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THE STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY MARCH 29 1909 V
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STANDARD TELEPHONES
EDITORIAL ROOMS
Ind Phone two rlngu No 68
BcM Phone two rlngaNo 56
BUSINESS OFFICE
Ind Phone ono rln jNo 56
Bell Phons one ringNo 55
RANDOM
REfERENCES
George W Driver returned from
southern California last evening alior
T a weeks visit there
STORAGE ar rcaoojQOiti ratofl In
good brick building If you nood any
rcoro consult John Scowcroft Son3
Company
Mitch Arranged for Nelson Bat
tling Nolson announced last night that
a match had been arranged for him on
April 3 In New York Hin opponent
will bo picked from Packey IMcFar
and Freddlo Walsh or Owen Moran
AMBLERS COUGH syrup IB tbo
boat
Mormon Converts en Route South
A company of seventy converts to
the Mormon church will pass through
Ogden today on their way from Now
York to SnIt Lake and other southern
points In Utah
Kodak Finishing Trlpp Studio 310 25th
Small FIre Was of Incendiary Ori
gin A small fire of Incendiary origin
occurred last evening at the rear ol
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i AT THE GlOBE j
± The Public Please Take No f
t tice From this time ar I
+ double change of program f I
J Every Week Tuesdays and J
T Saturdays jl
T You can be assured of tho X
JL host possible entertainment 1
Y twice each week In a large J
x fireproof wellventilated house t
+ Only one more night io see 2
± THE RETURN OF t
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T and several additional new feat 1C
31 uros of exceptional merit j
T DONT FORGET those nice 1
A China Pieces for the Ladles V
T at Wednesday Matinee
J GLOBE THEATRE f
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I EYE SYMPTOMS I
Do you have headaches
Do your eyes water
Do they ache
Does print nin together
Do things appear double
Do things become dim or
swim
Do your eyes tire after
rending awhile
Does a bright light pain
them
Arc jour eyes Inflamed
Glasses are the only per
manent relief
J T RUSHMER Optician
INCUBATORS
AND
BROODERS
Come in and allow me to domon
Etrato the good qualities of the Mandy
Leo Incubators and brooders to you
I can convince you that they are tho
best for the price
SEEDS
Wo have the largest most complete
and because wo eell more than any
other house we Also have the fresh
est and most reliable seeds to bo had
CHAS F GROUT
252 Twentyfourth Street
If s the
Riverdale
High Patent
Flour
thpt is the
Best
L1
You Use
PEERYS
CRESCENT FLOUR for your
baking the RESULT IB the SAMEI
Two and two always make four be
cause tho value of two never changes
Its the same with PeeryB Crescent
Flour
PlourTheres
Theres always the SAMT3 VALUE
the Btnno quality the same goodness
3hlch cannot fall to produco tho best
oread baked
jouvo over i
Order a sack at your grocers thin
Yieck t
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tho building occupied by the Bram
well Grocery company Fire Depart
ment No 1 was called to the scene
and soon had tho fire extinguished No
damage was done
Advertisers inuBtnnvo tnclr copy for
tie Evening Standard tho ovenlng bo
foro tho day on which tho advertise
n ent IB to nppcar In order to Insuro
publication
To Meet Son and WlfcT C Van
gundy a business man of Provo was
nn Ogden visitor yesterday to meet
bin son and wife who were on their
way from Cheyenne Wyoming to
Dlaclcfoot Idaho
COALRock Springs Castle Gato
nnd Clear Craok Gllletto Coal Co
153 West 27th St Phonca 1074
Appeared Before Sunday School
UnionProfessor William M McKon
thick was at Pocatello the latter part
of last week whero ho appeared he
fore the Sunday school union of that
city In an address on educational mat
ters He spent yesterday at Provo
WANTED Fifty good pianists to
study the Effa Ellrs system for teach
er Good positions In September For
particulars inquire of Marilla Hunter
224S Quincy Avo Ogdon or Fred C
Graham 65 Main Street Salt Lake
City
CityTo
To Establish Business In Salt Lake
Joseph Decker nnd W G Patrick
who have boon associated with the
Scowcroft Sons company have sev
ered their relationship with that firm
and will enter Into business In Salt
Lake The gentlemen are organizing
a jobbing firm In Salt Lako that will
be capitalized for 200000 the pur
pose of the firm being the handling ot
dry goods and notions Including
ladies and gentlemens furnishings
Mr Decker has been associated with
tho Scowcroft company for sixteen
years while Mr Patrick has been
with them for about four years They
arc both well known In this city
I That Good Coal2UOO pounds to
a ton Rock Springs Clear Creek and
Castle Gate Bamberger Ogden Coal
Co 3121 Washington avenue Both
phones 2000
Child Culture ClubThe Child Cul
ture club met Tuesday afternoon with
Mrs Annie Lindsay Arrangements
were completed for the open mooting
to ho held Tuesday March 30th un
der tho auspices of tho Federated
clubs of Ogden at tho home of lIra
David Eccles Sr when Mrs Isabelle
Cummings of Salt Lake president or
the U F W C will address the club
women of Ogden This mooting will
bo of especial Interest and It is to be
hoped that every club woman will be
present to extend a welcome to Mrs
Cummings The program was opened
by Mrs Gwllllam who read a paper
on The Reformation of the Wrong
Doer A most interesting discussion
followed Mrs Vogel conducted the
parliamentary drill Miss Lindsay
and Mrs Lynch favored the club with
vocal selections during the social
hour and the hostess served a delici
ous luncheon The guests of tho ar
tonioon wore tho Mosdames Mills
Wherry Brown Jones and Hobson r
ROOSEVELT TO REMAIN
IN NAPLES 24 HOURS
Naples March 2STho fact that
exPresident Roosevelt will remain i
here only 24 hours has caused general
disappointment The authorities and
the residents of Naples orginally were
of the opinion that Mr Roosevelts
visit would cover several days and
proparaUons wore under way for dem
onstration of popular good will com
mensurate with the prominence of the
distinguished visitor Arrangements
also were being made for an excursion
to Messina so that Mr Roosevelt
might view the ruin wrought by tho
earthquake > but they have boon aban
doned
PREPARING fOR
LEGAL FIGHT IN
U1TLA CASE
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WEALTHY RELATIVES MAY COME
TO AID OF MRS BOYLE
Mr Boyle Has Retained WollKnOwn
Attorneys to Conduct
His Defense
Mercer Pa March 29 Prepara
tions are now being mode for the legal
battle in the famous Wbltla kidnaping
case While Mrl Boyle or Miss Me
Dormott has not properly retained an
attorney her husband James Boyle
has retained oxJudge H IU Sillier and
his law partner Attorney J Strana
han Both attorneys are well known
Boyle was taken from hero today to
Sharon where ho will bo given a hear
ing before Justice S S Gilbert on a
charge of kidnaping
Mrs Boyle will ho taken to Sharon
sometime tomorrow Her hoaring will
bo set to suit the convenience of Mr
Vhltla who leaves with hIs family
tomorrow for a rest Where ho will
spend his vacation has not been an
nounced
It is reported hero today that
wealthy relatives have communicated
with tho authorities and wore coming
to the assistance of Mrs Boyle With
in a few days It is sold money will
be forthcoming and she is assured of
tho ablest counsel in this section of
the stale
Mrs Boyle however IB taking her
confinement much to heart
MRS BOYLE WAS ONCE
ARRESTED FOR FORGERY
Kansas City March 29 According
to tho local police Mrs Helen Boyle
under arrest at Mercer Penn for tho
kidnaping of Willie Whitla of Sharon
lived in Kansas City in tho spring and
summer of 1907 and was arrested
hore on a charge of forgery She wont
under the name of Helen Parker wife
of Prank A Parker who conducted a
restaurant In East Twelfth street
Both she and her husband wore arrest
ed May 3 1907 The case against the
Parkers grew out of a worthless
check
The woman was In the county Jail
from May 1 to Juno 17 when the case
against her was dropped by the prose
cuting attorney Parker was released
on bail Juno 17
Later Parker was arrested In St
Louis on another forger charge and
sont to tho penitentiary at Jefferson
City
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TRAIN IS
HELD
JP
Conductor Forced to Aid
Masked Man in Rob
bing the Passengers
Fairfield Nob March 29A mask
ed train robber held up train No ti
the Lincoln FalrlJeld local on the
Burlington last night forced the con
ductor to carry a sack through tho
passenger coach and collect tribute
from the BcngornlnotBon women
and two menwhich ho pocketed anti
dropped off the rear end of the train I
The train was stopped by a red signal
roar the bridge a mile east or here i
The robber wearing a white mask
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at once boarded It and when the con
ductor came forward to Investigate
the stop he was given a sack and or
dered to assist in robbing the passen
gers He estimates that tho rob
ber secured about 200 and seventeen
watches
SETTLEMENT OF BALKAN
CRISIS FULLY EXPECTED
London March 28 London is tho
only capitol where official confirma
tion of the settlement of the Balkan
crisis is lacking The British foreign
office lato today according to reports
had not been informed that Austria
had accepted Sir Edward Greys tor
mula for tile declaration which Ser
via is to make to the administration
at Vienna but It was fully expected
that Austria would accept and no sur
prise was expressed at the result
While Foreign Secretary Grey has
enhanced his reputation by his suc
cessful efforts to maintain peaco it Is
realized that Austria and Germany
have scored a great diplomatic victory
over tho members of the triple en
tente
It Is understood that In the decla
ration agreed on Servia will announce
that she has no rights with regard to
Bosnia and Horzogovlna that she is
ready to live on friendly terms with
Austria and will demobilize at once
In return Austria Is to make generous
economic concessions to Sorvla
SOCK CAUSES TE
DEATH Of HIS
MOThER
IS TOLD SON MUST DIE IN THE
ELECTRIC CHAIR
Believing In Her Boys Innocence
Aged Woman Had Secured One j
Stay of Execution I
New York March 29Tho death or
Mrs Verona Bertchey who died yes
terday at Ridgewood Heights N J IB
said to have been caused by the shock
Oi hearing that her eon must die In the
electric chair Her son Adolph was
convicted of shooting and killing a
man who was pursuing him after he
had been discovered trying to enter
a hotel at Lakowood
On March 16 the aged mother nev
er losing confidence in her boys in
nocence procured a stay of execution
fr thirty days on the ground of new
evidence In the meantime an ap
peal was filed but she was Informed
yesterday that Adolph would have to
die unless the governor Interfered
Soon afterwards she expired
Bake Potatoes In Coal Chute
An economical and delicious way of
baking Irish or sweet potatoes with
their skins on IB by utilizing the coal
chute of a hard coal stove The only
care necessary Is to see that the stovo
Is almost full of coal
when tho
pota
toes are put In otherwise with the
gradual lowering of the coal they
might drop into the live coals Two
hours will bake them thoroughly The
Blight smell of tho gas from the stove
will disappear before the
potatoes are
ready for serving
SPRY AT 64
Keeps Well and Active on Postum
Postum does one good because it I
Is made of clean hard wheat and con
tains no drug or other harmful sub I
ftince i
My husband always had his coffee
twice a daythought he could not do
without it writes a N Y woman
About twelve years ago he began to
nave bad spoils
His head felt queer was dizzy and
sick at his stomach The doctor would
come and proscribe for biliousness
but medicines gave no permanent re
lief
In a short time tho same old spells
would return This went on for years
until we dreaded those spells and fear
ed he would become an Invalid
A friend to whom wo told this ex
perience said it was coffee He had
boen the same way and stopped drink
ing coffee and got well by change to
wellmade Postum
He told us to be sure to make It
right according to directions on pkg
Now we like Poutuin aa well as cot
fco and I cant remember when my
husband han had a sick day
Those bad spells are a thing of the
past He Is 64 works every day and
Is as spry as n boy Wo have been
using PoHtura a year and a half and
are glad to have a delicious drinte
which does not Injure UH as coffee
did
didName
Name given by Postum Co Battle
Creek Mich Read Tho Road to
W llvIUe In pkgs Theres a Rea
son
Ever read the above letter A new
ann appears from time to time They
are genuine true and full of human I
Interest
Unrivaled
An Collection of S J BU RT DROS Agents the Shoes N r
Foreign Dress Goods
Which I
and Silks bhe Store
cfQuality Make Lifes Walk
Just Arrived 242924312433 WASHINGTON AVENUE REDEASYCROSS
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t
I Superb Showing of Womens Spring Apparel
Tyo and threepiece Tailored Suits Gowns Street Dresses Lingeries and Separate Skirts selected with infinite care
as to styles and materials and embodying the best workmanship in tailoring and finish Not the least attractive feature of
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this collection is the moderate prices that prevail throughout
I Tailored Suits of fine French Serge Plain and striped also
mannish mixtures worsteds in all the uptodate models
at 1775 to 8500
Extraordinary values in Womens Gowns and Street
Dresses made of French Foulards Satin Duchess Messaline
Crepe Rajah and Pongee at J 1250 to 6500
BALKANS
NOW AT
REST
Servia Has Surrendered
Completely to the De
mands of Europe
Belgrade March 29ServJa has
surrendered completely to the de
mands of Europe and the tension ot
six mouths over the Balkan sltua
ton will come to an end this aftcl
noon The action of Servia probably
will set the Balkan question at rest
for many days
The ministers here of Great Brit
ain France Russia and Italy will to
day verbally Inform the Servian gov
ernment of their recognition of the
annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
hv AustriaHungry Thov will ad
vise Servia to consider this question
closed and issue a circular note to all
the powers acknowledging this an
n xatlon and at the same time to as
sure AustriaHungary of her peacetul
intentions revoking all claims to In
demnifying concessions Servia un
doubtedly will swallow this bitter med
icine and follow tho advice ot the pow
ers
I have been somewhat costive but
Doans Regulets gave Just the results
desired They act mildly and regulate
the bowels perfectly George B
KiauBe306 Walnut Ave AltoonaPa
Talk
We are told that It Is harder to
make talk than It used to be Yet talk
was never cheaper than now
Probably nothing has happened ex
cept what IB all the time a happening I
In every kind of manufactureancient
processes have been superseded A
woman who In this day and age ex
pects to make talk by hanging out her
winter furs to air will most likely bo
disappointed But what wore she to
drink cocktails and smoke cigarettes
in the principal restaurant or It her
womanly delicacy shrinks from that
to overdraw her husband at tho bank
to pay bor losses at bridge
We are ao exacting a generation
that almost any sort of worthy
achievement Is conditioned about as
much on the employment of strictly
modern methods as on wholehearted
endeavor Puck
BODY OF LESTER ELKINS FOUND
San Pedro Gal March 2SThe body
of Lester Elkins a youthful aeronaut
who was carried In tho waters of the
ocean on March 8 was recovered to
day The young mans relatives live
in San Antonio Texas
CARRIED DEAD BODY
Of BABY IN A
BASKET I
THOUGHT THAT IT CONTAINED
ONLY GROCERIES
Discovery Is Made By His Father Who
Opens Basket His Son Left On
Diningroom Table
Cleveland 0 March 29For sever
al hours Walter Johnson Jr carried
the dead body of a baby girl about
Cleveland In a basket thinking It con
tained groceries His father peered
Jiito the basket when the young man
returned homo and discovered the
corpse Johnson was taken into cus
tody by tho police
Johnson wont shopping buying gro
ceries at several markets Ho startod
home but meeting friends on the way
wes delayed until morning He then
hurried to bed without opening the
basket leaving it in tho center of a
dining table His father opened the
basket to lift out the groceries The
police believe the body was left In a
basket in one of the markets visited
by Johnson Death is said to lava
been due to exposure
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JOHNSON
IS nOME
AGAIN 1
Colored Champion
Given Ovation by Ne i
groes in New York j
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New York March 29 Nearly one
r thousand men greeted Jack Johnson
the pugilist when he arrived here to
day Tho crowd was made up for the
most part of negroes and they cheer
ed with enthusiasm as they first got
sight of the man of their race who
won the worlds championship of the
lrlze ring
Johnson pleased with his welcome
lull an impromptu reception on the
patfonn of tho railroad station He
was greeted by delegations from sport
Jrc clubs and organizations of color
ed people
The reception to Johnson was ar
langod by Horron Wilkens and Ed
ward Byrd proprietors of a hotel
where Johnson planned to stop while
iu New York and the program in
cluded a parade to the hero
Several sightseeing automobiles
heavily loaded with admirers of the
fighter wore waiting outside the sta
tion and Johnson with his Immedi
ate friends occupied a machine at the
head of the line The procession pass
ed through west Foi tysecond street
and down Broadway All along the
louto the sidewalks were lined by cur
ious observers and sports who cheer
ed the champion as he passed
Several hundred persons gathered
in front of the west Thirtyfirth hotel
whore Johnson went from tho station
Jn response to repeated cheers John
Son appeared on a second floor bal
cony and made a little speech
Im glad to get back home again
ho said When I loft hero 1 did not
wear the crown that I now wear and
while I wear this crown Ill do my
best to defend It against all comers
1 am willing to fight with anybody
and wont ask the money In advance
as Burns did when he fought me My
sole purpobe in coming to Now York
today was to force Jim JoCfrles into
a match During the day 1 am go
ing to post a forfeit of 55UUO for a
match for 10000 I am willing to
fight any man In the world
I Renewed cheering greeted the close
of the champions speech and con
tinued after he had retired Into tho
hotel
hotelsked
Asked whether he would fight Stan
ley Ketchel Johnson said
Ill fight the first man who covers
the money if Jeffries refuses to tight
Kotchel Is not too small and Corbett
Is not too old
Johnson said he was going abroad
again but he did not know when
IIA number of receptions and onter
talnmenta have been planned for him
during the week I
REGULATION OF OPIUM TRADE I
APPROVED BY DRUGGISTS
New York March 29 While prom
inent druggists look with approval up
on tho regulation of trade enforcing
the recent act of congress prohibiting
the importation of opium or opium
mixtures for any but medicinal pur
posses Clarence O Bigelow chair
man of tho state board of pharmacy
Is of the opinion that the federal act
will not bo effective unless it Is sup
plemented by Btate laws
Under the present law In this state
he said the only regulation Is that
the druggist shall record the name ot
tho person to whom he sells drugs
containing more than two grains ol
morphine to the ouncq and that he
label the package poison No pro
scription he says is required
Cocaine ho said cannot bo sold
except on prescription and violation
of tho law Is a felony
11 believe the morphine habit IB
growing but not so fast as the people
think as most people who use tho
drugs use it In the form of morphine
tablets which are dissolved In water
and injected hypodermically They
used to drink laudanum but morphine
Is now used because It Is more effec
tive
PACIFIC SQUADRON AT AMOY
Amoy March 28The third squad
ron of the Amorican Pacific squadron
under command of Rear Admiral Har
bor arrived here at 8 oclock thin
morning The squadron is two days
ahead of the schedule Swatow having
been omitted from tho Itinerary
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Smart Waists thor come in Nets Laces and Lingerie effects
and embroidery trimmed Crossbar Lawns Linens and
Madras at 75 to 1250
300 Womens separate Skirts of Voile and Panama stylish
flare i also the new clinging models at 337 < j per cent dis
count >
SHOOTS A
DENVER
I OMAN
Fatally Wounds Sister
inlaw and Then Kills
Himself
Denver March 29John Collins
father of Mrs Jesse McDonald wife
of former Governor McDonald this
morning shot and fatally wounded
Miss Sarah Nichols and then killed
himself The shooting took place at
the McDonald home 1151 Logan ave
nue The mpttVo for tho shooting Is
unknown Collins came to Denver re
cently from Plattsburg N Y Miss
Nichols was Mrs McDonalds aunt
on her mothers side Collins is be
lIeved to have been insane
Mrs McDonald said that she be
lieved her father to have been mental
ly unbalanced from melancholia ana
could ascribe no motive for tho shoot
ing She said also that there had been
no trouble between Mr Collins ana
his sisterinlaw and that friendly re
lationship had always existed between
them
Yesterday Mr Collins who was UU
years of age was heard by one of the
maids in the McDonald residence to
say that ho would not live long He
came to DonVer about two months
ago from Platfsburg N Y his ola
home and had been living at the Mc
Donald residence which had been his
habit periodically for many years He
was sitting In a rear room of the
house talking to Miss Nichols when
she arose and went into another room
Collins followed and drawing a re
volver fired Miss Nichols fell and
Collins then killed himself Miss
i Ncbols condition is precarious
Former Governor McDonald Is on
his way from LeadvIIle having been
Informed oC the tragedy In his home
SEN BURTON SAYS PAYNE
BILL IS HARD TO HARMONIZE
Cleaveland OMarch 29ThO
Payne tariff bill will be difficult to har
monize and It Is evident there will bo
widely divergent views concerning it
is the statement made by Senator Bur
ton of Ohio who will leave Cleveland
tonight for Washington
Personally I do not favor haste In
framing the bill While it is extreme
ly desirable to dispose of the questions
Involved with all due promptness it
IB more Important tfiat a rational tar
iff and revenue policy should bo adopt
ed than that the problems involved
should be disposed of in a hurry
lr hope for a discussion of para
graphs In Ute house and for a careful
and deliberate review of the house bill
In the senate
I think tho extent of the reductions
proposed by the Payne bill Is hardly
I
realized at least under tho proponed
minimum rates For example there i
are not lees than fourteen reductions
such as from five to two cents a pound
in ono case from three cents to ono
cent a pound There are other reduc
tions of a less percentage
Business will suffer a check until
tho bill is disposed of because of the
uncertainty but I think there may be
confidence that the delay will not be
long and I hope all questions will be
decided wisely without the Injunction
of too much DOlltics
ARRESTED FOR FORGERY
INVOLVING 100000
East St Louis Ills March 29 Ad
vices from Kansas City tell of the ar
rest there of Roy Horton who is want
ed here on charges of forgery Involv
ing 100000 Horton and his broth
I er John L Horton who was recently
arrested after a chase of seven years
operated as brokers at the stock yards
here Roy Horton was arrested under
tho name of Ryan and in said to have
been In Kansas City for the last year
working at the stock yards
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INVENTOR OF TRACTION I
ENGINE KILLED BY TRAIN I
Ada O March 29NoblQ M David
son inventor of the traction engine
was killed here Sunday by being
struck by the engine of a Pennsyl
vania passenger train Davidson in
vented tho traction engine In 1877 and
during that year the first engine was
put on the market Recently after a
diligent search Davidson found hiS
original engine purchased It and ship
ped It back to his homo
WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULTS
c 1 <
MARSHAL
IS SHOT
DEAD
He Was Leading Posse
in Pursuit of Bank
jobbers
1
TrentonMoMarch 29Whn bend
ing a posse of citizens who were In
I pursuit of two tao blowers City
I Marshal Geo Caraway was shot and
killed here today The robbers escaped
I
caped
Three of the robbers were surround
ed this afternoon by tho posse on tho
McCuo farmtwo miles south or James
port and a pitched battle ensued Fin
ally one of the robbers was killed
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and the other two surrendered
The safe blowers had robbed two
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stores at Spickard near hero and es
I caped on a handcar Local authorities
were notified and when the robbers
arrived here on a train a light at onco
took place Caraway dropped dead at
the first volley This disorganized his
posse and during tho excitement the
robbers escaped but later were corn
ered on tho McCue farm
PREDICTS DEATH
Of CHRISTIAN
RELIGION
DR FOSTER SAYS WORLD WILL
BE MORE CHRISTIAN THEN
Profossor of Philosophy of Religion In
University of Chicago Provokes
I Storm of Criticism
Chicago March 29Dr George Bur
man Foster professor of the philoso
phy oC religion at tho University ot
Chicago who aroused a storm of crit
icism by his book The Finality ot
Christian Religion has a now book
now In press which is still more radi
cal He has made public chapter ot
it in tho form of a sermon entitled
The Place of Jesus In the Religion
of Modern Man
Ho speaks of Christianity as a rellg
Ion which in time to come may die as
other religions have died and yet the
world at that time he said will be
more Christian than It IB now Kven
Jesus Himself If now on earth ho
said would pursue a far different
course than he pursued 1900 years ago
A billion years hence ho says
the spiritual condition of tho race
may be conceivably aa far above ours
as ours is above the status of tho sav
ages that roamed the primeval tor
eats And Jesus of Nazareth Is U
Inconceivable that a billion jeari
or so henco the human beings then
alive will know an little about Him
and our specific forms of religion at
vo know about tho religion of the
dwellers In Atlantis or any other sub
merged land 7
Cucumoer Chile
Twelve largo ripe cucumbers tWG
quarts onions ono cup salt two
ounces white mustard seeds two
green poppers one red popper ono ta
blespoon ground black popper vino
gar to cover
Pare and remove seeds from cu
cumbers chop fine sprinkle with salt
lot stand 24 hours Drain add tho on
ions and poppers chopped fine and
the other Ingredients Cover with
vinegar Put In strip of horseradish in
each jar
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
APPLY at once men or women for
local 01 traveling position 15 to
30 and expenses per week guaram
toed Xo trlflcrs H M Cannon room
15 Woodnmnsce Hotel 388 21th St
3 29 lWJC
I WILL sell tho following property
2 double houses with city water and
2 acres of land first money will take
the property Amelia Goodman corn
er 22nd and Quincy 329 Iwk

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