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-- 176 WOMAN'S EXPONENT. husband; one brother and many friends to mourn her loss. MISCELLANEOUS. and that she could failure those of if .we HTelt that if we live in such hard times, can we stand have the Spirit of the. Lord She- felt very .sorry many trials and afflictions. when sue nearu u: jaiuiuw "'" separated from each other. Frayed we might in the Kingdom oi. all come to be 'God.. .; sisters J3ii?hop; Atkins endorsed all that the had said; this Church would not be complete in its organization without the IteTief Socity; " to encourage, the gibers in the good wnrk. far ha knew tbev were doing great good, and he prayed that they might continue- in their labors. Alter singing meeting aojourucu. Afternoon' "session: Primary Conference convened, Prcst." Sarah Hale presiding. Songs recitations and essays were "given in a creditable manner by the children showing that they had been well taught by the president and her counsels. After the exercises the President, -- She died in full faith in the Gospel, to rest until the morning of t"he first resurrection. to call from bur midst Whereas, Providence has seen fit in theeause of and our much. esteemed Sister truth to finish the labor so nobly begun on earth in a higher rsphere We deeply sympaihisey.with the berea,ve(rhu3--banand pray God to bless and comfort him in the great ' '. loss he has 'sustained;,.j - -- rs ' he-fel- t iu;u . to-day- riL-ii j H" Yf. . . lira-Kincrti- nu - Committee. ; -' . Communicate personally, or by letter, for particulars, to 59 . , full-- ' S- - JIRST EAST STREET. REtTHOMAS mgs ot the,. Council. Lx. Gov. Long, on April2nd, presented in the United States House of Representatives a petition from women of the( InternationarCouncil, urging the passage of the Blair Educational Bill.' A copy of the petition was placed on the desk of each Representative. On the same woman suffragists assembled in day about-loOthe ladies' reception' room of the Senate at eight o'clock, where they were given audience by the Senate committee- - on woman- - suffrage. Miss Anthonyr Mrs. Stanton, Mrs. Shattuck, Mrs, Grote, of Norway, Miss Trigg, of Finland, JMrs. Chant,, of England, Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, Mrs. Merrick, of Louisiana, "Mrs. Keefer, of Toronto, and Miss Willard, in turn addressed the committee in favor of woman L." , T m EMPOEIUM E SAtT LAKE CITY. -- The, Leading Retail Cash Hon s e . c. ' At the opening executive session rjf the na tional'Woman's Suffrage' Association the following resolution was adopted: the Resolved, That Executive Committee JUSTICE FOR UTAH WOMEN. of the National-Woman'- s Suffrage Association in assembled now the Universal ist Church at Tlnrrou Woman's Journal: Washington, April 3, accept and heartily apNow that justice has Been doneio Washington prove the clear andv forcible statement of Mrs. be '8 undone the Sewall in regard to the action of thlPcomraittee women, let Wrong Territory of Arrangements in calling, an International which has been inflicted on the In, the' Council, and do hereby tender them our sincere ous, unoffending women of Utah. bill last was and gratful thanks for magnificent work done a the Congress closing days of passed containing a section depriving all Utah by them, and that ourselves women of the suffrage they had exercised for not only on the wisdom of our choice in selecseventeen years; and this was done without ting them to do this great work, but on the - reason or excuse. Now let all demand that blessed results that have, followed our united this wrong be righted. Let each and every labors. Ex. suffragist, in every State and Territory, write at once' to' his or her representative in Congress, IN MEM OR I AM. to use his utmost iufluence for the repeal of Sec. 9 of the last anti Mormon law. If Con-pre. Diet, at her residence in LevaQ,Juab Co. Utah', Sister suspends elective government entirely in Eliza Curtis, beloved wife of Brother Eli Curtis. She, was Utah, suffragists as such caunot complain; but born Jan. 4, 1834, at Suffolk, England. Came.to Utah it is intolerable that while men are allowed to in 1862. She died March 8, 1888. aged 54 years, 2 months vote, their innocent sisters should be causelessly and 4. days. Sister Curtis was Secretary of the" Sabbath disfranchised. This is" a violation of every School for six years, also first Counselor in the Primary AsEx. principle of law and right. sociation eight and was faithful in all years, her duties as H. W. far as her health would non-polyga- Shefiierd, C. Shi'pp will cpmin Obstetrics on Class next mence their R.K.THOMAS . Ann Tate, Obr. Sec Ollertox, Drs. Elliis R. and Maggie The Woman Suffragists may well be proud ofjhaving the support and sympathy of so many ofthe greatest minds in the nation. The letters of Whittier Higeiuson, Theodore Weld, Samuel SewaU, Johnson and many others are gratefully recorded m the'proceed- - sufirage.-r-jE- neiu ai uranisvim;. Gardner. - - . j . rr: OBSTETRIC 'OLASS:, NOTES AND NEWS ' De E. 's Clifv 7 months to From the Straight and narrow way, And you'll meet your loved one yonder In the realms of endless day. . H .. T.nlfp , Then look up brother do not falter . and Prest. 1UC j Gowans gave good instructions to the children, after which the Primary Conference adjourned. In the evening the. Y. L. MYL A. Conference was held in the Meeting House, Ann Tate' presiding Alter r the usual exercises r res i. Tate gave the report of. the Associations; stated they were in good condition and doing a good Sisters Richards and Howard made worksome appropriate remarks, and gave good counsel to the young ladies. Prest. Gowans spoke to the young people in a very wise and fatherly manner; encouraged all to live their religion and do what was right at all times. ; AlJC UUillCHJUUC OUJUUlUtu uuviruvAi wuuy In the morning Sisters Richards and Howattended the'Sunday School and addressed ard . i i i .ii. the cniKiren mouieny mauuer. Sunday alternoon the conlerence ot tne lAeiiet Society was continued; the sisters from Salt Lake City, and the presiding brethren of the stake, gave excellent instructions to both old and young. The conference was one long to be remembered. After the singing and bene - ( ' Where her labors are approved. There is a sacredness in tears; they are not the mark of .weakness, but of power; they speak ... more ...eloquently than ten thousand tongues; they are the messengers "of over-- , whelming grief, of deep contrition, and of unW' Irving. 7 777' speakable love services was given. also tendered, her resignatiro which was acto cepted, aud a vote of thanks was also given OJCIVIO to-day- 's Far away from earth's sad scenes t Is our sister now removed, She has crossed death's gloomy river . , Sister Sarah Hale, tendered herT resignation; which was accented on account of her moving awav. and a vote of tKanks for her valuable her. d, ; , ; ZDJ-VI3- A. &c CO., STEAM FITTERS r Agent for RUMSRVS celebrated LIFT and FOUt E on short notice. Orders from Pumps Repaired the country promptly .responded to. PTJMP.S. -- arAdlrm. BAVI35 JAVE3, Box 30S. SALT LAIE CITY. Special, to the Ladies. AT TEASDELS and Will be found the latest styles ' in . pioductio'na . .,.''. 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