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   Waterloo Evening Courier (Newspaper) - December 30, 1924, Waterloo, Iowa                                Classified Advertising j One of the most powerful and at the J same time inexpensive factors In business today Courier ads reach practically every i one in Waterloo Telephone 5100 AND WATERLOO DAILY REPORTER Chicago TOWA Ovisrcaxt ini tonight anI rourier Established 1858 teporter EEtaolsned 1868 TUESDAY DKfKMHKK M 1D21 NOON EDITIOK 2 EDIT1OK 3 HOUSE COMMITTEE In the Spotlight of TODAYS News BY B T 8 MOKE TALK ABOUT XAW The naval affairs committee of the house of representatives votes to investigate the navy with the idea of finding out what it needs They intend to hear Mr Wilburs story Wo expect no great result The j little navy people seem to have I pretty well convinced the powers that be and an economy that is reduced to absurdity in this in stance is leaving our ships outrang ed and outs peed ed But let the investigation go on by all means As long as there is talk there may be hope At any rate it will do no hurt SWEET DADDIES NUJIEUOU8 Waterloos sweet tooth called for 50 tons of candy over Christmas according to computation by local dealers That is two and onehalt pounds for each inhabitant and represents considerable chocolate chewing Like everything else the candy in this world is not equally distrib uted Probably there were two of three chaps in town who didnt get their twoandahalf apiece DESPITE DENIM TONote on Bandit Killed in Mobile II i FRUMPF IIIII1IIITQ Confesses Slaying of Des Moines IBIDEM IN DEBTS NAVY INVE Man for Which Two Are in Prison Dead Mans Precaution May Open Doors of Penitentiary for Pair Convicted of Killing Thomas Griffin Clementels Pooling Suggestion Really Represents Opinion of Paris Govt in November 1923 Mobile A hi WASHINGTON MOLLIFIED BY FRIENDLY ASSURANCE Finance Minister Clementel Was Only Partially Quoted Says Statement to By tlio Associated Press Dec unid en tilled num have robbed a brmicb of the Trust Banking Co at New Orleans of Christmas rvc was shot and killed iu a pistol light at the Louisville t Nashville depot early today but not until after ho had seriously wounded Charles lerrer special agent of the L N and Patrolman Walter Pistole ol the Mobile police force The shots that killed the man worn fired by Detective Cibby Wilcox after a running light front the plat form of a Pullman car thru the station to the fruit wharf where the man dropped dead A notebook was found in his pockets H bore the name of W E Wright and had been pierced by one of the bulletswhich killed him In this notebook was an entry which stated that bo had killed a man by the name of Thomas Griffin in Des Moines la Nov 5 1923 and that two innocent men had been convicted for the crime and now were in prison Entries in the notebook added that In case 1 get killed 1 want the truth to como out it isnt right for two innocent boys to suC fer Waterloo and Black Hawk County Not Lawless Nor Disregardful of Laws INVESTIGATORS FINDINGS ARE NOT CONCLUSIVE Cant Drink a Drop in Des Moines New Year Eve Cop Says lies Mo ncs i ISO A promise that the VolsiWilian tnilUMiiiiiim will start in Don Mo UPS on New Years wan made by Chief of Iolleo J nines Cavender today Them will bo no hanniiiK on eKh others necks its ii result of drinking liquor Cayender said Parties dunces and celebra tions there will bo aplenty but the m a j sly of ihe law will al so be there to guide revelers ilong the straight and nar row ECEDES cm Officials Concerned Are posed to Rest on Records as Transcribed DJS Mason City Mayor Dies of Smallpox Administration Forces Overridden in Resolution Call ing for Thoro Investigation of Navys Condition at Same Time White House Announces Expectation of Another Naval Disarmament Conference to Be Summoned by President Co olid ge Within Chairman Butler Asks for Vote on Probe Industrial Payrolls Increase Eight Per Cent in November JXTO THtt PimtlTlVE Notice intending murderers Have a few friends Have enough money to hire a good lawyer a very good lawyer Then go ahead and do your stuff America is not hanging rich people or celebrities any more The rope tightens only on the necks of murderers who are so dumb as to be poor and so careless as to be obscure Nobody has any great doubl as and left A jury deliberates 7S hours tries hard to turn him loose and finally convicts him of man slaughter Manslaughter It is to laugh Why play around with juries or courts Why tinker with the machinery of justice Back to the law of the frontier Let every man be his own sheriff and every woman her own judge Send us in 10 gross of pistols discharge the police force and lets take life as it comes Ry the Associated Pros Paris Dec Minister Clementels suggestion of pooling the interallied war debt made in his balance sheet of Frances finan cial situation issued last Saturday is regarded in the highest banking circles as actually representing tho sentiment of the French govern meut as well as of French finance I The minister was bound it waa pi remarked to avoid for diplomatic payrolls lit the reasons being drawn into u cate reserve district tacreased S per cent goncal statement to that effect during November the federal re lience his declaration in the sorve for this district an chamber of deputies last night todav ln its monthly re employmentcon among financiers and M The increase was made in among public men closest to the th of lln actual employment cabinet however indicates that thegain of onetenth or one per French generally believe that theicent the report stated the fljian whole postwar financial settlement clal being attributed to long er working hours brought about by an expanding trade Lumber and its products showed the largest gain in volume or ein am alive As long as will not confess In the next paragraph an entry said I hereby swear that I killed a man named Thomas Griffin in Des Moines on Nov 10 The sum of was taken off the minis body mainly in S20 bills The money was strapped to his body beneath his shirt Ho also had two pistols said to have been stolon from the New Orleans bank Four dynamite caps were also found in his pockets with a quantity of ammunition llobbwl Cjirs AI one In the note book from the body of the dead man was written I am the man who killed Thomas Continued on pago two men and i others who do not relislt having the city heralded to the world as a hot j bod of crime a place where vice conditions arc allowed to flourish unheeded and jvildoors go unpun jishecl criticize tho John li llam I mond report which was made pub lic at Des Moinus yesterday This report I hey point out has no word of critHism of the law enforcing officers but does criticize tho method of the county attorney in conducting 1m office and the courts for thotr alleged leniency in passing senluncc upon such violat ors of ihe law as are arraigned be fore tli em itccord of Countv iood Rush for Vaccinations Follows News of Officials Death Doctors Report of Ihe iiiivy was mitt or at u slur A motion the I i ry tlic JreM Dec upon tocliiy by tlif In session I to ill Sccntarv an s xpedient 1 nller to tin mlaiions needs com as he to what happened when Mrs Mors should be revised Claim Many Concessions This churn to a new deal is based on the fact they point out that the treaty of Versailles has been ployment vised to French detriment thati clay and POPS QUIT AbKKADY Pop Warner is heaten right now and the fracas New Years day holds nothing for him but ratifica tion of his gloomy expectations We dont figure to lick em the Stanford coach says about the Notre Dame gridsters but well give era a helluva battle Now of course thousands of teauis feel that way every season hut its not good form to talk about it This antemortcm hedging is poor stuff COUR PLAY DKVJI Irvin Cobb denies hes dead Why Irvin Is that playing up It somebody has made you dead in print why not play corpse for a while Dont those story ti tles just jump at yon Recross ing the Styx A Corpse on Broadway Adventures of a Cad aver on the Streets oE Paducah Ky Fate had framed it all up for you to disprove the proverb that dead men tell ao tales And then you go and jim the ganm by insist ing youre not dead Somebodys liable to plug you out of sheer dis appointment largely thru the influence of their j principal creditors Great Britain and the United States they have I made concession v after concession until there is little Teft of their claims 011 Germanv they insist while their war debtors show little disposition to pay and their war creditors demand full payment Of the 15 billion francs gold owing to Prance for advances made during the war the counts on collecting nothing Italy contests part of the claim against that country and says she ought not to he called upon to pay any part of it Roumania has shown the great est sensitiveness when suggestions the industries glass products showed the largest decrease Lawyers Get for Saving Loeb and Mother May Rescue Boy Who Confessed Shooting from Cell Longtime residents call attention to the tact that Waterloo has fewer violent crimes than any other city of its size in the country and that Black Hawk comity holds the state record for prosecutions of violators i My tho AKNoilMlod Jnss MtiKon City In Doc T H ilcGhPO died Inst nliht afterl a weeks illness of Biiillnox Ho was taken to tho detention hospil tal CliriKiniiis day ultho it is huliovi ed lie luul bton 111 for threo or fuurl days previous The strain of carrying on the lutios of hiH in tho period before tho disease was is believed by pliyslciaus to hiivi been responsible for his death Smallpox her ban been of L variety but doctors this morning were experiencing a tremendous rush for vaccinations McGheo cainn here from Allama koe county 20 years ago after hav ing served as sheriff thore Ho wits a member of the lower nouso1 Council Bluffs la Dec Ray Snodderly Wichita Kvn youth who confessed fo a daring holdup here in whith two men were shot just for a thrill will relieved of bis 25year peniten MOOSe tiary sentence if his mother who is en route here from Wichita can Chicago Dec Lliat lle is ony 16 years old who saved Richard Loeb and NaAuthorities said today than Leopold jr from the gallows i If the mother cannot prove he is When they pleaded guilty to 17 a pardon from the gm naping and killing Robert Franks is al that can save him will receive for their Judge Wheeler who sentenced the services it became known today I youth said Snodderly repudiated Clarence Darrow veteran crimhis confession only after Sheriff inaJ lawyer and Benjamin and Waij Lainson had subjected him to a of the liquor laws and other of o representatives in the Thirtyi fenders eighth and Thirtyninth general as1 rr j w ii The dispatch filed from ncssomblies and was elected mayor of HlLYlGlf I Moines yesterday concerning the Mason City In 1I23 js stirviv llamniond report of his investign1 ed by two daughters and a son all tions for a committee of 100 busi adults ness men contained two glaring K T Patton commissioner of errors Ono said the report public safety automatically be charged the county attorney with comes mayor and tho third place on the unlawful collection of fines and tho commission be filled by ap pointment Hired hil liinne tin been informed unofficially President oolidge expected a con ference to lie held within a year looking to further naval disarm ament It was at the suggestion of Uinler however that the motion for an inquiry was made The chairman said hi supported such a step hocuiiHn hihad been charged with at tempt ing ro override the will ol ihe commit ee Defeat for Ailmiiiisl rat inn i I NVivs Washington I Dec aneoiisly with the aii noiiiicenient today ilitit President roolidgc hopes to setanother con ference for the limitation of naval armament within a year the hoiiKc naval affairs committee for a thoro investigation into tho present condition and needs of the American navy The vote for the congressional investigation was a severe feat for the administration forces which under the presidents guidance have consistently opposed any inquiry into the navvs al leged deficiencies at this ime Tim inquiry was voted furthermore after vigorous objections by Chairman ilutlcr Republican of Pennsylvania who said I know it is the view of President Coolidge that there will be ii not her arms conference within a year and we dont want any thing of Business to Pep Up for Pr were made that she let it ter Bachrach brothers share in I third degree how she thought of bow the matter the fee The proportion of division I Lainson announced he personal has not yet been made public would apply to the governor for of her debt ongit to be adjusted Kiiss Debt Wijed Off France has made no move in ref erence to Belgiums three billion franc debt wnile the six billion francs owed by Russia have been theoretically written off as uncol Finance Minister Clementel had no intention of proposing pooling of the interallied war debts he merely mentioned it as a theoretical view in his recent inventory of Frances financial position This explanation was given by M Cle mentel in a statement when he learned of the impression created by the inventory in the United States He declared he was the victim of The lawyers it is stated askeda pardon if all other methods fail for at the conclusion ofi the trial and tho the Leopold fami ily made no objection the Loeb family thought the amount sive After some discussion thej H0000 was agreed upon Darrowj is in Denver visiting his son Sheriff at Omaha Has Smeller Squad City Attoi Appointed to Fill Vacancy on Bench the other that ho had withheld fines that belonged to the school fund As a matter of fact the county attornev bus nolhiiiK to doj with the collection of any lines he does not handle a dollar of the countys money and he has nothing to do with tho school fund What here was apparently referred to was the controversy between tho county and Iho city over the fines and forfeitures collected in munici pal court Both the city and the county claim these tines and a suit is now on file in district court to Poliou determine the legal status of the e situation to determine whether Neighbors of Donko told stories the city shall keep these fines or suspicions meat cooking in turn them over o the county caldrons which tho farmer tended whore they would become a pan of i himself ICvideme was found of tho school fund Cannibal Man of Silesia Devoured 15 Men Police Believe Iterlin Doc Doiike the cannibal man of Aluenslerberg who lured victims to his lonely Si losian farm and ate them has noon practicing cannibalism for 10 years inveHtigtitioiiH lorlay reveal BAH THK College coaches are talking aibotu dribble from basketball The in dictment is that it is ono of the most dangerous ju sports today one from which serious in juries develop j True The impulse to stop that dribble is ono that quickly turns savage The frenzy of pursuit or the agony of interception makes it for the moment a matter of utter unimportance whether the dribbler gets out of tho smash unhurt or even alive Dribbling tempts charging The dribble is one ot the most spectacular features of the game There is no teamwork to a floor long dribble It is all individual stuff But its stellar H shines It brings the mob up with a yell And any guard who has found hip forwards covered has dribbled thru the jungle and has capped his trip with a he hatos to see the dribble barred Theyll be out one of lifes thrills Omaha Neb Dec Dan Phillips of Douglas county exi pects to have 40 or 50 warrants issued for suspicions places and i make the rounds Now Years eve a practice of quoting isolated six or eight extra deputies in sages without reference to the conJan attempt to stem the flow of tct whisky expected to be on hand for Strong Assurances hho occasion he announced last On the next three pages ot He said he expected to work inventory to that containing the in cooperation with government IIMO idea occur paragraphs givingofficials and police in hfs campaign meeting today itne strongest assistances that unlawful New Years vio eliminating the iocs not intend to repudij lations ate hor debts and emphasizing tho I fact that the new cordiality has developed in her relations with the allied countries during the last six months warrants belief that the problem of interallied debts can be approached with mutual desire for conclusion of an understanding which will lo equitable for all the interested parties I down Apprehension Subsides Washington IX C Dec Unequivocal assurance from the French embassy that France had no thought of disavowing her war debt to the United States has serv succeeded ed largely today to mollify the Dea Monies Dec L j McCord Sac City today ap pointed judge of the sixteenth ju dicial district to succeed Judge 1C Ct Albert Jefferson Judge Al bert resigned and was elected jus tice of the state supreme court in tho Nov 4 election McCords appointment will be ef fective until the next general elec tion Gov Kendall also announced the appointment of II X Iloldsworth Iowa City as a member of the state board of accountancy for the three year term beginning Jan 1 Holds worth succeeds John W Ieiscn El dora British Soldiers Quell Indian Riot Calcutta Dee of Suket in thePunjab rose in arms yesterday attacked and burned Green Is Unwilling to Promise to Stick to Gompers Policies Washington D C Dec 30 William Creen new president of tho the residence of the fiscal of American Federation of Labor de wave of apprehension enveloping the American capital on the heels of what was construed as a hint from Paris of the possibility of such a course In reiterating the f their government to meet its olili licer Natives held the minister re sponsible for a now and unpopular land settlement A Hritish political officer at the head of a small body I its tight for full and complete rrr of troops rushed to the scene on the part of all emplov in restoring order ers of labor for the principle of collective bargaining for justice This controversy has been going on for nine years It involves about 10000 Omissions in Hammond Report What Hammond failod to say in his report wns that the county is withholding its half of tho expense i of operating tlio municipal court I until the court decides to whom tho fines belong The Hammond report states that the county attorney has been filing more than one action for injunc tion in litiuor cases against the same individual The record in the clerks office shows two injunctions in the same name but it was found upon inquiry that two men bear tho same name Criticism IK made that the county attorney has not brought action for the state mulct tax in liquor cases Thr record sliows that Ml per con of the liquor actions are for illegal possession or manufacture and not for illegal sales The mulct applies only where sales can bo proved The Hammond report criticizes the county attorney fnr tint specify ing in his applications for injunc tion the street and nurnlivr of the the death of 15 men recently Deii ke having preserved their clothing Tho cannibal man committed sui cide when arrested Dec exccut Ives speed up and sot the pace will I bo more prosperous than Ifi2l lOd ward M Hurley Democratic mem ber of the American foreign dcbt commission declared today We are prone to expect in creases In business by tho magic wand method of nutking surveys holding conferences etc but busi ness does not increase in this way the real reason is because wrare not working hard enough Hurley said Confidence is always necessary to improve business but conlidonce without real effort will show only mediocre results If our business managers increase their rlliciency 10 per ci nl in there will be no question that it will be a ban ner year Davis Wont Talk About Resignation Washington D C Doc 30 The question of whether Secretary of Labor lames J Davis will re lire from the cabinet next March as lias hein expected was raised today following the secretarys re turn from a 52day tour of South America Davis dec lined to con lirm or deny that he woiul relin quish his post and indicated he would talk the matfr over with President Coolidgr before there is any definite decision eland today in the first statement Place to bo abated he has made since assuming office 1 from inspection of c that organized labor would continue by bootleggers and not in a build it is impossible to u umber Courts It is apparenl uses that sales on the si reels nu thrreforo iivc n street rulin Continued on ase two column four 1JKATKX I5V BANDITS t decent wages and tolerable and hu Des Moines Dec j nia conditions of employment i crnn 01 Ki 11 i reen said he would strive to carry out the mandates of the fed A large part o the reiinrt is aj stricture upon the municipal court and district conn judges 1 The cases rrir bv Ham San Franciscan May Be Apaches Victim i Paris Dec Ksmolc Kan Francisco business man who disappeared Doc 1 f from Paris when lu was taking a rest cure may have been the unfortunate whose body was found Dor lit nn dnr a railroad bridge on the bank of a canal police lielieved today Tho h1 adless body was wrapped ill a San Francisco newspaper done here to interfere with his plans or with the holding ot such a conference Notwithstanding this plea the committee straight away voted for the inquiry and decided to call Secretary Wilbur Jan S to explain the navys shortcomings in auxiliary naval craft gun elevation and al lied subjects The secretary of state has re ported Butler said that conditions of the existing arms treaty are be ing carried out with scrupulous honesty Everything we do or talk about is watched in Europe he added I dont think it is causing feverish anxiety but it is being watched closely think should know what want to ask the secretary before he comes OmMootiujr Callcd Off The rtsohition calling Secretary Wilbur was adopted after Butler had declared indignantly I seem to have been accused of failing to comply with the wishes of this committee to have the seo jretnry before us I He admitted he had called cK a previous meeting of the secretary with the committee Congressman Britten Republic ian Illinois leader of the commUtee forces setking the navy probe an nounced his satisfaction with the committee action 1 understood the secretary was ready to discuss elevation tho naval guns and new naval construc lion ho said I dont understand the attitude of those who should want to prevent the secretary from discussing the condition of tue navv or expressing he views of rhe ad ministration i Seems InelVicient i Congressman Viuson Democrat i Georgia retorted i I would be glad to have an ir vostication of the administration H seems to be inefficient We turn ed over to n great naval oil re servos and thgreatest navy in the i world and now we have neither ilos MninnK Dec H L Vinson had been urging Ihe corn Kelly church eHciiticy export from lni ioi o alco UP rt once the navy Illinois will address Yiq Iowa ion bill whith iie admit tist ministers attending their cliane of passage at al state conference and trainini school horn today The conference onened last wiih an ot Firpo Claims Hes to Fight Gibbons in London in March I t nt Tila t NVvs Ixmdon Dee Luis Angel Firpo Wild Hull of the and Tommy Cibbons have been matched to light in London Firpo 7iiade lite here to day and said that the agreement was an oral one Tin bout will take place in March with a split of GO for tho winner from a purse of j 20000 pounds or about 100000 i in American money j Expert Bricker was beaten into insensibili ty and robbed of his money when he attacked two bandits whom ho era s recpnt convention j mond where arraicnod in caught ransacking his home hero I1 E1 bllt V commit j municipal court with driv last night Bricker was taken to a to pursue onipletely the nig motor while intoxicat hospital where he recovered I policies of the late Samuel whom he succeeded SIIK OlJfJHT HUT CAX S1IK Somewhat alarmed at the vigor ous views expressed in Washing ton regarding collection of the French debt to this country var ious spokesmen oC France hasten a diplomatic retreat from Clemen tnVs Sunday statement suggesting repudiation Jusserand and oth ers say they intend to pay But the incident has left this nation with an uneasy feeling that the repudia tion attitude is the real attitude and that were it not for diplomatic considerations it would be openly adopted Crowding of People in Overpopulated Centers Blamed for War and Kluxers Nebraska Warfis of Another Cold Wave on Way from North od are those hronsrh under a city ordinance where Si on is the max imum fine Walt or Ii French county attor ney when Interviewed todav suited ho bad no comment to mum the report other than to cll at ten night with an aildn by Dr Emory W Hunt president o Buckuc11 univprsHy Other speakers on todays program in dude Or P C Wrijrhr Now York and Dr G A Htintlcv China MKKT 17 Des Moines Dec iowu SVMXKU WOMAN DKAD Traveling Men s association Suinner la Dec 0Mrs wili hold us fortyfourth nnniial iJam Troloar died at p m ycs convtition herIan 17 Klection tordnv at the family home Her of officers will lo held at this inertj husband one daughter and rivo nS I sons survive ion to tho fa thai ui 1 i Press Chicago Dec people together into overpopulatod centers wns responsible for the world war the Ku Khtx klnn and prtsent immigration problems Louis I Dublin president of tho j American Statistical association declared in his address to the an The nnoslion of what to do nual meeting here todav about the Irencli debt ia not one at law or equity Both speak for Its collection It is rather a prob lem of economics CAN France pay it That was the question that finally liad to be asked regarding the German reparation and the i Wherever people are forced to gether there is antagonism and pnjudire Nationalistic feeling the cause for tho klan and the immi gration laws has arisen thru nat ural distrust of outsiders ment at the newcomers success iand fear at bis rapid fertility i At Ihe annual meetinsr of the Nai the east itional Sociologists Warren S i Pro ot population problem iy the Thompson of the Rcripps greatest one today Dublin assert1 tion declared that city life leads to n1 ip Crowding people together in i race suicide Omaha Neb Dec 0 Tho fourth cold wave of the month is on its way from the north and will striko Nebraska tonight Forecast er Robins predicted today If the thermometer goos below zro to night or tomorrow all previous or December will brok en Rollins said Robins warned hippers to protect for five below in 10 below in the and acts acts 1 office toeother other county ofiicials are c ly examined and cheeked me year not by si ifronst itited sons hut by legnllv apnoiiilo rosontat ives from the stale tors office railed sTate In 01 of Zoo Scientist Urges More Cooperation of Scientific and Religious Students Mivtir Mnstr Ttirvis for San Male audi 11 K s tvo Tnith i Ilit study Dr lOdward L Rice rclivim vice pri sident of the ser l ion of the American Association for the Advancement of Science time is at hand when we have srot central Europe caused the world war Crowding iTi the United States was responsible for the Ku Klnx Crowding in Japan has led klan o ask it about Iiis country to the desire for spreading out to the French debt tot other countries and is responsible j for our present immigration laws Rural conditions are much more favorable to the jenrincr of fair sized families than urban life he declared Country children are more useful and country girls nro better homemakcrs than their city sisters the southern part of Tho mean temperature r is now more than 10 low normal horo the for FAKMnorsK is nruNKD Sunnier la Dec rosi dence on I lie McMoans fftrm near here occupied by the Johnson fam ily was destroyed by lire early yes terday morning this session It would have blocked any investigation into the condition navy It seems to b1 the avowrsfl pur pose of some members of this com mitee to kovp the secretary of the navy away said Britten We seea fr he afraid to have an inves tigation or inquiry that may dis lose something detrimental to the navy or to the administration 1orcwl by Vinson OUST ssman Andrew Republic an Massachusetts reported hs wanted information from the secre tary as to the need of a possitility of jrun elevation and McCMntic Democrat Oklahoma is seeking light on naval aviation and its ne C ssii y The decision to call Secretary WiMinr was forced by Vinon He asked tlyvt the secretary should tes tify on the Britten bill calling ior new naval construction as recom mended by th nava1 general board under its 20year building pro gram While the navy probe was being voted at the capitol it was an nounced at the White Hoisc that President CooUdgo is doubtful of thnecessity of fiscal year the eijrht new cruisers recently authorized by congress The Courier should br deliv ered at your homo before oclock If thru error of the carrier hoy or other cause yon fail to receive your paper by that time pleaso Vlione 5IOO and copy of tlio paper will be sent riiorr rails must roucli bis office beforo p m VFUthe Associated rnPP Bryans main attack he said is Washington C Doc tn arunmeiit dedired trom the as CrKhiLmore unprejudiced eooper of Jli literal accuraiy of ation in scientifuand rclisioiisi the bible in he first two ohaptors of Cetiesis in particular This as sumption in not hibliiMl it was not uniforinly accepted in t h e early church nor is it nccptfd by in a paper prepared of the meet the loading bible scholars of o inir of that section today eTiararj day i torixed thr views of WilUam Darwins work on the contrary j Bryan on evolution as dogmatic is based upon a hypothesis of wuaf i PFDAR and dangerous to relieion Bryan terms a followed byl Dr Hicc who is professor or 701 tho most complete vofilicatioii andJ olopy in Ohio Wesleyan univorsity I leading to U of probability a Methodist institution contrasted amounting to practical certainty ft I Cochir Falls 50 tlio methods of thought and deduoiis to be hoped that tho omcVmoi p in today ov used lion which he said wore pursued i of the present controversy may be estimated OOO lothe by Bryan in his attack on the tho alliance of a more seientre of Vnink tiitchcock 709 Washing theory of evolution with those used i religion and a more religious j ton tnrect Mr Hitchcoelt is I science 1 iutant or the American FALLS HOME IS DAMAGED BY ETIDC Fire if I by Darwin   

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