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I A NEW FORCE.
55 II Tho Provo Enquirer sizes up con-
" II ditions with an optimistic view of tho
!' II future as follows:
ts M Tho United States is on the ovo of
Id IS a revolution, true it will bo a blood-
r- 1 lees one, yet the results will bo as
d- M ureat as those achieved where thou-
5' 'm sands of lives have been tho price
d' I naid Tho spirit of tho revolution Is
id the same as in those fought in times
past; tho welfare and tho rights of
I tho peoplo against tho greed and
t II usurpation of the powerful few. As
II the President of tho United States is
II the head and front of tho movement
H wo may well expect it to become a
B force such as has never been felt in
H the country along tho same lines bo-
IB For years tho government and tho
pUUHc havo been considered legltl-
39 mate prey by many men and combina-
IH tlons of men who havo carried on a
(H legatlzed piracy against tho people
B and tho government Starting in a
B small way thoy havo grown in strength
B an(1 methods of evading the law till
B at last they havo Insidiously under-
B mlnC(1 nearly every branch of com-
Wj merco and placed their seal of power
KM on most of tho industries of the
IV country. So wide in fact has their
II scopo become that a successful fight
against them has seemed Impossible
M and they have won' victory after vic-
H tory whero according to law and jus-
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l J- A. FOLEY,
' Commeiclal Agci t,
I 7i West 2nd So., SALT LAKE, ITY. CUTAH
tico they should havo been defeated
I3ut a new forco lias entered the
5 lists against them now nnd before
even tho skirmish lino is reached thoy
r commence to tremble and squirm.
For the first time in the history of
, our country tho President has inter-
esled himself, in a personal way,
, with tho great problems of industry
i and says that fraud and discrlmlna
', tions must cease. Ho has been a
lighter all his life and some of his
hardest battles were against combina
tions that for years had debauched
tho peoplo and laughed, at the efforts
made to bring them to justice, with
Impunity. Ho has proven in these
battles what an individual can do and
now with tho added power and scopo
that tho Presidency gives him the
regimo of dishonesty may well trem
ble. His attention has been turned to
tho land frauds which have been go
ing on for years in the Northwest and
a thorough Investigation is promised
let tho result bo disastrous to whom
it may. With our President there
aro no great and small but all are
equal before tho law, so wo may ox
pect to see justice claim her own.
The hardest fight which the Presi
dent has yet waged will no doubt bo
with tho railroads. They aro so In
terwoven with tho sinew of trade,
their Influence is so widespread and
their strength so great that it is al
most a superhuman task to bring
them to justice or control them. Dut
in Theodore Roosevelt they havo a
power to deal with that they havo
never met before. With him to gen
oral tho battlo wo may well expect
to seo tho Waterloo of rate discrimi
nation and tho hundred and ono meth
ods used by tho railroads to intlml
dat, tyrannize and defraud.
A rose by any other namo would b
worth as much.
Out of tho mouths of babes comet'
molasses candy. Franklin P. Adamf
In New York Times.
tejl isoo tho bit' ; tf
"fe hojvystorllinf P
Hilorsi oou -,
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' lk hny'B window ir
for $1.00-41 W.Kfw
Qp 2"d South St. 'KS
Tho way you buy .our whiskey on
the train in tenth-pint miniatures
I that's tho way we'ro selling bottled
cocktails, and Old Crow Whlskoy hot
I lied in bond. By tho dozen this way
j thoy cost 51.75. Just ono good drink
I In each bottle.
' RIEGEIl & LINDLEY,
"The Whiskey Merchants."
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I One Week One Week j
Only! Only! j
One Week Only
One Hat, One Shirt,, One Tie, jj
and One Pair of Suspenders, with 8
Every Suit From
$12 UP j
Your choice of any of the above !
articles in the store. The best is
none too good. Five articles for
The price of one.
ROWE & KELLY CO.
132 MAINSTREET I