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A LIBERAL FRANCHISE FRANCHISETh
Th The substitute franchise ordinance ordinanceI
I T reduced in the council and an PiH panged ed to tor toi tor
r i third reading on Tuesday evening eveninght evenl evenllht evenbht
lht ht to b be liberal enough to satisfy satisfyu
u th tM li Ji i t and railway company oomlMUtyhtalnly py pyr
< r htalnly talnly It is i quite a s liberal as good goodi
i ihKc I policy will ill justify and it Is Ist isT
t va T more generous than a large num numi iuntwould
i > would Jtppreve JtppreveThe apfwove apfwoveThe preve preveThe
The company y is given 5tVOflt en a a eensoljda eensoljdatin
tin 1lI t i 1 of all 11 its oW franchises which it ItaU Itati
4 ally aU > desires deairesfor fr5 for t the > protection of ofr oturity o osecurity
r security urity holders its union of com comi cornting
i ting street railway U1 tines w is i validated validatedi ted tedj
i is given an additional year for the thenoval thenovat theflOVt
noval of it it jtofes ee in the thebu business businessstrict btrninee8i iD iDstrkt
i strict and the life of its franchises franchisest
t 1 extended several years beyond the 1thei theesent
i esent term of its longest est charter charterOn charterOn charteton
On the other hand the forfeiture forfeiturec forfeitureauses forfeitureauses
c auses are retained and properly so aoause soBU soauso
BU ause no corporation will be molest mdestf
f I in its franchise rights r hts so long as it itobserves itbserves it3servea
observes 3servea the contract conditions by byhich BYhich byhick
hich it exists and the t e city should re resvrve refPn resrve
svrve fPn the forfeiture right as a matter mattert matterbusineso
t f > business protection The city also alsoTt aIsoTtSN8 alsoerves
Tt serves th tM privilege of granting oth other othH othCr ¬
er railways a right r ht of way over the theTnpanys themp thernpany
< < Tnpanys mp rnpany nys s tracks on fi equitable terms termsami t termsn rms rms1ntl
ami n 1 there can be no o reasonable objec objecon
r on to this unless the company in inifnds intfnds in1rds
ifnds to deny anybody etee the right rightM
M t operate over oer the public highways highwaysoi kifWw kifWwo
o oi the city and ao perpetuate an abso absolute absoLte absoLte ¬
Lte monopoly of public property The TheI1 Theunell
I1 C iincil is net Jl t inserting new provtekms provtekmstit
hit tit is insisting on the maintenance of ofexisting ornistiug ofeisthig
existing rights a under the old fran frant fMUtl1isE1i Iranhises
t hises hisesAs l1isE1iAs hisesAs
As matters stand now the snb sub subetit ti tit ti tit
t itr J jt t > franchise will iU i probably be passed passednext tl tlI passednext
< next Monday JIOt1 llY llYI llYand I and it will iIl then re rejiain reJa reaii
jiain Ja aii n for the company to say ay whether whetherHill whetherj whetherwill
j will accept a fair and liberal prop propition propO1f proptsItlOli
O1f tsItlOli > ition ion or refuse to accept anything anythingI nythi nythiIt
I it refuses then the council should shosidi
1 i r rnreed ric to condemn the right r ht of way wayi ay
i 011 ini d water wah 1 rights desired de lred Advocates Advocatesci
ci 0 the company pretetid to believe the thet
t j t of condemnation is based on a oe oetr def
tr f U r > to confiscate property pr prty without withouti wilnoutJmpensaUon withoutfl17fUStiOfl
i < jmjKtisation That of course e te fu futac fut
tac t If J piffle pit the credit c it of Salt Lak lAke and andti andtif andt
ti t A < courts of the state afford ample ampletnarant ampleJ
tnarant J l uaranle that any property JIi seized by byjgal byj bygal
jgal j gal process will be paid for at t its itsfull itsflIl itsILl1
full value valueThe valueThe valueThe
The grants raJlts embodied in the mibsti mibstit subetitite
t tite Jte franchise are ample as an ani anxrhne i ixrha
i xrhanee xrha tor the water rights rightsand rightsId rightsrightofwayne4etj
and Id right r rightofwayne4etj ht of way 7 needed by the thec
c i y and no further concession should shouldbe shouldh
be h offered even though t h the company companyshould COIftpaftyshould companyshould
should insist t on delaying deJay still 8t1t1thf longer longerthe Ionerthe
the citys dt s plan for an increase in the thewater theter theter
water ter supply supplyRECIPROCITY supp1yRECIPROCITY suppyRECIPROCITY
RECIPROCITY OR RETALIATION RETALIATIONPresident RETALIATIONPrsident RETALIATIONPresident
President Hagenbarth H nbarth of the Na National Natinnal a atinnal ¬
tinnal Live Stock association seems to tot toFr
t 111 > r > sanguine that President dent Roosevelts Rooseveltsc R04 Rooseveltsinjeratou IIevelscnoIeration
c 0ojeration with Uh th tM live stock inter interests 5nerrts ntercts ¬
ests may result in an adjustment of oftiriff oCtlriff oft
tiriff t riff relation relat with U foreign countries countriesAhuh coontriellhkh countrieskli
Ahuh hkh kli will open the foreign markets marketsRiain marlt marltagain marketsazain
again to American meats Mr Hagen Hagenlitrths laen laenLarths en enlarths <
larths smgffestie su tteA to the president t of offers nffcTS ofi ¬
i his a choice c of reciprocity or retalia retaliation retaIIatir retaUatio1L ¬
tion tionTo
To 4 the nonpartisan observer Mr MrHagetvbarths IrlIagenMrt fr frliagenbsrths
Hagetvbarths s optimism pti seems a Httfc Httfcpremature Jtttle1Itmature littierernature
premature During < the latter Jat r part rt of ofM eCtKlnleys ofMcKinleys
M McKinleys Klnleys administration numerous numerousreciprocity uuJ nuilerous nuilerousriprocIty erous erousndprocit
reciprocity treaties were initiated haY havkrg hayrg 1 1r
krg r rg in view few exactly the relief sought soughtfy soughtLy i ily
ly the live stock men but every im important Imp0rtant beprtant ¬
portant treaty for tRig th purpose was al all 1 1I
1 wed to die for lack I ck of confirmation confirmationt
t by > y the senate and the only JRI Important Importantm ImporiantITifaSUre huportentmasure
m ITifaSUre fa sure of reciprocity the treaty with withCuba withCuba withwa
Cuba wa was enacted under pressure pressurefrom pressurefom mMlre mMlreom
from om the sugar 1 trust trustSo tnNltSo trustio
So long u a the standpatters control controlthe controt controtthe
the t 1 e policy of the republican party just justsr justlong
sr long will they resist any effort to toipuljust toIPtdjust tolfldjust
ipuljust th tariff either by reciproci reciprocity ¬
ty V t treaties t isatIe or by direct changes in the thePjngley tbeJjngley theThngIey
Pjngley schedule So far as U s can ca be beF befen been
fen F en now therefore the only 0017altPrwa 0017altPrwaL alterna alternative alternatve ¬
tive L f is retaliation which means mou an ex excuse ecU oxu5e ¬
cuse U u5e for boosting the tariff rates rat still stillhigher tUIihigher stIlthigher
higher against A those countries rountr which whichare wJrielore whichire
are raising ra tariff walls againet t Ameri Ameritau AMeril
tau l an products productsSuch roductsSueh roduetsSuh
Such a programme Kograrn lle means practical practicalexclusion praetleallJusion practicalCu1USIOfl
exclusion of foreign imports and hi mre mreturn return re retarn
turn the exclusion of o American Amezj manu manufactures manlltadures mannfartures ¬
factures and food products from the theprincipal tileJrincipl thejrinct
principal jrinct markets of Europe Germany Germanyhas GfrJIIIUIYhas GermanyIas
has already prepared for this th eventu eventuality eventunhto eventuality ¬
ality France F has shut us out at a loee loeef 1oePrordinK ieeenrdIng
rordinK f < ording to Mr Hagrnbarth H Rhtth of ofOOtWM oM 41 414N00o
OOtWM annually to the t th live stock rais raisov Iitl raioe4
ov e4 alone Russia and AustroHungary AustroHungaryl AustroHu AustroHunbave ry ry1ae
l 1ae ave concluded reciprocity treaties treatiesuith treaUeith trentieth
uith ith th Germany which hkb will bring them themwithin theMithin themvAthin
within the SORe of tariff tjfand JIoeWIt JIoeWItand hostilities hostilitiesarid
and Great Britain which alone will re remain rewain reham
main ham 000 0 open is beginning begtnnft to throw trade tradeto tradetf tradeto
to the colOnies c with a resultant re refflts leas to tothe tothE tothe
the United States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The outlook is decidedly unpleasant unpleasantbecause vaplMuJantcaU8e vepleasantiecaUt
because caU8e it points straight Ml1 < bt to eommer eommeriaI eommertial commoneial
tial iaI war which bich can be quite aw costly costlyas co costlyreal
as real war without any of its excuses excuaesIf excusesIf
If the benefits of such a policy P ltelr ware warelestined welEstinedW wqretlestined
lestined lEstinedW to reach the ffi common n people peoplethere Iethere peoplethere
there nript niJ 1tt It be some oiu compensation in Ina Int
a 1 tarifjpwsr tarit tarIffvar mar as It i is the r rOtlI re1ftiar1iTe a bene beneticiarlag3jre benefiCiarlo
ticiarlag3jre fiCiarlo e the t trusts which Hsed i eed ed no HOtarlt notariff
tariff < fjdCflt eIt to porpetuut a rIt I
of O the th home market and give them the thepower thepower thepower
power to charge extortionate extorU nate prices pricesf pricesand
f and any preliminary policy would suit suitthem suitI
I I them exactly except possibly the beef beeftrust beelI beettrust
I
trust and the other trusts which deptnd de deprnd dcpond
pond upon up n th t tIle a foreign markets m l for the thesale theI thesaIehf
sale saJe1t of f their theIrStrpIus 1 ttrplus output outputPresident outputPre outputPreshlent
I President Pre l CDt Hpostyelt may tlvink him himself bimself himself ¬
self strong enough eAOUgh to t compel reci reciprocity Teprooity iedprocity ¬
procity an aJIt avert a tariff war ar but he heis heis
is apt to find n niB hands pretty full fullwitli fullwit
I witli nU such ch an effort particularly whenI whenhe when whenhe
I he is already alrea h pledged to a programme programmei
i df f raUroad coercion which will occupy occupyI occupyhint
I him for aome time to come comeRUSSIAS comeRUSSIAS comeRUSSIAS
I
RUSSIAS HOUR OF TRAVAIL TRAVAILComment TRAVAILI TRAVAILComment
Comment of the St Petersburg Petersburgnewspapers Petersburgl1ewspapera Petersburgewspope
I newspapers ewspope on n the disaster which has hasovertaken hasqvertaken hasOvertaken
overtaken Rojestvenskys Roje henltkys fleet fJe t pos possesses posI peaseusin ¬
sesses 5 special significance si lficance aside from fromthe fromthe fromthe
I the plainly worded hostility to the thebureaucracy Uiebure thebureaucracy
bureaucracy bure ucrac The papers except the thereactionary thereal1onary thereiuttonary
reactionary organs which wb eh are without withoutPOTHilar withoutI withoutPorular
POTHilar influence at this time voice voicean voiccan voicena
I
an unmistakable demand for immedi immediH4 immedipeace
H4 1l peace Even the once strong oppo oppositkm oppo19Ition oppoelt
19Ition sitkm elt to the payment paym t of an indemnity indemnityappears indemnityappears Indemnityappears
appears to have vanished and it is isstated isstated Isstated
stated with every evidence of satis satisfaction SIlUSfaet1on satisfaction ¬
faction that Russia Ru ia is i not likely to tohave tohave tohave
have trouble in meeting m tinl the payment paymentof pa moot mootof
of an indemnity as financiers fin nciers who whowere whowere whowere
were willing to lend money for a con continuation cot cottlmUtUon continutlon ¬
tinuation of the war are ready to step stepforward stepforward stepforward
forward with what hat money n y may be beitecessarj beDecesoar
itecessarj 1 eS to the conclusion of o peace peaceAssuming peaCPAssuming peaceAmuning
Assuming that the popular newspa newspapers J1W newpaprrs fMi fMiPi ¬
pers Pi rs voice the popular feeling it is isplain isplain Isplain
j plain ttatt the th Rasefctn 8iRn people realize realizethe realizethe realizethe
the hopeiessnesc of further hostilities hoKtiUtieseven hostilitieseven o Ultics Ulticsefn
even though t h the warlike members memers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the bureaucracy bureaUtnt < y will not concede coft < e that thatRussia tutRussia thatRussia
Russia is beaten beatenMingled beatenMingled len lenMh
Mingled Mh 1ed with Wt the clamors for peace peaceare peaceare peaceare
are demands dema for popular representa representation representation ¬
tion and open threat threats against those thosewho thosewho thosevho
who are responsible for Russias intr intriial inlrnal intrsal
sal misery mi ry and international humilia humiliation humiliation hurufliatkm ¬
tion There is no mistaking the t r ring ringof l1nfof ilngof
of the article in the t Slovo which onys onysEnough ays aysEnough ys yshEfIoOUCh
j Enough Blindfolded for two years yearsthe ye yearsthe rs rsthe
the Russian people have been march marching lmirehin marchlug ¬
lug in to tb brink of destruction but butthe butthe butthe
the bandages are now torn from the theeyes theeyes theeyes
eyes of 13 J iSNLlN M M of Russians RuS8 8ns and they theywill the thewill theywill
will neither ither be led nor driven over the theprecipice theprecipice theprecipice
precipice Let the ptopte ople speak speakS pe k kIf
S S If the bureaucracy this time timestands timestands timeStanda
stands between hoet een the emperor and the thenation thenation thenation
nation letit let it beware bewareIt
It is only a few yars rs since the pub publication tMIbUeaUon publication ¬
lication of o this would have sent the theeditors theedit0f5 theeditors
editors of the Slovo to Siberia yet the theSt theSt theSt
St Petersburg PecerslMt dispatches say sa nothing nothingof nothlt nothltof
of punishment of the newspapers newspaperswhich newspapershick newspaperswhich
which hick have so severely Ie < rely censured those thosein thosein thosein
in authority If the outcome of this thiswar thisWAr thiswar
war means that Russias bureaucracy bureaucracyte 00 leKucr C Ci
te i F doomed the bureaucracy has itself itselfto
to blame bla for the 1 he responsibility of the thewur tbe1U thear
wur 1U rests on it alone alonejyjR aloneMR aloneMR
alonee e
MR MORTONS SUCCESSOR SUCCESSORLittle SUCCESSORLittle SUCCESSORLittle
Little surprise e should follow the t an announcement ann annosncernnt ¬
nouncement n < that Secretary Morton < tOtI is isto isto isto
to xleave Inve the cabinet on July 1 It Ithas Ithas Iths
has for fo point H > me time been apparent that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr Morton orton has been out of accord accordwith aCtOrdwith accordwith
with the president on certain < policies policiesthat poticiestWIt Policiesthat
that Mr Roosevelt is anxious nxI to put nutin putin putin
in execution in the immediate itnt iate future futureand fltureand futureand
and a change chan In the navy department departmentwas
was as inevitable e Indeed recent public publicutterances publicuUenLItCU publicutterances
utterances by Mr tr Morton have brett en so somuch somuch somuch
much at variance with jtk the expressed expressedviews expreMedviews expressedviews
views of the president that Mr Rouse Roosevelt Rousevolt ¬ I IYelt
volt found it necesturr 1 to reaffiop his hisposition 118posttlon histioti
position tioti in order to head off a belief beliefthat belieftlNlt beliefthat
that he had changed c an his opinions A Aformal Aformal Aformal
formal statement that Mr Morton did didnot didDOt didnot
not voice O ce the administration s S senti sentiments 2entiJt1ents sentinents ¬
ments was even given Iven out outWith outWith I
With relations between I the head of ofthe ofth j jt
the t th navy nav department and the president presidentin
in this strained condition an early earlychange Mrlyha earlychange
change ha e w was tU to t be expected Mr Mor Morton 101ton Morton ¬
ton goes to New York to
assume assumechange assun assunha1lre asurnchange
change of the postefffee investigation investigationBy
By a strang stra
coincidence the
an announcement anDOun anfloufleOment ¬
nouncement DOun nt that Mr Bonaparte Bonap rte would wouldenter wouldenter ould ouldenter
enter the cabinet came out the same sameday sameday sameday
day as the confession n fesrioo of George GO e E ELorenz ELorenz ELorenz
Lorenz one ef r the men implicated in inths inth Inths
ths th postofYice frauds fraudsMr fratldgXI fraudsMr
Mr Bonaparte fe a a grandson of ofJerome o oJf1OMe ofJerome
Jerome Bonaparte Bo king kin of Westphalia Westphaliabut YeaPhaliabut
but is a native UVe of o Baltimore He will willbe wiltbe
be fiftyfour years of age 1e on June 9 9He ftHe L
He Is a graduate < of Harvard uni university uniVfnllt antversity ¬
versity Vfnllt the
presidents college and of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Harvard law school He lias b lo lout g
been recognised neG8n led as s one of the leading lead iA
lawyers lawye of Ute country COU try and has Ies IescorIspieIous been beenconspkions DeenOnspicioall
conspkions < in reform fornt work H H6 is i a aman a aDliln siman
man of
independent mean and it is
believed will work in complete tar harmony tarmort barmotiy ¬
mony mort with the president p nt on ail aUtJaat il issues
ithat that may come IK bfore fore the ad administration siilministradon 1 ¬
ministration ministrationFor
ministrationSI
SI SIFor
For the benefit of the uninformed
it ittihould Itbould Itshould
should be explained that CoL Wall be beMevee be1tfM beivee
Mevee the plan for improving Improvj Brigham Brighamstreet BrilRamstreet Brighamstreet
street is a1 a phantom iantotn an apparition apparitionthe
the imaged appearance of a person personwhetter person1IT personwbetlrrr
whetter living 1IT or dead in a place placewhere placewhere placewhere
where his body is
not at the same sametime sametime sa satime
time Now will you give ve up upFortunately upe upFortunately
e Q QFortunately
Fortunately for the people e of South Southern Southerli outk outkern ¬
ern Idaho The Herald
made It
un unnecessary 1 1necee annecesserj ¬
necessary necee necesserj ft far r them to wait for the theitluatratrrd theJUuatd theit1ustratd
itluatratrrd magazines to
learn the
re result result resuit ¬
sult of the great le8t naval val battle battleZ hattieOn
< QII QIIOn Z o oOn
On the may J the island is marked markedTwofcima markedTwMhna markedTsuIma
Twofcima but dont caM it
Tsu Tsushima T9tIBltlma Trashima ¬
shima island Shima is the Japan Japanese ¬
ese for IslandIn island islandIn
ICla IClaIn f i
In view of the th existing sHwtUon sttustJ in inthe inthe I
the national guard ard nl it is perhR Jerklli j just JMlitH justas wt wtas
as wU that t Utah K not ot threatened threatenedwith lMeat lMeatWith thrOoten4with
with invasion invasionAs
InasionCI CI
As we e gather ther it Mr Lorenzs I
cen cenfe cenf confeanisu
fe f feanisu a oti ill o M vaiu v chiefly c iffly as showing showingthat RitQwlngUaat showingthat
that the lb case was correctly stated In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the indictment loidictineutBeanie indictmentBennie
1 1BemQe
Bennie Booth has been released from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the reform school 11ooi but we defy that thatyouth th thatyouth t tyout1t
youth to explain how his release reJea e was wasaccomplished wasIi wassecomplished
accomplished accomplishedThe Ii hedThe
The Sviet of St Petersburg contends contendsthat omtjthat j
that peace at this time would reduce reduceKtMtsia nH1 reduceRussia uce uceRUBsh
Russia to a secendciaae c power hRe hRetiuoe Re Reduoe Reduce
duce ie I good goodAmerica bOOAmerie goodAmerica <
America has won the mug mu but bu we wesajl vcstl1 west1l
sajl maintain that Germany can amply arnlNYjt ern ty tyIL i iH
H itl1t > other nation naU n on Oftttf onrth
ttf 1 rth h f
o
j A REPETITION OF OFERROR OFERROR OFERROR
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ERROR ERRORUnder
Under U der the above caption cI tion the Deseret DeseretNewS DeseretNewi
Xews NewS of May 27 pubttetM iMg an editorial in Intblclt Inwhich
which It seeks to convey the id Idea a to the theTOtblle thePJlUllc thepuhite
TOtblle that the supreme supr me court of this thisstate thisstate thisstste
state erred erredin Jn its former opinion In the thenow thenow
I
now now notorious Hilton case in holding and anddeciding anddeciding i idecIding
deciding that sealing se li r In the Mormon Mormonchyreb Mormonchurch 1ormonchurcb
church in its ordinary sense and espe especially especially caredaily
cially the u sealing > performed perC between betweenSirs betweenIrs betweenMrs
Sirs Irs Hilton and the late Dr Park was wasnot wasnot
not a lawful marriageThat marriageThateditoriat marriage marriageThat wasI I
That Thateditoriat editorial also seeks to farther urt r con conv COIti conva i
v va y the idea that the recent re opinion of ofopinion orthe ofthe
the supreme court afnrml affirming 7 its former formeropinion formeropinion
opinion in the same case is ya a repetition repetitionof
of error errorTha errorThe errorThe
The News seeks to inject into the case casesomething casesomething casfisomething
something that is practically immaterial immaterialto
to the purpose of the Hilton case viz vizthat Izthat vizthat
that there are in the Mormon church churchthree churchthree churchthree
three forms of sealing se8U aealingone one one for time timeonly timeooh timeonly
only one for eternity only and one In Inchiding IRcludlnl ineluding
chiding both time and eternity And the theeditor theeditor theeditor
editor goes off on his hobby to try tries triestl triesto
to make it appear that therefore the sw swpreme supr aspreme
preme pr me court must be in error It fur further further further
ther refers to another case not included includedin
in the Hilton case proper nor a part of ofthe ofthf ofthe
the record but which is known as the theMcCornick thecCornick theMcCornick
McCornick cCornickThe case caeThe caseThe
The News editorial referring to the thecase theeftS thccase
case eftS and the sealing question says saysThe saysThe
The Deseret News at the time jf < f the liteConner theformer
former decision in this case explained the the5Ubject thesubject
subject fully full and 00 we need not repeat the thearticle thearUd thearticle
article It was further elucidated in a acase Rcase aRae
case involving the same question in in the thedistrict thedistrict thedistrict
district court and the three forms of ofsealing orM1Iling ofselng
sealing were minutely explained explainedThe IxplaItJtdThe eXplainedThe
The same > editorial says also That the thecourt theOUrt thecourt
court erred in that statement of fact factHAS factHAS facthAS
HAS BEEN FULLY AND A D COMPLETE COMPLETELY
LY ESTABLISHED BY SWORN TESTI TESTII TESTIMONY
MONY IO XY in court and elsewhere > and the thecontrary thecontra thecontrary
contrary contra is well understood Kl by members membersof
I of too church who are posted po ted as to its itsrites itsritES LIZrites
rites and ceremonies ceremoniesThe ceremoniesThp ceremoniesTin
The testimony tEStimon to which the News re refers reera
fern era in its editorial and which it rites MS MSauthority JlRauthority s sauthority
authority to how that what it alleges allegesHAS ane allegesIAS es esHAS
HAS BEEN B < EN FILLY AND A D COMPLETE COMPLETELY COMPIE11IY OMPLElELY ¬
LY ESTABLISHED is nothing more nor norless nork norless
less k S6 than the testimony of the editor of oftlie ofthe oftle
the News Riven upon the he witness stand standin tndin
in the th McCorni MrComkk k case a e above > referred to toand toand toand
and which it cites as s authority authoritThf
The News N has all along aJolt in its various variousi nlriollNfUtorials variouseditorials
i editorials from time to time roundly roundlystated roundlstal roundlystated
stated stal that there was a form of marriage marriapcin marria c cin
in the t church called sealing sf > alln for eter eterI fternt eterflity
I nity nt only onl and not including Unit being hetn hetnIn >
I in fact an entirely different dtff rent ceremony ltY
from tim other twO two alleged cereJllORle3 cereJllORle3atM1
and excluding any right ri ht between the p par parUe perties r
ties thereto to cohabit together to ethel in this thislife thislife
life but wh W wheit ii th t the News editor was s upon uponthe uponthe
the witness stand in the McCornick case catWuvon caseupon
upon crossexamination < he fell down in inhte
Ida effort to elucidate upon the propo proposition propo4tIon ¬ I II
sition or otherwise by his elucidation lMcidationh i ih
I h showed clearly that there was no such suchceremony suchceremony
It ceremony that the ceremonies were all allone alland allone
one and the same nw and that it was left to tothe lolhe tothe
the parties rU after being I in sealed 11 to de determine determine ticteriflifle ¬
termine whether or not they woiiM co cohabit 0habit cohabit
habit together In other words wor that the theintention theInte theintention
intention Inte llon of the th parties or the under understandinc nndtrsUtltdin underatheelinc
standinc between IM > twetn the th parties was the thecoMtrottfnsr t tCOJItr thecoiitreiflnr
coMtrottfnsr COJItr lln factor in th the theJf91lowinb cnee cneefollowing cieselo1iow1ng
following is an extract from his testi testimony testi1nOft testiflour ¬
flour monyQ 1nOft 1nOftQ flourQ
Q You say sa that there e are three tiLt dtfferetit dtCe tiLtcrest
crest Ce u ceremonies ceremoniesA Jre
A I say there C are three different forma fermsof formaof
of settling settlingQ i iQ
Q Then there > are three different forms formsof formsof formsof
of sealing are there not notA BOtA notA
A Yes there are three different Jif erewt core ceremonies eereRIOI coremouies ¬
monies moniesQ RIOI e8 e8Q
Q And you t have bee iieeii directed to toflfiate of offkiate
ficiate in these t ceremonies ceremoniesA ie5 ie5A
A Not all of them themQ themQ themQ
Q Have you 00 been ttir directed Hrct tM d to officiate officiatein
in the scaling sea line < ceremony cereJ Ofty
A Yes YesQ YesQ YesQ
Q Have you 0 done so soA 20A soA
A Yes YesQ YesQ YesQ
Q And you say y there t e arc three kinds kindsA
A 1 Yrs sir sirQ sirQ sirQ
Q And three forms formsA
A Yw sir sirQ sirQ airQ
Q The T general nend rule in the church ordi ordinance trdina ordilianees
nance na is that eternity includes time timeisnt timej tOneisnt
isnt j It ItA ItA 1tA
A The general gen 1 rwl n ride or understanding of
it is that stilt tilL there is a distinction dt in inthe inthe Inthe
the church in regard r rd to ceremonies seine IOf seinefor omefor e efor
for eternity alone some for time atone atoneand a aand aloneand
and some for tin ti time > and aJI eternity 6t rnity So Sothere Sothre Sothere
there would bo a distinction in that cas casQ case eafWQ caseQ
Q In n your opinion does the intention intentionof jnt ntion ntionof
of the parties cut It any figure n lIrp or o is it gov governed go goellWd governed ¬
erned altogether alt ethr by the ceremony Cfrf1 OnY OnYJ
A J I think the intention of the parties partiesgoverns partiesovrng partiesgoverns
governs ovrng to a large extent very large i8r e ex extent eXtent cxtent ¬
tent because U it is the basis of it all
Q Suppose Sup that a man ma and woman are areseated aresealed re reettled
seated > as husband and wife in the com common OImon coinnon ¬
mon acceptation ac tatlon of the term and they theycohabit tlwyrokabtt theycohabit
cohabit together to < ether thereafter do you ou un understand und tinileratami ¬
derstand d tand under the law ef the church churchthat churchtlmt churchthst I
that it would he adultery that is under underthe undert tinderthe
the t general ueral acceptation of the term seal 8eaIInC sealinn sealing ¬
InC for time and eternity
Objection ObjectionThe ObjectionThe ObjectionThe
The Court CourtHe He may answer it itA itIt itA
A It wouldnt be considered adultery
if I understand undf > rstancl the question right 1 1Utlnk 1InK Ithink
think InK I do doQ doQ doQ I
Q With reference ref rffKe to what bat you claim claimto claimto claimto
to be a sealing linl for eternity eterntt only onl in such sucha sueta i
a ceremony ony as that is the right to co ¬
habit in time or the time proposition propositioneliminated propositioneminated propositioneliminated
eliminated eliminatedA
A If you Ott wan 1n in the understanding of ofthe ofthe orthe
the contract of seating ng I would say 5a yes
it is eliminated eliminatedQ
Q I mean in the ceremony
A I dont s say y In the ceremony ceremou I would wouldsay wouklsay woukisay
say in the understanding 1Indf > tandl of o the contract
Q I say in the ceremony too tooA tooA
A The ceremony NI cerensouythere > JtlfJylherp there wouldnt W4Mt1dntanythloJ be beanything beanything
anything said p perhaps rhaps about that
Q Then would ould the ceremonies be the thesame thesante
same sameA sa santeA
saA A They Th > y wouldnt be t he same me in the theway th thwa theway I
way wa I have explained Sealing Sealin that would
be for eternity et rnit would be for eternity If
it were for time ti it would ould be for time U if
It were ere for time and all eternity it would
be for all times timesQ ti tiQ
Q Bishops hops marry for time timeA timeA
A Yes Y fir firQ PirQ sirQ
Q That is not sealing < 7 7A
A No sir but there are sealfogs for
time as well wellQ wellQ eJl eJlQ
Q I understand you said 1 that but this thiseternity thiseternity
eternity profHMRUott JrOpOI prOpOiiItlOiI4OeS ttfJltcloes does the th ceremony
describe there that it is simply a straight straightsealing stra straightsealing ht htallnfl
sealing allnfl for to eternity etfrnit or does it say they
have no right to cohabit babit In time
A If I f it relates to the ceremony I say y
no The ceremony doesnt state that thatusually thatusnan thatusually
usually usuallyQ usnanQ
Q Does it state tatc it at all Is I there a
set farm fwrmA
A There TIM is a set form for each of o
these stealings lfn I have spoken shout 1 and
there t is a form in which htch some things th are areeliminated arefltmtuted areeliminated
eliminated It doesnt nt say specifically
that they must J111I t not live together That
te k the understanding between the t par ¬
ties t not in the ceremony cereroonvQ Nn > IPfflJ IPfflJQ S S SQ
Q Have yo you 0It been present at t a sealing tnJ
where herf a woman wu sealed to a man for foreternity
eternity only onlyA
etnl etnlQ A V Ye Y e dv dvQ fr frJ
Q J DId the parties thereafter cohabit
together togetherQ
A They 61 1t tQ notQ
Q You are sure of thai Z
A I am sure of it in some cases be because he heU1Ie because ¬
cause U1Ie one of the parties was dead
Q QI Well was II he dead when we he was wassealed wasMIR wassealed
sealed sealedA MIR
MIRA A In some eases easesIt conesIt
I
It is apparent that the witness state statement 8t8ttntft1t statemont ¬
mont that there were three different I
forms of the sealing ceremony as made I
in the first instance was mi misleading Jeadl1lf and
insincere for he subsequently ub admitted
in effect that the ceremonies c S were the thesame th thsa thesame
same sa and that t at the > only difference was a8
in the > understanding between the par parties parlies parties ¬
ties not in the ceremony terelDOl1 terelDOl1editor
The editor further admitted on cross crossexamination croneexantnatioi r re
examination e after a great deal of doug ftod
Inc and evasion that if a man and wo woman woman weman ¬
man were pealed 1fod under the ordinary ac acceptation a actatlon noeeptattoit ¬
ceptation of the term and had previous ¬
ly had an understanding between them themselves themeives ¬
selves th tht = t they would not cohabit to together to togfthcr topetber ¬
gether in this life li a and d they after the thesewHng thusealing >
sealing ltng changed their minds and lived
together that such cohabitation would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not be > adultery
The News editorial is i decidedly unfair unfairthe unfairtft
tft tM supreme court fff tIM reaooon as asthe I
the News well Knows knows that the sealing j le Un I
Jaw of the church as contained co tAlned in sec amlieu <
Uon 132 of the Book of Doctrine Dmfnlseoveuanta and
Covenants was introduced in i evidence evidenceand evidenceand
and was recognized rf < OJrntzM by h all the parties pertJ in inthe Inthe inthe I
the CH C case e rs a Irw I w to the church and andthat andtht t Ithat
that the section referred to describes but butone butmN bu butflf
one tflf form of sealing tR and that is for time timeand timeRnd timeaini
and for eternity eternityThe eternityTae eternityThe I
The editor of the News > in his cross crossexamination crOlltexamlnallon crossexamination
examination gave much evidence evkl evkIen of men Meflt seestat mental ¬
tat t reservations re ervaUons and evasions evMl in his an answers Inlswers answers ¬
swers He admitted that the revelation revelationsection revelation8cctJon revelationsection
section 133 I above referred to was a law lawto IIlwto lawto
to the fit church Following te i an excerpt
from that part of his testimony testimonyQ I
Q Then are your statements about i ipreposition tpreposition I Ipr8posltion
preposition of sealing higher than te telaw Utelaw thelaw
law i iA IA
lawA A A No they tM are not higher than the thelaw I Ilaw I Ilaw
law they are my convictions eonvlctoeQ i
Q Q I am not asking askl you what they are areget areStop areA
A Stop A moment You are try1n trying to toget toret
get me lab i t a tr trap and I dont want to tohe
be caught Your questions are re put In InJust Inlust Injust t
Just that way wayQ y yQ
t lust Q The questions are mine 11ine id e b hut t the an answers ¬ I Iern
1 1The
swers ern are yours yoursrile t tTho
The testimony n of the president of r the theOtturoh tbpOliuroh theohurob
Otturoh rf referred rred to by the News editorial editorialshows editorialsbows editorialshows I
shows that If there th rf ever were such cases
In the theWurek iChwrch as soalings for etoraity etoraity0Bl5V etorniUQI
0Bl5V QI 1p that ohnt they wees Wa5bexe ereftptionally Ption lty rare rarearfd rareadd rareadd
add ha Ifaf Itattlouig c long ago In CaHen Into disuse and
Imtfo net been permitted permittedFollowing ltted
Following is an excerpt ere rpt from fro1 the tcsti
1 QcllItlrY II
The third annual breakfast < t of the Re Reviewers Rcviewers RevIewers ¬
viewers club was the largest la est social socialevent 00 SOCialevent 181 181eyent
event of yesterday The breakfast was wasgiven wasgien W5Sgiven
given at 12 oclock at the home of Mrs SirsDavid MrsDaId MrsDacid
David Evans on the east drive The Theclub TheCIUD Theduo
club colors green and gold were used usedin usedin usedin
in the decoration of the table which whichwas whichwas whichwas
was arranged with covers for eighteen eighteenj
A cover of yellow satin was partially partiallYbIdden partiallyhidden
bidden with a lace cloth and over this thisplumosa thisplumosa thisplumosa
plumosa was loosely strewn High cut cutglass eutglAss cutglass
glass vases held buttercups and daisies daisiesand daiEiefCand dealsand
and low bowls of cut glass gla were ere filled filledwith filledwith filledwith
with tiny yellow roses Place cards in ingreen Ingreen Ingreen
green and gold showing the monogram monogramof
of the club were at each place and andserved andsened andserved
served as souvenirs souvenirsMn souenirslIn souvOnirsMrs
Mn < = B EA > A Wedgwood acted act l as toast toastmistress to5tI toastmistress I
mistress and following the th courses coursesairs coursesMrs coursesMrs
Mrs Charles G Plummer responded respondedwith respondedwit respondedwith
with wit a song The Clock Hath Stricken StrickenTwelve StrickenTwelve I
Twelve Upon the Bell Mrs lrs Ellen El Elliott Elu4tt
j 1 liott spoke a brief invocation and Mrs Mrsi MrsE MrsE
i E O Le Lee the retiring president spoke spoketo
to the toast Lost to Sight to Memory MemoryDear MemoryDear MemoryDear
Dear Mrs Irs David Evans the Incom Incoming Incompresident Inbornlag ¬
lag president spoke on The Best Pi Pilots Piio1 ¬
lots Have Need of Mariners Besides BesidesSails BesidesSails
Sails Anchors and Other Tackles TacklesI TacklesMrs
t I Mrs J C McClain had a humorous humorousi humoroustoast
j i toast taking takIn the line hAll All This Is the theNatural theNatural theNatural
Natural Consequence of Teaching Girls Girlsto Girlsto Girlsto
to Read and Mrs Irs William miam Igleheart Iglehenrttook Iglehearttook
took With Eyes Overrunning With WithLaughter WithLaughter VithLaughtr
Laughter LaughterFollowing LaughtrFollowing LaughterFollowing
Following the set et programme Mrs Irs J JC JC JC
C Royle one of the charter members membersi
i of the club lub spoke a few words of greet greeting greetlug ¬
i lug in aftera long absence caused IIU by b ill illness iUnest Illness ¬
ness nest and absence from the city it Mrs MrsRoyle MrsRoyle MrsBoyle
Royle had no prepared speech but her herwords hfOrords herwords
words ords were received r eied with Ith the most cor cordial Cordial cordial ¬
dial expressions eXDre siong from the other mem members membeN mornbers ¬
bers bersThose beNThosc bersThose
Those at the table were Mrs David DavidEvans DavidEY DavidEvans
Evans EY n Mrs Irs Ellen Elliott Mrs F A AVincent AVincEnt AVincent
Vincent Mrs J J I Talbot Mrs n E Jo A AWedgwood AWedgwood AWedgwood
Wedgwood Miss l1t Della Snow Mrs n J JP TP 1 1p
P Cobb Mrs Charles G Plummer r Mrs MrsJ MrsJ Irs IrsJ
J C Royle Mrs lrs Hal W Yo Brown Mrs Mrsmony Mrsmeny
mony of President Smith in i the Reed ReedSmoot ReedSmoot
Smoot case in congress congressMr congressMr
Mr r Tayler TaylerAre Are re there sealings sUit sttligoing sUitx stillgoing
going x ing on for eternity alone a not for Ura tOne Ume1i tOneMr T TMr
j i Mr Smith SmlthXot Not that I know of unless unlessthe 511105the
the parties are dead deadSenator deadSenator
Senator Foraker F takerDo Do y yost marry people peoplefor peottlefor
for eternity and not fqr time timeMr
Mr Smith SmlthYhell When they are dead yes yessir yessir
sir
Mr r Tayler TaylerLiving Living persons S have Iavl been beenunited
united for eternity have they not notMr nolMr
Mr Smith SmllhI I think there have been beensome MRSQme < a
some few cases of that kind kindMr
Mr Tayler TaylerHow How recently have you youknown youknown youknown
known of that kind of a marriage marriageMr marrj3SIr
Mr Ir Smith SmitbXot Not very v ry recently recentlyMr
Mr 11 Tayler TavlerDo Do you mean five years yea or ortwentyfive ortentvffve ortwentyffve
twentyfive years yearsMr yearsIr yearsMr
Mr Ir Smith SmiihOh Oh twenty years or ormore ormore ormore
more moreThe moreThe moreThe
The Chairman ChairmAnIs Is the sealing ling for foreter foretertilty eter eternity ter terRity ¬
nity ever performed between two living livingmortals Jtvi livingmortals f fmort
mortals mortalsMr mort mortalsMr Js JsMr
Mr Smith SmithI I have heard rd Mr Chairman Chairmanof
of one or two instances insta of that kind kindMr kindMr kindMr
Mr Worthington orthlngtonBetweell Between two living livingpersons 1tYI 1tYIpersons IIVIpersons
persons personsMr personsMr
Mr 11 Smith SmithBetw Between n two living persons personsThe pe peThe personSThe
The Chairman ChairmanCouJd CouM a person living livingin Ihtn IhtnIn
i in polygamy married for time be scaled scaledto
to some other woman for eternity eternityMr eternltlr
Mr Smith SmithXo No sir sirIt sirIt sirit
It is interesting to note that after all allthe allthe allthe
the effort and the numerous editorials of ofthe orthe ofthe
the News and the alleged sworn testi testimony tetlmony testimony ¬
mony and elucidation by the he editor editorof
i of the th News on the witness wil stand that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the court did not accept a > tDt his testimony testimonyor I titfton i ior
or take the News editorials as 31 iii thor thority thorIt thority
ity It Clearly the News has a sri ri van vance vanceHiDSt Vanceagainet e eagainst
against HiDSt the supreme court courtThe courtThe courtThe
The News has constantly < insCed i08i ted that thatthte tMtthis thatthis
this ParkHilton marriage was a9 not a mar marriage marrlage marriage ¬
riage for time but for eternity ete > only onlyThat onl onlThat onlyThat
That assumption is altogether altogt > tht > r inconsist inconsistent in incoestatent t t ¬ i ient
ent for the reason r < on that the t president of ofthe 0tlM ofthe
the Mormon churnh required the th parties partiesto I
to sign In a church Vlivorce 1horCt wherein they theyagreed theyagreed I IagrNd
agreed that we the undersigned John JohnR
R Park anti Anne his wife before her hermarriage hermarriage
marriage to him Anne Armltage do here hereby herfb hereby
by b mutually covenant promise and andto agree agreeto agreeto
to dissolve dl 50he all the t relations which June havhitherto havehitherto
hitherto existed exit d between h twftn us as husband husbandj husbundanti i
j and wife and to keep ourselves M1 h separate separateami separateand ate ateand
and apart from each cb other from this time timeforth timeforth
forth forthIn i iIn
forthIn
In witness witn whereof we have hereunto hereuntoset
set s t o our ir hands at Salt LaVe City il U Pi T Tfhte Tibis
ibis 18th day of March Ifareh1SfI 1ST 1STSigned 1575 1575Signed
Signed JOflN Rl it PARK PARKSigned PARKSigntd PARKSigned
Signed ANNE FLORA PARK PARKSigned PARKSigned
USig Signed d in presence pr ence of D McKenzie XcKenzJeand MeKenaicandJanice and andJames
James Jam Jack JackIt J1 JackIt k kIt
It was not until after the execution of ofthis orthis ofthis
this church divorce dl01 that the h lady dy was wasyermitt wasaermitted as
yermitt > d to be remarried If the war warriage searijare
riage was for the next world Orld only on cer certainly certainly ¬
tainly they thc did not need a divorce for this thisworld thlworld thisworld
world worldIn worldIn worldIn
In relation to the Hilton case ra caseof of which whichao
so much has been said the public has hasno hasno hasno
no special cowwa IOfMJt it esreKvoRly to tothe see seethe seethe
the right prevail and the law vindicated vindicatedThere vindicatedTlterl vindicatedThere
There is one thing very en apparent how howfwr however
ever rml nd it is a matter of common eommonJtnowledf commonknowledge
knowledge that thousands of people have havebeen havebeen
been sealed f according to the form of ofmarriage ofmarriAge ofmarriage
marriage known and recognized In the t tIonnn theMormon
Mormon church and that thousands of orhildrfn ofchikirci
children have been n born as the result of ofsuch ofsuch
such marriages Quaer QusereDous DOfS tM News Newswant tW5 tW5want
want such issue declared illegitimate iII iUmlltf > by bythe bythe bYthe
the court of last la t resort r ort or what does It Itwant itwant Itwant
want Quaere QnaerfIs Is It not to the interest interestof
of all the members of the Mormon church churchand churrhand churchand
and to the people of the th state of Utah Utahand ttahROO Utahand
and for the benefit of all our land ten tenures tenures tenurea ¬
ures that all such marriages marI1a should be betreated betreated betreated
treated and regarded as a valid subsisting subsistingmarriages SUb suinistingmarriages i8t1lJb i8t1lJbmltrrla
marriages mltrrla es under the th law of the land landAs landAs handAs
As the public sees it about the only onlything onl onlthin onlything
thing thin that could by b any reasonable rtMOna If pee polIs peesthliitv
sibility s hillt have been n accomplished by this thitfll thiSsecond
second fll appeal to 0 the supreme court In Inwhich inwhich Inwhich
which it was asked to reverse its it former formeropinion Cormeropinion formeropInion
opinion was to accommodate or vindi vindicate vindtcats ¬
cate this alleged sworn statement vlOOI1 and andsundry Jtnd1Indry statsundry
sundry editorials of the editor of the theNews theNews i
News fWS Tt is clear also that this last ap appeal appeal ¬
peal has been a useless use1 esc1 and < unnecessary unnecessaryexpense nnecaEaryfxpense I
expense to the University of Utah to the theextent Uteextent theextent
extent of several thousands of dollars dollarsThe dollarsI dollarsThe
I t tThe
The HoIdUp Evil EvilTo EvilTo EvilTo
To The Salt Lake Herald HeraldSome HeraldSome HeraldSeine
Some months ago The Th Herald printed printedwhat prlntMhat printedwhat
what hat I regarded r > as a very ver timely article articleon
on the subject of holdups and burglaries burglariesAt
At that time I intended to commend the thearticle thearticle thearticle
article and also to add briefly some few
ideas of my own on 1 the t h he subject subjectIt 1mb > L LIt
It is apparent to all observant o rvant persons personathat personsthat personsthat
that more stringent methods and more moreeffective moreefffCUve moreeffective
effective laws will have to be employed or orelse orel orelse
else el the rights freedom and protection protectionof
of the citizens < itlztn will become more > and more morea
a farce and a travesty It is not credit creditable creditable creditable ¬
able to our civilization clvfJiza ion and our methods methodsof
of government that we have at least 160 160per 1 1per 150per
per cent more > holdups and robberies in inthe inth inthe
the th fnited States than obtain in the so socalled 80called socalled
called monarchies and despotisms of the theold theold theold
old world By this I dont mean to dis disparage dlspara dispitrage ¬
parage para e our theory of government It may may maybe
be that in our country owing to its ex ex extent cxtent
tent and the th > various chances chanc for criminals criminalsto rimlnalsto
to olude detection detfO < tion and capture that we wecannot wecannot wecannot
cannot be as a efficient In capturing and andpunishing andpunishlnlt andpunishing I
punishing this class of criminals as the theolder t tolder theolder
older nations but it seems to mo in inorder inOrdfr InOrder
order to stop these th wicked and criminal criminalpractices criminalpractket criminalpractices 1
practices it would be well for the may mayors mllVors mayors ¬
ors of the different cities and the vari various various van vanous ¬
ous county authorities as well as the thegovernors thegOVtM1Ors thegnverng
governors gnverng of the states to be given Iven a aspecial aHptCiat aspociat f
special contingent conUn ent fund to ferret out at t
the very v o time of the offense these des desperadoes desperadoes desperado ¬
peradoes peradoesIf peradoIf
If our statutory law is not sufficient sufftcientnow L i inow
now it should be amended and it should
be made a capital offense punishable by
death or life imprisonment impri onment in the diecre i itlon
tlon of the court urt for any person to rob robor robor robor t
or attempt to rob and xn bold b kI up people on n i
thf the sheets or In their th > ir homes llO I do T Twhen not t
think this fenllltr would be too severe verr a as aswhen
wh when > JI these wretches go o abroad they thp go powith gowith
with ith the intention of killing klllln or maiming mai nlng I
if necessary nec r As I these offenses are a re re 1
preach to our civilization soul nd our ROV ov
ernmem radical measures should be
adopted not only on 1 in this city and state
b but it in h j very f Ver city sUt state and territory in In 1
the Union TIcIonSalt 10 nion
CITIZEN C1T1hNThe I
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The Manual of Statistics 1905 1905The 1905The 1905The
The twentyseventh twcPU cvpnth annual < issue u of
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The lecture which was as to have been beengiven beengiven J Jgiven
given at t the Ladles Literary club this thisHome thisf thiserrtIng
f errtIng lng under the auspices of the theHome theHome
Home Protective league by Dr T TPInkerton W WPinkerton v j
PInkerton has been postponed on ao aocount 3 3ount account
count of the number n mber of events at pres prescot > s sent i ient
ent The league will hold the regular regularmeeting regularmeeting regularmeeting >
meeting this afternoon with Mrs D H HTwomey HTwome 11Twomey
Twomey TwomeyWilliam TwomeViJ1iam
0 0William
William Bain will wlllleaC leave today for Los LosAngeles LosAngeles LosAngeles
Angeles and after a visit Isit of a fort fortnight fortnight fontnight
night will return accompanied by his hisbrother hi hibrother
brother Royal RoyalTh I
0 it itThe 0 0Th
Th The > marriage of Miss 1185 Ruby Peyton Poytonand PeytonaDd Peytonand
and James Edward Tattersfleld whi whidl whidlwas whhhwas h hwas
was reported in yesterdays e terda 5 Herald HeraldI Heraldtook Heraldtook
I took place Friday Frida last at high noon in inHoly iilHoly inHoly
Holy Trinity church Philadelphia The Thei ThesenIce Theservice
i service was read by Rev Frank Kraft Krafta j ja i ia
a former Salt Laker who is now as asistant assistant j jsistant
sistant rector of that church The bride brld brideIs j
is a daughter of Mr Ir and Mrs Gill b bPeyton Ston i iPeyton
Peyton ton Mr and Mrs lrs Tattersfield left leftSaturday leftSaturday I
Saturday morning for a tour of Europe EuropeMrs Europe1IrE EuropeC
C 00 00Mrs
Mrs M 1 A Barrett Barrett and Miss Cassady Cassadyleave CA assadyleave sad sadlee
leave today after a stay of a week for fortheir fortheir fortheir
their home in Logan LoganCCC
Loa
CCC CCCMrs <
Mrs C B Channel and children are aredowa aredoYoJ aredown I
down from Idaho and are the guests of ofher ofher ofher
her parents Mr and Mrs Ulysses UI S5es Du Duguet Duguet Duguet
guet guetA I
it itA 000 000A
A table dhote dinner will be served 5 servedtomorrow nEd nEdtomorrow J Jtomorrow
tomorrow evening at the Country club cluband J Jand Iand
and besides b ides that the usual tea will willon be beon beon
on in the afternoon uftf > rnoon The hostesses hostessesnamed hostes5PSnamed hostessesnamed
named are Mrs Ir R C Gemmell Mr Mrs L LL 1 1L i iL
L Terry Ttrr and Mrs Irs F S Bascom and andtea andtea andtea
tea tennis and clock golf are all sched scheduled scheduled ¬
uled uledilis
Miss Florence Kimball Miss liss Nora NoraVan NoraVan I
Van Cott and Miss IiS5 Jenna Budd Geddes Geddesare I
are all 11 home from a visit with friends friendsin j jin
in St Louis where they have been since 5in slitcethe e i ithe Itile
the close e of school j I Iit I
it 00 00The
I
The Misses M fffi Mary and Katherine KatherineCauffield KathErineCauffleld KatherineCaulfield
Cauffield will m leave shortly to spend a apart apart i ipart
part of the summer In the northwest northwestMiss northw st stMiss
0 0Miss
Miss Eloise Sadler will m return from fromTrafalgar fromTnt fromTrafatgttr
Trafalgar Tnt lpr institute late in the present presentmonth pr presentmonth sent sentmontb <
month and will remain here through throughout ¬
out the summer summerMrs summerM
0 0Mrs
Mrs M F D Bkkford and the Misses MissesRuth MissesRuth Ii tH > S i iRuth
Ruth and Lydia Palmer will leave to today toda today ¬
day da for New York whence v e they sail sailnext sannext sailnext
next Wednesday for a tour of Europe EuropeMiss EUlOJIi85 >
000 000Miss
Miss Ii85 Marguerite Donnellan will br bftrom behome i ihome
home from California the end of next nextwe nextweek nextweek
we week k kMiss
it itliliES 0 0Miss
Miss Mary Smedley Smedle is expected homo homofrom bOffifront homefront
front the east the latter part of June JunfIlr JuneMr i iMr
Mr and Mrs < W W Yo H Curtin may InK accom lecompan aecornpany j jPany
Pany pan her home to spend a part of the thesummer j jsummer j jI
summer summerThe summerThe
0 0 0 0The
I The Misses Evelyn and Eudora Daly Dalywill DalyWill Dalywill
will be home Sunday from National NationalPark NationalPark NationalPark
Park seminary Washington to spend spendthe spEndthe spendthe
the summer summerMhw r r11m
C C CMiss
Miss Beth Dunbar Hooper Dunbar Dunbarand Dunbarand Dunbanand
and Roger Sherman will go for or a short shorttrip shorttrip horttrip
trip through the south before return returnietg returnilig j
i ietg g to the city clt to spend the summer summerMrs summerIrs
0 0 0Mrs
Mrs Irs H E Cole Col will leave the first firfttof fir firstof t tof
of next week for Mount M unt Shasta to spend sptndit i ia
a part of the summer summerMrs SU summ It r rrs
00 0 0Mrs i
Mrs rs Agnes Osborne O borne has issued I ucd invi invitation InvihHi0 Invitatione
tation 6 for a musical to be given at her hNstudio herstudio i istudio
studio next Monday evening cning cningit j jCaptain
0 it itCaptain 0 0Captain
Captain and Mrs In S R Sturgiss Stur i55 en entertained Entertaht entertained ¬
tertained tertaht at a dinner Wednesday redned y even evening eninS eventnt ¬
inS for Mrs Victor M 1 Clement Clementn i iMiss
4 C CMist
Miss n Helen Burton will give a lunch luncheon lunchcost j jMrs
eon tomorrow at It J her pr home homef
000 000Mrs
f Mrs Ir John Weir who has been Oe > n spend spending spend IPfndInb spendtog
tog some lime in the south will be beheme beh
heme h me early next week weekMrs weekC eek eekIffS j
C C 0 0Mrs
Mrs M A Greenwood Cr eJlfood is here from fromCalifornia fromCalifornia
California to visit Mr lr and Mrs rR E A AGrecttwood AGreetJwoo AWecnwood
Grecttwood and will remain till about aboutJuly aboutJvly aboutJuly
July 1 1 I IMrs I IMrs
0 0 0Mrs
Mrs O J Stillwell of Ogden is the theguest tl1fguest theguest
guest of Mr Ir and Mrs W H Ellison EllisonMrs E1Ii5onMNI Ellisone
e 0 0 0Mrs
Mrs H L J Miller liJI r entertained entelt ined yester yesterdav Vf yesterday > > stfr
day at the second In a series of bridge bridgeteas bridgeteas
teas at her home on Brigham street streetPrizes stretPriaes streetPrizes
Prizes were er won by Mrs Irs David R RGray RGray
Gray Mrs rs Richard A Keyes Mrs lrs H HN HN
N Mayo a o and Mrs Ilr W G Lamb Mrs MrsDavid MrsDavid Irs IrsDRvid
David R Gray and Mrs C W V Fifield Fifieldserved FififldJerved Fifleldserved
served in the dining room roomMr I
I
Mr rr and Mrs Ir B F Ba Bauer er entertained fntertainfQIat
last evening eelJin at owrds in honor of Mr Mrand M Marni I IRnd
and Mrs Irs John Howell of San Fran Frarcleo
cisco ciscoDr o
000 000Dr
Dr and Mrs John 1 h F Critchlov ritehIo have havoreturned ha havereturned r
i
returned r from rom their th r wedding w ding trip and awlare
are at the Critchlow home on Seventh SeventhEast SefnthEast SeventhEast
East street streetThe
040 040The it itThe
The Misses Nellie and Carrie Calvin Calvinof alvin ahiBof alvinof
of San Francisco daughters of Mr and andMrs anirn andtrs
Mrs rn E E Calvin are guests at Row Rowland Rowland
land Hall for commencement commencementC week weekI1i
C 0 0 0Miss 1 1Miss
Miss I1i Florence Florcn Lewis of Omaha spent spentyesterday IJWntYfSterday spentyesterday
yesterday in the city cit on her way home hrnifrom honufrom homefrom >
from the coast the guest of Mrs Eliza Elizabeth Elizabeth Elizaboth
beth H Dunbar DunbarMrs DunbarMrs
500 500Mrs
Mrs William Druehl entertained entertainfdabout entertainedabout
about forty friends at a very informal j jtea
tea yesterday afternoon to meet Mt Miss MissCharlotte Is IsCharlotte s sCharlotte
Charlotte Druehl of Chicago who is her hprfueat herguest i iguest
guest Mrs Irs Druehl was as assisted by byMiss byIsg byMiss
Miss Isg Mantle Banker and Mrs Milton MiltonMiss MiltonOglesby 1i1tonlesby
Oglesby lesby lesby111M
00 00Miss
Miss Beatrice OConnor will entertain entertainnext entf ° ntertainnext > rtain rtainnext
next Tuesday at cards in compliment to toMiss tollhs toMiss
Miss June Bintz BintzThe I
0 0The I
The bachelor ba < bflor officers of Fort Doug Douglas Doug1aa ¬
las entertained at a dinner last evening eveningin I Iin
in compliment to Lieutenants L I J 1 Mr MrNair McNair k j jNair
Nair and L B Moody who leave short shortly i ily Iy
ly y for other posts i iMiss 1it
it 0 0Miss I Ins
Miss ns < Helen Buckingham entertained entertainedthe
the members of her sewing club yester yesterday yesterday
day afternoon at her home homeThe I IThe I
000 000The +
The marriage of Miss Ivy Iv Price to toGeorge j jGeorge iGeorge
George Snell will take place this even evening evenlug ¬ I
lug at 8 oclock at the home of the thebrides thEbrldes thebrides
brides parents A reception will fol follow fOIlow follow
low the ceremony ceremon ceremonThe
0 0The I
The Collegiate Institute has Issued issur1invitations IssuedInvitatiohiS I Iinvitations
invitations for the commencement ex exercilteS cxercises i iercises
ercises which hieh take place next Thurs ThursdllY Thursday
day evening at the First Presbyterian Presbyterianchurch Presbyterianchurch PresbyterIanchurch
church
000 000Mr
Mr r and Mrs Irs A H Walsh entertained entertainedTbursday entertainedThursday
Thursday evening complimentary to toMiss toMiss toMiss
Miss Louise Ioul > Colbourne prior to her herdeparture herdeparture j jnepunuic
nepunuic departure for i England iejonu The j evening eveningWM eveningwas >
wa WM pleasantly spent in games and andmusic andmusic andmusic
music after which a dainty repast was wasserved wasserved vasserved
served Those present to wish her a aplasant aplpanant
pleasant journey were Mr 11 and Mrs Irs F FO
O Webb Mr lr and Mrs M 1 A Davies Dav DaviesMr p pMr
Mr and Mrs lrs Frank Merrill Mrs lr51 M A AWalsh AYalsh AWalsh
Walsh Mr lr and Mrs John Stanley Mr Mrand Mranti
and Mrs G A Hill Mr 11 and Mrs A ADay ADay
Day Mr and Mrs O S Walsh Miss MipsHelena Misshelena 11 I 5 5Helena
Helena Walsh alsh Miss Sadie Wiscombe Wiscombeof Viscomheof
of Sprinsvillp Miss Millie Moss Miss MissAlice MissAlice liss lissAlice
Alice Hill Mr J T A Williams and Ber Bertie Bertie
tie Walsh WalshMARRIAGE WalshMARRIAGE ValshMARRIAGE
I
MARRIAGE LICENSES LICENSESWilliam LICENSESwnUam LICENSESilhiam I
William E Stephens Salt Lake LakeBessie LakeBessie LakeBeside
Bessie Kellelier l Salt Lake LakeBarbara LakeCa1tlh LakeCaleb
Caleb V Anderson Rcxburg Id Idit IditBarbara
BRrb Barbara Leatham Rexburg Ida IdaT ldaFrnnk IdaFrank
Frank ° T B TS Duvall II Salt Cn1t T Luke IJHkpUna Lukeilna IpA IpAUna
Una May Preston Salt Lake LakeThe LakeD LakeThe
D 5 5The
The Daughters of the Pioneers Pioneers will willmeet wi1lmeet wiltmeet
meet in room 23 Lion House Saturday SaturdayJune Saturda SaturdaJune SaturdayJune
June 3 1905 at 2 oclock p m All Allmembers Allmembers At Atniembers
members are requested to be present presentFour presentF presentFour
Four F ur prizes for dancers at Lagoon LagoonFriday LaboonFridaY LagoonFriday
Friday night nichtMotor
0 I4I um um1otor D DIotor
Motor races at Salt Palace tonight tonightEXCURSION tonightEXCURSION tonightEXCURSION
EXCURSION TO NORTHERN NORTHERNJune NORTHERNt
t
POINTS POINTSTune POINTSJUna
June JOviti 1001 1Q via i1 Qrogon Qro n Short Lute Fur Furth
th kF mlitQuJars ppirQuiar8 1 laltir J r i
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i I KeithOl KeithOlrien KeithOBrieJr rien 1 1Demonstration
Jr Demonstration of W V V VRi B BRikers BRikers
Ri Rikers ikers nr7 Toilet loilet i TI Pre PreI Preparation Jrre Jrreparation
I paration parationOur parationOur j jI S
I j Our friends will bo interested inter tcd in this demonstration demonstrationwhich demonstrationwhich demonstrationwhich
which is boing conducted by a lady from Sew York who whorepresents whorepresents whorepresents
represents the well jcnown mown hoxisc of W Y B Hiker HikerNo RikerNo
I A1J No manufacturer turns out toilet preparations of high higher ¬
I 1rF er excellence excellenceThe excellenceThe excellencet1
t1 The purpose of the demonstration is to introduce these thesemeritorious thesemeritorious these1riv11
I 1riv11 meritorious goods to the friends of this store storeDuring storeDuring store1N11
1N11 During the demonstration special speeiu prices will be the theorder theorder theorder
order orderThe
The young lady who lias 1SS charge of the exhibit will be bepleased beplc86cdtoimpurt beii
ii pleased plc86cdtoimpurt to impart such information as may be desired desiredA d desiredA SiredA <
A Few of the Leaders LeadersVIOLET LeadersVIOLET LeadersVIOLIET
VIOLET CERATE a dainty daint preparation for delicato delicateskin delicatoskin delicatoW1
W1 skin Jar SOc 50cLISTEKINE Oc OcLISTEHThE I
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jjJ LISTEKINE Gouncc bottle 25c 25cDKESDENT 25cDRESDEN 2cDRESDEN
DRESDEN FACE POWDER a rare r ro5Oc soc 0c quality for for25c for25c
25c 25cVIOLET
VIOLET TOILET TOIr ET AMMONIA A UIONIA IGounce bottle bot tIe for forWliite for20c for20c
I 20c 20c1Vhite
White and Black Narrow Rucking used for fortrimming f01ti1n1ning fortrimming
trimming summer dresses dressesi s s15c
i 15c a yard cLd regularly 1 regularlyfoi egulft1 lyfor for 1 I 0 I I C
and Wl Wlisle
Friday Saturday yard yardI yardAUF
L I AUF Friday FridayRemnant FridayS
S Remnant Day in inthe inth
the th North NortkAisle NortkAisleLINENS Aisle AisleLINEM3 isle isleLINENS
LINENS DOMESTICS SILKS AND ANDDRESS ANDDRESS ANDl1i
l1i DRESS GOODS GOODSAttractive GOODSAttractive GOODSaractive
Attractive aractive remnants or of o all a kindsall kindsalllengths kinds n 5 5lengths all alllengths
lengths and prices prices Very Very likely you will willfind willhnd willfind
find just what you want at a price price greatly greatlySome greatlyblOW I Ibelovv
blOW the value of the goods goodsSOl1W
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Some OneFourth and OneThird Less LessOthers LessOthers LessOthers I
Others at Half Prices PricesIt PricesIt Pricess
s It is is our intention intention to make Friday Fridaynotatle Fridaynotable Frclayk1J
k1J notable as Remnant Day in in tnis this store storeFor 11 jI jIFor
For instance instance you can buy these as well wellas
as other extraordinary bargains bargainslOfc
lOfc 10 yards yar 5 Linen Canvas Dress Goods wt wbrth > rth 53 538 for or or3I
300 800Ywyj t
Ywyj 3J2 3I yards of Silk Moussline Waisiings worth 350 3 for
jI 150 1502z 1
I
e5 2z 2 2 yards Fancy Testings for Waists worth 213 13 for for63c ftre
63c e
41 Ut 4 23 yards rards Embroidery Dot PK pj worth 2SO s for
115 11 S SI
I 6 4 yards Figured Organdies worth worth156 150 for 95c 95cAn U5cFans 95cFa
Fans Fa se seA 1 1An
An A fine i lot of Fans
extra picked up by our ourYork New NewYork NcwYork
York buyer for graduation have nave arrived a little late
150 175 200 T
250 300 4 4ana I
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ana and 5 Fans ans for forFRIDAY or ort C Cand
1100 t = I ISHOES 5 5FRIDAYSATURDAy
FRIDAY FRIDAYSATURDAy FRIDAYSATURDAySHOES D S SATURDAY TURDA
SHOES SHOESI
I 5 00 s 60 00 00ec e o oiiP
iiP 0 0in ec ecin e ein
in Gold Trading Stamps Stampswith Stampswith StampsS
S with every 1 purchase purchasein
in the Shoe Department DepartmentNEW Departmentr
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NEW YORK CASH STORE STOREHerald STOR1raid
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Herald E raid Want W nt Ads d Bring Drin Results j Herald Want Ad5 Ad Bring ring Results
1 1I
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i is fully tu b satisfied with McDon XcDonalds McDonalds McDonaids
alds Cream Chocolate They are aresweeter arej aresweeter
j sweeter far than kisses and are arealways areI arealways
always appreciated by those thosewho tb thosewho e ewho
who love 10 e dainty confections confectionsTry confectionsTry confectionsTry
I
Try a box bo Sold everywhere everywhereFrench eerywheeI eerywheeG everywhereJo
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Jo G McDonald McDonaldCandy McDonaldCandy
Candy Co CoAT CoSALT
SALT AT cz czPAanirSL y 4
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rORJI IORBRS IORBRSFrench rRS rRSFrench
French Dry DryCleaned g1 g1Cleaned 150
Cleaned CleanedOFFICE CleanedOFFICE I IOFFICE
OFFICE 55 W FIRST SO SOPHONES SOPHONES SODunu
PHONES PHONESIs Dunu A Independent HlL HlLf liiiI
I IlUIiIU f Bell UUy UUyI UUyWedding 14liyWItiiDg
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Wedding WeddingSilver WItiiDgSiIver
Silver SiIverIs
Is 1 the live topic in our store just justnow ju justno t tn thayc
now n no
nowVe notV tV Ve have plenty of f it and al alnew a anew l lnew
new and very ry reasonable in price priceEstablished prkI prkI prkEASONfBLE prKeEstablished
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I I ci 102 lb2BEASONABLE
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For Constipation Indigestion IndigestionTorpid IndigestinrTorpid IndigestierTorpid
< Torpid Liver and all kindred ail aiix allG
i y < x ments The little tablets that are areworth areworth 4 4worth
worth thsir th jr weight in gold goldFOR goldIi goldFORSALEBY
Ii + 25c i ii I
FOR FORSALEBY SALE BY BYTHE BYi 4 4A0
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142 Main Street StreetT StreetDorT6IcT
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DorT6IcT DorT6IcTYour DONT T maim maimYour E lfCT I 1 1Your
Your duty and you will g get t aIr aloall atmall
all right But what about abouteyes ahollterts > t i ieyes
eyes Can you afford to negl neglthem n negithem gl glthfm
them tWe V > f try and help pee peoalong JltfJoi JltfJoialong peealong
along by making the them glasses gla t tar thr thrar t tare
ar are strengthening trngtMni awl relieve t toye 1I1 1I1C tt tteye
eye C strain Eyes tested free freeRUSHMERS freeFIJMERS
RUSHMERS RUSHMERSW
73 3 W v First South SouthPhones SouthPbones SouthPhones
Phones BelL 1763K Ind 1761 1761DRUNKENNESS 161DRUNKENNESS 1753DRUNKENNESS
DRUNKENNESS CURED CUREDA
A positive and permanent cure for fordrunkenness tordrunKenness fordrunkenness
drunkenness and the opium o1 > ium diseases diseasesThere diseasesThen diseasesThere
There is no publicity no sickness Ladies Ladiesi LadiEStreated Ladiestreated
i treated as privately as at their th lr own ownhomes ownhomes ownhomes
homes The Keeley Institute 334 West WestSouth WestSouth WestSouth
South Temple Salt Lake City Utah UtahSixty UtahSbcty
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Sixty Years ears Experience of an Old OldNurse OldNurse OldNurse
Nurse NurseSirs NurseMrsWIMlowf NurseMrs
Sirs MrsWIMlowf WlnstowK Soothing Syrup is the theprescription thepre theprescription
pre prescription of one of th tM best be t fema femaphysicians fema1physiciAns female femalephysicians
physicians and nurses nur es In the Uritel UritelStates UriteStates UriteIStates
States and has D iee X J J ed for sixty years yearswith y yearswkh arS arSwah
with neverfailing success by millions of ofmothers crmothens efmothers
mothers for their children Darin the thsprocess th thproee theprocess
process of teething Its value is incalcula incalculable inca lncaculabIg cula culabW ¬
bIg It relieves reliev the child from pain cures
dmrrhoea griping gripl in the bowels and winl winlcolic win winQllc winicolic
colic < By giving health to the child it itrests itrests t trests
rests the mother Price 73 7 cents a bottle oottIeMfRI bottleMFi1IDMANCO
oottIei i
MfRI MFi1IDMANCO DMANCO DMANCOUS
145 laIn Street Street Progress Bldg BidsCOMPLETE Bldgi BldgCOMPLETE
COMPLETE LINE OF OFMens OFMens
I i Mens Clothing and Hats HatsFurnishing HatsFurnishing flatsFurnishing
Furnishing Goods GoodsC GoodsBoys GoodsBoys S SBoys
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Boys and Childrens Suits SuItsGREAT SuitsGREAT
5 GREAT REDUCTIONS IN ALL ALLDEPARTMEolTS ALLDEPARTMENTS
6 DEPARTMENTS DEPARTMENTSWe p
4 4 We carry only the Moit 1 Mot n Satis Satiafactory aUs aUsfactory
5 factory WellFinished Upto TJptoA UptoDate
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