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cially to the grammar schools of the
county, and a prize was given to the school having the highest percentage of their attendance present, which prize was secured by the Pala school, of which a young lady of the United Presbyterian congregation. Miss Ruby Anderson, is principal. Special evenings were given to stu dents of the High School, the State Normal School and of the College of the Pacific. Patriotic Day was appropriately celebrated, and Dr. Biederwolf gave two of the strongest temperance ad dresses San Jose has ever listened to. As a partial rsult. at least, the county of Santa Clara voted dry in the re cent election. The choir social and the sacred con cert were very enjoyable and events long to be remembered. The people of San Jose have certainly been re freshed and revived mentally, mor ally and spiritually through the in strumentality ot' the Biederwolf meet ings. The singing was grand. The choir was highly commended and ap preciated for its devotion and effi ciency, the faithfulness of which was spoken of as a factor in the success of the meetings. The orchestra was also quite a feature. Many walked the sawdust aisles to shake hands with Mr. Biederwolf. Pledge cards were given them to sign. While the Biederwolf party conced ed that a meeting of great power had been held and a great work had been accomplished, they realized that local hindrances prevented the results from being as great as they might have been. They have been accustomed to larger and better results in other fields. ochurcheetao etao eta eta slirdlunib The number of converts is esti mated to be about one thousand. The expenses of the entire meeting were about $ 15,000, whereas similar meet ings usually* cost about $13,000. The evangelists realized that San Jose is a hard place to work in and said they had much sympathy for the pastors in their difficult field of labor. A high standard for the churches was emphasized. Mr. Biederwolf is worthy of commendation for speaking strongly against the introduction into the churches of anything of a worldly nature; he said that the Church is bringing too much of the world into it and stooping too much to the things of the world. In general the work was very sat isfactory; it was not all that we could have hoped for, but it was well worth the effort and expense, and the moral and spiritual life of the city lias re ceived a decided uplift. ? United Pres byterian. Whatsoever sort of wisemen they were before, now they begin to be wisemen ifideed when they set them selves to inquire after Christ. ? Mat thew Henry. Men do not enter heaven because they have seen the shadow of the Sovereign, but because they have em braced and loved and served the Sa viour. ? Joseph Parker. Here Are the Opinions of Some Eminent Authorities I>r. J. H. KELLOGG, Supt. Battle Creek Sanitarium. 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