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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRtOGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JULY 3, IIW. LOW PRICE FULL HND COMPLETE STOCK PIONE Have you seen the New Mode! Oliver No. 5 Typewriter? It Establishes a New Standard in the Type- writer World ti Sziggestive Questions on the By Rev. Dr. Linscoitfor the International Newspaper Bible It is as essential to a rigiit band is to a inanv functions. a Organization as man--aiid as versatile in its It Will Pay You to Investigate We are the local agents.- Stephen (EX Malone Insurance Brokers and Commission Agents Rooml Ott Block GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS BIBLES BOOKS The International Newspaper Bible Study Club is for the pur- pose of promoting, in an unfettered wjy among the masses, a wider study of the Bible, the basal truths of Christianity, and the prob- lems which truer ime every life. It is composed of all those who join a Local Club, ana take up the simple course herein out- lined, barring only ordained clergymen. All who have not joined are warmly invited to do so ai.a to compete for the prizes. Persons may join the cl-i'.i at any time during the year, but What suy for. or acainst, i i raul circ'jnieishit: Timothcns, in view j 1J; -le deessiuii uf the council at Jerus-1 la matters of habit, or ceremony. j or non-essentials, is it well us to I give way t0 the views of others, sink-1 ing cur own preferences when we can I accomplish good by so doing? For j c-xam-pie. yuu may oppose wearing j "pig-tails" in this country, with i dom, and yet to refuse to wear one in China may be great folly? i t Verses were the "decrees the elders which i were at and are these WARE Solid, Hardened, Lasting Mass, without a Hoop or Seam. Many other Exclusive Features are Yours, too, when you Positively Persist in getting Eddy's. All Good Grocers can supply you. Always, Everywhere, in Canada, ask for EOBY's' MATCHES NEW KIND OF WHEAT Regina, Sask., July Fred ham, a farmer living seven Abra- wheat was sown May 4, and was fully headed on June 30th. It is a new variety and has a of about 30 This wheat is headed north of Regina, brought in a sample j nearly three weeks before-the of wheat today fully headed out. time in thi qualify membership, in the International Newspaper Bible Study Club and this Local Club. 2. Each contestant- in this Local Club, jnust. answer each of the written auctions, for 52 consecutive commencing Suvulav, June 5, and the answers must be in the possession of this paper with- two wi-i-'ks of the closer -.'f this period. 3. E.ich question must be- answered separately, and the paper Britten on one side only. No answer must cxcoed two hundred words in length and ma-y be less.- Each answer inrrst hava the name and address of the writer at the bottom of the answer. 4. The answer." 'nust bs delivered "to this office, and they trill b3 collected at the close of the contest, and f rwardecl to headquarters for independent examination by competent examiners. The will then be awarded according to th.c highest number of marks, won by members of The International Newspaper Bible Study Club, and prizes which may b2 awarded to members of this Local Club will be given out from this office. The Prizes First gold medal to each of the first five contestants. Second silver medal to each of the nest five contestants. Third book "The Heart of price to each of the rifljct thirty-five contestants. Each medal will be suitably engraved, giving the name of the winner, and for what it is awarded, and in like manner each Bible and book will be inscribed. All who can write, and have ideas, are urged to take up these studies regardless of the degree of thjir or literary stand- point but from-the point of view oi thi cogency ci their reasoned ideas. (Copyright 1909 .by E-v T. S. D.D.) BUILD YOUR Residence Store Warehouse Barn And Fences Of CONCRETE as we make it Concrete Block is as handsome in appearance as pressed brick or cut stcne. Costs less. Grows stronger with age, Lessens your insurance. No repair bills. alls are dry, because of our special hard facing. Warm in winter cool in summer. Blocks scientifically made and cured before delivery We make WHITE CAST STONE Lintels, Sills, flteps, Columns, in special patterns to your order. Orders are given prompt attention, and delivery made as early as consistent with first-class work. Come to the factory and see how concrete is made. Visitors welcome. State your wants, and see if we can supply them. Sketches furnished for approval. Drop us a postal card and our repre- sentative will call Bovd Gnnde flb. {CONCRETED uuyu, vnjoue WORKS Smith Street, between Bompas and Courtland j Acts xv :23-29.; 4c j Is-a church better with or without a n elaborate creed? _ What did Jesus teach which is not a, included in righteousness, and the 'T constant vision of Gol? I a church sound "in the j always be a magnet to draw others to "F j it? _ Verses did the Holy Spir- i it_ forbid them to preach in Asia and I Bithynia, and would they have ?in- nc-d" had they done so? we hindered prcviden- uahy :rom doing certain good works, is that the Holy Spirit hindering j- Docs God in every emergency crive u? s6mr; guidance to what" we ought to do? t this vision jus: as clear a call ircrn God, as thousrh he had spoken personally? Verses God direct the course ox the Christian with absolute certainty, notwithstanding wind or I sea? I is one of the first earnest Christian looks out lor, wiiea he moves into a new com- ;inunify? i f Are generally in the major-: as earnest Christians? busy women gener- more spiritual than those who !have but little to do? i Should all girls be taught to earn their own living? Verse a person is inhospit- t Is _ it for God to open the neart of an industrious person Mian that of an idler? able, or stingy, is that a sure sign of ungodliness? for Sunday, July llth, 1909. Second Missionary Journey The Philippian Jailer. Acts I Lesson for July 1909. 'Paul's Second ;The Pnilippian Jailer. Acts j Golden Text-Believe on the Lord j Jesus Cnnst, and thou shalt be sav- ed. Acts Verses what class do vou place those who profit by the sins" of fallen women? This young woman was possessed Special orders received returned the same day by the LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY Co. Special attention to travellers' orders Give Us a Trial With Your Next Parcel STRICTLY CASK L-sson for July 4th, 1209. Paul's Second Missionary Journey. to Philippi. Acts to Golden over into -Mac- edoni, and help us. Acts ,with a venraeverlpirit'oT.vil, an all Verse it generally necessary ,round spirit of deception, including to follow up any good: work which .we telling; now wherein did her have commenced if we would make it Sln and that of her owners? A large number of buildings are to be erected 'this season. Talk- over estimates on all with us. All grades guaranteed. STAGEY LUMBER CO., Just across the track on Westminster Road in the North Ward. Phone 433 a success? Verses it have been wiser if Barnabas had first consulted Paul in the matter of taking Mark? i: I Which are the more be blamed in these fortune tellers or-their i willing dupes? I When bad men arc losine the gains Barnabas was a. relative of bf careSf thPt Why is nepotism in government ap- pointments, looked upon with suspic- ion? Had Paul, probably, good reason for with them? (See Acts If a man shows lack or courage, or tact, or faithfulness, in one position does that disqualify him in any meas- ure, from getting another, or from success when in another position? If both Paul and Barnabas had been duplicates of the man Jesus, would there have been this quarrel between them, and how would the matter like- ly have been settled? (This question the liquor dealers. Verse made the multitude so angry at Paul and Silas and is any reliance ever to be placed upon' the excited attitude of a large t must be answered by members of the club.) two Christians fall out, is one or both always to be blamed? Verses the dispute be- tween these men work out for good, as it resulted in tw0 missionary dei> utations instead of one? Bv any process of reasoning can you conclude that God was back of this dispute, between these two godly men, so as t0 better work out his purposes? ministers, and other Christians be on the look- out for young men who are fitted for the ministry, the same as business men are for good salesmen? people hate one another? Does worldly gain, today play any part in religious Verse did God permit such cruelty to his faithful servants? Why is it that godly people often have to go through very painful suf- fering? Verse why it is possible for any good man in prison, lying upon a raw back, with his feet fast in the stocks to be as happy as a man in health, and at liberty? Does a good man's influence cease when he is imprisoned and his limbs are fettered? In looking back over the results of his imprisonment, would Paul and Silas be to regret this painful in- there any circum- stance- s0 painful., or disastrous, that prayer and praise cannot turn it into joy and victory? If we prayed and sang more in our private lives, and in our famines. cident Verse result of the prayer of Paul and Si- las, or was it a natural event? Does God to-day work out for his people, practically the same results as are here Verses 27, did the jailer decide upon suicide, and is such a course ever justifiable? Verses 20, it natural Kir or religious conviction, that-now op- erated in the jailer? What- did the jailer desire to bo saved from? Verse precisely did they mean by believing on the Lord Jesus'? May a father or mother believe in Jesus, so as to assure the salvation of their children? (This question is to be answered in writing by members of the club.) Verse is "the word of the and may a person know that word, first hand, who is not person- ally acquainted with the Lord? Verses 33, the grace of God suddenly turn a cruel and brutal man, into a tender-hearted Christian? Verses we be confident :hat there will always be a happy end- ng to all our trials? Lesson for Sunday, July 18th, 1900 Second Missionary Journey Fatalities On First Of July Toronto, July 1. The holiday in Toronto was marred by three fatali- ties. Albert Frost, a young English- man, whose parents reside in Syden- ham, England, who jumped from the- Glen Road bridge, fulling 125 feet, was smashed to pieces. Leonard Bustrodc, 15, while bathing off Island Park, was drown- ed. John Wilkie, of Mimico, struck by a car and instantly killed. He had just come from the Union station after an outing with his- sweetheart. Winnipeg, Man., July The mili- tary sport at Sturgeon Creek yester- day was marred by a fatal accident, which occurred in full si-g-ht of aun- of spectators. Sergeant Her- bert Daniels, of the 13th Winnipeg- Field Battery, while taking part in competition between the right and left sections of the battery, fell from ,3 ijtv-'Aiu tiourncy VUy and Berea. Acts xvii: j the limber and was instantly killed John D Rockefeller and Mrs. Kock- efeller arrived at Cleveland, Ohio, to day to sptod summer at their Cleveland home. Forest Hill, They by the wheels of the gun carriage passing over his head. The deceased] was thirty years of age and had served in the South African war. -T T J1XM JUVr J. C4 V XI 4.11 J would we have more joy and were accompanied by a retinue verse this earthquake the 'about fifteen servants. of. Miss McNairn has left for Calgary and other points on an extend'J holi- jflay trip. ;