pulled from the buffet and their con
tents scattered on the floor. The ta
ble linen was disarranged, the dining
room win in general disorder.
But the thing which struck the at
tention of the family was the fact
that a marble head "of- Christ, which
was s situated that its eyes fell di
rectly on the silver-chest, had been,
turned with its face to the wall. The
bust told the story. The burglar was
unable to commit the theft with even
a marble Christ looking at him and
had turned the face toward the wall.
May I not hope that you men and
women of Chicago wii! show at least
the tender sensibilities of this burglar?
Billy Sunday's. revival in Chicago
will continue the rest of the week,
with a daily sermon in The Day Book.
Text of Tuesday's sermon: "POSI
TIVE VS. NEGATIVE RELIGION."
ENGLAND WANTS BILLY SUNDAY
Business Men's Movement Believes
He Can Bring About National
London, March 29. "We want
spellbinders and silver-tongued ora
tors from America to put over this
prohibition," says Henry Randall,
who is heading the business men's
movement in England to suppress the
sale of intoxicants until after the war.
Mr. Randall has written all the ad
vertisements in the English press
under the name of "Organizer," and
they have created a great sensation.
Mr. Randall says:
"We are not a temperance society,
but business men, and we don't be
lieve in preaching temperance, but in
selling it through an advertisement
as ameans of obtaining greater effi
ciency in business as well as in the
army. We ought to borrow your
American Billy Sunday to put this
thing through, and if he will come
we will see that he has a place to live
and audiences. We want somebody
to shake ud this liberal government,
and he must be an American spell
binder and silver-tongued orator. No
other can do it.
Letters noured in to Mr. Randall
from all over England from count
esses, manuiaciurers, aumieio, aim
even lawyers. Sir Arthur conan
Doyle wrote: "I am sure that you
are right and if I can help you in any
way I will."
Eneland is gradually being torcea
toward the policy which Russia had
to adopt, prohibiting the sale or liquor
during the war.
TAILORS TO MEET
A mass meeting of Lithuanian and
Polish tailors will be held Tuesday
evening 8 o'clock at Walsh hall,
Noble and Emma sts., Dy tne Amal
gamated Clothing Workers of Amer
ica. M. BOKoiowsKi, eauor ojl me
Zeienik Ludowy; P. Gregitas, editor
Lithuanian News, and wm. itoari
guez, Socialist candidate for alder
man of the 15th ward, will address
the meeting. .
Somehow there always seems to be
Some pesky things to vex;
Now pictures everywhere we see
Of San Francisco's Ex.
'W-YI !" IF"A GUY SOCCEEDS,
HE ho "SHREWD" BUT IF
HE FAILS HE BLAMES
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