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ROOK ISLAND ARGU
SIXTIETH YEAR. NO. 243.
FRIDAY. JULY 28, 1911. TWELVE PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
II IS M I
Not a Dollar Exchanged
in Tennessee Sale,
Whole Financial Situation in
New York Acute at Time,
New York, July 28. L. C. Hanna
of Cleveland, a brother of the late
Mark A. Hanna, today told the house
sieei cumuiie ma tiuu ul connected with the New York Central
events connected with the absorption .
of the Tennessee Coal & Iron com- j railroad interests today confirmed e.ne
pany by the Steel corporation in report the plans were considered coa
1907. Mr. Hanna was manager of solidating the financial macgement of
the Tennessee company before it j tLe New Yorki Central system. Thij is
waa absorbed by the Steel corpora
tion. D1D5PT COST POSTAGE STAMP.
"Financing of Tennessee did not
cost us the price of the postage
stamp," said Hanna in reply to a
question from Chairman Stanley, if
Morgan or any other syndicate was
employed to iloat the bonds. At the
time of the sale of Tennessee to the
Steel corporation, Hanna declared
the former was in good financial
condition, but the bale was necessary
to avoid the failure of Moore and
' Schley and the threatened spread of
WISEST HI.NAXCIEHS AI. AHMED.
"The whole financial situation in
New York was acute," said Hanna,
"and the fear among the wisest fi
nanciers was that it would prow
worse, and pass beyond the control of
In the transfer, the witness admit
ted, not a dollar changed hands, the
transaction being executed by an ex
change of stkk. The effect of the
transfer, he feftssuredlysaved the
day and was the turning polnt'for
the better in the panic.
WILLING TO GIVE UP
fJocree Is Submitted to Attorney
General, and May lie Accepted
Washington, July 2 8. Attorneys
for the electrical "trust" have sub
mitted to Attorney General Wicker- i
sham a decree which it is said they
are willing to have entered against
the alleged combination in the gov
ernment's suit for dissolution. The
significance of this is that the trust
is willing to give up. It is said, witu
some modification, the proposition
may be acceptable to the govern
ment. C0RTELY0U IS ACCUSED
li. G. I4i mo'.un-s llearinits iu His
t'-uM-s V-r Prtmiixxl. j
Washington. July 2s. That for-j
mer Postmaster General Coi telyo'J j
"broke his word" and that "the fe-.-
oti.l c!ass mail privilege is a word I
l aiiging over t!ie lu ads of publisher s ;
:o keep them from opeuiug their
mouths agai::nt potofiice ofi'.oials" was
aeclarcd by E. G. Lewis, present f
.lie Lewis 1 u'l-.-uili: compaiiv in j-i.
Iamii.. btfore tho house postollice
pi It. i:iure: committee.
i..'i. ch.:igil that mail fra;;d cr-j
'.cis were issued unjustly and unlaw ful -
l ugainst ys company. My !fl the city and for months trave'.ej
"Mr. Corttlyou !r.ke his word to ' in Europe in an effort to evade be. I g
me." s.;.l Mr. 1-wis, "both iu regard to called to teitify in the trial. t'jon h-r
tl'e fraud order !.ioU he issw. u j ret urn she w as subpoenaed, and a sen-ugav.-.st
our bark a:.d also as to the : satior.al trial followed. Mr. Springer
jrder aai'i-t n.ir woman's magarliio. obtained a divorce recently, and Miv.
He premised us lnir:tis in b- th w.;-. , Springer is said u have left the couu
ii:t di(i not give us any i hance at a:,.';try.
More Postal Savings Banks.
Wa.-!'.ir.tin. .Iul 2v - l'i stma0.cr
Genera: Hitchcock today extended C.;o
pos'al savirgs svsttm to e ad.i:;ioi:aI
?c o:;d i lass poi-tofTiceS.
TAFT IN DANGER
OF LOSING A VOTE!;
j,,ty Notice has
been unui . i uft by a m
f l,v ! nun in the
middle west w !u recently rt-fused a
nostoi'.icf ai.iHimtiii.i but w hose
name is n .t d-.vulged. that the presi- ;
dent bi-d hst the support vf the vote
cf .it ..r. i:iy.-n H . wrete
to the president as follows: "1 am'
srr ousiy wounded in u.y fcel:rs. j
and unbss I get restitution and sat-
isfaciion from ..u n..w. 1 tee! I u ill ;
withdraw i.iy up per I and influence ,
from you and pive .t to Senator La
Folktte. who is representing the oth-
er faction of the party. I don t w ish
to be vindictive, 'but certaic." feci ;
tL-t I ou: urcu. ii
Forecast Till 7 P. M. Tomorrow, for
Rock Island, Davenport, Moline,
Showers this afternoon and tonight.
Saturday fair, not much change In tem
perature. Highest temierature yesterday, &6,
lowest last night 69. at 7 a. m. 69.
Precipitation up to 7 a. m, none.
Velocity of -wind 6 miles an hour.
Relative humidity at 7 p. m., 42, at
7 a. m., 67.
Stage of -water .6, a fall of .1 in last
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Sun Beta 70S. riaea 4.-49; moon sets
9:29 p. m.; 4:10 jv. rn moon In con
Junction with Venus, passing from
west to east of the planet, Z degrees
N. Y. CENTRAL LINES
UNDER ONE HEAD
Consolidation of Financial Manage-
nient Considered Biggest
Deal in History.
New York. July 28. Bankers
by far the largest readjustment in rail
road capitalization ever undertaken, in
volving several hundred million dol
lars of value and 13,000 miles of
STAKES MONEY AND
LIFE ON STOCK DEAL
Canadian Wins So 7,000 and Will
Tour World Instead of Kill
Toronto, Ont., July 2S. Jos '-
Sherbrooke of Hamilton, Ont.. two
months ago dec ided he would stake ev
ery cent, he had on the stock market
ar.d win enough to tour the world or
go broke and "do away with himself. '
lie left yesterday on his world tour.
Sbcrbroou was a small restaurant
proprietor. Taking his cue from news
paper gossip, lie 6old his business arid
purchased on margin 1,500 shares A
Toronto street railway stock. A fe'
weeks i later be sold his holdings at ?
big advance, his profits amounting to
"It was a case of making cnoueh to
live on the rest of my life or doiug
away with myself,'' he said today. "A
year ago I lost my w ife and I was fcti
ing pretty lonely. I decided to trave.,
but my moans wouldn't enable me to
do it. I had never speculated in stnc:
before, but this looked a good tiling '
HENWOOD GETS LIFE
Slayer of You I'liul Convicted by
IH-mer Jury Wife of Million
aire Mentioned in Trial.
Denver, Colo., July 2S. Frank II.
Henwood, convicted of murder in He'
jCopeland whiie shooting at S. L. von j
,1 nui, tue t?t. ixuis aeronaut, whom tie!
also killed, in a hotel barroom he's.
on the lii-lit of May 24, was yesterday '
sentenced to life imprisonment. Thj ;
s-h(Ktiug was the outcome of a quari tl '
between Henwood and Von Phul a j
w hich the name of Mrs. Springer, wife j
of a Denver millionaire, is said to ha. j ;
tigui.-d. Von Phul. it is sa:d. was iis-;
c - u?ing a ihotoi;nii.h of tho vvoi.ia'i ;
wliich, he declared, was in his poss-s-
sum. i he argument started m a dowu ;
town aie. Mini njitu n
a i us'.
cx-jheit'it Heiiwood drew a revolver and
jt - nieu i:.e ri. ihjis ran. v opetai:- ,
w l.o was a bystandt r, also rec.-i6d fa-
' tal injurie s. Mrs. Springer immedid.e-
KING GEORGE IS NOT L-
i;-Irt C-lrculatoei in America Are
lH-uie-d Kcccivea Friends.
I-er.don. July 2. There is no foi-n-!
dation fr the reports circulated in the
I'nited Ktates that King George is i".. '
1'r.U'ss the political situation is moiegram ar.d is now- asking for a part in-j
st-rious he will attend the Cowes rr ! stead of the whole coast of the French
gatta on Saturday. Yesterday mom i Como. but at the same time camir.2 !
ing he received Andre Beaumont, the i
rencb aviator, and for 2' minutes dis-i
'tusse - d with the airman the lattet's
fiisht around Great Britain. The kin;!
iaJ rv::.g a.iocso ana ejueen victonai
of Spain and former King Manuel of
Portugal with him at luncheon. He Is
nave bismess concerning tne political
crisis ana U
Celebrate Illinois Day.
hicago. jui -. nnnois aay wast
celebrated at the national military
t uruam.nt today ar.d thousands of out
of town visitors were drawn from all
parts of the s'ate. Among the visitors
today es .dajor General William Bi.-1
dU - . ccntmar.dant of felted Sutcs mar-
- ti v csLiEgton, u. c.
1 AFRICA KNOT
TO BE UNTIED
Believed France and Ger
many Will Get To
gether WITHOUT POWERS' AID
Impression Gains Favor in Of
ficial Circles in Berlin
Activities in Paris.
Berlin, July 28. It is believed in
official circles that France and Ger-
many will be able to untie the Af
rican knot by direct negotiations
and without opening the doors to
The University of Wisconsin Has Put Athletics
N.w IT OUGHT 1G-MAKC -
A-r-titjH KICK-R-CCORD O 1
LlW V lOt-TMLY f I ' '
I'iFi' V CA.VT 7HJtOXr J eV--,
participation by Great Britain and :
Ml 1. 1. HKOIU. M7.E A It MY.
Rambouillet, Prance, July 2S.-
he con,.lubio ' of the cabinet meet-!
in? in.lav official an non nr ii.cnt was I
,naje tjiat pourparlers betw e.-n I
pr-ince nid Germanv over nroceed- i
i iK.riii-i.lIv ar il tint the cabinet i
H..ci,lf.I tmnn 1 rnri;ani7ation
armJ. which represents the "crow n-:
ius of tne military work pursued by j
the repubHc for the last 40 years." j
iariSi juy 29. Greater optimism j
rrevajud at ,fce capital, though it was !
ari,n;mi n, got:,ition.s with Germany
,llt, M(irot.run affair Miiain i
The statem nt by Premier i
Asluith yesterday and Premier Call-
.. j,. , f.-..nv, ,r y.a nm. i
It' l. AO 1)1, IV l iu 111. a , ' ' V L ' ' J ' "
dent, relieved the tension at a mom. nt '
r. lief was most needed, as discreet mil-
itary pre i arations by the government
gave rise to an apprtaension mat war
was not iu:possible.
OKlll HS TO A AI.UY.
Thc-se preparations included orders
to the cavalry to be ready for the field
at the first signal, he avy provisioning !
of forts on the eastern frontier by spe- j
clal supply train runs out of Paris at j
night, and the mustering of all regi-j
'nts to lhoir fuM Quota !
I.KHMO I'HIH.IUM MODIFIED. 1
It is understood that Baron, von Kid- ;
erlen Waechter. Germany's foreign sec-!
rt-tary. who is conducting negotiations!
with French Ambassador Cambon at .
Iie.rlin. has mo iif.ed his original pro-j
other conditions w hich France would !
e - d difficulty in accenting. Neverthe-
h - ss the re is a strong feeling that a so-
luUon will be fouud.
Will Not Consider Case.
Washington. July 2S. The fede.al
board of r-arole todav decided not to i
consider the case or John R. Walsh. con- ,
victed Chicago banker, unless the ri-1
maining indictments against Lim are
Wreck; Body Washed Ashore.
Ha-ifax, July 2S. The steamer Joha I
Irwin struck a rock and sank off Be a -
ver harbor Tuesday last. Willie Ms-j
Leod. washed ashore on a hatch, is
Leod. washed ashore on a Latch, is be- J than IS years old. was introduced t ;
lleed to be the only survivor of adar by Representative Berger tVi-ic
'totea cj- more or tae steamers crew
TRUST IS OBEYING
ORDERS OF COURT
Committees Named to Perfect
Reorganization of American
IS GIVEN UNTIL DEC. 29
Greater Portion of Capitalization Is
Held by Investors Through
New York, July 2S. The first for
mal action in the way of readjusting
the business of the American Tobac
co company in conformity with the
decision of the United States su
preme court was taken yesterday in
the appointments of committees to
represent the holders of the senior
securities and cooperate with the
management in the work of reorgan
ization. It may be assumed from the ap
pointment of the committees that the
company has a readjustment plan
well under way. At any rate the
managers of the company, the lead-
ANYTHING kJ BlTTEfc.THAH TMLf
ing security holders, thtir bankers !
and their lawyers, have been at work
Ion measures of compliance with the
' court's decision since tho decision
on May 29.
l he company has until Xec. I'J to
readjust or dissolve its business in
accordance with the decision, but, or
course, its officers and se-urity hold-
trs began the work of readjustment
immediately upon hearing the
SECl RITIES WIDELY UlSTHiHlTi:i).
It is essential, as it was explained
yesterday, that holders of all classes
of securities cooperate in a liberal
cnmiiliancf with the court's direction.
The securities are widely distributed ;
and of the entire capitalization of !
thp pomnanT a greater oortion is
held by small investors all over the 1
country and xy many investors m
foreign cjuntrtc s.
HAYTIEN CAPITAL IS
AT MERCY OF ENEMY
General 1-aeonte at Head of Invading
yurve Simon llecognizes Ue j
July 28. The .
revolutionists encompass the capital,
President Simon appears to recog
nize the inevitable. General Lecente
is at the head of invading forces.
Women End Campaign.
Chicago, July 2S. Minoua S. Jonea,
president of the National Race Bettcr-
meet league, and Dr. Julia Bidd e of
lOehkosh, Wis., president of the is-
con sin league, arrived in Chicago tuda
(alter iiie mree cits i-iu an
itomobiles through Wisconsin urgi;;;of my
votes for women. They orgaLizu
branch leagues in Oshkosh, Neeaa
and other Wisconsin ioaus.
16-Year Age Limit.
Washington, JtJy 2S. A bill prohibition to aJd several em-doves to the ,y
employment In any capacity cr;rol;s, charged that the "spoi:s s-ysi.a!
persons under 1G year of age by tne
government, or any government c-;---,
; tractor, and providing that special patronage that members often were i
livery letter carriers stall not be le.awarded "half a man." Senator Din.u '
be-'thaa IS years old. was introduced t republican, retorted that the democ-!t-l
W. H. Jackson Killed in
Room by Former Ho
ROBBERY THE MOTIVE
Tells of Victim Wakening Be
fore Chloroform Is Ef
fective. New York, July 2S. Paul Geidel,
aged 17, a discharged bell boy, and
youthful cigaret smokar, was arretted
today as the murderer of William Hen
ry Jackson, the broker found brutaiiy
killed m a hotel yesterday. After ais
On Its Course of Study
0 cewLtt to-in. AMHA
arrest the police who were closeted
with Geidel produced a confession
which they said the lad had dictated
and signed, giving the details of lh;
crime. Robbery was tho motive, ac
cording to the statement, but the mu.
derer netted only G in casli and a
HOY Ullllllli Kl MX.
Geidel was a bellboy at the Iro
quois, where Jackson was guest, un
til last Friday, when he was dis
charged. Me was without money.
On going to his rooming place he
noticed a bottle of chloroform which
the landlady had purchased r few-
day before in order to kill an ailing
pet dog. It occurred forth with to Gel-
ri.i tyo nnfccir, ..., v..
, ' lit' oaa, ii.au lit:
might obtain money by ehloroform-
ing and robbing tho aged broker. !
who was reput. d to carry large sums'
about with hi in.
j kso avkes; Kic.iiT.
The confession continues: "Late
Wednesday night I entere d .Jackson's j
apartment through a transom. Ife I
awoke as I was preparing to drop!
ttie chloroform-soaked rag over h'.s !
face, and instead of going uncon-'
scious at one w ith the drutr. he be-
gan a de-sperate fit-lit. 1 hit him hanT
' the face and he sank down help- i
-ss. Th n the c hloroform did the ;
io-r t IRE Hint ll'l'i;. ;
i.e idel was brought before a cr.ro- f
ner's Jury today. He was held on
a charge of botnkide to await action
of the grand jury. Love of clothes
and finery caused Geidel to attempt
the robbery whicn ended in the kill-.
ing of the broker. Jackson had been ;
a liberal tipper and the bellboy bc j
iieverj ne naa mon--- in every.
poeket.' "I don't care what hap-1
pei.s to me, said Geidc-I. "but what
po,r mother and sister in
,"rn Jo -"ore tmp.oyes.
Washington, July 2v Senator Ke a.
ui iuuidi.a, fcptahi:. lotiay ou a resf'i
ran mad" in the senate
-".e e tbo r-i-
p iblicans so sjstematically di.idel!f Thr.rr-a I. H:i.c.n for hu candi-.'sucb
republican, retorted that the democ.-i.it-1
bonse tad discharge.! all tLe repab-j
Lcaa employes. i
MOVE TO PLACE
TAFT IN A HOLE
Standpatters So Characterize
Wool Coalition of Democrats
PRESS USE OF VETO POWER
House May Compromise on La Fol
ette Measure and Defeated
Washington, July 2S. Discussion of
the cotton revision bill began in the
house today. Chairman Underwood ex
plained the amount of revenue that
would be produced by the bill, and de
fended tho reductions over the present
tariff measure. The bill is expected to
be passed by the house Aug. 3.
IRGKU PRESIDENTIAL. VETO.
The president today was urged bv
several standpat republican leaders in
I tne senate and house to veto any wool
revision bill that is likely to be agreed
upon. The congressmen advanced the
idea that the senate coalition of insur
gents and democrats was an attempt
to put the president "in a hole," polit
ically. Executive disapproval of a
measure designed for such a purpose,
they told the president, could not work
to his discredit. Intimations are strong
er today that the presideut would not
hesitate to use the veto, although he is
compromise: ix favor.
Amid applause the house today re
ceived the compromise wool bill. The
bill was laid on the speaker's table.
General sentiment seemed to favor i
compromise between the & Kollette
bill and the defeated house bill.
FOUR SURVIVE IN
Gardner, Scckel, Fownes and Hyers
ICemain in Western Golf Title
Detroit, Mich., July 2S. One more
turn on the wheel In the western ama
teur golf championship at the Detroit
Golf club yesterday reduced the origi
nal field of 1C3 starters to four, aad
made it certain that the next title hold
tit will como from- either Pittsbuf cfToT5tlaw, but the sOH'tfeclaiCtT that' was
The Smoky city has two veteran rep
resentatives in "W. C. Fownes, Jr., na
tional title holder, and Ebon M. Byer3,
national champion in 11)06 and runner
up in 1902 and 1003, while Chicago
will have to look for the retention cf
its laurels to Robert A. Gardner of
Hinsdale, national champion in 1909,
and Albert Seckel of Riverside,
champion of Princeton.
The four duels of yesterday fought
in brilliant golfing weather brought
about the downfall of Western Cham
pion Mason Phelps, who was defeated
by Hob Gardner 2 up, the defeat cf
Paul Hunter of Midlothian by Fownea
1 up, the elimination of J. D. Standiso
of Detroit, former Michigan chara-
liion under a nen aocKvi. i ami j. anu
tjie si10wing under of l)r . M . D. Ritchie
iof 'Pittsburg by Dyers to the tune of l
RAISE ON FREIGHT
Investigation of Kate Advanco
15U Hailroad I to lie
fond uc ted.
Washington, July ,28. Advanced
class freight rates proposed by 159
railways of the Central Traffic asso
ciation territory of the middle west,
averaging approximately 0 per cent,
today were suspended by the inter-
itfuio tu n r i m i-ri ( ft in in iKifin until un
illvt.stiKaon ,Illo th,.ir roperty can
, niitk. T1,e pror,oiif.(1 t;iriffs were
. . .... , , ,
The y we re suspended until Nov. 29.
in the meantime the existing rates
will be in effec t,
Pirate Boss Buys.
St. Paul. July 2V Barne-y Dreyfuss
president of the Pittsburg Baseball j
club, has put through a de al with
Owner Lennon of the local dub w hot j
bv the nirafes s.-enre the services of !
;iUv Kellv, the saints' star catcher an-I I
i battery mate of Martin O'TooJe, who .
was goi,j to Bittsburg a f e a- days ao
for $22. ".-c Dreyfuss paid $10,000 m
asb for Kelly and will give St. Paul a
catche-r worth $2, .. It Is thought
Kelly will report to the Pitt3burg rl ib
at the same time a O Toole, whltlil
to about September.
Coy Bandit Dies in Prison.
Stillwater, Minn., July 2S.
Charles Milsdreswki. 10. a yo-ithfuI
bandit of Dulurh, formerly a boll-
boy at a hotel, dic-d
at the state !
prison hospital of acute tuberculosis.
He was one of two boys who last ;
!wlnUr held up the night clerk at a
j 1uluth holel.
Hitgen Runt for Governor.
j Bohtcn. Mass., July 2. Papers '
were taken out v-eierday bv friends .
dacy fcr governor on the demo- j
r-ratic ticket against Governor Fosa.
Mr. Hisgen has been a candidate for
Mr. Hisgen has been a candidate for '
it'oven-or and for president oa the
j governor and for president oa the j
ii.ieeziJt;i4ve league tkktt.
Chicago Attorney Declares
Cook Repeated Conversation.
TOLD OVER THE PHONE
Holstlaw Handled Roughly or.
Witness Stand by Hanecy,
Washington, July 2S. Testifying
be-fore the Lorimer committee today,
Alfred E. McCordie. a Chicago attor
ney, declared that Wirt II. Cook re
peated to him the day it is alleged
to have occurred, the long distance
telephone conversation in which Ed
ward Hines is said to have stated hn
was go'ng to Springfield "with all tliu
money necessary" to elect Lorimer.
Lorimer's counsel endeavored to
show that McCordic was prejudiced
WITNESS ROUGHLY HANDLED.
In cross examination yesterday after
noon. Mr. Hanecy, counsel for Ixirimer,
handled Herschel Holstlaw. son of tho
Illinois senator, rather ro-ighly. Tho
Lorimer attorney demanded to know if
it was not true that charges of a dif
ferent nature had been made against
Holstlaw's father at one time. Tho
witness said he knew of a matter that
occurred 20 years or more ago, but ho
asked permission of Senator Dilling
ham to refrain from going into It.
Senator Dillingham ordered that tho
witness tell what he knew about it, and
Mr. Holstlaw accordingly said his fath.
or had been accused of stringing a boy
up by the thumbs to make him confess
to the theft of several hundred dol
lars. Mr. Hanecy asked if it was not
true that the citizens of the community
threatened to mob fornwr Senator
DENIES TOMBSTONE GRAFT,
Mr. Hanecy also asked if the former
senator did not graft $100 ou the mou
ument bought for his father's grave.
The story as told Ify the attoruey wa.
that the former senator was the execu
tor of his father's estate and that he
had pocketed $100 out of the grave
stone bill charged to tho estate.
Young Holstlaw asserted that hit
father never had anything to do with
his grandfather's estate. He said hej
had not heard of tho gravestone story
Mr. Hanecy sought to show that for
mer Senator Holstlaw had told a num
ber of residents of luka that bu would
vote for Lorimer for I'uited States
senator if tin; opportunity offered. Mr,
Holstlaw admitted bu had heard bib
father make; that statement previous to
Replying to a question from Mr
Healy, Mr. Holstlaw told of con vendi
tions with his father before and aftei
his confession. Ho said ho went to
Springfield when his father was sum
moned there, but returned home twi
days before the confession, after his
father had assured him the-re was noth
ing in the charges against him.
c am. on:sio in i mi.
When bis father reached home after
making the? c-oiifenhioii, young Holst
law s;iid, lie told the members of tho
family that everything he: had admit
ted was the absolute; truth. Mr. Holst
law said his father was so broken up
as a result ejf tlie confession that he
immediately disposed of the llulstla v
bank and did not ree-nter business un
til last December, when he organized
the luka State bank.
Mr. Holstlaw said ho believed hlj
father's statements absolute ly. In spile
of the acquittal of Senator Pcmbertor;
and Cue late Representative ("lark. In
dieted in the furniture- graft case, ami
Senator Hroderlck. Former Senatoi
Holstlaw's confession was the has1 ot
the indictim-nt of the three a emitted.
Thomas McGulrc-. manager of the.
McGuire Ac White; dete ctive agency of
Chicago, was a witness for the Iat
(Continued on I'de Sewn.)
WORSHIP A DUTY;
BASEBALL A JOY
Chicago, July 28. "There art
plenty of meu who w ill sit on tnt
edge of a high board fence thrci
hours watching a base ball game who
get restless sittii g in a comfortable
church peA- one hour," declared liev.
C. G. Cars well, pa.itor of the Avou-
dab; Methodist Kpiscopal rhurth, iu
au addres at Des I'laines cainp-
mectinx today. "The t-euble wilh
men la that they j.-ie k the Joy
of the Iyrd and In t-on.-ueuce
church-going becomes a performancs
of duty," continued the pastor,
"they get their real Joy at a Lali