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CcTIO OXE THE SALt LAK HERALD SUNDAY Sl D EEBRLAJ1Y I aRU UY II IM tHul 3
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iPCY MW TORTURED TORTUREDBY D DBY
BY CONSCIENCE CONSCIENCFrightful
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4 4Frightful
Frightful Task of Carryin CarryinBuetier arryinBuetler
Buetier Murder SecretONGE Secret SeoretI
< I t tOJ4OE
ONGE ATTEMPTED SUICIDE SUICIDiDiBB SUICIDEBLs
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DiBB VOKB 7aXV mtayx JtT JJ JJ HIS TJS TJS9ords usING
ING UOOaOM SBLF SBLFotds
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9ords otds ract t expires the tortures torturesMlrcd tortm I Irfd
Mlrcd rfd durn d Jrla r the seven eo years > that thattjMrfcd i id
tjMrfcd d in my < broaF hr > a the terrible secre secret gecret gecretotd
t otd f JBpld livuthrs u r murder murderTWfi murdoeorIIdfI
TWfi was thf statement made yester yester4ay Yftl er er4arhy
4ay 4arhy ff Gfcorg Mun IUI1Y < y a confessed ronfc Cfdpar Cfdpartktnt par partictpam
tictpam In th tilt < rim who Js now bein beinheW belnW
heW W at the cojn rolIIY y jail pending th trial trlaf trialLbe
Lbe f Abe Hunter ai a > t i John Rice Ri two mei meiwhom mnIIomJtIl1I
whom IIomJtIl1I llunoy < Y iinplicatfs in hit confer confero onfes
s ot o Hfinoy uy plainly r la t n I y rhows the lh effectf effectfUMU lfect lfectL
UMU prinoi life ur are having upon hm hmlie bjmUe
lie J loving M right tuch day and bii biiface
face has lo 10ft its it natural color < lie ad adrtUPlfcsJt addbn
rtUPlfcsJt he is vesting wH < tirg nwty nWL but de dertolXft d
rtolXft 1 Ifct ev eVJl ji i thugh h < ugh he is conflne conflnein d dIn <
in a steel ca W his u rits are betteitbaawben better betterUlaat
tbaawben Ulaat n he wi a fr f e man manWl manWt
Wt Wl kt lifted BTOI Kind KindT KindTOIl
T TOIl n cant lmaiT itt weight t lght thai thaiwaji thatW
waji W lifted 1tn from ir y rrind when I mad mada madpa
a efcan eItoa wear of sny t ptrt rt in the mur murdfeer murk
dfeer Fer seven lonsr lo 1 1 years1 Tea I have ba vc car carried carried ¬
ried the teret flret aad a j uot a < iay ay ha hat passed passedduring ra J Jd1ll1D
during d1ll1D Uft ttf t time that I have not beet beetreminded beenreaaJod
reminded d of the murder murderAt murderAt
At work at boms JIom9m in my sleep anti antidarimi andd
darimi d my waking tones tou T have recalled recalledtlkoae recaJlMawf1d
tlkoae awfol moments D1OIDfti1 wtieu the murder murdeiwa
wa w cotmnitti i My conscience roD tence nevei neveic 1MverdIDg
c ased ftcading dIDg me and I was va nevei neveifre neet
fre f trwtt the fear that some day dayouId 1 1Would
Would ouId be caught < I ht and made to pay th thpenalty tho thotJ
penalty tJ fcn r the < rtn rlme e I helped commit commitIn Commit11111I
In 11111I my sRep p I have ha dreamed about it itCwnUiww itcr
CwnUiww cr tim ti s tbe scen it in the little littkroom littleroom
room on ft the night that the heold old man mann manwa
wa n chota d to death has been picture pictureia
ia aw At my work ork thourands of in iwi iwiftIttI i iJe
ftIttI Je ts hive recall 1I1 to my tnn mfni < i the thefflaTiL theand
fflaTiL and whenever bene er I have met an of oftIHr f ffier
fier t have trembled t mbled for fear that I wa waabout as asabollt
about to be arrested arrestedTk arretooT1teuckt
Tk T1teuckt uskt of f Suicide Suicide8e hicdde8eera1
8e 8eera1 ral years y n ago ao I lot my cyo cyosight Otlonen
sight lonen I often thought that the affli afflitlon mk mktloft
tlon had been n visited tmt upon mo a F 1 1t 1 1punishment
punishment t for tortIIt y f rt in the t murder murderiwf murdpat
iwf at times t R I hawtxrer baft bf r so filled fi f with wittiremorpj withr
remorpj r and apprhe a prebeLClllioa iion that I con contemptated eontemplded
temptated suicide Once during th thperiod lhe lheof <
period of 111 my blindnetr blinln r when h 1I I w a ii iialMHJst S SaIat
alMHJst onised with tbe thoughts of ms mscrtoHt m mcrIMe
crIMe I went to a dresser r and grooei grooeiabout Jd Jdabout
about fir search of my razor raior with Ith th thinteaUon tb tbint4
inteaUon int4 atl of ending my life then aiM aiMthere arA arA1tereJly
there 1tereJly My wife Ue happened in the roon roonat roontat
at tKe ea bne and anticipattMg my action actionpccnrie acUonraor
pccnrie < flie rasor and placed it beyond heywicVKf beyondJD
VKf n idt idtJSsw
JDtbat JSsw that I have confessed arid the thfsecret theSIeCIet
secret I carried so long IoOgls te public got gotdp or orIdp
dp I feel that an a enormous burden bas baibeen basbeeB
been taken from me and although altbcMt < b I lam lama an ana
a prisooer I ftej f eJ better than when s sfra a an aHAll
fra man n
1 HALL AGAINST AGAINSTSUPREME AGAINSTSUPREME
SUPREME COURT COURTcisicm COURTlconinb
lconinb tI Jap l ld
cisicm d l3B o the state supreme prcne court court In Incue Incile
cue instance one of her suits went to totbefcigbest tot
tbefcigbest t tribunal al of UkstoM tb r upfb upfbtwo upfIlto
two different occasions occasionsAt
At the time ttme1r Prv Pax was u sealed to toMrs tcra
Mrs ra Hilton wh w1N wa ttien Miss lIss Armi Armitage rmi rmi1ace
tage a cc IB it was aJ ihought u t she was waaotf
otf 0 her de 4 8tb the4 She e afterward rs rscovercd ncoered
covercd The relationship between bet n the thetwo
two 1 0 was very objectiocabie to the doc doctor doctOl ¬
tor and educator ed lor and upon bis Is Ist sugges suggestion ¬
tion t tcrI a < burch bu b divorce agreement a mect was wascatered Wbe
catered e into between tween them themA
A few years y later Mi9 Armitage mar married married ¬
ried Police Po ce OOlctr Hilton and raided a afamily ar
family r nib During that time u Dr Park Parkdfeposed Parky
y dfeposed d of come ot his hi property Inter Interlie Jnt l lhe
lie died leaving the bulk of o his estate estateto e lateto
to educational p purposes Mrs Hilton Hiltonim HiltonjlUedr
jlUedr im < nedt l iy Y brought suH s for forler her dower dowerinterest do t thrt
interest hrt t The suit was was brought in the thedistrict tbediebkt
district court being tried before Judge JudgeHail JudgeH JudgeDeciaioJl
Hail H
Decision of Supreme Court CourtHe CourtJ
He J e decided that she was not legally legallymarried legallymJlrded
married to toDr Dr Park by tLe sealing 1tn cer cercssoey cerThe
cssoey < The woman w man appealed appea d to the thes th thSupJme
s at supreme court < ou which hlch overruled overruledi cne1111edtait
i tait tie District trtct judge jud It IteM held in ii substance substanceatpJKst mb8tlneelormol
atpJKst the Mormod church that seal sealingfc e
1 ingfc were er legal marriages marti but > that thathTir thatbmtb
< hTir bmtb h divones dfVOtt roufd not be bein recognised recognisedin
in Ute court eo ltII The pare a was was remand remandtd
td t d wHhiwt 1 ruction Uon > to enter that judg judgmeat Jud Judme <
meat me divide the h property and give Mrs Mrslittton lrsHUron
littton her widows 1 1fJw thinl thinlAlter tbiJlJAfter
Alter Dr Parks Pi4 ts death and after ft t the thedeHBfoa tbederlllloo
deHBfoa of Judge JuqHaU Hall Mrs lr Hilton Hiltonve Hiltoneat
ve eat C throash a second marriage marrl e cer cereaMay
eaMay with Police O oateer cer Hilton HiltonOilier HUtonO
Oilier salts e were ere instituted by Mrs MrsHiltta 1IIrsItu
Hiltta Itu most t of them against the ex executor exeetltOlll ¬
ecutor of the Park estate to secureher secure ecllrebfl
her 4owwr do g When ben the lhePark Park estate estatewas le letd
was oroikftted td Mrs > Hilton put in her herclaim heraDCI
claim and tioat resuUed re uheel in further legal legalrth 1eplpt
pt P PtlNut
tlNut nth of the siiprene siiprenea
811 a cummlrsion cvtaJDLnw was a aw aji ajito
to w e ih Jfartt ja estate and andt nd I Iit
odiTiOt it it t vitkout jtQt resorting to a pub publie pubi
lie i sal 9 wber s > y Yirs Mrs Hilton could re reIt reJ1er
J1er < rDpert7 rDpert7Ii
It Ii t fottowed the direction dtre rlfttI given tft k kiy lW
W iy the court and mado ad Its report n pcwt t ttud t1 <
1 tud ud3 c Hall He altow aJ10Wflld d considerably considerablytime lOn lderab lderabtitRe
time to elapf d4 Mrs Hilton was anx anxious anxj
j ious > to receive in a title to t < the property propertyand prop > rt 1 1II
II and scoured a writ of mandamus from fromtbe frombe
tbe be supreme e court to compel the judge judgei
her tit titl titlt If Ift
i 10 o enter the judgment giving a
t I her = lowerage Io rae That judgment was wastftdfd as asItajtded
Itajtded down yesterday by b Judge Half Halfia lIaafa I
ia the pmbate division divisionlit
lit I tb t meantime Mrs I Hilton had ha4Uooght hadt
Uooght t I ht suit apiIIfIt agam t Mr Mnornicte Mnornictei
i nd others for f a third intei i in the theI t f
I rWrfr IIfIfth rfi Dr Park ba1 > al Disposed Disposedf Gt < potI dr
f d 4eri ri his lifetime and jft ftr r hte hteltag hhtfI
fI ltag to her on I DcC > c 1872 1 Th dteds dtedst d a ail
h ao IH wiie tire tireI
t il j iMftfrpomsli rib r r sigoatWf
1 1 Ute suprvme 0urt nrt do d < dde idec < she l hl vas wallTIM vasTlpe
TIM firs fir i car CII l lought > ought along a those t
1 ne wmi that aaainst Mr MrOomiok MrOomiokWch < k kIkkh
Wch Judge Hall yesterday lecided in inf intv
f tv ivor oC the bunker lIkr The d ci iOn i n in inf In1Dt
f Ul 1Dt Is as folk folkDeeiaion i iDecision
Decision of Judge Hall HallIn HallIn
In the Oltrkt t > o Jurt rt in and for f or < the theT
T Mr4 W ludioial district di rtt county COUDt of Ir Salt SaltLike
Like j iate lat of 1tjh tlh Annie nnl F i A Stilton Stiltonj HiJttmaln
j staHff aln ff vs W S McCorniek defendant defendantP defendantThe df flldunt I
1 P
The l abov 1M enitle fOnt itlNI < l action came mi n for fori fr frt
t d i in 1 < i was tr > l before ftf the th vurt Url with withjin wtha
> a jury X V lohe appear aPfJfOrttlll UK a IUI at att tt ttt
t rtify ri < fjr Jr the Of ilalntiff and Sfwarl Sfwarlwart Ie Iert
wart rt apPArhK appA ri R a3 iutomej tOlJ1O s for tv tvr tlfIc
< r miant jlnt All aid sinsnilar JIIn ular the cvidei cvideii Ild Ildlrnfs
i i lrnfs r ofs having hin bn addii add1JNd l by th thi thpartk
i pectivr parties ard al d the argiimeiitsi of oft r r1h
t 1h r pciv attorney hjivins been beenn n
n 111 Ur the hp oa < lit c 9a a Kubmitt l to ami amit 1n11IL
1IL t UT uiid 11 ldr T advis ldIfultnt mtnt by ih th court Tc Tcrt TillCJrt
CJrt rt having PiHy fII considered the evi eviI o J JCliHI
< I anc CliHI prouls wr now delivers the fjliow fjliowi llw llwi
i i l decision decisionTn
Tn = decisive d < lthe tsot in thi action Is Was WaaJill WasJjim
Jill R It Park d tIr a5ed fd and the Or plaintiff plaintiffmarried ptafntiffmarried
married on tbe t ith th day of December IKS IKSJ
J firi1 fl from th > iJerc < bst on said 5th 5thifcr
ifcr 44 of < Pecemb D mbl W 18 < E lal1iel aniel HL Welii WeliiJohn We WeJohn
John K Park a the tt plaintiff and all of ofte I IflE
te witnecp itnf > f C pt t tlj defendaiit oj fndant Mc Mcfrnick MeCrmek
frnick were rc momher mm r of the > Church ChUT < h pf pfJ otJo
J Jo sus < U8 Christof ChrlH Jf Latterday LattrdaySatnt LattrdaySatntJln Saint < m mnly >
Jln > nly I rallc 110 > 12 < 1 th thf Mcrroon church rllurehII nd ndf
rE f ied at Stlt Glt Lake Oity Ctt Ttah Ttahscaled tab tabal
II
scaled al d hy Church High Priest PriestriO
> < riO If XVtlls ria Wa YiU f high t prtesi r1 i 8 aJ
J 1 ember of f the th first presidency pr n of th thirrrh thf thfrch
< irrrh rch J nd 1 J a counselor fOun < lor to Itrighfttn ItrighfttnV Hrigh 11
1 V i f ircssilrrt r < if f the rluirrh fht fhtby fhtI
by I the doctrines tfnIIJ cownants O liD anrt orflf orflfnances o oD
D nances niureea of th church the said Well W IIt < as atJh
Jh hfgh pri t aut nr121 < i 11 fr
NEW WOODMEN Or < Q BU WNG LD Nt J
I tE
rlTHlX a Short time the Woodmen Woodmenf
W1TBIN
f of the World will lay la the corner cornerst cornerU
st U ne of their new building on onMarket onMarket
Market street west oC the Od4 Fellows FellowsB Ji lioS lioSn
B 11 Flam Pia for the building have been beencompleted beencotlQJlete1
completed and work is soon to com commence colJ1 colJ1m colJ1building ¬
mence menceThe m
The building whkli Is to occupy a alot aJot
lot m 5Iby by 132 feet f t > will be Detnree Detnreetorm three stories storiesform
form marriages lDan1 Vs and = 04 sealing bet betmeml betwetJi betwetJi1tt1f
meml 1tt1f r of offlte the church churchAt curdtAt
At this tbl date tiie plaintiffs maiden iden nam namWas n e erU <
Was Annie F Armltsge ArmIt8 ft She was aboUi aboUiIS abOJtIS
IS years ea of ag unmarried and resided residedwith ed edw4th
with oce 016 of the families dUee of President PresidentYoung Pre8ldeutYoung
Young According to her own testimony testimonycations
ed or the proper Uti Utieat10ns
cations to enter Into the marriage marrl refe refefcton r Jtr
I fcton John R Park waa about f8 years yearsof yearsot
of ge and a bachelor He was not a so soatety soet
atety et ty man 0 in the ordinary acceptation accep don of ofttert q qt1
lat term but devoted Ms It Atfh Atfhans
kW8Q8 ans to educational matter matterpoWtc + at t1fe t1fetfe
tfe 0 bls deatb was superlntendent of ofpublte
poWtc instruction in for the state stateThe stateThe
The acquaintance between Mr Pattt and andthe andtft
the plaintiff be an Q several t yexw 18 rlpr r to tothe tothe
the said 5th th day da of December Ie < ember 1ST 1 but butthe butthe
the social relations between them wasfl1Mdly was wasfriendly
friendly and no more He never courted coartedor
or professed a love for or asked her to be behis behis
his wife nor does the evidence bow that thatthe tbattbe
the plaintiff entertained any an closer rela relation relaUoa ¬
tion to Xr Park than that of a friend friendThree 1rieDdThree
Three Kinds of Settlings SettlingsFrom Set ings ingsJorom
From the testimony of C TV p Penrose e I Ifind
find that he is and for many years last lastpact lastPUt
pact baa beep a high priest in the < Mor Mormon XOlmon ¬
mon church and also the editor of the
Deaeret ICews the official organ o n and andnewspaper andnewpcr
newspaper of the church that he is well wellacqnsjnted wellacq
acqnsjnted acq ted with and knows the doctrinesordinances do doctrines trinesonUo
onUo ordinances ee covenants and ceremonies of oftho ortho
tho Jiormon church relating relaU to mar marriages ntarIia ¬
riages Iia and sealing His testimony testimony es establishes establl ¬
tablishes aes the fact that on the 5th day of ofJ ofsakiS
J Jthere were according g to toaoctrtafcs tonett
nett sakiS aoctrtafcs do t covenants ordinances and andceretarontesfttte andcereiao1tttt
ceretarontesfttte following kinds of otIB8r otIB8rrin mar marriages ¬
rin riages and Beatings solemnized and cer certified certifl ¬
tified tifl =
tiflJXarrl
3 JXarrl Marriage for time timeThe f I
The marriage tria and sealing for both bothtime boUIUmlJ
time and eternity eternitysTbe I IiTtIt
sTbe marrtafe or sealing 1e41 tor eternity eternityThat ettlntoon
on IThat I >
That a div4 dhGIte > ree from the ma roarrtacc for fortime fortimt
time > In the first and second dftsseA could couldonly c uJdonly
only he granted ed by b a court pf competent competentjurisdiction1 eo ent I
jurisdiction1 but as s to the marriage JRa rrlaf or orsealing I I8faling
sealing for eternity nit only onl in the third thirdeljs I Icbffl
eljs u oorAtpg to the doctrines ordi ordinances ordlDanCfs ¬
nances and customs of the th church fe that thattho thattb
tb tho relation between the man and woman womanso
so staled < or married may DNa be dlsjfeived dlsjfeivedand 111 ved vedMild
and toe parties freed from the obligations obligationsthereof obtl8 ent entthreQoC
thereof by the t e man giving to the woman womana W maJ1a
a bill of divorce commonly known and andcalled andJlM
called < JlM a church divorce dlYO That a sealing sealingor
or marriage marria efor for eternity eternlt only such de defined deftnfd ¬
fined in jtbe third class was not a bar to toeither toeithr
either party from marrying m llJln aay other otherp Otherrffn
p ron for f r1i time only fIJ That toe J tttrflpve of ofi ofllin
i < < eiling llin > > or marriage e for eterjwy o ulJIy ly is isUmited Ielimited
limited tot creating a plrltiMl relation be between bethe
tween the > 1pllrftl p1Ht of the man J ane 0 the thewoman thewoman
woman so sealed k 1 to become meettP effective and andfor audto
for the egsejidal ntJal exaltation of the wontinin Woman I
in the net e work That a marriage for forthru fetUrn
thru a 114 a > a marriage rri e and waling for forlime fortlm
lime tlm and an eternity temfl man nurtrimoift JDtItri HfE1 and andInclude andInCJ
Include InCJ f the tll privilege of f cohabitation But Butthat But1J1at
that the t marriage or sealing lIng for eternity eternityal rntt rnttalnf
al alnf nc does rl not mean matrimony or in include Indudt ¬
clude the privilege of cohabitation cohabitationSealed COhabltatlunealed
Sealed to Dr Park ParkThfre
I ITIHTt
Thfre are proper pt set forms of all these thesesealing tb I
sealing tall eer rf1I1mri > nlom > j < furnished hfd by b the thechurch tlkchuftb
church to the officiating priests none of ofwhich
which ith ar published tlbii ht d In some of the theforms t ttOlm I
forms It doc not specify pCff that the parties partiesmust partksmust
must Jive together togthrthat that hi nfiinraated nfiinraatedThe
The Th Ceremony on and intent of the th parties partieswouM partl partlou14
wouM ou14 govern governThe ern ernThe
The plaintiff was supposed to be upon uponher uponher
her death bed by herself attending
friends frif > n4 and physician Her dissolution dissolutionwas
was V Imminent IDfnt and under IInd er discussion Mr MrW
W U < a BMAhpfein the church suggested suggestedto QS8Nt QS8Ntto I
to lo be ptaintfrY ptaIo WldIf ftat t it would outd be better t4r for forher
her h r In the t nxt non t world orld if she be be sealed sealedfor aled aledfor
for eternity to some good awn to which whichsh b h hh
sh assented In easting about the sac sacrifice acrtftcefeft ¬ I
rifice rtftcefeft left iqttn John Pv Park A A4nger me meisenger
sent him and be to tothe
isenger was to came < I IIhl
the bouse in which the plaintiff lay Ia sick sickHcf4v
Hcf4v Itd entering into the th s4rk room he was wasInformed wa wamfl7C
mfl7C Informed as ast t the oondiuon Ondltt n of the plate plalctf plateutf I
tf utf f and nd brtne assured that the plaintiff plaintiffwoiiUe pti tltt tlttwou14ftr1alnv
woiiUe wou14ftr1alnv rtainiy die he consented that be bewoald
woald be sealed I to th thp > ttlalnttff laintiff for eter eternltv et I
nltv only As 5 he enured into Inl the trk trkroom k I
room 100 the plaintiff ptal tiff seemed to be in a sink sinkIng I IIg
Ing Bn neonil < on < ctou tog or emleonsdwus oondi oondition tOndiUtili <
tion and made ma no observable response in intb InUP
tb UP performanre of the > ceremony and no noE no8u4ience
8u4ience E u Uence was held h W between wffn the pUUittff pUUittffand plaJlttffand
and Mft Park prior rIor to the ceremony ceremonyThe ceramoufhc
The < ituaftfren It Haanah Wells 11 It ah ani aniLQ i iLnfyTounc
LnfyTounc LQ o ns ycre cn both present and heacd heacdth 1fbt I Ifb
th worlg orIs spoftrn po fn and saw what was a1 done i iand i iund
and both refused ulld to repeat t or state the thewirus thewr
wr wirus spoken or the acts done by b the theplaintiff tbcplaintiff
plaintiff or by Jokn J R R Park or OIb by Daniel DanielH
H Wellt V ells in the ceremony In each in instan Inftan I
stan e the refusal was not based upon uponwant
want of r rer0Hectkm ecUon toit t solely 8f I tipdn th thobligation the theobliftaUof1 I
obligation they t hEo respectively rfspo < t ieIYC owed we tins ttMburcl I IchtircTi
chtircTi < I1 In that the lb ftEmon eremony tea wu secre secreknd ret retnd
knd nd sa a ItQ red t 6 the church and not a matter matterof
of public concern concernSighed ctoDoornSigned
Sighed Sealing Certificate CertificateMr
Mr Ir PMros P rl In refining the doctrine doctrinecovenants tjoctrtnc
c covenants < tnsI11s an < 1 < 1 cT Mln1fn lnKnces tt and the th mar1 mar1rlae mar marrlaMe
rlae yf EU Hug for eternity practiced practicedkhefennlter rraet rraettlwttnUr
khefennlter by the > meatfters l t of ths tt church churchrefused I IfulCd
refused fulCd to state the th word said or the theihlnjte Uethhl
thhl ihlnjte done by b the partieinantB plrti JpUltl that con contitutid OnI
< titutid i Ih he ceremony for or the reason that thatthfv thiAttbfv
thfv were sacred sa d sicretg 10 > tin church churchTh i
wd r IttVt > t dyulgt1
Th < Hrts < trtlficatc rt Iflcttte is as follows followsJoh follosJlh I
Joh Re Red kev < Park worn Tiffin 4J n nOby nvPtv
Oby I 5a 5annl ay IWfc IWfcAnno
Anno Flora IJ ArmRage born bon JCottlng JCottlnghill t
hi hill I JQo oadon on 19 9 February Fc ruaz 1855 1853nulo
nulo rtll 1tf > a1e ft
in heightand of modern construction constructionThe
The flrat floor will Ul be occupied by byptores bytores
ptores the second will be occupied by byWoodmens b bWoodmens
Woodmens h b1Fn1a Jlpand the 1h third will be befitted befttted1tb
fitted fttted1tb with lodge rooAls for other or orders orden
den There win be reception and read reading rea4lug ¬
lug rooms and a banquet hall hallThe hallThe
The structure etruct win w l be owned by b a abuilding abundn
building bundn association a tioD the stock W k in which whichwill hlch hlchm
will m be held e1d by the t e Woodmen Wo dm n of the thedent
1
dent P H Wells eUII In the presence of E Eline
line Free Young at her JJhrf residence in Hal HalIj Salt Saltr
Ij r ke k ditv L L T December D 5 187t Th Thlady TbJady <
lady befng g en her wpBoaed tlUJ death bed bedDAJCIJSt ItedDANlm
DAJCIJSt II VELLS VELLSBut vELLSBut
But on the other band the plaintiff plal tltf in inher
her testimony t attempts atteaa pt to give in detaii detaii4uvc cJetaWcelJlll
4uvc WcelJlll n9mony ony the words ufed by the o oflctetior
flctetior priest t and the rejoinders r lndll both bothof bot botof
of Mr Park and herself wherein Mr MrPark MrPark
Park was asked if he John R Park Parkwould ParkwO
would wO J take Ajuiie F Armitase to be his hisivfllff
ivfllff 8vL wjgded WIt and hIM response responseI
I do tmHKer t question on to her if She anewould Shewould
would take John R r Park rk to be her law lawtime 14Wtul
tul nnd w ed huslNtftc1 and ber r JUIe JUIeYes
Yes Whereupon t1M officiaUn pl pltOJMmD
tOJMmD d tbem tt lf And wiCe for fortime
time an f f eternity eternityContrary demitContrar
Contrary to the expectations ex tatfons of the theparticipant tbEl
l participant and th t attending tt udin friends friendsMtes fl1endsMIRI
Mtes Annitaire the plaintiff did not die diebut dtfbut
but shortly IIb01U thereafter recovered her ac accustomed aceustomtd ¬
customed heaRh John R Park being beingsilent beingUfDt
silent as to the t relations that obtain be between be betW ¬
tween tW n husband and wife the plaintiff plaintiffsought plaintiff80utht
sought and inquired of him as to what whattheir bat
their rotations were and he informed her herxbat h or orbat
I xbat bat insofar as tby t beiiuj married that thatwas thatwas
was impossible > That he had tin Impedi Impediment Impechment ¬
ment that prevented him from ever being beingmarried
married the nature of otwhlch which it would ould not notbe IIotbe
be proper for a young oun woman like her to toknow toknow
know and that tbeChe he would grre ner a am < u uvorce
vorce orce which is hs a follows followsSign followSign =
Sign Church Divorce DivorceKnow
Know all men by b these presents presentsThat presealshat
That hat we W e tbe tb undersigned J Jgon hn R Park Pfkand Parkaltd
and An ie e hte wfe before her inr maxrlagc maxrlagcto c cto
to Wn > Annie Armttagc Jrta do hereby herebyinu mu mutuallr
tnaIlVCOeI1 tuallr covenant ot promise tM and a cee ee to 104118 1041181O dts dtsBoUeatJ
1O BoUeatJ ca 1h the rebirtsns nIa wliioh have hitherto hithertoexisted
existed tw > u 09 AS busbanVl a aand dill Wife WifeaDd
and t W tkep k oarselves ouneJ ve separate an anfrom and uart uartfrolUi
from frolUi eaU other from ftthis this time fort fortIn fortfi
In n wtHwtiH I wbereof e have hipreunto hipreuntoset
set ourbands onr hands at S S41tir1e K iMKc City tJ T Tthis 1tbbo
this 11KJ day da tt < Jtarcn > 18J8 18J8ANNIB
3 IORN R1RK I IA
ANNIB A UTB FliORA PARK PARKS I
S SI etJII e4in tb 4he presence prftscoof of D McKensie McKensieAflerthte cKendcTamw
Tamw Jadj JadjAftfioor
Aflerthte Aftfioor 1cersniony Cfl D aisd the plaintiff plaintiffrecoveft s srecoverj
recoverj sh in i discwyslng Jlg thf thfwith
with SOWB of teer fetnaJ aoqualntii aoqualntiiMated Rectualot flat flatwilh D es estat
Mated tat fbat t she was wuo not married Tnar lied ib ibPark Ir IrPaFk
Park but tonlT only tfeatod tofilm for eteVi eteViShe et It ItShe
She wfeipralie4 ad went by tne thJpmteor thJpmteorAa name or orput
Aa ft and dt4not Ir Irtake
take tJp JI tf P8Jki bkl helllelf helllelfput
put to the t h8a community C9 tRJIWI1S ty as a Single pejuron pejuronuntil rtron rtronuntil
until the ya > 1 JJG C5 whew w etJ sbe e and AA AAHilton Wtt8 u uHilton
Hilton were married med Anathat 4 that tneyever tneyeverslnre ti ffr ffrtMe
slnre tMe hav Y6 pefrn aitd ar teaew now husband and andwife andwtic
wife wifeIt > 7 71t
It will be K observed that th re was no noheeit noJ1ftitutIoft
heeit J1ftitutIoft thm oft u U p lJrtQf rt of the ptelfltUf ptelfltUfreproduciAs fIa1UftvrodJli
reproduciAs vrodJli S the7 t ceremony r f1 Ony in itsentirety itsentiretybut itfl lftirety lftiretyblJt
but tbat tbatTII Mrs wHRs and 1 ortng o Rg re refused ¬ I Ifuoo
fused t 4c > 0 bAcauMV of th tlUlrobUjtion < lr obligation obligationf I
l f > tbe o4 rch d not 110 t torev to f Bl it It Also tJ Mr MrPenroMawfUtied Ir IrPen
PenroMawfUtied Pen f1IIIeII M mate the seallB t8UB6 > cere cerewonv Tt TtjnoD
wonv becku u H it was a a Kwcrrd eld secret of ofthe ofthe
the church and was n lJPTer Ter tI11il lTilged ed This Thisb
b peculiar ullar If the a 8fJC < att9 cer tony Y is isas 1Mas I
as the plaintiff states It to be1 t cannot cannotor C nnotj
alCrlbc any lWlon w ber ff1 lIs
or Mrs I TOUIIR would M nave e refused ret to toFtate toJltatr I
Ftate the Fatrr la I in evidence f iten if in fact It Itdid Itdid
did exist e a And the he fame may maybe be said saidus MidM
us to the refusal of Air I Ptl11rffK nroe to State Statewhat fJtatwhat
what the sealing ceremony tnonJ cf the church churchfor churchfor
for eternity only waa waaETemory W WMemory
> Memory at Fault FaultMy Faulty
My y opinion is that the > plaintiffs mem memory memOrY ¬
ory is i ut fault Mr P Penrogf nrose upon an anexamination anuamln
examination uamln Uon of the certificate ertltt te of the theceremony the41fIUOftr
ceremony that in accordance with the tnedoctrine thedoctrine
doctrine and usages 11 1 of the Mormon hormonehulh Mormonchurch
church In such matters tOltf tIle ceremony was wasa
a peaJMs ft f9r lty tniir becuttiie the thecWtlflcaw thelfrtlflca I
cWtlflcaw lfrtlflca contained the tb statement statementdeath 8tatemttdeath
death bed He H aJso examined mined the so Iio Iior j jCures
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677
j jCures
Cures Grip and andDr i iCOLDS
COLDS
j jDr
Dr Humphreys Specific Seventy USeventySevencure SeventySeven
Sevencure Seven cures by acting directly on one on onth
th e sick part p without withq t disturbing the thet therest
rest t of the system
77 77 might he ag ipared paregto to an eye eyetojw cycr cycOA
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tojw OA 1 tt t tave1s arals pou ound 1d tho pupil pupilocalicg pupiliocaHng
iocaHng ocalicg tbe t e dudaff uhui Without hurting hurtinge
the e eye eyeIf cy cyIf
I Ior
If thoCo1d tho Cold is in the e hc hCj1d ad or throat throatr
or r is on the chest 177 77 goes direct t ttie t6 t6ih <
ih tie spot spotIfcajpnrys sJ t tMIrwgi
MIrwgi lIt aeh or m < Itd Itdl1GmptfY
Ifcajpnrys Me M l Co e Cor CorFobn wn wnJvbn
Fobn Streets New rw York
city it The price Js 10 a share payable payablein
in ten monthly month installments The direc directors dlrectons ¬
I tons of the association are composed of ofthree ofthree
three members of each of the three threeloral tbreeal
loral al camps Pf and sire as follows S Presi President presII presIIdent ¬
dent Ii Yauer vice president pred ft A JIc JIcKeliarJr r I II
KeliarJr Ke ar Jr s bretary tetary R R W psf psftreasurer pletreasurer
I treasurer Harry Don George TV Wood WoodIt I IR
It R Croft E W Wasbburn S S Brown Brownand B rown
and Pd M > Reeda ReedaI KecdalU KecdalUcalled II IIPd
I called divorce 4tf explained that such suchwas
1
was usually U < WiU giwn Jn in Jlke JJ cases casesthe CaE 8 1aerc 1aerci
i the parties deh de i ft That the two twota1 twota1tOjlethOr t ttoseth
toseth tOjlethOr r did not constitute n tltute the ordteary ordtearymarriare I Imarriaf
marriare That the ceremony was wa a seat seati
i inx for eternity ft rnit and tbe dir e utetfolved utetfolvedi 1Vid 1VidI
i thai t iL1 relation Th The subject tu et being < wholly whollyj 0011 0011IFP1ritualatl
IFP1ritualatl j spiritual and haln haing nothinG whatever whatevercould wbateverto i
to do wIth hi ttmpoll tM r rI
I could assume or orldiNOYe idisaolve therefatt ii be betwwn behnu
twwn thenveliwsf t m IV4IIItpk at p4 a rc J I aI JJ1e4 i If IfWefls
I Wefls was us the high priest tlt > who 00 performed performedtiff
be leaU e ny betw eea dae plaln plalntiff
I tiff and Mr Park and also the mar marriaRe I
riaRe rta ceremony between he e plaintiff and andMr I
Mr Hilton and it will m be assumed that thathe
he understood knew kne and Intended Intend l that thatthe I I
the ceremony he performed betwean the thePlaintiff theplaJntiff
Plaintiff and Mr Park was only for foreternity forcternlt
eternity and was no legal or religious religiousdisability rcfgJou8dMblJit
disability y on the part of the plaintiff and andMr aadMr
Mr HJlton entering ur into a marriage marriageOrdinarilv marriageOrdinarii
Ordinarilv affection aff t1on is the gravitating gravitatinginfluence gravUaCbtnut
influence nut > nee that brings the sexes into tile tMemarriage
marriage relation that has b established establishedand 1tl bed bednnd
and maintain the righteous ri htPOIS and funda fundamental tQRdtItal ¬
mental tal orinciple of religion and civil cbiltrnmf gov government ¬
ernment trnmf > nt and a nfi is based uprth u the teutjaotl teutjaotlconsent U ttl ttlronent
consent and agreement RJlre ent of the dontract dontractInic trttCt trttCttnf
Inic parties And further tbeconsent and andIntent a1tClintent
Intent of the parties n lPst > st mean all the theusual tho1l1lu91
usual confidences endearments pn ilIIents solid solidtildes oJtcJtudes
tildes and responsibilities tbat the union unionimpHe uniontm
impHe tm Ue and I find all these absent in this thiacase thisI
I case > But I do find that the tb plaintiff plat Ulf and amiJohn
John R Park and all those present presentthought JJresenttbought
thought that the plaintiff was wud1ng dying and andthe
the salvation of the th depart departing spirit of ofthe
the plaintiff was the th uppermost thought thoughtrnd thoughtRnd
rnd that the mutual intent of the plain plaintiff plamtiff ¬
tiff and John R Park in the ceremony ceremonywas
was w limited to the specific purpose of ofeonsecratinsj offO
eonsecratinsj fO ratir the death of the plaintiff plaintiffin
in this world into an exalted reaarree reaarreetlon r fltrlPCUon
tlon in the world to come in accordance accordancewith accordanwith
with the doctrines and usances of the theMormon th thInnnon
Mormon churchi to other er words wordsthat wordthat
that the intent and agreement a rt ftl > nt in the therercmonv th
rercmonv Mm l was n sealing ealln for eternity etErnit only onlyand ORI I
and solely for the tb spiritual welfare of th thnlaintiff I
nlaintiff r as a a certain and more exalted exaltedpassport exaltPflaasport
passport cf her spirit from tune into intoetcrnitv intoetf
etcrnitv etf rnjh
etcrnitvNot rnjhNot
Not Entitled to Property PropertyT
T therefore find both as tis a matter > r of oflaw o
law and fact That by the law w marring
in Hs It = inception is i a contract te whichthprft which w1aJeltthfr
thprft mit bo the consent C IUfnt of both parties partiesLike parU parUIike
Like other contracts it must t be mutual mutualThere
There must be an offer of marriage lnan1e and andan
an acceptance < e within a reasonable time timeand tImeand <
and it must appear that the parties in intended Inteuded ¬
tended matrimony The agreement a lfement must mustunder
ne In iIlDloIanCf tn be hUlIbaJld and
under the tD l la w That by the tbedO doctrines < trln8 wlfp1 and andusage andusap
usage of th > Siorwon on cliurvb 80V 80VJng 1 1tne
Jng for eternityoalJriA temh I1J I sM sMThat tlJI mtp
That John JobnR R Park was as nevarmarried to tor4aintiff
r4aintiff aud did not survive him aa his hiswidow I
widow That the plaintiff plail1 C is not t tll q qowner
owner of any part of f the property PrO ertr de defcrtbed tI tIrlbPd
fcrtbed rlbPd in her complaint in thin action actionThaf
Thaf the ti1pl plaintiff is not bnt Qt the dwfeittf dwfeittfart
art W fl ft McCorniek is the theo theotitled ownar r rtitled I
titled to t and In the tb poyvesston 1Iiea of 4he 4hepremisen h hvremlStfI
premisen deacribed 4 tribeiJ in Inll the cojstpl lot t W Wthis r
this action afti R and that his fa title thereto is isconfirmed fAconfirmed
confirmed and ouleted uieted That t the facts factsin aetS aetSIn
in thU thi ieti < < n are not res adjudicate adjudicateHaVinsf adju 1Iea 1IeaHaln <
HaVinsf Haln found and decided that the theplaintiff Uteplaintiff
plaintiff and John R Park werenever werenevermarried weM r rmarritd <
married precludes precld es a finding nDd on the ques question qUeion ¬
ion of estoppel that issue being JDe JDeIn merged mergedin
in the tb former formeria
ia the former K r W Wo a HAU Juds JudsCABLE JQdsO JQdsOI
I CD I ICABLE
CABLE BURNED OUT OUTSlany
Slany Telephones Tiepheni in inthe the Oity Cxty Put Out Outcf O t tcof I
cf Commission CommissionThe >
The underground telephone cable on onBrigham onBri
Brigham Bri < ham street burned out yesterday yesterdayafternoon l rdy rdyafternoon
afternoon about 3 oclock and as a w wrult tfFUlt
rult all the telephones Inthe In the eastern easternpart eaete1part
part of the city are completely out of ofcommission ofeonul1lFfllon
commission The cable contains 490 490viros 400Irps
viros Irps with about 250 telephones telephoneeo on the thecircuit theclruit
circuit circuitTho clruitTh
Tho Th > trouble was caused rau hy W the wjrt r rcoming rOlJ1lng
coming from the thawing snow running runninginto rUnltJRgInto
into a manhole and an filing ftUOIIa a break In Inthe 1 n
the cable which bumedlt burned 1 put Aforce Aforceof Kto Ktoof t
of men worked Mir t > afternoon afternoonand I Iand
and ail last ta t night repairing < the cable cableIf bre1 bre1If
If no further trouble is encountered encounteredthey fOnco btered bteredthfty
they expect x t to have the th cable b1e ia uW work lkins working ¬
ins order this th afternoon afternoonYesterdays i ie
e II IIOROLOGICA
OROLOGICA n ORT ORTYesterdays
Yesterdays Recordat R rd t theioeal eLo OfiBco OfiBcoof Officoof
of the Weather Bureau BureauMiiximum 1Jureitu1aximL
Miiximum m temperature tem rattlf 41 degrees deg l min minim MlnImfim ¬
Imfim im nm temperature US degrees de eoe mean tem temperature tetperalWf ¬
perature K dagrecs dgr which hi t degrees de rftg rftgabove j jabove
above the th normal Accumulated Ac mulat4d excels Ese of oftemperature 01temperat1i1e
temperature since 8Inc the first of the month 11 ftlhdegnea
7 degrees Accumulated defld ney ef eftemperature Gftemperature
temperature eince inee Jan 1 67 b degrees Total Totalprecipitation Totalwedpttatlon
precipitation from 4 p m to 9 p m I IInch 1Inch
Inch Accumulated Ae < multed deficiency d t1ien pi of precipi precipitation pr vi vitatton ¬
tation sinc < the tb first of the montk mo tJI43 tJI43irch A3 A3ircii
ircii Arcomulated A ml1fatMf defici drtIryo nryof precjjjiT precjjjiTtation pr ij ijtatl
tatl tation 1 fince tbe th 1st of January Jan lr S Inch InchJan inchtA1tn
tA1tn lh C Cwm
wm TI c HiuodlI w t Jo fi
Jan L Iai aIIP West Jorda Jordaleb J rd
nhT leb r kimball dt Irfsk Citr Citrin tU tULiliofi t
Liliofi in ri nont Salt t J kwTrif MO1 i iHarry > vis > j
larry A M lj11l1IPgr Hig T Kitloona la J JJ
Jcssio J i ElHott Salt Lake Cit it > i
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ISNOW STILL ITS liSWINDINGSHEET ITSiSHEET
WINDINGSHEET WINDINGSHEETOdY iSHEET iSHEETody
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ody ot J J Burnswood Not NotYet NotYet
Yet Found FoundI FoundSEARCH s sSEARCH
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SEARCH ALMOST GIVEN UP UPCORBSE
I ICORBo
CORBSE CORBo CORBoMAYLf 2IAY MAYLf jp w WHKHjB IT IS ISTILL ISTILL
TILL SPJJSEffG SPJJSEffGAH S RIDfG RIDfGt RIDfGAIl
t
AH AIl iJJ oy y YeSte steK y eixty men dug in inthe Inthe
the snow at t W searching rebioa vainly vah for forthe forthe
the body ot J < fe JJir J Bonwwood Bu who whowas whowas
was killed by a JeOHde wwUde down Patsy PatsyMarley I IMarlEY
Marley hill Vfrtvy i t night they theypractically
practically gave < up tli t1ae s earch b The Thesnow TheIInow I
snow had spread out over < Jthe e fiat at atthe I Ithe
the base of the hill lying 8v five t to ° fout ° r rteen I Itf
teen tf > tn feet deep over a eonslderabk lrea rea reaDigging f
Digging and prodding failed to disclose disclosethe dl1JCJ e ethe
the whereabouts of th lias body The prob probabilities ¬ i iabf1ltie
abilities now arc rttat It will be allowed allowedto
I
to remain wherever it to UKf tJVlil H the warm warmsuns warmsuns
suns of springtime melt the snow snowenough mowE
enough E to uncover this corpse corpseHaving corpseHaving
Having worked practically all fiight fiightseeking j jeeking
seeking to find the body the search searching ea eaJng ¬
ing party continued its labors yestei yesteiday yfsteday
day morning with reliefs and rein reinforcements ¬ f
forcements fOIeJl1f > ntl Tranches were dug in the theenow the8now
enow every two or three feet t In some someplaces I
places the snow suo was fifteen feet deep deepbut cIeepbut
but the > miners from tbe t different prop propprties
prties about Alt opd d their assistants assistantsworked aIIIf1Btantsorkeod
worked rapidly away with their theirshovels
shovels until they reached the solid solidground solidground
ground In every case their work was wasfruitless
I fruitless fruitlessOther fru1tl LI LIOther
Other men took long < iron rods which whichthey wlatenthe I
they the poked into the snow at short in interals Interals
terals seeking to determine the thewhereabouts I Iwhert
whereabouts whert > abouts of the body bod In several severalinstances I IIn
instances In taneeg it was thought that the end endof I Ior
of the th rod was all touching the body bodyDigging bodyDJggin
Digging disclosed the error errorFor errorFor
For a distance tll nce ef 8W feet fe t along a1 ng the therath tbepath
path of the snoVglide this method was wasfollowed Wasfol1owed
followed the parallel trenches > s being beingrun I II
I run across us far as it would be possi possible fblp ¬
ble for the body to be carried < In some somew
i w ay a or other the body was wa mimed mimedA
A rumor was circulated yesterday yesterdaythat ye terdar terdartliat
that a woman was a involved in the theslumslide theRnow8Ude
slumslide This bls was found to be un untru unI unItrut
tru trut J
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I PIERPONT SCHOOL SCHOOLXew 11 11I
New classes cl s in oratory 0111 tory physical cul culture ul ultlft ¬
ture literature and English EngU b Open Openclaas
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claas for mothers and children Tues Tuesday Tuewday ¬
day Feb II at 415 41 Miss XI Davis and andiliss aodI
iliss I Pierce Commercial club huildmr huildmrRing bundlngII
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r Ring 153 Write P O Box fOG for forDistilled forDistilled
Distilled Water Its easily done doneAnyone
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laughtlree
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Anyone Can Learn Leamto to 3e a Graceful GracefulDanoer j jDancer
Dancer in a Vary Short Time Timein
in Their Own Home Without Withoutthe W1t110Utthe I
the Aid of a Teacher TeacherAnyone Teachernyone
Anyone nyone no matter how awkward kward they theyma I IJDa
ma be now no can < quickly learn to be a agraceful aracelW >
graceful racelW and beautiful daneer ane by follow followms foUo foUotheiD5tructlons
ms the theiD5tructlons instructions given in the course courseof COUMIEof
of dancing tI ingJe lessons which we e will send sendfreeof j jfree <
free freeof or charge to any address Dancing id idthe
the most Innocent l nt beneficial and popular populardiversion
diversion known nown to society o ici i j jThe II IIthe
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The most awkward k child Ch1I quickly be j jcomes
con comes a perfect rfe < t and graceful dancer by byfollowing bvfo1
following fo1 vJhS the cimple Instructions whleh whhb whhbwe i iwe
we send free All children hndr take > naturally naturallyto
to dancing mid all they thf n nNft Hi to know knowte knowjs I >
te how ho to make th t < steps whirh hleb are so sodearly
dearly illustrate ilbt tra fCI that th t hy y can l01 n under understandihe undtrtandihe I
standihe instructions without the uM of ofin oran
in older person Nothing will HI give a child childsuch childsuch
such pleasure and at the > sam tune add adtito I Itb
to Its accomnlishmenta accomplh hmnt as will a know knowledge I I1ecIge
ledge of dancing It has been almost 1m 1mpO Im8Ibl
pO aible for miny mII children to receive in 1 1Mructlon I Iitructlon
Mructlon in this thi beautiful art but now i iail 1 1an
ail may ma learn Parent who ho wifeh their theirchildren thplrhlJdren
children to be happy healthy hEalth and gra j jnil
nil should send for forthi this course of free in instructions InItnlctJous ¬
structions for their children < even en though thoughthey thoughlbfrr
they do not care for it for themselves themselvExerel j
Exercise c is one of the necessary ne < r things thingsIn
In proper living IIvt and there is i no exercise exerciseat exfrci exfrciat
at onee O fe so Innocent so o healthful so sopleasurable ItO1eaftUrablf
pleasurable 1eaftUrablf and PO well plI adapted arfat d to the theIntermingling tiltfntermftgltng
Intermingling of men mt > n md womrn and andChildren andhlldren
Children as dancing Both Bot h serts > X can < in inAubjc I
tu Aubjc e in it with equal propriety and en enjoyment ppjoyment ¬
joyment Those who have not had the theadvantage
i ibo
advantage of mingling with polite society societyAho I
Aho bo are bashful awkward and are unabl unablle unablt8
le enter th thf presene of oompany or orstrangers
stnM1 strangers n will acquire within Ithtn a short shortLlrae horttime I
time perfect ease and an 1 faaltlep carriagf carriagfWith
With Ub it you uu will iII take < > n a dfjrre d re of con confidence < 11 11fide ¬ I
fide fidence in yourself ounwl which w kh will fit be b prn prntlcally praUcalh
tlcally useful under many man varying > cir cirftjmstanrcs dreum
eum ftjmstanrcs ftjmstanrcsTlwse tan tanTla
Tlwse fe lessons are ar s ro o rlrarly written and andlll an f fill
ill lll wtrated that the th most awkwar > i iKTwoti iKTwotiwilj ncofl ncoflWm
wilj soon OQn be bfoabk ablr to dancr dan gracefully gracefullyThey gritrltl11JMO
They teach tfIU h the waltz with reverse two twortep twostep
step an anl l threvstep in ten to fifteen min minute milalt ¬
alt ute They are ar free f They Thf arc ar not for j jMile iIt
Mile It Sv Ve > are giving the c Icssons un t all allubsrribera allFItbfMrfbent
ubsrribera dt t the Home Queen a pop popular ¬
ular journal It bj b stiifutly illustrntri illustrntriliecly Hlutlfnd1nlJly
liecly printed lrlrt and contains much valuable valuablenwl aluablcand
and useful information There are speeiaf speeiafdepartments pPMRfdpartments
departments giving instructions in truction > ou many manymatters mall mallmattell
matters of rotereij mten to the th ladies A o omrtment nrunent
mrtment of fancy fae work a department dc dcrdted 1 116teiI
rdted to n sekerping whvre h re our la laiy laiyreadrs iy iyreaders
readers f811 tti exchange > refines rfd and get in inrormation information
formation on any nernlexing DfrJlt > xing problem a aiepartment ade11tment
iepartment devoted to flowers and their theirntlture thflrttIlture
ntlture a department devoted to dress dressmaking drcsmaking ¬
making and a detriment 1f < > oartment which is is3sp Ise5
e5 3sp clally interesting to young YOt1 girls on onaealth onbealth
aealth beauv b al v and manners and added addedto
to all this its it many interesting nterti stories storieaire storiesare
ire of the higiiest bi t rap rapVe < a s sWe
We Ve will send this complet t > mpl t course ll1no ol ollancing o otandng
lancing instruetloiwi intru tlohl to ail new subsori subsorirs
t rs of the Homr Qu Qur n Tlip Tli > prke ROW ROWi OW
2 i tfl nyr Hfllr i 8Q urli4 rh ira > iraM iraonft
1 opp M rtunhy or st > tlrm IW f t n t thom
hom onft papers published I for ono full fullor2i eaa eaatoro
toro or2i csnts c nts All 11 itw sii i iriher TI n get et the theoS tblQlllrt
oS Qlllrt < rv < fif dancing d il < ing < j i > re ret S t > S Seats zP1lt
eats in nOHtage l uOMy 1Y in Uie l he Home Homeu home1pfn
u 1pfn rn 23 i ll haiiu a ill ftrcct Wuv > V < vilt viltlaiue jli
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Closing Clo ing ingOut
Out Laces
Lacesif
if ifThe
The ClosingOut Sale of ofOur
Our Entire Stock of ofLACES
LACES
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Continued Co tin ued for This Week WeekExtraordinary WeekExtraordinary
Extraordinary Values During This Sale SaleSpecial
Special Selling of ofMisses
Misses Jackets Jacketsi
f i l 14 1 16 18 Years YearsAges Y ears r f fAnd
And Girls Coats CoatsAges2t
Ages Ages2t 2 to 5 years e8rs in assorted styles and colors colorsvalue it
value to 8501 850 for l lSEE 2 95
SEE TOSDOW TOSDOWChilds miDOwChilcPaif5
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