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DESJ23RET I EVENING NEWS TIITJHSDAY MARCH 7 r 1901 r Jt
j1SUPP3RT8 j1SUPP3RT8FJI8 NS SUPPJRTS SUPPJRTSHIS
HIS OWN BILL BILLhkes
Speech Against AgainstCommittees AgainstCommittees AgainstCon1mtte
hkes ks 3 Vigorous
Committees CommitteesOK Report Reportof
iS of OTHBK STATES SjAlgSPIIIII
trd II I 1ll1ro 1ll1ro1I re relumber
Th31 111111
PIIIII ILltS 1I 1j1iiuiln IIIIIIIIII IIMIII IIMIIIIII
III I IIlher Nilltr NilltrIt tI tIr tIrLbLr
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was well Ulled UlledU fllle flllerS
dl lumber mblr
It F D lltorl1ulI rr Il by both mell ineilitfl ami aminell
rS r relurt on ono lleelllunt 1reIUfltJ
U th >
nell prosodutlon utfon fur furconsideration torme IQ IQmt
relallltl to o Ilroec
J till for consideration considerationTan
liP
me clilled lJeliutor L3C8 ° Tan Tanf rl1nhair
1111 at Elan IntendeJ tii mal makfi o
as hl
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I hllll1eaSUN his ineaSU f 10 10II
0 11 in JIIHII lroperlY X before Ul UlX tIe thofIll tIeI °
n MOP
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4 II I J report prt of the thenl
X Ynu mumt < nlatt that tho ho
fIll I Ii nuvoiio ndrorseIO ndrorseIOIt TO TOi icja
1 whlll vhh h 1 WAS n an
nl jjtr wWl Senator enao enaoIK Sl Sli Smoot SmootO nootl
i
ja It nul President IS EflflS EflflSI1 vans vansri vansiJO
IK II and AI then
O ri f lastetl one oner oneL1 °
l h which > nS nSuv
JIerh Mph tr
uv < iJO I1 u 5 innlicU Its boaters by byud bYII bYILIfl
1IIIIdl l
ud S wished wishedome
all lie
r 11 itid lIld j that
II ILIfl eO slnrU Hum ome of his reasons reasonsand reasonsIn
Ih niHors ur and andjMtut and11th uiitler
II reject JLCt 111e II repIJrt
hu1
hlld hlldlIblllt IiiidIII
In y lurned down he
turned
wef er
11th rejlrI introduce introduceri
wished to
lIblllt jMtut bill III rrllll Ill ol lie I le Ih t Iii n ri rlad ad the therid theHnute t he he11ute
jII hl 1
h n II the orl orladultery 011I
h 1 lIirtfltl rid from
1icr
h
Inlh lTh I II
Hnute 11ute that It 111111H It I 110slIl l0SS1f
I I fli CUI ill i flfl III II flue oC o adultery adulteryo adulteryunmarried > II IIgun
f pMculInR
prj
the hUMUllIll1 or orIr orT
cllhtr hIt
jt gun by Y with whom tho nl nlInlawtul niA
T Ir r the tl trtY jart Bald to hno ne been beenHcdtbo beenV
a1 Li t iR 14
Inlawtul 1 made madowtlll madeI
A nwikilllonls ppIiLtlOI1
Hcdtbo V dtlie sarno
cIb3JltaIIJn allli turtlUj furthelIlh
wtlll fuI
I mall o or olllan womantI olllanIt
married
fihn Ilh n 1
1 unmarried unmarriedi
with an
It tI m1duIterY dUlter bo lIeell1ell lIeell1ellv
ehell
I Mh 1 lb parlles
1V1utery 1V1uteryTn lIteryThis
v f maiM 01 rllallmportancc rllallmportancctll1 sltal Importance Importancehl
Tn This II I a
It Is IsI
saId AIr Ir 18nll
tll1 hl Btate
questions questionsdore
lh most Intmsllng
I
My y bill WIIS itS Intro IntroL
dore fore tb9 eolllJ
elerolly hay hayla Imn ImnIi
d wek fcke a ago o and
11 L to understand 1111 Ilro Ilrorol IJroibm
la a Mnce The Sail Lake TrIbune has hasI
rol i futir editorials bitterly bitterlynnii OllpOIl OllpOIlm 011110Lflh
I nnii > 1 I mwww aure and an written 1 pro prok proM 3rCLf
t 1
m Lflh k the 1MI
of that paper
I M Lf the editor
r C Goodwin GoodwinIalprdate Uoodwlnm
11 n wc
I I a
before you youi yoUaIr ou
I stand
as
Ialprdate Mate late
m aP i
of this bill that th t there lh ro aro arof
i aIr < >
1 will willMe viIIe
friends who w ww
I < If f laY Barest will willtrouble willtrouble III IIII
with lth me They say It
Me e w I wue IC e
trouble that II w will l raise a afm aIUlire aILII
I the nation Somo BO Q so O far farH
fm IUlire ire m n
In the thei
H I d ddare lire that It will result
i MI IIf R constitutional eonHitulloll111Ullenlhnent amendment amendmentf
u
f I 11 dlr < Hrftly > rtly at Utah Now I want wantt
tW if we lived In any un other otheri
t t
friends would wouldIvt woulllr omtId omtIdW
i > i M the tnlon I Chin my
Ivt r vitti W lb m on this proposition if ItI ift
t iw I pmpoM passes there will willIi
Union nlon that will have havej haveeryailtah
Ii I nn r sv II In the
j i It < rtiingcM lllOg nllaW law on the subject ot otliilm otIIery
liilm eryailtah M nah Vtahi
i ir r murals are as good ns rt the timer hefI
r jr > r i II f any Slate In this country countryi
i ufosi IIW l ty y is unqiuitloned and I fur furl or ord ur urII
d i willing to cower any looser looserf lOMeI lOMeIt
f I fv t o the people of the other otheri
i i tfcjt 11 1 we II e are ar afraid of ourselves ofourselloYf ofOurselVeL ourselvest
t VJB I vU dunt dun t propose to repeal repealilng
r ilng dn il s Wftd gg ct d Allison Allisonv AilI thIonko on onr
v ir r wai the reply re ly I lam nm mere mereit
it I uipf trl ko r to 0 make our present law I I1IIInt alY less lessiMtlJtt les9Erans
iMtlJtt iMtlJttI
I inM Evnns reclttd recH t d the h hI e history hl lor of ofIIIi itn it itat
IIIi I I uiJiuf IIIUIO o1 I e wnil1 II n tIt n WhOJ WhOJiniitlons hili hiliII
iniitlons existing In inie this Smtc SmtcII
II tft tf t I mi la taui Ihu r rt repeopto people peoplea eo eon eo1ln
a ti 1ln t f undailonn of t this thlsP thlsPeo com comn eo eowho
n i a J who wrested wre lct a living 11 11b ng from tromn
1 b si s sa a III f an anii unyielding unlelrJl nl nature who whor
r n h djTt tl8ftt 4u U thom 1 < im and blossom blossomwere ilossomnI
1111
0 = were II l ere a peculiar P ecu ar peoplt peopltitii proflltprallclnl1 ieopII
itii J h B r pratlclni rt doll a system that tlll1tlcuHur thateJ
1 r vijfar I < ular to 1 nther Ih IhI r people They Theyr
I eil I thrlr iy r tem em fl to be right rights t f g I It ItE
s 1 4 iii I i tij t laws I w hearing hearingf arln arlnI
f E I i i Thnse muse Itvt were en enI enra
I I fral t ral ra tfeers leer At t this his tlmo tlmor
I r jr f to fu r rflta into I the miseries ml mleerjeeY erles erlesh
I 1 If rings of our o r people Pe contend contendi
i h y did for fort or what Iloot IlootPe 13 they thought thoughtl
h
I l < n Iwisr train of t tf trouble nnd nnduHsMv nndnlq andI
f 11 t 1 uHsMv u hI v frausht trau h with many mnnylor manypeople
I Bi nlq our lor people fought foughtif Cou I I II Ineled It Itn
if n neled eivwl to be their theirin
I ½ in n a I th giitircme SllOr me court C t of tho thol
a I tiN l lW they I P were wereIr
i II i it he e ihnH 1ho t > right l iiitmm It vas wasIn vasJthepractlwBcom
Ir I I t Ihat JthepractlwBcom It Ie pmctlcil cOIn cOIn1I
In mm 1 fslnlH I III 1I e II hut ut h he e < 1 w waN WIUI
I 3 tu annul J the Ih
conmscts mp9cte 8cts nnd nndt
r 015 I saradv ar dv rnterwi lame nh NIrrm Into nto the thei theriik
I
I t all COnfralIB I cor eontract cOtitractithmit ctH tlmt thntruk
i i ruk r H II park P > < of i honor h ooor could not noteil
THE ENAHL1N0 I ATJLI G ACT ACT1i CT CTi
i 1 1 2 ° I the
Enabling
1i frthc Act pro
a nial 1t l
malocltlwn mole citizens of the
u I ivtr fr r the ae O e of twenty
1 1 whl vh have
T < resided In cold ntdln
Illr on ° rniltinf ior nr next prior to
I I i r ln
ar hhel5by hel5by hereby authorized Uthorh to
1 e IW Md in lhoIlS h hu di
trfnd usdHesiiteS degulcR legates to form
n B ntn hi In tdii Territory T Tnn fhell
a pnrllonmcnt
or delogateb
ta
the
t lteri trII
untlcs
k 1 Continuing lImo
t1Ii1l
The fl
bjr l ot
knln kn at Ih ttah cOlnmlalllners
br autborlzd eommlslson Is here
re rtw I i In1 tt1UirerJ to eau CaUse e n
er1 er vI f tal T mplte ttlllration ot vol ot
rrrItnry rfltnr to be mail mailcxcct
the ° under
f
IIfllnn IIOt t1 f
the taws ot
time
Ia United 1
e all nn IBid Cli
tb cai alh requir ulrtd Territory for cxcct exce t that t
III md Iu etai ba be tOtflglstrnl1olt registratlom under underns und r
t 1 r m h q ma modified ns a to o olhe
1ruetcd flttijtr1ll1lhJIIlCt dllacllIonl In ihi ot the electors as s sluch
Ittt luch new newflu regis
Under
14i 4 raid Jaws hllll be
so
i II 10
1 fit 1t the th
tht el ttOri tofl e flu imcatloM of ofn
ftJ
11 llt Ze r J1rerrlb prenribl 1 In n lhliact lhliactl thl this act
Klltratlln
tr tW1 f 10lIe maI > as aslhe
tirmable l
rmable
I with time lhen provl provisions lons
1 1 f II rn flmy bt > nnd n < 1 such FUCl1cnT elec
IhI b t n1 ttltfates aps hall be conducted
11 at < the tae lerWknle the result ascer
VJel ehcm cnT rertiqi 6 6Ni ot erllOnll
It lJIDnvntion Issueilln Isstmed in the
In Iij t t feud Ni a TPrrI I II as I lrVTlP prr preribd rrlbP < 1 b by > the toiM
1
tl rrItry
II1 1
Trrloty regulating
iM llhhn et f reglatng dec clecLegls
ht r members of offti5likpr the Legis
fti5likpr ftt 1 iie StvD Setii I the I PMlde > vWe < Thl Thn That > t the 11ele
W Ln El ea r r hnvenion nPllllon thus husJTtr cletted
at tb c1eted
hf mJ JTtr Tcrrp fat e t ot ° f K CCernmelt gOVernm ° v vih
L irlht ry n tho filM
1aNI harh I l fl 1 Miammday tIIHla
I L4t anr I lifter
detjare lter organizing
lre on on brhlf
11 L ± iropsA ro I d Btle ttp bihal ih of the IH PeoPle Cllle of offipon
r1nliulcn mutuiion tha that thp they adopt tht thtr1nliulcn tho
the th
tC
Iblt fipon thriasrt CnHel nltc < 1 atttte atttteird
I pn the aid
I sail i 1M fcrbal2 invention shall shalrEI hal
1 rEI 1tltH trrbr aM authorJ autborj7o11 d I to torl forn orm ormjipiid
1 I J jipiid Thi l tPsd Sd VSti B at atn Hate e 80vernn governmenl nt for forIn
55 D In torm IOD IItn Ihal shall be repubhi
tl tmli < r J sn an1 at make rlghll no ditncton Npubl In Inof
or color on account of ofnot
1t d lad ICPI A n to ln4lmi not notfih
n t to t be Inrlll
ritItti11 I vPpugfla pugnant to the
lrUtUtOI rf th tflite thl
e Nln
frlnaa 1es It fih fihAni f thp th lnltd D Ielaration Btltu nd
r Ani ni < dntaton of In Indman
f h I dman 1 bano ai V nvcnuon Ionrenton ° lh Ihan > H Hwe
S
h
we
IrtPIOalJle with
t t rf rn M th lBlw nltld Stntel an
Id Hatp Hatpt tnd
Tr t
11
hr t 1 TU terr rort toleration oC
tolraton
s b t nlloT hal hsli be o Pecured
1 hbam oured
L tanl
r I a 3 oC said Sicte
I l v I flo In percon or
or jrll UI lun ft his Qr pelon hlr molo
Irldrl rhp Jtovld providel d moh that thatnre
Xpp flurl IUrml
tre f blblf1 marriages arc nreto
ion OD I
ltUlon tttkn Pr1dt irjd InI That hat In case a
Stu
tO
tori nel i goemmrmt
In simahi
f CJrJlan mPiianr ith the hnl
t
rA
1 r the tbl a the wih pr
Pt lme m tonenlon VOflventIon form
hahl
4 for Obrittiag Ihal Iro1de vroyjj by ordln
lbltlg laid
Uld conttuton COflititutton to t I
th tiaopl of f Nftld ald Stab fur lit littion 18 ralOc ralOclon ratiflon ratiflonttofl
thfI1Oplu
or rejmion at an election Icton tu toTioM be behohit o oe
tion reJetlun
lon th time Tiieaaoy nct after the thehrt theiltNt
TioM e on fl Itd I Illt tll tll11t
hrt iltNt Monday In Novemlier eighteen clirhtcenhundred elrhtcel eighteenhundred
hundred 11t MOltlay nnd nlnetyllvo lit which elec election ekl ekltlon ele eletirin ¬
tion tho lnt qualified fluallll voting otr11 ot wUd t d pro pronosul proIJOlc irot10t
nosul t10t State shall shal vote ot directly Ilrlctl for or orn ornlllt ornmmtInt
IJOlc ln the piupocftd conmltutlon nnu nnufor tiimdfor
n nmmtInt t ContUlon Ilt
for nlllt or iiKalnil any lny revisions B epornely > piimte piimtejy pllte pllteIy
BubniUlwl lllmt The return of said ald lrl elec election Iec Iecon ec ectton ¬
jy tion on tubnltlu flhnll h I 10 mndo 1h ta t Uw w pnld Mil Utah UtahCommission UtahrUlunlAslon UtahCurflltllsiOfl
Commission who Im ehnll Ihll cause CalHO tho sam samuto samto samoto
rUlunlAslon
to be canviiiHed ed email If n majority Iljorly of oftlic o oftime
time votCI vokH crulju cast on 11 that quottlon Qloltonllml ehull hail he hefdr hetdr befdr
fdr the comtltutlon nhnll hll certify rtr the theresult therelult timerecuR
result to conttuton the tli prnnUknt rfltd nt of the Unlled UnlledStati8 Unllll UnllllIHill Unitetliftmote
Stati8 toB tOK81hcl together tlicr with a utatement ftLtom nt of the thevot th thVolll thevotes
IHill
vot Volll votes s cnst tlftiroon and alllllol upon nepamtc nepamtcurildos teparnte teparntenrllcJc separmiteurtioJes
urildos 01 ptbposttlom Illopoltln tul lll n ropy COP of ofoulJ otIIIJ ofnuid
oulJ constitutIon nrtlce nrlcel proposition propositionnnd propositon propositonnlllolUnrmces
IIIJ consttlltOl
nnd ordinances And Anlll If tho constitution constitutionand consttutlol consttutlolalll
nlllolUnrmces
and itil government of said al alll < l proposed Stato Statonro BtatoIro Itatoore
ore alll republican r Ioermnnt plllcan In form IrOr08C1 and Ilnl If nil ni the thoprovisions theproVisions theprovisions
Iro
provisions of this act hnve hnv been com compiled COJ COh1IPhd1 ¬
piled with In tho formation tormnton thtireof It Itshall Itchill I I8h1
111011 shall be time I duty of tho President of ofthe oCthe ottIme
the 8h1 United SlntcB to ISBUP his proclamn proclamntlon
tlon Onlell announcing annoulclng the rcHUlt relulot of Mid 11ld oleo election oleotoo dectiomm ¬
tion nnd thereupon the proposed PfIIOB11 State Stiiteof Blto Bltoot
too admitted by byCon h hConJrcs byConrass
of Utah slmll be deemed dCrmed almlnell
Con Conrass uoh rfisa shnl Into the Union unilci undll anti IIHl by byvlitno byvlltuo lyirtuo
ConJrcs vlitno vlltuo nf q this net en nfl 1 cnual cqlul tootIng footlnuwith lootng lootngwih tootIngtithi
with tht original Btntas from and at after attal atteE ¬
teE wih tho thl 11n Into 10 of said Haii rrClamntOn rrClamntOnAtclo proclamation proclamationArticle proclamnatinmmtrticlo
Article 3 p 40 O of 0 the Constitution Constitutionunder Consttuton Consttutonlulr
under Atclo the head h0111 of ordinance olllllnC provides providesFlrnt plvlleR plvlleRFlrHt providesFirst
lulr First Perfect Ierroct toleration lollrltlon of rullRlous rullRlousBpntltnent IIIRlous IIIRloussontmonl rolIKiOUsentinmemit
Bpntltnent la I guaranteed fuaranlelll No Inhabit Inhabitant Inhul1 inhabitmutt ¬
ant sontmonl of this thl State shah over bu inolested inolestedIn
lmliwet
In pcison or property on account uf bin hloor hil hilor binor
or pplson her mode modeot of religious lelgloUI worship wOshlp but butpolygamous hutIlolntumnu butiolganmntms
polygamous or plural plull marriages larrlngcs nro nroforuver nrotoreer areformPr
foruver prohibited prohibitedIURO
prohIIled prohIIledlaJo
IURO 72 Tim Constitution Consttuton was wasadopted WIM WIMIdopterl wmtadopted
adopted laJo 7 Nov B 1S93 15 by I I1 n Vote ot 31305 31305to 313O
to 7087 The proclamation of time Presi President Ircsldent Iremtident ¬
dent 708 of the United Unied States announcing announcingtho nmmnouncImmthe
the result rcsul of such election electon and nlil admit admitting ollmlttng omlmnitting ¬
ting the th State to the Union Unlcl wns Issued IssuedJan IfAued IfAuedan InetmedJan
Jan tng an 4 1R90 The InniiRuradon InlllUlon of Slate Slateolllcers jatooillcers I Iolcers
olllcers took place Jan 0 1830 which whichwns whkhWAS whichsas
tool Pace I
WAS olcers evidence fldplce that t lit the provisions of the theKnnblliiR timepnnbhlmmg
KnnblliiR Act md been lcen fully ful compiled compiledwith complell complellwlh commmplletlitlm
with wlh rnabln itlm In l the formation tormaton of the Constitu Constitution Consttt Constitution ¬
tion
ton tonJUDOE
JUDOE OOODWINB COODWINBSlEmCI COODWINBSlEmCIJlllo SPEECH SPEECHGoodwin SPIMCIIJuilge
Jlllo Juilge Goodwin QOOlwin made lhe following followingspeech folowing folowingspeech tohioringspeech
speech In the Constitution Constlulonul conven convention conlenton conventiomm ¬
tion tionMr ton tontMr tMr Mr President Mr Ir Evans anl toys OI It Itwould I Itvou1d
would foil hI nn 11 unustlnl unllal jirociiedlnK IIOcllfdlng and andprobably ondolabl andprobably
probably olabl It I would wluI iUltl but IJt the circum circumstances circumItlncCI cireumnstimimeca ¬
stances ItlncCI arc unumial Thin has ha never neverconfronted nenronfronted ileverommfrontetI
confronted nny on other territory telrl tern tory when whenupplylDK whp1 whennpplyiimg
upplylDK for ytntchood Iltehootl tatehi i and the point pointIn IlolnlII
In II It Is II this when hmemm Mr 111 Thurmnn 1lurlon the theother theother timeother
I thlSllhCI
other day thought t that the thl article nrlcle In Intho InIhe inlimo
limo ordinance onlnancl was not milllclent MUlcllt that thatIt
It ought OUfht to ko lo ntrcriKthcned ntrcflthened I was In InhopeH II inl1oId14 I
hopeH hOllcl his iJca I el would be be carried caried out outby oulby outby
by the Convention Comcnton solely 801e us an evi evidence cIdelce Cvideuce ¬
deuce delce of good faith talh It I wont make any anydifference anydlrerenco armydifference i
difference dlrerenco In tho future There lhero Is no noSlnte noStnte noState
State whore the laws IIWB mire enforced enforcednRalnst enCoced enCocedagalnlt enforcedagainst
against agalnlt tho public mble xentlment lentment of the peo pcoplo peopll
plo pll Now Ol If I public publc sentiment sentment of the thopeoplo thepenille theiie0ide
peoplo of this thi Territory rrlor Is that tht tho or ordinance 01tlnnce emdlnance ¬
dinance tlnnce Hhall Ihul be backed borkedLy by legislation legislationwhich legislaton legislatonwhich legielationwhich
which will wi lanka Inku penalties penalies and ant enforce enforcethem enCorcethem enforcethorn
them that will wi be done dot1 If I a change changeshould chno chnoshouI1 crngeI4hmOtmhl
should shouI1 come amid the sentiment scntment should shouldIrt Ihouh
Irt b l that Ullt It I woe wnl nobodys Mho11 business wo wowill wefli 0 0w
will w fli I do what lmnt vo please that will wllla bb b the thorule therule timerule
rule The question lucstiol ttmt stiomm that confronts contrnts us Is Isjust Isjust Isjust
just this Wo Se know that almost every everychurch everchurch everychurch
church organization olanlzaton outside of lt Utah In Intho Intho Inthe
tho United States will wil wIiian scan aran this Consti Constitution Const Comlstttutlon ¬
tution thoy time will wi study it I with wih a I his disposition tH tHIIOlllton hisposition ¬
position to if I possible possllle 11 Ind had nd some fault faultin tlUI faultin
in IIOlllton n It I Now when wlen they do that and andthere nndthere andhlmere
there Is merely a t declaration declarton that there therewill therowil thereviil
will wil bo 10 no n more polygamy they will willsimply wi vihlalmnply
simply AIIJI laugh Inul They will wi Bay those thosepeople thoMlcorle thoseleotIe
people lcorle have simply sI0l1 made Inll < ft declaration declarationfind Ileclnrton Ileclnrtonnnd
find have 110 provided prolt f11 no n tnenns teans on earth earthto earthto
to enforce It It It I Is not what Is to be beafter betCer beafter
after tCer statehood Itntehlod Is obtained Ihtulncd but 1 It Is Ishow Ishow ishow
how to obtain obtall statehood For l or Instance Instancetho
tho President of tho United Unied States Stltes Is I Inm I1m Ifbi
nm 1m told a member lemher of tho Presbyterian Presbyterianchurch Presbyterianchurch Presbyterianchurch
church I think he Is a I little Ittlo lax laugh laughter nulh nulhter ¬
ter but no n matter tlter He le may Ily have fixed fixedIt Ixed IxedIt
It all 01 right with hil hmi Ills own eoul Ho pro professcs profC8sC professen
fesscs fC8sC to bo a Presbyterian PeHbylerlnn He hns a ngreat aJreat agreat
great Jreat many Presbyterian friends Ho Is Isa Isa Isa
a lawyer He construes things thln 8 exactly exactlyas exacty exactyal
as al I would construe them when he has hnstho hastho hastime
tho capacity to LaughtT Now Nowwhen Nol Nowhmen
when hmen the Constitution ConHttuton Is carried up to tohim tohim tohim
him we will wi suppose fUIIPOSO n case Wo o will willfuppoc wi hIt hItpuppoile
fuppoc In the fame election lecton by b which whichthis wllrh wllrhIhls whichthis
this Constitution Constiuton Is approved npproYe there thereshould therehouhl thereShould
should be Republican Hllublcnn officers ofcerf elected electedall electpilni
all ni over the State He lt will 1 not only olly
have the Presbyterlnn church behind behindhim hehlnll11m beiminil1dm
him 11m 1dm but ho will vll have every Democratic Democraticnfllco DCm DemoeratkmifIlco ltr ltro1ct
nfllco o1ct holder 10lOr In Washington WIHhlngton mind all allthrough ni milltimrouglm
through throuJh tho country tolltry Id t lhl hug him that thatthere IhatIhere thatthere
there Is II a I point Jolnt where ho can afford aforll to todeljiy to11elll tomheittv
deljiy It I wont mako lalo a I bit ll nf IC difference differenceto dlCerenct
to Utah what Is In this thlr Constitution eonHttuton In Integard InIlgarel Inegar
tegard Ilgarel egar to that jiartlou larteu > r matter mnter The TheIdea Theimlea he heIlcn
Idea Ilcn Is to have something to present to tothe tothe totime
the President which ho h and Ir11 his friends friendscan
can nnd fll no flaw faw In Ini thnt Is that thathe thatIhe tlmattime
time he Enabling Fnublng Act has not only on1 been car carried carrlell carned ¬
ned out In tht th letter leter but the th means meanshave mranshnve meanshave
have been provided to enforce Its Is man mandate mandate mandate
date dateI
I had Inteneled Intenlell to offer ofer and nnl try to toargue 10IIUO toargue
argue IIUO an amendment to the ordinance ordinanceThis orJlnaneeThil ordinanceThis
This Thil amendment this morning 10rnln covers coverst cIers cIerstt
t tt F e case and what hat objection ohjeclol is II there to toHsslng tolI toilc51flg
Hsslng lI Allg It I Aro we at this time tme In the theConvention thaCOllelton theColielitiomi
Convention COllelton iolng lolnR to say Ry It I is icglsla icglslatlon leIHlaton1 legislathen
then ton1 It I Is on a theme that thlt we have no noprecedent n noprecedent
precedent for We are nIl confronted loICront 1 here herewith herewih herewitim
with wih his condition coudlton The Enabling noblng Act Acttells ct ctt cttells
tells t l uk Uthmrtt that we Wemmist must filch nlll I presume
means In nn effective efectve way declare declareforever dcclarefnrepr declareforever
forever against nal19t rolygamy rolnlm and Ind plural pluralmarriages plurl plurllarrlnCB pluralmarriages
marriages We ought to do It In such suchgood suchood suchgood
good ood futh tlth that there would bc no ques question queston queslion ¬
lion ton about It If I two years lrs hence or orfour ortour orfour
four years reas honre h nre the legislature I IAlnture de desires desires dosires ¬
sires to do anything allythlnJ else e1t It I can do It I
If l ilie Constitution ConsJtutonls Is adopted ndolt J and In1 Utah UtahIs
Is admitted ndmlted as a State the people peolle can canrevlio cnnvl emmarevLe
revlio vl e or call col n convention nnd make makea
comcnton
a new nw constitution conRttuton within wihin n year tr or ortwo 01two emtwo
two Let us go as the sovereign olerel n States Stateswent Stahsw StattsCnt
went w Cnt nt Every Evryon one of them had MatutfS MatutfSThey ltatutfs ltatutfsfhey atatutesThey
They bad provisions prolJlons In regard to slav slavery elaver la laery ¬
ery er that there should shouh be no more slav slavery sla slacry sIacry ¬
cry or Involuntary servitude serllude It I was wasfinally svaisfinally a aOnnl
finally Onnl enacted In the Constitution Constution of ofthi otth ofth
thi th United States and an l other provisions provisionsand prslons prslonsnnd
and while Of them did
whll seme ne not Intend Intendto
to keep those provisions provllonl there was wasGOOD wasGOOD as asGOOD
GOOD CUSTOMER CUSTOMERThr CUSTOMERTJrff
Thr TJrff tbren n Yrar lr sr Old I llnj llnjThe 10r 10rThe itnyThe
The right kind of food will 1 work olk won wondcra won11el wonehers
dcra 11el In the wav wa a of changing chanllng n sick lck per perIOII
1011 Ion to a healthy heah one and Rld by the same samerule samerule fer ferIon amerule
rule keep n I person In good health healthArthur henlh henlhArthur healthArthur
Arthur W V Fanning 14 I Throop St StChicago StChlcag StChcagii
Chicago III I Mdsuch had such a remarkable ex experience e cxileridmice ¬
perience hlmsMf hlm lt with wih GrapeNuts Orpt > uts Food Foodthat J Foodthat ood oodthat
that he recommended recolmended It to n friend for forhis torhis forhis
his child chid for whom the parents were wert un unable unnble unable ¬
able to Hnd Ind food thnt would woul agree agreeIt lree lreeI
It I was wal supposed luPllosed the childs chlh tftom tftomhch mitemhchm
hch Ich had h11 been ruined fulnct by the use US of ttom ttomIch medi medicines medlcines mcdldineL ¬
cines When WhcI he w wets Ililut s put on OrI1eNuts OrI1eNutshe GrapeNuts GrapeNutshe
he began Iclan to Improve and Mr Ir Panning Panningsay 1lnnlngsaYI
say saYI I Will 1 wager that although alhoujh ho Is Ubut Islut isbut
but lut three yearn MI old now he Is tho best besttdngle bcstdnglo bestMingle
Mingle handed customer the Postum PostumCereal 108tum 108tumCereal IoatumnCereal
Cereal Co have today He le has become becomeble bcome becomelug I
lug 1111 nnd otrong Itrong and nnl l II Is in perfect con conI eondition ¬
dition I 1101 I have received recelC thanks many manytimes man mantme manytimes I
times tme from his hI Mother 1Iother for bringing bringingGrapeNuts bringIngOraPNuts bringingGrapeNuts
GrapeNuts OraPNuts Food to their attention atenton The Thewhole Thowholetnml Timewhole
whole wholetnml family omIt nre usln using the food now nowMy nowMy nowMy
My own experience waR remarkable remarkableT
T had for years eqr a stomach trouble touble I Igot IRot Igot
got to 1 could oult cat elt nothing nlhlns for or break breakfast hreakflt breakfast ¬
fast flt except nn orange all llold solid food and andmeat andreal andmeat
meat real being out of the question questionWhen que8tlonWhrn questionhen
When hen Iwns Induced to take on Grape GrapeNuts OrapnNul OrapeNuts
Nuts I did dil BO 10 with wih fear and d trembling tremblingbut tremblng tremblngbut
but found out to ti my lY pleasure and sur surprise 8urprls surprise ¬
prise and great Ireat benoflt bft to my lY health healththat Ilealh Ilealhthat iieAithhint
that I had hall1 a m food I could hold on my mystomach m mstomach mystomach
stomach and i6uld k uhl do a good cool fore forenoons torenoons forenoons ¬
noons vork vorkI
I have not had n headache hella ne glnce using usingGrapeNuts u usingGrapeNuts lnf
GrapeNuts Oral > eNutl Food and In one year I Ihavo Ihao Ihave
have gained attd IG pounds Jound I am so < much muchof
of an advocate ndoclto of the food foo that people peopletuspcct pe pepIcsusilect ple pleIUsllect
tuspcct IUsllect me C at ftlelll being Interested In the theCo lheCo theCo
Co I have M VO won 01 over Oer a number nur cr of friends friendswho Crlendsho friendswho
who ho are now n using ulnl it I and InJ peak In tho thohighest thohlhut tImehighest
highest hlhut terms of It ItGrapeNuts IIGrpe itGrap
GrapeNuts Grpe Grap Nut Food wins Ins Its Il own way waywithout tynywithout 1
without nny nn trouble truble It I can rln bo borne by bythe bythe bythe
the weakest wc aheet stomach lto mach And Cnd contains the thestrongest tbeItrongest timeatronges
strongest food to elements known knownAll knownAl knownAll
All Al flrstclasi Ortcla grocer groerl roeerg efU Il prnpcNuts prnpcNutsFood 1rnpeNuteFood ut
Food made at the Pure Pur Food Foo rrnpe factories factoriesof
of the Postum Cereal Ceeal Co Ltd Bathe CatlleCrock Data DataCre BatheCrck
Crock Cre k Sllch lc1 s
Dark DarkRichHair DarkRich
RichHair Rich Hair 0 0Theres
1 1 =
Theres a pleasure pleastireinoflcring pleastireinoflcringSUCh in offering offeringsuch ofering oferingsuch
such a preparation preparton as Ayers AyersHair AyersHair AyersIlair
Hair Vigor It I t gives to all allwho al allwho
who use tse it such stch satisfaction satisfactionThe satisf1ction satisf1ctionThe satisfiictionThe
The hair becomes thicker thickerlonger thickerlonger thickerlonger
longer softer and more glossy glossyAnd glossyAnd glossyAnd
And its its such a pleasure not notto notto notto
to have any dandruff dandrf on 01 the theclothing thecothilg theclothing
clothing cothilg It I gives one ole such sucha
a sense of security to use useprepartion a apreparation apreparation
preparation that others have haveused haveused haveused
used for half a century You Youknow Youknow Youknow
ceived know you YOl nre art not being beng de deceived deceived dcccivcd ¬
One dollar a bottle bottleIf bole boleI
If I your our druggist cannot supply you YOI lend lendui CIIJU
ui U f 110 moo and we WI will wil express e lie R bottle botle to you younil younil OU OUni
nil ni charge charle prepaid He le lure lre and give us usyour lS lSyour usyour
your ucarcit uenrel express UCI office officeJ I CI
J C AVER A EII Co Lowell roItl Man ManSend Mal MalSend MassScndfor
Scndfor Send for or our handsome book on 01 oimThe The Hair Hairnothing Hairothll lIirnothing
nothing othll in II what hat they Ihe presented Ilt seltetl that thatthere th3tthee thatthere
there thee could be any an criticism lrltld on 01 As s fat fatns tal1S fatas
ns 1S the words go 10 the words oils were ere apt aptThey 111t 111tfhe nlmtfhmey
They fhe snU 1 core carl nothing nothll about Ibout th thfuture the thefuture thefuture
future 1 urn 11 perfectly plrl tll llllng WIIIg to totrust totrustI trust trustU
U I I halo perfect peltect fnlth fnlh It I will wi be all nil1right allright allright
right Hut Iut let us U tlx Ix It eo dlltt that tho thoPresident thoPresident thePresident
President of the United lnllli States 8tltl8 at least leastcannot la leastcalmnot t tCalot
cannot Calot In II his obstinate olMllltl way vn a say sa It ItInii I ItIOC
do Inii IOC not 10t fiult me III you ou hud better lel > I go goback gobtck 0 0IJlt
back IJlt and try It I over You know Mr MrPresident Mrlreldelt ilrIrestdommt
President lreldelt ho does 110111 hoeS not want any moro morosilver mutl mfloreshiVer
silver 11 r coriBrotsmen lorlcreUel You know ho has haspeculiar hasIleeulal hasiectmilam
peculiar ways a8 Once or twice he has haspretty haslcl hasPrettY
Ileeulal
pretty lcl nearly neutralized the law IIW and andwhen andwhen andvhmtmm
when eight or 0 em ten of his hl constituents constituentsnot consttuents
not around him hl nnd tell lel him he e ought oughtto
to do 10 It I then he takes It upon him himtelf himtelf hImeelt
telf telf to think that ho wns as raised up
by b God Almighty Ahnlhty to be the savior of ofthe atthe ofthe
the United Unied States and when a man manKtts manJcts mnammgtts
Ktts Jcts In that t frame of mind there is no nottlllnu nottln not1iini
ttlllnu ttln whnt he will wi do let us fix Ix It Itbo I Itho
bo that tmt neither nelhcr ho nor his friends cnn cnncrlllclnQ ca cancrIticise
crlllclnQ crllcre one Ole word It I will 1 make no dif dlfference 41terenca differemmce
ference to Utah Let us UI act In abso absolute absoluteloOI absolute ¬
lute luteloOI Hood faith fnlh so 10 far as our words wordsnre wordsl
nre l > concerned and have hlv It fixed Ixed so that thatn thlt
n 1 penalty pel1I If I that Is disobeyed can bo boIndicted boIn beI
Indicted IndictedA In I Ilet 01 01A
A ItEMAKKAHLB nE IAHAlLE SPEECH SPEECHThli SPEECHThl SPLICIITimis
Thli Thl Is a most 0st remarkable speech speechsaid IpeechRall speechitaid
said Rall President 1lealJnt Kvans J vans ns sincerity slncerl seemed seemedto 6ecIed 6ecIedto
to make no difference dllerence to the speaker speakerHis spenkerIls
His Ils only object seemed to be to deceive deceivethe dlcelve dlcelvethe thceIvetime
the President of the United Unlell States But Butthe nutthe J3t1Ithe
the convention conrcnton said he was wrong wrolg and nndhis andhis andhits
his amendment Illdment was rejected rejectedYet
Yet continued contnueJ the senator that
Constitution Consttuton was Ul accepted by the Presl Preslelent
dent after ofer the closest scrutiny ICrutll by b the theman thelan timemaim
man lan who had Bald Why 1hy dont you ou
live lre like lke other people Why dont you
live IIe like ikI us usPrcMdcnt uslr mis1rtIent
PrcMdcnt lr tcnt Evans then quoted Iuoled the laws lawsof
of other SlAtes relative to the
otlcl Hlalt8 lelalro name nameliteotlon samequcston nameltientioml
qucston liteotlon as lS follows followsUfVlscd folows folowsHolaed followsIteVIel
UfVlscd Statutes of Iowa 1011 1SSS p
1650 Cec C317 C317Every 63 0317EVery
Every JJver peison Ilcl0n who commits commis the thecrime thecrime timecrimne
crime of ndultory adullr shall shal be hl punished pUllsheJ by
Imprisonment Ilprlsollent In II the penitentiary Jcnltentnr not notmore notInorc notImmore
more than thll three years or by line lne not notexceeding notexceedluR notexceeding
exceeding 300 and Imprisonment Imprlsolment In the thecounty thecount timeCounty
county count Jail jai not exceeding exCeelllj one year eur and andwhen nnJwhen ammdwhen
when the crime crln l Is committed commited between betweenparties between1Irtcs betweenilmirties
parties 1Irtcs only onl one onl of < t whom is I murrlud murrludboth ImrrllI ImrrllIloth mmmnrrieiltotit
both are art guilty guit of adultery oluler and shall shal be bepunished bepunished bepmiflishied
punished accordingly accordinglyNo necorlnly necorlnlyNo
No prosecution proecuton for adultery can bo boconwiiiuid bocomnlnettl becmmmnlneI
comnlnettl conwiiiuid but on the complaint of the
luubaml hu bnl1 of wife wifeThe wlo wloThe smifeTime
The Supreme 8ulalle court COIJt of Iowa JUlt6S InwaGS 65 Iowa Iowan
n II 410 holds thnt the Ihe prosecution Ilr pcuton may Iny InyIe
be Ie commenced eollenccJ by b the til husband hUKlnll or wlf wlfeither wlCt svIfeither >
either elhor oy iY complaining coml1lllning hofore the thcllnJ thcllnJur grand mand
Jury ur or lt by ly filing Iln information Informaton with Ilth a amagistrate C aiiagistroite
magistrate Ilulhtrtl It Is II not necessary npcesal that thatthe thntIhe thatlie
the Ihe liutbaml huhnnt or < Ir wife Ie be endorvud ellllld on un In InrHllctmmt anrmdicttmment
indictment rHllctmmt agalnut nllll t the tholcusud tholcusudlndlr m flcUsed flcUsedUnder < cusoil cusoilUnder
Under lndlr section secton 4831 of the Iowa 1010 code codeprovision codeprovision codeIrovision
provision Is Ismalo made for the wife wie to tes testify iestty testify ¬
tify tty against t the husband In Inln an adultery adulteryrnpe adulteryClfe
case Clfe Tliln hll has his been upheld by h the theHupreme thotupremc timelupreime
Hupreme tupremc Court of Iowa lOl In several sCorl In InMnncen Intance iiistances
stances CIS tance 31 Iowa 101 p 1 21 24 33 3 Iowa p iiCIS
CISThe The fie theory theor of the law In a a as expounded expoundedby oXllotlded
by 1 1 th < Supreme Court COltt of Iowa 101 and andMichigan unc andMiehmigaim
Michigan Mlchlgnl If II that thlt the offense otnAe U a I ciitne ciitneby cln8 cln8II eiiineby
by II tb Ihf time husband husblnd or wife tafralnst nllnlt time th oth other otht ohmtr ¬
er t rather rAlhlr than against laJna society locet In Jen Jenml isimiai xon xoneml
eml and 111 upon 11m such prosecution IlrOleutol there therefore therofurt therefur ¬
other fore furt one may ml bu 1m a I witness Wlne H against nsilst the theother theother theother
MICHIGAN MICHIGANCompiled MIchIGANCompiled ICION ICIONCompletl
Compiled Completl laws of Michigan 18D7 Vol 01
3 page 3tiGsec 31G 3476 sec 11 IUDO 11600No COO COONo i
No ro prosecution for COI adultery atuer shall shol be becommenced becommmmencod I ICOllnenced
commenced COllnenced but lut on he thl complaint cOII > lllnt of the thehusband thehusblnd timehmmmbanmh
husband husblnd or wife and no auch prosecu prosecution proseruton Prosecution ¬
tion ton shall shnl be commenced CllmelCcd after one On year yearfrom > cnr cnrfrom enrfrom
from the time tme of committing cormltll the of ofTho otffnHI offence
fence
ffnHI ffnHIThe
The Supreme court cout of Michigan holds
21 Mich lch l 11 > 614 Gi that the tH fact that n ncomplaint I aconiplaint
complaint In such Iurh cases Cles must be made madeby molleII mmmdcii
by II the husband or wife Ife of one on of I the theoffenders theofendets thecfTeiidern
offenders ofendets does doesnot not make the complaint complainta
a party to the case the people and the thedefendant thedeftndant tImedefendant
defendant are the parties partiesMAY partNI partNIIA partiesMAY
MAY IA y IJE ui DISMISSED DISMISSEDThe JS ISSED ISSEDThe
The Supreme court of Michigan lchgln ha hacone h hIOle has hasgoime
cone IOle even Iven further than the statutes statutesIt stotuteI
It I holds holdllhlt that a prosecution pro eculon for adultery adulteryalthough aruler arulerBlhonh adulteryalthomigim
although Blhonh carried on by the people after aftercomplaint ater atercOlplalnt aftercomnphalnt
complaint cOlplalnt by b the husband hu band or wife ot otthe otthe ofthe
the accused accusl may ma be dismissed dlmlued at any anytlmo an antmo anyIliac
Iliac when the person competent to tomake tolake tomake
tmo pcrlon
make lake complaint nuki leave to withdraw withdrawIt wlthdrlW wlthdrlWIt
It 55 3 Mich leh p SID SIDA 519A OlDA
A similar simiar ruling ruln has hal been been made by bythe byIhe bythe
the Supreme court of Minnesota lnnc otl 22 N NV NW Nw
W V Hep 1oP p 10 0 and ant by b the Supreme Supremecourt Suprcmecourt Supremecourt
court of Iowa m 27 N W Hep Iep p 355 355PUBLICITY 355 355PUBliCITY
PUBLICITY NOT OT NECESSARY NECESSARYH N
H It I note necessary for the husband husbandor
or the wife who makes complaint to be beknown beknown beknow
known to the public 111ble In the tht case CQle The Thesupreme TholprCme Thesupreme
supreme lprCme court or Michigan lchljal holds h01ds67 h01ds67N G7 G7N
N W Rep Iep p i S19 19 that tha the he complaint complaintwarrant complaintsvarrant < olillalnt olillalntwnrant
warrant wnrant or r Information need not allege allegethat alc alcIhat allegethat
that the complainant Is the thl wife of the theaccused thefccued timeaccused
accused fccued Tho supreme court of Min Minnesota 11n 11nneJotn Mm Mmnesota ¬
nesota holds holls 42 N W Hep p 602 that thatIt
It need not ot bo alleged aleJel or be proved provedthnt proe provedthat
that the prosecution I Irosecuton > was on complaint complaintof
of the t th husband hUlbnnl or wife wifeNORTH wle wleOnTI wifeNORTh
NORTH OnTI DAKOTA DAKOTARevised DAIWTAHevJsed D4IOTARevised
Revised Codes North Dakota 1899 16 p p143S
143S 15 ttc sec c 7ICJ 7ICJAdultery aC3Aduler 160 160Adultery
Adultery Aduler Is the voluntary sexual In Intercourse Intercouue Intercourse ¬
tercourse of a married maried person peron with wih n nperson uJ aIerson
person J ron other than the offenders ofenderl hus husband husmnd huskhand >
band or wife and when the Intercourse IntercourseMs
4j Ms s between a 1 married woman and n nnln amumn
jnan nln mumn that Is unmarried II the man Is anl also alo aloUII alsokPSmhtY
guilty UII of adultery adulteryNo atulcr atulcrprsecuton
No prosecution prsecuton for Co or adultery allulery shall Ihal be becommcneedO hecomlcne becOmntmmeiiCCdQ
commcneedO comlcne dO except on the complaint of ofthe atthe ofthe
the huslmml or wife < and no such prose prosecution prosecuton prosecution ¬
cution cuton shall 81al be commenced cOlnmencel after uler one oneyear oneyear ne neear
of year ear the from offense the thm tlmo of the tie committing committingof committng committngof
OREGON OREGONOregon On OnhGONOregon GON GONOregon
Oregon Code ItS p S15 Gen Sec 1SJ9 1SJ9A
A prosecution llrscuton for I the crime crlnc of adul adultery n adultery ul ultery ¬
tery Ihal shall hal not be commenced cmmencell except on onthe onthe onthe
the complaint of the husband or wife wifeand wie wiean wifeand
and an within one fear hlr from the time lme of ofcommitting a ofcommitting
committing commItng the crime or the th time when whenhe whenthe whenthe
the he same shall hal come cme to II the knowledge knowledgeof
of such husband or wife wifeWhen wtfeWhon wifeWhen
When the crime of adultery dulen ii I i com committed cm cmmlted cammlttcd ¬
mitted mlted between a marrle4 woman and andan andn andan
an n unmarried unmttTlcd man the man shall hal be
T ttT itrdeemneil ttTdeemed r
de deemed ie11 guilty guiy of o adultery Idtler also Ilso and be bepunished bepUIIshed beitlilishiCd
punished pUIIshed according IccorllnjI IccorllnjIIN necordingiMINNESqTA accordingMINNESqTA
MINNESqTA MINNESqTARevtrcd IN J Bq1 Bq1nevletl
Revtrcd Stltutes Statutes Minnesota tnnlsotf 1S3I I I p I
173 lG sec e 6JtO 6JtOIf 60I 66It
If I nny married woman ha hli has sexual sexualIntercourse lxunl lxunltltNcuurse sexualIntercourse
Intercourse tltNcuurse with wit n man other than her herhusband horhusluld hertmUbiltld
husband husluld whether married or not It they theyslmll th th8hal the theimhiali
slmll 8hal both be guilty Jul ty of adultery Idultt and andshall nndfhl antishall
shall fhl 1 be lo punched imumm iisimed by h ImprUonment 111rhollent I iii prison immemit In Intlic II I mm mmthe
the tht Btatu Sltl prison prlsol not mme > than two twoyearH t twoyearH 0 0arl
yearH arl 01 b I > fine In not exceeding thrco thrcohundred tlo tlohlhll tlmmulmtmmmtjieti
hundred hlhll dollars Iolar but ut no 10 prumcurton prumcurtonnlmll lrONICutiol
shall Ihll bo commenced eOlonQW except in the I he com complaint comPlaint cOiflliiahmmt ¬
plaint of the husband hUUlHI or time wife Ilf suvo suvowjiun SIWOwhul stivowhen
when whul such husband hUKblUll or wife Is II lnnn lnnnand hunl inaimeand
and iw IU nuch lueh prosecution lroHtulol ihnli 111 bu com commenced comtneet coinnmenced ¬
menced after one year e8r from trll time lima tr of ofthe otthe oftime
tneet
the commission l olnmllSlo of the thl offence offenceINVITATION olenle olenleINVITATION olTemmceINViTATION
INVITATION TO 10 LHCUHR8 LHCUHR8Adultery 1I LEC1EIUISAdultery ClmnS ClmnSAdulor
Adultery Adulor Is II made a I mNIomatinor II tIIQ 10r In Inthe II intime
the States with from
following tolowlng Ftltc wih imnulUw IIUIIItol rcnm
110 10 0 to 4100 4100Maryland 3100Mniyitiiiti IOO IOOlnyllt
Maryland lnyllt Missouri llSfDUrl Now Ne Jersey JerseyTextiH JeruTIXll JerseyTexas
Texas TIXll Virginia lrgllfu Wyoming W > omlnp West Vlr Vlrfilnlu VIrglnln Ir Irgimmin
filnlu glnlnvrhlnk gimminiimlmmk
filnluThink Think of It I exclaimed oxolnhnlll tin til speaker speakerA tpenkc tpenkcA
A penalty IIPlllty of from frol 10 0 to 100 for the theerlnio thocrlmo thecrtmimo
erlnio of adultery 1 Ii 1 that not an In Invitation II IIrlato himItation ¬
vitation rlato to lecherous men to go 10 forth forthHceklng forlhHeeltlng forthseekhmmg
Hceklng to seduce sCllure the weaker wtlller t sx sex x What Whntwill WhatwiL WhatwilL
will wiL my lY fellow felow sonutors SII OI whoopposetlds whoopposetldsbill whlo1oae thla thlabi timisbill
bill bi stand upon Theic fhe Is I not time on Stuli StuliIn
In tho Union that they the > can stand ItalHI he behind hehlnJ heimiimd ¬
hind hindI I have given you my reasons lIROIS for forasking foraskilf fornskiimf
asking you YOl to turn tur down the advciBo advciBoreport alhelMrJII nilveisorpoit
askilf report rJII on 0 this bill hii miami nnl Cloel 011 bring may tnywltnetn IUYwllehl mayvItimsoi
wltnetn wllehl I toll tel you Ol well 11 have more morestringent lore lorestrlngont morestrhimgomit
In InUtah hiUlah inUtah
stringent laws la s ugnlnst Igalnst adultery a ulery
Utah than In nny other State tllto of the theUnion theUnion theIJimlon
Union I nay lay to t you ou Cut Ut oft on the theheads theheHls thehmetmmls
heads of tho cravens crVOS who whl creep around aroundfor aroundtor aroundfor
for petty revenge discovering II ovlls ovllswhere 0111 odiSsshero
where they tlY do not ot exist nnd alt trying to togothonest toget toget
gothonest get hncst honest people IlooJlo Into shame shnle and dis disgrace dl dllrCC disgrace ¬
grace lrCC They say IIY the passage of this thisnet tlls tllslet hueuct
net will 111 create CIcite u furore turot Well We1 lot It Itcome Itcor Itcome
come
cor
comeWill Will W1 you ou turn tur defenseless ictpnsolss women womenInto WOIHI womnermlimb
Into tho streets lreel as f hnrlots Will Wi you youforce youfomcothem ou ourlCO
force rlCO fomcothem them Into an exile exie for a mis mistake Ila Ilatnlle rmmiNtake ¬
take If It Is n I mistake I call cal upon uponyou 11l0n tmpommyou
you 01 this afternoon nCernoon to help helJ me vindi vindicate vlndlcato vindicate ¬
cate Utah and well we 1 move aloiift Ilollr cheer cheerily chcII cheemfly ¬
fly ly miami happily halll In the thl galaxy of ofStates oCStnes ofStates
States StatesWhen StnesWhon Statesimom
When imom the voto to reject the thl report Was wnstaken wal Wastakeim
taken takol It I stood Itooc rig Is follow Colol AyeAlder AyeAlderIlarnes AyelAldNBares AyesAlderInrlmes
Ilarnes Bares Uennlon Belnlon howell Howel Johnson Johnlln Lar Larson LarSln tnrsemi ¬
son Murdock Smoot Tanner unnlr Thomaii ThomaiiWhitney TlmonmnWhltmme homn homnWhIM
Whitney and Evans I vals Total 12 12 NO NocAlison Noes NoesAllison H HAlllson
WhIM
Alllson Klesel Klelel Lawrence Love Sher Sherman Sherlan Simerimman ¬
man Alison Whllmore Whimore Total otal C CSenator OSenntol CSenator
lan Senator Uennlon Benllon who Is on 0 tho Ju Judiciary juIlciary Joillelary ¬
diciary committee commltec and who signed the thereport theIrt timeieport
Ilciary report Irt to reject leJect the bill ll explained eXIIIllna that thatIn thatIn thatIn
In voting against Ignlnst the report relort tlmt ho hodid hodil liediii
did volnl so because bccnulo Borne of tho numbers numbersof Ilmhers Ilmhersot
dil 10
of tho committee commlteo complained thnt they theywere theywcrl tlmeywere
were wcrl not present Jresent when tho bill bi was wasconsidered W3onslderell wasconsidered
considered consideredYAN consideredvK onslderellY
YAN Y vK AN KUHAN KUIIAN KUIIANCOtilLt CASE CASECounty CASECount
County Count Attorney Atornc Clirlstcnscn Chllstcl cn May MayCall MurCnl NIl NIlCall
Call Cnl It I Up Soon SoonThe SoonThe SooiiTime
The public publc Is no doubt beginning to towonder 10wonder towonder
wonder why wh the prosecution JO ccuton of Arthur ArthurJ
J Van Kuran uran has his not nt been commenced commencedat
at least lelst In a preliminary prelminary way on tho thocharge thocharg thechmtmrgq
charge of embezzling embezzlng money mone from tho thoOregon thoOregon theOregon
Oregon Short Line Railroad Halrold company companywhile cOlllny cOlllnywhllJ companywhile
while he h was the local treasurer trelsurer of that thatcorporation thatcorporation timatcorporation
corporation County Attorney Atotl Chris Christenscn Chrhtencn Christenslll
tenscn tencn on being Leln approached pproa he upon the thesubject thesubject thesubject
subject said We have hlv been ready Iellly to tocommence 10commcnce toeoimmmimcmmcu
commence proceedings over since tho thorailway thoralwny thuraIlway
railway ralwny people checked up tl Mr Van VanKurans Vnl VanKurans
Kurans Kurns accounts and leurned lereJ the thuamount theamount theammiount
amount of his shortage hut Judge Pow Powers 10 10els lowCIS ¬
ers the attorney atorney for the accused al od man manhns Inl mnmimmimos
hns usked IKked that the preliminary Iflmlnnry prosecu prosecution Ilrosecuton irosoeulIon ¬
lIon ton be delayed from tlmo to time tme on ontint ontho cmitime
tint ground that he h was not ready to go goto
10 trial trialMr trJulMr trhtiZmlr
Mr Van un Kuran continues contnue to remain icmalnIn
In the county Jail jai pending a 1 hearing hearllg of ofhis oChis ofhIs
his case casf nnd cetms eers to be b sanguine of ofsuccess ottuece8 ofsuccess
success tuece8 In obtaining sureties luretef to go upon uponhis uponhis uponhis
his bond boll when the preliminary Irelmlnary trial trialtakes trialtakcR trialtakes
takes place He anticipates antcipates every day dayreceiving dnyoeellng dayreceivIng
receiving oeellng help from friends nnd rela relatives relatns relatives ¬
tives tns In Omaha Omahl I It Is reported that thatMr thlt thltlr thatMr
Mr lr Van Val Kurans Iuruns greatest desire upon upontraining uponJalnlng upongmining
training Jalnlng his liberty lberty Is to examine the thebooks thehooks timebooks
books of the railway ral y company BO 10 as asto a ato Osto
to bu better beter able u ble io o get let et up iil his defenSe dcfcntennd deCennn defenSemmmd
nnd nn establish catlbllh what he chums cllln that Ihatth Ihatthnleged the thealleged th thalleged
alleged nleged shortage of o 18300 Is the result resultof
of errors errorsunl and not embezzlement on his hispart hisIJart hishiart
part partMr IJarti Mr i Christensen ChllftCtn said ho had no objec objections objeclons objoctiommu ¬
tions lons to the defendant examining the theaccounts II thm thmnceoummts
accounts of the lie railway 11 I I a and fnd ostnbllth ostnbllthhid cstnblhhhIl
hid hIl defenec ns best he could but he Ie did didnot dl1nol tIlt1not
not know how hol the railroad rLlroad people would wouldtake wouldtake svouldtake
take lids thl part of n the thf rrOclllnga proceedings Judge Judge1owcrs Judge1OICrl JudgeVOsver
1owcrs 1OICrl however hOloer will 11 take alt alnlceay alnlceaytells necessary necessarysteps miecessarySte8
steps to protect Ilotect the rights o 01 his client clientTho clent clientTIme
TIme ounty attorney alormy stated ltlted finally nal thnt thntunless thntunleas thatunless
unless the th defense gets ready read for trial trialsomi trial801n
somi 801n he would call mi the matter up on onptollmlnary onplelmIMr onpmellmlnutry
ptollmlnary plelmIMr hearing hearingTho hlnrlngTho hearIngThe
Tho divorce case of ft Marlon L Freclt Frecltoltoit Freeltelton Frecelton
elton vs S William Wllllln I 1 Ireckclton Ileckelon was wasyesterday wasyenmerday 8 8CIHr
yesterday CIHr I referred to S H Lewis Lewisto
to take testimony tlstmln and report reportA rQPort
A remlttltur Ilmltttur frnni frl th Ih4 time Supreme coUrt couitwan elUrt elUrtWnJ coUrtvas
wan WnJ yesterday Cltelcln iifttrnoon uCrnool tllml OUl In the thedistrict tl timedistrict
district Ilstrht court In tin Ilfl case eUle of Jntiui JntiuiAndrus Jlll Jmmtim JmmtimAndrus
Andrus vs s Joseph Hurd Hure et a nl iii grant granting grantIng grantlug ¬
ing the plaintiff plalntH Judgment for 121 i115 i115PAIIIONS 1 1PAHO < 5 5PATKOXS
PATKOXS S OFSCllJOh Uli SCIIOOb CIU01J MEET MEETEndorse M n EEl EElElIIOISO E EEldolse
Endorse Eldolse Jill 11 Looking Joklll Loim to the tlo Incrtnso Incrtnsoof InCl lSO lSOof
of lax nx Levy LevyA 1 1A
A large Ilrg number of the patrons of o the theWashington thoWushlnstonlchool timeWtmcimimmgton
Washington Wushlnstonlchool school met yesterday cslerda after afternoon utcr utcr100n mutternoon
noon 100n to take some action ncton relative relateto to the thecontinuing th thconlnulng timecontinuing
continuing conlnulng of t the public Iluhlc schools to the theend thoelil timecpu
end elil cpu of the year ar and to t devise some somemeans Homemeans sonicmneans
means tending tenllng to help the school board boardout bonrdout boardout
out of Its present ent dlflleulty dlmlU The meet luectIs meetlag meetIng
Irl
lag was presided over by Mrs Irs Hey Heywood ley leywood heysvoud
wood president Jlcsldent of the Mothers club tif tifthe lt ltthe it itthe
the school There was Wl9 a unanimity unBnlnly nf nfopinion otopInIon ofniminlon
opinion that the schools chols should shoul be bemaintained bemnlntnlnll bemunintained
maintained mnlntnlnll at tt any reasonable reasonlble sacrifice sacrificeThe sacrifce sacrifceThe sacrificeTime
The first frst speaker was Wil 0 W Movie Moviewho Moyiewho lo le lewho
who explained eplained the Onnnclal status stats of oftho 01thl ofthe
the thl board of education educnton clearly showing showingthnt showingthat eliowimmgthat
that more funds funts must Just be lt raised rals If f the theschools thlJschooll timechmonls
schools schooll would be maintained maintainedJ malntlled malntlledJ
J 8 Hyde Jde was WtS in hearty accord with withthe wih wihthe withtime
the board and hoped hCfl11 that nil nl would wouldsupport would8ulport wouldsuisport
support that body bod In every efort that thatIt thatI
It I might Ilght make looking to the keeping keepingopen keepingopen keepingopemm
open of the schools He le thought that thatthe thattIme I Ithe
the bbard could tould accomplish ocromlllsh Its ls purpose purposeIf e eI
If I the people supported It unitedly unitedlyI unledl unledln
I n P Felt FII expressed xplssed the Ih sentiment sentimentthnt 8cntment 8cntmentthat sentimentthat
that the schools ought oUlht to be b kept open openeven olenen openeven
even If the patrons pltrnA had to BO down In Intheir Inthlr intimelr
their pockets p kel to do It I He made mate a 1 mo motion moton methin ¬
thin ton to that elfect but It I received no nosecond nosecond nosecond
second secondSpeeches secondSpches secondSpeeclmes
Speeches that were In accord wllh l h the thedetermination tIledeterllnaton timedetcrnllmmatlon
determination to maintain the tl school schoolwere schoolweremnde schoolwere
deterllnaton were weremnde made by tl M Mr irs Hyde Arthur ArthurHarnes ArthurBarnes rlhurnlre
Barnes nlre anti Mrs W M I Elliott I lot Mr MrHyde Mrhlytie Ir Ir1do
onl
Hyde 1do made a motion which was al car carried carrlel carned ¬
ned rlel to the effft lt that the patrons pnrons of ofthe ofIhl ofthe
the Ihl Washington school 81hool do all ni In their theirpower theirPtwe theirptrer
power to keep the school hool open the full fullyear tul fullyear
year Ptwe nr and 0111 to support slppnrt tho bill hi looking lookingto
to that tll end nll now before beror the Legislature LegislatureA LglslnlUI
A 4 committee commitee was WAf appointed c mpoKd cmpoPtdlt mpoKdof
of lt Mrs Irl Wllcox Wicox Mrs Zr Nellie ele Dnice Mrs MrsH lrs
H 1 A Smith Gnllh Mrs Ir J S Hyde 10 and Mrs MrsCharles MrsCharles 11
1
Charles Howe 10we to draw taw up a 1 memorial memorialto
to present to the I Ijgllatur glslatur > praying prayingthnt pralnl prayinglimit
limit IhA body to puss PO the bill bi already al alluded nlluded alhuded ¬
luded to toOIL toOIs toOJbCOMP1NYFO1tMFD
OIL OIs OJbCOMP1NYFO1tMFD OJbCOMP1NYFO1tMFDFlIesArticle9 COMPANY FORMED FORMEDFlics FOOIED FOOIEDflcs
Flics flcs FlIesArticle9 Articles Arlclcg of Incorporation With Withthe Wlh WlhIh Withthe
the Ih Comity rOIII flork florkThe Cltk CltkThe ieikTime
The Darn Oar OH 01 mmpany rnmJan was Incorpor Incorporated IneorMr IneorMratrll incorporflteti ¬
ated yesterday afternoon by b filing Its Itsarticles I ItsartIcie
articles artcle ot Incorporation Inlorprton with wih the thecounty theonunt timeuunty
county onunt clerk The he objects objels of t the new newcompany neI neIompln newcompany
company ompln ore tu prospect ptoslcl mine ex extragt e CXtreat
treat timid 001 refine rnll oil 01 gas gnt etc rtc and de develop develop thevelop ¬
velop such properties proptCI The principal principalplace prlndpdplAce prlnipalplace
place of business busln 5 of If the enterprise tnlerllhl Is II to tobf o obft abe
bft bf In this thi city CII It and the capita capial stock stnckIs nk nkI
Is I placed at IWXW divided dhldc Into lrt SOOWO SOOWOshares 500000shares O
shares sharcoC ot ten cents c nts each eachThe Noh Nohhl eachTh
The Incorporators Incorplntors arc lte E Gum Orm with withU160
41750 O hl j Chares hnrcl William Wilam C Hall 111 q 4J7O 431 431q 43763O
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k46Z k46ZAPerfectfood 46 46Orains
Orains OrainsA
A APerfectfood Perfect Food Drink DrinkMade DrinkMade DrinkMade
Made from the choicest choicestfruits choicestfruits choicestfruits
fruits and cereals cer nls grown grownin
in California CaliforniaPossesses Calforia CaliforniaPossessesa
Possesses a delicate delcate flavor flavorand favor favorand flavorand
and aroma not found in inqny ininy inhrny
qny iny other Cereal Coffee CoffeeAll Cofe CofeAl CoffeeAll
All Al grocers sell sel it itshares itu itHhmtreti
u u uIllreOi
shares IllreOi n 1 Jam trustee for A J JSmith JSmlh Jimnith
Smith Smlh W7oO 43j O shares shlresj W V C Hall Hal trustee trusteefor tru ho hoCor
for A 1 1 lb holler Bcllr 43760 4760 shares Khnnd KhnndSmith Shont SimtmndSnmitii
Smith 10000 W V H Irvine 35000 W WH WH V
fmlh H Dlckson 35600 I W V W Old Od 35EOO 35EOOW 3MOW 85000v
W v II Irvine trustee 35600 3 OO W H I Ir Irvine Irvine Irlno ¬
vine lno 1 and nli W V W V Old Od trustees 23000 23000nnd 200 200nlll 23000luau
nnd nlll luau W C Hall Hal trustee for the th com company comIlan CoinPanY ¬
pany Ilan 15000 15000W 15000W 15000IS
W C Hall Hul Is president Ilrcsllenl W W Old Oldvice Od Odvlco Oldvice
vice president Ilrclhlent nnd general manager managerLoo Innn tr trIo
Leo Downing secretary and Hlmnd HlmndRmlth Hhlnd HhlndSmih 4lmimiidSrmmith
Rmlth treasurer trellUrCl t Time lh company cOlpan ownn ownntho onAthl oWfl1thu
Smih tho thl Petroleum oil 01 claim chlln conslstlnc conslstlncof eonalstnJ
of 74 acres the State IHa to of o Utah oil oilclnlm oi oilelnlnm
clnlm 1 7 of SO 0 acres acrls situated sltuatt about four fourmiles tourmlel our ourlmmilemi
miles down Green river from where whorl the thetruck thetuck timetruck
mlel truck tuck of tho hUn Ho Grande Grnde Western WCHter rail railway 11 inllssay ¬
way WiY crosses crOstes that stream streamABANDONS strem stremABANDONS streamAUANIONS
ABANDONS IIESCUE m U HOME HOMESalvation 10 10Salnton HOMESalvatinil
Salvation Salnton Army liI1IeOpI0 People collo Could Coull Not NotOvercome NoLOcleomo NtitOvciconiotlicOllImOSIt
Overcome OvciconiotlicOllImOSIt thc Opposition OppositionEven 011 posiion loll lollEvemm
Even 1 ven tho Salvation Salalol Army Am has had hadto hld hldto hadto
to abandon the purpose of establishing establishinga estnblphlng estnblphlngn
a rescue rClcue home In this city cl It I will wil be beremembered berel beremnemmibered
remembered rel mbereJ that tho HowardHome HowardHomeassociation IlwarI1J011 IlwarI1J011n IUwartlhIomneitssocimmtion
association n oclllon had 1111 to give Ive It 1 up utter uftermonths uttor10lths uttermimomithms
months 10lths of futile Cutlecrtort effort and Gnt tho work wejrlcwas orlc orlcnt
was 550 nt passed Into the hnnds hllda of tho Sal Sulvatlon SIIraton Salvatlon
vatlon Army rmy and now that organization organizationhas orgnnlzl Lon Lonhus
has raton by h relinquishing relnlubhlng the work burled burledthe burlellthe buriemitime
the hope for such tmchi nn Institution Insttuton for or a atime ntmo atime
time nt least The members memher of tho thoarmy thonrn timearmy
army nrn tmo > who were most active In their theireffort theireIort theireffort
effort eIort for the home hore were Ensign gn lgn Larra Llrr
bee who 11 wnu wnl sent lont hare from tron ttrnnd ttrnndllnpils 0111 0111Hlplrb hinnulItmu
AriltiR t u Iii l 11 > tot totilmubomi ut utHlntnn
llnpils Itmu iiids Michigan Mldlh uI nn nnd nnr a ad AIIIII I Iul IulInton
They loft this thismornliiB thIsmmmornhimg
Hlntnn her he assistant n IIBtnnt Ilrt thll
mornliiB Inton for Jlniiolulu Hlllolulu via in Urn Angel AngelrsKnnlgn Angelgnul AmmgeleeEmmaiim
1010111 Knnlgn gnul n Lnriubee JnrlbfE says as that In u nil 11 of ofher o ofhiem
her varied experiences Ixllerlelc In the thl i 1941 mvaouie mvaouiesvtmrk otic oticwork
work VArl1 In largo cities clleH she Ihe never before beforeencountered 1CIp 1CIpencountlrt befomeencotlmltcreti
encountered encountlrt such luch oppoltlon JPo lton agalmn tnlnlt a arescue 1 1rSlle i iroscime
rescue rSlle homo hOlo as 11 has been urtjod uged in Halt HaltLuke tmihtLmmke f1
Luke Indeed Intec1 she says 0 that site h I never neverbefore nvr nvrbdorc nt ver verbefore
before had nny opposition UIo lton She frankly franklyadmits tanld tanldnlhnlt9 tmanklyadmimits
admits thnt the home h0l0 Intuit IUtt be t Hiin Hiinl estahi estahilIimet1 > tab tablUhed
lUhed hlln In n rcspecttildo lelll etl1lll nelghlx neighborhood > ihood In Inorder Inonlor iiioitier
order l to be 1e successful Hut nhc 8hl slm imyti imytiwherever II IIIh t4V t4Vwimercver
wherever Ih rIr she Ih li hns been beol the Ihe people Ilalpl h hMY8 hMY8mnnlroltl liuvemnanifostoti v vmanifested
manifested mnnlroltl great renl sympathy 1ltlall for or the thehome thphome timehtmmmme
home amid Ild the statistic stnt tcl of the rescue rescuehome rRuehome resueimnimme
home work of lt it tho Snlvntlmi Snlutnn Army Armyshow riY riYHhow rmmmy rmmmyshmow
show that I hn 01 t 75 tl per er cent of the I hr girl Ilrll who whoenter whl whlentor whoemiter
enter the home remain rlmnln puto UIO nml Inll lee rasped IelIlttoble leetieclabie ¬
ped Ilttoble nil o ever after afterThoy nCorfhoy nfterThey
They aro taught toushtuCul useful trndpg trnllpl so that thatthoy thnttho thattime
thoy time inn earn nn honest hl1e6t llvlint Irll ilslmm MII MIIorl Hnd Hndare mmi1 mmi1are
are orl nlwnya nI1 surrounded 8urountler with wJh good ood in influences InluenetS infitmenecs ¬
fluences nnd the homos hOlo become beNJIf to theta thmnthe tlln tllnthl thetathu
luenetS the thl dearest tlorost places laces In tho world worldVARIOUS 10rII 10rIIV sorhiiVARIOUS
VARIOUS V AUIUS COURT CASES CASESJudge CASESJUlIo CASlSJtmdgn
Judge Hall nl11 yesterday MtrdIY nftarnoon nftarnoongrnntoci nlltman nlltmanrrnntl1 aftarmmnnngrrtntoci
grnntoci rrnntl1 a I divorce tlorce to Huldu I111 < 1 P F ZfntIOI ZfntIOItrol wider widerfrom epumilemfrom
from trol J P I 1 Zeender by default clfull the thegrounds Ihogrounlls thegratmnuis
grounds being hell failure Illhl to provide IlflIce Tho Thoparties JhonrteJ lhmoPartieS
parties woro nmrrlwl IRIrlaJ on January 16
1900 nrteJ nnd nll Ihn luislmnd has haf n nlr nver < ver slip slipported IIP IIPIorlet pumpimoited
ported the plaintiff IllalltHt according Iccordl to her hertestimony hertlflhnnny hertestlmneny
testimony Iorlet tlflhnnny In which she wns corrobor corroborntid Iotlolor Iotlolorntlr eorroborated
b witnesses witnessesIn
ntid ntlr by lnclstA lnclstAIn
In time ho case of Thomas ThonH Home IUn Jr et f al alvs alVI oha
vs VI a Martin Hooper he plaintiff were werenonsuited werelIonsulled weremmonsumited
nonsuited The trial was wa commenced commencedyesterday commencedyealerllllY comimmefloedyesterday
yesterday at 2 oclock nnd after the theplaintiffs theIllallltirtH timeidalmitilYs
plaintiffs hind put In their side of tho thoCIIKC thoCILMe thuscases
cases ho defendant moved fir a nnn nnnsuit nonAult minimcult
suit which tho court granted grantedTho litnntedfho
limo cape waa brought for time th pur purpose Jurpo purposEs ¬
pose po eoC of netting aside a deed to topart tolnrt toummet
part of lot 8 block S plat IS 1 which whichplaintiffs whlrh1III11ntlrrfl vhmicimvlainthlYn
plaintiffs allege defendant procured by byundue 11 11umluu I Itmnthuit
undue influence over an olfl lady rela relative relatlve reintire ¬
tire anti also to net poimpralon of otm soimmopersonal otmpersonal nllltIllJrAonal
personal properly which Was 111 turned turnedovor t turnedover urntltlnvor
over to defendant under a bill of smile mloTho III smilerime Ie Iefho
rime defendant In her answer Ilnl r admitted admittedhaving luTrnltltlhnvlllg muilmit liii liiihaving
having the property In qti qtmet > tlon Iou but butasserted hutHllsertld lutmissorteul
asserted that she 1J1 came In pnKHocslon 1IIItIfI 8Inn of ofIt ofIt ofIt
It rcfrulnrly and in 11 properly > II t Imvlnir Imvlnirbcon hnlnCbean hmsin hmsinbeen
bean delivered to her by the th old lady ladyreferred 1II11yreterrell ladyreferred
referred to befor her death for care caroand careamid
and attention bestowed by h defendant defendantHyruin flefllIllnntJIrulI1 defemmtlant1Irulml
Hyruin S Young administrator of the theestate theelltllto timeestate
estate of Sarah B 1 Fox drccnwd corn commenced cornnlncOII corninencod ¬
menced suit in thin district 11I lrllt eourt yes yesterday YltItordny yesterday ¬
terday afternoon against t Jesse Jo e W Fox ToxJr FoxJr o oJr
Jr et nloocrotvcr U t tutaao trt trtJr tlUJr taJr
Jr ot t nl to recover 800 and Interest Interestalleged IntereMtnllegell interestalleged
alleged to be due on two promissory promissorynotes prornluornotefl
notes secured by mortgage mortgageMary mortgneInr
Mary Inr A Stevenson has commenced commenceda
a suit In the district court for divorce divorceagainst tllvorcengnlnlll divorceagainst
against her husband Leo 0 Stovonsoi StovonsoinlleglnR StlenllollnllcKlng Stcvommsoralleging
alleging for cause of action neglect neglectfailure neglectCllllure neglectfailure
failure to provide and desertion Tli Tlimlsmuled limxnismimuted h hmhslIIllteJ >
mlsmuled pair were married In this thiscity thiscity filecity
city on July 21858 2 1581 868 amid ever since Feb Februnry Plhrunry Fibruary
runry 11 1000 plaintiff asserts oH ert her hus husbund hueband
bund hns abandoned her herIndlrt hlrIRlIIo81 herIat
Indlrt IRlIIo81 Iat Is 81 8 1 Kill l itS 4 JliM ins nl llIc llIcIn < H IicIn > c cIn
In nil colors and sizes during this thisweek thisweek thissseek
week at Auerbach Liquidation Sale
fT A 1 aT I i i i i i
rD Do You Want WI ltpi a Piano or an Organ OrganIt g j
1 It so It will pay you to call at our store or write for or catalogues cataloguesand
1 and prices pricesWe Imricee t tWe
before March 1st 1001 to our n hew IItWt hewstore v vstore
We e all point oln to move on or
t store Dl anti M 1 3 Main street and for the next ten ell days we vlll 111 sell any anynnd UII t tnlld 7 7amid
Immunso titock at tho actual cost c st to us uslaid USlaid
amid nil nllllillnos pianos nnd organs in IUIIU our
laid down In Suit Lake City CityIf Cit CitIf d
or gettlin nn Instrument within the next two twoycnrs two3cars
If you ou hnvo thought I ITlio f
tlmo If vlll do so vo vonre 0 0nrc
years It will pay roil to Investigate at this you
11 are satisfied tho tivmllty of plnnos nnd organs we arc offering and our ourprices ourprices 7 7prices
j 4 prices and terms will do the rest Correspondence promptly answered answeredE nnswetedE
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fill i l sewed nil through with Situ tho best h ilt silk IIk thread threadshoulders thl threuti3m Illt t
7 1 3m l ri shoulders handpadded h InpMa Inl lif Imnd made madeIiricc III atl e et1
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