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B MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 13 1920 ttUft flrb'jEXtUUtUCl on HEN , UTAH
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PARTY IS ACTIVE
Weber County Branch Disposer
Of Unfinished Business at
The Weber county branch of the
Farber-Lahor party, through Flora .T
!Yyilsnn. of the pre? c-immittce, today
Brued Hie followlm? statement of party
activities, the statement also contain
ing a . npy of the x'.it- platform of
the Farmer-Labor party
The Farmer-Labor pnrty at a
pedal meeting. Eagle's hall, Sundny.
disposed of a vast amount of u:i
'.Hi: tied i uslneaa.
All non.lnccs of both state anl
OUBty tickets pledged themselves to
the national ami state platforms.
The county central committee ;n
Bell as the asplran's for office on
tjie Frrmer-Iabor ticket were very
much amused at the present con
troer between Governor Cax and
fienafr Harding It waa urged I ml
Q public nu n ft deaf ear to the tWO
mmhjimM .tA.hu fi.rmnr plrlfl fr. Mi ill
I! ..','1 parties and listen to a real farmer.'
I lirl I Chrlstensen. Our koimI 1oI
j friend, .i itr hi. made . remark
I a' thi m Francisco convention that
j with Cos the ehol'-e of the Inniocrut
in irdlng of the Rcpublh in a Wall
utreet Inter ts would win either way.
V.. nil know thin MeAdoo o ut J .hti
son were the rtsl choice of the people
7 Alt .farmer labor constituents aT
' nrged ' to support Mr. Bevans for
United States senator In our opinion,
.Mr WelllnK and Mr. Snoot an- .lllke.
beth havtiu; voted f"r the vicious
I h-Cunamlna bin.
We particularly wish to compliment
the editor of the Standard - Kxnnlme
j en his editorial entitled "Advantage
ef Co-operation." Although both major
' aortic preach this to B certain extent,
th' ld i was orlglnatisl and Injected
Mto the Fnrmer-lyiYior natlonnl plat
form. The followInK members of the
. ber couaty branch of the Farmer
lebor party were appointed a press
and publicity committee: Flora J.
Vllson. Dan K. Ij!, F II Mulhn
n-id H Whetton The publicity com
mittee were urged to notify everyone
1 lu f mp.it h. with the rarmrr-Uhor
Jtivrty to attend our regular meetinirs
held In the City Hall building on th
first, second and fourth Thursday eve
I alns at s p t.i
Then being no further business the
meeting adJoumel und press com
Ullttee Instructefl to co-operate with
lOil and state newspapers In order
that Ihe public may lrarn of the'
Fa rmcr- Labor actlv It lei
PARTI PLA i ' RM.
Platform adopted by the Farmer
Labor pirtv at their convention. July
li, Halt Lake City. Utah;
We Indor-e the national platform a
adopted by the convention of the
Farmer-Labor partv in Chicago, 111?,
July II. 1?. 13 and 14, 1 2 f. Con
demn the efforts of the Utah As
sociated Industries to destroy the
rights of American workmen to col
lectlvc bargaining, ami to eliminate
the rmall man under the guise of
patriotism, as enunciated in their so
called "American Plan,"
I Recognise aid Indorse eollectiv"
bargaining between employees and
employers through representation of
their own choosing: This richt not
t- be abridged by court or other ac
tion. i smatid the abolition of private e m
ployment, detective and strike-break-ir.g
agencies, and that the state eal
lish and operate free employment
i'genctc wherever needed.
Stand f r Industrial and political
' equality of all men and women, re
gardless of race, color or creed; e.iual
pal tor ilnilar work; full political
rlchts for civil service employees.
Demand. In oreler to protect the
public and restore the efficiency c
transportation, that all employees of
our transportation llBSS be restored to
Lbelr former seniority lights lnime.ll
(ni Insist upon recognition of th-
itlmlfll r..l Imnnrlmi,',, rt t , o Inch
ing prfesfk!i through adequate pay
for teaehers. lb) Adequate legisla
tion In the Interest of child welfare.
claim an Individual's right t-v
choose the methori tr troatmsnt of
hi or her own physical ills,
Pledfce our representatlvi-. to enact
placing the principles of the
'.n'erest of chlhl welfare
Claim an Individual's rlrht to choose
he method nt of his or
her ..vn physical ills.
Pledge our representatives to n-et
laws placing the principles of the
Initiative, referendum and recall, and
" Home Itule" for cities.
(a) Fror a law. with prison
P-nilt. compelling marking oft ta
I lain flg ires the cost of production,
r.ale price and contents of. or ma
terial in. all merchandise offered for
bale: bulky products to have same
r. larked on bllla
iht A law limiting '.he period of
time articles of food may be held In
cold storage, goods to be marked with
prices at which they were entered
c) Free state-owned markets anil
depot where producers may sell dlrc
to the consumer.
I Favor enactment of a law, itli
prison sentence for violators making
It a felony for individuals or corpora -1
tlons to waate or destroy, or permit
!the destruction of. any useful com
modity for the purposv of creating u
scare I iv.
' PIdse our representatives to ns
tlaaal congress to work for a change
In postal savings hank laws so thut
!i. il i . .in lie lilf.i a cnri;
I by the covcrnmcnt as well as bonds,
nnel. lhai any cltir.pti of the United
I States, owner of real estate, shall
j have the privilege of borrowlnc mo'.
1 frOm postal savings banks on th'?
ame terms bankers hsve.
Favor the establishment by the
'it' of a banking law corresponding
i with the North Dakota plan
Demand that our national congress
pass anel enact such laws as sha'l
provide that any eltlzen of the I'nlted
States having arrived at the age of
twenty-one years, shall have the right
i of casting his or her vote whenever
they may bs within the boundaries of
the United States, or possessions or
territories thereof, on any regular lr. .
tlon held within the boundaries of
the I'nlted Stales regardless of any
1 property right or resident qualifies,
itions, tjie only requirement being
proper registration. This law to apply
I to both state and national elections.
El Monte Commandery
No. 2, Knights Templar
F.egular meetlns Monday. Septem
ber 13, 8 p. m Please be In attend-1
;ance. by order of K C.
f. B. NicHnLs. Recdr.
Promised for Ogden
After giving a wonderful day of
Clear skies and moderate tempera
lun yt'sterday. and starting the chil
dren off to school toda in sunshine
and ceollng breezes, the weather man
decide! to lake the Joy away and
his prediction for tonight and to-
imorrow Is "unsettled" with cooler
Yes'crday's maximum temperature
w-ns kO degrees, which afforded a
thoroughly enjoyable da The min
imum last night was 56 degrees,
which shovtH a dcrldel increase over
Saturday night, when the mercury'
reached 44 degrees.
Frederic Moss receives stu
dents at any time. Phone early
for desirable time. Studio at
323-4 Colonel Hudson Bldg.
Tabernacle Overflowing With
Congregations Assembled tor
North Weber Stake Conterence
Apostle Joseph Fielding Smith de-'
Ilv'red sermon at the q'jarterlv con
ference of the North YVter stake es
ierda to congregations that filled the
audltorlumMo overflowing. President
James Wotherspoon presided and wus
'ed by his two counselors. John
v Pluth and Frank W. Stratford.
Musical programs were rendered at
I'Oth sessions l the ta lie rnacle choir
under the direction of prof. Joseph
BaUanfyns with Prof 8am r. Whlta-
ker at the organ. The morning pro
gram consisted of choir and congre
gatlon -iriging "How Firm a Founda
tion' " My P'ather." Jeil Ballan
ne. Joseph P Fernelius, ejerard
Klomp and A. Johnson. ''rossing
the Par. Nephl J Brown Kvrtn
! and Heaven." choir. ' Leael Kindly
i be afternoon musical program In
cluded, Praise to the Man Who Com
muned With Jehovah," i ho!r and con
giegatbn. "As the F:arth Hrlnss
Forth Her BUd,' Mr Myrtle Higley
and e-hoir. ' Fear Not Is.ael. .e
lhl J. Brown. Mrs. Higley and liolr.
When Thou Comest." Mrs Higley
and choir. "Hall Thou. Highly Fa
i The general church and stake au
thorities were presented at tin after
noon session by President John V.
BlUtfa and unanimously sustained by
the large congregation.
Proi. Aaron V. . Tracy of the Weber
Normal collet faculty at the morn--esslon
told of the advantages of
th lo. church school ami urged
parents to send their children to that
PILGRIM ii I M M
Mrs. Pr.jmlller of the stake relief
detj requested all descendants of
Pilgrim Fathers to send in their
names for publication in connection
with the ter-centenarv of the land
ing of the Pilgrim Fathers In this
Some plain "peaking on ihe subject
o. plural marriage was indulged In by
President Stratford who declared that
th r,- were members of the stake who
were finding fault with the church
authorities in this matter. He de
. I ire.J that the church today wa guld
i ed ry a prophet who was not mis
leading the people hut who had the
righl io receive inspiration re.-irdlng
the discontinuance Of any of the or
dlnonees of the gospel He said we
till have some people who think they
may read between the lines and who
declare that the church authorities
did not mcitn what they have said re-
gaining the discontinuance of plural
marriages. Some members of the
si aie, ho said, had been found :n
trUASgTOSSioa and had been excom
r nun leafed ami now had no standing
in ihe church whatever, and hj gavi
warning thai thus- who are now
htflg tins doctrine may be dealt
' v.nh unless they cease their activities.
As far as this stake Is concerned
; all plural marriages mus. cease and
ail talk against the authorities Of the
church mus! stop." President Strat-
or. i gave warning. The president of
tho church ho declare.! to have
' the authority 10 say It certain princi
ples rhall be taken away. He called!
.attention to the iat mat ihe atel-
chezedek priesthood was taken away
from ancient Israel because they were
neit worthy of ii anel thai certain prln-i
j ciple.e haei been taken away trom the
Latter nuy BalntS becauro they also1
were un worth) of the. ii. lie conclud
ed by giving warning that all mem-!
bcrs of the stake who were found In I
transgi ess. on In the matter of plural!
marriages would be dealt with accord-!
ing to Ihe law of the i hurch, and
urged fadlthfulness In building up ihe
Work of the Lord.
! PI (JR i s VI TI .Ml n i s.
apostle Smith said he wished to
bear witness to the truth of the re
marks made by President Stratford!
and said that probably some of his1
Statement ma) nave startled the con-1
gregathNL He thought there wore!
some who did not understand the au-
thorny of the priesthood. If so, thev'
would not find men usurping autnoritvl
which they do not posses. There isl
only one man on earth who has the'
kcs of the priesthood and that man.
Is the president of the church, he do-:
clared. He has the rlgnt ay insplra
tlon of the Lord to speak. Instruct:
and command and no man dare op-i
pose him. Members of the priest hod
have the authority to preach the go.,.,
pel only insofar nr. they receive per-'
uaiaslQn from the president of the'
e hurch w ho holds the kevs to thl,
authority, he declared
The speaker refejred Co a time re-
corded In the Book of MofTBOn when
the elders of the church were forold
den of God to teach the gospel be-
cause o.' the wickedness or th.- peo
ple. And President Urani, de
elared. has the authority to inntrmt!
the ciders of the church today to
cease from teaching the e-ospel .a cer- i
tain parts of the earth and those el-
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....v nvuiu uiiaiu .iun cjo m -1
mand woiii. i he acting In vird.ii ton ofj
their trust and their work would not!
Some people had thouKht that plii-l
raj marriage was the new and ever-1
lasting covenant, the speaker laid, but
the new and everlasting covenant he
declared to be the fullnes.4 of the gos-'
pel which embroceth all truth plus
the holy priesthood to put it into
Mil v K. K M I
The speaker declared that members
Of the . hurch show their ignorance I
when they say they received th au
thority of the priesthood long before!
oertaln presidents of the church who
have Issued order for the discontinu
ance of certain principles of the gos-!
pel. He ald those men forget that
the mantle of the former president,
falls upon his successor In the same'
manner that the mantle of Elijah fell!
upon the shoulders of Rlisha
Apos'.le Smith said he would In-'
.lulg. la plain speaking so that he
could tiot be misunderstood anej then
proceeded to state "we hsve Mars in'
the church who are going among th
people teaching things contrary to thel
word of the Lord and whose desirst
was to destrov and tear down the;
church." He said that In all ages'
the l-ord had taken away certain'
privileges from His people because'
they were not worthv of them call-1
Inn sttentlon to the substitution of the'
law of tithing today for the higher
law of consecration because the peo
ple were not prepared to live It. He
Hl in conclusion that we forget that
tho Lord may give and the Lord may
also take away.
M il KM' i s ssliiV
President John V. Bluth was th '
first speaker at the afternoon session ,
and he tobi of a recent visit by stake
official? to wards of the stake situ
ated in Nevada. Conditions In these
I wards, he iaid, were greatl) Improved
I both in temporal and spiritual af- i
, fairs. .
President Bluth then called atten
! tlon to the large number of young1
people who .ire horn In the rnurch
iut do not appear to appreciate the
Mesalnga of tne Loid lie made pur
I tiCUlar reference to the custom Of
; many oung people marrying contrar.v
to the hw of the gospel vvnlch pro-
Ides for marriage.i in the temples '
! He thought thlj was because the young
people did net understand the value of
! the temple ordinances. He strongly
advised young people, when contem
plating marriage, to look Into tho f u-j
ture ano" enquire a to whether rjr not
the relationship they are about to'
j form will Is5i tnrough eternity or end'
With death. He could not understand
voung people who claim to be deeply
I In love with each other and declaring
that they could not live without eacn
i other, neglecil-.ig to go to the temple
; where the) can be scaled as husband
and wife for time and eternity.
Apostle Smith taking up the same
i line of t heiugh i as x pi e I iiv Pr. i - '
dent Bluth ?aid that we are informed
i In the scriptures that the greates!
gift of fjrd is salvation but in order
to obtain exaltation certain things are I
essential Mere membership in the
church, he -aid. vmi not bring exalta-1
tlon to the individual. He said JegUSl
taught that straight Is the gate and
narrow is the way that leadeth io
i eternal life and. f'-w there be that find
i It. The speaker thought that but few
members of ihe church would find
! eternal life and th v would be those'
who are faithful o the end and who
' live by eve ry word that proceeds from1
the mouth of Qod.
'I he speaker raid that no man or
woman can ie etalted by ihenisciex
alone, ihe; must bring tneir famil.es,
,vvllh lh. -in The iliii- powi i ..: rn...
! priesthood wos explained by the
speaker who declared that without
sealing there could be no exaltation.)
Rome men, he paid, think that because'
th y have the priesthood that is all
they need for exaltation, but. he said,
'no nutn can receive the fullness of the
priesthood alone. He must go to tne!
house of the Lord and there r-. I
n fullness of bhe priesthood and be
sealed at the altar and receive a Wife.
Your children will not be yours In
the eternal world unless vou have
been sealed at the altar in the house1
of the Lor.i. the speaker said.
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"Voung people who marry accord-!
Ing to Ihe laws of the land but not
according to the laws of the gospel I
cannot receive an exaltation in the'
kingdom of Ood." the speaker de-i
clared. "unly that which the Lord;
has sanctioned will endure. If young
people would get thl: into their mind.1
comprehend this truth and reallze'j
bow dongeious the situation is. cond'-i
tlons would Improve."
The speaker would not blamo the
oiu. propio entirety. He thought
the blame rested with the oflcers of
the . hurch. parents and ward tea. ti
ers who failed to declare that truth
from the pulpits und the homes. Thy
speaker questioned his hearers If they
taught thix truth to their children In
their he me's o. v. luthcr ibex allowed
them to get the information else
where. The speaker tii n u if tn
parents were guiltv uf thli; inflect they
w .mid be puntahed
iialvatlon Tor the dead." the speak
er declared. ? rfOl tor thasi who
have had an opportunity to . ml
the gospel while living in the flesh,
but tnls bles-slng Is for those who riled
without a knowledge of the gospel
but who would have received it If
they had heard it." The rpcaker said
members of the church were In dan
ger of being deceived in this matter
and were going to the tempi, to per
form ordinances In beheit of people
who had led abominable Uvea and'
apostates und those v. ho we.e not!
reliant for the lestlmonv r Jesus
while in the flesh. Vou car md s.i.
the eorrupt. the apostate, and those
who were not valiant for the testl-j
mon of Jesus. You cannot thrust
live tlon upon them,' the weaker
People who reject the truth must
not deceive themselves that they can
pre. cr :stln.itr and .epent jn the spirit j
world and then go on to celestial
glory. r cannot re done," the speak-j
er dee!red. Now is the day of sal
vation, he Kald. If you put it off ti(
the '-nd you will find It too late. He'
Wished that this truth would sink in'..'
ihi. Iiaih. ,,r ...... i ... , 1
..... , v. men mere i. u
pernicious doctrine being taught
among It't.r Daj Salnll than they
can procrastinate and when fuv .ire
de id thev can have the Ordinance I of
the house of the Lord performed in
their lehn!f you will go on to coleatUl
glory Von, you will not." the speak
Apostle Smith said in conclusion
that he did not preach to tbkle the
en- of the people. He had no f:. k.
ery ermons to deliver and he did not
worry about the rules of rhetori. . ha
would leave that for others as he had
another mission to perform. His mis
sion, he .said, was to save souls and
he Intended to declare the word of
the lord even If it cuts to the (ij. K
He wanted to give Ihe people some
thing to think about when the) re
turned to their home but he desired
at sll times to deliver his message If
the splrl of love
President W'otherspoon in a con
cluding address wondered wh. aftrr
so many years, we were going astray
und whv we needed so much Instruc
tion. He wondered If the people fully
realized the great dispensation in
which they were living and whether
the- realized that In order to ushor
in this great dispensation the Father'
nd the Son had to vlait the earth.
President Wot herapoem urged upon
the ward teachers of the stake the
necessity of visiting every family in
the stake each month He wofjdered
if the ward te.ichera full realized
AGAIN TODAY, 1 :45 TO 1 1 P. M. I
rP FAMOUS UTAH
prefer y PORTUNE ?oTMS I
TP I I Pi? R0LE AS M0TH
Sfmthqt 1 LLLLlN er I
HARJORIE RAHBEAU B
THE GLORY OF MOTHER LOVE PORTRAYED IN A
MASTER DKAMA OF TENSE EMOTIONAL APPEAL
ALSO PATHE NEWS TOPICS OF THE DAY
OGDEN THEATRE I
STARTING VEDNESDAY. OLIVE THOMAS IN THE FLAPPER'
Expected Late in October; Mn
bey and Iowa Governor
Senator Warren O. Harding. Re
publican nominee for president, will
t-peak In Ogden on l.i we-t.-rn tour. ;
This was a.-ii red Ugaeu K uuoncan
yesterday by Senator Krcd Smoot.
who said he would immedlnlel; g-t
in touch wnh BenstOl Harding and
have tho senator make a 24 hour stop
This will bung the senator In Og
den late in tigjin. Arthur irVoolley,
W. bii county chairman :a:d thai
mo.nlug. Kxart details of hie r.d
dress here ill be annouueed Inter
upon the completion of Senetor
Harding's Itinerary which Is now jn
the course of proparatlon
The Htpubllcnn caniplgn in We
: her county will be officially eipTied
;Thuridav ot iln ,. ek whe n Charles
lit. Maboy. candidate for governor, and
Governor Hardinx Of Iowa will ad
dress an t h'd.-n audience at tho Al-
I bain bra theatre.
The address by Mr Male; '111.
j mark his first important political
appearance since his nomination. He
is an orator of ability and alwavs
commands considerable attention
wherever he sppaks, Mi Wo -II.
His addrOSjS will be in t-' daiuro
of an acceptance rpeeth. in which i
he will outline hi- pedicle which ho
Intends to pursue If elected
Mr Itaba) Is a veteran of iwo !
war.i and is said to have a large fol
lowing among ihe American lx:glon.
Governor Harding Is well known
throughout the west. His last ap
pear.; ii. . in I ' 'ah .. as .. i the ,mr iln
j Hay celebration In Salt Lake, when
he addressed a large gp'herlng of
Kepubllrans fror.i all o . i the -late.
Com. Flygare Back j
From His Vacation-
( ity Commissioner Chris Flygare
was back at his desk this morning
after a week's vacation In Ojrrlen
raovoo Mr. Flygare stated today
that he did not participate- in any
extensive fishing or hunting trips
and spent the days In "Juat re-t
Four hundred different styles of au
tomobtle are produced In ihe I'nlted
that God had to come to the earth to
tart the work In which they were now
engaged The speaker was gl! to
hsve listened to the instructions re
ceived at the conferen.-e and a Id mm
should be willing to do God will no
matter what It ma cost ua
mm i quits' I
Ogden Physician Will Go to
England to Study Nerv
ous Diseases $ ' i
Dr. A. A. Robinson of Ogden. w1io BaaaaBl
'succeeded Captain, R. E. Grambllng ILsB
or ihe Dnlti .1 - Public rTealth . I
charge of Hie elimination of social
has tendt'ied his rosigna
j t ion to the government and plsns H
jto mil September 25 lor London. H
.where lc will up work.
Defoi sailing Dl Kobmson will H
go to W'ar.Iilnj'ion and deliver a per
tonal repot i in ihe government on
the work being done In this :tate
No announcement has been made
as to Dr. Kobnlson's successor
Grden Ladies' Band &j
To Play at Logan
A concert undei i be atUplCM of the Laaaffl
Mu'ual Improvement associations will LaarJnl
be given in the Logan tabernacle nLfffl
W. Nichols In also arranging to DTI
the b:-niJ v ill pi . , ,.'ll i F BSBSBs!
David j. Wilson I
desires to announce his can- I
didrtcy for the nomination
Saturday, Sept. 18, 1920.
I j ffI jTfW AT THE ALHAMBRaI I
I 3 J V . WEDNESDAY, 2:30 P. M.
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