Praise for LDS Temple
T.GL3 'JT.Ba2PI.ie. The church authorities yesterday by thoir courtesy phieod this coiumunity under oi)lifj: % .tions; thoy issued sovoral hundred Invitations Lo non-Mormons to visit tho Temple, aud this Invitation waa accepted by all who received It. To say that- tho beauty, richness and adornments adornments therein far 'Surpassed all expectation expectation is but fair; it wasi Jndood a surprise to son such superb finish, color and tad to. Wo boliovo tho impression was general that tho Inside .fini.sh of the Temple would bo plain and substantial, corresponding to tho outward appearance. appearance. And this Is so, too; it is solid and substantial, every part being finished and roliovod without regard, to cost in labor, Ronuinely good material and excellence excellence in skill; but It is moro than this; it ia ornato, artistic and fforgoous. Tho coloring ia especially fino and harmonious harmonious and tho hangings aro of tho rlshost matorials, • The whole gives an Impression of tropical lavishnoss and profusion harmoniously blended, oxcood- nK'y grateful to tho eye and so varied nfl to furnish ample opportunities for contrast and comparison. Tho Tomplo Is indeed a pom, and if it were possible to throw it open from time to time, under proper restrictions, for tho grati- licatlon of tho public taato and tho edification edification of visitors to. tho city, wo are sure that this groat building would soon win world-wide renown.