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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY KERAL9 ummt-mmm THURSDAY, NOVEMBER U, WTS CLOTHED TO SLEEP i jOflicers and Men Will Look ! More Like Eastern Lumber .lacks. Than Soldiers ,- i nsucvrr "I'tovtnce. � People's Forum Communication* under ih!s must bear tho signature* writers. head nK of the A STATEMENT Lothbrldge. Alia. Nov. 11. 191S. 1 Editor Herald. Sir.-Under tho heading of "Messages for the Sabbath" in your paper. I read with particular interest the i comments of the Rev. W. F. Plums on certain sayings of Jean; and His apos-, tics, 'Love your enemies." etc-. Although the sermon in itself is very in- Four Good Lessons to Remember Tim-Once roar kidatyf ar� afftet fed, ckroai: ctunrisiat* are tur� to fol jta�r--if you ion't rtaeve tse �uh HsMoaiately. Steoaii-Von ean't neglect kidney \%t bladder derangement! and stsj |kealtky. Patting off will aerer cur*, lou Kutt aatiit Nature. Tkird-The sympreSM of kidney M bladder trouble-the co$nmp�est symptoms-ar�: Pains in the "baek and mitt, iwollni jo.eta, painftipvritaiioa, rick duit deposits, and constant headaches or Juudsm, - Fourth-The sure and safe remedy |f*r all afflictions caused by weak or idaraaged kidneys is Qia Pills. Gia Pill* ha'.e been the meat.* of /�toriag thousands of eiroaif suffer-jers to health and strength as�in. If lyeu tuffer from k'dnrr or h'aii'ler (trouble*-one eteroted ita go to w^rk again. Five b�S�* of Gin Mis put him oi Ilia fe�t again, aiid to-day he is physi-wally *> �g�la request by writing :o Th* Natios�l Drug I- Chemical Pa mt Caiadx. Limited. Toronto, Oatarla. 5*7. 8. rtsideats hoi'.ld address Na-I)ru JCs)., Mai* St., BittTaio. N .V. \,% .- tni ottrse of tho message we read t'iri Jesus addressed the Hebrew nation 'a people grown materialistic." "a ifo.j'e to whom revenge was sw."et." "and .the o?tl dictum of an eye � lc- an .ye. a tooth for a tooth." was J �� ri'l dear to 'hem- A few facts might; .t liient'oned which will throw light c:\ the character and customs of the | I'c'.rew nation of the olden times. His-! t tv �howg that the I^?brews fought i no wars of of/enue during the whole I p^r-od of their independence after their return from Bahelonla. The Mac-ceheans certainly ilid not wage a war! of ofrer.se or one for any materialistic l-.i \ \. :;�>: Sot wa? it a war for material-* a..in on the part of the Hebrews .. .: ii Un1' fought in defence of the ''.Vrtirie asalnst 'he Homan in-. o'.-r*p. � One-instance might be men-.... '-d*ivi.on the Uoroan general ask,-  i. Mohn-w tnaeh�r what he wished 'liin no" i'j tle.-trov or seize. He asked i.o: fur gold and silver, but asked him o :p::i" ihe  'jilcK^s and Hrjcd men. A^ain. the passage "an eye for an �>e. a tooth for a tooth" were inter-; : �: "1 by tiie Kalibis of the Sanhedrim .-.�\eral liundmrt years before the birth �f CitriJt as meaning that a guilty per-��>n should :>.e mxde t:-� compensiite the injured one finanoially. for any dam-:i>-" suffered wa.; t iken literally. j I believe that these facts are suffi-I ient to show that the Hebrew nation j if those days valued spiritual and ; -dealistic "niaf.era far more than tin-; ni.iterialistii- and were far l'rnm being j of .>. revrnsefnl naiure. ami were far 1 eiuiuiii adv:;:n e�j a- m know enough no; :o interpret all saying- oi" the Hi-it!" ilterally. 1 would ' W. K : Hay fair, correspondent of the i'tina- | ,di'ilii I'te.-s. bimiteil.i-Never lias u; mr?it!>ry forco been arrayed a* the t'atiailian Siberian expeaiilon v. ill be , on .its winter eampaign out of \ ladi- | � vosjok In fii 11 winter kit. as issued! i by file anthori!ies to tliese Ui'th cell , tury argonauts, officers and men alike ' will look more like eastern lumber- ' I jacks twit'soldiers; but they will be warm itnd that i* the important fact ( in a climate perhaps more rigorous � : than tlnu of Uie northern prairies ' j It is a novel feature of this uxpedi- ' ' Mot; that winter Kit has been issued to i i officers as well as to men ar.t'. there ' i is not much difference iu the garments i handed dift to the various ranks. ' |\Vurmt:i ami utility are (he main char, j i acteri/ Sleep") In Flanders field* Fresh poppies ;//.' Heitreen the cnwvvx. How bp row. That mark the /_)///', . .'lnille when the Germans came in. was sent to Germany as a prisoner aud has nev-�er been hoard from since. Mrs. II. IVlmarqui' says that her mother died 'two years ago at Lille from the grief the occupation and the consequences of the war catispd her. .Her father. Pierre Delezenne. was able during the occupation to outwit the Germans. Although the military ' conducted eleven perquisitua raids on his premises they never were able to find his stock of cloth, which had Been successfully concealed inside hollow walls. More than that, he never stopped manufacturing to a certain extent and shipping hli house, Zi] 195% Pure Pftint B-H English J|h^^ 30% Purt^tZirtc The kind we guarantee to possess as its important base, the above correct formula. This formula, printed on every cay, arid-guaranteed over our President's signature, commits us to this standard. High in cost as white lead hao become, we must use it in the same proporticn as heretofore. To use lcsj of it, would necessitate the removal of the guarantee from our cans-and to do that would injure the reputation that' these paints have acquired by reason of their superior ingredients. It is by using pure vjhitc lend nnd pure white zinc in such liberal quantities that we ha*e been able to produce a paint that truly excels in covering capacity-and that stands the severe "climate test" of Canada in a way that spells true economy for all who use it. Other B-H Products of Sterling Worth We carry and recommend the following B-H product?: For Interior Finishing B-H Porclt Floor Paint Varnishing n Floor "China-Lac" - the. perfect Varnish For Porch Floors, Ceilings and parts "Flooi lustre" excellent for interior Stain. exposed to weather. floors Staining tho Roof . , . , .... Plaster Ceilings and Wa'.l. For B�rn "nd Outbuildings "Anchor Brand Shingle Stains" in 19 different colour*. "Fresconctte"-a flat tone oil paint. Imperial Barn Paint. Colour Cards and �riccs from our local agents. TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. LETHBRIDGE - ALBERTA ! RRANDRAM'HENDERSON ImONTNCAU HALIFAX 17 john tokonto winnipcu CAUOAZtY. EDMONTON VANCOUVER Acarrying a marriage license .it'iuMi in his pocket, for nine years Kuerson of Minneapolis, Minn., uas fouud use for it. He was married O-t �' .to Hannah M. Hansen of La , ,,,,,,,,. ,,, gooUB, a,u:ougu wT'i" \, �Vhe \, ^1 through what means Mrs. Delmarque obtained in Minneapolis on May 4. k she , h Knersan was tmrty-seven years it.ttrmauB behaved ,ke ruffians in Lille, breaking furnituro and plunder-j ing; but that people having money i old then, and Miss Hansen was :twenty-three. !� is one of the Ipngest ;courtships authenticated by the court t  cords. Five cakes of Gold Soap mcav ure as large, weigh as much, and do as much and as good work as six cakes of any other laundry soap. Think of the saving and remember the name. QmUSM* it mmdm in |A� SVoctar > OrnntU Factorit at Hamilton, Cmmmdm' ' I could get anything, although at a high j figure. So long as the Germans j thought, that Lille was for good a city jot '.he German empire, tho citizens were not generally molested and the Oonnan soldiery was even forbidden to accost French women in the streets and if any complained to the surveil-1 lance bureau the soldiers wore pun-', ished, but latterly matters changed I and the citizens, men and women, were treated with little courtesy and t little attention to the rules of morality. I Mrs. B. Delmarque/s husband 1ms ; been at the front ever wince the war ' began. 'Per Tag* Has Come And with it that complete and overwhelming victory for which during fifty-one long weary months we have been longing. It remains now to Bring Our Brave Boys Home CrPrNION OF A MEDICAL MAN i (Prom a Vancouver Paper and Pub-| lished by Request), j Kditor Province; I am a visitor on i my way to the south, from the cast, ; arid in your paper tonight I notice an j advertisement telling the people to jget a maak or. better, a muzzle; also j stating that everyone in Alberta and j Haakntchowan is compelled to wear | one. Tliis is not so. Tlioy tried to � do so in Home places. Now, Hir, as a | medical man of forty yearn' practice, j to my mind this is not only a filthy J thing to wear a piece of cheese cloth j over your mouth and nose to keep out j the God-given air, but to "suck this j dirty tiling is very dangerous. I was jail through Boston, New York, Mont-: real and the oast, and no one thought j of auch a thing, if tho people would keep from draughts aud in the open ; air, which is ul^out as pure here on the coast and more so than most pluces, they would bo ail right. Mat only the food which is healthy, and take exorcise, such as a good walk in the open, with a few good deep breaths every few yards or so, tlioy would ward off this grippe. Do not bo led away by the foolish advice of one or two who want to make a profit on ths sp.lo of cheesecloth. Such is tho advice of one win! has been through tho plague 'a tho east. i". M. CLARK, M.D. IS Don't think that because the war is over the Victory Loan Hundreds of millions are needed now to finish the work which undertaken. unnecessary. Canada has In four years of trial and sacrifice we earned the respect and admiration of the world. We must .do our best. Let everyone of us do what we can to sustain our food record and help to make it a million. � Campaign Closes Saturday Next BUY ALL THE VICTORY BONDS YOU CAN Thisjpace contributed to the 1918 Victory Loan Campaign by THE McMAHON MACHINE CO. 18282838 ;