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Hj q THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1909.
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f Thursday, November 26, 1009.
II Givo tbnnkfl.
Bui. don 'I ovnrftnt.
Thori'ji alwys a day after.
Johnaio, bo caroful or thoro'll ho
"ICat. drink, and lw merry, for today
I '. I ,
Do it early moaning,' of couria,
vour ChrUtmaH Bhopp'mg.
1 Today the reiwrt of'DecUr Cook
j fitarta for DennnirJt. 3nL will Liou
I tenant Peary liciiove Uf
! Hopo lingers lone in tho human soul,
' and tho lwroft ones at Cherry main-
tamed it to tJio very limit.
Hongreetmrtn le Arniond died in an
attompt to av tho lifo ot hia granil-
sou. A bmve end for a bravo man.
j The treot of Zion may not bo
pftvd cold. Uwt thoy nro pavod
with somothiug that nobody is a raid
to travol on.
Mr. Tnft snji that b ''expoets
groat thing fr'o the no.t olon of
CongrOM." Myl but what a choorful
man the Proaidont ill
They any that the onslaught' to bo
mado upon vandevillo by tho Shit
Lake Prow elub at thoir coming big
show it to be aomething fierce.
I If a follow wore bure that he would
I not got a lirkiug -whoa ho got 'homo,
he might aay that tho good wife could
I learn a lot at tho 'Pure Pood show.
SfientiiU any that next May Hal-
ley's eomet will "awoop-the oartb.
with its Ull." In Mj, ak? U'oDUr
I if tho thing could use a lawn mower,
I It Mejiii-UtRl tho AngolU ae toek
I ing divoree in tho local courts. It ii
I a1 amid tbt tn the beginning there
I was a light cvrn among the angl in
I henvftn. . .
I In tho ieamfuaa matter, Uncle Sam
I wants to 1m wre that he i right. A ad
I - whon he ooiinec to that oofohuuen,
I Niraragvn will flad that h will not
hesitate to go bead.
County Attorney J -yon is after that
)7S7w50 illogaUy paid to A pottle
H Smoot'a "Mouth." If he didn't want
I hat paper to sapd pubKcattrm, be
wouldn't orsn deuinad return of the
"Goveratnoat wants more inform
tioa." reaijs a telegTapbie news head
ing. Our bogus prophets hnvo here
B another ovideace that the Goversmeat
B is not up to much, olt St woahl iati-
B tato thorn aad want mora money.
B Burglar WUaou has been awanled a
B term of twenty years iu the Slate
prison. Woll. when oae cornea to think
o( tlie nuailar of burglarioe he cow
mitUd in rapid soeooeaiou, oa can not
help deciding thai ho worked kird"
B Tor it.
A feetion fcnatl at Denver atbeod
being run over and killed by Jaat
twoptv f'Hir inches. Th'v xav that 'h
miis . -t as good a mite;. but for tlx
kf f comfort in a cnic like that n
irouM t."lvilit Hv d'-iJe ir. fa T of
B Sin .tin1, a rw nn"tli -tie. U
cal-operstiH. Thoy any it is a recent
diaeorexy, too. Bnfc JClder BoberU will
inform tho suppooed inventor thai
aeienoo la again behind time, because
tho "prophets" have boon using the
staff on -liChopayers for roare.
Again we have the great Thanks
giving festival with us, in tho roll of
tho year. It is tho tamo festival in
general features that all people have
had undor man' names, from the an
cient Feast of the Ingathering, as de
fined and fixed, in Scripture. But ia
later times it haa come to ho an oepe
eially America a festival of abundance,
under the good old name of Thanks
giving. And right richly baa this Thanks
giving of abundance come to this Na
tion this year. Wa aro at peace with
all the world. Our high repnte -among
nations aa the home of freedom, tho
refuge for tho well dispoeed oppressed,
has not dimmed in luster. Our har
vests hare boon plentiful. Onr. mines
have yielded riehly. Our industries
are well and profitably employed, -frith
a prosperous flow of orders that givo
aaauraaee of activity for months to
come. Our flaancoa aro on a satisfac
tory footing. Our credit is firmly up
held. Our National proatigo in ovory
way was novor so high. Thcro fa
among the TMjoplo throughout nil our
land a comfort, soeurity, and confidence
highor than over before, and unbroken
ia its hopes for the future.
Utah share fully in all these Na
tional blessings. Salt Luke City baa
more than its share of all, and has,
besides, special reasons for rejoicing
in tho magnificent progress the city
is making in growth of population, in
crease of wealth, activity in munici
pal improvements, and a building ac
tivity which pats it at tho head of all
the cities of the United States in sub
stantial bnilding-increaae oyer prcvion
years. And above all. the city rejoices
in the results of the recent municipal
election, which assures its continued
progress and high prestige.
Wo can all rejoice, then, .with unre
strained fervor today in tho enjoyment
of the' blossings of Jto year, unstinted
and rich in profusion and value, that
wo enjoy in common with all our fol-low-citizcns
of this God-blessed Re
public. And wo can add a spoclal touch of
warmth to this forvor on our own ac
count. Por tho season has dealt well with
us all here. The mines havo produced as
before, tho great slnmp of two yours
ago. Tho farmers havo had big; crops,
and hnvo got big prices for them. Tho
livestock men havo had bolter ranges
for thein stock than for many years
past, and hnvo recoived better prices
for thoir product than over, before
Trade has beon groat and brisk, and
profit havo boon good.
And so, with full hearts, wo join to
dny with all our fellow-citizens of this
mighty njid glorious" Republic, in re
turning grateful thanks to the Giver
of all Good for Tlis widely-diffused
and far-reaching benefits and blessings,
as it is both our duty and our heart
felt wish to do.
A PAUSE ON NICARAGUA.
Wo nro glad to soe that tho adminis
tration is not disposed to do anything
rash with roepoct to Nicaragua. It
would bo a reproach to this country if
our authorities should deal with Nica
ragua ori any other lmsis than that of
international law, such as could be ap
proved aud applied in any liko caso as
affecting any other nation. It is quite
right for tho Govornmont to .ascertain
i tho status of tho Americans who aro
reported to have been slain by Presi
dent Zelaya without duo process of
lnw oithor military or civil. But it will
not do for us to aeeumo that outrage
has been done, legal forms ignored, and
to jump onto Nicaragua just bocanse we
can. It is of the llrat importance lp
ascertain tho facts, nnd then act with
deliberation, strictly within our rights,
just as wo would do Jf the same had
occurred in Spain. Fra.noo, Italy, or any
other nation. The fact that Nicaragua
ia a small, helpless state cannot pos
aiUly. cut any figure iu tho matter of
our dealings with that power, so far
as 'this matter is concernod. Wo deal
with Nicaragua on the "linos of inter
national law precisely as we wonld deal
-with any other nation under liko cir
curoatanees. Ft is true, of course, that wo do not
accord to hoi -headed and rash people
ftlcHjjis the Nicaragua as the ontiro re
spect for their ooutts nnd administra
tive justice that wo would accord if
a dispute ware with a British, a French,
a German, a Spanish; Italian or any
other 'fally cirilUod people. Still, wo
most preserve the due forms of inter
national law and of national comity
It is doe to oor own respect and to
the claims of American citiaanship that
we should nnd out how and why those
Americans were killed. It may bo that
wd fchall flad tbeircae entirely outside
of any poaaiblo Jurisdiction that we
might claim over them beyond our in
terference. If such wereathe fact, we
shoold be in a hard case if we had
dona aaything rash or impel cons, whilo
if oar causa is jot we loae nothing
by the orderly and dotlberate proeod
ore which will rte anilely and judicially
determine tho facts and our relation
We therefore welcome moct decidedly
the lull in what seemed to be aa im
; IKtooui raa for punitive maure
against Nicaragua. Before we Spank
tjtat little scamp lot ns And oat whether
he has dona anything that deeerree a
spanking, aad whether in case we ad
ministered it wh woald not onxaoivtfs
tc at fault more than he, nnd moro
;.:nr come to aa ia the laag nuu
N ShivershahM; thera Isn't
going to lr anv cruel and hloodv war
With Ni :ir:i :n N a :n inij'!
,, T. f,-t,e I i v:ih f.C ) i v )
treatment preferred to eat his meals
off the mantel.
HOME AND DAY NURSERY.
Tho exercises on Tuesday at the
laying of the corner stone of tho fine
new Orphans' Home and Day Nursery,
on the southeast bench, wore in every
way pleasant and appropriate Th
stmcturo, according to the plans, is to
be a very commodious one, and it was
befitting - that all concerned with its
construction and with tho work whoeo
name it will bear, and which this
new building will so greatly assist,
should take a part in the exercises
which mark the beginning of a now
era for this hnmano and nocoseary
institutional -jvork. The sito is very
fine. H is sufficiently rotired from the
hubbub of tho city, aad yot it is to bo
as convenient of accoss as any other
of the public or semi-public institu
tions of the city.
Mayor Bransford made a sympathetic
address in the best of taste. Judge
King rendorod a tribute to tho women
who have devoted so much of their
time and enorgy to this, work", and Mrs.
Gorman reviewed tho history of the as
sociation and its work; Mrs. Eliza K.
Roylo performed tho coromony of lay
ing tho corner-stono, nnd thoarticlos
deposited in a copper box therein were
all well sclcctod nnd appropriate to tho
The Orphans' Homo and Dny
Nursery is a long-ostablishod, useful
institution, whoso work is quietlj- done,
and is too little appreciate by tho
gonoral pwblic. All who do know of its
work, however, and the public at large,
in a just sympathy with tho association
and it endeavors, rojoico at the suc
cess which has attended tho work of
this institution. All are glad that it
has thriven so well, and that it is nblo
to erect this serviceable and com
modious structure, llolpfnl and humano
as tho work of the Orphans' Home and
Day Nursery has been in tho past, nil
must join in tho wish that tho post is
just n boginning, and that its useful
ness will expand year by yoar in im
portance and aid as the city grows; and
as tho needs for its services multi
ply, all must . rejoice in tho hopo
that thero will not bo wanting ladios of
charitablo and sympathetic naturo who
will take up this work in its expansion,
nnd koop this institution iu tho
front ranks of things bonovolent and
AN ENOCH" INCIDENT.
Tho Tribuno has record of a little
incident that may servo to partially
show tho workings of tho "United Or
der of Enoch."
This was in 1S77. Thoso who rcmem
bor of it at, all will recall that this is
tho year in which both Brigham Young
and tho "blosscd order" died. And
it was at Leeds, Utah, which was tho
postpffico point for tho mining camp
of Silvor Roof. Somo of tho boys wero
down at Leeds after their mail, and
suddenly they heard a groat rumpus
over at ono of tho most substantial
houses in the town. This was of brick,
and it was- surrounded by a good applo
orchard. Unnecessary to state, it was
occupied by tho chief Mormon ecclesi
ast of tho village. Several of tho
minors rushod over thcro, imagining
that thcro wero "doings" of inter
esting chnractor. Thcro were. An old
chap was gathering in a lot of apples
from tho burdened trees, and Uiq chief
ccclesiast was lolling' him to get out
and quit stealing his fruit. But the
intruder seemed to havo a Roland for
the chief ccclesiast 's Oliver, for he ro
pliod, "D n you, this is my place,
oven if I did deed it over to tho United
Order of"Enocht You fellows got my
property and sent mo up into Long
Ynlloy, whoro wo haven't seen an ap
plo yet, and don't expect to. So I
just thought I'd como bnck and get
a fow of my own in Leods."
Arid that .was ono way in which the
"United Order of Enoch" worked
among tho brethren. . v
But would, it not bo an interesting
litilo divorsion in this day if Apostlo
Whitney's recent thrcnt of enforce
ment of tho "law of cousocration"
wero to bo put into actunl practico?
For tho good Lord's sake, brethren,
go ahead and do it t Wo all will surely
onjoy tho fun.
WHERE THE MONEY GOES.
Speaking of the Mormon tithes, nnd
the multifarious other contribution
funds by which tho bogus prophets rob
thoir people, tho Doserot Nows says
that "Not a cont goes to tho mainte
nance of the hierarchy. Every dollar
m need for benevolent purposes."
Woll, it is somothing to havo tho
Nows voluntary confess that if any
of tho monoy wore oxponded in main
tenanco of the hierarchy, it would not
be spont for a bonovolont purpose. But
for" that, of course, it will bo obliged
to make accounting to tho hiernrchs
Yet tho churoh organ, in another re
apeet, is altogether untruthful. It
knows that tho members of the hier
archy "draw what thoy aood" from
theea contribution for their support
and for the maintenance of their stu
pendous fa mi lias. It will bo merely
to beg the quostion to state that these
hlerarchs aro supported out of the in
terest accruing upon certain wi$o in
vestments made by the chnreh; for
thee investments would be impossible
except for. tho tithes nnd othor .contri
butions from the members of the Mor
mon church. Sapposo that Mr. A was
the owner of a concern wboea profits,
asaoag other things, were usod to pay
a salary to Mr. B as manager of that
eotteoru. Could Mr. B tara around and
aay that it was sot Mr. A who paid
However, it Is the abaolulo falsehood
of the thing that we with to bring to
attention. The hiernrchs are supported
I out of the tithes and other .r?r.t-'i
Nin know fiii )r
aware of this other truth, that if the
hierarchs were not hierarvbs they
couldn't earn their salt.
EASILY TURNED BACK.
Tn n rocoat iseuc of .the Vernal Ex
press wo.:find tho following very brief
but oxtremely iatorosting local news
Elder CeorRe F. Richard, of the Quo
rum of ApoalteM, mad the trip to Vernal
to attend conference hut when he learned
the facts about the amallpox In Naples
he thought It w! not to have the people
from alt sections come together, and the
Stake Presidency, even though at a late
date poetponed the conference.
And in examining the seventeenth
chapter of tho gospel according to
Saint Matthew, (verso 20) we find tho
following as uttered by the Savior:
For verily I say unto you. If ye have
faith .x a Kraln of mustard-seed, ye shall
say unto this mountain. Remove henco
to yonder place: ami It shall remove,
and nothing shall bo Impossible unto you.
First, wo dosire to call tho Express
on the carpet. What is this now word
that it has coined, and what tho na
lure of tho now class into which it
has dumped Elder George F. Richards?
The "Quorum of Apositos," indeed!
Has tho Express concocted its word as
a derivntivo of tho pathological term
"apositia," meaning "loathing of
food!" If so, Elder Richards will in
form tho Vernal paper that his appe
tito is doggono good, ho thanks it!
But in viow of tho action of Apostle
Richards and tho stako prosidoucy
down at Vornnl, wo aro impelled to a
fow more thoughts in behalf of the
saints, and incidentally in roproval of
Apostle Richards 's evident lack of
faith, oven "as a grain of mustard
sood." Doos ho not know that it is pos
sible for "saints of tho Most High" to
speak in tongues, and to give tho in
terpretation thereof! Why, then, be
afraid of a little smallpox? Has ho
not hoard testimonials innufnerablo that
tho sick havo been healed by tho laying
on of hands? Wherefore this flight
from smallpox? Doos ho not recall that
tho elders havo laid their hands upon
tho sorely wounded and havo actually
hoard tho broken bones knit under their
very hands and their prayers? What
is ho, wo should liko to know, to run
liko a scared jackrabbit becauso of a
little measly smallpox?
Vorily tho brothren havo lost thoir
faith; their hands havo lost their cun
ning, and their prayers their avail; and
their protonso and power are not what
they aro crackod up to be.
Speaking seriously, though, 'do not
tho Mormon people soo that thoy arc
being imposed upon by their lcadors?
Thero is much prctonso of righteous
ness among them, without a semblanco
of its practico. Thcj' protend to bo de
voted to tho law of God, and yot con
fess that they break it. They assume
to promote faith, but thoy do not ox
erciso it. As further illustrating their
position, lot us quote a littlo more
Thou shnlt trend upon the lion and ad
der: tho youiiR lion niid tho dragon shall
thou irnmplo undor feet. Psalm xcl., 13.
And theac-RlRns shall follow ihemVtlmt
believe; In my name they shall cnslTbirX
devils: tliey shall spook, with new Ton
gues; Thoy shall take up serpents, and If
they drink any deadly thlnp, It shall
not hurt them; they shall lay hands on
the sick, nnd they shall recover. St.
Mark, xvl., 17. IS.
Apostlo Richards has demonstrated
that tho Mormon leaders do not live
up to the calling whorounto thoy pre
tend to have been called; that thoy do
not boliovo in or practico tho things
which Saint Mark declares shall pro
duce tho "signs" described by him.
No such "signs" nro over seen iii the
church, and especially among tho lead
ers.. Wo believe that there may bo
healings by faith among tho people,
becauso the people have faith. But the
loaders havo no faith, preferring the
cash in hand.
Can anyone imagine any of the early
the real Apostles being turned back
by such n cause?
Thero is a great doal in this for the
Mormon peorjlo to think over. Their
leaders aro frtlso to their professions,
falso to their peoplo and false to their
God. Why-tolcrato tho money chaugers
in the temple?
To the Despondent.
If you arc run down, weak or sick;
if your norves are all unstrung nnd you
cannot sleep; if you aro losing weight
and you are aging premature!-, Palmo
Tablets will cure you or thoy cost you
nothing. Don't you want to look nnd
fool youngor! 50 cents. Book Free.
Addro&s tho S. R. Foil Co., Cleveland O.
For salo by F. J. Hill Drug Co., SO
W. 2nd South.
I Scrofula disfigures and I
1 causes life-long misery- I
Children become strong I
I and lively when given small
I Scoffs Emulsion;
E every' day. The starved body :
is fed; the swollen glands
healed, and the tainted blood
j vitalized. Good food, fresh ;
r air and Scott's Emulsion j
G conquer scrofula and many ;
I other blood diseases. j
iau xr xll nsrftuurra (
T firad 15o.. ntnc of pkX"r ivd thW for oar i
ksMal 8Tnr U.!iV b4 CUtlU Pketch- I
K Book. ch baa oontilciftltotti Loek I'vanr. P
Godbe-Pitis Drag Co.
Cor. Main and First So.
Both Phones MO.
Fresh, pure, wholesome
enndies Taylor's, Dolly
Varden, Philips', Low
ney's, Sweet's aud Mc
Donald's boxed in n
groat variety of boxes
and sizes in delicious
flavors and qualities
most wanted. Buy them
for sift favors they'll
satisfy. Delivered to any
part of the city.
Dayton Drag Co.
Cor. Second So. and State.
Both Phones 552.
THE ORIGINAL ADAM
GARDEN OF EDEN.
GO AND SEE YOUR
AT THE BUNGALOW.
Do not let your supply
run too low.
IS STILL LEADER.
Central Coal & Coke Co.,
10 West 2nd South St.
Phonos: Bell Ex. 35. Ind. 2G00.
n SALT LAKE C1TT j
HH ZINC ' - DESIGNING H
1 ETCH IMG 5 ' HALF TONES B
if if t$ $B f '$ $ f f
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Buy your Christmas presents ivjrpi
early early m the day. That kt
j?- will he your higgest gift of the 2
wffi holidays to the workers hehmd Mp
the counters and on the delivery r
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rare Food SHb &
BAKING POWDER If
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t Looking aero tho turbulent wntcrn of bnsinosx, tho pood t ,
E Rhip Prorerit3- is seen coinini:. with promises of plonty ns potent .
as did tha ono to our Puritan forefathers ia 1621. t ' r
Fiftoon conts nnd bolter for cotton iu the south, n bumper -
corn crop in tho northwest, an upward trend to ovorythinc in . '
8 tho oast certainly enuso to 1 thankful. '
Why not join in the national spirit of Tbaakscirinc on our '
National Holiday with a a coneral replenishinc of your ward- 'f
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t mont. mJiii;
Even at the Last Minute
j Rusainc off to just anv store at the "Eleventh Hour' for n fflBfe
b suit or ovorcoat is risky business. Coming hero is absolutely eafe. 3Rnj
I Because jP
l We have carefully examined, rompnrwl sad wj:hel the stvle,
1 1 Korkrannahin, jstayine qnnlitie ond intrinsic vnluua of the various J
raakae of clothes, made bv the manufacturers ot good clothing, I f '
I and th unbiased judgment, ar convince that -wa hto Mllin
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