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f 8 THE OMAHA DAILY PEE: MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1003. rn i mm IMS. i t : 1 i. ! i! ' i . DEAN BEECOER INSTALLED Statelj Ceremeny Witnessed lj Lug Coa im Trimity Cathedral RIGHT REV. DR. WORTWNGTON OFFICIATES A III let 4 nnA DIrAntr4 Mortals CninnitI to the Anenndlns Sympathy of Jn hr Re-r. Berdlclb ..v. Oer;e Allen Beecher was Installed with Impranlvt ceremony as dean of Trin ity cathedral yesterday morning. The rvfci, Including the Vfrmon by Plihop Worthlngton. lasted nearly two hours, The congregation waa exceptionally large and special music wu sung. ' Rev. Mr. Beecher will be the first dean of the cathedral since1 the death of Dean Fair, about three years ago;' The stately Installation In olvejlthe presentation to the new dean of the keys of the church and the taking of the required oath. Bishop Worthlng- ton conferred the honors. The bishop framed his sermon on the scriptural words: "I have sent thee watchman." The discourse was addressed In part to the parish and In part to the dean. "The church must be governed by officers who derive their authority direct from Jesus Christ and not from man," said Bishop Worthlngton. "As an ambassador the clergyman holds In his hand the terms of acceptance; as a steward of God he may give or withhold the blessed sacra. nents; aa a pastor he Is the servant of Jod and the shepherd of the people. His 'responsibilities are fearful and his dlffl cullies manifest. He must be at once firm, rentle. strong, loving and wise. Kvery human bring comes under his care. He must teach the way to Christ by being himself In Christ "Oftentimes the clergyman has to 1m part the promises and glorious hopes of the Redeemer against little and frequently unreasonable prejudices. Doubtless many of the difficulties that the priest of God must meet today are lntenclfled by the spirit of the age the materialistic phil osophy, Intense worldllness, the agnostic spirit and the flood of unbelief. But there Is another side to look upon. Surely there In much comfort to a priest In the fact of his self-consecratlon and the conviction that he has been called by God. "I feel Justified In saying to you that here has been sent a watchman who will never slumber at his post or omit a duty, Ood grant that the people who are identi fied with the parish will do their part with generous giving and devotion. These alone will make the work one of Joy and praise. "A word of advice I would give to the new dean Is to love his people. Let this be the Inspiration of earnest service. desire: for god i.t the heart It Moat Be Present If True Worship la to Be Offered I'p. "One thing that often, makes our worship so cold is that there Is no desire In the heart,'1 said Rev. P. H. McDowell in his morning sermon at the Immanuel Baptist church. He took his text from Matthew, xx:20: "Then came to Him the mother of Zebedee's children with her sons worship ing Him and desiring a certain thing of Him." "In the heart of Salome, the mother of the children," the speaker ex plained, "the desire was one of selfish ness, for she wanted a place for them when the Savior established His kingdom, whlchjhe thought was going to be a tem poral one. "Worship Is a wonderful word. It sug gests reverence. God ia spirit. To worship Him we must worship Him in spirit. Spirit Is the highest element of the human being. In spirit man comes In touch with Ood. Worship Is not on the outside. It la not a matter of form. Worship must be sincere. We must bow the heart as well as the head. One thing that often makes our worship so cold Is that there la no longing or desire In the heart. Wor ship and desire are harmonious. When we truly worship there is a desire to be free from sin, to have God, to have the spirit of Ood In the heart. All blessings flow from God end it Is right that we should worship Him, but not in a selfish sense, as Salome did. She wanted great ness. It Is wrong to put greatness above goodneis." DR. MANX TALKS OX THE CA03 Voice of the People, Bonks of the 91d Prophets God's Voice. Rev. Newton M. Mann concluded his series of lectures on the Bible In Unity church pulpit yesterday morning, being the tenth of the series. The lecture bore par ticularly upon the canonical arrangement of the books, which he divided into three periods, the first canon compiling the books of the Law, or Deuteronomy; tho second canon, the prophetical and histori cal books; the third canon, the lesser prophets and Canticles, including the books of Job, Ruth, Lamentations, Esther, Dan iel, Chronicles, Kxra, Nehemlah, Psalms, with the Chronicles more particularly as an appendix. "The word 'canon,' " said he, "means a rule, and as applied to the Scriptures means an authorized list. The Protestant Bible divides the Old Testament Into thirty-nine books, while the Jewish Bible comprises but twenty-four. I'p to the time of Jero m'ah none of the books were regarded as acred. Deuteronomy waa the first of the books to be recognised aa sacred. The first canon was created about the year 433 B. C. ; the second canon In the second century before Christ and the third canon during the first century before Christ. The presumption that the canonical authoriza tion of the Bible was the result of the work 'of a committee of the great syna gogue Is not substantiated by history, but that tt seems more likely it was the result Look Out for This If Aoy-one Tells You He Can Give You Remedy the Same or Just as Qoed a Dr. Chase's Blood and Nerve Food, Don't You Believe It. 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In the books or the oia propneis - h. vnlrs of Ood. In the canons the un mistakable voice of the people." On Sunday, February 12, nr. Mann win begin a series of lectures on the New Tes .mc, the first of which will be "The Sources from Which the Gospels Are Drawn." CHRIST'S ABOl'JiDISO SYMPATHY Iter. Bnrdlrk Commends to Jesus the Afflicted and Discouraged. Th world-wide svmDathy of the Savior was the theme of Rev. Newman Hall Bur- ir natrr of the Second Presbyterian church yesterday morning. Rev. Mr. Bur- r-w told of how the Christ resisiea hji temptations, suffered death on Calvary and nterceded at the right nana ot uoo. lor a ilnful world. "If you are harassed by trials, tossed ibout on the waves of uncertainty and hinU vnu are without a friend, I would commend you to Jesus, who knows your ery trouble and Is an ever present neip tlma of need. He cares, and cares greatly, whether you prosper or are af flicted. Listen to His voice as tne auw.ipiea did and you will hear a voice of wisdom. Hoed his commands, for there Is a purpose those commands. Tnajimiich as He died for our sins we should present our bodies a living sacrifice to Ood. This Is but a reasonable service. We are not our own, but one with Christ. "He has sympathy for the outcast and de graded and will save to the uttermost all who come unto Him. When the scarlet woman of old knelt at his feet he said, 'Co and sin no more: your sins are for given.' Of the thirty-six recorded miracles twenty-three were cases of affliction, which shows the solicitude the Bavlor had for even our physical sufferings. He has much sympathy for the saving of men's souls. His anxiety over the safety of the one hist sinner was more than for the ninety and nine within the fold. "He suffered much because of his sym pathy for our lost estate. "flTt should, therefore, become Imbued with that nym pathy and go out Into the byways and high ways and gather the wanderers In. We should also contemplate Him as the Son of God, the Lord of Lords, the head of the Christian church, the one altogether lovely and the Savior of men." INDIAN HAD NATURAL ALIBI How a Slmple-Mlnded Red Mas Con vinced Bishop Whipple His Valise Was Safe. "All good stories do not emanate from the mental sample case of the commercial drummer after aJl," remarked a visltln minister at the Her Grand. "I recall a little story told during the recent meeting of the Episcopal bishops in this city. It came, I think, from the bishop of Duluth, In whose diocese Is located one of the In dian reservations In the lake district of upper Minnesota. The story goes that the good Bishop Whipple, while traveling through the reservation on a missionary tour, stopped at an Indian camp over night and vraa treated very hospitably by the chief with whom ha was lodging. The biahop had a profound regard for the aver age Indian's honesty, but as he had some valuables In hts valise, he asked if It would be safe to leave It unguarded at the lodge while he made a trip to another part of the reservation. " 'Oh, yes.' replied his host. 'There Isn't a while man within a hundred miles of here.' " Rev. J. M. Davidson, city missionary of Chicago, told one of a visit to one of the groat cathedrals of Europe a few years ago. He waa aniased and enraptured wltb the Immensity of the structure and inci dentally asked hts guide: "How many siuls will this cathedral sat?" The reply was: "I couldn't say as to thru. They don't come In In that way. Tliey generally come In In the bodies of the congregation, and I guess a cuuple of thousand or more bodies could ttnd seat lug room hers,'' It Has Again Been Demonstrated That Buildings as well as Merchandise in Omaha can be Totally Destroyed by Fire If your Building, Stoflfr. Fixtures, Machinery, Dwelling, Furni ture, Barn and contend are not now insured to 80 or 90 uer cent of their value you Better Get in Communication With us at Once We are careful and accurate in preparing forma and writing poli cies. We represent the BIO COMPANIES. WrE ISSUE SURETY BONDS MEIKLE & D0DS0N GENERAL INSURANCE BROKERS 205 RAMGE BUILDING 15th and Harney Streets. WrE WRITE ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE) WHO IS ON LORD'S SIDE? Xar. Sr. Conley Asks This Question at North Side Union Meeting. THERE IS NO PLACE FOR NEUTRALS Preacher Says There Is a Special Call In Omaha nt This Time for Active, Brave-Hearted Christians. The North Side churches united in a meeting for men Sunday afternoon at Cal vary Baptist church and Rev. J. W. Conley of tho First Baptist church preached the permon. He chose to talk from the passage In Exodus wherein Moses broke the ten tablets of the law on seeing the golden calf and lis worshipers and cried out to them, "Who Is on the Lord's side, let him come unto me!" "That was a time of crisis," said Dr. Con ley, "for the chosen people. I come to you with the same plea, for we are In a time of peril now. Many are professing Christians who will not stand out clearly for Ood This plea of Moses which I now bring to you Is a three-fold plea. First, it calls for Belf-examlnatlon. Ws can't be on both sides; we cannot serve God and Mammon we must decide. In the civil war Kentucky and Tennessee wished to be neutral, but they could not. No place was there for neutrals and none la now. We have a spe cial call now, when the church In Omaha Is engaged In this great effort. The church calls every man to know where he Is. We cannot rest on the test of past experiences, on the moral test nor the profession of re llglon. How are we to find out on which side we are? I believe there is a two-fold test. 'No can comets unto the Father but by Me.' Do you trust In Jesus Christ as your Savior? Are we resting In Jesus Christ as our Savior? Am I trying to follow Him where He leads? Where He leads, I follow. If these two factors enter sincerely into your life you can say you are on the Lord's side. Mnst Stand Forth Bravely. "The second plea In this cry In Exodus Is separation. He said, 'Let them come unto Me.' God wants men who stand up In faith and will be known as Christians. To make a man of him a young man needs to get under the responsibility of the Christian life. If you want to do anything worth while don't be ashamed of your colors. Be Vnown as a brave-hearted Christian. This separation means the standing together of those who are for Christ. The greatest need of the evangelism of Christ today Is for men in the business world who are standing up for Christ. Thank Ood we have some; we need many more. I believe when I see what is being done we shall have a great army marching against the enemy. "The third part of this call Is a call for service. They had hard work to do In Israel's cause, and It Is the same today. God wants men to stand In the combat for Him to hurl back the hosts of sin. We are not saved only to sing psalms we should also enter battle. God calls recruits today that they may save men. We have a pe culiar nged now in Omaha. There are many who If reached must be reached soon. We have heard so much of the love of Jesus Christ we forget It was He who scourged the money ychanger from the temple. Ws want more of an active, forceful campaign. If we throw ourselves actively Into the fight for Christ we shall be victorious." REMEMBRANCE FOR KREIDERS Official of Pan-American Bank Seek I la Discharge from Bank ruptcy In Omaha. H. L. Krelder and Mrs. Krelder were the recipients of a handsome testimonial from the teachers and pupils of West minster Sunduy school on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Krelder are to leave for Okla homa City soon to make their home there. The memorial presented by ReV. Dr. Moore n btbalf ot the teachers and pupils is e large silver tray suitably Inscribed. The re cipients responded very feelingly to the presentation. Mr. . and Mrs. Krelder have been for a number of years superintendent of the Sunday school and the primary de partment, respectively, and have been In strumental in building It up to a leading place -among the-1 Sunday schools of the city. ' ' I"' GOOD WEATHER IS PROMISED Prediction for Monday Is Fair, but No Great Rise In Temperature Is Looked For. j. Gently and lazily fell the snow Saturday night, as if to soften the lurid glare of the flames from the Howard and Eleventh streets Are. Looking toward the Are the snow-laden air resembled an aurora, with constant changing shades of crlmcon and orange. Snow it did for the greater part of the night, but tt was of so light and fluffy a character that, While it attained a depth of one and seven-tenths Inches by morning, it measured but .08 of an Inch of water. The lowest temperature during the night was 5 degrees above zero, rising gradually until It had attained 6 above at 7 o'clock nnd grew materially warmer during the day. Snow was also 'reported at Valentine, where a zero temperature prevailed, much of the same character as here, while at North Platte 12 above zero prevailed and 6 above at Sioux City. The weather bureau vouchsafes the Information that fair weather may be reasonably expected today, with no material change In temperature. FOUR SAL00NSARE CLOSED Sergeants Dempsey nnd Cook Get Bnsy and One Man Finds Him self Facing- Two Charo-ee. Sergeants DempBey and Cook of the po lice, station closed four saloon Saturday night and arrested the proprietors on the charge of keeping open between midnight and i a. m. The following were taken to the station and bonked, to be later re leased on bonds: Emll Meyer and John Martlg, 1002 Howard; H. C. Hcltzhausen, 601 South Eleventh; Ciaus Oosch, 412. South Thirteenth; Julius Teltschke, S01 South Thirteenth. In accordance with orders from the Board of Fire s.nd Police Commissioners, these saloonkeepers were ordered to keep their places closed until their oases had been disposed of. Treltschke, however, disre garded those orders and reopened, to be ar rested again, the second charge being keep ing open on Sunday, The exquisite flavor of Ghirardelli's Ground Choco late has a good deal to do with its popularity, but its wholesomcness is what really counts. When there's such a pleasant way to get strong why trifle with stimulants ? . Always freth ia hermetically sealed cans, i 3 GEORGE DODSOX. OMAHA, NEB. FAITH IN GOD THE REMEDY Trust the Bans of Security and Peaee for Humanity. SPIRITUAL HEALTH COMES ONLY ONE WAY Christ the Sonrce and Only Supply of Comfort to Those Who Look Forward to the Life Beyond. The second week of the evangeltstlo serv ices In the Hanscom park district wns begun last night in the First Baptist church by Rev. Edwin Hart Jenks of the First Presbyterian church. He tried to reach his hearers through the story of the Prophet Ellsha and the Shunamlte woman whose son died. Dr. Jenks drew a verbal picture of the life of the woman, of her ac quaintance with the 'man of God, of the coming of the son and of his Illness and death. And lastly of her great faith when going to tho prophet with the news of that death, she could In answer to his question, "It Is well with thee? Is It well with thy husband? Is It well with thy child?" an swer, "It is well." "Let us see the bearing of this story on our own Uvea," said Dr. Jenks. "It takes great faith on our part for us to look on those who have gone and say, 'It Is well.' No one can truly sympathize with such a one aa this mother who had lost her son except those who have also suffered. Where They Are Safe. "But there sre worse things than for us to lose our chl'lren. This mother looked beyond and said, 'It Is well.' It Is well only whon we know those we love are safe In the arms of Jesus. Only then can we say, 'AH Is well.' I see you tolling over the slrk one. You spare no effort and when health begins to corns back you are satisfied you say all is well. Tet there Is a greater ques tton. I do not need to prove this to you to be so we all know It. Until that one's soul is safe with Ood all Is not well. My friends I lay It before you tonight. Of those at home can you say It is well? How about that dear husband? that child? We should not rest day or night without urging on those loved ones the message of Jesus Christ. Do not think because things have been going on well that it Is welt until they have answered the great question. "How is life looking to us today? What are our aspirations? hopes? Intentions? Is It well with thee? Have our plans taken In our eternal home? Have we gone far enough Into the future tq stand with Jesus Christ? I say' to you young men If you have not planned for your eternal home you have not planned well." Return of the Prodigal. At the Calvary Baptist church last even ing one of the largest congregations since the beginning of the revivals was present and there was much enthusiasm shown Ui the exerclsea Itev. Dr. R, B. Jenkins preached. He took his theme from the story of the prodigal son. "The change of heart of the wanderer when he decided to return to his father's home waa akin to conversion," said the speaker, "although It could be called conversion. The prodi gal's first act waa to turn his attention to the home he had given up and then to go back. "We ourselves are the most Important thing In this world of ours, as a result of the Ood-glven power of thought. 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