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And f1ndlead Head Alike AlikeTheme
pld Jitcdtflh1IlaIi1Y 11lllali1g Theme of Tabctnacle Discomscs During 6fJurllgCOllfeNlce DuringConference DuriziyCou1et1lCC
Conference People Should lVol LoI oi be Educated Men Menially Melllallf AktrIalI ¬
ially IalI cllone bill Should bt b OIfldc fade Proficient in I I flje fljeIndustrial Ilzclldllsfrml Ike11disIreaI
Industrial Putsitits IJlslls of Life as Well
I tho lost day of conference conferenceK
t K islon Is being held In Inle InTbrn InI
te e 10 this thll afternoon Itlernoon ThU ThUi Thltlnr
I i the tlnr inTat Tbrn at 730 7 SO there will wi be u Priest PriestCod Irlcslco lrlestbcd
I Cod bcd meeting meetn etlfl After Aler thnttlio thnt tho bulnes bulnesb buslneBblb
co the conference together togetherj togelherb
bld b cflllc cIJ 1 conCernce
blb disposed of nnd nndids nn1thtcand
I j tx considered cOflI1 dlsposel Inl InldS
b their homes homesco homesr
thtcand ids will depart l0lJrt tor
many of them will wil III go out to tohough toIb toght
ieat co allnny
4 ght r though mow mal of them thel will w1 prob probfir probyemaIn
Ib remain over to attend to shopping shoPIlnad
a fir lr rmain
tomorrow tomorrowGenerally tomorroWOfnetl tomorrowQiietnll
1 ad 4 other business busines
the th conference conferencehi contercncobe
Generally Ofnetl
hi Ken moro heavily hoavl attended aten111 than thanyjlpntej thll thlluUcpale thanpteJ
uUcpale yjlpntej be pteJ H I was feared tcaret thnt largo largouiiaters lar laruwr Inromber
remain v on ac acI ucaunt
uiiaters uwr mber would uway mn IC ICunl
I foolish smallpox scare scared
of the
aunt nnt O trlsh smlpox
3 d it W I c rtain Itiln that not a few cu t tI 111 111y liii liiijt1 <
I v M home on that account How HowtkM 101 howtrr
jt1 y
Jf tkM tb vas < as an outpouring that was wasI waRli as asitT
I trr li jatlsfactory tbcN The Th conference conCeleleo has hat ia iato
1 itT ry t teen tsfarlory n a record breaker but It I has hasi ha haten
to b very I good one Without doubt doubtIXfthMiw douhttt doubtthe
i mn n a
IXfthMiw the < Ih thJ 0 me r that hits hl been en commented commentedI
I Son tt n more than any an other by the on eonftreflCe ol olI
1 cpQfl mice nce visitors lmn Is the one so strongly stronglyit ttr etrtJ ngl ngllt ngly ngly1I
I ftreflCe visitor
it forth I rlh by b a number lumber ot sneakers sneakersMlcr Bpea kcr ker1wt
1wt lt Mlcr th b necessity ot training trnInln tho thoi thondl thobnd
i Mndi 1 ndl 1IrJ as fted le118 as the head tho DIM tlmt Umtiall tlmtI thntiI3
I Ill for a industrial Inl8tlInl us well wcl as proton protonIrtul 1 IrfenaI > 1108 1108I
Irtul naI education It I has given renewed renewednd Iunwell Iunwellre Zene Wed Wedand
I re nl and fducaton nd stimulus to the tie advocntes of ofI otnual ofruat
ruat nual I training and anl mechanical arts artsliter Irtl Irtley tirtTty
liter Tty ey see ee in It an awakening awakenlnl on this this1Wertthat thlbJert thIsbJrt
1Wertthat bJert that Is sure aue to mean very much muchfor
Saints nnd for the thoittfpie thepIe
for or the Utterday IJlurllnySalnts Ill tortht torthtWple
ittfpie pIe of the IntermoUntain Intermo ntaln west pen penI Jun Junrlf zeiitilly
I ally They Tle enthusiastically enthUBIastl11ly declaio declaio1M ceclal ceclalI declavothe
1M rlf I the time Is at hand for a I mote motet moramttrCI nioroymetrica
t nmetrtcal1 tme and substantial substantnl education educationI ellucaton ellucatoni
I Mi i rh z mttrCI ht that altogether alogelher the outlook ls I very veryAfternoon veryht eryrh
Afternoon Session SessionSaturday ScaRlonPaturda2 SesIoiisaturdaY
Saturday 2 p m mThe The choir and con conIllation canrgaUon conegtIon
Illation IllationGuide rgaUon egtIon sang sangGut sangca
Guide Gut us 0 Thou grent Jehovah JehovahI J chovahFaInt
I fatati ant unto the promised land landIff lanl lanlWe Ian1are
Iff We FaInt are weak ak but Iul ut Thou lit Irt able ableHold ibll ithleIrod
Hold us u with Ith Thy powerful hand handHoly handHoly
Holy 101 Spirit SpiritreM Spiri ptrltFeI
reM re us till tl the th Savior cornea corneaprayer cameoPTer comesPrayer
prayer PTer by b Elder Elier Ider Matthias Mathias F Cow Cowthe Cower
erSling eytngthg Sling tngthg by tho choir choirdeepnlng choirTcuch choIritcugh
Tcuch itcugh deepnlng d epnlnS trials throng your yournay yourway our ouray
nay nayFKIJ wayres ay ayrrm
FKIJ res on press rc8s on yo Saints ot God Godlonjr QodiEr lodEre
Er Ere long the resurrection resurrecton day dayWill la dayIfl y yUsprld
Will Usprld Ifl spread Its iA life lre and 011 truth abroad abroadELDER obrat obratELDER abroadELDER
ct dthe the coum roundl ll of llrst rst seven presidents presidentswas preslent1 preslent118mnt9 PresidentsFeeatli
18mnt9 Feeatli was WI the first frst speaker this thislmoon thisztteraoon
Eifitrcoon lmoon It I was gratifying Iratlnf to tee ee the theIiUeJprend the14elad theilenpread
IiUeJprend 14elad Interest of the Latterday Latterdayciljjn llterdl llterdlStatlln LttrdaylnIin
ciljjn Statlln all allhl the th work of God But each enchr
Itfrscn r n in the Church Is especially eS1eclal In InlitrtsM InIUtd int9tt
litrtsM IUtd In that particular Ilartcular part IJrl of the theTOrk therk
litik TOrk rk to which he has ha been called cnled His HisIrhtt Js Js11e Illsiac
Irhtt 11e iac the speaker spnMr said shlls rls oua IO ot lf OfuiIents the
l uiIents llcntsof Uent ot setnty oCntywaul entywou1d vauld lu Jutfy tlfy tty Il his hisl h hisfsterst s sr
l r < al a interest t In the th Seventieshnd Sev evntI1 ntH hnd tim thoirks th thrmarks timtnarks I
rmarks tnarks irks which he h had to make lake this nt ntItnocn ntmon atmoon
Itnocn ItnocnJ mon monTht moon
J The responsibilities rponslb1tes of the presidents presidentslit prcsllentB prcsllentBc1
lit c1 the tt Seventies S venles were so great Ireat that It ItwId Itall
I ttildte wId all be wisdom on the part ot prcsi prcsiinti Itsl ItslII preslhti
inti II of stakes sakeB not to call cal on these thesoroa theseto
roa 11 10 > fill ni lI positions positons where these post postI poslIon poshLoimIght
I Ion LoimIght cm might be filled Iled by b Competent High Highstj 1gh 1ghisl 111gbreit
reit isl stj or EldTS EI rs The same saro Is true of oftitmembers attlltmbers ofth
titmembers tlltmbers th of the quotums of Seven Seventy SevenHeo
J ty tyH Hfre H re Elder Eld r Iloberts read ren from tr m tho tho3oci th th3i tho3ook
3oci 3i of Mormon to the effect ereet thnt men mel mentori1alnrj
Itttordainri IrHralnr according rcorllng cordin to the natur natur0Uti naturctJ naturlgtits
0Uti ctJ ot f mrn Those who ordain men menijnficej 10n nion3OceO
ijnficej 30CCU should sholhl shou bear In mind mlnl the nual nuali
k i of f mind in the young to be or ore
hie1 e 1 For Jur or Instance young men of a aJleial
IJ411 Jleial allur 1 turn of mind might be placed placedJ placeditere
itere bl J In the future ns need develops developsa
n nel
a Hh rounrlls Coun ls with wlh the least proba probaQtr roba robatT
< Qtr tT of detrimentally dClrlrentuly affecting afectnl the or ornuto 01pzlzatiu
jmlatlon nuto pzlzatiu And BO with vlh thoso who ho post 1109I josI8
N I I8 I the t e ability ablt to teach tearl
J ibm Tht l 18 ni M > body of men to which whlrhe
Itninark e rmak renark of President Presldelt Smith con connIng
T lnr l i cnt eUn ng out of debt applies lplcs with withtiler withI withrenter
renter I aer force than the Seventies Seven Cor CorWma Car1onene
Wma enl between bctw en the Brvntlea Bevntes and andi
1 i Gut oundl Qunel showed that this Is Is5omany
Ln 5omany So Ian of these special speclallission speclallissiontre mission
I tfllSre A1ln tre In debt and thus tho preach preachMloi
Mloi cof the Gosprl Gvslr Is I Impede He Ie would wouldjte would1t
jte 1t Uf t e Seventiea therefore above oil
theretor Ibove ni
t 1 othr hr h J s of Prcsthood In II the thoi
hrb u b i to gel out of debt BO o that they theytt
tt 17 1e JI1 I elarcJ IJre to carry the Gospel to tonaHons
P1 4 ta naHons aicn lon of tho th earth earthtdrehr
lT tdrehr afercd to t the other point sug ug
fjrtbv Eed t bv IT I r sJent Smith the neces necesoiiranual
nClS nClSof
i7OflrafluaI oiiranual of training The Th fact that thatIMI
11 ii TP nifuI Vj1 ul t J CM attention to this
IMI al ntenton
Miter Itr ter lad IndII > t that we are undergo
BJt 1 t hln > unttrlo
The he limits lmis of our popuia Ula
1 nre re be r omlnr more restricted
l TiH nr men hap h11 to push U8h out Into lto ncw ncwfcnt IleI l
fcnt l ntthee tcs nail ln II order to do o this they
Ut zt knl kaoa L omcthlng omcthhll of the mechnnl mechnnlTtl
Irt lilt Ttl The professions arc Iro already alreadyv
I C1Jlrj 1 cJ J > This s Is R I dny ay of organ o nl
UI tlcn v J IcIhing rj thing Is controlled clmlrolecl by
tlaratiot5 tat ntons One J of th the quc8tlonj questons for for8alnts
11 8alnts ants to answer Is IsK
hhl atshai b K s B I relation relaton between betwtln tho those e
ajnC nr 11 t 1 i 1 ffnctlse tho mechanical mechanicaln mechanicl
nt aM Ia t n nfll 11 < l the trades unions unionstlf
I Ibe11 ta tlf t r the wofd wotll has chang changitMductlon
V itMductlon lntllurlon of the Gus 3osB os
Tra T a r 1 B ret get t no minister rodny to
h h
lafanl damnation damnton predestination predestinationllinuou predestlnton
t trn h i j llinuou hnuoUI inuous revelation reenton U i
lrbale Thn h arts and anlllclences sciences are n
f tjnit thg 10 fullur UJ1r G Gods ° J work We WeK Ve rl
lt1 K t the moral phnse of ofU
a n 4 I morl IJltse ft
tr 11trn In U I has hal not been bwnrst ben
Jl i
r e frt Crt rst WM ml message aBe was flashed tlashejn Ilhl
f n tth ar II l Non o oo all al parts of the thePatfcL
PatfcL II P IntnntlnlOUf Instantaneous nst ntancous rommu c
t lt Qu ca111 n t < i h J 1 It II t bv b no n n means ntans Improbable Improbablebo fmu
Wfl mi bo dlspcnied 11IJen d with withll wih
Iora OraI for o or ll n al all Is a this nll that tnatnlf8tlon
In n be
< li In mn1UflIrstloii > nlf8tlon with nil
1tkl Imunlatln wih al
dsLotnu b J If H1111 man wIth wih his limitations lmiatons
1 ILQrulb ran Q hAr ha b U t Is very ery 1 Probable prhnble that thata
< dille tII > a al all thjit He le Is oaU
eR ter flt t hftve Wrformed 1rtorleI1 The Thei TheMEUIULT
Cni COn Id d by
Ijt asking Gods
tlth ldtOn on he SaInt SMnts 00
tLlE1t LEr JOSU Jri
I t4
tnu s ker Hc ha had l
1 ae hlt < Presided prlde
a r He tn fv X Pr > r the Samoan mis mistM inI
II Ie tM srl ° i say a > that there was wasln1D wasor
arre trtahng Ipln11 h n b3nt ln1D ot ° f faithful f4thful broth brth brthI brthtrtahng
I lh the < > Samonnltes Slmoanlu there thcrcn ther
lulon I l0 ben n wtftblUhed 5tablbh about aboutKt
n i i t abut
t II
I I 11 get Dd a mlllon as
it4 t brar 7 h4 It I Ii true tre that home homek lomo
Ir t tha k but not nt more mOr Ire frefih
hI fih tbpr
r warm climates climatesu
Kt rrf rrffr clmates
ffr 1 I u > rd Is
C he the5Vtkee R U > Id manifest lanltest there therehl
fr J 5Vtkee t
It k Orf hl hIs testimony tutlnony to the theeverywhere thet
i t I I t tI I um tetmonT testImony he
Jleinrv lie Rjnl everywhere eerlherc ywcrc pos P pOl post < > 8 8ikki
ikki t lt Irk of thc
1 e de dei frequency fluency with withV Ith
tIT V 7 tVii bIb I I ai ttourMrvlMi our lervlce services and our ° ur urV
V Ct Wf It Lard He hn had < 1 often oftcnwlwe oftenthis
ih oCen
1 lu We wlwe ad ltl we did thwe this thisSeventies thl we rnl real al alHe > 1
t k
tf tho Seventies Seente and the
vis lll g 11h hI Ihrr 1 sometimes EOlleUmeS find fnd tn In Ingo Into
I 10 go on onof mlsslqns
ge tht 10 onmldqnl
tt dlmrultts dtflrUltIt5 tre are the reo re
u unw01 1iol of the Seventies SIenUe
r 1
themselves thems Sometimes eO tme the aevonllesnro aevonllesnroIn Revontes SeventIes Or are areIn
I In debt nt other otler times tmef the family tnmly can cannot can10t cantiut ¬
not 10t see their tll wny clear to obtain oblnlll a live livellhood lve lveIhood livelihoud
llhood Ihood No Seventy under under8lch such condi conditionswill conl contiltionsvIIi ¬
tionswill tons IIo bo frcu from condemnation condemnationSYLVESTER condemnaton condemnatonSYLVgSrI condeinnatloiiSYLVISTJlt
late president of the Netherlands mis mission mlsslun misslon ¬
sion next lext addressed tho conference For Forthree Iorthree Forthree
three yeura yeutl past Ilslh ust ho had h lbeen been on n 1 mlti mltislon mil mission
slon lie le had been home now for about aboutfive abuutIh aboutfive
five Ih months Tile prospects IlrosJeets In the theNetherlands theNetherland theNthertnnds
Netherlands mission ore good There Therenre Thereore Thereare
ore 30 Elders I ltors there and Inll ltn about 200 200Saints 200Saints 200Saints
Saints of whom about about 200 had been beenbaptized beln belnbaptzed beenbaptIzed
baptized baptzed during durlll the past year enr Ho Hollglous 10 10Iglous lieligious
llglous Iglous liberty Ibert abounds Ibounds the only re restriction roo rooIlrloton rostrlrtlon ¬
striction Ilrloton being placed on tho Elders to topreach t tpreach topreach
preach OR or the theltrcets thestreets streets The people l > enpl read readthe readthe readthe
the BIble lble much hence they appreciate appreciatethe IPIrellt IPIrelltthe
the doctrines brought brolght them by b the El Elders mderB 1iders ¬
ders The chief dllllculty 111culy In Belgium Is IsIn IsIn Isin
In getting gcttng men to speak fluently Illonlly the thoFrench theFrench theFrench
French language langulge He le spoke of the be belief beIlct behot ¬
hot of one of the former sects crtl of the thoCatholic theCatholc theCatholic
Catholic Catholc church that Elijah I IJnh would wouldcome wouldcomt wouldcome
come comt He believed beleol that there the was wal u ugreat 1 agreat
great work to be done among such peo peoile
ile He le had hat In connection cunnocton with wih Elder ElderF Wier WierI leo leoIlle
F I M Lyman traveled trveled through Pales Palestine PaIrstn PalestIne
tine tn Franco I rlnco antI Italy Ialy and Ind hAd been beenagreeably beenngreeably beenngreeably
ngreeably surprised In the condition condiion In Inwhich Inwhich inWhlClt
which ho found the Italians lalans It I was wnswholly waawholy waswholly
wholly wholy different 11ferent from what whlt ono would
Inter from seeing the representatives representntves of oftheso otthes oftheso
theso people In other rtmntrls rtmntrlsHe Cuntrls countrislie
He 10 admonished tho young to prepare
for responsibility rePjonslblts In th work of God
No temptation should be permitted permited to toturn totUrn totiin
turn them aside nslle from tlom tho path of truth
In conclusion he prayed prye1 thnt God Godwould 001would ledatlid
would atlid bless tho youth of Zion nnd bore borea bre brea
a a strong stronl testimony to the truth truthELDER trulhELDER truthELDER
president losllent of tho Boxelder stake was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the next speaker Ipeak r Ho le represented one onoof oneut oneof
of the oldest stake of th Church There Thereare Therar Tlieriare
are ar about aIout 7000 700 souls there There are aromore nromore aremore
more than lPOO 1lO who bear tim th Aaionlo Anlonlo
Priesthood The presidency o ldelcy are united unitednnd unitednnd unitedand
nnd love each other It I Is so with wih tho the111gb
High Hgh Council Counci This hls body Iody holds meetings meetingsmonthly leetno leetnomonthly meetingsmonthly
monthly There Thor are 13 wards and three
blanches In each of which tho same samespirit ennlespirit
ale alespirit
spirit of unity uniy and love prevail prevai Within
the last seven s en years the tithing thing has haswen hasen
wen en doubled There Is more union unionamong unionamong tlntonamong
among the people than there has ever
been manifest In the stake Tars Ylrs ago n 1
Prsldent Snow nos established elnblshod cooperation cooperationand <
cooperton coopertonalil
and alil the people have not forgotten torlolten the
instructions Instructons he gave laVe them Misfortunes Misfortunescome lsfortunes lsfortunesCol
come Col to retard the Industrial 1Illuatrlnl activity RCtVly of
the people And though the Institutions Institutionsestablished Instiutons Instiutonsestnhlhed institutionsestablished
established estnhlhed years ago 110 are not In exist existunco oxlstnee existUflCt
nee today tOII1 the tli principles underlying
unllorlln unllorllnthem
them arc al still stl kept In II mind There Is Isa Isa isa
a new railroad now In course of con construction canstluctlon construction ¬
struction and also a I ntv Il lit sugar tao ¬
tory tor and a I canal caln There Is HUlar plenty of ofopportunity atopportuniy ofOpportunity
opportunity opportuniy for the young men and the thoold theolt theold
old olt to get work He spoke of the need needof needat needof
of manual training among CllOI our people
Ho II hI thanked thnnk d God for the many man in inspired Inplrld inspired ¬
spired plrld men who hud hl1 been raised ralsel up to
lead the theCh Church rch Ho e had sat In this thisITl
ITl Tfljbcrrjacloand crracI nnll llntcncfl t nel to the words worllsot of
Inspiration II plraton from frlm these thselon men of God 001 He
bore a testimony testmony to tho truth of the
Gospel GospelThc ao GospelThe pel pelThe
The choir eang
How are Thy servants blessed 0 Lord
How sure Is their defense
Menial Jtorl11 wisdom wlslol Is their guide
Their help Omnipotence OmnipotenceBenediction OmnipotenceBenedicton OmnipotenceItenedlotion
Benediction Benedicton was pronounced by b Dish
P Win in B 1 Preston PrestonhKCOM Presionfmco Preston4ECONl Ilronouncel Dah
hKCOM fmco n DAY DAYSunday 1AYSunday Y YBunda
Sunday Bunda 10 a m ITho mTho Tho choir and con
gregatlon Gegltlon sang sangNow tng tngNow sangNo
Now No let us rejoice rejoie In tho day of salva sa ¬
lIon tionNo ton tonNo lIon2o tay
No longer as jt strangers
lonlcr l strlngers on earth need
wq w roam roamGood roanlOood noanfGood
Good tidings t lng fire sounding to us and
each nation
And nll shortly short naton natonnll the hour of redemption
will wl come comeham comeImor conicItnyer
Imor was ofere otTered by Eider Abra
ham hamThe O Woodrur Soodruff SoodruffThe < Eder
The he choir sang sn the hymn which bo boC boo
gIlls gIllsCome Ins InsCom
C Com mea2re8tLor deaest dearest Lord < 1 descend and dwell
By IJ faith tlh and nnllo love In every breast lwel
Then shnll shal we WI know kio and taste tste and feel
The Joys that tha cannot Clnnot be expressed expressedPHESIDENT exprcssedJm expressedPfllS1DDNp
iV was the frt first speaker of the morning
session 8e sI0 i He
J was WI8 gratified gratlet with wih the sue
cess of the 110 work rk of God In oil pails 1IIIs of
the th world orid The missionaries In every
land are meeting meetng with wih success Of
course thero Is some opposition In
Germany for or Instance Instalce opposltl and effort erort has hal ha
Tho True WRY WnytEnjoy tnttnjojr to n Ilrniarr IlrniarrThe JlfIUI JlfIUIThe 1iniurThe
The way to enjoy enJO a truth trth Is to pass
It on to others othersCertainly others othersCertainly pss
Certainly It Is n pleasure after
having enjoyed enjord anything Inylhlng to bo bl atlr able
to see your our friends enjoy It I A lady of
Key K Y West Pta I Ja believes belel1 In this lal Sho Shosays Shosa Shesays
says sa s I 1 njn a great Ircrt believer belowr In pac ¬
lag Inl a good Iood thing thin along nlolg to others p and nndmy andmy
my m faith fatI In Postum Cereal Ceral Coffee Coree nnl Is
founded upon Ipon suph u h truthful truthfl cxpcrlcnc cxpcrlcncthnt expcriencsthat
that t1t I take pleasure In II passing plslng It I along alolg
to my friends friendsCoffee trlendl friendsCoffee
Coffee Core lias had a very err distressing dlstrlSln cf
feet upon me II I have long been a great greatsuffcror greatsufferer
gent gentsUCcrir
sufferer sUCcrir from Indigestion Indleston Borne Baro time timeago tle timeao
ago 110 I commenced c0llcnel1 drinking panned anncllk anncllkwih milk mIlkwith
wih with lth Just enough tnougt tea te to give Ilve It a fin flavor 11nor finvor ¬
vor or Even I en this did rld not agree with wih mo monnd moanll meami
nnd when a friend Cr M of mine n I few weeks weeksago woeksano veeksago
ago told me le What wonderful wondeful results resultsgho tsultH tsultHsho resuitsho
gho ho had gained galnld by Ii giving 11lng up coffee cOfe nod
drinking Jostum I bought a 1 package packageto
to try tryI tr trI
U I quit coffee coree anti nd tried the Postum PostumHave PostumIAe PoattimHave
Have IAe found tounlli It delicious dolcO und Inl nutritious nutritiousMy nutrlous nutrlousMY
My appetite oppetc which was wis very poor poorhas 111 voorhs
has his Increased Inra 1 wonderfully wonllprtul nod my IY In Indigestion Indlestln Indigestion ¬
digestion dlestln has haf lma dIs4lIIared < llsnpp ared I look lok for forward rorwan forward ¬
ward wan to meal time tme and Iostum lostur Cereal CerealI Ceral CeralI
I know many man people who have bene benefited bne bneOell beneflteii ¬
fited Oell by I leaving oft o coffee coree and am taking takingup tnkln tnklnup
up Postum One a delicate dclote elderly elderlylady eMerlyIRII elderlylady
lady IRII suffered sUler terrIbly teribly from trm nervous nervousheadaches nlrou nlrouhOllche nervousheadaches
headaches hOllche and other othtr nervous troubles troublesShe trouLleRhe troublesThe
She was on the verge of nervous nerous pro prostration pr lflstratlon ¬
stration slraton when advised to drink dink Postum PostumInstead 108tum 108tumInstrd PostuniInstend
Instead Instrd of cofl coree coteo > c which she he did with withthe wih withthe I Ithe
the result resul that her headaches hMdlehs have al almost al0ft almost ¬
most 0ft entirely enlrly disappeared dlppnre already nl d lift liftdoctor Ipr IprIlortor 13crdoctor
doctor was wa surprised at the result rt ult and andadvised nndad andatlvised
advised ad I sel her to stick Itck to Iostum She Shelooks Shelook Shelooks
looks younger and fleshier hlpr than In 10 10years 10al 10enrS
look oul e fe
years enrS al past past This lady also goes ge on onto onto onto
to give Shp the cases and Ind name of half a adoicn adoztl adoxeim
doicn doztl other friends One On of these thCC In a aCuban Acuban aCutan
Cuban CubanCubans CutanCiibnrms
cubanuOM Cubans uOM are famous coff cot coffee < drinker drinkerand drInker drInkerand drinkersend
and this gsntlcrnan rtnt < tan was a no exception exceptionHli ecepton
Hli 11i physician exhausted ehnuttl his remedies remedieswithout remedleawlhoul remedIeswithout
without I arty bcheftt bhent When It feermd feermdhe eemtdhI
he wlhoul could al live no longer onger a friend trend ad adUsed Alltod alsised
Used hI rut him le to shift lf to 1ottum IOtumj He Hedropped HedrPpCl lieilrOppCt
dropped drPpCl tod coffee cQfr and took tok up Iostum Iostumnnd Iostun IostunnIt Postumttt1
nnd nIt h I 15 now a living ldns monument to tothe II III tolme
the I e wonderful Properties IlropHte of this drink1 drink1Names drlnk dr1nkNanles
Names furnished by lyIostul Postum Co Bat Battie Datte linttie
tie te Creek rek Mich 1lch
been made moleto to prevent the Elders l hler from frompreaching trol fromiJreaelling
preaching In II that nation natul Those Who Whoaro whOaro WimOtire
aro endeavoring enleavorlng to accomplish nccomllsh thin thlllCt thlllCtot act actof actof
of Intolerance Intolerlnco admit almlt that they have havenothing havenothing ave avenothln
nothing against aatlst the missionaries 1Isslonurle but butthey IUt IUtthey butthey
they do not like lke their religion rlglll In II sono sonocountries sOlnocountrl sojilocountries
countries H there In II still sll morn 10ro or less re religious teIglou8 nohiglous ¬
ligious Iglou8 Intolerance Illulerlo In some S0l0 of tho thoHcamllnavlan tholcaltilvian theScandInavian
ScandInavian lcaltilvian nations utons tho olllcern olcer of tho tholaw thoInw thelaw
law admit adlit that they thy have Ilvo less trouble troublewith trullo trullowih troubleWith
with wih those who belong to Ih 1110 ho Church Churchthan ChurchIhRn Churchtitan
than with wih others In Copenhagen Copolholen the themeetinghouse th thmeetnghouse themeetinghottse
meetinghouse meetnghouse recently rec rl built buit Is doing doingmuch doingmuch doingmuch
much to spread the truth truthHe truthlie
He 1 wns pleased pleascl with wih the reports reportl that thatcome thalcore thatcome
come core from the various vlrlons missions rime ThomlsElonarleo fhomlslonarleH rimemIssionarIes
mIssionarIes are lre working zualously to tospread toslllal toirad
spread slllal thc Gospel OOIlel At home too the thework thlwork thework
work Is progressing IJroRre8slnr In II the Ih stakes or orZlon o orZion
Zion The first Ir t Presidency lresllel have visited visitedmost vIsied vIsiedmost IsItedmost
most of these stakes und unl have hlo found foundthe tounl foundthe
the Saints trying to live lve their religion religionThe relgion relgion1ho
The 1ho Increase Inerelso In tithing tlhlng alone would In Indicate Inllcato 1mmlIcate ¬
dicate llcato this Improvement Ilprovellnt The rie people peopleeverywhere IJlolloeerwhcre ICOPIOeverywhere
everywhere ore endeavoring to pay oft ofttheir of ofttheir
their Indebtedness lnlebtdness according to the In Instructions 11 iiistrmmctiomms ¬
structions Iructuls of the leading 1011111 brethren brethrenThere hrthron hrthronThere bruthrommThere
There are many Illny yet whose names 10mes are arepn 110 110on areon
on the list 18t of nontlthepaycn nonthopayers There lhere Is IsSomething Isiomelhlng isormmetiiImmg
Something iomelhlng wrong with wih IL member of the thoChurch theChuroh timeChurch
Church who does not lot pay 11 his tithing tithingThis tthlll tithIngThis
This IH II not 10t a 1 now law It I dutM dutll lack lackas IJdl IJdlns linekas
as far as lS the time tme of Abraham The TheBalnts lheButnts rimeSalmmts
Balnts will wi be blessed In obeying oIolng this thislaw thisIn tthslaa
law In
lawHu Hu Iu admonished Illmollshed the people to be lion lioncst houcst hoeeat
cst There ought oUlht to be no 10 love for forwealth tdrwellh forwealth
wealth wellh on 11 the part Iorl of the Saints Not Notthnt Notthat Nottimttt
that there Is II anything wrong In having havingmoney haII havingmoney
money but tho harm comes comel from loving lovingIt lovingIt
It It Theic hele nio Home 8010 manifestations mnnleHlatons of ofa
a 1 thirst for or wealth weulh among aronI thc Saint SaintThey SnJntHlhey Saints1imey
They should shollllulrl guard against Ilulnt speculation speculationBut SIOcu11lun SIOcu11lunBut
But above all ni no man should borrow borrowmoney burrowInonoy borrowmml000y
money to Invest Iucft In speculative 81lelulutve schemes schemesfor 8Ch0tR 8Ch0tRfor
for thereby he may bring distress Ils1es8 up upon upon upon ¬
on many luny Tin1 rhl Tim old 011 way Va of laboring for forwealth torwealh forwealth
wealth wealh Is II the best way ay to become ItlOll rich ilohHome lhHomt richHome
Home Homt It I Is true get rlih iiilckly < IUlck bj bjspeculation h hslleculalon hispeculation
speculation slleculalon in mining InlnlnR but we forget rOllet the thehundreds thehundte11 tImeimundreds
hundreds hundte11 that are lre ruined Iuiled by It I Let us usremain usremain usremain
remain therefore on firm frm ground groulHl The Theonly Thlonly Timcemily
only question for a Sant to ask In his hisfinancial hIl hisIlmmammcial
financial Inancul enterprises IH 11 not Iot will wt it IJ PaY PaYbut > ay aybut
do Some of ofour otour ofour
but how much good gool will wi It lo
our enterprises enterHl es have not realized realzed large Inrgudividends InrRt largedividends
dividends hut ut they have done lon I a great greatamount greatnunount ront rontImount
amount Imount of good to the people of the thestate thestRte limostate
state And Anl this tll I Is 11 the same Baro with wih re respect respect respect ¬
spect to some Rlle private ventures Wesholll Weshould We Weshould
should sholll seek for wisdom wlslol He that has haseternal hasetcrnl haseterimmmi
eternal etcrnl life lfe Is rich Let UH UI make mlkc our ourlives ourles ourlives
lives les as useful ns we e can He Il concluded concludedby concluflellIi
by Ii asking Gods blessing upon the con conference conference conSforenmce ¬
ference forenmceELDEfl
of the first Ir t council euuncl of Seventy was wasthe wasth wasthe
the th next speaker H1enker He Io was us gnat gnatly grat gratIY
ly pleasqd yesterday mornIng moinlngwhen mOlllng mOlllngwhcn mornIngwhen
when 1rcslilont lrcel ent Smith spoke of manual manualtraining mnnulI mnnulItrainIng manualtraIning
training In the schools President PresidentYoung IreshlontYoun lresidelltYoung
Young In founding founlln tho Church sliooi sliooisystem sllol sllolpy shionisystem
system py tem emphasized the mechanical mechanicalarts m chanlculurts
arts In I n the early days the Saints Saln ts were wereconspicuous wcreconaplcuoul wereconspicuous
conspicuous conaplcuoul for their skill s II I In time crafts croftsThis crtl craftsTiils
This hiS Is unfortunately not the same to today today today ¬
day rime speaker thought that In this thisrespect thisrespect tlmisrespect
respect we tire not so well wel off 00 as IS we wewere 10 10Werc Suwere
were 25 years ago More encourage encouragement encournemenl encouragemoot ¬
moot thercfoie thlreole should ho given glen to the theIndustilal thelulustrlal tImelmmdustriai
Industilal lulustrlal arts The professions Iroflstlons are areovercrowded nri areovercrowded
overcrowded and unl the other occupations occupationsare occupatons occupatonsure
are neglected neglectedHe neliectel
He le thought that thlt soma of our schools schoolslay school scimoolslay
lay la too much stress on athletics nlhletcs Atli AtliletlcM Jtttmletics th thleUcI
letlcM leUcI are needful but too much time timeshould tme tmeshoullotlo timneshould
should shoullotlo not be given Iven to them One reafion reafionIs
Is that generally gene roiy those who engage nluHe In Inathletics Innthletcs inmmtmlettcs
athletics nthletcs are fre those who need this exor exorcise axel oxerelse ¬
else least Those hos who really realy n net ned ed exer exercise eXt eXtclse 0XOrelse ¬
else usually usualy stand by I hi to applaud the thoVlctois thellols timvictors
victors llols This Jhls surplus IUIllus energy entrIH should shoull be bedltected Iu Iudllctet bedirected
directed dllctet Into the channels chlnnels of Induslr IndustryAH InduslrAI Induslr4t8
AH AI one of the general superintendence superintendenceof sUl1erlntullene sUl1erlntulleneof
of the Sunday schools chiooI he desired leslret to say saysomething sa saHomothlnJ sasomething
something HomothlnJ or this organization orglnlzaUun Uecetit Uecetitly
ly a change had been made In n the thecourse Ihocourse timecotlrse
course of study Ituly In these schools which whichwould whichuuld vhmichmvould
would contribute to II the advancement advancementof ad voneemelt voneemeltof
of the children chldron not lot only Intellectually Intellectuallyhut IntelectualY IntelectualYhut
hut spiritually Tho perfect giadlng In Intho InIho IntIme
tIme schools will wi obviate the repetition repettun of ofsubjects otsubjects ofsubjects
subjects as al In the past pnstrimoaiinm The aim haH hal been beento
to establish establsh faith In the hcnrts of the theyoung theyoung timeyoummg
young people And this Idea Idea should shouldbe shouldbek shouidbokejt bo bokent I
kent k In II mind by b tho thoe c who use the theSunday timeSunday I ISunday
Sunday p school EclooloutlnB outlines History has hasbeen hasbeen
been emphasized rnil > l usJted but It I has only been beento
to prepare Ilrepiro for tho proper understanding understandingof undertandlnH undertandlnHof I
of doctrine
He le called cale1 attention atenton to the fact that thatsomo thatSOl0 tlmatsonic
sonic of tho statistical statstcal reports some sometimes sometles someimues ¬
times come In II very Incomplete Incol11lete Owing Owingto
to tles the delays del Ys of some of lt If the stakes nno nnowarda and onGwardl andwards
wards wardl he was wal unable to give Rh the In Increase Increase Increase ¬
crease In the enrollments enrol monts This served servedto
to bhow showhol how Important It I Is I that thathouid w wshould WI WIshould
should be Individually Inllviualy punctual In Inwhatever Inwhateerwo Inwimatever
whatever wo undeitake unlelako He Il concluded concludedby
by Iy asking osklnG Gods Ools blessings blesings on tho edit editftrencc Col cOilfrence
ftrencc ftrenccULDEU ttencc ttenccELDEH frenceELDER
ELDER nnunnN a MILLER MILLERPresident MILLERPresldenl siILLEflPresident
President of the Emery stake stakt was the thenext thonext tImenext
next speaker He I was pleased to re report rcrort report ¬
port that Slealler the thegoncral general condition coo lllon of his hisstake hissttke hisstake
stake sttke Imt was wal good too 11 I comprised conwrIol1 part of ofthe ortho oftime
the two counties lounlol Carbon GurIon and Emery Emerynnd l Emnerymind mery meryInll
mind Inll Is about 70 O by 80 miles mlcs In extent extentThere exteatrhrre extentIhere
There are 15 wards wlrds scattered Rcnterlt over a alarge 1 1large alarge
large area arel of country The people are aretrying aretfllg aretrying
trying to do their duty dut They Th have all allthe RI allthe
the tfllg organizations necessary ncecss1 for mod modern mOl mOlern nuxicrim ¬
orgnl ntons
ern civilization such as lS saloons Time ThoSaints Th ThSaints TimeSatnts
Saints clvlzolon however Keep ecp away own from them thempretty themNety theumpretty
pretty Nety well wel eil The conditions conlltonR prevailing prevailinghere ptnlllng ptnlllnghero
here arises partly pnrty from room tho fact that thatone Ihutone thatone
one of the counties of the Emery stake stakeIs
Is a great geat coal district There I I Ii a aplan 1 1plln itplan
plan plln on foot f ot by b which thousands of ofncres otnrres ofticres
ncres may be brought under cultivation cultivationWhen cultvalon cultvalonWhen cmmlttvutloilWhen
When this plan Is miitured mrturcd there will willlie wi wIllbe
lie III ample room rool for those who are arelog seek seekIng sClk sClkIng
Ing new homes JIb 1t bore his testimony testimonyto tesllony tesllonyto
to the truth trth of the Gwpel GwpelELDEH Ov GvpeiE1Elt pel pelI I
President lresilent of the Hyrum lrum stake next nel nJ nJdressed al addressed
dressed the thl conference The Hyrum Hyrumstake lyrum lyrumstnke ilyrumstake
stake he reid In situated sltualtd In the Eouth Eouthorn
urn part of JI Cache volley nlo with wih a Mor Mormon Mornimomm Ior Iormon ¬
mon population populnton of about oIout 7600 160 There Therenro Theraaro Thereare
are 10 wards He le thought It I a good goodIdea goollIdea goodidea
Idea to divide the stakes so 1018 o as to bring bringmore bringmore brIngnmcre
more members Into activity nctvly The pre presidency presilency prestdency ¬
sidency silency and lnd high hllh council counci were united unitedthe unied uniedthe unitedthe
the people were paying their tithes tlthcakeeping thes theskellnl titheskeeping
keeping kellnl the Sabbath and endeavoring endeavoringas
as best they could to do their duties dutiesHe dules dulesle dutieslie
He le thought It was IS its ono of the th model modelstakes 10l modelstakes 1 1slakes
stakes In Zion There arc only two twoealoons tOPlons twosaloons
saloons Plons In the stake stokotwo staketwo two more 10re than thanthe thanthe thantime
the people wanted The tithing Ithln had halln hallncreased la lacreased Increased
creased greatly rnty during time tht past pn t year yearThe yearThe enr enrThe
The organizations orglnlzotons are Iro nil al complete and andactive anllactve neilactive
active actve There are Borne sOle pour l > r In the thestake Ihestoke thestake
stake but they Ihly are taken care of Ho Hotestified 10 10tfstfe lietestIfied
testified tfstfe to the Joy JO he hal halln In the princi principles Ilrlndllcs lirinciPlea ¬
Plea of the Gospel GospelELDEU GospelELDm GospeiELDER
President PreMnt of the th Fremont stake Itake of Xlonwas Zion Ziunwos ZionvaI4
was the next speaker sprker This stake Is Isabout IsAbout isabout
about 200 mllur ml inIlenorlh 1 north of this city ciy In the thenorthern tle tlenorthern timenorthern
northern part of lt what t Is I called calledloutheastern rle calledsoutheastern
southeastern Idaho l aho There are lre IS ISwards I 18Svnrds
wards extending ever an area nrn of TO TOrouare 10quare 70rmunre
rouare miles mlos There Is a population populaton of ofabout ota ofabout
about a but 6000 600 All At tho organizations or anlu lons are arecomplete arocompIC arecomplete
complete He felt proud of those tho e who whowere whowere whowere
compIC Ie rul
were In charge of these thele organizations organizationsHo o anlzntons
Ho 10 coil 1 nil hi his counselors were united ns nswere 04wore aswere
were also the high council cJncl There arc nrotwo aretwo
two councils councis of Seventy there thert and tour fourquorums tourquornms tourquorums I
quorums of Elder Elden The Th stake superin superintendent Iuperln Iuperlntenden supcrintendency ¬
tendency of the th Sunday Sundiy school nre ac active ncte active ¬
tive te and also aln the ofllccrg olecra Of o the Mutual MutualImprovemtnl Mutuallnmprovement IutualImptoement
Improvemtnl associations o lolalonR The Te religion religionclass rlgion rlgionelUs religionclass
class organization organlzalon Is not HO I active acle a acould OB OBcoull ascould
could coull be wished wtJhe Financially Flnanclnly the pee peopla J peepie
pie are nr mors prosperous IJrperous that thry ever everwere overwere everwere
were There her has Itttn a marvelous marwlousgrowth mnrloul marvelousgrowth
growth In that part prt of the Ih country The Theacademy Theacademy Theacademy
academy In Itcxhurg npxhurg Is UMful uMtulln in the r rllglous t re rellgiomis
llglous Iglous government of the stake It Ithas 1 Ithas
has now nw an enrollment enrolment of 565 0 G Alwut Alwutforty 4boutforty hout houttorty
forty young men have bon bon studying studyingthe stulylnthe
the mlwlonary mlllonlr course couro This Thil autumn it itIs Itt itIs
Is t hope hO 1 to have completed a I school schoolbuilding schoolbuilding cool coolhuldlng
building huldlng to coot Clt about nlut 10000 no He Hebore Hebore liebore
bore his testimony testmon to the truth trth of the thelatterday theIlterdR timelatterday
latterday IlterdR work workFIIEl workEILEL ork orkEIU
of the First F t Council C9uncl of Seventy was the theconcluding thecncludlnl theconcluding
concluding cncludlnl speaker P3k r HR IIbegamm began can by call callIn col callmr
In Inf attention ntenton to the difference dlftence between betweenhe betcenthe
the he ways wa1 of tho Lord And thOR of ofm otm ofmem
m mem m l No people ople quibble no 1 little IUle over overthe overthE overthe
the thE Hlble 1ble as Al the Latterday laUtrtay Faints It ItU I ItI
U I necessary ncCe u In order orter to read rR11 ream the Ilb Ibo Ibocorecl lube lubecorrectb e ecorrectly
correctly corecl to be b In possession pulslon of th tbl lbs
Sfom soe C S on iills1 iills1time SUUs SUUsThe
The man who puts on stilts stis does not nt in increase Inras increase ¬
crease his actual stature stture by b the breadth breQ th o oa 01 01a oa >
a ras hair He le feels taller tler while whlt lies on al the thestilts thestis theatlits
stilts stis and lud when hes off them theu he feels feelsshorter feelsfhortcr feelsE
shorter fhortcr than he cVcr cVcrfelt 1C1 1C1fet ecrfelt
felt Stimulants ore orethe Qrethe arethe
fet tlulnlls
the tilts stts of the stow Btomnch slot slotw stowocim
w nch They Tile make lalo a aman nIIRI ammmnmm
man IIRI feel fec better beter for the thetime thetl thetime
time bduf but lia liafeels heIIIII imewI
tl lmc bing
E wI feels fees a great deal worse worsefor worseI
I IIIII I I for them thcl afterward afterwardJ nf rwatJ
Ii I J The need Iced 01 ot the man manJwhose lan lanjl mmman1L1
jl 1L1 1 m Jwhose nh W ii ose stomach stolach is isweak IsI 154tA
4tA I weak is I not 101 stimu stimulation stlmmmuif ¬
if p lotion laton but strength strengthlr
Dr Pierces Golden GoldenMedical GoldenMedical
1 Medical Merlca1 Discovery Discoveryperfectly DlsoeryIIrfect Discoveryl
l 4 perfectly IIrfect answers lus r that tliatJieel thalt thatg
g t t Jieel Icd ltd1 It CI cries res 8 the tug diseases lis ¬
1 W 1 eases of tL digestive digestiveand dfgcstc dfgcstcl
j Iv and am nutritive Illrlto system systemwhich S systetmlv1mlcli stcU
l which make Inke the stom stomach lol ¬
1 7 ach weak wea1 eik It I CD CDable t1 tomti
ti able the digestion dlgc tallil tallilIssluiaton awl awlassimilation auntnssitimihmtlon
assimilation Issluiaton of food fo fo fothat r noaiu
aiu that the body bod receive receivethe rceleJ rceleJthe
1 the muritloti Ulrlol on which 1 UW1I1C1tdepends whichdepends whichdeiInds
depends its is strength strengthI sticugtl
I took lok two I bottles btes ol olIr 01Ir ohhr
Ir Ir rirrrea lltlcs Goldui MM MMleal MIIMI Mrlloal
leal Discovery Ilvr for ttomach ttomachtroublt Ilomachlrlbk stomavhtrotililt
troublt lrlbk mum Clarence ClarenceCnrtifi Clrrn lareuceCartir
Cnrtifi CfrurII1nl KM Tiulontown TiulontownlAXidouu Tiyioretownloudouim tIOWU tIOWUJoldoUI
lAXidouu JoldoUI Co V s Ml I IL ILmoe did didtne Ill IllIjr
tne to 1 much luch good I Unit IhCt I IdlJnt II II
I dlJnt d Ijr dul take emmy Ju wore l r I Imn Jr Ifr
r fr mn rat most tot nnyllilnz nnyllilnznow Ilylhln
CI now 10 Inmnottflltilfowil Inmnottflltilfowilwith J 3m o well el 1ltn pieniei pienieiWitil ll llwllh
with It I Inrilly Imdl know knw how Ilol to tliniik IIIU you 01 for or your yourkind 1ourkiwt yourkIU1
kind lufoitiifttlml lufotllol I tried tlld A whole lot of tmiignbefore tmiign Iht1 thmtmgmbefore
before I wrote rote lojou 10 you 01 A t Xfutlenmn tohlneot tohlneotyour toM Ir moe 01 01olr ofyour
your bfurr medicine mtldlr amid nld huw Itltrmon ll I cured clrr his lls wife wifeTlioiiRhl 1ft 1ftThol ifeThought
Thought Thol hl I wotitil WOI try It f a l btr bottle ltle of It It Am Am tiow tiowclad niowglad OW
clad tlmt I did dht for I do d not 10t know uow what hat I Iho IhoInr ilinuM ilinuMImednaclmd Imouilhiavedoimelmit
Imednaclmd 1131 Inr < one hal it illot notbccuforDi betn for Dr llcrcci l 1ercvu1dtu 1ercvu1dtu3edicol crc Goloeu GoloeuMedical Goldeultlrt1Irt
Medical ltlrt1Irt Ulxxncry UlxxncryThe lJicomeryrlme
The sole sle motive lotlvc for substitution substtution is to topermit toprlilihe toperimmit
permit prlilihe the dealer deIoI to make lale the little Ille more moreprofit 10te 10teproft ImmoteProfit
profit proft paid by the sale of less meritorious meritoriousmedicines Ilertorous IlertorousIcticles umieritorioumsomemlicimmes
medicines Icticles He gains You oulof ouu lose There Therefore 1hcce 1hccefore llmcrcfore ¬
fore accept no substitute lu stitlte for Golden GoldenMedical Gol GoldenMedical cn cnMedical
Medical Insrovcrv InsrovcrvThe nislolcrv nislolcrvTie IiscovervTlme
The Tie 1II lni li 1 i liver ler Is made Ilatc actlvcbj actlvcbjthe aclhcbyle
the le use uf r 1ierces liercR Pleasant IJeasnt Pellets Pelletssame lelets leletslle lelletssamoa
same lle spirit by b which I1 I was written writtenThere wrlten wrltenrlore writtenrhmore
There rlore must be very 01 little lite of this spirit spiritIn
In the world worll elso 110 they the would oul see lce more morenearly morunoarly morenearly
nearly alike nllll Time Th Honk nf If Mormon Mormonhad lnrmon lnrmonhaliloni Mormonimant
had haliloni long been hetl he mm n I ntutnbUig Itulhl 1 blocktft lloctO time thoworld II timeworld Ie Ieworil
world woril He spoko of the unpopu n I Iof Iot Iof
of MoimonUm 10101Ial He le thought that If Iftho I Iftime I Ithe
the Saints would wOul1 drop 1101 a few of f their thdrdoctrines ther therdoctrlnesrewlnt theirioctrinesrevelnutilJmm
doctrines doctrlnesrewlnt ioctrinesrevelnutilJmm revelation missionary I1s810lary enter enterprises onlerlles Outeririses ¬
irises lles marriages IRrrlalOI for eternity oto otothey otothey etathey
they would wuull bo l opulur opulurHe > opuilr
He 10 wished wllhet to speak of the labor of ofthe otthe oftim
the First Council Counci of Seventy They Theyhad fhe fheluulllbort1 ilmeylmmtd
had luulllbort1 labored with wih the fr SeemmtIe > entle IU for for four fouryears toreors fouryears
years eors when lmen they tey were notified that thntthere thatthere thattimete
there were welO Seventies Soentes who wlo w WEO eru ro on 01 the thenontlthlng thenontthl1 timenommtIthhmig I
nontlthlng nontthl1 lists Istl He II read 11611 statistics AItilo to toshow tnshow mm mmsimow I
show the thl number lulber of Seventies fevontcA ho do donot 110not mb mbnot
not pay m tithing tthing The council olncl hod h bfftn bfftnworking h bPmmworking m mwok
working wok In with wih these thell mn During the thepast thoIlu theimast
past Ilu t year about fOO rOO 0O tnlsstonarlon had hadbeen hl11 hl11Iwen iiIbCn
been called calel from the Seventies flnnleOt Of this thisnumber thl titisnumber
on number missions missionsHe Ilsslons IlsslonsIe only onl five Ivc had declined declnod to t go goon Ia Iaon goorm
he the Saints Pnlnlaspent SaintsHletlt alnl98peut
He Ie Bald nld that 11 thought
spent too much money I one in mlsKlonnry mlsKlonnrywork Ilglonlr
work 1011 If I tho Gospel must mlst be h hrfncliod hrfncliodwith Ilcl d dwih
with wih mcmey I ope those tholf who stay rt itt u home homemight Iwnleought hmonheought
ought to help hell sustain Iuslaln the bunions bur nl of ofpreaching otprArhln ofpreaciming
preaching It He le read rewll a revelation rtflitQu glf glfen II giien
en to Jils JIII father Heber 1eIer C Klinball wnIUII to toshow tohow o oeimow
show tho blessings hleslnRI thnt wimp mmm from frompreaching tro tropr fromprearlmiimg
preaching pr rhll the Gospel OOlpel The TI1 Ixinl 111 e fr frfOI eimr eimrlou rM rMfor
for the families fnlll J of those tho e who Bjierjd Bjierjdtheir 1181 1181thflr slienjiltheIr
their thflr time tm In preaching plenehllR Hit I truth truthflue i iThe iTh
The Th choir sang nr time tl anthem unthemHouse unthlm unthlmUoule anthemRouse
House Uoule all al ye l mortals th thm > dawn dawnncnr l n l lnlnr s snar
ncnr narBenediction I i iHenedlctlon
Benediction Inellcton by h Elder Idp J H I Smith SmithOVIiUKIOW S SmithoI Ih 1
Held Icll In tho Assembly Allolly II4II ndl nti n ntiI2 ntiI2oclock t toclock tocloolt
oclock p iru I Sunday SU11nv April A 5 IMS 1 3 li lidera I I111em Imicra
I Il
111em dera A AO 0J2tod ° pdffmimi > urtaidiItiiilgdClnM urtaidiItiiilgdClnMfdn t il lt itsigGia itsigGiaOOn gdOln gdOlnMn
fdn of o the th TWfllVe h lve TnNiluVd TnNiluVdTho p 14itlel 14itlelIlme Hle I
Tho Iho choir and congregrtllon loo sang tile tilehymn tl tileimymn e ehn1
hymn hn1 beginning bcglnlllG beglnimingAn cOlgra sng > j jAn
An angel nnlol from on n high highTime < j I IThl
The Thl long long silence sience broke brokelraycr J JPrayer I IImycr I
Prayer Imycr wan 11 offered < falel by I ii > Elder Heer ItudfMr ItudfMrClan Hud ltudrClntwon r rCldwson
Clan Cldwson Cldwsonh ClntwonTime son sonTho
Time h cholrjang cholrjangA choIr otli i I IA IA
A holy hal angel Inol from romu on high highThe hirhThe imigiiTime
The joyful message Inessale 1ms made ladtlnown ladtlnownBiler known knownElder lcnosmuEither
Elder Biler Hen E Ulclt Hlc rpe lpeld rpeeIdentt ld nt of tbt Ihb IhbMiddle lib libMiddle
Middle Stated Slntcl mission ml slon w WAi ws 0 the first tlrstspeaker 1IIIt 1IIItsjeaker firstspeaker
speaker sjeaker He le referred rerrotu to the longing li ligathar t ttathtr tgather
gather tathtr to Xlcm IOI inhm that takes ta1t pomeMlon Ilolsoulon of ofthose otthose oftimoso
those who arrept 1llllt the Gospel ospt1 In Ir th thwothl t11 tjme tjmewotiti >
wothl WOIII although aliloulh this principle 1tnelple li I ho holommger > io 10lontr iolonfier
lonfier preached lrache1 by tho mlsslonnrlrt mlsslonnrlrtElder mllonnrll nnIssionntrlsElder
Elder Eler Itlch lch paid fall tlmt all the numbers numbersof IIllIl
of the Churth hold hol1 or have the priv privilege prlvleg prIvliege ¬
liege leg of holding holll a portion Ilorlon of the Pi Paest Paesthood 1miest 1miesthood tent tenthood
hood of Got and referred to time gieat gieatresponsibilities gle gisatresponsiblllties
responsibilities rls ulILllleJ resting rltng upon us UI The TheLatterday Jhe JheIaUerla rtmeLatterday
Latterday IaUerla Saints claim l1111 more told AI1 he hethan hethan hethan
than do to any other people on the fare fareof tare tareot ae aeof
of tho earth but they the must remember lomemberthat romembr romembrthI
that thI where much U IJ chen muoh Is II re required tequlre Yequlred ¬
quired quiredElder qulre qulredEider
Elder Eilor Hugh Ullh S Oowans Oowan president of ofthe otthe oftime
the Tooele stake xald 111 the Tooelo stake stakewas stRIewas stakevaim
was organized In 1S77 but that the thepojjjilatlon theICllaton timeioiiiiatlon
pojjjilatlon had not Increaml InereQ tllu much h ow owing 0 0Inl ovlog ¬
log Inl to the scarcity sarely of water and nn the thelack thoInck timelack
lack of resources rCoutts Time population Olulaton at atpresent atpr atpreeemmt
present pr ent Is but 3000 300 souls SOUI Tho rll increaSe Incrcasuduring Incraale IncraaledurIng increaSeduring
during the past ast iO years r was 1 but 153 153The 15 15ho IOIlm
The Ilm ho young oungIJeoJle people particularly artlcularl wore worecontinually wotecOltnuAI romecoimtlnuimhly
continually cOltnuAI moving mUlln to Canada nda ami anl nd other otherplaces Otimerplaces
places In search Bafeh of land 10 ld and nlt homes hOI
However lowevor the stake was ns In a splendid splendidcondition splendidconditlomi plenI plenIconditon
condition conditon spirituallY spiriualy The tithing tihing hud huddoubled hl1 hl1toublod haildoubled
doubled toublod sInce 1SS3 thought the popula population populaton population ¬
tion ton was about IIout the seine snnmElder IIM IIMEder seineEider
Elder Eder L I W fhurtllff lurllf president of the theWebor thpWeh timeWaFer
WaFer Weh r stake reported rcporlo that Ihft there were wereover wereover wereover
over 13000 130 souls In the Wller Weber Stake of ofKlon otZion ofAon
Zion thoU tlt tho stake takl niilcers olcers were labor laborIng laborInl labor11mg
Ing Inl In harmony hlrlon and that good condi conditions cndl cndltons condIIons ¬
Ions tons temporally temIJral nrvl 11 spiritually plrlunly pre prevailed pr pra prevalled ¬
vailed a I c Elder Shurtliff Shurtf also Iiso bore his histestimony histostI91 histest
testimony testimonyElder tostI91 test immm9ny immm9nyElder
Elder Eder David John president PrOld nt of the theUtah theUtah timeUtah
Utah Stake of Zion represented that thatstake thntItakt thatstake
stake Itakt as lS being In a I similar Mlnlnr condition con < ltol to totho totho tothe
tho Weber stake Nearly all al the people ucuplewere peoplewere cpl cplwert
were wert paying polnl an honest tithing tithingElder llhlng llhlngmder itimingElder
Elder Frank J 1 Hrainwollof IrolIIr the Unbn UnbnStake tJnhnStoke UninStake
Stake of Zion Ion located orAt fn r Oregon OrlKon said saidthe lai1 lai1the aiithe
the Union stake had grawn IrJwn ravn rapidly rapidlysince rldly rldlysince rapldiysince
since Its Is organization ornlzlon about 19 month monthago 10nlh 10nlhago monthsago
ago During the ycanlDO nar10 the popula population 1llluln 1lllulntlon P0imuIatIon ¬
tion had hat Increased Incru t iOJO i which exceed exceedod oXel
od 01 the Increase of any other stake tak of ofIon ofZ ofElder ofZion
Z Zion ZionEider Ion IonElder
Elder Don C Drlggs DrIggsprcsident president of time thsTston th thTeton timeTetomm
Tston stake tRkf reported rpporte favorable toomble condi conditions conditions oudltons ¬
tions tons In that stake stakeHlitrrs stakeSisters takeRllterB
Sisters Maggie Ialle Hull Hul and Maria n nWlndtr nWlnller IlWinder
Winder favored taord the congregation congregton with witha wih wihn
a duet ductPresident duet1Nldpnt
President 1Nldpnt John M r Hnxter of the theWoodruff theWoodrut timeWoodruff
Woodruff Woodrut stake tak President Preslent Ephralm Rphllm II IIKyo I iiNyo
Kyo of the Southern states atatOt mission 118810n and andPresident Ild IldPr andPreSident
President Pr ld < nt Jo J0JII Joseph ph K J Itoblnson IOblnson of the theCalifornia thecAltorla timeCalifornia
California cAltorla mission 11lon KiUe encouraging encouragingand encolm lng lngalll
and alll Interfiling InteTlhfg reports reportsThe reportsThe reportslime
The choir imnif psn Inl the anthm anthe 0 How HowAmiable 10w 10wAmlablt huntAmiable
Amiable and anlilhe the benediction
Amlablt bnoleton was I pro pronounced pr pronounced ¬
nounced nounct by ly Elder mdlr Hyrum lyrum M I Smith SmithAT Smih SmihAT SmIthAT
AT TIIH Tl TAWIUXACU TAWIUXACUAfternoon rllm rAlIIltACLtftcrnnoii IC IClcrnool
Afternoon lcrnool Session SessionSunday SIlon SIlonSundor HessianSunday
Sunday 2 p m mTo mTho Tho choir w Mng ng the theanthem thanthem th thanthem
anthem In Our lledecmerg Jedeclers Nome NomeThe NomeThe NumeTime
The opening oPnlnA prayer pryor was offered oterl by byKldtfr Ir IrJ byhider
hider J ldtr John Nicholson NicholsonThe Nlcllln NlclllnThe NicholsonT1e
The choir < Mm ng the anthem God Oo of ofIsrael ofIlmel ofIsrael
Israel Ilmel Hear Iel our Prayirs PrayirsBLDEH Imr ImrRIIU PrnyurslI4Dl3lt
o i9 the first seven 8en presidents pr lltnts of Sev Seventy Sevenly Sewrely ¬
rely addr alJrl addressed M sfl < l the conference onlctnce He Heticlred 11 liedesired
desired the prayers of the 6ainui that tlmtthr tlR thatthe I IIhe
r < lrf pAl
the Lord IJ > l might mllht bl bless sa him hll In his 111 pffcrt pffcrtto etCTt etCTtto
to address dd1I the congregation cnognton W f be believe Ii ishleve ¬
lieve le the Bible so IO far mit as 8 correctly correctlytranslated crtl crtltonslat correetlytranelatitd
translated tonslat to he the word on of Cod CodrUo CrJ Godalso
also fbo that the Book nkor ot Mormon I the thotvord theWtrt
tvord 111 of the Lord Ln The people of th thworld thorld thnrld
world orld find fnd fault faul with wih the qualification qualificationIn rlualknln rlualknlnIn
In lelatlon telalon to ho Ih Ulblc lble In refcren refcrento Tfpre Tfpreto
to It it we h hnld ld that holy nn IIn win n tf r oM oMiri crILiki 01 01Ie
iri Liki > k Ie M 1 ft they the here er ere moved upon Ulon by II th thHoly thItaly
Holy 11 Ghost Oh0t and we accept lce t ttrose t SC words WO I
IP p tho mind tlll of God 00 Wo also alo accept accopin nC1111of
n of the Ih living 1111 oracles ore IIs which we have havevith hnnJh Immiveltim
vith Jh ltim us U We WI have IInc heard their Instruc Instructions InstlI iniltiuctlns ¬
tions trne since Ilnee tho opening of this tIil confer conferirc CltI CltIIIWI comifem0CC
irc IIWI 0CC < > and alil linow Imol that they are Iro the themtlt 1 1Iltt Istilt <
stilt Iltt of if t divine dllno Inspiration In plnton The hoad o < t tti 1 1t
ti t 1 n Church has lmmm given iel us Ui counsel that thatMmuld Ihnlhnull thinsimommid
Mmuld hnull be Ie obeyed Obfll In II this way wo O arc arcnuldtd al al1lld aigtkted
nuldtd 1lld In the ways of the Lord Th Thmagnificent TbflmtmtmIikemm fhrnllkelt
magnificent rnllkelt I spectacle spetacle we W now bohoi bohoit bho bhohowl belmoihmows
t hows howl that the Saints Snlntf are anxious IIXluUI to tolnttr1 to1lr tohttam
lnttr1 1lr tho word worl of God Go and net upon Illon It ItNone It itNow
None should sholll Incur Ilour Indebtedness Imlohtlnesl whi whii whll1 whtccks
i locks l1 rk spiritual 1llltllllnll nml temporal tOlporalllogrlt progress progressLttcis imrogrseitters
Lttcis rtt11 nrv Irt sent fnt to Seventies Slventel Out It Itmight I Itlmitvimt
might tl ht l II 10 > 4 nuiwtnlnod o tRlnod It their circum circumstances cllcum cllcumptall clreunmPtammces ¬
stances ptall S arc Mian 11111 nn to admit of thcis thcisftoliiK tlI tlmIrgoimig
ftoliiK Rnllg on 01 inlsilons IlhlIS to tt preach the K KIH KOS gositi < >
IH Soim Sonl > of thorn tlll have hlv replied rpltllby by den denrihlng les lesfiling 15 15rihirmg
filing rihlng tlMr affairs allowing Ihowlna that tllt they theywiic theynts
wiic nts 11 flinuclally 1lllclll flia mmclmmily cmbnrrn onmnharrssstmd lbnrl1ISod sod but butnotwithstanding lut lut1Iwlh buttiot
notwithstanding 1Iwlh tiot witheta tnlllng ndlmmg this they tley wore per perfectly Irrl perwihlimmg ¬
fectly rl < l willing wilng to go Into the missionary Illslonary
H If tirn rd It wanted WIlhd Suoh cases Clo chow ho that thatldebU thll thll11 timatidebtcdneu
ldebU idebtcdneu > dn M In 11 frequently trIUIt > u I hindrance hindrancet hlnrale hlnraletl
t tl tn > spiritual pJlrllal growth The lh speaker bore Iwrowliiesa oro oroIneN boreyimmess
wliiesa to the Iht truth of the Gospel GIel srel as asrvialcd a ast
rvialcd t sled through Ihrulh tho th Prophet lrophet Josepl JoseplSmith JOlephllh JosepimSimmlth
Smith llh llhJ
p wldent pr < hlent of tho Ihl Jordan JordalHtakl JnrtlaIm8tak Htaku was 8 tn tnnext thl time timenext
next 11xi speaker 11111 This 111s thi1 stake ho s Ild said ld lied 111
b beemm n 1 organized urllzt only olly a little ltte more 10rl thun thunthree Ihll tushthree
three tm y years ff rs t covers CUf un In area a1 of ofRniiit ot1I0lt ofh1it
Rniiit 450 < t nillei 13
1I0lt square mi having hving wards wardsAll wlrl wardsAll
All Al the organisations orJllllo1s In n the stako Itnkl ant antmrcldnl or or1pldft1 nmsnreldel
mrcldnl 1pldft1 over Ofl by b men 11 and women WOl11 who wholy mnhcmlhy
ly 1 their tithing Ilhln and Ril keep lOp the Word 01 of oflnlom o atIdommi
lnlom Ir < ol Kidet 11lr Ooft a Mill gil tlmt tlnt IK 11 was wasmoisted WI weemmsFlstvd
moisted 111lsltd hy men of God 001 they 1y were werenrxlous wet werefliXious
nrxlous Oxloul to do It all ol tho good In il their theirpiwcr thllr thllrlIr tiucirimier
piwcr lIr Theie ate ninny 11 people Ilcopl In II time thnUke thf timetmi
Ital1 Uke tmi who wll HIP too aged sel to Itl kttenl tten n1 l the themeetings thrInlelll timemneetlmmgs
meetings Inlelll hence henel the stake ollleers oleel have havelovldwl hRVf heeIiovjIeti
lovldwl lodel that meetings letn1 may IAY be li lii held
In private prlato houses lie le testinod t IJo1 that the thetn timetoptl
tn 1 Iptl pel is I true titteELDER truemmD titlelI1l3it
ELDER mmD C II I HAK1C9 HAK1C9President HAlmaprlsldelt h1Al1fi1pruskiemut
President prlsldelt of the Marlropn MarIcop Stake 8tlIIe next nextaddressed nextaddreaeel
addressed drelell the conference con11nco He I hud IIII been beenn huol
In n this tll stake 8tlI18 for twentytwo t years ear It ItH I
Is H situated IIUltl1 in Arizona and alli Is II among
the smallest ItlI1At In the tlO Church Tho people peoplenrt
are > on the whole a faithful Calhful band of lt
Saints Salll mini RIII endeavor e III 01 to live 1s peacefully Ileneetul
with wih ItIm thdr tair nelehbors n81hbors The lhe ixirt of ofcountry otcuntr ofeoilmmtry
country cuntr in which this atako 8tlll8 la t sltimtod sltimtodm
m 11 very fertile fertle and 0111 the prospects IrsPt ts uro urovery uroVel orevery
very Vel favorable Wheat
flvorable Whel Is planted In II
November Noelbel and Rnt Dccombor elubor and In reaped reapedIn
In May ay nfter Cfel which corn tor may lay be phuit phuitixl Ilhlt IlhltII
ixl ana will yield an abundant
II Illl wi Itld Ihundnnt crop crOlllhlMl
I lhlMl hose iiosslbllltleu JIOllblllel however lIra real reallied reci reciIzed mealIzeti
lied only when water atel Is II plentiful pleltul Ho Hoconcluded Hocondudl liecommeltmdeil
concluded by b nuking atldlg Gods blessings bluullgs on onthe ontime
the 11 people peopleFour pPollle1our people1our
1our members Ilm rl of the choir sang slngAd
Lead Kindly ICI111y Light LightELDEIt Ilrh LightEIDFjt t tEIDFI
president preldllt of the Morgan Morlll Stake was tho thonext thonext timonext
next speaker HH lt was B 01 pleased pJel to re repurt reo reoputl reitmtt
purt this thl district It Il Is small slalhul but com composed cm cmoltl cotimpogml ¬
posed or n i Iloile People ojile who ale trying to toserve tolelVe tosemvo
serve the Lord Toll The It prctldency Ilmllney are areunited 110 110un aremmmmited
united un led The flnanclnl Inandal comlltlon cOl1IoI IH IHgood ing9it
good Qo and III the tl Saints appreciate uIIrecllte their theirhomes thaiI timolrhmoines
homes hOlll All Al the th organizations I1unIEutonl are al com complete COl coinlusts
lusts 1111 and doing lolnl 1 mm good ood woik amonif amonifthe AmOlt
the yrung yrunl pooUe 11111 l ° P1e Ha 1 bore bor hit hi testi testimony tel teittmommy ¬
mommy to the I truth Irnll of the Gospel GospelEIDDll OOReiEtDm GosimelE1DI1t
EIDDll EtDm 1 S PAGE O Jll Jllnf Jl 311prsldeimt
1 prsldeimt lltcnl of the Nebo Nelo Stake wag wagupon 1f nasftih4t
IRIHI ftih4t upon upln to report his district Tho lholrl 1im 1im1riethoomi
Prl lrl 1riethoomi thoid In his stake wore WOIE engaged engagedIn enrael
In 11 iirenchlne Ilrcchln8 the Gospel 001141 and endeavor endeavorIng
Ing to II have ha Vt the Jlfople > ople appreciate Apprclato the thetruths thetruthl timetruths
truths truthl revealed Ipe led to the Prophet lrphot Joseph JosephThe JOIIIhTh JoseidmThe
The Th young YOUII man Ifn are al carefully sretul looked nf nfter aftel attom ¬
tel so that they could coull not In after afteryours ater ateryeorl afteryears
yours have lave It I to my lY that they had hal been beenneglorted heenntllected beenngircted
neglorted ntllected The Th Tiimmajority majority majoriy of t the i people IJopleare peopleare > opJe opJeare
are trying to do 10 their duty In the theChurch th thChurch timeChurclm
Church The Thl ofllcer ofaer of the nuxlllary nuxlllaryorganizations auxiliaryorgammlzatlomme uI IY IYor8nlznlon
organizations or8nlznlon are Iro seeking to establish establishfaith Ilallh Ilallhtalh eatablicimfaltim
faith talh ami IlHI humility hlmllt The Ihe lellglon relglun class classhad clipsimi1 lalA lalAhad
had not been b tn IO so o successful as I It might mighthae mlhthAve nmlgimthave
hAve bfen i en owing to inch of attention attentionhnt ntentDI
but Ilt the tl Pilestliool 1rl8lthoo1 werre we beginning beglnnlnl to tolearn tolear toiearmm
learn lear Its I mission mlslol
ELDEH BDm JOSEPH M 1 TAKNEU TAKNEUnuperlntcndimt TANNEI TANNEIlup TANNiItSuperlotendulit
nuperlntcndimt lup rtntenl11t of Church Churh schools aoo II wa wanext WAPnlt vmtnm vmtnmnext
next nlt Called llCd Upon Tlure rlWre are le in all 11 maii0 maii0ttm4eimm1es 20 20noademleo 2
whlili tliiir tliiirWcra tONer
noademleo IQemlel and college coleges In lm im imvmre
Wcra er studying tllylnr more than 5000 OO 0Oi young youngniijn yommngwon oun
won 1111 and women wOlen He le had hat been ben pleased pleasedto IllenM
to listen tsn to I the remarks nf IleeliUnt IleeliUntSnlh lIllent lIllentSffllhrtunlnl l >
Snlh Sffllhrtunlnl regarding education llucRton Manual Manualtrnlnlng 111nunl 111nunltrtlnlng Iamuuaitrhntng
trnlnlng trtlnlng is II being bIni introduced InltluCel Into the theschools thp timSaClmoois
schools 80110011 here 1rl and n < l ulMwhfte cM I he It mtr mtrboys IU liurboyb
boys bo1lre are permitted tlfmltet during the summer summermonths slmmer slmmer10lths sumninernmommtims
months 10lths to remain reman Idle lilI whereas whrll If Ifthere I Ifthere
there thI were Itrt Industrial Inlnstrlal schools Ilools this time timemight thIl timimemrmlgimt
might mlhl be le Hxnt In learning trades tradesSome trdB trailsSommie
Some time i IU mmgu President Irelllent Smith ap appointed n nlWlnted mtpPinih ¬
pointed tte a rommlttpe 101tl to nee Mie whnt what whatcould whatcouldbe > could couldtxi
txi 0 done one to establish eJtlblah an Industrial Industrialschool tnllstl111 tnllstl111Jh innlpstilalicimuci
school Jh l This 1hlJ committee 1lllltee him found foun that thatmore thatmo timetnmore
more mo than thRI eight millions mllon are 11hl pttid ftid to totradesmen loIrdNlmtn tomnidepinsum
tradesmen IrdNlmtn Th young oun men should lm lmtrained 11 betrained
trained to 110 skilled akllPllohor labor The Te I pnrents pnrentslre ltnrentstire rents rentsare
are lre too eager ellll to have hle their sons lns Income Incomebookkeepers I ieomnebookkeepers m mbookkel
bookkeepers bookkel rl Yeais leIM holmes there will willbe wi willbe
be a demand dOlln for tklllefl Ikl labor lalor that that can cannot on onnot oniinot ¬
not be supplied suppliedHe IUIIIlo
He 1 lkl wmoke > oke of otlhe the craze lfle for what IB IBtended I Iterlhw Isterthetl
tended culture uIUI and related an anecdote anecdoteIllustrative In anecdoteIllustrative dote dotelu
Illustrative lu trRtle of o the tinptlncwi lptneN of thin thinterm thll tlmimtterm
term ns ni commonly cOllonly used 1SI What wo wowant WQwint nsoWilmt
want wint Is education dueatol that will wi train tIme thohand Ihohand tImeImnod
hand as well WEl as the brain brin In tho oust oasteverywhere Olit OliteVlrwhere oustuvorWimere
everywhere eVlrwhere technical schools nro nrofounded nrofounde arefoutmileel
founded He exported he said to 0 B B see seetime e ethe
the founde time when hen Ixflec our ou ilch rl < h men len hoiS Ilol imoi will willfound wi vIhlfound
found tml scluirls lwdl where our boys 10s and girls girlscan girlscall Irls Irlscnn
learn trades He referred referredto C Cto
can lear tnule1 10 Iturred Iturredto
to bin recent r cent trip to some someof Iome Iomeof someor
of the eastern states atatel and nndCanada anl1Cnnndn andCanada
Canada tl where he examined cXlmlnf tho schools schoolsof c lols lolsot
of Industry Indultr U I Is I only a question quston of oftlmo ottmo oftimo
school will be estab established estmmbilslmed ¬
tlmo tmo until unt these thol lelol wi KIlb KIlbIlhe
lished Ilhe as a part of our Church school Ic ool
education Many young men 10n go o Into Intostorofl IL ILstorO intostares
stares storO and the thcthoolroom schoolroom when they theyhave theyhavo theyimave
have great Invuntlve talent Tho men menand mmmermand en enBnl
and women trtat of Utah ltRh must Inu t bo taught taughthow tnughthow tnugtmtimow
Bnl how to Improve their opportunities ollilorlunlte In Inthe Inthe intIme
the line of industry industryHe Intultr IntultrIl
He Il lne spoke of the thl bulletins bulletns of the Agri Agricultural Arrl Arrlcu1ul1 Agriciiituiiml ¬
cultural cu1ul1 college olegl by Ir John Joll Wldtsoo WldtsooHe Wlltlop
He declared leulnrOI that these bulletins buil tns had hadcontributed hndcnlrlbuted lmadcoimtributed
contributed le cnlrlbuted to the th Improvement hnlrOerent of all allclnmes 11 nilclasses
classes clas s of Industrial labor both bth here herennd heteonl herenod
nod elsewhere for they Mere e the thl high highest hlhcst bightest
onl est authority In the land In the sub subjects lul pubjeets
jets on which they treat treatHe tret tretle treatlie
He le was Wil Vat pleated to t nOte notl the fact at that thatPresident thatIJrolldent thmatlresldent
President IJrolldent Smith tmlh and qn < the U general neral board boardof
of education eucation wbrl 6re re taking taklnl so active actve an anInterest al aninterest
Interest Intert In the education eucton of our youth youthELDEH youthELDm youthELD1it
nf the quorum of the Twelve Twelvl next nd nddrMed ndIrHO addreesed
drMed IrHO tho conference clnterenc He quoted quot the theold theold theoh
old eying Alnl that cleanliness cle1Inls Is II next to toOodlinefs toOolnep8 toGodliners
Oodlinefs Oolnep8 He le might speak lpak of cleanli cleanliness cleanl cieanhiflees ¬
ness nl of the rnlnd rlnd of the body bod of the thehome IhehOle theboom
home hOle and Inll of the town None could couldcompute couldrmluto couldcompute
the of this sub subject simbject ¬
compute rmluto thf importance ltJrlanlP o luh luhJet
ject Jet He Il hoped that the hi presidents pclldent8 of ofKtokes otktCI oflitiukeni
Ktokes ktCI nnd the theHIholls IH Ulehops hoi > s of the ward wardwould wrll nvsrdWOUid
would ull go from trm this conference eOlfenmce And M Mwhat h ses seswhat
what might tlht Ia be lJ done to keep this tlR sub subject IUl eubsect ¬
sect cct before IXtorc tho mlmls mlll of tho people He Herqluted le letQllte lieeumtted
rqluted an al Incident umcemlng fonllrn Presi President Preeliont Vrealheat ¬
dent iont HrlRham lrlRham bung Tlng who would w not notMop nottop notstop
Mop top to preach preatln iti n 1 cerUln trtln settlement settlementbecause setement settlementtiecause I
because becuse of the unclean tnteln appearance Pllmnce of ofthe otIhe ofthe
the town townOne toI townOne
One of the greatest rltClt sins Ilnl nnd evil eI Is Isthat IAthnt Isthat
that there nr nrq so o mapr wJuly wilfully chIld chlMICSM chll chlllesN chIldicfsni
ICSM wires 1C8 niul Ih1 another anlher U Ithft that there thereare thel thereare
are to many man lazy In men who will wi not notprovide 101 101rlfovI notProvide
provide rlfovI for their wlvog lvWe Wo wonder wondersometimes wonlr wonlrOhtme wonderrnhotImea
sometimes why there are no man manarunlrls
Ohtme hI tbpre ar P many manyscoundrels manyscoundrels
scoundrels arunlrls In n the Ihl th world 011 who prey PIY upon uponthe UIKnthe uponthe
the race mo < nm of the It ttu OBUM U of o this thll Is Istlmt I It iilimit
limit t t co 0 many man < hlldren hlhlrn rfre bnviftht ntllt Into Intothe InloIho Intothe
the world with wlh Unwilling nwlnl father fatheN snd sndmothers 11mothors mu mumothora
mothers I It t the children chidrn come e Into Ih Ihorll nhWorjd h hworld >
world orll stirrnunrted sUrunll wih with love ThU I 18 th thgreatest thfrltest tho thogreatest
greatest frltest lw given Ilv to t us U5 We WI > should shouldshow Ioulll Ioulllhow Ioullthaw
show to the world wold that tlat we tov IVe our 011 chil children Chl ehlldren ¬
dren He U was thankful that thlt this thll nation nationhad ntin ntinhad nitlonhail
had ns a I preld preslmleflt nlln rft a roan mn who ho believed believedIn
In a large Inrl family tamly who believed belovl In bring bringing hrlnl bringlog ¬
ing up II a family fRmly of children chidren whom whomcan hecan he hecan
can train up u Americans m tIAJ If I men and sndwomen andwomen andwomen
women do not want ant children ohIIn they theyshould thl theysimouiml
should thoui not marry mary lit lt had enjoyed enJIe the theconference Iheconfeence theconference
conference confeence HP Hp hntl h II litn te n plus piud d that thatthe tblt tblttho thatthe
the subject of Industrial ichools hud hudbeen hOltCn 1usdteetm
been s spoken > ken co much of Ha had teen teend e n
4 necessity e slty for these schoult We 1 need needmen n nlIn miredamen
men thnt life skilful In their linen If Ifht Ith IfIm
ht h remarked any ny oar shinild hnll l iilvfrtii iilvfrtiifor flvlrtlfor mdvertlsfor
for laborers IIlI1 rel1l at the un amen ll fltrU I r of Ji Jia 1 E Ett
a day lIa plenty wotild hpply but It oni onimen onlmen Oflivmen
men rfli rallo > blo of ofdotn dOing JIII1Jd kil < l work rk rkfa n >
fa 3 a Ada day should b be advertised dv rlled for 11
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lJlJ find It is a regular line but the quantity which we offer offerfor offerfor
0 for this sale was nearly a pickup The price at which we offer it itseems J i iseems
seems also absurd considering the quality qualityAW of
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douhlo rufilo and wide dust nifile uuderniKth It In I trjmmd with withBflteon wllho o r
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WALlING WAf KINO AND ND DImes SUITSSIndo SUlrS lnllo of cheviots and maims matiBBUltlnf 0 l I Isuiting
suiting 8U It It 11 ThoJo are trlmmod with Tuffotu strappltiB round tho thocollars 0 o c i g it itcollars t tcolinII f
collars nntl front of Jacket All sizes ami loading colors of tIme thuHOYS tImeC 2 0 dJ
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blu blue IICI cheviot CI I tiaI also light I I and II medium I I I I I colored I r psrcnlw 1 e lOUr to I 12 12years 3 G II i S Syours
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length lOll tli pique finish In tho th following colors Oxfordi block groyW groyWwhite gray 0 0wbne 0whIte 3
white wbne Innnnil Inllllnlll11ode html smnml mode AllHlzeu All SIzes from f i to 7 7COHSAC1H Lt o oo J
o COHSAC1H HOUQUBT T TOILKT BOAIIn fftriny box boxes n This ThisIs
Is the BO BOII wo o gave away a u nl nouvenlrs but thin IH of large size Tlth5JQ It ItIs 0 I 0 0Is
Is tho best made mnmad We are or making II t lender of It 3 cakw cak in a boxt boxtFANCY box LjO LjOFANm o oPANt
FANCY TOILET KOAIIn the following variety of perfumes perfumesra
D ra y France e row pamlon heliotrope e le Jockey k club nnd violet 1 I t In nr nrmourlta n i immmourita
mourlta o r7 Coins In I fancy boxes Ten le e crts rrt < rU a cake or a box x of t 3 C
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few ew would apply This condition ought oughtnot oUhtnot
not to be Ho believed that we were on ontlic ontill ontime
till HTRi ell of a stendy growth gniwthMrs
Mrs M 1 r re llzzle Thomas Edward l and ntl the therholril thorholnl thecimolni
rholril wing the anthem When Thou Thouutittft ThouCmjhtieit fhouelJlI
utittft elJlI lt to the Judgment Judgmentlienedlcllon JudlIIontBenediction Judgmenthiermedlction
Benediction by h Elder I ldur Moroni W Her Herrill Mernil Ierrill
The Simiulhmvliui Meeting MeetingA icot lug lugA
A largely attended Scandinavian Scandinavianmc Scanlllnaviantnettlng ScandInavianmeeting
mc meeting tlng was held hplliln In the th Assembly Hall Halllrnm lIal1Immedilltel 11011Innmnediately
lrnm Immedilltel lately after thu afternoon ser services seriees I IIces ¬
vices In the Tab Tabernacle rnnclp The AfiMmbly AfiMmblyHall IOlOmIJI IOlOmIJIlIall saemblyhail
Hall was well filled ml 1 both on the tloor tloorand tloornnll tlournod
and In the gnllcrlet Ia II orl 11II The speakers were wereKillers WHORilleIll swereElders
Killers Andrew Jonson C Hhiiistroii HhiiistroiiU
U Andrrsen N O Mljeniulst t und undPresident al1llPrOlllllent mndIrealdont
President Anthon II Lund One of the thechief thlchle thechIef
chief featured of the meeting WAS 1111 the thionnounceinent tl1Iannouncement thesnnouncemnexmt >
announcement by lresldent Iund that thntthe Ihatthl thattime
the Saint would b be cfllled upon to xm Intribute eontribute < xmtribute
tribute for the erection of a suitable suitablenilMlnn tultableInlllllon suitabletmiisslon
nilMlnn house In Stockholm fiB soon as asMtlifnrtory nsIIlItlsfltClory musatisfactory
satisfactory airangemvnti alronelJ1 nlli are mimic mll1wllh mimicwIth iniulewith
with regard to the building site that tlmth IhAth81 thathas
has h b blen en bought for that purjKiite Jurl e by bynno lJyonl byOC
nno OC ot < > f the members of the Church In Inth Intilt Intime
th tilt Swedish capital capitalUELJU10NtiLiSS C11111111ImfJiUlON cillittttiItEIAUION
UELJU10NtiLiSS ImfJiUlON lJJISS WORK WOUKImiiurtant WOHKIm1tortalll WORKIlomportant
Imiiurtant Mrellup 3teetlimgifoltl Held III llarralt llarraltHall BarrattHall liarrattBall
Hall Saturday H turtlu Allcrnooii AllcrnooiiA
A meeting of religion chwi cla ofllcers ofllcersHM
wu held In Horratt hall on Saturday SaturdayApril Saturd8YApril SaturdayApril
April 4 nt it 4S IO p IIm m Supt Anthon AnthonH
H Iund presiding vr ldlnC flinging by He HeIlglon HE1Is101t lieliglon
Ilglon clnsn of KorMt Dale Irny Prayer Prayerwas r rwag
wag 1111 offered by b Kld Wdr r Joe W V UcMur UcMurrln lclurrln
rln The roll call showed It members membersif
lit C if the gensral J nral board 10 pretldenlt of ofUkt oflakt ofstakeS
stakeS Ukt 10 counselors three th repres represents representstlnl nta ntattvei
ttvei and IS stBkw st Int superlntendenta of oflUllglon otnelll10n ofReligion
Religion cliutttt prt plfynl plfynltiupt lmrefltSupt > Mnt MntSupt
Supt JoMph M 1 Tanner offer offered d some someil somepenlng me mefnlng
il fnlng nlnc tvmarks In n which hf referred rcffttmlto
to tli the lUllgten elites cl NI work In the train trainIng tmlnIng trainIng
Ing of the children Utlmony tlmon beating beatingholding 1ICAIInhol41ng bearingholdIng
holding ReligIon clNMffl elll 1I it th the do close > e of ofih urIhe ofthe
ih the district schools holding In r rever revernee ievermlice v r rtnce
nee our letvdan lead and blogmphlee of ofhi orhl ofthe
the hi great men m n of to todAy < Jy In proftrenee proftreneet
t > > men of ancient dAY ilarTh dAYhn daysThin
Th Thin hn < n followed a < laas u < > exercise In the thexix theIx
xix Ix tip by 1J the th Primary grade of For Fort
t hair ialr > iJraultc M teke Ii ke I in tlmrge of ofi ofimp
i ii imp 1 nmprlfnl in intru tru or ormarks 1111ttnnrks ir5ltmaarke
ttnnrks marks wire mad by Supt HuJcer Hu ler <
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1 nro the factors ill buying blill a at itIc
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f ii Weve Ve styles enough euoll h hero heroto hcroto heroL
L to please everybody orclJ Olly Shapes Shapesto I
to suit nil faces facesTlio
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R J pjda U of course is governed by bytho I II j
f 1 i tho price priceOur f
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j Are A 10 of equal quality to toS2OO I f fr fr82UO
200 and 8300 ones in other othmllll1ccs places placesAt fj J o ot
t At 1 Iicso prices we show nil styles anil 111111111 all thc newest colors colorsJf t
ti If you 011 wnnt lIul a clitapor ow Ohl or a higherpriced ono they theynro tho tIleVaio 1 TEar
nro hero in great 1Cl1t variety vaiiet too tooWeve tooVet3 ti tiH I
H Weve hats for men from 8100 100 to 5 SOO SOOFor 500 500For OO ti
t For boys at 5Ue i Uc 7i 7iic > c 100 and 8150 150 150And J li 11 I IAiid
i And tliegrcatest thJ Ioatcst line of caps ca coi ever shown even here hererw ilereONE J I It
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Olowson nn n the duties of president C lflIlll > nt of ofstakes ofstakes
stakes nail Bishops of wants with re rel ro5ICt
5ICt > l > ert to Hellglon classes Cloning re remarks iamarks ¬
marks by Sui SuIPt Anthon H Lund LundSecretary LundSourtan
Secretary U I John Nuttall requested requestedthe
the stake ftuperiritendents to call on oniilm onhim
him for stake and ward blanks and In Inmotions Instrutions
motions on Ktllglrm < laps work work5iii workSlitflg
Slitflg 5iii tie Irilw God frum Wiiuiu lnt < ill illlcMinKS 11 11blisslngs
lcMinKS > flow Benodli lion by El Elder Elder ¬
der John II Evans
Jonltor Service House Cleaning CleaningChimney CiecmnIn CiecmnInChlmrmoy
Chimney Furnnco rurnncocloniilng donning donningThe I IThe
The National Cleaning Co i Hi I
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