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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 13 H
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H. S, Joseph Now Comes Out
as a Candidate for Congress
HARRY S. JOSEPH is still after
the Honorable Jake Johnson's '
goat. He is pursuing it with a
relentlessness that has lent spice to
the state campaign and now he is out
as an independent Republican candi
date for congress against the Sanpete
It waB intimated in these columns
last week that Joseph would pursue
the tenacious Jacob right up to the
closing of the polls and then some, if
need be. It was further hinted that
Mr. Joseph might heave his own hat
into the ring. And he has done so
with the following accompaniment: .
if you believe Utah should be repre
sented by a live, energetic, hustling
Republican congressman, one who can
and will represent all the people
faithfully Voto fQp
H. S. JOSEPH For Congress
The name of H. S. Joseph Is not
on the printed ballot on the voting
machine, but you can vote for H. S.
Joseph for congress by lifting the
trigger over the name of Jacob John
son after pulling the Republican lever
and lifting the slide at the top marked
No. 6 and writing H. S. Joseph on the
paper in the space.
You can vote on the Australian bat
lot for H. S. Joseph for congress by
drawing a line through the name of
Jacob Johnson and writing the name
of H. S.e Joseph in the blank space
on the right hand side of the ballot
in tho blank space opposite Jacob
Joseph says he's for Taft and the
whole Republican ticket with the ex
ception of a candidate for congress.
He has waged a strenuous warfare
against Johnson and down through
the southern part of the state he has
done considerable Independent cam
paigning. His purpose is to educate
the people to the method of scratch
ing Jake Johnson's name from the
ballot and his desire is that his own
name ho substituted therefor.
The independent candidacy of Mr.
Joseph presents an unusual situation
in this campaign. He says that his
chief object is to prevent the calamity
that will fall upon the state In tho
event of Johnson's election. For pub
lication he has not gone into detail
regarding the calamitous subject, but
he has said enough of the Sanpete
champion to give the general public
a pretty fnir idea of what is going
For Tariff protect'on on what Utah
produces Lead, Sugar and Wool.
To secure better advantages for
To extend the U. S. reclamation
To resist the rulings now goverrv
Ing the Land Office In the disposition
of mineral lands, and favors remedial
To further the movement for na
To punish the wanton destruction
of the necessities of life.
To remunerate the Indian war vet-
To secure greater co-operation be-
tweent the Department of Agriculture J
and the State Agricultural College.
To secure a like co-operation be- ',
twcen the National Bureau of Mines '
and the State School of Mines.
To induce the Government to fit
tingly mark the Old Mormon Trail.
To aid in the establishment of a
State Bureau of Immigration.
To correct in so far as possible the
mistaken opinion of Utah and her
One of the most noticeable features
of the campaign has been the 'failure
of Johnson to go on the stump in his
own defense. It has been stated that
the state committee would not give
him any dates. That may or may not
bo true, but the fact remains that
Johnson has done his campaigning In
Sanpete county alone, letting the rest
of the ticket carry his load.
Harry Joseph has gone from one
end of the state to the other with his
fight and it is openly stated that in
the event of Johnson's election, which
Joseph claims to be impossible, there
will be a contest carried to the lower
house at "Washington that will give
Utah another opportunity of having
some of its soiled linen aired before
the country at large.
FOR SALE Babcock Electric Vlc
toria Phaeton, late model, in elegant
condition. Battery gives twenty-eight
miles per charge; upholstering, fend
ers and daBh in splendid shape. This
is a snap for some one at $600. Ran-dall-Dodd
Auto Co., Ltd., 53 W. 4th So.
FOR SALE Model 10 Buick, 1910
model. A snap at $450. Randall
Dodd Auto Co., Ltd., Automobile
FOR SALE Model 10 Buick, 1910
model. A snap at $350. Randall
Dodd Auto Co., Ltd., Automobile Row.
B. C. Morris Floral Company, 52 E.
Second South street, telephone Wa
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