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Temperance Worker Tells of the Ef Efforts Efforts Efforts ¬
forts of Reformers to Stamp StampOut StampOut StampOut
Out the Drink Habit HabitMANY HabitM1N HabitMANY
At Eha th First M E church last even evening evening evenIng ¬
ing there was an address ad < 1ress by Rev O OR OR 0R
R Miller of Washington D C on onGood onGood onGood
Good Tidings from the National Cap Capital Capital Caplial ¬
ital in which he discussed the gen senera generoleduc general
era eroleduc eral educational tional work of the National NationalTemperance NationalTemperance NationalTemporance
Temperance society and he also told toldof toldof toldof
of the e great efforts made by his so society society soclety ¬
ciety and other similar societies to get getgood getgood getgood
good laws passed by congress in favor favorof favorof favorof
of temperance and other moral re reforms reforms reforms ¬
forms formsHe formsHe formsHe
He spoke in part as follows followsThe followsThe followsThe
The National Temperance society societywa
wa organized in 1865 by some of the theforemost theforemost theforemost
foremost Christian men of the country countryHonorable countryHonorable countryHonorable
Honorable William E EL Dodge the fa famous famous famous ¬
mous Christian merchant and Dhilan philanthropist Dhilanthropist Dhilanthropist ¬
thropist of New York was Its first firstpresident firstpresident firstpresident
president and so continued for foreighteen foreighteen foreighteen
eighteen years until his death Our Ourpresident Ourpresident Ourpresident
president now is Dr D Stuart Dodge Dodgeof
of New York YorkThe YorkThe YorkThe
The primary object of the society societywas societywas societywas
was to create and circulate circul te a sound soundtemperance soundtemperance soundtemperance
temperance literature which would wouldpromote wouldpromote wouldpromote
promote the cause of total abstinence abstinenceand
and concentrate the temoeranpe and andChristian andChl1stlan andChristian
Christian sentiment of the nation nationagainst nationagainst nationagttlnst
against the drink habit and the drink drinktraffic dJinktraffic dInktraffic
traffic and the society has had a large largepart largepart largepart
part in helping to make liquor drink dinkIn drinklng ¬
ing In lng unpopular and the saloon disrepu disreputable disreDut disreputlle ¬
table t lle The society is nonpartisan nonpartisanand
and nonsectarian nonsectarianFor
For forty years our society has been beenfurnishing beenfurnishing beenfurnishing
furnishing Inspiration and ammunition ammunitionfor
for every organization and all who whohave whohaye whohave
have been battling against the drink drinkevil drinkevil drinkevil
evil It has las provided wholesome books booksfor booksfor booksfor
for the library librar papers for the family familycircle familydrcle familycircle
circle pamphlets for workers and andtracts andtrActs andtracts
tracts for the masses In doing this thisit
it has prepared and issued at great greatrxoense greatrueDge greatxDense
rxoense over 2200 different publica publicatons publicatons publicatnns
tons and printed and circulated over overon overnnn overfin
on nnn billion cages of temperance liter literature literature literature ¬
ature sending them out like leaves leavesfor leavesfor leavesfor
for the healing he 1ing of the nation and in inthis inthis inthis
this and its home missionary work the thesociety theHOCitty thesociety
society has distributed nearly 2000000 2000000The 2000000The 2000OOThe
The first scientific temperance tem > erance les lesson lesson lesson ¬
son book for public schools ever issued issuedin
in this country was published by this thissociety thissoelety thissociety
society In 1876 and in the Initial asi asitation afZitation aitation
tation for its introduction into the theschools theschools theschools
schools of the land it spent large sums sumsof sumsof sumsof
of money moneyOur moneyOur moneyOur
Our societys literature has gone to toevery toevery toevery
every state In the union We have havesent havesent havesent
sent It to lumber camps soldiers soldierscamps soldiersamps soldierscamps
camps < and to the ships of our navy navyalso navy81so navyalso
also to Colleges and to the negroes in inthe inthe inthe
the southern sout n states etc etcMr etc1Ir etcMr
Mr Miller took up the legislative legislativework legislativework legislativework
work at Washington and told of the theefforts thepfforts theefforts
efforts made to get temperance mea measures measures measures ¬
sures passed by congress congressHe congressHe congressHe
He saidthere said there were four great tem temperance temperancennd ternperance ¬
perance perancennd and reform organizations with withrepresentatives withrepresentatives withrepresentatives
representatives at Washington when whencongress whenongress whencongress
congress < was In session working to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure the passage of good bills along alongAn alongSTOMACII alongSTOMAUICUR
An Easy Way From Standpoint of ofConvenience ofConvenienceGuaranteed ofConvenienceGuaranteed
Convenience ConvenienceGuaranteed Guaranteed by byF byF byP
F C Schramm SchrammThe
The socalled cures for indigestion indigestionare
are almost as numerous as the vic victims victhns victhus ¬
thus themselves and scarcely a day dayIHisees dayIms6CS dayPas6es
IHisees without the hopes of thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands of sufferers beings raised by the thediscovery thedi6COery thediscovery
discovery of some novel method of ofire offor ofC
ire C e for this prevalent disease diseaseUntil diseaseUntiI diseaseUntil
Until a combination of unusual unusualremedies unusualremedies unusualremedies
remedies heretofore but little known knownin
in this country was made ma e in Miona Mionatablets 1Iionatablets Mionatablets
tablets no certain cure for indigestion indigestionhad
had been found and it is therefore thereforehardly thereforehar thereforehardly
hardly har 1y to be wondered at that F C CSchramm CSchramm CSehramnt
Schramm who has the Salt Lake Lakeagency Lakeagency Lakeagency
agency for Miona is selling large largeQuantities largeuantiUfIS largeuuantitis
Quantities QuantitiesMiona uuantitisM1ona < < uantiUfISlIiona
Miona is a guaranteed cure for forall foraU forall
all diseases of the stomach excepting exceptingcancer exceptingcancer exceptingcancer
cancer If you have pains or dis distress distress distress
tress after eating headache belching belchingof
of gases sour taste in the mouth mouthdizziness mouthdlzzin mouthizzlnos
dizziness dlzzin izzlnos heartburn spec 3 before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the eyes ey furred tongue sleepless sleeplessness ¬
ness backache debility or weak weakness weakneS weakness ¬
ness it shows that the stomach needs needsto
to be strengthened with Miona MionaJust lIionaJust MionaJust
Just one little tablet out of a 50 cent centbox centbox centbox
box before meals for a few days d ys and andyou andyou andyou
you will soon regain perfect health healthand healthand healthand
and strength Ask F C Schramm to toshow toshow tohow
show yeu i the guarantee under which whichhe whichbe whichhe
he safite this remedy remedyFor remedyFor remedyFor
For sale by F C Schramm Cor Cor1st Cor1st Cor1st
1st South and Main Sts Where the theCars theCars theCars
Cars Jtop Jtopt JtopTRUE StopTRUE
Salt S lf Lake LakeSeclltity LakeSeclltityIN Security SecurityTrust SecurityI
I Trust Co CoIN
f i
the lines li es qfc QK of reform fO and aa also al to to defeat defeatbad defeatI defeatbad
bad measures the National Temper Temperance Temperance Temperance ¬
I ance society soclet the Reform bureau bure u the theW theW theW
W C T U and the AntiSaloon AntiSaloonleague AntiSaloonleague AntiSaloonleague
league leagueTemperance leagueTemperance leagueTemperance
Temperance Bills Before Congress CongressThe
The National Temperance society societyin
in cooperation with other reform reformforces reformforces reformforces
forces is pressing before the country countryand countryand countryand
and before the present congress the thefollowing thefoIIowing thefollowing
following temperance measures s
1 The HepburnDolliver interstate interstateliquor interstateliquor interstateliquor
liquor bill to subject lIquor shipped shippedfrom shippedfrom shippedfrom
from one state to another to the lawof law lawof lawof
of the ptate into which It is shipped shippedas
as soon as it crosses the state line
2 The McCumberSperry bill to toprohibit toprohibit toprohibit
prohibit rumsellingr in all buildings buildingsowned buildingsowned buildingsowned
owned by the United States St tes govern government government governrnent ¬
ment Already congress has passed passedlaws passedlas passedlaws
laws prohibiting the sale of liQuor in inall inall inall
all immigrant stations army buildings buildingsand buildingsand buildingsand
and the capitol building at WasliiiiK WasliiiiKton Washington Vasl ing ington
ton D C The McCumber bill will willstop willstop willstop
stop the sale of liquor in all other otherbuildings otherbuildings otherbuildings
buildings now owned by the govern government government government ¬
ment including all national soldiers soldiershomes soldiershomes soldiershomes
3 The prohibition of the liquor liquortraffic liquortraffic liquortraffic
traffic for at feast twentyone years yearsas
as a condition of statehood for the In Indian Indian Indian ¬
dian Territory Our dealings with the theIndians theIndians theIndians
Indians of our country has been truly trulya
a century of dishonor but to let Okla Oklahoma Oklahoma Okiahoma ¬
homa and the Indian Territory come comeInto comeinto comeinto
Into the union as a state with no o guar guarantee guarantee guarantee ¬
antee of protection to the Indians Indiansagainst Indiansagainst Indiansagainst
against the white mans fire water waterwould waterwould waterwould
would simply mean another century of ofdishonor ofdishonor ofdishonor
dishonor and disaster to the Indians IndiansWork IndiansWork IndiansWork
Work for the Boys
4 A national interstate anticigar anticigarette anticigarette ¬
ette law Cigarettes are doing the theboys theboys theboys
boys of our country under IS years yearsof yearsof yearsof
of age more harm than the saloons saloonsThis saloonsThis saloonsThis
This great national curse must be bestruck bestruck bestruck
struck a national blow by a national nationallaw nationallaw nationallaw
law It can and should be done Sev Several Several Several ¬
eral states have passed Dasse d laws prohibit prohibiting prohibitIng ¬
ing the manufacture and sale of cig cigarettes cigarettes cigarettes ¬
arettes Those states laws ought to tobe tobe I Ibe
be backed up by a national law I
5 A national law to restrict or pro proTiibit proThibit
Tiibit bib it thesale the sale of pateqt medicines con containing containing contaming ¬
taining a large per cent of alcohol
6 A bill to prevent pr vent internal reve revenue revenue revenue ¬ I
nue collectors issuing federal liquor liquortax liquort3 liquortax
tax t3 receipts or licenses in prohibition prohibitionterritory prohibitionterritory prohibitionterritory
territory Whenever the citizens of a atown atown atown
town county or state by a majority majorityvote majorityvote majorityvote
vote declare that they do not want any anysaloons Bnysaloons anysaloons
saloons the United States government governmentought governmentought governmentought
ought not to license an illegal rum rumseller rumseUer rumseller
seller for 25 per year to go in there thereand 1hereand thereand
and sell rum and defy the will of a amajority amajority amajority
majority of the people
7 A bill requiring internal revenue revenuecollectors revenuecoUectors revenuecollectors
collectors to furnish certified copies of offederal offederal offederal
federal liquor tax receipts or licenses licensesto
to anyone requesting them themPlan themPlan themPlan
Plan to Lock Into Things Thingss
8 A bill providing for a national nationalliquor nationalliquor nationalliquor I
liquor commission to make a thorough thoroughinvestigation thoroughinvestigation thoroughInvestIgation
investigation as to the effects of the theliquor theliquor theliquor
liquor traffic on the moral industrial industrialand industrialand Industrialand
and political affairs of the nation
9 A bill to prohibit the sale of ofliquor ofliquor ofliquor
liquor in the District of Columbia ColumbiaCongress ColumbiaCongress ColumbiaCongress
Congress has voted liquor out of the thecapitol thecapitol thecapitol
capitol building
10 The submission by congress to tothe tothe tothe
the various states of the union an anamendment anamendment anamendment
amendment to the United States con constitution constitution constitution ¬
stitution forever prohibiting the manu manufacture manufacture manufadture ¬
facture sale and importation of all allintoxicating 011intoxic allintoxicating
intoxicating intoxic ting liquor in this country countryMr countryMr countryMr
Mr Miller spoke a few minutes at atthe atthe atthe
the morning service of the First Pres Presbyterian Pesbyterian Presbyterian ¬
byterian church alone the same line lineAt lineAt lineAt
At the close of each service he had hada
a petition signed urging the passage passageby passageby passageby
by congress of a national Interstate Interstateanticigarette interstateanticigarette Interstateanticigarette
anticigarette law to back up the state stateanticigarette stateanticigarette stateanticigarette j
anticigarette laws lawsThe lawsThe lawsThe
The speaker commended the work workdone workdone workdone
done by Judge Willis Brown along the theanticigarette theanticigarette theanticigarette
anticigarette work workLOCAL workLOCA workLoCAL
Sheets inquest will be resumed at 2 2oclock 2oclock 2oclock
oclock this afternoon in the office of ofJustice ofJustice ofJustice
Justice of the Peace Dana T Smith The Themembers Themembers Themembers
members of the family will be called and andexamined andexamIned andexamined
examined It is expected that the evi evidence evidence cvidence ¬
dence will be submitted Tuesday to the thejury theJUTYo theury
a special speci l service for visitors and nd tourists touristsin
in the tabernacle yesterday afternoon afternoonOrganist afternoonOrganist afternoonOrganist
Organist J J J 3 McClellan rendered r several severalselections sev several severalselections ral ralselections
selections and Apostle George A Smith Srriithdelivered Smithdelivered Smithdelivered
delivered a brief address on Mormon Mormonism Mormonism MormonIsm
ism Owing to it being a fast day the theusual theusual theusual
usual Sunday services were not held heldTO heldHOW heldS heldHOJ
Father Stark a Paulist Missionary MissionaryTells MissionaryTells NissionaryTells
Tells of His Work Among the theYoung theYoung theYoung
Young of Many Countries CountriesFather CountriesFather CountriesFather
Father Stark of San Francisco de delivered delivered delivered ¬
livered a sermon last night at the St StMarys StMarys StMarys
Marys cathedral on How to Save the theBoys theBoys theBoys
Boys BoysThe BoysThe BoysThe
The American boys he said saidlre are the thebrightest thebrightest thebrightest
brightest He compared themin them In In Intelligence intelligence Intehligence ¬
telligence with boys qf other nationali nationalities nat natlonalities onali onalities ¬
ties saying that their minds were weremuch weremuch weremuch
much more fertile and active The Thetemptations Thetemptations Thetemptations
temptations that the American boys boysare boysare boysare
are subjected to he said were much muchgreater muchgreater muchgreater
greater than in other countries and andthat andthat andthat
that their brightness made these temp temptations temptations temptations ¬
tations more dangerous dangerousDuring dangerousDuring dangerousDuring
During the sermon he related In Instances instances Instances ¬
stances of his work as a missionary missionaryamong missionaryamong missionaryamong
among the Chinese boys in San Fran Francisco Francisco Francisco ¬
cisco and the poorer class of American Americanboys Americanboys Americanboys
boys The greatest temptation he hesaid hesaid hesaId
said was the saloon and in connec connection connection connection ¬
tion said that dissipation was the cause causeof causeof causeof
of the fall of Rome and Greece GreeceHis GreeceHis GreeceHis
His discourse was listened to t by a alarge alarge alarge
large and attentive audience He Hetalked Hetalked Hetalked
talked in a manner that appealed not notonly notonly notonly
only to the parents but to boys who whowere whowere whowere
were present Father Stark Is a guest guestof guestof guestof
of Bishop Scanlan and will remain remainhere remainhere remainhere
here until Tuesday TuesdayNOTICE TuesdayNOTICE TuesdayNOTICE
The Utah board of Dharmacy will willmeet willmeet willmeet
meet in Salt Lake City in office of ofboard ofboard ofboard
board of education for purpose purpose of ex examination cxamination ¬
amination and other business Feb 7 7and 7and
and S All unregistered druggists are arehereby arehereby arehereby
hereby notified to be present for ex examination examination cxamination ¬
C H MCOY Secretary SecretaryCOLD SecretaryCOLD SecretaryCOLD
Omaha Jan 7 7The The coldest weather weatherof
of the winter so far in Omaha was ex experienced pxperienced oxperienced
perienced tonight At midnight the themercury themecury themercury
mercury stood at five degrees above abovezero abovezero abovezero
zero and was still falling fallingThe fallingThe fallingThe
The Grand Masquerade Ball BallGiven BallGiven BallGiven
Given by the R N of A and M W of ofA ofA I
A will WI I I be b eon on Wednesday Jan Tan 10 1906 1906T 19O6Dancing
T Dancing > begins at 830 sharp Bn Bnmaslo Unmas n nmask
mask mas at a t 1030 Prizes willbe w will l be given givenCostumerat givenCostumer givenCQstt 1
Costumer CQstt iie r at tt hall
Tricks Employed by the WelltoDo WelltoDoto
to Beat the Street Car CarCompany CarCompany CarCompany
Company CompanyWOMEN CompanyWOMENh CompanyWOMENARE
Hm This is the th fourth one to today today today ¬
day said the car conductor as he hediscovered hediscovered hediscovered
discovered a Canadian quarter in the thehandful thehandful thehandful
handful of small coins he had just justcollected justcoIIected justcollected
collected from a score of passengers passengersNow passengersNow passengersNow
Now from whom do you suppose I Igot Igot Igot
got this quarter You cant guess I Ithought Ithought Ithought
thought not You see that finely
dressed woman wom n sitting in front of the thestove thestove thestove
stove Nooo I dont want to in insinuate insinuate Insinuate ¬
sinuate that she is not honest but in intwenty intwenty Intwenty
twenty years service as a conductor conductora
a man makes some s II e startling dis discoveries discoveries discoverles ¬
coveries Ive learned that people peopleshow peopleshow peopleshow
show peculiar traits when patroniz patronizing patronizing patronizlug ¬
ing street cars Now that woman womanstunning woman womanstunning womanstunning
stunning in furs and satins does not notlook notlook notlook
look like a person to whom five cents centsis
is a fortune does d s she But you youShould youJiliould youhould
Should have seenthe seen the relieved expres expression expreesion expression ¬
sion that crossed her face when I ac accepted accepted accepted ¬
cepted this quarter and > dropped it itinto itinto itInto
into my pocket without noticing it itThis itThis itThis
This quarter T as passed upon her this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning probably Ill bet she has haswaited haswaited haswaited
waited until she inet et an unsuspecting unsuspectingcar
car conductor to whom she could couldhand couldhand couldhand
hand it She no doubt believed it itwould itwould itwould
would not be accepted by a merchant merchanthence merchanthence merchanthence
hence her desire to pay her fare with withHow withit
How Mr Slyness Works It ItIm ItIm ItIm
Im doing the woman an injustice injusticeWhen injusticeWhen injusticeWhen
When youve been a conductor as long longas longas longas
as I have you will have learned that thatmen thatmen thatmen
men and women who possess fortunes fortuneswill fortunes1will fortuneswill
will resort to ridiculous tricks to es escape escape escape
cape the payment of their fares faresThere faresThere faresThere
There is one old man who has lived livedin Uvedin livedin
in Salt Lake for years This fellow fellowhas fellowhas fellowhas
has retired with considerable money moneyHe moneyHe
He attends the ball games during the thesummer thesummer
summer summ r season and thinks nothing nothingof
of losing a wad on the results of a agame agame agame
game He devotes frnuch thinking to tocar tocar tocar
car fares or to be plain to the meth methods methods methods ¬
ods of how not to pay car fares His Hishome Hishome Hishome
home is a few blocks from one of the theprincipal theprincipal theprincipal
principal streetsof streets of tL3 tI tL city and a ashort ashort ashort
short distance from the theba ba grounds groundsThe groundsThe groundsThe
The cars are crowded after the thegames thegames thegames
games Mr Slyness gets on the rear rearplatform rearplatform rearplatform
platform of the car By the time the theconductor theconductor theconductor
conductor has made his collection collectionthrough collectionthrough collectionthrough
through the car Mr Slyness is nearly nearlyhome nearlYhome nearlyhome
home He hands the conductor a atransfer atransfer atransfer
transfer issued days before and then thengood thelJgood thengood
good upon some other line entirely entirelyIf
If the conductor discovers this a de debate debate debate
bate ensues ensues Mr Slyness Slyne s gets angry angryand angryand angryand
and dares the conductor conduct to put him himoff himoff himoff
off The conductor takes the dare dareand dareand dareand
and off goes Mr Slyness This name nameis nameis nameis
is fictitious understand When the thej thecar
car c r i stopped Mr Slyness has but a afew afew afew
few rods to walk alk before reaching reachinghis
his home Laughing at his cleverness clevernesshe
he sits in his home a moment later as asproud asproud asproud
proud of himself as if he had just justmade justmade justmade
made a corner in wheat Why not notHadnt notHadnt notHadnt
Hadnt he just saved five fiv cents centsHow centsHow centsHow
How Men Get the Habit HabitMen Habit1en HabitMen
Men 1en who never think of having havingtheir havingtheir havingtheir
their shoes shined without giving the thebootblack thebootblack thebootblack
bootblack an extra ten cents as a tip tipfall tipfall tipfall
fall victims to tne neverpayacar neverpayacarfare
fare habit I saw aw this happen on a aFirst aFirst airst
First irst street car A welldressed man manhad manhad manhad
had just taken a seat when he hap happened happened happened ¬
pened to notice a car ticket lying be beneath beneath beneath ¬
neath the seat in front of him himslid He Heslid H Hslid
slid his foot over it cautiously After Afterlooking Afterlooking Afterlooking
looking around the car carefully to toassure toassure toassure
assure himself that he wasnt being beingwatched beingwatched beingwatched
watched he reached down and pickedthe picked pickedthe pickedthe
the fare from the floor A moment momentlater momentlater momentlater
later the conductor got the yellow yellowstrip yeIlowstrip yellowstrip
strip of paper as payment for the fel fellows 1e11s fellpws ¬
lows 1s > ws ride No We seldom say any anything anything anything ¬
thing to those tho indulging in these thesepetty thesepetty thesepetty
petty tricks Its hardly worth while whileto
to make a scene over a nickel nickelPut nickelPut nickelPut
Put Women Off the Car CarWomen CarWomen CarWomen
Women are the easiest victims to tothe tothe tothe
the habit I have been duped more morethan morethan morethan
than once by an elegantly dressed dressedwoman dressedwoman dressedwoman
woman Duped with my eyes wide wideopen wideopen wideopen
open but who wants to argue with a awoman awoman awoman
woman Once and only once I Istopped Istopped IStopped
stopped my car and put a woman womhn off offonto offonto offonto
onto the street I was working on the theCalders theCalders theCalders
Calders Park line One sultry sum summer summer summer ¬
mer afternoon a woman w man rendered des desperate desperate desperate ¬
perate by the suns scotching rays raysand raysand raysand
and her 250 pounds of largeness got gotonto gotonto gotonto
onto the car followed by eight small smallchildren smaIlchildren smallchildren
children No she was not the woman womanwhat womanwho womanwho
who answered the conductors Are Arethese Arethese < re rethese
these children yours maam or is this thisa
a picnic with a frigid These is my mykids mnykids mykids
kids mister and it aint no picnic picnicShe pIcnicShe picnicShe
She fell into a seat surrounded by bythose bythosj bythose
those eight chattering children childrenWhen childrenVhen childrenWhen
When I asked her for fares she shehanded shehanded shehanded
handed me a nickel nickelone one lone nickel nickelRaising nickelRaising nickelRaising
Raising my voice so it could be heard heardabove heardabove heardabove
above the noise made by those eight eightyoungsters eightyoungsters eightyoungsters
youngsters I told the woman that thatfive thatfive thatfive
five cents would not pay for the eight eightchildren eightchildren eightchildren
children and herself herselfTheyre herselfTheYie herselfTheyre
Theyre all under 5 she snapped snappedangrily snappedangrily snappedangrily
angrily I had sized them up care carefully carefully carefuUy ¬
fully and saw that the youngest one oneof oneof oneof
of them was on the wrong side of ten tenI
I said I would give her the benefit of ofa ofa ofa
a doubt and let the bunch ride for 25 25cents 25cents 25cents
cents centsBrute
4 Brute BruteP she hjssed Do you rou dare darecall darecall darecall
call me a liar I was waS wasPas as polite as a ahuman ahuman ahuman
human being can beunder be under similar cir circumstances circumstances circumstances ¬
cumstances but insisted that she shewould shewould
would have to pay more than a nickel nickelfor nickelfor nickelfor
for the children she he had with her herShe herShe herShe
She was as firm in iI her refusal to pay payanother payanother payanother
another cent ent to th tha horrid car com company company company ¬
pany which heaven knows was rich richer richer richer ¬
er than she would ever be etc etc etcSeeing etcSeeing etcSeeing
Seeing that politeness would be beunavailing beunava beunavailing
unavailing unava ling I rang the bell stopped stoppedthe stoppedthe stoppedthe
the car and put her and her eight eightcharges eightcharges eightcharges
charges still chattering on terra terrafirma terrafirma terrafirma
firma As the car left them standing standingthere standingth standingthere
there th re on the tpe corner < the woman womanshrieked womanshrieked womanshrieked
shrieked Monster Beast We Ve rode rodefor rodetor rodefor
for three blocks on a nickel anyhow anyhowWill anyhowWill anyhowWill
Will you believe me when I tell tellyou teIlyou tellyou
you that I learned afterwards that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she was a Sunday school s ho ol teacher and andthe andHie andthe
the eight noisy youngsters were mem members members members ¬
bers of her class whi5h whi h she was es escorting escorting escorting ¬
corting to the park on op a picnic excur excursion excursion excurs1on ¬
Soldbnlyby Soldonl Sold onlyby by Citizens Cltl en Coal oal companyRemoved companyRemoved company oDtpan1Removed
Removed to to153SYain 153 S7Maih 5 MaIn Phoneys Phone 49 49c 49i
Colored Preacher Prea h r Exhorts hots Sinners Sinnersto S ers ersto
to Repent RepentandThat RepentandThatQUickly and That ThatQuickly ThatQuickly
Quickly QuicklyIS QUicklyIS
Rev W H V B Taylor colored of ofButte ofButte ofButte
Butte Mont opened a series of re revival revival revival ¬
vival meetings m etings at the Calvary Baptist Baptistchurch Baptistchurch Baptistchurch
church last night Mr Taylor has a asouthern asouthern aouthern
southern dialect di lcct and a disregard of ofgrammar ofgrammar ofgrammar
grammar that would put a minstrel minstrelshow minstrelshow minstrelshow
show to the blush and a campmeeting campmeetingvoice
voice calculated to inspire terror in the theheart theheart theheart
heart of the most hardened sinner or orvacillating orvacillating orvacillating
vacillating backslid tr His sermon last lastnight lastnight latnight
night was a curious mixture of epi epigrammatic epigrammatic epigrammatic ¬
grammatic and original Interpretation Interpretationof
of the scriptures and a roofraising ap appeal appeal appeal ¬
peal to sinners to repent before It ltwas ltwaseverlastingly was waseverlastingly waseverlastingly
everlastingly too late lateMr lateMr
Mr Taylor began at the beginning beginningwith beginningwith beginningwith
with the creation of the world and in inhis inhis Inhis
his own phrasing told of the fall of ofAdam ofAdam ofAdam
Adam and Eve EveGod EveGod EveGod
God done told Adam he explained explainedthat explainedthat explainedthat
that the whole world was hisn cept ceptone ceptone ceptone
one measly little pitiful tree Eve the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman God put with Adam overheerd overheerdGod overheerdGod overheerdGod
God talkin to Adam and she just justnaterly justnaterly justnaterly
naterly wanted to taste of the fruit of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that tree Wimen is naterly meddle meddlesome meddlesome meddlesome ¬
some critters anyhow If Eve had jes jesleft jesleft jesleft
left Adam to hisself Adamd been in inthe inthe Inthe
the Garden of Eden yet yetSome yetome yetSome
Some ome Folks Religion ReligionProm ReligionFrom ReligionFrom
From a lucid description of what hap happened h happened ap appened ¬
pened after Adam and Eve had par partaken partaken partaken
taken of the forbidden fruit Mr Tay Taylor Taylor Taybr ¬
lor sketched the plan of redemption redemptionand
and appealed to his hearers to embrace embracereligion embracereUglon embraceelIgion
religion Then he took a shot at hypo hypocrites hypocrites hypocrites ¬
Some folks that thinks theyse theyseChristians theyseChristians theyseChristians
Christians he explained only has hasreligion hasreUgion hasreligion
religion on Sundays and I wants to tell tellyou tellf tell3ou
you f > u my brethren and sisters that sich sichreligion sichreligion sichreligion
religion is only good enough to go to tohell tohe11 tohell
hell with It aint fit for nothin else elsenohow elsenohow elsenohow
nohow nohowSpeaking nohowSpeaking nohowSpeaking
Speaking of the difficulties difficulties which whichconfront whichconfront whichconfront
confront those who seek religion the thepreacher thepreacher thepreacher
preacher said saidIf i iIf tIt
If gettin religion was hard h rd work worklike worklike York Yorklike
like pullin down this big temple up the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street or diggin way down deep into intothe intothe intothe
the ground everybodyd be after it itBut itBut ItBut
But its because Its so easy that people peopledont peopledont peopledont
dont find it If Id a been God No NoI
I wont say that if Id a been God GodId GodId GodId
Id a done jes as he did But if God Godhad Godhad Godhad
had a been me hed a made It as ashard ashard ashard
hard to get religion as It is to climb a atree atree atree
tree treeSome
Some people pe ple say Well if religions religionslike religionslike religionslike
like what SoandSos s got I dont dontwant dontwantit want wantit
it I know theres lots 0 people here herethats herethats herethats
thats said that I know it as well as asthough asthough asthough
though Id wheeled the mud to make makeyou makeyou makeyou
you Dont tell me I know you sin sinners sinners sinners ¬
ners Well any kind o religions bet bettern better bettern
tern ter n what you got cause you aint aintgot aintgot aintgot
got none at all hItThe allThe allThe
The Psalmists Joy JoyDavid JoyDavid JoyDavid
David said his cup o joy was over overflowin overfiowin overfiowin
fiowin and that because he loved the theLord theLord theLord
Lord the Lord was keepin keep in It full and andoverflowin andoverflow andoverfiowin
overflow In Some people that thinks thinkstheyse thhlkstheyse thinkstheyse
theyse Christians aint got no cup or orif orif orIf
if they has its got a hole in jt jtIm it itIm itIm
Im glad there is a devel in hell Re Religion ReUgion Religion ¬
ligion is sich that anybody that wants wantsit
it it can git it itmy my brethren and Im glad gladthat gladthat gladthat
that them that rejects it will go to hell hellbecause hellbecause hellbecause
because I dont want them mussing up
Gods heaven heavenMr heaven1r heavenI1r
Mr Taylor closed with a fervid ex exhortation exhortation exhortation ¬
hortation for sinners to repent repentTheyse repentTheyse repentTheyse
Theyse three kinds 0 people he heelucidated heelucidated heelucidated
elucidated Theyse Christians and andtheyse andtheyse andtheyse
theyse backsliders and theyse sinners sinnersAnybody sinnersAnybody sinnersAnybody
Anybody that aint one or tother aint aintnothinV aintnothin aintnothin
nothinV nothinVAn nothin nothinAn nothinAn
An appeal for sinners who wish ish to tobe tobe tobe
be prayed for resulted in three hands handsbeing handsbeing handsbeing
being raised raisedPreacher raisedPreacher raisedPreacher
Preacher Appeals for Cash CashRev CashRev CashRev
Rev Lee A Brown pastor of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church who is something on dialect dialecthimself dialecthimseIt dialecthimself
himself made a few remarks in clos closing closIng cbsIng ¬
ing the meeting He appealed for cash cashThis cashThis cashThis
This brudder is here he said re referring referring referring ¬
ferring to Mr Taylor in direct answer answerto
to prayer But you kin see for your yourself yourself yourself ¬
self that hes a big tall man and he hejes hejes hejes
jes naterly mus eat So were going goingto
to take up a collection and you what whataint whataint whataint
aint got any money can brIng some sometomorrow sometomorrow sometomorrow
tomorrow night nightIve nightIve nightIve
Ive prayed fer a spiritool awaken awakenin
in in this church I aint much on onpreachin onpreachin onpreachin
preachin myself and I never was wasgood wasgood wasgood
good at evangellstlcism Besides the thereglar theregIar thereglar
reglar pastor pastorafnt aint the proper person personto
to start a revival He done knows all allthe allthe allthe
the congregation and If he gits to hit hittin hittin hittin
tin out strong at sin people thinks thinkshes thinkshes thinkshes
hes hittin at them an usin what he heknows heknows heknows
knows to deal in pussonalities and then thentheyse thentheyse thentheyse
theyse trouble In the church churchBrudder churchBrudder churchBrudder
Brudder Taylors a good preacher preacherAnother preacherAnother preacherAnother
Another preacher asked me once if he hewas hewas hewas
was as good a preacher as Brudder BrudderTaylor BrudderTaylor BrudderTaylor
Taylor You know I speaks out whats whatsin whatsi11
in 1 my mind and I jes naterly tor Jiim Jiimhe Jilmhe 1im 1imhe
he couldnt hoi a light to Brudder Tay Taylor Taylor Taybr ¬
lor I spoke out real authentic like likeThere likeThere likeThere
There will be revival services at the thesame thesame thesame
same place tonight The church is on onSecond onSecond onSecond
Second South near Fifth East street streetProf streetProf streetProf
Prof Fredric A Metcalf MetcalfPrincipal MetcalfPrincipal MetcalfPrincipal
Principal of oratory In the Pierpont PierpontSchool PIerpontSchool PierpontSchool
School of Oratory and Physical Cul Culture Culture Culture ¬
ture will open the following fOlIpWIng new newclasses newclasses newclasses
classes classesOratory classesOratoq classes0rator
Oratory and an expression for ladies and andgentlemen andgentlemen andgent1emn
gentlemen Wednesday night Jan 10 10at 10at 10at
at 8 Io oclock o lock Meets every Wednesday Wednesdaynight
night rilghUOratory nightOratory night nightOratory
Oratory and expression for ladies ladiesWednesday ladiesWednesday ladiesWednesday
Wednesday afternoon Jan 10 at 4 4oclock 4oclock 4oclock
oclock Meets Wednesday and Friday Fridayafternoons Fridayafternoons Fridayafternoons
afternoons at 4 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The work will consist of exercises for forcorrect forcorrect forcorrect
correct breathing chest expansion expansionbreath expansionbreath expansionbreath
breath control voice production artic articulation articulation articulatlon ¬
ulation freedom variety volume and andmusical andmusical andmusical
musical expressiveness in voice prin principles principles principles ¬
ciples of oral expression gesture drill drillexpressive drillexpressive drillexpressive
expressive reading and reciting which whichincludes whichincludes whichIncludes
includes reciting selections from the thebest thebest thebest
best authors covering the fundamental fundamentalprinciples fundamentalprinciples fundamentalprinciples
principles of oral expression and fur furnishing furnishing furfishing ¬
nishing excellent training for mind mindvoice mindvoice mindvoice
voice arid body bodyPersonal bodyPersonal bodyPersonal
Personal drill and suggestion for forhome forhome forhome
home practice practiceThese practiceThese practiceThese
These courses cours s will be of the most mostpractical mostpractical mostpractical
practical kind and of benefit to those thoseseeking thoseseeking thoseseeklng
seeking personal culture as < well as a to toprofessional toprofeBSionsl toprofessional
professional people peopleFree peopleFree peopleFree
Free open lessons Wednesday Jan
10 at the above hours in the Pierpont Pierpontstudio Pierp n nstudio nt ntstudio
studio 612613620 Templeton buildlng buiIlln buiIllnCome
Come C me and bring your friends >
Is an event which happens only once in a great while which whi halways halwaysproves always alwaysproves alwaysproves
proves of more than ordinary interest terest to the buying public ALL THIS THISSEASON5 TillSSEASON THISSEASON
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A bureau of information as a gen general general general ¬
eral thing can give a person any anyknowledge anyknowledge anyknowledge
knowledge on almost any subject but butthe butthe butthe
the other evening several persons in inSalt inSalt inSalt
Salt Lake who are supposed to know knowwere knowWere knowwere
were up against a request for infor information information informatlon ¬
mation that still has them guessing guessingCentral guessingCentral guessingCentral
Central was the first one to get it itA itA itA
A female voice inquired what time the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train left over the San Pedro for Col Colton Colton Colton
ton Utah Central thought hard re referred referred referred ¬
ferred to several time tables and fin finally finally finally ¬
ally gave it up and connected the theaforementioned theaforementioned theaforementioned
aforementioned female voice with the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train dispatcher of the San Pedro Pedroroad Pedroroad Pedroroad
road This official thought a moment momentand momentand momentand
and then said the only Colton he knew knewof knewof knewof
of on the San Pedro was near River Riverside Riverside Riverside ¬
side California He was told that this thisparticular thisparticular thisparticular
particular Colton was not the one onewanted onewanted onewanted
wanted and that the Colton in ques question question question ¬
tion was on the San Pedro in n Sanpete Sanpetecountv Sanpetecounty Sanpetecounty
county Utah UtahThe UtahThe UtahThe
The train dispatcher gave it up upand upand upand
and referred the now anxious female femaleflbice femaleiC femaleicd
flbice iC icd to the traveling passenger agent agentFancies agentTHEOLOGICAL agentTHEOLOGICAL
Fancies That Many in AllTimes AllTimesHave All Times TimesHave TimesHave
Have Mistaken for Re Religion ReI
I ligion ligionOLDIDEAS ligionOlDIDEAS ligionOLDlDEASPASS
At the services servicesof of the First Unitarian Unitariansociety Unitariansociety Unitariansociety
society yesterday at Unity hall Jo Joseph Joseph Joseph ¬
seph E Poll sang a tenor solo and andUnity andUnity andUnity
Unity quartette an anthem Theologi Theological ¬
cal Air Castles was the theme of Rev RevFrank R RevPrank v vFrank
Frank Fay Eddys discourse discourseThe discourseThe discourseThe
The sermon sermon may be summarized as asfollows asfoHows asfollows
follows Ideas are Intangible but have havemore havemore havemore
more than anything else of earthly earthlyorigin earthlyorigin earthlyorigin
origin a continuing life We draw drawaround drawaround drawaround
around ourselves a circle ci e of Ideas or orbuild orbuild orbuild
build a kind of an air castle for our ourmental Ourmental ur urmental
mental habitation The theological air aircastles aircastles aircastles
castles men have created are the par particular narticular particular ¬
ticular theme of this sermon These Theselike Theselike Theselike
like the houses hous built upon the earth earthare earthare earthare
are uninhabited and inhabited As in instances instances instances ¬
stances of theological air castles no nolonger nolonger nolonger
longer inhabited vanished Religious Religioussystems religioussystems e1igioussystems
systems of Nineveh and Babylon and andof andof andof
of the Aztec civilization of Mexico were werementioned werementioned werementioned
mentioned and also the gods of Greece Greecewhich Greecewhich Greecewhich
which live in literature but not in inheart Inheartbeats inheart
heart heartbeats beats beatsAs beatsAs t tAs
As theological air aircast castles es which which are arestill orestill re restin
still inhabited the ancestral ancestralrites > lit rites s of ofJ
These suits comprise the th thwest newest nov novelties novelties novelties ¬
elties in in double breasted Norfolk Norfolklba Norfolklbanew the thenew Thenew
new belted Buddy Tucker T Buster Bust i
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of the San Pedro who he said might mightbe mightbe mightbe
be able to locate the missing town as asthe asthe asthe
the time card did not show such a aplace aplacc aplace
place placeThe placcThe placeThe
The traveling passenger agent was wasvery wasvery wasvery
very polite about it but insisted that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the San Pedro did not travel near or orthrough orthrough orthrough
through such a place The female femalevoice femalevoice femalevoice
voice was still obdurate and insisted insistedthat insistedthat insistedthat
that it did claiming that she had left leftthere leftthere leftthere
there for Salt Lake not over a week weekbefore weelebefore weekbefore
before and had traveled over the San SanPedro SanPedro SanPedro
Pedro and that she now wanted to go gohome gohome gohome
home homeThe homeThe homeThe
The railroad man asked her to read readher readher readherb
her return trip ticket over and let him himknow himknow himknow
know what hat it said A moment later latervoice a avoice t tvoice
voice over the telephone explained explainedOh
Oh the ticke reads Rio Grande I Iguess Iguess Iguess
guess I must be wrong wrongI
I guess so replied tie railroad railroadman railroadman railroadman
man And say Colton Utah Is s in inUtah inUtah inUtah
Utah county not Sanpet SanpeteThe SanpetThe SanpetThe
The female voce in question be belonged belonged belonged ¬
longed to a school teacher who was wasattending wasattending wasattending
attending the state convention from a atown atown atown
town not so many miles from Colton ColtonChina ColtonChina ColtonChina
China and the similar Shintoism of ofJapan ofJapan ofJapan
Japan were spoken of Judaism was wasreferred wasreferred wasreferred
referred to as a remarkable instance of ofpersistent ofpersistent ofpersistent
persistent thought an air castle still stilla
a refuge to scattered millions Then Thena
a more particular consideration of or orthodox orthodox orthodox ¬
thodox Christianity was given This tfhistoo Thistoo his histoo
too is a house of ideas inhabited by bymillions bymillions bymillions
millions but is no different in origin originor
or sanctity from the other theological theologicalair
air castles mentioned mentionedIn
In conclusion Mr Eddysaid EddysaidO Eddy said
0 wonderful mii mifld d of man To itself itselfan itselfan itselfan
an enigma andever and ever fashioning for foritself foritself foritself
itself new worlds and twisting old puz puzzies puzzies puszies
zies into new forms No more in re religion religion rehigion ¬
ligion than anywhere else is it its des destiny destiny destiny ¬
tiny to remain satisfied and question questionless questionless questionless ¬
less Why should we content ourselves ourselvesin s sin
in the old air castles Why try to toperpetuate toperpetuate toperpetuate
perpetuate the Jewish Yahweh Why Whytry Whytry Whytry
try to segregate the little fragment of ofliterature ofliterature ofliterature
literature contained in the Bible and andlabel andlab andlabpl
label lab labpl l it sacred Why accept that cu curious curio curios ¬
rios rio s combination of the logos l gos Idea of ofthej ofthe oftheAlexandrians
thej the theAlexandrians Alexandrians A and the theTewish Jewish idea ideaqf ideaQf ideacif
qf acrifice that is the doctrine of vi vicarious vicari vicari3us ¬
carious cari cari3us us atonement in Christianity ChristianityWhat ChristianityWhft ChristianityWhtt
What are they but shadow forms forms Im Impermanent imper Imperinanent ¬
permanent per anent ideas ideasHave ideasave ideaslave
Whft Have ave no fear because the minds of ofmeri ofme ofmer
meri me are leaving this theological air aircasne aircas aircasele
casne cas casele Je We are outgrowing this phase phaseof
of fjiith we must have new concepts conceptsIt
It tias h s taken us a long while to get setaway getawaY getawar
away awaY from the geocentric concootion concootionof cona con Dtlon Dtlonot ptIonof
of things and the little idea of God Godthat Godthat Godthat
that went with with it At last we are be beginning beginning beginning ¬
ginning to realize what It means to tolive tolive tolive
live in a universe and our Godmust Godmustgrow God must mustgrow mustgrow
grow to satisfy our minds and all ex expressipns expressipns X XDressions
pressipns of our religious impulses impulsesmust imDulsesinust impulsesmust
must sound a more universal note noteTherefore noteTherefore noteThere
Therefore There ore we are deserting the old oldsystenps oldsysteiis ld ldsyste
systenps syste s of religious thought that I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have t called C x theological air castles castlesThey catlesThey castlesThey
They pad iad a natural place in the past pastthey pastthey pastthey
they s still ill have inhabitants in the pres present present prosent ¬
ent but bpt to the future 1 dqubt if they theywill theywill theywill
will be l more than the deserted air aircastles aircastles aircastles
castles of religious thought thoughtWehave fuouJhtWe thoughtWe
Wehave We have apparently arrived at the theend theend theend
end of an a n epoch eD OCh in religious relrg io us history historyand h historyand istoryand
and the th time has arrived when think thinking thinking ¬
ing men me meii are constrained to build for forthemselves torthemselves forthems
themselves thems lyes a more m re sriacious s sti cious house of ofideas ofideas ofideas
ideas fcjria f1r 9rahabitatiori a habitation of faith The Thej Thej
j j
Dr Jekyll possessing np pOsessiIal1 s9i S rsll P the manly
virtues that thaeJ1 TBstfer fl1fertLcui > 1fenrL JjQulg u6 Stevenson Stevensonwas Stevensrwas
was able to tog1v give li1raVw ll1iJi vs s flesh and
blood to those who whovislted visited the Grand
theatre last night A darkening of
the stage the buzzing of the calcium calciumand calciumand calciumand
and there crawled cra vled the hideous loath loathsome loathsome loathsome ¬
some hissing Mr Hyde The change changewas changfwas chaigcwas
was made several seve l times tim during thf thfeffect thaction th thaction
action of the P l apqJ1t5 alhad4ie 4J1e desired desirpdeffect desiredeffect
effect each time ui tim f Theo Lorch vh whl whlplays whplays vhplays
plays the title role rQI or rples Ies in Dr
Jekyll and Mr Hyde Hy e now the at ¬
traction at the Grand makes the thechange thechange thechance
change from the handsome deep dpp dppvoIced
voiced Jekyll to the miserable shriek shrieking shrieking shriekIng ¬
ing Hyde in a manner that elicited elicitedapplause eIicitel1applause elicitedapplause
applause from the large audience audiencepresent audipncfpresent audiencepresent
present at the opening performance performanceof
of the dramatization of Stevensons
famous novel at the th > Grand last even ¬
ing ingMiss
Miss Rita W
Harlan makes an ac acceptable aeceptable a aceptable
ceptable Alice David Rivers as th <
Irish policeman furnished sufficient sufficle
fun to lighten the general ghastlines ghastlinesof gh stllne stllneof
of the play Itself Rivers made a acided acided dJ dJcided
cided hit The other roles were weregood iu iugood Lgood
good hands handsDr handsDr handsDr
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyd E Yde e M is billfl billflfor billflfor billtLfor
for the Grand until W Wnelay We neflflay netJ a The Theproduction Th Thproduction Theproduction
production mesrits good houses housesThe hOUse8The housesThe
The new bill at the Orpheum which whichcommences whichcommences whichcommences
commences tonight has been changf changplin l lin
in one turn Yesterday a dispat t f h hwas hwas iiwas
was received that BeUclaire Broth Brothers Brot Brothers h hers ¬
ers physical culture experts would wouldarrive wouldarrive wouldarrive
arrive In time for the thppening ppening Ac Accordingly Accordingly Accordingly ¬
cordingly this act wlfp wfll VI be substitute substitutelfor 1 1for
for that of Emmilie Lucifer the danc dancing danCing darning ¬
ing girl The toplirief this week will willbe willbe willbe
be Al A Hazzard whU has a great reat rep reputation rerutatfon rolutation ¬
utation in the east and Europe as a aventriloquist c1 c1ventriloquist aventriloquist
ventriloquist The advance sale foi foitomorrows fo fotomorrows f ftomorrows
tomorrows matinee Is already heavy heav heavThe hcavThe
The Broadway Broadw y Gaiety Girls enter entertained ent enttitamed < f ftained ¬
tained a large audience audien e atthe t the Lyric Lyriclast L Lyriclast Tk Tklast
last evening evening1Miss eveningMiss eveningMiss
Miss Pierce Invites Ladies LadiesMiss L LadiesMiss ies iesMiss
Miss Burkella Pierce will give a ler lerture le letureof 1eture
ture tureof of vital Ital importance importancetQ tf ladies in hpr hprstudio hf hrstudio > r rstudIo
studio 612 6l Templeton building bu1 din g at atoclock 3 3oclock 1oclock
oclock Tuesday Doors close promptly promptlyat prompt I Iat
at 31S 3 31 i Adinissipn dmission free freeI freeIf j jIf
n I
If t you jyo wish wish a good dinner lnn u go to the theManitou th thManitou theManltou
Manitou hotel 6 to 730 p m mIIS mito mAIR
ito itott
To heat your houses jrejith th this cold colds coldrcather
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A new n w v t te tin nt of dancing dan 1ng lessons will willcommence iH iHcommeD iTIcominene
commence Jilonday JfondayJan Jan 8 Children at
4 adult a uttbegi beginners n er mao 30t and andaduIts adults ad advanced a1vanced aivancec ¬
vanced vancec at it tg30 S30 p 1 > m innoblest r rnoblest >
noblest personalities otmodern of modern life can canfind canfind canfind
find little spiritual sDirl aJ satisfaction satl satsfacon 1ca n In th thto tha thaiJ1 thijl
iJ1 as4 iJi f or oTthp1d hP 4iijhen > fr hen they theyprof theyprofess
prof profess ss norifir flOr it nQ the f fof fa faof
of their fathe fathersthey t11ey 1WJwsefar lwse far aeM a et l lto
to satisfy the spirituals sDiritua cravings era vings of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their natures It is difficult to say ay
just what theological reconstruction reconstructionwill reconstru in inwill
will take place but certainly the deep d dphunger > l
hurig hunger r is for a aith i W1 tiincIU5ive tiincIU5iveof I inclusive inclusiveof
of aU that t is rtl a fio1versaL

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