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ROSS BREAKS INTO
PRINT IN COLLIER'S
After Yain Assaults on the
Journalistic Temple, He
Fame, like the measles, Is liable to
break out In the most unexpected
places. During the fall and winter of
1908 and 1909 the receipts of the El Paso
postoffice -were Increased materially by
the frequent mailing of sundry large
and bulky envelopes addressed to the
publishers of Sunday magazines, month
ly publications and metropolitan dailies.
For some reason which was unexplain
able to the person mailing the same
liulkv uackaees. these corpulent enve
lopes had a habit of returning to the
sender with the enclosed stamps on the
The contents consisted of the brain
children of one "Will M. Ross, police re
porter and amateur Billie Smith of The
Herald staff. As an amateur Sherlock
Holmes Ross seemed to be more suc
cessful than as an amateur author.
After leaving El Paso, where he had
been In quest of the phantom golden
fleece of health, Ross went to Stevens
Point, "Wis., where he entered a sana
torium. There was where the lightning of
fame struck. Having the literary bee as
strong in his brain as when he was In
Ei Paso, the young newspaper man
wrote a book of his experiences in an
effort to regain his health. It was a
modest little effort, paper bound and
about as big as one of Elbert Hub
bard's meat paper publications. But n
was crammed full of useful informa
tion to the health seeker and was an
interesting diary of a young man who
had conquered a disease by first con
The booklet received favorable men
tion from physicians and by the press
of the middle west. Then came the
crowning climax. Collier's, the weekly
that is as exclusive as a back bay Bos
tonian, broke out editorially with a
paragraph of comment on the former
El Paso boy's book. Having regained
his health, published a book and broken
Into the sacred confines of Collier's is
fame sufficient for one person and Mr.
Ross will now stand hitched long
enough to allow Underwood & Under
wood's protographer to snap his picture
for the hall af fame.
"What mister Collier said about Ross's
little publication reads:
"Every case of tuberculosis was once
In the Incipient stage," we are remind
ed in a little hook by Will M. Ross of
Stevens Point, "Wisconsin, irrwhlch he
details his personal experience with
tuberculosis. "Ninety out of one hun
dred become advanced cases because of
mistakes made by the patient. You will
hfllieve if you have tuberculosis that you
stp. on of the chosen ten. The chances 1
are nine out of ten that you are one of
the ninety." Too much of the kind of
sensible talk usea in Mr. Ross's book
can not be spread among the public
"With Galbraith's "Chasing the Cure in
Colorado," Mr. Ross's personal experi
ence agrees so far as the relative unim
portance of climate on the cure is con
cerned. The point emphasized in these
books and In much of the free litera
ture distributed by various Jocal and na
tional bodies organized to fight tuber
culosis Is that sane living, proper food,
and reasonable mealcal attention are
h important factors. Mr. Ross goes a
step heyond the average writer when he
makas .clear the- danger -to ne tuDercu
lous patient during the period of con
valescence. "Anybody can be sick, but
Jt takes a wise, patient, and careful per
son to get well successfully." His book
Is the sort of brief, clearly written,
sane document that should be ot
practical use y anybody threatened
FEAST OF WEEKS
TO BE OBSERVED
Celebration to Be Held Sun
day Confirmation of
Special services for fche Feast of
Weeks (Shevuoth) will be held at
Temple Mt. Sinai, Sunday night 8
oclock and Monday at 10 a.m. Rabbi
Zielonka will speak Sunday night on
"The Decalogue in Modern X.ife," and
on Monday morning four boys will be
confirmed and the subject of the ser
mon will be, "Through Children to Par-
For the confirmation service, follow- I
ine- will be the nroaram: j
Opening hymn Psalm 100
Prayer Book, pp. 166-179.
Opening prayer ..Harry Pozll
Praver book, pp. 1S6-1S8.
Duet "The Lord Is My Llht"
. . . . . .Dudley Buck.
"Miss" Sprlnz, Mr. WItte.
A confirmation lesson "Life Is
Duty" Melville Herskovits
Prayer book, pp. 195-201.
Solo "I "Will Ertol Thee" Costa
A confirmation lesson "God Is
Love" Manuel Schwartz
Heading scriptures Prayer Book,
Scroll read by Fabian Stolaroff and
Prayer Book, page 221.
"The Ten "Words". .Confirmation Class
Returning' scrolls Prayer Book pp.
Closing- prayer Fabian Stolaroff
Presenting confirmation certificates
... .A. A. Kline
Quartet "Fear Not YeY O Israel"..
Sermon "Through Children to Par
ents" Rabbi Martin Zielonka
Solo "Hold Thou My Hands". .BrJggs
Closing service Prayer Book pp.
Closing hymn. Psalm 150.
The confirmants of 1910 ((5670) are:
Melville Herskovits, 901 North El Paso
street; Harry Pozil, S18 North El Paso
street: Manuel Schwartz, 801 North Ore
gon street: Fabian Stolaroff, 819 North
SOIOMOTHLE WOMAN DIES.
Solomonville, Ariz., June 11. Juana
Escoba, nee Grijalva, died and was
burled from the Roman Catholic church.
She was very young and had been mar
ried but a few months.
Charles Tett, of Safford, is moving
here. He will live in the house on Main
street lately occupied by the Massey
All who were called to Globe to
attend the United States court as grand
or petit jurors have returned.
Never hesitate about giving Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy to children. It
contains no opium or other narcotics
and can be given with implicit confi
dence. As a quick cure for coughs and
colds to which children are susceptible
it Is unsurpassed. Sold by all dealers.
Coming From the Recognized
To the Editor of The Daily Herald:
On the first page of your issue of the
21st inst. appears in large type an in
quiry asking if a certain osteopathic
physician bf El Paso is a Christian
Scientist. To this I will say that a
Christian Scientist is never a physical
diagnostician; he does not consult mat
ter for a knowledge of man. The Chrs
tian Scientist accepts the statement
made in the Holy Bible that God is
Spirit and is infinite; that He is all
and that man was made in God's image
and likeness. The likeness of Spirit is
spiritual. It is not matter; therefore,
the Christian Scientist understand that
man is spiritual, and never material.
Disease as an experience of mortal
man, has its origin in the belief that
life and intelligence exist in matter.
This belief was the Adam error which
divine Wisdom condemned, saying: "In
the day that thou eatest thereof thou
shalt surely die." ,
The Christian Science practitioner
makes his investigations along the lines
of mental phenomena, and traces every
effect to mental causation. He under
stands that Mind governs the body ab
solutely, and thus he comprehends what
the wise man meant when he 6aid, as a
man "thinketh so is he."
Every individual who is -engaged in
relieving the sufferings of humanity
should be permitted to puruse the path
he believes right and best. A Christian
Scientist asks to be permitted to enjoy
the same privilege. His method, how
ever, is purely metaphysical. He does
not adulterate Christian Science prac
tice by recourse to matter, in diagnosis
nor in remedy. He understands the di
vine Mind to be all, and all-in-all; and
in the language of Joshua, he says to
all those who oppose him with the meth
ods of material systems: "Choose ye this
day whom ye will serve; -but as for me
and my house Ave will serve the Lord."
Very truly yours,
James D. Sherwood.
bate Between James D. Sh
Recognized Mouthpiece of Mr
steopathic Infirmary, El Paso, Texas.
( IRA W. COLLINS' REPLY.
In the first place, my friend, I agree
with you that I am not a so-called
For the very reason that you say to
vall those who think they dwell in a
material house thatis subject to ma
terial laws that they do not serve God.
This is unchristian.
It is the same old Pharisee's pi aver,
which, thank God, he was not as other
For, except your righteousness exceed
the righteousness of the Pharisees you
cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven.
Xow it is the desire of my heart to.
enter the Kingdom of Heaven, and to
help everybody else to get there that
I can. So I am not a Christian Scientist
for that reason.
I believe also:
That, instead of mending the mate
rial body by mending the condition of
the spiritual mind;
That God mends the spiritual condi
tions of the mind by the application of
his physical laws to this material body
the same as our Earthly Fathers did
and that he permits the infirmities of
our 'bodies for that very reason, and
that he does not always remove them
in answer to prayer for that same
And that when he does remove them
in answer to prayer that 'he always
does it through human instrumentality,
and by means of natural physical laws.
You people seem to me to be prettv
good people, foit you , seem to lack the
warmth of CHFJSTIAX sympathy, and
you don't pay Any attention to SCIEN
You remind me of an old western
Kansas farmer I met once who, 'with
his little old shriveled team and-rick-
ety covered vagon was going back -to
his wife's people. I said, "why, it seems
to me this is pretty good country if you
only had a little more rain." "Yes,
stranger," said he, ''this is a pretty good
country, if you could only raise anv
thing." Xow, if you people just understood
Christianity and the principles of sci-
j ence, so you could cure somebody, you
would 'be pretty good doctors.
lou stood off and pointed your finger
at us Jobes, and said, ''There's kinks in
your minds." "I -and my house are
serving the Lord." Yet God said, "There
is none like him in all the world.'"
The ZVIrs. Eddj-s who hope to be car
ried to the skies on flowery beds of
ease, whilst others fought to win the
prize and sailed through bloody seas,"
according to God, aren't trotting in the
same class with this poor Saint, as he
lay there suffering for humanity's sake'
when it comes to UXPOLUTIOX from
Hello, Paul ! Did you know you had kinks
in your mind, is why you had that old
hob nailed liver of yours, and that if
you had gotten instructions from Mrs.
Eddy on spiritual relation with God
you would thave gotten up in the holy
atmosphere where she is, and that old
hob nailed liver would have faded like
the dews of the morning.
Xo, Doc, I'd have been exalted beyond
measure and might have become a
Pharisee. There might have been a few
kinks in that old spine of mine, but
there wasn't any kinks in my spiritual
mind. It was my house of clay that
gave me all that trouble. It needed fix
ing, and God laid down laws of nature,
and gave us 'brains to comprehend them.
He needed one of his human agente
to fix that, or to set a shoulder or a
Speaking of hips reminds me of old
Jacob, the meanest old Sheeny that ever
swindled 'his father-in-law out of a
nickel or 'beat his 'brother out of his
birthright. He thought he would go
back home and visit the folks. He savs.
7 xPect r J?1 fnd few Pents
w u w.Ui.. .i. uii.ii-q uy a. 111,-
tie. It will make it a little bit more
pleasant. I expect he is poor and an
i easy mark. I stole about everything
he had. He will appreciate these little
presents from me.' I'm the smart Ja
cob. I know how to fix these things up.
I'm a diplomat." But the servants came
back and said it wouldn't work. He has
And, as the vast armies of Esau be
gan to pour around him, I can just see
old Jacob now, n.s he began to sweat
and swallow and turn pale, and say
"Gee, whiz, I wish I hadn't stole that
birthright. He won't leave a grease spot I
of me in the morning." Then he wisely
turned to God to make it right with
him, for he knew that Esau was hu
ma.n. These troubles are a pretty good
thing, sometimes, But God didn't
let him off so very easv that
time. I have an idea that an
-angel gave him some pretty plain j
talk when they had that all night ses
sion. T have an idea he said. "Look
here. Jacob, I have forgiven you and
.forsriven vou. till I've made a molly
coddle out of you; nobody likes you.
you can't have any 'influence for good
Heads of These
Interesting Pieces of
you're selfish; they know you are al
ways scheming to see if there is any
money in it, and instead of sacrificing
money for principles, they know you
are always sacrificing principle for
You remind me of some children
whose mothers are morally lazy; they
let them go into other people's houses
and tear everything up and break the
bric-a-brac, and take the toys away
from the rest of the children, and their
mothers will say, "Why, Johnnie," in
stead of rising up in their righteous in
dignation and smiting them on the hip.
like I'm going to do you directly.
I'm on to you; just as soon as I take
those ariSes of Esau away from There
you would be the same old Jacob again.
Xow, I'm going to give you something
this time to remember me by as long
as you live. And the next time there
is a citv election vou'll be down there
voting for righteous men, "For right-
eousness exalteth the nation," and not
be down there helping to elect a lot of
unscruplous dummies in order that you
can get some boodle out of the town
treasury. And you'll not stay at home
wra.pped in your self righteousness and
say, Politics is rotten; I'm afraid it
will contaminate me, and let tna devil
run the town. You'll be down there
scrapping for righteousness sake and
thinking you would rather lose a, little
bit of trade and a few political friends
than to face my righteous indignation
again, and you will realize that there
are a whole lot more of them like you
that ought to be going a.round with
marks where I smote them on 'the hip
instead of running over there to the Mrs.
Eddys dickering with them to try to get
me to take them off.
There is nobody that has any extra
pull utih me. You had just as well
save your money. I'm a just Judge.
Before me the sigh of a wayside or
phan will balance a million.
Whomsoever I will, I exalt, and whom
soever I will I debase, vet whenever I
debase you for righteousness sake you
shall not be utterlv cast down. Yet a Pu" on vinit.v nor standing arouna
little while I hid'mv face from" you, I witn ?"our motn5 open praying, ex
but with great mercv'will I gather thee j peering him to throw it at you. but
and with- overflowing kindness will 1
have mercy on thee."
When Jacob came out from that con
ference he had his old crippled hip, but
he loved his Father more, for he knew
that he .was cruel only to be kind.
I can see his smile shining through
his tears, like the sunshine after the
storm, which has only blessed the -world
and made it lovelier. From theiuon he
was the sweet, loveable, grand, magnifi
cent old Father Jaiob. with a kind and
helpful hand for evervone, that we all
i love so well. But there were no kinks
in jus raina. ne Knew his Uod.
And, although he dwelt in a broken
house of clay he basked in his father's
sunshine day by day, for God had led
him all the way, until
"Like some tall peak that lifts its awful
Swells from the vale and midway leives
While round its breast the rolling clouds
Eternal Sunshine settles on its head."
. . . I
If you people bad more Christian svm-
pat'hy Christanitv would ma.ke you dili
gent m -our mismess. tervent in serving
This would make you seek conscien-i
tiously and diligently for those principles
of healing revealed in his book, and in
So you could be of the most service
to humanity and produce the most
fruits, "For. by their fruits shall ye
And j'ou would studj' his laws of scl-
ence like the Osteopath so von oonM !
set shoulders, hips and vertebra; so the
lame could walk and the blind see, and
the dumb speak, and the deaf hear, and
all manner of diseases would be healed,
and we would all believe God was bless
ing your efforts to be ''of service to suf
If you are depending on your pull
with divinity just remember theie
isn't enough of that high spiritual at
mosphere in all the Eddys in Amerra
for your prayers to set one dislocald
shoulder, let alone the millions of dis
located hips and vertebrae Avhieh arc
causing all the human suffering in tuo
world. You say. "God is all in -all,"
and that his power is the same today
as in the day of Jesus. We admit V.
yet you bv your pretentions are the
most belittlemg to his power of anv
otfter class of people in the world. For
those who believe that God blesses
their efforts know that through his hu
man agencies, following the instructions
that God has laid dowif'in his scientific
laws, that thev can set even hip, shoul
der and vertebrae in thp world todav;
that he wills thev should. So tyhat the
blind see and the lame walk, and all
manner of dfcpase fc healed.
The miraculous deeds which Christ
and his disciples did were not according
to his laws of science, and were for the
purpose of proving his divinity and pow
er over all laws. And that power isn't
Two Cults It Is
needed any more. But he never gave
you any of that.
Jesus of Xazareth by his miraculous
power touched the decayed hand of tlie
leper, and he was whole. He called,
and Lazarus came forth from the tomb.
You can't do that.
If any manner of poisonous serpents
would bite his disciples it would be
Xow, I've never seen any of the Eddy
ites with faith enough to fcol with the
business end of a rattier and expect
to come out whole, nor had any re
markable success in healing di6e.ss.
I know you are taking aivautage of
those ,cases which nature has curid it
self, and have induced people to cease
poisoning themselves with deadly drugs,
and they have been restored, but we
know it is not Divine power, for if it
was it would be done instantly, for
i tnat'a the wy Gd did everything
i and no human power could compare with
you. jsut, as it is. uod seems to nave
placed upon Osteopathy the stamp of
his divine approval, for they cure a
hundred to your one by the applica
tion of God's phvsical laws, as revealed
in his book, and by his natural laws,
and. God never sets a hip or shoulder
or vertebrae without one of his human
agents, for they are his servants and
co-workers and through them the blind
see, the lame walk and all manner of i
diseases are healed.
We know that this same Jesus of
Xabareth taught us to pray, "Gie us
this day our daily bread," as well as
to pray to be healed. Then, ov his
j miraculous "power he touched the loaves
and fishes and the vast multitude was
But vou Eddvs haven't the same con-
1 fidence in h5s Pr to provide you
with sustenance without effort on vour
part that you pretend to have in this j those breathing from Paradise, from the
healing power. I don't see any of you livinT God who made living, mov
running a restaurant or feed store and -m feature in tenderness ana"in mercv,
dealing out to the vast multitudes some
of the surplus you have received
j through prayer alone, because of your
most of you are around distributing
your little circulars to advertise your
selves, and rustling around looking for
muckers to sell, them Dhine grace at
So I see you folks are not quite all
spirit yet, but have a little of the Adam
leit m you. and neeu a iitue ot tne
material apple to sustain you. , God
could give you the one just as well as
the other if he. cared to, without effort
on vour nart.
on your part.
I've seen God
abundantly both as to this world's
goods and healing power, because pf
their etiorts, out the hooos who get
their sustenance without effort usually
! land in the countv jail, and don't seem
to haveiuch pull on divinity either.
But there is one vast good that you j ated. and if your blood is staimant ;ets
have accomplished for humanity, ajul j im ferment, and gives you the identical
for which you ought to have a monu- disease they had.
ment as high as Bunker Hill, and there 1 Xo microbes ever produced a disease,
ought to come up to God for your wel- j for God made them for scavengers, and
fare the prayers from the tremulous lips fJod is Love, and made all things in ten
of a million mothers, like the voice of j derness and mercv. There is not a
many waters. Because you have re- ! breath of wrath in all of God's crea
strained them from putting the poison- j tion. These scavengers when the blood
ous intemperate cups to their children's
lips; drunkenness, insanity, imbecility
and crime, the fruits of these intern-'
perate poisons has mowed down and
debauched their loved ones more than all
the want and famine and wars of the
world. God said, "Cursed is he that
putteth the intemperate cup to his neigh-!
bor's lips," and these are the thoughts
that have burned in the mind of God
himself, and are as unchangeable as the
eternal sun, and no man can violate
them without reaping the consequences
aml facing the wra.th of his God. Xo
1.1. .1 i. ii. ,i i i. j i
iuuner wimi nit uopc is. il uepenus on
its poisonous power as a nerve excitant,
and is therefore an intemperate, wreck
ing and polluting the temple of the liv
These same dobauchers will go on the
witness stand and for a paltry sum
show they 'have weakened and debauched
your loved ones into imbeciles and crim
inals, uod nas given you warm and
cold applications and fasting and diet-
ing, and Osteopath- and a thousand and
one ways of relieving and restoring the
suffering loved ones without violating his
Ye. -even now and then vou will find
a pulpit mollycoddle that will face His
wrath and never raise his hand in pro-
tea. against this the greatest crime J
or nis age. and will allow his loved
ones to be debauched and poisoned and
weakened into imbeciles and criminals
rather than offend one of these aveng
ing angels of' his Satanic majesty, be
cause he happens to contribute some of
tainted conscience money to his 1
Xo man can put one of these pois
onous cup to his child's or neighbor's
lips without branding as a liar and
spitting in the face of the God that
In India they worship poisonous ser
pents to keep away the evil spirit of
s. Eddy, and Dr.
Orthodox, and One of the Mos
Critsfield saw a child bloated and
spotted with the poisons and writhing
in agony, and the serpent which de
stroyed it was being stuffed and coddled
with luxuries to appease its wrath. He
says, Why not graD a clUD ana kiu it,
then he thought, "We dont do that at
we've let them stab their pois-
onous fangs into the very life blood of
our loved ones, withering and blighting
and debauching them into imbeciles and
criminals and fastened it there by law,
and allowed them to prey upon the ig
norance and credulity of our nation,
sapping its vitality and leaving them a
race of consumptives and cancer victims,
and all manner of destructive diseases
and know that they are directly violat
ing God's laws, and we must face his
wrath." For God is God, not mocked.
I hear the voice of Rachel weeping
for her children, and she would not be
comforted because they a.re naught.
We, the pretended Christians have
stood by, and have seen it ail. Have seen
its poison rob her arms of her sweet
Strike from their cheeks the roses
of her youths in the bloom of life, and
carve from them the imperfections a
bungling God has made? until they have
withered and died.
Sapped the vitality and struck down
in his prime the man oi her bosom.
It fa er that .out o fj
Eddv stones God has raised up those
to teach us his will.
"Be temperate," and '"be cleanly," be
Virtuous" and "the life of all flesh is
in the blood."
There has never been a step forward
in sanitary conditions that wasn't 'based
on one of these laws, and there never
For these are from the book of books;
anQ- jt deals with everv phase of life
I from the cradle to the na.re. You have
seen what destruction this violating of
the laws of temperance has brought
upon us, both from intemperate indul
gences and wrecking poisons.
Be cleanly. The book says. "If you
come in contact with any man who hath
anv issue from the flesh, go bathe thy
self." Xot to inoculate thvself with its vile
' excretions so as to have the disease
lightly, and to absorb into your system
the poison3 from fcheir tenis, and
cause cacers and consumption to be
snreai ahrond imon t.T nVM knrt ,
. the efL for Sweden hah proved it to
! i. u -im. ii i .. . i i . .-,-,
tne unu. it is me oacn tuo tnat win
save you from infectious diseases, and
there is no better remedv after vou I
have take,n them than the bath tub, and j
Osteopathy to foVcp the circulation and
I throw it out of the svstem. Tt5 th.
decavimr filth from their bodies that go
to the same organs in you to be excre- 1
is so saturated with .filth it can no
longer carry it out. it shuts it off in
one part of the body, and the microbes
come in and eat it up and destroy it.
It leaves a cavity for a sewerage cess
pool thereafter, btit that was better
than instant death.
If you had been temperate you would
not have been exhausted, and jou would
have thrown off the disease. If you
had been cleanlj- you would not have
been inoculated with any disease.
Be Virtuous. And, in the keeping oi
His laws, God will spare vou from
most of the ills of this life, except those
j due to thc lect of oth'ers aml ..
dents, sufficient to keep you from the
becoming a Pharisee, and pointing your
finger at those whom God is chastening,
either for their own good, or for the
good of others, and exclaiming, "I and
my house are &ering the Lord."'
For the egotism of the Pharisee is
worse in the sight of God than the
sins of us poor Publicans.
"In the blood is the life of all flesh;"
then in the healing of all diseases it is
absolutely necessary that the blood be
made to circulate in every part of the
body, for all that anv disease is IS the
decaving of stagnant -blood or some so -
cretion from the blood. or some part of
the body made by the blood, and un-
a cue u.uuu i niuLLeu 10 re-circu-
late in the part arfected it cannot
1 carry out the impurities, nor chemically
reunite to build up cell life. So, all
that is necessary to heal any disease
is to readjust the part which hinders
the -sirculation, and you will be made
whole again. It may be a dislocated
shoulder, or hip, or vertebrae, drawn
out of place 'by the excessive excite
ment of the nerve, by injury, intem
perate drugs, or poisons from some other
body, or intemperate indigencies; any
of which, overworking the nerves will
cause it to congest at the spine, and
deaden itself, so that it will no lonjrs-
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carry on the circulation in the parts to
which it goes.
When this nerve or 'blood vessel is
freed agaiX then they will carry out
the impurities, and 'build up the cell
life in the parts and you axe well again.
o, the cure of all diseases is the re
establishment of unhindered circulation
of the blood, and is all within yourself,
and is done by following God's natural
laws. This can be helped (by warm ap
plications. David knew this, and as his
(hot water bottle possibly leaked ho
drew his warmth from the 'body of
youths. Hot and cold baths help your
circulation. If the system is engorged
and overworked, rest it the same as
you would your arm when it is tired
Ion can help do this by fasting and
dieting. Then restore it to normal gain
by Osteopathy aaid you are well.
So, the principles of prevention of all
diseases and restoring of them is all
contained m the book of books, and you
"Rail never get away from those princi
ples and succeed. It is as established as
the everlasting hills.
What you so-called Christian Science
tolks need to do, is to come down off
that high spiritual pinnacle on which you
think you dwell, and weep with us that
-weep and cut out that claim to a Di
vine healing pull.
For, as a Healer you are like a lame
in all," it is So humiliating to see him
so tar behind m the race.
Stick to the study of his word, for, as
a preventive you are a iowling success,
and if you approach him in the humilrh?
or-us poor Publicans He will give voa
wisdom to heal 1-y the re-establishing
or His blood circulation, bv the follow
ing or natural laws, and when the Rec
ording Angel shall dip his golden pen in
Calvary's blood, and write across the
Book ot Life the names of earth's pure
There, in -blazing letters shall be writ
ten the names of every Baptist, Presbv
terian, Itfethodist, Episcopalian, Chris
tian. Catholic or Jew. that in sweet char
ity lias ministered to the weakpr f.Pm-
poral houses of clay, "And cleared the
godlike brow or weakness and mistrust
and bowed it down worthy and beauti
ful to the much Loved One."
For this was indeed to feel the soul'3
thirst slacken at the living stream.
Are you going in with them, Jacob,
with your old crippled hip, and Job, with
your boils, and Paul with that old hob
nailed liver of yours. Isn't there kinks
in your soul? Yes, Fm going in with
them, for these are they that have com
up through many tribulations, covered
with the( scars from many a conflict
for principles; covered with the besmear
ing dust from highways; thrown from
the chariots of malice and' bigotry and
Ye3, you've come up through man;
tribulations. The foxes of the world
have their holes, and the eagles have
their nests, Unit you may not have had
left the where to lay your head, and you
are footsore and weary in trodding the
weary way, but you" have had your
robes washed in the blood of the lamb;
you have fought a good fight; you have
been a co-worker with God. Yes, you
t were something of a scrapper, wasn't
you, mm? lou sure did raise a rear
down there at Ephesis, fighting against
the malice and 'bigotry and prejudice
by which they were deceiving the peo
ple. Your new principles were right,
and they were founded on the book of
But they put you in oonds, and drag
ged you into every court clear up to
Caesar. ShaJce, old man, you are game.
I've been there.
I expect there were times when you
grew weary in the way, but you'd
catch the strain of sweet music that
seemed to strangeh Harmonize with your
feelings, is though they were wafted
o'er the parapet of Heaven from the
golden harps, and you would catch the
words of that sweet old song,
'A11 the way my Saviour leads me."
But, -ou kept the faith, and henceforth
there is laid up for you a crown, aul
not for you only, but for all those who
diligently erve him. Yes, at this last
great family reunion I expect -the Eddys
will 'be there, too, for they are kind of
distant relatives of ours.
Standing a little off to one side with
their noses tilted just a little and their
skirts drawn to one side, as they watch
that motley crowd pouring in through
i t. X . -v- t i 4.1
all once. there will come a sort of
startled look on their faces, and a hum
f surprise among them and someone
will sav. "I'll declare, if there don't go
j the Jacobs and the Jobs in ; I wouldn't
think that God would invite such people
as those to his reception.. And. upon
mv word! if there don't go old Lazaru;
I he certainlv is the limit."
Then. after awhile someone amor?
them will say. "Well, I expect that w"
had better go in with them. too. Thev
nv that's n better summer climate than
this, and that it 'is going to be a little
bit warm on the outside here, after
awhiK" "For there'll le a Hot Time in
this Old Town tonicht."
DR. IRA W. COLLINS