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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fHi LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, I9M. PAGE ELEVEN O J> Splendid Buying The peopleiwho are buying this property are among the best posted in Lethbridge. JL We have yet to meet the man who will not admit that these lots are more than cheap. The Price for IVfonday is a Lot With extra for corner pairs. Terms cash, balance monthly or quarterly Five or Ten of these Lots are easily handled Don't Wait until they are ail picked over ASK YOURSELF What will these lots be worth when Lethbridge has a population of We leave the rest to you. SKEITH AND TILLEY I NEW GOVERNMENT IN NICARAGUA May be Formed Under General Es- trada in Near Future Washington, Nov. point to a recognition by the TJ. S. government of the 'belligerency of the revolutionist government in Nic- aragua under General Estrada in the near future. The state department still declined to discuss even the prob ability of su-ch a course, but from all- the circumstances such action it. is said would be justified. At this mo- ment the insurgent forces are in pTa- tical 'Control of at least one-naif of the whole Nicaraguan territory. state department has heard nothing from any Quarter since yesterday. The war ships which have been dispatched to Nicaragua are ex- pected to arrive at their destination some time today. Their presence in the Nicaraguan ports will at least have -the value of indicating that the United States has a very great inter- est in the contest now waged in that country. Dr. Hazara, the Nicaraguan minis- ter to designate, received this morn- ing the state department's note de- manding an explanation from the j Ze-elayan government on the exeru-j tio of Cannon and Grace and a reply, is now being prepared. It was ad-1 rr.itted at the legation that a of the incident had been received from Zelaya. It is said that the re- volutionists are continuing their movement against the Zelayan army in strictly military fashion. Sugestive Questions on the Sunday School Lesson D. Linscolt for the International Newspaper Bible Study Club great oare lor. all the churches, and to be in sympathy with everybody, weeping with those who weep, and rejoicing those who rejoice? Which IK the createst man, the one excels in education in science, in oratory, in .statesmanship; or tne one who excels in his love jor. the churches, for the poor, for sinners, and in a heart that sympathizes with mankind? Chapter xii What is the logi- cal or scientific value of Paul's exper- ience of 'hea-Ten? i What is the only real prooi of (rod, of immortality and of the msdom the spiritual life? Is it probable, or possible, that per- aona today may have similar exper- ience of the unseen world as Paul? Verse What waa Paul s "thorn in the What is the greatest thorn in _the flesh." that strong and healthy spint- Pawl on Self Denial. (Worlds Tem- perance Rom. xiv 10-21. now, always imply much suffering and self denial? Verse What is the best word picture you can give, of the noble here who, at the expense of life-long and unparalleled suffering, gave him- self up to the service of others? (This question must be answered in writ- inc by members of the club.) Read until the story of this bitter ?.nd prolonged suffering is burned into vour memory, and then xead the story of "Paul's great work and of the won- derful love and grace of God him and then think of the sumptuous lives of the chief were, in great measure, responsible for Pauls sui- fering, and then say, after all, which got the more aggregate joy out 01 Hie, Paul, or they' How many of these cruel sufferings 1.1 ___ 1 PTA TnfiTl- 10 WHICH iaui -..oaw _ tioned elsewhere in the Isew j.esta- Give chapter and verse. (See 'is -24-25; et seq.) Versos Is Paul an exception or is "it the duty of all of us to have 1919 Paul's Story of His Life. II Cor. sir 21 to Golden He said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee; for My strength is made perfect in weakness. 11 dor. Verse 21. Do you know any person in all history who had a better right to boldly tell of his sufferings than Paul.. Verses there any lack of modesty, or sood taste, in Paul, or any other true man, giving full account of his qualifications and his sufferings for Christ's cause? What advantage is to be born of good What advantage was it to Paul that he -was a Hebrew, an Israelite, and of the.seed of Abraham.- Is there any higher privilege, or greater honor tkan to have labored and suffered, for the cause of Christ, which is the cause of humanity? Does A true ministry, then and Lessos for November 28th, 1909 Paul on Self Denial. (World's Tem- perance Lesson. Rom. Golden is good neither to eat flesh, nor to drink wine, nor any- thing whereby thy brother stumbleth. Rom. Verses the Bible a book of rules in any sense, or is it a book of principles only? Principles never change, but may a good rule under one condition become a bad one under another? Give ex- amples. There was a controversy in the church at Rome between the Gen- tile and the Jewish believers about meats and days; but in the eyes of God was it in any sense a moral is- sue, as to which were right, those who observed certain days and re- frained-from certain kinds of meat, or those who esteemed all days alike and ate all of meat for food? Did one Christian in Rome have any right to impute 'sin to another Christian, who believed and, therefore acted, differently in the matter of meats and days, to what the objector's crtnsdence would allow to eat? .Does [this commandment not to judge, forbid us forming an opinion concerning any doxibtfn! action of our brother; and if not what does it for- bid? Today one party in the church thinks that renting pevrs is wrong, another that irny kind of games in the church parlors are wrong, while others think quite the opposite on these matters, now has either party any right to "'jadgt" the other party to "be guilty of moral What should be both the constrain- ing and the restraining influence with us, in all matters of conduct? (v.12. Verse God morally esti- mate actions in themselves or the motives which prompt the actions? Give an example of how it is pos- sible that one man may do a thing and please God, while another may do-the same thing and commit sin. j How many outward actions can you i think of that are always wrong un-j der all circumstances? j Verses 15, your neighbor is] very ill and your singing and piano playing hurts him, and you refuse to deny yourself -the pleasure of singing and playing, what kind of a person are you? If you enjoy and drink your glass of wine, when you know wine drink- ing is doing vastly more harm than good, what sort of a person are you? To what extent should I deny my- self any pleasure in the gratification of which 'hurts my neighbor? Madame Stienhiel Consulting With Her Lawyer During Famous Trial In Paris CANADIAN ANNUAL EASTERN CANADA EXCURSIONS Low Round Trip Rates to Ontario, Quebec and Maritime Provinces DEAL WITH PULPWOOD DUTY Ottawa, Nov. N. Lewis, M. P, for West Huron, gives notice of a resolution in favor of the imposition of .an- export duty on pulp and pulp- wood as will be sufficient to entail The fliherta Railway wA Irrigation Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market EACH Situated North of Track The AIM Railway and Irrigation Co, LETHBftlDGE. its manufacture in Canada and there- by save for Canadian labor many millions of dollars now lost annually, provided, however, that whenever a foreign nation admits free of duty paper- manufactured in Canada them, in such case no export duty "shall charged on pulp or pulp-wood export- ed to such foreign country from Canada No sensible parent, will allow any- thing in his family, however good it j elusive. may be in itself, ii it proves to be j injurious to his children, should hej Tickets on. sale Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, in- to return within three months. or not, apply the same principle to his neighbors? Verse our chief thought be given to the .needs of the body or of the soul? What does the Kingdom of God pre-eminently stand for? What, in "the last analysis, is the j real wealth of the individual, the Tickets issued in connection Atlantic Steamship Business will be on sale from Nov. 21 and limited to five months from date of issue. j Finest Equipment, Standard First Class and Tourist Sleeping Cars and Dining Cars on all Through Trains. lantic Express." If all who drink wine, in modera- 3 Throufh Express Trains Daily 3 family, the community and the Compartment Library -Observation Can the highest good be enjoyed J Cars on "Imperial Limited" and "At- if the Holy Spirit is not recognized as source? Verses do we need to be, in ord'er to be pleasing to God land to good men? i Verse we deny ourselves j things we enjoy, for the sake of 1 others, what is the effects upon our- selves, and do we ge as much, or more, out of the self denial as we would cut of self gratication? (This question must be answered in writ- I ing by members of the club.) i TJf j3 in A THE "TORONTO EXPRESS" leaves Winnipeg daily at 22.40, m ing connections at Toronto for points East and West 'Thereof, The "Imperial Limited" leaves Win- all Do is at 150 points arid extends tion, would obey the principles of i self denial in this verse, how long would it be before we should have total prohibition of the liquor traffic? Lesson for Sunday, Dec. 5th, 1909. Paul on the Grace of Giving. II Cor. viii :1-15. nipeg js.15, and the "Atlantic at 8.00 daily making con- nections at Montreal for all points East thereof Apply to the Nearest C. P. R. Agent for full information New York, thirty-sixth inning, carom. Oro, of this city, the three cushion three nights, fifty points to be scored while DC Oro registered his in the each session. seventy-fifth. In addition, DC Oro In the opening game De Oro ran the, ran three points on five other occa- Chicago, in the first series of fifty nccessary points in his cighty-first in-isions and scored thirteen points be- points for the title and a purse of j whilc Daiy scoref] thirty-six in i twcen the twenty-fifth and thirtieth at McG-raw's billiard rooms. Un- i inning. Both men had innings. Daly, on the other hand, dcr the conditions the championship high runs of four, Daly's being re- notched three points in three innings. ;