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TYcderic LocMey, Sr., of Missoula,
Montana, who was editor of tho Salt
lake Tribune from 1872 to 1879, and
whose acquaintance with and knowl
edge of Mormon practices cannot be
questioned, takes exceptions to edi
torial utterances of tho East Ore
gonlan. concerning the Mormons, in
mo following able article:
"Missoula, Mont., March 12. (To
the Editor.) Your editorial para
graph of the 4th Inst., in relation to
tno famoot .nqulry, now nt Washing,
ton, gives evidence that you cgregl
ously misapprehend tho Utah sltua.
tlon. Your ideas are altogether too
coiueur ao rose. Distance lends en
cnnniment to the view.
iou nrst tell us that "The Mor
mons faith Is strong, honest, sincere
uuu ueepiy grounded n his heart.'
Apostle Lyman's testimony before
uio election committee hardlv wnr.
ranis mat saying. Senator' Hoar
wanted to bring out what sacredness
attached to tho revelations constantly
ueing received irom the Almlrjhtv
and tho apostle's vacillation was real
In the Mormon hierarchy thorn
io proicssional "prophets, seers and
revelators;" the president and his
iwo councilors, and the quorum of
apostles. ueforo Utah was admitted
to statehood, and congress exercised
control over its affairs, persistent ef-
juris were made in tho courts to
suppress the practice of polygamy
i ma me Mormon preachers and
newspaper writers invelched acalnst
us persecution. The Aim chtv hart
revealed to his servant, Joseph Smith,
nis uivino win mat tlie early Jewish
practice Of jilural wifehood should be
rostored to our civilization, and the
sons of the Latter-Day covenant
very readily acceded to the com
"This Indulgence our laws oppose,
and the repeated but futile attempts
at restriction caused serious confu
sion. The apostle, Orson Pratt, one
time discussing these harassing pros
ecution in the Salt Lake tabernacle.
maue tins positive declaration (I
being among his hearers): 'When
man's law conflicts with God's law,
mo true saint has no choice, he
"must" live his religion, though it
carry him Into the penitentiary.'
"That, youwould say, shows that
the Mormon's faith is strong, honest
"But shortly after that, when Del
egate Georgo Cannon (himself an
apostle), went on to Washington to
take his seat for a third term, ho be
ing the husband of four wives, and,
fearing objection might be raised to
his marital multitudinousness, pro
cured divorces from three of these
connubial affinities, to show his purg
ation from the offense.
"No objection was raised to his ad
mission, and the divorces wero not
produced; his harem consequently
went on undisturbed. But it shows
how lightly his religion rested upon
this holy man when he was willing
to sacrifice these wives of his bosom
to gratify his political ambition.
"Hero Is how Apostle Lyman treats
" 'Do you mean to say,' asked Sen
ator Hoar, 'that a revelation from the
Lord which had been rejected by the
people would count for nothing?1
"'It would count for nothing for
those who rejected It.'
"'Would u be binding upon the In
strument of the Lord who received
"'We should follow the wish of the
"'Well, how about you?' ,
" 'I should be bound to do what the
"I may remark parenthetically that
this testimony Is all moonshine; its
purpose Is to mislead 'The People'
the followers of this annolntcd priest
hood direct nothing.
"One-half are of foreign birth, and
a large proportion, (especially tho
plural wives) cannot speak English;
and they ccept without cavil what
ever Is given Jo them as of divlno
authority. But tho divine genuine
ness of President Josonh K1. Smith.
Francis H. Lyman and others of the
holy npostleate, who aro yet to be
put under the harrow, shows what
a sham this religion Is.
"When Brlgham Young died and
loft tho presidency of tho church va
cant, tho whole apostolic quorum
shut themselves up in an ndobo
building, called tho Council House,
where they remained a week, pro
fessedly holding communion with the
Lord as to the succession to tho va
"Tho Lord's will being Imparted to
His chosen servants. It was announc
ed in tho tabernacle the following
Sabbath to 8,000 assembled saints,
and then a vote was taken.
"The witness, Lyman, says that a
revelation counts for nothing if tho
peoplo reject it, but tho strict and
effective organization of tho church
puts It out of their power to relict It.
" t n 1. 1 i .... ,. ,
.'Hwuviu Bttuiuu inu wiicnes no
met in the heath, because they pal
tered to him in n double senso; they
held the word of promise to tho ear,
but broke it to tho hope. That's the
nature of 'a church election In Utah.
"Announcement beinc made to the
congregation of saints, that tho Lord
had chosen his servant, John Taylor,
to assume tho mantlo formerly worn
uj uio deceased Hrigham,' it was now
given to his people to sustain tho
What followed, do yon sunnoso?
A call of the roll? or a viva voce
voto? They don't do things thnt
way. The oleaginous George Q. took
the vote, and ho first submitted It to
the surviving members of tho first
They affirmed tho choice, of
course. Then the bench of npostles
declared their will, (the whole busi
ness was cut and dried), next tho
elders of the seventies, and so on
through the descending grades of tho
Melchizedek priesthood. Then camo
the Aaronlc priesthood, blshons. dea
cons, teachers and others to tho num
ber r several thousand.
'AH these followed suit, as thev al-
ways do. Ixiok, the voice of tho peo
ple was taken; a swarm of deluded
followers, without parts or nassions
gathered up from all tho nations of
tho earth, ono from a village, two
from a family, and speaking all lan
guages known to the typefounder.
What could they do but assent.
Impressed with the Impregnability of
the defense, I asked myself, as ono
of the audience, -what vote I would
give wero I one of tho elect. Tho
pressure Is too overwhelming for
'But If I say nioro I shall exceed
your space. Your cheerful talk about
tho happiness and industry of those
chosen peoplo Is a very attractive ro
mance; it only lacks the element of
You think It Is so. and clvc tho
thought expression. Now thnt tho
true Inwardness of tho Latter-Day
religion and practice is brought prom
inently before tho American ueonlo
If you think tho matter would be of
interest to your readers. I would
willing to tell them somo further of
the life In Utah.
"FRED LOCKLEY, SR.
"MURRAY AND MACK" TONIGHT.
Coterie of DuXom Broadway Heart
Breakers at the Fraier.
"A Night on Broadway," tho sec
ond edition of Murray & Mack's mu
sical fantasy, will hid for popular
notice at tho Krnzcr this evening.
In tho new edition the author has
framed a inntnstlc story, having for
Its Important and almost solo object,
an evening of fun for Intelligent tho
ntergoers, Kerker Morton, the com
poser, has written an Interesting
HEAD SOLID SORE
Awful Suffering of Baby mi
Sleepless Nights if
CURED BY CUTICURA
Skin Fair as a Lily with no Scar
to Recall Awful Sore
Kittle Beck, with Murray and Mack.
score, which abounds In tuneful num
bers of the sort which mnko a strong
bid for popularity.
Tho mnnageniont hns given this
musical fnrco comedy a superb
mounting, and a great outlay of
money has been expended upon Its
mechanical scenic equipment and
Tho principals engaged aro Broad
way favorites and singers nud como-
dians of merit. Tho chorus is com
posed of somo scores of pretty young
women and young men with good
voices. There Is also a coterie of
"show girls," whoso beauty and vocal
talunt aro expected to work wonders
in tho heart-breaking line.
Water polo and Indoor swimming
hnvo taken on now impetus through
out the country this senson.
" I herewith wrlto out In full the be
ginning and cud of that terrible disease,
eczema, w'jlch caused my babe untold
suffering and myself many sleepless
" My babo was born seemingly a fnlr,
healthy child, but when she was three
weeks old a swelling appeared on tho
back of her head, and In conrso of tlmo
broke. It did not heal but grow worse,
and the roro spread from tho size of a
dime to that of a dollar. I used all
kinds of remedies that I could think of,
but nothing seemed to help; In fact, It
grow worse. Her hair fell out whero
tho sore was, and I fen red It would novir
grow again. It continued until my aged
father came on a visit, and when ho
saw tho baby ho told mo toget Cutl
cura Soap nud Olutiuent right uway.
" To pleaso him I did so, and to my
surprise by their use tho sore began to
heal over, tho hair grew over It, and
to-day sho has a nlco head of hair, her
skin Is its fair ns n Illy, nud sho hat no
scar loft to recall that awful sore, and
It It over eight months and no sign of
Mrs. Wm. Ryrii, Elk Ulvcr, Minn.
"Cure permanent." So writes Mrs.
Rycr, Feb. 25, 1003, six years later:
' Your lettcrof tho l'.itli Inst. received,
asking In regard to tho curoof my baby
somo six years ago. Welt, tho dlscaso
has never returned to her head which nt
that tlmo was a solid soro on top and
down tho hack. Once or twlco since
then a patch has come on her hand near
the wrist, hut It finally disappeared
after propor treatment with Cutlcira."
.Hold Ihrouihoat th. world. Cutleur. IUMl.nt. Ata.
(In form of Vhocoltu Coted Mill, IM. pr .Ulofai),
plnlni.nl. Wo., Soap.lu. lnoU I Lmdon, If UhtrtOT
hnuM Hq.i I'crta.a ua.d. I. l'tli i Itoatnn, 1ST Columbus'
At., l-otur lfru a Chtra. Corp-. Sol. 1-roDrt.ton.
mr bud lot How ki Cur. Lcm."
MINNESOTA FOR ROOSEVELT.
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. The Stww f
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
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HUDE 0FI UMATILLA
Every Congressional District Will Go
on Record Soon.
St. Paul, Minn., March 15. Th
most of the congresionnl conventions
to select delegates to tho ronubll
can national convention aro to he
eld in Minnesota this week. At Du
luth tho Eighth district convention Is
on today and tho Fifth district con
vention is being held in Minneapolis
An Indorsement of Roosovelt for
renomlnation is expected In each dls'
trlct and similar resolutions will bo
adopted" nt tho stato convention
bo held in Minneapolis Thursday
select tho four dclcgatcs-at-Iargo
the Chicago convention.
and "Pride of Umatilla."
A. ROHDE, Maker
1 WHEN SICK GET CURED
Mori, - " Wi l thnw,..,.. . .
Ut fc 0perlmentinB but m10ratam, yr aliment. No guess
Itor. . " nundrcio . " uu won euro is possible. And
hrrie. Merstad tho mB,7, , 0d ,ncuralj,. by American doc
I "e oaknn.,. . lno raeaical qualities nt m,. i..,. .i
wn to oth, aualltlos of roots, herbs, barks and
'ler practitioners. 2
no wmT ?
n. v. VY 1 iJ I , KC
C.:!i7:ide street' PortlBnd' o,e6on i
The case of Miss Frankie
Orser, of Boston, Mass., is in
teresting to all women.
"Deak Mbs. Pinkham: I suffered
imlseryforseveral years. Mybackaehcd
and I had bearing-down pains, and fro-
luent headaches. I would often wako
rom a restful sleep In such pain and
miscrv that It would bo hours heforo
I could close my oyes again. I dreaded
tho long nights and weary days. I
could do no work. I consulted differ
ent physicians hoping to get relief,
but, finding that their medicines did
not cure mo, I .tried Iij'dia E. l'lnk
hiuu'a Vegetable Compound, as
it was highly retiomincudcd to me. I am
glad that I did so, for I Boon found
that it was tho inodtolno for my case.
Very soon I was rid of every acho and
1aln and restored to porfoct health.
: feel splendid, have a lino uppotlte,
and havo gained iu weight a lot."
Miss I'kawuk OitflKi!, 14 Warronton
St., Boston, Mass. fSOOO forfait If original
of abote letter proving gtnulnents cannot b po
Stoly you cannot wish to ro
lualu vc-ilc, sick and dlscquratred,
and exhausted with each day's
work. Somo derangement of tho
fomlnlno orpan3 Is responsible
for this eiluuistlou, following
any kind of work or effort.
Iij-dla 12. Pinkham'S Arefrotttble
Compound will help you just as
it has thousands of other women.
Do You Want Strength?
ii you want to increase your
strengtii you must add to not tako
from tho physical. In other words
the food that you eat must be digest
eu, assimilated and appropriated by
tho nerves, blood and tissues before
being expelled from tho intestines,
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to tho
physical. It gives strength to and
builds up tho human system. It is
pleasant to the taste and palatable,
and tho only combination of digest'
ants mat will digest tho food and
enable tho system to appropriate p.U
of its health and strength-giving
quaimes. som by Tallman & Co.
Knox, Ind., March 15. Congress
man Abraham L. Brick was ronomln
ateii norp today by tho ronubllrmi
congressional convention of tho Thlr.
teonm district. Two do ecatos wnrn
cnoson to represent tho district at
tho national convention at Chlcaan
in Juno and resolutions wero adopt-
uu lauuiauig me national administra
tion anu ravorlng tho renomlnation
of Mr. Roosevelt jTor president.
"Uncle Joe" Renominated.
Danvlllo, 111., Mnrch 15. Ropubli
cans of tho Eightoenth district of HI!
nols hold tholr congressional conven
tion noro today. After selecting del
cgatos to tho national convention nud
nuiorsiug itoosovolt for renomlnation
tno contention unanimously renomi
nated Speaker Cauuon for congress.
Mrs. Springsteen, of Blnghampton,
N. Y wns ovorjoyod nt tho return of
her son nftor sovoral years absonco
nnd dropped dead during tho erod
TO KILL THE DANDRUFF QERM.
Ia tkt' Oulr Poulble War of Having
An Effective Cure,
If you see a woman or n man with lux
uriant glossy hair, you may bo sure nei
ther has dandruff to amount to anything.
In nearly every case where women and
men have thin brittle hair, they owe It
to dandruff. There are hundreds of prep
arations that "claim" to euro dandruff,
but not one but Nowbro's llerplcldo tells
you that dandruff Is the result of a term
Durrowlngr Into the scalp, and that per
manent euro of dandruff nnd Its conse
quent falling and baldrtcss, can only bo
rma ty Killing the germ; and there Is no
other preparation that will destroy that
germ but Nowbro's llerplcldo, "Destroy
me cause, and you remove tho effect.'
Bom by leading drugglstB. Send 10c. In
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$1,200.005 room, 1& story
$1,700.008 Room, 2 story
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good cellar, woodshed, pump
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$600.001 Vacant lot. Very
$2,000 7 room 2 story house
A rooniH each 15x15, hath
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$250.00 1 vacant lot.
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We are prepared to con
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