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fixion,.and while he was among the people 'in the flesh. t s
Humanity is not much different now than it was in His time. .
We still have the poor and the oppressed, the money changers and
the Pharisees and the scribes,, the masters and the slaves. . .
The people still have their troubles and they still need comfort
and consolation. They still need love, and get mighty little of it
We have many preachers, many professors of Christiahity, but not
so many of them are teachers and social workers.
The gospel of Christ is as sweet, as pure and as beautiful now
as it was then, and the people need the Christianity of Christ now a?
much as the people of those days needed it. And if we always got
it as our brethren of those times g(jt it, it would be as popular now
as it was then.
But it should be available every hour of the day instead of at
certain hours on Sunday. It should be a, part of every one's every-1
flay life. When a preacher finds that the people Won't come to him,
let him go to them, as did the one great teacher, preacher and social:
worker. If he hath the spirit of Christ himself, he will not hide his
light under a bushel, for the people will find it out. If there -is any
thing wrong at all if isn't with the people, but rather with the failure
of the preacher to understand them and" to lead where they would:
follow. . .
When a man preaches that every man is his brother, it is up
to him to make good in his own life to practice what he preaches
. TO PROBE HOSPITAL.
Waverly, Mass., Aug. 21. The
McLean hospital here is one of
'the most exclusive in the United
States, but it is going to be inves
tigated. It seems that there was a little
party held on the hospital
grounds Saturday night. The
participants were eight male and
ight female nurses.
A great time was had; so great
a time that three policemen who
happened to be passing decided it
twas time they took a hand in it.
They took a handy also several
black eyes, the hospital employes
turning in and beating them up.
. Warrants for the arrest of
three-men have been issued and
the police-say they are going fd
investigate tne nospitai to a nn
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$5,000 FOR TWO GUNMEN?'
New York, Aug 21. District?
Attorney Whitman is consider
ing offering a reward of $5,(KXV
for the arrest of Gyp the Blood
and Lefty Louie, the only two
gunmen' indicted for the murder;
of Herman Rosenthal, still at
It is believed tha,t former Po
lice Inspector Hayes, whom Com
missioner, Waldo reduced for
making-false statements and fail
ure to disclose disorderly houses
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