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THE BEE: OMAHA, WKPNKSDAY, OfTOnHK l 101
Jesus Says if You
Will of God
Will Do the
You Will Know Me
Ths text of "Uniy" un1r's ifrmon
v B uinm irom ionn VI. I, 1,
"If sny man will do Ilia wll., ha
know of the doctrine, whether It be o
God; or whether I speak of myself."
The upeaker said:
I always have hadI have now-! hope
I alwaya may have eympa' hy fur any
man or woman that has dirfl.-ult.es. In
tellectual, aptiltual or moral. And If. by
ny word or advice of mine. I can suc
ceed In sweeping the cobwebs from their
vision and cause them to mor.
clearly their responsibility and their ac
counublllty to Ood. I reTard the wor
done more valuable than If I had alJed
ome man or woman, already a be. lever.
Into a clearer conception of his or her
The words of my tct form the chal
lenge of Jesus to the skeptlrs, ca ller
and doubters of His day. They sa'.d to
Him, "We know you! We know where
you were born! We know your brothers
and sisters! How do we kniw you are
the Bon of Ood? How do we know you
are what you claim to be?"
Jesus said. 'If you will do the wll
Of Ood. you will know about Mel''
A Georgia preacher of other days, on
time paraphrased this text by saying
"If you want religion, do. be.'ore yo
sci ii, wnai any nonesi man would dc
that wants It, and it wl.l not be long un
til you have It!"
The proof of the pudding Is not In the
smelling of the bag or chewing th-
tring, but In eating it. And yet there
are multitudes of people trying to prove
the divinity of Christ, the Inspiration of
the Bible and the value of Christianity,
by smelling the bag and chewing the rrg
with some old hypocrite or hypocrites in
the church. That requires no amount of
brain, no sense, very little reading and
less still of observation. But It takes
something more to put the words of my
text Into practice. As long ns the United
States mints stamp coin and make them
rorth one hundred cents ..n the dollar,
there will be found people who will coun
terfeit them. , But that does not destroy
the value of the genuine.
Jesus foretold all of this about hypo
cr'tcs In His prvphecy shout the kingdom
of heaven when He said. "It Is I ke a
grain of mustard seed the smallest of
all seeds which, when wanted, takes
root and grows and the birds come and
bul'.d their nests and live In Its branches."
That prophecy about the kingdom of
heaven has been so literally fulfilled that
yon can find anything In the average
church today from a humming bird to a
nl a town in Illinois at one time
something was said in one of the ser
mons that made a young fellow mad.
He went out storming and cursing, and
aid he didn't believe In Ood, nor Christ,
Dor the lilble, nor heaven, nor hell. Ti.at
fellow was a Mason. He was a Knight
Templar. The lodge held an allniKht
, eessxn, trying to convince that fellow
he was wrong. The next day a friend
of mine met an officer of the lodge aid
said, "I understand you had an allnignt
cession of the lodge last night?" "Yea,
sir." "Laboring with an err.ng brother?"
"Yes, sir." he said. "By the way, a man
can t be a Mason unless he believes In
Ood, can he?" "No, sir." "He can't be
a Knight Templar unless ho acknowl-,
edges his belief In the New Testament
and in Jesus Christ as the Bon of Ood,
and draws his sword In defense . of the
Christian religion r' The officer replied
"No, sir." "Well." he said, "here la a .
young fellow who la a Knight Templar
and yet does not believe In any of them.
he Is a hypocrite. Did you turn him out
of the lodge?" He replied.- "No,. when a
man trusts himself to our lodge, we con-,
alder It our duty never to repudiate him
as long as there Is any opportunity of
tr.aking anything out of him." j
Now thla same officer had given as hla
reason for not being a Christian the fact
that there was hypocrites In the church.
And my friend replied: "That Is exactly
the position the church takes. When a
man or woman truj.s in em elves tu the
church we consider It our duty to ho!d
them and never turn them adrift as long
as there la any chance of convincing
them." And If there Is any lo ge 1 1 u a
or any other city whose aid. Indorsement
and co-operation I have a right to expect
and demand, knowing the principles you
stand for. It Is the Masonic lodge. And
If there a any branch of It whose in
dorsement and help I have a right to ask
and expect and look for, it Is the Knights
I have a controversy with the church,
Cathollo and Protestant; and that con
troversy of controversies Is Its lox.ty In
the application of Its discipline to men
and women who willfully and deliberately
break their vows and live In open sin.
One man says, "I do not believe In the
Bible because of its Inconsistencies." I
ay the greatest Inconsistency Is in your
life not In the Bible. I bring up before
you the memory of some evil deed, and
you Immediately begin to find fault with
the Bible. Go to a man and talk busi
ness or politics, and he talks sense. Oo
to a woman and talk society, club or
dress, and she talks sense. Talk rellgUn
tc them and they ,. Ill talk nona. a e. Uke
an old woman In Arkansas who used to
cheat and swear and drink. 6 he was one
day approached by her grandson, who
aald to her: "Granny, don't swear." She
replied: "Mind your fool bus.ntss, .you
little simpleton." He said: "Well, granny,
you've got to die some day." Bhe said:
"I ain't died yet, have I?" When he
cornered her on her profanity or her
drinking, she made that ailly, ridiculous
reply. Had you asked her how to boll a
bead of cabbage, roast a 'possum, or
make a corn pone, she would have given
you a sensible reply.
Our character Is our wilL What we
will, we are.
As to Call's Wife.
I seldom preach In a town very long
that some fellow doesn't ask rae the fool
question. "Where did Cain get his wife?"
I guess It Isn't "where Cain got his
wife" that bothers some of you old ginks
so much as it Is where your neighbor
around the co.ner got his. In other
words, I guess It Is your neighbor's wife
that bothera you more than Cain's.
Adam and Kve had other children be
sides Cain and Abel, as shown by the
fifth chapter of Genesis. Why do you
ask the silly question? Is It because you
want to discredit the Bible, and try to
find aoma excuse for your living In sin?
listen! Darwin quotes Matthew, who
In turn, quotes Kuhler. who says that
under favorable clro-mstanoea. population
will double i. twenty-five years. If you
will study your scriptural chronology
carefully, you wl'l find that when Cain
went out to court hla wife he waa a lusty
youth of 12S years old The Bible says
that Cain knew hla wife In the land of
Nod, and aha conceived and bore a child.
Joseph says that "Nod" means "vaga
nvond." or "vagabondage," the "ground
that Ood had cursed." Allowing that
there were seven pslrs on earth at the
end of the ilia twelve years, and that
lopulatlon will double In twenty-five
years, and that Cain was 138 years old
when he knew his wife that would have
made the' then known population of the
world 11.JT0. Allowing that half mere fe
male, which proportion holds good
throughout the world, that would have
made 5,SK buxom damaels from whom old
Cain could have chosen a alfe gjod
enough to satisfy the most faat.dlous
devotee with matrimonial Inclinations
bussing In his belfry.
Tet a lot of fellows are going to hell
brcause they wonder where Cain got his
One night when I was assistant secre
tary of the Young Men'a Christian asso
ciation In Chicago I had Dr. lerry. who
Is now bishop, speak In Faneull hall. In
th audirme was a prominent lawyer. 1
went up to him anil said: "Mr. C,
Old you like that sermon?" He said: "It
was very pietty, but I don't believe It."
I said: "What don t you believe?" He
said: "I don't believe in the mlraculms
conception of Christ." I sold: "Why?"
He replied: "Clve me one instance where
the laws of nature have ever been abro-
lower development. hy Is It I have a
soul and he has not?"
If you haven't an answer for him he
Will floor you right there. See?
But. hold on. Infidel. Wilt power, judg
ment, reason, memory, are faculties of
the min i. sir. Peeing, hesr ng. smelling,
tasting, touching, are the five form fac
ulties of the body. But the soul has
thiee fa ultlea that neither mind nor body
possesses the faith faculty, moral fac
Now as to the moral faculty:
A dog haa no morals nor a horse, not
cat. They have no conception of right
or wrong, liecnuse they have no soul.
Man alone has a soul. Man alone knows
right from wrong. Man alone possesses
the power of faith.
Conscience: Conscience will develop
! as you educate It. You may educate
evidence needed to prove your skill, use
the apple! tllve me the pearl!
"lie laughed her to scorn anil sail:
My eyes are as keen as an exile
My nerves are as true as the compass
magnetic needle!" leaning farther over
he threw It hlsh Into the air, watch
ing It as It deacemlrdwhen suddenly
the old ship gave a lurch! Down Into
the fathomless depths went his ar..
The ship sped on! He smote upon his
breast, crying. Tool! Pool that I was to
risk my all with nothing for pay but
the plaudits of a passing crowd!
"And In this little story I have sum
med up many a life. You teas your
' soul for plonsure for lust for the ap
! plauae of a Oodess world! And hear
me! The hour will come when you will
toss It for the last time! This old frail
body w!ll give a lurch down Into the
depths of hett! Tou wl'.l be lost and
ou will be lost forever K-eause u
would not do God's will!"
(Copyright Wm. A. Kmulay.)
your conscience to believe a thing Is
right when It Is positively wrong", and
yet you are following vour conscience
and you are heading atralght for hell.
The only Infallible rule of faith In
practice today Is the word of Ood. Your
conscience Is a guide, provided It has
At last, when we stand on thla narrow
nock of land, and memory and consc ence
bow do their work, conscience will be the
eternal scourge as God brings down the
lnsh upon your back and says: "Remem
ber!" You reply: "Why. I foruet." 1 soms. and in lieu of the deceased king.
say you never will forget. If you have I. Is little son and daughter, Fred A. and
ever known, you will always remember. Km ma C aged resptcUvely 11 and T
Over In Assyria they dug up a cunel- years, rode In the psrade Miss Mildred
form, an inscription baked upon a cylln- Lomax, who waa Mr. Nash's queen In the
AUTO PAEADE IS
(Continued from 1-i.ge One.)
the "HMh, ear. fflta' CVMtoh Magfo,
who could not I In the parade.
Chat Ira lli-kens waa another former
king whose queen of the tenth yeir of
the dynasty could not be here. The rail
quern, Ada Kirkendn.ll Wharton, is still
In the east. Mrs. Taul Oallagher took
her place In the float for this occasion.
The rickens flost wa a patriotic design
with the American flag In handsome
folds and the American eagle perched
high above all the decorations.
CMHrea Keslle la Flowera.
The Detroit Flertrlo waa entered
trimmed In white and purple with blue
and white mornlngalorlea on each corner
with a little girl nestling In each flower.
Dodge Bros, entered with a car dec
orated In a May basket effect In pink
The Apperson car was decorated In
white and pink with a large white jack
rabbit at the head of the car leading off
in an earnest chase.
The Cadlllao was built up In the form
of a l.andsome White ragle bearing a
long ribbon in Its beak with the words,
"A I"eaeeful Thought."
The Hnpmoblle .was decorated with
white and a profusion of apple blossoms
and featoona of green and pink.
The Chandler waa arranged In a big
white bower with red and green festoone,
and a large golden butterfly Just alight
ing on the canopy.
Rogers, florist, and Charles Ederer,
florist, each had enclosed ears laden with
flowering plants, cut flowers, and green
The Alamo Farm IJght company had a
truck carrying a real dynamo, a real
storage battery, real colls of wire and 1
real electrlo light bulbsaglow.
sonlo home In this city. Fha had re
eded In Flattsmouth sine 1870, comlnif
here with her husband, George W. Kln
tr. Mm. Klnser would have been 91
years of age next May. Bhe has bori
a member of the Methodist church all
her life, and leaves three sons. John
Westley Klnser of this city, Charles
Kinsor of Dubuque, la., and Wflllam
Montgomery Klnser of Carson, Va,
Mr. Lnelrda K I user.
l"IATT8MOl'TH, Neb.. Oct. o.-Sps.
rial.) The funeral of Mrs. Iielndi Kln
ser took place yesterday at the Ma-
mtlnnswea and t i.ilBt'ia.
It la certainly surprising that any
woman will endure the miserable feel
ings caused by biliousness and constipa
tion, when relief la so easily had and at
so little expense. Mrs. Chas. Feck, Gates,
N. Y writes- "About a year ago I used
two bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets and
they cured' me of biliousness and consti
pation." Obtainable everywhere. All
A "For f'ale" ad will tum second-hand
furniture Into cash.
gated shove the hermaphroditic order of der of clay, and when they deciphered sixth year of the dynasty, was In Call-
creaticn." I ssid: "That's easy, sit down
and lve me something hard." I said:
"Strauss, the German infidel, sail. 'An
exceptional experience (meaning Jesus), !
proves that only by the concurrence of
sex are beings formed.' And yet. my
friends, beings have been and are being
vlrglnally produced, not only In the her
maphroditic, but In the lower and higher,'
orders of m ture. Don't you know that 1
every dyne in a hive of bees is virgin-1
ally produced from the uniructlfled egg '
laid by a virgin queen? And Costcllo
wrote to Renauer. an Infidel, saying: "1 I
have hatched silk worms from the egg
of the virgin moth," and the old Infidel j
replied: "1 see! Ex nlhllo nihil fit!" that
Is, "from nothln, nothing comes."
And yet. If you will study yomr Kncy.
clopedla Brlttanlca you will find that
, Huxley, In his last article on "Biology,"
aays: "Throughout almost all series of curlty of hi;
kiiib ve.iiKB, agamo genesis, or non-
sexual generation, prevailed."
j This does not prove that Jesus was
i conceived by any means or born of the
Virgin Mary. But If I find these excep
, tlons existing In the lower orders of na
! ture. It Is unreasonable for me to sup-
these wedge-shaped hieroglyphics they fornla, and could not return for the pa-
read there the ancient history of Bai y- rade.
Ion and of Assyria. 80 every word and
thought and act la being baked In the
soft, pliable, plastlo clay of our memory,
and when God touches tne secret spring
your memory will revive, and you will
recall all the chances you had and that
you have missed.
Karas All la Oar Basket.
Major R. 8. Wilcox and his queen,
Gruco Allen Clarke, rode a tloat of white
carnations smothered in green foliage.
Flowers of the State.
Victor B. Caldwell and his queen, Na
thalie Merrtam Millard, rode a beautiful
float of a yellow color scheme, with huge '
sunflowers and goldenrods the principal
I read the other day of a man who if cut ui.
had vast estates. He sold them, and Charlie Black and his queen, Elisabeth
with the rroceeda he purchased a pearl ! Congdon, rested In a float In which the
of wondrous beauty and of fabulous 1 scheme was a white background decor-
price. He took paaasge on a ship, and
was going to sunny southern Italy, near
where the sirens dwelt in the mystical
days, there to buy an old vlneclud castle
and surround himself with a retinue of
servants, and spend his last years In
ease and comfort. To guard for the se-
ed In apple blossoms.
Thomas C. Byrne and his queen, Elisa
beth Pickens l'alterson, rode a float lit
erally showered In lilacs.
Gould Diets and wife rode a float mads
In a gondola effect. Mr. Dlets's queen,
Maraaret Wood Cramner. was unable to
pearl, I read that he had! n the city and It was for this reason
rosewood Jeweled casxet made, and tnat Mr- Dleti took her place on the
locked the box with a golden lock and a ' tbrone.
golden key. Still dissatisfied with that
provision for Its security, he had a larger
box made. Inside of which he placed the
former. He locked the second with a
silver lock and key. Still d. "contented.
; iimi 11 uoa can ana noes abrogate I he had a Strong oaken bog made, with
the laws down there, He could not abro- 1 steel bands, and Inside of this he placed
gate the law of nature In this one and the other two. and locked the third with
nignest or all beings man and give us a 1 an Iron lock and an Iron key.
saviour conceived by the Holy Ghost?
That la a doctrine, sir. sweet, beautiful,
true, scripturally scientific!
Another follow says: "I would do the
will of God, but this immortality of the
soul business worries me. Here Is my
dog, my horse, my cat. my cow. You say
that they have no soul." Yes, I say they
have no soul. "You say I have?" "Yes."
"What makes the dliference?"
I will lirst call your attention to that
creative morn. In ' ornate language, by
Dr. Munsey, a prea her of other days.
.a wuen me iiar. nan gone ror.h you what confldenoe I truly
... v.u bb.u; ei ua mane man, - he 1 my skill. This Is no teat!
imagines the quacrutled marmalla. each
species In 'turn walking by and saying:
, VAlaka him like unto one of us." God
said: "No." Then the fishes of the sea
swam by, and each spcc.es made, their
appeal. "Make him like unto us." The
Lord said "No." The birds of tho air
flew by, and dipping upon their pinions,
sang their sweetest songs and said:
'"Make him like unto one of us." Gd
said: "No. Let us make man In our
Image!" ' ;
Where did he get the plural?
. I believe when He created man He
gave him a body like unto the glorious
body of our ' Saviour. He gave him a
mina o uominaie oruie creauon. aian 1 it;
was not complete. The Bible, says that
God .breathed Into man the breath of
life, and man beiame a living soul.
My rationalistic fr.end says: "We read
of Judgment.-reason, m n-ry. imagi a
lion, as faculties of the soul."' He says:
"You say my dog has no soul?", "Yes,
I repeat it." "He has a mind, and a
body, and a living Intelligence?" "Yes,
I admit all that." "We'l. sir," aays my
Infidel, "if these are faculties of the soul,
end I have them In their htgheat develop
ment, and my dog has them la their
"one day walking on uock of the
ship, in order to beguile the weary
tedium of the Journey, seeing a boy
selling apples from a basket, ha bor
rowed one threo five uo to nine,
and these he stossed Into the air, and
because of - his legerdemain and skill
he had them dancing like gouen
globules - and ruddy moons, the pas
sengers, charmed by his skill,' ap
pended him. He, flattered bv their
words and applause, returned the
apples to the boy. Bowing low, he
said: 'Thank you, ladies. But If you
will wait a few minutes I will show
Risks Ills All.
'He hurried to the cabin, put the
iron key In the Iron lock the silver
key In ths silver lock the go.d- key
in the golden lock and reaching In the ,
rosewood casket, he took the pearl
from its velvety nest Its scintilla
tions charmed him I He pressed It
to his lips! He started for the deck
when he met the captain. ' He said:
'Captain, thla pearl represents the toll,
the sweat, the hardships and the sav
ings of a lifetime, and I am going to
exchange this for a castle and a life
of ease, and for the turquoise skies of
Italy! I The captain said: 'Don't lose
Ha! ha! replied he. 'You don't
need to have any fear. Returning
to the deck, he passed It to the la
dles. They were charmed by Its beau
ty. They handed It back to him, and
he stepped to the gunwale of the ship.
Leaning far over, he tossed it In the
sir. Watching it, he caught It as It
descended, saying, 'There It 1st' Lean
ing farther over, he tossed It higher
than ever, and catching It he said, 'Here
it Is!' A lady screamed, and seising an
apple from the little boy, said, 'Mere!
Take this, and if there 'a any further
Fred Mcts and his queen of the ninth
year of the dynasty, Bessy Brady Davis,
oocupled a handsome float with a color
scheme of pink and white.
Qaerna and Klna-a,
Arthur C. Smith had Miss Mildred Rog
ers as his queen In the float, ilnce his 1
former queen of his reigning days, Jean
Cudahy Wilhelm, now lives In Baltimore
and could not be here. The float was
decorated with red chrysanthemums and
Kverett Buckingham and hla queen,
Frances Nnah, rodo In a float with a
white background and covered with the
poinsetta and their handsome involucral
Joseph Barker and his queen, Elisa
beth Davis, occupied a car In which the
principal decoration was golden popples.
Thomas A. Fry and Mrs. Fry had a
car decorated In flowering almonds. Mrs
Fry rode as queen In lieu of tho queen of
ax ma ntm-a sta.
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ings, the walls throughout are of
double thk-kness and Dixie of heavy
polished steel with heavy asbestos
hoard Interlining. They have pol
ished blue steel tops which require
no blacking and the entire range is
beautifully trimmed in plain nickel
which makes it easy to polUh and
keep clean. IViced from
$29.00 to $60.00
Bargains in practically
new articles in "For
Sale" column; read it
OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT
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