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14 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY NOV 26 1909
SERVICE IS HElD
IN THE TABERNACLE
Organ Recital Vocal Solos and
Address Make up
Program
ADDRESS BY MATT THOMAS
SETS FORTH REASONS FOR
SPIRIT OF DAY
Espeelally appropriate to Thanksgiv
Ilig day was the service held yesterday
at the tabernacle the exercises start
lug shortly after noon and lasting about
iht hour There was an organ recital
made up of several chalco numbers gh
r 11 by Professor J J McClellan organ
Iit two solos by Mrs Lizzie Thomas
Edward and a brief address on the
putt oC the day by Mathonlhah Thom
a The order of the exercises was as
Jlows
Organ selections from Lohengrln
Wagner
Prayer Benjamin Goddard
Organ selections Communion In v
IlUste
I Need Thee EVry Hour
Solo Angels Ever Bright and Fair
Handel Lizzie Thomas Edward
Address 1fathonlhah Thomas
Solo Beyond the Gates of Paradise
Mrs Lizzie Thomas Edward
Organ Pilgrims Chorus From Tan
bauser Wagner
My friends It is a long cry from to
day to the first Thanksgiving day In
161 said Mr Thomas In opening his
address but It does not need the ee
r the seer or a mind touched with dl
t ire power to show what we have to be
thankful for As a nation we have
ause to be thankful We have been
Trosperous during the year and we
lave been at peace with others The
t orld as a whole has been at peace dur
ing most of the year and has been pro
gressing as fast perhaps as has been
Tosslble
Spirit of Peace
The speaker saW the spirit of peace is
rmpatfng the world today Is entering
1T to the cabinets of the nations and
Into the minds of the great men of the
IW He said the American nation Is
a quiring the spirit of adjusting Its
rtffifultles among its own Individuals
nd s ith other nations matters of great
t ment havIng been adjusted by arbi
tration He said that It Is necessary
oily to look at the last few pages of
till history of the nation to see how It
has grown In this respect
Mr Thomas said the nation has cause
to bf thankful for the provision crude
IT i the constitution by Its founders that
the nation should not Interfere with
the exercise of religious liberty by any
I dlvldual HE said this provision led to
t 1 e statement on the part of some that
zhc refusal of the government to take
h1V part In any religion might be looked
upon as Irreverence He said that the
pint which underlies this was not Ir
reverence however but perfect free
dmn Today men worship how when
Id where they wish The country pro
t r t the hulvIdual in this right so
ng as he does not Interfere with the
r ghts of others Today the speaker
< lid this nation Is regarded not as one
f irreverence but as one the name of
1h Is established throughout the
vrrld as a Christian nation
Hi Mid there arc few In the land who
tr not believe that there Is a God who
itets t the land and for this there Is
to I to be thankful There Is cause
ff thanks for free speech for the right
gn n to individuals to gather and ex
r 1 opinion and She right to petition
11 these making for the freedom of
man
Right of Free PreSS
The nation also has the right of free
Tr llr Thomas said and It speaks
rratly for the Intelligence of the people
wLcn It can be said that rarely Is tllls
right abused The nation he pointed
out also has cause to be thankful for
flr growth of education the spirit of
c 9ncation < < having advanced among the
rc ldEnts of the land to a great extent
mpulsory education has been estab
IfhEd nevermore to be taken away
from thE people The world Mr Thom
ig said has just been shocked b3 the
death of n man who seemed to stand
fir educational development and ad
2nment All the power and glory of
the nation he said fades Into Inslgnlfi
ranee < < when compared with what the
natlm Is doing to advance the poorest
pf thE citizens in an educational way
We have not the spirit of Spain nor the
Iuds of Russia and this nation Is
tr wing upward to a place above other
rtlons a place which it deserves
There is nothing that should make
u more thankful said otr Thomas
than bur own advance While there
may be spot of weakness in our struc
turE we believe that we are better and
greater than ever before It Is well
fllat the chief executive Oj the nation
should set aside a day on which thanks
la3 be returned to God that this na
tion may not become an Irreverent one
1J1d It 1ft tbis practice of returning
thanks for the goodness shown to the
nation that makes this a nation of
thanksgiving people
The speaker said t ± at we have cause
bove all to be thankf t for the mission
e Jesus Christ and for what It has
1nnr to promote till spirit ot brother
Clod among men He said we should
be thankful that God JIves and hears
our prayers and that as a nation we
are advancing and he said his prayer
was that this spirit of thankfulness
might permeate the individuals of Uw
land more during the coming year than
ever before
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QUIET DAY AT HOTELS
Traveling Public Suspend Usual
Work On Holiday
Thanksgiving day in the hotels and
their corridors was spent quietly The
traveling men took their day off and
spent the time resting from their usual
arduous labors There were comparative
ly few outoftown vIsitors registered In
the hotels with cafes attached as the
Ioxom Wilson and Kenyon the after
noon and evening dinner was the feature
with special menus The cafes here well
patronized Iy individuals and families
and tables were reserved fo many prl
late dinner parties
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BEAN SOUP MEMORIES
SUPPlANTED BY TURKEY
Inmates of City Jail Provided With
Feast Appropriate for Day
of Thanksgiving
Bean soup memories faded Into olJ
Jtlon at the city jail Thanksgiving after
noon Fittgeven prisoners who have
been slowly reforming on R blany and
cold potato diet feasted on turkey and
dressingaye stuffed themselves with
the delicious white and dark meatthen I
coonled sundry pieces of fruit cake and
pie minus the a la mode under their bunks
for lunch time last night
Bos who have schemed for weeks past
to be In on the Thanksgiving feed
beamed with joyous approval and tilt
thought oC 30 days In with 20 days yet
to serve was banished when the firs
steaming odors of turkey roast pork and
dressing mince pie and other delicacies
percolated Into the cell rooms
Muggs Palmer said It was the best
stack 0 grub he had ever gone up
against Furthermore after a short ses
sion with the turkey et cetera he said
It had him goln groggy and hangln
on to de ropes luggsy Is an ex
pugilist 80 his meaning may be taken as
complimentary
Anyhow the city jail prisoners sur
rounded Ii festive bench with Un plates
which staggered under their burden and
everybody wanted to pat H F Wilkinson
the jailer on the back after It was all
over The Salvation Army added a des
sert of fruit and nuts
Under the direction of Deputy Sheriff
Joe Burbidge 86 prisoners at the county
jail were given a Thanksgiving feast yes
terday afternoon that Included chicken
mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce
The latter dish puzzled some of the pris
onErs not a little and brought reminis
I cences that would do no harm
Dumplings pie and fruit cake finished
off a dinner that many a man outside of
jail would have been lucky to have had
Prisoners were allowed to mingle together
in the corridors and many were the
packages of fruit and other good things
received from frIends during the day
DECLARED NOT GUILTY
Altman Brothers of Chicago Clear of
Bomb Throwing Charge
Chicago Noq 26VJncent and Joseph
Altman accused of throwing a bomb
which wrecked the plant of the Standa
Sash Door company in this city in
1008 were found not guilty thIs morning
h Judge Tuthills court One oC the err
s tibns of the trial was the testimony cf
Bruno Verra who declared that he saw
the defendants brother make a bomb and
knew that they had set fire to a num
ber of buildings as the agents of a labor
union
The trial began November 5 An at
tempt was made to connect the delEn
dants with the repeated bomb throwings
which have marked the course of What 18
known 8S the gamblers war In this
city
FRENCH NAVAL PROGRAM
Paris Nov 25Acordlng to a news
paper report Admiral de la Pnere min
Ister of marine has recommended tile
construction In 1110 of an Improved Dread
naught ot 3000 tons and speed of 21
knot and the building ot two battleshIps
annually until the number shall total 19
Ot these six will be of the Dreadnaught
type
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INMATES OF INFIRMARY
HAVE A PlEASANT DAY
Big Turkey Dinner Is Served and
Christian Science Church Work
ers Hold Thanksgiving Service
Turkey cranberry sauce mince pie and
numerous other edibles fit for the best
table In the land was the portion of the
old folks at the county infirmary yester
day Superintendent C V Anderson left
nothing undone to make the day a most
pleasant one for the 101 Inmates
Dinner was served shortly after noon
and there was an abundance for all There
are 26 In the mens ward and 17 in the
womens ward who are Invalids and could
not eat In the dining room but these fared
likE the others only that they ate mostly
alone There was a feeling of good cheer
all during the day and the old folks en
joyed themselves to the fullest Thanks
giving and Christmas are the two big
days of the year for the Inmates of the
Infirmary and they had everything that
even the whIms of age could ask
At 20 oclqck In the afternoon services
were conducted at the infirmary by mem
bers of the Christian Science church Sev
eral short talks were made relative to
the meaning of Thanksgiving day There
were several songs on the program after
which candy was passed to the old peo
ple
Last evening another delicious spread
was enjoyed by the Inmates though less
extensive than the dinner From morn
Ing until night It was a day oC real
Thanksgiving for the old people and Su
perintendent Anderson felt cheered last
night over the success of the days pro I
gram
ThE women of the Christian SciencE
church presented Mrs Anderson wife of
the superintendent with a beautiful bOiI
quet and distributed candy among the In
mates
HOliDAY WEll OBSERVED I
General Cessation of Business Marks
the Local Thanksgiving
Celebration
Aside from the wide variety of liquid
merchandise dispensed over mahogany of
various quality supplying a demand that
Is never fully satisfied there was little
business transacted in Salt Lake yesttr
day The thankful denizens of Zion con
tented themselves with a discussIon of
the annual dinner and offhand testimony
as to how much bigger the turkey was
with all his raiment on
All the public buildings were closed to
traffic except the usual dispensation of a
few hours at the postofflce Officehold
ers dispersed to their various homes and
spent Thanksgiving just as It has been
spent for decades Business houses locked
i the front door and left watchmen on the
I job to eat a dInner that was packed and
slipped In by the folks during the after
noon
With a leaden sky overhead the most
inviting spots seemed to be at thE family
fireside the football enthusiasts being
about the only ones to show any signs of
life
DECREE NOT SIGNED
Marriage of Divorced Woman Pre
vented for Time Being
Defiance 0 Nov 25Too much pub
licity polled the plans for the third mar I
riage of Mrs Bessie SpeckWllliamsLar
cum aged 19 an Intended Thanksgiving
event
The girl was divorced Monday in pro
bate court from her second husband 1d
ward Larcum and announced she In
tended to be married at once to Benja
min Hill who had been a boarder at her
parents home and had advanced money
to pay for the divorce proceedings
When Hili applied to the same court
for a license it was refused and he was
Informed that the formal decree of di
vorce would oe withheld while the court
looked further into the circumstances
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THE DEATH RECORD I
Captain Edward P Allen
Ypsilanti Ikh Nov 5Capt Edward
P Allen Democratic congressman from
the Second Michigan district from 1886 to
IsW died suddenly tOday
Martin J Wright
Sacramento Nov 25lIartln J Wright
formerly surveyor gEneral of California
died today in this city
Major H D Bulkley
Baltimore Nov 25 Maj H D Bulk
ley comptroller of the Baltimore Ohio
Railroad company and one of the most
widely known railroad men In the eoun
try died at his home here today of a
Cancerous affection
SliGHT FREEDOM FOR
PRISONERS STATE
Thanksgiving Day at Penitentiary Is
Occasion for Relaxing
Rigid Discipline
Way Down Upon the Swanee River
In happyhearted negro melody to the ac
companiment of H banjo mingled with
shouts of Hit him In the solar Thatll
get hIs goat Its a shame to do It
caused more than one citizen to glance
with panicstricken apprehension towards
the grim gray walls of the state prison
yesterday afternoon momentarily expecl
Inb to see a stream of stripeclad men
come pouring over the walls to freedom
But within the prison for all the alarm
Ing sounds that emanated from the Inte
rior the thought of escaping was perhaps
never further from the longtime men
Men who have for long months worked
stolidly sIde by sIde their tightly drawn
lips uttering only muttered whispers or
relaxed to address a guard on ester
day knew all the gladness of restraint rq
moved
Stringed Instruments and voices long
pent up rang through the surprised cor
ridors while groupS oC men gathered here
and there around improvised prize rings
and saw their fellows contest for supre
macy with the boxing gloves Such songs
as had not been forgotten carne with all
thE strength and vigor of scores of male
voices
New arrivals sang songs which their
fellows heard and applauded for the first
time Men who have been behind the
bars for years heard popular ditties that
stirred their blood and brought longIngs
anew for the outside world
No service of any kind was held in the
prison In charge of the guards the pris
oners were allOWed all of the freedom that
can be given behind the walls and bars
Many of the men added to the general en
tertainment with stringed Instruments
and others accompanied with singing
Boxing gloves and games were allowed
and ramped muscles found delightfUl re
laxation In a form of exercise that his
long < been denied h1s
All of this was only the topping of
of a Thanksgiving dinner worthy the
name Roast pork with sage dressing was
followed by apple sauce and mashed poth
toes with brown gravy Hot rolls and
butter pickles cookies
coffee oraabla
and bananas made up the rest of the
days bill of fare

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