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Mens s National Missionary MissionaryCongress 11issionaryCongress MissionaryCongress
Congress Stands for forReligious forReligiousU forReligious
Religious ReligiousU Unity Unityi nity nityDRAMATIC j jDRAMATIC
IN KOREANS SPEECHOrganization SPEECH SPEECHOrganization SPEECHOrganization
Organization Outgrowth Outgro tb of Christian Chris Christian chris christian ¬
tian Endeavor Endea or Societyand Society Societyand Societyand
CHICAGO IM May 1Y irM i The The nine slseteenth nineteenth 1Ite 1IteleeBth ¬
teenth century noose mankind aktnd one oneneighborhood e enebhbariteod e enet
neighborhood net hborbeOd the twentieth century centuryThte celltaITmust centurymust
must make nranktnd JIkhMl one brotberiteod brotberiteodThis lKottter lKottterThis
This sentence se te ee more nearly rly than anyother any anyother aayother
other uttered exproaocs expI8iI eIJ t the e sense e e of the thethe tAemeetiDg themeeting
meeting and i t is rea readily tIy seen that for forthe forthe
the majority of those attending atte dln < < the theMens tIteXens theLens
Lens National Missionary Congress Congressmankind CoaIIefMmaD Congressmastldnd
mankind maD kind is already 1rea y one brotherhood brotherhoodhold brotherhoodThe Rood RoodThe
The th three seeeton s8eedi ° ° ° each day seem tG tGhold tohold
hold every delegate te At no session I yet yetlias yethas yethas
the theznaln UteDJa1n themain
has there been a vacant seat on
main floor of the Auditorium and many manyof I Iof
been occu occupied occupied occupied ¬
of the gallery seats se t have
pied The addresses a4Wre es can be described describedbest d dbest describedbest
best by saytag sal3f they are like looking lookingthrough 100IdDgthrough lookingthrough
through some new and marvelous tel telfirst telI i iESCODe
first surveying < < ODe ne land and i
then another or by likening 1tkeD n to aeriee a aseries
Btmondorf dort er erBurton erBurton orBurton
series eriee of ten or twelve BI te
Burton Holmes lectures crowded crow eil in inone late lateone Intoone
one dayThe day dayThe dayThe
The dramatic incident of yesterday yesterdaywas ye tenkY tenkYwas
was an address by Horn F 11 H Yun of ofKorea oCKorea ofKorea
Korea It was the la Eastern Mexa t tthe brother III Inthe IIIthe
the Western We tern brothers home Almost Almostdiminutive Ab Almostdiminutive o t tdiminutive
diminutive in stee be and a perfect East Eastern EastErD Entern ¬
ern type he called forth enUrasfastfe enUrasfastfeapplause enOlu enthueiodcapplause lllsUe lllsUeapplause
applauseEast applause applauseEast applauseEast
East aad West Cadplesaeatary CadplesaeataryX
64I X am but an atom of the mighty nightyEast mightyEast mtghtrEast
East said w he yet as one drop dr p of etwater ofwater C Cwater
water is as truly water a as II an entire entireocean enUreocean entireocean
ocean so I am a son e r the Snst 4UIt Theyoung The Thoyoung Theyoung
young man m n in the Orient is an ambl bliU i3 i3to > 3 3to 3to
to be an old man in the Occident Tout Toutold Yevrold Yourold
old men are ambitious to be young Inthe In Inthe IJtthe
the East we think of the past as better betterthe betterthe betterthe
the present Kesent as bad and that the future futuretrill fUturewin futurewill
trill be worse You of toe We West t think thinkthe thtnltthe thinkthe
the past NUJt was good the present pre eDt better betterand betterand bettorand
and that the future will be best of alL alLEast aiLEast alLEast
East and West are compiementarand comptementarv comptementarvand
and not contradictory We need your yourhope yourhope I Ihope
hope and your enthusiasm you may mayproSt mayprofit I Iprofit
profit from our calm and contempla contemplation contemplatroD contemplalion ¬
troD Your activity will stimulate our ourenergy oareneay ourenergy
energy our contemplation contempi OR may giv givyou give giveyou Vf Vfou
you ou depth and repose repo e It is in Jesus JesusChrist JesusChrist Je us usChrist
Christ that we see both made DNMleA oneA one oneA
A missionary ml sionary from th the Philippines Philippinessays Philtpptnessays
says that more people in the Philippine Philippineislands PbIUpplntj Phifipplneislands
islands j lands are now speaking English l glish Ush after afteronly afternlv afteronly
only nlv nine years of American rule thanspoke than thanspoke tba tbaspoke
spoke Spanish after three hundred and andfifty andfltt andfifty
fifty fltt years of Spanish rule And yet yetsaid yetpcople yetmid
said he people say you OU cant hustle Ju e ePleasure tb tbEast the theEasL
Pleasure In Giving GivingH
H H Hyde a Kansas banker who for foryears fKYf1lIS foryears
years has been giving S4ia 4MW a year to toforeign t tforeign toforeign
foreign missions ml slons told of the new inter interTkG InterII Intere
II TkG The e 6 Street Shoe Store Storeon tore torej ore oreh
h j hon on the Sunny Side SideSnappy SideSnappy SideSnappy
Snappy Summer SummerFootwear SummerI
I Footwear FootwearAt 0o ear earAt
At 350 and 400 400Beautiful 400Beautiful 400Beautiful
Beautiful Pumps and Ties made madeof madeof madeor
of Suede Canvas Velvet and Gun GunM GunM Gunfetal
M fetal fetalPriced t taJ taJPrm T TPried
Pried at 500 00 a iwi 600 llsewhereCohen Qsewtee QsewteeRobt flsew ere ereRobt
Robt Cohen Son
1115 G StlMW St N w
eat life had for fO him since he becnma becnmainterested secrmeinterested bec me meinterested
interestedGovernor interestedGovernor interested interestedGovernor
Governor Stubbs of Kansas urged urgedthe urgedthe urgedthe
the investment of not only money but butfortunes butfortunes butfortunes
fortunes In life and Chrtstlaalty Christias + ity as asbringing asbrlnIDg asbringing
bringing the greatest eate8t satisfaction satisfactionThe satisfactionThe tJ CacUon CacUonThe
The real significance of this gathering gatheringis
is more and more impressing Impre log all present pres present present ¬
ent N Nerer < wer er before in the United States Stateshave Stateshave Stateshave
have representatives repre eotathes from every denom denomination cIenoiIRtnaUon denoinination ¬
ination and from every section been beengathered beeRpthered beengathered
gathered together This movement mOYemeDtunited hasunited has hasunited
united the Protestant Protes nt churches of the theUnited theUntted therutted
United States Canada and England as asthey a ahave asTie
they have v never previously r been united unitedThese naltedTIte unitedtotal
Tie These TIte e ll llv lands sand f furnish furnishr furnishIt 3t9M It 0 u ubeen out outfor of tk tktotal the thei60000 e etotal
total of i60000 24 MLtttt given fo for mfeetons m an annually aIIRuaII aanuslb ¬
nually RuaII by f the entire Protestant prote taat worldDenetninations world worldDenominations worWDeneuinations
Denominations United UnitedTnis UniteThI8 UnitedThis
This congress COIIgre is the spontaneous flow flowering tSewerIa nowerlag ¬
ering erIa of a growth v > th that has its it roots rootsback rootsback rootsback
back ta the two prinicpal prinlepalI < fend peculiar peculiarinterdenominational pecallarJD peculiarInterdenominational
interdenominational JD erdeaoMtnatio 1 lay movements JBOV tB of ofthe ofthe C CUte
the past NUJt fifty years yearsth the Christian CIu1stI a Kn Kndoaver EaSoeIety Enieavor
doaver Society and the Young Men MenChristian Mens MensChristian MeRCluiBtJan
Christian Association As oclatJon For a full tunaUa gener generation generatlea ¬
ation la the annual conventions of these theseorganisations the theserganaations e eons
organisations ons people of all denomina denominations dftMml denominadons a atIeDs ¬
dons found themselves in one fte ynce 4aoe and andof alldDe andof
of one De mind and they marveled as they theyheard theyheard
heard each in n his own tongue toDveXetho tongueMethodiet Metho Methodist ¬
dist Baptist BaptI t Congregational Lutheran LutheranPresbyterian LutheranPresbyterian
Presbyterian and Anglican Anglleaatbe the wonder wonderful woaderC1II wonderful ¬
ful works of God GodUnity GodUnity GodUnity
Unity wait inevitable under these con coadltions conditions CORdIt ¬ i
ditions dIt Whatever else ei e the laymans nyaneasmissionary laymansmissionary JiL7JBBsDllulory
missionary movement may aceompttsh eeelRpII Ia it ithas Italready j jhas
has already touched the farthest tar te t point ptatyet pointyet t4 at atyet
yet reached on the road to unity 1U t and andit andit Del DelIt
it has nas also shown 0 > 08 the churches chulCbeswill that men menwMl menwtil
will go far and stay long JoD to hear facts factsto faetsto factsto
to hear the truth the whole truth andnothing and andnothing aadROthmg
nothing but the truth truthThree truthThree truthThree
Three words express this congress congressuniversality COftgreeeuIltTersaltty congressuniversattty
universality unity and reality realityVICTOR reaJtqVICTOR realityVICTOR
AMHERST Mass May 6 tlLaudlng tlLaudlngTheodore iLaudingTheodore Lauding LaudingTheodore
Theodore Roosevelt as the Ihrto living ideal idealof JtIealoC Mealof
of American Amerie a democracy George S SBrengie SBreAle SBretgle
Brengie a senior of Wesleyan We leyan Univer University CDlversit Unlrerslty ¬
sity sit won the gold metal in the firstcontest first firstcontest ftntcontest
contest held under the direction of the theNew th8New theNew
New England Intercollegiate Oratorical OratoricalLeague OratorteaILee OratoricalLeague
League Lee < < ue In m a College Halt
Is Guest of Vice President PresidentAt
At Luncheon In InCapitol InCapitol InCapitol
Capitol CapitolPrince
Prince lyesaic J Tokugawa president of ofthe orUIe ofthe
the boos h4MI e of peers of Japan who arrived ar arrived arrived ¬
rived in Washington W yesterday yMter is spendlag spend spending speIHlIDS ¬
IDS a strenuous atr day ta the Capital and andhis alMlhis andhis
his JM juv H4 1i as6 ii iH not end until hue huetonight WetOllight latetonight
tonight If the lb present NMeIIt program is car carried carried carried ¬
ried out outThe oatTIle outThe
The Prince accompanied paDled by Sir r M MSengoka MSengoka 1 1SeDgeka
Sengoka second secretary of the house houseof houseor houseof
of peers and Mr M Shitara of the thePrinces t thePrinces e eplIftee
Princes plIftee household paid a felt to te tetop netop tietop
top of the Washington Mow neat neatShortly eBt eBtSbortIy
Shortly 9 iortly before noon the f Prince ac accompaned acCOIIIpIPed acoompamed
companed b by Mr Sengoka and Mr Shl Sklta Shltara
tars ta and lid Baron Uehida ambassador ambasladortJOllL awbasodorfront
from Japan went to the Capitol where wherethey wherethey wherethey
they spent the greater portion of the theafternoon theattent theafternoon
afternoonFrom afternoon afternoonFrom attent OlL OlLJiroM
From noon until nearly 1 oclock the theparty theparty theparty
party were visitors In the Senate cham chamber chamIter chamber ¬
ber where the Prince was an attentive attentivelistener attellUyelWeaer attentiveelistener
listener to the various < < discussions dl8eu slons Spe Special Speclsl ¬ i iclal
cial attention was w paid to the parlt parltmentary parllmentary parltmrentary
mentary methods metho s for the Prince PrtDt as aspresident aspreskleDt aspresident
president o oC the house hoU e of peers Irakis T s a aposition aposition aposition
position corresponding somewhe i i to that thatI tbtoC thatof
I of Vice President Pre ldent SbTrman SbTrmanAfter StrmaDAfter SharmanAfter
After a stay In the th Senate Sena f e the party partyadjourned partyadjoUrned partyadjourned
adjourned to the room of tLc committee committeeon mmltteeon
on military affairs where Vice V President PresidentSherman PreeldentSherman PresidentSherman
Sherman was host at a luncheon in inaddition InadcUUo Inaddition
addition to the Japanese party and an Vice VicePresident ViePr VlcePresident
President Pr ftt Sherman the fcJowIng fc wlng were vrerepresent werepresent re
present ent Secretary of State irnox nox Seca Secators Se Setors Senators
tors Hale Lodge Lod r Depew > epew Hoot Bacon
Money Kean and Galllnger and Secre Secretary Secretary Secretary ¬
tary of the Senate Bennett BennettFollowing B BennettFollowing I1nett I1nettFollowing
Following luncheon the party visited vlslteath
th t tt r House Hou e of Representatives where the thePrince thePrince thePrince
Prince spent considerable time timeTonight timeTonight timeTonight
Tonight the Prince will be the guest of ofhonor ofhonor ofhonor
honor at a reception by Baron and andBaronees andBaronees andBaronees
Baronees Uchida at the Japanese Jap Bese emTomorrow em emfoctssy embusy
busy foctssyTomorrow busyTomorrow
Tomorrow the Prince will be received receivedby
by President Taft in the blue room of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the Vhlte House HouseSunday HouseSunday HouseSunday
Sunday morning the party will leave leavefor 18 18for leavefor
for New York sailing for London on eaMay onMay en1Ia7
May II on n the Mauretania uretaDla A tour t el elthe ofthe t tthe
the continent will follow followPYTHIAN followPYTHIAN followPYTHIAN
Delegations Dele < < tUons from trc Rl both Rathborne RathborneTemple RaUbomeTemple RathborneTemple
Temple No S Pythian Sisters and the theGrand theGraad theGrand
Grand Lodge of Officers Knights ofPythias of ofPythias orPytkl
Pythias Pytkl have nave been appointed to attend attendthe attendtlte attendthe
the funeral of Mrs Clara G WIlley WHieypast WIlleyJ8t Willeypant
past chief ruler of the Rathborne Temple TempleStaters T TempleSisters e eSers
Sisters who died Wednesday Wt D IdY morning morningat
at her residence list T Td Ird street north northwcst nertkwa northI northIasset
asset wcstA assetA wa t tA
A brief service I4rVtce will conducted at atthe atUte atthe
the house OUH tomorrow afti attinoon 1I noon OII the Rev HeYE RevE
E B 1i Marshall ofnetattag Pallbearers Pallbearerswill
will be T A Bynunt S H Baseett B ettw IL ILB IIB ILB
B Armstrong A and H M I Vandervort Vandervortof
of G > C the Pythians J T B Beea Ber oa and HW H HW Hw
W Olmstead OImst The Rathborne Rath orne Temple TempleSociety T8MpIoey TempleStrlety
Society y wii have charge of the ceremonies cere ceremonies ceremonle ¬
monies at the grave graveMrs graveMrs ve veM
Mrs M Willey was a native B tlTe of Cincin Cincinnati ClnciRDtI Cindaanti ¬
anti Ohio but was reared and educated educatedin
in thi this city clt Her death followed a pro protracted J protraded n ntractecl ¬
traded Illness of more than Uta a year andwas and andwas lid lidW1UI
was not unexpected Beside Be IAe e b her hum humband husband RuabIuMI ¬
band Harry P Willey ate is survived survivedby ntnd ntndby
by her mother motherFARMERS motherFAR1ERS motherFARMERS
ST LOUIS May Xa S The executive executivecommittee exeeuUveCOIIUDtttee executivecommittee
committee of the Farmers Educational Educationaland Educationaland
and Cooperative Union Uak n has ba adopted a aresolution aresolution 1 1r
resolution r utton indorsing the Federation of ofLabor ofLabor I ILabor
Labor and pledging p all organised farm farmers farmera ¬ I It
to union products productsThe productsThe productsThe
ers t > rs to give preference
The organization or lzatloa is saM Ill to number Dum r
3009009 3 1 < 00001
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May MayFurniture
Furniture FurnitureSale
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WE WEARE ARE ORGANIZING to develop a 300acre Grapefruit GrapefruitGrove GrapefruitGrove GrapefruitGrove
Grove near Ft J = t Myers Lee County South Sou h Florida Grapefruit Grapefruitpays Grapefruitpays Grapefivitpays
pays S500 SSOoM SOOO1o600 to S600 F00 profit per acre per annum Trees begin to tobear ti tibear tobear >
bear the second year t 1200 per month will buy an acre interestFOU iiterestFucr interest interestFour
Four years Y ago we organized or aniud a syndicate and planted 400 acres acreski acresin acresin
in 4Q000 4 < 000 artpefnpt rapefnnt trees which we expect exp d to yield 100000 100000worth 100000of ioooooworth
worth of fruit next Sea season which will represent 50 profit on onthe onthe onthe
the investment in This opportunity is open for only thirty days daysas daysnaZ
as there are only 225 acre interests unsold If interested willwrii write writeiviog write1g1viig
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Foundation Certificates to
Be Sold for 5 Pay Payable Payable Payable ¬
able 1 a Year YearThe
The bviMMng g of the magnificent eeat W wInteR Nyh NyhIn oh1 oh1ineten
In InteR = ter Cathedral C which wbo wIMa wIMapietfJd com oswpleted j jp4etd
p4etd wJH w l be one of c th tile ar arcatteclnrai I Iclorhl8 arai araiglories j jhas
glories eC the Capital and oC A Ahas Ames ea eahas
has received new bnoetm IaIpe I boa boaI the tneimi theimprearhe
imprearhe imi I r a lve e services hold yesterday 7en1a7the y t rAar onthe on onthe
the chancel a foundation and frees tre the theplan ueIall theplan
plan Iall just aniomced an 1Iaeed by Bishop Bi o Hard Harding 1IarcIme Bardlag ¬
lag for ta the farther raising I8I8ID < < of foods randstoward foodstoward I
toward the wtk wrrkIn wwiLIa wtkIn
In order t that t every 1JrT on one may tftfco pan pnrtIn partin I
In the contrtoodon of funds t for the thefoundation thefoaadadon thefoundation
foundation of the cathedral flvedoUar flvedoUarcertMcatea thedollarcertIAcateL r I IcertJGeata
certMcatea known MM CownAatlon f tIoa iMnJd iMnJdWaflMngUHi 1MIIIden beidcru
en C certBkatos < < have Mea is oed by tile theWashington tileulaiaCt
Washington ulaiaCt ft Cathedra Chanter CIIapt Thecerftacalee These Thesecerfhicates The I Iy
cerftacalee may y be porcha pan purchased d for Toreach foreach ot
each or at the rate of 0 i 1 per ICr year 7 7ftve forfive for forI I
I five years yearsThe yerThe yearsThe
The name of 0 those purchasing the thecertificates thecertificates
certificates or making any an offering to toward toward to toward 1
ward the cathedral catlt ral will be entered eat as ascathedral ascathedral
I Icatbe4ra1
cathedral foundation builders in the thekept theBoOk theBook
BoOk ei c R Remembrance ba8Ce which Is to be bekept i ikept
kept in the chancel of the cathedral cathedralIn I IlJi
In the services rv = heW yesterday at the tlwCathedral tMCatbedral theCathedral
Cathedral of Sts st Peter and aD Paul P ul in incelebration Incelebration i icelebrtloD
celebration of the Feast of tfc Un 3 Aaron Aaronsloe Ascension ¬ I Iidoa
sloe Bishop Harding Hard < < hi his hi sermondwelt sermon sermondwelt
dwelt upon then the need for a national nationalcathedral nationalcathedral
cathedral In n the nations Capital The Theopen Theopen The
open an air evensong evea oa to which wbl h ill U th thclergy the theclergy WfIelg
clergy Ielg of the diocese dl assisted a whtctwas whIch whschwas whIchwas
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