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BILLY SUNDAY TELLS OF HIS
REVIVAL IN THE DAY BOOK
Rev. "Billy" Sunday was in Chi
cago yesterday. He was on his way
to Hood, "Wash., taking his aged
mother to spenof"the summer at his
"Are you going to conduct a revival
in Chicago next summer?" he was
"I am not waiting for next sum
mer," said Sunday. 'Til hold a re
vival in Chicago next week. There'll
be a sermon every day and in print,
where it will speak to more than I
could in a tabernacle.""
Sunday was referring to the series
of sermons he will preach through
the columns of The Day Book next
week. He is putting the finishing
touches on the last one of these. He
thinks himself that these sermons
are the best he has done.
"1 may be in Chicago later to hold
a .revival in person," said the ball
player evangelist, "but first I will
have to be sure that the ministers
and big laymen want me. It's hard
enough to crack open the heads and
hearts of sinners without having a
lot of quarreling Christians to handle
CONSISTENT TO THE LAST
"Well, old Roundly's gone at last.
Did he leave his wife much'"
"Oh, yes. Almost every night."
NEWEST EFFORT TO BRING ON
PEACE PROVE FUTILE
Berlin, via The Hague, March 27.
President Wilson's newest effort to
bring about a cessation of hostilities
in Europe has met with failure. CoL
B. H. House of New York, president's
personal emissary, will leave Berlin
for Switzerland tomorrow, convinced
that peace negotiations at present
are out of question.
Col. House conferred with Sir Ed
ward Grey, England's foreign secre
tary; with the French Prime Minister
Rene Viviani, and finally with Herr
von Jagow, secretary of German for
eign affairs. With all possible cour
tesy and appreciation of President
Wilson's kindly interest, Col. House
has been told that there is no possi
bility of a peace compromise at this
German people were never more
confident of successful outcome of
war. Recount of second war loan
showed that a total of $2,355,000,000
was subscribed. Hitfifl
Savings banks throughout the
Fatherland are crowded with mem
bers of working class eager to subscribe.
U. S. HELPLESS TO PROTECT
MISSIONARIES IN PERSIA
Washington, March 27. With two
warships in the Mediterranean and
a gunboat in the Bosphorus, the TJ. S.
is' nevertheless helpless to protect
American missionaries who are being
outraged and murdered in Persia.
State dep't let it be known that only
efforts being made to secure needed
protection for Americans in grave
danger was through Ambassador
Morgenthau at Constantinople, and
American consuls scattered about
Asiatic Turkey and Persia.
Dallas, Tex. Europe's armies are
burning up most of cotton obtained
from U. S. by making it into gun cot
con, statement of E. H. R. Green, .
Hetty Green's so$