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JOTS BY THE WAY.
Mayor-elect Thompson, It ap
pears, Is to make his appointments
according to the wishes and direc
tions of the American city committee.
We hnve a suspicion that that an
nouncement Is made without Mr.
Thompson having been consulted.
George W. Moyer and A. T. San
ford late acquisitions to the Ameri
can party speaking for themselves
say they, as far as in them lies,
will Insist that the American party
keep its pledges to the people to give
the city a good square and upright
government. If the party doesn't do
It they will bo willing to admit that it
is a party without principle and un-
1 worthy of confidence. Wo shall see.
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' The Socialist vote this year was so
small It was hardly worth noticing.
Only 200 or 300 in the city. The
"Americans" claim the Socialists vot
ed for them.
Judge Willis Drown, of the Juvenile
court, has been criticized by some
members of the board of education
because he sometimes humiliates the
parents of Juvenile offenders by hail
ing them into court to explain why
they do not take better caro and ex
orcise better control over their chil
dren who have shown themselves to
bo wayward and whom Mr. Brown is
trying to reform. Truth thinks Judge
Drown is to bo commendea rather
than found fault with. The parents
a in most cases aro to blamo for tho
' waywardness of tho children. If
Judge Brown could and would send
some of tho parents to tho reform
school it would bo a good thing, that
Is thoso who will not cooperate with
Mr. Drown in his offorts, successful
and well directed efforts to benefit
tho children and help them to become
useful men and women.
There was more treachery among
Republican workers In tho late cam
paign than over seen In tho ranks of
any party before. Men wearing the
Republican badge, frequenting Repub
lican headquarters and drawing pay
from tho Republicans wore secretly
working for tho Democrats. Others
who wore not paid workers, but gave
their services (?) voluntarily haunted
Republican headquarters under tho
gulso of friends, wont out and worked
for Morris and oven bet their money
Tho "Americans" are already plan
ning to capture Salt Lake county next
Rudolph Kuchler, tho defeated Re
publican candldato for mayor of Og
den, has a legitimate grlovance. Ho
was stabbed In tho house of his
friends. In fact, the cards were
stacked against him before ho was
S. P. Armstrong and J. E. Darmer
have earned substantial recognition
from the "Americans." Thoy both
did herculean work in tho campaign.
Although the "American" party
won the election, the hierarchy still
lives. What aro tho "Americans" go
ing to do about It when they take pos
session of tho city offices? What can
they do about It?
LITERALLY At5 SHE WAS TOLD.
Cook Lady Only Obeyed Orders of the
"Speaking of tho vital question of
the hour, the servant," said Mrs.
Young Matron, "I engaged a cook lady
last week who camo well recommend
ed. After she had been with mo sev
eral days I said to her, 'I will stir up
a fruit cake, hut I want you to attend
to Uio baking of it. Bake the cake,'
said I Impressively, 'one hour by tho
clock! pointing to one of those cheap
affairs, made of metal of some kind,
that hung on the kitchen wall.
'"Sure, mum,' Nora replied.
"I went upstairs, took my sewing
and soon the hum of tho sewing ma
chine broke the stillness. After a
whllo my nostrils wero assailed by a
most peculiar odor. I sniffed tho at
mosphere, trying to determine what
tho smell might be, for sometimes
trash was thrown Into the furnace
along with the coal. It smelled neith
er like burning rags, paper nor rub
ber. I threw down my sewing and
hastened to the kitchen.
'"What Is binning, Nora?' I ex
claimed. " 'Faith, mum, It must be the clock,'
'"The clockl What do you mean?'
"Nora opened the ovan door, disclos
ing the cake and what was left of the
clock 'side by each.' I grabbed the
coal scuttle and hurriedly raked Into
it tho smelly mass.
" 'What on eprth, Nora,' I demanded
'made you put the clock in the ovon!
Are you crazy'
"'Crazy, Is it? sho made answer
in tones that a tragedy queen might
have envied, 'and I Just a-followln'
your orders. Didn't you tell mo your
self, Nora, bake the cako one hour
by the clock?' " Lipplncott's Magazine.
Destructive to Plant Lice.
Fifty-eight persons competed to gtt
tho prize offered at Frankfort, Ger
many, for the best method of destroy
ing nlan lice. Tho winner's prepara
tion Is as f"""ws: Quassia wood, two
and one-ho'" pounds, to 'e soaked ovei
nlgh.t in ten quarts of water and well
boiled, then strained through a cloth
and placed, with one hundred quarts
of water, In a petroleum barrel, with
five pounds of soft soap.
Try Snepaid & Co., on collections.
Salt Lake City, Utah Established 1859
A General Banking Business Transacted
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent
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Do you know how many cases of . Dl
'typhoid fever tlier'o' aro In tho city? M
Do you know how many cases Qf iM
Idan-h'a Natural Mineral Water 9:1
there nro In our collars? Well, thoro 1 1
aro enough to prevent tho rest of you jtfl
from getting tho l'over if you will use 7 1
tho water consistently. It Is' pure. Jjl
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say they were made according to exact specifica- )
tions and complying with the particular require- m
ments of men. That's the way nature made
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