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r&uK six ALBUgui:i:guj: evening citizex. 000000t0vT0000 oooootooooooo I A Sermoim On a ly lie. MiulHon t". IVlorO Whin Iot w.tj comni;inl-il t" c-rap- o the mountain 1m lutein to run. hl heart begun to flutter, hi Itmtm RHve way. hl! breath seemed nhort and he plert with the iinsel that he mlnht he wnt Into a little town between the rlty and the moun tains, and, JmlirliiK ly le, he led ht the Are mtitht not full upon It hat he might like shelter In It be cause, beln little lty. It had not committed Rre.it sins. "Is It net a little one?" It In the small win for whleli we are. always excuiiiiK niirwlvcs little Insincerities, little infractions of tho law, the IHtle points we jrlve way in lor convenlenre'j sake or fashion's. "Ito be sr.rupulouK iihoiit little things may bo thought Indicative of a nar row mind and a petty spirit, jet from tho little have sprung the grout masses of Vice and crime. The magnitude of n tr.inRresslon does not depend upon the gteutness of the net which transgresses, but on the intensity with which the sinful element la working in It. Prusslc arid evaporated down to microscopic fragments Mill hit th- poisonous principle In it. Small slim, by reason of their nu mcrousness. have a terrible nccumu- krtire. power, like the peer' flies on tJi roue bushes, their power of nils chief liea In their reproduction. The nemesis of all fin is that it requires repetition, partly to still conscience, partly to satisfy excited tastes. All our evil doing's have a strong affinity with each other, so that to jro wrong in one direction leads to a whole train of transgressions. The soldier who was smuggled into a fortress, concealed In a hnycart, open ed the gales of a virgin citadel to his aJliee outside. Kvery evil thing, how ever InslgnlAc-int. we admit Into our liven Is charged with the same errand he had: Set wide the door when you re Inside and let u all come in af ter you. The Importance of a principle cannot be determined by questions of nteoauremcnts. A lion is a Hon. even though it may be so little that you can play with it. The principle in volved in sin is that it grows, and that for which we apologise ns for a little sin carries a great principle behind It The finest tree my grand father had on hJs farm was killed toy a. slnglo worm. Many a once noble creature that promised fair for usefulness has been worm-eaten away and destroyed by cherishing a single n. A ship may be sunk by a cargo of Band as well as by a cargo of millstones. In God's universe there are no tritlea. Alfred Russell Wallace tells m that to the presence of the dust we owe the formation of mists, coluds and great beiieflcial rains, Instead of waterspouts and destructive torrents. The dust gives to us the blue of the ky end of the sea it Is the canvas on which the' sun paints the gorge ous colors of the morning and of the evening; without dust there would be no disused daylight we should have to choose between the glare of the min's direct rays and total darkness, There Is no form of existence so low, no atom so small, that has not Its appointed task In the economy of na ture. A very little thine makes all the difference. A touch of the lever and the paddles turn astern. Laale things accumulate into character end determine destiny; little courtesies, little kindnesses, encouraging words. friendly letters these little things Indicate the character. Wordsworth characterizes the ".little nameless unremembered acts of kindness and of love" as the "best portion of a Kooil man's life." The real heroism t life is to do all Its little duties promptly and faithfully. Our days demand numberless lit tle things In thoughts and deeus: the history of each day goes to the eter not record complete or wan-ling In proportion to our fidelity to little things. Our littleness is made great ness when God's touch comes. The foundation of the skyscmpliig buildings are made of bits of cement, tine as dust, mixed witti countless particles of the cement of loving obdience must underlie all greatness Wacaulay said. "You must dig deep if you would rise to greatness How many do noting because they .cannot do big tilings! A man dreamt that he died and was taken ly the .angels to a beautiful temple. After women of discreet years to graduate studies. Several ladles have pursued special courses In the graduate de partment without difficulty of any kind, and without Inconvenience for I heir Instructors or male fellow-stu-! dents. At a time like Ihc present, j w hen in almost every line of business and in every kind of employment wo- MICH B TC 1)111111 USJWUIRIf H Willi 111. K. 'J--J----' . W(,, ,p absurd to assume that f place In asso- Hlnnlrlng it for some time he dis covered that one stone was missing. He said to the nngels: "Why Is that sioik left out?" The nngels replied: "That was left nut for you, but you wanted to do great things, and so there was no room left for yon." After that he always worked faith fully at whatever came his way. You may not be able to speak great words, but you can speak kind words. You man not be able to do great deeds, but you can do loving deeds. Our greatest debt Is In the invisible. In tho Spanish war It was the man behind the guns" until a brave fel low wrote from the flagship at Ma nila In behalf of "the men below the deck." What were the navy without these heroes, twenty feet below water-line? Kvery business in life has Its men and women "below deck." upon whom success largely depends. Trackwalkers, proofreaders, sextons these and a thousand others consti tute that nobler kind of "submerged tenth" by whom we live and to whom we forget to give credit. Home one. perhaps, looks around him upon thjs vast world, peopled with upwards of fifteen hundred mil lion enough people. If they went by a given point at the rate of one a second, to consume fifty years day and night in passing, busy millions to whom his very name Is unknown, and he suys to himself: "What am I In the midst of so many?" a grain a nth! the sands of the seashore, a bubble on the face of the ocean that hursts In a moment and disappears. ' The great things of this world have been accomplished by individuals. Truths that now sway the world were first proclaimed by Indivlouul lips. Vast reformations have originated in individual souls; great thoughts now the axioms of humanity proceeded from the centre of individual hearts. Christ's ministry was largely one of Individuals; he selected his disciples one by one. ills miracles were on the Individual. He heard the appeal of the individual. There I hey would be out elation with men at our higher seats of learning. In view of the actual facts ot our present social evolution, the step taken by the Hopkins, in advance of other Institutions of like grade, is, therefore, not only nol premature, but may be said to be belated. The time Is long past when public- opinion could Justify the exclusion of a per son from equal opportunity for self Improvement on the mete ground of sex. OOOCJOOOOC)CXXXXJOOOOUCX)OCXXX) L,avy Unfit to Write Are no circumstances that ever shut out the self-giving attitude. An aged but always active woman became suddenly a helpless prisoner with hopeless paralysis. When she was told that a near relative wns laid by with a severe cold, the stam mernlng tongue Immediately replied, Ask here whether there is anything we can do for Her? Her attendants smiled at one who could move neith er head nor limb, thinking of min istering to the sick far away, out that question did more to touch the hearts and to inspire the motive of those who heard it than she could have done, perhaps hod she been herself the busy, bed-side minister that she would have been If she could. And so there Is never one so weak as to lose all strength for oth ers, never one so por as to have no substance to divide with others. Min istry 4s possible to all. You do what you can. I like this sentiment: "When I am dead and gone, and the mould upon my breast Say not he did ill or well Only, 'he did his best.' " H Women at Johns 8 8 Hopkins g OOCXX)CXX)tXX)OCXXXXX)OCX'00000 From the Philadelphia Public ledger The south has Just witnessed again the potency of the unwritten law. A Louisiana Judge, who had been elect id to congress, but still adorned and uplifted the bench of Hilton Kongo, live months ago shot and killed a neighbor for whom, with or without reason, he had conceived a sudden tiiid poignant distaste. Then he went to the local Jail, from which this week he emerged free, the grand Jury hav ing refused to indict Mm. He did not even have to make n plea to the tribunal of Justice, or an apology to the community. Conviction grows that the "unwrit ten law' bus remained In that nuliu loUH condition because unlit to be written. Where there exists Justlfl- j cation for the net of murder, any com- in 11 n 1 1 . north or south, w ill recog-1 nl.e It. Such Justification, however. is less common than many seem to suppose. In the most liberal con struction of the "brain-storm'' va riety of procedure there generally has been tho tribute to form and decency that called for a public demonstration and vindication. The legal machinery of proper Jurisdiction has endeavored to enforce statute law as against the absence of It. and a decision has been reached by a trial Jury. Louisiana has found a simpler way The grand Jury can release the of fender without annoying him much, and with no expense to him. The wise Loulsiauian will regulate his brain-storm so as'lo have It arrive when the grand jury Is in session. Think of the 1ie wasted months of the congressman-elect! CXXXXXXXCXXXXXX0000000000 The Musical Fly 8 OOCXXOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJOO (From Ule. ( A wrong note had occurred in the orchestra several times. The conduc tor In despair commenced an exami nation of the music of the respective instruments. On looking at the first violin copy he spied a dead lly on the music. "You Idiot!" he roared to the French violinist, "can't you see that Is a My on your music?" "No matter," retorted the French man, "he was there, aim I played him." fFemalellfealiness1 "Last Fall," writes Mrs. S. G. 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CXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX) The decision of the trustees of the Johns Hopkins University to admit women to graduate courses of study, making them eligible for the degree of doctor of philosophy, marks a long step of progress In the world of high er education toward the frank recog nition of mental capacity without re gard to sex. Tho Hopkins Medical school has for years been giving its degree of doctor of medicine to wo men on the completion of studies hardly less exacting than those re quired of a doctor of philosophy. If no valid objection exists for forbid ding women access to the studies und classes of the medical department, none, certainly, can be offered to their participation In the work of the other departments. As long ago as lSSit. In fact, the university, making an exception, gave the degree of doctor of philosophy to a woman who had completed the pre scribed course in geology. 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