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GERMANS USE RUTHENIAN CHURCH AS WORKSHOP
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br'ypical Ruthenian church in Galicia used by the German army as a workshop during the great drive on Lem
CZAR CONFERRING WITH GRAND DUKE NICHOLAS
adr1nnt nxm e of the zr of of..the...Russ..ans..and...his..ch..efl.i
aiying glannse adt themntestu of essan arm y. Ilans and details of the country are before them, and
ora.lyn laesidtminhetuy ofte physical conditions of the country. The attendants are awaiting
INGENIOUS POSITION OF SERBIAN BATTERY FRIEND OF WORKING GIRLS
Sp~ecially posed photograph of Misi
Anne Morgan, who has recentll
opened a camp for working girls it
I NtI~ifl'.,~ fi111114 rI ii pm teelon f a olidy C~Sterling raiforestc, tGreenwfoest, reewkod ,ake .NJ
the'~ 1 ~il~~ L., h~~l),I iin tu eem s ostin ~it copaatve afty Miss Morgan is the daughter of thf
late J. P. Morgan.
KAISR COMEND HI OFFCERSBecUder~ the Willows.
willlow rods has been largely cut of
several American manufacturers 0
wvillow furniture and baskets havf
R R R I asked the department of agriculturi
for the addresses of persons. in th
country who have taken up willov
growing. For some years the depart
ment has distributed willow cutting
of imported varieties with a view t
* *....developing the production of higi
.~. grade willow rods in the United States
The usual imports of willows corn
chiefly from England, Belgium, Hol
landl, France and Germany, but thesi
sources havem been practically Closei
for several monthd.
An Aggrieved Relative.
T % M"I lost a couple of chickens las
night," said the man wvho lives in th
~ -~ "Well, boss," replied Mr. Erastu
Pluikley, "I specks I knows who foun
as 'em. I donetol' iny brother Sam 'bou
E ni~rrdenm chickens an' requ'ested him spc
mork o W~illiami in his automobile praising some of his officers for..the cial to let 'em alone tell I gits m:
Or fteGerman army in ahe reamtmur e of u Lmb ,cptloGaii. ig ftntWdasa.".
.By E. .0 LLERS, Acting I rector of
junday School Course, The Moody Bliblo
I.1stitute of Chicago.)
LESSON FOR JULY 11
SOLOMON ANOINTED KING.
LERSSON TEPXT-I Klitgs 1:28-40.
GOJI)EN TEXT-Know thou the God of
.hy father, and serve him with a perfect
L1art and a willing mind. I Chron. 28:9.
"The king is dead; long live the
ding." Old and decrepit at seventy
iears of age, a successoA must soon
:ako tne shepherd king's seat of
David's record is a wonderful one
is an empire builder, an organizer and
in accumulator of wealth. Read care
'ully I Chron. 29:28. Three characters
ire the most outstaniits for our con
sideration in this lesson.
I. David. (a) lie had to make a
selection (vv. 20, 27) but God used Da
vid to make his own choice of Solo
mon. Jedidiah, "the beloved of Jeho
vah," (2 Sam. 12:25), was he whom
rehovah desired to sit upon the throne.
(b) David had a promise he must
aeeds fulfill (vv. 17, 30). While his
second son, who sought to usurp his
:hrone, is engaged with his fellow con
spirators (vv. 9, 41) in feasting and
*ejoicing in their supposedly easy vie
:ory over the aged father, David ral
ies and gives direction for the public
proclamatton of Solomon as king,
:hereby redeeming his promise. Many
professed Christians treat their prom
tses far too lightly. Bath-sheba em
ooldened by her need (v. 16) enters
:he king's chamber where now another
-iinisters in her stead, and lays the
facts of Adonijah's rebellion before
David, concluding her petition with the
Iramatic words of verse twenty. Bath
;heba's petition is re-enforced by the
words of David's mentor, Nathan (vv.
)2, 27). Turning again to Batb-steba
David emphatically reiterates his de
:ermination to carry out to the full
3od's commandments relative to his
mccessor. Even in the hour of his de
,)arture David remembers that it is
fehovah "that hath redeemed my soul
,t of all distress" (v. 20). (c) David
then gives careful command relative
:o the public proclamation of the new
King (vv. 32, 35). Calling to his help
as trusted 9jnd tried friends, Zadok
:he pr-est, Nathan the prophet (see 2
3am. 11:24, 25) and Benalah the sol
Her (I Chron, 11:22-25), he directs
:hem to place Solomon upon his- own
mule (v. 33) and take him to Giben
:here to be anointed and proclaimed
.ing in David's stead. Contrast Dor
vid's scrupulous obedience regarding
the use of horses (Deut. 17:16) with
that of Absalom (2 Sam. 15:1) and
Adonijah (v. 5). Note also it was the
priest and the prophet alone- who were
to anoint the king (v. 34). In this we
3ee a parable of the establishment of
the everlasting kingdom of righteous
aess by the Prince of Peace and not
biy means, or use, of the sword.
This anointing was a symbol of'
tiedication to God (Lev. 8:19-12) and
the oil of our anointing by the Holy
Spirit which is all essential and suf
acient for the subjects of his king
loin (Luke 24:49., Acts 1:5-8)- But as
these were only outward form and
symbol, they muist petition Jehovah to
keep) the new king (v. 34). (d) David
:ook no chances bet steps aside fully,
while he yet lived, that all question of
Solomon's right should be removed
Ii. Solomon. (a) God-chosen. (1
Chron. 28:5; 29:1,. Solomon was the
first son of David and Bath-sheba after
their legal marriage. His name means
"Peaceful" (see I Chron. 22:9) and
may suggest the fact that David had
round the peace of forgiveness. Solo
mon inherited the strength of David's
maturity and chastening also, and
through his mother, the wisdom of
Ahithophel, whose advice "wvas as if a
man had inqiuiredl at the oracle of God"
(2 Sam. 16:23). (b) He wans chosen be
cause of intercession (chi. 1:17). The
standling of the Christian is what it is
in the sight of God because of one who
intercedes on our behalf (John 17).
(c) He was chosen in the midst of con.
troversy and as against antagonists
(v. 6). So the Christian, chosen be.
tore the foundation of the world in
Christ, also has great oppositio'n and
a dangerous antagonist and, like Solo.
mon, he is secure in spite of tjhe as
saults of the evil one (I Cot. 10:1,.
Jude 24). (d) Solomon was chosqij
for a definite work (I Cihron. 28:10)..
The sad spectacle presented today ba
to see so many professed ChristLatja
Iwho seem to have no sense of respon
sibility much less an appreciatom of
their privileges in Christ Jesus. (e)
- Solomon was promised help (I Charon.
I28:9) so are we and accordingsto each
day's duty "so shall thy strength be."
"I can do all things through Christ
- which strengtheneth me" (P~hil. 4:13).
ill. Adonijah. (a) He was a self-se
- lected king (v. 5) and as such lacked
not only the approval of God but the
I ability to execute his designs.. He had
Joab the bloody soldier and Abiathar
the jealous priest as his consplirators,
yet all combined could not set aside
the decree of God. (b) He was a
spoiled child. "HIs father had not
displeased hit at any time" (all hie
5 life, v. 6). True he was David's eldest
I living son, yet he was not in the line
t of God's selection. Throughout the
history of Israel the elder is constant
ly set aside for the younger.- He was
lackinge in nsany essnials.
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Mollie-What are you. lstting ar
hair grow so long for?' Going t@ t
Chollie-No; I've got a gm ,
against the barber.
There is a certain young man 6
ased to be notoriously egotistic. Sih.
of his acquatintances were one :
speaking of him before an, old, lb.
who was not "up" In the' slang expri
sfons of the day.
The rext time she met him si
put out a congratulatory hand.
"Oh-, Mr. S'mith," she cried. " al
so gTad you are better!' I heard' iths,
week that you had a swell'ed' liead;'"
CURED OF PELLAGRA;
WOMAN IS SO HAPPY
Ratliff, Mis.-Ida Creel, of this place,
writes: "I am enjoying fium iralthi,. bet
ter than I have in years.. My weight i4
1.16; when- I. began taking- your t 'eatment.
it was 98.. I sure can praise' y. rr treat'
ment;: cam eat anything: G wan and' its
don't seem to hurt me."'
There- ib no longer anyr dbulit hat, peh
higra ea be cured. Db.zat dbla. until: il
is. too, lihe. It is your-dixty to c sult. thim
The symptoms-handis red' like unburn).
skin peeling off, sore- mouth, ,o. lips,,
thronat. and tongue a' fIlming ;Q witlih
miucPht macus and chokdtg;; indige orn. ant
nauen-,. either diarrho aat tr const tion.
There is hope; geit BhughiA. Z be
boelt on Pellagra aud!' learn: al k the
read' for PellagraI tduct has, at t, been
foumf.. Address Amnerican uomi mnfig
Cai,. box 2090, Jasjpmi;, Ala.,.. rem king
anoney is ref"nded! ihi any case. w e the
remeady fails to cumeu-Adva.
And' tee Womdir..
"What made.'thant stobut wes so
"Just as she. was geting on t sub
way train thve gateiman naid both
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Preccdm jshamjsoos by toucl of
Cuticura (2tntmenat if needed totts
of dandl'ud4, itching and irritat of
the scalp,. Nothiing better for th n.
plexion,.lha'r, hands or skin than .e e
fragranii fOjpercireamy emollIents ;o
as proilmatloms for the toilet.
Samide each free by mall with c *
Addretss postcasrd, Cuticura, Dep,
Bost.'j. Sold every where --A dv
"When~l~i I wss a boy," saidl the 9
of the familly, "I had to woar -~
fr~her's old clothes made over."
"That's all right, dad," anusi
htis son. "I've got a couple o
*uits you can have."
Grand Prize at Panama-Paolfic A
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The Grand PrIze for superority o
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chester, Mass. 'This famous old houis
receIved r5 Ilighuest Awairds at the lea
,expositions in I~prp and~ Afhericau.
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"What are you taking for
"Advice." - Philadelphia Pu
M~ANY WAlt ZONE~ ROSPETAL.
Have ordered Allen's Foot-Ease, the anti
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Patience is the long road that he
Keep Hanford's Blalsam in yoe
The piano practice of a girl is mu
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than nasty calomel; it wont make er
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want without being salivated. Your
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Will start Your liver, clean your bowels
and straighten you up by morning or
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I grla cultvabadj their disposition. 4
aa assiduously as they do' their com
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ItV'; an ill whid that escanea audi
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For poisoned wounds use Hinforda
Balhamof MyrrhL Adv.
Mhrrtigo. is a lbttery In wh'oh tho
>rize-winnrs di'aw alimony.
Makes Hard WorkHarder..
A bad back makes a day's worcin
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cames fron weak kidneys,. and if.
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orders are added, don't wait-get
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woAc~ . - Q.- ~Ohirane -
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liltmoree N;. C.
run - dovnI fVr o m
C I dnoy- complaint
adl mr- bsak was
o lane- and] sore 1 4
icouldn't war)<. The
. k I dnoj accretions
-were Irrrgular in
~rst noaik je, it.
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A Sluble Andtiseptic Powden to
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IneF local treatmient of womnan'~ls,
ochA ileucorrlaa and inlammiiats hot
iouh of l'ino are very efiloeclous.
ouchjall wivo has ever used med.icated
l o rl lv l fs i i t o p pr o la to t h e c ii ~ n
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li. . 'mn who have boo
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