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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 1, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta tHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 191? tm L-BTIfliiRID^-^AILY HERALD i fMwtHter-iMade, Quick  JMtta^O^h Syrup \ !; Mviim'im Kept Haadr !� Bvcrr I >:' Aw tamUlt i>reM'c' * [ notliinir else jvill loosen a^couKh It tibld and hiHiI the inflamed or leii' throiit a�inbr�nes yii%\, auch > Md; prdmptncsa. It's equally for .bro{rn-up� �� for children, lit splendid coUffh tyrup is made by ,.u�.inK8Mt ounces; of Pinei (60 ccnta Wrth pinto � lO'OKfVottIa and filling tho ------ ... ... f . ... gjj^y liourinir 8Mt ounces; of tinei (60 ccnta Wrth pinto � lO'OJifljottlo and fU bpttle With plaih granulated ISS?^; i iSfrply-Sf ' much. iptterfl^h rtocdyjtbanyou could bu.Y, jcady-maoo 'Pincx is a 'hiBhly concentrated com-Mtind bfoenuine Norway pine extract, cpmbliied with KUfclacol and is famous therwdr d over for its quick hcalinn effect �fn the tnembranea. IBewiire of aubBtitutea.. ^Ask,, your fliftiBKist for "2% ounces of Pincx" with directions aiid don't accept an.ythine �)�. f Guaranteed itocivp absolute aatis-faStion^or moiiey'^refunded. The Piaej Co.i' Toronto, Qnt ;iltev.* C.P.''^iilrhead has been In-"~> imniuinr. that rsnH ivni nvnn^R jKJivlpg yv�Wo�"'f.y 'ind'-nbt as the 'scribes." i^nawer to question ,number two: !*ye ]have lioard that ifc;.was said by them'pf old time; .thou shalt not Icili, and whosoever'shall kill'shall be in, "dinigeT of the judgment. But a say upto'you,, that whosoever Is ajigry with.,-his brother without: a cause, shall, be in danger of the judgment?' '."'re' have heard that it hath been said,'An eye for an eyp, and a tooth 'f^:{ii;)teeth, but I 8ay^urito you, that ye i^aisti not evil, but whosoe^ei- shall ismiteVthee on'tliy cheek,-t�rn to him tlence, knowing tliat God will avenge in due time, and give to all h-ls saints the honor of exeoutinp the judgment written. /Vnswor to question number three: "Yes, He meant what he said, because he comimanded his disciples to put it into practice. The Apostles and Disciples ot Ohriat did the will of the Father, who bore them witness with signs, and wonders and gifts of the Holy Spirit. They pointed io Christ as tlieir example and followed Him.- Inculcating patience in suffering for rig)iteo,usness sake, Peter said: 'Even,;hereunto wore ye called, because Cbrls^ also suffered fou- us, leavinj^ us an example that we should follow in His steps, who did no sin, neither was guile found in his mouth. Who,, when he was reviled, reviled liot again. When he suffered, he threatened not, but committed Himself to Him who judgeth righteously. 1st Peter, 2-21.' James, encouraging his brethren by the example of the prophets, and j apostrophising the rich ' oppressors, : says,'"Ye iiave condemned and'killed the just, and he doth not resist yo,u; be patient therefore brethren unto the coming of the Lord. James, 5-G. To the Rpmans Paul wrote, (chapter 12-19), "Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves  but rather give place ,unto wrath,for it is Written, Vengeance is mine, I will repay salth the Lord- Therefore if thine enemy hunger, feed him, if he thirst give him drink, tor in so doing thou shalt heap coals ot fire'upon his Iiead. Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good." ,; So tci the Thessaionlans: , "See that none render evil tor-evil to any man, but ever follow that which is good, both among yourselves and to all men, 1st Epistle, Chapter 5-15. The Hebrews were encouraged and exhorted to remember what they had already achieved:"Ye endured a great liglvt ot afflictions, partly while ye were made a gazing stock both by reproaches and affliotions, and partly while ye became companions of them which were so used. For ye had compassion of me In my bonds, and took joyfully the spoiling bf your goods, knowing in .yourselves that ye have in Heaven a better and an enduring substance.. .Chuptef-'10-32. . These Aoostolic precepts' and allusions 'W'ill answer the2 fourth question, and show to; us:the,-Real BeltA-ble Maxims of, GhriBtiaTO�Men," In perfect harmony with Christ. I trust Mr .Editor that I have nov trespassed too much .upon your space but crave the privilege of.answerihj the questions from the view point oi a daily reader of'iSod'B Word. Yours respectfully, . SIDNEY T. BATSFORD. King George has sent a letter to thi* lodrs lieutenant ot counties through out the country appealing to men of more than military age to enroll in;!, volunteer force for home defenca. MAKIlte IT PLAIN A common mistajce which ^sorm people continue to make is to accept from a druggist an "extract" of cod livers thinking.they will get the benefits of an emulsion of cod liver oil. ' The difference is very great. An. "emulsion" contains real cod lizier oil, which has had the hearty endorsement of the medical profession |pif, many years, while an,^extract'.' is,; product which contains ��� oilandA highly alcoholic. ' Scott's Emulsion is the;stati'da'r't emulsion of the world. I]tj^uaranfeei the highest grade of fe3l'i&�rf'-/r' skilfully blended with gl^periu-,, hypophosphites, and is'-efidot^ good physicians everywhe^' >'^'S'i;*:'M'�ii-; (i ;