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Hx The Inst indprscment with the
HJ people that President Roosevelt
HJ could have is tlic conihinntiou of
H trusts-, with that pious old Scoundrel
HJ John D. Rockefeller at its licad that
Hi has been formed to discredit the
HJ And now we arc told that the
HJ coal companies or at least sonic of
HJ them that arc being prosecuted by
HJ the government for stealing coal
Hi land arc ready to return the land
Hi if the government will cease prose-
H. ciitiug them. Wc doubt this very
Hj much. The .land grabbers won't yield
H' quite so easily. They will have to
Hi be cornered a little more closely be-
HJ fore they throw up their hands.
Hj The commission in lunacy has de-
HJ cided that Harry K. Thaw is sane.
Hj He may be sane, but he never did
Hj. liavs much sense.
J- The new State land board has chos
en W. J. Lynch chairman and the se
lection is a good one. T. C. Call'ster
HJ was elected secretary in lieu of John
H De Gray Dixon who resigned to take
H a more lucrative position in a bank
H Mr. Callister is well acquainted with
HJ: the routine business of the board
Mt and he is considered very capable
HJ to fill the position of secretary, Mont
HJ Fisher, formerly county auditor
HJ takes ;. position as clerk in the office.
HJ Mont is an expert accountant and
HJ thoroughly well qualified for the
I Before Truth goes to press the
Juvenile court commission may have
appointed a judge for the court.
When they do get round to it wc
HJ hope they will consider the claims
HJ of Harry Harper. He is exception-
HJji ally well qualified for the office. He
HJf is a young man, a lawyer, tactful,
HKj bears excellent character, always re-
Hfpj liable and conscicncious.
HJl The democrats of Utah arc plan-
HT ning to celebrate Jefferson's birth-
HJjj day with a banquet at the Commer-
HJ cial club, and a committee on ar-
HJ' raugements has been apointcd to pro-
M r vide for a feast to be held Saturday
Hf levelling, April 13th'. The dinner is
HJ? to be at $i a plate, and will be in
HJ charge of the following: Mrs. H. J.
HJ Hayward, Mrs. E. J. D. Roundy,
HJ" Mrs. S. A. Kenncr, Fisher Harris, J.
HJ R. Letcher, L. R. Martincau and M.
HJ F. Cunningham.
Hj THAT WHICH MAKES US
HJ " The indolent acceptance of things
HJ as they arc by the intelligent classes
HJ in' this country has made us the scorn
HJ of the world. Democracy has come
HJ lo mean with us the liberty to rob
HJ and throttle each other." So said
HJ Ida M. Tarbell in 'i lecture befora
HJ t lie Woman's Municipal League of
m New York.
Miss Tarbell's lecture was upon
"intellectual Integrity." She furth
" The only thing which makes one
free," is found in one's self; it cannot
be found in another man's books
Most men learn more from books
than from what they think them
selves. You can send a man through
college, give him all the advantages
of an education, but what may it
amount to? You cannot make any
man an athlete by juitting him
through the paces.
" It is not only by our lazily letting
things go, but self-interest, which
works against our intellectual integ
rity. Should a man sacrifice that for
worldly chance? There is a man 111
the senate now who was asked to as
sist in cleaning tip a notoriously bad
rity, but he refused. He said:
" ' I know tlte rascals rob 111c per
sonally of large stuns each year, but
I believe it is to my advantage to let
it go and keep on in my business and
make up for the loss in that way.
Cleaning up a city is work that takes
a long time, and is expensive. Tt will
ALL "N E X T WE E K
Accompanying Louise Mink
QUIGG, MACKEY, NICKER
SON Comedy and Harmony
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An Entertaining Bird Novelty
Every evening (except Sunday)
75, So, 25 cents. Box scats, $1.
Matinees Daily Except Sunday
and Monday 50c, 25c. and 10 cents.
Box scats, 75c.
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THIS and THAT
Where one man gets rich Where one man stays poor
through hazardous specula- through the slow methods of $i
tion, a hundred get poor. saving, a hundred get rich.
The wise man choscs the better j art and places his money in the
Utah Savings and Trust Company
No. 1 60 Main Street,. Salt Lake City
TUB HANK THAT PAYS FOUR PF.R CENT