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4 THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY SATURDAY00TOBER OCTOBER 91909
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MR KELSEYS RESIGNATION RESIGNATIONLong RESIGNATIONF
Long time ago 11109 mer quit carrying carryingcoals cartj1ngOals carryingcoals
coals < to Newcastle The people pe ple there therehad therehad there1ad
F had e oals r > enough of their own ownIn ownIn own1r
In thiN present day there is little need needtell needtrlLng needtulJg
tell trlLng u 5 men of Salt Lake what is the thesignificance thesljr1ficanee theSigrJfieanee
significance of Lou Kelseys forced re retm ratlf retkrflt
tm tkrflt int in disgrace from the office of ofcity ofIt ofity
city It ity engineer They know know3tr know1u
3tr It will not be unprofitable to con consirkr conjdrr coniifr
sirkr that the slaughter of Kelsey is isab Isnbut Isab
ab nbut < ut the last expression of ingratitude ingratitudeon
on the part of the man he has so well wellanu wellan wellI
I anu an faithfully served Mr BransforJ BransforJcc
I cc culd ulcl have done little without the favor favorof
of Kelsey and Raleigh Yet Kelsey has hasB hasgC
B 1 gC > nr and Raleigh is slated for decapi decapitation decapitation docapitatlon ¬
tation tationMen tationMen tatlonMen
Men of the American party have pro protested pmtsted protested ¬
tested against bossism In politics politicsagainst politicsag politicsagzInst
against ag < 1lnst the domination of the people peopleby
by any an one man or agency against againstsubordinating agalnslsubordinating aginstsubordinating
subordinating the will of the people to tothe tothf tothe
the will of a dictator whatever his hisname hisname hisname
name nameYet nameYft nameYt
Yet they well remember what became becameof
of Frank Hines Hinesdoclared declared by Mr Bransforl Brims Brimsford DransforT
ford himself to be the best water of offl Jffifr f ffler
fl fifr er possible to secure for the city cityThey clbThey cityThey
They remember what happened to toJt toTlhn toJchn
Jt Tlhn hn Burbidge a policeman whose work workwas workWas workc
c was never criticised but whose heid heidwas lIeldwas
1 was demanded dpmandedand and delivered deliveredThey deliveredThey deliveredThey
They remember what hAt happened to tontnnch toBtnnch tostench
stench old Tom Pitt who refused to toeither toeither toeither
either defy or ignore the law he was wassworn wasSWOrn wassworn
sworn to support supportand and nd who had to walk walkthe walkthe walkthe
the plank on the demand of a dictator dictatormore llctatrmore r rrnorp
more merciless s than the leader of Tam Tammany Tammany Tammany ¬
many ever dared to be beThey beThey beThey
They remember the fight that nas nastern nas1fPn as asLun
tern made on ICelsey KelSoe and are amazed amazedt
I t note that Kelseys Jelse 8 destruction is ismade Ismadf Ismade
made effective only onl by D the acquiescence acquiescencecf
cf r the mayor whom he made and kept keptIn
In place placeThere llacIThen placeThere
There > have been a good ood many demon demonstrations demonstrrttion ¬
strations str tIons of intolerant domination in inpoitics InpoHUcs inpoitics
poitics and of black Ingratitude But Butr ButTfPf Buttpr
r TfPf f PI before has a free people pe ple looked lookedon look J Jon <
on a political machine quite so sO strong strongs
1 > s that which ride roughshod over overf
1r f < people and calls itself the Amer Amerfm
1 fm m party of Salt Lake LakeThf LakeThf LakeTh
Thf Austrian tyrants method was to toeuxate tofjnatp tociate
euxate the hat of his subtyrant on a aT ain aTh
T Th in the Swiss market places pla es and andi andrnrl antifl
i rnrl r > r fl f 1 the people there to kneel in int inof inof
t > n of submission to the unseen mas mast
t T Members of the American party partyu partymade
1
u < t made to kneel kneeland and then they must mustR mustfcr
R fier f lr the stripes of their bosses and andc
c n r C t ertain of losing their heads headsn
n nd < l what hat makes it the more curious curiousf
f that they the have to stand still while 11I1e all allhenchmen aUth allt
th t henchmen hfn < hmen of the tyrant laughs at att attlm
t tlm i ini m
MR TAFT ASKS ASKSQ QUESTIONS QUESTIONSherever QUESTIONSWherever ESTIONS ESTIONShprever
Wherever he has gone on the present presenttrip pr presenttrip nt nttrip
trip President Taft has asked a world worldt orld orldcf
t cf f questions That peculiarity has beennotea been bePnnotpu beennoteu
notea by every town he visited lie lieaks Heasks IIcasks
asks with reason and every ever question questionROPS
goes goc > s to the core coreof of o pome 1tPIJ1I1st pmeslLutkn situation which whichhe I h hhe
he wants to view Ie clearly clearlyOn
On hi his recent trip through the Yosem Yosemtc
at > tc valley valle the President has been ac accompany accompany secompany ¬
company bj b old John Muir ulr the natural naturalist ¬
ist the > discoverer and measurer me 8urer of ofglaciers ofglaciers ofglaciers
glaciers A better companion could not nothave nothav nothave
have been selected No man knows the thephysical thephysical thephysical
physical features of the Pacific coast coastfrom COIlStfro11 coastfroi
from San Diego to Nome so well as li lind he heAnd heAnd
And nd the questions asked by b the Presi President President President ¬
dent have been answered in a way WA to toenrich topnrkh toenrich
enrich the mind of the nations chief chiefAir chleCxPuUve chiefMr
xPuUve xPuUveIr
Air Ir Taft will go back home and will willtarry willcarn willarry
tarry with him through life information informationAf
Af o the mlht mighty processes procea e through which whichthe whlcllth whichthe
the th < marvels of the west have been beenlade beenTluld beenade
Tluld lade And Andfor for this Is even more Im Important Importanthe irnportantlie ¬
portant portanthe he will carry carr with him the theriswcrs theswrs thenswers
riswcrs swrs that have been given to him himV
V h iv careful men and women touching touchingKI
4 KI K ial and Industrial conditions in intotrs intahs intats
tats other than California With flit the theime theun theme
ime un r lear judgment judginentwhlch which has enabled enabledHm enabl enabledIm r rIm
Hm Im to select men m of truth t ith Jn the theYti theYco theYosemite
Yti Yosemite < emitp valley he will sift siftrrom from the thec thelfnl thenlaejous
lfnl c n nlaejous acious answers of his enemies here Iieren
i n t Salt Lake the fair truth told him by byri
1 ri 1 friends friendsThere frlEndeTh friendsThere
There Th > re is no danger dAhfj < r of the President Presidentb Pre ldent ldentb
b i IIT I deceived either as as to lethe the age RI1 of oftlir ortll oftI1
tlir tll Mariposa big trees t or orthewarrant orthewarrantf the warrant warrantf
f 1 r the th intolerant factional campaign campaignilt
ialt ilt Lake City
HAMMOND LANDIS AND DEWEY DEWEYI
li I I > rent speeches 8te8C Former QoiiKrexs QoiiKrexsni Ooll Congr ss ssi1
> ni i1 11 Landis of Indiana has hto1d told the thepfllf thor
pfllf pI pIe that the American navy consH consHc considrci
c tf lcd dh IS a fighting force is regarded as a aoil aol
oil deal of a bluff And when that thatstatement thattjtemntetapdflie
statement cotd tjtemntetapdflie tEmtont stands st ll1h alone ne one onoiJfclllpt te jndipe1 jndipe1t
t question the wisdom i dom of Mr r Landls Landlst
it t when lipn the entireposition of the man manunderstood naut
f understood adlfferent complexion If IfKP I itr
= KP T > It is his belief that the navy nAV un unuppnrted unupporte1
uppnrted by a merchant marine capa capabl capabTc
bl of being nG diverted to the suppe supperntary suppentar suppecntary
rntary ntar service of the warships would wouldbf
bf lirgely l at the mercy of the nations nationsnuinii nAtionnNnifs nationsrrnit
nuinii nNnifs And that is quite true trueVdmlral truetdniiral
Admiral Dewey is not misled by b the thestatement thestatement
statement of the sage Indianian He HeVnows Heknows HeInovs
knows the need of a strong navy for forthe fortlW
the United States But he knows l Jo S qult3 qult3o
o as well that the nation should have a avery apry avery
very pry strong merchant marine service serviceable serviceable serviceable ¬
able in commerce while peace shall last lastand lastand lastand
and available as a reinforcement and andaid andnld andaid
aid In time of war warWhich warWhich warWhich
Which brings one back to the clenr clenrcounsel de cletrcounsel r rcounsE1
counsel of If John Hays Hammond prob ¬
ably as sagacious an observer of the theworlds theworlcVs I I
worlds movements as any man alive It Itis ItIs itis
is Mr Hammonds belief that the Unit United Unltod Unitad ¬
ed States should pay moro attention to toacquiring toqulrin tocqulring
acquiring qulrin tho trade d empire of the theworld theworM tc tcworlO
world the Commercial dominance of all alltho nItthe lt ltthe
the seas seasTo seasTo seasTo
To that end he urges better acquaint acquaintance ¬
ance with wl i the peoples of distant lands landsthe lantIsthe landthe
the better cultivation of trade relations relationswith relationswlUI relationswith
with them the more friendly meeting of ofour Qfour ofour
our own merchants wjth the consuming consumingmillions consumingmillions consumingmillions
millions of f Asia and the Islands f of the Hieocean theocenn lIUooenn
ocean oceanOne ooennOne ocennOne
One step In that direction to be sure sureis SUNIs suris
is such legislation touching silver as will willremove wHIremove willremove
remove from fromC China lna and India the neces necessity neccslty necesity ¬
sity of manufacturing there the goods goodsthat goodsthat goodsthat
that should be madoin mado in America and ex exported exported cxported ¬
ported to thorn But side by side with withthat wIththat wlththat
that policy Mr Hammond regards it itnece t tnecesnry tneceary
nece necesnry wry to make the trading ships of ofthe orthe ofthe
the United States more numerous and andtheir Dudtheir andtheir
their service more notable than it ever everhas everhas everhas
has been in the past pastThese pastT pgstThese
These T are the better policies of the theRepublican ho hoRepublican hoRepublican
Republican policy Mr Ir Landis is Is not notout notout notout
out of harmony with the leaders with withwhom withwhom Withwhom
whom he has so So long associated Ad Admiral Aimlral A1mimi ¬
mimi Deweys words sustain the na national national national ¬
tional position And the suggestion of ofJohn ofTohn ofJohn
John Hays Hammond cannot be ignored ignoredif
if the prosperity of our republic is to tobe tobe tobe
be maintained
THE MURDERERS ESCAPE ESCAPEIt
It is a fairly falrl easy thing for the high highpriced hlghprIced highpriced
priced police department of Salt Lake Laketo
to catch a hobo who has begged a dime dimefrom dimefrom dimefrom
from a citizen on the corner But one oneworld oneworIll oneworld
world think a murderer who shoots a aman aman aman
man down on State street in the presence presenceof
of If a hundred witnesses runs through throughthe throu h hthe
the crowd Crowdlnto Into the very heart of the thecity th thclly thcify
city ought to be caught if the police policero
fJrf ro trying to catch him himIf himH himif
If a man so well described desCtl ed and by so somany FOm n nmany
many m ny witnesses as was the ih murderer c f fHiley fRiley fRiley
Riley can kill in cold tlood after a aplain aplain aplair
plain case of highway robbery and andthen an anthen andthen
then pass In review before a crowd f fcitizens fcitizens fcitizens
citizens in the glare tf < f the brightest brightestlights brightestlights brightestlights
lights in the t e city and never be appre apprehended apprehencedthen apprehendedthen ¬
hended hencedthen then what good oofl is the police policedepartment polledepartment policedepartment <
department departmentIn
In what possible way wa cculd eculdthe the mur murderer murderer murderer ¬
derer be better marked Since the thesearch the5elrch thesearch
search could begin Immediately how howbetter howbetter howbetter
better can he help the police to find findhim7 findhun findhrn
hun Since he Is described by the vie victim vieUrn vietim ¬
tim of the robbery robber ird m1 by b the street streetsprinkler street1Irlnkler streetsprinkler
sprinkler and scores of citizens who whosaw whosa whosaw
saw sa the shooting and watched the mur murderer murderer murdarer
derer run past them themwhat what is it the po police p pfee plice ¬
lice lack lackWhen IllckWhen lackWhen
When one comes to consider here i ia 10 ia
a < 1 case C that fairly fair test te l he h e inefficiency inefficiencyof Inefficlencor
of the police poll e department lep rtment If f officers officerscannot offierscannot officerscannot
cannot catch a thug who works that thatboMly thatboklty tlmtboMty
boMly Is there any an worthy thing in the theworld theworld theworld
world they th can do
GYMS AND LIBRARIES LIBRARIESAll
All possible aid should be extended I to tothe tothe tothe
the people who are working for the es establishment estsbll estibhishment ¬
tablishment tsbll hment of gymnasiums and libra libralies libnivies
lies 11 in the towns and cities of Utah UtahThe UtahThe UtahThe
The movement move tent is peculiarly adapted to tobenefit tobneftt tobtnetit
benefit the be youth outh of the land Gymna Gymnasiums Gmnaslums Gymnaslums ¬
slums and libraries when well estab established estl1hJlflhed estabhisheil ¬
lished will provide healthful he lthful and Inn innocent Inncnt innecent ¬
cent escape for all the steam t which is isgenerated isIneted isgenerated
generated in the veins of the young youngnen younnen youngnen
nen and young women It will bf > of oflifelong oflifelong oflifelong
lifelong help to the boys and girls And Andnothing AndMUting Andnothing
nothing is more true than that pesase pesasein
in the address of Governor Spry on onThursday onThur8day onThursday
Thursday when he said to the commis commisskn commlBskon commisskn
skn sknThere skonThere sknThere
There is no agricultural commercial or ormineral ormineraI ormineral
mineral asset a eet so valuable thee Is no re resource reIOurce resource ¬
source so priceless and vital to the fu future tutUn future ¬
ture of our state and nation as the boys boysand boysantI boys1Ml
and 1Ml rlrls who are trrowlntr to manhood manhoodmid manhoodaJMi
mid womanhood There is no trust the thestate thestate thestate
state holds that is so sacred as the guar guardtam guardtanlJtlp guardiansdp
dtam dtanlJtlp iip of her future men and women womenTnere womenTi1ere womenThere
There is the resource most needful to tobe tobe tobe
be developed Boys and an girls are large laigely
ly I II what their environment makes them themIf
If they the have no place but the saloons saloonsml 8810018and esloonsand
and ml the railroad depots to visit some of ofthem ofthel ofthem
them will go there thereand and be the worse worsefir wor worhr worsefM
fir it If they the have gymnasiums a Aid Aidlibraries aIdlibraries id idlibraries
libraries they tIle will go there therefor for 3 e every every every
very good reason re88 < that it will be a hap happier bftiJper happier ¬
pier place for them themThere themThere themThere
There is a movement which hlch deserves deservesall
all the splendid encouragement that it itis itis Itis
is receiving
GOING TO EXTREMES EXTREMESOne
One of the perils of emotional le lelatkm legis legislati legisJation
latkm lati n is that its adherents make mat matters matters matters ¬
ters worse by going to extremes In one oneof otteof oneof
of the dry dr states the laws have been beenao
ao ludicrously stringent strin erit that tht they will willbo wJl1bo willbe
bo openly defied before they are fairly fairlysettled fairlylettled fairlysettled
settled In the books Here is one com comment commont cornmont ¬
mont upon them themAs themAa themAs
As sugge suggested t tefl < l by a contemporary it itmatters Itmtt Itmatters
matters mtt rs not It a milk shake looks like likea likemilk
a milk punch ginger ale looks like a ahighball ahighball ahighball
highball a seltzer lemonade looks like a apin agin agin
gin rlckey and certain harmless malt maltdrinks multdrlnkliJ malttiritiks
drinks like malto and inalnutrine resem resemble resemble resemhis ¬
ble porter th the vender of those perfectly perfectlyharmless perfedtlyharmleM perfectlyharmless
harmless drinks may 1M be Indicted and re required required retfulreii ¬
quired to prove his Innocence InnocenceA
A man cannot take a drink on a J train trainin
in his club or In his office no n matter matterwhether matterwhether matterwhether
whether he has a 1 congestive chill and andis BndIs andIs
is ordered orler d to take it by b his physician physicianThey phalclanTher physicianThey
They have not only Jawed wd against the thesource tilesource thesoume
source of supply but they have declared declaredthat tlClaredthat declaredthat
that if a drink Is taken at a particular particularplace particularDlace particularDiace
place it becomes an offense against the thelaw thcla thelaw
law la It t is legal to take a drink at home homeIn
In the bosom of the family It is illegal illegalto
to take It on a car or anywhere else for forthe torthe forthopresence
the thopresence presence of the liquor in your our place placeof lace laceof
of business busln is not proof that you are go going g gIng goIng ¬
ing to drink it but to sell It ItAnother ItAHther ItAnother
Another law permits officers to brook bronkopen breakapeit
open 8 any place and raid It If they think thinkthe thinkthe thinkthe
the law Is being violated there Yet an another another another ¬
i other law makes all officers liable to im impeachment Impeachment Irnpeachrnent ¬
peachment that do not enforce all the theprohibition the1MffitlblUon the1iroldbttlon
I prohibition laws lawsSurely lawsSurel lawsSurely
i iI I Surely Surel it will be better to persuade persuademen
I men to the course com of wisdom than to toencourage toencourage toencourage
i encourage a state of public temper In Inwhich Inwhlch Inwhich
I I II which such glaring glnrlngextrtvagances extravagances tan tanbe can1H an anbe
be expressed express
i The showing of Dixie products at the theslat theittOr e et
slat ittOr t t fair should tould result r sult in convincing convincingmen
men of money mon y that a railroad to St SLGeorge StGoorge StGeorge
George would be a profitable invest investment Investnfnt investdicnL ¬
ment
IT IS AN OPEN QUESTION QUESTIONIt
I
i It is at least an open question if ifProvo IfProvo ifProvo
Provo should ask the state to help pay payfor payfor payfoz
i for the big sewer now building in that thatpretty thatpre thatpretty
pre pretty ty little city cityResidents elt eltHpsldents cityhiesidonts
Residents there make the point that thuta
a state institution the mental hospital hospitalIs
Is served by the sewer and therefore thereforethat thereforthat thereforethat
that the state should help pay the bill billBut billRut billBut
But the hospital was located there be because haSlllse heCR1150 ¬
cause the people peol > le of Provo wanted It Itbecause Itbe3use Itbecause
because they thl recognized It would bt of
I Icfrtalnly
great commercial benefit to them themas as it itcertainly Itcertaiiily
I IliUme
certainly is And is It not fair to as asbume assurne
bume that the hospital compensates < u r rwhatever rwhatever rwitatever
whatever it costs the city cityWe cityVe cityWe
We Ve hardly think that looks like a aproper aproper aproper
proper charge oh on the state
MUSIC FOR THE CITIES CITIESIn CITiESIn
In the year nIneteennine forty cities citiesin
in the United States have appropriated appropriatedpublic approprlatidpublic
public money for the encouragement of ofmusic ofmUsic ofmUsic
music That Is they have h cgivcn given public publicmgney publicmQney publicrnQney
mgney to bands And It is likely ten tentimes tlntimes tentimes
times that number of small towns In Inunexplored Inunexplored Inunexplored
unexplored parts of the country have havedone havcdone havedone
done the very sanie S pe thing thingthough though on a amore amore amore
more modest scale scaleTo scaleTo scaleTo
To that extent the people of American AmericanCities Americancities AmericancIties
Cities follow the example of the Italian Italianand Italianand Italianand
and German nations Public money moneyhas moneyhas moneyhas
has been spent lavishly there for cen centuries centuries centunes ¬
turies in the cultivation of music musicamong musicamong musicamong
among the masses And as a result resultthe resultthe resultthe
the best operas in the world are sung sungby sungby sungby
by the common people in every village villageof villageofsouthernEurope
of ofsouthernEurope southern Europe Presently we shall shallhave shallhave shallhare
have an opera company here in Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake composedas as to the chorus chorusof chorusofpeople chorusofpeople of ofpeople
people corresponding to our working workingmen
men and women in Utah We Va dont dontknow dontknow dontknow
know yet how well they will sing but butgenerally butgenerally butgenerally
generally they both sing and under understand understand understand ¬
stand They are fairly well educated educatedin
in music musicMaybe musicMaybe musicMaybe I
Maybe too much tyltleism would fol follow follow follow ¬
low a direct appropriation of public publicmoney publicmoney publicmoney
I
money to the support of an orchestra orchestraor
or a choral society in SaltLake Salt Lake And Andyet Aniyet I Iyet
yet the money would be not unwisely unwiselyexpended unwiselyexpended I Iexpended
expended But if that cannot be done doneregularly doneregularl doneregularly
regularly year ear after year surely the themen themen themen
men and women of wealth will see the thebenefit thebenefit thebenefit
benefit of subscribing to a fund which whichshall whichshall sliichshall
shall make possible the very ver best sym symphony symphony syinphony ¬
phony orchestra ever heard here hereYear hereYear hereYear
Year after year an opera company of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this or some other Utah city presents presentsan
an opera and reveals the presencf of a achorus achoruS achorus
chorus perfecting amazing in its excel excellence excellence excellence ¬
lence It Is no Idle boast to say thes thesmassed thesmassed thesmassed
massed voices that have 1I1ve been heard heardhere heardhere heardhere
here year after year ear closely rival the thebest thebest thebest
best American company that travels traelsacross travelsacross travelsacross
across the mountains mountainsIf
If public treasuries cannot be drawn dravnupon drawnupon Irawnupon
upon for the encouragement of music musicthe musicthe musicthe
the obligation is the more pressing upon uponthose uponthose uponthose
those able to endow an orchestra The Themanagement Themanagement Themanagement
management is here The ability to totrain totrain totrain
train and educate Is here The musi musicians musicians musiclans ¬
cians are here And we wedo do not believe believethe believethe believethe
the good people of Utah lack the money mone
THE CHILDREN WILL REMEMBER REMEMBERMost REMEMBER1Iost
Most men 6f f mature years yearsand and pUit pUitwomen uin uinwomen uiwomen
women as a auro so confess to age ageremCIn ageremCInbel remem remember ¬
her some nvdent of striking histoiicM histoiicMvalue hlstOl histoiicivalue iNi iNi31ue
value which came in the days of youth youthThe yoathThe ih1thThe
The writer hereof recalls the crossing crossingof crosingof
of northern Indiana by b the line that is isnow islow
now 10 the Pennsylvania railroad A lull3 lull3farther littkfarther
farther south the men grown tall re remember remmber remember ¬
member the opening of canal A Mil Milthei Ml Mltheii 111U
theii U < I then were celebrations that thatmarked thatmarked I Imarked
marked the t e close of the civil war MostMormon Most MostMormon lotormon
Mormon ormon men and women have stored storedaway storEdaway storedaway
away in their memories memoriegimpre impressive Rhe da dawhen das daswhen dayswhen > <
when matters of mighty mlgbtlmport import were weremarked eie eiemarked
I
marked with jubilation These are the themonuments thpmonuments themonuments
monuments that exist eXlslin in the minds of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the people peopleIn I
In York state within t1hepast Ihe the jast i > ast week weekthe wepkthe weeithe I
the children have seen Uencdn bem n fires fireslighted firesUghted fireslighted
lighted on mountain miJuntantopsa tops all the way wayrom vavfrom
i
from rom Buffalo to Manhattan island The Thefires Thefires I
fires have marked the celebration of ofHudsons ofHudsons
Hudsons dieoovery dleoo very of the river thit thitbears th9tbears tlitbears I
bears his name and1 and the navigation of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that river by b Fulton In the first steam steamboat steamboat ¬
boat boatThe boatThe I IThe
The events or ents are big The moans to tomark j jmark I Imark
mark their ihelrc celebration are spectacular spectacularThe j jThe IThe
The rising generation will 111 be impressed impressednd
and nd the large incident In the life of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their state of their nation of the big bigyears bigyears bigyears
years that have pased will become pas passages passages passages ¬
sages of life never to be forgotten In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the light Of those memories no child childwill childwill hIMwill
will grow to manhood Indifferent to the theprogress theprogress theprogress
progress of discovery or the triumphs triumphsof
of applied science They will In the thelater thellter thelater
later years oors tell their children of th3 th3fires th thfires thfires
fires that burned on the heights along alongthe alongth alongthe
the th Hudson marking mighty events in inthe inthe inthe
the development of their common coun country country country ¬ i
I
try tryThe
The man who suggested sugge ted that scheme schemeis chlTneis
is a mRlltQlmeesurlng master measuring up to the big bignes blgnes bigflea
nes of the occasion CC mon which whiehlie he helps to tocelebrate tocElebrnte tocelebrate
celebrate
That part of the regular army sta stationed statlonel ItatlonCtl ¬
tioned at Salt Lake presents its ft coin roinIllments C01111lIments coin1timents
Illments to Former President Roosc Rooscwit Rooscvlt loosevelt
wit and the th officers here can rid ridNothing ridNothll1 rhlNothing
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And how long were you in prison prisonUntil prisonUntil prisonUntil
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to the gentlemen of the jury jurySo jurySo juryISo I
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here as the chief witness for the de defense dcfense ¬ i ifense
fense an exconvict and fugitive from fromjustice fromjustice I Ijustice
justice by his own confession confessionHe
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When and where were you ou in prison prisonsir
sir he sneered sneeredThe sneercdThe sneeredThe
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spoke in a strong clear voice voiceI
I was captured sir at tho battle of ofFort oCFort ofFort
Fort Harrison on the 29th day of Sep September September September ¬
tember 1861 and sent to Libby prison prisonRichmond prisonRichmond prisonRichmond
Richmond I effected my m escape while whilebeing whilebeing whilebeing
being transferred to Salisbury North NorthCarolina NorthCarolina NorthCarolina
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But that was already more than the theprosecutor theprosecutor theprosecutor
prosecutor wanted to know
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PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP GUARDIANSHIPNOTICE GUARDIANSHIPNOTICE GUARDIANSHIPNOTICE
NOTICE NOTICEConsult NOTICEConsult
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Consult county clerk or respective r QUve sign signers signers ¬
ers for further information InformattonIN g gITOEDISTRICiconRT
ITOEDISTRICiconRT IN THE DISTRICT COURT PR PRbate PRO PRObate PRObate < >
bate division in and for Salt LaU coun county county O0Tty ¬
ty state of Utah la the matter of the theetat theate theestate
estate etat ate of Jacob Alt deceased decea deceeedNOt deceeedNOtThe edNotlee edNotleeThe Notice NoticeTbe
The petition of Albert J 1 Alt administra administrator ¬
tor of the estate tate of Jacob Alt deceased deceasedpraying d deceasedpraying ceaaedJ1ng
praying for the settlement of 01 fl final l ac account account account ¬
count of s said id Albert J AH administra administrator ¬
tor and for the distribution of the residue residueof
of t said eatato to the persons enutleu enutleuateo MlUtleuaIM SHtItlOualso
aIM discharge of administrator has hasbeen bMbeeft biibeen
been s S4tt t for hearing on Friday the th 15th 15thday 15thday 15thday
day of October A D 1MB 1 at t 8 oclock oclockp
p m at the county court houee in the thecourt tbecourt thecourt
court room of said court In Salt 5 < < 1t Lake LakeCity LkeCity
City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitnece UtahWltJtHB UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of ot mid court with withthe withthe withthe
the seal thereof affixed this 3U day dYSeptember of ofSeptember otSeptember
September A D JS08 JS08MARGARET I IMARGARET ISOSMARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHBR WITCHBRSeal WITCHERSealL
Seal Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy Clerkfly
SealL By L L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkC
C E Marks ark Attorney for Petitioner PetitionerIN
IN THE TH DISTRICT COURT PRO PKObate PRObate PRObate
bate division In and for Salt Lake coun county county COUflty
ty state of Utah In Inbe the matter of the theestate theestate theestate
estate and guardianship of Theodore TheodoreLaIl6 ML MLLane MCS MCSLane
Lane Bruback and Jessie Te ele Elizabeth Bru Bruback Brubaek Brubeck
back minors Notice
The petition of Jessie Je e McLane Bruback Brubackthe
the guardian of the persons and estates estatesof e estteof ttes ttesof
of Theodore McLane Brub Bruback ek and Jessie JessieKliMbeth JeHleElizabeth JessieElizabeth
Elizabeth Bruback minors mln for or order order order ¬
der ratifying and confirming con convejance coneance COflveyance
vejance made by the petitioner as asguardian asguardian SSguardian
guardian upon the sale Ie by Josiah Jo lah Bar Barnett Barnett Barnett
nett executor of the will of Theodore TheodoreBruback TheodoreBruoack IheOdoreDruback
Bruback deceased chcea ed of the th following followingdescribed followingdMCrlbEd fOfl0wlegdescribed
described real estate e tate of said de decedent decedent decedent ¬
cedent towit Beginning at the thenorthwest thenorthwealt thenorthwest
northwest corner of lot two CO 2 block blockseventy blockseventy blOCkseventy
seventy 70 plat A Salt Lake City sur survey survey ur urvey ¬
vey and running thence then east seventy seventyeight 8ventyeleht seventyeight
eight and seventyseven leventy even onehundredths onehundredths7fl
7877 feet to the west line of Plum al alley alley alIcy ¬
ley thence south one hundred sixtyfour sixtyfourIE4
1 IE4 4 feet thence west thirtynine and sev seventyseven seventyseven seventyseven ¬
entyseven one hundred ths 3977 77 feet feetthence feetthence feetthence
thence north four 4 feet thence west westfiftythree westfiftythree westfiftythree
fiftythree 53 feet more or less to the theeast theeast theeast
east line of Commercial street thence thencenortherly thencenortherly thencenortherly
northerly along the east line of Commer Commercial Commercial Commerdat ¬
cial street one hundred sixty 1W 1 feet feetmore feetmOn feetmore
more or less le to a point on the east line lineof lineof lineof
of Commercial street due west of the thepoint thepoint thepoint
point of beginning thence east twelve twelvel
12 l feet more or less to the point of ofbeginning ofbeginning ofbeginning
beginning Together with a right of way wayover wayover wayover
over an alley known as Plum alley de described described dcscribed ¬
scribed as a follows towit Commencing Commencingseventynine Commencingsevntynlne commencingseventynine
seventynine 79 feet eat of the south southwest BOuthwe sOuthwest ¬
west we t corner of said lot two 2 running runningthence runningthence runnIngthence
thence north twenty 90 rods thence east eastsixteen eutsixteen eastsixteen
sixteen 19 1 feet thence south twenty O an anrode a arods I Irodl
rode thence then west sixteen 1 It feet to the theplace theplace theplace
place of beginning Said executors sale salebeing lIalebeing salebeing
being for the sum of 181000 And upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the following terms to towit wit JI1i9 116 cash cashupon CaSilupon ashupon
upon confirmation the balance of 7u 70000 70000payable 7OJtpayable ODO ODOpayable
payable in deferred payments one of JJO 20
000 payable one year after date the other otherof
of 980000 OOO payable in three years after date datesaid datesaid
said deferred payments bearing t per cent centinterest ctntIntere 4 4 4interest
interest t and evidenced by notes secured securedby
by mortgage e as appears from the d report reportof
of sale filed in this court has been set setfor settor setfor
for hearing on Friday the 15th day of ofOctober ofOctobt ofOctober
October > r A D 1906 at 2 oclock p m mat mat rnat
at the county court house in the court courtroom courtroom courtroom
room of said court in Salt Lake Clt CltSalt City CityS1t CityStilt >
Salt Lake county UtahVltle UtahWItiess Utah UtahWitness
Witness Vltle s the clerk of said court withthe witthe with withthe
the seal thereof affixed this 77th th day ay of ofSeptember ofSeptember ofSeptember
September A D 18M 18MMARGARET 10MARGARET 1805MARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHR WITCHRSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy CJerkBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk Clerkttey Clerky ClerkDey
ttey y Hoppaugh Attorneys for Peti Petitioner PeUloner Petitioner ¬
tioner tionerIN tionerIN lonerIN
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO PRObate PRObate PRObate
bate division in and for Sat Lake coun county count county ¬
ty t state of Utah In the matter of the tneestate theestate theestate
estate of Theodore Bruback deceased deceasedNotice decealledotice deceasedNotice
Notice NoticeThe NoticeThe oticeThe I
The petition of Josiah To lah Barnett executor executorof
of the estate of Theodore Bruback d dceased dceased dceased >
ceased for confirmation of the sale n nthe or orthe ofthe
the following described real estate of said saiddecedent SAiddecedent saildecedent
decedent towit Beginning at the thenorthwest thenorthwest thenorthwest
northwest corner of lot two 2 block blockseventy blockseventy blockseventy
seventy 70 plat A Salt Lake City BUI BUIvey swvey Iurvey
vey and running thence east s sevent seventeight venu venueight
eight and seventyseven onebundredths onehundredtlls78i7
7877 feet to the west line of o Plum al alley 31ley a aley
ley thence south one hundred sixtyfo alxtfour1st > r
161 feet thence west thirtynine and FP FPontysevtn 1 1tnhseven sev seventyseven >
ontysevtn one hundred hundredths ths 3177 fcrt fcrtthence ttthence fettthence
thence north four 4 feet thence w wt wtfiftythree v r rfiftythree tfiftythree
fiftythree 51 feet f t more or less to Id Ideast tI tIea tlieast
east ea t line of Commercial street then a anortherly IInortherly anortherly
northerly along the east t line of Commer Commercial Commerclal ¬
clal street one hundred sixty 109 1 fe fed fedmore fetmore < t tmore
more or less to a point on the east t line lineof lineof lineof
of Commercial street due west of tn tnpoint tik tikpoint thpoint
point of beginning thence east tweU >
12 1 2 feet more or less to the point of ofbeginning orbeginning ofbeginning
beginning Together with a right of W way wayover wayover < t tover >
over an alley known as Plum alley de described d dscribed dscribed ¬
scribed as follows fo lows towit Commencing Commencingscentynine Commencingscvpntyntne Commencingseventynine
scentynine T9 feet east of the south southwe southwest
we west > < t corner of said lot two 2 running runningthence runningthence runningthence
thence nQrth twenty 8 rods thence ea east ealtsixteen eastsixteen c csixteen
sixteen 16 feet thence south twenty Jn Jnrods IJ IJrods Jjrods
rods thence west sixteen 16 feet to fi fiplace to111aep t tplace
place of beginning for the sum of SS1W SS1WAnd 1811And 2SIn 2SInAnd
And upon the following terms towit 11 11ono
ono cash upon confirmation the balance balanceof
of J70000 fiOOOOpayable payable in deferred payment paymentone
one for 20000 OOO payable one year after date datethe datfthe datethe
the other of 60000 payable j jthree iu iuthree ittthree
three years after date said d dferred dferred dferred <
ferred payments bearing six pt ptcent
cent interest and evidenced by not notsecured notsecured notsecured =
secured by mortgage as appears from fromthe frolllthe P Pthe
the report of sale filed in this court hal halbeen hasbeen ha habeen
been set for hearing on Friday the 15th 15thday 15thday 15thday
day of October A D 1 1M W at S oclock oclockm J Jm
m at the county court house In the COM eCurroom c croom troom
room of said court in Salt Lake Clt CltSalt CltS1t City
Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWitne88 UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of said court wH wHthe wittthe with withthe >
the seal thereof affixed this 27th lth da day > ofSepttmber ofSeptember of ofSeptember
September A D 1M 1MMARGARET i0SMARGARET 1M 1MMARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WlTCHKR WlTCHKRSeal WTCHRSeal
Seal Clerk ClerkBy CJerkBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy ClerkDey ClerkDey Clerk ClerkDey
Dey Hoppaugh Attorneys for Pet Pett Petitioner Pettioner
t tioner tionerIN tionerIN lonerIN
IN THE DISTRICT COtIRT PRO PRObate PRObete PRObate
bate division in and for Salt Lake coun count
t > state of Utah In the matter of the theestate tb tbeAtate theestate
estate of Mry S Hodgson deceased deceasedNotice deceasedNotice deceasedNotice
Notice NoticeThe NoticeTbe NoticeThe
The petition of Oliver Hodgson admin administrator adminIstrator administrator ¬
istrator of the estate of Mary S Hodgson Hodgsondeceased Hodgeondeceased n ndecealle
deceased praying for an order of sale saleof saleof 19 19of
of real property of said decedent ul aliithat allthat ulthat
that all persons Interested appear befor beforthe beeOthe beforthe
the said court to show cause why an or order r rder rtier ¬
der should not no be granted to sell so niu mHas nihas i ias
as shall be necessary of the following followlndeacrnJtd
described real estate of said deceased i iwit Iit iwit
wit it Lots 25 X C 27 28 2 a 3 aJ 31 and andin antiIn J JIn
in block S Haaelmere Hazel mere subdivision i iblock 1block iblock
block 1 If A 6acre plat A Big Field sr srvey IT ITey ITvey
vey > ey Salt Lake county state of fta ftahas etaihall ttahas
has been set for hearing on Friday Frtda IIM IIM15th IJ IJ15th th15th
15th day of October A D 18 1M at t orloi o oclockp loeH loeHp k kp
p m at the county court house in th ticourt theourt thcourt
court room of said court in Salt Lake Lakpfit LakeCity LakeCity
fit City Salt Lake county Utah UtahWitness UtahWltnp9 UtahWitness
Witness the clerk of wild court with withthe withthe withthe
the sal thereof affixed this th 2Mb th day uf ufSeptember vfSeptember ofSeptember
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MARGARET ZANE WITCIIER WITCIIERBv
sPa Clerk CJerkB
Bv B L I P Palmer Deputy clerk clerkMathonihah ClerkMathonthah ClerkMathonthah
Mathonthah Thomas Attorney for Pe Petitioner Petitioner Fetitioner ¬
titioner titionerIN
IN TIlE DISTRICT COURT PRO PROnate PROnate PROOnte
nate anision Chvlsl in and for Salt lAke county countState
State of Utah In the matter of the tjwestate th the theestate
estate e tate of John Squires deceased deceneeNotine deceneeNotineThe Noti Notee NoteeThe < e eThe
The petition for approval and settle settlement settlement settlement ¬
ment of th the annual account of 0 the trus trustees tmsttf5 trustees ¬
tees under the will of the estate tate of Jot JohiSquires n nSquires II8Julres
Squires deceased h hu c been set for hear hearing hdrIng heartug ¬
ing on Friday the 16th day of Octobr OctobrA > T TA
A D 1909 at 2 oclock pL p m at tho thoallnty tticeinty h hcninty >
cninty court o rt hsnse h t In the court rot rooiof ro roof rotof
of said court in Salt Lake City Clt Salt SaltLake SaltLake suitLake
Lake count Utah UtahWitness UtahWitnESll UtahVitness
Witness the clerk of said court viJt viJtthe Vittthe wjttthe
the seal thereof affixed this 2Stn th day of ofSeptember ofStptEmhfr ofSptemher
September A D 1H 1HMARGARET lJIGI lJIGIMARGARET 1 1MARGARET
MARGARET ZANE WITCHER
Seal l Clerk ClerkBy ClerkBy ClerkBy
By L P Palmer Deputy Clerk ClerkYoung ClerkYoung ClerkYoung
Young Moyle Attorneys for Peti PetiAssessment Petiton I IAssessment
ton
Assessment Notice NoticeJUNO NoticeJUNO NoticeJUNO
JUNO MINING COMPANY OF STOCK STOCKton
ton Principal place of bus4n business Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Clt City > Utah Location of mine Rush RushValley RUlhVaney RushValley
Valley Tooele TO > e1e county Utah UtahNotice UtahNotlC UtahNotice
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet meetIng metIng meetIng
Ing of > f the board of directors of the Juno JunoMining JUf10Mining JunoMining
Mining company com pan held on the 38th th day of ofSeptember otSptember ofSeptember
September 1909 assessment No 11 of one onequarter onequarter onequarter
quarter of a cent per share was levied leviedon
on the capital stock of th the corporation corporationissued corporationIssued corporationissued
issued and outstanding payable Immedl Immedlately Immtdlately immnediately
ately to H W Davis acting treasurer treasurerat
at room 9 Central block Salt Lake City Citytah
Utah tah Any stock upon which this assess aseessmerit a88e8ment assessment
ment ma may > remain unpaid on Saturday SaturdaOc SaturdayOc
Oc y > 1908 will be delinquent dellnQu mt and advertised ad ariverUsed actvertlsed ¬
vertised for sale at public auction and andunless andunl andunless
unless unl ss payment Is made before will te tesold besold tesold
sold on Saturday Nov No 20 IMS at 1Z 1 m mat n1at rnat
at room 9 Central block Salt Lake Clt Cltto Clhto Citito
to pay the delinquent assessment ther theron thereon
on together with cost of advertising and andexpense andtxpense andexpense
expense of sale saleH saleH saleH
H W V DAVIS Acting Secretary
Room 9 Central Block Salt Lake Cltv Cltvrtah CltvPtnh
rtah rtahDr PtnhDr TtaiDr
Dr Miller gives scientific character characterreading charaetfrreading charactcrreading
reading at the office of the Character CharacterBuilder x xBulldtr ItBUlldfof
Builder 221 Constitution building

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