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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 26, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 'I PAGE FIVC Suggestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson By Rev. Dr. Linscottfor the International Newspaper Bible Study Club GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS BIBLES BOOKS The lat'.'rn'aiional Newspaper Bible Study Club is for the pur- pose of promoting, in an unfettered way among the masses, a wider study of tho Bible, the basul truths of Christianity, and the prob- lems which enter inw every man'.- life. It is composed of all those wh..' join a Local Club, ana lake up the .simple herein out- lined, barring only ordained clergymen. All who have not joined are warmly invited to do so aii'i to compote for the prizes. Persons may join the cluo at any time during the year, but must of course, answer the 52 questions hereinafter explained, t" qualify tiie prizes, and the b-ick questions may be obtained troin this office. The Herald has .-ecuivd the right to publish the International Sunday Sclwol Lesson by Rev. Dr. Linscott. which have aroused so much interest and they will appear weekly. One of questions each week is to be answered in writing, and upon these answers the prize? are to be awarded. This paper is authorized to a Local Newspaper Bible Study Club for its readers, and guarantees to all who join and fulfill the conditions, that everything herein promised .-hall be faithfully carried 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 Lccal Club. 2. Each contestant in this Local Club, must answer each of the written questions, for 52 consecutive commencing Snndav. June 6, and the answers must be in the posse.-sion of this paper with- in two weeks of the'dose if period. 3. Each question must be answered separately, and the paper writ-ten on one side only. No answer must exceed two hundred word? 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 must be delivered to this office, and they will be collected at the close of the contest, and forwarded to headquarters for independent examination by competent examiners. The priz will then be awarded according to the highest number of marks, won by members o! The International Newspaper Bible Study Club, and prizes which may be awarded to member? of this LOCH! 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 next five contestants. Third book "The Heart, of Christianity." price to each of the next 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 of their education or literary stand- point but from the point of view of the cogency ideas. (Copyright 1909 by Rev T. S. Linscott, D.D.) land the law of love and righteousness, when wholesalers sell on time, or give an adequate discount for cash to re- (This question must be answered writing by members of the club.) Must, all such acts, as an; hen- for- j bidden, contravnr the of Jove t" I make them sinful; for example, ifj you had to kill a man who was about i to kill one of your loved ones, would j Mi at be sinful? Can an act IJL- wrong that works out for tho iT'.-od of all Vt-r.M-s you knew you had to die inside of a month, what effect would that have upon yo-ar intentions and actions, .so far as God is con- cerned, and if it would change; in the least, docs that not prove that you arc now living wrong and are in dangfr? Most people are morally and spirit- ually asleep, and many are far into the night; what are the condition? which should suddenly startle such into full consciousness, as to their and their duty? Verse is it that the ni.cht is thf- time .sfH'eted for so many bad deeds? Should a man evi-r do a thing which IIP is ashamed for his best friend.s and neighbors to know? Does the popular conscience scin1.'- ally, or always, represent God's atti- tude to a thing; or are there >jii" tilings God may be pleased with which GOOD WORK Requi es Good Fittings and Good Workmen WE HAVE BOTH William Head Co, ltd. Calgary and Lethbridge Moved to Bryan Block, Dufferin Phone 299 Street Daily Herald Market Place you have anything to sell or to rent place it iir this column. If you want anything use this column. 25c one insertion 6 for Si SITUATIONS VACANT 'first class waitresses j wanted at once, at the Model Union Restaurant, 150-01 male stenograph-1 or wanted at once. Box 0., Herald j Office. 154-01 WANTED AT dining room girl. Apply at Hotel Windsor. 163-0 WANTED acres of land before July 15. Land located j 2 1-2 miles east of Lethbridge. Apply i W. Gamble, Westminster Road. 164-6! COAL LUMP COAL 86.00 a teu delivered or a ton at mine STEAM PlouGH COAL 75c a ton at All Coal sold C-O.D Frank Waddington, Agent Phone 261 Dupen Co. ROYAL CITY their reasoned the community would condemn as wrong, or vice vr-rsa? How is that bar room? i alb' scvened off th men are for good salesmen? can you say for, or against, j Paul circumcising Timotheus, in view of the decision of the council at Jerus- alem? (See Acts sener- publie _ it a crime lor a man t Lesson for June 27th, 1909. Temnerancft Rom. tailers, whv not the debts of an Golden ye on the Lord i honest bankrupt retailer, the legiti- mate loss of hi? rnon with himself? Verse it always sinful to go in debt when you .iave no visible means of paying it? OI. a Wft2 Is it right, or wrong, to go into debt i intt -when you have nothing to pay with, if your creditor knows your circum- stances? Is a business man who has honestly failed in business and given up all n.- has to his under moral obligation to pay the balance of the creditors in corn- Wherein consists tne fully and sin in constant, work. earner debt? s it 'tho duty of everybody to love everybody, the bad and the good, ene- mies and" friends? What is the advantage of loving erybody. to ourselves, we love? and to those Verses reasons, if he makes enough money io do Of the Bible that will cover outside all cir- out of future business? cumstances, why it is always wrong to Under modern busings? conditions, i disobey these five moral obligations. i( MOVING PICTURES.1 ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE 1. Queen of I he Arena 2. Boy Detectives 3. New Maid s o N G- In the Golden Autumn Time. Sweet Elaine.'' The Celebrated Gladstone Children Singing aucl Acrobatic Dancers Nelson The Man with the Bounc- ing Hats. Comedy Novelty Juggler In matters of habit, or ceremony, or non-essentials, is it well for us to way t0 the views of others, sink- ing our own preferencr-s when we can A i accomplish good by so doing? For j example, you may oppose wearing i "pig-tails" in this country, with wis- do most drunkards get diuuk j dom, and yet to refuse to wear one in i1 the. right or away from public i China may be great folly? j Yer.-es were the "decrees DO.--S the drink habit generally j............of the elders which tr. the other four grave evils men- i u-ere at and are these Tinned in verse thirteen? j binding upon the church today? (See Verse is the sure remedy j Acts for the drink habit, and all kindred js a church better with or without of the flesh? elaborate creed? Does putting on Jesus always mean j did Jesus teach which is not- nutting on strength so we can control j included in righteousness, and the all tlip passions of the Jaody, and j constant vision of Gol? the ambitions of the soul? j u-m a church sound -in the Lesson f'-r Sunday, July 4th, 1909. always be a uiasrnet to draw others to Paul's Second Missionary Antioch to Philippi. Acts to Lesson for July 4th, 1909. Veises did the Holy Spir- it forbid them to preach in Asia and Bithynia, and -would they have sin- ned had they done so? When we are 'hindered providen- Second Missionary Jounu-y. tially from doing certain good works _. I is that the Holy Spirit hindering us? ntioch to Phihppi. Acts :JD iy i .._ J.__l_ __________ Pa Antioch Goldim Come over into (Mac- edonia and help us. Acts 36.-I5 it generally necessary to follow up any good wnich we have commenced if -we would make it a. success? Verses it have been wiser if Barnabas had first consulted Paul in the matter of taking Mark? Barnabas was a relative of Mark; are we as good judges of the fitness of. our relatives for an office as we are of the fitness of others? Why? Why is nepotism in government ap- pointments, looked upon with suspic- ion? Had Paul, probably, good reason for objecting to taking John and Mark with them? (See Acts If a man shows lack of 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 must be answered by members of the club.) When two Christians fall out, is one or both always to be blamed? Verse.; the dispute be- j twt-en these men work out for good, as it resulted in tw0 missionary dep-j utations instead of one? j By any process of reasoning can i conclude that God wf hac.k of this dispute, between these two godly men, as to better work out his j purposes? j Chap, xvi Should and othor Christians be on the. look- out tor young men who are .fitted for j the ministry, the same as. business j Does God 111 every emergency give us some sure guidance as to what we ought to do? Was this vision just as clear a call from God, as though he had spoken I personally? Verses God direct the course of the Christian with absolute certainty, notwithstanding wind or sea? Verse is one of the first things an earnest Christian looks out for, when he moves .into a new com- munity? Are women generally in the major- ity as earnest Christians? Verse busy women gener- allj' more spiritual than those who have but little to do? Should all girls be taught to earn their own living? Is it easier for God to open the heart of an industrious person than that of an idler? Verse a person is inhospit- Oil Stoves 1 Burner 90c 2 Burners 3 Burners We Have the Stock Hayr Bros, Phone 75 P. 0. Bui 27 first class blouse and skirt ironers. Apply Lethbridge j Laundry Company. 164-0 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE. j FOR 1-2 x 3 1-2 camera and 54.50. Write C. West- -dh to do light house-! work in small family. One who will j room at home preferred. Apply Mrs.' Andrew Tilley, opposite Chinook RiJMELY CO. will deliver from Club. 165-2'now, on, the Alberta boiler on their traction engine. Don't buy a bciier that doesn't come up to the boiler in- general servant. Apply, to Mrs. G. L. Eraser, 327 'Spectl0n St. WiVTvri hnv r boj. Apph to Le 1 J __________FOR or Woman, my AT South African Veteran Bounty Land 4 o 1 Certificate issued by the Department of notei. by-Jjthe interior, Ottawa; good for 320 ---------------j acres of anji Dominion Land open for cook entry in Alberta, Saskatchewan or Any person over 18 years, able, or stingy, is that a sure sign of ungodliness? Lesson for Sunday, July llth, 1909. Paul's Second Missionary Philippian Jailer. Acts xvi ;16-40. MISS H. A. DEMPSEY A.T.C.M.- Bachelor of Music (Trin "Dniv.) Teacher of piano, organ and theory, principal of the piano dept., Leth- bridge Conservatory of Music. Pu- pils prepared for all examinations. For terms address Lethbridge Con- servatory of Music, or residence, cor Arbyle Ave., and Bartlett St. Phone 244. When You Buy Fruit .Lands Why not buy them where there is the most money to be made off them V Tf you do. Creston District is the place. Our land is just as not need irrigation, climate cairt be boat, and we are from 24 to 60 hours nearer the market. Isn't that evidence enough that Creston District is the place to buy fruit, lands We have 8.700 acres in one tract and we are sub-dividing it into ten-acre blocks, and our price is per acre, one- fifth down. one. two. three and four years for the balance, with interest at The C. P. R. runs through this land. Canyon City Lumber Company, Ltd, Creston, B.C LYCEUM The FAMILY Theatre DAWSON MAY.............................Manager ALL THIS WEEK Beardsley Sisters Daintv Ansel and Dorian European Novelty Act. Frank CAMPBELLS Jennie Black Face Comedy Sketch. "School Davs." LATEST MOVING PICTURES IMPROVED SERVICE ONLY THE BEST PRICE 25c. ALL OVER THE HOUSE camp fur survey party. Apply to P. M. San- Manitoba. der, Lethbridge Hotel. or woman, can acquire this land this certificate. For immediate isale, Write or wire, L. E. ITelford, 131, Shuter Street, Toronto, 'Ontario. 165-26 SITUATIONS WANTED as book-keeper by experienced young woman who can give references. Address 629 Round St., Lethbridge, Alta. 163-5 LOST FIRST CUSS .SUES. LAB fhTe yetrs for engagement 12th July, long ex- perience in fancy goods, or would take exhibition engagement for Seattle exhibition, as had former exhibition experience. Apply No. A., Herald office. 165-0 TO RENT. FOR close in. In bus- iness section. Apply Box R., Herald. 163-6 about both Granum, Alta.: bay geldings each no brands, weight shod, had halters on. One light star in forehead, little white on nose and white hind food. One dark bay, one white hind foot. Suitable reward. Notify post- master, Granum, Alta. 154-0 Royal Collieries, 1 bay gelding, branded lazy LD on left shoulder, white hocks, last seen be- tween Chin and Coaldale. reward for return of ber Yard. same to Stacey's Lum 163-6 m r herd n Shep- NEWLY JURNISH1ED rent in modern house, 1102 Ford St. 164-6 TO furnisbed bedrooms, and per month. Apply A. E. 'Hamm, 1st new cottage east of Crabb St. un London Road. 164-6 TO room in modern house. Apply 1st house west of base- ball grounds, Brunton St. Riverview. 165-6 FURNISHED let in mod- ern house on Ashmead St. Phone 380. 165-3 ESTRAY-Came into my pasture, i rearling Aiding, dark sorrel, branded v on plftase prove pro. perty, pay expenses and take away. James 'McNulty, N.E. 1-4 Sec. 30, Tp. 10, R. 22. -Lethbridge P. O. 163-6 June 14th, two horses strayed in our barn, 1 black borse about 7 years old, white hind legs, white face, brand on right front shoulder 7 0. One light bay horae, 'white right hind foot, white face, about 7 years old, brand on left shoulder horizontal have possession by Peck Bros., Palace Livery. D. .Owner can paying charges. 1S5-2 bay saddle horse, brand- ed JHC on left hip, weight, 925 Ibs. One pinto saddle horse, weight about seven hundred. Reward return to A. E. Ives, Stafford Block. 165-0 FOR shop in thriving town of Winnifred, where lots have been for sale the last two _ weeks. Will be vacafed 18th of July. I1? 5 m bJ" 6. m- imder please re- cover separate leaf electric data book, gize approximate- Person wh0 rents to supply tools. 1st P. J. De Marce, come, 1st choice. "Winniired. Alta 166-26 ROOM TO to let in ful- ly modern house two blocks from square. Apply Box C.. Herald Office. 166-1 turn to A. Reid, Supt. Engineer and receive reward. 165-6 birth certificate on the sjpare or between Dufferin St. and Bfeoness Road. Finder please return to John Henderson at WITJ, Head Co. Dufferin Street. 166-1 TO roomed cottage. C. B. Bowman Airencv, Apply 116-6 PROPERTY FOR SALE ERNEST TOWNS nursery man and florist, of Banbury, Eng- land, seeks work in earden. Mac- beth St.. North Ward" JFOR new fully modern j house. Apply P. McMurphy, Mgr. i South Alta. Lumber Co., Phone 225. 121-0 SALE OR Brick j seven apartments. Apply 621, St. house. Round 164-6 FOR SALE OR roomed house, stable, hay shed, large chicken house on river bottom near new bridge. Best place in city for keeping cows, chickens or pigs. Price Rent per month. Easy terms'. Also two-wheeled rig and set of harness, i Apply H. Proctor, near the A. R. I. Shops. 165-0 You can buy the best imported CIGARS AND TOBACCOS And enjoy a smoke, and at the sarno time enjoy a game of BILLIARDS OR POOL ______________ at___________________ UPTON'S POOL ROOM Basement Oliver Block ESTABLISHED 1854 Merchants Bank of Canada HEAD OFFICE. MONTREAL Paid-up Reserve and Undivided Profits.............. Accounts of Merchants, Farmers and Ranchers Solicited Drafts Money Orders Letters of Credit Savings Bank Department Lethbrtige Branch CoaHale Block, Redpath St. FOR For six days fine residential lots, Courthmd St. Just of Bartlett St... S500 each or .37 1-2 iVft for Terms. Apply t" own- Wiliiarns, Crabb St.' 166-6 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS WHAT TS THE of putting nway things that yon can't use Lr wear such ;is cast off clothing. i'ic, 1 pay cash f'-r old clothins. shoes, guns, pistols, all kinds of mus- ical insiruino'uts, irur.ks and saich-'ls. The- Alberta Second Hand Store. Rcd- pnlh St. Box 630. IF YOU WANT A LAWN FENCE- Sec A. Rochon, Crabb street, the Pag.1 lawn wire fence man. 160-26 FOR Hart Parr Engine, with magneto run three weeks, good rea- son.-? for selling. Also a Ockshutt plow. Address c-o TENDERS SEALED TENDERS will be receiv-" ed by Wm. Evans, secretary of the .Magrath School, until 12 oclock, noon June 21, 1909 for the erection of "an 8 rpom school building at Magrath, Alta. Separate tenders for plumbing and heating and ventilation. Plans and specifications may be ob- tained from the Secretary, Magrath, or from the undersigned at Leth- bridge, Room 9. Whitney Block. F. B. ROLFSON, 153-25 Architect. Horald. SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN NORTH- WEST LAND REGULATIONS Auy person wno is tHe sole head ol a family, or any male over 18 old, may homestead a quarter-section of available Dominion land in Mani- toba, Saskatchewan or Alberta. The applicant must appear in person at the Dominion Lands Agency or Sub- Agency for the district. Entry by prosy may be st JBJ agency te? ot intending homesteader. months' residence upofl and cultivation of the laud in. eacb of three years. A homesteader may live within nine miles of big home stead on a farm of at leaet 80 solely owned and occupied by him or by his father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister. In certain districts a homesteadei in good standing may pre-empt A WANTED TO PURCHASlv-A safo either new or second hand, must be in perfect condition. G. B. Wel- le r. City. 163-6 BOARD AND ROOM BOARD AND a strictly I modern house, bath, etc., at 425 Bart- lett St. 161-6 LOANS FAsRM Life Insurance Company are prepared to grant loans on on very reason- able terms. T.- E. Patteson, Agent. 162-6 quarter-section alongside his home- stead. Price per acre. Duties. small i -Must reside six months in of six years from date of entry (including the time required to earn homestead patent) and fifty acres extra. A homesteader who has eihautted homestead right and cannot ob- tain a pre-emption may take poi chased homestead in certain Price per acre. reside six months in eacb of three years, cultivate fifty acres and a h'ouse worth W.W.CORY. Deputy Minister of the Inte publicativQ thin will nnt fct> for. d ;