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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY, AUGUST 17, 190.1V
RCV. DR. .1. H. HWHKT has not
been Irtlo since Ills departure to
classic and beautiful Oneontn,
where life I' less strpnuou than
in Hyde Park. It would be dim
cult tn keep that clergyman from mak
lnc sueeesful ventures In his chosen
work and anionic the newest irsults
of his enthulasin Is 11 handsome Klft
to the ehun-h by one of his parishion
ers, Mrs. David Wllber, of fim-nntn.
Mrs. Wllber Is a lady of the piomlnent
family of the name In that region nnil
filnce Mr. Sweet's pastorate begun she
decided to make a distribution of cer
tain funds whlrli she x lhed to see
dolnp Rood durliiK her life. As n re
Stilt jr,000 has Just been received by
Dr. Sweet for various causes under the
direction of the Methodist Kplscopal
church. The following Is the nppor
tlonment: The Mlsslonaiy society,
$1,000; Woman's Home Mlsslonnry so
ciety, $1,000; Church Kxtenslon, II.imhi;
Preachers' Aid society, Sl.OOii; the imal
church at oneonta, $1,000. Hon. Will
iam Connell, who has Just mknow
le'lRed the receipt of the Rift to the
Preachers' Aid society, expressed much
satisfaction at this Increase and says
the fund now approaches the Mini of
Tuesday, August -", will lie rally day
for the Epworth League m the Salem
camp ground. The lollowlng progiam
will be observed:
tO.SO-llctntionil llMiii'ii, lie, (.ioic M, 11(11,
"The Happl'iiti.' Potter of Piety," Itcv.
I (i Ititnnuid, Jilej Ilrnnk.
Wltt,eltn: to the I'm t.
"Indlttduil lloicnlnlllty," .Ml. .1. Illll-
(i, IImiIi l.ak .
Discussion led by Hcv. W. II. Clinton),
"Meal "filnntu fiom the outig People'
"Med llcircia trom the Pulpit's Yktv.
Fiisl I'eple Hajlon Kill, Ihininoio.
K(Oiii lople llcv. 1 II. Cataniugh,
( lieirv lildso.
fierier it Pi-i usslon,
J 10 .sons and Pral-e Sertlce.
"Piopheclcs ot putli," MI'S L.iur.1 lid-
Intrrihimro of Ideas,
s-oln, ll. l.nient clement', Mocotc.
1 "To lli Prink F.til," ltc. Iia r.
Ili-cus-lnn lid by V,. I. llunnlnir, South
2 'Tn MlilHth Desecration," A. It Me
solo, Xllss ltuhy 5'ost, liiiimioro
"Poison In Utoiaturc," Mini Martin ll-n-
Piseus-lnn led by I!ct. Aithiir D. liatld,
Paper and Music- from the Pundift" Cliirzo.
"Choc-lnc a Mile and lhnldinz a Nest,"
Rev. I.. V. Kim liner, Wa.itn.iit.
limnInn led by Itet. J. F. Warner, Car-
Hurt, Mis Miller and Mis. Abbey, Car
"Pods of rem," Mielled bv lie. Itobert
L. Cliil. Forest Pilv.
7 no potntlonal s.cri(-c, llcv. A. O. Willhms,
Address. Miss botta M. Millie, Ohio Wca-
Arblifs-, llcv. lliillci II. New In;, Dun-
The dlMrlct cabinet will meet im
mediately alter the afternoon session.
rtev. Robert Nichols, of Rlnghamton,
N Y, s-on of Dr. O. Pat sons Nichols,
will preach In the Second Presbyterian
churih tomorrow. Dr. Nichols Is one
of the eminent preachets In the Presby
terian church. Ills son possesses much
of the ability of his father, and those
n.-qualnted with him say he has a
brilliant future before him.
W. A. Burton, secretary of the Rail
road Young Men's C'hiistlan associa
tion, will .speak to men only Sunday
afternoon at S.l.l o'clock. A cordial
welcome to all men.
In the Howard Place Ai'iltan Metho
dist church tonionow night, Campbell
Hughes will report the ir.sults of the
Afro-American council, which met In
Philadelphia last week.
Rev. John P. Crane, of Haw ley, Pn,,
will preach at the First rresbytoilan
church next Sabbath morning. There
will be no evening service.
Flm Park ihurrh Pia.trr and prai.e sertiee at
The guests are gone the stnile slips from
the face of the hostess and she gives up
to the pain which racks her body. Many
a woman entertains and wears a smile
while her back aches and her nerves
quiver with pain. Surely any medicine
which offers relief to women would be
worth a trial under such conditions. But
when the woman's medicine, Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription, is offered with the
proof of efficacy in thousands of well
attested cures, what excuse can then be
offered for suffering longer ?
Dr, Pierce's Favorite Prescription
makes weak women strong and sick
women well. It dries enfeebling drains,
heals inflammation and ulceration and
cures female weakness.
"It I with the greatest pleasure I write yon
the benefit my mother lias received from your
'Favorite Prescription' anil 'Golden Medical
Discovery,' "says Miss Carrie Johnson, of Lowes.
vllle, Amtierit Co, Vn "8he aiilTered untold
misery with uterine disease and nerxoumesa,
and had a constant roaring and ringing noise
In her head. After taking six bottles of Dr,
Pierce's Favorite Prescription and 'Golden Med
ical Discovery,' he was entirely cured."
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets stimulate
0.KI Sortleea and sermon at l').0 by Rev. (1.
Ilirto Stone, 11. II, professor ol sctt-nccs In
fliant niilerlt i th meetlm at (loe el the
mornllii; ten, be.. Sunday sehonl at 2 p. tn.;
Senior leiirue at (l.Ml; wershlp nd word at "..ID
by Altant Pastor K. It. Slngci. The public li
invited to tbee nerlie.
Mmpson Methodist i:pleop,il church, North
Msln avenue, 11 do Turk lte. Ilnch ('. Mfller
niott, pastor I'rrai'hltn; t 10 SO a m. in the
alwnie of the regular pastor, tho Itcv. Clinton
It llenrv, p.itor of Hie Methodist Fplcopl
(hurib, at Tavlnr. lll preaeli. Sunday school
at 11.11 n. in In the psming thu Kpnortli
leauiie lll bnl'l the service, league beginning
promptly at 7 nMoik Topic, "(Sod's Itfo,ulii"
rnenls',' liader, Mr. -ruder. t every si rvlce
a tordlal vvrlMiuc t den to nil Misnirers In
the city and those havlnir no peiininent eliureh
home .ire mrdialb inilteif and si be courte
lliuiptcn sirret Met'ioi!lt I'plvnpil ihurili
Hm .Limes llennitiiKi, pitor. I'leaihllur t
In .0, sullied ol m'IIiii.ii, "The (nvetiint He
tvM.n lomtliin and Hivid," diss inedlm; at
ll.iii, Sui'diy school at '.' Kpwr.rtli league at 7
p in . 'rider .1. W ( ollimn. Kvenlnit prcac lilnit
si'tvlie at 7. in, subjict ot sermon, "Pllatc'a Old
I'ne-tioii " Miliotiie to nil.
.i srrrt Mdlmdi-t llplxopil church - Itev.
.1 II vittln, pitor Moinlm- preidilmr nrvne
,il lrt. ,11, subied, "How tn Help Others." ( las
ineetina at 11 'D a in, ("bnles ('loop, li.ulcr,
Sundiv sibool at 2 p m , I'. V. Stone, superin
tendent. I.pwoitli le.iuue at fi 4i p. in, Ueoreo
lliitmin, lenler. Kvrnlnr; pieaihlne service at
7 ..n, subjdt, "C!od Alwajs With la." A cor
,iv Aug MelhodUt I'pisoopil rbiircli Itev. .!.
11. Austin, pi.tor. Siindiy school at 'J ."0 p. in.
I'reiihlns ferlce nt a .'(ll p. m. All welcome.
LYdir Avenue Methodist l'plseopal diuuli P,
P. Doty, p.itor. Meeting ot Iliotlierhoo.1 o( St
Paul at 10 a. in ; mornliiR worship and sermon,
lil.SO a. in. Sunday school at noon; .Junior i:p
woith k.iKiie at 'i HO p. m.J I'punrth league at
r. .'.0 p. in ; evening worship at 7.:iil p. m. stran
giis ind all others are eonlhlly welcome.
Couit sirect Methodist Pplsiop.il church -fi.
('. l.vnnn, pilor Preirhltic 10.10; ubtct,
"Camp Meetlncs Their Origin and Ulse," ili-s
11. Pi. O. I) IloWitt. lea ler: Siindiy schnnl, 11 l",
(!. II. fluk, superintendent: Kpworth league,
el .-SO; pleaching, 7.10. Ml arc welcome. Seats
Cicnum Methodist I'plseopal church, vdsrns
avenue and Vine street -(? Itolillin, putor.
Preaching services, lo.iil a. in. and 7 ?0 p. m.;
Sundj school at noon and at 2 o'chek p in
at tho T.lnr Avenue chapel; pra.ver meeting on
Serlies at llowird Place frhan Methodist
l'plcopil church -Preaching at 10 tn a. m by
Hev .loeph Madison; Sundiv si hool, 2,10 p
m.; 7.4"i p. m , preaching hy Brother I'. U Till
min. All are eordhlly Invited tn attend thcao
nrviees. Hev. 1). S. Ilentley, pitor.
Penn vcnue lliptlst church-Itev. Warren f!.
Partiidge, It. I), of Cmcinnitl, formerly pisitr
of Penn eiiue church, will pieaeh at 10 ,cu a.
in. and 7."0 p. m. Ilibl" school at homo imiiih,
2. SO; merinin mUslon, !!.4j. All vill be eor
Kirt Hiptit churdi. South Main avenue Hei.
S. V. Mitliews, pitor The church will unite
with the Plvmoutli t'oncreatlonil churih In
union si-rvlie, morning and evening; Rev. S. K.
Mithews will pleach at both ..ervues, lo.-to a.
m and 7. 3d p in. 'undiv school, 2 :!0 p m ,
Plvmoutli church, Dr. Ileddue, superintendent.
Piiei meeting, 7 ..0 p in. Uednesday evming.
All are wehome to thee (.erviics.
IJieen Itidge IliptUt liurch- Itev W .1. I'ord,
pitoi. Hev !. W. Stone, o( Minnesota, will
pie.uh at 10SO a. m. Mindiy school at 11.13
North Miln Avenue IliptUt church-Hev. In
vld Speneir, I). 1)., will preach in the tvber
nacle both mornlnsr and evening.
Ilhkelv baptist chinch 10. -id a. m, Itcv. Mr.
Powell will preiih; ll.lr, Bible tihoolj 7 p m ,
B. Y. P L echo meeting, with addresses hv the
Mies (' A. Ken on, .1. P. Kingxloy and bv
Dr. II, fi Btddoe, of Siranton. Kverjbody wel
Valiburn Stieet rre-lnlerlan church Hev.
John P. Molt.it, 1). H, pa-tor. seruce at 10 ;;o
a. m. 'o evening senhc. Bible mIiodI .it )J
In ; Young People's societ.c of ClnUti.in Dudi.n
or. f il p. in . b uler Mwi I'liinu Prink; subied,
"llod'a TtiliuirrnienH " Pr.tvcc imetings Wed
nmdav, 7 :i0 p. ni ; leider, . V. Iltiuir, A. V.
Ilowir will pre ii h at the morning koiuce There
will be no preai liing serine net Sunday.
flicen Ridge Presb.denan church -Si rmon by
Rev. IMnnrd Itr.van, c.f Harrison, N. Y. Bible
school at 12 o'clock, No other serckca during t tie
t'apnme chipel-o morning service; Ilihlc
school at 3 o'clock: evening service at 7.10
CapoiM- rhapel (I're.biterianl o servlies In
the morning. Pleaching hy the pitor, Hiv. 1..
H. Poster, 7. p. in. Sunday m hool, .'! p. m, ;
Snior (.'lili-lldii laideitor, n. (", p. m, Pr.icr
meeting, 7.15, Thuiwiay evening Welcome to
St. Luke's Parish Hev. Rogers 1-racl, redor;
Rev. l. .1. Haughton, cmate, l.levcnlli Sunday
St. Luke's churih 7 Ml a in , holy commun
ion; o.,o a. m , morning pner and seitnon;
7 p. m, owning pracr; 6.15 a in, Sundiy
mIioo! and Bible daises.
st Maik's, Duninorc S.Srt a. m , linlv eom
munlon; 0.110 a, m , Sunday school and Bible
elaea, s p, in , evening pra.ver and seimnn.
Kat Knd Mi-slin, Prescott avenue 3 p. m,
Sundjv nhonl and Bible ilaeH.
smith s,de Mis.iion, Pig slieet 2 "0 p. m,
Sundcv sc liool and Bible clas-es.
Church of the Uood shepherd, corner Monkey
Hveiiue and CJreen Illdec street Hev. Francis It
Bileman, ledor Klecenth Sunday after 'Inn
iti Hole communion, 7...0 a m ; mniiiiug
piaeer and seimnn, 10 10; evening prajer and
s piiiioii, 7 0 p ni. The rector will preach
inornlns and evening.
Eeangelual LuiheranKleventh Sundvy after
Tnnite. (iopeI, l.uke l, VU; epistle,' I Cor.
15 1 Hk
St Mark's, Wachlmrn and Fourteenth streets
Rev A L, Hairier, Ph. I), pastor. Services,
10 SO a m , 7 .0 p. m ; I.uthe r league, fi.30 p
m , Sunday school, 12 in Morning subject,
"True Sprif nf Prayer"! evening subject, "I.nve
Ilolv Trinity, Adams avenue and Mulherry
sheets Rev ('. I,. Spieker, pastor. Sunday
school, 12 m. No nther services.
St Paul's, Short avenue -Rev. W. C. I,
I.s-iier, pastor. Peivlcei at 10.o0 a. m., Sundiy
school. 2 JO n m.
Zlon's, Mifflin avtrni Rev. P. r Zuelmann,
paitnr. Services, 10.30 a, m. i Sunday school, 2
Christ ihureh, Cedar avenue and Birch street
Rev Jamea Wltke, pastor. Services, 10.30 a. m ;
Sunday si hool, 0 a. in.
St Peter's, Tresrott avenue Rev. John Ran
dolph, pastor. Services, 10 30 a, m.J Sunday
school, 0 a, m.
Kmanuel German Polish Lutheran church, Reese
street Hev. Ferdinand Sittelmeler, pastor.
I'rr fchlnr in the I'ollvh language, 10 a. m. ;
Sunday school, 2 p m.
Ciraif Knglish Lutheran church (General Synod)
corner of Mulberry street and Madison avenue
Rev Luther Hew Waring, pastor. t."0 a. in,
Sunday srlmol; 10 SO a. m., divine worship, The
pastor In his addnaa will present "Gems from
the Cincinnati Christian Kndeavor Convention,"
No evening Den Ice.
First Church (Christ Scientist), S10 Adams
avenue Sunday services, 10.S0 a, in. and 7.)
p. in.; Sunday school, 11.1". a, m.; aulijed,
"Mind." Testimonial meetings, Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock. The church Is aby open
ever day during the week. The Bible und all
Christian Science literature Is kept in its lieu
puhllo reading room, "Science and Health, with
the Key to Scriptures," hy Mary Baker Kdelj,
will be loaned to Investigators without charge.
Visitor and letters of Inquiry are welcomed and
given courteous attention, and Information free.
Zlon United Evangelical church, 1U0 Capoue
avenue Rev, J, W. Meuenger, pastor. Preach,
ing, 10.45, by Sir. Sanborn, of the Rcicue mia.
IS'TIIOIipCTlON'.- In this series ol similes it
mut he borne In mind that Abraham was in
training tn be tho lather ot a meat people In
whom all nation., should be blessed, Kvery event
In his history had snmithing ttt do with his
piepirallou for such u mission. This will ap
pear In what lies between last leson and this -the
story of Higar and Ishinaet, tin lenewal of
the covenant, the Institution of i-lriiumislnn,
tho change of the name from bram tn Abra
ham, the promise conceining Sanili; and It will
also bo manifest In the pasige define n. Two.
angels, having the appearance nf men, (.line to
Abraham's tent on their w ly to destroy the city
Sodom nn account of Its sin, This was a return
to Iho method einplo.ved with tho antediluvian-..
The angels were entertained with true oilental
bo.pltallty, but said nothing of their huslnosi
while they tarried. Thir stay was whntlv elc.
voted to such lefreshnient as travelers need.
CONsmKHKI).(Veres 1)1, 17, K) When
they depirted Adt ilum aicompinlcd them a
short way as an act of enurtise, that they might
mid tho licit roid and do inn-t comfortably and
sureh nd lined towatd Sodom. One ot Iho two
as Ihey walked ennsldotod the dignity ot their
companion as piedlcled in bis career, devtined
t'i become a mlghly nillon, a dlo-olng In other
nations This indicated tint what bid been
promised was knov ll to to tho visitors, who,
though Abraham miv not hue been aware nf It,
were from tho cclc-tlal world, doings who had
for tho time .iMiimril bndllv form foi the sike
cf Inleieniuso wild men. One of them vas
e illod laird, and some hivo supposed that ho
vns lesus, who minifetnl ltlmsolt on many
oicaslons bcfoio tho advent. (Paiilel, vll, l. )
Hut otlu-is think that title w.i ineielv of special
honor, ued varinulv to ilrslgiiate- those who.e
rank needed to bo distinguished. The two me.
sengers fiom find consideied whether they ought
not to rxplilii to Abrahim whit thev proposed
tn do, as if ho wore entitled to such Information.
rsrKMKI (Verso pi ) Along with these re
flididis were others concerning tho person el
qualities of Abialnm, who was esteemed not for
his future position onl, but for Iho excellence
of his character. And in tho mcisiiioniciit of
tint tho elements prued most in our western
civlllntion mii h as honest, truthfulness and
friendship wcio not mentioned. Paternal or
petriarchal viitues alone veero named, those
which would render bun valmblo in thnj
times in adv indue righteousness in Iho earlb.
It wis said that vhiahaiti would conuuind his
hoiiselinlil-lie would Institute a sisletn of whole
some family got eminent hv whiih bis faith and
tho teiius of the covenant might be transmit
ted (Pioverlis, xii, fi I Moreover, this wis
given as the ground for the belief In his future
greatness the Lord could consistently bestow'
upon him what was promised, because ho was
worthy tn leielve It. Thus it appeals that in
tint diy family tellglnn was esteemed ns esen
tilt to tho nubile welfare, the condition of the
divine bloving. (Kpheslins, vl, 1 )
Hist I.Os:i (Veii-os 20, 21. 2-' ) - For these
reasons the angelic visitors felt tint Ahraham
should do undo aimiilntcd with whit they were
about tn do. But win t For his good, and for
tho world's good. It wis Inipotiint to let men
know that (Jod would punish the wukod, t hit
the stoiy of retribution might be told as I
warning to all coining generations. (Ktodu,
iv, 7 1 That it was told tinny times was
duo tn the fait tint angels made the riisclnsine
in Hileiinio to the father of ltael (Malthew, ,
It) The roc-ital wis made in no uneeitain way.
Intelligence of tho citi's in hid been carried to
heiecii, and thi- eiiibisse had been sent fortn
tn iutped, and, if neioar, to judge. We see
in this bow food nidi .no taken intn the plans
and f nun-el-, of (tod llo who Is allied with his
Miker has pirt with him In the world's gloat
woik, and icvclitlons aio undo that en open
tlon tine bo more complete, and that the out
come, when It appeals, may be undei-tnod.
I'LL XIU.P (Vei-.cs 21 tn 2i!.)-Tlie prospect
of a ell 's destiuclion awakened Nbraliain's so
licitude, pinvlng him tn halo a heait that belt
with sinipclhv for others, and indicating also
tint ho bad qnililles wlildi, drought out, might
make hlin a dcnrfietor. It Is possible that ho
thought llit of Lot, who w.i, then a elllcn cf
Sodom. ((,rmss, ii, 12 1 Hiving delivered
his nephew fiom enemies, bo would n.iturillv de.
sire to sie him from the wrath of (,od. But ho
put foilli a plea on a different basis, not making
anv roquei-t on fimlly considerations, "Wilt
tlinu de-liov the righteous with iho wicked?"
bo inquired. Ho evldentlx hclifiod tint In 1
gieit i ity -omo Iml houi able tn miintain their
integiitv. Bv a series ot questions, ill cen
tered in the thought tint a ilghteoiis Judge
would ili-.tuiguii.il between the innocent and t lie
Kiiilte, he pies-ei his e.nnest yuiit until a prom
ise was given tint If littv righteous were fo,md
the dly should not he elcttocd. The nutuber
was no ill, but lirger thin the prophet sought.
I leremiih, v, 1.)
IJI'FIIH.I) -(Vcises 27 ind 2 ) It is Interest
ing tn nolo the working of a mind intent on
sioiii 7.1", sertiie of song and testimony meet
ing; d.li, smior K I. C K.; I p. in, Junior
K. L. (' L. pr.ier inciting, 7 1", N'cdnesdiv
ctenmg. Seits fiee and ctci)body welcome to
Ml Semis' I'nitcrsillst churdi, Pine street,
between Aclnns and JetTerson atenues. Services
at 10 .10 a. m, sermon bv Bet. 11. II Beatdsley,
of Slieiuian, " Y i simd.it sdiool at II l."i a. m.
Christian rluirdi. Pro' Idenec -Itegulir preadi
ing at 11 a in. and 7 .!H p in, hi (lie pastor,
Itev. Bobert W ( l.tmer. Subjei ts, "Personal
Inftence" and "The Old Paths": Sunday hool,
in a. m ; Kndeavor meeting, 8 (3 p. m. All are
Caltar.t Reformed church, Monroe atenue and
flllison ftrert llcv Marion I.. Firor, pistor.
Services 10 TO a. in and 7 In p in. Sunday
m lined, 11 .10 a m : Christian Fndenor, 7 p. in.
Morning subject, "Itcady," cttnitig, "Creation's
-4il ) ll li l l l) t) l ttai
! HER POINT OF VIEW
AWKITKU in one of thr periodicals
of tho day, having apparently con
.(lrrahlf tlmp on bis hiind this
pummor, has stumbled upon the happy
thotiKht of peniflnpr the FO-cnllod "Wo
man's Pace" of various newspapers.
Ho has elvot?(l himself rather con
scientiously to the task for the petloel
of a fortnight, nfter which time he
confesses his mental digestive ap
paratus to bo rebellious, refusing
to be stotked with any mote advice to
young mothers, recipes for removing
freckles and directions for feeding a
family of six on $2.f0 a week.
Vhat seems to agaltate the man
who wrote down his sentiments on
this subject Ik the question ns to
whether the "Woman's Page" Is profit
able for tho women to road. He also
wonders how they can stand It any
way, an1 how It Is that while Amer
ican women are known ns the wittiest,
cleverest, most charming nnd superior
of their sex, that they contlnuo to
hold their championship nnd nt the
same time rend such drivel an Is found
on pages prepared for their sno de
lectation. Outsiders, meaning of
course men, do nut peruse these de
partments, explains the writer.
Now, tho "Woman's I'age," w bother
"patent Inside" or compiled by tho
staff ot the newspaper, Is a dismal
enough institution. The editors there
of plagiarize each other's material un
til the reader o'f many city papers Is
Ulcely to discover that It Is fushlon
able to wear three veils nt Atlantic
City whenever she picks up n dally
paper, and Is certain to know the pre
cise reason xvhy Queen Alexandra af
fects high collars, as the same Items
reappear like a continuous perform
ance. There Is always a lot of ab
Gen. xvlii: 16-33.
Kilning a eertaln point. How quitted Iho angle
of vision ehinges in take In all parilculars and
to adjust and ii"adjiil unlll a sallsfaitnry rem
elusion is found. TTio primary piltieiplo of
Adralnm's plea had been printed, that the
wicked should not Imolvo the righteous In pun
lehinent. There irmalii'd ano'her question, qullo
ns important, How many righteous wilt suf.
the to stay tho hind of Judgment? Fifty had
been named, but would a loss number answer
the purpose? The queries were runnlni' along a
piactical side of thu subject Into details tint
wcio nt gioat moment, suppose Iheie were lb a
less than fifty righteous In tli" tit, would It be
elestro.ted? That was quite tho same us tn luge
a modification of tho fniiiirr decision, and the
angel consented If fort) five i.iii be found the
city tuny le spared.
HIMINIsllF.). (Verses 20 In R2)-T,c objec
tive point In tho Intercessor's mind was not tit
leached. Ho hid motcd toward It by slow
Heps, fueling eonst milv tint there was some
Inipiopriet in his pleading for which ho humbly
requested pardon. But luting begun he had In
creased In coinage and llbert Now ho delii
mined tn diminish tho flguios until Hi smallest
number possible should do reached. From fort
Hie ho dropped tn fort, from forty to thlii,
from thirty In tuetit, from twenty In ten.
F.acli time came tho angol'a aummco, and each
time the patriarch looked betond the replv tn
another request, It was a valuable experience
to the pleader. Ho was being educated In the
wn.is of rliiine prntidoiuv He was learning les
sons In prater, in tho talue of the tlglitcous,
Ho was githerliig up Inform itinn conteiniiig the
etll that is In the world and leuning lintv deep
was the degradation of mm. li I. a g,,,,, thing
to fluid befoie (did an adtocale for the righte
ous. SKPAUVlTIi (terse HI).- Nothing more was
said on cither side. The inemgeis moted In
ward Sodom, and Abrahim toward his tent.
BLACKBOARD LESSON HINTS.
By Rev. Robert F. Y. Pierce, D. D.
Prom Author's Notes in "The Sunday School Lesson Illustrator," PubllshcJ by H. F. Revel
& Co.. ChlcaRO. 111.)
Many great prateis .no recorded In tho Scilp
tures. Abrahim pleading for a vtuked clt,
.Moses pleading for a icbelliouj nation, .lesiu
pleading for a sinful world Hate .ton cter felt
tho burden of a lost soul ' If so ou hue but a
faint suggestion of the agonv nf soul with which
Abraham pleaded with, (iod to pire Sodom. Hla
heart rebelled against the wickedness of the city,
but loted ones were doomed and the eteinil in
terests of the multitudes tveie at si ike
Wc tannot cMnuite the taluc of good people
tn a city or nation. Think of it! Ten uglncous
people would have sated Sidoin Mnic thin we
e an cter know, tho good people .no the saviour
of our cities and the nation Abraham pleading
for svloni is a fmc-gleain of -Ii-susj pleading for
in. As ilestriiitinn came tu sodom for lis .in,
(.n surely vte shall be elcstto.tcd If wc t outline
While (Jod in meiey withholds our doom, .le-m
surdity about how to forestall wrin
kles, make mustard pickles and keep
tho hair from frilling; nlso the best
xt ay of preserving temper, quinces nnd
husbands, together with directions for
making a miraculous sort of gown
with a shaped ruflle nnd inmisted
bodice, nnd the kind of a rubber ting
to give the baby for teething contin
gencies!. Mnny of the rfclpes won't work,
because of some? Inaccuracy of writing
or printing. I well lemcmber the dny
xvhen I caused Mis. I.occr to stntei
solmenly In print that a certain brand
of pudding sauce, which she recom
mended as being nice but unhealthy,
was to have us flavoring two gallons
of rum. The abbreviation had been
construed by the printed ns "gn!,"
Instead of gills, nnd Mrs, itorer was
imminently in danger of finding her
self nnd her gospel of cookery ex
tremely popular with the men; a con
dition which her sharpness of tongue
There nre strange, welid directions
for other things In the "Woman's
Page." A favorite preset Iptlnn used to
be how to make beautiful and ornate
furniture out of flour ban els anil soap
boxes. The women who bravely nnd
blithely tried to copy these directions,
literally, brought more woe to them
selves nnd their households1 thnn falls
to tho lot of most nations.
In the period of tho Karly Decorated,
when macrame lnmbrequns, painted
snow-dhovels nnd gilded rolllng-plns
strove fop the gloilflcmtlon of the
humble attributes of family life, the
editor of n "Woman's I'nge" would
have had a mine of ready supplies,
PIip could nlwas have Introduced new
art features an unhackneyed way of
putting ribbon-work on the bootjack,
or a new color scheme for tho coal
scuttle or the dustpan beforo they
reached their npotheosls In the drawing-room,
no you remember, dear lady
when they used to paint snow scenes
nn the butter bowl and tin tho ladle,
fast by means of a blue satin rlhbnn,
nnd when tho plain but useful urn
btella rack xvns mode hideous forever
by awful amateur cat-tails nnd fleur-de-lis,
and when It wns "real stylish"
to g-lld buttonhooks? I bellevo that
was before the days of tho Woman's
However, tho women do rend the
Woman's Page. I've seen them do It,
nnd I do It myself. And, let mo xvhls
per it low the men rend It, too. Why?
Oh, dear me! I don't know. Perhaps
they want to learn something new
about skin food, or find out what pro
gress the suffrage movement Is mak
ing, or what Is the proper thing for a
young girl to do xvhen her escort Inti
mates an Intention to kiss her good
J. E. Gilbert, D.D
Secretary of American
Society of Kellglout
Pleading has ceased and Judgment must begin.
But tho conditions of that Judgment hate been
settled, and they will not be violated, A pledge
Ins been git en that for ten righteous aouls a
illy ah ill not be destrojed. It would be inter
esting to enter Into the reflections ot Abraham
as he walked alone after this interview, hla
thoughts of (!nd, nf sin, nf righteous, of penally,
of mercy, tilling his mind. How strange that a
man should influenee the doings nf the Almighty.
An I the angels as they Journe.ted probably con
voked concerning the mm they eiind met -hi
earnest pleading, hla intense Inteiest In deball nf
the godly, his luoul and mental quilllies ;o
elearlv i!lpli)cd. And out and dennd In the
distance, unseen by Ahraham and possibly un
known to the celestials, were the far-reaebliig
InlliionieH of this Interview. For the heavenly
and the crtlil." hate met and communed and
CONCI.CSIOV -This incident mi profitable to
Abi iliani, not only in the iuj1 indicated at
ready In these comments, hut In giving him
the twofold view nf humin life, doth nceesaaiy
tn a leader of men. The lower view, hv no
meins unworthv, taken from the standpoint of
tho present time, regards tho security of Incii
vldmls and pleads for protection on the scoie
of righteousness. The higher view, taken from
the standpoint of eternity, regards the aggre
gate good of the race and tho ultimate Issues
of chaiader and conduct. It Is well to protect
ten men or one man, but In order to that ac
cumulated etll must not do suffered to proleist
itself Intn coming centuries to blight thousands
of lues and disseminate far and wide the seeds
cf suite and soirnw. Aluaham, in his love for
the few, must eomo intn Sinp.ith with (Jod,
who turns and overturns' for the establishment of
universal truth and tlghtenuncs. Solicitude
for persons mut not prevent one fiom seeing
tho glory nf the kingdom. The lessor prayer
must be' merged in the larger pia)cr. (Mat
thew, vl, 0)
is tenderly pleading for us. Ho plead with the
Father to" spate u, as the husbandman pleaded
for the tinfiiittful treej but He also pleads with
ns to forsake our lite of sin and follow Him in
pe.no and service
suggestions- tinw a pldure of an allsr whiih
In the old dispensation nnrked the place of wor-
ship, doth in sacrifice and interoefsien. Pra-v
al'0 the folded hands, indicating the pleading
life Mike tlie aplleation tu Jomis, who U ten
deily pleading fur us
Mnt a pi ee inus and comfoitlng thought tint
.tesin is pleading tor us This Is why we are
kept amidst blt-'a dangers, emnforted In life'a
sorrows and blessed in life s Journets,
nother lisn tn bo cinphastre-l todey Is the
iinpoil.iine of putei I, ie.it men of Cod hate
been great men In pratci In all cnciimstani ea
we need tn pi ty Tho pithwav to life's awvet
est hlcndiigs is pated with pra.tci,
night nt the door, or xvhether most
husbands nre Jealous, or how long one
should boll gieen corn. Maybe they feel
vitally Interested in the probability of
long sklrt continuing In ogue, or
whether n straight or a thiee-coinered
cap will he most stylish for the wait
ress, I don't know why they read It,
but I've caught them at It In street
enrs, trains and In the peace and quiet
of their family circles.
Pet haps who knows perhaps they
ate vainly struggling to gain a clue to
us; to find out our little game, as It
were; to learn the secret of how w
mnnage, through the vicissitudes of
time, and frivolity, of swoons nnd ath
letics, of freedom shrieking nnd almost
dlvlnn tenderness and pity, of folly and
the wisdom of Imtultlon, to keep them
guessing nnd keep them Interested,
They never nil be able to llnd out
from the "Woman's Page," bless their
dear hearts, but It serves to slop them
from asking questions, while they try.
Why do you read the Woman's Page,
and why do I the same? Ah, well, who
can tell? It Isn't because we can gain
a lucid idea from the fashion articles,
or from the smuidgy half-tone portray
als of nllpgtd triumphs In the way of
gowns, It Isn't because we have any
patience xvlth the made-up answers nf
Klla Wheeler Wilcox to her mythical
correspondents, or believe any person
on tho face of the earth could be silly
enough to write elown such questions
In black nnd white, it isn't because
we care a ginger cookey's worth about
tho ballot or what club life Is doing
for the unquiet sex, It Isn't because
we aie specially edified or uplifted, or
that we Intend to place In Jeopardy the
lives of our family by experimenting
xvlth the teclpe for waffles, or even
that xv e expect to bo made young by
following the complexion talks; It's
because oh, xvell! for the. same rpason
xve open our eyes every morning to sea
"the- hnughty day" filling "his blue urn
xvlth flte," It Is the wish not to miss
anything In life.
"The desire of the moth for the atar
(If the night for the morrow,
Tho rietotlon tn something o'ar
Fiom tho phero of our aorrow."
Special to the firanton TnbUie.
I'nlondnle, Aug, 16, Prof. James
Hughes, of Scranton, Joined his family
at the home of Mrs, J, p. Hass last
Saturdny night. Iln Is hete to spend
a brief vacation. Last Sunday ha
preached two very thoughtful sermons
In the Presbyterian church.
There xvlll be a union picnic of the
Presbyterian nnd Methodist Sunday
schools nt Crystal lake next Saturday.
Rev. W. D. Jenkins, of Wllkes-Barre,
Back it We
tn Other Word; H No
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nf1I.l1 UIL. Id OinUUIV wlUne unlv ao.con shares iittt.norach sold, The time
to sccuro this MocU nt nnv lirlcn Is before the gusher "comes 1m" nftcr thul llrnnnol bo bought
nt nnv price. It xvlll thcreforf be necessary to pl.ice your order nt once- feirixs mnnv (.hurt's as
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RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
New York, Ontario and Western
Time Table In I'eet Sunday. .June 21, 1101.
1 i" p. tu.
Nn. .1 ,
.10 nil a. in,
. 4 nil p. m.
11 ID a. in.
4 tl p.
tl 00 p. m.
. u pi p. Ill
Ar t'arlionelale, 6.10 p. m.
7 HI a. in.
in Pi a. in
7 (SI .1. in.
mill a. in.
10 1. in.
4 no p. in
I I p. tn.
BfXDUs OM,Y, MlllTlllHIlM).
lAite l.eate Urite
Sujntun ('arhonel.ile. ( ailosh,
ft. ill a, tn. I' 10 a. in 10 l'i a. in.
7.0U p in. XT. CarbfUidnlc. 7.4." p. in.
sol Til HOI Ml.
I.ejte l.eitc rrlte
Caelosla, Carlinndale. Siranton
T.no'a in. 7 tu a m.
4 SO ii, in. fi irt n in. ".' n in.
Trilns N'os 1, on wcok elats, and U, em snn
dajs, mike miln line innncetleuw tor New YorK
eltt, t'tic.1, Oneida, Osttceo and intermediate
Tiains Veis. 3 and 4 make Walton, Delhi, Haul
den snd Sidney connections.
For further Information consult t U Vet atrcnts.
.1 (' XMIKRsOV, O P x , New York.
J. K. .YI.I.MI, T. P. A., seiantnn.
visited his brother, Kp'. D. D. Jenkins,
for two cl.iys at the beglnnlnK ot tho
Mlsiei .Acjnes Mux ntul Mai-Rnret
Tinker are vlAlting at the I'an-Amerl-can.
Th yotinsr people held an li'o crcmn
Mielal on the laxxn of the Presbyterian
patsonafTP Ust Wednesday niRlit.
Very many compliment, are ren
deted, anil iper'0(lly, to the excellent
music lendeipel every Sabbath In the
Methodlt church. Last Sunday Mrs.
Hiewstor, from ItcaellnK, dollKhtPd tho
audience with two beautiful solos.
Prof. J. Hushes, wife and son xxero
entertained at supper at the home of
'Squlto 11. II. l.e-txls last Thursday
Mrs. Edwin Corey Is entPrtainitiB sev
eral lady boardets from Scianton.
Lyman Norton has teturnod after n
month's absence from home,
Anllliette W'plble, of t'arbondale. Is,
here to spend two xxeeks' vacation xtlth
Mrs. Nettle Taylor Is at Ocean Urovo.
The Merhndtst I'hnreli eilifleo la nn.
elerKolncr important tenovatlon under
tne supenntenetency ot lumen Ten-
. Tennnnt nnil wife nf Kiirnnlfin
... ........... ...... ....-, ... .............
have teturned homewatel after spend
InR seveial days xxith lelatlves here.
Millirlce IlnunilR nnil fninllx nra
visiting relatives In Chicago, They ex
pect to visit tne ran-Ainetican on ineir
Special to the Siranton Tribune,
Haxvley, Aiiu lfi. The funeral ser
x'lccs of Mrs Harvey Compton and
datiffhter, Verna ("!., xxho weto killed
by lightning, were held at their late
home, on IonK IlldBe, last Monday af
ternoon. Kveret Spettlgtie, of Honesdalp. and
Miss (Trace Spettlcue, of PhllllpsbiiiR,
weie the guests of MIs-h Knapp on Mon
day. Mr. Harniunnel, of Scranton. xas tne
gue.t of Leonard J.' Slmpklns last
Otto I.lebnow is the guest of his par
ents, after a visit In Coloiado,
Messrs, Olaf M, SpettlgiiP, Jr., and
Hany K. Stevens, of Honesdale, pient
Tnestlay evening here.
The AVaxw county christian Kn
deavor conxentloti will be held at Haxx
ley next year,
The Wayne county Haptlst associa
tion will convene at Honesdale, Wed
nesday, August 2S,
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Specrs will movo
to Port Jervls about September 1,
The Illustrated seimons nt the Rap
list church every Sunday evening by
Itev, W. S. Perry are highly apptrcl
ated, as s-hown by the largo attend
ance. P. J. How en, xxho lately purchased
the Babcock property, Is overhauling It
and puttlns It In good shapo for ten
ants. Oeorgo Schardt lias purchased the
Mnnley Oram property of the Uahcock
Mrs. Iago Jone.s, of Ashley, is visit
ing lelatlves In town.
One of the most pleasant of parties
was held last evening at the home of
Miss Alice Anderson. The happy guests
Indulged In the usual amusements.
After several solos had been rendered,
refreshments xvero solved.
The services at the Primitive Metho
cllst chutch xx 111 lie as usual, xvlth the
exception of Sunday school, which xvlll
be held at 2 p. m., Instead of 10 a. ni.
The Mnntlcelln, N. Y , Republican ol recent
date contained the lollottin! "The sacrament
ol the l.ord'a nipper will be celebrated at the
Methoeliat Kpiircpal church neat Sundiy morn
ing, There will also bo the reception cl jnem
here. W, C. Weeden, of New York city, IH
olna; at both mornlne and evening aervicei." Mr.
Weeden la tell known in Scranton ai the former
musical director at th Second Tieibt'tirlan
Cumber "Comes In
Schedule in Effect June S, 1001.
Trains leave Scranton:
0.45 n. m., veek dnys, through ves
tibule train from Wilkes-Barre.
Pullman buffet parlor car and
coaches to Philadelphia, via
Pottsville; stops at principal in
termediate stations. Also con
nects for Sunbury, Harrisburg,
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Wash
ington and for Pittsburg and tho
0.38 a. m., week days, for Sunbury,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Balti
more, Washington and Pittsburg
and the West.
2.18 p. m., xxeek days, (Sundays,
1.58 p. m.), for Sunbury, Harris
burg, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Washington and Pittsburg and
3.33 p. m., xveek days, through ves
tibule train from Wilkes-Barre.
Pullman buffet parlor car and
coaches to Philadelphia xria Potts
ville. Stops at principal inter
4.27 p. m., week days, for Hazleton,
Sunbury, Harrisburg, Philadel
phia and Pittsburg.
.1 It Hl'iriMNSOV, (Ten. Mgr.
J It. WOOD. On. Pass. Act.
Delaware. Lackawanna and Western
In Kffcet xiu.-. 11. Psll.
Trains Icate Scianton for .New ork At 1.10,
nno, 6 VS. " Vl and 10 05 a in; ii.i'i, S.Zn.
nil, ' ml and Suil p. in. lor New York and
Philadelphia 7 Mi and 10 HI a in , and 12.11 and
Il.l'i p in. Per Tulixliaiina At t 10 p. m. For
liurT.iln t Pi, fli.' nnd !hih. in. , l..m, 3 52, T.O".
nnd II l'i li. in. I'nr lllniiliimtnn and uay sta
ll, ins loin a tu and 1 l)i p. ni for 0een,
Stinnisi" and 1 tic.i- l.l'i and R.22 a. m.; 13(1
aiul .1. .", J p in. ilstt 'gn, .mmiiisc and L'tica
tiain at fi'2! a. in elalli, except Sunday. Fnr
Vemtinse-tiisi a in : 1 Hi and 7.0" p m.
siihelsnn aieiimnieidatlnr, 4.U0 and li.ix p. in.
Illoniiisliuri; lhxlsuin I'nr Xnrtliuniberland, at
(14-, nnd 10 0i a in ; 1 tl) and i! 10 p m. For
Pltinniith. .it s 10 a in ; .1 .V, and ! (H p. m.
Sunday Tiains-I'nr New otk, 1.40, a.nn, 5..5
and lu ul a in ; .tin. .1 15 nnd SOU p tn. For
Ilufljli. 1.15 .ind ft il a in, I .in, .t.V, 7.0
and 11 .l'i p in. Fur nin-rlianitnn and tear sta
tions uisi ind 10 JU a in. ninonisburic riltisinn
l.eate N rantmi, 10 Ol a. ni. and fi 10 p. m.
Lehigh Valley Railroad.
In KtTcet .lune 2, liol.
'li.nns Icate N.raiitou:
For l'liil.idflphii and New York via D. & H.
II. It, at H 41 .ind 'i"S a ni , and 2.1", 4.27
I lll.ii k liMtiii'iid Kxpressi, ami 11. wi p. m. Sun
tin.. 1) A II. It. It. 1 .'. '? p. m.
For While lUicn, llizlomn and principal
points in the ciul icfc-lons, ti.i II k II. Ft. It.,
1. 11, .' Is and 1 27 p. in. Foi Pottstllle, 6.41 a
ni , 2 is p. m
For Ilitlililiiin. Faslnn, Headinc, Harnshunt
and principal inleiincili.ile rlatlnns tia P. A' li
lt It, nil, !:t a. in j 2.I-. 1.27 (Black Dia
niond Kxpiesa), 11 .0 p. m, Pundajs, U. A- II,
It II., : a. m : 1 5-, 8.27 p m.
For Tiinkh.iiinnck, Tnanda, Khnira, Ithaca,
fiineta and pilnilpil intermediate stations, xia
I) . I,, k V. II. It . S 10 a. in and 3 10 p m.
For (ieneta, Rochester. IliirTal", Maj:rx Falls,
1 hiiJRo and all points es, tla p. A II It. R ,
7 4, 11 AI a. m . 1 2', ft ,'H lllhek Plininnd Kx
press), 7 4a PUt. 11 10 p. m. Mindaia, I). A II,
It It , II 51, 8.27 p. m
Pullman parlor and sleeping or ".ehiith Villey
pailor ens on all trains between Wilkes. rum
and Sew lork, Philadelphia, PulTalo and Sus.
ItOI.I.IN II. Wll.nt It, (icn. iMipt., 2H Cortland
street. New loile
C'll VRLF.1 'i. I.KF. (ieu. Pass. Act., 2H Cortland
street, Netv Ynik
A. NOVNF.MM IIIIll, Iln. Pass. Aet., South
For lukiis and I'lillunn resertatlons apply tu
SOI I.iekawanua atenue, M rantnn, Pa.
Delawore nnd Hudson.
In F.fTict .lune fi, 1001.
Trains for Carbondale leate soranten at ft 20,
e rn, 5 11, 10 1.1 a in , I2.ii, 1 20, 2 4, 3 j,
520. H2. 7 17, 0 11, II 20 n ni ; l.I a m
For Honesdale and l.akn Lodore, fi 20, 10 13 a,
m ; 2 41 and 120 p in.
For Wilkea Hane II. 7 t, Ml, 1 3S, 10.41
a. m ; 12 01, 1 2. 2.1-, S13, 127, 6.10, 7,4-,
10 II, 11. ..11 p in.
Fori. Y H It l'omts-fi.45, 0 35 a. m.; q.18,
4 27 and 11 -ai p in
For I'eiuistltxnii It. It. pointa 6 15, 0.33, 2 ,,
3 .11 and I 27 p m
For xlbanv and all polnla north " 20 a pi,
and 3 52 p. nt.
For t'arbnndale-S 10, U 33 a. w.i 2.41, 3.SJ,
.1.52 and 10 52 p. m.
For Wilkes Ilaire 9.(5 a. m.J 12.0.1, 158, 3 23,
6 32 and f 12 p. 111.
For Alhanv and points north--3 1! p m.
For Honesdile and Lake Lodore S 10, 11.31
a m. and 3 .12 p m.
Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Stations in New lork-Foot ol Liberty itreet,
N. It., and -uith Pent
TIMB TM1I.F IN 1 f'FI CT U'NB SO, pi
Trains leate -.cranmn (or New York, !ftwark,
Plinabetli, I'hiladc-lphu, Ka-ston, Flethlehem,- AI
lentottn, Miueh Chunk and While Haten, at fc1
a ni ; expiew, 1. 10, express, 4uo p. m. Sin
date, 2 1.1 p. in.
I'm- I'ltiston ind Wilkes ftirre, 8 55 a, rn.itnO
and t.Oel p in. Sundata, 2 11 p. m.
For nillluiore and Waahincton and pointa
South and West xlx Helhleheni, .55 a, m.. Ill
and i mi p in. Mindavs, 2 1.1 p. ni.
For lamif Ilramli, Oiean l.rnte, etc., at 8.55
a in. ithrniisli inaihl. and 1 10 p m. "
For lleadliic Lebinon and ll.irrlbini, via sxl
lentnwii, s 15 a in and 1 10 p, m. Sundays,
2 15 p in. .
For Pottstllle, Slla tn , 1 10 p. nt.
For Mountain Pail, J 55 a. in., 1.10 and 4 (VI
lluous-h th lets tn all points put, aouth and
tecst at lowest rales at III." station.
C 1 IllltT. Oen. Pass. xct.
J. II. OI.IIAl'SKV. Oen. Supt.
Erie Raihoad, Wyoming Division.
Tralna for llawley and Intermediate pointa leave
Scranton as fojlmvsj: No, 2, 7 10 a in, 1 No, ,4,
8..10 a in ; No, ii, 145 p m , No S, 5 JO p. m
Nos. 2 and rt throned trains lor New 5rk.
Arrixals No. 1, 11 a mi No 3, 10 30 a, m.,
No. 5, J. 1.5 p. m.i .No, 7, f 15 p ,m. Trilns oa
i and 7 are throush trains Irnm Xetv York.
Deparliirea No. SO, 9 . rn.i No. 21, 2 p. ni
Arrnalt No. 21, 12.15 p. tu,r'o. 23, .15 t, in.