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To Preach Temperance,
TIib Itov. Dr. William A Wnmcm,
ro tor of Or.ico 1'iolculant llplnco
inl church, ithcrhoad. I,. 1.. hits
resigned .his imntor.ilc In it lottor
to IIUlio)) llurKCsi, nml will eive
his whole time to flnntlng prohibi
tion mid "tenihornnce, falsely so
tailed, ami ndvouttitiK tho true tern-,
iernnro ltli h menus luoduntllon
and coif tpntrtjl," hub the New
York V"ilI." ' '
Tho rcslRiiutlon Is to t.iko effect
on Kciitembcr 1.
Climax of a lor- Fight.
The decision of Or. Wnsson Id
flRlit iiRaiust iiiohlliltlnn mid for II
1 centcil saloons Is a climax to it ton
test of soeial' jenrs, whltli has
glen him it natlon-wlrto loputatloit.
Tour joars ago ho caused n furor
at Itlverhe.td and olsenhcro on I.011K
Island by publlkhlitR a lc"or ' tlla
lltcnso (jiiCBtloiC which was at that
tlnio engrossing (ho attention of the
Iieoplo of RlvcrheJil, which had bten
"drj" for h)cral years. As it ret
Bttlt it be. nine. ."wet" again and It
luj been "wet1; eer sinte.
Uecauso of .his worMng openly
ngali-st "temwrnnee, falsely bo call
ed," there han been constant friction
In tho Rlverhead church While it
large part of the community sup
ported tho mlplster In tho stand ho
took, vomo of his parlshoneis dis
liked the nolorloty brought on tho
church and othero disliked Ills ut
terances on tho liquor n,uMll" N"1
wltlistitndlng, tliero has been no ef
fort to get Dr. .'.aswin to resign and
ho has been successful (n hU church
Dr. Wasson's Letter.
Or. Witvbon eets forth his reasons
for giving up his inlnlsteilul work
nnd tlghtlng tlla prohlbltlonlHts and
othor lompcrauio workers In his let
ter to lllshop llurgeBS, willed fol
lows: "(J race Cjhurili Ilectory,
"lllverhead. I I.. May H. 1910
"The night Ilev. I'rederlck Ilurgess
I). O., lllshop of Long isianii.
"My Oear lllshop: I heiehj ton
der j 011 my resignation of the rec.
torshlp of Oructi Clmrth. Itherhead,
to :slt ffffl on Rep' '"' ' ,",,i,
thl.. Is .1 Mop that I nno "'"
under ccrloua consideration for
Lome months It does not mean thut
I hae le?3 regard for tho Church
or Iter morlc or less appreciation of
ray duty and prhllec8 as her min
ister. On tho louttarj, it Is theso
very coi sldcratloiiB tuitt 11 ro deter
inlulng my tourse that I may servo
tho Church moro crfoetuall) 1 seo
an ampler opportunity than a locnl
pastornto ran afford of pleaching
tho (lospol as this (Jhttrrh lint h ro
eclvrd tho same; and 1 feel that I
nm 'lliorcunlo called.'
"Tho suprtmo Immorality tfint
confronts and threatens (lie Chris
tian Church Iu tjils country Is Hint
wliltjli masks ami iiilHipprosontB It
self under tho gulsn of (hat nomn
wind tempcranio. Tho prohibition
movement is more rinugpious thnn
(omuiertlallsm, for tho latter, at
least, makes no protetisos. if It do
moralizes, It does not decoho,
"Tho poisonous Influence of thin
humbug 'temperance' Is moro disas
trous than that of di;iukcuncss, for
tho latter Is eccu and loathed for
what It Is, wIibio.ih tho prohibition
propaganda parades In Iho lhery of
' Thl., Bl'lirtfJU 'Icmpcrnneo' blura,
not alw.tjs loerlly, our Uinl Jesus
Christ, becauce. In Ills own words,
tie camo 'drinking.' A -ropy of trie
I'ruhtbltionlst, tho officlnl organ of
tho National Prohibition part, is
before me, containing nil editorial
lit this cry strain, the gist of wnlth
Ih that ir .leans did drink wl.ie He
was Ignorant of tho fact thut He
was setting a bad example to ah
future uges! Jesus Christ must sit
at the feet of theso blasphemers to
tuke lessons in good morals! And
these modern scribes and Pharisees
hao the brazen I ervc to call them
seles Christians! Cnlling tho mas
ter of the house llcelzcbtib, how
much more then of his household,
"This Perfidious Crusade.
"This purlldious ciusado 'denies
11 ml, where It tun, tears uway unit
ileutros tho lawful liberty, where
with Christ lmth made us free. Our
own blanch of tho 0110 tin I verc.it
Churru, In agreement with all tho
other ancient divisions of tho same,
expressly and formally places the
wluo rup in tho hands of ocry com
municating member and commands;
Drink this.' Indeed, It looks on this
sacrament as at unco tho consum
mation uud tho wellsprlng of tho
Christian's spiritual tire. Our
church, In so many words, In tho
Calechlsni, touches that wine (and
by analogy other alcoholic beverages
that may bo 110 moro dangerous than
wine) has an cm'ii stranger claim
than that of legitimate Indulgence.
It teaches that wine Is a food: 'Our
bodies arc strengthened and refresh
ed by the bread and wine How
far, or whether at all, tho Individ
ual members of tho Church shall
commonly tibo theso botorages, tho
Church leaves to tho cousclonce and
the good to 11 so of tho member,
"Tho moral lnlluence of this ty
rnnnlcnl, unscripturnl nnd uncjirls
Han'' prohibition propaganda I"
wholly and mnuy-sldejlly linil. Whlto
tho masses of its adherents are tio
doubt lilncejo nnd honest, Its pro
tagonists, as a class, assault all who
differ from them with savngo and
venomous feroclt. They nduilt no
dlftoronio In Judgment. i:eii to
question their wisdom argues moral
deprnlty. In addition, thoy- shm.
der nnd fulslfy. They brpwbeat.
They et wicked traps to entice to
sin. Where they jirovnll, thero bo
Kins an orgy of lijpocrlsy and law
brpaklngr and tho last state of tho
community is worso than the tlrst.
"I believe theio Is a great and
iiigent work tor the Cluin.li uud her
Master to bo douo In oxposlng nnd
riimli.iHiuv thU thiialeui'd iclgn of
torroi. In (his work I propoio to
do my little share by ghlng up my
I whole tlmo to It 1 shall oppose
that menace to, true religion with
poire and pen
Will Write and Speak.
"With my brother I am now col
laborating on a book aiming at once
to expose tho real character of tills
mis-called temperuueo movement and
to show how Intemperance can be
met and overcome, heio a little and
there a little, b) methods that up
piue themselves to tho reason and
liiMide no Inherent rights. 1 am
writing for tho periodical press as
well. And I am prepared to speak
wherever men will listen to the
voice of the Church nnd the messago
of tho everlasting gospel that has
been Intrusted to her cure.
"Henceforth I shall give my time
nnd thought to lighting temporuncej
falsely to-tallnl and advo'-atlng tho
truo temperance, which means mod
el ntlon and self-control. Yours sin
"WILLIAM A. WASSO.NY
lllshop IlurgcsH, at tho hco housn
In Oaidcu City, refused last evening
to comment upon- tho resignation of
Or. Wusson or In say If ho would
mako any comment upon It In lilt ser
mon befora the diocesan convention
Uist night Or. Wasson told a World
lVKirtcr that ho would base his cam '
palgn on the relation of tho church
to temperance. He advanced several
reasons on which ho will urge tho re
peal of tho local option law nnd nsk
for such reforms as ho sax will place
Iho liquor trutllc in the hands of re
spectable pel sons.
Or, Wasson will not preach on till
subject whllo he Is In tho pulpit, but
he will carry on his campaign entire
ly outsldo tho rhurrh. Hu will use
his hnmojJn Mattlck ntT headquarters
Irom whero hu will illstilbutu lltera
turo nml answer cilia to any tun us
wlilc.Ii may ask for his aid,
".Strip prohibition of tho cantlcoul
our robes with which It clothes IIki.1i'
and I venturn to say It will lose thr-o-fourths
of Its present Inllucnco and
iower over the minds of tho people,"
1 aid Or. Wusson. "Tho prohibition ag
itators aro working this religious plea
for nil it Is worth. It has been their
top card all the way tliioufth.
"Tho Prohibitionists prfldatni with
nn nlr of bold confidence, "that their
crusado against rum Is Insed on the
teachings In the lllblc. Now I chargJ
tho Prohibit lonlsts -with either Ignor
nutly or willingly misrepresenting the
teachings of tho llllile- 'in ifits ques
tion of tho use of nicohollr bivcragcs.
"I would remind tho pro'ilbltlonlsts
that tho Illblo condemns liileii'i'x:nuice
In speech its well as In drink'. This
light must bo carried cm hillside the
mum in hut tjiuiiii. .
Local Option a Club. ' '
1 liu iim: II upiliJll nlHUlll ('L'dli'-l n
comllllon of uncertainty. Tlilfi law U,
it club hold over tho bead of every
man cngagrd In business, Tho rcputn ,
bio dealer Is often punished for the
disorderly conduct of tho dlvekecper.
"Tho present tindcncy Is to dlsrour-l
age tho reputable men from selling I
liquor nnd to divert the business Into!
tho hands of Irresponsible nnd lawless'
"Tho law ought to nlm nt tho eleva
tion of Hie business uud tho impiovc
nient of tho personnel.
"I would substllulo for (he Locnl )-
t Ion liw In this Stale local boards ot
commissioners who would have full!
poner to determine whether the uppllt
cant is a tit person to conduct tho"'
liquor business The snle of beer and"
w I tie should be Inrreaseil In this coiiiki
to and no ban should-he placed out
Whiskey, but that drink should not bo
eticuurngcd It should bo Iho duty
every man to iwpularlzo Ihc less hnnii'l
"inebriates should bo placed Iu the, 1
Sute homes. Tho Inslltntlrius lire now
enlpl) becniiso (ho f?tato has no nui
))ldlty to tuko tho drunkards from
their fnmllles. In miny towns therll
are men who should bo litken to tho,?
homes and kept them untjl they nro...
rnrpi! Thn InulllntlnnH tfttuM tint lirt
empt) If this rulo wero rpYiowmL' H
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