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tJ THE SALT LAKE HERALD TUESDAY frEUREn 2 ISUi
FIRE INSURANCE
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tithe leading Insurance Agency in Utah
HEBER J GRANT COMPANY
Salt Lapse City and Ogden
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REAL ESTATE AND LOANS
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WAD EL WARD
His Initial Discourse in the
Tabernacle on Sunday
BISHOP WHITNEY FOLLOWS
Act Relates Some of the Religious
Irinciplen Believed I > r the
Latter day Saints
At the TabernacI on Sunday after
noon last the audience was very large
the delightful weather the brief an
nouncement that probably Wad El
Ward would address the congregation
and the presence in the city cf a large
number of excursionists combining to
increase the body of listeners so that
the vast auditorium was filled in every
part The first hymn sung by the choir
was
Come all ye sons of Zion
Aud let us praise the ord
Bis ransomed arr returning
ACCO ding to ttu word
Prayer by Elder Arthur J Stayner
Singing ot the hymn
o Lori of Hosts we now Invoke
1 hy Spirit most divine
Toeennio our hearts while we pa risks
Tee broken bread and wine
WAD EL WARD attired In Oriental
costume after the first portion of the
Sacrament was administered arose
without tny introduction and began a
briof address in the course of which he
stated that he was the first representa
tine of his people who had ever appeared
in this community He said he antici
pated the umd when be religion he
professed would prevail throughout tne
world when Jesus would come to reign
on the earth Mr
Ward delivery was
marred somewhat by its indistinctness
auu WilD ea er listeners were inap
pointed in not bearing all the Gentle
man said He briefly stated his belief
in the religton of his forefathers the
Jews that the influence of God was
made known through agencies that
converion took place at once and
that it was not necessary to go to
school to learn the miracle of God He
rapidly reviewed the history persecu
tions and final captivity of the children
of Israel referred to the monuments
and religion of the Egyptians their
monuments remained but their religion
was gone so also was the religion of the
Itomuh church and so would every one
that had not the Spirit of God to stistnm
it The speaker alluded to himself aiid
said that he came here a stranger that
his fattier silll lived in Jerusalem at the
advanced age of 110 years Mr Ward
had traveled considerably but the
more he moved around the more he
discovered how ignorant he was He
gave it HS his belief that in the begin
ning man came upon the earth after the
animal creation among which the
attributes had all been distributed
and wnen man asked for first one gift
and then another and was told that such
and such an animal or bird had the de
sired attribute he returned to his wife
and complained His better half re
plied that he should go to the throne of
grace and ask for envy and jealousy
The speaker did not inform his hearers
however < < whether tblu advice ws
U1C ueticion ur n ara laid was
thought by many to consist of a long
face and ridiculed the proosition
Referring to Jerusalem his home Mr
Ward remarked that land mere was in
creased in value the place was being
built up the Jews were beginning to
return there As a Christian Jew Mr
Ward believed in Jesus and Him only
He also believed and firmly too that
the grand festivals and feasts of olden
times would once more be observed bv
his pecplu in the land of Palestine
everything used and worn by the an
dents wonld again be given to the
Jews the customs and observances of
his forefathers would be restored The
gent eman believed in the Bible liter
I ally he did not read it with a spiritual
eye Religion he asserted originally
came from the Jews laws were not
known until the Jews gave them In
a somewhat pleasing style Air Ward
related some of the customs which the
poor of Palestine observe and told an
auiustuir story illustrative ot the mnor
Sutton of the pilgrims there They
come long distance he remarked to
kneel to golden box which contained a
single leather On being interrogated as
to why that did so their replywas that
the leather was one from one of the i
wings of the Archangel Michael Mr
Ward pointedly disclaimed any belief
in the plumage of angels He humor
ously referred several of the practices
in the faroff east and spoke of them
lightly as nonsensical On one occa
sion in one of the cities where he tar
ried a orocession passed along the
principal thoroughfare and the poor
knelt as it moved by them He was re
quested to kneel and on inquiring why
was answered with Dont you see the
good God passing He looked but
observed nothing going by but a priest
carrying a paucase He respectfully
replied that he knelt to no pancake
At this place Mr Ward said he was
stabbed and had been molested in
various ways during his career but that
he still lived and expected to exist to do
good on the earth for some time to
come
BISHOP O F WniTSEr followed and
hoped the Spirit of the Lord would aid
him in laying before his hearers some
ot the principles of the church of Jesus
Christ of Latterday Saints He re
marked that he had been Instructed by
the recital of Mr Wards belief and
amused by the anecdotes interspersed
through the gentlemans discourse
The bishep was struck with the re
semblance in many respects of the
JewishChristian religious views to
those of the Latterday Saints The
difference however was manifest not
withstanding the many points of sim
ilarity Mr Wards regard for the
ancient patriarchs of the household of
faith would find a parallel among the
Latterday Saints In their respect
love and admiration for such worthies
as Abraham Isaac and Jacob They
had not forgotten the promises made to
their ancestors and they cherish the
belief that they as a branch of the
house of Israel are fulfilling the pre
dictions of the prophets In this land as
the Jews were and would yet do
in the land of Palestine The mission of
the Latterday Saints was to build up I
Zion that of the Jews was to rebuild I
Jerusalem The gathering together of
all things in Christ both in the heavens
and on the earth had begun the pres
ent Is the dispensation of the fulness of
time Isaiah had uttered many glori
ous predictions concerning the latter
days one was that
It shall come to pus In the last days that
the mountain of tbe Lords home shall be
eitablUaed la the top of the mountains and
aha 1 be exalted above the hills and nil
nations shall flow unto It
An mtnypd pic shall go and ay cita
ye land let nt go up to the rnotioMln of the
Lord to the house of the Gt d of Jacob and
Ilewil teach us of HU wa s and wa will
walk in His paths tir out of ZIon hall go
f rh < the law and the word of the Lord
from Jerusalem
The Latterday Saints believe in the
literal establishment of God s kingdom
on the earth and for this they are
s i matized as traitors the finger of
s urn is pointed at them and the hand
of persecution is upon them I
they are regarded as plotting
tte downfall of the government
of the United States because they pro
c aim that Jesus Christ will come to
reinn as King of Kings and Lord of
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IJr ± bop Whitney said that Joseph
smith was a descendant of the tribe of
Joseph through Ephraitu and it de
volved upon him to lift tne standard in
the latter days for the gathering r > f this
branch of the house of Israel on this
continent He reviewed the early
career of the boyprophet who in his
youth became disgusted with the jar
ring and strife which existed among the
sect of Christendom he told how
Joseph sought at the throne of God for
that wisdom of which the Apostle
James said the Almighty gave liberally
mid upbraided not now titt faith was
f warueu oy me < p nirg ua112 neavens
unto him and the appearance of the
L rd and His Son Jesus Christ of his
being informed by these personages
that the Busting sects were all wrong
and devoid of the power of god
liness that he was informed that
the Almfehtv was about to begin
a marvelous wort and a wonder
and that the youn < lad was the chosen
instrument to establish it how he was
subsequently visited by the Angel
Maroni from whom he received the
plates which with he aid of the
Urim and Thummim he translated and
afterward published as the Book of
Mormon This book the bishop ex
plained derived its name from an
ancient named Mormon father of
Maroni who appeared as an angel to
Joseph Smith It was an abridced
record of the ancient inhabitants of
America It was not substituted by
the Saints for the Bible both books
were unitedly used one being the stick
of Judah and the other the stick of
Joseph spoken ot by Ezekiel Here
the bishop briefly reviewed the history
contained in the Book of Mormon
the coming of Lehi to the continent of
America tbe work of Manasseh in
planting here the blessing pronounced
upon Joseph of old and the work of
Ephraim reaping the harvest thereof in
the latter days the appearance of
Jesus to the Nephitej and His choosing
of twelve apostles L from among them
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and his subsequent ministration
among the other sheep which He
said He had elsewhere
Among other things revealed to
Joseph Smith the speaker declared
was the knowledge that the lost tribes
inhabited a country which was referred
to as the north country from which
they would yet come to Zion singing
songs of everlasting joy A miracle
would be wrought in bringing them
before the greatness of which the passage
of the Red Sea would pale into insignifi
cance The Latterday Saints believe
that John the Revelator is now on the
earth probably among the lost trtoes
and that he would eventually guide
them hither on their way back to Pales
tine The Saints holiova tha Kii hnn
continued in the fulfilment n of nil Wl
prophecies that the last I act in the
grand tragedy of Time is being played
in this the dispensation of She fatness
of times that Satan would be ulti
mately bound banished to his own
dominion to rule over tyrants op
pressors and the wicked a thousand
years while the righteous reign
gloriously on the earth with the
Lord Jesus Christ that the work now
being established by them is the king
dom spoken bv Daniel which should
fill the whole earth
Addressing the Latterday Saints the
speaker asked Are we prenarmg our
selves for these great and magnificent
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events Are we pure in heart the
Zion of God If not ° t is time to begin
cleaning the inside of the platter Let
us not practice hypocrisy but if m < es
sary do our first works over again nave
faith in God the God of miracles the
God of Ahrrthnm Trhft hRt not n7 I
ten Zion repent and wash away our sT
and be filled with the spirit of the God
of Israel Let Zion arise and shine and
put on her beautiful garments that the
glory of God may rest upon her that
her enemies may say Let us not go
up against Mount Zion for the inhabi
tants thereof are terrible
In conclusion he prayed G d to bless
all men who labored for righteousness
and the welfare of mankind and in
voked His curse upon all tyrants and
hoped the time would speedily come
when out of Zion shall go forth the
Uw and the word of the Lord from
Jerusalem
Singing of an anthem and benedic
tion by Bishop Kesler
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