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If you are willing God should be your
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Coldness of Spring Water.
"It is a fact," remarked the head
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You can make the test, even in - im
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animal matter in the spring water,
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At any rate, it's a great pity we
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con.eni that they themiseives are eon
necteal with trade. The conversation
of both. however, betrays that they
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Cannot Reduce a Rate.
It is stated in Washir:gtozn that un
der the Townsend rate bill if a rate is
fixed by the commission it cannot be
lowered by a railroad. Should an
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rate the railroads or shippers would
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whatever the circumstances. Hitherto
a maximum rate has been the rule, but
no such concession is made under the
Courting Bad Luck.
There is an old superstition that It
Is bad luck to burn a piece of bread.
The origin of this is obvious, though
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the list of causes of poverty: "Waste
fulness inherited from wastelul par
ents."-Saturday Evening Post. ..
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THE P ULP1.
AN ELCQUENT SUNDAY SERMON BY
DEAN F. K. SANDERS. OF
Subject: The Most Beautiful Book.
Brooklyn, N. Y.-In the absence of
Dr. A. J. Lyman, the pastor, the pulpit
:>f South Congregational Church was
occupied Sunday by Dean F. K. San
Liers. D. D.. the head of the Divinity
School of Yale University. He took
Cor his subject "The Most Beautiful
Book in the World," and said:
My theme rests on the authority of
one renowned for his literary knowl
dge, Renan, who is deservedly famous
.s a student of literature nnd of the
Bible. He declared that the gospel of
Luke was the most beautiful book in
the world. No ene can, of course. test
this statement who is not familiar
with the gospel. To the superlici..l
reader it is only one of the stories of
tie life of Jesus. The skill, the power,
the pathos and the sympathy of the
writer become clearer with every re
reading of the book. An early tradi
tion spoke of Luke the painter, and
said he bad painted a portrait of the
Virgin. That tradition, whether true
or not, was not very far from right.
It may be said that he gave us, in a
fashion, the most beautiful picture of
Mary of Nazareth: it stands out before
us with lively distinctness. Everything
goes to show that Luke was a Greek.
familiar with the best literature of his
day, a keen observer and careful inves
tigator. He seems to have had unu
sual opportunity for observing and de
scribing the life and personality of the
Lord. Among other things he gives
evidence of.possessing the true histori
spirit. You will notice how he is inter
ested in tracing the Lord's active min
istry from place to place. The story is
told in an orderly fashion that helps
us to arrange the facts far better than
the other gospels could. You will no
tice also that Luke is fond of following
up the physical and moral growth of
our Lord. He is also careful to con
nect his story with the history of the
time. -with Roman and Syrian history.
He is careful to place the life of Jesus
in its larger environment and to show
- -hat Jesus was inrelation -o the world
about him, and we shall see why it was
that that point of view laid such hold
upon him. This was natural to a cul
tured Greek, and it was necessary if
his purpose was to influence his cul
What is it, we may ask, that consti
tutes a beautiful book. and does this
third gospel possess those attributes in
a supreme degree? It would seem to
me that a beautiful book ought to have
in the first place a noble conception.
which in some way awakens and dom
inates the soul, and it ought to have a
skillful, but simple plan of develop
ment rightly grasped and enjoyed.
There must he good taste and right
judgment in the choice of the material
which enables us to grasp details and
to see the gradual unfolding which the
writer would set forth. And there
should be felicitous expression of
everything which the writer seeks to
set forth. These nre the fundamentals
of a beautiful book.
First, in its beautiful conception.
The theme is the active life of Jesus.
and it is far more than that: it is the
broad lif'e which He lived with others.
Luke loses no chance to show how out
siders sought opportunities to conte in
contact with JTesus and always evoked
a response. We see His parents. disci
ples, friends and casual acquainitanlcs
with entire directness. and yet it was
not Jesus the man that Luke tells
about, but the Lord JTesus. Luke never
forgets that those to whom he refers
are now the risen Lord and the apes'
tes of the church. A famous critic
said: "Luke ever spares the twelve. es
peially Peter." He omits many little
details even regarding our Lord, such
as the agony in the garden, and many
about the apostles. especially Peter.
which are given in Matthew and Mark.
Why? Apparently bec'ause he did not
think it was worth while. He wats
studying the work of the Lord in rev
erent fashion. It was not his purpose
to simply puVt down facts, but to showv
those facts which would bring out the
explanation of the fact that Jesus was
the risen Lord of humanity. and that
the twelve were the "glorious company
of the apostles." It was not even just
that, but to show Jesus in all His pow
er, and greatness, and holiness, and
grace, the friend of all who were in
any kind of need, the Saviour of hu
mall kind, the one power to whom the
whole world ought to bow. That seems
something like the thought that was in
the mind of Luke.
But to go to the plan of development.
It is extremely simple. Mark's gospeli
consists of a series of scenes which~
bring out the life of Jesus with start
lng realism. Luke and Matthew are
not like that. Luke seeks to give tiue
historical association, a plain and sim
pe view of tile development of the life.
and it-is uniqud in its simplicity. He
has two chapters devo'ed to the inl
fancy and boyhood of JTesus, and in
the last two verses he shows the thirty
yars of growth of Jesus. Tfhen two
chanters serve to bring us to the point
when, ini full maturity, and with abso
lute commanld over Himself and His
purjoses. HeI was ready for the work
which opened bofore Him. So three or
four chapters give us the 'irepalration
for tiis publlic ministry, tell us of John
the Baptist. how JTesus came to him.
the details of the baptism amnd tempta
tion; then follows the genealogy, and
we are prepared for the actual story
of the active work of JTesus. Then
cones the story of His ministry, from
Galilee to Jerusalem, and then thle lamst
week iln Jerusalem. the Passion. and
lastly the resurrectiou. and ascension.
easy to follow and comprehensive.
Luke adds six out of twenty miracles
and eighteen out of twenty-thrmee par'a
bes and a great deal of choice nma'
Ini the third place is the eu i
taste and sympathy. Luke's gospel is
a universal gospel. HeI emphasizes the
fact that the ministry of Christ was
for all. Dante called Luke the writer
of the story of tile gentleness of Christ.
He alone tells the stories of the good
Samaritan. the prodigai son, the great
supper, the Pharisee and the publican,
the dinner in the house of Simon, and,
lastly, the story of the repentant rob
ber. All is a part of his great theme.
Nor was it accidental that Luke shows
us so many types of women and gives
heml 1hono0r' a stlrange thinmg ill his day.
His remarkable delineation of Ma ry,
te mother of Jesus. with her strong.
deep womanliness, gentle, trustful and
nure, resolute and self-controlled; how
is it done? Just ai 'word here and
there. Tr'ulv we call his the gospel of
woanhood. but it is only a part of
that broader vision of the true pur
poses of JTesus~ and His work.
Perhaps the( miost direct proof of the
quality of Lu tke's gospel is in its charm
f expression. W here can you fin~d
anthinm~ nmore e'-uisite than thme story
~f the birth at Bethl~ehem., or of the
scene in the synagogue at Nazareth. or
than the pathetic story of the widow's
son, or of the woman "that was a sin
ner?" We should need to take a whole
boont-o+ make such prnfnund impres
ions. The stories of Mar'y and. Mar
ha and of Zacheus of that walk to
-'mmaus-how ilimpossile) to read it
vithout havin. our hearts burn within
is also: Luke was truly a portrait
)ainter. An alie'nt leend said Luke
vas the founder of Chrstian art.
Now the last and tnost tes t of per
'eetion is unity. Passaes in the hook
>f Luk.' are like "ems in a royal crown.
['he book is a tribute of a reverent dis
iple to the Lord Christ. showing His
'elationslip 'to nia and striving to
'onvey the impre5ssion of His personal
ty. As if Luke should say: -Cannot
'ou see that le embodied the univer
al ideal of a perfectly God-like life;
hat le over-passed nuanio possibility
iud gave in His life the evidence of be
ii divine'' To be appreciited the
ook must be constantly and reverent
y read until it is fixed in the nemory.
[hen it will do irs constructive work in
ur souls. It will encourage us. that
ospel of Luke. to let the whole Bible
have its right (if way in our lives. and
it will suggest the way in which the
Bible can become. in our heiarts. the
souree of genuine and constant up
Pulpit power. which for a time
seemed to be on the wane, is return
ing, and it is largely bec'ause the
peaching is less of a literary chaniac
ter, less of tinished essays and topical
discussions, semi-secular. It is now
more vittrlized and energized with the
Spirit's power. Those who heard some
of our most fanmorspreachers ten years
ago would scarcely believe they were
the same me speaking if heard to-day.
Dr. Gunsaulus, who used to deliver
those polished sermons in Plymouth
Church, Chicago, ten years ago, could
not hold the great audience in the
down-town auditorium which he ad
dresses now if he used those old-time
sermons, or better ones of the same or
der. Sonithing seemed to cone into
this fine man's life a few years ago
which admonished him that nothing
but the power of Coil could nake a
ermon great, and he has been preach
ing great sermons since that day. Dr.
Hillis used tocharm a literary audience
in Central Music Hall with an essay
which glittered like a newly cut stone
from the hands of a lapidary. but if re
ports are true, that is not the kind of
sermons that Dr. Hillis is preaching
now. Indeed, he himself is quoted re
cently as saying that oratorical pulpit
tiights are the bane of preaching, and
that clergy and laity shared an equal
responsibility in the saving of souls.
*The preacher." said Dr. Hillis, "must
not treat on topical subjects Sunday
after Sunday. but must preach the gos
pel of Jesus Christ. The church is not
the preacher's field: it is his force. and
it is the nan who has not crossed the
church's threshold for years upon
whom you have a claim." It is that
possibility which makes a preacher's
work inspiring. but also tremendously
responsible. What Sabbath may be
ot have among his hearers a soul that
is hungering and thirsting for the
bread and the water of life? What an
infinite crime to give him a stone. or
quite as bad, a. handful of artificial
Be Good For Something.
The highest virtue consists of more
than merely being good. It is being
good for something; and good for some
thing not to one's self alone, but to
others and to God. That legative,
self-complacent virtue which is only
a strict abstention fronm evil, is of a
quality far inferior to the virtue which
suppresses evil or helps another to re
sist it. Virtue, in the old Latin sense.
is synonymous with valor. It implies
not only an espousal, but a champion
ship, and, if necessary, a fight. Virtue
is not only being good. but-doing good,
and the better we are the more wve
ought to- do. We believe in these
words of R. R. Bowker:
"It is bad for the ignorant and the
vicious to do ill. It is worse for the
educated and honest to do nothing."
When a Christian is at peace with
any sini ill his own life, when he is
reconciled to any evil habit, or be
comes indifferent to anything in his
own character wvhichi renders him uin
like Christ. he is disloyal to his Mas
ter. In like mannter, when a citizenl
of the Kingdom of God is at peace
with any sin of society. becomes rec
onciled to any evil habits of tile com
munity or indifferent to anything that
is inconsistent with the full coming
of God's Kingdom on earth, he is dis
loyal to the kingdom.-Josiah Strong,
Open the D~oors.
You close your doors and brood over
your owvn miseries and the wrongs
people have done you: whereas. if you
would but open those doors. you might
c;>me out into the lhght of God's trnth,
and see that His heart is as clear as
sunlight towvard you. If you would but
let Him teach you, you wouldl find
your perplexities melt away like the
snow in the spring till ycu could hard
ly believe you ever felt them.-Geor'ge
Chri.st Walks on Onr Feet.
Christ would still seek the lost, but
Ie must do it nowv on our feet: lHe
would sti'l minister. but He mtust do
it with our hands; lHe would stil~l
warm and co~,afort and Encourage anui
instruct, hut He must (:0 it with our
lips. If we refuse to perfor'm these
oices for H-im. what right have we
to call oursel-'es members of 1His body
in vital union wvith Him?-Josiahi
A Wondertul Light.
If you are willing to choose the seem
ing darkness of faith instead of the
umunation of rea son, wonderful light
will break upon you from the Word
e' God.-A. J. Gordon.
Lost Faith in America.
Joe Grim, the Italian fighter with
the iron jaw, was recentiy drawn for
jury duty over in Philadelphia. HE
had made arrangements to fight Hugc
Kelly of Chicago, and there was mone)
in the bout. Joe went to court anc
said to the judge:
"Excusa me! Means lotto da mon
"Are you naturalized?" asked the
Sure! Good American me!" re
plied the pugilist
"Nothing doing. then!"' remarlkef
the judge. "If you go West to figh1
you'll go to jail for life when yoU
"21ean shame!" cried Joe. "I necdr
da mon. Wife, she ncedat da men
Me, greatest prie ighter' ia Littic
Italy lousa da nman. I go to my man
ag Mike da Co.;te.l. Hie ist a politish
He say sure I'll fix it right. Now he
do nothing. Say he go to jail, too
I go myself to all the politish. They
givea me da smile. If I go fighta dt
Kell I go to pris. If I don't fighta
da Kell I loosa da mon. America fine
country!" And Joe left the cour
rm in tearst
Senor Quesada, Cuban Mini
Senor Quesada. Cuban Mfinister to the
article in The Outlook for July 1899. by Ge
at the Esteban Theatre. Matanzas, Cuba. he
the spell oi eloquent speech and in the gri
have rarely witnessed such a scene as at
dead patriot. Marti.'' In a letter to The Pe
Washington. D. C., Senor Quesada says:
"Peritnca I can recon
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tonic. anrd it is also ani
abinost uiversal comflj
ICongressman .1. H. Bankhead, of Ala
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To better advertise the south's Leading
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THE ST.LOm~S WORLUYSF'AiR
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TomRa CANADIAN CO. anied. TOROTo.CANJ
ster to the United States.
United States, is an orator born. In an
orge Kennan. who heard Quesada speak
said: "I have seen many audiences under
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the close of Quesada's eulogy upon the
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Address Dr. Hartman. President of The
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correspondence held strictly confidential.
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the sales of LION COFFEE,
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or contact with germs, dirt,
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