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Tort Townscnd, Sept. 28. The shin
J. 11. Thomas, reported off Cape 1'lat
tery yesterday In distress, arrived here
nt 2 n'rlockthts morning In tow of the
Sea Lion. The Thomas nailed from Ta
conm September 20th with 1800 tons of
roal. On the 24th, during n severe gala
she sprang a leak, and as the water
kept gaining on the pumps slio headed
for the Straits. Upon nrrlvlng her
there was seven and a half feet of wa
ter In her hold.
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FATHER BOARNAN ON
SUBJECT LAST EVENING
Catholic Cathedral Crowded By People
Anxious to Bear Talented Speaker
Large Numfcer of Pro
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Tathcr Marshall Honrmnn of St
I.ouls held the attention of hundreds
of people In the Catholic Cathedral last
night. While the majority present
were Catholics or sympathlicrs of the
church, there was a goodly' representa
tion of I'rotcstants In the nudlence.
The priest spoko on the suhject of the
confession of sins and In beginning his
lecture, he snld, "It Is my easy and
pleasant task tonight to prove to you
that Almighty flod himself has cstnb
llshtd the confession of slni for the
priests." Father Iloarman then con
tinued. In part, oh follows:
'This confession of Bins, as demand
ed by God In the old law. Is not the
sacramerftal one. It was the condition
that and Imposed upon this chosen
people. I brine this forward to you",
that from the beginning Ood demanded
the confession of sins.
I ask the question: 'Could Al
mighty Ood confer the power upon
some men to forgive sin make them
Ills agents give thorn, the power to
forgive sin by 111b aid and by Ills
power!' All Christians will say 'Yes.
because If you say 'No,' you blaspheme
God. for He Is omnipotent .and haa
powei1 In all things. If He wished to
do It, Ho certainly would do so.
"Another question: 'Old Almuhty
Ood give to some men the power to
forgive sin?' There Issue Is tn'ken.
Some say He never did. I say He did
give It. Then the proofs devolve upon
me. 1 can give you them to your satis
faction. First of nil, wns not Christ a
man? True, He wns the Son of God,
but he was a man both trno body and
a true soul. Christ farg'ave sin. No
Christian will certainly rtny that
Christ had the "power to forgive sin.
lie said, 'Go and sin no more thy
sins arc forgiven. There were men
who put 1 1 tin to death
these npostlcs received from Christ
the power to forgive sin, but the ques
tion Is about the mission of the Cath
olic church today and Its confession of
sins. It Is 2000 J ears since the power
was given to man. The priests claim
to have the samo power today. Then
you ask of me, where did you get that
power to preach. I say becnuse the
Scripture s.iys so. Where did you get
the power to baptize? Wo get that In
the same way as the power to forgive
sin. Christ established u, churchy a
church that Is stronger today than In
all the previous 2000 years, though nil
the world and IJnnl has combined
against her. Thojnoro bIio Is persecut
ed,' the stronser she grows.
"There are objections made against
the confession of sins by the priests.
Fome say, 'Catholic priests hear con
fessions simply for the purpose of
making money from these poor, Ignor
ant people. Just grinding the money
from than.' I say that no one can
over say that a priest ever exacted a
penny from nny one for the confession
of his sins. Another will Bay, 'I can't
Imagine why you' go to the trouble ot
hearing confessions, unless It Is just
for the snke of learning nbout other
people's tumble and lives.'
"Let this objector come with mo for
a month. If he can stand It, and let mo
rous.e him every morning nt -I. and let
me put him In the confessional box
for two or three hours, nnd In another
It U a ture. info ftntt quick remrtlj,
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tered fortunes, John I Sullivan has ar
rived on his natlvo heath to visit his
relatives and make plans for beginning
life iinew. Sullivan Is very cmpbntln
Is no fun In It.'
"I had a little experience once with
the President," said n local profession
titer use for tho gin mill business.
"I am going to begin nil over again." I
says Sullivan. "I have had several
oilers, l,may go Into tho show bust
ucsa ngnln, giving a monologue In vnu ,
.aHtn n.l 1 n. n t . in fllt.fl fi nil f.lV. '
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that these men always raised an objeo
tlon when Ho forgave 'slu. They said,;
'Why, Christ, Is but n man; this, man
claims the power to forglvo Bin; that
Is blasphemy.' When they made this
objection our divine Sailor wrought J
mlrnclo to show that Ho had the pow
er to forglvo sin. Ho came to a llttlo
house and there was a man bcoughl
to Him sick of the palsy. 11? was low
ered Into the house by way" of the roof.
He said to tho mnn, 'Son, be of good
heart; thy sins arc forgiven thee.
a! man. "which left a most pleasing co giving athletic exhibitions.
memory vof his thoughtfulncss. I was "Czolgosz." he said, "is a brute, and,
on a lo'ciPnfter dinner prpgrnm and ,jCI1(h by electricity- for such n man U
had been assigned to the last position not enough. If I had my way I would
among the toast rcsponclers. .Major take Herr Most nnd nil of his stripe. I
McKInlcy It was n few months beforn pt tbem orfn 'derelict, tow 'cm out to
his nomination preceded me. Thi ton atu et Vra shift for themselves
MnJor'H address was Bcholarly nnd elo- noosevelt has a wholo lot of horse
quent, and somewhat extended. When sense The country will be safe In hl
ho finished there was much applause hands." I
nnd conBldernblo clattering of glas3cs, Carrie Nation, he declared, Is a fa-
and nulto n number of tho guests dB klr. sho Is In the reform game." he
was natural, because tho hour was Mj, -for what she ran get out of It."
Into pushed back their chairs and Sullivan will remain In Iloston until
started for tho xlnors. 1 did tho best 1 rext week, and by that tlmo ho hope
could, omitting u good deal of what I (n hare tils plans for the future settled,
meant to siy, and bringing up my ell- -
max with n sharp turn.
"Well. Just ns soon as the" guests
nloso fiom the table the Major met mo cjall Francisco, Sept. 28. Tom
with outstretched hand, nnd told ma o'llnurlteV wonderful Dentine ma.
It happened . 1,I1W thoroughly he appreciated thrt rl,im,( Joo Wnlcott, demonstrated In a
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.K E WAI.COTT WON.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
handicap from which I suffered ns tho mu5t ,i00isvc manner his superiority.
Inll-ender of a long program, and add- ovcr (jcorgo (Jardncr In their battle at
ed that I should phllosorhlcolly re- Mechanics' l'avlllon last evening. The :
member that 'It-was a position that Uout wtnt ,i,c nmt nnil Walcott was
somebody had to fill, nnd ho wns quite nWardcd tho decision by ltefcreo Jack ,
sum that I brotighUw tho rcor with Wclch. Conccdlne seventeen or elgh
flying colors nnd that tliey were all ttcn ,)ouma to tho man who was ere
flying In the right direction. It was ,,Ut,a wlth bcus tIl0 mj,B weight
neat and It was comforting, nnd It wni champion, the dusky demou won from
McKlnley thoughtfulncssall over. Yes, hlm n ,le way- Two roun(Ig wcro
and before wo separated for the night nbout c,cn an(1 Wolcott hal a decided
ho shook me by the hand ngaln, nnd eaa In the other eighteen. He dropped
repealing someining 1 nan snm in mo Gardner In tho first round with a short
He thought his soul needed help more urso of my llttlo speech, expressed rm ,Rllti a,j (t looked as If tho fight
than his body. The, scribes and l'lmrl
sees present mnda thelf objection.
They said, 'This man blasphemes; how
can He forghe sin; no ono but Ood
only.' Christ snld, 'That you may
knuw tho Son of Man can forgive sin
I say to this man. Arise, tako up thy
bed and walk.' Tho people wondered
that such power had been given to a ' " .'.' ,'"' ..,',.,... Delay In tho Treatment uf lironchltlii.
mari-thc power to forglvo sin. as well ""'" P''ng si.usuuire.. wlilc-li generally begins with n chill, ha
as tho power to heal tho body. I ,vns ,T,ava' ,,y, U' "',c0y of a fcvcrMl aHack and a feeling of ex-
"Now ihrn Hip nnlnt nrrlvps ri 1.1 Peculiar dlsllko of mien to the odor of hnustlon. develops Into very serious
tho desire to, hear me again under less mlIll cmI qcky, ,Xt Gardner ro-
nurncd circiimsinntes. uieveiana r0Vl.re,j an though several times in
Plain-Dealer.. Jeopardy, ho stayed till tlie end.
' ' Walcott put up 11 wonderful fight
GETTING HID OP MICH. , He wns hero, there and everywhere,
.- .. .... . - r. 1 1 1 . "id Gardner could nof get nt him nt
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bus Instituted n series of experiments ' .
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IlaptlsL' Another said, -'Thou art th """
Christ, tho Son of Ood.
'Amen, I say to thee, flesh and blood
have not taught you this, but my Fa
ther which Is In Hinvcnp upon this
rock will I build my church.' Noverl
leforo or since havo bucIi words becni
addressed to mortal mnn. 'Whatsu-I
ever thou shalt find on earth thou wilt 1
f.mt in heaven, and whatsoever thou
loso upon earth, that will yo find 'In j
heaven.' Ho was speaking ot losing
mo only nuruen man inn not wish 10
carry. There Is only ono burden that
of'sln. Christ flnnlly gjvo to Ills disci.
pics the power to forglvo sin.
"I caro not who you arc. or who you
are. buL I defy you to formulate In I
icicarcr wonts innu uiinsi uiu mm iucu
t that He had given 'to Ills disciples the 1
power 10 rorgive biu. 110 bbiu; iw
cetvo yo the Holy Ghost; whose sins ye
shall forglvo they are forgiven them, '
and whose sins yo retain, they are re
tallied.' He did not say: 'Whose oins
Ood forgave No. What Ho did Bay
was: 'Whoso sins you you you
forgive.' I aBk now, did those men
have the power to forglvo sin or not? ,
If you say they did not, then you do
not believe, what lyrist said. As .1
Christian, you will say, 'Certainly,
theso men did have tho power to tor
give.' He gave them Judicial power,
which bo ratifies In heaven. Christ
gnvo us Judgis, and ho established a
court In His own church. Ho appoint
ed them to forglvo sin and pass Judg
ment upon them. To bo Judges they
must havo been appointed
"A man, will say that ho will con
fess directly to Ood. '
"Christ has Instituted this power In
man, nnd nil that a' mnn must do Is to
confess his sins beforo the Judges ol
Christ nnd submit to their will, as hs
I would bcfoio the Judges of tho land,
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