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TULSA DAILY WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1921
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l Copyright 1917, by William Aliloy Sunday
Izn lint rmw,.r ftU rt,.,1 in t i t . i. . . t .1 . .. .... . . .it .. . i. . v. ,-AAnh Aiit HimiffhtA murdcrp. I Fret., h infidel Lv 1
renin In behind the counter nnd .,H y,, ,,. B(rt more factions i ' lie o tinnl. von are nnt n fh, i.tinn fall. n exhausts lh soil When tho fornication." If tho deeds Of men I rank I In had to. rn .
giab Home of you Walt Htrect hunk j Al f,.,,,j Nn,j. Btli up t,nrr trouble " i nro you'" H. said, "How me devil earth becom-n bankrupt Wo will and women aro bla. k its borausn I t.p- n-i infidel and
In riennnln, thirty-second rhap
lr, lh twenty-eighth, verse, "pow
er villi Otnl nnd with men, and Imat
Jirovtilleil." Jt II nut necessary for
inn to ciinsitnm my etmngth and
your tWnn to give ynu tho rtorv In
intnll. J'fir there In im character
Now wnlt h mltiule. And so whin
Jacob heard of It he cot cold ft.
II Mid, "I will appease lilm with
it present." fih, we have got i lot
nf rnols t.-ylng m work tne sime
gam on Uid today, Thy tlvlnk
thnt Ihi.y (An put a f.w NiMlnHd
In nil history with whom the aver-1 gins window In u church and give
er by your collar and ynnk ynu nut
nnd throw you on your bnck and
shako shrouds over you, nd aK
you how you have solved the prob
lem, "Wlint doth It profit a man If ha
Win the whole world nnd low his
own mini? flod miiy hvo to tako
nom of you womn nnd nhnktt a
Whnt In yuiir iiiiih? "(Md rnorn
Inn." Clod nnyfi, "ynu old bnoe
iKdntir, keotrtnK notnebody on tlia
Mdc" "Wlint In your ime?" Jf
BHlil. "It Id Jncoh. I mn a nchemer,
I ntn a mipplnnter " (lod myt, "I
n't chII you .Tneob any nioro I'll
rlv you a nnw nnmn. I'll on 11 you
Inrnni. "An a jirlnrn thou hunt
Min.ud over you. lln mny )mv to Powr with Ood and wltli man.
.n. ,, ,, Mum i.i y...ii i rfw. i in leu you w nt r w.mt
do you know'" I wild. "Ilorauno ntarvo to death
you nrn half drunk, and Chrlntlanuy
and rd whlnky don't ntny In thn
wimo nkln together. Thnt'n why."
Ho eommnnred to ohfw tho ran.
"Now." I wild, "tho fellow that nold
ynu thn nlop that haa maiU n blenr
ejed drunkard out of you li your
enemy. I am trying to help you ami
(in you Kf'Od. cut it out nnd lm a
man, will you'" Itn nald, "Pard, by
Kn "nan or woman In wiofn famil
lar than Jacob, Homnonn na
up rued him thn I'etnr of ihn Old
Tealamenti mid thn history of Ja
eoh In larnely thn lilnlory of thn
j.Tnwlnh unllon In opltotne: and I
J think that the imlntenen nnd the
lilntnry of tho .Inwlnli nation in one
i (if thn Mupendoun cumumanta of
the Inoptratlon nf th Mthle.
Tim wed of Abraham l the
mlmcln of hlntoYy. It niiik'-n mv
blnod boll to hoar a man npeak. of
rihn .law an a aheeny or a Chrlnt
: killer. If ever you walk l ha an
Tot Klory and arn kepi mil of hell it
t will ba bacaunn of your repenmnea
land faith In thn nhod blood of a
'Jaw, for humanly apenkliiK, Jmui
SChrlet ramo frmi the Jew.ah na
tion. And Mlrahnau In th l''rnrh
nnni'mbly, I'atrlik llenrv In tha
Jllnuna of 1lourcolln, and Hamuel
tAdiimn In Indattandenee hall, and
SDanla) Wabatnr In the t.'nlted Btatnn
nnnln, naver littered anylhlnit more
totoquent than the reaponnn to thn
3 common panpln nadn hy .lenun,
1 when they tauntad and nnaered at
him for brltut a Jew.
Ho nald, "Vim, I am a Jnw, and
fwheit your mmenlon were naked
wvnisen wnndi'ilim throiich the
jfOraalM, inlnn wen. lilnh prlnnta In
Ithti Temple of (lod." And u .law
it Jut an dlntlnctly a Jew today a
S ho wna alx thounnnd yvara ao. All
other nntlona have loat tludr )a
1 tlonnllly by marryltm and llllr
'nnrrylna- nml aaalmllailnK. luit not
5 tho Jew.
J Ji'MK A in I'lnaticlcrH.
! flnmo nf Ihn nhrowilant flnnnotera
;ot the world ara Jw. Yon pay
t trlbiilo to the Jew for thli milt you
tlrnVn on. and thn dritfln you wettr;
I for they control tha tnllorlrtR and
I tho euntom-miidn InmlnriMi of ibe
United Platen. I Mure In not n cabi
net In Uuropu that lumn't bad Jew
In Itn membornhlp, It wns renly
tho banklntf htmsn of Kuhrt-Ijoeo
ft Co. of New York thfit refuned to
loan Japan tiny mutiny to prnnaAilfc
the war, that ronlly hantened poae.
j u you vinu n pooruouMe you win
I not find a nlmtle Jew father or
rnothor Ilvlnu off the enmity. on
I won't find a Jew a-nnnjf the hob(tn
tor weary Wllllea iifinhnncllliiB for a
hnnd-out. A Jaw oricnnUod the
( Now York pure milk atipply mv
. n . . . , . , . i . ......
irimm niiiuii cmiunn. 411111 uino
la nollilnt morn lnnorf nnt tndhv
J than to help thn people, obtain purr
; milk. Thnt baa been ono of the
; Rrrntrat nourcos for tho prevention
: of dlnenBn. It wan reeontly dln
1 covered that thero nro over throe
T thounnnd ltlndn of itermi In milk.
wo have only nocn niiin 10 oinaniiy
four hundred of them. AVhen milk
cornea from the udder of the cow It
; la about tho mint tcmpcrnturo nn
jyolir blood, nnd nt that twmprr.i
Sturo tho Korma will doublo over
J twenty million Ume. Ho tncy rn
Irtuce It down to to a cold tmnpora-
lure to f rce.o nnd dnntrny thorn.
(It wnii a Jow that Bnvn tlia money
thnt nejit Columhun on his voyaito of
dlflcovi'i'y. ImIioIIo had to hock
hor Jewoln and they wnro hocked to
iv Jew, And the map CoIiiiii'.iiim
j lined w drnwit by a Jew. Ono ot
) Ills offlcora wan a Jow, nn.l Ids
I doctor nnd liltnrprctor vvcro Jew.
I And llio Interpretor was tho find
I ono to land upon thn new ami,
I Three of Ocorn 'NVnnlilnKton's ntaif
wore. Jowa. colonal Krederlek North
wn a Jow. nnd unvo Oeoreo Wnnh-
lnntoti JdrilJ.OOO to prOHoouto tho
revolutionary war; to help miakc
t pnnalblo our Amorlcnn Indo-
. I'coplo Wllluiiit a Country.
t And the Jewn havo been living In
I every land, but thuy havo nelectad
America an their homo. In lfi6S.
" tho llrltlnh Rovernmeitt, which had
jthe whole control or thin country,
t Bnvn Ihwu the rlKht to make thin
h littln monwy for nn annowmnni
fund to put a tdte organ In thn cor
ner and that tny can pull tha wool
ovfcr and put one over on (lod end
lie will pane Ihern through on tha
day of Judgment. Oh, tin, nothing
Now .Incob wan afraid of thn pin
thnt he had committed 20 ream
ago when hn fobbed Mnau of hl
birthright, And thn mother of then
hnya, ah, ahn aa a 1 hump, rthv
played fnvorltea. Now th m iilvi
that prompted hln pmver wa 1 iwl
rinh, And oven nl thnt (In I Al
mighty heard htm and hlenamt hlni.
Oh, thnru are lota of people that
limine tlod In thalr dlntrenH. Thn
they will forgnt him In their pro
pertly. Oh, whmi you think thn nn
tlirtiiker n coming to pump you full
of embalming fluid, meaniiro your
ennann to toll thn (;rav dinger how
lone to dig your grave, then yni
nend out tnn H. o. n. Hut whnn 11
In alt paM and you (an gat up, pi 'k
Up your long Hdnnorn and cut youi
rnupofln oft on Interent day, rrnwl
Into a whim nhlit with a diamond
nhlrlpln na big an a hickory nut, g.-t.
mm a, Tuxauo, pui on a mm 1111, gei
Into a taxi with eomo bird, and you
coma Immn nnunnd, oh, ynu put
your tbumhn In tha nrmholen of
your vert and nay, "(loodbye, 1 !l
neu yon Inler find." Ynu wait nn.l
co what h will do, You nun't put
It over on thn Lord.
How many paoplo pray In r-ml
nltisnrlty' Tbcu neetu to drum up
for tho oficaHtfui like noma Kror
who pitta tho large npplnn on the
top of Hie hurt el and the wcirtn
oalnti wltiilfulln III tha iiottom. Or
whnn you go to buy ntrnwhuriltm you
find tha rod mien nro 011 top and tlx
Kroon once In the bottom, and msybu
tho bin la a halt-Inch any. Or you
walk tip to buy a Ixinket of peachen:
lhy look rlpo under thn red mo
qulty netting, but I'll bet that you
could kill a mail nt :i yurilx with
one ut them. They are no Imrdl
Ihm't Piny Kliuri-cl.
How mnny peopln pray for hu
mility, whu It In pride, that they
With 1 7 'Multltuden of people go to
ihurch Hunday morning and they
Will nhut their eyen and duok, and
ihay will nay. "Thy KlriHilom come.
Thy will be done." and I think that
with half tlto uoonle that Utter It,
It In a llu. If you wanted (lod'n
kingdom to come, you'd put out of
your llfo everything that prnventn
It. If you wanted Ood'n kingdom
to romo, then you'd work hard to
riimovo from llm earth uvorythlng
that in preventing Ood'n kingdom
from coming. No mnn can pray
'Thy Kingdom tome" and than
walk up ' ami vote for the dirty,
ntlnklng nuloon. He can't do It.
You enn't pray "Thy Kingdom
como" nnd keen booro on your Hide-
board, AnhoUiwr-lIUBch, HchUtis and
I'abnt on tap In your Icobox. You
onn't nrav "Thv KluiTdom rom"
and go dawn town to a Dutch lunch
and hit It un. You can't pray
"Thy Kingdom como" nnfl keep
npmohody tin the nldo and dlagracn
your wlfo and chlldicti and your
family namo. No! Mi! no-.
Komeono nnyn "Can a Chrlntlan
go Into a naloon nnd tako a drink 7"
Not on your tintype, A Chrlntlan
walk with Jeniin, and when you
oroiia thn threnhnbi of a boom-Joint.
Jtnila Chrlat parts company with
you right there. 801110 people nt
templ to nerve Ood In a way that
rctnlmlH mn of thing thnt boyn
play at Halloween. Thoy go Up and
atlrk, a tlcktack on aoino fidgety
wouinn'a window, or go Up and ring
the doorbell and then boat It,' They
never expaet her to open the door,
and it nhu did they wouldn't know
what to nay. And peoplo pray, and
If tlnd nhoold open thu dour thoy
would m". "Oh, nro you thera
Ood7 1 didn't expect you. Roma
nounn miorn vou w over nrnv. 1- ... i
lln will al ow nu hmr imii .on , . .' ., . ' . ' . " go yoi one ror luck any-
nn win nnow you now weak you . hr nfly two (iientlonn that 1 think lav way." 1 nnbt "All rlirlil comn on "
nrn nnd how halploM you nro. Than ... ,h' foim lotloii of a nurflWul, ii -i... . 'i-f S'".n " ""' 1
you turn to llllll Ho nald. "Mm .u..unll1l i Imltvldiinl nr a .11 . , 111
deliver me." U you will all offer I community or 2 nation 1 ? wlia' h,kM'"' 1 ,17r, a woman on
an hnnont nravnr vou will make I mi "',ly' 0 r a naunn. 11 r , w nai tno ptt nrrenm nnd nhout. I ooked.
.1?,.. ""ZSL KIJiL'. w" lv you lownr with Owl7 Bec-,nt,,i 1. . rno1(,r. wilM hP .rm. wnv.
I don t know what your' trouble In. Zn l TJ.f m" "Ara"prTnce "i f"",,,""'," J,,,l,n , rt0W.n ",w
I dnij't earn to know, I have no din- h LX 'x'hlZn InaSr? '"hiT; i
firMltlnrt to btilt Into vour Hffalff or i .. ,iVi ,., . ,ni .,u, uu' r'10. timl "wn in tnr. Hn rfipni
1 1 1 I . 1 Itn. HIPII dill J"U!ltt kl W. 1. ...1 aW . 1 .. ... I ..
their benrtn were flrnt black. Wo
rnriiii r lutlnr of K.twr. i are trying all eort of remodlen ami
The farmer rotatcn hln crop. 'Oh, 1 they are bound to fall. You oan
don't laugh at the old rube when he i not legUlate men and women out ot
hltn it down tho ntrcot with hl Wrd vice. It In not nlmply a question of
tall whlnkern and hli overalln ntuck n pay envelope, whether anybody be
In hln boot. You can't get along I pure or whether thy he Impure,
without him. Ho oan get along! You can't ratne, my friends, tho
without you. Hut if the were no tnotals by raining ntmply the sonlo
I.rodurta to eat this city would rot of wngen alone. I am not advocn
on her foundations, and your palat-, ting poverty; I am In favor of got
Inl homes would bo sepulchern If I ting all you can and ill you are
there wan no food. Hn l.i the boy 1 worth. That isn't It. W hen . the
your weaknem. Borne pflrnon would
My "Ood deliver mn from my
prldn," Motile peoplo r o eon-
1 It. li... Uk. - AA I. 1 .u i . ..
power with Oo.l7 Second, what will L.J":LM"' I " . ',r' '".Ji ! ground and Inci
glv ymi power with men7 Hlrnt, Iifmv.,. -h. ,,HnVe,l .1,- .;.!.! hi- ! account Corn,
Hill II Unit U.ll f ..III Mill.. fftlll- - ------ 1. .
"... ' M ..... n.... -'.V..u.l An. I ,,. .ulfl l.nt.-
that keepa something In your
And so ho rotates his crops. Now
listen! lleans, peas, alfalfa thoy
ara rich In nltrogonom foodn. I.N
ten, they take out of tho air mora
nitrogen than thoy need for them
selves and they deposit It In 'be
Increann natures imtiK
wheat, flax, ry,
hearts of men and women are right,
then their conduct .will bo right.
Ami wo ur dealing with tho con
duct Instead of the source of the
You purify the hearts of men and
women, and thsro will bo no orlmo,
and there will be no aln. it Is be
cause their henrta nro black that
tnmptlhly proud they am uncom- j m '. ,,,,, .vi ' . hear vou be- Aml y,m w,n nnvn P"wor
fortable. And noma, "Uird de- I vu '.- rich" neither w 1 hn w,,"n "" rn"Ilr,, tho Promises ns
liver mn from my lust," "Uird. de- " "T yo ' J''"t heUM t',"'ekB "" "", ,,Bnk of "'iven.
liver inn from my strong drink." " 'T' llMMw hTu ",p A"'
"I.rd. .Icllver m from my nplrlt 1 J7 , 1 111 hear v.m nr. wMn or A bank liken to honor a chor for
nf deception ' "I.rd, deliver mn I'" ' L""-r -imnln whtheou ! full fnr vnlue. If you'd give me
from gonalpltig dlnpo-lllon that I ""r.V"" S": ?" a nhnck on one of then banks nnd
tuiw jit 1 ti wiiri ii it mi v inm i. , . . , .-
poMMinn." Oo.l will come aa a nnmn
- kind, gentle, tender nympnthetle,
Willi tnn opiate ami tun panacea
ynu arc nlmnln. If vou will come tn , "nvo 10 .tinoouni It 40 per cent" 1(1
. 1. 1 - a 1- ...a i.tuflt, iIim mln
nefxiunu c.orn, wneai, ii.ix, mwu- mvvud niv umvn, -----
notntoen thev tako out of the slon of tho church Is to reach the
ground moto nitrogen than they do j heart of the individual with the
out of the air, Ho they pfek th lock- gospnl. Therofore, Kelf-prcrorvatlon
etn of nature. So the farmer routes demandn heroic action. I bring l"
hln crops, and ho turns under then ! Tulsa the solution of every pro.f
ivi,. iim nrn rini. i,i ii it rn c-itiiiii 1 i - i,t hniwoiiii rfiiiltnl and laoort 00-
r,tii,la II.. .Inn! lifnut. n IaU1. III. tt.' n hl.ll
Mtmtilv nntTititlPM with ft Mil hn ran nf jemin Christ. That 1 tho hope alone wan the deflarnii
plvo vnn RomrtMilni tn eat. Thill N I of thn world.
what he does for the worm. you no inai anu sn
his life ho nrone in
thn continental mnvn
said. "I am an old mnn -yenra.
I believe Ihn r
gulden thn affair of m
not a sparrow falls I.. "
without his notice, and n.
our hends arn all num'.
much lena ran an omptr
publlo bo launched v. "
help, nnd I move you Mi .
that this convention
prayer, and that w i
vino guidance nnd he'.p
wo are about to tako "
'nan, level-beadid. wi-i
honest, puro, calm, b-,i-n"Me
t'hrntlnn. ncali l
with prayer. Tho brnlp
nin till or nl nnd the chai i
colonICa were men of .
fore thev organic d t'i
they knelt In prnver 'i
tutlon of the t'nltcd '
crndled in prayer, Thn
nubile we.n organised In i.
declaration of Indopc
nlRned In prayer. Thr
n '7. - ... -- -- - . -- - - - --- --- ,- la ,n u.nl Th. t,Ali,-l
. inrt rnnn nnn iintiin nr jwrm cnrini. . ...""..w.... . ..t. .,. .11. ....i.iu 1 i 1 1 ...111 a.m.l i vno win nnvo
H'rw .r,noVnr:i;rgno,n,l"In,,;'l'i r' hTthV'r,.tn ,lh,y "T
Ood's do.ng Hli heM to keep you (,myK ,ir ,B (lllcu. Isn't' & VoT' I ha no rrK T.liZ Vb'aV's Xi "hot 1 SLti day' XoVu
out of bel.. You d better listen to (,od will hear the prayer of that "jj -leposlt. There are man In thin ! J "I'J Jp , M and "Come 'her ion l' wish you'd
he ix.rd and give lilm a ebancn. poor, broken-hnarte.l girl In the red , Hty who can write their checkn on ,. ,la,, .,0 0f Jeaun Christ take you" bow and arrow and go out
Ood'n your friend He want to do 1I(,,lt ,trlct an.well ns he will a w..,the banks for thousands and the ' ft"0'" and bring it and
you good. If Ood would havo Ills Brty hlo , n mannlon on nfthleashler wouldn't look at tho nlgna- n.'A? ndi" to that I may
way this old world would bo a avenue. Ood will hear thn prayer turc twice. He'd give you the money. r "0. an, " tfebbalh .iMt
grnud, glorious plnco In which to of a man In a coal mine ,.n quick an Why? Their names are worth It. v,pn ho law of (M I am working , J in wai Tne liut of the family'
i.nn"'Th he VHU a king on hi. tlmme. Ood ! Mine Isn't worth a copper at any 'V.fod of my' naSon Wnd"l H'U enUt'led to the birthright
a naiinii. inn nnuonn or mo worm wm ),,r , pn,ypr f M man r) a bank here. ' . . " , fn v' .. mothcr of theso boys. In
are In the midst of such a crisis nn K(lng ,H (,k H pr,.,,. tllB promises nre signed In " ' , , ' m i .,im. 1 L ,ti ion n chuniii . Mlho
an ban been recorded 011 thn tineas .1..... .... i.'..i ,,...1 ...m 1 it... i.i...i t....iu i..i.. ...i ...i... Wo lead tho world In crime. 1 opinion, an " .t" i
f hltrtorv for centurlen and oen
turles: In thn midst of a crisis
spiritually and morally.
unit won t tie here mil win ue par
tlculary near In these days. Ho
reached 11 crisis, In Ood wrestling
with you to give up some sin that
you roll like a sweet morwil under
your tongue; to give up your com
panion that Is dragging you down
in a mlllatnnn about your neck?
You may havu brought him here
tonight berauso It I a convenient
place to spend a 'littln time, and
you have suspicion that In within
your heart the least thought about
nluanil thn companion with whom
you arn now. Take It from inc.
"lln sure your sin will find you
Olvo un your companion niir-
body that will drag you down and
auny from Ood and decency nnd
truth. Some of you may havo to
null out your iHinkhnnk. wrlto a
check 011 the bank, pay back somo
man you skinned with notue fake
mining stock, or you sold him real
estate down In Florida and you'd
havo to have a submnrlno to nnd it.
.Iiwt one little Illustration. When
my father went to war I months
before I wan born, ho enlisted In
Company 10, 23rd Iowa, In August.
I wns born tho lath of tho fol
lowing November. I never looked
Into hln face. Ho never enmo
home I fought my way through
llfo slnco I wan C yearn old tip to
thli plolfotm hnro tonight. And I
spent u good many yenrs of my llfo
In 11 soldiers' orphans' home out
In Iowa. I camo back from tho
soldiers' nrphann' homo nnd wont to
llvo with. Col. John HcotU lieutenant
governor of Itiwn. Thero 1 mot peo
nle that I rwver know exlmod be
I wore a coonskln cap. nnd raw
hide boots, and overalls, nnd a
hickory hlrt, and had my hair out
once a year, and thero worn hllln
nnd valleys when they got through
with me, When I was 1 1 yearn old
I made application to tho school
board for llio position of Janitor,
to my surprlm- and dvllght thoy gavo
Ii to me. I had to get up nt Z
o'clock In tho winter to build the
fire. They usod to heat tho building
with stoves. Then 1 had to keep
going through the day nnd go to
school boelros, doing tho chores
down at Colonel Scott', and cook
ing, thnue-h I couldn't bako anything
but bread. And so one day 1 got a
cluck for my salary from the sec
retary of tho Mchool noaru iu.
th prayer of a man who sweeps the I shove one of lliom Into the bank
streets as quick an thn prevalent In .window of Heaven. Ood will glvo mn
tha white house. Whoever you may
lie, whoiner you are ignorant, or
whoever you are, tho Lord will hoar
Commodore Vanderbllt when ho
died nnld, "Send for Oardner, hn
knows how to pmy." Ood beam tho
prayer ot one an quick as ho will
another. At tho close of n great
rampalgn In Kuropii the buttle of
Waterloo the dukn of Wellington,
the conqueror ot Napoleon, returned
to Iondon and went Into tho Kpla
copnl church to attend a special con
secration service of thanksgiving,
and ho knelt at tho chancel rail,
when down the atnln en me a kld
glovo usher, and he touched by the
side of tha duke of Wellington a
man of evident poverty who knelt
mere, you onuiv leu iy nia clotnes.
back tho benedb tlon nnd the bless
ing that I have asked f.ir. Hi) shnvo
racm 111 nlnner. Ho throw your
with blood. Oh. Hint In the tllllil
that will move the arm thnt moven
the world. Jenun Chrlit, then, In
the only name up In Heaven.
Themlstorles entered Athens and
ho went down to the King nf Mi
Ictus who was his bitter enemy. The
king wns away on a military expe
dition, and Themlstocles begged
permission to remain, nnd urged
the queen not to turn him over to
the Athenians, for It was a frame
up. She granted him permission to
remain utli the return of her bus
11oru 1m n milrdfir nVorv hour of the
day nnd night In our land. Wehavc( Ksau.
averaged ten to mtecn tnous.i
vear for the past 17 years.
many thero aro nva murne
She turned to Jacob,
i O nave, r.rau. .-111 i...... i -- - -is.in.I
a never would have thought of It If
InOer-'hlH mother hadn't put the nn
lrn In 1 tiling in his head. Hue said -Now
Hltni 111 i.litnat mitt tliarnu Itnnt hi"j ,1 lyiii n Lfiii
rms around Jenus Christ: I don't Vf .7 million of tho population; r. I JnroD, .
oS!, lU Sr-a-n adilere, i I jS2ffA,. fflSlSrW
on't care It your hands aro red M'i i U".' d Sl" America n u 011 ; l(ri'd ..j u kd and
This iiaher touched the man on the ',,,,, ,nj.n thnt ho. mllrh IonRpr
l'nUll .n whlperlng In his car, h. w,ll(1 rPlnn,n wollW on
J?1.11.1 ?""' tin,,iy1.1?"-?"',?.li: ,T VU what he should decide. Themlsto-
liny filends, their home, and for two m.onlo urns' an though thoy exmtot I Nobady called me n grafter. Wont
iinnuBHiKi years iney una neon who- i nothing and they aro nuver
J out a home without 11 country,
? without a flag, And when twfiitv
J million boys nnd girl In tho indbib
Jhc.hooln of America rise anil nalute
land pledge allegiance to the nlntn
"TtKd strlpee, EE0,0n!) of tho patrl"!
nro Jews. And It la tho only na
tion that Ood selected through
twhleh to reveal hkmnrlf to the
world, and they havo outlived the
'vrudors, thn Stuart, and thn
IMantngenots. Thay havo outlived
1 the llomnnotfs of ltuxnta; tbny havv
' outlived thn tyranny of Hpnln: they
,.liavo outlived tho dynasties of
. France", tho glory of Charlemagne;
or tho name nf Julius Caesar; or
the conquering power of Alexnnner
jtjio Oreat: and tho llahylonlan
likings In Kgypt; and the l'harnohn.
All hojl to the Jews' Ho I have
liomn to cull vou. sirs buck to your
i Thero were three olasaes of Jews.
fWrst, those who believed In Ood.
hut didn't liellovo in tho resurrec
tion or anything of a spiritual na-
turo. They worn pot looking for a
Messiah. Hecond, another class of
4.1ews that belloved In Ood. believed
In tho resurrection and vera look
Ilng for a Messiah, and when ha
omo and rebuked their nlns antt
Jltold them they were four-fluahers
j- gavo them the hot end of the
fpoker they nailed lilm on the
'cross. Now lUten thero vvnn a
'third clans that believed In Ood, be
Mlovcd In Christ, and accepted
Christ ns their Savior.
Wo Ocntllen were heathen. We
had no religion and you preached
your Ood to us. You preached your
Christ to us. Wo believed In your
qpd nnd In your Christ and in your
propheta. So 1 roepo to call yu
baok to your own Ood. Ho wo were
heathen we Oentllo. You Jew
had tho only true Ood and tho only
true Ood and the only true religion.
'bo wo nrcopted It and went further
than you nnd accepted your Chrlat
'too. We preach hlni on eart.
Now. there Is much 111 tha Ufa nf
Jacob that appeals to things in
?your life. Ho deceived hln fathal'.
Ille cheated his brother.
.. I presume there are few of you
ihere. tonight who have not In your
.home somo ntomwitiM ot fuccn that
havo long since turned to dust;
things that remind you ot voices
that havo been forever hushed Jle
I wan preaching In a town In Iowa
one time and a fallow ciinu up to
me nnd wild, "Will you pray for a
friend of mli?" I ivild, "Hure,
doa llu toi.io to tho meetings?"
"Yan, regularly." And ho this fel
low that had made the roiiil.mt
went and sat down about three seats
from tha front, right on tho end
He hadn't been ihure mom man
five mlnuten when an imlwr brought
a young fellow In and gavo hltn a
scat In front.
1 phvv thin fellow tiow his head
on tho bnck of the seat and remain
in that attitude most ot the tlmu I
wii preaching When I got through
I gave tli Invitation, and the first
down and shoved tho check ill the
butik window, nnd a fellow stood
Ihere ahead of rne. and the caahlcr
gave, hltn his money; and handed
m my money, nnu I wuiaoa out on
the nldewnlk and counted it. lie
Blivc me 40 and my check rallod
I called on a friend of mine who
was ix lawyer In Kansas City, and
told him. I aald: Frank what do
you think, Jay King hnnuod mo
tto and my chock only called for
m" Ho said, "Hill. If I had your
luck, I would buy a lottery ticket."
Hut I naid, "The JIG Isn't mine."
He said, "Don't be a chump, If
you were nhy 10 and you Vent back
you would not get It. und if they
hand 1 15. don't bo a fool, koi-p It.
In the duko of Wellington." And tho
duke ot Wellington shot out hln
arm. wrapped It around th'e kneel
ing man, nnd looking up nt the
mher with a Just rebuke nald, "We
nre no kl
earls; we como on elnners wived by
cles nnd the king's little boy were
Inseparable companions during tho
Interval. And when tho king rc-
lurtiod ho wouldn't dare to venture
r l3 7 ifflh lll,1"h,,rB'"" n,ono mt '"
ZZ ,, ,?uJ: nr took the Mug's little boy In hln arms,
"lVi0',,",l'"V1"k. and walking into tho presence of
iiioni v i.mnj un milill'in niveil .. .. . .!.
crnce nevklm: tho favor of Ood Al- ",e mnnrch. ha pleaded nn thn
nXhtv" grounds of his love for the boy nnd
mindly. ... ... ,!,.. ,A,irin v.- uim .ih.i
Wo lead the world. In crime. And
I tell you, graft, ns one ot the papers
said, has a strnngle-hold on religion.
Investigation shown that It porme
aten seemingly everything. Some
times contractors have been charged
and convicted ot securing contracts
by graft, charging the state, or the
city, or tho nation two or three
A friend of mine told me he found
his chauffeur wns getting a rake
off of 35 cents on every dollar that
he could charge up against the ma
chine at tho garage. A friend of
mine, a preacher, told mo that un
undertaker offered him a rakeoff
for all the funorala ho could turn
his wav. A man said he'd llko to
be a Christian but ho couldn't do It
ho I and pray the way ho has. neither
couia ne loavo nis uusiiiess iur
And you will havo nower with Ood
when flod sees you reach an ex
tremity. If I hail my Choice be
tween having thin tabernacle filled
with man and women, all of whom
wern Christians, and all ot whom
would rise and oay. "We will do any
thing and give up our tlmn and
money to see people brought to
Jesus Christ," or havo It filled with
won nnd women, nono of whom
thu boy's nffuotlon for him. and
the king said. "Do you make this
appeal purely In the affection for
my son?" "I do." lie said, "Now
you move me, und I will grant your
Ho wont In thnamo of the boy
Oo In tho namo tit Christ and seo
what will come to you. Out In
New Mexico In tho American valley
thero nro occasional springs. So val
she mado H e stew. Tho old man
drank In thd aroma and ho nald,
"Come hither, my son. vvnero (
you get It so quickly?" "The 1-oid
sent It to me." Nothing to do with
It! Tho old man reached out-
nnd thoy wrapped the skin of the
kid around his bodv and touched
hlni. Ksau was a hairy man.
Tho old man reached out and
touched blm and nald 'The hand
Is tho hand ot ISsau, but tho voice
In tho voice ot Jacob. There s a
nigger In tho woodpile somowhero.
I can't figure It out." Hut listen! Ho
blessed him nnd went nut. Tri-sonUy
Hsau cafne In, tired, dragging a
ducr that ho had shot, and when
he heard that Jacob had put pne
over on him. ho nald, "1 will kill
So elCob fled nnd went down to
wero Christians, but all of whamlllnlo are thoy to the horflsr-icn ot
would nay. "l'ray for us," I would that arid land thnt to prevent tho
choose tho formor every time. possibility of the cnttle tramping
I never worry about the outside If I them out, they built two-soml-circu-
1 can get tho inside right for Christ. ,ar wans snnpeo nice a norsennoe-
There Is not a church, or a Y. M, C.
A or a Y. W.; thero la not a mis
sion; there Is not a city on earth
that can't havo a groat moral ami
righteous awakening If you have a
hand of men and women who will
pray to Jesus Christ and do his will.
You have power with Ood whun you
reach nn extremity In the world.
Hoy Wns Drunk.
i would rumor have 12 men or
left open nl the end. Otherwise
the cnttlo coming across tho coun
try 40 miles to those springs to
drink, In their eagerness for water,
would trample the springs out. And
In this opening they built a wldo
deep trough nnd a platform at nn
angle of about 10 degrees, and put
the trough In the middle.
The cattle, driven by their thirst.
would walk on this platform, .nnd
women who will glvo up everything the heft of their (idles would
for Ood than to havo hundreds of press down the plungers nnd loosen
peoplo nlmply content with church In plug at either end ot the trough;
membership. I wan In a town out, tho water would rush In and the
In Iowa mie years ago at a morn- cattle were watered automatically,
Ing prayer meeting, nnd a woman nnd when their thlrrt was appeased,
camo to me and s.iid, "Mr. Hunday, , thoy would back off and whatever
will you go with me and seo my I water wns left in tho trough would
boy?" I said, "Yes," 1' stepped Into evaporate.
a carrlago and was driven to tho . i r rpn thl" bonk thn
factory where ho was employed as n wortJ ()f aod with Its thousands' of
superintendent In one ot the de- ,,. ,imi jfty them down and
parimenis. no was not there, I,tk-n mv stand bv Ood. nnd barriers
t..- i n it- I ...III. 1.U unrln T.nh.tn. And h
uuiituro !L uvvuiiivd du iiituttit. um ...... ..." , . .
had reached his present stage of' skinned the old man in a cattlo deal,
prosperity bv trickery and intrigue.! Ho had been gone for 20 years, lie
A friend of mine, n milk dcalor, was pining for the sight ot tho old
who was supplying a great bakery, homo. So he started to go back,
found out that acid was being put but he lienrd that hsau was coming
In the milk to caue It to premature-1 out to meet lilm. Ho vv.la vyorricu
i., ...... i. im Mm,.i r,.rnai..l i iu.ni it Rn hn nald. I Will np-
to como across with five per cent penw hlni with a present." Ho He
for his rakeoff. Draft norms to por-
meate, everything. . Salesmen have
to treat prospective customers, to
wine suppers and theater parties to
get them to buy anything.
went to work nnd he took his flocks
and his herds, and he gavu one fel
low chargo over this one nnd that
r,n- NTnw." ho said. "When you
go down the road ana ram mi
Oh. Ood knows. The siiperln- brother and ho asks you, ' hose
tondent ot school told me that the i are these ?" wnemcr goen
representative ot a bis punttsning ' say "A present ior my ,7
house offered him a rakeoft of 20
per cent If he would get the school
board to buy the books from his
firm. 1 preached out In Han Quen
tln penitentiary anil I iavv some ot
tho burglars walking through thero
as convicts. Senators havo been
charged with buying seats In the
United States senate, (jnurcn mem
and Jacob Is behind.' Don't forget
though, add that. 'Thy scrvantvja
cob In behind.."
uttl,t,i, tl, , Aimoned.
So Jacob stayed on tho other side
of tho river. Hore they go down to
the road. Hero is the fellow uriv-I-
tv,- rir. hnrd. "Hun. hup. hup
hun. whoa." Hern comes a great
asked thu general manager. "Will
ao-and-so bo hero this morning?"
Ho said, "No." I nald, "Do you know
wheru I will find him?" "Oh." he
paid, "Ho la oh a drunk. I mtppoae
you will fhnl hlni down In the sa
loon." And when- 1 told the mothcr, 1
thought hor old honrt would break.
Tho tears rolled down her cheeks
und nhe said to me. 'Well. Mr. Hun.
1 day, you wouldn't go Into a saloon
nro burned nway, obstacles flee, and
tho blenslng of aod wells up nna
floods, my soul, and I cry out with
tho sweet singer of old, "My cup
runneth ovor." through faith In Je
sus Christ, when I do His will. Then
you will havo power when Ood sets
you nre willing to overcome diffi
culties. Work Isn't Kasy,
Oh, prayer, my friends, can move
Ood. And Ood can move tilings, it
I.. .. .... ..... .1. . n 1 lnnklnu' fin iriv linv iT'milil x-.m'" T.
one to come was this fellow who had I r " n, VlVtiu and still I nVo ' s'"d. "Yes. 1 feel toward your boy won i no easy 10 como o.u aim pu
li. ei, sluing tlurn In front ot thu. VVJ '.,ul I'll b , darn" d I ' JI Wl " Anthuny Wayne toward Oeorgoin a badge nnd usher people; 1
other fellow. When the service was. '"'., uml 111 bo l,lirBU 11 1 u"mt. Washington' When Ocorge Wash- won't be easy to come and sing In
over the mnn who had made the rJ- "' ,. j Ington laid beforo him lite plans for choir. It wont bo easy to go and
quest of me fueled up. hi. fuco . f, f." " y,' t ,t ;.rtH storming Stony l'olnt, he mid. "den- P,'' " won't be easy to climb these
nglow. and bo nald? "Do you remem- L. ' can. ,,S And yearn rul Wayne, do you think you can office buildings and Invite tho girls;
ber what 1 asked you to pray tor?" ' VV'wcTfo be a C Ptura it?" He mid, "Oeneral wont be easy to do that. I have
He nald. "I had no sooner taken my 1 , T to pray an tlio Washington, if yqu lay tl o plans, I II heard of stories that have mado ar-
noat than the usher gave him a seat ! "unieli mn un t torm hell.'' ratigements to hire btinocs to send
on In front of roe. and when vou if"!.". !H'"1!'! . ..V. i, . .... ....... I .. "Yea. ma'm. I'll iro nven-wbnrn I thli girls free ot chargo up to the
gave the invitation he wan lha first Farmer's National bank ot Iowa H
mnn to go to the front, and 1 was
never no urpriseii in my nio
Ood JjiI'Ls HupiMirt.
1 tell you It's a wonder OoiS 11
doing as well as lie l with the
bunch He h got to work with In
One night In a mlnalon 11 people
went to the front. They had nice
pretty tilings to say to Ood They
with Interent." 1 aalrt, "Uird, the
bank don t know 1'vo got the
money." Tho IaihI eai.i, "i Know
you has got It, dig It up," You know
what 1 did? I stalled around for
years whether I'd bo decent nnd
pay back the paltry 115.
nn dav down in Terro Haute,
Ind.. at the Terre Haute House, Ii
looking for u alnner." Ho I walked central meeting. One department
In, nnd the barkeeper, a great big, storo in town gives the girls half an
wenset-eyed, hog-Jowled, bullet- hour each relay so they can attend
headed, pennm-braincd, whisky-1 the meetings nnd get back,
soaked old rummy, stoud behind tho I -tell you a sinner will look for
bar with his white upron on and'n dry spot beforo this old city will
white ulrirt, and a cigarette' In his I move for rh'rlt. Do you know
mouth, blowing rings above hln . what I think ns I have gone up nnd
head, I vvalkud In and he took ltUl.ii the land for 20 years? Thy
out and nald, "Oood morning, look to mo a though thoy nte too
. ''.!... , nmi nold. , Colonel. What do you want. Hln touch and sleon too well over this
kind of tiled to stall Hi Lord off. I "Iwinl, I don't eom to have nny 'nt Julep, Anheuser Hunch, old world going to Hell. Thero Is
They seemed to tell the Lord how hope Uvery time 1 pray I can sete 1 Schlltx, or Pabnt?" I wild, "You've an absolute indifference as to what
Kind He ought to consider Himself . that 't IS and' Interval." t sent bxiekW another guess coining rummy." ' they should be. Man should be an
and how highly compllmenVod to iy uheuk and everything I Could "You've slitml me up wrong." He ! active forco; not a dead ea waiting
think that they condeacendt'd to ge
to such a place, or tt artcr they ar
rived ihere was anything that they
could do to improve their condition
Hut one of them was a poor, way
ward, wandering, wretched girl, sell
ing her v til no In the redllght dis
trict, without a semblance of de
cency, and she lifted her hands from
the depths of squalor and degrada
tion and she itd. "Oh, Ood, save
mo for Jesus' wke."
Another was a poor, hopela
staggering drunkard, and In Itla des
pair ho cried. "Oh Uird. If you over
Kved u poor helpless drunkard, save
me for Jesus unke." Only two weio
saved Only two of lhem told Ood
what they wore. Ood hns nothing
make right I have made right, and pulled the cigarette out and .wild, ; to receive a Jordan.
What did you mv there?" I" nald. Vnnv tmnnln will roniwit their
"Forget It. 1 won't te.ir under the' creeds and 39 articles of confession;
wing. I can go so fusi you oan't see. they will sing and say the lord's
me for dust tor five rounds. If you prayer; go to church ono day In
want to, eomo ncroen." i seven theoretically thoy aro Chris-
I iid. "Havu you seen AVill-so- tlans; but practically they aro ath-and-Bo
around here this morning?" cWts, and that's all religion consists
He nald. "No. ask tile COll." I wenllnf nnn- slhrl.lii. Vnn itnn'l nnoil
11.. i.l.l "Mi, luima lii .Incoh " oui ami Dracetl tne COll. ami hla'tn lo-f.aU ihn low In lm a form
When Ood naniod the Children of, "ream wnutu Kill a tly at 30 yar,ds. Hero Is a slot machine. I want
I will nav anv man or woman's nal
ary and expenses If yon can find
anything In my life during the time
1 have, been u Christian that don't
some up to what I preach, and 1 will
leave the platform.
He confrneed hln sin. He said,
"What Is your name?
bera rent their property for saloons hlg,' broad-shouldered, deep-cheated,
and houses of III fame. 1 have got , big musi led, stalwart fellow walking
. .......I, --.......I r.., m. :.,., ii 1 -iHm- .mi j,h iv. "Halt! V.'h'.ther
keeper as I have for tho man thntgoest thou, and whose nro theso be
wlll rent his property for a saloon, j (pro me" And the fellow with or
Ho is ns good as you are. Indirectly lentlal obelwinco said, "A present
you are living oft the products of for thee, my lord Esau. Heboid thoy
vice and of the liquor business In , n.-rvant Jacob Is behind. He said,
tho land. And so on wo are drifting. "Jacob hopes to appease mo with a
Siwflal Interest Itiilnoiis. present after he skinned mo out o.
Another thing: Oraft Is destroy- 1V birthright!" Ho pushed him to
lnc religion and morality. Oraft. 1 Ono side and went on down the road
annlla nn.l BnnM.il t n 1 (.Pfntfl. tr. hllVH f.ittt thn flt fellOW. HO SOU!,
"Whoso aro tneso ann wunm-i
thou?" "A present for thee, my lord
i.-n Tnr-nh 1 behind U3. "Jacob
appease mc with a present? N cht
, lie went down thu road nnd met
Vv,- ,.-i foitnw with tho next herd.
II- said, "Whoso aro theso? Where
are you going?" "A P,rescnTr,r
thee, my loiu Bssaa. '"jvl''
hopes to appease me with a prc-
Unrmm mlt Um!" He lOOkCU
down tho road nnd saw a fcllovv-
comlng, pale. sicKiv . anemic, um -
hllng. Ho sain, -vv no is
!.' 1T.L m'a "Thnt Is Jacob.'
"ICIi,. whnn Jacob left home 20
years ago lie was as strong and
powerful as I. That win's pale.
That man's sick. That man s a
an they are cripple. See lilm limp." Jacon
i t,i ,..iih rind nil nlaht ctlil
Why, It is alleged that many times ood touched tho hollow of his
a strangjehold on our cities and on
thu statu. Thu liquor Interests dom
inate and they havo their represen
tatives to prevent tho enactment
of any law that will glvo the peoplo
a chnnco to tear loosa from their
dirty grip which they havo held for
all theso years and years.
AduUuiutt-d fOuuo! Dr. A. If. I.US
by, the pure food specialist who as
sisted Dr. Wiley, whom I regarded
as ono ot tho best friends tho Amer
ican republic over had Doo got the
hook.. Ho said there ore 200,000 In
fant dies annually from Impure
food. It Is one ot the most In
tricate problems we aro up against
nowadays. Humethlng must be done
to keep this nntlou from becoming
Why. It I
mud is varnished with eggs nnd
sold ns coffee, and that grain waste
from the brewery Is boxed and sold
for breakfast food, glucose for ma
ple syrup, nnd clay and augar flav
ored with tar products for candy,
cottonseed oil for cream cheose.
What Is the cause of all this
crlmo? Now, wait a minute! Oh
thigh nnd pulled It out of joitu
a general dislocation ot the Hip
nnd I can see. Jacob as hn came
U-nping down the road dike Richard
III, And Esau run, fell upon his
neck nnd kissed him, and thoy
What gave Jficob power over his
nncrv brother? Ho spent tho night
my socialistic frlendl Ho comes to i w)th Ood. You lot the ohurc'i
mo and he hays, "Hill, why It s on I membership of this city preachers
account ot the increase in poverty nnd all spend a day nnd night
pendence signed, mv fi
prayer, but at Val!e F. i.
Ington wnded armpit d.
now nnd sold'ers In ih,
army wrote their nam.
upon the snow whit.- t i
onllon's monusTlpt. Mr
tho gunn of Qottysbuii.
'n the plains ot V
Abraham I.lncqJn wl'
Simpson were on ilu i.
"Ight In the white hou
Ond to overthrow sic.
preserve the union who i
And not alone that. T
I.I fa hns homo not i hi.
than the late William v '
and that gentleman of tlx .
own citizen Hhwv ' .
ashnmed to put the IU'.
arm anil go to church
Hciitltors Would IL nr
And then my fi I' l
Jennings flrvan Is - . .
hound's tooth, though I 'I '
with him on tho peaee i"
Hi) Is a good pravliig ri '
dent Wilson roads tin P i
a iny. My blg-hearl. d b,.
friend Champ Clark ' -knelt
In prayer. Mv fro n I
-if the Washington Y. M 1
mo thnt he lt.nl the mn,,
senators and cabinet off
aro rendy to go out am i i.
nrench the gospel of .!(- i- "
i the Son of Ood.
Tho manhood of the . i
house of repr?sentailve
caninet are men or pra' t
thereforo, you have p
vnu see religion -na,kr.s . i i
I plead, In closing, for a hi
noon-faced religion. in
why you have lost yon. '
vour children In that j.'1' ''
are cold. Thoy are s--
Like a man who a1wa" , i
blessing when he dldn'i h
pany. One day they hn 1
Thoy started to oat, nnt r
boy said to his ma, "Ain i -to
make that funny c -throat?"
When some e i
10 Ood they look like a '.i i
eating alfalfa. He can g.
yell like n Comanche T lii"
when in church be Just . v
bump on a log.
Llko a boy and gll who i
Ing to school. They hud i
pasture An old ram got a' r
and tho little boy said, 'oh --.i
get down and pray," Ph.. .-j.; I
you little fopl. Oct up and -i
pray while you'ro runnln.
ho couldn't think of niwnn:
that stereotyped prayer he .
home, "Oh Ood, help i
thankful for what we are .ii i
One day Mrs. Sundav n
with a llttlo girl In unn
her nn nlrlns vvalkiM--rounded
a corner and saw a
panel for a dollar." Sho o
known tp pass anytliln .
and ahe went In right an n
said, "Is tho order silil I
Or Is It too lato7" "No '
"It expires tomorrow nooi
want your picturo taken ' -"No,
my llttlo girl's" V
girl's? Kit right here lltth u
that. Uiok right hoie p
"What Is tho name and . I
"410 Monroe street." v
thn proofs will be up t
.Vnd Mrs. Sunday said. i
photographs and n pan
dollar? Hhow mo, I'm '-
sourl. If they aro guud v
A day or two later I .
and the little girl mild, "' 1
don't you want to seo my I
1 said "All right." She
brought it out and 1 sal i.
they ure not' pictures
Mama said, "Yes, wo l.i
taken on Paulina street '
'That follow can nffoid,
business standpoint, to
price ot the picture. Nob
.ng at the picture of Vv
ever patronize hr.n."
My friend, the" world i
Ood for a picturo of J -nnd
in rcsponsu ho p. -in' -photographs
of tho pci .
names aro on tho church r.
what a sad reproduction'
dor the world isn't crowd i
iwiblied Ills brother nnd d"..lV.d his I r.-.. It vnn t'l.lnV vnn flrn "nnil
Raitio,. -.w " . v..iiiivUii ( lilm
Mrom his youth, and now he ii re
fturnlng to the aonses ot his youth.
He commits nn aot ot cowardice In
Sordor to wvo hlmslt from the
.wrath of his orotner Vln. He
. lidird thaj, Hs-iu w vntnlilg tu
meet mm wiwi i ..mn. an
'..mnmnnrl the t. t tnn
worked sheh turtle on Hsau
put one over on i"
enough If you think that, let the
Uird alone. Hut there U nothing lit
heaven tou good for you It ynu real
lie your unworthlnee, and If you
will come in Ood's uppolmod way
mo i-oni win give it to you nnu be
Israel In thoso dayn tho name stood
for something. Now we name them
beeaun It sounds pretty. What Is
your nnmo? Jacob! That means sup.
plant and .scheme. What Is your
name? I don't mean the name on
your doorplHto. What ki your nnmo?
I don't mean thn one the people call
you by. I don't mean that. Nut the
one In which you got an automobile
license; not tho ono with which you
pay your uiooma nvx, or your county
and I said, "Have you seNi Will so- i0 get my wslght. I am a preacher
and-W). anil HO SAld. "No." I Said nn I .thnrl tha mnrhllw and I don't
.- ' (.. -K 1.A I- . ' . .. . .
to the mother, ' Maybe he la home.
Ho 1 got into the carriage Mid wus
driven out Into tho suburbs and ha
vvan't there. He had returned from
Kansas with his bride, and they had
built him a bungalow out in a beau
tiful grovo. lie wasn't there,
They asked mo to stav to dinner.
and I did, hoping he'd como In, and
thay suited their meal with their
'or your city tux; not tha one on I tears ot anguish, weeping -ior that
your marriage ccrtlfloiatn. .Godless, wayward, drunken, loafer.
What is your tianin .oi 'no one u n "".n. no muni come,
get my weight. I stand on the plat
form but I don't put a penny In the
slot, and I don't get my weight. I
put a penny In the slot, but I don''
get on the platform, and I don't get
my weight. I put a penny In tho
slot and get on the platform :1pp.
H5. I didn't break tHe machine
I had sense enough to rumply with
the conditions, and I havo got my
Listen! Nitrogen Is a nubstanco
among tho working peoplo, nnd pov
srty produces crime. That's the
reason " I have no disposition to
qunrrel with my socialistic friend,
although I am, not a socialist.
Now, I will admit, my friends, I
will admit this much tan, that pov
erty produces crime. Hut hold mil
You nre forced to admit that crime
produces poverty. And, It you do
nway with what produces crime, you
will reduce crime to a minimum,
nnd three-fourthg of all the crime
committed In this country in com
mitted by men under the Influence
of liquor. There Is ihe worst enemy
of humankind When you drive
tho saloona from this country you
will see tho greatest revival ot pros
parity tho world has ever recorded,
and you will see poverty reduced to
a minimum. Therefore, et rid of
what causes poverty.
Wages Not Too High.
My political economist butts Into
me ami ay "Hill. It Is because
man In getting higher wages than
fiver today, and he hasn't baan pre
viously prepared by Instruction to
resist the temptation yvhlbh comes
with an Increuae of-wnges." Ho!
I le I He! How ever a man Is able
In put food In tho mouth of his wife
in tnn nir. Tnn armnsnnere a am', anil blil nnn loiv rlntl.m unit nm
i - - in wiu iui",u..t? iiimv.j m o.u ka - n - ..... ,,, nii.4ftTiis r iiroitrn Ail ricui' rn- nnns.-. rnnr on ir.n nrnnnnr wiii-pm tho -.tiiiin
ut hSSUvthYf.H-Vr!0 "truggle y-ur immn I mum the me that wnt Peaklnff to pplr anil tirB1nff n cnrB th6 bm.y through anl- I don't know to avo my life how crnment,
Ue Thiah u n - I nw wukh. uoa Knna r- u -y miv ma 'y'" V i " irai ii"d veg tftUI. ire We c iqian't hn ran dot H. ence Psa
i. -k . . "'I vh i-un-fj", .ii'Li ' ciicni ri'irniri; lit 11 Faiu. 1 u a u i uiimy nimni iiitriu i: uiiini,- un liwn n-iiiivii i Tiii-.i tt-miiri lm r , t.( .i m nu a i 11 tail ttiii ..
llin I Ull In itn 11.. - - ... . . - eai-sn it u v w . w iu n iut u niiiiutv iiiivixjwu L lir J H
. w vi uiaK mm rt..i, teasel y;u, liat.net faccJ, iaii- against tno quaitcr poi; swaying up vegetation wl'hcut nltrcgen, It Jciuj said, "Out of the heart pro- Ho had
fasting nnd praying, conressmg
vour sins, making your wrongs
right, nnd you will rowrito the i;e
llglous history ot this whole city
In the name of eJsus Christ and
Ron of Ood.
It Isn't weak to pray. No! No'
No! In tho searchlight of history I
find prayer. The hard days nt thH
republic wore nnt when Oreat Brit
ain fought us thrco" thousand miles
away from her base ot supplies, but
when she lost hor hold upon her
colonies nnd signed tho treaty or
peace, and wo wore thrown "together
without tho pressuro of war that
had bound ua by opposition. The
crusial years of this rcpubllo wore
from 1781 to 1.789.
There were 13 colonies, four
wore strong; nine were weak, They
wero Jealous of on" another. They
had no eonmon law; they had no
common coinage, A letter written
In Connecticut was not good In New
York. A letter written in New
York wouldn't cross the boundary
Hue unless postage was paid in
Connecticut, No common law; no
oourt of appeals; IS colonies tear
ing at one another's throats!
IlsnJamln Franklin, wisest of our
political foretathors, had studied
g rules ot me r rencn gov
that mado our Independ-
sslble Ills motto was.
stand, divided we fall
taken a Turkish bath ot
Ood's photograph gallerv
der It is standing there ' i
ly sign hanging out. l.
sad reproduction of Jcv
and His truth.
I think a man Is a
thinks ho can gain an
growling and finding f" "
und making hell on earn
peoplo growled over wh
to eat at a hotel like th
the things .thoy get to e.i
they'd bo kicked out In ti
and bo without a tooth
Honry Ward Bcecher s .
bail a inenagerlo, and in .
bear, and a wolf, and
li'-uped up and said. ' H
hog to the collection. '
Just a word! Try pr -wife
even If It docs frts'
first. Maybe tho poor w
faint when you try it on )
first time. It some of
went a wholo day w.ih
your wife, she'd 'phonv ' '
tor. If, you want youi
an angel, treat her like ei
a devil, Hhow her tbn
lovo for her. She'll b"
ngaln- An tho wrinkles
eyes and the crowfeet
That old bent form will
nnd a smile will sweep
and you will recall how
when she was a blue-sas
Wandering through the ;
you wero feeding her on -and
candy hearts and Itn 1
Oosh, I think we hav. i
that. I know I havu If I
loved, I would want an
embalm mo and put r
ground. What Is th
up- room In the world '
is Incapablo of lovlns
i'xuitxuavi) an 1