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- WOM A N - V .couaL' v:,- -' . "r"'; - -- '" -- tc . v, :' ..i-'u- .v-.-..- it'" . not t '- .- 'rcr!?it cTnrt ivc:r::o:; -v- llc utv -- : , K ION K N . ! , . . r- little: JUul StiKiCtVU; v Tic ccyT' i ic 1. idea in otcirratt Imh'ii -- ; Jicsse'r W.'u-tueaeu, ami u ...rv.rvitlv xxliifX&' "LitclitiiL j JhyLittim Uutt the volt t a .married, ..man, 'the' ueau m u iuuw , uKciy 10 ir-- worm mote COITIM U IU tV 't lu !l the VUte .of 111 ir ' - and a beat .of-- 70 degrees, is needed to give pun pastry its ilesirable tint and consistency. The comparative coolness of the outside of the oven is a singular feature; as thje chief remarked' at a recent dinner: "You could sit down, on the oven whilcv you roast in-- , ballb: hvih the fariuh V counted for moru. Where the 6men:s votes did tell, as such was very naturally and properly in matters of communal housekeepings as "in a city which had beeuoveridden by a monopolistic alkaline water, company,1 where the' women voted oVerwhelhiingly for mountain water supply. cook-Roas- e wo:: 1 1 aril ins:rucJvw,uHknvcd as to the t ut uie. retuireu til and temix-ratutmutton takes a temperature of inc. TxO degrees Fahrenheit, Kef 340 degrees .inKcd. lvo:m i F X :td' ! "' v : i ' tne Ici.ature win lj .able, but .very little btryoiid the.'" i: v nie. Hie representatives are aivvavs to con-- OBITUARIES. form to the iutintaiii. ;tj:iii. the fdiuuain ran 1, rise no higlier than the source that feeds it. side." ids on Traiellt f . In memory of Mrs. Julia Ann Whittaker Moss, So legislation can do but little more than wife of David Moss.one of. the Mormon Battalion 'whatis demanded by thi vast iuajorjty ()f who died May 22,1895, at herhome in St. Jeorge. COLORADO. IN SUFFKAGK WOMAN The'reTore She was born in England, March nth, "1835, and the rank and tile of the voters. was the daughter of Isaac and Sarah Amaison I congratulate not only the representatives she came with" her parents to Utah in Alice Thacher .Post,.' in The Xeis Whittaker; who sat in. this hall of the great and 1S50, and with her husband was called to Dixie Earth, gives tlie following notes taken by thirty yearsaKO. she leaves one son glorious Constitution which is to be presided to the voters of ;thi.s Territory; for her during a recent visit to Colorado. It is daughters, and her" aged companion, and ten children to mourn her loss; she was a lovratification; I congratulate the rank aiid f a good antidote for the unfavorable report grand wife and mother, she performed a noble wprk of a "sporting man," Bat Masterson, lately ing ,rfile of the voters all over the state for havin St. the George Temple for the dead. May we Bos.toii-k- : in the Jthelr in made demands published who still remain, do as well as she has done. ing respective' localities to produce this splendid results. During a recent journey through Colo- Betsy G. Whittaker.' I asked and husband rado I naturally Hut want to say to you that as 'President my Died at Goshen Utah, June 1st, 1S95, our aged the to in . practical workregard of the Xational, Woman's' Suffrage Associa-questions and respected Sister, Ann Gardener in her ninety tion I. am litre for of looking ing of the suftrage recently' granted to wofirst year. She was born the 27th of April 1805. men of that State. , in Glasgow Scotland. She obeyed the gospel in into this new constituency of the Woman to the National To our 1S52, and like many others, through obeying the I put Suftrage Association and am here to take for Gospel, was left a widow with her famijy to. supColorado, the chair in. this convention by virtue 'of Single .Tax Committeementhe port. She emigrated to Utah in came promptly the answer: by the delegates having been in Captain Dan McArthurs Company of plains '' 'It has dignifieu the suffrage, different states: handcarts with her three sons and two daughters, representing the' thirty-siBuckliiAvent on to say that the woand societies of the Union composing the enduring bravtly all the hardships incident to such a journey. She leaves three sons and one duties their men had taken very seriously; Ever since we were fairlv Or-forty-twdaughter, grand children and thirty-fivganized Utah )ki.s always been with us and that tliehad attired themselves with care, and numerous friends great made-i- t business the and of had to us make to to and important establish to mourn her loss. She w as a faithful Latter-daamong help ' . that and to maintain the Xational Woman" Sufday. Saint, and a teacher in our Relief S6ciety;wc wish to cherish her memory and offer these themselves dressed That especially We Jiaye always had they frage Association. Resolutions of Respect. with us the delegates from Utah. Nearly- for the occasion was corroborated elsewhere, Whereas Or.r Heavenly Fatherln His wisdom always have we had with us the ladv who ;and it 'delighted me, greatly. If women has taken from our midst our aged and beloved is now the President of our Territorial As- ve wish to emulate her virthought of the suffrage as a masculine sister and and her noble qualities. sociation Mrs. Hmrneline Wells' who- function, in its exercise they would imitate tues vVhereas She was patient and cheerful through re presented the women Territory at men, and go to the polls in their everyday all her trials, and faithful in the performance of the Convention in Washington. As I am marketing gowns. But no, it is a feminine her duties, in fact her whole life in particular was President by the ehoice6f the delegates 'function andit is to be exercisedin feminine to God his and given service, and our long and fashion. And when a woman has a serious continued relation with her, make it imperative sent from those' thirty-siMtates I feel we record our appreciation cf her, highly honored witiriny )ositio.u and I am decision to make or duty - to perform, she mattierefore be it Resolved that the wisdom and care.. Therefore thev tM ig4iletHt74)e here you Tdres5es"lierlf ability and labors of our beloved sister be held in " in their name and on their behalf in the put on their good clotrfes When they go to grateful remembrance, ..the polls. j: ,Also Resolved that a copy of these Resolutions grand step that' has been taken by your be copied in our record of the Goshen Relief Inmost cases .husbands and wives had in contributing to Society, and one given to the bereaved relatives the admission: of Utah as a State giving gone together to the polls. and one to the Woman's Exponent for publicaAnd how were the Spoils? the equality of Suffrage, to women. , tion. " in The and clean. We say with the poet Sloan, Orderly party power Mad no dared tD have them otherwise, lest "Mourn not the dead who peaceful lay bodies down errVvotesT" jJiyshould4ose-some-o-Pt OVKX Whol e'ave'this frail and mortal clay cooking ix ax They were in better condition than the" post To seek a fadeless crown." . office. Loafers were kept away from them , . MAKYKI.S IX Emma L. Ienkins. Martha Chkistknson. and no drunkenness" was to be seen upon Elison G6urlev Committee. English electricians deserve inuch credit the streets during the whole day. I had for the practical way in which they have always maintained that if the polls were solved many of the problems arisiiig out of "not fit places for. women'' they, could C. Shipp development in electrical cookery.. A easily be made so, but it had not occurred writer on thechemistry of cookery to me that the mere fact of the woman's Wn.t commence her next class in Obhas given it as his opinion that the perfect having a vote would compel their cleaning Had political differences caused any stetrics and Nursing on Monday, Oct. 14th. arrangement for an oven Would be the radiation of its heat from all. sides. This family dissensions? Tuition $50.00 Residence. 238 East, 4th is now done in an eketru'-'ovewhich is The idea was scouted. T South. Telephone 383, The pro-- , Did the women vote as- their husbands having a large sale in London. .cess is said to produce a cooked ineat absovoted? wholesome and lutely extre.nely appetizing. Probably they usually did, but not in all There is no combustion wliateAiex-Jneases. - Two women told me" with amuse- CLASS IN .MIDWIFERY. and the food," being 'cooked in"a pure ment that their husbands had ne.ver. asked atmosphere, cannot possibly 7 be Tain led7 how they votedand only knew by inference. Dr. R. B. Pratt, specialist: in eye and The heat is turned on at any part merely Mr. Buekliu gave us a new' idea. streetr Salt , SupposeuJearand midwiferyoffice 75-of a movement switch. is Jthe It by the wiferdoes vote as her husban produced inside the oven, and it is so conserved without the exercise of 'individual mences class in midwifery October 9, 1895 opinion, 'that after the oven is once made hot. what is that to a degree gives thy man. tvo; ' ;- ' Votes. . ..Write "lor particulars; , re . 1 - j and-tw- o. , - j - . the-purpos- . ... . first-questio- n, . j 1856,-crossi- ng ! re-elect- 4 x T7-Mr. , -- "i o e . grand-childre- n y " . - ! co-labore- of-.thi- s " i . j j x - f 1 " W-Tl- aiTd-xorirTltPl- a;e , : . , - ; , (Applause.) ' . ' he-wo- i:u;ctkic ' Their-.weane- rn , .'IX)MKSTfC-bCl,KNCK- j well-know- Dr. Maggie n n - -t he-ove- ' n, - F. -- '