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NEWS REVIEW OF
CURRENT EVENTS
Greeks Execute Six Alleged
Traitors and Britain Severs
Relations.
LAUSANNE MEET DEADLOCKED
Mosul Oil Fields Subject of Much Dis
pute-Franco Reported Ready to
Occupy the Ruhr - House
Passes Ship Subsidy Bill.
By EDWARD W. PICKARD
HE revolutionary government
of Greece has tried, convicted
j and executed three former pre
j miers, two former cabinet officern
and a general for conspiring to
commit high treason, in connec
tion with the Greek debacle in
Asia Minor. Great Britain pro
tested against the executions and 4
has broken off diplomatic rela
tions with Greece. Do you think
this is Justified, or do you believe
the affair is no busines of Brit- i
ain's any more than was the ex.
ecutioa of Erskine Childers by
the Irish Free State?
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At the Bar of uo.d's
Word
By REV. H. OSTROM, ). D.
Extension) t'mtiartmnt, moody 13116e
Institute, Chicago. z
'iXT--'rho Word of God Is a discorne
of the thoughts and intontN of tho heart
-IHob. 4-12.
If men who spend so much lint
judging the Bible would reinember that
the Bible is a
Judge of them
the result would
be good. For, the
word 1i our text
-traunslatedI "a dis.
:g ' . ltunny insttances
transi ted "a1
jde" Indeed,
the selection rep)
resents a coulrt
__ rootn in Which
Goil's Word Is
judge and the
thoughts n id intents of the hearts of
mhen ar iie tih' appr ehn(Ild prisoners on
trii. As fioir lit' prisoners, they are
very sI IIiiant ones, The name of one
is Thought, and his given name Heart,
and the iaine of tht' second is (liter
ally) Outhollings; his given namne is
Heart, too. There they stand, Heart
Thoughlts and 1(eart Outoillings on
trial. A lnd there is the Juidge, the
Word of (lodI.
To say that these two live behind
closed d1)r)s or to pronoulnce themtu her
m'its is to speak 4oo mildly. Doors?
They certainly live within the within.
Looks, gestures, gaits, words, these aFe
:ill further out than)11 the'y. These are
expotsed to view. 1But llenrt Thoughts
:d I leaIrt n-oligs, who can see
thein? We know Vhat results from
them when it all appears In the life
one lives, but to seIe back and in we
e':nnnot.
It is there that God sees, hetce Ills
W':ord senres like a11 sharp sword
there. What folly to try to persuadie
iuir'"eves thIat be'tise mien 191 i oiln
its we mnust ther'fore he happy. And
what elaoi rate folly for us to think
11,t hat herause 1111n ('nnn]It i4'& our' secret
i'ins Itin-refoire wi' iay cover thetn vith
our thoutsantls of tillvOing- !
h'le iihle Truth Inot only declares
that all1 is soon and known by Hilm
w.ho gave it, but tl, Bilble will ask us
iennerning our doings - why? " It will
say, "WhVat was in your thought and
lhe't ?" If we say, "Let tie dleedi pass
ait fneI Vaihit',"' thel libhle answers that
thert is nito face vale established un
Ill the deed has been it'nisured by the
miotive. The Iliele stands us in the
Courtrooitn laid judges hint tuiotive.
Jilen's neelnitius melt away in the' air
nd nwl'S ships 51 on te blc fal' Into
pal.:y while this c"ontinues in full
st rtnt h and vigi 'r. "'hy W" Why dlid
you dii it ? Oin :i t hei (1( lrs, ex posed
Is the seir'i'ecy uand stripped is Ilie forni
lhel the fingetrs of t hilt word 'why
proceed to wo~rk.
A'i1 ve tony rkihtly as!:, "Why
should I have to ai p'.Vi'r why ci(ncer:i
ing Iuy lnslnt 'I'e ausne or is r'
penitedly given in Glod's \\'ord. Sun.
tomin u II' the 'eitied ainswvers; you gel
this: Ilan's lisiess is to live to the
:doriy it' ( hidl or this he was c'reatet
anld gatheiar to ouirseltves simne .listifica
tion oh ouar idir~gs Iirioin naturie. Nieith~e
hierl Siongs nor)1 hern sighs ('nl .lust If:
11s. Wte e'i.lui siirpass thle 'ft orts o
thlose uabouut us u.nd thenii hoe'.ise o)
thlat, he just Illed. I Tow do we. kinov
how harid Itey strive? Weo canno
:inke monliey 0and give It and4 'Iihereby
be .1list Illed. TIlte very ma~kIng of I
andl~ tile result o)f thle givl ig is too oh'
!tculre for us h)to trace It. We ent:niot ai
Isembllle Our rQcordls for cheer ani
hiuoyan "y and thereby he just Ilged. W<
Iknhow t hat thlere Is a mirlthI of n'aidnesi
''Why?"' says the WVord. Whbat di yo
Iitendt? 111ad you1 "set the L ordh al
wvays before youv face?" I hlnd I T, S
of ten 'rowdedI 01ut, been neeoi ded th
p~ince' olf , idge thr11ough ITlIs Word?
%Tt'n iiiny palin~t the (1hl enar nnl
miake it Ilook nieweri; thymygroot
theC(1( oldlorse and1 make h im loo
Iyoulnger; hut the JBibhe is "6.t'n yen
and( "nay unay."' Even the reason fo
one's nelits 1uus t' e u to fr. ce vlu
there. This enni he whbile men1 condem!
you 4r this 0enn he If me(11 n palseyor
but If this is wanitinig God ennuoEt ai:
pr'ove of1 you. it was hleart-hairdnies
hamdeit Inpossible for those mei
wholi had1 50een the mult Itude fed to es
enpe~ conifuslen wh'Ien theuy saw Jv.esiu
matst er. thle st orm; waves. 'I he "isingl,
eye," t he e'4len-cuit (10etle11mlnt Ion no
to try to "serves two mlasterI'.,'" thet wii
nes.s st 'rhih .from tile ~sho-.ider t ha
men~1 wh lerebOy we- Can he4 saved,'' an
the "ptiire' hea'lrt''--Such, and ite
Only,:consIst wvith rIght thliking. Ani
these thrive whben tile outholhings o
the henrllt ac(cord( with Gtl's Word
Jesus Christ cnme not only to miaki
the fontain cleani with Hi1s Cclnsing
blood(, but to deal1 effec'tuailly with thi
very'3 spinIigling of its traters.,
The Truth In Muan.
The uihltute truth ini inan ilaflot ii
his lIntellect, or' In Is possess5ionis; it lI
in his iluumination of ml~ind, ini his radi
ition oIf symfa1thy, in is recognlitlo,
of this world, not ierely a * n.sore
house15 of plower', but ais a halbitation o:
manu's spirit, with its eternal musIc og
henutty tand inner light of the Divini
I'resence.--Tagore.
Christianity and Business.
The nverage man and womnan i
tIred of. the heroic, and sighs for th(
possIble. hi'ulI wvelT.' know thiat Chris
t1ian11ty adalpted to' busliness todal
wouIld revolutionize the wor)lld andl
leave nto social sores to aippall us,
Challeng.
MPROVED UNFORM INTERNATIONAL
ShndaySchool
Lesson "
(By R1EV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D.,
'Teacher of English Bible in the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
Copyright, 1922. IVestern Newnpaper Union.
LESSON FOR DECEMBER 10
THE STORY OF THE GOOD
SAMARITAN
LESSON TEXT-Luke 10:25-37.
GOLDI.:N T.:NT-Thou shalt love thy
neighbor an thys lf.-l.ev. 19:18.
PRAIAlY TOPIC-eShowing Kindness
to a Stranger.
JUNIOt TOPIC-The Story of the Gbod
Samaritan.
INTI.UtMDIAT1E A NA SENIOR TOPIC
-Being a Good Neighbor.
YOING P'O'i.: .\N) ADULT TOPIC
-Who Is fly Neighbor?
1. How to inherit Eternal Life (vv.
25-2S).
1. The Lawyer's Question (v. 20).
"Lawyer"' here means one versed In
religious law-the Scriptures. This
does not mean lawyer in our modern
sense of that term. It would more
nearly correspomd to a theological
pirofessor. Ple lawyer's object was
to trap Jesus-to iluce Ilim to take
such a Stand as would weaken ills in
ltuence as a teacher. 1ie expected
Jesus to set forth some new cer'e
imo1nies whleh voild conflilct with or
dispara~tge the law.
2. Jesus' Question (v. 2(). Though
Jesus knew the mtiolve of the lawyer
Ile did not evade his question. hie
sent him lo the law-the field which
was faniliar to him. lie thus was
roblltl of Ills oVn weapon.
3. The Lawyer's Reply (v. 27). lIle
imade an ilttelligenit answer det'laring
that tile entire conztent of the law
',vns einbract(edl In love to Godt and mant.
This exi'esses the w1'hole of human
duty.
4. Jesus Rii)ly (v. 2S.) This
straightforward atrfwer went to the
heart of the lawyer. I'erfe't love to
God and nan is truily the way of iIfe.
No plan has yet hail or ran have such
love. I 11 si'nful en'i lition precludes
Its possibility. Maan's falure to ineas
are up to tils requirement is hils con
demn:itiin. 'he lawyer keenly felt
this thrust. 1ie was defe'ateil on his
o\wn grounds.' an't Vti Ionicted of
guilt.
If. Who Is My Neighbor (vv. 2)
57).
1. 'T'he I.awiyer's Quet ion (v. 29).
This cluest ion reveals the Insincerity
of the lawyer. Christ's aunsver had
realihed his Conlselence and now l1e
seeks to escape the (IifliculIy by ask
lng a1 4:apltiliis .pe'sti)n. Lawvyer-like
le soiughit to get off by raising a <ques
tion is to the iteaninag of words.
2. .Ii.sus' .\nswer (vv. gtll',7). Christ's
relIly 1iiiire than answereil the law
yer's que-:tion . in tllw pa rable of the
(oil Samatitan iIe tmakes clear who
i1 :1 ieiglihb r, a1id also wihit it means
to he a negighbor, or what loving a
neightbor incans. ('hist's answer hinad
a doleli mieaing. Hie nt only madtel
('lear1 wVho is iniy neighbori, h)111 mndeb
It clear that the lawyer wazs not play
Sig the tieighbilor. lie I hus wa s -on.
Y'leted (of not. thaving been a neigh.
hor.
(1) Who Is miy neighbor? Trhis de.
t Itute and)1 wounatled iiin lefti lii the
t hIihway Ihy thie irbbers Is ilin- mn
. who nieeds' a neighbior. Mly mieighbor,
tteref'ore, is jte one whio nhet~ it
.hellp, whethter he lives next door oi
.on the out side of the wrbrl. Th'iose
who have1 the Spirit of ('hrist can see
I belt- ne'ihibors oni every hand.
(2) WVhat heling a neighbiir menans.
Our upreme tdhnee(rni shioid not he
"WVho Is.u egbr"bt"hs
negho iam 11?" T~lor" bea neibo s
ia) to see I hose abiout us who need
hi~t I (v. 33). Love' Is keen to dIlicern
need. We should he on the lookout
for those in n~eed1 of our hel*
(b) Tiave comipuetsioni on thle ne0t1
r ilouisedl alS lI enme11 into ('0onat ~ wi
hsewho were suiffern g and in need
All those who h; ve Ills nuture w~itl
b e likewvise moved. (e) (3 ie to thlose
IIin(need (v. 341). anny are witting tc
1iv1 aoey toielti the lpoor and needy-,
but ae unilig to persona Ihy minhis-.
ter to the.I ay'ie heproa
touc lamor impowrtanit than the 'ta
I trhu alit. We should give oir setlves
as~ela u iot y- (d) HInd up
woms v 341). (e) Set the helptles
tsonour- beasts whle- we wal
(i-. 341). ThIs Is pi-oti that love is
se es In order to havi e somethling to
v~ e to thiose' who thave need' This
ind of symp' ihy is grecatty needed0(
today. (f?) Tiring tIhe Inn and take
care of the unifortuinnie (v. 3-I). (len
- inme love does not lenve its service ini
complte. Au (h Cristian servic(e is
- .pnsmiode. thelIps and thten l'avon a
man to take enre of himself. (g) (itvn
money (v. 35). It costs a goodl ineal
to he a neihbor. Love Is the most
expensive thing tn the world. It cost
(iGod Ilts only Son. It cost Chirtst Ills
lIfe. any we go and (10 likewIse!
When the Last Trump Sounds.
The Lord himsiielf shall. dlescend
from heaven wtth a shout, with the
voice of the archangel, and with the
trumip of God ; and the dead1( In Christ
shall rise first.-- Thessalonlaans 4 :10.
Such as r' Love.
,Such as I love, I rebuke aund ehns,
tise. lie zealous, therefore, mid do
penance.--Aolenpe 8 :10.
Doing NothIng.
DoIng nothing with a deat of skill,-e
Onwne
MotAer Tells
How to Make
A Baby Bright
"I>; your baby is bad and cross it's
a sure sign ,ie needs Teethin," says
Mrs. Clair McConnell, of Norman
Park, Ga. "That's the way it always
was with my little boy. When lie was
fretting and cross I "would give him
Teethina and then ,he was br'ghut and
laughing aLraIrtI , .
"Teeth' is wonderful ,r them
wheg th ' .older, too. 1 give ' it
to nmy s ,! .ar-old boy and you
never' saw anything do so much good."
The most frequent cause of fret
ting, cross babies is Painful disorders
in their little tender bowels. Give
them 'T'cethina. Your mogier used it.
It s perfectly harmless.
Sold by all druggists, or send 30e
to Moffett Laboratories, Columbus,
Ga., and get a )aakage of Teethina
and a wonderful booklet about--Baby.
-Advertisement.
Amounted to Same Thing.
Two childreIn were playliig in a gar
den, and has just started a new gaine.
"I know a line game." sald Halirold,
suddenly. "Let's be admirals and coi
lnand all the ships in the navy."
111 plalniaut e, a little girl, at once
began imip-osing cond(itiolns.
"All right," sh.. said. "Only I inust
he the highest admilratI and give comix
ntlinds t o youl."
Harold didn't like the i(deI, and said
SO. The little girl thought for a mo..
inelt.
"Then,", she said, "let's play that I'm
tie admiral's wt'ife. That will do Just
as well."
The occaslonal uso of lioiuxn .ye IintIam
at night wil jrevent and replive tired eyes,
watery eyes., and "ye strain. Advertsenent.
The Tonic.
Mr. Snith (t houight 'ully) -Pill
afirIaiid I shall have to sil'lp gi%' T''-e.
muy that Ionic the liioetor lft f'or him.,
.lr. Smith talixiously)-\vhy, isn't
lie aniy lolher?
.\rs. Smaith---ah. y s. !ihlt he has
slid do'win he ii' banlt.;'s six I mies this
ii'rning, aro4keii lit' hall blituij, two
vases. a pitcher am11 :1 looking glass,
anud I dini't feel a: If I cold stand
nionli inore.
ILW .)LS NEED
NOT BE FEEBLE
you are "getting along in years"
you don't need to sit in a chimney
corner and dream of the days when
you were full of life and vitality.
Keep your blood rich and pure a" I
your system built up with Gude'a
Pepto-Mangan, and you .will feel
stronger, younger and livelier than you
have for years. Get it today and
watch the result.
Your druggist has Gudc's-liquid or
tablets, as you prefer.
[epOWanan
Tone and Blood Enricher
BRNHA COUJGH
Mr. .Iihln 1) i 'a ' erhpook, Va.*
bear Sir':--I on writing you In re
gard'i to a biottl of0 your Emulsion.
As I cannot get it here in i'enn'syl.
yo0u please send 111 a bottl1 e andt bill
for' samte andI I will send you a check
by rteturnmil.
C'ertainly will alppreiaite it If you
will do t his a-a I have hai this dlread.l
Cul cough now for over' a week,
L.plng to hear' fromu you hy return
'nail, I amn, a well-satisiedt user of
yourim Emnusin.
Mrs.4 K. L. M[essriek, Har'risbur'g, Pa.
C'oughs, ('oldhs, lilng tr'oublue and gen
t'ral r'tin-dow,~n ''4ndi1tiono yilid to the
wonhderftti ul 11 helig powers of Iler's
Emutlsl on. 10 you~t feel ittn (down or'
haea cough, get a bottle of thfr
Slenitd tonic, f'or sale by leading
dru'tggists, .31.25 a bottle.
Reatores Color and
1)1 Beaut toS Gr an rne i
HUN DIERCORNS Remov.r, e al
acIeto c 0wok, *aeogf v*n
Miove boegip
..,fo constip
SNo Soap Better
-For Your Skin--,~
Than Cu ticura
Seap 25e, Ointment 25 and 50c, Talcum 25e.
4 E1
VER REULATO

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