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CABELL BRUCE Democratic Candidate for United States Senate Is nucli h Senatorial candidate as 1 >hvil J. Lewis in touch with tlit* tamper of the time'.’ In the light of the ruthless spirit of rapacity ami oh mage now raging m Europe, the perilous diplomatic negotiations in which we are in volved, ami the innocent blood just drawn from the veins of our people on oi.r own noil by Mexican anarchy, OUR PARAMOUNT NEED AT THIS HOUR !; FOR AN ARMY AND NAVY UNQUESTIONAHLY STRONtJ ENOUOIi TO MAINTAIN OUR HONOR ANO -lELF-RESI'EUT, REI'EL INVASION, SAFEGUARD OUR PROI'ERTY AND HOMES, AND PRESERVE INVIO LATE OUR PRICELESS LI HER TIES. For (tome calmer ami less dangerous moment, to say the least, should he re nerved hucli tpientionn an whether the (government should take over the owner nlnp of the telephone ayntem of the country at a cost of one hdlion dollars, t r extend the weight limit of the parcels post to such an extent as to he driven to the necessity of either organizing a system of its own for the transportation of freight, or of taking over the ownership of the present railroad system of the country, too, at a cost of fifteen billion dollars or more. HIS RECORD IN RELATION TO OUR NAVY. Our Naval Hoard, consisting ot some of the shiest men in our Navy Depart ment, adopt'd m 1 t*o:t a wise program, providing for the construction of 2 battle ships a year until HHlt It is due to the group of Congressmen known as the "LITTLE NAVY CROUP,” of which Mr. Lewis has been a consistent member, that this program is now ten battleships short. When the question was whether we should build (wo battleships or one, he vo ed "()NL . when the question was whether we should build one battleship or none, he voted "NONE.” MT/wis.s f<''tnijnurti nnil lirrorJ (HH2, Mitj/ 2H, /, ; Amj. 17. />. 11l HD ; A"i 20, />. 11 ill* 1. 11*111; /*W. 2t, /. 4107; Mnr. 11, / 4M10; 10lf>, f*W. (, 11152). ’The vagaries of pacillcism assume many inane and fantastic forms, hut their broad range has been illustrated anew by the fact (hat since (hi* beginning if the present all but world wide war, and ever since he announced himself as % candidate lor the United States Senate a few months ago, Mr. Lewis has re peatedly and gravely suggested as a practical and rational plan for the exclu ■don of war from the universe a scheme of International Covernment, under which all the great empires and republics of (he earth, including Cermany, Russia, (ireal Itrilain, France, Italy, Austria, Turkey and the Unites Stales, would voluntarily come together as a single federal society with a written con •dilution almost exactly like our own. "With the elimination of about I**o words from its clauses, and about hi* words added here and there, our Federal Constitution," he says, "would serve to unify the nations and bring (hem the same peace and orderly progression and security it has given our own formerly sovereign Stales There are celestial minds to which stepping olf a log and jumping over the moon are tasks of equal facility. F< Mowing up the remarks just quoted, Mr Lewis adds; "The pride of kings would that deter some of (he great powers? In Austria, Italy, Russia, Cermany, before the war, perhaps yea. An authority and jurisdiction above or broader than their own they might have resented, but fearfully chastened by their present experience. I think it reasonable to hope that any such personal vanity lias disappeared ” So infatuated was Mr. Lewis with his colossal conception that reclining to it when announcing his present •amlnbo v, he said "There is an exigency much larger than military prepare lion." To this project might be aptly applied the words of Hanquo," in Mac beth" "The earth hath bubbles as the water has, And these are of them ” In federal companionship with such dangerous associates as the great Euiopean powers which are now slaughtering each other, it is to be feared that , wealthy, unarmed country like the United Stales would la* m very much the same situation as Hie lamb that Hie late IV T Harmitn, of circus fame, kept leaned Up with a lion, a tiger, a wolf Wild a bear. • How long have these animals dw It together in this way?” Itanium was asked l>\ a curious patron "Eight months, ’ he replied, "Iml the lamb has to be renewed occasionally. " r,ihli ihiil h jf niiUmnhi q/ I'urmll <i"innni, /iniilmil iif/rnl far IF. I'ahull limn. CROWD SWAYED DY REV. SUNDAY Moves Audiences as He Has Seldom Done Before. THREE GREAT SERVICES >unday Wu a Remarkable Day In a Campaign Of Remarkable Days Daughter Of Mayor Leads. bYAribTICS FOR FORTY-THIRD DAY OF CAMPAIGN. At tend. Morning i 7,000 A f I * • i noon 15,000 livening 22,000 Total 04,000 Former IniyH 1,20b,200 Total* 1.200,200 Trail Hitter*. Morning 212 Afternoon 448 L veiling 228 Grand Theatre, Highland town Women's Mealing 27 Men Mealing 10 Lyric 8 'l ot a I 1,140 Former Day# 17,87 b Total 10,015 Jiallimore.' Should ever the atory of Hilly Sunday’* llalilmore campaign In chronological form be told, Sunday will be one of its moat remarkable and one of lin moat Important chapter*. It wan a remarkable day in a cam paign of remarkable day*. It wa* re markable for Hie throng* which elbow ed and flawed and tore their way into (he tabernacle. It wa* remarkable for the enthusiasm which vitalized the set mom* of the great evangelist ami which spread contagion through the three va*t audience* which beard him. It wa- remarkable for the resistless force, the matchless pathos, the deptii 'jt winsome appeal of the three me*- bagen which *ped from hi* lip*. More Gian all, it wa* remarkable for the effect these aenuon* had on the thouHftndrt who heard him the effect, manlfeMtod in long, wavering lines of men, ami women, ami little children shuffling, creeping, puahing, leaping, hounding down the sawdust aisles. Daughter Of Mayor Lead*. Remarkable, too, it wa* for the fact that more people professed their faith In Jesu* Christ by traveling the saw •Jul path than during any other day of the Baltimore campaign. And among the 1,089 trail-hitter* were two , of Mayor ITomlou'b daughter*, one a uuouiHiiie or <hlH season, and the Mayor’* hoii. Thun, too, that night crowd. Fully f 22.'am hiliniin* were packed Into the great *l l ticime and more than s,non i were turned away. More than an iioin before ilie *ervlee the captain of the firemen'* squad ordered that not an- I other person he allowed to enter the door*. Uumarkuhle for all ihe*e thing*, •• was, Indeed, a day long to he reineni bored In the llaltimoie revival; one IH I lo ho cliimmiml with the fervor of the never to he forgolten opening day; with the awe, and wonder, and excite , iii on i of the f 1 1* t trail -hitting service, with the amazing power of (hose aer inoiis on booze 111 lo he cla**ed among these and pos*lhly lo take pre cedence over them all. For seldom has nuch a sense of religious devotion, of almont Pentecostal esetasy, been witnessed In Iheso latter day* of pine Ileal thing*. A Day Of Great Triumph*. I In the morning Sunday preached lo a mixed Hass of humanity on I*layers ami Tear* and drew from out their number 312 down the glory path lo where lie stood, sweating and panting, walling lo lake their hand and con gratiilate them on the mighty step they had taken To men only In the after noon he preached a strong, convincing and again a pathetic sermon on Death and the Judgment, and from the 15,000 weeping, gulping, red eyed men be nealli him he called forth IIX trail j hitler*. And at the last service al night a service which began more than a hour before schedule because of tlx large crowd which had gathered so eaily he gathered 3-8 more into his conversion benches below the rostrum bttrrad I heir amotion*. Tear*, many, warm ami sincere sprang lo the eye* of hundred* in the audience of 15,000 people at the morning service when Hilly Sunday preached his emotion stirring sermon, GeiliHeiiiane. Hilly had been pleading for tears for tear* for the unsaved The bur den of his sermon, bill 11 on Luke’s ■lory of the agony in the Garden, “He prayed and he prayed earnestly, and III* sweat was, a* It were, great 1 drops of blood falling down lo the ground," was the lark of an evidence of agony among Christians as (hey Icok on souls lost ami souls about to b* lost. It was a sermon that gave him one of his best opportunities for peraua 1 sion not for the stern command, the uncompromising denunciation of olh er sermons hut for the soft per ua don which he knows how to use and , when. That H was effective, that It did Impress his auditors, wa* shown not , only by (he tear* brought to Die eye* of so many, hut by the number and | the character of trail hitters In which j It resulted. Three hundred and thir teen men and women came down the aisle when Die evangelist extended 1 his invitation, and, not only wa* thin one of the largest numbers of trail ' bitters produced at one service, but 1 It wa* also one of the most sincere * looking body of converts that has oc -1 cooled the tlorv benches In the Hal* Question No. 2 On Behalf of W. CABELL BRUCE Democratic Candidate for United States Senate Im not W. (■aboil liruco, Democratic Candidate for tin* United Staten Senate, warranted in saying that in proposing Uoveriiinent Ownership of the telephone David J. Lew in is merely tendering to the Maryland fanner another gold brick like that tendered him hy the Greenback Movement, or by the Populist Move ment for the issuance of treasury immey directly to the People? The propoaition of Mr. Lewia is (hat, if the Government were to operate the telephone in thin country through the agency ol its Poslollice I department, the telephone wtmld lie a more abundant ami ellicient, and a cheaper instrument than it now is under private management. A comparison between telephone conditions in this country and telephone condition* in Great Britain, France, Germany, Russia. \nalna, Hungary, Italy and Spain all countnea in which the telephone la owned ami operated hy the tiovernment—ahowa the utterly viaionary nature of the idea. AH TO AIIIM>AN4T.. So pinched ia the telephone development in theae foreign countnea, as com pared with our own that the coinpariaon need not he between tlx- United Statea and them, hut only between American cities and them TIIKKH AUK ABOUT AS MANY TELEPHONES IN NEW YOKE CITY ANH CIHCAtio \S IN THE WHOLE OE OK EAT BRITAIN ANH IKELAND; 111 EKE AKE MOKE TELEPHONES IN CIHCAtiO THAN IN ALL ERANCE; MOKE IN PHILADELPHIA THAN IN ALL oE KHSSIA. MoKE IN BOSTON THAN IN ALL AUSTRIA, MOKE IN LOS ANGELES THAN IN ALL ITALY; MOKE IN PITTSBURG THAN IN ALL HUNGARY. The United Statea have only one-fifth ol the population of Europe, it haa almost ' |wo and a half liniea as many telephones There are more telephones in New York city than in London, Pans and Merlin combined; about as many aa in . all Erance. While the United Statea have nine telephones per BH) inhabitants, , (Jreat Britain has only one and a half, tiermany only two, tin* Netherlands only I wo, Switzerland only two and Erance only four sixths of one. IHE UNI TED STATES LAIN EH IN P.HB NEARLY AS M ANN STATIONS tS GREAT HKI TAIN HAH IN BUI IN HEK ENTIRE TELEPHONE SYSTEM. Itut most noteworthy of all is tin* hopelessly limited ilevelopment of Iho telephone m rural commumliea abroad. The farmer to whom Mr Lewis ia appealing will probably think a aecoml time when he is (old that private man agemeiit of the telephone in the United Stales is the only agency (hat has ever in any substantial sense realized the dream of connecting every farmhouse with the city. About UO'i of our telephone development is found in exchanges of 800 stations or leas. Abroad, the average rui al development of the telephone 1 represents hut 21.20 f the corresponding urban development Til EKE AKE, ’ OK WERE A SHORT TIME AtiO, ONLY ILituo EAKMEKS’ TELE , PHONES IN CHEAT HKITAIN ANO IKELAND. IN INI. UNITED STATES 'THERE AKE SOME 8,000,000. There is practically a telephone m every other farmhouse in the United Statea, and there is practically one for every farmhouse m Kansas. AH TO KI TK IKNOV, Aa respects elliciency, foreign telephone conditions would to an American he simply intolerable. In this country telephone service is continuous through out the 21 hours, including Sundays and holidays In Europe and Australia only h small percentage of the atalions are open the 21 hours, ami many are closed on Sundays and holidays. Turn to Switzerland and Now Zealand the (wo Utopias which moat fre ipiently rise up before the deluded viaion of Mr Lewis when he is tail on a course of chartlesa aberration. In SWITZERLAND '.)•• Hl' THE EX CHANGES ('LOSE AT 8 O'CLOCK P M . and lb, opeiale Irom I A. M. to noon, then close until 2 for lunch, then operate until • P M . then close until M P M for supper, and then operate until *BO P. M , when they shut up for the night. IN NEW ZEAL \ND, WHERE POLITICAL EANTASIES LIKE THOSE OE MR LEWIS HAVE LOADED ITS PEOPLE WITH A DEBT HE ABOUT SIOO PER CAPITA, ST. OE THE II I EPIIoNE EX CHANCES AKE NOT’ OPEN ON SUNDAYS. ARE NOT OPEN ON HOLIDAYS, AND tit)'. AKE OPEN ON WEEK DAYS ONLY EKOM 0 A. M. to f P. M. it Ahmad 101 l service is "urgent” or "ordinary." If you choose the "urgent, you get at a high rate a service no belter than ours. II yog choose the "ordinary," you are given an "assignment,” and are told that you can talk with your friend, say at B) o’clock; perhaps that day, or pel haps not until Hie next day, if there are too many assignments ahead of yon AI ID Hie cornier lion is made for you. If you are not on hand you are charged, and, it you are on hand, you talk three minutes, it yon tr.v to talk any longer, you are cut oil, and cannot talk again until your turn comes around again When yon are connected up for a long distance call even to nearby points, you are charged whether you actually reach the person you wish or not. ABROAD IN ENGLAND, GERMANY. ERANCE. EVERY WHERE AMERICAN TELEPHONE SERVICE IS ADMITTED To BE THE MOST EFFICIENT IN THE WORLD ah ki;hl'i:< ih < iii;aini;hh If lh telephone atTvlce abroad la of puur miallly ml ■•oiula.i. 'i • 1 mlidiilil nn American ask whether II la elu mu r lliuu unis’ IN 1(1 Al.lit II I MM. lllolUll WAUKH AIIKMAD AIM I K< )M V! T( *•' j I IMIS I.MWKK IIIAN Mill AIM IN IIIISMiI'N MH On iM-leiirly nveniiie Imaia -aueli aa fur inaliinee a eninpurl'-un ul kmm i hi nines pel li li iiliuuu •em-hanne aervleej !• uruio ioi i lihi ui h fur I* le *' •m. • m ueiiml iuuid v v übo m e eunaPlei - lilily 111 eaecaa uf tile '•urri'Mxiiiiliiiu Auierlenii elnu ea. It wuiilil In- >ieyln uu iilluii manV Audi i )'UII I'lllt‘H 111 wilirll ti ll Illume I ill. h me luwei limn 111 luielpn ellDs. in Hie mid |> |i iildiiiii scale, *urli ua SI I‘hiil hi eumpai laun * illi lllliiapeal, Shu Aiildiidi id eiiiii|nll hum w ill) lld Ibium. ilmaliii in i-uiiiiuirlNuii w Hli Tultiu. Kucliealer in eumpm laun willi Am.i. i itiim, Si. .luae|ili In i uin inil lsuii Willi IlciUeriluin. elu. U V'( uf Hie HUliHirllieiH la New York, no ul lliuhc ui I lulmli I |Mn a. hid I lliuae In I'lileauu pay leas Iliit li I lltl ante I'lll'la rule ul sll iMI Mu whlrli !• iiilil) >1 xu lallil elnoue uf l.'lt ' *l*l i'i-*MMHAMIK At.l. ■HUS, Ml- I (dllfSt;. IS I 11A I III! II I I lIIMNI I MmIII AMI NI ANi ANI • III' I ( II N I AND NIM KDAI.I.Y DIAKIK IM 'MI MU VAM Dill I l(| N( I IN UADI'S IN fill ■ • (MINTKV I HAN IN I I'KMI’I. 11l Al I Nil MM III"'.I |;> ( M'l'.KA 111 > IIIKi; IIVIIII VI'I AI.I/IND, AI I'- K I AND IAK si I IND AMMII ■ "I IKIVAII MANADI Ml N't. 1(1 1.1 I AMD lit Mil INI I'.KS IA I I COMMI-id • ' "MMI l"N AND MHI U Si KVM I. i OMMISSIMNS, AND I 111- I 111 IIIMNI AHIUiAI I - Mil PAM D lit Mil 1.1 MlltlMl S l(Ml I INI! AND HIIMKT Spill'll-D ADINI Its Ml- 111 1(1 At (K AID IM D I All I Id-une uuunlry In llirupe wlien Hie private uwneralup ul Hie P!■ uld.id ia '.nil preilunil niint ia Denmark, iiiml Denmark tiua Iwlee iia nisny I* plum. im i phi inlialilliinls as even (iei in ii ii y. I'nhlmliril h/f millmrila nj I'uri'oll Hih'iihih, / mlilii'iil iif/rnl /</ B ( nhill linii'i’. iimore Tabernacle. Baltimore and Jeruaalam. In lilh plea for (■ liriMtiatiiM to put themselves lu that frame of mind In which they cannot look upon one whose noiil Is lost, or who Im atraylnK • wny from Clod without agony In tholr own soul, without tears In their Sunday referred to the HalII "ore cam pul an Ho likened Haltl *nor to Jerusalem, Just hofore the condemnation and deal ruction of the Holy city hy the Almighty. “God I crlod to Jerusalem," h Ha Id; ** *Oh, I lernsalem! If you had known In this ( vour day!' And (he cry may well he hoard In Halttmore now. Haltlmore's day lias been thene Inst seven week*. Whal will iliilliinorc do thin hint week? "If we meet the old city," he con tinued, "with an argument of tsars ihcMe Inal daya. the number that will preMH Into the Kingdom of (Jod will double; thousands will be eaved. If ihe church of God will work and ptay and weep these last few daya " He til ho look occasion during the Horrnon to denounce those church inemherM who are not supporting the ciimpalgn. "The reason I Insist that church be cloned during the revival," he said, "1h to cut off the man or woman who will keep warm 17 Inches of apace In a church pew, look de vout, use It an an excuse to keep iiway from the Tabernacle and then Ive like the devil. And, listen to me." tie continued "If I had to do It over •■gain, I would not begin a revival In Halttmore until the promise had been made that every co operating church would be closed." The Halt (more churches are closed by districts- one diatrlcl each Sunday. "Tired, But Happy, Lord.” From the very outael of the after noon service there ash a cordial at mosphere of sympathy and good-fel lowablp manifest that radiated from the furthereat corner of the choir town the final exit at the bottom of the big tabernacle. Sunday senaed this as be stepped to the platform, and he fanned He flame from the moment he began until, almost ex hausted, be had wig wagged the hand of the very laat convert. At the '.losing prayer, he told Jesus he "was tired but awful happy. Lord." And he looked the part. It was a mixed audience, that grest , throng the first mixed audience on a Sunday night In the Tabernacle since the opening of the campaign. \nd, after Hilly had pushed and strug gled his way through the throngs , crowded In the aisle before the ros- I trum and the people spied him, a 1 rousing cheer went up, Sunday's grin broadened; George, standing at the 1 rail behind the press box. looked as t If he were going to give way to his i joy and Jump the rail as an evl | deuce of bis ecstasy. Even Itode i heaver, the calm, self possessed Kody, . had to give way to the spirit. n The Tabernacle filled, the doors . 1 closed, Hilly wasted no time begin s ning. After John T. Stone had made I . the announcement with reference to I next Sunday’s free-will offering to I d Sunday, similar to the announcement . made at the other services by Daniel • baker and Rev. Dr. Wharton Bill/ Dedicated to the Best Interest!) ul our County, Stale and Nation. VOL LXI-NO 15 ...awe it siiowii ■ • iai ne wanted co start Kodeheuver hud to plead for u chance to i.lng another hymn. There Is No Escape. Then, at 10 minutes before 7 o’clock, Hilly begun his sermon Mis Inkl was the nn.in weruhlo question of the second chapter, third verse, of llehrewH Mow hall we escape If wo neglect ho great a salvation?” And Hilly's task, a tank which he exe cuted with all of the skill of which ihe |h capable wa to above his mull | dice that the question could not tie HiiMweied Ihiii there is no escape. ; As In the afternoon sermon, the I night address whs one punctuated I vc 11 Ii id or lev dories pointed mid with pathos, stone told nniiHiiiilly well, 1 and stories which Impres m| Sim lav s lesson on the minds of those who heard the sermon, such hh the !•••* -*r could not olherwlm have been Im pressed. Me told Hlorb of the great calami lies of the world, stories of lh " ig, drmnalb Im idmils In (be IK . <f men. The world's grouted cals <V t|ei, be said, were all caused bv i 4 led. mid the gie.it* I i aim i can come to the Individual, the l< (lie Immortal mil, is due and he dn** to neglect and to negle. i n ,< Stoin- "f men drowolng, im n who refused the III* line thrown lo them, wme also ijuoted hy Sunday An I h<* brought the h on home by g lug out to hi audience that i who refu e to accept jc n i I ill the avlour. Ill'll' who will i pro fe -a lloir 1 ill 1 1 In 111 “bed hlo'd are landing on the brink of he about to plunge over and G, i who refu e*| Ihe life line I not ii'ai o . mat. im Ihe nen facie a worse fate, who refuse I'lnl f lifeline milvnllon hv faith In Ml An In v Hat lon to trail hitter ws hardly necessary when Sunday <•- his short prayer after Go * i Men, wotneii, and afe i hlldren. ro • ponliitieo'l dy. responding to the die. tales of those emotions roused by the i •mar k.i hie • ' moil LIME VALUAHI E IN FREEING POTASH IN THE SOIL. H .1 PATTKIfSON, Maryland Agricultural < ollcge. Llioe, Im not only the effect of nI * Ing in Go foMi . ilon of unions of po' ash wbieb will he held in l*he soil, but |l a! o ha the ahlll'v to liberate pot ah from combination which ar locked up iitol unavailable lo plants Tin I par' * 1 i ii k*d when hint i applied • land run alniiig frag ments of feldspar Gyp urn Is par tieularly 'i-eful in re* •!.• r i potash available, and the sulphal* ot i n in di olved ph'Hpli.i • often i .ivi an Indirect viili m i wav 8o a Woman Says. "It’s a good thing, remarked the suffragette, ' that non are not In a po . Billon lo read their obituaries In ad vance." ' Hecatiso why?” queried the old bachelor. "Otherwise," answered the female of the species, "the majority of them would be unable to get hats Urge enough."