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THE MORNING JOURNAL COURIER, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 33, 1H0R.
13 DENTIST 928 CHAPEL COR. TEMPLE ST. f Formerly Corner College nnd Crown Streets. r Removal . M"l'l"t""H"M"i-!"M"i"f 184.108.40.206.4.4. MAYOR TOM L. JOHNSON, HIS WIFE AND MANSION THEY MUST QUIT Mayor Johnson of Cleveland attributes the loss of his fortune to his fight for three cent fares In Cleveland. A few years ago Mr Johnson was reported to be wovth $4,000,000. He declares that he has never made a penny out of the street railways since he been mo mayor and that his ene mies are responsible for the wrecking: of his fortune. Although the splendid Kuclld avenue home occupied by the Johnsons belongs to" Mrs. Johnson, they will vacate It. "We began life In a eottaire," said the mayor recently! and win Fiart again in a cottage. But have a thousand lights left In me yet. 7 1 Decorative Plastering Many of the finest residences, public buildings, banks and places of amusement are using interior decorative plastering in artistic relief work. 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(Hartford Post.) The reeent automobile killings In New Haven make this, as the Brldgo port Post remarks, "n orillcal period for Hiitnninhlllsis." Yes, Ihcre Is gen erally a period1 of nervousness niimng till New Haven spend maniacs lust sft ter n series of killings, which lasts until (lie New Haven coroner's 'nobody to bltitue" verdict Is Announced. mayor again. 1 I EPBONE T : $!w ANSWERS MRS. MIMS ;Jospp)i Hall Presents Long Ar frnment Against Principle,1! of Christian Scion. ATTACKS MRS. EDDY'S LOGIC llnrlnros e Trade Hollar nnd Koine fn- nnsene It I ii I'Mlosopliv t'ontniry In All VltysloK. New Haven. Ct. Nov. 17. 190V Fdltor Journal-' 'our ler: Sir: Now that the political storm l) ovr we may And time to discuss that pretended solution of the Riddle of the t.'nlverse Christian Science! If It. were cither Christ ion or scien tific we could respect It. 1 need no further evidence than the speech of one of Its ablest, orators ns reported In your Issue of October 20. Com mon sense verifies these charges but. no verification of anythtiiR Is posslldu to those who confessedly deny the reality of the very senses by which we test reality, both ours and their own and then rule out of court the only possible witnesses that can give any evidence In the case, pro or con. Finn feathers make line birds and fline words make lino speeches wheth er they have any Intrinsic value or not and can only characterize: Mrs. Mini's rhetorical oration as an artistic portrayal of a fair-false face! Mrs. Minis Is an expert verbal decorator and, from beginning to end, her ora tion is the decoration of a Rrave with (lowers of speech "fadeless roses, deathless stars" a gilded sepulchre, fair and beautiful full of dead men's bones! Von must pardon me; did Kddylsm not misrepresent the Clod It pretends to worship, the Christ It claims to low-, the l'.ible it swears to believe, and, did It not repudiate every test iiml every criterion of truth and ; i luliteousncss, we could take it ser j lously and treat It with respect ns one of the many noble but mistaken ef ! furls of lionet hearts but deluded I rains to lind the way of life, ruined oi smooth, where Knlth, Hope and I Charity crently lead the weary soul from the sorrows of earth to the .1ys of heaven. Hut duty forbids the charity that love would willingly ex- t. nd to returning prodigals and brok- en hearted Magdalen.-; for. this modern Diana steps forward, not ns i a public an or sinner with a petition to the throne of Infinite mercy but do. nylng the personality of the o,od who pave her personality; ileiiying uie r n lit y of the sorrows and cares, the blood and tears and all the exeruclat lim agonies of the crucifixion of the Christ whom she pretends to love! So did Judas! That is a charitable ct mparlson, for Judas betrayed Christ while alive find nble to defend him self, but. 'this woman, who seems from the facts in evidence, to Inn e n pe culiar penchant for pillli'lng the braln-i of the dead, betrays Jesus two Ihournnd irars ait, r His burial, and she sweeps from the sacred altar of that Christ, the r.id memorials of the hoc lie sealed with hi' heart's blood upon that altar! Xow for Mrs. Minis. Tills lady, without arm;!. ees or senses - If her mi ',i phi slcs Kai i buid h'TO tberr More wool demonstrate senses that nny senses! that know be true conies from the f lUvine Motn physics. Is no bind or physics! i fill si III. she copies to to our !cne Py her own neither she or v e Inn e Now ihc only evidence of that fact Is. 'that If we bad imy sen nill'.loiis of 0 i' we would not spend liars for such palpable. si i nine noni' use. i,et one ak. tiy these spep. mmitng appeals trm i an Invisible spirit from an Invisible World to i pes of genuine flesh and blood for genuine dollars and cents? This spell-bin 'lnp. orator and ib-le-gated spociil pleader comes to ns poor simpletons In a more iiiostona hie shape I ha n Hamlet's visitor from the land of lormeiillng flames! Hut that famous ghost could stand any test, from the crowing of a rooster to the shot of n gun, bn! 1 think the shot of a gun would soon settle iwo cardin al postulates in Ihe metaphysical ghost of Kddylsm -III, "There Is no matter;" f'Jl, "There Is no death." This Kdd -ghost Is a blood relative of the ghost caught in Ihe hencoop with a chicken In his mouth and another under each arm. The Kddy chicken came from Ihe hencoop of poor old In. 'Juluihy and as sooh as he as dead bis grateful pnlient and faithful people baptized lhat chicken in her own name and thai wonderful chicken has been raekllnR I'hrlsllan Science anl laying golden cores ever since! Whether KddylRni he a negation of physical sense or not. It Is certainly a negation of moral sense when seen In the shadow of Qnlmby's grave! 'I shall keep (he data of I hut too, In my reper'e forces. You see o are logically driven to the conclusion that Kddylsm Is sense less in anv sense, physical metaphysl ca! or ethical, and Christian Science In no sense except as a libel on common sense. To purloin the Renins of her lies! friends and benefactor and then i disparage him In Ills cold grave as a mesmerist and a o,nack In order lo confiscate fhe reward due o his nnre muneraterl service and the glory du to his memory Is not christian Se . enee, liri you wonder that thus she rules all other sects. n other creeds, art. science, our very senses and the whole fabric of nature out of court as witnesses? 1 may he accused of a lack of Chris tian charity In my criticism hut a charity that sacrifices justice to In justice is not charity but the very essence of crime. It Is perfectly nat lira! that within this narrow span of life with Its limited distorted ethical vision and barely hijyond an embryon ic stage of moral evolution we should oftlmcs falter between love and duty. ft von the mighty Caesai staggered on the bank of that liublcon that chftl : b riges the conscience of the bravest i and the best of men. Hut. Christ was braver than a thousand Caesars when he branded the leaders of the church j as hypocrites and vipers; branded i llerod as a foe and set. Caesar and his I mighty legions at defiance to do t ho will of God. lie who said "Rlessed are the merciful thought it. no nreacn of faith to brand the unmerciful, He ho said "love your enemies" saw no violation of his standard of ctlilcg when h" InmltiNj heaven's eneennce upon th, enemies of nil men; neither! with his perfect moral Intuition could i he see any lack of charity In wrench - I ina charity from the clutches of Its' assassins! Christ had loo much ! cliarll.v for the poor deluded, exploit I "d vb'tlniH of priestcraft and states era ft to lay a hand of benediction upon the head of priest or statesman pope or klmj who would dare to lay a hand of Injustice upan any man. Chrlstlanllj Is not mad" of the rot ten stuff that humanity is made of and when this superstition called Ed deism forges the name of Christian Science and under the cels of o ciuclllv would drag Cbristlanlly down to the sordid level of priestcraft and superstition and saorlllee thousands of Innocent lives that a grain of common sense could save my final word for such a crusade against humanity Is no! charity but Anasthema! If you tl I vest this sheep of its wool - behold a wolf! If you divest it of tin. mantul of Christ behold a Simon Magus! and if you divest It of cap and gown, Instead of finding an Intelligible science you find a baseless Ideal fabric that contradicts Itself and every science psychical, physical or meta physical known to the human mind bul one, and that one, for obvious reasons,, Is the very science that Mrs. Eddy most emphatically denies. Hut, like Lady Macbeth, she protests too much and her anxiety to conceal the plot, betrays It. What Is that plot? Hypnotism? No; It Is deeper than hMmotlsni; it is a science, not an urt. What Is It? I will keep that In re serve too; I'll want nil my reserves soon and I Intend to keep them well drilled, ready for the- fire, line; and If Mrs. Minis thinks I am going to scatter my forces, chasing her all over the vast regions she covers In her lecture she Is a little off In her cal culation. Mrs. Minis says: "This God of Chris tianity, of the orthodox church, of evangelical religion Is also the God of Christian Science." It may be the God of Christian Science but It Is not the God of Kddv Ism and Eddylsm Is not Christian Sci ence. There Is not a particle of Christianity or science In Eddylsm beyond what I have stated and I dial lege Minis, Karlow or their prophetess on that Issue. The God of Christianity is a per sonal, God with personal attributes who spoke and acted In a personal manner with personal creatures and gave to man a pevconal Christ not a metaphysical fetich! The God of Eddylsm like the Christ of Kddjlsm Is the veritable Mrs. Eddy herself! and what she delines as God is noth ing more than an Infinite abstraction from an Infinite absurdity Ideal man Ism, Though she has retracted some personal negations of God's personal ity in the early editions of her book those retractions have no value with out a denial of her mctaphles, for, mere can ho no such thing as a per sonal God or a persona) being of any kind on the basis of that metaphysics. Eddy's fundamental principles as stated by herself on page 7 In Iter book are these; "I. God I-.- nil In all '".'. God Is good. God Is mind. God. Spirit, being all, nothing Is matter. "4. l.lfe. God, omnipotent, good, ibny death, sin, evil, disease." Hot us notice each of Ho se propos itions briefly; "God Is all In all." Ther If- alna.is Intellectual craft In verbal nonsense, and mental mud Is never convertible Into clear. Intelli gible terms of expression. These four cornerstones of the Eddy sl'ible. sol emnly consecrated by Its hluh priest ess as being more divine (Inn the tab lets of Moses from the burning hush of Mount Slnal. are simply four colossal jokes thai would knock spots out or Mark Twain and seal the death warrant of Punch and Judy. Have a little fooling. patience, pb ase; I am not ! for iiohndv with a grain of ' sense would attempt to eompeti with H,,, tlv Immortal Ivldy along that I sii y claims Immortal Kddy, because she to be both Immortal and line and Inspired! Don't oil know thai thai Is a mighty Stroke of !fr Kddy's genius? Vliv? Well thai be- Well, Ihn! be- longs o my reserves. " "(iod Is all In all." No we can understa nd utiles we are Kdilv maniacs that (tod may be all; we can understand that (toil may 1 e in all: and we can imilersinn,! n,m all may i In iio,; hut we cannot un derstand how a horse can be another horse If Unit horse Is an Infinite horse. Mow can n hor.e he In a stable or any thing else If thire is nothing else? We can understand one all; but w shall have a hard Job to understand two alls, or two Infinite horses; They would me have room to kick each other! ,fokes aside. Mr. Kddy knew that In. c onslstoney In violating what logicians call the law of excluded middle, but she had In do !ha! or sacrifice the whole fabric of Christian Science. T'reelsely to cover up lhat absurdity she Invent another, What was thai? To destroy and cover all the endless absurdities of two Infinite horses or mules -forge! which he Invenls an Infinite snake! Well, no; she didn't invent It; if was the same notorious old snake that play ed the anilc Irlck with Adam ' and ftvo during Ihelr honeymoon In Hie garden bowers of Kdcn. Had! Thai was the beginning of Shakespeare's trage dies, The blller apple Juice took ef fect In Hie brain of their first baby so when Hie second baby came the first liaby got mad with Jealousy, the green eyed monster, so he borrowed Rouse belt's Big Slick and knocked his broth er's brains (dean out of his head! in spite of that he got a free passport to travel nil over the world In the same line of business but after many centu ries of evolution he Is no longer a lit tle, ignorant savage hut a fully devel oped genius, can turn every element of nature Into a weapon of war and ev ery blessing of heaven Into a, curse. He Is to be found In every city of every land, hut, always Incognito with forged decretals and stolen credentials, mas querading as a. holy prophet, or a di vine delegate, and, the moment you snatch away the beautiful veil and dis cover a diabolical mokanna, Mrs, Kddy ateps forth as special pleader for that monster and every other monster In existence with her great metaphysical Invention-mortal mind! She well nam ed it "mortal" mind for it Is the death of the Infinite mind of her absurd metaphysics. If the mind of Eddy's metaphysics be Infinite how can there be any other mind either Infinite or finite? If Kddy's metaphysical mind be Infinitely good how can there he an other mind outside of that Infinite mind or a had mind outside of that good mind? Finally; Tf her Infinite mind is Immortal how can there be a mortal i tllltld as well ',' M I'M. I'M '1 ' does say we have no senses wlide she pock- j e,. the proceeds of Midi noim-us". Mrs Kddy Invented nnuial mind l'ii escape nil tile ulisiirilitles of lie!' creed ; and In doing co she slabbed Unit creed In the very heart liy a greater absurd ity than all the rest combined, The moral Iniquity of her bietupbjrj Ics is, that to protect a palpable false hood and deliberate self contradiction she refutes God Almighty, Mose.s and the prophets, flirts! and the Evangel ists, every page In the lllble, every page In human hlsiory The ciitninal records of every conn of lur-tice, every fact In nature, even tin very cxiftoncA of nature, and then after appealing h.v her own senses o ymir m nsois to prove you have no K"u;c,m she looks you utralght between y,nir own two eyes find swe.ara lu her slncldng feel thai she. has neither feci nor stockings! They ay a, whale swallowed Jonah but It would lak H mighty big whale thai could swallow , Mrs, Eddy w ithout clink ing lo death and dropping to the bot tom of the deep hltie sen. Christian Scientist: Listen to a friend, when Mrs, Eddy gels you to that point that you can deny your senses In spile of your senses sho has got you where she can rule you In spite of your teeth and your eyes wide open; she has got you Jus! where the credulous i onfidlug soul surrenders its will to the will of anoth er; exactly on the hank of the Rubi con between sensation and perception where reason your very .soul stands or falls.- It Is the policy of every fakir, quack, fortune teller and fraud to irlolt the soul out. of Its senses, and the In hibition of the senses Is the essenco of hypnosis. I'rolect your senses and they will protect you. If you see a ghost make up your mind It Is not a ghost or you could not see It, and, If you suspect your optica, test your ce lestial -or purgatorial - visitor with a genuine pitchfork or a good rat dog. When she say.s your senses deceive you, take her at her word; tell her you are deaf, dumb and blind; that you lost your senses the very moment that you believed that statement and took her to be an honest, Christian woman. It Is not true In any sen.se that your senses decelvfl you; the truth Is that your senses are deceived by such non seh.se and Mrs. Eddy had wit enough to sec that she could not deceive you with her humbugism while your senses, like faithful sentinels, stood In her way. so, with the military geniu.s of a Syrtis she Inilles them to a. banquet while she inarches all her forces upon the very citadel of your unguarded soul! Such evn worse-Is the Godless Chrlstless superstition that Mrs. Minis with (he eloquence and polemical lac tics of an expert criminal lawyer conies to defend and adorn with "fnde'ess roy- j es and deathless sfar.." I appeal In j the name of those pathetic mementos ; of martyred love that Eddylsm hi the! very name of Hie Chrb-f It blasphemes! tramples lu the gutter; from tlio.-e ! fadeless roses to Hie finldl'louves tha In charity conceal from love's weeping; eves and broken heart, little eyes that see, little hands fhat feel and pulseless I hearts that beat no more! I appeal) from those deathless stars to those cold lifeless forms that no longer mv those I deathles star or the living faces of deluded fathers and mothers, sisters j and brothers, who could have cm red ' them from untimelj marl yrdnni as theyi listened to the sinuous lolc and the; voice In credulous earn of (ch and blood. There l no sin! There Is no dlseiiff'! There is no death!!! What a pity pool ,oh was horn before due time; what miseries he would have es-I raped! No death! Christian Scientist j can you look upon the sightless eyes, speechless Hps and pulseless heart of j your dead child, slaughtered by super-! stltlon I efore your very eyes and be- i live thai awful lie. If y.ui do you have! no faith In Christ or His crucifixion; I you have no faith in Moses or Hie il'rophcls; you have no faith In Chris- I tlanlty or Science and never will havni i until you recover faith in your .sens-1 V mi may believe hi Kddylsm but If "'ore is one woman In the world that I ""' '"'ileye in lvli ism that worn-; i an Is Mrs. Kddy. Listen! You are In j I condition of man shot dead; you i dl-lnr" deprived of the means of finding; I ""' whether you are shot or not ; yon ; creates! Iiypuot- ) N'lve heen .shot Py Hie '", ,ll"t ''v'''' instilled a lifeless passion I h'io a human heart and your only pos- Ullile escape from Ihe dutches of that ' lesion Is to contradict it It was I Satan'" "rst attack upon the human i "hnU M"1 Hiirely die! There ' I no death! That may he true beyond the yell but not before the great Resurrection Morn when the vilified nnd crucified Christ, seated upon Hie throne of eternal Jus tice ami final Jiiilpment jhall turn the fadeless roses of hypoorloy Inlo piti less thorns and Ihe deathless '.tar of a I'hrltloss supers! It Ion Inlo uieleor of avenging fire! This apostheosls of Infinite egoism Ilia! give a He lo the crown of lliorns and crowns herself with a ha'o of d. vlnlty In sacrilegious works of art, in hooks, photographs, silver spoons nnd stain-glass windows, claim to be an inspired oracle with a divine revela tion to Interpret Ihe Hlhle by contra dicting tile law of Mo.se and the lios pcl of Christ! Had I space 11 would only be the mere task of a child to prove lhat she refutes mandate In Ihn Decalogue, the creation and the re demption of Hie world, for, on the has Is of her nietaphyslc there conM ,e no creation of any world to he either led or redeemed. No matter: no sin, no evil, no disease, no death! Could Hoh Ingersoll give a more categorical nega tion of the Incarnation, crucifixion and tlie Resurrection of Christ? Hut even Infidelity and atheism shame the au dacity of this shameless woman for while Ingersoll paid to Christ Hie tribute of his tears, the most gifted sceptics that ever lived -Voltaire. Ron seau, Paine, FrnthingliHin, Mill, Strauss and Renan have crowned the Great Christ as Ihe greatest, moral hero that ever lived and placed Him far above every hall of fame upon the loftiest mountain peaks of moral grandeur as supreme among the "deathlem stars" of the moral inlverse, With the record and th" place of the prodlgat I stand for the simple faith of that prodigal In the great warm heart of a Father's love as revealed hy his sacrifice upon the altar of that love, but I despise the hvpocricy of an ab surd metaphysics that, turns that love Into the treachery of a ,f inlaw and that altar Into the throne of priestcraft and supers! Itlon. Satan whispers once more -"There .t no Death" hut. as those deathless stirs that never doe their eyes lock down that never close their eyes look down ed Rachel weep I have a reply from Ihn Hurnlng Hush - Thou shall, do- no murder ' Ji i;-kril HA 1,1,. Kxrlmnse Street Si'K';' 3 i 0 ' 7 I it. if, A I tort ALCOHOL, 3 PF.lt t'VKT ANfyctaWePffpartlmfnrA similailiiJitoFoofJaiiilRcduta nngilieSiiMiiaclisandDwcisof JSSi, Promotes DilcslioikCIiecrfiil ncssaiidResiXoiiialnsacite rdft Upuim.Moiphuie norMiiicm tow &OT NARCOTIC. JtlrfeofOfillkSIMlHlJnffll liuiAta SitJ" JlxJimia hiiifiiinf- . UlCmwmiksia CltiiilkJ Sugar hyaftmfknr. Anerfrcl Remedy for Crnisllpa- lion , sour stnraacn.uiairirjtd .. r. ' L rl Wonns,('oiivTilsions,revcrisli ncssandLossoFSEEEP. Facsimile Signature of iVcdl it. Wffit GunvardeeduniL-rllieiiooJi Exact Copy of Wrapper j3SSSB!GSSS2SSSSSBBSQ On Momlny Afternoon In the Matloy Model Kitchen. The large and constant audiences of ladies who have ,oo closely followed Mls Kdlth M. Rarnes' interesting free cookinjf teclnreM held Monday?, Wpd neailays and Halurdays In the Alalley Xloilel Kitchen will learn "with regret that the lust of the series i.s to he giv en there on Monday afternoon, hejtin nlni? at I'i.IO. On fills occasion Miss finrnea will wind up with a Rpcelal talk and demonstration on the preparing of "Luncheon pishes. " Her hill of fare will Include novel and tempting ways of cooking boiled fish, vegetables, bls eulls and desucrl. As at all these Mal ley lectures, nothing can he bought and there U nothing to pay. The Kdw. Malley Co. wish"' to announce here thai In response to a number of very special requests, It lias conceded to Miss Harncs for Tuesday afternoon only, the privilege of the loci lire plat form ill I lie Model Kitchen where sho will conduct on her ou n account One paid lesson which will be open to a limbed number desiring n avail themselves-of this special opportunity and who notify .Ml.es Rarnes beforehand accordingly. mhs. rf;F, to srivVK. (n Indians In hnrcli of the Redeem er Tn-rlnv. The annual meeting of the New Ha ven branch of the Connecticut Indian association will be held In the lecture room of the Church of the Redeemer, orange .street on Monday, November J;!, a! !l oVIook, ' Mrs. t'aKe who has Just come from work among the Indians will speak, of I heir needs. Hoiife I iwner rout iiii month You failed to pay your . What are you going to do ill ' it. Tinanl oh. I suppose I'll do as you said when you routed K. House Owner -What did I say? 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The successful win ners were; Ladles' first prize in whist, Mrs. Roup; second prize, Miss Irene ctidwoll; go-it's flr.st. prize, Miss Helen Kfabulce; second prize, II. W. Romp; ladies' first prize In pinochle, Mrs. E. West hind; second prize, Mrs. A. Mil ler, gem's first prize in pinochle, Mr. Francr's.vo; gent's second prize, Charles niggoit. Mrs. .lames Fraser and daughter of Fountain slreetare the. guests of Mrs. Fraser's parents In Black Hall for a few day,s, The Knights of Pythias wlli hold their weekly meeting In Masonic, hall tills evening. The Thirteenth Ward Democratic club will hold a meeting In their lodge room mi Whalley avenue, over Weth erwax's drug store this evening at t o'clock. All members are requested HI he present. jTU;K ATrKA'DAVCK. There was a large attendance yes terday afternoon at Peabody Museum and the Yale School of FlnetArts which were opened lo the public. 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