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The Secret of
By REV. LEW W. GOSNELL
Assistant Dean, Moody Bibi?
T13XT.-Therefore, my brethren dearly
beloved and longed for, in y Joy and crown,
so stand fast In the Lord, my dearly be
Mr. William Jennings Bryan is as
well known, we presume, ns tiny man
in public life to
day. Many hon
ors have come to
bim and, above
all, be bolds the
respect of many
who do not agree
with bis opinions.
He stated recently
that his greatest
Joys bad not been
found in cornice
lion with bis pub
mWJk jffimli lie Ilfti 1,1 tne 1>""
litical arena, but
rather In those episodes in which be
bad been able to strengthen the re
ligious faith and deepen the religious
life of his fellows.
How comforting that the humblest
tun shu re with bim this greatest of all
joys! Tho Apostle rani's heart was
thrilling with kt when hu addressed the
Philippians us Iiis "joy and crown."
Those whom be (md helped on tho road
to God were his Joy and will bo his
Tani also speaks of these converts ns
his "brethren.' It will he recalled thill
when ibo church at Philippi was found
ed (Acts Kl), lhere wer? gut herod to
gether in tts fellowship such a varied
Company as Lydia, the well-to-do Asi
atic; the Greek skm? girl, out of whom
a demon was cast; and I he rude
Roman Jailer. Vet these were made
one in Christ, and to these it might
have been sahl: "There is neither .Jew
nor Greek, there is neither bond nor
free, Hiere is neither male nor female;
for ye are all one in Christ Jesus."
Verily, the world knows of no brother
hood like unto this !
To l'util Uiesc brethren were "dearly
beloved ami longed for." True broth
erly love seems lacking at times
among Christians. Yet many bear
witness that times of?4estlng manifest
the fact that this affection is real and
ls deeper than the Hes of social rela
tionship, or even of blood.
Years ago there lived In England a
poor rector of a country parish. Ills
Income was so monger that lt seemed
necessnry for him to take another
church, and be was packing up bis ef
fects, preparatory to moving. But bis
poor parishioners gathered "hb?mt bim
and entreated him to stay with them.
He could -not resist their pleadings and
told them he would remain, oven
though penury stared bim in Ibo face.
That night John Fawcett wrote:
Blest ho the tlc that hinds
Our hearts in Christian love:
The fellowship of kindred minds
Is like lo that above.
We sh aro our mutual woes,
Our mutual burdens bear;
And often for each other Howe
The sympathetic tear.
To these "brethren dearly beloved
and hinged for," Paul writes concern
ing their standing fast. He knew too
well that Satan would seek to over
throw their faith and crush ?mt their
spiritual lift;. This enemy of souls ls
.still actively engaged in this business,
and Paul's words of counsel are as full
of vital Interest today as when they
What a stimulus Is found in the fnct
that we are all, by faith, "in the Loni."
Being thus, we may hope to "stand
fast." However, lt will he necessary
to live in the experience of this fnct
if we are to have actual victory over
Charles Simeon of Cambridge, the
great preacher and teacher, lived a
wondrously beautiful und useful Chris
tian life. Much of the secret was
found In the fact that he would arise
early of mornings and pace to and fro
on the roof of his chamber, holding
communion with God. Tims be lived
In the realization of the fact that ho
was "in Hit! Lord," and thus be was
able to "stand fast."
It is somewhat didicult to find the
connection of the word "so" In tho
phrase, "so stand fast In tho Lord."
lt seems to go back to the preceding
chapter, where Paul has ticen exhort
ing these? Christians to forget the
things1 behind, and, like runnels In a
race, to press toward the mark for tho
prize of their high calling. Hence, lt
appears, there is a difference between
standing fast and sinnding Still. Just
as thc rider on a bicycle ls assured of
stead lust ness only by making prog
ress, so tho Christian who would
"stand fast" must "press toward tho
But we must not overlook Ibo word
"therefore," with which the (ext be
gins. Wherever God bas a "therefore"
Ile has a "wherefore." In this In
stance it is found in the verses Imme?
dlately preceding (8:20, 21): "For
our conversation ls in heaven ; from
whence also we look for Ibo Savior,
the Lord Jesus Christ ; win? shall
change our vile body, that lt may be
fashioned like unto His glorious body,
according to the working whereby Ile
is able even lo subdue all things unto
Himself. Therefore, my brethren dear?
ly beloved and longed for, my Joy and
crown, so stand fast "In the Lord, my
Every word you niter wings its way
to tho throne of doti, and ls to affect
the condition of your soul forever.
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SLEEVELESS ATTIRE IS NEW
Forerunners of Latest Decree of Fash
ionableness Are Making Debut
In Big City Shops.
To bo garbed In sleeveless attire,
yet completely sleeved, ls thc newest
prerogative of feminity, paradoxical
though lt may scorn.
Tho forerunners of this latest de
cree of fashionableness for summer
?ind autumn, milking their debut In
big city shops, ure so pleasing thnt
they promise to luke with a furore that
should undoubtedly curry the vogue
with genuine popularity over Into the
Just now this vogue finds Its most
interesting outlet In sport nttlre of
fabrics mode up Into garments for all
the activities of the out-of-door days.
The woman golfer was the first to
value the sleeveless coat and sweater
for Its indispensable comfort (ind free
dom, and this season the designers are
giving her wonderfully woven ones of
silk and Wool In the vivid contrasting
stripes that add a most delimit ful blt
of brilliant coloring to the links.
Chiffon alpaca ls predicted for some
thing of n Kensal Ion-creator In sport
garments. It might he termed the
"hot-weather tweed." Tweed, ac
cepted as lt ls os the aristocrat of
sport materials, ls Impossible for real
summer dnys, lind chiffon airmen will
very likely assume Its place for warm
weather. Another feature In Its favor
ls its nomcrushnblcness, which gives
lt superiority over linen.
a vy service
' styles and sites
r Price on a
Continuing even Into the held of
lesa strictly sport garments, this mode
of sleevelossness will be s-vm In sep
arate coats of worsted Jersey, froekB
of alpaca In sport colors, linen frocks,
homespun frocks nnd the supremely
satisfactory ensemble suit dress and
cont combination of Imported tweeds
Now. the equestrienne, who ls per
haps thc most insistent on smartness
of attire of all sport lovers, ls seizing
upon the. sleeveless cont Idea as a find
worth having and holding, and ts keep
ing a close second on the. geifern lu
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NEW THINGS m NEEDLEWORK
Tapestry Embroidery Affords Winsome
Decorations Similar to Those of
Tapestry embroidery, the very some
work our grandmothers did ns girls,
ls one of the newest things In needle
work. It is worked on tho soft Alda
canvas or on the coarse weave con
gress canvas, and ls done with silk
or wool yarn and a tnpestry noodle.
If the work ls to he done In cross
stitch work the Alda canvas ls the
better. For other tapestry stltchos tho
congress Is preferred.
Any diet lace pattern may be done
In tnpestry os well as the many pat
terns designed for the work itself.
Cross stitch ls really the simplest
method and the artistic effect depends
only on having tho "top" threads of the
little X which fills every square mesh
of the canvas nm In the same direc
Chairs may be upholstered with
tapestry pieces, scarfs and pillows,
runners and panels, nnd even dress
trimming may be made on the tap
Jeweled ornaments cntcb up rho
draperies of dance frocks. Turquolso
cnbochln surrounded with brilliants
or cameos are particularly fashionable
for this purpose. The new corsets are
designed to give an absolutely flat
back, but are slightly higher over the
bust and the sides curve Inward a
trifle. Rieck silk jersey corsets are
extremely ptpulur with Parisiennes
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RELIGIOUS WORKERS EXPECT ?
A Great Time nt Rluo Ridge, N. C.?
During Week in August.
York, S. C., July li.-Religious
workers who want a little refresh
ment, bolh in body and spirit, uro to
have opportunity to get it during the
week of August 2? to Sept. 1.
The occasion will bo tho holding
of the Southern Training School for
Christian Leadership, at Blue Hidge,
N. C., which is being promoted by
the State Sunday school Associations
of South Carolina, Kentucky, Ala
bama, Teiinessoe, Florida and Geor
gia. This is the first year for this
training school, which promises to
become au annual institution and to
grow into one of the greatest insti
tutions of its kind in the country.
Thinking mon and women who are
deeply interested in the promotion
of Christian i ty are realizing more
fully every day that one of the great
est needs in the work is more thor
oughly trained teachers.
Some of the most noted Christian
teachers in the country are to be
at Hine Ridge as instructors at tho
training school. Among them will be
Dr. George Lang, professor ol' phi
losophy and English Bible at tin? Uni
versity of Alabama. Ile is to lecture
on the socio 1 teachings of Jesus. Dr.
Plato T. Durham, of Emory Univer
sity, is Ui lecture on '"Messages of
Jesus to MIMI ol' To-day."
A South Carolina woman is to In
struct in parliamentary law. Mrs.
Rufus Fant, of Anderson, past pres
ident of tho state Federation of Wo
men's Clubs, is lo give a series of
lectures on "Parliamentary Law.''
Dr. John E. While, president of
Anderson College, has consented to
give a short course on tin; "Muster
Other teachers on the Southern
Training School "faculty" will in
clude Dr. M. A. Mouline, of Chicago;
Kev. Geo. A. Joplin, of Louisville;
President W. J. McGlothlln, of Fur
man University, Greenville; Dr. S.
C. Mitchell, professor of history at
Richmond College, Richmond, Va.;
Dr. W. I). Weatherford, of Hine
Ridge, president of the Southern Col
lege of Y. M. C. A. and of Blue Ridge
Association. There are a long list of
Only two hundred students can be
accommodated this flrst year. This
means an average of only thirty-three
for each of the six States included.
The ?est h $30.00 for Hie ten days,
and cf tbi? amount $fi IH for program
fee nn'tt $'2t for board iud 'edging.
In or let lo bo sine of aceo. i m oda-J
lions, it is necessary io send in your
reservation willi $5 program fee at
once to Leon C. Palmer, General Su
perintendent, Spar tan burg, s. C.
According to Supt. Palmer, a
special' reduced rate of one and one-,
half fare has been secured. This rato j
is available only to those securing
application blanks from Mr. Palmer!
at Spar tan burg. j
Blue Ridge, X. C., is one of those
places where one can enjoy the open
air and the open sky and be glad one j
is living, lt is right up in the beauti
ful Land of the Sky, just eighteen i
miles from Asheville, and two and a !
half miles from Black Mountain, N. j
C., which is the railroad station.
Mino Ridge owns 1,351 acres of
forest land, a'nd its own electric
plant, with ample hot and cold wa
ter, sewerage disposal plant, steam
laundry, pressing equipment, book
store, barber shop, soda fountain, a
garage, telephone and telegraphic
service, trained nurses, etc.
Located In tho heart of the rug-j
ged mountains of Eastern America,'
it has an elevation of 2,700 feet. The
only mosquitoes the natives ever saw
were pictures of them.
'Ibero is plenty of fishing. The
mountain trout ure .strong for hooks
in August and September, ?ind ac
cording to the officials of the train
ing school tho daily program ls ?3
arranged thal lhere is plenty of time
for fishing and lr imping and all that
sort of thing.
"lt is a wonderful opportunity for
both vacation and training this idea
of Ibo Southern Training School for
Christian Leadership." said fl promi
nent State Sundiy school worker the
other day in dHeu.'tung it. "Il is thc
greatest opportunity that bax pre
sented itsolf for years."
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Ashtabuln, Ohio, July 7. Six au
tomobile bandits robbed tho Minion
Nat" tal Banu of Ash labu la Harbor,
three miles from here, at 12.30 to
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their escapo after firing several shots
ut citizens in tho street.
A girl employee of tho hank, with
n revolver pointed at her faco, prcss
nd a burglar alarm with her foot,
which frightened tho robbers, who
(led, leaving about $15,000 In cur
rency untouched In ono of thc cages.
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Carl Grolmuuui Cost Lifo in a Vain
FIVOH. to Suv?' Voung Nephew*
Charleston, July ti.-Tho first
drowning of thu .season ut Sullivan'*-;
island occurred yesterday morning
when Carl Grohmann, 2-1 years ol
age, and Carl .McCoy, 7 years old, of
Aiken, losl their lives off .Station 22,
in the undertow, the little hoy hav
ing gotten beyond his depth, in the
grip of the strong current, and Mr.
Crohniann perished while attempt
ing to rescue the child. They hud
gone out for a dip at about S o'clock
and wore ti considerable distance
from tho beach, when the accident
happened, being beyond the reach of
rescue. Coast-guardsmen, as soon as
notified, hastened to the Bcono and
dragged for tin; bodies, but failed to
find them sifter several hours of ef
fort. lt is feared that the current
swept the bodies out to sea.
About, three weeks ago Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. C. rob in a nu, of Aiken, with
their son, ('arl (?lohmann, ?md two
grandsons, one of whom was Carl
McCoy, came to Sullivan's Island for
the season, occupying a cottage near
the Atlantic Leach Hotel. The fam
ily is prominent, at Aiken.
Carl (?rohmann was ti veteran of
tho World War.
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side thc throat comhincd with tho healing effect of
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Cotton Warehouse at Vance H nins.
Vance, S. C., July C.. During a
thunder storm Friday night light
ning struck the large cotton ware
house belonging to G. M. Norris,
setting it on fire. Ref ore tho blazo
was discovered it bad made such
headway and nothing could be done
to check its spread. The building
and contents wore destroyed, with
the exception of six balea of cotton.
Resides the 250 bales stored In the
building Mr. Norris also lost a grain
thresher and limo spreader. This
machinery and tho warehouso wO?u
not insured, but tho cotton was fully
protected by tho State Warehouso
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Starving Indiana Kat Human KloshT
Kort M CM ur ray, Alberta, Canada,
.Inly 7.- 'Canadian mounted polieo
left boro to-day to Investigate- tho re
ports that starving indians in thu
Caribou tribe have been eating hu
man ilesh. Tile report slates that,
human bones were found, showing
evidences of cannibalism.
A few years ago, ollicials state,
Caribou WCro so plentiful that the In
dians ale only the tongues of (he ani
mals, which I hey held as a delicacy.
They slaughtered (he animals hy Ibo
thousands. The prophecy was made
at that Hmo by ollicials of the Cana
dian province that the caribou would
soon disappear and starvation would
be facing tho aborigines.
johnson Not Wanted in Jersey.
New York, July C.. - Jack Johnson,
who will bo released from Leaven
worth penitentiary next. Saturday,
will not box In Now Jersey while tho
present State Commission is in of
fice, Chairman 'Robert H. Doherty
stated boro to-day when told of re
ports that attempts will bo made to
match Johnson with Harry Willis in
a Jersey City ring next month. "Tho
commissioners are in office to pro
mito and protect tho boxing gamo
in the State," Chairman Doherty de
clared, "and bcliovo that tho appear
ance of Johnson there would bo de
rogatory to tito sport."
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