JBaIN THEca EASTER LILY V. Ii ' " fk -.ft'- v flom' 'v' imira I "Cbriet l& Risen" fln eaeter Story z Consider Che Xylites I Of the field By CHARLES KINQSLKY. J?M I HAS lias HiIh lext to do with i Hunter duy? Ul us Hi Ink kl awhile. Life nud death, life conquered by death oud dentil MMRMtSi again by life. Tboae were the mysteries over which the iih-h of old nun- thought, often till their henrU were nud. And because our forefathers were a ad and earneit folk, because they lived In a and and dreary climate, where whiter wn fur lunger nnd more bitter than It In, thank Hod, uow, therefore, ull their tlmiuflits iiU.nl win ter 11 ml spring were Bad and they grew to deamlr at last of life ever con quering death or light conquering dark MCA And then- no strangely does God's gift of hope linger In the hearts of men they bii w he) oud nil that a dim dreii m of a new hen ven nud a new earth In whlrh should dwell righteous ness, nud of n new sun, mora Ik-buII-ful than ours; of a woman railed vl.lfo." hid Hiir.. while ull the world around her mum destroyed, fed mi the BBorulug dew. preset ved l ! the m it her of a new und huler rnco of men. Ami ft It them, hint Inns they Mile, loiil M lilhpeivd that Christ Bhould Milne duy bring life and lm iiiMtiility to light "So It plcused Hie rather," snys St. 1'aul. "to Kiitlicr together 111 Christ nil thing, wle'ther In h. ,n i n or In e.n Hi ." in bin Meie faMllad mil aWffj than fullllled the illin hniulii.H. the child like drcutns of hen tin u pOttl and sages in. I of our own uncestors from whom BiitiK- lie kj the . I." Iru of all iiutlous, for whom all "en. longing. though they knew It not And uow we may see. It seems to me. what the text has to do with ICanter day. He not anxious. ays our Lord, for your life. Is not the life more than meat? There la au eternal life, which depeuds not on earthly food, but on the will aud work of iod. your Father, and that life In you will conquer death. Consider the lilies of the Held. All the wluter they are dead, unsightly roots, hidden lu (he earth. What ran come of them? Hut no soouer does the sun of spring shine on their graves than they i-Ikc Into sudden life aud beauty as It pleases Jud. aud every awed takes Its own peculiar body. Even so Is the resurrection of the dead. -for Hi M Pl., " I Ml v giDgj a s LI W I ' I I B II 1 IN the Church of St. Vastly, situ ated In Ibe fashionable quarter of Moscow, the majority of the Kinder worshipers were men and women who belonged to the "gen ii y." Hut the servants and artisan nnd clerks mingled freely among their lurda nnd principals, for on this morn Ing all were brothers and ulsters. A little to one side, at the foot of tbe i ollln containing the Image which 1b al ways used In the Kinder rites, a young girl was supporting on her arm an old woman. The girl's face was pale but nullum with n spiritual adoration. Her lnn- blue eyes were fixed upon apace; her lips were slightly parted. Not far away a young man leaning against a pillar stood atntuellke with hla ayes flxid upon the girl He, too, waa pale, but his eyes shone with adoration of tilings not altogether spiritual. Slowly the fntnt dawn shone through I ho stained glass windows, dimming the lights of the blinking candle Bud leuly the organ pen led forth a Joyous I otic, a chorus of voices thundered out the words. "Christ bus arisen." Them was an Instant hindi among the wor- Iiiprri, mid then one and all answered ;..yeusly: "Illeased are wet Christ has Indeed irtsen!" The young girl at the foot of the cof 'In turned to ber mother, exclaiming loyonsly, "Xlolher, Christ has arlMen," nnd with her pretty lips still pnrted he Imparted the triple kiss iikmi her mother's cheeks slid mouth The youug man approached her tim idly. "Kedora," ho aakl In n aoft, pleading mice, "let us rejoice." Kbe looked up at him with that same Impersonal gnxe In her eyea and smiled at him as If In blessing. "Tea, let us rejoice, for Christ has Indeed arisen," she answered softly, lifting her face to him lie lient over her ami they I 'Xfhniigcd the triple kla mechanically. "Ami now Hint our hearts ore purged, i ish.ra, 1 ask you to forglvo me. I-et our ipisrrel end lu ieace," be pleaded The xrli-l flushed, and for a inouient. the ardor awakened by her religious ' i ui.-i i..i ts illiuiiieil, ber lips iH.ut. .1 Man." aha said, after n moment of In dei Islou. "I do forgive you. Mother wishes It. Is It not so?" Hhu tinned to her mother. Iau silently exehniiged the triple Uhm with I he me: her, "Hut. I'edorn," he said, turning again to the girl, "It Is not only for toilny .mi have forglen me, 1 It? 1 ciinuot ii. ir to think that." Agnlu the girl's brow clouded Hie . h.se.i her eyes 'i inl aaaaajaji hei.ir u.s if she tin-1 not beard Mill. lei. .i.i and hir ther walked slow ly lo the end of the sldewulk. where their carriage awaited them. Ivan fol lowed eugerly, as If feurful of losing the opportunity of suylng more t.,w.nd tbe rtK.-oiieiiintioii Safari entering the . urrluge Kedoru dlil.li.l the i..nieut.s of her purse among the beggura who lined the walk. Her mother smiled. "ledora." fallens) Ivan, "you are ao kind to the beggars, will you not be kind to me too?" "I have gjlveu all my money away," ahe uuswered, with a bit of roguish ness lu ber smile He flung bU purse to the beggars. "You know that I want to know only If we are to be friends again," he said. "Iiou't apeak of It uow," Fedora su aweiwd quickly. "Come home with ua to l.reakfust," sulil the mother, seeing the look of pulu lu the youug man's eyes. lie questioned the girl with hla eyea. "Yea," ahe said, "come with us. There la room lu I he carriage." He eu tered. dlxxy with happiness. They rode . ii lu u alienee that was broken ouly by the remarks of the mother about l ho service at the t hurch. When tbe i urrluge slopped btfajaj her Imposing residence Fedora alighted quickly und Minified Into Hie house, leaving her mother to Ivan's cure. Ho of g... l i iieer. Iian." the mother aald. "We breul.fti.sl In twenty mln utes. Meanwhile uiil.e yourself at home either In the hoii.-e or ill the gar den. on know the ol.nc ao well.'' As Ivau walked through these old (wtbs all the douhts und fears and holies played again in Ills heart. Sud denly he forgot his anxiety. Fedora was beuldu him. a white lily lu her hand She had changed her gown, und there was a morning's restful freshness aud gruce about her lithe form aud charming face. "Ivau," ahe aald aoftly, "I was wicked. Forgive me. Last night 1 onfeacd my waywardness and Jeal ousiea to the priest, aud In absolved me from my sins. I prayed before the Virgin that you should come ami for give me. You did come," she faltered in sweet tremble. "You did forgive me." she added, pushing him away gently as be tried to embrace ber. "Yes, you are wicked," be whispered, bending over her. "Only au Easter kiss," she whisper ed back lightly, pressing ber lips to hla cheeks and mouth. - Soula V. Med we deft lu Chicago Tribune. uheifymfcerul eads tin n i ! caster jliii M tlSKII Ii AND (MINK u ueaas ii.e i MW Y .t-W -n, rjjS i ij nmtwTm ' If TT in i m kK M bP ' sWTU SlaJK Si W UiafLir wlsf "flHjlF I rmJnrl 4B0 ' lPi " JbIbPSP - JsV-asKCN kaaWfl V2jWm. JJC "3 Ontario Hoy and rayetta Girl Put One Over on Itrlde's Parents. Polfce Calls Too Iate. Allen L. Beagle of Ontario and Miss I .urine M. Scott of Payette came to WelBer yesterday and after pro curing a marriage license at the courthouse they went to the office of C. O. Taylor, J. P., and were Im mediately married. Between the time of securing the license and the time of the wedding there waa but a very short space of time. Within ten minutes after the ceremony Chief Qlaaser received a telephone call from Payette from the parenta of the bride asking him to head off the wed ding as the girl was only 16 years of age. lie called the J. P. and found the damage was already done The Payette police called a few minutes later asking Qlasaer to hold the par ties and was told to wait a few mln utea and they would be back in Pay ette. The boy gave hla age as 22 and the girl aa 18. Welser Signal. Christ the JsvOrd Ie Ri6en Coda? CniUSC the JVord fe rfeen today, Sone of men ami angele eay. Rafee your Joye and trl- umphe high! 6fng, ye heavens, and earth reply! kove'e redeeming worh (e done, 4 fought the fight, the battle won. Uo, our eun'e eclfpee (e o'er! Lo, he eete In blood no morel Vain the etonc, the watch. the oeal. Christ h.io burst the gates of hell. Death (n vain forbids ftfs rise. Chrldt hath opened para dise. -Charles OXeeley. hofcik fw llli s" Ukal llfi Howdy! Here wo are again. War's Inveterate enemy Is a good Sunday dinner. It seems though, to be something of a springless spring. SPRING MILLINERY EASTER HATS HEK Ot'R SPLKMHI) DIHPLAV Ol MUM MII.I.IMIt I OH KANTKK. 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