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E: 10 TRUTH
' SIGNS OF THE TIMES.
!l It's mean, small anil ungenerous to
gloat. That's why wo don't Co or say
' anything which could be construed a3
t gloating over the "American" parly.
It Is true that tho party has been ar-
; ' rogant, prosumpuous, overbearing and
worse towards thoso who have disap-
H proved of Its acts and disagreed with
Hi its alleged principles.
Hi It had its fall, but it cannot be
H, said that tho fall thereof was great,
H' because thero was nothing great about
H it. But wo said wo wouldn't gloat.
Hi Tho signs, bowovor, unmistakably
H' aro that tho so-called "American" par-
m ty has had its little day. It lias been
H a poor, short nnd inglorious day, but
M ovcry dog has his day. Before tho iv
HJ cent stato and county election it camo
HJ forward as an army with banners, lllto
M tho hosts of tho Assyrian. Tho morn-
M lhg after it lay withered and strewn.
HJ Tho remnant "pulled itself together"
M and mado a folnt of waging a fight
M in the school election. The schools
HJ have boon made a watchword by the
M falsely named "American" party. With
B tho schools for n "battle cry it expected
HJ to do valient deeds, but It didn't. The
HJ people realized that its professions
H ' were only shams and tho remnants of
HJ tho army wcro annihilated.
H t The signs aro that it will not be
H k able to muster n new army. Tho rank
Hj and file no longer have faith in the
H' leaders, no longer hnvo confidence,
H they realize its rottenness and hypoc-
H racy. Tho people can bo fooled for
HJ n little while, but not all the time.
Hi To tho moro deserving it was
Hf ovldent lrom its beginning that the
HJ falsely called "American" pirty was
H founded on the principles of hatred
H and rovengo; It was sustained and
H nourished on falsehood, deception,
HJ prejudice nnd dishonesty. It has been
HJ "found out" by the multitude and Its
H days nre fast approaching the night of
H eternal oblivion. Those are tho signs
H i of the times.
Ht Weapon at Fault.
H "You aro an isccberg!" exclaimed
H her elderly but well-preserved adorer,
H iiala with auger and mortification. "A
H ducn CupidB, and 100 arrows each,
H cciulil never find a vulnerable placo In
H your heart!"
H "Not if they used an old beau to
H shoot with," coldly replied tho young
H Mid beautiful Mls3 Flyppe. Stray
The Japanese Soldier.
The Japa'so soldier Is moro like
tho soldier 01 Julius Cao.-ar than tho
world has sen slnco Hoi.io fell. The
authorities In Japan aro not troubled
by dissatisfied members of the army
writing homo Imaginary grlevanres
The Japanc-iO soldier is nllowod to
send nothing homo In tho way of mall
but a card, containing ho Information
save that ho Is well. Ho Is not al
lowed to tell whero ho Is. Ho sub
merges his personality below his char
actor as a fighting citizen, lie is a
unit in a great whole. Ho has no feel
ings for self, llo Is a soldier of Japan.
And yet he lb humano and not cruel.
This was iut said of tho Roman sol
dier. Tho llttlo brown man Is the
marvel of tho twentieth century.
The Main Question.
"1 will follow," he said, 'where.-er
rou may lead."
"That's very nlco as far as it goes,"
die replied, "but can you get credit
lor whatever I may want to buy?"
Not an Enthusiast.
"Ho seems to bo very proud of that
machine of his. "He certainly Is an en
"Oh, not nt all. You couldn't call
him nn enthusiast. Why, I've known
lilm to let his .buslne."? Interfere with
Old Salt Still Lively.
Peter Green, a Norwegian sailor,
now an inmato of tho CardlfT (Wales)
sailors' homo, is 92 years of age, has
served 80 years beforo tho mast anil
claims to bo nblo to dnnco a hornplpo
or climb to tho maintop with any one.
Pen Travels Far.
A fast penmnn will wrllo nt tho
rato of 30 words a minute, which
means that In an hour's steady writ
ing ho has drawn his pea a space of
Complain of Brutal Husbands.
Twenty-seven women complained on
one day to tho pollco magistrate of
Tottenham, London, of having been
beaten or kicked by their husbands.
I ESTABLISHED IS64- j
I ONE PRICE TO ALL NEVER UNDERSOLD
H HOLIDAY RIBBONS
H Buying your holiday ribbons here during this week's
M sale is like getting gold dollars at a discount. These
M three special lots will certainly interest you.
I 1 Oca yard 15c a yard 25c a yard
M For plain or satin taf- For plain or satin taf- For all silk holly rib-
Hl feta ribbon in black, feta; also a great line of bons.fancy plaid figur-
H ilMavSctyofrtJlM fancy ribbonsin widths ed and polka dot rib-
M in fancy ribbons up to and qualities tiiat sell lions, also a full line of
H 2 1 inches wide, not a regularly at from 25c colors in plain and j
J piece in the lot wortli to ,oc a varj aii stanie Hin taffeta ribbons
essthani5cayardaml lf "J nTj: ? up to 4 inches wiilc, I
many of them up to a,ul fanc colors m" ribbons that sell rcgu
H I 25c a yard. eluded. larly up to 50c a yard.
I The only form of food made I
W from wheat that is all nutri- B
m ment is the soda cracker, and W
I yet the only soda cracker of I
Ml which this is really true is II
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Jfl The only soda cracker scientifically
The only soda cracker effectually M 7
I protected. I I
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m crisp and clean. m
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M JZ& In & dust tight, W
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. I NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY I
I Condi tions in the local coal market I
emphasize the need of a long- lasting coal like jg
Castle Gate and Clear Creek 1
Burn either of these kinds and you won't have u
to fill your coal bin so often. tj
THE UTAH FUEL CO., I
Dooly Block, City I
Christmas cheer comes but onco a
year. Wo have some of tho necessary
accessories to good cheer. You aro
Invited t oprovo tho truth of tho as
IUEGEH & LINDLEY,
"Tho Whiskey Merchants.
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Young Brothers Co.,
Pianos, Organs, Sewing Machines
23 West Fit .; South St., Salt Lake City, Utah.