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The Mutual improvement Improvement ImprovementMM vemtnt au1a1attons 1I11t1OC1 1I11t1OC1Rtlons
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In reference to the Church of Joaua JoauaChrlit JOIUSChrit JoausChrst
Chrlit of Letter Utterday latt Nla day Saint the head headquartern heutclunrterl4 lteadquarter
quarter of which nor In lh th1 citytotluOnt1Y city cityfroriuJiUJy clt clttrOlluttitJr
froriuJiUJy mad by 1 the advocates 1 of ofthe otthe ofthe
the 8O socalled Cltltd Hef HerrIlILnlleel rtanlied church the theexpression theeXpr theexpression
expression eXpr Slnn is used That portion of the theChurch theChurch theChurch
Church which went went wn t It Is made madethe mo madethe e ethe
the ba baits ls for arguments and Inferences Inferenceswhich Inrerenclisrhlch Inferenceswhich
and andmUIenfllnff alllimlsleaalni andmiseading
which arc n altogether erroneous
mUIenfllnff It I II tor that at reason thatwe that thatwe thatwe
we now no make allusion to itWhen It ItWhen ItWhen
When th the first President of the theChurch theChurch theChurch
Church and the Patriarch were mar martyred martltld martyred
tyred nt a the Imndi of a masked mob moband mobnllli moband
and lIe Church found Itsolf without withoutthat withoutthnt withoutthat
that highest council or quorum called calledthe callCl1thp calledthe
the Flwt Proalilonry the Twelve A Apoa Apoaties 41108tlflI ioa ioaties
ties who ns a council or quorum nc nccording aecorilin according
cording to the iw rowlaton elation on the sub subject subjctlwM subject ¬
ject jctlwM held authority and power equal to tothe tothe tothe
the lint 1rmldenry 1realdencybeeatne became of necos necospity necospity fleecesity
pity and In conformity to the revela revelation Ilnlntlon revelatlon ¬
tlon the presiding quorum of the theChurch theChurch theChurch
Church There was no dissolution of ofthe otIhe ofthe
the body There was no rtipturo or Ills dlsorganlratlon Illsorgllnlzntlon dieorganization
organization of nay ny of the other coun pounells councils councite
ells or quorums or awoelatlons of the theChurch thoChurch theChurch
Church It remained < 1 complete and in intact InInct Intact ¬
tact tactUnder Under the direction of the presiding presidingauthority presll1lnRuthorlt presidingauthority
authority appointed and sustained by bythe lwlhe bythe
the entire Church In all the world wor tho thoaffairs thonrrllirs theaffaira
affairs of the Church were conducted conductedas
as hoforc the death of the Prophet ProphetJoseph ProphetJ05eph ProphetJoseph
Joseph Nothing way n permitted p rmlttld to slop slopTho 80PThe stopThe
The missions abroad wore continued continuedThe < 1 1The
The labors al homo on the Temple all nndotherwise allothorwl andotherwise
otherwise were carried on according accordingto
to tho plans already received A few fewapostates fewnp05tilles fewapostates
apostates severed from tho body scat scattered fentIcretln teatlered ¬
tered Icretln In various places They Tho had noth nolhlog nothing nothIng ¬
ing furth r to do with the Church Churchwhich Churchwhich Churchwhich
which God had R pet et t up for the last lastdays Illstllas lastmays
days and nnlilor for the last timeWhen time timeWhen tlmtWhen
When the Saints were driven from fromNauvoo rNmNnuvoo frontNauvoo
Nauvoo the exiles moved wostward wostwardhalting wostwardhnltlng westwardhalting
halting at Winter Quartern for n son sonson eonpen on onMln
son until un III n home could be found for forthem forthem forthem
them In the Rocky Mountain the theplace thepineo theplaco
place predicted for them by h the Pro Prophet Prophet Prophet ¬
phet Joseph Smith who before his hi de decease tieceltse decease ¬
cease s selected lectod a company to explore explorethis explorethlll explorethis
this region for the purpose 6f obtain obtaining oblAlnIng obtelnlog ¬
ing nn asylum far the Saints Theportion The Theportion Theporilon
portion of the Church that moved wett1 wett1consisted wer werCClnslsted weetconsisted
consisted then of but one humlrnd liundradand humlrndnnd hunlllA1anti I
anti fortydfven tort Pen persona Could It i be betrutlifuly betruthful betrulhfuly
truthful said that they the were the whole wholeof I
of tho Church that followed nrlgham nrlghamYqung 1IrllomYoung llrlghamYung
Young and his fellow rello > w Apostles Cer Certainly Certllln Cartomy ¬
tainly tllln not notBubMtiiipntly notSUlJHqupntl notAnlxequrnlly
BubMtiiipntly the Saints located on ontho ontho onthe
tho Mlamurl river proceeded to th the spot spotforetoht epotforetohl < potforetoh
foretoht by Joseph Smith and selected selectedby
by b ISrlKham Young as II the place for the thefounding th thfoundlnr thefounding
founding of a city and the building of ofa
a Temple to the Mont High Then fol followed Cal10foo followed ¬
lowed from year to year thousands of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the members of the Church In foreign foreignlandt rorelgnland foreignlands
land who as a foretold by 11 the Prophet ProphetIsnlah lrCiphelhnllh ProphetleaUh
Isnlah and aut Mlcah exclaimed Come Comey Comeand
y ye and let it tic HO up to the mountain of ofthe ofthl ofthe
the Lord and to the house of the God Galof Godo Gndot
o ot Jacob and he II will 11 teach teed us U of his hitsways hisway hllwnra
way and we will week ltlk in his paths paths7IOT paths7lon
7IOT had gone up lnt into the high moun mountain mountain mounlain
tain tout lIt the Church WIll a still In var various varfoul It ItIoU ¬
ious IoU nations and countrlta eoeatrleaTilt countrltaThut lOunlrltlT
Tilt T l portion of the Church which whichw whichwent hlohWelt
w Welt nt west then whatever Its aunt numbers nunlI auntbgre ¬
bers I rs great g at or small mutt u ait t be con considered coneldued on onfdlrPd ¬
sidered as the tk whole body bo4 which uphekl up uphsW uphk1
hsW and sustained President Brlfhsm tirlghamYoung BrlfhsmYoung BrlwrblmOUI1I
Young OUI1I sad his counnHon an the First FirstProtWencjr Flr FirstPrc t tIrOilldencr
ProtWencjr Prc tdnoy of C the Church In all the theworld tbewartll theworld
world It should b btt understood thatthey that thatth Ihattbey
th they y w were r accepted In that potttlon by bythe b bth bythe
the th entire Church of Jesus CJirlut of ofLatUrdw ofLatter413 t tUttr
LatUrdw Uttr faints alnt In ev e every rr lJ Jut d where wheretin wherethe Ire IretM
tin latterday ktter tatterdl day Gop l h had d been obeyel obeyeland ubeyetand lMJandlJrlItb
and andlJrlItb Innche of the Churth were ert organ orfanlt organheti
lt heti a H 1
was not a fragment or orfaetlln a afaetUn afaetNn
faetUn that did 10 o but the ChurchItMIL Church ChurchItMlt CburchltaeIL
ItMlt The idea Ide attempted d to t b be > t > c n ny nbr nv1Ted
v1Ted y a by the U diKipta dlClp of th the M all allOIl alloil U Uo4
OIl IVKirfanlMtion tneorranI tfn that ni l of the theChwieti theChtelI theChseeh
Chwieti that rontlfittf ntlflUf < l in tb the rriffnal rriffnalorganisation I1rl rlgnalorgniutkn < < N11 N11or8
organisation or8 laaUtln were m merely tely those that thatwent thntwent thktenl
went enl out of f Nawoo aljoo and found tlwlr tlwlrway tlllrI heirway
way I to U tttaa II4 f mountain val vales al Is fall fallacious cUaclous tallacloue ¬
acious and absurJ absurJA J JAll
A All noted In n these column a ftV ftVwhs ftWH
V H eke ks ago G an epistle was at lent abroad abrandJn
In Deeember IU7 by b the Twelve Apoeties Ajjfla Ajjflatlw AJGtift
ties signed by b Brigham Young Youn M Pres President ImIden Preedent ¬
dent who had beta D thus de dllllgnateII lgmit by byrevelation bytlatlon byrevelation
revelation tlatlon < Se ee Doe Con CO SM 141 1 14jfI P
127 It wan 811 aJrpupl aJJt < > pspl to the whole wholeChurch wholeChur vvhoteChurch
Church Chur h Which who h still existed in various variousparts vnrlouaparts ltlOUILartl
parts artl of the United Stat Slats tat s in tho Urlt Urltr
lilt Isis l In i IutiaJa In the Islands ot otthe otthe ofthe
the Pacific and wherever the Gospel Gospelhad Gopelhad Goepchad
had been sent IIl1 under r the direction ot the theProphet theProphet thIIProphet
Prophet rloaepll Joseph The Church liroaldad liroaldadover
over by Brlgham Young and nnt his h coun counselors counleJors coonadore ¬
adore was the same In all I11ts Ha home and andforefcn MI MItoreren nailforeign
that which whichhad whichIIlu1 whirlhad
foreign ornanlMlioni or < < anlJalionl as
had been presided over by Joseph JosephSmith JosephSlnlth JonoplSmith
Smith and tin hit counselors during his lltfi lltfitime IICotime lttttine
time timeThe timeIhe tineThe
The assumption as then that a small smallband smallband smallband
band composed chiefly of persons who whohadtecedud whohaeHIectdud whchad
had hadtecedud eecedud or been fen excommunicated excommunicatedfrom
from the Church Chtt h of Josus Christ of ofLatterday orIallertla ofLatter
Latterday Latter deY SAints could meet andreorganise and nndreorganise anc1reor1
reorganise reor1 nlae a Church that t had never neverbeen nevarlJeen IIOVOIbeen
been dtsorcurilaed but that had con continued continued contlnued ¬
tinued without Interruption or cassa cassation CQuatlon resewlion ¬
lion or chfln change n 8 except that t occasioned occasionedby
by l the death ot two or 1U moitprom moitprominent ¬
inent official Is something ludicrous ludicrousand
and almost beyond belief Yet It Is a afact ntact afact
fact that such a movement wan made madeand lIIaleand madeand
and Its chief < hl f promoters attempt to be belittle belittle belittle ¬
little the grand organization set up by bycommandment byconunalidment II IIconttnandm
commandment nt of God April IITII Gtli 1830 bj bjreferring b bteterrlnlf byreferring
referring to It n nl The portion of the theChurch thlChurth rhoChureli
Church that moved moo west under Brig Ilrlgham lIrlgham Brigham
ham Young Young1il Younll1t YoungLet
Let It be not no forgotten In n the considoration consid consideration cOllslJeratlon ¬
oration of this subject that the mov moving InO InOIn mevlog ¬
log In of a portion of the Church to the thegreat thoIlolt thegreat
great West AnJ nJ th the establishment of ofStakes otStlk ofSlake
Stakes Stlk of Zl talon n In these valleys did not notaffect notaffect notaffect
affect the Integrity of the giont body bodyany bodyany Jodymore
any more than the movements of tho thoSaint theSaints
Saint from Klrtlond I < to Missouri and andfrom andfrom amidfrom
from MUwurl to Illinois The splendid splendidorganisation 811ondltlOflUlllltlon splendidorranlaaUon
organisation for every emergency to towhich 10which totvldch
which It might bs 11 subjected Urn Iord Iordhid Lordhlr IordBerl
hid provided by b appointing councils councilsor
or quorums having equal authority authoritywhen nuthurltywhen authoritywhen
when necTssary to succeed each other In Inthe Inthp inthe
the government of tin Church moved movedon
on fulfilling the object of Its creation creationunimpeded cNatlonunlmr creationunimpeded
unimpeded unlmr d 1I by the slaughter of Its lead leaders lentleN leadors ¬
ers or the defection of any of Its members mem members mornlfrs ¬
bers lfrs having power Within Itself to rec rectify recmy redlily ¬
lily every pry wrong wrGn to expo expel everythingInimical everything everythingInimical everythingInimical
Inimical to Its life lit and health and endowed en endowed endowed ¬
dowed from on high with the power of ofperpetuation orllrpelllatllln ofpprpelnathn
perpetuation according to o tho decree of ofAlmighty ofAlmighty ofAtntlgity
Almighty led < that It should never per perili perlih periii
ili iii or paw away or bo left to another anothereople nnotherpfople anotherpeople
people > It was s designed to overcome overcomejvery overcomeever overcomeevery
every ever opposing powor beneath tho thoeternal thoelernnl theeternal
eternal heavens hea venl nnd it will fulfill ltadivine Its Itsdivine ItacJlvlne
divine destiny destinyTin d destinyiIIR < tln tlnTill
Tin COST or 0 WAN WANIf 11 It ItIf
If the ho military operations in different differentparts dlftlllonlparta differentparts
parts of the world have served no other othermrpoie othelpurpose otherpurpose
purpose they the have nt least demon demonitrated domonstrlt demonstrated
itrated strlt 1 the ruinous coat of modern war warfare wnrfare wartare ¬
fare and the necessity of an Interna huernatonal International Internntlonal ¬
tonal court of arbitration CSreat Britale Brit Britaln nrltaln
aln h has s spent In the neighborhood oC of180o00oooO
1800000000 on her South African ex oxcursion excursion excursion ¬
cursion Chinn Is to pay over WOOOOi UOGOOOOQO
000 for her anttforolRn outburst in ad addition addition addition ¬
dition to the rnllllnnH she he has lost lostthrough lotthrouh instthrough
through her enforced entertainment of ofntranger orItranlfr ofstrangers
strangers Nations and rulers have havetad lun1thad havelied
tad an object legion latolv In the cost costof co costof t tar
of war which should go tar to bring bringnbout brln brlnAbout bringabout
About more civilized conditions in the thenldst th thnlllat themulct
nldst of civilisation civilisationThai ellIlatlonfhnt clrihzallonchat
Thai seems nl also o to hnvo been the ef effect erteet effeet ¬
feet of It The Russian czar In an annudlence nnnudlence anaudience
nudlence granted to Mr Ir Frederick FrederickHolls Fredericklolls
lolls a member of the court of arbi arbitration arbItration arbltratidn ¬
tration asked him about public opinion opinionn
111 n this country on the auestlonf Question
pf pl f peace and on learning that thatVmerlcan thatmerlcan thatAmerican
American sentiment Is almost almostunanimously ahnoslupanlrnously almostupanhnously
unanimously against war he won very verymuch verymuch crymuch
much plcHi plealed d He stated he knew that thatlUbllc thatpubllr thatpublic
public opinion In this country is a great greatorce srenlforce greatrorce
force orce and he added that he hoped Rue ItusNIK nusilia
NIK and the United States would always alwaysntnnil alwaystllanl1 alwaysstaid
staid for the bloodless adjustment oC oCntcrnntlonal atInternotlonal ofInternational
International dllllcultles Emperor Willam Wil Wiltam WIIlIal1l
tam too haM shown unmistakable hie signs slgnanf
nf n desire for reconciliation with Ocr Ocrnanys Gormall Germmnya
mall nanys old enemy France He Hecently Hecently Itoenlly
cently nt a 1 banquet he said saidhat sal1that saidhat
hat French and German sol solDem aolflora soldier
flora have fought shoulder to Hhoul shoulder ehoulter Hhouller
der ler for civilization against a common commonfoe
foe oe In faithful and loyal brotherhood brotherhoodilmt brotherhoodJitftt brotherhoodIhst
ilmt was a strong Intimation that tho thoIme thotime thetme
time for wars of retaliation should be boonsldered beconaltere1 beoneldered
onsldered past pastIt
It Is also high time that a more ra ralonal rotlonal raLionel
Lionel mode of dealing with Internation International ¬
al differences be Je adopted Wars arc too tooexpensive toooXPfnllle tootxpenetve
expensive and elY often bothiartlek both bothparties bothIIlrtieh
parties are brought t to the verge vergeof ergoot
of financial ruin by them A Awriter Awriter Awriter
writer In the th Home Magazine calcu calcuHtes ealcuytee nlcufLtes
Htes that the wars waged during tho thopast tholnst thefast
past centuries have cost tho enormous enormoussum enormoulum
sum of 3OOOe000000 10000000MO OOO OOOOOO nnd In order to toRive toive
Rive Ie an idea of what that means he
says there Ih r are only 3lf5073000 seconds secondsIn
In a century and that consequently consequentlyabout consequentabout consequentlyabout
about J SU 6 has been spent ever every second secondfor
for or a hundred yeartf enrll on warfare If Iftliv Iftht ifllie
tliv world Is only COOl years old the thenations thenatlnn thenations
nations would have to pay pn JG G for every eve evey ecIy
Iy y minute since the beginning In or order ordr order ¬
der to settle for the cost of Its warn warnduring wnrHdurin warsduring
during pn one l1I1 short century centuryHow century110w centuryhow
How Ion long time It would take to count countout countout countout
out the money muse In dollars the fitter wrlturalso wrltllrailio
also Illustrates by Jy showing that It u uman 1 1man aman
man counted MO n minute for 10 hours hoursa
a day dll nix days a 1 week w ek ho would have havecounted halounted havecounted
counted one million In S days da 11 3 I hours hoursand hourllnnd hoursand
and 20 minutes mlnut At the sane uun rate lie liewould hIwouht tiewould
would need n d SttS s days 3 hour hou and 30 37ndnae 30minute 2 2nwnuI
minute to count couplOlle one bllllonor 21 years eIII
191 days 3 hours and 10 minute not notcounting notcounting notcounting
counting Bundtyi To count twenty twentybillion tfont1I1111on twentybillions
billion would tM Hilt W U years l1t1 ISO days daysC
C I hour and an it I minute mintiteaNow minuteNou mlrt ts tsNow
Now suppose < this enormous sum hadbeen had hadbeen hllbeen
been pent for educational OI Industrial Industrialand I Iand
and commercial purpows Instead In J of for forvars foilRr8 Lrvrnrs
vars Rr8 Suppasw It liml been spent fur furthe furthe lJr lJrthe
the work of building up upltlltead Instead ot dcs d2atroylnW dcstioylns dCIIIrQln
tioylns how very very Or ilff t1Iferent rnl nt would the thevorld theI thefond
fond orlt hart been today todl Many of the thevars thea theaware
I aware a hove 111 e been waged for the purpoce purpoceof JlUI OIIe OIIeI
of making more room for the stronger strongernations ItroDlcrnation strongernations
nations and enlarging the opportunities opportunitiesof
of making mRkln a living Hut that object objectwould obJ obJeetwould t
would 011 have been attained It the went twtntbillion tweDtbillion wentbillion
billion doPars had been spent on lirt hHration lirtgallon h n nulon
gallon ulon canals roads ro s steamship Ilneapublic lines linespublic IIn5pUblic
public buildings etc rise world spendsabout spends spendsabout Slcnd Slcndllbout
about IMOOOtWO annually for education forecluC4t1onCor educationBut
But for the th centurys war expenses expensesjawOOiOOO expen expenMGOtGOO expetues1340oaooo
jawOOiOOO mlnht have be been n added to tothis tothle tothis
this sum and that Investment would wouldhave woultbave wouldhave
have b been ri profitable profitableThe J1n111 table tableThe
The financial featurs of modern war warfart WRfta warfan
fart ta have tae been brought prominently to toth totht tothe
th the front during durin th the < past years ears They Theyare Thy11IIIUC
are 11IIIUC at such that both nations and govern governments loverulnentl governmeats ¬
meats must realise the ever growing growingdliriculty growingdhnculty CrowInglll1tulty
dliriculty of arrtvlns arrll at anything anythinglike
like a Just settlement by 11 recourse to toarms toannll toarm
arms A tribunal Is newletl ne < < l61l btforewhuh btfore 14010whit ttorcWhitII
whit whuh h the small and financially weak wokmoy weakm
moy m v stand on an equal foaling to tlng with the thes
s 11 ng and WI < athy
JIweu n > s OtherwU OtherwUth
th world urltl will 111 drift back ba k to the eondl ¬
Ion before the Hood when vlolencttilled violence violencelillcd lolel1coHlled
tilled tho arlh Then might la hlllullt hlllulltIInd right riantand rightand
and money 11 0 no Is might there la virtually virtuallyno
no right und ant Hon there can only be n adrluge ndrlucc ndriuge
OIjAIM IS TO 111 UMJAH UMJAHDowlolsm ELIJthf1otvtolsm 1 14IJAH1oloISI1I
Dowlolsm la a i phenomenon that at nttracts attraots attracts
tracts no little attention I Its s founder foundurhau toun founderline or orhall
hall encountered a great deal of criti criticism crillcllm er111ebnt ¬
cism anti nn < 1 opposition op iositlou but us yet yotho ho hemeets homoots I
moots It with l rockbound fortitude and andcontinues nndcontinues andcontirntee
continues his performances with tho thoobstinacy thooustlnC1ey theobstinacy
obstinacy of a Boor commander commanderLast commanderIastThursday
Last la IastThursday Thursday nt tho head of a largooltowhtgso largo largofollowing InnotollowllIgso
following oltowhtgso so Chicago papers say sayhe sayheIIWOI sayhoswept he heBwopt
swept IIWOI out of Chicago to plant the ban bannor hnnlor Innpor
nor of Hion Ion upon tho site of the thopromised thelromhcll thelirootlsed
promised city beyond Waukcgan And Andho Allllho Andlie
ho traveled In royal fashion gorgeously gorgcoualyattired rorceoulIlatlred gorgeouslyattired
attired A special train ot Mix curs cut cutrl Clllrltl entrtetl
rl rltl d hint his family and favorites to totholr 10thoir totheir
their domination whllu hlll tho lie faithful faithfultraveled talthtultrnveletlln faithfultraveled
traveled In other trains Zionist guards guardsIn IUIIItSIn
In rodplondent ru uniforms watched the thetrains thetrlllns thetrains
trains nnd maintained order The Thonumber Thenumber lhonumber
number of people that accompanied accompaniedhim
him on this thlsoxcurnlon excursion Is estimated at atbetween nlbetwecn albetween
between three and four thousand thousandKncournned thousaneiHncouragell thousandEncouraged
Encouraged by b the apparent success successof
of this pilgrimage the lie alleged healer healerlast hcalolltst healerlast
last Sunday In the presence prci iico of 5000 5000people GOOO11t10111e 6000people
people proclaimed himself hlm olt to be Elijah ElijahIn
In a dispatch < ho Is quoted thus thusI thuI
I am Klljah tho prophet who ap appeared 111pel1rell appeared ¬
peared llrst ns Elijah 1 himself second as asJohn liPJohn asJulio
John tho Baptist and wlui now comes comesIn
In me the lie restorer of all things Elijah Klljahwas
was a prophet John was a preacher prettclierbut
but I combine In myself the Ire attributes attributesof
of prophet priest anti ruler over men mienGaze menCJazo IIIcnOazo
Gaze on 1110 then I Hay ny It fearlessly ffarterslyI
I am ho that l It the living physical and andspiritual utilispirItual andspiritual
spiritual embodiment of Elijah and my mycommission mycommission mirycmnmisslon
commission on earth a Rcrond time has lionbeen hasbeen haRheen
been prophesied by Malnchl by b Clod Codhimself Clodhimself OOtIhlrnsclt
himself by h Ills Son Jesus by Peter Peterund Icterund Toterand
und 3000 years ago by Moses MosesAt MoscsAt MosesAt
At the closo of this harangue lie lieasked 1 1usked no noasked
asked all who believed In him him to stand standup
up and 3000 men and women are said saidto saidto saidto
to have confessed their faith by rising risingto
to their feet cheering and nnt applaud applauding ¬
ing ingThen Then ho went on to o say sn that he would wouldtake Wouldtako wouldtake
take no counsel In his method of gov government government government ¬
ernment He had hnelcome come to proclaim a atheocracy IItheocracy atheocracy
theocracy pure and an simple and he headded hendlleel lacadded
added I will never rest r sl until all oth other ¬
er forms of government have hn ve been beendriven Leenc1rhen beendriven
driven from the earth earthDr earthDr earthDr
Dr DowIe by tho way Is not very verycareful verycaretul verycareful
careful about what ho says In public publicIt
It ho as he la reported to have said soldis saidis
is to deny den himself rest until all es entabllshed established estnbllhed ¬
tablished governments have been re remoulded remouc1Nl renloulded ¬
moulded according to his hI pattern lie hehas liehas lieline
has no present prospect of a vacation vacationHo acutlonHe
Ho Is not a young oung man and If ho Is to toplant toplant toplant
plant his theocracy upon the ruins of ofthrones orthrones ofthrones
thrones and parliaments ho will bo ex exceedingly exceotllnsly exceedingly ¬
ceedingly busy bus tho remaining years ot othis otIlls ofhis
his life lifeUndoubtedly JlteUndoubtedlY lifeUndoubtedly
Undoubtedly Dowlelsm Is one of the thesigns theslns thesigns
signs of the time Whenever the Al Almighty Almighty AImhhty
mighty has n special work among Iilechildren His Hischildren HIschHtlrlO
children there are numerous pretenders pretendersnnd
and Imitators under the special direrion direr dlrcctlon direction
ion of the Adversary The purpose of ofthis otthis ofthis
this Is to lead astray if possible eventhe even eventhe IIvonIhe
the elect If It 1 Is s truo that the king kingdom kiMdom klnadom ¬
dom of God Is to manifest be upon the theearth theearth theearth
earth and that the time Is drawing drawingnear l1rnwlnltr1enr drawingdear
near It Is but natural that all kinds kindsof
of false Chrlsts nnd pretenders should shouldnrlse shouldarIse shouldarise
arIse and proclaim their fats = doctrines voctrlncsIt doctrines doctrinesIt
It Is natural that false Zlons should shouldbe
be built In opposition to the true ZIon ZIonwhich ZionwhIch Zionwhich
which consists of the pure In heart heartnut henrtnut heartBut
nut no one need to be led astray by bynny bynny byany
nny Imitation of truth When the theheart theheart theheart
heart grows familiar with the precious preciousperns preciousgems preciousgems
gems their luatre Is such that worth worthless worthless worthNess ¬
less Imitations have ba ve no attraction It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is the privilege of all to try th the spir spirits spirIts splrIts ¬
its and nnl during no time In cccleslastl cccleslastlcal
cal history has It been more necessary necessarythan necessnryHum necessarythan
than It is now to perform this duty dutynnd dlltynnd dutyand
nnd not be swayed by the different cur currents currents currents
rents At no time has it been mart martnecessary morbnecessary lnorbnecessary
necessary to have Inspired men nt the thehead thehelld thehead
head of the affairs ot tho Church ChurchNo
No one will bo surprised If I an extra cxlrafccsHlon exlrasesllion extrasession
session of Congress Is called It Is the theseason thesOl1son theseason
season of storms accidents and die disasters dlsMtcrs dienntcrs ¬
asters astersHome MtcrsSome nntcrsSome
Some thousand American school schoolteachers schooltcachors schoolteachers
teachers are following the flag to thePhilippines the thePhilippines thelhlllppincs
Philippines even If the constitution constitutiondoes
does not notTwo notTwo notTwo
Two widows of soldiers of the war of
1812 have just been granted original originalpensions originalpensions originalpensions
pensions It wins F lmS It Is never too late lateto Inteto lateto
to get a pension
It Is stated that the Sultan of Turkey TurkeyIntends TurlI TurlIInt Turkeyintends
Intends Int nds to present to the Berlin hos hospital haspltnla hospital ¬
pital pltnla n wing It will be n wing from a abird nhiill abid
bird of proy proyOllocrat proyOlJocrat prayOllocrat
Ollocrat Is the latest word to be becoined hooolne1 becoined
coined to express exprl s the Idcn of one made madesuddenly lIIadelulldonl madesuddenly
suddenly and ane enormously enormous rich Like allnewly all allnewly allnetw
newly netw rich the ollocrat is a gusher gueherFor gusherFor gusherFor
For the sake of the pence prosperity prosperityand
and happiness of South Carolina Sena Senator Senntor Senator ¬
tor Iolaurln Mcl aurln has consented to with withdraw withtlraw withdraw ¬
draw his resignation How like a Uy Uyronlc D Dronlc Bytonic
ronlc heroine Is his action actionIn
In Swltserlaml all children over two twofe twofHt twofeet
fe feet t high pay half faro Tho Those e over overfour oerfour overfour
four feet high pay 11 full fare This does doesaway l100saway doesaway
away with the nge limit but those thoseMho thosewho hosewho
who still adhere to the age n limit and andopp anelopPe andoppre
opp opPe < re the system say I It Is the height heightot helhtot
ot follyThere folly follyThere roilyTlle
There Tlle probably never was a war In Inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which at some s l1Ie BUBO tome general was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not made a scapegoat Just now the thaKngllsh theJ theEnglish
English J public Is clamoring for newsfrom news newsfrom newsfrom
from South Africa and the ministry ministrytell
tell It there Is no more to give out outlaying outlalng outlaying
laying the blame on Gen Kltohner It Itmust Ittnult Itanus
must be confessed that the British pub public publie public ¬
lic shows strong signs of hysteria for forwhich forwhich forwitch
which there Is no good cause causeThat causeThat causeThat
That affair at a Tien Tema Tsln In which whichHrltlsh whichBritish whichitritlahi
British fuslleers and French soldiers soldierscam lIoldllllscame soldierscame
came In n conflict might easily tull have been beena
a much more serious one on than it wasIt was wasIt wasII
It Is rather surprising that there have havenot ha havenot e e110t
not been L tn more such conflicts among the theallied thea11l00 theallied
allied troops In China for while they theywere theywere theywere
were ostensibly under a common com commander lOmmandcr commander ¬
mander still they never ne r felt that th t theywere they theywere the
were 111 The really reall remarkable thing thingabout thingllbout thingabout
about the affair Is that the German Germansoldiers OermanlotdleNJ Germanaoldlera
soldiers ran to the support of tho thoFrenchmen thoorenchmen lie lieFrenchmen
Frenchmen Knowing I the Innate and andcultivated nndrultlYlted andcultivated
cultivated hoetlllty of tho Teutons anti andUau15 nndUaula antiOaull
Uaula for each other such things can cannot mnnot cannot ¬
not be without our special wonder wonderOur wonderOur wonderOur
Our MtI uitlMormon lormon contemporary contemporaryhas contcmIIOrnrhli
has not yet ct recovered rCOer from Its latoat labelsplenetto latoatBplenttlo latOlllIIplneUo
Bplenttlo lit Ili II but continues Its fuming fumingnnd turningIInd fumingnro
nnd nro foaming Reader 1t altJ1 of the theSn Saturday Satltdayevening Saturdayowning ttltd1 ttltd1IInnn
owning IInnn News NI know 11110 tlmCths t1u that the ih pie ile I Io
lure and sketch of Itahs misilon lurksvetn jurist jurUwero juristwelO
wero strictly to the life Tha portral portralIs
Is excellent every Incident related relatedhiIslory i ihistory Is IshIstory
history there Is nothing stated that thacannot thatcallnot thecannot
cannot be proved beyond rational die diepule dliAuto lisIIUtO
Auto no bitterness of speech accom accoapanics accompunlus accompunlcs
panics tho few reminiscences remlnl ccncts gIven glvctand gIvenallel glvetand
and no reasonable being can justly take takexception takeexcolltOIl tnkexception
exception to that one of the series o oOld ot t tOhl
Old Salt Lakers that Is appearln appenrineach appearlneach nppenrlngcnch
each Saturday Our allllctcd canter contemporary contellpornr canterpornry
porary Is only exhibiting that anti anilMormon untlIormon antiMormon
Mormon Infirmity which Is Its chic chiceditorial ohlctedltorllli chiteditorial
editorial characteristic and which I Inot Is Isnot I Inot
not only chronic but appears to be hrcurable In Incurable Inourable
curable curableAmerica ourableAmerlcl curableAmerica
America was to tho fore In th thBritish tho thoDrlUsh hi hiBritish
British commons corn mons anti the French I r nrh chant chambcrs chnmhera chanthers
hers yesterday In tho former SI SIAlfred Sir SirAICro11 SiAlfrod
Alfred Hlckman went for our loco locomotives locomotles losemotives
motives showing to his own satisfactton satlsfac satlsfaclion sltlsfl1olion
lion that In every partlcu partlcular
lar they Ihe are much Inferior to th illIingllah thEnglish the the1ngllsh
English engine Tho reply to this I Ithat Ilint II IIthnt
that the purchasers hnvo no complain complainto
to make and the foreign demand fo foAmerican for forAmerican toAmerican
American locomotives continues to h1crease In Increase Incrtllso
crease In tho 1 French unch chambers It Waa Waathllt wathat va vathat
that tho American Alncrl an peril is greatc greatethan greatcthan rroAtorthan
than the yellow peril There Is ROIIKground songround ROIIK IIOllleground
ground for this for the yellow man o oAsia of oflln otaia
Asia lln cnn never compete In the produc productlun producI
Ion of Industrial manufactures wIth wltlthe wIthI willthe
I the United States While this la v vthere so sothoro a ahere
there Is no American peril any on nor morithan 10010thnn northan
than there Is a French a German or aiEnglish ai nnBngllsh atEnglish
English peril These lhe e pith II Ill criearc ciiei ciieiare cdeRare
are but the shoutings of demagogue demagogueJust
Just now they arc coming from across acrosstho acrossthe acrosthe
the seas but they have beon shouted shoulellinour Ir Irour hour
our own country In the near past pastsun pastI paststil1
sun I mil couur CUUICC UIHION UIHIONNew lJltIJUSNew 11CJiONew
New York Tribune TribuneTho TribuneTho TribuneTlio
Tho Supreme Court has nmply BUS suetahied BUStalncd sustnlncd
talncd the administration In the essen essentials USientlnl essentlals ¬
tials of Its Porto Hlco and Phlllpplmpolicy Philippine Philippinepolicy Ihllllplnopollcr
policy and this approval Is especially especiallysignificant eSIJcclallyslgnlllcnnt eepeclallysignificant
significant because the court haw been beendiscriminating beoldlscrhnlnnUng beetdlscriiinnting
discriminating find has overruled some someof somoot sonicof
of tho administrations minor acts OB OBbased asbasel aibased I
based on incorrect Interpretations ol oltha ottllo 01lie
lie statutes It Is also significant In InIts InIts hrits
Its nonpartisan character one of theDornucr the theDemocratic thuDemocratic
Democratic Dornucr ° lle Judges having taken ken the thesldo theside thesldo
sldo of the lie government on the mainquestion main mainquestion mulllquestion
question while two Republicans joined joinedtho Joinedtho joinedthin
tho dissenting dl sentlng minority The great vic victory vktor vietort ¬
tory tor has been won for this nation nt1 tlon which whichInsures whichInsures whichinsures
Insures It power to exercise Its soverelgn sov sovereign BO BOorolgn ¬
ereign authority ns necessity may re require reo reoQUlr require ¬
quire without Incurring tho obllga obllgatlon oulllntlon obllgaion
tlon to bring all sorts and conditions of ofmen ofmen ofmen
men Into tho close clo e circle of our Union Unionas
as present necessary beneficiaries of ofour otour ofour
our tariff laws and subsequent partici particlpasta participants partldIInnts ¬
pants of our government governmentSpringfield goernmontSjlflngfleld governmentSpringfield
Springfield republican republicanThe
The fact of the matter Is that the thocourt thecourt thecourt
court by n majority of one sustains the theImperialist thoImperlnllst theimperialist
Imperialist contention that Congress s I Inot 19 19not isnot
not bound by tho Constitution In legis legislating legisIntlng legishating ¬
hating for the territories und I1nt dependen dependencies ¬
cies of the United States but butlO possesses possessesin slses I
in n this respect n power as absolute as asthat nsHint astlyat
that of tho Russian czar and accord accordingly accordIngl accordingly ¬
ingly the court tails down under the theImperlallzlng thehutlNlallzlng thehuperializing
Imperlallzlng sway lwn of tho administra administration adnli iatra iatralion ¬
tion Inllucnce and the supposedly pop popular popular popuiar ¬
ular demands of the moment momentThus momentfhus momentThus
Thus In a case of the profoundest mo moment 11I0mont naomeet ¬
mont the deciding veto IH cast by njudge n ajudge njudge
judge who turns a handspring on a aquibble 1 1quibblethe nquibblethe
quibble quibblethe the quibble being that the theDlngley theDingley theDingley
Dingley dutc duttey could not apply as they theywere theywero heywere
were aimed at foreign territory but butthat hutIhnt butthat
that other duties could apply l1J1p when whenalined whennllnec1 whenaimed
aimed at the Island as a domestic ter teriltoryl territor territory
iltoryl ritor No wonder Judge White while whileagreeing while1Iloolng whileagreeing
agreeing with the general conclusion conclusionfelt
felt compelled to ridicule tho he particular particulardoublcshullle partlculnrdoubleshutll particulardouble
doublcshullle double shutlly attitude of Justice JusticeDrown JusticeUrown JusticeBrown
New N w York World WorldThe Worltlhe World1h
The opinions all show much thought thoughtand
and research and nnddeep deep feeling nt times timesalmost timesnllnost timesalmost
almost to the point of acrimony That Thatthis fhntthis flintthis
this however was not partisan Is Isshown IIshown inshown
shown by the fact that In this vital vitalcase vitalcape Hn1CMe
case one Justice who was n Democrat Democratbefore Democlntbetore Democratbefore
before he went upon tho bench and four fourwho tourwho fourwho
who were Republicans made up tho thomajority thomnJorll themajority
majority while two who were Demo Democrats Democrnts Democrate ¬
crate and two who were Republicans Republicansmade
made up the minority minoritySpringfield minoritySpringfield minoritySpringfield
Springfield Union UnionAntladmlnlstratlonlsts UnionAntlntmlnlstrnllonlsts UnionAnt1
Antladmlnlstratlonlsts Ant1 have persist persistently peflllstenlly persistentty
ently asserted that If the decision decisionshould decisIonshould decisionshould
should uphold the administration It Itwould Itoulll itwould
would be duo In large measure to po political polIt1cnl polaical ¬
laical Influence but the lie very phrase phraseology tlhraseology phraseology ¬
ology and nature of the decisions s given givenyesterday glcnyosterda givenyesterday
yesterday are such us to utterly re refute reCute toCute ¬
Cute this charge e of partisanship and andvindicate nnllIntlltate andvindicate
vindicate the high Judicial character of ofthis orthis ofthis
this highest tribunal of the United UnitedStates Unitedstntes UnitedStales
States Although several s vernl of the decis decisions tleclsIons elecisIons ¬
ions uphold u hold the contestants on certain certainIssues certainIssue8 certainissues
Issues raised the most Important de decision declslon decision ¬
cision thoroughly Indorses the course coursepursued coursepursued coursepursued
pursued by the administration administrationNew
New York Herald HeraldThe HeroldTho HeraldThe
The majority opinion Is based on the thetheory thetheory lietheory
theory that the uniform tariff clause ot ottho ottho ofthe
tho Constitution which Marshall de declared declaret deelated ¬
claret extends to all places over which whichthe whichthe hlch hlchthe
the government extends applies only onlyto
to the states and docs d 8 not limit limitthe limittho limitthe
the power of Congress elsewhere elsewhereConsequently clsowheroConlltlucntly elsewhereConsetuently
Consequently that body U free to 101m 101mposo Im Impose Impose ¬
pose such duties upon or make such sucharff suchturcr suchtarT
tarT disci dlsctlmlnatlon Imlnatlon against t Porto 11 Reo ReolIawnll itco1lawall co coHawaii
Hawaii Alaska or the Philippines lhlllppineslllt lhlllppinesllltmar n as < < itmay It Itmay
may see fit The decision goes further furthernnd furthernnd furtherand
nnd asserts the broad principle that thattht thalthl thatthe
the Constitution does not follow the theflag thefin thenag
flag fin to newly acquired possessions or orapply ornp1ly orapply
apply to American territory until cx expressly cxpresslY cxpressiy ¬
pressly extended by Congress CongressIJoiton CongressDotton CongressBoston
Boston Herald IleraldThe HeraldThe Jlorl1ltThe
The effect of environment Is pointed pointedly ¬
ly Illustrated In the decision of the theUnited thoUnllctl theUnited
United States Supreme Court In the re recent refent recent ¬
cent Insular cases There nro three tluxODemocrats thrioJfll1IOeratJl threeDemocrats
Democrats upon tho bench IJenehChlcf Chief Jus duetine Justime Justime
time Fuller Judge Peckham amid Judge JudgeWhite JutlgeWhite JudgeWitte
White Of these two judgtlJIhe judges the two twollrst twolIrst twofirst
first named above nJovewert wero decided In Intheir IntheIr intheir
their views anti they thl were Joined by bytwo bytwo bytwo
two Republicans Judge Brewer and andJudge ant antJudg andJudge
Judge Harlan the former the ablestmaim ablest ablestman nblcstI1ln
man In the court It thts Democrats Democratshad
had remained romalnoc1lntl1et intact the decision would wouldhave wouldhnve wouldhave
have been Jecn reversed Rut one Democrat Democratleft
left them He was Judge While Judge JudgeWhite JUllgoWhite JudgeYhtte
White lives In Louisiana nnd he Is Isheavily Isheavily isheavily
heavily environed by b the sugar Inter Interests Interests intereats ¬
ests there which dread free sugar from fromPorto tromPorto frontPorto
Porto lllco and still more from Cuba CubaIn
In the anticipated event of it ultimately ultimatelybecoming ultimatelybecoming ultimatelybecoming
becoming a part of the nation nationPortland nation10rUnnll nationPortland
Portland PressThe Press PressThe PressThe
The decision Is the Important thing thingand thingnnd thingand
and that Is that Congress has full pow power > IW IWer ¬
er over the territories of the United UnitedStates UnitedStl1tes UnitedStates
States that they are not under the theConstitution theCOl1stltutlon theCmistltuton
Constitution unless put there by Con Congress ConTcn Congross ¬
gross and ant that Congress Con resl may govern governthem gof governhem rn rnthem
them aa it sees fit despotically as It Itgoverns Itgoverns Itgoverns
governs the District of Columbia or itmay It Itmay Itma
may ma grant a great measure of home homerule 110merule homerule
rule as In the cato Ire of Hawaii 11 II or orsmaller a asmaller asmaller
smaller measure as In the case of Por Perto Porto Porto ¬
In the June number of the Womans WomansHome Womans1Iolne Womanslion
Home Companion will be found an arti article nrtrle artlie ¬
cle ie A Republic In North orth Carolina a adescription ndescrlptlun alescriptiun
description by b Mr London Knight I of a awernment nOverllment aoverument
wernment in the mountains moun to Ins of the theSouth theSouth theSouth
South Other features are Social Life Lifen
In n Our Embassies Abroad by Edward EdwardIage Etlwardlage EdwardIage
Iage Hasten n ton Trips Across cron thft Atlan Atlantic Atianthe tlantic
tic Ocean Oc an by b Helen n len E 1 = Cavil The TheAetrees TheAetret TheAetree
Aetrees Off the Stage by b AmeliaIlineham Amelia AmeliaJlntham AmeliaUln
Uln Jlntham hl1m Korly 1 l1rly VI IltorA Ilor at Wellcs WellcsThe WelleI 1velleael
I el The fiction IR contributed by b Tu Tufor Tuor Tuor
for < or Jenltc Ople Read ne ll Onoto Watnnna Watnnnaand
and ll S Caofield Two pages are
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BRINGS ORINGS KINGS the necessity nec slty of Summer Goods for comfort comfortr Comfoand rt
and for beauty too < The choicest line of Summer
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It ous taste can be gratified in the lovely fabrics offered for o
the summer season of 1901 Every lady should examine U
these goods before making summer purchases We in invite
It vite the judgment of the most discriminating tastes We
have everything g you need all delightfully pretty pr tty and andal andat
at the lowest prices pricestb
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f 01aS9 of goods We hQve ndvontngo the In prl prices eg for fur th tiro J
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