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of life has.
If the companies db this the cat
men will again demand that -the
companies produce their books.
Yesterday the arbitration board
decided not to Call on He coin
parties for the books at' this titne,
retaining the right io make the
demand la'ter-. " -
The car jneh point but that if.
the companies do not produce
their books they cannot have any
case in regard to the cost of oper
ating the lines.
The car men claim that if the
Cost df operating has risen sd also
has the net profits of the com
pany, ihe companies cannot
prove this claim untrtie without
producirfg their books.
the Hidden Lowers in us
You have seeri a iriah of ordinary strength hypnotized and sus
pended by head and artkles on the edges of two chairs, support half
a dozen or more heaYy hien on his body Sometimes a horse is thus
supported on a sed-saw board placed across the subject's Ixjdy.
A man of average strength, ""under ordinary conditions, could no
more sustain a 1,200-pound horse or half a dozen men while'thus
suspended than he coliid fly without a machine. He could not be
made to believe that he could dosuch a thing; yet while under the
powerful sUggestioh of a hypnotist that he can do it he does it easily.
Now, Where did the power which enabled the subject to do this
marvelous thing Come from? Certainly not from the hypnotist, for
he merely called it out of the subject, and it did not come from space
outside of him. It Was latent h the man himself.
Such experiments give us glimpses of enormous poweis within
us about which we knowVery little and Which) if we could Use thehi,
Would enable us to do maiveloUs things.
It is this soul power which makes a giant out of art invalid iri an
instant's time when the'house fakes fire or some great catastrophe
occurs, or when a child, dearer tb the riiother than life, is in imnii
nc'it dahger. "
We are all surprised some times in our lives through some
great crisis or when in a desperate situation to find that a tre
mertdbUS reserve power comes to oUr assistance from somewhere?
that from the Great Within, from mysterious depths of OUr ttatUre,
come marvelous powers when the call is loud enough attd strong
We none of Us know what tremendous things -we could do If
an emergency great ehough, imperative enough, Were to made a
sudden Call upon us. "
The thing which,, more than all tlse, checks theselatent powers
and makes us weaklings is fedr.
The thing which, more than all else, liberates these powers and
makes -men giants i$ faith.