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Vh, PAGE SIX THE LOQAN REPUBLICAN TUESDAY NOVEMBER 19 1912
i , I "? STAGELAND
j. ' iHlfes' Attractions At
M -r y fl$ ALL
H . .... (' V THEATRES
. ' "The LION AND THE M0U8E"
H r $ I That "Tho Lion and tho Mouso"
B ' ' which tho United Play Company
B ' will produco hero on Saturday Nov-
B ' ember 23, Is creating widespread In-
H torest nlnong nil classes of theater
H goers Is sliown by tho fact that not
in a long tlmo has thcro been such
n demand for scats for a dramatic
production, ho wonderful success
of tho Charles Klein play Is entirely
deserving of tho excellent reception
with which It will apparently meet
FARMER8 8HOULD WATCH FOR
NICHOLA8 VACHEL LIND8AY
Herbort Quick, Editor of Farm and
Fireside, writing In tho current Issue
of his periodical, tells about Nlchol
as Vachol Lindsay, a poet and phil
osopher, who Is roaming around tho
United States In tho gulso of a
tramp. Following 1b an extract from
Mr. Quick's article:
"Tho man or woman who enter
tains angels unawares Is not In halt
as sorry caso as ho who haB an op
portunity to entertain ono and turns
him away. This Is sent out as a war
ning to tho peoplo of tho farms and
farming communities to bo on tho
lookout for Nicholas yachol Lindsay
lest perchanco thoy find themselves
In tho latter class by falling to rec
ognlzo his quality when ho comes
"When I last heard of him ho was
In Colorado 'In Camp.' Ho expects
H Scene From The Lion And The Mouse, Niblcy Hall Saturday Night November 23rd
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Sceno from "Tho Third Degree," at Nlbley Hall
1 Friday November 22, and Saturday Matlneo November 23.
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! AT NIBLEY HALL
H "The College Play House."
H ivo-o $
H I "The Third Degree"
H I By Charles Klien
i Presented by United Play Company
H FRIDAY NIGHT NOV. 22. I
H r I And Saturday Matinee Nov. 23. I
"The Lion And The Mouse" j
H l SATURDAY NIGHT 1
H I Prices 50c to $1.50'. Matinee 25c to
Bo I 75c. Tickets on &ale at Morrell
Hj I Clothing Store and B. Y. College.
Hi I Seat sale Wednesday
BEANS BY THE BILLION8
In an nrtlclo on bean growing In
the current Issuo of Farm and Fire
sldo appears tho following:
"Lying parallel with tho north
shoro of Lako Erie, In tho counties
of Kent nnd Elgin, Is tho bean dis
trict of Ontario, Canada. This sec
tion comprlsps about, -10,004 acres
and produces on an averago 750,000
bushels annually. Within this lim
Ited area over ono million dollars
worth of beans havo for many years
boon exported to tho cities, mines,
nnd lumber camps of Canada. as
well as to foreign countries. So im
portant has this crop become ns a
source of revenue that tho farmers
regard it as of moro value than tho
wheat, oats, and barley) crops com
bined, and to it may bo attributed
tho making of this section Into ono
of tho most wealthy, as well as ono
of tho most progressive In tho prov
THE CRUELTY OF WOMAN
7:00 Forces eyes to open.
7:05 bounces upon luo floor from
7 :0C Smothers alarm clock.
7:10 Scalds bathtub.
7: CO Imprisons waist.
8:00 Heats up bed.
8:15 Ourns toast.
8-20 Breaks open eggs.
S-30 Smacks lips.
8: GO Wrings dlshrag. '
9:30 Trims hat.
11:00 Whips cream.
11:10 Heats cako.
11:20 Mashes potatoes.
11:25 Skins onions.
11:30 Pounds beefsteak.
11:40 Chops cabbage
11:50 Smothors rlco.
11:55 Dolls cotfeo.
11:00 Urges overybody to pitch In
1:00 Kills tlmo.
1:15 Executes piano number.
2:00 Ituns down street.
2:30 Knocks a friend.
3:00 Ooos to card club and punch
es tally cards.
; 4:00 Kicks nt scoro.
; 9:00 Goes to party, breaks men's
! hearts and cuts up generally.
; Tho Chronicler.
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to spend a year, as he says, 'as a
farm hand half tho time, a rhyming
tramp and troubadour tho rest.' When
ho comes to your door, O fortunate
one, It will test your senso of man
hood. Maybo you won't bo ablo to
tell him from any other Weary Wil
lie. Not at first, that Is. Dut Lind
say will glvo you a chanco to hear
a poet read his own verses. Ho will
enablo you If you have Imagination,
to understand the sort of thtng that
happened long, long ago when tho
baron sat In his castle hall and
feasted with hla retainers who were
ireDlly only hired men and made a
seat nt tho long table In tho long
hall for the wandering minstrel who
camo along and sang his poems.
"Lindsay Is a wandering minstrel
with an up-to-dato messago for ev
erybody. Remember that if ho comes
to your door somo day asking a Job
or a night's lodging."
WHERE OLD MOTHER
NATURE SHOULD STAND
ON THE PAY ROLL
Tho following Is taken from tho
current lssuo of Farm and Flresldo:
"According to Secretary Wilson,
overy day In tho crop growing season
Is worth 150,000,000 to tho farmers
of tho United States. This wealth,
however, represents the work of na
ture as well as of men. Tho big prob
lem for tho farmer Is to arrange his
nffnlrs that ho can keep nature work
ing for him all tho tlmo."
Want a cook,
Want a clerk,
Want a partner
Want a situation,
Want a servant girl,
Want to soil a piano,
Want to sell a carriage,
Want to sell town property,
Want to sell your groceries
Want to sell your dry goods,
Want to Bell your hardware,
Want to soil your millinery goods,
Want customers for any thing,
ADVERTISE IN THE REPUBLICAN.
Advertising Is tho highway to auccess,
Advertising brings new customers,
Advertising koops tho old ones,
Advertising will Insure success,
Advertising shows energy,
Advertising shows pluck,
Advertising Is "biz,"
Advertlso or bust,
A Wife Worth Having
Herr Illummenthnl, a director of
tho Leasing Theater In Uerlln, once
had groat misgiving regarding tho
succobs or his now piece, "Zum Wets
"If I had only 20 marks for ovory
thousand it will bring you I should
bo quite contont," said his wife.
"All right, you shall havo them,"
replied Herr Blummenthal.
"Zum Wolssen Rosso" ("White
Horso Inn") mot with an Iraracdlato
buccoss. Every night tho Frau Di
rector went to tho cashier and lo
vlod her 20 marks per thousand.
On ono occasion, after tho ploco
hal been running somo months, bad
weather caused a falling off In the
recolpts bolow tho thousand muiks,
and consequently Frau Dlummonthal
was not entltlod to hor 20 marks.
"How much havo jou taken !n?"
sho asked tho cashier.
"Only 997 marks," waa tho roply'.
"Well, glvo mo a seat nt 3 mub,
thon," Bald Frau Bluramanthal, lay
ing down tho coin. "Now you hare
a thousand marka; give me 20,"
Sho got thom.London TIt-Bita.
A Complete Answer to tits Query,
"Who Ordained Him?"
The Whole 8ubjeet Clarified For the
Public Benefit Clergy and Laity
jJSla today. Wo report
aHflpLjfl his dl.scourso on
3SpXf;:vfiB nntlon nnd Titles.
HSjjH Is n reply to nn at-
tack recently made
Bkv B upon hlir n
IPASTOK. RUSSELL) editor of The Con
thicnt, nnd alius,
tho "RcIIkIous Rambler." Elite claims
that Pastor Russell's ordination us Pas
tor Is fraudulent. The addiess nhovs
that PnHtor'llusiolI fully understands
tho situation. Ho fully Justllled his po
sition before his vast audience nnd
showed up tho "Rambler" editor In
tho unenviable light of either being
Ignorant of the subjects discussed, or
attempting to decelvo the public. Ills
test was, "Not of men, neither by man,
but Uy Jesus Christ, nuil God the Fa
ther, who raised Illm from the dead"
(Cnl. I, 1). He said:
The time has come for telling the
peoplo whnt the Illble tenches respect
ing ordination tu tench and preach.
The doctrine of Apostolic Succession
started In the second century A. D.
Tho bishops claimed that thoy hnd the
same authority that Jesus gavo to tho
twelve Apostles. Upon this claim they
ordained tho Inferior clergy.
This principle is wholly unscrlpturnl.
According to tho lilble, tho Church of
Christ Is not composed of two parts,
clergy nnd Inlty. Jesus declared, "All
ye nro brethren; One Is your Master,
Christ" St. Pnul shows that In tho
early Church tho ministers wero the
servants of tho Hock. They wero of
tho people, chosen by them by tho
stretching forth of tho hand.
Many of tho reformers coveted tho
titles accorded tho Catholic clergy.
They did not care to tell tho congre
gation that Its word was supremo, nnd
that Its ministers wero merely Its serv
ants. Others, realizing that theso ti
tles wero unscrlpturnl, declined to use
them; preferring to bo called pastor.
My Illblo Student associates, knowing
my objection to tho tltlo "Reverend,"
nddress me ns Pastor. I am tho elected
Pastor of tho Brooklyn Tnbcrnncle
congregation, and nlso of tho London
Tabernacle congregation, nnd I fall to
seo ground for criticism lu this respect,
nor do I attack Christian brethren who
ncccpt other and unscrlptural titles.
Must Pastors Be Ordalnod?
Ordination Is necessary to the olllcc
of pastor. Tho question Is, What consti
tutes nn ordination to preach amongst
tho peoplo of God?
This question has received various
answers. The Roman, Anglican and
Greek Churches, claiming Apostollc
Successlon, declaro that authorization
to preach must como through, their
apostle-bishops, nnd havo not allowed
Protestant ministers to cuter their pul
pits until the Episcopalians, about a
year ago grunted this concession. Of
course, If their proposition wero cor
rect, I nm Just as much unordalned as
nil other Protestant ministers and no
Each denomination nt Its beginning
was opposed by nil others; yet each
taught that tho clergy were scparato
from the laity. Only since tho organ
ization of tho Evangelical ' Alllanco
(18-10) have tho different sects of
Christendom acknowledged each oth
er's ordinations. Each denomination
makes uso of such ceremonies ns it
deems proper. If, therefore, tho con
gregation of Christian believers In
Brooklyn and London ordnlu o'r np
lolnt me ns their pastor, It Is their
own choice what ceremonies, If any,
shall aceompai y thnt ordination. Who
win dispute thlsV No Protestant de
nomination, Miioly; for their own or
dinations me on this very basis.
The subject of ordination seems to
have fallen Into confusion during tho
Dink Ages. St. Paul particularly em
phasizes the fact thnt ho did not re
ceive his commission ns preacher and
Apostle of Christ from his brother
Apostles, but by DUIno authorization.
This Is tho Scriptural prlnclplo underly
ing Divine Ordination to tho ministry
No denomination clnlms thnt tho or
dlnntlou of Its ministers either mndqor
kept them perfect. All admit that
thcro have been sad failures amonsst
their ordained ministers. Neither
would they claim thnt ordination tins
given their ministers superior discern
ment of Dlvlno Truths. On tho con
trary, It has Injured tho clergy by
mailing many of them domineering
and lordly, contrary to tho spirit nnd
teachings of Christ nnd tho Apostles;
and tho lnlty by loading them to con
clude thnt merely seculnr matters
should engage their attention.
The True Ordination.
Flnnlly tho Pastor showed tho true
ordination to bo tho Inipnrtatlon of tho
Holy Spirit. Whoover receives this
has God's authority to bo nis nm
bnssador and mouthpiece. Such show
the work of tho Holy Spirit regenerat
ing their minds nin'. hearts, giving
them Insight Into tho Scriptures, and
enabling them to tie God's mouth
nieces, mlntstora of His Truth.
WILSON AND LABOR
It Is only a fow years ago that Mr.
Perkins, upon his retirement from
J. P. Morgan & Company, publicly
announced his Intention of devoting
time and energy to tho solution of 1
the conflict betweon capital and la- 1-
bor. All over tho world In recent
times this natural clash of economic
farces has boon 'the main underly
ing topics of political thought. Some
of tho ablest men on both sides of
tho Atlantic, such as Lloyd-George
of England havo devoted thomsolvos fik
almost exclusively to tho question. Jr
So engrossing, indeed, has it become
this particular problem of capital '
socurod on tho ono Bide, and labor
clamoring on tho other that It has
tended to overshadow another phaso
of modorn conditions which is sure
to doraand solution eomo day, name
ly, tho problem of tho economic mid
By tho economic mlddlo classea wo
mean that huge army of hard .work
ing sober, intelligent men who, ac
tuated by tho most laudable sort of
ambition, deslro to climb from tho
precarious position of employees to
tho moro securo position of ownors ,
or part ownors of enterprises, small
and largo; men who seok to put their
latter years boyond tho perils of
sudden commorclnl changes and yet
who, under present day conditions,
And thnt oven a Hfo tlmo of consci
entious saving will not provldo tho
needed capital for an Independent
start. Existing wago conditions, on
tho ono hnnd, tho high cost of liv
ing on tho other; tho increasing
amount of capital required oven for
small enterprises and tho barrlors
to finding money on anything llko
fenslblo terms theso aro tho elo
monts In tho problem of tho man In
tho economic mlddlo class.
Already thero aro signs that this
aspect of tho problom is forcing It
self on th0 nttentlon'of thinkers nnd
public men. Germany, In certain ex
tensions of Us banking system hns
already tried to meet it and Mr.
Woodrow Wilson on ono or two oc
casions has sliown his consciousness
of a need of readjustment, not only
to help tho laboring man, so called,
but to help tho ordinary man seek
ing a point of greater vantage in tho
business world. H0 touched on this
topic In his admirable speech of ac
ceptance;' and other utterances of
his, as tho campaign has progressed
havo evidenced an appreciation of
what a great number of tho coun
try's best citizens feel is their most rfk
acute Individual business problem.
It may bo that Mr, Wilson's long
association with young men at Prince
ton has played a part In bringing
him to seo this particular Issuo. Con
trary to a somewhat general Impres
sion, all young men In eastern uni
versities nro not pampered youths
who can dedgo, with a light heart
the serious problems of bread and
shutter. Tho great majority seo a
hard strugglo ahead, and to a man
of Woodrow Wilson's broad sympa
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