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SCHOOL ELECTION RESULTS.
The school election resulted as usiuil
In tlie way that Truth predicted It
would, fcvery candidato on Truth's
side was elected. They were the men
who represented the right principles.
There were good men on the opposl
lion ticket but they were in bad com
. pany and, like old dog Tray, were
made to suffer the consequences. The
schools for years have been conducted
on the most approved plan, for the
benefit of all the people. Religious
ianaticism, politics and gralt have
iound no lodging place with the hoai-u
of education. The object of tht
"American" party was to introduce m
to the school management fanaticism,
politics and graft. The plan has been
decisively killed. It is a very goon
thing lor all concerned that the elec
tion resulted as it did.
It is particularly gratifying thai
Prof. Cummlngs came out victoriously
in the First precinct. There the ilgh
was the hottest, the opposition con
centrating its strength against him
but it was ot no avail.
The members elected are three Gen
tiles and two Mormons, three are re
publicans and two are democrats, bu.
neither their religion or their politic,
will bo considered In their acts 01.
the board. The high plain on whicl
school affairs have been conducte
for years will bo maintained.
The new members with tht num
her of votes cast for them and als(
for their opponents- are as follows:
First "Ward Byron Cummlngs
1,924; A. S. Payne, 1,740; Cumminc't
Second Ward M. J. Cheesman
1,500; Theron Geddes, 1,174; Chess
man's majority, 32G.
Third Ward W. J. Newman, 1,143
S. M. Barlow, 437; Newman's major
Fourth Ward J. T. Hammond
l',341; W. H. Tibbals, 8(18; Hammona
Fifth Ward Judge H. P. Hender
sen, '160. The only candidate.
The junior amerlkcarns organ sayr
that those Gentiles who are not lr
that party, are not representative
Gentiles. If such men as Judge Zane
Judge Dickson, Judge Miner, Judg
, McKay, Judge Powers and a host o'
others are not representative Gentiles
wo would llko to know who the rep
resentative Gntilcs are.
It looks as if the Rev. Haywortb
of the East Side Baptist church was
seeking cheap notoriety when he
clothed himself in the garments of r
minor and so disguised, visited a lot
. of saloons last Sunday to find on'
whether or not, the saloon men were
observing the Sunday closing ordin
ance. His plan, however, was no!
original . Ministers havo done slmlla'
things before. Mr. Hayworth shoulc
fc invent something original when he
wants to make a sensation.
The Tribune phantom hierarch
doesn't frighten the pooplo any more
They havo discovered that It is only
Hon. Harry S. Joseph and County
Clerk Eldredge, returned from uold
field a few days ago, after having
obtained a lease and bond on some
very promising mining ground adjoin
ing mo Mohawic mine. They aro very
confident of the merits of the proper
ty. Mr. Joesph's friends aro still busy
working for him for speaker of the
a house of representatives.
.Gold the Touchstone.
Men havo a touchstone whereby to
ry gold, but gold Is tho touchstone
vhereby to try men. Fuller.
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And He Was Pardoned.
Guest (who has spilled some muico
on his fair neighbor at table) If I
had soiled your gown, madam, it
would have been most unfortunate,
but as It Is only your arm, It doesn't
matter. "Maible, you know, retains no
Death In Oak Chsst.
Traditions toll dooms caused by tl e
heavy lids of oaken chests. In eany
German romances we read of a lit f lo
boy whose cruel stepmother called
him to the side of her hune chest nd
bade him stoop and help himself to the
apples that were within it. Eager and
unsuspecting, the little lad leaned to
ward the golden fruit, when the wotn
in let tho lid fall upon his neck, slid
ho fair boyish head rolled among tho
An Anatomical Freak.
"Aro you ready?" asked tho husband
Impatiently upon tho eve of starting
out. "All but tho baby," called back
his wife. "Ho says ho hasn't put his
shoe oi his hind foot yet.
Waiting for Rabbit -Eggs.
A benevolent old gentleman was vis
iting and the son of his host tooT c
share In tho ontotalnlng by shoeing
off some pigeons. The benevolent
gentleman was pleased that the little
fellow was so fond of pets, and prom
ised to send hlni some rabbits. He
kept his promise and soon after re
celved a letter of thanks from tho boy.
It said: "Dear Mr. D : I have got
tho rabites, and I am much obliged
for the rabltcs. I will let you no wen
they lay. Your loving frlond S. H "
Our store is fairly teeming with good useful articles that
would make admirable Christmas presents. Why waste
your money on novelties of no instrinsic value when ior com
paratively little money you can get something- that will fill
the bill exactly and it is not gone in a day ?
Grandmother or Grandfather would be delighted with one of our magnifi
cent Leather Rockers.
Father would rest supinely in one of our beautiful Leather or Velour up
holstered Morris Chairs.
Here is a dandy Shaving Case with adjustable mirrors that your best beau
or brother would like.
We have a tremendous line of Rockers of all sorts, from the dainty bed-room
rockers up to the massive weathered oak.
BOOK CASES DRESSING TABLES DAVENPORTs
Sie o ic mammoth display of TOYS and you can-certainly
select something suitable for the boy or girl.
Doll Buggies and Go-Carts, Sleighs, Child's Rockers, Hobby
Horses and Shoo Flys, Blackboards, Iron Wagons and
CO-OP FURNITURE CO.
31-33-35-37 So. Main St.
Sixib Concert of the Salt CaKe Symphony
Orchestra attbe lProoram
Salt CaKe Cbeaire i 2rt "wyanihe . weir
i l'nntnsle Clinrncterlstlmie, (I'or
nffClttlbtr' h 1006 Violoncello) - - - Servnls
mremogr w, iwp s Sulte No ,, ..SceIles llttore,que
", i Mnrclie
,,. .n. 3 Angellts
SOLOIST 4 I'ete Uoliemc - - Mnssenet
MR. ANTON HEKKING Intermission, Hive Minutes
rct i ict 4 M Nocturne - - Clioplu
CtLLiai (b) Abendlied ... fc'crmiiinnii
(c) Pnplllon, I'or Violoncello - Topper
5 (n) r-eclieur Knpolltlnn et Napolltaine
Soloiit - - Mr. Anion Hekkinsr (b) Toreniloret Andnlouse,. Kublnstein
Director - - Mr. Arthur Shepherd 6 Marclie, "Slave" - Tsclinlkowoky
Concert Muter - Mr. E. George Skelton
Manager . Mr. J. D. Spencer Knabe Tlnuo used
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Christmas Sale f !
Everything in the j H
House Reduced j H
Regular Prices il
from 50c to $42.50
I Furniture Co.
1 33 3 5-3 7 West 3rd So. '
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DR. BROADBENT'S HI
Dental Ofllcc moved from Eagle block I jH
500-501 Scott Building. 1GS Main, 1 M
Ovpr Klnc's Hnrrtwnrp Store I H
A USEFUL XM AS GIFT
IS A I
We have them t I
for Men, Women I
and Children I
All colored grounds with neat de- I
s'gns in white, deep borders to H
match, wide turnover collar, some fl
satin ribbon bound, large sleeve H
cord and 'tassel at neck and around I
the waist, for Indies, gentlemrn or
I children, all made ex'ra full, large
I and long and are positively the best
bargains that will be offered this sea-
I son in this line. Sizes to fit the I
I smallest or largest.
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