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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA.. SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1909. Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson By Rev. Dr. Linscottfor the International Newspaper Bible Study Club From a Western Window Easy to operate. Easy to clean. to protect. rare us in. The Power of the Tongue, James 3: 1-12. Golden Text Whoso ktvpvth mouth and his tongue keepftli his soul from troubles. Prov. 21 ;23. was the difiVr- ence, if any. between Abraham's; faith and that of the Pilgrim fathers, when they left the old country for the Am- erican land of promise.-" I take it that Abraham, and the Pil- "n fathers, while in communion This chapter continues the with God. iVIt a drawing to of week'? based on the' rich country in th previous chapter. go to thn oeriii.' :ip Would it be a virtue or a vice in these days, if any man should do the same thine: as Abraham did' And what is so J une Then, if ever, come perfect days Then Heaven tries the earth if ii lie in tune. time for fresh delights are constant- Verse What class of persons 3re mcst likely want tx> rule, or be "masters." those engaged in iiood works or those who neglect them? faith was true, and that such is always dependable? ly unfold in-. The brave little crocus with its furry hood, is almost gone except in a few stray spots, but the procession, of .sjwmc: iknvers, of which And over it softly her warm ear it wus the leader, has fairly started. lays and is growing daily. The vetches, yellow, .cream and purple, are every- look or whether lis- where. The yellow parsley is show- :ixiff its friendly face, and round its tiny of the ten modest white star-lkmvr, so small as j Every clod feels a stir of might to pass almost unnoticed. Yellow An instinct within it that, reaches ''lilies." for want of a better name. Whether ten, Will one who is in rapt love witt Versus is it that all m- his want, to rule them, or wiK tions and peoples, "in all time, so far the persons mentioned in these wonderful verses, Isaac. Jacob, Joseph. Moses and Ea- distance about i hab, had been lacking in faith in God. hear life murmur, or it glis- feet are the which tney had heard; that they took j in these critical moments of their this drawing to be the voice of what would have been the dif- and in this faith they started out: fere.nee in the results? what evidence is there that their Does faith in God always make th" j and towrs. much like the violet found grasping blindly above.it for. in aU Ontario woods, are here and there >n Patches, as are the delicate Corf The Feed Door of a No. 200 Sunshine Furnace is 12x13 inches. This means that the largest can safely be emptied into our smallest size, and that good-sized chunks of wood require no chopping' in order to be used as fuel. To keep the correct humidity for sanitary purposes, we place the water pan in Asbestos Lining prevents too rapid evaporation of water. he judge them harshly? as we have any record, believe in. men distinguish- ed for their faith always been noted irl for their goodness? and "desire a better countrv. that umaithrul Cnnstians always put upjau a hisrh standard for others: what ef- j j Tu- i iect win that have upon the standard 17-19-Giv, from memory the j exploL of Vne fShTgive ine an account of the achievements aien noted for their lack of faith? Lesson for Sunday. June 20th. 1900. t with which God will measure them? (See Matt. account of Abraham offering up his son Isaac? Verse much of our trouble j What is the particular virtu-' u- and hoiv much of the trouble we make i Abraham ubeyinc God iu the matter for others is caused by our tongues? ____ If a. man does not do any harm by his words, is he very apt to do any otherwise? If a man says hard a.nd unkind thines about his neighbors, and in- i tentioually wounds the reelings of i others by his words, is he necessarily a bad man? Verse takes an iron bit to con-' if. tro] a horse, what is the "bit" which will effectually control the tongue? In what respect is an ungoverned tongue like a runaway horse with a broken fait, and what are generally the results in each case? (This question must be answered in writing by mem- hers of the club.) Verses it actually so., that: tongue is to the man what the i rudder is to the ship, that is, does i the tongue govern the influence of the i man? Is it necessary at all times to watch our tongues, compelling them to re-! fraii from wrong words, and to use i right, words; just as the man ai the I wheel of a ship controls the rudder i with rigilant watchfulness r j Is the tongue capable of a church or a neighborhood all ablaze i with scandal, a match may set! Sre to a citv? Verse many "iniquities" can cause? are some of fhe which the tonsue Can you recall and mention some' of the moral poison emitted by an evil tonirue? Do persons with an evil tongue al-: ways draw their inspiration from .Verses en can do very wn- deriu! tilings, in train animals and; controlling of nature, but cannot ''time" the hurnan tongue, nor i destroy its poison; to whom may we.! apply t'j have this efft-ctually Verses a man his i tongue botii for bad anvl for go'xi, for and does i-his not stamp him as a rank Lesson Sunday, June 13th. 1009.: of Faith. Heb. i GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS BIBLES BOOKS The International Newspaper Bible Study Club is for the pur- pose of promoting, in an unfettered way among the masses, a wider study of the Bible, the basal truths of Christianity. the prob- lems which enter into every man's life. It. is composed 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 aril to compete the prizes. Persons may join the at any time during the year, but must of course, answer the 52 questions hereinafter explained, to qualify for the prizes, and the back questions may be obtained irom this office. The Herald has secured the right to publish the International Sunday School Lesson questions by Rev. Dr. Libscott, which have aroused so much interest elsewhere, and they will appear weekly. One of these questions each week is to be answered in writing, and upon" these answers the prizes are to be awarded. This paper is authorized to form a Local Newspaper Bible Study Club for its readers, and guarantees to ail who join and fulfill the conditions, that everything herein promised shall be faithiallv carried out. Conditions of the Contest 1. Each contestant., or his or her family, must be a subscriber to this paper, in order to qualify for membership in the International Newspaper Bible Study Club and this Local Club. 2. Each contestant in this Local Club, must answer each of the written questions, for 52 consecutivr weeks., commencing Sundav. June 6, and the answers must be in the possession of this paper with- in two week? of the close this period. 3. 'Each question must be answered separately, and the paper written, on one side only. No answer must exceed two hundred words in length and may be less. Each answer must have the name and address of the writer at the bottom of the answer. .4. The answers must b? delivered to this office, and they will be Climbs to a soul in grass and blooms of the pinkey white sand dowers; .-lilies. These look so fragile ami j dainty in their environment that it i The Hush of life r.iay well be seen, j seems a shame to take them away, 110 Thrilling' back over hills and val- and when one does, it is only to leys out that have in part "left (The cowslip' startles in meadows their beauty On the shore." and are green. not half so pleasing as in their own The buttercup catches the sun in habitat. its chalice' seems the predominant note Anil there s never a leal orji blade at present among th- blooniin- raean hut there is a plant of To be some happy creature s pal-figwart family, whose ace. name is the un- known. that makes a brave strml for blue-wkh the hlue vetches it miyht grief goes, .we know not establish a distinctive society of'its right over the mam door, a place where the heat and the householder can reach it. So in Sunshine Furnace the water never gets stagnant, and householder never complains about the awkwardness of pouring the water in. Automatic Gas Damper allows furnace to be checked shortly after coaling. This saves fuel and protects plants in rooms above. To make "Sunshine" the easiest-to-be-cleaned furnace, we construct two flue doors, and place same not only at an equal distance from each other, but at an equal distance from the large feed door. So the operator with an ordinary soot-cleaning brush can go completely around the radiator without inconvenience; and, what is more important still, can do this without having to put out the fire or take down the smoke-pipe. The HICK HARDWARE CO. LOCAL AGENTS Joy comes, how Everything is happy now, Everything is upward striving 'Tis as easy now for the heart to be true As for grass to t. e green or to be 'blue. 'Tis the natural way of living. i Who knows whither the clouds have I fled i In the unscarred heaven they leave no wake And the eyes forget, the. tears they have The heart forgets its sorrow. and ache jThe soul partakes the season's youth. j And the sulphurous rifts of pas- sion and woe Lie deep 'neath .a silence pure and smooth Like burnt'out craters healed with; snow. i And beiow the bluffs so thickly car- peted u-ith Dowers, runs the swift- almost without care fh this country, and last year they made several gar- dens here in our own town, very .'lowing river, and on either side such -'lllerG no that flow- tender green to soothe and ravish the eye At no other time in the year do we ers have a mission to even the most obtuse. tkis And if Calgary has C.P.R. flowers. fresh, vivid green and we must not aud Medicine. -Hat, and La-ggan, and i delay in paying- Our homage to the and Glacier; ami 'Revelstokc, nymphs and dryads of the trees, else and why.-hot Lei abridge? of it be too late. Standing on one i he benches and looking down -at the fresh spring beauty always brings back the words of that old hymn about "fields beyond th Hoods" which ing and one wonders if the Elysian fields can be fairer than spread out for us on this ANXE. SOCI AL AND PE RSO N A L .Miss Kathleen f_ Adams entertained "stand dressed' hT'liv- the swelling; -Visio, of Sir Laumal-Lowell. earth. The birds are happy too. and from one catches a L-limpse black and white plumage of oat of the breast of the hears the cheerful "c-hecr- At Christmas time some of us think UP" of the robin and listens for the the season is incomplete if it co by hote of the bobolink who without a reading of Dickens" Im- jmortal Christmas Carol, and the wh-t i month of -Tune does not seem to be pave properly begun without a turning' guest of honor being Miss Helen ilewburn, 'of Lethbridge.' Round table.! artistically in-rang- ed with fed" "and 'white gathered .Miss Mewburn, Kiss Kit iij'iss' BTeubacbw Miss i Itfiss f Gilmour, Doris' ss .-Bulling, 3Iiss Con- e and in ecstasy know not collected at the close of the contest, arid forwarded to headquarters and a fresh, enjoyment of the Dear Juno 0 God be'praised for Blanche Press. Saturday afternoon a number oT'Mrr.. E.' Saun dors' friend's "dropped in to Mrs. ,1. J. to have a cup of tea with her and wish her guest bon voyage before leaving for the East. Saunders and her Lesson for June I3th, 1909. Heroes of Faith. Hob. Golden Faith is the substance of things t-lie evidence of things not seen. Heb. j Verses In what respects are j faith and hope similar? j .r.-Ii a desirable thing i 3 possessed iaith, does ..that give as as the .'possession ;.df ththing- i for independent- examination by. competent examiners. The prizr-s will then be awarded according to the highest number-of marks, won by members of The International'Xewspapc-r Bible Study Club, ami prizes which may btr awarded to member.- of this Local Club will be given out ir'.-m this office. The Prizes First g'-'M medal to each of the first rive contestants. 3ft Second silver medal to- each of the -next five contestants. Third book "The Heart oi price Si.50, to each oi the riext thirty-rive contestants. if. Each me-ial will be suitably engraved, giving the name of the i winner, and fonvhat it is avrarded. in like manner'each Bible i if. and 'book -will be inscribed, i AU. who can writw, and have, are urged to take up these .studies regardless of the degree of their education or literary stand- point but irojn the point of of the cogency of their reasoned ideas.' 1000 by Rev. J. S. j familiar words at the head of the page. The poet has put in.J.o what we have ail felt at this' "high-tide of (the and we bless him for'it.: jThe noble lines seem to contain more j moaning a> one June succeeds an-: j other, and apply as well to our west i land as to Xew England fieids ants' Bank. Okotoks. Alta., and eld- est son of .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Minims, 75 .Pearson, avenue. The- jnarriage will take place early in. Sunday World. IVlrs. Wells entertained informally on Tuesday afternoon and introduced an innovation as a change, from Bridge, in the shape of puzzle pic- tures whuh had to he matched. Ot the eight guests, Miss.Anderson and Miss Wilson proved themselves 'clever in unravelling the mystery, and car- ried off the pretty prizes. !'he marriage Mrs. A. C. Kill- am, wife of. the late ex-chief justice, to W. R. Allan, took place yesterday afternoon very quietly at Mrs. Kill- am's residence, Rqslyn rpad. The- I'ev. "Mr. Heathcote performed the- ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Allan left on the C.p.li. for and sail- on Friday on the Corsican for a six weeks' trip Free Press. Mrs. Martin and her two children from Frank are here on a short visit to Mrs. McXicol. The San Francisco Opera Company in their production of "FJorodora" on Wednesday r.Hrht. gave the luri- lovers 01' the'city a chance for enjoy- ment. The house was crowded and it. was warth no one murinuivd. i in which they we're written. Tf'Xow- ell ha.'I never penned any lines but these he would deserve Those of us who. have travelled across the continent on the C. P. II. in suninrer have been charmed the httlo J'lower ga.-dor.s .set out tit so many of the in the -n-cst toward the mountains do they flourish. Is it that tha al- mighty- hiJls turn man's thoughts to things of beauty, or have som..- or these places just happened, to inotlic-r, .Mr.s. Kea'n, left on Sfonday, Mrs.- -Alexander Smith Deceived for were gla-i to sit out. 'Professor the last time this season on i Twwldlepunchos' 'inexhaustible wit. afternoon and with her sister, Mrs. Nature 'was accused of sometimes ScoLt, who is making her a'visit be- making- fore going to the Seattle Fair. On Tuesday afternoon IMrs. J. Xelson received for