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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TAGE EIGHT TTTE crmiBlTIDGE DA1LT HERALL? MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1G, 1018 HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES HELD \Jniicd Church Holds Annua! Anniversary-Rev. Powell the Speaker The animal harvest and .mi iM'rsir Services wore held yi>st'Tifaj" :>' tli I'tilted n e hand-emo >  -Ki'Mli'i s. ami >\-ninr the field an.! flow it- of a!', Kir. i . a: tistically iniorniiticlod vif.i :irt "ll.wv�--.� ' s,-o:ie r;.,! i Jy . \ ord !ln Younc IVo-a'p V i'a-s. wh �"ri' responsible for the arti.-'u- do bi very hip!: iurv h w a- i d play an to indited. Th 'In1 doors ami ivi'iV'"'' heartily into the stiis.'::u" ' iiful harvest hymn-. l\nvell. Superintendent o for Southern Allien.i. ua- i preached both mon:;!.^ .ii, In the tnornine spoke � ' sioti of tho iiiiin li. ' a ki ii >; the words tio;i of to spread the truth '  carrimc .- iviiipo' wiled 'a >i\ ices' ;e baa a Tho-ai..: 1 ; - - ui n s through tin1 medium of tho sto?pel. for the truth always makes u. national anil International, j potP.Mnu out thai unless llo is given j this place tho rc.-uli will l.e dlsjen- j tlon In oaoh ea?o. and showing his j i hearers dourly Sao need for Christ in ' � ho world. ! For his eveniiii; sermon Mr. Towell j chose {or hl.s subject "Tho Man Who ! Was Not Tit in l.ivo." saying that 1 tho question is not whether wo arc �ready to die, !�,! rather aro wo fit . to livo. and asking liy what criterion of jittlifaion: we juditn others. Ho wont on lu give esanipio:- of inon who aro ' arid ?"o no! f.. to ;ivi," sayuic that * ' �.'��� (�> v,iy ::��. i:;io si .-mdard. i Jps-.:, t'hr;-;, aiul w-1 '.r.'.:s; kii.nv a !:ttlo nhoij' him and follow t:':->." ![:�! word.-', aoro poworfn! and' and ioi; a do-'p and last-ai: '.aipross'oa upon his hoarors. who � ari'i-d iiwpy with Miom uo� thopsrlits  * '..:� 'ho hoard o, railway commission-; * rosar'iintt :iim-:i proteUod Iri- ; .��ki;.' train .-..-vi( - >n the >uuth ; a: . ..'.] --n' 'ay f'ro ton. has ti' �I. in tnR ! st>.l �. Id- �aid o: -ll'lpo-i �o:iu: itndi rtakor Ii. ('i'-r.illi:;: oft,. . . .'ted any-I in- Sir John Willison and \V. J. llul-nian will visit the city Tuesday. Arrangements had been made for : ' ,.,-,ivf,j bv hu f;,,llilv lumhcoti to bo held, but ,�lm; ,, ,Ue m,linci;il 'VOt, pressuro of time Sir fohn will ,ot ; ,vnooll wa.: aprointed (hap- roaoh the ,,!> until two o clock to-',.,;, ,f ,,u, Up!h!)rllii;,. in�hlanders mteruoeti. At throe o clock ; whcn UliU ri.KlllllM.t u-,..s formed. and pa.-etuiK will ho held m the , h(, ,rocePae(, overseas with them. Three bootleKRors walked Into the arms of tho provincial police very neatly tit Coalhuist Saturday nijrht. netoctives Hasan and Wigs; woro driving; into Coalhurst In tbett oar anil when they stopped a man etime up and askod them if they would like to buy some whiskey. KiiRan said "sure." The iniiii produced a bottle. Kanan and WIrk traced tho booae and found a car of I!. Later they discovered Uial tho two men who had been sponsors for bringing the, whiskey into the country wore n provincial pollen constable and a customs collector who had been stationed at tho border. The car was confiscated with its load, the driver arrested, a man named Honnard. and tho customs collector was later apprehended. The police are now on the trail of tho constnble who was implicated in tho case. They hope to land him before tonight. In court this morning the driver of the car and the customs collector wore each finod ?'-" and costs for havltiK liquor in their possession. Tho car was a Montana car and had evidently been driven through from t'outts. It Is understood that both officer will he suspended from. duty. LANSING WILL T morrow a p'lhll hoard of trade rooms discus- af:er-the-war i- chairman of the Canadian indn trial reconstruction association. Mr. B'llman w-!io accompanies him is president of the Canadian Manufacturers' association. h i.. hoped that �! many oitl7.eps as possible will attend the mooting tomorrow afternoon. , , , ... proceeded over to hoar Mr John problems. He j no ,vas transferred to chaplain's work j at tho front and elsewhere, and has been engaged in that work ever since. He will resume his duties as pastor of Knox church here, where Ituv. \V. P. Dunis lias been temporary pat-tor. MOOSE JAW STRIKES Mouse Jaw. Sask . Sept. 10.-The journeymen barbers belonsliiK to tho local unioti wont on strike this raon-int: and with the exception of Uh master barbers in each ot tho shops all men are on strike. The atjrtiomont between the men and employers expired on Saturday night and -when the bosses had not agroed to pay more Mmmx $c fttfirt? pianos "FRO** FACTORY TO HOWE" Mason and Risch Pianos do not Wear Out They last throughout the lifetime of the family and are passed on from generation to generation giving unfailing pleasure and satisfaction. Mason & Risch pianos were first built almost fifty yars ago-and those original instruments are today giving the best of service.-Many of their owners say they arc, "AS GOOD AS NEW" There is no need of trying io make yourself hollera that choap, low priced ylanos aro economical. Thoy cost � most in Lho end. Owning a. MASON a. RISCH is the bewt and trueHt ECONOMY. MASON & RISCH LIMITED BALMORAL BLOCK FIFTH ST. S. LETHBRIOGE v.'ashini ton Sept. K, Austria's; p ac** d|so\i-sion propo-al r-'ach-d the1 Swedish l",t;;iiiiu; today and arrange-j iiiopts w*'i"i- tii.ulc for its delivery to! the suit" department S aud tlutly the At; -U uu pro-1 The Lennox Torrid Zone Steel Furnace 'MMiint.nns r.."jr.ld the. .--rioiis imsiposs ii)K ' said President i.bout f the now ot auto Mai'iioch i lboai-.l of trade, unlay. "I see ^-W hat oven tho premier ,of thn province is a"', immune from the epidemic, and 'ha' lit- auto was stolen the utip'r � lay. "The police, when they cat. h one of the perpetrators, should rank" a s'iff example of him." said Mr. Mar-no.-h. "There have been several eases of iiiito thefts in tho city, and there the hnjlust ils i umbilici with siri.-tly high-grade .� it.eit Uiior. do-..'ii and d-'poiid-' its fffl- It i.H built i,l liHjivy s?,Tl ti inost exaetinK coniiitioiis. l> , carbon. *Brt can xtur.ii more h-cast Iron or wrought iion W. LENNOX TORRID ZONE FURNACE louli io 6.6 u crucible in which to molt any Ki'ade nl i sianil ilio r>s; ,f lime under the �tjiitiiliis less than 1 p-i cent ot it without Ijuruint; ibnii trjol rfel. have. pi o>'od that th' -le,-l I'l n-ei| with' ist iron. '..-�irv FOR SALE AND INSTALLED BY THE HART HARDWARE Co. 418 13TH 8TRMT NO*TH PHONE 1294 doe made yei of any of the puiliy parties.' I COURT OPENS TUESDAY Disirict rourt opens Tuoaday witli Judi;o McNeil pro.-idiiiK. The follow-int; is tin; list of cases: Large Debt Anderson vn International Harvester Co.; lleattie vs Jiodgo County Land Co : Otuke vs f'aynioinl Mercantile 'Co.: Dc'iti vs Assinilioia .Music Co.; Arins'ron^ vs \Vusti"r: lltddorson \>' CartriRht f. �\.: Westorgreen l*' Welch; McKeinlo v� Dawson: Kill! gore vs Lyinl'-: Mellow vs AHread. ' Small Debt | International Harvester Co. vs Johnson: Uoser vs Henderson; McMillan ! not seem to be a {too I example i vs'McKwen: Sam Sinp: vs Cronkhiti OVER IN A YEAR Will He Won on Western Front, He Says in Ottawa Interview niaquire vs HeaRerty vs Vye; (Jrahain vs lewis; McDonald vs Uakos it ai; Walters \s Hop et al; Munro vs Tromiihiy; Crahiun vs Muir et al; Muiuo vs i'a'ker; Thaoll vs Carlylo; Munro vs lUchardson: liendei-snn (larage \s Mistro; .Scott vs Kaump; Ilijcm Motor I'arlora vs Tyo. Workmen'* Compensation Ihmmiski vs 1,'iilon Collenes Ltd.; Hawrelost vs Lobb. AUCTION SALE ON THE PREMISES, 8M SEVENTH AVE. SOUTH WED. NEXT, SEPT. 18th AT TWO OCLOCK FRANK WADDING 7VN INSTRUCTED BY THE OWNER, WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AS ASDVE, * QUANTITY OF USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And effects including Solid, oak oidaboard; oak . oxt*B�lon dilute table; two acta ot oak dining chuirs; o-piote maatqg|M>y (Oflw �u4(l�; oak oombinstlon otfii^a c*binot, "Nov,- toaUcd"-a�w-loc nmvnlae; sanitary linjaf*: cohtrt tab ion; upbolitarad e*ay cbajr; foiiT- bed* and B^rfeija and two niaurnHiio�; two oak drena-M a�d atanda; '^burner New ^Perfection oil stove; kitchen table; "idteheh cabitfet; Moffat's "Arfnifral" range In.apiondid condition; quantity linoleum; camp cot; window t>htule�; dlahoa; glasswaro; crockery and'numerous smaller effects. 1 Ottawa. Sept. Id.- Premier Ma. -. ' of yew Zealand, prophesied ihe eiid. j of the war would come next year ' when interviewed at the Chateau i l.aurier aunday. | "When 1 left tiie other side." lie' ; said, "the indications were that the, war would be finished next year and ; : while the present trouble in Russia if drawing the attention of the people i � to a possible long drawn out struggle' ' ihero. my opinion Is that the war will i ! he won on the western front. The I 1 trouble in Russia will not be anything I IbiK-'- I j T.;o- pit-uiier is tarrying this men- j sage of hope home to his own people , ; and he is also taking with him vivid 1 ; impressions of ihe great work of the I i Xew Zealand troops, in France. "I : (was with them just befuro the com-i I mMUCermmt of the present fight," he | said, "and they were in fine spirits." j i W!'h rogard to the recent war conference He said good work had been I don* toward consolidating tho Kmplre j and as a result of it the Dominions were nearer proper representation ! than over before. I There was nothing of tho joy ride in it, he remarked. ' Why 1 have been in politics for -4 yoar-i and i have never worked ho hard as I did on my last visit to London." NEW PHYSICAL DIRECTOR Y. M. C. A. Leo. 1,. Hrooks, of Tabor, Is the new physical director of the V.M.C.A. in I.otlibririge. Mr. Brooks lias reached the city to assume his new duties. Itefore going to Tuber lie, wa.; attached to Ihe V.M.C.A. at Las Angeles. Cal.. where lie was assistant Instructor, and al Tabor has been in charge of C.S.K.T. work. Mr. Mrooks is anxious to get the physical elaisoi here started as soon as possible, and a programme will be announced shortly. WILL BE FORCED TO ACCEPT PEACE TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S PHONES 770-469 Ottawa. Sept. 16.-Resumption here tode.y of the Investigation by Judge .Mac Lennau of Montreal into the Cham-bly-Vorehwes election cWarges led to protracted examination of piles of military v.otea. Knvolopes containing the military ballots allocated to the division wore reviewed individually to pick out tho rejected ones on which tho charges made by Mr. Joseph Arch-umbuull, M:P, last session wore, based. Vancouver, Sept. Hi.-"1 see that j Austria invites the nations to u peaco  conference and that Germany is muk-Ing overture* to Belgium," remarked | Baron ShaughneHsy in Vancouver to-j day, "Well, they will soon got peace, j Thoy will get It in tho same way that '; ! a prize fighter is suddenly and at '' i HmttH unexpectedly precipitated Into J j forced repose by a kneck-out blow," he i I said. j "Just now," iie continued, "wo have j the. enemy Htaggerina;. llo is display iug s'fgns ot dlro distress. Now is the ! time to strike and strike hard In order to finish him as quickly us possible. For the allies to consider a peace conference is out of the question. It has been said, aud well said, that force la the only language Germany understands. Then let it be force to the uttermost." Lord AtholstM, cf the Montreal Star, has mr'> si* !lrst trip through the w*sbt and M i?"r?.Uy Impressed, ('apt. K. A. Haker, himself blinded, has been appointed to tho vocational staff of the Department of Soldiers.' Civil Re-ostablishirunt to care, for blinded soldiers. NOTICE TO UNITED STATES CITIZENS IN CANADA. By the United States Military Service Convention Regulations, approved by the Gover-nor-in-Council on 20th August, 1918. MALE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES IN CANADA, WITHIN THE AGES for the time 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 DISCHARGE THEREFROM, UNDER THE CANADIAN LAWS AND REGULATIONS. The regulations governing this liability are published in the Canada Gazette (Extra) of 21st August, 1918; copy whereof may be obtained upon application through the post to the Director of the Military Service Branch 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 OK THE UNITED STATES TO WHOM THE REGULATIONS APPLY is 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 regulations prescribed, WITHIN TEN DAYS AFTER THE EXPIRY OF HIS OPTIONAL PERIOD and will be 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 of registration, with which it will be necessary strictly to comply, are set out substantially as follows;- REGULATIONS 3. EVERY MALE CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES WITHIN THE AGES for the time being SPECIFIED TN THE LAWS of the UNITED STATES prarcribhie compulsory military service, not including those who havo diplomatic ext-mption, WITHIN TEN DAYS AFTER THE EXPIRY OK THE TIME LIMITED BY THE CONVENTION within which the (.iovernment of the United .States msv issue him a certificate of diplomatic exemption, SHALL TRULY REPORT TO THE REGISTRAR BY REGISTERED POST, and in writiu� which is plainly legible, hie name in full, hh occtiuat ion and the date of his birth; stating also whether he is single, married or a widower; and if the latter, whether he hns a child living; also if married, the date of his marriage; and stating moreover his plnce of residence and usual post office address in Canada; and, if he reside within a city or place where tho streets and dwellings are named and numbered, the name and number of his street and dwelling; or if lie reside in another plane, the lot and concession number, section, township, range, and meridian, or other definite description whereby his place of residence may be located, having regard to the custom of the locality in which he lives: and IF WITHOUT REASONABLE EXCUSE HE NEGLECT OR FAIL TO REPORT IN' THE MANNER and with the particulars aforesaid within the lime limited as aforesaid, TIE SHALL BE GUILTY OF AN OFFENCE, AND SHALL BE LIABLE UPON SUMMARY CONVICTION to a penally not EXCEEDING FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS. AND TO IMPRISONMENT for anv term not exceeding six months, aud moreover he nil nil inrur A PENALTY OF $10.00 FOR EACH DAY after the time whan or within which he should have registered during which he shall continue lo be unregistered. 4. EVERY UNITED STATES CITIZEN WHO HAS DIPLOMATIC EXEMPTION, although not otherwise subject lo these regulations SHALL WITHIN TEN DAYS after the granting of tiie snme trulv REPORT TO THE REGISTRAR, in liko manner and with the sainn particulars as required by tho last preceding section; and in addition he shall embody in his report a true, and complete statement of the particulars of his certificate of diplomatic exemption. NEGLECT OR FAILURE without reasonable excuse to comply with the requirements of this section SHALL CONSTITUTE AN OFFENCE PUNISHABLE IN THE MANNER AND BY THE PENALTIES provided in the last preceding section. IMUCD IV THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, MILITARY SERVICE BRANCH. 18988623 ;