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EL PASO HEUALD
Monday, November 18, 1912
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SENTENCE SERMONS IN
PULPITS OF EL PASO
America "has a strategic position occupied by no other nation. Upon the
evaBgeHsatlen 'of America largely depends the evanKellxation of the world.
The aim of every American Christian antral be to make "Oar country God's
country." Kct. KeaBCth Brown, at East KI Paso Presbyterian church.
God claims ene-tcnth ot a man's Income jast as he claims one-seventh of
his time. The obligation of the tithe rests upon the same foundation as hal
lewiaK the Lord's day. Rev. Henry Easter, at St. Slement's Episcopal church.
Ih paying trlbate to eminent mea for their services to their coiiStry we
are lltely to lose sight of their condition as sinful men before God. The
Father of "his eountry, the commander Inchlef of the armleM of the revolHtion
and the Hrstpresldent of the United States must rest bis hope cf ternal life,
not on what he did for his coaHtry, bat oa personal faith Ih n llvlnr Kavioi.
Rev. J. F. "WHHa-n. at Pint Baptist ehBreh.
Prom, the mountain God, throagh M oses, gave the law, which by keeping
has a tendency to parity. Christ also gave the beatltHdes from the mountain
la which he saldi "Blessed are .the pHre of heart for they shall see God."
Rev. A. J. MeHHwala, at Calvary-Hons ton Saaare Baptist church.
The trinity revealed la redeeming the world. From the Father Issues the
program of' redemption. The Son is tfce divine word of reconciliation in hu
man form, Tie Spirit Is the active agnt in execution. The three foldness of
man's mental Hfe and government iiln strafes this. Rev. E. C. Morgan, at
Highland Park Methodist charch.
To the man -who does not constitute his hBilnew profession an nltnr, from
-iv hi eh there arises the smeet smelling savor of a consecrated life, the formal
coarse of wasWp la God's house on the Sabbath day, Is without effect. Rev.
. E. Boyd, at Highland Park Baptist church.
Faith hinds man to God and also hinds God to man, Rev. B. H.
at St. FaalS Lutheran charch.
Why are Inea finally lest? Is it b eeaase they levc unhnppiness, misery,
pain and death? ' No! It is beeause they pnt this matter aside in the face of
the fact thafJesas said: Bc ye also ready. Rev. C. TV. Webdell, at Trinity
The eonveHtlon of the Disciples of Christ, recently held at Louisville,
Kj, indicatea that this body of people is entering upon a new era la re
liance upon God, in good fellowship and la the magnitude of its planning.
Rev. Perj- J. Rice, at First Christian church.
The moot valuable portion of the early history of our country Is that part
whieh tells of the religions motives that bresKht onr forefathers to these
Hheres, of the religions coloring that was Riven to their civic life, and of the
religions feandatlon that they assamed for all of our institutions. Rev. J.
E. Abbott, at "Westminster Presbyterian chHreh.
Christ performed miracles, not simply to attract people to his ministry
he engaged ia no advertising scheme of that sort he performed miracles be
canse he had compassion on the muJtitHdc and the people came to hear him
beeaufte they believed in him and because he had boraething to otter. Rev. C.
I Ovenrtreet, at the First Presbyterian charch.
Th Christian's assnranec He are the Lord's whether e live or die. We
are a redeemed people, saved for this Ufe and a life to come .Rev. Herman G.
Porter, at the Flrt Methodist charch.
In the first year Jesus was popular; In the second yenr criticism began
to he heard, and In the third they all foraeek him and fled. When all speak
well of yon, you may not be doing jour best work. Rev. 3HIes Hansen, at
First CoasresatioBal chHreh.
CHAVES COUNTY TBACHBRS
WILL MEET AT ROSWBLL.
Roswell, N. M-. Nov. 18. The first
annual meeting of the Chaves county ; on the charge of larceny of cattle.
Teachers' association will be held in 1 He pleaded not guilty and the case
the Central school building la this j was set for Noveniber S7.
city November 2S, SO. Mr and Mrs. C E. Starmer. of Mus-
Ray Carper, Floyd McDonald and kogee. Okla., arrived here by auto
W. p. Kooken were arrested upon an mobile to look oyer the valley with a
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GOPENTION FOR ClISTffl UWITYlFQR MISSlflfi WORK
Quadrennial of the Federal Council of the Churches of
Christ of America Will Be Held in Chicago Decem
ber 4-9 Millions Are Being liaised For
the Work of Foreign Missions.
The quadrennial of the federal coun
cil of the Churches of Christ in
America is to be held in Chicago, De
cember 4 to 9, and from the standpoint
of christian unity it is claimed that it
will be the most epoch making of any
teligious convention ever held on I
American soil. Bishop Hendrtj, of tne I
Methodist church, sontn, is presiaeni
r ,,, .,nii rwi -m-tn mnirn the n4-
dress at the opening. The relations of j christian and Moslem nations in the
young people to the unity problem will ' Balkans. Identified with the organl
be presented, the chairman being Rob- zation are political forces, so that Red
ert H. Gardiner, of Boston, who is
secretary of the Episcopal commission
that is pushing for a world conference
on faith and order. At this meeting
racepresident-elect Marshall, of In
diana, will speak. Near the close Will
iam J. Bryan, of Nebraska, is expected
to' speak. Both Marshall and Bryan
are Presbyterian elders.
This federal council, formed a few
years ago, represents 32 Protestant
bodies, 17,000,000 members, and many
more millions of adherents. When
first formed the aims were given out
to be cooperative work bv all churchc.
I on lines on which all are agreed, as
Llguilll Hie uivirrce e, vnv aj a
rest in seven for working men, cessa
tion of war by nations of the world
and especiallv by the United tSates,
and larger christian influence for clean
politics and clean business. , The senti
ment in faor of actual unity has so
grown, however, that as leader of such
sentiment the council has changed its
aims somewhat in the direction of a
solid front by christians of all names.
Just before tne 01 enmg 01 toe quaa-
rennial at Chicaao there will be three
conferences. Thev are held by mem-
the commissions on social service ap-
pointed by the several religious bodies,
and by representatives of theological
seminaries of all names. There will be
about 400 delegates in all. commissions,
and council together.
During- the past four years 20 state
federations have been formed, and
there are now nearly 100 city and town
federations. The most important worn
of the council has been, it is claimed,
along the lines of social service.
Through the council's initiative in purt
most large religious bodies have ap
pointed commissions on this work, and
their secretaries serve as council as- ,
soclates. Recently a committee on in-
ternatlonal peace has been formed, and
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christian churches of all the world
nto a great peace league. Even the .
rnnrcTric mr nmcinm c nnirirr !
TURKS BE DRIVEN' PROM EUROPE
Christian people everywhere are de
sirous, if reports be correct, that Turks
be driven from Europe and Constantl- i
nople become a christian city. Not
merely the possible destruction of the
great Church of St. Sophia there, but
also of the Church of the Holy Sepul
chre at Jerusalem is a controling fac
tor with the political powers in urging
Bulgarians to caution at this time.
Turks take pride in the fact that they
have, for centuries, provided at their
cost soldiers to guard the church erect
ed on the site of Christ's entombment,
and they are not backward in pointing
to the other fact that soldiers have
been and still are necessary to keep
christians from actually fighting in
and about the church.
This Church of the Holy Sepulchre,
at Jerusalem, now In danger of de
struction if a holy war by the Turks
is started, was built in the 30 years
following the year 300, and consecrat
ed in 336. It has beep much changed,
and many times added to, and at a
fire in 1S08 it was wellnlgh destroyed.
The original rotunda form still obtains
in part, and the exterior is Norman
Saracenic in architecture. The sepul
chre itself, or what Is claimed to be
the original one, is enclosed in a 16
sided chapel that is within the main
office. Around it are eight chapels,
built by different religious bodies at
various times, and at intervals used by
them, under protection of the Turkish
Three larger bodies are most in evi
dence at this church, and it is among
them that Turks claim most of the diN
ferences arise. Charges by the Turks
have often been disputed, but it is
known that harmony has not always
obtained. The three are the Greek
Catholic, under the patriarch of Jeru
salem; the Roman Catholic, under di
rection of the Franciscan Order, and
the Armenian, spiritually guided by th
patriarch of Constantinople. Francis
cans represent the Roman Catholic
church throughout the Holy Land, and
the honor claimed by them as guard
ians of the Palestine shrines, the holy
sepulchre greatest among them, is well
known throusrh tho church.
VFranciscan priests stationed in Pal-
estine. to conduct services at the al
tars, have for generations been French
by birth, but within the past ten years
a very few American young men, en
listed at the commissariat of the Hol
Land at Washington and trained here,
have gone to Palestine for this work.
Men in position to know are saying
that were the Turks to dynamite the
famous church in Jerusalem, as they
might do -were diplomacy thrown to
the winds in dealing with them at this
time at Constantinople, there might
follow a war of religious frenzy, the
end of which no one could predict.
Protestant missionaries, longest resi
dent among the Turks, show fondness
and profound respect for them, and
within the last few days have ex
pressed in strong terms their belief
that the Turks, no matter how hard
pressed, will not turn vandals. They
point to their long service around the
Jerusalem church, at their own eost,
as proof of it.
CATHOLICS SEEK TO ELKVlATE
A statement has just been sent to all
Catholic archbishops, bishops and
many other prelates asking assistance
for an effort to elevate the standards
of the drama in America. At the head
of the committee sending the appeal
is Miss Eliza O'Brien Lummis, who is
at the head of the Daughters of the
Faith, a society formed not long since
to counteract if possible the divorce
evil, not so much in the Catholic as in
the Protestant churches and in the
general public The Daughters seek
to use the strong position of the Cath
olic chttrch to help others less strong.
The statement, a dignified one.
claims to have endorsement in the
main propositons of cardinals Gibbons,
f,,iv anA n'rnnii n nf
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oishops or Chicago. St Louis and San
Francisco. In the statement no men
tion is made of the erection of the
aters, but chief emphasis is lai 1 upon
wise discrimination by Catholics of
plays patronized in existing theaters
It is argued that by such course tl e
stase can be raised in its standards
The question is raised whether such
effort in behalf of the stage, if taken
up by Catholics, ought not to be under
direction of the National Federation of
Catholic societies. This is made up of
laymen, but at the national convention
held at Columbus last August there
'was a decision made to bung the
Catholic societies into a similar fed
eration It is known that both of
these fedeiations hae donf work
along the line non proposed by Miss j
and tlor flsnrfat 1bVa1
concerning cooperation. Miss Lummis I
( states that her chief aim is to secure j
reform, and that she and her asso
ciates stand ready to work wit a all
who will work with them.
CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATIONS "WILL
AID WOODED IX TUB ElYLKAXS
Organization has just been effected
through whicn Christian people 06
America will send aid to wounded sol-
! riioi-H and to widow s and orphans, of
jross ami oimri uisi .5 a. cm"-.
The Jews are also taking part, more
especially because of the Jewish inter
ests in Macedonia, which are large,
and in Jerusalem, which are historic.
Former ambassador Straus is leading
in the movement, and all principal
cities have now, or soon will have,
Societies which took the lead in the
movement were the American bible,
the American board of foreign mis
sions, and the foreign mission boards
1 of the Presbyterian and United Pres
bvterian churches. These are the so
cieties having most direct interest in
the Balkan region because of religious
work there, or- in Asiatic Turkey near
by. Methodists have work in Bul
garia, but it is not in the line of bat
tle Popular subscriptions are asked not
from Christians and Jews alone- buc
from all people. Assurance is given
bj the organization that nothing is to
be done to further one side or the
other, but solely to care for sufferers,
no matter which side .they represent.
Presbyterian interests in Smyrna, in
Anatolia, are large, and they extend
south along the coast to Beirut 111
Syria. In Constantinople, not directly
connected with any missionary society,
is Robert college, and it has joined in
the organization for relief of war suf
ferers, 3ince it is an American Institu
tion. ! METHODIST MISSION 110 VltD
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The meeting of the Methodist board
?h IO.ehmt tint tJES m ,Ys
the fact that that boara pulled up its
the fact that that board pulled up its
receipts enormously from August, and
closed its year at the end of October
with the largest receipts in its history
Methodist churches of the north give
money In such sums that their foreign
society is the largest in America, and
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jig.gOO ahead of the previous year ano
by the same sum the largest since
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reduced to $138,360 and s campaign to
wipe it all out was reported at the
meeting to be receiving cordial sup
port. Last August new Methodist secre-
taries. elected at the general confer-
ence last May, issued a statement to
Methodist churches of the country in
which a somewhat desperate situation,
both in receipts and debits, were out
lined. Inadequacy of income, both in
receipts from regular sources, work in
fields at a standstill, cuts in appro
priations imminent, and unsatisfactory
basis of apportionments upon th
churches at home, were some of the
dire descriptions of the August ad
dress.' The response has been such as
to set Methodists in general rejoicing
over new interest.
Announcement Is. made that the ne
cessity to make reductions in the work
on the fields no longer exists, and that
the expenditures can be Put uu to at
least the highest level they have ever
h ot.i,T v.,5i-t . - r
money suppl are Ohlv and weitern
Pennsylvania, with MieMgan. Mary-
land and California close behind. It is
noted that both New "rtrk and Phila-
delphia fields, grouping- .their confer
ences for purposes-of comparison, show
steady decline. In three years one
goes down from 331.000 to $83,900 and
the other from $39,000 to $33,000.
In the report just made, it is shown
that Methodists maintain 1141 Amer
ican workers in thetr fields, and have
enough native workers to bring thei "
total to 7,456. Their membership in
creased last year on the fields by lz,-
There are no fewer than 26S
schools, including ten colleges. The
immmi thai.- r .naiuii,,. Tti-
chiefly in Rome where their activi-
ties have created wide public notice, 1
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I EPISCOPAL CHURCH TO CREATE
NEW DISTRICT IV PAXA3H
The Episcopal church will, it is said,
create a new district to include the
Panama canal zone and 'all of the re
publics of Central America. The dis
trict, consisting at present of work in
the zone only, is administered by the
bishop of Cuba, Who reports the plan
unsatisfactory. Negotiations have
oeen concluded between the American
Episcopal church and the Church of
England, represented chiefly by the
bishop of London by which jurisdic
tion is transferred, and there be creat-
a bishop for Central America enough 1
to uo to Keep Mm busy. The plan is
one of several, started by various re
ligious bodies, to make effective work
ready for the canal opening.
Many vears ago, under personal di
rection of the bishop of London, work
was started in British Honduras. Cen
tral America, and at length a bishop
was named. Small work on the Isth
mus of Panama was put for conveni
ence under his charge. "When the
United States took over the zone, its
Anglican work was transferred to
American supervision. Now the pro
position is to transfer all of Central
America, except the British part, to the
Episcopal church in this country. The
argument put fortli by Episcopal
church leaders here is that it ought
to be reannnaihlo fnr thlo raHnn noar I
at hand, and not distant Church of
England. To this argument the Eng
lish church agrees.
BAPTISTS PLAN TO RlAISB
THREE MILLIONS FOR MISSIONS
Under authority or the Northern
Baptist convention there has just been
launched a campaign, appealing to all
Baptist congregations and individuals
in the north, to raise $3,600,000 from
the churches this coming year and $1.
000.000 from persons. The amount -s
to be for missions of all kinds undjr
Baptist control. The campaign .is a
combination of all interests, women as
well as men, and home and foreisn. so
j as to save duplication of effort, and
uiuiiipiicaiion 01 expense, it is o.e-
clared to be one of the most advanced 1
examples of unity within a religious
body yet put forth. Admission is '
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reached at once, but such is announced
to be the goal, to be worked for every
year until it is reached.
Baptists are telling their members
that Southern Methodists are engaged
in a campaign to raise J3.000.000 for
foreign missions 'alone. Canadian mis
sions are to raise $1,500,000, Congrega
tionallsts are out for J2. 00. 000 a year
for all benevolences. United Presby
terians and Disciples of Christ for $1,
004,000 each Baptist leaders sav their
churches ought to give as much for
benevolences as for current expenses,
or at least ought now to set such goal
for themselves, and educate their mem
bers up to it
The ordinary cost of a Want Ad. in
The El Paso Herald is 25 cents It
reaches an averace of
readers each issue.
tiet Acquainted Meeting at
Presbyterian Church Lo
cal Church Notes.
Home mission week in HI Paso, for
which union services will be held by
the various Protestant churches, opens
tonight at Cav all y-Houston Square Bap
tist eburjeh and will continue with
nightly services throughout this week.
The program for the first meeting will
begin at 7:30 p. m. at the Calvary
church, corner of Montana and, St.
Vrain streets. The topic for the even
ing will be "Non Caueasion People in
America" and the program will be as
Scripture reading, Rev. H. P. Bond.
Prayer. Rev. 12. T. Cambpell.
"The Indians. ' a paper. hy Mrs. P. H.
The Negroes," a paper, Bradford
"The Mexicans, paper. Rev. C. R.
Benediction, Rev. K. H-. Combs.
Tuesday evening will, be the get-acquainted
evening at the First Presby
terian church. The Men's club will
J.avc its first meeting cf the winter and
.1 will be devoted to getting acquainted
with each otner and to discussing, in
formally, the plans for the winter meet
ings, which will be held monthly. A
grabfest will follow the gabfest, each
man serving himself from the sand
wiches and coffee which the women of
the church will provide.
Mission Sec'Ietj Meeting.
Tuesday morning the missionary so
ciety will have its .meeting in the pr
iors of the First Presbyterian church.
Buddhism will be the subject and Mrs.
K. W Parker, Mrs. L. L. Robinson and
Mrs. J. L. Gilliland will take part in
the discussion. Mrs. Mary Bateman and
Miss Dora Hart will also participate.
The .central division of the Aid so
ciety will meet With Mrs. James A. Dick
on Montana street Monday afternoon.
The Aid work, is divided into neighbor
hood divisions for the winter work and
this will be the first meeting of the
A lear as Pastor.
Rev J. E. Abbott, pastor of Westmin
ster Presbyterian church, celebrated tne
1 first anniversary of his pastorate of
, ',". on Sunday. Following the
' regular morning service, an informal
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receDtion was tendered the pastor. He
came here a year ago from Marshall.
Mo, and since he became pastor. 7 1
new members have been added to the
church rolL The Aid society of this
church will meet in the Sunday school
rooms Tuesday afternoon at 3 oclock.
Friday evening at S oclock the inter
mediate pupils of the Sunday school
I muY,etp"tshe Sunday hool rooms.
wul TM.ti.a ChHrch MeetlBKs
Next Sunday nifrht a week f nightly
"new life" meetings will be inaugurated
at the FirstaChristian church. These
meetings will be conducted by the lay
men of the church. Thursday after
noon, the three sections of the women's
aid society will hold three meetings.
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another at the hnme of Mrs. V R Hil
gartner on Myrtle avenue, and the
third at the home of Mrs. A. J. Light
foot, 1116 Arizona street.
Prayer meeting will be held at the
Easi cl Paso Presbyte.-ian church from
2 to 3 oclock Wednesday afternoon and
the Aid society will meet at 2 oclock
Thursday afternoon. No night meetings
will be held this week on account of the
church joining in the union home mis
sion services. '
St. Clement's Meetings.
At the church of St. Clement, the can
vassing committee will meet Monday
night at 8 oclock. Tuesday afternoon
at 2 ?0 the Guild will meet. The
Daughters of the King will meet the
same afternoon at 4 oclock. the Homo
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J S-f nd ,Prlda.L,,,.t iftloek the Women 3
! Bible class will meet.
The Guild of St. Paul's Lutheran
church will hold it weekly meeting at
the home, of Mrs. Wm. Rheinhejmer. 40s
Sooth Florence street, Friday after
noon at 2 oclock. At the First Bap
tist church Tuesday afternoon at 3
oclock the aid and missionary society
will hold a social, at which time offer-
ings for the orphan's home at Dallas
will be made.
Pavtor Gees to Albuquerque.
The woman's missionary society of
i Hinh'md Park rtaptlst cnurcn Will
hold a meeting at the cnorcU Tuesday
afternoon. The subject for discussion
ill be:. "The City A Menace to the
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Church." Mrs. A. W. McClure will be
Rev. E. B. Atwood, former pastor of
this church, accompanied by his fam
ily, left on Friday for their new home
in Albuquerque. N. M. The women of
the church held a reception for M-3.
Atwood Friday afternoon at the home
of Vrz. . J. Rc:c. SI5 Lebanon street.
Mrs. Atwood was showered with gifts.
Rev. E. C. Morgan the new pastor, is
now occupying the pastoral home and
has had a telephone installed. It is
The aid society of the First Congre
gational church will hold a business
Thursday afternoon at a
Methodist Memorial Service.
At the First Methodist church Sunday
morning the service conducted by the
new minister. Rev. Herman G. Porter,
was a memorial In honor of the late
Mrs. Martha Connd. The midweek
prayer service 'will be held Wednesday
night at S oclock, the subject being
"Precious Promises." On Friday even
ing a public reception will be tendered
at the church to Rev. Mr. Porter and his
3IETHODIST X VME MIMST3RS
FOR niG SPRINGS DISTRICT
Big Springs. Tex., Nov. 18 At the
Northwest Texas conference of the
Methodist Episcopal church. South, at
Abileen. the following appointments
were maue xur me -di firings uistnvi.
W. H. Terry, presiding elder. Andrews,
Rev. Sam H. Young. Big Springs, Rev
C. W. Hearon, Big Springs mission. Rev.
J. T. Trice, Brownfield. Rev. A. D
Jamison; Coahoma. Rev H. D. Hill;
Gail, Rev T. E. Graham, Plains. Rev.
S B. Cox, La Mesa, Rev S. H Adams.
O'Donnel. Rev. T A Knight Post. Rev.
J. T Howell. Seminole. Rev. C. H.
Lcdgar. Stanton, Rev. W. C. Htnes;
Taboka and Slaton. Rev. J. P Callowav .
district commiss'oner of education. Rev.
C W. Hearon, Big Springs.
Mrs Z. R. Stephens, aged 54 years,
died at her home in this city after s.
siort illness with pneumonia. She had
lived here for the past 20 years A hus
band and two children survive her.
plains IEA pSTOR is
" NOW PRESIDING ELDER.
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Plainview, Tex, Nov. 18 Rev. C N.
Ferguson, pastor of the Methodist
church, south, has become presiding
elder of the Abilene district under
appointment of the late Northwest
Texas conference, succeeding Rev. S. A.
Barnes, who assumes the local pas
torate Rev. Mr. Ferguson has been
in Plainview three years and has built
up a church with 900 members Had he
remained in Plainview another year it
would have been five appointments at
which he has been stationed four years
each, a record in the Methodist church
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THERE was a pretty little story
, told on the last page of a meta
physical magazine recently and
Here is the story. 'and it is full of
A tired woman with a big basket
entered a car
She seemed very weary,- aj.d stag
gered down the car to an empty seat.
Then she sat down and lifted the
heavy basket to her lap.
She moved it from one knee to the
other to ease its weight.
Finally a workingman reached across
the aisle and said to her
'"Madam, if you will set the basket
on the floor the car will carry jou
Take the story home.
Are you not carrying jour basket
on your lap?
Are you not feeling it very heavy
and very hard to manage"
Then set It down on the floor of
There is power enough to carry you
No matter what your faith may be
or what your creed, hold to the con
sciousness of the power of the law if
the Divine Spirit to bring things out
for your best good.
Do not be in a hurry to have it
It will prove itself when you are
No matter how it may seem to 3011
that things are going very badly on
earth, everv centurv the race is in
reality advancing to a higher plane.
Everj thing which is flagrantly evil
is like the raging of fever in the veins
of & sick man. and the fever will turn
at the critical hour Things grow t.-orse
in our politics and in socicl and
industrial matters that thev mav be
cleansed of their impurities eventually,
and that the race may see how useless
it is to try and find happiness in any
way but right ways.
If you are carrying on our lap
the heavy basket of worry over our
politics and our social evils, out i!o.. n
the burden oa the floor of the ca-
Let the Power at the head of the
Invisible Government carrj it along
It will do no good to hold it on
Busy your mind with high ideas 01
oersonal living. Keep straight in vour
own affa'rs be practically unselfish,
give tlio.ipht of good will to your com
petitors and rivals in the field of en
deavor That is a more constructive
work lownrfl bettering the world than
raih.i? at the evils you see about. you,
and it i-- fii-Kh harOr.
Make your home brighter and happier
for your presence in it. Many men
and women believe they are doing their
dutv by their families through hard
work and constant effort to enlarge the
fortunes of those dear to them, yet
they make home the most miserable
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their nervousness and their lack of so
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Seety. and Gcn't Mgr
From the center of a happy, orderly,
cheerful and "peaceful home, bo matter
how small aait bumble it is, each of us
may work owt toward a larger useful
ness. Copyright, 194ft by American-Journal -Examiner.
' I Samuel StlS.
And Hannah prayed, and said. My
' heart rejoiceth in the Lord, mine hora
is exalted in the Lord; m mouth iS
j enlarged o.er mine enemies; because
J I rejoice in thy salvation
There is none holy as the Lord for
there is none beside thee, neither ia
there any roek like our God.
Talk no more so exceeding prondlv;
let not arrogancy come out of youe
mouth, for the Lord is a God of knowl
edge, and by him actions are weighed.
The bows of the might men are
broken, and they that stumbled are
girded with strengtii
They that were full have hired out
themselves for bread; and they that
were hungry ceased, so that the bar
ren hath born seven, and she tnafc
hath many children is waxed feeble
The Lord killeth. and maketh alive:
he bringetn down to the grave, and,
The Lord maketh pk-r. and maketh
rich, he bringeth law. and lifteth up.
He raiseth up the poor out of tha
dust, and lifteth up the beggar from
the dunghill, to set them among
princes, and to make them inherit the
throne cf glory, for the pillars of the
earth- are the Lord's, and he hath set
the woiald upon 'them.
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