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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LeTHBHIOOE, SATURDAY, JUNE II, From a Western Window the question altogether, to attempt no concealment. A very amusing story has gone Mio rounds lately con- a parson's wif..--in one of the in Kust. It seems :a J border towns thut for 'a loiiyf time. she hud coveted vjnces all nuuYiod women "have a. right to and fiill 'control of their own i earnings." Have they not in the i Eastern provinces Xo doubt the book will prove very i useful to members of the Council. The strontf cord- It seems to me like l'-cl like to go big- cities, t ruins, cars, motors, Where bells .don't ring, nor whistles j shops and people. Others like 1 blow, j "bookn in-a shadie a tunt by fat Nor clocks don't strike, nor gongs j a shining lake, a fishing'rod, and don't sound, rest ironi people. others are And J'd have stillness all Ijjko the heroine of that touching epi- taph whose idea of heaven was dohitf Sot really stillness, but just the trees "nothing, sweet nothing for 'Tow whisperings, or the hum of bees. They don't care- where they go, so Or brooks' faint babbling over stones i long as they have "a good rest." In strangely, .softly tangled tones. That's the wish of more thnt one 1 tirwl housemother. Theso different ideals can all be satisfied, ami by going not so far .uway from home either. river. Finally .she' could do without thai clock no longer, and out i on a .shopping tour determined to Bet ,-ertoin dainty little clock in one more so as the author took the pains jof the shops on the other side of the j to submit the. proofs to distinguished lawyers in order to have it correct. '.Most women, though, aiv quite will- ing to be blissfully ignoiv.nt of their lega.', status and it will some time before the book is a serious com- i petitor with that one which is at i present very necessary to vvcry house White House 'Cook Book. ANXE. her conscience an-d the Or maybe a cricket or a Katydid, Or the .songs of birds in hedges hid, Or just some; such sweet sounds as these To fill a tirc-cl heart with ease. land. The clock was with it a piece of very At this order the sales- man smiled a bitter smile, and when tho purchaser said she would call for the parcel at twelve precisely he thought of a little plan. This was to wind up the alarm for a quar- ter past twelve. And so. as the fair shopper stepped the ferry and on jher own native heath more. Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson By Rev, Dr. Linscottfor the International Newspaper Bible Study Club GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS BIBLES BOOKS Sometimes it .seems to me I must quit the city's din and dust And get out where sky is blue vou And, say, now, how does it seem to Cardston Js this year making provi- sion for tents, camping outfits and Field. transportation, so rhat to thc would- -be- camper it's'merely a case of the of year one's magic wand, and all his wishes are to holidays, j realized. For children it seems to be by the customs officers and Delightful spots tor camping are' I erdi within easy reach of and in such it is not difficult to forget jamj the existence the dull town. The Lakes Ire charming, thc fishing excellent, and a company at ,4 anout ho Lct us functions arranged in honor SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Premier Kutherford'.'oi Alberta, has gone to BanIT to take possession oi his summer home. He will reside in tho mountains during the next Free Press, Dr. Alfred Mc-VaJIy, of Lethbridge, 1 i and Mrs. McN'ally, who was formerly Alma Ilillis. of Suiton, Ont., ure the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Walter jMcXaUy for a. few days, on their way galore .have been i to Free Press of the visiting! The Tennis Teas are proving 'cry friends. from somewhere person carue wild wh draw About thoughts this will time turn delegates to the popular on Saturday anernoon- Council in Toronto. On Thursday are well patronised. Last Saturday the mayor of the city and Mrs. OH- i afternoon .'Mrs. K. H. Wilson ,mJ ?ave a to the delegates Mrs. Starnes were the hostesses. Tiie Lieutenant-Governor and Irs Happy is the person "who can indulge i a .fore-ordained play gfound, and !aml thcir hostesses at the city hall. such fancies. Even if they -h_ave slight j mothers are more and more realizing Canadian Women's Press Club JBulyea. accompanied by .Miss Babbitt foundation, he is wise to bid them this. We. are fortunate in being so iare noldiny annual meeting in j left for the Okanagan on Tuesday to welcome, for the planning of a trip-near to such a spot." j Toronto, and gave a gard- '-spend the gives f large returns of Of course Seattle will attract for thc international visit-1 Sirs. .J. .Johnston returns todav That's the beauty of a holiday. The great -many visitors this summer, ing' -iournaji-sls- j from a two weeks' holiday Before an-d After ?o So important, i and apart from the Exposition, the' The The International Newspaper Bible Study Club is for the pur- pose' of promoting, in ;in unfettered way ainon? the masses, a wider study of the Bible, the basal truths of Christianity, and the prob- lems which inte every man's life. It is composed of all those who join a Local Club, anu take up the simple course, heroin out- .lined, barring only ordained clergymen. All who have not joined are warmly invited to do atel to compete for the prizes. may the at any time during t-he year, but jfc must of course, answer the 52 quest-ions hereinafter explained, to qualify fer the prizes, and the back questions may be obtained trom this office. Tin- Herald ha? secured the right to publish the International Sunday School Lesson questions by Rev. Dr. Linscott, which have aroused so much interest elsewhere, and they will appear weekly. One of these questions each week is to be answered in writing, ami upon these answers the prizes are to be awarded. This paper is authorized to f'--rm a Local Newspaper Bible Study Club for its readers, and guarantees to all who join and fulfill the conditions, that everything herein promised shall be faithfully carried out. o firmly possessed by faith, does that give as much, or similar satisfaction, ias the possession of the thing itself? j Lesson for Sunday, June 27th, 1909. Lesson Bom. xiii: 14. Conditions of the Contest Lesson for June 27th, 1909. Temperance Lesson. Rom. Golden ye on the Lord estis Verso it always sinful to go in debt when you have no visible' of paying it? Is it right, or wrong, to go into debt [when you have nothing to pay wit-fa if your creditor knows your circum- stanccs'" _ Is a business man -who has-honestly tailed in business and given up all he his credJt-.'rs, under moral obligation to pay the balance of the debt, if lie makes enough money to do out of future business? and Travel Clubs When one steps on a train laden city and surroundings have with a suitcase. sticks, a 'pile, of charms. The riimatt- is fine, many with are havino excursion to Niagara on rhe twcnty-third, when the Can- magazines, fishing gear, and the in- long brilliantly clear Council will give a j trip to Seattle, evitable camera it looks like thc be-: like our own, and cool nights. [luncheon to the visitors, and the ginning of a vacation. It's not real-' The waters of Tug-et the i Ostw5R clubs xvi11 "tea" them at the ly though. The beginning was per- Straits of Juan de Fuca and the in- House. Mrs. .r. H. Wallace and Miss Tall- ace have returned from it pleasant Under modern business conditions. -i r i a. the law of love and righteousness 1. Each contestant, or his or her. lamily, must be a subscriber j when wholesalers sell on time, or give is paper, in order to qualify for membership in the International an adequate discount for cash to re- tailers, why are not the debts of aai honest bankrupt retailer, the legiti- mate less of his creditors itj: com- mon with himself? haps one winter evening when you numerable bays' and inlets along the will show them on -June 26 covered your dining-room table with coast offer .delightful opportunities of what Canada is doin (Stratford Herald) At 1.3U p.m. on June 9th maps and folders': traced, so easily, for yachting. The mountain country jin lhc' of scientific farming; pretty wedding took place at die on the smooth paper long rivers to is rich in streams where trout and'1'and household science when the Agri- j Baptist church, decorated for the rc- sourccs, speculated on the fish- salmon abound. Mountain College and th.? Maciionalrl casion, when Miss Helen B. in their ing to be found in them and sat up is to be had till nearly'inorning under the green the Olympics an lamp in' the poring over des- further sight criptive matter. Nor does the holi- is Alaska, day c-n-rl when, you and your boxes .sun. to whivh once more set down in the front, way. hall. -Who can say if a holiday, or; Then there i any other experience ever ends, whiii-jially dear to the heart of wdmaii- mernory lasts! .kind which-will have fall swing in We -used to have debates, at school (Seattle, and that is shopping We on the respective merits of --Anticipa-! are all familiar with tion and Realization, -but the ques-jwho enjoy foreign'travel because it's tion was never settled. -Perhaps the! "so remember Rome j.Institute are to be thrown open. Fo'r late secretary of the Woman's the venture.son-e ncl Cascades, -and ii j tnc'lr Pleasure and comfort the pro- Christian Association uf this city, is desired. there I v'n''ia' government is providing a became the brkle of Mr. William lan-d of the midnight i u'ain tawa and Montreal. England sent'regulation veil, and carried a'hand- is more so. for Time-has a friendly Is it therefore heresy to suggest I sevenl-x" delegates who landed last j some spray boquet of white roses and way of skilfully.hklmg any of the un-j that the A. Y. I'. will have" fair !Tlllirsday' lilies of the She was attend- pleasantnesses and leaving, only a (visitors who will spend more time i Of thft twent.v-three countries feder-; ed by Miss Dora of Lock- memory of the good. -jwith the laces and muslins than with j atwl "jn the Xatioa'al Council, only I Sprt, X. Y.. us maid, of honor, gown- But that doesn't apply to this, the wonders of Marhinerv Hall? Ths lhe ArS'entine Republic and Bui-1 ed in green rajah silk, princess, lily years holiday, and. that's what we shops'in Seattle are certainlv allur- are not represented by dele-1 of the valley hat and carried pink to t-his Newspaper Bible Study Club and this Local Club. 2. Each contestant in this Local Club, must answer each of the written questions, fur 52 consecutive weeks, commencing Sunclav. June 6, and the answers must be in the possession of this paper with- in two weeks of the close f tin- period. 3. -Each question must he answered separately, and the paper 1 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 c-f the writer at the bottom of the answer. afc 4. The must be delivered to this office, and t-hey will be je. collected at the close of the contest, and forwarded to headquarters for independent examination by competent examiners. The will then be awarded according't-> tho highest number of marks, won by members of The International Newspaper Bible Study Chtb. and sf: prizos which may be awarded to members of this Local Club will be given out from this office'? The Prizes First gf-ld medal to each oi the first five ccnnest.ants, >Jc Second silver medal to of the next, five contestants. Third book "The HeniA of price afc to each oi the next thirty-five contestants. Each medal will be suitably on graved, .giving the name of the winner, and for what it is. awarded, and in like manner each Bible afc and book will be inscribed. jfc All who can write, and 1mve ideas, are urged to take up these studies regardless of the degree of their education or literary i stand- point but, from the point of view of the cogency of their reasoned ideas. (Copyright. 1009 by Rev T. S. Linscott. D.D.) Wherein consists the -folly and sin j of a wage earner in constant- work. T i xoiiig into debt? Is it the duty of everybody to love j everybody, the bad and the gr'oodv.ene- Iraies and friends? What- is the advantage of loving .-ev- erybody, to ourselves, and to those vhoni we love? Lesson for Tomorrow are concerned a.bout now. We tacitly agree that ev-eryorie should take a holiday. We don't, specify 'the- kind, though, for human nature is diverse an-d the proverb assures us that one man's meat is another poison. We are reminded, too. of the classic instance of the gravedig-ger who, when he was free for one day annual- ly, visited the neighboring grave- yard to.see how affairs .were manag- ed there. So. some people like the hum .of ing. ;and cotton goods are so tempt- ing, and; to us, ridiculously cheap, i that it would take a woman with the strength of mind of a suffragette to pass them by. And' having- invested one's precious money, one's troubles are not over, for there is the customs Victoria. He is usualIv, rates. These arc.' I addresses. To' many of the be the event of a however, sending'; roses. j On the conclusion or the ceremony visitors this will j (-.he guests repaired to the home of Even ifj.3Ir. II. L. Cawston, brother of the I Verses reasons, outside j of the Bible that will cover all'cir- cumstances; why it is always wrong-te disobey -these five moral obligations. question, must be answered- in writing by the club.) Must all such are'here .for-. j.bidden, contravene the law of love-.'to I make them 'sinful; for if I you had to kill a man who was about j to kill one of your loved would ,4.hat be sinful? Can an act be wrong that works out for the good of all parties? Verses you knew you had to die inside of a month, what effect j would that have upon your intentions.f and actions, so far as-' Go'd. _______________________i cerned, and if it- would change these ,-n cloes that not prove that May first'you are now living wrong and are m Missionary Golden j danger? Text.' Mark xvi-.lo." Go ye into all the j world and preach the gospel to every Most people are morally and spirit- creature. [ually asleep, and many are far into the night; what are the conditions however, very lenient small purchases, passing them through with a lordly of the hand. It is certainly wiser, leaving out the ethical side of -I Our Constant Book." Fifty in Three YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO MEET The Lethbridge Builders The firs: Adult Bibfe CUass organized in Southern Alberta IN. WESLEY ROOM AT 3 ANY SUNDAY A Stranger only Once. My Life for Another Review G'.'ldeii groat power the apostles witness of the resurrec- tion of the Lord Jesus. Acts The following review is planned i new districts: it'is equally the duty Verse is clearly the duty of the present day church to send mis- to foreign churches and into no addresses .were given, think of the The bride and receiv- for all those taking up these Bible i of all men w help support such rois- broadening effect in the mere meeting ed in tho parlor in front of a beauti- having actually sui- j sionane women fro in There u so many, foreign the tea cups. died the eleven lessons- here review-, 01 lerns -and the whole room j ecj or a pan.of them. Even if i May xiii :13-52. Paul's First many a con-j decorated with white lilacs -and snow- this is the first lesson which has cap- j Missionary in Pis- served in the tured a reader's attention it can bolidia- Golden Text. Acts xiii :49 The versation of entrancing interest over j balls. Luncheon dining- room, decorated for the occa- ;made a Profitable leson in iteelf. jsion. The groom's gift to the bride; Tlle datfe and of each lessoll> Apropos of thc National Council a Pearl bracelet, to and where found, the Golden Text and i word of the Lord throughout all the was region. published If a professed Christian Women it is interestino- to hear tint the bridesmaids and maid of honor one question for each lesson follow 1 does not attend act like a v f: IT vi o IT h rrrim h nni P i c Christian when away from home, is which should suddenly 'startle such into full consciousness, as" their and their duty? Verse is it that the night is the time selected for so many bad deeds? Should a man ever do a thing which he is ashamed for his best friends and neighbors to know? the popular conscience aiiy. or always, represent God's atti- tude to or are t' -re soiat' things G-od may be pleased with which April Peter and Cor- Christian when at home, no I the community would condemn they published a little book of pcarl pini: and to rhe ushers pearl extracts from Dominion and Provin- Jtie pins- Bride's traveHing divss Goldt-n "Text." AciT "In I matter he may act when there? wrong, or vice versa? cial laws, relating to the legal status i was o1' mode cloth with hat to match every nation he that feareth Him, i of women, compiled by Henrietta iMr- and Mrs. Cawston left on the andjrorketh righteousness is accepted Muir Edwards, of Macleod. Her ob- ject was to interest Canadian women in the laws specially framed for them afternoon train for Owen Sound, of Him. May xiv.. 1-28 Paul's First Missionary Golden where they will take the boat, going i verses 1. Can you give n -ood to their home, via Winnipeg, Edmon- rotison wliy God today is" not as "well and to give them an idea of theirlton' etc. The Y. 'W. A. legal standing. {board remembered Miss Wood with a The different chapters deal sterling spoons in a I laws in each province, concerning jh-an-dsonm case, tiuesis were prc-Si-nt i marriage, property, wills, 'trustees. !from Toronto. Lockport, X.; Ayr, divorce an-d separarion, iYale' T-cxinj--on. Mich.. J'.uf- franchise and married women's earn- jings. Tn this latter connection, it is i pointed out that in the Western Pro- falo. Woodstock. Winnipeg and with a devout Ronian Caih- olio, as he- is with a devout Protes- t.ant. or vice versa? Ap-il Cor. Easter! rebellion against Lesson. Text. I. Cor. xv-20 Xov.- is Christ risen from the dead, beeon-je the first fruits of them' Text. Ps. xcvio. All the gods of t-he nation are idols; but the Lord made tho heavens. the unbelief of the .Tows a matter of the intellect through lack of evidence; or was it. a matter I of the that is, a result of their ANNOUNCEMENT We beg to announce to the peopfs of Lethbridge and District that we have taken over the grocery business of the J. Brown Co., and will continue the business at the old stand on Rednath St. We are enlarging the store and putting in a fresh stock of groceries, crockery and shelf .1 hardware. We will be gfad to see ail the old customers of the store and many new ones and hope to give complete satisfaction with regard to the quality of the goods, prices and delivery. Give us a call or phone 46. FRESH FRUIT ARRIVING DAILY THE H. A. McKILLOP CO., SUCCESSORS TO THE J. BROWN CO., REDPATH Alia. Eev. Father Kosenthal, who has been a popular assistant at St. Joa- chim's cfaarch for several years k-ft on Thursday for Lethbridge, win-re in- will in future bo ton. NeH'S. Mrs. W. C. Simmons anci two younger children have gone to the coast for the summer. Several fam- ihat slt.'pi. Vor-o you mention a sinclft nation, ur tribo. or people in the past ur the present, that has .not believod not bolieve, in life after death in ?-'ino shape April Tho Conver- sion of Saul. Golden Text. Acts He fell to the earth and heard a voic-.'1 savins: imto him. Saul. Saul, why persecutest tbou me? Verses I, do you account for Saui's bitier hatred for Christians be- ilies in which there are small his conversion, and that after he planning on Hitting westward as soon a Christian he showed such a spirit oi love towaros those who were not Christians? (This question is to as the schools close. Dr. and Mrs. McXaily are be answered in writing by members of j warmly welcomed in town again and tne club.) :are takin.c Mr. JUaprath's house for a April Tin- year when Mr. aod Mrs. E.H. Wilson Gospel in Antioch. Golden Text. Acts move to their fine new home on Red- :-6- The disciples were called Christ May Acts The Coun- cil at Jerusalem. Golden Text. Aeuts We believe that- through the ffrae? of the L-'-rd Jfsus Christ we shall be saved., over, as they. Verses Js actual experience of God. and his dealings with nS, con- clusive- proof of tho will of God. in the matters which the experience co- vers? May Jas. ii: Believing and Doing. G'-lden IVxt. Jas. ii. 20. Faith without- works is dead. Vt-rso -Can a man not have true faith in God if he is not filled wit love for his fellows, and doing all lie can to help them? June Jas. The Power of How is that bar rooms are gener- ally scr-jene-1 off from the 'public hy in it a crime for a man t set Why do most drunkards get jknok 17 The right or away from public gaze? Does the drink habit generally load to the other four grave evils meo- tioritid in verse thirteen? Verse 14. What is 'the sure remedy for the drink habit, and all kindred of the flesh? Does putting on Jesus always mean. putting on strength so wt can control all the passions of the body, and the ambitions of the soul? Lesson for Sunday, July 4th, 1909. Paul's. Second Missionary Journey. Antioch to Philippi. Acts xv :36 to thc Tongue. Text. Prov. xxi: path street. 'Dr. an-d Mrs. Porteo'JS, of Montreal are visiting J. W. McXicol. Mrs. Portcous is Mrs. McXicol's sis- ter. Mrs. Mewburh entertained at cards last evening-. ians first in Antioch. Versus 29, the Churcli of Christ today be a practical brotbor- and and in every other way as the need may be? VETERAN JOURNALIST AT POINT OF DEATH Toronto, June H. St-. Ger- main, veteran newspaper published _ his his soul from trou i of Canada, lies at the point of death bles. i his home here. He is in his 81st Verse 2-1? the control of the tongue j >'ear- Some time ago he developed the key to the control of the entire dropsy and gangrene has since set man? Give your reasons. in. Mr. St. Germain originated the June IS.-Heb. xi-40. Heroes of Toronto Evening Journal which was Faith. Cmlden Text. Heb. Faith amalgamated with the Toronto. Even- is the substance of the things hoped ing Telegram and subsequently start- for, the evidence of things seen. ed the Toronto World, retiring short- Verses a desirable thing is i ly after. j Mrs. P. H. Elton entertained "At Homo" on Tupsrhiy ovening in honor of .Miss Mattic Clark, Of Baytnomt Omsid" tho usual ro'itine of social games, musical numbers were given hy Miss Clark, Miss Hazel] and Mr. -Ely. hostess and U right so roml'-refi n local ii.cht luncheon was a la CrinKhito iis.sisi.iiu-. heard to iroofi in "Tho May Morn." iir.-.l yho eapu- vutc.i rlin has rafiier croat.ed a revivjil aiiior.L' thc of beaut ii'ni during her brief in thr: citv The pfrsonnei o] a-fts Mr. ami Mrs. Soinhiirrl, Mr. and Mrs. Kob'-rton. >Trs. Ii. -i dordon. Miss Wooris, M.'ss Ci-ar, Miss Wt ight. Miss u docs this better than oti'.cr turr.aces be- cause, made from exclusive patterns, it has commendable features, this Sunshine Furnace is designed and constructed to ho..c hurch. school or store, and tiof-.s this rnorc s.ilisfactbrily known furnace or other style of It doei this.jr.ore rapidly than thc hot water boiler because fire is stoned In I'.catcd air can bo oStnir.c-.l !or th ically than the boiler evon. air fuel bill lo'.v. tis uir is'admitted to the furnace through a Clark, Dr. T.ovcring-. Dr.; D'Arc, Mr. Klv. Mr. Dcvoe Wooli and Mr. Golden i The HICK HARDWARE CO LOCAL AGENTS ;