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1. 10월 1일 (음 8월 18일)

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1st. (18th). Wednesday. Most cloudy and gloomy.
 
2
Recitations as usual. In order to oblige the boys who room under us, we removed into room 15. Those boys are nervous and we, having no carpet, make too much noise to be comfortable to them.
 

2. 10월 2일 (음 8월 19일)

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2nd. (19th). Thursday. Fair and warm.
 
2
Recitations as usual.
3
At 4 to 5 p.m. with Jordan called on Mrs. Hoss By the way, lately two things have surprized me a great deal.
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1st. Jordan is a graduate (B.A.) of E. Henry College. Yet he asked me, a day or so ago, whether Germany was a republic or an empire!
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2nd. H.P., an intelligent boy tho he be-a good boy he is-does not take bath. He hasn't taken one for 2 or 3 weeks thought bath is free in the Hall. I wish he would.
 

3. 10월 3일 (음 8월 20일)

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3rd. (20th). Friday. Cloudy earlier part of the morning but fair and warm rest of the day.
 
2
Recitations as usual.
3
This morning received a letter from Mrs. C.H. Townes, the mother of Miss Dona. It contained the sad news of dear Dona's-death! In my answer to Mrs. T. said I:
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"Your letter containing the sad, very sad news has just been received. "What! Miss Dona dead? I can hardly believe my own eyes. O painful fact! She is gone-gone for ever. My sorrow-if words can describe it I will describe it. But words are inadequate. This much, then, I shall say: I loved her as a dear sister; I lament her loss as the loss of a dear sister."
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Closed with words of sympathy.
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In the evening collected Miss Dona's letters to me and read over some of them-with melancholy heart. But why should we mourn over a Christian's death? Dear Dona's pure spirit is now, free from suffering and pains and trials, resting sweetly in the arms of her Savior whom she served with so great a devotion and fidelity. I shall see her in the sweet by and by. A happy hope!
 

4. 10월 4일 (음 8월 21일)

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4th. (21st). Saturday. Quite warm-rather disagreeably.
 
2
Troubled with cold. Had to go to bed early.
 

5. 10월 5일 (음 8월 22일)

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5th. (22d). Sunday. Fair and warm. Very windy in the night.
 
2
Kept bed all the day.
 

6. 10월 6일 (음 8월 23일)

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6th. (23d). Monday. Cloudy most of the day-disagreeably warm.
 
2
This morning received a letter from Bell informing me of the details of D.H.'s death and burial, of Dr. Williamson's death. Prof. Bonnell has joined Japan Mission-So it seems from what Bell says.
3
Wrote to Rev. J.R. Allen, Dallas, Tex. Thus:
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"A day or two ago, I received a letter from Mrs. C.H.T. informing me of the death of her daughter, Miss D.H.
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"Further on Mrs. T. says 'Write to Bro. Allen and give him a simple and truthful statement of her Christian influence upon those among whom she labored while you knew her. You know whether it was for Christ or not.'
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"The occasion that calls for this is an exceedingly sad one to me. At the same time, I shall with pleasure and pride bear my share of witness to the beautiful life and work of the sister while she was in the college.
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"Her principal work in the college was teaching. But no opportunity was neglected of telling the story of Christ and his salvation. With an untiring zeal, she labored in he Sunday School and in the temperance and prayer meetings. Like St. Paul, she seemed determined to know nothing among the boys. save Christ Jesus and Him crucified.
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"The result of her labor-God only knows. Here I may add that she had scarcely time to work to her content. If I mistake not she had been in the field only about 6 years. To a missionary in foreignlands, specially in China, 6 years are barely sufficient for mastering the language, much less for active work.
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"I had known her in the A.C.C. only about a year before I came to America. Her influence on me during this short time has proved a benediction and will remain so all the rest of my life. Many others will testify the same thing.
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"It is a little thing to say of her that she was a soul of kindness and sympathy to her friends. More to be admired were her patience and forbearance of injuries received, her resignation and even cheerfulness under trials and discouragements-qualities we can easier preach than practice.
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"Awkward is my English, but the statements are simple and truthful. Shall close with a short quotation from her last letter to me:
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"'Never has my life been so full of blessing and joy as now. All because of His goodness in holding still on His anvil of suffering.'
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"With the best regards, etc."
14
Sent Bell's letter (part of it relating D.H.) to Rev. Allen telling him that it might interest him to read how much love D.H. inspired in those she came in contact with.
15
Recitations as usual.
16
Rained in the night.
 

7. 10월 7일 (음 8월 24일)

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7th. (24th).Tuesday. Partly cloudy, partly clear-warm.
 
2
Recitations as usual.
3
Miss Hoss kindly sent me a ticket to a Jew's lecture in Amusement Hall. Went there at 8. Came home at 10.
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The Jew lectured on the Crucifixion, from the Jewish point of view. He said that Crucifixion was a historical fact that it was the Romans and not the Jews that crucified Jesus, and that Christians have no reason to hate or blame the Jews for the sin since the Jews only as tools carried out the eternal decree of God.
 

8. 10월 8일 (음 8월 25일)

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8th. (25th). Wednesday. Fair and warm. (TABLE존재)
 
2
Recitations as usual.
3
This morning Dr. Garland insisted on the importance of systematic arrangement of our hours. He said that every student should have an arrangement something like follows: once made, stick to your plan.
 
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==Study==9 hrs==
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==Sleep==7 hrs==
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==Marginal time in bed==1 hrs==
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==Meals and Digestion==3 hrs==
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==Exercise==2 hrs==
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==Preparation of lessons==2 hrs==
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== ==24 hrs==
 

9. 10월 9일 (음 8월 26일)

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9th. (26th). Thursday. Fair and warm.
 
2
Recitation as usual.
3
In studying chemistry I more and more realize the importance of mathematics. My ignorance of math. is painfully felt. I wish I could gain a working knowledge of it!
 

10. 10월 10일 (음 8월 27일)

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10th. (27th). Friday. Fair and hot.
 
2
Recitation as usual.
3
The first regular meeting of the W.H. Miss. Society met at 7:30 in the W.H. Chapel. Dr. Smith addressed the meeting.
4
Wilson presided.
 

11. 10월 11일 (음 8월 28일)

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11th. (28th). Saturday. Fair and hot-very hot.
 
2
Recitations usual.
3
This morning joined Dialectic Society.
 

12. 10월 12일 (음 8월 29일)

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12th. (29th). Sunday. Fair and hot.
 
2
Attended the W.E. S.S. Heard Rev. Witherspoon preach in the First Presbyterian Church.
 

13. 10월 13일 (음 8월 30일)

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13th. (30th). Monday. Fair and warm.
 
2
Recitations as usual.
3
At 3:30 went to Moon Memorial Ch. to address the Y.L.M.S. on Corea.
 

14. 10월 14일 (음 9월 1일)

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14th. (1st of 9th Moon). Tuesday. Fair and warm.
 
2
Recitation as usual. Felt so unwell that I had to take a short nap before dinner.
 

15. 10월 15일 (음 9월 2일)

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15th. (2nd). Wednesday. Fair and cool.
 
2
Recitation usual. Felt sad in the evening-caused by the sense of friendlessness.
 

16. 10월 16일 (음 9월 3일)

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16th. (3rd). Thursday. Rained a little before breakfast. Fair and cool all the day.
 
2
Recit. usual.
 

17. 10월 17일 (음 9월 4일)

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17th. (4th). Friday. Fair and warm.
 
2
Recit. usual.
3
Wrote to Prof. Bonnell.
4
After supper was surprized at seeing the penitentiary on fire. The conflagration lasted several hours.
 

18. 10월 18일 (음 9월 5일)

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18th. (5th). Saturday. Fair and warm.
 
2
Recit. usual.
3
The loss caused by last night's fire is reported to be something like275,000.
4
A secret of peace: live and act as if there were nobody in the world except God and myself. Then I would act only what I consider to be right and duty, without fearing opinions, criticisms or censures. Then I should not be disturbed by jealousy or resentment. Then I should be at peace with myself and with the world.
 

19. 10월 19일 (음 9월 6일)

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19th. (6th). Sunday. Fair and warm.
 
2
Attended Dr. Kirkland's W.E. S.S. He said that preachers often think and say they are called by God to a certain appointment while it is, in fact, high salary that draws them there.
3
Heard the new pastor, Rev. Brown. Rev. Walker Louise has been transfered to other place. I am sorry I could not see him before he left the city.
4
Taught the class in the Pen. S.S. All the factories in the penitentiary were burnt down. The dining room, which has been used as S. S. room, was saved from ruin.
5
A fair moony night.
 

20. 10월 20일 (음 9월 7일)

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20th. (7th). Monday. Fair and cool.
 
2
Recit. usual.
 

21. 10월 21일 (음 9월 8일)

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21st. (8th). Tuesday. Cloudy all day long.
 
2
Recit. usual.
 

22. 10월 22일 (음 9월 9일)

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22nd. (9th). Wednesday. Rained all day long.
 
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Recit. usual.
3
Tonight, Hal asked me if I ever get mad about anything. He might have asked fire if it ever gets hot! Only I am trying my best to keep impatience and passion within their bounds.
 

23. 10월 23일 (음 9월 10일)

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23rd. (10th). Thursday. Cloudy and cool.
 
2
Recit. usual.
3
Received at letter from Mr. and Mrs. Irvin.
 

24. 10월 24일 (음 9월 11일)

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24th. (11th). Friday. Fair and pleasant.
 
2
Recit. usual.
 

25. 10월 25일 (음 9월 12일)

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25th. (12th). Saturday. Cloudy and cool.
 
2
Attended Recit. and Society as usual.
3
At 10 in the night Spencer set me up to fried oyster (25¢ each dish) . Came back at 11. Fair moonlight.
 

26. 10월 26일 (음 9월 13일)

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26th. (13th). Sunday. Rained in the morning.
 
2
Attended W.E. Ch. S.S Then came home and slept until dinner time, Taught the S.S. class in the Pen.
 

27. 10월 27일 (음 9월 14일)

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27th. (14th). Monday. Fair and cool.
 
2
Recit. usual.
3
G.S. Fish, a Y.M.C.A. secretary of Kansas, came to the Hall on his way home from Columbia. He held a missionary prayer meeting in Washburn's room. Only 5 W.H. boys. including myself, met with him. He showed himself a very devoted Christian worker. After supper, he made a missionary talk to the boys in the W.H. Chapel.
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Mr. F. told me that a young Kansas lady, Miss Adam. was going to Corea sometime in Dec. as soon as she gets married. God be with that young couple.
5
I wish I could see my Mother!
 

28. 10월 28일 (음 9월 15일)

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28th. (15th). Tuesday. Fair and cold. 43° F. in the morning.
 
2
Recit. usual. Wrote to father and mother thro the care of Rev. Appenzeller.
 

29. 10월 29일 (음 9월 16일)

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29th. (16th). Wednesday. Fair and cold.
 
2
Recit usual.
 

30. 10월 30일 (음 9월 17일)

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30th. (17th). Thursday. Gloomy and cold all day long.
 
2
Recit. usual.
3
Have some practical lessons in the cultivation of patience now-a-days. 1. Dr. T.'s from 25 to 28 to 30 pages' lesson in theodicy; 2. pennilessness. Added to this H.P. does not move a finger to help me in keeping the room clean. and the waiter nigger very seldom does what I tell him to do. These are little things, but they often make me fretful. By the grace of God. I shall keep my easily provoked soul in patience
4
Received a letter from Dr. Allen. He thinks he can easily make a convenient arrangement for me to get into a smaller college. I thank him very much. But how he can do it, I do not know. Wait and see.
 

31. 10월 31일 (음 9월 18일)

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31st (18th). Friday. Fair.
 
2
Recit. usual.
3
A bitter sweet corrective. This morning in Church Hist. Class, I busted. Dr. Martin, in his harsh way, said, "I am sorry for those who read a paragraph without getting out its essence". Well these words I take as a bitter but sweet corrective.
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Mrs. Hoss sent me15.
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