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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PACE srs THE IcETIinmiXiE HEHAI.l) FRIDAY. 1fl7 The Wealth of the U. S. Ceremony of Driving Last Spike Is Performed by Popular Girl Prince Alterl. Sisk.; evening 3Hes Quwnlo Thomas, wiener of the popular girt contest under the auspices of the returned soldiers' wet- como and aid league, drovo Ihe last spike marking tie completion of the Grand Tnmk Pacific lino into this rlly. The depot tud freight sheds are now almost comr'.eled a pisses" end freight service will te ImuKUrat- (d very shortly. Tha drench come? lo Prln'ca Albert, from Youns on the main lino and opens up a big tradms area to this lily. farses throurb the famous Red Deer Hill area, one of the. first districts to be settled in Sas .Vaw Ulllon dol- lars for This gigantic sum overnliPliiUng to the most acliyo im- aelnalloa, mar ffl produciil by thn American peopla la crush Prussian militarism, should. It require suca weisnt of wealth, according lo Mlllon W. Harrison, secretary ot Ih? savlnts bank seciltra of the Amerlrtn Bank- ers' assoclnlon. ,He believes the poople of, the United Slates can die down ana eventually pile up this treasure fcr OBSlost Germaiiy. To do It thev would hare only to in proportlOH thb stamina ills- rt by tn? Urltlsh people. HU con- mike the government's In- llial loan of seem com- paratively simple. Mr. Harrison, in his ofilclal capacity has devoted cnucn time lo study of the fining intcri'Sts o( lha country. He considers whal lha people have in the past and eblliuates vrhat they may be expecled to do during grpalesl .crisis they ever have faced." He that the ability, to. loin money presupposes the money has been saved, and urges every man, woman and child in the nation Im- mediately to dispense with luxuries. "The financial end of war-making is the real power." said Mr. Uarrlson. question which tonfronls us at In tho large, these deposits aro In- vested lu the of railways. munlclpirlllos, loaned on real estate The per capita, savlnss In EnE- Isnd Is In tho slates. lu Ihe south slolcs SIS; lu lue. middle westera stales, ?SO; In tho western states. JJ3: In tno PaelDe stales, HU. and for the whole coun- try, fjl. Compared with the per capltn wealth which Is J5.WW, a very small rrojiortlou would be available to Ihe Individual from hU savings tor the purpose on war loiu, being only about 4 1-! per cent. "Referrins: to Iho wealth and In- conie of the people- of the United Stales and extending Professor King's figures estlmallng such wealth ana in- come. the anuual income ntuounts to this moment U needeoV th of finance. The United Sl he latV a Is well The first mPEllnif of Ihe Untied church ot North Lelhbrldge be held tonight at S o'clock. Ad- presses be siren or Itev. Fer- guson, of Calgary, Rer. G. H. Cobble- dlck Rev W. F. Burns and Her. John Fawcell c( Coaldale. There will be a fhort musical prosram and rclresh- monls will bo served. All friends and adherents of Westminster acd SL An- drew's church are Inviled to attend. CHILD'S STOMACH SEVERE TROUBLE. Harrltton (Opt.) Father Say. Dr. C TahltU Saved Hit Chlld'a Life. Mr. Corhy, Harrlston, P-O- O writes- "Our little sir' was weak Irom nlrth, and though we tried doctors' inedlctriB- and other things she got no belter She just lay In her cot and cried, and neighbors said iro could not save her- The doctors said she had stomach trouble, and thai her chances were smalL yet Dr. Cassell's Tablels cured her. They have been Tvorth their weight In gold to us, for we were just firing up iope of sav- ing our little- daughter. I1 don't think there is any -other medicine for child- ren like 'Drv Cassell's Taolels. Pub 'llsh Ihla letter la yon like; 11 may help others as the Tablets helped us." A'frte lample of Or.'CiiMll's Tab- lelr will ..ient lo you on receipt cf G ccn'.Evfor mailing and packing-'Ad- drtss: Harold F. Ritchls Co, Ltd, 10 McOu! i Dr. Cassell's Tablets are the surest tome remedy .for Kidney Trouble, Sleeplessness, Anaemia, Nervous Allmenls, Nerve Paralysis. Palpitation and Weakness in -Chlld- reo. Specially valuable for nursing mothers aad durlne the crilical per- lods of HCe. Sold- by droeeisls led Elorekeepera throughout Canada: Prlces: One tnbe, 50 cents; tubes for the price of five. Beware "of Imita- tions said to contain hypophosjhites. The composition of; Ur. CasseH's Tab- lets Is known only to the proprietors, and no Imitations can ever be the same. Sole Dr. Cuiell't Co, Ltd, MincheiUr, Eng. able to perform lls part In the de- struction of the present German sov- eminent. resources have we. xbal available capital for financing Ihe war have we. is inierestiug to analyiE Truly our resources aro huc.e; we hold an amount of gold creator than that held by the rest of ihe world. 'There aro only three ways by which the war In Its initial stages may be adequately financed. 11 is ridiculous to assume that we can present securities in war loans. Hence, the reduction of Indl visual expenditure, Ihe utlliiallon of sDs'ylas income and hoarded wealth are consequemly lie only available sources. Tint resources are J35.000.000.WO. Of spproilmalely fIS.CiOO.OM.OOO must bo used for the extension of credit and tor the movement of com merce and con sisls of savings and Urne deposlU Is Si cenl. of the iiAttonal wealth, and a PCS' capila Income of ?500. II Is estimat- ed thai H cosls for bare necessities fS a week for each person, the. approxlueUng SdOOO.OOO.OOO teavlns only fS.OOO.OOOtOOtl for luxuries and surplus. Dr. Eliot recenlly slated that our annual Mils for luxuries, such as In- toxicating UdUors. tobs'cco. aulonso- biles, "contecllon'ery.. chewing gum. and so oB.-niuouDis to This amount deducted troul the'JS.OOO- .would leave less, than from annual Income' for Ihe current financing of Industries, pub- lic utilities, municipalities, railroads and other institutions. The normal amount saved In savings banks of the country Is a year. The amount of Kfe Insurance premiums Is Thus about 000 may bo available from the annual Income of tho American people. The possibility- of accumulations ot the American brine available for the purpose of war 'finance seems slim. "Still Ihe possibllllles of war fin ance ID Iho United Slates ure re- markable. If Great Brllaln, with a perVapita income of ?309, can have a per capita debt of fi5S, 'most cer tainly the United States, with' a per capila income of and a per capila debt ot could raise an cirual pro- portion to that maintained by Great Brtlaln. This would allows war debt ot the United States.' i) 0 HONDURAS BREAKS WITH GERMANY. -------r Washington, -May duras has severed diplomatic relations with Germany follow- v v fng the lead of-finalemala. BIG ICE FIELD. SanlfSte. ..Marie, Mich, May A big Ice- Iteld was. blown down the river yesterday by_nortn winds and today the channel at Point Aux Pines is completely. blocked. Navigation practically is suspended anyway he- cause' smoke from north shore forest fires....... LEGAL NOTICES NEW STRENGTH FOR LAME BACK, Notice to Creditors and Claimants .In lha estate of Edwin Firth late ol the City fit Lolhbridce, deceased. Notice Is hereby siren that all par- ions haying claims npon Ihe. estate of the late Edwin Firth, who died on Ihe 13th diy of December, A.D., 1918, are required to eerid lo the undersigned Administrator ot his Estate hy the 2nd of July 1917, a full slafemtmtr verified, of their claims and any Mcurlllea held by them, Eind that af- ter that date the Administrator will Jll'.rlbnle the assets of Ihe deceased among Ihe parllu entitled thereto, fearing regard only to.lha claims of irhlcb DoUco bs3 been BO or liroagbt lo Its knowledge. Baled this Hlh day of Jfay, 1917- Taa Trusts aid Guarantee Company, Limited, Calgary, Alberta. Or Shopherd, Dunlop t nice, LethbrldKc, Alhejla. Solldlors for Administrator. Approved: J. A. Ad. V. .Dtcr Hr. l ttiHemi ton lame back and a constant tired woro-onl iwlJDE. limes I unable lo atacd emt and able to get around., It would eome oa at fail wiili crick in Etna! of'my back." I took-one box of Dr. Fierefi'a Amufc Tablets and my back ccantDced lo get better soon aila iUrtuif to take .them. ,1 did no) have lo walk doubled over ft I did before 'Being U Ibe best nmedy 1 hfcve ever taken for what H isfeaded to Rlieve. 'I bopt tboee who are in need o! rech a 'Krudy will "Annrie TaUda' a trial. A. a. (CONTINUED this force could oaly be obtained i rep'resenlalives ol the socialist and allied left parlies, entered the povern ment and acreed to support" iL pu In -the policy of comblnei ireedom and If this solution had proved unreachable we wen tbrealened with "general anarchy, to! lowed by national diEsoluaon with -rev olQtion -nnd reaclionary counter rev olutionary movement the-lina stage. "This normal course of linsuccess ful revojqlloa has. I hope, been avoid Sore: tFp to Ibie tmne, "Atrarie' bat not been' oa nle'to the pnlilic, but by the many patients and ILe increased demand for this fnl htalinz lablsl, Doctor Pierce, has finally decided to pnt it Into tie imf Horn o! liii country within immedi- ate reach of all raHeten. Sirapry aak for Doctor Pierot't Annria Inert be no Imitatioa. Every package oi "Annrre" ii Eurt to be Doctor Pimt't. Yon will find Ibe tignaiore on tbe package jnrt as do on Dr. Pierce' B Favoiite Prescrip- tion, the erer-famocu friend lo tiling and Dr. Keree'i Golden cd' us a result of Ihe agreement be ln-aen the Lemporary government an the council of-depuiies. The comic has undertaken 'to support Ihe goi 'eminent- against anarchy and disor der and further lo woVk for resloriD of discipline lo the army, naturally o the condition; which we granted, tha the' army be democratised. ".My hope is that when the presen energies ot national Lranqullity that not only the an called Bourgeois" hut also the workmen and socialist themselves stand for restoration i order they will without compelling u to lake action, abandon their preaen aaarchy methods which; if continue would result In the ruin of Russia The programme pf policy which iave agreed upon with our new co leagues conlains very great, conce to Ihe'sociallsts, but Ihesc con- cessions were an indispensable con- dition of the socialist collaboration in the government. "In future democratic Russia must not only enjoy freedom but must'lake an Itself tlie.responsibility of .defend- ing Us freedom. Personally I do not doubt our democracy's litness for higher governmental work. During Ihe negotiations which led to the set- tlement the represenlatives of the showed that they thoroughly understood- dangers Lhrealcnlng Russia and were deler- mfned to do everything possible to save their country from anarchy, de- feat aud ulsaolulfon." IT'S NOT NECESSARY plaplta u< Zu-tak will rW -ton thtm. Mr. Kcurl HOIIUM of RKllbrwk, Silk-, It raa Zaat-Buk u aala Sly llicrtltr itth plnnlw ud Wackheida. UM of Zun-Buk kM entirely rfd iat of than, ud v skin la now quIUclur and. amottk." Zara-Buk It nmposed of herbal ulrarts lid oils, ii 100ft U It U to successful la of chronic' skin trouble. -There ncHhtes tin with menial okwj-u.oUuii.'nj. Sal laca, pilfl, turn-, iralds and cuta, Afl stores. We. box, 3 for fl.15.1 kroBuk ORT CLOTHES I ______ measuK ot compulsory military .service will be Introduced parliament' by tho government al- most Immediately -is how well .wlth- n the realm ot probability. he past fortnight sea- inienl fthroughoul the couplry.had eceived aD enormous of parliament are being eluged with tellers trow their con- litucnlE favoring compulsion; boards