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M THE FATS? LiAKB TRIBUTE: FRIDAY MOKJSTJsG, JAjSTUABYT 22, 1904. 9
I cal Meeting in the City
m Brotherly Lve.
jlSCHROHDER 0N DECK
Wirmon MissUnarlas Try.
to Be Heard.
1 Resolutions Adopted Express
le Wishes of Those Present
s to Unseating Smoot.
Wont Joseph Swain ol Swarthmore
kjf presided over an anti-Snoot
g in Horticultural linll, Philndcl
on Sunday, u meeting which fur
ijk good indication of the temper of
Mntcrn people in the matter of un-
JJjjSchrocder, a lawyer, now of Now
ul formerly of Salt Lake, nnd a
Jfljfot Mori? on practices for many
frevas one of the principal speakers,
ftS Sarah Elliott was another.
TPfREADY TO DEBATE,
tijmormon missionaries Invaded th
lg and almost caused a riot They
Brcmarks several times during the
ifcffcs. and ofter the spcakern were
h trled to get on the platform and
'.Fto tho accusations of the Gentiles,
ini'e latter would not stand for and
fiThc janitor to put them out, but he
mF: This angered tho antis. and they
pttho lights, and the. Mormon wont
tb the foyer, whoro this conversa
Ifaok place between them and sorne
leaders of the antis;
"j&EELIXG GROWS BITTER.
Ijjfaro a Mormon," said one of the
ntnj, and a polygamous son of a Mor
2frotortd Isaac Ball.
lUIbcllcve in polygamy? How many
iflhave you?" retaliated his adver-
JTnie present my wife," said the Mor
inlfislouary as his wife stepped for-
tehe your only wife or your fifth.'"
Ithe sarcastic Inquiry. Then the
ians turned on their heels and dc
Jwriie lights in the foyer were ex
lehed and the Mormons went their
lylral evidence of the pr.sence of tho
toffs. was when Mrs. Elliott spoke of
iinvy In I'tiih, and they applauded,
gain when the oomo speaker at
itt.eSenator Smoot they called out.
'l's not true Isaac Ball and his
Jflnd. eight young women composed
lfl-IOT SHOT FOR SMOOT.
ropravcr by Dr "Wayland Hoyt, Mrs.
I, jjTesld"nt of tho Congress of
rs. spoke and said In brief:
Soot Is an apontle of the Mornon
Jiand for tho protection of the home
Inecessary that we voice pur sentl
Magulnst him. We ate conservative
ttitand we arc united apalnst the po
aous teaching nnd practice of tho
Von church. There arc more than
Jtwonicn enlisted In this movement
ilntain the moral rtandard. We havo
e"d n. lawyer to tight our cano against
Itjtl was assured by Senators thnt
"fc'Ewomen hadn't taken this stand
Vwould have been no Investigation of
it!s case "
jjFJGIir AiD DIE TALK,
ikmcndatlnn of the efforts of the wo
fol" tho nation agnlnst Smoot was
Sby the Rev Charles Wood of tho
Id! 'Presbyterian church. He said In
Intakes little difference to the nation
(rgb what sort of a man we have in
ijouncllx or as Mayor of Philadelphia
iw York but when it comes to tho
Sii Legislature the queallon Is of
Importance Are wo going to put
ia. man who ha sworn to tight and
Mhis church7 JIo cares no more for
inltcd States than he docs for Russia
("CLASSED AS A CRIMINAL,
jjl bigoted enough to oppose a man
bc of his religion? I nnswer "yes" If
ch'cs hi n to be a criminal. Smoot
ornlon. Am I to bcllcvo a Mormon
Msrjures himself 10.000 times without
light that he wad Jerjurlng himself?
f'an officer nf the church and doing
Jjcnn to propagate Its teachings,
f Include allegiance to Mormoniem
Qance of allegiance to our Govern
f itcn a man In this city takes two
fSwe call him a bigamist and clap
tjja'il. In Utah such a man is polyg
fand thny clan hln in tho United
jnro not judging this man. All we
thul Congress Investigate him."
I0HROEDER IN" THE FIGHT.
SSchroeder, a New York lawyer, ad
the light of Smoot to believe
'cr he chose but ho said tho objec
'Bto him as a Seralor were based upon
6ict that he was disqualified because
jffcd'an allegiance higher than to the
4ha.s taken a solemn oath, to which
Inched tho death penalty," declared
JBLwycr, "to defend his church, nnd
controls not only his religion, but
lings. Those to whom he owes al
ice are treasonable to tho Govcrn-
fSISfenator Smoot has taken an oath
cnge upon the Vnlted Slates the
fit the prophets, Joseph and Hyrum
J f DENIALS OF NO AVAIL,
rotofore tho Mormons have always
If the charge of polygamy, and In
itrials perjury was freely used, even
.e" women. If there Is any evidence
fJJthe charge tnust stand In spite of
a from that source."
.Quoted the oath of the church, the
f:,agalnst this nation, and declared
here never was a time when a. Mor
svpUld not defy the Government, Mr.
:oot owes allegiance to treason. It
mpk question of loyalty, and upon
flmand that Smoot be excluded,"
If Elliott discussed the spread of Mor-
m from I'tah Into neighboring West
I tales. She declared Smoot a menace
'.; ir, Govrennienl, and attacked tho
Con church for Us unrighteous teach
lid Its treason to the Government.
jj lOOT FORMALLY ARRAIGNED.
ee resolutions were adopted:
4 lorcas, Accumulating evidence shows
the practice of polygamous? cohabltn
itlll continues In Utah and neighbor
tales and Territories,
Bicrcas, Tho president and apostles of
Mormon, hierarchy openly continue
ijractlcc it, regardless of tho agrcc
$,lwlth tho Government to abandon It,
f V5rca'i The doctrines and covennnts
' MIormon church still Include polvg-
arid Us tenets without any change,
)i hfercas, Mr. Smoot. as an elder In the
l ion church, was obliged to tako an
PJ: primal fealty to tho church In
4 frai matt-rs. and to whlh church he
sjjils first allegiance, and
P li1"0 JIr- Smoot. as an apoatlc and
i hvofflcer In the Mormon church. Is
.' "ajtt of tho continuance of polygan
j onabltation by s president, Joseph
f. and many of tho apostles, nnd,
ore, countenances such practices,
icrcos, By reason of thesp facts and
aW ho la shown to have -i higher alle.
n matters of .-tain than that which
to the I nlte.l State?.
mrf, thorcforo, we petition the Senato
A Graceful Frock.
DESIGN BY MAY MANTON.
' GIRL'S SHIRRED COSTUME i?16.
Tucks and shirt ings suit little girls' frocks to a nicety and are seen on all the
best models. The very pretty dress shown includes both, and Is made of a nov
elty material, paJe gTcen with dots of a darker shade, combined with deep cream
colored lace. The deep bertha is very generally becoming, and the entire design
an excellent one. If liked the yoke and sleeves can be omitted and the -waist
made to wear with a gulmpe cut from the model of the body lining. The quan
tity of material required for a girl of 10 years of age is 7i yards 21, fiu yards 7.
or 4 yards -M inches wide, with yard of all-over laco. A May Man ton pattern!
No. -1616, sizes C to 12 years, will be mailed to any address by the fashion depart
ment of this paper on receipt of 10 cents.
Pattern No (Ten Cents Inclosed.) 5
As orders are filled from the East, it will require about 10 davs from relnt
of the United States to investigate these
charges, and If found true, that Reed
Smoot be expelled from membership."
STATE EBUCAT0RS T0 MEET.
Superintendents, College Men , and
Teachers to Assemble in
A call has been made for a meeting
of the County Superintendents of the
State in this city on the first Friday
nnd Saturday of February, for the pur
pose of determining what requirements
shall bc expected of eighth grade pupils
this year. The meeting will decide
whether the requirements arc to be the
same for the city and country students
and, If not, what the difference
President Kingsbury of the Utah
University, Professor Stewart of the
State normal school and, likely. Presi
dent Kerr of the Agricultural college
will bc present at the meeting and lec
ture on subjects to be assigned later.
City Superintendent Chrlstenscn Is
arranging for a meeting of the city
teachers on one of the above dates, and
the County Superintendents will be in
vited to be present. A prominent lec
turer will be secured for the occasion
to Bpcak on matters of direct interest
to nil connected with school worlc.
Are Little Patches of Eczema
on the Skin, Scalp, J
and Hands I
Which are Instantly Relieved
and Speedily Cured by warm
baths with Ctftictfra Soap
and gentle applications of Qis
ticara Ointment, the great
Skin Cure, to be followed in
severe cases by mild doses of
Complete Local and Constitution! Treat
ment tny now bc had of nil dmjrelstA for
One Dollar A single set is often sufficient to
cure the inot distressing cauci.
'i "i I 'i 1
BETTER THflH QQlD
for the tcoth. It provonts decay. It
hardens tho gums and purifies tins
breath and mouth.
I Of Fine, Furniture Intended for 1
1 Holiday Trade, but delayed In tran-
I sit, now to be sold regardless of
0 I. X. Ij. Furniture and Carpet 1
Installment House, 1
S B. Second South 3L 1
1 PA, SORENSEN, Propr. 1
(S LOOK THE PA- H
1 tT-v, M. I PER3 OYER I
I J ft I CAREFULLY and
I 1 ofil y0 won't find any- I
1 S ww tl10 ,f"rT w G d 1
9 Lrm--- you don't llko it 1
H you don't r.ced to keep It, and wo
m don't want you to n
I Meighn St. 1
H Successor to Pleasant Valley H
S Coal Company. S
8 LESS THAN HALF-PRICES .. ' I
II YOUR CHOICE AT HALF PRICE. I
jff The stock is represented in a greater number of differen t-sl-yles than is usually mainttuned elsewhere in similar, mod- fe
crate priced lines. - q Isa IH
Of sizes from Zi to 42 they are made of cheviots and kerseys, in castor and black only; cape shoulders S JJ n) )) 11
and half tight fitting back, ?6.50 to ?S.50, for . i .- O
SMH1RT WAOSTS ' ' LAMES5 JACKETS I
It's ever In vogue, the shirt waist. The first thought of Spring Is reprc- ' Included in the sale are tho latcat style conceptions. But the season Kcs
fnHl sented In IL Alwayp popular and dainty the shirt waist was at first -is waning. These half prices make it possible to supplant the old gar- ffV
fe?3 shown in generous profusion, but heavy, steady sales have left but a ment which has supplied the requisite demands of usefulness. These ape- fegj
Inn) small quantity . In sizes from 34 to 40. The unusual price Is to cial sale Jackets possess all of the latest stylo features, devoid of the ex- jfjy
simply remove a line which has become slightly soiled through nan- treme In fashion, to that extent that no style-change will Impair appear- iaS
h dllng. But the fact remains that a bit of laundering will make them ance for service next winter. The very styles which we show will be pop Oj
SSjS as smart as new. And yet no starchy transformation r rs. g ular then as they are now.
ever wrought results equal to the original selling prices J WJj) j
Ppl of $4.75 to $3.50 and the exceptional reduction to. Uo & &MlW(B Sftdk ffl&p MsM IT th& Ogkiall IFMS3
This sale touches the extreme In unusualnesa of reductions. Early gag
Pw LAST TTVO DATS OF THE MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SALE. shopping Is advisable.
H KEITH-0'BR.IEN COMPANY IZJc B0,r.
piES i smes 1 mw 1 1
I Commencing FRIDAY MCmXJNG, JAXUAKY and continuing until February 10th, we, will sell -the -fol, I '
lowing lines of high grade dependable footwear at prices ranging from one-fourth to one-half off regular prices: 9
Original reasonable prices. Eemarkablc reduced prices. A combination of these prices make possible a fine line of shoes
200 pairs of Ladies' Patent Ideal Kid Lace ' dOO pairs of ladies' street ana dress Boots in 1
H and Button Shoes, with Cuban and CilliiiiSiBiB I welted and turned soles. This lot contains 1 .H
3 French heels, light turn soles and newest )&' nil the new heel and toe shapes, and all 1)1
. toe shapes. These shoes, arc strictly thc best leathers' 8uch as yici kid' corona 1 M
1 500 pairs of ladies' fine Yici kid hand-turned jjS I
and hand-welted street and dress Boots. I MSSi J5I 3I P mh's f ladieS' Xf0l'd tieS 1U Paten
with Cuban, military and boot heels, pat- I Mttffilj' an(l V'ei kkl stocks' E(?s
ent leather tips. THIS IS THE SHOE S , tMSm "lar price ?25' H 1
BARGAIN OF THE SEASON. Regular PRICE. ...... hb& I
One-fourth off on our entire stock l asKm ' price 3.00 and 3.5ol ' (?5 H I
i of ladies' Fancy Slippers. jBWWPF mnj$ SALE PRICE , 11 o 2
Jl' SS l)airs of Ifldios- warm liue(1 Slippers. I
Ladies' Rubbers, best grade. .50 cts. JH. Btt$MSS& .Regular price 1.50. (r 1
I Misses' Rubbers, best grade.. 40 cts. BWjJKfm SALE PRICE. - (L Q)(Q I
. ... 30 cts BBV " V"v' ' T5 ,iairs oC mRUS Housc Clippers, tan and I
Boys' Rubbers, best grade... 50 cts. MBgX&BB? wine kid and fancy embroidered velvet.
Youths' Rubbers, best grade.. 40 cts. jttjumBfiffl ' - 'ik ic1' 2)Q 1
I One-fourth off on our entire stock ffikSKSJl o0 pairs of Misses' Buttons Shoes, sizes 12 1 J
of Misses' and. Children's Shoes g "sBBP i' 'to widths D to EE. Begular price 1
and Slippers of every description, jjr 1.50.
200 pairs of Boys' Shoes' in. 'patent colt, vici . 1
.100 pairs of Children's hand-turned Shoes in kid, box calf, and Russian colt stocks, mK) V fQj (g 1
lace and button, sizes 3 to S, widths B to sjjrjes o to 0. Regular f( )) I iHl
F. Regular prjee. 1.50. price 2.50 and 3.00, QjD i.. OJJ SzZS 'H
1 A fair trial Ivill conbince the most 1
I KINGSFORD'S co0snltch
1 is a baluable and economical article of food:
1 Iphile the simplicity Ivith Ivhich it may be pre- 1
1 pared appeals alike to the unskilled cook and 1
1 experienced chef. Mrs. Helen Armstrong. 1
9 We Have Started Another Record -Breaker
Any $12.00, $15.00, $18.00 Suit or Overcoat in the houso, your H
I ALL STYLES, ALL COLORS.
Blacks and Blues Included. ;
M. H. DESKY
I 205 So. Main. 10 E 211,1 St 1