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Jesse Lasky, the movie magnate,
was talking about the woes of post
war foreign travel.
"In Paris the other day," he said,
"I met an American In the bar of one
of the hotels de lu*e.
? " 'It is costing me here in this hotel,'
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THE CITY DOG
"I'm a dog and I live In the city.
Tm a nice dog, too, a good-sized
"I'm treated so
well, and when ray
family can they
take me out in
the country so I
can have long
runs, and In the
summer they go
to the country.
"If It were not
for the family .1
wouldn't care so
much for the city,
for city life is
hard on a flog.
"St ! 1 1, I am
treated so well.
Some city dogs
It It Fun, Too." aren't treated
\ well at all. Gra
cious, it makes me mad when I see the
way some of them are treated.
"They're not even allowed the full
length of their leashes, but they're held
so close and made to walk just so. i
I'd like to see the people who hold
those leashes do as they expect the
dogs to do.
"Some of them strike the dogs if .
they pull on their leashes at all.
"They make the dogs cowed and !
wretched. Oh, how wrong, how
dreadfully wrong it Is.
"The people who do such things j
should be made to spend all their |
lives that way, in little bits of apart- j
raents and then taken out for little ;
bits of walks and struck if they don't !
act ? well? almost as though they
weren't alive !
"It makes my family angry, too,
and they often speak to people they
see treating their dogs in this fashion.
"'It is terrible,' they say to these j
people, 'that you can have a dog at j
your mercy like that. You should be |
at the mercy of someone who would '
treat you as you're treating that dog,
and then you would know what that
dog suffers and how miserable Is his
"Oh, yes, my family speak to people
who do not treat their animals well.
Sometimes the people get very angry,
but my family do not mind.
"And sometimes the people are
ashamed. And l'iu glad when they are
ashamed, for then I hope they will
improve and see things in a different
"But I mustn't talk on this subject,
for it makes me sad.
"I started in to tell you something i
of my life and of what I see in the j
"Well, outside the second story win
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second lloor, or whatever you want to
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"There 011 the suuny days the1 fam
ily put a pillow for nie, and I put my
head and front paws out of the win
dow upon the pillow.
"I cannot full, and the greater part
of me is inside the room. But there
I get the loveliest sunshine and I see
all the excitements. The neighbors
say they like to watch me.
"I put my head down on my paws
and I look up the street for awhile
und then I look down the street.
"I look in front of me and I look
about me, just as I've seen people do
who look out of windows, and it la
"I so enjoy the sights. Yes, a city
dog does see plenty of sights. Some
times a Are engine or two or three
"Everything makes room for them!
And I see dogs on the street and I
see pigeons llylng about and walk
ing, too, along the street ? right In the
middle of the road.
"They're very quick about always
getting out of the way of anything
that comes along.
"Then I can see into the house
across the way. There Is a little
blind boy In that house, and he has
inaqy pet canaries.
"The canaries come out of the cage
on the sunny days ? In fact whenever
they want to, It
would appear ?
and the window
Is closed so no
harm can come
"And they perch
on the boy's
shoulders and on
his head and on
his fingers. Thej
all seem to 'Be
such; good friends.
I've seen the boy
playing a musical
Instrument and I
could tell by look
ing that they
were all having a
see children, and I can tell they are
standing on their tiptoes by the way
they're taller then than at other times.
And they see extra things that way.
"It seems a nice idea to be able to
get on the tips of the toes and see
extra sights. Tiptoes or the tips of
toes almost make up to children, I
should think, for not having four
legs ! >
"These are some of the thoughts of
this city dog! I hope you will
my way ftometlmes so that I may see
you. I so love to see children."
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?(PROVED UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL '
' Lesson ' i
(By REV. P. B. KITZWATER, D. D?
Teacher of English Bible fo the Moody
Bible Institute of Chicago.)
Copyrlirht, 1923. Western Newspaper Union.
LESSON FOR APRIL 15
JOSEPH, THE PRESERVER OF HIS
LESSON TEXT? Genesis
GOLDEN TEXT? Honor thy fath?*
and thy mother, that thydaysmaybe
long upon the land which the Lord
thy God glveth thee. ? Exodus 2012
REFERENCE MATERIAL ? Joshua
24:32; Psalm 105:16-22; Hebrews 11.11
^PRIMARY TOPIC ? Joseph Forgiving
JUNIOR TOPIC ? Joseph, tho Forgiv
'Dfl4TERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP
IC? Joseph as Son an<L^r?*h?TrT TOP.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP
IC? The Inspiring Example of Josepn.
While the climax of the story Is
reached In Joseph's revelation to his
brethren yet his life should be briefly
sketched In order to get the full force
of this climax.
I. Loved by His Father; Hated by
His Brethren (Genesis 37). The be
trayal of the father's partiality in
creased his brothers' hatred for him.
His dreams were prophecies of Gods
dealing with them. '
II. Sold Into Slavery (Genesis 37).
So intensely did they hate him that
they proposed to kill him. This mur
derous purpose was turned aside by
the proposition to sell him into slav
ery. They sold him to merchantmen
who were going down into Egjpt and
in turn they sold him as a slave.
III. Cast Into Prison (Genesis 39).
While serving as a slave he was false
ly accused and sent to prison. Jo
seph's character had so Impressed
potlphar that he doubted his wlfe'8
charges against hiin. If he had be
lieved her he would have put this
Hebrew slave to death.
IV. Made Prime Minister (Genesis
41). Though falsely accused and Im
prisoned the hand of the Lord was so
upon him that he was soon exalted to
the throne of Pharaoh.
V. His Dealing With His Brethren
(Genesis 41-44).' He dealt harshly
with them, desiring to test their char
acters before revealing himself to
VI. Joseph Reveals Himself to Hi#
Brethren (Genesis 45:1-15).
1. Alone With His Brothers (vv
1-2). When his pent-up emotions could
no longer be restrained he ordered all
the men to withdraw. Here alone
with his brethren he made himself
known to them. There are some emo
tions too sacred to disclose in the
presence of unsympathetic men.
2. Conscience Smitten Brothers (v.
3). When Joseph disclosed his iden
tity they stood condemned In his pres
ence. They were smitten with a guilty
conscience. A score of years before
they had put him into a pit to die, but
later lifted him out and sold him Into
slavery. Now they are before him with
reversed positions. They are at his
mercy. Some day every man shall
face his sins unless they be canceled
in the blood of Jesus.
3. Divine Providence Interpreted
(vv. 4-8). (1) His gri<cious invitation
(v. 4). "Come near, I am your broth
er." How like the Savior. He is say
ing unto sinners who have wronged (
him, "Come near, I am your brother." j
(2) "Be not grieved" (v. 5). He sought (
by these words to allay the distress
in which his brothers were. Jesus Is
saying the same kind words to repent
ant sinners today. (3) "God sent me ,
to preserve life" (vv. 5-8). God turned j
the wicked thoughts of these brethren '
to good. God is today making the
wrath of men to praise him. All that
Satan can do but furthers God's pur
poses. The very wicked thoughts of
these brothers In attempting to de
stroy Joseph were turned to the pres
ervation of their lives.
4. Joseph's Message to His Father
(vv. 9-13). (1) "God hath made me
Lord of Egypt" (v. 9). He made them
hasten to his father with the assur
ance that God had elevated him to a
place of lordship In Egypt. (2) Urgent
Invitation (vv. 9-10). His father
is invited to come, bringing his
children, grandchildren and flocks.
This must have been a great and joy
ful surprise to Jacob when famine and
death were facing him. (3) Promise of
nourishment during famine (v. 11).
Jospeh did not alio# his prosperity to
make him selfish. His character stood
the test of prosperity. (4) Tell father
of all my glory In Egypt (v. 13). This
was not boasting but an effort to con
vince his father of his ability to care
5. Joseph's Forgivtag Love (vv. 14
15). Joseph weeping upon the neck
of his brethren is a most touching
scene. There was entire forgiveness;
there was full reconciliation. This
transcendant scene causes Joseph's
character to shine forth in Its true
As If It Were Plate.
Great Js he who enjoys his earthen
ware as if it were plate, and not lest
great is the man to whom all his plate
Is no more than earthenware. ? Seneca
The excessive pleasure we feel in
talking of ourselves, ought to mak^
us apprehensive that we afford llttlf
to our hearers. ? Rochefoucald.
'' The All-Pervading Spirit.
The spirit of God is not Imprisoned
In the Bible nor limited to It.
rilil ' II f
For Infants and Children.
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Small Boy Must Have Retired From
That Particular Encounter in
At a point during the course of an
address before members of the Cara
van club the other day, Representative
William D. Upshaw of Georgia had
occasion to bo "reminded" of a cer
tain vaudeville p?rformer whose imi
tation of doss comprised the chief fea
ture of his act.
"On his way to the theater in the
small town where he was appearing,"
said the congressman, "the actor was
accosted by a youth who wanted to
know if 'he wasn't the man down to
the Palace theater who barked like
"'Yes,' replied the imitator, rather
complimented on being recognized.
" 'Gee,' laughed the boy, 'I got yn
beat when It comes to makin' noises
like a dog.'
"That may be true,' snapped back
the performer, 'but, then, you must re
member I had to learn It.' " ? Ex
The Wise Critic.
"I read that book you wrote about
ancient history," said Lowbrow, "and
I can't say much for it ; the* are too
many mistakes in It."
"How so?" inquired the surprised
"Well, one thing made me laugh.
You said a guy named Epicurus was
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C. That kills him off before he was
English "Upper Classes" Proved Not
to Have Been Dependent on
Belies of "ye olden days" show that
beer was brewed on their own estates
by the nobility In very ancient days.
On the site at present occupied by
Hay Hill' once stood a farmhouse be
longing to the Berkley estate, which
comprised the land upon which Devon
shire house stands. Recent clearing
away of debris In the fine old gardens
has brought to light the old vaults be
longing to the original farmhouse,
which dated back from the late Tudor
period. When Berkley street was cut
through In 1600 the old farmhouse was
pulled down, but only to the street
level, so that the original vaults have
been found preserved below the street
The brewing house has l>een cleared
of debris. Brickwork believed to go
back beyond 1G00 has been found, and
It Is believed that the two mash tubs
bearing the lettering "D.D.," now on
view in the vaults of Devonshire house,
were brought from the original brew
ery. ? London Mall.
Bird Well Named.
We are told that Pliny named the
ptarmigan Lagopus owing, it is
thought, to the close resemblance of
the bird's feet to the feet of the hare ;
the legs being thickly covered with
short feathers right to the very claws.
This thick, warm clothing of the legs,
increased in winter, is in direct adap
tation to the need of a bird, most of
whose life is spent on mountain snow
field or cold plains.
What to Eat and Why
A Natural Supply of Vitamin
The word "Vitamin" is new, but
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Many of our modern, "refined"
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Grape-Nuts digests easily and
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Youll find better health and fit
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