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PBBwapianLmww.ii mm wjp jbmuimmmi r'AUK Hl. i'HE UE'VlUOKATIO BAMY hiK Tuesday, Mar-.li 15, I9t& ZUiliiXLtJUJJMtM M " ' - .-.-.O0 " PEOPLE'S Sermon hv CHARLES T RUSSELL Pattot Brooklyn 1 alicriidcc. -Ooo Washington. 1) C.. Muitii 13-t'nx for ltusM'li ol tin1 P.moklju Tubcum Cle. New York, preiu lutl here twin' today lo splendid audiences ue t his illscoili'M'ii was entitled. "Tin1 Owi tUrnw of Satan's Umpire." Wo repmt tliu other one from the tcit above quoted Pastor linsi-cll sald:- As ClirWtiuns In the light of tin wonderful lut'iiUeUi t'l'iitury ttentiu.ii at tlio p.irtliif,' of (lit' ways timl mum deride for right or for wmiiK. lor trtitli or for lulHohood, In respect In our rellsious convictions. Without questioning the sincerity if our tun fathers, we all object to thi'lr thcolog) It Is In viiln llmt iiilulHtfrM umi Dibit' cIjiss teacher longer deny tint facts of the cure. Nor will Intelligent and tiunertt people agree that it in right that through their creeds tlie.i Hhould profess one thing, mid In their lives nnd general converxiitlou they should IgiuiU' or absolutely deny the teili-hluga of those creeds. Yet this Is the position or pnictlciilly nil the thinn ing people of Christendom Their con fidences will not otund for this iitueti lunger. It they refrain from telling the Truth mid taking their Htmid lor It, they ulirnol only Bear their eon sclent es (I Timothy I v. 2i mid corn--Rpondlucly neparate thciiiHclvcH from (iud's favor, but additionally (hell course will sootier or Inter bring iipn.. (hem the disapproval nnd contempt of all honest peoplu For although the masses are not yet nrmixcd on Hie sub Jeet, they are rapidly gelling awake Do you wish me to Illustrate what 1 inennV 1m you wish me to show II. what lespeel all deuouilnatloiis are ashamed ol their creeds and iiuxliitis to hide the fact that they ever pro cessed them or were anxious lo give them some new Interpretation more consistent with the broader thought and moie generouu sentiment common lo civilized man In this Twentieth Century V I will do It. Our Methodist friends are ashamed of that leiltutuof their creed which de clares that the Almighty la now doing etytlilug that Divine Wisdom and Power can accomplish cm behalf of our poor ratu to bring all to a full knowledge of Christ and to opportu nity ol tallli and obedience. They real Q--- Ize that there Is a weakness In this argument. And when they protest: that Uod must work through means, and hence that the responsibility lies at the door of Christian bellevera to carry the Uospcl to the heathen, they realize that this Is au Illogical argu ment too. Kor why should our Great Ciealor send to eternal torment mil lions of his creatures, ticcuuso of nil Jiisulllelency of enl on the part of eome of their more enlightened fel low-creatures? Acknowledging the Inconsistency of Midi u theory our good Methodist brethren tell "us that they hope that God has some other way of saving the Ignorant of heathen lands and, perhaps, of civilized lauds We appreciate, the loving heart which prompts tills answer and we agree Hut it la true that Cluil has another way for tlteim. Hut when we attempt to point out what that other way Is, Homu of (hesn dear friends In ijtilre, la It Methodism V Did John Wesley preach HV Our nnnwer Is, No, llrotr.er Wesley did not preach It and did not know of It. Not because It Is new, but becatif.e It Is ho very old and i, was lost sight of during the. "dark ages" for llfteen centuries hefote brother Wesley was born, lie was feeling after II, yearning for II, hun gering and thirsting for It, lint the "due time" for It to lie made known to God'u people had not yet eome In brother Wesley's day. lie preached (lie eternal torluro of all mankind, ex cept the sanctified believers In Jesus the Hiulnr. Hut In hli preaching of the loo of Ood he was used of the Almighty to wnudrniiHl.v prepare the lieurU of ('hrisieiiduiii for the broader niUMtuiKo of the lllhle now due lo be ceu and imileiHioml. Wesley's Uoh pel of the lave of God lias mellowed tlio heart of Christendom, which mice wns frigid under the cold teachings of I'oreordlnatlon, Predestination, elf, of the Went minuter Confession of I'allh-ouce the biisls of neatly all Protectant Cotniuutilonx If ue and our Mehodtt brethren could maintain the sittiir ilegvce or spiritual warmth that Wesley mid their forefathers enjoyed wu mlpht do with out further IiikI ruction Hut c can not do Mil' None can stand still. Christians today are hwliiu their boll now, their M.iiii'tlllcatlon-thelr xnul foi Uod Is giving plaee to real for a met The light of Hie .Millennial morning widen for n century has been gradual ly breaking upon the world mimulat Jng thought In every direct Ion, make It necotwiry for our M;l IkhJImI liieth ruti. us well ns lor us ail, to avwition to the wonderful privileges of our day for Iiible study ( ust-eituln the real leaching of God's Wortl. hlch. in the dark past wo all seemingly mlxundcr Mood nnd misrepresented Already the most Intelligent one-fourth of Meth odism not only icjeela Itrothei W" ley'a theory, but alas, lepudlates Hie Whin nlsol H acfcptH Instead of Hal vnllou thai moat dangerous form of Infidelity known aa Higher Criticism and that moat uii-Serlptural proposi . - ' mmnmj PUL. . I 00 Choose Ye This Day "Between Truth and Error, "Choose You Thi Day Whom Ye Will Serve. . Il lehovah Be God, Serve Htm" (Joshua xxiv 15). o oo-----"" - tion ot human Evolution, which denies tin- tali ol oin rin i- and makes void ChrUi mlrmiiiiiT work and Hie glori ous result Hicicof-liuumli restitution (Acts III. IH-l'.'b Dory tht Dead Past. God found that we should bur.i any ot the doctrines of Christ and uis twelve apostles On Hie contrary let us strive lo lestinei'i tliese tpiin Hie rubbish ot li u ii i.i ii traditions wincu eignieeii i-entuiles have titled upon them Let us Instead bury oui man made creeds, of which we are all ashamed our Presbyterian friends some cars ago M-t a noble examine to all Christendom in Hie bun.ii o Cieir Confession ot lii Ii ii n ml 1 1 it-1 1 substitu tion -Mislead or a much simpler and much mote rational statement Hut. .So. I must eoireel inyselt here This Is what iiie.v should nave done btn did not do instead id burying me old ci ced, not ont, Horn sight, nut aiso from odor the, have merei, covered (he corpse which Is admitted to Ue dead and placed the hlietei and lieltei Coiilesslon atop (he winding-sheet The. assuredly deilaie that it is nut a miliilllule bill iuetel a repieselilutive statement Hence every time we read the re-staii'tueiit. we must tnlid our noses io avoid contamination t rum ttic odors or the carcass bene.iih. Not all must do this, foi, as the Apo tie suggests. All have not (hell senses exercised lo discern Hut all nilelli gem Presbyteitatis are lieing rapidly driven not only away from Calvinism but. alas, away Horn Hie Hltite aisn, because of their erroneous supposition thai the teaching or i nivin anil the teachings ot the lllhle ale one and the same These bright minds are not merely lost to the Christian forces They be come active agents In Hie proiiiulga (Ion or aiiH-Hliillcal teachings. I'he.v ate eiigaved In pulling down the lllhle and substituting foi Its i Idngs Dar win's Involution theorv These sllicele men are to he found In Hie faculties of III of the Colleges, In the lilght'M pul plis throughout the laud and In (In most prominent positions In business and social lite Their loss of full ti In the Hlble has not made them murder ers or thieves. Theli noble Inheritance from the past preserves to them au up Tightness of character which (he loss of a fear of hell-torment has not under mined Willie they are no longer Christians from Hie Hlble standpoint no longer believers In Jesus as a lie deemer they are Mill believers In Jesus as a great Teacher and a noble Leader of men. They fall lo discern the fact Unit If he posed as the Son of God and the Itedcemcr of men, nnd was not such. Instead of being u noble example, his life and teachings were most stupendous frauds nnd decep tions. aptlsti and Disciples Awakening. When we any that this awakening Is also reaching our Haptlst and our Disciple brethren, let It not be under stood lo mean that all ot these have been asleep until now. Perhaps It would have been lienor for them If Nome who have gotten awake during the past thltty years had slumbered longer. Those long awake have prin cipally gone off Into Darwinism and Higher Criticism. Haptlst and Disci ple schools and Colleges and Theolog ical Seminaries, like thoso of other de nominations, are. manned with the bilghtest minds of the denominations, and all with one accord teaching High er Criticism, liilldellty and Darwinian Isolation. With ono accord all are engaged In overthrowing the Christian Knlth or the rising generation. They are doing this Intelligently, wisely, cunningly, hut not with evil motive. Having gotten awako to the Inconsist encies of i Inn deeds these scholarly men, concluding that the creeds truth full) tcpi'Cbciiicd the Hlble, abandoned faith In the Scriptures to the same de gree that they have abandoned faith In (ho creeds which their Intellects have repudiated uw they nro seek ing to gradually help Christian peoplu of all denominations to what they con sider the lilghei plane of Truth. What they hurt -almost anything In fact Is belt hi .ban Hie "creeds" iliej have repudiated. They are working hard and succeeding well In Introducing their faith-destroying theory Into the minds of the lining genet atlou through the aeliool books. Krom these they tint only liavo eliminated everything .sympathetic with Hlblo faith, hut In the stead luivu Introduced die sub Iwitdvc doctrine of Involution, As lor the lank and tlio of Baptists I mid Disciples, probably three-fourths I of them still bold vaguely and Indole uttely to Hie Hlble and their Confes ' Dions of Faith though both or these iloiiomlimtloiiH In their liinoecuey of , mind think that they have no creeds- that they lake the Hlble only. Ah these dear friends awaken to the In consistencies of their Confession and teachings ihey are In great danger of following their leaders Into n repudia tion of everything pertaining to the ptiBt--lnto Higher CrltMsm-liiruiclIty and Darwinism. "Chooio You This Day Whom Yo Will Serve." Joshua's words to tlio laraelltes, aft er thoy had como Into Canaan, constl- OOO-" tute our ioi .! mi i'"d fin- si-iieliles nei h ,1011101 ill it thai it wii 1 ,111 Hi deride pn-mpily and lliormi m inch course lliej wotiiil lake. Mi we ina, see lo 'Ja.t Him' Cliilstiaiis ot ah denoiinna Nous an' in n ir.Mii.! position and that i prompt decision losiand by God mid the Hlble is Hie licccssnr.t tiling for illoM- who would be delivered truth the daiktiess of Hie past and avoid railing lino Hie Adversary's great deception or the prcMMit- Into which their leader arc guiding them Unless they heed -peedlly, the blind leading the blind will rail lino the ditch or Darwinism in d the mire or Higher Criticism There are mil many ways to esiape this threatening calamity: There Is nnlj one way -the Hlble way .Many Il.tptlsi and Disciple ministers are be coming awake to the lneoiiisicneio of 'hell positions and drifting without t'orMio'.vledge of where their course will end. l-'or Instance. I have before tne the words of Hie Itev Dr Mae Don ald ot ni.v own city, Hrookjyu. on Feb ruary '.'7th. 1'hls gentleman speaka of the Haptlst Confession or l-'alth as "tlirxr Hiniililliiui rlnliirM ol an ancient lUnjuiHltxm ' And respecting Hie Hap tlst doeirlne which recognizes only Im mersed persons as members of tho Church of Christ anil heirs of salva tion, lie says, "Urncclurth it ran ttr rr gamin la Or an tlraa an the mm of XihIii'ii ana tlninnrrah. ana u iciirlhilv bumd" Tlie gentleman rejoiced that recently a Haptlst minister had been ordained to Hie Sixth Avenue Haptlst Church of Hrooklyu who alllrtued m advance that he would Invite all to communion and Church membership who loved tlie Lord Jesus He urged that "associate members" Hhould be reielvcd Into Haptlst communions 'without Imposing baptism upon Ilium " This courageous brother falls to ace wherein Hie course he advocates Is Illogical What he needs to see la the real teaching of tlie lllhle on the sub ject of Huplisiu-Hiat ll Is baptism I. do Christ's death, and thus Into the real Church of Christ not the Haptlst Chureii, nor any oilier human organiza tion, but Hip Church or Gud-"Tlie Chun Ii of the firstborns, whose names are written in heaven" That roll con tains tne names or all the saintly, faithful, 'consecrated believers In tlie Hcdcnier of all denominations nnd outside of all denominations. Canct!ly Them Through Thy Truth." It is not HUtliclem that we get rid of the errors and superstitions of the past. Wo must supplant those with the Truth, that "We uiity be able to withstand In tills evil day" (Kpheslans vl. 13). It alone will constitute tlio armor or God Christian people hold much precious Truth, but bold It In so Illogical and confused n manner that ll falls to give them the needed strength. God permitted us to come to this very hour ami has permitted the present tests for the purpose of developing the characters of the "Is raelites indeed. In whom Is no guile." and ror the puristse of gathering out from them nil the tares, all the chair, and all not at heart copies of his dear Sou. Let me now briefly summarize the errora of our creeda mid briefly In dicate the Hlble remedy. None of our Creeds were too strict In defining the salnlllness of the Church class, Invited to become the Ilrlde of Christ and his Jolnt-holrs In hla Kingdom. On the contrary, In many respects they were too loose they were not nearly up to tho stand ard of the Master's word, "If any man will bo my disciple, let him tako up Ills crosB and follow mo." "Strait Is tho gato nnd narrow tho way which Icai'letli unto life; and few there be that llnd It" (Matthew vll, 141. Jesus taught that his followers must drink of his cap of suffering and be lxtpH;ed into hl.i death and not merely Into wa ter. Our too-low standards have ad mitted to membership In all denomina tions millions who nro far below the Master's standards. Our error mid deception was tho sup position that all who are not saintly, all who would not become the Ilrlde of Christ, all who are not baptized Into his death, all who do not drink of Ills cup of Ignominy will he ctcrnalty tortuial. Thin great mistake common 10 all Protestants (and In the much modi fied form of Purgatory him red also by Catholics) must he displaced by the Hlblu teaching that as soon as the elect Church shall bu completed and glorllled the ahtltyplcal Year ol Jubi lee will begin; that then for the thou sand years of tho reign of Christ and the Church as the spiritual Seed of Miraliam, (ho non-eUrl, of all (he fam ilies ol lite earth will bo blest by the elect (Galatlatis 111, 1(1. 'JD; Acts ill, lO-t'3), Let us, dear brethren, choose this day to Maud by the Word of Gpd, to reject all human traditions contrary to ll and to hold fast tho things that me true. Just, loving, good. If occasionally a thoughtless friend asks. Why do you bclievo In a Millen nium? answer that ll is ono of the oldest doctrines of Christendom and. above all, Hie Hlble doctrine. Answer that he who docs not bellevo In the Millennium and the resurrection then of the world of mankind "All that aro lu their graves" must account for the, dead in some other way must claim that tllcy linvu lieuu experienc ing pain or plcasute for thousands of years, or must claim that they nro ex tinct, as the brute beast and will have no resurrection or must bellevo In uni versal salvation legardless of a knowl edge of Christ or obedience to Id 111. On noxt Lord's Day, we will discuss tho Millennium and show Its absolute necessity, not only from n Hlble stand point but nlso from n sclentllle atnnd point. "Choose ye this, day" to stand for tho Hlblo nnd rcason-nnd to op pose tho Creeds of the dark agt-s aud their unreason! Many Get CracKed Grants. SEX IS NOT RESPECTED Mounted Oilbrs Dash Into Delcnschss Crowd. PHILADELPHIA SGEIiE OF PJ01 In Preventing Meeting at Ball Park Director Clay Fulfills Promise to Hand Strikers Troub.e In Bunches Streets Littered With Millinery anil Shoes That Hati been Hurled at Uuarihuiis u Kc.ce. Philadelphia, March 11. For two hours Broad street from tho Philadel phia National league park to tho city ball was a battleground. Tho pollco fought and whipped 20,000 strikers and labor union sympathizers in th heart of the city. , Tho thoroughfare was choked with men and women, who struggled to break down the police barricades and surround the city hall. They wjre leaderless and advanced In the wild est dlsordor. Hundreds of them wero pounded to tho street, trampled by men and horses, kicked and cuffed and whirled headlong to side streets. It Is Impossible' to say how many wcro hurt. Tho pollco troubled to mako tow arrests, but after tho mob was broken thero wero to be seon scores of men, now arid then a woman, whoso heads had been cut open by savago blows of a club, wnosofacos wero bloody, or who wero nursing an arm paralyzed by tho smashing Im pact of tho policeman's mace. Broad street was a curious spec tacle after tho brittle For squares tho asphalt was littered with hats, men's and women's, that had boon swept away In tho rushes of tho po llco. A truckload ot damagod mllll nory might havo been gathered up. Thero we'ro also shoes that had been removed by their ownors nnd thrown at tho pollco, andmany of them wore women's. Clash Was Expected. Tho clash between tho union labor forces and Henry Clay, the dlroetor of public safety, was wldoly known. The board of strategy of tho Central La bor union, tho association callod the committee of ton, Issued a call for a masa meeting In tho National Loaguo park. Mr. Clay, acting under ordors from the mayor, forbade tho meeting emphatically, and notified the lawyer who acted for tho unions that the mooting would bo contrary to law and against public peace But tho unions had obtained permission from Presi dent Fogel, president ol the baseball club, to use tho pnrk. Mr. Clay, real izing that an oncountor was certain, ordered John Taylor, superintendent of police, to take as many men aa ho could uso and provent tho strikers from assembling In tho basoball park or anywhere else. Tho streets con verging on tho National Loaguo park wero full to tho sldowalks with thou oanda who wcro drifting toward the meeting. The vanguard of tho unions reached tho ball park nbout noon. Tiioy found ovory gato to tho park closed and barred and pollco llnod up at all or tho ontrancea. Delegation aftor delegation arrlvod until there wero moro -than 20,000 men and wom en wlrllng around tho park, keoplng closo to tho high fence. Then Pratt and Murphy, with mom bore of tlio committee ot ton, nrrlved In nn automobile and demanded ad mittance to tho park. Thore was a bluster of words between tho union chiefs and tho lieutenant on duty nt tho nmln gato of tho park. The pollco wcro firm In refusing thorn admit tance. Finally Pratt and his party left and headed down town. Sonio body stnrted the cry thnt the union chiefs wero lending a march to tho city hall. Thoro was a yoll raised, "on lo the city hall." Then the stam pede Htm tod. Police Lined Streets. For a dlsttinco of two miles from the basoball grounds to Spring Gar don street, Cnptnln Taylor had postod at short Intervals moro than 1,000 no Hcomen, whllo troops of pollco cav Blry trotted up and down tho sides of Broad street in rcBervo. A short dls anco from tho ball park a squad ot negro police blookod tho stroct. Thoy wcro ordered to toar Into tho crowd, and thoy did wickedly. At tho Btimo inomont a troop of mounted men rodo into tho crowd from tho Bldo, cutting, off a thousand or moro of tho march ors from tho main body. It was tho boglnnlng of tho strategy Taylor had planned to divide tho mob Into sec tions nnd then hnmmor each into the noarest side street Tho plan waB carried out. Strcot by street the do tails of pollco hammered the crowds oft the publlo highways. Thore was a long serlos ot encounters, Men darted out of tho fighting holding their hands to tholr heads. Often tho hands were dripping blood. Tbo wom en were scon to claw at tho facos ot the bluecoats and hurl shoes. When thoy refused to bo drlvon thoy woro knocked down, It was not at all un common to .. upSclutchlrg al h toldto smnsh the men, rlod hut orders. FAVCR GbN KAL .TRIKE State Federation First Wants Presi dent to Act. Newcastle, Pa March 11. Uy a unanimous vote the representatives of tho various labor crafts in all parts of Pennsylvania agreed to be ready for a statowldo strike within tho noxt 16 days unle3s a settlement Is reach ed In tho strike In Philadelphia. This action was taken by the adoption of the report of tho committee of nine appointed to draw up plans nnd to carry out the provisions of a resolu tion presented to tho convention of tho Pennsylvania Stato Federation of Labor by W. D. Mahon, national pres ident of the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Em ployes ot America. It was decided, however, to make an appeal In tho meantime to Presi dent Taft to Intervene in the labor troubles at Philadelphia. HOUSE RETRACES ITS FOOTSTEP Passes Hawkins CM Alter De lects Are Repaired. LIBHLW1EASUREPASCES SENATE Patterson of Ashland Unable to Se cure More Than Five Votes Against Clevenger'8 Measure to Protect Newspapers In Publication of Offi cial Investigations Deaton Bill Seeks to Incorporate Cedar. Point. Vote on Yount Bill Tuesday, Columbus, O., March 11. The house changed Its mind, aftor defeat ing tho Hawkins bill, which provides for the nomination of candidates for congrets by popular vote, because It was dellclcn In a number of essentia' features of the primary election law, and by a vote of 73 to 23 passed the measure Tho change ot heart was due to tho fact that Adolph Haas of Clovoland made a fow changes In tho phraseology of tho bill and Intro duced It as a substitute. Senator Shaffr of Paulding Intro duced a bill al the request of tht traveling men of tho stato which com pels railroads to transport free all classes of baggago up to 150 pounds when accompanied by a ticket. Rail roads now charge excess baggago rates for sample trunks. Opposition to tho libel bill, led by Senator Frank Patterson of Ashland, was Ineffective in tho senate, and brought only flvo votes against the measure. This is the bill Introduced by Senator Clovenger of Clinton coun ty, making privileged tho publication cf reports ot legislative, executive and judicial proceedings In newspa pers. In other words, the bill provid ed that newspapers could print offi cial rooords without being prosecuted for libel. Sonators Clevengor, Wil liams and Johnson arguod strongly for tho bill Thoso voting agatnst It wero Senators Patterson, Huffman, Mather, Keller and Tuttlo. Langdon Bill Delayed, Contrary to genoral expectations, no vote was taken in tho houso on tho Langdon taxation commission measure,, but it was made a special or der for March 10. Senator Yount's school book hill wns road tho third tlmo, and at tho author's roquest was passed over to noxt Tuesday. Among the bills Introduced In the senate were two by Mr. Deaton of Champaign, as follows: Amending tho law regarding the taking of tenltory from tho corporate limits of cities so as to permit It to bo dono when sep arated from other land of the corpo ration by water moro than ,1 mllo wide. Providing for tho organization of a village on a platted peninsula mora than 75 per cont ot which Is sur rounded by water. Tho law now ex isting does not reach such a caso. Thoso two bills are suspected of be ing projected to enable Cedar Point to Incorporato as a rival of Sandusky. THIS AND THAT President Taft lias nominated Charles G. Schlppol as postmaster at Sandusky, O. At Kent, O., Postmaster Itced and wlfo were mndo seriously 111 by eating warmod-pver chlckon. Thomas Grayson of Columbus, O., committed suicide at Buffalo, N. Y., by drinking bichloride of morcury At Fornwood, Miss., tho tlvo-year-old son ot Louis Washington gave his two-year-old sister rat ptlson with fa tal oftoct, THIS ANDTHAT Mr. and Mrs. George Brooks of IUoomlngton, 111., nro doad as tho re sult ot a lamp explosion. Shnttcrod lovo affair Is nsslgnod ns tho cause for tho suicide of Thomas Tliorno, actor, In n Chlcaeo hotel. According to nn official statomont Amorlcans last year paid JI50.COO.000 for the privilege of talking over tho Bell tolophonos, , William Jackson, colored, was con victed at Kansas City ot assaulting six white girls and was glvon a 99 year Bontenco in the penitentiary. FIKST OPEN Alii J'UL1J1T ERECTED IN THE UNITED STA1ES. Thd first open nlr pulpit In tho United States was recently completed lu New York and made ready for the coming of favorable weather for Its dedi cation. It Is situated on the south side of the famous old Grace church, at Broadway ami Hast Tenth street. 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