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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta .PAGEJ'pUjl .THE DAILY SiAlVfill. Ifoeralfc tllfcevtn DAILV AND IV E K L Y, subscription Rates: Dully, delivered, per week lOc Dally, delivered, per joar Dally, by mall, per year ........M Weekly, by roall, per year ......JI Weekly, by mall, per year lo TELEPHONES Business OITico Editorial Office W. A. Ouchsnnn anaslns DIrcclor Johii Torrance Huslnoss Manager Dates or oxpirr or ap- pear or'i.y on address libel. Acrepl- luco'bl papers alter elplrallor. data li cur authority to rDuilmle the iubacrlp- Uon. Veur King and Country nctd right nowl Merof (which Is. lo bo found Iti thei Hook ot Tlio sermon this text was published in n volume1 of Phillips HrookV sermons In JSSl.j Kroni lhal sermou we reprint Hits, extract: _ Deborah and Bank hnd Balnwl a vlflory Iu Urn plain ot Ksdrao- Ion anil nlting tho skirls or Iho moun- tain ot lAiilQ llcrnioii. TliHr enemy Siscrn had fled auuy rouipit-'icly routed, hml tho ivllil, Gerce, elrung woman who "Judged Israel In those days" mxl tho captain ol llio Israclll- ish army pang n feplondjd, prourl fong n( Irluiupn, In it Uic-y recount iho tribes who had come up lo Ibolr duly, whr Imd shared the lalor and Iho filory of the figlU. And then, In HIQ, midst of the torrent ol song, (hero conies oilier strain of fiery hulls- nallon. Duo town or vilbge, Meroz, Had hunp bark. Hidden away la siifa tttlle.r, ft liad tiro call which summoned every patriot, biK It know it was In nu danger. It Imd folMlm shock ut balllD on the oilier side o( thO and nestled and-hid llsrlf tJio inori! "Curse yo Meroz. satlh ihc unset of Iho Ixml; yo imirrly the Inhabitants Iherc- iof, tccausc ihey came not to iho help "ol llie Lord, lo iho help of ihe Lord n'giilpat the rulphty." It Is a fierce, vindictive strmri. II bursts .from ihe lips ol in Called, Curious woman. Hut It declares one of Llio most natural indignations of iho human heart. roz, Is gone. Xo record of it ihls verse remains. Tho most and indefatigable explorer where IL once PICKED UP PASSING" BUSYJMAfr II cosl la imllnlnlll Hip 100 al Assliilboliio lark Iu list year. H. R Porter of Iho cdHoriol ot Iho London TImos, Is Ocjil as Iho result or tin accident. OGlgary council volcil lo re tlio nrovlliclsl Eovcrnmpnl lo ailopl nn glvlns nil muiiU'liiall- llts iiowcr to flx n cCTtalu' ilny as ti There Is a movement In Detroit lo tlio saloons closo nn earlier every ilny. Al present liour THE PROGRESS .OF THE WAR It is a question, In spite of the con-j fident belief of many, whether tlie ivar can be concluded by the fall of 'caun'oT'evell" 3P17, J. L. Garvin, Ihe noted Hut remains; the %ll wri'.cr, points out that a Anal victory violent outburst of the I tan lie accomplished only by. anil then weight of Ihe entire resources other ,nen have tlie same lu- ll rituLu and her allies, and could Itereit in Hie result which ihey liavp. aro clghlcon hours -out of. Iho Iwouty (our. L'.culciiHnl J. llcaumonl. Enst l. ashlres. ivho dleO of lujm'Ics rroir Loral) nccIJcnl aiiroiu. U o son ol tho Counly Court Clerk of Klk-hcuer, Ontario, llo acrvcil in EBi'Pt am' France. Jllcliael 'AlelienVo, prominent bs n linancler nail permanent iircsl dent o( Ilie buiicel committee ol Ihc Russian Duma, la (lenil. llo born in 1S47. como nbout only after a prolongallou of tlie conflict iDlo neil The opinion is row expressed that GIT- Tuany, following her withdrawal from before the Uriiish al Rapnumc, will F.tiempl nn attack by sea. Following up the Successes of Ihe ou the DS iba coming out cool and unbounded froai (heir safe Iddinff-pfaces (o lake a part ot the victory which Ihey have done nothing lo secure. Mcroz slands for that. H sometimes happens Hurt K nian or a passes completely ah'uy frora (lie fare ot ihe e.irth and froiii the or men, and only a imme s lands as a sort the Tigris, there are indi- of symbol or synonym of some qual- l UIB Russians now arc Hy, Eome virtue or some vice; forever. pressing the Tiirkisft forces iroru rte S? ileroz stfliijls-for the shirker; for him vrbo willing to see other people north, and are rapidly dnv.ns them fight batiles o[ ure> while hc from-Persia. ;Tlius the- Turtifib cornea" In to take the spoils. caUsht benveen two offensives, tace-sjN'o Vqndfir Deborah and Uarali were anil this outlook 01 the p: the near cast. are rapidly driving them fight tlic the- Turkish two offensives, faces JN'o wpuil s Is lie fcne hopeful Tneir werc siu and comfortable, ami yet, L because -she was part ot lhe_same alii e to get. iae benefit of Ihe ifreafvlctofr'as much us any. 1 Koike thai ihe sin for which Meroz .The Albcrtsn has received Is cursed Js'pure inaction. We hear so of wrong oT wrong' WHAT IT MEANS TO THE FARMER The Department of kali or Inform: tho city ot Montreal thiit'thc cit> full powers to Invest if ea of comliluliig to inuJntait priced and ulso lo prosecute believed guilty of so' couibluinK. Tho f members of the Ottnvra Women's Canadian Club are havlus a heated conlraversy over llio ciues tloii of whether or not "0 Canada" should bo "with -English tvords, as the OI" Can- Miss F.- H.-Wylie, daughter of Capt. W. IT. In charge of the re- cruiting depot In SI. Catharines, has heeu decorated v.-iih tho Royal Red Cross for service. In various hospitals since the tmlbreak of the v.'Rr. She is now with Canadian Casualty Clearing Station In Belgium. Much .surprise has been cauied at by a report lhat a Frer-ch- to (or Qur- Lat- eior Sims. St. JMiil, rAllroatl c. raclor, nasoclati! of tho Into James JKU, died al Dnyiouln, Vlurian, of icarl failure. IlmnlUou will establlsli imnlclpal coal yuhla nt tho itiillul tiso Ijclng ostliuutcil at The milk ami i-ream yrtHluccrB tho of nmmiJ'.on Peel County Milk nud Cream I'ro riucers1 Association. A youug limn uboul nfnclcen years olil Junped from Iho MaiOiM 'ilsu nl iN'cv York unil wns tjro ed. Tho body was Jacob I.cuszlor. 53 years of [iresldenl ot Iho Oxford Association, dlci) e'hld the homo of his sou-hvlavv WoodBtock, Ont. Fred Bcalllc, jiartuer In Ilcatil Dros.' dry firm )n St. fnth nea, has left 'for Quebec !a Iho heavy artillery (mil for cotniulsslon. Hereafter, til Ssrnln, all bulhl over two storeys In height (orced lo provide Tiro escapes, while bonrdiag houses must provide ropes far each sleeping-room. (Tom a correspondent au estimate lie value of ibe Alberta government's tllf flanrjer :anrt .the. The Canadian Department b( Trndo and Commerce has been constitute] a "locnl priori I y brancli" by tHo.llrlt' lah authorities In connection with the prohibition of export o( certain com modities from Ihc old country. y' Swanky Swagger Styles Canoillau newspaper has refused accept au adverttsemeiiL calling recruits from ihu Province ol nee for a railway construction lalioa. At a meeting of the Doird ot Di- rectors o! the Tlailroad Y.M.C.A.. the The Cveigliton Bros. designer has created a.swanky single breasted Norfolk, al- so a swagger "Pinch with patch pockets. The.Creigh- ton workshops have skillfully developed each of these styles in a fabric exactly suited touts merits. TWENTY-FIVE TO -'FORTY DOLLARS CREIGHTON BROS. Tailors lo lion- GO-i Thivtl AVL-. S, Also 12G ElculL Ave. E., Calgary. moDey-loaning legislation (or the pur- chase of callle. The bill provides for n loan of not doing efe is the other danger, of t internatfonal secretary" requested1, on aml wot Ihc Naliooal Council, -the right, qi.not doing acd not tliinklce ct li Is liard ior many people to reel that Ibere is danger aort harm in thai, and danger.. 'Ami from-the I Yilality. from the leek'pi emphasis', and vigor man's for tbe purchase of livestock, wblch will be used the Taim. The (be'trouble comes, I.think, loUows: condition spiritual FirsLyEarir-SIs cows, sli calves. Second sli ooEerves ihe Outlook, olds, pii calves. jjireathed by Phillips Drools a. gencra- ThifJ tract for these times, H, six sli calves.. Uio EJiirker, bo'.b individually and Fourth :cows. sir 3-yeaf- a'i 'olds, 2-yoaV-olds, 511 cows, six A-year- ol-Ja, sir 3-rcar-oIds. ELI 2-yc2r-olJe, 12 1-year-olds, and IS calves. Tn Uii3''c3tJni2re all pattlc are femalesj bul the corrtspondenl ex- plains llral it is easy enough to trade males for females if the stock grower EO desires. He then au estimate of the! value of the herd at the end of trie? fifth year, when iho luan.muEt be- reil turned: IS 6 2-year-olds --............V30D (Krofi) Our Own Champion., March interest ins was held on Mou when the boards ot Jlar school met to discijss consolidation. This, has been 12 1-year-olds _i_iii ihe-iir fp'r. the past two years; bu IS calves 250 Tbe co.rresponrlenl doe? not plate Hie same value upon (lie cows, mat- in 5 a slight reduction for the older ones, biit places the total at 51500. V He inakps DO estimate of nccidcQts ,cr deaths In. the Lcrd. which frequent- ly occar. He makes no calculation dt iviih'ths Harvard school closed Friday "and--an unused room in the Champion school "it was thought wise lo bring the discussion up again. The two boards finally a resolu lion, which will be sent lo llio min ister. of. education at once fnr power 10 consolidate. TM will, oi, course, come befo Ihe rateraireTa for thcfr vote. If thi 'paEiEea.'we'hope lo -bavu the thir roori) runiilng alter- Easter holfdaya which ivlll be ol tenerit. lo the revenue Iron, the herd, if if la ajas many led for varlou dairj-herd, v1 1 high school work. At the end of the fifth year the (hope lo haye SlicnyooJ Ecnool slock grower must pay back the as are 3Ie has paid ?1J50 In inicrest, if lie lorrows at six per cent, and has halance ol That Is very good from a atari' of THE CURSE OF MEROZ two mjlea ivest of town. Charles and .Veil McLoa Saturday from a'trip t Ontario. E-In reporting-Ihc; sales of tracioc Jti "Saturday's pater, ciibuhl ha'vn's'aid Ralo3 were made h O... Orr, agent for the Interna'tlon Co. Orr. reporlS engin On January 26 Theodore RooWell.! andvEcParalor .told to. Dav L V -n -j Ensinc and, ploughs to W. Kr tererrtng to President, Long. 15-30. engln. ar on's h Von'B-phrase "peace wilhout Jack Dorman.'A'sood applied lo" tho war in Kurcjie, and J for sprlng'tradc. particular lo trie between tortured Hr-igians and thtir cmel oppressors and quoted. menahera of 11 ;cii'3 Institute "leave toclghl f iry lo the convention he the vrorila of the prophetess Deborah, Twho, when mien lily oppfcsscd Ihc children ot Israel with his char- iots of Iron, and when the people of Meroz slow! neutral between the np- ,Mr.' li. Istranfly returned "on Satu day with hla bride, -Miss S. MacMIll A rharlvarl was held at iheir uomc on Monday evening. .Mr. H. Fields died very suddenly on Thursday morning. of David Thomson, EEcrctary the Y.M.'C.A. at KenoFfi, for the rpose of 'organizing' the no.TT rlr.- rtiocnt of irprk for returned crs. Norman Smith, a well-khovn for er Edmonton newspaper man, wlio it Calory with tbe. 56lh -ballad n as a privale.ond waa..lailcr Irans- rred Lo the Scouts, oifter'-thiit being tached to ihe machine gun school West Santllir.jf, Kent, has won his immisslon_.aml Is again with 3 the BOlb, The Fannera' Club Elevator Com any, Uinltetl, with headquarters 'mnipes, and capilallzafion ot 0, has been incorporated by Domln u letters palenL The "company wil arry on a'general elevator and ware- ousc liuslneasi The Incorpbnitors delude Fmncia Albert Qslelree, grain eater? and, Joseph Jfuir, grain buyer oth of >Ioo5ti' Jaw, .and D .K. Ogle ee, grain dealer of Saskatoon. The cily- nf I.oug Ucach, Cal.. eld responsible'for daniages cause; n ,'Ahen the supcrstruc ure of n municipal pier collapsei Illlng 40 persons, in a drcislon ham il down by Ihe California supreni ourt. One hundred and eighty suit or damages, aggregating about have been', filed'against' Ih ity o( Long Beach hy relatives crsous killed or Injured. James Hedlcy, al one limn TTSS editor ol tho.Monetary Times, nd who died on the 23rd December ast, left an estate valued at and by Ms dated-10th Jctpber, 1315, he directed that the Toronto General Trusts Corporation' hould lioM' same in trust Cor his hree daughters, Maud and re'aldc at 73 St. Joseph itreei, who equally. The estate comprjses household, mortgages, Insur- ance, stocks, ..572 cash in bank, and really. Mr, Jastlcs Murphy of the eugenic court baa given judgment at Varicou vcr declaring d nullity of the mar- riage ol Thomas 51. .Miller and Alice Geneva Allison :n Waghlnglon. 3IIH- cr, a British was the petit- ioner. and the marriage was defended on the ground "that Mra.' Allison had secured a divorce In Oregon from her former husban'd.'Mr. Justice Murphy held that the Oregon law requiring continuous residence of a year ha-J not been compiled with, as Mrs Al H5on was then living with. Miller In Victoria au his wife and paid only transients visits lo Oregon, and lhai In nrltlah law. the petitioner being a British citizen and a llrlllsh matri- Canada must' If Belgium's Children Are To To violation of Belgium and free its lafld horn the Huns has been one strongest rallying cries of British and Canadians throughout (hjs iv'ar. For it our men have foiighl hqrd and Jong, and, stronger arid more determined now than ever, they tolhoEnisH- _ When'the soldiers first went out to fight the despoilers of Belgium. we who'could riot go undertook lo help feed the starving women and children yho were .victim's ot German savagery. Are WE carrying oh as the soldiers are'doing? Or has our enthusiasm sympathy died help lessened or ceased? Certainly (he Belgians' need of help has not lessened, but rajher increased L .Three-million children and old men are depending for the Belgian Relief Commission. Tho Commisiion in turn on us Canadians for a substantial sliare of the nscessary food, or tho money with which to buy it. Jf. vve fall ihort in our contrib-jtfons, thouiands of Belgian kiddies musfgo "painfully, if net fatally, short iri their food siTpply Already an alarming number. ol jherri. weakened by scanty rations, are falling victims to tuberculosis. There be little merit in restoring Belgium (o a'nation whose motherhood arid youth we had allowed to be decimated and weakened by hunger jnd respiting disease Let us al home carry on the relief work as as steadfastly and as successfully as oui auluici boys are cariyin'g of) the righting! Jf YOU have not hcen helping, nap iV the tirrie'tQ doyourbit- monlhfy or in am to Lacalar Pmirnilaf or Stoi Glimi' PajiHe tr ST. PETER STBEF.T, MONTHEAL The Greatest, Most Efficiently Organized Rel'iei v? The World Has Ever Seen. :al Corilributjons may be scnl to W. A. BUCHANAN, M.P., Chairman Belgian Relief Commitlce, LeLhbridoc, Alberts. monial domicile Intended, ihc Wash- ington marriage' Invalid, pressed and the oppressor, them; "Curse yo" Mcroz. said the angel of Lord, I; Curse ye lilltcrly the tnhahllanls hereof DccauEO they came liol to the Aelp of the Lord, j have the To the help of llie Lord against formerly nin' by Mr. Mrs. II. Sly Is moving Into thr Daltcr realdcnce. The (armerj are netting their seeil Ktatn cleannsl and In shape for aprlng planting. The chlnook of Iho pasl two (Tays, left the roads hare (D. a great number of til aces, Algng to an early spring. Siles and II. Mason I lie mighty." A correspondent of the New York Outlook calls attention lo the fact IhM over thlrtv-six years ,lre.M. ih. preached a sermon on Ihla curse of ion, fa'a 'r llenry one of the plon cer incrchanU ot ]J ran don, rlltnl In hts year. He came from Toronto In I SSL', and amassccf consfiFcra THE NEW ATTACflHENT WHICH COMBINES WITH ANY FORD CAR MAKE A; 'FULLY' GUARANTEED TRACTOR! CAPABLE OF DOING THE WORK OF FOUR AfVo YET WHICH. LEAVES YOUF1 FOHD HEADY FOR USE AS A TOURING1 CAR. ROADSTER IN MINUTES FROM. .THE TIME IT STOPS YVORKJNG AS A TRACTOR, IS THE MOST WONDERFUL APPLICATION OF LOW COST POWER EVER DEVELOPED FOR THE FARM- IT IS A. TIME TRIEO, OWNER' T.iSTCD IMPLEMENT THAT HAS COMPLETELY REVOLU. TION12ED ALL PREVIOUS IDEAS OF ECONOMY IN ALL HEAVY FARM WORK. USED FOR PLOWING, CUTTING GRAIN, HAULING GRAIN, ETC. An.V Tonl in comlition nsod with a Siawlc and run continuously im iiigh.grui1 ami do {lie woi'K ol' four horsc.s. Price are closing agency contracts. Tf you want'a ifWHl Uiing write or phone at once. ;iV M SUPERIOR SUPPLY CO. JSIliSl. S. ami 2nrtAvc. S. Exclusive Agents Tor .Soullicri) Albcrla THE C. P. R. GIVES YOU TWENTY-YEARS TO-PAY An Immense of, the most fer> tile land In 'Western Canada for at low prices easy terms ranging from tp ?30' for farm lands with ample ed iandg up to One-tenth down; balance If you wish within twenty yea re. In certain areas, land for ssle without settlement conditions, In Irrigation districts, han Tor Tar farm etc., UP lo 'also repayable 'In twenty only'6 pftf cent. Here Is your opportunity, to In- crease.your farm by gett- ing adjoining land, or' to secure your frlendi'as For lit- erature and particulars 'apply to Altnn Cameron, General Superin- tendent of Lands, Department ol 995 First St, East, Alberta.' .Loefll Agents... WILSON Sherlock Bldg, Phone 1343 Lelhbrldge AUCTION SALE S AND J. H. PATfllofc'fi' SONS Will offer for auction al Uoiincll'a r.lvcry Bariii Lolli- WED., jLVRCir 14 Al Ono o'clock i-arloailj .of Iteglslererl Sliorlhorn -tjiiil irorerord -Hulls, Also Iwo ClydQ pillions. Ureil Iroui luiiiorted Elreis nud dams. J. H. PAJpICK i SONS BQULTQN'S, AUTO' LIVE Closed ian'd healed c.i'rc (of country trips. We makc-a specially '.of lios- pltal calls, i Quick :Orivcr3 i rivrry iiaijs'at TilyMt prompUy. Try ws- DAY OR Op ALL KINDS :Wilcliell Otftcc at St. DRYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, c. p.-p.- Freight Shttls PHONES Office 11B3 Slablcs 10H FURNITURE AND PIANO MOVING .A SPECIALTY. COAL A.N.O Offjce: Balmoral Phone Resilience.: 624 'Seventh St. S. Phone iigii .Ti'itiisfci1 Goods Cnrtfully and Hsjidictl. Can handle pianos .or furniture up to 2500 Ibi. COAL C. O. D. j: Phope H20.' f. Son Office at iAIexanilra Hotel Residence Phone 1265-rC.ills Day or Night; Day Phone, Palace Confection. cry 668 Henderion Garage, llie A fell Cylln.ilci'. Sever- car.. One nf llic best anil moat rourorlahle CIFA 'r. His tii. COUNTRY TRIP9 RRIFEHRED-. "Meet us. at the. Palace" ;