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BOY OBEYED ORDERS GIVEN
Meant Well, But Information Was Not
Welcomed by Hotel Manager
Just at That Time.
A certain New York hotel manager
Is one of those nervous men who con
stantly warn their employes against
keeping them in Ignorance of any
happening around the place. Ho hired
a new bell boy recently, and gave
him tho UBual warning:
"Remember," he warned, "If any
thing happens around here I'm to be
the first person to know about It."
Soon after that he was showing
three haughty Daughters of tho Con
federacy one of the best rooms In tho
place, when tho new bell boy rushed
In with his hair on end. '
"Something's happened!" ho yelled.
Tho threo Daughters of the Con
federacy turned coldly, and the man
ager,' anxious to get rid of tho boy,
demanded to know the trouble.
"That old cat down stairs," said
the boy, "has just bad klttensl What
shall we do?"
The manager's suggestion was
"It Is an easy matter for an agent
to sell Gupp an edition de luxe set of
"All the agent has to say Is, 'Mr.
Uupp. you look like a man of Intelli
"I suppose you have tried motoring,
Judge?" he asked.
"No, I have not," replied the Judge,
"but I have tried a lot of people who
"So Miss Jiggers had an eye to the
"Yes, but she got the book."
"Don't you think this Peace Prise
Idea is a grand thing?
"Truly, it Is a Nobel thought"
Constipation causes and apjrravatea manyj
erioua uiovaAVB. it is iiiuruuuiy oureu vj
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. The favorite
family laxative. Adv.
Silence may be golden, but silver
will shut a man's mouth just as ef
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When the Peanuts Ran Out.
For two hours an old back country
man, who had never before seen an
elephant, had been standing before a
row of them In enrapt silence deal
ing out peanuts one at a time. When
the last was gone and no more forth
coming, Jumbo, the largest elephant,
reached over and removed tho enter
tainer's bat from his head to the top
of a lion's cage nearby.
For the first time in two hours the
old man expressed his emotions in
words: "You old two-tailed Indian
rubber nuisance you!" he exclaimed,
Indignantly. "It I knew which end
your head was on, I'd slap yuor face."
Louis Drownlow, Washington news
paper man, paused In a drug store In
Greensboro, N. C, not so long ago, to
aBk for a match. While he was there
a young colored chap came running
In with' a big gash the whole length
of his skull, and apparently a good
deal put out about some accident that
had befallen him.
"What's happened to you?" asked
Drownlow, excitedly but sympathetic
ally. "A friend bit me with a hatchet,'
replied the bleeding stranger.
Not That Crazy.
"This bill Is too high," said tho man
to his lawyer.
"Out didn't I provo to tho court that
you were crazy and get you ac
quitted?" replied tho lawyer.
"You did. Dut you could never
proyo that I'm crazy enough to pay
such a bill as that." Yonkers States
man. His Status.
"Is that druggist well thought of In
"Sure. Isn't he a pillar of the
(ny E. O. SKt.UCnS, Director of Kvo
iiIiir Department Tlio Moody lllblo In
xtltuto of Chicago,)
LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 9.
GOD'S COVENANT WITH NOAH.
LKRBON TEXT-Ocn. 9:8-17.
(1 OLD EN TEXT-"I do net my bow 111
the cloud iind It nhntl lie for ti token of n
"ovt'iintit between mo nnd the earth."
I. Verses 8-11. .At tho conclusion ol
the lesson of Inst week Nonli wtB em
barked in the ark and tho flood wns
over tlto earth. Uotween that tlnio
and tho tlmo of tills lesson Nonh
made three uttempt to ascertain if tho
tlmo had arrived for him to leavo tho
Ark. At last Cod gave hi in com
mand (8:16, 16) to "go forth," but ho
did not go empty bunded. Nonh had
taken his all in the nrk nnd It proved
to bo a most pro (It able invcHtment.
Though shut up IfiO dnyn (7:24), God
must have been in the hearts of that
little company iih they stepped forth
upon tho dry lnntl. What nn over
powering Henso of God'a gracious
mercy. What a recollection of God's
awful wrath. What a trembling leant
there be n repetition of this disaster.
And what an amazement In Contem
plating the mighty work of founding
a new race.
The first net on Noah's pnrt upon
leaving the ark was to build an altar
unto God and to offer a burnt offering
(8:20). Thus we see that God's cov
enant with Noah wns based upon tho
ground of shed blood (Heb. 9:15-22),
and as such it was an acceptable of
fering, "a sweet smelling sacrifice"
(8:21), because It was an expression
of entire consecration to God, Phil.
4:18. This offering is, of course, a
typo of Christ who is the "Lnmb slain
from tho foundation of tho world." As
Noah's offering, see 8:21, averted a
rightful penalty, even so tho offering
of Christ redeems us from the curso
of sin which is our just duo, Gal. 3:13.
As they look about upon tho
cleansed earth, for thnro In no sin
present except that of their own
hearts, they nro to us a type of that
now life into which wo enter through
Jesus Christ, see I. Peter a: 20, 21.
A study of covenants and of coven
ant making ceremonies Is always in
tensely Interesting. In tho IMbllcal
meaning a covenant Is a compact or
agreement botwecn two parties, (1)
between God and man, (2) between
man and roan. In thlB covenant God
bestowed tho benefit of an assurance,
though Noah had had certain condi
tions imposed upon him, the fulfilling
of which brought him to this plnco
where he might recclvo this assur
ance. God's covenant with Noah was ono
of eight great covenants, (1) tho ono
mnde In Eden, Gen. 1:28; (2) tho
Adamic, Gen. 3:15; (3) this with
Noah, Gen. 8:21, 22; (4) ono with
Abraham, Gen. 15:18; (5) that with
Moses, Ex. 19:25; (C) onq with the
Israelites, Deut. 36:3; (7) that with
David, 2 Sam. 7:16; (8) the new cov
enant, Heb. 8:8. Tho main elements
of Ala covennnt are, (a) tho removal
of tho curee, 8:21; (b) tho assuranco
of returning harvests and regular sea
son, 8:22; (c) the promise of an
abundant progeny, 9:1; (d) the domi
nation of animal llfo, 9:2; (o) provi
sion for food, both flesh and herd, 9:
3; (f) provision for sacrifice and wor
ship, 9:4; (g) tho safety of human
life, 9:5; (h)vthe administration ol
Nonh's life of obedience Before h
entered the ark had elicited God's
promise that he would establish a
covenant with him, see Eph. 6:18;
.and so God today holds before all
men tho promise of a new and better
covenant Into which they also may
enter If the; will, Heb. 8:8. God has
-frequently used this covenant as an
illustration of his lovo and his faith
fulness towards his peoplo, Isa. fi:
9, 10, and thlB covenant Included God's
caro for the beasts as well as man,
verses 10, 15, 16, see also Ps. 36:5, 6;
Jonah 4:11 This Is a good thought
to emphasize with the younger pupils.
II. Verses 12-17. As though Jo
hovah would make assurance doubly
secure, ho not only made a covenant
but appointed a token, a sign, of that
covenant, whereby tho covenant is to
be remembered, read Gen. 17:11; Ex.
12:13, 2:12; Matt, 26:23-28; I. Cor.
11: 23-25. Wo must beware of read
ing Into this passage any suggestion
that this is tho first appearance of a
rainbow upon the earth; there Is no
such suggestion in tho text, but rath
er God took tho rainbow which was
Bet in the cloud and made of it a
token of the covenant he had made
with Noah. Whenevor wo behold n
rainbow we ought to remember that
his covenant wob not alone to Noah,
bu to us, his seed.
The rainbow was formed of that
snmo rain which had produced the
flood. "After the appearance of an
entire rainbow, ob a rule, no rain of
long duration follows." Tho rainbow
is proof that tho rain la partial and
that tho Bun of God's morcy is shin
ing. It lights up what had Just been
dark and fateful. Rainbows can bo
seen in all parts of the earth, so Is
his mercy all embracing. A rainbow
is beautiful nnd attractive, nnd so is
Jesus tho chief among ten thousand
and tho ono altogether lovely. An
arch Ib thn strongest form of ma
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Two old cronies hnd been bIUIiik In
n cafe on Cortlnndt strcot ono Satur
day afternon for several hours and
wore pretty milch tho ivorso for their
"What Is your nationality, anyway,
Jim?" asked one.
"Well, I'll tell you, Hob. My father
came from Glasgow, bo you seo I'm
half Scotch "
"And tho other hnlf seltzer, I
guess." put In IiIh companion. Satur
day Evening Post.
"Is that dainty Hush on Clara's
rheeks her own?"
"No; she took It out of sister's. bo'
Addressed to Women
That Backache of Yours
Is one of nature's warnings when all the joy of living has
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