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V I It Urt . V !l.rfr.V.M4 J ..- c -'5. ED BODYGUARD OF TROTZKY AND LENINE. DCYE COME HOME SHIPS. IN GERMAN Fireside Talks With Members of the Newspaper Bible Glass By REV. E. B. ALLEN, D. D. Pilgrim Congregational Church Oak Park, 111. (Jeiniuii ships to flic amount of I 50. ()()() tons have been allotted to tin P ult Ml State to bring the troops home. SEVERAL STATES TO SPARE. Four more Slates have latllleil tl. i dry amendment, milking forty-font iwKmnaamfimKVii Mm, nill-l II I T t- ii ... .... umiruL. rnrinninjiu.. . rM,'V"'. tmmmmim i.i.il..iwMliii -Jj HOES ., mii ii m mi n i. .. 11 n n. SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON FOR FEB. 23, 1919: "MOSES PRAY ING FOR ISRAEL." Golden Text: "The .supplication of u righteous man avnilclh much in its working." James 5:10. Lesson: Exodus 32:7-1-1. I.'uiding Questions: What is the deepest motive for prayer? What values lie in having a regu lar place of prayer? Vftn duty is on us to pray for others? 1. "The Tent of Meeting." There is ah interesting story in Kxodus 33:7-11. 11 tells how Moses used to lake the lent and pilch it afar oil' from the camp. It was called "The Tent of Meeting . . . everyone that sought .lehovah went out unto the lent to meet him!" The people stood in silence when Moses entered, bemuse they knew he was praying lo (Jod lor them, i )(Kvery community needs its "tent 6 meeting" and ils man of prayer. The values of a .church building are not fully recognized but if every church were blotted out of every community, the moral poverty of the people would be immediate and dan gerous. He glad that your church has a "lent of meeting and a man who seeks God in prayer for you and yours and for all the great interests of the nation and the world. II. Motives for Prayer. There are of course a few people who pray only when they are scared. Most people pray because there is a deep sense of need in their own hearts. Confidence in God leads mankind to come to Him for help. One glory of Christianity lies in its emphasis upon the fellowship which is possible between God and you. Religion at ils core is a great 4 "iendship. It is a close and sweet relationship between God. the Fath er and man. Ibe child, in which each lias Helpful and happy fellowship wilh (he other. Prayer comes lo fts highest ex pression in intercession. Sol when we ask for ourselves or even when we are praising God. but rather when our hearts go' out in longing for ollier.s are we mosi unselfish add Chiistlike. God recognizes the long ings of his children for others. Many a son is a be'lei- ni-m be(",',: his mother prayed for him. Many a Christian has been made over through his prayers for ol! . rs. Praving for others is a duty. T"l-ar be i from mc that I should sin against 'Jehovah in ceasing to prnv for y'uVsnid Samuel lo his people. p egML.r. .11: lTl"1111j1JJLS? Hli MMsm&M IfcfcSEMfetf&M immmnw These arc fcll Akron-made I well-known brands, MAIL OnUKIUi .Send check or money order. Mosey back If not at- Iffled. Itfvmi TOLEDO. OHIO We think prayer for olhers is a privilege. Samuel regarded il as a duty, uvery land nas tins ncnutiful prayer of a child for the boy who did not know the Iruc Godl "Dear Father, there's the other t hoy tonight, Who's praying to a god that's made of wood, He asks it to lake care of him till light, And love him but it won't do any good. .jB He is so far I cannot make him hear; I'd call to him and (ell him, if I could, Thai you'll take care of him, that you are near, And love him for his god is made of wood. I know he'd ask you if he only knew, 1 know he'd love to know you if he could. Dear God. take care of him, and love him loo 'I he other boy, whose god is made of wood." The church has not yet begun to realize ils power through prayer. Prayer for others is commanded in the Hible. It is magnified by the ex ample of Jesus. You remember that Jie told Peter at the last supper: "1 have prayed for thee." Did you ever .stop to think that he also prayed for you? Read the 17th Chapter of John and your heart will he made lender as you realize His longing for you. 'lor tirom me peace comcrence in rnns conies wora mat tne uoiauevlKl In Russia uie willing to m-ei-p; the umud governments' otter for a truce una" i courcanve on Princes' Islands. In ttio Sea of Mnrmoiu. l'ue Boisnovtbl ouve agreed to pay Russia's debts Tue above -joorogrupb stiow u regiment of Bolshevik soldiers marching about the square near the Kremlin, at Moscow. A mounted Cossack ofOei run be seen In the foresrouiia. Wilson Returns to U. S. l'rcMilonl Wilson Is expected to ar rive in the United States very soon. He will then be able to sIrii bills quickly if they are passed by t'on gres.s just before its adjournment on March -Jth. It is a ImiK-staiiilliiK custom for the President to j;o to the Capitol on that day, to .sign the hist bills. It is considered that bills do not become laws without the President's signa- liuo. after tin days, if congress lias la the meantime erased to exist. That happens on the fourth of March hi every odd-iipmhcu'd year. The President expects to hurry back to Franco as m)ou as this duty is performed. Ho feels that his pres ence in Paris at this crisis is of much more importance to the Tutted States than his presence in Washington. Willie the -President is away from NATION TO HONOR MEMORY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON mBH ' &QvBmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmMBammmty ooooooooFdouMflrwflHCsPVJ v fi v jHoou&-i t" SBUUiKKBBfHiWhJSSKKKKSPft I ly v oimBBBoBBHf Lt ?.. j. pirn-rt-i rwiiuf h .m favjomt J. iff JjBooBooBolBoBBoBBoMoBBBBpiBBBWBBBMMiBIBoBWoBBwLij 1 ML- - -- 1 1 I,.,, ,i ii i .... - . Paris his placo unions the American tH-kguts will ho taken by some one o1m It has hoeii reported that he will appoint either former President Tuft or KJHm Hoot, but this report was denied from Pails. The Secre tary of War, .Mr. I taker, 1ms also been mentioned. FROM PAklNrif 6Y GILBHR.T iruARTi GEORGE WASHINGTON" Throughout the United States elaborate preparations 'have been made to honor the memory of Ccorge Washington. Patriotic societies this year, iii view of existing conditions, will make the anniversary of his birth one long to be remembered. In every little hamlet, as well as iu tho-big cities, George Washington's birthday will be observed jvili fitting ceremonies. '" -'' ?" U. S. IS NOW THE HOME Ol; DIAMOND INDUSTRY Now York City Displaces Amsterdam, Holland, as World's Greatest ' Jewel Cutting Center. Slum tun earliest dayn of Die art Aitislordnin has had a monopoly of the vo): of ciiIIIuk (llnmondH, and outsltlu or llollund tow comnulcnt workmen con l tin lounil, It iu a dllliculL art to aciiiiiro, mid Ibeio liau been Uttla exact Kn.iwIrilKO of ils technicalities except In Holland, whoiu diainoad culllny has Iii,-uii lai'Kely 11 hereditary trial o, Its sccrulu and ii'ocossen being handed down from fattier to son for many RcnnialloiiH. Of Jule, liowover, partly owing to Ihu liilrrniplloiiH of I ho bualnesa due lo lliu war, and lo sumo extent lm-i.-atisu of tho lapidly kiowIiik huIcs of piocloini stones n AaiQiicu, I ho United Slates haa tiocomo Ono or llio lurfiotit If not actually tho Jari;c,Hi diamond uiarlEclii ) the world, : -, m 1 Llio undo of diamond mitlliiK has lifcoinu i.-sliU.ilbilK'd on a laiKii M-alu. In Now Voile City lliarn mo iiiiw twunty or mom hIioiih, oinjilnyliiK nvur COO bldlled wiiiliincn. Most of ilitmu men aro Hollandors, who 'for soveral yoais liavo been drift hu; over in in lirouslng numbers becausu or diminlah (1 employ mont at homo aid also be causu or tho 'wanes thoy can command in llio United Slates, which am vastly lilfilmr limn they ever iccelvod at borne. It Is fiald Ihat aiiioxium(lyU.flOO, Ollll wonb'or dlamoaOs aie cut In Now York every month. Indeed, It Is as serted Unit llio diamond nulling indus try is flinly established on a scale that promises to mako New Vmk I ho permanent diamond uiaiUel of tho world. FOLDINQ TftAP F0f? MINJNOWO Cor.: Perfectly Rlnht. tVo had experienced sonio dtulcultv In touching tbo children to Buy "No, thank you." Ono day Aunt Maggie said to a sister, aged 'J:' "Pntherlne, wjll you liavo somn broadT " "No," said Cathorlue. ' "No, what?'- i "No brood,' enmo tho reply- Paradox To become plcuty of squiuo meals. round eat itructcd of Pyralin, o Trsntaronc Ctibstanco James D. Logsdon, n linotype ma (hlnlst employed by tho Alclieson lilobo baa applied for a patent on a tolding minnow trap that Is f-unstruct-cd or Pyralin, a transiiaieiit r.ubstance 'miliar to celluloid. Tho folding 'fea ture la new. London's model In about twelve inches long when It is unfolded. Tho tiap Is Blx Inches long, and a project, ng cone slides back and forth iu tbo body proper, being wholly Invisible when the trap Is folded. The trap, vhon folded, Is six Inches long and about eight Inches in" diamctor, tho lidding feature reducing Us length by ono half. Tbo pyralin Is unusually light, but sacrifices nothing of durability. The nan3i),ironcy. of tho body affoida niln iiov3 11 clear vlow of the baft tnat Is jnsldo, rind thoy can easily find their -ay 'into 'tho trap thru an opening la a second cono that pi'ojcct.i Ini.ardly ','l.to iho l.'o'rty p.:ic: 6:V:i(l3il6" tho' tlldhn; Lo.ie tjiat t.d-.i ilso fuldlns teatuio. Germans Not Sorry Anieilcan correspondents In the oc cupied parts of Gerjuany note one dis turbing tiling. .The Gennans seem not In tho least sorry for or ashamed of their part iu the war. They regret the whole affair not because it was wroiiB hut because it was a failure, a had in vest em nt: it didn't pay. Ap parently they would be willing to he gin another war on the .same lines If they (bought II could succeed. Here in the Americans see again that straiiKc moral blindness that has been so noticeable in the Oerinan people since 1J1 1. One wonders what kind of religion can have been preached to thi'in. Por them light and wrong do not s(-im to exist where their gov ernment is eoiicerned. or are but dup ly names. This perhaps is a result of long years of mechanical obedi ence to orders given by oIliehTK rath er than obedience to conscience. 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