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THE BEE: OMAHA, VEJ)XE.SlAY, FEBRUARY 10, JlUi,.
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lLi lilt a t r c, o
.Strange Experiences of
Copyright. 1515, SUr Company.
Jljr ELLA VHFl:LEn AVILCX5X.
' Tt hu bn said that ' southern Call
'fernla lies directly under PeorpK' end It
hs been Raid also that tho new golden
i are 'will be established In southern Catl-
fornla. There are
' already several
'. 'theosophlral and
. . spiritual centers In
.. that wbnderful
i land, and . there
... fore It la not sur
prising to hear of.
whli may be
Jf classed, as euper
normal. Thaj California
t, newspapers have
recently been com
menting; on the
. "psychic ,leep" of
'' the wife of a prom
inent physician In
.. Is Anirelee. This lady, woman of
.-culture and Intelligence, passed Into a
. profound slumber and t seemingly died.
' Bhe was prepared for burial, but returned
.,to life and health quite as suddenly a
ah had passed Into the state of coma.
" 'After her return she related strange
experiences, saying that she was taken
by spirit, guides to beautiful regions.
where she saw and heard so much that
was Interesting 1 and ' uplifting that she
; dreaded to return to her body. She state!
that she wa conscious that her (body was
Jh being prepared for burial, and! tried to
speak to her family on the subject, but
could" obtain no response. , .
' Io, the same city tho wlfeof a r-rom-;.;lnent
Episcopalian clergyman .went:
'..through a 'similar spiritual adventure.
The Integrity and honesty of both ladle
sre above question. Many people are
.king what these experiences can mean.
I They mean simply that the spirit goes
r 1 out ef the body into adjoining planes
(or states 'of j consciousness), but that the
, -spiritual wd Is not severed., and for
. eome reason known only to the "Lords
v bf Karma" the spirit returns to the body
' to finish out this incarnation.
There are so many such cases on record
that it seems an evidence of wilful Ignor
ance to doubt tyiem or to regard them as
mere hallucinations. . ' ' '
' ,. Were ail these experiences of the hun-
dreds of thousands of human beings to
be published in' one volume. It would, be
observed, that no. two ' were" Identical-'
, ' "Raoh : has his own particular Impression
io relate of the worlds lying beyond this
Read it HereSee
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. . U FOLHT1I EPISODE. '
" 'Poor Lit tlo Iluxiawaj June.
CHAPTER JII (Continued.)
' "1am very sorry," she said simply.
'We ' liave had a business reverse, and
we shan't be able to keep you. The fact
of ' the 1 natter Is that we don't happen
to hve a cent In the house. I toe all
." f Harry's pocket money yesterday, and
B spent It yesterday afternoon. I I I
that Isn't quite the truth," she suddenly
i fblurted out. "We are absolutely broke.
; tVe haven't -any money at all." -. . " '
It 'hurt June to part with them. , She
bad liked them all. and -when the little
girl hung around her neck they cried to-'
gather, all- three June and Mrs. wiles
' and Dolly-? 1 .
VIIAT S10 DID 1
FOR THIS WOlVIArj
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at all now and I sleep
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earth, Just as a thousand travellers gtring
over tb earth In a thousands ships and
trains would relate varying experiences.
Each sees according to. his own powers of
vision and according to his own develop
ment. We are led Into such realms when
we leave the body as our thoughts and
acts . have fitted us to enjoy when on
Irving S. Cooper, in a wry Interesting
article entitled "Other Worlds," 'ays:
"There seems to be an Ingrained scep
ticism In mot people concerning any
thing ncnphyslcal. It Is . frequently so
pronounced that It distorts their opinions
and prevents an unbiased Judgment. This
Is certainly true when It comes to the
(consideration . of the evidence ot the
existence of 'a super-physical world.
Many persons dogmatically declare, with
out any investigation whatsoever, that
such a world does not exist, not realising
that opinions based on prejudice are
valueless, and that, aa they are un
acquainted with the cant that all those
who have been made, their ' statements
carry no weight, whatever. It Is signifi
cant that all those who have studied care
fuliy th available evidence affirm their
eonvirtlon that non.nhviiikl m a
I eml.t "...
Theosophlcal investigations of this un
seen realm has jhowi that It is composed
of several, interpenetrating regions, ' or
w-orlds, of which only two, however, are
of practical importance In this preliminary
study. These two subtle worlds are enn-
'talned one. within the other, the solid
physical earth being embodied I the very
heart pf the two.'
We may think of theni as two vast
spheres surrounding the earth not unlike
a gfent atmosphere, yet at the same time
permeatingveverywher the physical mat
ter of the earth with the same case that
water vapor spreads through the air.
One sphere Is larger than the. other, and
therefore extends much, further out Into
space, but both of them, surround us all
of the time, although we are normally
unconscious of their existence. As the
earth swings through space, folowlng
Its pathway around the sun, these
spheres triove with It Just as does the
physical atmosphere. ' - ; t , x
Thus, strange as It may seem, we are
living In three worlds attnoe, and we
shall find. If we continue our studies,
that human evolution is Intimately con
nected with all three, ; These subtle
worias are as objective and ."real" te
.vviv.iuu p.urui as me sarin is
'Veal" to us, and we should not think
ot them as shadowy unrealities because
unknown to the physical senses. ,
it at tfce Movies.
Halfway up to the avenue June, walk
lng along and dabbing her eyes eocu-
slonally, was confronted by some one.
"Which way?" he asked.
"To 'the employment efflce." she told
him and showed him ber little purse with
a laugh. . ',
"It's a shame that . a pretty girl like
you haa to worry about money." And his
ooal black eyes gated down at -tier glow
ingly. ; . '
He tried to detain her; ohlng her
gently by the arm, tried to urge ber Into
his car, used all the persuasiveness of
his eyes and his smile ana his suave
courtesy, but she-was obdurate."
V Suddenly be Jumped into his limousine
and whirled away. Us was at the em.
ploymjnt agency before June reaohed H.
and had. a cordial chat with the mpioy
ment agenoy woman. He handed her an
address and went away. ' . , ' .. .
June was delighted when she aeaueAd
an opening quickly and started out im
mediately . for the. place. For a moment
June felt an Intense dislike In the ugly
looking house at the Address given her
and all that tt might contain; then, laugh
ing at ber owa fancies, she strode up the
steps and rang the bell. . The door
swung open silently, but ' no one ap
peared, pondering. Junk walked Inand
the door alarooMd, behind her.
Two minutes later Gilbert Elys walked
up the steps, took a key from his pocket.
Inserted It Into the lock and smiled.
" FIFTH ETISOCS. ,
' 'A Woman In Trouble.
Fat old black Aunt Jebby was dressed
In ber best marketing clothes, the green
percale with the big yellow flowers, and
the little blue hat with the nodding .red.
popples was set far forward on her kink
leas wig. The marketing trip to the city
naa peen one of Aunt Debbya chief Joys,
but today the buoyancy and the high
pitched laugh of excitement were absent.
"You'll stop at Ked's for Mr. Moore.
Debby." said Mrs. Moore.
"Yasaum." Aunt Pebby stole a stance
at June's portrait on the wall. "You
you ain't heard nothln yet of ' Mlsa
At the sound of that name Bouncer rose
Instantly, heai up, ears perked, tall
wagging, eyes eager, mouth open, "
Where was June? That puxzling prob
lem filled the entire mind of Aunt Dcbby
as, y the side or the driver, she spun
into the city In the Moore auto.
Where wss June? A dutcn private de
tectives were soouriog the cit of Kew
York for her, and they reported to a
stern faoe4 youAg man who sat In the
lonely apartments which June and he had
fitted up to be their neat, his only
only companion a miniature of hie lovely
bride. . '
Where was June? Wko wae vthla
mysterioue Gilbert Bly? What -was bis
power over . Ned Warner's bridal
He seised his hat and strode forth Into
the streets la bis never coding search
for June. ,
At that moment the door of a strange
house had slammed . abruptly v behind
beautiful June Warner. And Oilbert Blye
had furnished this address to June's era
p-loynient agency t,
A blase locking pace girl inspect! June
lnioudently in the dim light of the haU,
then with a significant grin left June
standing there and swaggered through a
door at the end LI the halt. June was
startled as that door opened and A blaxe
or Ufcht came out with the chitter of
many voli-ta. .
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themums decorate the hat. ,v " - i
& Is Marriiage a Sacrament? &
By REV, MABEIv inWItf. (
Either It Is a sacranient or else 11 Is a
sacrilege. 'There are uo half-way houses
in marriage. Either It Is a ease of mutual
love' or It Is not, and when.lt 1 not
nothing can' make It sacred, sane or
wholeoma. It Is a sacrifice of the most
disastrous kind, not only In point of
view of the Individual happiness thus
sacrificed, but of the race itself. Any
martial union that I ' not ' the .result or
expression of loe-ettraction Is nut only
a saortllglous union, but is uneugenlo to
the last degree.
We heat so much these days of eugen-
ics as te science of human breeding-
breeding by selection, not, of the Indi
viduals themselves, but by some outside
person or agency supposed to be better
qualified' to' select . than those moat
vltaS concerned otne -one better able
to determine how these should mats.
Z can. conceive of no greater miscon
ception ot the basic ms&uir.g of eugenics
than this. It Is to count nature and her
superlative law of attraction as of little
Importance, and to put In its stead the
crude, judgment of man himself but a
product of nature and of nature's God.
One might as well attempt to determine
and condition chemical affinities. - tell
hydrogen and exygen ' that Jt most not
mingle at HJO to. produce, water, as to
attempt te decide for another whon be
ahail wed. v -
There may t-nd o5tea ere hygienic
reasons why marriage may not. la rie
doitt, be oonaummatej with a given per
soa at a givea time, but there never can
be a good reason' why a marriage should,
be consummated - at anytime without
love as ita basis. , i, ,
'a one-elded love is not sufficient; the
love must Le mutual ,' For a girl to med
simply because she is "getting on" In
year, or U "s-t rid of the nian" who
puisu.-s her, or for a man to inarry a
as to jacket, is this dressy street cos-
girl to augment the fortune already his,
Is a blunder of the worst sort. Nothing
of happiness or good can come of It, un
less. Indeed. .' tho pain and - discipline
bound to follow shall lead to ways of
I once knew a beautiful woman who,
out of pity, married a poor blind man and
when' I said, 'Why did you do such a
thing r" she replied. "Did you not know
that marriage is for dlscIpllneT" Well,
it proved to, be so for him at least, for
three months latsr the poor man stopped
up the cracks of the door tq his room
and turned on the gas, and they found
Discipline forsooth! Marriage Is meant
to be haven, not purgatory, which I
kuow It all to often lav . ,
Ellen Key, confessedly not knowing the
solution of ' the vexed problem of the
sexes, sees plainly some things that must
hot be,- one of which la "Unmutual love."
"It should' be branded upoa the souls of
our girls In tetters 'of fire that to give
themselves In union fur anything less than
mutual love Is to become a fallen being."
We may add that this la true of man as
well as of woman, save, perhaps, that
he haa not so far to fall as has she,
riatonlo love companionship, of the In
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perfection and heal tit of body In man and
woman, should all be held as secondary
when Contemplating'' marriage unless,
sdded to thess, there be that subtle, un
definable law of attraction which makes
each to delight In the presence of the
other, drawing together like the -magnet
the steel. Unless this condition be met
nature can give us no warrant that a new
and superior race may be born.
Love Comes not from-below ; it la from
above. It Is the flowering of the soul In
the garden of the heart wherever wedded
bliss U found. . .
"There la but one entrance to the sanc
tuary, and that Is by the way of the
k" e '
The cheerful loser stunt le In most
oases an Indication that the loser In
tends to get It back again.
When. a designing woman gets a fel
low by the neckjie Is generally the last
one to awaken to the face
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Reformers (and What
By DOItOTHV D1X.
Reformers sre folks tKat try to keep
everybody else from doing the things
that they rbon't want to do themselves.
Reformers think that anything they don't
enjoy doing Is aw- .
fu9 wicked, and
they try to get
laws passed to stop
who hates the
taste of beer and
who only drinks
ten eupe of tea a -day,
Is a temper
And my Aunt i.
Maria. who Is '
made sick by the
smell of tobacco,
head of the
A n 1 1 - Cigarette
And my mm ,
runs the Antl-
Bwonrin crusade. .
and Uncle John, who hn the rheumatism
so badly he sn hardly walk. Is organising
a movement to reform dancing ea stoji
And Mrs. Jonee, who lives next ooor.
haa started a movemens to mppiw
bridge pll-ln. u mama says that
Mrs. Jones plays such a rotten tuns .
that she never wins any pr!ee anyhow.
Reformers are mostly Indies, tnougn
some of them wear pants, and have largo.
nobby foreheads, and ready. maae neoa
ties. I ' . ..
Yon ran always tell reformers vr wit
hair, and the way they need halrplne. for
a lady reformer's hair is aiwaya strag
gling down In the, haeh and a man re
former's hair hangs down over nia. com
collar. wMch needs brushing.
There are two kinds of reformers. The
near rorormers ana wio
The far reformers try to keep the
heathen from doing the way they want
to, and the near reformers Interfere with
the pleasures and happiness of the folks
at home. i
The far off reformers are the most .
popular, andj can raise the rnoet money
for their cause.
Reformer are very -wise people, and
they know everytMng. We would never
know how much wickedness there is in
the word If reformers did ot tell us '
about It. ; ' ',
Also we would not know how bad
everything we llko Is for us tf It wasn't -
for the reformers. Oh, how grateful we
should be to thera.
Reformers are composed, of one part
Idea and the balance of words. They oaa
talk longer than a phonograph, and they
never talk except about the one thing
they are trying to reform, II you say
Hood morning" vto a reformer, he will,
say, "Little" girt beware of the Demon
Rum," or she will tell you that eating
meat will make you grow up Into a blood
thirsty savage, or she will ask you .to
sign a, pledge never 'to chew tobacco, ;
according to what she is reforming.
Reforming is easy work because you
do It all with your tongue, and tt does,
not tire you like cooking or doing ateoog-.
raphy or clerking In a store, o X am,
Iolng to be a reformer when X grow trp. '
lso, when you are a reformer, besldee
talking you take up a collection and lota,
of folks put money In the basket, but the;
reformer does not havie to put any lu her-,
Self. I know, because X have watched. 1
X asked my papa if reformers ever re
form themselves, and he said, "Not en
your life. I have never heard of womet
organising a gosnlp reform society or a
lot of rounders heading s baokto-the-home
movement-" , 1
' Reformers have a vest enjoyable time,
and their amusement do hot hurt any
one, for nothing Is ever reformed. When
I am grown lady if I do not catch a
husband I ant going to be a reformer
and stand Lp on a platform and try to
reform meit, but If I get married X will
be Just a noble angel wife and. spend
my time reforming my huabaad.
PhtUeVpiJe, Pa. . St. Louis. Mo,
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