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Their fares are paid-to Utah by
the Mormon church. When they
get thereand find things different
. theyhave no way of getting back.
They are obliged to reconcile
themselves1 with, the conditions.
"The present conditions of
polygamous marriage in. Utah are
shameful. To avoid conflict with
'the law on marriage licenses are
taken out ; there are no witnesses
: of the marriage ; no record is put
on the books. The woman does
not change her name and children
- born of this union take the moth
"Young Mormon girls are
taught that if they subniit to such
" injustice God will reward them in
the next world."
FOR "PEACE" DINNER
New York, Dec. 30. The
"peace dinner" at the Waldorf
tonight is going to be just as
peaceful as can be.
There are going to be 30 mem
bers of the "strong arm" squad of
the New York police, disguised
afe gentlemen", in attendance in
the dining room.
The duties of the "strong arm"
squad are to see to it that the din
ner is peaceful, and to bounce any
guest who refuses to accept vhis
peace unadulterated, and prepar-
1 ed as the committee or arrange
ments sees m.
The gentlemen of the strong
arm squad and a' special detach
ment of 50 policemen in uniform
will be specially commissioned
" to guard President Taft, and to
see to it that he at least is not en
tangled in the wrangling that has
marked the preliminaries to the
Even the President, however,
is suspected of unpeaceable inten
tions. In fact, he is expected to
be in a warlike mood. It is said
he will not make a set speech,, but
will talk right off the bat and
make a hot reply to Colonel
Roosevelt's allegation that the
Peace Treaties -were conceived
"in a spirit of hypocrisy," thus
adding to the gaiety and dove
like nature of the occasion.
OUR PRECISE ARTIST
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"He hung on her dear words."
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. A Change in Pleas
Madge I thought you and
George were going skating.
Marjorie So we were, but
when he saw I had my hat trim
med with mistletoe he' asked me
to go for a sleighride. New
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