [experienced since "soap box" oratory "became an issue between the authori- Itles and critics of the government occurred tonight at an open air mcet-of the "Friends of Irish Freedom." Several men and women wero arrost-Bd. The police had to fight their way through a turbulent, surging crowd in order to get their prisoners to the night court, where the uproar increased to such proportions that police reserves had to bo Bummoned to disperse tho mobs. Stephen Johnson, organizer of the "Friends of Irish Freedom," and John ). Moore, ex-secretary, were among those arrested. Fully 5,000 persons were packed in the street when Johnson arose to speak. He referred to a recr'iitin? party holding a meeting nearby as an "Anglo-Saxon plot of Mayor Mitchel nnd the board of magistrates to throttle free speech," and defied tho police to stop the meeting. Washington, Aug, 30.-In presenting Hon. Michi, special emissary from Japan, Senator Salisbury, of Delaware president pro-tetnporo of . the senate and acting in tho absence of Vice-President Marshall, declared the occasion "Symbollzos complete International fraternity which common consciousness ot international honor . has brought about." . "Japan," he said, "Joins our great young nation in pledging a now continuance ot our friendship which the troublemakers of the earth have tried so hard to interrupt. "The yellow peril was made In Germany and Shan Tung was seized; the Slav peril was made In Germany and Serbia was overwhelmed and Russia was invaded." Viscount Mlchl addressed the senate as follows: "I grasp this occasion to say to you that the whole people of Japan heartily welcome and profoundly approclato the entrance of the mighty nation ot yours in the struggle. We all know that you throw your mighty weight into tho struggle only after exercising a most admirable na-tlonce with a firm determination that this world shall bo made free from tho threat of agression from that black shadow of a despotism wielded by a nation taught with the mother's milk that tinman right must yield to brutal might. To us the fact that you are on tho sido of the allies is a moral victory. "I have an earnest and abiding faith that this association ot ours-thin proving of ourselves-in the highest, most sacred and most trying of human activities-me armed vindication of right and justice-must bring us to a still closer concord and add more confidence one in tho other, sealing for all time bonds of oordial friendship between our two nations." A Convenient Range The Kootenay Range has a ventilated oven; with nickeled steel wailty drop door, tested thermometer and a flue system that directs the heat twice around the oven. The grates are easily shaken; dampers handy and fire always under perfect control. Write for booklet. KOOTENAY RANGE LONDON TOKoirro _ ST, JOHN. HJL kortual wnrcrmo 5.,. ��*. HAMILTON CAT" SASKATOON EOMOHTOK For Sale by the TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. To Defend Canada s Coast 'Qualified Offioers and Men wanted at once . rfor service in the Canadian Naval Patrols*., IPA.V Oftocrt from J?.50 s day sad $30.90 and upwards \ l* " * monthly to dtpsadeatt. Men Iron $1.10  dsyl i�nd $20.00 �optratiea allowance^ Psity . oBoers $1.50 10 I , II. 90 �nd $23.00 Mparattsn, Muat be �oai ol Brilltk sub-jtof�. Aft* 18 le 45. At�e vsosBclc* for Slokcn, Seamen, Cooki and Steward*. Nsarsst Naval Recruiting Offlos, or to the Department of tilt Naval Servlos, Ottawa, or The Naval Recruiting Secretary. _M5 Wottinjton St., Ottawa^ Notice of , Confirmation of Tax Enforcement Return. TAKE NOTICE that the Tax En forcemrnt Return of the Village of Coalhurst wis confirmed In respect of tbc herein described landi at the Court of Confirmation held at Leth-brltfge on the nth day of October, 1918, and unless such lands are redeemed on or before the Rth day of October lit 17, tho same will bo absolutely forfeited for non-payment of taxes. Dated this twenty-first day of August, 1917. A. P. CUNNING, Secretary-Treasurer of the Village of Coalhurst. Lots 23 to 20, Block 1, Plan Hamburg No. :m A.I. Lots 4 to �, Block 8, Plan Hamburg No. 3B5 A.I. Lota 8 to 11, Block 2, Plan Hamburg No. 355 A.I. Lota 10 to 26, Block 2, Plan Hamburg No. 355 A.I. Lots 6 to 22, Block 3, Plan Hamburg -No. 355 A.l. LotB 23 to 30, Block 3, Plan Hamburg No. 355 A.I. ^ t Lots 3 to 12, Block 5, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lota 15 to 22, Block 5, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 23 to 34, Block 5, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 8, Block 6, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 9 to 12, Block 6, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 15 to 28, Block G, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. LotB 29 to 34, Block 6, rian Coalhurat No. 7420 A.L.' Lots 1 to 14, Block 7, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 15 to 34, Block 7, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 5 to 19, Block 8, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 21 to 34, Block 8, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 6. Block 9, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 7 to 26, Block 9, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 27 to 34, Block 9, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 12. Block 10, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 13 to 32, Block 10, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 33 & 34, Block 10, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 18, Block 11, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. J Lots 19 to 34, Block 11, Plan Coalhurst1 No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 4, Block 12, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 5 to 24, Block 12, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 25 to 35, Block 12, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots to 9, Block 13, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. , Lot3 10 to 29, Block 13, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 30 to 35, Block 13, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 14, Block 18, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 15 to 34, Block IS, Plan Coalhurst , No. 7420 A.L. Lot 35, Block 18, Plan Coalhurst ! No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 19, Block 19, Plan Coalhurst No. 742a A.L. Lots 20 to 35, Block 19, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 5, Block 20, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots C to 25, Block 20, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 26 to 34, Block 20, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 11, Block 21, Flan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 12 to 31, Block 21, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 32 to 34, Block 21, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 17, Block 22, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 18 to 35. Block 22, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 & 2, Block 23, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 3 to 22, Block 23, Plan Coalhurat No. 7420 A.L. Lota 23 to 35, Block 23, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 7, Block 28, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 8 to 27, Block 28, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. l.ota 28 to 34, Block 28, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 13. Block 29, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 14 to 33, Block 29, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lot 34, Block 29, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 19, Block 30, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 20 to 34, Block 30, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 5, Block 31, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 6 to 25. Block 31, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 26 to 34, Block 31, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 1 to 11, Block 32, Plan Coalhurat No. 7420 A.L. Lots 12 to 31, Block 32, Plan Coalhurat No. 7420 A.L. ����� Lots 32 to 34, Block 32, Plan Coalhurat No. 7420 A.L. ��ur� L,ONol74201ABI�Ck 33' P,*n Co',nttr,t Lots 18 to 84, Block 33, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. w��Ti LONo.17�0!A.LOCk Ptan C�*,hW"t LONo47t4 P,"n C�',hUr't Part of South-west Quarter of Btetlon 22. Township 9, Range 22, West of the 4th Meridian, 47 acres t Lot �, Block 1, Plan Wlgan, H. 6811 WE ARE NOW WELL FILLED TO SERVE YOU WITH GARMENTS TIT AT ARE OF UNMISTAKABLE BEAUTY AND ELEGANCE; CLOTHES THAT WILL KEIGN IN POPULARITY THIS AUTUMN AND WINTER. With a swell new stock of Silk and Serge Dresses for Women and Misses. Taffeta, Duchess, and Poplin Silk Dresses. Priced at $17.50 up to $30.00 eV� Full of style and comfort, these warm, serviceable tweeds are excellent values at the prices they are marked. Each $20 $25 $27.50 Elegant Silk Plush Coats Beautifully lined throughout. Cut in the newest and best models for dressy garments. Each at $50, $40, $35 and $30 Shade* of wine, petunia, brown, green and black. Prices...........$25.00 up to $47.00 7ool Serge Dresses In black, navy, green and brown. Selling each $15.00, $17.50 up to $25.00 .j Including a great many new styles and models, both in back and front lacing lines. We guarantee the wearing qualities of every corset we sell. Xa Camille........................ Front Lacing Corsets, with ventilated back. $1.50 D. & A. Goddess...............r.... $4.00 Front Lacing, in three models. C-C A-la-Grace. Priced at from...................................$1.25 up to $5.00 In a doxen or more models of Back Lacing Corsets. v THE Fourth Avenue South iiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimwiiuuM Lot 10, Block 1, Plan Wlgan No. 6812 A.B. Lot 11, Block 1, Plan Wlgan No. 6812 A.B. Lot 12, Block 1, Plan Wlgan No. 6812 A.B. Lot 35 ft 36, Block 1, Plan Wlgan No 6813 A.B. Lot 14, Block 1, Plan Hamburg No. 355 A.I. Lot 20, Block 1, Plan Hamburg No. 355 A.I. Lot S3, Block 4, Plan Hamburg No. 865 A.I. Lot 30, Block 4, Plan Hamburg No. . 385~A.I. Lots 13 & 14, Block 6, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 3 6 4, Block 8, Plan Coalhurst No. 7420 A.L. Lots 17 to 20, Block 1, Plan Bridgend No. 2605 A.L. . Ad. M. Notice to Creditors and Claimants In the estate of JameB Simpson El fin, 1st* of Travers, Alberta, farmer, deceased. Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims upon the estate of the late James Simpson Elgin, who died on tba 13th day of June A.D., 1917, are required to send to the undersigned administrator of his estate by the 29th day of September, 1917, a full statement, duly verified, of their claims and any securities held by them, and that after that date the administrator will distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which notice has been so filed or brought to its knowledge. Dated this 18th day of August, 1917. Tho Trusts and Guarantee Company, Limited, Administrator, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Or to Shepherd, Dunlop & Rico, Barristers, otc, Lethbrldge,   Solicitors for the Ad E ' . Administrator. Notice To Creditors In the estate of.James William Harvey, late ot Goddnrd, In the Province of Alberta, farmer, deceased: Notice is hereby given that all persons having claims upon the estate ot the late James' William Harvey, who died on the 21st day of April A.D. 1917 are required ' .to/, send to the undersigned administrator of the estate by the 29th day nt Septomber,' 1917, a full statement duly verified of their claims and any securities held by them and that after that date the administrator will distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims of which notice has been bo (lied or brought to his knowledge. Dated this 18th day of August, A.D. 1917. John Edwin Swallow, Administrator, Care of Messrs. Shepherd, Dunlop & Bice, Lethbridge, Alberta. Approved, G. W. G. Ad. D GERMANS WEARY OF WAR RUSSIA KNEW OF HUN PREPAREDNESS Petrograd, Aug. 30.-Germany's military preparation was known to. the Russian war ministry and it was also awnro that Germany contemplated a declaration of war in lpOU'and again in 1913, according to the testimony (jlvon yesterday by Gen, Miqhaolaon, The witness was the military attache of tlio Russian embassy in Berlin from 1906 to 1911. He swore that he had reported Germany's activity to the Russian war office. CAN'T 8HIP FLOWER BULBS Tho Hague, Aug. 30-The Nether lands government has forbidden the exportation of flower bulbs. Sidelights on conditions in Germany are constantly appearing in neutral countries. The latest is the report ot a recently returned Swedish working-man, a Socialist, who thus writes in the Stockholm Social Demokraten:- "The war-weariness has, ot course, grown greater day by day. . . . Now, when children of eighteen and old men of forty-eight are seen driven tfi the railway stations like fresh beasts to be slaughtered, there are no flowers thrown and no singing any longer. The days ot glory and jubilation ot the pa* trio tic bluff aro at an end even In mill* tnry Germany! . . . The name of tlio Somme oven to the Germans 111 now tho great monster grave; they acknowledge this themselves. They also admit that Germany must return Bolgiuro, the occupied parts ot France, nnd perhaps Alsace-Lorraine also. Such things are, ot course, spoken of very cautiously, but I have heard them even from soldiers who come from the front, who aro thrown from one front to another in order to break up discontent by this means."-Literary Dlgsst. TABER MAN KILLCP. Fte. W. R. Cook ot Taber is lifted among the five Alberta men killed in action in the lists J/iued last alf at, ;