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Notes from the Millennial Star Oct
Dblilct Mettlns
c Two district meetings were held In the
Leeds branch of tlio Leeds conference
on Sunday Hopt 30 1006 President Jo
seph A 1 nand live of tho triivolliiR
ciders were In attendance Theta was a
good Attendance of 8nlntn and InvMtl
saatore at ach iiueltnp President Fife
nnd tho olden mpurtcd much good In
i struction to those present and explained
the principle of the sospei In u very
ublo and Intelligent manner
fk The following missionaries arrived at
l Liverpool Oct G 1905 per US Arabic
For Great HrltftltiCarl K Krlckecn
i Julian M Thomas August W Lund
i Wllford J Hurt Oliver H Ostlor Wil
liam II Russell David II Clayton Jr
Jesse U Sharp Suit Jake City Lo Itoy
Dixon Provo T Edgar Heard Coal I
vlllo Charles A Hperry Hniold Hulme
Park City John CI llunnell Kurekn I
Samuel Webster Mountain View Cnn
ado For fwcdenNellll P Swonson
Kalt Iako City For Switzerland and
Ocrmany Wnllaco A Mired Icwlston
Tin elders who arrived fur tho Urlt
him mission Oct 6 1003 arc appointed to
labor In tho following conference Carl
Elrlcksen Leeds to Roy Dixon lilr
Jitltijhain August W Lund Jesse 11
Hhnrp Newcnatlu T Edgar Heard
Hbnflleld CharleH A Spciry Harold
Huhne London John fl Ilunnell Wit
ford J Hurt William H Uus ell Scot
Hill Samuel Webster Oliver 11 Ostler
Nottingham Julian M Thomas David
iNo Clayton Jr Manchester
Iteport Iroiu South Africa
Elder U A Badger wrltlnh from
South Africa Hays This month Sep
timber has been a splendid one fop us
Wu havo had Eldeis Peterson and Foul
gr down from Port Elizabeth AYe held
43 spirited meetings here at Wood
ntock wo are holding tour cottage meet
ings each week and many people ao
deeply lntercnted In the Gospel I re
joice In the spirit of lovu nnd unity
vMch exists Among the brethren All
the mlBHlonarles are well and are work
ing very energetically In August we
tnptlzod two converts nnd there arc
many people who are earnestly Inves
tleutlng the gospel
r lIapllwnc
A baptismal service was held In the
Public Baths in Hyde Manchester con
ference Tuesday evening Oct 2 1906
when nine persons were Initiated Into
tho Church Elders George T lleesley
and George R Swalnston oflklatcd A
goodly number of spectators assembled
to witness the ceremony and to these
Eider Ambrose Hlblxrt explained tho
ordinance of bnptlstn Those present
appeared to ho favorably Impressed
with the service
Elders George M Howell and David
Pmlth Jr writing from Portsmouth un
der elate of Oct 2 1SOC say We wish
to Inform you that VB hMo had tho
pleasure of loading two more honest
souls Into tho waters of baptism Tho
ordinance was performed on Sunday
Sept 30 1300 In Portsmouth harbor The
work of the Lord Is progressing In thN
part of Ills vineyard Between 30 and
40 persons attend our Sunday evening
services and our cottage meetings dur
InG tho week are also well attended
The semiannual Jxmdon conference
ttus held on Sunday Oct 6 1006 In the
Flnsbury Town hall There were In at
tendance Preuldent Heber J Grant of
tho European mllt lon littler James
Robert Prlco of the Liverpool otllco
President Silica L Jones and 2S travel
n elders of the London conference
Tho conference wan opened 1030 a
m by President JOIICH welcoming those
present and presenting the general uu
thorltles of the Church the presidents
of mission and conference anti traveling
ciders nil of whom w unrnlmously
sustained Tho clerk then read the sta
tistical report of tho conference Hhort
nddresses on time gospel were then de
livered by the following ciders each of
whom bore strong testimonies to Its
divinity A W Stephen Jr D W
James Jr and Earl A Stratford after
which a trio was sung by Elders Scare
Hnnicn and Cummings
President Orant occupied limo remain
der of the time In an exhortation to the
mints present to obnervo every law of
the gospel It they wished to he In har
mony with the latterday work point
ing out tho Inconsistency of our expect
ing tho blesslngi wo failed to be obe
dient to principles
At the afternoon meeting ti tow
ing elders addressed flu criembly
leorjjo M llowell Eugene Gray O J
s Bntcman nnd J Robert Price
President Grant spoke ut some length
on tho statue of the Latterday Saints
In Utuh In comparlHOn with communl
lion of other states as shown by the
United States census Tho only way to
prove Mormonlsm Is to make a care
ful study of Us teachings and ask God
t to bless tho effort President Orant
demonstrated In a matt forceful mnn
ner tho utter Inconsistency of the stories
e In circulation relative to our people
During tho afternoon session Sister
lUhol Pondry and Mr Charles Trcur
tendered solo
Al the evening session President
lilies U Jones Elders Joseph F Hun
sea and Frank D Cummings addressed
the meeting lifter which President
Grant set forth In a most convincing
manner the belief of the latterday
bilritx calling attention to the various
S I RlfU of tho gospel which wero In tho
I rhurcli and which had been enjoyed and
which were being enjoyed by the salntj
of God today 116 related many Inci
dents In proof of same
During tho evening a solo was ren
dared by Sister Graco Tout and n quar
3 t t by Elder Gray Scare Jarvls nnd
e Hoopes
The attendance at both afternoon and
evening sessions was very gratifying
quite a number of strangers being Inter
ested listeners Refreshments wero
nrvcd between the afternoon and eve
ning meetings and a general good time
I was Indulged In
Pnoldcnt Grunt mot with tho ciders
In council meeting on Monday Oct 8
ItW when n rich outpouring of the
pint was enjoyed Ha gave unnio time
ly counsel and each nt the ciders pres
ent expressed himself regarding la
4 Ur nnd tho earnest desire imp fad to
magnify his calling
Clerk of Conference
Millennial Star
Thn quarterly conference ot the
San Jua1 stake of Zion was hold at
he amusement hall In Moab Oct 13
Far Infants and Children
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for lime convenience of travel
era the De ret News Rives here
with the addresses of the various
missions of the Church wher
i Ibis paper will nlway bf found
on file anti where travelers will
r receive courteous nttcntlon
r New York CltyJ3 West One
+ hundred and Twcntynlxth St
fhlcniro 14 So Paulina St
e Pan Pranclseo1411 Ilaker P
r Los Angele 43 West Tenth 1 t
r Sr Y
+ h n r622 West Sixth Ave i
r Chattanooga TennT1 Fair
t Icw Ave
I Portland2 Hnnroek St
+ Knnsns Cltv MAS Locust St f
y Pt Ious 465 Easton avenue y °
t Mexico + Calzada Stn Marl m
1 la rodond0 nil 111 I nlto > D F r
1 London Knsland 97 Farlelgh J
Mverrool rnwland 10 Hotly
gym Jon Falrflold r
1 Zurich flwltrerland IMsch r
d gals 6S Munster
foponhRcren Kor cad 11 r
1 Stockholm Sweden Svartens l
y Batnn 3
1 Honolulu Punchbowl ft r
r Tokyo TllppnNo 16 Kasuml
tt srmkamachl Yotsuyn I
Toronto Canada 6 Wilton
I Avsmie l
X Ncthorlnnd not rnm Hoi x
A land noezsnislngcl It 6 4
c H titiq ti j ti l rvSrrSti 1J
and 14 1906 Them were present El
dtrs Pastel C Lyman and William
Halls of tho stako presidency all of
the member of tho high council of
the slake oxapt one bishops of most
of the wards and ci good attendance
of valuta from all Porte of tho stake
President Joseph W McMuriln of the
presiding council of seventies was also
In attendance and gave much good
Instruction during the conference
Time reports given by tho stake piesl
diiicy bishops of wards and presi
dents of the various auxiliary organ
izations of the slake showed that time
work of tho Lord was advancing In
this part of tho vineyard and that tho
Mints In this stake were generally
speaking In a prosperous condition
splrltuaJly as well an temporally
Bounteous crops have been raised
tho pnst season In nearly nil of the
wards nnd the saints wero striving to
attend to their religious duties The
organizations of tho auxiliary societies
were nearly nil complete and they
were accomplishing a good work
The general and local authorities
I of tho Church were unstained by
mina imous veto of the conference
General conference meetings were
held at 10 a m and 2 p in on Sat
urday and Sunday A priesthood
mooting of tho y M and Y L M I
A on Sunday livening The leach
lugs given at nil of the meetings were
very timely In their nature and cal
culated to Itwpiro those who heard
them with a renewed determlnailon
to serve the Lord
Tho conferenco was adjourned to
meet at Mlult Jan 13 and 14 1307
Stake Clerk
Rotterdam Holland Oct 7it is
Pleasing to report that tho work of the
Lord U progressing rapidly In the
Netherlands and that many friends
and converts nio being made here Last
Saturday night eight IICAV members
were added to the Church by baptism
President Alex Nlblcy otllclatlng and
on Sunday morning another man was
buptlred by Elder ji S Polland These
nine now members were confirmed In
tho morning session of tho Rotterdam
conference which was held laNt Sun
day This makes tho total number of
baptisms for the month In the Nether
lands mission 21
President Hcber J Grant of the Eu
ropean mission wns with us at the Hot
terdam conference and two meetings
were held besides Sunday school The
conference was presided over by Press
dent J U OpenshAW of tho Rotterdam
conference and tho following elders
wire In attendance Iresllent Alex
NIMey und Secretary R S Polland of
the mission Elder Paul Roolofs as
sistant editor of the Ster Elders Le
Grande Richards A H Cnnnon Fred
Tndje 0 P Trayner H Dell J N
Tybert D Marsh H Belnap L 0
Hardy Jr and J W Johnson of the
Rotterdam conference President Wells
T Hrlmhall with Elders It Schouten
W F Hogan J D Hoggan J A
Klngdon O C Mathews and J A Dut
tcrworth of tho Amsterdam conference
President JP Lilly vhite with Elders
H Noorda H D Markham W T
Hlckam and C H Spencer Jr of the
Arnhem conference President John 11
Taylor of the Liege conference Elders
J A Rlrle 0 Slot J A Stephenson
and J A Hooper of the Gronlngen con
ference also Klders L Y Thatcher and
Arnold van IJmburg who have been
released and nro now on their way
The morning session opened nt 10
oclock and Elders A van Limburg W
L Hrlmhall und L Y Thatcher cacn
jpoke for R few minutes after whom
President Grant spoke with Elder Bell
ai Interpreter President Grant com
plimented Rotterdam on having the
largest branch In the European mis
sion and bore a strong testimony to the
truth of the Gospel and enjoined nil to
remain true to the light they had re
ceived and live up to the principles of
the gospel
Our regular Sunday school was held
at 1220 and at 6 oclock the evening
8pslontegan Elder Ml was tho first
speaker and ho spoke for several min
utes on limo IIret principles of the ROS
pet He wan followed by President Nib
Icy who spoke of the great perxecu
lions that the Church had to encoun
ter and he warned the people against
believing the nntlMormon literature
which has been dbtrtchuted but told
them tolnvi tlRatefor thcmsehrs before
believing President Grunt took up the
remainder of the time and he spoke nt
length nnd with great force on the
strength of the testimonies that the
Latterday Saints had to bear to the
world and ho te tiled to the goodness
of the Lord to him and told of several
miraculous healing that hud been per
forated In his family through the power
of the priesthood
There were about 300 people present
at the morning session and 400 In the
evening many of them being strangers
On Monday morning we held a priest
hood meeting and all the elders enjoyed
the spirit that had prevailed during the
conference und wo had a time of r1
Inlclng together The reports of the
Elders showed that the work was KO
Ing forward nil over the mission and
that there are many Investigator after
the truth throughout land in tho
afternoon the eldertf returned to their
V na nttetuiti prepae
tu work harder thAn ever before
Honolulu O luiOot ISTho semi
nmiuul conference of the Church or
JfHiis Christ of LuttfTuay Kalnta of
the l land of Oahu convened at Ilono
lulu Friday evening Oct Ii 19C6 There
wen present from Utah Elder F W
Mai chant uifllng presidntof the Ha
wallin inisMon during the absence > t
President S E Woolley and Eiders 0
H Ilybee E J Neff A Anderson
Jno G Clio s Win T Wootton S D
Hampton R S Bradford Harrison
Mlllwnrd also Sister Rachel Huh mid
Kmma F Hamlln Of theloc al elder
A FernundeB and John Smith The
flrat session at 7 II m WPM under thi
auspices of the M L A Elder O H
Ilybee presiding A lino program was
tendered the principal features being
lessons on the Hook of Mormon
Saturday morning Oct tit lltllcf so
clef conference was held finer Ml
nervy Fernandez In charge Represent
atives from tho various hnnuhes of the
Island reported the Bainc In a nourish
Ing condition
President P W Manhaul poke
lilelly of the organization of till Hell
societies and encouraged the sisters
to continue in the good work
Saturday afternoon Oct 5 the Pri
mary association held Its meeting1 pre
sided over by Sister Hattie Davis
This was u very successful lIe lIlon air
will result In much lou < lTho oxer
ekes oiiMmml of lesson from the Hook
of Mormon t recitation solo ducts
etc nUll weio all given In pialxe
worthy manner reelecting much nedl
upon the Primary workers and the
children of tho ooliUlnno
President Mnrchunt spoke to the ehll
drew upon tin life and mission of the
Prophet Joseph Smith
Tho evening of Oct 6 wan nlven to
the Hunday schools of the branches out
side of Honolulu Topics from Church
History and Hook of Mormon were dls
cussed by the different classes and wero
handled In a very thorough way after
which Elder O II Ilybee nude some
timely remarks pertaining to the work
of the Sunday schools
Owing to the largo concourse of peo
ple who thronged the grounds on Sun
day morning at tho general meeting
of the conference It was found neccii
Fury to hold an overflow meeting In the
basement of our Honolulu meotlng
house which was presided over by El
der K J Neff A 11 Anderson R S
Bradford JT Giles John Smith and
Joseph Luohlnl
The meeting In the mnln building Ins
presided over by President Merchant
The following elders occupied tho time
And were listened to with Interest
F W Mnrclmnt 0 II Hybef Harrison
Millward also local Elders Kekauhn of
Laic and Abram Fernandez of Honolu
At the Sunday afternoon session the
authorities of the Church were unani
mously sustained after which the fol
lowing speakers dwelt at length upon
the principal of salvation as taught
and brought to light by Joseph Srolth
tho luttcrday Prophet Local Elders
Peters tTml John Klmo Jfilm Smith
and Charles Broad From Xion J F
Giles K J Ncff and Prest Merchant
On Sunday evening the closing ses
sion vna held The exercises were con
ducted by the Sabbath schools of Hono
lulu Supt iCharlis Broad presiding
Book of Mormon lessons Interspersed
with Hinging were the features of the
flpnfllnn Brother and Slater Vhul n
Fernandez Bang two duets
Tho Honolulu choir H deserving of
much credit for their beautiful singing
during the conference Many of us
were carried back to Xlon during the
singing All others taking part In the
work of the conference were well pre
pared and deserve high praise for the
thorough work done
Many were the expression of re
gret nt the absence of our beloved und
honored president S E Woolley
Clerk Conference
Cedar Valley Missouri Oct 29
Tuney Is the fourth county from the
west llnp of the state In tho extreme
southern tier and so bordering on
Arkansas mind enjoying to Its fullness
the wonderful climate of the Sunny
Side of tho Ozarks where the tem
perature rarely ouches zero In win
ter nnd the nights In summer always
cool enough to make sleep a delight
The county contains eGO square miles
112000 acres of whom about 07000
ncres are under Improvement The
surface Is rough and picturesque cov
ered with forests and traversed by
streams of sparkling clearness among
them the beautiful Whlto river famed
for Its scenery and Its Linn fishing
abounding in the gamey black bass
and Jack salmon whllo tho wooded ex
panses abound In small game of vari
ous kinds Including fox rnceon opos
om squirrel quail and turkey af
fording abundant recreation with rod
and gun The population of the coun
t by last census was 10127 ouly two
of whom were colored and all but SO
American born
The first missionary work done by
the Lnttcr llnv unlntn lu this ou t
was commence I Aug 16 1006 by Elder
A L Berry from Wnrdboro Idaho
and Elder P H Hendrlckson of Claw
son Fremont Co Idaho Since that
tlmo there have been 60 Indoor meet
Ings held 255 families wero visited In
tractlng 61 families visited by invita
tion 760 tract distributed 32 books
Little Liver Pills
MUat Boar Signature of
mica cSlmll Wrippcr Below
Yur until anti sa easy
to tab M sugar
u elJ Pegrtjlaaz 1e G
lIsJoi ed of nod 303 gospel < orn wa
dons heM all of which liaa beers at
compllshoa by the lamest persistent
efforts of the alders
The people generally Hiieaklnu nro
very kind to the elders und hoslit
ably provide for them ami manllHt
a deposition to learn more uf tho truth
of the gospel und of out people
Church mul school fucllltles hero are
fair mind Increasing ninny of the
sthool rnaiilfcntlriB such a wlrlt of
up to dale ness ilK tu provide libraries
for the asc or pupils With these
IntolllKOiit mid iMiURhtrnlng coiidltlouc
prevalent In A cijmmunlty wo dltoover
Hint It li much hatter for un In Rpttlni
tho compel before the people and vn
have pvtry reason to brlluva that a
Hood work will ho done in Tuney coUn
l >
Tho NBWB und iw are ntulnuiFly
looked for und iciiil With interest >
us mill we tied them n RHftt hII1111
mlpslunaa work
IL 1 DtI11 JU
iitiuiiijn Md Ort 21The blanch
b prospering and limo future looks very
i iright for the uork
rime n Iowa ami Km nre srcnt n Ill s
labors Wo
to us In our missionary labors
can attribute mvh of our success to
tno LnthutUtm Utlt which the saints
mid friends attend muetlnRH and other
duties There have been Incidents in
our work which havo tended to
strengthen the testimonies of all In the
O lh1 and Its promises
On Kept 19 a faro He party was ten
< li > red Kldtru Marlin Sheets und Cor
don There were over 70 guests present
It vas a record for BnUlmorea social
schlevcneiits After a musical and Ill
evaiy program leo en am and caka were
saved by the refreshment committee
which did commendable work They
ver Mrs Wllhelmlna Ford Misses Su
sie Thompson Maud Iillly Margaret
Lilly Florence Whaley Marcia Lutz
and Florence Btlmmel
Dr A C Sorensen of Washington ad
dressed iulte a large congielation In
our hall Oct 11 upon Salve + ion for the
Dead Wo were also honored by a
visit from Sister Klton of Idaho who
Is visiting In Washington President
Paths of the East IennsylvunU confer
cncfl wan with us Sunday Oct 21 No
enjoyed his visit and ho Rave the elders
Home good Instructions In the Monday
rooming priesthood meeting
Ono baptism was performed Oct C by
which A H Fisher united himself with
the true fold of Christ
Sicter Thompson Rave a party nt her
home Tuesday evening music followed
by refreshments were the features of
the evening These socials help to unite i
tho people and get them better ac
Dr and Sirs Stevensen and Dr and
Mm Musaer and sister nre viilunble ad
ditions to our branch Mr Huydejt met
with an accident With this exception
all are well
133 N Care St
Elder OorRC 15 James of Union Salt
lake county returned Oct S3 from tin
British mission for which he was set
apart Sept 13 U H The Scottish confer
ence was hN Held of labor
Eider Nicholas C Haln of Hlnghim
allon Salt fake county returned Oct
13 from the British mission for which
he wag set apart Sept 13 1004 Tha Man
cheater rcnfoicnco was his Held of labor
KMer Iuderlck W Christensen of Hoi
brook Oneida county Idaho passed
through tills city Ort 25 on his return
from the Scamllnuvlnn mls lon whither
he wan Kent Sept 13 UM Tho AalbOrg
concronci was hli Held of labor
Eider lens C Anderson of Oak City
Mlllard county pissed through this city
Oct y on hid way home from the South
ern States mission where since Oct 13
HOI he linn been laboilng In the South
Carolina conference
Elder Ceorie li Does of Dayton OnI
da county Idaho passed through this cltv
Oct M on his return from the Souther
States mlmlon for which > wajt set npir
Sept S IKr He began his labors In th
Ofrorgla conference hut was forced to I
coma home on account of sickness
Elder William 0 Ritchie of Provo City
ttah county returned to his home Oct
2T IfIA from the British mission for
which he wan set npart Sept 11 1901 The
Scottish conference was his Held of U
Elder Franklin D Cummings of Wilton
ward Salt Luke county arrived homo
Oct 27 from the Hrltlih mission whither
ho was sent Oct t VIM The London con
ftrenro woe Ills field of labor
Elder Joseph A Hnrdhifr of Alllnnl
Boulder county passed through this city
Oct 23 on Ms return from the California
tnlcslon where ho has heM laboring since
April 27 lOCI In the Sin Iranclsco and
Las Angeles conferences
Except In the case poled nil time mis
sionaries return In good health and spit
Its nnd report very pleasint nnd profitable
experience In all the fields represented
the go ixl vork Is making fair progress
The iirter are flndlmr friends every
where and doing a road work In Scot
land there H n gospel awakening mid
the mission work Is qulto prosperous
la sit Its stages bti
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over the membrane tail absorbed Kolltf leltn
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