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The demand for photoplays is practically unlimited. The big film
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get enough good plots to supply the ever increasing demand. They
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The report that the United
States Department of Agriculture
has decided to establish a horse
breeding farm in Central Ken
tucky furnishes conclusive evidence
that somebody connected with the
department knows his business.
I The United States already has a
farm of that kind in Vermont and
i it has been determined to establish
one in Virginia and one in Ken
, tucky. There has been some pres
sure to seeure one of these farms
for Indiana, but the department
j officials felt that Kentucky would
be the better place for it, and in
this they were eminently correct.
The farm will be under control of
'the Bureau of Animal Industry
and its object will oe to provide
( first-class animals for Government
use. Kentucky is headquarters
for that kind of horses and is bet
ter adapted for the successful con
duct of such a farm than any other
State in the Union.
The Federal Government has
been buying horses in Kentucky
for many years for the use of the
army, thus recognizing the superi
ority of the Bluegrass-grown ani
mal. It is quite natural when the
Department of Agriculture decides
to engage more extensively in rais
ing horses that it should select
Kentucky as one of the places for
maintaining a brooding farm. That
is the course that would be fol
lowod by the wise individual
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THE KINGDOM IN TABLEAU.
Mark Ix, 2-13 Nov. 24.
"A voice came out of the cloud, toying, TMt
it Uy btlovtii Bon: hear ye Him. And Khtn
ikt rota teat pott, Jeiut teat found atone."
Lukt ix, U.
OUR studies continue to apper
tain to Messiah's Klngdotn of
Glory. Today's lesson tells of
a tableau Illustration given to
FIls disciples respecting It. Tho lesson
ccply impressed tho Apostles who wit
aesscd tho vision, Peter, James and
lohn. St. Peter referred to it nfter
rnird In his Epistle (II Peter 1, 10-10),
laying, "Wo nave not followed cun
ningly devised fables when wo mado
known unto you tho power and com
ing of our Lord Jesus Christ, but wero
eye-witnesses of His Majesty
when we were with Him In tho holy
Jesus prepared His disciples for tho
transflguratlon vision, saying, "Thero
be some of them that stand hero,
which shall not taste of death, until
they see God's Royal Majesty having
;omo with power." Tho occasion will
be remembered. Jesus had fore
told His death, qulto contrary to the
previous expectations of the Apostles,
and now Ho sought to draw their
minds gradually to a realization that
His death would not moon a repudia
tion of tho promlso of tho Kingdom
and Its glory, but a fulfilment of their
expectations on a
J e s u s was to
formally offer Him
self to Israel as
King, riding upon
the ass, flvo days
before His cruci
fixion, yet Ho
would bo despised
and rejected and
crucified; but His
Kingly Office and'TAta it Jfy Beloved
work would there- Son"
by only bo confirmed. His authority
to be King of the earth, to release
mankind from tho power of sin and
death, to uplift humanity and bring
the earth to Paradise conditions, would
all be founded upon His sacrificial
death at Calvary.
All this was presented to tho three
chosen disciples. Jesus took them to
the mountain-top and was transfigured
beforo them, nis flesh and His gar
ments shone and glistened white, after
the manner of angels, the vision thus
representing the Lord after having ex
perienced His resurrection change.
Then with nim talked two men, "who
appeared in glory." says St. Luke. In
some manner the Apostles recognized
these two men of tho vision ns Moses
and Elijah. They heard these dis
course with Jesus respecting His de
cease "which He was about to accom
plish at Jerusalem."
Then came a voice from the over
shadowing cloud, saying, "This is My
beloved Son, hear ye Him!" and sud
denly the vision vanished. Several
good lessons may have come ou$ of
this. It would be a great refreshment
and strength to their faith to witness
this vision, which showed them that tho
death Jesus had foretold, was n certain
ty and known of God and of Divine
approval. The voice from God would
also encourage their faith.
As the Apostles, with Jesus, wero
coming down the mountain side, won
dering about the meaning of the vision
they had seen, Jesus said to them, "See
that ye tell no man the vision until
after the Sou of Man Is risen from the
dead." (Matthew xvil, 0.) Tho fact
that Moses and Elijah nppcared ns real
to the Apostles, as though they wero
In life, does not contradict the words
of Jesus that what they saw was a
vision. Remember the many visions
given later on to one of these Apostles,
St. John, recorded In the book of Rev
elation. In those visions St. John saw
angels and men, beard vo cos, etc.. Just
as In this vision.
Tho Meaning of the Virion.
We have St Peter's words that what
they saw on tho mountain represented
tho Roynl Majesty of Messlnh-tho
Kingdom of Messiah. Moses repre
sented the faithful of Xatural Israel,
tho "Houso of Servants" "Moses ns a
servant, wns faith
ful over nil his
House." Elljnli rep
resented The Christ
in the tlcsh. tho
IIouso of Sous. All
of tho consecrated,
plo of God during
this Ago nro repre
sented by ElUnh.
who, God promised,
"T,U 1A" '" " Messln" wou,l t
up Ills Klugdom.
In other words, tho Klljuh class is com
posed of Jesus and all of Ills footstep
followers throughout this Gospel A go
to their earthly or fleshly condition,
Splrlt-begotten, butnotyot Hplrlt born.
Thero Is no doubt whutover respect
ing tho Kingdom prouilsod-that it will
como; that vision on tho mount con
firmed It The Kingdom tneroly awaits
tho sufferings of thoso who will bo tho
members of tho Hody of Christ At
tha Socoud Coming of Jesus thoBo will
bo Mossed and glorified; nud tho class
represented by Moses Mill also bo
blessed and used as Instruments of tho
Kingdom. Thua in tho vision tho en.
tire Kingdom was roprosontodi first of
au. by Jesus Himself ; secondly by 1SII.
7 NPNwntwl tho Church dnwi
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According to tobwlftiltM Mftd
by Socialist leaders, tta dvdnHtt
vote in the election of Nor ember
5, showed an increase of mor
than 100 per cent, over the gft
in the last presidential elatiT' )
The. increase is not confined to an
particular State or sectien, but it
is general throughout the country.
Tho party leaders, moreover,
maintain that there total would
have been much larger but for the
Bull M6oso movement, which they
declare attracted many votes from
the ranks of Socialist sympathizers.
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