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The Parable of the Tartas Sassta? Sckwal Lea.oo for Jas? 26. 1910 StuK Suggest or? *"d Practical Thought, tlnual dorn ?huh hi am! v? sue as kl: tsbll*: laws of heaven an h, so that earth Th?? 24. .17 The Bsaa of Mar.." thro.ich ? .; ?wan man Ifeat In the ?teed sowing Ha *s the aonroi ?an In the (Pardon of Eden, and has b?>en ?owing ever tat -ry g?x>d man. wherever found. Is a child of from above |>y th? Spirit, and made alive wltb the life The FI? Tb*? field Is th?? w - It II not the ?he whole world, not < h-ts'lan landa, but all lands In which the true church la the ? 1 '?? hl? field " The w :ng of tares Is s usurpation Christ "csrae unto hi!? own " The good BSed are the chi ' ?f the king?! ho In heart ' to tbe kingdom. ? ulth Ita spirit, and ?tri ?ng to lU? prlnc ; Ood'R c! Mvlng Bieed Th. pria Is la them >t In? crease. A dead church does not ?row; and thla neither Qoi : in In eresse of that kind of Christians or churches. Tber?? is a | good seed ad snd sil clrcwnstsj ig dtff??? kinds of fruit at ?IIfT?-r^*fit tin Bul rerrejii1 ? -? sre plant?ed ss well aa sown, planted where Ood deeli "by the streams of water" dan 1 The Enemy Sowing Tares Among th? Wheel I hile men slept," that la. a?* retly. whea the good did not realize what was going on. any more than a sl?*eplng person could The begfhntngH of evil sre often scarcely al -ung often btsc In coi;? \ll. as u? and outcome, aa If th- "in.! ash "Hi? Fr ' as ?rtehed an? devil iva 3?? IS? He ??a? the orlglnsl iSUOBsg men The story Is truly told In as Is not the suthor of sin either at firat. nor st sny time pince Everything God NB? Is toward making mei "The tares are the children ?>f the wlek?*d on?,'? filled ?it h his spirit, liv? ing accordi;.? to his pitnctplea. and under his control They are not s degenerate form of virtue, but as dis? tinct as virtue ?nd vice They often resemble the g?H>d till the fruit be? gins to appear, but they are as d" ent as wheat and tares, as thistles and roses. The Wheat and Tar?s Crowing To? gether?Vs. 26-30. "Let both grow together until tbe haryesL" Hvcause at first It is very difficult to dlatln gulsh between the wheat and the tarea The tares are counterfeit wheat. Because when the distinction Is clearer, there Is danger lest "while ye gather up the tares, ye root up also the whest with them." for the roots of the two are Interlaced together. It Ik ab- -i-erisary before the grain is used in the harvest, "to avoid the mingling of the kernels of the darnel and the wheat lest tbe bread he poisoned The Harvest The Fate of the Tarea?Ve. 30. 3.M2 "Let ?>oth grow together until the harvest, which takes place at "the end of the world" (v 3?), or age "Ssy to the reapers . . . the sn gels" iv 39). (Matt ??:?7. 14:11; S Thee 1:7); any being* or powers which accomplish this work ?"To burn them." So ss to destroy their power of evil, and to keep them from spreading They nhall gather out of his kingdom all things that of? fend" iv ?Hi. that cauae others to stumble In the path of righteousness. The Harrea?. Tue Mieneedness of the Righteous ?Vu 30. 43 "Then, when separated from evil, "??hall the righteous chine forth as the sun." Here ?re ?ound hop?? and cheer amid times of opposition and the flourish lit,; of ???, *'ik?i the evil help the paasl Christians themselves are ed'i snd dls<iplln?*d Ly contact with tht tarea They mould not be nearly ho good If ?hit off In a community by ?elvei. Teres would stili come In If the ?heat does not seek to change f_be tares lato whest. the will degenerate Into tar,** This la always so when pie would SB all ow with the BrOTaai, ?steri e sad ? . ? HAMILTON MAKES LONG FLIGHT Flew From New York to Phila? delphia and Return. 17? MILES IN 209 MINUTES $ $'0.000 Prize Of fer?. .ewepaper. ? > three Philadelphia h bi* bearings mistaking a gre? of J??? sa Island, and ?wo of Of his engine ?tnd quit work.' I a swamp and It weh : made as ape the lm? ? Aa it was. his a? fual flying; time for ea, and he follili with ??w York Times to mak?* a round trip ! within l? S?hn*o f?T Attm-Icst? Pre*? Aaeoclatlon I CHARLES K. HAMILTON. in In this country to ma? alls in a mach II ianiil acBlBvsBBea? the ?rea..?-st in tl??? aviation, unsurpassed In that Hamilton struck out a '.'., without land buoys to guld?? him. without a ? hart???1 route to help him, and a???oniplished th?? teat with such :? had laid out. Few men have r? 'hat Hamilton got when be dropj ? ? clouds. Along the Battery, the wat**r front of Brooklyn, the ?-dge of Star?-n Island and tk walls Th?>u of them had waited for hours, ?wayed by rumors that ?am*? from \mln>y swamp On ????G???*? Island, at the aviation grounds, a thousand chins wer?? turned skyward. Hamilton came so fast that a few Is after th?? officer spotted him the aeroplane was discernible to the naked ?? saw. painted against the gray mists t>f ??iaten Isla?, blur. ???? seconds more and it was a wide winged bird, a bird with Us head tucked out of sight. Cm it came in a line a quarter of a mile south of the Statue of Uafcorty, -too feet above the bay. In another flash of time you made out the ?lean lines of th?? planes and you could see Hamilton crouched over his steering * I As the air currents frisked above the water, they ?lipped the aeroplane to the left and right Walk stii; the bay. but rapidly nearlng the sea wall of (?overnor's Island. Hamilton shut off aOWST. Th?? propeller ceased its faint droning, revolved slowly for s few time?, and the machine com menced to drop, slowly at first, thea faster. Hamilton s?-t the motor work lng Just lor.g enough to reverse las propeller and mak f an easy landing. I With yells exploding ail around him. Ite droped his afaSSSM to th?? sands in a long sweep, as a gull dives Th?? bicycle wheels thumped the ground. the aeroplan?^ bounced a foot perhaps and then ran slong without a jar for less than I The crowd enguif-d the little man and gave him no chance to climb out of the machine and stretch his cramp j ed limbs fie ws? a sight. If ever In the world there was a soiled aviator, Hamilton was that bird. TAFT GIVES SNUB TO CONGRESSMAN Presiden! Denies Audience to Francis B. Harrison. ANGERED BY HUMILIATION New Yorker Declare He ?Vaie Ap ent Por President t gatio^ and Had No Wa 3e Received. r ? ?? ? ? ? ?n the later. ther to fair There was I lith Mr eral ? : rawn calling upon the h? information 1:1 of the Glavls charge? aga.? tary i for th? - Law l?*r. assistant a ? In tl. nation, had made a draft 01 ' the let! seretarj Hal? - fron ? had a ? . I at of what - with ? Marri ? that we r?-tar rivale ild not see "I ? I had mud? s ago ? it, and Mr ? acal:. 1 'h the president Bed me that ? it would ? 1 dele anying me. but would I admit I was surprised ? i Imi: th?? White Hospital Orderly Heir to $500.000. A leti who lai told Albert Wright byt?Tian hospital, in Philadelphia, that I a Importer of Mine? fng Lane. London, has ?Led and left him $ Vri?hr ha position at the hospital and will sail for England this ????.?? Last January he married an KnglLsh girl, whom he had I sere child Airship, Horse and Auto to Race Th?? ihe Tan aviation ? state fair - it rnj ??:?.?? | 1 will lie a r.i BW BW :el bi plan-. Bur??* Oldfleld with Btl Bens, and Minor Heir, th?? fastest hri ..ir>?? Tli?? horse will pace on the half-mile tra? ?V OldtU-ld will dr:. the mile I a wld-T circuit i*. the air. Gift For Teddy. Jr. A live b-ar rub. CUUghl near Du luth. Minn on Monday, has been sent velt. Jr., as a wedding :it by .lohn (' ??r?'enwsy, of Cole raine, superintendent for the United Stet?? p way. w?>o is s former Rough Rider, has gone t?j New York to greet the former presi? dent Sugar Men Convicted. Charl?-> ? Heine, the BOT retary and fTOr of tin? AmiTiran Suxar Re fining company, and Krnest (?erbracht. formerly ihe superintendent of the Havenieyer A Klder sugar refinery In Willtamshurg. were found guilt., in New York ot complicity in the sugar weighing frauds on thr refinery docks in Wllllamshiirjr by a jury In the crim? inal brami? of the I'nited Stat??e cir? cuit conn Tj?? third defendant, .lamea P. Bend?-rnagel who was formerly esshier of the Hsvemeyer A Elder re? finery, wss tbe subject of s long fought disagreement among the twelve jur? ors during the nearly twelve hours la Which they de!i!*ersted Clerk William Lesi y mailed the roll of jurors snd then asid Centi?mes have you reached S verdict?" "We have." replied Ernest D Terry, the foreman We fiad the defendant Heike guilty on the sixth count of the Indictment. We find the defendant der bracht guilty \ I ia tha li ?rendant. Benderna gel. we ? an'v Princeton Gets Proctor's $500.000. Prli -? I MRS RUSSELL SAGE. . I dorm: ? Wealthy Planter Burned at Stake. The poli ? a plan?? I ? ? ? alckel near by a par' He we ly dead from ? ? th?? aas ? ? - again but Just - an?i attempted to tell the ? with aqua to mu< ? * big land :igs and was wealthy May Whip Daughter. tgent has the r nineteen anil a .??><aal l>? Th? case F.wart chare daugl" with assault and bet lie was within his rights aii The vomii?; ? Itlfea that ber father sp.i. llpaoi lit be ??h* went te a . mk. Drops Dead as Ball Team Score*. ? ball game b ae IVona ani Springfield. IIL. ball teams of the Threv I ?rday at ria. William Bistler. a asectator, drop wer dead when the Pearls had scored two runs Lynch Negro Who Attacked Girl. Ro! <ro wi. an>l killed by a s S swamp near : miles ea-*t of I cola. Fla following an atta? k on a twei? . ightes of G h: - PUTS "GIFT" TAKING UP T? CONGRESSMEN Says Judiciary Committee is Employed by Hailroads. S?'i -barges were made in congr seeatatlea Rich ard W.? i'ark'T. of New .'>? cbalrni.iii led ot!i-v BSBBBbSfS "t tli? aeaea committee ou the Judiciary. Th?? p was sprung by Rep reasntam.? Choice h Rbb?sH. Dasa? crat. Of Texas He ? !?<:>;??? that Hep ? ke-r ano other menili -is of the coasaslttas v. giit>. tran?. ? eSBploysseal and compen? sation of great and pecuniary vaiue'' from raihotds Mr Ran.; ?II charg<'d that this was true ?thes. - of the committee from un u; m th?? bill to BTOhlhtl Ige I from r?-i Nek - ? railroads or OthSI aorataoaa Rand? II brought before the house? a Privileg??! r.-solutlon to remove the meaaure referred to from the cotr.ru;' tee on Judiilary and to have It hasse diately rSpOftOe back to the has The committee assailed by Mr. Ran dell include? some of the most ? n<nt members of the house. Its men. hers s re: Rlchsrd Wayne Parker N??* Jersey, chairman; Charles Q Tirrell Massachusetts; John A. Sterllag. III! nois; ReutVB O Moon. Philadelphia; Gerrltt J iM.-kema. Michigan; O R Malby. New Torh; ? W Higgins Connecticut; ? P. Goebel. Oblo; ? : win Deinby. Michigan; Paul How I an 1 Ohio, h? M Nye, Mlnneaota; W G ShenVl?. Rhode Island, Henry Clayton. Alabama; Robert L 11 Ikni?bte of Ifrvtb?as, ?. ?.. S. ?., ?. ?., ?. AND ?. This organization is one of the most powerful in the country and its progress has been phenominal. The Graud Lodge of Virginia has juris? diction over all of the cities and counties in this state. Thirty malea are n^quired to organize a new lodge. The benefits paid constitute one of its strongest features, but the principles are greater than anything else. Founded on Friendship, based on Charity and established on Be? nevolence, the respectable, upright people of the state will find it an order worthy of their heartiest support. It pays an endowment aud burial benefit of of $200.00 for all ages. It pays $4.00 per week sick dues. The badge costing 75 cents each is the only absolutely necessary regalia. F -r information concerning the organzaition of lodged apply at the main office. The Courts of Calanthe Is the Female Department of the Order. It requires a membership of thirty persDus to organize a court. Its memoers are pledged to exhibit Fidelity, exercise Harmony and prove Love one for the other. It pa an endowment and burial benefit of $150.00. It pays $3.00 per week sick dues. The only expense for regalia is the cost of the badge, 50 cents and a rosette, costing 25 cents for funeral occasions. For all information concerning special rates of membership in the lodges andrOurts address John Mitchell, Jr., 311 N, 4th Street. ? ? Virginia FLOOD TAKES 200 LIVES Fifty Spectators Persh When Bridge Is Swept Away. It i ? ? - stran ? lout at 1 !' ?rh?-ti a sal ? Two ba * YOUNG BRONCHO BUSTERS Louis and Temple Abernathy Rode 2000 Miles to Meet Roosevelt. ABtRNATHYS REACH GOAL Youthful Oklahoma Rough Riders Ars Warmly Received. ? >f two thousand miles on pon lea from ts.ir bonis in okia . ? ? ?????. York to th.-ir father's l: dent ir. upon hl? ar of at least a thousand annoi? when th y .Jrew BB their t:red bron Ctsoa hero re the Hotel Breslln snd. ?anting rushed into the arm?) ef th?-ir proud father Marshal Ja? k Ahernathy. anxiously awaiting tu m? B thi'ui ? m the moment they reached the city the little roii?h ridere were the ? continuous r^eptlon. They rode off the ferryboat that brought them from Jersey City into a veritable mob. It took six mounted poll to clear th?. way. and a constantly in creating crowd fell In behind. Smile? ss broad as their sombrero,?? light??<1 up the youngster's face? as thev bares their heads in salute Then th?? slipped from their ponies and hurried Into the hotel. The nervy sons of the Oklahoma United States marshal left their fath er'e ranch in the nnddl?? west on April 16 and have received nr?'at ovations at all points during thtMr trip .? tbe country. Misa Drexel Now Lady Maidston.v The marriage of Viscount Maid stone, the oldest son of the Earl of Win? helues and Nottingham, an : Margaretta Armstrong I)r??xei ter Of Anthoni I Drex??! of Pli pbia. the first of three Anglo American weddings to t;i .n dm ing June, was celebrated at St. Ma: garet s Weotf* But for the death of the king placln? msny ? o la moirning this wss ? have been BUS of the big aortal eren BLACKWELL A BRO. ONI Ol I ili I i \1>I\?. PAIA l I K PRAI AND VISING AND GEN KKAL CONTRACT??: All Work l.uarAii' ml?. |^?? iri- or OasJetU ?.ne l's a. Trial ? ?>u Will Ne\er Ibf^rvt It. AIMlG?? ???? St. Fetor Stn-.-i, Hi? lim??n?i. \ .1 1 ??? I li..no. Madison ,VM*M. 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE ?oc Marks Dc signs COPTBl?MTl Ac Scientific American. A t??n<Jao??i?"T r-n.?raf?^l ????? ? I --. M?t ?ttr t a r ?': r ?.?? tu?. $L So??! i/j all n??waOeal*i?a> MUMNiCo.???'NewYQU Bran, h ( ? '? ?. ?? ? IH, Waahtaaton. IX C A. Hayes OFKTCK AND WARH-ROOMS, 727 North ?Second Streg>? ? aasioKNca, 725 N. and St. First class Hacks snd Caskets of All Descriptions. I nave a Spare Room for BODInhl when the Family nut a Suitable Place. All Coun try Orders sre Given Special Atten? tion. Your Special Attention Is ?Call? ed to the New Style OAK CASKETS. Call and See Mo and You Shall be Waited On Individually. 'Phone, Madison-27 78. of tbe seaaon. Ae It was. tber?? Isrge sttendsnee both at th? and at tbe re?-eptlon held afterward a: .Mr Drexel'i ? The Barrica was fully choral, the bishop of London and Canon H eu BOB of Weettnlnater a: Msrg;. ? .fating The interior of the little church had been decorated with whif I3 margu? There were tOO bridesmaids 1:. white satin, and i astead of hats they wore ban?1eaux of marguerites with long tulle veils They were Lady Gladys Flncb- Hatten, sister of the bridegroom: Miss Hilda Chi?: and V Gunning, ins of the hrldcgroom, Miss Rhoda Aetley. daught'-r of Dowager I.ady Hastings; lady Violet Manners Sybil F?Mlowes. daughter of Lord de Ramsey. Miss Constance Combe, the daughter or Lady Comb?; Miss 1 Wayne, of Philadelphia, and two American brides??? - Mildred Carter, who Is to he married to Lord' >n on Juno -1. and Miss Helen Post, tu be msrried three days later to Montagu ?MOt Charles Mills, son of Lord Hilllngdon. was the best man The two received many pr?? The bride s father xav?? her s diamond tiara ami a medallion of diamonds at? tached to a jeweled chain, as well aa an automobile. In which I.ord and Lady Maidstone are to tour the conti nent on th??'r BOSSTrutnou Mrs. Drex el's gift to her daughter was s rope of pearls. The vain?? <>f th?? presents has been estimated at mor?? thas a quarter of a million dollars J G Morgan sent a diamond cable two yards long, and the George J Goulds a twelve-carat gem set In s ring. _ A western school journal Is respOO) atble for the story that a youthful pu? pil In the hist?>ry class wrote the foi lowlug statement: "The A merles ? wsr of independence Book pisce because tbe colonl??a refused to aubmlt to taxation without tempts Oui? ' THE ECONOMY, 303?5 North Third St TAILORING ?????' ?CLEANING, DYEING A RBPAIK CHITMAN M. WHITE, PROPRIETOR STRAUS' .SPECIAL Old Yacht Cleb, PURE WHISKEY UHI ^itiv', the LseOS- of the Right ! ??? SUruolant. Spedai Prime ? a Basa IH Orsasaa ?.f Good ? aaeea, < itfarv ???? G, iM?? and hea ? a ISaAAC STRAUS & CO.. 422 E? Broad St., Richmond, V?renla. ? ? Jonathan FISH, OYSTERS ?AND PRODUCE. 114 N. 17th 6>C RICHMOND. VJL ALL. ORDBRS WILL SIGIIvl PROMPT ??????G????. I?og DteCaece 'Phnea, 7Sa\ SCHOOL SHOES. Capitol Shoe & Supply Company, No. 210 East Broad Streei. A complete stock of Boys/ ?Misses.' Men's, Ladles,' ?St Children's Shoes. ALL THE LATEST STYLES. J?RGENS SON Before making your purchase you would do well to call at the most reliable furniture house in the city and see the fine line of REFRIGERATORS. MATTINGS, OIL-CLOTHS And in fact everything thai ia needed in house furnishings. RUGS AND CARPETS Of every description; also the latest designs in ROCKERS and special CHAIRS Our good? are the heat for the price and the price is eery loe. C. G. JURGEN'S SON, Adams and Bro?\d ;Strb3T3