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OMAHA. MONDAY MnUXrXU, XOVKMP.IM: ., 1h;
FORECAST FOR WELK'CURB F0R M01CCAN sultan
Fr":dinii Expected t I etch WRfbiusrtou
To-lay After Visit to Faoaa!!.
WILL INYESTIGATt PAT W'CAF.PEN i
rnot.c Cotiiinittaa Will Probably
Expel the Brooklyn leader. '
JEfENSE Of OlSCHAhGEO NEGRO TROOPS
New York If rus keetiis; Will Aik the
1 jeBidcct to Reopen tli! Case.
DIPLOMATS WILL totET IT TANGIER
lloestiou uf Fin rot-etna the cn Inter
national lirrrnrnl Rrg anlliii
Muruccn to P.e I n
sldrrcd. Washington- n-
KotMvrlt. -p.-til t
inirt'.n til!', r MiInet ( 'i f
i -.r.n rk-'ihln ,1.nirn.
;,u .Mm tioiiM i hi- I '-m i i
ti ivelwl lhTdKar.O:' if r, 1 1 1
il:- narrow rtrl,, of l.iml
Hie Atlantic timl Tin Ifii . wh-rt
i "k ni-i. lin.)M-etri '.he vm'k lx It.
on tli': t'-tl ti.tl:i.iixn ct.wI nn.I
il tivn H :' Hhnii'ird tilt trMilition tlmt
Atnelivan ir-mueiit mum r,"i. iiunog t.i.
1 i tu of ortt-'e
vlt-lt any land other tl. !!;
iiix ow !.. finvlngr his may on the. Ifilinui?,
iV.e pi'-nidcnt vIsllMI tie- repnlilic of Pan-,
ttina, imi for u time wh nnrti-r thi
Wt!m i.f tli- I'auainan fln. On hi re
tutu voyiiU'j lie luail" a. hritf c.ill L Porto
A (.'oiitct-" fur conaioeratlon of ii:-tlii0!i
i.r oclaJ iMiiuntlon will lie held In HoMon
tills weik. Tli flrttt fteior will lie hold
on Fih'ay and ti nn-etlnn will t-ontimi
for ihfi-o Juy. Manj uulhorltl on so
cial n-h-tic"! will vartir.!plo In the ni-ei-liir
and take part In th- ilii-eunitioii u.i
n witlc ranfre of auhject.
Will liv-iiU- JIH'rn,
Aii Ki'ti-rmath of the re.-nt let'tlni In
New Vrk mate. - which prouiUe to al
Ufi wide ettention. In fvlK-dtil-d for Mon
day. 'Vht-u a upeckil roniiiiltfj ot the New
Votk detinicmtio mat commute., will ni-et
In New York' City to Invrutlgate ciiHigi
of parly . IrrefTUlorlty iisalnut Pptrick Jl.
M. 'art--iii- tho democratic leader of Kings
county. TW charge against Mct'Btren If
that he lnmlgald the scratohlng" which
nisi AVIDlMii R. Hearst, the democratlo
nonilnee rer ovtrtir, o dearly In King
county. Mr. - M Crren ha h-en quoted
a eajliia- tint he will make no defense
le.fore t!ie canimlttee, he ! envlnil
'that he will be lemoven a a roemher. but
that he will carry I"' tn" p"u'"-
Three omjr of the Mutual Ree-rve Life
Inauratiee cornnany. who were Indicted on
chare of ranj larceny and forg-ry fol-
'1nwin- the Iniursnt-e lnvetla tton ot
year o, will go on trial Monday. They
are Frederick A., Hurnham. prtsMettt of
the (ompanjt; Geore 13. Eldrldg-.- 'li:e
;(.(enid.i, aiifl. Ororge Buroham, ee.a-otary.
('' f Segra Twin.
A inaea meelln to voice a d-numd that
VonereM make' f fuil InvestlKatlon of the
illamiesal Trom. the army of the negro
soldlT if the Twenty-flret lnfa.iitry, ' ia
' scheduled to he held at Coiier fnlon In
Near York City, next Thursday. Alee fome
lime during- th-'week a large delegation
of mlnlaters. with lawycro. who have been
-lalned on blilC of the negro soldiers,
wlll-vimt President Koos-vclt at V'nshlng-
1..11 and urge r.lm to reop-rt the case.
ri,. ,.,,i ,l in era aeaaou in New
will oyu Monday evenly ft 'the Metro
politan cp-rn hou. with Goiml a "Romeo
and Juliet." The ron will continue about
four iiiotit.he. ,
Many of the iiiont lllutriona prelates of
ti,., Itomau Catholic church In America will
gaLher f- P.lc-luuornl. Va.. on Thanksglv
l,,K day, to tkc lrt In the teremotilen
attending li- oedicatlon of the cathedral
.of th 9atre.l Heatt. The new ediflo.
wliich1 will take Its place a onu of the
four greatest cathedral" In the countr:.-. la
t lie gtf. c: Thomaa F. Ryan. I he N.f York
, THal .of .llleie.
The tnl of Cheater UlUette. clutrg-.l with
.I.-. of liu Uiace Uruwii. laa oi.e-
tima twethtrt. which ha attracted wide j
attention, will b. tntt..ued at H-ikime,- .
.1,... laa at V (t Ml t rt 1
tiila waek. . The ptoaecuviou .. -P.nUh
lt rl In the week and the
H-fenee- then for th firat time will .ow
in hand. Much .peculation aa In what p an
Gillette', attorney', will adopt to rouilmt
tl.a chain of ciremnataucea a: up by the
tite ha ben nniaed. hut. up to thin I hue
.u . hint of what they propose
do Iu-.h been lerniitttl to 1-couie pub'l.v
The big ar-n tltig rveni u, ...
i,e ih- antiuul a-ruseie for upr-mac on
tin- fool bal. gt tuiioii or-, wot.
tnd nvy. The n.etcli will ue pieo i
PlilLwleiriiia "u rat urns y. -
A fikiic liattlo for the ueavyweigm. vu.ui-
rlolirt'.ip f til woj ni i" iivi
Th-nkglvlna day. The ta.iueetante will
be Philadelphia Ja"k O Biien and Tomtny
Ruru auJ tho scene t-f the c,nai I l.o
-ei . ,l-i.!r.matic ImmIv Will i ri -ii...
Morocco. November 7. for the purpose of
c. n-'Uerlng the new International agree
maut ai d Hi enforcmnt of its provlsl.me.
Tb Vnite.1 8ates haa not yet appioved
. V u err aw.
the ti-hty carrymK no-" '"' --
. . tiM-iri conf erem a.
ment iwn " . .
but Iiecernber 1- he been tixd us the iiai
of tia t otisideratlon by ,h I'ait-d Smtes
...ulinv lit I tlA X.t.
K af.eclui em IM-IOJ h.t.....
t o.- l I.ral federation has been tall-d
to loeet lU lAindon Nowniber IT. Tim
.. !..... .j tu, confitreuia will
tmit'iii i r""i''"u" -
ri al with III enaction bill, which 1 at
p.seut agitatluif KiigHuiil. '"1 decla-ie
hat tli return of the libaifl parly to
w-r ii . ..
i, attulii raised tnm uucie'i
srhihtr th Houua of Lonls or tn tioa
of tjxv:mmi ebail prevkii and furtbetnioi-
thai U bill H wftt-.a the Houa f
laa. tvmtalned tie )"Jf J!1"
cone.lona " ' ,
!U ai.iiute W l,'e " ' .
Nr-,K-r IZ -Per litsc-usnioti unermg
!-,ft..n ,t,,.u. .,f Count
."'"-C ITZX n T!-d before
Bom J lM.-'-"1r
of Lords or th loaa
'h.n Maura Cruppl. uiuul
,ocn..1.y the C.ki.u.,.
', w.il r-fiy to the r,uine,:tt
.1 cai-tellaj.e. win r-,.
prexeatttd l aUomy for lha vreuitois.
Holler of Ixicomoilia Ksplode
IvVoi VIKW. Mo.. Nov. K-.igineer ti.
M Jost-'va " b -.autiv klile.1 and luai.t
ii, an P '1'. Rorii seriously liiluit-d by in
xph.tti ,, i.u booec of Ireigbt engti
on the r'f. . railn J luJ'V. 'ft, train
;a In i: .- 1 1- il ai.d In ninning gear w
, IM il,i.,ii--1 th tiuiu prvxfrtli.g -cial
l,n-ii:-v bfoa wwtiiuujr to a, ataiia.
teflon ) Mo Spread
PA HIS. Nov. ST.. Tli- :n-vi;ie which j
I 'rant and Kpaln &t agreed to take to-)
ViVr, In iw of tit.- Increase of snatch'
in 1): !. I con infill.- t iblle and
j fully t on lir i ii the announcement mad- In
I I h w- 'iip.i tcli- tin iiys ago. They .ire j
Istiic'.Iy pi"i-fliitl.:inry and are 'designed;
, -drly tu hi'-i the reiuirein-nt s of mi
, mirtency ami to safeguard the lives ami i
: I ruperty if foreign-! s at Taueiei. ?Ynd- !
i inn he formal poll- lr.gr of the pints of)
Morocco, to be i;ini -rt h V on on the Unai 1
rati iii atiou of tlif luternatioii il r.c:reemont j
t-aohtd .it Algeeiru, tutii power will main- I
tain warsliira "t Tangier end I". fiipm-d
lo land n. total of ;;.li men. Flaw has intMniry (colored! be-ntis, of th "shootlng
dccMcd tr. in, the buitle-hips Stiff ten. St. j r ,hf to1vn of llrownyvili-. Tex..
jn! ;mJ .1i;,!leiu..r;!ir. In f.nm.aT!(l fwl.rtln .ne mnii . k'.lloil nn.l ppvpihI
Alrnirt.l Ton. !mr.i, to rrplitfi thu truiti
Cijlil-e. Jr:.ini-p .VAn- tin.l Koi lip. wlili li
now pi At r;
tan wut.r The I.nir,VP
til" KiTiirli v-r-ls for
puipon or tvnn'(,oiting triHi fiuni
! Alt.ll tk, HHMllJ ft
!p.iii:ii? bM-o'iii pfi-fyary. I
Ic H n!. lii'-lly uml'TtoiHi thut thin Joint i
mnvfiiient. will net afFunie the rtliire of
!i ix-etipailoii an I thu'. i itlier the Krrneli
p.or the Sp!'i:sli tiass r tu Ini ralno,! i.vcr
Moioecan tcrntory. The nilnioh of tha
troops '.a li:nlu-(l "to f jfrg.iajdins uinl re
etalilisl:!;K the untliority of thft pasha wl
THtifftf-r, MKvlUft HtilfMilI."
vral ciniiH-torics of the AlKCiiias i-om-
have giv-n their npprovnl in udvano
..term ..r this Kureemrnt. whil- oihera j
ooiii nip i-iarite u.nu wi:: liiar no
,40tli- to lli-ni Is anticipated.
rriimiil .leiiiin -xertleu
liJXIiOX, Nov. :x fpnuuciitlng on Die '
situation In Momcco. the Tangier corrt-apond-nl
of the Tlnien nay. thai although
thero la no Imiuin-tit danger of a nitlvo
uprising. Hi- lime has prylved when an -ml
must In? fut to the outraR-a and inmilta to
which Kuropein residents have too long;
been exposed nnU If mined lnt-rveiitlon in
forced upon Hi- powers by I'.aHsuli's hos
tility or th- hopeless Inefilciepcy of llie
Kov-erulng iHinnl they mu-t 1h- prepared to !
ian it aeriousiy. Kliould the pontra
neglect, the rorrv-'epondent continu-e, lo en
fore due respect for their representat Ivea
Hiid subjects now, they will find their task
eventually to he, much greuter and more
KING GEORGE AND THE POPE
I'allnre of Grrrlan "Monarch to Call at
atlean llarta Fet-Hnas of
RO.MK, Nov. a. H would Hpp-ar lon'uut
that King George of Or-ece had almndoiiod
the idea of visiting1 the pope duHns his
preaont sojourn In Home, although he nuiy
still decide an to do tomorrow. The feolitigs
of the Vatican authorltl-a will be hurt if
the Grecian king dos not tig II upon the
ponllff. and they are chagrined that he did
not announce in the beginning- whether or
not he Intended to do so. If the visit takea
place on Monday th Vatican will not he
entirely appeared, as It will be a deilUiii
or the last moment. In any event the Vat
ican authorities feel (hat the popo liaa
been treated with a certain lack of cour
taay, but should Kin Ggorge deeld,;' on
Monday to pay (hie- Nit,' the pope will
receive him. , - -
QUIET IN HAMILTON, ONTARIO
Kew btreel t'ara Are R
Presence of Trnopa Hold Ilia,
orderly Klemeat In Cheek.
HAMILTON. Ont.. Nov. 25 -Today wa.
marked with unusual quiet on the strceta.
contrasted with the r'otous scenes of the
laat two days which haye marked the strike
of at reel railway employes here. Rom-cats
ran during th- .ley and evening. In the
outlying ilistrli ts sonic stones were thrown
and blank carCride:-i were exploded under
the wheels, hut there were no hostile
demonstrations. Tilt Midler, camped In the
armory under arms awaiting a riot tall
and the nol -e reserves at the cily hall
probably contributed towards the peaceful
day. Th-, officials of the railway' company
do not believe the Iruul'lf Is at an end
however. The peranua who were Injured
it, the rjots of Friday unil Saturday are
lra. iliarlea r. lafer.
OHAIRCN, Neb.. Nov. 2i (Special.)
The runeml of Mrs.' Virginia Coffey, wife
or rharlea F. Coffey. picEldenl of the Flrit
Nntlonai bank, occurred Saturday. After
a lingering; si. knew of many month of
sevei- Rufferitig eh died without any warn
ing. M1 Hlaiichti. Iier diughter, had Just
reach d home from the unlveralty at I.li,
ei.ii,, and the two xiiim, from the Htonc
county ranch, ilts. C,,ffc w.t a piomi-
llpn, ,nyn,u.r r the chsdron Culture club
itou a most ueiovea in-nioer or all of
Cha.ii-on'a liene vol-nr. workers. The funeral
J will lie eonrtnct-il ty Key, Mr. Chapp-'l
r tll, jrint Metlwalist tMtrch at the j-e.l-
t ut ia.e.
Major M. W. Marklantl.
J MAY8VH.I.K. Ky.. Nov. J -Major M.
i w. Matklan.i died at the Elks' Hotuw t.
1 day. He as horn in lids city October ",
'!. Major Marklaad serveil aitU dietim-
; iim pi a, ..i,ai. iii tu,- tiu war, ami
aft. r many promotions was placed on the
retired list February .'5. ltj, with lank of
captain. iih relirnnent beL-ig bed on uia
ahiilties Incurred 'n line of duty. He wa.
advanced to the rok of major April l,
, t.t ih fiinar.i -,,r- 'i,,a.i .
L " " .
i Arlington cemetery. Washinirtoii, where
j wij uu,-!fd wltii nillitury honors,
i al, ngside of his wife, who was a aa-ler of
i . .. I . - A . 1.
Virnn,i -vi viuui..
It. r. Burt-k.
WAsUilNGTGN. Nov. S.-If. C Rurch.
pnoprletor of the Kbhltt home in tils c-lty
and for uiuny jtiia one of the best known
hotrl iiic-.ii in the uonnlry, died her todav
aged 'A years, lie bad an acute attack of
, indigestion lat foniy and bad been
, cytVCjll .1,1,djUl,n ,ver Mn,.f I V. more
U)an lU(1v yyn Mp B.lr,.h u ut!.
tlv )y ijcuttried with th hotel buslnes
I "d his s..esia lne:u.e.l many ...dabi.
I public men. Including Mr. M. KIuley during
! the, Utter' tnifPM-ion.l caieer ar.. on the
vf h n.ansi-tetiou preMder.t of ih
' l 'U'',J S"'"
I - M-klewakl.
, vijKN". Prussian Poland, Nov. a.-Mgr.
4blew-ki. Roman r-aihln0 a.vhbishop cf
P..n. w bo tly bad bw actn-e In
, ComlatUng the Ger-.oa.u governmeot onlee
cbiidieu of Pola.id n-i'aioii io
the Geiumn tongue, wa focr-.d d-;ad In a
el air in hi study liei Issi night. Hit
death wa cuel bj' heart disease.
Jada- W. R. tfrriiard.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. J. Judge William
1 R. Bernard died hev- today at tlia bo.ne
of In. ir-iu-i w. i-'iank Henderson, sgd
I a yn.ll In ti e et.rlv day he woe a
,fi'hwr oa Hi Hant l' tiall.
ROOSEVELT AND THE NEGRO
I BrqwugTlll Incident is Offset tj Pooktr
APPLAUDS PRESIDENT'S ACT
I'rndulnni UnluK Hark a Hranlt
f Uimlal of Colored Troops
W hn Took I'nrt In
I (From a Sniff Correspondent.)
1 WASHINGTON. Nov. :... (Sp-cial.) Tin;
i proridetil's rt. termination to illsniis.i wilh
dishonor fiom the nrmy or the t'nlted
Pt'.t-s Hiiro companies of the Twenty-fifth,
I:. iin sriioioily tMixin.lcil. Im -4 rre.itfd
i.ior 1b.i.ti!ion i lm.it any one aot uf Thco
itore HmiM-.i It sin. f ln;iKS h-en presUlcnt
of the I ulted SmtH.
Tint ii- vnduli.ui will jiwinu hack !s
r trtiHin whi'-li pan ienlarly litu the rn
ih.re.l troop of thm Twetity-nftl)
Tim- v.ds whrn tl 'j wiiith liviki-J
upon Tii"oloic Roosevelt, by ri--a-o:i of Me
entertaining at luncheon th- famous nc;io
ivliiciitor, liooker Vih!n;toii, lis every
thins ihat Was unlit c.ml iiuholy. Tne
t.orth. nnl f a! tl.-ulariy iho New ICngland
section, applnuilud the pret-Uleiit'e hroail-
ii-aei i f view and aaw In the Hooker Wueij-
(ngt,in i,,,.,,,,.,,, a v
f.,llllII1l.t lion u ,hf.
'y.n.fll unil Hal -x-1
icciurotion of fude-
ptMiileiii-f, Hint "all nun are created free
and equal." The pendulum now swing.
'hack. The sjuth is hysterical In pra'ee
of the tictlotia of Iho president in dlxml.:dns;
from the service the three cotnpan!-" whoe
men are stjppor"-d lo have enaaaed in tlte
riot at Hrownsvilh'. Rut wher- New Kng
land and the north coniplln.-nt-d the
prvsideni. In entertaining the first ne.ro
edueator or the land at the' White Hour-e.
Ihey are pow found giilllu? the action of
t lie president, and have ever gone o far
as to raise th- qiRMIon whether the con-
atfliit ion tlves Hie pr-sldenl the power to
summarily dismiss lt5 men comprising the
three fonipnnl-s of the Twentj -fifth in
fantry from tho a-rvle of the' Fnlted
Btates and forever refusing tiietn the Hghr
to ro-enter the service.
-Two taaii In War Oftlce.
Two distinct camps have sprung up in
the War department growing out of the
Rrownsville episode and the dtecuwdon hss
waKynl furiously, not only In the War le-
partiuent, hut in the clubs and the lobbies
i of the hotels. Tariff revisions, the amend
ment of the rate law, ship subsidy and
oth-r extreni-ly Important legislation have
been completely pushed aside for the dis
missnl uf the three colored companies, and
out of tbis discussion there Is every reason
to b-lieve a congressional Investigation will
result. Every congressman lit the north
who has a' Urge, negro population In Ids
district and who. perchance, may have an
enlisted man in one of the three companlei
which is to be must-red out with dishonor,
will ba first. In the field with a resolution
of inquiry -.
The southern dcmo'-rnt. who his no love
for the neKio as a, clti.en, biit'u profound
affi lion fof him as a ,?r1vint.i eees ui
Piwld-nt Roosevelt's order a chance to
iiiake political capital out of lite case, and
he, too, will chip In lu orer lo embarnms
America's leading: clUxen. and It II .(
therefore to exp-i.-t a merry tlmo during tlio
short session witii the . Hrownsvilie riot
furnishing' tho inspiralioii.
I'latt'a Heslcaatlon Looked For.
Net withstanding the assertion of fr'eruitor
Piatt that' he prosiees to continue as a
enutor from New York until the expira
tion of his term,' the best posted politicians
in Washington are confid-nl that the sena
tor will send his roelvmulon to Governor
Hughes before March I. Senator Plait has
for more than a year past beu a broken
man physically. He Is so f-eble he cannot
move from hi. committee room lo his car
riage without assistance , and he has ex
perienced great difficultly In . p-rftitnung
his duties as chairman of the joint com
mittee on printing; because of the strain
upon his mental powers'. In fact, the Joint
committee carrl-d on most of II work Inst
,ear without the aid of the senator. On
top of all this came the senator's domestic
I troubles, which provod uch a nhock tu
i bin; that it was expected he would resign
' his office at once. But he has doclded to
Jiold uti until theV-los of the pieeeu. con
gress ai leant. That he will retire, with the
I euditiK of the Fifty-ninth congress is thu
firm belief of everyono who knows anythinp
of the senator's affairs. Mr. Piatt, how
ever, will doubtless desire to name bis own
successor, and for this reason he will not
announce bis d-tennlnatlon until he writes
Timothy I Woodruff, former lieutenant
governor of New York and tit present chair
man of the lepubllcan f.tat- committee. Is
an nctUe and nvof.vd candidate fur. the
seel. But Mr. Woodruffs residence is In
Greater New York and the upstate repub
licans are not-likely to i-rnilt th- election
of another New York City men to the
senate without a vlgwo'i contest. There
are already tn the field a iiumher oi candi
date for the toga.' Including- K. H. Rutlor,
proprietor of the Buffalo News, and N.
V. V. Fratichnt, the pres-nt superintendent
of public, works. While Mr. Franchofg
nam ha not been extensively rtlsoit ted,
it ia known to a few politicians hera that
he is after the office, and It is understood
he haa the earnest support of Governor
Hlgglus aa wall aa of most of the present
officers of the state government. Mr. Fran-t-hol
ha mid an excellent reputmlon In
bis present oftlce and is said to be a man
whoso elevation to the senate would be a
credit ta lha slate.
Another senator who will soon retire, if
t iv tent reports are true. Is Mr. Proctor of
Vermont. Senator Proctor ba. had about
all the honors that tan come to a man
and h is besides well advanced lu years.
In September lost hi. eon wa chosen gov
ernor of Yeraiont, '" nuw the report Is
that early Ui in coming- year the Maiator
; 4 retire to make way for his son, who
wt" resigu tue governoiwun w um-i n i
J lle ,;M4y ,.. appointed to fil" the vacancy
; ,-aus-tl bv the propoaed retlretuent or his
' dlatlrguUhed father.
' Mmmy rh.lr..hln. 1 ac.nl.
. Tll, dMtn tf , -ongres.man Hltt, for leu
veai. ,,akl chairman or the foreign affair
, w1,mUtr of th bouse, and the pr-vio is
' suicide of Bertie" Adam, or Pennaylvxnia,
, .1,. second man on lha, committe. K-aves
' the ta ' for the t halruuinahlp of this Im
portant body between koik i ij. i ouain
of Iowa. Cuatie H. Iridl of Indiana 04ul
James Brack Prrkln of New York. Mr.
Cousins, th ranking member of Cue com
mittee haa tl chairmanship of one of the
u.luor couiiulttees at tbe j ;sent tlino and
la also a member of the cniu!tee on nnval
affaira Mr. Iindls, wito ranks Six-ond. is
tl chairman of the comuiim- on pilntii.g,
wl.icli, of course, he would havo to give-up
nhoiiid he be chosen. Mr. Perkins Is a
uieird-er of the committee on pi luting, uud
i oi.tiuud o:i Pei-otiU Pag
!murder,n Kansas city, kan.
Holt I I I.tW Mint mill Inatnnlly
Killed Uy in llftlduil
I KA..-.P 1TV N..v. .'..1:1 nil Ht- 1
. l-t- ..t t.i l I I :) KI..1 r..li J. !';n:il. I: ; 1 1 '-rv. !
' ir i lctur of Hit- Ki'ti''k.v lviii.-c. n rc.-.iinl
, v.u hut ' m;. Ji'i Nitt-fh HlM'i stfTI. In'
i Ktn.rn ';tv. ki;i., ttiit- c'cnl':8. Kuiery
Tins ii'.ni mi,! I. ill". I iin.l I.. I' Fi'iioii!.. a
I limn, piiru-r. xyn 7:nt tn tlif lniiM.r
Imiii r iyhlli- wik.ii. .1. ;unl,w Kiinililo. i
i nf.l :!i an iron in il.tr i'roni linlciipmlciiiv,
. Mil, u:i i.f tiii wiiiilil-ln' mljicr. wh chut
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. in In- flittU l.y i.tiH-.'tn who iuriii-.l ltn
I . e ... , ...
! unil Pnin 1 1 ittmi. ft n-tro. ilown Jtinm-
....I,... ..vwm... l. r,l,,.i,,l strrot l th.
( Jf . Tinnhl';'M woimd -Im pot Kcriou;
Hitnihl.. 'ul li'itton rr- nrrtntod
T,lllV li.'tmH ill i":.iitfiii 111.' W,i.
nuiul.il- Hifl Ii I It. .n were Into-Mi-ute.!. "
'i'hfl ..literal tl,- K.-..l,.,-V,- bin.- in,
walkir.ic over t--, M.- .N,k t.'.M 1-, v ,
I hunt! r i;A'!o. ,n ptirrtn Trr !m
hhe lol.bv at ih time, r.n-rv f,,l.l u,.ral"lr' wnnuin. win as-ume loe coummnd
! . ... ..... ,i...ti.. i -i . n.'i -
l .'.'I, if;.i .- II...I , lining, I lie
tn-n t;igier.tl t'uui the devk. apparently
to tiiak- their departure. When the
M-aiht-d the liooi,, liov. ever. Rumble braced
himself .-igainst tne l.-earo nnd with a nhaky
hnnd firtd two rlmts at the hotel piM
ptietor. Gutsts lii'-li-d Into the lobby and
found Kuiery dead, lying- across th- hotel
I glutei', which was spread open on the
clerk's iklK t mc btiil. i. from Rumble's
revolvor went wild. The second had pierced
Kmery's chest jrt lxlow the heart, eau
itia almost insTcntiiutaiicoun ilealh.
Rumble and Hnf.on fled down the rear!1''5 no,1; "'' ,he Xo''H'-"" Military Ulvlr
stuirwav. Vh, r,- ihev eo.,. ot.-red Sim.ma. i ion -xists in the Deperlnvnt of the MI--
YhiTt- Jl Ii entMJiitered Simons.
tlio porter, who lnr) bn Attracted by the
shots and was .iiisl ascending tlie st-ps.
Ru'.niile tired a eilot ht Hlmons that -truck
th- imrter ia th"1 eiioulder. . and th- two I
roobers pushed b blm and Imltnl lor the I
lr-er. Th- poiici station is KitiiMt.tl im
mediately across Sin s(itet from the bote
arid officers were iln the scene a iiilnut- or
two lifter the HrsJ allot rang out. MSumbU;
and Ilutton wevi seen by the officers
on Minn-Mitii stt.Tt a bba k from the hoi-1
end gave ciiase. firing as tliey ran. One
lull If t siruck Ruinlile a glaneiuu; blow on
tlio check und caused t li v niolder. because
of his drunken condition, to stagger and
'fall. Hutton stopped r.tiinitiK when he re
alised that-RumlilN had bn shot, and tlio
pair won soon landed In Jail.
Pimons .tl.-o wis jaken to the station and
hill wound dresaetl. There It was stated
that the wounds of both Rumble and Pi
nions were slight. The rol.liei secured no
FUTURE OF INDIAN LANDS
ennte ( onimlllee Finishes Taking;
Testimony and Adjoarns to
.Meet In WasfcliiBton.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. .Several mem
bers of the senate committee on Indlnu
affairs.' which has be:i Investigating con
ditions in the lndn Territory, arrived
here today en rout
and HrnnOcpoe of t
lo their homes or to
tn Clark of MontHTia
nnectleut departed for
via Chicago. S-nitor
Clark; of Wyomlncr If ft for Omaha on a late
Irnlu and S"eiM.oi ie Aina; i;r Kani-arf will
depa-rt in llie iiKirnina; for Washlngtuti.
Senator Teller-left tho committee at
liu tleavill-, going direct -to SI. IjouIs on
his way cast. . -.
) The transcript tk-n In tho committee's
Investigation Just comploted -contains 1.4-)
l.ages of typewritten matter. . H comprise
tiHtimony secured from dozens of territory
business and profesionnl men. Indians and
others, eovering- heat-lug at ek-ht of the
principal t itles in Indian Territory.
None of th- senators while lir-, would
CNpress an opinion' ns to what should Us
don- tow ard removing the ri-sii let Ions on
'the sale of the Indian landa or the leasing;
lot" the coal lands. Senator Clark of Wy-
I omlng. said the conunli had not con-I
sldored the report which It will make to
I the senate. Further hearings will be held
"Wt received much Infurmall'iit which
will prove useful." said 8-nator Clark.
"The principal questions, considered were
the removal uf the restrictions to the sal-
f lauds by it" Indians and what shall be
done wilh tTie more than 4'nu'oa acres of
segregalcd coal lands in the Choctaw and
i Chickasaw nations." K-gyptoi-gy in tne ctointry.
i Tno m-ir-liers of th- committee were Im- i Kr01''1 Ui" 'xl-rsire readitig; on this snb
Ipiesetl by tho ptosiierliy of th- Indians, i '(,,t ,l uivrrt at e conchislou of the pur-
Senator Clark said that the followers of j ' "f ,he l'-'PMn flsurc that has puir.led
i Chief Chittliarjo or "CtHzy Hnake" of the j m";' "r wany cenf'tirl'. Pome time ago
I Creeks, were practically tho only full- 1 h" submitted bis J.less to tilt Anercato-
bloods who refused to accept th- land al- logical s.iety. who in turn submitted then
TRIAL OF, ALLEGED LYNCHER
Ytrrdsy lir. Phllllppa received an Invl
J. Hill l.ooch, (aargrd with l.radlns; tatlon to expltlii his tlioory more fully in
Mob at Spring Seld, Mo., lo He
i " !
I SPRINUF1F.LO. Mo.. Nov. .-Tiie trial!
three negroes on the public, square last
I Faster, will begin in the criminal court
j here tomorrow.
; Proseentlng Attorney Patteraon ha te-
t,:,.i m . , . . n.."i n-j .,-iii, im, -
ley. saying that he will lie unable to lw
here and aid the state, in his trial, .hav ing
been call-d to New York lo take testimony,
in th Standard Oil ouster case.
Daniel D. Oalbralth. onother of the al
leged mob laders. will be tried a second
time, on December 14. A Jury failetl to
agre- in l.ls tase at tlie js( term i.f
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DOUBLE TRAGEDY IN TOLEDO
i Mr. and Mrs. Jinn Meat! Mitchell of
Salem, laaa., t am wait Suicide
TDI.K1X). t. Nov. :t.-llr. and Mrs.
Janie. el -otl Mitchtll of Salem, Muss., were
found dead in bd In a rooming house at ' to ,,le arrMtB ialg8 numlxr of former
Bellevue, east Of hero, this uion.lnar. Wh-n eniuiuj httVB t-eu dlscharge.1 without be
thel! loom wa entered a strong odor of ', .ivtn r,v doflll,e ta,iSt. f(J1. (ll,.r i
I formaldehyde gus was noticed. '"oioner
vei-.lict of double
j siilclii-. Later inv estlrstli.ii. hcwei er. le-
veai.-u rac-s woieu o -y m i ie:iu,o in
ihow that Mitchell driiKeed liia wife si-.d
tanned her death and then onunitted sui
cide by the aaiue mean
The two had ben travel. nn; lugether for
eeceial ye-.ir. the wor.ian being a p.timirt.
t known us C'lli- Courliciul
j No Cii - is" fur the murder or s.ittide Is
, kiiuw n.
- " " "
i " ioof.
NKW YORK. Nov.- iS.-lt a stated at
the iiii-nugrr' t.fh.-a of llie MetropollUii
Opera houa i..n!gnt that Kniioo Cart.)'
voice. nn n naa oen atiectod, had Im-
proved to such. an etletit that tlio tenor
ould uuiOtivciy appear VNedncsdav ivmi.
Ing uiil-ka an unforeseen illnes prevented,
l aruso's ! .l will l bruuhl lu-for the
court of a-.rl ,! tomorrow and
vett ii ui i
1 r.RELLY MAY 1AM AFTER IT!
Northern Yiliurj livhirj Cotuniicdor
Likely to Aisome int'i Wcrk.
PERMANENT SUCC-SSxR FIMST OF YEAR
J H-nnrilfil ( rrtnln nlnrl iil-fi-pj-'n
Arilnitn llntli-a Will i
Admit of III TakloB the
i Na Uftumti umionnc m til in v i ln-.-a
' niHae uk to whom v.-IU (niroiil :i turn rt j.-i-
J; V 'n ''on"n"" " "
larl"rc c,,,l' I'i'it month It. tRK- cnimari
i of the AnnTl. iiii tmops now ojMTHttnB In
I "V'"-io.i iire.au R.HIUI .i-pnri
"c.iunrtrr that Major Gfnernl A. W.
Gr-ely, coniniumllngr the Northern Mill-
wiih hi command of the
j division until a itertruinent com.uander ifc
ftiiiiouiic-d by the War d-pnrtment. 11 is
rot thought that Colonel K. S. Godfrey
will take even temporary command of the
department on account of his arduous du
ties as oomninnder of the brigade post at
Fort Riley and paction! irly In view of the
op-nlns; of th- Cavalry School of Applica
tion at that post for the winter and fall
season, of vhlch Colonel Godfrey 1st also
Tt tv f ',,,ll--'l,t Uuit :l, ...1.1., i- .,..r,l... i,t
soiirt, which i.-t on- rif th" largest and
most important military depart menls In
th- count i y. General Greely will be able
to exercls-i the conimnnd without particu
lar detriment to the other departments
of the division.
After January t. a 'number of change
in military commands will be made, as
usually liapii-na at th- beginning of th-n-w
y-ar find. It ia therefore regarded .i"i
more than lik-ly no sp-cIhI commander
of the Missouri department will be mad"
utitM after that d'te.
FOOT BALL LESS DANGEROUS
Death 1. 1st Krilai-ril from Klableeii to
Klevrn aad omber of Injured
CHICAGO. Nov. li.-Kleven dead and M
severely injured Is the record of the foot
ball s'-nson of IfHni aceordine; to the resunv,
of the season's aecid-ntsi In the Tribune
today. These figures are compared with the
casualties of l:-3, when eighteen players
wer- killed and 1"D aeverely injuretl, and,
a-cording lo the Tribune, shows thut "de-
I brutalized" foot ball has accomp'.lslietl In
ja large gr.-e llie object aimed at In
rendering the game less dangerous to life
The d-crease In casualties is especially
marked among high schorl player. In the
mason of ipeft eleven high school players
were killed and forty-seven injuretl In th
season j;ist closed seven were killed ami
twenty-five were badly hurt. All the col
lege and high school gimoH this -year wen
played under the new rules drawn-tip after
;li-n(o vt- )jjws Vi Mi.tfy tiie limi
tation for less' dangerou foot ball aroused
by the lone list of casualties In the season
of !!. ' The value of the new rules Is
shown In the record of the big coil-Be
games. This year not one fatality h is oc
curred in the game played by the larger
The Tribune carries Interviews' with a
number of college presidents and coaches
cast and west, in' which the opinion is
gen-rally expressed that th- new rule,
have uchieved the elimination of much of
j the brutality and danger to life and limb
! that characterised the game in former years
! and' that aliove all It has made the game
I safer for high school boy.
RIDDLE OF SPHYNX SOLVED
New York F.ay otologist Discover
I'nrpose for, Which Historical
Fig a re W as Constructed.
J'.INGHAMTON, N. Y., Nov. iV-Dr.' J.
W. Philliniw of this city believes he has
solv-d the r'.ri.lle of the Sphynx. Or.
! J'billinps Is on- of the btt stud-nt of
i in some -i ine leaning j-.gypioiojtiMs ot
i Europe, from whos- oj.ltiions '.he Archaco-
the i-onclusion that
ius und probable."
: a rKiper lo b- r-d l,efore tin: Arcliato
' logical oo!"ty in the spring. I'ntll he leada
; that p.iper Or. Phlllipps witl not explain
his solution ol iho "tlddlc "
CITY FIRM R0B3ED
Warrant Issued for Arrest uf Terltr
Fmployr .of lontetomery
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Nov. T Tlie ?y
tematie looting of the Kansas City branch
of th Montgomery Ward company of Chi
cago has been discovered and aa o result .1
numlier of employes have been arrested.
It Is said by an officer of the company
In this city that warrant, have li-en Issued
for the arrest of more than twelve former
employes, nnd that th list may be In
creased as the investigation progrease.
Andrew Young, general manager of the
! propel ty stolen. -
More than a month ago officers of tlie,
j company susK-cted tliat a systematic rob-,
I bery was being carried on by certain em- '
ploye.. Secret senice men were einployed,
who went to work with llie regular em-
I tili.v-es. a.i.il doririr Itot iMiit trer-U u iiumtu.r
j cf .rrt,HU have Upf.n Iu addition
Street lir strike Auto.
ST. IH'IS, Nov. -Ji. Cornelius Harrison
was ri'al'ly fatally injured and his wife
suffer-oi serious wounds tonljrhl wh-n the
sutoinotale in whi- h th-y w re riulng was
tut lu two by a street car. Their dsualiter.
Miss M.t-ry Harrison, nnd Thomas Rohan,
who wils actig aa cliaufftur. escaped with
Mr. Harrison was thrown from the ma-
j chine, falling on his had and fracturing-
. hjg kiU1. -lrs. ilsjrlaon wu tlirown
againal tiie t urhstoue and her fa, e was
.Vere!v laoi rated and several scalp wojnds
inflicted oa Ui- back of her head.
yiM autonuibllo wu cionsius the A'andtr
y enter avenue Hack at Washington boule
vard when thi n.ai:hine wus struck III tlie
cental- by a Van enter car. The auto-
i niobil ui l'llt ill t ii
Nebraska weathek recast
Tu rmln j Fair
. i. nia..st m i )
CRAPSEY WILL NOT RECANT
to ,Mkr Hrtrurllon nail Lmri
ROCHF.STKR. N. v.. Nov. Rowing- to
th- will or h,. hutch, but tefusina; to niako
A "cowardly r-tisctlor" of the lH--f which
induced the church to teri.ilnn te his minis
try. H-v. Alet-n,,n S. Ciapb-ry. irt;or of
S'. Andrews' chuivh of tills city, today
renounced his ministry in flic Prot-atai-.t
Kplscopa! church In a 1-tter to Hishop
Wlir.m pavld Walker of the western
diocese of New York. Tn this lett-r Hev.
Mr. Crapsey realTlrmed his belief that th
notion of the orisrln of Jceiiri, that j son
of man wn.t born without a human father,
Is without foundation In history.
He also asserted "thut when T say of
Jesus that H ascended Into heaven I do
not mean and cannot mean that witli His
physlonl body of 11,-sh, Mood and liones. He
Moated Into space and. has for I'.tH) yenrs
been existing somewhere In th- sky, hi
'hat very physical b aly of flesh, blood and
Imukh. Such an existence would !?eeni to
me not glorious, but horrible."
DoclarltiT that he Is about to carry the
ens- to the free- IntelMcence and enlightened
conscience of th" world, th- counsels the
"hundriils of cl-rgymen and thoif-vtnds of
laymen lu the Protestant Kpiscopal church
who have reached the same coiu ltihions as
he has not to be dismayed and lojduy
Wh-re they are."
"I appeal." he :ivi. "from those in place,
of authority in the church Itself to the
great liody of people." Ho .'issert-d that
l.e does not blame his judges and though
he bows to their will rind feels thai It is
llnr.l for him, and says: "I utn equally
certain that It !s not final for the church.
When th- ereat tribunal of thought ha.
decided this contention tho men who ad
minister the church on earth will conform
to tills decision."
Having; lot go of the "temporary and
unstable Interpretations of the creed" he
declare that he holds more flrmjy to the
PRESIDENT NEARING HOME
Hatileshlp l.oi. la Reported Stl'l
Miles UfT Cape Henry Sunday
WASHINGTON, Nov. 25. A meseags- re
ceived at the wireless station at the Wash
ington navy yard and made public today,
from the eattleship I.oui!ena, on which
President Roosevelt and party are return
ing from Panama by way of Porto Rico,
announced that the battleship was 8M mile,
off Cape Henry at S o'clock lost nijrbt. At
he rr.tn t'wh1on the Jjiulsiana Is ntcamlna;
R should r-nch the Vlixinla capes at about
! a: ni. tomorrow. Secretary Ijocb l-ft
Washington today to meet the prwldent
when ho truntf-rs to the naval yacht May
flower In the lower Chesapeake bay. It I.
exp-etrd that the transfer will b made at
Wolf Trap light.
NORFOLK. Va., Nov. :'.-Tlie Norfolk
navy yard tonlgl.it received a wircles. com
munication from .the battleship Louisiana,
conveying; President Roosevelt from
ranaina. The message was for transmis
sion to the bureau of ua vlpation. Navy
ib parrm-nt. Washington.
At s o'clock the Louisiana was i nillee
southeast of Cape Il-nry. Tlie message
requested that the converted, yatht May
fower now an-hoed In Hampton Hoads
meet the Iouls'.ana at 1 o'clock Monday
artornoon off Pln-y Point In the Chesa
peake buy. The Mayflower will leave
Hampton Roads early tomorrow morning
for the rendezvous.
POLREIS MURDER TRIAL TODAY
Wife of Wealthy Brewer ait Slonx
' Falls to tnawrr I harne nf
U II HiiaT Servant Ctrl.
SiOL'X FALLS. S. P.. Nov. S5.-pec!al.)
Interest In the case of Mrs. Knitna Kauf
inaun, wir- of Mow Kaufmanu, a wealthy
locul "brewer, who. Is ehatgcJ w ith the
murder of Mis Agnes Polreis, her l-year-iAi
domestic, ha uguln lioen aroused to
the highest pitch by the announcement,
which is made tin good authority, that Mr.
Knuftnunn will be arraigned lu the male
clicult court Iti this city at o'clock to
morrow nit ruing, to plead lo the serlom
charge against her.
Mrs. Kaufmann lias Just returned to
iottx Falls, after an nbeeuce extending
fio.n last June, wh-n herself, husband and
Charles, their son. departed for an un
known point In the east, following the ac
lion of the state Kiipr'ine court In admit
ting Mr. Kaufnisiiii to bail In tlie sum of
IUJ.Mp'. a bond for this amount having
promptly bet-u furnished.
Mr. Ksuffmaii reluined to Rloux Fall
a few week after their departure and
has remained het throughout the summer
and fall. Charles Kaufmanu was con
stantly with his mother during her volun
FRENCH SCHCOL SHIP BURNED
til Bat Three of FU Hundred Men
Aboard Succeed In
t: scan in or.
TOl'LON. Prance. Nov. li.-rUe torpedo
school Bhlp Algectias, stationed In tlili
harbor, wus totally destroyed by fire at a
late hour thl evening. There were CuO men
on btf.rd when the fire broke out. but it ia
believed that all but three of tli-m were
The Algexiras was a ship of the line ond
Tor a. nunib-r of yeaia past had been doing
duty us a hitroor ves-l and ciiiploye.1 as
a torpedo training ship. It waa of 3.W7
ton displacement, and w.i liuilt iu lX.
Tliei- v.a terrild- anxiely concerning; tile
fate of the Ivj m-n on board. The authori
ties announced that everyUdy bud be-n
luken off tn beats and avtJ wit! th- ex
ception of three. Those inen did not answer
the roil toll and. U It prcsum.d liny weie
burned to d-.uth.
murder er I'nula. Han.
P VULA. Kan-. Nov. ii-Fugre Vohs.
a wealth,' fa nut r. eara old. who Jived
ncuv Ixiuisouig. wus aim', lo J,.-aUi within
a riKO l d'slan..-, of hit home aa he w M
relurniiig I't.a.i l.ouianurg lust nlniit. Hie
wife In urd ti e sliot and 1,s,;hI tlie UcJy
of Iier luisliaud lying to il,u l,tl,i of
hi wugon. There wus 4, bullrt bob bsiiin.l
Ids nr. Ciii'il l'.iik.-r, tears nil. was
urr-ted .ln ;i ii.l Ii. 1-1 -ui s.o-ftt, i"ti.
B ,. 1 L-m.
tio. Tnrmlnj Klr. V. I
irmiirrnoiri. B( niumm " i n i mt j I l
Hour. !). II. mr. In k.T
I A M. til 1IM I ... 1.1
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j n. m ,-m a i. n :t
I " ' 4: SURRENDERS
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" T i. ui IS
'- i: i i. m s
:)) Trfiiuprs ST0R1
1st TelU cf IliiOwn Conteiiion t
the Chri:t!an Life.
AFTER LONG STRUGGU
Joy Cornea After Year Tilled trith Tirk
ntfj tud Derpair.
j INTEREST IN MmiNGS is growing
uctptre jnoicraeni neainer rerson
Crowd Auditor urn Last Micht.
THIRTY-TWO SEEK.N, AT THE ALTAI
Fort; -Tit 4 nnfeaslon at itecoae
PresHyterlan ndar Morning? .
Work of Choir Flrajtea
Desptt.. the inclement w. ether. T.ooo ;iev.
plo rilled tho Auditorium to near Dr. Torrej
at th- mission meeting lust night. As or
the opening rdirht cf the mission, nuinj
could not find scats and so stood In tb
alslep and In iho retir of th- room.
Thirty-two persons cam- to the fitmt tc
confess Christ after the s-rnion was fin
ished, a number larger by twenty thai
n the flist nlBht, which o far bad bow
the most pvoductlve of intmedliite am
Til- vast nudlence was Intensely Inter
ested, nnd when Dr. ivrrey had ftMahw
speaking. It did not melt away as mam
audiences have done on similar occasions
A great majority uf those present remain
to hear th- evanffeilst expound the way ol
life, to the penitents.
Dr. Tarrry'a Own Conversion.
Dr. Tommy's th-mo was of tho blessingi
of the Christian life and the hopeless con
dition of the unsaved. In his illustration'
he. drew from his own fund of experience'
dwelt on the bitter us well us the sweet,
told the story' of his own imnverslon, so in
particular that he confessed mi attempt at
suicide while despairing of the unsucce's
of his life. Tlie rapt attention with which
the audience llntened to his words allowed
this story of conversion ohe of the strong
points-of his sermon.
"Six long, dark years did I struggle with
myself before I gave myself to Christ,"
said the evangelist. "One day. In the attic,
I wa. looking over a hook In my mother',
and what I read there made me rebel
against the Idea of liecomtng a Christian.
The article told of the Christian life what
to do to become a Christian and how to
"I found that a Christian must be what
the Lord would have hi.n. be. go where the
Lord would have blm go, and do what the
Lord would have Mm do. CntlM got lo
that eenten.ee verythln; looked alt right,
for it steined easy to bell-ve end assent
lo all the tilings that had been mentlon-d
up to thaf. Hut there I stuck. 'I won't
tk it." 1 said, Tor Hie Lotd might want
me to be a preacher, and J have t n' .
mind on . W-mhtg ' h ' i,wyer.' . jl d'clded
then and there' not to be Christian, and
for years thut decision embittered my
life. , (
Final Surrender Urlna Joy.
"I entered Yale at 15, to fit mys.If to
become a lawyer. My father was wealthy.
He gave wo plenty of money and I went
In for a good time. I sought Joy, but I
found barrenness, wretchedness, utter de
spair. I plunged Into dissipation and found
sorrow. Nothing' I could do would brink
Jly d-spalr was so utter tliat one night
I Jumiied from my bed and ran to th
witshstaud, looking for a revolver I had
In the drawer there. I Intended to blow
out niy brain. I didn't And the revulver.
I think It was there all the time, but 1
believe God kept me from finding it.
"I dropped down on my kneos in front
of tho washstond and prayed to God. I
told him if he would take th heavy bur
den off my heart I would glv up the law
and preach the gospel. Then I found th
Joy I had so long denied myeeir.
"Every Christian ha "a Joy unspeakable
and full of glory and nobody else ha It.
Some professed Christians hold with one
han. to God and with the other to th
world? and more often than not It Is the
left hand they' liold out to God. Real
Chtlstlutis. let go 'he world and hold to
God with' both hands. '
I.lc Told hr ke Uetll.
"Tho devil comes and say lo you 'Don't
Im; a Christian, because It will take all lb
Butu'hlne out of your life. Th devil t-lls
n lie. It's only when you become Chi1
tian thut the bright aim shines nil the tim
along your patli. Do you ihink It took the
sunrblne out of my lite to become a Chris
tian? Do you think It took the eunshme
out of Mr. Hutlcr's lite here, or Jaooby's?
"(.Hi my friends, Christ gives the hope
of eternal life. Ha tlie world anything to
put up againm that? . Tlie hope of the
future Is more important than ell present
possi-asion. The hope of eternal llfo means
more than pl-awure and companions and
wealth. All these will pas awoy. but
happiness lu Christ will run through all
Dr. Torrey gave this definition of a Chris
tian: A man. woman or child who com
to Ood it' ll lost imur. who take CTtr!
as his Iord and Master and cunfessea Illn
a such before the world, und who strive
to live day by day u Christ would have
At the Sunday uf tmnoon meeting the
main floor of ibe Auditorium waa fill-d
and tlieie was a fair sprinkllrg of people
In the galleries. I'r. Toitey trtlid on
"Personal Work." endeavoring to Impress
Its value upon the minds of bis healer.
His text wus from Pineiiw, "II that
winn-th axilla is wise."
Confeaslon in C nurchea.
Converts ere being made each day who
do not come roiward In the meeting, but
prefer to nuike their eonfeloti public In
their own church-. In the Second Preb -ti-rlan
church ennduy r.ioi nliis. after
won by W, S. Jacby. torty-tbre- iv
oiim cuJiio to Iho abut and entires-! Chri.t
us their Master. On the morr.lns; of the
first, day c f Hie mia;n alsjut sixty pron
were converted, al Hie various ihjrrne
a result of llie mission spirit which ha
spread over th" el;.- l..cf Hi- muut'-t
tlrst lxg.i to, urr.tutr- for the meetings
The woik vf the blr tholr Is g''.lfii.g
to the cu.cli.ts. as well a to tin
minister t-f th- -hutches inter-..td In Ihi
mission movement. B .nduy ut l-oth meet -inga
ail th- siats in the choir left w.le
lill-d. and. In. fact, thl ccndi! I.m pivall
at a'l-.uost everv ni'-etinif. Tim tbolr I
divided into tin M'tii-n. ;u lha; no one
needs to lw prr.if.it more than one-tlili.l
of the Hilt. wUeb caonoi l.-e cons.dwvd a
haifjsiiii on any of the bluut-i. Some of
tin III Want lo bo present ulitinM evt-ry even
ins and occujioojlly 1' liapien. tliere hi
no' ro-rn tor tlitin iu the choir.
Mi ltii'1-t'M siritig Is an uUiatUv -
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