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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREP BLlCAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH FRIDAY AUG 201909 20 1909
THE TH E SALT LAKE LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEHERALDREPUBLICAN LAKEThe
HERALDREPUBLICAN HERALDREPUBLICANThe
The InterMountain Republican RepublicanEat n nEst
Eat Feb 12 1906 1906The 1106The 1806The
The Salt Lake Herald HeraldBUt H rald raldE4t
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Only Onl Republican Daily Newspaper In InSalt InSalt InSalt
Salt Lake City Utah UtahTerms UtahTerms UtahTerms
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All papers are continued until expIkItorder explicit explicitnrdT exDUoltordpr
order Is received r to diacontlnue AH arrarages ar arr arTarages
r Tarages > arages must be paid in every JaM oaaeLAND easec easeLAND JaMLAND
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LAND AND IRRIGATION CONGRESS CONGRESSMost
Most people In Utah have read some something something something ¬
thing of the land and irrigation exposi exposltion exposition expo l ltilJ ¬
tion tilJ which will be held in the Coliseum ColiseumJUilding Coli Coliseumbuilding eum eumbuilding
building in Chicago Chlca < < o in the two weektlfrom weeksfrom weeks weeksfrom
from Nov ZO > S to Dec 4 It would bev be beell beyPlI
yPlI v ell for our people if an even greater greatermirest g greaterintrest ater atermtrest
mirest could c uld be evidenced in that en enterprise entcrprlse enterprise ¬
terprise terpriseOne i iOne
One thing is tolerably clear even at atthi atthis atthis
thi this distance The eastern investor is isI Isllking
I eking > ckin favorably on lands in the west westThore westThpre westThere
There are not enough wheat fields fieldsThere fteldaThere foldsThere
There is not enough wheat The de demand demand deraand ¬
mand is getting more and more insist imristnt insistent I Int
ent < nt with th the passing pu ln of every day It Itis It1s Itis
is clear to the sagacious man with withmoney wIthmoney withmoney
money that land offers the best and andsafest andsafest andsafest
safest investment that can be found foundThe foundThe foundThe
The area of possibly productive land in inthe InthC Inthe
the United States is I growing smaller smallerand smallernnd smallerand
and beautifully less Je with each passing passingjear passingtar passingyear
year tar Whether the land Is dry dl orwet orwetwhether or wet wetwhether et etyhpther
whether it is capable of irrigation or orfated orfated orfated
fated to go arid to the end of time timethey timethey timethey
they want the land landAt landAt landAt
At that exposition the facts about the theltnd theland theland
land in all al the far western states will willbe WIllbe willbe
be presented presel ed The date falls cotnci cotncidi 00100dnt coincident
dent di nt with that of 0 the livestock Jlve took show in inChicago InChlcagoa inthicagoa
Chicago a meeting which always alwaysbrings alwaysbr alwaysbrings
brings br ngs tens of thousands of worthwhile worth worthwhile worUtwhile ¬
while people into the big city Part of ofthnse ofthose ofthose
those people are going to visit the theland theland theland
land and irrigation exposition Those Thoseof
of f them who are convinced will invest investtheir Inttheir investtheir
their money lMreeven hwe even if they have to tot
t me here with their families And in inmost Inmst inrn
most rn rst cases that last is J a thing thin to be de deMred deCiTed desired
CiTed MredIdaho siredIdaho CiTedIdaho
Idaho Montana the Dakotas Colo Colorado Colorado Cobrat1o ¬
rado will be represented at that expo expoMton expoiti expoton
Mton iti ton n it will be an opportunity for fortan forCtah
4 Ctah tan to tell all people the advantages advantagesOL
OL If ° this state We of Utah know there therei
h i i no place under the sun more mate materally mater materially
rally r tlIy attractive to the investor than is isour Isur iscur
our ur state But they dont know it At Atthis Atth Atthis
this th is exposition we can tell them ef eff efftlvely efft
f ftlvely ftlvelyIt ft v lively livelyIt
It will > ill need figures cures It will need pie ptetare pictures pieturfs
tare It will need men equipped with withtin withth
tin th fullest and most mo t reliable Intorma Information ¬
i tim Products Prod are not so necessary JI JIl as asi asht
l i ht < t tR = The exposition will not be great greatJv < < reat reatJv
Jv expensive And the importance of ofit ofIt ofit
it is HO 0 vital that the people of Utah Utahii UtahJluJd
i ii iutd be present pre ent there with a repre reprentation reprentation repren
ntation n which will be fair to the thete thetp theste
ste te which will show to the world worldii worlduhstantJal worlduhstantlal
uhstantJal ii > = tanttal reasons why a man should shouldPIP
PIP to UtahThat Utah UtahThat UtahThat
That can be done We understand understandxernor undetandIprnor understandrrnor
xernor Spry Is I actively working workingong
ong 111 g the line of interesting prominent prominentT
T Tth tih men In the project He should shouldII shouldetery shouldevery
II w e every encouragement for the thei theHill
C i Hill vl and the advancement of Utah UtahCREDIT UtahCREDIT UtahCREDIT
CREDIT TO WHOM CREDIT CREDITThere CREDITThere CREDITThere
There Is a tendency on the part of ofjat ofj
jat j I t men m n made perfect to congratulate congratulatetin
tin retail dealers the restaurant keep keepers keepers ¬
ers and hotel men that no extortion was wasr waspracticed waspracticed
r practiced i act iced in Salt Lake during durln the theGrand theGrand thehand
Grand Army encampment encampmentThe
The thing is the more to be eom eombecause COI11mTIded eomintnded
mTIded because those worth worthies had an anopportunity anXCellent anc
c XCellent opportunity When they had hadWarren hadarren hadWarren
Warren arren Hastings 01 o 11 trial in England Englandou B land landou
> i ou u w will ill remember the Grand Old Man Mani lItIanIf
i If f the East India In Ja company exclaimed exclaimedWhen exclaimedWhen exclaimedWhen
When I reflect on the opportunity I Ihdd Ihad Ihtd
had and remember how little I stole stoleI tol tolI
I am amazed a uued at the spectacle of my myn myIwn mytin
tin > n moderation And by that hat rule ruleihich rulewbich rulewhich
which at least deserves rv consideration considerationthe tOftSide tOftSidethe
the said keepers of restaurants grocer groceri
i is s and hotels are entitled to a aelia good gooddeal goodcleat
deal of credit creditSeriously crediteriou creditseriously
Seriously eriou ly it has Men the fate of oft oftry ofvery
t very try > ry previous p vtoU8 encampment to be fob folrntd 01 01Hd
1 < wed with a chorus of charges against againstthe
the business busl men meDo of the city where the theifeting the1Jieting thesheeting
sheeting was had We do 0 not believe believeihtre belteTeih believeihere
ihtre ih re will be any such charges c touch touching touebing touching ¬
ing Salt Lakes conduct during durhl < < Grand GrandArmy Gnuldrmy GrandArmy
Army rmy week weekso
so l o that the men who had the th chance chanceI
> I i didnt embrace It have done much muchf
f If > r the good ood name of the town Let Lettht Letthem Letthem
tht them m be remembered rememberedWHY rememberedWHY
0 0WHY
WHY SO MANY DESERTERS DESERTERSArmy
Army officers report that there have haveNen bave161 havebeen
been 167 desertions of enlisted men in inthe Inthe inthe
the week ending endln Aug Au 14 Even in an anarmy anarmy anarmy
army of 10000 men that Is J a large num numr RUIU11f
11f > r of desertions for a week And nd there thereems therefms thereems
ems to be no unusual reason In pres presi PrellInt present
i Int nt affecting the men men or inducing inducingthem Indue Induet
them t to so unceremoniously and M Md sodangerously 0 0Iangerou
d dangerously Iangerou ly leave the army armyIt
It is dsngeroo because e there Is S an anffr IUIffr anff
ff ffr r of 250 SO for every e deserter detected detectediid
iid d given up to the theanoy army And there thereare thereLl thereare
are Ll rt now sn > o many desertions that more moretlian moretllan morethan
than S3 381 oc < are offered In rewards by byth byth bythe
th the government governmenttYhen
tYhen v hen a man enlists he takes an oath oath1i
1i serve until honora honorably and regularly regularlymustered JlllWUlarlJmustered regularlymustered
mustered out Desertion means a vio violation vlolI violation ¬
lI lation on of that oath It means man too delletton de depletion deTleUon ¬
pletion of the ranks of the commandwithout command commandwithout commandw
without w thout notice or warnmi warning t to < i the of officers officers officers ¬
ficers So that desertion ii frolwg olcs per iersuiia1 Jfrsmal persona
suiia1 sona dishonor and publk betrayal of a atrust atrust atrust
trust The man deserting quits the post postof
of If a soldier soldierIt
It Is nor t easy i to understand unde 8tand w why hy sol soldiers 801diers soldiers ¬
diers deaf desert rt Their life is not a hard hardone hardone hardone
one The Thty an tinier orders or l < rs it Is tru truBut truBut truBut
But they v iJtl J b I under 011 + r rLrs < l T If i ii in inivil i idvil
i dvil iv il life They cannot escape authori authority ¬
ty wherever they go Every t tmplnyeJ tmplnyeJfi > mplo > i iIs
Is ahoy th them m in auth lutboit city 11 T F 1 idler 1dler
dler is s as free fi t iroi ui J1 t > i > ITK 11 k r r mr < r t i 11 l
an arrogant master as Is the average averagewage averagewqe averagewage
wage earner earneran earneranywhere earneranywhereIhtrtheDrwre anywhere anywhereFurthermore where wherellurth
Furthermore llurth ore the soldier has an easier easiertime eulertime easiertime
time and fully tull as good goo pay pa as do dOCs > s the theman theman theman
man outside unle unless s the man outside outsidehas outaldebaa outsidehas
has initiative and is willing n to manage managehis
his hi own craft He has a steady situa situation IIt1ltIon situation ¬
tion whether times are good or bad badHe badHe badHe
He has his food and that is a certainty certaintyIf
If sicktfees comes to him he Is cared caredfor caredfor earedfor
for at the governments expense e and andnot andnot andnot
not at his own His clothing is I fur furnished turnlshed furnished ¬
nished And his habits are under some somesort somesort iiOmeIIOrt
sort of regulation He get his meals 1JI4I healsat mealsat II IIt
at t stated hours and his sleep when he heshould 1Mshould heshould
should have itAnd It ItAnd ItAnd
And the sold soldier tor who has ambitions ambitionshas
has opportunities in the army He can canread canread canread
read He can improve himself hlm lf He can canprepare canprepare canprepare
prepare for promotion to the rank r nk of ofan ofan ofan
an officer He can become becometbe the commander com commander commander ¬
mander of a company companyand and go even evenhigher evenhigher Yenhleber
higher The door of advancement ta by byno byDO byno
no means closed to him himAnd himAnd himAnd
And he doesnt doe doesnt nt leap into flowery flowerybeds tlowerybeds o ry rybed
beds of ease when he deserts de erts It Is Isdifficult I Idifficult Isdhfncult
difficult to understand how ho so many manyyoung manyyo1l11 manyyoung
young American men should have deserted de deserted deserted ¬
serted the army armyWHY armyWHY armyWHY
r
WHY NOT TELL TELLTHE THE PRESIDENT PRESIDENTIt
It will be a good thing for Utah to tohave tohave tohave
have the president of the United States Statescome S Statescome tes tescome
come here if even for a couple of days daysIt dllYILIt
It would be a better thing if Utah Utahcould Utahcould Utahcould
could convince him of the righteousness righteousnessof righteou ne s sof
of some few things that Utah needs needsand neednd needsand
and nd ought ht to have haveWhy haveWhy haveWhy
Why not tell him of the 87000000 87000000acres 37000000acre 17000000acres
acres of public land J nd yet remaining In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the state statemuch much of which can find no nobuyer nobuyer nobuyer
buyer under present laws I Why Wh not notshow notshow notshow
show to him that it would be well to togive toJrlve togive
give the state of Utah 30MM6 1 acres of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that land to be sold by the state under underrules underrules underrules
rules to be established by the secretary secretaryof
of the interior and reduced to cultiva cultivation cultivation cultivation ¬
tion and the production of foodstuffs foodetuffsWhy foodstuffsWhy foodstuffsWhy
Why not show to him that such a agrant agrant agrant
grant would have the certain effect of ofgetting ofptUne ofgetting
getting the land under plow plowand and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the reclaiming of these tbo e acres would in increase Increue increase ¬
crease the desirability and nd the value of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the remaining millions held by the gen general general n nera ¬
eral era government governmentWhy governmentWhy governmentWhy
Why not suggest su t to him that if that
9000000 acres were given to the state stateunder stateunder stateunder
under the provision that it should besold be besold beBOld
sold for no leas than 2 an acre and andthat andthat andthat
that half the money should be applied appliedto
to the improvement of the public roads roadsof
of the state and the remaining half to tothe tothe tothe
the building of a state capttotIt capitol it would wouldprove wouldprove wouldprove
prove a great blessing to Utah would wouldincrease wouldtncrease wouldincrease
increase the productive field of the na nation Dation nation ¬
tion and advance the interests of every everycitizen everyelt1sen everycitizenwithout
citizen citizenwithout without taking an iota of right rightor ht htor
or value from any anyone anyone7by oneWhy one oneWhy
Why 7by not improve the opportunity by byadvising byadvisIng byadvising
advising the president of the United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States as to Utahs interest in the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter The cause is just It needs only onlyexplanation onlyexpJaDatJon onlyexplanation
explanation to men in high station stationWHERE stationWHERE tattonWHERE
WHERE SWEARING IS PROHIB PROHIBITED PROHIBITED PROHIBITED ¬
ITED ITEDIn
In Waterville Kan an no man is I al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed to swear How they put up upstoves upstoves upstoves
stoves in the fall faUwblch which season Is rap rapklly rapIdly rapidly
Idly approachingIs is one of the things thingsthat thingsthat thingsthat
that have not been considered How Howthey Howthey Howthey
they manage automobiles in Waterville Watervilleis
is a secret since they can not express expressthemselves expretlllthem expressthemselves
themselves them elve about exploded tires How Howthey Howthey Howthey
they run a newspaper new paper in Waterville is isbeyond Isbeyond isbeyond
beyond the comprehension of the wisest wisestman wl wisestman eat eatman
man in the business S For they H are not notallowed notallowed notallowed
allowed there the privilege of habitual habitualexpression habitualexpre habitualexpression
expression expressionSo expre lllon lllonSo
So that the rigors of the Kansas Kan a city cityhave cityhave cityhave
have been voiced in verse v ne Here Is theway the theway Uteway
way It affects a man to be forbidden to toswear toswear
swear swearIt 1 1It
It was down in Waterville Kaasas KaasasThat XuIsuThat itaasasThat
That I met an angry man manHis manHt manHts
His eyes were red and Ms face was too tooAnd tooAnd tooAnd
And the air would certainly have Ie been beenblue beenblue beenId
blue blueIEad blueHad
Had It not not been WatervlUe WatervWeICu WatervWeICuSaid ICan KanSaid ICanSaid
Said the man in WatervlUe Kllu Kansas KansasAs u uAs
As he fanned himself with a hat hatI
I cant get opt of town tonight tonightBut ht htBut
But I hear you are going to leave Jell all allright allrlcbt allAnd
right rightAnd rlcbtAnd
And Im rm chowder glad of Q that thatWhen tloathen tk stl stlWhen
When hen youre out Ut of Waterville Kansas KansasWill KanaWIU Kaasawill
Will you do this thing for me meWill mewm meWill
Will you cuss and swear will you 011 roar roarand roarand roarand
and rear rearFor rearFor rearFor
For a couple of minutes at least for fair fairIm fairIm fairIm
Im In need of a pro ID v Beer seeTIt BeerIt
It was down in Watenrille Wat lIIe Kansas KansasThat KaDMsThat KansasThat
That I promised the angry man manTo manTo IaD IaDTo
To do as he said and the same I did didAnd didAnd didAnd
And I only onl hope that the Ui 3t t hm h m rid ridOf ridOf ridof
Of his Is wrath In Waterville Kan KanThere KanThere KanThere
There be people who w nil iJ l say that the thepoetry thepoetry thepoetry
poetry is worse than the profanity To Tosuch Tosuch Tosuch
such quibblers qulbb rs it need only be men mentioned mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned that their complaint should be bemade bemade bemade
made to the town council of Water Waterville WatervUIe Waterville ¬
ville If they the can convince that august augustor Ilu < < ust ustor
or September body they are right rl ht the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law will doubtless be repealed repealedu s the thebest thebeat thebest
best means of escaping another attack attackof
of irritated poetry poetryBUTTER poetryBUTTER poetryBUTTER
BUTTER FROM PETROLEUM PETROLEUMSome
Some Mend of the octopus has dis discovered discovered discovered ¬
covered that It Is possible to make but butter butter butter ¬
ter from petroleum And John D DRockefeller DRocketeller DRockefeller
Rockefeller has sanctioned the expenditure expendi expenditure expenditure ¬
ture of half a million dollars for the theconstruction theconatructJon theconstruction
construction of a coal oil butter foun foundry foundry foundry ¬
dry dryAnd
And the paragraphers of some unhap unhappy ¬
py newspapers new papen have be been n busy telling tellingthe tollingthe tellingthe
the people that it is a horrible thing thingWhy thingWhy thingWhy
Why Is it If the better bltter isnt good no noone noone noone
one will buy It If it Is good if it con contains contal contains ¬
tains tal precisely the Ingredients that thatreal thatreal thatreal
real butter possesses p peeeeeees l ee if it is s just as aspalatable aspaJatabl aspalatable
palatable in effect and batter tier in appearance ap appearance appearance ¬
pearance and 00 less high in price why whyshall whyIJbaJI whyshalt
shall the common people complain complainThe
The cow has no caveat on the produc production productlO1l production ¬
tion of butter or the Ingredients of ofbutter ofbutter ofbutter
butter The dairy maid owns no mo monopoly monopob monopoly ¬
nopoly on the manufacture of butter buttertrem buttertram butterfrom
tram anything any thine There is J only one ques question question ¬
I Itlon
tion and that is Is I the product good goodWhen goodWhen goldWhen
When people began to make oleomar oleomarserine oleomargerlne oleomargerine
serine there was complaint complaintand and it itwent Itwent itwent
went through the courts courtthat that this was wasimitation wasimitation wasimitation
imitation butter It hi not It was wasa
a genuine article There is no more moreJustice morejustice morejustice
Justice in fighting ftghUngthe the butter product productderived productderived productderived
derived from petroleum than in trying tryingto
to defend pond lee ce by b wrecking the icemachines ice icemachines leemarhines
machines or protecting maple syrup syrupby syrupby syrupby
by burning down the glucose factories factoriesand
and the mills where oorn molasses mol JilSes is isWe Isma1e ismade
made ma1eWe madeWe
We dont car card any more for the octo ortopu octopu octopus
pu pus than Hamlet cared for Hecuba HeoihaB HecubaBt
B Bt t if j ih pi poplt n iit back of C the or an anr anUI antzi
tzi r U an arti artlc It that will be as rood as
butter butt and wI will cost less we are for forthe forthe forthe
the new Inootlonwhatcer Invention whatever it may be bechristened beiehr1 bechristened
christened christenedNOW iehr1 christened christenedNOW tened tenedNOW
NOW FOR COMMERCIAL STREET STREETThere STREETMtere STREETThere
There is today no reason why twenty twentyfirstclass twentflr twentyfirstclass
firstclass flr tcl118 retail stores of every de description deIiKtIption description ¬
scription should not be opened in Commercial Com Commercial Commercial ¬
mercial street There is absolutely no noreason noreason noreason
reason why good women and careful carefulmen carefulmen carefulmen
men should not go down that street as asfreely asfreely asfreely
freely as any other in the city cityOne clt cltOne cityOne
One of the capitalists of Salt Lake Lakerecently LakerecentJy Lakeree3ently
recently Increased his holdings in that thatstreet thatstreet thatstreet
street because he believes bel ves it soon will willbe willbe willbe
be occupied oc upled by good < < ood stores Another Anotherone
one of the shrewdest in Salt LaKe stat stated stated stated ¬
ed months ago that Commercial street streetoffered streetoffered streetoffered
offered opportunities for the investorbecause investor investorbecause investorbecaulle
because it would certainly soon be become becomb bee ¬
come e mot an excellent retail district districtIt
It Is in the very heart of the city It Itis ItIs
is paved It is furnished with good goodbuildings goodbulldlnB goodbuildings
buildings It can be made attractive attractivewith attractivewith attractivewith
with less outlay than would be re required required required ¬
quired of any other thoroughfare thoroughfareA I IA
A movement to that street would be bewelcomed bewelcomed bewelcomed
welcomed by men who Qwn property propertythere propertythere propertythere
there The first to go are certain to get getthe getthe getthe
the most favorable terms In the way of ofleases ofleA8e ofleases
leases In a little while not n store storeroom storeroom storeroom
room there will III be available without the thepayment thepayment thepayment
payment of very high rentals because becauselegitimate becauselegJUmat becauselegitimate
legitimate business conducted by reput reputable reputable reputable ¬
able merchants will be patronized by bycitisene byclUzens bycitisens
citisene of the moat mo t immaculate char character character character ¬
acter acterThe acterThe acterThe
The day of Commercial street as a aretail 3retail aretail
retail shopping district is very near nearLogan nearLo nearLogan
Logan Lo an is s going to have h ve a street rail railway railway railway ¬
way the carfrrunning ca runnlng from the depot to toCollege toCollege toCollege
College hill David Eccles will build buildthe buildthe buildthe
the line having agreed with the city citycouncil citycouncil citycouncil
council on the terms of a charter to be begranted beranted begranted
granted at the next meeting of that thatbody thatbody thatbody
body Cars and rails already are se secured secured secured ¬
cured Mr Kccles has ordered the rest restof restof restof
of the material materialAll
materialo
o 0 0All >
All wise men know they are going to todie todie todie
die One of the characters in Shakes Shakespeares Shakespeare Shakespeares ¬ i
peares Tempest declared his prefer preference preference preference ¬
ence for a dry death But the man manwho manww manwho
who was overwhelmed in an avalanche avalancheof
of sugar at the Jersey City refinery refineryand refineran
and an succumbed to sweets 8 eets surely has no noreason noreason noreason
reason to complain complainIn
e
In Canada many man towns we e are told toldsubsidise toldsub toldsubsidise
subsidise sub ldl their baseball clubs They T y get geta
a good article of ball by that meansand means meansand lUeAJUIand i
and the patrons of the game g get t the theelement theelement theelement
element of rivalry and local pride as asadditional asadditional 8 8additional
additional factors In the thrills theypay they theypay theypay
pay for forThe forThe forThe
The decision in the Sutton case seems seemsto
to be that the accused were guilty of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the conditions which produced the thedeath thEdeath thedeath
death of the young lieutenant but that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Incident occurred so long ago that thatno
no lady or gentleman ought ou ht now to re refer reteI refer ¬ i
fer to it itWasatch it itWasatch itVasatch I
Wasatch county capital is pledged to tothe tothe tothe
the building of a 15006 flouring mill at atRoosevelt atROO8evelt atRoosevelt
Roosevelt and the Standard urges urg all allfarmers allfarmers allfarmers
farmers to o plant lots of fall wheatGood wheat wheatGood whtGood
Good luck l k to the venture ventureFACTS ventureI ventureFACTS
I I IJ
J I FACTS IN FIGURES FIGURESNumber I II
I I INumber
Number and mileage mJle of railroads placed placedunder placedunder placedunder
under receivership re and sold under fore foreclosure fontcl08 forechosurr ¬
closure cl08 during the calendar years ears 187S to to19OlProm to1801From
1907 19OlProm From the Railway Age Chicago ChicagoII ChiC880PJaCri ChicagoPlaced
Placed under receivership receivershipi receivershipM
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There are 1890 1 Young Mens Christian Christianassociations ChristianIUI8OClatlona Christianassociations
associations in Gerrnanyonly Germany only 1938 in inAmerica InAmerica inAmerica
America yet where the German associa associations allllOCiatlons associations ¬
tions have but 117000 members the Amer American American American ¬
ican have 446000 OO And German associa association aaociatlon association ¬
tion property holdings holdlngahae have a value of
2400000 contrasted with a value of 40
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Although the young oriental understood understoodordinary underst0041ordinary understoodordinary
ordinary methods and occurrences very verywell veryweU verywell
well in his new California abiding place placehe
he occasionally found a puzzle Japa Japanese Japanese Japanese ¬
nese boy pretty smart when he can speak speakAmerican speakAmerican speakAmerican
American in a year he said but Mis Missouri lIlslIOurl Missouri ¬
souri boy he speak good after he hehas has been beenhere beenhere beenhere
here only six months monthsIn
In commenting < < on and gloating over overthe overthe overthe
the ocean breeacs which tear in from the theeastward theea theeastward
eastward ea tward over Massachusetts Iaa chusetts hay a Bos Boston Boston floetai ¬
ton paper rubs it in by saying What Whatan
an a experience it is to read the Cincinnati Cincin Cincinnati Cincinnati ¬
nati Enqulrors vivid account of the gen general general general ¬
eral suffocation in the Ohio and Miami Miamivalleys MiamivaU Miamivalleys
valleys vaU ys and then call for an extra blan blanket blanket blanket ¬
ket and go to sleep sleepThe sleepThe sleepThe
The wooden front corsets cor ets of George 11 11time 1itime 11time
time were commonly worn by dandies as asshown asshown asshown
shown in Hogarths portraits The douh doughty douhty ¬
ty warriors of Guetavue Adolphus wore worecorsets woreCO worecorsets
corsets CO tJ5 to a man Catherine de Medici Mediciloved Medicilovtd Mediciloved
loved small waists wa 8tll and poison She introduced In Introduced Introduced ¬
troduced the ruff and a thlrteeninch thlrteeninchwaist
waist This monster invented a steel cor corset corlet corset ¬
set No wonder the portraits of that day daylook daylook daylook
look so solemn IIOlemnNew New York Press PressDevil PressDevil PressDevil
Devil fish weighing up to 200 pounds poundsare
are sometimes caught in Japan These Thesefish Theseflah Thesefish
fish are amphibious they the are often seen seenwobbling seenwobbUng seenwobbling
wobbling on their tentacles like giant giantspiders giantBPidel8 giantspiders
spiders in search of patches of sweet po potatoes lJOtat iwtatoes ¬
tatoes tat < < lea The natives kill them with clubs clubsIn clubIn
In the th water they are caught cau ht In jars low lowered lowered lowered ¬
ered to the bottom which the octopus octopusenters octopusenter octopusenters
enters thinking them a good retreat from fromwhich fromwhich fromwhich
which to catch its food foodWhalebone foodVbalebone foodWhalebone
Whalebone was first used by Queen QueenBess QueenDe Queenfleas
fleas De e James after her compelled all men menand menand menand
and women courtiers to have wasp waspwaists waspwaists waspwaists
waists Terence 160 B C speaks of oftown oftown oftown
town ladles who saddle their backs and andstraight antIstraight andstraight
straight lace their waists to make them themwell themwell themwell
well shaped May 241266 24 1266 Item For Fornine Fornine Fornine
nine ells Paris measure meas re for summer summerrcbes summerrcbes summerrobes
rcbes corsets and cloaks for the same samefrom samefrom samefrom
from diary of Eleanor Countess of Lei Leicester Leicester Leicester ¬
cester First mention of corsets corsetsThere corsetsThrp corsetsThere
There Is a wave ave of fear in some parts parsof partsif
of f Scotland that the th spread of the tem temrarf temII ternttrarrc
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mitards as naphtha drinkers are called calledhave calledhave calledhave
have reappeared in Edinburgh This Thisnaphtha Thisnaphtha Thisnaphtha
naphtha is i a milky coloted compound compoundof I
of great staying power and is com composed composed composed ¬
posed of alcohol mixed with onetenth of ofits orita ofits
its bulk of methyl alcohol and three threeeighths threeeighths threeeighths
eighths of 1 per r cent of petroleum with withas
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BY DOROTHY FENIMORE FBJNIMORERecently FENIMORERecently FENIMORERecently
Recently I attended a wedding WJdd of a man manof manof manof
of the world old to a sweet gin who had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been brought up in the lap of comfort comfortand comfortand comfortand
and knew little else than the knack of oflooking oflookln oflooking
looking pretty prettyThe prettyThe prettyThe
The man of th the w world rld had lived up upto upto
to his income in maintaining his social position po position ¬
sition and his hi salary was such that it itwould Itwould itwould
would be necessary for his bl bride to forego foregoextravagances foregoextravagances foregoextravagances
extravagances she had been used to and andbecome amicome andbecome
become come domestic domesticAs
As these the two people walked to the altar altarI
I closed my eyes and saw w visiions of oftrouble oftrouble oftrouble
trouble for that girl grirlDuring girlDurln girlDuring
During < < courtship this young man mancreated mancreated mancreated
created about his fiancee an atmosphere atmosphereof
of adulation that transported her to the theseventh tbeseventh theseventh
seventh heaven beav n He flattered her he hepraised hepraised hepraised
praised her he anticipated her wishes and andstudied andstudied andstudied
studied to please her in every way wayThe wayThe wayThe
The honeymoon is at its zenith now nowand nowand nowand
and she imagines that things will continue continueas
as they are But they will not notHe notHe notHe
He has married her and he thinks in inhib Inhilt Inhla
hilt irvanly way that that should be berecompenss berecompotns berecompense
recompense enough for any woman That Thatit
it is but a mlnifestation of the inborn inbornvanity Inbornvanity inbornvanity
vanity of man manBut manBut manBut
But let us take a peep into the future futurefrom futurefrom futurefrom
from another angle baaed on what has hashappened hashappened hashappened
happened in innumerable similar cases casesAlong casesAlong casesAlong
Along comes another man wo sees how howthings howthlnp howthings
things are running In this household bou ehold with withthe withtbe withthe
the pretty little wife pining for sweets sweetsonce sweetsonce sweetsonce
once lavished but now no denied here His Hisheart Hisheart Hisheart
heart goes out to her she receives his hisattentions hisattentions hisattentions
attentions and her starved nature is isstartled isstartJed isstartled
startled to find how sweet are the flat flatteries flatteries flatteries ¬
teries she knew as a girl girlThe girlThe girlThe
The results in such cases ca ea are variousbut various variousbut
but the least of them is an outburst of ofjealousy ofjealousy ofJealousy
jealousy on the part of the husband and andyou anilyou andyou
you would have hard work making him himrealize himrealle himrealise
realize that It Is s all his fault faultInconsietentman faultInconsi faultInconsistentman
Inconsietentman Inconsi tentrnan feels that he has a right rightto
to appreciate and encourage every pretty prettygirl prettygirl prettygirl
girl but that his wife has no such right rightof
of appreciating sympathetic men menYou menYou menYou
You men with pretty wives let me tell tellyou tellyou tellyou
you that you had better pay more at attention attention attention ¬
tention to them at least as much as you youdid YOUdid youdid
did before you married them but if you youfail youfail ou oufan
fail to do not be surprised if another anotherman
man does doesAnderson doesAnderson doesAnderson
Anderson pianos pan ltI 2X W 1st So Sois SoThere SoThere
There is is no noExtract noOther noOther
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pare in any way with the therich thed1 thench
rich d1 satisfying sa J ngsuen strength h andthe and andthe andthe
the delicious delicate flavor of ofBURNETTS ofBURNETTS ofVANILLA
BURNETTS BURNETTSThis BURNETTSVANILLA
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This is not merely an ad advcrtkingboast advertWngbolUt advertning
vcrtkingboast vertning boast It is an abso absolutely absolutely absolutely ¬
lutely true statement which whichfiHt whichjlHt whichjust
just one trial of Burnetts BurnettsVanilla BurncttsVanilla BurnettsVanilla
Vanilla will prove proveYour proveYour proveYour
Your grocer can supply supplyyou upplyyou
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made madeinset insist on getting get ng it itBurnetts itVanilla itournetts
Burnetts Vanilla VanillaRAZORS
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500 200 250 300 and
400 Razors all guaranteed in indefinitely indefinitely indefinitely ¬
definitely on sale at less than thancost thancost thancost
cost We will sell you a life lifetime lifetime lifetime ¬
time guaranteed Razor for forAll
75 CENTS CENTSAll
All This Week WeekGodbePitts WeekGodbe Weeko
GodbePitts Godbe o e Pitts itts Drug rug Co CoThe CoThe o oThe
The Home of Strong Health
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To get your clothes clothescleaned clothescleaned clothescleaned
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SPECIALS FOR TOMORROW TOMORROWMens
Mens Calf Shoes medium weight Blucher style
275 value 225 225Childs 225Childs 225Childs
Childs Kid Lace Blucher double sole I patent tent tip tip8i2 tip81h ti pt pt8I
8i2 to 11 111h 140 value YO YO YO YO YO 115 115Ladies 115Ladies 115Ladies
Ladies Kid Lace Blucher or Bal style patent tip
200 value for 149 149MILLINERY 149MILLINERY 149MILLINERY
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTTake
Take your choice of Ladies Trimmed Batavalues Hate Hatevaluesup Ratavalues
valuesup values up to 800 for YO YO 198 198Ladies 198Ladies 198Ladies
Ladies White Lawn Waists lace trimmed up to
200 values for 96o 980DRY 96oDRY 960DRY
DRY GOODS GOODSFrench GOODSFrench GOODSFrench
French Kimono Flannels new designs in all st1 staple stapleand sta11eand n yle yleand
and fancy shades s per yard 12 121s and lOc 10cOuting lOcOuting lOcOuting
Outing Flannel 27 inches wide a large variety ofpatterns of ofpatterns ofpatterns
patterns light and dark shades per yard 9c 9cFURNISHING 9cFURNISHING
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Mens Dress and Work Shirts with and without withoutcollar withoutcollar f fcollar
collar all sizes 75c value for 45c 45cMens 400lens 45cMens
Mens All Silk Reversible FonrinHand Ties Ties50c Ties50c Ties50c
50c values for 24c 24c1000Mens
1000 1000Mens Mens and Womens Knit Approved Garments
125 values while w lIile they t1l Y last for forPEOPLES 59c 59cSTORE 59cPEOPLES
PEOPLES CASH DEPT STORE STORECor
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20 per cent off regular prices Assortment includes all styles sixes sixesand silesand sitesand
and prices pri pricesScott es esScott
Scott Hardware Company
268 Main St Phones 748e 748 748We
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cash prices an and you pay only onlya
100 a wee week IIJIID t 4 a month monthWestern mono monoWestern
Western Outfit Co
266 So State St Opp Knutsford Knutsfordhave KnutsfordThe KnutsfordThe
The Boston Dental Parlors Parlorshave
have moved to their new nc permanent location at 120 Main St over the
ChrUtenacn Shoe Co 3 doors north of old location We offer for 30 tiara tiarapeclal cIa cIaspecIal
specIal prices an follow followWhalebone follo1TscWhalebone followsWhalebone
Whalebone Set of Teeth 700 700Llhtcat 700Lightest 700Lightest
Lightest and Strongest Plate Mnde MndeSolid 3fndeSolid llndeSolid
Solid Gold Crown 450 45ODTTIUhG 450DunnG 450DUIU
DTTIUhG DUIU G JUNE WE E WILL GIVE ONE GOLD FILLING FREE WITH wrIT23EACH WITHEACH i I
EACH SET OF TEETH ORDERED ORDEREDHOXEST ORDEREDnOlEST ORDEREDHONEST
HONEST WORK REASONABLE PRICES PRICESPUXLESS PRICESPAINLESS
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Coal CoalWestern CoalWestern CoalWestern
Western Fuel Co CoCriteUow CoCritchlow CoCritchlow
Critchlow Fischer A Kittle KittleCtblc XittleCable KittleCable
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Exchange EXCbaDfe place and one from the
lobby of 0 the building bulldiasWe bulIdlaW
We W serve Ice Cream Sherbet SherbetSoda SberbetSoda SherbetSoda
Soda Water Hot Drinks and andLight andLferht andLight
Light LunchesAutomobile Lunches LunchesAutomobile LuncheAutomobile
Automobile parti parties served at atthe attbe atthe
the entranceWe entrance entranceWe entranceWe
We sell U Candle and Cigars CigaA
A select variety of beautiful
Cut Flowers may be b had at our ourplace ourpJace ourplace
place of business businessWhen bualnsaWhen businessWhen
When in this vicinity lilt visit vl tt this
beautiful parlor Well WeII endeavor eavor
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Coats Gowns GownsEvening GownsEvening GownsEvening
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at atModerate atModerate atModerate
Moderate Prices
122 So Main Salt lake lakeStockholders LakeStockholders LakeStockholders
Stockholders Meeting MeetingNOTICE MeetingOTICE MeetingNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAI THAIthe THAithe i ithe
the annual tocknoldera meeting of th thChampion thChampion tiChampion
Champion Mining rompan > will > be hel helat held heldat i iat
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