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1 THE IiAKB TMBU3JE: MONDAY MOK5H3STG, FEBHUABY 29, 1904. o H
jjjj j J IN AND ABOUT H
Sff ''J TRIBUNE BRANCH OFFICE.
1 1 ies Washington AVC" JS
Si ! BOILERMAKERS' STRIKE.
!? " ' "
m : m the Men in Ogden Shops Lay
j Down Tools.
Vfl t OGDBK. Feb 28-Tho boiler makers'
M i i solute in 0Bctn. Not one of
yMj . qhowcd up for work today, and
Wt e B!2,ri2v2 that tlioy will not take up
Vfl 't'foS S again until their demands arc
K ; ,belrXl with So far as known nothing
nfl ' complied IJ" Indicate whether or not
H l! d?h?l IroU organizations will bo
m ?. At m sympntfiv with the boiler
fM L.ra It Is EJd, however, that the mnt
Bl -n be brought before tho Trades and
Si ?rf .fembly and If the railroad com-
! wJ?q nol comply with their demands
&"otgorSan.atU.s will be called out.
i!TBD3UNE WILL BULLETIN
3JEWS FREE TO OGDEN CITIZEN
' -, residents of Oftfen aro Invited to
1 riiM bulletin boards In front of Tho
I lhn! office 2W Washington avenue.
S? The Trlbime will bulletin all the lm
Stint news of the world every day. and
Ssv particular attention to reports
ilhe Ko-Japnncao war. Tho Trib
Wfcnd'ivor io keep the people of
Srin Dfted on what Is going on
8&o the world, and all, arc invited
o call and take advantage of the oppor-jtalty.
iS'fja ysx Moycr was up froDi Salt Lake on
i?! visit yesterday. . .
X$W John A Lcnyl. deputy Internal revenue
BrSJlfoII'-ctor Is in town.
SlrEoft Stahr Is still in n precarious con
CffiSllSdi?on and It is doubtful If she recovers.
UtJ rmns McCo. tho pugilist. Is In Osdon.
i 'JlAa-J Is preparing to open up a school lor
!;3!i!b'xins in the Boylo block. ....
lit F.orenco Roberts opens a two nights
..il'i-'accmcnt at the Grand tonight In "Sa
- 41 ifio. Tuesday evening she will appear In
'iifl Giownda." ,
m W W Goodrich has been arrested by
IJlll Pol'ctman IV Eurico on tho chargefcot
oUlkll anytiE concealed weapons Ho will havo
Vlin hearing this morning,
I" 111 Tommy Markham. the llcht-wclght pu
$m iCIst, wants a match with Aurelio Hcr
sl Sjja in Ogden and has written to a friend
lldcR aBklnc for a match.
)! INTERMOUNfAIN HUG GETS.
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: Tht Logan Nation has been tran3--3forEfd
Into a German paper.
'i- A. J Bruneau, a well-known citizen of
'1 jlocflc, Is to move to Salt Lake.
Iflii Hoi:. J. G M. Barnes and wife of Kays
IPJ Jr2 leave today on a trip to California,
V- jr Boydon and child havo ro
'jHffl rhnad to Coalvlllo from a. visit with Salt
Uio relatives .
ffi Its University Dramatic club will pre
aSM Kit "A Scrap of Paper" at Tooclo next
BB itarday night.
H I A Los Angeles specialist thinks ho can
Wm toe W H Watt of Halley of his mental
SSH Wccblo In thrco or four months.
3h fcon Pratt aged 25. onu Clara Shields,
&jm tifii tO, of Salt Lake, were granted a mar
iSSn "cense at Farmington last week.
58? f Tia First Baptist church of Laxamlo has
jpM aited a call to Rev. D. W. Griffith of
,V2, Wfcrd, la., and It Is bcllovcd that Mr.
"JSSff CrfTllth will accopL
, S?J Om of the actors of the Farmlngton
1 JEM ftinatlc association vas ko taken up
. S -i tno play the other night that ho
ilWjf .ritntd to Idmse'.f as a woman.
rxLJfcl Soyka or Rlchileld, while eating
VXSgi UtiTaEt, puf a needle in his mouth with
'Njfood. Tho needle lodged In his throat,
latrnng to get Jt out It was broken, and
. ileal containing the eye was stvallowwl.
R Tils is the opinion of the mean editor
H ;etia Rlchileld Reaper: "A girl Isn't half
'- i tfrald to be alone with a man In the
ark is she Is that somebody might turn
' ' A tHr 1,s,,t trom Uie oulsido with one of
k new-fangled, modern lmprove-
EEHm i At the Red Men's masquerade nt Blng
1 3 prizes were awarded as follows: For
.Ina,an costumes, to Mrs. Emma
IMYM won and f'rank Bcmls; for best w.Utz
ri lb XS 3Ilsa iauJ Roberts and Has
- . FSb"i; for best sustained characters.
Xjjqeii pllre. A. Arden and William Simmons!
;3iiltalCLd Advocate lias thlB dramatic
5,1 tfUcIsm: "We helievo Mr Hutchison
riMti !ftta ralst'lI:c In permitting members
;t company to throw out such ulur-
- rTE,re?ir.kl1 10 thc,r audience as Uicy did
"5i hfJMl11111 tbuy were here. In somo
1 fy would Iwtvo been made targets
J 13,1 driven to shelter by a volley of
mlti(tt'clrevnic Uem ln Davln County
llir .r'f3,73 ' He telephoned: 'Too sick to
illLII&' ".V11 Von- darling, to tho show.'
X Mil, I r!?7 us,nK t3"3 telephone he felt
llE m r and nL alone. When at tho
3It4 .J? a?,t0 a Uow t0 eco bis girl
- i51L7Mi0the.l bcau- We thlnk lbc match
lilS n.i.br0UKh 'tween 'faithful' Evo
-'Slj D0or olck' Lew."
5" ' SIL0?,ltcJ? In the Rlchflold Reaper
Mr- Dr,own o Salt Lalce Is in
'lifc; tWs 57Ce,t examining Uio condi
11 I 1111 clcctric plant and water sys
SsL. .ih0. lown- Aacr an investigation
'JMH. located,a site and made the Town
aaProi?sltlon, and the matter Is now
ge . consiacrailon. Mr. Brown slates
nS receiving a lot of encourage
T from private citl2CIls.,
JuSaLtol6 "i11 ?ru.dc of Chicago, who has
IfllflOHEtt' ?, i fc . Ilvo 6u,nDier3 n her
llWHRpT J nrc,T enatern Idaho, Is to
3RlS ffi ?vCril a ,edMng member
fltf iKPft Kw2 '.. S". Tru(3e' an eminent Chl
dM1 HiRV'iuVnli' wh0 s.t-end? much time
TOtH? d mr ,m hl3 Idall property.
Uvlftil Wn ?n'- Kern Ioo Hho was
fffll!5lfrtenwn ahc "a-ted from school
6UJiKirS?n,hll) rlDCnctl '"to lovo and their
"Krk ? T;'as e,xlcctctl. when suddonly
n , ,uarrc1' lt ls 3ald. and parted.
i,iii?Sty eprrespondent of the Flll-llgbpf'Ksresa-Rcvlew
says: -The first
rl?3h iSL nt ( Jonh- multiply and re-
.V l!tem1n,illltl sreateaf reverenco for.
WtTain mClne lh0 Sa"bath day holy
hot-others, arc observed by only a
h ,k5SS.tlt?1 how dry tho winters nor
I hlt v olnc ! thcr, ,a always somo-
1 w ?JK5raai woiid " C craJratlon
. bvltei Utah". AVhlch h,ld ,wc
(3 1?l1n an?,keblnto the driveway of
JSd Will JanlrihiAUred Abridge.
glfm !o urJoVrt iv Glb,l'ons W'1'" attcmpt--Urklf
nhl arilm. by raising U
ift1 Hief h0 or, 1110 bolster stakes.
Tflhtfw &chw Vh c Ul? olltor bon,! aD0Ut
iflljSln?0 aaW d,Sl-
WPWk han DoyI Chrlutcnsen of
, US, saiR ;hn tw.1" "an'w esc-ipe from
IV TBbiiu Sir lound aoi"e very Hinall
JB?Mri JhJ.?" tt:'ouna the 'house
frffa! Hi ",U.r"r.tw"aft? t'ed during her
' IW?5' TI iitfuho plV.3. eonlalncd rank
934 wa?'ow!!i 0Ue' thlnkln:r they were
.rlKlt inteli0tnStj!1 J-v-' anl dlscovorod
tSP'CtN, K L ,a' Uml heW It on her
lESly For tShHr ,no,lher. saying It
- lEin "whV? i hi mo lh0 mother had
A lfctte t e lbt?1Ll Wori-'' Inavm-y
1 11 iWp Ftomr.r.H bc,ca! very aid: and
T U 85 " rriIed to three times
1 V M-tie lliii,,,. nd a dth otaro camo
.ttllWK.!l cSmmil2 ''d,v!,nt the baby had
U mh uoc!c th0 ,,c.xt morning
,.3?o-" Jn ecttlns her out of
AN0THER PIONEER GONE.
William Simons, a Hand-Cart Vet
eran, Dies at Lehi Ho Was Also
a Blackhnwk War Veteran.
(Special to Tho Tribune.) '
,'KAU' &m'i --Another of Ihl's early
settlors. MUIam Simons, has gono to his
Inst reward, having been a suirerer from
asthma for a number of years. He camo
to Utah in 1S5, walking from the Mis
souri riyjr, puahlng a hand cart In com
pany with a number of other emigrants.
Later he mado several trips to the Mis
souri rlvor with ox teams to assist other
emigrants to Utah. i
lie was a Black Hawk veteran, serv
ing under Snulrc Wells at Rlchileld. Mr.
Simons w lwrn Inj Mnnslleld, Sussex.
Kngland, March 2u, ITio funeral will
bo held Monday at i o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Smith, who were
married last Wednesday at Wlllard. are
visiting friends hi Lehl. and last evening
w-cre tendered a reception at the resldcnco
of Hyrum Smith. Tho groom ls a popu
ar railroad man of Juab and the bride
s ono of AMUard's most popular younc
ladles, and was formerly MlS3 Mary A.
AVood worth. '
Judge Kendall had a busy week dis
posing of criminal cases. Edward Har
rison nnd George Wnnlass were fined 25
each for stealing three chickens, tho
property of. William Ball. William Mur
dock was fined J2.60 for assaulting Frank
Roberts wllh a billiard cue, nnd Elgin
Bonl was fined $16 for making an assault
on Jay Smuln with a carving knife. All
paid tholr lines, thus replenishing tho city
treasury to tho extent of JG7.E0.
l)r. George L. Stoohey returned this
week from a thrco weeks' visit to Tooele
county, during which time he married
Mrs. Annie M. Marshall. The popular
young couple will make Lehl their home.
lion. George Austin has relumed from
n trip to the Big Horn (Wyo.) conn trv.
Ho reports the district an Ideal farming
proposition, and as soon as more families
are located there It will bo an Ideal laco
tlon for a beet suear factory. They havo
plenty of land and an abundance of wa
ter. The climate will permit of tho grow
ing of n great variety of fruits, includ
in peaches, though thd climate Is rather
moro rigorous than that of Utah.
Superintendent Ball of the Lower Mam
moth ls In Lehl for a few davs, looking
after his business Interests.
. George L. Schow, who has. boon absent
the past two years ln the Solkhern States,
Is home again. Mr. Schow was first
counselor to young Crosbv. who met with
an unhappy end while returning home.
While Mr. Crosby was a bright and Jo
vial companion, he nt times showed a
suicidal turn of mind, but his friends
never cxncctcd to sec it develop so Xa
tally. Dr. W. M. Stookey. assisted by Drs.
Steele and Noyes. this week performed a
most dellcato operation on Mrs. Louisa
Peterson, removing from her neck, close
to the Jugular vein, one large and five
small tumors. Tho operation wna highly
successful and tho lady will eoon have
John P. Bradshaw ard A. R. Bennett,
with their families, will removo to Ma
grath, Canada, next Monday, whero they
have extensive ranching Interests. Mr.
Bradshay returned from Canada a few
days ago and reports tho stock as having
done exceptionally well the past winter,
it having been necessary to feed but a
email percentage of them.
Sheriff Harmon and Assistant Countv
Attorney Robert Anderson wcro In Lehl
yesterday, nnd promlso somo stnrtllng
news for local people In a fow days.
James Jacobs. Isaac Sabey and Berg
Elllngson of Magrath. Canada, who have
been spending tho winter ln lx;hl, will
return to tho Dominion In a few days.
MR, MURBOCK SURPRISED.
Outgoing Postmaster at Logan Pleas
antly Remembered, on His Fifty
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
LOGAN, Feb. 2S. Postmaster Robert
Murdock was very pleasantly surprised
this morning upon arrival at the postofflcc.
Tho employees of tho office, had all assem
bled, the occasion bolng the anniversary of
the birth of Mr. Murdock. and the day
preceding his letlrcment from office An
all-around hearty handshake was Indulgod
In, after which the following document,
together with a handsome cane, was hand
ed the retiring postmaster:
"United States Postofflce, Logan, Cache
county, State of Utah. February S, 1S0I.
"Robert Murdock, Logan, Utah Dear
Brother: On this, the llfty-first anniver
sary of your birth, and upon your retire
ment as postn aster of this clly, we, tho
employees of the Logan postofflcc, present
you with this small token of remembrance
of our pleasant associations together while
laboring ln this office. May this cane bo
a substantial support to you during your
Journey through life, and may you live to
enjoy many happy rc-tunni of your birth
day, Is tho earnest wish of us all. Jos. F.
Squires, assistant postmaster; T. A Thorc
sen, dispatcher; L. C. McAUster, general
delivery clerk; Ezra O. Smith, general
utility clerk; Josoph Morgan, carrier, Jo
seph M. Zundel, carrier: Leo Squires. Jani
tor: W. Q. Anderson, mall messenger."
The cane was a beautiful ebony stick,
gold-mounted, bearing the Initials "II. M.,'"
with tho following Inscription: "Presented
by Employees 'Logan P. O. Feb 2S, 'M."
.Mr. Murdock was thoroughly surprised,
and could hardly control his feelings ln
accepting the gilt.
Robert Murdock Is one of tho oldest Re
publicans In tho county, nnd has been a
hard worker, a firm believer, and an ar
dent supporter of Republican principles
ever slnco 'hi division on party lines. In
the days of Democratic ascendency ln our
county, when men weakened and went
with the multitude, he never wavered, and
he would havo been found battling for tho
triumph of the grand old party had he
been alone Ho is one of the few mun whu
have received recognition for his valuable
services, having been appointed postmas
ter four years ago by President McKInley.
During his incumbency In office he has
proven himself capable of performing tho
duties of the samo and has reflected credit
upon hlmsolf and constituents. He ls a
firm believer ln the principle of rotation
In office, and turns the office over to his
successor, Joseph Odcll. tomorrow with
good feelings and best wishes for his suc
cess, the success of tho orflec and tho Rc
AT THE HOTELS.
YcHtcrdav'B arrivals at the Ctillen were:
P. U. McKoan, Mllford; Mrs. Minerva
White. Miss Persia White. Pueblo, Colo.:
Walter James. Black Rock; J. 1. Mon
tague, leadvllle, Colo.: C. P. Parkard,
Mammoth; IX; A. Rcavlll. Rock Springs,
Wvo.; E. Tudox, Pocatello; John Stanc,
Central City, Neb.; J. J. Lundburg, Idnho
Falls; II. C. Lawrancc. W. II. Edwards,
1.. IS. Richardson. II. G. Mooro, Denver;
J. P. McAulllT. Chicago.
NEW WILSON' EUROPEAN.
Arrivals at tho Now Wilson European
ycKlordav were: F. W. Hathway, U. S.
N.; A. Graebcr, Kentucky; S. W. Galla
chor, San Francisco. W. L. Blersach,
Provo; E, E. Spauldlng. Minneapolis; S.
W. Tullfora. Kentucky: W. A. Thnrp.
Soattle; D. E. Webster. Denver; Thomas
J. Llppcrt, Park City; William S. Marks.
Tooele; Richard Gcmenwny, Stockton; A.
E. Packard, Sprlnvllle; D. J. LInday, E.
L. Andrews. A. E. Osborne, Chicago; P.
IX Jones. Duluth; Waller Smith, Colo
rado; J. C. AVeeter. Pocatello: Miss Sydor
gard. Miss Smoot, R. W. Sloan. Ogdon;
James Tugglo and wife, Gallatin; Fred
Klrby. St. Joseph. Richard S- Davis
Evorly la , Miss Helen McMannis, Miss
Rose Gllmore, Boise.
1 , TRIBUNE BUREAU, j
S Murray King, Correspondent a
NEW YORK BONANZA.
Preparing to Make Its Second Ship
mentDaly West to Shut Down a
Fev7' Days for Repairs.
PARK CITY. Feb. iS.-Tho New Tprk
Bonanza company Is preparing to mako
lis second shipment of ore. A considera
ble quantity of good material Is plied up
at the mine, and , Is continually being
augmented by additions from tho vein In
the west drlt. It is understood that this
shipment will consist of one carload, and
teams will bgln hauling the ore to the
station tomorrow. A New York Bonanza
stockholder said this morning that the
recent shipment netted J-IW per car.
DALY WEST LAY-OFF.
.T?le yj11 army of workmen employed
at tho Daly West mlno will receive a tem
porary lay-off. beginning March IsL The
shut-down will last several days, nnd will
be for the purpose of repairs: During tho
interim tho engines arc to uo thoroughly
overhauled and the cable Is to be put ln '
llrst-clas.s shape, and all necessary re
pairs and cleaning up will be mado in
connection with all the machlncrv and
appurtenances of the property. .Several
hundred men altogether will take a sev
eral days' rest. l
NOTE. AND PERSONAL.
Alice, tho fourteen-months-old daughter
of Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Smith of Em
plro canyon, died at .1 o'clock this morn
ing oi whooping cough.
H. Carter and wife of Padcnvllle. Or.,
arrived at the Park yesterday. Mr Car
ter has purchased the Central lodging
house irom Fred Johnson and took
E. IT. Stout left for the capital last
Mlko Fitzgerald was among the out
going passengers ycnterdtty.
G. C. Charlton went down to Salt Lako
George Johnpon wont to Salt Lake last
evening to visit with his mother.
A. Efting visited Salt Lako last night.
Hugh Kllhcnny was among tho outgoing
Engineer PIpo of the Silver King Con
solidated left for the capital last night.
Tom Drew and wife returned from their
visit to Eurea this morning.
Miss Minnie Kcrvln left for Salt Lake
F. L. Davis returned from Salt Lake
Miss Sadio Rasband returned from Salt
Superintendent J. A. Klrby of tho Daly
West arrived this morning from Salt
DEATH 0F MRS. BORIUS.
One of the Oldest of the Pioneers of
Sanpete County Her Long Life
and Good Works.
(Special to The Tribune.)
EPHRAIM, Feb. 25. Mrs. Ellen Gerena
Dorlus, widow of tho lato Bishop C. C. N.
Dorius, died at her homo ln this city at 1
o'clock this morning. Tho cause of her
death was Inflammation of the kidneys and
Mrs. Dorlus was born ln Rcsor, Norway,
April 10, 137, and at the tlmo of her
death was 67 years of age. She wna con
verted to Mormonlsai ln ISoJ, and two
years later emigrated from her natlvo
home to America.
The deceased was married to Bishop C.
C. N. Dorius whllo on board the good ship
Westmorland, which carried a large num
ber of the earliest pioneers of tho Stalo to
America. From Iowa City Mr. and Mrs.
Dorlus mado their way across tho conti
nent with the sturdy hand-cart company,
having to walk a distance of 13CO miles to
Salt Iike. They arrived In tho State In
1S57 nnd spent the winter ln Salt Lake
Early ln the spring of 1S58 a call was
made for settlers to rciiove to this coun
ty. Mr. and Mrs. Dorlus were among those
called, and they arrived at Ephralm to
make their permanent home In the Month
of April of tho same year. The deceased
took an active part ln tho treaties with
the Indians nnd has assisted greatly ln
tho development of tho county.
Mrs. Dorlus was one of the llrst presi
dency of the Relief society organized In
this city ln the early p'oneor days. At tho
time of her death she was president o
the Relief society of Ephralm South ward,
a position which she had held almost con
tinuously slnco the society's organization.
For seven years sho was president of the
primary associations. Tho deceased was
a. noble character, generous and sympa
thetic, and always working for the good
of the community. Her Tiany acts of
kindness and self-sacrillco for the welfare
of the people aro known throughout the
county. She was a devout member of tho
Latter-day Saints church, and remained
faithful to her religious convictions. The
deceased leaves a eon, a sister and a host
of friends to mourn their loss.
Funeral services will be held at tho Tab
ernacle Wednesday at 1 o'clock.
After the grip, or othor porlous illness,
Hood's Sar3aoarllla Is tho medicine to
take to restore tho appetlto and strength.
A HELPFUL SNOW.
It Camo When the Ground Was Just
Right-Strike in Little Chief .
(Special to Tho Tribune.)
PAYSON, Feb. 23 One of the bent snow
storms of tho season visited this section
last night. A full six Inches of tho beau
tiful fell, and was very welcome. The
ground was In Hue condition when the
snow came, as the frost was nil out of It
nnd lhe molsturo went right Into the earth.
Ever thing points to a prosperous year
down here. , ,
Quite a number of our people are feel
ing jubilant over the report of a atrlko In
the Little Chief mining property at Eure
ka. Quite a block of tho stock Is owned
In Payson. , , .,
Walter Henry put men lo work on the
pipe lino which ho contracted last fail to
lav. again Saturday. This line will fur
nish water for somo of out business houses
and also somo residences. Theni aro two
lines of this class laid ln town and aru
giving satisfaction to their owners.
One of tho largest social gatherings that
has been 3cen ln Payson in u long time
wus tho Nebo slake Sunday-school offi
cers and teachers' reunion and social.
Among tho visitors from other stakes
present were Elders L. John Ntittal and
Horace Cummlng of the general Sunday
school union board of Salt Lako. Elder L
E EKKcrtsen, superintendent of Sunday
schools of Utah stake, who took part dur
ing the evening. An cxcollent programme
and picnic was Interspersed with dancing,
and all prccent had a pleasant time All
the surrounding towns of this atako wcro
Interest ln tho mining properties near
Santaquin ls still very lively. All ownora
are preparing for a thorough campaign of
explorations in the spring and this section
may soon have something of a substantial
nature iri tho mining line.
Bears the j4 8 Kind Yo'J HaT0 A,A:3J3 BoD1
OR. BEJ. YOUNG
New Pastor of tho First Methodist
Church Is Greeted by Large
Rev. Benjamin Young, the ncwly
clccted pastor of the First -Methodist
church, wan greeted by large audiences
at both the morning and evening ser
vices of his church yesterday. From the
arter-romarkn and smiling countenances
of all jirercnt, lt was evident that the
new pastor had made a most pleasing
Impression upon his new Hock. He la a
ready speaker, a logical and sound
thinker, and possesses a voice of excep
tional clearness and feejlng.
At the morning services he took for
his theme. "The Problem "of Jetms
Chrl3t." Ills text waf, "What think ye
of Christ?" His remarks on this sub
ject were In part as follows:
"The ideal of Christianity challenges
thought. Religion being what It is,
this can scarcely bo . otherwise. The
principles which are at the baste of the
Christian system force themselves Into
our thinking. Jesus Christ ls a sure
fact in history, it Is scarcely necessary
to fortify the statement as to the 'his
toricity' of the master, because few
deny lt lt ,is supported by the hlsto
rlana and saiirkoln of Rome and by the
statements of the early fathers of the
church. Back of the Ideal Christ ls the
living, real Christ. Rosseau, the bril
liant Frenchman. a predated the force
of thly argument, for he once said that
'the goppel bears marks of truths fo
great, to striking, so perfectly Inimitable
that the Inventor of such would be
more astonishing than the hero.' And
John Stewart Mill confessed that In the
same thought there was much that baf
fled him. It Is easy lo solve the prob
lem of Shakespeare and Bacon when
you remember the laws dominating lit
erary development. But you cannot ac
count for Jesus Clyrlst ln the samo way
as you account for literary genius, be
cause he sprang out of the heart of a
dying nation and from the remote prov
ince of an empire, the most corrupt
which the world haa perhaps seen. Then
again, this sinless Ideal, and this con
ception of sinlesshess Is unique ln his
tory. It was not evolved out of con
temporary life. There ls nothing like It
ln the philosophy of Greece. And ro this
question can only be answered with the
affirmation of the real loving Christ
back of lt.
"The foundations of our religion are
not based upon myth nor Imposition nor '
upon imaginative enthusiasm. It Is
preposterous to suppose that the whole
superstructure of our religion Is thus'
based. Thut Jesus Christ was pre-eminently
sane Is revealed In his doctrine,
his parables and his life. The parable
of the prodigal son and the good- Samari
tan and the talents are not the offspring
of a disordered, nor a fanatical Imagina
tion. "Jesus Christ was a complete, sym
metrical, universal man. He Is a man
type. The great men of the ages have
been sectional men men gathering un
to themselves the forces of their own
times. Such men were Mohammed and
Socrates, and even Luther, the father of
Protestant revelation. The last-named
was a tremendous force, but he was'
German In his .thinking and Saxon ln
all his theology. But Jesus Christ is a
typo of all and is an ideal man every
where. "He was marvelous ln his work, great
ln his doctrine. Incomparable In his in
struction. It was a tremendous toclal
truth that he taught when he said- 'God
was the Father of all men.' And the
correlative truth of the brotherhood
has been an efficient factor in modern
progress. It is said that Phidias carved
his own Image Into the shield of the
statue of Minerva, so that to destroy
the Image would mean to destroy the
statue. Take the Christ Influence, the
Christ doctrine out of our civilization
and you would mar Its fabric and make
it a prey for the despollcr.
"Jesus Christ was marvelous In his
love because he could reach out fo far
and down so deep. It ls suggested by
the anguish through which he passed
at Gethsemane and Calvary reveals lt.
Jesus Christ has an Incomparable In
fluence among the scientists-' such as
Calvin. Young the famous astronomer.
Guillen the great evolutionist, Asa
Gray, Drummond and scores of others.
His influence ls second to none among
the philosophers. Kant, the father of,
modern philosophy, held himself to be
a mere bungler, interpreting the Chrlf-t
work as best he could. The great poet3
of the world have come to the Christ
with their sinking robes about them.
Dante. Goethe, Shakespeare, Browning,
and our own great American poets, have
acknowledged the mastership of the one
Nazarene. The great artists have re
ceived their inspirations from what Je
sus put Into ilfe. The frescoes and
ceilings and canvases are so rich be
cause the geniuses In are have burned
with loyalty to their Lord. Surely the
one who could Invent so much from
the world's Intellect and draw s-o much
upon the world's heart Is none othei
than the divine Christ. In fact, it seems
to me thai there ls but ono colutlon to
the problem of Christ the afllrmation
of the divine son-ship and the recogni
tion of tho fact that he is tho sent-of-the-Father
and the Redeemer of the
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Contracted Disorders What " Weakness " is and VARICOCELE.
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