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IEVENSVILLE'S NEW HOSPITAL
A CREDIT TO THE COMMUNITY THORNTON HOSPITAL-STEVENSVILLE. 13teveneville. May 6.--(Sporltl.) --te vensville enjoys the distinction of Ie Ing one of the only towns of Its size' In the state to have an up-to-date and first-class hospital. The Thornton hon pital In Stevensvllle Is the only one in the sitter Root valley and would b)e a credit to a much larger town. The hospital was erected last year! by Dr. W. T. Thornton, who came toI tevenavllke tour years ago and com menced the practice of medicine. After spending a few months In Stevensvil.e Dr. Thornton thought of the advan tages here for a hospital and also of the benefit it would be to the city and viclnlty, and last year detided to buUild. The hospital Is a 17-room builldling and Ia two and a half stories high. The second story contains the, operat £`.'t"'/U A-· 3~Ab --L-;IIYJ -,-·WLU LM~/ London. .lng.- 'T'he tailotiid' 'l'athr nacle was crowded to hear Pastor Russell's faster scerllon onl "The IItle urrection Hope the )Jnly ione." Hlls text wan fromn I. Corinthians '. 12-I8. "How say sonte nlnolng you that there ts no resurructiltil of the dt1d1? If Christ be not risen, then Isn ulr preaching vhin and your faith is llso vain. Then they also which ilr full en saleep In Christ are perislhed." 11ie said: For years bod's people have hlad exvollent Bibles, and thus have tIeen blessed far In advance of ,our hrethreo who lived during the dark ages. But we have read our HBibles too curelessly and often have most of us wondered at the great stress St. Paul laid up. on the resurrection. RItrely Is the subject preached upon now and rare ly is It ever thought of xce'pt as an absurdity. Tie reason for this in noti far to see'k. From childhood we hIlave been taught that nobody Is dtald-that in dying everyblody, gtod andl had,. becones mollre a ive thIt ('\eer before, that this tallvetness, to tihe M.aintly few', means spi'lttal powers and an im mediate entrance Into heav', death being swall,wed up inl lift. The itn. saintly massels alsno, we are told, have quickened senalbilitles after dying - $hey bc.omne lloro alive, IItore'' able to appreciate and suffer pinu. Our Catholic nellghbors tell uis that the majority inlanediately go to Ipur gatory, there to be tried y vlarious sufferings and turtures, and l:ater, eln ter heaven. Our Protestant teachings have been to the effect that the tt saintly anutMes, unfit for the presence of God anld the holy, wvill A11 con signed to aill eternity of atwful tor ture and lmade very tut Illore alive to suffering thuan betfore. 'l'hus tI' hIave beell tauglht to belelv't thalt death is a portal or door into :a i lttt,instr life-that nobody Is detd. .iltny of us perplexed ourslivtt, and wverc Iper plexed by others, w. ith ttttulis rt - speethlig how% tiht re ouIt hie a i rt -ll rtltioun of the dhud" If niobody is 'dead. 'tWe avobl'ed the questnl'rt, or gave the uanwer, ".1lytter3 ; gio 1ru ur,d play." tome, AIadtd, ld l, attempted a patch-] work if Ith, lliatter andt t, ld Ii th;at those in heaven were huaply. but not su happy is thilough they lihad bIulI,. and that llftr thou.unds of year' of cr'aving for a body (whlth they had used for ioly it fw ,trs)l, tithy woltld get It butck aginl ftn all eternity. Others sold, No , our "ilei hi;ve I, 0en only a clog iand t hindrtil I'.ut, and frontlll tlhe ltni'tlt of liehth we will be better off without theIn; ntd we do not know wihy tht 11lle should teach at retsurrtection of t t d, ad, to get back bodies that itt would 1,0 glad to be rid of." Itt.tpn tllog the wleltd, we taid that aftlr r ictln i., for centuries without it bdy, thenli, to intentify their prin, tlhe body. woutI be reaturrectied and tihey would have Qoubla suffet'rng. What bosh! What fboUlshnossl is I, iany wonder that s.iaay of the bright mllinds of the world iesrnod to dtOult evepytlhing iotnnected with religion taad the Hible:? Itather Vi. Wider Is thatl, seeing things so ely, we did tnot all repudiate ''inw What Do We Find? With the clearing pt the mnists of 1IgtgqR asd supersttilon, with a bet. - ':. . e.1 od from rane page to rig ritooIm sit(! rIpitil8 fur pati.tits, the' utpper story will he. exi'lus\ivly fir ptlli-nts' riomns, while the first story of the buitlding is niiii. fior )r. Thorut ton's offlie Iad the lviLng itroii ria. Tihe buildinig Il 34x0t4 feet, with full hbull melnt and flices niortlh. It Ih eqluipped with an elevgtur. TThe operatig roslll in locateid in the soullthellat corner ,of the aseconlld story, and the solutlhweat crlier of lithe buld ing ts iul ti ed a Nt terllill.ing rilorn, ai dispenstiry and drg asturnage land a -aurgihsl tlrretsing room. 'lrhe rooln has recently been elquipped with a prep .Mire sterlizer, tand in this nmid tiihe operating departmenlt everything mod prn Il provided forl promtnpt atttendancei T'he operating rooim will soonIi be tir nished with it phtotu X-ray mIachine. in the -constructiton of the hospital 1111114 11 (1 h11ut 1:114 (J r 1111" $ 111'l1'11" t 11111 tlittl l htIlllnlli1d go11 1 14111 '01 t1, hudu8. J1 r s ,1141 tit- a1o14tl$ 11111 1111-;, l-"1. ..I1I (ir JIIut 144 III Illor 1'444'114(' l 1111( gIII! (l(1 \118 11tll'l III'. we rot' tha''tl.t:-'.11 g14 i ti t 'l'tilI f 11 th" mod lno t11( 4.41 48 cl'l - 1Ill 8 1 1(I l I ( (Ilat ti.' 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Priv'ate Inursea Ore engaged oiln each o.ne admitted to thu hIIospital, uid the Ibettt cie is al wi)as adtnllllistuered. 'tevetnnnvillel tIken great pride in its lmtiidlrn institt tiiin. the graive. and nit frontt a piltice iof tlrlln, lnt. 'rThe sii-tillh iI .p\lnstits' Creedl dleirll"l't ihit Jewlus dtl ri"nleli d Inih hell, bii ll ro'ls ftr'in die dl, ad h i n the third liyt. All s itt ll ' ilts kntw tilut nlottllhng itl ihl' words shiltl land bldelis thas a t ril tir nshs' iiti firs' Ir (' inll I iu lring tot' eutloist' ltiess, tii)d tl it s phi I r tisl, i of tll, ,i sth,' ti'rreid i nis hniiv rss ; lt," i.Xl i lll st l. As ,I J su4 sh n io , '1o'111i 1 Ill-) ;(d. . 11555, iii ll- II.. itil lit ~ i ht1111 ;l , ift' ii, a ll In tl k'it il. As itII, liit r railisiled Burn 1itrone the dar ofi till thid d.t, ý l I II irtis' rli eit l that will. i tilst, ius, the cilui r'Ih, Iriim tll h Iid a l. .1rl li lis this, t' t ut tI l t Ii'-i th'is t weiit Illa n t bll t.llllll appr , iI ,t (:.l' in Illt . Ipresn. t lif',. : h,ll t ill be awakenedtll froml tli s ihtp lo' d siti'. 'h' y t yi 1 isisi forth ltif llit'l'n d 't..lpi ,t'il mit l , liitng Itved ' ndr sihti . rign'l it sin' lld death. "l'hey wl1i 1 O( il, ,forth thin! thley Inly i :iarn til, Ii)ys oi f r Igx ttl.lus-i ,,tltlw, the '' r tll 'rd of s i hlli' is lift' iv er tiltig. Th'sie gl tiflidi Jisus anild Illh glorlfed'li' church', til lir(1lde, will be the rIsIilL sllrh. t'sl i t' l tli'iiil, ' iss 4i'il iu'l'¶l w tillr Ili tt i t'sinttll, ll l s sii il,l'pec ll' w' k i t ill', ftrl a tillsisi lllllurs witUl i ,lii tt'il 51J up living of tajuklid, nut isly issItsl the ''Ili iul 11hftl ig will b tl. les lita y lly a I111re wlllltg, lil ting thtiem lrotI lll tllhe dtigradtin all d t i unost. li d Iri llllltpe - Ie tin I t lli whilchi a ll har. fillltenl b 11one 111n11' dlsubdl(' hnc(',, Illuiler theil ilws ill' hl ir llty. Burst the Bars of Death. Ill th. pitti. nt gnu c llll flllll thil h m.IIll, h'lrist Jl4usu "hbu'st lh'e bars of dit"'h'° Ill His resurret- tiin. It was ni t pi s \ rl'it ,s the n11. ~11 l (,'t i .II, 1, ý- 1). 'rhie )ivilie l,'rdle't 5c t It'lh thaIil t lic hlaid ibeen fulthfuli and ithat i luint ihu'id cumt( lilt reward of lift, upq n the hilgh it pltitle tll" ) divhir naturll (tiphtal ihlal li, lift the haven, ly glory iand imi 111ittl 1fl']tesh loud dwelt ululngst us i11 ti l, by His I , urrrtiti chll.ulge, It', rliturnild ugli tdl fr1' im1 the e'lrthl)" nu tull- it h, t1 ilt- hea lll)y l, 10', "fiur ab v-e unnlls." AS they e.aln at lHls natit It) t ra'llperus slow; of glad tklingle o' glr' t Joy to till I ol'llll , lio they wert, I'llh, .l lh am tz'lnint, 1ur11"el, ut iy th"ill- Plhlir inlM'1lilttist 1ilhi to be nilpt ld ild trie'd tlrd p lurl'i for Miat ills 'ut, il'f suffering which He dr.tlund it the dr'gs. 't'ile) InuIrveled whcn "flu, dhi, till. Just fur the un Jusl." Th"y iloklt, toll wonder'd, as hour fter h1 liHe rcatlnld lio the tl bll. dead. 'Tilir Iyalty toI thi IlValinl)" lOtler tats tested durinlg that lit t'od, but alas riwurded whet) thily Ilohtld hlit ii\ine puow'ir rilted flilhi u1, ev'tl (to more excil llthnt glut')y 111 1 (hit Vi ithh'll Ili, had btefore. \Vi \whsint ulhcrlit, the angels must lit , n'knn liei dghtil, tlh, r'isen can', hil hllriiall i. t ltl the ,o hati r's decliru tihon, "act ;ill hle lig y1 , tf (i1od wur hi, h inl." "\i'orthy is the l untb to Ir ,vi, glolrl iid hinor, dl.mihionl, iIllghlt ;miil iol -r " 'I'll, point to he ,l hity iiita d l Is the change of lii tlr, whitllc ur l'tedtevillier 'xp1e'ri('Ilced ill Ili' retu'rctihn. ''hlit Change, did lidt Utakt plihce durlilg the tfill',, huts otf' h..Jsus' hllrhil, hilt i rllilg Ileh ' thr l Miot 11ii "1 1 ,1t' h il r111 s r iiin istry, \ih ,ll 3t0 l lars It age i l i gh il lilhms,,If--lh, urr il ret! II1s earthl ) privileges ulld rights ild ho , into tilt l'ather's tolth, to b, obedlint to ('y'1-) thing \\hh 111111 d vin rl'tdic' mi ht ig rut'tlilt. ,, t t1 hait lip1llilal iii,s ,11 til .ce It hits f:, h tin;s n re't' tell. 'r'll, i, 4, le1til of its ; eil., 'ilie wIS I ti , inplutu tit i of tilt, lIf spi, il, whlhhh It waiis Jatilt, la New,\ Irl'r llail'l, be Bungalow Snap A splendid six-room modern bungalow, five blocks from bridge; sixty feet of ground on corner; large barn, poultry house and sheds; shade trees, ornamental shrubbery and fruit. One of the handsomest, up-to-date homes 'n the city. $4,150. $600 cash balance same as rent.' You should see this one. A dandy two-room house; sixty feet of ground, all fenced, with lawn and ru it trees; plenty water and close in, for $500, $50 cash balance $10 per month. Why Are You Paying Rent? If you want to see the best investment or the nicest place one can have for a home you want to see the fine, level lots that you can pick out for yourself in CAR LINE ADDITION $50 and $125 $5 Cash and $5 Per Month How Is Your Fire Insurance? Booth, McIntosh & Fisher 115 Higgins Avenue : : : : : Missoula, Montana did tihe notihty works ofl tlet l'tiher. His ',*ih, HIII, hutamlli;-, %*i,.s grud aim lly laid down ii crlficially. Iln htarnoiny with the ditvin providence. i drunk "thl" coll" whihh the Fthtlr poured for Him. Divine Power "Brought From the Dead the Great Shepherd." It ler Snidal' celhcbrltesic ttili Iei. iientou ilil Vyent of our Lordt' reisurec Iolu frnlllm the deatd. u ll resurrectionil Il +illller I truth or ia fIlillonOc, In oiiir ti.et St. laul unallces us that if it Is ulntrue, ioulr faith, our holes, our pireachinttg and teachings are of it avall--uselehss. If the resurrectiotn to the tdtlad i Iillliielblie, then the recur itiiiion ,iiil+s Wait m tiiptissible. If the resurrection of Jesus did not talkte luct', then ii. htave nIo proof, and no griound fur i'lievingt thiat divli' powr er could restlrrcet the church. If dl vine oweti r "troutght tagalin fronti the dihad thei areial Sthepherd of thte sheep," It Is Jhovlath alsio who wIll bring tis frotlll t dead by JuiLant, in (.tod' ltiu ti lme. I.rt illle auvoid tilhu questioni Let a;ll delide at ounltl lIthetcr we believe i in a risutirectioU front ithe dead, uor dlii nlt believte in It. If tilh r'cniirrreu tilot I a i myth (hen, says the (10otle, n:it tihose .Iwho full asleep with faith iin ('hrlst are perlished-they are not II hieavenl, purgatory tior eternalI tor ient. If' we btlivte In thle emsurrectloin of the d'eadi, both of the just tand the iiunjucst, th in, logically, we mulllt be. Il'ev tilt tihey are tdeald. txetpilt li tlihe di\vine iplultise, puliusce, l'rrailng linent. 'rIhi dl,*ilon of this resutrrectionl qluestion is it illuet ioellitouM Olli wa it affects ltitlically every doetrint of the Christian church. If rte gel strailglt t11hb dioctrllne of theil ranson fletetd lithrough the litedeiter, atitd the doetrine of tilte resurrection of the dtld, alll of urll doutlr'nes will full liti liine, tand ill ,f our absurdities, wlhitti hlitv troubled is so lolul, will fall out iof Itll, tu;i, iutl all of the Seripturetl \iIi bte fiuind hinituoituis in teuchitilg dtvine ju lticte, wisdom, love a!u Christ the First.Fruits. "lt11 W iiIs Chris ttt leotl frolnt t) l tdead mul oi1, ll the first fruitl ofl th la thnt ,lt, lit" (verse r 0). All th;tll: (i l o, il upostle did nolit n atll to Iihavinl tlile the Ilj ssll itly of ou1 t Ltrd a int Isi' ilng risin, iMerely, ti woiubl pitl ItI~ ,iuestioi that we IItighl :.1ie ihoii Il i htlly tilt' utbjIjct--hil0l mlituch i i, Ili u theil Iis Ier. 11 ex* lltiiill t ill 'i rst,l ' "Chri' t Is r tis n!" i' irejotcl, ill thisl flr everaltll 'tLireasI li , Is, I it "aIl It wouuld t If litf I tvli aI is H i" I lll. I.t ty ulied tui l tlth flesh a Ita l, I deatl lh li outr lehull should hii.o lut by llls loyl tcnl ialr. tI.oin r\, us andt to dl tilt lathr. ' ,\I11 II tw glad we ore that lie is ll. n, iand that He witas nol 'inidl it.jii if o t, flesh, with thu le a of rhis d ll,,ii glory, but rileed tu the t'iliin 1' iall, fari, uh ve all othler's, utli rini kel r of the divine nl tur+! ,endll , 1"t,1 are glad on our ownl ntecutlt. and Wti account of all man kind; f,,i' If our Lord Jesus had not been raised from the dead It would have provein one of two thinge-eIthel that He hadl not been faithful-u; thi thle divine' standard, and therefore that lis l iifi ould not he a satisfa-i tion for th1 hlini l ife lost in AdUlll. or vien it would have proved that God, who had ,rIr mii d to iraise l1in frion the deoald If I. would b., obedient un to dll th, hIad tn tan ( tn on b le, dlt so; tand, if' unlible to r'iLse Hin fromn the dead. we, likewise, would hii ,ithoutl hotpe, even If i our sis werei canceelled by virtue of Ills vuitrlflete. 'Th' postlet' words givey a further suggestlion: l()ir LIrd lit Ills resur rectlion beatiiii' "the first fruits of theml that slept." Thlns siglnific that nonet was ever raised fromt the dead before l111. As anothellr Scripture de clairis, "lie was the first that should arise from the dead." Thre were in deed others awakened from the tomb, iby Jesus HIInIself sand also previous tI ills advent. But the'y were inerely uwalk'ened, not lifted fully up out of dauth condltlons to perfect lifo. Thei itidernieir was the first to have such an experloelce. But the Apostle's words llean Illmore. If Jesus was the first fruits of Ithecn that slept, there Iulist iof necesslty lw after-frllit. Amid this the ulpostle priceeds to, prove, de lauring that "as all int Adam die, even *s all In Christ shaltd I, made alive" (I. lrlinthll ns x\', 12). (;Glorlous res urrect'to hope! l're..ous Illblt! ithe one book alonle which teaclls.n a resur rection of the dead, or that thue dead are dead. The apostle proceeds to tell us that the dead will not all be resurrected tuogether-ut once--"but every au.n In his own order"' (I. Curlnthianls xv, «3). The first order or rank will be the church. Blessed land holy tare all they that have part In tile first resurrec tiol; * * * * they shaull be priests of God and of ic'hrist antd shall reign with Himn a thousand years (itevela tlon xx, 6). Tills work of raising the dead will be tile work of the Messiah, as ex pilalned in our 'ontext C Ihrlst Iimust reign until He shall huav put all tne mies under Ills feet-the laust enemy will bet death. As during the Imedia torial reigil mankind shall rise up out of their Ignorance, weauklnoss, ill de pravity, they will be coming out of ihieah conditiions Into life conditions; they will be li procues of raising ul, - resurrL'etion. Thiis does not prove, however. that all of Adamtll's race will receive thle gift of God,. eterlnal life, but It does provue that all will be pleused with the qopportunllity to) aitt nl ng tlhalt glorious 'rewaird. ' h.oeverl, after having the release l l tl rolll d'ath ll it withlu I sll igrllp, .lhull tleclie eternal lle' on the divine ti.l'l. will die again, but not beitl se of Adllll's silt- It will not bet (eh Adailiic deulth. Thel s.eounid deathi will be t p'll l ete de.lrulltll. Those sunnrrs will die Ih.e seonld death without hope of further redemption HER SACRED WORD. (Ilarpeir' hlhz '. ) "Not going to Allie's ]htllclhtlt But you gl\e lyour sutrrl d wrodl," "'o, I did, antl I'd go in a uniinwiio if my dress had coile holle." Switserland has -the largest per cap Ita cbnsumption of sugar of all tho' nations because of Its chocolate' and condensed milk factories. CATCHING THE COD (I'lullllnutld F'rolll iPage Three.) rihd to thel sto',rer oo, where the|iy are kenlhed until packed for hlipment. As the ,orders comie ill the fish are takeln to, the skillnning-roolll. If the ft'sh are to be put up us "ubsolutely |holltless," both the fins and skin are remolllved. They are then passed on land the bones are all removed by manl s of forcteps. If the fislh goes out as simply boneless, only the fins are cut off, and thel thick part of the back'bones reolllo(ld, the snmall blioeus being allowed to renlilll. Then the fish are cut. For this part of the work a special table is used, and the fish are so placed that the best por tions cme across openings through which they are cut. The pieces of fish are Iplssed to girls, whlo sort and welgh them, for oneIIIII or two pound cakes, Ias tile CIas may be. Two good pieces are chosen to make tile outside of the packages, whillie the lshort, Inarrow strips are use to fill In. Tilhe fish cakls are 1l1l IllmdU in esen tially tilhe stllllt' ay. 'The flshlllaker pults first one large pllce lilnto tile gal \vnized Iron mold, then the snlall pieces and lastly, the other large piece. Tills is for the Ipurpose of giving the cuke thie best appearance. Tile Ilold is thien pressed tightly by ftoot power and held aL few seconds; a twine string Is then tied securely around each end. 'The pll(rlkage i colpleted by wrap ping, first, ill parulinled paper, and theni in tlhe Ibelled wrapper. Tile loss In weight of the If1h from u'tchtll ilIg t11i pel'pa rId as "absolutely boneless" is enlorl'lllus. The choice (illds, Ilupe+', tuils, etc., of thile codflsh frolml the trilnmmlngs are put lup in varlous sized packages, most of which are esld in New illngland. Shredd'ed codfish is made up from the trillninlg Inut othlerwise used In palcking the' regular tablets. This Ila tetrial is as good as llny, but too slIlall for other use, ('odtlsh tonIgues are shippeld ill brine in barrels and palls. hille the culltiah cheeks are dried and' hlpped hil boxes. The soun(ds are sold. with tile tongues, or separately. Hevural uses other 'than cakes are made of the vaurlous parts of the cod fishl. The' gurry or fresh waste- hIlls, skins, fills, bones anId the liv. lors lnld sounllds--rl all put to use. SThe heads and othier waste go to make glue, land are afterlward convcrted in. to fertilizer and chicken 'feed. The skins are the most valuable for glue and bring as much las 65 Ut on. T'lihe livers are thrown into hoge heads at the time the fish are dressed 1and saved for oil. The oil from old livers is used for tanning leather, be ing worth about 20 cents a bucket. The fresh livers are sold for about $3 a barrel, and are used In the manu. facture of cod liver oil as used It. edlicine. Thills alone forms anll lo Iportant part of eachl year's catch, an one vessel is reported to have received $800 pn a single trip for tihe livers alone, Cod sounds. are eaten, selling at, ot time'. or more than 40 cents ' pound, u it now boen* ,much qbesapr. The'codltsh even hap claims to. pas ing to posterity as a famous dish, for It w..11 ioe h.ls thoan a N'elw InglanuiIt cIIrPg. tur'ofI..ur who wrvoti' thu touUch iK Ilttle couplot. "Tthe waiter banweo itI through the hall: We din t serve bread with tint' fish baill," hall. HER SUSPICION. (titrper's Ilazar'.) tIn (soulfully)-'There tare at thou iand tlilrs totnight lotoking down upon you. Llh. Its uny hat on straight? ENCOURAGEMENT. (llarplcr'x llazu r.) "MIss hbmti]in, I love yiou." "WeII, nOW you arl' down oil youlr knees you Ilmay Is well tic my ,hoee Ilea . 8." THEIR POSITION tlilitll--i-Do you go II for society, Olden ? Olden-W-ell, Johnny lhas a gang, iny wife has aL set, lanld I have a Ucrowd. 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