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avariciousness and violence of the
people, so that the personB and
prophets of the people would be en
dangered and great terror would be
prevalent, a divine precursor shall
arise and a Holy Spirit descend, pro
claiming the approach of the appear
ance of the promised Lord, preaching
the coming of the glory of God and
preparing the way before Him, thus
bringing the hearts of the people
nearer together and getting them in
readiness to receive the divine reve
lation. Then the glorious Lord will
appear as with the voice of a great
trumpet, will call all the nations of
the earth to God, proclaim unto them
a new revelation and open before
them a clear and unmistaka"ble road.
VIOLATIONS. A person may be
morally perfect personally and yet be
a violator of God's ordinances, like
the slave-holding church people of
the days before the civil war, who
sinned against the Golden Rule, but
nevertheless imagined themselves to
be good Christians.
We have the same condition at
present. God created this world for
all His children equally, yet the great
majority of His children do not even
own standing room in it. They must
pay a so-called landowner for the
privilege of using the earth, which
the bible says is for alL Here is a
monstrous violation of God's will, a
gigantic robbery of His children. Can
a man consider himself Godfearing
who acquiesces in this great-sin?
J. Weiler, 1736 N. Rockwell St
ON SHORT LETTERS. Just a
suggestion, if you will permit, to im
press upon some contributors to The
Public Forum that they must boil
down their letters.
Why not make a rule that no let
ters will be published that contain
over 250 words, or whieh cannot be
set up in a space -within 5V inches,
or, if you wanted to be a little more
lenient, make the limit one column.
Enforca this rule and it will elim
inate a lot of long-windedness on the
part of some who seem to have no
control over their writing machinery.
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MRS. ANGIER DUKE IS MOTHER
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Mrs. Angjer Duke.
Mr. and Mrs. Angler Buchanan
Duke of New York are the parents
of a son. Mrs. Duke was Miss Cor
delia Biddle, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Anthony J. Drexel Biddle of
Philadelphia. Mr. Duke is the son of
Benjamin N. Duke. Mr. and Mrs.
Duke were married last spring
in Holy Trinity church, Philadelphia,
not long after the bride's debut in
society in Philadelphia, -where her
family are ranked among social lead
ers for generations,
Washington. Suffragists claim
sufficient votes in congress to pre
vent proposed enfranchisement of
men in District of Columbia unless
vote also is given women.
Washington. Lieut Col. Chas. 8.
Bromwell, Honolulu, suicided. Waa
military aide to Former Pres. Roose
velt 111 health cause.