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8 THE PALT LAKE TlttBTJXE: MOXJAT MOBXIXG, JANUARY 11, 190 4. , l
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FINE GHURGH RECORD
H 1 Rev. William H. Fish and
H' His Good Work.
H WHAT ONE YEAR HAS YIELDED
, Church Built and Paid fsr, and
H: Bebts Wiped Out.
People of the First Unitarian Church
H; I . Will Hold a Dedicatory .
At.ihe close of his sdrmon at' the First
H: I Unitarian church yesterday morning,
H; ' liev. William JI. Fish, Jr., made a state-
mont of the financial condition of the
fl rchurch which was a source, of gratl-
1 ligation to cverj' member of the .society,
H; every one interested In the Unitarian
Hp ' jnovement In this city. For several
Jycnrs past the society lias had up-hill
)ork in this community, so far as the
financial part of the church was con
. ,j Terncd, and has been burdened from
f 'j ji'ear to yciir not only with the regular
Bh ;ebts of the churchi "but with the ap-
H jamais from old creditors for the pay-
. .K'tiL of money Ion? due.
. During the past week the last of
. yhese debts has been wiped out. Many
j f the creditors were generous with the
H Society and were wijling to accept 50
l! Ifyer cent of the amount due, while others
ij were paid in full. In addition to the
i i, payment of these old debts, the society
',1 alias within the past year raised funds
,' j With which to build its new church,
1 . Costing about S1G.000, Rev. Mr. Fish
HHH 1 1 tatlng yesterday morning' that all but
;'j '00 of the amount had been raised. Of
j ' ' tills about half has been subscribed, and
1 ft Is the hope of the pastor and others
I Interested in the congregation that this
mount will be raised by one week from
! .tonight, when the annual meeting and
larish supper will be held.
1 a Not until all the debts hanging over
the church have been fully -wiped out
,jv1'1 tlu-: 11 eU" nail be dedicated. If, as
I .Is expected, the full amount shall he
bj.aised during the coming week, the ded-
1 C 'J-atlon service will probably be held
; 3 he last Sunday in January or the first
Sunday in February. Rev. David Ut
, , ter pastor of the First Unitarian church
u .of Denver, and for a number of years
I of he pastor here, is to be Invited to take
j?pnrL in the dedicatory service,
j ! Rev. William H. Fish, Jr.. whose ef-
j; forts In the upbuilding of the Unltar-
i 'ian church In this city have been
Trowned with such success, came here
r just about a year ago, succeeding the"
I ' 'Rev. Philip S. Thacher, whose health
required his removal to a balmier cli
H 'l 'niate. -The new pastor has Influential
j friends, in all parts- of- the country, but
. particularly In Massachusetts and other
)! -New England States, where he lived the.
I greater- j)art of his life. Last summer he
, wi&nt to Boston and succeeded In raising
t) a large part of the amount needed for
J the erection of the church here and
' ?Z?aused so much Interest among hln i
' 1 ' friends that subscriptions have been
jcomlng In varying amounts over since.
jRev. Mr. Fish was yesterday the
recipient of many congratulations from
the members of the church because of
,'he -work he has done since- coming
njj GOOD TEMPEEANCE TALK. j
Elder Spencer at the Tabernacle Con-
r ' demns Strong- Drink.
I I F.lder Samuel Spencer occupied the
I j entire time at the regular Tabernacle
I j'J ."crvlce? yesterday afternoon and de-
1 N votud the time to expounding a num-
i I T uer oC 1,10 manciples of the Mormon
J I'll doctrine. Among others he referred to
J M the teachings regarding the virtue of
I ' (jjnen as well as women, 'and said It was
1 (j .jP shame If there are today any men
I ) "raised In the church whose virtue Is not
Li "as pure as the day they were born. He
1 l r.nld further that there is an influence
"In the Mormon teachings that will keep
J H- nien away from saloons-, that will keep
Hii P. them from swearing, that will make
, them hold virtue dearer than their
HH j K The non-use of tea and coffee and
J y Strong drink was also set forth by Elder
Hrj V Spencer as one of the prime principles
hl ft Jgf tlie- Mormon faith and said If any
Hll I' g.iormon indulged in these, it was not
1 ii I l3h fault C his teachings. He added.
I ihowever, that parents, while teaching
I : hese principles to their children, often
f 'tfall to live up to them themselves. This
J rauses their children to lose confidence
1 V them and drives them out Into the
Hl.l fr at reels to listen to something el?e. He
j K .flierefore appealed to purents JLo live
m H ftl' i0 tllC:Ir teauhlnge, saying that ho
;1 J I fSklieved the Latttr-day Saints would bf
M il j )eld responsible for their practices as
j iell as their teachings by precept.
j i Mfter the slngljig of "Rouse, Ye Mor-
lals," by the choir. Elder Rudger Claw
son pronounced the benediction and the
congregation was dismissed.
DEATH OF JOHN TINGEY.
Old and Very Highly Bespected
Citizen Passes Away at the
Age of 82.
Bishop John Tingey. father of the
State Auditor. C. S. Tingey, and one
of the old and respected residents of
Salt Lake City, died from old age at j
10:-4n yesterday morning. He was !
born December 27, S2 years ago. at
Colmworth. Bedfordshire, England.
He married Phoebe Stafford .Tune 27,
1S47, and came to America in 1S50.
For two years he lived In St. Louis,
and then came to Utah, arriving In
Salt Lake in September, 1S52. He de
voted his time chiefly to church work
and was bishop of the Seventeenth
ward from lS80 to 1S9R.'
TIh wife died ten years ago. and he
has been failing fGr the past two
years. He passed away peacefully at
ills home, 130 North Second West. Five
grown children survive him. They are
Mrs. Ed Sloan, Joseph S. Tingey of
the Dcseret News, Frank S. Tingey,'
1 Mrs. W. B. Ncbeker and Auditor C.
S. Tingey. Ho had thirty-four grand
children, many of whom are grown.
The funeral will lake place at I
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, from the
Seventeenth ward meeting-house.
OPPOSES LEGAL EXECUTIONS
Socialists Listen to a Lecture on
Capital Punishment by War- -ren
The Socialist local held a meeting In
Harmdny hall at S o'clock last evening.
The Regal quartette rendered some sweet
musical selections. Tho chairman then an
nounced the speaker. Warren Foster, who
delivered a lecture on "Capital Punish
ment." treating the subject In an able
manner fron his standpoint, arguing that
the Infliction of thn death penalty does
not stop the taking of human life. AH
aces have proved that all laws in regard
to this crime, he said, have not been
remedial in staying t.ljc hand of the slayer,
no matter what motives may have moved,
the murderers or assassins.
There was a fair and Intelligent audi
ence present, who gave strict attention
during the whole time taken by the
The best that money can Vjy should be
vour aim" in choosing a medicine, and this
Is Hood's Sarasaparllla. It cures when
The ITew York Limited and Its New
Gives Now York passenger ia St.
Louis gateway the same travel luxu
ries for which the Pennsylvania lim
ited has become famous. The New
York limited, leaving St. Louis union
station at 12 30 o'clock noon dall3' over
Vandalla-Pennsylvanla Short Lines,
now consists of new" 41brar -smoking
car, drawing-room sleeping-car, dining-car
service and new observation
compartment sleeping-car with ob
servation parlor. The train Is electric
lighted and runs solid to New York.
Passengers reach Twenty-third street
station. New York city. 6 o'clock p. m
next day. For particulars, address J.
M. Chesbrough, A. G. P. Agt., SOU
Century building, St. Louis.
LECTURE ON LINCOLN.
Judge Zane Gives Personal Reminis
cences of His Friend, the
v Martyred President,
Unity hall was well filled last evening
when Judge Charles S. 7.une delivered his
lecture on "E'ersunal RoininlKeenco.x of
Lincoln." The martyred President was a
personal rlend of Judge Zane, who last
night retailed numerous Interesting evonta
In his life and paid a tribute to the man
whnec- name, he said, will no dow n the
ages side by side with that of the Father
of Ills Country, to be an Inspiration to
all men. The beautiful musical numbers
on the programme were furnished by Mlsa
Irani Watson, pianist, and Miss Emily
Larsen, soprano soloist.
Sellers & Holt still doing "business at
Utah State Livery Stables. 233 State,
'Phone 308. Usual prices.
Retiring from business; sale of pianos,
Daynes Music Co., 74 Main.
RECOVERS AFTER OPERATION
Wife of Popular Pastor Rallies From
.the Effects of a Serious
Mrs. P. A. Simpkln, wife of the pastor
of Phillips Congregational church, Is re
covering froiri the effects of a vury serious
operation performed at, the Holy Crow
hospital on Friday last, II was for ap
pendicitis and the removal of gull stonci,
but, despite the seriousness of the opera
tion Mrs. Simpkln quickly rallied from the
shock, and It la believed by the .attending
physician that her recovery Is a question
of but a short time.
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jBllj i Luxuriant jp?
"M V Produced byW"n
Assisted bv Cutlcura Ointment, purest 0
ivuttst ot etcoUient skin nurifitra.
Wrhe bwutyofa a
house is only paint deelp
I 9 1 is s'tiranteed to keepmft;
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rinos rii.NT co. , Jl
Patton'3 Sun-Proof Paints Are "s
Tho Big "Wall Paper Hou3efi,ili".::
326 Stato St., Salt Lako (Jihti
PormanonUy CunxL Yon can bo treitcdaf)M)
undor nmo (.-uoranty. Capital eoOO.000. t Hyiat
tho most obstinate cases YohTo cured tno-gMMft
cases in 15 to V days. If yon havo taken eni'.
lodldo potash nnd still have acnes and P,n VJ t
PotchoB iu Month. Sore Throct. P'nnilMpoWTilr
Colorel Spota, Ulcere on any pnrt of tho ,1C'VMV1
or Ejobrowa fclllnc out. wrlto for proofcol cak
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Ij rirj$ THE SENSATION OF THE DAY :
I I rWrpdRpfiinmin&r . ' wAW lfredRenjaiiiin5(9 ,
ell),eull)UMIII,aV; : Xeyer such value-giving as at this store for the past week, in all higli-guade Clothing anil jjfv d X c irwyoRK '
r MAKERS AlEWyRK ; Furnishings. The men have thronged to this store each day since the sale started eagerly LVJS, , r rnh M ' - l
8 , )(. CorrcctClofheshjrMen snapping up 1 he wonderful bargains offered, fully appreciating flint they are getting the best. ff ft vwSC - '
l ipa,' Hffl V ' most up-to-date merchandise that money can buy and at such a. fearful price slaughter it must ZllAJlM 'M jfeiil
j 'fl? j "PPeal to them. 'All the famous Alfred JJenjamiri & Co. Suits and Overcoats are on sale. Kib
-'J Suits and Overcoats o n sale this Aveek at the folJoAving "wonderful reductions: '
I.Zj 6 -v. jj I All Suits and Overcoats worth li.n0 to 1-1.00, All Suits and Overcoats worth $:20, 25 and i fe
M 1 ' fK r""5 A11 Suils aiul Overcoats worth Slu.OU, 10.00 All Suits and Overcoats worth :IO.OO m fefcM S IkV
I F Pf 1 ALL BLACK SACK SOUS SALE ON "UNDERWEAR fl 1
R m 1 1,1,111 Dl'pss 0l" Tuxedo Suits at tlO per cent Union and Two-piece Suit at the following -W &
m K discounl from regular price. great reductions: . frill W W W
1 Ii mM'it 20.00 Values at : 10.00 1.50 Values at 9,1c ' ' 'M 1 4 M W$i
1 II till ' V&l 25.00 Values at 20.00 2.50 Values at 1.75 - ,:f V ffl y 'Mfc
j I ft 'HT' B" 80.00 Values at 2-1.00 3.50 Values at :...2.(J5 K II ? Mi
m 1 Wk 35.00 Values at J. 2S.OO 5.00 Values at I. 3.75 IM pfi WS
m 5 VM 15.00 Values at ' 30.00 7.00 Values at ' 5.00 m W.
H 8 J ' Come Monday and all week. Every day a bargain day; never such opportunity, never such j ifL ,J
S 1 '"'jP iiii nrn-niriMimr values given take advantage. "