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THE SUN, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1915.
VILLA RECOGNITION BROADWA Y HUSBANDS SEE HODSMAN WEDDING 250,000 MILE OCEAN TRIP BY U. S. IMPROBABLE! VISIONS OF GREA T WEALTH STUNS BROADWAY WILL LAST SEVEN YEARS ( Other Mtwicnn Cliief to He Kiivnml Till Hp Controls the Country. WKSTS I.KI'OKT AWAITED W(?t!is-'!T0.v, March 21 Villa's tljims, lo rci-f ciiitlcin mi the part of the fnl'cd States Government are regarded ere .in of no moiiiciil at t Ills time. The one assured fart about the present lUiiud' of the Tidied States Govern ment toward the Mexican problem is that there In no Intention of according lecognlttKii to any of the warring fac tion!'. Not until one of the several con (slants in the struggle has established himself in full control of Mexico ami maintained that control for a sufllclent re-rled to penult of an election which tl.e Tinted States can accept will there 1 anv consideration given to proposals ef recognition. It is believed here that It will be .1 natter or years rather than months or sks before anv Government In Mexico if recognized at Washington. No present rreprct is seen of any one reducing the country to a state of order neces-1 ,,i: it inc iioitiuiK oi ouna nue elec tion!!. Though Villa Ins started a new move ment upon the Carranza strongholds on lie -oast of Mexico with a brilliant reorn oi miinary acnieveinenis nenmu victories at Tamplcu or Vera Cruz will untie the contest now going on. Olll- da's famll.ar with the situation tlnd ' rMJon t believe that Carranza will be able to make a considerable showing ' for some time to come A large por- ' tsn of Mexico Is nominally under his 1 contro. .islde from the Important places , of Tinpl'o and Vera Cruz. I A report on this phase of the sltu.i- fori is looked for from t'uval West, the j Mate department's latest special agent ' n Mexico. Mr. West has Interviewed i Villa and the northern leadern and Is ' tew on his way from Havana to Vera (uz to talk with Carranza. Thence he will proceed to Mexico city, where the ' Zapitl.itae are In control ( Assurance that foreigners In Yucatan i an) their property, particularly the sisal flbre plantations, will be protected was i 'vert In the name of Carranzn to-night I by the Constitutionalist agency here. Mr Arredondo, bead of the agency, who oJust returned from Vera Cruz, said: "I discussed with Mr. Carranza the lu-alan situation and I can say pos- 1 i;y mat an foreign interests anu in vestments will be protected. It is 'ut property Is being destroyed or that itles are being sacked. Mr. Carranza nh.uted every means of bringing about a peaceful solution of the Yucatan trouble before he sent (Jen. Alvarado to subdue the rebels. At the commencement of Villa's re vi',t Carranza held virtually nothing but Vn Cruz Since then our forces have faduili come north shoving Villa be fore them. Villa 1b In the Tarn, loo district to ause he virtually has been driven we I would not be surprised to see -ii and Angeles fall back on Torreon for 'hell' last stand as Obrcgon cloe.es .n from the south.'' Villi! llld In Have lllt Ton tl. TV following despatch from Vera Crai was received to-nUht at the Con stitutionalist headquarters In Washing ton: Advices received here to-day are tfcjl the V'lllstas have evacuated San I.'iis Potosl at the approach of Ceil ltij.unln Hill with the advance column of Hbregon's division, going north." The significance of this Information, explained by the Constitutionalists, 'I ihat If lien. Villa curries out his r-M plan and attacks Tamplco r n'tl find In his rear the hostile army, IM by len. obregon. numbering. It Is, e-t mated. 23,000 trained and disciplined teM.ers 1 The army of !en. Gonzales nt Tam il -o .onfrontltiR (3en. Villa's Invading rny Is said to number between 12, nop m.OOii men The Villa forces elo -o' exceed 15,000 men. According1 to ' i Contltutlonallts, Villa's attacking i n ihe Tamplco campaign will be ' eti'ntnnbered by nearly or quite lo.ouo Cona tutionallsts. CALLS IT CLASS WAR. Mexlrmi I'npltnllst ii) I'nor Fnl loir I nrransii nni Illih Vllln, T'i re.i reason for the present ile.nl lock in Mexico Is that th" revolution has ! eloped into a clash between the genu i" Mex an l'ontitutloniillsts and the eireigi. . lergy and American investors, nrdllig to Itoberto V. Pesquclra. New Vork director of the Mexican National Fid'lw i x r. now at the V.inderhllt Hole! S'nor I'esquelra said Carraiua never ippeil anv food to F.urope, but Is Im fertina it eonstantly, most of it orlg 'I' lg it Kaunas City Itepoits that o.iri;en s soldiers were pillaging In the V'i- an apltal. be said, were spre ,d bv th ficeign cleigv and by foreign diplo mats, who to a man are supporting Villa l djse of his teactlonary sympathies, lb 'idd'd The foreign Intel ests. the native 'inn. i n element and the upper clergy, '"r.riliig mil Carrana was determined to dhne stoutlv tei the principles, of de rr.OTa. . land reform and political free intii, have Hocked to Villa's standard. H- d'jse of them Villa's cause has pros- ! "1 in the Cnited States. Carranza Is . supported only by peon lalioiers anel . 'I" poorer priests, who, though good Hellers and devoted to the cau-e of, "Iohii have no voice ill the courts of i the .rid ' I Ml) TO VILLA CUT OFF. Carraiim Troops HlocU llirmtlun j Near TnniiUn, i: Piso, .March 21. Vllilstaa ad- w tt'd 'o-day that a Catranza com '"'l has got between San I.uls Potosl md Tamplco. This Is expected to pre-1 "'i Villa from getting recnforceincntH , ' "ei .s.in I.uls, Aguascall -ntes or Tor-1 e-iti when he at neks Tamplco front M' tit ev fj,., viila icmalna in Mon- ev ai otdliirf to late resirts. V a ailVRrs say that (Sen. Ttaojl , 51'le is eotnmand, reinforced. Is now' Uo -.i Matatnoras, Hie Mexican town Oi'l'us e llrnwusville, Tex,, with much 'h'. an .)r y Matatnoras, Is held by Ci'iana army ami the city Is ""onc'y fortilied, part of It with a wall "ci tii i,y th,. royalist. Ill lsfit when defend,,,,. ,e city for Mnxlmillhm 'sainn ttie republican forces of Uenlto Junrez Fighting has occurred netwecn Car "ncutaii and a rommami suit out hy JJ'ii Villa to the northeast of Monterey. Tho battle occurred opposite Del Wo. 3x ntar the border town of I-as V i'a 'ariniiclstas assert that (Jen. Ma t'Ovlu llirifiH, conimatider of the ("ar 'stiZH faction, tiad killed or captured 500 l 'he Vllllstas and Is now moving In " direction of Cludad Porllrlo Diaz. Jfhere a Villa command under Gen. Kiitallu Hernandez Is situated, Her J'h'lri cannot escape tiouth to rejoin 'Iha at Monterey because) of the de "ruction of the railroad by Cmrati cittax. l.nborer Takes Life liy Gnu, Krnest Armlt, no, a laborer, com eihted suicide at HU Washington street wierduy by Inhaling sua. Why Shouldn't They, Now That a Man's Wife's Wages Are His? Things Outside of Which Vera McCord Isn't Doing Much. The. overcduoated mimeograph (born In Hoston) which turns out 'the pub licity raxing for lloss Dillingham's "Watch Your Step" and "Chln-Chln" troupes doubtless was In the throes of ! a hysteilcal hot box when guilty of say ' Ing that Supieme Court Justice Joeph Morschauser's St. Patrick's day decision that a husband Is entitled to his wife's earnings has listen to the mimeograph make the words whiz "precipitated the dramaturgic atmosphere Into conditions threatening catasttophlc conteuucnccs comparable to Kurope's International Im bn gllo." tie that as II may, the decision has raised the deuce. Messrs. Heath nnd Kdwurds had scarcely begun to sweep up and tidy the Dillingham ofllces ngalnst the ar i vil of the boss the next morning when a messenger rushed In with the following telegram marked "Hush" from Manhasset, I,. 1. : "Heglnnlng Saturday. Match 2". on each salary day hereafter pay Iieiir one dollar. I shall accept balance ot ,cr salary. See reports Morsohauser decision this morning's paper This Is the life. Vr.rtNON Castle.'' Then with the :ecelpt or a telegram from l'red Stone dated Amllyvllle, in which Mr. Stone asked for an account- 0f ) the salary paid to his wife. Allelic Crater, during the ears that have I passed since Old Top St' nc and Miss I Crater were married, and another nics 1 sage from Frank Tlnnej once a ilslng undertaker in Philadelphia but now a stage comic asking f. r a Job for Mrs. i Tlnney also In "Watch Vonr Step," the fleid of telegrams began to rise- and . rise. I It Is slgti'llcant that on the day fob lowing Justice Morsdiauscr's decision an announcement was made hy Jean Cu'le Havez that th blond goddess known ill the lrlc stage as Miss Cecil Cun ningham and In private tango life as Mrs. Jean Cutle Have; will to-day go i to work again. When Jean Cutle Haez--ue takes the Cutle from his wife's side and Miss Cunningham were married a short time ago Jean Cutle said that opera and operetta patrons never would tee or bear his wife again up on top of the stage. A wife's place, he declared emphatically is In the Hronlway res taurant. Then Justice Morschau-er spoke Judicially and to-day Miss Cun. ntnehum will pack Ivr lunch basm t fal!piand go back to work, having not tine place ill nauimi-isi, -mi e mi" TlnTf'n a new light in the yc and a greater buoyancy of step to be noticed along llmadway since the publication of Justioe Morschaueer's deoMoti that the boss takes all and the loser none. A brighter happiness racliat'S from the countenances of Hiyard Velller. bus. band of Miss Mat caret Wycherlj . Kdgar Selwyn, who. as the husband of Margaret Mayo, nmv will split with Arch Selwyn the only ihunk of royalties that exer leaked out of the Selwyn side of the tirm , Sam I'orrest. husiiaud to Miss Mary Ityan, and Playwright , Itay Peck, Prima Ionna l-Mlth 111 1 oKer s hush mil. President ItUSSell Coll of the Merely Their Husb.inda Club absolutely, even haughtily, itfuseel to dlscus the deci sion Willie Collier ope .ly showed his delight, for now the entire Collier fam ily salaries are rightfully Willie's. Hut backstage al "Hello Hroadwav" x'lllle's was about the onl.v happy face. bec,iue now Miss I.oulse Presser will have to turn everything over to Friend Husband Jack (iardner and Miss Itoszlka of the Dollys wilt have to give her yellow pay envelope to Jean Schwartz for thn same marital reason1'. I's girls, of coutse. will do this thing. As for N. C. lioodwln- Nat lnlsts Upon the N. C. iliMead of Nat these days he hasn't been lieanl from. There is some fear around the Fruhman offices, however, where preparations now are making for the revival eif "A Celebrate I Case," In which Nat Is to appcir, that once Nat gets an Inkling that perhaps he can spilt four - or Is It live',' piles one wa.v, the winner to take all, he'll ref'ise to work In the revival at all. While waiting for Imptes.iri . Hill Guard In ti e Metropolitan opera House offices Saturday afternoon the visitor asked the youthful and patriot!.' Alphonse, old Mr. Guard's chief buy as sistant, whit was belli j sunc at the moment. "Oh." jawned Alpl)one. 'Vmue Get--r.ian thing. 1 think they call I' Tile Walkuere.' I should worry about Ger man flivvers I" "Iteeu resting since .von left Henry CHILDREN'S SOCIETY ; TELLS OF YEAR'S WORK An Kvor I'rpsciii Terror lo Those Who Kvplnll Child hood," Says Heporl. The fortieth annual report of the .New Y'ork Society fop the Prevention of Cruelty to Children shows tnat in the past year 10,78.1 children wcie shelteicd In the society's building at Twenty-thlrd street and Fourth avenue, and action was taken by the society on I7.:s:i i-omplalnts of cruelty and neglect In vxhlo'i :..1.;itP children were Involved, 1 ,h;v,!,,err!;r,:.o,, - ;:'t,slaT,:;n' out, Is the piosecutloti of ailults charged with oflences against chlldicti, i)f the chlldi a43 cases 111 the past year convictions were obtained against S3 per e'ent. of the offenders. Tile report of the board of directors tecords the deatvJ of the vice-president. John Howard relit, and thn former superintendent, Thomas II. alsh. The board also thanUa the auxiliary torn tnltteo for its work In sheltering chil dren, i m this committee are Mrs. J. Nelson norland, Miss Mary K. Choate, Mrs. Morgan J. O'Hrlen, Mis. Mortimer !,. ScMff and Mrs. W lllam lx. Vatnler hilt. The acceptance of Mrs. Hubert L. Gerry and Mrs. William lx Vander hilt, Jr., for service on this i-ommlttoo Is also mentioned. "The work of the society Is not an undemonstrated philanthropy, Intangible tiumanltarianlsin," says llniest K. Coul ter, the recently apisilnteil sucrlntend enti "tho results ate human units saved to seielety. To those who exploit child lood th sex'lety Is an ever present terror, while thn children themselves recognUe U refiiKo and a pro tector," . , An IntercstlnK work of the seielety Is the resteirlng of lout children to theilr homes. Six were sent to Italy, two to Hussla. FnKland and Spain and onu to Kcrvla during the) year. Despondent' TiiLe 'reone. MiH. May MoWllllams, .11 years old, of 6K Corbln avenue, Jersey City, de spondent over her III health and other troubles, drank creosote yesterday and was taken to the City Hospital. A charge of attempted suicide was mads against her. Miller's management?" Miss Vera McCord was asked as she shimmered along through ltro.ulway sunlight Sat urday afternoon. Haven't done any thing since, have you?" "Well." began Miss Vera McCord in u speech that made one think ot lliosu annual speeches of Chatles rrohinaii to the American people when he arrives at the dock with a new hunch o' plays, "after conceding a partner ship Interest In vaudeville to Arthur Shaw we've been writing and producing. The producing end nnd most of the writ ing I've been taking on myself. I "Itecelitly let me see. As circum stances were against my getting n 1 chance to play Pinny In 'A lluttertiy on thn Wheel' nn Hroadwaj, I produced tin 'Huttertiy' and plajeil Peami for ii successful run In California. Then we, Mr. Shaw and I, spent a good deal of money to dress, produce and play the j sketch Must I.Ike a Woman' 'cross country again successfully. Most of It j I rewrote "Iast September Joseph Halt pro duced 'The Iteward.' which we xxrote, ! and our playlet got seven curtain calls., That's enough for that. Last pce-mber I Mr Shaw and I pr duced 'Tho Schemer,' ! which we nK wrote, whereuiwn the National Woman's Suffrage Association took the sketch over from us and has sent It out. A few weeks ago we played What Po You Know About That'", also written by Mr Shaw and mo first play ing It for the Criterion Society success fully. "I have the rights to A. V.. Thomas's new pliy. "The Man Without a Past.' and I Intend to produce It before the end ot summer. AIho I've esurel the rights to Hie war playlet 'Hada,' by Alfrtl Noves, a wonderful war sketch which Ml Mary Shaw did for the Mr Powell Club, and the rights to Ileulah Pix's '(letting the Host of a Magis trate' and the rights to 'The Hoobv Prize.' in which Mist- Amelia Summer xllle Is to appear "I'rederli- Thumps n. fm whom I played the I. Mil In bis 'Via Wireless' throughout Its New York tun and for the rel of the run ( tbr pi on the ro.nl, has Just written to me that n- soon as a play Is secured that has tho kind of star pari In It he likes he wants me to appear in the part. Mr. Thn-i.p. s- n. you Know, has revived his fortunes Willi his "(irowti t'p Toyland' at the San Krai clseo fa ir " "T en outside of wilting, pioduelng. a.'tluu and buying up the rights to plays. Miss McCord, xou're not doing a blessed tl ing?" "Oh, es," she nnswereil. "Sometimes I tlnd time to iliue and get a bit of sleep." If. a. popularly supposed. th petrol Joy ride Is the height of the hope,, of Hroadwav ladle of the en semble i "choru girts" Is hopersl out of vogue now, oi slme the pro gt amine of "Fads ami Fanele" ap peared I, then the twenty Bills who to night will begin wh.it advanie notices sav will b a sort eif trancr ndentu I coba r-i lt the Hotel McAlpin and at til" m lurldse should veite that this Is the life. Jae'k Mason ..f Hippodrome producing fame has arr.ingeil and st igcd a "Caba ret llallef show which, beginning In nlsht between the hours of 11.30 P M. and 1 o'clock V M., will progress slmul t.meonly in the Clarlilse dining room, whir the ilaiieliiT class hold forth Saturd.i: nights, and In the Mcvtpln grill, b itf a nule down Ureuelnax. The is nip.it v tint will give the per forii ai i-es, which cons'st of choral num bers, stunts ami stage el. in. -Inc. Is made up of twenty gills well known to Hroid way music el comedy and one limn hero, Krnest llvans. Aln there are "Spa ghetti'' uid "Goulash," tiny tads who will give- . "ir..i Post Twins" number Tie entertainment had a try out last Friday at the Hotel Taft, New Haven The. i casein the I, ones of the- en semble have thilr hearts In the Jib lbs in the fact that the simultaneous per form, ini'i's iiiimii that they must dash m idly hick and forth between the rlir Idge ami M.'AlpIti ill automobiles every few minutes. When one group of per formers finishes a chunk of ait at the McAlpin, say. straightway the girls slide down the bra s pole i ngiiratlvclv peaking! to waiting automobiles and. wearing their lillkeiip, bie.ik speeil laws to the I'larblee (n tuno to "g, on'' im mediately after the ad in it Is playing while thev ,ue shielding up Hroadwav SlintiltanciuGv auto lend of p t.-bes, al-o in uiHkeiip, p. is, them, living south, from tlie I'l.irld'-e t., th Me Alpln Thus Ihrongji the night until the same sho'V. but I'' different sequence of acts ,,f course. Is finished at both hotels -nod so to bed MRS. HEATH SURE SHE WAS NOT DECEIVED Eyes Not Mistiilvon !- to Size of rhiliidclihia Unlxors Loaves. i Mr. Julian Heath, president of the National Housewives League, who said she had learned by personal lnvetlga- i i . -1 1 that consumers In Philadelphia are K,,R mlrl hiI;KPr ,().,v nf b.ll(r.rH. ''read for their luonev that. .New Vork- ers, was much amused last night over ., ,spaleli from I lilladelphia quoting - r Haklng Company as nyliig tliat he li.nl pever heard of bread being sold cheaper than a sixteen oumn loaf for 5 cents and i a thirty-two ounce loaf for 0 cents, ' Mrs. Heath said In an interview in Tin: St'N yesterday that the Acme Hak lng Company sells the finest twenty-two' ounce loaf she ever saw for 5 cents and that (Umbels' had on sain a twenty-1 two and a half ou.ice loaf for ! cents and a thirty-two ounce loaf for lo cents, "I believe that the men I saw were telling me tho truth," Mrs. Heath said last night. "I went to both places in person and had a witness with mo, it Is true that I didn't weigh the bicad myself, but I saw ro reason why 1 shouldn't take I'hitadelphlans al I heir word. And us for Hie size of the loaves my eyes couldn't deceive inc. t ' "Leiave's of bicad in Philadelphia are no) labelled with the weight, if mis-1 representations vveic made to mc In I Philadelphia, whicn I do not believe, I I can Mily suggest that It, would Im a goon: Iile.i tr a pet weight law wciu passed so consumers will know exactly what they are getting." Ilread Clienier ill l lilciiisii. Cine-Aim, March 21. Itreail will dmp to ." cents again lo-iitoi i ovv Aunouiic. incut was made by the l.ngo linking cninpaiilcH yesterday lh.it price would be pill back the moinlng, No change the loaf will bo made. the wholesale to ( cents In In the size of Diamond Jim Chokes Tp mid Ticket FiiuiiK'iers Start Worryltiff. WHITE WAY KKAIIS WOUST Longacre. Square and Immediate cross street suburbs iiffr a hatd night l, tti-.t'i.tii'iii. t r.-nclie.. ciilue till for air and breakfast late jesterday nfter-j noon, opened morning papers no longer 'damp from the press," read tho head line, "Freddy Hoiisman Marries Mill ionaire's Widow," shrieked, "MM (lawd !" anel crashed right back Into bed again. , Nlcht fell. Ixingacre Square, fol lowing lest and partial recoxery fionil the suddenness of the shock, began, weakly to foregather in Hroaelway res- I tJiirants. the gentle folk staring blankly) across their oysters Hying to leadjust , their minds which sounds as If tho os ters were trying to readjust their mlnilH , but isn't meant that way For a long time the scpiare couldn't I utter Its thoughts. It Just couldn't. In- I stlnetlvcly one felt, however, that every cne was thinking : That Freddy, Itrnael- , way's Fleeldy, was gone from them the nation's gr-atest tltst nlghter. a man. i my friends and fellow citizens, who an n frequenter of public banquets was posl-1 lively gifted, a man who was the fore-1 most exponent of bunny, grizzly, turkey, i duck or fox trotting In the entire known world. niiiinouil .llin ( linked I p. Hut for a long. Ion? time they only thought tluse things. No one dared trust himself to speak. The silence was broken by a deep toned clock crooning the hour of midnight, ajid with a wild cry Diamond Jim burled his face In his I rings and the celery, l "I--I " began Mr Itrady. but choked and snuggled deper Into the celery until his voice came as If the muffler were em "Perhaps we. shall never, never see his face again' Hut." ' he concluded when his sobbing had softened, "can jou beat that guy'" Will Frcddv, so great financiers were aMng one aneither In whispers last night, quit brokering now and le.iv. Wail street flat on Its back? Uven worse, dot the fact, asked longacre ' Square, that he was married in the St. llegls mean that Freddy will give llroad way the gobv for the qillot. unoten tatloimlv simple life of Fifth avenu? TlcUet I'limnclers Nonplussed. Mot perplexed of all were the Hn.in- i cinrs who ileal exclusively In tlrst night ticket futures along the Hroailway and I Forty-second street curb market and at the hotel newsstand and extra fare ex changes "Since wha''e happened, one of these getit'emen, a person known mrly a i Sollv among thi Mcket speculating hretliren, explained last night. "1 h-en giving Freddy the se.vmd time over In f)uii and fceiesti-eer Kverythuig I tlnd tells me that the next time a tlrt-t titgh comes along I oughtta lay In between Jiitm ,md xn worth of theatre- pews for l'reddy alone. Hut suppose 1 do and then I tlnd from now on h's left Us ll.lt"' The proSlem was submitted by Solly to some of Freddy's closest friends among tlrst nighters. Th' general opin ion seemed to he. Well, yes and no" WIFE ACCUSES CLERGYMAN. The Ilex . .tnlflrs I, t Sltliptiell l.oeKril III HiicKenseieU .leill, Ihck-rsocK, .1. March ?l The Itev James I f'amphell. '':'. of Henry street, Hashtourk Heights, near hre, was arrested to-day by Chief of Police lles,r and lacked In the Hackensack Jail on a charge of wife beating Mrs Campbell made a complaint againt her husband this morning before Justice Swelckert "1 went away for a while, hoping my husband's conduct would chinge. but upon my return be ieumrd bis harsh inannei." s.tpl Mrs. e-.nnpbcll "At I ist i I i-ould stand It no longer, though It pains me to have him put In jail ' When ;v reporter en lied at the lilt 1 and .iridtessod the acciis-e man as 'Mr Campbell" the prisoner qun-kly isir tceted llllll with "The ev Xr Campbell. If you please" As a milter of tut. the Hex Mr Campbell I a tetlreil Met ho. dint pre.iihet -mil i at present em ployeil a-, an Insurance gent "This is smtptv a gntne of spite, he aid Allien ,isie,l foi a st-itenient, and the next moment he isked that the w ord ' "spite' be not lsei Tei other prisoners in the Jail the o-t.rcd p itor said that some of the New York "friitie , lip ' wete not to be .ximp.it-eil with tils case Nelghbois sav tbev heatd the Itev Mr Canipbell praying and singing in his home Jiiiit before his arrest catholics to open mms. Mkc, I, in i-IIi- l.ei's orniTslone of First settlement Iflonsc, Mgr. M J. J.HVelle laid the cornerstone yesterday afternoon of a Catholic settle, ment house and rursciv for the Italians al West Houston and Thompson strict" St Anthony's Catholic Church, on Sulli van street, will build a two Mon house at a cost of about JCri.oon It will he the llrst strin litre of the kind icctcd for Catholic chinch wmk here. The building when completed will con 'tain s limning pools, bowling alleys, a I gymnasium, a large ball for entertain ments and a place fir moving picture', for small chlblien In the upper part of the building win be a nursery lor the babies and smaller childten of thn hundreds of wage earning Italian mothers in the neighborhood. Tim building will be so consiructi d that additional floors can In' added. Taking part In the i ornerstenic laving yesterdav beside Mgr Laxelle were Father Paril of the Franciscan Father, Senator James J. Walker and Father A Sllvionl, res-lor of St. Anthony's Church. LINCOLN HIGHWAY MEMORIALS. Trentnn to XVelciiitir Women Who re f llixxc Them Put I'p. TiiK.sro.N, N J. M.mli 21 Hundreds of Trenton women have ununited to ( , welcome) tu-moriovv tho women of Ihe conservation department of the National Fe-deiatlou of Women's Clubs, who will come to put up memorials bete on tlm part nf the Lincoln highway which fol lows the line of march of Geotge Wash ington's army Among Ihe vlsltins expected from New York ate Mrs William T Hopes, pte-l-dent of the New Jersey I'cdcliiliou of Women's Clubs. Mis Hairy Itls'iop i Walters, editor of the llnirnil 'mcmi (ion .Miiio;lin , Mrs. II C lloai lni.tii, edltoi of tlin goods toaila depa t'licnt of the Fcdeiiitloii of Women s Clubs, Mis. I C. A. Itatbiin and Mis Anna Watitcrs. ch. ill mail of the New Vork Federation of Women's Clubs' conservation depart i nient. ! Sclllllor Mcphcilson's I'll pec Snlil, Mii.wai'kkk, Wis, Ma i ch 21 The Milwaukee hili I'rrr 'rem, owned bv ex-Senator Isaac Stephenson, was ttpiieil over to a new company at a meeting held hem last night. The new coinpativ, which Is to Im known as the Milwaukee b'lcfi Pi ess Corpoiatlou, Is capitalized at $120,000, and lhe.16 are sl:.ty stock holder". I Commander Stackhouse on Oceanographic Expedition, Will Seek Cause of Titanic Disaster New En tertainment at McAlpin and Claridge. Commmrlrr J, Fouler Stackhouse, who will lead the International o'eanogrnphle expedition, the longest xoyage for scien tific research exer contemplated, an nouiued at the Hotel Helleclalre that he would leaxe In about two weeks time for Kngland for the purpose, of bringing to this country the Discovery, the ship used by the national Antarctic expedi tion, and xvlll sail about ChtlstmaH next on a voyage of about HfiO.OOO miles ex tending over a period of seven e,irs. Commander Stackhouse sajs Its put mse s primarily oceiinograpblc, and the many thousand" of Islands, rocks nnd leefs now tun hatted, or w hose position is shown only apptoxlnmlel.x, will be deflnltHly charted. ,,.,. fm, ,;uirUr said the Comin.indi r, "thai In and around the position where the Titanic sanl. a rock lias been seen, and the cllt t.ict has become Known as Hi rv agault's Hreakeis. On eiK inapx of tho tint th Atlantic this rock was shown for many veal's, although the position was altered by iri.inv cartogiaphers, and It was not until the year lMrt that ("apt loury finally gave a position to this 'head.' "If tills Hhniild prove true." said the Commander, "an.; the mountain bead stilt I'Xlsti'. tearing Its head to within eighty fathoms of the surface, this must of necessity prove .if danger to ship ping, for an Iceberg eif but compara tively small propoitlotis would be aground on this submerged reef " It Is the Intention of the International Of-eatiographic expedition to spend some time m the xlrlnlts of tie disaster and ascertain whether mountain head ac- tuilly exists there Messrs Merry and Hoomer announce as a feature for their hotels McAlpin and Clurlrtge ,i dancing specalty to begin to-meirtow n.ght following a brier engagement last week at the Hotel Taft In New Haven Krnest llvnns and twelve young women win divide tb'lr time between the McAlpin aw, the Clar idge from the hours ot 11 P.M. to 1 :30 A. M ... Mrs. Fleldlr.g-i:ik1ns of the Hotel Ma jestic has announce.) a hi I )oudr for March "It George H Newton Prince e;,-,rge, i is the gioiind tlooi of and numei .1 W.ide MeGrith nanacer e,f tpp IJed a foxer on "i.' hotel for men m in ige-r of the JUDGE BLAMES WANT TO "THE INTERESTS" .fii.'-tifo lliirfiiwin ;i( lli'lii'i'w nrplnni llnii.i .Mctintr A ils Ii'irli Men. A ebonsind founders of the Hebrew Na1onil efphiti House issnnb'od e terday afternoon In Public School !? at Hester and Fssex streets, fo- 'be tlrst annual meeting of the irg-nis ttiem A featii-e of the a'ternoon vv i the spee-h of Miinli-lpal Court Justice Hart tniti, who assailed the Merest'' as re stsinslble fur the present economic on ditleius In the tv He also pioposcil that the Isr.tei fnphan Vsvlnni. of wh.-h be ts the president, unite vx 1 1 h the newer organisation "What we witil In this community,' sad Justice llartmiu. "is not ehnllx. but soc'a! Justlee Hut so long is wealth and the e-'tip'ov mi nt eif I " 1 con i rolled by a few hit rests Just so ng will we have need of rlven'x We want ! no llixuiles. we want o-ilv necessities here on the i;.ist Side, ho' we can't get I t'leni "When nxn.etnft men are on" of work IM lh" 1 1 V th"V tiv to lire the III.- tuple, V IV III sitiltlf,n he hind'"! "U rninill.s nil prodding i few simps where men mev snrv al SO .-eni- i ilav ' 'Hie people of the I'tsl SM". .lllstlie ' ll.n I'll. ill said. ar.. too poo- to support ivii nrolun uvltiMi- with separcie stjtf: of attend nts when one eouM icidily ' c.ire for In, inch sk children He siik gested t tl 1 1 tile 'tlcuilie...-. tiv lo form a pUn for h union of the lin homes. ,e,i Lrrner. prcxlo'en! ,if th, or'hill house, in his nmiu.il report s-ii.i tinti the siuTerine of .lews In Ibirop during i the wai was almost wllhont p.i r.i 1 1 r 1 m Jew wli h -or . "The n.i Is niikteg hundred a"H t'loiis.nids of Jewish oinhavs. ' oe s,ii "euit sv'iipathv goes run to our unfor- j nn it hiethren dooined to live or ehe in the Kurnpeaii Itiferuo It Is well for us lo contemplate the oiiiing to Mils .oiintiv of in. iii Jewish children when the ceinflh t ends ' ' Ciinglesstiian lleinv Goldfogle, lb ore MoskoWIIJ!. piesnletit ol' the Mllllclp.lt I'lMI Seivlc Co llilllsslilll Hie e. Il M.is,s Ita novvitz. the Itev li lliniss man and I 'r M is'l.i n-kx also spoke BREAD LINES SOON TO GO, Iti-iil llnl ''Inner 'I'iiiii of prim terry . tvserts "I see M the iilllcial tlist div I lie ( 111 chl est, Mission, whi" i be pate r- to-day is t tic ot si,, i. u. ' rt ni.iiked t'd.iv i the Itoweiy penils' Ills Slllnl.iv s ' Voll arc w mill!, ' put Hi Tom "Sluing conies with tl losim Mi-m-v . lloW II of tho tentporarv hn ad lilies 'I tie Ixtiicki rbes-lirr bread bli" clos,. on ! it unlay, the Hutel th Gluk shuts it doors on April I. and we -that l, Titv: Si s s ficc bread ilcp.it at !' Fllst street ate going to end our lnnr season ut the eni "f this week That nieun.s tint spt Ing has collie " lllsbop Ivcnneit) lliiiinreil. The ILkIu Itev Hlsliup Thnmis !' Ixiiincdy. lei tor ol III Ainct can College III Itonic, xv 1 1 i 1 1 1 the la 'i Pope Plus ele vated to the i plscimatc, has been ap pointed a eonsuluir to the Sacicd Cn. leg' of the Plopugaudt l-'lile. In Willi h students In Home from all parts of the win Id gather for lectures by Cardinals and other i hutch digtutui b s 10, Per MON I H UPON PLEDGE OF PEkSONAL PKOPEHTY THE PROVIDENT LOAN .MAN II VITAS' Fourth .ventio, o, r. iTdh Street lllili'iilgc Street, cor. itivinglnn St, Seventh Avo.bct ISlh ,-nd I'.ttli Sis. Lexington Ave., cor. 121th Si not Grand Street, ror, Clinton Street Kant 72d St., hft. Lexington fi lldAvs, KnRt llou.strm St., cor, Kssex 8t. Hotel latgrave, Is arranging sexeral noxeltles for the entertainment ef his guests ilurlng Faster week The iioyai Hungarian orchestra is sellle. The Hotel Cecil, St Nicholas axenilft' and ll"th street, recently reopened by Michael Heumann, has been newly fur nMied and eleeorated The most elaborate eif the dances of the year at the Hotel (Irenoble will lie given by the management on the eve ning of April S. b-oige C Howe and (leorge Orvls, proprietors eif the Ixirrnlne, have had alterations made at the Fipilnox lions', 1 which they conduct at Manchester, xl I Sir Douglas Mawson, the Mitarctli 1 explorer, xxns the guest of honor Satur day night nt the dinner and dance of i the Siwiet) of Australians nierlra I at the Hotel St Penis ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS 5etMe eif Thnss From (Mil of 'Inxxii llrKlxlereel In the City, Astor Giti. and Mrs Mantel C King man, Col. James II , Jackson. Waiutig. ton . Senator T I" Hurton, Cleveland. Marie AntelnetteMr and Mrs J III Cuttles, Waterhnry, i.'onn. : II. M. I-ove, HrlarcllfT Manor, N Y . James l.eedom. Philadelphia. i Hlltmore -.Mr and Mrs. Thomas Cravv forel. Philadelphia: Mrs. I.. P. Wads worth. Washington, I). C. . Charles J. I Pierce. Chlcagei. St llegls Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Grey, I Cle veland . Gen. and Mrs. Crozler, Wash- I Ington : Mr and Mrs Maxwell Wth, Philadelphia. . Laurelton Mr. and Mrs Herman H. F Miller. Warren Township. N J. ; Mr and Mrs W W Whailleld, Sprlngflelrl. . Mass Helleclaire Mrs. llwaril Malibach, Ios Angeles, i.'ol N Joukovosky, Wash ington, C A Heard, Winnipeg, Mani toba Sherman Squire T .1. Gould, Harris burg, Pa . Mr. and Mrs. J Kellogg, Buf falo. Hotel Albert -S. rtoblnson. St Albans. Vt ; .1 W.it son. Kastein. Pa.. I'. Herbert lie Fosse, Won estr. Maes Hotel Irving--.! W IVdmore, Trov . H I Dowel, ( batcaugtiay. N Y . R J Matthews. Clirlndi, la . W D Gilnes, lyifayctt' Ala MeAlpin -Mr and Mrs. Kalamaltians, Odessi, V. C I'.indit, Ienxvr, S S. Wenell. Philadelphia STATE CHARITIES AID OPPOSES HINMAN BILL Tfejrurds Proposed Hoard rt . (O, Kefrulate state Institutions as Penurious. Th. State CharlHss Aid Association ' , ... , . ... I f be II h e recogn e' In the past we hav - through George F Canfteld. it' of the '" " ,' ,j ,h . ,. .... I been too narrow and hav .upposen: that vice.prorlden-s. ind Homer I nlkt, I nol ,r.. nH.nAtTn n,lr.eves It w.s, tarv. issued vesterdav a brief ngalnt j on nl4 a, ,.,,, ,hn, pro. terliis. Ilouian the bill Introduced in the Assembly bv Cathnlli s, Xnglii an, Uaptis's and Metho Assetnhlx mm Hinmsn and In the Senat ' ipsis peiecuteil anel were per-cciited, by Senitor Page to create a new board 1 ea'h thinking telt the trim (iiircb, of regulafon of State Institutions Ar" we not all getting brnsder mmy-p. The statem.nt of the charities a.sso.-la- """" "' ""r "n'' ' t ''T ' "0 . ., ... ., ,. wc not s,. thiit we were mi-taken in catling t.on po.nts out that the hill would pro- ,.,,.,, ,.,,, ,h chutrh of x'da for a board comprising three ; ,-,rKt- instead ol temetnis-ring that the members vvho would have control of afl , r, ann w rite, the names of the church, the State hcspltuls, both for the Insane, I that lie alone leads the hearts, thai He numbering fourteen, and the other char- ' slone s the lodge, and that He alone .table and icforin.itory Institutions. 1 claims the right n blot out th- names of tnimherlne tw entv-on... It would have control over the expenditure of millions I of dollars of State funds "The ae-soel itlon." savs th, brief, "is. j clearlv of the opinion that the e-naelment ! of this bill wouM be a serious, blow to the well being ot the patients in the I St ite hnsnit.xls for the insane and also to ihe inmates of the Slate cluritable , institutions." The io lef asset ts that there aro Inn I uitnv supei vlsorv boirds n the inanage 1 men! of State eh.tfituhlo institutions ai re. nv and urges that son e of the-tn he , abolish, d It sivs further I 'The bill would serve nix ue-cful pur pose, would secure no economies would, icoin ige and ultuiintel'. drive from the srx , c the most cecnfict, nt pi ofes'-ional men m the work nf the vanoiis Stat tnstttnt nns and would tend to reiltiie all he varied institutions to one dead level " DOR SHOT AFTER BITING TWO. ' Ineiscs nxcltcnii'iif In Hriitll.- PiiimIIi- lps I'oHceinnri. X lioiin c ss xcllnw dog caused exciti nit-Hi In 'ind ahoiit the Ww Given roil tool vanls a I.egRrtt aven'ji. The Kionx, ycst.rdiy be'or. In- vv ih shot bv I'ltro'tnan iPIry of the Simpson stt,.t nation Tin- dog lirsi Idt Alfied Gould, a lii'.iKcm.in, ind then ran into a group of luldren mi the street. Thee lie bit Henry W uih, rg nf "ii;. Hast 120th stt t. who iibd to dilvi Ihe aiiim.il away from Urn children V while pooi'llc elscf the police some lieiubb at llroadway and Sevi nty-llrst str.et .iboiit the s.i in, tunc It belonged to Mrs George Glims ot I2i Wct Sixtv eevcnth treci and had run away Pa Irolniaii ixclli t of the West Slxtv-sei-nth virnt station i.ipiur.il ii rcceiving loi his pups a badly bitten hand THE SEAGOERS. Arriv ,i America vestenlav hy tile llolland- sle.iitisiiip Nicuw Amsterdam from lintteiilum Major Carter I'.ue Inhnson II VV Shl Mr and Mr K II Major i, I' L.xns 1 bni a iluiitrr IV I! Atkiiisun Olive aininerniaii William ,1 llcinnin liilnis stiau-s F II llarje. r.qil F.ik.ir L Cole Mr and Mr ft I ward i'ox Mi 'ind Mrs l II V.i ii Wyli Hy tin- Kahrc liner Patria fiom Mar scllb s X lie l.ribnlliivr Mlt lle.v lint 1'iiyrc liieniie- t'nncrs. Wi.incw Ka It 'Nonle. .ii .lean i.iutfrey 1IVI Holies llillly (' Van Cleef SOCIETY OF NEW YORK 1 nno.NX CourtlaniU Ave., i'or, llSth Street IIIIOIIIvIA S Smith St., cor, Llvlnea'on Ht. Gr.iliam Avinuc, hi r I lebcvulse St I'ltUIn Avenue, cur. llocKavvay ,vn PHU ('K.NT.CH.MttiUI) VVOS A.S'S ItKPAID WITHIN aS'I'W' TWO WHIOKS. FHOM HATF. Vnttor UuHtWt inilnalrd .srrmnns apptar vttklu in approximately ftlttrn hnnarttt neirtpnptrt in the Unilrd .MalM, (initiiii,r;rMi;irira(i, .SouA Attttn, AasltaUnendftan-V tltnatin, in lour lanouatt. Metropolitan eltiet are not controlled bu the synMtate, heneek '-"e are permuted to publl'h Iktte Instriiettte fernoni In the leailnfutrtpnpers, patfnoU therefor al ailterttrtnt raft. JXTFIiXAJ IPS'M. nnt r STfttPVTS ASOCI. T10S b The Catholic Church St Peter's Kingdom Keys PASTOR RUSSELL CLAIMS TO BE A TRUE CATHOLIC The Catholic Church Its Divine Peter's Keys-How He Used Hiem How Keys of the Kingdom What Power and Authority Given Apostles May Sins Be Absolved; if So, by Whom? ATLANTA, Cel. Mnrch :i (K Pas tot llnssell's two illscoiiises hero to. ilnv we; tcport the otic on Mnttliew in in, in, "I pop this rock will I build Mv hureh. and Ihe gates of Hell Hade's, th" gravel shall nol pre vail against it xnd I will give lintei thee the key s of the King dom of Heaven " T he Pastor said 1 or some uniic eountahle reason numetons Catholles have gotteti the thought that I am their foe. Jl, a presbv tcriaii". Methodists, Kpieopnlian, llaitlts. etc, have the ltnpre-soii that 1 am their foe 1 am a foe tei no human being, especially to no Christian I believe more fullv III l'r'C Grace than do Methodists that ultimately loel's gnre will re.n b every human being I believe more emphntloallv the.n elo most Presbyterians that the Church 1 an cpc dull x- elect class, anil i now being gath ered out ol the world tei be God's agents III tho ultimate blessing nf nil the non elect I believe with Haptlt that only th" r.le.t, the Immersed, will lonstliute the Ixlngilom of God. although 1 eleny their lulm that baptism In water i the real Immersion I hold, with tin1 Apostle, thin it is a bsptlsni into Chris' s death sunilarlv I hold to the great i athollc eloe ttine that theie s onlv on inie ( hurcli, foundesl bv the Lonl ,tesi Christ through His Apostles, neerly nineteen i-cntunes H20 1 am aware that several e hure bes claim to lie Catholic, earh ile.larlng itself the inie Chttreli and teprobitlng the o'her as hereti.nl I take the still broader catliolli' grnniid that Hie word lathohr means general and lh.it nnv limitation j such as 1,'oman Ciithollc. (Heel, i athollc. etc . tei that estenl denies their cHtliolb Ity. Perhaps, therefore, I inn reallv saving that I am more cHth"ll'' Mian anv of these brethren. I must prove mv poln' or be nuunder stooij I hold, and few. If an . w ill dispute l it. tnnt tno one catholic or general nun " of Chrlt I that mentioned in the Hlble - "the Church ot the I'trst-borns. wrltien In Heaven' If thi" I' admitted, mv next pro pn r ion is e nai I ne i.nio in ,o-i, - '-o , . ... III. Cl.lirh lecoriis s nieiuoeih oi iis ii," ..,. v., all the atmlv whether IToman Catholics, Anglican Catholics, Greek Catholics. Hap tlts, Mothodlsts, Frcsbvtertanf . etc. and none others. Have we not hre the on Church. ra' nmic. mil versa i, i nc inn, . u.o . ...v.. 1 repron.ncs Paul wiote acamt sectarianism, alreadv Ing I i'cter manifest in bis dax some e-ax-iini ol Paul' others. I am of ei,. flic poi. asl.s, ' I rlirist ' it i niinthians t tn. Ho ef l x nee explains tb it the,e sei taiian names slgni- tlei a plili oi elivl'lon that fuleil to teingtilO tho true lle.nl of thi I'lpireli, III itno repie.eni;,tive and His tn: members lb" entire, foundation ol divided I hristi.ini'v would iiatpesr nnd ihe true i Inir'h of Christ be siiecillb manliest, if tt no c.itholicitv were v know I e,lei The ge,it ed.st l'-le lo unllV Is 'he cm. neons doctrine of eternal torment We tn'l t open our eves with! and s, e. Gil' man' ol" inn I henries ever" no' Hindi b' lc-ts mil th" Vpotes We tnu" e." tin' the i huii Ii is a i oinp naiix elv -niall IOIIIiinV ot .lesijs footstep folln" ers, Irrespei im ot - tiirim lin, and tint Hie Ulble icai'hes no' that these ar lo look over tin lctlemetlts ol Heaven In all itcrnitv- and see all others in toruieni, but that the .nc to demonstrate then Im.ili, unto ilein b and in d'1" nine '" a. .o. inicil wnb Messiah in Ills Mlilenni il Ivlli'.'doni. whnli "ill hl"'s ell h- tl'nlli.s Ol Ihe ' Hill the ll Mil J .III I ' h' 'e III. lei III I In n le tcsllrre lerl Tin Twelve funnels Hon simips. s,i Paul iiilii"d tlm' ihe snlnis ol God, the tup, i.dhohc i hnt.'h. arc l.mii I lo.ti the Inundation "I ihe pn.e ami Prophets, I'sii- Christ llnn lf being tin Chief I oilier Mnne ilphi'slllis : ';il i 1 be I ii'h'' Vposil.s are here Interred to III their .blllbb i 'lb ' Xpo-'les ispcil.llll , oinioi-sioiied b t he lend i Ills repre- seiitaiiv "s. .ind Prophet-, tiioui hpi lor the proclatil'Uloll ol Ml- M ge le.li. plellltes III,' Chup'b ol GlorV ,s Hie Sew .let iisiibin. and lis t.vc toiind nious tviehc plei lolls stones. Ill w hi ll Hlo I lie llillin's ol the luetic Vpostles ot the Lamb no nunc, no less m I'.nil being Cusl's i lion c to take .Inil.i-' plm e l o think ol "-I I'cicr as i,e onv found') lion for th t huri h would be in ill in Christ s teaching ii'id Peter's own statement that Hie entire ( bur h i- sviii liollcallv ri'pre-enti'd lis living stones limit together bv th Lord Ihlllllgll Ihe 1 1 ii I v Spun 'I Peter 2 I lo.i It was a co-ilc llll-ttlke when out Inn till hers, ov el look ing this wo-esiili;ishei point ol "- ru tiire. thought ol their bl-iops as io--lell. Ilisliop.. 'itid took their il 'i i-lon- in nmniils ,iscnilii'i as the vrne ol I .od I'll,, , in n of lio'l in nnd through I lie I hii h nine onlv thiullgli Hie Iwclvo io-l. ol III" Lainli U ol Ic'i's'i I. lini ng t lil-nut hoi il v nr.' dciiouin I'd In .losiis llUllsell as pselldo- V posl cs liil-e Vpos tles Ib'V III I le in 2 Power In Heaven ami In Lartli. s SI Peter was olll;, one nt the twelve to'iiidntion stones ot i lo chinch, so. likewise, lie was only one ol Ihe Iwelve In whom Hn Loiil deilaieil, ' Ii it-oev el -hull hind on .it I ii shall b" boiiinl in lleavell. .lllll W ll.llsoev CI le sb.i.l to ise Oil Clllll ll'lll lie loo-.'d III Heav " A il Ihew Is I I he s, Ine sllii I lilei.t i v.i- i 1 . Iliiil on aiioilni in i-.mii He in.nli hi s,i I'cicr only Hut He gave the keju to s . Peter aloiiet. I (PASrpg. g5?ELU Foundation -Apostolic Authority -St. Would It seem reiisonnble that Jesus should le His poslcs that God would do whatever Ihev hub Him do taking lo Heaven whom tliev ph'aeil and ct chilling vvhoni thev cheise'' Would It b" wise or safe to entrust to poor hiltnanlfv such ellctnlorlnl pmve.r ri'specllng th eternal Interest nf even one ltidivldii.il? Asureillv not' When wt remember thai Hies,. posles ileclaicl I lie-lne-lx es men of like passions witli oilier, tint Sf Peter hitusell dissembled on one occasion, ami on another denied his Master, wn ur the ineirn rnnvliiied that .le.iis did not mean that God would abdicate His PI. vine authority and wisdom in favor of anv twelve men What the passage Implies is that thx Iinl would so uvertulo the utterancoii and writings ol Hi twelvo Apostles a- id make Hiem safe guides for His Chun h llilnilgli the Holy Spirit nt Petitei'iHl these Apostles would lie enabled to under stand w blch things of the 'ew Ish law wore) binding upon tho Church, and winch not binding 'I heir decision would be abso. Iittely light, and the entire I liiirrh might have i euilldeneo that what the pnstlni hound or loosed on earth was e-oiialljr bound ol loosed in Heaven Sen cU 13 :. '.! To get back into pioper relationship with each otliei, t, oil s people must tceog. IlUe thai otlly t" worels of tlie New '1'estn. ment Vpostles and Prophets aro authori tative, ptopetlv lepre-enlltig the Plvlntx mind otliei thing men have bound or loo-ed on earth, without recognition in Heaven Tin thiines necc-snrv to the ( hureh are found onlv in the Hlble. ss St. Paul declares lininlliv :i t, ; The Cliurcli I poll Hn- llocl,. (ibei Poiindatiop inn no innti Isr than Hint i laid. .Ic-ais I'hri-t n Corin thians n it i In the hums nrtangctnents .testis Chl 1st is the Poilnda'iotl. the llocW. upon w llllll l built tlie entire - iper structure' of Hi- ( linn h the im,. t athollc. world-w nle I 'huri h 'Ihe New -lei uaem, the chinch in g!nn bad iwelve fo'iiiibi t ii in stones, built upon the one routnlntion Hock, the Lonl. .lesiis Clu-ist It would miirufestlv be eiToneoiis, Dictc'erc, to siippo-e that our Lotd abill, a'ed His own place it, tb" bun h In favor of t Peter, as much a lie loved him st peter was inerelv eine of the twelve, pi p. iois stnni fonnelatlim- Miat. then, lot lesns mean when He called St I'etet a stone .poke of bnildinir His i hureh upon this rock , ' and dei lared tha' tlie gate, of Hell illnde. the griirevi would not prevail against if We rpv, ,lesii went down into the pri-nn house of ilcuth. "heol. Hades, the tomb hut on the third dsv these gates opened, and He eune forth So likewise the" gales will not prevsil ngsltc.t the church fhhvls nn assUrHti'e of the tc-nt rectlnn of tie dead T" understand onr text e e sheiilH resd lie context Ihe disciples had toi) l.s-s the common tall, te-iiecnng lliin-..f then )isked theni. W he. hhi ' that I ntn .' Si Peter answered, I ho i art the ) hrist the son of the living God Ins as the tlrt public elerlaraiion nf .tcsii Messiah ship I. ven the di-ciiie had onv now come i" recognise their leacher as th long piotmsed Messiah lesus answered lcseil art thou. Simon, son of Jonas, for tlesh anil blood hath not revealed this unto thee but Mv lather in Heaven. Thon alt Peter la stone, rendv for the i-pirltunl 'lemple, the tlrst to pul In lv a. knowledge Jestis, and upon Hit- roi k ithe truth Just declared, that I 'n Messiah j 0inr Mv i liiirrh ' In the Greek the word Peter sfcnfieB , stone of moderate sie, while tji word here rendered roi k -i.-tiil'i'. a masa of stone M i'etet s sl.i lenient w as a rem j nitle'ii of .U--.il- a- ihe great Foundation of he I it x ii. Plan Messiah I pen turn foilliil itioti truth, thai .leoi- i. i hrisi th i bun b is built and si 1'rter was 'l.e fn st Ivi'u- .tone to l.inld btni-elf ut,on thst fouilibl'i.ili - I'eler llUII-etr give. i, tlie .,m.. though' 'I I'elel ,-s I Tip. en'lie Gospel Xg has i.,.n de ..tc.l ti (ho ouildin.' eif 'ho-o living -tnne- upon thn' cre.i l-'onndat'on l.'ock. i hn-t ,ln WlnUI lli. .'real lemple nt I, oil , olll pb led, the ow I ii..en-ai ion will b in niik'iii -iteil "Till lcs of Hie It'tlltlleiin." Jo st Peter onr T mil -aid. t will jir,. the the kev of the kingdom ot Heavi p U shad not suppose i ha' an' ' ho h'i this ell-eolir-e ol read n 'tl 'he new 4p.Xp.-t are stnpiel etiongh to Uinik .( u mem' that Heaven i. lo'kiel up, and 'ha' in. lioilv i mil, gel in except ,ij S' Pel, r aoiild admit them I ro-, nn,.- hsv. nn . si sin h faut.isiji notion- lint l"fi.c to b.'hexe thai ItiteMlgt-lit ieep. i mild be in eirne.t in anv .in I. view s' I'efer was hntiolvil in being pet nutted to do art oriening work 'nine, t, .1 with the inauguration ol 'he i hur It I I lie Hlble shows lis two different op. I i,- I wetrke .mil iwo ilincrcul ke i s V kev Is a si iiibol ol tvi'MT oi aiphi.tit or v I I'ltilllltv e ,t I'.-ler il-eil hi- Or-t '..-v of privilege on Pel te. ost When the lln' spirn i am' upon lb- irlv u .nun-- e hup h SI l'i ter exphimil lie .otialloli 411 I opened the tlooi to ihe i hur- h of Chri tor the .lews, admonishing tbein i.i i n'i r He told of lb., in,. in of t hll-t - , I, ml, te.urri" lion lint !. n-ion. aid Ine for LMieiie.. iii sins w u- therefore, preKh-'.l tn His inline c. - ii. ir, Ihe .eennd k" 'o the Kltigdotn el ll'liveti llic Clnmh. 'be etllbrvo Mr.' ih.in ptepaini.' fur jinn si ' inr I three mil a half ve.ir- later lien th' .ev "iitiet h week ol Ihviiii laeoi propli'a I'-llllv .IppOlllle.l to the .lews evpireil i'd tin' tune cam iha' the lo utiles ini.'h' lie I- lou heirs with the ,lcn of the .,'n I'foiiii-e II ei 1 1 1. g nor. wi -I'll the llllil-cholil Ot tolte lllls to who'll S' I'ete, 1 1 r I bed I hn- llnl- 'he Innti'. door nan tie biiijdotn wis thtown wbh open i Is in llepenl unci llllll Itctiilssliiti of tn. "1 h it .-i.elit.iii' ind retnt-siolt er Min might be pic, ii hed in His name to all ,ieople ll ll,l I I I, oil in ver gave Power to liisnop., ,n...i. oi minister of alii ilelioni.natii.il t.i lor.'ive rin. Who can I ol gi v c si i,s I mi t mil a loin' S or did lesti. gi an'horiM u, lit. vpo.t!,.. in bngicc sin. the iniL'ht l rem ii r.-net ' no " .mil lot i;l el ic- bill on y in 7i neie Now h. ! tn (he llihl." t- n ere .1 si.i'i cell' 10 tl.e ctlei t that the Xpnslles undertook to lolCUe .111. In .lo"il lloll a- Gods pniipto throw awnv Iheit s"itii.an spectacles thev call lead lonl s ews.i.c lu the vviml. of lesus and tin Vposii... I ci iii hold i.i.t Hi' '.lei'toil. Wofd. xx I i - 1 1 .1.-- I- cvhortisl ill to ,-e.irch ami wlmh i. suil,iicut lliii tie inau ol (oiii uia l.e thi tiiiu'lilv turiilslieil I i't lis rclliellliiel 1 1 ii I thi'rc Is eailv ole 1 1 lie i ill I Ii ill i , lllll V el s 1 1 I liill i ll, c, i h men I. el ot llllll ll Is , - I'll', (el 1 1 el I 1 1 1 I .oil II lid the lend lesus i '.n-i iliiongh laiib. r '.I'lii nii'i' anil leiiii-.ioti ill sin and I"1 ucllliij ot the llnl s,,,l(1, .mil lh.it a nieni loi ol tin. lloih iii i I, i,. i i- a inciiil.ci . I' III. II llllll .llivwlieli V.ivi .lie o tie lioilv ol I hll-l .llnl lilelllliels III artl ' III II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ill- i. .'' i iti i. i nit i hi: vsi, im,, I(i irai'lli of w Ii it n it i eli ini il.i or do Iliil llelnliP Mi I I ' HI leipil-st in nun i '-I llloodif V I in. ll. fn eiifc'i . vr lllll!-'! 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