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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1�AGE eight the lf;:::nniDGE dau.y herald FRIDAY, SEPTKMBEirm, 1918 HEAR STORY OF AN ihirhiK the present win-. Thoui;;; in i having ibna- so hv.i nf 'hi' brothc-and one 'ii.-tiM- ba\e in a d"" ibo Mrpreac ifu t� i r.ii.iMi). �!) ail! nor ;''� ;!ia:'>. liuear.ii  t: 11J i * :m obi i i;a' a-* : '  �. Ii .- :'�'.:'iiv il be- r-.:iim n' at: ! '. ; u e.v enjcYi:;:; !':'" arcane e\;i. : ' H'nce of belli.; c::e e, ICiiisa aaalcr- ' '� i.v.nvl i>!' .M. mind '�' :".��> liti'O UI|c\Pi'ete-! e\p--ri.'!,. I - ra- te:: i'ays :n:il ;tcir ha:ir-i ^'iic!i r 'e \ tbc f!"i'in^ :r.>'!i to I'vver-e :ii ' ii- to, tHe P. W. Godsal Reads Nephew's Diary-Matron of Hospital Has Resigned au> a i -.-.1; anil i i � bci wi'i'i 1 ill'.ll V. : '.111 M: r>. of i '.lic.i. y. 'ka'i A>=.fini'iv -: of h >r.e- .r. �he !o,-..' :...U-.' fFrom Our riwn c.Tr:.; 'v... \-:v heavy rain of Saturday nichi ami Sur.- .-.�-'-- \!: 'a \ a  ! ;�- day Ifcst, pastures in this district c":i- .aa;r:::..a ......'�' ' '' '��  , linur to improve, but th>� ttir>�..\v:y \ .>. ; delayed. \Vr> are hnrlnc hricht wi'i ::..:aks :.i �.;. tiler, however, nnd rather a hi.ch wind :":;' la i' -  ork,a::i.p '\:h today, ho tV.at it is cxrev'od tits! t''J :.> ..%'..�-. : � ijratn will �ln- more a��i-t.-! ! ' l;" .V  I f->r did last week. a- :h- V.; ::. Th-.> ;>r......!- Resignation. .;;h>'-1 ' Many espref.?ions of rennet h.iv--, !:%'.; been expr�">5>>il over the resipnstion r->'.  � ; of Mrs. Thomas Hoare. as matron of' A:N-.ria. "� thu memorial hn?pital. Mrs. !io.i-.\ r.-^'.ii.ir -a. nea Miss Kils.ir. was matron of :!'.���'i'�.;>: �i.iy i." hospital heforo !irr marriaco, ar..l il::r- ;;;r;.. ar ItiR her hus>hand'> ah�p:u' tn Vani-oiuer pital. and provod aeairt to ho on" of Messrs'. ("l'.ar'aat'.iar. '.avoie. r'n; Ihp most hichly ivti'oinoii nurses here. p'.o. ar.d Ha::i:'.tor. ,ti: of the V. 1 .toil r*. Hoare left tae .hospital on Pri- � faradian roKerev i>;,i!r;::..r-. day Inst, and w�nt o:: Saturday to  t"r�d throuslt town 0:1 S.vurday !.> rtilv. prcvo.l 1 >o tntieh "oweve: case for Dr. t'pnnor . ard th->ir hoirtt.-y w.n p tponed. Hears Soldier's Story. Major Ward Home. 1'ndrr the atispi'-.'s of the I >.-,i! 1". : Major K.j.i.v W i-:l. �� rei etfly r. W.C.A. a very pood audience listen. tti:;i"j from Ov.-rseas. w.is t':v :t"a'-�d to the interestine diary of Cap:, of );:- > 1 -: r \!r>. J. M.iriy .-f Ft*! Godsal's escape from a Hun prison, in . burn, a f-w day- last week, af.' th* opera house on .Monday evenfnp. ; whi.-h m-ft :fd his jo-irn-) t The diary was read by Mr. P. f ,?;..> ,-oa-t. v.iar- i\i':i \:nt-. Co! atai Mr- War.!, the Cod sat family in Kncland who! Mi>s s.t:i-i::. ,.n.l sister. Mi-have won every enviable distinction i Hi'.ga. hav- b.....1 etie*ts of their f. Money Loose is Money Spent j If yon Itopc to rise above the dependence on dally earnings, yon must learn 'o save money. Saved tnoncv means capital, an d capital mc^ns ability to take advantage ot" epportttnities clfcnns, until some day yoit become independent. The Bank ot Nova Scotia vm!I welcome \our SamjIv'- Account and jive sou every poi5ibL* service and attention. if'-'.'.t^'rs . . l.U.X'O. '�.'a THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA VALUABLE LESSONS SAYS LL GEORGE KAISER QUOTES E firm hi'llrf in the future of your fatherland. "We often nt home and at the front, in ehureli and In tho open ulr, have slum; 'Kin I'Vato Hunt l�t Cimec Cintt.' So it In rounded In the blue vault, of heaven and lliu lliunder eloudn. 'I'ho nut ion from which such u hymn oris-Inated must, be Invlnelble." Canada Food Board, License No. 11-608. CAKADA .1 N. K' . :: .:..!.!.> afel fu-s � .1 .-s-::.'. ..f :'oi'.v.t a ta M;". ;s ;i" p::: at !!�: iu-r. ar ! ..re v-r.y ' r>-p >rt i� verv .-. aao : � a >�- o.'-r of '.'- >;,�!-.... t, tho a"-:r:^ p^y-a.a::. 'V:";" S!o'r. � i.as - >:w ..i 1'aUa.: y 'i ;�:t "11,i sehoi>'.. Vegetable M.1 rt.-et. " �;�.- 1 with tii-' res'i'; of th.ur fir-' .lay t-i.iri'e' i:itr 'f izr:i v-'t;^-.'t Tlioy n'i.'i t.i >-.\teiii] their :ii>-!>reei,if.or. to all ivh" answered lii" call for Vec'.ii�:'.:, and t.t the:: p.o troiis. Th- :u.)�� �'\::irl'.iir Sep-emiie'.-. aii'l ;i- '.'.'":""' will !'a .;;r.> -n be a bic . detnar..'. for th.-tr pro-!:i> . aai.tb � ins:st�'d. .*!.> condition, mij.-t I"- initiated for i-od".c ion "I- td'c to pretend tha' this vast � ..tivil.p.j! h:c taught us nathiUL-." M r !.' i'. ! a t;e contin i-d "We ...a: p. r i-a.'hm nor r> volution !:: 11 n v.-. 't-.idvi.sial. bold r.....in- �; �;. t.- �:. '.'' ti . i � � war fir t. but a wit a p. -ii  c.i'.;.- . 1 don't w:(iit t!u-' ,] i.a'i-ti !> be t,i!,.-n iiiaiwares. ,  T>-. !: 1 i: symp'on � "'1 '.' 11'. � : K'.l- l'e '�' iiici' tliose at hot::-.vi-l to !!>�!. and proM'! Alnsterdani. Sep.. 12.--The Kaiser in his speech at K.ssen today said: "Helleve me. il is not easy for tnn to lu-nr every day the anxiety and re- l spoiydblllty tor 11 nation of Tll.llOli.OOO. 1 and for more than four years to be a i spectator of all the difficulties mid m- \ creasini; dislless of the people," The emperor then referred to the i (�ertiian empress, who. "by Cod's as- j sistii'ice aitniu is on the road to recovery " lie recalled the |ias.-;ai;es in the liible: "Cast thy burden upon the Lord and lie shall sustain thee." And "bin seek ve first His kingdom and His righteousness anil all these thinirs shall be added unto you." The emperor then added: "How can we please tiod and soften Ills hear!'.' lly iloinu our duty -in tnakiuK our fatherland free-consequently it is our duty to hold out with all our stiviiRth in t!ie fipht against our enemies." "Kuril ottp of lis have received lib. appointed task from on both. You at your hammer; you at your lathe and 1 mi my throne. We must all. however, build on Cod's assistance. Iimiht i.. th preatesr ingratitude toward the Lord and now 1 ask you all simply and honestly: Have we then really ground for doubt'.' "Just look at the four years of war ! What immense achievements we have behind 11s. Half the .world stood 1 aRainst us and our loyal allies and : now we have peace with Russia and j peace with lloumania. S.rbiu and 1 MontennKro are finished. "Only in tho west do we still fh:iu and is il to be thought that "ood Cod ' will abandon us there at ill" last inn-j meni. i "We should be ashamed of the : laiiit-lieartedti-ss which comes when one gives eredeneo tn rumors. Prom i the facts, whlsh you yourselves have the facts, which you yourselves n PRUSSIAN DIE! Copenhagen. Sept. Ik -The government is firmly resolved 10 dissolve the Prussian diet. If no nRfeomont is reached In tho franchise reform intention, according to the Be.rlln l^okiil An/.elger. Chancellor von ffe.rtliug. however, will shortly summon vnritiun party leaders for a conference, thrf paper snys, and every effort will lie made In Plnd a solullon of I ho question. It adds lhat tho house of lords will he given full opportunity to consider the question despite attempted "teirorlslie methods," plainly referring to Hie Soclal-Hoi'.ioi'i'atlc parly demand that the diet bo dissolved. It appears likely thai a doclsion will not he reached tor a fortnight or more. SIR SAMUEL EVANS DEA& London, Kept. 15. Hir Samuel Evans, president, or the llrltlah ptl/.e court, died today ut Brighton. His Master's Voice Records Among the records listeel below there should be some that appeal to you. Our stock is very complete and comprehensive. Our service will prove a delight to you. THREE FISHERS-By Clara Butt, No. 88386-One of the great contralto's very finest. OVER THERE-By Caruso, No. 8729d-Something new to hear the Brc:lt tenor in a popular sona- BELL SONG from LAKME-By Gnlllc-Curcl. No. 74510- A wonderful display of the powers of this great singer. DEAR OLD PAL OF MINE-By John McCormack, No, 3l?85. A fine song by the great lyric tenor. You'll like It. BLUIN' THE BLUES-Fox Trot and Sensation Rag. One Step-a Jazz Band record from the September list. No. 13 483. THE STORY BOOK BALL-By Billy Murray-A fine song of the Nursery Rhyme Parody style. Also "There's a Lump }t Sugar Down in Dixie," by Marlon Harris, No. 18482. WILLIS PIANOS HULL BLOCK H. C. C. SALMON, MANAGER Economy Begins at Home Now-a-dayi Governments, Chancellors, bankers and business men talk economy, However, it is one thing to talk economy and another to put it into practice. 77i� Canadietn Housewife holds the key to the situation. Real economy may be practised by tha housewife in food purchasing for the home. At very z:v.s\[ cost she may obtain the finest cocoa that money can buy - a cocoa unexcelled as a food drink and unrivalled at a flavoring, that adds extra deiioht to hundreds of dainty desserts. / Write for COWAN'S Recipe Book on Desserts - mailed free. Cowan's Cqgq a * Per f eciion^^ Bra n.: !'ra::k 0:1 Ta.-.-uay !:.-.'. le-ci v.-4� :� CalCf-  ' r WESTERN MEN M MIL }kmi !/�:;!..;i. .~ 'P' '' -Til'- t-.'ltae- of ;.,� 1; � ho �' b. '. \, c, '� t'-t i..i!.- .. ��>� .a a. i- : tit- Milti ,,> M'-,. : 1." ;. I;. !:�;� :::ia M. -oba. - ;. �;; ;. A. H. sk. 1. S !! 11 'iin \la 11 it..!: t. I'll.".".:. T. C -i'.ttc . .-t;i-ka'i hewan \...... I .:� tce-i '..rp. I. ''en >. Man. : '  '�'>>. i '.:.' -h;i. 1!  '-;:. .--e'.-^t. 1 'lew, :�' 1 .',:�,".....\ an. :>!. �: K .!-.:�� f. .-' t -I- 1' 1 he.v.in, ..'�' ' '.11. i'eiii.c s 1 -ha' � ii-' .v.jii. � .. :-"ta" 1-. !;........ Man:: J 8 BOYS' SOLID LEATHER SCHOOL BOOTS, r�du.ml 10 n nr J2.25 up to ............................................ J.i?d Men's Dress Shoes and Ladies' Shoes reduced to clear in a hurry, THIS JS A GENUINE CLEARANCE OF THE ENTIRE STOCK Salo opuna TucHtlay and contluueii during ,-:.ptember m until evnrything Is sold. H. G. K1LNER 414 THIRTEENTH STREET N. ' PHONE 317 Rrn^klyn. N. I.i'dia L. l'iiik! Y.-"I ounnnt r.rtdia c.tn'tf .\;;.-tabS' ('inn-|a 'tr.l i-i'.riijj.li for v.'liit it bua iI'uih for in y d'iught'-r. She was H\ 15 yvM* of very K-fJaiv 1 sickly ar.d jtale and tlm p . / I had to ntuy honio fri;m 1 ' u'tiiool mur.tof tiifi time, i'lic Ki.-fiVrcd ;;,f;oi)ie>i from back in: ho Hud libidneM r.i.d v.'its with-fiui.n|i[A-til�. l'orttireo month:; bin. wp.a under the doctor'* care und got no Utter, always 1 oiiiplainiri^ about Iht l-ick iiiid side achiiiK R'i '.'.y18 Mi.rcv Ave. I'.roulclyn, N. Y. Km1 special uilvict; in re(;uT'.> : H..R ' A' ,.,(,. . Kiini-ter of ill)- niisrti...... ami 1 . -1 -111. /. a' i 11 tl. has work- c.i 1 �;' at: 1 >!! it" and conii>reiien->.,.- I''.-i �� ..>> 1 - ! �nt liMin'nl and .-i!'�niz. V'j.'i v.:,.":. if liiid bt".'"i'" the I i' .tl �' A -Mil cOU'.lllltlee "f �!;ich ::  .1 !.. � l..c^ln�e.l is 'lair- aiaa !.....n i.atc .J to y,(> in I >> 'be -nhjeef ci'h Mt 1 ..Mer. al.d il will, uinl..isi.'.-.;i�� :ij.(ii'..m of his plans. I The i-'.'ir.ii:" " h� - had rteveral nie.itinu' 'ii . t-e ... Mr. C'.lder is anxitcaa t 1 !. i'-e ,:: a few day. far lie* ,\e-t to i 1'- iii; (trott.iials before tic v..- t.-rt, pro; a, t.ii uove-nuient.-ti.r tae..- .-a |,! The d.-taii; of l:,i- Jean iia\!i liu' iiti.; ircal and 'eib-ral (.'o'. a-i aittll Ii' -' lo . ,i!,e tile l|llesliiill of  ei 1 lint' the liiiiiien ... tracts of w.e.t-.r:: !::'!- ire ; >a.| for . j > 11 c i -. � e:: by vaii.m corporal ion-i. '1 in- wild laid- .'.iiich are iinutll- ' '� i'.'e.t hi:' are rm' a'... liable lor iioinc-! j : UMditit; as 1 ;,.y :tll. held by pricate 1 i\i 1 >:�� ' '. eo;, '.it ai" one of the most . ; dif:!-!l' pr.ihb' .1 ''a '.vesteri: seitlc-'i 11 n  111 The ijii; i : na.i-ui now has lillln, �a . ai) , !/.'� i/o/K"-ie...| l.c'id within easy  riM> ii "f '"'i!io.:ii hat there arn bau-i liiel; if tin,a aii'l of acres held by1 j priva'e. int ere, t �-. | ' It i� propo ei| 10 .'.nrk out .1 schenm . for . % in-op:fi;.: ion ,f such land for ; i-oloui :at a.u pui'po- e It is felt that 1 sueh a piaa c mhl 1:1;. .succeeil by the c:..... 1 o cpi-i at ion hi local and federal cvcr:i:i.e:;i(a j,a(t there fun, b"en little c 1-01 dii.ai ion of effort h. 1 j Mi'. I'ahpr will vi ii all foul" westoi'li | i covert: 11;e 1.1 s 011 hi trip. | i The present jo'i.po i.'ils proviilc only I for -ei alia;- t;,e I.in,1 for colonization! ipmpo'e. hut lai.-, iiiiuiiKi'iitiiJii plan:.] 'will have to in- ,1 orltcd out. Tl'.esii | I will ie iliafieil v. iih care. There is 1 I a 1'iowhitf foclim; ;n Ottawa that tlm { . iiiinii:',! at ion la.', a h mid he made ox j I ci.eili.ia.lv ..irici, .1, ils to offctctuully j j bar all who a;e i,ni pi-cpitmil lo bf!-; I l'ol/ie one hlJil.Ir.il per cenl. ('a il ii d i.'lll ( j cilizelia. j ATTACK IN ALBANIA. Vienna. :-.,;pi. i;:. (Via liOiiduli).- A siieces.-fiii aii.u k on Tomurorloa ridi'.e. in Alliaiiia. j;hvii US iiossession of tile tllemv'-. position 111 il flJW poiiils. says lie- official slatoinon! 1s-sui;U 'oday b; ii;e \u-.ti'iun war offbtu. NOTICE TO UNITED STATES CITIZENS IN CANADA. By the United States IvTililnty Service Con vention Regulations, approved by the Governor in-Council on 20th August, 1918, MALE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES IN CANADA, WITHIN THE AGES for the lime being SPECIFIED BY THE LAWS OF THE-UNITED STATES prescribing compulsory military service, except those who have diplomatic exemption, ARE MADE SUBJECT AND LIABLE TO MILITARY SERVICE IN CANADA, AND BECOME ENTITLED TO EXEMPTION OR DIS CHARGE THEREFROM, UNDER THE CANADIAN LAWS AND REGULATIONS. The regulations governing this liability are p"blished in the Canada Gazette (Extra) of i'.st August, 1918; copy whereof may be obtained upon application through the post to the Director of the Military Service Brunch of the Department of Justice at Ottawa. UNITED STATES CITIZENS of the description aforesaid who were IN CANADA ON 30th JULY, 1918, HAVE SIXTY DAYS FROM THAT DATE within which TO EXERCISE AN OPTION TO ENLIST or enroll IN THE FORCES OF THE UNITED STATES, or TO RETURN to the United States; and THOSE WHO for any reason SUBSEQUENTLY BECOME LIABLE TO MILITARY SERVICE IN CANADA HAVE THIRTY DAYS FROM THE DATE of the accruing OF SUCH LIABILITY within which to exercise the like option. It is stipulated by the Convention also that certificates of diplomatic exemption may be granted within the optional periods aforesaid. EVERY CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES TO WHOM THE REGULATIONS APPLY ii required to REPORT TO THE REGISTRAR under the Military Service Act, 1917, FOR THE province or DISTRICT WITHIN WHICH he is, in the manner by the regulation! prescribed. WITHIN TEN DAYS AFTER THE EXPIRY OF HIS OPTIONAL PERIOD and will he SUBJECT TO PENALTIES IF without reasonable excuse HE FAIL SO TO REPORT. For the information of those whom it may concern Sections 3 and 4 defining the requirements nt' registration, with 'vhich it will be necessary strictly to comply, are �jet out tuibstantially as follows; - REGULATIONS 3. FA'F.UV MAI.K CITIZKN ul' Till; UNITLD STATICS WITHIN TH!'. AC ICS for iho time, being SP!C< M FIKI) IN TllIC LAWS of the L'NTITCD STATICS ,.1,.,-c,il,i,K f'dmpiilsuiy iniliiury service, not iiicluiliiie. theme who huvi! diplomatic rxcniption, WITHIN T1CN DAYS Al'TICK TllIC ICXIMKV CM' TTIIC 'ITMIC LIMITICIJ 15V TllIC CONVICX-TION within which the C iovcniiiicnl nf the I'nitod States mtty isHtif him n certilictite of diplomatic exemption, SHALL TRULY HIC-FOUT TO TH1C JUCrUSTHAll MY lUCCIS-TF.HTCD POST, nnd in wr'ninu which i* pluinly legible., his namf in full, his omipiition ami the date of his birth; Matinx tilso Aviiefher h�t is Binuli', married or ii widower; and if the latter, whether hit has a child living; alwi if married, the. date of his' intin'mne; unci stntini; moreover his place.of residence �nd usual post office nddiTHS in ('nnudu; nnd, if he reside within a city or place where the streets and dwellings ure named and numbered, I he name and number of hin street and dwelling; or if he rebidfi in anollicr place, the lot uud euncession number, section, township, rnnge, and meri-dian, or olher dftliniti' description whej'eliv his place of residence, may he located, having regard to the custom of (he locality in which he lives: nnd IF WITHOUT H ICASOX'AHLIC RXCL'SF) uk NICCHJCCT OK FAIL TO IMCl'OKT IX Till'. MANX ICR and with the particular* aforesaid within the time limited as nfni-esiiid, IIIC SHALL 1UC (iUILTY OF AX OI'I'TCXCIC, AXI) SHALL H]C LJAHLK IT'OX SUMMARY CONVICTION to a penalty not lCXCICKDINC 1 IVTC HUNDHK1) DOLl'.MtS, AM) Tl) IMPRISONMENT for anv term not exceeding six months, find moreover he shall incur A I'ICXALTY OF $10.00 FOR ICACTI DAY after the time when or within which lie should have registered during which he shall continue to he unregistered. �L 1CY1CIIY UXITICI) STATICS CITIZEN WHO 11 AS DIPLOMATIC ICXICMPTION, although not otherwise subject, to the.HR regulations SHALL WITHIN TICK DAYS nfler the graining of the same truly R.ICPOIIT TO TllIC R1CCISTRAR, in like munner aad with the same particular!; as required by the last preceding section; and in addition he shall embody in his report a true ami complete statement of the particulars of hit certificate of diplomatic exemption. NICCL1CCT OR l'.\ I l.U R IC wit hoot, reasonable excuse to comply with Hie ri'i|iiireiiientn of this section SHALL (.'OXSTITU'ITC AN OFKICNCIC PUNISH-AHLIC IN THIC MANN ICR AND BY TH1C P1C.NALTUCS provided in tho last preceding .section. ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH. 39554? ;