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April 22, 1915
loon League Convention, to be held
in Atlantic City, New Jersey, July 6,
to 9, will contribute largely, and will
be the greatest demonstration against
the liquor traffic this country has
TALKS WITH MONEY.
(Continued from page 13.)
experience. Even yet you personally
learn by mistakes, just as you learn
ed to walk when a child by frequent
‘‘Besides it is far more important
that you and all other Christians be
come faithful stewards and do what
you think is right as God —not some
one else —gives you to see the right,
with his share of your gains than to
worry over the disposition of their
tithe by other stewards. ‘lf any man
lack wisdom let him ask of God who
giveth to all men liberally' and up
“If God were as impatient of the
mistakes of his children as they are
of the mistakes, real or supposed, of
each other, he would not be the God
you worship and try to serve.’'
GREAT ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE
TO MEET IN ATLANTIC CITY.
(Continued from page 6.)
«C. A., or District or Annual Associa
tions, Synod or Conventions of a re
ligious body, or by any State Board
■of Trustees or State Headquarters
‘Committee or any other organization
co-operative with the State Depart
ment. Each local organization as in
dicated in the above is entitled to one
•delegate and one alternate.
If pastors, Y. M. C. A. secretaries
.and others entitled to representation,
will forward at once the names and
addresses of their delegates and al
ternates to the Anti-Saloon League of
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(Continued from page 11.)
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and although they were near enough
to distinguish clearly now the luxu
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on their oars.
(To Be Continued.)
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