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man and woman, handcuffed and bound
to the seat. I approached them and
i.egan io taiK 10 tne Korean policeman,
who, with a Japanese sergeant, was in
( barge of the prisoners, I learned that
l,e was a Christian, a baptized member
of our church; that his parents lived
in the Choon Chun district, and his
father was a lay preacher. He then
told me the story of the prisoners.
These two young people, whose ages
were not over twenty-two or twentythree,
had murdered the woman's husband
and had fled southward ten miles
hoping to escape the law. They had
been tracked, arrested, and were now
on their way to the capital for trial,
which would undoubtedly end in the
death sentence being pronounced. As
1 looked into their faces, their eyelids
dropped and my heart ached as I silently
prayed for them. It is not permissible
to speak to prisoners under arrest,
so I ventured only one word, and that
as if I were sneakiner tn tho nnlli>omon
?"Jesua is able to save if only you
pray to him." 1 wish the curtain might
Pe drawn and the tragedy of eastern
life revealed to you. These two sad
creatures had no trace of crime on their
faces. They looked fairly intelligent,
gentle folk, and only God knows the
reason which overshadowed their consciences
and deceived them into doing
this terrible crime. If only the friends
in the homeland knew the horror of
Korean marriages, how sympathetic
they would be with these unfortunate
A well-known missionary says that
in all Japan there are more than 10,000
people to every Christian worker, including
every Sunday school teacher.
THK GAMBLING CRAZE.
Relative to this increasing and
alarming evil, the Christian Advocate
says: "Some time ago,, at a public
meeting, a Harvard graduate of
18 73, occupying an important position
under the Federal Government (Dr.
Wiley) told his audience that he had
just returned from an intercollegiate
ball game, where every collegian he
met seemed to have a bet on the game,
and where he was himself asked in a
casual way how much he "had on it."
Commenting upon this, a physician
writes: 'If gambling of this sort is
shocking, as the Harvard graduate
Don't Hlda Thorn With a Voll; Rtmovo
Thom With Tho Othlno Proscription
Thia prescription for the removal of
freckles was written by a prominent
physician and is usually so successful in
removing freckles and giving a clear,
beautiful complexion that it is Bold by
druggists under guarantee to refund the
money if it fails.
Don't hide your freckles under a veil;
pet an ounce of othine and remove them.
Kven the first few applications should
show a wonderful improvement, some
of the lighter freckles vanishing entirely.
lie sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength othine; it is this that is
sold on the money-back guarantee.
said, what is to be said of the more
insidious development of the gambling
habit among women? Bridge is fast
becoming, among women, a game for
gamblers only. Many who for a time
held out against the fascinations of
playing for money, now gamble "to
please a friend," or "to prevent the
game from being spoiled." Even in
the homes of those who profess to discountenance
gambling with cards is
frequently seen a mysterious transfer
of money at the close of the game.
without protest on the part of the
hostess.' This physician says: 'As a
medical man, I am convinced that
gambling at cards has had much to
do with the increase of nervous breakdown
among a certain class of women.'
He observes that women who are
mothers are becoming 'a party to practices
which no sensible woman with
children should allow under her roof.'
With an inlook of college young men,
society women and their imitators
gambling in a rapidly-increasing ratio,
who shall say that there is not an
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alarming outlook for the next generation?
How many pastors in the
various denominations will risk temporary
unpopularity and ask and beg
their members to exclude these things
from their homes? How many, if they
will continue, would be allowed to
exercise their solemn functions?"
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schools, giving their services at night,
after the long labors of the school
day, with no reward except the satis
faction of helping to remove from
their State the stigma of illiteracy.
Women of Virginia! Shall these
Kentucky women do more to teach
people to read and write than we are
willing to do to save souls? Shall
they be more loyal to their State than
we are to our Saviour? God forbid!
Who will volunteer? Act promptly;
the time is short. Send application,
with references and testimonials,
to Miss Junta A. Graves, It. 2, Thaxton,
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told wealth and care upon It. He
added to It and enriched it so much
that it came to be called by its name,
as if it were a third temple. He practically
rebuilt Zerubbable's temple,
but without a suspending service in it.
His work took forty-six years.
Tli? Religious Kflfect: The erection
of the Temple consolidated the people
from the religious side made uo
of twelve distinct tribes; they had
only lately been brought together outwardly,
but the unity became more
marked now that it was expressed in
a great house of religion for all the
people, a central shrine. Had Solomon
but been faithful, the outcome
would have been more permanent and
happy. The wondrous Temple also
attracted large attention to the true
religion from th^ outside world, giving
a great object lesson to them as
it testified against the polytheistic
faiths prevailing everywhere else.
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