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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1917 THE LETHiJIUDGK DALLY HERALD I'AGE which -hows Expeditions of Christian Kurope ID Clearly. The Church of Auastasla or tho twelfth and thlrieontb centuries Sepulchre U licrelu rlelJneatel [or the recovery ot the Holy Laud as, a round tliurch with a domed rout; from Islam coaiUtnte ,t chapter of Uie Cb urch'Ot Is a p lha MirtytloD or Holy'tha Ion; conflict between followers palyeuual building, alto' o[ the two religions, ana are no lass wllh a domed roof; between tbo two, Important at a of general Ills- Is Mount Golgolhla. with the iron torlcal development. Jerusalem wis erecifit nnnu It. Tiieiw i-ao' be no r always an objectlre In tho doubt that the lite' b that which wu filed upon ho Bishop .Mai-arlus In the IInij of Con- In 0 Jeruiiletu w as captured by It tell aclttil Christian lon Mveral llmw, (he tint be lug when French, ItalLu and Norman s contribution 10 the enterprise was a story of an alleged personal appearance to him ot Jeiui, tflTlDf blm to acquaint Christendom ivitli (be SdJ condUioa ot the I loir Laod. Alter ILe In which Jewa were ibe chief sufferers, these tumul- tuous hoets found a pitiful end In Jluujfary and beyond ttio Hoaphorua. This adventure led to tlio forma- tion of Die fWit real crusading aVi which But out under the three UIB I'erBiujs. who did to ihc ProUclor of Holy H power Antioch, Tripoli, other crunderi were dertaken, ol them calauiltoua Mot leu EULadla, wu rMtrletftd to Tyra ind elao Chosroes In an attack on Jeru- salem ia U14. Ileracliui retook It U ind Jewa-wcre forbidden lo ea- ter Iho clly. Omar put It umier j M 01 lem lu G'iT, and the Mus'tuo i Dome of (he Hock was built la CSS. I ID the- tint CbrirtUn crusade. In infidels In Jerusalem were put i lo the sword. Salad In defeated Uie 11 tVanks and took the city in 1187. j A treaty lo prerervu Iho llolj- ulchre was signed by Russia, and Turkey lu 1SG1 Slloatn Jnscrip- j I HOES were1 discovered In .1SSQ. At French company opened a railway from Jerusalem to Jaffa In 1S'J2. In 1S9S Kaiser visited Jcruea-1 Lem lu Btatp. He received doputa-11 lions of Jews a ad Zionists, many old j wcro repaired and new ones 1 honor, one iif them up lo I Yes. A portion of i Christmas Gifts 'S WEAR f of-Italy under lloliemund and Tan- clly wal1 nwr thc JaHa cred. This was Uie expedition that Itorn flown "to the.cniry lo the entered and held Jerusalem. cllX commodious.' lu order to as- sist Germau. colonists tlie Deutsche Crusades I'aleatJna lltnk was tatablisbecl Other crusades had a common popu- lar basis, nllhougb pursued by their leaders for diverse ends. Louis VII. of und Conrad HI. of Qer- ways mentioned Iu accounts written and wholly Richard i many led tho second. The German by visitors lo JeuiKblnn, tlift Church', Coeur da Lion led In Iho army was nlmosL totally destroyed; of the to have ccaied to I twelfth eonlury. whlcli ended la a -t tha nilier tor.defeat ostst, nHliough the place where tho crosses wero found wna snown to pll- tfrlniB and a cliurcU was' hulll on Mount Calvftry, AtLcr tho capture ot Jerusalem by tho crusaders in 1099 Ihe Church of Ihe Holy Sepulchre treaty .to Christians Iho and to tbo climate, la the third cru- rlght to Ylfllt the Holy eaJo Ilidmrd J. of England, "Thillp confining their rights ot residence to the towuk An early 'as 1074. when Asia Minor pissed lo the Seljuk Turks; Pope enlarged by the addition projected a war against .t _.i i of a nave arid chaucel and other churches oretlcd. so that the .Holy Seiiulchro became tha centre of group of ecclesiastical bulldlnya, has so rcmalucil, Kroni times wrltcra Laro fiunlloiied It Iho Macarlus tomlj VITIB tho veritable sepulchre. They held tbnt Cnlvnry was formerly outside tho ciLy, and tlio one In the middle of the town could not be iho iriie onc. OUier; sites have been suggested ajid dehnjcd at longth. James Ferguson, llio architect, in :in eaaay on (ho an- clonl o( Jcnigalein, ialn'ed on nrchltccLural ovldonce that the Dome ol the. Rock, a Mohamme- dan masiuc, was Ihe church built by ConsLanllnc. On all tho evidence It Bccms that the present sl'.f? wag the one selected by Dlshop Mttcarlua, but 1L Is not clear that the tomb Is the ene In the body of Christ was laid, or that remembrance of the (rue tomb had been preserved In Hie three centuries between the time ot the crucifixion' nud tlie conversion of Con- itamlne. wlilch had reunion wllh the Creole Church as Its object. Al that lime R, in6venieiit ol revulsion from earthly Interests and passion-i ale longing for Ihe felicities of another, actuated all Europe. Thousands ot persons a yearning for the heavenly Jerusalem nnd Ibe ploufl sentiment enabled statecraft, hi which the church participated, lo en- list great hosts for the of Ihe earthly capital; it ECrved In other ways many and religious projects. Gregory's plan was dlslrac- cd Uy conflict wllh Heiiry IV., but Pope Urban II. took It up and project- ed Iho first, crusade. Peter Ihe Hermit and Godfrey Tbo effect of the Pope's appeal soon passed beyond liia power of restraint, nnd those vrho assumed ir.o cm- eatlcr's cross, embraced all classes. The peasant exchanged Uie plough for artne, and wai Joined by the dis- contented, tho oppressed, the out- cast; by great numbers of the lower clergy, bj- monks, WQIUCII and chil- dren. Peter Ihe Hcnnlt lej one ot L- Plan Now to Winter Sunny Southern California The (and of ripe oranges, luxuriant vegelatloa, automobile roadB, cbarmlnc resorts. Boll, tennis, boating, linlhtac nn'd tU the de- lights of oul-oMoors. A Eli raonlh.V round-trip ticket with slop-over prWIcies will enable you. to all points of Interest 4 Tnlnl a Day rrom Portland R. D. JENNINGS, D. F. ft P. A. 017 Sprague Are., Spokane, Weah. X JOHN M. SCOTT General Passenger Agent PorMr.n'l, Oregon SOUTHERN PACIFIC UNES icipal Have You Purchased Your Christmas Fowl? f A fmt Ut .f choice twteyi,