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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta ^^^dM'fEBRUARY 22, 1917 the lethbridge daily herald  One oow, 4 year* old, fresh, J aentle .and a.good milker. ' .; >..^e�fcaw, *3, yeare old, with - cwf = months in each year thereafter, unless changed by: the council for the time 'being. \ -.. :,:21. Any resident.of this municipality* niay .capture any bull, stallion, or any vicious animajr from running at large within this municipality and cause such animal to be delivered to �the nearest accessible pound in, this, municipality whetheY the owners of such animal are known to the captor �or not; the said animal may be dealt with in every way as a trespasser may be dealt with under this bjjlaw, provided also that the owner is liable | for such fees as are allowed under Section 30 of this bylaw. And that, a copy of the same may, be seen in e*ach of the following, plac-es: Office of Ihe secretary-treasurer, Etsilcom, AH a, ': 'Post Office, Etzikpm, Alta. 'Post Office, Pakowki. Alta. Post Office, Glassford,: Alta. �Post Office. Faith. Alta. > .'"'cAsklle's Store, Pakowki, Alta. Salmon & West's Store, Etzikom, Alta. � W. Erdman's Store, Doondale, Alta. 'T. Spencer, farm residence, Town- Bhin Range 9. U. Morris, farm. residence, Town-. Bhiu fl. Range 8. � v il. C. Cooper, farm residence, Town-6hv. 4. Range 9. G. Weeks, farm residence, Town- rhi:>*4. Range 7-, J. W. Jackson, farm residence, "Township 6, Range 7, AV. Kimball, farm residence,' Town-Ship 6, ^Range 9. F. Warner, farm residence, Town-Bhip 4, Range 8. And further that unless within thirty days from the publication of this notice at least ten resident electors of the municipality petition the council to submit such bylaw to the vote ei the resident electors of the municipality the council will proceed to pass the same. , , s. cope; . Sec.-Treas. of the Municipality of Flowery Plains No. 33. Ad. Y. IRE HEAVY FINES IN BOOZE CASES P. C. Alford of the city police last night gathered in 6.'Hoffman and W. Eckerman who were found to be unlawfully in possession- of liimor. Both appeared before Magistrate Elton this morning, pleading guilty and were fined $50 and costs each. Chief Hardy is aftfer the bootleggers hard, and threatens to make Lethbridge an uncomfortable spot for them. Hoffman and Eckerman each had a quart of G. & W. Rye. Eckerman had never got his opened up. It was a lot of money to pay for a drink he never got. > *? > > > > ?>>? ; * * * N. H. A. HOCKEY > : * * $ * . Ottawasv 5, Wanderers 3. Quebec 5, Canadiens, 1. \ TIRED OF THE JOB Amsterdam, via London, Feb. 21.- German papers announce that Baron von ScTiorlemer, Prussian minister of agriculture, has resigned, but, it is not yet known whether the kinghas accepted his resignation. >. �' Washington, Feb. 22.-The sinking by a German submarine of the Swedish steamer Skygland which had five United States citizens aboard, after the crew had been given tenV minutes to take to their boats, was reported by Consul-General .Hurst, at Barcelona, | Spain, In a message to the state ac-j partmeut. No^oife -was injured and the crew landed safely at Tarragons, Spain. THE SUBMARINE MENACE If those interested ^ in debating what means the Admiralty employ In dealing with enemy undersoils craft, could get a glimpse of the-enormous and carefully thought out organisation at tlie disposal of, \ir Naval authorities; the debaters would unquestionably admire the manner in which each move of the enemy is anticipated. Months before the advent of this new fleet of Huh sub-sea ships, the British navV was ready for them with the result that little if any difference has been occasioned by all the efforts the new undersea craft have been able to exert. ' Let Canadians remember that: their own country men are serving in the fleet that is responsible for the protection of our sea lanes. Not only in the North Sea, but-on both the Pacific and Atlantic coasts your countrymen are serving the King. 1 Hundreds of additional men are required. Now is the time for a man to prove himself. Come forward and join the R. N. C, V. R., Pacific Sub. Division, Coast Patrols, whose requirements just now are imperative, : and whose ranks are filled by Can-' adians. Posters and information have been sent to every railroad- station, post office and hotel in Alberta and Saskatchewan. A post card to any of the eight recruiting stations will receive prompt attention. Do not delay, for time with the Navy is exceedingly precious. �*� Above all, do not make the mistake of thinking life in the Navy to be brutal and hard. Modern thought and humanitarian principles have absolute sway in present day methods of naval training. In joining the R. N. C. V. R., you are helping,to strengthen those arteries of commerce with which is'wrapt up the well being of our Empire. The Bulldogs Are Coming! the World Outlook on Church Union By TOE REV. ARTHUR J. BROWN, D.D., LL.D. boaio of foreign missions of the presbyterian' church in the u.s.a. NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS AND CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DANIEL HERBERT WAY, LATE OF THE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE, IN THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA, GENTLEMAN, DECEASED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named Daniel Herbert Way, who died on the 14th day of January 1317, are required to file with Clara Gibson at 1256 4th Avenue South, Lethbridge, Alberta, by the 3rd day of April 1917, a full statement duly verified of their claims and of any security held by them, and after that date the executrix will distribute; .-the assets of the deceased among", the parties entitled thereto, having: regard only ..'to the claims of which notice has been so filed or of which have been brought to her knowledge. .., . . ' DATED this 15th day of February, 1917. ' . . H. OSTLUND, Lethbridge, Alberta, :� ' Solicitor for the Executrix. APPROVED for three insertions in ... the Lethbridge Daily Herald. Ad. V;#. ' (Sgd.)' J. A. J., C.D.C 'ONTARIO WILL SPEND BIG u SUiin ON: GOVERNMENT FARM ';Toronto, TeK 21.-It is stated that .i file provincial government proposes to 'expend*about ?30,OOO this year on the �X; new agricultural vschool and farm for :i sasteril-Ontario established at Kemp- The alternative before the Churches- is like that before, the Allies in Europe - stand together, not as sympathizers fighting separately, but asNa united force, or suffer irretrievable disaster. Nothing Is plainer than that North America is not being won for Christ as things are now and that it cannot be so won unless the churches combine.  Fields overlap. Organizations are needlessly multiplied. Expenses of maintenance are heavily increased. Communities which could (be adequately served by one Church have'a dozen. Buildings are small end poorly equipped. Time and money of members are so absorbed by the struggle for existence that Utile is done to advance the cause Y Christ. , The fact that moat communions approve exchange of pulpits and intercommunion, accept one another's baptisms, ordinations, and letters of transfer, and show an increasing disposition to enter into territorial, federative, co-operative, and even anion agreements eloquently testifies to the breakdown of sectarian feeling. . In making territorial division* and readjusting boundary lines ao as to avoid overlapping, numer-au churches have been shifted bodily from one communion to another by formal agreement between the governing bodies. In Korea and India, transfers involving thousands of Christians have taken place between Methodists and Presbyterians. A conference of representatives .of the Anglican Church Missionary Society's Million and the American Presbyterian Board's Mission at �Msanj,' India, March 13, 1914, a�reed that the Anglicans should withdraw from the Etah District and that the Presbyterians should with-t draw from an adjacent one, the Indian Christians in each case to fall under the care of the Mission left in sole possession of the field. Similar agreements, have been made in Bumeroui instances in the United Vtates, especially between Congre-gauonallsts and Presbyterians, and authorized committees are trying to lessen the evils of over-churching In small communities J>y encouraging feeble congregations to consolidate, the denominational affiliation of the consolidated church to be determined by priority of occupation or preponderance of interest. If such agreements are justifiable In ABTHtm J, BBOWJT. ' variety of other associations show that increasing numbers of Christians are resolved to -get together in Christian work, and that 'as they cannot do so through their churches, they will outside of them. The time has passed when Christian men can prudently assume an attitude of indifference or obstruction toward the movement for organic union. While attempting to avoid what they believe to be a danger in union, a worse thing may befall them and the cause of Christ-a cburcbless union of laymen who will simply ignore their ecclesiastical guides. The union of the people of God Is coming. Too many earnest souls are praying for- it, providential Indications too definitely point toward it, the words and mind of our Lord are too unmistakable to permit doubt. It may or may not come now; but come it will, sooner or later. "What trials and delays must be endured,** t~ quote Dr. Henry Van Dyke, "What OL^tacles and difficulties overcome, what long and perilous journey ao� complished, before the vision is realized, God only knows. It may b* that the conflict with evil must grow sharper and more bitter before Christians learn that division means such agreements are jUDtuLuni  defeat. H may be that the shame of mission fields, why are they not jus-1 forsaken temples and a vanishing tifiable elsewhere? , If it is proper tor four denominations to unite in a Montana village or an India district, why is it aot proper for them to unite in the country at large? The necessity for action Is not wanting, but on the contrary is urgently pressing. The reply that "conditions are not ripe" for organic onion confuses the objectors with Providence. Conditions have been ripe for a dozen years. It is objectors that are unripe. We may say with Shakespeare's . Henry V. at Agincourt: "".Al] things are ready, if our minds be so." Suppose the Churches do not unite, what then? Laymen are giving the-answer in significant ways, grfnlzatione Kite the VM.C.A Subbath and a "system of education without religion must grow deeper, to make men see the fatal consequences of disunion, rivalry, and mutual distrust among the disciples ot Christ. It may be that disaster and humiliation and weakness must befall the Christian forces and they must be driven to some dreadful battlefield of Armageddon to maka them stand together against the united powers of darkness and unbelief. Or it may be, and God grant it, that the lesBOn will be leashed in brighter paths and slowly spelled in syllables of hope. But whether by bright ways or by dark ways, . wbeiaer through suffering or ing i through rejoicing, God lead . us to-Or-i ward the consummation of Christian the unity In church union; Ood keep tta �... vou tried Pyramid?. M -not, Jusl mall coupon belw-and the re-siiita mav amaze TOU.^ UU�er� .arw ibr*""'** plain -wrapper. Name .....�* � Street ...... fi+i Pfnt�>. -j HUNS REPULSED . THE-BRITISH Berlin, Feb. 2.-A sharp attack by several British companies on the German lines in the vicinity of 'Armentieres, is reported .- in today's official hea'dquarters statement. The British penetrated the German .position, but were immediately : driven o.ut, leaving behind, it is declared, 200 killed and 39 prisoners. /. ? ? P(e. Fred Bristow, of Moosomin, Sask., has been awarded the military medal for bravery on the field. . * Henneset ^Wilson the St6rTc3fBIG VALUES north ?tiETHBRIDGE CAfi&tWtePOOte PHONE 789, DRAYING Of All Kinds WesteratfansferCo. BMlind i- going to see if she cannot grow most of her own food within the Kingdom this year. To that end [some of the big parks of London are-being piougnea up ior ��eu.ng.  v � FOR THE LENTEN SEASON We have anticipated a big demand for fish during the Lenten season and have arranged for fresh shipments to reach us continuously during iient. These shipments will bring; the very best and the prices will always be the lowest for first quality. SOW*.� c.�.n.. SSSSr^^mSitm > <* **** �*? Limited Office-C. P; R., Freight Sheds  PHONES,1 ' Office ......------. 1163 . Stables I-1064 llllllll-��!�.....HIMIlf ' 1 , Y IN FRESH FISH We have Salmon. Halibut, Trout, Codfish, Pickerel, Herring IN SMOKEp FISH Finnan Haddie, Kippers, Bloaters) etc. Then there will be salt fish and every variety obtainable. May We Ham Your Business? Del a n y s Li m ited Phone-452 9237 ;