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I Itsuod Weekly by
Ft I i Truth Publishing Company.
. 1 II Western Newspapor Union HulMIng, 211
ifc I South Yost Temple Street,
1 " Salt Lako City
John W. Hughes, EdltorandMannger
! Entered Juno 19, ISai, at Salt Lakd City, Utah
1 us socond-class matter under act of Coneress
of Mareh 3, 1879'
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( L.WUNU CUM PAN Y Salt LaUo City, Uiuh.
J Tho Republicans are very greatly
. encouraged by tho results of their
j . canvass which Is just about complet
ed. It shows that there about as
I I many Republicans In the city as Dem-
I II ocrats and "Americans" combined.
At this time all tho Indications are
I that tho Republicans will be easy win-
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lj-J This Is tho fifth political campaign
1! In which Truth has been engaged.
li , Tho previous four It won. It will win
'! this ono also.
W Mr. Morris cannot possibly bo elect-
yflj ed mayor. A voto for Morris simply
fl means a voto for tho Kcarns "Ameri-
Wi can" gang.
I Tho Tribune reiterates Its fool story
i about Senator Smoot being at outs
j I with his church quorum and that tho
I sonator had been sovorely reprimand-
JC- ji ed by his coreligionists. Tho Tribune.
MfeB also feels agrloved that nobody
fB&BK' thought worth whllo to deny its lio.
HT- Any half dozen newspapers that
i Hr would undertake to deny all tho will-
jljB ful and malicious falsehooods the
J Tribune publishes would have no time
w I to do anything else. Many .of them,
I I howovor, are so palpably false that
I they carry their own refutation with
I them, making denials not only unnec-
i ' essary, but absolutely superfluous.
"Tho American party," says tho
I Tribune, "offers a loyal heart and
j hand to every lover of his country.''
Tho Idea of tho "American" party bo-
. ing loyal to anybody or anything but
, hatred and vengeance Is too absurd.
J Isn,t lt a bt "fful Picture to con-
L template. Frank J. Cannon, a char
acterless libertine, hobnobbing with
the clergy of tho Puritanic Now Eng
Three of tho flvo nominees on the
Republican ticket for city ofllcers are
Gentiles; six of tho ten nominees on
tho Republican ticket for the
city council aro Gentiles. The
organ of tho Kcarns knockers
does not. however, hesitate to say that
tho ticket Is dominated by tho "Mor
mon hierarchy." Falsehood Is the
knockers' strong card.
FRANK J. HEWLETT.
Republican Candidate for the City
Frank J. Hewlett, who has been
nominated for tho important ofllce of
city councilman for tho long term by
tho Republicans of tho First munici
pal ward, has lived in the First pre
cinct for over thirty years. He is one
of our leading and most conservative
business men, a heavy taxpayer, and
ono whoso interests aro all centered
in Salt Lake and her future prosperity
Ho controls his own time and is
able to devote air the time that is
necessary, which Is considerable, to
FRANK J. HEWLETT.
tho affairs of our largo and growing
city. During the terms that ho has
served as a member of tho city coun
cil, ho has seldom missed any of Its
sessions, or any committee meetings.
Mr. Hewlett is thoroughly familiar
with tho water question in all Its de
tails, being tho chairman of the spe
cial water committee that has charge
of bringing the Cottonwood waters
Into tho mains, and which will posi
tively bo delivered by next August un
less some now obstructions aro thrown
in tho way. On this matter his ex
perience and advice will bo much
Ho Introduced and secured tho pas
sago of tho ordinance which compels,
tho street car company to put fenders
on all of Its cars, and these fenders
havo already saved at least eight lives.
Ho has Introduced a measure which
Is now before tho council, and which
will undoubtedly bo passed, appoint
ing an Inspector whoso duty It will bo
to Inspect all gas and electric light
motors, 'vlth power to condemn all de
fective ones. Every citizen who
thinks that his or her bill for gas or
light Is too high, will havo tho right
to send for this Inspector, without any
cost whatever, and have tho bill ex
amined and tho meter inspected and
tho citizens will at least havo tho sat
isfaction of knowing whether tho gas
or light has been carelessly wasted, or
whether tho fault is with tho meter.
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For the last fifteen years all of the
taxpayers of the First municipal ward
have been paying Interest on bonds
that' were sold for the purpose of ob
taining a complete sewerage system,
but which has never been completed,
and from which only the members of
the upper wards have ever received
any benefit. Mr. Hewlett has intro
duced and secured the passage of an
ordinance providing for the extension
of the gravity sewer. This sewer,
which will be constructed next sum
mer according to plans already pre-
J. W. CURRIE.
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