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tHe new home for simpkin.
The members of the Phillips Con
gregational church are engaged in get
ting the money to erect a parsonage
for "Parson" Peter A. Simpkin. The
Congregational isoclety east has
pledged half the amount if the local
members will do the rest. It is a good
Idea. It makes a permanent residence
fcr the pastor and the people here
should assist, whether members or
not Because Simpkin is a good sort
of chap, don't you know. He is a lib
eral man, and a hard worker and we
need him and he ought to have a nice
home to live in, Instead of having to
pay rent. By the way, Peter has re
turned from Santa Monica, where he
has been on a vacation. R. B. Quay
was with him and thereby hangs a
tale. The parson cannot tell lish
stories, so Quay is telling them. Says
he say Simpkin catch live five-pound
sea bass at once, on the same line.
Wouldn't that make you wish for a
club? And when ho turns to the par
son for confirmation, the latter does
not deny it. But you can bet ho never
says it's truth, although he declares
he caught three at one time that
would total live pounds. But that's
AMONG THE ODD FELLOWS.
More interest is being taken in the
Fellowship this year than ever be
Patrlarchs Militant branch of Odd
Fellowship this year than ever before.
Owing to the refusal of Colonel F.
W. Lewis to continue as department
commander any longer, a new elec
tion will be held to fill the place for
which two candidates, 'Captain W. H.
Giesy, and Major W. II, Lopper linvo
Son ,nom,natG"- Th0 Section wibo
held in November.
Utah Lodge No. 1 Is busy putting
through a lot of new candidates The
second degree will bo conferred next
The entries for the degree team
contest haying been completed tor
this district, Grand Master Walker
,has been sending out the regulations
governing the contest, which will tak
place in January next. Grand War
den Ulmer, Graml secretary Simpkin
and Grand Treasurer Pendleton will
be the judges. The lodges entering
for this district are: Utah No. 1;
Salt Lake No. 2; Jordan No. U; En
terpriso No. 15; Fidelity No. 17
Bingham No. 10, and Highland No. 21.
Ruskin's Tribute tn Mothers.
It matters not whether it bo a
prince or peasant all that is best, all
that is lasting in the character of a
man ho has learned at his mother's
knee. Search the records, examino
the opening years of those who have
been distinguished for purity and vir
tue, and you will ascribe, with but
few exceptions, the early culture of
their minds and even all the first dis
cipline of the heart to the intelligence
and affection of the mother. Ruskln.
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