Elaborate Programme Com
pleted for Sessions of Con
vention to Begin Monday.
EMINENT SPEAKERS WILL
TREAT VARIOUS SUBJECTS
Exnerfed Attendance at Gather
ings Wilt Establish llecortf
in Religions Field.
I'erhaps the greatest, modern-day re
ligions movement Is tho Laymen's Mis
sionary series of conventions. 'J'hc ses
sions to he held In SnIL Lake City.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,", arc
alti acting much allcnlion nnd arousing
much interest. The programme, for the
three days was completed Saturday. It
Is confidently expected that the attend
ance at the different sessions will ex
ceed nil marks heretofore set by similar
conventions. The programme follows:
Kirs I Presbyterian church Opening
baiuiuot, Monday. March 7. 7 p. m.,
Judge M. I... Ultt-hle presiding. Invoca
tion, Itev. W. M. Padcn, D. D. ; "The
Significance of the National Campaign,"
IJlshop Nathaniel J5. Thomas; "Men and
Missions." M. D. JCuhank, China; "The
'all of the Non-Christian World," George
Sherwood JCddy, India.
Kirst Methodist chureh Tuesday.
March S, !l:30 a. m. A survey of t tic
world Held by missionaries from the
front. "India," Rockwell Clancy; "Ko
rea." George Ilobcr .lones; "Turkey,"
.lohn E. Merrill; "Africa." Thomas
Moody; "China," Bishop W. S, Lewis:
li!.:!0. luncheon and conference for all
minister at the Wilson hotel: -:"0,
"How to Enlist the Men of the Church
in the Work of I.CvungellzIng the World";
agencies, tho pastor as leader, the misr
sionary committee, definite missionary
education, missionary literature, business
system and evcry-mcmbcr canvass;
speakers, S. Earl Taylor. New York, pre
siding: M. D. Eubank, China; Dr. C. E.
Bradt. Chicago; fi"0. dinner for general
committee and invited guests, HO cents,
at the First Methodist church; 7:13,
"Korea's Message to the World," Dr.
Ilcbcr Jones; '"The Awakening of Asia,"
George Sherwood Eddy.
Wednesday, March 9. tc.10 a. m. A
conference on stewardship "Prayer Our
-Most Effective Method," Rockwell Clan
y, "The Principles of Stewardship."
John K. Goucher; "The Practice of
Stewardship." an open conference- con
dueled by S. Earl Taylor: "What Should
This Convention Undertake?" report of
co -ope rat in g ' committee: "A Call to
Stewardship." Charles E. Rradt, Chica
go; UMfO, denominational rallies ut lunch
eon for men only; Baptists at the Im
manucl Raptist church', Congrcgatfonal
Ist.s at the Y. M. C. A.; Episcopalians
at Si. Mark's cathedral: Methodists at
the Cullen hotel; Presbyterians at the
Wilson hotel : 2:30. mass meeting for wo
men: 7:15. "A New Force In an Old
Empire." J. T. Headhunt. Peking: "The
Spiritual Awakening of the Orient."
Bishop W. S. Lowis: "The Ownership
and Lordship of Christ," George ileber
By Way of Information.
In connection with tho programme these
announcements aro made:
The gallery at all services Tuesday and
"Wednesday will be reserved for women
only, who may also take all unoccupied
I seats on the main floor shortly after the
opening of eacti session.
Observe thai the woman's mass meet
ing Wednesday Is an integral part of the
Tho banquet Monday night begins
promptly at 7 o'clock.
All men purposing to attend tho ban
quet arc strongly requested to secure their
tlckots, 75c, from their church commit
teemen by 3 o'clock Sunday, to enable
the committeemen to report as fully as
possible that afternoon.
A special meeting of all committeemen
Sunday at 3:30 o'clock In the FJrst Meth
The men of each church are asked to
hold a "Follow Up" meeting within ton
days after the convention to discuss an
adequate policy for that church.
Fifty-cent and t'5-cent packets of leaf
lets from committeemen or executive sec
retary are Indispensable for best results
from the convention.
The hotel headquarters of the conven
tion are at the Knutsford,
The general headquarters of the con
vention for Information are at the Y.
M. a A.
In an address explanatory of the Lay
men's Missionary movement. Judge
Ritchie and Dr. Mclntlre, chairman and
executive secretary, respectively, set
forth these facts: ,
What Movement Is.
1 "Beginning with last October, the Lay-
, men's Missionary movement is holding
conventions of Christian men In seventy
flvc of the leading cities of the United
States, concluding in a. national mission
ary congress in Chicago. May G. 1910. The
object of the. national campaign is to se
cure from the men of our churches by
the inspiration of a group of the strong
est constructive lenders of America's re
ligious thought, a recognition of the re
sponsibility of our Christian nation for
I lie unevangelized world.
"It co-operates with, instead of divert
ing enthusiasm from, the regular organ
ized denominational channels. It stunds
for the Investigation by laymen of mis
sionary conditions, for tho agitation by
laymen of a proper missionary policv, for
the organization of laymen to lead the
whole church mi its work of saving the
"Its purpose is to help men grasp the
i magnitude of the real business of the
church: to enlist the brains and energies
of the men who arc swinging our modern
industrial enterprises ami to utilize them
; In the tremendous undertaking of the
' church, tho evangelization of the world
in tills generation, of which work men
have no adequate knowledge, as It has
never been placed before them, and
which work cannot be accomplished, for
Christ never Intended it to be, without
i their strength. It Is Its purpose to awak-
en men to lliclr opportunities to unite
The Slim Woman Is
TJio day of (lio slim woman's triumph
has arrived. 'Tho thinner ouo is tlio
moro stylish." vsay tho dressmakers.
This would have boon and news for
l.lio fat woman a year ago. Sho would
iiavo had to try" dieting or exercise,
Nowadays, however, the woman who is
too fat. for tho stylos coos to a druggist
and gels a ciiso of Mnrmola Prescrip
tion Tabids, one of -which slio takes
after each moal mid at bedtime and so
reduces her superfluous flesh quickly.
These tablets, being made in accord
ance with tlio famous prescription, arc
perfectly harmless, and they arc, also,
tho most economical preparation a per
son can buy. for they cost only 1"
cents a large case, one of which is
frequently enough to start a person to
losing fat at. the rato of J- or M
ounces a day. Pretty nearly every
druggist keeps this tablet in stock, but
should yours be sold out, you can easily
obtain a case by sending to tho mak
ers, tho Marmola Company, 1123 Farm
cr Bldg.. Detroit. Mich.
themselves, as constructive factors, with
tho great spiritual currents that aro shap
ing and determining human history: to
convince men of the divine law that
causes him who arises and supplies the
needs of his brother In the uttermost, at
the same time to multiply his own Chris
tian efficiency at home: and to remind
men that all life is a. sacred trust Involv
ing tho stewardship of lime, talent, treasure-,
that to hold Is to lose and to give
is to gain, that the spiritual values alone
are everlasting, and that no man can live!
the large life 'God lias planned unless he
enters with his soul Into thu programme
of Christ for solving the supreme prob
lem of tho world.
"The Salt Lake convention comprises
tho territory of this state and southern
Idaho. We ask each church to send at
lciist nnu representative, delegates being
Some of tho Speakers.
"A partial list of speakers includes S.
Earl Taylor, secretary of the Methodist
Laymen's movement: George Sherwood
Eddy of India: Isaac Taylor Headland of
Pekin; Bishop W. S. Lewis; Dr. E. II.
Richards of Africa; G. II. Jones of Ko
rea; M. D. Eubank of China; J. C. Rob
bius of the Philippines.
"Provisional arrangements have been
made to hold the opciirng session, which
is a banquet. 7."i cents per plate, limited
to 325. In the First Presbyterian church.
Tuesday. March S. at 7 p. m. Three ad
dresses. Secure tickets from co-operative
committeemen or at headquarters. And.
to hold the IM.'JO a. m. and U:30 p. m. and
7:31) p. m. sessions Wednesday and
Thursday, March ii-10, in the First Meth
odist church. The midweek services of
the churches March - will be devoted
to special thought and prayer for the
convention. Iiymen speakers will pre
sent the movement from tho pulpits Feb
ruary -7 and March 5. Headquarters are
now located at the Y. M. C. A.
"All committeemen will meet C. I..
Rhodes of New York, advance agent of
the movement, in the Y. M. C. A.. Sun
day. February '21, at 3:30 p, m.
"We appeal to the laymen of nil the
churches to take part in this great con
vention. "We ask you to adjust, your af
fairs so as to be able to attend each
session and accept your full share in this
national effort of united Christian men.'"
Committees in Charge.
The general committee in connection
with tho convention is composed of the
following well-known citizens: M. I..
Ritchie, chairman; F. Lucas, secretary;
E. O. Howard, treasurer: C C. Mclntlre.
executive secretary; j. F. Harding, C. E
Allan. A. J. Gorham. George "Morrill. II
W. Smith. James 'Scobce. L. II. Page,
W. R. McCartney, C. II. Zimmerman,
Roy .Marsh, A. T. McCann. X. P. Wil
liams, W. 1 1. Frazeo. W. C. Orcm. V.
R. Cutler. AV. W. Dcs Autcls. Horace
Dunbar, W. A. Ruttan. 1 1. .1. .McMillan.
J. W. Thompson, T. W. Bover, A. F.
Greaves-Walker. G. M. Marshall. T. W.
Gates. F. A. Druehl. H. A. Welling, N.
F. Schwcnk. G. F. Schlutz. Ole Olson. O
I. Shugroen. August Wahlquist. J. II.
Pnpo. J. C. MeCIain. II. Stearns. F. Morn
ingstar, B. F. Trapp. AV. C. Jlorse, U.
U. Hlskey. A. D. McGuire. II. C Scott.
J. G. Gerl::. Joseph Clark. X. J. Hansen.
J. L. Johnson. R. AV. AA'aggett, F. C.
Richmond. S. L- Billings. AV. H. Tibbals.
W. C. Lyne, E. V. Silver. D. B. Swcazcy.
J. S." Walker. Earl Ilavcnor, A. E Holt.
C. R. Sanders. AV. M. Thome. L. M.
Gillian. C. C. Spooner. Wade Loofburow,
O. L. Cox. W. M. Ferry. John Dcrn, J. A.
Smith, Ogden; E. P. Mills. Ogden; S. P.
Christenscu. Ogden; E. D. Smith, Og
den; J. S. Culbcrtson. Provo. W. D. Bon
lmm, Provo; R. J. Rutt, Green River: II.
AV. Aryatt. Tremonton: F. C. Jensen.
Mt Pleasant: John Hurling, Murray; I.
D Richardson. Logan: Roy Hastings,
Sprtngvillc. and Isaac Blnns, Jr.. Ameri
Other committees arc:
Executive committee: L. Ritchie,
chairman; F. Lucas, secretary; E. O.
Howard, treasurer; J. F. Harding, J. S.
Walker. T. AAr. Boyer, L. JL Page. F
Morningstar. F. TL Druehl, AV. C. Lyne
and A. D. McGuire.
Co-operative committee-. Z. H. Zim
merman, J. W. Thompson, D. William
Thome, Hon. W. C. Morse. N P. Wil
liams, E. O. Howard. J. L. Johnson. II.
A. Welling. U. V. Smith. G. M. Marshall,
J. II. Pane and II. C. Scolt.
Finance committcn: O. L. Cox, F. Lucas
and L. II. Page.
Advisory committee: The pastors of the
FOUR MORE BODIES "
REMOVED FROM TREADWELL
By Associated Press.
JUNEAU. Alaska, March 5. Four more
bodies were taken today from the Mexi
can shaft of the Trcadwcll mine. In which
a powder magazine exploded AVednesday
night, and the total number of dead is
now thirty-seven. Nine Injured miners
are in the hospital, but will recover.
THREE WORKMEN KILLED
BY A FALL OF EARTH
By Associated Press.
NEAV YORK. March 5. Tons of earth
fell on a gang of sixty men working In
a trench on the Brooklyn Rapid Transit
railroad In Flathush today. Three work
mcn were killed and several were hurt.
I HERE 88 THE PROOF
I "My 9 year old daughter was "My two children, who were puny 1
j I weak, pale, and had no appetite. I and ailing, rapidly gained flesh and 1
I 1 gave her Vinol, and oho began to strength when 1 began to give them H
I I thrive at once. She gained rapidly Vinol. I proved that Vinol is n splen- I
j I I n weight, color and strength." did tonic for delicate children."
I I Mrs.W. H. GILMORE, Durand, Mich. Mrs. C. ALLEN, New Bedford, Mass.
k A I Vinol builds up healthy flesh and makes thin little limbs round
, andplump. Children love to take it.
! 1 . We return people's money without question II Vinol
does not accomplish all we cla!m Jor it. Try it, please.
H I SMITH DRUG CO., also
LOCAL ELKS LOST,
No Word Conies From Voyagers
Who "Went io Hawaiian
TKAVKLEKS ARE MAROOXED
ON COAST OP CALIFORNIA
New Officers Will Re Installed
in First Week of
Exalted Kuler Jnnies W. Collins and
Secretary A. r. Knybould of tlio local
lodgo of Elks, arc wondering what has
happened to tho delegation (hat ioolc
tho trip to Honolulu Inst month on t ho
steamship Alameda. Tho Alameda was
reported at Snu Francisco on .February
2S, but thus far none of tho voyagers
has reported at i ho local club to "tell
of i lie trip. It is believed that many
of the rtalins who took tho I rip to tho
Hawaiian islands aro in San .Fran
cisco, for the reason that: they can't
very well got home until the Southern
Pacific line in .Nevada is rehabiliatod.
Tho recent Hoods and snowslides have
wrought such havoc with western -railroads
generally that traveling is rather
Long Ways Home.
During ihe past fow days transcon
tinental trains on llio Unioii Pacific and
Southern Pacific have been routed over
the Oregon Short Iiine and O. If. & N.
via Portland. It is a long trip, and
Secretary Raybould is of the opinion
that many of tlio Salt, linkers who made
( lie voyage to Honolulu have remained
at San Francisco rather than maku
a tour of tho Pacific northwest in or
der to. got. home.
Tho new officers of tho Elks' lodge
in Sail Lake will be installed during
the first week in April. The. election
came a little earlier than usual this
Rehearse for Show.
The Elks' club is a busy place these
days. Kchcarsals for tho 'annual show
are hold daily at the club under tho
direction of .Riifus K. Love, and as tho
cast includes more than seventy-live
persons, Director Lovo has plenty to
"The J3ig Noise'' this is the name
of the show promises to bo one of the
hits of tho theatrical season. The
music, is all new and the chorus and
ballot include some of Salt Lake's best
amateur thespiaus and musicians. The
show -will bo given at tho Salt Lake
theater March 22-21!.
Christian's Natural Foods arc not
medicine, but a scientific combination
of the finest grains, nuts and fruits.
They give health and strength, because
thev aro the most nutritious and most
easily digested foods it is possible to
prepare. Wholesome and palatable.
For sale at Schrnmin-.Tohnson Drugs,
'The Xever Substitutors" Five Stores,
"where the cars stop."
PONT APPEARS AS
WITNESS IN COURT
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, March 5. "I-Inrry," n. nlne-year-old
Shetland pony, appeared before
Munlelp.il Judge Clelnnd yesterday as a
witness for Its owner, proprietor of a dog
and pony circus, who Is being: used for
$1000 damages by a former employee, who
alleges that the pony kicked and Injured
The animal was taken Into the court
room to show the Jury that It was gentle
and would not kick unless annoyed.
The pony remained gentle and quiet Id
the elevator until It started upward, and
then It required tho combined efforts of
half a dozen men to keep tho animal
from kicking the sides out of tho ear.
To Whom. It May Concern,
will not be responsible for any
debts contracted bv my wife. Mnrv
Francis Woodard Showcll. from this
date. WM. SI TO WELL.
The federal Inspector of Mexican cus
toms, who has been at Nogalcs. Ariz.,
conducting an Investigation for a month
past, and who has made wholesale ar
rests of prominent members of business
firms charged with smuggling, sprung u
sensation yesterday by summarily re
moving Collectors Caldcron, Cabo and 15s
cabo, and Guards Rodriguez, Xaehl, Mar
tinet and Monar$uc. Now men are on
the way hero to take their places
Thomas E. Larsen. receiving toller of
the Philadelphia branch of the First Na
tional bank of Camden. N. J., wanted on
a charge of embezzling 500,000. sur
rendered Jn Philadelphia yesterday. Lar
sen confessed to the charge, tho police
Formal recognition of Robert K. Peary
as the discoverer of the north pole has
been given by tho leading selentlllc so
cieties of ten governments, according to
advices which have reached the .National
The new battleship Michigan, now on
her official trial trip off tho Chesapeake
capes, made her four-hour speed run at
the rate of 10.-IU .knots per hour, almost
a full knot In excess of tho contract re
quirement. An absolute divorce was granted yes
terday in Washington to Mrs. Sherman
McCallum. adopted daughter of .lohn
Sherman of Ohio and tho beneficiary of
liia estate, from .Tames J. McCallum. The
decree awards the custody of the two
children, John Shermnn McCallum and
Cecilia Sherman McCallum, to the
Partial confirmation of a reported
merger of coal mines in tho New lilvnr
district of West Virginia, by which
eighty-four mines, with an output of
S.OOO.OOO tons, wll be controlled by a sin
gle selling agency In Washington, T). C.,
was obtained In Cincinnati yesterday.
The Guggenheim Interests arc said to be
backing the deal.
Detective John Wren, who, with De
tective Patrick Qulnn, was shot by three
Italians In Chicago Thuinday. died yes
terday. Wren's death occurred u few
minutes after ills wounded comrade had
been carried to his bedside that tho men
might bid each other a last farewell.
The detect Ives were shot down while
pursuing tho Italians, who were Black
Hand suspects. Tho murderers have
FIND ILLINOIS MAN'S ?
BONES IN DESERT -I-
I J3y AssoeJated Press, 4-
LOS ANGELES. March u.
-I A letter from Ityan, a mining
v camp, brought tho information r
v today that tho bones of David r
r Eldrcdgo of Illinois had been -
v found in the desert. Eldrcdgo, -r
who was the son of a sewing
y machine manufacturer, lost the r
I train whilo on his . way from v i
'l- Pannmint mountains to Green- v
i water last July. Searching par- r
! ties failed to find him. Mrs. v
Eldrcdgo and two daughters livo 4
at 13olvidero. 111.
THE LOUVRE Cor. 2nd South and Sid
SAL!' LAKE'S FASHIONABLE CAFE. ' Tea Room Dining RoomOrchestra Booth.
GENEROUS GIFT TO
HOME FOR NEWSBOYS
By Associated Prean.
ST. LOUIS, March 5. A gift of $20,000
from P. C. Kerens, .recently appointed
embassador to Austria-Hungary, to
Father Dunne's newsbovs' home was an
nounced last night. The money will be
used In buying a farm as a summer home
for tho boys, In whom Mr. Kerens takes
Westminster Heights' Bungalows,
End Sugar Houso car line.
Tribune Want AdB.
Bell Main 5200. Independent 300.
We Have Jusfc Received
a Direct Factory Ship
ment of Two Hundred
These bags aro on display in our
show window and will be on sale one
week, beginning Monday, March 7,
at prices lower than jewelers them
selves usually pay for these bags,
i'h Is is about as near as you will
ever be lo getting something for
nothing. Every bag is kid lined
and a beauty. Liston to the prices:
1-inch frame, assorted patterns $2,50
0-inch frame, assorted patterns. $3.00
6-inch frame-, assorted patterns. $3.75
Fancy patterns from.. $3,00 to $8.00
These bags are easily worth twice
59 EAST THIRD SOUTH.
GARDNER DAILY SMNEWSi1,'
Weather Forecast for Today Pair.
for Young Men
T TATS for young men re-
fl ceive no little of the at
Jl.iL r ii
tenlion oi our hat buyer.
The styles are selected with the
utmost care and the result is
that young men can come to the
Gardner store with a lull assur
ance that every correct shape
and color is here from which to
Young Men's Htits, $1.50 to
$3.50. . ,
Boys ' Hn Is new arrivals
$1 to $2.50.
MB. E. L. WHjJB
Tho Man Who Made taM
Have you visited tho
tho Poctors of Salt LakH
no other place in the 'wH
bi'ued such subtle channsjH
tation and practical arclH
signs as has this most oa
sort, now located at tfco'H
Second South and State jB
Louvre is daily tho rctr
Lake's fashionable set aifH
such rapid strides in pop
often times the niamnH
room which provides for 3ijH
taxed to its capacity. In
tho dining hall aro fouutailH
ing waters, in which myrB
aro disporting themseh'es.H
add enchantment to the
enlivened by tho mural jfl
pnlnfiiign, familiar scenes ffl
tnuuiitiilnn and valeB. Adflifl
liro llfollkn dkutchca In oilj'jS
tawte (loaigJicd to whet tlH
of epicure who daily see
report- for dainty TefreB
retirement, from tho din ufl
tnisj nosB llfOi iH
Halt. Lako'n femininity
pfoll-y lea room which artfl
by nrtlatii; grill and ncrolffl
tlio main hall nnd eo anfl
piiiall nr large parties cWffl
iently tiorvod. To the LouiM
ftfl.armirm chopping or thejjfl
now f.lia nlngun of the BtvaB
In lllfi mneHivo kitchen:JM
All tlio dnlntlcB provided ill
TJi5 cold atorngu plant is iaM
tho wct. Every day parfifl
tlucied through tho entire cm
and arc nover denied adnfl
tlio Idtchon, -where everytH
ifio nf.amp of cleanliness. H
Under tho direction of 9
ffanltan of Chicago, a welM
ekontrn is in attendance M
iu JJ. from fl to 8:15 and A
32i30, thus Bupprying- the ai
.of pwootnoes to "all frequei
tho early visitors to the lat
Tho banquet hall immediat
wont of the main hall is a
of tho old English and Gi
nortw whoro the most exacting
of capricious gourmands -wer
by tho excellent cuisine ol
cfioffl, This mammoth bauqw
a wonting capacity of 350 an
a mo.it fascinating sight on
of important functions whjM
frequently hold here.
Tho namo Louvre is iniS
nvnouymous vrith that of-fl
the suave manager and lajfl
holder. Arriving in Salt !
three years ago, he at oifl
recognition as the niaiiagor-H
son "cafe, then opened upjfl
known Louvre RathskellefjH
then established the present B
the most pretentious cafe,
Photos by Utah Photo mS
' ITns come and people will begin to woBn,
W consequently have 3lOJiET. wo are jm
J5a5?tr tbG collection, business and. will coUecWJjjj
ff;S5rS?u) without charging; yoa a docket fee, ol-P
WtWteJtl rl thins unless wc collect something o&
Y -voa "trant Mck remits and. reliaDle:;'J7J(
service, see us. JH
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