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Ho who would search for pearls must
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SOCIALISM NEITHER SCHEME
NOR DREAM
Economic Developent Decides
Moreover the construction of a plan
upon which the future social order
shall bo built has become In our
days not only purposeless but whol
ly Irreconcilable with the modern
standpoint of science lu the course
of the last century not only did a
great revolution take place in the
economic world hut likewise In the
heads of ruen The comprehension of
tbe causes of the social development
Las become unite general Already In
tho forties Marx and Engols showed
and from that limo on every step
In social science has proved Itthat
In the last analysis the history of
man kind Is determined not by the
Ideas of man but by the economic
development which progresses Irro
slstabiy obedient to certain under
lying laws and not according to the
wishes or the whims of the people
This economic development Is In
steady motion it brings about new
forms of socloty It starts new wants
among men which compel thorn to re
flect over their social conditions and
to devise means whereby Ito adjust I
coclety to the now system under
which production is carried on Be
cause lie it always rememberer t <
process of adjustment does not go
on of itself it needs the aid 01 L
human brain Without thought with
out Ideas thero Is no progress But
tbeso ideas which thought generates
are only tho assistants of social de
velopment tho first Impulse does not
proceed from them as was formcrlj
I believed and as many still think the
first Impulse comes from the econ
omic conditions
Accordingly It is not the thinkers
and philosophers who determine the
trend of social progress that Is de
termined by tho economic develop
menu What the thinkers can do la
to discover to recognize the trend
and they can do that all the better
the clearer their understanding Is of
tho conditions that proceded but they
can never themselves predetermine
the course of the social evolution at
their own will
But even the Discovery and recog
nition of tho trend of social progress
has Its limits The domain of social
life Is most complicated even the
clearest intellect finds It impossible
to probe it from all sides and to
measure all the forces therein at work
with sufficient accuracy to enable
him to fortell accurately what social
forms will result from the point ac
tion of all these forces
A new social form docs not come
into existence through the conception
of a plan by certain specially gifted
heads who convince people by degrees
of Its utility and who wheh they
Lave acquired the requisite power
undertake their ease the construc
ton of the social edifice according
10 this plan Weekly People
Continued next week
The slave holder of old had the
power to lock his slave up and keep
him on short rations or on no rations
at all to the point of starvation if ho
chose The British Cotton Employers
Federation has just voted a provision
lockout to begin October 1st by
which 300000 mill hands and all de
pendent upon them will ho deprived
of work and food and If the struggle
be long continued the famine condi
tions witnessed in Sweden during the
great strike will fatedly be reproduc
ed Is the wages system slavery or
not
Adding its little note of confusion I
to the blurring of class Hues attempt
ed by Miss Anna Morgan when she
dabbled in tho shirt waist strike tho
A F of L Shoe Workers Journal
defends her by declaring Organized
labor does not war 011 women We
may now expect to see Rockefeller
Carnegie et al donning pottlcoiis and
aprons in the interests of harmony
But seriously by what feat of biology I
docs parasitism become less parasllc
aud more Immune rrom attack
through being practiced by a woman
A big candy manufacturer and a
bigger carpet manufacturer are ac
cused of smuggling Strange isnt It
how little knowledge these tariff pro
tected manufacturers have of just how
widespread the tariff really it Both
must have thought that it was for
their special benefit only and was not
Intended to Include the other manu
facturers It wan General Hancock
who said that tho tariff was a local
Issue Those alleged smugglers ovl
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I dcntly consider it a pnrcly Individual
matter
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Tho socalled evolutionists who
believe in expropriating the capital
I ists out of ono thing at a time would
do well to ponder the annual report
of the Philadelphia Rapid rranslt
company wherein the admission Is
made that in the attempt to crush
the earmens union In the big strike I
the company suffered a voluntary loss
Of 1329000 Whrfi the attendant
loss of life is also considered the
old adage Is again proven lruethlf
tiger will fight as savagely for the
lip of his whiskers as he will for his
whole head Pieccmealism gains noth
ing not oven its piece Weekly Peo
ple
Tho two nrms of the labor move
ment necessary for the emancipation
of labor from wage slavery
Tho Political arm of labor is abso
lutely necessary Through the party
press It can spread the gospel of free
dom to the workers and the ballot
Is the weapon which civilization has
placed In tho hands of the workers
But he who talks Socialism to the
workers and docs not mention the
economic arms of labor Is a disrupt
I or and political grafter
The Socialist party of America
claims Socialism as Its goal and it
Intends to reach that goal by dabbling
In politics alone
Those who beard Mrs Anna Malays
lecture of a week or so ago will note
that Rite said Vote tho Socialist par
ty ticket and you will get Socialism
She did not once mention the econ
omic arm of labor
Those who talk politics and dont
mention tho economic arm of labor
are only visionaries and aro leading
the workers astray
Government means class rulo and
oppression Government Is the In
strument of the Capitalist class to
keep tho workers in subjection
The workers aim in capturing the
reins of government is to abolish gov
ernment Then there shall he no
classes In society hcnco there Is no
need of government
Then the workers through the
economic arm of labor that Is tho In
dustrial Union will set up a Parlia
ment of Industry
And In this Parliament of Indus
try every Industry In the world shall
be represented The representatives
are to bo elected by the rank and
file of those who work in the Indus
tries
The aim then of the Militant So
cialist Is to abolish the wage sys
tem and set up tho Industrial or So
cialist Republic
Sickness and Disease
Caused by Eating Un
clean Meats
PROTECTIVE MEASURES
AVAILABLE
In Iho Morning Examiner of June
26th the following description is glv
on of one of tho local slaughter
houses by An Old Subscriber
Here is a place where the meats
wo cat are prepared The blood from
tho animals slaughtered runs through
the cracks of tho floor The entrails
arc thrown right outside the door
In under the floor and outside the
door In all of this corrupted mat
ter the maggots thrive by the mil
lions The meats that are put on
the blocks tho next day In Ogden
hang In the center of these disease
breeding surroundings the air so foul
that It conpcls neighbors for miles
around to complain
To complete the scene wo have
swarms of flies alighting on this cor
ruption and carrying this Hh onto
the meats and yet we wonder where
all our sickness and disease como
from when such meats actually aro
sold at some of what we call our best
meat markets In the city
Compare above with tho following
extracts from TJ S Regulation No
10 Governing U S Inspected pack
l Ing plants
Section Official establishments
shall he suitably lighted and ventilat
ed and maintained in a sanitary con
dition and shall be provided vvUh
efficient drainage having properly
trapped or other approved sewer con
nections
Section 4 Ceilings walls pillars
partitions etc shall be kept in a
sanitary condition and when neces
sary they shall be washed scraped
painted or otherwise treated as re
quired
Section ii All tracks trays and oth
er receptacles all chutes platforms
LADIES
Would like to win a beautiful Clark Jewel Cabinatc Gas
Range 7 Then go and hear Miss Harriet Ellis in her lectures
and demonstrations in Domestic Science every afternoon at
330 in the store second door south of thc entrance to the
Orphoiun
Miss Ellis is a graduato of the Carncgio Technical School
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of Pittbburg
These lectures Ire free and everybody attending will he
given a ticket for a chance to win the range she is using in
the demonstrations She will show you what nice things can
be made with Fleisch 1ycust v r
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This range is given away by the
UTAH LIGHT RY n CO
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racks tables etc and all knives1
saws cleavers and other lools and
all utensils machinery and vehicles
used in moving handling cutting
chopping mixing canning or other
processes hall bo thoroughly cleaned
before using
Section 7 Persons affected with
tuberculosis or any other communi
cable disease shall not be employed I
In any of the departments of eslnb
Ishmcnts
Section 9 The rooms or compart
ments in which meal or neat food
products are propared cured stored
packed shall be kept free from flies
and other vermin by screening or
other methods
Section 10 All jards fences pens
chutes alleys etc belonging to tho
premises ol such establish men la
whether they all used or not shall
be maintained in a sanitary condl
Ion
Section 11 Butchers who dross or
handle diseased carcasses or parts
shall cleanse their hands of all grease
and then Immerse them In n prescribed
disinfectant and rinse them In clear
water before dressing or handling
healthy carcasses
There is only one government In
spected plant in operation In Utah
This Is tho plant of the Ogden Pack
ing Provision Co with Ogden mud
Salt Lake City as Its main distribut
Ing points Here the sovornment
has stationed one Veterinary sur
geon and two meat inspectors to see
that all the above regulations are
complied with besides a host of
others
You guard in many ways against
disease but If you use unlnspecled
meats you allow disease to enter
tour home
To use Inspected meats will reduce
your doctor bills eliminate sickness
and suffering and prolong the lives
of yourself and family
Government Inspected meals aro
handled exclusively at tho neat mar
cots listed below Is your market
listed
Sawyer Bros Chicago Market Bal
lard Bclnap California Market
Biel Son Ogden Meat Co Mould
ng Meat Grocery Co Wright Meat
t Grocery Co and Seager Meat
Grocery Co
TRADE RVlfWS
Of THE WHK
NEW YORK Oct 1 Bradstrcofs
tomorrow will say
Trade is irregular and still lacks
nap but the better undertone noted
last week has become more widely
disseminated Causes for the improved
ed feelings have been time olllclal con °
irmation by the government crop re
porting service of tho trade estimates
of the bumper yields of corn and oats
and larger than expected yields of
wheal the liberal marketing of crops
more especially cereals live stock and
cotton the advent of cooler settled
weather in some sections and the rath
er bettor tone of tho securities mar
ket
Improvement as a whole is not
marked and the conservative estimate
earlier noted Is still manifest in small
and frequent rather than large buy
big
In some lines as for instance cot
ton goods the proof that stocks of
goods are relatively light has become
more evident and with higher prices
for the raw material have como hard
ened quotations for the goods them
selves
Wool is firmer than of late and
here has been liberal buying at the
Interior by large manufacturers but
advice of mild weather affccilug past
and present final distribution aro nu
merous and tinge reports from mar
kets where at this date heavy wear
Ing apparel is unusually in good dc
marl
Business failures In time United
States for the week ending OcL 13
were 233 against 102 last week and
220 In tho like week of 1009
Business failures In Canada for the
week number 34 which compares with
28 last week and 39 in tho correspon
ding week of 1009
DUNS REVIEW
NEW YORK Oct HH G Dun
COt Weekly Review of Trade tomor
row will say
The better feeling noted last week
ic confirmed by this weeks reports
and although important elections aro
lending the railroad rate controversy
I p still unsettled and trade recession
to a point considerably below normal
continues yet there are signs of
largely Increased cheerfulness and
some Increased activity
Cotton goods in bleached brown
and colored have been advanced as a
consequence of larger demand and
greater cost due to the rise In cot
ton Leading linos of moos wear arc
moderately advanced
Yarns arc In more active Inquiry
Jobbers are doing a fair trade and
are recording in the primary market
orders for Immediate and spring de
livery Footwear conditions continue
unsatisfactory Trade is fairly good In
some kinds of leather such as belt
ing harness sole but upper stock
continues slow
ACTIVITY ON
WAll STREET
NEW YORK Oct M Increased
activity In the stock market dealings
today showed Its effect on the money
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market but in no such degree as to I
restrain the activity Loans on call
money made today carry over until
Monday and the exemption from any
severe strain built up confidence In
lie sources Special requirements on
the stock market activity to be mot
In the payment of Inrge sums tornor
raw for dllIlemJs and interest mado
tranquillity of the money market the
more noticeable nnd Increased the be
lief that resources will bo returned
to the money market next week
The higher call loan rate this wook
is believed to have proved attractive
to trust companies and other Instltu
lions outside the clearing house anti
KO to release the demands on the
banks for credits In connection with
stock market activity
The selling in the afternoon reac
tion obviously was Induced by the
attractive profits accrued and there
was no flurry
The dealings In the United Stales
Steel was on nn enormous scale and
recalled the days of great market
mot nlnenta of the past Tho growing
congestion of dealings in this one I
stock generated suspicion of the gen
era movement on the score that a
desire to distribute a great accumu
lation of this tock in the hands of
powcrlul private hankers lay at the I
hack of the present movement
The Immediate news from the steel
trade showed no explanation for the
apparent heavy accumulation of this
stock There was heard the conten
tion however that events of the last
few days have shaped themselves in
favor of demand of the railroads for
advance in freight rules It la as
sumed that the assurance of increased
revenues to the rallionds will release
large orders for material from that
source which have been held In ahoy
ante
anccBonds firm Sales par value 3
811000
HW SIGNS Of
LIFE ON CHANGE
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SALT LAKE Oct 11 Trading was
at a low ebb on the local exchange
this morning In fact there were but
few signs of life Only tho slimmest
of securities with but one or two ex
ceptions wore traded In
Beck Tunnel sold as high as Sc
Bingham Amalgamated at 5VJc and
similar prices for 14 out of tho 15
securities traded In The only stock
thai more than 1 was paid for was
Nevada Hills which was disposed of
at 230
Iron Blossom was slightly higher
selling ad 7Gc today
The total number of shares of
stock that changed hands on the sick
market this morning was 23983 for
which the brokers paid out 293711
the smallest amount in years
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ing freshens up the fabric brightens
the colors and raises the nap like
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