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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '"'THE- ,m Officers and Men Will Look, More Like Eastern Lumber Jacks, Than Soldiers Vumivcr "Province.'' People's Forum Coaininiiic&tJon* uiidei- iliii Btnat bear the ; litnaturM trrlter*. ' STATEMENT-^ V Lathbridge. Alta. Nov; li; 1918. Editor Herald. ' ~" , . Sir,-Uncler tb'e heading, of 'Tff^ss-�geB for the SabbathV In your .paper,' 1 readirlth particnlar intertat j^tlie commratap{ th^ Rev. W. F. Burns on certain sayings of Jesus and His apos-Uea, *IiOTe your enemies," etc, AK tbongii tb* sermon in itafelf is very in- IFbnrCioo^lessoiis to Reni^mber mi^-tintr-6iiAiyvmf^^ are affeci ; M, kraaie^empiaiat^a aura to tot KtW-if >i)a daa't'raiw�a iki eauaa ,' ItaaMjatatf V atruciive, I would ask permission to comment a little on somoof tlie statements' maae with reference to tlie t'Jiaracter and customs of the Hebrew nation of the. olden days. _^ ^ the course of thejnesaage we read j (riTusirawV^al^^ that JesUsaffdrassed the Hebrew na.' awoHan'ijouite^i �"dBlitiv{d�p6ayjip mrih-rThe sure^d aaf�>enedr m ananietioBf^caa^d. l>y:.#aal^ or Evv|4ifMg�4-luda*iyi i�Gto;*SlJ�.^iL*�e bce%-tba;aieaas of SftH^^Otiii 'Vm'U^i�'':?^i'fjfi^e. tuffer-" aaa t� htl& and ftrea^kJigaiB. U .....d? J*B wfcr^'grraia.''Jd^aeyvd> bladder �cS!^;;M�a�a=?i0^t^:^fii^^ did. for ttr^ C, g��ea ,Sta^bon�e.rjp1f. Toronto. Mr. *' *a* � far'aa attiac^^^ :^lthBBfhiiAjeetaa>l(>5X>ray, tr .tlie 'eapie .apnU aafc bis lo�ated. !*llyvb� w�*;fort*avti> Jeare hi� work .�iKi go t��ia-;^e>pital. His place' T*a� lulled bT �fatker, aa ke never exneet^^d VtTa;lis^*>'^i&?t Taie.iBomani�ln-I vartetwi On^Sst^ce jii^lit ^be^-inett-tionediRfben'-oite ^jooianeKeneral jaei^i ! ilie Hebrew CS^isri-wfiat hei-wi&'freaf {him not to destroy or seize, he asked : not for gold and silver, bat asked him j to spare the �coMfige^,ai^''leani,ed'.ine'n;-� Again, the pataaae^''f.ali'fieyeyforiv^ eye, a tooth_^i^^it^DOth'.'?-wero interpreted by th|ula&}atof thell^anh'e'^l^iu sevefal,hundraA-i)^� bWri/'the'rarlh of Cartel as meaning that a guilty person should be made to compensate the injured one tinanclally, tor any damage suffered; and was certainly not to be taken literally. I believe that these focta are'sufficient to ^show that the. Hebrew jiaOpn of those days'^'valued spiritual 'and jdeallatic"mattera-far� more than.ythe matertaljatic and ware far from being of a revengeful nature, and were far enongh'ad'^anced us to know enough not to iuierpret all sayings of the Bible literacy.-would conclude byjref � Vancouver, Nov. 14.--lBy W. E. PJayfair, correspondent of tlie Cnna-dilan Press,  Limited.)-Never has a military force been arrayed as the Catiadian.Siberian e.xpedltion Avill be on Uts winter campaign out of Vladi-voslok. In full Winter kit, as issued by tiie authorities to these 20th century argonauts, officers and men alike will look' more like eastern lumberjacks thBn" soldiers; buU they will be warm itnd that is the important >fnct in a climate perhaps more rigorous than thai of the northern prairies. It is a novel feature of this expedl-tioti that winter Kit has been issued to officers as well as to men ancl there IS not much difference in the garments handeil oat to the various ranks. Warmth and utility are the main char-actecistics. Caparisoned in full kit, the Canadians in Siberia might safely sleep ma,snow bank. . Some 15 itema are Included in the official issue. The Indent runs some-: thing like thia: . J - - " ; , Stecpingibag, long coat lined with sheepskin, mackinaw coat, fur cap tdque, heavy sweater, woolen shirts;- (two) snoW. glaflses.vtwo' pairs woolen socks, Klon-'] dyke sojrka,. moccasins,' shoepaoks.; woolen ^ muffler. : v.:.-' ^ In their; shiepsklnxvoat with turned .up- collar and'fur cap--^iiinist of "^k Bohijfaoi; has Jus^efrtTed a telegram^ from her- father^-^'Pifrte Delezenne, .a.s. 'Ikrge^ea^y-made melius clothing mans utacturera of Lille, who after the late evacuhtion of,the city by^-the Gennans aeft iorlvParii, fh>m wh^ cU| %e. leiegram lB-da\ed,^to see his daughter who is a Bister of (Bon Secours there, and get the address of ISlrs. B. Bel-marque, his married daughter here. Mrs; B. rBelmarque had never had a - word from her father, or, her ;;slster or'her son Maurice, who was wifh them, since the Germans i entered 'the city. They-are well; but her brother, who was "wounded early in the war {A RM^naaJo", Beiwepn.^ihe cno,sse.% That mark Wfl.-'gitoci' 'Andrml&lBif Heard ifrnmove^ii -The m6ch^:'beloiv. Touare ihs^'dc/adi Immortalifed '/..^ 'As at/es fly.:' To li-ing World^eaa' To us, yott Ke -In Flhiders fields. We iooh your qucu'irJ � " With the foe; To ns.'from fallijig hainh, Tou throw the iorcli. We froudly held it highj' Wc kept ,iko faith With, yotir who die; f!o sleep in peace Where poppies gfow In Flanders fields. -O.F.V. W. Russell Plynni 29 years oW, of Toronto, a member of the - CanaSlaa Northern railway secret service, who went to Port Arthur to inveatl^ta thefts made'from' the Canadian war, exhibits- en route, died in a hbaplbU there yest^rday^'ot^'diifluenza. . a cold -HaTe7�a.c cbitii^^- A|L4eidcrs;Mc.boz.r Peps  giutrantce to poMcaa at'ita importantlEHdK, tKe strove correcttermula. .,;f4ie�ndt___________- . ________......__________.__________.....____ TRiafonbUla. printed (�ev^ can. �nd>guaranteed over pur Presidenfa signature, commits us to this standard. Hlvh in oort as whitCilead hM'.heom must uae it in the Same proportion as heretofore. To use le�3 of it, would he-cearitate the rmdv^.^.tlie'guarantee from our cani^-and to do that would injure the reputation that?these paints Kjre ncquiredhy rea^B-rf^thdr aupe^ .It ia-hy wring pure white lead and pure white zinc, i^M Porch Floor Paint' . For Porcfa;ICloors..Ceilings and parts exposed to weather. ^ :�;-.C]iemica1'Ca W Caaaaa.;IiiVited, Torpiitq, Oata'riq p. a; raaajWtB'ahoiiia address Na-Drn-Jte..Isc.,SBei^a St., Buffalo, KJ. '^rt I USES OLD AfARRtAQE LICENSE After carrying, a marriage llcenie around in .Uis po.ckefc for nine years Aze E. Snerson of Minneapolis, Minn-has fouled use foe it. He was married I Oct. 2 Xo Hannah M;jHansen of .La Crosse, m St. Paul, on-the license'he obtained in Minneapolis on May 4, 1909. Enerson was thlrty-aefen yeais old then, and Miss [Hansen waa twenty-three. It is one'of'^e longest courtships authenticated by "the'court records. It A, Five cakes of Obld; Soap meaa-ure as large, weigh as much, and do �s much and as good work'as six cakes of any other laundry soap. Thisik of tbefsavbg and remember ^ilt^t^aaM^^:^to wear a piece-ot. cheese cloth oyer-TOUT mouth and nose to keep^out the'Godigiven ajr;;,^ut^ to^suok'^tlfis dirty^thing is very:" all thro&gh Bostoii/ n$al' ani}: the east, lO. ,pf�Buii!h''a thing. If�:'^h' kaep^frpm dr^ug^jtaj. they would be all right, food which is healthy, and take exercise snch as a good walk in the open',' with a.few good ,deepvb;reath8 every few yards or so, they would ward off tWsvgrlppe. ' 1^0.^not be-led.^way by the foolish advice of one or two who want to make a profit on the sale of cheesecloth. Such is the advice of one whcj has ibecn through J^e ..p^a^fe .'la'] (he east. N. CLARK, M.D. stoiw. ;th6flght in t^e,pii|n - her*,�ia:ithe mosFt-'pa'aiSfes, ISat only the And witK it that complete and 0YcrwlidbTinfe^^^^^^^^^ during fifty- one loi^g weary months we have been longing. It remains^ how to A Brave 4)oni^ti4hint tHait'becaUM/lKe war is over the Victory Loan is unnecessary. ii'sK the work which Cariada has . >-Hi^^i^s'of millions are needed jiow,;!^ fini! ' "^'TA^'ftmr'^^^^iif trial ati^ Vacrifice >we earr /''%LH^fy^fSj'6i'^itial atia'WVijKce^we earned the reject and admiratiop of v''thev^6rld.fWe,rauk;do our best. 1*�t everyo of us do what we can to sustain .' ;our5f<^frecbrd.and?Kelpito^^^^^ . \ n Cl^s Satiitday Next VICTORY ThMjoac^ f^nfrMafiffl to thelOlS Victory loanCampaign by TljE McMAHON MACHnm CO. ;