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WA81I1N0TON, D. a. Not. H.
A plan to admit ox-preeldeuts, os
vice presidents and ex-speakers of tho
houio to the floors ot congress, with
taa privilege o( debate, but not ot
voting upon pending measures, was
broached hero by William J. Bryan.
llryan'a statement waa coupled
Ins the tubjact of a apaclal session,
mid I do not car to advise hint
through the nowspapsrs."
"The question la often aaked.'What
shall we do with out ek-presldenta!' "
"Now that we toon ehall bats two
ex-preeldents and three owlce presl
with a declaration that he favored ajiirnts It might be welt to coaalder
change In the time ot convening cea-
greet, ao that the new aeealoaa would
begin shortly after new members took
office, March i He declined to die
cua an outlook for am extra aaaatam
when President-elect Wilson aasumea
ofilce next eprlag, aaytng:
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midshipmen at the natal academy at
awaaolla ehould wrRa ta UaJted
Maa Saaator Joaathaa Boarae at
hie Pertlaad oHce. 70S Chamber ot
Beaator Boarae la aatltled tu aoml
aata aaa artaetaal aad alx aHeraatea.
Three at taa aHeraatea are to be ap
pelated aa altermatea for Coarad U
Jaeeheoa, wha recaatly waa aoml
aated aa prtadpal aad the ether threo
aHeraatea for the prlaclpal yet to be
aomlaated. Candidates mast take
tho examination for admUsloa either
the third Tuesday la February or the
third Tuesday la April. 1!S. '
At the time of the eaamlaatkm the
eaadldatea aauat be between 16 aad
30 yeara eld.
bay where yea sat taa Terr Mat aa
aaUtr, the meat etyaea palawaa aad
taa meet raMaMe Jewekrfer year
WHABH ALWAYS aUASBO TO
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what you eaty it behooTes yoa
to be particular. If yoa are par
ticular about groceries we want
you for oaejof our customers
We pride owtmItm on the bUh
class good we sell, and the
eaVleat senrlce we glte our
patroas. We bare groceries
far partkular people.
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"The preetdeat-elect la coaalder; 'lioute."
vltnt means could bo employed to
ntlllxo their experience and accumu
lated Information. It seems to me
that the nation might nrall Itself ot
their services and nt the same tlmo
afford them a dignified mesne ot
keeping In communication with tho
! WEEKLY SERMON
W TWO-FOLD DUTY OF A GOOD (III
Wtf aTaWT Ke Me
raatar e lam Ohilsllsa Chart,
Thea aalth he aate taea. Reader
unto Caesar the thlaga which are
Caesar's; aad unto Ood the things
that are Qod'a." Matt 11:11.
la the context wa are told how the
1'harUeea aad Herodlaaa tried to en
tangle Jesus la hie talk. It waa tho
purpose ot these enemies of the Mas
ter to make It appear that Jesus waa
acting aad teaching la a way that waa
opposed to the Roman power. Tbey
desired the death ot Jeeus; but were
powerless to bring It about except
through the Romas gorerameat.
ear waa the oae person to whom
II good Romaaa paid homage.. But
Jesus beloaged to a people who look
ed upon rulers aa thoee who ruled un
der Ood. The Herodlaaa tried to get
him te uphold the Jewish teacbtag lu
a war that would seem to coallct
with the Reman teaching. But to the
mlad of Jaaaa there waa ao eeaSteC
The Romaa'Uw represented 411 aa
thertty; aad Ue Jewish law repre
sented Divine rale. "Thus Jesus rec
ogalaed the two authorities aa dis
tinct la their sphere."
One of the great lessons the
world of today needs to learn from
Jesus la obedience to existing civil
authority. He taught obedience to
cJrll law; but by precept aad by ex
ample. When "the devil Uketn him
up Into aa exceeding high mountain,
and abeweth him all the kingdoms ot
the world, and the glory of them
thea Jesus aalth unto him. Get
thee .hence, Satan," thus refusing to
yield to the temptation to become n
world conqueror. And "when Jeeus
therefore perceived that they (the
Gallleeaaa) would come aad Uke him
br force, to make him klag, be de
parted again Into a mountain himself
His example of uaaaaumlag modes
ty la refreshing ladeed In a time wbea
multitudes of our beat cltUeas are
seeklag puces of civil authority. No
matter hew small the ottee mar be,
the number of aspirants for the place
Increasea front rear to rear. This
thought suggests that there must be
something wroag wltb our govern
ment; or there must be a wrong con-
man and not for the party. Party
loyalty must hold a tower place In
our thought than national patriot
Ism Loyally to Caesar waa a patrl
otic support of, the Itomaa govern'
mvnt; nnd this Caesar demanded ot
all his subjects. Jesus did not rebel
ak-alnst Caesar; neither did he dis
obey the existing laws ot that time.
Hut rather when a question of taxes
was raised, he Instructed We disciples
to pay the amouat oeauaded. Wa
way not consider our present system
ot taxation aa the best poealblo sys
tem: but aa long as It Is the law,
every man should "render to Caesar
the thlnga which are Caesar's." by
paying his honest taxes. Those who
would dodge the tax collector Had ao
example for their practice la the ac
tion aad teaching ot Jesus. Caesar
demanded patriotism aad aaaada!
support; shall Christians do leas for
their goverameat? Let ua reader to
the governmeat oar loyal aad honor
able support; aad, la like manner,
let ua give to Ood Ue things that be
long to 111!
One great mistake that maay are
maklag today la to thtak that whea
tbey have rendered their dee sup
port to the nation their duty aa elt-
liens u fully discharged. Then for
get that there la Oae who aot oaly
raises up nations, but He also briaga
tlieis low, at Hla wlU; aad that the
Word of Ood tells as, "Blessed to the
nation whose Ood la the Lord." His
tory teaches that civilisation, aad
nign stanaaroa or mo, bare never
risen higher than the national con
ception of Ood. To this coaeeptloa
we usually apply the term "religion."
,The statement that there are na
tions or tribes which possess no re
ligion rests either on Inaccurate ob
servation or on n confusion of Ideas.
No tribe or nation baa yet been met
with destitute of belief la any higher
beings, and travelers who sissrtsd
(heir existence have been afterwards
refuted by facta. It is leglttmste,
therefore, to call rsllgjoa, la Its mere
general sense, aa universal phenom
enon of humanity." Prof. TUle.
The religious sesse ef hamaaKr
culminates In Jeeus of Nasareth. Hs
But go to Us Shasta sad buy
Twos ty-f our dltereat breads
aar of whlcVwUl clesae roar
teetb and sweeten your breath.
Tl Mia a to
ceptlon of our government In the uueht h ... ...a w .
mlada of many of those who seek that w. .hM i.m w.. '.T.TT'
places of civil authority. The ques- Petber, and oura. "Hs was obedient
lion of whether or not a man la fitted '..ni h.k r,, .... ,. I
for" the place be seeks to occupy is lovln. oid'i.M t ". .ZZZ7
Terr oftea considered rerr lightly. If nala and aa a natloa.
at all. Political iaflueace oftea Ju. ,. k.ji .. .k. .
couata more la the selection ot a can- of the state. . uaght that U.r."
dldate for oMce taaa the ability of 'another kingdom, .too. aai ttsVme.
the candidate to coaduct the business must h n. t.i. .."' .TT
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1 Jeeus looked' upon such places aa
places of temptation; sad such they
bare proved to be to many men ot
our time., Only the best men are lit
to receive our support for places of
trust. The Increase la the number
of Independent voters shows that the
spirit of our time to to rote for the
dom which Jesus ratne to establish.
Tho principle that umlerllta every
thing that he said and did Is love.
This thought was expressed by Napo
leon when he said: "Alexander, Cae
sar, Charlemagne, and myself found
ed great empires, but upon what did
tho creation ot our genius depend?
Upon force. Jesus aloue fouaded bis
empire on love, and to this rery day
millions would die for him." Thsre
Is another difference between Jesui
and thNO other great characters.
Whlln each of them founded an em
plro for himself! Jesus founded his
for Ills rather, and for the good of
nil men. Theirs were for men ouiyi
but Jmut Included Otd as well At
men. Ho gave as the law for his
kltiKdomt "Thou shall love the l.ord
thy (lod with all thy heart, and with
all thy soul, and with all thy mlad.
This It the first and great command
mnt.. And the second Is Ilka unto
V Thou shall love thy neighbor as
thyself. On these two commandments
hsng all the taw and the prophets.
Tho law ot love muit have back ot It
the spirit ot love which la above all
law, "In lu voluntariness." "It to
just this distinction between the law
of love and the Oodllke liberty of
lore which distinguishes the dlspea
satlon ot the law from the dispense.
lion of the,oOpel."
There are many men today who
recognise that they owe lomethtsg te
the state, but will not admit that
they owe aaythlng lo Ood. There
fore they fall short of readerlag "to
(lod the thlnga that are God's." Ws
need In the church a spirit of liber
ality that recognises that mea owe
all they have and are lo Ood. We
have recently read or the liberality
of men who believe la great political
principle. What the members of the
church need la lo feel that their
cause will succeed, or tall, la a mess.
ure equal to the liberality aad en.
ihuilasm. More liberal giving, aad
more earnest support of the work at
home, and In the foreign fleld. woald
be some evidence that ws sre render
ing "to (lod the .things that are
God's." As a nation we mar bejust
ly proud of our history. Rut oar
great achievements In war aad Inven
tion will not take the place of re
ligion. The founders of our repub
lic were men of deep reHgloee con
viction. They recognised the teach
ings of tie Word ef Ood la maay
ways. Waahlagtoa, la hla farewell
Address, said: "Of sll ths disposi
tions and habits which lead to polit
ical prosperity, retlgtoa aad morality
are Indlspeaslblo supports, la vela
would that maa claim ths tribute of
patriotism who should labor' to sub
vert those pillars of human happi
ness, these firmest props ot the du
ties of men aad cltlieaa. The mere
politician, equally with the pious
man, ought to respect sad cherish
(hem. A volume could aot trace all
their connections with private aad
public felicity. Let It simply be asked,
Where Is the security for property,
for reputation, for life, If the sense of
religious obligation desert the oaths
Hhlch are the Instruments of Invsetl-
gbtlon In courts of Justice? Aad let
us with caution Indulge the supposi
tion that morality can be malaUlssd
without religion. Whatever mar be
conceded to ths lafleeaee of reteed
-duration on mlada of peculiar struc
ture, reason aad experleaee both for
bid us to sxpect that astleaal moral
ity can prevail la exclusion of roWgl
out principle." These words of pro
found wisdom ought to have a pe
culiar meaning to us today, whea our
tourts of justice are being so as-
v-rely criticised. Perhaps the lack
ot the religious sesss on the part of
the police oncers and wltaesses to as
much, if not more, responsible for the
miscarriage ot justice lhaa the judges
who preside over our courts. The
tlmo has come for every good eHlsea
to think of God's part In our .welfare.
Every oae who would injure the
cause of religion Is an enemy of our
national life. " Reader therefore unto
Caesar the things which are Caesar's;
and unto Ood tba things that are
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