OCR Interpretation


The Salt Lake herald-Republican. [volume] (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1909-1918, October 07, 1909, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of Utah, Marriott Library

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85058140/1909-10-07/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 2

I
2 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH THURSDAY THURSDAYOCT OCT 7 1909
CONFERENCE GONfRfNCAT
AT A AN NO NOContinued
Continued from Page 1 1Jeft 1left 1left
left to judge and to speak for or against againstthem againstthm againstthcmh
them but not himself or his brethren brethrenOur brethrenOur brethrenOur
Our enemies have taken advantage advantageof
of foolish things that have been said saidand saidand a1dnfl1
and some of us have given the world a achance achance achance
chance to use these things against us usbecause usbecause usbecause
because these thl e things should not have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been spoken at all he saidLord said saidLord saidLord
Lord Will Find 1 = Ind Channel ChannelI
II I feel my brethren that it is my myduty myduty myduty
duty to say this much at the close of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this conference said Mr Smith SmithWhen SmithVhen SmithWhen
When the Lord wants to reveal reve l some something something something ¬
thing to u us s < s he knows the channel channelthrough channelthrough channelthrough
through which to reveal It and he will willdo willdo willdo
do It through the proper channels of the the1rtfsthood theIrIsthood therr1sthood
1rtfsthood and dont forget it itThe ItThe itThe
The president of the church closed closedhis closedhls closedliIs
his address s vehemently and there was wasa wa
a snap to the last words And dont dontforget dontfrget dontfrget
frget it that was followed by a stillLcss still stillisss stlllrfSS
isss over the entire audience which a amoment amoment aTiment
moment later was broken by whispered whisperedcomments whisperedmmEnts whisperedmments
mmEnts < All eyes were on Brigham BrighamH
H Roberts who showed no sign ot his hisft hisfellngs hisfcIing
clings ft While he was the subject of theprcaidents the thepresidents thepresidents
presidents pointed speech speechIn
In the list of general officers present presented pre ent entell ¬
ed was the name of Levi Edgar Young Youngas
as one of the first seven presidents of ofEI ofsvenUes ofventes
EI ventes succeeding George Reynolds Reynoldswho
who died several months ago Alpha AlphaJ
J Hlggs secretary of the board of the theYoung theYoung theYoung
Young Mens Mutual Improvement as assortetlon assoI asEOl2tfon
sortetlon soI tlon and H S Tanner who have havebotn haveblcn havebcn
botn implicated In recent scandals scandalswera
wera dropped from the board as was wasLouis vas vasLouis yasL4UiS
Louis A Kelch The place of assistant assistantlibrarian assistantlibrarIan assistantlorarlan
librarian left vacant by the death of A AMilton AMilton AMilton
Milton Musaer lIus er was not filled filledAnthony fliledAnthony filledAnthony
Anthony W T Ivins the last member membero mem r
o 02 the council of apostles was the first firstspeaker flrstspeaker firstspeaker
speaker at the morning session taking takingfor takingfor takingfor
for his text a passage from the doc doctrines doctrInes doetrifles ¬
trines and covenants saying Blessed Blessedwere Bles Blessedcere ed edwre
were those who have come up Into this thisland thisland thisland
land with an eye single to the glorv of ofGod ofGod ofGod
God GodHo Ho asked if the members of thechurch the thechurch thechurth
church were not living examples of the thefulfilment thefulfilment thefulfilment
fulfilment of those tho e words including includingthose Includingthose Includingthose
those who had come to Utah from the thevarious thevarious thevarious
various European missions and had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been blessed with peace freedom and andprosperity andprosperity andprosperity
prosperity He said these the e blessings blessingswere
were not obtained except that men menwere menwere menwere
were worthy of them and the promise promiseof prom IS ISof
of God bore with them certain requirements require requirements requlrempnts ¬
ments which must be fulfilled by his hischildren hischildren hischildren
children childrenIn
In speaking of the first great com commandment commandment cornznandment ¬
mandment Thou shalt love the Lord Lorrtthy Lordthy Lordthy
thy God and the second Thou shalt shaltlove shaltIov shaltlove
love thy neighbor as thyself Mr MrIvlns MrIvins MrIvins
Ivins said this in no way meant a acommand Itommand acommand
command to love or countenance the theevil thevII thecvii
evil vII In others or justify evil doing doingLying doingLying doingLying
Lying and Stealing StealingLying StealingLying StealingLying
Lying and stealing were deplored bythe by bythe bythe
the speaker whp said there were ways waysof warsot waysof
of stealing other than to take property propertyly
ly stealth at night Closely akin to tothis tothis tothis
this he said was the obtaining of ofmoney otmoney ofmoney
money for other than legitimate enter enterprises enterprises enterprises ¬
prises and he said the Lord was not notpie notIlc notikased
ikased pie ased with acts of acquiring property propertyby
by means other than those approved by byhim byhim byhim
him himReading
Reading from theDoctrine the Doctrine and Cove Covenants Covtnants Covenants ¬
nants Mr Ivins urged the proper ob observance obfhrvance ohsrvance ¬
servance of the Sabbath day saying sayingSunday sayingSunday sayingSunday
Sunday was not a day for recreation recreationexcursions recreationxurslons recreationExUrSIOfls
excursions ball games gam or the like but butit
it should be observed properly by every everymember ever evermember everymember
member of the church whether at home homeor
or abroad abroadJ
J < > hn Smith patriarch of the church churchspoke churchspoke churchspoke
spoke briefly saying that preaching was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not his forte He said he endorsed endorsedeverything endor endorsedeverything ed edcver
everything cver thlng that had been said at theconference the theconference theonfren
conference onfren He asked the blessing of ofGod ofGod ofGod
God on every member of the church churchthat churchthat churchthat
that they might return to their homes homesIn hom homin
In peace live according to the laws lawsKeep lawsIep lawseep
Keep eep Gods commandments and bt btblessed 1 b bblessed > 4 4blessed =
blessed blessedB
B H Roberts Speaks SpeaksBrigham SpeaksBrigham SpeaksBrigham
Brigham H Robert of the first seven sevenpresidents sevenpresidents sevenpresidents
presidents of seventies was called to toFpeak toIpeak tospeak
speak and his address was prefaced prefacedwith prefacedwith prefacedwith
with the remark that the session of a aconference aonfCrence aconference
conference < was an anxious time for two twoclashes twoIases twoclases
clashes of persons The first class was wasthose wasthose wasthose
those who were to speak and the sec secend secnd seeend
end < nd was those who have to listen In Inthis Tnthis Inthis
this connection he h related an anecdote anecdoteof >
of the V bIPhrfr > fphot > nc in a vard war < i in vlr whLh h Tio 1i
once lived where the bishop was not a apreaching apreaching apreaching
preaching bishop and had h d a counselor counselora
kind of ofgift ofgUt ofgift
a man who had the same
gift Mr Roberts said that there wore woretimes woreUrnes Woretimes
times when it was necessary to talk talkand t talkand lk lkand
and on one of these occasions the coun counselor COlnselor counselorJrnd ¬
selor selorJrnd Jiad made the remark that he did didnot didnot didnot
not know what hurt most to try to say saysomething saysomething SflYsomething
something himself hlm elt or to listen to the thebishop the1tlshop thee theellshop
bishop when he tried to express his histhoughts histhoughts histhoughts
thoughts This he thought might ap apply apply apply ¬
ply to the speakers and listeners at the theconference theconference theconference
conference conferenceMr
Mr Roberts said there was no desire desirein
in his heart excepting that he might mightspeak mightspeak mightspeak
speak with the right inspiration and andthat andthat andthat
that he might help in the work to which whichhe
he had given his lifetime of work and andlove andlove andlove
love and In speaking he wanted to as assist asIdst as51st ¬
sist in the work in wnlch although he hemight hemight hemight
might have fallen short he loved in intensely Intenaely Intensely ¬
tensely tenselyTha tenaelyThu tenselyTho
Tha sermon rmon of President William H HTaft HTaft UTaft
Taft In the tabernacle was recalled by bythe bythe bythe
the speaker who recalled the occasion occasionwhen occasionwhen occasionwhen
when the President of the United States Stateswas Stateswas Stateswas
was the honored and welcome guest of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the people of Utah Mr lr Roberts said saidhe sal salhe saHhe
he listened to that most excellent ad address nddreSl address ¬
dress with a great deal of interest and andpleasure nndpleasure andpleasure
pleasure and he thougnt that the Pres President Pr Prident Prident ¬
ident presented pre ented to nonMormons as well wellas wellas ell ellas
as Mormon a discourse of most excel excellent excellent excellent ¬
lent thought as well as advice The Thespeaker Thespeaker Thespeaker
speaker said he felt however that the theaddress theaddress theaddress
address of President Taft fell on stony stonyground stonyground stonyground
ground because he was afraid that eachfelt each eachfelt eachfelt
felt that the President meant the othr othrfellow oth othrfellow r rfellow
fellow You know we are all anxious anxiousfor
for reformation in the other fellow fellowsaid fellowsaid fellowsaid
said Mr Ir Roberts The speaker said he hewas hewas hewas
was sitting near Mr Whitney on that thatoccasion thatoccasion thatoccasion
occasion and he thought that the Pres President PresIdent President ¬
ident meant him when he was giving givingthat givingthat givingthat
that good advice and so far as he meant meantMr meantMr meantMr
Mr Roberts it was all right rightIs
Is Man of ofPeace ofPeacerr Peace PeaceSir
Sir rr Roberts said he was a man of ofpeace ofpeace ofpeace
peace not so much bewise it pleased pleasedhim ple pleasedhim sed sedhim
him to assume that characteristic as be because because because ¬
cause those with whom whomho ho came in con contact contact contact ¬
tact liked a peaceful ea ful attitude better He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said hj h did not believe the President Presidentaddressed Presldtntaddres Presidentaddressed
addressed addres d him so much as an individual individualas
as he addressed a condition which ex existed exited cxisted ¬
isted here Mr Roberts said he won wondered wondered wontiered ¬
dered if those who ho represented the peo people people peepie ¬
ple were willing to take rlously s Into Intoaccount Intoaccount intoaccount
account the question of whether the thepeople th thpeople thepeople
people gave ga any color to the contro controversy controversy controversy ¬
versy and if there was wasllny any fault In the themethods themethods themethods
methods of his hearers and whether whetherthere whetherthere whetherthere
there was any fault which whl h gave occa occasion occasion occasion ¬
sion for criticism or attack attackOf
Of course we do not expect the other otherfellow otherfellow otherfellow
fellow to change but a change in our ourattitude ourattitude ourattitude
attitude wduld at least sweep out every everyvestige everyvestl everyvestige
vestige vestl e of excuse for the warfare which whichis
is being waged was d against us said Mr MrRoberts MrItoberts MrItoberts
Itoberts RobertsThe ItobertsThe
The speaker said that although his lines linesof linesof
of labor had fallen Into historical lines lineshe lineshe lineshe
he did not regard himself as an histo historian h1lltorlan histonan ¬
nan but in this work he had formed a ahabit ahabit ahabit
habit of analysis analysisWe
We hae not always been absolutely absolutelyblameless abeolutelyblameless absolutelyblameless
blameless in our attitude as a commun community communIty communIty ¬
ity he said The truth that God gave gaveus
us is unavailable and to defend it is a joy joybut joybut joybut
but as to our history which Is but an another another another ¬
other name for our conduct It never has hasbeen hallbeen hasbeen
been perfect perfectHe 7 7He
He said the church in Missouri had hadnever hadnever hadnever
never violated the Constitution yet in inMissouri inMla80uri inMissouri
Missouri there was much narrowness and andfanaticism andtanatlclsm andfanaticism
fanaticism and insolence and imprudence imprudenceon
on the tb part of the individuals He said saidthere saidthere saidthefe
there were many man who could not stand standprosperity standprosperity standprosperity
prosperity and it was a dangerous thing thingfor thingfor thingfor
for men to feel that they the were favored favoredof
of heaven for they were likely to give giveway giveway giveway
way to fanaticism overzeal and unwis unwisdom unwlsdom unwisdom ¬
dom and this was one of the factors that thatled thatled thatled
led to the persecutions against the mem members members members ¬
bers of the church For this reason the theLord theLon theLord
Lord was not bound to give them vic victory victory ictory ¬
tory over their enemies at all times be because becaUtle because ¬
cause they the had not always done right rightMr rightMr rightr
Mr r Roberts suggested that a little retro retrospect retrospect retrospect ¬
spect and selfanalysis would be good for forall forall forall
all saying it would be well for the mam mamberg mamb memhers
berg b rs of the church to be frank with them themselves themselve3 themselves ¬
selves and put themselves them elves right not only onlyas
as individuals but as s a community communityJoseph c cnmunItyJoseph mmunltyJoseph
Joseph Smiths Mistakes MistakesAir
Air Roberts said that in his early ex experiences experiences cxperiences ¬
periences Joseph Smith made his mis mistakes mistakes mistakes ¬
takes He said that when the Lord gave gaveJoseph gaveJoseph gaveJoseph
Joseph Smith the plates of Nephi he com commanded commanded cornmanded ¬
manded Joseph to guard the plates and andtranslations andtranslations andtranslations
translations as sacred and that they theyshould theyshould theyshould
should be shown to no one except at the thedirection thecJlrection thedirection
direction of God Mr Roberts related relatedhow relatedhow relatedhow
how Joseph Smith was assisted in the thetranslation thetranslation thetranslation
translation by Martin Harris and how howHarris howHarris howHarris
Harris wanted to show the translation translationto
to his family and friends At the solici solicitation solicitation solidtatlon ¬
tation of Harris Mr Roberts said Jo Joseph Joeph Joeph ¬
eph Smith asked the Lord repeatedly for forpermission forpermission forpermission
permission to show the translation and andfinally andfinally andfinally
finally when 116 pages of manuscript had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been translated God allowed permission permissionbut
I but took away the plates and the Urlm Urlmand Urfmi 11dmand
i and Thummim The loss of the plates platesand platesand platesand
and the power of translation was a source sourceof sour sourof
of great grief to Joseph Smith said Mr MrRoberts MrRoberts Ir IrRoberts
Roberts and it was not until some time timeafterwards timeafterwards timeafterwards
afterwards that the th Urlm and Thummim Thummimwere
were restored to Joseph Smith SmithAfter SmithAfter SmithAfter
After these powers were restored Mr MrRoberts MrRoberts Ir IrRobt
Roberts Robt > rts said one of the th first revelations
received was to the effect that God does doesnot dOesnot dOesnot
not walk 1n changing paths and this Mr MrRoberts MrRoberts MrRoberts
Roberts said had always been a charac characteristic characteristic characteristic ¬
teristic of God and of those who followed followedhim followedhim followedhim
him He said that when men represented representedthat
that God walked In crooked paths or orchanged orchanged orchanged
changed they blasphemed blasphemedMr
Mr Roberts said that this gave him himto himo
to 1 o understand under tand that though his enemy enemymight enemymight enemymight
might blaspheme and blunder It gave him himno himno himno
no justification for using such weapons weaponsHe
He said that God was not going to win winhis winhis winhis
his cause by slander and falsehood but buthe buthe buthe
he was going to win by truth So Mr MrRoberts MrRoberts MrRoberts
Roberts said if a man says that God Godis
18 varying all might know that that manwas man manwas manwas
was mistaken for we e have Gods word wordthat wordthat wordthat
that he does not walk in crooked paths pathsMr pathsMr pathsMr
Mr Roberts said he wondered some sometimes sometimes sometimes ¬
times if l the people had a true vision of ofhow ofhow ofhow
how great the church really is He said saidIn saidIn
In tracing tracln the history of the church it itbegan Itbegan itbegan
began with God as Its head and from fromAdam fromAdam fromAdam
Adam to Enoch Moses and Christ and andthen andthen andthen
then through a period of darkness until untilIt
It was restored In this latter dispensa dispensation ¬
tion through Joseph Smith Recalling thepatriots the thepatriots thepatrlOtll
patriots of the earthly kingdoms of an ancient ancient ancleat ¬
cient and modern history Mr Roberts Robertsasked Robertsasked Robertsasked
asked how much more dear the church churchshould churchshould churchshould
should be held than earthly empires in inasmuch inasmuch inasmuch ¬
asmuch as Christ was the patriot of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church
Refers to Command CommandMr
Mr Roberts referred to the command commandthrough commandthrough commandthrough
through Moses to Derform unto the Lord Lordtheir Lordtheir Lordtheir
their oaths and compared this with the theadmonition theadmonition theadmonition
admonition of Christ that man should not notswear notswear notswear
swear by the heaven because it was Gods Godsthrone Godsthrone Godsthrone
throne by the earth because It was Gods Godsfootstool Godsfootstool Godsfootstool
footstool nor by Jerusalem because It Itwas itwas itwas
was the city of the king nor by his headbecause head headbecause headbecause
because he could not change on hair of it itand itand itand
and that man should not swear at all lest lesthe lesthe lesthe
he die Mr Roberts reconciled these com commands command cornmanda ¬
mands of the Bible by b saying se ing that the theold tooold theold
old law of Moses Io es was substituted by the thenew thenew thenew
new law of Christ and that notwith notwithstanding notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬
standing God did not walk In crooked crookedpaths crookedJatbs crookedPaths
paths and he would not countenance the theviolation theviolation theviolation
violation of the old law while It was In Inforce Inforce inforce
force and until the new law had been beensubstituted beensubstituted beensubstituted
substituted In this light he said that thatGod thatGod thatGod
God might substitute laws but never neverwould neerwould neverwould
would he countenance the violation of a alaw alaw alaw
law while it was in force forceThe forceThe forceThe
The honor of the church Mr Roberts RobertsaM RobertsMid Robertssaid
aM should be guarded with care for the theword theword theword
word of the church when pledged was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the most sacred of covenants covenantsAfternoon covenantsAfternoon covenantsAfternoon
Afternoon Session Opens OpensJ
J Golden Kimball of the first seven sevenpresidents sevenpresidents sevenpresidents
presidents of seventies was the first firstspeaker firstspeakr flritspeaker
speaker at the afternoon session saying sayingthat sayingthat sayingthat
that at the age of Ii6 6 he could testify that thathe thathe thathe
he believed all that God had revealed revealedAs
As s I listen to preaching and read the thebooks thebooks thebooks
books of the church I can agree with witha
a Scandanavian brother who when giv giving givIng givIng ¬
ing his testimony te tlmon said I believe in Mor Mormonism Mormonism Mormonisni
monism so far as it Is correctly trans translated translated translated ¬
lated said Mr Ir Kimball KlmballThe KimballThe KimballThe
The temporal salvation of the MormonPopIe Mormon Mormonpeople Iormonptople
people he regarded as a question of vital vitalimportance vitalimportance ItalImportance
importance and he confessed that som somof somof someof
of the t people himself included had been
of their for a
megs 1e of pottage although tW thy y had been beencounseled beencounsfled beencounseled
counseled against it by their leaders con continually contlnuall continuahly ¬
tinually tinuallyMr tlnuallUr
Mr Kimball repeated repe ted the words of Brig
ham Young at the time of the gold fever feverIn
In California when the former president presidentof
of the church said that the proper use usefor usefor usefor
for gold was for the paving of streets streetsand streetsand streetsand
and the making of culinary utensils and androofs androofs androofs
roofs for buildings and when the Saints Saintshad Saintshad Saintshad
had preached the gospel and built cities citiesand citiesand citiesand
and tilled the soil the Lord would pro provide proide proslde ¬
vide the gold Mr Ir Kimball called atten attention attention attention ¬
tion to the pamphlet recently issued by byJohn byJohn byJohn
John Beck suggesting ways wa s for Improv Improving ImprovIng Improving ¬
ing the natural resources of Utah say saying saying saylag ¬
ing that this would have been received receivedwith recelyedwith receivedwith
with great respect had it been issued issuedwhen Issuedwben Issuedwhen
when Mr Beck was possessed of all his hiswealth hi hiwealth hiswealth
wealth but now that the writer was a apoor apoor apoor
poor man many man were disposed to laugh laughat laughatit
at atit it
atitWe itWe
We are not doing right In looking after afterour afterour afterour
our temporal welfare said Mr Ir Kimball KlmballOur KimballOur KimballOur
Our sons are being educated and more morethan morethan morethan
than half of them are hunting for white whiteshirt whlteshirt whiteshirt
shirt jobs He said there never were weresuch weresuch weresuch
such opportunities as now while the set settlement settlement settiement ¬
tlement of St George for instance called
for many
that town recently Mr Ir Kimball said he hefound hefound hefound
found more than ninety widows of pio pioneers pioneers ploneers ¬
neers In the development of resources resourceshe
he said the Mormons were in a Rip Van VanWinkle VanWink VanWink
Wink sleep sleepSuccess sleepSuccess sleepSuccess
Success as Pioneer PioneerKimball Pioneer1IF
1IF Kimball said he had failed at many manythings manythings manythings
things but he had been a success as a apioneer apjoneer apoeeer
pioneer and when he left his pioneercountry pioneer pioneercountry pioneercountry
country he could buy and sell a dozen dozenwho dozenwho dozenwho
who had stayed at home but he had lost lostit
it all in speculation speculationHe
He ald Id when his father Heber C CKimball CKimball CKimball
Kimball died he left his children no nocash nocash nocash
cash but he left 90000 worth of real es estate estate estate ¬
tate These children then owned nearly nearlyall
all of Capitol hill And he said that today todaynot todaynot todaynot
not a Kimball could be found on the hill hillexcept hiliexcept hillexcept
except those buried there If the Kim Klmball Kimball Kimball ¬
ball family had known enough to earnenough earn earnenough earnenough
enough for daily bread and then sat down downand downand downand
and chewed gum the rest of the time timeyou timeyou timeyou
you would all be tipping your hats to us usnow usnow usnow
now he said He said it was the same samewith samewith samewith
with the family of Brigham Young and andtold andtold andtold
told his hearers if they followed the ex examples examples examples ¬
amples of the Young and Kimball fam families famUles famthea ¬
ilies they would all be hewers of wood woodand woodand woodand
and drawers of water waterI
I thank the Lord I have enough land landleft landleft landleft
left to bury bur my posterity on and thats thatsabout thatsabout thatsabout
about all I have Now you can write writethat writethat Titethat
that down and God bless you Amen Amenoff Amenbefore Amenbefore
before off ore I say anything I hadnt ought to tosaid tosaid tosaid
said Mr Kimball KimballRulon KimballUulon Kimballhubs
hubs S Wells spoke of the now re religion religIon religion ¬
ligion which had been mentioned by pre previous previous provious ¬
vious speakers saying he had been think thinking thinking thinkIng ¬
ing how vain were the efforts of man to toestablish toestablish toestablish
establish a new religion He said it only onlyrested onlyrested onlyrested
rested with God to formulate a religion religionor
or a plan of salvation salvationHe
He quoted that love of God was the thegreatest thegreatest thegreatest
greatest thing in the world adding that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the fear of God was also important Mr MrWells MrVeils MrWells
Wells said he was thankful for this ele element element element ¬
ment of fear pointing out that It was a agroat agrpat agrcat
groat restraining re Influence for right liv living Ihlng livlug ¬
lug and the fear of the penalties of the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law and of disobedience in the home also alsohfd alsolmd alsolwd
hfd their effect In improving the lives livesof
of men menCharles menCharles menCharles
Charles H Hart spoke of the decorations decora decorations decorations ¬
tions of the tabernacle saying it was fit fitting fitting fitting ¬
ting that the flag should be used He Hesaid Hesaid Hesaid
said he knew of no other religion that thatheld that11t1c1 thatheld
held as one of its tenets that the consti constii con contItution tl tltution
i tution of the United States was an in Inspired inspired
1 spired document documentO
O W V Nibtey presiding bishop spoke of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the variety of instruction that had been beengnen beengien beengiven
given by the many speakers during the theonference theonfErence theinference
< onference saying he did not see how howany howany howany
any rightminded person of any creed orfl or orno
no fl creed could take exception to or find findault findfault findault
ault with the teachings given to the them themmbers themrnbem
m mmbers mbers of the church He said the ad admonition adm0nition admonition ¬
monition had been to pay debts and then thenk thenkep
k kep ep < p out of debt and to love the Lordwith Lord Lordwith Lordwith
with all our hearts He said the church churchhad churchhad churchhad
had not b been Pen en wanting In the spirit of ofpatriotism ofpatriotism ofpatriotIsm
patriotism and love of country He said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that Mormonism held a peculiar position positionamong positionI positionamong
I among the churches of the world in that thatit
it was the only one to claim the priest priesthood priestI priesthood ¬
hood of God GodMr Go9Mr Oo OoMr
Mr Nibley said all honor was wnsdu6 due to toProtestantism toProtestantism toProtestantism
I Protestantism In that it had fought for forreligious forI
religious liberty and through its efforts effortsthe
I the way had been paved for completefreedom complete completefreedom completefreedom
freedom in religion as exemplified In the
of the United States He said that
Dr Eliot could
no one could say sa him nay but he could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not confer the priesthood and In fact facthe facthe facthe
he did not claim that right rightHe rightHe rightHe
He said there had been a suggestion suggestionthat
that wth the reorganization of the priest priesthood priesthood priesthood ¬
hood classes the needs for the Y M M MI MI L
I A had passed but this was not the theproper theprcper theproper
proper view He said that today there therewere therewen therewere
were 1097 members of the association associationaway associationawa associationaway
away awa on missions and of the 6S5 6S wards of oftne oftoe ofthe
toe church only fiftysix had no associa associations associations associalions ¬
tions for the young men The associa association association association ¬
tion now numbered 32225 members he hesaid hesaid I Isaid
said 2429 of whom had Joined last year yearand yearand I Iand
and there were 12572 1 i2 young men in thp thpchurch thpchurch thpchurch
church who were not enrolled In the as association assoda assedation ¬
sedation sociationThe soda sedationThe tlon tlonThE
The officers were presented and sus sustained sustaiYEd sustaFcd ¬
tained and then the president of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church delivered his closing address and andJohn nndJohn andJohn
John R Winder delivered the benediction
= A
r V1 z f l t t9f 5 5z 54a V
4a c I J e r
r4r
4r 4rII
9f
1 I
I <
l t trJ S
II rJ
On Tenth Avenue AvenueHandsome AyenueHandsome AvenueHandsome
Handsome bungalows like the one pictured above have justbeen just justbeen justbeen
been completed and are now offered for sale by this com company company cornpany ¬
pany Large verandas that overlook the entire valley are a aspecial aspecial aspecial
special feature These bungalows are modern in design and andconstruction andconstruction andconstruction
construction and the North Bench location above the thecitys thecitys thecitys
citys smoke and dirt is ideal For your healths sake sakein sakeinselecting sakeinselecting in inselecting
selecting a home homeconsider consider a residence in this locality localityC
C Street and Ninth Avenue AvenueJust
Just completed completedFour Four houses of modern construction and anddesign anddesign anddesign
design Special features are the large verandas 30 feet by
9 feet screened back porches and screened upstairs sleep sleeping sleeping sleeplug ¬
ing porches Eight rooms and three verandas verandastllat that is the theright tlIeright theright
right proportion propot < < on for this climate Also cement retaining retainingwalls retainingwalls retainingwalls
walls hot water heat interior mission finish gas and elec electric electrio electrio ¬
trio lights Prices 7500 and up upReasonable upReasonable upReasonable
Reasonable Terms TermsThese TernlSThese TermsThese
These houses may be bought for cash or on monthly pay payment payment payment ¬
ment plan planwhich which means a small initial payment and month monthly ¬
ly payments paymentslike like rent Sold by us or by any firstclass firstclassreal 1 1real
real estate dealer in the city Ask your agent or call us useither useither useither
either phone 142nowSalt 142 142now 142nowSalt now nowSalt
Salt Lake Security Trust Co
32 Tp Main St Phones 142 142nf
nf ANa
CLARA BLODGETT BURRIS Of 49 South SouthEleventh SouthEleventh SouthEleventh
Eleventh East street died of general generaldebility generaldebility generaldebility
debility at 915 oclock last night She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was the widow of Walter Burris and andwas andwas andwas
was 58 years old Nine children survive
Visitors V VisitorsMake isitorsMake
Make Z C M IDrug I IDrug IDrug
Drug Store Storeyour Storeyour Storeyour
your headquarters headquarterswhile
while in the city cityHot
Hot Chocolate Beef Tea Boull Bouillon BoullIon BoullIon ¬
Ion Malted Milk and all kinds of ofhot ofhot ofa ofhot a
hot drinks served promptly anddaintily and anddaintily anddaintily
daintily at our fountain fountainTlie fountainThe fountainThe
The Pure Drug DrugDispensary DrnJDlspensa7 DrugDispensa7
I1I1 I1I1BOOTHS 1 Dispensary Dlspensa71U114 112114 112114Sonth 1U114South
1 South Mali MaisStreet Ha1Street MaliStreet
Street StreetGUARANTEED StreetBOOTHS
BOOTHSGUARANTEED BOOTHS BOOTHSGUARANTEED
GUARANTEED GUARANTEEDFall GUARANTEEDOYSTERS GUARANTEEDOYSTERS
OYSTERS OYSTERSFull
Full IensureSollil Measure Solid Meals MealsAlways MensAlways IentllAhTar1l
Always In new cniis cnnfrom from the theshell theshell theshell
shell to your table Booths Guaran Guaranteed Guaranteed Guaranteed ¬
teed Oysters carry the tempting temptingaroma temptingaroma temptingaroma
aroma of the sea f 1e e flavor of ofnewlycaught ofnewlycaught ofnewlycaught
newlycaught the purity of deepwaters deep deepwaters deepwaters
waters They are a delicate treat treatfor treatfor treatfor
for lovers of good things to eat eatAt eatAt eatAt
At all firstclass dealers or orBOOTH orBOOTH
BOOTH BOOTHFISHERIES BOOTHFISHERIES
FISHERIES COso CO
30 West rest 1st South
When a man or woman womanfinds womanfinds womanuinds
finds sickness coming on onsuch onsuch onsuch
such as indigestion weak weakeyes weakeyes weakeyes
eyes kidney trouble etc etcit etcit etcit
it is time some attention is isgiven isgiven isgiven
given to the subject of food foodand foodand foodand
and drink drinkIn drinkIn
In practically all such suchcases suchcases suchcases
cases where coffee or tea is isthe isthe isthe
the drink one can obtain re relief relief relief ¬
lief by quitting the coffee coffeeor
or tea and taking Postum PostumHe
He leaves off a drink that thatis
is an active producer of disease dis disease disease ¬
ease and takes in its place placea
a powerful liquid food that thatcontains thatcontains thatcontain
contains elements for rebuilding re rebuilding rebuilding ¬
building the nerve centres centreswhich centreswhich centreswhich
which have heretofore been beentorn beentorn beentorn
torn downTheres down downTheres
Theres a Reason
r y yj F t 1 zi zi2rT I Ir
j
Floor Below Beloweek Belowr BelowBargains
Bargains BargainslI argams argamsFloor
r
2rT t tL A
L t1 t1A
+ A Week eek of Xemptm Xemptmargams Tern ting tingBargains
Bargains argams on the tne Floor Below BelowThe eiow eiowThe
The woman who keeps an eye on the th kitchen whether doing the thework tk f fwork
work herself or not will appreciate our low prices ror kor one onefIi week weekWe
fIi We always mark goods ooJs close AND REDUCTIONS OFTHIS OF OFTHIS
THIS KIND ARE NOT GENERALLY OFFERED OFFEREDr OFFEREDSpecial ft ftSpecial
lI h1 Special Lot of ofEnamel White WhiteEnamel WhiteEnamel Special Lot of Blue Snow Snowflake Snowflake Snowvflake
Enamel W Ware are 12 2 price priceA price priceI flake Granite Graniteware ware 12price 12priceBlue price priceBlue
A drawing feature decidedly unusual unusualnotE unusualnotEthe unusualnote1fn1 noU noUthe
I Blue snowflake gran granite granIte granite
1fn1 the prices pricesWhite pricesWhite pricesia ite double boiler bollerValue Value 126Sate 1 Sale 62 62Blue 62Blue 2 2Blue
ia i White enamel double doubleboilers doubleboilers doublelJJ
boilers Value 225 Sale Sale112 Sale112White 112 112White 112WhIte Blue snowflake granite gran granite granIte ¬
lJJ White enamel double doubleboilers doubleboilers doubleboilers ite coffee pots Value 36Safe 6Ie 18 18Blue 18Blue 18Blue
boilers Value 200 2008ale100 2008ale100White Sale 5100 5100White 100 100White Blue snowflake gran granite granIte granite ¬
White enamel coffee coffeeboilers coffeeboilers coffee1nn ite coffee pots Value 9CSale Sale IIBlue 32 32Blue 22Blue
boilers Value 200 Sale 100 100White 100White 100qj
1nn Blue snowflake gran granite granite granite ¬
qj rm White enamel coffee coffeeboilers coffeeLWL coffeeboilers ite tea pots Value 42Sale 11 nBlue 11Blue 21Blue
LWL boilers Value 110 Sale Sale55 55 55White 55White
0 White enamel French Frenchdrip Frenchdrip Frenchdrip Blue snowflake gran granite granito ¬ A
drip coffee coff e pots Value 125 Sale SaIe62 SaIe62c 63 63White 63White ite funnels Value V lue 2SSatelS 2fiS 25 Sale JelI 121i4c 121i4cBlue c cBlue cBlue
c White enamel coffee coffeepots coffeepots coffee1fILJ Blue snowflake granIte gran granite granIte ¬
1fILJ pots Value 100 100Sale50 100Sale50Ikl Sale 50 50White 50White ite pitchers Value V alUit MSate itSttJeBlue 5ISaIBlue 16 16Blue
Ikl 1f White enamel tea teapots teapots teaIv Blue snowflake gran granite granIte granito ¬
Iv pots Value 80 808ale S0Sale40 S0Sale40White Sale 40 40White 40H 40White ite cake pans Value 90Sate 1 Sale 10 10Blue 10Blue 10Blue
White enamel tea teapots tooPOts teapots
H Value 75 75Sale Sale 37I 37 37White 37White Blue snowflake gran granite granite granite ¬
pots
ite oake pans Value 1Sate 15SaIeBlue 08 08Blue ISBlue
White enamel milk milkpans milkp milkMI
I tY
MI Lt pans p ns Value 45 45Sale Sale Sale22 Sale22l1 22 22White 22White Blue snowflake gran granite granIte granite ¬
ite Value 10Sate 1SAIeBlue M MBlue 11Blue
l1 In White enamel milk milkpans mIlkpans milkj1 pie pans
j1 pans Value 55 55Sale27 55Sale27C Sale 27 27White 27r Blue snowflake gran granite granite grinite ¬
White enamel milk milkpans mtlkpans milkI ite gallon measuresValue measures Value ValueBlue Salfu 14 14Blue 4 4Blue
r Sale30 Sale30f1iT 30 30White 30White
Value 60 60Sale Sale
pans snowflake
I Blue gran granite granite granite
f1iT White enamel deep deeppudding deeppudding deepi4 ite quart measuresValue measures Value SC1a 1iaII 17 17Blue 17Blue 17Blue
i4 pudding pans Value 65Satei 65 Sale 32 32White 32White 32White
Blue snowflake gran granite granite granite ¬
White enamel deep deeppudding deeppudding deeppudding
ite pint measures Value 18Sate 115 < < M MBlue OfBlue 01Blue
27 27White 27White
pudding pans Value 55 55Sale 55Sale27 55Sale27A Sale I
White enamel tubed tubedcake tubedcake tubedr Blue snowflake gran granite granIte granlie ¬
A r cake pans Value 40 40Sale 40Sale20 40Sale20uitn Sale 20 20White 20White ite 2 pint measuresValue measures Value 18Sate 06 06Blue OIlBlu 06Blue
uitn White enamel tubed tubedcaka tubedcaka tubedAl Blue snowflake gran granite granIte granite ¬
Al Tt caka pans Value 50 Saie25 Sale 25 25White 25White ite fruit Jar fillers fillersValue Value ISSate 08Blue 08 08Blue 08Blue
1 White enamel muffin muffinpans muffinw muffinpans
t 30 30White 30White Blue snowflake gran granite granIte granito ¬
60 Sale Sale30 Sale30White
pans Value ite soap dishes Value 14Sate 14 Sale 07 07Blue 07Blue 07Blue
w White enamel muffin muffinpans muffinpans muffintir
pans Valuo 50 50SaJe 50SaIe25 50SaIe25MI Sale 25 25White 25White Blue snowflake gran granite granIte granIte ¬
tir ite diShes Value V lue 10Sate 11itl1eBlue is ie 06 06Blue
MI k White enamel muffin muffinpans muffinpans muffinm soap vi w wBlue
m in pans Value 40 40Sale20 40Sale20w Sale 20 20White 20White Blue snowflake snow ake gran granite granIte granite ¬
w White enamel fun funnels tunnels funnels ¬ ite cups Value V e 10Sate 1SleBlue 06 06Blue 06Blue
nels Value 50 50Sale Sale 25 25White 25White snowflake ¬
Blue gran granite granIta granIto
0 White enamel meas measure mensure moascA ¬ Ito ladles Value 10Sate 1 Ie1i Ie1iBlue 06Blue 06 06Blue
cA ure cups Value 40 405ole 40Salc20 40Salc20Ml Sale 20 20White 20White
Blue snowflake gran granite granIte granIto ¬
Ml k White enamel meas measure measure measll11 ¬ ite dippers Value 12Sate 1SIIIeBlue 12 SaIe M MBlue 06Blue
ll11 ure cups Value 50 50Sale Sale 25 25White 25White 25L
L White enamel meas measure measure meanure ¬ Blue snowflake gran granite granite granite ¬
ure cups Value 65Sale33 65Sale331e 65 65Sale Sale 32 32White 32White ite muffin pans Value 40SaleBlue 40Sale 20 20Blue 2tBlue
1e White enamel meas measure measure meanfIAr ¬ Blue snowflake gran granite granIte granlie ¬
fIAr ure cups Value 85 85Sale Sale Sale43 Sale43t1 42 42White 42White ite muffin pans Value JOSale 15 16Blue 15Bluo 15Blue
t1 t1 White enamel fruit fruitjar fruitjar fruitlUiJ Blue snowflake gran granite granite granftc ¬
lUiJ jar funnels Value 35 35Sale Sale 18 18White 18White ite drip pans Value 00Sate SaIs Sa SaBlue 30Blue 30 30Blue
3 White enamel oblong oblongbake oblongbake oblongbake Blue snowflake gran granite granIte granite ¬
bake pans Value 120 1208ale Sale Sale60 Sale60t 60 60White 60White ite drip pans Value V hM 48Sale 48 SaIe 24 24Blue MBlue 24Blue
t White enamel square squarebake squarebake squareAflEfl Blue snowflake gran granite granite granIto ¬
AflEfl bake pans Value 100 100Sale 100Sale50 100Sale50m Sale 50 50White 50White 86Sate
ite drip pans Value 27 27Blue 27Blue 7 7Blue
m ir White enamel stewI stew stewpans Blue snowflake granIte ¬
gran granite granIte
80 80Sale Sale Sale48 Sale48White 49 49White 4 4I
L W pans Value 5SIe1 5SIe1Blue Sale
I ite cake pans Value 2SSatel2Wc 2SSatel2WcBlue 26 14C 14CBlue
White enamel stew stewpans stewpans stewpans
I Blue snowflake gran granite granite granIte
pans Value 65 65Sale Sale SaIe32 SaIe32White 33 33White 33White 90Sate 10 Bale
ite cake pans Value 10 10Blue 10Dlue 10Blue
White enamel stew stewuans stewuans snowflake ft ftIto
Blue < e gran granite granIte
408ale Sale 20pt 20 20White 20White
Value 40
11 It2c uans
ite French drip dripcoffee drIpcoitee dripcoffee
pt iii White enamel dip dippers dlppers dipporn ¬ coffee pots Value 66Sate SaIe 32 32Blue 32Blue 32Blue
Value 34 Sale Sale17 Sale17White 17 17White 11White
pers Blue snowflake gran granite granite granite ¬
White enamel dip dippers dlpJI dipr dipperu ¬
M ite French drip dripcoffee dripcoffee t tcotree
Value 30 30Sale Sale Sale15 15 15White 15White
pers coffee pots Value 45Sale 23 23Coffee 23Coffee 23Cofee
JI 1 r White enamel ladles Value 20 Sale Sale10 Sale10Ah 10 10Special 10I
Ah
I 1if Cl 1 I r i c 1 Granite1J fjJ fjJi 1J 1Jvffu
i Special pecia1 Prices trice on Royal Lcoya1 Steel teei Gray ray Granite GraniteEoyal ranite ranitelq
vffu lq Royal steel gray granite will not bo Q expensive the way we e shall sell it itfor ital J fu
I
111D al for one week It is Isa a strong splen splendidly didly made line of granite Each artide ar article ¬ l lticle
ticle will last lastit it can not be compared with the cheap gray granite now being beingoffered beingoffered beingoffered
offered on the market marketBerlin marketcsi K Ktfti
tfti t1 ml Berlin saucepans Value 5 50 50Berlin 50Salo 38 38Berlin 33Berlin Coffee pots Value 45Sale 45SaleCoffee 45 45Salee 45SaleeCoffee Sale 36 r rCoffee
Berlin saucepans Value 60 60Berlin 60Sale Sale 48 48Berlin 48Berlin Coffee pots Value 35Sale 35SaleCovered 25 Sale SaleCovered 20 20Covered
Berlin saucepans Value 70 70Berlin 70Sale Sale56 Sale56J 56 56Berlin Covered buckets Value 40Sale 40SaleBread 40 Sale SsleBread J JBrood 32 32L48
Berlin saucepans Value 80 80Double 80Sale 64 64Double Bread Raisers Value lJ6Sate lJ6SateBread 1 136 Sale 5148 5148Bread L48 L48Bread
J Double boilers Value 100 100Double Sale SaleIM SO SODouble Bread Raisers Value 111 LMSale LMSaleBread Sale 5120 5120Bread 120 UOBrend
lfnIi Bread Raisers Value 140Sale 140SaleMilk 140 Sale 112 112Sale L12M 112Milk
Double boilers Value 120 120Double 120Sale95 120Sale95luJU Sale 9G 9GDouble
IM Pf Double boilers Value L80 L80Convex 180Sala S le 144 144Convex 144Convex Milk M lk pans Value Value1ic Valuel6cto36cSalel2cto2Sc Valuel6cto36cSalel2cto2ScDeep ttc to 36c 36cDeep IfieS Sale le 12c to 2Sc 2ScSale Ie IeDeep
luJU Convex kettles Value 100 100Convex 1oo8ale SaleSO SaleSOConvex 80 80C Deep pudding puddingpans puddingpans puddingpans
Convex C nyex kettles Value 120 120Convex Sale Sale96 Sale96fl 96 96Convex pans Value 26c to 40c 40cLipped Sale 30c to 32c 32cSale UcLipped 12cLipped
fl Convex kettles Value 80 80Convex 80Sale Sale 64 64Convex 64Jilln Lipped saucepansValue saucepans Value 25c Sc to 55c 55cLipped 55cSale Sale 30c to 44c 44cSateSOctoSOc 44cLipped 44cLipped
Jilln Convex kettles Value 70 70Convex 70Sale 70Sale56 70Sale56ftl 56 56Convex Lipped kettles Value Value6c 86c to The 76cBread 71 cSa1e SateSOctoSOc Sale 20c to 80c 80cBread OOcBread
Bread Value 30Sale 30SaleWash 30 Sale Sale24 Sale24Wash 24 4 4Wash
ftl rN Convex kettles Value 60 60Convex 60Sale Sale48 Sale48WI 48 48Convex pans
Wash basins Value JOSale JOSaleWash 10Sale24 10Sale24Wash 20 saleu saleuWash
Convex kettles Value 45 45Combinettes 45Sale36 45Sale36Combinettes Sale 36 36Comblnettes 24
WI Combinettes Value 140 140Comblnettes Sale 4112 4112Combinettes 112 Wash basins Value 36 36Sale 36SalePot Sale SalePot 28
Comblnettes Value 120 120Chambers 120Sale Sale96 Sale96I 96 96Chambers Pot and pan lids Value 34Sale 34SalePot 0SalePot SaIe 14 14SO 14Pot
Chambers Value 75 75Dishpans 75Sale T Sale60 Sale60MJI 60 60Dishpans Pot and pan lids Value StSalPot 2 StSal 6SaIePot SaIe SaIePot SO
11 MJI I iT Dishpans Value 100 100Dishpans 10OSale80 10OSale80lUD Sale 80 80DIshpans Pot and pen lids Value 20Sale 20SaleTea 20 Sale16 Sale16Tea 16 16Tea
Dishpans Value 90 90Dishpans 90Sale Sale72 Sale72Dishpans 72 72Dishpans Tea kettles Value 100Sale 100SaleWater 100 Sale10 Sale10Water 80
lUD Dishpans Value 7OSaIe56 7OSaIe56Tea 70 70Tea 70Sale 56 56Tea Water buckets Value 120 130Sale 130SaleWater Sale SaleWater M 80M KWater
Tea pots Value 50 50Tea 50Sale 40 401W Water buckets Value 1100 100Sale 100SaleWater 100 SaIeSO Sale SaleWater 80
Tea pots Value 45 45SPECIAL Sale SaIe36 SaIe36SPECIAL 36 36SPECIAL Water buckets Value 75Sato 7 75ajeAnother Sale1O 80 80Another fIf Q
1W ct1 lWP lWPAnother
SPECIAL PRICES ON ONGALVANIZED ON111D ONti Another Very Unusual Thing Th r 4 4C
111D ti GALVANIZED WARE WARE8quart Cut C Ut Prices on Mason Fruit Jars JarsPint
Pint Mason Jars covers etc etcii6c 66c per dozen dozen1quart dozeniquart dozen1quart
buckets bucketsSpecial Special 14c 14cIDquart HelOquart 14cJ
8quart galvanized 1quart Mason Jars covers etc ete6ic 65e per dozen dozenOnehalf dozenOnehalf dozenOnehalf
20c 20c14quart 20c1nt
IDquart galvanized buckets Special SpeclaI200 SpeclaI200I
1nt J I 14quart galvanized buckets Special 30c 30c16quart 300l6quart 30cM Onehalf gallon Mason Jars covers coversetc coversetc
M fl 16quart galvanized galvan zed buckets Special SpeciaI35c SpeciaI35cNo 35c 35cNo 35cNo etc 100 per doaen doaenVISITORS dOllenVISITORS dosenVISITORS
No 0 galvanized wash tubs tubsSpeclal Special 45c 45cNo 45cNo1 45cNo
tubs Special SSc 55cNo SScNo SScNo
No No1 1 galvanized wash
No 2 galvanized wash tubs tubsSpecial Special 65c 65cNo 65eNO3 65cI VISITORS to the city are cordial cordially
No NO3 3 galvanized wash tubs tubsSpeclal Special 80c 80c14quart SOc14quart 80cJJI
I ly invited to make this store storetheir storetheir
JJI LIJ 14quart galvanized dfshpansSpecial dishpans Special 24cft 24c 24c17quart 24c17qullrt r rtheir
galvanized dishpans dlshpansSpeclal32c dlshpansSpeclal32c21quart Special 32c 32c21quart 32cI
ft In 17quart their
headquarters headquatterstH
I wLid 21quart galvanized dishpans dlshpansSpeclal Special 43c 430f 1JJ
f tH i Hj 4
KAYSVILLE KA ADVANCESSALOONLICENSE ADVANCES ADVANCESSALOON ADVANCESSALOON
SALOON SALOONLICENSE LICENSE FEE FEESpoclal FE FESpecial FEESpecial
Special to The HeraldRepublican HeraldRepublicanKaysville HeraldRepublicanKaysvllle HeraldRepublicanKaysville
Kaysville Oct GThe 6 The Kaysvllle Ja svlll coun council council councii ¬
cil has passed a liquor ordinance by which whichEaloons whichIaloons whichsaloons
saloons must pay a license of 900 peryear peryear per peryear
year Minors women or habitual drunk drunkards drunkards drunkards ¬
ards cannot buy liquor All pool tables tablesgaming tablesI tablesgaming
gaming tables chairs etc are to be re removid removed reI
I moved This last provision takes effect effectJan eftctJan effectJan
Jan 1 1910 Thc license advance takes takeseffect takpsfort takeseffect
I effect fort Itnirudlat1 l Saloons can open at
6 a m and must dose at 10 p m
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTSSALT
SALT LAKE THEATRE THEATREMrs
Mrs Leslie Carter will bring to Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake when she comes to fill a weeks weeksengagement weeksengagement weeksengagement
engagement at the Salt Lake theatre next nextMonday nextMonday nextMonday
Monday a much stronger supporting com company compan cornpany ¬
pany than she has previously provided providedherself providedherself providedherself
herself with en tour There are two im important Important important ¬
portant male stars in the new play Vasta VastaHerne VastaHer VastaHerfie
Herne Her e which was especially written for forher forher forher
her by Edward Peple who also wrote wroteThe wroteThe wroteThe
The Prince Chap and which she will willpresent wIllpresent willpresent
present during the entire week One of ofthese ofthese ofthese
these is the character of the physician physicianplayed phslclanplayed physicianplayed
played by b John Glendenning and the theother theother theother
other ie that of a prosperous publisher publisherin
in the able delineation of E J Ratcliffe RatcliffeThe
The engagement of these two most emi eminent eminent cmlneat ¬
nent actors by b Mrs Leslie Carter is a fine fineexhibition fineexhibition lneexhibition
exhibition of her heralded generous policy policyin
in the making of her own productions un under under under ¬
der her own management
ORPHEUM THEATRE THEATREApparently THEATREApparenU THEATREApparently
Apparently all the visitors who are now nowIn nowIn nowin
In Salt Lake City for conference and fair fairweek faIrweek fairweek
week are taking advantage of their pres presence presence presence ¬
ence to visit the Orpheum theatre for forstanding forstanding forstanding
standing room only has been the order orderall orderall orderall
all the week The bill is the strongest strongestfor
for some little while and every act has hasscored hasscored hasscored
scored a decided success The advancebooking advance advancebooking advancebooking
booking for the remainder of the week is isunusually Isunusually isunusually
unusually heavy and all who wish to ob obtain obtain obtam ¬
tain tam seats and not meet with disappoint disappointment disappointment ¬
ment should hurry up and send in intheir intheirorders their theirorders theirorders
orders to the box office The matinees matineesdaily matineesdaily matineesdaily
daily are at 216 216IN 215IN 11i 11iIN
IN DREAMLAND DREAMLANDEmmet
Emmet Devoy who is starring starrln In the thecomedyfantasy thecomedyfantasy thecomedyfantasy
comedyfantasy In Dreamland at the theColonial theColonial theColonial
Colonial all this week received the fol following folloing following ¬
lowing letter in Tuesday mornings mall mallWhile mallWhile mallWhile
While enjoying In Dreamland last lastevening lastevening lastevening
evening during that part when you ou so sojoyously 50JOYOUSlY sojoyously
joyously gave your dear motherinlaw motherinlawthe
the thousand dollars on condition that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she depart at once for Africa to evange evangelize evangelize evangelize ¬
lize the heathen the following lines oc occurred occurred cccurred ¬
curred to me meHe meHe meHe
He stood on o his head on the wild seashore sea seashore seashore ¬
shore shoreAnd shoreAnd shoreAnd
And joy jo was the cause of the act actFor actFor actFor
For he felt as he never felt before beforeInsanely beforeInsanely beforeInsanely
Insanely glad in fact factFor factFor factFor
For in the ship that left the bay bayHis bayHis bayHis
His motherinlaw had sailed sailedFor sailedFor sailedFor
For a distant country far away awayWhere awayhere awayWhere
Where here tigers and snakes prevailed prevailedGRAND prevailedGRAND prevailedGRAND
GRAND OPERA SEAT SALE SALESeats SALESeats SALESeats
Seats go on sale this morning at the theColonial theColonial theColonial
Colonial theatre box office for subscrib subscribers ¬
ers to two or more of the operas to be begiven begiven begiven
given by the International Grand Opera Operacompany Operacompany Operacompany
company Thursday Friday and Saturday Saturdaymatinee Saturdaymatinee Saturdaymatinee
matinee and night Oct 14 15 and 16 The Theprices Theprices Theprices
prices for this special enragement are as asfollows asfollows asfollows
follows Lower floor J250 and 1200 OO bal balcony balcony balcony ¬
cony 200 150 and 100 The general generalsale generalsale generalsale
sale opens on Monday Oct 11 Seats Seatsreserved Seatsreserved Seatsreserved
reserved for subscribers and not paid for forby torby forby
by that date will be sold with the general generalseat generalseat generalseat
seat sale The operas to be sung here hereare hereare hereare
are the following Thursday evening Fe Fedora Fedora Fedora ¬
dora Friday evening Lucia dl Lam Lammermoor Lammermoor Lammermoor
mermoor Saturday matinee Carmen Carmenand Carmenand Carmenand
and Saturday night La Traviata Ca Camllle CamUle Camille
mllle f fDORA fDORA 0DORA
DORA THORNE THORNEIn
In presenting Dora Thorne to his pa patrons patrons patress ¬
trons at the Bungalow next week Walter WalterArington WalterArlngton ValterArington
Arington is actuated by the belief that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the public IB ready for a change from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the sort of plays with which it has been beensurfeited beensurfeited beensurfeited
surfeited Dora Thorne is a love story storynothing sto storynothing
nothing more but It is the most beautiful beautifulof
of all love stories In its tenderness and andsimplicity andsimplicity andsimplicity
simplicity The book has been read by bythousands bythousands bythousands
thousands who have wept over the suf sufferings sufferings sufferings ¬
ferings of the heroine and rejoiced at ather ather ather
her final happiness Mr Arington believes believesthat believesthat believesthat
that the public will receive a genuine sur surprise surprise surprise ¬
prise at the beauty of his presentation presentationof
of this charming dama d dma This week the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company is winning golden opinions In InThe InThe inThe
The Cowboy and the Lady which will willbe willbe willbe
be given all the rest of the week with withmatinees withmatinees withmatinees
matinees this afternoon and Saturday

xml | txt