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-.ý .-ý, a / ý ý " .;1 " ta·9ý"'~" ;ý: - iiassrtfuor. Cu**m.. fel. my* * --t- Itussell of tllhe Brltoklyn taberhaLcle Ireuched here twce. IHe addrlessed large audiences It the operah hot1l0 . IVt hald exceellent ttentioni. We report hen of his diseburt's fiom the follow flog text: "Cast not away therefore ytf ur confrl dolnce, which bIth griat reclmpents ofI reward."--Hebrre*u 10: . Our English woid confrlence is Ia i-vnonym ficr faith. It Is n very pretty thought that We dihtild not cas't away our faith. -buRt hold firmly to It and gall a reward. This thought is axbrwºsd4 elsewheti in the scriptures, hlot It In not the thought of our text. Here the word cohfldenicte lore prlnptrly slgnlifle i;luranlee or out-spoklentnots, courage ous lpcrsentation of a tmessage not always kindly rec.lvled. 'The apostle is ilrging the followers oif Christ to e of good courage, or. in the hlngtat*e of the. 4avlor, that they should not put their "light under a btishel, hut on a c.andleatlk," ,wvher. It ivould alltin out for the btesping of men. There is a practlcdl aIde to the gos ptl. Everythihg enjoin(Ad upon the followers of Chrilt and all their 'trytlng e.xlperlenves In life are wisely Intended to work out for theilt chctracfer-do velolpmecnt of good, firm, Tfle texture. It is a mintle to thihkl, an mine of cts have thought In the past, that It Is the will of tillt that vie should merely hear of ChriSt and give a nominal as sent to the messaiet of His death as our Redeemer and turn from outward f'toris of sin-and then, contented with our progress, help others to the sanme low standards. The Father Does the Drawing. Quilte to the contrary, the teachings of Jesus and His apostles Ignore. the world its a whole anti merely seek for iI speclal claus with hearing cars ild appreciative hearts. The goslel mens sage set forth In the Bible knows noth Ing of the ordinary mnission work of t..scuing drunkards and hurlots and the profane. Witlle not refusing pub. ',tons and harlots it did not go about -stking them. It waited for thalt to seek for righteousness and, as tcihe Muster said,. "No mutn can come unto M. except the Father which sent Me drtaw him"; "iand whosoever culneth IIIIt, Ue I will in no wise cast out," (John vi, 387, 44, 113). As a matter of fut, LthoJse will)ho eCle to theill Mast'erL lanld thllse whoII, have ihen Intterested ini Ills mr.tnige ever since, have not, iin lany large proportion, hbeen the rich, I(he great, the learned, the ntoble, net. cotrding to the course of this wrldl, but chiefly the poor, rich In faith toward otcr (;ud. Take as an illustrtion t it. Paul's 'course' when he went to AtheCns. We( id, not find that lie started a milsi.on Stundtiay sc:hool andl offered the chll MISSOULIAN Bookbinding Department MANUFACTURING BLANK BOOKS, RULINGS AND LOOSE-LEAF BINDERS AND SHEETS OUR SPECIALTY. ANY SPECIAL FORM, SIZE OF SHEET OR STYLE OF BINDING CAN BE FURNISHED. COME AND SEE WHAT WE CAN DO. FOR YOU, THAT YOU MAY NEED. ALL OUR WORK PLEASES. WE CAN PLEASE YOU. MissoulianPublishing Co. 181 West Main Street, Missoula, Mont. dinl thle prospects of a piohlic or a unlday school treat, In order to gather lthat for a half hour's talk about ntothing, "To keep them off the street." Neither did he neek out the drunkards in the slums and establish a slum lmis sidn. On the contrary he sought the c.td of the intelligent laises, the think. Inl classes, Irrespective of their wealth or statlon. Why? Blecause he had a message- -n messae wlhich chif dren could not understand; a message wniloh drunkards were incapacitated from understandingl a message -which shbuld appeal, if at all, to the best people of Athens, whether rich or pdor. Have we not had, to a considerable ettent, the wrong ides? Are we wiser than the Lord and the apoioes alnd able to give them pointers as to mh.thods Instead of follwling their ex iample. as we were instructed to do? They proclaimed the second coining of Messiah and the establishment of Hisl klhgdoin. They preached that tile very dbject of His reign of rish|teousness tote a thousahd yeats will be the put tlhg down of sin In its every form and the liftintt up of poor, fallen humanity. They taught that there was danger of attemptting to make a proselyte and really doing more harm than good thereby. They taught that the special work to whtich God's people are now commnissioned us ministers or servants of Christ Is the proclaiming of the gospel-"the good tidings of the king dom"-not the iproclaimning of eternnl torment nor the attempt to drive the world of nmnkind from siln through fear. They taught that the work of this present age is thile electionl from amongst mnlitltid of the hride class, to be Messlaht' asuoclatte in His kingdom for the blessing of all the world. It Is tills message of the goodness of tiod that our text declares should he pro claimed with courage, with boldness, with outspokenness. A Great Fiaht of Afflictions. Ht. Pnlt is eritikizing 1some wIho hldtl '(fr quite aI. time Isten t.'hristins ald who had bIen granlted large o)p nw tuitinite for growth in grace anutI knoet ledge. He says to th.ese. "l'or the tineh ye ouight to be teIachers, )but ye need that onle teach you agaln whichll be tlhe first principles of lt tl doctrine of ('hrlst." They hnd lost the first principles. They lad gotten enltalgled with vain pthilosoIhlos uand their spirit unlity was at n low hibb. Conlitions are very similar today. After 18 cen turlns of Divine Instruction and with the WOnlderful Biblles now a;t our c'mtt mand aitd with helps for 1ible,. nidly. what manner ols f C(hritinlls (Iought we to be -inII faith. Itn love, iii obediencte, in coullrag! St. Paul points ouLt tilihe (' neisity for the l (rd's Ipeople 1to asIemble thelm seltves together for fellowshllp and for tile study of Ils word, atnd to leovks one another to love and good works. The necesslty for this, he suggests in that sin on the part of those nwho have received a knowledge of the truth and been made partakers of the Holy Spirit Is a much more serious matter thian the same conduct would have been be fore they cumne into the precious re latlonship of spirit-begotten children of God. He says, "l"or if we sin after that we have received a knonvledge of the truth, there rIomaineth no more il sat'rilice for slits. hut a certain fearful looking for of coudemltiltin and fiery indignation hilllh shall devour us as tnotl' aldversearles.' (vl'r.vc 1'8, 17). Have we grasped the import of the thought? It signifen that theo. of us who have eseaped thie |)ivinlt, Int'ls and entered the family of (ind will have no future opportlllity in anlth.Ier life. We must either make our "call ing and election sore" under the terrms of the call, as iacepted, or be rejected as unworthy oflite everlastilng--as fit for the seeond deatlh-annihilation. lie wiho d'lrpised Moses' law died without net1y. Rut lie thion, liavltig clnle to it elntlr knowl'dlge of the trlthU, shall ble found a willlng ltnner, will not only fie cut off from it further opportunity In tde present nge, but he everlastingly cut off from lift,. dlestroyed. "God is stle to 'destroy both soul anid body" the prest'nt lif, andlc our futlure hope. These thloughts shnulid mnke very earnest, Very dilllltent. all who have accepted Christ and been accepted by Nevertheless Be Not Discouraged. I Three things 'were wl'ttlvnl, not only 1 for the Hebrew Christilnls of St. I Paul's day, but intendld hy the Holy I SHpirlt for all the householueh of faith. We should not rock ourscelves t sleep. T nor give to each other opiat's.e Whitle the worthl s not yet on trial for etel'rnal life, the chlurch is Inow betig tlestetid- for life or dleath eternal. Thit thought r slhotlll sober us. Am the ipostll,' sug- I geast . "Ie dlllllgent, n , " snler." h' fallthful, following in the footstepsl of Jesus. But St. Paul or, rather, tite I lyh Spirit through him, took cognizancel.' of the fact that the lord's people are in a world that is "no friend to grae't , to help them on to liod." Tthe anlpsttih I recognilzed that we might become ills cunlrlaged .with our own faults and weaknesses. Hence, after earnestly exhorting to faithfulness andt energy and after pointing out the dangers of slthfulne.ss and of being over-chltrged wtllh the car's of this llfe and the dle epitfulness of riches iand thus losing the spirit of Christ, he turns from this threatening attitude and uses encour aging words. Ii. says, "('all to tmindi tihe former days in which, following your illuml nllllon of the II 'ly Spirit. you endured a greaut fight f afIflictolns." St. Paul's Intimation is that at that time, while, suffe'Cring persrcuntlons, the ,brethren were really In a better, mlore alive, spliritual condition than later. The prosi.rlty, privileges. freedom from iersecutituin enjoyed, had made t(hem sloUiful iand less collirageous. hie would haveI' them and us call to minnd the victorl e V won In the past, that we migllit huve courage for tlm pr-esenlt and the future. How gracious, how hellpful, are all the plronvisions of our tGod for those who nowl hear His call alnd sthek to walk int Jesus' stelsm! To thIlese he guarantier's that ieve'ry expert nele of life which His pirovidence shall permit shall work for good, for ble'ss Ing, for valuabl, experlence and edu catlion along lines of rlghteousuess and character develolpment. Two Classes of the Faithful. In timle of war not all can go forth as soldiers. ,ome, unfit for such service, miay perform a useful part at home supporting, encouraging, send Ing supplies to those'at the front, etc. And soit it Is in tile armly of the Lord: Jesus is the captain of all thus(' who volunturily enlist ams soldiers of tile cross to battle against sin, especially in themselves-fighting a "good fight of faith" and overcoming the spirit of the world which sulles all about thenl, threatenlng to overwhelm themi as new creatures in Christ. St. Paul intimates a strong persecu tion, openly manifested by the worldly sl)pirited, satan-deceived people of God. He says, "Yu endured a great fight of affllctiofis, partly whilst ye ,were made a gazing stock boUt 'by reproaches and afflictions and partly whilst ye be c'amne coinpanions of theln that were so used. IFor ye had conlassion of Me in My bonlds, and took joyfully the supollilg of your goods," (verses '"-34). it. Paul and others promlnont umnoligst the Lord's followers natural ly would receive thc btrunt of satan's attacks. It Is piresuned that the epis tlc of whlich our text is a part was written while kit. Paul was a prisoner at Iome. Fellow Jews, to far froln being sympatthetic 'for u. coulltryman, reproiaclhed him 0s a traitor, unirtiou dox, nsekl4ng to teaour dowll thie work of God and to iglnore the Divine prom Ises btloellglig to Israel and their su cred traditions. 13y the ,HIIIaliu, too, lie was regardcd with usapletol, as one glvling allegiance to aliotlher kiig, Jesue, und not therefore dispused to use Ils Hunain citizenshlip speciaully for the pride andil glory of thIe ciipire. St. Paul declares that thus lilaclf and thos. \who, espouse thile cUuse of tilhe L.rd arte dil'lsiised and mejected b)y all. He stsa tihait we are counted as tit' filtlh 14d1 olffscourig of the earth that Willhich lnobody cares forl or valuesH, but which all would like to get rid of, as the ilarknimss always haltes thile llghtt altd seeksl to iuelncll It anld reigns coln Iplletely omily whien all lights are cx tliiguishiiid. Chrlistiuns, far and near, elthi'r by .xpiressilng syliUpathy for thei apostle .r fllowshilipplIg with himi, or I by defending hhi froim thile unjust andl 'naliclous .latnders circulated against him, thereby txpltosed thlenlmselves to Similar replroacllen anud dinseste.um, op poosltlon froln thei' neighbors, etc. History tells us of \various terrlbl' porsecutlons of the C:hrlistians by the Romllan emperors. It declares, for in stance, that to gratify his dlepraved mind Nero, the elnmperor, caused a cer tali portloll of the city of Rome to be burned by Incendiaries apd that when he found h1o. angry the 'peuple were he Iblatmedll the entire mattler upon thloe tnuffensive C'hrlistians - partly, no doubt, because these hlad no frlends, either at court or amongst the people. They could . be blamed with impunity and the emperor's own vicious crim Inality would titus be hidden. O(n thill account hundreds <ei c'lhisthllns wiere publictly and brutally put to death. "Greoat Reoompense of Reward." 'Poor ithiu an nIattt f itsl it diricult to stand ii.ntle with (;lid and \lith the few who are oin his stide --th ..si. if rightetusitess and truth W1hrtl, .,ildl tionally, tlhetre cail s icrsecuttin it tries th rl, htavrts, p' .,s their bti i;lty This Is exactly what ti Lord de.sig1ts. lit' is nov kin'CIttg a spMi ua i'htiss of O ellritllr Is I i'e .1 ' ilt I- irIs . silt Ills iotnt on tihe spirit 1,'. , nas the Itrl|l oi MNt.sioiti. 'rht ro gl, th.- s' iht' litenld shortlty tio grtui to fI :l l r it. thIrolgll itrrnt'l, ti tfll nI' lt ind lt* rt l ti us blisi - rlgtitt-. t tt atit u tlultu nll, l tI- tilt ill. ' I f lt hiifi'tiitt int i utr itt 0t r tit a-' rciintrr ta hii t ilaltilr iit t lu t k ,.ti l, e Iln the. il t str ctit'llnt ld Itit dlfl t of hur ts it llt is nlt'.e.Pu'slrn i rtrh tht t alld otIes shot, h he o strong Cl trlnet, r-col i oif theii r ith ste r, in tl- lirlt lof tltri r at LtIi. To tilt' In thol ly. - TIt ht' o ,im thlat o.iv'llittl t rth will Is tu irtht it wilth Mi" iln My t nht'im l\n athi Is ili erm.nie., aid niI .t Illdown it h lllt Myl t0I' cIin Iradtily eg, honitri me otlllrll, thi more prominent follhiwers of the Lord Nht sufferediml, rtl r nl.rtl b, null se of their luoyity to lh.it prinetiples of lglht huldlltsns and I t i ixptiure houletr would be it iounted orertnlii it'er alnd membmhers of the kineno., clsns. But soametnies It Is difflcuit for us to dlis c'rr clearly how thlt- ',.n prdlnictlit, l4- si prel t tlntd i1n s. tuicll 'wilth (ot tl. ltl. iaultl riu Ant prloveI thtil they miand well-that God tlnts thcan in as martyrs, its faithful tuti death, if thety he ie the, iartyr spirit, It they ,are loyil, couragenisi for the truth, even thoughit thtey never seal thil" tentlh ony at the, stake, eiv#n thougli they .vr "r ar- touilit.d worthy of openi , or 'ptlh opposition ol persecuti 'it. Hlre., ' ' an encmlirage'mrent fo* all and th Is i ',x autly wthant St. Paul ,.ii-lh stitutlitih uill it) In the words of our text. We Must Let the Light Shine. lh, atrs, "('Cast not ao \. therefore, your" ioutpkennonlus, wthlch hbth great recompense of reward.'' Thll Lrd has not promlsed n great rewl'd l to u4 far merely believing, mei'reI" trunting, and hi a t'acwardly manner kenning our light hidden lest Its exposure should bring to us persecultion or roproarh. He seekleth not such. Such will not 1sr eoinlted worthy of a place In the king Ten Thousand Nurses ED ,.K..4' c·· IRS Red Cross design to symbolize this department of the Red Cross organiza. t:on. Upper right, Miss Mabel 8oardman, head of the executive committee of the Red Cross, and active in its management. Below, Ernest P. BicknelI, national director of the American Red Cross, who has been active in the movement to organize the Red Cross nursing service. Wanhlingtoin, I,',b. 2'.-A red crosw I on white groull ,nelircled by the i words, "Amelrla.n Nationlolllll Red (Cros1 Nurse," Ii letters oif gold on blue I enamnel, thie whole encl,)osed in al Il uret 1 wretith-tllhis is the official eihblhi of 1 the nursing se.rv'l' of tlhe Alimerlican Red Crloss, llland no higher honor canll I'e bestowed lupon It ulllr that the right I to wear thil Is bldge, for It ml(eans thlt I hile IN pledgedl' to the ser'i'ct of hIer country. This tellblent iN protectetd by liuw, and still fulrtlher t)o preve|nt Its improper use each budge In numberedll and the namles and addresses of the nlurses to whoal tlhey are instled trle oil file in the ied ('roes office in Wash iigton. The selection of thce nurses In one of the most iilmprtant duties devolviing upon the ited Crotss, and 1sot important indeed did this duty seem that a na tional eomlnlttee ,Ion Red ('rons Llnuring service Was iappotitted by the war re lief board of tlihe American iteld ('rtesn in Deembelnhr, 1909). This etlllloitt'ee, conlsiating of iiii' membeitrs reprc'set Ilg the Nurses AHaoelatioll Alumnae of the lniteId State' and Nix tmemblers representinlg the A erl('eaun Itiedl ('rous, was nmadte responslible for the olrganil zatlul of i l"il atlctuatelr personnellll whic'h shall be at all times available for serv itce under the banneItlr of the lited 'ress. The mrlagnlitude of this unldertaking naty bo ildictted ity the following fig urles. During thlt last year of the civil war thellor' were t'04 general hospitaln under the control of the riedleal de partment i f the' IUnited Stutes army, with a cpacitl ty of 130,804 beds. If the inedi'atl dlepartm(ent of the* rminy of 1805 lha undertaken to fur nish a nrlllsring serv\'ie comlparable with thalt which is ed(Ndidell red Ilecessary ini our large hospitalst today an army of over 27,000 nurses wtould have eeon re iluired. There were, however, nol trained nurses available in those dark years of tile civil war, but today there are 50,000 women who have graduated from training schools for nurses, than which there are none (better in the world, and from these the lied Cross hopes to enroll at least 10,000 nurses-- 10,000 selected Wulilmen who are not only vouched for by the schoolswfor nurses; from which they have graduated, but are recommended by well-known mean hers of their own profession. The system of enrollment adopted by - the Red Cross is a luarantee to the domr which Is to bl,.s ithe world. $t. 1'o1ll els.where, dee'tree, "if wu deny Hine. Hi xill also deny uls." (11 Timlllhy ii, I 1) If we have a-cetpted the Lord as our lounetllor. guide. .;lptain. tnachr. exempl:lar. bl.ideg'rn. nm Ilh" exprets if tit, nuattage tlo 'o1ntralsC Hin E' a rlt Atnd tlont all suitable land iproper Illo iions I let our ligIht so shi|n, I. ' " l It ' 11111 .il tly lit ) it ntrI t.1hict is Ii hi l.'l Ir' I" MlttheWr V. I1. t.lt)r good l orks aor to 1no ae otlil with tle Mlstor'sr teithingl that. hiltoever ice In a ) h e rI, p r, . ,..-It b y o th ers, .11 willt IkP r s lilt inti llty~ w' ad* take ka letlt , of tit hat ii , h v tiitill ien Li:th ,1ems Irlnt h v' I.IaRrned lof Hint. Th ' t. hottllh itt : , ll me thalt eut i I r ge.lli hi iohl h iiii-tt 1 ort.noIfi.t, at tiliar , i l h i..'stl '. i. bilt tiht . lOt the altioe ' hl a ll' Ir u ht op.' ' sittt n ,v l pL . .rl s'i ut' on fnh n thy i. le irsurt ,til l fruit :tllt Iri tll u il t- l'llr. 1it hit h i ll ."lng In l'1,r f ti tfu l hliwttr of klt.sil itt'st-t' hIe i. n on 1 s lr- uslt sho t his I it lltl lI be htt llgr.tnlt alin foeig t in 'tartl tvarfatre, either with s.w.rd.. or :citiel's.. o t tI)lC ciic Ilrtit tl·ll' e)r1 to stlhon IIr hI rlttil'r tongue s ncrel ,i tthe Ilt.0" I 11h11t ihil tshti fark orimh and pit, ai frthhv tl life Ii the dnltrilan( of t'hrlst--the Troth, the l.ight, in eTniltrsl with the prevali'ng error and darkliew,. grant that, to tiht, 10rhilly, It seplIa foolish to be'lit"e it, it. It In to eOtl sist "of it share with our Lord InI fIIm glor', honor antI i nllllIralityIl .t, In fiIm M1elhlt'rinl K Int iin so,,n to hb ent" h lishtdI Iln His 'tgrt wo.rk as th" moedi lti r of the nIl'\ ,ot tnutnlt In grlntilng. divlne hlepssti.. through tilth merit of the htteI r s,.wr'Ifi.,,, to til, people of hlrlsr and erntually through them to etdge of thih great re.wlrd; not all. thertefore, hallv e (I'nlourllgetnett to faitlhfulness %,-hhih this knowledge in spir's. Not all even have the earn to hJoar" It In written, "The. se.ret of the Lord is wlith tht'nt that fear Him and 11c will show thenm His covenant," Punaln xxr', 14). tiolun that Iii tll stri.ss of cllaulnl ty or the. turiluuhl of war there stanlds ready for s Irvi , i lIII iand of woln(ll l'rtlly to foIllw i1 thie fOotatteps o their great teachef r andil exilnlplur, Ilorenci Nightingal'. .SEATTLE'S MAYOR I 4 GEORGE W. DILLING. f $euttle, Vaihio., It'l. 25.-Here is a photograplh iof li'gi IV. Dllliing, i eattl(e' recall ilayer, who \was elcted i by u plturlllity of 6,000 rver iMayor SHorace (. fill in ai bitterly cointentcd I election. Mliyur Dilling, who wals i 1 nonpl-prtlsai cantlidlhtt, owwcs his elec. Stlolln t, the woimen of ceattlh. As Mrs. i Hollier M. H1ll1, a Iprominhint suf I- ragette of lb. statl (of Walshingtun Ssaid: i "'lhe onei vital Issue at the electionll t was the honi.'" - Mr. 111t wasi elected by 3,20u0 pihial ity a year Iago. Hight months after Y his election the women of Washington a were enfranchised, Then a law was Grocery Spe!'!s DON'T WAIT! 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We have sardines in tomato sauce, in oil and in mustard, all of which sold at much higher prices formerly, at..............10, 15¢ and 2 for 350 Sweet Pickles-Some more of those nice, crisp, sweet pickles, in regular quart Sealfast fruit jars; the jars alone would cost you 15c-we give you the jar, filled with pickles, for only ........................25* Missoula Investment COMPANY 121 E. Main St. Missoula IN DRANC. OUR 5PLENDID NEW LINE OF BUILDERS' HARDWARE AND TOOLS IS NOW READY FOR YOU. WE KEEP STANDARD MAKES OF ADZES. CHISELS. HAMMERS, HATCHETS, SAWS.--EVERYTHING. YOU TAKE NO CHANCES IN NOT GETTING THE BEST WHIa YOU BUY FROM US. WE WANT TO SEE YOU OFTEN. McGUFFEY HARDWARE CO. PENWELL BLOCK, MISSOULA, MONT. I I , i Iti jit li II atut nuAl I thy IteY l ii i Voit .ut the Cluctinui that i;.LC* tI a.ir (fill in 'I'blis piii'iu I Chill' fiti Utai uhathh blwu. Vice Ihad eluen ullhia I to Ifousrlha It Seattlt. Thec recall leie hera tllegedl thlt 11111l uid Chitf if Poiceut Waigunhteili hulI tarmed out theL t hic gri uh giii" i a iyniiiaitt( aud ihh~cti iia ugit it lro o thi profits. W'hieni the 71,00 ,-,t erm riclg lterc fir tile rec'all Ie lectiot ::,000 were Wiuiuiiii their leadurs were airtive at the polul, all weri qlulckt at balloting. As the Icily reululret , JIll rclinquishcd hit ui (cic at uInce. ITok Russell and Paddy Sullivan have een niatohed to box In Bufialo on January t4, NEWS NOTES OP SCIWNCE. Ore (of the newest French aeroplane enlgines has 14 cylinders, each with its own magneto and lubrication system, mounted on ai crankease that sur rounds a shaft. The feature of a now respiratory hlollnet Is a small fan. revolved by mnuttr or clockwork, to draw the air Iexpelled from Its worker's ludge &a'y fr'Iom his fare. Ain Imglisll naval officer hUa boilt what is sakil to be the larest saos plane in the world, au biplane the, a8io faces of which measure mor tb -tl 11,000 sqluare feet. i o that a person's foot Will sot be caught if it be stepped upon, .Ch In terior of a new cuspidor Is ptVid.4 with concentric ritngs, rising 4as 6 as the sldes.