WE ARE THE TEN TRIBES

Chicago, July 18.—At a meeting to-day of persons interested in establishing the identity of Anglo-Saxons with the House of Israel, or the "lost ten tribes," held in the Y. M. C. A. parlors, an Anglo-Israel Association was organized. The object of the association is to spread the truth of the claimed identity with the chosen people. It will be the purpose of the organization to hold meetings at regular intervals, when papers will be read upon the theme, discussions had thereon, questions answered, and literature distributed. The fact that England and the United States bear all the marks by which the kingdom of Israel was to be identified in these latter days, and that the people are accomplishing the especial mission of this people, has been a source of wonder to many Bible students. A temporary organization was effected, with George E. Inglis as chairman, and George Ker as secretary.

Denver, Col., July 19, 1898.

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