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GOODWIN'S WEEKLY 7 -I
MM A Practical Proof.
H Tito steady growth in np-
iH preclatlon of the investment
J value of our 6 Secured
jH Certificates is well evl-
H denced by the Increns-
H i n g number of investors
H who regularly place their
H surplus funds in these secur-
,H Throughout the years we
iHH have been furnishing these
H Certificates to the public no
iH customer has ever lost a dol-
iH ,ar or waited a day for pay-
jH nient of any principal or ln-
1 !H Salt Lake Security
1 & Trust Co.
' H 32 Ma,n streetf Salt Lake.
! The Utah State
i At the clock corner
t Wc respectfully nollelt tlic nceoiinin
of Arms. Individuals mid
t SnvlngM Department nnd Snfety
Joseph F. Smith, Pres.
D. C. Jackling, Vice-Pres. .
Heber J. Grant, Vice-Pres.
Chas. S. Burton, Vice-Pros..
R. T. Badger, Cashier " '
X H. T. McEwan, Asst. Cash.
! C. H. Wells, Asst. Cash
i Tho chlof result of oxporlcrfoc is
. oloarnoss of vlow In dlscornlner the
fertile soil on which to plant that:
j part of today's harvest set aside for"
tomorrow's betterment. ;
' Tho wiso planting of pennies and
! dollars in a savings accourit whore
t tho growth is certain, is making a
virtuo, of necessity. s"
j Planting thoreforo becomes not
merely an economic virtuo hut tho
"symbol and Instrument" of a man's
i. independence. "' "
Wo offer tho security and convon
; ionco of this bank for you'r- accopU
', 4 Intercut Pnitl on SnvIngH
; The MERCHANTS BANK'
1 "TUB BANK ON IHlOCmVAYt'
IS THE HOUSE WIRED
FOR ELECTRIC LIGHTS ?
r This is the first question asked by
those renting or buying homes.
A negative reply turns people away.
If the house is properly wired for
, electric service, THAT is a big factor
, in renting or selling it.
' " ; Builders are invited to confer with us in
J making plans. Free advice by our ex-
, perts is part of the service we render.
Call Our Commercial Department
Utah Light & Railway Co.
"Elec icjty for Everything"
- Mining and Financial
HAVING served its turn in tho po
litical wilds and being for the
time without a job can the Bull
Moose not be coaxed into the ring
at the Mining Exchange building and
induced to act as a (mascot for the
anaemic Blocks which flutter helpless
ly across the floor from day to day?
Any kind of a bull is welcome at the
exchange, and the Bull Moose is one
of the cleverest of his species, e.lgjd
he would never have thought to get
back at the Tribuneori the -night bel
fore ejection by blazoning distinctly
anti-Tribune sentiments on a stereop
tlcan sheet opposite the office of that
paper. Was it said that any kind of
bull would bo welcomed on 'change?
Well, the statement must be qualified
The bull con is ho longer in demand.
It has been altogether too numerous
in tho past and the desire now is for
the real article. .A little genuine
backing goes a good wo- In the pres
ent condition of the .et. - There
isn't any selling ' -e to speak
of. No one tries to sell good stocks
now unless he nee'ds the money to
buy his starving family an automo
bile or for some other imperative pur- '
pose. There has nejyer been a time
when stocks could be supported so
cheaply as at present. All that is
necessary is to pay a fair price for
the forced offerings. It hasn't taken
much money to maintain -the quota
tions on Nevada Hills, Prince Con
" solidated, Silver King Coalition and
, Alta Consolidated, yet other shares of
as much merit have been kicked about
lige a tin can in front of a school
house, all because there was no one
to buy in the few shares that had to
"be turned into money by their
"' And If no one thlnkB enough of the
market or the mines to buy the strag
gling shares thrown upon it, there is
at least the hope that with the mov
ing of crops, mqney will become so
plentiful that the stockholder, when
' 'hard pressed, can borrow on his
shares enough to meet his necessities.
Such recourse would answer the same
. purpose as a bull element in the mar
. ket. As for the security -who, cojuld
want better security than the ore
stored in' the fireproof vaults of thq.
eternal hills? Not a. few of the
flouted stocks represent the' owner
ship of blocked-out ore worth more
than the market price of all the out
standing shares. Of course, the com
panies would be required to co-operate
in establishing this form of cred
it. If they refuse to furnish infor
mation and evidence as to their as
sets, they cannot expect their paper
to be accepted as collateral for cash
and investors should not be expected
to touch their securities.
One hears much in these days of
the tyranny of the trusts, the tyranny
of capital and various other varieties
of tyranny, but the most arbitrary
dictatorship of all is accepted by the
American people with a docility which
belles all the patriotic traditions
from Bunker Hill to Santiago. What
do you think of people who will per
mit a junta, some aliens and all per
feet strangers, to forbid them to wear
tho sort of shoes they fancy, the kind
of hats they hanker for and the cut
of clothing that suits them? And that
is only one-half the story. Are we
not in a class with the peasants of
Russia, when we don grotesque attire
and-make Mardi Gras spectacles of
ourselves at the mere whim of our ir
responsible .rulers? No woman would
.heed the commands of her husband
& such mat'ters! No husband would
have the temerity to issue such com
mands! But iefc,a bunch of little
dried up tailors or a chattering ring
of milliners Issue an edict, and we
take off the things we like, rig our
selves up in a fashion to give the
gods hysterics and promenade in
If you happen to have a long
straight foot, you may test the valid
ity of this indictment by seeking
in the local marts of trade, a medium
t pi Iced straight last shoe. Before you
vvare fairly started upon your search
you will be marked by the janizaries
of the fashion trust as a dangerous
character, and by the time you get
through, you will be subdued so thor
oughly that you will pay two prices
for footgear of the shape we used to
put on horses, and limp home blam
ing nature because she did not know
enough to consult the shoe manufac
turers before she made your feet.
Have you a preference for low shoes?
Well, you can't buy them after the
first day of October, for the National
Association of Retail Shoe Dealers
have decided that they are not good
for your health. Do you feel more
comfortable in a straw hat In fall and
spring than In a felt chapeau? Keep
It to yourself or you will find your
self in contempt Of tho Hatters' As
sociation. Does the outline of your
face, fair lady, call for a small bon
net? Tell your face ''line's " busy
SUch calls are tabooed by the Inter
national Concatenation of Designers.
Even our government Is in league
with these destroyers of our liberties;
Youvmay be fortunate enough to find
whatr.you want on the shelves of some
store which disdains to advertise, Dut
the next time you go there you are
likely to find the door locked and the
'sheriff in charge.
This menace to our homes, this as
sassin of our comfort, this robber of
our purses the fashion trust must
be destroyed if the Republic is to sur
vive. Because of its dire influence
and the great historical secret shall
be exposed regardless of consequences
Stick to Stlckney's. (Adv.)
Your automobile is waiting for you.
Purdue's Automobiles and Taxlcabs.
Anywhere at Any Time.
Phono for Rates.
Phone: Wasatch 5 or 1598.
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Crops arc Wk ! I
Bountiful wpl I
Prosperity is gBffl.jjjJ
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for you to do your j, '
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National Bank of the Republic I
V. S. DEPOSITORY H
FRANK KNOX, Prcs.
JAMES A. MURRAY. Vice-Pros. M
Wt F. EARLS, Cashier. 1
E. A. CULBERTSON, Asst. Cash; M
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QUERY. if H
Doctor Carrel has won the Nob'jl H
prize of $39,000 by discovering thit M
the lives of diseased persons 'can be H
prolonged by transference of tissiip. H
f-News Item. i!
But listen, Doctor, listen now. H
Pray how was this worth thirty thou? JM
I cannot for my life surmise H
How you acquired the Nobel prize. H
I should myself be very pleased - B
To learn how long Would the diseased, H
If asked, proclaim their love of lifjp, H
Or would prolong their mundane H
And so I fancy that if you ' H
To wards incurable pursue '
Your way, and ask this question, H
You'd bid your tissue swift good-bye.
The Sufferer. H
"Why was Adam the first aviator?" H
"Because he was the first man 'to H