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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - September 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I'AGEErGHT AUnited -Church Holds' ' Annual Anniversary-Rev. Powell the Speaker ; The annual iarvest and anniversarj* liervfces -were lield yesterday at the ,United chureh, North Lethbridge. Tho at two oclock FRANK WADDINGTON > IN�TBUCT�0 by th� OWNCfi, will 8ell BY auction, AS /(�OVE, A quantity of useful household FURNITURE And etfects fneludisK: Solid,oak.aidaboard; oak^eztABtloii dUMc takle; two sets of oak dinUiC, chairs; s-piece makqiapy vSmm oak oombiDjltlan atyjuTcabinet; "Ne^ �K^^ac'f "uw- cliair' foiiKbedk and Bi�ls>iira&d two'mattrasieai.two.-oak dr^a-�Mii�d>ataadfe; 3�bHnfei'T*6wiPer�&tlbn oil stoiie-.-.kltShen table; MtcOie^'caKfffMr McfCfat's ''AiMliral'' nange ln.^i{>lendld cd&d|tioa; quantity linoleum; camp cot; window shadea; dlflhea; glaaawafe; crockery and prell Is .oousiderlnc the mttar buf has arriVad at no decistbu. "from factory to home" ' Mason and Ritch Pianos do not Wear Out They last throughout the lifetime of the family aad are passed on' from generation to generation giving unfailing pleasure and satisfaction. Mason & Risch pianos were first builtalmost fifty yars ago-and those original instruments are today giving the test of service.--Many of their owners say they are, "AS GOOD AS NEW" There is no need of trying to make yourself belleta that -/ cheap, low priced pianos are ieconomical. .Th0jr c08t-i.njost" in ' the end. Owilinc � MASON A RISCH is the beat and truest ECQNOMY. MASON & RISCH LIMITED. bXlMORAL BLOCK FIFTH st. 8. LCTHiRIOGe OIRECTORItCA. Leo. L. Bi'ooks, of Taber.'is the new physical director of the Y.M.C.A. in Lethbrldge. Mr. Brooks has reached the city to assume his new duties. Before going to Taber he was attached to the Y.M.C.A. at Los Angeles, Cal., where he was assistant instructor, and at Taber has been in charge of C.S.E.T. work. Mr, Brooks is anxious to get the physical classes here started as soon as possible, and a. programme will be announced shortly. WILL BE FORCED TO ACCEPT PEACE Vancouver, Sept.. 16.-"I see that Austria invites the nations to a peace conference and that Germany is making overtures to Belgium," remarked Baron Shaughnessy in Vancouver today. "Well, they^wlll soon get peace.. They will get it in the same way that a prize Dighter is suddenly and at t4m�g unexpectedly precipitated into forced repo.se by a kneok-'out blow," he said. "Just now," he continued, "we have the enemy staggering. He is displaying signs of dire distress. Now la the time to fltriko and strike l�ard In order to finish him as quickly as possible. For the allies to consider a .peace conference ia. out of the .question. It has been ��ld, and well b*W, that force Is the only language Germany understands. Then let it be force to the uttermost.". Lord Atholstaa, *.*f the Montreal Star, has mKie 3M? Jiret trip through the w�8t and ig ^-^\y Impressed, Capt. K. A. Baker, himaeU bUaded. hag been appointed, to the vocational staff of the Department of Soldiers' Civil Re-establi�hn).ent to care for blinded soldierai' " 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 prescribmg compulsory military service, except those who have diplomatic exemption, ARE MADE SUBJECT AND LIABLE TO MILltARV: SERVICE IN CANADA, i AND BECOME ENTITLED TO^EkEMMlbN ,QR D^ CHARGE THEREFROM, UNDER CANADIAN LAWS AND REGU^tATIO The regvdations governing this/lialiiUty .ar^^^^^^^ published in the Canada ^Qazette^(Extra) of 21st August, 1918; copy ^hereof, niay/.be.'-l' obtained upon application through the post to the Director of the Military Service Branth of the DepartJneht 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 ,1* STATES, or TO feETURN 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 is reijuifed to REPORT TO THE REGISTRAR uncler the Military Service Act, 1917, f OR THE province or DISTRICT WITHIN : WHICH he is, in the manner by the regulations prescribed, WITHIN TEN DAYS AFTER THEfexPIRY OF HIS OPTIONAL PERIOD arid, will be SUBJECT TO PENALTIES IF without reasohablc excuse HE FAIL SO TO REPORT. For the infonnation 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 oiit substantially as follows:-^ REGULATIONS 3. EVERY: MALE CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES WITHIN THE AGES for the time being SPECIFIED, IN THE LAWS of the UNITED STATES prescribii� compulsory military^ service, not -including those who have diplomatic exemption, WITHIN TEN DAYS AFTER THE EXPIRY OF THE TIME LIMITED BY THE CONVENTION within which the Government of the United States may issue bim a certificate of diplomatic exemption, SHALL TRULY REPORT TO THE REGISTRAR BY REGISTERED POST, and in writing which is plainly legible, his name in full, his occupation and the date of his birth; stiating also whether he is single, married or a^widower; and if the latter, whether he has a child living; also if married, the date of his marriage; and stating moreover his place of resilience and usual post office address in Canada; and, if be reside within a city or place where the streets and dwellings are named and numbered, the name and number of his street and dwelling; 6r if he reside in another plaoc, the lot and coneesatpn number, section, township, range, and meri-;di�i�, or othec definite description if hereby his 'Plaoe of residence may be locatiMl, having reaard to the custom; of the locality. m>wKich. he lives: and IF WITHOUT REASONABLE EXCUSE HE NEGLECT OR FAIL TO REPORT IN THE MANNER Snd with the particulars aforesaid within the time limited as aforesaid, HE SHALL BE GUILTY OF AN OFFENCE, AND SHALL BE LIABLE UPON SUMMARY CONVICTION to a penalty not EXCEEDING FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS, AND TO IMPRISONMENT for any term not exceeding six months, and  moreover he shall incur A PENALTY OF $10.00 FOR EACH DAY after the time whan or within which he should have registered during which he shall continue to be unregistered. 4. EVERY UNITED STATES CITIZEN WHO HAS DIPLOMATIC EXEMPTION, although not otherwise subject to these regulations SHALL WITHIN TEN  DAYS after the granting of the same truly REPORT TO THE REGISTRAR, in like manner and with the same particulars as required by tho last preceding section; aind in addition he shall embody in his report a ti'ue and eomplete/ statement of the particulars of his certificate" of diplomatic exemption. NJEGLECT OR FAILURE without rcaaonable excuse to comply with the requirements of this seoilion SHALL CONSTITUTE AN GFt-ENCE PUNISHABLE IN THE MANNER AND BY THE PENALTIES provided in the la^t preceding section. IMUED BY THE W/mtmOft p�IWT*Ct^ MILITARY pilVICE MIANC|I. 16 98 36 7071 ;