|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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Myatlc light Altera through ewolad window and roreala walls enriched by the art of rare maetero.; Stately rhauta ateal through tha vaulted aisle and lncenae douda the .air. Then thn preacher motiuta Into tha pulpit, antyeya the congregation emaciated hy Hhc anstecl-tl- e of Lent, and rekindle their Jollity , ; by inch n tale a thla: One time Chat and Peter went ea a Journey. They alayed ever algbt la the hovee of a friendly ainlth nnd hh wife. The next morning, when Christ nud Peter were ready to depart, Cbrlat aald t the amlth and wife: Becenee you gam ni shelter, yon shall ham four wishes, each of yoa. and whatever you wish shall eurely come lo k d ' P." Thra It t. . the eld crone cried out: .One wish le quite enough for me.- - Alt I desire I t enter heuven after leaving this J world. Quoth Peter with n wink: Ton need aot fear hut .that .this wlah ahnll b granted. There would be no" sense In sending yon to tbt other place, ' where there la gnashing of teeth, for I nee that you haven't a tooth left In yotir head. It wa the amlth turn next, and ba aald: I'm going to have all four of my wishes, and I know what I want.. Well, t ua hear It. aald Peter. The smith scratched hta head and looked out of the window In perplexity. Well, he eald at hut, I with that anyone who climbs Into my peer free out there houldn't I able to get down again without my permlmlon." Ton donkey! aald tha amlth'a wtfa. who waa sitting on tbe anvil. Tbat's one wish. aald Peter, bolding bl side: "now wbat'a the second? Well." said the smith, looking mealy at bis wife, I wish that anyone who alta on my anvil shouldn't be able to get np gain without my permission." eald hie wife but she blockhead. got np quickly enough: eald Peter. - "Bow Granted alaol what's your third wMif Tbe blacksmith had taken a pair of tonga and drove his wife serose the room to the wide flue of hie furnace. Into which ho ran for refuge. I wish. he yelled, that anybody who goes Into that floe shouldnt be able te come out again without my permission." Then he sat down on a elool la front of the fine, fl In hand, waiting to pounce upon hie wife, but first taking the green cep off hla bond and putting It upon the herd stool far a - h-- BSB tMmiTATZTlZZZ&'Wl&V. 3 C!a 7 tBd lBd- U toda mmFf eMhcd In naff dm. Thn gimrj of Oc of llllfo, flowery rhetoric phl o WT tt, im Kttr of ,,e , In-- old hooka ggggg ZS&tV of exploration and traaeL Bartolommeo and Barocdo are the only oaee who tot away from the rhirael-hona- a arbonl of Reaurrectloa pa later and tare their Itarea both dlcnlty and trace. mlr' ""'""wr. ,r" atsoelited with Haw different are the modem plctnrea .. The nrm-tloxJSl Vi! tto ., . reaterlnt la the Flaea Chriatl ,odl', fth and expreaMt nnr Three Marya of Ary dcheffer, Bontue-reaa- . Feecbel 'rftZr. tttltnde toward Eaoter uoro Floekhorat, Bportentiert. ifaji ih ,lln Ireatment by mtdcni ."k Tb 0,11 maatero were aomo-r-.. ,.Tr approarhlng the Beaorrrc M,, "'ti I.."! ,hr rna. fll'1 90 IUlt WH filotto'a picture at two tBachi atom to ,blr photojrrapba. and H-lrt "Three Marya," who .. ' Jln PP tomb wlu 'lua outatretched bind, boar tj.w maatara" Inability to ra:i ,,,,T '"d flory.of the Dl-- t trtPhal dlmaa. Caddra rears iTt? PidM tt' it Jl' 'r TiL ' aafl e's. T '"l!.i ,'Ar -- fw i .., wlth ,u ,tlff trop- PatPPharnalla.. reaemblra po,r tdaertlalB tha "alnn, and Plguorelira t,rTeto raminda one of 'nfbal orpin flepeled and Ender are fall of leader Borrow and Naack and Hofmann bam Joy oua hopepainted the Beaorrectloa with true and myatery. Bnrnard'a Peter and tldlnta. mnnlnt to tell the Mi," la wonderful la Ita dramatic portrayal of brrathleu, exultant faith. la other word, the modem plctnrea of and the related erem the Bemrrectlon breathe the ' modem aplrlt which haa and clothed thla featlral with flidnr glory, surrounding U with the eymbole of life and liflit. fllling U with a hollauaa and beauty beyond any .other day la the calendar of the ehorch. It waa not alwayi tbaa. Eaater not many renturlee ago waa a day of revelry and ribaldry. Preacher from their pulwhich today pit told funny atone maj-eat- y td J2ETJ& A2fZ QSESEES cushion. " "That wish. began Peter, "le also when out rushed tbe amitha wife, knocked her bneband bff tbe etonl. boxed ble cere end escaped Into tbe kitchen. Three wishes," ; said Peter. "Sow wheta the lest? Well," eald the amlth, ruefully, picking himself np, I wish that the next time I It down on my green cap noliody on earth ran badge mo end noliody in beaven. either. If she' going there." All your wishes are granted, eald Peter, ssd departed with the Lord. Tbe emlth'e wife died, end oue day Death came for the amlth also. Walt a minute,' aeid the ninlth. "end while yon'm welting yon (nay rmb up Into tha pour treo and help yourself to fruit." Death did so, and, of course, couldnt come down again. Finally the smith struck a bargain and IK him down lor 30 more yearn of life. , After 90 yearn Death rtmo agala. ' "I'll go 'with yoa a anon aa I've parked bit of lunch la the kitchen," said tlir smith. Worry that there's no chair; Just it on the anvil till I come back." Death sat down and, af course, couldn't get np agala. Dually the smith strm-- n bargain end let kirn np for another 90 years of life. After 90 years Drstb came again. 'Til go with you a soon as I've pnt on my eoat," eald the einlth. "I tlilnfc I hung It la that old flue; will yea look If It'e there?' Death stepped Into the flue, and. of course, couldn't get out agala. Finally IwrgHltt and let him the smith struck out for another 90 years ef life. When the 90 years were np the smith had to go- - Death took him hr tha scruff of tha neck aK very gently, I assuro yoa and dragged him slung to tha gate of heaven. There the imlth saw fit. Teter shaking hi key la tbe fees ef Noah nnd Abraham,' who wanted to come ont for a little walk, bscauae It wa a pleasant Easter day. like this me. Good morning." seld the amlth to flt Peter, and politely teok off hie little bis eye fell upon green cap. Then, hunt ont swearing. It, ho enddeoly Koch a rumpus had never been beard at heaven's gate. All the angels held their rent abut and tbe prophets nudged one another. said the smith. Donkey that I T should have sat oe ov cap and then Death couldn't have Dodged me." He wee so hot with arger that be threw tbe he could, nnd the wind cep as far carried It over tbe well. Anyway," mid the smith, "I dost see my wife about, e I don't mind coming In." "But wo do wind." declared Peter. w. yonrn Nobody that oaro inch Megnngo Turn to le allowed on throe premise. We down. don't the left, seven flight want tbs rhernlilm nod eerophlm to Irera such words. Ben tbe prophets nudged one another sgsls. "Very well," said the emlth, dejectede At any ret, get me my cap ly. I go. It flew oror the wall." Toa're a bother." mid St. Peter; "rui ad get It yeareelf.' So In ran the smith and saw hie rap and dat down epos It. Got ont again." eld Bt Peter. "I won't." said the smith. Ho called "We'H see," ntd Bt ?et-- r. Jacob and Bameoa. "Too'yo bad experience at wrestling and Hffln this ba aald. " beary-weight- s, But the? eonldnt bodge the amlth. who set on bln green rap. flt Into bravea In eplte of all. Merry Jester a he Fnlplf. The telling ef aort a story would be punctuated throughout with laughter by the congregation, nnd the clergy often used very broad alluvion' te help along tbe hilarity, duck a preacher aa Abraham Benta Clara, whose real name wee Wrick Megerie. mui hs'r kept hla audience In a continual roar- - to Jndg hy dowi is bl discourses whhh have QZ&T XBJ&ZDZ) ua It wh from him, ly tha wny, that Kcblller got the CapO'-ht- a senium friar ' lo " Wallenstein' amp." Friar Cntli beet's Faster oeroica, In Longfellow's "Gulden Irynf," la In the mum Irroien-n- t vein. The worst passages In It are from Fra Galiriclla Harlelia. a fifteenth century ireueher, and allow how sacred theme were bundled thea. Whan the aw was flnt apraad That (Ihrlat wa arlarw kcled. fmai th dmd, Very smat os tin Mr f Hu' awrla la ilia d wall I. aa tu who ab'iald ca-i- y Sod aa Ttar tiding, tliwwjf tu tha lliglu Mary. I'ttraad to tbr bran wllli sitmaa wtao. i ltd pUirr Ad waa dial to pri'lnsv. A, baliia tha utbu if 11 car woea; ml M ta WH nTowd, lur faar. Hid lliey 11a wooid 11 to aat IMida1 no U way! AM caw out. bat prttssud IB min, RmuH h niliH Boot with hla tirithr I'slsl Slnab, too. WH Ntswd. last bia waaknaa liv win Should gelsr ktM at wary tamm-algii- ; vnl And John llw Papist mold not et camel l,air dot; On HOMot id bla And tha IHltsut That, wlm died m Hi- Wh rmladsd that 11 ku Ic.h., sale Isukrol Till at lut, trhro Hdi is turn bad apokew, baa. Tbr smnainy hung atill ns TO Aland, who rolled away Wh mot to tin muli'iier. And g'lod O tb gluey Uit tbe Sun, all aluue. gl,y prmo. And Hid to tbe Virgin. "Tbt Lard la Klaral" Tha repertory 'uf similar tnles was In eihanallblc. A Whole Imiuorniis hlgiule gy might be compiled trow them, lemg , In "The (iulilcii fellow has ernlsHlIed Here la an mic-- Unle ns'iinllng iMgwsd." uutahlr dlsromfllurr of Ileelsi-bnh- : The Itovtl imea came tu a farmer and wished to moke a bargain wlib bliu. I'll erer promise you tba big gel crop ymi had,", be Mid. If you'll give mi-- liulf of It "Vary wall." auid the farmer: "which half do you prefer tbe half slime grouad or the half belon?' "I'he hair liova, of Connie." Hid Hla Maliulc M;ij aaty, end want off wagging hla tall In Then the shrewd farmer pliinl glee. but turnips and beets anl carnot bln rots and all Biauurr of edible risila. Wb-tha harvest was over I be farmer', iHirn, wen- - bursting with the faitrol and fine-11. vwgslablra, while tbe Iieill dour off s wagonloa'd of iialka. leaves and chiiff. Next year tha Davll came ba- -t and offered to dose another bargain wiili tha farmer. "This lime," be sslil wi:b a running leer, "1 gel Ibe litlf tha!' underground." "Agreed." raid She farmer, and went to work planting wheat, earn, benni sad all that kind of crops. When tba harvest wa over the came np with a huge wagon la haul away bla share, bat ha got nothing egc-p- i stubble and haakS Bo he flew Into a fearful rag and drare boms and dumped tha whole nagonload lata tbe flame of hell to make a floe, hot hlaae for Hi people who look the other way when the eoalributtoa bos arrive at their place. -- ! Be-i- lm-.1- IKhlag to do With tbe Cue. These are pom ef the neatest and moat harmlessly amusing of the tales told from tbe pulpit an Eaater Day t" raise ibe "Beater tough."- - Of course, they bad do more to da with tha Besmrecfloa festival than tbe Blmncl cakes, which are :il baked In England during the Easier According lo the burlesque etymology of the word, there was a Jolly old dacouple, tamed1 tdmoa sad Nelly, who rkled to celebrate Eaater by miking a and huge rake ef Ingredient varied Plnroa wlahed to I mil the cake: Kelly wished to baka It. They couldn't agree on tlila point. From word t rs unto blown, and la the fracas Ibe egra Intended for tba cake ware broken. 1 lien sea-bo- JfQ&Lzrim? &Brj2mfAiiir Plinon and Nelly raraa to their aaasan, decided to compromise tha matter liy putting everything into the rake each bad thought of. boiling It first and baking It afterward. The rewult waa the Unit of the famous Plmnel rakes, which derive their name from tbe Initial syllables of the two amirs. Klnioli and Nelly, all of which ha nothing to do with tbe central Idea of the Eaalarilde. Indeed, though noma of tba chants of the early church are Inspiring In their majestic simplicity, and though even In Hie rude an of th Catacombs th la reverently treated most of the pagsa customs and tradition anr-rfre-d nutll th close of lha Middle Ages, and many fit them are atilt with ns. The gaudy Faster egg la a relic f Ibe old Tentnnhd festlvar In honor of Oslnm. or Fastre. the goddess of spring, whs bits even given tha Christian festival her name. Tha avlparona Bonny af tba festival. who to awnmed to be responsible for the anpply af decorated and Indlgro-IM- " egg, also haa cruaaetf tbe German Ocrar . Kindling Esatar ra" to drive off aril spirits had dipping "Easter watc from rnnalug brook a at midnight, which wa anppoand to he endowed with mlrarolou powers, are custom that bar not com down to ns, but many know tba poetla superstition that th atm dance on Easter morning, a anyone na era who get op mind Early enough, early enough. you! Wa haw not adopted tha Eaater tret, Ilka tba Christmas free, nor tha Eaater dance of Greece, Bnr th Eaater ktaaaa of Rusala, nor the Fldlowatchka festival ef tba Caerfaa la Tragne, which to eel bra ted to honor of aa emperor whs learned tbe shoemaker trade, and seems to have an rloarr eouneetlca with Easter than the Emmans pilgrimages" people formerly mad on Baiter morning, walking eaward until they had passed tbrro crosses: which certainly was good thing fn th ah ne maker A R lowly w have stripped tha festival of Its pagan trimmings, and It haa come to ha a real holy day. ns reflected te tha hranllfut nnvaaea of misters loaatat. filled with poetry and light. Gl.t'RUE BKIBGL.