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THE ItlCmiOND PALLAJDIU3I ANI SUX-TliLEGKAM, SATURDAY, APREL 16, IOIO.
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GIVEN A SUItPRISK. ,
Mr. ud Mrs. A. G. Kofski, were
given surprise last evening at their
home on North Fifteenth street by a
number of their friends, who celled
to assist them In celebrating tbelr
nineteenth wedding anniversary. Af
ter cangratulatlone , had been extend
ed the guests enjoyed an evening at
cards. Favors were presented to Mrs.
Fred Kasemeler. Mrs. A. O. Kofski,
Mr. Alonso Massey and Mr. Guy Du
vall. Musle wai also a feature of the
evening. A delicious luncheon in sev
eral courses was served the - color
scheme pink and white being carried
out in the menu. The guests compos
lag the happy company were Mr. and
Mrs. John Hugo, Mr. and Mrs. James
Hart, Mr. and Mrs. John Hafner, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred. Hasemeier, Mr. and
Mrs. Vose, Mr. - and Mrs. Clarence
Cooper,' Mr., and Mrs. Guy Duvall. Mr,
n4 Un AIamca Xfnumov Mr ant Mr.
t.v , w . v- nn n ir.n
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Steen. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Schlrmeyer, Mr. and Mrs.
Jeff Meyers. Miss Ruth Hugo. Miss
Lena Hugo, Miss Mary Duvall. Miss
Ruth Bradley and Miss Edith Kofski
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QUEST HIRE.
Mr. and Mrs. Kesllnger of Plerson,
Indiana, and Mrs.' Kneff of Warsaw,
Indiana' are guests at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. John Moyer. . ;
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RUSSELL SMITH'S ORCHESTRA.
Prpbably the most Important social
festivity for next week Is the large
dancing party to be given Tuesday ev
ening by members of the Cotillion
club. The. affair wll be held In the
Odd Fellow's hall. Dancing will be
gin at eight-thirty o'clock. ' Russell
Smith's orchestra of Indianapolis, one
of the best musical organisations In
the country will furnish the music.
Members are permitted to invite
guests. It Is expected that several
persona from out of town will also
attend. This will conclude the sea
son for the club.
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ENTERTAINED FOR DAUGHTER
Mrs. Frank Spekenhier entertained
the members of the Christian. Endeav
or society of the South Eighth Street
Friends church last evening In honor
of her daugbter Marie, who yesterday
celebrated her birthday anniversary.
Games, musle and a general good time
featured the evening. Refreshments
were served. -r'lr -
TO SPEND SUNDAY HERE.
Mr. John Starr who has been In the
southwest Is In the city to spend Sun
day with his parents Mr. and Mrs. W.
F. SUrr. , Mr. Starr travels out of
Cincinnati. iV-i
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It Al I Aftit lUTflCIT
Purdue alumni of Lafayette and
West Lafayette held a meeting yester
day afternoon In the mechanical build
lng. Arrangements for a reunion day
during gala week were discussed and
it was planned to have a committee
work In conjunction with the gala
week committee and endeavor to work
up a standard program of events. In
cluding all festivities and social af
fairs. Another meeting will be held
soon to arrange matters definitely.
Lafayette Courier. 1 "...
Seversl . persons In this city are ex
pecting to attend the Purdue com
mencement exercises.
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TQ GIVE DEMONSTRATION.
Mrs. Frank Land, president of the
Domestic Science association will give
a talk and demonstration at the con
vention of federated clubs which con
venes Friday of next week In Cam
bridge City. -
IS VISITING HERE.. ,
Mrs. John Wlllmer of Dubuque, la.,
is in the cty for a visit with friends
and relatives. Mrs. Wlllmer has been
an honor guest at several parties. :
To Be Rosy
and Well
The right kind of food not
drugs is necessary.
The world-famous food scien
tifically ' made of whole-wheat
and barley, contains the blood-
. making, tlssue-buOdlng. ele
ments of these field grains, Jn-
' eluding the natural phosphate
of potash (grown in the grains)
which nature uses in making
new brain and nerve cells.
' ,' la the manufacture of Grape
; Nuts the starch of the grains is :
preAigested-changed to a form
of sugar which is. quickly .ab
sorbed by the blood, and the us
er soon shows better color, and
Increased vigor of ' body . and
A' few weeks' regular use of
Qrape-Nute will show anyone '
. -.ftftar Cereal Cew Lid '
:2tie Creek, Mich. . ' '
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Ruts
Edited By Miss Cliz&betk R. Thomas
Woman Enters
ST-
iSCO
(Special Cable from the International
.-.'..News Service.)
Paris, AprU 16. Mme. Marguerite
Durand, who is a candidate at the next
parliamentary elections, has begun
her campaign. She is electioneering
on hovel lines. Her, first act after de
ciding to contest' the constituency in
a Paris district was to order a new
gown, and when she appeared before
ajfarge audience of electors she looked
very charming.
Mme. Durand wore, a dress of black
velvet and lace, and her beautiful fair
hair was ornamented with dark col
ored feathers. , She faced the audience
with perfect composure, and although
ENTERTAINMENT WEDNESDAY.
An' entertainment will be given
Wednesday evening In the Pythian
temple by the patriotic orders of the
G. A. R. The affair promises to be
most enjoyable. The program will be
announced later.
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' A GUE8T HERE.
Mrs. W. G. Middleton of Chicago, is
in the city a guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Middleton, West Sev
enth and Main streets.
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CONCERNING MRS. CLARKE.
' Mrs. Grace Julian Clarke, will go to
Columbus Wednesday to the conven
tion of the Fourth congressional dis
trict of the State Federation of clubs.
Mrs. Clarke will speak of the advant
ages of federation. Friday she will
go to Cambridge City to the conven
tion of the Sixth .district and wiS
speak oh "New Occasions Teach New
Duties." Indianapolis News.
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r. TO RECEIVE.
A reception will be given next Fri
day afternoon at , the home of Mrs.
George Eggemeyer, East Main street
by Mrs. Eggemeyer and Mrs. Mark
Wilson.
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' EVENING MEETING.
The Music Study club will hold, an
evening meeting next Wednesday ev
ening in' the Starr Piano parlors.
Members are permitted to invite ten
guests. A request program will be
presented at this time. The affair
promises to be most enjoyable.
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CLUB NOTES
J. T. THIMBLE , CLUB.
One of the most pleasant meetings
of the season for the J. T. Thimble
club was held, yesterday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Frank Long, on
South .Twenty-third i street.'. Needle
work was a feature of the afternoon.
Mrs. Grottendick. a sister of the hos
tess played several very pretty piano
number?. The honor guests for the
afternoon were Mrs." John Wlllmer. of
Dubaque,v Iowa and Mrs. Frank Wid
ker. Late in the afternoon a luncheon
was served. In two, weeks Mrs, Frank
Johnson will entertain the club at her
home on the National road. east.
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MRS. STEPHENS A GUEST.
The Woman's : club met Thursday
afternoon with Mrs. Luella' Carson on
South Fifteenth - street The meeting
was a "Da.r with Irish Authors.? and
several interesting papers were read,
an especially fine one being Mrs. Bar
nerd's on ""Irish "Literature.- 7 Mrs.
Polk gave a clever Irish read ins, and
the "Last Rose of Summer" was play-
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her hearers included two opposing can
didates who are mere men, she was
generously applauded. She read a
clover address on feminism and poli
tics, in which she outlined her politi
cal program as follows:
I Equal wages for men and women.
- Equality of law for men and women.
"Amendment of 'the law concerning
the right to seek out the paternity of
children.
Right of women to hold all offices
for which their aptitude and capacity
allow them to compete. -
Mme. Durand is a well-known figure
in Paris society. She is a member of
the Comedie Francaise organization,
and has written a great deal. -
ed by Mrs. Elizabeth Gillies. After
the regular program, Mrs. Barnard
gave a brief talk on her experiences
at Washington, where she spent the
winter. Mrs. Phoebe Stephens of
Richmond was a euest.
The last regular meeting of the club
will be held in two weeks with Mrs
Elizabeth Gillies on South Fourteenth
street New Castle Courier.
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EVENING MEETING.
The Tuesday Aftermath societv will
hold Its annual evening meeting Tues
day, April nineteenth at the home of
Professor and Mrs. N. C. Heironimus
corner National and College avenue.
OF INTEREST TO CLUB WOMEN.
Club women in this city are" interest
ed now In the various conventions of
the Federated clubs to be held soon in
different parts of the district ; The
iouowing from the News of Indiana
polis is: '"'-7fc - - ' '
The Indianapolis Woman's club will
be represented at the Cincinnati bien
nial of the General Federation of
Woman's clubs by its president, Mrs.
O. S. Runnels' and1 its delegate, Mrs.
E. C. Atkins. Mrs. John B. Elam will
go as an alternate and Mrs. George C.
Hitt. Mrs. Charles B. Clarke and Mrs. j
A. F. Potts , will also attend. Mrs.
Hitt is -a member of the local com
mittee of three appointed by the presi
dent of the G. F. W. C. Mrs. Philip
N. Moore. Most of the Indiana dele
gates will stop at the Hotel Sinton,
and the state headquarters will be in
Music HalL The presidents of the
state federation of Indiana and Ken
tucky, the former being Mrs. Charles
B. Clarke, of this city, have been in
vited to occupy seats on the stage dur
ing the sessions of the bienniaL The
Irvington Woman's club will be rep
resented at the biennial bv its nrasf.
dent. Mrs. Demarchus C. Brown, and
alternate. Miss Cornelia Allen. The
following club members expect to at
tend one or more sessions: Mrs. Chris
topher B. Coleman. Mrs. H. E. Bar
nard. Mrs. Beecher J. Terrell. Mrs- H.
N. Goe andMrs-'OrvUle O. Garvin
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ATHENAEA SOCIETY,
A number of the members of the
Athenaea Literary ' society ' : attended
the final meeting of the -year, held
yesterday at the home of Mrs. Wil
liam J. f jiiatt ion f South Fifteenth
street. A paper pertaining to the mu
nicipal reform movement was present
ed in a pleasing manner by Mrs. Wal
ter J, Doan. vMrs. , John Stranahan
led the general discussion which fol
lowed. Miss Margaret Wlckett, pre
pared an .Interesting paper on "The
Centralization .of County Schools,"
which was read by Mrs. Charles Stut
son. Current topics were given by
Mrs. R. W. Randle. Miss Anna Hon.
Miss Alice Moorman and Mrs. George
Bellinger. April twenty-nine the sod
ety will five its annual banquet to
which aU members are invited. . The
organization has concluded a most
successful season.
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EAST END SEWING CIRCLE.
Mrs. Frank Glass entertained the
members of the East End Sewing cir
cle In a most charming manner Fri
day afternoon ?.t her home on East
Main street. Sixteen members were
in attendance. Mrs. F. A. Brown read
a very pretty story. Needlework fea
tured the afternoon. In two weeks
Mrs. Thomas Williams will entertain
the circle.
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OFFICERS ELECTED.
Officers as follows were elected at
yesterday's meeting of Grace Metho
dist Aid society: '
President Mrs. Charles Ross.
First Vice PresidentMrs. O. F.
Ward.
Second. Vice President Mrs. Fred
Price. .
Secretary Mrs. Trump.
Treasurer Mrs. Henry Townsend.
Executive Committee Miss Flor
ence Rhodes, Mrs. John Lott. Mrs.
Clarence Kramer and Mrs. Mary
Price. .
After a" business session a social
hour followed, a portion of the time
being spent with quilting. Mrs. Town
send served refreshments. Next Fri
day a social for the society will be
held at the home of Mrs. Trump on
North F street..
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AID SOCIETY-MEETING.
The Aid society of the First Presby
terian church met yesterday afternoon
in the church parlors. .There was a
good attendance of members. No im
portant business matters were trans
acted. 1
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TOURIST CLUB MEETING.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F. Hiatt were
host and hostess for a meeting of the
Tourist club last evening at their
home on South Sixteenth street. Dr.
Harry Holmes read a paper. A discus-
cusslon. "The Power of the Press,"
was led by Mr. John H. Nicholson
Lunch was served. At the next meet
ing Mrs. Jennie Yaryan will entertain
the club.
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MARY HILL W. C. T. U.
A meeting of the Mary Hill W. C.
T. U. was held Friday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Harrold on Sheridan
street. Mrs. Kneff of Warsaw. Ind.,
was a guest for the afternoon. Mrs.
Leeds the leader for , the day gave
several' readings. , . -
Geo. H. Clark, of Clark Show Case
Co., Columbus, O.. will be in Rich
mond, Monday evening. April 18th to
April . zznd. He -will be pleased to
call on anyone interested In show cas
es. Word left with Ross Drug Co", will
receive prompt attention. .
Business College Notes
L. B. Campbell, Manager, made a
Dusmess trip to Connersville and Cam
bridge City, today.
Lester Defibaugh. who has been with
the Second National Bank of this city
h.O A.AnnlnJ Il l.t m .
tlonal Harvesting Co., as book keeper.
Alice McManus has resumed her
work, after 'several days absence on
account of Illness in the family.
Isaac Sullivan 'has taken a ' position
with the Big Four R. R. Co., of In
dianapolls, Ind.
Donald Perin of Alpine, O., entered
tne bookkeeping department this week
Maude Buckingham has accepted J
position with Mather Bros.
Chloe Stephens left school Friday to
spend a few days with her parents of
Ansonla, O. ,
Ella Minter who secured an annolnt.
ment as one of the enumerators of the
city, entered uoon her duties Fridav
Jerome Day has taken a position
with the Second National bank of this
city. t
The British Navy. '
In England a navvy Is a laborer em
ployed in .the building of canals, rail
ways, etc. - - . , --
The .navvy dates back to the eight
eenth century, . when some hundreds
of canals or . navigations, as they
were called were cut . all over the
country. Hence ho was dubbed a nav
igator, or navvy, a descriQtion pre
served in the sign the .Navigators'
Arms, of which there are many in
England. ' The "navigator" Is usually
depicted with one hand resting on a
spade, while the other holds a 'foam
ing pot of ale.
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BEST HAIR TOniC
All Over America, the' News of the
Marvelous Dandruff Cures of Par-,
isian Sage Has Spread.
A few years 'ago there waa introduc
ed into" America a cure for -dandruff ,
failling hair and all scalp diseases.
News of the quick action of this won
derful invigorator spread rapidly.
And today without any sensational
or untrue advertising, Parisian Sage
Is used .extensively in almost every
town in America. And what haa pro
duced this great demand? Simply this:
Parisian Sage does Just what we ere
telling the readers of the . Palladium
and Sun:Tlegram It will do.
We claim, and we badk our claim
with L. H. Fihe's money back guaran
tee, that Parisian Sage is the most in
vigorating and rejuvenating hair tonic.
It cures dandruff, stops, falling hair
and itching scalp; it makes the hair
grow strong and vigorous, yet soft and
lustrous. It is. the only hair dressing
that reaches the root bulb of the hair
and, destroys the dandruff germ. "
And to the women who are reading
this simple statement of fact, we want
to say that Parisian Sage works won
ders with women's hair. : V It will turn
dull harsh and faded hair into beauti
ful, radiant and lustrous hair in a few
days, and is the moat pleasant and sat
isfying dressing, any woman ever used.
. ; rug2ts everywhere and L H. FIhe
sell Parisian Sage .for SOc a large bot
tle. .
Paris Shops Delightful to
Dictators of Fashion at the French Capital This Spring Rule
us to Be the Vogue.
(American News Service)
(By LaVeyageuse)
Paris. April 16. The "American
season." as It Is called, has set in, and
Paris is filled to overflowing with
American visitors, the advance guard
of those who are yet to come in thous-,
ends. One steamship authority esti
mates that there will be 80,000 "Yan
kee" visitors here within the next
three months, which means the ex
penditure of hundreds of thousands of
American dollars in the French capi
tal. It may well be imagined what com
fort this announcement brings to the
French commercial heart' which, only
a few months ago was filled with
gloom and despair in the belief that
the flood and' its effects would result
in such business depression here, that
thousands of storekeepers and others
would be ruined because of the fact
that tourists, fearing public Inconven
ience by reason of streets, shops and
hotels being damaged by the rush of
waters, as well as by the expectant re
sultant sickness and disease would
avoid Paris almost entirely and seek
other points on the continent and in
England at which to seek amusement
and spend their money. Now hope
has returned and all thought of the
flood and the commercial disaster has
been abandoned.
The streets are' crowded with tour
ists on foot and in vehicles. In the
afternoon one can scarcely make their
way on the principal boulevards in the
famous rue de la Paix, or In the ave
nues leading to the Bois.
Prices, too, have been increased, at
the hotels as a result of the demand
for accommodations, and in other es
tablishments because of the crowds of
shoppers who are willing to pay al
most any amount to get what they
seek.
There Is some grumblingas a result
on part of those whose purses are
thereby depleted to Just so much great
er an extent, but after all they feel a
certain recompense, for there is, per
haps, no place on earth so lovely In
spring as Paris, nor so full of attrac
tions, among them the shops which
never fail to captivate and delight the
feminine heart whether American or
otherwise,' for fashions appeal to wo
mankind the world over. '
The rooms which are quite the fad
here, and In fact have been for several
seasons, seem to spring up on every
side, where the fashionables and near
fashionables may be seen every afternoon,-
not only in the heart of the city,
in the shopping district, but iQ the av
enues near the Bois but In that fam
ous spot "Itself crowds of smartly
dressed women gather to listen to the
excellent bands, and, As might be ex
pected, to look at the toilettes of other
women, . .- ,
The question . of licensing public
gambling establishments, is again be
fore the 'municipal authorities. Ex
pressions of opinion for and ' against
the project may be heard' on all sides.
One proposition is that a "casino" be
established similar to that at Monte
Cardo, where only those who are able
to stand losses without subsequent fi
nancial distress shall be given permis
sion to operate. One location sug
gested is in the garden of the Palais
Royal, in a building erected by Cardi
nal Richelieu in 1636, and where he
lived until 1643. Since then it has
been the residence of several kings of
France. Of later years it has been
occupied by the colonial service and
other government offices..
The flower markets of Paris are not
ed the world oyer for their beauty and
general attractiveness, if not for their
size. The display of plants and cut
flowers is one of the sights of Paris,
and particularly during the - earlier
hours of the forenoon are visited by
American tourists and others in great
numbers. A large building for the
The Sunday School Commentary
' SERMON, APR. 16, BY REV. D. Af. STEARNS.
After the commission of last lesson
both Jesus and Bis disciples, departed
and went through the towns preaching
the gospel and healing everywhere.
See verse L with Mark vi. 12. 13; Luke
ix. & We may imagine the result from
such a passage as Matt lv, 24. In
Luke vil. 16-18. we read that after
Jesus raised the widow's son to life
the people glorified God. saying tbat a
great prophet Is risen up among us
and that God bad visited' His people.
And this rrumOTof Bim went -'.forth
throughout all Judea and throughout
all the region roundabout. And Um dis
ciples of Joba showed mm of all these
things. This explains bow- according
to verse 2 of our lesson. John beard in
the prison the works of .Christ. We
learn from chapter xlT that John' was
put in prison because be bad fearlessly
rebuked sin in high places.' a danger
ous thing to do if one's own. comfort is
considered when the powers" that be
ore la league with tbe devlt So Ml
caiah. son of Iml-4. found It wbei for
speaking the truth he Was put in pris
on and fed on the bread and water of
aIiction.V Zecbnrkb. sod of Jeboiada.
was stoned to death because be testi
fled that The people were In trouble be
canse they bad forsaken the Lord (11
Chroo. xvlu '2lK; 'xxlTi 20. 21). Tbe
hatred of the world, however, is not
strange; for tbe derll Is tbe god of this
age. and be "is the gtat adversary of
God and man;: But when one is sufTer
ing for rigbteewness iutk and tour
God. whose w are a nd -whom we serve.
seems not to bear us sod serSs no de
Iiverance then it becomes very perplex:
tog to any but the stropgert faith, her
Joseph as slave and prisooer. Martha
and Mary with a sick so dyta broth
er and John ' the Baptist seemingSj
neglected' and forgottetur luf reply to
Jchn agesJjtjB j o. disdEles
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Shartest design In the Parisian wedding gown, worn by a prominent
society belle. It has a short train and pointed tunic, the bodice opening
over a glimpse of pale pink chiffon.
use of the wholesale florists is to be
erected by the city.
The "Moulin Rouge' is a resort
known the world over as a place sup
posed to be particularly wicked, nut
which, in fact, is not as "black as
painted," although red paint, no doubt
is used there on . occasions. The
truth is that the "Moulin Rouge,". In
earlier days, was a decidedly fast es
tablishment, but with later years its
wickedness has been of a comparative
ly mild type, peculiar forms of danc
es may be seen there It is true, but
the real Parisian is well aware that
such are given chiefly for "foreign con
sumption," and to meet the expectan
cy of Americans and other visitors,
who, having heard of the place, ex
pect to find that it really lives up to
its reputation in other countries. The
dancers are nearly always profession
als, who dance not because they like
it, but because they are paid to do so.
Thus, the "Moulin Rouge," where gay
parties of students or other Parisians
or foreign visitors formerly cast aside
restraint, is now a comparatively quiet
and decorous resort.
Many smart spring weddings have
taken place of late. ' Some of the wed
ding gowns were exquisitely beautiful.
The illustration shows One made for a
well known society belle by Paquln.
It was a marvel of beauty ' ana style.
The toilette worn for the ceremony of
signing of the contract of civil mar
riage, according to custom, which took
place the day before the church event,
was of that lovely shade of beige that
resembles chameuse. : j It had a short
train and pointed tunic, the bodice
opening over a guimpe of pale pink
chiffon. A very large pale pink hat
was encircled with huge roses of a
deeper tone. The. going away frock,
of the new shade of blue, was tailor
made of the - simplest cut and style.
Worn with it was a large, black straw
bat trimmed with velvet of the same
Jesus1n'thatsame"bour wrought many
miracles and said to the messengers.
rGo and shew John again those things
which ye do bear and see" ' (verses
8-S; Luke vIL 20. 21 1. He also said as
much as "Do not be offended. John, if
I do not come to see you. and do not
think it strange If 1 ' do not release
you." We must remember His words
in John xvL 1-3; Iss. U 10. - ' -i
Tbe messengers from John having
departed. Jesus said to the multitudes
concerning John that be was' the one
foretold bX Isaiah and Maiacbl as the
messenger who would prepare tbe1 way
of the Messiah (Isa. xi. 3; MaL UL li.
He also said that among them that
are , born of . women there f huth not
.risen a greater than John the; Bap
tist (verse - 11k We remember that
Gabriel said. "Be shall be great In fbe
sight of tbe Lord. f be shall be
filled, with the Holy Ghost, f ? ? be
shall go before Him in tbe spirit and
power of Ellasr Luke L . 15-lf r oot
greet in' tbe sight of men. but ready to
testify or suffer or die that God may
be giorified. In connection with John's
greatness our Lord added. "He that
Is least in the 'kingdom of . heaven la
greater than be (verse III. This has
perplexed many because, perhaps. yj
have ; not noticed that Jeans did not
say rthe :'least'n"''he'vei'''biit:-'-tbe
least in fbe kingdom " of heaven. , or
kingdom of God (Lake vlL 2S. ,wbich
means the kingdom to be st up on
this' earth' when Jesus shall be kin,;
over all the earth. When the kingdom
comes John himself shall be greater
than he ever was when here In bumilfa
tJbn. : The least .in tne 'glorified body.
Hke Jesus Himself (I John Ifi, shall
be greater than the greatest here in"s
mortal body. : T There hi niore light tdr
os upon hie in doe time- bxt let us coo
eider tbe grestnese being -like DiSi
and so coatmnsily-'Mfeld Hiss se'to
be .mbt' tikrms'i&t : ' ";"? ' '
Americans 1
That SHmness Shall Ccntin
Lifer?
tone as the gown, which encircled the
crown in large ioios ana caugni aown
on either side by cockades of black
taffetas.
Slimness is still all the fashion tor ;
women, and hips are as much forbid :
den as ever. ' It is- necessary, Indeed,
more so than ever, for a woman te
have a slender appearance in the sim
ple frock of today as in the "tube'1
gown. Dresses being narrow around
the .ankles and knees.' and having un-'
trimmed, sloping shoulders, large hips
would be Incongruous in such gowns, .
Perfect fitting corsets are the first req
uisite towards the success a woman
should seek it she wishes to acquire S
graceful and correct figure, according
to the present dlctom Of fashion. ' Che
should put them on while In a recti-
tog position. To do so she most, o
course, be fitted for; them in the same
position, the reason for. this being thai .
when the body is lying flat It is. nab
orally narrower, and the weight Is not
thrown on the hips. After being fit
ted in this position, the wearer, when
she stands up, retains the same figure
as when lying down.
Once again, after many months, wo- .
men are to have pockets. Such it the
decree of the ablters of fsahkm. The
question among women, however, ls
"will the revival of pockets affect the
vanity bag?"
; Many women believe that as the new'
pockets are to be made of dainty em
broideries, the majority of women win
fear to put them to a puseful purpose.
The "tube" gown and the long "tube"
coat, made pockets quite impossible,
but thenew simple nd" more normal
coats and skirts and little dresses have
coat pockets and' ornamental square
pockets trimmed largely with buttons
of the same materiel , as the gown
There are large, oblong gold buttons;
large round military buttons of gol4
or silver and pearl shaped buttons oil
stylish and becoming.
"fbe Kingdom suffering violence tverse
12) evidently refers to tbe violence
which Jobs was now suffering end
which Jesus, the King, was see to
suffer at the bands of the rulers. Boo
Luke xvi, 16, K. V. They killed ther
herald and also cruelly murdered the
Sing. They they violently- peeeeed
against the kingdom and cansed' tt .
postponement tin He shall come agate
in His glory. Stephen summed as
in his discourse when be sold. Te
stiff necked snd uncircumcised In heert
and ears, ye do always resist tbe Doty
Ghost as your fathers did. so do ye.
Which of the prophets have not year
fathers persecuted ? : And they psve
slain tbem which shewed, before of tbo
coaling of tbe Just One; ot wbora ye
nave neen pow tne Betrayers mna muw .
derers" (Acts vtt. SL S2-
John-the Baptist cane In the spirit
and power of Elijah, and bad they re
ceived bin sad tbe Messiah whoa he
heralded the kingdom would have
come (verse 14 : but. having acted as
they did. tbe real Elijah must come to
herald' tbe return of Christ to glory
(Matt. xviL 10-13. Let those
It who can.. - - "-.'V
Tbev -said that John bad a
nd Jesus they called a gtattea and s
wlseblbber sod a friend of peblieans)
and sinners. We must not therefore
think it strange If we receive similar
treatment and are numbered with trass
gressors. reviled and pirsecnted for'
Bis sake. 'We must consider Bim who.
endured lest we become weary. Be.
glvetb power to f he faint, gxxj to tbem
that have no nugnf . Ue
strength. -
NOTICE CDCN LODGE.
I Members of the Eden Lodge are re-
quested to meet at the L C O. F. hall
St 7:30 f this" evenhag to ' attend the
funeral of Rebecca tTTioon. ' , '..'.
Mr order of the Notle Grand. -',;
tbimbiefUi 'will fnrnhA tt-S k --
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