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Thursday, September 10, 1908. j
II AMERICAN JUDICIAL TICKET.
For Judges, Third District,
i ALLEN T. SANFORD.
' GEORGE M. SULLIVAN.
WILLIAM II. BRAAIEL.
GEORGE F. GOODWIN.,
r. For District Attorney,
A. J. WEBER.
II It is much cheaper to support a wife
than to employ a lawyer.
I There seems to bo a disposition to
I hide the red lijht under a bushel,
fc Tt appears that Apostlo Smoot's
"Mouth" 'is a bit given to driveling.
F" " Nevertheless, it is about lime for
) the Teddy bear to get back into his
Carrie Nation iudorses Speaker Can
' non. At wluoh Uncle Joe is' said to be
'' Whatever may happen, Governor Cut-
ler is quite sure tbat he will be politic
i ally dead next;
"How beautiful 'upon the mountains
i. arc the feet of him that brin-cth pood
( . tidings." Boost. .
Also, it would seem that one good
f thing about playing craps is to let the
I ", game severely alone.
The Tribune stands just, where it
itood for many years before- Apostle
Smoot dared to open his ' 'Mouth. "
Mr. Debs says that his meals cost
him au average of eighteen cents
K ' apiece. And still ho appears io be
f. Polygamists wail that they want to
H. bo let alone; and that is about the only
B' thing a burglar desires while cracking
H! ' a safe. ;
Confidentially, Mr. Howell will inti
j mato that there is nobody else whom
j liis Congressional shoes will fit quite
All very well, perhaps, for the hie
rarchs to say that they do not inter
.' I'cre in politics, but it won't do to tell
a Morpiou so.
Hj 4 Apostle Stnoot declares that he
knows uotlung about local polities. Per-
Hl . liaps Joseph F. has determined to go it
alono this lime.
fl Mr. Smoot is presumably anxious to
Hj, havo the forests cultivated for the rea-
Hj so tuat- he will need plenty of trees
j to dodge behind.
And even if Mi-. Bryan shall not be
successful, otherwise he certainly will
Hl have succeeded in setting a fast pace
for. Mr. Taft to follow.
. Suit Lake's veteran soldiers have
filjown that, in winning tho big cn
V1 -campinent for Zipping Zion, there is a
j good fight left in him yet.
Grand Arnij' veterans are so delighted
at tho prospect of visiting Superior
Salt Lake that some of them want to
H' start now so ns to be here on time.
H( But if tho President is determined
t help the farmer, it may be iuterest-
Hi ing to him to know that Kansas has
B ' oucn' advertising for 1'arin hands for
; several weeks past.
' lt; ought to be apparent to tho Des-
ctat News that, even Lf it has got
Hj , ;i Soro sPt on account of quotations
' from its prophets, it will never get
well if it picks it.
H seems to be true that ill-gotlcii
v. e.ilth idoiier of later becomes dissi-
pa ted. John D. Rockef oiler discovora
th.it ho is of royal lineage; and if all
the titled persons who will now manage
to scrapo up a relationship shall have
their way, Undo Sam may be compelled
to whistle for that twouty.uinc million
Tho concurrent action of the City
Council, tho. Board of Education, and
the American club, in opposition to the
establishment of a red-light district un
der official authority, all mndo ou tho
samo night, though by no means con
certed, must bo taken as a very defi
nite and clear exposition of public sen
timent on this question.
Tho fact that this public sentiment
agrees absolutely with the law, and
that for any official to undertake, tho
establishment of any such district is
clearly illegal and in violation of the
official's oath to uphold tho law, reti
ders more immediately imperative the
need of attention to these expressions
of public opinion.
Tho action of the Council in opposi
tion to tho establishment of such a dis
trict was unanimous, although taken
at tho instance of tho American party
members and on a report from the
regular CouuciL Committco ou Munici
pal Laws. In so far as this declara
tion of tho Council might bo eonsid-
creu io voice any party position on mis
matter, it unquestionably voices the
opinion of tho American part3. But
as a .matter of fact, there can bo no
difference of opinion among parties on
a question of this kind. The establish
ment of such a district officially is
without the least doubt unlawful and
violative of official oaths, aud that is
all that is necessary to say about' it
to condemn it.
Tho Board of Education protested
against tho establishment of this dis
trict in tho interest of the children,
whose morals it would be liable to af
fect unfavorably and from whom all
knowledge of anj- such baseness should
be kept as long as possible. The Board
did exactly right in protesting against
tho establishment of any such dis
trict in tho interest of morality, of
education, and of the purity of mind
of the pupils.
The American club's protest was dis
tinctively an American party protest
against any such move as chargeable
to the American parly. Without doubt
the club voices tho parly sentiment in
this matter, and so far as tho parly is
concerned it is unquestionably and defi
nitely against any such evil measure as
We have not tho least doubt that
these protests, made on Tuesday even
ing, will be found in exact accord with
tho general public sentiment of Salt
Lake. There can bo no difference of
opinion on a matter of this kind, be
cause the law is based on correct public
: sentiment found everywhere; and that
public 'sentiment is "just as antagonistic
to vice and crime of this sort in Salt
Lake as it is elsewhere. Tho outcome
of it all must bo that if any official is
engaged in any such unlawful effort as
this, that effort must at once cease, the
law be upheld in its purity, aud the city
relieved from all taint of auything that
might be construed as counivancc or
participation in any way in the estab
lishment of any such vilcncss as would
be necessarily implied in conniving at
tho building up of any such unlawful
and vicious resort.
DOING THEIR WORST.
' We notice that the Smoot "Mouth"
is taking refuge under the subterfuge
that any who may wish to vote for
Taft mny do so, no matter what ob
stacles tho piratical gaug which has
been put by the church in chargo of the
so-called Republican party in Utah, -may
throw in their waj Which is an en
tircly needless oxplauatiou. Of course
any one may vote either for the Taft
electors or tho Bryan electors, no mat
ter where those electors may be placed
upon the ticket. That is not the point.
The point is that the Smoot gang here,
the piratical crew that has captured the'
Republican ship, is determined to use
tho Taft strength in order to help its
local ticket, no matter how much it im
pairs his vote; and the means it has
employed to this end amount to an out
spoken threat that' the Taft electors
shall not bo placed at the head of tho
local American ticket. That means that
so far as this piratical crew are con
cerned, the' will make it as difficult
as they Can for National Republicans to
vote for Taft and also vote the local
American ticket; that is, they won't
consent" that any one shall vote a
straight tickot, with tho Republican
National electors and tho American lo
cal ticket fojlowing. Their contention
is that if an ono wonts to vote a
straight ticket for Taft ho must 'vote
also for tho local Smootito nominations.
Of course that is against Taft, and is
pretty sure to lose him votes. It is
perfectly proper, therefore, to say
that the piratical crew aforesaid are
using Taft 'a name for their own pur
poses aud against tho interests of Mr.
Taft. They want Taft's help, but don 'fc
want to help Taft. On the contrary
they are quito willing to sco Taft de-pi-ived
of votes in order that the Taft
strength may perhaps win them a few
votes of some who may not want to take
the troublo to single out the electors
aud vote for them, while at the same
time voting tho American ticket.
Tho "Mouth" protests that the gang
arc not depriving anybody of the right
to voto for Taft. Which is a needless
protest. The fact is that they are do
ing all they can to prevent Republican
Americans voting for Taft, and that
they would prevent them voting for
him altogether if thoy could is evident
from tho stand thoy take. They aro not
for Taft at all, except as Taft can give
them strength, and they would sacrifice
Taft in a minute for votes for their Io-
cal ticket if they could find any way to
make such a dicker. And that is the
objection to the tactics of the Smootitu
THE MISCHIEF-MAKING IMP.
The church orgau is very busy and
malignant just now in .trying to work
up a popular feeling, and if possible, au
expression of that feeling, in censure
of the Rov. F. B. Short, M. E. minister
of this city, because of some expressions
ho is reported to have uttered in Cin
cinnati about the wickedness of Suit
Lake. Its prclcnso is tho old one. that
such talk hurls tho pla'co, and should
be resented by business men. But tho
.business men of Salt Lake nie used to
that, win no of tho News, and they re
fuse to get excited. They know that if
the city's welfare can be blasted bv a
breath from the pulpit, that welfare is
not on a very stablo foundation. And
they hear so much from the church or
gan and its echoes, about the fight for
law and American institutions boing
an injury to our prospects, while they
see all the time tbat this fight, is doing
more for the expansion of business and
the progress of the city than anything
else that over happcucd, and they put
touguo in cheek whenever a News wail
of this kind comes forth.
Of course, the church organ, while
making Mr. Short tho ostensible object
of its attacks, wouldn't givo a rap for
any expression against him unless that
expression also condemned Tho Tribune;
and it has been busy as a devil 's imp
for two days trying to turu aud twist
every expression it could got from any
body into serviceable material for its
baso use. But ail tho time it openly
proclaims that it is The Tribune that
it means most of all. Which is perfect
ly understood all tho time. Tho church
organ is being crowded to tho wall. It
is helpless in this contention, handi
capped as it is by the malodorous, oriin
inal, and treasonable record of its
church leaders. So it wants help, and
wauls it bad. and ouick. But it won't
get it, for its cause is evil, its purpose
malevolent and fanatical. It is the
champion of lechery, of robbery, of
pledge-breaking, of dishonor, of trea
son; and it is quite impossible for a
sano people to stand by it. On the con
trary, every right-minded citizen is al
ways, instantly, naturally, and cter-nall-
against the vice, crime, tyranny,
and scandalous imposition and pricstiy
usurpation for which tho church organ
stands sponsor and defender. For any
one to listen 1o it would be like the
hosts of heaven hearkening to Lucifer
iu his revolt agaiust the supreme ma
jesty of the Almighty God.
Mr. Smoot had no fault to find with
the action of the immigration officials
hero in debaxring the Roll family, as' the
father Is ill and not able to care for his
wife and six children. Boston Globc'o
account of Apostlo Roed Smoot's action
in immigrant casci", September 3, 100S.
It is generally tho devil's poor and tho
poor devils that are ready to clamor for
help from the tithing ofllce. Deseret
News report of spnnoii by Joseph F.
Smith at Kanosh. "Millard county, "May 23,
Tlirrc are many uses to which it
tithing is put. One is the oa.ro of the
poor. Over 5ti0.000 a year is expended for
that purpose. But, in our efforts to care
for tho welfaro of the people, that, is not
all that is done for tho poor. We take
care of thorn until thoy can be provided
with employment, if able to work ut all.
If unable to work, they arc cared for.
"Interview" with Joseph F. Smith. April
3, 1007, printed In the Pittsburg Times.
By which of tho two Smith senti
ments here quoted did Smoot guide him
self iu his remarks concerning tho help
less Mormon converts who were de
barred at tho port of Boston? It ought
to be of considerable interest to the
Mormon people, who wero cajoled into
the idea that the election of Apostlo
Reed Smoot to tho Senate of the United
Slates would be tho means of proclaim
ing their gospel in llio highest councils
of tkqjaud, to note that their political
embassador impliedly designates the
honest in "heart as "tho devil's" poor
and tho "poor devils" of tho earth.
There can bo no doubt in the world
that these unfortunate people wero told
that if thoy would como to Zion thoy
would havo the sympath' and the as
sistance of a loving and charitable peo
ple their brethren and sisters in
Christ. Smoot, tile impudently cruel,
denies to these wayfarers In faith to his
church even tho consolation of a kiud
word in their misfortune. It is not a
matter of guesswork with this paper
that couvorls in other lands are fer
vently induced to come lo tho tops of
the mountains; it is not an untruth to
aa that Mormon proselyters depict this
laud as one flowing with milk and
honey, whose highways and "byways ere
long shall be paved with gold; it is ab
solutely fair to assert that Mormon mis
sionaries in foreign lands make a laud
ed estate a mere matter of coming to
Utah Jor tho purposo of simply claim
ing and appropriating au inheritance
in the midst of Israel. In these things
the word of The Tribune cannot be de
nied, because Tho Tribune has heard
these doctrines taught under other flags
tbau the glorious Stars and Stripes.
This paper also makes the charge, hero
and now, that, tho family of uufortu
nates, in whose debarment Apostle
Smoot apparently exults as a gruco sav
ing to his Senatorial seat, have paid
tithes and skimped their stomachs for
tho sake of tho gospel which Reed
Smoot is -supposed to preach at their
expense. They have kept their pennies
and hoarded their shillings to buy a
modest way to Zion, where, as Joseph
F. Smith says, they could bo taken dare
of until able to. help themselves. The
money of these poor people is gone;
they are to be returned whenco they
came, if Smoot's glorious thought shail
prevail; the waste of their substance,
added to tho misfortune that was riding
tho life out of them in the land of their
nativity, crushes already weakened
souls. And Smoot, tho dicky-dauciug
messenger boy of a cruel and worthless
master, laughs in their torn faces.
Wc believe that lu dmrch clijhiis a
membership of about four hundred
thousand souls, counting all. Once a
month there is what is called a fast
day. Supposo that only ouc hundred
thousand out of that membership ob
scrvo the da, going without a meal aud
turning in the cost of it lo tho poor
fund of the church. And estimate the
cost of each meal to bo but ten cents.
That would mean ten thousand dollars
each month for the poor in all. one
hundred aud twenty thousand dollars
annually. So that tho sixty thousand
a year which Joseph F. Smith explains
is expended upon the poor is amply ac
counted I'or, not forgetting that au
equal amount is stolen by the hiorarchs
out of tho mouths of their faithful
But they arc a pious lot, I hose rob
bers of tho iunoccnts. Wlulo the Mor
mon missionary was receiving the fako
interview which he carried to the Pitts
burg Times (without- doubt pa id for at
spaco rates) au apostlo of renown came
to tho prophet's support, lie addressed
himself particularly to this fast-day
matter; and if wo arc to believe Elder
Henry Hall, who conveyed the adver
tisement to the Pittsburg paper, this
is "what -went out to tho world as au
thoritative, and from the highest fount
of Mormon wisdom:
"Wo go hungry on that day." said
Apostlo Penrose, "so that wc may know
how it feels to go without food."
Lord, but we arc righteous!
SMOOT AS A FORESTER.
We print clsowhero this morning,
under the heading, "Save the Forests,"
au editorial commont from tho Louis
ville Courier Journal unou reforestatiou,
more especially with respect to tho re
cent efforts of Apostle Smoot of tho
Mormon church iu his lato visit to
Europe, alleged lo bo in tho interests
of reforestation; Upon this there are
two points of importance to cousider.
The first point is that Apostlo Smoot
is not active in this matter of reforesta
tion in the least on economic lines, but
wholly ou political hues. The refor
estatiou propaganda affords a. number
of appointees for political purposes and
on a political basis. In short, the for
estry service supplies a new pie-counter
for tho use of tho spoilsmcu, and he
people havo lo pay additional for it
in tho way of grazing privileges and
drafts upon tho public treasury for sal
aries. Tho pretense is, of course, that
tho work of reforestation is necessary
and is being prosecuted ou ccouomic
lines. But tho way Apostle Smoot
prosecutes any such work ns this is
well illustrated by his interference in
tho good roads movement hero some
four years asro wheu ho broke un tho
Stale good roads association by depos
ing an active and cflicieut. head of that
association aud putting iu a political
creature of his own. to wit, ono James
l. Audcrsou, popularly known as
"Fussy Jimmie." That work was so
raw that even the Deseret News, tho
organ of tho church in which Smoot
is an apostle, denounced it as a rank
political job. Of course, with that po
litical iuterferenco with the good roads
movement here, thcro was .never auy
thing more heard oC the good roads
movement or association until the same
was revived under other auspices re
cently, through the efforts of the Auto
mobile club of this city. So that we
do not look for any economic results
whatever iu the reputed efforts of
Apostle Smoot towards the reforesting
of this Western country.
It is to be remcmborcd, also, that
tho word reforesting used in this con
nection is chiefly a inisuoincr, because
there were no forests originally in this
arid region. It is mie there wero
clumps of trees in various places, mostly
of a rather useless sort, but that served
for ordinary lumber, for railway ties,
and i'or firewood. But to speak of the
trees that were growing in Utah, for
cxaniplc, when the State was first set
tled, as forests, is to show a misunder
standing of what the word forest means.
Wo do not doubt that trees could be
grown iu Utah, and of a much belter
and more serviceable class of timber
than the original tree growth that was
found here. Wc, in common with every
ono else, would like to see this done,
but that is not reforestation It is
the starting of forests where no forests
were found in tho first place. Even
so, however, this would be a commenda
ble work, and of .high economic value
to tho State; but wc do not expect lo
sco anything of this kind brought about
by Smoot's efforts. His report of what
he saw in Germany is nojniorc than he
could have learned without going to
Germany at all. Every ouc understands
that the protection and kcepiug up of
the forests there is a governmental
functiou, and that those who trespass
upon the forests are sovcrely puuished.
Tho Smoot proposition, however, to turu
the matter over to tho State is simply
an. impudent dodge to givo himself pa
tronage, without any care whatever for
tho growing of trees. Nor do wc ex
pect that, under his control of the Fed
eral situation here, anything of any
real valuo will be dono by way of re
foresting, so called, or of starting new
forest growths. No do wo imagine for
ono moment that Smoot has anything of
tho kind iu mind. All that he wants
is to have his hand, on tho reins so that
ho can make the shcep-mcu put up for
grazing privileges aud enjoy his favor
if they aro subservient iu politics or
suffer his rage if they do not come
within liis control. So far as ho is
concerned,. the wholo matter is simply
political, and that is all ho ever wants
it to be. As wo have shown previously,
however, that is practically about all
that tbo administration has iu view,
either, so that in carrying out his po
litical schemes aud building up a huge
political patrouago under pretense of '
reforesting, Apostlo Smoot is merely j
playing tho same hand that President
Roosevelt has been playing for the last
four years throughout the West. It
is simph' a piratical, political ' scheme
through which political enemies can bo
punished and political, friends rewarded.'
under the specious guise, of punishing
frauds against tho law and of attend
inff to a. great ccouomic want, and is u
sham and fraud all through.
THE AUTHORITY OF BRIGIIAM.
How ninny times havo tho Lattei
day Saints hoard thoir pulpiteers en
deavor to prove to them a certain point
by reading what Brother Brigham said
at one time! Have they not heard quo
tations from Taylor, .from Suow, from
Woodruff, from Hyde, from Pratt, from
tho Smiths, from Kimball, from Grant
and even from thoir dearly beloved
Joseph F.? Have they not read these
things reproduced in their church-family
organ, the Deseret News? Why, 'then
should The Tribune bo charged with
"maligning church leaders, living aud
dead," when it goon to these authori
ties for proof iu any 'point of conten
tion? Tho "chapter aud verse" is what
kills the hicrarch. This "inspired" in
dividual is always afraid of his own
record, aud is equally ashamed of the
record of his predecessor and of his
living coadjutor. When this is pro
duced, then the production is an in
sult to tho dead or an affront to the
Isn't it a bit strange that God would
put into men's mouths words that thoy
aro ashamed for their fellows to hear
or to read? And isn't it somewhat as
touishing that tho M.au-Afraid-of-Uis-Words,
should be permitted to make
claim that he has been divinely ap
pointed to lead humanity in tho paths
of virtue and to conduct the sons of
men back to their Creator?
The record hurts. Tho Deseret News
feels the thorn when it is thru?t out
of its hiding place. Its conscience is
gone and its soul is withered. We pity
not the church organ less, but regard
tho public welfaro more.
Yot if Salt Lake should have an Old
Home Week, it is doubtful if numer
ous of the brethren now sojourning in
Mexico and Canada would visit the
scenes of, their childhood days.
Doctor Prolhcroe's presence ao ad- j
judicator of musical contests at the i
coming big Eisteddfod gives assurance
that tho winners of prizes will thor
oughly earn their laurels.
To Save tke Forests
Senator Rood Smoot of Utah, who is
chairman of the forestry division of tho
National commission, an outgrowth of
the meeting of Governors in Washing
ton, has been on a trip to Germany,
France and Switzerland, whero ho and
some other gentlemen have been study
ing tho mothods employed iu those coun
tries to preserve tho "forests.
Seuator Smoot says he will reepm
merid that the Government shall say
to States, cities and counties: "Here,
take over such and such a piece of
limber land for a small price and keep
it. Wo will administer tho land through
i tho Forest bureau at Washington, or
you can administer it, provided you
i agrco to take care of the property and
reforest it. '
It may be supposed that this would.
: involve a great deal of expense, but
Seuator Smoot says differently. Judging
by tho experiences of the three coun
tries he has visited, the plan would be
a paying one for the State, city or
county. The revenue from the land re
forested is large when conducted on
economic lines. Tho area to be refor
ested is larger iu this country, but the
fundamental principle is the same.
A hundred years ago Switzerland and
Germany wero in the same position we
find ourselves ioday. Their timber had
been cut away and the time had come
when they had to prolcet tho forests.
The forest of Silhwald. fifteen miles out
of Zurich, Switzerland, belongs lo Zu
rich. That forest costs' for administra
tion $10.50 an aero, and tho city re
ceives $26,25 an acre from the output
of the forest every year. So there is
a net profit of $11.75 au acre.
Senator Smoot says ho had always
thought that the cost of administcriug
tho Silhwald forest, was veiy high, but
ho now sees his mistake. Not a foot of
timber is allowed to go to waste. Iu
tho forest aro made hammer handles,
shovel handles, fence poles, and the
timber is sawed into lumber. The for-
I Our easy last made
who wish room for
each toe. I
We parry this
shape in single or 1
double sole, kid, calf
or patent leather, at
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est is divided into tweuly-one districts,
and in every district the" trees arc of a
certain age. Iu district No. 1 there arc
nothiug but trees 100 years old, which
is the maximum ago they are allowed
to -attain. In district No. 2 the trees
are ouly three years old. Every tree
is numbered and a record is kept of its
history and development.
They find abroad, says Senator
Smoot, that they have to keep Iho for
ests -up for the sako of the rivers. We
must do the same thing for our rivers.
We cannot put it off-any longer. !
It is to be hoped that Seuator Smoot
will report more at length upon the
subject of forest ry abroad. The fact
that reforestation is now carried on at
a profit is very significant, but it sug
gests some, important questions. How
long had the process gone on before it
began to pay And are the conditions
there so nearly the same as ours as to
justify the expectation that reforesta
tion will pay here
Howcvor these questions may be an
swered, it is plain that the time has
come when wc must bestow a good deal
of attention ou the planting of forests,
whether it be a gainful business or uot.
Senator Smoot says the net profit ou
our forest preserves is not more more
than 10 cents an aero. Whether this
shall increase or decrease with time it
is of the crcatest importance that sys
renin tic efforts to increase our timbc.
Hipply shall be made.
The rule is: good coffee
or none. Good water is
better than -poor coffee.
Your (-racer returns your inoner if "ou don't
like Schillin's Best: wc car liira.
We Have Been Selling
Red Dwarf Ink Pencils
for some time.
Our customers arc more than
ulcascd wjth them aud wo recom
mend them with our usual guaran
i saU LAKE CITY. UTAli
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Claaffes bepin Wednesday, September
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ly your sight is affected until tho wear
itig of effective glasses demonstrates an
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Is what 3on try to avo
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the summer. TheB
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38 SOUTH MAIN. ' .
Bell Ex. 35.
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i Made Trouaers. Lnlon-Mnde
Union-Made Hats. UnIon-Made A
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