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title: 'Truth. (Salt Lake City, Utah) 1901-1908, October 25, 1905, SPECIAL EDITION, Page 5, Image 5',
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TRUTH- 5 I
TO REPUBLICANS OF SALT LAKE
The following extract from the ad
dress of the Republican stato commit
tee of last fall is not out of place In
"Wo call your attention to the fact
that four years ago the Republican
party of this stato chose a senator
then not generally known In stato pol
itics. Ho was elected over the heads
of men grown gray in tho sorvico of
tho party, and whoso Republicanism
haa been tried in tho cruclblo of both
victory and defeat, and whole party
loyalty could not be questioned. Tho
victory of tho senior senator in tho
legislative caucus was tho cause of
bitter opposition, but his opponents
finding 'themselves in tho minority,
gracefully accepted his triumph, and
the entire party in this state willingly
uphold his hands and gave him tho
support duo his exalted position; and
now, becauso tho Republican nomi
nees of tho stato ticket are not his
personal choice, or of his selection, ho
deliberately insults the people of this
state, attacks their good faith, and
impugns tho honor of tho people who
have so generously honored him, and
is striving to organizo a party which
has for Its object the revival of all the
bitter animosity and hatred of the
past; to sacriflco upon tho altar of his
private plquo and wounded vanity all
that has been gained In twelvo years
of progress, peace, contentment and
good will among tho citizens of this
great state; nnd to defeat tho state
ticket of tho Republican party. We
deny his right and that of tho Tribune
to offer this insult to the men and wo
men of Utah, who comprise tho Repub
lican party, and who carry Its banner
in triumph to victory at tho polls. We
deny his right to challenge tho good
faith of tho delegates to tho lato state
convention, and wo repel tho insinua
tions and charges that any delegate
was influenced by any crwslderatlon
other than his desire to romlnato the
strongest possible ticket. Wo deny
his right to Impugn tho motlvo or good
r. faith of any candidate before that
"i convention, and Anally wo resent, on
behalf of the good people or Utah, the
unwarrantable charges of 'church In
' "" fluenco' made by him, his newspaper
and his followers. Wo denounce his
action as not only hostile to tho Re
publican party, but also as an attack
upon tho peoplo of Utah, and the
progress which marks tho civil and
political institutions of tho stato. We
deny the right, as wo question the
ability of any person to revive tho bit
terness of tho past.
Tho grandees of Spain numbf
about 2G0. They ar.c titular chaml t
lains of the Sovereign.
A man sat on tlio old lall fence,
He wore a tattered coat.
Ho smiled a smllo of glee Intense
And then ho elenred his throat,
And warbled In on Idle strain
A small Impromptu lay;
He sang It o'er and o'er again
Throughout tho summer day:
"I do not own a cent of stock
In any big concern.
I haven t any city blocks
Which In a night might burn.
I pay no llfo Insurance bill.
And so you must agree,
This world that uses others 111
Is pretty good to mo."
OLDEST HOTEL IN AMERICA.
Building In Phoenix, Arizona, Enjoys
St. Augustine is tho oldest town In
tho United States, but tho oldest ho
tel in tho country, contrary to what
ono would expect, Is not In the East
at all, but as far West as Arizona, be
ing situated In Phoenix of that state
It was built in tho seventeenth cen
tury by tho Spaniards Just after the
erection of a wonderful governor's
palace, which also Is to be seen to this
day tho famous "Palacio del Gober
nador." Tho hotel Is a long, low, one
story affair, built of adobe, with a flat
roof, low doorways and many-paned
windows. Tho structure is now rather
dingy in appearance, although it wa3
no doubt considered really spacious
and elegant when first erected.
When, in 1C81, tho Indians threw
off tho Spanish yoke tho hotel became
a temporary fort. Many a successful
Indian raid was planned in this very
building, and councils of war wore
held frequently in the "tap-room," as
it was called.
This old tavern has sheltered such
men as Custer, John C. Fremont, Gen
Phil Sheridan, Zebulon Pike, Buffalo
Bill and other famous scouts and
plainsmen, besides many lesser heroes
who, in true dime novel fashion,
"went West to fight Injuns."
Sure Stimulus to Conversation.
When you meet a man and are at
a loss for a subject of conversation
ask him to toll you about his troubles.
"WEAK HEART" A BUGBEAR.
Physician Gives Some Plain Talk on
It is a harmful thl"; for any one
to coddle his heart when there is no
disease, and I think wo (tho medical
profession) arc far too Instrumental
In aiding ard abetting t Is.
Wo do far more goou by pronoun
cing people sound, even If out of
health, and thus sending them forth
with renewed hope, than by keeping
them In tho chains of uncertainty nnd
nervous dread, than which nothing can
bo moro crushing to the utility of a
llfo or moro harmful to tho chanco of
I know of no symptoivs of a "weak
heart." Yet the use of t' o term leads
cither to a s tc of ncrvo- s dread from
which recovery is most difficult, or
else to a 1' o of luxurious Idleness,
which, by the enervation it causes, Is
likely soonr or later to bo precedent
to tho end It would sMc to avoid.
Dr. James Goodheart ot London.
The Gun's Heat.
"Tho sun'r. bent?" said tho astrono
mer. "Well, lot us say that tho value
of tho sun's heat is $25,000,000. Now,
what proportion ot all that valuo do
you suppose warms tho earth? Only
two cents' worth.
"All the re3t of tho sun's heat Is
wasted in space. Of tho ?25,000,00t
tho earth only gots 2 cents.
"With coal I can give you another
Idea of tho sun's heat. Suppose that
tho earth was to contract to heat the
I sun. Do you know what tho rcsul'
would bo? All tho coal upon tho earU
would suffice to "iilntaln tho presenl
solar heat for just one-tenth of a second."
Translato the Bible.
Last year tho English ruble Society
had tho Bible translated into twelve
more languages, making tho total
number of languages In which It may
now bo read 390.
For Larger Lives.
In Heaven, they say, Is undisturbed and H
perfect "cace; and y-l H
Along our 1 '"irtstilngs, oven there, a
ttcmnr of Ichicl
Must sometimes wander Into pain, If
A gilcf that In this good, great world H
uo lived no larger lives.
God moves e"r planet gloriously among
the starry spheres, 1
And nobler movements for our souls, ,
tliiousli these our inn 'it ycais, 1
In widening oiblts towaid Himself ctcr-
nnlly II" planned;
Wo creep and rust in trc '.nlll groves M
wo will not bo made gland,
Yet souls that' win Immortal heights un- H
clogged with self mujt nun el
Tho only thing that we can tako from H
cm tli to Heaven Is love!
To make us great Ilka Thee, O Godl
Thy Spirit with us strives!
Enlargo our lives to tnko Thco Int O, H
give us noblor Uvea!
Called His Own Banns.
Tho unusual clrcumsta-co of a vicar I
calling" his own banns of marriage H
ook placo recently at St. Stephen's H
church. Devonport, England, whero H
Rec. II. II. Lecpcrpubllshcd, "for tho H
first time of asking," tho announce- H
nent of his forthcoming marrlago with U
Miss Denny, daughter of a lato naval 'H
i Ulcer. '
Tho oldest university In the world .1
s at Pokln. It is callci. tho "School
or tho Sons of tho Empire." Its an- M
'quity Is very great, and a graiiito ifl
jglstcr, consisting of stono columns,
"0 in number, contains tho names ot ifl
0,000 graduates. I
A WILLING WORKER I
Money ia always ready to earn you I
moro money when given tho opportun- M
Ity. Wo furnish tho opportunity. Per-
haps you had better ask about it. M
UTAH SAVINGS & TRUST CO., -M
(In tho heart ot tho business district.) 3
W. S. McCornlck, President. m
John J. Daly, Vlco President. M
Illcber M. Wells, Manager. '
100 South Main St.
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R(T77jW- :gl;fegr doing- your full duty and secure a policy in the 4
f : ' National Life Insurance Go., mm, i j
AtbM $P v Good Policies for Everybody 58 Different Kinds
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f NM 204-205 McCornlck Building, Salt Lake City.
fj Geo. D. Alder, Gen'l Manage . Z. Henry Jacobs, Cashier. &
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