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%J? Excursions I WASHINGTON NovemSer 15. DecemlSer 6 ??saisi ?-"-?' s'-- ? -a; is Stall IM R-?mtt s !????? Wi g ?> Pennsylvania R. R. STATE COMMITTEE BACKS KINGSBURY Refutes Jury's Report on Charities Department To Lit by l'oint. A ?*,-,.r- or A Kit'ft-'; '??part- i naent, - ? Non of th? ?Sta-, ? lid A n. ? ? ? ?bay I .- e??.?n- - are a*. those by the _rj>r.,!. jury, s-me inati* . '?'?? or" r.urses i - ? th ? e it j l- c! } they l ? the i?t ? Members -.ittee, ? ? 1"-*-:oh! O? ' "1. The prar.d that tone f - : ? mate.? were en! . . . ar.d ?round I cloth hand and a pop ? have - When ? ? we: vies ? ?.?ear.: | ? ? grai .'\- was ?he City 1 ? jlarly well ???om and ? "2. The gi erence I ? : 'om all part- of the ! island.' ?ar.d jury'? ? - ? "3. Refei 'Fc contagious ?1 hav? never observed a:.y such condition ar.d from ? re eer? ' '? referring to the l?OX, '? foul lit "It Is 1 - quai nr ? cutting rooti:- They : v . t.? ver oh hervi-d sny foul or nauseous odors coming from a: y ice box, ror have they ever MCI meat | ing off foul an! naui "5. 1 he gra ? ' fen i to the institution on Randall's Island, s- .-. 'We find such s sck of shoes and - 'he order of daily life. pline s d keep ch:!d* n they S in A preat - S lei - Of und ? ?' | for lack of shoes." - com ? ? In att, - ' .'. F. P.an ' sien C B Shep ard A. Mori Marion K : and J. F. TI The ?? mbsr of t, the h?me ol the eiation, also ta) th? .?? Is fur Comn writti CELESTINS VICHY iFRtNCH RCPVOLIC PR O a? ???*>) Natural Alkaline Water For 50 years the standard Mineral Water for the relief of Sour Stomach, Indigestion and Uric Acid. ^VSICIAN W*l Bottled at the Springs "Sill in QUARTS, PINTS and SPLITS'4 TIGER ENRAGED BY DEFEAT MAY TURN ON WALSH (ilynn's Rout Is Laid to McCormick's Sponsor, Many Say. MURPHY TO QUIT FRIEND, IS REPORT Westchester "Boss" Has Taken Many Rebuffs and Smiled at Fate. By BAMUB J. I 1S1IIK. Well, now, w ?.at abeut Michael J. Welsh 1 The l'emorratic boss o? WsstshSStsr County, friend of Charles P. Murphy. of Thoraai J, McCormick, for BIOS ward? n rl" champion "ioincr" of Now Yolk State? HtBU to lave hit tho lit.it ?.f the polities] high ad politic county have been speeding tho timo ? b< Big W Ind of last I'u?n a I? each othrr: "What's 'Mike' Walrh going to ?Jo 'l du-rro," cHy ?he mfn questioned ? W hot can he do*'" There iras h report around Yonkor-= yr.-ti.rday that Murphy ht.ti \\?'.-ii .i" i ot -peak new ?< th? y paai by, and that Murphy charges the defeat ? I th? tick? t to v, all ? on ot who found ft r pr?sident in prison ar.d sympathetically trinl to make a good chauffeur h I ni. Yet nobody int -h Murphy and Walsh belief ? - thnt the I? ' it one ?'lection would move the Tair rr any dictator to 11 ., "Mun y : m tt ? g too .ii?tomed to trail o] ? terriay. "AttQ, too, Wa I to Murphy poiit ai ! per? on? .-??> t Daniel ] Cohalai ." Walsh'.? Sad. Sad Vieil. Friend? of the W? i leader have not had extend? th him ? ?'. ? : Inn,1 -? ;.. In ?.?as about HS or "erfu! and talkative ?a a rrran on an ope . - ? .?..?r ? ii him. Ii - ,, | ? lie healt . t i ? bed arid I of automobiles and w : ? s h' bal He ii . . s dust tie print me, and though he h?t?n't been a- mu? h ' ' jump back into the business He ? ? j ; . at 9] I.-.v . i described .. c a' : Tla re hi daughter unmarried h was born in a I amlet, then called Schaghtieook, twelve miles from ' changed tu Hart's Fall?. 1 three ? ..-?er ii the wife of John J. Mc? lieul ant of ? other wai widowed early - youth. He gave up st'hool to ipport hei. and, realii ..? it I - ' sixteen, tl ? mt of genius, ''Mike" brought : - ? Rging 1 rv. have him n iw at the nee of Bt an ape wh? B the 1 ? ? i expan But in a few months did not insist or. th?-- : o ? . lied ir; what the advi lichore than he could have .?aiu-ed on ?? 10? ?Soon M. J. Walsh ^ac one of the known working young mea .. Yonkers. He wa? good look;:.;,', rc.r-y-cheeked and * Va-?-,gt?*.. * _MICH VI J WALSH was uve ed x?:tii ? quantity "f spirit, now refera? carpet bu ? "t hold his attentl ?? ? ? tl ? annual la) off ? me in the summer, "Mike" ?vas one of the mployei who had to i?ot- around for employ? i i,. p. Hoi lei "xx mi : ? t tti snd young \\ | . ? \ il m the co rr.. Ilia ? ffleiency brought nil romotioni uni il ' up to the The first b g d life eame with his twenl I birthday. Foi ; been ' xx ay, . eneral discus? ?on ? i d and dis? trict I? ??I de home was ii I the ? ?re ? - the local like" laid him* ? x H x?-;is n ?:.? ?ii?, r- . fraternal essocii tioi fn ntly hs its : ?ralle?! on to a't?ni! the ?;. ighter was xvliat he was doing. And he was a! to bo a nies w." ' ? \ hn il. ? thi ' \ ii inrx ! ollowed i'< ? He had i - . r ;itid by hur . into Mis ca? ? ? ? ? : sdvics before they did an> mention of Yon? ? ? -? . was nomi - ?:,an in >? . . . ? Andrui ? . a ... ? ' keep ? years 1 lo that no\,- purely innoem i "job"; had been ty cha ,i man 11 prominence that stretched beyaad I of W < it cheater Chai Is; lui prit howed ?m mi. ? ? st In Inn?. ?? i heii i M??:,,! |, ip ', : i,? ? n o on| n ?th thi \ i m i Et ory Haturda) mi' v. ni h an i Mi Wall h metoi to tl nul take dinn? r a iih Msrphy u, ' h remained out <'i the limells un!ii 190,'. \? hen he ran i gi i,id opponent, John H. Coyne, f Ifayoi C? v in- defeated him The f? Inn "i )eai ? ontioil? i ??han mads I. I'm i er Tai * omml ? iloner, and held ui to that until be " ?? def? "' i.. Rhei ,r. m lvi.'.? There seemed , county eilee foi s hieb Wal vu? nnwilling ta strive, nor defea , ? ??'. '?? kill i,i i ardor. Not long aftei that election Ju tli Keogh, "i the Supreme Court, sppoin , ,1 Inm mi Aquedu? * ? ?ondemi etl? < 'ommii ???iii>r. That around op In year Olynn then suds btsn l" Deputy State Controller, For moi than two years h?- ha? boon the roi ? 'on troll er, for W illiam Sol mei du Ing that time baa boon toe III ta gi? much time t?? his dutie ? That hi i? i t.- les of th? ? , w si h'- . rni ,i 11 bul i ' i ling ps ?if in? history us It i! known to tl other policians of We tche lei Count They can five rou of I? . .mai:.' ana hi long memoi \ bhen ol enemies 1 ??<?r?tr-.l up from the p? ' Governor Boiser ??? few months pri? 1 .,, i he i evelat Ions b hich led to his n peachment made s trip to Vonkers on I n if ht i,, il.'li? er r> speech st tackin 1 Wal -i,, t? hom ha had in talks sei i i of hampering the Governor's men ? Sing Sing, He was particularly of posed i?? Wal h becaa m the W? ter bos h.nl expressed disapproval a the d I H h.'n Roller and Ramuel Unti rmye ,-,l ? . d? ?i of the Pai I. Hill liu where m reception a ij to be given il Governor, I he I ; st man '?< pu h v I ? il ai I gi eet Bul \'. ilsh. "Welcome, Got 11 ;,?i," said Walsl ? |y, Sulser wa-. :-<? ri mu *< ?1 h? le l ' voici temporarily. Il" mumbled ai unenthusiaat ?c i omoth nur and ? slong, tfter dinner her? s i and othei paraded no I | i Wai burtoi spil ited of th? paradera. When Sulsoi reached thi ?ck of haii prepara tor) to begini 1 ..i, ? famil -, i ? ici W . , was sitting m the eat ? irest ? 1 ' rough the I tack oi ' him ^ imiled and ? buckled ai - looked out geniall) on the audience 1 He had I hem a on I" I er wai igh. " rhi broke un ,? man ??? h? told of the i sn James T, Lennon wai Mayor ' ???lied <iti-r something The t in Voi - ? i able, Arr\ .?.. . Walsh thai s a split nd VValsh | and I ? ! n, Cor ? . iirui Jami ? eame ittei ? ? ? i them II?' . ?re ar . .' !., ..i. ? re he is I b< lei pi c ri.rj. h B ? ' '? gent, hi ' ' ind eh? . and m I He of the tirst aldermen in Yonkei wear a real . I has improved the cut and It lt. 's b with Murph) i ?h like immany boss, but ing?n? iai. He never h?sitai ? put to him bj men slightly ? "He talks ? ..." ? , haven't re ? ? ? " That Is So is th:.- : "He1 to buy." r.t Mrs. Walsh is the We ? ? ? . ? . ' ' He mi in , _ I lull ?rl.yn.nt ?f EVENING DRESS ,nma? ?|th th* witrln? ol th* f,,l.it UNDERWEAR Buy * ' a imerican \ Hosiery ' I mde Murk "Amho" I'uir ?ilk; -ilk .?ml wool; silk no?! ?olton; sheer litlet; soft mennoi; in very light, medium .nui litiivy wrightl. SI |a.,lt, g .11-? ?f lia |:|(l|r-.| 'l.l AMI kICAN HOSIERY COMPANY, 121 F.nirlli Avenue, New York t . in i ? i ? SEEK SULLIVAN'S $1,000,000 LOOT < n? I nua-.l frnoi I'*?' I i ?ii r?, ? I ths Governor for hin removal In view, xviii bs lui?! to-day. Prank Grether, of M Wall st. Is chair intend to i"'fnn ones and make th? ir In? .-.?a; real inn ;l t :., :?? . ons Reports spreading over Weetebeater County that V. Everlt Maey, wealthv. and superintendent of tlie Poor, Ii lered ?"i warden of sing Prison, to iceeed McConniek, eers d? nied by him 11 iterday. Boms tiras sgo Mr. Mary, who was elected on a D?mocratie -Frogresalve I it', prl on, and this fee! ? hened the imnreooioa 'hat he I ? i?,- named warden. "It's not in , orh " ?? lerted Mr Mac? "bat i hope somebody who anderstand the work will be appointed." II? do that ths sfle? ha?, been offered ??? him. LAUTERBACH TO PLEAD Lnmar Has Quiet Day in Cell ?is Friends Seek Bondsman. i ' i Lamer, committed to the il irday m defaalt ol |80,000 l?.,i! on i?? indictment ?>f impereonetingI ? il ??llii-er?, ?pent a quiet day ye - whlls his friends were trying eleass thi.? mum infr. !l" had no eallera. , srd Lauterbach, Indicted with I at 1 I .',-:.??. "All I can say to day ii that ! had a r.t.?st sxeel? I a ond? r if that may be ? of an Inquiry! Vou never can tell xxlmt a federal irran?! do." Mr, I ? taeeted to bs morning, with I " ion, hi ? eouna? '., ?pe.-t.'.l fl.at th?i I (Res will u?k for that ! nerc will In- ,i ; ? . ? , ? a ' ' Cable Tells of Stork Visit. I. Harry Al? t' 4.7 Bloomfleld av., this town, ?a eabls message to-day ir. that in I wife had give-: I :rth to h inn In London. Mrs Art..?' i la London B ? . ? ? ? the Lositania i daring trip from ? ? ifter war r? . Difference between a half truth end th? -.xhols truth a lARD DESK stands for ?ruth. Charles E. Matthews "The De.k Man" 31-33 East 28th Street 1 ? Per MONTH UPON PLEDGE 1 *' OF PERSONAL PROPERTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK M \Ml ITTAN ItltovV . Avenue cor. 2 3th Street '?' \ 148th Street Eldridge Street coi Rivington Street BMOoaLVM Seventh Ave. bet ?8th snd ? im Avenue* cor. Pehevoise St. ; ngton Ave. cor. 12 Uli Street ? Pit kin Avenue COJ Rockaway Ave. : tree! cor. Clinton Street "? y PI R Cl N I CHARGED UPON Eut 7 2d St. bet. Lexington & 3d A vs. I 56 LOANS REPAID WITHIN Fast Houston St. cor. Ls.tex St. ' & TWO WEEKS FROM DATL'. To PHILADELPHIA For Comfort For Convenience For Cleanliness The Train?s Start On the Hour and Arrive on Time You Will Enjoy Fine Scenery7 ltj-c Fine Dining Car Service Next Time You Go to Philadelphia Travel? The Road on Which Your Watch Is Your Time Table Every Hour on the Hoar fast trains leave Liberty Staet from 7 A. M. to 10 P. M. weekdays; 8 A. M. to 11 P. M. Sundays. Midnight train daily; Sleep? ers ready 10 P. M. (Leave West 23d St. 10 inimit?s of the hour tor all trains.) Pma?pw mmeeetV* Nt/v4irntr4 Herm.itH ,ii./>,-ar n ?H? lia npfirntltnalrli/ /If'"? PMn?rrri ...,,;?,,..... ?? ?/,? r.uf-.l ,it,.<??*, rran?Mfa. ?,...!' .';.?'"<,?. SenlN 4/i re ? ?, , ? ., ,, i mil it'la ,, ',,?, '..,-/.,,.?/ if->...,.''..i '? "?* ."?i row? trotlrd ii\i a. Ili-ale, /-,.<? im ,?" sfwlWH lu im?,M?h IB#m ???(r.i, "? ?? ? ',,,,,,,, ? |,i ti., i. mi tul .i. ,. ,"?i" , . pepino themfor el .??/??' ?/ i n I? i i.\ I lU.'JATi'iSM. luni.r. WT?DUKT? ?&MOOIATIOtl The Great White Throne; Its Judgment Now Due FINANCIAL, ECCLESIASTICAL AND SOCIAL SHAKINGS "Mm s Heart! Failing Them for Lear"?Apprehending Troubles Impending?Selfishness Blighting I lumanily ?Messiah's Throne Ol Purity and Justice and Love Earth's Onlv I lone. /_? jiHs"rot?__yii.s5.f?i Philadelphia,Pi. Nov. I. I'" '"r Ruasell preaehed today at tbs Ce lonial I h - a t r e from '!,.? text. "I taw a Great White Throne, sad His? that ?t ?* It, from whees fa??' ths earth end tbs Hr.I away] and t h S r ?? ?SS found tic plaes !"? them " Re relation 20:11.1 11 is Pa t..i had r? reaue?! for farther light i?n h previou di c,ii r <?? which it? .1 i ?.i before treating today's test. \ < it ? < of pecu liai In te rea! we give full. H" had applied Hebrew? 12:27 to our di--, declaring now in progrc i the r? moving of all hakabie, that onl. things hnrmoniona with Divins standards, which cannot bs .i may remain, lie held ths represented 4 burchi anity Bed I rind the .-?hua. in,: serth, locial, financial and pol .-itr?i? r H ; ? . i tionei want to know what financial ihakinga ere o '"? ? ? ? ?. ?? foll?n . Stocks an?! Bonds to He Shaken. Everything false, bogus, In?quitable, ,A.n. In financial par?an.c ?quivalent to laying 'ha* the "water" will ?"- -i?-?'.?"?! oat of all the I bo . i i: onod, bul : "'x- everywhere i ? p ! i ive been ? ?-tied for turn ' r !?.".?m,I th? vaine parti? H ? tockn ?h ,| bonds h I I heir pi eaent own* ,-' . , from nothing np to par; but I ? hat the '. plui a ? ? i?i i i srcentage oi allowance foi and bu "go I will." In a i value built up." proaperity. Now, however, tne general hai becon aware of the real ?ful to touch at ;.n> price ' ? mpanies, end the ? ? g < \v he i. ,i," we .r? ??? ? ?r ? that bond i x?.,;; alue un! .- - - : ?hall have been hakei Port) | ? >i ' ?. i.'i- it ? ? ? , that ? i h to ?'? tir ver and : r.,ii?\ ae xvhat. they ' r ' -1??? ind nten led: it curtailed the x? , .,!?. .-?upply and snabled tter to .1 tin- entire ? ituat .?,'i through? ? ? " v orld. Ky an elaborate bank? . valuable in tome re?] ? ??..??h gold dollar ?? i . ? ?'??? . illara oi t. n ited hy bank checks end Thus the profits of 'he larger ? nt a irg? ? I ; .. . ? . . : ?? tequie iced ing )? tndard. But I ? ?l:?l : ??? ? ? ?his X-. ?nerelj a the it.-- ? -.? ir .-- I ut the than ? banker? unden l ophy of the matter; the, other? were --?? ;. I ?i?? ?i:d fully i.' I? The re- ult hai bei n gri at pro! I the bankers, and great pow? rithout tl ....'i - fully. I liani-, ra . . . ai ? good i und percentage of profit, ad? ?- money on the I hold , .n for ?ale to tl-,.' public. I he Day of Reckoalng. Now ?*?c see fulfilled tl >? Scripture declaration, "He taketh the \?-:?e i:r their own craftiness." ..lui? 6 : i :i. i How so, do you ask'.' I reply that the treat hanks have their rsalts xxell tilled with the??' bonds and btocks on whu-h they liad hoped to make large profita; hut which, on ths contrary, they are now unable to ?ell at any to -ks iiii.l bends reck? oned in a? part of tile '?auks' n show them to ho wealthy, with im? mense inrplueea; hut now tin. "water" ?I to he taken out of these ?.t.vks an?! It x\ '1 -how an itrr ige in the resources of the.-??* banks. They \x?ll become suddenly poor without actually losing a ????? I reason of th" market val_..- of t. ii lecuritiea falling. fact i< realixed by :.i'. They realise '?hat if the Day of Reck? oning has eome, an?! their holding? tecuritiea are t,> i,,, reckoned r their actuel valu.'. :* will mean that ??titead of large reaource? and >ui lome of the rlehest hanks will become insolvent end be celled upon by the Government, sitber ?<? elose - doors or to make good their .shortage. And right then xx ill be their for th?? rich men of the ??,:'; '.-? their capital invested similarly, end the reaction w bound to unfavorably affect all the (rreat commercial saterprises of the world. As all went well, amazingly xvc!! for tbs bankers and the wealthy by reason of the demonetisation of sil? ver, r-o when the I ?ity of Reckoning shall have fully dawned, ihit.rs will go I pecially hard with the?? lams people. And, although the stoppage and tin truetion will Involvs tbs xvhol> world, poor and rieh alike, neverthe lei in many respects t'ue rich will feel the pressure ? Ths liquidating procesa had s before tbs pn ent European tarti ?!. Tbs Hat tford sod New Heveu Railroad, the Chicago Island, and others, have been sailed to account With these the "water iqueexing" proeessss of the law have been threstening and x-.-i? an? doubtedly secomplish their thorough "shaking." I'ut meantime, ths war, waiting not for ths mors gradual processes of ths law snd ths ordinary ba ?, be? brought ths financial n.orld to s cri ia ' -." Dation? of Europe are beit t: sinken. Ths CM? unities of the war already amount to a million and a half of h man beings, :in?i hundreds of millions <>f dollar.?. And it i? only begun. ! nnn -. .1 relue there srs greatly Impaired, ss are .' credits. Ths I ' ?'"'?>!, and as in every war, this ia metal hau practically disap peered in the nation? st x\_r. Their boms - iritii ? III not bs salabls for cs b, and _ general sttempt will be mode to sell American securities American stock-, bonds, etc. Hut who will buy then? America will be prac I tii-aiiy the only market foi ti,"m, m i?-? already seen, American banks ar, bankers are loaded ?lown htrsvtly. \'.'h?'ri we learn th?- immonse amoun of these American shares arid bond held m European bands, we aeod bo ivondei that American bankoi at ths thought ol tboir h??ing dumpe upon the Ameri? an n srket R? finan? . ties de? ? at Bu i ?>(>?? has about ii ???? thouaand million of dollars lave ited in Amei ? ? If bet ','i" Hfth of the te hi gold, II wni mi avalanche a financial deluge I n banks, already overloaded with thea? "securiti? ." ? ' ? .,? i .r? ?.. ... will t amble and wracks I lu view ?if ? i ? ?? matt? ra, wonder that Amei ean bankers ff.ir t r,. the stock Exchanges open 'or bus? ne i? Had ths ? hey .i.,'. we aould l,"'-' t .vi most ton ible paal known, By the closing of the Es changes 'hat. awful panic wa t?"?/"" ? '"'. B] their i los - owners <?; the tocki snd bonds hur. from realizing upo them; thus 'he face value h?. i.^e: preserved, an?! thereby 'h?. hank? an' bankers have l>??-ri permitted to eon t mue t o count ? ires and boi ?! ? day. Kffeet of Silver Demonetl'atiun. Had illver sol been bankers would not have bad :? sai f ! ave ? BJoyed In eornei > ? larg? real ... they hi th? un? , worl? . llaVl- llMil - , With Wl . : < ' ' . '?'? hen Wl rur ?der ?' at the g td i oin of th? ?? ng ol ? .'..'.??? re h??w the banking h itltutioni ive sd the pe? ile>, : guratively, bj r are being ? ist gold then I it ( ? rest Henei ? ? hond. . ? eign I ' ? ? ? steresl ... ? ist, al :.;ng ii. itc direction, lacei ise ? ' cards" Is treml to fall i Various flip? ?.- governmei I and thi i financial i of thi that the.r skill wo end thei titut .i'.cial ? . But, if we aie i [ght in our um ft ? . ?? ? Day of ment I .m which all the ibis ? lungs are to be ng remain ? ,kei s sun ill hu effort v . ? . : ice. . that I am nothing new th have just ? ., ? and pub I am merely bringing I ? | ? :..j:iv 01 the Bible, that we at I tide red if ? , . h thi ence in th,' Bible. N? ?? ? future '??'.? . ? . ? ? ing" upon the i .1. political an,: the I.oi'd. ?r i not accidental. Under normal conditions Ar.. , ,iuld be prospering as never ? '. because ht r commercial enm? are at wiir and uni?' properly attend to their commercial interests. Likewise American sccuri BS -i.oulJ be in demand, because all securities of foreign countries have depreciated by the war. Hut with the tandard snd an Insufficiency of /oil, the businoss of the entire world Is stagnated. Th.- world's needs and wants nre a~ great a.- ever, but it has not the gold ?Therewith to pureha-.?;. ? , ? isation of ; '. ?? r seems to be referred to by the Prophet E . .? layil g, "They shall east then -iiver into the street" treat it as ? commodity and not as money. The Prophet then tells how gold will be is und event tally bo com thdrawn, thi p? sple hi : lugh it were an ag as the Hebrew text implies "Their gold .shall be removed." Thus neither silver ? or gold a ill be available. Iiailr. ad magnates, and the bankers. ,. until . perceive that if it is difficult to raise mosey fur the nieeti. .: ? interest on the bonds, . be mor. difficult to issue new bonds to replac? irins matter how sound and well managed he railway ma) be. Is It any wonder that the I repi i ie financial ..r.,1 political pr the earth is great, . thi ? look nto the 'uture! rbeir well-grounded fears were proph Savl ir as ens of the present time: "Men's felling them for feet and for looking after tho S t!:;r.gs coining upon ihe earth" the social order and be? cause of ths shskisg ot' the bi ral lyatenti. Luke, 21 ?2t Pear Humanity's Bane. The speaker thi i te\t, outlined ?t - mm . . mid: Sin ' I eowards of our mee. Prom early infaney fear ami app sion, especially m respect to things futura, have been impressed upon us. We r?alisa that we are Imperfect, that ar God is perfect, that perfection h ths only s'andard which .'Ie CO . prove, and that some kind of punish? ment m mu.-t be expected Adversary, taking advantage ? . :.-. e Al? mighty, and ha- used sur fears to Bte US from Rim ami ' ? His Massage to u <>ur text is one of the s. a Bo ?k filled v? ?til r-t d pie, guided by Hi-. Holy Spirit, m due time a.U appreciate tin-,' symbols. Por many of them, that due ; eady here ]- ? it represents His Mediatorial Domin? ion of earth for a thou tnd years. Its whiteness symbolises th.' pint, jur-tio of His Kingdoi : ??' R .mteou.-, ness under the whole heo ? The heavens ?:.d earth whlc ,r:. the presence ?..'' the ureat Im? manuel will not be the Heavens of Ooa'd Throne, nor the earth which Ho han given le the children of m?n Th heavens and earth which '-,ii fleeae-a? sre, of e? aras, th? , lf|?, ?*? Is Bibls -vu.belog) ., ???ni ? ?stabil bed 4 the restless, humanity, and ? ?BS, '-. Ht t"?.? rnmenta, kingd backbone i ? . reaenl ?'(?ritual ? " ?? emm, ','hurrhiHi ? . our |ext d? elan sssume? control ? .,f ' null will l,, ? to-tlay p plans vv.ii bs Satan Now ?be ,'r .Some r, , .,f 11 , ,. , , that Ha " His ?i sn ? for ? , ? , ? tl ' ''""" to H country to r< .- tit end that st His 'lur.i are < - to Him a I bo 1 ? have had " - ? ? " futur? thai If ?.?. Ill b? ? deenl] ipoi ' ? ? ? ? The l.reat \\ hite 1 - aagg, Kep ? .- . . . : - - ? The ? , ? ne. No wonder we r< rtprt ting 1 ? But - I to all I ite right r our i.?. ? - . I ? Lord, through the l'r ? . ? tus that He i hn.l H ? - the n: i i ? I m, ? ' ' the !. ? ? ? '? ing. The ! : Him end liberty has bee:. Earth' tids of humar, intelli* ? d? ? counteract this general mo. . . disappear. Eves taking counsel together ? tu break 'her, 1 SN patting upon then -, to re inainrur.it.. a re ?a prevailed e cent a hurher plane, contre led telligeni "Be Instructed, 1 s I it tl sntial priaeei viexv of thl i the 1 of changi - ? ? take u ' ? money I I - ? it ? ' If B il XX ill . ??5 in by wsi not ill ' ? ? ?i.of ? th? " . ? be ?1* ere not itroyed m tbs Beeond ueata ? i ? ? i N *i HI?-?