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WILMS E. VIGU3.
H Republican Candidate for City Auditor.
IT For many yoars Vlgus and tho As-
E soolatod Press wero synonlmous terms
: In thts city. Ho was tho manager In
this part of tho country for that
great Institution and had full chargo
of all Its Interests hero and always ac
quitted himself with ability and faith
fulness and has an onvlablo reputa
tion for honesty and straightforward
ness. Ho has been nominated by tho
Republicans for tho very Important
office of city auditor and Is thorough
ly capablo of performing tho duties
thereof. Ho Is popular and has many
warm friends In tho city who are ex
erting themselves for his election.
W. R. HUTCHINSON,
Republican Candidate for City At
torney. 'Tho city neeas an nblo and con
sclenclous lawyer to guard Its legal In
terests. Mr. Hutchinson Is just such
a man. Ho has lived In Salt Lake
for about ten years practicing his pro
fession. His standing at tho bar is
first class. Ho has from tlmo to time
handled as chief counsel very Import
ant cases Involving largo property In
terests and has shown marked ability,
and deep knowledge of the law. Ho
stands well In tho community and
has tho respect and confldenco of tho
public and of those who know him In
timately. Tho Republicans mado no
mlstako in nominating him.
CALVIN 8. BUCKWALTER.
' '"' Republican Candidate for Recorder.
Mr. Buckwalter is a Salt Lake pro
duct; was born, here, has lived here
all his llfo and' received his cduca
; ' tlon at tho public schools and tho
university. Ho Is a young man with
great perseverance, ability and good
Judgment. In his oarjlor youth ho
was omployed by Mossrs. Howlett
Bros., and tho Donhalter Co.,
as salesman In tho mercantile
and manufacturing business, and
mado a success of It, and enjoyed tho
W. R, HUTCHINSON.
full confldenco and esteem of his
firms. For about three years ho has
been deputy county clerk and has full
charge of ono of tho departments In
tho office at tho present time. His
experience Is such as to thoroughly
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Jf'. ,- WILLIS E. VIGUS.
fit him for tho duties of tho offlco of
city recorder. Ho has been active In
political matters from his early youth
and Is an ardent Republican, trust
worthy to tho fullest degreo and al
ways dovoted to duty.
HERE'S GOOD SENSE.
"No one thing contributes so much
to raco suicide as our modern school
system," said Dr. F. A. Lankton, ad
dressing the Missouri Valley Homeo
pathy Medical association. Her sub
ject was "Tho Imperfect Development
of Our Girls." She suld: I
"Ono of the most grievous problems 1
of tho day Is tho lack of development
of our girls. Our school system so
crowds tho child as to divert to the
brain those energies which should go
to its physical upbuilding. From
these nervously developed mothers
tho child becomes an Invalid from
childbirth. While tho body Is In
process of development tho brain
should be rested.
"It Is not possible to produce a per
fectly developed body and compass
an education In the short period of
twenty years. Owing to the strain
upon our girls during tho years of
physical development wo are creating
a race of women incapable of produc
ing normal children.
"If you are to have a raco of strong,
symmetrical and capable men and
women you must modify your school
system. Dull children in our schools
up to the age of 13 and 14 very often
develop into the most brilliant stu
dents after that tlmo. Nature has 'fy
been developing the body during
thoso years of apparently Intellectual
THE REAL REASONS WHY THE
"AMERICAN" PARTY WA8
STARTED AND IS CAR
1. Tom Kearns wanted to be re- "V
elected Senator against the wishes of
the people. President Smith of the i
Mormon church refused to help him,
turned a deaf ear to Tom's pleading "
and Tom's threats had no effect what
ever on Mr. Smith except to make him
more determined not to help Tom and
not to get Into politics.
2. President Joseph P. 8mlth of
the Mormon chuch prevented ex-Senator
Cannon from "skinning", the
church out of $250,000 on the church's
Issue of bonds.
3. Ex-Senators Kearns and Cannon
want revenge. That's all.
H. N. STANDISH.
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