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AN IMPRESSIVE SCENE.
Tribut* of Patter Ruttall at Albart
Hall to Late King Edward.
IFrunt the Leeds Yurkshire Poet.)
Piistor UudHell uf Hrooklyii Tnb^rnn-
I'lo, ilu* jfnnit Amcrk-iiii pmu’lier, wbo
Is now uij a tcmr tit ihlH country, prof-
urtHl his n>iuHi‘kti to n liufjc audionco
ill tlie Alb(>rt hull hiHt ulght with the
*'ln UiTinauy I kMiruiMl o( Ibo df^uth
of your moimivh. I^dward
VII. 1 nnilized tbut nut your uatU«
bur all ('hrintendotu, bad hut
fin uiiol>truNlvti but wUe counselor, a
power for poiue and good will aiuont;
iiion. I tuke this uii|K>r(unlty to ox*
preKs to tliU groat audleucu uiy nyu>-
putby. whkh. I nssuro you, Is sbnreJ
by the jjroni majority of my AmorU'uu
founiryuifu. My llrst thought was
that out of roNptM-t for the llliiatrloiis
d(‘ad, blN family and tbo uatiou thin
Ht’rvlco eboultl be postponed, !>ut my
seionil tiiougbt was to the contrary.
Siuvly at no more fltting hour could
we cnh>ld(>r ‘the great beroafter.’
Tb»re i», thnnk tJod, a herertfter for
kings as well pensoiitD. Itoyal
mournerR and u mourning nation need
a inossnge from tbHl’s word parlitu-
Inrly now, and, 8lu4'e no more repre
sentative audience will probably as*
; semble In thla capital of the »*tnplre, !
; have a suggestion to offer, wbioh I
trust will have your approval. It H
I that before ofTering prayer we show
our Hynipathy for the royal family In
tlieir bereavenu»nt by standing ”
After about a minute, while silent
' prayer waH offereil. Pastor Uussell of-
. fered prayer generally and requested
' the grent audience to sing one yerse
of “NVnrer, My God, to Theo.” The
wbole soene was very Imprestilve.
Spring and Sum
mer styles on sale - T^ow!
If anything a little hit smart
er and more exclusive than
usual. The kind you see
on Paris houJevards - Fifth
Avenue too. Every last and
leather that a woman could
possibly want at any time.
A. L. STAINBAOK,
Weldon, N. C.
The American Preacher's Address In
City Hall, Qlaegew.
(Prom the Glasgow llcralil ]
Pastor V. T- Kussell of New York
nddressed a ‘rowdiHl meeting In Mio
city ball, (llasgow, yesterday evening.
As 4'bAlrinan of the International Itible
Stud4‘n(H' assm'latlon be U at present
engaged in a Kunipeun tour for the
purpose of explaining tbe doctrines of
the Bible in a scries of discourses
which take the form of religions lec
tures. Since leaving America be has
conducted ineetingH in the Holy Land
and the principal continental cities,
and In the course uf bis present visit
to this country, which he has toured
on four previous occasions, he has ad-
dresstHl two meetings In the Albert
hull. Loiidon, where his eloquence and
convlnc^jg style of preaching have at-
tractel large audiences. In the city
ball last night Mr. Russell's subject
was "The Overthrow of Sutan’s Km-
plre." This evening he will lecture In
Duudeo. and tomorrow' he will nppenr
In Kdlnburgh. On leaving Scotland he
will cross to Ireland, where he wMlI
visit Belfast and Publln.
New Sumer ^oodsll
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our new goods for spring and summer.
II. J. KAPLIN t ROANOKE RAPIDS, N. C.
THE BANK OF WELDON
WELDON, N. C-
Orfanlzed Under the Laws of the State of North Carolina,
AUGUST 20TH, lli9a.
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HaliFax County Depository.
Town of Weldon Depository.
Caiiital and Surplos, $45,000.
For more than 17 years this institution has provided ba^ikinff facili
ties for this aeetion. Ita Btockholders and directors have been identified
with the businest intereats of Halifax and Northampton couotiea for
raaDy years. Money ie loaned upon approved seciirity at the legal rate of
interest—aix per centum. Accounts oi all are solicit^.
The surplus and undivitied profits having reached a sum equal to the
Cai>ital St^k, the Bank has, commencing January 1, 191)8, established a
Savinn Department allowing interest on time deposits as follows: For
Deposits allowed to remain tnree months or longer, 2 per cent.
months or longer, 3 per eent. Twelve months or longer. 4 percent.
For further iaformation apply to the President or Casnier.
YACHT FOR GOSPEL WORK.
Pastor RuiieM to Work Among Sailors
In the Port.
[Prom the New Vork AmorlcHn, June 4,
Pastor Russell, president of the Peo*
pl» Pulpit Asaociatlon, was yesterday
present(>il, for Chrlstiun misjioti work,
tlie fully etjulpped and seaworthy
Angel, a naphtba ami sailing ya'ht.
She Is about 125 feet over all. lias seat
ing cnpa«’lly In dining HubH)ti for seven
ty persons and Is pre|>ared for main
deck meetings In fair wealher.
As Indicated by Pastor Itussell lu his
acceptance of the vessel, uniijue work
will lie undertiikcn in New York bar-
lK>r. It Is said the meetings on boiirl
the Angel wit! l>e advertised from day
today. Rtatfng her moorings as wed as
the languiige of the speaker. Thus all
who desire may keep lu touch with
this w itness of the "gospel of ghid tid
ings to all nations."
“Forlunately, my friends, this gift Is
not wholly a surprise to me,” suld Pas
tor Kusseil In accepting it. *‘I had
Intimations and was In touch with
some of you respecting the Angil
NeverthelesH I am at a loss for lUting
words wherewith to express my apj»re-
elation of your loving 7.e»tl in followin':
a suggestion I dntpped respe‘ting the
soul needs of the sailors of all nation
alities visiting this great port.
‘i^t me. then, briefly say I accept
your gift, not In my own name, but in
the name of tbe Peoples Pulpit Asso
ciation—as Its trustee. If you please.
May the Angel always and lu every
language suund forth tbe praises of
the God of all groce!
PASTOR RUSSELL RETURNS.
A Two Matted Schooner Presented to
Him For Religious Work.
[From the Brooklyn Eagle, June 3, 1910.]
Among the [lassengers who arrived
on the Lusitania this morning was tbe
Rev. C. T. Uussell. pastor of tbe Brook
lyn Tabernacle. HU arrival was await
ed by a uu:uber of friends, who pre
sented him with a two masted schoon
er for missionary work about tbe har
The schooner that w'as given Pastor
Russell w’as right on the job as the
Lusitania began warping In. From
one mast of the sailing vessel to the
other v.as ptrung an enormous piece
of bunting bearing tbe words **Tbe
Angel," that being the name of tbe
rraft. Below' was a sign reading *‘God
Is Love.*’ and a third sign with a re
ligious admonition followed.
Talking of bis trip abroad, Pastor
Russell said he expected that witbln
five years Jcw*s would begin returning
to Palestine to make that country their
home. Tbe preacher visited Palestine
during his trip and said he found evl*
dences constantly of a steady progress
of tbe Zionist loovement
SIMMONS IIVER REGULATOR
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I use. And while wailing your call they will draw inicresi. |
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Do you think you can manage
me when we are married, Edith?
Yes; I am an awful fellow some
times, 1 tell you.
I am indeed!
Well, if 1 can’t I’m sure mother
PASTOR KUSSELL I.N CUAUACTICUISTia ATTITUUliL
A MISSIONARY SCHOONER.
One Was Presented to Pastor RuieeH
For Harbor Work,
[FVom the New York Times, Juno 4, 1910.1
The Rev. C. T. Itussell of Brooklyn
received a sun»rtse on his arrival on
tbe Cunard liner Lusitania yesterday.
Uis friends presented to him a two
masted si'booner for missionary work
in and about this port.
They not only gave him tbe receipt
for tbe craft, but she was waiting
alongside the (’unurd pier with many
flags flying as o welcome to her new
owner. From one mast to another was
strung a long canvas bearing tbe In
scription “God Is Love" and tbe name
of the schooner, the .\ngei. There
were other inscriptions of a religious
character waving lu the wind.
England’s Leading Daily's Opinion of
Brooklyn's Qraat Preaclier.
[From the LonUuti Dally Mail.]
Gnu of Amerli*a's most remarkable
men. Pastor Uussell of Brooklyn tab
ernacle, who Is by common consent the
*nost prominent pulpit orator in the
United States, has recently arrived in
London. He is the Spurgeon of Amer
ica and is visiting in Kngland in con
nection with tbe May meetings.
BACK FR^ PALESTINE.
Pastor Ruseelt'e Return From Visiting
Holy Land and Egypt.
[From N. V. ileruld, tiunday, June i. imi
Pjistor Uussell of the Brooklyn Tab
ernacle has returned from a trip to tbe
Holy Land and Kgypt anl will address
the public today at tbe Brooklyn Acad
emy uf Music. Mr. ^issell has cer
tain interesting Ideas regarding liio
Great Pyramid and Its symbolic teat-h-
ing and believes tbe time is at hand
for tbe return of Nrael to Palestine.
He Is a very pronounced bi'llevcr In
tbe Zlonlstic movement.
Tbe present is the second visit to tbe
Pyramid and to Palestine, tlie land
ouce Israel's. In one if bis works pub-
UsIiihI tnore than twenty years ago Mr.
Russell ap|»llcd certain measurements
of iiyranild passages, an Inch for a
year, as symbolically showing the
lengtii of divine favor upon tlie .lews
from tbe time they became a nation
down to the year A. 1». TO, when .leru-
salem was destroyed and tbe .lewlsh
In the same work be declared also
that eertaiu passageways symbolically
indicated the length of time during
which tiie nation of Israel would i>e
cut off from any and all special mani
festations of divine fav>r, and when
i this would end tbe favor of God would
again rcturQ to tliein.
GOD’S STONE WITNESS
THE GREAT PYRAMID.
The Ijiclents tn recounting tbe Seven Wondera of tbe World, placed at
the head of tbe list, tbe Great Pyramid, its Interior passage ways evtdantly
symbolically represent the Ages and Dispensations lu tii« Divine Government
In connection with humanity. Its witness Is only beglnnbug to go out to the
world of mankind. It is commonly credited to tbe foolishness of an Egyptian
King. Such claims as to the other Pyramids which are Inferior to this oaa,
are not questioned, but tbe great Pyramid evidently was constructed under
Ditlne supervision. In symbolic language the Pyramid Interprets Itself if fig*
ured an inch for a year. Tbe downward passage way from tbe entrance to
the bottomleaa pit represents the way traversed by tbe human race to death.
The ascending passage way represents an escape from death and corresponds
to the giving of the Law to Isrsel, "if ye do these things yo shall live by
them." The Intervening years to tbe end of Jewish favor, A. D. 32, has lU
exact fulfillment lu Pyramid Inches, bringing us to the (irand (iailery, which
symbolises the Goepel Age, the pc^rlod of tbe High Calling, tbe lA)rd oomlng
“that we might have life and that more ainnuianrly." The grand scheme of
Hi§h itihumihv^we. —
THB ORBA.T PYRAMID WHICU PASTOR itUSSKLL BKLIBVES HAS
8TMBOUO BIBLICAL SIGNIFICANCE.
Pyramid psmgt way measupements tells us that the Gospel Age is soon to
end and that the time for Divine favor to return to Israel is about do*. Tba
measurements seemingly say that by 1916 tbe Jews should be re-eetabllsbed
In their Promlied Land.
Xhe Pyramid covers an area of about 18 acres; is 480 feet high, and T64
fMt broad tt Its l>u*. It t» Mtliuat*d to welgti about 6,000,0(X) tou. It con
tain* itoaM wolgblut tbrav or four tlm» ■■ much on* of tbo obtlWn.
Bom« of tbo itono* aro thirty foet tn tongth, and fit ao ctoaety togatbar tbat
you may ran a pan knlfa over tbr aurfaca wttbout dtacoTariDg tbe biaaki ba-
twaan tbam. Tbara la now no macblnary ao perfgct tbat It wilt maka two
anrfacaa tbiity faat In langtb wbtcb will meat togatber aa tbeaa woodarful
atonaa In tba Oraat Pyramid, tta four corner itonei are aunlian In tba aartb
In faliUlmant of Job rixvlll, 8-T. It ti suppoied to bava been built B. 0. MTO,
at wblcb tlma the alar, Draconta, aymboltitng death, looked dow* tk* da-
acaadinc paaaagaway, and at wblcb time tbe Pleladea wan In line and looked
down tha aaoMdlo* puaagawaya leading to life, tbe PlaUdaa rapreaaatinc tba
tkrooa of Jakorah, tha wnrea of all Ufa-glTlng power.
It is a good thing Christmas
doesn't come in the spring.
My wife would be sure to give
me a lawn mower.
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“Well,” asked St. Peter, ]
■'ivhat huve you evenlone that '
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deliberately did any one on j
earth a great wrong." |
“That is merely negative I
goodnei^a. We have a separate i
heaven for peoi>le whose sole |
claim is that they never did ;
anything wrong. They go in i
with the ones who were defee- i
tive mentally—the weaklings. ;
Didn't you ever feed an orphan
or comfort a widow 'i" \
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that I never did. You see, I
never came in personal contact |
with orphans who were hungry 1
or widows wlio needed com- j
"Never caused a brutal driver
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man who was worthy?" i
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by tlie way, once when I was ;
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car a man who sat in the seat'
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der a long brown hair. With- i
out saying anything to him j
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man, and—” !
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for your harp and crown!”
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WoKlon, N. C.
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