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e THE STANDARD OGDBN UTAH TUESDAY OCTOBER 12 1909
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A I NECKWEAR j 412Y r w t
OUR Neckwear counters look r Ii
like flower beds with assorted
blossoms tl °
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I Everything thats new and
choice in Fall Scarfs is here r i
Tho newest Silks from For
J eign and Domestic looms 1 a
Neckwear thats exclusive
and different All the correct
shapes
50 75 100 to 150
The styles are so handsome
that most Men find it difficult 11
to limit themselves in buying
FRED M NYEj
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2413 Washington Ave i
RANDOM I
RmRENES
If you did not vote last year you
must Register this year if you want to
vote three weeks from today See
page 6 it will tell you where to Ror
Ister
Few stories reach the human heart
as does LADDIE It has a pathos
that springs from the heart and leaves
us better for having seen lit ISIS
THEATRE
COAL Call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and slack Parker
Coal Co
Paving Progresses Tho Moral
men are pushing the work of laying
asphalt Tho upper or finishing ay
er of asphalt Is being laid today on
tho west side of Wall avenue between
Twentyfourth and Twentythin
streets The J P ONeill forco of
concreters Is rapidly approaching tho
viaduct on Twentyfourth street The
concrete work on this street will be
finished some time tomorrow and tho
mixing plant and the corps of work
men will bo transferred to Washing
ton avenue
I
If you did not vote last year you
must Register this year If you want to
volo three weeks from today See
I page 6 It will tell you where to Reg
Ister
i Ladles of the Presbyterian Church
Rummage Sale Thursday Friday and
Saturday Oct 14 1516 at 2522 Wash
Ave Room donated by courtesy ol
Orpheum Management I
I Ogden City Military Band grand
j ball at tho Congress Dancing Acad
I cmy Thursday October 14 60c per
i couple extra lady 15c
AcresJanes Pin <
I j gree cashier of the Pingree National
I bank of this city and E P Ellis of I
I I Layton manager of the Jesso Knl ht
I interests In tho dominion of Canada
I i have purchased of Ray Greenwood
I real estate dealers of Salt Lake a
r 5000acro tract of dryfarm land In
Millard county Tho land in question
lies along the mountains tho
j on east
ern side of Millard count and Is said
I to be valuable dry land property
Halt a dozen men were walking up
I a country road one of the warm days
last summer they look off their
coats for comfort and five of the
I I coats had the Hart Schaffner Marx
I 1 name In them Wrights CJothlng
store says thats about tho propor J
x tion 5 to 1 I
i I Ladles pure gum Rubber Gloves at I
L f I Carrs drug store 50c per pair I
COALRock Springs Castle Gate I
and Clear Creek Gillette Coal Co
153 West 27th St Phones 1074
Teachers Pay Day Superintendent
i Eggerlson of the Weber county
I schools says that tho closIng of tun
first school period of this season next
Saturday will mark splendid progress
In the schools The attendance this
year is considerably Increased over
I that of last year and the students aro
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LADIES SOUVENIR MATINEE OR
ACLE and GLOBE
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
ISIS THURSDAY AFTERNOON
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TONIGHT AT THE GLOBE THE 1
FIRST TWENTYFIVE LADIES AT
TENDING WILL RECEIVE A USE
i FUL PRESENT ITS WORTH COM
i I ING EARLY
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I HOUSES ALL WARM AND COM
FORTABLE r I
c THE BIG THREE I
I Where The Pictures Aro Always Good
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Flannelettes
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1 1 Tho new Flannelette gowns
haw arrived and Just the thing
11 for comfort these sharp even
t ings
Ladles Gowns in good quality
flannel full size 56 Inches
1 lonE 50c
m i a A largo assortment at 75c 100
I 125 150 175 colors aud
white
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p Childrens Gowns 50c and 75C
t f Children Sleeping Drawers 65c
4 Ladies Short Flannelette Skirts 11
PI 50c 60c 65c and 75c
l n Buy early and get the choice
hi tHE i WYKES
m l 1 I WYKES C I I
i 2335 Washington Ave
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taking hold of their work with a vi
and earnestness that promises good
reeults The teachers institute will
bo held next Saturday October 16
at the aubhlgh school building anal
on that day the teachers will bo given
their salaries for the first period The
amount to ho paid out will appro >
mate 3600 Tho clerk of the board
of education states that teachers not
getting their money on that day may
know that It is because they have not
turned In their certificate Issued by
tho stale board of examiners
I If you did not vote last year you
must Register this year If you want to
vote three weeks from today See
page G It will tell you whero to Rej
I inter
I
THE HISTORIC PARADE In the
HUDSON FULTON CELEBRATION
Magnificent views of the procession
with Its floats and moving tableaux
Greater than the NAVAL PARADE
GLOBE THEATRE
B G Butter is dainty dollcat
and delicious
Funeral WednesdayJoseph T
Richards funeral will bo hold Wednes
day October 13 at 3 p m from the
family residence 175 A street Salt
Lake City
I
If you did not vote last year you
must Register this year If you want to
vote three weeks from today See
page C It will tell you where to Reg
Ister
Dont forget to take lunch with the
Episcopal ladies Wednesday the 13th
rom 12 until 2 at the parish house
corner of Grant and 24th
Is Your Piano TunedIf you are
thinking of having your piano over
hauled and tuned look In the Bush
ness Directory of the Evening Stand
ard and you will find the card of an
expert that will give you full satlsfac
lion
Called to Coalvllle Miss Chrlssli
Hunter of Ogden employed In
Wrights store was called to Coalvllle
Utah to attend the funeral of a rola
the
If Jon did not vote List year you
must Register this year if you want to
vote three weeks from today See
page G it will tell you where to Reg
ister
Beautiful view of the WASHING
TON ARCH in the HUDSONFULTOf
PARADE PICTURES GLOBE THE
ATRE
Full military band at the Band
Dance at the Congress next Thurs
day
Trains LateFor the first time in
many months nearly all of tho trains
arriving In Ogden this morning were
from two to three hours late Oregon
Short Line No 10 from the north was
late on account of waiting for connec
lions at Pocatello The Southern Pa
cific was two hours late In arriving
which made tho Union Pacific two
lidui8 late in leaving
IN OLD KENTUCKY a stirring epi
sode of the Civil War by the Blograpl
Co The closing of this story typifies
the motto of Kentucky UnIted we
stand divided we fall ORACLE
THEATRE
Take your wife or some other fel
lows wife to the Band Dance next
Thursday 50c per couple
Food cooked and served right You
dont wait at Charles Cafeteria
Visited In Salt LakeAllss Kitty
Gillen of the hotel and dining car department
jartment of the HarrIman lines was
the guest of Salt Lake friends yesler
day
Modern Woodmen attention
Something Doing tonight Come
and see You will be pleased S
oclock Eagles Hall
Extra fine pastry at Charles Cafe
term
For rent furnished 5S2 25th Ap
ply room 203 1st Nat Bank bldg
Returns from Idaho Mrs Warren
I Corey returned Saturday to Ogden
i from adslt to relatives and friends
In Blackfoot Idaho stopping for some
I time on her ranch at Rcxburg She
I reports herself satisfied with her trip
laving had a fine time
Ladles pure gum Rubber Gloves at
Carr drug store 50c per pair
I
Consumers Coal Co All kinds ol
good coal Agents for Grass Crook the
best 4 coal on the market A A
i Shaw Mgr Both phones US
Few good men can get winter em
ployment at the Sugar Factory b > ap
plying to tho Superintendent at the
Factory
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Going to Get Martljod C A Castle
and Miles Losher two members of the
dining car department of tho Harri
man linos with headquarters at Og
dent left this morning over tho Union
Pacific for a short trip While In the
Metropolis of the country Mr Castle
will Join the great order of Benedicts
and Losher will stand up with him
The bridolobe Is one of the charmIng
young ladles of New York
Konimorcr Coal guaranteed the best
I Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Ind
140 Boll 40DK
Meals at any price Charles Cafe
terla
Shot Fired Into a TrainThat pas
l enjer trains aro more common than
ducks In the neighborhood of Wlllard
was evidenced last
l evening when a
mssengor train was made the target
for a full sizo charge of duck shot 1
As far as could bo learned In the local
railroad offices the shot was filed
through one of the windows of the
smoking car and luckily struck a
window near a vacant seal or prob
ably the result would have been different
fercnt Railroad detectives were dis
patched to Brigham City last evening
and the authorities of the town or
Brigham wero instructed to take the
case up Arrests may follow
0 J Stilwell has nearly new high
grade piano for rent Independent
II phone 67 Boll 102SY
Asks to be Administrator Charl <
I W Iverson has filed In the probate
division of the district court a peti
tion for letters of administration in
tho matter of tho estate of Julius
Iverson The estate Is valued at SSO
and consists of real estate In Weber
county The deceased died at Haw
line Wyo November 2 1905
Sunny Brook Anthracite coal is the
best Lewis has It Phones 149
Democratic Comm ittteeThe Demo
cratic central committee of the city Is
in session this afternoon in an at
tempt to perfect an organization It
is intimated that Sam Thomas the
acting chairman of too committto will
be retained in tho position
Mrs Frank Peterson has gone to
Salt Lake for a few days
Funeral of George E MiluleThc
funeral services over tho body of
George E Maulc will bo hold Wednes
day at 2 p in at the Congregation
church The friends may view the
body at the family residence conic
of Boulevard and Robinson avenue
between the hours of 10 and 1130
a m on the day of tho funeral In
torment will be in Mountain Vlow
cemetery
Largest variety best food Charles
Cafeteria
Case of PeddlingThe case of the
city against P C Reldlck charged
with peddling In the city without 3
license has been postponed for an indefinite
definite length of lime The facts in
the case arc practically agreed upon
by the attorneys for both sides and
the battle will be waged on legal flues
I
lions
Brick warehouse for sale Purchas
er to remove material from the ground
Apply John Scowcroft Sons Co
Herbert B Foulgcr came In from
Garland a few days ago suffering
from stomach ailment and his brother
Joseph went to Garland to tae
charge of the Foulger companys store
for a short time
Buy your Approved garments at
the Utah Knitting Co They make
them Sale now on 302 25th Sl
Boundaries May Be Changed T C
Hoyl of the legal department of the
national forest service has gone to j i
southern Utah to visit supervisors i
headquarters In that section and con
fer with tho supervisors regarding the I
boundaries of some of the forests He
I
will visit Ncjihi Mantl Richfield Pan
gultch Escalante and Kanab The re
ports of the supervisors will not bo
sent to headquarters until after Mr
Hoyts visit Complaints have come
in from some of the stockmen of
southern Utah to the effect that the
forest boundaries In some Instances
cover lands that are suitable for noth
Ing but grazing purposes and they
are desirous of having the bounda
rles changed Tho forestry officials
are making careful examinations re
garding the matter and will not ad
vocate changes until it is established
to a reasonable certainty that they are
necessary
2001 POUNDS in each ton Have
you thought about Anthracite You
should and order at once Shurtliff
Co Phones 18
Back from OregonW A Taylor
has returned to Ogden from Lake
view Oregon where he has been since
last May He reports everything in
that district looking most promising
and predicts a great future for that
town Mr Taylor has been one of
Ogden most prominent business men
Coal call up Parker Co for
rates on lump nut and slack
Suit for Divorce A suit for a di
vorce has been filed In the district
court by Lawrence M Motzer against
Rose Mclzer upon the grounds of de >
section The couple were married In
Santa Anna California March 19
1905 The plaintiff alleges that his
wit deserted him in this city Septem
ber 8 1908
Anthracite CoalFill your bin hc
ore cold weather Phone 27 John Farr
Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
a specialty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 412 25th
GLOVES FROM FRANCE
Big Package of Perrins Gloves
Arrived
Today a big foreignlooking pack
age arrived In Wrights store It is
direct from the city of Grenoble
Franco where the Perrln factories are
located Tho goods are made there
from the finest schemes which arc
produced and are made up expressly
for Wrights store packed and ship
ped direct This new shipment con
talus nil of the new colors which aro
wanted to match all gowns and suite
Thero is also in the shipment some
of tho new embroidered backs which
is an entirely new style in kid glove
making There is no doubt about the
quality of Perrins gloves They arc
the very best kid gloves which are
produced In France which Is to sa
t he world as French glove makera
ire best masters In this art
W IL Wright Sons Co of this
city are the exclusive agents
BIG SHIPMENT
FRO 1 ROOSEVEL f
New York Oct 12 Sixtyfour case
every one big and bound with iron
hands and filled with all thai remain
of lions elephants hippopotami mon
keys and other beasts which would
Jtlll bo roaming the vIlds of Africa
but for the invasion there of ox President
Ident Roosevelt arrived in Brooklyn
ycsterdar They were unloaded from
he Anchor Lines slcanibhlu Italia
Every case wag marked Smithsonian
National Museum care of Collector of
Customs Port of New York From
Smithsonian African expedition R 12
E The Italia received the cases at
Naples from a steamship which
brought them from Zanzibar
WANT ADS BRING DIG RESULTS
POWER LINE
n AS BEEN
BUILT
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ONE HUNDRED FIFTY MEN WERE
PAID OFF
Telluide Company Now Has Steel
Towers Extending South to Salt
Lake City
jt6wcrs
Superintendent A L Woodhouse or
the Telluride Power Transmission
company was a busy man in Ogden
yesterday He discharged from ser
vice about 150 meu and issued check
to them representing about 10000
This force of men had been employ
ed on the steel tower line between thr
city and Salt Lake The tower Is com
p ted now and the company has no
further use for the men A small
force of men has been retained to
take down the old polo line extend
ing from Logan to Salt Lake
Mr Woodhouse states that his
company can now boast of one of the
most modern transmission lines in
America
I
VAUDEVILLE AGAIN
AT TiE ORPIIEUM
Corlnnton completed its engage
mcnt at the Orpheum last night and
vaudeville will return to its homo to
night The same bill that opened Sun
day night will be offered tonight and
the real of the week It Is a bright
snappy lot of acts with plenty of sing
ing dancing comedy and music Then
Is a bit of novelty to add spice to It
Tho regular midweek matinee will
be given tomorrow afternoon at which
the seals will bo Inc 25c and 50 cents
PROUHHTION
OPPOSED IN
PROVO
BUSINESS MEN TURN DOWN
BOTH PARTIES
Hold a Mass Meting and Declare That
Radical Changes Would Paralyze
the City
William Scott came up from Prove
last evening after spenling a number
of days there with his family He re
ports that the political situation li
the Garden City is rather complex
Both the Democratic and Republican
parties have named their tickets and
drawn their platforms neither the
tickets no the platforms meeting the
approval of a large number of the
business mem
A caucus of business men was
called yesterday and it was attended
by a majority of the merchants of the
city Mr Scott says it was the largest
gathering of representative business
men that had assembled on political
matters for a long time and the en
thusiasm exhibited pressaged a strong
opposition to the oldline parties
The greatest objection the business
men have agalnt the platform already
before the people is that they declare
for prohibition and the merchants to
gether with many professional men
eel that to inaugurate prohibition
here under present conditions would
greatly cripple tae commercial inter
sts of the city
The caucus decided to place a third
ticket In the field and instead of de
claring for prohibition will advocate
the Idea of high license and strict reg
ulation
AT THE JOIE
The Jole still maintains Us popular
ly as evidenced by an overflowing
house last night This was caused by
he splendid programThe Tine Wife
of a Shipwrecked Sailor This feature
Is so well staged and played that tho
ludienco almost think It a reality
Other features are The Rebel tho
Storm of Souls and the great comedy
Regis Dream at the Joio Tuesday
only
GRAND OPERA EXCURSION
Salt Lake City Friday Oct 15th
100 round trip via 0 S L on
train leaving Ogden 115 4 and K45
p m Returning leave Salt Lake
130 p m The above account Inter
national Grand Opera Company pro
luellon of Lucia at the Colonial
Theater
I
The Kidneys eliminate poisons by
acting as filters for the blood When
they fall in this respect serious all
lents must result Plneules for the
Idnoya are what you should take at
the first warning sign of kidney trou
ble They assist time kidneys In ex
Clllng uric acid poison Sold by Geo
F Cave Drug Stores
AMUSEMENTS
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Both Phone 323
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l11H EATRE
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
rvvwvwwv
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY AT 215
Performance every eveningat 815
JOHN wT WORLD AND MINDELL
KINGSTON
Wilbur Mack Nella Walker
Bison City Four
Hughes Musical Trio
Herr J Rubens Eddie G Ross
I Kjlnodrome Orpheum Orchestra
I Prices Matinee 15 25 50 cents
All seats reserved Evening 15
25 50 75 cents
i WHfRE TO REGISTER I
Registry agents and place of regls
tratlon are as follows
First District Mary alone 312
Thirtythird street
Second District Alice Collins 21S3
I Plngree avenue
i Third District Maryettc Griffin 330
Twcntyelgth street
Fourth District Addle Angel 120
I Poplar
Fifth District Margaret A Moyc
2129 Grant avenue
Sixth District Mrs Lllla A Ken
nedy 2258 Grant avenue
Seventh District W L Ruesell 217
Twentyfourth street Armory build
ing
Eighth District Mrs Anna Power
537 Canyon road
Ninth District Jennie Anderson
100 North Washington avenue
Eleventh DIstrIctCassius C Bax
ter 20C9 Douglas avonue
Twelfth District E A Larkin 405
Twentyfourth street
Thirteenth District Walter Riche
2414 Madison avenue
Fourteenth District Hattle A
West 1211 Twentyfourth street
FUteenh District tLillian Foulge
2760 Adams avenue
Sixteenth DistrictDavid Pugh 60
Twentyeighth street
Seventeenth DistrictAnnie Cole
man Miller 137 Twentyeighth street
All registration offices will he open
until 9 oclock this evening You can
register up to that hour
NO MORE DISEASED
MEATS IN OMAHA
Following a thorough investigation
of time conditions of the uninspected
slaughter houses and uninspected
slaughter houses and uninspected
meals tho City of Omaha has subini
ted to the public demand for govern
ment inspected meats and hereafter
only such meats arc allowed In that
cityCITY
CITY inspection had been advocated
by a few hut it was shown by the
supporters of government Inspection
that In most cases where city Inspec
tion had been tried it had proven t
he nothing hut a political graft
Hereafter no more diseased or un
clean meats on the Omaha markets
Only government Inspected meats are
permitted and the measure places
Omaha In rank with other modern
cities
WOMAN GRAFTER WITH
A STORY OF DISTRESS
One of the cleverest women grafter
that has visited this section in a num
ber of months is now operating In Og
den Her game Is the same old om
of having lost a ticket and being an >
ions to get to the bedside of a dying
mother who Is supposed to bo in soma
small western ton The woman
seemingly dejected manner supposed
to be caused from grief caused a
number of the local business men or
Ogden to become sympathetic and tJ
give the woman amounts ranging
from fifty cents to two dollars
Contrary to the general rule of the
woman grafter being a charming young
lady with a baby face the one In
this case is rather a common feature
woman and fairly well dressed When
telling her story to a vicuna her sen
tcnces arc broken and she ramble
from one subject to another convey
ing the impression that she is suffer
Ing intonse agony at not being able
to reach the bedside of a sick mother
It was learned last evening by a rep
resentative of this paper that the wo
man had succeeded in getting 40 from
a banker in Salt Lake City and had
I left the city He advised an Ogden
friend to be on the lookout for her as
well as the officers of the local banks
The Salt Lake hanker had not sworn
out a warrant for her arrest because
he stated to the Ogden friend ho did
not want the public to know that hi
was so easy
LEARN TELEfiRAPBY
Supt Whitney and Mr Seager of the
Union Pacific Railway visited the
Smithsonian Business College this
week and arranged for the installa
Ion of a pcpl of Telegraphy and rail
road office training In the ochoa
Prof Smith was assured that every
young man who completed a course
would be placed in a position where lu
could climb up rapidly if there was
mythiug in him
Young men desiring to take the
course should report to Prof Smith at
once Evening classes
DE fOREST IS
AT DEAD
Of U P
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING HELD
IN SALT LAKE CITY
Rockefeller Schiff and DeForest Are
the New Names on Board of
Directors
At the annual meeting in Salt Lake
today of the stockholders of the Union
acltlc railroad a board of directors
vw elected The board contains three
new names as follows
Win Rockefeller Jacob Schiff and
11 W DeForest Rockefeller succeeds
to the plaro of W Mahl and Scfrlff to
hat of W D Cornish
The place of E H Harrlmau is filled
iy DeForest Sevcntyfour per cent of
the stock was represented at the
meeting
THEY WERE IN A HURRY
TO GET MARRIED
New York Oct 12Yhf11 tho
steamship Rotterdam arrived at this
port Miss Florence Huber of Seattle
was mot at the gang plank by Mr
lampion Dukes of Fort Wayne Ind
< ml Me Dukes telephoned to the mar
riage license bureau to hold the office
pen until they arrived They started
lo tile office in a taxicab received the
license and then wont to the Little
Church Around the Corner Snbsc
fluently Mr Dukes said that while In
Seattle five years ago ho fell in love
with Miss Huber but had to wait
ulll now lo marry her no hat she
could complete her musical education
I These r Vonderful
SUITS at L
1 20
p Are being enthusiastically
r 1 bought by dozens of men 1
who used to pay custom tai
I I lors
u
r 30000 to
4
40 O
t lien who arc pretty good judges J of Clothes quality and
I
values have been amazed at the excellence of fit style and
tailoring of our suits at r 2000
Just step in tomorrow for a tryon See these garments on
you and you will doubtless be another to affirm with us that
they arc I
6t Absolutely in a C ass by Themselves
Our Line of Mens flats Shoes
and FUll nos p b a fins are also fo a
Cllass by Themselves
2345 OPERATORS OF
j WASHINGTON AVENUE B A R 0 N S STORES TEN
= P B BARON Manager p r 1
BAREFOOT
BOY IN
JAIL
CHARGED WITH STEALING A PAIR
OF SHOES
Tom ONeill Sent to the County Jall
Claims His Name is Lowell Not
ONeill
In the police court this morning
W Ware pleaded guilty to the Qhargc
of drunkenness and was promptly sen
tenced to a fine of 3 or serve five
days in the city basilic William did
not have the money so he went to
jail the Jag still upon him
Charles Anderson was charged with
disturbing the peace He pleaded nc
guilty and the court placed him under
a 5 bond for his appearance when the
case is called for trial
Joe Gordon a mere boy was ar
raigned before the court on tho charge
of petit larceny The complaint alleged
legod that Joe had stolen a pair ol
shoes Joe needed shoes for his feet
were Incased in strips of leather that
had once formed a shoe his heels
coming In contact with the ground He
pleaded guilty and was fined G or six
days in Jail
Tom ONeill came before the judge
with a smiling countenance his hawk
eyes fairly flashing with deviltry as
he listened to the reading of the com
plaint charging him with burglary He
was not asked to plead to the com
plaint but was advised that he would
be given a preliminary hearing In the
course of a few days and that it was
his privilege to employ an attorney
Tom said that was alright but he
ejaculated my name Is not Tom
ONeill it is George Lowell and
turning to Detective Pender he said
You know my name is Lowell Why
do you want to call me ONeill
Mr Ponder denied the acquaintance
However the book was so changed
that it read Lowell Instead of 0
Neill The bond was fixed at 500
and the man after being manacled
was taken to mho county jail whore he
will remain until his troubles arc fin
ally passed upon
REV CARVERS SERMON
ON THE TRINITY
The services last Sunday evening in
tho First Presbyterian church were
made attractive by the special music
rendered by Mrs C H Stevens and
Misses Russell and Coursey In open I
Ing the services the pastor announced I
that any questions sent to him in re
gard to tho Trinity would be answer
ed next Sunday evening when the ser I
ies upon the Christian mysteries will
be continued the theme being The I
Union of the Human and the Divino I
Natures In Jesus Christ
Speaking upon the theme of The
historical and Evolutionary Explana
ion of the Trinity Rev Carver said
In part
Much of every religion deals with
great mysteries The reason is plain
for so much of life Is a mystery and
then before all lies the great mystery i
of death that any religion which
leaves all this untouched docs not hold I
and win the hearts of men A religion
without mystery would leave unan
swered onehalf of our longings and
needs and therefore would not satisfy
I But what Is tho meaning of this word < <
I mystery Paul uses It to designate
those great truths which lie partly
within and partly beyond the limits of I
human knowledge and experience We I
today honor him for his truth So
much of the mystery of religion is diH
to our knowing only the temporal and
earthly while religion has to do with
the spiritual and eternal also
The teaching of the trinity lies at I
the very basis of religious truth Simp
ly stated It is that God Is one as re
Bards to unity bul three as regards to
manifestation Too much has over
been made of the arithmetical aide of
oR
this truth It is really that God ili
on as to nature while three as to ex
pression The Hebrew word for God
is a plural one and thus at the very
opening of the Bible we have a gleam de
of this great truth This Is Intensified fie
when wo read that this God Bays let da
us make man In our Image Again wo gl
read The Lord thy God is one God WI
Why then was this truth set forth dr
The reason is that the trinity Is tho an
result of going deeper and deeper In en
to tho nature of God First to appeal I
to a primitive people He was revealed oc
as the God of Power the Creator bib
Then when the people had advanced cd
He revealed His truth and love as the Citl 9
Christ Is given to the world Lastly the
when grace and strength In needed the tlrc
Spirit or as the Christ called him the Inc
Strengthener is revealed Notice cat
however that from the very first we I of I
have separate teaching concerning I t
each of these three but not In full tint T
ness So It is that the trinity is the at
great God striving to reach and win tort
the hearts and lives of men Thit fluid
such Is tho case is also shown by the ed
results for pure unitarianism scon uret
either becomes cold and unpovcrful to 1
I or else it runs Into pantheism The cd I
trlntarian religion is the only ono for wItt
which men will suffer and die this
Furthermore the study of religion tars
reveals the fact that the belief In a after
trinity as to the Godhead lies at the To
foundation of human life for we find take
that all tho motive den
and primitive religions
of R
ligions are trinitarian The emperor
of China offers at it
once a year sacrifice atnor
to tho spirit of Unity and Trinity nor
and the great Chinese religious lead night
latt
er Lootse was a pure trinitarian
India has been called the homo of re In p
ligion but the earliest leaders there JouiT
Th
were and still are trinitarian Their
sacred writings plainly say there arc at t
r ly sy
three deities but only one Godhead
the Great Soul Tho Chaldean the I the
Babylonian the Phoenician the Eg > p t tbor
tian the take
the Grecion tho Thibetian the
i a ron
Tatarian tho Keltic Germanic and
Slavic mythology were all trinitarian corti
Even the primitive American Indian I bo t
sages
worshipped the sun under three lin
porn
ages which they called Father Son f
twel
and Brother Sun Their great idol
the
pone
was called Tangallanga which means
taR
this i
one In three The three gods who the
cmlnated from the great spirit they the ITO j I
called Trinimaaka or trinity We flume
were reading this week a volume on
com I
the native religions of Mexico and
a min
Peru and the basic thought was a i raft
trinitarian one Now do you not sec their
that the one who says that tha = o who I bow t
contend against the trinity idea of only r
God as unity and trinity have a large j dents
task In explaining why 1f tho trinity Is a flol
false and unreasonable if it Is found into it
to be the natural way in which all r conim
I peoples thought of God There is the ha
something about It which naturally ap I mate
peals to the human Idea of religion I Los Ar
and which alone satisfies the rclisloin bor on
instinct The religion Mohanun ° il Tho
Is the only great unitarian one and when I
that Is not a primitive one and It
has had to depend upon force to make
its converts
Of all tho great religious truths none
give more strength faith and blessing Some t
to the one who will study them than the
this ofldecrlcd teaching of the one
I
God triune All that Is richest amt r The r
best in our faith centers In it Tilt The
usual process of doubt Is to com I Tho I
menco with doubting this teaching I Are f
and when belief In It is gone all that i Dang
Is noblest and most vital In the re j An 0
llgious nature has boon given Uj avoid th
Therefore for a Christian to scoff at Airs
Its teaching is like one deriding and Ogden
scoffing at his own parent 1Ula br
my com
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