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I CIC GOES TO
If SUNDAY SCHOOL
I II Offl
True to his word the cynic joined .
Bpn nnl Bill a.s they were starfinc ,
for the meeting of the Now Move-
ment Bible class "First time in ten
years." he mumbled
j The class room was full of wide
awake young men, and before them
stood a man nf unusual personality,
a young engineer by the name of
Everybody joined in the reading of
!l the lesson.
The Lesson Text
' The Authored Version
2. And Balak the son of Zippor
saw all that Israel had done t" the
3 And Moah was sore afraid of
the people, because they were many;
and Moab was distressed because of
the children of Israel
fl 4. And Moab said UDto the eld'-rs
fl of Midlan. Now shall this company
lick up all that are round about us.
a the ox licketh up the grass of
the field And Balak the son of
Zippor was king of the Moabites at
5. He sent messenger therefore
uuto Balaam the son of Beor to Pe
ll thor, which is by the river of the
land of the children of his people, to
j call him, savin?. Behold, there Is
a people come out from ISfiypt . Be
hold, they cover the face of the
earth, and they abide over against
fi. Come now therefore. I pray
thee, curse me, this people; for they
I are too mightv for me; peradven'un-
I I shall prevail, that we may smite
I them, and that I may drive them out
of the land, for I wot that he whom
thou blessesl is blessed and he whom
tbou cureest is cursed
0. And Balaks anger was kindled
j against Balaam, and ho smote his
i hand-- toeMicr. and Balak sai l unto
I Balaam, I called thee to nirsf mine
enemies, and, behold, thou hast ai-
together blessed them these three
11 Therefore now flee thou to th
place I thoupht to promote thee
unto creat honor; but lo. the lord
hath kppt ihee back from honor
11' And Balam said unto Halak,
Sp.ike I not also to thy messcnKeiM
which thou sentest unto me. saying.
13. If Balak would give me his
house full of silver and cold, I cannot
ko beyond the commandment of the
Lord, to lo either good or bad of
mine own mind, but what the Lord
salth, that will I speak0
11 And now. behold. I go unto my
people COUie therefore, and I will
advertise thee what this people shall
do to thy people In the latter days.
15 And be took up his parable,
and sa'd. Balaam the son of Beor
bath saiil, and the man whose eyes
are open hath said
15. He hath said, which henrd the
words of God, ani knew the knowl
edge of the most high which saw
the vision of the Almighty falling
into a trance, but having his eyefl
IT I shnll se him, but not now;
l jhall b hold him. but not nigh;
there shall come a star out of Jacob
and a Scepter shall rise out of Israel
h n d shall Smile the comers of Moab,
and destroy all the children of Sheth.
K And Kdom shall be a po--'
sion. Selr also shall be a possession
for his enemies; and Israel shall do
19. Out of Jacob shall come he
that shall have dominion, and shall
destroy him that remaineth of the
Golden Text. A douhlemlnded man
unstable In all his ways James 1. 8
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the lesson story and Its connection?;
In your own words?"
Jones had evidently beon thinking
of his lesson during the week. ,rWell(
nrhen the line of march of God's peo
ple had swung round th southern
end of the Dead Sea and the land of
Edom. and wan nearlng the Promised
land from the southeast., the land of
Moab lav between. Klntc Balek would
not tell them permission to pass
peaceably through nil land. In order
to prevent thftm. he sent for a sooth
sayer from Pethor by the land of
Aram, the former home of Hie an
cestor of the Hebrews, in the hope
that he would curso God's people
Mid so defeat them Balaam was
anxious to get the larse sum of mon
ey and honors offered bul still de
clared tlial he would not sav an
thing but what God directs! him to
:y God forbade him to ko. but at
a second request because at heart
he was so anxloits God permitted him
to go. But be was so displeased
with bis covetous purpose and BAH
how likely he was to yield to the
bribe that he sent an BJlgel to with
stand him in the way ami shock him
out of his cupidity, and warn him
against being untrue The rexult WS8
that Balaam bleased Israel tbre
timer in the words of thi ancient
poem and declared that nothing could
stop the onward march of God's pur
pose which was to give I bora the
Promised land to to give them the
scepter of dominion even over Moab
But here Balaam's cupldlt gol the
best of him. aud before he returned
he counceled Balak that the only way
to overcome Israel was 0 corrupt
their morals by getting them to In
dulge in the sensual wantonnoss of
their heathen feasts."
"Ah yes," was tho instant reply
of the teacher '' is It not always BO?
The progress of the kingdom of God
and Its righteousness Is always oppose--).
Bul righteousness shall tri
umph, and truth crushed to earth
shall rise again. And through,
Right forever seems on the BCaffold,
And wrong forever on the throne.
Yet the scaffold a ways the fuaure
And behind the dim unknown.
Watches God above Hie Own
"In spite of the obstacles that con
front reform movement!-, the) shall
triumph, and the saloon, ami raft.
and vice and gambling shall be over
thrown." ' Yes " said the cynic warming up
to the discussion, 'and it is. the pamp
old story. Evjl fears an open flpht
with richt Anousness. and trie to win
Its way by bribery, an 1 corruption
"And its just liko it was with thai
Jiu Jltsu wrestler at tho Y M C A
last night," said Ben. "The more
they Struggle againpt It the harder
"Yes," said the teacher "the very
means that Balak soucht for his aid.
turned against him So God makes
the wrath of man to praise him V.nd
the very fact that the saloon and
kindred evils have so overreached
themselves In tbelr corrupting meth
ods of painting themselves, are has
tening their downfall. If the saloon
had stayed more decent, It could have
malntajned Itself longer "
"But what nbout Balaam," Mr
"Well he was like a lot of fellows
who want to lo ripht, but are so
greedy for honor and gain. that
tliouch they keep true in public ways,
yet In secret and Indirect! thej
weaken and get tin ir price."
"Well If T do say it " said the cynl
on his way home, "that was not a
had way of spending an hour."
c. f. rassvl:iler
E Wl. FLEETWOOD
IS BACK FROM
The Rev. William W Fleetwood
returned this week from San I-'rin
clsco. where he has been spendine a
month with the Rev. Dr. Bod at the
Emmanuel Institute, studying the
work of the Emmanuel movement
As tomorrow win be the fifth an
niversary of Mr Fleetwood's rector
ship of the Church of the Goo ) Shep
herd, there will he a special service
at 11 o'clock in the church.
CARD OF THANKS.
The loving kindness and sympath)
extended to us by relatives and
friends in our recent bereavement in
the demise of our beloved daughter
and sister Ethel Rouse, we greatly
appreciate. We desire to extend to all
our hearfelt thanks remembering
with especial gratitude Leonard Aik
ns, Harold Aikens. Orson Norlander.
Roscoe Reeder. Carl Stratford, Har
old Fromberg. dear classmates who
tenderly ami lovingly bore her re
mains to their last rest, and also her
teacher, Miss Spurgeon. who kindly
arranged for same
SAMUEL ROUSE ND FAMILY
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
GOOD girl for general housework
2663 Washington. Call after 6 p 1
m 11-1-lwk j
3 ROOMS, lights, water. Inside, $9 00
Can partly furnish, 2165 Adams
A SECOND-hand phonograph; must
be In good condition and reason
able. Phone 1230-W. 11-1-lt
1-ROOM house. Inquire 162 XV. 30th
Phone 2107-R. 11-1-lwk
"SANDY BOTTOM" AT THE OGDEN.
The Ogden theatro will present a
great southern play when "Sandy Bot
tom" opens Sunday night It is
known as one of the few really good
melodramas The story takes you
to the cotton fields of Dixie, the land
of the sweet magnclllas, and deals
with love and treachery. A rkh vein
of humor runs through the bill and
makes the play an ideal evening's en
tertainment. "Sandy Bottom' will be
presented for the entire week, with
Wednesday and Saturday raatlnea.
Read the Classified Ads.
FOR CITY AUDITOR.
r . : "
W. D. Van Dyke, Jr., the
present city auditor, who
seeks re-election, has served
the public faithfully and com
petently in that capacity dur
ing the past two years. The
books and records of his office
are in such condition that he
would gladly welcome in
spection. Having faithfully complied
with every requirement so far
as his duty extends in this re
spect, and according to estab
lished custom he now comes
before the public asking for re
election and promises that in
the event of his re-election to
continue to perform every
duty of the office and extend
I every courtesy to the citizens
i of Ogden City.
VOLLEY BUL TEAMS
BATTLE FOR THE
Friday afternoon th volley ball
teams of the North anrl Central Ir
high schools clashed in tho final and
deciding pnme of the volley ball
league. The result was a victory for
the girl.- df thr- Central Jr. high, by
the score of r4 to 82.
Thia makes the Central girls cham
pions for the season and keeps the
pennant, which has ben hotly con
tested by th thre Juniors. a( th
srhool which won it iat spring.
JACK PROBST OK
B SERVING I
J&cii Probst hr "hop bead, ' bo
escaped from the city jail after son
InK hut one day 0f a Mix-months' sen
tence, is in his cpII again. He was
arrested iaxt evening by Detective's
Robert Burke and Uni.ort hamher
I at the Bamberger depot with iwc
drunken strangers I'rohst had tra
e!ed with the two from Salt l,ak anc!
the men complained that mono bad
been taken from them. The con
duotor telephoned ahead to have the
polh e at the station.
When searched. I'rohst did not have I
the money in his possessron. The men
I believed they lost about ?2o and one
I of the two, whose names were not
j learned by the polio. exhibited
lo ket that had been cut with a knife j
It was not thought by the police
jthnt Probst did the robbing so no ad
IditlonaJ charge was made against him. '
He will be kept in Jail to complete
the remainder of his original sen
tence, imposed by .fudge Reeder when
j he found Probst giillty of vacrancy
i BICYCLE RIBER IS
FINED 110 IN
j POLICE COORT
Because Joe Bingham, a young man 1
, arrested yesterday by Special Officer
W illiam (least, and charged with rid
!ins a bicycle on the sidewalk, did not
submit to arrest gracefully, it cost;
him Sin In police court this mornltr;
in place of the usual $2 fine. The 51"
was turned over to the city In the1
form of a bail forfeiture for Bingham
did not appear. Roast stated that
when he placed the l)oy under arrest,
the bicyclist bewail to sTni'Kle for his
liberty The officer held to the bi
cycle with one hand and with the
other held the unfortunate yOUUg man
Kffie Mason, a woman charged with
vagrancy, failed to appear and her bail
of 125 was declared forfeited by Judge
Reeder. She was arrested Thursda.
'ilslii with another woman who for
feited $50 yesterday.
A LUliman, charged with disturbing
the peace by swearing and refusing
to pay for a meal secured in the New
Port cate. attributed his horrid dis
position of last nlRht to the fact thai
three men had tried to hold him up
earlier in the evening. Also, he F.nd
that his drunkenness might have had
something to do with the predicament
he found himself in this morning.
Patrolman lames Hearn. who made
the arrest, stated that the prisoner
was w illing to fight all comers and ap
plied uncomplimentary remarks to'
IWALDEMAR A. CALL
Baritone Soloist and Voice Builder.
Studio: Wright's Annex. Phone 2395
Student of Oscar Saengcr.
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ARINGTON & PAWLEY, Mgrs.
4 Nights 4 Commencing Sunday, Nov. 2nd
A TRUE AMERICAN
3 Nights 3 Commencing Thursday, Nov. 6th
I PECK'S BAD BOY
Complete change of play, music and songs Sunday
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 2:30.
Two shows daily, 7:30 and 9:15. j
Prices never change 10 and 20 Cents.
those near him. Including some wom
en. . Indue Reeder took the case under
BIGS TIMS TO
s a result of a wreck at Sofia
Springs early this morning. when
Fireman F F Carman had a leg cut
off. Oregon Short Line trains thai
take the Granger MeCammon branch
are beinj; detoured by way of Ogden
The wreck was caused bv a head-on
collision of a west and an east bound
freight train and was caused by the
allure of the brakes to respond on the
west bound train In place of taking
the switch one train crashed into the
other which was on the main line
Wrecking crews are clearing the
Information concerning the wreck
, H rec-iv. d in Ocd'-n n,u mnl J
when dispatchers reported t I
the pr.ssenger trains were being j
toured both east and west by ait!
Ogden OrcKon Short Line No. S S
rived w ith Union Pacific N'o. 9 Jfl
! Short I. in- No ", arrival ,ls tfl
I No 9. Tr-iiim hound east 'rora Mc. '
Cammon are also s heduled to anfl
in Ogden this aftonioon.
As a result of the extra traini 9
riving the yard crews are busy (kjH
The Fpworth league announcement
tor Sunday folio.', s:
Subjd : ( hvly and 'h Moim 1
Soi ial Impulse ' l,u 1" J.'j . II
Is 24 25; Malt JO: Jo 28. I
Leader. Mr Farl Packer I
Speaker, Mr II H. Baumunk IM
Solo Miss Laird. I
Discussion of subject oy mcmbcn.1
Tend ':e i u-sinea A's. '1
"Superior Ranges Are All
the Name Implies"
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