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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FOURTEEN' TiJR LliTHBRIDGE IJAILY HE1UI.D SATURDAY, AUGUST Thirteen Million Men U. S. Expect to Register For War Under New Law Washington, Aug. 12, "was" eel today by President f JVHspa the date or registration (or Ike army draft of all men In the IMit- ed States between tho ages of IS an-I 45. Inclusive, who have uot already "registered, or who arc noi now m I the militarv or naval scmces, la -a proclamation Issued iramedfatelv at ter he stetefl the ages, Ihe president called on by Jone 30. 1919- The man ounger and older uiea to bill mafces no. specific provision for .at day with local draft boards separate classiflcaiion of IS year oM I illl authoriiing eitenslon of the 21-31 4raft ages, ,j.... i .the 1 tha they matco thrtr permanent i homes. "We EOlemnly purpose a decisive victoir ot satd the president, "and to devole the larger o! the military man potcer ot llie .to the acconlplishinenl of that J Call to Duly I" true man in the will respond Vith pride and -filth the conscious ness that in doing he plavs bis part .in vindication'.of a great cause Sit" whose summons every true heart friers in supreme service.'1 V1 Is The hours bt registration will be from to 9 p.m. and all stale and local officials are. called on 10 make immediate arrangements for maintenance, of the registration on that day. v All men within the new ages, whe- ther citizens of'the United States or no I, must register, unless (bey are 'Uiplomatic or consular representatives 1 61 Wreign nation? At least men rrill place themselves ,to call for war .service un: the 'new registration, H is estin. Jlated, allhoiish only de- 1 pendents, in good health and other- i wue qualified for the arduous dutj f of soMier life are to be taken first Youths in their eighteenth ._ year will be placetl In a separate group, the war department has snuonnced. to be subject to a special educational program acd vlU not be called until the supply''of other" available men in the classes is exhausted. Tbis does uot moan tbat their calling will tfa long deferred, however, inasmuch as it has beea announced Ibai all men In the uew roglstration accepted for mllflary be under arms by Jane 30. 1919- The man pow- ParisianKiddiesHelpPoilus wys and war derartment plans for heir treatment have been made an executive initiative. the "work or fight" clause which would have -affected striking workmen was taken out of the bill before passage yesterday. Provost Marshal General Crowder Las planned to apply vigorously existing regula- Uous relating to'idle1 men or those d In non-essential employ men I newly registered men. SP jobs on the list waking for men lo come along to fill iherc, A. government farm labor agent here is fiuding the situation difficulL Tins morning a irtre froni H. J. Daley tvho is in distributing the men for this province, stated thftt 40 ickets liad been sold, but Mr.- WIer tales that the men showed ip as yet.'Another harvesters' excar ioii from Ontario is arriving in'AVtn lipeg today and Mr. Weir is wiring nt least 50 tneu to be sent here im mediately. These posters were made by in Paris. Over there, as In Canada, fishjs recognized par fpr the meat that must bt saved. Tbe brave, gay spirit France as naturally translates I self into action as it springs Into being.through the creative genius of a wonderful people. U is a spirit thai will not bo hidden behind clouds, it Ihe shadowy rnisVqf war lintil it finds its way. Into the sunshinVortaugible expression. j So, it is not to be wondered at tbat we find the children of Paris, hphie of the Beaui arta, giving expression to their ardent young patriotism and pas- sion In a series oC war pictures as touching as any tbat have been pro- duced since the Germans dered down towards Paris Tour years ago. M. Victor French Minister of Food, happened to see some of tho war pictures that the school children had done. He had ati inspiration! It tsoh rhore than official command to get the full sympathy of, the people at large fur any cause, ,H" took .a-IHtlo sentiment, something to touch the heart and mind. Yes was a wonderful opportunity to icaoli known to all the people ol Franco and the Allies how In. Ms mouth, reeling I off folKr.vLag appeal his luts- lo gtvp him soup Iroux ovwa Instead'of meat. _ V So it Kach- (or Its own story and some of them arc a itUe bit lulhetfc, for the child Is only ttcturtag'vrb'at he has seeh around itni. a vlguctte ot tho domestlcHlfe-.otv France. Tho children have everyday events within tho of their own experience, and imt pretation upon rcsUlt that thclr_ uiessaKft to old and young X Reproductions pf the'se pWers have been received "by -Ih'e Canada -Jr'oXri Board the Kitsch Ministry of and they are.beliig snoVri at the Food show at tho Canadian National Exhibition la Toronto- -c- THE V ,AKEST THING goodness is strong iu France 6-day. It helpeil the food propaganda, the children good. It turned towards further self- denial. They had a wide field- to choose'. from. some, 'isave wheat" was the domic act note; with others "saS-e sugars-Then there ivas a qtig list of things, tobacco, leather, milk, butler, coffee, paper, money, tght, petrel, all the lecessitiea ot life. Clovelj- executed as they are, H is the spirit and conception behind: the pictures that impress one ruosl. There 5 Ihc.ivistful Httle story that.lies be- imd the poster shivtvi ng t hree eh ltd ren standing thet window of a shop. "'They'love good things to eat hot they lovo Jean and Jacques better! Then there is tho picture of a fish leaping to the hook in the water Vntlt tho legend running below to build up reserves of meat by using plenty of the finny blbe. There is the sugar lump in Its bright blue paper coat be- ing cut in sake. Tnere riro .the jitOaj ducklings being reared in-the kitclieh1 to add to the country's food'supply.. There is the saucy young puppy" caUed "Kiki" who stands on his bind .legs wilh a French Which is the weakest thing ol all Mine heart can ponder? The sun, a little cloud can-pall With darkness yonder? Tho cloudj n llltlo wind can wove The a little leaf above, Though sere, resistetb? What lime that yellow leaf was greeu days were gladder; spring may mean 1 must grow Ah ioe! a leat with sighs can wring My lips assuuder? Then is myheart the wekest thing Itself can pouder.- Yet, Heart, when- sun and cloud an pined w And drop together, And at a blast which. Is not wind The houj the darkening earlhl; curse To glory brealt 03 The tho unlvferso Guarding the weakest! Elizabeth Barrett Browning. CZECHS .MUTINY Washington, Aug. rak crews on Austro-Hungarlan war- ships in the' harbor of Cat tare have revolted, according dispatclt to- day from France. Tho Czecho-Slovak deputy, M. SouKup, is satd to have left Prague-for Cat'taro to defend the steamers in thetr courts .martial. THIN the little Parisians felt about was affecting them, in deed, all the childreii ot France. He thought ft would an education for the'young.'ones, .too. -_'They -w transmute their emotions into terms that; all might T would impart freshness, naivelo am zeal to conservation through tho medium of pictorial art. So M. Boret enlisted the aid of 31. Paul Simons, .chief of the drawing masters of Paris, and he told .him that le wanted those youngsters lo give Franca the bensfit of the thoughts that lurked underneath their perky little bonnets and the skill that :lay behind their pencil? roung Pans was asV ed .to draw conservation conservation of everything from petrol lojsoup bones. Young Paris" go I busy, and before long M. Boret was the grat- ified victim of hundreds ot .'drawings and paintings. There enfi Splendid lines that will appeal to the girls and boys at values that will appeal to parents. Get Them Tomorrow Tuesday Stout, neat, well fitting lines lhai are made to Hufner, Tuesday Sept. 3 Success6 is Never Matter of Chance invariably the result of study ?nd of Foitune always smiles man or woman wlio _ The Scliool that teaches Business Hules, Pustness and Practice is the logical place to' !earn luisiiiesi Epetnalfzo on Leacblog young men end young fwornen these retiolrc- mcuts. i, J" DON'T DELAX. Ask our Free Catalogue and .plan to start .your course Tuesday, September 3. NIGHT SCHOQL opens Thursday Evening, Sept. 5. Office Now Open from 8 a m. to 1 p m and from 4pm to 5 30 p m ,fpr; inquirers, Garbutt Business College PHONE 1315 RESIDENCE PHONE 1531 411 EIGHTH STREET SOUTH, LETHBRIDUE .o Ihem, am! It was heavy responslM- [ly to choose the best. The Illustrated journals took the -natter up and uscfl cuts and descrip- lions of tho art o( juvenile Paris. Tho sketches were reproduced on posters, on stamps, on leaflets. They flooded Lhe French Capital. Ther appeared In baV.ers' shops, walls. Pconle .'slopplid looked. IJtre was Ingenuous, quaint, ni'lrqV, delighted, U pleased 4ni'" loiichcil them to sec Ihe kiddles showing their lovo for their pollu fathers and bro- therfl in this way. It empliflslzed fne ot Eavisj tad .sacrifice, which, The Records y, FOR SEPTEMBmW AT THE WILLIS PIAN STORE HULL BLOCK Here they are! On sale today: 87294 6-1786 74576 74541 ,6-1785 18486 18483 18482 18487 Over Ttierd .-t. Silng by Caruso Viking Song j. l' Quartet In E Flat (Mozart) Elman firing Quirtetta A Little Voice I Hear (Barber of Seville) Galll-Curcl Old Pal Of Mine When Alexandra Takes His Ragtime Band fo 'prance, Harris -I'rn Gonna Pin a Medal on (he Qlrl I Left 'Befilfuf... I...... Bluin' ths Blues Trot Sensation Rag There's a -Story Book There's a Lump of Dowrt-ir, k Ball One iTl Garden of Dreamt tfbrt Old Tfrrti at A1J Cjartc t Ohl How I'Hate 6ei Up In 'the Morning -Oh! Ffelrfr" COMB'IN THEM WITH Uft H.c.CSALMON; MANAGER f M, V- er Supper Specials vat IS WHERE THE BARGAINS GROW-.EECALJSE IF A LINE PRICE THAT SVILL SELL IT, STORE SO THAT 'MANY OJ3O LINES SOON SACRIFICED NO J4ATTER WHAT THE COSJ. WE DO WHAT WE SAY CHILDREN'S MIDDY WAISTS The final clearance ot nil our kiddies' middy waists. They come la.all-white and collar o? striped material. Well sizes but a good .range ia sizes G to 10 years. Itcsular S5c. After Supper Sale 60c SILK UNDERSKIRTS 25 only, novelty silk underskirts In good quality o! In a [lame colored brocaded silk aud in paddy green In n plain shade. Values up to After Supper Sale WE CLOSE ALL DAY 2( LABOR DAY CORSETS 50 pair of htgri grado corsets. Made in known malics of Warner. Nemo and D. A. Best quality ot material. Suspenders attacked. Sizes 25 to 35. Values mi lo Si.60 pair. After Supper Sale WHITE BATH TOWELS Big rjcary Er.slish-Turkish bath towels In excellent quality. Fringed cud and good auscrljent quality. Keep yqur stock of towels up. These prices help. Worth 75c pair. After Supper Sale, pair 60c THIS IS THELAST DAY OF THE DOLLAR SALE SHEETS 100 bleached cotton sheets. Hemmed nil ready .Cor'use. Matlo Irpm good quality of bleached oaly'lmrpronougU for one night's so better look .this baieain over. Size Regular, valueJ2.25 each. After Supper Sale, each 10-4 SHEETING, 90c sheeting, free from diessmg or filling is a line of sheclms man> months If >ou ivanl big sheets Ihls is Hie width to buj and never buy i' for mot tha lo ?omc >ards wide Worth ?1 23 yard After Supper Sale, yard .j 90c RYLANDS CO. "FROff FACT.ORV TO HOME" Mason and Risch Pianos Do Not Wear Out They throughout the lifetime of-the passed on from generation }o giving unfailing pleasure satisfaction. Mason Risch pianos were first built almost fifty years and those oiiginal instruments giving the best of of their owners say triey aie, "AS GOOD AS NEW" Is no "neoil of try- Ing lo mako yourself that cheap, low priced pianos arc economical. Tlioy ooat moat In the end. Ownlngn MASON i RISCH h test nnd truest ECONOMV, MASON RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTr] ST. 8. LETKBRIDQE Banff for Ideal Holiday SEPTEjyilBER lOJRNISHED CpnAGES fa .The Ideal month of the Hotel Hates day Becrclsry, Boanl Banff. CANADIAN-GOLF CLUB T ntaln Rcsori ill, particulars wdfo ;