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Tlll'IWDAV, Jl'Xi: 20, 11)111.
HH II Is assumed that tho onller who
HB avo Senator Hughes a plcco of
H -eoap expected him to "corun elean."
HK Carrlo Nation looks ns harmless
ffB as a dovo when compared to ono of
rB , thoso mllltnnt suffrngottes In Hng-
Hj II Is said that Dr. Lyman Abbott
fH was always poncofol enough until ho
HBB mot Itoosou'lt. Ho was tho rcpub-
i- "can parly.
K' I'rlco is to liavo tho grcatost cole-
fPH braUon of tho Fourth of July of
B any city In Eastern Utah with every-
Br ono far and near Invited.
H J Crops of all kinds In I'rlco Itlvor
B I Valley novor promised bolter with
K ' Uio greatest and very best market,
; production considered, of any sec-
t tlon of country anywhere
H M Thoso hot days haro started tho
H hoy to holding up two fingers,
V ! which whon properly translated,
j ' moans lot's go swimming. Thcro Is
K a Quito a difference between two fin-
t , Kors and thrco In n signal codu.
H Tho now tariff bill Is going to
J mako It posalblo for qulto a largo
B numbor of gcntlemon In futuro
H i roars to toll tholr children and
t ' srandchlldron that onco upon u tlmo
BWj. , Uioy served a slnglo torui In con-
HF1 ltcprosentntlvo Underwood's re-
Bp mark that n tariff bill never gives
KS goncrnl satisfaction doesn't harmon-
H A 'o, with tho assertion that tho pro-
KV jl ' IH)sd loglslatlou Is tho kind that
KV V tho people Mho voted for tho dom-
Bk;! ocratlc party wanted.
BBS1 Thoro Is great rejoicing In tho
manufacturing districts of England
j vr tho proposed chnngo in tho
H United Btntos tariff laws. Put It
W'l ' down as u cartalny that whatovor
B ' causes English manufacturers plon-
B "uro will do Amorlcans harm.
H 1 It Is believed tho absorption of
B, ( Oia Uastln Valley and tho Southern
BBBJ Utnh railroads by tho Donvor and
B ' Hlo (Irnnile, whlah ocourrod last Frl-
B'j dny w result In a hotter imsson-
B i Kor train sorvlco to tho camps south
BBB l t hero, as well as making I'rlco a
BBBBj terminal division point.
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BBBfl,! thitrmompters this past woolc until
B'J our vjri nro oro wa've listened to
BBBK woathor prophuts until our oars
BBB I, Ache, wo'vo scanned the heavens in
BBBB '. soaroh of a cloud till our neck Is
B'l ! noarly hroko nud wo nro now in this
BBBB I , pitiable oondltlou without a sign of
BBBB ' rain in
BBBB ' An Hastnrn mnll order export
BBVB T,' who "Is making ovor u thousand
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BBVB i method to others nt so much the
BVB lesson, which shows tlitt superiority
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BBBB I kinds. Tho newspaper mun ho
BBB nro earning u hundred dollars nn
BBBB ! hour hao never shown tho slight-
BBBB ost disposition to teach the other
BBBB fellow how to do It.
H , People gossip largely because. It
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B ' make. Comparatively few folks
H Vnow anything about tho contents
BBBBJi, of tho pending tariff bill, tho race
H. question or tho diplomatic tanglo Inj
BBJ1 tho Dalknns. After thoy talk about j
B, tll(1'" aches and pains und tho Cack-'
BBBBJ ward state of tho gardons they must'
BBBBjJ . olthor sit staring nt tho wall or olso I
BBBjBJ pitch into tholr neighbors.
BBBBA People who havo tho beginning of i
BBBBJ: , tho mlllonlum alatod for the pros-i
fl "t century nro likely to bo dlsap-
jBBj pointed. Every nation lu tho world
BBjBBj which 1b not getting ready to mako
BBJBSJ troublo for some other country is
BJBB preparing to prevent anotho'r coun-
BBBBWj! try from making troublo for It.
BBBBj JitiA, about ovory Individual who la
D Jot reaching out to got anothor in-
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ISBBBsBsWsj.-J ,MfL-rtirjaiaiiiiiSliiMa-W'- , .sr'-l
fltiRrs oft his own neck. To bo rent
frank about it, wo don't bcllovo this
earth Is ndaptcd to tho growth of
It Is tho fad theso days to Inquire
Into tho wnges of women who work.
Commissions nro doing It in several
states. Tho woman labor leaders
one and all, tell tho committed "I
would ndvlso n girl to work in n
faotory or shop for four or flo dol
lars a week and board horself rather
than tnko sorvlco as n domestic Hcr
vnnt nt seven dollars with her
board and keep." "Why!" asks tho
commission. "Ilocause," they an
swer, "tho womnn for whom sho
works Is so tyrannical sho never
gives hor any rest. Sho places up
on her a social stlgmn that blights
all of hor prospects. Sho can't cat
at tho samo tnblo with tho family
Sho must rocotvo her company In
tho kitchen. Sho is tlckotod nnd
Inbolod an Inforlor being." it Is tho
women who treat tho members of
tholr own box In this shameful man
ner who have boon nsklng tho legis
latures to do something for tho poor
girls who work In stores and fac
tories nnd shops.
Figures comparing tho revenue
expected to bo derived from thq Un
derwood tnrlff hill with that receiv
ed under tho existing law havo been
prepared by tho sonntu finance com
mittee. They Indicate nn estimated
loss of revenue owing to tho In
crease of tho free list amounting to
over 12-1,700,000 on nn Import valu
ation of over $102,600,000. Exclu
sive of tho Income tax, the revenue
undor tho ponding bill Is estimated
nt over $260,700,000, ns compared
with oor $301,200,000 undor exist
Ing rates. Tho addition of tho in
como tax, estimated at $80,000,000'
In round numbers, gives n total of
nearly $347,000,000. It Is expected I
thnt tho receipts from wool will fall
off from $27,000,000 to $13,000,-'
000, whlln tho ravonuo from sugar!
will donllno from about $00,000,000
nt tho rato of $20,000,000 n. year1
until It goes on tho free list Tho'
average nd valorem rato undor tho I
ponding bill Is put nt 32.90 por cent
ns compared with 43.04 per cent un
der tho existing law, Tho Inoluslon
In tho sundries schedule of many
I nrtlolos not heretofore tnx,od nnd tho
Increase In rates on luxuries are
expected to rntso tho rovonuo undor
that schedule from about $27,000,
000 to $00,000,000 In round num.
bors, with nn augmentation of the
nd valorem equivalent from 24.72
por tent under tho oxtstlng law to
33.30 per cont under tho Under
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PL-: "T Jb
Ths fly livts and thrives on thl
tounty of mankind. Ha rapays this
klndntts by bringing daath and dlsesM
Into our nomas. Man should ba tha fly'i
most dangaroua and persistant natural
Flics In the dining room
precede the doctor in the
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1D ROUP WORK
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HILL TO PAY POIl CAUHYIVO
MAIL OVEH HIOIIWAYS.
Sennt Tunis Um Prujxwltloii Dmwi
On tho Theory That It Is Iinpnic-tlnil-j-.Mnuy
Tiling to llo Con
Mdrel tn National LckNIaUoii On
Subject Four Problem.
Scarcely nny public work Is mora
permanent In Its character when once
undertaken than that of highway Im
provement. Whon n road Is onco locat
ed It Is dllllcult to change Its location.
When onco a foundation has been laid
for a permanent highway tho laying of
a cow foundation necessitates recon
struction of tho entire surface
It is thcrcforo Imoortant that before
entering upon n plan of national par i
tldpation In highway construction woi
should adopt a dcflnlto nnd com pre-j
hcnslvo plan based upon anticipation
of needs nnd operations for many years
to come, In order that wo may bo cer
tain tho money expended nnd tho work
dono In one year will co-ordlnato with
tho cxtcndlturcs nnd constructive !
work of tho next year nnd for many
years to come. Cam In planning a sys
tem and methods of procedure may
savo us millions of dollars of waste or
bring vastly greater results than would '
bo attained under nn 111 considered and
In tho last postofTlco appropriation
bill tho houso Inserted n provision, aft.
er tho bill hnd been reported from tho
commlttea and whllo It was under dis
cussion on tho floor of tho house, pro
Tiding tho classification of roads used
for tho carrying of United States mslls
and for tho payment by the govern
ment of an annual sum as rental in
consideration of the fact that tho gov
ernment unes theso highways.
Such payments wcro to bo cither $16,
$20 or $25 n mile, according to tho
character of the rond over which the
malls were trnnportrd.
This provision was rejected by tho
senate for soternl reasons, First. It
did not provide that the federal sp-
lH " tsBBasttVaY
aoYKiuwcvr highway ix co.nnixticut.
1 proprlatlons should bo oxpvmlrd In
Idghwny Imprtnements; second. It is
tnbllshed the iwltcy of obligating the
government to pay to local communi
ties compensation for tlm use of high
woys In conducting tho rural free de
livery service-,, service that Is con
ducted nt n great loss to the govern
ment nnd for the seclal iK-m-Ht of
tho communities served: thin!. It wm
! tho beginning of n system ur com
liensatloii which hud not been cnnful-
ly conslden-d. but which when unco
ndoptwl would certainly gniw tu lm-
i incline proportions.
Itolleilng that the gowrnment slwuld
not enter iimn any policy of par
, , tlclpntlon In highway constmctkiii with
out first giving can-ful attention to
every phase of the subject, the sen
nto rejected this provision and Innrtiil
n substitute, dln-ctliig the appointment
of n Joint coininlttco of the two Iioumi-s
for the study of the entire .iictloti
and the drafting of such leRlslntlon ns
may mii't the approval of the com
mltteo In legislating upon the subject of
nntloual participation In rond luinruv.
ment four different problems mutt bo
nrst-To devise a plan that shall
Insure sn equltnblo distribution of the
Second.-To detcrmlno whether the
money should bo expended In tho con
stmctlon of main nrtcrles for Inter
state commerce or to bo expended upon
local branch lines that will serve mere
, ly as feeders for railroads,
j Thin! -To devlso a plan of coon
I era Ion with the different states Zt
I "' "PW to them and In u"
MJHZTrt PrPOr "eendlturo and
l tnnn! against waste.-Scnator Hm,
In Satunlny Evening vV I Urn
No Good There.
Tlio road drag will do nothing to
Improve tho highway so long nslt n!2
unused at tin. side of tho Vofd ' "
Smoko Eureka Quoon clrar t to
McQann, makor.Advt. ' W
Dr AUCE CHEEVER
Duudy Jim, as ho was called from
the fact that ho was occasionally seen
w curing a boiled shirt, was n very
good man. but bo had very bad luck.
Ho was walking on a trail lu tho
Itocky mountains from a prospecting
tour to Oetivcr nnd was feeling tery
happy because he had dug up somo
quartz that he belle ed to be valuablo
and was going down to tho city to
hsvo it assayed.
Ilosldcs n pocketful of nuggets, Jim
hnd considerable dust nbout him, nnd
he made up his mind that as soon as
he reached the stngo road ho would
look out for a coach and buy a ride.
Hut before he got thcro ho met n man
on nn Iron gray horse, and tbo idea oc
curred to him that ho would buy tho
animal and rldo to Denver.
"Want to sell that critter" bo asked
"What you want to give for lilml"
"Twenty dollars In dust" Jim of
fered that to start n trade, llo
thought tho homo worth thrco or four
times that nmount.
"Oonot" ssld tho man, nimbly leap
ing off the horse.
Jim looked his beast orcr nnd could
not find anything tbo mnttor with him.
to ho mounted nnd continued his Jour
ney. Ho hadn't gono mora than a
nillo beforo bo was surrounded by n
dozen men, each man pointing n re
volver at him nnd calling on him to
"Git off mr horse!" snlil mm nt thn
Well, to mako n long story short, Jim
hnd paid for n stolen horsa Hut It
didn't avail nnythlng for him to tell
how ho cam by It, for ho was not
known to any of tho party, and what
ho sAld was considered ft very thin
story. lie was taken down tho moun
tain to n town where tho owner of tho
horso and tho rest of tho party lived to
bo dealt with. If not according to law,
at least to bo tried beforo Judgo Lynch.
Dandy Jim wns a good looking chnp
nnd not over twonty-tlvo years old. Ho
wns confined In n room In tho houso
of tho owner of tho stolen horse, nnd
n young girl hnnglng up clothes In the
garden saw him standing nt tho win
I dow looking melancholy and hnnd
I somo. Either of these features In a
1 man Is enough to win it girl's heart.
I nnd tho two together nre Irresistible
How this young womnn. who wns
tho niece of tho owner of the house
and was called Mag, made the ac
quaintance of Dandy Jim wns consid
ered n mystery by tho simple ix.oplo
of tho town, though It Is easily ac
counted for on the theory of "love
laughs nt locksmiths." llo this as It
may, sho hnd n conference with him
unknown to any ono and sot her wits
tn work to free htm from his snd con
dltlon Jim wns to bo given n fair
trial Iteforo Judge Lynch tho next
morning, which meant that lie would
lio sivung off by noon.
That night Mag inndo a second theft
of the horso-though sho put him back
lu the stnblo beforo nny ono know of
his having been tnken-and rodo flvo
mites tu tho sheriff of tho county and
In-cued him to Interfere In tho Illegal
trial und hnngluK thnt were to take
plum the next morning. Mag's notl
llcntliui was not oinclnl, nnd tho sher
iff was not disposed to no tho necks
of horso thluves unless compelled to do
so olllclnlly. When Mag failed In this
sho lagged the sheriff to give her an
onler for the ttody of Dandy Jim, nnd
tho sheriff to get rid of her granted her
request. The ofllccr was not nn edu
cated mun and nskod Mng to write
the onler Sho wrote. "Give the Iwdy
of the horse thief to thu lenror." and
he signed his numu us sheriff to It. with
his olllclal sisil.
Mng rod back with her paper nnd
thu next morning knocked nt tho door
of n young man who had recently como i
to town from tlm east nnd hnd hung J
out his shlnglo ns an attorney. Shu
told him that she hnd been to the -
sheriff to nsk him to Interfere, but
hnd failed. All she could get out f
him was nn order for the horse thlors
body that sho might bury It decently
Couldn't the lawyer do something to
savo thu man's life?
Tho young man asked to sou tho or
der for thu horso thief's body, and as
soon as ho had read It ho sat up and
"This Is a hnbeas corpus." ho said.
"A what!" asked Mng.
Hut tho lawyer mado no reply. He
sat down by a table and sprinkled a
lot of Latin words over tbo order, put
In tho horso thief's name which he
got from Mag-and his own name, and
whon lie got through with It It wns
tho most formidable legal document
that had evor been seen In thoso parts.
lie hnd scarcely finished when through
n window Dandy Jim was seen being
led to a sheil near by fortrlnl.
no wns convicted beforo tho Jawyer
could get ready to go to his defense,
nnd tho Judgo was pronouncing sen
tence whon tho former approached tbo
court and said:
"Your honor, I hereby present an
order of habeas corpus In this case
from tho sheriff."
Tho sheriffs name, bncked by his
seal and tho sprinkling of Latin words,
was too much for tho commltteo, and
It surrendered tho prisoner.
Two days Inter tho real thief was
brought In and was swung off In Dandy
This story ends as all ouch stories
should end. with n wedding between
Dandy Jim nnd Msg.
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