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, I 2 - The Salt IjAKe TraBTrsnE: Stotoat Moiotestg-, Max 1, 1904. ........ J
I ; Defends Inspired Book
' ' I Higher Criticism Wrecking
j the Very Citadel of the
j True Faith.
' j i Friends' of All Evangelical Denomi
I I nations Unite to Repel Assaults
I , J on Scriptures.
I! j ' '
i Special to Tho Tribune..
yETC YORK, April 30. Friends of
W tho Bible declaro that the time
, has arrived whon assaults upon
( the Scriptures should bo repelled.
I They have organized an American Bi
ble league American because they pro
pose to Inaugurate a campaign thai
shall extend throughout tho nation;
Bible because they believe It to be tho
word of God; and League because they
Rre banded together for an opposition
to the higher critics that they assort
I Is to be both united and determined. v
Recent largo meetings of men emi
nent as Instructors of tho young, who
i declare under tho guise of critical
scholarship that they are truth seekers
I and nothing more, have aroused the de-
1 i fenders of inspired Scriptures. Tho lat-
' 1 ter declare that something must bo
( done If anything is to remain. It is Bi
ble or no Bible, they say.
1 The vigorous league already engages
1 In warfare. It announces a conven-
I j tlon of defenders of the Bible as it Is,
I and declaro that It finds Interest In Its
I work of Bible defense go great that
, delegates are to attend tho convention
from all parts of tho country. That
I the league considers tho situation grave
is shown by the fact that tho opening
1 meeting at this convention will have
1 for its subject "Tho Present Assault
I on the Bible."
The convention Is to be held In the
Marble Collegiate Reform churchy New
York City. The dates are May 3, 4, and
5. The pastor ofhe church named Is
, 1 tho Rev. Dr. David James Burrell, hlm-
I self a defender of an inspired Bible, and
enjoying a national reputation as a
I ! To Sound tho Keynote.
J ( j The opening address, which is expect-
I , ed to set the keynote for the meeting,
will be delivered by the Rev. Dr. Fran-
I ds L. Patton, the president of Prlnce-
1 ton Theological seminary, and former
i President of the Princeton university.
I I This address will set forth the nature
' ' ! of the present assault, and point out
' Its unparalleled danger.
Discussions upon it are to follow by
I the Rev. Theodore E. Schmauk, presl-
' ; I dent of the Lutherlan general council,
by the Rev. Dr. Henry C. T.Iinton, for
i I mer moderator of the Presbyterian
I general assembly, and the Rev. Dr. S.
1 i L. Eowman, the well-known lecturer
i and until recently the head of the theo-
1 logical department of the De Pauw unl-
I verslty. The president of the .league
William Phillips Hall, a well-knovrn
business man, wiil occupy the chair.
That the assault Is regarded as a
j(, . death one Is shown by tho fact that the
l topic of the first morning session will
1 1 , point out tho consequences of the at-
' tack. This attack is producing de-
' morallzatlon of conduct andi of educa-
1 1 ( lion, and Is havlr.g tremendous Influence
I all of It banefnl upon the ministry and
upon missions. The addresses on the
1 I topic will be delivered by the Rev. Dr,
1 ' Albert H. Plumb, a leading Congrega-
, tional pastor, of Boston, and tho Rev.
, Dr. J. B. Remensnydsr. pastor pf tho
principal Lutherlan church in New
York, and one of the best known lead
ers of the XiUtherlan general synod,
, Discussions will follow by the Rev, J.
Ross Stevenson, pastor of Dr. John
t Hall's old New York church; the Rev.
I Dr. Booth, a former Presbyterian mod-
orator; .Bishop Sabine pf the Reformed
Episcopal church and the Rev. Dr. D.
J. Burrell of the Reformed church.
Hj j Attacks tho Higher Critics.
fl ' On the same day, and following in
the evening, vital topics like the fol
' , J lowing will be discussed: "The- Ground-
j lessnesa of the Present Rationalistic
Claims," the aim being to enow that
' the claims now put forth by the hlgh-
I or critics aro the same old heretical
claims of past agea It will also bo
, shown that these rationalistic argu-
h ments go directly to undermine the
i I . principles of the New Testament, and
later oh in tho discussions it will also
be shown that higher criticism Is not
1 1 without its fad, including an evolu-
H Speakers Include Prof. Howard Os-
good of Rochester 'seminary, who was
one of the revisers of tho Bible under
n the American committee President
' Weidner of the Theological Bemlnary of
H Chicago; Prof. Edmund J. Wolf, presl-
1 dent of the Lutheran general synod;
jSJll ' Prof. J. B. Thomas of Newton Theolo--
jVJIj gleal seminary; Prof. G. Frank Wright
a of Oberlln, and the Rev. Dr. Robert
H, j ilacKenzIe.
The closing eesslon of tho conven
Hj j tion will talk over the best way to
HL remedy present evils. The league's
i method la to concentrate popular atten-
tlon upon a mastery of tho Bible and
H, -what Is In It. Addresses will be made
by members of the league, and espe
Hh rlally upon methods of reaching and
Hl! "f Influencing' the young, by the Rev.
p 1 Wayland Hoyt, a Christian Endeavor
1 leader; the Rev. Charles Li. Fry of the
H! 'Lutheran League of America; Willis E.
H! Lougec, one of the International Young
. Men's Christian association secretaries,
H'. and the Rev. Dr. James A. Worden, su-
Hti perlntendent of Sabbath-school and
missionary work in the Presbyterian
In the league's ofTlclal "board, follow
M, -lng, William Phillips Hall as president,
j ' are Prof- Beecher of Auburn seminary;
( il!1 President Butts of Drew seminary, the
( A well-known Methodist Institution; tbo
Hj. in rev, Dr. E. P, Ingersoll, the Congrega-
ill tional secretary of the American Bible
M) society; President McGarvey o Lex-
Hi, ' ,M lngton ;mlnary; President Mulllns of
H' tlie Baptist seminary at Louisville;
Uuyh Tapjrart of New York, and many
of thoso whose names havo Just been
mentioned as programme speakers.
So Intense has tho feeling come to bo
of late that olllclal organs of varlouo,
bodies havo found it essential to speak
out In favor of an Inspired Bible, and
dcploro the assaults of tho higher
critics. Thoy admit that unless a stand
is taken on tho safo Bide, and that Im
mediately, there will be no Blblo at nil
. GRATIFIEDJN DEATH
Aged Man's Daughter Did Not Wish,
to Survive Her Father, and "Wao
Buried With Him.
Spoclal to Tho Tribune
a -r EW YORK, April 30.5-Crushcd by
1a the death of her aged father, who
had been her closest companion
for many years, Miss. Mary E.
Lalor, aged 10, was found unconscious
In her room, a victim of apoplexy, and
was burled In the same grave with her
Especially noteworthy is tho clroum
stance, since Miss Lalor was" heard to
say to her 1 father repeatedly that:
"When you die, I want to dlo, too."
"I should not Hko to live if you wero
gone, my child," was tho father's re
Joinder. Miss Lalors devotion to her father
and constant care of him seemed to
havo kept her from all thought of mar
riage. When he became 111 shortly af
ter his 74th birthday sho attended him
devotedly and rejoiced when ho ap
peared to Improve and IiIh recovery
seemed likely. The strain of her nurs
ing weakened the daughter, and her
brother and sister rejoiced that the Im
provement In their father's, health
would glvo her an opportunity to re
Then tho father was suddenly and
fatally stricken. Miss Lalor hardly
spoke after her father's death. Tho
blow utterly crushed her, and an hour
after he died she was found uncon-
bcIous hi hor room. B'eforo nightfall
she, too, had died and gono to Join the
father to whom she was so devoted.
Whilo Captain and Crow Searched for
a Child That She Had Left
Special to Tho Tribune.
NEW YORIC, April 30. Mrs. Mary
Schwab lives at Newark and she
has a three-year-old child. Somo
of Mary's friends wero booked to
leavo for tho Fatherland on the Kaiser
Wilhclm der Grosse, which was tied up
at tho North German Lloyd pier at Ho
boken, and she hastened to tho pier a
few moments before sailing hour to say
Mrs. Schwab was a sister, perhaps, to
tho man who put his umbrella to bed
and stood up In a corner all night. Ho
wa3 troubled with acuto absent mind
edness. When tho "all ashore" gong was
sounded, Mrs. Schwab began a frantic
search for her child. Her anxiety was
followed by screams and tho captain
started a steward In every direction to
look for the three-year-old. No ono
remembered seeing the child and as It
could not be found the captain and tho
searching party concluded that the
daughter had fallen overboard.
Just then Mrs. Schwab came to her
self. With a sigh that fairly shopk the
big vessel, sho said:
"O, I remember now. I left her with
ono of the neighbors at home."
BIG BLAZE VISITS
' GITY OF PROVIDENCE
Frames Destroy Property Valu6d
at SSOO,000 in the Hhodo
PROVIDENCE, R. I., May 1. Loss
of ?600,0DO was occassloncd by fire
that broko out In the building oc-
cupled by the Anthon & Cowoll
Furniture company at 9 o'clock last
night. The flro was under control at 2
o'clock this morning. The building, a
six story structure extending from
Woybosset to Chapel streets was gut
ted. The loss to tho firm la estimated
at half a million dollars, whilo the dam
age to tho building Itself Is 5100,000.
Tho Are was thought to havo bebn
under control at midnight but later It
broke out afresh and gave the entire
fire departtment the hardest fight Is
has had In years. 'The Household Fur
niture company, which occupies an ad
Joining building, suffered considerable
loss through smoke and water.
WILL NOT WALK ON
THEIR RETURN HOME
Idve-StocK Men in Idaho Notified
of. Rescinding of Rulo by
BOISE, Ida., April 30. Shippers of
live stock here are being notified
this evening that the Northwest
ern road has rescinded the rule
against tho giving of roturn transpor
tation for thoso taking llvo stock to
market Stockmen feel elated, as they
regard this as the beginning of tho end
of the long fight over that point. Tho
roads united In tho rule that no more
return transportation should be issued.
The shippers have contested the point
with great determination, but the traf
fic association decided some three
weeks ago that tho rule should stand.
It wouldmean a heavy bill of expense
to stockmen. These admit some ship
pers have abused the privilege, but
they hold this can bo avoided If the
railway agents exercleo precaution
Transient Visitor From Wisconsin
1 Tires of Life and Dios by
His Own Hand,
FRANK KELLNER, a transient, com
mitted oulclde by taking strychnine
at an early hour this morning In a
roomlncrhousu at 327 Wcat South
Temple street. The only explanation of
tho aot was a noto lying on tho table In
tho room whe'ro tho man died. Tho noto
"My name Is Frank ICellnor. No causo
for thin deed only I am tired of living. I
wish my parents are notified, of thla. My
father's address la F B. lellner, Wobl
Grand Rapids, Mlchlcan."
Near tho nolo was a aealod and atajipod
lottcr addressed to Miss Fannie Gartor,
Cora, Fremont county, Wyo. Scratched
on a piece of papor, folded around the en
velope, -tvoro tho worda. "To bo mailed
without bolne opened."
Othor information than -this loft by the
sulcldo there wan none. Tho proprietress
of tho rooming-house stated that Kcllner
had ongugod tho room early Saturday
evening. About midnight ho Iw thought to
havo removed his otitor clothing and swal
lowed tho fatal doBe of poison. About 1:30
thlB morning tho proprietress of tho hou30
and other inmates wero awakened by loud
Boroams from Kollner's room on tho first
floor. Upon 6ntorlng the room tho man
was discovered In great pain, and he ex
plained that ho ha'd Uwallowed strychnlno.
When asked how much he had taken Jhls
only answer was. "Oh, I guess I'vo takon
enough." Patrolman Moore was told of
tho act, and ho immedlatoly notified polico
headquarters. Dr. E. E. Wilcox was sum
moned, but arrived too late. Tho man
dlod about 2 o'clock. When tho doctor ar
rived fivo minutes lalor his Bcrvlces were
Tho sulcldo is a young man not moro
than 30 years of one, large, strong and
well built His face was smooth-shaven
and his hair cropped clone to tho head
Coroner Clark was notified of tho case
soon after It happened, but had not ar
rived at tho eceno of tho suicide at 2:30
QUIT COLLEGE AT
AT TWENTY FIVE
President Harper Says It Is Mistake
to Get In Habit of Going
Special to Tho Tribune.
CHICAGO, April 30. President Harper
says ho has no patlonce with tho
student who docs not plan his life
work whilo ho puraues hla under
graduate course. "Get out and huatlo," Is
hlB advice to tho eonlors.
"At tho aG;o of 25 a young man should bo
thinking abont getting Into hlB life work.
Undor tho present educational advantages
a studont should bo ablo to finish his col
lego studies when ho Is around 20. Ho then
can spend a year In business, whero ho
will gain much by coming In contact with
tho business world, and later can tako up
and finish his professional work or gradu
ate work by tho tlmo ho Is 2o years old. .
"I havo advised twenty men during the
last year to quit tho university and to go
to work, Somo students got Into tho
habit of going to Bchool and continue go
ing, waiting for a Job to be given them.
Collego is not a buslnoss, but a place to
prepare for business "
ARRIVE IN BOSTON
One Hundred and Thirty Reach the
Hub Prom Europe En Ilouto
BOSTON, April 30. Ono hundred and I
thirty Mormon converts arrived
here from Utah today on tho Whlto
Star steamer Crctlc. Thoy aro In
chargo of Elders J. I. Alford and Charlo3
J. Johnson, who havo been abroad for
about two years. The converts started for
Utah tonight They aro English, Germans,
Scandinavians and Hollanders.
NEW YORK. April SO, Branches of the
Carrlago and Wagon Workers' union In
New York and vicinity havo been notified
to tako final action before Monday on tho
demands which they havo mado on the
employers to go Into effect on that day.
Tho men declare that unless their employ
ers capitulate thoy will ctrlko. About G0O0
men will be affected.
Pretty less io
City of Pueblo
Sheriff, Chief of Polico and Other
Officials Indicted by Grand
PUEBLO, Colo., April 30. Tho spe
cial grand Jury Investigating mu
nicipal affa'lrs returned nine In
dictments, two of which arc
against Sheriff J. L. Beaman and .Chief
of Polico II. M. Shoup, charging failure
to properly perform their duties. The
' other indictments aro against other
city officials on charges connected with
conducting gambling-houses and send-
Ing obscene matter through the malls.
' Octogenarian to
Wed Maid of Seventy
Aged Couple in ittichigan Secure
. License From. County Clerk
ADRIAN, Mich., April 30. Cupid is
playing havoc with Hudson's un
married folks, all of the licenses
Issued tho past week by County
Clerk Fred Kline being secured by res
idents of that city. The list is headed
by an octogenarian, John Shivers, aged
SO, who It to wed Nancy J. Price, aged
POLICE RULES FOR
Codo in TJso in Nevr York That
Leaves No Further Education
Special to .Tho Trlb'une,
N'EW, YORK, April GO. Chicago's plan
of Instructing her polloo Xoreo on
how to detect a plain drunk, has
brought out tho fact that for tho
practical purposes of polico business In
Now York tho Btogcs of Intoxication aro
Plain drunk. When a man Is barely
nblo to tako caro of himself, but had bet
ter bo locked up for safo keeping.
Drunk and disorderly. When ho Is wob
bly on his legs and la filled with a wild
desire to Bmash things and to get clubbed.
Dead drunk. When ho Ilea In a doorway
or In tho utreot In an abeolutoly uncon
D. T. drunk. When ho loans against a
lamp post and oaks If It Isn't funny that
green lizards are running along tho sides
of tho houses and whlto dragons and
squaro-hcaded dogs are marching with
red lanterns in the middle of Broadway.
In thn .opinion of tho polico thoy have
a sufficiently good theoretical knowledge
to tell the various stages of Intoxication
aa far as tho public la concerned, without
.further Instruction. v
MEETING OF ATHLETES
OPEN TO ALL COLLEGES
CHICAGO, April 30. Entries already
by the conference collego committee in
dicate one result of making the annual
meeting which was open to all Western
colleges. Leland Stanford has .sent
word that It will send a team, which
will Include Dunn, who ran a quarter
of a mile In 50 seconds; Hyde, who has
put the shot 45 fee"t, and Dole, who has
a record of 12 feet 2 Inches In tho pole
vault. Will Plaw, the hammer-thrower
of California, has also sent word ho
will enter the contest. .
In addition to these entries the com
mittee has been Informed that athletes
will be sent from the Universities of
Omaha. Missouri, Belolt and Knox col
lege. Entries will close on May 15,
330,000 in Stakes.
NEW YORK, April 30. Horsemen
havo been notified that the meetings of
the Grand circuit at Empire and Brigh
ton tracks contemplate offering $30,000
for a stake race for 2:15 trotters. If
carried out the purses will bo the larg
est ever contested for by trotters.
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